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TO W wish to caution all users of Simmon L,vrr Ilulator on a subject of the deepest ml r.it Hiid importance to their health The solo proprietors j rhap their hvs. d makers 01 Simmons Liver Itegulator are often deceived by irn tiut custo-nerI iv n a nl takng some medicine of a ( h ar appwirance or taste, believing it to ie Simmons Liver Regulator. We warn vna that unless the word Regulator is on V parlcageor bottle, that it is not Simmons 1 iver Regulator. No one else makes, or ever has nwde Simmons Liver Regulator, or anvihing cxlW Simmons Liver Regulator, hat J H Zeilmfc Co., and no medicine made br anvone e sn 13 the same. , We alone can put it up and we cannot be responsible, if other medicines represented as the same do rot hel' you as you are led to expect they will Bear this bet well in mind, ifyou have been in the habit of using a medicine which you 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 Liver Regulator at all. The Regulator has been favorably known for many years, and all who use it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation, Headache. Dyspepsia, and all disorders ansmc trom a .Uiseased layer. We ask you to look for yourselves, and see that Simmons Liver Regulator, which you can readily distinguish by the Red Z on wrapper, and by our name, is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. J. II. ZKILIX & CO. Take 1 s WARNING. tramth; Boston Courier, J Mv neighbor be hath twins. The twins pfssess them iltnms, And twins ami drums ami diuu Are sure diurnal chums. Adapted I love the marii.il twang, I love tlie roislerinj; lad, And iould joyance bang With sweep of leathern cad. lint sometimes, when there comes1 Their rub a dub prolix; I wish tiie twins Mere drums And I could wield the sticks. For the Climax. arc some sonls borji w ith nothing else to do but to do great tbings. A famous foreign artist wasnsXed when the world would be better. Ho replied: "When men submit themselves to the same laws they impose on women," The aine laws, thopame rights, and the same mora! standard for both sexes. These are the demands of justice; these are what wxiinen arc working for. Rut tiie hasty notion that any leform can be wrought in a generation roust not be relied upon. The Persians taught that the stars of heaven were built of purified souls. Must the way to justice for women bo paved with their own heroic live-;- ? Mfss Anna Bright Croston, chester, related to Mrs. I). M. Bright, c f this city, is pleasantly rememberel by the "Richmond Crowd'' nt Estill Springs in '8S-'8- 0. Miss Croxton is rapidly winning prominence in literary circles in Kentucky an I iier winnings over thu noiu de lis '" f "Sarah True" have elicited nun h favorable comment. The of Win- ew Firm, t The most refrsshine and LMh! & Spiii Ira, The Finest Itigs, The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- Surles UEACQCASTE33 Ei FOB Kennedy j 1 Yonng and Old. Rejoice witU ns (Nest door Richmond Jfat. Bank.) AD1ATD in the Discovery. ij'gp fej. Climax jx t t . a dainty little i...ts ... pioduet of her pen, under the to-da- y D. H. j f HIS VALENTINE. Baldwin & Co.'s Fianos and Organs. Nur opera scat, nor dainty thing, if the world is to bo Standard Kitchen Cabinets. Not even a little, plain, cold ring Absolutely Putq redeemed by suffering that women w ill Rut I ran love her. Wliat Women Have Done. Agency Provident Savings Life Celebrated for its great leaven'nj be its saviour?. Tsars reveal as deep I cannot send her books galore strength and bealthfnlncss. Assures wounds as blood. Many a woman has Of castlbd realms and lyric lure, Insurance Co., and the food against alum and --II forms ot adulteration common to the cheap The sweetest story that I kuow It is but justice to pay women the fonght a braver battle with a needle than brands, boyal baking rowDER co., Li that I love her. Old Continental Fire Insur NEW YOEK. compliment of sex, anil acknowledged;:! ever did mau with a sword. Takeaway oar indebtedness to her as the mother ol what women havo done for the world I cannot send her wealth nor fame, ance Company. and the world would be a mighty poor fore put a heavier bunden upon the Nor jeweled crown, nor titled name, man. mchllMw poor people of the country in the pur She'll be my dear, Dame ''Ork Deb See." The first government wss patriarchal. place for men. . And so I'll love her. chase of their woolen garments and other Woman was the firtt ruler in church and 5 s s State. Under some of the older civiliza McCreary For Harmony and things which they can scarcely provide If shadows linger 'long her way, themselves with now. The revenue. I'll be Jis sunlight 'till the day' 6 tions woman posscsed equal liberty with Democratic Success. under the Wilson bill have increased When all her paths are fair as May, man. In Athens four Imndred and fifty Because I love her. rapidly of late, and if the income tar bill years before the beginning of the Christ-- i which we passed and winch was thrown If beart-nche- s mist her eyes in tears, Cincinnati Enquirer March 15, 1SS7. tn era, Asp.tsia shared the throne 'with down by the Supreme Court, had have My heirt will be so near to hers Pericles-- Greece clothed all the virtues Sh'c'll fairer grow through fading years, James R. McCreary, who Telephone Yonr "Cousin," In female form and made her pods speak the 4th cf March closed Ibis twelve years' stood there lould have been no need of Because I love her more revenue. This List Congress, notto man tfirongh the lips of woman. It service in Congress in the Eighth Ken- withstanding the hard times and distress, So w reaths of immortelles I'll tn ine BROADDUS, is the glory of Pacanism that it libtcned tucky District, at rived at the Grand About her as I clasp her mine. Simmons Liver Regulator. excelled all others in the lavish expenditure to the voicu of genius in woman as well Hotel yesterday with his wife en And whisper. "I'm your Valentine" loute Ilunley's Old Stand. of the public money." Because I love her. as in man. 3 for Richmond, his Lome. No. 2S. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Sarah True. Under Christian civilization what wo"Will the Senate seat Major A. T. LITER AR NOTES. men have done for the world has been Wood, Governor Rradlcy's appointee?" Advertising PAYS or does Advantage of Sleep. JllSS JiH.KKU (iOLilE.W what men would allow them to do. asked the Enquirer man NOT PAY, according to whethIn the sisth century of our era fifty-nin- e TnE PJIESIDKNT S SOCIAl, J.IFC "I am sure not," the STENOGRAPHER AND Iu reply to the question, is it wise for - er you state your wants in a bishops solemnly discussed the question. replied, ' for I talked with a number of At Walter Azhell'3 Litest Stable. Ex Pi esident Harrison, whose ai tides man to deny himself and get along w ith newspaper the people read, or TYPEWRITER. "Does woman jjossvss a soul?" It was conAll kinds of haad-raad- e harness, cheaper the leading Senators abont it just before in The Ladies' Home Journal are creat- a few hours sleep a day, to do more Richmond. Kentucky. tend for hundreds of years that woman IJeftand they were a unit in the opinion ing su-- widespread interest, will write Richmond, in one which either does not than canabo bonght any where in Satisfaction work? Tesla, the great electrician, is Give ns trial and be convinced. was not a part of mankind, but an ani- that neither Woad nor the appointee ggOjRa' adjoining A .R Jturnani's. ' The Social Life of the Preidcnt," said to have replied: "flint is a great circulate at all, or else which gnaranted. feb2I-t- f about mal belondnj; souiewere between the from Oregon would be seated. That is in the April issue of that magazine. Tim mistake. I am convinced. A man has circulates among those who human and binte creators. Until the the reason Hanna is trying to hnny up w ill tell of the dinners, reATT0S1T3YS. just so many hours to be awake, and the are not interested in yon or T DR. PcFFEH'S timeof Peter the Great, Russia, in taking an election at Frankfort. ceptions, etc , that are given by the Chief fewer of these he uses np each day, the your wants. There are pa- ROYAL-TANS- Y the census counted only the males, and "Yes, I have heard that there is a Executive, and detail the great social more days they will last. That is the J W. MILLER. -of bona fide circulation reported so many souls m the empire. move on foot among the Democrats to v 5EW DISCO VEKY. KEVKnFAlL.". demands made upon him. He also gives longer he will live. I believe that men pers eyAll this resulted from the authority of elect Bradley over Hunter, the caucus J)pre5.eflt excessive, BCAty or paialn1 Atto ol many hundred thousands a peep into the White House dining-roo- might live two hundred years if they Kentucky. Richmond, that line. "The woman was cieated for nominee, but I hope that no Republican r'"M?H Itwc. Invigorates tbse crjrans. H and silver closet, ami notes the would sleep juost of the time. That is that make no return for cer7v .2 ntrei t? no ,"- "- . Pint !" Office In the Buniara Bnildingr, next door to the man." will be elected and we can go before the beauty of the service used for State din- why negroes live to advanced old age, tain classes of advertising j "".'--; y feb3-lFanner's National Bank. Huguenots allowed woman people again in November and win ourrtixnp3 Tor partrcUars. tU hj ljrs& When the ners, which was bought at second hand. because they sleep so much. It is said because they do not reach to sinj; in the churches the influence of selves. I am for harmony and reunion It is said that he also pays heed to the that Gladstone sleepa seventeen hours a C F. BUBNAM. any one interested in those Sohl by Richmond Dru? Co- - and V And when in among the Democrats and shall devote Paul began to decline. W. S. MOBCKLET. question, '"How much of his dav; that is why his faculties are still unEngland the question was nkcd, ''Shall much of my time in an endeavor to AM MOBERLEY, BURN G. White. salary can a President lay aside?" impaired in spile of his great age. The particular lines. woman be allowed to le.irn the alpLa-bel?- " bring it about and in helping my friends. The CLIMAX has the largrneys-at- Law. proper way to economize life is to sleep Atto and was answered in the nffirma-the- , I have received many letters from both every moment that is not necessary or est circulation in or out of rvisa ESABS RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. SAXKEYS NEW SCRED SONG of knowledge com gold and silver Democrats from all over the Kolden sates desirable that you should be awake." Madison County of any paOffice In Barnam Building, recently occu- menced to swing apart, and boundless the state, expressing a desire for Evangelist Ira I). Sankcy, the singer n 0 pied by A. B. Bnrnao. per ever published in the poisibliiies were opened tin for women. affiliation, and I believe that and composer, has written a new scared and It was a Regular Guy. r. old notion, ''woman the poem, man the doois should oelhrown wide open to song for the April Ladies Home Journal The County. ST7ILZLT-V-J2the poet," has been outgrown. It is at nil who want to return and renew faith He has given it the title of 'The BeautiISw0- S'CAV. ediThe length seen that woman can earn her in onr grand old party and agree to sup- ful Hills," and considers it superior to his Bi tot Attorney-at-LaHS3TO&r.en . own bread, and that she was created for port the nominee of the primaries. That famous Ninety and Nine." Mr. Sankcy tion was creditable to the busine.-- s and ana qairKiy. v.ar;s li acts pjworiullyn:cn regain Usi rrirVxd, t wrote it with the especial view of its aj -- mechanical departments ot the paper, herself as well as for man. What she ia a cardinal. - - KENTUCKY. Yonri 1lb:r3 RICHMOND, vr-cAT' .tc'Ti'r-Tatc- cU lias already done shows that she can do propriateness for outdoor choral singing but it seems to have pressed the season. to Care f.cnuJtaois, X.C Vtsi:i store, Ofii e over Taylor's Hardware I'UINCII'LR OF DEMOCRACY. -- IzI::yJ""n. nsi more. To demand, as some do that wo for campmeetings and other religious There is. no angel ilymg around yet, as Ither w'v, iwilicc 3Inxo. , z."ins: B Court flouse, on Main Street. 3t5 tni cl f'&i cf ' (.'",3 or i ? is- - 'c catching picture, I am a bimetallLst and while I did not and the paper indicates by a men shall accomplish what they are not gatherings. iyiTfi.i. VfsriiS of tcurr andci iiiu c ftors-V 3 )n i. icKSriisrg-lrophcattering gold or even silver from a (IN KENTUCKY) fitted to understand, is like asking a indorse all of the Chicago platform I II. D. HOGG, r tw : S Tleli s n irrpatcr r 'St. lar -t found it inconsistent with my Democracy na i'i:r.er.Vi'a kuh igo:i, cr mi r cornucopia, and there is no uf-- trying to barefooted mau to ha e his boots blockITepaUl iw n Can so carried in vest ficSe ATTORNEY AT LAW. Sclieitclo In e(Tct Fb. 13. 1807. I EW SHORT STORY BY JEROME. with A i'raf oer. Hi box. or O Inr fool the pvop'e. In conversation with a ed. Give to woman what has been deni- to oppose the nominee of ttie party, and Ccaranlca tn Cure pXteAin 1 f Kentucky. I Richmond, Nl A NO., Nft I made speeches and voted for Bryan. I Jerome Iv. Jerome's new s!i5rt story Cincinnati business man last week, we FAinoUM ineT. raniphlpirrce.UC!a7tTra3nt.. . 10. ed her opportunity and she will do 7 kiaiii J.3J,tn n5.11 vzvk'r.it. : alCAIi AH'IC ::nfiir-ri.. L'.uiiv.lln have hope yet that bimetallism will be has been secured by The Ln'Jics Home were told that he had never seen trade Ar. iheiQjvsllc... 9 14 in iiUp-.the rest 0 up stairs. Office No. 13 First St. Sold by Richmond Drug Co. aud W. G. .0 O'ljra 4 i2pm agree- Journal for publication in the April issue. so utterly depressed ia the 20 years he Ar.LVrcr.cfbs .. Women have edited newspapers, navi- brought about by international lasum 7 03nm laiipm asiim 10 40pm Ar Versill.es White. lastrn gated livers, managed extensive planta- ment, and if it is not then there will be It is reputed to be in some respects a had been in the city. There was a short Ar Lennjton ... GRANT E. LILLY, N t o No J. No. 4 variation from Mr. Jerome's usual style, spurt of promised prosperity just after tions, 'filled positions of trust in bank independent action. I liad a letter 145 pm 4. 44 lam 7 4iiin Lv lcxlns:toa... . LA W, A TTORNEY-A- T from one of the Russian Minietry and also to be one of the brightest and McKiuley's election, but it soon subsid- Ar. Versiille-J....- . UF.0. Vi'. KiLCY aiOnni ilpn j.01jm and counting rooms. They have been C -- Oam a.ipx 5.31am .. Kentucky. lawyers, doctors and ministers. They w bom I met at the Crussells congress to heat of the many excellent short stories ed and times are worse than ever. May Ar. bholbyvilie.... COIjci Richmond, 9l7iu 7.55pm 7 3 Ism Ot Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends have written some of the brightest books which I was a 'delegate and he. informs that have come from his pen. He calls be the extra cession can legislate better Ar. Louisville..... Wright's (Jelerv Capsuleri. fto-onme that his government last year bought his new fatory "A Portrait of a Lady," linit-s- ; mav be not most piobably. o carry Treo Ob3eiva-tlo- n Office S. W. corner Main and Trains N'os 1.2. 1 aad in our libraries. The first to eat of the Shelbvville, Ky., May 2G, "JG. To (.hair Cars. streets up stairs. Will practii-- f in all treeot knowledge, woman proved her and coined $35,000,000 worth of silver for and it will beilluilrated by V. T. Smed-leWright Medical Co., Col., O.: Mikado By Horns Talent. the courts of Madioou and adjoining right to tench, and our schools and circuiation.and favors the freer use of WElTDOCNtt I luve purchased a box of Geut EASTnanso. counties and Court of Appeals. confijentlv look forward The Opera "Mikado" will bo given Na 11 No. 11 RTA ION!. No It so II. Wricht's Celery Capsules from G. L. colleges are to day largely under the care that metal. I pa 7 7 Miildelton, druggist, and used them for either to a general agreement among the Apr. 20 for the benefit of tho Methodist 3 i.ipin 10 4 am Uv Louk ll Ar S.Im! The ABC of If. of women. Ar aiipii Warn r Sonr Stomach, Torpid Liver and ConstiJ. C. & D. JL CHEN'AULT, 4 3rai 7 3iac agree great powers or a limited 7 l;pm 10 )9am ArllarodSBAr; orjjnn fund, under tho maungement Tspm 11 It would be merely impossible t tell 0m Ar liurcln L. 4i0pm T.iijm pation and found that they uave me itimwith the leading nations of Miss Pattio and Mr. Thomas. The ATTORNEYS AT LAW, mediate relief even time. 1 think an all that women have done for the world, ment, that is WKS BOU1t KASTUODND Behold the candidate out for office. Ue following is tho casto of characters, excellent remedy. Kentucky, but I may be pardoned for mentioning leaving out Great Rrilian which is tho meets No. U.NQi7I rwliNS pii Richmond, the voter and says: stumbling Iilock, or a general concur7 15a:nLv l.omsvll Ar lUtaara 7oipra ' Yours very truly, composed of the best local dramatic some names that stamf for the attain I7am tSSpl 5Slnm' 9 laam'Ar Saelbvil Ar "Are you and your family for ine9 rence of all the governments in the entalent: Verslles Ar &0Jam I Up-T- l G3jpa Office on Second street, over Chen-aull- 'o ments and achievements of woman : Geo. W. Iiilev. 9 "Well, maybe so. What are you?" larged use of silver. The commercial 70lpir. Ill .ira Ar Midway Ar 7IUn 13Spa grocery. lltA3tATl3 PEItSOSAE. Anne Hutchison, to whose brave wor.ls 7,pj- lootnlArGeorgn I.v 7 Ia-- ItOpm Well, you see. I'm all right, but I'd relations of the nations have been Pror. Sanderson Tho Mikado of Japan WESillOCMX and deeds we nil owe much of the freeKVSrllJUND. Nanldnoo (his son dlSETuied as HOW TO FIND OUT. brought so closely together that the day rather not ans.ver hard question1." 6 TN'lX Z ilr.W.n-Patti-e CREEN CLAY, dom which wc enjoy; Mary Suinmerville, a vrandcrinj minstrel) No. I tN'O l STATIONS- "Well," says the voter, 'Tmji Repub- Koko (Lord High Executioner is not far distant when we must unite on Ar h ii m 7 :ipm 7. 1 jam i.v Lout-lW. who set new stars in the firmament of A A TTORNE Y--A 0pm Mr. W. R. Shackelford, 55am of Versl cs 40pl money of uniform weight and value lican for sold and high tariff is that Pooh-ba- luir.u) I0m 7 35ptE L Xlchlvlil Ar 7o'Sam itinpm Fill a bottle or common water :l.is 4 h (Lord High Everything Ar Ar C5am knowledge; M"ry WaJIatonecmft, a great a Mr. A. D. Flora II Onm &30iim ArRichmo'd Lt 0.05am 3 lspin your ticket?" eise) Kentucky. RicJnnortd, the world over, and there are but two Pish-tusLTOpai Hid loyal heart that beat its life away for lAr Irrlce Lt The candidate retreats. Behold he Yumh Ynin (a noble Lord) )Mr. Jno. N. Turner I lOpml. wiih nrinc and let stand twenty-fou- r gold and silver Miss Mary Pattie three ( Wright, peerless and metals to be considered 1 NFrancis N' 3her Henry rerry STATIOKS. mnnrnfli .tinii.i. 1'ittie Sins n.tl. f..n. .....1 PeeoUo i warns 01 ) aira. 3Iabel Temfl and it will take both of those to answer ",l',"u " "' hours; a sediment or settling; indicates a "'" ( Miss V" KoKo Collections solicited. 