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K KENTUCKY NEWS. rba Latcat New From All Farta of t&a Commonwealth. ALONZO WALLING Hakes a Form l Appeal for III Ufa to Got. ItrartSry. Ky. , March S. AIoqzo Walling- has made a formal appeal to Gov. Bradley for clemency. In a pathetic letter to the only power that can save his life he has told all that he says he knows concerning the crime for which he is under death sentence. Cast down in despair over Scott Jackson's failure to make a full confession and thus save his neck, as he promised, Walling has albo broken the strange influence which his companion has held over him, and his efforts will be hencoforth directed in his personal interest only, lie has abandoned all confidence in Jackson, declaring that he no longer believes the latter intends to keep his pledge tosare him by telling the true story of the crime. Trains iorth and ast Annulled. Louisville, Ky., March a The Pennsylvania annulled all trains north and cast Saturday on account of the Indiana flood. The Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern started a train for Cincinnati at 10 o'clock Saturday morning and will try and get one to St. Saturday night. The Louisville, New Albany & Chicago scut out a Chicago train via the 11. fc O. S. W. and the Big Four, which is open all the way. The Cumberland Gap tunnel of the Louisville & Xashvllle has caved in again. Passengers arc being transferred. Nearly Drttrn to Death by White Cap. Stubgis, Ky., March 8. Three Negroes named ltarnhill, Jones and Simpson, were brought here Sunday night almost in a dying condition from the effects of a visit by white capsto Rock Springs, Webster county, Saturday night. The Negroes were shot and whipped; another Negro was badly beaten. The settlement of Negroes at Eock Springs were warned ten days ago to leave, but they refused to heed the warning. Cyclone In litli Countj. Owixosville, Ky., March S. A cyclone passed over the northern and eastern portions of county, blowing down houses and barns and uprooting trees. Two barns on the farm of Clay Donan, each containing 15.00C pounds of tobacco, were blown down and their contents strewn by the wind. Several other barns were completely destroyed and others partly sa Murder at Ilorer, Ky. Dover, Ky., March S. Saturday morning at an early hour II. A. Ewing, employed by the Crane Lumber Co., of Cincinnati, shot and killed Isaac Griffiths, of Logan's Gap, in a dispute over some logs. Deputy Marshal Martin, of Ripley, follow cd him to this place, where he was arrested and taken back to Ripley. Griffiths lived at llets on Corbett. Lexington. Ky., March 8. At Horsemen's headquarters Sunday afternoon Milton Young and Bryon McClelland engaged in a discussion of the relative merits of Corbett and The result was a bet. Young wagering 5100 to McClelland's S73 that Corbett will best the Australian FrUoners .Kscpp. Lebanon, Ky.. March S. The Marion county jail uas broton at an early hour Ssunday morning, and six prisoners made their escape The delivery was planned by m. DanieL The doors were broken down and all escaped bnt one man, who was charged with drunkenness. Dmp rtto III Own I.lfo. Hixdmas, Ky., March S Kit Bolton, a desperate character, who has been evading arrest 'or several months, was found dead in this county with a bullet hole in his temple. It is believed that he has tired from running from the authorities and coinmmitted suicide. Nw Telephone Line. Lexington, Ky., March a The East Tennessee Telephone Co. has decided to string a line direct from Lexington to Cnattanooga. on which it is 51,000,000 will be spent. The work will be begun May 1, with a force of 200 men. Senator AA ootl in aatilncton. Washington. March a Hon. A. T Wool, the recently appointed United States senator from Kentucky, arrived here Sunday nijht and took rooms at the Ebbitt. He will appear in the senate chamber and take the oath of office Monday. In Garrard. Lancaster Ky., March a A terrific wind and rain storm swept over this section. Trees and outbuildings were considerably damaged. Reports from the country say much daxage was done to shocked hemp and fences. Jn a Condition. Minci.EHUKO, Ky., March a Mr. A. T. Royalty, who was postmaster at Liberty for 40 years, is in a dangerous condition, as the result of a falL Mr. Royalty is So years of age. Will Sooa 11- a II and red. Seim.man, Ky., March a James B. Ireland, of this place, will, on Jure 4, celebrate his 103th birthday anniversary. A celebration will be held in honor of the occasion The High Hat lllll Vetoed. Louisville, Ky., March a Mayor George D. Todd placed his veto upon the anti-theater hat ordinance, which was passed by the city council at its last meeting. Two Xecroeii KeceiTa Life Sentence. Mayfield, Ky., March 8. The two Negro murderers, Oscar Sanders and Jimmie Williams, of Wingo, have been sentenced to imprisonment for life. Fell Down the Cellar atnlr. South Bend, Ind., March a The wife of Police Commissioner Patrick Sheekey fell down the cellar stairs and was found lying in a pool of blood with a gash in her head. She lies unconscious and the result is undeterminable. Dnith of Chae. St. Louis, Marcn 2. Edward