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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1897 ric1897040701_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Tm-- ? i 1 THE RICHMOND CLIMA YOLUME RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, Madison County As A ' .V Vb & iff . KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1897. jn NUMBER 44. "Nothing else like it" Ths inot rcfrcshino' and We wish to caution users of Simmons L wr Iluhtor oa a subject of the deepest an! importance to their health-t- up their lives. The sole proprietors i m kf rs of Simmons Liver Regulator rut! customers are often deceived by yj, a ul taking some niedicine of a j. ar appearance or taste, believing it to o mmons Liver Regulator. We warn u bat unless ihe word Regulator is on r.e pas kae or bottle, that it is not Simmons l.i cer Regulator. No one else makes, or has made Simmons Liver Regulator, or anvhing exiled Simmons Liver Regulator, bat J H Zeihn& Co., and no medicine made bv anvone e is the sime. , We alone can r i u up and we cannot be responsible, if o ?r medicines represented as the same do ii ii hel you as you are led to expect they wdl Bear this fact well in mind, ifyou have been in the habit of using a medicine which you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regula-- t or because th name was somewhat like it and the package did not have the word Regulator on it, you have been imposed upon and have not been taking Simmons L.ver Regulator at all. The Regulator has been favorably known for many years, and all who use it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation Headache. Dyspepsia, and all disorders an ng from a Diseased Liver. We ask you to look for yourselves, and eee that Simmons Liver Regulator, which yoa can readily distinguish by the Red Z on wrapper, and by our name, is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. J. II. ZKTLIX CO. Take -a -- WARNING. air Cattle Producer A Sad Aiilicticn. A Daughter Dies In A Drunken Delirium. Columbia. Mo. Herald. Ranks High. Interesting Narration oi the Cattle Breeders of the Bine-Gras- s. New Firm. Surles UEArHLA2TEH3 We Send it FREE! -- TO The docline of heredity finds an awful n family in a illustration in a south Missouri town The father is a graduate of the Univerrity and visited here not Ion? a;;o. For years he was a drunkard, bi king modeialelyat firs', Finally then inc'i s'ng the poison. scatclv .. week passed that he was not on a r.piee and not a day that he li "lot soke himself in whisky. He The in i lied and a dauuter was born. !; tie girl grew into a tfprightly infant with her mother's rare biown hair and an her father's deep hlno eyes. "When she was three years old there came a sudden change. The child began to etaL'ger like a drunken man. She rolled her eyes nnd fell in fainting spells. She laughed wii idiotic, mirthless laugh and chattered as a lunatic. One bright summer day, rs the sunlight touched the trees with its last rays, she died. Her lost hours were like the agonies of delirium tremens. She clutched her hands convulsively and shrieked as though her body bad entered into hell most terrible. Her father stood beside the bed, his fare white na a gravestone ami his limbs trembling as theaspen leaf. Willi bowed hf'ail lie follow e J the shrnnken form to the silent city. From tli.it day no 'drop of liquor has passed his lips- well-know1 pleasant Soap for tlie skin. MEM Young and Old. Rejoice Willi us Ike r rf'fl ." "SffrWrjaJtgffAivSs! i Spoil Inn, $ rOK Kennedy 3 I CI MECiCATEn (Next door Hichrtond Nat. Bank.) in the Discovery. .P.Si tr, 7i nr-- D. '"vl.ts, .. s E. Baldwin & Co.'s Pianos and Organs. UV rj T 3 E0USIBS3 a?g S&&2&&&ZS& POWDER Absolutely Pure Celebrated for its great learen'ng strength and hcalthtulnesa. Assures the food against alum and all forma Of adulteration common to the cbeap brands, rotal dakino powdeb co, Nev; Borne Seeing Iilachines. OAP. I '.h I It a fact not generally known tliat and David James, of tlie same county, NEW YORK. Kentucky furnishes more extra fine ex-- 1 150 each. Dick Squires, John Coleman, port beef than any of the older States Charles Patrick, N. P. Berry and Daniel Greek Meets Greek. mchKMw save perhaps, New York. The annual .Scott, all of Fayette county, average" exportation of fancy beeves to England j about 100 export cattle each per year, So long as the people have left to them from this State amounts to over 75,000, The counties uhich produce the best head. The average alue ot tlne beeves beef cattle for export are Bourbon, Clark, such champions tta Walton, Keller, B Hodges, Woodson and Sommers, there is 2 5X . hich makes theiraggre-- . Madison, Montgomery, Garrard, Lincoln, ib $65 per head Wood- - little to fenrfrom thcattacksorthedefer-tio- n gate alue $4,S75.O0O. For more than! Boyle Fayette, Jessamine, Mercer, of the Courier Journal. It has lead onc hundred years the Blucgr.ihs region ford, Franklin, Henry, li'cott and Btli, the Democracy in the past through n of Kentucky has been noted for iu fine the principal bluegrass counties A new slaughter house, etc., but there are othstock of all kinds, and early in tliis cen breeder and feeder of export cattle has Telephone Your "Cousin," in er leaders now. Below is Editor Walton's I u ry gi eat fct rides were taken iu improv-ip- g come into the field iu Fayette county the person of L. V. Harkness, of New retort to Watterson's remark: the breeds of cattle. Tlie Courier-Journprefaces a column Simmons Liver Regulator. THE YPUg vzSSii&tr York, who made a large fortune in oil. ALEXANDER, THE lllTFOnnS, THE editorial, taking as a text an article in For the past tin ee years he has been buyHenley's Old Stand. cms the w i;fielI), the oriosb 33 ing up small farms in this county, until this paper, which charged that that paper No. 10. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. THE IIAMII.TONb, THE CHENaULTS was opposed to its little flock in the he now owns a tract all in one body of Catholic Split Imminent. and the other pioneer families formed an 1,500 acres, on which lie is breeding, in islature assisting in the election of a MhS MlLlKKll (iULDEX. VJLUJ 3 BRIDGEFORD'S V0 association forthe improvement of lie addition to trotting horses, the finest Pol United States Senator, although it apThere are indications that anothercon-flic- t stock, including horxes, cattle, sheep and led Angus export cattle He now has peared to us to be ixood politics to turn TLXOLUAPIIEll AXf) IE, between the conservative antl liberal hogs. This association sent the best-po- s AtWaivtebAzbell's Livery Stjui. ready for shipment nearly 100 head, down Hunter by electing Gov. Bradley, elements TYPEWRITER led Mock growers to England and impor iu the Roman Catholic Church e harness, cheaper All kinds ot by old buyers to since the democrats were povveiless to SF.E THEM! than can be bought any where in Itichmond. Ri hmom), Kentucky. ted the choicest specimens of Short ; which are pronounced cattle ever seen iu elect one of their party men, as follows: is imminent. be the finest bunch of Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction EXAMINE THEM! Since the installation of the Rev. Dr. fcSf For the Stanford Interior Journal the llonih, Herefords and other breeds of this county. They are all as black as ".fcrv adjoining A .R 7uraain'. Ieb2i-t- l guaranted. PURCHASE THEM I Courier Journal entertains sentiments on- Conaty as rector of the Catholic Univerfine cattle. From this nucleus the splen- crows and are as much alike as peas in a ly of good feeling and respect; though sity, to success Archbishop Keane, whoce did herds of Kentucky beef rattle have pod. Mr. Harkness is so facinated with ATTOaSfETS. that paper has not at all times observed removal was secured by the conservativ cs, DR. PEFFER'S grow u. In recent j cars a great many Polthe cattle business it is likely be will toward us a course best suited to its own there has been no open clash between the lEQYAL-TJUiS- Y led Angus have been impnitaut into soon lival the Caldw ells and Alexanders dignity, to say nothing of our claim, anil W. MILLER. 