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When Will Democracy Die. the Ovin to numerous requests, we publish tlie folowiiiji lines tliat appeared in these coluuis tome ye.trs ajjo: When the lion eats grass like an ox And the fksiiwonn swallows the whale; When tennpins knit woolen socks And the hare is outrun by the snail; When serpents walk upright like men NUMBEIl "Nothing else like ii:', The inost refrsshtni? and xi fl 48. Tl ARMING, U - wjsii to caution all users of Sitamons ! i it r on a subject, of the deepest ' -- i htiJ nnjwrtance to their health bip iheir lives. The sole proprietors i m Simmons Liver i in hc-- m Regulator "i i it ciMOTiers are often deceived by n a i.l taking some medicine of a ' appearance or taste, believing it to . ihiuivh Liver Eegulator. We warn i 'hat uniVss ilie word Eegulator is on p t kas;ein- - bottle, that it is not Simmons Ami doodlebugs travel like frogs; -r KuUtir. No one else makes, or When grasshoppers feed on the hen h s mad" Simmons Liver Regulator, or ,n vi 'imp coital Simmons Liver Eegulator, And feathers are found on hos; u! I H Zeihn&Co.andnomPdicinemade When Thomas-catf- a swim in the air i . aiv me e si is the same , We alone can And elephants roo-- t upon trees-Whet n up and we cannot be responsible, if I insects in suminei are rare nedicines represented as the same do And bitnfl never makes people sneeze; n t hel.. vou as you are led to expect they w 11 Be.ir this fact well in mind, if you have When fKh creep o or dry land Iieen in the habit of using a medicine which And mules 611 velocipedes lide; yon supposed to be Simmons Liver Regula- When foxes lay eggs in the sand the name was somewhat like And women in diess take no pride; tor it and the package did not have the word When Dutchmen no longer drink beer r on it, jou have been imposed And girls get to preaching on time; i.p n and have not been taking Simmons La er Kegulator at all The Eegulator has When billygoats butt from the rear I pen favorably known for many years, and And treason is no longer crime; all who ae it know how necessary it is for When the humming biid braj fa like an ass Fever andAgue. Bilious Fever, Constipa- And litiiberger smells like cologne; tion Headache and all disorders Wfien plow shares are made out of glass anting from a Diseased Liver. We ask you to look for yourselves, and An 1 ihe hearts of Kentiiekians are stone; see that Simmons Liver Eegulator, which When ideas grow in bullet shape 1 heads you can readily distinguish by the Red Z And wool on the hydraulic rain on wrapper, and by our name, is the only Then the Democratic party will be dead medicine called Simmons Liver Eegulator. And thi4: country won't be worth a cent J. II. ZKIL1N & CO. S lelbv News. Take i 1A .r i- i n Kpr-uiato- Dyi-pepsi- Simmons Liver Itegulalor. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. The Cause of Free Silver Coinage. 3Uv MILT-UK- !) GOLDEN. ti: o. rapiie'r and TYPEWRITER. It n hmom), fcv Kentucky. .TT0-lT3Y- niijvimiHj A .11 Eurnam'&. S. p IV. MILLER. Atto nby-a- t- Law, - IllCHMO-.D- , HanV. Kbktucky. foW-l- y P armtr's National Office in the rturnam Building, next door to C. F. HDBVAV. W. S. MOUKRLEV. B JRNAM MOBERLEY. Attoeveys-at-La- RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. occu31-3- 9 Oppicb in Baraim BhiWids, recently pied bj A R. Brnam. J -- ii v . A ttokn v, KENTUCKY. IIK'HMOXI), t:lie over Taylor's Hardware store, op-j- i Court Htmse, on Main afreet. c - II. 15. IKHiti, .1 ttorne v .1 r la - En iimond, ( di-e - r. Kentucky. 31-3- No. 13 Firat St.. up stairs. 0 (iUANTIi LILLY, A TTORNEY--A I'm iimod, - T LA II', Kentucky. e Office S. W. htret-tr-t count up etairb. Will practu-- in sill tlie omrts of MadiMjn and ndjuiiiiiij: ! corner ilain ami Fccoml and Court of Apjteals. J.C D 4-- JI. CIIENAULT. ATTORNEYS AT L.UV, Kentucky, Richmond, OTice on Second street, over artH'erv. Chen-anil'- s CREEN CLAY, A TTORXEY-A T-L-A '.V. liirhmtmd, C'olli-ctiwn'5 --- Kentucky. 13- ol'citod. - strsTiT M a li;. - DR. II. R. GIBSON, P1IYSICIA X AXD SURGEON, KCNTUCKY. RlCHMOI. I't.Kiw lmftdtflg. iS and to SecOlEce in the 17- ond Street, oirer Wane . ed drmstere. Je CIIAS. HOOKER, I ETEIITXARY SURGEOX, Den'try and Sterility a Specialty. ver New Yerk Store, cernei RKhmwH1 46- - Grmlwiti OnUtriu Veterinary QMege. Veterinary OSice a Mhib awl FlMt str stre. IL C. Ttlepoone Medicine and Surgery. Oflice Collins Ihiilding, MainStreet. lit icii'lence (the Ciirr ptaec) lre.tdwa . or. JASPER, M. J) RlCIIMOXD, Kentucky DR. O. A. KENNEDY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kkxtcckv. Richmond, ttam OSce in Smith Building, No 204 Main Street, nj Olnce hourc 11 to 1 ani t to 5 o'clock. DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Richmond. KEN-rccv- ... - A Telephone at office and residence. - nnquircr. The conference of silver leaders at Denver 011 Monday last was an event of more importance to the caue of fiee coinage than an thing that has. happened since the election. It was attended by Senator Jones, of A Kansas the Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, Senator Teller, of Colorado, and twentj-fiv- c other prominent men, incliid-i- g the Cha;rman of the Democratic Congresfr'onal Co nmittee. After the which was neld with closed doois, the Chairman of tli3 Democratic National Committee and the Chairman if the Democratic Gnigrewuii.il Com mittee left Denver for Salt ke City. The main object of thej-- movements is understood to be a general plan for the continuous circulation of free coinage lit- eratuie throughout the country, and especially in the doubtful elates. This, work is to Ikj accomplished by the Wood Longmoor's Wit and Wisof active prominent advocates of dom. bimetallism m the several states. While the good work above defx;ribed is going on, the enemies of bimetallism are The following arc bright sayings gleaned frOra the Frankfort Ledger for the delectation of doing everything in their power to deClimax readers, ceive its fiiends into the belief that they are working in the interest of internationScience teaches us that nothing is lost al himetallu-m- . They are like those in the great plan of the universe, and 'who stole the livery of the Court of that the destruction or disappearance of IUaven toscne the Devfl in." Having any material object from view but prosold the M iAiui-- . coventiou for a price claims its existence in other form. We measured by the necessary campaign would be highly gratified if science would fund, the shifty politicians in that body inform us what form has been or will be where permitted by thir Wall street assumed by a few former Democrats iu employers to declare for international Kentucky who are lost and refuse to be bv agreement with the leading found. Some people affect to believe commercial nations. lint they were re- that there is a compiiison between Carquired to pledge the Republicans party lisle and Teller. Nothing of the kind. to the maintainaiice of the gold standard Carlisle threw principle aside aud beuntil these nations including Great Ilrit-ia- trayed his party to worship at the golden would join a free coinage policy shrine, while Teller spurned gold and disThe promise of bimetallism upon such carded party for a principle. That's the conditions is juft about as sincere as difference in the two men. Teller is rewould le the promise of the devil to join spected even by the pirty he renounced, the Presbyterian church at that indefi- while Carlisle is detested by old friends nite date when he cm put up ice. It and will never be fully trusted by new We hear very little these steins iiicreditablc that any friend of bi- allies. metallism could be deceived by such a bright days of the mongrel ticket for fraud, and yet huiidieds of thousands of county offices, which is made up princiRepublicans w ho are opposed to the gold pally of renegades from the Democratic standard voted for McKinley upon this party, and a few Republicans who hope promi-- e Tliey were so devote to the to crawl into office through the grave of piriy name and the party organization Democracy, as it w ere. But Democracy with which the had so long been asso is far from being dead, aud is a very liv e-ciated that the nbmission 111 the .St, ly corpse indeed in this neck of the I.ouis platform that bimetallism was des- woods; so much so, in November next irable served lo keep them withi'i their will show a larger Democratic majority party lines These men were made the than ever in old Franklin couutv. of candiThe most prominently-spoke- n dupes of knaves. "Knavery's plain face to be hated needs date for Governor on the Democratic but to be seen." ticket is Judge Win. II. Prjor, This plrtin face is now being uncov-eie- Justice of the Court of Appeals. Judge Kvery step taken the Republican Pryor is a true and tried Democrat, an party oit thissuhject since the election is eminent jurist, conscientious gentleman a direct step toward Wall street. The and bus a clean record to stand on. banking fraternity of the country, with- Should he be selected to lead the Demo out regard to party, was represented by cratic forces iu the forthcoming conflict, the self elected convention held at there will be little doubt of the result, after tl.e election. It favored as his very name is a word to conjure every heiesy advocate by the gold stau-lar- d with among Kentucky people men. It was lmsii'e to rce'ihackb George Washington, whose memory we and to all forms of United States nies, revere and honor today, delivered this and aiso to silver com and silver teiuii-cate- gloi ions co tin try from the yoke of Great It was in favor of gold as theonly Britain, and William Jennings Bryan money, and private bank note not a le will deliver it from the no lees galling gal tender, as the onlv circulating mel- - yoke of the gold barons of Wall and iiiiii. It favored a monetary commission Lombard streets. Washington was the to b? created by law appointed by the champion of political liberty for a vouug President, which would formulate all and Btuggling nation, and Rrjau is the these rchemes for en.u tmei.t into law. champion of the sacred liberties of a great people. Washington was not sucPresident McKinley, in his iiuigural, remarked that if Congress should cessful in his first battles against a pow- create Mich a commission, he would ap lerfnland anogant enemy, and neither sxiiut nonpartisans of eminence. Every was Rryan. But George kept on until he body of seuseknows that got there, and the present indications are is an uncompromising partin of thegold that William will follow suit. standard. 1 he President did not recom-miii-d t icciea i n f j nstii h cemmissh n There are points that all editors, rein tlirect terms, but he evidently had the porters and type setters should remen.-be- r. recommendation of the Indianapol's Be careful to give credits at top in mind The idea of a not end of long articles. Typos should inonetarv commission cuia lati g from never set a stick of type aside without that source. This proposed monetary comparing with copy. Paris Kentuck commission must not be confounded with iau. 1 e n, 1 ef d. 1 s. cau-tiou-- ly , international monetary conference, for it is entirely a homo affair. It is a little Congress on w heels to do the business of the big Congress, vvliich, it is alleged, docs not know enough to legislate. Any bill introduce! in Congress for the creation of such a commission to steer Congress will be purely and simply a gold standard measure It would be drawn by a New York lawyer employed by J. Pierpcnt Morgan and his associates. T.ie men appointed under it, if such a bill could pass, would be men who would sit around a table with J. P. Morgan and his attorneys and recommend just such a system of finance as would enable the syndicates which he leads to make the most money and create the most distress among the people. Any friend of bimetallism who is entrapped into voting for the creation of such a commission will be doing the work of Wall street. If he knows this and votes for it, he will be a knave. If he does not know this and votes for it, he will be a fool. Let no such man be trusted. We believe it to be goo 1 policy to throw-nobstacle iu the way of the Republican Administration in the passage of the tariff bill. The Republican leaders have assured us that that way prosperity lies. The real leaders of the Republican party care no more for protection than they do for the Mohainme Ian religion The opportunity was given them in 1S90 to retain the McKinley tariff law on the statute books, if the Sherman siver pure i: se law could also remain. They promptly decided to throw protection to the djgs rather than allow a continuation of a limited silver coinage law. The real struggle in Congress at this extra session will not be 'ietw eeu the friends and opponents of proteclion. The real struggle will soon develop itself, and w ill be found to be between the representative of Wall btrcet and those of the people. The former will vote for the monetary commission, demanded by the bankers, brokers, and wreckers of Wall street. The latter will vote against any monetary commission to serve as a mask for Wall street operators. I.ct J. P. Morgan come to Washington with his syndicate and tell the committee of Congress what they want. That would be a manly thing. Bu we want no sneaking jobbery, no monetary commission advocating the schemes of the syndicates under a false pretense of beiug actuated by public motives. o RQYAi Count Your Ancestors And Find You Are Kin To Everybody. The meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution at Washington recently renders apropos the following interesting, and perhaps comforting, solution of the ancestral probltin which is now agitating the minds of so ninny young Amcr'cns, F. F. Vs., D. A. It's, etc. New Firm lie Speediest We Send it FREE! -- TO pleasant Soap for the skin. J Young and Old. President, Judge J. C. Chenault, you have 12S. As jou go a little further they rise to Mrs. R. E. Turley, Secretary, R. Edgar Turley, Treas- the thousand.", bo that, if all your diiect for twenty generations be addurer, J. A. Higgins, Examining Phy-sicin- aiicet-tored together, they amount to over a milr Dr. J. M. Foster. Among-otheobjects it is designed "to re- lion, and if you go back another twenty ceive and report to the proper head- degrees, they total 1,000,000,000,000 quarters the case of a homeless or more people than there are iu the child to the State Superintendent of world at the present moment, if you leave out Asia. the Children's Home Society." Now, as forty gcueintions arc equal to SOLICITING COMMtTTEl:. only about 1,200 years, if you were Thos. Thorp, Miss Ruth Crow.Mre. M. to calculate back to the begiuning of A. Lynn, Mr. S". F. Rock, Mrs. Nannie the woild, you simply couldn't find figHogg, Mrs-J- . W. Zaring, Mr. Thos. E. ures to express the number of your blood Arnold Miss Sudic Russell. relations Vice-Presideu, Granilf.itheis and grandmothers are very pru when they can boat of having a p.i t y score or two of descendants, ttiit n o.ie seems to be aware of the mils he has fur boasting of the number of his ancestors. Has it ever occurred to you to count back in a direct line? If not, try it now, Absolutely Pure and you will be astouihhe 1. At the firbt Celebrated for its great leaven'ng icinove you have two father and mothstrength and healthfulness. Assures er. At the next step vou have four the food against alum and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap wo grandfathers and two grandmothers. brands, .boyal bakimo powder CO., NEW YORK. Each of these has had a father and a mother, so that ou have four greatThe Children's Home Society. grandfathers and four Each of these has had two patents, so that at the fourth generation The Madison County Local Advisory Board of the Kentucky Chil- back you have sixteen ancestors, at the at the sixth dren's Home Society organized with fifth you have thirty-twyou have and at the seventh : the following officers Inn, Surles HEADCOAUTEnS FOE Kennedy, ilSZ&j m (Next door Richmond Nat. Bank.) rmasks-JnSDICATEa Rejoice with us in the Discovery. When a man has suffered for years vith a weakness that blights his life awl robs him of all that reallv make life worth living, if he avail Imiiseif of a complete cure, w hy not possvatl.e moral pai-kag- m i 5 D. H. Baldwin & Co.'s Pianos anil Organs. ffiinSREOUgggi ml ni n 1 POWDER New Home Sewing machines. q. ii S!iriS vm m it s I Ji J The Finest Kigs, The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- Standard Kitchen Cabinets. Agency Provident Savings Life Insurance Co., and Old g Tm.TYrns57rc I'Jil T E O" g I lJLji.ctJirrpi DPirc riH.Kr;;i..i rei tk: gjlS j -- . courage to stop his downward course. We will send ou by mail, A1XJLUTC-b-Y FISEK, in p'ain the All I'owerful UK. llmiAV VITAI, witha legal giwr-antto permanentlv cure JIAX ee i 1 It lasts twics as longf zz others. A trial w II convincs ycu of its great merit. VilI plcasa t--; most f:tidiou3. II0III), SKLF-ABr.sK- Continental Fire Insurance Company. w tention. The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Your "Cousin," mcIilO-t- CHARLES F. KILLER, lfr. ct FCNCIl ?- L' EOAPS AND FCRFL.V.ERV, 0 TCrET .SADDLER1 i ' L Lancaster, Penn. ESTABLISHED, X859. .. . emaciated Xo C. O. D. fraud nor recipe deception. If we could not enre, we would not seiwl our medicine FKKK tu try, and pay uhen Mtistieti. Write as this utav Hot Address apjiear again. org-uisto-da- drain. Returns to former appearances MIIIIT bh.UHIi VARU'lli'KLK, MiPS forever KMISSIONS and ail unnatHral ," WKAK-NKS- l.lr lHT m ii'J a? o, bixty-fou- r, &.&. &'K?5 -- jiiiy eAvSa&K -- x" res & - Western Hedicine Company, Fa Ga Oo 5e MAKE nr UCOKFOEAIED. 24- - 25 Kalamazoo, 31 irk. P. B. BROADBUS, Hunley's Old Stand. No. 26. C- 3- tsj TMsllliiiili I I American Beauties EC.CO'5 r--- r FREE EDUCATION. ( V V CORRECT Ttifi7"T BRIDGEFORD'3 on Ar Cos ARTISTIC ECONOMIST RANGE, ! ATWaiEnAZBEu'3 Livery Stable. harness, cheaper than can be bought any where in Richmond. One us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction feb2I-t- f guarantcd. hand-mad- Geo. White. e An eilncation at Harvard, Yale, or any other college ir intitutkiit of learning in the United States, or in the New England Conferva- tory of Musir, can be by any young man or woman wln it, in eanrest. Write for particulars ijui. klv. .ii Rron.tield t . Ronton, Mass. 