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Gov't Report. WEDNESDAY, EEBEUAEY 24, DH. PEPPER'S I . - SjobworkZI Pin LEW CAREFULLY EXECUTcDI -- i I.' i rH Ri L897. Print Shows through 1 NUMBER 38. TO iatw We wish to caution all users of Simmons Elitorials !nt!-- Harrodsbnrg Sayings comrrom the Paris Rcpocter.1 piled by the editors of the Climax lor tHfe edr-- w. XEWLISC5VEJ1Y. TiKTEC FAILS. Liver Kegulaior on a subject of the deepest ification ol its readers. M)pre.rd, CiCtiTe, Minty or painful "Don't forget to order a load of coal interest and importance to their health .f7intunit!on.rKTajeUt7GTrSC,00a sent up right awaU" The General Arbitra Iwl'rt. lnl.rcrat93llK.'eortns. lives. The sole proprietors Jt. perhaps their irnre of if imcfpanii lstlfatlon. uu and makers of Simmons Liver Regulator tion Treaty that is heralded to the world 'Come on to your dinner before everyjvlr. Sn y.r 1km, smiil box St. 1c la ti pUla wnpper. smt Ont reeled leara that customers are often deceived by as the "Crowning glory of the Nineteenth. nam h. I.m.1 $ thing gets cold." f ftanpsfor pr-lr- u - - VP.ilrnmrl lcrd-trt- . ITTOTlVUll. I jying and taking some medicine of a H.IL. AaSOLlATlU., Chlcafu. 111. j'Say, Charlie aiu't you boys up yel?" Centui" and po forth, and bo forth, to n..ar appearance or taste, believing it to haik-wooSold by Richmond Drug Co. and AV "Yes, dear, ten dollars will do, but fifmind t Mmmons Liver Regulator. We warn Jour inexperienced, teen would be better." seems the falsest pretense ever proposed G. White. that unless the word Regulator is on r I gave jou "Wher's that j e package or bottle, that it is not Simmons since Eve faked Adam with the apple. 1 ver Regulator. No one else makes, or Adam, masticated and thus swallowed last week?" erer has made Simmons Liver Regulator, or his immortality ; but if our representa-- j 'But my dearsh, you sh know I bad ' anything called Simmons Liver Regulator, 0TATO W0R a dollar. engashement at th' offis till sho late I fives accept the Trcatv as nine tenths LAND, STOCK AND CROP J IT Zeilin& Co., and no medicine made Only direct line between ! con'nt pnss'bly come 'ny sooner.', I v anvone else is the same. 0We alone can ' finc tl,ev wil1 ue worse fooled than the; governor? CINCINNATI & FRANKFORT. V remaikable story is told by Thomas 'Good gracious, how much money do In a little while the scenes now de pat it up and we cannot be responsible, if first man or the confiding simpleton who Matchless, the premium Hackney sta'-lio- n Shortest and quietest between McNaniara of the strange adventures of you want, anyhow?" o'feer medicines represented as the same do invests $1,000 m a gold brick. nnunccd in Spiiugfiehl will be trausferre'd brought $12,C00 at public auction. a silver dollar and a potato which borr help you as vou are led to expect they "No, I shan't have any young men RicIiniond,Frankfor,GeorgetownSParis to Washington, and then we can hear a W. W. Evans, of I exington, sold to ders on the miraculous. Friday afternoon will Bear this fact well in mind, ifyou have coming to see you until jou are out of Two national hanks in Kentucky, one Kood deal of truth which is just now sup- Allen , ot Boston, tlie iven in the habit of using a medicine which chestnut t olt Dr. says the Lexington Leader, while assort- school." Ask for Tickets !a. Ky. .Midland Schedule s, tou supposed to be Simmons Liver Regula- in Louisville, the other in Xewpoit and pressed. Barrow, by King Nutwood, dam, ol Trains. ing out a lot of potatoes to select the "Oh, p.ipa, make Tom quit calling me all very cleditable to The This is tor, because the name was somewhat like the (Jcrmania Safety Vault & Trust Co., for$l,0C0. frozen from the good ones, he came names." In effect November 10, 1S96. but it is an aful comit and the package did not have the word also of the Falls Citv, hae ''busted" Times-HeralGlen view Belle, who created a Ecnsa-tio- u aeries a pecular looking potato and laid My dear, you will have to look lor Keguiaioronu, you nave Deen imposed I tIjj3 we(jk. What's the matter with the mentary on'RppuDlitan'control."' " " ' A.M. P. M. P. it. upon and have not been when she trotted to a it aside. Shortly after he examined the another' cook, Sumantha's going to ni.ir- Co"-Jon,V, No. 1 No. 3. No. TKAINS EAST. Prosperity Ld.t.on" LVver Regulator at alL The Relator has J record of 2:20J, recently lost twins by article and decided on breaking it open. ry a nigger duke from Derea tomorSelectcd for the Climax. X.V Frankfort. December? --The thing 6 65 4 00 1 00 been favorably known for many years, and j announce-Hlas- t Training for the Witider. Baron Wilkes. 1 10 7 02 4 07 Lv Summit. What was his surprise to find safely in row." a'i who use it know how necessary it is for seems to hang fire. Possibly, the Lv Elkhorn 70S 4 13 1 20 ' X. Y. World.Mr. Webb, of Philadelphia, has pur- the heart of the potato a sound silver 'Now I lay me dow n to sleep." Lv Switzer 7 16 4 21 132. and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipa- - nuunccmentof Klienhans & Sinionson; 727 4 32 1 4S Pi A 'few Meeks ago I was riding along a chased of Turney & Monis, of Paris, dollar with the date 18S5 engraved there 1. i Headache Dyfpepsia, and all disorders niie of "the biggest iinns in l,ouisile "Lemme alone." 733 438 1 58 Lr Dnvall 7 3s 4 43 2 06 Lv Johnson an ng from a Diseased Liver. rouglrroad in Rowan county, Ky., their handsome black team, J. E. It. and on. No one can account for the appearC.-"D that collar button!" - mot liberal adverbbus dim,' and 7 45 4 50 2 15 Ar Georgetown ) We ask vou to look for vrmrvPs ance ol the coin except on the theory when all ol a sudden, at the left of the Cyral C Price $1,450. 7 50 4 55 220 "It's just a lovely ..bargain. It only Ar C. S. Depot ) . that Simmons I.ivrr RmlAtor nhh patroiih, that they will close out UieiN Lv C. S. Depot 7 55 4 56 300 Ben Kenny, who brought out Nancy that the farmer who had done the plant- costs $8 a yard at Odhams, and I want it. Lv Newtown business for gool. may have something road, I heard a very loud explosion of 03 506 v j can readily distinguish by the Red Z 8 320 Lv Centerville 8 IS 5 11 4 05 wrapper, and by our name is the only , to do with the backwaidnetsof the "P. angry vv ords. I thought two men must Hanks, will have in his string Ed Tip- ing had dropped the dollar in a hill and Sonic one may get it before I do " 8 20 5 18 4 10 Lv Elizabeth ficht, ton's good colt Baronade, by Baron the potato had grown around it. be engaged in a ddicne called Simmons Liver Regulator. E." enterprise. 830 5 2S 4 5 "Jonnv. aren't you ashamed to behave Ar Paris 5 aAr Paris Junction and was not a little surprised, oncoming Wilkes, dam Xemonadef by Kentucky J. H. ZEILIN & CO. before company that waj!" A. M. P. M. POl. A. M- Lookir.g Up. "Good-bye.- " near, to behold a tall, broad, shagsy-wlnsker- Prince,' Jr. "Well, I must he goin. Take Gentleman who arc so very a'nxinus to No. 2. No. 4. No.l0 No. 8. TRAINS WEST. The price on tobacco has improved old fellow Etriking-withis "Come now. it's time you young ones Simmons Liver Regulator. enter into an agreement with Great Many farmers in Mercer are losing considerably during trie last mouth. One Lv Pans . C 9 55 5 50 4 35 t 50 10 05 6 00 Lv Elizabeth. Britain not to fight, would do well to ajv 'fists a low scrub oak bush, and accompa their stock hogs. They say it is not hogshead sold List week at $19 50, the were in bed." 10 00 6 04 5 14 "No, you can't have any more cake " Lv Centerville PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. ply themselves to the problems vthat nying each blow with an oath. cholera, that the skins of the affected highest price of the season for '!X hurley 10 17 6 12 530 Lv I ewtown I drew rein aud watched his singular sw ine turn red, as though scalded, and 10 17 6 22 5 45 "Who the dure has carried off my Ar C. S. Depot confront them at home and avert civil 10 36 6 30 Lv C. S. Depot .1- tobacco. Mr. J. T. Gillis, of this county, copy for the Kcporter." conduct for 6ome lime without his being they go blind and die. Woodford Sun. Climax in Lv Georgetown 7 45 6 34 10 40 31ISS MIL'JKElt GOLHEX. war, if happly they may. A very learned sold his crop last week at $2.95, $5.40, Richmond. 7 55 10 S5 6 40 Lv Johnson... of my presence. man once fell into a hole and seriously aware 8 05 6 46 10 51 Lv Duvall . Live stock men throughout the coun- $7.!X), $8 SO, $10.00 and $11.75. He is 8 20 Lv Stamping Ground 10 53 6 53 He would draw back his great maul of "Has anyone seen my hat?" injured himself, because ho attended the Tt0iRAPUER AXD will be interested in the news that well pleased with his sale. D. B. Gaines 7 01 11 OS 8 40 Lr Switzer a (1st and strike the bush a terrific blow, try 7 11 8 55 11 IS Lv ElLhorn produce a received an average of $6.50, and others TYPEWRITER. stars, to the exclusion of the pilfall-- i Odd and Other Wise. 9 05 Lv Summit .. It 22 7 17 leaves fly like chaff before a an experiment in breeding to 11 30 9 15 7 25 about bis feet, while walking abruad at nuking the A Ar Frankfort hornless species of cattlo has proven enT.i hmom. Kentucky. have sold at equally good figures. Anflail. night. The point in this parable is in SUNDAY TP.AINS. W. Goddard, of derson News. tirely successful. Mr W. A western farmer w rote to his lawyer "Now, confound ye," he would yell, XJ"'""" wijwnmg A .R Buntam't. WEST. the application of it. Wice men, patriots Mercer county, is the successful breeder. as follows: "Will jou please tell me Leave Georgetown C. S. depot-Lea10 36 ye got enough of it? Do you nEOUCED RATES TO WAS01NGT0N. see in the conditions prevailing in "have 10 40 Georgetown K. SI. depot where 'ou learned to write. I haeaboy The Elkton Progress about correctly think jou can do with that for a few 11 30 e .1TT02173TS. America the leaven of revolution. Are I wi3h to send to school and I am afraid Arm Frankfort sizes up the situation in the following: EAST. The Chesapeake and Ohio Kailway I may hit upon the same school that you Leave Frankfort they wrong? Pintoeracy answer yes hours? Heigh? Think ye kin?" 4 00 back- "Everybody is going to reduce the size having J) W. MILLER. 4 50 been decided on by the State and scorn the idle Leave Georgetown K. M. depot the false Then he would throw his body 4 55 ward as if being assaulted and pushed of his tobacco crop this year until he Executive Republican Committee as the went to." Arrive Georgetown C. S. depot prophets, as tlicy are pleased to term The Winchester Democrat tells of a Attor pretty sharply. He would "duck hN goes to betting out the plants, and then official line to carry the Kentucky delethem. Others guided Dy reason and the CD. BEQCAW, Gen. Pa. Agt., man in that county who, when asked if Kentucky. Ri hmond, be;ng smitten by a heavy the upual number of acres are reported," gation to Frankfort, Ky. the inauguration, arrangements he thought the fruit wns killed, replied: jan27-l- y love of humanity dissent from the view head" as if Hr so the Burnara Building, next door to Milt A bner sold at Fanners and Ship- are being made by the company to hanot blinded avarice. The spectei of three hand. He would fall to his knees, then cb3-- l y s ational Bank. f t inner rise, with affected difficulty, and assault pers warehouse, Cincinnati, last week, dle the entire delegation with the sime 'I am a candidate and can't afford to and a half million unwilling and again with a fury and fotce John C- - Clay's crop of 12 hhds of tobac- coinfotts and luxuries as are offered on have an opinion about an thing." c. F. BUEVAM. idlers haunts their footsteps; the bush The Stanford Journal says that as an . S. UOI1ECLEY. that would send the loaves flying likea co at an average of $S 50; also a crop of all regular C- - & O. vestibuled trains. the wail of .starvation in a laud of plenty evidence that the spring lisliiug season ;.s MOBERLEY. nURUAM t.f startled birds. Finally he 7 hhds for J. Miller Ward, and crop of In order to facilitate matters and to at hand in Lincoln county, a Stanford avails their ears. Something must be i. halted for a spell, looked about and saw 15 hhds fur J. Harry HolL Paris ATTOENirrS-AT-l.Aform a correct estimate of the number clergyraau preached Sunday morning on done far our own people or dead hope in Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers going, you arc requested to send in your RICHMOND, - - - KnXTOCKY. the breast of man will work out its own me. night on With a loud, coarse laugh bent once Kentucky name for sleeping car space as early as "Peter as a fisherman," and at left Ed. A. Tipton and Middlemen by buying di- - , Building, recently occu-- f awful enda. A gre.it Arong exists and left ".Modern Annaniases." Ofit-- tn Burmm thebnsh and came towards me. 0 last Monday for Anaconda, Mont., and possible. A round trip rate of one fare ed bj A R. Burnam. red from the manufacturer. must be righted or society will be the "Mister," he said, as he walked up and immediately upon his arrival took charge ($14.55 from Lexington, Winchester and snflcier. Thousands are rebelling RELIGIOUS. ST7XjZj-""v"--2- Sr. ragged hand on my horse'.s of the affairs of the Montana Racing Cir- Mt Steiling) and correspondingly low against the chastisement of scorpions and laid a big, guess you think I'm crazv, don't cuit, During Mr. Tipton's absence in rates from all central Kentucky points neck, "I in their heart are e.xclaimin in bitterWilli mson. The friends of Eld. ('. the Northw est, his able assistant, Frank has been made for the occasion ness with the Ten Tribes of old, "What ye?" w, A ttorney-at-L- a "Oh, no." Keiiney, an old C. H. lniy, will look 2nd P. Williamson will be pleased to learn Tickets will be on sale March 1st, IKirtion hae we in I)aid? and we have is rapidly recovering from his rti I.Ii HMfiND, - - KENTUCKY. "Then je think I'm a natcral born, after his interest and 3rd, good to return March 4th, 5th, that he none inheritance in the son of .I eoso:ecr cent severe illness, and will.soon be able , e .ver Tailor's Hardware store, op-- j. dodgasted fool?" : aud now, At a meeting of the hemp growers of Gth, 7th and Sth. Two limited vestiman to your tents, O on Main Street. his pastoral duties. Seeml 'onrt "Oh, no." Fayette and adjoining counties, held at buled trains each way daily, leaving to resume David, see tti thine own house.'' No better vheel made than the "Wal, I don't see how ye cud hep Lexington, Major P. P. Johnson was se- Lexington 11:25 a. in. and S:S5 p. in., ar- years ago he held a very successful mee:-ingYes. let iii look to our ow n house and II It the Cluistiau church here, and tl.inkin one or t'other Uut I'll 'splain lected as the hempgrowers' riving at Washington at 6:50 a. in. and not be using a telescope to sight war many who reniembtr wit A TTORXEV AT LAW. thing. Next week 1'mtergit mar AVashitigton and work for 3 10 p. m. next day. From three to live theie are with England, Milfoil will never come, the pleasure his stay among us. He is no' AVidder Hawkins Kentucky. solely bei-i'iIt. desired legislation. He will back up the hours quicker than via Cincinnati. she is afraid to fight us ried next week lo the Ncwu. men and, while efforts of Messrs. Combs, Morgan nod Built in our own factory by beauty the C. & O. has no located at Atlanta, Ga. Anderson For and tmt by .reason of any loe or good She's bin mairied to six she's the best worker ill the county, she McCrea'y, woiking especially with the equal East of the Boiky Mountains. 0 i lit- - N.. U First St tip stairs. skilled workmen, using the best will she bearn us. A war between EngIhat railways appreciate the value of aH her men so often and bo material and the most improved Geokge "W. Bvnxr.v, Democratic members of the Wavs and land and the United States .would incvit-abl- v whipped employes is evidenced by the i.LW'T H LILLY, to leave her. Now, machinery. Wo hare no agents Division Passenger Agent, Meins Committee. result in the dismemberment of the hard that they had fact that the Chicago & Northw thp best fighter in I've been regarded Sold direct from factory to the LAW, A TTORXEY-A- T Ky. Lexington, J. J. McGinnis, auctioneer, reports British Empire, so have no fears on that has offered to build a fine nev lild-iu- g the county, hut Vm gittiu a leetle old that he sold a number of horses Monday rider, fully warranted. Shipped Kentucky. tcore. O ye I. ii mono, for Young Men's Christian Association got to limber anywhere for examination. The lmisville Times of Saturday conat $30, to $75, single mules at $25 to $05, It is at home that we and somewhat stiff I've purpose, furnishing 15,000, if their emWRITE FOR up, vou tee. I don't think she'll have pairs $100 lo $115, cows $17 to $25, and tained a splended picture of Col. V. P. i !1. v W. corner Mam and Second must lojfc for a casus belli and not any show m' in a fight w ith me, but I'm ployes will furnish the balance necessaJohnson. Chairman Democratic State one bunch of scrub steers at SI. 87 up btairs. AVil! jiractice in all abroad, for millions are cnquiiing, k a leetle too sharp to take an chances Anderson it Spihnau bought of J. C Central Committee, with the following ry, $3,000. The temptation that bestt . .lrt-- . f Madi-a- n and aij'iiing "What iortion t we in America?" Acme Cycfb Co., Elkhart, Ind. vvhipppd the Caldwell aud others, two hundred and terte aud pointed letter on the question railroaders, their roving dispostions, na- , i aud Court of Appeals. 'i an27-jTieaty before wiilr er woman that's Sot the turally tend toJdvarf their better nature-Ktullin' otiten six husbau's,so I'm gittin' thirty-fiv- e acres of the coming wheat of Democratic harmony: the four winds of heaven! The devil myself and officials recognize the need of gool Jfc n. M. CnBNAULT. in 'rim to uieet the worst. Itfde crop at sixty-tw- o J LnLiNGTO.v, Ky., Feb. 12. and Juilf cents. They take it all! But, beware, and "see to morals in order to conduct their rotds ai on, stranger, ef yer in a hurry, aud I'll also bought at Georgetown fifteen car Editor Time, Louisville, Ky.: thine own house" A TTORXEYS AT LAW, go nack an' tackle the bush a few more loads of corn $1.17 to $1.50 per barrel, deMy Dear Sir The circular letter I sent well as good stock. Kentucky. Rti IIMiiND, falls." livered at the Danville depot. Danville out recently indicated a liberal policy It is wonderful iudeed how much It is a pitiable confession of party im When I was two hundred yards away Advocats. and places the responsibility for wise Without a single exception, there a man elected to office attaches Chen-- a becihty and corruption w hfoljthu.Chi-cag- o iffir-- . on Second street, over him y el I, "Now; dod bu.--t and prudent action in local politics on lo to himself and how much irreater he is is beyond doubt no greater or more Tiniea-Heral- d lit s rKery. writes out :igainl the ye, vc think that willdoferto day?" THE DEMOCRATIC WAVE. cal committees where it belongs. considered by the men who elected hiru popular newspaper in the United Republicau administration of Illinois, It was intended to relievo the situa- Office eet'ming to be the great object cf Atlant-CREEN CLAY, Constitution States than the Cincinnati Enquirer; says the No wave of the ocean is so fierce but tion of its embarrassment, and give even-vote- r LITER All T NOTES. existence, those who attain it at ones J that there is another wavebij; enough to During the Presidential campaignno W. .4 TTORXEY-AT-L- A an opportunity to choose between begin to regard themselves as superior or a more successful publisher than in the country took stronger roll it back from its course. the rnnsinn.vr s isoutixe. Democracy and Republicanism. What- beings and there area great many foci its proprietor, Mr. John R. McLean. Kentucky. piper 7i inumd, ground for the triumph of McKinlejistn Hanison has written of The tides of Democracy which swept ever our party differences have been. e prices for the Daily The people in the world who look upon then It was thandnlThe Tiuies-IIeral"A Day With the President at His Desk" this country in 18S4 and 1892, were hi Democrats prefer standing together ( IWtinns solieirod. as Mich, when really they are servants. Enquirer have been maintained, and In up and down the land that pros- for the March Ladies'vlIoino Journal. their turn rolled back again by still against the Itepublican party. most cenciallv of an inferior order.