Chase, manager of the St. Louis clearing house, and one of the most prominent financiers in tins city, nied at his residence on bouth Broadway, Monday, aged 73 years. Mr. Chase was born in Taunton, Mass., in 1S24, and came to St. Louis in 1817. lie lias bern manager of the clearing house 27 years, and in all that time he never took a vacation. Hlrthtlar. Austin. Tex, Marcn 2. The celebration on TuesJay of the independence day of Texas will this, year be made more than usually interesting by the presentation to the .schools of the state by the Daughters o' the Republic of the pictures of (Jan. Stephen F. Austin and Gen. Sam Houston, styled "The Fathers of the Commonwealth." Three Chlldru llornul to Dath. FAKTHEKJ'ouvr, Que., March 2. At Rimouski the houses of Evariste St. Pierre and Lob'e Michaud werejjurned. St- Pierre's three cnildren, aged two, three and five, were burned to death. The cause of the fire is unknown. St. Pierre and his wife had gone out to visit neighbors, locking the house doors and leaving tho children in bed. Railway Safe IJIown and Cobbed. Dallas, Tex., March 2. The Gulf, Colorado &. Santa Fa Railroad Co. 'a safe in the station at Garland was blown open and robbed of 51,000. The burglars used an electrical apparatus to blow the safe. Petzb O'Bbien, a U. & O. trackman, was killed at Volcano Junction by falling rock, while working at a landslide. At Bluefield, John Pendlow stabbed Maurice White the other night at Pe- - tersviUe. The trouble was over a girL White will die. Pendlow is under ' NEWT LANE On Trial for the Murder of Col. (toden baaghaud Eon, Acquitted by tho Jury. Vebsailles, Ky., March 2. William Newton Lane is a free man Monday the jury in the oaso against Lane charging him with the murder of CoL Henry C Rodenbaugh, brought in a verdict of acquittal at 5 o'clock Monday vfternoon. Lane, who was sitting with ' his wife and sisters, betrayed just a little nervousness as the 13 men filed Into the courtroom, and when the verdict was read he gave vent to a cry of joy. Lane left immediately with his wife for the home of his brother-in-law, Robt. McConnell, three miles south of Versailles, where they will spend the night, and Tuesday will go to their home in Fayette county. The killing for which Lane was twice tried occurred at the Hotel Woodford. August 5, 1893. Lane had I been a guest of the hotel, and while he was intoxicated an altercation occurred between Lane and Col. Rodenbaugh, ? proprietor of tho hotel, and Rodenbaugh's son James over a board bill, which resulted in Lane's shooting both father and son. Lane claimed that the shooting was in self-defense after young Rodeubaugh had drawn a pistol on him and Col. Rodenbaugh had struck him. At the first trial, a year ago, the jury failed to agree, and Lane was given his liberty under 57,500 bond. Iroblnjr Three Klltlncs. Matfiei.d, Ky., March 2. March term of circuit court met here Monday. Judge Moss issued rigid instructions to the grand jury demanding that a thorough investigation be made of the mobs .here last month. The cases to bo investigated will be tho shooting of Geo. Finney by the mob and the killing of a negro boy as result of, the race trouble, which occurred after tho lynching of Jim Stone, the negro who assaulted Mr. Greene. Sensational developments are expected. A Narrow Escape. Paducah, Ky., March 2. Two fast passenger trains over the Illinois Central, running at a high rate of speed, by some mibtake ran past the sidings and met near Wickllffe, Ky. One was loaied with mardi gras excursionists and the other had a coach of officials among tho "cars. The speed of both engines was reversed in time to avert a terrible wreck. As it was the locomotives wore touching cowcatchers when stopped. Ilia Kxtra bemilou. FnANKFOirr, Ky., March 2. Gov. Bradley arrived here Monday night and his proclamation calling the legislature in session is expected to bo announced within the next three days. It will assemble on either March 10 or 18. Mr. Hanna urged the governor to call an extra session of the Kentucky legislature, because only a properly elected senator would be seated. Jickion and Watlloc to lie Removed. Covington, Ky., March 2. Jackson and Walling will be removed from tho Covington jail to the Alexandria (Campbell county) jaiL Judge Helm so decided Monday, and an order notifying Jailer McKuight was received Monday night- Ihe thonge will bo made in the next day or twti. and is a direct result of the laxity that prevailed toward the prisoners in the Covington jail. Stock Trader' Couvenilon. GlexwooI). Ky., March 2. A convention of stock traders, representing the counties of Boyd, Lawrence, Carter and Johnson, will be held at on March 12. The association represents over SI. 000,000. itec Iv.d ital loaiiil. Paducah, Ky., March 2. Lawrence Johnson, aged S, foil from a lumber pile while playing and received fatal wounds. Arr.ste.l. Cli .th Harder. Evansvii.i.k, Ind., March 2. Robert Moore, aged 20 ye trs, was arrested near Boouville, Ind., charged with the murder of Nicholas Trautvetter, aged li) years. Trauivetter's body was found Monday morning on the road-s:do about ten miles south of Boon-ville. The young men