7 45am swipm Lv LouKrllle. ... fearhss, upon whom Nature lavished 10 Siaro 10 fma Brus- treiiiblmjrand pattern fourth his card and ' Katlsha (an eMerly lady in love diseased conditio! of the kidncys-Wlic- n Misa Mariavrillio Smith Ar I.exHtftoa with NankiDool esery gift, and who used them for the the pnrp iso. The delegates to the p7 I0pm Ar Knox.lle Chorus of girls, Nobles, Guards and Coolies. sels monetary conference were onlv em- pleadeth for his undivided" support. PHYSICIANS. liWra Ar Aahevllle elevation of her race; Lucretia Molt, who mine stains licon it is nosiiive 4 "See hers, Cap," says tho voter, " hat to engage in an academic con gave her life to save human beings from powered """ evidence of kidney trouble. Too frc Ar Jickoptllle SNATCHED BADLKEADED. bill confers much are you?" Soipm Ar iMatt.aooga wrong; Margaret Fuller, who pleaded ference, but the Dewdelegates DR. IT. It. GIBSON, upm q'lent desire to urinate or pain iu the "Wei!, I'd rather not eay I'm a Demo'QSSpm to be apAr. Atlanta fuller, power, to the for her 6ex with the passion of a lovei .. ItlJin: .... Ar When beauty draws ns with a single Ar Macon. pointed. In my speech favoring the pas- crat, of coursc,,but " back, is aloo cominciujj proof that the 90r.m Jaekonvllle PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, and the power of a prophet; Harriet hair, ,. ... C.I'rn. a,i5am "Bat you don't think local isnes Lv Chattanooga sage of the bill I stated that I voted for it we'd best beware. Ar KUralnrriani Kre we are wed, of her lOOopa 1,'Wptn kidneys and bladder sre out of order. Kentucky. Martinean, who easily ranks with the Biciimomi. should be injected iuto national politics 2.3h.ra 9 I pai mihtake, Ar Mer.dhn. . greatest minds of England; George Eliot, s a last lequcst to the European Powers eh? And you don't believe that nation- ForHfieruard, unless I much will 830am' HjO-Ar. New Orleans W5AT ZO 20. take! Jn hasty mood a handful she to co operate w ith ns for the establishwho added flames to the torch of truth; iSrooklyn Life. No. I carries Free Chair ear Louisville to al issues should cut any ico in local poliiheJoeCtJmibnildins, t! and xa SecOlScein of bimetallism. There is comfort in the knowledge Lexington there connectlnr "Ith fcoltd Vutl-6- u Lydia Maria Child, who coined her ments ond Street, oer W'nue ..old urucitote. e Iralncarryln; Rullman Sleepras Car to so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmers There are not as many single gold tics, eh?" is said there arc prospects for an- Jacksonville via Chauanoo;a. aljo to Ne! to enrich the world It brain and heart Well." says tho alleged Democrat, men among the Republicans as Swamp-Hoo- t, tho great kidney remed-fulfill- s Barren county ojl CHAS. HOOKER, The women living and dead who have standard n other oil boom in the Iit'ta ol irt tit if T tlA ftii by Thi3 I found out many supposeevery wish in relic ing pain in No. 3 carrier Pullman Sleeper LiuIivUle to worked for the rights w hu-l- belong to Ccittanoosra, b!jo Lexington to Jtcltsonvllle TETERINARY SURGEON, and I want harmony, and I think field. talking with them since Congres? met via Hothprln:s.AsfccvlIIe an-- Pullman Colon the back, kidneys, liver, bladder ami among the iiolneat nrnds their ses are Graduale Ontario Veterinary College. last December and had their platform the best way to biing it about is to have It is estimated that there are nearly Sleeper Lexington to New Orleans evcrj part of the urinary pas'ases. It of their race. It was said not m-DallT Except Suadar singe standard outright no discussion of principles no platforms. 123 cases of measles In Owensboro at declared for the corrects insbilily to hold nrine and ago that only those women Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. decades I hope those sentiments suit you." A.Wnriiox.P &T A., S.T Swirr.P &r A.. scalding-pai- n present. in passing it, or bad effects Lexintom K7. rights who had noth- they would surely havo been defeated. LcuisriHe. Ky Office ap stair over New York Store, corncj talked about their 'Uarey a time," says the voter. "I They are pledged by all that is honoraJ. M. LUCP.1 M. following ose. of liquor, wjne or beer, W. n Gneor.Gen Sup, 4$"Richmond VIaio and First streets. ing else to do, and that the proper place VHhinvton, D C Washlnton P. C The new Ewinglinquirer made Us first ble in their platform to an honest pro- want a man to come out flatfooted and A. and overcomes that unpleasant necessity WJl for women was at home. 1 suppose that appearance Thurtdav. It is a very cred 7. A.TCBR.G P A.. a IL TAYLOB. A.G.P Louisville. Ky. Wasnlnjftoo, D motion of bimetallism, and I think they say what hcis and where beetands every D) of being compelled to get up many times M. R. C. when Florence Nightingale went hunrealize the danger of duplicity iu the time. 1 want no dodging You hear me. itable Journal. dur'ng the night to urinate- - The mild Medicine and Surgery. dreds of miles from her home to nurse Is a Democrata local issue? Can a Demmatter. e Odice Collins Buildiutr, Main A Jlfl A A and tho extniordinarj effect of high- Briti'jh soldiers OUR CLUBBING LIST. with broken limbs not ocrat be a Democrat locally-an- d t residence (the Carr rlace) on Koot is Boon realized. It stands the A TERKIBLK HESPUNSIMIJTY. and breaking hearts, she had nothing Broadway. national! j? What makes a Democrat, jviem JLUtlftrvoitn xhkum-Jfnui- ns est for its wonderful cures of tho mest orr,Impote3c, Sloeplesne. istc. mcs4d Kentucky e!te to do. I suppose that when Madam The Republicans have a mountain of answer me?" Richmond, Magjzines, Newspapers, and Other Publics' bT Ahaia.or other xc88cs &xitl Icdly cases. If yoa need a medicine Nai crotioni.. They ratekla axuZ tartly-- distressii'K Roland left her hu&hand and child to go re?ponsibilities before tliem, ami the beg to be at Reduced Rates by the lions "Well," says tho cor.ard. "I restore Lost Vlulitr In olJor jonne.iunl you should have thq best, fc'old by drug- zi. a maa Tor taar, oostne or raim&G? to quell a furious riot which men could country expects much of them and has a excused untjl I study up." DR. O. A. KENNEDY, Climax Company. ileTent Insanity and CcnnBDtiu iti lasts, price fifty cents nnd ono dollar. Aknn ia tits is. Their dn nhcnni lnmsdiato no longer control, bhe had nothing else right to, after nil their beautiful promises. ITTTIIF! whfmt All tlier fall, la- - For a sample bottle and pamphlet, both "All ok, Cap- - Ue fcurjs you get your PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Thrr e believe that the enactment qf a taritl sennina Mux Wo Below will bo found a list ot periodicals ci npen hiiTlng Ikaaad will cure ron.Tablets a ti sent free by mail, mention the Climax, lessons commencing with the primer of Kentucky. to do. I appose that when Charlotte I clo haro cared thoasanda Richmond; etfect enro Eft wtitta Cordaj went to do that terrible deed that bill which will only add to the Ijurdens Democracy. You'ro a nothing. They which the CJJUAX-wil- l order for its subscribers escUcaceor Knaranteo tomoner- -a PricoVV RT-- in W ltiimr tho refood address to send yoni full post-ofiior alx rkcra no man dared attempt, which alone and hardships of our people will be a won't head our tickets ,this year." - nt Its Tcduced rates, the only provision being pacharo; plain wrapper, (fall trcalncntl lor SiS!. Br and tircular Dr. Kimer fc Co., IMngbainplonr apim racoiptof Office in Smith Building, No. 304 Main Street, np that the subscription to the Climax bo paid np aall.In recoil upon theirf. Tft would ghc her country rest and peace, bad blunder and REMEDY CO., Has."!? stairs. Office hours 12 to and 4 to 5 o'clock. Jf ichola vllle Democrat. Br reference to the one year in advance. propretor of this paper guarant.ee nud w Inch would bring death to herself, will be like all tariff" legislation an inprices quoted 1elow, it will be found thatrwj " TTor Bale in Slchmoad, Ky. by Hafrin Si the genuineness of this offer. A fabil-l- y she had nothing elc to do 1 suppose crease ot taxes, and there is now no DR. JOHN SL FOSTER, February rtsinfalU cari save you from five cents to one dollar on nerndozu ege every pablication named. m. jiui u. j of iU We have now a surplus "of Kentccvi that when Ida Lewis pulled her boat need Richmond, JJ.F. HilloiiineyetVthd'Fayetto nurfollowing prices include the. Climax: through the angry sea, and rescued men ?110000,00aover and above the $100,000- ,- seryman, furnishes tile following Arena s. 75 . -- .. from drowning, she had nothing else to COO re.erva fnnij, and if I had the "powtr J carefully kept observations to the ABMricanjArtJoomal, - Music- -, , 25 Telephone at office and residence. V . . 5 25 American Art Reviflr".. expend every dollar of Jiiat be-do. Well! Let ns rejoice that there. I should . 2 15 finnot send her flowers of Soring, New Eoino Sewing Machines. a 30iP. c TrltA.ti:e?k: a ru i rj iK? S tYi I sometimes think llcnxT liURScr.YJEATS.'I 5s1 P.. r-i- re n 3t?s tt-- CtTT tr When a man lias suffered for years with a weakness that blights his life and robs him of all that really make life worth livinjr, if he avail himself of a complete enre, why not possess the moral courage to stop his downward couix. We will tend you by mail, AKMJLUTK-li- Y FRKK, in plain paia:e, the rful iiJ V.i'L. " n!- -i t!-- 5 W! Jr" wrai it 'n. NESS. NIGHT OK. lllimiA.VS VITAL antee to permanently enre I.MSr SKM'-AIIUSK, leal guarJ1AX-I101I- It lasts tyice as long zz olners. Atrial vj'II cinvlatfi vert Will r.T f- rncj- - - I CHAHLE3R MILLER, bifr.ot I drains. Returns to emaciated orpins. ShXUAL WEAKVARICOCELE, STiil'S forever EMISSIONS and all unnatural former appearances ti tention. The Cheapest Prices, s$ SADDL.ERY. The Favorite Stable. P. B. lSMCK fTIiCD TO.ET SOA.S Af.TJ PZLUILRY, 1SZ.O. ESTABLISHED, Lancaster, Pcnz. No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe deception. If we could not cure, we would not send our medicine FKEEto try, and pay when satisfied. Write as this inav not appear again. Address to-da- y, Western Hedicine Company, or fi Ua h 88 MAK American Beauties 13C0RP0R1TED. Kalasizzso, 3Iicb 24-- 23 IliPllrfPP Swwii si 4jgfFC.C0S Y w S0RREG SHAPES, ARTISTIC r s. ill FREE EDUCATION. f .- Geo WHite. An education at Harvard, Yule, X or any other college or institution y of learning in the United States, A or in the Xew England Conferva- - A tory of Mnsii, can be secured by v any young man or woman vi ho is A in earnest. Wnie for iirtk-ikir'0 quickly. JA31ESD. BALL, iiromtieiu :.. Boston, .Mage. s h EFFECTS. m PILLS ! ruT ah Lengths. OnhacnBox. l at-La- Time Table No. 27, Taking day, November S, 1!9C 1ST CLASS. 2ND EAST BOUND. A. M. iv. W is. 11 ii- iui Ul k- PJ r S A' n in H n r U U til lit- SunEffect :i m CLASS. No. i. No. 3. No. 9. No. W Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex ban " VenaiUej NichoIasTilIe Valley View Million ic2S ll to it se T. r. 6 7 m. 4a 35 753 3 8 30 A. 8 IO 10 11 M. 55 12 5J KEWEST MODELS. FAHGY ard f Richmond.. Umcc ... Brassfielil 45 M. 20 s t weak ra8?Qus ia iT l u II 26 -- 11 30 13 SO X pen ? 1 IrTine.. 4U IU z 3 cA 58 10 recon-cilatio- WESTBOUND Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Panola Brass field Moberly NoTir "NoTT" T. x 1 NoTsT N0.10 T.M. 3 40 J. w, SOUTHERN RAILWAY. it. PEFFE'S f-- ll. oo IrTine. union.. Richmond Million Valley View NicholasYiIIe 6 05 6 30 34 Sy-O- PLAIN. FEATHERBOHE CORSET ! 3 W 2 i4 3 3 4 4 M. So 5 438 4 4 i7 w 5 co 5 57 5 15 5 4 op-jxi- -- ".t semi-religio- Cb 6 58 7 55 " m. 53 6 : 83 e ot SOLE MANUFACTURERS. SOLD BY A.M. r. r.u. n rr -- ., VI. D, OLDHAM & COMPANY. feblo-6r- 31-3- I. ! a m L. & M. R. K. U.DIVJSION. A. M. K AKV 111- In Effect 3Iakcii 1, 1S0G. i.v. Express for Cincinnati, Chester and Lexington G.25 mail. Cincinnati. Paris, Mays-p- - ji. viile, 111ch ester and Lexington mail. U.03 Livingston, Loudon, Jel-lic1.10 l'ineville. Fast line for Livingston, 11.43 London.Jellico Knoxville A. M. Fast line for Cincinnati mo Paris. Winchester. i a. Rowland. Lancaster am1 1.23 Stanfont. Trains between Leutsv&e ad Versailles &uy. Trains be twee a Clacinaati and Nieh4as4 daily. Railway t All trams connect with and frem LasisriHe. aad with the CN'.O.&l. P. to and from CindasatL Yon can spend five hours In Louisville, about six hours m Cincinnati or 12 hoars in Lexin;ten and return to Richnxend at 130 p. si. fans, .Mavsville, -i i. jr. You Get Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers and Middlemen by buying; direct from ihe manufacturer. y. the Profits 1.03 12 53 A. 111 319 Jf. l a. ji p. ji. 11.43 10:10 n i-- to T-L- H2fslgggyij No better wheel made than the 1 .. iS.ob2n feLPayo Ars-iranna- nOa-r- 1 tn TOi5W George Thorpe, r9 H m 7- between Second Street,of Dillingham Main and bnilding, rear Richmond, Ky. Ready to do all kinds of lilacksmithfug promptly in the best workmanlike manner. S-- 7 Eurlt in our cwn factory bv skilled workmen uanjjheibe: material and the most improve I machinery. Wo hzvs r.o cgem Sold direct from factory to tt 1 rider, fully warranted. Shipped an Avhere for examination. W31TC rrro 0 ft i iiiiiXl vC9C-23- 5 f$f v V?l-- T Acme Cycle Co., Elkhart, Ind. janm-C- m nt ny $3.75 FOR $2.00. - -- OUR PRFMIIIM OFFFR Every reader should know and understand this extraordinary offer. It means money in their pockets. i JASPER, - - Street-Telephon- SWAriF Mr Swamp-ll&AXSlttJrt- - !irproti-r?Arfj- ce - 'AJAX Y-T- he The Farmer is Interested ! The Gardner Is Interested! Tiie Housewife is Interested! The Hower Grower is Interested!' gcedBxnen, JAMES VICK'S SON'S, Rochester. have arranged with the w v.. in hrauli their celebrated seeds nd Vlck'u Illnstratcd. MonthlT MaeozlneonsTes?. wilf be given to each new yearly, subscriber of the Weekly Climax, npert receiptor on y which TZJncaxa. "We world-renown- ?5 txlngtpn Gnr.etto: i G. W. EVANS, M. D., TlIYSICIAX Richmond, .... AND ScnGEON, Kentucky. TheSljle, Ht and Wear DR. T. J. TAYLOU, Practitioner in Hcdicine atvL Surgery, Kxntccky Richmond Onico and residence on TlilrJ Street. couia nor dc ! mprovu jor Double tae Pricey ... Courier-Journgate precipitation being G.57 inches. 'Weekly ixiramerciai uazeiie weeKiy year WeeVlv Enquirer On corresponding; month last Demorest's Maeazine the rainfall, was 3.14 Inches, and the Frank Leslie's Weekly. average for ton years was, 91 inches Frank Lerlie's Moathly DetroilJFree.Prcse JTke During tlils.dccade the month in 1830 hjit-m- rorum Mnofailne 3.53 inches . gave tho largest-rainfa- ll . v irLU4l'6t t.nr..Mt fHarpsr'siazar .j al "lialn or snovfcllonl2days,aggrei ; . Breeders Gaietto Century Magazine rvimnnnlitan. . w...... ..,- -r t. ,.$3 ,3 ,., . ...i., ,3 .... . 4o 1 95 1 85 o - .s . .,- .- -. - 2 i 160 4 35 the Lamp t WHY? 5C 6c Oc CS that lights the .way to OUR OFFER IS THIS: VEGETABLES. 1 40 Seal-Weekl- r-- -- .. -I 2ESTTAL SJESESY. DR. A- - WILKES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEON, Kentpcky - HH HRiH Mwcbants, llaaWerJ, ymW' V.L. HWglii UWii Richmond, Orncm Smith buddinf, 34ao Street. Offic iourt, iiM.; i:o3iol'. M. rirPractice lnoited i dentistrv 9Jlt lawyer, l'bvuciaas J.C.Moacxx. J.A-TfA- T- JIORGAN ifcYATES, DENTISTS, Richm.hwd. . . 'Kentucky nfc ' -- 1?. " jfo, ' "SHImH wtep. iCwixocen j kek. 'PreMTikn Srotriers, Rksrirno nd Ky, aretbekedt. amlsH eeoaiaalcal W. L. Dogglag t&ey Shoe ' TvmmveJSi& BHPQhw lcaa Fr stU by k' &&!m2S. -- Dcwghs $30, $4.00 and' '$5.00 Sho are the productions of sHQad wrxkinen, frcrn the test ma terial pobi to put into srtocs sois at rases prices. saoes icr men, aaa au arm We make also $i50,.$2.00 aad SJ.75 f k boys, acd ifcs. V. L, " Douglas $30 Police Ji&oe, very sabJe See s, potcersea aao otaers aavsof mucii u'litisg to cvo.' -" - ll new stytoa to oar "flTe 4rfeon6t(UyjASlBg , iriiy AifStYKURT ue.ssiwu, so insni,n e Bra yea smhim stmfsuy aavins WLVHgiaB saees ifuu: jwk 3aai .5 iKMn ?." " i - - ia h &. alul 1853 gave tho mnullost C8 " inches. Hagailne.. 3 15 February, though a .short month, ?s Elanpincott'u f jaunccys,".asai" .i. , 5i w noted for exoesaive precipitation. iforth Asaersonn Reylew v,... --,: the decade from 1S77 to 1887 fivo. VOhlo Rjrmer'-L,-,- -, i.1..w..w, I 90 times the e precipitation scocdeiLf.SS,SSLL.' -- 1 1 .. t 3 JO 7.S0inehesrin1iS3 pyerll Inch os fell, t rt toraKiBe wi-.- . 3Sf 4 ,.- - 1 86 3 75 . 4 IS A ok i ''""'C !L. 4 35 Jt. . -- GGod Jffeaith I FLOWERS. plh Beet, Imp. Early Blood Tnrnip t Cabbage, Early mmmcr I pkt. .Vster J ,, T i vUBW-I- P v a bottle of the greatest of all blood ppifiers .4u 5 t - TlieTCCentfres-hebWasniOjj-u- t letter-earner- is-n- .- ft ..i . x, .,..- 4iiUSu v? CIp.ylu IlUKIUJUij kntn iji'po uffpj.iiMnij i'Wa ii- - ' AH m odr UMlMai itntiha. r French FisMta-l&amoi- gimni to nrreiKkOd iAULVtk TtHfc Vid KM. at ( Ca mmmwm "sJNisfc. yrJt twOr canot''riily " n..r. J,trB'(iVr.lniliieJii?. .t,- TrT,'ir" i. and lo, 4eiyed. "2Kt, . -- fear"voir 1t6 Ifeen Jllled jawLkertt ho. "'- SU?r (IUiBCliir.au rO,5MrtrT-v,5s- . . .s ii IU M15J HRDMU, JIBS- - UOU -tiPetcr aOjErrWUf TwXt&J In rmTlatrr . .. . - -" X taKjau.CH Tuk'lAAjnv jAoe .1 T .n f - l ""vf..-- - ' -"f " !""" & .ts"-e Mimmamm bwm HKen.;ai jmki Dl iwfciuiii ciruoRiHuau wf j.iv w "jc.i.nV.J ,"j;".' wr iwk,i& "" , y St. IvoakQleVe-JJefflegratllillCIl , ' ri., - -.?TrI -WkrrN. XiVrorhX.-j.-- ? .! iMuuiittumue SO IseaU-Weekl- sl -- 'lX WiC VI.Y-! -- ivjfitjitJcftnii,; - JTB .&.. Si -- W 1 7S Tfeis. led M rVIAtPT'WiTTI.E.!. J . 'fieiVand BeiSetonrC. cuieSiFV disewes by jeeKivmg' from fee. "wateai, tb conditions wbkk ptsdce tneHi. in expeis .an potsoa sra Knpuncy iroia uie Diooa. it acts apos " -- rrt. 5 tii?nstons tSarsaparlHa Cuensiber, Early "White Sfilae JLettuce, Early Curled Shnpson. MuskJtcloB, Baekeasaclc , 41 Oihob, Danrers TeHow Gl&fee.. iU Peas, Charmer,- 'Pjwsaip. Hollwr Crovra. Railiith.Trssch IrreaUast. . f "Botech, Log SteaJlBg Saajaiar. . ' Squash, Huhbani. Soud. " sitelty tYaneUble Ojster). . White Eura? ' Celery,Evergreen Corn, r Wc ,- 6c 55 c 5s Ec 10 1 ' " HacbelorEatton. Ulanthns .,, ' Petnnia Sweet Fca- Xicotiana Candytuft Balsam ... . . . . Lie lr IL, . , ,.. . f. - -- V , 15c. 5o itirt K. T3o . . Ec Wc 5a SalpiIosals. ScaWwa Flowcra.. ' TeaftaicNcCttHona'sHySrii TilfaH,,Sta?-Et!atJe4-Toji- .. ttkts. VsgeiaMeB M'PStAt6 .. . e J Vick's Illoetratcd Maat'ily Sfaazino ana year. XaKlae has beea rreaily iinuroTediur Jefisa?, SBiwtate date, on all matters pcrtalainn 5c to Towrs..itablg. Plants. Shmhi. Dfum. 5s j Xa'au &tmm. Flits la Cio hOKe,ctr. Tha la Tery vainable. Price, 'Pryeraciv .. .. ...... 