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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1897 ric1897031001_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. , - -- &&' 'i f 4f i THE RICHM OND vL MAX. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, For the Climax. SOME NEW WOMEN. YOLUME X. WEDNESDAY, MAECH 10, 'L897. Daniel Tompkins, Vice President jf the United Slates. Mrs. Smith has a beau- S&yl-tIhs- v tiful home. Westover Terrace, at Rich jEWDisoovrirr. mtveh fails. a new, reu&Mtnc Pnio r&llellurfep-pr.emond, Ky., where she and her hit 'band, cxcetlTe, scatty or luentttuatlon. .i.w nM t7 orcr 30,040 Dr. A. Wilkes Smith, entertaiu constantIkiI'cs. Inrlsoratcj thezjo crj"cj. lie 14 waro of duBscruis Imltatlonr. Surto ly, bhe is a beautiful woman, with pol 4 per oox, ux 81. Eons rpsr. ished manners and great tact, and made ftall In plain sinauSn'd 4o la Mamps for particular!". hr luce! dniat'-uorttv ITV t ,.It ".TIM. her official debut at the D. A. It. Con CAlAfOCjLAriO., tilcco. aII. gress. She is a true patriot, and tl rouch Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and W. her influence, as through her inflnence, G. White. as Regent of her chapter, the Fourth of July was celebrated in Richmond in!89G for the first time in thirty years WashWEAK &3EH R5ADE VJCCKGL. " ington Post, Feb. 25. NUMBEE- - 40. "Nothing else like it:" The most refreshing and We wish to caation all users of Simmons on a subject of the deepest tnt-rPand importance to their health -rhapi their hvts. The sole proprietors jnd uiakera of Simmons Liver Regulator jVirn that customers are often deceived by huvin; a.i.l taking some medicine of a appearance or taste, believing it to i e aimmun Liver Regulator. We warn iou ihat unless the word Regulator is on ih package or bottle, that it is not Simmons Liver Regulator. No one else makes, or ever hs made Simmons Liver Regulator, or anything called Simmons Liver Regulator, tut J H Zeihn& Co., and no medicine made lv anyone e ee is the sirae. , We alone can put it up and we cannot responsible, if STAR-EYE- D other medicines represented as the same do not helo you as you are led to expect they will Bear this fact well in mind, if you have Leen in the habit of using a medicine which you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator, because the name was somewhat like at, and the package did not have the word Regulator on it, you have been impqsed upon and have not been taking Simmons Liver Regulator at all. The Regulator has been favorably known for many years, and all who use it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, ConstipaA SPECIMEN BRICK. tion, Headache. Dyfpensia, and all disorders arising from a Diseased Liver. Courier-Journa- l, February 9th. We ask you to look for yourselves, and Asa rule tlie utterances of tlie free see that Simmons Liver Regulator, which you can readily distinguish by the Red Z sderr ivaiis are so scurrilous that tl ey on wrapper, and by our name, is the only will not bear lepublicatiuu; but the medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. is a fair sample of the kind of inJ. H. ZEILIN & CO. sanity w hich posesees tlie a crage Take follower of the 1G to 1 frenzy, Simmons Liver Regulator. where he is not dirtctly blasphemous and indecent. The Carlisle (Ky.) Mercury 6ays: PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. will be found "On our first page y a s nop-si-s of a speech by Henry Water-soMISS MILLKK!) GOLDEX. the editor of the Courier Journal e J leader of the Deuioc and the . .STENOGRAPHER AND racy of Kentucky, before ihe New Yoik TYPEWRITER. Board of Trade. Mr. Watterson acknow of his subserviency to this Richmond, Kentucky. gamblers and robbers, and calls them the lenders of business and thought of &Officr adjoining A .R Itttrnain't. the land. lie pledges that where these plunders lead he will follow, and takes upon himself the authority to tay that ATT0E2T3TS. the people will do likewise, which pledge we lake occasion todenyhiui the right to W. MILLER. make "We shall wait to see if Mr Watterson has a word lo say m the nex. Attoem-y-at-LaState Democratic Convention. We shall Kentucky. Richmond, also see that he and his fellow deserter, Office in the Burnam Building, next door to bnnon Bolivar Buckner, are given an m fcb3-l- y Fanner's National Bank. itation to Ieae the convention if they dare enter. Mr. Watttrson may jjlly the New York Board and have all the c r. BURNAH. fun with them he can, but lie is no longW. S. MOBEELBY. DURNAM MOBERLEY. er a leader in KentucWv except iu the Republican rauka" Attobxeys-at-LaII this were an isolated example of RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. simple idiocy if it were even a Ofpicx in Burnam Building, recently occuillustration of a sporadic ma 0 pied by A. R. Burnam. nia it would not be worth the paste that sticks it to the printer's copy, far less the tiouble of clipping it from its original context. But it is characteristic of a class Attoeney-at-Laof the men who, havIt is the key-not- e ing abandoned the principles of Democ- - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, racy and follow 3d the mirage of PopuOifi e over T.iylor8 Hardwire 6tore, lism to overwhelming defeat, not merely Court House, on Main Street. aspire to continued Democratic leaderof what ship, but to exclusive ir. B. HOGG. tliev call the Democratic party. A TTORXEY A T LA V. Theirs is a moit peculiar type of lunaKentucky. cy. They glory Riciimovu, in the moi.opolv of disaster tlit-- have seemed to themselves as 0 Office No. 13 First St. up stairs. it weie something to be proud of. They warn off from 60 much as :i conjectured GRANT E. LILLY, intrusion each and ever one who may ATTORXEY'AT LAW, be supposed to grudge them their disexKentucky. credited trade-marThe mad-do- g Richmond, ample is a perlettly good example; for Ofllce S. W. corner Maui and Second like the mad dog they cling raeiiously streets up stairs. Will practice in all to the stone they have mistaken for a the courts of Madioon and adjoining bone, and froth at the mouth the mocounties and Court of Appeals comes in sight, though ment a rasser-b- y he gives not the faintest sign of u purJ. C. & D. M. CHENADLT, pose to interrupt their crazv orgv. Reasoning with such a spirit as this is ATTORNEYS AT LAW,' Kentucky. the sheerest time thrown away. Tlie Richmond, fool that saith in his hearl,"tliere is no Office on Second street, over Chen-ault- 's GoJ," may yet be knocked senseless by grocery. a erse of Holy Writ, and be dragged to the mourners' bench in spite of himself. Ignorance, how eer dense, is sometimes CREEN CLAY, But the infidel reached by kindness. A A W. A TTORXEY-who is a dunce the dunce who is maligRiclimond, Kentucky nant -- with their resultant compound, the human mule what art can reach, 13 Collections what charm can soothe, the irredeemable jackasser of this preposterous animal? PHYSICIANS. But how do those honest Democrats, who went with their patty last Summer of the tergiversation of its chance in DR. II. R. GIBSOX, lea lers w ho for the sake of association and discipline voted the label relish PHYSICIA X AXD SURGEOX, Kentucky. the kind of argument whiJi is relied on Richmond. to indicate these leaders and to redeem the field which they losi? Office in the Joe Cc.lins building, iS and ao SecMr. Watterson is not in issue at all. 27- ond Street, over Wnue old drugstore. I lew ants nothing and is beyond all reach. But the body of men he spoke to in the CHAS. HOOKER, city of New York represent the highest VETERINARY SURGEON, sibility order of conservatism and ie-pGraduate Ontario Veterinary College. in thejgreat metropolis. What l.e said to them was on the highest plaue of j Veterinary Den'Jitry and Sterility a Specialty. no less than an appeal to the Office up suirs orer New York Store, corner Mmn and First streets. Richmond 46- strong and rich to consider the weak and poor, and instead of wailing for the demIT. C. M. agogue and the mob to do what were Medicine and Surcery. bitter done by statesmen, to inaugurate Ofhce Collins Buildine, MainStreet. themselves just policies of taxation. If Telephone Rt residence (the Carr place) on sucl. utterances lo such an audience are Broadway. Kentucky proocativo at p. mou.eut of profound Richmond, --- --quiet of such outcries as that quoted above, what may thoughtful men, having DR. O. A. KENNED!', a sense of responsibility pbout them, exPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, pect when the campaign opens and the Kentucky. blood of the office seeker is fully aroused? Richmond, Is not such leadership prima facie eviOffice in Smith Building, No. 304 Main Street, np dence of insanity, and does it not, on the stairs Office hours is to 1 and 4 to 5 o'clock. very tin eshold, bode certain defeat and ruin? DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, No party on earth could stand on the Kentucky Richmond. lines laid down by the Chicago platform and the vicious spirit by "hich it still - V Telephone at office and residence. sought to maintain those lines, and for WARNING. Liver Regulator WA TTERSON H WORSTE,D Chews His Munc. RfSK ?KyM pills Se-i- d We Send it FREE! TO When you see an old maid, Who has grown wrinkled and staid. In her vain efforts to catch ajieau, Yon can bet Cupid isn't blind And of course, he doesn't mind, If she turns bachelor maid, you kuow. She then ln s h bird and a cat, Rents a rw u up in a flat, And liv there in misery by herself; Sin- - d( p ins her situation, J "1 s down on all creation, Just because she's been laid on the shelf. l'ncn, there's the girl fin ds siecle, rfhe can ride a bicycle, And is in everything new; She plavs lawn tennis and cricket, And doesn't think it wicked. At euchre to take a hand or two. ' -- $ d, pleasant Soap for the skin. pai-vr- . 'k WEAK MEM9 Young and Old. Rejoice with us m a Editor Green E. Keller, of 'Carlisle, in the Discovery. JAEDICATED I? THE GODDESS OF REFORM REPLIES. HENRY CONDESCENDS TO NOTICE KELLER, WHO RESPONDS. the very good reason that no government could stand on them. When they aie not pure maleolence they are pure illusion. The Democratic party needs to he born again, and must be born again if it is to have another lease on life and pow er. As at present organized and led it is bound to encounter disappointment to-da- n, self-styl- and disaster The scrap we have cited is a sample scrap, differing from the mass of objurgation and vulgarity in having the customary dams and dirt eliminated. But go on, Kentlciuen! If von cau btand it, why 60 can we. Yours are the little leaky cockleshells that toss far out at s.-i-, not ours. We sit safe in the light-hous- e tower. We note your signal of distress and would sae you. But il you refuse lo see the liuht that shines for us all, your undoing be on jonr obstinacy and blindness and may God have mercy on jour pervdrse understanding LUNATiCS-AND-FOOLS. j Carlisle Mercury, February llth. semi-occasion- al J. op-Hi- te n 31-3- k. T-L- --- --- oliitd. JASPER, D ... If the readers ol the Mercury and Mr. Watterson will bear with us we shall undertake to show them that Mr. Watterson in an editorial reproduced in y h Mercury, does us, and all loal Democrats, a great injustice by appUiug to us such names as 'lunatics" and "fools," because we refuse further to follow him toward the camp of onr one nues. Sitting in the seat of the scornful, and standing hi the place of the ungodly, on the pinnacle of the 'light-hou-- e tower" erected by the Robber Barons at d Mone Devils of the Hist, the poor gio cling creaturts known as men, may seem to Mr. Watterson to be but rooting, grunting and ignorant swine, lushing about the earth in search of, they know not w hat. But to those who know they once hnd liouietvaiid plenty, who were once filled with the hope of happier das on earth, and who were lead lo believe by this same creator of the uncrowned "God-de- s of Reform," that they had rights to enjoy, the matter looks different. hike Mr. Watterson, the editor of the Mercury "wantb uothinc," and is likely to have that want supplied; but hois not "bejond reach" neither is Mr. Watterson. Weaieboth flesh and blood and aearc both subject to the Laws of nature, and the Commonwealth of Kentucky. We may feel rich and proud when we sit on our temporary thrones in the "light-hous- e tower," but unless the hewers of wood and drawers of water as well as the refiners of oil bring us sup--' piies from the storehouses they have filled, we will soon be eatinc tin oil cans and licking the quicksilver froiir the face of the reflectors. You can't live in a "light-hous- e tower" long, Mr. Watterson, without help from the "little Jeaky cockleshells" that toss upon the sea, and its verly little matter whether these cockleshells go to pieces upon the rocks that you warn them of, or are swallowed up iu the wa es of adver-versit- y that they can see. Hence these tears. You are a brilliant writer, Mr. Watterson; you arc no less a captivating orator; but our associations have been bad. You once led n triumphant Democracy in Kentucky, and was high in the councils of the national party, but like many a coy maiden, yonr beauty aud brilliancy attracted the attention of the villain, and jou have been ruined. The Democratic party may need to be "born again," as jou say, but a home for the fallen, or a nunnery, would be a good thing for ou to enjoy for a w hile. So far as jigly comparisons go, Mr. Watterson, we are even; except that those you describe as lunatics, fools, jai kasses, &.c. are Jo be pitied in their irresponsible misfortune, while your class, which has deserted a happy home for the I10u.se of and has separated itself from purity for filthy lucre, has no excuse to offer to an outraged to-daun-be- en The bright, sparkling musical farce, The Sporting Craze, will make its initial bow to the Richmond play goer on toAbsolutely Pure morrow niaht, March llth, at the Opera Celebrated for its great leavening House. You laiurh at the rise of the strength and hcalthfulncss. Assures curtain, laugh when it goes down and the food against alum and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap langh all the way home. The sports of brands, royal baking powder co., NEW YOKE. all kind w ill be hit hard, but not below She'll play billiards and foot ball, the belt. There is no time for vavning. But, indeed, that isn't all; able to pay our debts but more especno sleepy moment, but funny situations, She'll go to the racs and bet her cash, ially that others may pay us. bright specialties, pretty girls and catchy And if she doesn't happen to win. We want. But certainly our read- Why, she knows it isn't a sin, music. The company will be headed by ers do not want any financial argument On a George II. Adams, the clown conn dian, d dude to make a mash. just now, and surely Mr. Watterson who impersonates Ben Lucky aud Next, you'll see the bicycle girl, would not read it. Humpty Dnmpty; Howard Messiiner, a Who sets your head in a whirls rising, young and talented comedian, as We would like to have Mr. Watterson When on her wheel she goes flying by; Josh Reuben, the sporty farmer; Robert turn the windows of his light-hous- e toSt. Peter doesn't believe it, . Carlin as the sanctimonious old hypo ward the country outside of the city But some day he will perceive it; crite, Obedia Broadbrim ; George Clark, limits aud see the farmer in his efforts They'll be riding bicycles in the sky. as Herr Mozart Schiuitz Frank Firley, to skim the mortgage from his land that as Jack Hardy, the hero of the ring; he may do his Spring plowing; see him She'll go out for a century run, Alice Hanson, as Pansy Pranks. Others in his struggle to solve the problem as to Anil think it just lots of fun, in the cast are Cecil Iverness, Fannie how much he makes selling corn at a But at home she doesn't work a bit ; Adams, Lillie Adams, Maud Raymond, dollar a barrel that costs-ondollar and Aud if her mother nsks her to. Mrs. Geo. II. Adams, John Boone and a quarter to producp; see him renewing She w ill begin to sigh and boo-hoJohn Lester. The following specialties his notes with unpaid interest included; And fall over in a cataleptic fit. will be intioduced: Incidental to the see him hawking his horses about the And then the woman politician, play Mr. Adams in his famous stilt danccountry like an Italian does bananas and Who is a wonderful rhetorician, ing; Carlin and Clark in their original peanuts on the curbstones of the Is alive to all the popico of the day ; sketch, 20 raiuutes with the German see him as he stands helpless and wit- She lampoons the opposite party. his debts growing and his home And the crowd laughs loud and hearty. Senators; Frank Fa'rley will givo his nessed his clever performance of punching the Koing. At everything billy she has to say. bag. Mr. Farley has few, if any, equals These are sights that Mr. Watterson She's always ready to take the stump, in this line; Alice Hanson, with her should bee to convince him that others And dish out politics by the lump, latest negro melodies and buck dancing; are not "beyond all reach." Just to get a chance to exercise her paw; The Adams Sisters, dancers; Cecil Iver We remind the distinguished editor But she is ignorant of household work, ness, the charming vocalis, in a number and orator of the rich man who bnilded All domestic duties she will shirk, of new selections, and other clever new and large barns to accommodate his Just because slie'b not- - built like her ma people. accumulations. He couldn't eat a mouthThe "Sporting Craze" is certainly one When 6he rises in debate, ful newt morning! of the best farces that will be seen here It would be well for her to state, Better help us poor folks. Better turn this season and should draw a large your back upon those who have lead That she may appear to be a little bold ; audience. But that just like all the rest, you astray and made your life unhappy. She's out hunting for the nest, There's no place like home, and there's Carlin nnd Clark, those natural funuv Of the goose that laid the egg of gold. no home for a Democrat but in the DemDutchmen, will keep the audience in ocratic organization. Come home, Mr. "She will give her nauseous phvsic, roars of laughter with their funny 6ong For both whooping cough and phthisic, and sayings. They will be with The Watterson And all ills to which our flesh is heir; Sporting Craze at Opera House night. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- - But if taken with much attention, Theie's no neel for us to mention. KET. You'll be sure to climb the golden 6tair. thin-pateo, mmm Cutaneous JSqap. TayAnns7r.c rca the J a" mi m IV 5i J3 'flat PI'SCkr a vr . ikcw. s'Day. ?.