-- - its circulation largely increased each perity and pine government were wrap- The article is said to be singularly inter-c-tin- g greater tides. I simply debire to see the fullest op- Stanford Journal. year; hard times and cheaper jour Already a gathering btorm of Democped up in the victory of the Republicans. in the detail witli. whichiit deportunity given every Deinecrat to think nals failing to arrest its onward march Vile words wire spoken of Governor scribes the w"e1irisoine routine of the racy is starting the billons on the course and' act for himself. Uniform action Tho statistics of crime for 1896 show Altgeld, joined in by a ceitain class of Piesident.""V If ib said that General Har of the next storm, which w ill sweep aside PR H. R. GIBSON, on that 10G52 murders were comuiited dm and high appreciation of the public can not be expected in all localities hitherto Democratic papers. rison, in this article, has delivered him- the McKinley typhoon that was the last local questions. Diversity of judgement injt the p.ist year, and that were 122 leg.il for its true worth and merit. PHY.ilClAXAXD SURGEOX, And now what is the rcbtilt? The self with great directness and vigor, rela- conqueror. fs proof of honesty and independence. The Weekly Enquirer at beginning executions and 131 lynching durin; Kentucky. Tinics-lleralFoolish predictions of "prosperity" PitHMAi). in an tditciial appeal to tive to the annoyances that are visited The delegates to the State Convention that period. With the number of min- of the campaign year was offered at the corporations of Illinois declared that: upon a Chief Executive by persistent have resulted in bank failures, increased which will meet within the next bix ders so great and the legal executions s 50 cents a year, and its circulation deprefiMOii even general The Geneial Assemblv of Illinois now s, and he suggests a unique stagnation, o ,a the Joe Cclinstmrldinc iS and ao Scc-omonths, will harmonize these differences few, that is little wonder that the moD has been organized with a in increased by the addition of over 37- suicide and were the election held according to Democratic principles, for Street over Wnue cld drugstore spirit is abroad in tBe laml. Give us pliant speaker of the notiseof Hepresen plan, by which the President's burdens again new subscribers; the most the lesult would be the Democratic success. I do not think it tatives on lines dictated bv a corrupt in that direction could be greatlv light more hemn and there will be feer 200,000 CUAS. HOOKER, substantial and coveted testimonial a with n manifest purpose to put ened, and he be cna'ded to devote more reverse of what it was. machine best to touch further on the situation homicides. every corporation in the State under attention to more important milters. A However it 13 childish to deal in ivhat I ETERIXARY SURGEON, publisher could desire. at this time for publication. I am respecttribute. feature of the article that will have a might have been, and the great curren- fully, Several prominent Kentucky distiller Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. P.'P Johskon, When asked for the secret of such This is a pretty "picture drawn of Re timely interest to those ambitious to cy discussion must give place to lier Chairman Democratic State Central and met in Louisville Thursday and discus success, Mr. McLean frankly answers : Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. publican rule, which was to bhew up in serve the country under the incoming issues, and the great Democratic pulse in ed plans for effecting a combine. among The Enquirer has no opinions to force Executive Committees. up stairs over New 1 ork btere, corner contract to that of the Democrats under Administration, describes very fullv how every State will soon show a stronger all tho distillers of the State, for the pui 46- Ma 3 and First streets. Richmond Governor Altgeld. But it is in the nest the President makes appointments to beat. On Saturday last at Lexington Daugh- pose of controlling tho out-pand price upon its patrons, it simply prints the dis office "A day With the President at4 Evcrv State, every county, every city, ters of the American Revolntian organ- of Kentucky whiskies. paragraph that The Times-Heral- d facts and tells the truth that the reader C. M. Bl closes the necessity which impels a Re His Desk" is unique In being the first will contribute separately and collect- ized thi Bryant Station Chapter D. A. may form his own opinions. By Medicine and Surjrery. The electoral vote w.w counted in maintaining the price of the paper, publican Legislature to impose tribute, time that the daily life of the President ively these good results to a national II. Thjs is Lexington's second chapter. Ofhce Collins Buildinc, Main Street. in Older to pay the debts contracted in has been described by one who has filled cause. While the inference is that it was done Congress, recently and resulted Telephone at residence (the Carr place) on more news and greater variety can be purchasing enough votes to carry the the exalted office. Articles upon the on account of too great numbers of the follows: Side issues will go. Broadway. furnished, and every class of business 271 ; Bry.tr. -Kentucky State last November. The corporations social and domestic life of the President For President, McKinley, Richmoxd, Lost causes will disappear from the mother chanter or some like cause, it has lent, Ilobart, 271 : interests catered to, which a cheapei "politics" was at 17G. For Yice-I'reare notified: been intimated that bv General Han isonvjlLollow in suc "political horizon. journal cannot afford. Twelve "daughters" Sewall, 149; Watson, 27. It vour chnrter.needs amendment you cessive issues of the Journal. DR. O. A. KENNEDY, Ancient history may be recorded, but the foundation. are expected to pay for it. H yon need The very liberal support given the it no longer furnishes us with precepts can constitute a chapter. Every chapter PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Hog cholera still prevails in the nortlt-er-n anew charter vou are expected to nav Miss Sidney Lewis, of Georgetown, has and rules. is entitled to a vote in nil State and Enquirer by the public at large, makes j Kentucky. for it. If you wish to be let alone you Richmond, p.rt of Shelby county, and tile been chosen sponsor for the Kentucky Democracy must rise on the billows a National elections. A lady of Lexington are expected to pay tor it. it incumbent upon the management of the United States Confeder- grander nobler cause, and, sweeping is u candidate for State Regent. There losses in some instances have been very Division For what purpose? Office in Smith Building, No 304 Main Street, np to serve it faithfully with zeal and enheavy. stairs. Office hours 11 to 1 ana 4 1050 clock. The money so paid will go in part to ate Veterans' Association to meet at over the treacherous sands, blot out the are several other candidates from Louis Missl footprints of the past. the associated lobbyists, popularly known Nashville, Tenn., June ville and Covington. Iris said that Two dogs killed $150 worth of Bheep terprise in minor matters as well as as the machine, in part for the corrup- Lewis is the daughter of Dr. John A. those of greater magnitude. DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, county friends of the fair Lnxington candidate for Mock brothers, cf Boyle county. It is this Democracy tion of the primary and other elections Lewis, a gallant officer in the Confederorganized tho new chapter may have must foster now. Kentucky in the interests of "that organijition, and Richmond. in part to Hue the pockets of individual ate Army and now Surgeon General of Torn and lent, the battle chieftains paitly for its vote. Among tho memthe Kentucky Division of the . United must turn good Samaritans and bind up bers of the newly organized chapter are boodlers. Telephone at office and residence. V- In all the charges which an unscrupu- - Veterans. her wounds The Argonaut baa preached Mrs. Campbell Scott, Mrs Nannie Fitz p.riv.ate. XMnuuuixn this 'harmony, and it sees its fondest huh Maclean, Mrs. Harbison, of W. EVANS, M. D., G. Mr. Hcrndon, Georgetown; hopes coining l,to pass, not with the strong and hurley presence of force, but Miss Kate Desha Lucas, Dr. McClure. Others are transferred members from the PllYSICIAX AXD SUKGEOX, by the placid smile of convalescence. Efforts in party lines have not con- Lexington chapter. Kentucky. Richmond, tributed to tlifaso much as mismanageTho "New York World sums it up os No one but yourselves know of the ment aud scandal within the epublieui follows: DR. T. J. TAYLOR, 'The most sumptuous, brill-- 1 Buffering you. 50 through. Why do party in Kentucky. The Style, Fit anJ Wear Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, you sufferr It isn't necessary. Don't iantand costly social function that ew Improved f cr coil! J not be Imbecility at first brought only conlose your health and beauty, (for the Double the Price. Kentucky York has ever known was the fancy Richmond loss of one is speedily followed by the tempt; but the repeated neglect of our dress ball given by Mrs. Bradley Martin toss ot the otner.j uon t tccl " weas State alhiirs, coupled with the unworthi-nes- s Office and residence on Tlilriistrwt. $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes arc the V. L. Douglas About S00 people were and " worn out." Impure blood u at - at the Waldorf. the best ma jjroductions of skilled workmen, from of State officers, has wrought a fc erthe bottom of all your trouble. there, of whom more than 450 were terial possioie to pur tnto snoes soia zx wese pruts. ish mdignntiom, and looking alter a ST7T.CSST. DENIAL We mate also $i50 and $225 shoes for men, and women Ttie uaii piaceu aixmijw,uyu common good with great unanimity, the tee W. $20, $2,00 and 51.75 for boys, andsuitable fcr in circulation. Tho ball began at midDemocratic party is determined to take Douglas $30 Police sho;, very night and ended at 5 o'clock. Therefore DR. A. WILKES SMITH, policemen and others having control of its State affalrH. its pleasure cost at the rate $100,000 an will purify, your blood and bring jl much wauung to do. For this reason, Fayette county Demo DENTAL SURGEON, hour- - The cost to tho hostess was about tnenioomot neanuuacis. imuyuui Mfv7timk to car crats will contributo thcirassisiancc, and miun. We are coostiatly aildinp: new styles no rea.aca doiuc contains a Kentucky cneeus. Richmond, QUART DOTTLES. 125,000. There was a vast deal of disla already larso variety, aud there I auart. from a standpoint of so high a character son Why vou cannot lie suited, so Insist on play, very little originality, much stiffJlercliants, Lenecrrhca. nartru; V. U Douglas Shoes from jour T, .. ratnfulaad Saprewed Memes, Irrejnarttr.. .11 r.A vit fln Hraetit and care in . ....... the "whip and ecoriTof timo"'must stand Hankers, inr-i- Ornci Smith buildincr, Main .Street. OSicc dealer. little fun." rness and formality und-ver- y lawyers, bccrt.cccoto n M i:oot0 4 f. M aside. JOHNSTON'S SARSAPAIULLA. It!)real panacea for headache, palm l'hvslcians "Wonso only the best Calf. Itcwli Calf, Prience limited to dentutrr. (all colors), Kronen Tatent Calf, and all From' the ashes of the late contest, Primary election to nominate candieconomical French Knatnel, Tlci Kid, etc. ihortneis ot breath, bnoroal dleharjHrlth polntal menstruation, ecahaoe of oriM, Phoenix-likDernocrasy rises again to dates for countv officers in Montgomwrv "J. A. Yates. men went C. Mohqax. graded to corresponu witn prices J. iwelUnc of feet. oWs of the breawiU neuralgia, nterlw. dUptacement o. of tbs 8ho!$. W. L. Douglas iTrontcrn. which makotha areraeo wem3?' life 10 bukmWo. W hart, dominate this free country. county has been called for Priday, they Shoes because MORGAN & YATES, health information. Yo vrant U Hafrjj t are the best. If dealer cannot supply yon, Let us felicitate each other as brothers March SCtb the same day on which the writo WILLIAMS,',- DAVIS, D1100K5 & CO.. DetroH. Mtch. DENTISTS, For sale by ,,. ' ' ' n m afnnited famify, and overlook the fact Wcodford primary is to be hkU. fll W. LDOUGLAS, Brocktea, Mats. f Kentucky. T) R CHMOND, Ute Urn WB.,c 3S CATALOG rE FBKE. that wc all. thpueht it was our or that ,1 v-'a was eored. LexinBlbn4lArcdDa4iti!"Feb- - jTota Bowling, the celebjifttad ce Office Main Street, OTer4Iadisoa Jfatiojial Trw.rv..TtfeU";a Jfc& . by d. vd" horse, died in Lexington, afledjZfV fjbl0-5i, flanl?. . Anglo-American ds rt Ions opposition brought up against Governor Altgeld it was never once insinuated that he was dishonest. His personal integrity and the rectitude of his career forbade that. Jt was only by sneers and inuendoes-ttia- t these men dared assail him. And now theman in whose interest all tins V as dotie stands in the eyes of the world branded as corrupt, aud the leading or,an of his own party makes the appeal : W'ny not make a lorn: pull, a 6trong pull and a pull altogether to banish 1koIIo from the hills of legislation, speaker or no speaker, governor or no Highest of all in Leavening Strength. E x vg&&zm ABSCSMJ'E'ELIf 0Wflvi EJR " .f'A WJ TOSSY PILLS F, G. Co.'s Corsets, We Send it FREE! MAKE American Beauties r.cxvs GORREGV Young and Old. Rejoice with us j l9 - SHAPES. ARTISTIC in the Discovery. When a man has 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 cure, why not possess the moral courage to stop his downward course. We will send you by mail, ABSOLUTELY FRBK, in plain package, the rful B m Kentucky Midland R'y EFFEGTS. 1)15. Mo-dor- ssmttti OutActxBax. All a legal antee to permanentlv cure LOST TABLKTS. with HOOD, SKLK-AKUS- linmiA.VS VITAL guarMAN- A ii Lengths. NESS. XI0IIT drains. Returns to former appearances emaciated organs. No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe deception. If we conld not enre, we would not send our medicine FREE to try, and pay when satisfied. Write as this may not appear again. Addreaa to-da- ShXUAL WEAK VARICOCELE, STOPS forever EMISSIONS and all unnatural al er w Ii I NEWEST MODELS. FANCY ahd J. Western Medicine Company, UCOKPORHEB. ' Kalamazoo, Mich. rough-and-tumb- ed FREE EDUCATION. An education at Harvard, Yale, or anv other college or institution y of learning in the United States, or in the New England Conserva- ton-o- f Music, can be by v any young man or woman who is in earnest. Write for particulars t. V quicklv. JAMES D. BALL, h PLAIN. FEATHERBONE CORSET Cb. SOLE MANUFACTURERS. SOLD 3Y W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. febl0-- 36BronifieldSt.,B.ton,Mass. v ve tIEO. W. KILBY Of Shelbyville, !!, N, I, drf-amer- to t-Law, Yoa Get cey Kcu-tuckiai- the Profits Ky., Kecommends Time Table No. 27, Taking Effect SunWricht's Celerv Capsules. day, November S, 1S96. Shelbyville, Kv., fav 20, '9G. To 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. Wright Medical Co., Col., O : Gents I have purchased a box of EAST BOUND. No. 1. No. 3. N0.0. I No. 1 Ex SanlCx Sua Ex SunlExSaa Wricht's Celery Capsules from G. L. Middelton, druggist, and used them for A. M. A. M. 6 40 5S Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti- Versatile .o25 Nicholas ville. 11 In IO S3 1 35 pation and found that thev cave me im- Valley View lO JJ 7JS is mediate relief every time. 1 think it an Million 8 ta XI 30 45 r. m. excellent remedv. 8 30 Richmond 13 l5 1330pm Yours very truly, Unioo.w 13 JO II 30 Moberljr -1 1 S 9 Geo. W. Rilev. 37 BrassfieM la ,50 1 I B, B, I PanoIa trTine. u 1 42 tU 3 iS 3 e ' Tio. 3. No. 4. No. 3. I No.io WESTBOUND Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Son Ex San J. lnrine I r h. 1 1 03 U 35?C'lf all Ijl t- lliu', PanoU.. Brass field Moberl- rlr"'rtw Richmond Million M Valley View Nicholasvitle. Versailles 3o 55 CO r.u. 4 3 40 A. M. 2 6 05 6 so 6 jS 7 55 34 3 .... 3 sT a 35 il sS 4 40 5 10 3 5 . 3 co 5 57 6 3 5 40 3 45 4 4 530 lo SX at A.M. r. m. 1 se ie mcyae George Thorpe, Cecond Street, between Main and J Water, rear of Dillingham buildinp, Richmond, Ky. Keady to do all kinds of blacksmithinjj promptly in the best workmanlike manner. HOW S-- Trains between Louisville and VersaiHes doily. Trains between Cincinnati and Nicheiasvdf daily. All trains connect with Southern Railway to and from Louisville, and with the C. N. O. & T. P. to and from Cincinnati You can spend five hours in LouisviMe, abewt Hi hours in Cincinnati or la hours in Lexfnten and return to Richmond at 830 p. m. 31-0- 7 r-- a' -ail-way TO FIND OUT. Anglo-religio-fem- i. hie an Our interesting Offer m Anclo-Anieric- r John R. McLean's Great Newspaper. --- nt old-tim- d. el fet5:c:asc. office-seeker- Fill a bottle or common water glass 'villi urine and let stand twenty-fou- r hours; a sediment or settling indicates a diseased conditio-- ! of the kidneys. When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney trouble. Too fre quent desire to urinate or pain m the lack, is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order. "WSAT TO DO. is comfort in the knowledge There so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Snamp-Roo- t, the great kidney remedy 11 fil Is every wish in reliewng pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder aud every part of the urinary passages. It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it, or had effects following nse of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant nccessity of being compelled to get up many times dnrng the night to urinate. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Kois soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of tho most distressing cases. If yon need a medicine you should havo the best. Sold by druggists, price fifty cents and one dollar. For a sample bottle nnd pamphlet, both sent free by mail, mention the Ci.iiiA.x, and send your full e address to Dr. Kilmer it Co.. Iiinghampton, N. Y. The proprietors of this paper guarantee the" genuineness of this offer. 1 ot post-offic- l. a. i.v. m. & :n. r. r. 7.S3 K. (J. DIVISION. In Effect March 1, 1S06. cheater and Express for Cincinnati, arv Paris, Mavsville, Win- - p. m. mail. Cincinnati. Pari", Mays-- r. ji. ville. Winch ester and 2.05 Lexington mail. Livingston, London, Jel- 1.10 lico, Pineville. Fast line for Livingston, 11.43 London.Jellico.Knoxville A. Ji. Fast line for Cincinnati, 3 10 Paris. Winchester. p m. Rowland, Lancaster and 1.25 Manfortl. 6.25 Lexington 1.06 1255 a. ji. 3 10 p. ji. 11.43 a. ji 10:10 WEAK EVJEH MhQl VISOROUS. t KuIIIbk aXcraorx. TVi4tlu3: Sla-eaami all tfeclM of tetf sbui or txorssrs on--l iiulicrrtUm. Wards oa Insanity nnd connmtiTt. on Don't let drctTKlst Impose a von hecan. It ytcIUs a crrnter prntlt. lxtlt on JKEllVIGOrt. or send frr FrcpoJd plila rr Csji t carried la Test pocket. per box. or O lor t.". wita .V Po.lt p". rltteti Oaarnatce to Cnre nrlCefuml I1 M nTT. Pamphlet tree, bold by flnLfalsts. ArtT-.3e1)IOAX. JLSs'N, Chlcaeo, III. o V lom0W. Z72Ai. l04Y. Wtat PEFFER'S NERVdOOR Did! It seta rowerfully and quickly. Cures wMn nil others fall. Toting men rejsla lost mnboo.1. oil menrocoTcryouihful vltor. AtsoIutelTuQr-nntec- U to Cnre Nf rroumeiii. XwtsC Itnlltj. !2htlyITmlBloos. Zmintiicy, cltltrr bcx. Iatl'owrr, 4, tl i Sold by Richmond Drng Co. and W. G. White. I . ut n. JASPER, 5. a ---- si ... 