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ESTABLISHED Ken-Juek- BhmnvimmmnaSm mm H awKiBWWWWwna mmummwumwmMmmf mm IS if; ' gJa nJJ f' '' - VOLUME A j RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SHORTHORNS IN CLAR1 Oeorge J. Ballard bought lasts of W II. Garner, two short horn a Rose of Sharon and a Young $143 each, and of 0. S. Johnson a Sharon bull at S125 Wincheste D r- - WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1896. - NTJMBEK PH0FESSI0NAL COEUMN. 45 . MARKET 3 o 006UOOOOO&000000000&490WOOO For Ihe Tobacco IUisrrs of Central i, .i . . The Convention of tlie Tobsuco Grow- -, .it Kentucky, ihicli has for some .nths been tlie Hntiriiij; work of Lex-- i jt ns business men ami Chtiiiiber of umierre, and citizens of the county, . itelil at the Court House yesterday From every stamljioint that .rii'M.u. i)eution can be viewed, it wab a i , success than had been untici pal-- It v.i exKH-tet- l that the eml of tlie a to-- i be to market in Lexington, but an exhi- Mich enthusiasm in the fint ..i- - I the enterprise was bcarcely i,ciitinii i vvoukl i au-,.at- the ('ohiiboh Pleas Court room at wMonlHV the convention WHb called i Major P P.Johnston. The . .wmi; df legates, who had arrived inj; tlie toreijoon with a large croud bwsiuer men of the uere present: iin Fayette county Jos. A. Huui- s . W. Stone, H. A. Tucker, K. f (Mirr. A. B. lkitcman, H. E. Hurst illiaius, K. M. Squires, B. C. b. eTistiaw G. C. Logan, Levi Price, A. M Hia k, P. H Mink, 1.. P. Young, E. ) H..pjier, J- - M. Gentry, W. W. War- Hon. J S. Phelps, George V. Head- n . H s Keed, H. H. Stanhope, C. F. . re Minor Simpson, W. J. Hughes, Jno. ib n and K. H. Stevens. -tt County A. J. Collins, H. S. II J. Lisle, C. J. Graves, J. W. .am It. 11. Moore. I. urhon County S. A. Hoverton, T E. Moore, C A. Keuny, AV. H, i ii ,t-- r i V -. . I, U.(iMine Coiiaty w i M. B.Young. H v .j:f!t. II vllue, itord County Sam T. Levy, Sam Capt. Breckinridge Vilej-B- . Thowas Duulap, William Thur- - an Chamber of Commerce J. T. Slade ' T Tunis, V. LoHghridge, 0. W. Sinter J. C. Walker, L. G. Cox, Alex Pear- vor's Committee A. S. Winston. Davidson. Lois Straus, C. H. rities ieriuen Messrs. Barkley and Mc- rkle. rmcilmen W. H. May and E. L Ma H t li d Maj. Johnston were tlie first temporary chauman i 'he i. latter temporary secretaiy. A uiimttef on credentials was appointed ' name delegates etc "While the com- was prej wring its report. Judge .Vre K Morton made the addi ess of vel- .m to tne visiting delegates. Col. Gib-i-- it ixliuwetl himina short but eloquent reMHnsp on behalf of the delegates. In tlt- of the address both gentle-- i n tH)K occasion to cite the unjust i iHi.ixta practiced by the markets at L .niiviUe and Cincinnati, by which the une wao Keeced of the profits due . Iti lllllbOll. "I liibvjn '' 'niii.aiid i lotion lite advantages that i .. i - i iKrtli to ihe rotJuccr arid t'ie locality by establishing a home a vote, MiM-iiiio- 'narivel. l'-in-l the chairman and secretary were aiftde permanent. ..niitiee on reo4tKii u.i- - I lien j, nted. The foUowingare ti.e most nirtant of the resolutions: d, That we establish with i'!ijiia-teat lxiuuton, i permanent j.iiuzatioii of the tobacco growers of of the Slate, to be called the Kentucky Tobacco Growing ss. lation, for the purpose of u iu ti.e sale of tobacco. He, j vel, That we at once subscribe and take stock in an association to r termed under the general statutes. : ie share shall be $20. The capital btock . Ctt-ihe. rs ' i. 'e $100,000, with power to increase .e capital stoqk to $5000,000, and the ' it to organize and begin business up- subscription of $100,000. Each share s .ler to be entitled to one vote for each of stock, one half of which shall be paid up, twenty-fivepe- r cent cash and u e valance upon call. Kestiived, The purpose and business vestment within 12 months. 'his company bliall be to established Direct all communications, and make i i t warehouses in the city of Lex-ic;- all Drafts, express or money orders payin. in numbers and at points in that able to F. A. Gouldikg, c lie determined by tne directors. Cripple Creek, Col. Tne Hard shall have power to conduct a warehouse business on the co opera- LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- tive plan KET. The other resolutions had refference Di-rto the fiumlier of officers, Board of A nUIIHETT, LOUIS lors. apjointmeut of committees, the PUBLISHED BY OLOVEH TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. VILLE drafting ot b for the association, leifers. a iry, at 3090000fOOe000990Qr30000 tose of Judge: "What is tlie charge against the prisoner at the bar?" Sun. Officer: "I found her riding a bicyHIGHEST-PRICESOW EVEI, SOLD cle without a lamp, with her golden hair AT AUCTION. y hanging down hex back." : It is surprising that breeding 6og8 sell "Five dollars for lamplessness, and 8ix for such high prices. A sale of jte head months for golden .hair hanging down her back. I'll break up this golden hair was made at Springfield, III , tlili averaged $100. This is a higher i jverage business, or I'll quit thg bench. Next than was obtained at a recenwsale of case" Jeibey cattle and Shetland ponits near It is almost painful to read that some r Lexington, Ky. The highest priced of the recent "good-roadconventions in sold at auction was bought at the some of the states have been failures bewile above mentioned, W. O. Ellis, of cause the roads are so bad that the farmTerry, Miss., paying $051 for thy royal ers could not get to the place of meeting. porker. This shows that the So'ith has The following bill has just passed both cut loose from cotton, and is giving more houses of the General Assembly of the attention to live 6tock. State of New Jersey: We hope the plucky purchaser of this Whoever places upon the surface of sow will reap handsome returns from his any public street or highway or upon purchase, but at the present high prices any sidewalk appurtenant to such way, it is not safe to make large purchases any broken glass, bottle, metal, loose Hogs multiply so rapidly, an i with btones, earthenware, or other substance cheap corn, are mature! so cheaply, that of a nature likely to cause injury to travfancy must be a big item in a sale of hogb elers or pedestrians, or to carriage, bicyaveraging $100 per head, which on the cle or other vehicles traveling or moving block would not bring over $12 to $15. on said way, or which might wound, disThe Industrial American is an advo- able or injure any horse or other animal, cate of good blood, but is against $40,-00- 0 or which might injure, cut or puncture cows, or $000 sows. They are sel- any pneumatic tire, shall forfeit for each dom wortli it as breeders, and are cer- offense five dollars, to be sued for and tainly not worth it for beef, milk, butter recovered in an action of debt by any or poik. person who will sue for the same; and We recall the Shorthorn craze, fol- shall be further liable to anyone injured lowed by the Jersey cattle, and afterward in his person or his property by such un by the trotting horse boom. Kentucky lawful act, in a sum double the amount has reaped a rich harvest from them all, of damages proved to have been caused yet it will be difficult today to find a by such injury, to recovered in an action bleeder in the State who will not say that of treme high prices did more harm than is no denying that the advent good, of the bicycle has injured the horse busKentucky is now suffering from the thing deeply deplored bursting of the trotting horse bubble, iness. This is a by the breeders of horses and especially and hundreds of practical men can be by the trainers of this section who pre-pa- ie found who regret the clay they became saddle horses for Eastern markets ; the owner of their fir6t trotter. but this is a change that was inevitable Let the high priced purchasers of hogs and could no more have been avoided make a note of what has followed other could the revolution in manufactlive stock booms, and trim their sails ac- than ure brought about by the use of the cotcordingly. Industrial American. ton gin, the twine binder and other maA SAFE AND SURE INVESTMENT. chinery. A horseman will tell you that the bicycle can never take the place of We have been informed that the Gold the horse; that a wheel cannot be used Hill, Good Luck Mining Co., have con in bad weather, 6x. ; but the fact reeluded to build a Smelter and add more mains that the wheel Vims taken the place ii w machinery to their already of horses in thousands of instances, and and valuable mines. This will it will continue to encroach upon the p.ace the Good Luck Mining Company horse business as new means are brought among the best in this rich mining; sec- out to increase its usefulness and make tion. This company own some of the it practicable. And the extent to which richest mines on the range. In order to bicycles and horselesss carriages may be complete the deired impiovements in useful in the sections where our roads the least possible time, this company and btreets are undergoing improvement, have decided to place 50,000 Shares of is incalculable For instance carriages stock at $1 per share upon the mar- propelled by. the mail carriers in the ketThis stock will not remain upon larger cities are being used to collect the the market very long as it will soon be mails and carry them between depots to gobbled up by those who wish to make post offices, thus saving the Government a safe and protitable investment. Before a good sum that has been paid for horses the Smeltei is completed this stock will and their maintenance. Many business double in value, as this company has men in cities like New York, Chicago liven paying 2o per cent dividend: antl ian'iLvfiMjLfflttsbjt , who have Jcept when theflniprovuments are completed, noreesiinu uutgies ior pieasuie uuing, will pay from :t5 to 40 per ceut. Work are now using the w heel for purposes of is now beiii); pushed on the Smelting pleasure and exercise- - Here in Richplant, and Capt. F. A Gouldint;, Secre mond one dealer in bicycles reports that tary and Treasurer of the" company, has within the last two weeks he has had been instructed to arrange for the selling eight horses offered him in exchange of the stock, which will not be a hard forbiccles This shows which way the job, as the Mock is worth its face iu gold. wind blows. The above clipping from the Cripple A few days ago the Western Wheel Creek Miuerexplains itself, but we will Works of Chicago made a shipment of make this further addition by saying that bicycles to New York consisting of 4 000 work is progressing rapidly on the big wheels, the largest shipment ever made contract for machinery and smelting by one factory. It took a complete train works of the Good Luck Mines, and that to carry this vast number of wheels, many all money received from the sale of of which were for export. St'ck goes into the work This Stock, Agent John Rock, of the R. N I. & B., we believe is the cream of any ever has a new Columbia bought through offered on the market at the price and it Mitchell. would not be on the market five minutes The first club run of the season was if the compain would sell to a syndicate, by Mitchell, Streng, Zar-inwill not do, as they desire made Sunday but this they Simmons, Ciunchigliani an Rock, to to repurchase all the Stock within 12 Big Hill, about 36 miles. mouths, even if they pay double price Berea and for it. This is a better investment than IMIORTS OF CHAMPAGNE INTO any bank stock or real estate that was THE UNITED STATES ever on the market Invest from Soto $500 iu this btock and double your in FOB THE YEAR 1895. sow-eves" tort-There well-piipp- ft turday a nfllAAln nnrl 111 iaa nr.n n v --. T- - and everything else bnt the chairs info this satchel and take 'em home with me to git even 1" No Time Wacted. A cow and a mule were harnessed together and hitched to a plow, and a woman was holding the plow and ripping the soil of Kansas up the back at a great rate as I rode along the highway. I halted to watch the novel 6ight and as she caught sight of me the woman stopped her team and came striding across Higheit of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Goi't Report DR. H. H. ROBERTS. Paris ----- ATT0E2T27S. fOffice: Kstracr H. B. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Richmond, - Corner Duncan Avenue and Pleasant Street, Paris, Ky. JOffice Hours: 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to A p. m., to s p. m. -- - ABSOLUTELY PURE Just look at this lon ly bonnet, John, that 1 bought Mr. Spendall (resignedly) Well, hmr much? "Only $18. and it is such a beauty. Don't you think it is, dear? "Yes; very dear." Texas Sif tings. Mrs. Spendnll to-da- y. Kentucky. Eye, Ear, . . .SPECI iLTIM. . . Nosx, Throat and Stomach'. tnt- s -- r -- Jr- the furrows to say. "Hello, stranger Office No. ij Firt street, up stairs. f DR. A. H. STEWART, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Richmond, W, r' u 1 THE BEST Bbantyr" Did ye stop at the Very Dear. SPRING MEDICINE Don't is SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. forget to take it. Now is the time you need it most to wake up your Liver. A sluggish Liver brings on Malaria, Fever and Ague, Rheumatism, and many other ills which shatter the constitution and wreck health. Don't forget the word REGULATOR. It is SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR you want. The word REGULATOR distinguishes it from all other remedies. And, besides this, SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR is a Regulator of the Covington Job Lota. In her impotent rage her grace could Cincinnati-.- .. only scowl at the duke, her husband. "Want me?" Millersburg.-8.10 "This." she bitterly exclaimed, "in Carlisle "No." 8.28 what a woman gets by buying wha MayBville "Stranger, sbakal" she exclaimed aii 9.45 she came nearer and extended her hand. she doesn't want just because it'll "You ar' a critter as knows your gait, Cheap." Detroit Tribune. you ar', and it does me good to meet SOUTH BOUND. With HU Uncle. you. Lands alive, but the men who She What! Going so soon, Mr. p. si. p. Jcome along hero don't know 'nuff to Brown? 1 will get your coat; it in Richmond ... ill 43 1.1 pound sand, and J waste about three J. H. Zcllln & Co- - Philadelphia, PFort Ebtill hung up in the hall, isn't it? a. m. 1.20 days a week on 'em I want u critter to 12.01 L32 lle No, I hung it up before I camei AVhites say yes or no right off the handle and GOVERNMENT HORSES. Berea 12.09 in. Town Topics. hev done wiili it. So you don't want me, Livingsto- n1.10 2;40 and the yoonguns, and the mule, aud So Hyitery. Richmond .... 1.25 The Government officers, commissioncow, and the claim?" Mistress (severely) How did this Fort Estill ... 1.33 ed to buy cavalry horses in the State, the "No, ma'am." Duncannon fire happen to go out? 1.47 have shipped the last carload from DanNew Girl (innocently) I guess you Silver Creek. "'Nuff sed so long gee up thar', 220 ville. They bought and shipped from you critters, aud git around the field forgot to tell me to put coal on. N. Y Paint Lick 2 45 Lancaster Danville, twelve carloads, or 216 head, afore another feller comes along 1" 3.55 Weekly. Rowland 4 25 at an average of $145. The horses are Roach Talk. Mo feathers on It. vary much liked by the officers and men And wouldn't Miss Parvle-Ne"Now, then, I've caught you in the be splendid if 1 should catch a lord? it in the service, and these purchases, it is ARRIVALS. oct I" exclaimed the policeman as ho thought, will lead to others in future. Yes, then you would Miss came upon a colored man who was just be a lady. Let the breeders in Kentucky stick to Trains returning to Richmond arrive as coming out of an alley off High street, follows : the highly-breand saddle east, at midnight with something in a Knew the Critter. From Cincinnati 1.10; 7.33; 11 ,43 p. m and harness types, of which they have bag. Dr. Glade Do you know anybody From Maysville 1.10; 7.33 p. m. the foundations, and their stock will al"Yes, sab. Yo's got me," was the who has a horse for sale? From Livingston 3.19 a. ni.; 12,55 p. m. Drover 1 reckon Hank Bitters has; From Rowland 10.10 a. m. ways command good prices Farmers reply. "I've been laying for you for a dozen 1 sold him one yesterday. Truth. Home Journal. JSS?By reference to the trains nights past, and here you are at One of Ills Fallings. fiom Richmond, the time required to WWMWMWVWMWIW : How many you got iu that bag?" last TTrTnomwnio Wlmaien Is the weaker vessel,' run to any one station, is easily discov"Only one, Bah. " Them's the words the parson spoke; ered. Taking this time from the time of a tooth for chicken, eh?" tew me, though, man's tae party arrival at Richmond, will give the time "Got 'Pears INTERNATIONAL Who Is always esttin' broke." "Yes, tab. Drefful fond o' chicken, of arrival at the station in question. Truth. eab, but do prico is awful high die win. A Grnd Edfcmttr. Some Inside History. Successor of we CONNECTIONS. ter." snow Brown's side" "See how clean " Vatbrldged." "We'll see about the price. Any one walk is and lookofat Jacobson'i next BSTOut-gointrains connect at Pabis Standard of the with you?" with Lexington, Frankfort, Cincinnati, door." U. S. GoT't Print- "Nosab." Maysville and intervening points. ing Office, the U.S. "Yes, butyou don't understand." Supreme Court and trains connect at Winches "Got scared before you could fill the "What?" of nearly all the Lexington ana bag, eh? Well, you come along with ter withSterliug and points points west, Scboolbooks. "I saw B'oini borrow Jacobson'ii and Mt. east. me." Warmly comtwo hours ago I" Chicago trains connect at Livingstmended by every "Yea, sab. Wbar yo' gwine to?" State Superintenon- with Cumberland Gap. Knoxville. "I'm going to ring up the wagon and Becord. dent of Schools, Louisville and intervening points. and other EducaAppropriate Fashions. have you taken in. The judge will put tors almost withtrains connect at Rowland you whero you won't tasto chicken "I understand that plaids are to bj (near Stanford) with Cumberland Gap, out number. Where did you generally worn this winter," said thj l Knoxville, Louisville and intervening again for three months A College President writes! "For alderman to his tailor. " ease with which the eye finds the J get it?" points- Yes," replied the tailor thoughtlesi-ly- . " word sought, for accuracy of deflnl- "De chicken, Bah?" aTTrain8 do not Btop where no time is specified. "It'B unfortunate, too. Stripes ars "lion, for effective methods In Indl- - S "Yes." For additional information, inquire of "eating: pronunciation, lor terse yet i "Hain't got nuiie, boss, t duu toled much better for some people." " comprehensive ettttemunts of facts, Too late the tailor realized that ha K. HOOD, agent at Richmond, or of yo' de price was bo high dis winter dat other agents. "and for practical use aa a working J I couldn't afford chicken." had lont a customer. Chicairo Post. "dictionary, 'Webster's International' "So you don't call this a chicken 1" S " excels any other single volume," exclaimod the officer' art he reached for ((ly?, yrrxTT v t v"j i x x, T2 The One Great Standard Authority, 5 the bag and shook the contents out oo Liver, keeps it properly at work, that your system may be kept in good condition. FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. It is the best blood purifier and corrector. Try it and note the difference. Look for the RED Z on every package. You wont find it on any other mcdicine,,and tberc is no other Liver remedy like SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR-t- he Ktngof Liver Remedies. Be sure you get it - "Yes, stopped for a drink." "Was the chUdren all right?" "I saw seven or eight playibg on the grass and having a good time. Where's the old man?" "Pegged out last falL" "Do you mean he died?" "Didn't do nuthin else fur about three months, and finally got thur. Yes, bo's gone to a better land, and I'm wozkin to pay up his debts 1" "Then you are a widow, of course?" "Sartinly. Goin to settle out here?" "Possibly." "Married?" L. & N. K -- R R, 1, 1896.