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L siwjHMtM, v s - " T . i' f e - ?4e. , ; jwSj '-- ijfc.i ,dHt b - j . t .3..i RICHM OND KENTUCKY, POLITICAL EDITORIALS. (Carlisle Mercury -- -fc 0 & JL T A .Kfc. JM.W Pr'mt shows through VOLUME X. Farmers and Prosperity. In the industrial and business depres sion from which the nation is now slowly emerging the country hotel has suffered its share. Generally speaking, no class of producers .fiud'tliu times less encouraging than the farmer of and when the farmer is crowded to tho wall the countf, town immediately sympa thizes with him. and distress reigns throughout the districts. Low prices for farm prodece, and even no market at low prices, is not a condition of affairs which brings the commercial traveler or the business man to the country hotel. The result is inevitable. No economy in management or exercise of business tact can overcome the loss from lack of to-d-a; RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, which lasts eleven days. To this dele gates are bent who ate instructed and de veloped for the spiritual work at their colleges. The instructors are the great men of the land who have met with success in doing the Lord's work an$ who are deeply interested in winmnar the world for Christ Central University sent nine men to the State convention at Frankfort a few weeks ago and the good effects are already visble. Now it is we realize the necessity of sending some earnest christian worfiereto the Knoxille Summer Conference so that our Unheroity may keep on advancing spiritually until she is placed foremost of the colleges of the land. Mr. "Wilcox, General Secretary of "the Frankfort Association, as here Saturday JaBt and a conference was held 'with some of the students who are interested in this work. It was decided to send at least five delegates to the Summer School and that the money necessary for this" should be raised by subscription. A committee was appointed who began by seeing thd students. Everyone seems enthusiastic and already over twenty-si- x dollars have been raised wholly among the boys The prospects are very favorable if all can be made to realize what a blessing this will be to both the college and the community in fact everyone connected with the college. There will be no trouble in raising the necessary funds if thisisdone. For Oub Roys. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1897. ft NUMBEE "Nothing else ffie it" The most refreshine and plejisant Soap for the skin. 41. YEARNING. "VW Regulator on a subject of the deepest ami importance to their health The sole proprietors i "rhSp. their Jives. a i makers of Simmons Liver .Regulator n nat catOTiers are often deceived by , vnj a id taking some medicine of a x -- i &t appearance or taste, believing it to e ?i2mons Jiiver Regulator. We warn v 3 that unless the word Regulator is on - package or bottle, that it is not Simmons . cer Regulator. No one else makes, or i er h jS made Simmons Liver Regulator, or vrMi'nc called Simmons Liver Regulator, ji J H Zeihn & Co., and no medicine made uv an vine se is the same. , We alone can p .t it up and we cannot be responsible, if o ir medicines represented as the same do n ' teli you as you are led to expect they w 11 Bear this fact well in mind, ifyou have been in the habit of using a medicine which vcu supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator because the name was somewhat like it and the package did not have the word Regulator on it, you have been imposed upon and have not been taking Simmons L ver Regulator at all. The Regulator has been favorably known for many years, and ali who use it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipa-ca- n Headache. Dyspepsia, an i all disorders ans'ng from a Diseased Liver. We ask you to look for ycurselvcs, and see that Simmons Liver Regulator, which yea can readily distinguish by the Red Z oa wrapper, and by our name, is the only nWicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. L v- -r wish to caution all users of Simmons tr wT-s- i -.- POWD Absolutely Pure Celebrated for its great leavening strength and healthtnlness. Assures the food against alum and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap brands, royal bakino powder co., NEW YOBK. patronage. J. s. Editors Climax: We are all glad to see that you propose to make your paper Democratic, and Democratic first, without any adjectives. It is difficult to see how the question of a national financial scheme can become J. n. ZETLIN" & CO. permanently a party question, seeing Take that all the difference is only as to means - Regulator. Simmons Liraof attaining an end that all good men desire. It is far more important that all PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Democrats all those who believe the common mass of the people have the MANIFESTO OF THE SILVER REPUBMISS JIILMIKU GULDEN, divine right to rnleas they will, and who LICANS. have also a profound faith in their ultiSTENOGRAPHER AND The address issued on the 22nd instant mate fitness to rule should stand uniTYPEWRITER. by the Silver Republican leaders, headed fied upou this common ground to oppose by Senator Teller, is a very important all the growing evils of mammonism and Kentucky. Rti iimokd, document. It furnishes a rallying point class supremacy of the comroercialists "Office adjoining A .R Burnam'1. whose interests are necessarily 6elfish s, for all "Republicans who are not and not humanitarian. and who cannot, therefore, act ATTOESTSTS. But if it shall come about that the line with their old party. It provides for the creation of a national committee to' is drawn between men who regard money D W. MILLER. represent that element of American pol- as a legitimate article of commerce for Attobney-at-Laitics. It provides for a meeting of this the benefit of those who live by disNational Committee on the eighth day of counting other men's misfortunes, and Kentucky. Richmond, next June in Chicago, and charges that on the other hand those who hold money office in the Burnam Building, next door to feb3-l-y rarmer's National Bank. committee with the duty of calling a Na- to be simply a tool for the handling of tional Convention when necessary. The trade that should be regulated with a C. P. BCEXAH. purpose of this address is clearly stated view to the w elfare of those who haven't W. 8. MOBEKLET. ri-- e; it quite as much as for those who have, A MOBERLEY. in the following paragraphs: Q'JRNAM For years events have been forcing up- then patriotic citizens surely cannot long Attorneys-at-Lahesitate where to take their stand, aud on the country with RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. and emphasis the necessity of since the life flood of political parties reform in our monetary system as respectb must be principles, and not methods of Office in Burnam Building recently occu- 0 into circulation is of no benefit to anypied bj A. It. Burnam. both the coinage of metallic money and government, party fealty is the first axbody, even to the holder. "When the the regulation and control of credit cur- iom of party faith. STTXjXrvb-isr- , American once learns that it is not the Please put my name on your rency. Under stress of experience and amount of money in a country but the consequent investigation subscription list, finding money opinions have quantity in circulation that determines been gradually Attorney- crystallizing. In this order enclosed. All of us here are our prosperity we will be a long way on process the line ol cleavage has paid lit glad to get all the news we can from KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, the road leading to permanent "good tie regard to previously existing partyde home, and especially are wo interOli e over Taylor, Hardware store, limes." And money should be em- marcations, aud y the most careless ested in the doings of Madison's ("ourt Hotie, on Main Street. ployed for legitimate business ouly to do observer cannot fail to see the genius of metropolitan society; we know C. E. the most good. Its mission is not that the nation is approachiug a II. B. HOGG, settlement "Woods will tell us of it as interestof being used in booming imaginary of this momentous controversy through ingly as ever thus writes Mr. ATTORNEY AT LAW. towns, buying worthless tout? lofs at Frank W. H. Clay, 1335 15th street, Kentucky. boom prices, paying dividends upon the agency of political instruments now Washington. D. C. Richmond, being fashiohed to its hand. millions of watered stock hehJ,by fraud"in the history of these formative events 0 Office No. 13 First St.. up stairs. ulent stockholders, purchasing billions of the Wanted a Wile. Silver Republicans ha e tadollars worth of.imported goods which ken an important part and discharged a GRANT E. LILLY, . U e people xouh easily do without; the Harrodsburg Democrat. necessary function. In doing so they have money ol the country should not be A TTORNEY--A T LA W, An interesting story of how one of not surrendered their convictions on cerKentucky. annually drained to the amount of $100,- - tain other great principles of politicai Cupid's darts went astray has just come Richmond, 000,000 and over by tourists going abroad, economy and government; but they real- to light at Law renceburg. A year ago at or by being paid to foreign transporta Oftire S. V. corner Main and Second ize that those principles are not capable the season that St. Valentine's Day joins streets tip btairs. Will practice in nil tion lines when our own bhips should of successful application under present tiands with the little God of Love, to the courts of Madison and' adjoining earn it. Gambling and speculation of all monetery condition1?. make new conquests, a tender missive counties and Court of Appeals kinds makes a few prosper and impov passed betw eeu M rs. Rebecca Seay, of "They believe, therefore, that the adeerishes the many, and under tins classi quate treatmemt of all other Issues must Alton, in this county, and Mr. George J C. & D. M. CHENAULT. fication w e must place a great deal of await the correct decision of the domi- W. Uunlap, of Montana, in answer to an w hat is termed ''business. ", So far as nant one ATTORNEYS AT LAW, In this spirit advertisement in one of the matrimonial legislation can affect the situation, under they with the organized forces papers. Kentucky, Richmond, existing conditions, its first aim should of bimetallism in the last campaign. Ev - Both people being agreeable the acbe directed towards the agricultural inCben-ault- 's ery consideration of patriotism and ex- quaintances thus begun soon ripened into Office on Second street, over terests, which for a number of eare grocery. pediency seems to couusel a continuation fonder friendship, and finally a proposal of marriage from Mr. Dunlap was accepthae suffered until the condition" ic cer- of that policy." tain parts of the land is critical. If we CREEN CLAY, Nothing could be freer from a factional ed 03 Mrs. Seay and anangemedts for can bring back prosperity to the much spirit. The Silver Republicans antago- the happy event begun in earnert. The A W. A TTORNE Y--A maligned farmer the question of hard nize no other body of bimetallists. They anniversary of the first epistle of love was Kentucky. times will have been largely faolved. simply form themselves into a column to be celebrated by Mr. Dunlap coming Richmond, Hotel (Chicago) World. which is to with the other from his far Western home to claim the 13 Collections solicited. great political forces bent upon the same daughter of the Blue Gaasa State. MuA Gall For Help. Who Will object, namely, the Democratic party and tual recognition at the Depot was to be made certain by each wearing a red rib- phtgicxai's. the People's party. Respond? lion, significant of the brightly burning Iu this connection It is well to recognize the fact that the Republican party affection iu the heart beneath it. DR. H. R. GIBSON, To those vcho are interested in the tpir'dual will have the aid in the future, as l.ast week Mr. Dunlap came, he saw, it had but did not conquer. Not because either welfare of Central Unhersitv during. th'e recent Presidential campaign PHYSICIAN AND SORGEON, appearance. Mr. Kentucky. - . Piobably most of the citizens of Rich- of two outside political forces, namely, did not like the other's Richmond, the Cleveland Gold Democrats and the Dunlap was dressed like and had the mond know that thereTs such an organibearing of a gentleman, while Mrs. Seay zation as the Y. M. C. A in existence at Watson secedeis from the People's parOffice in the Joe Cc Jio building, 18 and 30 Seccould not fail to make a good impression. ond Street, orer White cld drucstore. 37- the College, but it is doubtful whether ty. As the Democracy were strengthened by the desertion from their ranks of The bone of contention lay in the fact they are thoroughly acquainted with its that Mrs. Seay, who was a' Miss Sewall, CHAS. nOOKER, the Indianapolis faction, so the People's had four children, and the Montana man aims and purposes. is looking to the party be stronger hereafter by the with- was unwilling to take but two, believing The world y TETERINARY SURGEON, college bred men to take the leading po- drawal from its ranks of reckless and the remaining couple old enough to take Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. care of themselves- - He agreed to find sitions in every department of life. Our unscrupulous egotists, whose whole ob- each of the other children a position in s between Montana, and let them follow, but Mrs. and ject is to prevent Veterinary Dentistry nd Sterility a Specialty. future, ministers, missionaries.-fnlereay, clinging to blood as being thicker Office tip stairs over .New Yorl. Store, corner master merchants aro tQ he found within the different elements which are opposed Main and First streets, Richmond consiuer the college walls. Hence the first ob- fo the rule of the Gold Trust. Demo- than water, declined to Western such a the crats, Sther Republfcrns and Populists proposition, and Montana home, citizen ject of the Y. M. C. A. is to minus went back to his zz: c. m. jdj college men who are to till theso places can labor together for a monetary reform, a wife, but with a. better knowledge of Medicine and Surgery. of trust to Chriot. The other duties are without either of these elements surren- the geography of this grand country of Office; Collins Building, Main Street. to guard our students from temptation dering their views an other questions. ours. Telephone at residence . (the Carr place) on Bro.id-ayThe only practical condition of aud shield them from sin. between them is the single subject Toll Gate Raiders, Pro and Con. Kentucky To be able to accomplish this great Richmond, --- --work we must be prepared. There, lias of the restoration of the free coinage of President Robinson, of the State turnDR. O. A. KENNEDY, been a bible training class organized in siher, the preservation of the greenbacks the Y. M. C. A. for this purpose aud tc- and opposition to an increase of the bond- pike in Shelby, has notified the officio's PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ed debt of the nation. Many other things that "it the county does not protect our Kkntucky. cetlier with the bible studv the members RicnuoxD, of the class have a practical work. Upon t arc ri;ht, but not all of them are expedi-joinin- g property and toll gates, I will take down they promise to talk to'at least cnt It is the feasible only that wi3e ,cy.ery bridge between hero and Hardins- Office in Smith Building, No. ac Main Street, np 1 and 4 to 5 o'clock. one person per week in regard to his spii- - statesmanship attempts. A reat major-itn- vill&.in. Snelby county, and make so stairs Office hours 11 to ity'of the American people favor the much of thelcoad as I and jny associates welfare. DR.- - JOHX M. POSTER, But this training, however good it may ! above measures. The first duty is to Own '"emM rely impassable. JVe own it Kkntdcvy be, can be improved upon. There wast adopt them. Let all other questions absolutely; the'State and county ine no Richmond. organized in 188G by Hr. Moody, what is wait. Meanwhile the Eepublican interest whatever in tho road, if it is to as the .Summer School. A branth ministration can be working up prosper-o- f be made valueless we will complete the Telephone at office and residence. V this is held at Knoxville, Tennessee, ity on its lines. nork and make it useless." Stanford mono-metalistever-increasiat-Late to-da31-3thus-presenteT-L----to-da6- We are an agricultural people; in our" farm produce, lies our chief wealth. When farm products bring good prices the farmer prospers, wilji him the country merchant, the country hotel keeper and all who do business in the town. With biihinebS brisk in the country the metropolitan cities nourish. One reacts on the other. It may be laid down as an axiomatic truth that when the American fanner prospers, country, town and city prosper with him wtien he suffers the entire nation feels the effects. "We hae all, time and again, seen what the marketing of a large crop at good prices has done for the prosperity of our people. Its effects are immediate. Money flows from the great centers to the country, the farmer in turn expends a portion of it for the products of the city, and it is carried back. "What is the situation when the farmer is impoverished, and w hen he is unable to market his crops on a basis that nets him a profit? He has no money to spend; he buys little from the country merchant, the country merchant purchases correspondingly "from the city wholesaler, the city wholesaler takes a proportionately small stock from the manufacturer. If the farmer is the largest producer in America he is likewise the- largest consumer and in a measure he consumes according to his means. Trie new era of prosperity in this country will dawn when the prices of farm products legin to when the farming community once more feels the tide carrying the money that is by the hundreds of millions stored away in city banks and vaultf, and which without being called Tarty Fealty is Tlie Axiom 61 Party Faith." Some of the gold-bu- g papers, and 6ome who are not gold, bug, are mystified at the position taken by John D. Carroll, P. P. Johnson and the Mercury on the To make-ouposition understood we can slate that we are still tariff reform s. but as thegold bugs have declared tlm they will vote with the high tar " epul)lican8 until the Democratic p ty surrenders to the bob tailed organization started at Indianapolis, we mot hope evej; to sneced in dislodging i e tiili tax party, and this being the tsi-- e we cannot see the use to stand by and refuse to grab while others are crabbing. If there is to be no reform in the tariff until Henry Watterson, Simon Boliyar Buckner, C. M. Clay and their fellow bolters, are permitted to dicate to the masses of the Democratic party, then Gabriel will have blown his trumpet and hung it on the willow trees alongside the worn-ou- t harps of tho lesser angels, before tariff reform is an acconi plished fact. r x ew Firm. (Next door Richmond Nat. Bant.) HEADQCAKTBRS FOB We Send il FREE! TO WEAK M1SH9 The Ipki hmi, Surfes k Kennedy, D. H. nniuuirs - SO'.CATED ' .jSOftPa. . JS -- ... L. i M Yonng and Old. Rejoice Willi us in the Discovery. When a man has snflered for years with a weakness that blights his life and robs him of all that really make life worth livine, 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 FREB, in plain packaire, the AH fowerfnl DK. HUFFMAN'S VITAL KES-- . TURAT1VE TABLETS, with a legal pnar-"-antto permanently cure LOST HAN-- -' ee Baldwin & Co.'s Pianos and Organs. d taNEODS 90 m Nuw Home Sewing Machines. mi vi - The Finest Kigs, The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- Standard Kitchen Cabinets. Agency Provident Savings Life Insurance Co., and Old onti nental Fire Insur ance Company. ' nchl0-4- w VZ-Toilet NuRsenyADATH a53j ftOCE:25fr It Lists twice as long as others. A trial will convince you of Its ereat merle win please tae mesz ifttnuons. HOOD, SELF-ABIIS- NESS. NlflllT tention, The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Your "Consul," CHARLES F.MILLER, Mfr-o- f FRENCH MILLED TOILET SOAPS AND PERFUMERY, f? :SADDLERY. S0K Lancaster, Penn. 1 "f""" ESTABLISHED, 1839. drains. Returns to former appearances emaciated organs. No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe deception. If we could not cure, we would not send our medicine FREE to try, and pay when satisfied. Write trxiay, as this may not appear again. Address SEXUAL WEAK' VARICOCELE, STOPS forever EMISSIONS and all unnatural K, Senator Lindsay has our thanks for a supply of garden seed. We tender our thanks for small favors, but if the big Senator would send us a few dozen Prosperity plants for Spring setting we would be doubtly thankful. Western Medicine Company, F, G. Co.'s Corsets MAKE HCOEPORAIED. 