11N KprtatjeTeeOudBfg 5c Tike 5c 5c pits. . aad .da 1 4UX - K.Y.Joraal,BBag.-..v..- Knwht?.w;fv,. ... 3B .jrriB Mir.SU..y.J ' r oTfiie body.ctefer, k. causes tBe heartjto beat with greater force, A lares jo take m raow oxygea and, to expel mete-car-- hooic acid; it intatcet th kU peys to.sewt off mere of tae poooos' ex ( HINE: OF IT! M& THIS! Itewweadu as ranted L umMSi.aa wtes- m ux-wai- .i.ii" " "T croas trom tne.wooa; tneinowcu to nave note regunmy jmbmiib' IttJaesS m tsetr action; we stnafegianas to tarow out mope unpnnocs. wltyoowwtUtl;iBtWaJ-atta.lmm, n p - 4i .. s.to 119 t IV t r i jKieowonu i . 'V,.-- BOawy Brwi6Jr,, at wfaflrfwfciaj, t(u t n ii ifiwpuaw - Jf " jf i fi.ni !sv J5 l Sm aMkinajai MA.W k.upSAao: 'SEtnaB. .. aM j;..jggi "Hf rg 0. K. Ai. p jHtmf wBi 1! - - JT t iMaWmmWkWVMmWJ) - 999 '1I4 '- - mMBIIhKk Wt.ammKmammMau. ?vi mPWs3m j&M&i '.i3 - ' .. Mask T"r 4&&i&wWSitmMak&3f$$W&Wmm i t&f&air '? !j o us: Ni if hi- The Richmond Climax. Climax Printing im spent in tbo advocacy of a tariff for revenue only." It was conceded that without the aid of a republican senator Mr. Grant E. Lilly is attending frutrt Kentucky it would be impossible to Circuit Court at Irvine. PUSUSHKD tVEKY WEDNR5UAY BY pass a high tariffmeasnrc, which is exMiss Pearl Gentry is risiting Miss Go. pected to be forthcoming after $ 3Iark Hallie. Dozier, near Foxtown. ThQ Hauna uses his persuasive argument up Mr. "Wood Ballard, of Lexington, on certain sound money demo- was in Richmond on Saturday. " t Proprietors and Editors. crats, as they are expected under his arCuifJioLT' Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Perry and chili rt. n. m".-- J" IVOOUA, Associate Editor. C E. gument to support it. Mr. Thompson dren spent Sunday in Jessamine. sayis that the seating of "Wood, Governor D. "White, of Manches Hos. IMUCE PKR YEAR, $1.50. Bradlej'jj appointee, will not bo passed ter, wasJohn on business yesterday. hero $1.25 upon until it is seeu whether a republi IX ADVANCE, Mr. Zack Taylor, of Lexington, was can senator can be elected from this the guest this weefc of relatives Here. state. He says all prominent republicans WEDNESDAY. MAKCU 24, 1S97. Mr. J. M. Fisher of Bourbon, was he met concede tha the promised wnvj the guest of Mrs. II. B. Hogg yesterday. of prospei ity is a lore; ways off. The United States will never have- an Club met The Musical-Literar- y export trade tospcak of while it willingly COLORED VOTERS AROUSED. last Friday evening with Mrs. Henry raw materials, deprives itself of cheap Wygant. which form the verv basis of production Restless and r;eary of waiting, the colMr. and Mrs- - K. R. Rowland had ored voters of Madison county, which for their guest this week Mr. Jerry Last Thursday Governornor Bradley number 1G70 nearly s of the Combs, of Jessamine. was fifty years ofaj-e- , bavins been born Mrs. Mary B. Clay left on Saturday Ucpublican strength of this county in Garrard county March 18, 1847. We have organized to demand recognition at for a three weeks' visit to Mrs. M. J. V. Clay, at Lexington. wish our Chief Executive lonj; life and the hands cf the party by which they jirosperity. Mr. Milo.Shanks, oi the Pantagraph, left have been sleadtly used as cat's paws this niorniug for Frankfort to bo present Bradley bad to since the war. Ths eveninat the at the electing of a Senator.) Last winter Governor call out the militia to protect the Re- coloied Baptist church, near Berea, anMrs. Matt Hacker came down publicans from the Democrats. It looks other meeting of the dissatisfied colored from Irvine Monday and will be tho now as it the militia w ill have to be leoplc will be held to formulate a policy guest of relatives several days. Miss Mariawillie Smith is spending called out to protect the ltcpublicann that will compel a division of the offices and to tleclare they will no longer sup- the week at Frankfort, the guest of from each other. port men or measures in whose choice her father, Capt J. Speed Smith. to pass a protective and formulation they have no recogni Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Woodswere tho it is nectt-MrIf guests, from Saturday until Monday, tariff in order to admiuibter the govern- tion. It were unworthy of eves an enemy of Mrs. Will Watts, at Chilesburg. ment economically, taxing us S3 that Mr. Chas. D. Miller, of Irvine, after Uncle Sam may receive o:ily $1, let us to seek to engender strife in the ranks and not of the foe, and the attempt of the Re- a visit of several days to relatives at Veep the other 54 in our this place, returned home yesterday. pay it to the importers. In other words publicans to array the Democratic facMrs M. It. Berry, who has been on ! BepuDli-canisit w ere cheaper to bu v from Uncle Saui tions against each other that a visit to her niece, Mrs. P. F. Stilmay reap the benefit thereof ling tit London, has returned home. Piottectiox to a country circumscribes warrants the sound argument in favor of Mrs. Brutus J. Clay, Jr., of Bour the field of its operation and preys on its the negro lace compelling their bon county, is spending a few days friends to prove their faith by their with her cousin, Mrs. Eli Bean own vitals. The more the Union shuts itself up by works. The time has long since arrived Evans. selfish exclusion the more must it see for the free negroes to break the 8 laekles Mrs. II. M. Rogers ami son, of Daythat it is the world's rutoui for raw of political slavery which bind them to a ton. Intl., have returned home after products to pass away to other lauds au 1 party whose willing tool they have so a visit to Miss Mary Spencer Smith at the Infirmary. that no compensation can result through long been, and on whose bended backs Miss Nannie Goodloe, of Danville, friends have ridden into office. flourishing export in manufacta mote been the guest of the family of If the negro expects perfect emancipa- has John 1). Goodloe, of Whites ures. Hon. tion let hiui treat all parties alike, and Station, for the past week. for H.s Gill Boyle secured recruitsNew-Yor- compel his old time rulers to pay in from a Miss Belle Fish returns tbo I'osl? The caustic Sun of the prit- - of their allegiance. most deligtful vistto her aunt. Mrs. B J. with venomous hatred of the World 'Ask and it shall be given." Clay, Richmond, where several entertainments were given in her honor. Jessasays: mine Journal. APPEAL TO CIT2ENS. "There has Ixjen some scattering of the Remember tho reading and recital pupil of Pulitzer's Acadamy of Ciime, Knowing the citizenship of Madison on Thursday night by Miss Elvira we notice with interest that one of and ytlnor Miller. She will be assisted its graduates has found lodgment in an county as w e do, we hardly think it by Mrs. Cecilia Eppinghauseii Baito appeal to them to observe and ley or Mrs. Kate Elliott, vocalists. alleged paer of Ixuiisviile, Ky.. called l'ost. There is no mistaking the respect the law anil the property rights the The popularity contest for a lady's black-mailand of citizens. However, the spirit of vio- gold watch at Crutcher&Co.'s, which brand of the fini-lilence and destruction, and a ilisregard ereateel so much interest in Nicho-Iasvill- e, practitioner of the oliscene." for law and the property rights of citizens ended last Saturday week. "J. AtxxASncu Chii.es, 1.1. B.. an are being manifested so close to tis by The count resulted: Miss DotEmbry 1)56; MissSnllie Fish 803, and Miss earnest, honest and truthful lawyer" persons iu other counties that we fel it Edna Bronaugh 819. The firm very That is tiie caption of an aiticle iu the proper to appeal to ourcoiintymen to re- generously gave silver watches to Standard, the official organ of the col train from aud condemn the practice of the last named young ladies. eveiywheie. We On last Saturday Mrs. Sallio Rusoreil race in Kentucky, and refers to a destroying appeal to our citizens to have patience sell, was called by telephone to the colored lawyer of lx'xmgton. bedside of her daughter. Miss Dora Are we to infer that lawycis are and await the action of thoc i'l au- Russell, who was dangerously ill at f the home of her sister, Mrs. and untiuihful thority and if it really be the 'e-ir-e dishonest usually J. To vis or that colored attorneys as a rule do not the majority of our county me- - , in a si ot Wilkerson, at Lexington. Mrs. Rusmorsell was accompanied by Mr. I). R. time all the gate's will lie pciud jMssesi those lofty principles of The people voted l.i- -t fall authorizing Tevisand Miss Sallio Taylor. Miss which maternal beality and rectitude Russell is reported some better. nevolence often endeavored to instill the County Court to juvept by doni'ion Ah ha! The Horrodsburg Demointo their compunctions? or words to or purchase any of the luiuptk.es of the crat says: Hon. Harvey Helm, of A commission has been offere-- d counlv. tbat effect. Stanford, was here Sunday, the atby the Fiscal Court to estimate the pur- traction being one of our handsomest Mrs A. LTnderwood hns Tun bide and leather manufacturers in chasable value of the roads. All has ladies Chicago made a combine and agreed to been done, up to this time, that could be moved to Cumberland Gap in order to be with her husband and her lengthen the day from eight to ten hours done. When the probable costs of the mother, Mrs. R. E. Mitchel, of Richto twenty toads is teporled to the Fiscal Court the mond, will take charge of her house and to cut the wages from ten per cent. The first firm to carry the people will, as directed by law, haean in Darsttown. Stanford Journal. agreement into ellect was Eisemlrach fc opportunity to say whether or not the Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith expects her Co. Not likinc this "prosperity" the county shall purchase aud own the road. sister, Mrs. Elvira Sydnor Miller, accompani M by Mrs. Ceeilia Information comes to us fiom Mercer men struck. The manufacturer then Bailey, the noted "vocalist. On all locked their hands out, throwing county that on Sunday night last a man Thursday night they will give readIt i un- by the name of Adkius was killed b ings, at the court house. The com2D00 men ont of employment. lockout ia to continue til! toll-garaiders and leveral toll Iioufcs ing of Miss Miller, who is the Tattler derstood this of the Louisville tba--e joor men thrown out of employburned. This one life was worth more out a large crowdTimes, should call at the entertainment get thoe who struck to go back to than all of the toll roads iu Metcer county ment. As for us and ours we will to those that loved him and looked to be there. their employers' terms. him for suppoit, comfort and protection. The society editor, in describing JoiinS. Riika contributes to the The one that tired that fatal shot ib a the belle of the Thanksgiving ball, Congressional Directory an exceed- mined man, even though his identity concluded, saying: "And herdainty ingly unique paragraph. After sta- may be hidden by the daikness that sur- feet were encased in shoes that resembled fairy boots." But he was ting; that he was born in Russllvil!e, rounded the tragic act. horror-stricke- n the next moiningon in the law at Ky.,in 183.1, edue-atcM-l Fellow citizens, condemn these unlaw- glancing down the column of his Washington and Lee University, ful acts; protect the fair name of Madison paper to see that his blundering printer had set it up in this manner: praticed his profession. Prosecuting county, and shortly all will be well. "And her dirty feet were encased in -d two-thirdy joi-ketm ed ad-vat- ue to-dncc-e'sa- ry wi er toll-gatto-tla- y, te PERSONAL.. Nervous Dyspepsia People often wonder why their nerves are bo weak; whythey get ttred bo easily; why they start at every slight but sudden sound; why they do not sleep naturally; why they have lrequent headaches, indigestion and nervous The explanation is simple. It is found in that impure blood which is continually feeding the nerves upon refuse instead of the elements of strength and vigor. In such condition opiate and nerve compounds simply deaden and do not cure. Hood's SarsapariUa feeds the nerves pure, rich, red blood; gives natural sleep, perfect jdjgestion, is the true remedy for all nervous troubles. Hood's SarsaparUla Is the One True Wood I'uflfler. $1 per bottle, rreparctl only by C I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. flood S flllS cure Liver Illy; easy to take, easy to operate. ?Sc been c nHned to his room with lasirippe. His many friends hope to ecu him out soon. Nathan Fain, of Fainville, has rented his farm to Dr. I II Wilson and he will m ive his stock of goods to Madison c mnty. Miss Loulie Finney, of Shelbyville) who has been conductinga winter school at Hays Fork, closed last week and" returned to her home. Capt. J. IL Ameiinc, who is taking a Danville corresponding e"onrse with College, of -- Danville, New Yoik, will close his course April 1st. James W. Tark, one of Estill county's noted Democrats, has been spoken offer School Superintendent against W. S. Wirt, Republican,, lie will make a strong race. It is reporteil that Alex Uuderwooc who ran against W. S. Winkler for the Republican nomh.ation for Coroner of Estill county and w..s defeated, will now make the race against Tom Winkler on the Democratic ticket this fall, but some older Democrat may want to make the raceif soUnelerwood is young enough Democrat to wait lor another time. State ok Ohio, City of j,ou:io, Ll'CAS (.OfXTY, 'J Strayed. Fu.iMt JCAEXEYtu.ik(B oath that he is the senior partner of tie firm of F. J. Cjikney & Co., doing business in the City oi Toledo. County anil State aforesaid, and thatsaid firm ivjll pay the sum of ONE HUXDRhl) DOhLA RS for each and cae of Catakuii that cannot be cured by the.iue of II all's CArAKKH Cuke. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to befure meand suliferibed in my presence, this Gth.dur of December, This day P'ytte Vaughn camo before me and made oath as required by law and had posted, four hogs, guilts, the value of $10. Three of saitl hogs- black and white spotted and one red. Given under my hand this February G, 1897. II. S. Coyj.k, J. P. M. C. inchS 4v- - illiMiIfM , CARPETS, TT . Scott &Frazee, p DRAPEWES. FURNITURE, WALLPAPERS. A.D. !80. . PUBLIC SALI on We Show A.W. GIJ5ASON &EAL( ' Notauy r. ' I will sell at public sale to the highest bidder, Hall's Catarrh Cure is laken internally SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1897, and ails directlv on the blood ami mu- At 10 o'clock, a. m., promptly, three miles from cous surfaces of the system. Send for RirhmnnH nn thn Richmond and Lexington turnpike, the following: Fobtv Acbes of Cows. Terms made Known fila m feS New Carpetintrs, iggl J., v.. . The Largest Assortment of "House Furnishings" Sbili of River. th- - testimonials, free. good land. There is a spring on mis iana inai same time I will sell a F. .1. CHENEY !: Co. Toledo, O. never goes dry. At the number of Horse Stock, Mares, Colts. Ac. AliO some Aldcmey Heifers and two Milch 25So!d by DrusgistM, 75c. on aay BED WETTING CURED OR NO PAY. Mas. B. M. ROIVAN, Milwaukee, Wis. oi saie. B. IU NEALE. N. B Also two acres of good landrwith nice shop thereon dwelling house and black-smitB. II. N. adjoining the above tract. mchlO-'w ..... .3, New Eurniturc, 1 New Linoleums, New Wall Paper Now Draper it For the Spring Season, IS97, feN SR-3- mch3-l- y Returned From The West. Prof. J. D. Clark is back from n six Rev. Ambrose preached here yestcr-daweeks trip to California. It will be recalled that when lie left here he e was undecided whether ho would Speed Ilendrix killed a visit Atlanta or go direct to the PaThursday. cific slope. However, he chose the D. F. Sharp returned from Hot Springs o Iatt?r and set out on his last week minus some rheumatic paiup. journey to Los Angeles, near which, Bro. Poage. of Kirksvilh:, will pi each Mr. J. at Covina, his brother-in-laat Speedwell church Saturday night and r. Utter, resides. Sunelay at 11 o'clock. The first exclamation of Prof. Uiicle Tom Elliott fell and bruised Clark was: "You have seen pictures, read poetry, unel heard tell of himself considerably, but will soon be the glorious climate of 'Californny, out again. He is iu his 81th year. but, said he, tho tongue is palsied, D. F. Sharp brought on so many man's credulity overtaxed, the painthat Tom Mize has engage a few tongue ter paralyzed, and the orator's to feed his cow on duriKg the Easter cold cleaves to tho roof of his mouth whenever a visitor tries to tell the snap. stories of his travels in the land of Mrs. Broaddus mother of J. B. and the setting sun! Now then. Prof. Clark went, saw, Pleasant Broaddus, died Sunday night capitulated, and is all gesticulation from the effects of a fall received seeml and unintelligble jargon when he weeksago. She was iu theSoth year of goes to describe the wonders of the golden State. In may be inferred her age and a good woman. from tho above that the Professor is rather in need of a dose of his own Awarded medicine, Fitts Cure for inehriety-bu- t he was never more sober in his life. Highest Honors World's Fair, He finally settled down sittllciently to give us the following items: Met Col. Bolion, brother of Messrs. H. C. and George Bohon.of Harrods-burKy. He is manager ofthe Westminster, the swell hotel of Los y. 1'AKOLA. f fir jSSi xi five-fo- black-snak- IhT ia .- ANDY CATHARTIC f . 