1 two elements. Dr Conaty's selection was theclaims of truth. Yet our I.EVTajSCOVEKY. SEYEJt FAILS. Kentucky and crossed with the Short in the magnitude of his operations. neighbor has as a rule seemed to us to regarded as a compromise in the interests pc n& or painlal Attobs by- J Zm 2i.'Pte d llurnsaii'l Herefords, producing a breed n3nturation.IiOT?c-- e lbyoTcrJ0,CiW The principal shipping season ir from prefer right to wrong and to have the of peace, and, while thero is no indication & Kentucky. Richmond, rf HCT. UllltTTVUSU "Ml OHciSd. tiC noted for ilb fine qualities for beef, com- August to December. Those ready to courage of its convictions. u ts N4 wars. oi car.fttr.Mi3 so xtaZiun. .Nan faction desires his removal, the yvr yjs, j ra.ic-Office in the Iiurnam Building, next door to bining a it docs quirk and large growth, hi WHU CHli Disclaiming any intention to he dis- that either e 13. ship iu August are fattened largely on rwiira ah pin u wrap r. oM feb3-l- y iiiu !jciJ Farmer's National Hank. conflict may break out on a new lino as pa tieuar Ftanips for hy easy fattening qualities and uniformity the succulent bluegrass which is so abun- courteous now or heretofore to our big the result of a recentlv published paper iu .size. So great a rcputa: ion has Ken-tuik- y dant in this section They have been fed city contemporary, and extending to the over the signature of Mgr. Schroder, proC. F. BURVAM. Sold by Itichmond Drus Co. and AV. beef won in the old world that it corn during the preceding winter and whole layout from editor-in-chiW. 8. MOBtRLKY. down fessor of dogmatic theology in the uni- IAOBERLEY. QURNAM G. AVhite- commands a much higher price in En- spring and turned to grass along about to the elevator boy assurances of our disaud one of the leaders of the congland, the home of beef caters, than any the middle of May. Grass-fe- d tinguished consideration and good will, versity, Attorseys-at-Lw- . beeves are other cattle grown on this siU'of the At- considered by many to furnish inoic juicy we8walIow the partly sugarcoated pill servative forces. Mgr. Shroeder makes a WEAK RSE3 RSABS ViSOSailS, RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. He lantic. Kentucky has no large farm" steaks and ro;usts than beeves fattened on and proceed to noti-- the questions pro- direct attack on the libcrahelemcnt. y -'s. j? "5! J) si savs: "It is a tluty to keep up this fight Office in Btimam Building, recently occu- like those found in the great Western V-s(SL S.7V 0 pied h A R. Burnam. corn. The cattle shipped later in the pounded. ""Why should the Courier- - against this powerful enemy, this It Si tj ft tct R h .'-b states, and barring the plantations of the! season, tovvaid Christmas, nre those fat- Journal wish to elect Gov. Bradley to the ' 5 V ' liberal Catholicism, or Catholic liberClays, of Ikiurbon, the Alexander, of tened on still slop and corn, while the Senate?' it asks. BecaUre since it tacitI --S STTZ-alism, luxuriating in the garden of the rr Woodford, the Caldwell?, of Bjyle, and exclusively corn-fe- d beeves are usually ly helped to elect him governor and has. 18' CSY PTilY. SJ2tX. the llarkuesses. of Fayette, few farms in ready for market from the first of March continued in the bad habit of encompas- church as a tare sown by Satan." rA in Attokxky-at-LaWkt BEETC'aaS nL In another place he compares liberalS the State comprise over 500 acres. The to the lirotof May. The bu vers arrange sing republican victories, we thought it . iz actapowrriu.iy nr qutny. jr s thi-tl- e. niph - - KENTUCKY. r?;a.n ItK'HMOXD, average is about 250 acres, and many of for enough RICHPMND. otbers fall. Youtv men Iror. Atlos'lueelv nS. c would prefer a decent man, who leaver ism in the church to the Russian A3 rocn rt?fX)7cr youthfulcatt'e to be delivered at a thing as a good or bad no such astecd vo Cure lSe- X"n1son 7r "S StnXI' , A e over Taylor's Hardware htore, op-- . these farms aie cultivated by tenants, or given shipping point to fill a train of no doubt as to bis position on any ques- There is 7mt.y c; Nightly tf'n- - t nv alike, bo he savs etJier3-;- , railing Zerco 7, V u Court Houe, on Main Street. 'ieii!ei&" ji.- they are called in Kentucky tion, to one of Hunter's stamp, who isall thistle, all being bad cfrom fifucn to twenty cars, seventeen to if $elf aul aU ?ect$clt asa .1aS: 1 enrt rxrsti 2 and that y tuWucre-'iji. Wards vr These small fanners raise fiom ihe to a car. These trains things to all men and nothing when you there is only one liberal thistle, , , Doa'ilt trtruffjna; Impo aiwr h sir aie run as special"-ii ii. i mm;, boo t fifteen calves per year. When they are a and contain nothing but cattle. They are pin him down. As a choice between is good lor nothing. CO. Ton PX 'me It yl' Ids a neater urnfls.or a .n'i ri. SFIUt'fJ WZm VIGOR, st iiV "It h the great heresy of the nineteenth CnnbttJMrei ia7C3tp cict- - iTcpaidfi" JlVr ATTORNEY AT LAW. year and a half old, or pel haps younger, run on a very fast time schedule, and two evils, we are very decidedly for Gov. por. M pr 1ot, or G lor ?.. wi U A t These usually arrive at Newport News, New Bradley, whose election would splinter century the negation of the supremacy Cnnraa'M to C"rc Wr'tten 0ariDhtPttrce.Sc!(l bTrtmzit. atd Kentucky. thev are sold to the cattle-feederItu iimovii, 3fner. of Christ and his Church over State and jlss'x, cuic iff, i are usually tucn of wealth who own the York city, Baltimore or Boston, the four the republican machine and at the sinie general. A Catholic liberalism larger f.inn-- . They each buy from filty to shipping ports, in from two to three days. time uive the State a repreoentative in societv in BED WETTING CURED Office No. 13 Kirt ?L up stairs. by Richmond JJrug Co. snd W. G. is just as impossible as a Catholic 1,500 of these youngsters each fall and When they are half way their journey to the Senate that would bring no discredit OR NO PAY. Mrs B. M, ROWAN, JIiliraul.ee, White. or Protestantism." mi:h3-l- y GRANT II LILLY, Wis. pieced to fatten then in various pass. the seaport they are driven from the cars upon her. It would also show Hanna lie asserts that for the last fifty years Some feeders use still slop from the many into feeding lots, where they are fed aud his Ohio agent that Kentucky doesn't TTORNEY-A- T W, A LA IJKl). V. IJIIiEY a distilleries which mannr.utuie Bourbon bountifully with corn and hay and allow- need their valuable assistance in such the Popes have branded liberalism as Kentucky. whisky. heresy, as a dangeroiu enemy, as hidiien !k i:mom, The cattle are dehorned to ed to drink all the water they want. matters and be a stinging slap at the adOf Shelbyville, Ky., Eecommends error, lie sums up prevent injury while feeding. They fat- After resting a few hours they are re- ministration's apparent intermeddling poison and fallacious Wright's Celerv Capsules. .11cc S. V. corner Mam and Second are justified in by declaring that slop-fe-d cattle make loaded and sent on. They are shipped and intrigue. et ill Sh.ilbyville, Kv., May 2fi, '06. To street up btairb. Will pnictiri in nil ten rapitilv oi drawing the conclusion that a liberal "Wright 3Iedical Co., Col., O.: We regret very deeply that matters the ( Mirts of Mailwm ami adjoining as good beef as those fed on corn and fod- to London and Liver pool by steamers iu not be a Catholic." WashGi nts I have purchased a box of der. Feeders who do not live near dis- lots of from S00 to 400 It costs about So are in the shape they are and would dis Catholic can counties and Court of Appeals. (IN KCN1UCKY ) Writrht's Celery Capsules from G. T ington dispatch to the New York Herald. tilleries feed their cattle on corn. Some per head to get the cattle to the seaboard like to see the State torn up again by a Midutilton, druggist, and used them for Schedule In effect Frb. 15, 18!7. J. C. & D. JL CHENADLT, still follow the old fashioned way of haul- and about $12 per head to carry them general election this fall, but we do not Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver anl Cousti-patio- u killing; occurred in Breathitt Annother No. I and fouad that thev irave m .No .1 ing the corn, stalk and all, out onto the across the water. Including feed, insur- fear the result. A good democrat, who county Monday over the sa EAvrnoUMi x outA TT011XEYS A T LA W, relfef every time. 1 think, it an 7 i.'iaui 3.aapm SMlpUX alLv. L,uliville .. has kept in the middle of the road and bluegrasi pastures, were the cattle are 9 isiita. exceb jnt remedy. 