'ei-nre- d y A v JMhI. uvir 4 ' ASSOCIATE MEMBEnsMAGISTEHIALDISTKICT. SEE THEM! EXAMINE THEM PURCHASE THEM! All kinds of EFFECTS, G. D. White, Vhites Sfation, Ky., Glades District. M. F. A rb tickle, Kirksville, Ky.. Kirksville District. W. L. Crutcher, Richmond, Ky., Richmond District. L. F. Oldham, White Hall, Ky.. Foxtown District. E. E. Million, Million, Ky., Million District. Dr. John Harris, Union, Ky Union District. W. L. Searcy, Waco, Kv Waco District. R. D. Pettus, Kingston, Ky, Yates District. T. B. Graham, The Kircball Parade. e, n. EAST BOUND District Superintendent. DUTIES OF ADVISORY 150A3DS. I. To organize at once, upon appointment, by the election of, president secretary and treasurer. 2' To receive and report to the proper headquarters the case of a homeless child. 3. The Kimball Piano Company deserves to succeed if energy and advertising lead to success. Yesterday afternoon they exhibited their pluck and business determination by a second street parade with a bras band and a number of wagons loaded with pianos and organs. This parade exhibited the second large shipment of instruments received by the agent of this company at Lexington within the pabt six weeks. The price and quality of these pianos must appeal to the public from the number Mr. Sutherlin has had shipped to him. It was thought at first that this house had opened here for a short time only, but it seems that it has met with such success that it has come to stay. Lexington Herald, Mar 21. D3. PEFFER'3 fSYAL-TANS- Y i. & b. hi if. U No x No. 3. No. a. Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sua ExSwi A PILL No-eiu-m.- . T (r"V3 m, S L X ioh Am MKVMSrOVFRY. KEYFKFULS. . ew,ieiiaijienjid??rerQij-f.urup.ii, exrv itc, scanty c pnm' r llU'ii. tumt ion. nseti tv orrr HO.OOC '55 'ttle- - lnricrrat3tl.esa orvans. leware of 1mU ei.u i3:t.i:t!i. K&nu t uvj T1 ( 0m Vu btn !"! t TT-- ' bej I 4c ii V feilu l.. plilo vr--- r. I Maniiaf particuia fold ! IloCRj 3",rinici!l,-oraJ..reIWI I IJ MF Ii ' CAX.A3UC2AriV.V Ill i.l V by Itichn.oi.il Drus Co. W JSL i All Tune Table Xo. 5 On Each Box. Lengths, .S T ' I 27, Taking PTect ?HH- day, No ember 8, lMtC. 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. ii Versailles Nicholas ville Valley View Million Richmond- -. Untoc .. Mobtrly Panola . Irvine. M. IC 11 ?5 . 4S 6 40 7 3S A. M. sss .. H . AVIiite. I NEWEST MODELS. FANCY ind W.WRialfr2SrJ It t r 75 S 12 IO KZ 10 55 11 M. 12 H5 3d SS?sri iStPJElvM T! WEAK lllllljf ELBE Wis. iiiii&f?iB SOLD IN RICHMOND. mtS lflDE VI0"5S5 nt, Kentncky Under Radical Rule. Georgetown Times.) toll-gat- e The raiders in the RepubliTo accept a child in case of any em can county of Lewis, wbo in the broad ergency, subject to the approval of the light of day, without any attempt at disState Superintendent. guise, rode through the streets of the 4. To icceive aud report applications county town and boasted that they desfor children. troyed the as they came to 5. To give information and supply them, have not been arrested andare not blank application papers and other relikely to h The Maynville Bulletin quisites when solicited sav s it has it from a reliable source that 0. To report the character, standing, and financial ability of a family ap- County Judge Hillis not only told the raideis that he nppioved of their action, plying for a child, obtaining satisfactory but actually 'oak them to bar rooms and testimonials from reliable sources to drinks. This judge who thus 7. To obtain in writing, when so tieated encourages lawlessness in a candidate directed by the Slate Superintendent, the He is a shining reprelegalsurreuder of a child offered the for icelection sentative of the party thatclaims to stand Association. 'for law and order." 8. To discreetly supervise the work of the Society within the local jurisdk tiou, OUR CLUBBING LIST. and give such assistance as may be in their power to the Superintendents or Agents of the Society; and especially Magazines, Newspapers, and Other Publicato report at once to proper headquarters tions at Reduced Rates by the any case of abuse or neglect of a child. Climax Company. D. To receive donations when neces Below will be found a list of periodicals 6ary for the Society and to remit the 6ame without delay, to the proper which the Climax will order for its subscribers only provision being its reduced rates, authority, keeping a correct list of at the subscription thethe Climax bo paid up to that donors. one year in advance. By reference to the 10. To aid in the circulation of the prices quoted below, it will be found that we Children's Home Finder and other can save you from five cents to one dollar on every publication named. literature of the Society. following prices include the Climax: II. To keep correct minutes of their Arena ?3 75 .. 3 25 proceedings, and a record of all children American Art Journal, Music. S 13 American Art Review placed within their jurisdiction; also a Breeders Oazette 2 15 4 60 record showing when nud by whom child- Century Magazine 1 95 Cosmopolitan.1 65 Weekly Courier-Journren have been transferred. 1 45 Weekly Commercial Gazette 12. To repoit in writing any matter of Weekly Enquirer 1 CO 2 C5 importance not specified in the above Demorest's Magazine Frank Leslie's Weekly. 4 So 3 4G frank Leslie's Monthly rales. 1 85 Detroit Free Press 13. To promptly notify 3 75 the State The Forum 4 15 Magazine .. Supcrintaudent of the removal of any Harper's Weekly . 4 35 Harper's 4 35 ........ family having a child of the Society, giv- Harper's Bazar 2 65 Round Table Harper's ing, if possible, their new address. 3 65 . The Independent toll-gates al Semi-Week- ly Sill s S BED WETTING CURED OR NO PAY. Mks. B. M. ROWAN, acta powcrfQi-- r aad ira bt h I.r ot.era fMl. Vnrr En regain TiPnrw ver Toiithful vior. artectt to Cue cr nune"W,. 1iiii yJ- rcl a otcn-- y, Fsii!iry SI"mc , x Whcr - s and a'l ejects of slf arru t or t jinUrrtiGn. Wpri!s olf tncani y aid r i h Unzx a wur;hU ssm t t finurgt irapoo ; iOutp'aneUyl'Iu3?crrf-rproQt- li n I'JC W.P5RS ft lYGSSv ov - nd . ; &o earned is vctjoc!:ct. lTccaid pi tt. or G for m h A f o- icr. ! per r1ttrn Oas.ran(s t Cure irl"cfjn " inp7. laniph!tfr,.ooUi b tirucists. r "- "I ! ".! ASV, .Iilciise, p3i-L- 7- tila t lDf. nitid if ffiSS, ISDW fPZZ272V D ipag DORSET Brnsticw MH. 12 12 2 12 T 330 i2 ia s 2 3 3paf t cn t "42 I 1 IS? tJ No. 2. No. 4 .No.S. N'Skia WEST BOUND Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Su Ex San fanula loberIy Union Richmond Million Valley View NichotMviHe "er'aiHe Irvine A. . M M. r So i , P.M. It PE?FF.B53 - &&iW!m PLAIN. FEATHERBOHE W. D, 0LDHA31 febl0-6- m .. . .. 6 20 6 34 2 3 m ., ll 3 4 js jg jj Co A. M. 4 4 h'ta Iot 60s 6 s8 35 1 t7 3 23$ 2 3a 549 5 5 $eo 6 S AIt "ac, bt, 1 jiin rf Gb -- SOLE MANUFACTURERS. SOLD av a. 11. ia r.iu A 4; 10 SI r. M. s V S a. m. sI. & C0HPANY. S'oUl by Uichinoii'l Drujj Co. eml W. G. Milwauije, White. mch3-l- y L. & S'. B. E. K. O. DIVISION. In Effect 31.ir.cu 1, ISSG. Win- - Trains -- etwees LobbyiBc atl VcniiUfi -. TraiHi betweea Cucmaau aad Niclinlnsvq laily. All traaj coBsect with Soother- - K Iway ta ir1 from LosisviIIe. as- - wtth the P. to ami from I inciLRali. Yoa caa spend fire hoars ta LaaTStea)Mtsx boars ta Ciactaaati or is aoars ta Lexmt4m aa retara to Rtchawad at zjo a. m. CX.CiT. UK. Of Shclbyvillc, W. ItlliKY Ky., I'ecommcnils Wright's Celerv Capsules. Sliflhwilie, Kv, May 20, "JC. To Wriht Medical Co., Col., O : dent's I have purchased a bos of (IN KEMUCKY ) uvijy Wricbt's Celery Capsules from G. 1 Mitiiieltoii, druuist, and used them for 15. 1S07. bcheilulo In efTert F-Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation ami found that they crave me imNo a No. t MX I EASTBOUM) 1 think it an 7 i5a.il Ajarm botpai mediate relief every time. .. Lv LtuUvillc 9 Hin 5i.fipm ! Ar. &heibyillo exLcllent remedv. i0 OJin H2m v.pra ArUrencHUK 10.23am ft3pm laitpm Ar Versull Yours very truly, . IflVJim Titopin 10 iCpm Ar T.ex'tvzlPn .. 9 w Geo. W. Kilcv. n 1 ZT'2il lv. Express l'ari-"- for Cincinnati, . M. , RAILWAY. l. cheater ami C.2o M. MaysilIo, 2.03 1.10 11.43 . a 1 m. 111 K- -. Ar SheibyTiUe Ar. Loulsvlllo Trains Nos 1.2. (.hair Cars. EASTinDND No I No. II 3 5p n 7 4aru tllpu 10 UUm 7 Upm iat9jm 7 5 pm 11 01 m EASTUfU.NP 1 I.v Ixiiixto.i Ar. Vors.ille ; Ar L.'renceb-i- .. . . Nn 74..1U a IU.5j.in a 0am a.lpu 50 in &"0in alopai i.tam 9l7in .:pm COvjm 7&jpm 1 ' m L4i:.m r 3 m 7JSS mail. Cincinnati. Paris, Mays-r- . ville, Winth es ter and Lexington mail. 1.05 Livingston, London, Jel 12 55 lico. Pineulle. Fast line for Livingston, a. m. 19 London, Jellico Knoxvillt Fast line for Cincinnati r. m. 11 43 Paris Winchester. m Kowland Imcaster am Lexington i. akv m V sou Get the Profits Of Dealers, Agent?, Jobbers nd Middlemen "by buying rect from the manufacturer. 52L -- n di- ffifftA 1.2 j "tanfort. 1 10 liOV TO FIND OUT. 7Jli.im No. INo "7 "3.spui 701px II OTim 7 30p'n lilSpm BASIOjU.nD S'dti 634pa 'a;3im 7 15j..ii 9 liam Fill a bottle; or common water glas with urine and let stand tucntr-foti- r WE5TD5CNJ. So lipo lt hours1; a sediment or settling indicates a STA IONS. Lv Louisvit Ar 7 .opmlo ha.n Ar Iirncbrz Ar ilim 8 -- win diseased condition of tl.e kidneys. 31pm 7 3iam Ar Harodsbg r 4 .Onml 7.;im r Uureln L. When mine stains linen it isposithe WitSTBOOO evidence of kidney trouble. Too fre N'a 16 tN'o M. srArli'N O warn 7 5.ipni quent desire to urinate or pain iu the L.v Louisvll A Kr snelbtil Ar 9I7im d3ipm proof that the Ar Verslies Ar a.iliim t pra back, is also cunvinciii Ar Midway Ar 7 4lan. Ar Genrstn I.vl 7 nrj Hpm kidneys and bladder are out of order. 1 1 1 and carry Tree Oojcrra-tto- n 4 to J2 CD o iTll George Thorpe, f CO w;r S-fS- &&mf rrt vl J No better wkeei mads than the Acm&' iritfr. i o yde ma m Il wS 3 J b Built in our own skilled workmen usm the ce material aiiJ the motimproe t machinery, "'o hza no cgen' Sold direct from factory to tl rlcLr, fully warranted. Shipct.i anywhere for examination. ory fl! WES UOUMX N"o 6 tNo STATIONS. N"o. 1 tN'O i. . 7. 45am iaspm .v Uoul.vii Ari I idj m . aipm ftlOpni L ersl es Ar 7 55nm KUlpm II 05am 7 31pm Ar NlcblvIllAr 0 "Sam 4 l'ipn (SOiair. 3 Iipm I! l!Snm 8.3Dm ArR.chmo"JL lOiim 1 i0,.ml Ar Irvine Lv 1 31pm Ar Lexiieton Ar Lv LouUtlile. stati )NS. No. 10 7 1 1 Nc 7 404m Wra lupm 4Jam For copy of Children's Home Finder. or information about the tcorjt of the Amcia-ioaddress. REV. F. M. ELLIOTT, State Superintendent, No. 714 Seventh St., Louisville. K. n, Lippincott's Magazine. . Muncey's Magazine McClure's Magazine .. Review North American . Ohio Farmer Public Opinion Review of Reviews Scnbner's Magazine. . 3 15 60 90 5 25 1 DC 1 . 1 Ar Ashellle. Ar bnvannah Ar J iclconvtlle Ar Cau.nooia Ar Jacksonville Ar. Atlinta Ar Macon Knoxille... ... l.i 4 1pm 7 marxi I i 51pm 4 51am 9 0 7 1 a iipm d oopm ,0 5mm 1 am 51im lipm I 3 IS 90iim o. I 35am IptTi 325 3 1 . t.. CO St. Semi-Week- ly ly St. Louis N. Y. World Kentucky Stock Farm- Louisville Evening Post. Courier-Journal .Nicholas .3C5 1 to 75 75 Lv ChJltanoo.'a.... Ar llirmlngham . s. I jam ,0 05pm Ar Meridian Ar New 1 Orleans.... 2.3im 8 3JJU1 94pn ilium Oipm 2 75 300 X Twice-A-We- LAND, STOCK AND CROP Cyntiiiana A very 6inall crowd iu town. No cattle on the market. There was considerable inquiry for good cattle of any age. We noticed several buyers from Bourbon, among them J. E. Clay and others. A lew common mules and Dorses sold at low prices for home ii6e. Winchester. About 250 cattle on the market and most of these extremely plain. There was a good demand and first clns3 cattle would have brought 4c or better. One lot of god steers were sold by the head, and when weighed it was found that they had cost lie. A lot of good 75!) lb steers where sold at $30 each; heifers weighing GOO or 000-poun- 1 45 Weekly Louisville Commercial 600 N. Y. Journal, daily. . 3 20 N. Y. Journal, Sunday- 1 7C Silver Knight -3 20 Cincinnati Post, daily 1 SO Peterson's Magazine. 5 25 Puck, weekly 5 25 Judge, weekly 1 5 Atlanta Constitution .. 1 45 Atlanta Journal 200 Ladies' Home Journal. Five hundred other journals and magazines with the Climax, at reduced rate-3The Climax Company will take pleasure in attending to orders received by mail. Always Dtate whether or not you are now taking the periodical you wish us to send for. . No. carries Free Chair car LcuUvllle to Lexington there connecting with solid Veul-b- u '1 rain carryln; Pullman fcieepini Car to e Jacksonville via Chattanooga, also to New Or leans. No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeper Loutivllle to Chattanooga, alio Lexington to via Hot Springs.Asacvllle and Pullman Union Sleeper Lexington to New Orleans tDally Eicept Sunday A.'WnEDOx.P &T A. S.T Swirr.P &TA.. Lexineton. Ky. Louisville. Ky W. H Green Gen Sup. J. M- LUiP.T. JL Washington. I). C W.ihlnvton. D C. Jack-onillle - W. A. TUHK.G P. A . Washington. D. C. Wll U. Tayloe Louisville, Ky. A G j? A. Street, between Main and Water, rear of Dillingham building, There is comfort in the knowledge Itichmond, Ky. Ready to do all kinds Acme Cvcle C.'.. of blacksimtlimg promptly iu the best so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's workmanlike manner. jan2T-7 Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney remedy fulfills every w isb in relieving pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary pasaces. It corrects inability to hold urine and scaldirg'pain in passing it, or bad effects following nse of liquor, wine or beer, Tand overcomes thatitiiipleasant necessity i! of being compelled to get up many -- 1 the night to urinate. Tha mild &. k A o and tho extraordinary effect of Swamp-Rois soon realized. It slands the high2 est for its wonderful cures of the most distressing: cases. If you need a nieJicine you should have the best. Sold by dnig-ui-,'- s, o J&(xkrifeZ&'&f t';5-2- jri price fifty cents and one dollar. For a sample bottle and pamphlet, both 03 V Siiit free by mail, mention the Cuii.w., ???e. tW address to -and send yoiu full post-ofliDr. Kitner & Co., Uinghampton, .X. Y. MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IX Tne propretor of this paper guarantee the genuineutss of this offer. "V7HAT TO DO- S-m Oiar.nceresiing OEr C'.ih-r- WRITE FOR t, lad. naaison monEffleiiiai worKs, EBZC EEvIO ITXD E-5- tirae.-ilnrin- ot iPSIi Q c cr. O S c ' a -- Z1 o . A5??l& M 3 - ...... si? 2ls o i : !J lisllk-t-l- fl lbrli5bJl cr HQ (i lK'tidaiNMve'-lV.'MV.ta'WXyjMil3!- AND ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORE. For further particulars, price &c, address, GRKNITE S mONUmeNTS, W. EVANS. M. D., Physician axd SUhobok, Riciimos-d- . mm SHOE d BULLS S SALE. A - Kentccki W. T. Duerson, of Kirksville, has two young Shorthorn bulls for sale, and ready for service. mch24-t- f They are good color and well bred. quart of prevention Is worth gallons of cure The old Wadisoi) MooUDKDfcal Worte- iuch2t-l- y DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in iled'unne and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond 3rriceHOil retl.leiiroo Jilily3 The Style, Fit and Wear could not be improved fur Uouble the Price. iTlilnl -- street. MlTrAL sussr?.T. DR. A. WILKES SMITH", DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky Riv.huusu. Smith building. Mii Street. Office lOUr, tpBO tO 13 II ; 1.03 to 4 I'. M. nyl'ractiee hra.ted in rientUtrr. OfriCE wsSa lawyers. Merchants, ltanl.er?, and $5.00 Shoes arc the productions of skilled workmen, from the best material possible to put into shoes sold at these prices. snocs tor men, ana we make also $iA and L50, $2.00 and 51.75 for boys, and the W. L. Douglas 530 Police shoe, very suitable fcr policemen and others having much walking to do. 7. L. Douglas $30, $4.00 iia letter-carrier- s, mi. esss Wearo constantly adding nei7 styles to our already large variety, and there is do reason why ou cannot bo suited, so Insist on CavinR vv. L uoujias saoes iroui jour dealer. Wo use only Uie best Calf, Russia Calf (all colors), French ratent Calf, X rencn xnainei, v ici niu, eic, graded to coiTesiioud with prices of the shoes. 700 pound 2 to 3c; fat cows 3 ; common TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. bulls 2c; milch cows $25; hogsSJc. llules Tablets. All Take Laxative sold $5 to SI0 higher than last couii; Druggists refund Bromo Quinine fails to Cure. the money if it c imiiion mules 15 to Ihi bauds high, $50 25c. For sale by W. G. White, Druggist, Richmch3-Cmond, Ky. to $65. Democrat. E. P. Dean, Jr. sold at the Pickett Tobacco Warehouse, Iiuisville, laUweek, AJAX TABLETS POSinVEljY CUR1 for June Stone, of Little Rock, lShhda of 9tIoa JLUCA'rrvous Jieae-iFalll- ns orTpImpotency. Bleeplennem, eta, caascw tobacco, entire ciop lot, at the br j Abuao or other Excesses and Indi t 1 ftl $15, 1411, 10 25, 7 SO, 7 30, in old orjonnc.anL 7 restore ot nt a man lor naa jf Dasines or marriage 7 30, 6 30, 4 95, 4 50, 4 30, and 3 SO,. Ciop PrerFnt Iasanitr and GonsaDUon ii tiki Dinum. ThBirte ethow im mod lata lmrroTe averaged $8(5. inieat&ad effects a CURE where all other Xaii upon Ajaz form. It refers to the taking of saying- is - just as true in its new BBaiBBaBBBa-BBB-kBBB MADE ME A MAN tf Vlt-Ji- tj 3 -USt-Pi-rUte QUAUT follo'v-ingpricp- s: boitles. BBBBBaB9 m rr?ir-:i?ijfa--B- 'BSBBBV l Tr-t- In-ni- LITER AR Y NOTES. OLGA NnTIIERSOLK TO WRITE J. C. M0B3JLN. J. A. TATES. DENTISTS, MORGAN & YATES, Richmond, Bank. Oftts-Ma- in I'livsiclans ami all economical men wnar W. L. Dcuglaf Shoes becanso tbey KbiJfeSlllk Kentucky. Street, orer Mtditon National are tbe best. For sale by Ssiliik XcblO-5m If dealer cannot supply you, . rnto W.L DOUGLAS, Brcctlofl.rkts. Freeman Brothers, Richmond, Ky, ij if Catalogue Fees. OJga Nelhersole, the aclress. has turned her attention te writing, and will give 0 Wbo can thin. advice of a practical nature to "The Girl of tome WmDle to Elocution." Her con- - Wanted-Who Aspires tbtsc tap-te- at; Hhermay b Toar ., tributation trill appear in an early issue of Protectjmw Mean; m pS-D. O, foe tfcate Iter. WMW-gto- o. The Ladies Harae Journal. CO., TB.For sale In IUetSaond, Ky., by Hacan J fob3-l- y f Bemdon. Thex Tablets harlriK the cenaine hare cared thousand and will cure jtwl WoRiveapcs-Jtlvwritton miaranto to effect a rare Eft PTC In w I viper each case or refund the money. Price paekaoe; or eis pkts (fall treatmentl for f2.Sfl. I3j price. ircn1ar mail, in plain o w " AJAX REMEDY & 513 when you begin to feel nervous or tired out. m "Why take Johnston's ?" you ask. Because it has stood the test for thirty years, and because what it has done for thousands it will do for you. Quart bottles sell every where foi;i..oo. I i "r - tm. f'J jBBBylaflay iara'afeLa---S--- ?t ''"aBgWi - s J" V " Largest LiveryIiFeed and Sale Stable In Eastern Kentucky. WILUATIS. DAY1S. 