- if, Abi-'utnenreeoverTouihful inteccl lo Cure Acrrouiintu, A'shtlrrnUMoni. I.Mtl'o b?x, Faillui? 3Iciorv --Ither and a'l (frets ct self abu.e Vi"t;njr ' , ex, or tzatsi ndlKntton. Words on" tnsanUr ar d consumpuc vl-o- ic ttrTqrmwitTrniir Uers fill. oon.f men regain r. !? "!5rr:f.f.Tt r - ME'tkl"uu n.11 fccioi j,..a i ...... n..!. .l.k 1 .. "njy. ?"- Vltn'I-mwotcne- TOILET KUR5ERySBA7H 14 sjanfcoo . . r, Iit il- k A PRICE.25t-- 9 AVhen a man has suffered for years with a weakness that blights his life and robs him of all that really make life worth livin?, if he avail himself of a complete cure, why not possess the moral courage to stop his downward course. We will send you by mail, ABSOLUTELY FREK, in plain package, the All funtnui uis. uurr J1A 5 VIIAIj KfcS T0KATIVE TABLKrS. with a legal guarantee to permanently cure LOST 31AX-H0IISKLK-ABIIS- ja mi LJ1 It lasts twice as long- - as others. trial will convince von of its treat merit. Will please the most fastidious. NESS. XlfiHT nzIEZ:riUl'S?EiSV;aOR, or eoml'f r '"aa bn carried in vest pwieU I'rerald rer. SI per box. or O for KS, with A. :.,!.. , W rltten Onaranlcc to Cure urlterund t. Pamphlet free. Sold ty rtrcc.lits. A a rou' ewnptylPl(iiacr,''tcrrroflt. Icsl-i- 'r CHARLES F.MILLER, Mfr. of - "vr. " FRENCH MILLED TOILET SOAPS AND PERFUMERY, siKiucju. isv., imcco, a Sold by Richmond White. Drug Co. and W. G. Lancaster, Penn. ESTABLISHED, 1849. emaciated organs No C. O D. fraud nor recipe deception. If we could not onre, we would not send our medicine FREE to try, and pay when satisfied. Write as this mar not appear again. Address to-da-y, drains. Returns to former appearances ShXDAL WEAK VARICOCELE, STOPS forever EMISSIONS and all unnatural E, i Western Medicine Company, 4 Jolm R. McLean's Great Newspaper. "Without G, Go-'S Corsets, UCORPOEATED. 24-23 Kalamazoo, Mich. MAKE a single exception, there American Beauties XfL XO-- 5 FREE EDUCATION. it; 1 party. But enough of these pleasant personalities. We need to give some reason for the faith that is in us. We are foi the free and unlimited coinage of silver because it puts the control of the volume of money beyond the munipulalion of the few. We want more uionev that we may be r W. EVANS, M. D., WW Physician and SunocoK, - - - Kentucky. Richmond, B DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond, Office and residence on Third Street. The Style. Pfe'ond Wear could not be Improved for Double the Price. ... building. & rSk I 5nJL ty. L. Douglas DENTAL STOGH&Y. DR. A. WILKES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEOX, Kentucky Richmond, jours, 0:00 to s M. ; 100 to 4 . M. ""Practice limited to dentistrr. OrncB Smith Main ... m SHililllllllk ', mVU. smsmL and $5.00 Shoes are tic productions of skilled workmen, from the best material possible to put into shoes sold at these prices. We make also ?ZiUand Wlo shoes tor men, and $20, $2.00 and 5J.75 for boys, aad trie W. L. ouce shoe, very statable lor Douglas policemen and others having much walKing to do. letter-carrier- s, $30, $4.00 J0 f Qir4rE2TT'2i "We Street. Office Merchants, Hankers, "Physicians economical men wear W. L. DotieUi .Shoes bocause they 3. A. Yates. ana an J. C Mobgax. ilORG ANT & YATES, DENTISTS, Richmond, xvanx. ... W Kentucky. are constantly adding new styles to onr already iarce variety, ana tnero is no reason why ou cannot be suited, so insist on L. Douglas Shoes from your hatlns dealer. "We use only the best Calf, Hii3s!a Calf (all colors), French Patent Calf, French Enamel, Vici Kid, etc., graded to correspond with prices v oi tne snoes. If dealer cannot supply you, write are the best. For sale by W.LMWUS.BfKtHBKS. C4.TAI.oacK FlU.E. R.icl-!moric- l, febl0-3- m Omrxr Main Street, over Madison National Preeman Brothers, ( - U Kyi a . . ss -- . ' l- - il If ! We'll mention the woman of legal knowledge VILLE TOBVCCO WAREHOUSE. Learned from bocks, borne learned in Sales on onr market for the week just college, closed amount to 4740 hhds. with reWho'll plead your case as well as many ceipts for the same period 2005 hhds men; Sales on our market since January 1st, """ She may get mad and fly into a fury, amount to 30,990 hhds Sales of the crop If bhe does you watch the jury. of 1890 on our market to this date Because your chances are good for the amount to So, 170 hhds. pen. The sales this week have included a very small number of hogsheads of fine It would be well for her to sta.Ic, hurley and no fancy prices w ere realized; That bhe maybe somewhat out of her sphere; but the supply of medium to good leaf, such as is selling from SS to $12, was That at home she was a drudge, rather larger than usual, and the market Because her husband was too lazy to budge, for such shows increased activity, mote recovering from the slight decline Else it's evident she wouldn't be here. than reported last week. During the early There are these and many more, part of the week there was some irregu- Yea, they are numbered by the score, larity, with a tendency to lower values Who are crowding men to a back seat ; for the common to medium red types, Dut we will never cive up the ship, selling from $5 to $7, but this stjle re- Keep a stiff upper lip, gained itsstaeni'th as the week advanced. Though they are battling hard us to The market is several bids lower for defeat. w hat may be termed ''The big tail end" of the crop, including the house burn, I am now engineering a plan, worm eaten, slazy, and dingy colored With a gray mule as motive power. contingent. Thecolory lugs and trashes And a new woman make take every place ; when in dry winter condition remain Then I'll take the rout called suicide, steady, but the buyers are becoming more discriminating as to order for these For the land beyond great divide, types as the season advances, but tnero Where I'll hope never to bee a woman's face. is no prejudice whatever against pliable "Okr Dee See." condition for good grades. Whites Station, Ky. The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco, 1895 crop: Trash (dark"or dainaged)$ 1 00 to 1 50 At the National Council of the DaughCommon colory trash 2 00 to 4 CO to good col trash 4 00 to 6 00 ters of the revolution held last week in Medium Common lugs not colory 2 50 to 3 50 Washington Mrs. Edward Maxwell, of Common colory lugs 4 50 to 7 00 Louisville, was elected State Regent, sue Medium to good col lugs 7 00 to 9 00 ceeding Mrs. II. Pope. Mrs. Maxwell, Common to medium leaf G 00 to 9 00 was until her election, Regent of the Medium to good leaf 9 00 to 14 00 John Marshall Chapter, of Louisville. Good to fine 'leaf 14 00 to 1G 00 The, other candidates were Mrs. McCoy, Select wrappery leaf 10 00 to 2G 00 of Coviugton, and Mrs. Sayre, of Lexiug-ingto- n the Richmond delegates casting The above quotations are not applicathe vote of the Madison Chapter for the ble to green and frosted crops: former. Mrs. A Wilkes Smith has returned and says the delegates were royalRED The following quotations fairly repre- ly treated, especially by the Kentucky sent our market for burley tobacco 189G people there, Senator and Mrs- - Lindsay entertaining in great style. Others of crop: Trash (green or mixed 1.00 to 2.50 the party iroui Richmond remained $ Trash (sound) 2.50 to 4 25 for the inauguration. Mrs. and Miss Burnam, the wife and Common lugs 2 50 to 4.25 Medium lugs 4.25 to GOO daughter of Judge Burnam, of the Su Good lugs G.00 to 7.00 preme Court of Kentucky, are visiting the city, in attendance on the National G 00 to 7.00 Cotntnou leaf (short) Common leaf 7.00 to 9.00 Congress of the D. A. R. Mrs. Burnam . 9.00 to 11.00 is descended from several lines of notable Medium leaf 11.00 to 1300 revolutionary stock, who could as well good leaf 15.00 to 19.75 be proud of her as she is ot them. She Fine and selections is a social leader, highly intellectual, and accomplished. She represents the COLORY-T-he following quotations fairly rep- Booncsborough Chapter, in the sixth resent our market for . burley tobacco cotinenial congress. Tins chapter hap, besides other patriotic work, undertaken 189G crop: Trash (green or mixed) $ 2 75 to 3.25 the election of a monument commemoTrash (sound) 3 00 to 4 25 rating the battle of Boonesborough. lugs Common 4.25 to 4.75 Washington Post, Feb. 25. Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith, of Richmond Medium lugs 4.75 to 6.00 Good lugs 0,00 to 7.00 Ky., who Is in attendance upon tlie conCommon leaf (short) 6 00 to 7.00 vention of Ihe D. A. R., is the Rogent of Common leaf 7 00 lo 9.C0 the Madison county (Ky.) Chapter, and Medium leaf 9.00 to 11.00 a sister of Miss Elvira SjdnorMillcr, the Good leaf 11.00 to 1300 brilliant Southern writer, on the editoriFino and selections 15.50 to 19.75 al xtafT of the Louisville Times. Mrs. Smith is descended bn the paternal side W. M. Bright bought of A. J. Tuomp-- i fiom the famous ''Fighting O'Donnell's," John O'don-nel- l, soj 1G calves at $10 '.J. R. Orndorff her great having been Quartermaster Generbought several pairs of buff cochins at $4 a pur Bishop bonjrht of C. C. al in the rovolutfonay army serving withMcCIure a bunch of calves at $5 S. out pay. His daughter, wlio later mar31. Owens has a field of 100 acres of ried a Perry, received a large 6iim of inouey from the"gQvernnieut as pay for wheat which is six inches high Woods & Lynn sold to S. Phillips, 71 her father's patriotism. Another O'don-nel- l, now Duke of Spain son of tlie Marewes with lambs thrown in at'?2...... Cloyd Bros, sold to Buster &Thonas, of shal Duke of Tetuans, who served during Boyle, 37 yearlings at 3J to 3Jc. .r.S. M. the reign of Christina, was the second Owens bought of John RichenU.lch 68 cousin of her father. On the maternal choice e'vues and lambs for $200. Allen 'sideof Mrs. Smith Is related two Presi & Ifyon bought off John Wheat fie dents to Cbveland, through his mother, who was- - a .Blaikie, and to Harrison, heifers at 2Jc and tfiree steers at3& through tlie Harrison family. One of Stanford Journal. s her ancettors wasa CoLTompkins, of Tlie Kentucky Fence CompaHv k a who served during.the' revolution new, nnnvuAfuui aFT4rAsw7&vasin ( 3la- -' "war, a&d " collateral, relative T,-PUnUSHED BY GLOVER A DURIIETT, LOUIS- SOUTHERN (IN KENTUCKY ) . RAILWAY. Schedule In rfTert IVb. IS. 189 rAsinoUM) Lv. LcuUville . Ar. bbelbf-ille- 7. vo. .no. i .No i .. Ar Li'rcncrire Ar Venall es .. Ar Lexington .. wrtouoUM) Ar Ar.Lsi'reneeb'c Ar. Sheibyvllle Ar. LouIstIUo Vers-UU- ... . 7 I Lv LexiDKlon . . 10 OOara 4 12rm AMpin I0.:"3.in. a3lim I Itlpm laSVtro 7.03pm 1 40pm So. t Nj N 4 '5,im t.4lum 7iadi Slpu SO: m SlOam ViOam &!0am 9 17air .iipm COuara tAaVan T iSpm 7 3)am biu AsS m "i Wiin l.nn' L.pml J liprc An education at Harvard, Yale, CORRECT popular newspaper in the United or any other collece or institution of learning in the United States, States than the Cincinnati Enquirer; or a more successful publisher than SHAPES. or in the New England Conserva- any yonng man or woman who is its proprietor, Mr. John R. McLean. : ,t VTifa fnw n :.T. in nornocr The prices for the Daily "' Y quickly. JAMES D. BALL. 30 Bromfield St.. Boston. Mass. i Enquirer have been maintained, ana ART1STI0 r circulation largely increased each its year; hard times and cheaper jourEFFECTS, nals failing to arrest its onward march B, R, R. I. and high appreciation of the public for its true worth and merit. Time Table No. 27, Taking Effect SunThe Weekly Enquirer at beginning day, November S, 1S96- of the campaign year was offered at 1 ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. EAST BOUND. No, , No. So N 50 cents a year, and its circulation Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex San ExSun increased by the addition of over AM. r6 M. A. M. A. On hack Box. Vcraaillet IQ 2s 8 5s 40 200,000 new subscribers; the most NicboUiTiIIe u 10 11 7 35 it 30 Valley View substantial and coveted testimonial a 7 s3 lo J5 Million n 45 8 ,, ,, M publisher could desire. NEWEST Richmond 8 30 11O5 1130pm Union. When asked for the secret of such 12 jO 50 ti co , 2i Moberly t (Qty1pSSEJjXJs success, Mr. McLean frankly answers : Brass6eld ,,,,,,, ta S7 , 42 , 5o Panola ,5 ,, The Enquirer has no opinions to fon.c ,0 lrine MODELS. nSWrjfc3raT 3 to upon its patrons, it simply prints the No. 1. NO. NO. 8 ?rt irt facts and tells the truth that the reader WESTBOUND Ex SunlEx Sun Ex Snn Ex Sun may form his own opinions. By FANCY MD r m IrYine 3o 3 40 maintaining the price of the paper, Panola 4 18 I 5S Krassneld. . w 3 4 40 more news and greater variety can be Moberly i4 1 10 PLAIN. a i7 Union.. 5 5 furnished, and every class of business Richmond . 6 05 35 5 40 500 Million 6 to . So 3 30 interests catered to, which a cheapet Valley View 6 34 3 45 5 37 NicholasTille 6 53 6 58 4 10 journal cannot afford. Versailles , 4 o5 7 55 3S FEATHERBONE CORSET Gb The very liberal support given the r.M SOLE MANUFACTURERS. Enquirer by the public at large, makes SOLD BY Trains between LouisriHe and Versailles daily. it incumbent upon the management W. D, OLDHAM & COMPANY. Trains between Cincinnati and XicholasTn daily. to serve it faithfully with zeal and enAll trains connect with Southern Railway to terprise in minor matters as well as and from Louisville, and with the C. X. O. & T. jM, those of greater magnitude. P. to and from Cincinnati. J old-tim- is beyond doubt no greater or more : e R. N. & AH Lengths. ilS : 1 1 , 1 A 1 I ii 1 ii V feblO-6- m - L. & E. E. GEO. W. RHjKY K. O. DIVJSlOiN'. In Effect March l, 1S96. a. You can spend five hours in LouisviHe, about six hours in Cincinnati or 12 hours in Lexington and return to Richmond at 8:30 p. m. u Of Shelbyville, Trains Nos. 1,2. Lhalr Can. EASTD3tJrtD Ntt II No. 3&pm 11 10 OOam &I2p-7 Upm laiSUin TVSpra 11 04. m KASTBOOP No. li.tNo i7 tiipm 7 TOlom Il20im ktMpm! 9 liam 6 34pm 10.23am 4am 7.30pmlllliptn Shelbyville, Ky , Mav 20, '90. To Wright Medical Co., Col., 0 : TE"TU03NIX Gents I have purchased a box of N RTA.IOIS. Wriirht's Celery Capsules from G. 1. iipmjlO.'am Lv Loulsrll Ar ipm 23.1m Middelton, druggist, and used them for Ar Iirncbre Ar Arj 4 31pm 7 35am Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and ConstiAr 7.25am ! pation and found that they ctve me imAr uurzln Li 4'JUp-W1SSTU0 3ND mediate relief every time. 1 think it an So. 16 No C3. excellent remedy. StAMONS 7 Supra Lv Louisril Ar Yours very truly, r bnelbvll Ar 9 I7a.m C2Jpm Ar Verslles Ar iOoam I I'pm 0Geo. W. Rilev. Ar Mldwar Ar T4Um lsipm ArOeoretn Lt 7 15am 3.00pm 5 an J 6 carrj Free ODierra-tlo- n Kv., Recommends Wright's Celerv Capsules. lv. m. J''2 n - tXo B iXo- g. Ar Wio m 7 iipm 7.4Sam 10 25im 6.40pm Lv Verslles Ar 7 5aim iOOjim 1105am 735pm Ar Nlchlvill Ar 6.'8am 1 10pm 1205pm 8.J0pm ArRichmo'd Lv 6054m 115pm I 20pm I IQpral Ar Irvine Lv SASTBOONDj ;.Vo. 1 tXo WKS'BOPMU&. - mail. Cincinnati. Paris, Mays-m. ville, "Winch ester and 2.05 Lexington mail. Livingston, London, Jel- 1.10 lico, Pineville. Fast line for Livingston, 11.43 London.Jellico Knoxviile a. m. Fast line for Cincinnati, 3 19 Paris. Winchester. r m. Rowland, Lancaster and 1.25 Stanford. 6.25 p. 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M. in-rW.A-Turk.- Fill a bottle or common water glass with urine and let stand twenty-fou- r No. & No. I houir- - a sediment or settling indicates a 7 45m"5oupm 10 55am IOJOotj diseased condition of the kidneys. 7 lupm 7iaam 4Jam 12.55pm When urine stains linen it is positive 4 50am 9 0;am evidence of kidney trouble. Too fro oaopm 70im '0 5'pir. 1.15pm quent desire to urinate or pain in the 1.35am BOiim back, is also convincing proof that the til'ipm 415am I.Oupm kidneys and bladder are out of order. laojpai 1 551 i No better wheel made than the Acme Bicycle Built in cur ovn factory by skilled workmen using the best material and the most improved machinery. Wo hevo no agenis Sold direct from factory to the rider, fully warranted. Shipped anywhere for examintion. 31 is WmBW George Thorpe, J S-- P.A.. Wm. B. Tayloe. A.G PA. Louisville, Ky. Washington, D C VVashinston. D C Washln.tot. D. G -- JLLI, Xfervou Disease Failinj; Mem oir.Jmpotencj, Bleplent,etay cnasw by Abaee or other Excesses sua Indis cretions, 'iney quch(u ana aureli restore Lost itaitty In old or 70a as. anc fit a man for stndr. busine&s or mi SProreat Insanity and Gonsnmntion il Uxnn i a time. Their ose shows immediate unerase mentand effects a CUBE where all other fill upon hatinc Ihe cennlne Ajax Tablets. Ther havo cored thousands and will cure 700. We jtivo a positive written caaranteo to effect a care Cfl fTC in each coco or refund the money- - Price uV wlwi per poefcaxe; or six pknrs (fall treatment) for f2.il By mail, iu plain wmppcr. upon receipt of price. C Ircular -- MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY CUB ME A MAN AJAX ""AJAX REMEDY CO., For sale in Richmond, Hern don. Ky., by Hai-a- n & y fai3-l- WRITE FO."t Street, between Main and Water, rear of Dillingham building, There is comfort in the knowledge Richmond, Ky. Ready to do all kinds Ind. Acma Cy ' '"- - Elih-r- t. so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's ofTlacksmitliing promptly in the best 7 an27-workmanlike manner. Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the back, kidneys. liver, bladder and every part of the urinary pas?aees. Il corrects inability to hold urino and scalding'pain in passing it, or bad elTectP following use of liquor, wine or beer, aud overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times durnc the night to urinate. Tha mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-RoEvery reader should know and understand this extraordinary 13 soon realized. It stands the highoffer. means mone' in their pockets. est for its wonderfnl cures of the mi s distressing cases. Jf you need a medicine ! you should have the best. Sold by drugr-uist- s, price fifty cents and one dollar. For a sample bottle and pamphli-t- , both sent free by mail, mention the Climvs., address to and send your full post-ofliDr. Kiuier & Co., Linghainpton, JJ. Y. Tue propretor of thi3 paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer. "WHAT 70 P0. Our interesting Offer m $3.75 FOR $2.00. OUR PREMIUM OFFER It ot ce The Parmer is Interested The Gardner is Interested! The Housewife is Interested! The Flower Grower is Interested! world-renown- 1 ,. Blood Money1 A sick man That's work. f"""iiiiiiiiiiiiniiti"""""""""""""""i n"-"can't make money 1 IF3M because his brain A horse p wont wont do work unless he is properly fed. Neither will a hraln. If ih? brain is not kept In good condition with pure, rich blocd, it wont produce much. seedsmen, JAMES TICK'S SON'S, Rochester. Wo have arranged with the X. Y., to tarnish their celebrated seeds and Vick's Illustrated Monthly Magazine one year, which will be given to each new yearly subscriber of the Weekly Climax, upon receipt of only $2.00 cash. . WHY? . . OUR OFFER IS THIS: VEGETABLES. lpkt- - Beet, Imp. Early Blood Tnrnlp ' Cabbage, Early Summer Carrot, Chantenay Celery, White Plume Corn, Evergreen.. Cucumber, Early White Spine. Lettuce, Early Curled Simpson.. " Music Melon, Yellow Globe Onion, Danvers " Peas, Charmer.. Crown Parsnip, HoUow Radish. French Breakfast Longstanding " Spinach, Summer Squash, Squash, Hubbard Salsify (Vei!table Oyster)- -' Tomato, McCullom's Hybrid. Turnip, Strap-LeFLOWERS. 