1 s , 3.000-mil- CURECGHSTIPATIOH M. w, 'itfTiillSffgff1 DRUGGISTS j J 25 50 Laxa-HRQnTTTTPI ! flDOUbU 1 lb V PnXDM'PUPn to cure anr cane of ecnsllratlon. (Vcarfts are tlie 1 U UftlUUl 1 bhU tier. nrrr rrin or rrine.lmt raue nir natural malts. Sam- t TpWndbootletrrt. Ail. STEIII.OH UEJlMil en., tniraro. nonirMi.tan..ornriT im. miisrarwTW&GSM&rwixisTftzizmBr' l I till -- arSLr- ..a all . Ul Shades, Pillows and Mattresses mad "Wood . Mantels and Baby Carriages a ... .. ;.. A t., J r N T straw-hat- s lly tion to our line of p&q) PSU) Last week we merely called your atten- - Stvv VVJS 3iK3- Invite Inspection. Lowest Prices Guaranted. VTo rt - HEW SFEIK MESS GOODS! s3 1 Brower, T Scott & Frazoe- - A Corner Main and Broadway, Lexingiee, Kv. DR; g, An-rel- es A m Attorney, presidental elector in 1SS1 and 1SSS, he concluded as follows: Was a delegate from the Third Congressional district to the National Democratic Convention in 1SS4 and with Hon. Henry Watterson, a delegate who was then of the same mind and faith, voted against the nomination of Ci rover Cleveland; e was a delegate from the to the National Democratic Convention of lSOG, and put the name of Senator J. C. S. Blackburn in nomination for President. Mr. "Wiitter-wwas not a delegate to this State-at-largm ." Dexcsciatiox of Bryan and Bryanism will not cause the tax payers to forget the scandal in connection with the Government purchase of armor plate, the closing of factories to compel men to lower waes after promising higher pay, or the counties frauds perpetrated to deceive, coerce and bulldoze voters into line for sound money and protection The asylum scandals and other mismanagement iu our own State will insure Kentucky to the Democrats of the next The bill suggested by W. J. election Bryan, prepared by Henry D- - Hotchkiss and to be introduced into the New York Legislature forbidding corporations to contribute to the funds of political parties or of politicians, seems likely, of passed, to become an effective weapon against the notorom corruption which now too often defeats the popular bill. After enumerating with apparent comprehensiveness all the forms such can take, the bill provides a penalty of a fine not less than $1,000 and no more than $10,000, and forfeiture of charter if the defe.idaut be a New York corporation, or if a foreign corporation, withdrawal of its right to do businesi in ac-e-e- pt welfare. Had a kind reception at the church PERFECT MADE. at San Diego, Cah. of which Prof. B. A pureMOST Cream Grape of Tartar Powder. Fret C Hagirman, formerly of this city, was pastor. The affectionate mem- from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, ory in which these people still hold 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. that truly good man is beautiful to contemplate. Rev. Hagerman ia now. President of Bethany College, W. Va., where he graduated and taught for sixteen years. Covina is the little district which UIUII supplied the oranges used tit the Inaugural dinner on March 4. and is noted for the superiority of its fruit .trial.) Here Prof. Clark met Mr. 15. L. Hudson, formerly of MtSterling, Ky., general agent of the Southern Pacific Railway. He has shipped over his road from Covina alone 01 car loads of those luscious oranges. For the most distinguished courtesies at his hands, Prof. Clark is deeply grateful to this excellent Kentucky gentleman. Mr. Kupcr Hood, of this city, lias a brother, Mr. George Hood, known here, who is in the railroad business at San Francisco. His line, tho great Southern Pacific, is planning to construct a road from Los Angeles to BAUON BELL is a bay stallion, 15, hands Chicago which will shorten by 00 high, foaled in 1831. Sired by Baron Wilkes hours the time between thoc place. 2:18: 1st dam Crescent 2:25, by Belmont; In that event it will bo possible to 2nd dam by Norman, sire of Lulu 2:15, aud sire run down to see Miss Carrie Porter, at of the dam of twenty-on- e 2:30 performers inColton, California, and get back to cluding Nerval 2:11'., . Better breeding can not be found in the Stnd Richmond inside of one week! Met scores of Kentuckians, and, in Book. His sire, Baron Wilkes 2:18. is concedtho launguage of Mr. Utter, "it is not ed by the trotting horse world to be the best THE GETTING TOGETHER OF DEMOCRATS. shoes that resemblctl necessary to belong to a lodge to stallion living, having been sold recently for gentleman spoken of below by the draw those fellows together in tho $25,000, the largest price paid for any horse The Jessamine Journal is well known in West." All Kentuckians are proud since boom times, and his dam was Crescent, Louisville Post, March 12. Madison where he has numeious rela- of their state and when at all worthy with a race record of 2:25S, to high wheel TlMt Judge Lindsay should confer tives: "After a two months' stay on the of her, tho name Kentucky is a pass- sulky, by Belmont, sire of Nutwood 2:18f, with his in order to Isthmus of Tehauntapec in Southern port. Earlmont 2:09Vi, and a host of other fast perProf. Clark is going "to live formers. reach au understanding: on matters Alexico, Mr. J. B. Einbry returned home Friday. The purpose of his visit was to and rest easy until things open up BABON BELL has had Tery little training, on which they are agreed is a, mat- look after the large ranch San Miguel again." aud should easily trot in 2:25 this year. ter for congratulation, and it shows owned by himself and two brutheis, So mote it be. Will stand at $20.00 to Insure a mare with how the spirit of harmony is making Messrs. Ta'ton and Henry Embry. Tliey foal. began picparations toward planting an itself felt in all quarters. CORRESPONDENCE. orange grove of 10,0u0 trees. The land r Add to this the interview with Mr. if being cleared up for other productions McCreary, published on front page also, among which are tobacco and InKIArGS STATION. of Climax and anyono may dian corn "Mr. Embry is very much Estill County. encouraged with his prospects in Mexisee the drift of affairs in the Demo- co. He brought I ome many souvenirs MissTauuie Lane, of Irvine, is visiting cratic party. of the trip among which was a $2o0 opal Mrs. C. F. Grinstead this week. to his wife. His many friends It is time for Democrats to put breast-piMike Smith and wife, of Owen county, W. T. Duerson, of Kirksville, has two yonng aside their disagreements and get to- here gladly welcome him home and will service. and Shorthorn bulls for him on the gether in defense of what rights re- congratulate in Mexico. success of his are visiting George Johnson ou Railroad They are good color sale, well ready formch24-t- f bred. and investments street this week. main to the people. Met Rev. P. B. Hall nt Santa Anna, Cah, where lie is pastor of the Cnrist-ia- n Church. He was formerly pastor of that denomination in this city, ami is well remembered, pre is- in perfect health ii'id doingagood work. Ho is paying devoted respects to a very rich and charming widow, and we are sure his Richmond friends join in wishing him all kinds of success in his temporal and spiritual - mm m CREAM These beautiful sunshiny days tho Ladies fall in line and march to tho City Store to inspect the varied btock of Novelties. It useless to tell the Latlics that checks, large and small, are all the rae. Every one can have a check suit, or at least a check suit, or at least a chpck skirt, as the material ranges in price from 39c a yard to $0 a suit. The popularity of the Scotch story, "The l!onnie Briar Bush," has given us these beautiful Scotcli Fluids and Checks, and "Drumlochty" Flaid is the newest and prettiest, but there are Coverts, Etamtnes and Tinsel Cloths among the Novelttes. antl an increasing demand for solid colors, so tho female population neeel not be dressed in uniform. Black Goods receive our closest attention; newest weaves, best blacks. A beautiftilVool Grenadine at W)c per yard. Ktamino Cloth in Black and Navy will make a dress that will not muss or or catch the dirt." "Vo turn from this department to the n h4 gTgtSgrrg3.-i- : ra: 7 'ixiiy'i Ti PLOWING. fx5v t ia-- : WA H are yv-i-?1 Dimities at 10c, 15c and 20c per yard. Among the newest Wash Scotch Goods colors and fancy: handsome Grass Linens with Satin stripes; Linen Lawns, Ac., making as full and complete a line of Dress Gcxxts as ever shown by this house. Bear in mind we have the Trimmings to suit every one of them, and Laces, Embroideries and Ribbons. VJWl;i-- 0 Lappetts in solid milr. my g 5 Rsrnn Bel l!uui (Two-year-o- present and futun: wants. This is the period on such staples when coat and value are not so closely considered as usual, and far seeing shoppers know it and take advantage of it. The goods we carry are standard, best brands. New Spring Hosiery and Underwear. COTTONS AND SHEETINGS. it0Jy.n,hS,"sXeri We have the best plows tho ries produce. If you expect to do a; plowing the coming spring, and a not already supplied with plow.--.. cannot afford to buy before giving a call. r- - Everything kept in a v:i !:. i"j,ii"B'rs""jj''T.z'"rff kvftglS lzzj White &... Gibson, mmiimi 2 H M 1 equipped hardware house is found our stock. --- 5- Bentir, ..,- tj ..... RICHMOND, KEN'IL'CKY. tq ferry-boats- ." fellow-Senato- rs mch2t-10y- B. H. NEALE new stock, the largest and best in .Richmond and .We open in our new house, next door to the Farm er's Nation al Bank, for.r.i occupied by Klein & Son, having sold out all our stock at auction, we open villi . .y a to-d- ay BULLS i SALE. List of Letters. n m ' V this State. There are many persons who think with Mr. Hotchkiss, who, though he did not vote for Bryau, "confesses to a. belief that the glorious victory' was due iu large measure to the influence of million of dollars contributed by corporations to Mr Mckinley's campaign." The follow Har-rodsbuic J -- A ly be pastei except through the treachery Tiir.all rftpHJiS hear MlR.4 "Elvira .and aid of sound money demowhose sincerity' can be uieaeured Syelnqr'Miller, at the Court House, would .msio-H- e crats, him, by the fact that their, lives have be Tlrtrdjig nigiit. rg iug interview of the Democrat with the late Derue-cratcandidate for Congress iu thit district is interesting reading: Hon. Jno. B. Thompson returned from "Washington yesterday. He says then-wa- s a sinall crowd at the inauguration, and they all looked depressed and deject-e- l no joy or brightness and lack f b toyaucy, and the parade down Pem slvuma avenue had the appearance of a luucral procession. Every fellow looked as if lie had pawned his olel clothes to get there, with the hope and expectation old-timof getting an office aud left disappointed iu advance. They were" a cheap lot, hunting out cheap lodging and eating houses, many of them patronizing the 8 .udwich stands. Their disappointment was caused by declarations of the new On "firrtpapof today's Climax administration that no pie would be dis- i i puhlisiHHl the views of Hon. Jas. tributed until after the passage ot the tar- 1$. McCreary on thasubjectof Demoiff bill. Such a bill, be savs. "can hard- cratic- harmony. ox-pe- ct little that 1 could to eliminate the financial question from the fight, believing that it was not involved and fearing the defeat that followed its introduction. Of course, it could not be eliminated from the national election last fall, for it is properly a national issue. But with.that election behind us, it seems to mo the height of unwisdom to go on gnawing sit the bone of contention while our friends, the enemy, run away with the control of many of our counties and the states as well. Why should any Democrat do anything to bring about such a result? If it be true then that before this question can again become a living one the conditions will have settled it in the minds of the people, Avhat folly it is for Democrats to persevere in dissensions that can only redound to tbo benefit of the Repnblican party? Wliynotpul this question, on which wo diffci , behind us, for the time at least, and striking hands with our e associates, present a solid front to our political foes with whom wo are at war on all questions? If we fail in this, how can our party a healthy growth? Thomas Boain and Willie Gum, of lOR THE OOOI) OK TIIK COUXTUY. this place, left yesterday for Illinois to Stanford Journal. Biogkhstaff-BaumThis is spend the rest of the winter. Chairman Johnson, of the Demo- from the Winchestc.r Democrat: The many frienils of Mrs Bross Cock-re- ll "A pretty wedding was that Wedcratic State Central Committee, says will be glad to learn that she is imafternoon iu the the doors will be left wide open for nesday of Mrs. J. N. Keale. handsome proving very fast after her long illness. parlors oil North those who want Democratic success Main street. Tlieconti acting parties Lynnm Riddle, of this place, is visiting to join with us. This is therightspirit. were Robert Biggerstaif, of Richhis sister. Mrs. William Hendrix, at There should be no questions asked, mond, and Miss Macie Baum, of the oilleiating minister be- Crookville, Madison couuty, this week. no charges made, but an earnest ing Eld. H. D. Clark, pastor of the Artis Jobe, of this place, left for Panola made effort from all sides to get to- Christian church of Mt. Sterling. gether, not for the offices, but for the It was not an elopement for the par- Saturday. We guess there is some girl good of the country, which will soon ents of the bride were not opposed to there who can tell the reason of Art gothe hostess is a ing so often. need the saving grace of the Demo- the marriage, but as bride, near friend of the the marcratic party. Circuit Court began this week with riage was celebrated here. The groom is a member of a prominent fur- Judge Red .vine on the bench and Com AV. C. OWENS ON HAKMONY niture and undertaking establish- monwealth's Attorney A. II. Howard to Richmond a very Tho war between the white and ment at young man.and is bride is prosecute all of those who have violated popular The yellow metals has no legitimate tho only daughter of Mayor Adam the law. A light docket this time, there place in our local contest. In our Baum, of Mt. Sterling, and is a young being only two murder eases and one for last Gubernatorial race I did the lady of rare grace of mind and person. manslaughter. MARRIED. . v Mt.-Sterli- Coihran Telitha Estill Salie Ellison Mary Goodman Marca Hawkins Millio Hollcy Massie Hockcdy French Huphes E P Jackson A L Jett T P Jones Daicl Jones James Johnson Joseph King S W King Ellen Kunti Phil Maun George Martin C C Miller Sallio Ate aider Mary CriH Ballard Bose lira Clark A J John Miller. lame McWhorten Dora Park James colj . Richard Rice R W Robertson Polly Shcpard Ann Shearer Ed Smith L II Scrivuer Bisan coll Sturde Klty P.-ic-e Marj-Rober- ts Mill R C ', 3- - li JLx1 Ixo L. Turner Eva Walker Mattie Mrs (2) Waller David Mrs Webster T M, Weathers Jack White Edna , White Francis Yates Charlie - Tillet H We want- your; custom and we will give you the best bargains ever offered before in the county - J B. WILLI?,- Postmaster. Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party left in a hack for Richmond where they will reside. Those present from a distance, were Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Todd and Dr. Hooker, of Richmond, Mtss Sallie Anderson, Mr. "Win. C. Mooie and Rev. H. D. Clark, of Mt. Sterling." It is a privilege for the Cllmax to add a lew words concerning the gruoin, since tho fair bride comes among us with tho highest commendations from her homo, where she is so well known. Mr. Biggerstaif has ail his life been a model young man, and, like his honored father, has never lacked for friends. Ho is a straight forward husines man and has the best wishes of the entire community in .his matrimonial venture. Wheiearoall of those men who have been called of God to proclaim tho gosWe have two nice pel of Christ? churches, one Baptist and one Christian, and neither has a pastor or and the children are being brought up iu vice and ungodliness. Will not some of those who nlwavs want to make up money to send to the heathens please lemember that there is a scope of country here that needs some uood The undersigned has three separate small preachers to come and dwell amoni: us farms which he offers at private Rale separately and lead us tothe realms of elernal bliss? or together. All three arc situated at Sunday-school TWO FARMS liliw I 'JKlI? Calicoes, - Cottons, - - u Ginghams, "' Dress Goods, 3cts, a yd. 4cts. a yd. 4cts. a yd, 8cts. a yd. Carpets, - - 9cts. a yd. Floor .Oilcloth, IScts.a yd. --Lace Curtains, 38cts. a pr. SALE " Men's Suits at S250, Boy's Suits at 50c. - . Boy's Knee' Suits at 58c. Men's Shoes at 75c. Ladies' Shoes at 75c. -- worth $().H worth i.0: worth .";() worth 1.25 -- worth 1.50 . WIXSTQ2T. fEStlll County S. K. Friend, who was not expected (o recover, is out. Mrs. Martha Richardson is able to be out after several weeks illness. The Witt and Hill murder rases will y. in the Estill Circuit be called WHITE'S - STATION; .' " . "V-- ; BIRTHS. Gkigos. To the wife of Clinton Griggs, at Rulhton. a daughter. on tho waters of Silver Creek. They contain respectively E3 and 1C5 acres, and are well watered and well improved farms- - There is no better land in Madison county. most o tit being ,'' 1 DEATHS. near Kirkaville on Sunday lemovesa ft; miliar figure from the county and a highly Tespected citizen. HeAas over 70 years of age and had been sufTering burial occurred yes.terday in the family cemetery with MasonicJ honors. Deceased was a prominent Mason, an ex- Magistrate and a good citizen. Ho leaves a large family. Mr. T. C. Curry is announced for Assessor, subject to the action of the John Democratic party. Helens-mo- f Detncf rat Gurry- - IjimselfTa true-blu- e honest and capable, and the party -- EICH BOTTOM IiAND- .It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., all within a mils of White's Station Tost Office, ten miles from .Richmond. TERMS Sale will bo made balance- one-thi- rd Court. Miss Gertrude Troop, of Irvine, is visiting her little friend, Miss Bessie Witt, this week. S. J. Rogers, who has been" sick for some time is able to be -- t hispost of duty on the R. Is I. & B. Joseph Nojand and little daughter, of Union City, visited his brother John Noland, Saturday and Suudajv It seenia from tho numerous trjps that some Station Camp.bovs are makuig.thnt-weddingmay be expected eopn. c Severalijcwbikes will be ordered for a. EvEstilhboyft atf t jhe-riexTew-wetk- Tuk.kr. The dea'h pf Squire Turner to suit purchaser. -- For. cash, particulars,, at your own prices Table Linens at 15cts. a yd., and e you neeijl in Motions and Furnishing Goods cheaper than ever offered before. We want youii trade and we will save you money. Don't forget our place. Overcoats! and Capes cry-thin- g address febJ-l- f " Geo. D. White White's Station. Ky. s All Druggist refund tbo money if it fails to Cure. White, Druggist, Blch- c. Kor Bale' inch3-6r- a ruond, Ky. T0.CURE A COLO IN ONriDAY. TaVg Tjixativo Bromo Quinine Tablets. NEW YORK STOR v '"-- Jkj: ft - .,. Protect yoar tdetr-thg- r trtirB wealth. inwfake 'in supporting erybodyjjfereikocto ridewheelfij ficwa. WuMBt-trfa- . D. C for tkeir HN vrM w JetmXiOMfielu,, our shoe'jnaker.'lifts ..a4 MM of IwHuUttt lavaMtoa wHV T. rt .J-' it' . ,U- . -- Wanted-f- tn Idea Who eantstoSr w ot sotste sim ola tUsgtoitMrt TG A-- , Up Town, Klein . tr-- - r .&Son'&-Olc:r!' -- : L Stands-Co- me Everybody. Mrr iw .1 -- .' "X -- - '" iU-- J ' - w ir c a' 'a r ''fe -i - "t!J 1r V rventut; . -- i Dancers of ihs Grip. The greatest danger from La Grippe w of its resulting in pneumonia. If reasonas. luiice the Mrs. Salllrt n,,Ccii fi,i -- :... 