-XOR- GRANT E. LILLY, ATTORNEY-AT-LA - - - Kzntucky- - O. DIVISION. BOUND. M. A.M. A. 51 3.19 6.20 2.19 633 2.27 6.40 3.41 6.44 J 31 4.04 7.10 255 4.35 7.43 3.33 5.08 8 21 4.18 5.51 911 5.06 6.56 10.24 6.11 7.05 1030 6.20 H Is Effect March Richmond, Office SJ. - - Kentucky. ais Main street, over ovinxt Mitchell's clothing store. Residence oi Nortst Street, Orrica Reliable Indication. "Does the old fellow have money?". "1 rather thing so." "Makes a show, docs he?" "Oh, no but his daughter, who ii 35 years old and awfully ugly, wa.i marrieJ last weekl" Chicago Record. Richmond .... Red House ... Shearer x? Winchester... lTSLTlS uru and Second streets PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, np stairs. Will practice in all the courts ot Madison and adjoining counties and Court of Richmond, . Kentucky. Appeals. W corner Main DR. O. A. KENNEDY, itiiNii ,, Cynthiana Falmouth W. B. SMITH, A TTORNEY OSce in Smith Building-- No. Main Stress. n tairs. Office hours ij t. , m4 toso'sleck. , r "No." Richmond, - DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, AT LAW . . . Kentucx Kxntucky. Richmond. 0 . OSes in ol tins Baildinr. Telephone at office and residence. J. C. & D. M. CHENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Richmond, Office G. W. EVANS, M. D., Richmond, Kentucky. Having retired from the practice of medicine several years ago. for reas.&t known to sell, I again offer ny professional services, to mr tha people of Richmond ana P,ri.x rfesjr ing my services wul .nU my oace nrsi user nertit of the residence ofN. H Deaiherage en Second. .... . I - . ortr Kentucky. Cheaault's gro .!. bt eery. en Second street, DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitiontr in iledicine and Surgery, . Kentucky. Richmond, Office and residence on Third street. STEPHEN D. PARRISH, A TTORNEY Richmond, - - AT LAW, w . Kentucky. Z5317TAL sraosar. May-Fa- ir Pick-Me-U- p. d well-form- Patents, Caveats, Trade Marks, Designs, Etc Report as to patentability of invention Free of Charge. Unsurpassed facilities. Moderate terms. Bsfore applying for a patent, write me. 46- - DR. A. WILKES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEON, Richmond. Orncs-Sm- lth KENTUCK7 2STSX0XAXS. I out-goin- g buDding, Msin urs, g:oo to ujl.; t:oo to 4 P. M. Strest. OSes WFractice limited to dentistry. M DR. H. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Richmond, Kentucky. OSce in the Joe Collins building. tS and ond Street, over White's new drugstore. ao Sec17- J.C. MORGAN. A.TT XZDICTIONARY MORGAN & YATES, DENTISTS, Richmond, - . . Kentuckt. g - Bank. Ornca Main Street, over Madison National Out-coin- g CHAS. HOOKER, VETERINARY SURGEON, J. L. HARRIS, Richmond, - anow-shoT- el Out-goin- g Out-goin- g 1 Graduate Ontario Veterinary ColltQt. Crow? 'k specialty. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. over Wallace brf,f Main stre.t. Oace Office Rice, hours a .m to :i m.. 1 10 4 p. m. Office up stairs over New York Store, corner .,.,, M an First streets. Richmond. 46- - M. D., D. D. S. Kentucky ." JT. C. Medicine and Surgery. Office Collins Buildint:, Main Street, Richmond, --- --Kentuckt. JASPER, M. If WELBY W. BURGIN, Richmond, Street. DENTIST, - . Kentuckt r" ( ! v3e4 4J Office over Chenaulfs grocery. No. it sfi. the walk. "No, sah, ' replied the man, as a big black aud wh-i- o cat was dumped out and with n ycwl ran up the officer's S S W- Send to the pubtehera for free pamphlet. "" no noi Duy cneap rcpnn 01 ancient eaiuonn. z body to his heJ and sprang into the i 4MMWHtMVmWHMWIW limbs of a shado tree. "No, sab, " be went on as he reached m EW ARIUVAL-T7-CT Xi. Ja.ita for the bag and folded it up "no, eoh, N for rougimess oi ti.e no chicken, but an ole cat dat kin, removes tan, 'iilack heads" beau- dat ain't I was carryin off to get losted. Can't tifies the complexion, soothes the babies, dun make out, sab, how yo' calls dat a 10. and 25 cents. chicken, but if yo' sez so I hain't gwine Try IInrley'8Sarsaparilla,"best tonic." to dispute it. As I toled yo' befo' " But the officer "raised him one" and All Around. ordered him to move on. buprrme Court. 2T TICKLES YOU WE INSTANT RELIEF C. & C. MERRIASI CO., Publishers, 1 Springaeld, Mass., U.S.A. J rou bet fboh u j Cream ac -- LIGHTNING HOT DROPS. CUFIES The Blue, Grass fkrd OF THOROUGHBRED w Good, SmellsEverywhere Tastes Good, Does Good every timc at 2Sc and 6f'e Par Bottle. No Relief. No Pay. Sold SOa Cclic. Cramps, DlarTbcca. Flux. Cheloa Morbus, Nausea, Changes of Wittr.stc. H EALS Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Scratches Bitra ( Animals, Serpents, 2uS, etc B R E!A KS UPBa Colds. La Grippe, Inflasoja. Croup, Sore Throat, etc ' as S5e boule. 9T 'RED HOGS. c MY BREEDERS WERE SELECTED FROM THE BEST HERDS ot this famous breed of swine in several different States. A splendid lot of.'pigs of different aae, torsale- - Bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. have for calling Dodger an old "I can't Imagine what grounds you all- - HERB .MEDICINE CO. ,IiecBUlai lwaado aalf tlmfS is bach 5PRINaPIELD. O. R. H. BRONKUGH, Ky. Proprietor, Crab Orchard, g, around statesman." "You can't, eh? Why, he got all around the tariff question, the temper-sincquestion, and the coinage question without touching any one of them. Indianapolis Journal. lfonej In it. Jimson Hello, old boy, I hear yon cpent seteral hundred dollars learning a new, sure, quick and easy way of getting rich. Jamson Yes, I did. "Making any money?" "Lots." e f ." ef by-la- w e'i Judge Jere Morton and Messrs. Slade ar. j Lisle were appointed a comuiittee to turn w hat assistance the city of lexiiig-- t a would be willing to gi7e the enterprise. At 2:30 o'clock the convention a .journed to meet again May 2 Lexington Herald. TAXES IN LINCOLN. The fiscal court met Tuesday and fixed the levy for 18915 at 2GJ cents on theSlOO, n.ree cents higher thau last year, the in- rease being made, it is claimed, to raise $.' d00 with which to refund tne taxes that tlie banks had paid and which the court of appeals has since decided they were not liable for. The rest of tlie levy 4 cents to pay inis divided as follows 0 terest on the bonded indebtedness of and create a sinking fund to liquidate it, 10 cents for roads and 9J for onli-nexpenses, such as salaries, "keeping the jKor, Ac Stanford Journal. $29,-00ar FORTY THOUSAND DOLLARS CLAIMED. In the Clark Circuit Court at Winchester, suit has been filed by Steele, administratrix and widow of Ki hard D. Steele, against the C. & 0 Railway Company for StO.OOO for the death of her husband, who together with his brother John Steele, was killed in March at the C. & 0. crossing near Tebb's 6Ution. From newstwper reports the idea is prevalent that no blame is attached to the railroad employes, but after a thorough investigation of the nature ami condition of the crooning and the surrounding circumstances, the atMrs-Sui- e torneys, J M Benton ami Broneton & Allen decided that the plaintiff had a good cause: of action, as iu their opinion Tlie alove quotations are not applies from the killing of the Steeles and caieleness of ble to green or frosted crops. tJie ;rosre-'ilt- ecl Sales on our market this week just closed amounted to 3,985 hbds. with receipts for the same period 2,477 hhde. Sales on our market since January 1st amounted to 60,172 hbds. Sales of the crop of 1895 on our market to this date amount to 58,026 hbds. The offerings of burley tobacco have been large on our market again this week, with prices irregular and in the However, some main unsatisfactory'- sales of fine leaf hae been made at higer figures than have been realized for tome weeks since, $20 per hundred being obtained. The market is nearer satisfactory for the short, common to medium grades of red burley than for anv other styles. The good grades of leaf, euch as sold early in the season from $12 to S16. 6how a decided decline within the past month. The time of year has now arrived when a careful regard must be had for the condition of tobacco. Notwithstanding the general low values now prevailing, preparations are being made for another full planting, thus indicating that only immediate remedy available (a short crop) is not likely to be applied. The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco 1895 crop: Trash (dark or damaged )$ 1 75 to 1 50 2 00 to 4 00 Common colory trash Medium to good col trash 4 00 to 6 00 Common Iues not colory 2 00 to 4 00 4 50 to 7 00 Common colory lugs Medium to good col lugs 7 00 to 9 00 Common to medium leaf 5 00 to 8 00 8 00 to o 00 Medium to good leaf 15 00 to 18 00 Good to fine leaf 18 00 to 22 00 Select wrappery leaf tlie train bands. A similar nuit wit! ie filed by Moloij & Uarnall in the tayette .Circuit I nrt to recover damages tor the death of Jotiu ' Steele. " J J. son-in-la- w McAfee lawyer 'ami author and Marshall, of - .died BaddenlyinXouisile..- - - '- "How?" "Teachlngothcr people the new, sure, by hand, with repousse etching of the 79,049 quick and easy way of getting rich." G. G. Mumm's Extra Dry Louis XVI. style. The sprocket wheel Is of plain silver. The saddle itself is 33,924 N. Y. Weekly Pommery&GrenoSec " studded with silver nails. The cost of 30,204 & Chaudon Moet 'Alibi for Bridget. the machine, as it stands, is $500. A 18,83(5 Hiedsick&Co Mistress Bridget, some of the is missing. Was any of it silver lantern to go with it 'will add 12,321 Veuve Clicquot from $100 to $200 to the price. Perrier-Joue- t & Co All;575 left out of doors overnight? The completed wheel welghB about Bessie (nged five) Bridget doesn't .'8331 Piper Hiedsieck anything- about it, mamma. I 26 pounds. A member of the company 8.262 know Louis Roederer eaid, in explaining the construction of know where It Is. Papa'irgot it. 8,026 Pere & Fils Ruinart the new bike: "This wheel was built "What do you mean, child?" 5 770 - "I heard some of the folks next, door to Bupply a demand which we know to Ernest Irroy & Co for of our Bouche Fils & Co 221 eayin' this morning they saw papa the exist among someexpensivepatronsthan wheel 2,241 other day with ithree uheets in the a better and more DelbeckGCo can be had on the market at present. 2,127 wind." Chicago Tribune. Geo. Gonlet Such a wheel we have tried to .make, Various Brands (15 or more) . . . 16,258 and I believe that another season will SKETCHES BYM.QUM) see many of them at the fashionable Total. . . 239,845 resorts." A woman's wheel is being finished Complied from Custom House Records Oettlnr Kyen With Cabby. in the firm's shops. This wheel will 1 1 o'clock at.night n cab drew up Spirit Cir At by Bonfort's Wine and at. the corner of Broadway and Twenty-thir- be much more richly ornamented, and cular of January 10th, 1896. street and an old man with a big Its price will be $1,000. A lantern, which is being made to go with it, will satchel got put and said to the driver : HORSELESS CARRIAGE COMPETIbe set with precious stones and will "How much do I owe ye?" TION. "Well," replied the driver, who had cost several hundred dollars. picked him up at the Grand Central The indications are, at this wrifing, depot, "aa it'a after 10 o'clock, and MATHEMATICS AND ASTRONOMY that the test of horseless carriages which as" Two Sciences That Are Closely Belated will be made under the auspices of the and Necessary to Each Other. "Now, then, don't try to play me for Probably in none of the sciences, apCosmopolitan, on the 30th of May, iu a hayseed l'interrupted the passenger. "I'm not trying tojlay you. The or- plied or pure, is a.knovj&dge of higher competition for a prize of $3,000 w ill atmathematics so essential as astrontract the widest attention. The Com- dinance regulates the fare. " "Yes, I know it does I Thl isn't my omy. Certainly none involves so much mittee of Judges who have already acmathematical labor. The method of trip in a cab in New York!" cepted, is probably the most distinguished first "No, sir, of courso not. All I want the least squares is one In almost contl at has ever consented to act upon the isiuy legal fare." stant use by those engaged in astroofcasion of the trial of a new and useful "That's what you'll git I Whfcn you nomical calculation, and the amount of invention. It consists of Nelson A. begun to talk about it'a be'.n after 10 labor often entailed by this process is to Miles, the General of the Army; Wil- o'clock and all that. I thcraoht you were enough ... make . the head of an ordl liam P. Craighill, Chief of Engineers; U. tiggerin to put up a job on me. Here s nary citizen swim even to tninK or. One of the most extensive least square 4." S. A. ; H. Walter Webb, Vice President solutions ever made, says the "Pitts"Yes, sir." New York Central and Hudson River burgh Dispatch, has recently been pub"And that's every cent you'll git I" Railroad Company; John Jacob Astor, lished by Prof. Sckur, of Goettingen, "Yes, sir." Esq. The driver picked up his lines . and The beliometric triangulations of the The interest which these gentlemen drove off, and the passenger came up to stars in the cluster Praesepe (the Beehave shown in accepting places upon me as I waited for a car and trium- hive) gave rise to a series of 74 normal equations, involving 74 unknown quanthis committee is indicative of the im- phantly said: "He found he'd tackled the wrong tities. The solution of this set of portance of the subject. The contest itr If I hadn't stood tip quantities was effected by Prof. Schur self will receive international attention man ha, ha, ha to him he'd hev probably charged mo in ten weeks by means of the usual in both military and civilian circles. Gaussian method of elimination. Prof. six or seven dollars 1" Schur comes to the conclusion that no "You gave him four,-- believe?" GARRARD. OATS IN other method by successive approxi "Yes, only four." "The regular fare is a dollar,bnt he mations is to vbe compared to the From present prospects the Garrard might have asked for 50 cents Gaussian method, even though it might county farmers will have a larger crop of Two dollars would have been seem to promise a saving of labor In advance. Prof. Schur mentions as the oats than the famous. Carter had. A very big money." longest least square solution he has: "Then I I" large number have sown oats in place of "You beat yourself out of two dol- been able to find In astronomical literthe wheat, which was a Jailure in nearly ature a geodetic adjustment made by lars, sir!" every locality. Lancaster Record "I did, ohlM he slowly replied as be Baeyer, in which a set of normal equa- looked after the disappearing vehicle. tions with Off unknowns was successA pet .sheep butted a child into the. "WaaL you" Jest waitl WhenTgit ready fully solved by the famous computer fire at Cunningham's' StationJBourhon to leave this- - hotel. I'll be hanaed if I Ease, in three mostha count yf and it burifed to death. don't sackMrpett' wrwiftji soap, tow'ek .... CASES BICYCLES OF GREAT COST-- i (tew York Firm to Meet a Demand (or 91,000 Bicycles. The most prominent New York jewelry firm has something new for wheelmen in a silver bicycle, which waa put on exhibition at their Btore a few days ago. The wheel is the first of tho kind ever mode. In order to Insure strength and durability it was necessary to have the supporting rods and spokes of steel. All the rest of the frame is of sterling silver. The handle bar is of plain sib ver, with burnished hory handles. The other silver parte are finely engraved HM 'ttfttCf f i IN TIME. THE ipilPriPi WE NEVER HAVE AND J' BY STALLION NEVER WILL! LET anybody sell lower than WE do. OUR entire tock of Dry Goods, Clothins; Shoe, Hats and Cloaks at lower price than any other house in the State. Overcoat and Cloak at any price to get them out of the way. Lidies and Men Shoe at 75 ct. up. Children shoe at 30 cU. up. Pin, Needles, hairpins 6 paper for 5 cts. Ladies handkerchief worth 10 ct. each, 3 for 10 ct. Ladies, Children and Mens hose 4. ct. x pair. Extra Urge towels 5 cts. each. Calico 3 cts. a yard. Cotton 4 ct. x yard, Gingham 4 cU., Buttermilk soap 10 ct. x box, 3 cake in x box. Corsets 25 cent x pair. Boypantsati5cts.apair. Men Linen Collars, worth 30 cent 5 cents each. bed-clothi- - IN TIME at Budd Dunn's stables, at White's Station, Madison Co., Ky., at Will make the present season - Everything in the House Goes regardless of Value. f -- d Don't buy elsewhere until you get our prices. It will be money to you. i ": $5 To Insure a ..Coii.e Living HEW YORK STORE, afSMrSJliSJ SfrSISirOT -- McKte Corner. -- - - 1 I .....a MOJfEYDUE WSFJV COLT COMES OR MARE PARTED WITH. DESCRIPTION: IJMfflllffll rlMJlSli taissIMIH ifTJr mm. IS.. - 1 ItBJJsHrHJ MJME - IN -- TIME-i- s - a baj horse, 16 handshigh, Shears old in Kentem saddle horse. ber, heavy mnuu and tail, und is a first-clas-s . Madison Monumental Works MANUFACTURER AJTD DEALER 1 1 PEDIGREE: IN TIME is by ON TIME, by iltonewall Jackson, by "Washington Denmark, by Hedgefoid, The dam of On Time was by Imported Belshazzar. IN TIME'S dam was by Frank Wolford, standard bred, he by Telegraph, by Long Island Blackhawk. Frank Wolford's dam was a noted premium mare. on the jlatn side was by" Joe Stoner, a IN TIME'S grand-dathoroughbred j i ' 1 IS AND GR5NITE MONUMENTS, Tombs, Tablets, Headotoxks, Urxsj Statuary, Etc FINE WORK A SPSCIALTT a additional AT THE SAME TIME AND PLACE I WILL STAND JMY At $5 to lasnro a, Living" Celt. He I hands high, has mealy noi n aud highlv bred. is. 3 years old past, 15 ; .'Marcir24;l808; OTNN tj.