5c 1 pkt. Aster . 5c Sweet Peas- 5c Nicotiana 5c Candytuft 15c Menvhdfail.andmenwho donH,oftenhavewhattheycaJI"NcrvoisProstratioa" Nine times in tea the nervous trouble is purely secondary. The real sickness is in their digestion and in their blood. If a man keeps his digestion in good order, and keeps his body full of puie, rich blood, be is never going to be very sick. Johnston's Sarsaparilla is made fcr people who want to get well and stay welL Saijsaparilla is a simple, "grandmother" remedy, buifit cures, lt purifies and enriches the blood and sends it tingling to every part of the body. That Is tf bway it cures all ailments of the brain and nervesjtures insom- " " " Hac-ensa- ck. . . - ICc 5c 5c 5c 5c 10c - 5c . Balsam Bachelor Button. Dianthus Petunia Salpiglossis. Scabiosa. .. 5c 15c 10c 5c 5c 5a 5c 5c 5c - dyspepsia, rheumatism, scrofula, ud every other blood disease. It clears he complex-tio- n, plumps out the cheeks, axd brings back the jj sparkle to. lifeless eyes. One Dollar is the price.aryi One thin-sanDollars -d niacures af Rcd-To- -j 13 pkts. Vegetables. $100 Price, per year- -. pkts. Flowers... 73c 5c and 5c Vick's Illustrated Uonthlv Mazazine one vear. 5c The Magazine has been greatly improved for 5c 1897. and is tip to date on all matters pertaining 5c to Flowers, Vegetable, Plants. Shrubs, Roses, 5c Lawns. Gardens, Plants in the house, etc. The department of correspondence is very valuable. 5c 10 .. il !! -- 1 50 THESFK OF 18 JO Vest-table IT! ALL THIS! iTr!; Johnston's WW StwSarsap rilla WftUAMS; OAVilto Sl V.UIJ Seeds as named Packets Packets Flower Seeds aa named Vick's Illustrated Monthly Magazine, one Bicbmond Climax, 52 weeks....... ......... ... year.-....-..--...- ....... .., -- ... SI 00 1 S, ..- ........... 50 '"'i M00K5 CO., Dtrtrelt. ntd-- . MMMMMMWItfMMIMM(-TMMI- 'i Vir-(giri- Bf " "' ;i v HttlaKvcr BU. awe.- Try m fcattto Ur thH III1I.1IIIIIUI4IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ,, niiiiii VTWrWTvrrwwTVW ilniniimtiminnirvTWwBii 4 -- $3.7S FOR OINL,Y $2.00! 'NwrtetfectioK. - i "i - of! li t "s.-5p- . I'sv"; y - v - ' ti - : ' 3 ,. -- s.. ! jos I v r o w' " . . ia 1U- -1 Hk tr if T.&Ttfy lornWacaKy.x. .to . " . V'. 1S& - -r- Printing Company, ; Richmond, Kejqtuckg ""- .' SM4.yMrw-tr'-4-c- e A" v- A I --QSsip SJ- r- - ,TgwBSilBBBBLHHMMwiKLWSHfi 2K1 1 W, K, m-- j F: X HH ' MASTER sssssssssssssssWssBssssBsHJBiWWWBBysl m- - ft w it. It Curtis F. Moberjoy, roturnod on w m "Wednesday to Harrodsburg. The friends of Miss Ella Parks will TUBUSHED KVEBY WKDNFSUA.T BY be very glad to learn that Bho will of Democratic Harmony, soon return to Richmond after about Is never done, and it la especially wearing; Scouts the Go. The Courier-JournGlimax six months absonco in Missouri. and wearbome to those whose blood is And Cries "No Compromise With Dishonor." The Musical-Literar- y Club will impure and unfit properly to tone, susJ. a CHESAULT. meet next Friday week with Mrs. tain, and renew the wasting of nerve, Proprietors and Editors. A. D. MILLER. It a B. WOOD.1 Associate Editor. Henry Wygant. The requisite mem- muscle and tissue. the is more because ol blood that women led the way into the camp of the enemy last fall, but it nothis condition ol The Courier-Journ(Next door Richnsond Nat. Bank.) bership of twenty has now been se- aro run down, longer has the following of a quarter of a million Democrats w ho heretofore have ., PRICK PER YEAE, $1.50. HK4DQ.CABTEB3 FOR.. cured. Tired, Weak, Nervous, looked to it for political guidance. Its glaring inconsistencies are here exposed by $1.25 IX ADVANCE, Mr. Harry B. Hanger spent from Than because of the work Itself. Every D. H. Baldwin & Co.'s Pianos the Louisville Post, furnishing ample evidence of the perfidy of this ancient dictator Saturday until today with his. family physician says so, and that the only remof Democracy: and Organs. WEDNESDAY.. MARCH 10, 1897. at Arlington, leaving this morning edy is in building up by taking a good onnrijiruinjinnnrjTjirLariiinnruxnjxri nerve tonic, blood purifier and vitalizer . d 3 for Cincinnati. Mrs. Hanger's health like Hood's Sarsaparilla. For the troubles New Home Sewing Machines. - . "The that the Democrats of iveniucKy woo are is about restored. ADVE5TISING SATES. Peculiar to Women at change of season, getting together are""men who, 'having no convictions themselves, imagine Miss. Mattie Shifflet passed through climate or life, or resulting from hard Standard Kitchen Cabinets. O i O H 2 ao blood, all others are in a similar state of moral an intellectual destitution ' s on her way to Sil- work, nervousness, and Impure cure in Richmond y o 2 thousands have found relief and "Convictions forsooth! What convictions had the Courier-Journ" K Agency Provident Savings Life ver Crook, where she will spend a space, s s ? when it fought the new constitution for a few months and then droppe J few weeks with her cousin Jns. Ha-gasr S S. Insurance Co., and the fight after it had led its friends into trouble? who is in very bad health. l&SCSaj Courier-Journwhen in three davs it oc"What convictions had the ! i f .! Old Continent Fire Insur. . . Mr. Thos. C. Adams, editor of the cupied three different positions on the wreet-ca- r question ? Was it moral Pnntagraph, was in Cincinnati on CO I Inch. ( ioo iS:iS$4 Sl7 ance Company. destitution that led it out of that fight? a Inches- 175 250 350 700 1100 17 JO Wednesday, and read the InauguramchKMw 3 Inches. 3 50 3 50 5 00 10 00 15 00 3 5 on the Btl ver question ? For "What conviction has the Courier-Journ4 Inches. tion bulletins with more satisfaction 300 400 6 00 is on 19 00 as 75 years it taught free sih'cr; it told the world that the enimies of free coinage 5 Inches. 350 500 7 50 15 do 33 00 34 5o True Blood Puriiier. than being jammed to death by the The One only by C. I. Hood & Co.,$1 per bottla. 600 900 1600 370c 40 00 40a Prepared were mere hirelings of Wall Btreet, and that only those newspapers in the Lowell, Mass. 60 00 U Col. 6 00 9 00 13 Co 37 00 40 crowds in Washington. So 00 8 00 13 00 17 7j 34 30 JO Jif"ol pay of the money power could favor the gold standard. ,, are the only pills to take Col 33 50 43 on 60 DO 15 Col. Brutus Clay called at tho riOOU S PUIS with Hood's Sarsaparilla. "Was it moral or mercenary considerations which made the Courier-Journnotices to cents a line for 6rst InWhite House to ask for tho appointWEeadinf eat its own words on this issue, and then assail the men it hadedu sertion, 5 cents a line for each additional insertion ment as Minister to Switzerland. Ho to with much anxiety, as he hopes on Obituaries, resolutions of repeet and similar catcd in this free silver doctrine as fools and anarchists? at half rates. No specified position. is indorsed by Gov. Bradley, Senator that day to see the people take a new Courier-Journon party questions? For 'What conviction has the Wood, of Kentucky, and other prom- start for tho better advancement of reyears it insisted there was something sacred about a nomination. Scratchere ANNOUNCEMENT. CANDIDATES inent Republicans. Lexington Argo- ligious work. it denounced as traitors. Salvation it said wan possible onlv by voting the naut. ticket from end to end, and men who refused to vote for Park CommissionLast Thursday being the day of the CIRCUIT JUDGE. Capt. J. Speed Smith left on Wed- burial of one of the moat disastrous of all ers like Gibbs, when they had the nomination such men it denounced as T. J. Scott is a candidate for renesday morning for Hendorsonville, Presidents that we ever lived under, we hypocrites. 'What convictions' has it on such questions now 7 election to the office of Circuit Judge Tenn., to visit his sister, Mrs. Paulino were glad to see the sun rise clear, so "But. perhaps, Ihe tariff is its btrong suit. Well, in 18S2, the editor of in this (the 25th) Judicial District, G. Talbott, mother of Mrs. E. T. that no mistake would be made in the The undersigned has three separate small said Cleveland's views on silver made him an impossithe Courier-Journsubject to the action of the Demo- farms which cratic paaty. Jackson, and grandmother of Mr. J. ceiemonies of the departure of him and or together. he offers at prlrate saleatseparately ble candidate, and then when Clevelaud was nominated, forced on the conAll three situated T. Jackson, of this city. Capt. his notorious cabinet that have made vention an extreme free trade plank to make certain his defeat. attorney. commonwealth's Smith is enjoying the best of health, such a record for disaster. If it had not "Yet only a few weeks ago this political turncoat declared a willingness STATION, Bex. A. Ckutciieb directs the anand is proud of his now title, "grand- been for the free silver element in the to accept the highest of high tariffs rather than desert his new allies the nouncement of himself as a candipa." in their struggle to do nothing with the currency. Republicans Senate we would Lave belonged to Wall to the office of date for of "Convictions, indeed; this journalistic comedian has never been encumMiss Blake, tho refined and accom- street and Lombard street, London, by on the waters 85 SHrer Creek. They contain Commonwealth's Attorney in this respectively and 165 acres, and are well bered with such baggage. He has been all things by turns, and nothing (tfio 25th) Judicial District, subject plished Superintendent of the In- this time. watered and well improved farms. There is 1 ng; a picturesque but somewhat tiresome figure; the Lois Fuller of to the action of the Democratic the vafirmary last year, has friends here no better land in Madison county, most of it party. WJIITJES STATION. riety stage; the moment he stops turning, the lights fade, the colors pass being who properly esteemed her as a lady into gloom and he is a mere bundle of nothing, a heap of rubbish in the of rank at home. She was a guest Mrs. I. A. Allen has. returned home -- RICH BOTTOM LAND- .FOR JUDGE MADISON COUNTY COURT. path of party progress. at a handsome reception of Flor- from a two weeks visit to relatives in l 'I hereby announce myself a candisays it w ill support no body of men "The editor of the It is a fine neighborhoid and accessible by ida's Governor Bloxnm, last week, Chattanooga. date for Judpe of the Madison Counturnpike to schools, railroad?, mills, who even so much as equivocates as to the integrity of the nation or of puband moves in the best circles of tho ty Court, subject to the action of the Mr. J. P. Couchman, of Fayette, who etc., all within a mile of White's Station Post lic order. Flowery State. party. Democratic has been visiting the family of Mr. B F. Office, ten miles from Richmond. P. H. Sullivan. same editor in one day asserted that Adlai Stevenson's green"Yet this TERMS Sale will be nade Mr. and Mrs. John T. McClintock, Brow n for the last week, returned home cash, back record made him an unfit candidate for Chairman of a National Con- balance to suit purchas-r- . For particulars, nee Mis Rose Vickers, were given a on Monday. FOR JAILER. address d. vention; on the next this inflexible deft nder of the nation'b credit got up a dining on Wednesday by Mr. and The baby cyclone that passed through is a candidate for make this impossible Stevenson a candidate for combinationto Geo. D. White, James C. Tckev Mrs. B. Howard Xeale. It was a this neighborhood last Friday did great Jailer of Madison cminiv, subject to the 5 dent, and boasted afterwards he got all he went for to Chicago, IVhlte's Station. Ky. pretty compliment to tho young damage to timbers and fences. Tho roofs feb3-t- f action of the Democratic party. r "In the light of all these recent events the editor of the Courier-Jour- couple, and was gracefully acknowlof a few barns are also reported missing. A. T. Fish is a candidate for Jailer $ nal should sit down ami read over his editori.t'.s and try to imagine the edged by them. Mr. James N. Nealo Advertising PAYS or does of Madison county, subject to the Wm. White returned home last C frame of mind in which they are read by those who read them at all." was best man at the wedding of Mr. Thursday from Oklahoma with a action of the Democratic party. string and Mrs. McClintock at Little Rock of Indian scalps and the hind quarter of NOT PAY, according to wheth,Ve are authorized to announce P. Sin innjXTirutnruvaru uinnnru irLaruiru tnn.artminnruiminjirinniiririnjuir5 two weeks ago 31. Broaddus as candidate for Jailer a deer. He had been out there for the er yon state your wants in a of Madison county, subject to the The coming of Miss Elvira Sydnor last three months visiting relatives. action of the Democratic party. selling tobacco A farmer when he was Uxlike mobt retiring members Gov. Miller, the poet, authoress and innewspaper the jeopleread, or Mr. Sugg, a young man from LexingWe are authorized to announce at 12 cents a pound, felt that he could. go McCreary was in the harness and hard at comparable Times "Tattler" to lecfor Jesse Corh a candidate to Jailer of in debt in anticipation of the next year's work up to adjournment of Congress, ture here about March 19 or 20, will ton, was over in this neighborhood on a in one which eitl'ier does not Madison county, subject the action cror s. Watterson sees no dishonor" in and the career that he has rendered convisit a few days fciuce. Owing to the inbe hailed with delight. Her readings clemency of of the Democratic party. the weather there must be circulate at all, or else which crushing the farmer whobe debt was con- spicuous for his constant, untiring atten- and recitations have charmed audi- some powerful magnetic power over here tracted when the price of products was tion to the interests of his constituent?, ences circulates among those who throughout Kentucky. She will to draw a fellow so far from home. FOR SUIT. rURLIC INSTRUCTION. good. Read the Wattereon Keller spat his State and his country, was closed by be assisted by Kentucky's famous Mrs. John Williamson is a can- on our first page. One evening last week a short while are not interested in you or by a brilliant address in behalf of an inInvocalist, Mme Cecilia Eppinghousen didate for Superintendent Publicbub-jeafter dark, as Mr. Johnnie Maupiu was ternational monetary Congress to revise struction for Madison county, Tnouoii Cleveland ridiculed tli" our monetary system. Asa member of Bailey, and together they will create returning home, when nearing the house your wants. There are pato the action of the Democratic a furor such as society has not wit complaint that the appreciating party. he espied a skunk perambulating in the pers of bona fide circulation ihe last conference he spoke with austandard had depreciated every- thority and intelligence and his address nessed in years. During their stay neighborhood of the front yard and of many hundred thousands here Miss Miller and Mrs. Bailey will FOB SUPERINTENDENT OK PUBLIC thing else, he signed "that bill" las was the best" ever delivered in Congress be tho guests of Mrs. A. Wilkes thinking there would be some sport in week and tacitly owns that the com- 3n the subject. SCHOOLS. having his dogs kill the animal, he that make no return for cerSmith. and hopes to called to Mr. Fount Tankersley, who J. W. Wagers is a candidate for plaint ib One of the finest gowns at the parity between proSuperintendent of Public Schools of The success of fhe administration augural Ball was worn by Mrs.tho In- was at the house, to bring them. Mr. tain classes of advertising Leon-aMadison county, subject to the action ducts and the circulating medium of of William McKinley will be mirrorHanna, nee Miss Coralio Walker, Tankersley, who had never before met becanse they do not reach of the Democratic party. exchange. ed in the prosperity and content of formerly of this city, whoso husband with one of these seemingly harmless is a brother of Ohio's new Senator, creatures, rushed to the scene, and the any one interested in those FOR CLERIC MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. is in Mexico with the the nation, and it would be unpatri-)tiCol. Ciuddock Mark The costume as dedespicable, to wish our new "ex- scribed Hanna. dispatches was an ele- skuuk perceiving that he had to do bat- particular lines. S. H. TnoRPE, Jr.. incumbent, is National Editorial Association. Ufa had by the a candidate for Clerk of the Madison to pay for a meal's victuals down there ecutive anything but a happy, tle, presented Fount with a copious supgant Paris model parquin-mad- e Circuit Court, subject to the action and writes back that as Mexico is a free The CLIMAX has the largcareer. We could not wish gown of blue mirror velvet. The skirt ply of the best perfume he had on hand. of the Democratic party. was accordion-plaiteand its entire Unfortunately for Mr. Tankersley he was mI ver country everthing costs twice hs for him a better fate than that ho est circulation' in or out of fullness was embroidered in silver. much as in Kentucky. That is easy to should return to Canton as he leaves Tho waist was covered with lace attired in his best duds, intending to call FOR COUNTY CLERK. that evening. Of course after being Madison County of any paWe are authorized, to announce believe, for if Old Crad ever paid for his home, loved and respected by points, which were outlined in silver. dosed with a decoction of such aromatic a candidate to suc- anything in his life it mast have seemed neighbors and friends. He is honest On her neck was a magnificent rope John F. White ceed himself as Clerk of Madison very dear to him, consequently his dimes and able, and though ho differs wide- of pearls and diamonds, and a neck- power, lie was compelled to forego the per ever published in the County Court, subject to the action look as big as dollars away from home. ly in political views from the party of lace of diamonds, each of which was pleasure of his visit, bury his clothes and large enough to have been a solitaire. County. of the'Democratic party. ake to his bed until mother sarth had the people, he has the best interests We have framed ami caused to be of the country as much at heart as Wo are authorized to announce renovated them and render wearable. CORRESPONDENCE. Dr. H. K. Middleton a candidate hung on this page an article by the Lou they. May