were rivals for the favors of MUs Schick. Moore is the son of Warrick county's wealthiest farmer. THE ROTHSCHILDS Are Reported to lie In the Kentucky Combine Sld to Hare Folly 88,-000,000 at Itt Hack. Louisville, Ky.. March C. H. J. Cardeza, of Philadelphia, who is one of the prominent whisky men in attendance upon the conference here, says the contemplated whisky combine will have fully SS.009.090 at its back. It is said that the Rothschilds, through the Belmonts, will put up a largo part of this money. Tho committee, composed of Messrs. Roach, Moorman and bherley, which was appointed to formulate a plan of combine, has been instrncted to be ready to repert at another conference to be called "within a few w eeks. A Cyclone In Eastern Krntncky. Louisville, Ky., March C A cyclone did considerable damage in east central Kentucky Friday morning. At Winchester several buildings were unroofed and three new ones demolished. At ML Sterling the great McBrayer distillery was unroofed. The Louisville & Nashville round house at Rowland was wrecked, and property suffered severely at Stanford. Louisville, Ky., March 0. Western Kentucky was also in the storm's path. In Christian county a Negro was killed by the blowing down of a barn and two others were fatally injured. Near East Christian Rober Hall, a farmer, was fatally injured by a piece of flying Umber. Senator Wood Gnlne to Waahlneton. Louisville, Ky., March 0. Maj. A. T. Wood, who was Friday appointed senator, arrived in Frankfort Friday night to have a conference with Gov. Bradley. He will leave for Washington Saturday night Mark Hanna's dispatch to Gov. Bradley advising him not to appoint a senator was published In the newspapers, and it "was learned Friday that Gov. Bradley wrote him: Send me no more telegrams. They are public property. May Hang on HI Child' Testimony. Paducah. Ky., March 6. The testimony given by his little eight-year-old daughter, who witnessed the deed, Robert McGill was Friday held without bail on the change of murdering his wife at Ragland, this county, on February 15. The child was the only witness to the deed, and her testimony was all that was introduced connecting McGill with the crirae. He was defended by Hon. Charles K. Wheeler, Congressman-elect. Cur. Bradley FIU Call. Louisville, Ky., March C. Gov. Bradley Friday morning appointed Maj. A. T. Wood, of ML Sterling, United States senator to succeed BiacVburn. The governor also issued a proclamation calling an extra session of the legislature March 13 to elect a senator for the full term. River at XxnU villa main?. Louisville, Ky., March 6. The Ohio river is rising one-tenth of a fojt an hour owing to continued and heavy rains. Another flood is expected. TERRIFIC WIND. Considerable Dtmtce Done at Cairo, I1L, One Fatality. Cairo, I1L, March 6. A terrific wind storm swept over this city at about 5 o'clock Friday morning, and for about ten minutes the velocity of the wind was about 55 miles an hour. The roofs of houses and barns, trees, fences and signboards were badly wrecked. ne in tin outskirts of the c ty so Lad.y damaged that a stove .overturned aud set lire to the building. The baby of Cesar Pettis, colored, was burned to death. Several other Inmates were serieoaly burned. The wiad storm was seeeapaaied by a heavy raia aad t 3r MAJ. A. T. WOOD Appointed United Statea Senttnr From to Succeed J. C. b. Louisville, Ky., March 4 A dispatch from Frankfort says Gov. Bradley has appointed A. T. Wood, of ML Sterling, United States senator from Kentucky to succeed J. C S. Blackburn, and that the appointment will be announced Thursday afternoon cr early Friday morning, bt John Boyle, of Louisville, was offered the appointment, but he declined because he is the republican nominee, and he will prosecute his claims before the extra session, which will elect a senator for the full term. Maj. Wood was the republican nominee lor governor against John Young Brown six years ago. The call for an extra session of th6 legislatura has been prepared without date. It is said the governor has decided on March 10, but that his opposition to congressman Hunter's candidacy for senator may cause him to set a later date. JAMES RUSSELL Arretd for a Cnran Committed Two Tiars Afo lie IId Ilecn In Hiding Ei.Kton, Ky., March 4. Iho sheriff of Told county and o posse Wednesday morning arrested James Russell, leader of the gang that in 1S95 shot and tortured Howlett Howton and murdered his son. John noiwton, near Princeton, in Caldwell countj". Russell has been hiding since tho crime was committed, and there was a large reward offered for him and his Bud Gregory, who was a member of the band. Russcl.'s wife and mother have been living at the Russell homestead near here and at daybreak Wednesday morning the sheriff's posse surrounded-the house an I Russell was found hidden la a secret closet built in the thick wall. Uhis closet could never havo been foun 1 except for information given by someone living In the family. The prisoner will bo taken to Princeton for tr aU JACKSON AND WALLING Taken From the lorlnRtnn Jail to tho Oneat Al-x .mlrla. Covington, Ky., March 4. At 8:25 Wednesday morning Scott Jackson