9 mm rages, that have harassed that neighbor- Ar. Snelbyvillc. Kevtucky. lowed to cat it along with their grass. ance and commissioners to the London not imagined himself greater Richmond, A I2i)mj v.SSpia 10 (Mam Ar.Li'rencoo'g than bis hood for so long. seller it costs about $20 per bead to send 10.23am (131pm talcum Yours very truly, Ar VersjilcH.. This is a very expensive way to feed, as beef cattle from here to London and sell party, could be easily elected governor IQMini 7.uopm! mo pm Ar JVixinsum . Office on Second street, over Clien-aul- ! fl Geo. W. Rilev. o Nj. i. Nu 4 corn and vv k Nk n rr i it costs a great deal to haul the OUR CLUBBING LIST. them. In the English market they bring over the combined opposition of the to jrrowry. 7.IUI1! 4 4a ran l,v and it requires about half a $11 per hundred net, which is equivalent called National democrats, republicans Meatier it, &10am 5.1 p u 5 0:am Ar. VoiS.llled v.)am & JOam bushel per day par head. In recent years to $0.50 gross. They cost $4.50 to $5 and populists, which the Courier-Journ-al HOW TO FiNB OUT. Magazines, Newspapers, and Other Publica' Ar. ShelbyvtUe 9 17 in 6.ipm GOCim CREEN CLAY, erect- gros, so 7 ajpm, 7jQjm IU 5Jjn says the democratic nominee will many of the leading feelers have Ar. Louisville that the profit on each head of tlons at Reduced Rates by the W. A .J TTORXEY--A ed large feeding barns for their cattle, export cattle is notover$4 to $G to the nave to face. The people are sick already Climax Company. Tra'ns Nos 1,1 . 5 and 8 carry Free O'jjcrra Fill a b'lt!e!or common water clafs tlon Chair Cars. Kentucky. and the corn and coh are ground togeth- buyer and shipper. The beef, after it is of republican ways and means and the Richmond, er, making a meal that is very rich. In butchered, sells in England for ten cents exploded charge that something was with urine and let Manri twenty-fou- r wnvrnoUNO. a list ot periodicals EASTB3UNO Below will be found this way the cattle cat but a few pounds forthe cheapest cuts to thirty cenls per wroD2 with the books can not be worked which the Climax will order for its subscribers No. No. U sta ions. No IS o It liours; a sediment or settling indicates a 13 Collections sol'citod. successfully again. Neither will any at its reduced rates, the only provision being 3 Mp n 7 4 Mm Lv Loulsvil Ar 7pm IU.35.iui over a neck ner bead and iu addition pound for the best. Ar: a rrra 8 :vmi liseased eonditio'i of tlie kidnevs. up 0.12p-- l 10 CV.i:ii Ar It has been supposed that the horse considerable number of democrats stray that the subscription to the Climax be paid the 7 Upo ia 49.101 ArllarodsbgAr 4 31pm 7 Jiam thev are ready for rnaiket nearly two PHTSICIA17S. By reference to one year in advance. L.v 4.i0pm 7.Siim lien urine sUtus linen it is positive months earlier, thus effecting a creat sav- industry, including ihe thoroughbreds from the fold next time. They have had prices quoted below, it will be found that ws T Jpa 11 01 m Ar Uursln WESTBOUND KASTDODND evidence oi kidney trouble. Too fre- ing. It does not require so many bands and trotters, aud the whiskv making enough of that sort of thing and a big can save you from five cents to one dollar on S'o. IV t.NO P7 STATH'MS Xo 16 Xo "CI DR. II. R. GIBSON, 7Mpmjj.quent desire to urinate or piin iu1kj todo the feeding, as the corn is ground were the. chief industries of Kentucky, majority of them are ready to do all they every publication named.include the Climax: 7 JSimlLv Louisvtl Ar uon-- m 3pm aiaamlAr Snelbvll Ar ft 17,im &Spm e following prices iilpm by steam power and the fodder is cut in- but the above facts show that much of can to repair the wrong of aiding iu the 4 I pm It 6 34pn. lttSJamlAr Verslles Ar 8.0'um iJSprn iback, is also convincing j.roof tlia't 'the $3 75 PIIYSICIA X A XD SURGEON, Arena Ar 7 4luc 7 01pm II Mim Ar Midwav to small pieces bv a steam cutter. The the wealth of this State is due to the ex- perpetuation of republican rule, which American Art Journal, Music. . 3 25 3.00pm iidiieysiind bl.idder are out of order. 7.30pm lJ.15pmlAr Oeorztn Lv 7 Kentucky, cattle arc usually ready for exiort when cellent cattle raised here. During the means high taxes, high protection and a --American Art Review . BicHMOM). 5 25 2 15 wts B3DND. Breeders Gazette EAS1DOUND. "WHAT TO DO- to thirty-fou- r 4 to panic of 1S93 the finest horse bred in the reckless profligacy of the people's, money. Century Magazine they aie from twenty-si- x fXo S tNo- - 2. STATIONS. t.N'O &.I No. 1 95 , will also see the Cosmopolitan.. 7 &3pm months old. They then weigh from 1,200 most fashionable lines could not be sold That the Courier-JournOffice in the Joe Cc.llns building, t8 and ao 1 65 Ar Lv LouhvII WeeVly Courier-Journ7.43am There is comfort in the knowledge KCOpm Street, orer Waue c4d drugstore. 27- 1 45 10 Jum ftlOpm Lv VerMles Ar 7 55am to l,SO0 pounds each, the average being at any price commensurate with his ac- error of its way and fall in with the of- "VVeelly Commercial Gazette. . 1 60 WeeUy Enquirer li (i5am 7 35pm Ar Nlchlvill Ar 60Jatn 4 inpm so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer'a 3 lapm 2 C5 Hmm &30pm ArRichmo'd Lt tual value. But export cattle in that fers of mercy before it is too late we con Uemorest's Magazine I about 1,500 pounds. the great kidney remedy i.30pm r 4 35 CHAS. HOOKER, Ar Irvine Lv I Weekly. There are four large firms which ex- hard year were worth nearly as much as fidently hope and believe. It is a great Frank Leslie's Monthly . 340 Frank Leslie's No. 3. ft inlfills every wish in relieving pain in STATIONS. . 1 85 I UTERJKARY SURGEON, Detroit Free port Kentucky cattle. The largest bin er they nre now, and not a few of the banks paper, with the greatest of editors, and The Forum Press Btupm tlie lick. kidnevs. liver, bludder aud 3 75 Lv Louisville.. . Itf 1J1U . . ,4 15 Ar Lexlnirton.. College. Morris, of Chicago. Then comes in Central Kentucky were saved from both having done yeoman bervice for the Harper s Magazine Graduate OiUario Veterinary is Kelson !eiy part 01 uiu urinary pas."usus, It 4 35 7 lUpiE "oaara KnoxviUe.. ruin by the money which came iu from democratic cause in times past, it can not Harper's Weekly X. Lehman &. Bros , of Baltimore 55 pm 435 Ar Asbcville..... I 43am Harper's Bazar corrects inability to hold urine and 4 50am 2 65 Ar Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty, & Snezbenrer, of New Yoik the sale of cattle to the firms which ship-p-e long continue to play into the hands of Harper's Bound Table Ar Savannah.... . 9 0 lam iu passing it, or had effects . 