-" &T-- Your Trade Solicited.. Work: delivered to any part of the Sf;e. W9" Write for Debris and. . Price. .Jtri GEO.'"-O.UOZnjB- ,. d I 1 -" L I j ! v . T It I '4 "Vv:fl ? XLHHHHtfiii?i- J , IL'WJJlsW lll..a.ii.l J ..,--'.- 1" r- sHss P wwfrMii 11 .!.ktMr. 'V, Proprietor - : ., Jsr- - TtthisTasaJ.lC ;.Br 1 $ . aaaHaaflaaaaaHaBaiaaiaHaaaaalaaaalBaaaaaflaaBSaB If ' X.-- i m t " ! I F ) If " 1 1 THE CLIMAX. FRENCH TIPTUS. D. P. AEMER, -- -- - Editor. - Manages. . . CORRESPONDENCE. PUBLISHED EVEUY WEDNESDAY B1 Irvine ' Go. Gam, Miss Ajme8 Riawnernnd Miss Lizzie two charming young ladies fr in Frankfort, are visiting Miss Kate McAfee. Mr. Tom W. Downing, of Nicholas-ville, will give a grand musical entertainment with twenty-fou- r belections of inline and humorous mattfr. by aid of the improve! Edison phonograph at the court house, in Irvine, Wednesday, April 15th. Irvine is becoming a prominent mill town. It will soon k and Valley View. If the people of Irvine Mould only wake up and realize what natural advantages are here, Bhevould take a hound to the front. Our town has been running backwards for a year or w hibtits newtpapei and its bank and other important institutions. It can and he forwaided. Elhridge Park would make an excellent delegate to the Chicago convention, aivd should be sent to represent this disout-ran- The Climax Printing PIUCE PER YEAlt, AFUIL 15. $1.50. WEDNESDAY. CANDIDATES - - 1SWJ ANNOUNCCMtNT Jott.v S Owsley, of Lincoln county, is a miHfHate for Cotitirtsis, to represent th Sth District, subject to the action of thfc Metuoorutic jvarty. ir OMKlkfotu for Congrats, to represent 04 district, Hlltjeci. to theaitKHl of DetHGerMic (tatty. DtHMornuk-euvHiti- I'ryor Frfree, of SkjWiv twranty, is a the the Ths State tnWbty he liekt a month from this dmc. . hKVKXTM will , r 'A vg District IfepuMiciinfi Jo not Ilmltey, s they iitftrnc-tm- t swtt:ite Gov. tor MeKinloy by h vote of Mil to 54 J. trict. Those who have seen the new resiUxiTKi St.VTRS SENATOR MoHKII.U of dence of .Mrs. Hose Wagers that she is 5SSSSSSSS3 VnntKWM. eehshrated his StVtli Irirthday I having built in Itichmond, say it is a . I I rtT I ',ri I ...m If II II y, III!1 II I III I I I TT 'tCIMTn I TT and lws been 27 years in the beauty. It is to be hoped that she and OPENIMPt her lovely daughter will not go there to Mcki.vi.ky is Hot carrying Kentucky reside. gggggggggggggjSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSfiSSSS JSSSSSSS-JSSSSSSCount v Attorney Grant E Lilly, 5SSSSSS&- v5SSSSSrt&SSSSS mHcit of a wltooji o he expected wWi wlw 9 lecuntly opened a an office jl. U da. for liradiev s senilis X few votes C&i!iTanjjs& &-.- x. Q 2 C$Amn &Aim. spends Kichuiond. in part of o vgy--I -) WW 5fVitsW a? ltiie4f. iiotoa his Ttime here, but it is feared 2" already tirwl when his term'in office expires he may Ik tins ItejHtWictiB. of I. KeiwHhatH ttd.nimstration, what take up his permanent abode iu about the "fool Deertits" who Hugh Riddle divides his time between toitMHKHrate it? practicing law and courting, but doesn't Soxr. of the fcilvermeM say Jjllswn is sweceed as well in the latter an in the A Good Man Gone. talking too wwch ib Kentucky abont the former. Elder "William H. Tiller was pastor of PUrrU CL A RK'S O. N. T. COri'ON. 3 SPOOLS FOR 10 CENTS. OHt&te. awl way offew? Jstute pride awl t the Christian church in Richmond in than good. de wore barm jriUBj LADIES BEADY MADE DRESS SKIRTS now on sale. Prettiest line of SHIRT WAISTS and REEFER SUITS in the early SO's. He was a truly good man, Ten-ill- . Sarsaparilla tho One True and the church prospered under hiscare Make Hood's cam Ckkp, free-silvpCily. Dress Goods of Every Description. Call and inspect. Ladies Gauze Underwear from FIVE CENTS up, cheapest ever seen Blood Purifier. Sold by all druggists, fl. We are having a good school, conduct Everybody liked Mr. Tiller, and many .Prepared only by a I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Musi paigiHxi. w1h lid a list of annulments J received a complete line of oj- - ed by II H. Brock, a promising young will be pained to hear of his death. The y&k Secretary Hoke fcOMBd-roe- y fMn,ly m0aiae Warsaw Independent, his home pnper, Hrwr1c flJIS the bert tttmaUnt. Eaay nOOQ md IWer man. bite declared lite contest utf. posei, to tilce, cut to oora.t. AU druracUU. 25 osnte. under date of April 4th, says: Farmers are advancing rapidly in this It is with great sadness that we chroniGei. Ghobge W. Bais will probably he neighborhood with their oat sow ing. 'Asa Kew" H'tses lo Remark. of all kinds. Luce curtuins and Window Slutdes, latest styles just received. Cheaper than any in the City. tle Airti Jag candidate for President ainl Good prospects for even-- thing in cle the death of one of Gallatin county's best citizens, Elder Win. H. Tiller, who vroald wake a fair running mate for CarWashington- - D. C, March 27, 1896. zl jv abundance thib season. vuiiuuuuiriiiJTrixiriJtnruuinjuxrvuu died very suddenly at his home near lisle, McKinley aad Tillman. Mis Lizzie Lucas, of East Bernstadt, Sparta, Tuesday evening. He had been Editor Climax.I have received the copy of theCi.iMAX visiting his 6ister-in-laIs there any relation between tltc is- vhitiug relatives at this place. Mrs. Mary Gar-vey- , in which you show me up as "no proBrewing CHtipany Sloerh-tCbrbtiftii at Erlanger, Kenton county, whose LounieUiilin and John Hickleson are the Christian Temperance Union? visiting friends this week in Jessamine husband, J. P. Garvey. died last week, phet " Now, let me assure you, I do aU ctrfciws ought to dwell tosetlwr in count v. and returned home Tuesday morning, i not claim to be a prophet. That greatirutruiruuiiinjinjinnruuixuiruuirujixtnxirutrinnnniinr ness, if it be a greatness, has been thrust mRy. The members of ML Zion Church met being met at Sparta by his wife. Rev. j took sick at AValtou, ami had a fit upon me. And now. as to your article last Sunday and organized a Sunday-whoi- )! Tiller Fsbe-silte- r wen held a meeting at "'at l Have written no letter of vomiting, He was very weak when"" n,e to continue during the treason. Lsxtatgtea, Monday, and besides organifor years. I am for tlle Courier-Journhe reached Sparta and had to rest before Pole wanted by two would-b- e Tdlm .HUNTING COATS. sportzing Tum&eA C. J. Broostna becani-- e home. After driving home in liis'toI(1 ,hat something in the nature of an going ' is bo telling oow be elands on the ing men lo drive A mtol blacks. interview with me was recently printed nfcwe bus:uv he was compelled to eo to bed ami Just received from New York the largest line of Spring and Summer Clothing ever brought to Richmond. When you lok.l.', J. 11. Crawford & Son, are doing a he had convulsions He began to grow in the Louisville Times, but that I have hrough our stock aud see our Low Prices you will be surprised! large business at this place. weaker, and his heart began to fail. Dr. not yet seen. The Court of Appeals of Mississippi As to the gubernatorial race in KenTTt Will bond, of Sparta, was called, but by (traded that hnee hoods made payable Wi tucky, my recollection is that when you the time lie readied the bedside Rev. is gold were illegal, because the law did 3--5- c. was beyond human aid. He re- wrote nte Bradley, would be elected, my Tiller XInut requite gukl, lmt the Supreme Court lli--i 3! tained consciousness up to nearly the reply was that if you Kentucky DemoEvangelist Combs preached four serof the United Slates reyerted the lower time of his death, passiug peacefully crats didn't snow him under by forty mons here, last week, with three addi-lionCOStf. thousand majority, ought to have ATVT one by baptism. He closed with away to the better land about six o'clock your necks broken. jou Re"v. Ti'ler was one of the best men that Fmek silver wen at Washington say a crowded house. jVO A UCTIOjY GOOU mm TR UMKS, VALISES, TELESCOPES. ALL GOODS CHEAP In my opinion, Watt Hardin was deever lived. Of high christian character, of Idaho, or Matthews, of thai Rev Jas. Parsons will preach Saturday MrH 2 10 Main Street, his deeds of kindness were constant re- feated by the National Bank Democrats Iadbuta. Hill be" the Howinee of tin and Sumlav. J G. MILLER, Man'g. minders of the goodness of the man; a of Kentucky, more than by any other notMeal IleiBocmtir convention, should IWfS. Richmond, Ky. Burn, to the wife of Harvey Wilson kind word for everybody, and a sympath- one cause. Hurt convention bare a majority of free rrsIIfHlinraElraiJEi IrrSMfrSJsirft IMrrHMfrHJ SfrHlShSJl fHJ B frHJ 17 M mi gg-JiiAs to 'the single tax ideas of Henry Wednexlay last, a boy their fourteenth etic heart for all in affliction. He v. Til.. . u . t t i ii silver votes. izrznr i ' -- i ' " yon may as well be getting child. Mrs. Wilvm is only thirty Venn, ler was born in Warsaw, Ky., Dec. LtgJfjpBfraigfaBirHlBnataWB7H.'B arTHJSITHJS 17th. George FuxHtcH 1.KE, of Virginia, has old. Seven chil Iron were hoys and ISS4, and was the son ot Elder Benj. F. your house in order to adopt them. They ek beea mimiHaled by the President at seven girls, all living but two. Why Tiller, deceased, one of the founders of are sound, and can not be controverted jiTj . ISfrM I m I I m I I h I m w nn OoiMml (ieseral to Havana, aad Uie next should not other nations fear the U.S.? rn m rvt - ' c r - I rI t I "1 I rvn 11 r, Bfffcign the Christian church at this place who As I paid, I am no prophet, but I Q iputij jrcJEajrcj m r rtJE tttJta rtlta rtJS rtiJta rtiJta rtiia rtiiarr uEf. Utag rim know b will be coiBuiaiider-i-ri)ie-f Senator Clark, of McKee, Jackson coun married the mother of Key. W. II Tiller will venture to predict that within the tf the ChIh forces, and that ty, looked iu on us a while .Monday. irginia. and emigrated to this n ace. next ten i years the Democratic party . will of. in . .. : a i i w o. wd at tbe war- 1Ue!,S ol t,en" wnK,e P Bom to the wile of Albert Brock last Of the entire familybutonechild remains c . Your Life Insured k A Ha'. fftJ3 ueorge, or else go out ot the Demo week a big girl. Mrs. Alien Tiller AV,lliK ,... 4t,ut M ..,. ,.f ... uivsa Our insurance is protected by bankable HIUIIEK. "UliY- - STEP Files in themountaiu forests are raging daughter of Kid. B- - F. Tiller and hisffcC.-tJTT-d crat business. paper" oh the Capital City Bank of Col " wlttTZereuil CmnelvrtlferT Rev. """Tiiere"Tre."inany'diilerent parfies fit There can be no stronger Cafrf. P P. lkllatl3-SiJa44g4- Jr LOUn,r-- v al "'is time, nut mere are utnlius, 0. t AV. H. Tiller was married to Miss Sallie Our merchants are receiving , I(ejtbttraH candidate for Co4KreKS. lie tW0 k,ml8 f l"lilh-s- , namely: the guarantee given you. We dare not use ?'. . , Hi m, Hamilton. Sept 10th, 1801, who survives . u ii a and trade is lively. 1 mi mm A it si i, mi n IrtJ- -J vj w s i1 1. im ih Itas held every official portion from it it m ii tl,at ,iat for ' iKwal principle a bank's name without authority, if you Mr. II. R. Smith visited his mother at him. He was educate in Bethany Col ,J"IlMas doubt it, write them. Good health is .mm s Jtul trHStco p lo member of tlie lege. West Virginia. He attended theltI,e """Pressed doctrine that" a privi- - the best life insurance. Wright's Celery indnsive, and he can't eee why Irvine Sunday. " lne ono.olization Capsuelsgive you good health, they cure college for three yeers but left at the be-- "eu class '" 77--3 notfctep up btgher. Tiie ,,luural opporiunities, grow rich on Lher, Kidney and Stomach trouble ginniii" ofthBwaroiiaioiiiit.of.Hrile.il-Jo- f i DST t,,e fmits of ,hff ullreq"Ve1 toil of tlie 100 days treatment costs lea day. A sight have not offered any belter ties between Northern ami Southern fctu HOUSE. l,,e single tax politiis, which draft on above bank, iu every ifSI box, I ilentR. He nfterivnnlK which brings your money back" we fail his stu- - ma,5fce!i' an'1 ' Rel House has declared iu favor of dies there and graduated. He was or-- wm,:" ,1M " its nasal principle the tocure you. bold by T. S. Hagan, drug WtlUK ALKKAIiV llKKUX. I,re&,ed hat every man shall gist. fiee silver. to the ministry at the Warsaw Our merchants here have been to Christian church in 1860, and since had efrn Lls ow" ,IV,"S bv h'8 own labor. Oa lst,iegalcxecutious in dfier.Tly ,hat ,,e 8,'aI1 ,lave what he earns by his Ohio will be by electricity, the LegisJa-twr- e Louisville this spring to buy their goods, charge of churches at Warsaw, Viucen- lahor' more, no less-a- nd that R. C. Boggs has presented himself with ues, hid, Bedford, Ind., Charlestow.i, I ow" having adopted that method of Hi"" lnen 8,,a11 l,ave ,,al accese to na,,,r Ihd. Augusta, Ky Richmond, Ky.. Spar-- ! tting bad 04e to death. One Ohio man a new road wagon. rem ta, Ky , Illinois and Missouri. He taught i ujtpuriuuiiies. jeuerson said: "loo lMsalraady pat the plan iuto use, Imving Widney Cobb has returned from not believe that the mass of mankind, a private school in Warsaw, in 1800 til. eiectrooittod all the RejHiblicaits in the where he spent the winter. TrllEJ hi every walk of life he was the kind were born saddled and bridled, and that Unwed Sltttorj who Iwd piideutial Calvin Dozier has returned from IlliWe are ready for you and we surpass them all, with our new spring Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Shoes christian gentleman, loved and esteemed a privileged class was born booted and nois. by everybody, and the suddeness of his spurred to ride them;" and I am a Democrat and a single taxer. and Merchant Tailoring. The largest and best line of clothidg we have ever shown at prices that are the very if Farmers in this section are very busy demise brings sorrow to many hearts. AT ttllllK. A. C. Quisenbkrky. plowing on account of the veiy fine The fuueral took place Thursday lrom Free silver is at work ail over the weather. lowest. We have, and INSPECTION will prove it, that the line is complete and very strong and every garment Mr. Quisenberry's letter, now on file in the Warsaw Christian church, Rev. S.M. of tlion-HMtoitfMtry. Thousands wpoH this office, says in unqualified English A bald eagle was seen on Squire Bill Bernard preaching a very appropriate irHJBi bargain. We give you a better suit for less money than any other house in this market. f and pamphlets J re being Williams's barn last that 'Bradley will be snowed under bv week, trying to carrv and touchiug sermon over the reiimniK ctfealaied gratnitioosly all over the "itl'a dog. 40,000 majority " Now he is predicting If any one tioulit. tliia I...L-- taking the same text as was used at the Untied State. In MHe localities men fuueral of the father of the deceased. II again. But first, we would like for him Buiison Cobb. areewt thruogk tlie country to deliver Samuel "Know ye not that a prince to write for the Climax a clear conspecthin irtenitaFe into the hand of the and a great man is this day fallen," tus of the "Single Tax" theory. With a better understanding of the Who pays for it is not known nature of the many physWuUacetoii. There were quite a number of beautiful .MKleri!iusly Disappeared. If the sohwI mouey men are circulating ical ills, which vanish before proper effloial trioutescoinposedofliliesandMarc-cha-l Rev. S. F. Kelly preached to a large The startling news was any Kferattire we Itavo not heard of iL upon forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts Neil roses. is comfort in ARE YOUR FEET RIGHT AM LEFT? the streets Saturday last that Mr. John rightly directed. Theremany May be thev don't know tlHre such a and appreciative congregation Sunday at the knowledge, that so forms of Wallaces Chapel. P. Davis, one of Jessamine's most highly s ickness arc not due to any actual dis" thing as "up and doing The cattle men of Lyon aud Chase J. E Soper, of Oakdale, was with home counties, Colorado, have been awarded respected farmers, of Union Mills ease, but simply to a constipated condiA VBfKKAX JlllHlXAIilSr KKAII. neighborhood, had left his home on the tion of the system, which the pleasant Come and see. atnl if you don't think so don't buv We will take Dleasure in showintr vou. !rfolks a few days last week $50,000 against the M. K. & T. R. R. for family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt? WLf nui l..,,. me lest snods for the money that's wh: we give you. ITT nave any graue you. 'ry J 2Sth ul'., and had not been seen since. ly removes. That is why it is the only .. n.y r,t uu.Y !. (Btslitcnd Tiidi M.rV ve I Mr. Robert Gentry and wife of Locii6t shipping cattle iuto those counties aud Usulictaitd under Unit Hutu aad rorelen Piles. 