'SRCOKS & CO., Detroit, filch. xruvvvT.rinrij'tru-ifM'w'- cr w Idea : fm . KA far Uverettes for ? "- Catatlp-U-oa ir t ana ticic nca-ac- se. 35c n3 E3 j 38-- C. T. 3e -jSold -- br.D;Z4ir. Bi,Taylor, Wace.K. 1--&-- t i, ; . - Sccessrt8 CHs ICy. t sffr2 Far, ,s ' ,- x: fr i?,"5rrir'' , f Vr , (V "p'JbiT & . 1 -3 -- Richmond, r "!. i 1 it Mi I The Richmond Climax. "Wince Ballard is unfit for the duties of Jailer, and cannot make a winning fight," let itaflirm that there is a colored Republican who is fitted for PUBLISHED tVEUY WEBSKSDAY BY the place and able to win, and nomTha Climax Printing Co. inate him! A. D. MILLER. C. . j. a chesault. Proprietors and Editors. WOODS, Associate Editor. J LOCAL, Fifteen Children Born to Them. without a parallel, in this I'KICK PKtt YKAlt, $1.50. county at least, is that of Mr. and S1.25 IX ADVANCE, Mrs. John Forbush,who are respectively 35 and 153 years old, and to whom WEDNESDAY, MAKCII 31, 1S97. last Thursday wa born their fifteenth child. All of the children except one, The Corbin News is simply a il.in ly, a twin, are living. The family resides on the Roonesborough pike just and deserves Bnccess because it is an good sheet. beyond Mr Dan Harber's, and while their home is a small box house they stick Democrats at Frankfort are as happy as the inmates of Windp it out and prevent an election of a Re-- sor Castle. 11 A case all-rou- 1 thecounties of Madron, Jessamine, Clark and I'ow ell. The meeting ill take place at 10 am,, at the I'ccsc Hause, Winches ter, rb :n the time and manner for selee:-ia iJemocratic candidate for Circuit Attorney Judj;e and Commonwealth's will be determined. Justice has rarely been meted out more promptly than in a case which Thursday. April 1, is the day appoincame to our notice here lastSaturday. ted by Chairman Renick, of Clark, for A negro man stole a fine Winchester meeting of the Democratic Committee of rifle from Mr. John RalFard, of near the 23th Judicial District composed of White's Station and sent it to Franklin, Simpson county, Ky., below Rowling Green, near the Tennessee line. Mr. Ballard cair.o in on Friday and notified Sheriff Simmons of the circumstances, and in exactly twenty hours the gun was located, the thief arrested and lodged in jail, and Mr. Rallard made happy over tho recovery of his property. It came about in this way. Sherifr Simmons mailed a letter atS:40 p.m., Friday, to the Sherifr at Franklin, describing the gun, etc.; that oflicer received the letter, located the gun and telegraphed Mr. Simmons before iblicar, which in tirn w prevent the U. is. Senate from passing a bipli UrifT Otherwise they will he responsible for it. A Gun and a nt t ii-- - i L r wWU JMrt. last week. J. W. Masters has built an addition to his ahcidy large storeroom at Perkins. P. E. Phillips, our popular druggist, now greets his customers in his Sons of Confederates Organize which is an attractive bu'ldingou Miss Dora Rus?ell continues to imHesby "Wattbkpos i mad when The first camp of Sons of ConfedMain street. fie is not tifjht and tifrht when he's erates Veterans in Kentucky was or- prove slowly. The Jas. A. Callaus Company of comganized at the Court house in this Mr. J. M. Wright, of New York, a not mad, ele the Curier-.T"Hrnedians struck our city Saturday and lonjrago liavo gotten hack into city, on Saturday last. David It. farmer, is in the city. would played to a crowded house that night. line for party success as Dick Knott Tevis was chosen Captain; Harry Mr. Thos. Palmer and family left Monday night Sowers Brothers assisted i iutthiR up the Rlanton i doinjr. The l'ot 1st Lieut.; Frank French Monday for Rowland. them and made a success. best of arguments for Democratic Adjutant; Rev. Jasper K. Smith Col. and Mrs. I. Shelby Irvine are Capt. Ike M. Asher, buyer ami shij)-perlnrmony, but Mr. "Watter.-o-n and Mr. Chaplain; Tom Collins Quartermas- at home from Chicago. walnut logs, has bought CC0 walIliildeman are out of touch with the ter; Dr. H. R. Gibson Surgeon. A Mrs. T. S. Hagan and child left nut logs from different parties around people, the large majority of them, meeting was called for Thursday here which he will ship to Liverpool, thatV why the Louisville DNpatch next at 2 o'clock, p. m , at Tevis' Monday for Winchester. Miss Kstelle Poyntz returns toEngland, in a few days, lie has one i a n;ceity, and thatV why editor Laundry Otlice, to complete the orlog, a "curlev bird's eye," which he will ganization and to enroll additional morrow from Mt. Sterling. "Walton wiys: The total value of a S1400 diamond was realize $300 for. back in the lniat. Mr. AVat-tro- n, t'harter members. It is earnestly Mr. John K.jGibson has been in the destroyed "Come last Sunday by being dropped and bring your Knitting and hoped that the sons of all Confeder South for about two weeks. The Southern Lumber Co. is running on the marble floor of the Hoffman House Courier-Journ- al you and we ate-- ; Veterans in Madison and other with the Misses Lucia and Esther IJurnam in Xew York, the stone being ' feather- on full time at one of their mills and exwill again together ,'skim the waters counties will attend. At tho decora leave y for Cincinnati. ed" by the shock. "We gladly pass on pect to stait their other mill in a with a "wet sail and a flowing sea tion of Confederate graves here last With two lumber plants in full Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Riggerstalf, this valuable piece of information to and a wind that follows fat," or spring, Rev. Mr. Smith was called left Monday for Mt. Sterling. other members of the Kentucky press so blast, employing 175 men, our thiiving upon for a few remark. His exwords to that effect." city will get a move on herself and bid Mr. Henry P. Moid spent Sunday that Buh Xewlon, Clarence Woods, temporaneous oration was lb. Charlie Lewis, Ed. Walton and other defiance to dull times. Tjie Democratic County Commijtee of the day. Ah his father w.--.s a with his parents at Mt. Sterling. Jay Ei.l Ess. opulent editors who sport headlights on Miss Mary Campbell left on Friday met last Friday afternoon to take steps "rebel" ho knew how to talk, their shirt fronts may have a care for BEREA. regarding the coming primary election, and in five minutes there was not a for :i visit to friends in Louisville. their sparklers when they ernes their the Jessamine Journal. "The meet dry eye in the audience. NeverthePresident Fro-- t returned from the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thorpe and legs over the marble floors in the ing" "was very harmonious and the in less, there was no appeal to pUnHOIli family left yesterday for Droadhead. a few days ago. halls of wealth and luxury. Ilarrods-bur- g Eist extended m the gold Democrat no unpatriotic utterance the story vitalion Misses Maggie Elliott and Mary Baker Mrs. R. W. Miller and son left yesDemocrat. Now if of the lost Cause was rehearsed so w .is certainly the light iwe. arc spending the spring vacation at their terday morning for Huntsville, Ala. affilinot wish to thegoW Democrat!-dpathetically add eloquently that it homes. Mr. and Mrs. Brutus J. Clay reate with the partv, the fault lies with compelled unbounded admiration as Prof. Herrick and his friend. Mr. C. turned on Saturday from Washingthem and i.ot with the committee." it fell from the lips of this young son Hawkixs-Caiitk- i:. Marriage li- Hickok, of Washington, D. C, are enjoywas adopted: of a Confederate, this valiant soldier ton. The following resolution Mrs. Matt Hacker, of Irvine, was cense was granted to Mr. John T. ing mountain life during the vacation. "Relieving that the best interetsof the of the Cross. The Boy' Gleo Club of Berea College, the guest last Friday of Mrs. Joe Hawkins, of Cumberland C5ap,Tenn., people of Kentucky are bound up in the Dichthcria Ragipg. 'and Miss Nannie Carter, of Wallace- - under the able direction of Prof. ThursCarr. Democratic party, and that Democratic ton, rendered an excellent program at The Board of Health has taken control in local atlairs i absolutely esRev. G. W. Young spent last ton, on Thursday last. Wildie, Tuesday evening. Xcvuxd-"Veli.-the IS. Xew-lansential to the peopleV welfare, ae invite prompt steps to prevent the spread Thursday with friends at Williams-towson of Elder Newland, of Gar- Young Ladies' Glee Club will give a conall Democrats, regardless of differences of diphtheria, and over tho signaof opinion upon questions of national ture of Dr. A. W. Smith, Health Major J. D. Harris is the guest of rard, and Miss Mary S. Wells, sister-in-la- cert at Wildie. jioliey, to unite in the selection of good Officer, and T. T. Covington, Mayor, his daughter, Mrs. C. M. Clay, at of D. T. Rogio, of this county, The protracted meetings held by the ha-- , the following address: were granted marriage license on churches in Berea are proving very suc men for the offices, thus insuring to Paris. cessful. The Church of Christ (Union) county an efficient and economiTuesday last. to Tin: citizens ok iiiciimoxd! Mrs. T. T. Covington and family reports over one hundred hopeful concal administraton of local affairs. It is Whereas there have been two left Monday for Spears for a RELIGIOUS. versions. The interest is marked and is ordered that all legally qualified voters deaths from Diphtheria in our city, Democ rats, the Board of Health issues the fol ou the increase, apparently. who consider theniaeives Miss Adler, of Lexington, was the and who will support the nominees of lowing order, viz: Pursuant to The socials held at Ladies' Hall Friday, guest on Saturday of Miss Raj pastors, Sundaynotices given by tho this primary election, and all young men evening services be- Saturday and Monday evenings, were is ordered that parents keep their It but children under the ages of fourteen now under the age of twenty-on- e. gan in thevarious churches at 7:30, unusually long and delightful. InterestMiss Delaii"y, of Covington, has which will continue through tho ing programs were who w ill arrive at the age of tn enty-on- e years within their own premises for rendered, in which years on or before the day of the general the period of one week from this date. joined Miss Fish as guests of Mrs. spring and summer. music, refreshments, readings, etc., alelection in November, lfc'.IT, and who de- Ttiat parents report promptly to their B. J. Clay. Rev. Dr. Vaughan will preach at ternated to furnish enjoyment. clare their purpose to affiliate with the regular physicians should a case of Judge Will Walker, of Lancaster, tho Methodist Church Saturday The Lilliputian social given Thursday Democratic party, shall be entitled to sore throat develop in a family. That wrs the guest on Friday of his broth- night,aiid Sunday morning and night. evening in the College Art Studio by vote in said primary election." during the next three months no er, Mr. Jason Walker. It is the third quarterly meeting for Mrs. Street for her Art pupils, was an child is allowed to attend school Miss Wagers left on Thursday for this Conference year. overwhelming success. Grown people Vxi'EK the new Republican high tariff, while Milfcring with a sore throat. a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Alice Evangelist W. W. Orr,of the Asso- came attired as children, acting their the increase of the tax in certain scbed That children be kept from homes Wagers, at Cincinnati. ciate Reformed Synod of the South. part to perfection, and children came ules is worthy of spccnl notice. On to- where there is illness. Miss Bettie Owings, of Mt. Ster- will begin a series of meetings at New dressed as aged people, dignified and bacco the proposed increase is from 10!l Section 4 of by-laof the city of ling, has been the guest since Satur- Hope Church, near Paint Lick, at 11 stately to a fault. The evening passed to KM per cen. Wool, w Inch paid 44 27 Richmond provides: "Any person o'clock, a. m., April 4th. The meet- in playing such deep, scientific games as day of Mrs. J. M. Poyntz. under the McKinley Rill, is expected to within the city who shall knowingly Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gatewood, of ing will be conducted on the union "Drop the Handkerchief." marbles, etc. pay 54 50 per cent, under tlie"moderate" go or send a child, servant or other principles. All of God's people are The nurse was kept busy scolding and Owingsville, are expected tarifr of Mr. DingleV Woolen yarns person under his control from within asked to lay aside denominational wielding a switch, which had naturally mount from 30 to 100 per cent.; oilclothb a home in which diphtheria exists to visit Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Poyntz. tenets and babies. in their prayers little cflect on 6ix-foi .Mr. and Mrs. Waller Dennett re from 4S to 100. Blankets are raised from 29 into any public place within this city and personal efforts for the salvation Berea College closed its most successto H) per cent ; flannels go up from 4S to or to another person's home, or to turned on Saturday from Frankfort, of souls. The public is eordially in- ful term Wednesday evening, with ap100; dress goods from 40 :55 to 100. Shawls church, or school where they shall as did also Miss Mariawillie Smith. vited. propriate exercises in the College Chapel rise from 40 to 112 01 per cent. Hats of come into the presence of other porMrs. David Rowland and children, the "B" Rhetorical Class blossoming out wool from 3.i to 90 per cent. This tions shall be liable to a fine of $.10.00 of Danville, were the guests last finely under the direction of Prof. B. S. might be pursued indefinitely, but the for each oflense." The foregoing or- week of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Rates Hunting. I lie music furnishel on this give a good idea of the der will be strictly enforced. All White. rales mentioned Smith. William McKiuley, the occasion by Mis' Manmerite Brown. bill, especially in the woolen schedule, phyfcicians are ordered to report any son of Mr and Mrs. W. 11. Howard After a delightful visit of five Einbree, John P. Mann, R. which is the point where protection case of diphtheria which may be seen weeks Miss Julia Higgins Smith, died Wednesday night of mea- Thomseu, and the Euterpians, was one charge. made its most formidable hi' them to the Health Oflicer within home on Monday from Stan- sles. Burial in Richmond cemetery of the most enjoyable features on the Under the present law, in 1S0G, the av- twelve hours. Thursday at 10 o'clock. ford and Danville. program. Especially deserving of menerage rate on dutiable goods was 33.04 A prompt compliance with all the Miss Davel Combs, of Lexington, tion was tfce "The Berea Idler," edited op Toledo, ) City per cent In 1S93, nnder the McKinley foregoing orders may prevent spread came over on Wednesday last to visit State of Ohio, County. by Miss Ruth K. Todd, which was fu'.i of i Litcas law, it was 40.5S per cent. In other of disease. Any failure to promptly grand-daughtfriends here. She is a J'Caexey makes oath that he fun and sparkle. The debate as to Fbaxk words, under the Dingley Bill, in its comply with these orders will be imof LesPe Combs. is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. whether or not the United States should present Ehape, the rate of taxation will mediately punished. Miss Mary Spencer Smith spent Cheney & Co., doing business ia the interfere in bchnlf of Cuba, was spirited be about 17 per cent, higher than it is Done by order of the Hoard of last Thursday in Cincinnati, attend- City of Toledo. County and State afore- amiable. At the close of the exercises, now, and about S per cent, higher than Health and Mayor of tho city of it was under the McKinley law. This Richmond, Kentucky, this 20th ing her sister, Miss Willie Smith, said, and that said firm will pay the sum President Frost made an address of pith who is having her eyes treated. of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and brevity, expressing his pleasure iu percentage is estimated on the amount March, 1807. Mr. It. J. McKeo left yesterday for and case of Catarrh that cannot be the excellence of the evening's enterof dutiable importations. If we comDeath of a Lady Who Had Lived Under Camp Nelson, where he will take cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh tainment, and speaking of his interest pare the tax it6elf now and the probable ing tour in the East. Every President Exccpl Two. charge of E. J. Curley's distillery. Cuke. tax of the Dingley Bill, it will show an FRANK J. CHENEY. increase of some 34 per cent. Mrs. Susan C.White, affectionately Mr. Scott, Camp Nelson, will take Sworn to before me and suliscribed in And yet there are patriots who would called White, died on McKee's place at Silver Creek. Born to the wife of Balev Richards, a my presence, this 6th day of December, go naked and starve that our "iufant in- Wednesday morning last, at 7:30 Mr. W. W. Watts has returned to boy. A. D. 18SG. dustries" might give employment to a o'clock, March 24, 1S97, aged 93 years, his plantations in Texas. "Whilst r--, A. W. GLEASON Miss Nannie Azbill. of Winston, visited few at the expense of all the American 3 months and 20 days. It was our Kentucky has been blessed with people. Notary Public. Miss Mattie Portwood last week. pleasure upon her last birthday, as it abundance of rain," said Mr. Watts, I SEAL I J II. Turpin sold to N. Wagers last has been upon these recurring natal "some parts of Texas have been sufHall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally week 50 head nlhogs for?3.57 per lb. Is The Negro Still a Slave? occasions for ten years, to pay a trib- fering for the want of it." and acts directly on tho blood and muAs might have been expected the ute of respect to this now departed Miss Cora Behton, of Union City, left Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hogue and Mrs. cous surfaces of the system. Send for Pantograph, speaking for the white Re- saint, remarking that her gentle life Kate Milward left on Friday for for her home.this week where she will publicans, rubs its cheek np against the had spanned almost from the dawn their respective homes, Washington, testimonials, free. stay the remainder of the summer. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0. negroes and says, "We love the niirger." to the twilight of this century; and Ga. and Lexington, Ky., having atMr. John RoMnson returned home Sold by Druggists! 