and Alouzo Walling were delivered to Sher-ff Plummer, who conveyed them to Alexandria. .Neither of them had slept much during the night and they arose very early aud w ere shaved by a Negro fellow prisonor. Jackson was cheerful, but Waiting's face was serioua as the old Covington jiil was left behind. Both men expressed regret at leaving the jail and could not understand the reason therefor. It is stated from an apparently re-1 able source that the execution of JacKson and Walling may take place iu the courtyard of the Alexandria instead of at Newport, as has all along been indicated. KENTUCKY DISTILLERS "Will Make n Final Attempt to Form a Combination. Louisville, Ky., March 4. Final nttempt will be made Thursday to form a combination of the distilleries of Kentucky. Officials of the American Spirit Manufacturing Co., who are behind the scheme will submit a to form a stock company to buy and operate the distilleries. It will bo 25 per cent on c ish, 25 per cent in bonds and 51 per cent in preferred six per cent guaranteed stock and l'JO per cent in common stock to be held in trust until it reaches par. The amount of the capital stock and bonds has not been made public. "Big Seven" Want Pardon. FnANKFOKT, Ky., March 4. Councilman R. O. Brcuer, the Louisville "Big Seven," nccompanied by G. F. Weikel, called at tho executive office Wednesday in company with Assistant Adjutant General Forrester. They said their mission here was to interview the sinking fund commission about the penitentiary chair contract, but it is learned they are seeking a pardon from Gov. Bradley before conviction, for the Louisville aldermen and under jndictment for engineering the alleged water works steal. Ilronfht Hack to Princeton. Princeton, Ky., March 4. James Russell, chargod with complicity in the celebrated Howton mob case, having escaped, and for a feint of whose death a coffin of rocks had been shipped from Texas, has been captured and returned here Wednesday night. Ills Wife. MiLLEBsnuRG, Ky., March 4. Ben Bradley, colored, gave his wife an apple containing strychnine. She died in a few minutes. Bradley is under arrest awaiting the coroner's inquest Hotel Iturned. Ce.tr.lia Citv, Ky., March 4. Tho Sandusky house burned Tuesday nighL Several guests had narrow escapes. Loss, 522,010 Strike Feeling In New York. New Yoiik, March 4. The strike feeling among the East-Side cloak-makers is increasing in intensity. It is denied by the executive committee of the United Brotherhood of Cloak-makers that a strike will be called in all the shops at the same time. The pope is allowed for his personal wants about S103.000 annually. A regular allowance is also made for other dignitaries of the Vatican. The cardinals receive 5140,000. Other expenses are; For poor dioceses, secretary of state, 8200,000; and ablegates, S3OO.OO0; support of schools and the poor, 5240,000; administration of the Vatican, 5300,000., The total expenditures for all puposes amount yeany to more thanSl.400,000. The income is received from many sources. Strange to say, Italy contributes the smallest part of the The United btates sends among the largest amounts of money. A newly patented car brake consists of 'a shoe fastened to the car above tho wheel so that the weight of the car helps to apply the brake to the wheeL v Accidentally bhot. Winchester, O., March 6. W. C. Smith, 18, was accidentally shot by a revolver carried in his trousers' pocket, inflicting a bad wound. The ball was extracted. Shot nil Wife and Then Suicided. Columbus, O., March 6. Bartley Kinsleman, a laborer, aged 40, living at 733 Livingston avenue, shot his wife, seriously injuring her, and then 6hot himself through the heart Shops Cloasd Doirn. Washington, Ind., March 6. At noon Friday the B. &0. S. W. machine shops at this place closed down until next Monday morning. Five, hundred men are affected. The reports of the health officers show that since the beginning of the bubonic plague in Bombay to the present time there have been 8,383 cases and G.978 deaths from the disease. James Kusseil urmorsu. Princeton, Ivy., Russell, lodged in jail here Thursday for complicity in the Hon-to a mob, was transferred to the Christian county jail Thursda night, but more on the crowded condition of the jail than fear of mob violence. Gtvsn a Life Sentence. Hopkinsville, Ky., March 5. Robert Coleman, on trial in the circuit court for the murder of Edwin Long, in a quarrel over a woman, near this city last August, was found guilty-and sentenced to tho state penitentiary for life. Wanted a New Dress. Dxston, Ky., March 5. Cora John,-son, aged 15, d&ughtor of G. W. Johnson, attempted suicide by drinking half ft bottle of laudanum. She want ed a mw draw, hat yn. reused. Hr rco wyi MHrtfaU Who CanMeasttre The influence of the mother I It shapes the course of unborn sounding through all coming ages and enters the confines of Eternity. Ylith what care, therefore, should the Expectant Uother be guarded, -and hosr great the effort be to ward off danger and make her -life happy. 