God keep our Fount is not very well pleased with the chiefuler for County Clerk of Madison, subject isville Post w hich is an indictment of reception tendered him by the skunk, in the full possession of his health, of the Democratic party. to the action which the people of his mentality, his honest purposes, the Courier-JournKIJSTGS STATION. and declares he believes it was a scheme the State as a jury are called upon to ex- and may no evil come near him, and of John's to keep him from seeing his Estill County. FOR SHERIFF. amine. The numerous counts in that may he always look to the Supreme best girl. S. P. Rogers is quite sick at this writH. II. Colyer is a candidate for indictment are recited with telling effect, Sheriff of Madison county, subject and expose the inconsistency of the Ruler of the Univere for guidance in ing, with mumps. the mighty responsibilities of his VALLEY VIEW. to the action of the Democratic Judge A. J. Tharp, of Winston, was great organ that seeks todictatetoa party office. party. over among his friends here this week. PERSONAL. which it deserts at pleasure. Cut the Wm. Howard is visiting relatives in Miss Mallie Rice, of Irvine, spent last COUNTY ASSESSOR. FOB article out. week with her sister, Mrs. J. II. Kerby. Owen county. James C. Miller is a candidate When the campaign was raging C. F. Briant is buying lumber in the Mrs. Daisy Ross, of TJniun City, Mad for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic last year the goldites denounced the 'Squire Anner is visiting in In- ison Co , is visiting her this southern part of the State. party. Democrats as repudiationists, infla- diana. week. II. C. Fowler has been confined to his We are authorized to announce tionists and anarchists, and talked Wade Aldridge, our noted bicyclist, room on account of measles. Miss Carrie Barbour is in New W. Moores as a candidate for hotly about "debasing the currency" John spent last Saturday and Sunday at West Assessor of Madison county, subject insisting that there could be but one York. Mn. J. H. Burgess has been quitesick to the action of the Republican party. the past week, but is now convalescing. Mrs. H. C. Shipp, of Lexington, is Irvine. of values, gold. They now mcabure Roly Witt, of this place, wascal'ed to Walter Day, of Manchester, is here on & take steps to "debase the currency" visiting Mrs. W. D. Oldham. FOR CITY ATTORNEY. bedside of his sister w ho is very sick with business connected with the logging and to restore the double measure of Editor Morrow, of tho Jackson pneumonia. We are authorized to announce interest. passing the international Hustler, was hero on Sunday. Green Clay a candidate for tjie values, by bill. C. T. Grinstead was up from Richmond Miss Lillian Spears, of Spears, who has Richmond, monetary office of City Attorney, of MissBettie Taylor entertained at a few days last week, vieiting his family been visiting John Kanatzar and family, Ky subject to the action of the tea a few friends on Saturday. Almost the last official act f President and friends at this place. Democratic party. has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Jnson Walker visited Cleveland was his signature approving Mrs. Sallie McWilliaras, oi Lexington. We are authorized to announce J, Bryant Perkins and Mrs. Annie friends at Lancaster last week. an international for Talbot Jackson as a candidateKy., the bill providing forlooking toward biKy., has been visiting her father, Mr. of Perkins, went to Nicholasville monetary conference Mrs. T. E. Baldwin is the guest of Wash Woodson, on Attorney, of Richmond, City Hill st., the past Saturday and were married by Judge Demosubject to the action of the metallism, upon which Congressman Mrs. W. H. Shanks, at Stanford. week. Phillips. The groom is a prosperous cratic party. McCreary made his great speech two Mr. J. Mc Cotton, of Cincinnati, It is reported that Uncle Ben Finney farmer, while the bride is a very attractconfess- was with weeks ago. It was a death-beKirksvillo friends this week and family will leave in a few FOR CORONER. davs for ive lady. ion by the expiring gold standard Messrs. John L. Baxter and Bald- Lexington to make thatjlace their future We are authorized to announce G. Charley Baldwin, son of Col. Sam just as the passage of the win spent O. Dozier a candidate for Coroner, Thursday in Nicholasville. home. Baldwin, of Red lluuse, and Mrs. Mary by the Hepublicans subject to the action of the .Demo-crnti- c bill was a confession Mrs. J. Wade Walker has for a Grip seems to be playing havoc with A. Baldwin were united in the hoh party. in Congress that the single standard is a guest Mrs. Lizzio Adams, of Lancas- the children on Sand Hill, near here. bonds of matrimony by Rev. J. W. fraud aud a failute. ter. One death and several more very low at Praiher. of Richmond, at the home of the Now that it has repudiated the controversy Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Carr and daugh- this writing. The Watterson-Kelle- r bride's father, Woodson Masters, near gold standard, how will the Republican party oppose the Democrats printed in parallel columns on our ter were the guests of Capt Feeney Capt. J. B. Kerby, of this place, left Baldwin, last Thursday, in the presence and should be read last Sunday. when they renew the battle for bime- first page March 5, for Rushville, Indiana, where of a lew relatix es and friends. by thnt great army which upheld the tallism in 1900 ? Miss. Emma Watts has almost en- he will make his future home, his family State op Ohio. Citv ftpTm.Eno. man who upheld the banner of De- tirely recovered from her recent crit- having gone some time ago. Lucas Couxty. j At the last moment the Republi- mocracy as well as by those whe con- ical illness. Nathan Fain, of Fainville Ky., passed Frank J'Gaeney makes oath that he "flower of the cans and Mr. Cleveland practically sider themselves the Mrs. Emma Gibson, of Beattyville, through yesterday on his way home, n is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. admitted the justice of the attacks army" of Democracy which once visiting her to Queen City to purchase his Cheney & Co., doing bujiuess ia the father, Mrs. J. B. Been, made upon monometallism by the confessed Watterson as its lender. spring goods. We wish him success as City of Toledo. County and State aforeWatterson's article is a masterpiece at Kingston. Democrats last summer. Mr. Henry L. Wallace of Paint Lick, he says he docs not intend to be under- said, and that said firm will pay the sum of Invective and ridicule, in which Of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each TnE Georgetow n Times met with the he injects a show of superiority of and Mr. Henry Donnely, were sold by any one. Miss. Lula Finney, of Shelby ville, Ky., and ease of Catareh that cannot be misfortune to "pi" one of its. pages of morals and a plentitude of money in town Monday. typo last week and delayed the paper that place him, he thinks, "beyond Miss Amy Smith entertained sev- is teaching a spring school at Horsefork curel by the use of Hall's Cataerii for the first time since it was founded reach." Mr. Keller, however, inspir- eral friends on Saturday in honor of school house near here. Everybody Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. thirty and one years ago, and Editor ed by the knowledge that "thrice Miss Mary Poage. likes Lula as a teacher and. hopes she Sworn to before me and subscribed in may get the fall school for she is a good Bell says he wants no more sub pastry armed is he who hath his quarrel Mr. and Mrs. George Corzelius. nee my presence, this 6lh dav of December, around his office. just." parries the blows of his dis- Miss Georgia Moberley, spent Wed- teacher and a nice young lady. tinguished antagonist with such J. P. Rogers, our free silverrepublican, 4.0.1880. Tjie suffering of the debtor classes in manifest ease and conspicuous cour- nesday in Lexington. A. W. GLEASON says that tiie Gold Bugs of both parties i Mr. William White, who has been Kentucky have not the sympathy of tesy aa to command the admiration SEAL will find gold on trees and times will get Notary Public. in Oklahoma for three months, is back Wattereon and his associates. They see of all. better as the new administration comes homo at White's Station. no "dishonor" in crushing the mercanin, but we predict they will get better Hah's Catarrh Cure is taken internally The editors of the Stanford Journal Mr. and Mrs. Sidnoy V. Rowland, tile and agricultural classes for debts and the Georgetown Tiiues suffered npr of Danvillo, were tho guests last only for a while. The consumers have and acts directly on the blood and mucontracted when the prices of farm prodall the tariff to pay and that will take cous surfaces of the system. Send for ucts were good. Bead Keller va. Watter- vous prostratiou and a severe fracture of week of Mrs. Steve B. White. what little money there is in circulation testimonials, free. New Year resolves last week. Two their eon on our first page. Mrs. J. A. Allen is at home from out and put it in the pockets of trusts. F. J. CHENEY & Co.. Toledo, 0. leading editorials were butchered by the Chatanooga. Sho resides in tho 3jr""Sold by Druggists, 75c. Gov. Beadley on Friday appointed wrong words in the right place. Instead White's Station neighborhood. BIG HILL. Hon. A. T. Wood, of Mt. Sterling, to of "proscrciiption" the intelligent comWagers & Cohen shipped to Chicago Rev. Wm. Crow, Jr., pastor of the Miss Nannie Robertson is attending succeed Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn in IT. S. positor of the Times put "presumption," a load of extra good butcher stuff, bought of Frankfort Presbyterian Church, was school at Kingston. Senate, until a successor shall be elected. while Jesse Alverson, of different parties at 3c parents here yesterday. Mr. John Settles is making improve"con- with his The Legislature has been called to meet the Journal's galley racks, inserted Mr. Henry L. Wallace, of Paint ments on tlTe old James Cornelison farm. 31arch 13th for that purpose, together scription," "Awarded This reminds us of a laughable error Lick, and Mr. Henry Donnelly, of with other important matters which the Mr. Charley Bennett is very low at Highest Honors World's Fair, OId Printer White" seven Missouri, were in town on Monday. committed by Governor designated the homo of his brother-in-laElisha Matt S. Cohen spent from Saturday Robertson. years ago when ihe water works question Representative Walters, of LaBette was being agitated in this city. The until Monday iir Cincinnati in the Mr. Ed. Wethers and Ins new wife are county, has introduced a bill in theKan-san- s Register was teeming with arguments in interest of tho firm of Wagers & keeping hotel at the end of Big Hill and " Legislature, making the ten com- favor of this great civiiizer and cleanser, Cohen- Narrow Gap, on the Berea pike. mandments a part of the statutory law of and witnessed with pride the effects of Miss Bell Fish, assisted by her There has been 8 great 'deal of rock the State, and imposing heavy penalties its studied and steady efforts. But one mother, gave a pleasant evening to for their violation. The bHl begins: morning Marion Green was shocked to several friends at Lynnwood last put on our pike this winter by the popukeejler, Frank Jones-Mlar Whereas, The men of the present find the following misinterpretation of Thursday. John Robertson has arrangertwo generation have become doubters and his illegible chirography. What he Miss. Mamie McRobcrts is expected scoffers, and really wrote was, "When Richmond get from Danville to be the guest of Mrs. large barns for the accomodation of hie own 6tock, as the public's and all Whereas,' They no longer live in fear water works she will be blossoming f L S. Ellis,ywho is quite sick at hor who want aa'ell to be treated well while! bey of God, and she rose." Old Printer promptly set ii home on Second St. vi-are sojourniug fn the neighborhood, of Whereas, Having no fear of punisb-nij- . p gets water work Miss Bessie Spears was chosen Mallory Springs would do well to' stop beyond the crave, they wantonly sue will Jh bleeding at the none." We violate the law given to the world from have no complaint as yet to make of our President ,of the Y. W. C. A. of Mad- with him.- - r r Hinai. -i bargain with the water company, lint if ison Institute, and a bettor selection Rev 'Creekmore is doing good work MOST PERFECT' MADE .. 4iThen follows the first ten sections of it should ever "put the screws" to the could not have been made. jr. i' t with Pilot Knob church prayer'mesting, Ajwre,GripeCream,offartPowdr; Fnx bill, the ten commandments of Mc-e- ee taxpayers of Richmond 'this prophetic j Mrs. John Moberley; who has been the aad aid society;' Tbe trow AmmoniAlum or any ctfaar aJMJtewtt verbatim. paragraph will come into request twe. for, r some I Weeks thegaesff of Mrs. i 40. YEARS TUB STAMMBP. ! it THE CLIMAX. The Printing N0 COMPROMISE WITH DISHONORS; al Iiea w Oman's COMMKiSIOWErS ork New mirm Surles Notice fn Creditors. Madimix Cutcvrr Courr. fSSiSsSS)S Brower, Scott CABPETS, - - T. B. Hackett'B Trustee, All persona hTinr cKims against T. B. Haekett, are hereby notified to file the same legally Terifled, with the nadersiened on or before the 15th day of JTiJxh, 1W7, or same 8. E. SCOTT, will be barred. mch3-Jw Oil Petition. afrwfM&im &Frazee,! FOMTURE, WAUPAPES. DRAPERIES. $' Kennedy, al - M. C M. C. C. if m -- BED WETTING CURED Wis. OR NO PAY. rvV Mas. B. M. BOWAN, Milwaukee, mchJ-ljr Courier-Journallnsis- T- 1 ls ::SADDLERY.:: DUUOHBH WE HAVE JUST OPENED A LINE OP NEW COUCHES" Covered -- sHi 1 d - K to-da- &i"-.- al n, S al al cod's Sarsaparilla t. Jl'ol. IP vSi4 DO DO 1 XO OO DO .. al TWO - FARMS iFRj in Corduroy, different color. from sm Covered in Leather, different coiors, from lr. Covered in Carpetijigy diffeient color, from 7 L( y. u,. in ., r0 rjv &4 Z?i . See Display on first Floor. SPECIAL KEW STYLES IX Folding Beds, Chamber Suit, Brass Beds, It,,,, ;, and Baby Carrimji mat-t- er al smug-face- d SALE a.-- e At Walteb Aibkll's Littebt Stable. All kinds of hand-mad- e harness, cheaper than can be bought any where in Richmond. Gire us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction feb24-t- f guaranted. Geo. Wlhite. i yA 21 I ."-- j al J.H.MEFF&C0. Mairi Stixjot, (Opposite Glyndon.) WHITE'S - Correct Prices. Brower, i.vasjk'j 32-3- 1 Country Produce Bought and Highest Cash Market Price Paid. Sold. Who can think An of seme simple tktnv fn n.t.ntl you iny may tnnf Patentwruta. r"cv.Zuur Write JOHN WKUDEKBDR.' CO, Attorneys. Washington. D. &. for tbt lr tXSKO prise offer Catalogues Furnished on Application. .5v - .w7. S7'Z?'S7 ess M A Courier-Journa- chnr-he- s, Wanted-- ": Idea t Scott & Frazee X 4 one-thir- d and list of two hundred lnveatlons wanted. I Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Vice-Pres- i- to-da- y. lis Speediest Horses, SPRING S. w " "I n it i i i i i rjLuwnyu. W W W T T h. T jfV wr arc-no- t r(S. it it ii It i i TVe have the best plows the fiicto-rie- s I I II It ct bi.i-g- le well-founde- d, The Finest Rigs, The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- produce. If you expect to do an plowing the coming spring, and already supplied with plows, you cannot afford to buy before giving u a call. Everything kept in a well equipped hardware house is found in our stock. nt tention, The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Your "Cousin," c, Dros-pero- us d, P. B. BROADDUS, Hnnley's Old Stand. No. 28. 33 Shackelford --- $- Gentry, TS-Z- II t ! i M EICHMO D, KENI UCK Y. al WE ARE IN IT T PERSONAL,. step-fath- if. FEBRUAUT 13 1 lOOl 3 We open in our new house, next door to the Farmer's National Bank, fornix h Son, having sold out all our stock at auction, we open with a occupied by Klein new stock, the largest and best in Eichmond and Black-wel- l, mom d to-da- y, hav-Dee- We want youir custom and we will give you the best bargains ever offered before in the county Men's Suits at 8250, Boy's Suits at 50c. Boy's Knee Suits at 58c. Men's Shoes at 75c. - ' Ladies' Shoes at 75c. - yd.-Cottons, ., -- worth 86.00 worth 4.00 worth 1.50 worth worth 1.25 1.50 editor-in-chi- 3cts, a 4cts. a yd. Ginghams, 4cts. a yd, Dress Goods, - 8cts. a yd. Carpets, - - 9cts. a yd. Floor Oilcloth, 18cts,a yd. Lace Curtains, 38cts. a pr. Calicoes, bbbLbbbbbbbb5 V a sLbbkc I Overcoatsland Capes at your own prices, Table Linens at 15cts. a yd., and every- thing you need in JNotions and Furnishing Goods cheaper than ever offered before; We want your trade and we will save.;you money. Don't forget our place. toll-gat- e r. nt n d , NE1W YORK STORE, point BAKING " Ht- CREAM pp Town, Klein ,, . t5t Son v 8 Old . Stahd.