3 C5 . The Independent Ar Jac'itoovllle... Office tip stairs over New York Store, corner city, and Meyer 1 3 15 Housen, of Biltimore. them to England. Simon Weil, one the republicans by leading a hope both Lippmcott's Magazine- - . a.5opti 7 10im following use of liquor, wine or beer, 46- Ar. and rir&t streets, Richmond 1 SO Muncey's Magazine 1.13pm -- .. These importers have two or three buy- of the oldest buyers ot export cattle in forlorn and fruitless. . 1 90 Ar. Atlanta McClure's Mugazine aud overcomes that unpleasant necessity 1.35ati . 525 Ar Maron So come back in the boat Mr. Watter-so- North American Bcview 9 0l,in They visit Kentucky, who has been in this field for ers each located in this State. Ar. Jaekonvllle .. 1 90 of being coropelled to get up many times . M. Dl II. C. Ohio Farmer dlsjm ti l'ipn 3 15 Lv Chattanooga. ... and bring your knitting and the Public Opinion the large feedeis firsand the competi- nineteen years, says that to his personal luring the night to urinate The mild Medicine and Surgery. lacspit l.nupm Htrralnghanu ... 325 Ar. i3)sir a 4 pm and tho extraordinary effect of Swamp-Jlo- ot with you and we will Bevlew of Beviews tion is often very sharp for the largest knowledge the sales of cattle lathe Blue-gra- Courier-Journ3 60 Ar Meridian Scribner's Magazine. Ofhcc Collins Buildint;, Main Street. a3Jan, asoam ..3 65 Ar New Orleans region in the fall and early winter again together skim the waters with a St. Nicholas Telephone nt residence (the Ciirr Uce) on antl best bunches of cattle. is froon realized. It slands the high1 80 St. Louis car Louisville to No 1 carrier Free Ch-lBroadway. 1 75 saved a number of banks and "wet sail and a flowing sea and a vv ind N. Y. World IN THE STATE IS JEU- - of 5893-0- 4 THE LARGEST FEEDCK est for its wonderful cures of the roest 75 Lexington there connecting with bolid vesti2 Farm. Kentucky to distressing-casesRichmond, --- --business men from failure. Mr. Weil says that follows fast," or words to that effect. Kentucky Stock 11V CALDWELL OF BOYLE COUNTY, 300 bule Train carrying Pullmai Sleepmit CarOrLouisville Evening Post. If you need a medicine Jacksonville via Chattanooga, also to New 1 75 Courier-Journleans. 1 45 who prepares fur market on an average the production of export cattle in Kentuyou should have the best, Sold by drugCommercial Weekly Louisville DR. O. A. KENNEDY, . 600 N. V. Journal, daily- Wedded Up A Tree. No. S carries Putlman SleeDar Louisville to gists, pru-fifty cents nnd one dollar. of 2.000 every year. Morns Farris, of cky has been gradually increasing for the 320 Chattanooga, also Lexington to Jacksonville N. V. Journal, Sunday.. 1 70 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Silver Knight. with about past fifteen years, and he Relieves it will the same county, comes next via Hot fcprings.Asievllle.nnd Pullmtin Lclon For a sampha bottle and pamphlet, both 3 20 Sleeper Lexington to New Orleans Post, daily Kentucky. 1,500. Then comes James E. Clav, of continue to increase until this State will Miss Lizzie SAanger end Harry Bang-le- r, Cincinnati Magazine-Puc- k, 1 SO sent free by mail, mention the Ct.i5t.vx, KicnMOND, Peterson's tDallr Except Sunday 525 . .. weekly send more than one lmndred thousand Ale address to her accepted suitor, quarreled at a Judge, weekly Bourbon county, with SO0; Charlton . . 525 A. WnEDOxP. &T. A.. S. T. Swirr. P AT A.. and send your full 1 85 . . Office in Smith Building, No. 304 Main Street, nr exander and Thomas Henry Clay, also of choice beeves to feed our English cousins party held at a neighbor's house near Atlanta Constitution Lexinrton. Ky. Dr. Kimer fc Co.. Binghampton, K. Y. Louisville. Ky 1 45 .. ctairs Office hours to and 4 to 5 o'clock. Journal J. M- crjti'.T. 2 CO W. H Green. Gen Sup. Bourbon, with 000 and 500 respectively; each year. A. number of cargoes jof Ken Montrose. Shortly before midnight they Atlanta Home Journal. Ladies' n CL Washin.'lon. D. C. The proprietor of this paper guarantee tucky beeves have found their way to J started for their homes. Thej wera acA.. AVM. H. TAVLOE.'&.G P-then comes tho genuineness of this offer. Five hundred other Journals and magazines "W. A.TURK.G P. ju DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Washington, ui louiaTmc Germany, but since that country fixed a companied by the Jtev. G. "V. Hunter. with the Climax, at reduced rates. THOMAS D. CHENAULT, OF MADISON Kektocky tariff ofJ?25 reT head on imported, beef The party had occasion to pass through a The Cumax Company will take pleasure In Richmond. county, with 400; George II. Whitney, of the shipments have stopped, and novv attending to orders received by maiL Always Geld, where they were pursued by a bull. state whether or not you are now taking the Fayette county, 300; Solomon Van Meter, every beef that leaves Kentucky for ex- All three took to the trees. Miss Sv an- periodical you wish us to send for. Telephone at office and residence. V Fayette county, 400, 'and Thomas Muir port goes to either Liverpool or London. ger climed one tree and Uangler and the rr W. EVANS, M. D., minister the adjoining tree. The infuri ated bull ran around the trees, bellowing "and throwing the earth in the air. The Physician and Surgeon, SI b party remained in the tree's nearly an - Kentucky. hour and no relief rame. The bull Btill "W. T. Duerson, of Kirksville, has two young Richmond, Shorthorn bulls for sale, and ready for service. stood guard. Thinking this an excellent They are good color and well bred. mch21-t- f time to reconcile the connle, the lniuihfer DR. T. J. TAYLOR, TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY, began. His work was done, however, id- The Style, Fit and Wear Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, have to be fed. Give them rich, pure blood could net be Improved for most boforo he had besill. The couple Take Laxative Bromo Quinino Tablets. All Double the Price. Kentucky Richmond and they glow with health; give them poor agreed to bo married then and thciejf SS: blood and they do not recuperate exercise inch3-6"V7. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes arc tie Office anil residence cm Tlilnl Street. thinking tiiey were abnut to meet a tragic tnond, Ky. does not refresh you. If you are worn out, nervous or feeble, there is best maproductions of skilled workmen, from tic tleath. Dangler had a license in his pocket F these prices. onethinjj tha t will aid you pure, rich blood. There is but one way ta terial possible to put into shoes sold at for several weeks. The lovers could just DENTAL SUHGSHT. we make also iMJ ana izuo snoes iot men, ana gain it ajax TabletsHeae FaIHcit cuiie posittvely Mun $2i0, $2.00 and S1.75 for boys, and the W. I join hands from where Ihey clung, lint A XT Xrtvoiu Douglas iAU roltcc snoe, very suaacie iot onr.lnipotencr, Sleepleanata. etc- - enol got a grip and held it while Mr. Hunter and br Abase or other Ezcesvnn Mf Icdia policemen and others having DR. A. WILKES SMITH, reuc preformed the ceremony. 1... niLlIolaorToan.au in much waikiag to do. rtor8 Lort Vltalitrbastnea or mum-s- o. lit a man forstadr, When the good man had concluded, DENTAL SURGEON, PrMnt TntLtnttv and CrmsnifiDtkra it ,, . r .t . '"r-t: TVe are constantly adding new t.tyles to our bMintimiL EtiAirnvn -- bowft irameauia lmiiruvs- Fanner Stone and jhis two boys drove op Kentucky Richmond. n CBIU3 where .all other lallln-nl- it mrnt and eilerts already large variety, ana mera j no npon hsvins tho senoino Ala- - -- atolati QUART BOTTLES. with a load of ice. An explanation was Why vou cannot bo suited, so insist on. Wi-SPPiMerchants, cared touind$ and .illearoToa. woKivoapo. having W. L. Douglas Shoes from your cars Cn hastily made, the steer was driven away, ltln nriuea eaarantoo to 9rt a Prioa WW PTC in Bankers, Orricx Smith building. Main Street. Office dealor. V I Viper each caaa or reiand thomooST. honrc.c-oLawj era, M. to ia M.; 1.00104 For thirty years it ht's- - stood at the head; THE remedy for poor cr fkem the preacher kfsed the bride and received paek-- plainaix rapper, (fo)l tratBieBl for E2J0- - 8r Physicians Te nse only the best Calf, Russia Calf '""Practice limited to deutistrr. npon recoint of rri. tHrcolar -uul, in colore), French J"atent Calf, abottle. Begin this day to give your mus(all and all blood. Quart bottles, $i his feeaud tlie party "were driven to the UU., a, French. Knamel, Vtef Kid, etc., economical jj good food, cles graded to correspond with prices J. C. MonGAjr. men wear residence of Mr. Bungler. (Wilkcsbarre, J. A. Yates. For sale fn JUchmoad, Ky, br Hasran & Di.YlS, BROOKS & CO., DtroK. TUeh. W. L. Douglas ' iotuoSt.Louie-Globe-Detn-octaiy Pa., dispatch Hwndon. Shoes becauso they r MORGAN & YATES, are the best. Jf dealer cannot supply jou, ;. write Paswaa Uttk-- Uver Piifa. sgc Try Llvercttw ii" DENTISTS, Fcr sale by Who ee this- W.L DOUfiLAS, Br9rtte, Matt. . ot cose UmpSo t It E.chmond, Kentucky. 