'Mother's Friend" JLllays relieves the Headache, . .Cramp3 and and so prepares the system that is made easy and the time of recovery shortened many say "stronger after than before confinement." It insures safety to life of both mother and child. All who have used "Mother's Friend" say they will never be without it again. Ho other remedy robs confinement of its pain. "A cmtimer whoofl wifo nsod 'Jlothor'a Friend, says that It flits had to cro tbroncU tho ordeal again, and there v.cro but four bottles to be co'kwMMOOjOOpor bottle, ho would heve them." Geo. I.ATrON,Dajton, Ohio. Sent by M!l. on nrctpt of price, f I m PER BOTTLF. B. TO "EXPECTANT MOTKrRb" mild frt conttinlae vila&blo Information and Toluaury teiumonlaU. THE BRADFICLD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA. GA. bOLD BY ALL DaUUSGlSTS. '.'.:-24 SENATOLIAL QUESTION Cauies a Rapture Uetweea Got. Bradley and Senator Mark Il.tnna. Louisville, Ky., March 5. Gov. Bradley and Mark Hanna are at odds about the senatorial question. The following telegram which was sent from Frankfort Thursday afternoon is self-explanatory: "Hon. Mark Hanna, Arlington hotel, Washington. I stated in the Commercial Tribune more than two months ago that no session would be called until March 4. 1 told you that a session would be called immediately after that date. Hence your dispatch of Thursday asking me to call session immediately is unwarranted. The session will be called Friday, and that act will be influenced alone by what I conscientiously believe to be tho best interest of the public service. "W. O. Bradley." The governor declined to make Hanna's telegram public and said he would not talk about the matter. Asked what time he would set for the extra session Gov. Bradley said with some warmth that he would do as he blanked please about the date. A friend of Gov. Bradley gave the following details of the executive differences with Hanna: "Hanna was made to believe that Bradley intended to appoint a senator and then fail to call the extra session all to beat Congressman Hunter, who wants to be senator. First came a dispatch from Hanna advising against an appointment, but in favor of an immediate extra session. The governor replied courteously but went on an prepared the appointment of Maj. A. T. Wood as senator, and it will be announced Friday." The governor is said to be very angry over Hanna's telegram Thursday. HIS FREEDOM My Tie Gained by Georrjo IJlmlnrr, Chxrceil AVlth Mnrilrr. Bowling Gree", Ky., March 5. It is now not thought that George colored, will be indicted and that he will bo given his freedom. Ho admits killing Jadic Conn, a farmer, but says that he did so to protect his own life. Conn was one of a vigilance committee which had ordered Diming to leave the neighborhood and went to his house to carry out their threat. Thoso who were with Conn are afraid to testify, and no witness has so far been before the grand jury. Diming is now in jail at Louisville. If an indictment i returned he will be brought here and guarded by stato troops. CAME TO A CRISIS. Gov. ISradley Receives and Accepts Dr. Resignation. Frankfort, March 5. Gov. Bradley received and accepted the resignation of Dr. Ben Letcher, of the Hopkins-ville asylum. Letcher requested the resignation of the first and second physicians on account of disagreement and it neon-geniality. The governor refused to remove them, but Dr. Miller, the first assistant, resigned. Hence Letcher resigned, as he believed it for the better management ol the institution. The governor has not named his successor. AFTER A PARDON. Alonro Walling' Attorney Makes a Call on Got. Ilradley. Frankfort, Ky., March 5. It is learned here that Attorney George Washington, who represents Aionzo Walling, will be here Thursday or Friday, and will ask a personal interview with Gov, Bradley in the interest of securing a pardon. Talk of him bringing a confession of some kind to back up his claim for a pardon is current. sV"""J IB???: Two Pardons Granted. Frankfort, Ky., March 5. Gov. Bradley Thursday morning Issued a. pardon to James Downey, sent up from Mercer county in October, 1896, for manslaughter. On the pardon was written: "Jury, recommending pardon, say that the killing was done with strong provocation, and there was much evidence showing it was justifiable. A jury that would fix a man's sentonce under such evidence either failed to do Its duty or It failed to do it now." The governor also pardoned Centeas Bowling, a life convict from Clay county. He had served 14 years. Kentucky Not Represented. Washington, March 5. Kentucky was not represented in the inaugural parade. The Garfield club, of Louisville, failed to come and the Covington and Newport boys did not arrive until one o'clock Thursday morning, so they were unable to get a place tn,the procession. Watklns Is Recaptured. Lexington, Ky., March 5. Richard Watkins, tho Negro wanted by the federal officers. Tucker and Phythian, who escaped from the workhouse here on learning that the deputy marshals had ox warrant for him, has been recaptured and returned to the work- hnnu. An Editor Marries. Paris, Ky., March 5. Mr. Bruce Miller, editor of tho Bourbon News, and Miss Jessie, daughter of James M. Hughes, were married at the Christian church Thursday nighL Noah Franklin Again