1 Ctd. IoIih A. Cocktill, Nothing has ever occurred in this county remedy with millions of families, and is New Yotk. Grove were want, best ot all grades, and can suit all tastes and pockets, Mothers don't forget the the guests of J. P. Soperpart giving their cattle fever. died xHdtleaiy at Cairo, Egyjrt, Friday. that was received with more surprise everywhere esteemed so highly by all fpHJB of last week. who value good health. Its beneficial He was a native of Ohfo, one a leading Miss Elizabeth Trowbridge, a promi- than this sad news. Mr. Davis was a effects are due to the fact, that it is the Some of our folks are stf tending meetlight of the lJMnirer, and went to Turkey nent young woman of Elgin, III., was gentleman who had the confidence of one remedy which promotes internal 8 ing at Carterville at this writing. without debilitating the n dntiitg the war, as shot and killed there Monday night by his neighbors, and no one for a moment cleanlinesswhich it acts. It is therefore organs on B. Wallace wentto Panola, this week. E WHICH MEANS BEST ON EARTH. There was more of these goods sold here last year than SiiKHMiintly he edited tlie Mary Linuette, of Chicago, who was in- doubted his veracity regarding any ques- all important, in order to get its beneauv boy's make of clothing ever sold in this market. Prices range from $2.00 to $500. TheS S. Intis where he killel to look at 6ome timber. He is expecting sanely in love with her, and Miss Lin- tion. On the morning of the above date, ficial effects, to note when you pura iniinoMt eitiaea wlw came into his to move his milt out there five dollar suits-ar- e after attending to some work about his chase, that you have the genuine artiequal to suits ygp. pay from six to seven dollars of other makes, the cheaper uette then killed himself. oWre and plaee, Mr. Davis saddled his horse and cle, which is manufactured by the CaliJas. Wallace's horse tried to run away him. He went with f;iciue.t in propnruon. fornia Fig Sj'rop Co. only and sold by Jftheiih Palttaer to New York ami helped with I im and jerked him against the told his We have added for the spring and summer the CELEBRATED MANHATTAN SHIRTS,' family he was going all reputable druggists. In tlie race for horseless vehicles reto Lexington on business. It seems up- wake the World the groat papor it how ground, and throwed his shoulder out of If in the enjoyment of good health, which is the most cently held in France there were seveti- - 111 Qrnuiiii !n !. and the system is regular, laxatives or is. Heeeutly he went abroad, "and apo-dex-y place but Jim got itbackhiuiself, " ..:. .IT . teen starters of whirl. .. horse and took civ l.ie msposeu 01r other remedies are then not needed. If .,B.l..ni tarried him otf. ,.....: !t.. his ..,. the afternoon train afflicted with any actual disease, one ,. -,... ...i WHEAT. where hestayedall night, may be commended to the most skillful netrole'um vehirle il . One of the A iiliOIl I'li.A.V. physicians, but if in need of a laxative, " cycle. The course was from Paris to Bor- registering at the hotel as Ino. D. Pres- one should have the best, and with the We have them in all styles White, full dress, colored and negligee all of popular prices. 'Jj Knit right and left to conform to the shape A citizen of RieltiiMmd, wltom every-lx-dy Recent estimates make out the Argen- deaux and back, a distance offeven hun- ton," using his name backwards. In the everywhere, Syrup of morning he wrote his family a note, Buy- Figs stands highest and is most largely of the foot, thus preventing many rfscom-for- ts know as a Democrat and a tine crop of wheat will not exceed 15 to dred and twenty-si- x miles; the prizt-used and gives most general satisfaction. and insuring great durability. SHOES. AtlxHtgktfal man. and who Iws a fondnesb .M millions for export, and be from 30 to amounted to sixteen thousand dollaix. ing he had left home never to return. What course Mr. Davis thpn pursed is for silver, sums Hp the nHanetal plank 50 per cent less than last season. Their Contrary to expectations, the three vehiTHE The most: select line in town, from 10 to 20 per cent cheaper than other houses. We are sole bg. STOCKING. tlmt should be adopted by the Demo- clearances for January. February and cles fust to complete the distance were not known, its the hotel clerk at George town sajs he left the hotel between t) selling agents at this place of tlie Smith & Stoughton (Incorporated) Men's fine shoes. R. cratic national convention as follows : March.were 8,400 000. The Review of the all propbPed by petroleum. One of these m and 10 o'clock, thexlast seen of him. Oppose the free cofitnge of silver by River Piatt bays exports will not exceed covered the distance to Bordeaux iu lejg N c. 24, In Ef Whether he took the southbound train twenty million bushels the United States alone hours and thirty-fou- r minAustralia and twenty-tw- o er not, is uncertain. The only solution Onjose any law or laws which will de- India shipments will likely be small un- utes, and the return trip to Paris in feet May 12, i8gs. ' that can be given this strange case Js stroy 4he debt-payipewer of gold, sil- til another crop matures. Russia and iwetuy-si- x nours ana tmy-ttirPrices very low. min1ST Department. assortment complete, WORKMANSHIP THE 111! that Mr. Davis had become considerably EAST BOUND.: No. 1.CLASS. 2ND CLASS. ver or paper'iiionoy. Noith America seem to be the main utes, orafthe rate of about fifteen miles No. 9. w BEST Ex Sun Ex Sua Ex Sup Oppose the issuing of any IkumIs by sources of supply for Western Europe. an hour. Town and country roads in involved financially and that it preyed A new Feature in our Cldthing so upon his mind as to unbalance it. Rurx-iaT. M. A. M. A. M. the United Suites payable in gi4d uoin. port btocks are less and interior France, as returning American bicyclists Department is Bicycle Suits, Golf Hose, Shoes and Sweaters and Cans. aVwfrrllS! Versaille... IO 3J 6 40 55 Keep in force the law of 1873 which town elevators reported stock March have told are far superior to those iu However, liisa&sets will exceed those of Nicholas ville. 10 xa 7 35 'II IO his liabilities. Messrs. Thomas A. ami Valley View 55 10 alwut same as a year ago. U. S. sup "3 makes sHver a legal tender. the United States, a tact not to be lost Million " 45 8 ia '11 10 r. m. plies are about 20 millions less than a sight of in any prediction of the wide, L. A Davis are very much troubled over .. 12 01 8 30 the. disappearance of their brother, and Richmond ia 30 pm! TILLMAN NKXT HOOK TO IT. ' Union. ...HMHHH. ia i year a ago. Amount on passage is spread adoption of the motor-vehicn 50 in hardly know what course to ........ x 00 pursue in Moberly ..... la 17 bushels less. Germany.Belgiuiu, this country. Oliver McKee, in March finding Kruficld. ia 30 45 him. Mr. Davis is 57 years old, Pnol. ....... a co Senator Tillman from South Carolina Ita'y, France and Great Britain annually Lippincott's. 1 1 00 over six feel 111 height and a very pleas- Irrine......... . .... J 5 is iu Kentucky At Ixington Satnnlay, import altout 80 percent of the world's A. H ing man in appearance. He married a "AVm. Bell was killed bj plaiuing-mil- l he contirmeil the rejprt that he is a can annual imjwibrihto consuming centres. VoT: NoTT "K5.XTNS. Miss Spears, sister of Mr, Riley F. Sizars WEST BOUND Ex Sun Cx bun Ex Sun Ex Su didtile for President He is a rank Great Britain's average imports since machinery atSouth Wiiliainsburg. and Mrs. J. S. C. Rronaugh, of this r. M. iftilii P.M. and that thc'coiaingChi- - their free trade principle began in 1SG9 At Faulconer & Rue's sale at Danville ' place, aud leaves a wife ami four uhil- - (rrine...... 3 3 .. nl J 1. . fH)ifn lnllnHii wo.. .,uiiu nouiu oe iree stiver or has ranged from about 53 million bushels horses averaged $130, the highest price x 40 Panol....... . 4 Brajjfield-uren to mourn over this sad step It is MolerIy...., 4 30 nothing, which means that if the free-siU- per year to 190 million bushels last year. being $525 for Riensie, brown stallion, rSitsij 1 jS JOO to be hoped that'when Mr. Davis conies Unipn...... - 59 5 o felfows do not get a free-silvliar home grown crop has declined from 11 years old, record to himself, be will either write to aonte Richmond ,.. 4 65 a S7 5 30 3 co jdanfc in the national pTatfcrni they will about 123,00000010 about 38,000 000 last Miliron........ 6 aq, S 30 Raton, New .Mexico had a fifteen foot: of his friends in Jessamine or 6 34 3 'o Teutm to Valley View 5 57 flwk together and have a platform and a year. Their supplies are neara mini- snow Monday Nicholaxville.,...1 6 ii 6 jS 3 35 and a blowing wind. Nichoiasvjlle Journal. i family I creamer..,.. 7 41 4 10 6 35 iwrtv and a candidate all their own. mum average. The Corn Trade News IWiaiq. what Tillman wants, and A.M. r.M. P.M. moft reports: supplies to be drawn from np to DR. Gheati;st COTTON ROOT likiilV wJiathe wjll geL Traini Heis far on the September 1 as 80,000.000 bushels less Discovery or Train! between Loaivtlle wind Versaillei daily i between Cincinnati ind Nicholaivifi, k, it mtw. ail(, Hf nol JHsuJe(I o(f thattlatit year, and 110,000,000 less than , THE MGEi, I i daily lOrWnai iHJenrinu.i Mi.lm, n ii,,ti, ll! mvive All train Connect with Southern Railway to Core Jo l to 4 days." Innat. aad the noiuiua In 1894, and 120.000,000 bushels less than dl&ta la effect; qnlek to txu. au.l Irt.m UiujiviHe. and. with lher C N. O.&T GpbcIm thm We en, 1 xvisb for jhe Kiivvr ... P. tQ'anJfrpm t incinnati. "alwara reMihtn .r.rt . sfA- . . AfKMttlTS marenttv. f m r ' n. EkJii" T..iie t '9 i l j l "vi i i xatiy Jii.l8U$. and 15j3fX)0,O0Q bushels lessthan lwa ya auk for I 'r. Btiai'a I ' nxtoo- - Moot a txl arrl44B rear teeket, all iosj. YouJaBped five hours in 'Louisville, aboufsix ilM-- 1 .no r mihfr.rti.nc tlm., A III IIITIII H nit I&lyr tlniK iiiufctnis it. rwu&iiKIit f,.v 4),.. icao7irjai rviaaici State Is oa aaall Bodfc&s. laUd t. ...M. lils Tker ixrrer i:n -- ..m VMtUA - .:" u,ui,n,,,u ji ?r lnsjiteunjtoa and -- I.. :... i -- r rati and aerer hilar ii 'riumiuatioiL BtuiwEffciatei to hold a key io values. , f -' r thrf.neh mM B xv4iJ.E i low-rate- S4i. lve Rich-hhhh- d Never Did LikB Viatcr. N icholasvtlle people never liked water, except for fire purposes, and now they have gone back on that, and just at a time too whew CurSey's two hig distiller- Sarsapcrilla aa a blood purifier and buildies started ml for a spring run. The ing np medicine leads everything ever produced. It la positively tha belt. Others Journal tays: may make the same claim. But there's "Nicholasville is now without fire prothis diflerence: JFejprore tt. Not by an tection that is so far as concerns the tiquity, but by Jlfcrit. Not by what water works- - At a meeting of the we say, but by Board of Council Wednesday night the what Hood's last quarter's rental ending April 1st, IB If hn amounting to S625, was allowed and the ord of city clerk ordered to notify J. F. Roche, a rec- Cures nnequalled In medical history. secretary and treasurer of the Niehola. It positively, perfectly and permanently ville Water Company, that the board ot cures wh6n all .other medicines fail. Council will no longer pay rental on the of That the .keen discrimination fire plugs of said company and that the the people recognizes its merit and water supply be cut oil". Several reasons the cares by Hood's Sarsaparilla, is have been assigned for the Board's achown by the fact bay Hood's tion, the failure to make a satisfactory that they fe rillainpref- contract with the water company, to- Baraapa- t0 tho ez gether with the town's financial condi erenceand maW&B. all others. elusion ot tion being the principal. The present Hood's Sarsaparilla has a larger sale than state of affairs is to be very much regret- all other blood purifiers. It wins conted and it is hoped will soon be reme- fidence everywhere because the statedied. ments in its advertising aud testimonials are verified by all who take it. No other Inaugural Meeting Queen Oity Jockey-Club- . medicine has ever received such praise, or April 11th to April 25th, races begin co many voluntary testimonials of wonat 2 p. in. sharp. The L. & N. will sell derful cures. No other medicine possesses tickets from all points on K. C. and L. C. '& L. Divisions, including Maysville, LaGrange, Stanford, Livingston and Lexington to Cincinnati at very Tickets will be limited to 5 days from date of sale During the meeting, the peculiar combination, proportion and train leaving Cincinnati at 7:55 p. m will process used in preparing Hood's Sarsapa sti.p at Falmouth and all points south rilla, and which give it merit peculiar to itself. This Is the secret of its wonderful tiiCieof to let oil" passengers. of IU wonRace trains will leave Fourth street power, of its wonderful sales, hold upon the confidence of tho station at 12.20 p. in.. 1.00 p. in. and 1.30 derful This is why It curea Scrofula, people. p. in. Pearl and Butler station at 1.00 p Salt Rheum, Catarrh, Rheumatism, all m and 1.40 p. m. The 8.00 a. m. train Humors, Kidney and liver troubles, Dysfrom Pearl and Butler Station stops at pepsia, That Tired Feeling, builds up the the track. S4.67 round- - trip from Rich nerves, creates an appetite and strengthens mond the whole system. Its merit, itB sales, its Hood's Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, DR Sar Z3 w CREAM BAKING P0WBIB MOST PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frcf from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A-- H TFAP HilBlIM (eMIeM frtiiarrHJcarrtiJ ftlltB C ATK AMr m OTTOAiB B E E R. AMDSHg U I trJIrtJ I tc3 I A Young Jlhid Header Devolopeu rliiplJIpMf ti!?y"r!!lpii nrrrlizrini l.il rf rrf tl rf JJIWIja ralraaraaTpanHJarTHJs SSrmrS rZLlllni It-I- UJ , I Mi I I f31 irn II Inr--I I ESI 11 I a r I parilaa tt er Cures B jd al Panola. s, Dal, Ready, the mind reader, who was in Richmond recently, went also to Winchester. While there he was seen by Leonatd Cook, son of Capt. D. L. Cook, n formerly the hardware mer bant of Richmond. The Winchester papers, the Sun and Democrat tell the rest: How one man can know what is the mind of another without a won! or sign to indicate it is one of the mysteries of nature that have never been explained. That some persons possess this power in a high degree is not to be denied. The power is generally dis Last week Ready, covered by accident. of Lexington, gave a public exhibition here which attracted much attention. Various persons tried to imitate him, and among them Leonard Cook, who found that he possessed this mysterious power in a marked degree. He was given a number of most severe tests, all ot which were easily met. Things were hidden in the most obscure places and nere-ersilfound when blindfolded. For instance a check was hidden within the leaves of a book in the vault of the Clerk's office and the book was placed in a pile of simitar books, but the paper was found without a moment's hesitation as easily as itcnuld have been found tiv ttie one wtio placed it there, lie is a hypnotist of strong power and can make his subject laugh, cry or obey his will in any manner. Since the discovery that he is a mind reader Leonard Cook has submitted to nearly thirty tests, most of them severe enough to convince any one that he pos sesses the mystic power, and in no in stance nas tie laned. Tuesday lie was tested at the Winchester Bank by Rev. B. B. Bailey and Walker Hampton. These gentlemen put a copper coin in the drawer of a desk, locked the drawer and then hid the key. Cook, who had in the meantime been iu another room was then becurely blindfolded, and, without any previous knowledge of where the articles were concealed, took the gentlemen each by the hand and after a moment's hesitation started rapidly over the route they had taken going through doors and avoiding obstructions tlie same as if he had the Use of his sight, found the key, then the desk, unlocked the drawer aud took out the coin. Mr. Cook cannot explain the mystery. He only knows that if a person is thinking auont a certain place or thing, he gets the impression of that persons mind iu some way as soon as he takes hold of his hand, and instinctively goes to the place or thing thought of. This is the orly explanation the gift, or art, or science, or whatever it may be called, is susceptible well-knowpas-siiig;- iii y Most EeMle U MIAMI Cheapest ta in k City, M F3 1 GRAND OPENING? Of a Complete Litis of Sring and Summer Goods. tf ili flB ILLEIERY MO lULuMl. pi t -J' 4 ntm 2.c sKaw &(,if'v la mm m Mmis m"i "" . DRY GOODS. H the": :fjjjust Jl' 8wHITEGOODS,EMBROIDERIES,LACES AND EDGINGS fli SHOE DEPARTMENT. Otir slioe Department is IVoav Complete.... - ''f Jj ' f m SUITS CHILDREN'S CLOTHING A SPECIALTY. Ii2 FROM C:5c JEAN PANTS CAPS. HATS LOiVG ftMrasraarSJ r 1 BOYS' SHORTp'l X and RELIABLE. mm WmmWY 1 1 3 mmmmwmmmmmylBmmm rI r- KLIM & SQ3N, ri s l(r irBfMrMBffaa I I I I -- ai r' -- new-good- s '" il m M ETTHEBENEFIT && trahta n 1 fSMra mttit -- I m Lej:-MatM- l4Gihl ''W& OF GOODS. &JJJO!4MJ' i 1 1 ! -- m ; m 11 a. E" 1PL&J1EI& NPc o& iVl-T- ItEI) brl. NEW dlx:'e THEY AEE CHEAPER, WE BOUGHT THEM POE LESS AND AHE SELLING THEMPOH MUCH LESS. 1 Jp s lxk tp j. ttt Gladness Comes THIS Xk3 NO BLUFF BUT FACTS, pa ubii&iMafo - -- Turko-KHhMa- EL BOYS LOTH1M I'ost-IHwtel- i, np ij jj3 -I-- ., l- " s l" """"" 1 ill ifp 0 iPOTITJiLAiri SMILM IN . ABfEMKOAoIl well-inform- .iBi lifil - l N. !. & 0. il. Time Table Hats For Every One, ng ee Mhta. fl'Vfc' Wig 00 le IA IHibfc; -- lipuive us a Call. ljg ,. ti Si MD COMPLETE We will' make it Us All, ON to. a the mutual interest For "" u. er er 24.,.. 8Ie iiiur COVIN & MITCHELL r.d RUST'S IOE0N the 1 IIs -- irre-ate- -' '. MILK - 21 et 'MLsltjst BcnjEsrn. ', '' TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS j -- 4i aa ji't y- Ttjf JWK iSSto"' Co , St. PwI.SllBe. 4KiM ......:.,..,. """"'" 1 ticket aieatr addie in cT 'K.s:"i": "" ft ".. "''' " 1 V I I ' " Madison County assessment of land is Arrangements have been made with PF.RSnNAI.S the Richmond Cornet Band to play for $58,000 more than last yea.