351der "fernon and George Atkiswin Wamed-- An UATALOOUE JTKEE. tUst to vteutl , T captured a whiter woodeock near " v " 5 ':"-''A 'p'-'J! -- J Owns-Ma- ln " HWi'.y Hgg! LyjZ-g-r- -rStreet, over Madieen SaUeaal , f f? I i? g , ji , ' !"! ,..,-. f Bank. s ieqj - MH i i - "i 1 a uHiwi v .itg JLA JWIMUllwa"-""!"''- "; t ii, Z- , ? ;r-- -T A . z '"". v - - "1 1 r h ." t " v y "-v "1? . J- i. wiv - " - 1 - i . . . ! x i . i- 11 ii v tj) ' .' r. . is The Finest Kigs,' The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- Standard Kiichen Cabinets. Agency Provident Savings Life Insurance Co., antl Old Continental Fire Insurance Company. AHnsE?r rci vrz liOJLET njnSRYJKATHTl !. SIKH 0$i When a man ha? suffered for years with a weakness that bligh Iim Hfe awl robs him of all that really make lift; worth hvinr. if he avail himself of a complete cure, vv hy not poeeess the moral courage to stop his downward conre. We will semi von by mail, AU0LlirE-li- Y FKKK, in pl.t i it the All I'lmrrful III:. HtiFKM l.N'. mi ' ;?mCE25?& It lasts twice r.s loagr zz otters. Atria! w.ll convenes yoa of is great merit, wm picas; tn: most lastnaoas. antee to peruianpiitlv llllilll, Viliiir drains. SKLK-AKIS- with a cure guarUiSF JIAX k-- ir.lh jil ti liZJ St9 IWr ShXl'Ah WILK-NKS- S. VAKirill'KbK, KM1SSI0NS CHARLES iHfr. of tention. '. The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. :f:SADDLSRy.:: TRILNCH t.KU TD TOILET SOAPS ATaD PERFU.V.LRV, R MILLER, ESTABLISHEU 1319. Lancaster, Pcna. Xo C. O D. fraud nor recipe decept&n. If we could not oure, we woaW not semi our metlicine FIIKE to try, ami pay when KatHtieJ. Write as this may net appear ajnm. Address to-da- y, emaciatel organs Keturns to former aikoaram.'W SPil'S forever and all HMiwtHruI ft i sir Western Hedicine Company, F 1 s fi Ua I I Tsets, MAKE KCOEFOBAIED. Kalamazaii, Jiirli. 24 20 al P. B. BROABDUS, American Beauties pb a k rcrj.-t- N f3 ECCO'S FREE EDUCATION. An education at Harvard, Yale, or any other college or iivtttutkttt of learning in the United States, or in the New England Conservatory of Mueic, can lie by any young man or woman who is in earnest. Write for jartiou!ars .1 A M I qui. kl v. P. BA LL, t , ihiijii, .uass. ' .,i urombeld C0RREG g SHAPES.U ECONOMIST Geo- WTiite. hand-mad- Alii Al Vi ARTISTIC r.- - ft EFFEGTS, i u 3 m 1. at-La- exce-i.v- e, w 'W-y- ri av Un isr tf l AU .1 Time Table Xo. 27, Taking Effect November S, 1SHJ. & ui R R ill it. San-da-y, I ? iica Box. S" a SAST BOUND 1ST CLASS. 2NP CLASS. No. t No. 3. No. 9. No M Ex Sun Ex Sn Ex Sw ExS A 11 i 11 NEWEST MODELS. I$fC4 Mmm, siryBSi Versaille- sNicholas nHe- -. Valley View 51 illion. ,.M Union . Moberly Brassfield Panola lrvine..M...HH. M. P . :c25 6 40 7 35 7 5 S 11 A S :) s ti 10 S5 11 . ss A M. Richmond. r. . 45 m. w 11 12 a 3 y .. .. ixyt-fx 11 13 V7 2i A e pffiUjlK I ttt 4i XS 2 1 m ir0&2f&&M X. kw W? A -- ' i II sold M' sz? kk&t4& fweV . s'-o- ? 5' WEST BOUND Ex No. a. HJiGY SEx No. 1. Sa. m. 55 Ex Na. .Naii SwlEx Eho, r.at. 3- t. AND PFHH?S .ri PLAIN. FEATHERBONE rjzti, -- it:, Irvine . .. Panola 6rassfield Moberly Union. Richmond Million Valley View VicholasviKe r t 3s 1 o iN at 6 05 6 20 CORSET Cb. ersaiHes... 65 7 55 A.M. 3S ? r. m. I a i7 a SS 4 5 o S XS S4 IS 33 r.M. CLUE SHIS I SOLE MANUFACTURERS SOLD BY Y7. s. o-- D, OLDHAM & COMPANY. febl0-6- m Vf n-Traias between Lonlle ty. Traias beteeH Cncnuu awl NichalMii'H Jaily. All traias cessect with Soatkera Rway ta ami from Louisville, and with the C N. O. & T. P. to and from I inci-aa- ti. You can spend five boars ta LwMville, abcMsix hours ib Cincinnati or 12 boars m Lexu gtaa aad, to RkIibmhmI at 30 p. m. 31-r.- O agra-nauis- in L. & M. R. E. k. i.v. A. 51. C.23 0. nivjsiois'. 11 Ix Effect rcii 1, 1S0G. ARV m- - emm dUUlIiLili Express for Cincinnati, chester and tans, .Mavsville, RAILWAY. ku-klu- mail. Cincinnati. Piris, Jlays- r. ji. ville, inch ester and 2.05 Lexington mail. Livingston, London, Jel- 1.10 lico, Tineville. Fast line for Livingston. 11.-1London.Jellico.Knoxvillt A. 5t. Fast line for Cincinnati 3 1!) Paris Winchester. r Jt. Rowland Lancaster am 1.23 ttauford. Lexington P. 51 You Get Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers and Middlemen "by buying direct from th manufacturer. 7.33 he Profits 1.05 12 53 A. 51. 319 r. 51. 1143 A. 51. 10 10 &5-jfec3S- 5f ' T-L- f CD f rgiBg V S?7 ?nr . &r3jfefr3 SjV-ii- p -- rjr T ! wheel made than the No better r.'fiv i- --- o " A rrrsn- vs.3v CO Rlrvl! uruy d 3 Gecrgc Thorpe, between Second Street,of Dillingham Main and building, rear Richmond, Ky. .Ready to do all kinds of hlarksiiiitliing promptly in the best 7 workmanlike 111. inner. S-- ... ffS-Th- Euilt in our cati factory b ' skilled workmen usitig the i'e material and th : mo:.t impro e machinery. Wo hao no ajen-Soldirect from factory to tl rider, fully warranted. Sliipct anywhere for examination. WRi FOrt 1 Sec-An- al al linn C-Sa- OurlsitercsiSfig GfTr Acrr.o Cyc1- - r- - . JanT-6m 'Vis l 1 i0-r- al Semi-Week- ly .... J ld Badison lomimenlal Works, M-i- in t Caait-ioooga..- JASPER, n, -- bichv:ot o H TlIIT- s cc 9 O - ss al Semi-Week- ly ly Globe-Democr- r J 2 s Q fl . 5" O - o o MANUFACTURER AND DKcVLER IX ir V - Twiija-A-We- ek ft m Y -.- post-oflic- Ml ... 1 - 4 ... L ff Li OIIG SALE. orc rrrvr cr&&i Hungry n-x- AJrI) ALL EJXDS OF CEACETERT WORK. For further particulars prices, , address, d-c- GRHNITE 3) 7VYOISW7yTeNTSf Madioi) Moi)iliDei)tal Worfo. ... 1 iiilr SQbOO SHO il Muscles gSfJS? d" IVIADE ME A MAN m.ir-I..- . 3 n fPJifilHflg lwi ... letter-carrier- s, - tea-so- -hva o . m; ... smmSs K-ftl- tUY CaU-x- i- t. -- WH-UA- nS' Bii&eSsfa Idea 2 9 Largest LaveryfeISiS". Stable in Eastern Kentucky v . 38-- x 1 9 v .Freeman Brothers, Fichrnond?5ICy. c -- .JiL.. . ' 1 - w. ', - roBksr.4i.wiHbi-l- smxzsm it uhms lM-.