75c The Climax repeats all it ever said con- that she still lingered to bless those tended the burial of Mrs. Susan C. last week, from Beiltyville. Hewasnu-de- i cerning the stupidity of the colored vo few remaining members of a largo White, who died on Wednesday last, $100 bond for his appearance before CORRESPONDENCE. ters of this and even-- other county for household which had melted away so aged 93 years. the Police Judge at this place. He was not demanding something for their indis- rapidly in late years. tried aud confined 10 days in prisoa and Mr. W. L. Rice, of the firm of pensable services to their party, and The deceased was born January 4, Wagers & Rice, Rice Station, was COTTONBTTRG. 25 days at ban! labor. nothing the Pantograph has sail or can 1804, at Jonesboro,Tenn.,and was the here Thursday en route home from Corn is worth $1.50 per barrel here. sjy should deter the colored people from fourth of thirteen children of Hugh Cincinnati, where ho purchased an Awarded Several bunches of cattle feeding in E2lecting some of their most respectable Lowrey White (born in 1776, and died immense line of dry goods, etc., etc. this community. Highest Honors World's Fair, and able citizens and offering them for in 1850, aged 80 years) and Catherine Mr. Rice, as usual, left us a nice Candidate? are getting things" warmed official recognition. The Democratic Cain, who were married in 1798. Mrs. order for stationery. up here, party owes the negroes nothing politic- White w.as only 1G years of ago when r Miss" JJolIo Bennett is threatened ally, though it does talc care of the few sho was united in marriage, Novem-bs- r Robert Moberly is improving slowly. with malarial fever. She is greatly His wife who ote that ticket. As for nominat9, 1820, to Claborno W. White, of isnov ill with fever. ing any of these, this challenge comes Abington, Va., the ceremony taking interested in tho Sue Dennett MemoPeople are at work in earnest as the with poir grace from a party whose very placeat Manchester, Clay county. Ky. rial School at London, and her ill- rain and bad weather have held them slaves the poor Negro has been erer Mrs. White's husband died in 1833, ness at this time, when her valuable off so long. aid is needed, would bo seriously since the war. There are a number of leaving only one child, the late Col David Smith has resfgued as postmas felt by the Institute. highly educated and influential colored It. X. White, of this city, father of ter here; J. P. Long' has asked to take Mrs. Eugenia Hume, Mrs. T. D. men in Madison who might with justice Mrs. Susie W. Miller and Charles F. and propriety ask a nomination at the White, both deceased, and Mrs.Liz-zf- o Chenault, Sr., Mrs. Harvey Chenaulr, his place. David Smith has shipped 7 hogsheads bands of their party, and the time to do W. Fant, ot Newberry, H. J. Mrs. Miss Llla Cheuault and Mr. Cabell to-dfor a brief of tobacco at intervals this winter, realiz it is right now. e- a'dod to see twooC her H. Chcnnult leave j'h ..' ' ., Richard Wi visit to Cincinnati. 31iss Chenault ing from $4:15 to $7.95. Another thing, we would liko for will j;peml two weeks with Miss tho colored voters to do a. little of Miller, Jr., of this1 city, and Susie The baptist church at "Gilef.d church I OfiJIed Rev. A. J. Pike asjheiripastorrit their own talking, as we do not be Miller, infant of MrsMattfo MiHor. Shnrall, of Covington. -- MOST PERFECT MADE lleve thatthe Pantagrsphj has ban f McQowau, of .tl&ata., Ga. Three I A niar Friends of Squii-'D..Armer w'fll- - beinjr b"Seeventh."yerinjaeceiion. Trv& rm'M Tdj4 i" J) Kppolsted to dloUUe vrht.they shall her family setved in Con oomed Tiim horh4 last week from a "Eom. one liM.w.terepreeetitGd, our 'Amrwmw,Alum.orinyotfirjidulteiwt n. ".Money and Morals," even though the 1 Goddess Star-Ey- e turn npon him that evil ejuand corroding pen. The "craft that is doomed to wreckage" is the same captained for which the Courier-Journits cause the same vl icb many aytar cham-jvone- d the editor of the Courier-Journago. and his than ten oars which but forliissednctHjnbv the money hoarders of the Est be would yet be advocating. Such doertion as this come-witioor grace and luw won for the Courier-Journa- l complete contempt and substantial isolation from the very ones to whom it was long a guide and mspi-lutioal al h Let Editor Walton lay not down his .. arms in the cause of the people the hitter's breakfast had settled next Mr. Simmons telephoned to White's Station and the message was sent over to Mr. Rallard's, three mi let away. A posse wju. dispatched to scour the country for the and by two o'clock Saturday he had been run down near Fort Estill by Deputy Sheriff Dudley and landed behind the bars of Castle Wagers. morning. deceased, her cousin, Hon. Addison White, of Huntsvllle, Ala., and Hon. John D. White, of Manchester, Ky , a nephew. The first named was Speaker of tho Lower House of the Twenty Seventh Congress, and a close friend of Henry Clay. Of her twelve brothers and sfFte-- f , only one remains, Sirs. Sallio Russell, of this city, aged 83. FOr the last five years Mrs. "White has miilo her home with Mrs. Russell, and it was a beautiful spectacle to observe tho tender affection exist ing between these aged saints. Tho funeral occurred at Mrs. Russell's on Thursday and was conducted by Rev. L. G. Rarbour, assisted by Rev. Jasper K. Smith. About three score intimate friends of the family were in attendance. Tho pall bearers were Messrs. It. AV. Miller. Win W., David It., Hugh R., and Joseph Tevis, and Clarence E. Woods. The remains wero inferred in the family lot in the Richmond Cemetery, and the grave covered with floral oirerings of attached -- friends, conspicuous among which were a large floral wreath with !)3 in a central design, from Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hogue. of "Washington, Ga., and a cluster of immortelles from Mrs. Kate Milward, of Lexington, all of whom were present at the funeral. Mrs. White was a devout Presbyterian, and had been a member for of a century. over Throughout her life she was distill- -, guished for her great kindness of nature together with a total absence of what is known as childishness encountered in most aged persons. She was a very intelligent woman, possessed of much spirit, but the trait of meekness with devotion to her God was a prominent characteristic. Her life was singularly free from bodily afflictions, though "sorrow's crown of sorrow" sat heavily upon her bead. So that her death came gently and she fell into her final rest with painless easo. Peace be to her ashes. three-quarters Prove the merit of Hood's Sarsaparllfa positive, perfect, permanent Cures. Cures of scrofula in severest forms, like goitre, swelled neck, running sores, hip disease, sores in tho cjes. Cures of Salt Klieum, with its Intense itching and burning, scald head, tetter, etc. Cures of Boils, Pimples, and all other eruptions due to Impure, blood. Cures of Djspepsia and other troubles where a good stomach tonic was needed. Cures of Rheumatism, u here patients w ere unable to work or walk for weeks. Cures of Catarrh by expelling the impurities which cause and sustain tho disease. Cures of Xcn ousuess by properly toning and feeding the nerres upon pure blood. Cures of That Tired Feeling by restoring strength. Scud for book of cures by Cures We have a lively little Richard Moberley runs the goat department, David Smith the white rabBallard. To the wtfo of. Bland bit park, Maca Ross the dog ranch. Alex Ballard, nen Miss Annie Traynor, a Kay, grocery ,Dob Long, hotel, an 1 John boy.,' With the clerical ability of his onI will sell at public sale to the highest bidder, Kelh ihief marshal. inhabitants. town. BIRTHS. PUBLIC SAL! VALLEY VIEW. G. A. Roy 'vas iu Cincinnati on S3. busi-- n L. week on J W. were in "W. Burgess was in Garrard last business. Masters and wife, of Pel kin- -, Cim.ini.ati from Monday until falhertind the musical talent of his mother, the youngster ought to bo a SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1897, At 10 o'clock, a. m., promptly, three miles from darling when he grows up. Kicnmona on tne liicnmona antl Lexington tnranUtp. the fnllmrinff: Fortt ACKF-- oi A square mile contains (I0 acres. good spring on land - f& Grower, B& RS m :K3 Seoit&FrazeeJ FURNITURE, &r - Thursday. Miss Hattic Taylor, of Whites Station, visited Misses Mollie. and Mnttie Howe last w to announce Mr. We are autho-'ze- d W. C. Go m e r a candidate fi r Jailer of MaiiiM.n county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. that this land. There is a never goes dry. At the same time I will sell a number of llorse- Stock, Stares, Colts, Also some Alderney Heifers and two Milch Cows. Terms made known on day of sale. 8. If. NEALE. acrr sof good land, with nice N. B. Also black-smit- h shop thereon dwelling bouse and B. H. N. adjoining the above tract. it m The r??i &i f$Q J5K' 3 m CARPETS, U'UIPIPPDC: DRAPERIES. 1 Jl Dingley Tariff m-x- Bii , 9 nichl0-4- w eek. C. B. Day, of Frankfort I (kiimli Railway. Means Higher Prices for Carjietfii:;-Curtains&c, for the t Mr-- . Pinevilte, returned (In Effect March 1, IS97.J PERSONAL. nl K. Marshall and family have removed to the nico cottage "ferninst" the Springs in the Springs Additions Rev. J. F. Williams and wife were called to Newport this week by tho death of Mrs. Ducker, mother of Mrs. Williams. Harrods-bur- g Democrat. Mr. Marshall is father of Mrs. J. S. Collins, this city, and Mr. Williams was once pastor of tho Baptist church here. Close upon the heels of the handsome entertainment given by the Phi Delta Theta's came that by the Sigma Nu's hist Friday night. Their hall, which is tho prettiest in the city, never looked better, and the assembly was Al. The chaperoncs were Prof, and Mrs. Pepper antl Mr. and Mrs. Kooper Hood, and Mrs. Sallie Miller, who did the honors of the evening with consummate grace. last week from a prolonged visit to her sister, Mrs. 1. M.A'shcr. There ai rived at the home of McClelland R"chardson Int week twins boy and gill, and weigh respectively S and 4 pounds, total 8 i ounds. C. F. Bryant returned last Saturday To & I. Hood tz Co., Proprietors, Lowell, Mass. from an extensive busimss trip in Easr are tho best flood S FillS pills, aid digestion. 25c. tern Kentucky, where he had been in the interest of M. B. Farran, Cincinnati. Mrs. Lon AVoodard, of !Xicholas hie, recuperating his exhausted energy. His health is improved, his eye and Mrs. MaryTacke.of Lexington, rebrightened, his step more elastic, turned home last week after a stay f etc., etc., etc. lie is now riding a bi- several day3 with their sisters, .Sir?. W. II. Kanatzer, of Perkins, and Mrs. Thos. cycle. Jones, of Is ewby. Accompanied by Mr. David MaritELiaious noises. tin, Mr. William Todd left on Thursday for Rockbridge, Alum Springs, L. II. Blanton, of Richmond, preached Va. Mr. Todd is in poor health and here last Sunday. goes to this famous resort with tho Rev. It. B. Baird will preach at Syloam hopes of improving if not recovering M. E church South next Sunday. his health. He is a son of Jas. Todd, Preaching here next Sunday and deceased, and a brotl erof NJnevah is cordially invited to attend. and George Todd, of Rrassfield, this Tfie Sunday-schoorganized a few county, is thirty years of age and weeks ago is progressing nicely and the married. attendance is increasing every Sunday. Rev. C. Hood's Sarsaparilla after-dinne- arao (Two-year-o- ld Be! itrial.) DAILY EXCEPT SU.VDAY. EAST BOUNC Arr Elkhorn. . SwiUer. Stamping Ground . Duvalls " Georgetown.. . Lve Georgetowr. Arr Newtown. ' Ccntrevilli . . "' Elizabeth - . .. Paris WEST BOUND. a.m. 630 6 6 7 7 43 51 02 OS l& rrft1 $3 FOUR : YEA! o. Anticipating' the passage of this Bill we have bought largely of all kinds of A Lre Frantfort p.m. 3 00 3 20 3 32 3 '8 feS J . 720 828 358 4 4 4 4 4 a oo 8 12 8 22 8 40 15 30 52 IS BH9H BARON BELL is a bay stallion, 15',' hands high, foaled in 1891. Sired by Baron Wilkes 2:18; 1st dam Crescent 2:2j1,', by Belmont; 2nd dam by Norman, sire of Lulu 2:15, and sire 2:30 performers Inof the dam of twenty-on- e cluding Norval2:ll'.. Better breeding can not be found in the Stud Book. His sire, Baron Wilkes 2:18. is conced ed by the trotting horse world to be the best j stallion living, having been sold recently for ;w,wu, iuc largest price paiti tur any uuiac since boom times, and his dam was Crecc:nt, with a race record of 2:25,J, to high wheel sulky, by Belmont, sire of Nutwood 2:18i, Earlmont 2:094, and a host of other fast per formers. I BARON BELL has had very little training, and should easily trot in 2:25 this year. Will stand at $20.00 to insure a mare with foal. mch21-10- 11 5 10 CARPETINGS, MATTINGS. RUGS, LACE CURTA1KS. 1 r 9 20 5 30 Lve Paris. .i . . 9 32 5 42 Arr Elizabeth ' Centreville 5 48 93S 9 48 5 58 Newtowr. " Georgetown 10 00 6 10 . " Georgetown 6 30 Lve .10 40 10 56 . . Arr Duvalls. 6 41 Stamping Ground 11 10 6 IS C 59 11 25 Switzer 11 35 7 06 Elkhorn ' Frankfort 11 55 7 20 C. D. BEUCAW, CJen'l Pass. Agent. GEO. B. HARPER, Gcn'l Supt. Frankfort, Kentucky. a.m. p.m. A And while this stock lasts, there will ou FORMER LOW PRICES. e , n M fori Now is the time To Place Your Order. 1VE ol kmh and Ok COR I) TALLY J??. Railway ISYITE IXSPEl'Tlo. Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. New York Lim.tcd V EAST BOUND. Lexington and Morehead Accom 9 13 am New York Limited F. F. V. 11 58 am Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom 7 00 pm Washington Express 9 08 pm Accommodation trains run daily except Sunday. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping und dining car servic to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reservations call on or write K. HOOD. Agent L.AN.R-.- , Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. P. A. C. & O. By., Leiington, Ky. 6 55 am 7 30 am 3 00 pm 5 45 pm GATHERED FOR, THE CLIMAX. Wharton & Roberts began operations Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom F.astern Express for Louisville at the lumber plaut of M.F. Wharton's ilorchead and Lexington Accom. FR B. H. NEALE - 1 Brower, g2v T Scott & fraze? X. - Corner Main and Broadway, Le.xingtw, T T T"T- new-stor- TWO IFOR ju FARMS in " " "" r y"" HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of of Parkersburg, W. Va., Kecom- mends Wrights Celery Capsule.'?. FAISKEKSBUnG, SALE The undersigned has three separate small farms which he offers at private sale separately or together. All three are situated at M ir SPRING PLOWING, ii W. Va., 2(5, January The Wright Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio. 1995. WHITE'S - STATION, They contain to-da- few-day- s o MARRIED, Celery Capsules gave me irreat relief TERMS Sale will be made d cash, from the beginning ant. ive used them balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, ever since. With pleasure, and unso- address Geo. D. White, licited, I recommend them to any and all RufTering with liko afllictious or either feM-t- f White's Station. Ky. of them. Very truly yours. one-thir- and and I have been using watered and well improved farms. are well There is Wright's Celery Capsule3 since Novem- no better land in Madison county, most of it ber, 1S94. and find them to be as recom- being mended. I first beisin taking them BOTTOM LAND- .while at Hot Spring. Ark, under treatis a fine neighborhood and accessible by for Sciatic .Rheumatism, Liver and ment It Stomach trouble. Constipation which I turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, had been a long sufferer. I found the etc., all within a mile of White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. Gentlemen: on the waters of Silver Creek. respectively 85 165 acres, have the hest plows the !,, ries produce. If you expect to plowing the coming spring, and TVe ( t k not already supplied with plows. cannot afford to huy before guiim a call. JbiVerytlimg kept in a w equipped hardware house is found i our stock. n. d, To-nig- ht Sold by T. S. Hagan, Druggist. Trice Wanted-- An you 50c ents and 1.00 per box. Call at drug- Ertect..?P.nr.yriu: tby may bring Patentwealth. Write JOHN WEUDSKBHRN & CO, Attor-nejs. WuMogfefn. D. C. for taeir Zljxn prize oiler G- store and get free sample. and list or two hundred lnrentlona rr&nied. Charles T. Caldwell. Idea S8 SSiockelfo! I ' w Jes-simi- few-week- s. We are in it I " L '"J.w - RICHMOND, w KEN'llCKY wri-- - w j a t ."! - ,"M-r- - . . u We open in our new house, next door to the Farmer's National Bank, fonm wcoupxuvi uj J.V1C1U uo Kuju, uiiviijg fcuiu uul an our bioeiv ai auction, wc open v, new stock, the largest and best in Richmond and ot DEATHS. three-year-o- ld t - MKFg 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. -- d ;3 w t 7' er We want your j custom and we will give you the best bargains ever offered before in the county worth sii.i m worth 4.H) worth l.:o 2.) worth worth l.."50 1 TortwooF. -- Calicoes, - Cottons, - Ginghams, - Dress Goods, , i -- Carpets, - Floor Oilcloth, 18cts,ayd. Lace Curtains, 38cts. a pr. 3cts, a yd. r-4cts. 4cts. a yd, 8cts. a yd. 9cts. a v"d. : " . m SlilSfe J Wk HIS Z2mKKKT. -- jp "m'M -. - ui; mmrxvu Overcoajts and Capes at your own prices, Table Linens at 15ets. a yd., and everything you need in .Notions and Furnishing Goods cheaper than ever offered before. We want 3Tour trade and wo will save you money. Don't forget our place. w CREAM BAKING yum ay - Pimm TUa.WAwn.iLBn P. d.uj. "jilMi. thlakf tfcirti gr ' W brothetyRoa. John Whltv, trip fojIagUaft, vkeie iie,rhad. -- ma j tcwnjattf.v'py wyfny jbera wo,y syj ' --..'-An ,- -. i : V ir? Xt,KrJI. NEW YORK STOR d Up Town. Klein &-So- n's Old Stand.