-Co- me ar Everybody. Sunday-echoo- U j -- t't MY '- - Si ' jr n v a ij, 1 i- - ,; -- ... sir- - a c . -v Kentucky. - J ', - i -- J - . . k&l&r'.. ASj THE? CLIMAX' WEDNESDAY. ATARC1T 10, 1S07. Dick Tribblo, a colored lad, was drowned at Ford Friday. Do you want a bronze clock free? See White & Gibson's ad. Ed. Rowland's meat store was burglarized Saturday night. Sir. Palmer has presented Caldwell High School with a fine clock. Elder C. P. Williamson, paralyzed lately at Atlanta, is nearly well. R. A R. S Crow are agents for Honaker's cut flowers and flower seeds. Sweet peas, pansies, verbo-na- s, asters, nasturtium, and all vamaking. rieties, 5 and 10 cents per package. Rev. Dr. J. V. Logan will preach Tube rose bulbs 25 and 50 cents per at Whites Station Chapel on Sunday, dozen. March 14. if. A. BiggerhtalT sold 30 nice porkers to John Wagers ye'sterday for 3.10. Mrs. J. 51. Smith has gone to Louisville for new styles in Dress- -- Jphn Thomas, .wanted al Cov- Son3 of Confederate Veterans. ngtorr for moonshinhur. eluded offi JDr. J. M. is arranging to cers. Stringer and Gentry although. organize u Camp of Sons of Confedix leaaon messengers were sent erate Veterans. All persons interafter him. Thomas was in hiding ested Avillfcall upon him for any Innear Speedwell. formation in regard to the organizaMrs. V. T. Griggs was awarded tion. the gold watch offered by Taylor Large Sales ol Merchandise. Bros., at Waco, forjruessing nearest Reports from Waco give another the number of words in McKinloy's inaugural address. Thero were 3,9(54 big day of sales of merchandise by C. L. Searcy. No such quality of words, only 7 more than she guessed. merchandise ever passed over the The saw mill of M. F. Wharton, counter in one day at Waco or did at at Valley View, which has beenidle his storo house on last Saturday for six months will resumo operations Don't imagine that it docs not pay to in the .near future under the firm advertise. name of Wharton & Roberts, who A Good Boy Goes Astray. Debate at Central University. The citizens of Richmond are cordially invited to attend the Second J?rfce Debate of the Philaletbean Society at College Chapel next Friday night, March 12th. Subject, resolved "That Military Heroes are More Deserving Than Statesmen." Debaters, Messrs. G. P. Scott, R. N. Krieger, Joseph Mansfield and John Noland. ' "In Old Madrid" to Return. MARRIED. Royce-Jouxso3rr. A. J. Royco and Miss Rebecca Johnson "were married at tho home of tho bride at Kirksville last Wednesday. W Some of the Greatest Bargains That Will be Offered by any Firm in the City are now on Sale &' Mr. J. A. Royce, of Bath county, and Miss Rebecca Johnson, of Kirksville, were married on March 3, at Kirksville by Rev. W. R. Potter. Royoe-Joiinsox. KM Theatre goers will bo delighted to knew that they will have another opportu- BIRTHS. logs. have already bought a great many After a long confinement to Lis room popular Al. McCormack is out again. A beautiful bronze clock given to htore. See ad. Miss Tempie Oldham has for sale a nice line of boy's and girl's hats, selected with care. Boyd Wagers bought of College Hill parties here last week a nice lot of hogs at 3c. per lb. "In Old Madrid" and "Follies of Mr. Robert S. Taylor whose the Night" at Opera House Friday friends are limited only by his large and Saturday nights. acquaintance, is salesman at Wallace Mr. J. 11. Kennedy will ask to &Rice's. The handsome window bo appointed city agent for the Louis- decorations are the products of his artistic taste and bkill. He is at ville Daily Dispatch. surrey, in home to everybody. For sale, a drop-set, Richard Tribble, a young colored perfect coneition. Call on H. man, was drowned in the Kentucky Lancaster Avenue. river at Ford. While trying to jump See ad. of Surles & Kennedy, from log to log he fell, striking his pianos, organs, etc. Next door to head, fracturing his skull. lie tumRichmond National Bank. bled into the water, and was drowned Sparkles in clothing from the before help could arrive. fountain of fashion at hard time The high waters of last week prices. Covington & Mitchell. creafu a great deal of extra wo:r".-Mrs. Joe Cohen, mother of Mr. for farmers, as most of them had Mat Cohen, of this city, orders the more or less fencing washed out. Climax to be sent her at Versailles. Post and railing and plank fencing of land that crossed small streams were My residence and rent. West Main street, Richmond. washed up and taken some distance for C H. PIGG. by the currents. An object of admiration. Any Elder Lloyd was detained by high and could not fill man who wears one of our eight and water in Indiana ten dollar suits, instantly become an his pulpit Sunday morning. object of admiration not of himself Mrs. H. Schmidt's confectioner' alone but of every one who sees him. was closed by the sheriff on Thurs- These are no shoddy mixtures, but day on a rent attachment by Owen clean long fiber wool goods. McKee. & Mitchell. On Saturday last Jennie White The Jesse Newby home place Charles Ballard, was rented for ?250.50 by Mr. B. B. shot her colored, inflicting a painful wound Million. Capt. Fcrrill auctioneer. in the jaw. Capt. Ferrill will cry the Noland --Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Miller are Bros', auction at Union City, on the now at home to their friends, having 13th; the Shmidt confectionery aucrented the Wm. Powell cottage on tion on the 13th; and the B. H.Neale sale April 3. See ad. Walnut street. house-to-house at cash purchasers at White & Gibson's The students entertainment at Madison Institute on Saturday night General Clay Improving. was an enjoyable one. Those who General Cassius M. Clay, lying in took part were Misses Moberly,Smith, bed ill at his White Hall home, McCord, Letton, Parks, Woodford, writes as follows to tho Climax, on Miner, Chenault, Speed, Crooko LewMarch 5: "I am better but have not is and Breck. quit my bed yet. Hnclose J find L25 Despite the hard times and the for another year's Climax." fact that no lecture course ever paid The New York Journal devoted an its promoters here, Mrs. Gibson,?sole entire page to General Clay on Sun manager of the last series has cleared day, February 28. Tho article was elaborately illustrated and was writabout $90. She makes a canvass and for her trouble ten by a correspondent sent from New York for that special purpose. has funds to spare. Toll Gate Raiders In Madison. e The first depredation by raiders in Madison occurred on Friday night last when three gates were torn down, the one on the Kirksville pike kept by Mrs. Grady, at Round Hill kept by George Prewitt, and the Hyattsville gate kept by Layton-Th- e forks were pulled up and the was poles hauled away. posted on the Hyattsville gate warning the keeper that tho toll house would be burned if the poll was replaced. toll-gat- Stephen Jones, aged 19, son of Fen-to- n Jones, was lodged in jail Monday for breaking into the store of Todd Bros., at Brassfleld. A saddle, a suit of clothes, a little money, and other articles were found in his possession. Detective O'Neil gathered him in, and the examining trial will be held His character has always been above Teproach. to-da- y. nity of seeing this delightful comedy Barlow. To the wife of Richard and also pleased to learn that Mr. Jones and his company will leraain two nights Barlow on Monday, a girl. in Richmond and in addition to ' In Old Shearer. To tho wife of Mr. L. Madrid," "Follies of a Night" will be O. Shearer, of Balwin, last Wedpresented the second night oi their en- nesday, a boy. gagement here. This company is playThe home of Judge Jas-M- . Benton. ing two night stands everywhere this Benton, of Winchester, was gladprice of ad- dened on March 3, by tho arrival of a season at a straight mission and with the excellent perform- bouncing boy William Covington, ances given, arc doing an enormous learned for tho Judgo's father and .business. The dates here are March 12 mother, Squire Wm. Benton and and 13th. Anno Covington Benton, of Waco, this cc ify. New Officers Chosen. McElwaine. To tho wife of Mr. meeting of the The third quarterly recently organized Blue Gras3 Den "'ugh McElwaine, on tho 2d inst.,a tal Association, in session here las. w pound girl. This birth was a week, elected tho following officers: .source of equally as much joy to Mr. President, Dr. W. W. Justice, and Mrs. J. W. Bales as to tho parents. The little youngster will bo a Winchester. Vice President, Dr. D. W. Proctor, great pot in the Bales home, as well as with tho many friends of its Mt. Sterling. Secretary, W. P. McQuown, George mother and father. It has been named Mattie Elisaph, tho latter a town. Treasurer, J. W. Stapleton, Win- Bible name. chester. Winchester was solected as tho next place of meeting and Juno 1, Fowler. Mrs. Marietta Fowler, near the time. Dr. A. Wilkes Smith, retiring Syloam church, died Sunday morning, President, entertained tho conven- after a 6hort illness, aged about 53 years. Kii.e. Near Youngers, Boone county, tion at a handsome supper at West-ovMo., February 17th, A. S. Kile, aged 84 Terrace. years. Mr. Kile was a native of MadiA West End Monarch Now" Reigns Over An son county, but moved to Boone county Up Town Yard. nd 25-ce- at the 1ms . Oo lol of beautiful Piques and Ducks, white grounds with colored stripes. Dots and figures are being oltered at bc. per yd. lhese goods maKe oeantiim waists lor cnuciren, snirta tor men, dresses and dress skirts for ladies, they have just been received, being a line that was closed out by us from a large Eastern house, they are cheap at 12Ac. per yd. DEATHS. i One lot (about 35 pieces) of East Colored Percales in all the new patterns and shirting styles, are being offered at per yd. These goods are equal in quality to any 12ic percales you can buy. 31-In- ch 8-3-- l!l c. WE ARE OFFERING FOR A FEW DAYS OUR CELEBRATED er jjg - 'iPv j 36-Inch "CmmmbiriG lie. Wy-gan- Desirable Rccidence To Be Sold. The handsome residence on Third and Moberley Avenue, adjoining the property known as the T. S. Bron-sto- n place, considered one of the best constructed and most desirable homes in the city, will be sold pub. licly on Saturday, April 3, at 2 o'clock as the owner has removed to another State. The place is "specially desirable for those having children to educate, as it is only one square from the public school. A full description in the advertising column. To Locate In Tennessee. fifty yearsago. Columbia, (Mo.) Herald. Capt. J, Speed Smith's yard is miHakkis. Mrs. J. Harris, aged 87 years, nus one of the stately shade trees died February 20th, at Yountsville, Cat, which are so ornamental to tho resiwas Mize, She was a dent portion of the "West End," it Her maiden namecounty and a sister of of Estill been taken up "lock, Btock native having Mrs. Nancy Pij:g. of this county, and and.barrel" and transplanted in the, aunt of Judge Riddell, of Irvine. unyard of Mr. C. D. Chenault. The At least 100 Kentucky sports will see usual occurrence took placelastweek fijdit on the 17. and the transformed appearance of the Corbett-Fitzsimmo- Percale- "Wide in 75 different styles having just recieved. that many new pieces at the very low price of per yd. AVe have the exclusive sale on these percales in this city, they are a great deal finer, and much better quality than any percale in the market. Call and select what you need in percales while we are oilering them at this, price, they have always been 15c. per yd. the Chenault yard, hitherto barren of shade trees, is very noticeable. The custom of transplanting trees has long been in vogue in large cities, particularly in Chicago, where, on Michigan Avenue giant monarchs of the forest, many at a thousand dollars each, have been transplanted along the barren lake front. The Madstone Needed. MasonviUe Bleach Cotton List of Letters. Chenault John (Col.) Chenault Lizzie Mrs. Jackson Harry. Ijinter K. D. LeMare Frank. Risk Jessie. Terrill George. J B. WILLIS, Postmaster. Rf7 PerJ . . . . ". Fruit of tho Loom Bleach Cotton Green Ticket Bleach Cotton Hope Bleach Cotton Good Yaid Wide Bleach Cotton clear of dressing . . fi'f7 Pryd. rVP Pcryd- R AAA Brown Cotton, 5c a yd. Good P .c p Per ' per yd. Shirting Cotton in Stripes and Plaids, 5c a yd. per yd. Lonsdale Cambric and Berkly 8 Cambric, V t, JL Sit Qov-ingt- son-in-la- w, The management of the Kentucky Midland has changed the name of that road to theTrankfort & Cin- Jackson and Haley, who were Their is not a vacant house in Adair- arrested for disturbing a tent meetville. ing of Rev. McMurry near Berea last WAXTED-Capa- ble summer, have retaliated by having party to manage cinnati Railway. Another Old Violin. the minister arrested for false swearbusiness, salary SCO per month and perA. D. Gooey, of Valley View, is Persons wishing to buy a drop-se- ing. McMurry was examined before centage. $100 cash capital required Adurry, in perfect condition, at a Judge Burnam on Monday and gave the proud possessor of a violin over dress with stamp, Box 481 Louisville two hundred years old. It has been bargain, should call on H. Wyjiant, $100 bond for his appearance. Ky., It handed down as a gift among his on Lancaster Avenue. a, W. Tom Burns, suicided at ancestors for one hundred and twenty-of Daviess county PopuThe new spring styles in hats .ire A Good Man. on Monday, by shooting him- five years. Through the fifth hole lists March loth. in all the self in beautiful. We have them It is estimated that about 500 Kentucky The population of Breckenriuse county the mouth. He was a brother-in-la- can be seen a slip o paper yellow Grocery dealers thoughout KenHow mucli business can a man do Republicans attended the inauguration increased last year by biuhs over deaths latest things at popular prices. of Mrs. T. H. Hart, this city. with age having the following im- tucky now have tho opportunity to Covhigton & Mitchell. 17S. He was 55 years old, a prominent print thereon: Antonius Stradiva-fiu- s. secure tho unrivaled goods "handled whose sj stem is in a state of (Jisorncr? of McKinlev. Headache is only a symptom. It is not is in Republican, a member of several 1G98 The fruit crop in Garrard by Austin, Nichols & Co., Importers a Cremonenfis Faciebat Anno While no physicians or pharmacist can Consumption can often be prevented disease. The pain in the head is the fine shape, and was not damaged by secret orders, and leaves four child As the name implies and according and Wholesale Grocers, who have bv giving early attention to a cold, conscientiously warrant a cure, the J. C. missian of rebellion. There have recent severe weather. A tremejid-ou- s ren. Miss Mary Clay Lilly and to the Encyclopedia Brittanica, it is established a Kentucky and Tenn- takes in diet and other abuses.been whether slight or severe. A cold quickly AyerCo guarantee tlie purity, strength, Madge and Mayme a genuinco Italian make being a essee route and placed it in charge of nieces, Misses peach crop is predicted. disappears when Dr. Bells Pine Tar and medicinal virtues of Avers Sarsapar-Houe- v Dr. Pierce's pleasant Pellet are a genr Hart, attended the funeral. Cremonia, the model for our modern Mr. Joseph W. Irvine, a well known ad It ilia. It was the only is taken. R. K. Moberley's store, at tle, efTecsive renovator and invigoratorof violins. traveling salesman. This firm is tho of stomach, liver and bowels. mitted at the great "World's Fair in When you get ready to make an was burgalized on Tuesday Tho mnrilpr trinl of "Rnbprt Coleman . aslargest in tho world in their line and sist nature without threateringThe' tear has begun in the HopkinsilIc Circuit j Chicago, 1S93. It Musicale By Miss Paltie's Class. night and considerable merchandise investment, you decide after mature to deliberation what you want to inNo clue to the robbers. charged with the pupil's musicale will be given by employ 174 traveling salesmen the body taken. A few tocacco beds have been burned, A There are no grip- Court Coleman is vest your earned money in. It at Dr. M. C. whose territory extends from Canada -Waltet Azbill is mourning over is businesshardwant the best returns Miss Mary Pattio's class next Friday to Central America and whose sales ing pains, no nausea. One is a laxative. killing of Ed Long at a dance last May. but nothing like the number in former to A Book of 1003 pases, profusely illusyears. a buggy smashed by a runaway horse for every dollar, why not apply this Heath's residence on Cured.. for last year aggregated twenty one trated, written by Dr. R. V. Pierce, calRheumatism Quickly at 8 p. in. Following is the program : on Sunday. Lon Griggs and Claude Dangers of the Grip. arAfter having been contineil to tho business sense to the clothing you Piano Duet "Rondo No. 6". Weber millions of dollars. There is no led "The People's Common Sense MedBarnett were upset but not hurt. Pattie. ticle in the staple or fancy grocery ical Adviser," will be sent free for 21 louse for eleven days and paj ing out j The greatest danger from La Grippe is wear, l ne same ousmess principles Vocal SoloMisses Tavlor andthe Summer &i "Gaily Chant If reasonDe Pinna line which is not manufactured or . Howard Messimer, arising young should govern you in this matter. uiras" 25. in doctor hills without benefit, Mr. of its resulting in pneumonia. t stamps to cover cost of mailing Miss Annie Bennett. fourteen-stor- y r. mvrsij ft m used, however, and Cham- ii l i i comedian, will play Josh Reuben, We are here to show you what we Piano Solo "Album Leaf Kirchner packed in their mammoth only. World's Dispensary Medical As- Frank Dolson of Saul Ste. Marie, Mich., able cure is building in New York. Four sociation, No. 003 Main Street, Buffalo, was cured bj one bottle of Chambrlain's berlain's Cough Remedy taken, all dan- Miss Annie Mccollnm. w3)Su the sporty old farmer who makes all have to otter j ou. Come and inves- Vocal I Love You, Dear".Hawley hundred men are employed in that Miss Pain Balm costing 25 cents and has not ger w ill be avoided. Among the tens of the trouble in the Sporting Craze. tigate. We are ottering high class Piano SoIB "After Florrie Heath. X. Y. It Lichner giant edifice which is a perfect exSchool" since been troubled with that coaiplaint. thousands who have used this remedy Daughters of the Confederacy clothing at very low prices. Cov- Vocal Solo Miss Nannie Hunt Powell. Luckstone position within itself. Mr. Irvine, Metcalfe county is sutTering from a For sale by W. G. "White. Thp .nhnvp int rpnresents one of the hand&ome Bronze Clock1 "Lullaby" mar3 lm j for la grippe, we have yet to learn of a & Mitchell. Miss Elsie McCown. will hold a meeting at the Public ington now on exhibition at our store, which we propose to give our UrW although unacquainted here, is re widespread epidemic of measles. single case having reauitea in pneumonia, Bohm Vocal Duet "Entreaty" Library Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Miss Ida Webb took her life a". Gleen-vill- which shows conclusively that this remPoultry Pays. Cash Customers entirelv free of charge, in consideration of their C Misses Bennett and Crow. .Watton lated to the Irvines, Caldwells and . It is not to be wondered at that Aycr's Vocal Solo "Anchored" liberal patronage. This Special Offer, winch will hold good for a K, to be present. All members requested in Adair county, by taking strych- edy is a certain preventive of that dread money in poultry Mr. Waller Traynor. Phillipses, of Boyle and Marion, is Pills are in such universal demand. For There is more Ballet" Heavy rains seem to have packed for the amount invested and tho time Piano Solo "Air deSallie Taj lor. Chaminade an excellent salesman, and took sev- the cure of constipition, billousnoss, or nine. She was to have been married disease. It will effect a permanent cure Miss trade. firm any other complaint needing a laxative, and the cause of her rash acl is not in less time than any other treatment. the dirt around the wheat and started devoted to it than anything dse the Vocal Trio "Welcome Pretty PrimThese clocks are made of hronze, and are beantiful mantel orPinsute eral nice orders this week. His . rose" known. upon securing cold wave farmer raises. There is more money Crow. Misses Heath, Bennett and is to be congratulated naments, as well as first class time keepers. There four designs. The 25 and 50 cent sizes for Eale by W. it to growing nicely. A pills are unsurpassed. They are tl6c ' We will take pleasure in showing you the clocks. mar3 lm tho services of suce an efficient and su G. White. now would make it look mighty spent for eggs alone than for any March 12, 1307. easy to take, and every By means of punch cards or coupons we record your cash purTetter, and Ka.cma. popular gentleman. other article of produce. sickly. Aged One Hundred and doe is effective. It Stephen F. Davis, an inmate of the chases from time to lime, and when these purchases reach a The intense itching and smarting inciWe print the following upon tho re specified sum. accordinir to different designs of clocks, we will Heavy Rains And High Winds. 