22-2- 4. Fa-ctt- o Wallace.... & Rice Parley Have removed to the House, . ' Shel-byvill- e; A Word Suffering Women. m rl fc their old stand, where they will welcome all of their Old Customers nnd as many new ones as will take advantage of the.reduccd 'Sv' price they are (tw3 making- all 4 through their Or.o door above - n rtf:& Ife3' SsS lino G&fi ' CONSISTING OF g J ', !' j J- Hl - 4fcYA' V xK c fe msmm, letter-carrier- s, Mmstons $arsaparil!a m1t .- w ht Boots o! all description, Hats Caps t im &B& Mw -- fP?SI 1K Shirts, Neckwear, Underwear, Collars, Culfs, SBS Umbrellas, Rubbers of all kinds. 13 f$Wv tip .. - Call antl soo them at their now place, ipK1 one oor nbove their old stand at the FarToy House. SL ? r v Don't Miss The Place. &g J e ... jftBjjjl I Freeman Brothers, Richmond, Iy. n&u tam . ol" : - "- - ' Llt 'S v: - Sfc If n.r - :iiLi ii i i ? it- -K f .1- ftw '7 -- lJk - iir V. - -- . s o ?', M Wallace & Rice. M 101 w riwrw wt.wzw & M U ., Farley OMSUad, Main Street. akhsaocd.Ky. : rti ii-- M - fA JI L' -- f r 1 - jr i " i'-r- --, Ji I I - o - . r THE CLIMAX. The Climax Printing ia"un Nebraska has a Dirk Tate Treasurer election by Republicans from the Presiof her own but ho is a Republican and dential candidate down to the humblest is $500,000 short, and the ex-- uditor, also private. Prosperity was to follow immertJBUSHKD EVEKY WCDNESDAT BY Republican, is $27,000 behind in his ac- diately upon McKinley'8 election. Three counts. Tnrn the rascals out. months have passed. Where is that Co. prosperity? (and where is that "ProsHon. W. J. Bryan spoke on Saturday perity Edition?". to 1.500 people nt Sedalia, Mo , enrouto The difference between the results of i Pnprichuimnd Baton. to Jefferson City upon invitation to ad- Democratic and Republican triumph is a E. WOODS, Associate Editor. dress the Legislature. He said ho was significant, Republican triumph would people out; to see PRICE PER YEAR, $1.50. purposed ''mills so many the mints" that bring about no change in the financial since the had and not would requiro no legislation $1.25 been opened he had not expected to see system, and IN ADVANCE, to make it effective. It simply meant, 60 many people idle. in the language of the St. Louis platform, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 24, 1897. a maintenance of the existinggold standItcTRAYED Justice weeps over the muard." Democratic triumph, on the nicipal corruption which lias brought ADV3ETXSXHG BATES. other hand, would have meant a change shame to Louisville nnder Republican in the financial system, legislation and H H O O 2 a rr n x rule. The Courier-Journa- l, and the policies. This is the reason why the "I o "" " Times, and the Post assisted these cor moral effect of Republican success ought K ? e S S S I 2 SPACE. ruptionisU into power. They were aim to hae bfen observed within a week T r ? I ing to "maintain the existing gold stand- after the election as clearly as in six : : : r : ard " They only witness harder times, months. : : a Republican rottenness, and a divided I Inch ( i oof i $45oJ 7ce f xi 00 Inches, i 75 a 50 3 50 7 00 11 00 17 SO Democracy. s 50 3 50 5 1000 1500 33 33 3 Inches, 4 Inches. 300 400 6 00 xa on 19 00 38 7J The Jacksou Huntler, whose editor, T. 5 Inches. 3.50 s 00 jjo 1500 .300 34 So 40 X "ol 400 600 9001800170c 60 00 M. Morrow, was once associcte editor of Mr. R. L. Gentry has been confined 00 6 00 J4 Col 9 00 13 00 7 00 40 00 So 00 the Climax, is publishing its list of deto his bed several days with grippe. 800 13 00 1775 34 5 5 J.iCol 3 Co! 10 00 1500 33 $o 41 oft 60 00 :oo 00 linquent subscribers, and heedless of our Mr. Cabell II. Chenault attended notices 10 cents a line for first In- warning to look out ior breakers the the OB"Readin at Cov5 cents a line for each additional insertion' sertion, Obituaries. reolutions of ropeet and sinilar mat Hustler last w eek added tnis to its cour- ington. ter at half rates. No specified position. ageous expose : Miss Sue McRoberts, of Danville, 'The Richmond Climax regards it as a was the guest last week of Miss ANNOUNCEMENT- CANDIDATES dangerous thing to publish a delinquent A .S the kindest and best of friendu in Mrs. Jackson, and withal a talented, christian lady. Tho Climax 'hopes soon to print some articles from her facile pen. 'Plenso put, my name on your subscription list, finding money order enclosed All of us here are glad to get all tho news wo can from home, and especially are wo interested in tho doings of Madison's metropolitan society; wo know C E. Woods will tell us of it as interestingly as oyer" thus writes Mr. Frank W. II. Clay, 1335 15th strcot, Washington. D. C Mrs. C. B. Gibson, who is none t health. With pure, rioh, healthy blood, the stomach and digestive organs will be vigorous, and there will bo no dyspepsia. Rheumatism and Neuralgia will be unknown. Scrofula and Bait Rheum w ill disappear. With pure 2100& means sound Pure ;!SADDLERY.:: Amri-iX1 i rl The wn.F mSsm&Sltfff m irtflrtl mi tt j-r rir.MTa t-- i. ffm r "- --- ' - - - - - - .yim-w- - i an 1 m AHH 2 LAJ 5c.is PERSONAL. ng n d subscription list. Where the danger Mrs. Edna Yates visited her CIKCUIT JUDGK. comes in we tail to see. Anyone who T. J. Scott is a candidate for re- will attempt to beat his local paper out daughter. Mrs. R. A. McKoe.atLaw-rencebtirlast week. election to the office of Circuit Judge of subscription is too infernal cowardly in this (the 25th) Judicial District, and measly to raise a Miss Bradford, of Augusta, who disturbance with subject to the action of the Demothe paper for publishing him for hu has been visiting Miss Minnie Wacratic paaty. gers, returned home meanness." commonwealth's attorney. Mi&s Ethel Heacoek, of Lexington, Postmasters at every one of forty-foBen. A. Crutcher directs the an- postofCces where country free delivery is visiting her sister, Mrs. Elmer nouncement of himself as a candiDeatherage, on North street. to the ofttce of has been tried favor the plan. The reports date for Mrs. Mary D. Moore, of Mt. Vernon , Commonwealth's Attorney in this are all iu, and the importantdatagather (the 25th) Judicial District, subject ed will be transmitted by Postmaster Mo., enroute home from Irvine, was to the action of the Democratic General Wilson iu a 'special report to the guest of Mrs. Claude Smith Wedparti. Congress, probably early next week. nesday. Mr. J. J. Shepherd, of Estill county, The obstacle is the tremendous cost in KOR jrJDQE MADISON COUNTY COURT. vohed. When the experiment was first was a pleasant caller at this office I herebv announce myself a candi- contemplated it was roughly estimated Friday ,Jand before leaving subscribed Coundate for Judge of the Madison of the that rural free delivery to cover the for the Climax. ty Court, subject to the action Democratic party. whole country would involve an annual Mrs. Chas. Oldham mother of Mr. P. H. Sullivan. expenditure of over $20,000,000, but ex- W. D. Oldham, who has been with perience already shows that $40,000,000 her sons, Charles and Abner, at Mt. FOU JAILER. is a conservative figure. The average cost Sterling, returned to Richmond for James C. Lackey is a candidate for per letter is fixed at a little over 3 cents n short visit. Jailer of Madison county, subject to the in these rural deliveries. Mr. Howe O. Cecil, of Harrods-buraction of the Democratic parly. came over last Wednesday for Jailor IIox. John D. Carroll, of New Castle, A. T. Fish is a candidate of Madison county, subject to the of the Democratic State night and spent a few days with colaction of the Democratic party. Central Committee, and a candidate for lege and town friends in Richmond. to announce P. the Democratic nomination for Congress Mrs. Lee Darnaby, neo 'Miss Lucy We are authorized .. HitoATiDUS as candidate for Jailer from the Ashland; district before the last Wilkerson, of Lexington, has been of Madison county, subject to the election, is out in an interview in which visiting Mrs. James Tevis and other action of the Democratic party. he says: "Yes; I suppose you might relatives in this city for nearly two We are authorized to announce have changed for Jailer of Jesse Conn a candidate to the action say Itariff question. myisopinionss upon weeks. the It apparent that Mr. and Mrs. Keale Bennett visiMadison county, subject we are to have a protective tariff. I am ted in Mt. Sterling Saturday and Sunof the Democratic party. in favor of a protective tariff on all arti- day, returning Monday accompanied INSTRUCTION. cles raised and produced by the farmer Ly Mrs. Bennett's mother, Mrs. Laura FOR SUl'T. rURLIC Mrs. John "Williamson is a can- that can now be benefited bv protection. Thompson. Indidate for Superintendent Publicsub- Certainly the prolucers are the clas Mr. John T. McClintock who will struction for Madison county, that need and deserve protection, Ian marry Miss Rose Vick-erject to the action of the Democratic heretofore the iiianniictureia uf the at Little Rock, Ark., was given party. North indEast iiacleii reaping all the a farewell supper at Joe's on Friday benefits of a high tariff. I want to com- night by sixteen young FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC bachelor mence the protection at the other end o friends. SCHOOLS. the line." Mrs. T. D. Chenault, Jr., who has J. "W. "Wagers is a candidate for Re$ardiiig the talk of harmony beSuperintendent of Public Schools of been the guest of Miss Nellie Louise Madison county, subject to the action tween the gold and silver Democrats i.i Hood, will attend the this State, he said: "I confess I don't of the Democratic party. nuptials to night, and will leave for COURT. understand just what the people who her home Cov. ComFOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT are talking about harmony mean. If S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, is the Democrats who refused to support monwealth, Feb 17. a candidate for Clerk of the Madison Rryan Miss Belle Fish, now in Richmond , want to come back into the pnrtv Circuit Court, subject to tne action and support its nominees well and good, will attend the inauguration with Democratic party. of the but it is nonsense to talk about 90 per Mrs. Brutus J. Clay. The latter was cent, of the bolters make nominations or in Cincinnati this week having a FOR COl'NTY CLERK. gov made for the inaugural ball. "We are authorized to announce dictate terms. This silver question can't to suc- be put aside or ignored. It will be the Nicholasville Democrat. Joiiv F. White a candidateMadison ceed himself as Clerk of Mr. Wallace Yates, of Richmond, issue in the next State campaign and no County Court, subject to the action person who is not, and has not been, has been visiting his sister, Mrs. R. of the 'Democratic party. thoroughly and earnestly identified with A. McKee. . . . Mr. Ed. Powell, of the silver sentiment can be elected to Richmond, visited his sister, Mrs. R. FOR SHERIFF. B. Sweeney, from Saturday until a candidate for any Stale office." II. K. Colyer is county, subject Tuesday. Anderson News. Sheriff of Madison But few places of the size of Crete Mr. Jas. E. Bowman, of Union to the action of the Democratic have figured so often or so prominently party. City, left yesterday for Illinois to iu the history of the world. It is the his future home somewhere in largest of the Grecian islands, extending make ASSESSOR. FOR COUNTY Ho is a son of Mrs. Mar100 miles East and West bv from 12 to 35 that State. a candidate James C. Miller is county, sub- North and South. Physically it is little tin Bowman. Ho will be accomfor Assessor of Madison panied by Mr. Jacob Gentry, son of ject to the action of the Democratic more than a mass of mountains. The Win. Gentry. highest single peak, Mount Ida, is con party. Mr. B. J. Clay, of Richmond, has We are authorized to announce siilerably over S.000 feet high, while a as a candidate for long stretch of the principal range been selected as committeeman from John W. Moores Assessor of Madison county, subject reaches 8,000 feet. In tradition, this the Eighth Congressional district to to the action of the Republican party. island is credited with being the first represent Kentucky nt the McKinley point in Europe to receive the benefits inauguration. Mr. Clay is the brother-in-of Dr. W. H. Fish, Nichofor city attorney. of the commerce and civilizalion of the law We are authorized to announce Phoenicians and thus to furnish the con lasvillc Jessamine Journal. Green Clay a candidate for the necting link between that ancient people Col. Jack Chiiin and son, George, office of City Attorney, of Richmond, Ky., subject to the action of the and the more distinguished Greeks, who of Harrodsburg, passed through town followed them as masters of the world. Monday on their way to the Walker Democratic party. Iu the present uprising it seems that Bro's. in Upper Garrard. They had We aro authorized to announce J, for Jackson as a candidateKy., the Christian mountaineers took the several very fine fox dogs and exTalbot City Attorney, of Richmond, initiative and drove the Turks into the pect to have some sport chasing old subject to the action of the Demo- town, principally Cauea, which they Reynand. Lancaster Record. cratic party. then proceeded to bombard. The avowed Tho Boonesbcrough and Madison purpose of the Cretans is union with County Chapters D. A. R. aro reprefor coroner. Greece, and the Greeks, from King to sented at the National Convention We are authorized to announce G. peasant, are enthusiastic in support of in Washington City this week, the O. Dozier a candidate for Coroner, c former by Mrs. A. R. Burnam, acsubject to the action of the Demo-crnti- their kinsmen. The situation is such tlut unless the companied by Miss Esther Burnam ; party. great European powers, England, Ge- the latter by Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith. It is frequently stated that the silver rman, France, Austria and Europe, inMiss Florrie Chenault and Mr. Joe question is dead. It is no deader than terfere forcibly to stop Greece, war Chenault attended the hop of the the question of liberty or freedom. It between Turkey and Greece is inevita- Lexington Athletic Club on Friday will be heard from again, says the ble. Nothing short of release from Tur- night. Among others present known kish rule will pacify either the Cretans here were Hughes Bronston, floor Knoxville Tribune. Or the Greeks. manager, Marshall Guerrant, Foster Hon. J. B. McCreary has the Should Gete and Turkey get to fight- Helm, Katie Bronston and Mary thanks of quite a number of our ing it does not seem as if a general Stoll. for the free distribution of gar- European war could possibly be avoided. Miss Sallie Ellis spent from Friday den seed received, this week, through Yet so mixed are the complications that until Monday with her parents, Mr. the postofilce, here. it is impossible to foresee how the powers Mrs. T. S. Ellis. She returned would side, or what the end would be, and The Nicholasvillc Democrat is author- save that, iu all human probability, to Danville accompanied by Miss ity lor the statement that a letter lias Turkey in Europe would have no place Julia Higgins, who will bo the guest of Miss Sue McRoberts. Miss Ellis been received there from Senator John on the new map. reports our good friend Morris Long Bennett, of Richmond, in which he Nothing pleases the rabid silverite In excellent health and customary states that he is not a candidate for Circuit Judge of this district, nor has he now as much as breaking banks and fail- fine humor. factories. The crash business authorized any one to use his name in ing sweetest music that canof come to is There ar quite a number of visitthe the connection with same. calamity howler's ears, and the red Hag ing girls in town ; among them Miss of the auctioneer is a standard under Shackelford, of Richmond, with The Leader acknowledges the in- which lie is willing to march at any time Miss Katie Clay; Miss Florence Chetroduction into its columns of job lots to revile the gold bugs if not to destroy nault, Richmond, with Mrs Overton of editorials, say the Argonaut. If their property. In consequence greatly entertained during the Chenault; Miss White, of Washingthe Leader has no bottom to stand early part of January by the dropping ton, with Miss Alice Bradley; Miss od, it is indeed in a bad fix. It might out of the lame ducks in commercial and Annie Bennett, Richmond, with salary an editor who will be either financial life. Regardless of the fact that Miss Pearson. Lexington Argonaut, of is fish or fowl. This thing of being all the numberthe failuresand always large at 21st w ilfully ignoryear, the turn of things to all people is getting aw- ing the tremendous stress the anarchistic Mr. Henry R. Turner, brother of campaign laid upon the country during fully tiresome to Lxingtonians. JS96, Uiey ghoullishly exult over the Mr. John Turner who 13 as popular a U. as was revival in trade and mat It is an easy matter for the average slow will keep on as bad ljppe that until student of C. Feb. 10, atthe former, or was married Columbia, truth, the whole truth, ters so that another warfare worse editor to tell the 1900, of repudia- Ky., to Miss Lily Wickliffe, a belle and nothing but the truth about his tion can be waged. of that place. Mr. Turner is booktaxable property, as it consists mainly of February 9th. full of unpaid Repudiation, hell! The satisfaction keeper in the Bank of Campbellsville, a bootjack and a basket inscriptions. But the confessional will Silverites derive from the present condi- and junior member of a prosperous b be full of those who conceal their own-in- tion Oi affairs is such as results fromtheir business firm there. He is well refrom the assessor, and may the Lord being called damned fools before the membered here. J. N. Turner, Jr., who is attending election for predicting a worse state of have mercy on their lying souls. Say.s the Madisomille Hustler on this affairs should McKinley and Sound Central University, Richmond, came Money triumph. They certainly Buffer home last Wednesday to attend the subject: "The Marion county grand jury has in common with the rest, but there is TurnerJWicklifle wedding and reindicted a number of the citizens of that a human satisfaction in knowing they turned to school last Saturday. count for failing to give in correct lists were not such blamed fools after all. As Campbellsvillo Times Journal. Mr. of their property to the assessor. The far as the moral effect of the gold stand- Turner's eldest sister, Miss Nannie, jurors perhaps in looking over the as- ard victory is concerned, McKinley went is the wife of Hon. Charles R. Long of tho State Democratic sessor's books and know ing the property into office more than three mouths ago. owned by the tax pavers, found that To quote from his own words as used in Committee, and one of Louisville there was a great discrepancy. If every a speech at Canton during the last cam- best known citizens. man in the State of Kentucky who failed paign: "Whenever this country decides Mrs. E. T. Jackson, formerly mato list his property according to the oaths by their ba'.lots that we are to remain on tron of Memorial Hall, and mother lie was compelled to take were indicted h Miigip j.old standard prosperity will of Attorney J. Talbott Jackson, of it would in some instances be a hard come to us at once and the thousands of this city, orders the Climax to CHn- matter to find enough men to act as idie men will get work." (And tlieJion, Louisiana, where elio is super jurors who were themselves innocent. Courier Journal said it would print a intendent