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LILLY, n AB&OMJTEEtf aking Qmer PURE !?- . & ?, ' wti.l ' 'it ' Tr I 1 .S ( "' ' ' ..i.ME A TTORNEY--A T LA H"SI. W ome-Mai- Kentucky. and Second streets i.r M Will and in all Hie count r adjotalns; esuntusH as 1 C&nrt o f frcMcc lip. Mm w Ii SMITH, J TTORNEY ftuHMOvD, id AT LAW - - Kentucky. 3i-j- Ooihat BuiMtsc. e J ( A- D. M. OHENADLT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, RirilMOXD, ce oa Second Kentucky. street, over Chenauk's Ere- - nSJs i mui ngiirer gooas narmomzing hiui the skirts. The plain cheviots are made with silk, invisibly buttoned, provided with rolling collars and three pockets, two hip pockets and one on the breast! Who says that woman advancethnot? A plain full skirtof taffeta silk, shading from tan to green. Is the foundation of one tailors model. The bodice i draped with black chiffon embroidered in ecru, the tatreta sleeves axe tun anu d chiffon at the neck a ruff of is caught with a rhinestone buckle in knife-plaite- SI EPHEN D..PARRISH, Iv MAKING A TIRE. The Entire Process From the Tree to the Bicycle. As nearly every ahlebodied man and woman is now riaing or about to ride thebicycio it may botf interest, to them to know how the pneumatic tiro is made. To take fabric and rubber weighing from 3 to 3 pounds and put them together in such a manner that they will carry a weight of 1G0 to 200 pounds ewer all kinds and conditions of roads and yet hold 30 pounds internal pressure of air -- Up. TTORNEY AT LA W, HMO.SD Kentucky. A 1 THEPEOHTBEIONPaETY: ELLEN OSBOEiYS LETTER. nts. Caveats, Trade Marls, Designs, Etc. f. n as to pateatabtfctr f imeatiwi Free of -. jModerate terms, I nturpassed facsmie t 46-" l"Wg for a patent, write e -- I' National Convention to Bo Held at The Gay Costumes of Early Spring in the Metropolis. Pittsburgh on May 27. Iflne Hnndrcd Dcletrte Xarrow-Oanj- e and Rroad-Uaotr- e Reformers The Imirie lie t ween Them Candidates for the President! il Ticket. I PHYSICIANS. Feather sols, IJoas for the Seaon Gay ParaColor-Poem Gowns, COPYRIGHT. Another pretty model dress has a without leaking requires expert workThere is a sense in which we may plain full skirt oi cheviot in a sins manship and tho most perfect material. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, rCOPTRIGHT, 1SS6. The national conrentlon of the T)ro- - name seasons by the names which na- green and white check. The short If tho weight is 1 into the wrong part Kentucky. RiCHMi'Mi. hibition party will meet in Machinerj tions bear. There have been Japanese jacket is of green cloth, wbnv ieers rf the tire, it is a useless wate of mahall, Pittsburgh, Pa., on May 27, next. seasons, Egyptian seasons, Dutch seaare faced with white moire. The jacket terial and only adds weight to tho ImiMing. 18 and few the Joe f "eRinsnew drugstore. 20 See. Provision has been made for 1,160 dele- - sons; this is Persian. is trimmed with tiny pearl buttons- and vheeL Srreet, over White's The rubber that is put into a high gates, and certainly is many as 900 will ' Poor old Ilorace, who said or sung is worn oer a full blouse front effect r grade tiro come a f n. m Brazil. Tho be present; and an attendance of at ' that he hated Persian trappings, would of white moire silk. is gathered by the natives, who go inleast 6,000 persons at its sessions is as- - have a hard time were he living in New There are many things to note. CHAS. HOOKER, York for escape from the ob- There are hats, purple hats, with trim- to tho fcrc sts equipped, with a hatchet sured. VETERINARY SURGEON, jects of his wrath he could not. If he mings of purple and yellow flow ers. and small tin pans. They cut gashes in The delegation is constituted on the Graduate Ontario 1rterwary Cutkgt. following plan: Each state is entitled si rolled down Broad way He would see There are odd hats of white satin, the trees and insert little spigots, which rtilB delegates-at-larg- e to and to twice "Persian noelties in suitings;" on Sixth covered with black horse netting, span- allow the sap to run into the tin cups. rpary Dentistry and Stenkty a Sjtcciah. as four Every morning tho tin enps are collectmany delegates as the number of i.vcnue Persian effects in parasols gled w ith rhincstones. 11 stairs over isew York store, corner would affront his delicate Roman soul, ' 1j and First streets. Richmond are hats with brims entirely ed and tho contents poured into a large There congressmen representing it at Wash- - and Persian designs in scarves would vessel at tho camp. Mm ington, and may send one additional complete his mental demolition as he covered with jonquils or with violets', The next process is to dip a paddle nnd bats with crowns of pink roses and votes, or major delegate for every 1,000 H. C. ASTER, M. U shaped instrument into the liquid and fed along Third aenue to his stopping green leaves. fraction thereof, cast for Bidwell and place, of course in "little Italy." Medicine and Surgery. There are toques and bonnets 0 hold it over a firo of native nuts usualCranfill, candidates respectively for Yet he might escape, through iihf-Collins Ruirdine, MainStreet. rough purple straw with bedeckments ly palm nuts. These pitchy nuts omit a the presidency and vice presidency of dense smoke, which "cures" tho adherthe "Persicos apparatus" 01. of violets. ip at residence (the Carr place) on T the UniUd States in 1S02. Each terri- sight. Uroudway. There are ostrich feather bows fur ing coating of rubber as ham is cured. tory and the District of Columbia may KentuckyR1 iiMovn, As the word goes, it means almost anyThe paddle is then dipped again into the send two delegates. Under this scheme thing in rich colors and with a bizarre. spring wear in delicate shades of pearl, liquid and cured again, aud so on until gray and amber. New York is entitled to 110 seats, IlliInt Ii. H. ROBERTS Oriental effect. Such effects arc used There are tan and blue jackets, it is covered with a largo "biscuit" nois to 74, Ohio to 72, Pennsylvania to as the groundwork for parasols, over - Kentucky P'ts trimmed with gilt braid outlining the measuring, say, 17 inches or 18 inches 89. These four commonwealths are su527"" Corner Duncan Avenue and preme in the councils of the party. The which Duchesse !ace may be cunning- seams, pockets aDd lapels? or with fancy in diameter. Tho "biscuit" is then cut off tho paddle and shipped to the various ly displayed. Or such foundations may Pleasant Street, Paris, Ky. six Xew England states have a delega- be cohered with the openwork grass lin- braid laid on in scroll work or vertically. countries. There are "new sleeves" on the gowns, ftsfiroffice Hours: S to 10 a. m., 1 to 4 p. tion consisting of 97 members. A speWhen tho "biscuits" reaoh the ruben so much in evidence, and so dainty but yet odd sleeves on cloaks and w raps. iu , 7 to 8 v. iu. cial train will run from Boston for their uses. There are carriage parasols all roses, ber factory, they are put into a vat of -- t : t'accommodation. Special trains have for many with the Persian novelties in Along brocade silk and chiffon nnd walking hot water to soften thorn, then cut into also been engaged to run from New suitings come some more homely sound. . .SPECIALTIES.. pieces put into a "cracker," which York, Chicago and St. Louis. The ing names. Grenadines are in as high parasols in scarcely less elaborate consistsand two revolving corrugated of 1 e. Ear, XotE, Thhoat and StomAch makes. western delegation will leave Chicago old they come in all There are gowns in gras linen by tin: rolls. Water is run on the rubber, and together under this arrangement, and colors as eTer ofsilk stripes. They, like rs the rolls break up the rubber tho dirt and with maSt. Louis will in the same manner be the grass linens, are made up into million, and in other DR. A. E. STEWART, terials which require an expensive is washed away. The long, white, ragmade a place of rendezvous for the dresses over silks of different colors. t ged sheet that conies from this machine foundation. southwestern delegation. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEi'N, Children's dresses are made very daintThere arc hats, and those the most is then hung up to dry for threo or four As the meeting K uiHuND, Kentucky - the issue date ofnow dividesapproaches ily with large white embroidered collars common, which come low in front to mouths. which the party and white insertion. The materials are The noxt process is to mix with the shade the face and which rise high over In. is becoming more sharply defined. rubber tho necessary quantity of sulrri' E 215 Main street, orer evintnA common with the republican and demo- dimities, piques, chambrey and polka the hair behind. M hel1 s clothing store. KesideiKe 619 Korth dotted linens and muslins all good There are hats in purple Tuscan straw phur, a very small amount, and an in- arajj cratic parties, that of the prohibitionsounding stuffs. with straight brims narrower behind gredient for preserving the rubber. It is ists is split on the financial question. For instance, for a girl of eight, a than in front; continental hats with then put through a large calender, DR. U. A. KENNEDY, This is the chief cause of the division pink pique made with a jacket and skirt, crowns of fancy lavender straw, green which consists of three perfectly smooth " into "narrow gauge" and PH YS1C1AN AND SURGEON, a white blouse waist of embroidery and hats with drooping brims overlaid witii iron rolls, and is run out on these rolls pronibmonists tne lormer tavonng 'i K ii MoNii, white hyacinths and knotted green Kentucky. single issue, prohibition, pure and sim- insertion, with a wide sailor collar. two or threo sheets aro superimposed, so Pretty are the poke bonnets prepared ple, as the policy of the party, unlike for little tots of from two to four. Tbey tulle. White and green, indeed, is al- that if there should bo any grit or imIfiice Smith BnMdinc, Ko. 204 Main Street, up r the latter, which consists largely of are made of delicate shades of dotted most as common a color scheme at plain perfection on one part sheecs rs Office aours 12 to and 4 to 5 o'clock. free silver advocates, who contend that swiss or gauze, with iace trimmings of purple. And above all and beyond nil there is would cover it and prevent "porousthe platform should cover all the lead lace or ribbon. color in everything, the colors of the ness, " which is tho rider's term for a ing political issues. While the triumph DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Grenadine has a good rainbow and more: for these are but leaky tire. These three sheets so run tomen is not absoof the "narraw-gauge- " gether are then cut into tho proper F.i.r.F" Osnor.. 1.1 HMUND, Kentucky lutely assured, it is confidently pre- hound, but a figured grenadine costing teven. width and "butted" together over a from four to seven dollars a yard is not dicted by persons 'well informed on the exactly democratic simplicity, particumandrel at the edges into a long tube. QUOIT1NG !S POPULAR. situation. This tube forms tho inner portion of tho c eyhooe at oftce and residence. larly when made up. like one in purple Tlte two men wholead respectively which I have seen, over a black silk Perhaps American Success nt Athens Gave tire, tho part that holds the air when the Game Its Room. tho tire is completed. and the "broad-gaug- e foundation, with a full skirt, a waist in the "'narrow-gauge- " W. EVANS, M. D., 1 Quoiting is a game that has become Tho cover, or outside portion, is made advocates are John G. Woolley, soft folds of grenadine combined with KeNTUCKi KilIIMonD. of Chicago, and John P. St. John, black chiffon, and with a yoke and gir- very popular. It is inoro like the Greek in a similar way to tho inner tube, exl.nn retired frc- - the racaccej raedictae discus throwing than any other pastime. cept that tho edges aro not put together. is, of Kansas. Mr. tears aa, for reasVuC bet Lcewn '"; i ,am oir s.v Brofesxosal services 1. the wittily known as an earnestWoolley in dle of white and gilt passementerie? worker Perhaps it would be well to let the tube e The Persian patterns are particularly There are two kinds of qnoitiug games to pe r - ji KuuaraJaiw .,vS3y Persi- -i desu the ranks of the Christian Endeavors, siuited for house gowns, purple and lav- - namely, Boftend and hard cud. Tho and cover remain while we see how tho .) ser.ices wttt ad nomce nrit user a.rtu Every ender being prevailing shades, though first is played with tho regular iron inner fabric is made, upon which enresidence of N. U Dcaihcraceon SecoaU ami as an accomplished orator. reaoer, it is probahle.has a general there are beautiful shaded green anil quoit, the weight of which is optional tirely depends tho strength of the tire. with the somewhat erratic pink foundations with roses and green with tho player in all club handicaps Tho staplo which has been found to bo care r of Mr. St- - John. Both theee gen leaves, fair showing through lace. A and tournament panics, though in an tho most successful is cotton. Every DR. T. J. TAYLOR, tleirin have declined in advance a pos- typical teagown in Persian silk has a individual match it might, of course, yard that goes into tiroa is tested, for Pruciitnmer m Medicine and Surgery, sible nomination for the presidency. In ground work in white scattered with bo mutually agreed upon to uso a quoit strength This cloth goes from tho looms to a kiHMu.sD Kentucky a chtrncteristic letter addressed to a delicate pink roses. The front is full, of a certain weight A majority of the persdaal friend, Mr. Woolley says: "I the back has a Watteau plait ending in local players in soft end games use heavy friction calender, in which one roll Off ce mid residence on Tlilrd Street. qnoits, some weighing as much as eight runs faster than tho other two. Tho fabV iae cream iace unianca am riot willing to be bound hand and a m footta any party, or to agree to abide the elbow sleeves and falls from the or nino pounds It requires considera- ric is run between these rolls nnd as DENTAL SUEGSET. ble strength as well aa skill to throw it is carried around is driven through the artion of any caucus;" and he holds shoulders quite to the waist. them accuratclv, bat tho player with the meshes of tho fabric, so that small A house gown as beautiful is madoin himself at liberty to leave the prohibition Jarty when, by so doing, he can princesse cut. the yoke of heavy ecru tho heavy quoit always has the advan- heads of rubber come out on the oppoDR. A. "WILKES SMITH, betet; serve the single purpose of his passementerie.finished underneath with tage in playing close to the hub for site side of tho fabric. After tho roll is points. The nsual distanco pitched in thus "frictfoned.' as it is technically publli life. This purpose he defines to a wide lavender ribbon, which is carDENTAL SURfSEON, in ried oer the shoulders and knots be- soft end games is 15 to 18 yards termed, on one side it is turned and put be, "p mobilize the voting-churKentucky American politics upon the logic of Richmond, hind in streamers which fall to the bot- Though quoiting is alleged to have orig- through on the other side. inated in ancient Greece, it was introThis gives a fabric with a rubber laycomm.n honesty that cannot help tom of the train. duced into this country by the pilgrims, er on either side, and theso rubber layPersian again, and of course, are OrriCE Smith building, Male Street. Offic. thinkiig and will not lie." to 12 M : 100 to 4 Y. M. ccurs. waists of the season, say in who are supposed to have played the ers aro tied together by the joining of tho mm Therp is abundant latitude of choice "Fractice limited to dentiitr for thapractically barren honor of be- light and dark blues with butterfly soft end game, and It was not until years rubber in between the meshes of tho after the struggles of Washington and' cloth. This fnctioned cloth is then cut ing thOprcsidential candidate of the bleevea and yoke of white satin em J. A. VATES J C MOKCAK. mentioned broidered in silver and gold, their belt's our forefathers that we generally adopt- en tho bias to the proper length and party. name prominently ed the ganie. When we did, we played width. Hero aro tho three parts of the MORGAN & YrATES; side is that of narrow velvet straps,their buckles small nn the Vnarrow-guage- " hard end quoiting, and that, by the tiro ready to put together. The inner . DENTJSTSA-Joshua" Levering, of Baltimore, He is and gilded. Vie leading merchants of that is. too. a waist in green Persian way, was a favorite outdoor pastime of tube is on the mandrel, tho frictioned There KtCHMOND, Kentuckv one of citv. amfis otherwise nrominent on ac silk with a coat tail effect. It has a full Abraham Lincoln and General Grant, cloth js wrapped nround this twice, so count of tis interest in many local char- soft front of light blue mousscline da both of whom were adepts at the game. as to make the tiro two ply; then the OrriCE Main Street, oyer Ma,dison Nanona soie. and lined with light blue, and The hard end, or American way of outer cover i3 put on. In this shapo the itable institutions and his general Eak a then? are dotted swrss waists mane up quoiting, has increased in popularity tiro is taken from tho mantlrel, tho two Henry B. Metcalf, considerably duriug tho past few years, ends are joined together, and we have a J. L. HARRIS, M. D., D. D. S. wealthjHmanufacturer of Pawtucket, with whiteandofblack lace insertion, and and the coming season bids fair to complete tiro m its crnde state. silk and swivel probwash shirt waists R. L, haVmany admirers, and will The tiro is then' put into avulcanizer, filks, and grass linen shirtwaists over eclipso in point of numbers of clubs, any ably be given a large vote in the convenR wlIMOND. KENTUCKY. Llie Mr. Levering, he is a different colored- - silks, with blouse of its predecessors since tho introduc- which is nothing more or less than a tion. frown and bridge work a specialty. Offici Of the fronts and stock ribbon collars, and tion of the game. Tho game is played largo boiler filled with steam, and is prohibitionist. cvf-Wallace t Hire, Main street. OPice hours p waists of amber chiffon whose sleeves at distances of from 10 to 25 yards, but kept there for about an hour at a very "broad-rf- i uge" candidates, C E. Bentley, a m It 12 m.. to 4 p. m. J is probably the best are successions of puffs, and whose quoits ranging in weight from two to high steam pressuro until it is vulcanot Lincoh, Neb., pounds only are used. Tho hub or produced by known. Ue, is a Baptist minister, and white satin yokes are set with tiny tur- four rod projects four inches from the ized. Tho vulcanization issulphur upon iron tho action of tho volatilized WELBY W. BDRGIN, earncrt temperance worker. Still quoises and pearls. an It is a comfortable fashion which pro- ground, though, as in soft end quoit- tho oxygen and carbon in tho rubber. By another candidate for the nomination DENTIST, side is It. S. vides a waist with a linen collar which ing, tho piece nearest tho top of the hub it tho characteristics of the rubber i on tha m chaugo, so that it becomes unsusceptible Rthmond, KlJTKl Thompson, of. Springfield, 0M proprie- can be detached and substituted by a counts. Now York Sun. to heal and cold and retains its elasticicollar with a big bow, stock ribbon of a prohibitionist journal. The Kevlval of the Loos linn. Offce over Chenanlt's grocery. No 36 Seccnr tor ty Before vulcanizing, rubber is affectw hich is very much softer and prettier. A content or the national chairmanS;reet among Tho Samuel Dickie, Petticoats more elaborate than ever crop few stayers runners tho moderna ed by both heat and cold, and when ship now ield by Prof. Have been cf American stretched does not como back: Jo its orig to match the corstes of the of AJbionrfaiclu, is hardly looked for. are madeThere are handsome ones of growing source of worry to promoters inal position, so it is nttt thoroughly season. officer The present incumbent of the silk trimmed with while Iace. of track 6poxt, and during the last year elastic. After tho tin? is vulcanized tha which he kis held eight years will Fersian one weak spot in the nation's ath valve is inserted, tho tire is blown np iiS IE: arid if white silk trimmed with irregu- - this probably a I ept reelection underpresVD tacked Tufflcs. letic ability has frequently threatened aud packed ready for shipment Jarly placed sure from bli friends; but L. B. Logan; that A tiro is taken out of evCry-la to mar the prestige earned by our athstate chairJon,. Ohio; J. M. Dunlap, And there is to pass from abstract to culleB from letes in other branches of amateur sports. is vulcanized aud is put on an iron pulchainjm, Indiana; Prof. A. Hop- concretion this example, state in preparation; tha When America was confronted last fall ley that runs against a wofiden drum ftUJH kins, of Itoctrjster, N. Y., and Dr. H. A. n June trousseau brocaded satin, .scat- with the task of defeating the British- covered with cleats every inch and a, pink Gibbs,state chairman in Massachusetts, material is a ers, Conneff hati to be pulled out again half. The iron pulley is weighted down are named In connection with the office. tered over with dork pink flowers. Itis after winning the one mile run owing to about 250 Bounds and is speeded fd vandyked with wide cream ValencienDa vtd AVecubleh. scarcity of three mile material. This nes lace, each point caught with a ro- to n humiliating fact for American "ath- 10 miles per hour. If tho tiro does not is como up to tho standard en this (est, tho Basement of Dillingham Building, A handsonv' monument will soon bo sette, of narrow pink ribbon. 