Arret-d. Owessboro, Ky., March 3. The March term of the Marshall county circuit court convened at xUenton. Much interost Is centered in the cowardly assassination of Daisy Sullivan on October 30 last"" Noah Franklin, tho young man who was secretly tried and acquitted at tho time, is under arrest again. Miser FonndDead. Louisville, Ky., March 3. George Clemmens, a miser, was found dead on tho floor of a garret io. tho slums Tnesday morning by the police. JThe cause of "his death-is not known.! Ho was .seen ' alive jMonday sight JThe woaiaavhollvewiih him pearea, aaa w m .peii.j V" ri -" i- (J-l J ! . J 13' ". " i " 3 C - J MARCH 16, The Data Set for the Kxtra Session ot the Kentucky Legislature St. John Ilnyle to He Appointed Senator. Frankcobt, Ky., March 3. Gov. Bradley has determined to issue bis call for the extra session on Friday, and tho blank date in the call has been filled in with the words "March 10." At the time the call is promulgated an appointment of senator, fat. John Boyle, is also to be made. This was tho programme Tuesdav night as given to a correspondent 1 an authority second only to Gov. Bradley himself. The senate steering committee, through Mr. Hanna, followed up tho telegram of Saturday night with a letter giving at length reason why it thinks an appointment unsafe, and urging a speedy call of the legislature. To this the governor has replied by mail, saying in substance that, knowing the complications surrounding the republicans in both houses and the danger of no election, he is unwilling to run the risk of losing the senator-ship to the republicans entirely, and therefore insists on making a temporary appointment. OHIO RIVER Reaches the Danirer Line at Paducnh and Other Kentucky Points. Paducah, Ky., March 3. The Ohio river is now covering the lowlands in tho lower Ohio valley. The recent rains have swelled the flood tide here and at points above. Tho river reached the danger line at Paducah at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning. Forty feet is now registered in the bottoms in the city. The suburbs are all Hooded, and many families have been forced to move out. At New Liberty, 111., and Golconda, I1L, handsome business houses and residences are threatened and great distress and anxiety prevails. Hundreds are already homeless. New Liberty is entirely cut off by the water, and boats can not land. THE MEXICAN MISSION Relieved to Be Abont What Got. Uradley Would Take. Frankfort, Ky., March 3. It is reported on the authority of some of Gov. Bradley's very close friends that he desires the appointment of minister to Mexico under the new administration. His name will be presented to McKinley for the place and it is believed he had this in mind some weeks ago when he announced that such things might occur which would lead him to resign as governor. Ho has always had a fondness for the Mexican mission, and was an applicant for it under Harrison. TRIAL OF CASHIER SHIPP. Tour Indictments Aealntnt the Alleged ILinkwreckar. Versailles, Ky., March 3. The trial of Wm. M. Shipp, former cashier of the Deposit bank, of Midway, who, with Bookkeeper Charles Stone, is charged with wrecking the bank and embezzling about S00.000, began here Tuesday. There are four indictments against Shipp. Scene at a FuneraL Louisville, Ky., March 3. A woman named McDowell made a scene at the funeral of ''Governor" W. N. Brown Tuesday afternoon, at the residence of the bereaved family, 9iS East Main street. She was refused admittance to the house, but she persisted in thrusting her presence into the place of mourning. Finally the police were telephoned for protection. The woman claimed to have some right to share in the sorrow of the occasion. RAILWAY TRAFFIC At LoutsTllle Cut Off by High Water-Ohio River RUIne. Louisville, Ky., March 6. rive railroads were cut off from Louisville Friday by the heavy rains in Indiana. Every line north of the Ohio has trains scattered all ovrr Indiana between Louisville, Chicago, SL Louis and Cincinnati. The Louisville, New Albany &. Chicago and the Baltimore &. Ohio Southwestern had no trains in or out. "The Big Four train from Chicago, which is due at 7:30 a. m. arrived at one p. m. The Pennsylvania only succeeded in getting in one train, and the St. Louis line's service was badly demoralized. There were five washouts on the Pennsylvania, but they were repaired by 5 o'clock. The Big Four had a washout between North Vernon and Greens-burg, but all trains will run regularly Saturday. The Louisville, New Albany and Chicago has a wash-, out near Bloomington and two of its trains arc tied on the Pennsylvania and Big Four in a vain effort to reach Louisville over those tracks. The Baltimore &. Ohio Southwestern has three b.id washouts, but the damage will be repaired in time for the movement of trains in the morning. The Pennsylvania startod out a Chicago train Friday night. The Ohio was rising Friday night at the rate of four inchos an hour, with IS feet 4-10 inches on the falls. THE MARKETS. CiNCtHWATl, March fi. Pr.oun Sprlnj fancy, JJ.7i3l.l0: spring family, tlOJlTO: spring patent, H 2511.70; winter patent. tlSo&l75. fancy, 4.15I30: family. il317J: extra. $i7J3XI9 low trade, UWff2 70; rye. Northwestern. ,2.i5ji7J. do city. MoiaiTJ. WnicAr No 2 red Is nominal at Me. Corn Sales: No. 2 mixed, track. He Oats Sales: None. Hogs Select butchers', (37533.83; fair to cood pickers', $3652-175; fair to good ll'sht, U6"A0. common and rousts, tt 10-51 U CArrtr Fair to Rood shippers', 13. 