0.'Uas WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1S97. leaco on me I'opiuibt ticket. Tins is able cure is used however, and is past 03 years of age. false. I ran as a Democrat, was elected Cure all liver Ills, bilious- - ia- Cough Remedy taken, all danp as a Democrat, and served as m Democrat. nestr hu.id.iche, sour stem- r May Buy the Three Forks Road. acli, indigestion, constipa- 5 ger will be avoided. Among the tens of Mr. J. B. Walker has resigned as JksscCoiib. They act with- A party, of railroad men passed over ' We, the undersigned citizens of Estill tkin.pain or gripe. eally, by ll druftKijU. 25 cents. thousands who have used this remedy postmaster at Kirksvillf. oat Bold cuuutyi certify that the above statement The only Pillt to take with hood's Sanaparill. for la grippe, we have yet to learn of a the It. N. I. B. railroad" last Wedijw Fiilicr square piano day A second-han- d single case having resulted in pneumonia, on au iuspeclion tour, with a iew, it Is true. L. C. Wniox, For Sale or Exchange, ami organ lor sale cheap. Apply at this is which chows conclusively that thi3 remsaid of purchasing the road. Ch'in. "Democratic Countv Com. office. House and lot. House of five rooms and edy is a certain preventive of that dread U. G. Witt. OH For Frankfort. hall, two porches, pantry anil four clos Justice of tho Peace. Read the advertiteraent of the Madiets. Lot 90x290 feet- - Will exchange disease. Xl will effect a permanent cure Jas F. McKinxey, J. P., Garrard county's gallant Sheriff, son Monumental works in this issue ol for small farm. For particulars address in less time than any other treatment. Hugh Uwdkll, Itobinson, and his handsome deputy The 23 and 50 cent sizes for Eale by W. -A. J". Mexxiek, the Climax. W.T.B. Williams, Sr., Corbin, Ky. marl? 3w LaW6on, a good picture of Watt Harmar3 lin G. White. W. W. Park, Mr. Sam Iliole, of Independence, Mo , din, passed hero yesterday Judge. with four "The Eminence Fai- Companv names i a new subscriber to negro men bound for the pen, one of Some Iambs have been sold at $3 25 a By all means hear Mibs Elvira Saturday, July 3, for the annual picnic head. the Cumax. whom, George Dunn, goes up for life, Sydno'r Miller, at tho Court House, at the Fair Grounds. An enthusiastic Christian En- this being his third confinement in Thursday night. Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Tour Life Away. RhoTAaatism Quickly Cured. If yon waut to quit tobacco using- easily deavor rally was held at Kirksville the State prison. Dr. Pries Goes to Winchester. After having been confined to the and forever, beuiado well, strontr, magnetic, Sunday night. Rccehcc! a Stray Bullet in the Ankle. take full Dr. Price, the noted psychologist, house for eleven days and paying out tho of new life and vigor, makes weak men that doctor benefit, Mr. Miss Ida Proctor, of "Wildie, In a quarrel over a game of cards at organized a class of 12 ladies and S $25. in Dolsou bills without Marie, Mich., strung. Many pain ten pounds In ten days. of Saul fate. or your Over 100,000 cured. Buy came to the Infirmary on Monday Valley View Saturday afternoon Simon .gentlemen in this city, among them Frank heuig members oi our llrst families was cured bj one bottle of Chainbrlain's ilrucgist, under juarautee to cine, 50o or Higgius and William Bowman emptied and leading professions. for treatment. iind sample mallcil free. Ad. All are Pain Balm costing 25 cents nnd has not $l.CO. Itookli't 'jUoCbicaeo or New York. with been complaint. Sterling llca. already Ilyall means hoar Miss Elvira their pistols at each other. Neither were enthusiasticT and they tho truth tes- sincesale by troubledWhito. that mar3 lm W. G. tify enthusiastically to of For Marv Unlucky sports lost money on Sydnoc Miller, at the Court House, hurt, but John Collins, a Jackson county all the Doctor claims. Our neighlogman, received a stray bullet in the Ever' tenth man in tb.13 part of the Crlc'f. bors at Winchester are cordially and Thursday night. ankle. The parties were arrested Mon- earnestly invited to give Dr. Prico country is a cadidate for some governBcvcr Dam, O., Aug. 27th, 1S95. Largo rewards have been offered day and placed in jail in default oi bail. their unqualified support. He will ment position. Owen News .My daughter, after being treated by do everything he says'. Tho only rein Garrard county for the arrest and Estill Circuit Court. f ur diCtorsrand being given up for lost, gret we have is that he is forced to conviction of toll gate raiders. Tetter, and Eczema. The March term of Estill circuit encounter opposition so strong in The intense itching nnd smarting inci ' a neighbor recommended Foley's Kidney Mr. Schafhauson will have on court convened at Irvine Monday intellectual circles that lie has to dent to these diseases is instantly allayed Cure. y she is able to walk several exhibition next Aveok a sample of with a light civil docket. There are wait forofresults. Once ho catches by applying Chamberlain '3 jye and) miles without fatigue. I feel we would the public ho vindicates Skin Ointment, ilany very had cases the ear McKinley's inauguration suit. thiee murder cases on docket, two of his claims and wins friends and sup- have been permanently cured by it. It have lost her if it was not for your mediBespectfully, John Wagers and "son" Mat Co- which are continued cases. Kelson porters witli ease. Success to him. is equally efficient for itching piles and cine. Mrs. J. M. Bailey. a favorito remedy for sore nipples; hen shipped 2 car loads of hogs and Embry charged with murdering Sons of Confederates to Organue. chapped hand3, chilblains, frost bites 1 car of heifers mar3 lm to Cincinnati last Henry Osborn with a club "near IrThe Sons of Confederate Veterans sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. vine, will be indicted and tried this will meet next Saturday afternoon and chronic week. The high waters have done more damat 2 o'clock to organize a camp. term of court. Dr. Catly's Condition Ponders, are age in Kentucky thaii was at first Mr. J. A. Sullivan authorizes the They aro to become the successors just what a horse needs when in bad thought. Via. R. ft. I. & B. Special Rates dentai of a report that C. J. AVinklcr, to take up the veteran ( work, where condition. Tonic, blood' purifier and of this city, has sued the Adam They are not food but Grand Opora at Cincinnati March their fathers leave off, and constitute vermifugo. BEST OP themselves, as they are, the legiti- medicine and the best in uso to put a To cleanse the 6Stem ALL gentle and Company for $50,009. in a 29th, to April 3rd, one fare for round mate guardians and protectors of the horse in prime condition. Price 25 trnly beneficial manner, when the trip. history and glories of the South. 3ents per package. Thos. Toners, of the Whites Station Springtime comes, use the true and perState Convention Peoples party at This gathering together of the sons, neighborhood, sold to Ids brother, Will perpetuation of the the There are now only three prisoners in fect remedy, Syrup of Figs. One bottle Louisville April 7th, one and one of their fathers, .story of weredeeds uiiii, one hundred shoato, avemin perwhich the Bardstow n jail. will answer for all the family and costs about CO pounds, at 3 cents per hundred. third fare for round trip. formed in one of the most memoraonly 50 cents; the large size $1. Buy the Meeting Grand Lodge Knignts of ble struggles in history this action "That Tired recline" The funeral of Hon. Geo. Denny, Honor at Louisville April 13 genuine. Manufactured by the Califorwill send a thrill of gratification and inferior greparations Sr.. at Lancaster on Sunday, was at- one and one third fare for round trip. unspeakable pleasure to the heart of overcome"! us whenby unscrupulous deal- nia Fig syrup Company only, for sale by are recommended every living Confederate. They .can tended by Messrs. John F. White as good apr3 m pick up the scattered and broken ers as "just Syrup," as Foley's Honey and all druggists. Had Big Insurance on His Life. when wo know the and J. Wade Walker, of this place. most important era in Tar Cough threads of the of Geo. j Thieves raided the M. W. Johnson died at Paint Lick the life of our section, and with the unevualled merits of this great medicine, j Harper in Paris, and secured twentv-fiv- e maro lm Washout on the Kentucky Central rather suddenly last fall, having warp and woof of truth, weavo them hens. dui-ionear Mildale, has been repaired $100,000 authentic and impartial history A minstrel for the benefit of the insurance on his life. An ex- intocoining generations. for baseball club will be given at !Xicltokis-vil- le and all trains, both freight and passenHave i You Had Tho Grip? amination of his stomach was made Friday. ger, are running through to all points on It ou have, you probably need a reDemocratic County Committee Heiling. last week by an expert and it is altime. liable medicine like Foley's Honey and Pursuant to the call of Chairman Everybody Says So. leged that strychnine poison was tho Cascarcts Candv Cathartic, tho most won- Tar to heal your lungs and stop the rackNichohusville has granted the discovered. The insurance compa- J. B. Chenault, a meeting of was Democratic County Committee derful medical discovcrvof the ape. p'eas-a- ing cough incidental to this disease. Southern Telephone Suppy Co, of nies will make a fight, and some in- held up stairs in the grand jury nnd refreshing to the taste, act trcntlj' mar3 lm nnd and positively I'lianon, the right to erect and man-- t teresting developments are expected. room of the court houso on Saturday cleansing the on Kiduejs, liverdispelbowels, colds, last. There was a full attendance of euro Iicadaclie, entire svsfni. lonstipatioc an electric tolephone and telemi Kcep Cool ! Theie are a rcat many Kinds of the committee, and it was unani- and biliousness.fevrr, liahitual try a box Please buy and graph .plant. hove' clothing. We think we have the mously decided that all nominations of C. C. C. 10, 'i. M cents. Sold and I desire to notify the citizens of RichMr. Frank Miller has severed his best; at lest mothers daily say they for count offices he made by a pri- guaranteed to cure by all druggists. mond and my old customers and friends v mneclion with the Blue Grass Grocery never bivv anything like them for the mary election, the data to be detergrass is darting up fast. Many in particular, that I will again be in the mined at a meeting of tho committee The (V. and has taken charge of A. I), fields are as green as they usually are the Ice business this season, with splendid smith's grocery, where he will be pleased prices. And dou't get into your head on April court day. The various candidates announced first of April. equipments, and they will do well to see that they aie high pi iced, for they are nsee all his friends. not. 'J hey cost you lets than other were called on to express their views me before making other nrrangemeuts. Mrs. Kirkpatrick, of Nicholas-Mil- stoics charge vou. This is no blow. It concerning the manner of nominaFrom Cripplo Cresls. Bespectfully, is to your interest to buy where vou can ting. Without exception they were big fire in Cripple Creek, I took After a who was operated upon for Wit. E. Luxox, J is. get the best for the least money. Cov- for a primary. Speeches were made a very severe cold and tried many removariotomy at the Pnttic A. Clay In- ington it Mitchell. by Messrs. J. Tovis Cobb P. II. Sul- edies without help, the cold only becomOffice in Caperton Building on First firmary, leaves for home livan, J. R. Burnam, Jesse Cobb. II ing more settled. After using threesmall street. Mar21 tf Winchester Court. C. Bice, J. W. Bales, Hugh Colyer, bottles of Chamberlain's Cough ltemedy, restored in health. T. Jackson, Green Clav, Geo. Will-gin- both the cough and cold left me, and in J. A. Itamey, auctioneer, reports J. The Metropolitan Democratic daily Mo.ssr.s. Walker & Tovis, of Kirks W. about 250 cattle on the market, most er. With P.aPrewitt and O. H. Brew- this high altitude it makes a meritorious and weekly paper, "The Louisville Dis single exception, Mr. cough remedy to do any good. G. B. ville arc mourning the death of their of which were of inferior grades. the speeches were alt in HENDKitoo.v, editor Daily AnvEitTisF.it. patch," will make its appearance the steers sold Biewer, conciliating One lot good fine fox hound, Brewer, which had favor of the party facfipjt week in April. J. II. Kennedy will mar3 lm sired more high priced dogs than any by the head at a price that brought tions and uniting for Democratic For sale by H G. White. JJi cts. when weighed. take subscriptions for Madison county. hound in the county. An election in Birmingham, Marshall Otlice heifers supremacy. steers $50. GOO to next door to Richmond National overwhelming county, resulted in an On Saturday the Busy Bee Cash 2Jj cts; Fat cows 3c; bulls 2c. Good The base of Ayer's Hair Vigor is a reBank. mar24 4w demand for good feeders which fined and delicate fluid, which does not victory for local option. s.oro was unable to wait on the would have brought 4c or more. !to the soil or become racid by expo-ur- e 'Success is the reward of merit" not Missouri Farms For Sale. crowds that thronged the store for air, and which is as p'erfect a snbistute of assumption. 1'opuUir nppreeiaii.m Fell From a Street Car. four-acr-e bargains advertised in their I have three very desirable farms for the oil modern chemistry can pro- is what tells in the long run. For fifty Mr. George Noland, a well known duce. space on this page. It years, people have been using Ayer'o within 20 miles of Fulton. Mo. Also a merchant of Union City, this countv, it is tho large list of cheap farnib in Calloway to Opera Varsaparilla, and Rates As a result of their ad. in the stepped from a moving street car in Queen & Crescent niot in favor with the public. county, Mo , for sale Circular and price Festival. Ayer's Sarsaparilla cures. It list sent free on application. Climax Surles & Kennedy aro doing Louisville on Wednesday last and Was his street, Bound trip tickets from Junction City a rushuii: business in pianos, organs thrown in to the places, breaking able jaw to two bone iie was F. S. Toston-- , to Cincinnati and points The and sewing machines. Salerooms walk to his hotel where he leceive sur- and all on sale north March 2D, to April Club, wCorbin talent, Mandolin and Glee daily return, ill give a minstrel entertainment m.ir24 4w Fulton, Mo. gical attention, and came on next day to 3rd. in xt door to White & Gibson's. on the evening of the 2&1. Jtichmond. Here, he remained until account Grand trip, One John Donelson is making a specialty Sunday with his sister. Mrs N. B. Death Opera fare round Music Hall, great arin March, April IHvj of road wagons, made at home, perfect erage, until he was able to repair to Lis tists, rich program of masterpieces. which to give especial He is slowly re- Visit the Oueen Citv during this Festival Are the months in ljauiie--s the very best; also has on hand home at Union City. attention to the condition ot your physiseason. Your agent can give you fulf cal health. If you pas? safely through a line of imported wagons, cheap and as covering. particulars. these months and find vourself strong g hkI as auv in the market here or else-- v Valley View Shooting. the. arrival oi warmer One Hundred Doses One Dollar is pe- and vigoious. on tiere. The thriving lumber town of Valley Aveather.you will he well in summer. culiar to and true only of Hood's exthrown into a INow is the time to take Hood's Sarsapar-illa- , The Busy Bee Cash tore, known View was on Friday by state of It si economy to buy Hood's. a difficulty citement because, now is the time when the all over Madison as the great dry between Win. Bowman of thatplace, The Hawesville Plaindealer is twenty-fo- blood nniht be purified enriched and goods, depot of eastern Kentucky, and Simon Higgins, of Kirksville, Having taken permanent residence in anyears old and fiourisbing like a Vitalized, and because flood's Sarsapar-illistbeonlytrueblood purifier prom- other Statejl desire to sell my residence propdid an immense business on Mdonay, who emptied their revolvers at each green bay tree or any other kind of tree. however without effect. John inently in the public eye today. Hood's erty, without reserve, ad. in this othor, as peacemaker, got a stray as a r suit of their Collins, llnH's Hair Itenewer cures dandruff Sarsapanlla has power to make you he.d- - One of the best constructed, most convenient, paper. ball in the foot, which was extracted and scalp affections; also all cases of bald Uiy and juard your bvstem against and most desirable residences in Richmond, at mar'3 lm ( in account of opera Festival at Cin- by Dr. Jasper. The affair whs much ness w here tho giandd which ieeti tnc disease. public sale, on lamented by the combatants wno roots of the hair are not closed up. It the L. & X. wHl sell ronnd trip subsequently harmonized. cinnati second declamatory contest will The The manner in which the hogs have bo held at tho Morgantown tickets to that point March 2iWi to April Union rooted up tho pavement in town, espe- Church, Friday night, March 20. Postmasters Allowed to Serve out Tickets good 31 inclusive at one faie. e cially on Pine street, is a shame. Their Term. returning on all trains of day following Courier. So Consumptives. Postmaster General Gary made a dedate of sale. As an honest remedy Foley's Honey is the one thing most difffinite announcement to the Associated Two stoiy and half, 8 rooms, bunIf you want to see icult to inculcate and always hard to prac- and Tar does not hold out false hopes in Press that the administration, after reception hall, bath room, in. has decided to adhere to the tice, especially when there are good advanced stages, but truthfully claims to gles and road wagons that are perfect tenure of office poliev for all things to cat within reach. But there is comfort and relief in the very worst cases, large eeller, finished throughboau til's and of the best quality, visit the four-jenecessary if you take Simout in fine hard-woo- d gas of postmasters, lie stated that except in no Kentucky Carriage Woiks, corner a lew cases w here removal for cause was mons Liyer Regulator. It promotes di- and in the early stages to effect a cure. fixtures, force pump, sink; John Douel-so- required on account of delinquency,, in- gestion, prevents Dyspepsia and a dose niar3 lm bee md and Water streets. stable, garden, outbuildings, competency or other instances of unsatis- after a hearty meal'of delicacies will preproprietor. factory conduct or administration of of- vent nnd discomiort. It's the best good The two bridges across Lnn Camp shade and fruit trees, terraced It creek in Knox, being swept away by The Alumnae Association of fice, all postmasters, fourth chits as well night toddy. floods, is caubing the citizen of East lawn, well fenced, everything of Presidential appointment, Madison Institute will meet in the as tho-has been Mr. Harry Lancaster, who Corbin a great deal of inconvenience. in good repair. would be allowed to serve out the term library of the Institution at 2.C0 of Congressappointed private secretary to four vears. Sale at 2 o'clock, p. m., on Saturday afternoon v March 27. All man David Smith, is one of Lebanon's Lexikgtox, Ky., Feb, 27, 1SD7. best known young men. Children's Home Society. school arc requested the premises, corner Third graduates of the I was afliicted with a tired feeling and and Mober to be present. Advisley Avenue, adjoin The Madison County Local Dir Fir: I heard of Dr. Bell's Pine general debility. 