1be or letes to contemplate an! one not to be wholo lot in tho vnleanizer is condemntheir tops nrbiy with erected to GeriSherman in Lancaster, nets match, and Riihmond, Ky. tolerated. Tho revival of intef est in dis- ed as" rinflr to bo shipped-- Boston Jourlace and with thesame pink ribbon. (.. his natirc city. tance running is. therefore, particularly First-clas- s Work Guaranteed. William Kue,f Danville's noted horse Tailor gfcwns we have still with us, gratifying, and that stimetiiiiR good nal: nfaterjals ara English chw-iotand their Orders left at W. G. White's, dealer, is deafr. ' will result-froit is tl sincere wish Downey, "who killed policeman John plairu mixed and In small checks. ttf every lorero3 sport, j Promptly attended to. Pri toelectric Trip rrunlt re n&eT for skirts "with have jAwreneebu.rjf';, J3 j &.- plain darfc 'y&fyyftomlviela Ql4.S:hl5felStiinBi ;Bea4 UCieaiw5 . : pes reasonable J Hgbts i4i-- l i si ? . i i1" A l ' t ' Jf H 2 1S&6. 11 j DR H. R. GIBSON, IlaW, and That Is SprlnC. 1 800. front- - tab - 27- rub-Le- ' to-da- y; Allen, E. E., Co. Store. Azbili, J. W , Livery Stable. " ; Bales, Dr. 0. J., Office. r 'Bales, Dr. C. J., residence. Baxter, R. A., Groceries-- Baxter, W. P., Pm'nt Store ' Blanton, L. II.,- Residence. S5 Blanton, L. R., Coal Yard. 37 Blanton, L. R., Residence. 2G Broaddus, P. B., Livery Stable 103 Brown, M. H., Stationery & Bikes. 7G Buchanan & Bimjerstaff, F. & U. 102 Burnatn, J. R., County Judge. 94 Bus and Transfer GfGce. . 100 Carse, A. E., Lumber YarcL 69 Climax Printing Company. 50 Cobb, J. Tevis, Law Office. 99 Collins & Fox, Livery Stable. 73 Collins Furniture Company. 10G Collins, Dr. P. P., Office70 Collins, T. B., Grocery. 72 Covington, Arnold & Bfo., Grocers. 54 Covington, T. T.. Residence. 35 Deatherage, J. B. & Co"., Grocers. 5 Dykes, J. T., Grocery. 105 Duncan & Thorpe, Livery Stable 57 Dykes, J. D., Grocery! 7 Dykes, J. D., Residence. 34 Elder, E. V., Dry Goods &c. 4G Elder, E. V., Residence.' 22 Engleman C. B. 6z Co., Meat Market. 10 Evans' Coal Yard. 93 Feeney, J. D., Residence. 110 Fehr, Frank, Brewing Company.- - 59 Freeman, Jack, Shoes & Groceries. "Ring 1 i - - AX OFT of vtSr2ito Hiilas nigh Strung STares. Crea,rr5.Dru!5:ist ordered more It is worthy of note that nearly all for any ronghnees of the skin; 10 tho mothers of turf favorites have posand 25c ; beautifies the complex sessed great nerve force, and the major portion of them were so uncontrollable inn. snftpna sirul vrhttAisstKa in harness that they could not bo driven Hurley's arsaparilla established Hit with pleasure or safety Green Moun- years. tain Maid was so high strung that she never was well broken to harness and vS3SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsSSSSSf8 was finally given up as a hopeless j'ob. Old Clara, tho dam of Dexter and Dictator, was an exceedingly nervy mare and went against the collar with such resolution that she threw a spavin. One j Cai talari without trt tan readily believe that Miss Russell, alrrtowldg of arjybody. though never much driven, was a mare of the do or die character. As a matter H.s Never Failed When Dirbg-of fact, nearly all the great brood mares tioxs are Followed. f " ri; p s R ffitz i Alcohol Cure!! 'M vs t ,i : t & Ipa were of exceedingly nervous tempera- ment Sad, bat True. Oh. once apain the eld. old talo is toW throughout the land. The dear familiar legend that a child conld understand. Where'er the human ear may hear the gonad of human speech Chat fond tradition's uttered to such folk aa nre in reach. )h. sweet old talel Oh. sa3 old talet This sprins you're just tho saniu u in. the dim years of the puat "Tho nrafiire stole the game. " Chicago Record. Address X. moxd Ky. r, Rkh- M. 3jjS.CoBsaltatioa hour after 4 p. m. 43-5- 0 Vill Call ox You if Yoc Desirr It. ' 'ss'sssssssssssssessswseew U B, I 'MA Pa pa ii Vi i 9 a SIS lljjl lisiiV lip pin Pay Yobp Ely Eighth Day to. s : ALL persoBs are hereby ootined Ret i sell to any one, goods or other thiage Hfi on my credit. T. II. KARK. m-m April 2i, lseo. rlH' f who ALL those1S93 byfail to pay their City for the L. & N. E. R. K. C. DIVISION. -- of May, 1896, t r.x . VI 7 sold for same. 16-3- 0 their property will be advertised and D. R. FREEMAN, City Collector. Is Effect March 1, 1SW.-NOR- -- mm 7 nce i can operate, call on, or address, Richmond ... Red House . BOUND. .v. x. A.St 3.19 6.23 Shearer. Ford Winchester-Paris -- 13 46- 44 GS J mm 71 e g 87 55 42 GG -- - Fire Department. Foster, Dr. J. M.. Office. Foster, Dr. J. M., Residence. Frazee, Dr. L. J., Residence. Gibson, Dr. H. B., Office.-G- l Gibson, John R., Residence. Giunchigliani, Joe, Restaurant. Gormley, W. C, Residence. W.-C- , PP Cynthiana... Falmouth. .. If you want the host Washing Ma- Covington .... chine that fs made, one that a child Cincinnati fMillerslMirg. 1638 Lit K.40 Jj2r 3.41 .44 4.04 7M 4.33 7.43 SM 5.08 1321 4.1S 5.51 911 i.m M i0.24 1.11 '7.05 1038130 est Ssi Cuas. "Waller, Carlisle pa Richmond, Ky. CSFAgents wanted. Maysville B.2S . SJ6 arp SOUTH BOUND. Richmond ... - fli-- e - for open-wor- k ed ... 1 pel -- broad-gauge- ! & the-othe- .... ... 1 -- -- tlemi-trai- n. ch phil-nnthroj- vl "nar-row-gaup- e" r 1 ' tj-- road-gaug- e" 5- I lni! -- lacc-edge- d ot PSINT SND PUPER SHOP II Gormley, Saloon. . 92 Greenleaf, J. E., Residence. 43 Hackett, T. B., Saloon. 49 Hagan, T. S., Drug Store. SI Harber, M. M., Coal Yard. 96 Heath, Dr. M. C, Residence. 24 'Ilolton, Dr. C. S., Residence. 112 Hume, E, B., Reiiidenee,.., 1 II time, W. S. & Co., Silver Greek. 2- Infirmary, Pattie A. Clay. 109 Jasper, Dr. H. 0., Residence. 3 Jones, W. S., Saloon. 60 Kennedy, Dr. O. A., Office 53 Kennedy, Dr. O. A., Residence. 7S L. tfc N. R. R. Depot. 39 Madison Female Institute. ; 40 IMcCreary, J. B., Residence. T4 Memorial Hall (0. UX . 25 MidkifT, S.L., Residence. 56 Middelton, B. L., Drugstore. 67 Miller & Francis. Meat Market. 77 Myers, D. H., Planing Mill. - 97 Myers, George II., Livery Stable 32 Parrish, Lyman, Livery Stabled '15 Perry & Broaddus, Meat Shop. 6 I'ickels, t.oui'ge W., Residence." '" . 82 Powell, ( '. is. S, Office. . S6 Powell, Chas. S., Residence. V T? ri.- ii su rowers , ll.i., viii0 Ki,-- . VJIV1V-91 Poyntz, Dr. J. .) ., Residence.- ' S Register Printing Company. 107 Richmond Bottling Co., Factory. 45 Richmond Ice Company. -I 52 Richmond Laundry Office. - 111 Richmond Tobacco Factory. 48 Richmond National Bank. . . ': 90 R. N. 1. & B. Ra.lroad Depot. 93 Bichmond Produce ifc'CoarCo. ' J'' 83 Richmond Steair. Laundry." .c 21 Richmond Warehouse fe Coal Yd.'5 .11 Rice, H. C, Residence. 5 47 Schmidt, H., Confectionery. ' 9 Sclilegel, Louis, Heside"nce. 84 Second National Bank. 33 'Shackelford & Gentry. 20 Simmons, J, P., Kesidence. 44 .Simmons, J. P., Sheriff's Olllce. 23 Smith, A. D., Gl'ocery. : '62 Smith, Dr. A. W, Residence, office 60. 31 Smith, James W Residence. 51 Smith & Dougla:?, Meat Shop. 105 Standard Oil Co., Warehouse. 79. Sullivan, J. Ay Office. 65 Sullivan, J. A., Residence. 17 Sullivan. P. IL, Residence. '44 Taylor Bros., Hardware. " 28 Taylor, Dr. T. Residence. 12 Thorpe, S. H., Circuit Clerk IS Tipton, French, Residence.. 38"Turley, R.t;E., Residence. 63 Vaught, Dr. 0. ):!., Residence. 64 Walker, J. Stoin, Residence. 86- - Wardroper, F. II, Residence 18 Ring 2 Vatts, Joe, Residence. '95. Watts, W. W. tesideuce. 75 WlHte,,Dr. W. 61. , DruStore. V 88 WiHisHouse. ;; 55- - Zaring Grain taifll Qq, -o Subscribe for the ihe CS.GTiax. Fort Estill... Whites Liviu gston- -. v. x. r x. PI 431. W 12.01 US 124181. 42, A. X. 12 1J0 2. L26 7 l i ft Pa ffirp I Richmond Fort Estill DnncRHDon ... ... i, & e, r, n Ef- 13 230 .4a 9 t- r- I Time Table No.24 In fect May A. M. 10 iO Silver Creek Paint Lick . Lancaster Rowland ..... 435 12, 1895. AJUtirALS. Trains returning to RiebHoml arrive as follows: A L.,.t 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. EAST BOUND, jfj-j yo.9 , No. ,. Ex San Ex Sua Ex Sia KxSub. Versailles . N'icholasriHe Valley View Richmond- -. Union Moberly Brassfield ... ... Panola Irvine . -- f Million. ,, 11 ,4 4T 58 15 S 31 M. 6 40 7 7 58 8 12 jj A. M. ! 55 10 10 35 A. M xi m . Fron CiRciaaati 1.10; 73; 11.4S f. m. From Maysville 7J3 p. m. From Li vf Bsston-3- .lv a. m.; 12,S8i p. at. From Rowland 10.10 a. m. ont-oiR- fr is ia ja . 8 30 pa lap .... ai 46 l3 A. ia I4 .. r. it. . 123a pin i 1 1 50 o5 .. a. St No. io Ex San A. M. 3 5 3 30 j No. a. No. 4. NeTIZ WEST BOUND Ex Sun Ex Shb Ex Sh Irvine Panola E&fB? reference to the temm fioai Richmond, the tiaie reqsked to tKecev-ere- d. run to any one station, is easily Taking this time from the tiara of arrival at will give the tme of arrivUl at the station in queetioa. CONNECTIONS. ....... .. u. r. 1 1 1 M. 3o 54 58 r. M. 4 4 3 40 pa jrCJta ap) Moberly . Union... Richmond .... Million ..... Y""vey, Vi?,T Versailles Brassfield.. ..... ... ... 6 05 2 10 6 30 6 58 7 30 3 00 3 3 3 38 4 a a 30 it a8 40 5 10 5 15 5 40 . .. .. 5 5 5 6 00 30 57 58 7 30 A. M. ... ichou.viIIe ap pa aP at A. M. r. St. T. M. trains connect at Parrs with Lexington, Frankfort, CiBeiaaoti, Maysville aud intervening points. g trains connect at Wechbs-te- k with Lexington ami points west, and Mt. Sterling and points east. e trains connect at Lrrisws-ton- " with Cumberland Gap, Kuoxville, Louisville and intervening points. 3)nt-going Out-goinOut-goinOut-goin- i g m Trains between Louisville and Versailles daily. (near btanford) with Cumberral Gap, Trains between Cincinnati and NicholasviHt Knoxville, Louisville and iBtervesuaf: daily All trains connect with Southern Railway to points. and from Louisville, and with the C. N O. & T. do not stop where bo time P to and from Cincinnati. i is specified. You can SDend live hours in Louisville, about six "hours in Cincinnati or ia hours in Lexington and For additional information, isqakerf , rcium io AicnmoDU ai 330 p. m. K. HOOD, agent at Richmond, or (of For through rates and other mformauon ap any ticket aent cr addiess other agents. trains connect at Rowland STrains - 1T .v rst TICKLES YOU THE INSTANT RELIEF YOU GET FS0H '- r- - LIGHTNING C U R ES Colic. Cramps, Diarrhcta, Flax. Cholera Morbus, Nausea, Changes of Water, etc H EALS Cuts, Burns, Bruises. Scratches, B.tes of Aaimals, Serpents, Bugs, etc Good, SmellsEemvhere tastes Good, does Good evert time. at 25c and 50c Pir BotHe. No Ralltf. No ray. Sold SOa BREAKS UP Bad Colds. La Grippe, Croup, Sore Throat, mm etc Influanxa. ftt lip pa ap 11 Up paj m HERB J1EDICLNE CO. TT 5 If x sirs snt&uis tvo saa d asixuia! ss iswa m saa ooxum. 5PRrNQFlELD. O. VlITi y i The BlUe:Sra55 OF ktd BsRRRHKaBisHe THORODGHBRED T 'RED HOGS. M MY BREEDERS WERE SELECTED FROM THE BESTUERDSot this famous breed of swine in several different States. A splendid lot of , pigs of different ages for sale. Bred sowa a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited- Address. -- J, pi sP pal arp R. H. BRONHUGH, Ky Proprietor, Crab Orchard, r Madison Monumental Works. 7HVv 'ftf MANUFACTURER AXD DEALER IX wlls FoKip-ui-tafi'M-M- iiB1 Hi mP NbSSto:1 $M P! MD GRflNiTE MOMENTS, s;l s " . mm JNi j miM&m'tw 4ffijf oo v....;.. V" Ilfesidehco. 16 ZimuipiyE.i Re taurant. - """I'wv " & i -- . 5lSl f2V iSrS3s- !""; 'fj mueuarimt egf fAt iPffiill fKm $S? S 1 W? JM! 1f& lJ$h K SV tombs, ' tablets, HUADSTO-VE- S, TJrV3, ' ife 1 - IB J Staiuary, Etc - JP ; ifS -- " FINE WORK A SPECIALTT 4 3 a S3 CToarTradeSblicited.prjr wi,m:w- uie iiuiauoiiiacuiu ju; uaria Ul .t.-- Jtg1 k, ?fj st . - - ' t jgMiip "" (."V- - ii" ' A -- -- 3.--i - F f ! 'f- -- !l r. ' "" - ""- -. J .'n. J" i t ." j j KSSS- -- J-tMil j&&M k y,'V w " fa- " - "HKn - '. -- a rrrrrrrrrrrrrrHrrrrrrrsrrrrrrrrxrrrrrrrrrrrrr HBHBHBflH-BBHRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR sssssssHssssssbHrbsssssssssssssssIssBHsssssHrRssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssH .Sstit' MMl -- m- ' rrw i sststssssW .1" " '"- - ! i J 1 1 JH 7 ImI 1S?fl li Tpfc "T -- 1 z it THE CLIMAX. iREXOH TIPTON. D. P. ARMEP, - Editor. Manager. JX- - rv-- IS Rats are about to take Sam Conn's. Within the last week he and his folks Go. have killed about the house and barn 84 of them. i'ltlCK- - iliilt Vi2Alt, $1.50. ! One day last week Ollio Bowin's team considerran away and bunged him up WEDNESDAY. MAY 6. - - 1S96. ably no bones broken. Mr. Reuben Kindred i building a new CANDIDATES ANNOUNCCMCNT house on Main street, on the lot bought of Wm. Hiattsome time ago. POR OOXirtB&v. Thomas R. Robinson is having an adJihin S Owm.ev, of Lincoln county, ih ditional building to his dwelling house. a oamtklale for Coasress, to represent Bom to the wife of Ham Rranna-niathe tk District, Hibject to the action of a big girl on the 27 ult. the Democratic party Rev. S. F. Kelley will preach at tho Shelby county, is a Pkvok Fobbb, of Mtthodist Church next Sun-lay- . CMMtkiate for UoHprts, to represent the Sjh dHdet, subject to the action of Thomas Keunard is doing the sawing the Democratic jiarty. at both the mills for Wallace & Hiatt and Wallace it Lucas. HOK JUDGE OF THE COURT OF A1I'EALS. Bowin Bros will be ready to grind JriMHS W S. I'juor, of Hery county, ib your corn before long. of the otficeof a caMtlhhiie for Preston Heart is accused of stealing ot the Cwirtof Appeals, from this the Leart of Miss Corra Maden. IHhiri t.Mibject to tiie action of the DemMurried-- on the 29th ult- -, Mr. WilLAND OR MONEY? ocratic pttrjy liam Wilson to Miss .May Elliott, at the bride's home, near this place. The CuUHt) DcBurratic .Mass Cunt rnliun. Tlie Land Qucsliou Should be Settled bride was 17 years of age, the groom 27 To the lUcHMOxn, Ky, May 4, First! yean, of age. We wish them many DtMuocrats of Madison Co yean of prosperity and happiness, In accordance with the orders of the Editor Climax: DetMOcnttic State Executive Committee, Some currency reformers assert that tlMs Democrats of Jiadifcon county are COLLEGE the money quebtion i as important as raited to meet at the court house in the land qtutetion, and others believe Roy Hisle, of Jessamine, visited this Ky., in was conven-tioRichmond, that it u more important. It - claimed place, last week. at2 o'clock, p, m., (solar tun) that money ib to the body politic what Satrda. Mav 30. 1S0G. for the blood is to the human body. But the Wo had a grand local optiou meeting here Wednesday night Every body is and delegates of dioohing jmrjHW-analogy is imperfect-- The huiuan body alternate delegates to attend the State cannot live without blood, but men for local option. di-iCoRree-HHia- l conventions Mr. & Mrs. T. B. Demarep, of Owens-borlived and traded before mnuey was inLexington, Ky., Jure called to meetiu are visiting friends at this pi ice. Land is as necessary to eery vented. .1S0. The joung men "of College Hill will nan's existence as is the blood in his The Democratic County Committee. spent for a medal some time in May, eins; but money ih not. Suppose that By Chafe S. Powell, y all the money in existence was time not set. The program promises to Chairman. destroyed, would any person sutler fiom be viy interesting. W. R. Shackelford, S G. Cundifl, of Somerset, is visiting want of the necessaries of life if the earth Seer eta ry, was accessible to all, the season propi- the family of A. W Williams, this week. inRev. F. Grider and wife are isiting DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE MKET-IK- G tious, the soil fertile and the people dustrious? No Now, suppose that the J W Grider. AT PARIS, MAY 13. money and property remained but all Quirterly meeting, the last Saturday The Democratic Committee of the cultivable land was tterlized, would all and Sunday in May.atthe M E. Church. PMth Appellate District composed of the the money they had and all they TtT oodaties of BourhoH, Fayette, Scott, could make sae them from famine, of the supplies of Woodford. Franklin. Owen, Gallatin, after the exhaustion Carroll, Trim hie, Henry, Jebaminc, food oh hand ? No. Then should not Hie land question take precedence of the l, Mr. C. L. Hamlin, has gone to VirMadison. Mercer Boyle, Lincoln, ginia on business. Laurel, Clay, Knox. Rockcasl'e, money qties'ion. "What change in the amount or char- OiffaJey and Jackson, will meet at the Miss Margaret Wilmore is visiting relHouse in Paris, at 2 o'clock p. m , Lacter of money could prevent the wealth atives in Richmond. Cort ob Wednesday, tlte 13th of May next, to produced by Irish tenants from being Miss Mary Grimes is visiting friends Sx slime and place for ltohlinc a con- drained across the Irish sea to the ab- in Ch.rk county. vention lo nominate fur ApjH'llte.iiih;e. sentee owners of Irish laud? What Miss Lena Palmer is visiting relatives Toe Cluurmau of each county commit- change in the amount or character of money could .prevent wealth produced in Lincoln and Garrard counties. tee is roqoestfsd to attend. Mr. W. K. Kilbouru of Whitesburg, in the west from being drained to the T. E. Moore, eftbt as long as so many of the toilers of Letcher county, was the guest of Miss Chairman. April 24th, '96. the westarelbut tenants or mnrlgagees of Marti a Hamlin. Sunday. A M idjkiis coanty Democrat said, landlords who live injthe east or in EuJ. D Arbuckleand Joe Watts, of RichMonday, tliat lie preferred McKinley to rope? In short, w hat s stem of currency mond, came down on their "bikes" Sunthe will prevent the landlords from appro-priatiu- g day. Carlisle, wlik-J- i is not , bloody chasm with great rapidity. in the form of ground rent that filled the pulpit at Rev.Wm. Potter of Dr. Evass didn't want Gen. Hardin alue which attaches to land because