- ' n, i-- j -- i 13 mw c- Qichtmmd, Ky. jt -- K--U -a-- ki JLaM &JC t,L . -- - rnTiirrfii :jSS - rv ri . The Richmond Climax. f " I; " WHAT WAS ACCOMPLISHED? Louisville Post, March 29. PUBLISHED JCVKKY WEDNESDAY BT Ths Climax Printing J. A. D. MILLER. Co. a CHENAULT, Proprietors and Editors. C E. WOODS. Associate Editor. PRICE J?Klt IX ADVANCE, WEDNESDAY. DEMOCRACY YKAlt, - $1.50. $1.25 al affairs, Democrats inaywell ask what have thejT accomplished by sacrificing their party on the altar of their countiy? TJLUS, AjStD THIS ALONE: THE AVOIDANCE OF THE FREE COINAGE OF SILVER. Beyond that, nothing. No change of any kind in any direction. AVe have outstanding more greenbacks than for a longtime. Wc have the same load of silver and silver certificates; the same disturbed condition of the currency; the same indifference to the future; the same expressed willingness to do something for silver; the same bargaining to sell votes for protection. Yet in the face of failure such as this, Republicans are still calling for Demociatic assistance, and thei care Democrats who hesitate to end the truce for fear the country will drift into anarchy should they decline once more to give the Republicans n ote of confidence This class fortunately is not large, and it is daily growing less. Men who two years ago could not Re frightened by "nig'er domination," "frc0 bill" and similar war cries are not apt to be intimidated by the terms "anarchist," "sociali&t" or "mob law." To the true Democrat there is one thing as dear ns law, and that is In view of the existing situation in local and nation- The Opera "Mikado" will bo given Apr. HOfor the benefit of the Methodist organ fund, under the management of Miss Pattie and Mr. Thomas. The Ploofi means sound health. With pure, following is the caste of characters, rich, healthy blood, the stomach and digestive organs will bo vigorous, and there cotrposcd of the best local dramatic will be no dyspepsia. Rheumatism and talent: Neuralgia will be unknown. Scrofula and DKAMATIS l'KKSONAK. Salt Rheum will disappear. With pure Prof. Sanderson The Mikado of Japan Pure Mikado By Home Talent. . Keep Co?!! I desire to notify tl)e citizens of Rich- AJ'RIL 7, 1897. AND SWEEPS MICHIGAN OHIO Your nerves will bo strong, and your sleep sound, sweet and refreshing. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes pure blood. That is why it cures bo many diseaBer. That is why bo many thousands take U to care disease, retain good health, prevent sickness and suffering. Remember Blood One True Blood Purifier. Nankipoo (his son disguised as a wandering minstrel). Mr. Vf. Koto (Lord High Executioner Mr. V. B. Shackelford of Titipu) Pooh-ba- n (Lord High Everythinjr "We are authorized to announce Mr. Mr. A. D. Flora else) a, candidate Pish-tusa noble Lord) Mr. Jno. N. Turner "V. 9- - Go: Yum Yum r three ) Miss Mary Pattie Jailer of Madisott county, subject to Mrs. Henry Perry the action of the Democratic party. wards of Pittie Sin ) Miss Madge Hart ( Ho Ko Peep Bo Katisha (an elderly lady in love with Nankipoo) ..Miss Marlawillie Smith Chorus of girls. Nobles, Guards and Coolies. U mond and my old customers and friends in particular, that 1 will again be in the Ice buniness this semlon, with splendid equipments.'Hiid they will do well to see me before malting otln-- r ariangemcnts. Keeper: fully, WjlE. I.uxok, Jr. Office in Cnperton Building on First Mar24 If It. Pattie street. PUBLIC SALE! m on I will sell at public sale to the highest bidder, KSSj; SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1897, ;m Hrower. ------- J tooti&rra7p.R.& . - w W I ' ., I. . me? fir At 10 o'clock, a. m., promptly, three miles from Richmond on the Richmond and Lexington turnpike, the following: Formr Acrits of good land. There is a spring on this land that never goes drr. At the same time I will sell a number of Hone Stock, Stares, Colts, Ac. Also some Aldcrney Heifers and two Milch Cows. Terms made known on day of sale. B. If. NEALE. N. B. Also two acres of good land, with nice black-smit- h shop thereon dwelling bouse and B. II. N. adjoining the above tract. rachKMw m m fSL Crt 0:3 ?3 CARPETS, FURNITUKE, WALLPAPERS. DRAPERIES. m 3 The Dingley Tariff Bill 1 Means Higher Prices for C'arjM Curtains, &c, for the next !iri .r r 1V V J , Murder Will Out. fftiort (kiimti Railway. Mondays elections in Ohio and Michigan resulted in a Democratic tidal wave. The general results throughout Ohio show Democratic gains along the lake shore, the river counties and in the interior counties. This gives the Demociats control of most .f the na?hiiury for the elec tion next Novemhsr of State oillcers and members of the Legislature. Gov. Bushnell will stand for a second term. Senator Mark A. Hanna is the Republican candidate for Semtor mi.. John R. McLean the candidate for Senator. All of these three leaders, as well as Rrice, are interested parties and dirocilv and indirectly to the organized effort-- , of the can vas. I free-silver con-.-n.!itl MMvinlev's home. Canton, O., goes Democratic by oX). In Michigan the Democrats are in the ascendant and the State shows Jtepublican losses everywhere they managed to elect. And this is only the first cyclone! AValtox vs. "SVattHhsox on first lag llrsTEii and Blackburn still hold on. Tin legislators s'.ill lwM ofl. That'b how the Senatorial race stands. As a means to an end which we all desire, the Louisville Tost warmly -- "If the Democratic party will fix public attention on one year of Brad levin ofliee, and leave silver to take wire of itself for one year, it will sweep the State. I Tun sentiment of the Dtmocratir leaders in Congress is that they bhould not throw out any neediest obstruction to the legislation ihicb is promised will bring relief to the people. We do not believe that it will brins relief, but we certainly want prosperity to come if they can bring it. The 6ilver men of the Senate gave practical evidence of their attitude when they allowed the international monetary conference Dill to go thronnh without any amendments except tlio-- that the administration Republicans agieed to Tha' bill lias been bitterly fought before the ho'ise committee by some of the extreme gold Republicans who have held it up to ridicule, bhotting that it is mere political buncombe and that they do not expe.'t any reliet from it. Of course they do not, nor does anjbody. Any sensible man knows that if we are to have international bimetallism, this country has got to take the iuitia'ive in a practical, business-likway. That was the contention of the Demociats in the last campaign, and one more international farce will show to the thousands and hundreds of thoiisinds of voters who were fooled by the Republican promises that the Democrats were right in calling for the iudeiKJiident action of this government. e urges: e IS THE NEGRO STILL A SLAYE?. STANFORD JOURNAL Rev. G. preacher-politicia- V. Boiling, the colored Elizabeth-town- n from , showed us a letter the other lay that he had written for the Courier-Journadenouncing every-lwd- y and everything that stood in the way of Hunter's election and bouncing the administration for not doing more for his race. He says that there are fewer Negroes in the public service now than under Democratic rule, the onlv two that he knows of getting jobs, having been given the nice one of 6pittoon cleaners at Frankfort. Great dissatisfaction, he claims, exists among the colored voters, who are ripe now to leave forever the party that promises and never fulfills. If there is no improvement and soon Rev. Boiling says he will announce himself a candidate for Governor in IKK) and bust the Republican party to flutters. "We should be glad to see him do it. l, LET US PREPARE FOR THE YICTORY. DEMO-CRATI- C For tiic Climax: In the maneuvers of a contending artuy hostilities are sometimes temporarily suspended, which leads the enemv to suppose that a retreat has been ordered, but just when they reach the point of exuberance over the fancied vanqnishment of their foe,lo! the distant nimble of artillery is hedrd and the roar of cannon and the flash of swords announce the of the engagement with renewed vigor and a more determined effort on the part of the foe to win the victory. Such heroic courage in the Democratic camp as pictured above is the only thing that will save Democratic Madwou county from Republican misrule. Come, let us reason together," is a mighty good text for the contemplation of a uuiicil Democracy, and as Democrats we do not want to see the benign Democratic ideas of Jefferson and Jackson trampled into the dust by Republicans in Madison connty. Let the Democrats of this county (and others) present an unbroken front to the enemy and thereby destroy their anticipated victory and rob them of the final glory of which they at present entertain the highest hopes and from which source some of them are troubled with insomnia. If Republican