1 had no appetite and ory Board of tho Kentucky Chil- Tar Honey, and seeing many recommen- my blood did not 6cem to circulate. I ing property Known as Patiouize the home manufacturer dren's Home Society organized with dations from different persons, of its T. S. Bronston place. when you want bugeie, ba ro lichee, road the following officers: wonderful valuable merits, I thougt 1 took difierenr kinds of medicine without the TERMS- -t Cash, balance President, Judge J. C. Chenault, w ould trv a bottle. I have been serious- benefit and finally began taking Hood's wagons. All yiade at home, by John years with a Sarsaparilla, which cave me a good appe- in (5 and 12 months. Mrs. It. E. Turley, ly atTected for twenty-fiv- e Danelson, and warranted the best You Secretary, It. Edgar Turley, Treaspains in my side nod brest can get them as cheap as imported work urer, J. A. Higgins. Exa.nniiig Phy- cough andcausing me a miserable life. I tite and entirely cured that tired feeling. that were and superior in quality. sician. Dr. J. M. Foster. Among spent huiidieds of dollars with doctors 3Iag"ie Washington, 40 Vertner street. other objecls it is designed to and for mei'.irhie, but everything failed John Stevenson was given 5 years and report to the proper until I tried this wonderful remedy; It Eoci'3 P1113 act harmoniously with at Xicholasvtlle for shooting and tho cabe of a homeless heats the world and has saved my life. I Hood's Sarsaparilla. mch!0-4Logan child to tho State Superintendent of recommend Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey to wounding Deputy Sheriff everybody with weak lungs. It is a the Children's Home society." oung last November. Col. Breckgreat success. inridge defended him. Hon. B. A. Committee Meeting. J. B. Hosskll, Grantsburg, 111. Crutcher was of the prosecution. CommitA meeting of the Democratic There is getting to be some bitterness To accommodate, the trade, Donelson tee for the 25th Judical District, com- between the candidates for some of the have just opened on First Street, in the of Clark, Jessahas on hand work brought on that can posed of the rountiee Powell, is hereby county offices in the Populist party in Caperton Building, a mine. Madison and be secured for as little money as any called to meet at the Bees House in Marshall. work now offered. Buggies. WJgons and Winchester, Ky , on Thursday, the first Tho Shakers have made a great hit. everything in that line as cheap as any day of April, 1897, at 10 o'clock a. m. Their Digestive Cordial is said to be the and offered by any one, and of the very best iof the purpose of fixing the time can- most successful remedy for stomach manner for selecting a Democratic troubles ever introduced. It immediately And will teep on hand the make. didate for Circuit Judge and one for relieves all pain and disress after eating, Rich- Commonwealth's Attorney fur said dis builds up the feeble system and makes best quality of Fresh and Drop into the 6torc of the trict, to be voted for at the November the weak strong. mond Harness Co., and inspect their election, 1897. Dried Meats, at reasonable Aiiram Bksick, The fact is, foods properly digested are Chairman Democratic Committee 25th better than tonics. The Corlarge and complete line of horse prices. dial not Only contains food already digesgoods of all kinds, a stock of import- Judiiial District. This March 19th, 1S97. digester of other foods. ted, but 13 a ed and domestic make, under the Meats delivered promptly. Food that 13 not digested noes more nann An Old Coin Found. care of T. C. Wells, Manager, and rhan good. People who use the Cordial Your Patronage solicited. W. H. Ditto, Superintendent. Daniel Tudor dug up a valuable oltl insure the digestion af what food they and in this way get the benefit of it the Why go away from home for coin ou CreekJames Tribble farm, on the eat grow strong. Bike, which was made and Jack's style, finish, durability and prices, nearl' two hundred years before the The little prmphlets which the Shakwhen all can be had by calling on discovery of Amerca. It is about the ers have sent druggifets for free distribumch2t-e and bears the tion, contain much interesting informaour old reliable tailor, G. Scbafhaus-en,- size of a silver date 1305 Carolus III. On tho obverse tion on the subject of the old stand over White & side in equally distinct characters apGibson's store? He has over GOO pear a and "llisp. Ind. It. Lasol is not a mixture of drugs. It is doubtless brought nothing but Cibtor Oil made palatable. samples of suits. Go and see for M. T. H " It here m the early history of the country yourself and learn prices. mar2i-lMany farmers who sowed tobacco beds and traded to the Indians for pelta after destroyed by the beds will surprise you what a good which the trader was killed, the pelts re- had all their work by It the heavy rains of Z"Z" coin planted with the being washed out and suit you can get for a little money. covered raisingthe crop of the past week. necka hope of suit When we sell you an laces and bangle rings to adorn the copHow many young men and young woyou get good long;fiOre wool, free per colored aborigines. men are cut oh" just as the future teems o 9 from shoddy or cotton mixture. We brfghest and fullest of promise! They Better and Grander Than Ever Before. you, and give you strive to please are taken awav by the disease which d si 5 otall the deatlis-i- n the best that is to be had, and sell it Grand athletic meeting by the mem causes over -j ?. ' C. 17. A. A. at the Court nouso ili( world the diseaso which doctoracnll to you as cheap as you have been bers of 8 p. 111. sharp consumption. There Is aboluflely no rea ffl for cotton mixtures. Coving- Fridav. March 2Glh. at one objeetion-- 1 son in the world why consumpii mshonld pajing N Pure," clean and without o ton & Mitchell. P K able feature. Wrestling, tumbUng, box be even serious. It is a disease of the blood", ami can lie cured absolutely and S w By all means hear Miss Elvira ing, sensational and oanng arts on me always by purifying and enriches the high and parallel bars. See the funny :.. ,. 41,:.. :,. i. Sydnor Miller, at the Court House, clow us, Kube and Bil', in their lightning ii3 1.1' .... Thursday night knockabout acts. Good music will be caEO where the disease has been neglectit k furnished y Mitchell's Orchestra. Prof-Fr- ed and improperly thealed until body Just now an important question has secured the services qf two of Btrcngcrllian the body until the MANUFACTURER AND DEALER-Tto every one is, where can they huy his late pupils, Messrs Metztjpr and has become so weak as to have lest tho of Lonisville, who aro acknowl- ability to recuperate. Dr.Pierce'sGolden the best spring suit? It is easily an- Ailin, the best acrtsbats in the Stite. Medical Discovery will cure 03 per cent, edged swered by our immense line of suits ' The inauagers would emphasize the of all cascfl of consumption if used accorI OF CEMETERY WOBTT. Of course you haveo see them to he far no demands have been ding to direetioar. It also cures all linT convinced. Many are doing it daily. made upon the citizens of Kicbmond, gering coughs, bronchial throat afTee For fdrtheryarticulm'S, nricesuj&c. acldresij c . and all should turn out and help the. ftious. , We take pleasure in showing them, stamps to. Seud,2Lcems in in their efforts. Proceeds .to be they answer for themselves. boys to the Athletic association to buy World's Dispensary Medical AseoelatfJHif and given recefveib PJeree'a There Is no question, we give jyou basfi ball goods. Ko reserved scats. Buffalo the best clothing for the least amount Topqfar prict. to all. urn out and 7.VU& page common j liutraiea, giv them a good crow d. of money. CovingtoH'&jMitouelL The Richmond Climax. "Graany" White Very ill, urs. tiusan White is in a critical It is being circulated that while I was of Estill cuunty that Irau and condition at the homo of her sister la elected ami 6crvol of -- To the Voters of Madison County, ood's all III - i Cham-berlaiu'- iJ JlfcBlSlvTr -Z v- -7 Vi -- 1 i Es-Coun- ty Jk,. &&' iKS7Wv Itr.IX RrU m lKrJAK,mrTTJ IM LJ-rf i il - 'a Are the Shelves, Counters and Ledges of th c, wonder-worke- r, ,, . RIISY RF E CASH STORE -- WITH THE ENORMOUS SPRING STOCK OF I' 1'' . 'J 'U Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Notions, Carpets, Lace Curtains, Trunks, etc., that have been crowded upon them. f;; Vin ii. l.n .1 p i Novop liofnvn linvn wo nflTororl n n"i frionrlc onrl novrinc iis vp Salt-Rheu- m lino of Goods to select their Spring and Summer purchases from nn this sonsnrt Mas Been To-da- r 2 , NOT A STONE 3G-inch left Unturned To make this the Banner Season of Our Enornous Business. Ex-pr- os In our Dress Goods Department we are offering one lot of about 25 different styles, all wide Novelty Dress Goods in all the uew style checks at Sl.GS per dress pattern. wool These goods make as pretty Spring Dresses as if the1- cost $1 per yd. - it 200 y ds. in We have one lot of Stripe Dress Goods, Good Spring Styles wide, about lot that we will clean up at 15c. per yd. These formerly sold at 29c. the all-wool 36-inc- h jzcgik 3?& tl 1 hen-coo- p they are as handsome as Brocaded Silks and make much batter dresses. While in the Dress Goods Department ask to see our line of Black Figured Jacquads ttl tf ri n, 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 bilks and Ribbons. We are showing a beautiful line of Bicycle Suitings in new designs and checks, that The best quality Black and Stripe Ducks make excellent skirts and dresses, price 10c. nt per yard. llc. y; We arc 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 boy's waists, price to close Sic. ti e, Our Hamburgs and Laces have all been reduced in price. You can get the very best patterns in hamburgs, beautiful designs and best quality for what you formerly paid for cheap stuff. Remenants almost given away to make up your bundle. g, We are selling a nice Quality Check and Stripe Dimity in pure white 7i, 8i and 10c. White Dimities are worth double what we ask for them. at 5c. yd. Our G-- , 4 if 000-pou- 750-pou- Five (500) Hundred Yards of beautiful Check Satteens will be cleaned up at Gc. per yd. These goods formerly sold at 15c. and are geed spring colors and styles. 700-pou- NOTE SOME OF OUR PRICES: 13c. We sell Best Tobacco Canvass, 3Jc. We sell Best Quilt Lining, 4c. We sell good yard wide Brown Cotton, "We sell good yard wide Sea Island Cotton, -- 44c 5c. We sell Trion AAA Brown Cotton, We sell Green Ticket Lonsdale Bleach Cotton, Ge. We sell good yd. wide Bleach Cotton, no dressing, 5c We sell the best Check Cottons for dresses 4 to-da- y blood-purifi- er One-Ha- lf 1 -- Fe-tiv- al RESIDENCE Sarsa-parill- a. ur oq a ! oc. yd and shirts, 12ic. yd We sell good 10-- Brown Sheeting, 15c. yd We sell best 10-- 4 Bleach Sheeting, Sb and 10c. yd Bed Tickinir 5e. yd., better ticking 4c. yd Good Calicoes, new styles, 2ic. yd Remnant Calicoes, 2c. yd One lot of good Challis, 4ic. yd Best Apron Gingham, 5c yd Good Dress Gingham, pretty, new styles, 2ic. yd Remnants Ginghams, -- ... ... ... 36-mc- vd yd yd yd yd vd 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. Men's Extra heavy seamless sox, tie. Hoy's Iliblml IJIackllose rc. Boy's Seamless Ribbed lilaek Hose Sc. Ladies' Seamiest Grey Mixed Hose Ge. Our line of Ladies' and Children's Fine Hosiery in Mack and Fancy Stripes is very complete at remarkably low prices. Ox-bloo- d, R l&i We are sole Agents for Featherbone Pine-vill- Way, ipril 381, oq Onr Entire Line Fine & h wide Cambric Per- - Self-deni- al uaiBs win , , u- us - ,n iiuaii&u up ai iuu. a yam. a ,.. mu, mese t l & Corsets. Oil Shades, best quality spring rollers, 24c. Curtain Poles 15c. brass ends and spring rollers. We are closing one lot of Ladies' Slippers, sizes 3 to 5 in broad toes and pointed toes, heel and spring heel at G9e. a pair. These goods sold for $1.25 and $1.50 a pair. We carry the 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- home-mad- e ,'a ir lk$s$sssss$sss$$ss$sss$sssss$sssss Good quality Percales, new styles, Sc. vd uuuuadic nuiiuio icuia. r self-deni- al n, le-ce- ut We are selling a lot of about 100 Berlin White Bed Spreads, large size, good as new, at 79c. each, former price $1.50. Good Gum Combs, 5c. 'ill "3 ue Vice-Preside- Wp te-cei- ve ha MSnaMkf. w I BCJTCHEE SHOP J1U333M V Horn Combs, 5c. Horn Combs, steel covered back, Sc. Genuine Alumiuum Thimbles, lc. each. Wood Cabinet Hair Pins, 4c. Gum end Pencils, lc. each. Darning Cotton, lc. per bunch. Safety Pins, 2e. per dozen. Brass Pins, best, 4c. a paper. Good Pins, lc. a paper. Side Combs, 4c. a pair. 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 Paper, 10c. Uncle Sam Tar Soap, 4c. a cake. . v Good Toilet Soap, 4e. a cake. Casmo Buttermilk, the only genuine toilet, soap, 8e. a cake. Good Towels, 5 and 10c. each. 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, oc. a spool. Ladies' Garters, silver and gold buckles, 25 cents. Seaming Braids, all colors, 5c. a bunch. Ladies' Waist Sets, 10c. Men's Hankerchiefs, 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. at half-dim- U Wm. E. Luxon, Jr. Works, .g coat-of-ar- ms w.--u m mm -- MEN'S BLACK AND BLUE CHEVIOTS SUITE, $2.98. VERY STYLISH MADE. We Are Selling Men's New Style Plaid All Wool Suits for $5.00, Worth S10.00 Ask to See Our Line of Men's Silk Lined Spring Suits THEY ARE BEAUTIES. pair.u HchrcCtoslnr one Lot af 60 Pair at Men's Conjuror M Boy's Cassiinere Knee Pants, - - - 24e.t an. .. .. . oJc. up to.yb.H PaatsatsSatarf ionatrprk.S2J0. Boy's Knee Suits, --- f Men's Jeans Pants, 4ScJ iKIOIEECjCGSr SniB ear-ring- s, all-wo- ol M hhk 'fTlie i Line of Parasols d Umkellas, New Slfb Black and Goloreed. one-sixt- h p r- CO ft ''ci r -- CD many BARGAINS that line our shelves and counters thatKve can't mention here would fill a volume. Give us a call, get (iur cash, prices, compare them with our competitors, and we Avillj'do the rest. Hoping to receive an early call, We are, Respectfully, ew N $! AmjBJmS i 4 $ W3m one-ce- .Ti1 'g:.ur J - VY-an- d i - i1 " ""v. jit - t " jl 7ftf"- - 4 'ft'Ft . ,2 stsPfcfcfl&SiEfev : f y rrJL- ' .. v -- - "j. fr ft tfH3-J''- S? JTftlffffHfwMfry ftH HKPjHppgHy 'w'"'' wzr?- - I The Richmond Climax. ABVSSTISING- RATES. s SPACE. 2 S ' KENTUCKY NEWS. a tb Lstcat News From All CommoDwnltb. rrt of th r THE GRAND COMMANDERY And the Southern UorKissviLLK, Ky., March 22. The 50th annual conclave of the Grand Comznandcry Knights Templars of Kentucky will be held in this city, bejfln-ninMay 19. All the local committees S s : jo 50 I : " 2 2 2 : 2T 2 ? : : J utertitlnd nt IIopklntTlllr. Kentncky Doctor t and houie were in sea-to- n only a few minutes Monday, adjourning out ot respect to State who died Sunday. It seems Senator definitely fettled that no ballot will be taken ' until March ti. anl Dr.Uutuer has abandoned all hope of an earlier elcotlon j KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE. Bath Branches Adjourn Ont ot Respect to the Ivtle Senator 8lver. Fhakktort. Ky., Mnreh 18. The senate There is no Word so Full of Meaning and about which such tender recollec tions cluster as --that of NEW BILLS, FriANKFuRr.ICjr., March lft The house was opened with x rarer Thursd y mornlnrr br Rjr. Tfirlor, of the Baptist church-- Jitter tbe re id lot' of the journal a general discussion In regard to the eonformltr ot the bills introduced to ths call of the rrorernor ensued between Steele, Swlntord. Lyons and Howard. Tbe chair ruled tie bill must come within the before Introduced. Mr Uav offered a resolution for printing 300 copies of tho call. Judge Pllrpln. or the Judlcltry committee, reported adversely on tbe 11 Mir resolution to old officer. snyln? section 31 of tbe constitution settled that point and it wns unneceanarr. Sir. White offered a resolution requesting the governor to transmit information In regard to the penitentiary lnvestig.itlo-1- . including Inspector Lesurs report and commission. It wds adopted. A resolution by Mr. Edriniton rrquesting a atatemcct from the auditor of the state's was adopted. IV'r. Orider's resolution requesting information from the superintendent of public lrstrurtlon relntive to the census was laid over because It was not la conformity with tho call New bills were Introduced as follows: M-- . Ward, to amend law and to the class to which they belong; Mr. Black, to regulate payment of labor In thU state: Mr. Black, to oprolnt commissioners learned In law to se tbe ntatutes: Mr. Black, to establish foes collected by secretary and assistant of rtate and prescribe ptyment thereof: Mr Lyons, for tbe re icf of litigants who have or may have cases beforo the court ot appeals. r aw r. iacv fitMt fe. iilafe S S ff SKIHffla In Conrnrmltv With, the Governor Mm use. Introduced In the XjegUlalnre. $ "Mother" i : ? J : $ s : I Inch a Inches- 3 Inches, 4 : 75 : . oo 2 : 3 oi H CoI JiJ ol. J4 1 Inches. Inches. ,, i jo 300 350 i loo l 3 S5"55 .v?7' i;jp o nco 3 5 00 13 15 5 00 10 00 600 13 on 1900 3875 750 1500 3300 3450 00 37 oc 00 50 fK 15 g- 4001 Col. 6 ooj 9 00 18 4 00 6 00 9 oo 13 00 37 8 on 13001 17 75 34 A1 ! IO VI K V 500 40 00 40 00 60 00 50 00 80 00 tw V "00 OO Red"me mtiee locents 5 cnn a line for each additional insertion" similar matOSl'uirira resolution", of ter 4 t axil rates. No specified position. CANDIDATES a line forfirtln-serfon- , ANNOUNCEMENT. election to the office in this (the 2T,t!i) JudiciaKDistrict, biihject to the fiction of t!ie Demo- cnicrrr jcnr.E. T. J. Scott is a candidate for reof Circuit Judge have been appointed, and the thousand or more visitors expected will be lavishly entertained. The Southern Kentucky Medical association holds an annual meeting here commencing- on April 15. An amateur performance at the opera house, a banquet and a biff reception have already been arranged for the entertainment of the physicians. At the business sessions 34 papers ou medical subjects will be read. TO FIGHT RINGS Is the rurpofo ot the "Knights of the - j I cratic paaty. COMMOSWKAWTII'S ATTOKNKY. directs the anUrn. A. nouncement of himself as a candito the office of date for Commonwealth's Attorney in this (the Sth) Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. KOU I Coundate for Judge or the Ma lison of the ty Court, subject to the a tion Democratic party. 