morning and the the Presbyterian church Sun lay population of urowth to make his free silver speech in the He celebrated the first anniversary of industry, thrift and enterprise of the ctrtirt Howe, Monday, hf"u'-- some of his ministry. community. the shade tres had yello.. leaves. Joe Grimes made a trip to Winchester Let usee how more money will beneUfS- - J. Speed Smith lesmilingas if he fit lanlords. The pennilos man, in or- on his wheel Friday. !kuew eoutetiung about the Republican der to secure some of the increase in the Fanners are about through cutting Bomiuatioa fur Oougret in the Sth Dis- exchange medium, must work for it, and corn now. trict that is in the nature of a hangman's perform for some person who has money A The dry weather still continues. fcaot grasp. What is the first tiling that mii'-- t be done veiy good shower fell Friday eve, but by a person who is going to employ la- not enough to wettheground thoroughly. As intense silver man in Richmond bor? If he is a fanner he must either lam quit drinking beer because, flir-- t its buy or renta farm; if a manufacturer he onliir is more or let? gulden, and second must procure a site; if a storekeeper he DOYLESVILLE. it i liraled down from the tlepot in a must secure a location for his store All Rain is needed almost as .much as wason kh gold letters on the side.. these require land. This is the first ef- mone in this part of the country at Gen. Harihx wont have a gold watch, fect of an increase in the medium of present. and has never had a tooth plumed with exchange. The net is an increased de Sid Hisle who has been real sick for g'ihl, and while Ik; may, some da', i.ac mand for land, which increases its value means more money some time has got abie to be out again. to cliiuh the golden stair, he won't be and increased value John Waldeu who has been in Clark botuered with any goidon streets, unless for the landlord, and he renders no service for the ground rent he appropri- countj' for bometime is at Ironic. lie changes his couie. mouev at ates. The government Miss Emma White, of Clark, visited Gen. Harden is all rn tan a gallant one point; the landlord gathers it in at her brother and sister, Master Shirley man, coining from a truly Cluteterfu-lthe other If issuing money by the j;ov and Miss Tut White, of this place. family, bat he won't bow to any goklen eminent was abolished and a system of Mad dogs appear to be very numerous haired woman, however pretty , so mteiiM-i- s mutual banking was established by and iu this county, two have been seen passhts hatrod of goW uney and gold ior the people, the effect would be the ing thiough the village recelftly ami it is bgs. same. thotigl t that another one went through Land is the source of our living and or near by here, the only things that Wkw a great lool is Dr. "Wash "Vet, Illinois while Boh I nger-bo- ll the source of all wealth. Then the land have been known to be bitten are dogs of Belh-vilk- i. first, for it is and geese. was leJheriig a lecture, he walked question should be settled the foundation on which we must detloWH the aisle with a Bible, knelt ami A number of oui Sunday school hoys permanency of offered np a short prayer, then left w hile pend for the security and and girls enjoyed the hospitality of Miss Boh talked on as if the crank weic all fcther reforms, and it can be settled Ellen Tracy. laFt Sunday and more than right by the adoption of the single tax, not trying to exhibit himsi.lL a dozen wete highly entertained by Mr. which means the abolition of all taxes Mrs Nathan Durham the Sunday levied, and appropriting and A Gasouse tank in the basement of that are now previous. Uracil's saloon, on Walnut street, in the rent of land to defray government Cincinnati, ojiHte the Gibson Hoiifce, expense. Once adopt this ideal sysexploded, and not only oompleth tem of taxation and the worst possible wrecked tlte four storv building, but money system conld not deprive the Fay's beer sjIooh, next door, killing poorest worker of a decent living, hut C. A Nicola, ot Cleveland, Ohio, is fottr pereutte and wounding nuiueroun without the bingle tax the best possible here on business. money system would only accentuate otiters. Lexington parties are building a gasthe evils of land monopoly the private oline boat here to be used at High liAb LKIU0K- appiopriatiou of ground rent Biidge in constructing the lock now beW. L. Ciiossmax, ing put in at that place. Stanford whiskey ttmsi be of the vilc-- t Hoston, Mass. He.ekiah Brown while plowing his type- - A legal question as to the liquor. horse en the river bank a few days ago law tww-e-, and tle week the council va FINED $500. let him run into the river and was to decide, one of them was iwralyzed Wesley Withers, colored, charged witli drowned. and anoiiter took fver and died Thou ilw hiwverin tlte ease dieJ. The new running a crap game, was tried in th'e A Mr. Gooeey has moved into the cotcouncil will not grant license and it is circuit court this morning. He whs tage recently built by J. W. Masters. well it bbouki ikm. sentenced tooneyearin the penitentiary Jeff Hiberts wife died of consumption and fined 500. As he has no money last Wednesdaj. Buried at Salem MONDAY'S ChUUTIMUSE Sl'KhCHiS. with which to pay his fine, he will work church yard. it out after the expiration of his term in "For three ltonrs Monday afternoon. Wilkam Baker of tliw place and the the penitentiary. Danville Advocate. wife of Bryant Perkins a jiropeious farthe courthouse was crowded to hear the financial offeechos of Gen, 1. Wat Har- KENTUCKY HORSES IN CHICAGO. mer eloped from heie last Wednesday. Baker nad been married and ha.s a living din and ConpreStoMMw! candidates, Foree wife, but had.been beparated for 2 or 3 and Owsley. Gen. Hardin spoke for two At the Union Stock Yards, in Chicago, lHir, in which he made a ast number recently, 182 head of Kentucky horses years. of assertions and never put forward an werosold at auction, and the attraction Sam Gill made an unsuccessful atargument- - He i the rankest grade of a drew a large crowd of foreign, local and tempt to elope nilh the wile of Henry free-6iivadvocate, ami deals as largely domestic buyers Bidding was spirited Brown. Officers we e after Gill for carin fallacies ami win 1 as liis great running and the prices wtrofair. Saddle Jiorses rying concealed wespous and foiled him mate J. C S lMackburn. For instance, sold for $200 to $rS5, carriage teams $500 in his undertaking. Heleltjier at the lie called the particular attention of the to $750 and drivers for $200 to $1,150, the home (if a friend and has skipped alone. ' . au.'ieuce to his intention of disproving latter price being paid for the bay pacing Carlisle's faiiHHis unanswerable fiae gelding Dempey. $2 14J Gazette. on the finances. And when everybody was ready to be informed be STRAWBERRY WHIPPED CREAM. R C. Adams' brown mare ran off simply asserted that "two of them were from home Saturday night and he found li8 and three of them fallacies." But Hub two pounds and a half of straw- her in the stray pen at Richmond, lie never attempted tobbow why they berries through a sieve, and half a pound Monday. or fallacies. The audience had of powdered sugar and one quait of were Born To the wife of Speed Hendrix t lien to take his word for it, as they did whipped cream. Place a lajer of macaeverything else he said. At the close roons or any small, sweet buiscuit in a last week, a girl. for It has been going the rounds of the of Gen. Hardin's speech he occupied pre- dish, add a layer of the strawberry whip cisely the jiosrUon that a part' to p suit then another layer of biscuit, and con- press that our .Mrs. Rhoda Cox sheared in court would occupy if said prt were tinue alternately until the cream is used her sheep. No doubt it is true, as she to simply read his petition or answer to up. Set aside in a ery cold place, or on has done this for years. Jhe colored the court and close his case withoutin-tr.tducin- g ice, and serve in ar dish in which it is brick .nd stone mason a woman lives close by, too. any proof. In this enlight- J prepared. May Ladies Home Journal. Logslen and Thomas are patting up a ened age, people require something more than mere assertion argument and A YOUNG WOMAN'S WARDROBE, tnew pair of scales, proof are necessary Mrs-- T H. Shelton has" a Emma 31. Hooper writes in answer to baby by, born Sunday morning. A noticeable effort was made to fill the a correspondent who inquires concernadherents. house with free-silvJ. Rj Logsden is plowing up a wheat people should bear in ing a wardrope for the summer (in May The frae-sllvfield for corn. mind liat they are proposing a change Ladies Home Journal). "Have four in the monetary system of the country. dancing gowns of net over silk chiffon, Didn't Tell It All. men are 'not asking while Dresden silk and a spangel net The sound-mone- y A letter from R. M. Dudley requests for a change. The proposed change is White and pale blue pique suits, several flow- - hisLCuMAX to be changed from New an exierimeut, r.ud a dangerous one ati fancy 6ilk waists, a dotted Swiss, a that Thov propose to Jimp from a i ered organdy, bluo duck and haigbt blue York jo Scninton, Pennsylvania, ami 100 cents to a silver i outing gown ot twin: men a golden- - adds : J'I am building a trolly line here fin T'tollar-wortl- . "' But . ar worth 5Q cents. A man on & brown cheviot for traveling; black satin and wijl be here iortomo months d lie didn't tell all tic knew about what he Louse top could walk just as well on tho and white slk fieperate skirts; shirt-laf- cronnd. but he must be careful and not fcta eilk of medium hues of changeable 14S doirjg. iu Scninton. From another inrt himself in getting down. i preen, and yon liaTptbe array in wbich source It is learned that he is to ,marry Oar inoaelaryByBtejR js a Rood one J exengejsnoowV lcharn FCBU81IKD KVEKV WEDNESDAY BT hs Climax Printing J'ge hava gold and silver and paper. A silver dollar is as good as a gold one, and a paper.dollar is as good aa either. All of them are legal tenders. Let them re main so. Let the nuances alone. Does any platform, national or State, that has ever been adopted by a party, demand the destruction of silver, Has not evcrj or its retirement? platform declared in favor of the use of silver? The silver is included among the money of overy party. It is good money now, and should and must and will remain good. Free silver lost the Sta'e to the Republicans last November. It's unceasing agitation prevented the election of a United Stales Senator, last session of the Legisiatatme, and unless there he a suspension of hostilities, the M..ie "ill he lost ag-unext November. The rehts w ith the agitators. Mr. Owslej made a brief speech in the interest of his candidacy, and created a good impression. H felt that the crowd was tired and he did not choose to detain the listeners. Mr. Foree spoke half an hour or more, during which he punctured numerous Hardin bubbles. Healnomadca good impression "We MR. HARDIN AND MES STEPHEN- - 1. . CORRESPONDENCE. J i SON. I "o-- " isi&mmmmxssmaKl Wallnceton. Mr- - MarReferring to the marriage tin D. Hardin, eon of Gen. P-- Vfat Hardin, and Miss" Stephenson, danghteu off the Danvill Advothe cate SSVK "His relatives here say that will take place sometime in June, and that the couple will spend thesum- mer in Bowling Green, where. Mr. Har din vi ill have the pistomte of, the Fire Presbyterian cl.utch. In the fall they Scotland, and Mr. ; will go to Ediiihurg, Hardin will enter the celebrated univerj sity there to continue his theological studies preparatory to his entrance into the Piebbjterian ministry.' vlt ma PRYOR T0REI7S SPEECH. H SHALL BOYS GOTO COLLEGE? SOME AKE FITTED FOR LIFE, AND OT11KKS ARE UNFITTED BY COLLEGE TKA1SINO. Awarded il Highest Honors World's Fair m m mM Tired Women 5honld stop and consider tbo dangsrs vhish threaten thom because of their weakness, languor and lack of ambition. Thousands of women find their strength unequal to the demands of duty. And yet there la no escape from the incessant round ot care and toil. They must have strength. How shall It be given T By building up their systems through puri-le- d, enriched and vitalized blood, flood's Sarsaparilla will give them itrangth because it will moke their blood pure and enable tt to feed the nerves upon proper nourishment. It will create an appetite, tone the stomach and Invigorate overy organ. It Is what tired women need. & rr.itWv "'75yy ' WW n, GIRLGRADUATEV ESSAYS. A WKLCOWE INNOVATION IN SCHOOL EXEBCISCS. Writing of "Girls and Literary Ladies' Home Journal, Edward W. Bok directs seiious attention to the literary features of gins' schools' commencement exercises, especially the subjects for chosen tor or by graduating btudeuts, which he holds in very many instances, are entirelv inappropriate Mr. Bok writes that "When the parents and friends of the graduates assemble to see the boners of the school year cominc to their girls it is only natural that they should wish to get some assurance that the money devoted and the time given to their education shall not have been for nauuhL But I do not A large number of representative min of Jessamine assembled at the court house Monday afternoon to hear Hon. Pryor J. Foree, of Shelbv county, make the first campaign speech in this county as a candidate for congress. After beiog intioduced by Hon. B. A. Crutcher, Mr. s Foree launched out iuto tho political handling the oars of the old Democratic boat with as much skill an one who had long breasted the storms. He suid he was not there to disetisd the taiill or the money questions, but to lay his claims liefore them for the offii e to which he aspired, and did so in a very honorable and fair manner. Mr. Foiec then took up the present administratiin of this fctate, and for about fortj'-fiv- e minutes he handled the Republican party without pomp or ceremony, especially referring te the recent bayonet rule at Frankfort as being the most disgraceful proceeding ever perpetrated on the people of Kentucky, that it was uncalled for and which Governor Bradley used only as a drawing card for the Presidency. Mr. Foree said that the platform of the Republican party in Kentucky was exceedingly short and forcible and til-low- DR; Hood's Sarsaparilla '. ttt the Only True Blood Purifier fls Prominently In the publio eyo today. It feeds the nerves on pure blood. HILL. H i1- ad o. to-da- Kirksvill'e. Gar-raix- e d Patt Valley View. Mr. Bryan was born in of Bourbon. A. C. Miles has bought of various parBourbon 72 years ago, but left when 10 ties in Jessamine 22G ewes, at an average years old. Jell Bryan is his cousin, and of $2 57 with SO percent, "f lambs throw n they enjoyed of our telling of his mar-liag- e in. The crop of Iambs is very large in this week to a young girl after one the countv and but few will be cood other had heat him out of S4,000 for enough to go to the eastern market. "Jeff can't be 70 breach of promise. Nicholasville Journal. though," added Mr. B. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan are fine looking.and as well preserved cou pie we have seen and their two sons alao fine young men. Tiie daughter had fJ-PERSONAleft. Mrs. B. was a Miss Farrow, of Mt. Sterling descent, and Mr. Bryan's mother itiJs P a Parker. Mr. B. had been guest of l3 mi s-a &5v Brutus Clay and others in Bourbon, and Mrs. E. R. Rowland visited in Jessa- lought cattle. Mrs. Bryan and her son rjir .j r.rt:y , mine last week. v rr r- r- - r- -Fred testified ; the mother's pathetic Mrs. N. B. Deatherage visited in Lex- story causes much sympathy,, some ington last week. sending to her boarding house flowers, Miss Burke, of Danville, is visiting etc Paris Kentuckian-Citizen- . tSiVWJiX.I Miss May Collins. Dr. David Bennett, of Lexington, was heie Monday. 1 Wheels and Wheelers. half-barre-ls Miss Belle McDowell has returned from Nicholasville. 3900e0G9OO00QW9000O Mrs. McGinn, of Versalles, is visitiug Ip The bicycle will prove a blessing to ' her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Pates. the trotting hone industry. There has JHjillmrlrarSlrarlEsrTVsarTiJirsJIsl-T-- Miss Sue Hume is visiting her auut, never been any money ill the rearing of , .fc. Mrs. Wilson, in Washington. D. C. poor horses, and the wheel has done s, Hon. Prjor Foree, candidate for more than anything else to stop the raisShelbyville, wes here Monday. ing of that class of horses. E ery one of iHral Rev Dr. Young has gone to Middles these poorer horses, has, r.eertheless, rrtiJfca trtlratarti&.ifa&rTa&na&iTaartaa boro to wiestle with the saloon people competed to a certain extent with the Hil so because Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith and Mrs. E. B. better animal. This has been iHJg Hume went to Danville on Wednesday. many people do not know the difference between a good horse and a bad one. A Mrs. J. G. Slusher, of Middlesboro, is norse is a horse to them so long as he visiting ber parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. las, as the school boy said in his compoBogg,, sition, "four legs one on each comer." Mr. Thomas Pryse, a prominent mer- But with the wheel as a competitor, the TDTPT-TVJ- Q chant of Beattyville, was here Saturday poorer animal must go. That he has. rrrdit wt " 11 11 Mi i" a ipjin 11 f 11 u i n a it i iimii i. rHITrl on business. gone and is going any one at all familiar Mr. Joe Bush was in Louisville, a few with the bigus of the times may see for dajs last week and found business as himself. In a few years he will cease to a A PVPIVl fa TTvT fT"HTT7 mTVRTT" A dull as a fence rail. compete with the horse that has stood as wm Hon. J S.Owsley, of Stanford, candi- the survival of the fittest. Horse World. date for Congiess, was here Monday Dr. J. C. Morgan has purchased a hi Ju finding out the boys. cycle and is now engaged in learning balance his 200 pounds between Mm Major Green Clay Goodloe, of the how to United States Navy, is visitiug his rela- earth and heaven. Register. The Register man is ten years behind tive, Hon. John Speed Smith. Dr Morgan as one of the first men iu Mis Frauces Young, daughter Rev. safty bicycle. Dr. Young has returned from Cincinna- Richmond to ride a .arHJ Congressman Bourke Cockran, of New-Yorti, much improved in health. collided with a deaf mute ThursMr. W. C. Izor, of the advertising firm We are ready for you and we surpass them all, with our new spring Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Shoes d frame sht clear sfiu day, and his & Sons Co., Cincinof Frank A. Alden his hike and tore up the dust for over nati, is spending a few days here. and Merchant Tailoring, The largest and best line of olothidg we have ever shown at prices that are the ten feet along tiie streets. Rev. Win. Crow Jr., son of Rev. Dr. Simmons, Burgin, Giunchigliani and lowest. We have, and INSPECTION will prove it, that the line is complete and very strong and every garment Crow, th s place, graduated from LouisBurns hiked over to Lexlngtou Wednesville Theological Seminary Friday night. cir:ir, day to the great Forepaw-SellsBrbargain. We give you a better suit for less money than any other house in this market Miss Mary Campbell, who has been cus. They made the run over m 2:18. teaching school iu Shelby county, has A. Sons of the Wheel. returned home, having finished her fcm This 6ong 1 sing school. re -I J think that these parents take the slightest pleasure in seeing their daughters wrestle with the topics given them for their essays topics that are nearly always far beyond the ken or conception of girlhood. I took the pains last June to