--; and yet the the Grand Comraandery. The band ie Board of Equalization af Frankfort has Milch rows for sale by J. H Boggs. practicing nightly and will have sixteen raised it three per cent. Mr D. B. Murphy ,'of the firm of" Gar symptoms. members. See local. Strong lied In A Bow Knot. rani & Murphy, Irvine, was here last Pale, thin people, who are overworked, H. J. Streng is making same finjj dis Mrs R. H. Woodcock diel at Dan week and had considerable' work done at who need strength, who seem in want of p'ays in dress goods. Cliange of proville last wet k. .the Climax office for his firm. On Friday the literary societies of gram proper food, should take Shaker Digesevery da-- . Douglas & Moberley, of tliejnillsat Central University will contest for ten The monthly Mrs. R, E. Turley is visiting in Jessa- tive Cordial. It is astonishing what food artiste on arnragments. Ford amounts to $7,O0Q, will do when properly digested. orators to be selected. The Philalethean mine. Only tv Fe-Bones. will present fifteen candidates and the It will make you strong, revive you, Mr. J. Howell Kent, who, for some It is said that Richmond is to have Epipbyllidian ten, the latter in the afJ. II. Embry, J. B. Hundley and oth- times past, has been engaged here as refresh you, sustain you, make you fat, red hot local option fight. a ers, opened a Red Indian grave at Silver agent ot the Sun Life ternoon, the former at night. Insurance Co., left restore your color, make muscle, brain Laura, daughter of A. Creek recently, but nothing of impor- last Saturday for Louisville to accept a fibre, courage, endurance, energy, inJ. Broaddus, nied March 25th. Did. tance was found. The bones were much responsible place on The Daily News crease your power to throw off disease Mrs. Lucy Frazier died at the Infirmdecayed. A hundred prisoners in the Frankof that city. Mr. Kent came here with and keep you healthy and happy. Indigestion does just the opposite, but In order to give every cne an opportunity to seenre some of these bargains, we wlil have special honrly ary in Richmond, on "Wedesday, April penitentiary have measles. fort the Ogden Comedy Company, last DeSeries of Sermons. Sih, aged 25 years. Funeral was preachcember, and during his stay here lias indigestion can be cured and prevented W. G. Ham was arrested in Lexing- ed A series of meetings will begin at "W. sales of the following Goods which will be sold only during the hours named atthe prices, and only for CASH. No with Shaker Digestive Cordial. at the home of her Providence church, near Foxtown, next made many friends who wish him much ton Monday for horse stealing. Trib-blTrial bottle 10 V Tudor, Thursday, by Rev. Jeff Sold by druggists. success in his new field. goods named will be charged at these prices, and when the time is np, the regular price will be charged. Don't cents. Interment in- - the cemetery. .She Monday evening. Dr. Young will be asJake Collins has more than several Mr. Joe Phelps, of Fayette county, was sisted by Rev. J. H. Williams of was a daughter of Thomas Pulley. Climax. words for you in Southern Baptist Convention, Chatta ask ns to vary from this, as we will be COMPELLED TO SAY NO. BEAR IN MIND THAT ONLY CASH WILL GET Preaching after Monday night here last week, for the first time since he Leaves three children. was hurt several months ago. It will be nooga, May 8th. may be in day time Only six marriages this mouth, w ith THESE GOODS AT THE PRICES NAMED. recalled that he, in getting into a City Assessor. prospects not fluttering for six more- Henry "Ward Beecher once informed a Hailror,d to to Sold. sulky, was thrown out and the up- man who came to him complaining of F. L. Wardroper was elected City AsRichmond has sixteen passenger The Richmond, Nicholasville, Irvine per part of his nose striking the wheel gloomy and despondent feelings, that sessor "Wednesday night by the Council, and Beatty ville railroad will be sold on trains daily, except Sunday, when it has was seriously crushed. He bled pro what he most needed was a good ca2To. vice AViuk Biggerstaff, who resigned on May 9th. The least money that will get six. fusely, even alarmingly, and could not thartic, meaning, of course, such a mediol ill health. Mr. "Wardroper it is $550,000. If you want a good road acconnt be taken home for some time The cine as Ayer's Cathartic Pills, every dose Reports from all parts of the Vounty resigned from the Board of Education so Full standard Indigo blue calicoes, fancy calicoes, light ihirtina A real good Ladies' Fast Black Hose, regular price 35c. will be sold from. calicoes unite in saying that wheat does not look there could be no question as to his eli and want it bad, scrape your little stuff wound has healed, but left some disfigu- being effective. will b sold from 10 to 11 a. m. for 4c. together and bid. K) to 10 a.m. for 25c. ration, and what is more, his nasal well. gibility. He is an energetic, painstaking CASH. Judge George W. Craddock died at breathing is impaired. But Mr. Phelpr-iVi ill Retire For a Year. CASH. man, and will find ever1 dollar's worth H. J. Streng is on the Frankfort aged 84 years. still a handsome man and good for anof property in town. again, and tells you about it in Prof. J. D. Clark, principal of Ca'd-wother half century. No small objection which young folks Climax. High School, will ask for a year's Circuit Court. spring medicines was Widney Cobb and Calvin Taylor, both had to the leave of absense at the close of the pres H. G. Bush, Upper Howards creek, Judge Scott's court is up with the ent session. He is to travel in the in- of Red House, have come home, the for- their nauseousness. In our day, this ob10-- 4 Pepperal bleached Clark county, whose wife was an Oldham, docket having transacted a large amount Lonsdale bleached cotten, Masonville bleached cotton, Fruit of the sheeting, 18c; 4 Pepperal bleached sheeting, 16c; terest of the Fitz Liquor Cure and estab- mer from Arkansaw and the latter from jection is removed and Ayer's Sarsapa-rilldied last week. Commnuwealth's lish agencies. A good place for a good Illinois. of equity business. the most powerful and popular of 4 Pepperal brown sheeting, 14 J yards forj Loom bleached 16c. cotton, will be sold in this way: is as pleasant to the palD "Will Gregory, of Fort Estill, is bav Attorney Crntcher has been present but man is thus made vacant. Airs. C. H. Pigghas returned from a Will be sold from 12 to 1 p. m. S1.00; only 14 yards sold to one person, from 11 to 12 m. ate as a cordial. ing his last year's cron of corn gathered had no important criminal cases. Woods visit to relatives at Lexington. ITe-Trustee. Rovston was sent to the penitentiary one so he can plant again. CASH. CASH. Colorado has just passed through a Miss Annette Riddell, daughter of Sid Brink, the The Board of Education has elected year for "With free drug stores, free pikesand Judge Robt. Riddell, of Irvine, terrific blizzard. Win. L. Crutcher to fill the vacancy in w bite boy, two years for same offense. visited Mrs. E. B. Hume, this place, last free silver, nobody need to freeze to Centuries ago. people used to fear The grand jury adjurned, yesterday, the Board caused by the resignation of week. death this summer. what they called the pestilence "Black F. L Wardroper. Mr- Crutcher met having found thirty indictments. Mrs. Dr. Frazee and daughter have re- Death" was the most terrible thing in John R. Gibson and Dr. "W. W. with the Board last night. The honor 26 pieces May fair Lawns, our regular price 12$c per yari, will be sold for Five hundred yards all wool Dress Goods, the newest effects in weaves, Handsome Country Residence of I. was entirely unsolicited, and in his ac- turned from a visit to friends iu St. Louis, the woild to them. They feared it as to Burgin made the round trip 9c, from 2 to 3 p. m. C. Vanmetor Burned Testerd&y. kmr regular 50c goods, will be sold for 35c, from 1 to 2 p. m. people now fear the Cholera and Yeliow their hikes. ceptance he specified that he wouldserve Mo. Mrs. H. C. Mills and Miss Alice Moore Fever. Aud yet there is a thing that o'clock yesterday morning one year and no more. About ten CASH. CASH. at Providence Union Sunday-6choare visiting relatives and friends in causes more misery and more deaths church, this county, will be reorganized flames were seen issuing from the resiA. !). Flora Burned Out. than any of these. It is so common that Midway, this week. dence of Isaac C. Van meter, Jr. A very bundav next at 10 o'clock. On Tuesday night of last week, of all the sickness in the high wind was blowing and in a short Mr. George Corzelius of Hotel Glyn-do- n had a 40,000 fire. Among the William Preston Norris, a has gone West on a considerable world is tract able to it. It is merely that time the whole building was in flames. business places burned out was the marn mountain man from the tow n of So simple, common thing constipation. It quickly did they spread that but little trip. Hamburgs will be the bargain sale from 4 to 5 p. m. 7c Hamburgs at Twedty-fiv- e ble shop of A. D. Flora, late of Richpieces colored French Indio Dimities, our regular price 30c, Jacksing, is here for a few days. makes people listless, causes dizziness, of the contents could be saved, and nearMrs S. Parnsh is visiting herdaughter, Sc; 10c Hamburgs at 7Jc; 15c Hamburgs atl2c; 20c Hamburgs at 16Jc and! mond. His loss was $800. Another loss of appetite, loss of sleep, headaches, will be sold for 20c per yard from 3 to 4 p. m. Express Messenger Pryor was sick ly everything was lost. The building firm burned out was Begot & Begoy, Mrs. Davis, at Campbells ille. (soon. All Hamburgs will besoldatspecialBdrgainhours3le,from4toop.m foul breath and distress after eating. The seeral days last week, and Elmer Parrish was one of the best and most substantial whic'u. firm name possibly cxplod'-- and VJAStl. Squire Green B. Million has returned little help needed is furnished by Dr. CASH. made the runs to Mav6ville for him. brick residences in the county and was set the town on fire. from Hot Springs improved in health. Pellets One pill is a Pieices Pleasaut will be Rev. Dr. Young came pretty nearly elegantly fitted up. The loss Mr. W S. Hume, of Silver Creek, came gentle laxative and two a mild cathartic Do Ton Want Shares ? Iioxtx about eight thousand dollars with no inv iping out the old parsonage debt at the home Monday from California, and is Once used, always iu favor. If you are surance. Winchester Democrat Col. Tobias Gibson has mailed a cirMethodist church, Sundav. said to he a more pronounced careless enough to let an unscrupulous cular letter to prominent tobacco growers man than Uncle Tiff. Cities-R- . druggist sell you something on which he Changed Three additions to the Methodist throughout Central Kentucky, containMr. E. V. Elder is in the cities buying makes more monev, it is your own f?ult church, this place, Sunday Misses Maud C. Stocton, whosome weeks ago ing a blank to be filled out and stating We will also add each hour something new and make special honr BARGAIN PRICES jnst to stimulate this great if you do not get well. Be sure and get and Delia Fisher and Miss Georgie Pow- went to Chicago to cut for the large tail- how many shares of stock, at $20 per goods. unprecedented sale. These goods will be 'sold at prices named as long as we have any in the house, but don't for)r. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. ell Mi. Everett Berry, of Paris, formerly oring house of W. P. Crenshaw & Co , is share, would be taken by them respecstamps to get that to get them at these prices you want to bring the CASH, as we will not charge them at THESE PRICES. Send 21 cents in Only twenty stallions have, so far, now orated in Cincinnati. As he weut tively in the Central Kentucky Tobacco (he handsome man of the Richmond poWorld's Dispensary Medical Association, lice force, is here on a brief visit. bren licenced in Madison county, this through the Queen City to the Windy Growers' Asssociation. Buffalo, N. Y., and receive Dr. Pierce's season, or lebo than half the usual num- City, he called on the Cooper Toiloring y. Will "Wed 1008 page 'Common Seuse Medical AdAn Important Imlnstry. Co,, 422 Race street, whose extenshe ber. Cards are out for the marriage of Miss viser," profusely illustrated. Few persons are acquainted with tin house is in the Arcade Building, and ar"I'll Tell Papa on Ton" is the title ranged with them for their spring and Lunella, daughter of Grand Chaplain magnitude of the bottling works now in Bishop Ryan of Buffalo, is dead. of a new song composed by Fred Lone summer work. He came home last week Rev Henry R. Coleman, of the Grand operation in Richmond. and published by Fisher and Bro., In cases where dandruff, scalp dis The house is on Orchard street, near for a brief stay. He says Chicago is Commandery of Kentucky to Mr. George W. Sanibberry, atthe Chestnut Street M. the burnt mill and is not falling and grayness of the hair easf-s- , making arrangements for the great attractive a to Shall we have more policemen and n.itional convention that is to nominate E Church, South, Ljuisville, "Wednes- exterior, but proprietor R. J. Smith vis appear, do not neglect them, but apply OUT! day evening, April 15 at 7 o'clock. They itissoontobe added to and otherwise a proper remedy and tonic like Hall's fewer town cows on the streets, or fewer Carlisle. will reside at Middlesboro, Ky. Mason- improved. cowr- ou the Hair Renewer. policemen and more town ic Home Journal. John llambrirk Torn to Pieces at Ford. Several thousand dollars worth of mastreets? War between Japan and Corea is probone of the most popJohn Hambrick, chinery are in the house. There are gas able. News From New York. John Hambrick, engineer in a mill ular men in Ford, was instantly killed Opposition dies for want of anigenerators purifiers, tlltereis, corkers, OPENING AT A society publication in New York Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers fit Ford was caught by the encine, esterday morning. He was engineer boiler and engine, and other requisites. mation as it gazes on our offerings y 'Wednesday, and horribly mangled, dy- for the Asher Lumber Company and at named ' Form," contains a fine portrait A distilled water apparatus is shrrtlv In can he applied when at home, and of Miss Margaret Chenault. of Richmond, ing instantly. successful in coloring a brown or the usual time assumed the duties of his be added and will be the only one in the '3 and a pen sketch of her. Mention of sev State attached to Iwttling a A pile of rubbish at Ford, burnedt station. works. Ab- black. Hence its great popularity. eral recent entertainments is made, His work was in the lower part of the solutely pure driuks cannot be had withMonday, the blaze shooting up a hunand compares them with the A'gents Wanted among them, that given by Mrs. J. V. , out absolutely pure water. Mr Smith but no building. dred feet and scaring prices. We carry the largest most An unusual bumping noise was heard Logan in bouor of Mrs. Evan McCord. uses the finest preparations in his work. For frozen perfumes, the finest and damage done samlines I "We give the lowest prices. by those in the mill above, and on inves The announcement is made that some- Not content with ordinary sugar he bujs lasting perfume made. Full size Rev. J. K. Smith preached at the tigatiug, ples and terms sent by mail for 10 cts. We invite inspection. Hambrick was found wound thing startling is soon to take place in the choicest crystalized. His extracts Address Box 2SS, Presbyterian church in Winchester, Sun- around a shaft and dead. The body was Richmond society. are from Lippincott'e, Philadelp' ia ; EST COLLINS FURNITURE GO. Nicholasville, Ky. day, and his pulpit here was filled by fearfully mangled and torn, the lower Looks Like Honda. Matthews, New Yoik; and similar Rev. Dr. Barbour. limbs having been torn away by the force Soutlieru Baptist Convention. In the circuit court Judge Scott over- houses in Chicago. of the machinery. For the occasion of the Southern BapThe latest drink is pepsin pop. tur Miss Nannie Shaw died at the home ruled the application for an injunction 18. -A- pril Li, 17 He had been at Ford for several years to restrain the city council from issuing rounding towns are ordering largely. tist Convention, which will convene at of (i. B. Baxter, at Pond church, Sunday, came originally from Owen county. bonds to pay outstanding indebtedness. inclusive May Chattanooga. Tenn., April oth, and the remains were taken and Bothllaa Forgotten It ami .Neither vau 1U the Southern Railway will sell tickets to He leaves a wife and four children. to Athens for burial. No decision has been rendered, but it is call It. Chattanooga, Tenn., and return, at rate Winchester Democrat. believed that the court will hold that the N. B. Gentry will travel in KenSome time ago a profes- of one limited first clabs fare for the council has a right to issue bonds. The The .New Colored Woman. tucky for the Daniel "Webster Manufacsional man of Richmond was called in round trip. Tickets will be sold Mav 5 sibters who ride wheels case will go at once to the Court of Ap- by The turing Co , of Chicago, which sells chairs a banker, w ho asked : "Why don't to 8 inclusive, good to return fifteen days and wear leggins, and hiled shirts, and peals. on the instalment plan. council adopted Mr. Walker's mo- you make your friend out heie iu the from date of sale, but limit on tickets The run for office and belong to clubs and country renew that note?" He referred may be extended, allowing fifteen days S IN THE CITY THIS WEEK AND WILL RETURN WITH SOME William Vories, w ho went to Nashtalk politics and do other masculine tion to pay present obligations with to a substantial fanner a short distance additional time, provided they are deville to locate, could not trade with W. not the only new women in present collections, but it is probable east of town. "What note?" was Country Produce especially wanted. the posited with Joint Agent, Chattanooga, Tandy Chenault, for his dairy plant, and things, are Richmond. On Saturday afternoon, the that the new law will not be applied, as Prompt delivery of goods to all parts of town. prompt query. "A note for four hun- on or before May 14, 1S95. has returned to Richmond. colored women of Barnaul's Hill played the bonds willl do away with the neces- dred dollars, several Canned Goods. years old," said the The Southern Railway reaches ChatKentucky jumped from winter into a regulation game of base ball. The sity for that play. Salt by the Barrel. banker. '"That man does not owe me tanooga Irom all directions, aud its sersummer at one bound, making a change spectators were mostly women and chilTobacco and Cigars. Alex Conn Dead. $400, or any other amount by note," as- vice is unexcelled. It is the short line of fort' degrees in a few days, proving dren. What they lacked in grace and Candies and Cakes. Many people, old and young, here- serted the professional man. "I'll show and the scenic route from Louisville, in that she is as devoid of spring as an ox- beauty they made up in noise. But they abouts, knew Alex Conn, the portrait you," said the banker, and reaching Green Groceries XfifCome andsee me . . ... into connection with the Queen and Crescent cart. played, and they didn't play the painter. He died in the Garrard county the vault brought forth a note duly South Carolina, Georgia and Florida The Warsaw Independent gives the devil, either, as boys and women Sunday. His age wasprobably signed by the farmer and several years points. The Southern Railway is the names of persons who went over into 6ome times do, but played ball. They 55 years. Before the war, deceased paint- old. The professional man was puzzled. short line and operates the quickest and Indiana to estaldish a Christian church, were hard hitters, and made every thing ed at Dr. Letcher's and in other families He had no recollection of any mouied most convenient schedules from points ou its line in Mississippi, to Chattanooga. including