52,000 Guarantee. Feeling confident that honest The fanners are as anxious to see dent to theso diseases is instantly allayed Wefctern Kentucky Asylum made his Absolutely present yon with one of these Beautiful sponsibility of a member of the Friday last opened as beautiful as spring weather as they are to get $1 for by applying Chamberlain's Eye and escape. goods at lowest prices will secure Upon arrival of the Francis Jones Free. Skin Ointment. Many very bud cases Cleveland M. E. Church, just over a g morning, with a bright their wheat. more trade White & Gibson ofler free company tne management; Strayed. Trusting you will take advantage of this liberal offer, and favor win have been permanently cured b it. It four designs of bronze clocks to cash place in the show window of White's the river, opposite Clay's Ferry, this sun and balmy breezes. But fickle and favor us with your patronage, we remain, Very respectfully is equally efficient for itching piles and beThis day Fayette Vaughn camo The chronic grumbler still lives, but a favorite remedy for sore aipplesj jours. march asserted her right to the title purchasers. Drug Store $;,000 In cash and any county: chapped hand3, chilblains, frcet bitei fore me and made oath as required Hannah "White, departed this of the inconstant month, and before there are less cases of "Sis perforMiss Cecil Ivcrncss, a pretty and person dissatisfied with the life January 1897, aged 123 years. we knew it the sky was overcast with and Dyspepsia than formerly. The fact is and chronic sore oyea. 25 cts. ier box. by law nnd had posted, four hogs, guilts, the. value of $10. Three of charming vocalist, will render a mances of Francis Jones Company, Hannah White was born in Vir- leaden clouds, the winds whirled the so many people in the past have taken are Dr. Cady's Condition number of new selections in the will have money refunded at box ginia and camo to this county among dust and debris of tho streets hither Simmons Liver Regulator that they are just what a horso needs Powders, bad said hogs black and white spotted when in Sporting Craze at the opera house to- ofllce. condition. Tonic, blood pnrilicr and and one red. Given under my its early settler when Madison county and thither, and rain fell in torronts. now cured of these ills. And a great morrow night. They are not food but hand this February 6, 1897. Mr. Ham's Lecture. are now taking Simmies Liver vermifuge. was a wilderness. She belonged to For a while it seemed as if we were --u- wson. medicine and tho best in use t) put a U. S. Coyle, here Mr. Dan White and was set free from to have another calamitous visitation Regulator for the same trouble ami horse in prime condition. Prico 25 Mrs. Laura EsThe report that Hon. H. W. J. Ham's lecture inch3 4v J. P. M. C. kSH till Francis was recently married is Friday last c. "Old Times In Dixie" his farm. She was tho mother of IB of tho watery elements, so dense tho they'll soon be cured. "It is the best sents per package. y children and had 115 grandchildren. R&ine, Baltimore, comdown-poMr. Ciias. Thomas, of Midway, raid was a patriotic discourse, at a mistake; she is living very that objects a few yards medicine." Mrs. E. Tho citizens of Alexandria, Ky , to Iiis entire crp of hemp at top priee,$S35. It entertaining, but on the She lived a consistent christian and distant were invisible to tha eye. For Md- fortably and happily in her Lexingwhich Jackson and "Walling wentreinov ton home. whole not up to his pother lectures, died in full faith. Peace be to her half an hour the rain descended Clias. Drew is reported to have been ed. aro circulating a petition to Judge BEST OP ALL amid furious winds and rendered shot to death by Frank Lakes at Pine Georgetown has an electric street particularly "Snolligosters in Poli ashes. Helm asking that the execution be held To cleanee the system in a gentle and M. E. Church." hero two "Cleveland traveling perilous or impossible, but car line and Paris wants one. Rich- tics." The latter, delivered trnly beneficial manner, when the in Jackson It will be no desrespect to the no damage resulted in the city. Grove,old grudge. county, as the result is their town. "Wilford & Co. purchased the Reaves mond will get electricity when she years ago, was one of the finest .ever Springtime comes, use the true and peron However it was otherwise in the East- of an church but this is a terrible strain People buy Hood's Sarsaparilla year fect remedy, Syrup of FigF. One bottle flourishing mill at mayfield for $6,000. is struck by lightning and no sooner. heard here. "Not Exactly HABbi." tho intelligence or credulity of our ern part of the county. after year because it does then good. will answer for all the family and costs Blue Grass Nurseries. Don't be shocked! readers, and before we can endoree It only 50 cents; tho large size SI. Buy the To make the hair grow a natural color, Tho large barn of Wiley Burnes, . Thousands of people are in this condi It will do you good to take In another colnmn will be found this nnrrative we must solicit neigh- at Bobtown, was blown down, and the tion. They are not sick and yet they are The Grocery Store scone in the prevent baldness, and keep the scalp Concord is up to date if a littlct small. uenuine. Manufactured by the Califorsecond act of The Sporting Craze, is the Spring advertisement of this old bors and friends of the deceased to flag pole at Berea broken as a reed. by no means well. A single bottle of Hall's Hail Renewerwasinvent-ed- , twoxlady paper IiangeiB thero nia Fig syrup Company only, for sale by healthv, There are proved itself successful. It a marvel of realism of a country and established nursery. People verify this fstatement. Who is Bro. and The roof of tho restaurant at the Hood's Sarsaparilla would do them a who are doing big buiness. apr3 lta all druggists. store. The comedy of that name can patronize it with the absolute as- Harry Whito? Ho must bo about railroad crossing at Winchester was world of good. It would tone the stomTiie "divine healers" are creating l will be seen at tho opera house to- surance that everything they get one hundred himself. carried away, and much other similar ach, create an appetite, purify and enHenry Morton was elected Postmaster From Crippis Greek. much iuterest it Crittenden county. from it will bo as represented. Mr. morrow night. damage wrought in the path of the rich the blood and give wonderful igor taien permanent residence in anAltor a big fire in Cripple Creel:, I took in the Cloverport Republican contest to The Turnpike Question. H. Hillenmoyer, tho proprietor, has other State I desire to sell my residence propwind through Harrison and Nicho- and vitality. Now is the' time to take it. a very severe cold and tried many rem- decide the fight. Save, You Had Tko drip? Co., at bee"n in the business all his lifo and The Southern Lumber Thero are five main pikes entering erty, without reserve, It you have, you probably need a re Valley View, has repaired the tram- made an enviable reputation for fair Richmond which average 12 miles in las. edies without help, the cold only' becomOne of the best constructed, most convenient, To Consumptives. H. B. Dillingham liable medicine like Foley's Honey and and most desirable residences in Bichmond, at way which was damaged by the dealing. length to tho county line. There are Two barns of unroofed, 500 panels Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick head- ing more settled. After nsing thn.'esmall As an honest remedy Foley's Honey Tar to Iieal your lnngsand stop the rack- public sale, on ache, indigestion, biliousness. All drug- bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, recent high water, and began operatwo short roads, Barnes' Mill and at Seedwcllwero and Tar does not hold out false hopen in ing cough incidental to this disease. Kicked In The Head. of fence, and 14 pine trees in Henry gists. 2oc. It both the cough and cold left me,, and in advanced Rface"r but truthfully claims to tions last Monday, after a suspension miles each in length, Red House, 5 colt or a total of 70 miles. These roads Rayburn's yard were blown down. George Phelps' mar3 lm altitude it makes a meritorious comlort and relief in the very worst case, of two weeks. Ben Bradley, colored, was taken from this high April was hitched up for the first time on can probably be bought at an average Over four hundred panels of fencing good.-rB. remedy to do any and in the early stages to effect a cure. Carroll county Democrats will selec-Millersbnrg, where he is said to have cough Dr. Louis H. Landman, the ocu- Monday in a break cart, which he mile, or about $100,000. on Mrs. Belle Rayburn's placo were "killed his wife, to Paris, because there Hexhehsox, editor Daily AnviirnsEn. niar3 lm a Representative April 3. list and optician, of No. 503 W. 9th proceeded to break up and did not of $1,500 per ma 3 lm tho assess- blown down, a field of fodder was For bale by V. G. White. C St, Cincinnati, Ohio, will be at Mr. stop until ho had thrown out the Tho Constitution limitsexpenditures scattered h. w.& c. One mile distant where threats of lynching. Two story and half, 8 rooms, Meade county Populists will hold a TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. The champion load of tobaico, of county convention March 27. J. B. Willis' (postmaster), Main St., driver, Nick White, Jr., kicking him ment for such public in the case Mr. Dillard Borryman lost 500 panels "When a person is losingflesh and wastreception hall, bath room, Take taiative Bromo Quintal Tablets. All Henderson, wo&sold Thursday by Tom on Wednesday 10th Inst.; he will not into insensibility. Fortunately the of $2.60 per $1,000, which fence. The wind was terrific and the Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure. large eeller, finished throughNothBever Dam, O., Aug. 27th, 1S95. Book, of the Frog Island neighborhood. stop at the Glyndon Hotel from now horse was barefooted and Nick's of Madison would bo a sufilcient storm was very general from Cincin- ing away there is cause for alatm. 25c. For sale by W. G. White, Druggist, Itich- out in fine hard-woo- d gas meh3-6ing so worries a physician. Consump- On the wagon was loaded 4,916 'pounds lovyto buy the roads, in four or five My daughter, after being treated by xaona, ivy. on. skull was notfractured, though eight yours. This does not include, the! nati to Stanford. fixtures, force pump, sink; tives would never dieif they coult regain of tobacoo. four doctors, and being given up forlost, G. J. Wrhite & Son have for sale stitches were taken in his scalp. Tenant Wanted. ttieir usual weight. In fact there would many short pikes 1n which the stable, garden, outbuildings, a neighbor recommended Foley's Kidnev 5 work mules one pair nice sorrel March Atirll Mav Little Boy's Midget Newspaper. county owns a half interest, or more. Cure. she is able to walk several Farm tenant, share rent, fresh clover be no consumption f there wast no wastshade and fruit trees, terraced mare mules, G and 7 years of age, months. in which to give special miles without fatigue. I feel we would Tho question which tho impatient land for corn, 20 to 35 acres. Man must ing of the system. The cause of this loss The smallest paper published in lawn, well fenced, everything over 1G hands, well broke and sound. Kentutkyhas made its appearance 'free pikers" should consider, is have team and live in a box of flesh is a failure to properly digest the attention to the condition ot your have lost her if itTvas not for your mediin good repair. mare, "2 nice at Irvine. Robert A. Carse, a son of that these purdic highways cannot cabin. A good chance for a reliable food eaten. One nice of all aur diseas- cal health. If you pass safely through cine. Respectfully, Sale at 2 o'clock, p. mM on. I will sell at public sale to the highest bidder, medium." mare and horse mules. Councilman A. E. Carse, of Rich bomadofree until tho people by a man. Situated 3 miles from Kirksville; es date back to some derangement of the these months and find yourself strong Mrs. J. M Bailey, ji on the premises, corner Third to him, White's Station. mond, is tho paper's editor. He is Telephone stomach. and Vigorous, on tho arrival oi rarmer vote next November do- -, take Barnes' Mill pike. iuar3 lm SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1897, and Mcberley Avenue, adjoinThe Shaker Digstlve Cordial will stop weathertyou will ho well in sunnier. ROBERT LONG, Three negroes were indicted at only eleven years old. Tho paper is cide they aro willing to "be taxed for "Work has been started on tho newing the property known as and is printed in regu- these roads. It is unwise, unlawful, this wasting of the body. It acts by caus- Now is the time to take Hood s Mrsapar- Ky, Cottonburg, At 10 o'clock, a. m., promptly, three miles from Nicholasvillo for waylaying Deputy 5x5 inches, Methodist Church atShelby villc Richmond on the Bichco-s- a and XeiiatrtOB the T. S. Bronston place. ing the food, lor undigested food" does illrt, because, now is the time wlUn the Logan Young on November lar newspaper form, beginning with and demoralizing to make these asSheriff turnpike, the following: Acbbs of H Bales & JfcElwajnosold to JfcGibben, mora "harm than good. The Cordial con blood must bj purified enrich d and TBRMS jtooaland. There la a spites on this land that "That Tixef Tetliaar" Cash, ba&if c and wo hope 2 last, and tho investigation disclosed Number one and Volume One. The saults on the t never goeH dry .i At the same time I vriU sell a ' of Kew York, an extra nico paper is called "Tho Irvine News," will cease their depreda--tion- s. horse for $500. They sold to General tains food already digested and isa diges vitalized, and becausj"lIood b, rsa par- - overcomes us Ue iafcrior grepa rats ins number of Horse Stock. Mares, CoHs, Ac. in 6 and 12 months. the peculiar fact that shooting and HBecrupuloug. dial Also Borne Aldorney Heifers arm two Much . are recommended by ilia i the only, true bkiod pwifi 'The oeoplo wfll vote the tax, Eckels, of New York, another ojji the ter oi foods aa wellwounding from ambush carries the and ds the smallest paper. In the cows. Terns umcxbowb oa day ot wt. bo proper in thapablkeya today. 'Hood's ers w "imt'm good h Foley's Hoaey'itd k. rt - , ' maximum punishment of five years, State. Robert Is a sprightly little if they gpe fit, and - B.M.MML&. Bame kind ami at the same once. Hfi? Every mother bates fomake her chil SarBSariUajbak power WWWy m beer- Tf CowiBSyrnp," whea we JukwI; The --- ; 'IT. Bv Also tw MMt good tesd.SvMk aiee .. while the same offense, without fellow and "wH remembered hero. to wait on their decision. ? S --&'h sfcoo tbartm-- . iwliHaiiiim ttad Mtaiuet uBvlted JoeriW ot Urn gnat mtifii ;gifdv yar i " wounding, can be punished by a ,ten. His Bister is the wife of Mr. Mati coufte"will handle offenders severely: Additional personals on, our first dren take. Castor 'UilJ IAX9i is swnL S.X. X. ! .. . Gm&tQBStT !i-- "1 v tfe Haoker, operator at Irvine. in years' .sentence. i1 T1 w j. ;j3- i.-qik . 3v.- i'ifcKt'&toi.; r - --Jtr 7wffff"fMMBi iffOTiBffmffi '. ?.. .... t V- it iwWBKIHm jfr iXa WTyWjHM753feg.Ji fet tdftHtty 'Matt969Lk'3h9ftdaMKK 'v' imJirkWmmKm' HMKrtXrLV at Mi J. W. Eads, son of Mr. Wilson Eads, of Red House, left on Saturday to locate inr Columbia. Tenn., from which place he will travel in the interest of Rand, McNally&Co., manufacturers of maps, chaiU and school supplies. Mr. R.'L. Eads, formerly of Richmond, is located al Columbia, and is in the same business. Mr Ead3 came jn on Friday and subscribed for theCi.iMAX and expressed the hope that our Red House correspondent would keep uuliis letters to the Climax: Cyr-thian- On Friday night Mr. A. D. Miller, one of the Climax proprietors, was bitten on the thumb by a young dog and instantly it.wentmad, frothed at the mouth, and fell in a fit, all of which indicated hydrophobia in a violent form. Mr. Miller promptly n killed the dog but paid little to the very slight scratch on his thumb until it swelled and grew painful, whereupon, in company with Judge J. C. Chenault, he drove down to Clay's Ferry and consulted the madstone owned by Mr. Clifton Burgin. The stone quickly adhered to the wound and remained for a half hour. This convinced all that the dog's poisonous fangs had done their work, and only the precaution which Mr. Miller had taken probably saved his life. Moral: Dog bite, pistol, madstone. atten-tentio- It is said Hanning will & Co., of Clover-por- start another distillery in The prettiest, newest and largest line of Hambnrgs and Laces are being shown by us at the lowest prices in the City. Hawesville. Get Our Prces on Carpets, Mattings and Oilcloths. mm 9m mW 9mW ItBH SSS Are much in little; alwajs ready, efficient, satisfac tory; pre vent a cold or fever, cure all lirer Ilia, rtclc head ache, jaundice, conrtlpaUon, etc Price 25 cenU. The only nils to take with Hood's Srjparllla. PHSs Respectfully, W. D. O LDHAM & CO. 41m R . : 4 Mil Mags-meeti- 4m I' Vi 5 w Mob-erle- y, blood-purifie- I hJkf 'aK'TX-iveik- m M piece-mea- l. ! -- iyllllffi manic fe$ -- pne-cen- ' m H illiliilllilii ssSB FOR ira&e.ti e, -- d, Salt-Rheu- m Twenty-Thre- e. Time-keepe- rs mid-sprin- chronic-Indigestio- mul-titud- White &... timeejex-ceedingl- ur Dry Goods. I RESIDENCE jrl 3,1, h-'- s FOR SALE! to-w- Ha-rln- three-year-ol- d G. Salurk i i ! m j i- To-da- y Are-th- e PUBLIC SALE! Nine-tent- hs , two-thir- J L. I Fo-r- rr toll-gate- s, wallc-tro- i tho-raidei- s tptoca-inenl- ly -- I " yjtf5Ji Macfc-nic- IT- Jrr tri7"- ."IW JmrnrnW a2sc k ' kf -- -. ,-- v -- 5sr:.Kt-'s.s.S- ..-::!