carefully follow the rep'irts of com mencements in ditterent parts ot our country, and the mistaken topics discussed in graduating essays were something remarkable." A uiong the topics referred to he cites "A History of Civilizition," "Republic verbus Monarchy," "Trades' Unions and Monopoly for Labor.'' "The Negro and His Right to Vote" and others quite as inappropriate fcr girls to write upon. Mr. Bok contends that 'there are plenty of topics to be found in the realms of history, art, astronomy, literature or music, essays are which, if commencement and, to my mind, deemed necest-ary- they are not caube far more wisely or acceptably discussed than those referred to." tlOOd S FlllS Hood'i ct harmonlouIT with Sarpariua- - So. THE PEARL BRYAN FAMILY. We looked in on the trial of Scott Jackson, at Newport, yesterdpy. The chemical experts were examining clothing, the valise, etc. lackson is readily recognized from his picture in newspapers. The Bryan family impresses every one most faorably, insomuch that we dined with them at Mrs Raipe's boarding house, as they wanted to talk he carried it around that his audience might see it, whereupon he drew from his pocket a cartridge given him by one of the State guards while on duty at Frankfort. This Mr. Foree said should be a lesson to the Democrats in the to stand firmly together. He then referred to his views upon the money question, saying he was opposed to the free and unlimited coinage of silver, believing it would be detrimental to the welfare of the country; but if the Demo crats should adopt this in their National Convention at Chicago, he would stand by the platform; that his party was by far more to him than any national issue which might come up. Mr Foree said that he went to Frankfort as a his county opposed to J S. C Blackburn for U S. Senator, but when in the caucas Mr. Blackburn was made the nominee he felt n honor bound to stand by him, which he did until tne lflht. Again Mr. Foree presented 1 is claims by having that he would never havo asked for the nomination if he did not l'eel he could win it in the November elechon that whoever the nominee might be, he would certainly have a hard fight, before him from the Republicat b. Mr. Force stated further that he believed fa-tu- ie ical ills, which vanish before proper fortsgentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness are not due to any actual dis- : ease, but simply to a constipated condi-r.t tv,a crctotn nrhiph the Dleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millions, of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that itis the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to get its beneficial effects, to note when you purchase, that you have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system "is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should liave the best, and with the everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gi es most general satisfaction. well-inform- With Gladness Comes understanding tie a 01 better nature of the many physef- query with the assertion, "That depends a great deal on the boy J' He announces himself to he a thorough believer iu the college, but holds that "it might uot be best for him our boy to go to college; it might not be best for the community thathe should. College can fit a man for life, and also, it can unfit him. Ther are styles of education that dieqindifj the student for doing what he is competent to do, without qualifying him to do that which he might like to do, but for which he lacks, and always will lack, the prerequisites. " As a general princi ple, the more a man knows the better, but so long as the present order of things continues a great amount of very ordinary work will require to be done; and ordinary people will do ordinary work bet ter than extraordinary people will, ami be a great deal more comfortable while doing it. Hordes of both sexes are entering college for the reason that they Rev Charles H. Parkhurst, D. D., in his paper to young men, in May Ladies' Home Journal, discusses Shall "We bend Our Boy to College?" answering the CREAM JffiABUUlU A pure Grape Cream m)p fjS 1? fi r! ilZ MOST PERFECT MADE of Tartar Pc .tier from Ammonia, Alum or any other adJ'e-i-- t, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. BRECKINRIDGE. telegram from Lexington to t cinnati Enquirer of a J. Rreckinrhlge. of lai,. accepted an invitation to atldrt- -motracy of Fayette count ne x A to-d- day at the eort houe on t1 question, w)kh there will U .1 represen-tativefro- m he could poll 500 more votes than any man the Democrats might put up against him from the fact that he would have three solid Democratic counties back of him. Mr. Foree made an excellent impression upon his hearers, and at the closing of his speech he was congratulated by a large number of tliOEO preFent. many of the free silver men stating they would support him. Jessamine Journal. SHEEP. of fanners fr commonplace things county and the oraniz.i UU,r The result is that are left undone, and uiicounnptece tilings of the city. As he is likeK v r fare still worse. Agnculture is the ma- the leader of the silver CoMgret-ftMHia- l District : . terial basis of a nation's strength and -prosperity. "We could dispense with ei- Mr. McCreary, great intent manner in which I e will ther lawyers, doctors or ministers better the " Danville Achixat.- than we could with farmers. PtobaWy question so much if there we should not quarrel CONFEDERATE MOM Ml were fewer students of the law; should Tho Jessamine Confederate M not be sick so much it there were fewer have their should not be Association students of medicine, and wicked if there were fewer students completed which will be erei v so as u of theology. All of these could contri- court house yard jtist as bute liberally to the rauks of the agri- rangements can he mde, in dead buried ere culturalists with advantage to theprofes of their sions and to the grain and vegetaWe unveiling of the aionuu em markets. lam notdisparaginganybody, place on tne 27th inst.. 'ien neither am I saving that it would not be thrty of the most gifted hpekt r a good thing, in itselfconsidered, if every as the leading officers ot the one, however material or menial his oc- will participate. The Ls&e is r cupation, could reeehe all that the finest in height, upon which stun-school or college training could confer ; representing a private CouiedeMte but that is not practical at present, ami dier with alt his accoutrement- - n . , never will be till people get over think- into active service. This figure ing that there is a disgrace attaching to feet, which, witen moanted on tl e w ill be fifteen feet m height. Tl the doing of ordinary things " ' S. Hawkins, of Clover Bottom, was dose by a Chicago firm an! 1, J. $1,100. Nicbohtnville Journal "WoodfoJil county, has has sold his 211-acFonr lives were loet by a loi. ' farm to County Clerk Wayne, of in Ohio "West Virginia, for $10, tnrn-o- t IH-uk! 1 . niee jljIPjjpMMirSJflM Eslisllfislilfifi" LSl 5n .BLUE LIC .yyr. - ITCfff'A m r IU K ft TEE EI0HM01TD BOTTLING ties, kegs, and Barrooms. CO. I Is agent for the Celebrated Blue Lick Water. and barrels. ajJlMafTLlg At all Drugstores, Restaurants Put up in bot. Ija HpJapJBp BitlplsipJ BjJljpgJljafljyBlBjJljIgg ifirTBipHigiEHraBffa larrasraSllpIfBrfaiar jblTaferaSfBrggrel :-- Con-gies- BMpJmpIEMpSBpMpM.mmlsL ipifr il m ill TTH .flT ?( TT!Tn.TirtilPY 4 1 iii JS& a-- T fl T?f1 Wr"? nrNTTrTTn mBtlWlS liEb isp FOE LESS A1TD AEE SELLING THEM FOIL MUCH LESS. rl 5 250-poun- jig veryllg p alf er ns - Panola ttt hs Mr. Wm P. Simmons 'eft yesterday for Washington, New York and West Poiut,looking after his entering the Mil itary Academy. Col. Dick Clark, with W R. Crawford & Co , Commission Mei chants, Cincinnati, was here couit day, looking more and more like Cle eland. Judge William Walker of Lancaster, one of Joe Blackburn's liosom friends "over the left hand" in the recent Legislature, was here Monday. Mr. W. B. Mason of Lancaster, one of the best' county clerks on earth, was here Monday, looking as prosperous as a partridge in a ripe wheat field. Mr. G. B. Turley, Jr., has leturned from Texas. He couldn't ride the long horned Texas steers to his notion and came back more or less disgusted. Dr Robert Hogg, his sister, Mrs. Dr. Glass, and their aunt, Mrs. H. C. Hogg, of California, are visiting attorney H. C Hogg this place. Dr. Glass is a member of the Legislature. Mr. Joe W. Pigg las gone to Hot Springs ou atiount of chronic stomHe had lost his appetite ach trouble. and was growing worse. Dr. Heath said, after close exemination, th&Uthere was no organic trouble vand he could take the hot baths with benefit, and he writes Dr. Greeuway was of same back opinion. When Is a song of spring the winds are abroad and blowing; Vhc-tho April rain Brings buds again And' the green on tho trees is showing. is not a song Tor tho hothouso throng Who know no deeper fueling Than tho theater stalls And tbu cold stone walls That hasten the heart's congealing. Mil THIS IS NO ARE YOUR FEET RIGHT AND LEFTP LUFF. m It For tho maid whose way Is sunk In the scented valleys Nor ii it a lay S si pj WaidmftLw tatfrt4,BUud8MHialtetlfI1pMollI. (Btjlitwtd Trade Mark.) BUT FACTS, oome anu see, and if you don't think so don't buy. Ue will take pleasure in showing von. w . Why not buy the best goods for l he money that's whs we "tve .'OU. beg(. 0, aJ gradeS) and can sujt aU tagtes an(j p()cke wantj .Mothers don?t f()rget the Of novelr and easo And five o'clock teas. With a truce to sunshino sallies. lap Lesser by- far Her pleasures are And shallower far her feeling Than tho outdoor girl With In r hair awhirl Down country lanes awhoellng. For wondrous rare Is the wino of tbo air From the ripples that purl the river And the tall hedge rows Where the sumac grows And the meadow grasses shiver. Hers aro the cheeks Whose huo besueaks Tho rich bleod's crinibon blessing; Whose eyes are bright With tho radiant light That beckons love's confessing. A pouf for the prnde . And the languid dude Who faint at the sight of a bloomer, For the matinee doll Who lives to loll For her poodle and perfumer. il ill SMI cf the Knit B, vFi WS2Ja3v K i o laElaH KEaB WHIOU MEANS BEST Otf EARTH. There was moref these goods sold here last vear th.ir. any boy's make of clothing ever sold in this market. .Priifes range from $2.00 to $500 Th. 5a five dollar suits are equal to suits you pay from six to se(an dollars of other jtiakes, the cheaper g! -- m BOYS LOTHiim MANOAITAN I 'zt.rn aElH We have added for the spring and summer the CELEBRATED which is mo mosu SHIRl.iJl t?S ''t.a FmuhAM Wo have them in msws . jm A AWEMWAM allof popular prices. sra I torts to the shape foot, thus preventing many ifiscom-and insuring great durability : THE STOCKING. right and left to conform all styles White, full dress, colore!' and neglirree SHOES. rlhe most selectline in town, from 10 to 20 per cent cheaper than other hfuses. We are soV selling agents at this place of the Smith & Stougkon (Incorporated) fen's fine shoes. "" if gS S .r tnt For this song I sing Is a song for spring. For the wheel and Its pretty ridor. For the outdoor girl With her hair awhirl And the lad who leans beside hert Post Wheeler in New York Press. DR. PEPPER'S SMI Hats Iot E verv i ' One. THE MM A lailflrillg Department. PriceS ve?y 1ow' assortment complete, WORKMANSHIP II 1f Out Again. Ben Price, of Caleast, has sufficiently recovered from his long illness to be iu town Monday. W. P. Prewitt, of Kirksrille was in town Monday, for the first time since October. new Feature in our Clothing Department is Bicycle Suits, Golf Hose, Shoes and Sweaters and Caps. .r OYAL-TAM- S NEWBISCOVKRY. NEVnit FAILS. A cefi reliable udgaIorHi Xur&up- pre&.ed, eicesrire, scanty ov painful 3entur&tlon. 21 ow unel by aver SCiCOO Ue ladle. lnTloratea these orpana. iaxn ware of doRjccreas Imitation. paper. 2 per box, enull box It- - Seat sealed la pl&ln vrnpper. Send ic la stamps for particular. Sold hr loeal Jmel.t.orivldrt . I'EFFiatWKlU' CAi. ASSOCIATION, Chlateo. 111. A MICE AND PGive us a gsi Call. COMPLETE-i-LINEto the WiflSC gEM MADE VIGOROUS, (i ten-pou- i V-JiVf- ci l. v iu j s iK ti5. la-- UI. ! iVCfiT. w;Wat It ttn reraerfnllT and culcUr. Cares when n oUscra-falc Yocr inon regain la It nm 3ion recover youthful Tfcior. Absolutely intted ta CnraNervaumeiiLnt VltullW Iranotensy. JN Iplitij- Enluloai. IxJt3n imt ana au kx, Vnlllif Memor , 'VVo'ftliis HIT tjtciroT T aauit or txtwn serffft-tWj3 Jill lli&anltr Rnd rrtriEninTiti.'r"r Oun't l'--t ilrupglf t iiHpo'eavrouhl:z3tut)stiti.t'i c rt-iMtetonfn ne J'I'SSBK'S NtXVIGSK, or inil fui 1 prepaid pttla?M r MS, with .V 1 r. Vi pc t02. or O Uv WsKUmi Oncrftutee to Cure r M nj--. Pamphlet free. Sold by rtruiyHW. ..VSr's EllIOAI.-Ai4?r- .; yEPitat M Ckleueo. I Sold by Btchirioml Druf Ocr ami W . G 3'"BAT. l"0Sf. vfeMiSSsk ztfi .it MOST IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUALtTi We will make it Us All. Ritual interest ForQ fflHJi I PEFFER'S KERlSOi - n-fi- s, - wmmwuQB F03 20 'EVERY WHITE'S CREM! glsi 31 C01T0N & M u TAILORR AND CLOTHIER, 2J8S!l!Bp LLLi -.- iljrgllPTOgf t-- Jrud f YEARS Has led all WORK! Romedlcs. sou BOTTLE t' ah, jmuaaifcTA. UAAMTEE3.j millet HnaiJrMErfHiarsirs THE WEDNESDAY, Colyer. CLIMAX. MAY 6, - - 1896. It. Hurst is the new postmaster at Sweet potato plants. See Hutchinson local. Big sanctification See 4th page. - meeting at Bereft. aeverely Judge'Itobt See 4th page. on Francis street. Kiddell hurt Hemdon& Wells, new butcher shop didn't understand her French, yet Leg9 ILjjfr 9) islator Burnam gave tips enough to real 9 ize what all the fuss was about, the divine Jarah being wonderful in her por9 Cripple Creek, the wonderful mining trayals. She has changed for the better some severe charges of plagiarism and remedy, Syrup of Figs. Manufactured town of Colorado, has had another dis- c thatcannot be cure'd by Hall's Catarrti since we saw her five years ago, being other things made against Mary Ander- by California Syrup Fig Company. tinctive fire, reducing the city to only a Cure. Send for circulars, free. Postponed. more matronlly, and yet fixed up so as son, the actress. One of her sisters went few houses, the second loss being e) a e) Holme3, the multi murderer, must Shelby Masters, administrator of Almost at the hour when Hon. Chas. not to look like a F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. as she over and brought her home, but her erin money and four persons killed. (p dio May 7th, as the Governor has re- SQf Sold by Druggists, 75c. Cieorge Masters, will have public sale J. Bronston, of Lexington, and Miss Wis- is. Mrs Gov. Porter came aboard our ratic ways have ever since given the famGo to D. P. Arraer's to have your fused to interfere. dom, of Paducah, were to be married. she train at Versailles aud added greatly to ily and others much annoyance. Maj 16th. The deatii sentence passed on John school medals made. He will furnish informed him that nervous prostration our trip. Gov Porter and their little A child was cured of croup by a dose Latek. A message from Danville yesThe ladies of the Infirmary will give Hays Hammond, the American inva- - them better and cheaper than yon can had overcome her, and that the wedding graud son received her on return. The terday said that C P. Cecil, a a strawberry supper the latter part ot brother of or two of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. A sionist in the Transuaal, has been com- get them any place else. 46 must be postponed. An indefinite post Governor, although 74, is looking almost the lady, has filed affidavit that she is of A neighbor's child died of the same (9 tins month. muted to a fine and imprisonment. as youthful as when he lived in Bourbou ponement was thereupon adopted. unsound mind and an inquest will b dread disease, while the lather was getRepnblican Congressional District Paris Kentuckian-Citizen- . H n held Saturday, when Hon. R. C. AVarrei. ting ready to call the doctor This shows TTTREASURY DEPARTMEXT, Office, Child r n's Hay. onvention will be held atXicholasville, the necessity of having Ayer's Cherry I Supervising Architect, Washington, Xew.spapers Came High in Those Days. will act as special judge. June 11th. The First Presbyterian Church will D. C. April 29th 1890. Sealed Proposals Pectoral always at hand. While Century Club and Franklin. Mary, daughter of will be received at this jflice until 2 Mrs. Oscar Lyons, of Mayfield, is the observe Children's Day, next Snnday Two white men and an Indian weie o'clock p. ni. on the 21st day of May On Friday night the Century Club held mother of five children of one birth- morning at 11 o'olock. A beautiful pro- Squire John Andrew Tnrpiu, at Brooks-towthis county, was playing in an old its fort nightly meeting with Hon. W. hanged by law at Fort Smith. Ark., Fri 189(5, and opened immediately thereafter, gram of responsive service and meet See 4tli pace. (9 for all the labor and materials required Ss ing has been prepared. Special pews cabin, she picked from a crack in the B. Smith. Those present were President day. lor tiie completion ol the super County Court of Claims in session, will be reserved for the children. The wall a slip of paper, yellow with age. It J. V. Logan, Secretary W. R. ShackelWhen fevers and other epidemics are structure, interior finish, plumbing, &c, (i B. Million presiding and all the magreads : public are cordially invited. AT THE ford, Rev Dr. Blanton, Rev. W. F. Smith. around, safet lies in fortifying the sys- of the U. S. Post Office building at istrates present. RICHMOND, KY., in accordance with "Office of the Louisville Journal, Feb- A. R. Burnam, Senator Bennett, Dr. tem with Ayer's Sursapanlla HENRY-KLElfH-SO- N, A person the drawings and specifications, copies Bible ruary 11th, 1847. Received of T. B. Park, R. R. Burnam, J. A. Sullivan, Dr. having thin aud J. E. Cosby, near Red House, will impure blood, is in the ol which may be had at this office or the May 17th, the 3rd Sunday, the Oldham & H. I). Oldham Five Dollars in Kennedy. Dr. Foster, p)nu up five acres of wheat and sow it French Tipton. most favorable condition to "catch" office of theSuperintendent at Richmond, Richmond Branch of the American Bible full of subscription to the Louisville JourThe subject was Benjamin Franklin. whatever disease may be floating iu the Ky Each oiil must be accompanied by in millet for his cows. 210 MAIN STREET. RICHMOND. KY. a certified check for a sum cot less than Society will hold its annual meeting in nal from 10th Feb'ry 1847, to 10th Feb'ry Park, Blanton and A. R. Burnam were air. Be wise iu time. 2 per cent of the amount of the proposal. Jese Dykes has opened a grocery in the Christian church, in Richmond. All 1848. For the Proprietor. J Anthony." the essayists fur the evening and they II, Sight, The light is reserved to reject any or all the Driggars store on Irvine Street other churches are requested to take up This was for the weekly Journal, then were folloyed by others. Franklin's ser Hamiltc'n Disstou, the noted Philadelbids r to waive anv defect or informalinear Methodist church. their collections before that time and re- edited by George D Prentice. T. B. vices, public and private, proved so di- phia saw manufacturer, is dead. ty in any bill, should it be deemed in Two superb musiciaus Violin and Vio the interest of the Government to do so lincello. Musicians of widely extended Oldham has been a resident of Mt. Ster versified that his personal appearance "Gum Shoe" Parrish has been invit- port on the 3rd Sunday. Word