6 J it-13: choice to extra, ti 65 a 5. 00; good to choice butchers'. 117531.25; fair to medium tll0365; common. I2.5023.0a SniEP and Lambs Sheep: Extras, K S3 175; good to choico. $l7iSll3, commoa O air, 1:503350. Lambs Extras, J5 25ii5.35; rood to choice, Jt"ji.l5; commoa ta fair, tisoatsa Veal Calvis Pair to rood light. 1515-5 500, extra, fS.25, commoa aaj Urge. 12.753 Wool Unwashed, fine merino. 10211c per lb: quarter-blood clothlnz. II file: meJlum lelalne and clothing HJUc: braid. Uilij; medium combing, ll&lc. Was aad. fins -X to XX. Uc. medium clothing. 15415c; lelalne fleece. 15010c: Ion; combing, l&3I7c; quarter-blood and low, 13$lJe; common, soarse, 11313c; tub-washed, choice. 19c New YonK, March 6. WHEAT No. 2 red. March. 83Sc: May. 8!S RSiJic: July. 8011 September. 77Hd C0B! No. 2, 2933)We: July. H330 Oats Western, i0u.3ic: May. 22a CniCARo. March & WnEAT March. Tie: May, 7070Hc b. July, rJKc: tieptember. 71j3. Cons .tiarch, -3ic: May, 2lo a; July, I5j;c a: September. 28a h Oats March. 16c; May. 17Vo a. Pittsdukgh. March 4 Cattle Prime 31 8J310J. gjjd, 14 5x3170; :ldy butchers. fair. U'.OttOO; Dulls, stasand rows, $1.8333 SJ. fresh cov7 ind springers, Hogs All grades selling at 1 19014.00. SHEtP Ohio fed westerns, ft 0i3 4. SO; prima satires, 14 30.34.41. good, f U0&4.3); fair, 13 CO 3390. common. tZ.GJQ3.40. choico limbs, $5.00 fohft cocmca to good. HUii,48i, veal calves 18.0036 i BLUE y GRASS 1 lpil ISW" HSU Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Pull stock ot Ornamental and Fruit Trees, Grape Vines, Asparagus and Small Fruits. We employ no agents, but sell at living prices direct to the planters. .. Telephone ia ofice. Strawberry and general Catalogues on appli cation to I.F.ItiraiEYEl. fmHH aBHHHEtHBBvaMsK'vajsH ' ' v ' H "r - 7f c t z ' I r - XssssstsssMssssssaJ B? J2 Vjjf VJ CT V!L2 5 J2p - . Hf aBBBBBBBBsaaaV MbHbbbbbbbV hjA jJh:(?fA irA ks K&. CTHUS --' SzTtSl SuUn'JEE BQiS rE4iPsJ 181 J- K sHlBi virjflalB 111 I&a ByJiE7' IS 0W!s Ee IIySI M zf? Croup, whooping cough and colds are quickly allayed and danger averted by OR. BELL'S PINE-TAR-HONEY This famous remedy will cure an attack of croup in the time it takes to find a doctor. Every home should have it ready for the time of need. It is an infallible remedy for all bronchial and lung affections. oM hy rtruireUts st 2Sc. SOc I nd It per sent direct on receipt ol price by Tk E. K. S.lhcrU.4 MHUUe niarak, Ij. Mill III III III llll ill! I l Ml III III . -READY TCl SUPPLY THE TRADE Our factory on Laurel Strett in is now runninjr, and we are prepared to fill orders for twist of the 1 "Mi ol Rickmnl," ! "1. M. C " Hi lair ol Jacks" Bramlp, three grades. We can save ynu monev. Send us a tri.il order; you will be jIad with our produits. Especially pleased to hear from country merchants. White ' Ross, 40 Richmond, Ky. BRIDGF0RD'S ECONOMIST RANGE. SEE THEM ! EXAMINE THEM I PURCHASE THEM I SOLD IN RICHMOND. BY WW CO. BON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. P.vRKEnsnuBG, W. Va., Jnnuary lt 1995. The Whigiit Mep. Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen: I have been using Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1894. anl find them to be as recommended. I first becan taking them while at Hot Springs. Aik , under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which I had been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules gave me gnat relief from the beginning and have used them ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any and all suffering with like afiiictioim or either of them. Very truly yours. Charles T Caldwell. Sold by T. S Hagan, Druggist. Price 50c ents and SI .00 per box. Ca 1 at store and pet free sample. 50c. and U 7 Japinits BOc. per PtlleU, Will enr all kind; of Pile. TVliy laffor jru.iranten wltli O51.0O boxes, to refund u" wirwivmiiiriw. .jajHuiaM ruii.iufl vompaxxy , du JBSTSold by W. G. White, DrnpRest, Largest LJveryi S"' Stable in Eastern Kentucky. C.T.FOX T Successor to CoIIiss&Rn, 33- THE CLIMAX, i H" i, a fRUST'S DR. GuTTON ROOT i AKD lEMNYRQYAt T J Original Seaahtev aaa 'olwara rellible and W0f Ludldl waraaakfiicUr.RaM'aH Boot. a4 Mr MTr - )& aar talwa. jjaJI 4 rasa raaaljt f'mt.Q 1 T ' ' J- by W. aWbBO To the money saving public to our store. A telling attack on values. ( "heap, ness unfooked for even by the most exacting. Our constant endeaver to pun tar quality up and crowd the price down brings the knowing shopper here and mak this the Busiest Furniture Store In Central Kentucky, BedR0GHl SllifCS at all FriCCS " reCeived nearly every day, and by ho dn;. have the very latest designs. Upright Folding-Beds, Mantel Beds, Chiffon in r"k and Separate all in Ash, Oak, Curley Birch and Mahogany. Side-Boards, Book-Cases, Dressers, Bureaus, Secretaries, Chiffoniers, Hall Tr..y , ture Moulding, Chairs, Easels, Screens, Mantel