-Cor- ae Everybody. . A. l-- H' it r -- JL -- f .' ..,- -' s "? . - i..!. Kentucky. - - - g&W. 59: 1! The Riciimond Climax. WEDNESD VY. MARCH 31, 1S37. Young men, attention! We liaye the best all wool suits that can be bought for 7. They are beauties. See them. Covington & Mitchell. Inter-Collegate Frosl & Fanshswo's Repertoire Co, Mr. Brewer Explains. Next Monday will ba county court day. Circuit Court meets next .Monday with a biff docket. Frost & Fanshawe's Co. at opera houe every nipht this wceir. A mule was stolon from Miss Tolly Goldon's barn, near Big Hill. A second-han- d The great Oratorical Contest occurs on Friday night at C. V. will be represented by K. S. Gordon, of Louisville. Lex-i-JgtO- Barren county has a negro candidate for jailer. Madison has one but the Pantagraph says ho's no good. How about that "Wince ? The first tory Contest will occur Inter-Collegia- Declamastf Lexington near Kingston. G E. Dossier is now overseer in the Chenault precinct, vice Thomas Phelps resigned. Elva Reeves, daughter of J. P. Hot ves, is recovering from pneumonia and pleurisy. MissTeuipie Oldham has p6stponel her Millinery opening until Thunyl.iv ami Frnlav of next week. Al McCormick has two fine hlood huiiuds and is tainingthem for tracking murderor.s, thieves, etc. line dollar to Iexiugton and return April 2d, via I fc X., good returning pnl A I, account Oratorical Corm-st- . Fisher square piano May 7th. K. U., C. U., Ky. Wesleyan and organ lor sale cheap: Apply at thio and State College compose the league. otfice. Rev. Creckmoro has beon doing Mr. Wine's child, erroneously im- good work at Pilot Knob church, ported to have died, is very much and; it is predicted that a larger houso of worship will boon be erected there. letter. A difficult but successful operaCharles Witt, at Irvine, was acquitted of the murder of Thomas tion for fistula in anno was performed by two local physicians upon l'uckett. Arthur Jenkins, of Silver Creek, on Hon. A. It. IJurnam Is seriously Saturday. contemplating moving his family to The silver daily paper, The Dis1 rankfort patch, will appear early in April. The greatest attractions of the Over one hundred subscribers have Maon at the opora house this week, been obtained in this city alone. J. bee local ad. II. Kennedy is agent. Despite the$G,000 reward offered by The first Federal appointment for Oarrard county four wore gates were Kentucky mnde by President raided Mondav. is that of Mr. J. W Berryman Todd & Benge will shortly move to be postmaster at Versailles, suctheir mill from Red Lick to a point ceeding Mr. Heimiller, whose term Me-Kinl- In a carefully selected list of old and new successes, properly staged and magnificently acted, opened Monday in "East Lynne," to bo followed by a choice of "Asa Jenkins," "An American Beauty," "The Two Orphans," "Lady Audley's Secret," "Ten Nights Jn a Bar Room," "The Country Postmaster." "Darius Green," Engagements," "The Mad Boy," "False Life." Six nights and Matinee Saturday. Everything strictly first class, amusing, moral and instructive. Admission, children under 9 years, 10 cents; Adults 20 cents; reserved scats 30. A Uaroh. April May Are She months in which to give especial attenlion to the condition ot your physical health. If you pas.? safely through these months and find yourself strong hihI vigorous, on the anival ol warmer weather, you will bt well in summer. Now is the time lo lake Hood's Sarsapar ilia, because now id the time when the blood must be purified enriched and vitalized, and because Hood's Sarsapar ilia is the only true hlood purifier prominently in the public eye today. Hood's Sarsaparilla has power'to make you healthy and guard your system against disease. mar3 lm IHiMHBIiiiMHMHn mVMU VBHBA9RiHSMOHKfllMklliiiiHHMU fci'-n- Startling Discovery Dug Gold. up $3,500 In This statement appeared in the Climax last week, in its report of the Cjnnty Committee meeting: "All the speeches with a single exception, Mr. Brewer's, were in favor of conciliating the party factions and uniting for Democratic supremacy." Mr. O. H. Brew er thinks we did him an injustice in saying he opposed Democratic supremacy. As for conciliation, he Is for Congressman Evan Settle's idea of harmony, set forth in tho Louisville Post recently. Tho Climax meant to convey a different idea, but Mr. Brewer requests this statement and it is freely made in justice to him. aM- ..m c ,L.h-J atfS a UUiiiA rDCA'IMG tj" There aro-2,75- laiurnages. Thursday last a hired hand on the place of Mr. John Parrish, who resides between this. city and Silver Creek, dug up $3,500 in TJ. S. gold coin, the largest find ever made in this county. Hon. A. T. Chenault saj s that many years ago he was on a jury which tried an old man for lunacy who resided on tho Parrish place. It was known that he had buried a large sum of gold and Mr. Chenault asked him where it was concealed. To this the old man replied : "It is none of your business,' and he later died and left tho secret locked in his old breast. On The Diphtheria Scare. Precautions Necessary. Stimulate the stomach, rouse the liver, cure biliousness, headache, dizziness, etc sour stomach, constipation. cents. Sold by all dniKits. The only lMUs to take with Hood's Sareaparilla. Hood's Pills Envelopes wero first used in 1S39. To Consumptives. As an honeit remedy Foley's Honey and Tar does not hold out false hopes in advanced stagee, but truthfully claims lo oominrt and relief in the very worst cases, and in the earl' stages to effect a cure. mar3 lm Barren county has a negro candidate for Jailer. How in in yming men and young women are i ii' oil just as the-- future seems briglieN! .i .d fullest of promise! The are tak a awav by the disease which uuh of all the deaths in t over w .rid the disease which doclorscall ninption. There is abolullely no rea- ii in the world why consiimp iiiibl.onld e een serious. It is a disease of the hlood, and can he cured absolutely aud always by purifiug and enriches the blood.. The only exception to this is the case where the disease has been neglected and improperly theated until it is stronger than the body until the body has become so weak as to hae lost thf ability to recuperate. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will cure 98 per cent, of all cases of consumption if used acror-ilinirt- o directions It also cures all lingering coughs, bronchial throat affec tions. bend 21 cents in one cent stamps to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffdo N. Y., and receive Dr. Pierce's 1008 page common sense meoical Anvscit, illstratcd. It one-sixt- fynY ."1 rr n it -- r7 tm. .?,- r - IzS nniioi JDUdI iJr-irr-- Are the Shelves, Counters and Ledges of the CAS H STORE WITH THE ENORMOrS SPRING STOCK OF m Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Notions, Lace Curtains, Trunks, etc., that have been crowded upon them. i Carpets,:' i slBSr m C ' That tired feelinir is due to impoverished blood. Enrich the blood wi'h Hood's Parsapanlla and be slrong ami 1 1 vigorous. Telescopes were invented 1500 Croup, the great enemy of children, succumbs at once to the soothing influence of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. Bronchial affections lose their danger when this great remedy is at hand. No home should be without it. It A barrel of rice weighs 600 pounds. (ji t,&jfciv59iJ5 as we uo whs season. "icu of Goods to select their Spring and Summer purchases uc-"- ic trt hm'ft "- - "TTirrl Jl j ,t n 4.,! vui .melius uim patrons tne line r from S 41 ii n ! m expires to-da- y. Mr. Peter M. Pope, of this city, recently met Mr. W. C. Priest, of North Middletown and these two church dignitaries forgot to say what the Governor of North Carolina said to the Governor of South Carolina. A pretty girl to draw attention, a mule to draw a cut; a bankrupt sale to draw a crowd, but our prices on clothing draws the trade See our suits at $5.S7. S and 10. There are no others that will approach them. All we ask is companion. Covington & Milch-el- l. all-wo- ol Farm Sold. Uemeinbei the sale of Mrs. Sherman Dudley's handsome residence n Third street, Saturday at 2 o'clock. Hcmembor the sale of Mrs. Sherman Dudley's handsome residence u i Third street, Saturday at 2 o'clock. Frank Miller and Lou Smith are asMiciated together in the grocery business at Mr. Smith's, East Main stroft store. Alex. Campbell was yesterday 30 days at hard labor for stealgi-ing a pig from Irvine Tye all colored, pig included. The ladies of the Methodist Church w ill serve dinner to their friends at Mr. Arnold's vacant store room on First St., n Mr. SamQ. Roycc ha& purchased of Mrs Fula Royee Chamberlain her farm of21Gl acres, known as the Tlios. Itich-ardsfaun, on Callowa'y Creek, for on 57,500. Special Rates Via. R. N. I. & B. The panic ensuing from the death of two children in adjoining houses in the East end on Saturday and Sunday is condemned by thinking people, for the reason that those houses and any others where there is the suspicion of tne disease have been quarantined. Also, some of the children that are fleeing from the city may have already been exposed, which might disseminate the disease. The physicians advise deliberation and caution by all parents and a strict compliance with the edict of tho Mayor and Board of Health, published elsewhere, and scattered on 5,000 bills. As a precaution let all households use such disinfectants as carbolic arid, listcrine, eucalyptol, etc. ; and chloate of potash as a mouth wash. Keep cats and dogs out of the house. Keep the children at home. Whiskey Men Meel. NOT A STONE wool 36-inc- h all-wo- ol -- Has Been m Mumi if! 11 To make this the Banner Season of Our Enornous Business. Whiskers that are prematurely gray or faded should be colored tc prevent the look of aire, and Buckingham's Dye excels all others in coloring brown or black. A In our Dress Goods Department we are offering one lot of about 25 different stvles all wide Novelty Dress Goods in all the new style checks at $1.08 per dress pattern These goods make as pretty Spring Dresses as if the- - cost $1 per vd. Stripe Dress Goods, Good Spring Styles We have one lot of 200 ds. in the lot that we will clean up at 15e. per yd. These formerly sold 3G-in- ch 1 Grand Opera at Cincinnati March 29th, to April 3rd, one fare for round The special committee appointed trip. State Convention Peoples party at Louisville April 7th, one and one third faro for round trip. To the Democratic Parly of Madison County. I desire to withdraw my name from the contest for Superintendent of Public Schools in this county. With sincere thanks to the friends who have manifested au interest in my buccess, I am verv truly, Mas. John Williamson. Mondav, Court dav. Gordon and Dudley Doty have Killing Over The River. recovered from their serious illness. Lucien Boone, of Clay's Ferry, shot folks had the measles and The little t'leir lives were almost despaired of. and killed "Shad" Taylor on Monday at Athens, about :". miles from the A bright, fresh slock at prices wor river, and sheriff Simmon:, sent Gorworthy of our fame as the tin of the day, don Dudley to Clay's Ferry to watch best p'aie in town to buy good clothing for the murderer who had eluded his at very modulate prices. Covington & puruers. It is believed he escaped Mia hell. into Jessamine. Officers are still on The two deaths from supposed his trail. child diphtheria were the Mrs. Williamson Withdraws. of l?usli Wallace and the Elsewhere Mrs. Williamson anchild of John William, both in the nounces her withdrawal from the eas. end of town. race for county school superinten The furniture and carpets for the dent. Whatever her reason for withGovernment Building arrived last drawing it may be said that she was Saturday and occupied S cars. Bill eminently qualified to hold the poy has already chosen a sofa sition, and has a host of friends who twelve feet square. would have testified their regard by Mrs. John C. Miller MilTered a se- loyally supporting her. vere sprain of an ankle or.c day last For Jailer. Ow-le- week, in consequence of which MUs Ellen Gibson is monopolizing the tion of the household. atten- For two handsome volumes, "Official Becord of the Union and Confederate Navies in the War of the Rebellion," Gov. McCreary has the t'lankh of this oillcc. The last of the Berea College lectures occurs next Friday the "Passion Piay," famed throughout the world. It was given over oO times in Boston. Go and see it. Mr. J. Ii. Sowers, of Valley View, is being urged to run for magistrate in the Million district. Being a hardworking Democrat lie can unite the and carry the district. part John Donelson is making a specialty of roaJ wagons, made sit home, perfect lieauties, the very best; also has on baud a line of imported wagons, cheap and as good as any in the iu.irktt here or else-here. addition to the land and stock sale bv B II. Neale, Saturday, advertised elsewhere in the Climax, there will be oTered fifteen shoats, one sow and eiht pigs, two brood sons and one Jersey Du-roboar. Tn w ck On account of opera Festival at Cincinnati the L. & N. willEell ronnd trip tickets to that point March 29th to April CJd inclusive at one fare. Tickets good returning on all trains of day following date of sale. bugIf you want to see home-mad- e gies and road wagons that are perfect beauties and of the best quality, visit the Kentucky Carnage Works, comer of Second and Water streets. John Donelson, proprietor. Don't handicap 0ur feet by putting poor shoes on ihem, and then scolding because they hurt and wear ont quickly. Come to us and let us show you the most selec" line of shoes of known qualities. Covington & Mitchell. Patrouize the home manufacturer when jou want bugcies, barouches, road wagons. All made at home, by John Donelson, and warranted the best. You can get them as cheap as imported work and superior in quality. To accommodate, the trade, Donelson has on hand work brought on that can be secured for as little money as any work now offered. Baggies, wagons and everything in that line as cheap as any offered by any one, and of the very Hesl make. The statement is still going around that the best way to make hens lay eggs i& to feed them on strips of newspaper dipped in sour milk. If depends n good deal like advertising, on the amount of circulation, hence, uso the Climax in making the experiment, The handsome residence property on 3rd and Mobrley avenue, de- Sbed in this paper, will be sold pu jlicly on Saturday at 2 p. m. Possible purchasers are at liberty to examine the property any time now and the hour of sale. It is a well constructed, modern, and convenient home, asd will be a bargain for some one. To-twe- en BEST OP ALL To cleanse the system in a gentle and trnly beneficial manner, when the Springtime comes, use the true and perfect remedy, Syrup of Figs. One bottle will answer for all the family and costs only 50 cents; the large s'e SI. Buy the tho students of Central University. uenuine. Manufactured by the Califor There was boxing, wrestling, tumb Children all hate to take Castor Oil but nia Fig syrup Company only, for sale by ling, jumping and It Elsewhere in apr3 lm all druggists. Climax will good music and a parallel bar work, not Larol, which is palatable. monkey show by A span is ten and seven-eight- h be found the announcement of Mr. inches. Alleged sewing machines agents swinJoe Mansfield and a fellow sinner, . C. Gonnley for Jailer of Madison dled several persons in Livingston counCol. Howell. Prof. Frew showed Ky Neitrlibor Tol4 Uo county subject to tho action of the ty. master Democratic party. Mr. Gormley is what a to mind trainer he is and About Hood's Sarsiparilla and advised brought the great work of me to try it This is the kind of advertisHave.You Had The Grip? too well known for us to make any his trainer here If you have, you probably need a respecial comment; but if elected to the fourbrother, J. ;W. Frew,not so large ing which gives Hood's Sarsaparilla the years ago though largest sales in the world. Friend tells liable medicine like Foley's Honey and responsible oillce hohoeks, will make as tho latter, A. M. Frew is a little friend that Hood's Sarsaparilla cures; Tar to heal your lungs and stop the reeka good jailer and fulfill its responsigiant, and what is better knows his that it gives strength, health, vitality ing cough incidental to this disease. bilities. business, which could not bo said of and vigor, and whole neighborhood use mar3 lm Evan McCord Fails In a Well. his immediate predecessors. Harry it as a family medicine. Shade Johnson, need nineteen years, of Evan McCord. the little oa of Mr. and Blanton's tumbling may be said to Leblie county, married agitl only fifteen been the smoothest ever seen Mrs. John McCord, who reside on the have Hood's Pills act easily and promptly by a student; Norton on the liver and bowels. Cure sick years old. Lexington pike, near Clay's Ferry, fell hero into the cibtern of John Pow ell, a neigh Mourning's skill as a ii;er, club headache. Keep Cool! It bor, and narrowly escaped drowning. swinger, and bar actor was a feature, to notify the citizens of RichI desire A hand (horse measure) is four inches. Mi&. Powell heard the child's affrighted whilst the wrestling of Denny and mond aud my old customers and friends screams and summoned the little one's his previous boxing exhibition rank P.iGoaatism Quickly Cured. in particular, that J will again be in the After having been confined to the Ice business this season, with splendid father, who descended into the well by him A 1. Walker and Wallace the chain and rescued the little fellow. jumped 5 feet G, and were warmly ap- house for eleven days and paying out equipments, and they will do well to see $25 in doctor bills without benefit, Mr. Evan was unconscious for some time but plauded. These were not all that Frank Dolson of Saul Ste. Marie, Mich., me before making other arrangements. were good, for the dumb boll and was cured bj one bottle of Cliambrlain's finally resuscitated. was Respectfully, pyramid exhibitions by tho class, the Pain Balm costing 25 cents and. has not Wm. E. Luxon, Jk. Mr. file Cotton Here. boxing of Harry Fnncis, Bissett, since been troubled with that complaint. Office in Caperlon Building on First For sale by W. G. Whit. mar3 lm Mr. J. Me Cotton, of Cincinnati, Sanders, Stone, and Norman's wrestMar24 tf street. passed through to Irvine last night. ling came in for much applause. The A storm moves thirty six miles per Tho Metropolitan Democratic dai'y and remain show- - closed with the wonderful hour. He will return and weekly paer, "The Louisville Disin Madison until Satifday. He is tumbling feats of Kid" Allen, of patch," will make its appearance tho soliciting shipments for thj Live Louisville, an old pupil of Prof. Tetter, and Eczema, firbt week in April. J. H. Kennedy will Stock Commission firm of J. S. Kidd Frew. The intense itching and smarting inci& Co., Cincinnati, of which he is a dent to these diseases is instantly allayed take subscriptions for Madison county. An Important Decisby applying Chamberlain's Eye and Ofiice next door to Richmond National member. He says that there is a good Court of Appeals Renders ion Concerning Banks. Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases Bank. tnar21 4w demand especially for light butcher permanently cured It cattle ; hogs steady, at $3.90 to $4 for The Court of Appeals on Tuesday last have been efficient for itching by it. and Missouri Farms For Sale. is decided the bank tax cases, affirming a equally remedy for sore piles selects; sheep higher. favonto nipples; I have three very desirable farms some and reversing others, deciding that chapped hands, chilblains, frost bitefi He Died. they were subject to county and munici- and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. within 20 miles of Fulton. Mo. Also a large list of cheap farms in Calloway Here is the kind of obituary that a pal taxation. This overrules the decisDr. Catly'rt Condition PowdcrR, are county, Mo , for sale Circularand price Georgia editor puts up for a man: ion of last June. just what a horse needs when in bad "Poor Jim Browii slung his earthly The decision of die court affects every condition. Tonic, blood purifier and list sent free on application. F. S. Poston, garments on a limb and swam the bank in the State. It reverses the pre- vermifngo. They are not food but mar24 4w Fulton, Mo. medicine and the best in use to put a river yesterday. He did not stand vious decision which held that banls in prime was cold, but should be taxed under the Hewitt law, horse per package.condition. Price 25 back because the water 3ent3 plunged right in and struck out for and subjects all banks to the ad valorem the other shore and met the angels tax. A hurricane moves eighty miles per smiling. Jim was a poor man but The facts in the case in brief are that in hour. had his subscription to his homo pa- 1SS5 the Legislature passed what is "That Tired Pceline" per paid up and got there in good known as the Hewitt bill, according to us when inferior greparations which the banks wero to pay to the State shape" 75 cents on every $100, and were not to arc recommotidcd by unscrupulous dealers ns "just as good as Foley's Honey and Committee Meeting. be subject to any other taxation. Tar Cough Syrup," when we know the A meeting of the Democratic CommitThis was accepted by the banks, and a unevualled merits of this great medicine. Having taken penngnent residence In ancomtee for the 2oth Judical District, inarll lm contract entered into. But in 1S(J3 the other State I desire to sell my residence propposed of the counties of Clark, Jessa- Lsgiblature did away with the Hewitt reserve, t: The first iron steamship was built in erty, withoutbest constructed', most convenietat, mine Madison and Powell, is hereby law, and passed a bill taxing tho banks One of the 1830. aud most desirable residences in Richmond, at called to meet at the Rees House in according to the advalorcm s stein withpublic sale, on Winchester, Ky., on Thursday, the first out deducting debts. The banks conETcrrbody Says So. Caschrets Cand v Cathartic, the most wonday of April, 1S97, at 10 o'clock a. m. tested tliis, and thev were sustained in p cas-atho for the purpose of fixing the time and their objection by the Court of Appeal, derful medical discoverv oftaste, age. pcntly audAefresliint: to tho act manner for selecting a Democratic can- which held that the Hewitt law should and positively on kidneys. Hvcr nrd hoivels, cleansing the. en tiro system, dispel coins, didate for Circuit Judge and one for hold. cum licatlaclie, fever, liaultnnl constipation dis buy Commonwealth's Attorney forsaid But a number of banks had been form- and biliousness. PJeaso so and try a box Two story and half, 8 rooms, tents, fcfold aud trict, to be voted for at the November ed since 1855, when the Hewitt law was of O. C. C. to cure 10, 25, drupglsts. guaranteed by all reception hall, bath room, Ahram Benick, election, 1897. passed, and these were subjected to ada-loreMeasles continues prevalent in Frank- large celler, finished throughtax. They sued, holding that they A Disappointed Crowd. gas out in fine hard-woo- d on other conditions lin county. should not be taxed many persons were disap- than the old banks. These are the cases fixtures, force pump, sink; A great From-CripplCreek. a pointed by Miss Elvira Sydnor Mil- thit were decided on Tneday. stable, garden, outbuildings, After a big fire in Cripple Creel:,! took shade and fruit trees, ler, of Louisville, being unable on acterraced of Appeals has been changThe Court very severe cold and tried many remcount of sudden indisposition to ful- ed since 1SS3, and the late decision not a edies without help, the cold only Decern- lawn, Veil fenced, everything fill her engagement to give her read- only holds that the new banks shall be ing more settled. After using threesmall in good repair. Cough Remedy, ing and recital as was contemplated taxed on tho advalorem system, but also bottles of Chamberl-jiu'2 o'clock, p. m., on Sale Thursday last. However, it is hoped! reverses the previous decision holding both the cough and cold left me, and in this high altitude it makes a meritorious the preny.sesj corner Third 1 she will be able to come in the nealj that the Hewitt law is unconstitutional cough remedy to do any good.-G- . B. Mbb-ei-leAvenue, adjoinfuture when we assure her a hearty and that all banks shall pay an advalor- Hexdeeso-- , editor Daily Advertiser. and ing the,, property known as mar3 lm For sale by W. G. White. reception. em taxi i the T. S: 'Bronstpn place. As Miss Miller 18 the inost"widely-know- n Watches were ursLconstructed.inbiTo. Whether the. banks can be made to pay -- Gash, newspaper woman in the , back tnrfes will have to be decided by balance TERMS For SrJe or Exchangs, ,. 12 months. South, tho Climax suggests tliat the furtlier litigation. In all probability the in press of this city at once sot on foot case will he further eputested and."-il- l be House nndlot. House of fierooma and ( pantry ariil four clos hall, Mma-MMnfti-il&fa movement among themselvei 'to , taken fo ilJie United States Snpreme tits. two porclies, feet. Will ajcbaBge f Lot 90x2ip Show Miafj Miller, while here, some Court. for snail farndj For part Kntam'taddreiw WMttMipr special mark of estoorn. A reception -- r : O-a- ;.,-- - 'By-".. i,J'."-1M j s.- rWJiy-aKi-- .. ia.ker.hofioc would be a graoeful act; vmmi -- " - " -- r, "A ,r , t it?-- .' - -- , ?JSb . v L C' JP-- ,'.V of their Digestive Cordial. A little book can be obtained from The Court House was crowded with your druggist that will point out the way an interested audience on Friday of relief at once. An investigation will night upon the occasion of the fourth coat nothing and will result in much annual indoor athletic exhibition by good. The Athletic Tournament. to-daSalt-Khcum recently to prepare a plan whereby the Kentucky distillers might combine, met at the office of Col. T. II. A firkin of butter weighs 50 pounds. Sherley, in Louisville, last Saturday. There were present Waller Bennett, The burden of labor is constantly beJohn T. Roach, J. AY. Megibben, J. ing lightened by new inventions, but A. Wathen and W. V. Monarch. No nothing new has yet been discovered to plan was agreed upon and it was the the hours of labor, and make general opinion that no combination life worth living like Simmons Liver would be effected. Regulator does It's the King of Liver To arepoiter one of the distillers Medicines. A s'uggish liver, besides said: "We have agreed among our- depressess one's spirits and causes lanselves upon certain measures where- guor, besides upsetting the whole system. by the whisky business in Kentucky But Simmons Liver Regulator tones up can be made more profitable than it a id strengthens the body. It has been heretofore, but the agreeTha first si eel pen was made in 1830. ment is one of technical manage ment. I do not think the combine made a discovery The Shakers with the spirits trust will be effected, which is destrofjifco accomp'ith much it looks to me now very much like it good. Realizing fiiat of all was an effort of the spirits manufac- oursufferings arise from stomach troubturing people to get a combine with les, that the country is literally filled the distillers so that they can reap with people who cannot eat and digest the advantages given the distillers food, w ithout subsequently suffering pain by the bottling law. The distillers and ."Jjjiress, and that many are striving, have begun to seo through the plan waUrfng to mere skeletons, because their and they look upon it now with a food does them no good, they have degreat deal more distrust thau they voted much study and thought to the subject, and the result is this discovery did at first." brij-hte-n h-- e three-fotirtl'- thousands who have used this remedy A barrel of pork weighs 200 pounds. fur la grippe, we have yet to learn of a It surprised many visitors to the Chica- single case having resulted in pneumonia, go World's Fair to find that of nil the which shows conclusively that this remAyer's Sarsaparilla was edy is a certain preventive of that dread the only one on exhibition. The reason disease. It will effect a permanent cure is that Ayer's Sarsaparill is a standard in less time than any other treatment. remedy, and not a patent medicine, or The 23 and 50 cent sizes for calc by W. mar3 lm secret nostrum. It G. White. blood-purifiers, It Livingston is soon to have a handsome barrel of flour weighs 19G pounds. new bridge. Many people, w illi the notion that naDangers of tho Grip. ture ought to take care of herself, allow The greatest danger from La Grippe is a cough to plague them for weeks and of its resulting in pneumonia. If reasonmonths. Whereas, if nature were h able cure is used, however, and Chama doe or two of Ayer's Cherry berlain's Cough Remedy taken, all danthe cure might be effected in a ger will be avoided. Among the tens of 1 very few days. assisf-witPec-t6ra- wide about at 90f- ' - While in the Dress Goods Department ask 'to see our line of Black Figured Jacquads they are as handsome as Brocaded Silks and make much better dresses. No large cities are showing anything in dress goods that you can't find in our stock All the new fancy weaves, Jacquads, Cheviots, Pongees. Foulords. Covert Cloths, Gloria" Crash Cloths, Secilians, &c, can be had here. Also all the new things in Silks and Ribbons! We are showing a beautiful line of make excellent skirts and dresses, price 10c. per 3ard. IK l. 3 llc. Biccle Suitings in new designs and cheeks, that The best qualitj- - Black and Stripe Ducks Madisonville's new steam about ready for business. laundry is We are cleaning up one line of Ducks, white ground with black and blue and red dots and stripes, just the thing for men's shirts and boy's waists, price to close Sic. Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Tear life Away. If you want to quit tobacco using easily and forever, bo made w ell, btron-r- , magnetic, full of new life aud vigor, take tlie ivnndur-- orker, that makes weak men slrong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. c, w Our Hamburgs and Laces have .ill been reduced in price. You can get the very best for what yoif formerly paid for cheap stuff. Remenants, almost given awn- to make up your bundle. "m. patterns in hamburgs, beautiful designs and best - qu.-ilitj- - of your Over 400,000 cured. Buy druggist, under guarantee to cure, 50o or f 1.(10. Booklet and samplo lanileil free. Ad. Sterling Remcdy("o.,Chieaeo or New York. The cellulose factory atOwcnsborowill be pushed rapidly to competition. Bever Dam, 0., Aug. 27th, 1S93. My daughter, after being treated by four doctors, and being given up for lost, a neichbor recommended Foley's Kidnev y she is able to walk several Cure. miles without fatigue. I feel we would have lost her if it was not for your mediRespectfully, cine. Mrs. J. M. Bailey. mar3 lm To-da- 7, We are selling a nice Quality Check and Stripe Dimit- - in pure 'white at 5c. yd. Our Si and 10c. White Dimities are worth double what we ask for them. Gx ' Five (500) Hundred Yards of beautiful Check Satteens will be cleaned up at Gk per yd These goods formerly sold at 15c. and are good spring colors and styles. b NOTE SOME OF OUR PRICES: We sell Best Tobacco Canvass, We sell Best Quilt Lining, 3e We sell good yard wide Brown Cotton, 4c. We sell good yard wide Sea Island Cotton, - 4Ve. We sell Trion AAA Brown Cotton, 5c. We sell Green Ticket Lonsdale Bleach Cotton, (3c We sell good yd. wide Bleach Cotton, no dressing,oc We sell the best Check Cottons for dresses ... lc. yd yd yd yd yd yi 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, 5e. lioy's Ribbed Black Hose 5c. Boy's Seamless Bibbed Black Hose So. Ladies' Seamless Grey Mixed Hoe. Cc. Our line of Ladies' and Children's Fine Hosiery in Black ami Fancv Stnpes is very complete at remarkablv low prices. Ox-bloo- Next Saturday week the agony will end for the Union county candidates. yd yd QQ 124c yd 15c yd Bed Ticking 5e. yd., better ticking Si and 10c yd Good Calicoes, new stjies, 4c. yd Remnant Calicoes, 2ic. yd 2c. yd One lot of good Challis, Best Apron Gingham, yd Good Dress Gingham, pretty, new styles, 5c yd Remnants Ginghams, 2ic. yd -- We sell good 10-- 4 Brown Sheeting, We sell best 10-- 4 Bleach Sheeting, aud shirts, - oe. ... d, We are sole Agents for Featherbone gpssj I Our Entire Line Fine s wide Cambric Per cales will be Cleaned up at 10c. a yard. These g Goods are Worth 15 cents. 36-inc- li lers, 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 G9c a pair. These goods sold for $1.25 and $1.50 a ptiir. carry the prettiest line of Men's Children's Shoes and Slippers in the City, all the new Olive Tans, h Coin Toes, etc., can be had here at our AVc Ox-bloolow-casud Oil Shades, best quality sprin- Corsets. - rol- Good quality Percales, new styles, Sc.yd We are selling a lot of about 100 Berlin White Bed Spreads, large size, good as new, at 79c. each, former ,?'l price $1.50. Good Gum Combs, prices. CALL AND SEE THEM. RESIDENCE FOR SALE! Horn Combs, 5c Horn Combs, steel covered back, Sc. Genuine Aluminum Thimbles, lc each. Wood Cabinet Hair Pins, 4c Gum end Pencils, lc each. Darning Cotton, lc per bunch. Safety Pins, 2c per dozen. Brass Pins, best, 4c a paper. Good Pins, lc a paper. Side Combs, 4c a pair. New Slyle 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. Good Toilet Soap, 4c a cake. Casmo Buttermilk, the only genuine toilet soap, 8c a cake. Good Towels, 5 and 10c each. 5c - Needles, lc a paper. Tortoise Shell Hair Pins, 5c a dozen. Extr Fine Tortoise Shell Hair Pins, 1 dozen in box, 10c per box. Men's Neckwear, all the new things in Clubs, Bows and Tecks, at knock-ou- t prices. Large Silk Bows for children, 25c each. Pearl Buttons, 5c a dozen. Bullitt Pearl Buttons, 10c a dozen. Knitting Silk, 5c a spool. Ladies' Garters, silver and gold buckles, 25 cents. Seaming Braids, all colors, 5c a bunch. Ladies' Waist Sets, 10c Men's 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. Perfumery, 5c a bottle. "7. SiS" 4 f i. .! t a "i; 3 MEN'S BLACK AND BLUE CHEVIOTS SUITE, $2.98. VERY STYLISH MADE. We Are Selling Men's New-- Style PJaid All Wool Suits for $5.00, Worth $10.00. Ask to See Our Line of Men's Silk Lined Spring Suits THEY ARE BEAUTIES. Boy's Cassimere Knee Pants, - - - 24c a pair.y Boy's Knee Suits, e9e.upto$3.98. . .... ' nt Saturday, ipril 3,'3,, Men's Jeans Pants, - - j Price Our Line of Parasols and UmbrGlIas, Ngw Styles y; hk and Coloreel m s at y many BARGAINS that line our shelves and counters that tare can't mention here would fill a volume. Give us a on. get cjur cash prices, compare them with our. competitors, and we will uo the rest. Hoping to receive an early call. We are, Respectfully, JJChe SA-- V j F -- !l 9 4 ? -- d W D. . -- mi r wmtn rFfrFM y. it OLDHM 1 . - & COMPANY. r -- ,- ?h. w J yTir tiiii . - i ' it- i- liiiTni-iiirw-- iiii i,i ' iMv-7--aBr-Ff- c frv-JfpwfiFA- -i' - - i: " - " R" aaK- -. MR:.- - ) i I ' r -- - -. .f3T5rVA Sit li " 'I ' e 3 Ji". r If - i - " ' .' - "' i K Iu- WIMto TU I):.Un J riimov I llu EMWllitllrl'U vllIIluAa -- HHt g :g r ADVERTISING BATES. i - KENTUCKY NEWS. loo Latest ew rrom au raru Commonwealth. THE FALLS .... I ox . uh the general assembly. n fw Ullla Introduced, " 2 i " : ; s i i r s 5" S SPACE. : ? 3 : 5 : S 2" : $-- t T - : : a : S I Inch 3 4 m her sister cities across the river, as well as to run the street cars and furnish electricity for driving the wheels V ol yi Col in a number of manufacturing estabol i loon Koaltiw " """' lishments. Kerr's invention has had a successnotices 10 cents a line for first n ful test on lieargrass creek, where a a sert on. 5 ctnTs a line for each additional and s.a.Ur matmodel drove a number of mechanical Obilu.rics reolut.onofre-pee- t ter 1 hlf rates. No specified position. appliances. Kerr's invention consists of wheels ANNOUNCEMEMT-CIRCUICANDIDATES set in the river's current, connecting with electric dynamos. The whole can JUIXiK. be built for 510,000, he says. reA scheme has been suggested to T. J. Scott i a candidate for election to the office f.t,.iri,u"tee build a canal and take power from in this (the 2.1th) Judicial District, this, but such a project would cost wiliject to the action of the Demo- S2,000,000. . NO QUORUM. cratic paaty. 5 3 00 3 50 3 50 4 00 s 00 Inches, Inches. Inches. Inches. f i oo i 7J 3 jo i ys s lCol' 1 15 00 13 s 19 00 18 75 00 13 00 34 5C 4000 400 600 901 i!