of the Xadies' Hall of Sll- Our present assessment law is a training 'Prosperity Edition?') llman Institute. The young ladies school for perjury." Tkxt wae the claim made before the aro ere this aware that thoy have one g to-da- y. ur Julia Higgins. g, s, Hood-Hubba- rd cit-ixe- ns Popu-listwe- re Courier-Journa- l, other than Miss Maggie Bales, daughter of Dr. C. J. Bales, of this city, who was married lately, orders tho Climax to Jonesvillo, Va., where her husband is a member of the wholesale and retail general merchandise firm of J. O. Gibson & Co., established in 1875. They have a branch store at Pennington, Va. Tho friends of Mrs. Gibson will bo glad to hear from her, as she is now, through tho Climax, fixed for news every week from them. Friends of thnt accomplished lady, Mrs. Bourne, recently for a while of Madison Institute, will bo glad to known that she is back from her trip abroad, and is ono of tho Faculty of Kentucky University. The Herald fof Friday said: "Mrs. Bourne, of Kentucky University, entertained tho C. O. E. Reading Club at tho homo of Miss Woodruff, on South Upper street, Tuesday afternoon by reading from Shakespeare and a lecture on the life of the author. Miss Bourne has visited the scene of his birth, and her lecturo was very interesting. Light refreshments were served and the members passed a very enjoyable evening.' The columns of the Climax for many weeks have been laden with marriage notices until one could almost hear the tintinnabulations of wedding bells. So numerous have been the matrimonial alliances in this place lately that the only question to be asked and answered is "Who Next?" So far as we are able to learn the last announced marriage of immediate interest to Richmond people occurs at Littlo Rock, Arkansas, when Mr. John T. McClintock, of this place, a former student of Central University, weds Miss Rose Frank Nickers, of Pine Bluff, a pupil last year at Madison Institute, Mr. J. N. Neale, of this city, being best man. If there are any other evonts on the carpet they are "sub rosa." Miss Katie Clay entertained a few friends very delightfully in honor of her guest, Miss Sarah Shackelford, of Richmond, Tuesday afternoon, said tho Lexington Leader, Feb. 17. The amusement was novel and very much enjoyed. Each guest was and a sheet of given a title of paper, upon which she had to draw an illustration of it. After the illustrations were all made they were hung on the wall and each guest had to tell the title of the song from tho illustration of it. The one guessing the highest number drew a prize. It is a compliment to the artistic powers of the guests that the contest was very close, and four young ladies had to draw for the prize, all guessing within two of tho whole number. Misses Belle DcLong, Annie Milward, Sara Simrall and Kath-erin- e Bronston were the contestants, a pretty prize falling to the lot of the last named. A delicious lunch followed, and all were delighted with this most pleasant afternoon, the bright weather adding to the beauty of it. Those present were: Misses Sarah Shackelford, of Richmond; Grace Pearson and guest, Miss Annie Bennett, of Richmond; Margaret Darnall and guest, Miss Daisy Trout, of Canton. Ohio: Sallie and Kath- erine Bronston, Annie Milward, Mary Ramsey.Eleanor Coleman and guest, Miss Virginia Bowman, of Danville; Sara Scott, Belle DeLong, Sara Simrall and Mrs. Campbell Scotc From the Covington Commonwealth's column description of the marriage of Mr. Kuper Hood, of this city, and Miss Julia Hubbard, of Covington, wo make tho following extracts: "Everything about the wedding 'breathed of youth and youth's sweet prime.' The bride is as 'fresh as the morning sweet as the blossoms.' Her laughing eyes are quite noted. Gentle in demeanor, ardent in temperament and a wonderful amount of practicability, she will make we trow a splendid wife. She is fond of art and the beautiful and hence will know how to beautify a home. She was gowned in a rich Duchess satin, corsage high, relieved with Duchess point lace bertha. The veil was of thullo and was fastened in the center of coiffure with a simple ornament, and fell on either sides in graceful folds. Tho maid of honor, Miss Laura Spurr, of Winchester, wore a delicate rose satin veield in thulle of tho same tint caught with graceful bows of satin, low corsage and relieved with delicate tracery of pearl and carried a huge bouquet of pink bride's buds. Her stately queenly bearing not only when at the church (for it is rare to see any maid with more stately tread to music's grandest tones) but with gracious ease sho performed all of the pretty charms of her pretty office. "Thesgroom has so many manly traits and noble virtues that it is rather a privilege to write of a young man who has made such a mark in tho world at such an early age. From the time he was a choirboy at Old Trinity up to this timfJ his name has ever been one mentioned with compliments and he is and has been a sterling man and perfect gentleman." to-d- ay dew-awaken- ed xour nerves wiii uo ebiuug, and vour sleep sound, sweet and refreshing. cheaper All kinds of hand-mad- e Hood's Rarsanarilla makes pure blood. than can be bought any when in Richmond. cures so many dlseaser . That Is why it That ia why bo many thousands take it Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction feMI-t- f to cure disease, retain pood health, pre- gnaranted. vent sickness and fluCerfng. Remember Bl Mil " r ite. Geo. Whhtraess, Mair Brower, Scott &Frazee,i DRAPERIES. West Hn, irnTBirTfi 1 CARPETS, FURNITURE, WALLPAPERS. m fed CO 1 S ood's Sarsaparilla Is the One True Rlood Purifier. J.H.NEFF&C0. Sti:. (Opposite Glyndon.) The Finest Kigs, The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- r Special Rag and Curtain Sale Commencing MONDAY, FEBRUARY loth. Kv tention. The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Your "Cousin," Are You Interested? If so, it will pay you to see the splendil values included in this Cut Price Salk. 30c to 60e to :,. M fe$ S-- j St per bottle. VlOOU S FlIIS ... cure Liver Ills; easy to take, easy to operate. 23c. Country Produce Bought and Sold. Highest Cash Market Price Paid. MARRIED. Genti yle. James Gentry and Miss Carrie Coyle, daughter of thick Hardin Coyle, of Speedwell, were Wanted-- An of some Idea Who eansimple married on Thursday last. Protect yonrldejw: thfrcuy bring you wealth. Write JOHN WIDDERBtJRN Patent Attar, Li bJ f5vl f?N SlZS Qmrrna Tlnrrc .ii, oarpec Ci.nn iu CMrrk oizes, irom. sinyruu jHip-jiJapanese Rugs Mat to Carpet Sizes, from M.lflo Tlnnf- - m EV r, '71 Tsi v, from Milt to fTfirnnr RItoc frnm rr. . u, KS " P. B. BROADUS, Hunley's Old Stand. No. 2S. Damask Curtains, 3i Yards, Reduced from 4 rA Yf RELIGIOUS neys. Wah!ngtdn. D. CWfor their 1.S00 prise offer and list of tiro hundred inventions rraated. ".. 3-3- Rov. L. Pickett will begin a series of meetings at the College Hill Methodist church on March 1st. $3.73 FOR $2.00. ggx Tinseled Cropes, reduced irom 20c to 121c. Crepe, China and Japanese Silk Reduced 75c and $1 to 50c. f.u,m fe m$ WE INVITE INPECTIOrV Marked In Plain Figures. ?tf$ Wi -- S v. There will bo services at the Episcopal church at 7 d. m. All those interested in the church are cordially invited to attend. At a meeting of prominent Baptists in New York raccntly at the resi denee. of J. D. Rockfeller, the latter promised to contribute $25,000 to paying the indebtedness of $480,000 resting upon the Baptist Foreign and ht . OUR PREMIUM OFFER Every reader should know and understand this extraordinaiy offer. It means money in their pockets. m t i rr Home Missionary Societies. DEATHS. Benton. The remains of Daniel Benton were interred in tho Rich mond cemetery on Wednesday, last, February IS, 18S7. Deceased was one of the best known citizens of Waco, and was about GS years of age His wife and a number of brothers and sisters survive him, among them being Jesse Benton, of Missouri, Squire Wm. Benton, Mrs. Andrew Lackey and Mrs. Susan Pearson, of this county. The Farmer is Interested ! The Gardner is Interested! The Housewife is Interested! The Flower Grower is Interested! We have arranged with the seedsmen, JAMES VICE'S SON'S, Rochester. N. Y., to furnish their celebrated seeds and Vick's Illustrated Monthly Magazine one year, which will be given to each n jw yearly subscriber or the Weekly Cumax, upon receipt of only $2.00 cash. world-renoTm- n T'7 T Brower, 311.31 Scott & Frazee,S Cosner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Kv. r-- "''- JC - l''r: -lr - i WHY? " " " " " " OUR OFFER IS THIS: VEGETABLI.S . 1 PLOWINi "We SPRING SSS5'K e rr I i FLOWERS. 5c lpkt. Aster 15c 5c Sweet Peas. 5c 5c Nicotiana 5c 5c ' Candytuft 5c 10c Balsam 15c 5c Bachelor Button. 5c 5c Dianthus 5c 5c Petunia 10c 5c Salpiglossis. 5c 10c ' Scabiosa 5c 5c 5c 10 pkts. Flowers 75c 5c and 5c Vick's Illustrated Monthly Mag-uin- e one year. 5c The Magazine has been greatly improved for 5c 1837, and is dp to date on all matters pertaining 5c to Flowers, vegetables. Plants, Shrubs, Roses, 5c Lawns. Gardens, Plants in the house, etc. The CORRESPONDENCE. WIXSTOX. pkt. Beet, Imp. Early Blool Turnip . " Cabbage, Early Summ;r 44 Estill County Mrs. Maggie Ireland will leave this week for her home at Lomoore, Va. Miss Pollv Hinds was visiting her many friends at Irvine the past week M. E. Mize and wife left last week for their home in South McAlister, I. T. department of correspondence is very valuable. D. J. Snowden has returned from 13 pkts. Vegetables-$ 1 00 Price, per year. 50 Clark county, where lie has been looking THINK OF ALL THIS! after his farm. Announcements are made for the wed 18 Packets Vegetable Seeds as named 51 00 ding of Alex King to Miss Lena Rice at 10 Packets Flower Seeds as named 75 Vick's Illustrated Monthly Magazine, one year., 50 an early date, so reported. Kichuiond Climax, 52 weks 1 50 Mr. Joseph McSwain and wife, of Richmond, preached several sermons in $3 75 Estill last week at different points. More hungry Republicans for office. Now is the time. Send your order at once to W. S. Winkler is the latest offered. He Company, wants the nomination for Coroner of af Red-Top. " " " ' "' " "' " " " ' . Carrot, Chantenay Celery, White Plume Corn, Evergreen Cucumber, Early While Spine. Lettuce, Early Curled Simpson. Musk Melon, Hackemack Onion, Dan vers Yellow Globe Peas, Charmer. Parsnip, Hollow Crown Radish, French Break.'ast. Spinach, Long Standing Squash, Summer Squash, Hubbard. Salsify (Vegetable Oyiter). Tomato, McCullom's Hybrid Turnip, Strap-Le- have the best plows the facto ries produce. If )Tou expect to do any plowing the coming spring, and are V V not already supplied with plows, you cannot aflord to buy before giving a call. u.s V V Everything kept in a well y IT! equipped hardware house si found in our stock. M 31 i $3.75 FORONLY$2.00! Shackelford L.. " -- 5cztri Gentry, I h Climax Printing Richmond, Kentucky. Estill. Last Saturday was the regular meeting of the Green Broaddus Post, but only a small number was present, but important business was transacted. Dr. L. II. Wilson, of Kiags Station, will locate at Winston, haying purchased the farm of W. T. Tharp. We welcome such men to our town as Dr. Wilbon. Winston has churches and plenty of good people and a large number of bright little children, and still we have no preaching and 110 Sunday-schoat either church. There are three or four who meet at one of the churches and have nothing only the Lord'3 Supper. We hope the good people will all come - RICHMO:ND, KEXITCKY i WE ARE IN i i We open in our new house, next door to the Farmer's National Bank, formerlv occupied by Klein & Son, having sold out all our stock at auction, we open with ii new stock, the largest and best in Richmond and to ol out and bring their children every day and let us have one of the best in Estill county. schools SunSunday-- VALLEY VIEW. TERSOXAL. W. L. Leads and family have moved to Richmond. J. L. Amsden, of Versailles, was here last week on business. J. M. Osborne has accepted a position as salesman w ith G. W. Rock. Rev. O. J. Young and family, of near Baldwin, have moved to Lexington. Wm. Gum, of Cleveland, spent Sunday in the city with the family of Wm. Led-ford. fflrnTTSs 5SE i . T?r7YS7&YFrratflr&V N. B. Day. oi N. B. Day & Co., log contractors of Jackson, was here last week on business. THE RELIGIOUS CIKCLE. KgigiP iJcli,ili!Ilj .Men's Suits at S2.50, Boy's Suits at 50c. Boy's Knee Suits at 58c. Men's Shoes at 75c. Ladies' Shoes at 75c. -- TtX inn 1M fC Rev. II. B. Coikerham will address the people here next Saturday evenina and the following Sunday at 11 a. m. and at 7:S0 p. m. A Sunday-schowas orjranizpd here last Sunday wilh the following named men as officers : Fred Burton, Superintendent, C. F. Briant, Secretary and II. H Poslon, Treasurer. Tho names are a sufficient guarantee that every duty incumbent upon them will beahlv performed, and assures the people that riu-cewill attend their efforts towards a progressive Sunday-schoo- l iu our midtt. The hour for meeting is 3 p. 111. aud everybody is cordiallj invited to attend and lend his am-tantoward makiig it a success. The enrollment of the teachers and scholars will be m?de next Sunday. ol ss ce We want your custom and we will give you the best bargains ever offered before in the county . t ""'"N -- worth 86.00 worth 4.00 worth 1.50 worth 1.25 worth 1.50 JSTEW1 Mr. M. Devary moved last Saturday to Clark county. Miss Nannie Parks continues very low with lung disease. Mr. John S. Stapp is very sick again gs an with uervous prostration. Deafness Cannot "bo Cured by local applications as they cannot reach Awarded the diseased portion of the ear. There id only one way to cure deafness, and that Highest Honors World's is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is cured by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustaccan Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can he 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 condition of tho mucous Fair, 3cts. a yd. 4cts. a yd. 4cts. a yd, 8cts. a yd. Carpets, - - 9cts. a yd. Floor Oilcloth, 18cts.a yd. .Lace Curtains, 38cts. a pr. -- Calicoes, Cottons, - Ginghams, - Dress Goods, - SSl ...il. SCc Overcoats and Capes at your own prices. Table Linens at 15ets. a yd., and everything you need in Notions and Furnishing Goods cheaper than ever offered before. We want your 'trade and we will save you money. Don't forget our place. r Y-- :.-- ? "t yf fP; .- surfaces. Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for anyase of Deafness (caused by catarrh) thatcannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh ""Most made. Cure. Send far circulars; free. i pure urape urcam 01 J artar fowdw. Fe I F. J. CHENEY & 0., Toledo. 0, from Ammonia, Alum or any other aduKtrat, I . WT Sold by Drtisnriet. - 75cir feb3-l.. a.a...nT&Anw. T ' , f .: 1 f 1 S i rn, - , .,- - -- a ,. 'Z$r a .&V -- b 2 m NEW YORK STOR JCj mm Kentuckyriprid,. BAKING perfect CREAM Up Town, Klein & lSons Old Stand.-Co- me Everybody. j " J .' fC F ;im i , -"if - T5- - a t ji , - i-j- i 4'ii, - 4 JFiv-- . il: iff." Jp WSC .r it- - i r - re j?- 74 n it THE WEDNESDAY, CLIMAX. FEBRUARY 24, 1897. J. Ham, the wittiest OUR CLUBBING LIST. Majailnes, Newspapers, and Other Publications at Reduced Rates by the Climax Company. Below will be found a list of periodicals which the Climax will order for Us subscribers at its reduced rates, the only provision being is dangerously ill. that the subscription to the Climax be paid up You said you wero going to subBy reference to the one year in advance. pnecs quoted below, it will be found that wo scribe for the Climax the next time can save you t roai five cents to one dollar on you came to town. Monday will be every publication named. court day. Come in and subscribe following prices include the Climax: Arena American Art Journal, Music. American Art Re lew Breeders Gazette Century Maparine Cosmopolitan. WeeVly Couiier-Journ- al Week".) Commercial Gazette ViecVly Enquirer Demoresvs .Magazine vmnV Leslie's Weekly. Semi-Week- ly of "all lecturers, Prof. John H. Chandler, of Central March 5 and not 'March .10, as on University, and Editor Cooper; of season tickets. tho new weekly paper published by Wagers & Cohen bought of MaJ. tho students of Central University John D. Harris 63 heifors at 2 and called the Central News, wont to 3c. Shipped 1 load to Cincinnati Louisvill last Aveok and secured Saturday. They report the market about $00 worth of advertisements. This is tho largest amount of foreign fair. advertising ever secured for a college Letcher, son of Jno. Burpublication here. Tho News apton, near Whites Station, died last Fripeared for the second time on Saturday, of lagrippe-- Al daughter day and is a good paper. Price 50 died two weeks ago, and ndw Mr. Burton cents until June. "01dmrries;&Dixfe,'by H. W. Tho Weikly News. "Summa Cum Laudc." Rev. J. Royall Cooke, C. U. '91, orders tho Climax to Burnslde, Ky., and sends the money for one year in uPt2k) J advance. S3 75 3 25 . the first tiling you do. 5 23 2 15 1 1 1 1 4 60 05 65 60 . 2C5 . Frank Leslie's Monthly Pctrc.i Free Press ,. ,, Harper's Magazine Harper's Weekly Harper's Bazar Harper's Bound Table The Independent L ppiicott's Magazine. Muncey's Macaane Met lure's Magazine rth American Review Ohio Farmer Public Opinion Iteview of Keviews Smbner's Magazine. il Nicholas SU Louis Tn Weekly N Y World Kentucky fetock Farm. Louisville Evening Post. The Forum hemi-WeeL- lv Twice-A-Wee- 4 35 3 40 1 85 4 15 4 05 4 35 j. 375 2 1 1 G3 3 15 365 . S3 93 15 25 60 65 525 1 SO . 3 3 3 3 1 1 Globe-Democr- H 75 75 2 75 3 03 1 1 45 Weekl Louisville Commercial 6 00 . N Y Journal, daily. 3 20 . T Y Journal, Sunday. 