24-- 23 Kalamazoo, Mich. P. B. BROADDUS, Hunley's Old Stand. No. 26. American Beauties CHS LAND, STOCK AND CROP P5'fili7Br' Geo. White. hand-mad- jsEC.C0,S FREE EDUCATION. An education at Harvard, Yale. or any other college or institution of learning in the United States, or in the New England Conserva- tory of Music, can be secured by any young man or woman who is in earnest. Write for particulars JAMES D. BALL, quicklv. 36 Bromfield St., Boston, Mass. G0RREG 1 A Eight hogsheads of Bourbon county, Advertising PAYS or does Ky.. tobaccos sold in Cincinnati at S10, 11.50, 12 75, 15.25. 16.75 and IS 75, aver- NOT FAY, according to whethaging 13.91 At Elizabethtown court, er yon state yonr wants in a At Walter Azeelis Livery Stable. d mules about 15 hands high, newspaper the people read, or e harness, cheaper All kinds of sold at from $50 to $55. About 250 head does not thin can be bought any where in Richmond. have been bought and shipped from in one which either Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction feb2l-t- f there South lately. Western Tobacco circulate at all, or else which graranted. well-fatte- SHAPES. ARTISTIC v h " 5 Journal. B. G. Fox sold to Miles McKee three mules for $279, to W. R. Rice two for $165, to A. J. Rice, Ir., two for S160 and to C. II. Yeagerone for$70 B. G. Fox bought of W D. Moore aud George F. Anderson, 300 barrels of corn, with the privilege of 500 at $1.40 iter barrel, to be delivered during February and March. Danville Advocate. The recent combination auction sales in Lexington, says the Stock Farm, have demonstrated two questions to the satis faction of every horseman. In the first place it has been f.iirly proven that trotting stock of all ages and classes is considerably higher now than one ago; and secondly, that anything that has sufficient age for present use, or has soundness, good looks, or speed, is read' sale at a good price. A dispatch from Parkersburg, W. Va., sajs: ''Charles Williams, a cattle buyer of Hampshire county, had the horns sawed offa lanre drove of fine cattle to prevent them from injuring each other and to prevent their getting "hollow horn." The horns were tided with w ood ashes. That night it rained on them and turned the ashes into lye, which ate its way into the brains of the animals and over 100 are dead and the remainder fair-mind- ed circulates among those who are not interested in you or DR. PEFFER'S your wants. There are paaW pers of bona fide circulation KEVER "f-s NEWDISCOVEirr. afr rrt'inf FAILS.frtrennnw or painfnl of many hundred thousands itt. JJiiprested, exewive, csscanty c?ver cu,ua i jor eu uj laCles. InTJporates thc orjraas. T$p no return for certhat make ware of I(urrTn9 tnItrlor. Ktme paper. tZ per box. ern.U box tU Sent pealed In piala vrappr. Send tc ia tain classes of advertising OnLachEoi. stamps for particulars Holt! by loctif .lirogMaoraWir PEiTtKiiMKl?!" because they do not reach -. OA1. ASSOCIATION any one interested in those fc'old by Richmond Drui Co. ajid V NEWEST G. "White. particular lines. The CLIKAX has the largest circulation in or out of WsH RSEB R5ADE VI5CBQBS MODELS. Madison County of any paper ever published in the k. A EFFECTS, R, N. I. & B. R, R. Time Table No. 27, Taking Effect Sunday, November 8, 1896-1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. KAST BOUND. No. 1. 1 No. 3. N0.9. I N Ex SudiEx Sun Ex Sunlgx San A. lIc TMin.T.A fln-- l All menstm-itio- o. ' Jte- Lengths. M. U5 oO Licaue- 111. Valley View Million Richmond Union ... Moberly BrassfieM .... Panola .. lrYine. ii ii to 2s 45 m. Us 2O ST ii r. ia sa 6 7 7 8 40 35 58 A. M. 8 55 IO 13 10 11 ia ss ao 8 30 ia ia2? ia3opm ia 50 1 "42 I IU No. a. No. 4. 1 a 10 3 .No. 3. i ijO o5 G&O IV DM- - WESTBOUND Ex SunlEx Sua Ex Sua Ex Sua Irrine Panola Brassfield So.ia County. FAIIGY ahd .. . 6 6 6 6 7 05 30 34 5S 55 r 1 1 m. 3o 55 CO T.U. 3 40 It acta and aaicfc'r. i vl a i otbers Tail. Younrf men revnUn lrei manhood, i men recover youthful vnor. ATiKolicijrCus: mtecd tc Cure Xf rrowet Z Bloteaci. A'lcritlyXTxnlsclon. fVjt I"in ei i? IHcs 8cxt FiSrcj: v7i2ap ! s, an-- all cfecti of 3s!f dust or exusvs at d.'Tc(un. Wards oil in!?a!7 aid fonanpl uoaiaiGrnrKi't unpoeacnui'BU jsi u r (IN KENTUCKY.) IcylcWr.preat.Tnrofit. laslstc.b Sti'iKtJii MZIiYIClOIZ. or srml f t r Cm bo carried In vest pf ciet. trenald j lilc v Schedule In effect Feb. 15. 1807. psr. M per box. or O for tS, wi'h A. J"oH V'rlttca Pnmphlot free.to Cnro orl?cia5t !r dnnrnotcfl No. I. No & Na . A Sold v. 8W.'pm X EFi'lUl JtiialCAX. J.aVI."t Chicago, I. 7 i.dui Lt. Lculivillti ., 9 IBpra 9 15ini aitpm Ar. Shelbyvllle. 6.12pm V.5Spm Sold hy Richmond Drug Co. and W. G. 10 OQira Ar.LVrcncnb'e laS&UJi & 31 pin ia lepra Ar. Versailles.. ia55am 7.05 pm 10 40 pm White. Lextneton . Ar WEMBUUM) Na rt Novi No. 4. 7.4ini 4 43 pm 4.40am Lt. LozlDKtoa.. T (iHO. W. Ill LEY Ar. Vers lilies.. will die." &.35pm S.rOatn Ar.La'renceb'g. 2apm 6 00am 9 17an-1Ar. Snelbyville. At the sale of the late Mr. Robin 7 55pm 7 30am ManAr. Louisville.. Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends Wood, held last Thursdav, a tremendous Wright's Celerv Capsules. Trains Noa. 1,8. 5 and o carry Free Observacrowd was present eight hundred or a tion Chair Cars. Shelbvville, Ky., May 26, '96. To Wright "Medical Co., Col., O : thousand people. The mules brought TYEVTBOOND EASTBOOSD. Gents I have purchased a box of $65 to $75; hogs, 4 and 5 cents per pound; No. H No. 11 stations. Nol NO 14. Wrieht's Celery Capsules from .G. L. oats, fiom $1.50 to $2 00 per hundred; 3.5"pm 7 mpm 1u.s5.11n Middelton, druggist, and used them for Lv Loulsvll Ar Ar alnpm 823Jm corn, $1.40 per barrel; cattle from 3 to 4 (113pm IU 00am Ar Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti4 33pm 7 35am 7 Upm lrti9lir ArllarodsbgAr cents per pound; horses averaged $60. 7 25pm II Olira Ar UurRln L, 4 20pm 7.25am pation and found that they cave me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an Everything went at top prices. The EASTDOUND wesTDonsD Na IC tNo Oi excellent remedy. STATIONS No. 15 t.SO f7 credit-o- f terms of the sale were a twehe 3.5ipm 7 45am Lv Louisvll Ar IU5aam 7 55pm Yours very truly, months without interest, and as a con5.2Hpm 9 nam Ar Shelbvll Ar 9.17am 6.25pm 0 34pm 10. 13am Ar Versllcs Ar iOJam llipai Geo. W. Riley. 9 sequence stuffof all sorts went at far beAr 7 41am 3.33pm 7 01 pa; llMira Ar Midway 7S0pm It 15pm ArOeortrtn Lv 715im aropm yond its market value Georgetown o SOUTHERN RfULWftY. 5"" UAT. ioaY. wnai PETER'S Sle-aor- mmimn jri It"l i " 'T. -- a w. PLAIN. PEATHERBOHE CORSET Moberlv- Gb Union. Richmond WH Million Valley View NichoIasTille. Versailles 2 23o 4 a i7 a 35 il 43 4 40 5 S 5 10 5 40 5 eo 5 57 6 3 3 45 S3" 835 '? Sa SOLE MANUFACTURERS. SOLD BY A.M. ?!! ' W. D, OLDHAM & COMPANY. febl0-6- m Trains between Louisville and Versailles daily. Trains between Cincinnati and NichoIaSTll daily. All trains connect with Southern Railway to and from Lomsrille, and with the C. N. O. & T. P. to and from Cincinnati. You can spend five hours in LouistiIIc, about six hours in Cincinnati or ia hours in Lexioston and return to Richmond at 8:30 p. m. L. & In. LV. A. 31. K K Win p. si. 7.33 ARV 5.1-p- K. O. DIVISION. Ix Effect Makot 1, 1S96. Express for Cincinnati, chester and 0 - fans, jMaysville. 6.25 r. ji. 2.05 1.10 11.43 A. M. I r 319 ji. 1.25 mail. Cincinnati. Paris, Mays-ville, inch ester and Lexington mail. Livingston, London, Jel- lico, Fineville. Fast line for Livingston, London.Jellico.Knoxville Fast line for Cincinnati,! I'ans. Winchester. Ron land, Lancaster and Stanford. Lexington You Get Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers and Middlemen by buying direct from the manufacturer. the Profits 1.05 12 55 A. M. 319 P. 51. 11.43 A. JI. 10:10 Times. EASTBOU.ND. On the People's Side. tNo. 1 ItNo 5. 7. 4 jam A 53 pm 10 11 I An editor as a guide at all times will not go far wrong who appears in every issue as an attorney for the people. He may be frequently knocked out, as the people are often knocked out by the enemies that beset them, but he will have the happy consolatson of having done his duty by the people. Theeditorwho gets on the other side of the case will find himself in a hard row of stumps. The corporations can take care of themselves. Nicholasville Democrat. 253m fi.40pm 05am 7 35pm 1? ffirml a.30tml lOpml STATTOKS. Lv Louisville.. Ar. Lexlneton.. Ar. Knoxville.... Ar Asbeville Ar wEsrcouNn. HOW TO FIND OUT. 6. tNo Z t.N'O STATIONS. L.v Loulsvll Ar u 55 m 7 iopm Lv YersIIes Ar 7 55am 5.00pm Ar NlcblvillAr 6.5Sam 4 lCpra Fill a hottle or common water glass ArRichmo'd Lv 605am 315pm I 30pm Ar Irvine Lv with urine and let stand twenty-fou- r No. 1 No 3. or settling indicates a 7 4"am a oopm hours; a sediment 10 1 No better wheel made than the Acme Bicycle George Thorpe, Street, 5"am 10 40pm Ar Jackonvl!le. .. Ar. Cnait-inoogAr. Atlanta Ar. Macon Ar. Jacksonville.. Lv Chattanooga. Savannah..... jasper, wiu-'thefc- e I.Oupm Ar. Birmingham. 2.35am 9.4"pm Ar Meridian... 530am 8.30am Ar. Now Orleans. No. carries Free Chair ear Louisville to Lexington there connectlnz with Solid Veul-b- u e 'lrain carrying Pullman Sleeping Car to Strong Jacksonville via Chattanooga, also to New Orleans. "The money question Bhould not be No. J carries Pullman Sleeper Louisville to made an issue in a localcampaign," wails Chattanooga, also Lexington to Jacksonville via Hot Springs. Asbeville nnd Pullman Cnion n gold-bu- g exchange, and then it adds: Sleeper Lexington to New Orleans. tDaily Except Sunday 'If it Is made an issun the parly that A. "WnrDOW.P.&T. A.. S. T. Swirr.P &T.A., does it will be defeated." P'rhaps the Lexln?ton. Ky. Louisville. Ky. wish is father""to the thonghti but one W. H Green. Gen Sup, J. M. Culp. T. M.C. Washington. D C Washlnston. D. thing is dead certain, no bolting gold-bu- g W. A.TURK.G P A.. Wit H. TAVLOE. AG P A. Louisville, Ky. Washington, D will get name on 1 43am 12.5"pm 4 iOam SO. am 5.55 pm 7 50-i1.15pm 10.53pm I.35am 9 00itn dlipm a. 15am 7 10pm 7 5oam diseased condition of the kidneys. When mine staius linen it is positive evidence of kidney trouble. Too fre quent desire to urinate or pain in the back, is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order. TTHAT TO DO- - Built in our own factory by skilled workmen: using the best material and the most improved machinery. Wo hava no agent? Sold direct from factory to tl e rider, fully warranted. Shipped anywhere for examination. FOR Is This Enough? bis the top of which the next ticket at the Democratic game found. Nicholasville a chicken will be Democrat. ME A MAN MADE TABLETS POSxTlVKLT CTJBt AJAX 'St "T ejX I ... Human Lives Cost the Most. The Stanford Journal says war will come high if we must have it, for the al Ad-kno- G. W. EVANS, M. D., Physician and Suroeox, , Kentucky. Richmond, .... 1L ill ffi DR. T. J. TAYLOR, PractUumer in Ifedicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond Office Hnl residence on Third StrePU ... l oooei tbc-Prlc- OElM -- The Style, Fit and Wear could rot be improved for Double o&yZzrS V. L. Douglas $30, $4.00 and E3NTAL STJ3GERY. DR. A. WILKES SiDTH, DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky Richmond, OrriCE Smith bulldin;. Min Street. Office r Sourt, fna to 12 M. ; 1:00 to 4 I. 11...' r"Prctice limited to dentittrr. Brc&;S!flli m $5.00 Shoes arc the productions of skillrH workmen, from the best material possible to put into shoes told at these prices. snoes lor men, ana We make also $JM and p.i $150, $2.00- - and $J.75 for boys, and the Douglas $3.5U oncer sfcoey very stntable tor s, policemen and others having letter-carrier- r wL. much walkiag to do. alnsGisA Merchants, Bankers, Law ersy J. C. Moboah. s S'A. ITatsk. MORGAN & YATES, DENTISTS-,H.CHMOND, and all economical men wear W. L. Deuslx Shoes because they are the best. Fbrslctans oBSkpsysgk. TVeare constantly adding new stylos to onr alratdvlare;e variety, said there is no reason why od cannot bu suited, so Insist on having Y. L. Douglas Shoes from yonr dealer. We use only the best Calf, Russia Calf (all colors). French Patent Calf, French"' Enamel, YIri Kid, etc.. graded to correspond Trim prices of the BhoM. If1 dealer cannot supply yon, write - Kentucky. feM0-Si- OmcE Main Street, over Madison National . M jtj r.ST" i.. t- -. w Freeman Brothers, Riofrrfiond, ?. a L MWGLAS, IfmHm, Mm. Catalogue Fkke. ' 1! jif ''-!.- U r- Ky. t . 11 Journal. Delayed. President Robinson is just as mnrh COLLEGE HILL. wrong as those who would destroy and do unlawful acts. When a man Rev. E. L. Picket began a revival here talks of "oweing absolutely" the public last Saturday highway and of making them "impassa. Mr. Will Grider ia visiting his brother, ble" lie goes as much too far as those whoi John Grider, at this place. take them by force. If Presidents Mrs. Beltio "Wright, of Franklin and so called owners or public highway county, is spending a few days with would stop to cousider the matter they friends and relatives here. The home of Mr. aud James Demaree would see that they own nothing by wasbaddened Saturday night right. The Slate of Kentucky btaited of their little daughter, Mabel.by the loss wrong when it first .trans lered or tried A child of Chas. Willoughby's fell to transfer the public highways to a from the bod last Friday aud cut a long private party or to a corporation. The and ugly gash just above the eye. people have as much original and, ininteresting- - features of One of alienable right to travel froiy One point the College Hill Literary society is i to another as they liave to breth the air, court which has been instituted by the tbey furnish the lungs, and any at younx people. On last Friday evening if tempt ot me uoramonweann to levy a Mr James Griggs was arraigneiLbefore thuj tribunal on tlie grave charge ot tax on the air one breathes woult! 'be thegirla. Altera close examiconsidered an outraae. jThe object off nation of witnesses'by Prosecuting" Attorthose who favor iiee turnpikes is to re ney C I). Co'jib8 and thejjawycre for tlie defendant, iollowed by lengtuy .speeches cover that which was wrongf ally takil ffqjji Combs and A. "VV Adamsthe case from them. ,Ab to iiowtEey are to re- wan handed.over to the jury which soon cover is to be determined later, and the returned with a verdict of guilty, fixing amount kdae "to any who have may hifllTouniahment at two months expulsion improved the highways is matter tobe froa "young, ladies, company, wlueb. we n Rnvp.n n toll-gates Committee on Military affairs reports to El ConRres8 that it costs for powder and lt projectile alone $164 to fire ,one round rifle, $322 to fire one KfclYlEDY tiU., Cakaf, 1J from an eight-inc- h The propretor of this paper guarantee round from a rifle, $561 to fire For sale In Richmond, Ky. by Tlaean Ss the genuineness of this offer. I30irifle, and $650 to Herndon. one round from h one round from fire pneumatic gun. The cost of one round from a lafcd0Tvm-atedMfc- , mortar is$219. Here is another argument inrapp'ort of arbitration. ce 10-in15-in12-in- Prevent Insanity end Consumption u taken in time. Tbeirnno shows Immediate improve moat and effects a (JUKE where all other fail In ut upon havinii the gennine Alax Tablets Ther have cnredthon&ands and willcareyotx. Yt e clvo a positive written traarantee to effect a enre PTC in each case or refund the money. Price W U I Wiper pocsaee; or aix pkc-- s (fall treatment) lor liu). mall. In plain wrapper, oron receipt of price. Circular 19 Drarlxni M A JLLLlferroxu Dilate Faillns lite. br Abuse or other Ejcmms and Indip-- , cretlans. They quiekly and turtle restore Lout Vitality in oldorion&c.ana fit a men for tndr, business or marriage WRITE between Main and building, Water, rear of Dillingham There is comfort in the knowledge Richmond, Ky. Beady to do all kinds Acme Cye'? Co., Elkhart, Ind. of lilacksniithfng promptly in the best so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's workmanlike manner. jan27-47 Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney remedy iulfills every wish in relieving pain in the back, "kidneys, liver, bladder and $3-7- 5 every part of the urinary passascs. It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding'pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times dur'ng tho night to urinate. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Ro- ot Every reader should know and understand this extraordinary is soon realized. It stands the highmeans money in their pockets. offer. est for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine ! you should have the best. Sold by druggists, price fifty cents and one dollar. For a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by mail, mention tho Climax, address to nnd send your full post-ofiiDr. Kimer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y. Our interesting Offer m 8-- FOR $2.00. (ill? PREMIUM 0FFE1 It i The Parmer is Interested The Gardner Is Interested! The Housewife is Interested! The Rower Grower is Interested! world-renown- A Loaa i i; of seedsmen, JAMES VICK'S SON'S, Rochester, Wo have arranged with the X. Y., to furnish their celebrated seeds and VIck's Illnxtrated Monthly Magazine one year, new yearly subscribetot the Weekly Cinux, upon receipt ot only,, widen will be given to each 2.00 cash. WHY? 5c 1 5c 5c 5c 10c 5c 5c 5c 10c 5c 5 1? Gratitude 1 OUB OFFER IS THIS: VEGETABLES . FLOWEBS. wo-il- has poured in upon us during the thirty years taat pit. ' 4 ftarsaparilla J JoI?nston's QUART BOTTLES. the-mo-at uirt-tcg'wj- th i it IlllllilSii l. . suffering men, women and children stfongjand healthy. Our 36 page illustrated ibook contains some of these let-'ters oiferatitude. and besides, giving you 'lots o1r eood. solid health advice. Send for a py its free. Quart bottle, $1.00 , WHXfJltS. DAVtS. BROOKS & CO., Detratt. Has been making thousands of weak and " II Beet, Imp. Early Blood Turnip . Cabbage, Early Sninmer Carrot, inantenay . Celery, White Plume . Corn, Evergreen Cucumber, Early White Spine Lattuce, Early Curled Simpson- Musk Melon, Hackensack Onion, Danvers Yellow Globe Teas, Charmer Pursnin. Hollow Crown Radish. French Breakfast Spinach, Longstanding , squasn, summer.. Squash, Hubbard Salsify (Vegetable Oyster Tomato, McCullom'jj Hybrid. Turnip, Strap-Le-af Ked-Top. pkt. Aster. 