Mirrows, Center Tables, Extension Tt , Springs and Mattresses in designs and quality to please every one from happy httU . . , to the crank' old maids and bachelors. Our Line of Rockers Tncf tVocIi tioiv (-, -.. . i anu woncier to see sucn gcoas soia in n,icnmonu. uon u iuii lo cume aim set- mi' m ." little Desks, we have just received for tha ladies in Oak. Curly Birch and Mahg:in We are always at home and glad to see you at any time whether you ivih to hmj not, so don't fail to call. Very Respectfully, Buchanan & Blggers A new line of Coffins and mwMM o-.0 HE PAYS THE FREIGHT. . . . YOU PAY FOR THE . . DRINKS. NO. 8 SECOND STREET. Phniie.No. 3. RIGHMOND. KY. NEW YORK WOED, THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION. 18 Pages a Week. 156 Papers a Year. It stands first among "weeVly" papers in ize, frequency of publication and freshness, rariety and reliability of contents. It In a daily at the low price of a weelly; and ts vast list of subscribers, extending to overy Hate and Territory in the Union and foreign ountries, n ill Touch for thelaccnracy and of its news columns. It is splendidly illustrated and among its special features are a fine humor pa;e, exhaustive market reports, all the latest fashions for women and a long scries of storien by the greatest living American and English authors. Covin Doyle, Jbcomb K. Jerome, Stanley Weyman, Mary E. Wtucins, Anthony Hope, Bekt Habtk, Bbaxtjeb Matthews, Etc. We offer this unequaled newspaper atd THE CLIMAX together one year for $1.75. The regular subscription price of the two piqers is S3.00. M 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. iSMjma TRADE MAItKS DESION3, COPYRICHT8 o. Anyon semllnx a sketch and description mar quickly asoertiln. free, wbetber an lured Ion la probably patantabla. Communications ttrictly confidential. Oldest ajrencr forecurlmirtenU In America. We hara a Washington otlce. Patents taken through 11 una Jt Co. rtcelr pedal notice In the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, beautifully lllsttrated. lareest clrruUtlcn oZ anrsctentlflo Journal, weekly, terms tSJDO a ysari sua b& luumus. specimen copies ana xlajio Hook ox Patents sent free. Addreu MUNN & CO., 361 Broadway, New York. 25-27 VTho can think Wanted-An Idea of some simple tbtaz to catentr Protect yonr Ideaa: tbr mar bring you wealth. Write JOHN WEUDERBDRN & CO, Patent Attorney , Wunlmruin. O. C for their $1,800 prise oCer and lilt of two hundred Inventions wanted. MPMESI SI eer box. 6 S3. Pile Ointment. 25 and g Q K3 C Box. jaainete Liver 50 with thfi terrfblo disease- T "VT rIt written theymnner if not rural. Mailed to any ao Paul, Allan. Eichmond, Ky. Richmond, Ky. i! IBEHLS The GRCAircsr DlSCOlEBY OF Hia&UH flMJECTlQM.lt THE ACS Cures In 1 to 4 dar., ,!. LH dtata la elect: tdcarj. ApoaHlToprerenttr. Caaba earriea la Test Docket, all - MamnaaMlt9eca. NUMHsqalmN HTfwin ai m i. i. fc ;l ' i ill oink.PiaI.Mlaa. . ' jHatWM " I f itumKyviiMniMi.Kr. , , H 'r frwm f.Vio fnrtnrif5 rinvf r'niiprl IT- T" 1 1 T JA. 1 It 7K - Caskets jnst from the Factory gisJlfHf fTHJara fEWiafS cirmairtiJ mm aE Great :: I3UH m SALE i linn pal Boots OF ssx Elm, Oak, IN Mahogany Curly Birch, and Willovv. mnnv fvtirf.iori . , A 1 i.1 and several new designs. sjMjMjflJlWigRlgfrila - - AND For thG next THIRTY DAYS we will sell Boots and Shoes regardless of cost to make room for Spring Stock which will soon be in and ask yen to come and get them at almost your own price for CASH. Our Annual Clearance Sales are very popular, as we have always given value received. We are prepared to meet lowest prices on groceries of all kinds, for cash. Freeman Brother: RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. IpMTfUs afgrgJsjrllula rrHlsrrriJsfrrlJsrrrllraRJIrarTlssirsJl raJlmrxl mr3l3r3icrirnlror31'jr J I tj.ll tLnuiuMiui'jiiiuitaj pj i j fcj S laughter hoes i- rn ipjspnp?. rgjjpcjjj . . mmmmm rrtmm j. r am a . -. . O c ,;.. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: r: . 3 o :0 es -3 -99 as opened on Second ...tS -9 -.a at the stand re- S3 33 ntly occupied by T. "S3 23 A.ChenauIt. Alloods ....00 -5 ...0 new and sold as low- -..s -3 9 Aa ny in the market for OC .SO CASH. -0 C tS J?V 30 -s -0 9 t8 9 -30 8 -O 9 O e 0 Cash) .99 C33 fromWT 7. 4r l -43 -9 S3 a B daily - jfr c3 O 9 S0 -39 -0 t -St) -39 -0 A AAAIlaiBAiilAlAI)AAAsoe . AIAAAMAAAMAAAAAAAAAAaaaaaa.... m a ..-.:: ..a' 0K A J list NX -L. . 1 ' W 7. W v s:x St.reet ' T fX X t - &fcw "We have no books ar . can therefore se! Lowest Prices for A II goods fres li a. Ihe city and supply received I . D. CHENAULT, .- 9 .- a aA . e w . ..-................... a . .....................--. mr " WV" 'aaaaeaaa THE WILLARD Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace Halls and Entrance are Marble and Tiling- of the Finest Quality. 2000 Tards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors Or BBiMlQOMS, PARLORS ANU UPPRR HALLS. - - - Offices and Beautifully Decorted and llantlv Lighted. Its Equipments throughout are without a Superior in tho South, rate of .... Charges Considered OVEB $lo7oco Have Been Expended In This Becent Improvement. RTES $2 St $2.0 PER DHY ... . rjtfnuiM, iwp?.