1. II. Sui.iiyan. FOR JAILER. JUPGE MADISON COUNTY COUHT. hereby announce myself a candi- James C. IjicVev is a candidate for Jailer of Madison count v, subject to the action of the Democratic party. K a candidate for Jailer V. of MadiMtn county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are nutlior'xcd to announce I. Jailer It. iKOAinus a candidate for to the of M:tlion county, action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Jbsji: Conn a candidate for Jailer of Mndion county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. T.-Fis- h you didate for Superintendent struction for Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. KOH Na Mit. John WilliamsonPubliccanIn- suit, rntwc instkuction. PUrnitlNTKXDENT SCHOOLS. OK l'UKLIC J. W. "Waokks i a candidato for Superintendent of Public Schools of UtI:soii county, Mibject to the action of the Democratic party. FOK CLKKK MAUISON CIKlTMTCOl'llT. S. H. TnoKl'E. Jju. incumbent, is a candidate for Clerk of the Ma.li.-o- n Circuit Court, subject to the action or the Democratic party. KOK OOrXTY O.KKK. Wc are iiuthorized to announce F. White a candidate to mic John liiir.'-elas Clerk of Madisoi. f ped n.iint.v Court, subject to the actio! of thoDemocratic party. W ;ire authorized to nuiiounci-JnII. K. Mli)UJTiN a candidatt for Countv Clerk of M.uSNon. ubjeci to theactlonof the Democraticpr.rly. roil siiEiurr. is a candidate Tor SlioriH" of Madison county, subject to the :.ction of the Democratic party. II. H. C01.YKK l'OK COUNTY ASSESSOR. party. V Ja.mhs C. Millkk is a candidateo of Madion county, sub-jfor ! to the action of the Democratic As-e-- or John - xre authorized to announce W. Mookps as a candidate ft Assessor or Madi.son county, subject to the action of the Jtepu'ilican party. We e authorized to atiuouiici JADnoAOms a candidate fo Mibject to the County Asse-oaction" of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce T. C. Coruv a candidal- - fur of MadiMiii county, Mibject to the action uf the Democratic party. a--, A-i".or roil CITY ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announce 0kks Clay a candidate Tor tin o lice of City Attorney. of Richmond. Kv., subject, to the action of tin De nocratsc party. We are authorized to announce J Tai.ijot Jacknin :is a candidate fo' City Attorney, of Richmond. Ky. subject to the action or the Democratic party. roil CORONER. authorized to announce J. O. DoziEiia candidate for Coroner, biibiect to the action of the Dcino-crntiparty. "We a-- c c -- . 43 x .r in, w to JmlwlJP rm. m j.i 7 A noted mechanical expert said recently: "I didn't know the queen . crescent used hard coal on theirengines." Hesaw only white smoke, for the road uses all modern appliances for avoiding the nuisance of smoke, dust and cinders. The lEEHaCKiTiM Is the only line running solid gas-lighte- d, ves-tibule- d, steam-heate- d trains to the South. Standard dsy coaches (with smoking rooms and lavatories), Pullman drawing room sleepers, elegant cafe, parlor and observation cars. The QUEEN, . CRESCENT RpUJE runs fuliy equipped trains from Cincm nati to Chattanooga. Ilirrningbara, New Orleans, Atlanta and Jacksonville, with through xlecpers. Also through sleep-in- ? cars Cincinnati to KnoivilV, Ashc-vill-e. Columbia and Savannah, and from Louisvine to Chattanooga without change A.", for tickets over the Q & C W O. Kinearson General Passenger Agent, Ciucissati, O. J.H.MEFF&CO Main Strt. (Opposite Glyndon.") Country Produce Bought and Highest Cash 3arket PriceTiicL Sold, so assists Nature in the change taking place that the Expectant Mother is DR. BELL'S Gotiten Knle." enabled to look forward without dread AccordLexington, Ky., March 22. PINE-TAR- -i to the hour when she experiences the Book-CaseDressers, Bureaus, Secretaries, ChilFoniers. Hall Tn .. ing to an anonymous communication joy of Motherhood. It insures safety the Knights of the Golden Rule have ture Moulding, Chairs, Easels, Screens, Mantel Mirrows, Center Tables, Extension T to both Mother and Child, and she is "quietly ortranized in each precinct of GOV. BRADLEY. FATAL DUEL. Springs and Mattresses in designs and quality to please every one from hippy lit t '. the city, anl ill reach every hill and found stronger after than before conThe Democrats Are Worklnc; for Ilia to the cranky old maids and bachelors. valley ot the country before NovemEll laom Shot by Henry Frnser Near finement in short, it "makes Childis, a certain specific for coughs, Election to ths United States Senatr. Whltesbarg They Quarreled 0er a ber. Their purpose is to break up colds, sore throat, bronchitis, itsth-mbirth easy," as so many have said. Chicago, March 19. A Record speWoman. rings and put men in office who will whooping cough and croup. WniTESBuno, Ky., March 16. Eli Don't be persuaded. Use nothing but cial from Frankfort, Ky., says: The obey the maxim of their title, the nnti ,a a uv...... . IIV: .". w, .m... tl .. twittl ... nil ntA aw. jv 6chcme of the democrats to elect Gov. Isom and Henry Fraser, who live on prion golden rule, regardless of politics. 5 druggists or sent upon receipt cfruitnk,byKj. llradley to the senate irk place of Dr. E. fS.tkM.tK! SoUVIm C., E. Rock House creek, 12 miles west of here, They recognize no party lines." Hunter, tho caucus nominee of tho reInvestigation shows that there are quarreled over Polly Lewis, a young "Mr wife suffered more in ten minutes trilh publican party, assumed definite form woman with whom both were in love. 27-quite a number of these "Knights," either of her other two children than she did (or the most part reliable, substantial They agreed to settle their differences altogether with her lust, having previously used Wednesday by the arrival of "Mother's Friend." It is a bless Stone. with revolvers at 20 paces, and in the four bottles of citizens, but the identity of the origing t" anyone expecting lo become a mother, Wat READY TO inators and financial backers has not duel w hich followed Isom was killed. says a customer." IIknukiuok Dale, Carmi, 111. openly Hardin and other leaders aro working and advocating tho Fraser was unhurt and escaped to the been disclosed. PER BOTTLE. Srat br Milt, en recclnt of price. election of Gov. Uradley. They say mountains. Isora's friends have offered Rwok'To Eipectant Mothers" mailed frer, cunuinlng ratuablc infornmioa uid voluntary CeltimonUls. that it is a common ground on which a reward of S500 for his capture, and Insurance Company Sued. .1 1 Paducaii, Ky March 22. George bloodhounds have been put ou his THE BRADFICLD REGULATOR CO..ATLANTA.GA. tho democracy can meet and appeals MX SOLO BY ALL DRUGGISTS. most strongly to tho gold democrats, P. Rogers, of Southland, has filed suit trail. . Gov. Bradley will who in voting for against the Union Central Life InsurOur fnoinrv fin Tnnrfil J?frppt in Kiph- Will Appeal to Congress. be voting their principles; . ' ance Co. in the circuit court here for that mond 'is now run nine, ami we are' Just received, fresh and new from the factories have caused manv Lexington, Ky., March 10. Lynchthere is no hope of electing a demo1,000. KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE. Tho plaintiff states that he Is ing was the subject discussed at a prepared to fill orders for twist of the anfj wcn(er to see such roods sold in Richmond. to come and see tiu- r . ' Don't fail the administrator of the estate of his mass meeting of colored citizens held The Four New Senators Admitted and crat, and that in the election of Urady little Desks, we have just received for ths ladies in Oak, Curly Birch and Mahoi;nr ley to the senate a vacancy in tho brother, Alf P. Rogers, who'dicd Monday night at the colored First BapSworn In Large Nrtmliiir of Bills In "Pride o! governors chair will be caused which 11 of acute apendicitis at Little trod need. congress tist church. The Fifty-fift- h j will be filled by a democrat Hunter's Rock, and at the time of his death held will be petitioned to pass a general FuAsiKronT. Ky.. March 17. SnsATB-Tu- es day the question of admitting the four We are always at home and glad to nee you at any time whether you with to a policy in the company for 51,000. law protecting the lives and property republican senators. Llano. Nell. Jamos ne men are disturbed because they do not and M. C and Very of citizens of the United Stale., .gainst Crumbaugb, and Senator Hals (dem.) was know who the "deserters are to be." to call. not, no don' 't AVomen Lawyer. Louisville, Ky., March 19. Disbrought up. A motion by Senator Bronstoi mob violence. Rev. Thomas F. RobinLexington, Ky.. March 22. Lafaypatches from Frankfort say that the (dem.) to refer the credentials to judiciary "Fair oi Jacks" ette ltrooks, charged with murdering son, of Mississippi, the prime mover of committee with instruction! to the report next election of Dr. W. G. Hunter as United law moveFriday, was defeated by a vote of 19 toil. States senator is now only a remote Sam McKiuzie in Morgan county a the national UK rear ago, and who was sentenced to ment, spoke on the great need of such Holloway, Stephenson, Noe. Kills ton. Klmon possibility and that Governor W. O. and Smith, gold democrats, voted with the rea law. Brand?, three grade. "We can Fave you dcitli, and who was granted a new publicans. The motion to admit tbe nea Uradley can be elected if he but says monev. Send us n trial order; jou will Gov. DraiUry Offer a Revr ard. trial by the court of appeals, was members and allow them to be sworn la was A new caucus will be oe word. impefr 5 niuii witii our p round. Fkankfout, Ky., March 10. Gov. then carried by a ote of 21 to 8 rive sena tho Morgan county to stand trial taken to called, and if Governor Bradley does rially pleased to hear from country mera'- tors then lined up in front of the clerk' desk i again. Ladies in this city raised tho Bradley Monday night issued a proclau not want the nomination it will prob- chants. A 3 money to pay the lawyers' expenses, mation offering a reward of 5250 for and took tho oath of office. ably go to Justice W. II. Holt. House Keioiutlons introduced: Tolnves-the arrest and conviction of each one tlgate tbe EJdrvllIe penitentiary: asking for All but six of the democratic members and he will be ably defended. Ross, White of the turnpike raiders who burned a stuttmeat from the tudltor as to tho sal have agreed to vote for Bradley for A new line of Coffins and Caskets jnst from the Factory and several new designs. Whit Caps at Work. 40 KiciiKoxii, Ky. two tollhouses and shot the keeper of aries and fees cf all officers for 1S9G Bills in- senator. Lku.vj.ox, Ky., March 22. Ilarvie one in Mercer county Sunday night. troduced: To aboiish the Eddy ville peniten-tlaaFkankfout, Ky., March 19. Dr. and convert tbe same into a houasof reKimball, a prosperous farmer of this Heretofore the governor could not ofform for BRIDGEFORD'S icction has received a letter from fer a reward where the tollgate was Cbaafftn? male and female Juvenile criminals: Hunter was asked about tho report rene&l section election law: white caps charging him with having removed, but where arson and murder 41.7, article 6, chapter to 108, Kentuckj that his forces would bolt. He just a rogue on his place, and asking him are committed the governor can offer a statutes on revenue and taxation; to suppress laughed outright and said: "There's RANGE mob law; refunding the state debt: placing nothing in it I will receive the full to get rid of him at once or take the reward for the perpetrators. additional levy of 10 cents on 100 for three republican strength and more. CoL consequences. The party referred to SEE THEM! years: to reduoe salaries ot circuit court A. T. Wood held a conference with Uses a Knife on Ills Victim. by the white caps is one Elisha Smith, Louisville, Ky., March 16. John Judges to 12.500. fixing saliries cf officers ot Gov. Bradley Thursday morning. Tho EXAMINE THEM! of Mr. i. colored man in the employ making Geraert, aged 13, was Monday placed the commonwealth,chapter 30 sweeping reduc- Hunter people 533- - he is supporting the HE PAYS THE PURCHASE THEM! tions: amending on crimes and KimbalL tinder arrest for the murder of Lorenz punishment in regard to labor statistics: "gum-sho- e man." TIorAen Off to Montana. regulating election laws: to cteate another Martin, a tailor, aged 21 years. MarfrtiJEl Lexington. Ky., March 22. Two car tin was stabbed Sunday by Gerncrt, district out of xtxt Thirty-firSUITS FOR TAXES Judiclil district, composed ot the counties of Hancock. brood marcs, trotters and died Sunday night. loads of youn.r They had Ilrotn-h- t Against Incorporations br Muhlenberg. bills la ind runners, bought up in Kentuckv quarreled on the street, and as a re- Ohio andintroduced, and Twenty-on- e adjourned Are tho State of Ken tacky. . . . YOU PAY FOR THE . tho houso til were by E I A. Tipton and other agents for sult Gernert plunged a knife six times then until 10 o'clock Wednesday. Fuankfort, Ky., March 19. Attorney I aaHalaK?MaHBaB iH . Marcus Daly during the past tnree into Martin's body. The case was General Taylor Thursday mornIn Danger of Lynchlnc. months, left Lexington Sunday night called in the police court Monday and ing filed suits against the following Paducaii, Ky:, March. 17. Will in charge of Jo; Rea, the wc.l known postponed until Friday. the Negro who confessed Monday corporations: driver and trainer, for tlu Copper Co ninonwealth against Policeman Faneral. to the heinous assault upon Mrs. W. J. Railway Co., for 513,320, for Louisville King's Bitter Root ranch in Montana. NO. 8 SEGOND STREET, taxes for floPKiNSViM.it, Ky., March 10. A Hills, tvi'o of the superintendent of the franchise tax and for Cut to I'lere by a Trtln. large number of relatives and friends, Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis 1SQ3, and RICHMOND. KY. Plione.No. 3. For tlie next THIRTY DAYS we will n each day penalty for failure to reLkxixgton, Ky., Marcli 22. Henry including Mayor Dabney, several 11. R., has not yet been lynched, hut is ' port since December 20, 1S9C; LouisGraves, colored, aged 25, of Danville, . and most of the police force, uiiuobi certain vo meet tieai.11 J resell ai mc Co., for JM.COS taxes for Ky., was stealing a ride on the "blind went from this city Monday to Fair-viehands of a mob when tho full story of ville Rridge baggage" end of a baggage car, and on to attend the funeral of Henry the crime is drawn out. All Monday lSUi), and ?120 franchise tax, and gardless 0! cost to make room lor NEW YORK WORLD, arrival here Sunday morning jumped Lane, the policeman shot by Walter nipht watchers guarded the jail. No each day since October 2., lS'JO, for Spring Stock which will soon be in from the train as it pulled into the deMerritt Saturday night. Merritt was attempt was made, however, to enter failure to report. Henderson Rridge K Co., for taxes in lb9I on franEDITION. pot, lie fell beneath the wheels and quietly buried from his father's home the and ask you to come and get them at prison. Lyton, realizing his peril- chise, 5240 interest penwas run over by every coach, being after sunset Monday evening. ous position, spent the night praying alty for failure to and for 545,000 sep156 Papers a Year. IS Pages a Week. report, and a to pieces, cut almost your own price for CASH. Padanah aa Island. for mcrcv. . arate suit for 1S95 taxes, S2.401 anil Caropton l'ot Office Robbed. Paducaii, Ky., March 16. The river It standi first among "weekly" papers in penalty, and for 1S00 taxes, S2.804 and Our Annual Clearance Sales are very Campton, Ky., March 22. The post contiues to rise at an alarming rate SOLD IN Shot IIlUMrlf Tnrough the Heart. size, frequency of publication and freshness, penalty. ofQce at this place was robbed of S2S and now stands at about 47 feet, a riso popular, as we have always given Richmond, Ind., March IS. Albert variety and reliability or contents. It is practiApplication for Walllnz'a Kraplte. in postage stamps and about S13 in of nearly two feet since Saturday. RICHMOND. cally a daily at the low price of a wecVly; and Shorten, ajed 35, engineer at Dille & Fuankfoi.t, Ky., March 19. Col. envelopes. are The city is now entirely surrounded McUuire's shop, went to the ofticc of stamped The robbers value received. e4 i4 'ts vast list of subscribers, extending to every spotted, but no arrests have been by water and the portion known as the firm Tuesday night, turned on George Washington, Alonzo Wallings State and Territory in the Union and foreign appliattorney, is here making formal We are prepared to meet lowest prices made. This is the second time this of- - Dogtown. has been entirely obliteratxmntries, will roach for the accuracy and fairboth the natural and artificial gas, lay cation to Gov. Uradley for Waiting's fice has been robbed within the last ed. The water is gradually encroachness o its news columns. down on a lounge and shot himself respite. He says thj papers already on groceries of all kinds, for cash. C six months. ing on some of the business streets. It is splendidly illustrated and among its twice through the heart with a pascd on by ths governor were only a ipecial features are a fine humor page, 7 J41UC II. Ilnrnaday Dend. Vl Special election. S J??'' jf revolver. He was. found about market reports, all the latest fashions Eomkrskt, Ky., March 22. Mr. J. P. Frakkfout, Ky., March 16. Lieut. 0:30 Wednesday morning cold in death, request for commutation of sentence. 'or women and along series of stories by the doe Up for Life. Hornaday, the well known young at- - Gov. Worthlngton Monday morning lite room was full of gas. Ill health greatest lining American and English authors. Lancaster, Ky., March 19. In tho HON. C. T. CALDWELL, received a telegram Sunday sued a proclamation calling a special is the supposed cause. His father lives Co.sa-- Doyle, Jerome K. Jerome, circuit court, George Dunn was sen- in Loveland, O. Thirty-fourt- h senatorstating that his brother, James II., election in the Mary E. AVilkins, Stanley Weymax, to the penitentiary for life for tenced aged 20, who went to Colorado for his ial district, composeJ of the counties MI11 llixklos Foaiul. Anttio.ny Hope, Bkrt IIaete, housebreaking. He had been convict- of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recomhealth recently, is dead. His demise of Morgat., Magoffin, Breathitt, Wolf Lexisjotok, Ky., March 13. Miss Bkander Matthews, Etc. occurred at Denver. and Owsley, to be held April 5, to fill Nettie Iloslcins, the young lady ed of felony twice before, and the RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. We olfcr this unequaled newspaper and THE was given him under the habitual Wrights Celery mends the vacancy caused by the death of of CZ.,lJtA' together one j ear tor $1.75. The regJan27-4county, criminal law. Powell Gov. I!rd!rr Will Stanton, ular subscription price of the two paqere fa who so mysteriously disappeared Fraskfokt, Ky., March 2i Gov. Senator John P. Salyer. -Uapsules. JjlaffTJlinBrTaBrRlJ S3. 