'Balsam ' Sweet Peas. Kicotiana Candytuft Petunia. Salpiglossis. Scabiosa. . 15c " Bachelor Button. Dianthus . - 5o 5o 15c 5c 5c 5c 5c 'II m 5c 5c 10c T& pkts. Vegetoblea. $ 75c 5c, 10 pkts. Flowers. oc and 5c Vick'sTllustrated Monthly Magazine one year. 5c The Magazine has been greatly improved for 5c 1597, ana is cp to aate on all matters pertalnlBK 5c to Flowers, Vegetables, Plants. Shrubs, Roses, 5c Lawns. Gardens. Plants in the house, etc. The department of correspondence is very Taluable. 1 CO Price, per year 50 THINK OF IT! ALL THIS! SI - Packets Vegetable Seed3 as nanied........................................ . - . Flower Seeds as named ...,.............., ick's Illtwtrated MontlUy Magaane, one year ltlr.hEiond Climax. 52 weeks,.....- .............."........ ....... 18 CO 10 Packets H 150 75 50 . I ! - 11 .. -- v 3 - 1 oHiivlinflfAn hv ihAJ'AllHa wjMvf yhff n nfc. JT..T-j- 'r' , A - , . . bu t. . 'I j. - . 1 v . t i . if ?r kt i'.' - arf-lffS- . "-.--- JC'-i" -"?- 1"- - . 1nj- r t "..ft & - Arit " . . " - r n- jfh ti auM j 1' Iftu" e. iix j tft.7 ,. rwh ' t T'Vi .. h nas.fiPr . , Lrv. wtmiAtatwi. MKmmww -- -. - - )& . t. rtrf " ,1 3i- Ji - r rz- -. ''jVi.-TW".-. j i. i iiniiusnniHnr r . -. ? .' '" .'. . r b '"-- tr ..i r.j.. j ,. .is- a iumiiv , . -. -- v. e' rr- f.f .t &?. . w ' - i " r t ,. -- t Jn a , - . .'h. ik. r"irj',' ihwu. ut -jj.Cjm, j T."v-.. 'r JZ? A tiv' x u. t " z p- - i i mzrz. j tr jlji! bndwrfiat.lW.lVa 'Jbi-rwh- ? e -s. - is J"3, fL..-- t', i.j ... .is" r "l . --- .- . . . . - ' Is.".!,. 11 tj. 11 n J '1' tu. . I mm- j,t jjwm-i- i .1 - :" r . -v wwv " - r I ( 'ST. b . j" Tr- . & t . ( r '' A. g? rv.. a 5 v S.. 7 ' J. S r. - J - 'i.i v - -t k. .3IL tl ii tm it Jli ijir Hauix PriMiimg Cornpmtyr '(41 r C$3.ZS FOR ONLtY $2.00 ! NnrbttlM. Sm jk orier at mcc la t $3 75 - Rchmo4 Kg$0k& - J .; e - '. "a - !J. - K The Richmond Climax. rOBIJBHED KVKBY WEDNESDAY BT What McKinley Says Will Bring Prosperity. 3 Ths Climax Printing Go. Medicinal valoe In More a botUa of Hood's Sarsa-parill- More More than in any other preparation. I Proprkionind Editors. CMlUMstT' C. E. WOODS. Associate Edfejr. PRICE PER YEAR, MARCH $1.50. $1.25 17, 1897. IN ADVANCE, WEDNESDAY, inn tnnnnnjnnnnnjxnnnnnsnnnnninjnnnJinnnnnjnnnnrunnnjnnn Our currency should continue under the- supervision of the Govern- - ij raent. The several forms of our paper money offer, in my judgment, a constant embarrassment to the Government and a safe balance in the Treasury. Therefore I believe it necessary to device a system which, without diminishing the circulating medium, or offering a premium for its contraction, will present a remedy for those arrangements which, temporary in their nature, might well in the years of our properity have been displaced by wiser provisions. The credit of the Government, the integrity of its currency and the inviolability of its obligations must be preserved. It is earnestly hoped and expected that Congress will at tho earliest practicable moment enact revenue legislation that shall be fair, reasonable, conservative and just, and which, while supplying sufficient revenue for public purposes, will still be Bignally beneficial and helpful to every tcction and every enterprise of the people-I-t has been onr uniform practice to retire, not increase, our outstanding obligations, and this policy must again be resumed and vigorously enforced. Economy is demanded in every branch of tho Government at all times, but especially in periods like the present depression in business and distress among the people. The severest economy must be observed in all public expenditures, and extravagance must be stopped wherever it is found, and prevented wherever in the future it may be developed. Congress should give prompt attention to the restoration of our American merchant marine. Our naturalization and immigration laws should be further improved to the constant promotion of a safer, a better and a higher citizenship. Reforms in the civil service must goon, but changes should be real and genuine, not perfunctory or prompted by party zeal in behalf of any party, simply because it happens to be in power. WHAT WE MUST DO. More M ore On our second page In this issue Mrs. Amanda T. Million, onr excellent Superintendent of County Schools, makes her annual report to State Superintendent Davidson. The report, of course, omits any reference to the character of the services rendered by Mrs. Million. In common with the school teachers and patrons of our publicscbools, tbe Climax avers that no county in the State has a more conscientious faithful, pains-takin- g and efficient school superintendent than Madison, and her conductof tbe office will long be a measure by winch lo grade her successors. More More More More skill U required, more care taken, more expense Incurred In Its manufacture It costs the proprietor and the dealer but It costs tho consumer lest, as he gets more doses for his money. curative power Is.secured by its peculiar combination, proportion an4 process, which make It peculiar to itse'f. people are employed and more spaco occupied In its Laboratory than any other. wonderful cures effected and moretes-timonlareceived than by any other. sales and more increase ye.ir by year beinu Republican for several years. are reporteu by drucclsts. people ar taking Hood's Sarsaparilla today than any other, and more are M. Hacker ami family visited friends taking today than ever before. and stili, more reasons might be here a few days ago. grren why you should take ls this week taking orders for his house. Miss Minnie White, of Francisville. lml.. "suicided last week by drowning herself. It is reported that she was the youngest daughter of J. "W. White, of this couuty. At the Republican primary election held in Entill last Friday, the following ticket was nominated: County Judge, James W. Muncie; County Clerk, James F. Harris; Circuit Clerk. James A. Wallace; Sheriff, Stephen Daniels County School Superintendent W. S. Witt; Coroner, Wm. S. Winkler; Assessor, Alex. Hamilton; Surveyor, EueeneWitL "All are good men but it seems that a great dissatisfaction is among the Republican party which may cause a Democratic ticket, to be elected thin fall, after Estill for-mei- ly State of Ohio, City ff Toledo, Ll'CM Strayed. J Ik . - p. t'OUNTJf. This day Faytta Vaughn came be Fiiaxk JCAEXEvm:jkes oath that he fore me and made oath as required is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doinir bnsiness in thei by law and had postod, four hogs, of 10. Three of City of Toledo CoanU and State afore- guilts, the value said hogs black and white spotted said, and that said firrr. will pay the sum under my ofONE HONORED TOLLAUS for each and one red. Given hand this February 6, 1897. and case of CATAitnit that cannot be U. S. CoYLn, cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh mch3 4w J. P. M. C. Cuke. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before m'eand sulwcribed in my presence, this Cth day of December, A.D. 18SG. A.W. GLEASON r-- i Iv3av Brower Scott ! CARPETS, &Frazee,l - FURNITURE, WALLPAPERS. DRAPERIES. '- PUBLIC SALI 2r'7-ss- ' m m v; -- HI "We Show "the ecu SE.l ( Hood's Sarsaparilla Tho One True Blood Purifier. $1 per bottle. Hood's Pills SKILK 23 cents. CORRESPONDENCE. KINGS STATION. Estill County. W. T. Tharp, postmaster at Winston, was here last Saturday. A. Frazier shipped a car load of wood from this place Tuesday. Stella, infant daughter of Owen Rid dle, fell and broke her arm last Saturday. Thomas Bain, a popular voung man of this place, will leave for Illinois where he will spend the remainderof this year. Farmers have commenced plowing up their ground for oats and corn. There will be a large acieagc of corn raised in tbis vicinity. The Republican primary is over and your scribe has been informed that O. K. Koland was selected as Judge. He is a popular man, but will be beaten iu November. William Broaddns shot himself through the hand accidentally last Friday while attending the Republican primary. Same old story, fooling with a pistol. Capt. S. fc Rock, of Richmond, was among his friends at this place last week. Capt planted about 2,000 peach teeds which will add greatly to his young orchard here, lie intends to build him a nice summer house on his farm at this place this summer. Billy Owexs, rJter one term in the House, has learned a great deal. He has come from under the tntelage and espionage of Henij' "Watterson, and fearlessly makes a prediction which astounds the Star-Eye- d Goddess, for the latter openly says: "We have always had a liking for Mr. Owens, but we are unable to fathom this philosophy. Mr. Owens says: "The question of coinage is likely to settle itself before another Pi evidential election. "If the predicted prosperity for the next few years follows the Republican victory of last fall; if when the next national convention assembles, industry ha revived; if the markets have an upward tendency; if products are bringing living prices; if those now unemploed are at woik with fair wages, then no one except such as have a direct interest, r, either as bullion owner or will be found to urge a further agitation of this now vexed question. "But on the other hand, when the present system has had a fair chance and produced no good results; if trade be lifeless; if the laborer finds no work for his willing hands if the farmer continues to realize les than the coat of production for the proluce of. his farm, then few will be bold enonch to resiot the demand for neces&arv relief." otHce-seeke- on his wheel. BED WETTING CURED A conference mectins of all the members of Speedwell church is asked for OR NO PAY. Mbs. B. M. IIOWAN, Milwaukee, mch3-l- y Wis. Sunday morning next. Be on hand. Measles have taken a new hold since getting through with E. H. Baker and John Powell. They are now in the families of Irvine Owens and Wm. IBa. m Woolery, with good chances for others. AHm A! Ilali'u Catarrh Cure iti taken internally SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1897, and acts directly on tho blood and mu- At 10 o'clock, a. m., promptly, three mile from Born to Mrs. Fred Evans, last week, a cous surfaces of tbe system. Send for Richmond on the Richmond and Lexington turnpike, the following: Fostt Acres of bov. Same to Mrs. W. A. Logwlon. testimonials, free. good land. There is a spring on this land that Elder Neal, of Winchester, wjll preach a time F. J. CHENEY & Co.. Toledo, 0. never goes dry. At the sameMarcs, I will sell&c. Colt', number of Horse Stock, at Speedwell the first Suuday in April. two Milch Also some Alderney Heifere and JCffi""Sold by Drucgists, 75c When the last train goes by Saturday Cows. Terms made known on day of sale. evening Col. H. R. Smith pulls for Irvine B. H. NEALB. N. B Also two acres of good land, with nice dwelling house and black-smit- h shop thereon adjoining the above tract. B. II. X. mch!0-4w PANOLA. ' Notary Pubuc. I will seU at public sale to the highest bidder, on The Largest Assortment of "House Furnishings" South." of River. LSlew Ohio Carpetings, New Mattings, I &! r. New Linoleums, New Furniture, New Wall Paper, New Draperies, For the Spring Season, 1897. Carriages a Special t Shades, Pillows and Mattresses made to or.i. r. We Invite Inspection. Lowest Prices'Guaranteed. Wood Mantels and Babj-- ff iANDY CATHARTIC A RELIGIOUS. Rev. H. C. Morrison, writing from San Antonio, Texas, to his paper, The Methodist, says: "Who do you suppose came walking into the par sonage on the Saturday before tho close of our meeting? You woultf never guess. Col. Craddock. I was delighted to see the dear old bachelor. I said "Colonel, what did you let those brethren turn me out of the church for while I was away?" The Colonel hung down his head and grinned and seemed to be truly ashamed of himself. It is hard to hold anything against a man when you meet him far from home, so I forgave him, and we had a pleasai.t chat." t CURECOrlSTIPATiO10 d HALL Tork. w 23 SO a2K7WG53ar9tB5tftt littefrzlgiyiwaZyiB gi fiTIilf I rTTEKIl WV....U.IAUUV pie and booklet free, id, RTF.KLI50 REHEDT ( 0.. u.,.u ........ ARSflT.TTTRT.Y DRUGGI5T3 I easeor constipation. Catearrti are the Heal Laxa4 can iif. arrrr snnor mof.Mi ftne riiTniinriimuiu. Mm.t Oilfiro. Montreal. Can., erfien Jiri iii.i WHAT WE MUST NOT DO. Lynchings must not be tolerated iu a great and civilized country like the United States. Immunity should be granted to none who violate the laws, whether individuals, corporations or communities. To postpone action in the calling of Congress together in the presence necessity would beunwL-co-a the part of the Executive.be of so great cause unjust to the interests of the people. Mostour financial laws are the outgrowth of experience and trial, and phould not be amended without investigation, and demonstration of the wis dom of the proposed changes. We must be both "sure we are riht" and "make haste slowly." If, therefore, Congress in its wisdom shall deem it expedient to create a commission to take under consideration the revision of our coinage, banking and currency laws, and give them the exhaustive, careful and dispassionate examination that their importance demands, I shall cordially concur in such action. The Government should not be permitted to run behind or increase its debts in times like the present. Suitably to provide against this is the mandate of duty, the certain and easy remedy for most of our financial difficulties. A deficiency is inevitable 60 long as the expenditures of the Government exceed its receipts. It can only be met by loans, or an increased revenue. AVhile a large annual surplus of revenue may invite waste and extravagance, inadequate revenue creates distrust and underroiues public and private credit. Loans are imperative in great emergencies to preserve the Government needed revenue in timeof peace for the or ita credit, buta failure to maintenance of either has no jii'tilii-Htion- . we must avoid the temptation of territoWe want no wnrs of rial aggrcioii. War hlimilil never be entered npon nntil every atrcucy of preferable to war in almost every contingencv. peace has failed; peace Arbitration is the true method of bctilement of international as well as local 111 m BIG JMaj'uCCiTTiir tie WF flyLsL. m KS 32-3- 1 rawer i Scott htti iv,. .ji isr;ncr;3 ly. & Fraze e, m BIRTHS. Jones. To the wife of .1. M. Jones, of Union City, la! Saturday, twin girl". fisaMlfcSZauareii nduce Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. COTTONBUBG. ?v Senator Walcott has returned from abroad, whither he went to confer with the financiers of Europe for the purpose of bringing an international movement in favor of bimetallism. That he was greatly encouraged by the feeling in favor of bimetallism is evidenced lj' the following: "An international agreement for the remonetization of silver is entirely feasible. I am lead to this conclusion by the . 1 1" JliT feeling which I have found abroad, and where the belief in silver is stronger than mjoririJiruiruixnjxriruiruuirir.r'--r I had anticipated. But, in my opinion, the accomplishment of this rests largely wih the United States. The course we tended, eight meetings, one in each magpursue in the next four years will have a isterial district, being held, with fair great effect upon the feeling of the measure of succor." nations. "Most of them are entirely willing to take part in a monetary conference, hut thvy do not want a repetition of the Mrs. A. D, Flora was in Cincinnati affair at Brussels. At that time the dele- last week. gates from the United States v. ere so diAuditors. H. Stone was here from vided among themselves thev could Saturday until Monday. never be brought to a unit. This must .Mr. John Feeny, Jr., of Paris, was be different in any future conference. here on Saturday and Sunday. roniit; i- 5 1 Eu-rope- in PERSONAL. l PROGRAM: Mr. Jell Parks, of Harrisonville, "Rondo No. 6" "I spent most of time in London. Paris Mo., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Piano DuetMisses Taylor and Pattie. and Berlin, where I talked with the leadVocal Bolo "Gaily Chant the Summer . . . Frank Carr has returned from Birds" De Pinna ing bimetallibts, and from them learned Miss Annie Bennett. a visit to Richmond. Paris the actual feeling of the masses, as well Piano Solo "Album Leaf Kirchncr Miss Annie McColIum. as of the government officials- Trom Mrs. French Tipton has as a guest Vocal I Love You, Dear".Hawley what they told me, I was greatly en- her sister, Miss Susie G. Stuart, of Miss Florrie Heath. Piano Solo "After School" couraged, and am extremely hopeful for Georgetown. Lichncr Miss Nannie Hunt Powell. the future." Mrs. H. M. Rogers and daughter, Vocal Sole "Lullaby" . Luckstone When Senator Wolcott went abroad it of Dayton. Ind., are visiting Mrs. J. Miss Elsie McCown. Vocal Duet "Entreaty" . was with the knowledge and sanction of Speed Smith. Bohm Misses Bennett and Crow. Miss Minnie Bohon and Mr. John Vocal Solo "Anchored" President McKinley as well as of the Watson Mr. Waller Traynor. Finance committee. II 8 object, R. Raine, of Atlanta, marry at Piano Solo "Air deBallet" tomorrow. Chaminade while not publicly avowed, was, it is Miss Sallie - Marvin Rice returned to school at Vocal Trio "Welcome Taylor. said, to bring about a new international Pretty PrimRichmond after a short visit here rose" -PInsute conference on the monetarv question Campbellsville Journal. Misses Heath, Bennett and to have it held within the next year, Mrs. AV. H. Shanks, nee Lena It is needless to say that the initial number if possible If the narrow and bigoted Baldwin, is very ill of typhoid fever was faultlessly rendered, Miss Taylor having been a faithful pupil of Miss Pattie. gold hoarders think that the silver ques- at her home at Stanford. Miss Bennett never Miss Mamie Baldwin, of Madison, Richmond audience, sang as well before a tion is dead they are wrong, and very her is visiting her sister, Mrs. V. H. fect and as effectively trilling being as perwrong. Mr. Wolcott everywhere found executed as the Shanks. Stanford Journal. could ask. interest in the question and the way Mr. Lacy L. Bright is at homo from The piano Germany in particular 6tands is signifi- a visit to his brother, Dr. Hardin W. and Powell solos of little Misses McColIum were executed with such skill as to Bright, at Knoxville, Tenn. cant elicit applause and compliments. Miss Margaret W. Chenault and On his arrival in Berlin, nearly three Miss Florrie Heath's appearance was the sigweeks ago, Senator Wolcott held fre- Mr. Geo. V. Evans, Jr., are visiting nal for a demonstration by the friends of this much liked young lady, and her solo was freely quent conferences with Dr. Arendt, Von Mrs. Will Watts, at Chilesburg. Messrs D. B. Shacklford, J. Tevis applauded. Kardufl and other prominent bimetal-list- Cobb and J. Lewis Booker were in Misses Hcaih, Bennett and Lucy Crow, three Afterward he saw Chancellor Yon Clay county last week, on business. good individual voices, were a little short of practice in their trio, and hardly did themselves Ilohenlohe, Bierbersteiu, Dr. Miquel, Mrs. Ward Stevenson, of Ford, to Irvine, was the guest of her justice; Miss Crow possesses a good alto voice. and other representatives of the Govern Miss Elsie McCown has a sweet voice meut. He tried to induce them