conies from all quarters that the All proposals received after the time fame. Have played to critical audiences ling ever since the late 50s, and H. D. and private life were not so thoroughly GREATrsT ed to deliver a decoration speech at ia &i Discovery DR. Mated for opening will be to the Bled. In Estill-Mrs- . COTTON ROOT AND OF l Oldham removed about the same time to discussed as those features in Washing- neatest and most satisfactory dye for col bidders. Proposals must be enclosed in in all parts of the world. Under the Camp Nelson, May 30tb. WS THE AGEJ "" Melvina Wilton died in Estill Fayette. auspices of Madison Female Institute. IINJEOTION.l Original X' oring the beard a brown or black is envelopes, sealed and marked "PROCares In I to 4 Hays. Ibbo. ton were at the last meeting. Enough Georgie May Wacers delightfully en- county near Irvine last week. She was ILLS and POSAL for the Completion of the Super Buckingham's Dye fur the Whiskeis. dlaie in effect: qnlek ts cure. III! Qennine H how ever was brought out to khow that A. positive preventive, uso Da Col. Ym. Jlunday Dead. tertained a large number ot her little the widow of Louis M- Wilson, deceased, B&festructure, Interior Finish, Plumbing, Tulie&t ni earned vert ' always rfllnblo and hRnlQiy1 alwayiapEiur Or Uastap fottoa Ther never plete In one small package. InMailedpoeket, all eosa-Root and friends yesterday afternoon. Spanish Cubans continue to murder &o , of the U. S. Post Office at Richmond, to a) addrtu and mother of County School SuperinAt 10 o'clock on Sunday night Colonel Fran kliu was not orthodox in religious Puis. female Mailed toanj ad-- on receipt ct $t bj Ky.," ami addressed to WILLIAM MAR-T1fall and nerer Injure. Judge Scott would like to dispose ot tendent John Wilson, who was killed William Munday died at his late resi- belief, that he was not above criticism in peaceful Cubans. circs on receipt of ' vi. uo lT AIKEX, Supervising Architect. Tha Ro iledlclno Co, St. Piul. Mlna. his vacant lot, 120x150 feet, corner Sec- several years ago in the election troubles dence on Third avenue. For some days his morals in early life, and that hised-- J BSyTlCKETS at Miduelton's. Lack of vitali y and iiithe ucational advantages were limited. He iu that county. Colonel Munday had been lingering at ond stieet and Broadway for the year. I She was related to Mrs. "W. "W. Pigg, the point of death from the effects of a was a man of wonderful energy and un- bulbs causes the hair to fa. out and Shall we have free drug stores, free turu gray. We recommend Hall's Hair this place, and was the last of the Wilson 6troke of paralysis which he suffered erring judgment, and intensely practical. turnpikes, free trade and free silver along Renewer to prevent baldness aud s name. several weeks ago. This was the second In youth he made candles aud soap. with our free schools and free speech ? Then became a printer, then an editor, attack- of the dread disease, the first Bishop Burton. Kors. sold goods, became a politician anp Considerable space is given on the stroke having occurred in 18S5. The late Baron Hirsch left the Prince d Rt. Rev. Lewis W. Burton, of the Difirst page of Clixax to the ProHe was born iu Madison county, Ken- statesman. In Philadelphia he of Vales five million dollars. a fire department, an organized hibitionists there it is, read for yourself ocese of Lexington, was entertained t.t the tucky, 71 years ago, and was a son of Be sure to get Simmons Liver Rcgula Judge Jack Tharp, of Greea Broad-dn- s home of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Turner, Capt. James Munday, who served as a police system and founded a circulating tor for your Spring Medicine It's the Post, wants to be Depaitment Com- Monday evening. More than one hun- volunteer in the war of 1812. Colonel library the first on the continent. a stove an open front, man- old reliable that did the old folks so much mander of Kentucky, and we have no dred and fiftv persons called to meet the Munday was a brave soldier and served Bishop, and all were delighted with him. with distinction during ufactured to this day. His researches good. Don't let anyone persuade you objections. the late war. He was to have preached at the EpiscoHe came to Columbus in 1865 and has and inventions in electricity, including to takeanything else instead. You can Docs killed four sheep and hurt pal church last night. While the church since been engaged in the livery and the lightning rod, demonstrating that always tell Simmons Liver Regulator by eight belonging to Arch Doty near regrets the loss of Bishop Dudley, it is 6tock business, having retired from ac- lightning aud electricity were one and the Red Z on the package. Don't forget and the owners of the dogs had to fortunate in securing Bishop Burton. tive business a few years ago on account the sauic, made him famous in Kur.ipe, the word Regulator Simmons Liver pay for the sheep. so that when sent to France by the Regulator better than anything else, of his failing health. Girls vi. G.ns. Samuel was United Staten, he found not only his and sure to do yu good. On Friday afternoon the girls from the On a Serious Charge-Wheseized suddenly yesterday morning with name but hits fume and portrait ah eudy After meals you should have simply a something like paralysis and is in a dan- Hill tackled the girls of Caldwell on the the Sheriff of Madison county there on every hand. His services to In order to give every one an opportunity to secure some of these bargains, we wlil have special hourly latters grounds, in a game'of ball. The was passing through the leeling of comfort and satisfaction. You gerous condition. city Tuesday his country during the Revolution Doise was prodigious and some good play morning on his way to Frankfort with a estimation. He lived for lai should not feel any special indications Monday morning we saw twenty-sisales of the following Goods which will be sold only during the hours named at the prices, and only for CASH. No itig waBdone. Thescore stood, if we ate lot of prisoners, he sent word to Sheriff country more than for himself. He had tiiat digestion is going on. If you do, men looking at a mowing machine, and, correctly informed, 500 to 300 in favor of Hodgkin to arrest Tom Taylor, a negro advantages by which he could haveinadt-millions- , you have indigestion, which means not except three, the entire crowd could not goods named will be charged at these prices, and when the time is up, the regular price will be charged. Don't the Caldwells. Miss Laura Luxon was of this city, and hold him digestion. This may be the beginning but died worth not above have paid for a machine. until that even captaiu of the Hills and Miss Sadie ingwhen he would be of 60 many dangerous diseases, that it is taken to Richask us to vary irom this, as we will be COMPELLED TO SAY NO. BEAR IN MIND THAT ONLY CASH WILL GET William Wells, of Union city, went Baughman of the Caldwells. mond. Sheriff Hodgkin and Calmes It will be seen that there were just be6t to take it in hand at once and treat fishing down to the mouth of Four Mile, For Good Conrt Day. found Taylor at his home in this city thirteen persons present, but fortunate- it with Shaker Digestive Cordial. THESE GOODS A.T THE PRICES NAMED. on the Kentucky River, one night last and lodged him in jail in a short whi!e. ly for those whoare particular about bit- you know that indigestion makes poison, Nearly 200 cattle on the market, but wreek, and caught a ten pound cat. which causes pain and sickness. Aud mostly inferior, an sold readily at 32 to He has recently been discharged from ting down to a table with thirteen, the that Shaker Digestive Cordial does this ISTo. Why do the Register and the Pan- S3.91. the penitentiary to which he was sent larger table seated only eleven, while tograph closely resemble editorially? Many of the merchants report excel- from Madison county to 6erve a term for the other two occupied the smaller table. by providing the digestive materials iu Because the former is edited by C. E. lent business for a May court. One breaking into Jett's distillery at Doyles-vill- Supper was announced by the strikingly which the sick stomach is wanting. It Full standard Indigo blue calicoes, fancy calicoes, light shirting calicoesA real good Ladies' Fast Black Hose, regular price 35c, will be sold from! Woods and the latter by the Sour Woods. large firm did twice as much as last May, He is a brother of Will Taylor, sweet and musical notes of a group of also tones up and strengthens the diwill be sold from 10 to ll a. m. for 4c. 9 to Khun, for 25c. who was hung for the murder of Squire Japanese gongs, sent to Mr. and Mrt. gestive organs and makes them perfectly A retired Broadway merchant "went and that was the best May court they uash. Doty, of that county, and it is for partic- Smith by there daughter, Mrs. John healthy. This is the rationale of itb CASH. out to the lake fishing and fell in end had ever had. Collections were not so method of cure, as the doctors would ipation in tb.at crime that he is now S. Park, whiles a resident of California. over end ker splosh, like a log, or a good as sales. Goad crowd in town. wanted. It is not known exactly what The supper was in courses but besides say. Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to thousau' o' brick, or something of that For Jndge of the Court ot Appeals. is the nature of proof but it is said the the exquisite productions of Mrs. Smith 51 00 per bottle. sort. In today's Climax appears the an- Commonwealth will le able to make out doubtless aided by her daughters, Miv. Sam Moore and Jep Johnson, colorA West Virginia syndicate has bought of the. nouncement of Judge "W. S. Pryor, of a strong case Winchester Democrat. 1 Pepperal bleached sheetinsr, ISc; Lonsdale bleached cotteu, Masonville bleached cotton, Fruit White and Mrs. Burnam, the old m.il , 4 PepperalblechTjd6leti,lie; ed, were pulled by Chief TerrhT Monfifteen thousand. acres ot mineral and Henry county, for to succeed vards lor; who for twenty-fiv- e years has remained i4l Pepperal browu sheeting, ltic. John D 's Log. cotton, will be sold in this way Loom bleached foi breaking into the men; house of himself on the court of Appeals Bench. day, Monifen county. btedfastly in thu family.prepareda epiite limberlauds in Burnam Scrivner, at.the Prat her place, Judge Pryor is a pure man and poor. Occasionally rare evidence of the value Will be sold Irom 12 to 1 p. au $1.00; only 14J yards sold to one person, from 11 to 12 m. butThe man with a weight on his leg Thursday night and stealing four hams. He has not taken advantage of his posi- of Kentucky's great forests comes to consisting of crisp corn cakes and termilk, which was not overshadowed can't hope to win in the race. A man CASH. CASH. Parties wishing to attend .May Festi- tion for mercenary gains. He needs the view, as has in tiie arrival at High Bridge by spriug chickens, bass, salads, ices and with a weight on his health can't expect of a poplar log, the property of the Hon. val, at Cincinnati, which begins May 19, place and has the energy and ability to othei solid delights. to compete in life and business with and closes May 23, can secure choice fill it. Xo doubt he will receive the sup- John D White, of Manchester, says the The next meeting will be with Dr those who are not handicapped. If his Louisville Post. This log was cut in the seats by applying to the agent of L. & port of Madison county Democrats. Kennedy. brain is heavy, and his blood sluggish mountains of Clay count)-- , three years X. R. R. here. Seats $2.50 each. . , . u Another Big Hog Heard because of constipation, he will not sucu pieces jiayrair lawns, our regular price 121c p yard, will a said fee ago, and a little at a time was conveyed LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Five hundred yards all wool Dress Goods, the newest effects iu weaves, Telephone Xo. 78ceed iu doing anything very well. ConG. Martin, of Brasfield, was in by ox teams, derricks and other rustic ,9e, from 2 to 3 p. va. our regular 50o :oodi, will he sold for 35c, from 1 to 2 p. m. stipation can be cured easily and certainpeople should bear town Monday and said that the G. J. modes of travel, a distance of four miles All Corrected Weekly. ly by the use of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant fc Son have a hog that CASH-- . weighed to the dry bottom of Goose creek, where in mind that on next Monday night, White CASH. 10jc lb Pellets. They are not at all violent in May 11th. at the court house, in Rich- 942 pounds, and which we claimed was it lay for several months, awaiting a Butter 7 to 7ic dnz their action, and yet they are more cermond, Paul and Franz Listemann, vio- the largest ever in the county, was not the freshet that would carry it down that Epgs 5 to 5c Ih Chickens (live) tain than many medicines wL ish are so linists, will appear under the auspices of largest by 41 pounds. He says that in stream, thence through the North Fork 10c lb strong Chickens (dressed) that they put the system all out Madison Institute. 1858 his father, David Martin, now de- into Kentucky river proper, aud then to Ducks (live) oc lb of order. The great advantage of the ceased, 6old a hog to Waller Cheuault, a market, where it can he disposed of. Still Another Vicant Socsi. xneuiy-iiv- e Hamburg? will be the bargiin sale from 4 to 5 p. m. 7Jc HatBbmrgs at pieces colored 10c lb Ducks (dressed) India Dimities, our regular price 30c, 'Pleasant Pellet3" is that they cure perthat was driven to Lexington and weigh- The log is perfectly solid, is fifteea feet Cheese A. J. Tracey, proprietor of the Willis 10 to 12Jc lb manently. joe; 10c Hamburgs at 7ic; loc Hamburgs at 12V; 20c Hamburgs at lftje ad will be sold for 20c per yard from 3 to 4 p. m. House, has made an assignment to W. ed 9S3 pundc aiter arrival in that city. long and 90 inches (7 feet 6 inches) across Lard BO on. AU tlamUurgs will besolJatspeci il Birim hours.ite, from 4 to5p.w. SJc lb stamps to cover cost Send 21 It was kept a number of days as an at- its smallest end, and is too large to measCASH. A. Powell. The hotel is closed. CASH. Beeswax 20c lb of mailing only, and get his great book, traction. ure by an ordinary It is now Ginseng $2.25c lb tire People's Common Sense Medical AdIncreased Collections. stranded at High Bridge awaitiug the Wool (Xo 1) Horses Killed. 12 to 13c lb Collectior Rodes's receipts for April "will aclcl viser, abolutely free. Address World's lioxxr A Climax itemizer says: "A few days next Jiiish water, when it will be floated Burry and Cott 7 to Sc lb were $106,000. This islholarge.sttnonth's Dispensary Medical Atjsociation, Xo. into a market, but meantime Mr. John Green hides 3 to 3Jc lb G03, Main Street, Buffalo, X. Y. collections since August 1894, at which ago two horses were killed at Fort Estill by the cars- One was.an old hotse left Garrard, who lives near and is now its Dry hides . . - 5 to 0c lb mcreased-talaw took effect. time the on the road Ap'ril court day. The other custodian, will use it as a kind of sum- Feathers (new) . . . . TT';-- . 32c lb Swvet Potato Vewill alijo add each honr something new and make special hour BARGAIN PRICES just to stimulate this great Reciprocal . belonged to a man near the tollgate. mer resort for visitors to his region durPlants choice. Orders left at Deatherage ing the coming hot months. OF exThe unprecedented sale. These goods will be sold at prices named as long as we have any in the house, but don't IT. Boys went to "Winchester, played Last fall one was kifled near the city &' Ctt.V, promptlv attended to. Four pense on this rare stick of timber up to water tank.' get them at these prices you want to bring the CASH, as we will not charge them at THESE PRICES. the "Wesleyans and got beat. The kiude- - 15 cents per Kuirdied, delivered. Abraham, Geo Bangh, Sallie About two weeks ago a 300 horse be- this time has been SS5.75. came to Richmond, Friday, W. C. Hutchinson, on Campus- Bary, H C Bates. Jane " longing to IL C Trainor was killed near played C. U. and got beat Mora! Piscatorial Expedition. . Baker, She! ton Kiggerstaff, R EP D. P. Anner U receiving his spring his stable at the Fair Grounds. fight on your own grounds. On Saturday a fishing party returned Browne. A M stock of Jewelry and Xovelties. somePeople should bear in mind-ththe from Goose creek and Red Bird junction Campbell, E W Chenault, Callie Handsome Directory. Cheuault Jane thing entirely new. The latest fads in Chenault,, Harriett cars are liable to hurt their stock if al- in Clay county, where for eleven days Collins, Dan Cobb, Mrs. Mary The Climax has turned out for the lowed to run at large. bells, ladies watch guards, silver novelthey caught fish to their gizzards' con- Deering. Chas Dunum, Manervia ties and In fact anything you may Richmond Telephone Co., the bondsom-es- t want tent. The route was over the L. N. to Embry, Mrs. Mary In Connty Court. telephone directory in the State. It in his line atbottoui prices, Don't fail Fields, Nora Fowler, Sallie Wills of Sirs- - Ida May Cheuault, Mary London and thence by private conveyis printed on bankers bond linen and to see them. Grinstead, Matt 18- Two thousand persons attended the bound in white wavy leatherette. There Burnam and Robert Cornelison, the last ance forty miles to the locality above Headly, Mad Harris, Vva Your Life Insuretl Ic. A Day. mentioned. G. W. Pickels rode fourteen Hood, Xathamiel Howard, Johaina reception following the roarriage of Miss two colored, probated. are 113 names of patrons. Hugely, Sallie Our insuramels protected by bankable Pullman, daughterotthe palace car man J. W. Baxter grnated merchants li- miles of the way horseback, the second Jones, Andy New Barber Shop. Jones, Mrs. C II time in twenty-fiv- e years he had been on King, T J paper on the Capital City Bank of Col- at Chicago, aud Mr. Lowden, a Chicago cense to sell liquor at Clays Ferry. King, W. S: M. M. Diskerson. heretofore with the umbus, .0. There cau be no stronger attornev. Mrs. Xauy Mullins qualified as ad- a horse. A year ago he rode a mule King, F M Tevisshop, has opened a shop of his ministrator of her husband, Ballard Mul- twenty miles, making the trip in five Lerrill.J H guarantee given you. We dare not use Cowan, the Pittsburg embezzler, has Maupin, Matlock, Henry own at 203 "West Main, next to Hagan's. lins. a bank's name without authority, if you Joe Perkins as administrator of hours over this same road. D. B.Shack- Mackey, Mrs V Mennier, Prutus been caught in Guatema a. A J He has elegant new oak chairs and other Elizabeth Perkins elford is an experienced Meader, Ogdon Million, Mrs. Marv doubt it, write tliem. Good health is furniture, making up, perhaps, the handthe best life insurance. Wright's Celery t Proposed dirt road from Hairis's to rider, aud often makes the entire trip Miller, Mi Pattie Moore, Matttie Wbo can think somest outfit ever in town. from Richmond to Manchester horse- McCoy, M iss I). ey Capsuelsgive you good health, tbey cure cMltSC) slmpla Afi ICl&cl o( some intent? Duncan lane, commissioner's report. tbinz to back. J. E. Greenleaf isa frequent rider, Reid, Xannie Mrs j.iver, .rkiuney auu oioinacn troume Tm.M.t vnni Mm; thftv TnAv hrlnsr vou wealth. Land owners accepted terms of report, Excursion. Stuart, Lon (col) - Patent AttorWrite JOHN WKDnKKBUnN It CO-81.8C0 prize following his hounds every few nights. Stern & Co. Washington. D. Cfor tlerr Smith,, Lee Mr. Lyon, of Nicholasviile, was bere but county attorney filed exceptions to Smith, John (col) 100 days treatment costs lea day. A