1 70 SJver Knight 3 20 t nannati Post, daily 1 M Petenon's Magazine. Pu-525 weekly k 5 25 Judge weeklv 1 85 Atlanta Constitution 1 45 Atlanta Journal 203 Ladies' Home Journal. F.t c hundred other journals and magazines v.tb the Cxjuax, at reduced rates. The Climax Company will take pleasure in attending to orders received by mail. Always Ktase whether or not you are now taking the periodical you wish us to send for. k Courier-Journ- al The bale of Jesse New by, deceased, on last Saturday was largely attended, notwithstanding it rained all day. The personal property sold well. The sale amounted to $1,400. Administrator B. li. Million certainly knows how to conduct a sale. He is a hustler. G. J. White & Son have for snle 5 work mules one pair nice sorrel mare mules, G and 7 years of age, over 10 hands, well broke and sound. One nice mare, "2 nice medium," mare and horse mules. Telephone to him, Whites Station., Senator Linney (Rep.) of Louis-villwho wants to be Public Printer, is a Harrodsburgboy and his biothor, Will Linney, was once foreman of the Register, but now advertisement foreman of. the Louisville Post. Both the gentlemen are past masters in the art preservative. e, Poultry Pays. There is more money in poultry for the amount invested and the time devoted to it than anything "Ise the farmer raises. There is more money spent for eggs alone than for any other article of produce. Strayed. Monday will he court day. Walling and Jackson will hang March 20th. Infant of Shelby Jett and wife was buried in Richmond yesterday. The Brookstown communication armed too late for this week's -- Next I UMAX. One black mare walked into the stable of Thos. Douthet & Co., on Irvine street, hist Friday. The owner will please call, give descsiption of his animal and pay the charges and fees for advertisement, etc. Planned In Undisturbed Peace. AVin-chest- There is a baldheaded club at and the last meeting was "Wagers & Cohen bought of Hugh for quiet and secret business. They ( nlht r 550 heifers and shipped same selected the store of a merchant who to Cincinnati does not advertise. They were in Wo regret to note that Mr. Ly- session for three hours without inman Parrish is again confined to his terruption. room with stomach trouble. A New Instructor. Saving prices and high qualities Upon the recommendation of Conm men's suits are firmly linked to- gressman McCreary, Lieut Vetol, gether, at Covington & Mitchell's. U. S. A., of North Carolina, has My resident and of land been appointed Military Instructor for rent. "West Main street, Richmond. at Central University, Richmond, in C H. P1GG. place of Capt. Henry S. Wygant, resigned. will assume his duties Living pictures of economy can March 4. He bo seen this week in all departments ''Sweets To The Sweet." of our fctore. Covington & Mitchell. The Richmond Climax while serSam Jones wan all right, but you ving up a high quality of mental n.ust hear Col. Ham on "Old Tunes In Dixie" at the Court- House, pabulum of its own, is supplementing it by drawing on the gray matter March 5th. of other editors, with soothing syrup -, Mat Cohen bought of Terry words about these editors, and withJr , an extra nice gelding, out any increase in its already low v.i'chhe will educate for the Xew subsci iption price. Xicholasville "rk market. Democrat. Old Times In Dixie," by H. "V. Killed In Estill. J Ham. the wittiest of all leuturers, A son of A. J. Tharp. of Estill, reMarch 5 and not March 10, as on ported to the Climax a tragedy that m ason tickets. was enacted near Irvine on Tuesday tickets, re- evening last, whereby Henry Osborn Holders of sea-omember that March 5th is date of was killed by a bludgeon in the hands H "W. J. Ham's lecture on "Old of Nelson Embry. The difficulty Tunes In Dixie." took place about six miles from IrTJud Tudor and family, of the vine on the Broaddus farm. Both Mi lion neighborhood, have moved to men were white and had been drinklSIoomington, 111., the home of Vice ing. Pn sident Mevenson. Mr. While For Messrs. Muncie and Pigg, at the John Field White, present incum Adams Express oilice, want poultry bent, is announced for to and e;rgs for which they will pay the office of County Clerk of Madihighest market price. son. There is not a better known or It is expected that Gen'l. Hardin cleverer man in the county, and his will addra--s the people of Madison Democracy is undefiled. His excelcounti on Monday, county court day. lent deputy, Mr. Tom Thorpe, shares with his chief the honor of conbuhjet't, general topics of the day. ducting the office beyond complaint, The saddle horse which Mrs. Jno. and Mr. White enters the race with ( unmngham, of Escondida, lost re-- c sanguine hopes. ntly. and which was advertised in Winchester Court. tht Climax has been recovered. er to-da- y. - Per-kni- - bf autiful lino of U. O. K. boys J. A. Ramsey, auctioneer, reports a spring 230 cattle on the market. The best clothing. Come and look at them feeders brought 4c. Fair to common and hee how little they cost. Cov- feeders, 3 to 3Cc. ; heifers from 500 to 700 lbs., 2 to 3c. ; light, common ington fc Mitchell. steers, 2JjC.; 1 yoke extra smooth Ten share of the Citizens Na- oxen, oxen, 2J4 to tional Bank of Lebanon were sold fat cows, 3c; stock hogs, 3c; fat R "i.McElroy buying five at $123. hogs, ojc. Owing to an incessant The other five were purchased by rain fnlling there wero but few buyRe . T. A. Bracken at $127. ers out and some of the cattle wero Mrs. Laura Estill Francis, a for- left over unsold. mer Sweinfurth devotee, was mar Judgs Canlrill's Narrow Esc3pe. ried last week to a Mr. Cunningham, Last Tuesday night Circuit Judge of Lexington. The false Christ has J. E. Cantrill.'narrowly escaped being long sine taken unto himself a wife. run over by a Q. &. C. train at George- Directors of the Lawrencebnrg town. He was assisting his wife on and Frankfort turnpike threaten to dythe Blucgrass vestibule when the ennamite their stone bridges and other-- gine started, throwing him under ibe damage their pike unless raidthe cars. Just as the wheels 'were ers, cease their e depredations. about'to pass over him, the Judge For forging a $12 check, which was pulled from the track by James he attempted to pass on W. D. Old- Pullen, the transfer man, and Hawham for a suit of clothes, Steve Old- king, a colored driver, who wero ham was tried on Wednesday and standing near. Judge Cantrill was released on $150 to await the action not injured. of the grand jury. Will C. U. Have Another Annual. Mothers, we have received 4c.;-commo- n 2c; w toll-gat- Howe Cecil rode from Harrods-hur- g to Richmond on his bicycle last Wednesday; he left Lexington at 10:30 p. m , and arrived here after midnight, a fast' run, and think of the ride in February. At the examining trial of Nelson Embry for the killing of Henry Osborn, at Irvine, he was held without bail. George Lunsford, for complicity, and Talton Embry, for harboring Embry, were discharged. H Central University is to issue another annual it would be wise to little erstwhile set about getting the matter in bhape clining years. waterway which was out of all pronow, and not delay it until the colFast Mail. portions and rising every minute. lege year ncais an end. The LexWhat promises to be the greatest at- After driving part of the way into ington Herald says: Kclley, Henry "The Crimson is the name of ths tempt in the era of realism will be seen the stream and finding it doubtful as Baker, Eliza Kirby, John K. U. College annual to be issued in at the White & llatli Opera Hoiibe next to its safety, or the location of the Solders, Rosa Lawson, Stoke Burnslde, Hull Monday evening, in the melodrama of roadway, the steed was unhitched Crafford, Rosa Lofton, Ellen June. The faculties, classes, socieMuncie, Sallie Carns, Tom Eced, Arthur ties, fraternities and several other Lincoln J. Carter's "Fast Mail." The and tho driver ordered to reconnoitre Harris, Bettie lUchardson, Bctler Harris, Nannie organizations will have cuts, and play is famous throughout "the country on horse back. A few steps and tho Jones, Christie Weight. J. K. there will be numerous other'illus-tration- s. for the completeness and magn tude of rushing tide reached his chest when J B. WILLIS, Postmaster. as well as sketches, etc. its mechanical effects. The production is it was evident no vehicle could cross "Knowledge is power." There- The editors are already busy prepar- nnder the personal supervision of its without floating. Tho carnage was The entering wedge of a fatal com fore, know a great deal. For the author Lincoln J. Carter Special turned about and with visions of tur- plaint is often a slight cold, which a dose ing matter for it." way to knowing is along purse-eas- y scenery is carried for the ten complete key and cranberry sauce and other or two of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral might Butted Their Brains Out. street paved with delight, when sets to be used in the play. In the sec- - toothsome delicacies dancing before have curedat the commencement Theregood suits can be had at these low have just heard of a novel way ond act a' steamboat is shown with the their eyes, they sorrowfully retraced fore, it is advisible to have tins prompt "I prices. Covington & Mitchell. in which one of ouresteemed citizens boilor rooms and their intricat machine- their journey through tho rain,which and sine remedy always at hand to meet It Phil is a village in Lincoln and who lives but a short distance from ry, and the glowing furnaces. The boat now fell in torrents. All went well, an emergency. Owen, l'hil and Ep are the town catchesall the rabbits he wants," is blown up by a tremendous explosion, barring the driving rain, tho thunder For Rent. Ep in names of the literary societies of writes a Eloomfleld man. "In a and the wreck is seen going down the and lightning and the vanished hopes Saloon for rent near K. C. depot at Central University. Wonder if some woods pasture, near his home, lies a mid river. The great railway scene is an- of gobbler and ice cream. No the Richmond Hotel, now occupied old C. U. boys had the naming of hollow log, and he noticed how quick other of the unprecedented achievements trouble was encountered until the by Williams & Brooks. For- f urthor made for this log of their perf rmance in the direction of carriage neared tho Water Works particulars apply to the cotton-tail- s these two wide places in the pike. when his dogs got after them. A realism. A freight train of fourteen cars gate. From tho heights above, the .Mrs A. E. Cabse. 35tf We have received notice from bright idea struck him. as it was a is run across the stage with an illumina- piko presented a scene not soon to be Company that on March the Enquirer Statistics show that thousands of indeal of trouble to get them out, the ted caboose and a practical locomotive. forgotten. Tho creek that runs in 1st, 1897. the price of the weekly will fants and children yearly die of log being some twenty feet long and The fireman and engioneer are 6ee,n at front of Eev. A. J. Tribile's home croup AVe do not exaggerate be raised, and on and after that date hollow nearly all the way. He rolled their lespcctive stations looks like rea was a waste of water, kneedeep and when weBtate that every one.of these inthat paper combined with the Clilog out of its place and put in- lity itself. A mail train comes speeding stretchingfrom fence to fence. On max, cannot bo had for less than the nocents could have been saved had stead a solid one, with a large black-spo- t by and catches the mall pouch just as tho party drove hoping to reach tho given them fl.GO per year. high ground beyond, but only to Foley's Honey and Tar been painted on the end, and all he ever one has seen it do many times. Ninga'ra Falls are shown meet a surging tide o drift and rub- in time. Can you afford to be without it A. correspondent of the Lancas- had to do was to take his dogs out, In thelast act White. ter Record, disgusted over the poor when the rabbits would make for the in all their natural beauty. A cataract bish covering the bridge from view. in your household? EW. G.feb3-lu. . i f nn Iloil onnf fjw l,rt nr.s1 train facilities afforded that city by 1a. l',1u uui i.iiu umia ojuu mi mo j af real water is put on the stage, and it With only the guard rails to guide, II you want a reliable dye that will col & N., proposes that the trains liouow, wuuiu uull out uieir uraius boils and foams in the most natural way. tho driver urged the good horse onthe L. of various classes bo painted in dif- against it. Then all ho would-hav-e Tho soft moonlight adds to tho effect, ward untilthe bend of tho road was' or an even brown or black, and will ferent colors so as to toll which is to do was to shovo the dead ones and the scene needs only the addition of passed. Hero hope entirely fled. please ai-- satisfy you every time, nee freight, which is passenger and which aside and start the dfgs again and the suspensiou bridge to complete the Only of the road was visible? I BucEinghanx'sJDye for the 7hi6kers. is construction. effect of reality. ptKe Deingnow m tne cnannex o:r. again until ho had enough." tno 3 - Thos. E. Bennett, Jr., of Camilla, Ga., with many friends to rejoice over his rapid advancements, sends $1.25 for the Climax. Mr. F. W. H. Clay, of Washington, D. C, is another out of the county new subscriber of the Climax. Mrs. James Jones, nee Miss Pattie Gilbert, of Blackstock, S. C, orders What (he Credit System Dees. tho Climax to her home in the PalFifteen hundred dollars worth of metto State, of which her husband accounts of a Georgetown butcher is a wealthy and popular, citizen. With a better understanding of the firm were sold publicly for $5. "What Joe "Watts, at Emma, Texas, sends Si. ical ills, whichnature of the many physvanish before proper better sermon could bo preached 25. gentle efforts pleasant efforts against tho ruinous credit system Rev. W. F. Smith orders tho rightly directed. There is comfort in so many forms of than this ? The butchers have someClimax to Mortonsville, near Lex- the knowledge, that to any actual dissickness are not due time made tho excuse for not selling ington. ease, but simply to a constipated condimeat at a lower price that they sell which tho pleasant Mrs. C B. Gibson, nee Miss Maggie tion of the so much for which they never get family laxatic. Syrup of Figs, prompttho money. But this argument has Bales, orders the Climax to Jonesvilte, ly removps. That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, andis no merit in it. Why should a prompt Va. everywhciv esteemed so highly by all "Send me the Climax", writes Mrs. E who va'- ; good health. Its beneficial paying customer be made to carry effects odue to the fact, that it is the people who never try to pay any- T. Jackson, of Clinton, La. one rt'mcdy which promotes internal thing?" New county subscribers too numeroup cleanliness without debilitating the to mention. There will be a large nuin " 'ans on which it acts. It Is therefore Farm Sale. nil important, in order "to get its beneher in next Monday, Court Day. The Robert Chenault farm, conficial effects, to note when you purchase, that you have the genuine arti"Dog-oII!" taining 2G0 acres, property of Mrs. cle, which is manufactured by the CaliEli li. Evans and Miss Earle CheLast Wednesday a dog of national fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by nault, located 4 miles from Richmond fame among railroaders passed all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, on the Union ami Dreaming Creek through Richmond enrouto from Iris and pike, was sold on Wednesday to Jas. vine over the R. N. I. & B., and, as otherthe system are regular, laxatives or then not needed. If remedies Noland,at$35 per acre. Thus this usual everywhere he goes, "'Owney," afflicted with any actual disease, one land which has been in the Chenault as the "purp" is called, attracted a may be commended to the most skillful in family for 48 years, and in the Ben- crowd around him. This famous ca- plrysiciaus, but ifthe need of a lasative, one should have best and with tho nett family 52 years previously ,passed nine has traveled the country over, everywhere, Syrup of into other hands. On this farm rest and numbers among his friends ten Figs stands highest and is most largely the remains of Moses Bennett and thousand baggagemasters and brake-me- n used and gives most general satisfaction. wife, grandparents of Hon. Jas. B. , who always take good care of McCreary and Dr. Humphey Bennett. him. He goes from place to place, on tho angry waters which surged and e the cars, and is fed like a lord. There is on the place the old leaped and rose over piles of unerected in 1815 by Moses Ben- Around his shaggy neck is a collar broken rock six feet high. Fencing, nett. filled with medals of gold and silver, stumps, fodder, etc., swept past, inscribed with the names of men of often lifting tho vehicle from the A Traders' Rare Experience. high and low degree, besides ground. At last the affrighted crew Harry Lazarus, the hustling Horse legends as "Feed Owney." such turned abruptly from the pike and "Be Cave trader, had anexperience Thurs- good to Owney," etc. Just before drove across the ditch a yard deep day of week before last rarely dupli- the train pulled out a new acquaint- in water, over a low wire fence and cated in the life of any trader, says ance ventured to caress tho wonder- paused not until safe on a hillside the Glasgow Times. Wednesday ful dog when the latter snapped at from whence they viewed the sight. night, about 11 o'clock, Mr. Lazarus him, whereupon Postal Clerk Sowers They had not stopped a moment too landed in Glasgow. The next morn- remarked "Owney can always tell a soon for the bridge above was lost to ing at 4 o'clock, while the thermome- scamp," whereupon the gentleman's view and the angry waters rushed ter was coqueting somewhere about blushes turned his whiskers quite over in fury carrying debris and den degrees below zero, he red, while the crowd a vented its ap- struction before it. Hero they wero started out and rode down into the preciation of the kindly intended detained over an hour, and here they Austin country, along the Monroe joke. 'Owney" has traveled from contemplated their narrow escape county line and across into the Rocky the Frigid zone to the Equator, from from drowning. It is almost past Hill country, and back to Horse Cave Alpha to Omaha, and from shool to belief, but for nearly one mile, clear that night, making in all seventy-on- e up to the breakfast principally the latter. the turnpike was miles made that day, besides buying invisible, having swollen Military Band Supper. seventy-si- x head, of cattle. During The supper given under tho aus- until man nor beast could keep his the whole day, in all his travels of footing. The predicament of the seventy-on- e miles, ho never met a pices of the Richmond Military Band travelers was visible to residents in single human being on the road. last Thursday night was liberally the vicinity but they were deterred The next day he sold two car loads patronized and pronounced the most from furnishing relief until the flood elegant affair of the kind ever given had of mules. subsided sufficiently to be fordin Richmond. Tho music which was ed on. horseback, when Messrs. Orator. furnished by the orchestra was simJeptha, Charles and Dan M. Chenault Mr. R. G. Gordon, Jr., was selected ply superb in every particular. Tho came to tho rescue. The carriage Monday to represent C. U. at the following program was rendered: was piloted for half a mile through Oratorical Contest, Selection from Wang . W. Spencer the torrent, over obstacles that lifted at Lexington, April 2. Speed Smith Grand Potpourri Schalcgall the vehicle from the pike, and around Rosa fences was second. There weie six other Anniversary March that lay flat in the roadway. . MacLey Waltz, Op. 51, Corrinne contestants, Abbott, Pickels and Poet and Pheasant. With profound gratitutde the party Suppe thanked their rescuers and proceeded Strong, from the Eps ; Swallow, Ste- Waltz Dreamland. . . Rathburn homeward in safety, where thev arphenson and Wiggins, Phils. Two Step Anniversary. Sousa rived at 2:15 having been out for Hereafter the contest will take We are authorized in behalf of the nearly four hours in the storm, water-boun- d place in Louisville, as the colleges band to extend their sincere thanks in all directions, and frightthere are thought to exert an influ- to the young ladies who took an ened at times for their lives. All the ence on the judges' decisions. How- active part in tho preparation and this occurred onseem Irvine pike near town, and may silly, but water ever, this may be. we have never those who so liberally donated to the is water any where you strike it, and feared such local influences. The supper, also to the little girls who so tho party were in as imminent peril best reason is the colleges are une- kindly tendered their services in of their lives in tho middle of a qually benefited by the general ad- selling tickets, all performing their county road as they ever care to be on the high seas. vertising the event affords, tho visit- duties with credit, still we feel that While this was being enacted and ors being in the minority always. the personal mention of Miss Ollie just behind them devastation was Why not try Frankfort and use the Pigg, the beautiful little daughter of wrought by the angry tide. Rev. legislative hall? It is nearer the Mr. M. H. Pigg, is not at all out of Tribble, in an endeavor to lighten of the against his consituency of all the colleges and place, she having sold tho largest frontweightfence rubbish out into the yard waded would be much cheaper. number of tickets. After the supper stream, now stretching far on either the hall was cleared and