to have aunt, Mrs. Claude Smith, Wednes- promise, and her rendition of Kordica'sof much lullaby day. was warmly applauded. Germany take the initiative iu 6ecuiing Mr. Coleman Nell, of Harrods-burMiss Sallie Taylor's piano solo was one of the bimetallism, and assured them that the came over on Saturday and evening's United States would declare for oilver in spent a few days with his parents encomiums.best numbers, and won her many 1 JOO if au international agreement was here. Mr. Waller Traynor, the only male in the Misses Pearl Hill and Jennie Ar- class, created little less than a sensation by uot reached first. The German officials would not agree to take the first steps, nold, of Lancaster, were the guests singing Watson's famous "Anchored." His short but p omised to enter into negotiations last week of Miss Arnold, on High ance training and this being his first appearstreet. caused him come but he deThis calls to mind Bryan's famous Miss Lucy Brandenburg has re- monstrated to the satisfaction if not the envy ''Let the United States declare turned from Lexington and taken of all, that he has a voice of great promise and for silver without waiting for any other rooms at Capt. Ballard's, on Third worthy of cultivation . He was enthusiastically encored and compelled to acknowledge the well street. Nation on earth." Col. and Mrs. S. V. Rowland have meant compliment. Of returned to Danville after a pleasant singleMiss PaUie, it js useless to sneak. No MRS. MILLION'S ANNUAL REPORT OF visit to their daughter, Mrs. S. B as a exhibition is the measure of her talent COUNTY SCHOOLS. GREATLY EXCOUBAOED AND HOPEFUL. Keu-tuckia- of Richmond, as well as many of the unmusical elite of the city, in honor of the recital by Miss Mr. A K. Lackey, Jr.. is sick at Mary Pattie's class. The assembly, in its she, qaality, and enthusiasm, was a high compli- father's near here. Miss Lucile Francis is the imest ment to the pupils and teacher alike. The program with which the attendance and kind at- relatives near Lancaster. MU--i Sadie Sandusky, of Keene, is tention of the large audience were rewarded, is guest of Mr. Robt. GwVn. given Deiow: treatment. Rev. A. J. Pike, of Brodhead, has had the care of (jirtad church for six years pa6t. li is time expires on the third Saturday in March and the church will then go into a call on that day for a pastor for the ensuing year. Hurry p, McKiiiley, and bring prosperity. The people here are getting impatient waiting. Give us a protective tariff on eggs fur the sole benefit of Sam Long, Jr., who savs he is full of confidence and if you will put a tariff on eggs uufi heAwill be prosperous. bugs down great many gold here have trot the itch the political itch and aie exptcting to do a great deal of Miss Pallie Musicale. scratching for dear life. It would be a Dispite the attractions of an "open session" sight to see the Btomachofa gold bug at Central University and the theatrical exhi- aualyzed; there would not be enough bition at White & Bush's opera house, the confidence iu it to rai-- e a disturbance in double parlors, hall and staircase of the Heath a nat's eye. Where, oh, where has conresidence were simply packed on Friday night fidence gone ? list with the major portion of the music lovers 11 And still it rains and keejw the farmers from plowing, although it is time Adams. Mrs. Tillie Adams, wife of enough yet in this of prosperity. Willis Adams, formerly of RockcasGertie Tmler, daughter of Elvada Tudor, who is muter treatment of W. K. tle, died of measles at Paint Lick, Price for granulated eyelids, isiuiproviug leaving tcven children, the youngest very nicely. Dr. W. K. Price is kept bu$y calling an infant only a few days old. on bis patients, which are very numerHarris. Mrs. Mary J. Harris, ous in tlis communitv. He is having whoso death was briefly noted in our success with moot of the cases under bid Issue, was a of Mrs. DEATHS. ments FOR Cash Trade. t The above rnt represents one ot the handsome Bronze Clocks now on exhibition at our store, which we propose to give onr Cash Customers entirely free of charge, in consideration of their liberal patronage. This Special Offer, which will hold good for a limited time oly, is made for the purpose of increasing our cash trade. These clocks are made of bronze, and are beautiful mantel ornaments, as well as first class time keepers. There four designs. We will take pleasure in showing yon the clocks. By means of punch cards or coupons we record your cash purchases from time to time, and when these purchases reach a specified sum. according to different designs of clocks, we will present yon with one of these Beautiful Absolutely Free. Trusting you will take advantage of this liberal offer, and favor and favor us with your patronage, we remain, Yery respectfully Time-keepe- rs KrnirJ ted ii:rr3i77nrcr; lX&(UU(MMiU $r &&& iitr:i-r- v ,fc"y . " -3 --w- ill &?. SPRING PLOWING I PAINT LICK. his of the n. - visited Bryantsville last week. Miss Lucile McClure, of Buena Vista, is visiting relatives and friends here. "Her health began to fail rapidly a Mr. E. L. Woods shipped a cur load ot cattle and hogb to Cincinnati last Tues- couple of weeks ago, and death is atday. tributed to old age- - She was the Mrs. I. C. Ruckerand daughter spent mother of H. H. Harris and a few days with her husband here last Wm. Harris, of Napa county, John week. Miss Alma and Mary Lear visited Harris, of Ergon, Oregon, and of friends in Lancaster last Friday and Sat- Mrs. Mary Steckter, of Rutherford." n. iff Mr. Crockett Hainliue has accepted a clerkship with lackey & Bro. .Messrs. J. W. Adams and B. 31. Beas-Ie- v Nancy last sister Pigg, of this county, and aunt of Judge Riddell, of Irvine. The Napa, California, Journal, of Feb. 20, contained this: "Mrs. Mary J. Harris passed quick-lj- r away at 12 o'clock noon Saturday, at the home of her son, Wm. Harris, corner of Main street and Lincoln avenue, this city. Deceased was a native of Estill county, Kentucky, and was born Aug. 28, 1810. Her maiden name was Mize. She was married to P. F. Harris May 24, 1829, and they moved to Missouri in 1831. There they raised their family and lived until 1853 when thoy came across tho plains, coming direct to Napa valley. Her husband died a quarter of a century ago, and his grave is beside hers in the Yountville cemetery. She joined tho Baptist Church at the age of 18, and in 1858 united with tho Christian Church at Yountville under the pastorate of Rev. J. P. McCorkle. "At the time of her death Mrs. Harris had 54 living descendants; 4 children, 17 grandchildren and 33 m i We have the best plows the factories produce. If you expect to do ain plowing the coming spring, and are not already supplied with plows, you cannot afford to buy before sriyin Us a call. Everything kept in a well equipped hardware house is found in our stock. t youre. R5fS White Dry Goods. ... it it u M kwS HH Gibson. fjj H ShnnkRlfnrd A- --- &- --M !-- .,.- X PiRntni w.... g; II I I II ; KICHMOD, KENTUCKY. WE ARE IN IT 1 SATURDAY, FEBBU We open in our new house, next door to the Farmer's National Bank, formerlv occupied by Klein & Son, having sold out all our stock at auction, we open with new stock, the largest and best in .Richmond and urday. Har-roclsbu- rg 1 - and-Crov- r. song-critic- s Miss Lucile Ballard, who is attending school" at Lancaster, spent Saturday and Sunday at home Mr. U. F. HiixinP. "Tha Amrel of Commerce," spent from Friday until Monday with friends here. Mr. M. A. Norris and family will move to Pullinsville, Ky., where Mr. N. will continue to run a merchandise store. We are sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs. Xorris. Mr J. G. Galloway, well known in Madison county, was nominaied for Assessor of Garrard last Saturday over eight candidates. Mr. G. is quite a popular man. For Assessor. Mr. A. J. Broaddus has authorized his announcement in this issue of the Climax for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the party. Mr. Broaddus Democratic has filled the office heretofore, and made a good officer and should he again bo elected we believe ho would fill the position to the entire satisfaction of the people. Call On Mr. Combs. BOTLESYILLE. Born to the February 27th, Mr. and . are both in bed Mj-s- Editors Climax: s. en-rou- te g, wife of Henry Abney, Knowing that we will have to a boy. elect a representative in the lower Johii Wall, of this place, branch of tho next Legislature, we sick at present. know of no man who would be more Mrs. Hugh Parke, ot Waco, has been painstaking and watchful of tho invisiting her father at this place. terest of the people than W. "W. Mrs. Sam Grigss, near here, is. able to Combs, and call on him to announce be out again after short spell M sick- himself, subject to tho action of the ness. Democratic party. The back water from Kentucky river Many Voters From Waco. visited us again, last week, but did no damage this time, BROOKSTOWN. Rev. W. F. AVyatt, of M. E. church, preached atGreen Oak Sunday. There must be a echoolhouee built The trouble is where shall it be placed. Mr. Jacob Hupuely has been in a eth- Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, stage-frigh- t, ical condition from dropsy for Eome weeks. Dr. R D. Price, of Winchester was irr tho neighborhood Monday visiting pa- White. ment throughout the country and the exciting political campaign, all of which more or less affected the school?, our progress has been very gratifying. 'We have 101 schools in the county. 2S of are colored. The last census reported 7.379 pupils, which does not include 1,336 in the city of Richmond. There were 3 72S with an average attendance for the session of 3,028, which does not include a large number between the age of 18 and 20. who do not attend any echools. The cost of tuition, based on average attendance, was $6.86 for every There were reported 81 white and 50 colored children over age of 10, who could neither read or write. M We have 92 school houses in good condition, 88 provided with patent furniture and GO with charts, maps and globes. The approximate value of all school property belonging to the county in $56,400, which includes the furniture and apparatus valued at $6 000. "The schools are now sufficiently grad-- e as to enaLle tbe teacher to teach all the common school branches from the primary to the advanced grades. The j total expenditure for teachers was $20, S1040, showing an average of $44.59 per mouth for white teachers. There were 9 new teachere, who nevertaughtbefore.l added to tbe force. The amoBut of jnosey raised by way.of supplementary land to extend tercsQf school tras only 1 Mrs. Million's report f.ivs: ana Mrs. Brutus Davenport, of "The success of the schools of Madi- Roanoke, Va., visited Mrs. Robt son county for J896-9has surpassed onr Miller last week. Miss Minva Phelps is expected expectations." Considering the reduced home next week from a visit to .Mrs. percapita thegeneral financial embarrass- W M. Bright, nee Miss Lula 7 Mc-Kinn- Mrs. Catesby Woodford of Bourbon, at Stanford. - after taking in the Inauguration and visiting her sister, Mrs Franklyn M. Hanger, at Staunton, Va. While in Washington she was the guest of her brother, Col. J. Harvie McDowell. Avery elegant dinner in honor of Messrs. T. H. Shanks and Albert Severance, two popular young beaux jui i.ii.i., vks fr.vcu oy jhish j?jor- - she is as bright as she Js beautiful, b.'itth on Thursday. .Others and her appearance on tbe streets alproHouc Aliases atti3, Baldwin, ways excites admiring comments. Bennett and Hoocu She faultless complexion, JS06jmdtimmnkiintkKeehics. .'X electric street car maafefcery .hue goldenhas' a and laughing ejevof hair, Tlrreaeiere AocHrtfGR' Y5 well afc- - rsuewiea at ueowwrq, " he.vp' own blue, ' & ,jr . tv .f 223r t :ii i 1 - I. Wr-e Miss Dora Russell is very ill at the residence of her sister, Mrs. J. Tevis tt'ilkerson, at Laxington. Miss Sudie Russell is at her bedside. Mrs. J. S. Johnson and little son, Master Pearce Johnson, of Camp Uick Robinson, were the guests last week of Mrs. N. J. Arnold. Friends of Miss Ella Parks will be glad to learn that sho is once more back in Richmond, beirnr atthehoirm of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watts. The Chasse des Fees gave their monthly hop at Danville on Thursday. Saxton furnished the music. Among the visitors was Miss Julia Higgins, of this city. Mr Dave Martin, one of Madsion's best known and best liked citizens, returned last week from a pleasant visit to his niece, Mrs. J. W. Miller at Barbourville, W. Va. Hon. James B. McCreary and wife returned home on Saturday from Washington. Both are in excellent health, and were cordially welcomed by their neighbors and friends. Miss Belle McDowell is at home Dozier & Boggs bought 34 cases of eggs A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret last Friday at 7 cents. from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant The big rains are keeping the mud AO YEARS THE STANDARD. roads in fine Bhape here of late. Wheat is looking well in this vicinity and corn is selling at $1.20 per barrel. Allen Deajherage, of Waco, spent Sunday with his brother, G. W. Deatherage. Grand Tournament. Miss Bessie Brooks, of Union City, Ls visiting friendsand relatives at this place The most enjoyable of all tho tourDozier & Deatherago shipped two car naments an C. TJ. is the indoor ath- loads of hogs fmm here Saturdav night. letic entertainment held in the chpel. Price $3.10 to 3.25. Still-bor- n to the wife of Scott Parks, will bo'even better this year than one day ever, as more interest is displayed by Richmond last week, a boy. Buried in cemetery. the boys, and Prof. Frew will introBro. Simeon Turpin is building an duce two of his Lonisvillo pupils, enormous rock fence on the rocd beRed House and Jletzner and Allen, very lino acro- tween T. Chenaulfhas Foxtown. A. sold to bats. The public will gladly pay the parties his fine blue grass farm Bourbon The undersigned has three separate small lying ou Email admission for this excellent the Boonesborough pike for $70 per acre. (arms which he offers at private sale separately or together. AU three are situated at show. teacher or performer. Her life is so closely woven in our social fabric, that "none know her but to love her, nor name her but to praise." Her voice has been lifted in sad. sweet cadence over the beloved dead of countless friends; and it has mingled in joyous acclaim with the gladsome wedding bells of others. To the call cf "sweet charity' she has ever responded with alacrity and charmed ns again and again with her ever ready voice. No church fund is raised by public entertainment that her services are not sought and freely given. But all these calls, attesting her talent and popularity, affect not her estimate or self her chief est charm. She is the same always to everybody, and thrice deserves the place she holds in tho hearts of our people. Hon. P. H. Sullivnn has been out among us shaking hands. His many friends here hope it may not be in vain. tSeveral of our people went to Union Sunday to hear Rev." French, of Winchester. The Baptist congregation could not get a more worthy pastor than Mr. tients. w CREAM We want youtv.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. -i French. BED HOUSE. BAKING P0WMH MOST PERFECT MADE. ' -- worth 86.00 worth 4.00 worth J .50 worth 1.25 worth 1.50 TWO - FARMS iFORI It SALE BOTTOM LAKD- .- i 3cts, a yd. 4cts. a yd. 4cts. a yd, Dress Goods, - 8cts. a yd. Carpets, - - 9cts. a yd. Floor Oilcloth, 18cts,a yd. Lace Curtains, 38cts. a pr. - Ginghams, - - Calicoes, Cottons, WINSTON. Youngest Teacher In The Union. Miss Myra Tevis, daughter of Hon. and Mrs. "W. T. Tevis, of this city, is unquestionably tho youngest teacher in this whole country. She graduated last June from tho kindergarten school of Miss Florence Hood, and that lady employed her to assist in teaching this year. The little school mistress Is only six years of age, hut i' BCMowatal . Winchester. Elder Turpin has opened up a nice little grocery in connection with his postofnee at Kings Station. Joe Port wood-wup this week re pairing' the pike. after the manyjiTains which, caased several landslides; li JaaiesHanailtoo.,DroDrieor of iMjuli, I as (Estill County Miss KatieJBerryman is visitinrat ML Sterling this week. Singing at Antioch church Sunday eveniug at 2 Q'clock by Prof. Johnson, of Waco. Miss Alice Turpin and Bister, e f Port- wood, visited the Miebes Johnson thi week. P. J. Snowden, the noted checker player, has returned home' from avkit to respectively 85 and 165 acres, and are well watered and well improved anna. There Is no better landin Madison county, most of It being Overcoats and Capes at your own prices. Table Linens at 15cts. a yd., and everyWHITE'S STATION, thing you need in Notions and Furnishing Goods cheaper than ever offered before. We want your trade and we will savevou money. Don't forget our place. oathe waters ot Silrer Creek. They contain1 w .It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., all within a mile ot White's Station. Poet Office, ten miles from Richmond. TKBMS Sale will be made cash, balance to suit purchaser.. For. particulars, --a 'i address . one-thi- rd W.YORK STORE, ir . Up Town, Klein "Soil's .Old . tM-t- ( Geo. D, White, & vjr -- . fojrkBjirJB-irftowa- 1 -- rjr: '. Jtk - jrvf&v ,i a i v, s. JfifS ." -- r . r.' r ! mm 'JKJ&iSiixMBSBtSSBSi StandCome Everybody. pV'V?. - - '- - Kentucky. s. -- Smm&liSi8MiS'i 'jrtiifcA: ' ' Suit- - . 2-- r bM mfenJiMite Tf r'ntShoWsthycoufW The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1S97. Measles are bceommlng epidemic many parts of the county. in Fisher square piano and organ sale. Apply at this ofilce. for J. S. Tudor returned from Estill with'UO stock hogs for which he paid 4 cents. Mr. Thos. Phelps Bold 12 fat shoats to.JohriF. Wagers at 8 cents: on Friday last. Miss Tempie Oldham has for sale. a nice line of boy's and girl's hats, bclected with care. The Qlisiax has more than 200 more subscribers than it had Nov. 27, and still they come. AV. & li. A. Ballard's hogs are -dying with cholera, in the Whites Station neighborhood. surrey, in For sale, a drop-set, perfect coneition. Call on H. Avenue. Lancaster The R. It. water tank at Whites Station has been torn down and will be moved to Silver Creek. J. at Wy-gau- Miss Mattie Broaddus began teaching a private school at the Union City public school house last Monday. On account of Moody's meeting, the L. & X. R. R. will sell round trip tickets to Cincinnati at one fare March 18th, tomorrow. good returning the 10th. The rebidence on corner of Third JUoherley avenue, now occupied by The New Baptist church at Union and Felandlia for sale. See ad It beMrs. fifth Sr.n longs to Mrs. Sherman Dudley, nee Miss City will be dedicated on the day in May, instead ot the firct as stated Nettie Bronston, of Chicago. in one of the county papers. bugIf you want to see home-mad- e - perfect road wagons Nineteen shares of Northern gies and and of the best that are- visit the quality, Rank of Kentucky stock sold at Lex- beauties Works, corner of -- Mr. Jamed Stole a Horse, Saddle and Bridle. ' Crutch ersdltT his1 fine roadster to Adams, of Lexington, for . ,TobaMnudy, colored, aged 22, on $200. i i f conrt-da- v last stoln a linv mum bfi- John "Ellison, colored, of Brass- j longing to Bryant Perkins, of Valley jieia,-- nas been sent to thoiLexlDgton view, ana sola, tho animal in Lex- hington. Ho also stole a saddle and 'Asyluip.. ? unoiQ which ho ohered so cheap art Charles Roberts'was' fined $25 by .Umrotise suspicion and bo wasarres"- Judge Burnam for carrying.ocenle"d tfltl and lodged in juil. 