sight neys,list of two hundred tnTen'Joss wanted. offer and But the two Turleya and Schlegel stick Turlev, RHchel draft on above bank, $1 box, Monday and said he had arranged for an report and May 15th fixed for trial. to the wagon. The senior Turley made Young, Dardle which brings your money back if we fail excursion from Xicholasville to Irvine Work and Refreshments. J. B. Willis, the round trip of SO miles in the wagon to cure you. Sold by T. S. Hagan, drugon Saturday, May 30th, for the ladies of p: M, Kingston, Thursday night, the Mas- just like any other boy. Fishing was At gist. the Baptist church. Refreshment! ters degree was conferred on Thomas fine. Mr. D. P. Davis, a prominent liveryserved on the train. Leave Richmond McKeehan and R. L. Potts, ROUTE by Kingston Alexander Campbell shot himself The funeral took place yesterday af- man and merchant of Goshen Va., has 8:55 a. m. Lodge, No. 315, Ancient York Free and ternoon from the house at 5 o'clock, Rev. this to say on the subject of rheumatism, through the foot at Hopkiusville with a -- BEST LIKE TO (INB FBQ- MAccepted Masons. Past Master C. E. W. H. Smith, officiating. polumbus, "I lake pleasure in recommending Cham- target gun. Another Varant House. berlain's Pain Balmfor rheumatism, as I Apr. 21st. Gott A Brooks have discontinued their Mitchell, of Richmond Lodge No. 25 Georgia, Inquirer-SuTrains, with Buffet Parlor Solid "The Common Paoplf," rars. E'enHiit Coacliex, Dining Car. WHgnei Deceased was a brother of D. C. Mun- know from personal experience that it saloon at the corner of Main St. and Es- was present, and says the melnbers of Sleeping Cars, and Idlest improved Private till Avenue, and transferred their license Kingston Lodge are fine workenu After day, tbi&county. He was a Fxldier in will do all that is claimed for it A year As Abiitham Lincolu called them, do not Department Kuflet Sleep: iik Cars, magnifwllh tfllet aeceMrles In was laid up care to argue about their ailmenis. What icently furnWied to "Williams & Brooks at the Richmond the work was done the Lodge spread the Confederate Army, and had been ago this spring tucli compartment. Beslleimlnal station. repast, embracing cukes and gone from Madison for many years. in bed with inflammatory rheumatism they want is a medicine that will cure House License of th latter had ex- a delightful and suffered intensely. The first appli- them. The simple, honest statement ST- pired. So there are two saloons less ices. W. E Harris is Master of the Miss Ssdie Cecil Sent To Jail. Lodge; R. W. Boulware, Senior Warden; cation of Chamberlain's Pain Balm "I know that Hood's Sarsaparilla cured this month than last, Hackett's having Bolhl Vestlbulctl Trains with Uuflel Parlor This from the Stanford Journal will be eased the pain and the use of J. C. Armstrong, Junior Warden; T. G. also closed. one bottle me," is the best argument in favor of this Cars, Coaches and Dlnlnc Cars, nu" Warier HuiTt SleeplngCnr. KntjriiigSt Louis Witt, Secretary; William Boulware, of interest here, where the unfortunate completely cured him. For sale by medicine, and this is what many thou- the NtwMjrcliants' .Bridge, avolUlug the over disSettled. young lady is known by many, and Hagans Pharmacy. agreeable tunuel. Treasurer; A. E. Todd, Steward and Tysands voluntarily Bay. where her sister, now Mrs. Cantrill, is Trustee T. J. Smith has made a final ler. Hood's Pills are the' best How to Treat a Wife. bo well known, The Journal says : settlement with the general creditors of pills, assist digestion, cures headache Madison's Three Per Cent Kaise tiikea Off. T'Judge Sauflsy applied an heroic rem(From Pacific Health Journal.) Dr. Giles Harris by paying them 32J 25. T?he onlv Through Slefplng Canine from Acting County Judge Armer appoint- edy to a womanat Danville, Wednesday, PQ---"'1()cents on the dollar. Preferred debts First, gel a wife; second, be patient Cincinnati. Elegaut Wajjier Bleeping Car. 0,, ""' that is to say he had Miss Sadie Cecil You may have creat trials and uernlexi- amounted to $9,000 or 510,000. Dr. Har- ed Deputy Assessor: T. J. Berry and Don't miss seeing those fine silver N. B. Deatherage a committee to put in jail eix hours for contempt of ties in your business, but do ris hopes to pay off his indebtedness not there- - lnlnifl RIWlTlfint D P wnrrantnl i ,.i i when times get good. He is practicing go to Frankfort, before the State Board of cuu: i, which consisted iu a inosi aousive, fm n i tn a,. i,m J. o yeaiaanu. . i.. J . The "Southwestern Llialted" Solid Vestl lor 40 ctiaip. .., Equalization; and show cause why the insulting and libelous letter that oi.., ,,i 1.v t. medicine in Missouri. CuUM Trains, with Canbiiiailon library, uruw. xour wne may Dave iructeu countys assessment should not be raised sent him and. which he read in open trials, which, thonglr of les3 .Buffet aud SmoKing uurs, wanner aieepiui; magnitude, For every quarter Jn, a man's pocket b ir, Elegant Couches ami Dlnlpg Cars. s rent Improved. 3 per cent, as proposed by aid Stale court. The cause of the letter seems to may be hard for YrkCltat4sd her to bear. A kind there are. itdozeuuses; and to use eacli Dtpot. PostilyelySlewKeify Tial,,irer- -110 Tom Harris, the aged bass drummer, Board. The committee went down, have been on account of a refusal of the word, a tender look, will do wonders in one in such a Avav.asto derive tlm vrpnt. rea-jvia -- iis ruun Besiueyour iickcl who was a prominent musician at the Thursday, and showed that about $130,-00-0 judge to order her brother, Granville chasing from her brow alj clouds of est benefit is a'qdwrtieu pvery one tuust t Jj, Q H'C&H&ICX I 3 B- MAETIN famous Boonesborougli celebration and worth of certainpersoual property Cecil, who was male trustee for her un- uloom. To this we would add" .always solve fur himself. 4Wc believe Jiow ever, raiscnfierTrnffi.; MgrJ Gen. Pav..lkt. A gl iR at the laying of thu corner stone of the had been sold off out of the county. der the will .of their father, to turn tho keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough that no beiter-u- e could be made "Of one ClKCINNJl great oiay monument in Lexington, is This, with some other transactions, con estate over to, her. Though he ivas di- Remedy in the house. It is the best and of Ihe&e than to exchange it forj ont, walking about town, as if he bad vinced the Board that the contemplated rected to use hia own judgment as to the is sure o oe neeUeil sooiior or ater.- aliotllo of Chamberlain'' Oo?h Ptinlrra III I Jl Who can think not recently received a serere stroke of i raise would be unjust, and ordered that amounts paid her, Mr. Cecil declined slrapto lIOniBu-- All tdJYou will then know that Vou reallv nd DiarrheaeUemedv. amedit-iUlcd ot: come catent7 that. tMK to paralysis. His hearing k impaired, but j the Assessor's report be. receijjd as cor- - fake the rtpbnsibUity and asked Judge on vreaitfi care for'I.er and wish , to .protect her every family should be provided with. f oBn Ml Otherwise hetLffit) prfctt effer .Bf.ffik rech :$l K'fc- " WW?t a check as glibly, without glasses, as what most fanners Bay about the pros- most men of 45. The latter is 57, but pect says he can stand on the hard Interesting items from. Valley View, ground and turn hand springs as fast as including two runaways people, not you can snap your fingers. flat-foot- 'Waeit never looked so bad," is Active in the 8()'k. Tevis. son of Hon. W. T. Tevis, was marMrs. Kitty Hisle. of Waco, is 87 years ried n year ago in Nashville where he old. The past winter she cut the rags lived, to a daughter of an English clurgy-ma- n. and wove thirty yards of carpet. Her sister, seven years older, residing near Viena, Clark county, carries on herfarm Hey? Mrs. Hlsle is the mother of those n "What is a free drugstore? It isa drugfarmers, Algen, Willis and Walkstore in a loial option town where a fel- er, of this county, and Le Roy, of Jessalow can get a little "red lick'er." (Shall mine. we have 'em? Tntt, Craddock and the Divine Sarah. Good tines. Louisville society is 60 attractive .we Jack Eads, of Jacksons Ferry, and Bam readily promised when at Convention Shearer, of Shearers Station, were in the Thursday to return Satuiday for the Climax office on Monday. The former Bernhardt theatricals. Although we is G2 years old, took up a pen and signed well-know- It has just been learned that Harry . -- i to fir the Bum he should pay her - j ; ., annu- He set it at $4,000 to be paid in quarterly installments of Sl.OOO. Ah there is probaoly 100,000 coming to her, she didn't like the arrangement. and has tried ever since to have the entire amount placed in her hands. In ordering her to jail, Judge Saufley remindeu the jailer that when he said jail he did not mean the jail residence or office, but the jail itself. Miss Cecil is given to writing lettera of an insulting nature and a number of lawyers have heard from her in terms more scathing than polite. The charitable construction of her acts is that her miud is wrong. She is a' sister of Mrs. Judge Can trill and perhaps 45 years of age. The jail experience is not her first as it will be remembered that she was incarcerated in England for ally- New Barter Shop! 3 ncafaess Cannot fee Sure! by local application?, as jh'ey cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cjire deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by au inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eus tachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Capt. Porter BarbJe, of Danville, died imperfect hearing, and when it is entireat Denver Monday. ly closed Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out The 31 oder n Way and this tube restored to its normal conCommends itsell to the well informed, hearing will be destroyed forto dc pleasantly and effecluall what was dition, ever; nine cases out of ten are caused lormeny uoue in tiie crudest manner inand disagreeably as well To cleanse the by catarrh which is nothing but an flamed condition of the mucuous sursystem aud break up colds headaches, and fevers without unpleasant after ef- faces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for fects, use the delightful liquid laxative anv case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) M. M. Dickerson'at-20West Main, next to Hagan's. fNw furniture, sharp razors, clean towels, first-clas- s barbers, newly papered room, new linoleum. Prices same as before, 'Call and see 1 Mrs. Margaret Totten, aunt of Uov. Bradle, died at Lancaster Monday. 48-5- Spring Time Is when nearly every one feels the need of some blood purifying, strength invigorating and health producing medicine. The real merit of Hood's Sarsapa-rill- a is the reason of its widespread popularity. Its unequalled success is its best recommendation. The whole sys tem is susceptible to the most good from a medicine like Hood's fcarsaparilla taken at this time, and he would lay special stress upon tho time and remedy, for history has it recorded that delays are dangerous. The remarkable success achieved by Hood's Sarsaparilla and the many words of praise it has received, make it worthy of your confidence. We ask you to give this medicine a fair trial. 5vivv'5g -y iv9sNSSvSvSv'ivSvSvSvS (o) . - Bsar vmt - -- , -- r 9 ) Kh r Rt r Ktl ) OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, Shoes and Eurnishing Goods must be closed out at hor-ses- . grand-mothe- . q p V c r Come and get bargains. is now going on. Our sale ld - n, hi hm Listen, Miilioei'i! at Great Bargains. Meeting-Sunda- y kiiudioliii Mvj It M, Jb&&$&&$9&&$A$$A&&&9& I! j - Admission, to RUST'S ;! the - if as " X 48-4- color-matt- 9 er a gray-ncs- s. a - 's estrtb-lishe- J i d KT14 Cal-eas- t, Ex-Sher- Bigger-staf- f n wen-beyon- x $150-00- 0. Bargain I. Bargain !To. 2. . e. - 1 ..-- . Bargain No. 3. Bargain No. 4. 9-- fv 10-- 10-- 4 t; n Bargain No. 5. From-Davi- d ,, Bargain No. 6. - music-lovin- g Bargain No. 7, Bargain No. 8. '. one-ce- nt log-rul- !..... Xxi'ing' each sales we special bargain prices in x - '..t. CLOTHING FOR MEN, BOYS & CHILDREN. for-,qettha- ed-C- LIST LETTERS tto Wes-leva- YOURS FOR BARGAINS, at N.J.STREN6. -- long-distan- BUNCOE STRKRE RQ GET YOUR BOM MDERYABIOU& PRETESSES.J ' n, CHICAGO. SORTS OF FALSE YOU i my-broth- LOUIS. Will Probably Escape the GOLD BEIGE MA2T, But YOU may T3TP W?j iL. be Taken in by the People Who Have after-dinn- er BOSTQH. Inferior Grades of " Ex-Sher- iff j - .; -- NEWY0RK. most any45'rice. oneshich they offer you at . i- s BU" GOOD "TIECISIEn & - J - n - jsHot-jUnjag- xJ 3t$WMKl&1 - 'U GREAT J TIRE. i Elffi FOR KICK . MI. W , ' , 1 it Jifl ai "; l 5? M ... U Z - ! , --- " j , - . I ss il -, III,, r - Mil " HflHHRflHMfltlHflSKfettflBAttlttttttMtfH MsJssWAjMsssi sil r - . -- .. - i j j -- If Vfrf ft. S j ljml-KENTUCKY " '7prr'rf''T:m''r'l' . "" '1fa1s' 5P Move- i - - HEWS. of R Itert Xnri Trom All PurU Commonwealth. tb admitted her guilt in a letter to Gov. Bradley, after denying it at the time of the triaL The petition for Judge Pulliam's pardon was signed by over eight thousand people. He was released Monday afternoon, and left for claim to 680 barrels of whisky. his home. The St Louis corporation claims to The governor refused to grant a re- hold the first and original warehouse prieve to Smith, who is receipts for the whisky, and alleges to be hung at Lexington Wednesday, that the other receipts are fraudu- for rape. He also refused to grant 143 lent. Receipts covering the kamo pardons that petitions were on file ask- whisky are Iteld by a number of Lou- ing to be granted. isville banks, by the Southern national MORE VICTIMS. l, "bank, of New York," Mrs. Mary of Vincennes, Ind.; Calumet State Robert Lacclilln Confenses to Committing bank, Blue Island, I1L; C. J. Daugher-ty- , Fit e Murders In All. Louisville; nibernian Banking asLouisville, Ky., April 2S. A special sociation, of Chicago; C. Bierhaus, Vin- from Brooksvilie, Ky., says it was recennes, Ind.; C C. Menzies, Cincinniti; ported here Monday that Robert National Bank of Cynthiana, Ky. Laughlin, who is in the Maysville jail The Louisville bonks holding re- for the murder of his wife, her unceipts to the same whisky are the Third born child and niece, the latter of national, German Security, First na- whom he assaulted and then set on tional, Louisville City national, tire, has made another confession that national, Louisville Bunking makes him the champion fiend of the Co.. Citizens' national, German naage. tional and the Western. It is said that he has confessed that the idiot child which was found in a BIGGEST FIELD spring near the house was one of his In Many Tears Will htxrt In tbe Derby at victims, and that he confessed to the Churchill Downs. Benjamurder of his brother-in-laLouisvuxx, Ky., May 4. The big- min McCrackeu, thus making five vicgest field in 15 years will start in tho tims sacrificed to his murderous lust Derby at Churchill Downs Wednesday. for blood. Secretary Price of the jockey club SatHold Work of Flrcbujjs. urday morning received final payments Hopkksville, Ky., April 23. A bold Dragon, attempt was made Monday morning to from Ben Brush, The The Winner, Parson, First Mate, burn the police headquarters and other Ulysses, Sir Vassar, Loki, Rook, city buildings filling the square north wood, Zufallig, Ben Eder and of the courthouse. Lighted matches Ego. Payment on one or two were found in a Semper lot of inflammable others was expected by mail Saturday, stuff near the buildings, which were among tbem Yorktown. Ramiro is of- damaged only a few hundred dollars ficially declared out. Laudeman sent before tbe fire was discovered and exa note to Secretary Price Saturday, tinguished. It was undoubtedly the stating that on account of the wrench- work of firebugs. ing, at Lexington, Ramiro would not enter. This is a disappointment to the Xew Kentucky P. M's. Washington, April 2s. The follow- many admirers of the handsome colt. ing postmasters were appointed in DECOYED INTO JAIL. Kentucky Monday: Stark, Elliott coun- James Kvan, of Vnnrcbnrc, Ky., Captured ty, John C. B. Flannery; Yelvington, Daviess county, John M. Thomas; by &tratagein. Vaxcebukg, Ky., May 4. Sunday Reno, McCracken county, B. S. Prior; James Evans, a prominent farmer, Crayneville, Crittenden county, Joel P. who went insane Saturday and at- Deboe; Blackwater, Laurel county, tempted to kill his wife, was decoyed Thomas Taylor. into jail by Councilman Dave Smith Shot His and locked up. Butler, Ky., April 2a B. F. Finnell. A desperate effort was being made to capture the insane man. He had a deputy sheriff of Kenton county, quar Austin Stevrevolver and knew how to use it. He reled with his was hunting for three of his most inti- ens, Monday morning at Morning place, mate friends, James Cooper, John Lam- View, eight miles north of this revolvand John McLease, vowing he and shot him in the hip with a bert would kill them on sight. Smith got er. There ias been bad feeling exist- him into jail by making him believe it ing between them for some time. was a saloon. He tried to kill his fam- Stevens is in a critical condition. ily Saturday night. Pardoned by the Governor. forLonjjley. A Walk-OrFrankfort, Ky., April 28. The govPaixtsvillk. Ky., May 4. Hon. H. ernor has granted pardons to the folB. Rice, of this city, w ho recently an- lowing inmates of the local penitennounced his candidacy for the republi- tiary: Fred Burgress, Ohio county, can nomination for congress in this serving a sentence; Caleb Brock, sen(the Tenth) congressional district, Bell county, serving a withdrew from the contest Sunday. tence, and Elliott Montgomery, of MaWith Mr. Rice out of the race the goffin county, in for two years. friends of Hon. John W. Longley claim Shattered His KIght Foot. r for the favorite. a norKixsviLLE, Ky., April 23. W. A. Mis Sarah Crril's Lunacy Trial. a yousg farmer Daxville. Ky., May 4. The inter- McKenzie, chasing a hawk thatnear this was aflunacy trial, in which the city, was esting ter his chickens Monday moruing, wealthy Miss Sarah Cecil will be the accidentthe gun he central figure, was continued from when discharged, carried was the entire load Saturday until Tuesday, the Hammond ally in his right foot, which taking was so slander suit being in the way. Judge effect George Denny, of Lexington, was pres- terribly shattered that amputation wiU be necessary to save his life. ent to represent the defendant. cross-petitio"Mud-Dauber- BOGUS RECEIPTS TbOBght to Be Out t or Consignment ot Kelson DUtlUlnc Co. IVhUky. Louisville, Ky., May 4. The Nelson Distilling Co., of St. Louis, filed as n answer and in the case of the Columbia Finance and Trust Co., assignee, against the Belle of Nelson Distillery Co. in which it seta up a ' PULLIAM FREE. JOHN COFFEE, Pardoned by Gov. Itradlej After ITavlng ' Who Shoi: Detective Frank Key, Goes to Served Seven of Jlt Seventeen Tears. the Penitentiary. FbaNkfokt, Ky.. April 2S. Gov.j MuNDFonDsviLi.K, Ky., May lo John Pul-liaBradley Monday pardoned Judge Coffee, Mho sbot and wounded Detecof Breckinridge county, who was tive Frank Key near Horace Cave some sent up for 17 years for killing the time ngo when tho latter was attemptof his home, one Miller. He bad ing to nrrest him, entered a plea of served seven years of his time. His wife guilty Thursday morning for shooting ment In Kentucky. Louisville, Ky., April 30. A meeting of about fifty leading gold standard democrats of the state was held at the Gait house Wednesday. The plant of Bland, of Missouri, and Matthews GOLDMEN Decide to Fight the Great Stiver AN HEIRESS Given Six Hours In Jail for Writing Offfti5"j