the merry side of the road. Tho rail on which An Inaugural Edition. he in two wheel of the dance was participated andsupported himself broke carried he would have been Even- - reformer in the country should in until 2 o'clock, when the crowd away had not a lad seized him at secure a copy of the inaugural edition of passed through its portals with words that moment, dislocating Mr. Trib the Silver Knight Watchman, of Washble's shoulder in their flghtifor safety. ington, D. C , which will gie an account of praise and comment. NOTES. of the inaugural ceremonies of the early A Waste of Waters. The Worst Rain In Years. At Bogie's Mill wagon and lumber dajsof the republic as compared with With but few hours intermission, were washed away. the pomp and tplendor of the present. rain fell in this county from Saturday Silver Creek was higher last SunMcKinley's Cabinet will be revised, that until Monday night. And it was a day than it has been for years and the people may understand that the new down-posuch as the proverbial fences and watergaps suffered the consequences. administration will not be run in their 'oldest inhabitant" had never seen Tates Creek was higher SundRy-thainterest, but in the interest of corpora- before. Hillsides were glassy sheets it iias been for ten yeare. Saw logs, rails tions and trusts. It will contain twelve of water, with new springs gushing and rubbish of every description were pages, giving illustrations of the Capitol, from their sides; tiny rills ran riot carried out into the river on its raging White House, view down the Pennsyl- down the slopes, and little branches current Hugh Galey's barn, G miles from vania avenue over which the inaugural became booming streams. In turn Richmond on Hagan's Mill pike, was parade will pass, and the Pension Build- the creeks swelled into torrents apd flooded and 11 hogsheads of tobacco ing in which the inaugural ball will be all went dashing and crashing, were floated about. Hogs and wagons held. There will also appear an article sweeping everything before them were washed away. The river is 40 feet on the standard from the pen of Gordon Clark, entitled with relentless fury. Tho wrecknt the inches to 'John Sherman Summed Up; the Polit- age wrought can only bo surmised, and is rising Reports rate of four ttie river from up the hour. ical 3Iephistopheles of the Nineteenth but every stream in tho county left brine reports of high water. The SouthCentury." and an article by M. Meline, its banks and carried fences and ern Lumber Co. has about 50 hands on Prime Minister of France. small buildings away; stock was their booms and are catching logs at the rate of COO per hour. drowned, barnes and houses flooded, . Rev. W. F. Smith's Call. of water over tho pike Eight people driven from their homes. between feet Ross' and Josia SimSam Rev. W. F. Smith, lately pastor of and of the lowlands mons.' Tho the Christian church, this city, pur- fared inhabitants Cokhix. like the natives of Powell Valposes soon to reside with his aged Our good friend," R. W. Colyer, ley, in this city, who wero rescued father close to Lexington, in Fayette from their homes on horsees a "special" to the Climax the sends Corbin which he says was visicounty, where he will tend a small water surrounding their cabins and fromby the heaviest rain in years. ted "patch of garden sass," as he revery beds. No Trains on tho C. V. road stopped, up marked when he subscribed for the creeping into their throe bridges washed'away, a fourth loss of life is reported, but Clihax last week. Mr. Smith has and thrilling experiences wavering, families moving out, some already had half his time engaged wero numerous. in second story of houses penned in. Many thousands of dollars loss. by the Mortonsville church and will Among the latter may be menCorbin is the best location for easily put in tho balance of his spare tioned that of Mrs. J. W. Smith, Mr. in time preaching in the vicinity. A and Mrs. C. E. Woods and a driver, business seekingEastern Kentucky. locations nearly evParties man of stioug convictions, fearless, enrouto to ery day, and houses not built fast the home of Mr. and Mrs. enough for demand. A number of blameless in personal life, his talents Miss Lucy Gil- Madison people there. are employed in tho Master's work, W. O. Chenault, neo bert, who reside 6 miles from Richand in his success many Richmond mond between the Irvine and Speedfriends will always be interested. well pikes. The party started in a While a pastor hero Mr. Smith's heavy shower and proceeded as far mother died at Frankfort, and such as Warner's branch, which crosses Kestore full, regular action filial sorrow has rarely been witroad nenr Mr. Tom Stagner's ofUie bowels, do not Irrinessed. He was a dovoted son, and the dirt lull ime, but leave in sight of their destination; tate or delicate digestive or to the aged father who remains he almost all the but here they were haulted by tho ganism in perfect couditlon. Try them. IS cents. will bo a staff and comfort in his dePrepared only hj C 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. innocent-lookin- g ome of the Greatest Bargains That Will be Offered by any Firm in the City are now on Sale at the Gladness Comes ef-ior- ts .d One'lol of . beautiful Piques aiitHDucks, white grounds with colored stripes. Dots and figures are . f sv rt . rut ll being altered at oc. per yu. mese roous niaKe ueuuumi waisis ior cnnaren, smrts lor men, dresses and dress skirts for ladies, they have jut been received, being a line that was closed out by us from a large Eastern house, they are cheap at 12c. per yd. 1 1 1 vfc rtt IKX' - -- .j l. Fr .' n well-inform- One lot (about 35 pieces) of Fast Colored Percales in all the new patterns and shirting styles, are being offered at 8Jc. per yd. These goods are equal in quality to any 12ic per cales you can buy. 31-In- ch i WE ABE Oi'FEBIKG FOR A FEW DAYS OPR CELEBRATED brick-hous- "Csiinnibric 36-Inc- Percale" Peryd- AAA Wide in 75 different styles having just recieved, that many new pieces at the very low price of per yd. We have the exclusive sale on these percales in this city, they are a great deal finer, and much better quality than any percale in the market. Call and select what you need in percales while we are offering them at this price, they have always been 15c. per yd. h lie. Sr half-doze- Masonville Ulei.ch Cotton RJP Pyd- fi1!" Brown Cotton, Fruit of the Loom Bleach Cotton Green Ticket Bleach Cotton Hope Bleach Cotton Good Yard AVico KP . . Peryd per yd. per yd. SSS 5c a yd. rp Good toll-gat- e, the-strea- in Bleach Cotton clear of dressing .jr p Shirting Cotton in Stripes and Plaids, fc. a yd. SP$$?SSRK9aSS$SS Lonsdale Cambric and Berkly Cambric, 813cperyd. The prettiest, newest and largest line of Eamburgs and Laces are being shown by ns at the lowest prices in the City. Inter-Collegia- te lI. Get Our Frees on Carpets, Mattings and Oilcloths. W. D. OLDHAM & CO. 4i ill A . I have given Chamberlain's Cou?h Remedy a fair test and consider it one of the verv best remedies lor croup that I have ever found. One dose has always been suflicient, althonsh I &e it freely. Any cold my children contract yields I can very readily to this medicine. conscientiously recommend it for croup and colds in children. Geo. B. Womp, Clerk of the Circuit Court. Kornandina, Fla. Sold by W. G. White. Richmond, Kp. feb3-lm JH JH aonc! Novelties f I 9flAC! 1111 ivUUJWJ l5ll A few months ngo, Mr ISryon Every, of Woodstock, Mich , was badly aillicted wiin rheumatism. Jlis right leg was swollen the full length, causing him great suffering He advised' to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. The first bottle of it helped him considerablyand the Eecond bottle effected a cure. The 25 and 50 cent sizes are for sale by W. G. feb3-lVnit, Richmond, Ky. m ur u Henrv Summers' building in Bards-to- n n was destroyed by fire but he saved The evidence aganst Milt Franklin for his furniture. murder at Trestonsburg is said to be very Tho LColern "Way damaging. to Commends itself to the Mr. Ward L. Smith, of Fredericks,-towMo, was troubled with chronic He h id diarrhpea for over thirty years. fully satisfied that it was only a become question of a short time until he would have to give it up. He had beeu treated by some of the best physicians in Eu rope and America but got no permanent relief. One day he picked up a iiewppa per and chanced to read an adverti.'-uien- t of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. He got a bottle of it, the first dose helped him and its continued use cured him. For sale hy W. G. "White, Richmond, Ky. feb3 lin n, acci-lcutl- do pleasantly and effectually what was formerly done in therrudeat mannerand disagreable as well. To cleanse the system and break up cold, headaches , and evers without unpleasant after effects, use the delightful liquid laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs. Manufactured by Califorfeb3-lI nia Fig Syrup Company. m WEAR. EW USE OF The Jailor of Shelby ville frustrated an attempt to break jail just in time to prevent the delivery. IT .' at narrow-escape- s Tho Host Fatal Bisraso. It is not generally known that more adults die of Kidney trouble than any other difccase. When the first symptoms May-fielA lilto child of Mrs. Harper near of this diseaso appear no time should be cut ofT all the toes on lot in taking Foley's Kidney Cure, which one foot. is guaranteed or money refunded. . feb3-li- n GlaA Tlfiincs to Asthaa Sufi-rc:s9"V. G. White. Foley's Honev and Tar gives quick The rumor started at Hendeison that and positive relief to all cases tiFV. G. Editor Lyne, of the Journal, had eloped d, WE ARE MAKING A SPECIAL OF OUR DADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. 1r s White. List of Letters. and was married proves to have been rouuli baseless. "When your throat feels raw and as if j on had swallowed a piece of sandTetter, and lczema. paper, nothing ghes sulIi prompt and The intense itching and smarting inciTine Tir effectual relief as Dr. Bell's dent to these diseases is instantly allayed Honey. A wonderful remedy for congl R, by applying Chamberlain's Eye and colds and dronchial affections. Pleasant Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases to the taste never failing in result. Get a have been permanently caied by it. It is equally efflciont for itching piles and H bottle a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hando, chilblains, frost bites A Point to Bemsmljer. and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per bos. If you wish to purify your hloo 1 ycu fir. Cailj's Condition Powders, are take a medicine which cures blood dis- just what a horso needs when in bad eases. The record of cures by Hood's 5a coniunon. xonic, uiooa pnriner ana mel-icin- e proves that this is the best vermifuge. They are not food but for the blood ever produced. Hood's medicino and tho be3t in use to pnt a Prico 2o in prime Sarsaparilla cures the most stubborn horso per package.condition. senfc? medicine for you to cases and it is the F. M. Taliaferro who killed William take if vour blood is impure. Day at Guthrie last Sunday, pave bond and was released ye&trrday. Hooi's Pills are the best after-dinndigestion, cure headache. '25 pill; assist IT SHOWS ENTERPRISE. IS cents. Salt-Rheum to-d- ay. er febo-l- m White m ry &... Gibson !gPWatch this space next week. W& m I Mr. I. B, Wilford is to erect a $20,000 The Masons at Paducah are figuring on temple right soon. flour mill at Henderson. building a five-stoMemory is a little treacherous now and Ynjlshould know that POLSY'S S0N3T ani TAS is absolutely J(1 one to forpet th things worth remembering, unless one the best remedy for all disease of tho Lungs, Dealers are lias an experience like that which came Throat, Chest or Moffatt's Creek, Va, authorized to guarrntee it to give satisto Mr. D. E. East, G. White. .vho says "I had been snffering for years faction in all cases. fi"W. feb3-lwith a torpid hverand found no relief unA decision in the bank tax cases i3 Regulator when til I took Simmous Liver I was entirely relieved of my troubles. I expected ery soon. never intend beins without Simmons m Liver Regulator." It That the blood should perform its vital functions, it is absolutely necessary it should not only bo pure but rich it elements. There results are best effections by the use of that w lile-gividlood-purifier, THE SILVER KSIOHT-WATCIIMAINTERESTING MAKES CHANGES. Night-Watchina- n, Somerset wants an oil refinery and has fine prospects of getting it. OPERA BOUSE, iWarch 1st. Lincoln - niem-brain- ous I d If we could trace Dyspepsia to its Send a postal to the Silver Washington, D C, and re- source, it would lead back to onr kitchAjcrs Sarsapt.r- - ceive a copy of their issue of January 7, ens. In fact, the secret of good health is Btandard It which appears in an improved form fcood cooking. If well cooked, foods are illa. general ap partially digested; if poorly cooked, they with a different make-up'an- d Hoods Sarsaparilla is knowe to be :m pearance. A. large amount ot space is are lew digestible than in their raw state. honest medecine, and it actually cures devoted to Congressional and govern- - J Ifjyou are a victim of faulty cooking; that when all others fail. Take it now. It t mental news and matters of a national is you suffer from Dyspepsia, and ration character which eery reformer in the al cure must be looked for in an artifi-qial- lj Tour Preseat Need digested food, and a food which Is pure, rich blood, and a strong a!id country should read. A large corps of approash writers have been engaged to contribute rill at the same time aid the digestion of health v bodyf.because with the of spring and the beginning of warnler articles during the year I89T4 among ))ther foods. Such a preparation virtually weather your physical svstem will un- whom are: Hon. Win. J. Bryan ; Sena- rests the tired digestive organs, thereby All the Jmpuri-tio-o tors Teller, Allen, Butler, Peffer, Petti-gre- w .restoring them to their natural stengtb. dergo radical changes Representatives The Digestive Cordial, as prepared by and Dubois; whinh have accumulated duritn; colder weather must now to expelled pr Towne Newlands, Bell anil Jerry Simp- (he Shakers cf Mount Lebanon, 13 jnst serious consequences will result. The son; Wharton Barker, Esq., "VVm P. St. jneb a preparation, and a single 10 cent one true blood puriher prominently in John, Sir Morton Fieweu, and many bottle will convince you of its value. If i3 Hood's Sarsa other famous and distinguished writers, your druggist doesn't keep it, he, will ke the public eye y is unequal! id. both in public and private life. An ar- glad to get it through his wholesome It3 record of aires Its sales are the largest in the. world. A ticle by any one of these writers is well houser few bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla jill worth the price of subscription, which weeks. Laxol is the best medicine for children. prepare you for spring by purjfying ad m $1 foruilty-tw- o and the Doctors' reeeHimend it in pkre of Castor The Silver Knight-Watchmonriching yonr blood and toning aad. a tt i. Jll. . febSj "mi CuJtsjc oae year forli.' ;o. lb i an J. Carter's Grand 10 Sets of Speeial Scenery. Flight of the Fast Mail. Niagara Falls by Moonlight, with Boiling Mist. Practical Work- 114 Scenic Caboose. The Dive. RealProduc Dago River Scene istic and Steamboat tion Explosion, and other startling THE Effects. OK ing Engine, and Freip-h- t Cars. with Illuminated FAST Admission 35, hah. en- ' it ,.- r, - n 1 i - i - . -- frs iikss&i If K y. . Mr , i ..-.-- - r l &j- - ,', - . . 5W ---, . l till II I-- 50 cts. I ,k.- - d - Ik jafci-- ' " Am Jl iter&'l pJsT--i5- c smSnr Ch" - - r-- " J"!'Jf5 3Vil- y 1 .;,Uhi-- 5. V , ;;' it:-- " yb.:,s! .v.-J- t -- il- -"- (F ilA ' "- PllWIi r KENTUCKY gTae NEWS. A GUN The Father Guards Bli Captive Daughter While the Bride Flat for Her Hui-oanmt WITH d. IF', . v t FP BWM - r . itf jmx VjUxeyvtew, Ky., Feb. 23. Parties arriving hero from "VYildie, Ky., report that Mrs. Thos. G. Parsons, the young HEAVY RAINS bride who was torn from her husband In Kentucky Caosert Swollen Streams Bridges Vashl Away mod Many Fam-f- ll by the irate father, T. C. Rimmel, at Richmond, last week and taken back Kvndered Ilomeleaa. Lexixqtox, Ky., Feb. 22. The North to her Rockcastle county home, is Fork of Kentucky river has risen pining away of grief and a broken nearly 40 feet since Saturday morning, heart. The obdurate parent guards d hoiuo with a and the flood is doing great damage in his shotgun and threatens death to Perry, Knott, Letcher and Breathitt any who attempt to see ha daughter. counties. Jackson, the county scat of the lat- The sympathy of the community seems ter county, is entirely under water to be with the husband, who swears he Sunday night. At lleattyville, which will reclaim his wife at all hazards. is at the junction of the three forks Tarsons, who, it was thought, went to of the Kentucky river, the rise Indiana, is reported to be in hiding in with friends, and has been unusually rapid, and the vicinity of Wildie his friends, it is trouble is feared, as much valuable property is in danger. Reports from Hell county say Yellow said, will assist him to reclaim his creek hits overflowed its banks and bride. FIRST OF APRIL the valley occupied by the boom town of MiddleWboro is under water. Over The Extra Session of the Kentucky Lccls-latfifty families in Middlcsborohave been May Meet. rendered homeless and many of the FitANKFonT, Ky., Feb. 20. If e inundated. business houses politicians here are correct, Trains on the Louisville A Xash-Till- Gov. Bradley will issue his call for the tho Knoxviile Cumbeiland Gap extra session of the legislature within and the Lexington &. Eastern railroads the next fortnight, and that body will have been abandoned, owing to tho assemble on April 1. This much, it is numerous washouts. Uain is still fall- claimed, was fully decided on ing, and as it has fallen so rapidly it is at the conference between tho high water Governor and the general belief that Y. lion. John throughout Eastern Kentucky has done Yerkes, Wednes of Danviile, irreparable damage, and possibly many day, some of the details of which have lives have been lost. come out. It is said on reliable authority that Mr. Yerkes advocated an CHEATED THE GALLOWS. early session and took the position Mnrdrrxr of Marshal Jtrrd, that tho governor could not afford not Jake IHes In Jail His Companion Contrast's. to issue the call. The gorernor, it is Louisville, Ky., Feb. 22. Jake said, coincided in this view. The plan Neace, the murderor of Deputy Maris now believed to appoint Boyle LexinsTtot. Srat by Mslt. on receipt of price. Jij PER BOTTLE. shal llyrd, of Breathitt county, on March 4 and enter Yerkes as a candiEuolc"To Expecunt Mothers' milled free, containing LF.XINGTON, Ky., Feb. 17. narry YlloaUe information and votuaury testinonials. January 15, has cheated the gallows, date before the legislature. Scales, of 259 North Upper street, THC BRADFICLO REGULATOR CO.TLAKTA.GA. lie was taken Jill with measles a week an insurance collector, was sandbagged SOLO DY ALL DRUGGISTS. ago, and it developed into pneumonia. STANGE MALADY and robbed of his pocket money and 25-one of the moonlie was confined in jewelry at 7 o'clock 1 ticsday evening. Out In Calloway Countv, Ky. shine cells at the countv jail awaiting Breaks One Hundred Patients and Several Geo. C Davidson, of Anderson, Over ' triaL The case against him was clear, EXPERT Deaths. found unconscious on Deweese certainly have been and he would Fadccah, Ky., Feb. 20. What for street at daylight. He had been sand?alls From the L. and X. Ilrldce at Cln. hanged. want of a better name is christened