'I lie au' weapons. thorities were notified and Mundy to await his was R L. Parrish, of Los Angeles, trial.landed in jailhere Mr Perkins recovered his horse, Cal., sends best wishes and one year's and, .the missing saddle and cash subscription. to a Air. Tuttle, of Fay6 feet 10 ette, were also recovered. Mundy James Burton, aged 21, who tried to the same inches tall, died and was buried at is "check herenegro Fall for whichpass a ho last Round Hill Saturday. wasarrested but subsequently re: i . Nef &McSwain .shipped 8000, leased on paymcul of check by his dozens ot eggs ,nnu lixmcmcKens to uncle Berry jMunily. . . New York on Friday. A Change in the Calendar Suggested. Dr. May Phelps graduates next It is suggested that on January 1, week from the Chicago Homeopath- 1C00 a new division of tho year into ic College. He is a son of Mr. Mark thirteen months be instituted. If ' such made the first Phelps. months would have twenty-eigThe Busy Bee Cash Store rents tw.elvedays, or four weeks each, and to tell of four acres of space twenty-nin- e days, to the rare bargains going there like hot the new month thirty in leap years. make 3(5, and wa files. Afusr a fow days there would bo no The Climax has filed orders for need to refer to calendars, as the same day of the week would have $25 worth of work from parties located in Atlanta, Nashville, Baltimore, the samp dato thorough the year. If January 1 wore, say, Monday, every and StLouis. Monday would be the 1st, 8th, 15th The Speedwell, Kingston and and 22d ; every Tuesday, the 2d, 9th, Menelaus fl mile pike was surrenlGth and 23d,andfco on through the dered to the county last week, anuria year. The changes of the moon open free so travel. would be on about the same dates through the year, and many calculaE. B. Evans paid $15,100 for" the tions, like Interest, dates of maturing farm of A. T. Chenault, near notes, Easter, and many other imporBoonehboro. The Chenault tract tant dates would bo simp'ifiod. brought $70 per acre, the Crutcher the present generation would " tract SCO. have to figure new dates for birthThe B. W. Sturdevant place at days and all legal holidays except Cottonburg, advertised in the Cli- New Year would be on different dates, max, was rented by Sam Brougham, yet the gain would be more than the of Paint Lick, who takespassession loss, ab that would bo permanent and -." Cure sick headache, bad 'B taste In the mouth, coated m tongue, gas In the stomach, & diitrest and Indigestion. Do not Trealcen, bat have tonic effect. 25 cent. The onl; Mll to take with Hood' SaraaparlUa. Hoodsa E9 I I a III - Deputy United States Marshal Kit Gil- Jispie made a raid on moonshiners in Casey county, and captured hye, AVe would like to look into the pleasant face of some one who has never had any derangement of the digestive organs. We ee the drawn aud unhappy faces of dyspeptic in every walk of life. It is our' national disease, and nearly all complaints spring from this source. Remove the stomach difficulty and tho work is done. Dyspeptics and pale, thin people arc literally starving, they don't digest their food. "Consumption never dcvelopes in people of robust and norma' digestion. Correct the walling and Ios3 of fleJi and we cure the disease. Do this food. The Shaker Digestive Cordial contains already digested food aud is a" digester of tood-a- t the same time. Its effects are felt at once Get a pamphlet of your druggist and learn about it. Dangsra of tho Grip. The greatest danger from La Grippe h of its resulting in pneumonia. If reasonable cure is used, however, and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken, all danger will be avoided. Among the tens of thousands who have ueed this rented) for la grippe, we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneumonia, which shows conclusively that this remedy is a certain preventive of that dread disease. It will effect a permanent cure in less time than any other treatment. The 25 aud 50 cent Eizes for eale by W. mar3 lm G. AVhite. An effort is being made to organize a stock company in Arersailles to build an opra-hous- Ill SSfflS BE that Tfcfir tKSSS SffilMKiK Are the Shelves, Counters and Ledges of the- - A e. ht Don't Tolacco Spit and Smola Your Life AW37. If von want to quit tobacco using easily and forever, bo inauo well, strong, magnutlc, full of new life aud vifror, tako c, STORE to-da- y that makes weak men tua wonder-worke- r, strong. ManyK"iu ten pounds in ten days. of your Over 400,000 cured. IJny drusgist, uhi'it guarantee to cure, GOo or $1.00. IlonVct and sample mailed free Ad. Btcrllng K. 3v yCoClncacoorUew York. 4 yyyy VI 230-ac- re Al-tliou- gh American. tho objections trifling. Scientific In Far Away Colifornia. ington Monday at $92, and five shares Second aud AVater streets. John prcprietor. of Central Bank stock at $85. Sous of Confederate Veterans w ill organize a catnp next Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. All iereons interested will meet at that hour at the court house. Tom O'Brien, lately with E. V. Elder, this city, opens a dry goods and notion store in Danville this week. We commend him as w orthy of all confidence. Today at Carson, Neb. Corbett and Fitzsiminons will battle for the fUtic championship of the world. It will take 20 roundh to bettle it and Corbett will win. If any man wants to bet that the Climax has not the largest circulation of any paper published in Madison county "let him come forth," Kentucky Carnage Donel-po- n, and superior'in quality. To accommodate the trade1, Donelson has on hand work brought on that can he secured for as .little money as '(. any-wor- Patronize the home manufacturer when you want buggies, barouches, road wagons. All made at home, by John Donelbon, and warranted the best You can get tlieiM as cheap as imported work now offered. Buggies; wagons and cousin of Hon. Jas. B. McCreary. and everything in that line as cheap as any at one time a resident of this city, offered by any one, and of the ery best having studied medicine under Gov. make. McCreary's father, Dr. E. R. Mc-Crea- California, when he went west last summer, and much to his surprise found her better ported on Richmond doings than half tho people about town Air. Moberley tells us that Aliss Carrie has a pretty little home, and though living ;absoluto!y alone, she is perfectly happy and has as many friend in her new home as sho has herein her old. She had met only two Kentuckians in eight "years, Aliss Anne Freeman and Air. Alober ley. The former while in California inIS95 Willi Afrs. Ay"m. M. Irvine, visited, her. Mrs. Irvine, .being ill at Riverside, was unable to be present. Lately sho met a Dr. McCreary, a In conversation with Attorney AT.S. Mobcrley, of this city, we learned that lie met Miss Carrie Pcrtcr at Calton, hatless or hairless. Mothers, we have the greatest line of boys clotlies you have ever seen aud at prices that will imprebs you at once as to the lowest of price for the good quali-fe- s shown. Covington & Mitchell. John Donelson is making a specialty of road wagons, made at home, perfect beauties, the very best; also has on hand a line of imported wagons, cheap and as good as any in the market here or elsewhere. The Jack Freeman residence on corner Fifth and North Street, one of the prettiest homes in Richmond, has been rented by Rev. W. R.Lloyd, who has moved thither with his family. On account of Nat Goodw in performance at Lexington the L. & N. will sell round trip tickets at one fare on all trains of March 18th, aud special train will leave Lexington after the close of the performance. R. N. Beasley the tobacco buyer at Paint Lick, shipped 125 hogsheads to Cincinnati which he sold at a fair profit. Mr. Beasley wiU have about 200 hogsheads for the market next month. Mr. F. C. Tevis, son of Mr. B. F. Tevis, will open np a grocery store at Kirksville a1out Monday next. He will handle the usual side lines and 6ays, with dne reverence "I will trust in God; all others urictlv cash." enjoyed the society and friendship Shade Johnson, aged 90 years, of of the best people of the place, as is Doctor prominent a Leslie county, married a girl of 15 the citizen and has a delightful family. summers.Consistent with her life in Richmond, M its Porter is an active worker in Losl Glasses. Chris- the Presbyterian Church. It is needSunday evening between the tian church and Mr. George Prewitt's less to add that her numerous friends here residence, a pair of gold glasses. A antlywill be glad to learn how pleasOn tho other she liberal reward will be paid for re- hand they is located. a great favor will confer turn of same to this office. by writing frequently to Aliss Porter, at cotton, uaiiiornia. Why Not 7 Mr. H. L. Wallace, of Paint Lick, March 25, The Date. expresses the general opinion of Aliss Elvira bydnor Aliller notified Paint Lick residents by saying the telephone line should be continued us that she willgive her readings through from Silver Creek to Paint and recitations here about Alarch 25. Lick, only four miles. Then, too, It is our pleasure to apprise our readfor the line might even more profitably ers that a great treat is in store Aliss bo constructed for Silver Creek to them should they be present. star Kirksville. Cottonburg, Edentou, Miller is a bright particu'or appear-of the Kentucky press, and her and on to Nicholasville. . ances arc always the signal for an Reads The Bible Through Thrics Annually. outpouring. She writes as follows: Aly Dear Mr. AVoods; I thank you Beginning January 1 and ending Ln givmuch March 7, reading 27 chapters daily, veryme that for your kindness notice in your paper and Mr. T.C.Davis, of AVaco, read the ing Holy Bible through. Mr. Davis has will take pleasure in thanking you in I come to a habit of reading the Bible through per&on whenthere about Richmond I to be the twenty-fiftyear, besides reading hope as the Bench Show will be givenh three times a as many newspapers and magazines here this week and beingan honarary as any indvidual in the county with member of the Ohio Falls Fox Terthe possible exception of newspaper rier Kennel Club I shall bo obliged men. How many persons over reau the, Bible through once in their lives? to be at the show all the time until it clo.ses Saturday. An Opera House. I am busy now getting ready my selections, two of which will bo about There is a strong probability that the Dr. Eaton's visit to the Holy Land, building now occupied by the revenue one his visit to the Sultan, and tho office will, upon the latter's removal to other the conversation with the fethe new Government building in' July, male mummy he brought home. Z, into an Opera Rouse. be I trust you will attend the races here ,. 6 to 1. In this way Miss Porter has Bever Dam, O., Aug. 27th, 1895. My daughter, after being treated by House and lot. House of five rooms and four doctors, and being given up for lost, hall, two porches, pantrv ami f.ur clos neighbor recommended Foley's Kidney eta. Lot 90x290 feet. Will e.t change a y Cure. she is able to walk several for small farm. For particulars address miles without fatigue. I feel we would A. J. Menxiek, Corbin, Ky. marl7 3v have lost her if it was not for your mediRespectfully, Simpson connty farmers have deliver- cine. Airs. J. AI. Bailey. ed the last of their old tobacco crop. mar3 lm Humors', jpimplea, boils, are .very annoying." They quickly disappear when AVilliams Grider was elected as the the blood is purified by Hood's Sarsapar-ill- a. Republicans choice of Crittendcn-count- y It Alarion. Somerset now has telephonic connec- for Postmaster at towns. tion with all the near-b- y BEST OF LL Hall's Hair Renewer cures dandruff To cleanse the system in a gentle and and scalp efiVclions; also all cases of trnly beneficial manner, when the baldness were the glands which feed the Springtime comes, use the true and perroots of the hair are not closed up. It fect remedy, Syrup of Figs. One lottle Crittenden county Democrats have will answer for all the family and costs called a primary for Aprit S. only 50 cents; the large size $1. Buy the How long have ynd been coughing a genuine. Alanutactured by the Califordav, a week, a mouth, a year? Dr. Bell's nia Fig syrup Company only, for sale by Pino Tar Honey will cure that cough. all druggists. apr3 lm There can be no doubt of it, because it has cured many others eduallv severe. The Stanford Commercial is one year Every one should investigate the merits old and seemes to be past the danger rpmedy. of tLis great It point in journalism. Green river broke the high water record at Mnnfordville. HavolTou Ead Tho Grip? If you have, you probably need a re The sooner you begin to fijrht the fire, liable medicine like Foley's Honey and easily it may bo cxtiguished. The sooner you begin taking Ayer's Sar Tar to heal your lungs-anstop the rackthe eas- ing cough incidental to this disease. saparilla for your ier will be the cure. In both cases, demar3 lm lay is dangerous, if not fatal. Be sure It pou get Ayer's and no other. Little Elmer Ramer, of Hopinsville, Onlj one applicant for the AVilli.ims-tow- u who got a stick in his throat a wetk ago, postoflice. died in greatest agnoy. Tnri,Y Astonishing. Aliss Annette N. AVe are authorized to announce Moen. Fountain. Jlinn., says: "Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has had a wonderful ef- A. J. Broaddus a candidate for subject to the fect in curing my brother's childeren of Count' Assessor, a severe and dangerous cold. It was action of tho Democratic party. truly astonishing how speedily .they found telief after taking this preparation. BANK REPORTS. D. W. Clarke succeeds Editor Sinclair CONDITION OF THE REPORT OF THE Rank, at Richmond, in on the Georgetown Sentinel. National the State of Kentucky, at the close of business, 'I3e regular and punctual in all things" March 9, 1857. was one of the old maxims, taught long ago. Toe last is not forgotten, hut the RESOURCES. first is scare remembered, so irregular is Loan and discounts $333,359 75 the life of most people nowadays. The Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 9.515 11 53,000 00 only corrector of this evil is simmons U. a. Honda to secure circulation Deposits 75,000 00 U. Liver Regulator, which keep the liver U. S. Bonda to secureand S. mortgages estate active and nrevents the ills of irregular Other real 8,601 CO .. owned . living: Dyspe&sia, Biliionsness, Constipa- Due from National Banks (not Re5,711 79 serve au'ents) tion, etc. It also cures these tronbli-82 20 Due from State Banks and Bankers For Sale or Exchange, To-datho-mor- e hlood-diseaso, Lazsl is Crstor Oil made as sweet as honey by a new process. Children like it. il o Thirt'- - Tonuun converts havo prom from Erstcrn Kcntudky points to Lace Curtains, Trunks, clcAc uuuuj, viviums, uvviD unu uiiuva, iwuuiu, vuipwio, Matting, etc., have been crowded upon them. .WITH THE ENORMOUS SPRING STOCK OF. rinlliinir RaaIc arsl Qlinoc NVvfinnc V rroc Oil Cloths, m Fiali next month. Never before have we offered our friends and patrons the line of Goods to select their Spring and Summer purchases from as we do this season. N(lT 36-inc- A .qrOVPt Been Left Unturned '- To make this the Banner Season of Our Enornous Business. In our Dress Goods Department we are offering one lot of about 25 different styles, all wide Novelty Dress Goods in all the new style checks at $1.68 per dress pattern. wool These goods make as pretty Spring Dresses as if they cost $1 per yd. h - Stripe Dress Goods, Good Spring Styles h have one lot of wide, about 200 yds. in the lot that we will clean up at 15c. per yd. These formerly sold at 29c. YTe all-wo- ol 30-inc- While in the Dress Goods Department ask to see our line of Black Figured Jacquads thej; are as handsome as Brocaded Silks and make much better dresses. No large cities are showing anything in dress goods that you can't find in our stock. All the new fancy weaves, Jacquads, Cheviots, Pongees, Foulords. Covert Cloths, Glorias, Crash Cloths, Secilians, &c, can be had here. Also all the new things in Silks and Ribbons. We are showing a beautiful line of Bicycle Suitings in new designs and checks, that make excellent skirts and dresses, price Hie. The best quality Black and Stripe Ducks 10c. per yard. We are cleaning up one line of Ducks, white ground with black and blue and red dots and stripes, just the thing for men's shirts and boj's waists, price to close Sic. M m M cheap stuff. Our Hamburgs and Laces have all been reduced in price. You can get the verj best patterns in hamburgs, beautiful designs and best quality for what you formerly paid for Remenants almost given away to make up your bundle. We are selling a nice Quality Check and Stripe Dimity in pure white at 5c. yd. Our 61, 7i, 8i and 10c. White Dimities are worth double what we ask for them. Five (500) Hundred Yards of beautiful Cheek Satteens will be cleaned up at 6ic. per These goods formerly sold at 15e. and are good spring colors and styles. d. 3-- NOTE SOME OF OUR PRICES: We sell Best Tobacco Canvass, 3JC. Quilt Lining, We sell Best 4c. We sell good yard wide Brown Cotton, We sell good yard wide Sea Island Cotton, - 4ic. 5c. We sell Trion AAA Brown Cotton, We sell Green Ticket Lonsdale Bleach Cotton, 6c. We sell goodj-d- . wide Bleacii Cotton, no dressing, 5c. We sell the best Check Cottons for dresses 4 Lock ths Boor Before the horte is stolen. Purify, enrich and vitalize your blood aud build up your physical system before dite.ise attacks you and serious 8ipknes comes. Hood'bSarsaparilla will makeyou strong and vigorous ami will expel Irom your blood all impurities and germs of disease. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla now. Hc-d'- 52,008 Due from approved reserve agents 1,203 Notes of other National Banks Fractional paper currency, nickels 31 and cents Lawful money reserve in bank, viz: $13, SCO 00 .. Specie Legal-tend- 95 00 33 Redemption fund with U. b. Treas'r (5 per cent, of circulation) Total Botes 4,000 00 17,800 00 2,150 03 $561,020 82 LIABILITIES. $200,000 Capital stock paid in 70,000 surplus lunu Undivided profits, less expenses and 17,611 taxes paid 43,550 National Bank notes outstanding 527 Due to other National Banks S73 Due to State Banks and Bankers. Individual deposits subject to check 153,287 61,943 United States deposits Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers. 10,100 -- cathartic. Easy to take, gentle, 25 cents. S Pills are the favorite faniilv mild. 00 00 61 00 43 21 98 38 24 It Hon. W T. Tevis. one of the proprietors, tells the Climax that he has two plans Park Theatre; one to another to enlarge and improve the same. Either would cost from $5,000 to $7,0u0, butlt is almost certain that the building will undergo a change and public Richmond will have a first-clahall. This is one of the most commodious brick buildings in the city, admirably suited for the purpose. ss Mr. Turley's Celebration. C. V. should matriculate Lewis Parr, Air. GrcnB. Turleywas G2 years of Wilmore, and he will put the shot old on Wednesday last, March 11, Mr.JSam English Marries Miss Lida Ovens. and hammer out of tight. Parr is onlv but unlike most man of his age he At the Central Christian C!hurch, 17, but weighs 170 pounds, is G feet, 5 does not mind celebrating these AVednesday last,"Sam'l inch"? tall and very athletic. Write to events. Perhape it is because of his Cincinnati, of Louisville, was marunusual good nature and love of ried to miss LidaB. Owens, youngest Boozy Guerrant about him. companionship, or else he is so well Col. Frank S. Owens, We don't want to go all around and preserved as to prevent the suspicion ihuighter of theBoth are well known of Maysville. gather you together and "shoo" you into of having passed the half century here. The groom was a student at pretty home mark. At all events our store, but if you will come in and on the Big Hill pike inhis eastern sub- TJ..U., and Aliss Owens lately attendthe shoe we will give urbs was the scene of a happy gather- ed Aladison Institute, and both were want an was something of very popular. you the btst and mot stylish to he had ing of friends last AVednesday in cele a" runaway, surprising even the ne 01 his Dirtn a ay. .May bration in this town. Covington & Mitchell. bride's mother, and created great There is not an aggregate of 1.000 cattle beiug slopped at tho distilleries in Nelson county this season. Etouzaatism Quickly Cared. $561,020 82 Total After having been confined to the STATE OF KENTUCKY, j in May. If you do and I have my house for eleven days and paying out County of Madisos, d box yon must consider it is always $25. in doctor bills without benefit, Air. I, C. D. Cuenault, Cashier of the solemnly swear that the above stateopen to you and I should like you to Frank Dolson of Saul bte, Marie, Alich., bank, dotrue to my knowledge and ment is the best of be present when my name-sakwas cured bj one bottle of Chdmhrlaiu's belief. C D. CHENAULT, Cashier. owned by Sam Bryant, competes for Pain Balm costing 25 cents and has not Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th the Debutante Stake's. Sho is a since been troubled with that complaint. day of March, 1837. Robt. R. Burnam, Notary Public. chestnut filly of Arabian descent For sale by W. G. AVhita. mar3 lm Cohrect Attest: iind is said to'be a clipper. I trust, WALLER BENNETT, Several farmers in the Flat AVoods lotherefore, she will prove not frisky niBECTORS II. B. DILLINGHAM, but fast! AVith much appreciation cality, in Graves county, are losing their W. S. MOBERLEY, for your kindness, I am hogs from some disease unknown. Yours tost Gratefully, CONDITION OF THE RErORT OF THE Bank, at Richmond, in "That Tired Feeling" Elvira Sydnor Miller. National J above-namee, are recommended by unscrupulous dealers as "just as good as Foley's Honey and Tar Cough Syrup," when we know the unevualled merits of this great medicine. mar3 lm Twenty miles of mountain pasture land will be fenced jn by the American Association at Aliddlesboro. Salt-Rheum overcomes us when inferior greparations the State of Kentucky, at the close of business, March 9, 1837. RESOURCES. . - . $321,571 Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured . 22,722 60,000 U. S Bonds to secure circulation Other real estate and mortgages 36,000 owned Due from National Banks (not reserve " 1,673 agents). 31,008 Due trom approved reserve agents 120 . ... Checks and other cash Items. 525 . Notes ol other National Banks Fractional paper currency, nickels 31 . and cents Lawful money reserve in bank, viz: Leal-tende- 36 03 00 00 43 39 37 00 01 55 00 14 5c. 5c. yd Men's Extra heavy seamless sox, and shirts, Boy's Ribbed Black Hose 5c. 10-121c. yd Boy's Seamless Bibbed Black Hose Brown Sheeting, We sell good 8c. 15e. yd Ladies' Seamless Grey Mixed Hose 6e. We sell best 10-- Bleach Sheeting, line Fine HosTicking 5c. yd., better ticking 8i and 10c. yd Our iery of Ladies' and Children'sand Fancy Bed in Black 4e. vd Good Calicoes, new stvles, Stripes is very complete at remarkably low prices. 2ie. yd Remnant Calicoes, 2c. yd One lot of good Challis, 4ic. yd We are sole Agents for Featherbone Best Apron Gingham, 5c yd Good Dress Gingham, pretty, new styles, Corsets. 2ic. yd Oil Shades, best quality spring rolRemnants Ginghams, lers, 24c Curtain Poles 15c brass ends and 3S3SSSSSS5S8SS3iS3S&5SSSSS:SSSSSSJ5SSSSSSSSS3SSSSSSSS spring rollers. wide Cambric Per- I Our Entire Line Fine I cales will be Cleaned up at 10c. a yard. These 4 We are closing one lot of Ladies' Slippers, sizes 3 to 5 in broad toes Goods are Worth 15 cents. and pointed toes, heel and spring heel at 69c a pair. These goods sold for $1.25 and $1.50 a pair. Good quality Percales, new styles, 8c yd 4 Ox-bloo- d, ... ... ... .... 38-in- ch m yd lc. yd yd yd yd yd yd Our line of Men's Laundried Percale Negligee Shirts at 49c, are as pretty as $1.00 Shirts. One lot of Ladies' Tan Ribbed Hose will be closed at 5c worth 15c r ii fe&i. TiSSSSiSSiS 5c It have many more such and may the in Maysville society circles, Curtis Coney, the faithful expresswell wishes there expressed have surprise bride is well known. Enhappi- jvnero tho man, had an odd present sent liim their ruitioam a long life of glish Anderson, of Side A7iew, Aliss of a ness and prosperity. Margaret I). AVatson and S. P. Monday. It is the right fore-fowild cat killed in Estill by his uncle, Hypnotism, Mesmerism, Magnetism, Occul- Browning, of Alaysvillo, were among the witnesses. After dinner at thq J C. Walton. Coffey as discarded his tism, Mind Rcadng Explainer1. Gibson House, the newly wedded rabit foot and uses his new gift as a hoocounty, for The. audiences at the court houto couple left is anAfontgomery tho only late doo. this week have been treated to the The groomEnglish, eon of Senator, most wondorful exhibition.; of psy- CoL J. E. H. L. Wallace, who resides chological phenomena, and had anil a mail of wealth. Mr. Anderson in Madison, near Paint Lick, had them explained and the mysteries re- is a cousin of the groom, and acted of ceremonies. that the finite mind, hith- as master Paris aud drove They stop thought of running for County Sup- moved, with Air. ped oil in or erintendent of Schools, but has re- -, erto clouded by superstition theyfear, Anderson to his homo near Sido View, are grasps ths?e wonders as linquishcd the idea of making the scientifically explained by Dr.-R. where they remained a few days. Tho Alaysvillo Ledger says: The race as the candidates are numerous Price, LL B., now lecturing in this marriage was not a surprise to the enough already. citv. The Climax cannot too and no objecthis broad thinker, family of the bride, because of the tion was raised only G. J. White & Son have for sale eloqiientlecturer, and born orator tender acre of Miss Owens, who has 5 work mules one pair .nice sorrel may we not say, wonderful physilust passed tho 17th milepost in life's mare mules, G and 7 years of age, cian? who with the endowments of journey. A telegram to Mrs. Owens ordinary man, under perfect control over 16 hands, well broke and sound. and in harmony with nature's laws, apprised her of the hour of the ceremare, "2 nice touches away d if ease and pain, mony, and the answer back was a One nice containing medium," mare and horse mules. makes the lame to walk, the bed message as well as tothe maternal ridden sufferer to leap for joy. His blessing, desire to have announce to Telephone to him,AVhite's Station. them come lectures alone are worth thrice the them her member of the Democratic small admission. The experiments home before leaving forjLouisville. Every County Committee is requested to meet certainly reward those who would Doylesville Boy Shoots Himself. be thus entertained. It is tho pleasin the grand jury room on Saturday next ure of those under his treatment Our excellent Doylesville corres at 1 o'clock p. m. Ever candidate or here to testify to Dr. Price's genuine pondent writes: prospective candidate is also urged to cures. These persons are among our The report that AValter Brock, of best people. Admissjon, , 23 cents; Doylesville, had suicided was ah er attend. By order of sterv-soreserved seats 35. Consultation ror. Jtus jjoyu Joux B. Ciiexault, Ch'm. free at Willis House. Reeves, while playing with a pistol ot ' r- 1 and Eczema. Tetter, 'Tho intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed $10,561 55 . by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Bpacic 5,500 00 16,064 r notes with U. S. Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases Redemption fund circulation) Treas'r . 2,250 (5 per cent, of have been permanently cured by it. It ia equally efficient for itching piles and $181,163 Total a 'favorite remedy for sore nipples; LIABILITIES. ciiapped hands, chilblains. Jrost bite! $200,000 and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Capital stock paid in Surplus fund - 40,000 I)r. Cady's Condition rovrdcrs, are junt what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier aud vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put n horse in prime condition. Price 25 ?ents per package. Dr. A. S, Petty, of Mnylield, ia-- securing the indorsement ot leading Kepubli-cai.- s to assist him in getting the appointment of Ambassador to Greece. KverTbody Bays So. MS J?y We are stilling a lot of about 100 Berlin White Bed Spreads, l?,rge size, good as new, at 79c each, former price $1.50. Horn Combs, 5c Horn Combs, steel covered back, 8c Genuine Aluminum Thimbles, lc each. Wood Cabinet Hair Pins, 4c Gum end Pencils, lc. each. Darning Cotton, lc per bunch. Safety Pins, 2c per dozen. Brass Pins, best, 4c. a paper. Good Pins. lc. a paper. Side Combs, 4c a xair. New Style, Tortoise Shell Side Combs 10c. , a pair. Good Hair Pins, lc. a paper. Package Colored Pins with Mirror, 5c a package. 1 Ream Commercial Note Papei-- 10c Uncle Sam Tar Soap, 4c a cake. Good Toileij Soap, 4c a cake. Casmo Buttermilk, the only genuine toilet soap, Sc a cake. Good Toweis, 5 and 10c each. j We carry tho prettiest line of Men's and Children's Shoes and Slippers in the City, all the new Olive Tans, Coin Toes, etc., can be had here at our low cash prices. CALL AND SEE THEM. La-die- s's Ox-bloo- Good Gum Combs, ex-Sta- te haj Undivided profits, less expenses and 1,902 81 taxes paid. 45.CO0 00 National Banks notes outstanding 1,30141 Due to other National Banks 5,533 31 Due to State Banks and Bankers Individual deposits subject to check. 161,892 20 29,288 38 Note3 and bills rediscounted . - --J4S4,9t6 14 Total. STATE OF KENTUCKY, ( County or Madison, d I, R. E. Tueley, Cashier of the bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and B.E.TURLEY, Cashier. belief. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15th Jno. W. Cbooee, March, 1897. day of Notary Public. COKBECT Attest: J. STONE WALKER. JNO. B. CHENAULT, DIKECTOES above-name- 00 00 Candy Cathartic, the most wonderful medical discoverv of the age, pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, act. pcntly and positively on kidneys, liver and lovcls, cleansing the cntiro system, dispel colds, euro headache, fever, habitual constipation and biliousness. PJeaso buy and tnrabox 10, 25, SO cents. Bold and of C. C. C. guaranteed 10 cure Dy au aruggisis. y; E. D BALLARD, the Hawesville is cut off from country on account of the bad condition of the roads. RESIDENCE FOB SALE! to-w- Lightning struck the stock barn of A. E. Barnes on Monday last. Fortunately Mr. Barnes had removed an extra bunch of good feeders from tne building before the'storm, which a friend says is evidence of his forethought, and wisdom as a weather prophet. The Second National Won. . - ln the Jessamine Circuit Court, Judge T. J. Scott rendered a decision unon a lesral question which has never been passed on by the Court ofAppeais, out wiueii is ui great, interest to bankers and business men in general. Some time ago B.D. Spears bought a horse in Richmond, of Taylor Tenant Wanted. Saunder, for $50, and gave his check Farm tenant, share rent, fresh clover nn Noland, Wilmore & Spears, of After the word Mor" land for corn, 20 to 35 acres. Man must Nicholasville was written "one horse. on the chock box wa rant d sound." Saunders took have team and live in a cabin. A good chance for a reliable the check to tho Second National man. Situated 3 miles from Kirksville; Bank, this city, where ho did busi ness, and got tho money on it. take Barnes' Mill pike. AVhen Spears reached homo he found, R03ERT LONG, ho claims, that tho horse was not Cottonburg, Ky. sound according to the provisions under which he had bought and'paid It is a mooted question whether the for him, and ha ordered Noland, lowest in price is the cheapest. It de- AVilmore & Sears not to pay tho pends how you are situated. It rests check. He returned the horse to the latter having- had with each individual to deciJe that ques- Saunder, but the check cashed by the Richmond all are interested when it bank, refused to accorit the horse. tion. But comes toinve3ting their own Noland, AVilmore & Sears refused to dollars. What we will pttne to you is pay the check when it arrived from RichNational that we wil! give yon the beat values for the Secorid suit by theBank of latter bank to mond, so a the money you hnve to iuyest. AVeare compel. the former to pay the qheck now showing the best line of men's and was.tho result. Judge Scott hold that tho payment boys clothing and other things they be wear that we have ever shown ,and all of the check could nottho stopped hands of. after It had passeAInto at the very lowest prices, .Cvjsgktaj&v jjimuocent party and .ordered the NJohbla$yilJe bank'to pay the cheek. fMitcueii. .. r i ya; V hard-earne- d After'n big fire in Cripple Creek, I took a very severe cold and tried many remedies without help, the cold only becorrt- accidentally shot himself through mg more settled. Alter nsing tnree email naving taken permanent residence in anbottles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, the head. Ho was dead when his both the cough and cold lefLnie, and in other State I desire to sell my residence propparents returned home after spend- this high altitude it makes a meritorious erty jjwithont reserve, One of the best constructed, most convenient, ing the day with neighbors. cough remedy to do nny good. G. B. and most 'On lafet Friday evening Boyd IlKxriEBhONi editor Daily Advertiser. public sale,desirable residences in Richmond, at on Reeves, son of Airs. Orrah Brock, ac- ForTBale hy'W. G. White. niar3 lm cidentally shot and killed himself. The rest of the family had gone to "Must go to the pen," so says the spend the day with Mr. Tandy Eads, Springfield City Council in regard to the brotner of Airs. I'rock, and left tho town hog. house in care of tho boy. At,2 o'clock "Uarch Ajril Hay p. in., a neighbor boy saw" the lad going home. He said ho was going Are the months in which to give especial Two story and half, 8 rooms,-receptio- n home and go to bed for he had a se- attention to the condition of vour physihall, bath room, vere headache About 4 o'clock tho cal health. If you pass safely through family returned, but they did not these months aud find yourself strong large celler? finished throughsee. him, which was something un- aud vigorous, on tho arrival ot warmer out in fine hard-woo- d gas usual, but in a few minutes a little weather, you will be well' in summer. on the floor .Now is the time to take Hood's Sarsapar- fixtures, force pump, sink-stablgirl went upstairs and by a window ho lay dead, but not illa, because now is the time when, the garden, outbuildings, nntrl. witti-- a ntebol lvinc bvdiis hand. blood must bo purified, enrirhed and shade and fruit trees, terraced Tho balL went in the eye and n Airly yitalized, and because Hood's Sarsaparthrough the head. It was plainly illa is the only true blood purifier prom- lawn, well fenced, everything evident that he never haa a struggle. inently in the public eye today. Hood's m good repair. He was a son of Win. M. Reeves, Sarsaparilla has power to make you heal Sale at o'clock, p. m., on who died about ten years age. ,Tke thy 'and guard your system against familyaand especially tho mother, disease. the premises, corner Tiird tnar3 lm are almost prostrated with grief. It adjoinMany Eastern '.Kentucky people are and Moberley Avenue, was a great sho.ck to the people In Moody meeting in Cincin- ing the property known as this neighborhood. The funeral ser- attending.tho vices' were conducted next day by nati the T. S. Bronston place. Rsv. AV. F. Wyatt, of the Methodist 7o Cash, balance TERMS church, ofjWjiich tho deceased was a As an honest remedy1 Foley's Honey in 6 and 12 months. consistent member. Interment" in , the' cemetery atDoylcsville. Boyd and Tar does not hold out false. hopes in an unusually good boy, advanoeB staftes, buA'taihfally claims to Reeves was" "Lw-Mi-yiiiT- i ''rnrTn-arFT- B , well like'd by eyer.body. Though comfort aud t1 WJE, the very worst caeee, small my, both tho cnurclianc i'ii tiiMtiuwtkmmMwmu SundsV spuool vill mise.uim, yeryaadin the early ntazea to effect a, cure;" - it mycii.i , f . r ' ?..u"lB8 JtBtt n Fron. Crijpls Croc:. 4 Perfumery, 5c a bottle. Needles, lc. a paper. Tortoise Shell Hair Pins, 5c a dozen. Extr Fine Tortoise Shell Hair Pins, 1 dozen in box, 10c per box. Men's Neckwear, all the new things in Clubs, Bows and Tecks, at knock-ou- t prices. Large Silk Bows for children, 25c each. Pearl Buttons, 5c a dozen. Bullitt Pearl Buttons, 10c a dozen. Knitting Silk, 5c a spool. Ladies' Garters, silver and gold buckles, 25 cents. Seaming Braids, all colors, 5c. a bunch. Ladies' Waist Sets, 10c Men's Hankerehiefs, good quality, 5c Good Gum Webbing, frill edge, 5c yd. Silk Gum Webbing, all colors, 10c. yd. White Collar Buttons, 5c a dozen. Men's Link Cuff Buttons, a large assortment. Ladies' Waist Sets, a large assortment. Full line Stick Pins. fllf i A 1 MEN'S . B31ACK AND BLUE CHEVIOTS SUITE, $2.98. VERYSTYLISH MADE. We Are Selling Men's New Style Plaid All Wool Suits for $5.00, Worth $10.00 Ask to See Our Line of Men's Silk Lined Spring Suits THEY ARE BEAUTIES. Boy's Cassimere Knee Pants, Boy's Knee Suits, - G9c. Men's .Tean Pants, 24c a pair.jr We sreCloslsz one up to $3.93. jj Psnts at S12j a pair, Lot ot 60 Pair ot Men's former pries $2JO. Corduroy li 48c Saturday, April 3,'S7, m Our line of Parasols iti S Mri; lb Slfks Slack and Colored. e, i The many BARGAINS that line our shelves and counters that we can't mention Jiere would fill a volume. Give us a call, get our cash prices, compare them with our competitors, and we will do t'tie rest. Hoping to receive an early call. - We are, Respectfully, Oeas-amptive- I - - -- ,., 1i. o -- ' OLDHAM "& COMPANY. ' . . KN Hl 1. -- ill ' ,v . " Un j.'rf s,s. - j. . . ' i" - i 'hbhijimh'ij itflf MftSBMMtM fr liwriiii ii hi hi wiimhp wuwii imphiiiwhiiiwijiiw m wi im m f; , . .". -- -- si I U BfeSr-AjwiL- r i&mSMSBMKBnKa&&2 .r rttt&':M ii aBagia PBMBaagaaMBiMMmi iMMBaBMiBMiaMtMBiBMaaiBiigagMBaBBr Wff?5 tr 1h5- - v ( 4V The Richmond Climax. ASVSSTisnre 0 3 SPACE. S KENTUCKY Thm NEWS. Xlnety-O- m Mcknight indicted. ot tbm rates. " Itcat Sewa Trora All Part Commonwealth. H o 2 O l 3 T 3 5 s- - State ' a: Senator J. P. Savlcr. & jrold democrat, I 1 ! j J of Morgan county, died at West Lib- - . 3 o clock Sunday morning' of , tiz 00 erty at I loch ftoofiscS3)5$4S$7 a Inches, i 75 jo joo.iico 17 So heart failure. This leaves the demo50 j 3 Inches. 2 50 3 50 500 low 1300 it S crats tvith 66 votes oa joint ballot, aa 4 Inches. 300 40a 6 00 11 en 19 00 38 75 Senator Ogllvio is too III to attend Jo 3 Inches. 350 500 J50 1500 jjoo 34 00 tho extra session. There are two j ' '1 40 V 400 600 9 do 1! to jj oc 60 00 co 40 00 U Col 6 on populists and 70 republicans, but 9 00 13 00 3j ool 17 75 34 jo 50 00 80 00 mToI...... 8 00 the indications arc that all the Col,. 