in and around Richmond and was sucand among them is George Mershon, from a base hit to a home-rutransaction of that amount with the inFor further information, call on any professionals. cessful. About fifteen years ago he 'two baggers," like unto this place dividual in question, and promptly said Agent of the Southern Railway, or E. J. If these players will charter the camto Richmond, broken in health so. In a few days, however, he met the Martin, T. P A., Columbus, Miss.. A. CapL David L. Cook, formerly in the pus and give due notice, they'M have a ffi1 way farmer and a3ked pleasantly, "when are Whedon, P. & T. A , Louisville, Ky.. J and lived in a sort of hardware business here, but for a num- thousand spectators. I. Meek.T.P. A.Knoxville, Tenn.. "W. VKarvt for some months. Several years ago he you going to pay me that little note? It's our aim to give you in fnraitura H Doll, T P. A., Chattanooga, Tenn., ber of years at "Winchester, has located (Iff That Badge. came back to Richmond entirely broke "What note? I don't owe you any note," L. A Shipmau, T P. A., Birmingham, Take the lightest weight consistent with at Paris, having bought out a hardware down and utterly incapable of painting. replied the farmer. "Well," said the Ala., J.C. Andrews, S. W. P. A., strength and beauty of design. store in that place. Few persons are aware of the law reLa , L. S. Brown, G. A. P. D., He had many friends here and they professional man, "to be candid about cently enacted by the Legislature agaiiibt helped him along until a year ago he Washington, 1). C. W. A. Tuik, G. P. A. Cumbersome Furniture 1 cai.'t recollect any thing A yellow boy named Palmer was Washington. D. C, S. H Hardwick, A the wearinc of badges, pins, emblems or went to Oklahoma to live with relatives, the matter, VERY RESPECTFULLY. by Jack Shearer, filled full of buck-shIs an obsolete idea and we do not deal Atlanto, Ga., C other insignia of societies, lodges, fcc, by but soon returned to his native county. about it either, hut one of the banks G P. A., A., Chattanooga, A. Benscoter, 43 Wednesday, colored, near Speedwell, iu antiquities. Modern styles, modem here hulds a note in favur of me and A. G. P. persons not entitled to wear them. Here Alex Conn was a painter of ability, against you for $400, and I don't know but Dr. Foter dressed the wounds and is methods and modern workmanship are : the law lluw'sTh s? and bad reed more books than most men. what it is for." So they went straight pronounced. tliem slight. characteristic of our stock and methods-CaCHAPTER X.. He was as genial a soul as ever lived. way to the bank, and the note was proand get our prices. AVe offer one hundred dollars reward April 15, 1805, thirty-on- e years ago An act to prohibit the wearing of COLLINS FURNITUREGO The Fiscal Court should pass an order duced. The moment the farmer glanced for any case of Catarrh that cannot be to daj- at seven o'clock and twenty-twbadges of societies by others than memat the signature, he remarked : "Tin t cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure to remove the Court House fence. a great and good man passed bers thereof. minutes, is my handwriting and I would never F, J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. over to the silent majority Abraham Be it enacted by the General AssemDon't let anyone persuade you to take have signed that note if I had not have "We, the undersigned, have known F. OF Lincoln breathed his last. bly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky: owed it, but I can't recall the matter in J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be- anything else instead of Simmons Liver try to Section 1. That any person who shall n lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus- Regulator. Some merchants will C. U Mandolin and Glee clubs were Baldwin, Harry A. the slightest haven't the faintest wilfully wear the badge of the Grand Aldrigdge, Sadie of the transaction." Then he iness transactions and financially able do this but not for your gjod. They do entertained by Dr and Mrs. Foster. WedBolar, Yew Republic, Masonic, Odd Banway, Milt told the banker to calculate the interest, to carry out any obligatious made by it to make a little more piofit on some-thinesday night, and half the telephone Army of the Bogard.J. C. Bogard Botmen, Bettie Fellows, Knights of Pythias, Knights of which is of an inferior quality, and it amounted 4o $120. 'Make it even their firm. people in town listened to the music, much for Honor, Confederate Veterans or other Burton, Burton. money," said the fortunate 'tarty "put & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, though you must pay just as West which eoti'd be distinctly heard. Chambers, Jerry. similar secret societies, or who shall Campbell, Bcokie good. Be sure to take the whole thing at 500." So they did Toledo, 0.. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, the bad as for the Collins, Jas. (reg- G W. "Webber and wife, who re- wear the same to obtain aid or assistance Cline, C C Simmons Liver Regulator and nothing and the farmer gave his check for the Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. istered. packcently went to Le Roy, 111., to live, thereby, within this State, unless he Cotton J. Farris nd took up the note. To this amount Hall's Catarrh Cure is takeu internally else. Look tor the Red Z on every Moberley, this coun- shall be entitled to wear or use the same Davis, W H have come lack to day neither of the men can recall iu the acting directly upon the. blood and mu- age. Estill, Carrie ty, lo live, as the death of P. G. Lykins, under the rules and regulations govern- Edwards. Kate Spring Timn slightest the tiausaction that led to the cous surface of the Bystein. Testimo brother of Mrs. Webber, necessitated ing said organization, shall be guilty of Glascock, Harriett Grimes Belle Mrs note. But ""Walk" says he's satisfied nials sent free. Price 75c per bottle-Sol- Is when nearly cvery"ont feels the need a misdemeanor, and upon conviction their return. Miss fg) andof course "Dock" is by all Druggists. of some blood purifying, strength inshall be punished by imprisonment for Hey wood, Nellie Hays, Rich vigorating and health producing mediDon't miss seeing those fine silver A howling dust storm through the a term not exceeding thirty days in the D. P. Vnnir ii receiving his spring Hubbard A. J. inlaid fipooiuat D.P. Armeies, warranted cine. The real merit of Hood's Sareapa-rill- a Monday county jail or a fine not to exceed twenty Holla way. Pina Mrs streets of Richmond prevailed slock of Jewelry and Novelties someis the reason of its widespread pop45 for 25 years and cheap. forenoon, sufficient to give a fellow the dollars, or by both such fine and im- Jones Annie thing entirely new. The latest fads in ularity. Its unequalled success is its Egyptian opthalmia, if he only knew prisonment. Kran Mrs. L. ! bells, ladies watch guards, suver novelVn Pni. Knap nr Prnatfri Kv Ihe whole sys enough about the thing to take it. want best recommendation. ' Sec. 2. This act shall be in full force Lyons, Geo Mrs. Here's a unique advertisement from ties and in fact anything you may susceptible to the nioBt good from tem is his line at bottom prices, Don't fail and effect from and after its passage. Miller, Mattie Mrs. Maupin Saml Clay county: "To the girls Jjetween the in taken Miss Amy Smith, this place, was one a medicine like Hood's 18- March 17, 189G. Approved ' McWharter, Lucinda ages ot 1C and 21, vhom it amy concern, to see them. of the contestants in the oratorical conat this time, and he would lay special he it known: That I, Jnrvis Pinner, test at Cynthiana. and was accompanied Nells, F. A. stress upon the time andiemedy, for hisNotice of Convention. The blue bird is hailed as a harbinger Owens, W H whose pobt office address is Pigeon Rooste, by a number of friends, but Miss Nellie tory has it recorded that c jelays are danPetry Mollie The "Pioneer District" of the Ken- PI axes "W A Clay county, Ky., being of sound mind ot Spring. It is also a reminder that a gerous. The remarkable success achieved Heudren, of Nicholasville, was the winr is needed to prepare the tucky "W.C T. U. will hold Its annual Picket G L aud capable of contracting and being extby Hood's Sarsaparilla and the many ner. Steward Henry Spencer, Minnie "be system for the "debilitating weather to in Lancaster, Ky., April 21st, Suifteen, Rice Convention racted with, and possessed with an el words of praise it has received, make it Smith, Elijah The L. & N. has bought the Cumber- 22nd, and 23rd. egant farm of 150 acres, with au orchard come. Listen and you will hear the worthy of your confidencu. "We ask you Terrell Beveley Ayer's Sarsapa-rillland Gap tunnel and approaches, and J. B. Wiujs. Delegates and visitors are requested to of 300 hearing apple tiees, aud stocked birds singing: "Take to give this medicine a fair trial. P.M. in March, April, May." the Southern Railway Co. has bought send iu their names as soon as possible, with the latest improved Poland Chi"The CaatHon l'riplej' the road leading from Knoxville to Cum- that arrangements may be made for enWin. Rue, of Danville, the widely- - na hogs and Spanish .chickens, together "" As Abraham Lincoln calltil them, do not berland Gap, but these sales will not tertainment. known horseman, has had his left arm with all necessary comforts of life, WEAK MEN 1HADE Vl&OROUS care to argue about theirtilments What make any change in train time at Richand amputated as the result of an abscess of but like Adam with an Eden, but A special rate of one they want is a medicine! that will cure mond. the hend. no helpmate, do hereby proniiss to will fare has been granted by the L. & N. them,. The. simple, hocjat statement, to all persons desiring to attend the Detective Drake, of Lexington, to any young wpmnn of the ages referred Billy Barton, of this place, formerly "I know that Hood's Sariwparilla cured When purchasing tickets captured one of the McCoys in Magoffin to, who will be au Eve to me and share U. S. storekeeper at Silver Creek, but convention. me," is the best argument in favor of shonld secure cerLancaster, parties of my ISDCf. sDAY. 27w0f. ibmy. who went out with the Republican ad for count, and he will be sent to AVaeo the com forts and joys of my home and this medicine nd thislw what many flesh' a)d tificates from the agent stating that they Texas, on a murder charge. fortune, being 'flesh -Wfeat PErFER'S MERVSGQR M thousands voluntarily-say'- j ministration, has been appointed by T . U i... . done so. These certificates when 'bone of nly.bpne all of realty and per,y sail tra'cUr. Cures when ol. It acta Dffirerfullr men reffftln lost tnsn&ood. On. Gov. Bradley superintendent of the sta- have . nth.H fall- Truing ilOOfi s rllisar me otei auer umuer Lancaster will to the agent at Arnold brother, sons of Elder T. N. sonal effect ami promise to be to her a menrecoTerrouUinil visor. AboIelfOonr-nn(el- o bles at Lexington Insane Asylum, and presented digestion, cure headache; Core Keneuwu. i.nt Itnllty. nills:as6t secure a return trip ticket at Arnold, of Frankfort, supposed to have, kind- - and loving husband. But it is un r the work will le well done. at- -. K'alllnif rate. been drowned in Florida, have been derstood that no gitl who is named Hu- - cmm, and OK tfeOt ofMemory. Woitlni Slf JXK. Hit atnuu cr extttta artMaudard Time Agmta Wast til WoruS OB 1BKH1U7 UIU CUfura,nivi sie netd apply. The girl in order to be ' ftSlftSStSrti islet lapafe a worthless nubatltdte ot A full delegation ia desired from each found in the Cuban army. lrteWBTetertroau wlnstaton!"- acceiCi liiusl ne oi goou lamuvanti ' jou t reason why Richmond Union in the district. Prominent lec"Wanted, wi a (hustlers) ..to Is there suy a Br B. rww! orm aim uivlrv fare . ln ... j Tine f.nd. Placp. c" beoarrlea towetBoekst. Prepiw plain irp- introduce a Hew pattefieuartwie can't have standard timij? Jexingtori, turers have been secured for the differd womt-No nut: uobM or ueed pr. 11 par box, or ror MS. trUh JL P. Armer has an elegant line o- Oare wStAwl (ha D. whoows HrlHtn UBarsatee Winchester and all the other towns ent evenings, and au enjoyable and promm bays apply. This J a rare opportunity.'' MnT. pMBBktet fne.iSoM br draffteu. AMr FBFjrjSX MXBIOJLXj JL'X, CMws. m. L,l. .'Ur.iuur fat tikrottt BSrtieB. i .?&- - .nss.-- siafc sew goods that be ,18 offering vesy pheap n fitunN- around us have adopted it; why can't fitable time Is anticipated. . SlfLrtf and ttnaimMMlate. a.ic.H. ce., s bld by JUcbuHMtd. Urug Co aed W V out tlwe. Hd Hikes. Go aad get bohw. Mi J. H. Botss li6 foufywmg Mrs. Makqaket Giia, Pres we have itaud heap with the procee-eio?' i Tnpte Bilg.,rKUdlpi milch. coUJKrif-rf. It Iks. MabvPattebsoj.', JCor. ScU- - .bftrafwlii'.e tber are offeied. , l iiite. WEDNESDAY, THE CLIMAX, Homo BaHd Will P.ay. Land Assessment. - - Al'Rlt 15. 1SSG. LLZZZ1J I I Foodtundigested, is poison. Digested, it is life and strength- - Millions of us suffer from indigestion, out we often don't know it. We think it is something else. Even doctors often mistake the Every Do A Bargain b KTW Don pay-ro- ll HENRY J. STRENG'S i5 two-year-o- half-brothe- r, e. Cyn-thian- a. 's XLX T sm. . long-sha- ft Bargain 1. Bargain Mb. 2. s war-pat- h to-da- ell old-tim- e Bargain No. 3. Bargain ITo. 4. a, 9-- 10-- blood-purifier- s, sr Ex-Circ- house-breaki- ng - Bargain Ho. 5. Bargain, Uo. S. Lexing-Sunday.o- n ol Camp-bellsvil- lc nine-tent- hs well-kno- w Bargain Uo. 7. Bargain Mo. 8. fcl ) - t $1 fi d During each sales we will add special bargain prices in fiee-silv- er CLOTHING FOR MEN, BOYS & CHILDREN. YOURS FOR BARGAINS, 1" one-ce- nt 1 n -- i To-da- New-Yor- N.J.STREN6. C11H - isuni-forml- even-body- Li ii 0 (I and Co. s. and naf$$anug i . , ! y 4 42-4- 5. Thursday, Friday Saturday, r ui 4, well-know- n pale-face-d MRS. MAUPIN hk ni hie; km. BEAUTIES o R THE WAY OF IX poor-hou- se Spring ardl Surnmr MILLINERY. W W9i E. R, Rowland, IfM n, hand-to-mou- th ft New-Orlean- ot - o L P. Todd & Co. nc ll LIST LETTERS iccol-lectio- BUNCOE STEERERS GOLD GET TOUR MONEY DKDEE TAEIODS SORTS OF FALSE PRETENSES. YOU Will FtoteUy Escape the blood-purifie- a But YOU may Inferior Grades of BRICK MAN, Taken in by the People Who Have M810" ones which the7 offer you. at one-thir- d K-- BTf Vf T "pQ 1 L.L.DQ G-QQT- most any price, " - BTTY A T71" - f-r one-thi- rd ,.- - ;GREAT G vyrs-if'fiii-. H TIRE. m . ie-nf- first-cla- ss J UME b -- FOB MAGE. t"i liMrai-lA- - - crobs-eve- u k-o- n rx Et r first-clasv u? v r- h in nmiHB run., mmwmi iiMMmb . .j j ,1 ii - X'. 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A convict named Sullivan, whe was; released last wepk. it is said, win assisting in'the plot and- had writtei to Clark, telling him in oipher that the plan, was working all. right. - t - n ceired his sentence. The judge said , n I : I er were under indictment for the same charge and their cases still pend- ing he would refrain from admonish-in- g young Pace. The hoy was brought from the jail handcuffed and a trace chain locked around his arms. The chain was then fastened around the neck of a little mountain pony on which the boy was mounted. After he had been fastened on the animal a deputy sheriff took the youthful prisoner over the road along which his victim had been hauled to the grave 27 days before. This was done the authorities claim as a lesson to mountain boyb who are inclined to look upon murder as a deed of valor. SHUT OUT. JjonlKTllle Cops Can't t, fotw,. nH Ar Km,. i Organizations. to Political if M M EI S; UB T 11. Chief of Police Taylor created a stampede an.'ong his men Friday morning by that policemen can not belong to political organizations. '1 he law, it is claimed, also applies to members of the fire department, who are prohibited under the rules of the ilepartuient from belonging to any political society. There are said to be. quie a number of firemen who ltelong to the A. P. A., and this, it is claimed, is clearly against the law. The board of safety was Friday asked what action was to be taken, but CoL Tilford said that the subject had not yet been called to his attention officially. Pardoned bj Got. Ilradlej. Laxcasteh, Ky., April 11. Phil Io berly, who was sentenced to the; penitentiary for two years at this term of the circuit court, and who to his bed when the prisoners were taken to the penitentiary, has been granted a pardon by Gov. ltradley. It will be remembered that Moberly stole a mule and sold it for $12.50 R&Wrt Hall, who is in the penitentiary at present for the same offense, will likely be pardoned also, as he and Moberly were together when the mule was stolen. This is the first Garrard county man whom Gov. Ilradley has pardoned. was-confin- Louisvuxe, Ky.,April I tt i Ubovtnsvili.e, Ky., April 11. At a preliminary hearing Friday before Judge J. C. Dorsey, Charles Page, the 2egro who is charged with the murder of James Doherty, a pedler, at Cloud. Ky., last Thursday, was remanded to jail to await the action of the grand jury. The citizens in the community where the killing occurred are highly excited, aad lynching is freely talked of. Talk of I.jnotilnR. Death KrrallB a ltlark Crime. Bardwelu Ky., April 11. Mrs. John S. Ray died of consumption at her She was the mothhome in ItardwelL er of Mary and Ruby Ray. the two sisters who were murdered by Seay J. Muller on the 5th of July", 1898, for which mur.ler Muller was hanged by a mob to a telegraph pole in Itardwell and his body burned in a log heap. Tell Iead in HI Garden. HorKixsvii.i.E. Ky., April 11. John Wilson Stewart, a wealthy farmer, residing neHr Graeey, a station east of this city, suddenly fell dead while giving instructions to hands at work in A Jack-co- n baseman, has been suffering with a bad Case Kuows What Was Done With wrist, and ordinary remedies failed to n. do any good. Late Tuesday afterNewpoht, Ky., April 13. The attornoon Drs. Vance and Stucky decided to neys for the prosecution in the Scott take a photograph of the wrist with Jackson case claim they have absolute cathode rays, and by this means they knowledge and proof of where the located the splinter. Cassidy broke his head of Pearl Bryan was secreted, as wrist a year ago, and the physicians well as by whom it was disposed of and decided that the splinter was a piece of the time and exact manner of bone. Tuesday afternoon they operof it. When this is testified ated on the wrist, and in short order to the case will be completed. CoL removed a piece of bone. Cassidy was Nelson admits that he has this greatly relieved at once, and in a few but in fairness to the prosecuweeks promises tK be the onliest tion he asks that the details be withon the diamond. held from publication. CoL Nelson says he does not desire to MORMON ELDERS give the defense any more information Came a Big Clash rastor Overruled b. than Is necessary, and for that reason Ills Congregation. of the thc head Vjlxcebueg, Ky., April 8. The Mor- the storybe madedisposition of the tacts public until ill not mon elders have invaded this county, are testified to on the witness stand. s and, while they encounter some llrttururt Convicted. in sections, they play havoc with Bakdstow.vs, Ky., April 13. "Lord" orthodoxy in others. Esquire Isaaa Lykins, who came in Tuesday morning Darnley Beaufort was convicted of the from Crum, tells of a sensational clash infamous charge against him, and was there Monday night between Rev. Peter sentenced to SO days' confinement in the county jail and to pay a fine of S200. Rippato and his congregation. Two Mormon elders desired to preach Thih is a conviction in only one case, in his church. He barred them out. aud the others are yet to be tried. As and his congregation held a heated the law limits the punishment in such meeting. As a result the door was cast-- to fine and jail sentence, it is torn down and the elders were escort thought that Beaufort will be tried on each count on the completion of the edln. seutence on a previous-count- . Rev. Rippato, it is said, denounced Measles Galore. the congregation and the Mormons. He says he will resign the pastorate. Fkankfort, Ky., Aprill3. The state penitentiary presented an unusual BRADLEY CONFIDENT, Sunday with the hospital The Governor Says He Has Ills Flghl filled to overflowing with patients with the The disease has spread rapAgainst McKInley Won. Fraxkfort, Ky., April 8. The Brad- idly since last week and over 80 convicts ley managers Tuesday night gave out are down with it. All the beds and the statement that Gov. Brad- cots In the hospital are occupied and ol the chapel and other vacant rooms are had a majority ley now the delegates in the state and had hi: being utilized. fight won. Their claim is: Bradlej Hank Clerk Disappears. 