slvu Letters to the Judge. Danvujj:, Ky., May 2. Miss Sarah Cecil, one of the wealthiest and most highly connected women Jn this county, will be the subject of an inves- - - u ' "' ' Sim-bel- und wounding with intent to kill and the jury returned a verdict fixing his punishment by confinement in the penitentiary for two and a half years. Coffee was sent to the penitentiary from Russell county for manslaughter, and had irved a number of years. He was parcloned last fall on condition that he would leave the state; he failed to do this, and a warrant was issued for his arrest and return to the penitentiary. The warrant was placed in Key's hands to execute, and in attempting to do so Coffee shot and dangerously woundijd Key. SHEARED HER SHEEP And Did the Work Neatly, Though She Is 77 Year of Age. Kiciimosd, Ky., May 1. In this section the field of woman's usefulness is Mer-cliant- i , j ' . ' son-in-la- , i er ar ten-ye- ar walk-ove- widening, and the old notion that her place is in the kitchen is being dispelled. This county has a colored woman who is a brick and stonemason by trade and is an expert in that line. The county comes to the front again with another new woman. She is Mrs. Rhoda Co:c, of the Pcnola section. A few days since she wanted her sheep MUD DAUBER SMITH. sheared, and, finding no man who Gov. Bradley Grants a Stay of Kxecution would do the work, wont to the sheep In His Case Until Juno 2. sheds and performed the work herself. Frankfort, Ky., April SO. Mud The job was neatly done and the 15 sheep wens soon separated from their Dauber Smith, who was to have been fleece. Mrs. Cox is 7T years old and hanged at noon Wednesday for assaulting Mrs'Mary Hudson, has received a active, hale and hearty. stay of execution from Gov. Bradley until June 2. QUINTET OF BABIES. Important affidavits were filed by A Kentucky Woman Give lllrtli to Five Attorney Chiles and Assistant SecreHos. Mayfieijj, Ky., May L The wife of tary Guffey was sent to Lexington as a Oscar Lyons, a farmer living one mile special messenger to deliver the paill west of here, gave birth Wednesday pers. Gov. Bradley says ha whe in the thinks five children, all boys. The meantime take such action as night to proper in the case. children ure all well developed and Father Barry, Smith's confessor, healthy. Four of them weigh four and says that speaking, not as a priest, but pounds each and "the fifth is 21 pounds as a citizen and humanitarian, Smith five pounds, making a total of innocent, for the five children. lllcw Into a Gun. Hundreds of people visited the L3ons Wiiitesburg, Ky., April SO. Wedfarm Thursday to see the children. The parents se:m well pleased. This is tho nesday .morning Alvin Niece, the son of Blessing Niece, a prommost extraordinary case of the kind has ever occurred in this part of inent citizen of Rock House, went into that the woods with his father's rifle to the country shoot squirrels. He nad not gone very Campaign Opened. Prohibition concluded that the gun Middlesborouou, Ky., May 1. The far when he not loaded, and, after was, perhaps, prohibition campaign is on in earnest-Mr- seflTng the gun down on the ground, L. A. Nield, of Louisville, is holdplaced his and ating nightlj meetings. Ou Sunday night tempted to foot on the hammer but his blow in the muzzle, more than 700 greeted her at the slipped and the gun fired, the ball Wednesday night and Monday foot and coming out night she spoke to from four to five entering his mouth head, killing him near the top of his hundred at the Southern Methodist almost instantly. Another boy was church. Rev. Geo; W. Young, of Rich- near and witnessed the accident mond, will enter the campaign later on Horsemen Meet at Lexington. and possibly Sam Jones the last two Lexington, Ky., April 30. The Nadays preceding the election. tional Breeders', Owners' and Trainers' A Carlisle Doom. mornLouisville, Ky., May 1. The sound association met here Wednesday officers: following money democrats, representing every ing andP.elected the president; Maj. B. Johnson, district of the state, Thursday issued Maj. P. an address, which urges the indorse- G. Thomas, vice president; T. II. TalParis, ment of Carlisle by the delegates. A bot, Bruce, ofsecretary and treasurer. New York, made a speech to indorse Carlisle merely as a Col. plea not scoring the New York Jockey club. A personal compliment, but as a man towas appointed 'who stancs for sound money, national committeepurchase of a stud looking book. ward the integrity and renewed prosperity." rd one-quart- of Indiana, to secure the instruction o Kentucky delegates were thoroughly discussed. It was decided to organize every ward, county, legislative anc congressional district for sound money and thereby secure sound money dele gates to the state and national con ventions. Tho mectiug was enthusi and the attendance was represen tative. A meeting of the democratic stat central ;ommittee was alsq called fo at thb Gait house Wednesday by Ure; Woodson, the leading free silver mem ber. It was thought this would resul in an open rupture between tht party. The sound money members or some of them, also attendee tho meeting. They exercised ever possible influence to prevent any pro ceedings that might cause discord; anc before tho committee assembled strong and reliable assurance given the members that Chairman Lonf would adjust all complaints in ever locality without further trouble. Th result was that all seemed satisfied, am there is now every reason to believe that haimony wiU result to the partj organization. ther-wer- tigation as to her mental condition in the circuit court here Saturday. Miss Cecil is worth about 90,000, and her brother, Granville Cecil, is her trustee. She has filed a number of suits against him, and, in connection therewith, is said to have sent to the judge and officers of the court, as well as to different members of the bar, vile ind offensive papers and documents, in .pirn oi every anempt. on tne part oi herfamily to quiet her. Wednesday she sent to Judge Saufley a paper which caused him to send her to jail for six hours for contempt of court and this gave her kinsmen the ground for asking for the lunacy investigation, which will take place Saturday. Miss Cecil, however, is preparing to combat her family, and to that end has em- j I J 'F3m PLUG 1 1 -- DottloAx nn &i & ! J H.NEFF&C0. FOR RE Mairt Sold. (Opposite Glyudon.) n Stit, IIIl :E THE 8T0RE-H0U- fcdirT Country Produce Bought and Highest Cash ilarKet Price Paid. Now occupied b door to D. P. Arrr i8q6. Possession once. the"Cvclooe," .r r mis mil BeVZetta 4 YfiAits 2:06 AT - j. e G1; . . . O.vttse 4 2:04 At 'As goo3 as can be made Old Years OLt). ECONOMIST RANGE, SF.&THEM! EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE TIIFM regardless of price ployed Hon, George Denny, of Lexington, to represent her at the trial. She has summoned a large number of witnesses. PRESBYTERY ADJOURNS. The Meeting One of tho. Most Satisfactory Kver Held by That Hody. Princeton, Ky., May 2. Tho Louisville presbytery in the convened chapel of Princeton CoUegiate institu-t- i jn. 'j. he first business attended to was reports on sessional records. The following subjects were then ably discussed: "Church Erection," Rev. W. E. Bryce; Ran"Ministerial Relief," Rev. J. dolph. The remainder of the morning service was given up to devotional service. In the afternoon the following subjects were discussed: "Systematic Beneficence," Rev. C P. Luce; "Education," Rev. J. M. Richmond; "Foreign Missions," Rev. S. M. Hamilton; "Homo Missions," Rev. E. L. Warren; "Narrative," Rev. Donald McDonald. Ounces 5Sfor IO cents other Brands Onlu J " l3KfV' tf radii TiiDe Oi)Waird 71 Full brother to "Shadeland Onward" 2:18, (sire or Online 2:04,) by Onward, (sire of Beuzetta, 2:06Ji and one 2:25 hundred and eiijhteen others in the 2:30 list, fourteen of which are betlei than 2:15. P a 1 tr e At the evening service addresses were delivered on "Ministerial Education," by Rev. S. L. Hamilton; "Princeton Collegiate Institute." Rev. J. M. Richmond; "Sabbath Schools," Rev. W. B. Jennings. Tho Presbytery then adjourned. It was one of the most satisfactory meetings ever held. Pretty Serious Charges. fifteen-minut- a s. e. opera-hous- at Mlddlesborough. MiiuiLESiioitouoii, Ky., May 1. Par Ind., will be here ties from in a few daj's with a view to starting a furniture factory. The plant will be removed from Edinburg, the object of the removal being to get near the raw material. The plant already has a large trade established. New Factory John Penick, a farm laborer, was driven to the house by the rain. Just as he rode into the barn, on the mule he had been driving, a bolt of lightning struck tho building, passing through the roof and killing both Penick and the mule he m as bitting ou. 4. Mole and Man Killed. IlARnoDsnuKO, Ky., May street, shot and fatally wounded his half sister, Iva Clark, aged 15, at ten o'clock Monday morning because he was jealous of favoritism shown her. lie then shot himself in the head but only inflicted a scalp wound. Lemuel Vincent, an old farmer near Iron Hill, in Crittenden county, is dead from the effects of laudaumn and morphine Family taken with suicidal intent. trouble is given as the cause. He leaves a wife and several grown children. Badly Injured by Lightning. EwiNO, Ky., Shot His Half Sister. April 23. Sam Brumley, aged 19, of 2811 Montgomery Lodisytlle, Ky., Downey Held Without Hull. Ky., May 1. The preliminary trial of James Downey for the murder of John Russell on the 25th inst., vas held before County Judge Roach. Alter the evidence for the II.UiiionsHURG, Drake, white, a horse trainer for Hankins & Johnson, engaged in a quarrel with Alfred Neil, a colored jockey, of the Baldwin stable, at the race course. It ended in Drake shooting Neil through the heart. Drake was arrested. Judce Kiddell Hurt by an Unruly Horse. Irvine Depot, Ky., May 4 An unruly horse came near killing Judge Robert Riddell. He was driving to this place from Clay City, when the horse began kicking, one blow striking the judge in the breast, knocking him from the buggy. The wound is not fataL Securing Converts. Bekea, Ky., May 4. The Sanctiflca-tlonists Jockey Murdered. Louisville, Ky., May 4. A Louis Suicide of a Farmer. Providence, Ky., April 2S. cominonv.e:.lthhad been heard Downe3r was remanded to jail without bail to await indict meat by the grand jury. Hon. Salaclal Hurrls Dead. Vaxcebuiio, Ky. May L Thursday a telegram was sent from Lexington to Dr. V. Connor stating that Hon. Sala-cial Burris had died there Thursday morning. Deceased was a bachelor and a man of large wealth. His remains will be brought here Friday for interment. Hoard of Church Extension. fll have been holding a great revival here. It was presided over by bilities will amount to. about 50,000; Rev. Ben Helm, a noted Kentucky assets estimated at $40,000. have professed evangelist. Twenty-fiv- e Stabbed to Death. conversion and 75 have professed sancChVENSBORO, Kyw- April 2S. In the tiflca t ion. western part of this county, while goDr. Klnnalrd Honored. ing to a quilting, Harrison Green and Lancaster. Ky., Mav 4. Dr. James his wife quarreled. Wes Montgomery B. Kinnaird, a young physician of this interfered and was stabbed to death place, has been appointed a member of by Green. Green is at large. AU are the state board of health by Gov. Brad- colored. ley. He has held for several years tho Attempted Suicide. office of treasurer of the state medical Catlettpburo, Ky., April 28. Pressociety. ton Garrett, aged 70, attempted to comBoy's Horrible Death. mit suicide by cutting his throat with Paducah, Ky., May 4. Herbert a razor. No cause assigned. He will boy met a HorriRitchie, a recover. ble death while boarding an electric Free MUer Victory. .car at Rom on t park. He missed his Huntington, Ind., April 28. The under the wheels. His hold and fell conventions held in this county to sehead was horribly crushed. lect delegates to the democratic state Misunderstanding. A and congressional conventions resulted Lexington, Ky., May 4. The To- in a decided victory for free silver. bacco Growers' convention was not Strangled JoJJeath. held Saturday. There was some misColumbus, G.v April 2S. John A. understanding among the growers as to the hour. It wiU be held Majr 14 Et Bnggaman Jied Monday morning at 9 a. m. of strangulation. His death was 11 o'clock. due to a tumor in the windpipe. Seriously Cut His Urotber. Williausbuko, Ky., May 4. Starling Sir Mackenzie Howell Resigns. Standi seriously cut his brother Hiram .Ottawa, Ont., April 28. Sir Mackenwith, a knife and hatchet, near Pleas- zie Bowell Monday resigned the preant View. The trouble was oier Star- miership of Canada to Lord Aberdeen, ling's wife; governor generaL Injured in a Runaway. ld Made an Assignment. Russkllville, Ky., April 2S. John I. Ferguson, of Ferguson, this county, made an assignment Monday morning to the Deposit bank of this place. Lia- April 28. Near Evans Louisville, Ky., May 1. The fourMills, Robertson county, during a fearteenth annual meeting of the board of Tillie Willet, 14, church extension of the Methodist Episful thunder-storm- , was struck by lightning. Her shoes copal church south convened in this were torn from her feet and thrown city Thursday morning. Reports show some distance away. She was so badly an improvement in collections over last burned and shocked that she will die. year. Rnln and Hall Storm. A terrific SerGent, Ky., May L hail and rain storm struck this section late Wednesday evening, and in many places hail as large as hen eggs fell. Much damage was .done to growing crops. The hail in many places was almost knee deep. Suicide of Mike Crawley. Henderson, Ky., May 1. Mike Crawley, a plasterer, committed suicide by of chloral. He drinking a half-piwas crazy drunk at the time. He came here from San Francisco, CaL Oak Worms at RuKxclltille. Russellville, Ky., May 1. The worm which preys on oaks only at rare intervals and kills the trees, is eating thousands ol" the leaves off the entire forest of this region. nt formerly a leading njoronaut of Perryville, has been indicted for forging the nanus of WUliam Stignall to a 203 for S500. 1. The fifteenth annual meeting of the Southern Methodist board of church extension "began here Thursday. Seven bishops T are present. Indicted for Forgery. Danville, Ky., May L J. T.JJol.-land- , Louisvillij, Ky., May Seven Bishops Present. -- Sudden Heath of an Old Citizen. Madisonville, Ky., May 1. Mr. George Collins, an old and respected citizen, died here after an illness of three hours. the offspring of healthy, happy mothers. It would hardly be natural if it were otherwise. The baby's health and happiness depend on the mother's. The mother's condition during gestation par- Eastern Kentucky insane asylum in ticularly exerts an influence on the this city, and was Wednesday taken by whole life of the child. friends to Louisa, Ky., the dead man's " - Impure blood, weakness and nervous- former borne. ness in the mother are pretty sure to Suicide at Hogdentillo. repeat themselves in the child. Hoodenville. Ky., April 3a If a woman is not careful at any other Carter committed suicide by taktime, she certainly should be during the period preliminary to parturition. It is ing morpbinc. fie was despondent, a tim when greatest care is necessary, having failed at both the saloon and and Nature will be tbe better for a little whisky "business. Ho left a wife and help. Even strong, well women will several children. find themselves feeling better, their time Prominent Elopers. of labor shortened and their pains lessLawrenceburq, Ky., April so. if they will take Dr. Pierce's Faened To those whom Thcmns Ledridge and Miss Bessie vorite Prescription. Hanks, prominent citizens eloped to d troubles peculiarly feminine have in any degree weak, it will prove a Lexington and were married lYedne.s-da- y veritable blessing. It is a good general afternoon in the parlors of the tonic for the whole system, and at any Phoenix hoteL time will promote the proper and regular Dropped Dead. action of all the organs. It is a medicine HorErxsviLLE, Ky., April 30. James for women only and for all complaints confined to their sex is of inestimable Steele suddenly dropped dead Tuesday reniug, aged 60. He "was sheriff of rvalue. Dr. Pierce has written a inoo natn hook Christian county several terms and a profusely illustrated, called "The Peoleading politician. t 'i ple's Medical Adviser?' which will be Voting Man Adjudged Insane. sent on receipt of twenty-oncents to DOVKB, Ky., .April SO. John M. Lnr-tepay postage and wrapping only. if. a was ad- aged about twenty-sicomplete family doctor book. Address, WORLD'S Dispensary 2iEDs Judged fnsane "Wednesday and takea VMt ASfOOATIW, 8PiJ0, J. Y,, ila-lachi Healthy, happy babies are generally Culp is in a "critical condition and may die. She and Miss Ellen Hector, with Temple Gardner and Fred Moore, went driving. i"he horses runaway, seriously injuring Miss Culp and demolishing death a lew minutes later. He was 49 the vehicle. years old, and one of the best known men in Lincoln county. Killed Himself With Morphine. Rockt Hill, Ky.. April SO-- Burt Crushed by a Log. Parker, of this vicinity, committed sui"WnrrEBBUltG, Ky., April 29. Boyd cide by taking 15 grains of morphine. Mason, a young son of Prof. Thomas His wife died one week ago, which is sup- II. Mason, of Rock House, while drivposed to be the cause of his death. He ing a team, was run over by a log and was found dead in bed. He was C3 years mashed almost to death. Tuesday of age. mortiing there seems to bftno chance His Remains Transferred. for his recovery. Lexinoton, Ky., April 30. The body The Case Will Be Filed Away. of Smith Crabtree was exhumed at the Bardstowu, Ky., April 29. The re-- Paducah, Ky., April 30. Miss Julia Ie.th From a Dream. Richmond, Ky., April 29. Dreaming that his house was on fire, Mr. Louis Withers, a prominent citizen of Stanford, leaped from his bed, bursting a blood vessel, which resulted in his i maining indictments against Darnley Beaufort in the Nelson circuit court will be filed (iway. It is possible that he will ba indicted for perjury when tho next grand jury meets. Shootllig Scrape at il ancle. Muncie, lad., April "S9. Tuesday evening Bolwrt Debolt and Harvey Roberts, wh? recently came here from Smith field, V. Vs., got into a quarrel. Debolt drew i revolver and shot Kob- erts in the arm. Patrick Gallagher, a bystander, vfas wounded in the leg. Debolt was arrested. Mcncie, rend-ere- e x, Thomas, one ;jf the "best known horsemen in the central states, died Tuesday evening of malaria. He droteastagc coach between this city and Cinciunati before there 'were any railroads in this part of Indiana. Fatally Injured by ills Tesrn. IIorristowIj, Ind., April Colclaser, a j'armer, residing south of Freeport, waj.fatallyjnj'arod'byateam which he wjis driving becoming ua- xaageable anil raaiBf away Tuesday j n Jid., H orgeman Dead. April 23. Milton May King, 2:20, siro of the great colt System Whereby Shoir Animals Are Bingcn, is 6aid to be a model for an art- A Criticised Outside the King. ist At a horse show held recently in LonAnother new starting machine has don there was inaugurated a system of been placed on tho market at San Fran- judging which is advocated for use in cisco. this coun try Jockey Andrews, an outlawed rider, Instead of having all the judging The Hopklnsville Asylum Muddle. HorKiNsviLLE, Ky., May 2. C W. has been reinstated by tho western turf doae in the ring, tho judges made a preliminary examination of all the horses Lester, of Frankfort, state inspector of congress. public institutions, is in this city and Anna McKeo, by Bermuda, dam of ani weeded out those which did not will remain here several days inspect- Bermuda Girl, 2:20J, has dropped a stand a chance of winning. The likely ing tho Western Kentucky asylum for fine colt by Bermuda. then examined by the j candidates were the insane and making an investigation No less than 80 meetings last season velerinaries, and after that they were of the muddle that has lately existed aro not recognized by this year's Trot- passed upon by tho judges in the ring. among the employes and officials of There is much to be said in favor of this Register association. ' syttem, but it is safe to say that it will that institution. It is thought that ting Tho good colt Flying Dutchman made never bo very largely adopted hera the trouble there is of a more serious his debut at Memphis recently, win- j M(t exhibitors will desire the satisfac- nature than has heretofore been supning a mile race with ease. I posed to exist tion of seeing their horses in the ring Grant County's Rurden. A trotter at Nice, France, recently even if they do not receive the coveted Advices received in Athens from the won a fivo milo race and a threo mile Frankfort, Ky., April 30. The state ribbons. The amateurs especially will board of equalization broke its record island of Crete say that the Cretan re- saddlo raco in one afternoon. probably insist upon having a run for on assessments when Grant county was form committee have repulsed the James F. Scott of Donerail, Ky., has their money. reached. An increase of S3 jer cent Turkish troops at Sella, Killing 20 of bought Damo Rumor, sister to Dame The part of the plan which provides tbem. was laid apon the assessment of lands j for a preliminary examination by tho Wood, dam of John R. Gentry and personalty and 12 per cent, on Tho old brood mare Haha. who has "vets," however, cannot be too highly town lots. Hon. Mark D. Gray and J. THE MARKETS. fivo in the list, recently dropped a colt mccrsed. At many of our largest shows H. Westover, of Williainstown, made a th( examination by tho vcterinaries is a up at Cloverdalo by Red Wilkes. CmciSWATl. May 2. strong fight against so largo an inceremony moro honored in tho breach Spring patent. spring 3.JS180: Floub crease. Tho Pacific Coast Jockey club is to fancy, 3.1&33.30. spring family. i60 2.83; thru in the observance, and it is an acRronston's Wedding Postponed. build a new $20,000 clubhouso at the knowledged fact that many horses have winter patent. JiTUuaOO. family. ?1753110; Paducah, Ky., April SO. The wed- extra, Jir,02.50 low grade. 