50 (ion coco JOO 00 1000 15 001 republicans will not vote for In's i to cents a line lor first Redinr noticesfor each additional insertion Dr. W. O. Hunter for senator, so sertion, s cents a line death does not change the situaand similar matresolution!, of Obituaries, tion. A committee of Hunter's fr.londs ter at hUf rates. No specified position. had a consultation with Lieut Gov. Huntington and Attorney General ANNOUNCEMENT. CANDIDATES g Taylor Sunday about the former's that no ballot would be taken for CIRCUIT JUPGK. senator until Tuesday, March' 23, and is T.J cinTT officeennditlate lor re it was decided to abide by the lieutenof Circuit J titlpe ant governor's decision. election to the j in this (the 25th) Judicial District, POLICEMAN SHOT subject to the action of the Democratic paaty. And Instantly Killed at Ilopklnivltle, Ky., 1- r :j I K ,, S2 K SENATOR SAYLER, A Gold Democrat, of Morran Cuanty, Ky.. sKvb ? 2 r Fbaxkfort,- - Ky., March Dim of Heart Failure. ( 15. I ' 1 -- Sal-ycr- et rul-ta- COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. an- by a Gambler. 1 r Ben. A. Cbutcher directs the nouncement of himself as a candito the office of date for Commonwealth's Attorney in this (the 25th) Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR JUDGE MADISON COUNTY COURT. date ty Court, subject, to the action of the Democratic party. 1 H. Sullivan. FOR JAILER. I hereby announce myself a candifor Judpe cf the Madison Coun- Jamos C. Ijtckev is a candidate for Jailer of Madihon cnuntv, subject to the uctiou of the Democratic party. fc pt A T. Frsn is a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce r. Jailer B. Broadihjs as candidate for to the of Madison county, eiibject action of the Democratic party. We are authorized vo announce for Jailer or Jesse Conn a candidate to the action county, subject Madison of the Democratic party. you ruitLici INSTRUCTION. is a Mrs. John WilliamsonPubliccanInfor Superintendent didate for MadiMin county, sub- urday night at 8:30 o'clock Policeman Henry Tayne was shot and Instantly killed by Walter Merritt, a tough and gambler, who was In turn killed by Policemen Moorman and Cravens. Merritt was drinking and had been disorderly all the evening. Tayne went to him and told him he would have to arrest him. Merritt shot once .and Tayne fell dead, Merritt fired shots at the other officers, both of whom shot him, one ball entering the He ran face and the other the heart. ten feet and fell, dying instantly. Railway Depot llnrclarlted. norEtssvit.i.E,Ky., March 15. Burglars broke into the railroad depot at Nortonville, and robbed the money The store of drawer of a large sum. J. E. Mills wai also entered and robbed of 8100 in cash and somo valuables. Bloodhounds Sunday tracked the robbers three miles down the railroad, when all trace of them was lost Four Yran In the Prn. Lancaster, Ky., March 1. Ezckiel Beid was convicted of malicious shooting and wounding and sentenced to the penitentiary for four years. Some time ago he shot Charles Williams in the shoulder with a heavy load of shot fired from a musket noPKnfSV!Li.E, Ky., March 15. Sat- Ex- ' LouisriLiJC, Ky., March 13. The to which the FL0mm federal grand jury at noon Thursday pectant Mother is indicted Bauker J. M. Mc Knight, of exposed and the the defunct German national bank, on foreboding 01 counts. The charges contained are which she looks embezzlement, misappropriation of to the funds, false entries and making false hour of woman's statements. He had already been Indicted twice severest trial. All on 12 counts. The grand jury has effort should be made to smooth been at work a month on the case, More indictments are expected these against members of the general coun-- 1 places in life's cil who are mixed up with McKnight pathway for her, in politics. Ky., March 12. The i LOUISVILLE. dictment of the aldermen grows out , McKnlght'B race for mayor, when it is alleged he formed a compact of seven allays Nervousness, and so assists aldermen, and used the bank's fund to Nature that the change goes forsecure this end. The indicted alder- ward in an easy manner, without men are said to have been parties to such violent protest in the way of the compact. King, Britt, Brewer Nausea, Headache, Etc Gloomy and Jenne surrendered and gave bond but the officers have been unable to forebodingSj yield to cheerful and she passes Mc- -' hopeful anticipations find President Leatherman. tnrougn tue oraeai quicKiy ana 813,000. Knight's bond was fixed at He has so far been unable to furnish without pain is left strong and it and is now in custody of an officer. vigorous and enabled to joyously All the indicted persons are members perform the high and holy duties , 01 tne A. v. a., wmen now controls ine , . ua..n-inuw ucvulvcu ujjuu uci city government CobdU Against the Sz. Mora, 'Sadtctrocnta Expected Bokr Uinlitn of tho Against Genrl Cona-el- L Few Appreciate the I DANGER with forward rugged fffil RECEIVES A CHECK BY FLOOD. Jadge Pryor. of frank fore, Ky,, Get lOO la sn (TaaSBal Way. Franrfobt, Ky., March 13 A unique freak of the Kentucky flood came to light hero Friday. A mx containing some valuable paper was found floating in the river. Among a letter ail papers was the dressed "to Judge W. S. 1'ryor, of this city, from a Bell' county man. containing a check for S100 for legal services. The letter was turned over' to 'Judge Pryor, who placed tho check to bis credit in the bank. 1 he bux had been washed out of the ofiice of the county clerk at Pineville, which whs recently inundated by high water. and had floated a distance of over 300 ' " ' K Ha. - 1 mop M. A eonffhlne. MWPMMIiliMNMMMn (f n (Sk f& ' i; WWwWmwmwwf " imm mill KalFsiNF8S Sl (Sfo''EWfti IHES'IBRwIBPiB SJSiSX ift BBS? KV, 'aJW - BOG Kfl aasaasssaw KB ORES sssssjssLsssabfl aamasssjsav asswsa Im M KaatB'nH It If ssswaM sjasssja - - SSSSKSSSSSSO W 0 r PilBISiSJ III i miles. "Mother's Friend" 1 suit. struction ject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR SUPERINTENDENT Ol PUBLIC-SCHOOLS- . Superintendent Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. a candidate J W. Wagers isPublic Schools for of of FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, is a candidate f.r Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY CLERK. We are authorized to announce to sucJohn F. White a candidate Madison ceed himself as Clerk of County Court, Mibject to tho action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Dr. H. K. Middlkton a candidate for Coiintv Clerk of Madison, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR SHERIFF. H. H. Colyer is a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. James C Miller is a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce a candidate for John W. Mookks as county, subject Assohsor of Madison to the action ol the Republican parij FOR CITY ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announce Green ('lay a candidate for the office of Citv Attorney, of Richmond, Ky., subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce J. Talbot Jackson as a candidate for City Attorney, of Richmond, to the action of the Democratic party. Ky.-subje- FOP. CORONER. are authorized to announce Dozier a candidate for Coroner, subject to the action of the Demo-ctic party. AV G-- m -- 'r. im y, jit. (? ''.I X M vi.. n f .. .. VV3 sft' rm XV iiftii.ii.yffl m'4's .... Gs&wa :. JMM recently: flllo mechanical expert said XJWIil, A noted "I queen a. crescent used hard coal ontheirengines." Hesawonlywbite smoke, for the road uses all modern appliances for avoiding the nuisance of smoke, dust and cinders. The didn't know the te,tmm u& EiollSCs Is the only line running solid gas-lighte- VSfaftiatkl d, ves-tibule- d, steam-heate- d trains to the South. Standard day coaches (with smoking rooms and lavatories), Pullman drawing room sleepers, elegant cafe, parlor and observation cars. runs tally equipped trams liom Cincinnati to Chattanooga. Birmingham, New Orleans, Atlanta and Jacksonville, with through sleepers. Also through sleeping cars Cincinnati to Knoxville, Ashc-ville. The QUEEN, & CRESCENT ROUTE Columbia and Savannah, and from Louisville to Chattanooga without change. Ask for ticket over the Q. & C W. C Kincairon. General Paisencer Agent. Cincinnati. O. J.H.NEFF&C0. Main Strt. (Opposite Glyndpn.) Country Produce Bought and Sold. Highest Cash Market Erice Paid. H TO CURE X COLD IN' ONE DAY. Take Lazatire Bremo Quinine Tablets. AU Druggists reaai the money if it lafls to Core. 26c. For wde by W. O. White, Draggiift3uch--XBQomchS-SKy. d, Wanted-- In . IdeaiS atniH?'??" &&&& three That Amount br the Flood. "I know one lady, the mother greatly In the birth of eachrwho Louisville. Ky., March 12. The Bal- who sufferedbottle of 'Mother1.! Friend' of mo a timore & Ohio Southwestern railway obtained fourth confinement, and was relieved before her AU sree their has 1,000 men at work repairing its quietly. painful." that G. labor wag shorter Jonx Folhill, Hacon.Qs. tracks. It has resumed train ser- and less on Sent by Mall, O receipt of price. JIJO PKIl vice between Louisville and CincinEXPECTANT nati and St Louts. The through BOTTLE. containing valuable MOTHERS' Information mailed free, trains between Cincinnati and St. and voluntary testimonials. Louis will now be run by way of LouThe bradfield regulator co.ATiAHTA.a SOLO ST ALL DRUGGISTS. isville, leaving Cincinnati on the B. & 0. S. W. tracks, entering Louisville by way of the Big Four bridge, leaving for the west over the St Louis Air BLACKBURN'S FRIENDS line and resuming it own tracks .at Indignant Over the Report That He Bad Fairfield. III. Abandoned the Senatorial Fight. The Monon has fnlly restored Its serFeaskfort, Ky., March .1L The vice and the Pennsylvania Is also making schedule time. During the flood Frankfort friends of Senator Black all these roads used the track of the burn are indignant over the stories that have been sent out to the effect Big Four in and out of Louisville. The damage to the railroads done by that he had abandoned the senatorial fight and would make no further effort the recent floods is estimated at $3,000,-00and-th- e damage to the county and to prevent the election of a republican. They say that Blackburn will be here individuals in the flooded district is esin due time and will make a stronger timated to be 2,000,000. fight than he made last winter, and "Q. W. DAWSON" anything published to the contrary is untrue. on the Shirt or a Man Who Shot Harked Senator W. H. Clark (rep.), of Jack-soThe New Superintendent Takes Charge. Ulmtelf at Lonlavllle. county, Is still down with pneuITopkissvii.i.e, Ky., March 15. Dr. 12. A man Louisville, Ky., March monia, and a pair for him with Senator T. W. Gardiner, new superintendent of supposed to be G. W. Dawson, of Montthe Western asylum, will arrive here gomery, Ala., shot and killed. himself Ogilvio may be arranged. Representatives Ball, Bailey, Burnam, Greer, Monday to assume charge of the instiin the Uaion depot shortly after the republicans, arrived Wednesday tution. It is generally believed that arrival of the train from Cincinnati night and are being attentively looked none of the present assistant physi- at 5:30 Thursday afternoon. He had cians will be retained. a ticket in his pocket reading from after by the friends of the senaParkersburg, W. Va.. to Montgomery, torial candidates. CoL Bill Lyons, of A Dagger at a Dance. and when the train arrived he got out Newport, has not yet put in an apd A6HL.AKD, Ky., March 15. John to the baggage room, pearance, but is looked for Thursday and John Rose got into a fight and walked where he shot himself in the left morning from Louisville, where he has at a dance in Pollard, a suburb of this temple. been in consultation with Dr. Hunter. city. Hammond drew a knife and inJudge Holt was the only senatorial On his shirt was found the name of flicted two bad cuts on his adversary. G. W. Dawson. Telegrams to candidate here Wednesday night may not The wonnds are serious, but and Parkersburg have so far HUNTER'S VICTORY. be fataL talied to throw any light on the Torch .Applied to a Toll Gate. luicide or the man's identity. Tho Warden Happy Stays, While the Clerk STASForsn, Ky.. March 15. Turn- of the Kddyvllle Penitentiary Goes. boly is being held here. Frankfort, Ky., March 11. The state board of sinking fund commisnight They burned the toll house on Got FIt- - Y'sra. sioners took up the Eddyvillo prison the Hall's Gap pike, where toll was NicnoLAsviLLE. Ky., March 12. being collected after the gate had Alter being out just 13 minutes the matter Wednesday and passed upon been twice removed. jury in the case ot John Stevenson, the recommendation of the state inspector to remove Warden Happy. j charged with malicious shooting and nit Skiff Ky., March 13. IVhile wounding of Deputy Sheriff Logan Happy is a strong Hunter man, the HunPaixtsvili.e, attempting to cross the Big Sandy Young, returned a verdict of guilty ter influence secured him the appointriver in an old skiff near Prcstonburg. ind fixed his punishment at the full ment lastyear, Gov.Bradley moved that Bailey Tyree, a young farmer, was limit under the law, five years in the the warden be asked to resign. Treasdrowned. The skiff struck a snag and penitentiary. A rahearing has been urer Long wanted the warden and Clerk Can field both to resign. Attorasked for and the case has been ap capsized. ney General Taylor moved that Wardpealed. Ox Ten m Drnwtie!. en Happy bo retained and Clerk D inJudge Helm Asks for Troops. ValletView. Ky., March 15. Green Fbaxkfort, Ky., March 12. Gov. field resign. Taylor's motion was Deaton, while crossing tho middle fork Bradley Thursday received from Judge adopted. Auditor Stone, Secretary of of Kentucky river with a yoke of oxnarHelm, of the Campbell circuit court, a State Finley and Taylor himself voten, had both oxen drowned and call for troops. The judge asks for ing for it The result is said to be a rowly escaped with his own life. them as a precautionary measure not victory for Hunter. In Owen County. because he has any fear of an outJUDGE NOTIFIED Owejctox, Kj'., March 15. The democounty committee selected E. E. break. He wants a company of solcratic s Would Be That Foz Sprints diers to be in Newport a day or two Lee chairman, vice Emmet Orr, reTorn Down by the Raiders. before the hanging. It is believed signed, and called a primary for May FLEMisosnuRO.Ky., March Word that Gov. Bradley will grant the re- -' from a reliable source fromli.Walling-for1 to nominate a representative. quest seven miles from this place, FpoDm Follow Jllm. His Life far Hli Child. states that 100 men will be over Lexingtox, Ky., March 15. John Elktox, Ky., March 12. Jack Harri- the Fox Springs pike Wednesday night Elliston, colored, aged 18, was brought to the insane asylum from Madison son, a young farmer ten miles north of and tear down the gates again. The county. His hallucination is that spirits this place, was instantly killed by a raiders make no secret of their expedifalling tree. He wa3 cutting logs for tion, and have notified the county are always following him. a barn and as the tree began to fall his judge of their intention. The eastern Eighteen Years County Clerk. d son started to run portion of the county Is much wrought little 13. John under it, and Harrison, in saving the Stanford, Ky., March up over the delay of the magistrates in Blnin, aged 72 years, for 18 years counchild's life, was caught and crushed. securing control of the roads, and the ty clerk of this county and a man of The child escaped unhurt people propose to take the matter into great popularity, is dead of paralysis. their own hands. Woolen SHU Operators Meet. Blind Tiddler ttulcld. Bltnatlon Serlons at Padncah. Louisville, Ky., March 12. At a Cordis. Ky., March 15. Bill Kirk, Paducah, Ky., March 11. The river the blind fiddler, committed suicide meeting here if the woolen mill opersituation is growing serious, and has near Gray's. He had had some trouble ators of Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee, Georgia reached the point where a little rise with a woman. and Kentucky, it was stated that makes & great deal ot difference. The Centenarian Dead. gauge now registers 44.3 and rising, Ky., March 15. Uncle forthcoming changes in the tariff Midlleburo, would enable the mills to run all tho and the big rise from above has not John Over bay is dead at the age of yet reached here, the swell being year round. 100 years at his home near Livingscaused by rains on the Wabash and ton. Club. The Louisville Baseball other tributaries. Two feet more will diLouisville, Ky., March 12. The do considerable damage in outlying DOWN THE BANK- rectors of the Louisville baseball club districts. Thursday night that unless Passenger Train Wrecked Near Rome, announced Locomotive Fireman Killed. Ga. Seven Persons Injured. they came out even on this year's seaWickliffe, Ky., March 11. The Kome, Ga., March 15. A frightful son they would dispose of the National d Illinois Central St Louis passenger train wreck occurred here league franchise. They claim to havo express collided with a freight train early Saturdny morning on tho ap- been losing money for five years. at East Cairo, Ky., at 1:20 o'clock Wedproach to the high bridge of the Merchant Failed. nesday morning, killing Fireman WalSouthern railway over the Etowah Dektoh, Ky., March 12. B. M. Reed, ter Rogers, colored, and injuring Teleriver. The engine and train plunged a merchant at Grayson, Ky., assigned. graph Operator Godwin Boas; who down a bluff CO foet high into the riv- Nominal assets, $16,000; liabilities, was in. the station, which was knocked er, with the engineer sticking bravely Capt Nethercutt has been ap- over into the backwater by the passto his post 'J he crash was awfuL pointed assignee. Cincinnati houses enger engine which left the track. The wreck caught lire and seven cars are his principal creditors. "Soap" Perkins Arrested. were burne"d. Ks Fear of n Flood. Lexington, Ky., March 11. Jockey Engineer James T.y Pittman's left leg Yalletview, Ky., March 12. The "Soup" Perkins stands an excellent was broken and he was badly scarred Kentucky river is at a stand, and all chance to spsnd a few days in the coundie. up. He will ty jalL He was arrested Wednesday Fireman Al'red Kennedy jumped and fear of another flood Is ended. night, and charged with carrying conwas badly bruised and internally incealed a pistol, and drawing the same jured- His arm was "broken, and he is Inspector fctoue In Frankfort. on a number of newsboys with whom not expected to live. Ky., March 10. George he had a few words. A jail sentence Frankfort, Express Messenger Polk Culbertson's Stone, Leitchfield, who will succeed accompanies the fine in concealed-weapo- n leg was badly lacerated. Mine Inspector C J. Norwood, arrived cases in Kentucky. Mrs. Xteechor Funeral. Tuesday. His commission will be isSoed for Dsck Taxes. March 12. The funeral sued April L Brooki.tx, Louisville, Ky., March 1L Tho of Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher took Down. Another Tall Gate Torn state of Kentucky Wednesday after-soo- n place at-- o'clock Thursday afternoon Lancaster, Ky., March 10. The sued the Southern Pacific Co. for from Plymouth church. The services, toll gate near Stanford, on the Lan(137,500 for failure to make a state2 o'clock, were exwhich began at caster and Stanford pike, was torn ment of its business during the years ceedingly simple. flown. No clew to the raiders. as required by the law, Papers Sent In. taxing franchises, the railroad comHOPKIN8VILLE, Ky., March 10. All pany's charter having been granted THE MARKETS. by the Kentucky legislature. the papers in the Maj. Crumbaugh-CaBill state senatorial contest were Will Sne CiucnWATr, March IS for Dick Tate's Life Insurance Floub Spring fancy. 