the bagged and robbed. elnnatl and Is Drowned. Dan Farler, an accessory, who is also red plague has broken out in Callovyay Newport,, Ky. Feb. 19. Louis The residence of J. T. Hawkins, 61 in jail, made a full statement of tho county. Over 100 patients are now suf- Ilcadly avenue, was burglarized Tuesaged 35, an expert crime Sunday after peace's death. He fering. Many deaths have already day morning while the family was at whose home was in Virginia, but who said Neace shot llyrd down at the fork occurred and more are expected. The breakfast. A gold watch and a diahoarded in Newport, Ky.. and was of a river, which Ryrd was crossing victims are first beized with fever, ac- mond ring were taken. on the new L. & N. bridge, fell JCeace's companied by severe pains and sore with a prisoner, who was C B. Ross dry goods house and J. B. to his death from the roadway of the nephew. The murderer had stopped throat A red eruption makes its ap- P.ogers' grocery were visited by burk at 7:55 a.m., Thursday. them under pretense of giving his pearance on the face and soon extends glars Monday night. No arrests. Chadworth went out from the Ohio some money. be- - , nephew The joints over the whole body. end of the bridge with a wrench to TO SAVE BOARD, come stiff, and in most instances the tighten some bolts on the crown of the CRATORICAL CONTEST. limbs swell so that the afflicted ones I: Is Claimed an Old Woman Was Cruelly span. When half way out and about 50 feet nbove the water his toe struck The Executive O.mmlttc- - Decides to can not move. Physicians arc unable Murdered Hold the N xt On- - at Lexlncton. to correctly diagnose tho case or treat HorGENviLi.K, Ky., Fob. 16. Tho a projecting bolt. Lexington. Ky., Feb. 22. The ex- it successfully. j lie tripped over it and, after a desperexaming trial of Jesse Loval and wife ecutive committee of the Intercollegifor the murder of Mrs. Kitty Warren, ate attempt to regain his balance, fell Victory for Liquor Men. ate Oratorical association met at the Intense feeling headlong into tho river. Sevoral OwEXsnoito. Ky., Feb. 20. A local is now being held. I'hocnlx hotel. The committee decided option election was held Friday in the prevails, but evidence has workmen saw him fall and boats were the that after this year the annual inter- city and county. Twenty-nin- e enough to hurried out to the spot where he precincts n it progressed far collegiate oratorical contests shall be out of 31 give the wets 3,270, drys 2,501; indicate the strength of the struck the water, but his body was held in Louisville. The contest for majority ior wets, 679. This is the prosecution. Loyal is 09 years old, his swept under a barge and has not been 1&97 will be held in the Lexington recovered. firfat election ever hell in the county n ife is So, and the murdered woman, opera house. April 2. was 84. They on local option, and the first in the Loyal's mother-in-laMISS BRECKINRIDGE An amendment to the constitution, constitution. hod, it is alleged, made attacks on her the changing the number of judges from state under rang new Successful In the First Step ot Uei during the dav and previously, and it is claimed they Vr ere Church bells alalden Case. five to six. was made. The petition of women prayed for the cause. tired of supporting her. and killed her college, at Lkxixgtox, Ky., Feb. 19. Hiss the Kentucky Wesleyan to save the expense of her board. The llreckinridge, Kentucky's Winchester, for admission to the assoArthur I'latt Coming Over. murder occurred in this county ten first woman lawyer, was successful ic FitAXKroitT, Ky., Fab. 20. Gov. Bradciation was refused on the ground that days ago. the first steps taken Thursday in the additional speakers in the contest ley received a telegram Friday from The Cochran Murderers. fir&t suit she has filed. It will be rejwould occasion a great change in the of State Olney, saying that Mt. Sterling, Ky., Feb. 17. The membered that last week she brought urogramme already made up. The a cablegram had been received by the examining trial of the Cochran murwas adjourned to March 1L meeting stitc department from Ambtssador derers took place Tuesday. Bury Hay- suit against Charles isSwigert for Mrs. Swigert, who asking foi Uayar.l, announcing that Sheriff Gross, wood was held until April circuit court divorce and tho custody of her three th O. & M. Komi. Judgment Ky., had sailed for New Ky., Feb. 22. Judge of Lexington, without bail. Hawkins and Chambers youngest children, Eva, Ilarry and Louisville, York with Arthur I'latt, the extra- were released on S2.000 bond each. Lurton, of the United States circuit dited murderer, in charge. Ernestine. All parties appeared in Smith and young Shepard was dis- court Thursday and Judge Parker orcourt, Saturday morning awarded the charged. United States Trust Co., of New York, The Case dered the three youngest children to judgment against the receiver of tho Dead at the Art oT 03. Fkankfort, Ky., Feb. 20. The court be given to the mother and allowed Chesapeake. Ohio & Southwestern railSekgext, Ky., Feb. 17. "Uncle" Jas. the father to take charge of the twe of appeals Friday morning revised the road for S90U.9I4, being principal and case of Stone, au iitor, vs. West IJ. Wil- Fieraon, aged 03, the first settler of oldest children, Elmoro and Frank. interest on defaulted equipment bonds. son, clerk of the Kenton county court, I'ike county, lied Tuesday morning, The children wero present during the The equipment of the road was or- holding that Wilson'j fees are limited and his wife, aged 93, is at the point of proceedings and the scene was a padered sold to satisfy the trust com- tofj.COJ. While this suit applies to death. Seventeen children and 500 thetic and dramatic one. pany's claim. It will be bought by counties containing a population of descendants to the fourth generation FOUGHT OFF DOCTORS. the Illinois Centr.il, which now op40,003 and 73,030, it may affect survive him. erates the road. the Louisville cleik. Archie Stamper's Desperate Suicide In Ills Dropped Dead on a Iisft. Mother's Presence Out of TCorlc Tomkin8Vii.ee; Ky., Feb. 17. James Aft-- r the W.ter Woris. Knifed a Gunrd. Lexixgtox, Ky., Feb. 19. Archie Cox, a ra.t pilot from Albany Landing, Fhaxkfokt, Ky., Feb. 22 Attorney Ky., Feb. 21 Capt. A. Frankfort, aged 21, committed suicided Gener.il 'iaylor is preparing to go aft W. Brewer, a n guard at the Ky., while piloting a rnf t to Nashville Stamper, companies in a half penitentiary, was viciously assaulted dropped dead of heart failure while at the home of his mother, Mrs. Ellen er water works dozen or more cities of the state The by Henry Burse, a life prisoner, who the raft was ncaring Flynn's Lick. Ho Stamper, on east Main street, Thurv He day night, by taking morphine. companies are refusing to pay taxes on took offense at some order given him leaves a wife and several small chilwas despondet because he could not corporate franchises, and the at- by the guard. Burse used a knife, and dren. their find employment. After he had torney general has asked the auditor cut Brewer on the arm, but was over- Ilratton Sues for Damages. drug he threw the empty for information upon which to base powered by other guards who camo to Ky., Feb. 17. Thos. taken the Versailles, had contained the suits Bratton, who was arrested and tried box, which his mother's lap, at ten Brewer's rescue. grains, into the She Tonic Ltariannm. for forgery at the instance of Randolph same time telling here what he had Frrsidrnt JtrKnlj;lit cures Bond. Kv-- , Feb. 22. Annie Darnnll and was acquitted Tuesday, done. Physicians wero called, but he HrxDEKSOX. Louisviixk, Ky., Feb. 20. J. M. Mcdaughter of Solo- Knight, president of the German Na- brought suiffcgainstDarnall to recover fought them eff until the drug had Muir. the mon Muir. a farmer living near Ueech tional bank, gave toed Friday after- 82,000 damages. overpowered him, when the efforts ol Grove. McLean county, who had been noon for 512,000. His sureties were Ulshop Dudley Iletter. the doctors were useless and ho died. reproved by her mother, took the Mrs. Catherine Woodruff, & J. Ileinig i Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 17. Bishop His father was killed two years ago in scolding so much to heart that she and C J. MeKnieht, his son, to whom Dudley, who has been quito ill at the a railroad accident. took laudanum Friday night and was Mr. McKnight transferred his real residence of Mr. S. D. Johnson in this found dead in her bed Saturday morniKENTUCKY Y. M. C. A. estate, in order that he might go on city, is considerably improved, but is ngnot yet able to return home. the bond. Joseph Serena, of Covlneton, Elected an Injured br a Dyninnita Cartridge. Assistant Secretary. Sold as a Vagrant. Acquitted of Illgbwsy Itobbrry. Feb. 22. Ky., LAwnESCciiuno. Frankfokt, Ky., Feb. 19 Tho sixth Paris. Ky., Feb. 2a Sol Williams, a Ky., Feb. 17. W. P. Lexington, While playing with a dynamite cart- well known Xegro gambler, who was annual convention of Kentucky Young ridge at Tyrone, the hand of Oscar, recently sent to the penitentiary for Mayfield was acquitted Tuesday after- Men's Christian association, in sesnoon of the chargo of highway rob- sion here, effected a permanent son of William two years for stealing a watch last the Uaulr.ey, was torn to shreds, one eye summerln Lexington, and was killed bery. It was alleged that he robbed organization and elected the folput out and the other perhaps injured at the Frankfort penitentiary, was Joe Goldberg while drunk. lowing officers Thursday night: Presfor life by the explosion which fol- sold in this city about a year ago as a n ident, John W. McGee, Louisville: lOO Tears Old. Said to e lowed the boys placing a match in the vagrant, for S26. His brother bought Georgetown, Ky.. Feb. 17. Mra. vice presidents, J. A. Curry, Lexingcartridge. Cinda Tomlinson. the oldest woman in ton, and A. D. Cole, MaysvilJc; secrehim. Kentucky Woman Tirdoned. this county, died near Stamping tary, W. C Paige, Henderson; assistant He Bounced. Dr. hcott to Lexington, Ky., Feb. 20. By a Ground. She is believed to have been secretaries, Josoph Serena, Covington, Fraxkfout. Ky.. Feb. 22. Mrs. Eland I J. F. Linnon, Kethel college, len Parker, of Paris, has been par- gentleman connected with tho govern- more than 100 years old. About 300 delegates are in by Gov. Bradley. She was sent ment of the eastern Kentucky Lunatic doned Her On Hundredth Birthday. 30 asThe reports to the penitentiary in li94, along with asylum, it was given out Friday, that Lexington, Ky.. Feb. 17. Mrs. Polly attendance.in the state and show mema total her husband, for the offensa of detainthe res'gntioa of Dr. W. F. Scott, Cloud Graves, mother of Cashier James sociations ing a woman. She was in such feeble superintendent of the institution, will M. Graves, of the City national bank, bership of 5.05L health that he had to be carried from be requested by Gov. Bradley before celebrated her 100th birthday here Kidii-- y j March 1. Kn.les Smith Henri. the prison on a stretcher. Tuesday. Lexington, Ky.. Fob. lfl. Sidnoy The Aiford Tallur. Ileevy ICatns at Lancaster. Lexington's Largest. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 20. A schedLexington, Ky., Feb. 17. Tuesday's Rodes Smith, the next oldest person in Lancaster, Ky., Feb. 22. The heav-ies- t 12 months fell here Saturule of the assets and liabilities of C F. clearings of Lexington's banks were the city of Lexington, died Monday, rain in Gov. M. C S102.946.93, the largest of the year. aged 9L He was a brother of the late day night and Sunday. Reports from Aiford, father of B. Howard Smith, one of Kentucky's the country say creeks and streams Aiford, who recently made an assign boldier statesmen. Corbett lu Carson City. are out of their banks and many cul- ment, was filed Friday afternoon. AsNew Hulldlnc for Newport. Kj. Carson CiTr, Nev., Feb. 17. Corbett verts and bridges have been washed sets, S13.903; liabilities, 522,600, of which S15.000 is surety debts. Feb. WASiiinaTON. The Ohio and party arrived hero Tuesday mornaway. ing. There was a large crowd at the and Kentucky river appropriations and Convict Killed by u Guard. In tin Flood. t Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 20. J. B. depot, but the champion dropped off 50.000 for commencement of the Ky., Feb. 22. Late , post ollicc. included iff the sundry states that James Willis, a guard at the penitentiary, the rear end of the train and was half news from lazawell Chadwell, wi e and children were shot and killed Saul Williams, a Negro way to the hotel before anybody knew civil bill, passed tho house Monday. had alighted. After resting at drowned in Powell's river. The flood convict from Fayette county, Friday he hotel ho was driven out to inJ'rae the bank and caught them in morning. Williams had attempted to the the training quarters at Shaw burst 10. A LouisLouisvili.k, Ky.. assault the guard, with whom ho had spect was swept away. their house, which ville medical college is preparing anti Springs. bad tome nrevious trouble. IVlll Sell Coal by the Ton. toxinc for free distribution among the Csn't Vote for lrsulentlal Electors. MANDATE ISSUED Lexington, Ky., Feb. 22. LexingDoor in cases of diDhtheria- Toi'EKA, Kan., Feb. 17. The lower ton coal merchants have decided to n the .Ttrkson nnd tVstlln Cases ty ths house of the state legislature has Cleric of the Citnrt of Appeals. nell coal by the ton in future. The Wll giving the right to Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 10. The man- killed thevote for presidential electTHE MARKETS. cause of this action was the arrest of ivomen to in the Jackson and Walling casos ors. several for selling 72 pounds to a dates were issued late Monday afternoon by Cincinnati, Feb. 2a bushel. Indorsed Newport's Man. FLOun winter patent, 16S183: do fancy, the clerk of ths court of appeals, who To Sensitive. Ky., Feb. 19. The re- U2J3K0; do family. J3J0O3S0. extra. 12.75a Carrollton, NicuoLAsvir.i.K, Ky., Feb. 1C Be- will take them over to the governor publican county committee met Thurs- 3.20: low grade. spring patent, cause he was reproved Kt church by Tuesday morning. The governor is day and formally indorsed Hon. George M403173: do fancy, $17iail3.do family, 140 370. Iter. Sawyer and afterwards n'bnked very busy right now over matters con- W. Leiberth, of Newport, for collector. WntiT-N- 'a 2 red is nominally Quotable at by his mother Walter Overstrcet, aged nected with the alleged mismanage- The vote was overwhelming in his fa9390a on track. Siles ot sample red, track, 22, aud the son of n widow, left his ment of the asylums, and may not take vor. at8c Corn Sales: No. 2 wnlte at 23Jic; No. 2 yelhome at Little Hickman Friday night up'the matter of fixing the execution Called to Canton. day at once, though he may do so Tueslow at 23c: No. 2 mixed at 23c. nud a crowd is searching the woods Ky., Feb. 19. It is said Frankfort, Sherat Oats Sales: and cliffs for him. Walter left a lock day, as he knows the wishes of neces- here that Gov. Bradley has been sum- white at 17c: No. Injected atmixed No. 17c: da 2 mixed I7y,e: 2 white. of his hair and a note saying that he iff Pltiifitnur, and it will not be 23c; wolgat. at sary to delay the matter for a confer- moned to Canton, and that he will atHogs Na 2 mixed, light and choice 17c. pickers , was going to kill himselfT Mis disap make tho pilgrimage inside of the next t3.G0&165:Select butchers mixed packers'. 11503155: compearancc was auuounceil at Uobcrts ence with him or other Campbell coun- ten days. mon and roach, tl 0)3.15: llcht shippors aad ty officials. chattel Sunday. cood fat pljs, 13OJJ10O lbs. $14333.6; common A Uequest for Yale. to good pigs. 110 lbs. HOOa 33. VERY SECRET, Mtvonslilners" N. Y., Feb. 19. The will of Lebot, Cattle Heavy steers, fair to good, J3.7SQ Lkxinoton, Ky.. IV b. 1C. Dputy Rut Our. ftradley I Nesrly Keady to An4.65: choice to extra, $175 3. 03; cool to Wm. Lampson, who died here recently, United States Marshal Georgo Drake nounce Chances. choice 3 852443: fair to medium. $3.2333.73: was read Thursday. After making a common to ordinary, 2.533100. oxen, SL75Q catne down from the mountains MonLkximiton. Ky.. Feb. 10. The cliday in charge of 14 moonshiners, to be max of Inspector lister's recent In, few bequests to friends and servants 4.0a aggregating 23,000 the will provides Shbkp and Ijamb3 Sheap Extras, f L1SZ tried in the federal court at Louisville. vrstigation of the affairs of the : cood to choice. $J.50ittlO: common so nbail go lie had with him albo 20 witnesses to Eastern Lunatic asylum is immi- that the residue of the estate is toYale university. The estate valued fair, 5iS0&3 23: yearlinffs, Sl0)3l5a Lambs the killing of Marshal llyrd by Jake nent-, (iov Extras. 5.10: good to choice, IL50J5.00. comBradley spent home mon to fair. 3.5J34. 5. Neace and Dan Farler. in Breathitt time Monday morning in consulta- at $1,000,000. SS.50: Veai. Calves rood county, January 10. The charge tion with Superintendent Scott. What 'Trimmisgs" is the term under light, $325a23; Extra, and fair to $3.5021 Urge. common against Noace ami Farler will bo is uot known, which aichoholic drinks are disguised 5.00. transpired between them by the federal grand jury but it is conjectured that as a result of in the bills English ladies run up at Wool Unwashed fine merino, 10511c par clothing, 13&Uc: the talk several changes will be made tho London department stores, accord- lb: quurter-blo- clothing. 3.1(s: braid, medium, delaine and 12213.; in the institution's .staff. The board ing to Salvation Army investigators. trams S35.000 Damages. Washed, flco medium combing, 14215a, 13c; medium clothing. 15318.:; KEWroiiT, Ky., Feb. 1& Lambert of commissioners met Monday night. Had Marlcmansblp In Kentucky. dolaine fleece. 15 ;16c: lonz combin;, 16317a; Benner, of Newport, who was hooked Absolute secrecy as to what transpired Lkxixgtos, Ky., Feb. 19. Buel quarter-bloo-d and low, 13 a He: common in the eye "by one of the late John is maintained. choice. !9c Short, William Short and AV. B. Tay- coarse, l3I3c; JIauck's fancy breed of cows, has preTranklln on Trial. NewYobk. Fob. 20. lor had a duel with pistols on the NewWnSAT Na 2 red. March. 81c: Mar. 81 pared a 25,000 damago suit against Ky., Feb. 10. The caso town pike, five miles from this city. Paintsvii.i.f, June, 81Hc: July. 79Jf&8)3-li3- c the estate. of Milton Franklin for the killing of The Shorts were fortified behind a Ny Corn N'o. 2. ?.30?io: Msy.30,S. Thomas Stafford was called in the stone fence, while Taylor took refuge Knltrlts of Pythias. Oats Western. 2130:; May,2tjc. Lexington. Ky., Feb. la Tho first Floyd cpiitity court Monday afternoon. behind a tree. Sixteen shots were exCaiCAOo, Feb. 2a Wheat Pobruary, 7J5ie: Mar. 78;4"(j7,'i o district meeting of the Knights of Prosecuting Attorney Ralph Itoolcn is changed, but none of them took effect. 71 jfc. 73,4c: Pythias ever held in Kentucky was the being assisted by lion. Frank A. Hop- The trouble grew out of a transaction j bid: July.February.September.May, COBS 2!Jc; 24c; July, one which convened In the Merrick kins, Walter S. Darkness and Robert DCiwecn ino men involving a cow. 25Jfc: September, 26,0. of the Patrick, a brother-in-lalodge building here Wednesday. A. Oats February. 