1.73(52.00. rye, closo of tho present Inglesido meeting received blue ribbons recently which ding of Miss Belle Wisdom,"of Paducah, northwestern, 2.4V&i 60: do city. es60t70. His Highness, tho crack are known to be unsound by horsemen. Whxat No. 2 red. held at 71c of Lexto Hon. Charles J. Bronston, and Futurity winner of the year 18111. Cons No. Z yellow, track, 3.0 : Xo. 2 mixed. On the other hand, if a horse is to be ington, which was to have occurred track. Sltfe. has developed a most vicious character disqualified for an unsoundness of which Thursday, has been postponed on acOats Sales: No. 2 mixed track. 20o. No 3 Lord Clinton, 2:08$, is being jogged the owner frequently knows nothing, it . count of the illness of Miss Bronston, white, track. 210. Hoes Select butchers'. (3..5&:U0: fair to byTink Hill at Dowaigac, Mich. He woald be much better if tho examinawho is suffering from severe nervous good packers fa203.3S; fair to good light, will bo raced if all goes well with him. tion should tako place before the animal Drostrati"- $3.402160 common and roughs. 3.0u120. Eddie Jones, tho crack jockey riding enters the ring, thus saving tho owner AUDITOR HARD AT WORK. to good shippers'. W.SS-J00Cttle Fair Exchange. good to choice batchers'. J3.7o4.0O. fair to fcr Burns & Waterbousc, was thrown much mortification. Not a Single Regular Claim On File Now medium butchers', t!253.6. common, ti 60 in n race in San Francisco and badly in3.1S. Remains Unaudited. Excitement at Hall Games. Snxcp asd Lambs Frankfort. Ky., April 29- .- The audi- good to choice, St 25Q3. 65.Sheep Extras, 375; jured. "The umpire of a baseball game has common fair. 2 50 Extell cost his purchaser $105,000 tor's office has completed what is in QXii. Lambs Extras. 14.83. goodtoto choice, Ho is now 9 years old. Ho is tho eire of a hard time and no mistake," said Presone respect the biggest amount of 14.35 4.75. common to fair. $aiX5)t2i- work ever done in one month by this Veal Calves Fair to good light, HCOJJt 75; 21 in tho standard list, 13 of them be- ident Nick Young of the National leajrao recently. "Magnates, managers, ing department of the state government common and large. J3.0W317.V. plaFcrs, rooters and all who follow wool Ibc market Is quiet and prices rule Six instead of three clerks have Through Miko Bowerman, her agent, easy, although receipts are Eastbeen worked in the claim department ern markets exhibit quite a not liberal appearMrs. W. E. D. Stokes, New York city baseball will sit down in tho quiet of depressed of the office since the first of the ance. Top qualities ot unwashed H(l wool has bought the black mare their homes and resolve to enforce the tul'ja against unnecessary kicking at the n, month, and the policy of Auditor quotable st 1213c per lb: burry and Georgio S, by Nutwood. bQXx: less. umpire. There is something in the game Stone and his assistant, Mr. JohnNicw YOBK. May 2. ALL SORTS OF SPORTS. that deadens good resolutions so far as son, has been to put all regular, WnEAT No.2 red May, t9Q9 June, July, COHaesso: September. C8M : the umpire is concerned, for as soon as just claims in the shapa of warA New York man has at length tho first ball of thecontess starts toward rants. They have succeeded in C9Kc: October,2 70c: December, 7171 bicycle. May, 35H3Ke: July. 35XO an electric Cork No tho plate the umpire becomes the com-tao- 'i "cleaning up" the office, and not a sin- 86c: September, 3737Jic; Na 2, 3bSQXtc Jim Mitchell, tho heavyweight throwenemy of everybody present. Why, gle regular claim on file in the office Oais No. 2, dull; May. t35fa23l(c. July, er, is getting to bo as big as a house. western, 2528c. remains "unaudited." Something like 3 I havo seen gentlemen occupying high ToLTDO, O., May t. six or seven thousand claims have been The College of the City of New York putlic offices under the government 2 cash, "Wheat turned into J,7G2 "outstanding" war- July. 64JJc: No. red. 64a 674c; May. C7Hct has a strong lacrosse team this season. jump up in the grand stand and shout August. rants. If more than two of these Conv Dull- - no trading. The prevailing fine weather is a de- to certain home players to 'smash tho 1,702 Oats No. 2 mixed, July. 20c. new warrants have been cided benefit to dealers in work horses. nnrpire in the jaw and I will pay your Chicago, May 2. somobody paid save else the fine. ' After tho game was over, if some Calls on July wheat opened at 62H6-?- o There are state treasurer did the pay- sold at (U3c. last price 62JSC Puts opened at Yalo baseballthreo football players on tho one had tried to convince that gentleteam Letton, Greenway claim-buyer- s, ing. Some of tho Louisville 61'5c, sold at clMc last price 615ei ,Sc man that he had made such a remark Calls on July corn opened at ssyt 9c, the and Jerrems. who were among those given he would have indignantly denied it." only price. Put opened at 2Si.93c, the only In Franco tho wheelman must carry warrants, had brought irregular claims price. on hia bicycle a plate giving the owner's from witnesses and others, and a numDtrrrALO, N. Y., May 2. )0iVT $T0P JOBACCO. ber of these were disallowed. It is Cattlb Medium weight steers. 13.B0i34.C0; name and address. said, however, that the claims can, in light do, t3.&V&',.70; mixed butchers, ti.853 The Radnor hunt has advertised for a 23: vealj. dull. gt.75Q4.00. cztra tL2X most 'instances, be made good, and the HOGS Yorkers, &.63&3.70. good light. (3.78 sale a draft from its famous pack of buyers will not be as seriously hurt as C3.73: mixed packers; 3.65; medium, t3.60 Entrlish foxhounds. &55Q&60. &63: heavy gradea, they are now scared. pigs, S3.70& Care Yonnwlf While Using It. Mmd S. 2:08. is now . 23 venrs old. 1 II'T 8.73. ,. , . , -- , tonacco iianit grows on a man un : Kentucky Judgeship Candidates. . SnEEP and Lambs Good to prime clipped oho una uwn urvu luiKsueiuy, uuu una ' lue tl! Lls nervous system is seriously affect- Frankfort, Ky., April 29. The re- ; sheep. 5i(p190. lair to good, taoosaso; never proved fertile. publican leaders of this sppellato ' xood to prime lambs, (4.90&3. 10. fair to 'good. health, comfort andTiappi-gcttin- g Capfam JohnBarr is at Southampton ed' JListrict are considering the ques net- - To 1ult suddenly is too severe a M-2. o Baltimoks. Howard Gould's Niagara into tion of putting out a candidate Wheat No. 2 spot, 680. May. f8C8H'c; shale to the system, as tobacco to any to oppose Chief Justice Pryor of July, 67X6Sc: August, 63H3G8Ko. southern, shape for the season. The Charlser brothers aro about ready veterate user becomes a stimulant that the- - court of appeals. A call has 72a73c. "Bacc-- a Corn Mixed spot and May, 3434!c; June. to attempt to cross tho Atlantic ocean in his irysteni continually craves. been inado. on Hon. A. R. Burnam, of 34K3Uc: July. 3JJ 3JJjc; steamer mixed, Curo" is a scientific cure for the tobacco Madison county, to accept tho nomismall 20 foot boat 32434c: southern w<e. S53JKc; do yellow, nation, but he has given tho party S8V4S37C "The Inden Field publishes an article hab t, in all its forms, carefully com-t- o Oats No. 2 white wsatern, 25J26Hc No. 2 managers no definite answer as to tho effect that there aro two chal- - pounded after the formula of an eminent what he will do in the matter. There mixed, 26U.C lenges for tho America's cup in contem- - Berlin physician who has used it in his PiTTSBUncn. May 2. is no doubt Mr. Burnam can have the CATTLI Prime. W2534.3J, good. l 10 120; plation. 'private practice since 1872, without a nomination if he will accept it, but it good butchers, taKVJJtlO. rough fat. iiOuQ ThO Steam yacht Valiant, N. Y. Y. f.,ilnrfi It is nnrelv veffetnhlH and onar. 3.75: veal calves. 10034.73. is considered doubtful if he will conBogs Best medium and Yorkers. J3. 62163; C, Mr. W. K. Vandcrbilt, is 'having nntfied nerfectlv harmless Yon in hsp sent, and in the event he declines Sen-utcommon to fair Yorkers, heavy her decks calked and puttied and is be John Bennett, of Richmond, and hogs, S3, 35549 rourh. !2f3 0a all tie tobacco you want while taking ing painted. SHEIP-Pri50; I3.5O33.60; good. W.40 others are also favorably spoken of. "Baeo-Cnro.- " It will notify you when fair, 5 003143. common. t2.75.S3 00. choice Thcro is somo talk of the middle Peculiar llnrlal. lambs, 14.404.70: common to good lambs, WS0 states regatta being held at Syracuse you etop. We give a written guarantee Paintsville, Ky., April 29. A pecuspring limbs. 15 00 &00 this year, but nothing definite has been to cure permanently any case with three iMJiAKAroLis, Ind., May 2. liar burial took place on Horgis creek, boxs, or refund the money with 10 per settled as yet Cattle Sood to choice shipping. this county, Tuesday morning. Monis not a subday Robert H. Winn, an eccentric old 4.05' fair to medium, ,X7018' common, 335 Orrin Hickok 6hips his horses in box cent, interest "Baco-Curo- " 3.60. pioneer, died, and on his death bed ho Hogs Good to choice medium and heavy, stalls holding four each. He does not stitute, but a scientific cure, that cures mixed, &4C&3.30. choice lights, made his friends promise to bury him tie them, giving them a chanco to without the aid of will power and with alongside of his iaithful old squirrel SU5&M& Not enough change their positions. noi!iconenience. It leaves the system Surtp a market here to make dog that had died but a few days preLess than ten nominations of tho orig- as p'ire and free from nicotine as the vious. "Uncle Bob," as he waH familinal timnter have declared out in the day rou took your first chew or smoke? iarly called, managed to outlive two second and third payments to tho Fleetwives, and not wishing to slight either, CUKKD by daco cuko axd gained thirty wood Crand Circuit stakes. be buried by the side of asked that he POUNDS- According to Jack Burke, tho Irish His dog. The old man's request was lad, Su vo O'Donnell has not much cf a granted. Ftjm hundreds of testimonials, the chance in his coming match with Owen To be Tried for Grand Larceny. originalsjof which aro on file and open Sullivan. Ho is willing to bet $1,000 Greenup, Ky., April 29. Wilson inspection, the following is presented: . to that Sullivan caq whip Slavin. Fultz, arrested on a charge of grand Dan Crcedon has postponed his re- Clayton, Nevada, Co,, Ark , Jnn 28, 1S95. larceny Friday, was brought before County Judgo Bennett here and his Eureka Chemical and Mfg. Co., La turn to America owing to hearing that examining trial was fixed for next Fetcr Mahcr's manager is Brranging for Crosje, Wis. Gentlemen: For foity Monday. a c t.test between Mahcr and Creedon, yeani I used tobacco in all its forms. For It is alleged that on ihe 5th of last December Fultz entered tha tho f.ght to tako place in England. twenty-fiv- e years of that time 1 was a room of Barney Jtuethborth, on Coal A chess tournament will shortly bo gnai'siifferer from general debility aud Branch, and took S136 from under a pilcommenced at Simpson's Divon, Lon- hearjj disease. For fifteen years 1 tried low where Kaethborih had concealed don, for which the following experts 7H BEST He was released on bond. to quit, but couldn't I took vaiiuus have already entered: Bird, Fenton, AVUllam Rue Demi. ' Lee, Loman, Mullcr, Holland, Terch-man- n remedies, among others Danville, Ky.r April 9. William "Thflndian Tobacco Antidote." "Dunl-- le and Van Lcnnop. M. Rue, the well known hortiemati, Is SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. Don't Chloride of Gold," et&, etc., but none whose left arm was ampututated. two forget to take it Now is the time you Ilclen Gould's Wheels. otth;!iu did me tho least bit of good. need it most to wake up your Liver. A weeks ago, died Tuesday of blood poiHelen Gould begins the outing season soning. He was 50 years old, and sluggisu Liver brings or. iVlabria, Fever with several wheels. "Tho reason why Finally, however, I purchased a box of and it has entirely leaves a widow and grown son. Rue and gue, Rheumatism, and many other so many wheels aro ordered by Miss yourjr'Baco-Curo- " was the owner of Garnbonito, 2:19Ji'. ills which shatter tie constitution and Gould, "says a dealer, "can be found curec. me of the habit in all its forni8, fcrgct word the world's famous Champion trotting wreck health. ItDon'tSIMMONSthe LlVER In tho fact that, having a largo country aiuji llhave increased thirty pounds fiv is REGULATOR. stallion, and other horses. house, she has house parties, and there weigiit and am relieved from all the REGULATOR you-waThe wrd REG, Fatally Stabbed by a Companion. ULATOR distinguish ts ft from all other cannot bo found a houso party of young" mimiroua aches and paius of hody and Sayleesville, Ky., April 2?. On remedies'. And, besides this, SlMMONS-HVE- women or men who do not go cy- mi nil j 1 could write a quire of pper REGULATOR is a Regulator of the cling afternoons and moonlight evenOakley creek, tpnmiles from this "place, at Rigsby's steam mill Burnett How- Liver, keeps it properly at work, that your ings. We have sent several men's wheels unon jmy chanced feeling ami rouditian. Yo'jrs respectfnily, P II. Marbuky, ard, aged tcij, the son of Mart Howard, system may be kept in good condition. nn 'iii'TH ni"v with ihim'thi iiv nrx ik i it FOR IVsfor C. F-- Church, Claylon, Ark a prominent log- - man and farmer of LIVER THE BLOOO take SIMMONS TnnTiffpet hmHpr. who in ' rtrtnld. thn REGULATOR. It is the best blood this county, stabbed Johnny Stouter, Soji hv all druggists atSI.OO per box, coming 20 years of age. Tho wiveel just Try it aged twelve, with a pocket knife. purifier and corrector. For the and note ordered is for Miss, Gould's p&rsonal three) boxes, .thirty days trtaKDieatJ, RED Z the difference- - Look There is no hope forStanter'Sreobverv. use. It is a 28 inch. wheel and it weighs J2.60J with Iron-claon cverv Dackaee. You wont findlit on ., written guanu-tee- , j any other medicine, and there is nojether Crushed Under tbe WJieets. That is a goad weighfrfor a or ' 8r4 pounds. direet Hpon j ct priccv Paducah, Ky,, April SO. Carl i Liver remedy une SIMEONS LIVER WnUfior booklet ami proofcr nrM (Leonard fell under life wheels- W hia Chad i wagon Wedtnadny aftemeoo Be sure you Ret It. ;transfor I I fleece-groaQH-Hoper-fect- neighbor, for 810,000 damages for defamation of character in, it is alleged, circulating reports to the effect that Hammonds had been guilty of larceny and house burning. Eight lawyers and about one hundred w itnesses aro eugaged in the case. Hammonds is postmaster at Hubble and Bright a wealthy farmer. Ky., May. 2. G. A. Hammonds, of Hubble, commenced suit Friday against George P. Bright, his Dasville, for it, but buy a piece emu okc vi yuursk?i. TIMELY TURF TIPS. Dont take Ai iLfOIIV for I O cents our word THE JUDGING OF HORSES. mic feflj,j 80LD BY s 95 IN RICHMOND. Time Oxwakd's dam was Nettie Time, (the dam of "Temple Bar," 2:17, the invincible campaigner through the grand Time, circuit (fuir brother to Lady Stout), by Mambrino Patch en. She was the best brood mare on record in 1802.) by Mambrino CUB SURE n WWi at 14 years of age, (the timeof her death,) having five sons in the 2:30 list, three of them better than 2:19, two producine daughters and two more eons to take re cords. Timk Onward represents the popular Wilkes Patchen cross, which is conceded to be the greatest mixture of blood ft Go 22-2- 1 J J and See.., ...the TWo J's, Joi)?5 & pr' yet produced. Ok:; OLD This rich breeding with such speed producing power and individuality as 2 fO 14 YEARS OLD Time Oswakd posbeses, will surely ge Pure Old Whiskies for FamiU an ' trotters of the lushest type. cmal Ues. in 5 and 10 gal o He is a beautiful brown horse, nearly Packages, a special tv sixteen hands high, with fine style and action, and can trot in 2:30 at any time. Silver Creek Liqior stand this season at $20 to insure a living colt. FfflE LIP BSS-W- m b:i". K - B.H. NEAE. Wholesale Dealers, ?ilver Creek, Staple and Fancy Groceries. Country Produce especially wanted. Prompt delivery of goods to all parts of town. Canned Goods. Fait by the IUrrel Tobacco and Cicars Candies and Cakes. Green Groceries $aConie andsee me E. R, Rowland, tee ;, jL o o jL. THE CICE. --- VV OLIVER - wJ J o o o o o Is the CHEAPEST and BEST Plow in the World, and o o o The OLIVER Repairs Cost less than any other plow repairs on the market- lftll o o o o o If you want the Si! $& itfiii,''i!C! sum ;u? fr!fJl tv ttKn'&iSin.rf'n M Sif ams&i m jaa.r:rn .'i. u iiL&uabiuwa. . t-- i, w tg.' .', o o o o daf viw iSr jl ?kk.,qi& VYl . . .Plow buy the OLIVER... The best Harrows, Corn Planters, Cultivators, Wagons, Wire and Wire Cheap at............ '"""S o o o o o o o o o ' Fence, Stoves, It a n g e s, Etc., o oonooo 00000c 000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000. k Shackelford k Gentry's, or me. JUST. RECEIVED "Sf,V DIRECTLY FROM NEW - YORK HiSI Tr egu l atqrM OUR Spring Stock of Laces and Embroideries. 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