833, McKinley 283. Knox and Breathil Louiavir.LK, Ky., April 13. James counties Tuesday instructed for Brad- Sanborn, of Jeffersonville, a clerk in ley. The Todd people Tuesday claim the bank of commerce of this city, has that McKinley will get 140 of the 19." disappeared and his accounts with the delegates in Jefferson county, hut th bank are short 810,000. He hail charge governor's friends state that he hai of the Louisville fc Nashville railroad's 142 of the delegates and may get 168 of account and the money was taken them. with the aid of an accomplice in the ofHartford X'eople JoyfnL fice of the auditor of the road. The Haiitfokd. Ky., April 8. There i: money was lost on the horses. great rejoicing among the people ol To Have a New Hartford and surrounding country. SnRPitKicnsvil.r.K, Ky., April IS. BuR, Wedding received a teleCol. J S. llitt county is to have a new gram from Congressman John XV. in the near Suture. The old courthouse courthouse Lewis that Rough river had been cared having bien condemned by the grand for in an appropriation of $43,000 by jury, an edifice costing $25,000 is congress to complete navigation te The present courthouse was Hartford. The people are jubilant built in 1S00, aud is entirely too small over their prospective prosperity. for Kullitt's increasing litigatiou. New j.ea-- i The Turnpike. clerks' offices will also be built. Lebrxox, Ky., Aprils. State InspecLee County for Carlisle. tor Lester on Saturday leased the Lexingtox, Ky., AprL IS. The demstate's interest in the Muldraugh's Hill ocrats of Lee county held an enthusiurnpike to John Schooling for a period astic meeting and organized a demoof four years at S203 per annum. Here- cratic club, called the Carlisle club. ofore the state has received no revinenue from this road, as for the past 13 Strong resolutions were adopted ns dorsing the years Mr. Schooling has been receiving advocated by principles of the party Secretary the tolls of the road for keeping it in hundred members were Carlisle. Three enrolled. repair. first-basem- " s?nw ?a?11 Vr- nie Feter Cassidy, the Louisville first ' tlme m ? tte 8. For the News From All X rays " hare Commonwealth. THE MISSING HEAD. Attorney for the Prosecution In the testi-.mon- y, day morning Beaufort was brought from the jai. to the courthouse by Jailer Roby. lit looked a little pale from his close confinement, but otherwise he seems to bt in his usual health and spirits. Thc first indictment for trial was the one brought against him by Leslie of Bullitt county. This indictment was considered incomplete, on the ground that the indictment did not state an offense. Beaufort, by his council, entered a "plea of not guilty. DARNLEY BEAUFORT On Trial at Bardstown, Ky. lie ISnters Flea of Not Guilty. Bardstown, Ky., April 10. The tria of Darnley Beaufort, charged with mis treating boys under his care, while h was principal at Gethsemane sollege was called rin the county court Thurs- Fer-rie- l, FREE to Ills Home In Lon.lon, Ind Will Keturn ng. An English SalIorSeIeased From the Frankfort Penitentiary. Frankfort, Ky., April 9. Tommy Edwards, a young English sailor, was eleased from the Frankfort peniten-,iar- y Wednesday, after having berved i short term. Edwards is well having- rich parents in London nd a brother who is a prominent in the English army. He lief t for his home Wednesday. The story of his crime is one of dissipation, and that of a wayward young nan who left home early in life to fol-othe sea. His parents knew noth-n- g of his crime or whereabouts. SHOT HIS BROTHER. Probably Fatal Result of a Squirrel Hunt in Wolfe County. Hazel Green, Ky., April 9. George Oyer, of this county, while out hunt-n- g HFv-fS con-lecte- d, of-ic- er w I I Best Quality! Largest Size! Lowest Price! I I I Orsss MoRiny! Q) ;fl Fortune In Frizes i t G) MRS. J. M. SMITH has returned from the city with all new and (a Latest Styles. She harf experi enced artists in their line whose $6,141.75 55 Separate Prizes ... l ONE-- PRIZE OF . . work ri7e satisfaction. 3gaaianted or no pay All work 42- - GIVEN AWAY IN . Mil! chino that fe made, one that a child can operate, call on, or'address, Chas. Waller, Richmond, Ky. gSTAgentB wanted. 0 $1,000 mi't TH6 NEW If you want the best Washing Ma- -' I WEEKLY ROGKy MOUNTAIN NEWS, Dtnver, Colo.. Th The iudig-nitie- rl LEVIED A BANK TAX. Lawrcnceburjr Council Hacks Up Against the Court fit Appeals. Lawkenckbukq, Ky , April 10. According to the well known decision of the court of appeals, banks iveru not required to pay town taxes, but the Law-rencebu- Cho younger brother was sent iround a tree to make a noise n order to scare a squirrel to the other ide. As the older brother raised his un to fire, the weapon was accidentally discharged. About thirty shot 00k effect in the face of the younger )yer. He is in a critical condition, ind it is thought there is no chance of iiis recoverv atally wounded his brother, Denny. squirrels accidentally shot and ...Saloon For Sale!... saloon, handaomly lur nished, modern fixtures and one of Winch-Hter- . Ill the best locations in of the proprietor the a.y reason rrTRKT-nLAS- S - r TVeat It l allrer'a champion. It U th w thought, as n cm, 'ple'a advocate: It lead In The "Weekly ha Juat ben enlarcrd and -proved: it contain the lateat and fullest) - . It has Ire and mining, stock news; Farm, spec-a- 11 . partments devoted to the the ' hold. Women and Children; all the br r ,t cartoons and llvest comment of the da. tlon at to be found In It; It presents dend form the doing of all th woru ,1 family papr without a peer. And the Weekly News Is determined ' - a r beyend aU question the largest ny paper btween the Mississippi rlrtr a- Therefore It o(Ter to " Pacific tons sendfaff in the greatest number of J1 u ly iubCT:ption before September 1st t n tatse unequalled prizes. v I -elrt-o'a- in the rretttor bona Ode prize Ssr Jver Wt South. Ntwm U the repmentetlre ppr rst. I s city council doesn't exactrj agree with the appellate bench on and has decided to impose a license of S100 on both of the banks of this town Lawrenceburg and Anderson Deposit for operating in the municipality. This is the first move in that direction, and if the courts, uphold the council in its ordinance many other cities in Kcntuvky may be expected to follow the example set. Lexington. Ky., April 7 Fanny the colored woman whose hroat was cut on Wednesday night by ler husband, Marshall CoBins, died at ;he Protestant infirmary Monday roorn ng, and a charge of murder was Monday placed against Collins. April 7. Charlei .'ape, the Negro who is charged with nurdering the unknown German ped-Hlast Thursday, has been arrested rhft Negro acknowledges striking the peddler on the head with a rock, but Tvy., Dlt jarova Her Wounds. tHK jSSHBWl I I I I 111 lair Bv 4fa '1 I 9- - HBtiiiWH T liHrTlBBiB health for Belling. For further particulars quire at Sun office, Winchester, Ky. REGULAR AGENTS' COMMISSIOU ALLOWED IN ADDITION. CONTEST BEGINS AT ONCE. OPEN TO EVERTBODT EVERTYHERl in- For particulars address Tito INe-w-- Denver, Colo. rrinting Co, JJrownsville, Fleads e. er ' Kentucklans Pensioned. WA8niNGTO April 10. Pensions have been issmed to Kentucxians as follows: Original: Edwin Jones, Normal, Boyd; Wm. L. Neyman, Newport; special, March 31) Daniel White, Paducah. Additional: - Frank Burrell, Dover, MaLuima Douglas. son. Supplemental: FOR The Great Enquirer THE RENT.... STORE-HOUS- claims he did it in self-defen- se E f THE MARKETS. ClKClNXATl. April 1L FtOCB Spring patent, J3.553.80. spring sney, 1115! 30. spring family. ti7iiW; Timer patent, l'.703.80. fancy, SUOSiS: amtly. ti3.00: extra, 35&i. lowgraue. iiXJ35: rye. northwestern. tlSO2.6ar do slty. U6.X&J70 Wheat No 2 red was he'd at 73c. Cobk Sales: Mixed ear, nearly white, rack. 3.'c No 2 mixed. 32c. No. 2 yellow at MLf 50 CTS. A YEAR? Elizabeth town, Hardin. Renewal and reissue: Thos. Stevens, Louisville. Increase: Martin V. Joyce, Gold Pond, Leroy Wickliffe, Trigg. Reissue: Bardstown, Nelson. Original widows: (Special, March 31) Isabella Starks, Fulton. Have Heen Murder. Newport, Ky., April 10. ti YES I And any one sending two yearly subscribers at 50 cts. each, gets a 16 Now occupied h the"Cvctone," next door to D. P. Armtra Jewelry Store, for vra. 1S96. Possession x1'" once. J.E.CREENLE: -- BRIDGEFORP'S It May Court-IIous- e. pro-jkso- (L John Halloran went to Frankfort, Kv., Thursday for the pupose of viewing the body of the man found on the bank of the Kentucky river. It is supposed that the body was that of the brother, Michael. The latter was a log dealer, and had been living at Frankfort for some lime. There is a suspicion that he was murdered, as it is claimed he received a considerable sum of money a few days ago of logs. from the-sal- e poor, and roughs, i3.3&3.S5i Fair to good shippers'. I3.5ftat 15: holce. ftSS; good to choice butchers', $3 8 L10 fair to medium butchers', 13.353.75; J2.i03a2. Sh rr asd Lambs Sheep Extras, 1390 LOO; good to choice, 1.40 a 3. 85; common to fair, J2.J0a3.3S. Lamhs Extras. M85: Rood to choice. H.504 75: common to fair. '3.75! 40. Veal Calves Fair to good light. M 50 Si: extras, to. 60. common and large, :2.75 CATTLE 12s. Oats Sales: No. 3. white, track. !3c; do, -- .!c. No - mixed at '."JHc Hogs Select shippers', none. select utchers'. 3.803.8": fair to good packers', 17033.81. fair to good light. !3.7o3.l0. COm-non Free Copy One Year. UAVtL IME FISH A UAG. This Is One Way of Being Entertaining in California. "Did you ever see drunken fish?" inROUTE quired a Sonoma county wine grower. AHB No one would confess that he had -i- JEST LINE T r,een intoxicated fish, and the silence in- ECONOMIST SEE THEM! RANGE. 'g"B?Sr FW FRQ- M- paper and 9 long colAn umns to a page, makes it the his garden. Throwing up his hands, he staggered and fell, and was dead when help reached him. The IC C G. and - Road Sold. L- West Liberty, Ky., April S. News has just reached here that the post office at Campton, Wolfe county, was robbed on the night of April 2. Money to the amount of S65 was taken. There have been several parties arrested, but little is known as to the identity of the robbers. McKinley Carries Jefferson County. Louisville, Ky., April 8. Complete returns, as furnished by the McKinley managers, show that the Ohio man has carried Louisville and .Tellers n county, securing 123 delegates to the dis- Campton Post OIBce Robbed. Hullltt's Peach Crop Safe. SiiErilKunsviLl.E, Ky., April 13. The peach crop in Bullitt, which promises to be large, is considered safe from frosts or freezes, and the fruit growers are feeling good. Bullitt is the banuer ( I crop will bring $100,000 into the county. Faltl Their Fee. Cyathiana, Ky., April 13 . Twenty-tw- o candidates have paid the fsa to en- pyich county in the state, aud a large Rocky Hill Station, Ky., April 10. delaine and clothing, coarse, 12Hc. daughter of Wil- medium combing. i5a 1415c: Fine merino, Thc thirteen-year-olWashed: liam Pulsej', of this community, was X to XX. per lb 1314c; medium clothing. lc; burned to death by "her clothing delaine, fleece, 1516c: long combing. H315c; catching fire 'while alone in the house quarter blood and low, 13&M&Yokk, April 11. New She became frightened and ran out of Wheat No. 2 red firm, fairly active: May, the house, and undertook to go to a 72 June, 7: July, neighbor's house near by, but was so 72M7 c. September. 72 Cokk No 2.Aprll37Hc May, 3 July. 337, suffocated she fell on her way, and be- I7c September, C83. fore assistance reached her all her Oa a No. 2, May, Ufic asked; western, 2. clothing was burned off. She lived 29c only a few hours. Toledo, a. April 11. Wheat No. 2 red' cash, 72c. May. 7;V4c; d Child liurned to Death. Wool Unwashed: Fine merino, per lb , 8 J?9c. qu.rter blood clothing, i&jJHo: medium MiiUH.KrtHoRo, Ky., April 1L News London Depot, Ky.. April 13. Laurel aiuagata and SUifT in Chicago. county. 14 delegates, instructed for day. The Strike a Fizzle. Yama-gatChicago. April 11. Marquis Bcffalo, N. Y., April 8. The street Bradley. The district convention mecU field marshal of Japan, and suits REDUCED HIS OWN SALARY. arrived in this city from Omaha, at railway strike here has fizzled out and at London Tuesday. will prove a failure. An order was is Judge Bennett Thinks Campbell Count dis7:45 o'clock Friday morning. The Child Killed by the Cars. Is Paying Him Too Mucin tinguished party were driven to the sued at five o'clock for a general strik WlNCHESTER.lnd., April 13. The Newport, Ky., April 9. A sensation all over city, but a large ma Auditorium hotel, where they will re- jority of themen son of James Wells,, who lives was the sprung refused to obey it anc in the Campbell main until Saturday, when they leave cars are running on all lines on sched near the Chesapeake &. Ohio railroad, county fiscal court at Alexandria. for the east. Gen. Merritt and staff at K. U. Junction, wandered out on the County Judge N. L. Bennett or- formally called on the visitors Friday ule time. track and was run over by a freight dered.f'ih at his own salary be cut The Britannia Won the Itace, morning. Friday afternoon Field MarNice, April 8. The yacht race foi train, nuui legs sou one arm were cut fromjlj700 to 1,400.. Judge Bennett Yamagata, accompanied by Gen. shal the White Heather cup for large raten off, causing death in a short time. At says' he gave the magistrates "composMerritt and staff, inspected Fort Sherisailed Tuesday was won by the princ Kuckerville. this county, the clothing ing the court an opportunity to act, dan. son of Price Watti and, as they would not reduce his of the of Wales' Britannfckon time allowance. YUberforce's Income Increased. Satanita was given second place and caught fire. The little fellow was wages he did so himself. He says the Columbus, O.. April 11 The income burned almost to a crisp and died in county can not afford to pay so much. of Wilberf orce university was increased the Ailsa finished third. terrible agony. Big Sandy Timber Kun. An April Snow Storm. 