(n J! 6 oi 9 00 13 00 3j 00 40 00 60 00 S000 800 100 17 75 3 5 5o 3 3 6 7 tii 5 s 7 oo 00 10 00 13 on 00 15 so f n oo jop iitoa 17 5 At LnolsTllle to lie Harocss-x- l for Povrer .A Motor Invrnteil. Louisvillk, Ky., March 9 Inventor It. M. Kerr, of this city, has a motor to harness the power of the falls in the Ohio at this place. He enthusiastically declares that by talcing- the power in the falls and putting it to use ho will be able to light Louisville and T icnale ll;Dt tbs lny la U. college 1)1 1 unJ a Ur. Jones ofXtred an amendment providing lhat the interest on the JJOSOOO be divided. Kith the colored school at Frankfort rhe IL1 acd arsenduienls will bs voted oa. Saturdiy. HotJsr Friday a resolution wis adopted the assistant adjutant general to report how many dam he has been in the actual terrice of the state durlnc the past year. This fflco is a sinecure, nnd us Waiter Forrester, he present incumbent, is an nsn. tbo Hunter p ople nre proidlns htm. A 'csolutlon of rcc et was adopted oa the death f Wm. A. Pepper, of Uraclcoa county, a forcer member ot the house. The fol. owing new Jills were introduced: To abolish the custom f print n; of posters by llical courts bond fates, ana requiring lbs to be m.do la salary re luce to tho lewspapcrs: )f the assistant adJut nt central to tl per fear to abolish thu oCIjj of register of lands; to legallzs the borrowing ot money by the ipver- -l aylums: to lncreiMu thi llcen e of I vera and to J scale ranging Irom 125 to J(M. giving magistrates, quarterly tnd police courts Jurisdiction in cases where the penalt may be a tine of tsn and imprls-snmefor li mo tlis. w.is pased. The prebent law rlve j indlciHT to such courts ji caics ot 150 ttuji and -- 0 days' imprison- antt-IIunt- er salooa-lccepers nt FRANK.roftT. Ky., March r7. Jfassrd. Sat None were It is Thought by Many HIGH WINDS Senate-T- he discussing the A. and rote vra not reached Erbm the Creator said to woman "in sorroTcr shalt thou bring forth children," that a curcc was pronounced, but the joy felt by eirery Soother when che first presses to her heart her babe, proves the .It Pmlucalt Csncra dm; Hugs UnoMlnes T is Oitt, Wave In tho Swollen contrary. the pathway of the Expectant Mother, and should be avoided, that she may reach the hour when the hope of her heart is to "be realized, in full srigor and strength. Danger and suffering- - lurk in "Mother's Friend" so relaxes the system that the natural tnd necessary.. change lakes place f without Fausea Henrous or .Headache, Antl-IInnt- COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. candi-datefor anKkv. A. Cuutphkr directs the as nouncement of himself the a ofllce of to Commonwealth' Attorney in this , (the 20th) Jiuliciai isim-iof the Democratic to the action party. COURT. FOR JUDGE MADISON COUNTY calL date for Judgo ty Court, subject to the action of the Those opposed to Hunter again Democratic party. fused to answer to their nanus. FOB JAILER. I herebv announce myself a candiof the Madison Coun- roil call at Saturday's joint session showed only 50 members present, the republicans and lrec silver and gold democrats refusing to answer to their names The president ruled that there was no quorum present, but said he would liberally construe that statute requiring a daily ballot for senator and order the roll auti-llunt- er Republicans and Free Silver and Gold Democrats Refused to Answer tu Their Names. Frajjkfort, Ky., March 29. The er Died of LocJw. HonuxsviLLK, Ky., March 27. John Lea veil, a wealthy young planter, died it his home near Trenton Friday morning of lockjaw, occasioned by having His accidentally mashed a finger. jaws became locked Tuesd.jy, since which time his agony was fearful to nitness. He could swallow nothing. Mnntlcrllo's 1e.ilmii Sytem. Mont cki.i.o, Ky., March 27. W. P. Howe, an enterprising Kcntuckian, has purchasid an t repaired the old 'mLlfirW i mvmm i,Vi fftfirfi'A 'Gloomy . and at the trying hour makes Child-birt- h easy, as so many happy mothers haire experienced. Nothing but "Mother's Friend" does this. Don't be deceived. "Mothor'a Friend1 is tho greatest remedy ever pat on tho markot,e.ud alljpy castomcrB praise it highly .r W.H.Kii:g Co., Whitowright, Tex. Foreboding " 't j i re- , r l o..L.v i a candidate for t Jailer of Madioou count v, Miliject to the anion of the Democratic parly. A T Fjsh is a candidate for Jailer ot Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce P. . I'.ro ddus as candidate for Jailer con lty. Mihje.-- t to the of Madi.-wiaction of the Democratic party. We are authorized m announce for Jailer of Jkssi: Conn a candidate to the action Madison county subject of the Democratic party. FOR SUIT. I'URI.U' INSTRUCTION. Mrs. John Williamson is a canIndidate for Siiperintei'dont Publicinjeoni'ty. struction for Madi-o- n ect to the party. VOR action of the Democratic 01 PURER NTENDRNT SCHOOLS. ITIILIC of the Democratic puny. v Wip.r.HsLsa candidate for of Sunerintendcnt of Public Schools on MiuliMin county. subject totheacti i FOR CLERK MADISON C5IRCUIT COURT. i.--a S. H. Thorim:, Jr.. Incumbent, on candidate Tor Clerk or tin- - Mad. -Ky., Marcit 29. InIIoriciNSViLLK, Circuit Court, subject to the notion surance amounting to S15O.093 was of the Democratic party. taken out Satur lay evening upon the buildings of the Western lunatic FOR COUNTY CLERK. asyluru, near this city. It wss divided We arn authorized to announce equally among the diJTercnt companies to suc-c-John F. White a candidate Mndion doing business here. The asylum had himself a Clerk of been without any insurance upon it County Court, subject to the acUoii for several weeks. of tlie'Deinoeratle party. The Matter tti Ho I ie'lcted. to :nno:in Framifort, Ky., March 29. The We are authors.-.- ! )R. II. K. MIDDLET..N R OKJldldattspeaker of tha house Saturday morn: ing appointed a committee to investifor Colintv Clerk of Madison, siil.je.-to the action of t!3 Heuiij.ar:cp:t. gate the report that smallpox is raging in the prison hospital. If true, the governor will be asked to adjourn tho TOR SHERIFF. general assembly at once, and call the H. II. Colyhr i a candidate foi body to meet in Louisville Monday Sheriff of Madison eonnty, subject morning. to the action of the Democratic Scott Jackson's Mother's Instructions. party. Xewfort, Ky., March 29. One of the deputies at the hanging of Jackson and Walling is authority for the statefor county assessor. is a candidate ment that Mrs. Jackson advised her Jamks C Miller die of Madison county, sub- Bon to die manfully, as sec-e- ts he must, for Asse--buried of the Democratic and to die with all his ject to the action in his breast. party. Condurtor Killed by a Train. V are authorized to announce Hoi'KiNsriLLE, Ky.. March 29. While John W. Moorbsn a a candidate for attempting to step from the platform county, subject to the caboose of a freight A.sSvor of Madi.-otrain on party. to the action of the Uopuhlu-athe Louisville & Nashville railroad at We are aut!ior!z?d to announce Earlington. Lee Watt a conductor, .1. ISroaddus a candidate for lost his footing and was crushed to Ami j"ct to the death. County action'of tli Democrat'c party. Left a Fortune. Lexington, Ky., March 29. James We are authorizd to anii'iiinc T. McCormick, aged Co years, for many C. Curry a candidate for As-eof Madi-o- n county, subject to the ac- years a member of the Lexington tion of the Democratic party. city council, died of heart disease. He accumulated a fortune in the wool "l Hunter received 50 votes and the chair ruled that there was no election, a majority of both houses not being present and voting. UNIVERSITY CHAMPION. J. M. Elliott Will Itepresent That Institution In the Oratorical Contest. Lexixotok, Ky., March 29 J. M. Elliott, representing the Periclean society of the Kentucky university, won the preliminary contest of that college and will be the representative in the contest oratorical April 2. Lis subject is "Tho Demagogue." The State college will choose its rep resentative Sunday night. Th judges selected for the contest are: Itishop Burton, Lexington; Judge Holt, Frankfort, and Prof. Taylor, Louisville, with A. Y. ForJ. Louisville; J. W. Alcorn, Stanford; J. T. O'Neal, Louisville; Helm 1'ruce, Louisville, and Rev. Ga Darsie, Frankfort, alternates. J).tth or Dr. J. II. R.cjhter. Cyntiiiana, Ky.. March 23. Dr. J. II Ilightcr, the oldest mason in this county, died at his residence, one mile west of this city, of old age. He was one of the most eminent physicians in this part of the state. He had been unable to practice his profession for the last four year? on account of His iutcrment took place Saturday afternoon at llattlc Grove Cemetery witn masonic hoao-s- . Lunelle Aylnm Insure I. inter-collegiate telephone line between this place and Uurnside, and added a new line to Jamestown, Ky., placing this region in the circuit ot one of the most complete telephone systems in the st ite. LonsviLLE, Ky., March 27. The Louisv.lle Soap Co. assigned Friday, after the tiling of two attachment suits. Nominal assets S14.50D, assets 3,500. Fink & Feldhaus, wholesalo saddlers, assigned to Arthur E. Mueller. Assets S7.000 of stock and open account; liabilities not stated. Howling Gueen, Ky., March 27. Will Hay, soj of Col. Phil Hay, a prominent farmer, shot and dangerously wounded Will Hagan, a switchman for the L. and N. railroad, Friday Hay is 22 and Hagan about night. 3J. lloth men had been drinking and wore good friends. His Second Attempt at Suicide. Owinosville, Ky., March 27. Poverty and bad health prompted Henry Gates, of the l'easticks neighborhood, to attempt suicide by tne morphine n route, the prompt work of Dr. has probably saved the man's life. This is Gate's second effort to end his Wal-r.e- Sent by Mail,on receipt of nric$l 00 PER BOTTIE. TJook "To Expectant AloUiers" mailed free, containing vrluablo iuionnaUon and voluntary testimonials. The BRADHELD REGULATOR CO..ATLAflTA,G. GOLD ilY ALL DRUGGISTS. '"v-'- 4 I. miv He Fai urea. GILBERT SAYLOR, Miot II s Frie.id. j Frankfort, Ky., March 2(5. The jrovernor 'Jhursday pardoned Gilbert Baylor, of Hell county, who killed Hiram Shackleford and James Middlc-to- n several years ago. The two men who wero killed went to Saylor's Jiouso to abduct his wife, and in tho melee that followed Saylor killed one of the men and Mrs. Saylor was bidly wounded. The second man was killed some time after. In passing on the case the governor states that it is one of the most remarkable cases that has ever come before him. Saylor had four trials that resulted in two convictions and two bung juries The court of appeals gave him a new new trial, and his agony was ended Thursday by the pardon. BROKEN LEG. 3'aDllne Martham, the ISorleiqae Actrets, Awarded fleuvy DiMiiufrrg. Frankfort, Ky., March 20. Miss ConTlcted of Having Killed Two Men, Pardoned by the Governor. life. th t. or vestigating the killing1 of Will Day, by F. M. Talliaferro, returned tho papers, Judge Reeves at indorsed dismissed. once ordered Talliaferro and bis bondsmen released from further obligations. One Dead, the Other Fatally Hart. Plymouth, Ky., March 27. As the result ol the old quarrel between Jacob Leeds and ltlanchard Thomas, at Laplaz, Thursday night, Thomas was shot and instantly killed by Leeds, after the latter had been fatally cut by a knife in the hands of Thomas. tiled at the Age of 98 Years. Hoi'Kinsville, Ky , March 27. John Long, the oldest citizen in this county, dijd at his home near Crofton of pneumonia, aged 9S years. He was a of Kennoted character in this tucky, having come from Virginia and located over 00 years ago. Killed Father an-- ton. Mt. Gilrad. March 27 Thursday night Amoi Kiggs shot and killed Young lloyd and his father, v. K. lloyd. Young Uoyd had run off with one of Rigg' daughters. Riggs is said to have shot the two men from ambush. Died ot llitnrt Trouble. Lexington, Ky., March 27. James McCormick, aged C4, died Friday morn ing of heart trouble. He was for many years a member of the city council, and was well known in the wool and leather trade of the south. n Elkton, Ky., March 27. The present grand jury, which has been in- Tallin fcrro Gors Free. t - 0-, sc ing cough and measles are playing havoc in this countj. One death has occurred and many more cases were reported Friday. Country schools will be closed temporarily. ondomnatlnn Snlta. Ky., March 27. County Attorney W. O. Davis has prepared suits against a number of turnpike companies in Woodford county to be filed in condemnation proceedings ordered by the fiscal court Snmllp.ix in the Penitentiary. Frankfokt, Ky., March 27. It is C Lancaster, Ky., March Measles Arr KpHemlc. 27. . Whoop- FOR CITY ATI OR KY. We are authorised to announce Okken Clay a canditlat" for the o lice or City Attorney.of Itlchmoiid. Kv., subje-- t to the action of the Saturday afternoon. They bed been De.nocr itic arty. overcome by ga. The women wero We are authorized to announce J. dead and the man was unconscious a candidate for Talrot Jackson asRichmond, Ky.. He was removed to St. Vincent's hosCity Attorney, of pital. The three registered at the hosubject to tha action of the Demo- tel Friday night as Mr. and Mrs. Marcratic party. shall and Mrs. Alice Ilayshay, of JJos-to- business. Thr?e Ururcuuin by tias. Xew Yoiik, March 29. Two women and a man were found iu thjir rooms at Flanley's hotel, on Hudson street, Versailles, FOR CORONER. O. We ara authorized to announce (.;. DoziERa candidate for Coroner, sublet to the action of the Democratic party. rumored that the penitentiary hospital The is full of smallpox patients. prison physician says it is only forty cases of measles, but the legislators are badly frightened. Commission Monti int Sulfides. Mineral Ltml Sold fur Taxes. Charlotte, Mich., March 29. Scott Sergent, Ky., March 27. Three Seavolt, a prominent commission merfive hundred acres of choice chant of this city, shot and killed him- thousand mineral lands were sold in self in the woodshed of his residence mountain taxes. It went at noon Saturday. No cause is known Pike- county Friday forworth five timc3 at per acre, and is He leaves a widow for the suicide. the amount in gold. and two children. n. Pauline Makham, the burlesque actress, some two years ago went to PAIS THE. . .EE Louisville to perform, and while walking up Seventh street, from the train 1 to the hotel, fell into an open cellar and broke her leg. Zach Phelps brought suit for Miss .YCD PAY FOR THS larkham against llauraeister & contractors, who were repairing the building. The jury awarded her 1,500 damages. The court of appeals Thursdaj' morning affirmed this Died From llydriiphohtf. decision, giving interest and damages, Elkton, Ky., March 24. News of a which now amount to $0,000. 5 SECOND STREET. horrible death has just reached the city from the neighborhood of Allegra, Want Lower Itaten. RICKMCK3. few north of Lexington, Ky., March 20. The de- eight miles Mr.s. DollyElkton. A aged Plione.Xo. 3. Morgan, weeks ago cision of the supreme court in the 71 years, received, a severe g.ish in the case of the United States vs. the pilm of her hanL While her h.ind Freight association, was healing she fed her pet dog from declaring agreetraffic that the wou-vlit and the illegal dug went dog licked Mrs. Morgan The ments by railroads are mad an was because they are in restraint dyin.r with'n of trade, has caused a renewal of the taken with hydrophobia, appearance of fight by the Lexington chamber of a few hours after the commerce for reduction in freight the symptorrs. Inijmrttnt Willi.. td til. rates, which will allow Lexington to Lexinoton, Ky.. March 24 Jason compete with other and larger cities as Tieed died at the insane asylum Tuesjobbing center for aentral and eastern morning. Itee I was a witness to Kentucky. The traflie agreement was day killing of Jess'j the only obstacle, and now that is re- the 13 years ago. Tyrco by Arthui His testimony was Piatt gainversed, the chamber is hopeful of expected to bj important in the coning the desired end. viction of Piatt, who was tecently from E jgland, aud is to bo ronefct About a Girl. . Paducaii. Ky., March 20. It was re- tried in ported here Thursday night that J. Stubborn t ltuest u.lieo. Frank Potts, of Fancy Farm, ThursIrvine Depot, Ky., March 20. For day afternoon fatally wounded W. F. refusing to testify before the grand Harris near Pottsville, Graves county. 'jury, Judge Kedwine ordered Hud From what can be learned they had a Moore, colored, to jail. quarrel concerning Potts' daughter. Saloonkeeper Astlns. Potts drew a knife and stabbed Harris four times, wounding him fatally. Georgetown, Kj., March 20. M. J. Potts is a prominent farmer of tho Hickey, a saloonkeeper, made aU asFancy Farm neighborhood and Harris signment Thursday. Assets and n is a tobacco man. s unknown. I'm nn. lUnk-TCaie Decialoi Modified. Lawrencebuko, Frankfort, Ky., March 20. The national democratsKy., March 2. Tho and republicans of court of appeals Thursday modified or this county have agreed to a fusion on bank-ta- x extended its opinion in the ca-The modification is not material, the county offices to be filled next Nohowever, simply providing that banks vember and will make nominations need not pay taxes on money left in Saturday, April 3. deposit, because the depositor pays on it, but reiterates that banks must pay THE MARKETS. on franchise, capital stock, real estate, Cincinnati. March 27. etc. B sFSSSk zf33) FLOUll Sprint: Liner. ft.73&4.t0: spring , Mcrri-wenthe- r, Paducaii, Ky., March 24. The river situation during the last 21 hours has not Improved. At 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon the gauge registered 50.7, and was rising at the rate of one tenth every two hours. About that time the wind began tp rise very rapidly, and since then has been blowing a perfect gale, and, on account of tho waves, it is impossible to form an accurate idea as to the stage of the river. Very fortunately for the business interests, the, wind is blowing toward the Illinois shore. The L C transfer 6toamer Osburn was unable to land with the St. Louis train, ou account of tho running of the waves, for two hours, 'ihe rise of half or of a foot since last Monday night immense over an has spread many who wero territory, and high and dry last night found the water at their doorsteps Tuesday morning. Tho City of Clarksville Tuesday landed at a point of a mile from the normal bank of the river. The N. C. and St. L., at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, notided the merchants that it could rjcoivo no more freight until further notice. Ihe tracks at the N. C. and J5l L. depot are to much under water that tha train Tuesday night was obliged to stop at E cventh street. Old river men disagree as to the seriousness of the local situation and the height which the Ohio may be expected to reach here. Most of them incline to the belief that not more than six or eight inches more can be expected here. Others say at least another foot will be recorded before the flood comes to a stand and begins to recede. Although the closing down of mills and the partial suspension of traffic by rail and river have made hundreds here idle, there are great signs of activity in certain quarters of the city, where goods are being removed from stores, wholesale houses, factories or A foot more tobacco warphousss. water, a conservative estimate, will put the lower floors of 200 dwellings and mercantile establishments under water. Great fears are entertained that the terrific winds of Tuesday night have injured HrookVyn, 111., just across tho river. Several minor accidents to shipping have taken place, but so far nothing serious. TWO POLITICIANS rizht Hot Konui la the Capitol Hotel, lTtikforc. Frankfort, Ky., March 24. An exciting fistcuff between two prominent republicans enlivened the scene in tho Capitol hotel office Tuesday night J. D. V bite, of Clay county, and Hon. R. D. Hill, of Whitley county, a candidate for United States district attorney, have bsen at a daggers points since tho primary election last summer. White having accused Hill of helping, while acting as chairman of the district committee, to rob him of the nomination. 