8175(3410: sprint Tuesday sent to Frankfort FnANKFOBT.Ky., March 10. The state famllr, llWijiTO: spring patent, KI5S4.7J; Is preparing suits to recover from Mfe wlnier patent, fancr. Relief for Flood Sufferers. femUy, of the ti.iaZ.7J. extra. a"J5JlS0; low Milpord, 0., March 10. Mayor Hill insurance companies the amount Treasrye fljur. liii7Sper brL trade. policies on the life of Wheat No 2 xtX Is qnotabls at 89c oa has issued a call for a public mass urer Dick Tate, who defaulted for track. meeting to be held at the city hall $250,000. The policies have been kept Cob Sales: So 2.mlxed. to arrive, at He; Thursday evening, March 11, to proyellow ear. track, at iiyjc. np "by his Jugbter and flood sufferers. vide relief for the Oxis Not s mired is Quotable at lSJ419c. Tate has not been heard from in eight, Bugs Select butchers'. fair to Gen. Eleta Dead. years, and the suit will be brought on rood packers'. K8V.&X93; fair to food light, San Joan del Sim, Nicaragua, March the ground that the law presumes that t3.8JoS.OJ; common and roughs. $3&3.7a Cattli Fair to good shippers'. 7S44S0: 10. A rumor has reached here to the a man who disappears seven years is exports, II 6Si 00; good to cnolce batchers', effect that Gen. Antonio Ezeta, of Saldead. UtUQAti): fair to medlnm butchers'. t&lO&seS; vador, is dead, near Panama. Railway Tracks Washed Oat. common, liiOiW. SmiPiiD Laaibs Shesp: Extra, S4.3& announced that, , LouisviLLE,Ky., 'March 10. The It is 4.73; good to choice, $3.7&dC3: common to heavy rains Monday night fslr. Ii50&3.6a Lambs: Extras. 15.35; good to owing to the adverse .reply of Greece washed out 400 feet of track on the choice, H7Jit.5. common to fair. U Mi 4.50, to the demands ot the powers, the latVai. CA.LVXS Fair to good light, &.7S3 ter will at once withdraw their minis- Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern near &&t A bridge went down at common and large, U.00 i Shoals, Ind. Wool Unwashed, flee merino. lOlte per ters from Athena. Medora and a long trestle near hero lb; quarter-bloo- d clothing, 13111c: medium cluo left over was washed out of line. The Monon The delaine and clothing. lJ3Uc; braid. 131:: the Alton road at 11 o'clock Wednoa- - Is still blocked between Bedford and. com Dins, me- Washed, fine meoinm rlno. X to XX lie: medium cloUitar. lijlsa: i day morning for Hot Springs, Ark., Crawfordsville, and Chicago business delaine fleece, li16c. long combing, !S317o; whore the annual spring practice will Is" being done via tho Big Four to d and lew. 13314c: commoa t Indianapolis. The other northern be taken. coarse, l&!3c: choice, lit Two Miners Crashed. I lines out of here are all right, Nrw York. .March 11 Danvuxk. Ky.. March 10. While j "Wheat Ho. 8 red, Msy, 765iia73Hcf July, Xnwport Han Disappointed. September. 73H&71K& Taylor Stivers and John Bailey were J FnAHKFOBr, Ky., March 10. A NewCobs No. S.28JiSUJi c; Wty. X430c; July, working in a mine at Altamont, a port man is.said to be disappointed by WHO. piece of slate 10 feet wide by 15 feet Gov. .Bradleyja action Tuesday. He Oats Weitenvliasoc: ?' "He long and S feet thick fellTjpon them. appointed Geo. W. Stone, a prominent Chicago, March It WHIAT March, 7zo: May. 774Xe IK i Their bodies had to be mined out lawyer, of .Grayson, state mine Inj Jul 7. 71 c; September. tOHo. spector, to" succeed "Prof. C. J. Norf lslla Combs' Throat Cnt. Ko b; July, j Corn Marco. Z3io: Kay, MiDDLESBOiib.Ky., March 10. Leslie wood, on April 1. It is intimated that, j BHo a; September. xHfic CUTS Msrch.lttfc: May, 17HeiTH b; July, Combs, the most noted moonshiner in tho assistant yet to be named1, will bo 18K&l8Me; September. lXc mountainsi-vTi- is found dead, near' a, gold democrat, and that :Frof. Norv I the PrnsBimc Msrsh li Hazard with bis throat cut. He was a wood himself will "be offered the" posiCATTt. Prime, S4.8j35.GU; sood, 44.504.70: ' ii . tlTy butchers. fair, i&4.l: confederate bushwhacker.. He claimed tlon. ad'cowE, H.80fS.aO; Jresh cows . that he had killed 50 men. r.U . j! j , Trot tin sr StaUloe Acolyte Sold. j.drp i " T SeaatWr-CUrljKSXSOTOt, ja.j, Marcn uo. xn 111. raerftani.Buns PriB-H1S34.I5: best' Vorkers. Midbltobobo, JCy.f March,10.State ferottiag.. stallion; Aeolyte.iby Onward.' fit. H.8&9.Z.H: bean. R.r.afS-;nara.fjajs w. xoasjs. Ufinit. ill a.t- uaciuue. for which CoxeVi'Of COBSHlonweal fftBe BooK-T-- Railways to life of both is assured by the LOSS S8.O00.000. use of "Mother's Friend," and Around Loularltte Lot Ilalf the time of recovery shortened. children, ot i..i .j for Senator. Frankfort, Ky., March 13. By agreement between the managers of the candidates for United States senator, no nomination was made for senator Friday night by the joint republican caucus. The caucus at which this compromiso was nlTected was a secret-oneThe nominations for senator were John W. Lewis, of W. G. Springfield; Hunter, of Cumberland county; St John Boyle, of Louisville,- and Justice W. H. Holt, of Frankfort The session lasted until 11 o'clock, at which tirnn thn einem adlnnrnpd until 9 o'clock Saturday morning when tho uoiiDuog win uegio. Ko Nomination ex-Chi- ' I " vBvls to take Dr. fiell'i PlntTar- Honey A guaranteed cough rem eay, lOr J That Pine-Tar-Hon- ey I A telling attack on values. Cheapmost exacting. Our constant endeaver to push the ness unlooked for even by the quality up and crowd the price down brings the knowing shopper here and makes To bring the money saving public to our store. ISwwKII!! njlnnjltriruTjtrtrtnrinr txuinnrtimnnrinjtruuu this the The quickest and surest I a ' .. WnOUy Ullll.se an owcr& oeucr, Viuils Vd iMniM anrl mart! a f 4n1sAntfll triA OUU AAA IsUtVVVa aJi&ttU Busiest Furniture Store In Central Kentuck y. feat I WiiOiO HBVCiLU DR. BELL'S . 81 3il TnCCS reCeived nearly every day, and by so doinjr. Mantel Beds, Chiffonier always have the very latest designs. Upright Folding-Bedall in Ash, Oak, Curley Birch and Mahogany. and Separate s, Bed-Steads, Side-Boards, DUK00ill jililCS "!?' ,U 1 contains the concentrated healing virtues or oia ana tried medlclnalagents, extracted by a new scientific process. 25c, SOo and JL At tU dr.mliu. er sent nfoa reottpl 01 pnc dj Tie X. X. Smtkeriu Dressers, Bureaus, Secretaries, Chiffoniers, Hall Trees, Future "Moulding, Chairs, Easels, Screens, Mantel Mirrows, Center Tables, Extension TsibU-Springs and Mattresses in designs and quality to please every one from happy little (n.to the cranky old maids and bachelors. Book-Case- s, . - Dynes, a prominent Chicago attorney. is here as the representative of a Chicago real estate office, which was recently caught for 55,000 by the old. Walcott land swindle. Mr. Dynes is Paintsville, Ky., March Investigating; a Swindle. 13. wmtvm O. W. -- annMj- luteal a. Our 27-- 26 READY making a thorough investigation of the records in the recorder's office with tho view of subjecting some of the dealers to a criminal prosecution. Six Aldermen Indicted. Louisville, Ky., March 13. The six Our factory on Lnnrel Street in Richof Louisville's 12 aldermen are now ranuorl mnnv PVT)rPinn; of 141 li nrioe " from ly mond is now running, and we are Tuof. fanait'oA ftooVi on1 nrnrr J. vAAA t.Vio foofkVl Vrl vahj. vVA VOiA Ultvi 11 ) J UtJ V VVX. uusiu. 'A !.,!,. under indictment for conspiring to prepared to fill orders for twist of the and wonder to see such goods sold in Richmond. Don't fail to come and see the neat, v. misappropriate the funds of the Gerin Oak, Curly Birch and Mahogany. Alderman G. G. man national banlc I little Desks, we have just received for tha ladies Trick was indicted in Thursday's indictments, but the papers were held We are always at home and glad to see you at any time whether you iui$h to buy or up until Friday. The other member "D. II. C of the "big seven" aldermen J. W. Very,jRespectfidly, to call. not, so don't Beeder, escaped by turning Informant -- TO. 'Vfiiv-y'vvi- I iiie of Rockers v SUPPLY THE TRADE IN T Elm, Oak, Curly Birch, Mahogany and Willow, . Tio-ir- a A. X .As A, A. v V . a 1 a 1 "Mi "hit i Mmi" " Hi aaBaBiaHlMkBHBBBBaBBBBBHaHBaMM fail 0, Poisoned by Poteeroot. Ky., March 13. MiDDLESROEouau, tf Jicks" n The children of David Sinsabaugh. Wm. Mundy and Norman Hodge, while hunting mussel shells on Clinch. river, came across some pokeroot, which, they ate. They all became very sleepy in a short time. Medical aid was summoned. Six of the children, after several hours' hard work, were restored, but the seventh Johnny Hodge died. Solt for Baek Taxes. Henderson, Ky., March 13. Auditor's Agent Marrs has filed suit in Brand?, three grades. We can save yon money. Send ua a trial order; you will Impebe glad with our products. rially pleased to' bear from country mer- 7- f- 4 chants. 49- - White 0 Ross, j Buchanan A Biggersta tie Factory and several new designs. J! JL B Richmond, Ky. new line of Coffins and Caskets just from Efll3jlljjrt!JIjrtI Gri-der.a- ll BRID&EFORD'S ITam-mon- Mont-jrorne- ry I 1 which the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Co. is made defendant. The petition alleges that this corporation has, since the yoar 1890, omitted from the assessor's list for four years past personalty that had a valuation of $050,000. A recovery of taxes is asked. Draper Will Accept. Lexington, Ky., March 13. Gen. Wm. F. Draper and wife, .who have been the guest of Mri Wm. Preston for several days, left Friday for Washington. He had received no official notice of his appointment as ambassador to Italy at the time ot his departure, but while hero he stated to relatives that he would accept Ko riallot for Stnutur Before March 23. Frankfort, Ky., March 13. There will be no ballot for United States senator before noon March 23. Lieut-Go- v. Worthington said Friday night that he would so rule in the senate and it is expected the democrats will sustain him. Gov. Bradley and Senator Goobel (democrat) concur in this oninion. A BANK SUSPENSION Cansrs tho Cormank Safety Vault and March 10. The Germania Safety Vault & Trust Co. made an assignment Tuesday a ter-noo- ECONOMIST RANGE. SEE THEM ! EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE THEM: JMii o.o HE mmmmmmmMmmmm'mm r. . PATS THE Great tip :: FREIGHT. . . . YOU PAY FOR THE . . Ski gfater IS" "t. SALE OF DRINKS. NO. oots iJi iHfg AND ZzZzZz hoes J 5 SECOND STREET. RICHMOND. KY. 7V5'VS5-''i- . Phone.No. 3. 7"HEs)s... NEW THRIC-A-WEE- YORK K WORLD, EDITION. 156 18 Pages a Week. .. Papers a Year. SOLD BY m Louisville, Ky., Trust Co. to Go to ttJe Wall. Tollf-ate- n. d, seven-year-ol- he failure was caused by the susCO. pension of the German national bank in which the trust company was a larjje depositor. The last statement placed the assets and liabilities at $271,138.16 each. HON. C. T. CALDWELL, It is thought that stockholders will realize 50 cents on the dollar. J. M. McKnight, president of the German of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recomnational bank was also president of mends Wrights Celery the trust company which he had placed in a receiver's hands at the time Capsules. of the bank failure. Stockholders secured possession again, however, and elected C T. Hearing president. Pakkersbueo, W. Va., AN OLD FIGHT January 26, 19S5. Or Last Winter Will lie Renewed at th The "Veioht Med. Co., 'J US Columbus, Ohio. RICHMOND. first among "weekly" papers in ot publication andjfreshneas, variety and reliability of contents. It is practically a daily at the low price of a weekly; and its Tast list of subscribers, extending to arery State and Territory in the Union and foreign oantries, will vouch for thetaccuracy and fair-jeof its news columns. It is splendidly illustrated and among its special features are a fine humor page, exhaustive market reports, aU the latest fashions for women and a long series of stories by the greatest living American and English authors. Coxax Doyle, Jehoke K. Jerome, Mary E. Wilxins, Stanley Weyman, It stands size, frequency ss mm srS For the next THIRTY DAYS we will resell gardless of cost to make room for Spring Stock which will soon be in and ask you to come and get them at almost your own price for CASH. Our Annual Clearance Sales are very popular, as we have always given value received. We are prepared to meet lowest prices on groceries of all kinds, for cash. Boots and Shoes a pi JSI fgrflJJ Axthosy Horn, BltAMDKB Bert Harts, ETC. MATTHEVfS, We offer this unequaled newspaper and THE CLIMAX together one year for $1.75. The reg-nlsubscription price of the two paqers ia 28 $3.00. ar ffiil fJ BWargJl ifilliSkjl I 1 Kxtra Session of the Kuutncky Lejls-latnr- e. north-boun- $14,-00- 0. Fkaxkfokt, Ky., March 10. When the state senate meets Saturday there will be 33 senators sitting and entitled to vote. Five new men will present credentials. Four of these are republicans and the game of the silver democrats will be to keep them from being seated, and thus prevent the election of a republican United States senator. Contests have been filed against the four republicans, and the Blackburn people claim to have enough votes to re;er their credentials until the contests are passed upon. It is going to be the old fight of last winter over again. Gov. Ilradley's Messc- Fbankfobt, Ky., March 10. Gov. Bradley's messago to the extra session of the legislature returned from the printers' bands Tuesday. It is said to be a vigorously written state paper, urging the immediate passage of laws to protect the financial interests of Kentucky, to stop mob violence, to provide for institutions for the imprisonment of youthful convicts and to satisfy the other demands emphasized in the" governor's call. rose, the most noted saddle stallion in the country, Is dead at Highland farm, this city, aged 30. Fott Office Safe lllown. Bowling Gbeex, Ky., March 13. The safe in the post office at Luckey was blown open Thursday night and 8300 taken. Saddle Stallton Dies. Vkr3AILLks, Ky., March 13. Mont- "Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1594. and find them to be as recommended. I first began taking them while at Hot Springs. Ak., under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism. Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which I had been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules gave rne great rilief from the beginning and have used them ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any and all suffering with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours. Gentlemen: I have been using ijmrjn TRADE MARKS COPYRIOHTS Jto. Asyono sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain, free, whether an Invention is probably patentable. Communications strictly conadestlaL Oldest ascney for Meurtmr patents In America. TVa hare a Washington oface. Patents takes through Uuan A Co. recelra special notice In the BO YEARS' EXPERIENCE. fff aaiMMttatHMMtteiMHsssstseeassifi ssaa nemMAsBtjiMAAKM.a..A..A. JVVWV IWWVWWWWWVWWWWWWWWWVWwVSIWSJSIwSIVSIWBIfSlflBig OE8ICN8, a.. a. Sal::: a a- SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, beantlfnllr inustrated. Unrest drralatloa of any scientific Journal, weekly, terms HXC a year; tLMtlx months. Specimen copies and llxaa Boost ox Fatxxts sent free. Address - ... MUNN A CO., 361 Broadway, Kerr Terk. 2S-2- 7 U::z a.. a.. Wanted-- An tMss to patent? Sold by T. S. Hagan, Drnjrgist Price Protect your Idea: they may brine yoa wealth. 50c ents and $1.00 per box. Call at drug- Write JOHN WEODEHBDRM A CO, Patent Attorneys, Washington. D. their tlsa prise oiler 5- store and get free sample. and list of two hundred Inventions wanted. C-for Charles T Caldwell. Idea Who eaa think of some simple ": RinHMfiNlj. KF.NTITr.KY Jan27-tw bV 4fc i orz4hk uueKr?. ikiisisb W...W.J . laS asstftk -- f ' .3 m. i J3BfTriareiJBEaBirlilr - oav -- . " " ; ef o ' .i.jO ... o A 7 -- Xs C L iJ"st Penetl on Second ;; .eo Street at the stand re- - 3 ):-.V- VO ' 'X C Vi - vw3pSA.Chenault. V V"J-K- yr .NcPny V occupied by T. All poods ....as a -- Ut"Vfc v Jtinew - and sold as low . Vauy ln tne market for AV 89 :::::f ao a 8 a 3 oe a9 X- a. " VL V("a A, X "i .yT ft Wk V vk W mm N -V -- all ki3d of Piles. Whj scflter with ttrfa terrible disease ? Wo CI to written KniniMwiuio'i.uii Doxea,Japanese Piletnenniitr l( not rand, auuea to ursd areas un receipt of price. Tho to reiaod Curs Company, Minn, TFIH euro JAPHHES o &QRI PILE EOe.andtl nerbcx. 6 for 5. iapifsse Pile Ointment, 25 bUD.peroei. Japanese uver PtlleU. 50 cilUf 25c. Var :::; W.lnvpnn'hnnk.nAVCJX Ni' can therefore sell T Ar XVy ato V , ! .aO o ;; at ... Lowest All tnces r W for Cash. VTVk JT k m. -- " --- .V ""It e s goods fresh from y JSold by W. G. White, DruR?est, Richmond, Ky. SI:!: UllZ a. .. the city and a supply received daily D. CHENAUL.T 2 CO. -- neOfV V , v X !:! Vi 3 pt WX JlL& Wv K.55&-73-- . IL15-31.S- Bkowjisville, Ky., March 18. William Scrikner, has been arrested and Robber In JalL ex-Sta- te son-in-la- I con-tinn- ed lodged in jail here "charged with robbery. Above the Dancer LUio at Louisville. LoniBViLLE, Ky March 13. The Ohio is one foot above the danger line and is rising one half inch an hour. DroTe a Horas to Death. Geneva, O., March 13. Mrs. Nellla Ayers was Bent to tho workhouse to" work out a fine of $54 assessed against her for driving a liTery horse to death. wf' Jk" a... . .. ece.. rL i i VVsa jll' Z'Mt ....a . ...saw ; X v., "! W - iL. Am0BBmTmWB VffHft. ' 0 9 K3Ea3S53SBissttfi(BHaHHBH0EHBBHHIEHMIB3B'" semi-officuil- iy tS-b- I BLUE GRASS CMcago-AiaseDa.1-1 luc. d, 'i Largest 33-4- Stable in Eastern Kentucky. ii luiveryl Peed and Sale Ssccesserto THE WJLLARD Has quarter-bloo- MRSEMES I " C T. FOX 4 Reccilly Been Con?erted Into Tiling- - a Modern Palace Wlits & Fei, Halls aria. Entrance are Marble and S, of the Finest Quality. Richmond, Ky. -' THECtljR rt'eiv. 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors - - - Or PARLORS AND UPPKR HALLS. - $1.25 IN ii Offices and Dining-Roo- m ADVANCE, Beautifully Decorted and llantly Lighted, rx Bril-- -- 1 - t-- -- Ht'w. SVSfsr w HMrtm, IMl M.9ti.miJmkr, M.W; aaaasasas. aKavaaiLaa asuiaaa I Bim-- ?.H?fr??!IM;i'rii:-nan JL5C H.tlii e k Everything' for Orchard,. Lawn and Garden. Full stock of OrnasKBtiyad Frnit Trees, Grape nB6fl,.'AsparsjnM-id- Small .Frnits. Jffe employ no ageate, bat sell sAjlfvliepriK: Btrswberry concn t. j. wHaatsi R001 . THE AttCi W , iicja'oTlOM.t Jit Coras ia 1 to aays. sssttp -- ' .. the grcatcv Discovery ok Ii ItB Equipments throughout are without a Superior in the South, rate cf . . . .' Charges Considered MMVm - s inn' na '. fce Y- "rSSr -i lsr wmsUns willSot .Tj c&rUmWt:. H iijV.mm6 atiand ih -- - ir-- i- MP B "i- W i " ww;x H Vow a ttSSs. iiJvffi. naatiKj V. WnNK, of ,- - wj ; vvsak j ...... ,o;r nawi Js -'-- i cr - a : .: aa:girl Catlo! ta apj. y , .- ' Vatwaa ,,t-- ajways tmtnut. rsaaviorat em K wnmX9 m TMIBISI i ia(PPstfi.LM)lM. Magssa .passes) i nin. -' - - i : I,F.UJWKBSl, - &m i A poattrra prsraatlT.'- - Oa sis' ssurted la vast soeht.aa eeaii iarer Ratals. oaatsaa Upaekaca,, HsiM U aMratt - liv . c MM wmYf 2Mbatoe.K7. : ' ' I MM!LVmWmtftm IMtt taduaaan, ... ., fWsjaCfKPaaUUaa. t . . . J . v - 5- TjS v ., , . - !' . . ','ili . , j j" Ky. c C- IF IMS'- 4a It1 - ?.& S2 Stf Sr2i.3Q PER DRY t&m, L -. ,. v, HaveJBeenHspended. In This Recent ImproTement. , ."i'-V- . -- t i - . - K liwfH. , BMMBHmaiiaMllMaMga1HalaMBMaMMaMB BliMBiMffHBWIMIBBi MmlKmlmnlamMKBmwumBWSiaiiSstgidaBmaiatiSE.S . -- , r