editorial prevarications and other motives led some f roiu Democratic principles and they desire to re turn to their fifot love, let them return, for "Like as a father pitielh his children" we will forgive them and remove your IrsngressioDS and welcome yotl back to tlw party Which represent tbd $mt 7tllB peofls of our Ecpabllc. Clark counties. After a prolonged and delightful visit to Mr. and Mrs. Will Watts, at Chilesburg, Miss Margaret Ghenaitlt returned on Mondayi Charley F, Jones, of Cynthiaha, cnrotite hottld from London, Ky., stopped a few days with his sister, Mrs. Sam Scott, this week. Miss May Ducrson, of Kirksvillo, XEWBY. has entered the Wilraore Academy, results? accompain Jessamine. She was "The campaign having ended in the triumph of the Republican nied by her father, V. T. Duerson. candidate, the monev question seems to have been at once forgotHarry McCarty, of the Josamine ten. The Republican leaders in the Senate hastened to turn their Journal, pleasantly remembered at backs on gold Democrats like Mr. Vilas, Mr. Gray an.l others, and to the Atlanta Exposition, called to seek an alliance with the silver meu. It was well understood Ut talk over the Midway 1'laisance on Washington, for example, that under an agreement between the Monday. Republicans and the silver Democrats confirmation was refused to Mrs. J. S. Rice called her enter- Rock district without a job, like Senator gold Democrats whom Mr. Clevelmd appointed to olilce. Altainment of the Economical Club Ingnlls, of Kansas. though Mr. McKinley himself had declared in his letter of accepyesterday "A Donkey Party," but tho tance that 'the uilver question is not the only Issue affecting our Tho Republicans met at Slick Kock ladies took no exception as she exserious step was taken durmoney in the penJing contest, not one house and nominated J. R. Hani plained that it was "All fool's day." for Magistrate and Win. Tudor for Coning the late session by the responsible party looking to a reform Stanford Journal. of the evils of which Mr. McKinley said, 'a graver menace to otir stable for Million district. The ParaMrs. Bettie Taylor returned on graph says it was a love feast but dots lu.rdly be tonceived' And now financial standing and credit can Thursday from Florida and is at the not tell that only one side was in it. The that the Republicans are in full power it iiCproposed to leave Unhome of her son, Dr. T. J. Taylol. Bogie nnd Long delegates were curspicu touched the bad sjstem width, without the enactment of an addiShe spent tho winter with lior daugh- oils for their absence. The leaders of the tional section to the sUuute book, will enable a President like Mr. ter, Mrs. J. Y. Logan, Jr., at Orlando) II ami L. factions have declared for any Bran to icpudittte the imtiot.ai obligations and to force the Florida. country to a silver ImsN Al! U.ib neglect of public and patriotic Democrat to beat Ham and Tudor. duty is in the intcre-- t f private individuals and corporations." Mr. Stanley Elley. of Stafford, DOYIZESYPLL& Every word of ili.it outlast is true, and is as liumiliatiug and as conEngland, is expected here this week, Several fcrsonsfrom here attended the to join his cousins, Mr. Harry Mortemptible a recoid as was ever written. The sound motley Democrats may well say to the Republican1-gan and brother, who reside at White protracted meeting at College Hill. Station. Mr. Elley arrived on the Mr. Win. E. Reeves, nejir here, who "Perhaps it was right to dissemble your loe, Lucania Monday, and his coming is has been very sick, is slow ty improving. , But why did you kick me downstairs ?" awaited impatiently by the three Rev. Win. Rupard and daughter visis equally clear and intelligent in stating the present sitThe Wet-klyoung1 Englishmen here, including, ited Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Jett Saturday uation: Mr. Twigg. and Sunday last. "Kvcry sound money Democrat and independent is still willing Among those from this city who to forget 'his own prejudices on the tariff question' for the sake of Miss Linnie Wade, of Clark county, took in tho Metropolitan Opera at has returned home after a pleasant visit preserving the nation's honor. But he is no more willing tosee the Cincinnati last week were Misses w ith relatives here. nation's honor sacrificed in the intirest of protected manufacturers Mary Pattio, .Lila Chenault, Sallie, than in the interest of silver mine on nets. Moi cover, is there no neighborhood have The farmers Lucia and Esther Burnam, Mr. and already done a in this duty owing by Republicans? Thev not only should also forget good deal of plowiug and Mrs. G. W. Piekcis, Dr. and .Mrs. W. their 'prejudices on the tariff que 3tion,' but they have induced some are about ready to plant corn. G. White, McsdamesT. D. I'henault, Democrats and independents to vote for Mr. McKinley on the unMr Wm. J. Hible will move with his Sr., Harvey Clictiault, nnd Messrs. L. derstanding that they will do so. To postpone the money question family from here to Lexington in a short L. Bright and C. II. Chenault. for the tariff question, in view of fie fieta that We have here retime, where he will, with ids brother, C. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Irvine, of cited, is nothing more nor less on the part of the Republican leadC. Ilisle, run a butcher shop. ers than a breach of fnhli and a vii lation of honor." Richmond, passed home from ChicaMr. John Lanter, of this place, go. "Great city, that on tho lake, if Exactly; the nation ows a duty to the taxpayers, the millions the brought home with him from a deprotected trusts would plunder, and her honor is as much involved in it is windy," added Mrs. Irvine. She was tt Hood, and Col. Hood, the rail- public sale at the Baptist church at Unfeating the Dingley bill as in defeating a free coinage bill. Having for a time at least prevented fiee coinage, Democrats should road man, was talking to her, but not ion City last Saturday a nice silk quilt, 1S!)7, as in 1800, taritl plundering make plain to the Dingleyitea that in related, its they know. A most costing him S7.75. We do wonder what means a Republican defent. charming widow from Pennsylvania young lady will be the proud possessor J J O was of our party to Mexico, and she of this beautiful quilt. allied himself with the principles of De conducting said primary election, looked much like Mrs. It vino. KIXGS STATIOX. Paris Kentuckian. uiocracy, one ot which is tliat the ma- the candidates who propose to subFarmers are about done sowing oats at jority shall rule, can vote with the mit their names to be voted for. this place. Republican party, or any other party shall, on or before the 8th day of Several have planted out their gardens which has shown that it does not believe Mayv1897, pay to the Chairman of Frank Clark around here. in the majority ruling, and w liich Is this Committee the following stiltis, to his former declarations, j some- viz: Alex Frazier shipped a car load of Eich candidate for every and Lillie Carpenter, were married county office except that of Coroner near White Hall on Saturday by Itcv. wood this week. thing beyond reason. If there are any obstinate ones who in the sum of o0, and each candidate Lloyd. Mrs. Thomas llayslett is quite sick the past have been honoied by Demo for the office of Coroner the slim of with pneumonia. crats and now refuse to return to the $10.00. Mr. AV. T. Tharp and wife, of this principles for which they Once labored, 4. That said primary election place, are the guests of Mrs. Eva Turpin AsiicvuGH. To Dr. and Mrs. Ash the sooner they go the better it will shall be conducted by officers to be tliis week. be for Democracy; it is positive proof that hereafter named by this committee. baugh, Sunday, April 4, a boy. I 5 That the Chairman and Secrethey never had a responsive heart-throLilly To tho wifo of Rev. D, Mr. Bert Riddell and wife of Fainville, 's in behalf of the principles for which tary of this committee are hereby Clay Lilly, nee Miss Guerrant, at have taken rooms at Mis. Thomas for the summer. they professed so great concern. 