'I ho two met unexpectedly in the hotel otlice Tuesday night Whit', without saying a word. thot out his right nnd landed heavily on Hill's templo. It staggered HilL who struck wildly at White and missed. White then landed again on Hill's neck. Friends interfered and avoided further damage. Thcy are both Hunter men. three-quarters oae-fourth Klver. S BELLS uu"iriniiji.aruuiitHl k Pine- - li rtJTrtjTrntrirtnrLrtj p lrtiirtruuinxuTAxt, u.. Tar v; : To bring the money saving public to our store. A telling attack c n values. ( h ,. ness uniooked for even by the most exacting. Our constant endeavor to uv. t ir. quality up and crowd the price down brings the knowing shopper here and T . this the...... w mm muMmm'Tikt in Jat3 bSidfly H Ltl TE7 I 51 (iisiest Furniture Store In Central Kentucky. - will fop mcou&h aSBl t of hold by nil drueirlsts or nt upon prlct 25a, 5jc uud fl per bottle by rS12 E. I- - SUTnCRI. M V EOICIX E CO., Mplin Oak, "Walnut and Birds-E3- e day, and by .s received nearly every Mantel Beds, Chiff. very latest designs. Upright Folding-Bedalways have the Bed Steads, all in Ash, Oak, Curley Birch and Mahogany. and Separate BedRoom Suites at all Prices -- ; i . s. IS' Dressers, Bureaus, Secretaries, Chiffoniers, Hall Ti . Moulding, Chairs, Easels, Screens, Mantel Mirrows, Center Tables, Extendi, n ture Springs and Mattresses in designs and quality to phrase every one from happy lit to the cranky old maids and bachelors. Side-Boards, Book-Case- s, rABUCAIf. KV. 27-- 20 Our Line of Rockers READY TO PLY THE TRADE Our fnclorv Laurel Street in Uicli-- ! mm,,,... nn.i nm .v piepared to liil orders forti tofti-011 'V''V'V''' ee lb Elm, Oak, Curiy Birh, IVlshoixanN and Wi!!ov. 1 ,..,...1 ia ...-- . !..,, ,0 w...r 4 "Ms ci B A..J iiiau!i!i. ad 1! , I Just, rpfpivpfl. , frfish :ird ti"w from the factories have caused many !. an(j wonder lo see such jroods sold in Richmond. Don't fail to crme and sec W little Desks, e Lave just ivccived for tho ladies in Oak, Curly Birch and Mah w WW- -- : 1. "Wi M. c! are alweys at horn? and glad to Very not, C3 don't fail to call. 117? you any time whether yon iri.-- h t-- j I j tob" 25? chants. in- We can Rive you Bnnnln, moiifv. Send us a tri;il "inicr; ou will le litil willi our jirodiirN. pleated to hear (10111 country nter ! White Ross, Mucnanan A , xr-- w t? -I r1111 "D '.',, " 1'iciiuoxn, Ky. ,. .... Whitc-Colso- Wl WVlli .HiHfBSfil wi raifaira &h ..;. ; new lizc cf CoffiES ted Ccskets :'nst from tlio Fnc'tCiy zrA ccverai cow desirrs. J m ! WiWIW SnSi & -- 7Th o e e j j t$2 ft ; . z . . ' -- 00 is .AAj. yMm&SLf. T Irliii "Y" ""-"- -- ' - h! & iln FREIGH-- "'""" mtmr rBBtfiy TRADE MARKS, DESICNS, 7l l F CmTy 3 i I fvg 7777? 1 T II II II fcsa ifcHSKf, k &:0:eCr3i:-&j;s-:- Last week we i eoa f 0.51s ::5';.vr.. ??7Z-?V- ? , " AAWAV'A vmir .il -- :-- miM't'lv rJ f tiatoourli.'..f n ' i ?ff nTinn;ian riTiilPin ,n ,n w ,n n p DRINKS. Anyone sendlnjr a rtetrh and description may quickly ascertain, free, wlietner an InTentlonls robably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. Oldest acency for securing patents In America. We hare a Washington offlci. Patents taken through Munn li Co. recelra specuu notice In tne COPYniCHT3 &c. r t k k n n n wt n t 1 1 s 1 ' s W k Y kSJ SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, beantlfullr illustrated. lireest drcnlatlon of anr scicutinc Journal, weekly, terms liu) a year; flJO six months, specimen copies and 1Land llotiil ox I'atksts sent free. Addreu MUNN &. CO., 3C1 Droadnny, New York. 2S-2- and inarch tt tho City Store to inspect tlio varied ;. NovoL its. It u.eIo.s to toll tho Ladie-- . that cljockn, hir." small, aro all tho nifre. Kvery olio have a ch o or at Io:tst a check .nit, or at fe.iht a chook skirt, a t' terial ranpes in price from 39c a yartt to $6 a uit. The popularity of tho Scotch tory, "Tho Bonn;.n - Theso. bountiful Min.hiiiy ly. tho Ittlio fa!! !, . k ;i t KY. 7 Trans-Missou- ri IJusIi," Iuim riven iss these Sctrtcli Checks, and "Drumloehty" IMiitl is the iwwost aid tiost, hut there are Covert", Ktaminps and Tiiisn-- l ( amonjr the Novelties, and an ineressiinr deuisntl for colors; so the female population i.eeif uot be dn-.- Pl:' l'.i . i' . ! ! 1 ' . . 1 our closest attention; Grenadine at 'JCte per yard. Etamiuo Cloth iu IJIack and Navy will make a lire that will not inn, or or catch the o"irt. Wn tur:: ir in this department to the 3 woive.N. het blacks. A beautiful Wool uniform. Mack Goods receive mi Dimities at Me. I5e sad tOe rvan!. Anooft the etrest W.--oIi,I colors ami fatter: fcjatfcoine f,.-.-.,ooils are Srotch in Linens with Sat.n strip-.s- : Linen Lawns, Ac., makinfr as foil drciapUtt line or Oress uoous as eer shown by this houe. near m tBiad we have t Trimmings to .mi it one of them, and Laces, Embroideries and Riliu .i La-te- tt WASH GOODS - r i i Ap-il- m m m mch31 - Gm It will py ytm to COTTONS AND SHEETINGS. row. aiHl at this buy rig' store f present and future v ants. This i the period oh Mtk stores wfcea cot an! jlue are not so cloeI ccntdtred as uu.il. ami for soring sanppen kn. Uanutjb of it The goods we car:;, are staniliig, besc :jb rj 1,'iw Ilos.ry aud l nderwear. adi-r.ts- jit t-- H i : Wiwi e -- lia-biii- ti well-know- Ant:-silv- er - a M. & ( Qs ooo , j i - (jib so n jbi x - al PA6ENT5 MltRESPONDnNCEn o MAGNETIC NERVINE . ess a o aseaaacseeceeesoceaceQsooooecesGSQo oasoeeoeo90aoGaaas9aooooooeooQccreac9as a QAv e aaaaaaajaaaiTaaaafKkKtK.KAak&A.a.A.Ka a k r , Cumberland .11 In eg Harnlnc;. Sturgis, Ky., March 20. The Cumberland mines, west of this city, aro burning. 'Ihe fire was caused by a miner's lamp igniting the timbers- - All efforts to stop tho fire havo proved futile. It is feared that an explosion may occur at any time by the flames igniting the gas. j3j .'amUr. ;amUy. M3)3.6. extra, ti TS J 3. it) lowcrade, li5Ua.i;u rye. northwestern. tloj&iTJ. do uprins patent. J4 3044 TO; dnter patent. fir.OilTU: f incy. J4.10 '4.30; ,Z32& ?3 otf S El MSl-Tk- W.n AFTER- G ri P ' -- $ekm Mt . ' . - I t.. P" j Kl s r . ao J. M.-.i- e" 9ast. sa C9Xa- :it. tiSjIlTJ.'2 VVntAi-Xo S- Cru.lifl Under Tons ot Slate. Parkkhsburg, W. Va., March 29. A. W. bimmons, a miner employed by the Moaongah Coal & Coke Co., at Monongah, was buried by several tons of slate iu mine No. 2 Saturday afternoon. Up to midnight his boJy had not been recovered. Di-- burned at midnight, together began falUng here early Friday morn- here, fifteen head of mules, feed and gauge shows a drop of four with ing and the farming Implements. Very little ininches since midnight. surance. Refused to Pay Ills Salary. Lexington, Ky., March 2G. Auditor Pearce has refused to pay to J. II. Staples hi salary as member of the Will Mo The Ttlvtir Falling at I'Ailacsh. Paducau, Ky., March 27. The river Mnlrs Cremated. Lebanon, Ky., March 23. A large barn belonging to J. M. Miller, near red. tr.ick, 8U COift Sales: White ear. track. 24a Oats N'o. 2 mixed, nominal, ot 21c. Logs Select butchers', L05i 10: fair to Rood packers, til'5 a4.05; fair to good light, .3 9J&4 05; common and roughs. Fair to good shlpp n. ?3.7S4 65: nee. S4.7irt5.0U: rood to choice Lutchers'.HOJ t;4 SO; fair to medium butchers', (X35&3.90; common. fJ.5023 Oa SUEtP and Lambs Sheep: Extras. M35 Iq4.-X- : common to i.bii. good to choice, 4.5a, Lambs Extra. ib.ih; food fair. 50 to fair. $1 "jJ to choice, SL7.3tj5.li: N'o. 3 t red. comiial ul 9)c Salc3: BEFORE: ST?old by W. cicvea. lozainCiltiiti onricfoicf Drica. 5heltu:tiledIciseCo,Suriul,j:iiia. While, Drnpsest, Kichmond, Ky. vwvnm lui n Easily. Cuickly. Permanently ncs?;rcd. &3irV.!. SricS Lost Vlullty, eTons Debility, Ionorinla, Falling Mcjnorr, and all Mnt uircases ana ail wcaxnessea rcsnlitnz rmra early pr Inter C9li- - SMs &r ))a ' . aj ' v.'' -- .ja (..-I9M SZ' -x. Jtist opened on Second V'reet at tlie stand re- e,,,Iy 0CC"P"ed s '.'.'.11 ;;;; T-- WjT T h :::ii ... 'Mil a A.CIienaull. iiew and :UIV AHpowI- i QANDY CAIHABTIC diRICOMSTlPATION tf r 0' I da,. CG.. C3ee. O0c SO VV pk "0.'vrA v ' soiI as 1W 'ie 'WKet for L59. .t 1SIIM0KE "I Staples has absented fell from the Big Four bridge, a dis- himself from all save two meetings tance of CD feet, two weeks ago, died since November last. The courts will SntnrIT- - morn'n"' be appealed to. Commlttm Ttkea 'o Action. Frankfort, Ky., March 2a The reThe smallest grain of aniline publican state central committee met will color a ton Thursday morning at nine o'clock, but of wine. A grain of per- did not take any uction concerning The manganate of Gov. Bradley, as was promised. potash will red- committee will meet again Thursday den seven thouafternoon. sand times its Life IlrookH Sen truce. A noted mechanical expert said weight of water. West Liberty, Ky., March 28. LaThe most trididn't know the recently: fling disorder fayette llrooks, the murderer of Gns queen & crescent used hard coal will disarrange MeKinzy, has had his trial and been on their engines." Hesaw only white every organ of in the penitenthe body and sentenced to 21 smoke, for the road uses all modern cause eventual tiary. Sheriff Elam and others left appliances for avoiding the nuisance disease and Thursday night for Frankfort with death. It is the llrooks. of smoke, dust and cinders. The little ailments . Held for neglected that Wuitesburg. Ky., March 20. The. make the big diseases. Host examining trial of Henry C Frazicr serious diea.;es for the murder of Eli Isonlast week Is the only line running solid ves- have their in ception in a disordered digestion and faulty was held Thursday. Prazier was held steam-heatetibuled, nutrition. This i tmeof that most deadly for murder in the first degree, and was trains to the South. of diseases consumption. It is also true not allowed bond. Jeffersoxvili.e, Ind., March 29. Frank Johnston, aged 17 years, who city council. .if Ills Injuries. Tried for Lunacy. Lancaster, Kv., March 23. Mark Jennings, who shot Georgo Mukes last week, surrendered to the sheriff iron-da- y morning. He will bo tried Tuesday on a writ of lunacy. Two Pardons Granted. Frankfort, Ky., March 2a Gov. Ilradley Monday morning refused one-year i.50. Cia-J- Veal Calves Fair to . extra, t5.75S6.0J: cood lis'ht. JLTVTfc common and larye. UW threo pardons, and granted pardons to Enoch and Erwin Lewis.of Greenup, convicts. Candidate for senator. Lancaster, Ky., March 23. G. T. Farris, democrat, will bo a candidate for the nomination lor state senator in this district He is at present chief of police of this place. tory at Aurora, exploded and seven men were slightly burned. It was with difficulty that the buildings were saved. Flned for Cnutemot. Lexinoton, Ky., March 23. Judge Parker Monday fined Attorney Robert A, Thornton and Capt. B. J. Tracey 30 each for contempt of court They fought in court last Monday. The caus3 of the altercation was also setA TUB of chemicals in the match fac- ra&o(ii(iE gas-lighte- d, Mnr-ler- fine merino. I03U3 per Wool clothla;, 13iilto: medium lb: quarter-blo13 ill;: braid, li ilSs, delaine and clothla-,'medium combinsr. H&Iij. Fino 13c: medium clothla?. IS& merino. X to XX. fleece, l31Cc. Ion? combln?. 16 'i 10c: delaine 17c: quarter blood and low. 1.1 14c: coaimoa, choice, 1J3. coarse, New Yuhs. March 27. Wnr.AT-- Na 2 red, Mav. 7d 77Jjc: September, 7447lKc July, 771-1- 6 Coits Xa 2. :v.5 J31c. Jul.-- . 21 Kc Oats Western. Ilfe30i: Miy, 2ljjs nominal. IIUCACO. March 27. asked; Wukat March, 71 ye: May, July. 7iH&71K September. CUXa bid. Cons March. SJiU &23 j,' c. Ma. 21K221fe; July, 25Jis bid; September. 20a2a?J. Oats March. I6Jc: May. 17j.lSo uid; July, IBo u&ked; September, 18.Sc PirrsnnncH. March 27. 7J; Cattle Prime. J4. 80 Si. 00. 3 tidy butchers',M.2a&lS). fair. oOJJI 00. bulls stags and cows, fL8.)(d,ft), fresh cows and springers, $J10. Hogs Prime heavy, best York-er- a, J4.25; common Yorkers and pigs, 13,9334.10. roughs. 10033.801 SnW Ohio fed westerns.' tl 413465; prime natives. S4.70dl.S4: good. 4434.03; fair, 14.00 &425; common, 13.253175; choice lambs, Jo. 53 iii.80. common to good, ,.4. 2535. 30. Unwashed oi . Wa-ihol- : cood.-$4.50- 3 tl-2- ! a 4a.. gnu- j r ' (SO Oa. Oa xV2i "We i ss so m it wtyyi w ? aaOUijU I Kywwwvw v i!o and booklet ,a cnrc idb I UUariiliUiiljU t,,. ''y i ni . ii mil nn r IIrlMdLSMs:b ALL DRUGGISTS La-- have no books nmlvfLflii sell free. Ad. STKKI.ISn SE31FDV(0..riiiraro.aiinSrM!.Can..orrtTlork. nycaseorconstlpaiion. facarfts arc tlie Mral er ip rr iripe.l.at rwt easy natural rrxulti. Sara- - u.J S3 ) o- .. can therefore All the Lowest Prices for Cash, - goor's fsesh HE Has WILLARD HOTEL, 3.00030X(yr?M5f5- 0CS. ' S9 city l supply D. CHENAUUT -- Xfif i r APv and a ne.v5 received .vvl vJfe3 fromvv -- A"ai t'w A x CO. .xV" k V i'- !! "lt? "tf S3 yfji :': .. 5 s Oa.a- '2 Mill ..-.' - a.- .W am i i' Recently o3 Bsea Convertefl Into a Modern Palace Halls and Entrance aro Marble and Tiling of the Finest Quality. w v8 A 2000 Yards - " Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors! - t)t I'mims and uim'ki: halls. i:s;)-!i:in- w; viti9goeii9attttiiiaeeoiijt99iaoiti0 o eeseaaecaaescsaeoeeeieeeaoeosoeossaeoesu ' ia ka.saAa.saiai.aasia.a. aa..a4.aaaiaaa ' WB'WW-- kAa.mAmkaaAakmaABiaAasaaa.AAAiaBBBa ? 1 d Offices and Dinlng-Rop- m Bzautlfuiiy Decorted and Icsr.tly Lighted --. Bril- - CTTJST iimi ma Standard d?y coaches (with smoking rooms and lavatories), Pullman drawing room sleepers, elegant cafe, parlor and observation cars. of nervous prostration and exhaustion and also of all forms of wasting disease. Ailments of this description may not only be pree sted but cured by a resort to the right remedy. An unfailing cure for all diseases that The CUEEnJ A. CRESCENT BpUTE have their origin in disorders of the digesruns tuliy equipped tiains from Cincinnati to Chattanooga, ilirmingha-a- . New tion and faulty nutrition is found in Dr. Orleans, Atlanta aud Jacksonville, with Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It through sleepers. Also through sleep-tncures digestive disorders, restores the appecars Cincinnati to KnoxviUe, Ashe-vill-e. tite, invigorates the liver,, purifies and enColumbia and Savannah, and from to Chnttanooga without riches the blood, builds healthy flesh and It change. Ac. for tickets cver4he Q. & C muscle and drives out disease-germW O Kinearron. General Passenger cures 9S per cent, of all cases of consumpAgent. Cincinnati, O. tion. Thousands have testified to these facts. Druggists who suggest substitutes are dishonest. Mrs. Ursula Dunham, of SUtersville. Tytr Co., W. Ya, writes: I should have been dead had it cot been for your medicine. I was nearly dead when I began taking Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical DLscoreryv I had a pain in my side all the time, had bnt HtUe appetite, and grew very thin. The 'Golden Medical Discovery' promntlycured - pain, restored my appetite, and increased Maixt Sfcpoot, ' 'Vfi K. Pierce's wnnderfil free book, "The (Opposite Glyndon. rcoplc&Couimou Sense Medical Adviser," will be sent paper-bounfor twenty-on- e stamps to pay ..the cost Country Produce Bought and .ceets in one-ceof taailiseoKiv Address DrvR. V. Pierce. durable; Y. F&r Highest Cash Market Bafelo, N. beiwrtifidly handsome, stamped,-sd.tealih covers, tr s. J.H.NEFF&C0. -- Jii: Ky., March ToiirKiNSViLLE, Thursday morning, near Martinsburg, Were Married feecr 'tly. child of Giles Ky., the Lexinoton, Ky., March 23. It leaked Uruington, fell into kettle of boiling soap and was literally cooked before it out here this morning that Arthur 11. Nelson and Mrs. Dixie Ann Young, could be rescued. daughter of County Clerk Claude 'Withdraws From the. Association. well known Louisvillk, Ky., March 2C Tho Chinn and sister of the Chinn, e trainer, Joe 3were & St. Louis Air line has Louisville married in Jcfforspnville, Ind.. March withdrawn from tho Southern Freight 2. The wedding has been kept secret association at St. Louis. 1 bis action been taken solely on the ground nnd became lenown by accident has An Investigation Will Da Mudo.) of economy. Prankfoet, Ky,, March 23. Ths Aged Phyilclnn Dead. "Cysthiana, Ky., March 26. Dr. J. house Jlonday morning authorized the H. Righter, a prominent and wealthy speaker to appointa committee of! five physician, died at his home, this coun- to investigate the report that certain verythlnR lor Orchard, Lavra "and Garden. ty, Thursday ufternoon, from paraly- members have been offered money for stock- pi Ornamental and 'Fruit sis, aged 72u He came here from Vir- their votes for United States senator. Tnll Vines, Asparagus and Small Trees, 4i Grape Truits. Mrnt Pay thn'I'o.neral Expanses .. ginia. . i ' CouisyjirJEiry.ji Marcli 23, lit, the Wa employ no agenM, feat sell at living prices Thrr Colored Peopf DrowneL direct to the laters. Telephone in office. JKllexsvilue, Ky., Jdarch 6. Mag-gi- a raww.A.j,;aaiiiigr, luuquRy, igBar,i a'MZaiai nuiuaW iU, kti- f:.the.gBSMlrjy j j S r& "7 j: Sbort, .Ma:a Snoden and Marshall cial.JSdelSMflBHBH, rk enarated. .from Xjm all, joolored, were drowsed. 20. four-year-old L'ternlly Cooked to h. tled when Judge Parker ruled that Capt Tracey should vacate Ashland Park by April 1. I have just opened on Firat Street, Caperton Buiklinr, a . OPS1TED I in the Its Equipments througfioiit jire without a Superior in the South, rate of .... Charges Considered & W EE f-OV- race-hors- NURSERIES Have licen Expocitled RKTES S RUST'S 'aHMM tell $lo,oooIn This Eccent Improvement. S2.50 PER DKY Sdoli Siiar nd mM&SBMimmb'best mv CTTCEEE will keep on hand tae quality of Fresh ami Cried Metxts, at reasonable Meats delivered promptly. Your Patronage solicited- - prices. Mir, J?., Mu&gs?. GRCATES1- ISCOWERV lOf THE AGE!1 DR. GBTTOH ROOT AXTJ j :!&&3&i k., and 'alwara sIwujnailtfurlw.Koi'i's! mwmi iHM - .ft li Mwa-Jfoo- . .,' rrcraaie aatueTev"blu. rwisaltit " I lltLTlfBT Rftrsr ptMi is on nxa jmi. IHeioUU- - MHWIHIII . ,f! sntne Ea irruiii.! acil" t I I (OrlgiBai 1 PI6E0N! n aol ILK ertelajvpoefc,alleoB. "'--- I.I Cures la 1 to 4 day. Ease B11U9 ia qiet-w- . .curj. ponw prareniiT. ' mchM-t- f Wm. E. Luxon5 Jr. i "T -iLiaiiisa tv m)thc 3l&" .'CoJ i. .iaff' IHERLIMM. $Jl5iN