15fe: May, 17JJo askod: July. 18c bid. Licenses Cnt OT. deceased. Tin; defense has rotained Heir i'st Office In Kentucky. EiTTsnrncnM.Pa., Feb. 20. T. G. Fitzpatrick, Louisville, Ky., Feb. 19. TEo auWashington, Feb. IS. A post office ConTessman-olee- t Cattle Prime. Jt.90G5.lO: good. H. 634.75; and K. L. Kazce. ditor's agont mide a report that a tidy butchers', K154.Sr fair, 93.633100: hi ilovirl iaa been established at Park, Barren 'i ie Monday afternumber of disordely houses were sell- bulls, stars aad cows, IE. 03&3.5O. jury i.,is t county, with George A. Walton aj j l3.E0g3.83; medium, b;r.t noon and the taking of the evidence ing liquors of all kinds without a postmaster. ; pigs, Yorkers. heavy. will begin Tuesday morning. Frank- state license, and it was on this report l3.55d3.6Q; f3.7Sft3.80: . roaihs. &50X3.25. IjOssm by yiriv. lin, who Is only 17 years old. stabbed that Judge Ritchie issued ah order SHiiP Prime natires.f 4.1534.36; good. tlJ9 Richmond, Ind., Feb. laTho ijara, to death Thos- - Stafford, aged 23, in that they were to be barred from 94.10; fair, S&36$3.75: cull3toooramoB,.tUes of Henry CI Fox burned. !he loss yai tke courthouse yard at PainUrUlQ on licenses, as -- the Kentucky statute JJ8: choiee Jambs, 095.28; cwas&Q to coed. - k were pUUl TO tlie subject , the aicbt P Pecsmbar. 24.185, .. ' ! ' . ' Commonwealth. Latatt Xetrs From All Futi double-barrele- . ur well-inform- ed a-- t Xc JOHN W. YERKES KL r-I! Called to Frankfort to Consult With Gov. Of the Defunct German National Hank In nradley. the Custody of a Marsh.'. Fraskfout, Ky., Feb. 18. John W, Louistiu.k, Feb. 17. Jarae Yerkes, of Danville, arrived here president of the suspended and about which such tender recollecmorning at the instance of Gov. ' tions cluster German national bank, is in custody of Bradley, and the rumor was at onco a deputy United States marshal, being as that of started that he had been settled upon unable to give bond on two warrants "Mother" for appointment as senator. charging him with misappropriating she who Mr. Yerkes was seen in the executhe bank funds and with conspiring ho was waiting for watched tive office, where of the board of sinkto misappropriate Raid funds. The our helpless the adjournment warrants were sworn out by District coninfancy and ing fund commissioners to have a Attorney Smith who also had one isAT mSSiliKStb( ference with Gov. Bradley. 2 2a sued for Alderman F. A. liritt, who is guided our "Who is going to be appointed sen' charged with aiding and abetting Mr. totter ator?'' was asked. first . MeKnieht to commit the alletred of-ing step. "I am not hero on business before fences, liritt was arrested Tuesday me J Mm? Tha iife of tne court 01 appeals, out came at afternoon and furnished bail. Mo instance of Gov. Bradley. I don't I every exKnight surrendered and brought two know who will ba appointed senator." bondsmen with him, Col. John Whal-le- n It is known that Yerkei' conference di- -, and Gottlieb Layer, the latter a Mother is is along that line, and he may be ap- jf sensation In the throat la Instantly J? rector of the German national. CoL with pointed. beset renevea uy ut. neu s et Whallen is already on Mclvnight's bond, Honey a wonderful remtxiy for g danger. on a warrant charging him with mak- -I COUPLE MARRIED coughs and all troubles ca ised by g Inflammation of tho mucoui mem- ing false entires ou the bank's books, Whllo the Groom's .Mother Lay Prad at branes of the throat and respiratory fj but he and Mr. Liyec could not agree -. Ills HumJ organs. A purely vcgetablo com- - :jj POU&U, Ifc CUJIUUUS IlUlUHl UUb I1UUI- - f 9 on their separate liability on the LooisviM.K, Ky., Feb. 18. While ingnnd invigorating medlciml prop- - ? bondH in the new cases, and at 9:30 so assists Nature in the change taking his mother lay dead in her cofliu, yet crtles. It Is guaranteed to cure the li Mother is unburied. Ilenry F. 'Wrocklage, Wedo'clock Tuesday night Judge Speed, place that the Expectant 3: most stubborn coughs its cil as i asinina, nroncmtm, sore mi oat, ia ' turned the prisoner over to a deputy enabled to look forward without dread nesday morning went to St. John's Grippe, whooping cough, antl croup. jj marshal to be taken to jail, lie will, to the hour when she experiences the church, at Clay and Yalut streets, 0 however, probably keep him in a hotel joy of Motherhood. It insures safety and was united in marrsae to Miss. over night. lives at 1103 HanLena Hemerle, who Pine-Tar-ffon- ey Tuesday's warrants grew out of the to both Mother and Child, and she is cock street. discovery of a S2,000 note in the Ger- found stronger after than before conMrs. Elizabeth Wrocklage, mother Is sold everywhere at Uc, b We and fl.ua a. tottie, or g man national bank signed by Alder finement in short, it "makes Child of Ilenry Wrocklage, died Wednesday will be sentupoii receipt gj man tr. A. unit ana i. v. uceaer. it. birth easyJ. as so many have said. morning of consumption. Tho family - 55 of price by Don't be persuaded. Use nothing but of the bride said that it had been the The E. E. Sutherland becomin"- due a few davs acra. Tho . Mcdlcino Company, wish of the groom's mother for the loan was made by Mr. McKnight after l'adocah, Kentucky. r3SS2fa 'swiwmwhjwj wedding to be celebrated on her birth"Cnj" Xebslh. banking hours, aud charged that tho day, and that they thought it was money was used for questionable pur"My wife suffered more ia tea rainutia with proper to proceed with the wedding 27-eltber of her other two children than Bho did poses. altogether with her lR!t,bavinK previously used tinder the circumstances. Wrocklage bottles of "Mother's Friend.'' It is a lour is under twenty years of ago, and his A BUSY NIGHT to anyone orpecting to become a mother, wife is a year or two older. Have Murderous Thukh and Burglars In says a customer." HKNDsasOK Dale, Carol, 111. president Mcknight -- ht, There is no Word so Full' of Meaning a MMiiiiiMMiM(MiMMJIMiiMstf A (S llit : 1 Wed-nesJ- ay jK2p I w ifftSBprPis - tfggK II 11 KJkiA f (fK(X fFEE iAIfci (fv(f5ssm(PMii4 HiM Nl.rrl lif7 WFira M-I- W nnnnnnn ttnnnnniwKXKilX nnn g Ilf (jBfa 3 MflilP pectant .t0bw x' i Tlmt ! SB telling attack on ( he-- . To bring the mone- saving public to our store ness unlooked for even bv the most exacting. Our constant endeaver to pu.sh t,, quality up and crowd the price down brings the knowing shopper here and mak . E5KX values. - this the ' E Ficklinsf DR. BELL'S arnitiire Store In Central Iientuckv. Mantel Beds. Chiffoin.-ialways have the very latest designs, Upright Folding-BedSepai-atall in Ash, Oak, Curley Birch and Mahogany. and s, e Bed-Steads, Side-Board- S12,-0- 00 'Mother's Friend" ftAf?,n iJW"ItUlflli s, Maple att PrtrPC in 0ak Walnut aEd Birds-EyQuUac ajultvo til till iiivvo received nearlv everv dav. and bv so e a doir - -. t; i I 1 Dressers, Bureaus, Secretaries, Chiffoniers, Hall Tn is. i' ture Moulding, Chairs, Easels, Screens, Mantel Mirrows, Center Tables, Extension TV. Springs and Mattresses in designs and quality to please every one from happy litti. to the crank' old maids and bachelors. Book-Cases, , "Mother's Friend" 26 bless-in- K 24 Ind-wa- s IRON-WORKE- R Chad-wort- h, iron-worke- r, era-ploy- iron-wor- J i Jacksox, Ky., Feb. 17. Newj has Just reached here of the killing of one Miles Harnett, on Saturday evening, by a man of the name of Trustee, in a 3. he remote section of the county. trouble originated over a dog, about the ownership of which there had been some dispute. The officers havo brought Trustee to town and lodged him in jail to await the examining trial, which is set before the county judge Thursday. Gtmblcr l'laysd. Lmtand Snlcldrd. Louisvillk, Ky., Feb. IS. W. C. Karins, aged 23 yean, died at the city hospital at 5 o'clock Wednesday morning from the effects of morphine taken with suicidal intent. lie was a victim of gambling. Tuesiay night he told Os- car Doll he was going to play at Gable's, with S10, and if he lost he would kill himself. He played, lost and kept his promise. Tow-bou- A Dog Onuses a Tragedy. SUPPLY THE TRADE Our factory hi Laurel Street in Richmond is now running, acd we are of tlie prepared to till orders for 'yyr'Vrj mil um m (3 Os g iiuuici &l urlyBirch, n Mahogany and Willow, m-:it- tr,Irn, Oak, I "Mi m ol B 1 1W," " m Just received, fresh and new from the factories have caused many expressions f .;. and. wonder to see such goods sold in Richmond. Don't fail to come and see the little Desks, we have just received for tha ladies in Oak, Curl Birch and Malmjr.my. . . U. oi "hir Jul ii V 32 1 If Z4. We are always at home and qlaA to see you at any time whether you vrish to bny or Very Respectfully, not, so don't fail to call. I Brands, three graJes. "We can save yon money. Send us a trial order; vou will Espe-- j be j:lail with onr products nally pleased to hear tioni country merchants. White 40- j Floss, Eucha man x jDisrsrersi A i It, t Sec.-etttr- -- be-tue- en well-know- Pa Tine A 11. Kv.. Feb. 18. The tow- boat John D. Lewis was burned to tho water's edge Wednesday morning, while lying alongside the dock at Owen's island at this place. The boat was valued at about 515,000, and will be a total loss. Tho fire was caused by the overturning of a stove in the cabin. "Wants Daoinee tor Ills AVIfn's Affections. VAXCKBtrno, Ky., Feb. IS. B. F. Tully.a wealthy farmer of this county, filed suit in the circuit court Wednesday morning for S10.000 damages against Squire Marshall, a merchant of Cotlageville, this county.for alienating the affections ot his wife. He also sue3 for divorce. MrKntcrlit UuHblo to Civs Itnl'. Louisvillk, Ky., Feb. is. President J. M. McKnight, of tho suspended German national bank, spent ths day in the United "States marshal's office, still being unable to furnish bail. Unless he secures a bondsman by noon Uhursday he will be taken to jaiL I'rintnrs Slrlko at I.rxinctnu. Lexixgton, Ky., Feb. IS. Printers on tne afternoon Argonaut walked out "Wednesday morning because their new foreman from Cincinnati issued a rule against printers appearing in the offico while drunk. Xew men wero procured and all cases filled. Mother uml Daughter DMtt. Cyxtiii.vsa, Ky., Feb. IS Miss Jennie Moore, aged 10, second daughter of of the Col. W. M. Moore, house of rcpresentttives, died at 4 o'clock Wcdnes lay afternoon of broner Ilarnod. Richmond, Ky. nev line of Coffins and Caskets jnst from the Factory and several new desigEs BRIDGEFORD'3 ralflrSIsfrSrafSilTSM ECONOMIST RANGE. SEK THEM! EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE THEM! i-'s-Si mwmimm HE PAYS THE ljEinpBraTBrRjJg 1 & HiJEKt 'ij (?i Isnil-"'-. Psrii-ifglgn:-- a 1 s iSJ7ti IM urea T " 4wit,G- iitnrar 99 - JLilVW FREIGHT. . . . T3 TOD PAY FOR THE . . SALE OF H id A . Mm.v T".pr-Sij-r ?i.5itSfi,Ti iKr.jiiiaisA -- - J6UCSJ ljiJai X W1! t'S I I n W a m 1 iii 1 1 v ' DRINKS. NO. 5 SECOND oots fe I AND hoes ir STREET, RICHMOND. KY. .S..-i- ; 5rv5rv5''a.,:Si.a. Plione.No. 3. .. CO NEW 18 YORK K WORLD, EDITION. 156 BQBEB SOLD lfl DY -- i THRICE-A-WEE- Pages a Week. 990 dC99 Papers a Year. RICHjV.OrsD. j j j I S- - chitis. Her mother died from the same disease last Thursday. mm mm U.Tpsules. bu. West Liberty, Ky., Feb. IS. Congressman Ihcs. J. Fitzpatrick, of this, the Tenth congressional district, has appointed Clay W. Wornack a very prominent business man of this place, as his private secretary. Tal!tafrro ItlrAied cm llond. Wnrnscii m H0K. C. T. CALDWE1.L, of Parkcrsburg, W. Va., Kecom- mends "Wrights Celerj' weekly" papers in Grst among size, frequency of publication and freshness, variety and reliability of contents. It is practi- - j cally a daily at the low price of a wtekly; and Its vast list of subscribers, extending to every State and Territory in the Union and foreign countries, will vouch for the accuracy and fair- J ness of its news columns. It is splendidly illustrated and among its I special features are a fine humor page, c- haustive market reports, all the latest fashions for women and along series of stories by the' greatest living American and English authors. It stands J prjg For tlie next THIRTY DAYS we will resell gardless of cost to make room lor Spring Stock winch will soon be in and ask yon to come and get teem at almost yonr own price for CASH. Gnr Annual Clearance Sales are Tery popular, ss we have always given value received. We are prepared to meet lowest prices on groceries of all kinds, for cash. Boots and Shoes .EL"-- . I CONAN DOYL3, JUCOME IC. JECOMI!, Stanley Wetmav, j ) Maby E. WiL.iiys, ' Astiioxy Hope, Bert Haute, Ilr.ANDEtt Matthews, Etc. We offer this unequaled newspaper and THE CLIMAX togctherone year for $1.75. The regular subscription price of the two paqers is SJ.OO. 28 man mot RICHDIOND, 1 KENTUCKY, seven-year-o- ld charged with the killing of Wm. Day at Guthrie Sunday gave bond here PAKKCKSnURG, W. and was released. His bond was fixed January 20, ct 10,000. 'Jhe examining trial will be held hero Thursday. The Wright Mkd. Co., A Elktox, Ky.. Feb. ia F. M. Tallia-ferr- ?JJS afgppiarirslIa sfTyjaKJg KiSfSlSISfrUTf' sppEraaRalarrasralralipa wi srII STrli (Sj 5 f?. : I mm "". I janlT-l- w -- V ,, 1995. J. EXPERIENCE. 30 YEARS' ll-.v- It-e- Rus-sellvill- e. I ex-Lie- ut 115. Cr-wn- ed New-por- Middi-ksboro- Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen. I have been usinj: sold to T. L. Riddle, of Eagle Falls, W. Wright's CeWy Capsules since NovemVs., handsomely matched pair ot ftHSMI TRADE MARKS. trotting mares by Minnie, ber, IS94. and find tliem to be aa recomDES1CN3, dams by Ed Kimball and King I first beiran taking them mended. COPYRICKTS Ac. Anyone sendlnjr a sketch and description msy for S1.0UO. while at Hot Springs. Atk. under treatquickly siccrtaln. free, whether an Inrentlon la protntbly patentable. Communications strictly ment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and coufldentlaL. Oldest aeency for securing patents The Fth r Vfus Aroused. In America. Wo hare a Washington office. Patents Glasgow, Ky., Feb. IS. It now de- Stomach trouble. Constipation which I spocial taken through Munn & Co. recti r a notice In the found the velops that the daughter of had been a long sutlerer. I SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, a humble farmer in Metcalfe county, Celery Capsules gave me :reat relief who charged him with being the au- from the beginning and have used them beautifully illnstrated. larttest clrcnlatlon of any scientific Journal, weekly, terms $100 a year; f I JO sir months. Specimen copies and Hixa thor of her ruin, falsely accused her ever since. With pleasure, and unsoparent A rrob of citizens, hearing licited, I recommend them to ary and Book om 1atext3 sent free. Address MUNN & CO., this statement, have gone in search of S01 Broadway, New York. all oufiering with like aillictious oreither the guilty party. 7 of them. Very truly yours, To Investigate an Election. CiiaklesT C.M.nir.i.L. Who can ttlnk Lexington, Ky., Feb. lO.One of Wanted-- An of some simple tntoKtopatinit? Sold by T. S Ilagan, Druggist. Trice Dnited States Marshal Blackburn's Prrjfcj6hm ()(- - ther may bring you wealth. deputies is hero and will Friday begin 50c ents and $1.00 per box. Call at drug- Wrim Tnnr WEDDEKDtJRN CO Patent Attor neys, Washington, O. C far their I.S0O prize effer summoning witnesses he.'ore the fed- store and get free sample. G-aud list of two hundred lnrentlocs wanted. eral grand jury at Louisville. It is understood that an investigation of the recent election is to be made. Danville, Ky., Feb. rlr of Trottitrs. J. T. Mock 18. four-year-oAl-mo- I !7VflJiM 2S-2- I oea0caoeaeeceesceoa97os$o$'33e9Q 0a0ossawoaaee'0 3e9ea .......a q...................... ................ ....' fi . -- - .tl oeseao essoin & - - a ? sae o- ld 09e- - Flly eo e OOS 90s- e- 4II $ - vrcr ei rf u. K-- rA j - S9 MX .fust opened on Secon il wStreet bv . e S9 .. 9! - S wi S &' w v-- P' jn-r- z at the stand re- cently occupied by T. AH poods low-- ;fNKA.Chenault. r- - sS cs s c as es so os CO a (t a - I .new and sold as in Hie Oc Idea So. c e S3" A : i --V- WWV 7ir- market for -- S ec-- o W1 SP I kCASU. 9 13 03 tea ag ser? CO 9 ca o 9 Antl-Toxln- a. Senator Frye Tuesday proposed an amendment to the sundry civil bill, providing for the retirement at the age limit nf officers of tho revenue cutters pay. on three-quarters e.. tills terrHl disease? TT ! written to refund thivmoney ifhnt rnrcO. Stalled to anr adrunranteo with dress ou receipt ot price. Ibo Japantse Pile Cure Cumpaify, bU'Paul, iilna, JCSrSoId hy "W. G. White, DrngRest, Kiclimond, Ky. h -- e We have no boc s can therefore andvL-'II BsU7 k 7C--1 IBB ...ait cc y .tea 35 09 rill rare nil kinds nf Piles. 'WliyfiaffeT-TTltO'Sl.OO boTes, 0c. anil 1 sir box. G for S5. j&vjp ej Jjjianese Pile Ointment. 25 and buc. per dox. Japanese urer Pellets, 50 pills25e- 1 yZ Vs-- A "laj PMjSl - Lowest Prices for CashB &. newwJs X --- .HTl M y n& SL ttS&ii&tJ FORtg All goods fresh the city and a supply received dai ly-Qa.- ....eo s ac4 a C9 eC tea D. CHENAULT& CO. fy a ---- cy cd 9 ) SO 30 8 0 a Wj 11 JJCL The undersigned has three separate small firms n hich ho offers at private sale separately or together. All three are bituated at ..O 0 -- o 06 v. :; eo 9 Trl. WHITE'S - STATION, 0a9sesee9aos3ccea WILLAR v f3coooeooeef--Has "'"'''"el,"i'w,eeee"l"le"ltlf"l' oaaoasoaaeeeeee 4.3-3- on, the vrateri o! Silver Creek. They contain respectively and 1G5 acres, and ere well Improved farms. There is nratereil and no better land in HaJi3on county, most of it Largest Livery Feed and THE Sale Stable in Eastern Kentucky. Successor to Collins 33-- 11 bcin? BOTTOM LAND.-- It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., all within a mile of White's Station Tost Office, ten miles Lorn Itichmoad. TERMS Sale will be made cash, balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, address one-thi- rd Recently & Been Converted Into a Modern Palace ol Fox, Halls. and Entrance are Marble and Tiling of the Finest Quality. Richmond, Ky. 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Fleers - - 0c" l.Ei-l.MJ- PARL0KS m AM) UPl'KI. HALLS. - - Brli- - Geo. D. White, feb3-t- f 8J7-16- o: White's Station. Ky. w -- 'Wit m ;;i.25iN ADVANCE. Wl THE GRCATTST DISCOVERY Of THE Ace- Offices and Dlnlng-Roo- Beautifully Decorted and Hantly Lighted - w imp-tnele- Hoos--Pri- M.6a&3-65- AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CTJIIE .4XXJverrou iNmuw Failing 23e3i orr.Impoteiicy. SA"ple3snes3,etc.. caosM br Abnw or other Excesses asd IndisThey ouleJtly ctntl surelb cretions, restore Lost Vltnllt7 In oldorTonss-sno- . fit a men. for stcdr, buslrrass or marriage. 'Ir0vent .Insanity find Consumption it iaxra in time. Their nae skews iomedi&ts iaprOT&. stent and e Beets a CtJKE where all other fall. opoa burins the genuine Aim Tablets Ther hare cured thousands and w! cere jott. We etro a Enarantee to effect a care CA PTQ tn each caw or Tatend the money. Vrlce WW V 1 Wi per paccsEc; or six rsnea uau treatment) zor tsuu. dt mail. In plain wrapper, npon receiptor price, llrcnlsr '""-AJREMEDY CO., J2Jg-- ir In-e- it 1 X rVIADE ME A SVIAm BUST'S 'al-war- - Its Equipments throughout are without a Superior in the South, rate DFT.. GBTTOH BOO! iND P'U Original Si fa 1 IMMiL ' dress os receipt ll-i- reltnbls end always asXlurDr.Iiasw'sJ no male rennymyal fall and never lnlara. P.1LLS Gitisa seine of ' rt -- " i , -- I J" J- -. For sale la Rlehtaond, - Ky,. 'by Hajran J & " I J f - -- si ".".' '. - ! - J -- Ill .,T -. 5!lk "lAG.WlHee.Drd,,lUcUi .. I! Apcsltrre prercnttrs. Cin tp ftfA. f.l3liKl iV carried la Test pocket, all cost- fottoa Rooij and plete In en ssall passage. Mailed tAlftf Un Pills. TherlBCTer Mallecltoahr&d oa receipt gi "i bj. i ei.vu Er-- ti r fce BK 2le!ae Co EU Paal. atlas. " -1 jLfi t (INJECTION. 1 .Cure In 1 to 4 days. lmo dlato In effect; tjulak. tc cor. Have. Been Expended in This Recent Improvement. .... Charges ConsidcreiJ. .... o"7":b:e3 $io7ooof St V rr-- of u.r "- PTT .;? rJ-- . - y - !.- - - r- - . II Vv ik E -- - " " .' LAl. aiV It - - '" . - A . ' ,L, ' " r J -- y ; . . Ur-,.- ' . , RHTES S2 yi .S'' .. T.s - $2.50 PER k:it - DHY Villi?, Jr., n Mpi. r li - U u . - - . 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