- -- i T Jpfi'$ mmmmmmmmW fliB t 3r ' ' v "r - 7f c fmHH t' aBHHHEtHBBvaMsK'vajsH z KENTUCKY NEWS. On NEWT LANE MAJ. A. T. WOOD Appointed United Statea Senttnr From to Succeed J. C. b. lllack-bor- n. & Trial for the Murder of Col. (toden baaghaud Eon, Acquitted by tho Jury. rba Vebsailles, Ky., March 2. William Newton Lane is a free man Monday the jury in the oaso against Lane ALONZO WALLING charging him with the murder of CoL Hakes a Form l Appeal for III Ufa to Henry C Rodenbaugh, brought in a Got. ItrartSry. verdict of acquittal at 5 o'clock Monday Ky. , March S. AIoqzo ' Walling- has made a formal appeal to vfternoon. Lane, who was sitting with his wife and sisters, betrayed just a Gov. Bradley for clemency. filed nervousness as the 13 In a pathetic letter to the only power littlethe courtroom, and whenmen verInto the that can save his life he has told all dict was read he gave vent to a cry of that he says he knows concerning the joy. Lane left immediately with his crime for which he is under death senwife for the home of his brother-in-latence. Robt. McConnell, three miles Cast down in despair over Scott Jacksouth of Versailles, where they will son's failure to make a full confession spend the night, and Tuesday will go and thus save his neck, as he promised, to their home in Fayette county. Walling has albo broken the strange The killing for which Lane was influence which his companion has twice tried occurred at the Hotel held over him, and his efforts will be Woodford. August 5, 1893. Lane had hencoforth directed in his personal been a guest of the hotel, and while he interest only, lie has abandoned all was intoxicated an altercation occonfidence in Jackson, declaring that curred between Lane and Col. he no longer believes the latter in- Rodenbaugh, ? proprietor of tho tends to keep his pledge tosare him by hotel, son Rodenbaugh's and true story of the crime. telling the James over a board bill, which Trains iorth and ast Annulled. resulted in Lane's shooting both fathLouisville, Ky., March a The er and son. Lane claimed that the Pennsylvania annulled all trains north shooting was in after and cast Saturday on account of the young Rodeubaugh had drawn a pistol Indiana flood. The Baltimore & Ohio on him and Col. Rodenbaugh had Southwestern started a train for Cinstruck him. cinnati at 10 o'clock Saturday morning At the first trial, a year ago, the jury and will try and get one to St. failed to agree, and Lane was given Saturday night. The Louisville, New his liberty under 57,500 bond. Albany & Chicago scut out a Chicago Iroblnjr Three Klltlncs. train via the 11. fc O. S. W. and the Big Matfiei.d, Ky., March 2. March Four, which is open all the way. The term of circuit court met here MonCumberland Gap tunnel of the Louisday. Judge Moss issued rigid instructville & Xashvllle has caved in again. ions to the grand jury demanding Passengers arc being transferred. that a thorough investigation be made Nearly Drttrn to Death by White Cap. of the mobs .here last month. The Stubgis, Ky., March 8. Three Ne- cases to bo investigated will be tho groes named ltarnhill, Jones and Simp- shooting of Geo. Finney by the mob son, were brought here Sunday night and the killing of a negro boy as realmost in a dying condition from the sult of, the race trouble, which occurreffects of a visit by white capsto Rock ed after tho lynching of Jim Stone, Springs, Webster county, Saturday the negro who assaulted Mr. Greene. night. The Negroes were shot and Sensational developments are expectwhipped; another Negro was badly ed. beaten. The settlement of Negroes A Narrow Escape. at Eock Springs were warned ten Paducah, Ky., March 2. Two fast days ago to leave, but they refused to passenger trains over the Illinois Cenheed the warning. tral, running at a high rate of speed, by some mibtake ran past the sidings Cyclone In litli Countj. Owixosville, Ky., March S. A cy- and met near Wickllffe, Ky. One was clone passed over the northern and loaied with mardi gras excursionists and the other had a coach of officials eastern portions of thi- county, blowamong tho "cars. The speed of both ing down houses and barns and uprooting trees. Two barns on the farm engines was reversed in time to avert of Clay Donan, each containing 15.00C a terrible wreck. As it was the locopounds of tobacco, were blown down motives wore touching cowcatchers and their contents strewn by the wind. when stopped. Several other barns were completely Ilia Kxtra bemilou. Ky., March 2. Gov. FnANKFOirr, destroyed and others partly sa Bradley arrived here Monday night Ky. Murder at Ilorer, Dover, Ky., March S. Saturday and his proclamation calling the legismorning at an early hour II. A. Ewing, lature in session is expected to bo anemployed by the Crane Lumber Co., of nounced within the next three days. Cincinnati, shot and killed Isaac Grif- It will assemble on either March 10 or fiths, of Logan's Gap, in a dispute over 18. Mr. Hanna urged the governor to some logs. Deputy Marshal Martin, call an extra session of the Kentucky of Ripley, follow cd him to this place, legislature, because only a properly where he was arrested and taken elected senator would be seated. back to Ripley. Griffiths lived at Jickion and Watlloc to lie Removed. Covington, Ky., March 2. Jackson and Walling will be removed from tho llets on Corbett. jail to the Alexandria Lexington. Ky., March 8. At Covington Horsemen's headquarters Sunday aft- (Campbell county) jaiL Judge Helm ernoon Milton Young and Bryon Mc- so decided Monday, and an order notiClelland engaged in a discussion of the fying Jailer McKuight was received Monday night- - Ihe thonge will bo relative merits of Corbett and The result was a bet. made in the next day or twti. and is a Young wagering 5100 to McClelland's direct result of the laxity that prevailed toward the prisoners in the S73 that Corbett will best the AusCovington jail. tralian Latcat New From All Farta of t&a Commonwealth. nig-bt, self-defen- se Fitz-simmon- s. Louisville, Ky., March patch from Frankfort says 4 A dis- The influence of the mother I It shapes the course of unborn gen- Who CanMeasttre MARCH 16, r XssssstsssMssssssaJ aBBBBBBBBsaaaV ' V!L2 -' SzTtSl I K H The Data Set for the Kxtra Session ot the Kentucky Legislature St. John Ilnyle to He Appointed Senator. I ley has appointed Sterling, United States senator from Kentucky to succeed J. C S. Blackburn, and that the appointment will be announced Thursday afternoon cr early Friday morning, bt John Boyle, of Louisville, was offered the appointment, but he declined because he is nominee, and he the republican will prosecute his claims before the extra session, which will elect a senator for the full term. Maj. Wood was the republican nominee lor governor against John Young Brown six years ago. The call for an extra session of th6 legislatura has been prepared without date. It is said the governor has decided on March 10, but that his opposition to congressman Hunter's candidacy for senator may cause him to set a later date. JAMES RUSSELL Tiars Afo lie IId Ilecn In Hiding Ei.Kton, Ky., March 4. Iho sheriff of Told county and o posse Wednesday morning arrested James Russell, leader of the gang that in 1S95 shot and tortured Howlett Howton and murdered his son. John noiwton, near Princeton, in Caldwell countj". Russell has been hiding since tho crime was committed, and there was a large reward offered for him and his brother-in-lnBud Gregory, who was a member of the band. Russcl.'s wife and mother have been living at the Russell homestead near here and at daybreak Wednesday morning the sheriff's posse surrounded-thhouse an I Russell was found hidden la a secret closet built in the thick wall. Uhis closet could never havo been foun except for information given by someone living In the family. The prisoner will bo taken to Princeton for tr aU JACKSON AND WALLING Taken From the lorlnRtnn Jail to tho .mlrla. Oneat Covington, Ky., March 4. At 8:25 Wednesday morning Scott Jackson and Alouzo Walling were delivered to Sher-f- f Plummer, who conveyed them to Alexandria. .Neither of them had slept much during the night and they arose very early aud w ere shaved by a Negro fellow prisonor. Jackson was cheerful, but Waiting's face was serioua as the old Covington jiil was left behind. Both men expressed regret at leaving the jail and could not understand the reason therefor. It is stated from an apparently re-able source that the execution of JacKson and Walling may take place iu the courtyard of the Alexandria instead of at Newport, as has all along been indicated. 1 Al-x l, Gov. BradA. T. Wood, of ML erationsgoes sounding through all coming ages and enters the confines of Eternity. Ylith what care, therefore, should the Expectant Uother be guarded, and hosr great the effort be to ward off danger and make her life happy. 'Mother's Friend" JLllays re- lieves the Headache, . .Cramp3 and Hau-sc- a, so pre- and Arretd for a Cnran Committed Two system that ChHi-Eirt- h easy and the time of recovery shortened many say "stronger after than before confinement." It insures safety to life of both mother and child. All who have used "Mother's Friend" say they will never be without it again. Ho other remedy robs confinement of its pain. "A cmtimer whoofl wifo nsod 'Jlothor'a Friend, says that It flits had to cro tbroncU tho ordeal again, and there v.cro but four bottles to be obtKtned.f-ndtli- e co'kwMMOOjOOpor bottle, ho would heve them." Geo. I.ATrON,Dajton, Ohio. Sent by M!l. on nrctpt of price, f I m PER BOTTLF. frt conttinlae TO "EXPECTANT MOTKrRb" vila&blo Information and Toluaury teiumonlaU. pares the is made Ky., March 3. Gov. Bradley has determined to issue bis call for the extra session on Friday, and tho blank date in the call has been filled in with the words "March 10." At the time the call is promulgated an appointment of senator, fat. John Boyle, is also to be made. This was tho programme Tuesdav night as given to a correspondent an authority second only to Gov. Bradley himself. The senate steering committee, through Mr. Hanna, followed up tho telegram of Saturday night with a letter giving at length reason why it thinks an appointment unsafe, and urging a speedy call of the legislature. To this the governor has replied by mail, saying in substance that, knowing the complications surrounding the republicans in both houses and the danger of no election, he is unwilling to run the risk of losing the senator-shi- p to the republicans entirely, and therefore insists on making a temporary appointment. 1 Frankcobt, B? hjA J2 jJh:(?fA irA Vjjf VJ CT CTHUS 5 J2p - -- r 181 -- . VN32X Hf sHlBi virjflalB MbHbbbbbbbV 111 I&a ByJiE7' - ks K&. IS SuUn'JEE BQiS rE4iPsJ 0W!s Ee IIySI M zf? the money saving public to our store. A telling attack on values. ( "heap, unfooked for even by the most exacting. Our constant endeaver to pun tar ness quality up and crowd the price down brings the knowing shopper here and mak this the To brino- ssx J- - Busiest Furniture Store In Central Kentucky, Croup, whooping cough and colds are quickly allayed and danger averted by OR. BELL'S PINE-TAR-HONEY BedR0GHl SllifCS at all FriCCS alwaj--s Bed-Stead- s, Mantel Beds, have the very latest designs. Upright Folding-BedOak, Curley Birch and Mahogany. all in Ash, and Separate s, Side-Board- reCeived nearly every day, and by ho dn;. Chiffon r"k in , , . . " OHIO RIVER Reaches the Danirer Line at Paducnh and Other Kentucky Points. Paducah, Ky., March 3. The Ohio river is now covering the lowlands in tho lower Ohio valley. The recent rains have swelled the flood tide here and at points above. Tho river reached the danger line at Paducah at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning. Forty feet is now registered in the This famous remedy will cure an attack of croup in the time it takes to find a doctor. Every home should have it ready for the time of need. It is an infallible remedy for all bronchial and lung affections. oM hy rtruireUts Tk Mill E. K. III s, Book-Case- s, ture Moulding, Chairs, Easels, Screens, Mantel Mirrows, Center Tables, Extension Tt Springs and Mattresses in designs and quality to please every one from happy httU to the Dressers, Bureaus, Secretaries, Chiffoniers, Hall Tr..y , crank' old maids and bachelors. st 2Sc. SOc I nd It per sent direct on receipt ol price by S.lhcrU.4 MHUUe t.--, niarak, Ij. III III llll ill! -- 2G l Ml III III Our Line of Rockers IN 1 IT- i anu woncier to see sucn gcoas soia in T" n,icnmonu. 1 il all Hooded, and many families have bottoms in the city. The suburbs are e mild B. THE BRADFICLD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA. GA. bOLD BY ALL DaUUSGlSTS. '.'.:-- 24 SENATOLIAL QUESTION Cauies a Rapture Uetweea Got. Bradley Bradley and Mark Hanna are at odds about the senatorial question. The following telegram which was sent from Frankfort Thursday afternoon is y: . READY TCl been forced to move out. At New Liberty, 111., and Golconda, I1L, handsome business houses and residences are threatened and great distress and anxiety prevails. Hundreds are already homeless. New Liberty is entirely cut off by the water, Our factory on Laurel Strett in is now runninjr, and we are and boats can not land. prepared to fill orders for twist of the THE MEXICAN MISSION -- SUPPLY THE TRADE Kicli-inoii- Tncf Tonaii-D- Louisville, and Senator Mark Il.tnna. Ky., March 5. Gov. 1 "Hon. Mark Hanna, Arlington hotel, Washington. I stated in the Commercial more Tribune than two months ago that no session would be called until March 4. 1 told you that a session would be called immediately after that date. Hence your dispatch of Thursday asking me to call session immediately is unwarranted. The session will be called Friday, and that act will be influenced alone by what I conscientiously believe to be tho best interest of the public service. "W. O. Relieved to Be Abont What Got. Uradley Would Take. Frankfort, Ky., March 3. It is reported on the authority of some of Gov. Bradley's very close friends that he desires the appointment of minister to Mexico under the new administration. His name will be presented to McKinley for the place and it is believed he had this in mind some 1 ! "Mi "1. M. ol C Rickmnl," little Desks, we have just received for tha ladies in Oak. Curly Birch and Mahg:in We .. l Elm, Oak, Curly Birch, Mahogany and Willovv. . tVocIi . tioiv frwm f.Vio fnrtnrif5 rinvf r'niiprl mnnv T u uon JA. 1 iuii lo cume aim It A fvtirf.iori , 1 set-- i.1 mi' m ." " Hi are always at home and glad to see not, so don't fail to call. Very Respectfully, you at any time whether you ivih to hmj lair ol Jacks" weeks ago when he announced that such things might occur which would lead him to resign as governor. Ho has always had a fondness for the chants. Mexican mission, and was an applicant for it under Harrison. TRIAL OF CASHIER SHIPP. Tour Indictments Aealntnt the Alleged 40 Bramlp, three grades. We can save ynu monev. Send us a tri.il order; you will Espebe jIad with our produits. cially pleased to hear from country mer- 7K Blggers ; White ' Ross, Buchanan A & Richmond, Ky. new line of Coffins and Caskets jnst from the Factory and several new designs. Bradley." KENTUCKY "Will Make n DISTILLERS Final Attempt to Form a Combination. 4. FrUoners .Kscpp. Lebanon, Ky.. March S. The Marion county jail uas broton at an early hour Ssunday morning, and six prisoners made their escape The delivery m. DanieL The was planned by doors were broken down and all escaped bnt one man, who was charged with drunkenness. Dmp K Hixdmas, Ky., March S Kit Bolton, a desperate character, who has been wounds. evading arrest 'or several months, was d .th Harder. Arr.ste.l. Cli found dead in this county with a bulEvansvii.i.k, Ind., March 2. Robert let hole in his temple. It is believed Moore, aged 20 ye trs, was arrested that he has tired from running from near Boouville, Ind., charged with the the authorities and coinmmitted sui- murder of Nicholas Trautvetter, aged cide. li) years. Trauivetter's body was Nw Telephone Line. found Monday morning on the road-s:d- o Lexington, Ky., March a The East about ten miles south of Tennessee Telephone Co. has decided The young men were rivals for to string a line direct from Lexington the favors of MUs Schick. Moore is to Cnattanooga. on which it is the son of Warrick county's wealthiest 51,000,000 will be spent. The farmer. work will be begun May 1, with a THE ROTHSCHILDS force of 200 men. Are Reported to lie In the Kentucky ootl in Senator aatilncton. Combine Sld to Hare Folly Washington. March a Hon. A. T at Itt Hack. Wool, the recently appointed United Louisville, Ky.. March C. H. J. States senator from Kentucky, arrived here Sunday nijht and took rooms at Cardeza, of Philadelphia, who is one of I'lsun-- d Ills Wife. the Ebbitt. He will appear in the sen- the prominent whisky men in attendMiLLEBsnuRG, Ky., March 4. Ben ate chamber and take the oath of office ance upon the conference here, says the contemplated whisky combine will Bradley, colored, gave his wife an apMonday. have fully SS.009.090 at its back. It ple containing strychnine. She died In Garrard. is Rothschilds, Lancaster Ky., March a A terrific thesaid that the will put up through in a few minutes. Bradley is under Belmonts, a largo arrest awaiting the coroner's inquest wind and rain storm swept over this part of this money. Tho committee, Hotel Iturned. section. Trees and outbuildings were composed of Messrs. Roach, Moorman 4. Tho considerably damaged. Reports from and bherley, Ce.tr.lia Citv, Ky., MarchTuesday which was appointed to the country say much daxage was formulate a plan of combine, has been Sandusky house burned nighL Several guests had narrow done to shocked hemp and fences. instrncted to be ready to repert at anescapes. Loss, 522,010 Jn a Ian?