00. 28 Ilradley announced Sunday night that from hero last week, has bien Two Drowned TO THE BOTTOM m rfHiTHJ S THJ S fiHJ rxi m Hejtdeusox, Ky., March 10. Satur- found at the home of a relative, James no matter how the senatorial race is SfrHJaiTHJjdecided it is his intention to resign im- day, near Congleton, on Green river, llibbs, in Montgomery county, whither Goes n Greek S'llp Imden With War Sap. PARKEnsnURC!, W. V.V., EO YEARS , pile-An Auatrlan War Near mediately after the extra session of Sam Allen and EJ Read, .N egroes, were her brother Marion and W. R. Chester EXPERIENCE. fchl? Did It. January 2G, 1993. the legislature. He says he is tired of in a skiff trying to recover sawlogs went Wednesday. They took her back Caxea, March 19. The Austrian the office. broken from a raft, when the frail home Wednesday night. avvvaaaavvavaaavaaitaaaageitaaiaoaq oaeo akaoas gunboat Sebcnico has fired upon and The Wkight Meo. Co., " vessel was crushed by a large beam, t Ilapklnsvllle. V-Glanders In Kentucky. sunk, near Candia, a Greek vessel Columhus, Ohio HorKlj.SVll.LE, Ky., March 22. James throwing both occupants into the Pakis, Ky.. March 18. Three horses loaded with provisions and munitions hwift stream. Despite their struggles, D. Foster, a wealthy young planter, Gentlemen: I have been using belonging to Isaac Kellar, of the of wnr intended for the Greek forces and Miss Mary Harris were united in both were drowned. Kiserton neighborhood, wcro pro- in Crete. It appears that the Sebenico, Wrijrht'a Celery Capsules since Novem.99 TRADE MARK marriage at the Salem church, south ii$ WTralthj Farmnr A'ljudce Irmane. l. nounced by Dr. Frauk Eisemen, state while watching the Greek ship, was ber, 1891. anil find them to be as 9 ocaicNs, city, at 3 o'rlock Sunday afterof this Dover, Ky., March 16. Alex. Hilen, veterinary of Louisville, and Dr. John fired on by a party of insurgents. To I first beaan taking them COPYRICHTS Ac .. noon. Rev. Mr. Check, the pastor, offAnyone sendlnar a sketch and description mar a wealthy farmer of near this place, Jameson, of this city, to be aulicted this the Austrian warship replied by while at Hot Spring. Aik, under treatwhether an invention la iciating. has been adjudged insan-- . This a micwith glanders and will bo killed. sinking the Greek craft and driving oil ment for Seiatie Kheumatism. Liver and qulcklr ascertain, free,Communications atrtctlr sag probably patentable. Just opened on Second eonOdeotUI. Oldest afencr for securtrur patents fchnt at n JJnce. tion was bro ght upon him chiefly by SsTeral cases are reported near the insurgents. In America. We have a Washington office. -- as Stomach trouble. Constipation which 1 HorKlxsviLLE. Ky., March 22. At a a severe case of la grippe, which settled Patents taken through Mann A Co. recetv It is feared that when this news be.Street at the stand re special notice In the a... dance several miles east of this city, on his brain. Robert Osborne has been "90 Ilellereil tu be Lonll Shutt. comes generally known in Athens it had been a long suHerer. I fouud the ..aa) SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, George Bullard, of this city, was shot appointed to look after his business VANCEB311Q, Ky., March 13. Res- will serve to greatly irritato the popu- Celery Capsules gave me j:reat relief cently occupied by T. . in the breast and seriously if not nfEiirs. cuers who have been looking for tho lace and may have influence in pre- fr5m the beginning and have used them beantlfallr tllastrated. lanrcat dreulatlon cf ...ate anv scientlflc Journal, weeklr.terma f3J a year; -e X fatally wounded. He had come to UOstx months. Specimen coplea and llAMO bodies of the unfortunate victims who cipitating the crisis which the powers ever since. "With pleasure, and unsos A.Chenault. All goods righting oa the Servian Frontier. Book ox I'atekw sent free. Address break up the dance. ...ae9 March 15. A band of Al- were drowned Saturday nipht on the are striving in every way possible to licited, I recommend them to any and Viexxa, MUNN &. CO., ... t: 1 new and old as low llvrodun a Candidate. 361 Breadwnr. Sew Yark. banians from Uskubb, a town some 25 family boat, found the body of one of avert. all suffering with like Mictions or either moraine A Tempestuous Voyage. -- ..at IiAXCASTEK, Ky., March 22. Hon. miles south of the Servian frontier, tho victims Wednesday of them. Very truly yofirs. aO my in the market lor 19. Papers found identify him as Louis The White New Yokk, March William Hcrndon, republican, said have pillaged six villages in the vicin...aed Star line steamer Teutonic, from LivSunday: "I will be a candidate for ity of Uskufcband burned three others. Shutt. Charles T Caldwell. eas think a... Who ...aaS CASH. -of some simple Wanted-f- ln erpool and Queenstown, arrived at circuit judge in this (the 13th) judicial In their attacks on tho villages they Klehth Bound hettletl It. tbintr to patent? Sold by T. S. Ilagan, Druggist. Price - jou wealth. .a9 Ky., March 18. Will quarantine Thursday afternoon after Lexisotos', district." He has been indorsed by the shot 24 persons. Later the Albanians Protect your Idea: theT may bring-- .ajS and $1.00 per box. Call at drug- Write JOHN WEDDKKBORJJ CO- - Patent Attora... Garrard committee. neys, Washington. D. C for their tlSCO prlza oner crossed the Servian frontier with the Mason and Rud Scott, local feather a most tempestuous voyage. On the 50c ents ...S3 go 13th the sea rose unusually high, and store and get free sample. and list of two hundred Inventions wanted. evident intention of continuing their weights, met for a fifteen-rounThr- - Men Drowned. before the Young Men's Athletic club several seas boarded the steamer. A a... I Awkkncebuko, Ky., March 17. A marauding in Sarvia territory. They a... ...a0 report reached here Tuesday night were, however, met by a force of Servia Wednesday night. Scott was knocked giant wave broke on board, striking as out in the eighth round with a left- Fourth Officer English and a quarterfrom Lock No. 6, near Oregon, a few gendarmes and repulsed after a struga... a.... master, and sweeping them along the s.ar on both sides hander on the jaw. ". v u ...9 gle. In which a number miles up the Kentucky river from ...aaO decks. English sustained a fracture that three men were were killed or wounded.- - The Turkish Hal Jackaon Confeaaed? a... We have no books andN ocO a... drowned there. They were on a raft government has sent troops to deal Fkankfout, Ky., March 13. Gov. of his thigh and was otherwise injurst EOc. and fit oar box. 6 far 5. e3 can therefore sell of logs, which went over the dam and with the predatory Albanians. Uradley is receiving telegrams from and the quartermaster was badly Jijanete Pile 25 and bruised. ...as uoe. per dox. japaneta Uver he men are supposed to Wallvng's friends asking if a confesbroke up. Firmer Aniens. a... Lowest Prices for Casio PaUaU.50Di!li,'25c .a9 Ky., March 1C W. sion from Jackson would be of any have been rom the headwaters of NICUOL.ASVH.I.E. a.. A London chemist, who analyzed a Wt luffer written a prominent farmer, filed a aaiL Intimation is that Jackson has sample of "hair restorer," sold at half TTIllcnronllltlndjof Pllaa. Whyrenin with this terriblodlaraae?.Mauled Itb aair a... the river, and, consequently, arc unR. Arnald, ...a9 csaranrea wim or do yea, to tnmoney u not rural. to All goods fresh fronr ..as ou receipt price. 1h Japantaa rila Cur Company, bt. faul, Minn. known. Their bodies have not been deed of assignment to J. L Logan confessed. bottle, found a crown for a ..aO Assets and liabilities are Monday. recovered. Uractley'a Yarning. ..aaO Got. it to contain only common water, with Sold by"V. G. White, Drcpgest, Ttichmond, Ky. the city and a new about equal. a... ....S a Fbankfort, Ivy., March 18. Gov. traces of salt and sage extract. Gov. Ilradle'n DenlaL ...tjT X T JSjH. 9 Bradley Wednesday morning received Fbankfort, Ky., March 17. Gov. supply received daily, Hew Church at a letter from Cincinnati warning him UraJley deues most vigorously the Turkey tVllilaetu Aisl;ii Crete. ...asd a.. Paris, Ky., March 17. Rev. Howard that ho would surely be killed here or ...as a story that he is kuiGng'Uunter, or that O. CHENAULT & CO. Loxnox, March 18. The secretary of .a4 he Is aiding the alleged Ulackburn-Kradle- y Henderson, at Delhi, O., will preside in Cincinnati if he permitted Walling the Ilyron society has received a tele...aer coal.tion. He said Tuesday: at thn laying of the corner stone of to hang. ...a39 a... gram from Athens statin? that the -- Cd a.. "Whenever the scnatorship has been the new 810,000 Methodist church in sultan, desiring1 to preserve peace, has .asd iaBV BBBBBBvBaBBBBBBBBaKaBBLBBLaBfeaa mentioned to me, 1 have urged my this city Sunday afternoon. Fletcher . ...aa9 to withdraw the Turkish gar-rb- ' offered L!bBBLbBRBI NBBBBaHaHBBBHLaBBBm -- ei? a.. friends to support the caucus nominee. Bros., of Cincinnati, are building tho assign the, Wn from Crete and to BaHBi THE MARKETS. bbbbHbbbbbbbLbLbB The story of my candidacy for senator church. island to King George, to hi occupied Blany Wltnrmi Summoned. is wholly false." CISCIN8ATI. March 2CI and administered by Greece, with a Corinth; Ky.. March 17. Nearly Floue Sprlns fanoy. 8175! 10. tprlnj recognition of the imperial suzerainty laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Fnnndllnr; Xarlr Frozen. every man in the northern part of family, J3.40&170; aprlaff patent. H3at.7J: of the sultan, taking the form of an ccacAeaea Pabis. Ky., March 17. A white boy Scott county has been summoned to Klotor patent, HU&4.73: fancy. states baby, apparently only a few hours old, appear before Judge V. E. Rales to family. i3.4iffJ.7j; extra, H7a20; low annual tribitc The telegram agreeathat these terras are entirely was leit upon the porch of Frank testify in regard to the raid on the grade.t2.503. TO: rye, northwcstcra,S!55&i7i); do, city, M12.7a ble to the Hellenic cabinet, as well as O'Xeal at an early hour Tuesday tollgate on the old State road. Wuiat Sales: Ja 2 red. track. 01a who prebwiji iiiiikilTrsans2SX9BC9aR9EalBE9BVaBMKraBE3-v-- m morning. It was discovered in almost ' Cork Sales: No. 2 yellow, track. 24ye; to the Cretan Mohammedans, Miuliter JjIh. Sndnenly. yellow ear. track. 21c: No. S mixed, track, S&c; fer annexation to autonomy. a lrozcn condition and properly cared Auodsta, Ky., March 17. Rev. C F. No. 2 white, track, I3c. or. It will be taken in charge by the Oats Sales: No. 2 mixed, track. lOKc Heaverin, one of the oldest and most county authorities and tenderly cared select Hoes widely known Methodist divines in butchers',Select shippers', tt 03.g4.0J;pickers', for. Who its parents are remains a f 10024 03. air to good the state, died suddenly at his homo fair to cood . light, fl85SlH0; commystery. Kentucky. here, Tuesday morning, aged about 70. mon and roughs. Five New Srmitnrs ftvvnrn In. Cattix Fair to good shlppsra, J3. 7534.63; Left the State to Ecaps Arrest. exports'. It. 0535. 00. good to choice butchers', Frakkfokt, Ky., March 17. The CoHlNTH. Ky., March 17. The O'Hara (air to medium butchers'. five new state senators, four republicwanted for 3.75: common. S2.5035.OOl Conyerted Into a Modern Palace Has Receitly ans and one democrat, were sworn in boys and Thomaa Turner,meeting, aro Lambs Sheep: Extras. JiiViJ Tuesday morning. The Ulackburn disturbing a religious 4.75; good to choice, UU4.15r common xo Siccesswie Celliss & Fex, Halls and Entrance are Marble and Tilinjr of the Finest Quality. left, the state to es- (air, ! 5033.50. Lambi: Extras. $il0j5-15-; senators attempted to refer tho cre- reported to hare cape arrest. good to choice H 63;j 3,00. common to fair, dentials, but they were outvoted. Richmond, Ky. 13.7534.51 2000 Yards ef Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors "IVIK On Mack to the .Pan. This means that the republicans will Veal Cai.V2s Fair to good light, lisoa Lancaster, Ky., March 17. George 6.25: extra", ti.50: common and large.! 150 j4.ii. certainly be able to elect a United - - - W BEIMHMiMS, PARLOUS AND UPPKU IIAMaS. Dunn (colored),' who has served two Wool Unwashed, tine merino. lO&llc per 4 States senator at this session. clothing. 133Uc: meilaat d penitentiary for burglary, lb: terms in the KntceStr Fotorttr Clotnd. delaine anl clothing. 13.114a: brail, l.'itlj: Offices and Dinln Ro m Be tifully D.cjrted and Bril-- . Lexington, Ky. March 17. The is in jail charged with the same offense. medium combin;, 14315c. Washed. Daj X to XX. lAs: medium clothing. IStfc: great Kentucky Futnrity of the Ken- Cancht Diphtheria at a Funeral. Ifantlv Lighted. delaine fleece. 1331S3.- - long combin;, 15917c; tucky Trotting Horse Breeders' asso-- 1 Wayne. Ind., March 17. Diphd and low, 13314s: coJinvaa Ft. elation, for foals of JS97, to trot in 1B59 theria is epidemic at Cedarvllle, this coarse, 12&l3c: choice. JSc New Yomc March 30. Its Equipments throughout are without a Superior in the South, rate of aud 1900, closed Tuesday. Three hun- county. Last Thursday the daughter WhkatNol 2 red. Uarcn.BJc: May, 80'1I. dred and nineteen entries have already of G. W. Tonkel died, and a public 16281 Charges Considered. July, 7b ScptCinbOr, a aMi' been received, and nearly as many inneral wa held. Two days later an- 7J'j76a. 't THE GREATCST Rooi AND, DR. i more are expected. CORK No. .2.30$31c: Mav, 30tfS33Ko: 'j DISC0VCRV Qf taken ill with diphEverythinR for Orchard, llawn and Garden. other child THI A6t; . ite, Will Ron't Trnopa to Newport. theria and died,. Many of the little ,SM32Hc Septemb.T. 33Il30c: May. 21; Vc Full stock- of - Ornamental and Fruit. Trees; i; ItNJCOTIAM.I .,2 western, F.kaSiij'.ikt, Ky., March 17. 3ot. ones who attended the funeral are Can talte4 daya. Grape Vines, Asparagus and Small Fruits. Chicago. Marci 2d aVA 'Rann "RTnaiulerl tn This T?acint TmnroTeincnt. RrJdlty Tuesday said: "I will seWd sick. Wheat-Iarc- h. 73Ke: May, 74K3 bidr July, Wccmploy no agents, .but sell at living p'riees ' A poottrra piereatlia. Cam , raHakte mm 7JH bid: September. Wfc. 1 troops to Newport, but 'flare Hot tie- direct to the. planters. Telephone la office. oaiiieu aa turn, ytiiwBitaig-iHa- . o Jfar,Kiate; San. w . x alwaTaaakfurIr.llVa CoKK-,r- cK 2iXc: Way. SlS'c; July, 23XO Strawberry aad geaeral Catatopiea ,8a MtAtaMa), a. TarijBrvr-- l t reaarrofM- - racacia elded which potapany." It k'tielieved r ,kvvm Ss, IjwC March 17. Jfr. W. KM.' ' i fall a m nr aOtoakrawoWiMW0W" to JeA'i' Sp,s J" ' the.McCraary grd,Mder erge.efJ j. Traaey sinieteajaow 8f sataral gas ata fenr'iF - -- ' at !. VAV .M.VB. JI -llXbl WBUl.rWJ MBMI) kWMK7AataJt;j , will be .Mat, tfcoagk at Oa dapthfof 45 feet while; dr ill W ;8fce; SeHeattwr, Capt 3?m4 "n t : c It Ht Jr., , rafte "" -the Iiei&ugiea - eoMpaaThaa beam . vreir"a'lik;rm-oe J l: 3oUby re-ri- day morning found a wrecked family boat named the "Tidal Wave." It had presumably been run down by a steamer in the night. A diary, containing a letter addressed to Mis Stella Harper, of Ravens-wooW. Va., and signed by Louis Shutt, of Springdale, Mason county, Ky., and also a piece of paper addressed to Jacob Shutt, Maderia, O., were found. Uhe boat was seen Friday with one man aboard. A memorandum in the diary, dated July 0, stated the boat left New Richmond on that date, and another, dated May 1, said he was in the Portsmouth jaiL Clothes wcro found on the boat. d, WRECKED BOAT Ky Was There found Near Vnc-bur- ;. L'Trs Lost? VjLKCKnuno, Ky., March lli. Walter Gilgln, two miles west of here, Mon- vatched our helpless she who ell :: s VPS? iMm s r im'iWM. . tffM itm , infancy and guided our first totter-in- ? re-el- step. (Ex-pecta- iflfl 1? iTiic life of every WiMI mum: m - ra J"" Sound Lungs I it Tfin To brin- the money saving public to our store. A telling attack on values. ness unfooked for even by the most exacting. Our constant endeaver to iiunu t quality up and crowd the price down brings the knowing shopper here an.l n ..k , - ,. this the nt Mother is beset with danger. ore kept sound and weak longs are made strong by Dr. Bijlis o remedy Pine-Tar-Hon- TVIother's Friend" iom of the most wonderful efficacy in all lung affections. "A yearafo I had a long spell of fever that settled In my lnngs and cansed a severe cough. My physicians thought I would not recover, bnt Dr. Hcix'h stopped the congh at once and soon restored me to health." GEO. A. ALLEN, Clear Springs. Ky. a scientific Busiest Furniture Store In Central Kentuckv, reeeived nearly every day, and by so ..., ,. Mantel Beds. Chi If on always have the very latest designs. Upright Folding-BedOak, Curley Birch and Mahogany. all in Ash, and Separate s. r pin JUII6S I)6(rIQ0ni j Bed-Steads, at all l ntW 1 11 PrfrAC n Onz, Walnut and Birds-Ev- e Maple ,ir, 1. .. - t sec-rota- ry Side-Board- s, s, I HONEY S UV 26 a, A "Mother's Friend" OefLine of Rockers SUPPLY THE TRADE Elm, jilt CurlyOik, ;j Birch, Mahojranv 2.V-2- 4 and WHIo - expreion Jau-uar- I ly -- 1 " fail anti-lynehin- g 7R nZ - hj I I 1 ex-Chi- ef B uchanan & Bigsrers L. y I ECONOMIST fj(! B9 FREIGHT. DRINKS. rHa pa Si Great :: Slaiigh ter st SALE OF aaj Ly-to- OdMTE Lns 4 hoes : 32 coun-cilme- S-- 1 A .- ,- -- A .1,- - w Boots and Shoes THRICE-A-WEE- I lUnDE 8DDEI I n Freeman Brother! w I life-ter- m s ljrBriJBrl3pJapI m - - Can-li- a c ccaasseGS6eSae6S3aea aerc r ..... ...........a 1 rccom-menle- Cyn-thian- a. xro u ATZ-rtt-T fcrV-SJ:ax-- A ?i -- B H 11 25-2- 7 Idea 5 vnA. ..0 d C- YOV ar ..ie .o g, ?ILE u JHP&1ESI Clnt-ien-U GOBI jr a v m U .8 ..S ti two-oun- 5SViJ. rrl. - W ...a on v. iaaaaaaa4 J larMtM-OO- : r3.i5-JS.73- ii-fi- & SniKP-AX- G1ASS Largest liveryPeItnd THE ml 6. T. FOX, W Stable in Eastern 33-- 11 WILLARD Bei 1 quarter-bloo- NURSERIES 1 taj-rln- o. 1 quarter-bloo- lpi THE CLlillAX, $iN I -- tv( r RUST'S conox .... .... Oats-No- PIGEON - QEI 'f tiWLrMllllL 1 !. 'i - -- c-'- Gal, ,t j '.; appll-eati- oa 1 -- ArWTAVVA u - - "- -- v. t ,. wy ! ." jlis-i- wtrf cinaMtii liDaaflweirta a' i " WHa-ft""- , 3L- -. Bai.af ?- - RHTJES$a-Sre S V i . - . ; r? 'ineafW- - j - j Ztaxteciea.'XjC ' W.G.WitDN r.aLLj'-EM- I 1 ' - f M ikv, $2.50 PER DSV . V'Z- B9!&tBBHaaQMiBaaBaBBVSHBa9 sjijr..,jH