18,000 per year by the enactment of Adjourns. Iowa Ashland, Ky., April 9. Much of the Howard's senate bill in the house. It Moxticello, N. Y., April 8. In 1J Dks Moines, la,, April 13. The Iowa timber that came out of the Big Sandy levies a special tax of of hours nearly ten inches of snow has fallen and still the storm continue; legislature adjourned Saturday. In on the recent run has been sold already, a mill for the institution. without cessation. A heavy fall ol response to an appeal from a commit- and will be taken to the lower marMill Kurned. I'lourlne snow in April is an unusual occurrence tee of the members, Gov. Drake Satur- kets and mills. The remainder is on Blufftox, Ind., April 11. The Hess- - j FATAL QUARREL. day morning announced he would call the hands of the Catlettsburg timler flouring mill at Zanesville, Ind, an extra session to codify the laws ou ber dealers barring what has not been was destroyed bv fire Friday morning. A Boy Shoots Com- bought by the mill men of this'section. the second Tuesday in January next. panlon at Mllldale. Kr. Loss, S9.000; insurance, S8,000. SponPrices have been rather low, and the Covixgtox, Ky., April 7. "Those art taneous combustion. Wnnts S20.0O0 Damages. men may have in comequence my marbles!" exclaimed William ChrisBrownstown, Ind., April 13. Frank a very good season. As usual, some Vesuvius is again active, liquid lava tian, colored, 17 years old, on the Mad- H. Gates, of Seymour, has filed suit flowing from many little outfit from ison pike, Milldale, Ky., Sunday. In against the Baltimore and Southern owners bave held over for better prices, but they will hardly be able to eecuro the quarrel which followed he was the crater opened last July damages. He waa fatally shot by Joe Besterman, aged 15. railroad for 520,000 and while making them. freight conductor Kentucky Pensioners. Christian and a companion named a Washington, April 9. Pensions were Northcutt started the quarrel. Young a coupling lost one of his arms. One of DISCOVERED IN TIME. the terong things Besterman pulled his revolver from hi Issued for Kentuckians as follows: in this world is pocket and, holding it against Chris- A Flot to Blow X7p the Penitentiary Wlta Original: John H. Frost. Breman, that a woman has .Renewal: Wm. T. Sneed, Dynamite. to wait for a man tian's side, fired. Woodford. The colored boy fell to the ground, Increase; Frankfort, Ky.. April 10. The most Mortonville, to speak. Her happiness may deand his companions helped him to his dangerous plot for wholesale escape ol Isham Raines. Williamsbur, Whitley; pend upon him, home. The ball entered the left lung, convicts in the Frankfort penitentiary Jas. W. Bare, Westerfield, Ohio; James but she is not perand Dr. Bird, of Milldale, said the that has ever been planned Teas nipped T. Webster, Spring Lick, Grayjjon. Remitted to tell him in the bud Thursday. The plot contem- issue: Charles Barber, Newport; James so, as he would be wound was fataL to tell her. She plated the blowing out with dynamite Karr, Williamsburg, Whitley. BenjaBesterman's father is a must depend upon painter in Milldale. The boy went ot a larg section of the wall that sur-- min R. Garnet, Salem, Livingstone. her ability to creEighty-Firate and foster in home and said nothing about the shootr rounds the prison. Birthday, mg. lie was locked up in the Coving About ten days ago, while the conhim a favorable Nicholabville, Ky., April 9. Rev. feeling. ton jaiL William Christian died Mon- victs were leavingthe dining-rooand ardent a S. S. Deering, of this city, celebrated To do this, she day. guard heard William Clark, a Louisville his 81st birthday Wednesday. Rev. depend must upon her prisoner, whispering something to an- Deering is the oldest pioneer Methodist Democrats Will Stay. much appearance, N o Frankfort, Ky.. Anril 7. In tb other convict about a letter he would preacher in the state. He' is still hale man admires a salcircuit court Monday Jndge Contrill Jfive to another convict named Uutler. and hearty, and, while he has ao regulow skin, dull and aeciaea that the board of pub He told Warden ivell about it, and the lar pastorate, he preaches interesting sunken and circled eyes, bloodless lic works created by the democratic men were shadowed. Butler is a trusty, sermons when called upon. He is the n lips, sunken council last year was a legal board aad was sent out later to do some work father of ,Rev. Ben Deering, a cheeks. No man and its members should hold the of-- at the executive mansion. minister of St. Louis. wants to marry an His every move was watched so closees for many years. This means that invalid. Very few Duke and Castleman for Delegates. invalds are attrac- the democratic firemen, workhouse ly that Butler began to suspect someLouisville, Ky., April 9. It is antive to either sex. keeper appointed by said board will thing, and slipping the letter out of his nounced that Col. John B. Castleman pocket, tore it into scraps and dropped It isn't natural continue in office and that they shocld be. Many a woman's out by the present can not be turned it in a hole in the coal house wall, and Gen. Basil W. Duke will enter the republican council race for delegate to the Chicago heart's happiness has been wrecked because of a crop of pimples or because of a that attempted to abolish the board by where he was working. this district. Both will After he had been taken back to the probably go untrammeled with foul breath, or because of some other unrepealing the law creating it. instrucpleasant symptom of an irregularity in the prison the strips of the letter were se- tions, but Col. Castleman is probably, Clerkship Changes. performance of her natural functions. cured and pasted together. It was almost certainly, for Carlisle. m Vf ivrwniw t?ri Health in a woman brings clear complex-ion- , red lips, vivacity, sparkle of eyes and succeeded, Tncker in jMvlisvmti He told her that Tobacco Growers Sleet. , intellect. Eternal watchfulness is the price W Lexinoton, Ky., ApriL 9. The tobac of health. The downward road to disease is fatally easy to travel. Little disorders, co growers of Central Kentucky held a little irregularities, little drains, lead to the McClintock, of Bourbon, succeeded e5 convention, here Wednesday for the TndclL most serious Put a stop to ward Hensley as general .bookkeeper He taid her Butler. th wnnl.1 purpose of devising someschemi; where- them Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for the same office uy nic niarKeb ior will do it without the embarrassment of YnsiTl staple prouuee .... These appoint help her. Of coarse, when' the letter could be bniHr here. me is proposed to niUWit -J examinations and "local treatment" so rhe :,7ew " Wm3 It . "set O" mncli dreaded by modest women. In viine build two warehouses In Lexington and UUV.U privileges and kept inside thc walls. eases ui ten, there is absolutely no needTJf Monday. tfctjn. The "Faxorite Prescription" has This fact soon reached Clark's ears, to force buyers here. There Wt XoXynchlng. and he concluded that Butler had ,prn?bed hP:- Pierc r over 30 Seventh District Delegated. Mt-- Sterling, Ky April 7. Thera peached on him, so he secured a jriect) Sri&Se Frankfort, Ky., April p. Toe Sev? thc Tery worst to was a great danger of a mob .Monday of iron pipe Thursday and struck But- enth district republican" contention, B?ghL Cole 'and Clejn, who, a few ler over the head with it. Other, eon1 held Wednesday afternoon, jje4eeid week ago, assaulted the little Kilduff victs interfered Information and letters .and "kept Clark froni Judge Denny and Leslie. Coombs, oth jrfrlr will probably swing before mornirratcful women, will be sent abtoluUl-beating Butler to death. McKinley (sn, delegates to .the ng-, Bfch.are krjail, butif a receipt of twenty-onJrtetm cents, in one mobarxivcs couvntioQ Clark, Bailer 1aad- - Swinny are thy L&fip.TJie t. cent stamps, to pay postage and wrappsnn nothusje orb .save them. Twoa-B-t. only, by World's Dispensary three implicated, aad wiey are. Bovf ' ., jii JSverytSw. vfet. - There wfll 1m J AseooATioK, i jtnuuej; ir kept ekaissd whU at Wirkaad-reo- i 3 Maa St., Bh&Io, N t) 't 3 r A ... ' (1 r '! a. two-year-o- ld two-year-oone-hundre-th reached ltere at midnight that the Southern had bought the Knoxville, Cumberland Gap & Louisville railroad. trict convention against Gov. BradThere is great rejoicing among the ley's 72. people, as it gives Middlesboro two The Sheriffs House' Burned. strong competing lines. Browxsville, Ky., Aprils. Sheriff XV. M. Sanders' house in Edmonson The Midway Deposit Bank. Versailles, Ky., April 11. The county, burned Tuesday morning. The schedule of liabilities of the Deposit fire originated from a defective flue. bank, of Midway, will be filed in the Loss, S1.500; insurance, $600. county court here on Saturday, the asKscaped .lall. signee having been granted an extenPixeville, Ky., April 8. By removsion of time. ing a couple of bars from the window, Measles Among Convicts, John Uendrickson, a three month prisFkaxkfort, Ky., April 1L There oner, sent up for malicious shooting, was a fresh outbreak of measles at the escajied from the county jaiL penitentiary here Friday, six new cases "Wildcat Jack" Dead. Wine discovered. For the first time Nicholasvillh Deiot. Ky., April 8. in many months the prison hospital is Jack Waters, known as ''Wildcat full of sick. Jack,5 is dead. Waters killed 27 wildAged Lady Burned to Death. at one fight in 1876. Ky., April 11. Mrs. cats T. .T. Fox, aged C5 years, was burned to Hallway Agent Attempts Suicide, death at her home near Klkton, by her Laxgdox, Minn , April 8. Frank clothing becoming ignited at an open Saunders, agent of the Great Northern grate. railway, attempted to commit suicide Cordage. Mills Damaged. Tuesday, in consequence of an examinGeorgetown. Ky., April 11. Friday ation of his books by the traveling the Hlue Grass Cordage Co."s auditor of the company. He is nan afternoon mills were damaged to the extent of lying in a precarious condition. Thc several hundred dollars by fire and shortage in Saunders' accounts is esti water. mated at $G,000. single-hande- d ferent county offices on the 25th instant. Ten for clerk, three for attorney, two for jailer, three for assessor, two for surveyor and two for.Kiiei iff. Hotel Froprletor Dead. Ky., April J3. A. V. Conner, aged 78, died' at Yosemite of Bright's disease. He was proprietor of the Green River hotel of that place, and was a soldier of the Mexican war. This leaves only two members of the Mexican war in this county. Increased the Levy. Georgktown, Ky., April 13. The fiscal court of increased the levy for county purposes for the ensuing year to 51K cents on the S100; added to the state tax of 41K cents makes the Well-Know- ter the democratic primary for the dif- n MinuLEiuiKG, Scott-county- , total rate 1)4 cents. Newspaper Dead. Shklbyville, Ky., April 13. The Kentucky Outlook, the republican pa- per which has been published here since last July, has given up the ghost, and there will be no issue hereafter. Protracted Meeting on the Street. falo, are holding a protracted meeting here, and are utilizing the streets as a place. Lanrel for Bradley. April Evangelists Kiri and Morgan, of Niciiolasville, Ky., 13. Buf- Cokn No. 2 mixed, September, 33Mc houses'were burned near Poortown by Oats Nominal. whltecaps The houses were occupied Pittsburgh. Pa., April 11. by Kent and John Keeling and there Cattle Prime. lt2Jl.S-'- good. 4 10 420; rou h fat. t3.WQ2.7b calves. J. 0XTJ3 0ft have, it is said, been complaints made Hog Prime. 20t25 for some time past by the neighbors York-- r and plg-- 4H.IOS4.0 : common to fair heavy. FCSOiaioa visited by disthat the houses were l 103120 SKEtP iholce. prime. $110 reputable people. The Keelings had re- 4i0 fair. 3 35(3355 common. 155100 spring cently moved into the county and were lambs. $0.0X3800, others, Chic CO. April II. tobacco men. WnrAT Calls on Maywhe t opened at65Mo, sold between 66 and 6Si38'Mc, last price Klcctrlc Llht at Lawrenceburg. fliJic Put opened t 63, 464c, sold at 6 X Lawkkncebukg, Ky., April 9. The 'it. list price aAia. city council has accepted the bid of falls on May corn opened at 29&c. sold at the Standard Engine company, of St. S9i I9Jic last price 53fc. Puts opened at Louis, Mo., to light the town with 9Sc, sold at 29Ji293o. la price 29&C. Baltimore, April 1L electricity. Wheat No. 2 red, spot and April. 73M5J Wolfe County for Bradley. 73He: May. 72g72;c; July, 7137lHc southCampton, Ky., April 9. The repub- ern, 7f378a Cok.n Mixed epot. April licans of Wolfe county met here and June. 3S',ic Julr, 35Ji 36c and May. 34 ?5c: steamer mixed, in conventien they instructed for W. O. 3 Mc southern, white, S5c do yellow Bradley first and Wm. McKinley sec- mixed. Jjyic Oats-N- o. 2 white, western, ond for president. tfmc: No. mix-- d do. 24H35c Bride's Father Objected. Bra No 2, nearby, 41fe42c; western. Lawrenceburg, Ky., April V. XV. A. Use Buffalo. April 11. Casey and Alice Palmer eloped to Jeff ATTLE Good 03: fersonville Wednesday and were mar- light butchers'. Stmediums.good3.9034cow-,- good 60 3.70 fat t : 00 ried. The bride's father had objected VJ ve li dull fair to good, .4.0U125, common to f.ur. ! O''.TSl to the match. Hoc Yorke s. good to choice. U 20; light, Bradley 'ot Out of the It see. M 25: mlied packers, J4 10. medium, $4 0o Frankfort. Ky., April 9. Gov. 4.10: pigs, 4.1.V34.-SnEEP a.vd Lambs Prime handy wool Bradley denies the story that he has Limbs ?4 fair to choice. !t40 490: withdrawn from the presidential con- clipped I mbs. fair to choice, M is 4.75 mixed test. hindy sheep to choice. 3 904.25: n 8'); clipped sbep. good to to f tr. 3 J Large Hailstones. best, f "50a'7i culls to fair 2.5033 40. export 00 clipped do. t4.50. Middlesboro, Ky., April 9. Hail- word mbs. f 1.9 woul sheep, wethers. J4..0! 25 stones as large as guinea eggs fell Indianapolis. April 11. in Harlan and Letcher counties TuesCattle No quotabU chan 0 in market. ; . U.7-435.- Whltecaps Ilurn Housed. Springfield, Ky., April 10. July. Two :oc. 69V5c: August. C7fc: No 3 red, caoh, dicated a predisposition to incredulity, saj-a writer in the San Francisco Post. "I suppose you are going 4o tell us pJwut a drunken catfish staggering down through the orchard and catch-iu- g a bird?" suggested one. 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Mrs. Phillips has in her house several antique relics of great interest and historical alue. among them beng a marble top table and drawer which belonged to John Brown, of Harper's Ferry fame, and a copper ewer and sideboard, once the property of John Phillips, the first mayor of the city of Boston. She tells many an interesting reminiscence of Wendell Phillip-?- , with whom she was intimately acquainted. '28, One or Maine's Widows. Iffftftf'fi fiftftftft DS PIUiU h iliibUst at . . F. II LB LIQUORS W Go 2 TO 14 YEARS OLD. . Online 2:04 4 at Years Old. Pure Old Whiskies for Family and Medi cinal Uses, in 5 and 10 gallon Packages, a specialty. J 04 and See... Sihsr Creek Liquor X Gobp?, - ...the TWo Ps, Joi)e5 & Jerrq. 4." WhoiesalaDealere, Silver Greek. Kv. , 0 com-no- 1 ex-T- Fifteen-Year-O- ld saw-mi- ll Patriotic citizens of Minnesota who have been led to consider themsehe3 10 h gber. active heirs to "the great Jennings estate" of ner Ahead of TTltn. England, are still waiting patiently for The safe flew open, and there inside the enormous shipment of bullion from A receipted gas bill lay. the Bank of England's vaults, which The baffled burglar shook his head, " I've come a little too late!" he said, will soon put our circulation on an imAnd he mournfully turned away. movable gold basis. St. Paul has the Chicago Trlbuus craze badly, nearly $1."0.000 having been .Full brother to "Shadeland Onward" A TRIFLING ANNOYANCE". collected in that city alone for "costs" in the last few years. The collection of 2:18,' (sire of Online 2:04,) by Onward, this has been in the hands of a regular 2:551 (sire of Beuzetta, 2:06, and one stock company in Philadelphia, and hundred and eighteen others in the 2:30 has proved such afcood thing that another company has been formed In list, "fourteen of which are bettei than 2:15. Minneapolis as a competitor. Time OswAKD'jjdam was Nettie Time, (the dam of "T tuple Bar," 2:17, the OF ELECTION! NOTICE infincible campaigner through the grand eiicuit in 1892, by Mambrino Time, Stock holders of the Kirksville and (full brother to Lady Stout), by Mambrino Kentucky River Turnpike Co are Patchen. hereby notified that an election 'She was the best brood mare on record will Kirksville on at 14 years of age, be held at (the timeof her death,) ls Mr. Pickle Suthin' in myboothei .Saturday, Jlay 2, 1896, for the purpose of having five sons in the 2:30 list, three of been hurtin me all day. electing officers for the ensuing year. thtjni better than 2:19, two producing Election at 1 o'clock. N, Cotton, daughters and twa more sons to take re . President. Hoo-Market The Great Jennings Estate. . R 7 Tinje Oijward: O o o o o o o o o o o o o Ot THE OLIVER - Is the CHEAPEST and BEST Plow in the World, and The OLIVER Repairs .Costless than any other plow repairs on the market. If you want the 1 jnp s o o o o o o o o o Plow buy the OLIVER. " O O The best Harrows, Corn Planters, Cultivators, Wagons, "Wire and Wire Cheap at....... o o o o o Ranges, Etc., Fence, Stoves, o o Shackelford Gentry's. o o o 0C)C)0000000CK)CKKK)COC)CKX)CXXX)00C0C)C)C000000000000 oooooooooooooooooooooo -- coi-ds- Mtih-lenber- g. J.H.JMEFF&CQ, Mairt (Opposite Glyndon.) Time Onwakd the popular JUST Stit. Wilkes Patchen cross, which is conceded to be the greatest mixture of blood yen produced. j RECEIVED DIRECTLY FROM Country Produce Bought and well-know- n J Sold. Qijrhest Cash Market i I Time Onward possesses, will surely ge Price Paid. 1 rich breeding with such, speed producing power and individuality as SChis st f Pickle Well, I declare! 1 wish you'd go through your clothes, and maybe you'll find our garden rake. 2. Mrs. a" 9iTn mj I Chicago Inter Ocean. s JUit m mum ia t5 well-know- fi One Fiend Less. He had a little kodak. And took things from spring to spring: At last he took the measles. Never took another thing. Judge. PSINT MD -s trotters of the highest, type. He is a beautiful brown horse, nearly sixteen hands high, with fine styleiand action, andean trot in 2:30 at any time. stand "this 6eason at $20 to in.iure a living colt. NEW -. YORK lWill PaPER alW.G. SHOP OUR Spring Stock' of Laces and Embroideries. Open for Inspection. prices Lower than the lowest. COME In Terse Sentences. oiSi' A pw "Why don't you speak up ftnd answer the questions?" angrily demanded the judge.' 'Uiinme time, judgel" the prisoner Knartly retorted. And the judge gave bim DO days. wUb privilege of renewal at maturity. N.J Y. Recorder. '. Basement of Dillingham Building, Richmond, Ky. First-clas- B.H. NEAE. A30 SEE THE BARGAINS YOTJ! Work Guaranteed. While's, Pii-ce1 Orders left Promptly attended to. reasonable! 44-5- (lissipssVSalsJD 8 assiugee for T. B. Hackett, WE HAVE FOE I s LffiRGEST STOCK TO SELECT consc-quence- :rT5zz 1 - yml' thr. J He was counted very knowing When, his boyish wild oats sowing, He gnlckered at the warnings of his ma; But It wasn't quite so funn When his father called out: "Sonny, Come march. Into the woodhed with yout Very Different. t FitZ' C SSSf5SSSS&SSS$?SS5i?SSS FROM WE1REDAILT flICObQL CUIjrraDAT, MB E0EST PRICES. SPR1N5 GOODS. wr'-w"- w - - APRIL . lath, . 1896, . . . pal" Chicago Record. - - LwK e sa-tioa- ai e afc-S- I "rt- Fakerly" Our standard of pubfro morality is frightfully low. Address X5: Beezletop-l'i- n afraid that too Bsniiy' 0?;i) nHTr'liA VirnKt rP nir latwiul a - P0"8n!ttW.B Flverly-0- )i. m rouble abot,ttib But you eaa't dcpeMdon titiaBtHiLrrVJALLOSitHi r Wheretht Shoe rincbed. Has Njjvjjr Failed "When Dikec- Tioxs- ark Followed. - Howldg bo4an witrjout t. Cx.-253r; tlCi ... of &rt"boiy. k tt Ky- c . i h..,-i- "!r ." . i Z ,. f lT ir-xo- No 219 "'est Main Strlfet, bis saloon, consisting uf thft fiaest & fixt fares in Richmond; liias ware Sil-- g veijlware, lot of wines ic 9 f IfThis fs the beet stend in the city mmf forjp firsl-ciss- e and is a rare Bich- " 7i .umutc ior totr pufcnseer to ao imia n Kwjp- V?vfc m&atm..- - f"' ler, not at Ind premiees f! 'A 1 j.T1 ciockj (if 1. , pK bold ,l hi. Beti to privatelv heforel on mejiigiieet .. ' iBECEITOG ODE I mm ,. bsr-roof- fi, - nvifavi. - Mai UAAwmLAV v l.Wtt I -- ? . .ja .j. ... . E2 5. c, "... - - If .. il - y i 3. . ' a jVj; rr, u " - : !- - Eiillaliliragate - ,J..;JS.j4''-irJ- . ,iLmnfm