-rot- i Condition. other conference to be called "within Minci.EHUKO, Ky., March a Mr. A. a few w eeks. Strike Feeling In New York. T. Royalty, who was postmaster at New Yoiik, March 4. The strike Cyclone In Eastern Krntncky. A Liberty for 40 years, is in a dangerous Louisville, Ky., March C A cyclone feeling among the East-Sidcondition, as the result of a falL Mr. is increasing in intensity. It did considerable damage in east cenRoyalty is So years of age. tral Kentucky Friday morning. At is denied by the executive committee Will Sooa 1- a II and red. of the United Brotherhood of Winchester several buildings were unSeim.man, Ky., March a James B. roofed and three new ones demolished. that a strike will be called in Ireland, of this place, will, on Jure 4, At ML Sterling the great McBrayer all the shops at the same time. celebrate his 103th birthday anniver- distillery was unroofed. The LouisThe pope is allowed for his personal sary. A celebration will be held in ville & Nashville round house at RowA wants about S103.000 annually. honor of the occasion land was wrecked, and property sufregular allowance is also made for The High Hat lllll Vetoed. fered severely at Stanford. dignitaries of the Vatican. The Louisville, Ky., March a Mayor Louisville, Ky., March 0. Western other Other cardinals receive 5140,000. George D. Todd placed his veto upon Kentucky was also in the storm's poor the hat ordinance, which path. In Christian county a Negro expenses are; For state, dioceses, em8200,000; secretary of was passed by the city council at its was killed by the blowing down of a ployes and ablegates, S3OO.OO0; support last meeting. barn and two others were fatally in- of schools and the poor, 5240,000; adjured. Near East Christian Rober Two Xecroeii KeceiTa Life Sentence. Vatican, 5300,000., Mayfield, Ky., March 8. The two Hall, a farmer, was fatally injured by ministration of the The total expenditures for all puposes Negro murderers, Oscar Sanders and a piece of flying Umber. amount yeany to more thanSl.400,000. Jimmie Williams, of Wingo, have The income is received from many Senator Wood Gnlne to Waahlneton. been sentenced to imprisonment for Strange to say, Italy conLouisville, Ky., March 0. Maj. A. sources. life. tributes the smallest part of the T. Wood, who was Friday appointed Fell Down the Cellar atnlr. The United btates sends among senator, arrived in Frankfort Friday South Bend, Ind., March a The night to have a conference with Gov. the largest amounts of money. wife of Police Commissioner Patrick Bradley. He will leave for WashingA newly patented car brake conSheekey fell down the cellar stairs ton Saturday night Mark Hanna's l shoe fastened to the and was found lying in a pool of blood dispatch to Gov. Bradley advising him sists of 'a with a gash in her head. She lies un- not to appoint a senator was published car above tho wheel so that the weight of the car helps to apply the brake to conscious and the result is undetermin- In the newspapers, and it "was learned able. Friday that Gov. Bradley wrote him: the wheeL Send me no more telegrams. They are Dnith of Elvr-trChae. v Accidentally bhot. St. Louis, Marcn 2. Edward Chase, public property. Winchester, O., March 6. W. C. manager of the St. Louis clearing May Hang on HI Child' Testimony. Smith, 18, was accidentally shot by a house, and one of the most prominent Paducah. Ky., March 6. The testirevolver carried in his troufinanciers in tins city, nied at his resi- mony given by his little sers' pocket, inflicting a bad wound. on bouth Broadway, Monday, daughter, who dence aged 73 years. Mr. Chase was born in Robert McGill witnessed the deed, The ball was extracted. was Friday held Taunton, Mass., in 1S24, and came to without bail on the change of murShot nil Wife and Then Suicided. St. Louis in 1817. lie lias bern man- dering his wife O., March 6. Bartley Columbus, Ragland, this ager of the clearing house 27 years, county, on February at The child was Kinsleman, a laborer, aged 40, living 15. and in all that time he never took a the only witness to the deed, and her at 733 Livingston avenue, shot his vacation. testimony was all that was introduced wife, seriously injuring her, and then Ti-Hlrthtlar. connecting McGill with the crirae. He 6hot himself through the heart Austin. Tex, Marcn 2. The cele- was defended by Hon. Charles K. Shops Cloasd Doirn. bration on TuesJay of the independ- Wheeler, Congressman-elecWashington, Ind., March 6. At ence day of Texas will this, year be Cur. Bradley Issn-- s FIU Call. noon Friday the B. &0. S. W. machine made more than usually interesting by Louisville, Ky., March C. Gov. shops at this place closed down until the presentation to the .schools of the Bradley Friday morning appointed next Monday morning. Five, hundred state by the Daughters o' the Repub- Maj. A. T. Wood, of ML lic of the pictures of (Jan. Stephen F. United States senator to Sterling, men are affected. succeed Austin and Gen. Sam Houston, styled BiacVburn. The governor also issued The reports of the health officers "The Fathers of the Commonwealth." a proclamation calling an extra sesshow that since the beginning of the sion of the legislature March 13 to bubonic plague in Bombay to the presThree Chlldru llornul to Dath. ent time there have been 8,383 cases FAKTHEKJ'ouvr, Que., March 2. At elect a senator for the full term. and G.978 deaths from the disease. Rimouski the houses of Evariste St. River at XxnU villa main?. Pierre and Lob'e Michaud werejjurned. Louisville, Ky., March 6. The James Kusseil urmorsu. St- - Pierre's three cnildren, aged two, Ohio river is rising of a fojt RusPrinceton, Ivy., MarcHs5.-Ja- s. five, were burned to death. an hour owing to continued and heavy three and sell, lodged in jail here Thursday for The cause of the fire is unknown. St. rains. Another flood is expected. complicity in the Hon-t- a mob, was Pierre and his wife had gone out to transferred to the Christian county TERRIFIC WIND. visit neighbors, locking the house jail Thursda night, but more on the doors and leaving tho children in bed. Considerable Dtmtce Done at Cairo, I1L, crowded condition of the jail than fear One Fatality. of mob violence. Railway Safe IJIown and Cobbed. Cairo, I1L, A terrific wind Tex., March 2. The Gulf, storm swept March 6. city Dallas, Gtvsn a Life Sentence. over this at about 5 Colorado &. Santa Fa Railroad Co. 'a Hopkinsville, Ky., March 5. Robo'clock Friday morning, and for about safe in the station at Garland was ten minutes the velocity of the wind ert Coleman, on trial in the circuit blown open and robbed of 51,000. The 55 miles an hour. The roofs court for the murder of Edwin Long, burglars used an electrical apparatus was about of houses and barns, trees, fences and in a quarrel over a woman, near this to blow the safe. city last August, was found guilty-ansignboards were badly wrecked. Petzb O'Bbien, a U. & O. trackman, in tin outskirts of the sentenced to tho state penitentiary for ne hou'-was killed at Volcano Junction by fall- c ty vvu-- . so Lad.y damaged that a life. ing rock, while working at a landslide. stove .overturned aud set lire to the Wanted a New Dress. Dxston, Ky., March 5. Cora John,-son-, building. The baby At Bluefield, John Pendlow stabbed of Cesar Pettis, colored, was burned aged 15, d&ughtor of G. W. JohnMaurice White the other night at Pe- - to death. Several other Inmates were son, attempted suicide by drinking - tersviUe. The trouble was over a girL serieoaly burned. The wiad storm half ft bottle of laudanum. She want White will die. Pendlow is under c-- was seeeapaaied by a heavy raia aad ed a mw draw, hat yn. reused. Hr ' zwt. rco wyi MHrtfaU -l J -". J 13' ir-Boon-ville. coun-cilmen rtto TiK- - III Own I.lfo. Stock Trader' Couvenilon. GlexwooI). Ky., March 2. A convention of stock traders, representing the counties of Boyd, Lawrence, Carter and Johnson, will be held at Haz-elto- n on March 12. The association represents over SI. 000,000. itec Iv.d loaiiil. Paducah, Ky., March 2. Lawrence Johnson, aged S, foil from a lumber pile while playing and received fatal ital pro-pos- ai AA 00 nttempt will be made Thursday to form a combination of the distilleries of Kentucky. Officials of the American Spirit Manufacturing Co., who are behind the scheme will submit a propro-sitio- n to form a stock company to buy and operate the distilleries. It will bo 25 per cent on c ish, 25 per cent in bonds and 51 per cent in preferred six per cent guaranteed stock and l'JO per cent in common stock to be held in trust until it reaches par. The amount of the capital stock and bonds has not been made public. "Big Seven" Want Pardon. FnANKFOKT, Ky., March 4. Councilman R. O. Brcuer, the Louisville "Big Seven," nccompanied by G. F. Weikel, called at tho executive office Wednesday in company with Assistant Adjutant General Forrester. They said their mission here was to interview the sinking fund commission about the penitentiary chair contract, but it is learned they are seeking a pardon from Gov. Bradley before conviction, for the Louisville aldermen and under jndictment for engineering the alleged water works steal. Ilronfht Hack to Princeton. Princeton, Ky., March 4. James Russell, chargod with complicity in the celebrated Howton mob case, having escaped, and for a feint of whose death a coffin of rocks had been shipped from Texas, has been captured and returned here Wednesday night. o-- f Louisville, Ky., March Final The governor declined to make Hanna's telegram public and said he would not talk about the matter. Asked what time he would set for the extra session Gov. Bradley said with some warmth that he would do as he blanked please about the date. A friend of Gov. Bradley gave the following details of the executive differences with Hanna: "Hanna was made to believe that Bradley intended to appoint a senator and then fail to call the extra session all to beat Congressman Hunter, who wants to be senator. First came a dispatch from Hanna advising against an appointment, but in favor of an immediate extra session. The governor replied courteously but went on an prepared the appointment of Maj. A. T. Wood as senator, and it will be announced Friday." The governor is said to be very angry over Hanna's telegram Thursday. HIS FREEDOM Gained by Georrjo IJlmlnrr, Chxrceil AVlth Mnrilrr. Bowling Gree", Ky., March 5. It is now not thought that George Dim-incolored, will be indicted and that he will bo given his freedom. Ho admits killing Jadic Conn, a farmer, but says that he did so to protect his own life. Conn was one of a vigilance committee which had ordered Diming to Tie g, ILinkwreckar. Ky., March 3. The trial of Wm. M. Shipp, former cashier of the Deposit bank, of Midway, who, with Bookkeeper Charles Stone, is Versailles, BRIDGF0RD'S ECONOMIST RANGE. SEE THEM ! EXAMINE THEM I PURCHASE THEM I charged with wrecking the bank and embezzling about S00.000, began here Tuesday. There are four indictments against Shipp. Scene at a FuneraL Louisville, Ky., March 3. A woman named McDowell made a scene at the funeral of ''Governor" W. N. Brown Tuesday afternoon, at the residence of the bereaved family, 9iS East Main street. She was refused admittance to the house, but she persisted in thrusting her presence into the place of mourning. Finally the police were telephoned for protection. The woman claimed to have some right to share in the sorrow of the occasion. RAILWAY TRAFFIC At LoutsTllle Cut Off by High Water-Oh- io River RUIne. Louisville, Ky., March 6. rive railroads were cut off from Louisville Friday by the heavy rains in Indiana. Every line north of the Ohio has trains mwMM o-.- fEWiafS cirmairtiJ BfrHiafWJBrraBntijavn-s,mm gisJlfHf fTHJara sjMjMjflJlWigRlgfrila aE - HE PAYS THE I3UH Great :: Slaughter AND FREIGHT. . . . YOU PAY FOR THE . . m SALE OF DRINKS. NO. Boots linn hoes i-- 8 SECOND STREET. RIGHMOND. KY. Phniie.No. 3. NEW 18 YORK K WOED, EDITION. 156 THRICE-A-WEE- Pages a Week. Papers a Year. e cloak-make- rs 1- Cloak-make- rs SSO,-00- 0; anti-theat- er rev-enu- e. Pr.oun Sprlnj fancy, JJ.7i3l.l0: spring cessor. family, tlOJlTO: spring patent, H 2511.70; AFTER A PARDON. winter patent. tlSo&l75. fancy, 4.15I30: family. il317J: extra. $i7J3XI9 low trade, Alonro Walling' Attorney Makes a Call UWff2 70; rye. Northwestern. ,2.i5ji7J. do city. MoiaiTJ. on Got. Ilradley. WnicAr No red Frankfort, Ky., March 5. It is Corn Sales: 2No. 2Is nominal at Me. mixed, track. He learned here that Attorney George Oats Sales: None. Washington, who represents Aionzo Hogs Select butchers', (37533.83; fair to Walling, will be here Thursday or Fri- cood pickers', $3652-17fair to good ll'sht, U day, and will ask a personal interview U6"A0. common and rousts, tt CArrtr Fair with Gov, Bradley in the interest of choice to extra, to Rood5.shippers', 13. 6 Jchoice ti 65 a 00; good to securing a pardon. butchers'. 117531.25; fair to medium butoh-er- s. him bringing a confession of Talk of tll0365; common. I2.5023.0a SniEP and Lambs Sheep: Extras, K S3 some kind to back up his claim for a 175; good to choico. $l7iSll3, commoa O pardon is current. air, 1:503350. Lambs Extras, J5 25ii5.35; sV"""J IB???: Two Pardons Granted. rood to choice, Jt"ji.l5; commoa ta fair, Frankfort, Ky., March 5. Gov. tisoatsa light. 1515-Veal Calvis Bradley Thursday morning Issued a. 500, extra, fS.25, Pair to rood Urge. 12.753 commoa aaj pardon to James Downey, sent up Wool Unwashed, fine merino. 10211c per from Mercer county in October, 1896, clothlnz. II file: meJlum for manslaughter. On the pardon was lb: quarter-bloo- d clothing HJUc: braid. Uilij; written: "Jury, recommending pardon, lelalne and 5; : scattered all ovrr Indiana between Louisville, Chicago, SL Louis and Cincinnati. The Louisville, New Albany &. Chicago and the Baltimore &. Ohio Southwestern had no trains in "The or out. Big Four train from Chicago, which is due at 7:30 a. m. arrived at one p. m. The Pennsylvania only succeeded in getting in leave the neighborhood and went to one train, and the St. Louis line's service was badly demoralized. There his house to carry out their threat. Thoso who were with Conn are were five washouts on the Pennsylafraid to testify, and no witness has so vania, but they were repaired by 5 Four had a far been before the grand jury. Dim- o'clock. The Big Vernon and washout Greens-burbetween North ing is now in jail at Louisville. If an but all trains will run regularly indictment i returned he will be New brought here and guarded by stato Saturday. and The Louisville, wash-- , Albany Chicago has a troops. out near Bloomington and two of CAME TO A CRISIS. its trains arc tied on the Pennsylvania Gov. ISradley Receives and Accepts Dr. and Big Four in a vain effort to reach Louisville over those tracks. The BalResignation. Frankfort, March 5. Gov. Bradley timore &. Ohio Southwestern has three received and accepted the resignation b.id washouts, but the damage will be repaired in time for the movement of of Dr. Ben Letcher, of the Hopkins-villtrains in the morning. The Pennsylasylum. Letcher requested the resignation of vania startod out a Chicago train Frithe first and second physicians on ac- day night. The Ohio was rising Friday night at count of disagreement and it The governor refused to re- the rate of four inchos an hour, with move them, but Dr. Miller, the first as- IS feet inches on the falls. sistant, resigned. Hence Letcher resigned, as he believed it for the better THE MARKETS. management ol the institution. CiNCtHWATl, March fi. governor has not named his sucThe g, er' My SOLD IN RICHMOND. BY WW P.vRKEnsnuBG, W. CO. BON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. Va., It stands first among "weeVly" papers in ize, frequency of publication and freshness, rariety and reliability of contents. 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Ca 1 at store and pet free sample. can think of some simple tbtaz to catentr mar bring you wealth. druK-G- - Write JOHN WEUDERBDRN & CO, Patent Attorney Wunlmruin. O. C for their $1,800 prise oCer and lilt of two hundred Inventions wanted. Wanted-- An Price Protect yonr Ideaa: tbr Idea VTho &fcw 7. L. X T fX W 1 ' new and sold as low-NX Aa ny in the market for CASH. W v J?V C ...0 ..s -- .SO -0 --- 30 tS s 0 9 -- 9 30 t8 MPMESI U "We have no books ar se! ---- 8 aO t9 O O 9 0 7 S3. Japinits Pile Ointment. 25 and BOc. per Box. 50c. and SI eer box. 6 PtlleU, 50 Diiu,-25c- fa- - jaainete . Liver g Q - K3 C . can therefore A II e sU-e- d er say that the killing was done with strong provocation, and there was much evidence showing it was justifiable. A jury that would fix a man's sentonce under such evidence either failed to do Its duty or It failed to do it now." The governor also pardoned Centeas Bowling, a life convict from Clay county. He had served 14 years. Kentucky Not Represented. o. medium combing, ll&lc. Was aad. fins X to XX. Uc. medium clothing. 15415c; lelalne fleece. 15010c: Ion; combing, l&3I7c; quarter-bloo- d and low, 13$lJe; common, soarse, 11313c; choice. 19c New YonK, March 6. WHEAT No. 2 red. March. 83Sc: May. 8!S RSiJic: July. 8011 -- I638oSc- September. 77Hd ina-rind, Will enr all kind; of Pile. TVliy laffor with thfi terrfblo disease- T "VT written jru.iranten wltli O51.0O boxes, to refund theymnner if not rural. MailedrIt any ao to Lowest Prices for Cash) goods fres li u" ruii.iufl vompaxxy, du Paul, wirwivmiiiriw. iw JBSTSold by W. G. White, DrnpRest, Eichmond, Ky. .jajHuiaM Allan. fromWT 7. 4r l --- .99 C33 43 9 S3 S9faI a. . Ihe city and a supply received daily D. CHENAULT, jfr C0B! WnEAT No. 2, Oats Western, i0u.3ic: 2933)We: July. eight-year-ol-d Washington, March 5. Kentucky was not represented in the inaugural parade. The Garfield club, of Louisville, failed to come and the Covington and Newport boys did not arrive until one o'clock Thursday morning, so they were unable to get a place tn,the procession. Watklns Is Recaptured. Lexington, Ky., March 5. Richard Watkins, tho Negro wanted by the federal officers. Tucker and Phythian, who escaped from the workhouse here on learning that the deputy marshals had ox warrant for him, has been re- t. rJKc: tieptember. 71j3. Cons .tiarch, -- 3ic: May, 2lo a; July, I5j;c a: September. 28a h Oats March. 16c; May. 17Vo a. Pittsdukgh. March 4 Cattle Prime 31 8J310J. gjjd, 14 5x3170; :ldy butchers. fair. U'.OttOO; Dulls, stasand rows, $1.8333 SJ. fresh cov7 ind springers, Hogs All grades selling at 1 19014.00. SHEtP Ohio fed westerns, ft 0i3 4. SO; prima satires, 14 30.34.41. good, f U0&4.3); fair, 13 CO 3390. common. tZ.GJQ3.40. choico limbs, $5.00 fohft cocmca to good. HUii,48i, veal calves 18.0036 May. 22a CniCARo. March & March. Tie: May, 7070Hc b. July, H330 S0 . .- --- c3 O 9 39 0 B t .- - ----- es 39 0 9 St) a mr w WV" i hnnu. captured and returned to the An work- - BLUE GRASS one-tent- h o d e three-moathskd- d -- March 5. Mr. Bruce Miller, editor of tho Bourbon News, and Miss Jessie, daughter of James M. Hughes, were married at the Christian church Thursday nighL Noah Franklin Again Arret-d- . Owessboro, Ky., March 3. The March term of the Marshall county circuit court convened at xUenton. Much interost Is centered in the cowardly assassination of Daisy Sullivan on October 30 last"" Noah Franklin, tho young man who was secretly tried and acquitted at tho time, is under arrest again. ISW" Miser FonndDead. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Louisville, Ky., March 3. George Clemmens, a miser, was found dead on Pull stock ot Ornamental and Fruit Trees, Grape Vines, Asparagus and tho floor of a garret io. tho slums We employ no agents, but sell atSmall Fruits. living prices Tnesday morning by the police. JThe direct to the planters. .. Telephone ia ofice. death-icause of "his not known.! Ho Strawberry and general Catalogues on appli was .seen ' alive jMonday sight JThe cation to woaiaavhollvewiih him huMlsap- I.F.ItiraiEYEl. pearea, aaa w m laur-- Paris, Ky., Editor Marries. Largest LJveryi y C.T.FOX 1 Stable in Eastern Kentucky. T i S"' THE WILLARD Has Recently Been 'aaaaeaaa . . .....................--- . a aA " e Converted Into - a Modern Palace Successor to CoIIiss&Rn, Halls and Entrance are Marble and Tiling- of the Finest Quality. 33- - Richmond, Ky. NURSERIESf- 2000 Tards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors Or BBiMlQOMS, PARLORS ANU UPPRR HALLS. lpil THE CLIMAX, i HSU fRUST'S )& DR. a GuTTON ROOT i H" i, i! - - Brll-y- L Offices and Dinlng-Roo- m Beautifully Decorted and llantlv Lighted. 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