29, a boy. appointed a committee to pr.vid' Tuscaloosa, Ala., Marcli Mrs. A. C. Butler is very sick at this Some now are seeming to be enjoying the ballots and in ike all arralige- HANGi:it.-- On Tuesday, March 31, political felicity in tlieii newly welded ment for holding said election. to the wifo of Harry B. Hanger, nee writing. Her many friend hope she G. bliss, sealed with Republican inconsistIt is ordered that all legally Miss Bettio Arnold, a boy, the third. may speedily recover. encies, and if they only can get a nomi- qualified voters who consider them Alike Smith and wife, after a visit Covington. -- On Sunday, April 4, nation at the bauds cf their former selves Democrats, and who will sup- - 1S97, of George Johnson, to the family the home of Mr. B. C II. Covingenemies they will gladly accept it with-- 1 port the nominees of this primarj ton was gladdened left last Friday for their home in Owen by the arrival of an out any apologies as to former party election, and all young men now unson, Thomas Thorpe Cov- county: afliiliations. years, but ington. Congratulations, Kit. der the age of twenty-on- e The many friends of George Thomas Tiie skirmish is now on and several who will attain their majority on or will regret to learn that he is very sick pickets are ready to stand guard against before the day of the next genera' he cannot live and tile doctors the onslaught of the enemy that desires election in November, 1897, and who but a few days. to crush Democracy. Some of the pick- declare their purpose and intention Cociika.w Mrs. .Mary Cochran, aged Mr. Granville Hamilton- - died at- - his ets nov in the Held will be selected to to affiliate with the Democratic parabout 05 years, widow of James Cochran, residence near here last Thursday of lead the charge, and as privates iu the ty, shall be entitled to vote in said deceased, died at her home near Whites typhoid fever. He will be greatly ranks let us give them every assistance primary election. Station last Friday night of consumption. missed by a'l as he was a devoted chris7. That the Chairman of thi? in our power, remembering that whoever She was the mother of Mrs. John tian, a loving husband and kind father. is nominated will be a Democrat whom committee give public notice of said Lackey, she being her only child. Fu- He was about CO years old. election by posting a copy of this neral services all can vote for in the final contest. at the Mt Zion church at On last Thursday night the young peodoor and Kingston, "Let us haug together, or hang sepa order on the Court-hous- e Sunday, thence to the Rich- ple of our town were entertained by rately," and if Democrats will hang to- at twenty other public places in the mond cemetery for burial. Mirs Alice Turpin in honor ot Miss Angether we will cause Republican hopes county,and shall publish a copy of Wines. Nellio Fay Wines' funeral nie Winkler, of Sand Hill, and all renight's this order in every issue of the Kento vanish like a dream. tucky Register and R'chmond or. Wed'y was pronounced the sad- port an enjoyable time. About midnight J. L. Sowers. Climax from date of adoptiou to dest ever witnessed here by some of the dining room doors were thrown open, who' ntlended. The mother was wild where a bountiful supper was prepared Connty Demccratic Commitlee Meeting, time of said primary election. with grief and inconsolable. Four for them. B. Chenault, Chtn'n. John children ol Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Wines At a meeting of the Democratic G William Jett, Sec'ty. COLLEGE HILL. have died under six years of age. County Committee of Jdadison Two small children remain, and the "Wm. Mellon isimprovinghisdwelling. county, it being an adjourned meet stricken parents have the sympathy ing of said Committee, held on the Dr. Combs reports liltle sickness in the of all who know what n heavy crown community. oth day of April, 1807, and a quorum MissRayStrengis with MissAdler of sorrows has been placed upon of said Committee being present, Miss Lama Johntson is visiting her heir brows. upon motion the following resolu at Lexington. brother, Dr. Johnston, at Panola. tions were urauimously adopted: Mrs. B. L. Middclton is at home Ballard. At the resideuce of his Younger Norris sold to Garrard parties 1. Realizing that the Democratic from Shelby. brother, TliosT Ballard, John P. Ballard last week two fox hounds for)0 each. party will most faithfully promote Mrs. C. D. Chenault and children died on April 4 and was buried in this C. M. Trihble brought from the mounand protect the interests of the peo- are in Woodford. city on Monday. He was 70 years of age tains last week 30 head of cattle which ple of Kentucky, and that DemoA wife and three chil- "lie disposed of heie. Miss Mary Campbell is at homo and a cratic supremacy and control in lodren survive him. Also two brothers, from Louisville. Ernest Grinstead has rented the cal affairs is absolutely essential to Mrs. T. J. Scott camo over from Thos. and E. H. Ballard, of Paint Lick. .Tames Owens property which lies near the people's welfare, it is the duty of all Democrats, in the interest of Jessamine on Friday. Sahara cf Ointments for Outarrii the Kentucky river. Mr. Geo. M. Willging epent Thursgood government, regardless of difthat contain Mercury, ferences of opinion npou questions day in the Queen City. as mercury will surely destroy the sense Awarded of National policy, to unite ia the Miss Edna Schlegol visited friends of smell and completely derange the Highest HonorsWorld's Fair, selection of good men for county in Lexington this week. whole system when entering it through officers, thereby insuring to Madfcon Mr. B. D. Spears came over from the mucous surfaces. Such articles county an efficient and economical Jessamine on Monday. should never be used except on prescrip-administration of local affairs. Dr. A. W. Smith and son Elliott tions from reputable physicians, as the 2. It is ordered that a Democratic damage they will do is ten fold to tho primary election be held at the va- are at homo from Louisville. from them, good you can possibly-'deriyrious voting precincts in Madison Mr. Thos. Gentry, of Estill, is the Jloll's Catarrh Cure manufactured by F. county on the 29th day of .May, 1897 guest of his son, Mr. R. L. Gentry, J. CJieney tt Co.. Toledo. O., contains no to select Democratic candidates for Mr. VVill Lilly, of Trvina, was the meo'dry and Is taken internally, acting County Judge. County Attorney, guest of lion. G. ELilly on Friday. directly upon and mucous County Clerk, Sheriff, Circuit Clerk, Mr. and Mrs. A Woolstein, who the system. In buying Hall's Assessor, Superintendent of Public spent a week: a Pino ville, are at home. taken internally, ftnd made; in Toledo, S ihnnl. Jailer, Snrveyor, Represen-- 1 Dr. and Mrs1.- A. OV Stewart, of Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonitive in ihi Legislature, and Coro-L'j 'artf Visiting Mrs. H. C. ials jfree ' f fey Druggists, price 75c per bot-threspectively, and the polls sllfcll gankfort, 1 J"Sold be open from 7 a. m. till 4 p. vat 't aprf Ira ajj Mr,JohnfE.Gfdofifof Lexington , MOST PlKEet.MAD. each Votlnj? place in Madison coun ty. UairO kjMiaK ty on the axoruaid 4nf and for: ik vlwUtl his daugliierj AJra.B.W. Tur-A MM CM4ktt4m af Tirtir toiUr. 'ha G6h8 hli JPaiUftrtitk i rUtab trSiMiefajf 4 eAn. .: .. . ' rr.K.7r-Plfr.-TL1- ? ffliMlttlt ffclVml'ti-...4 mVtt TIM ftAWUHD. jwwwvfr ttWW Mr jcw-tt ":"KT-: liberty. Protection on ons hand restricts a man's liberty, and on the other undermines all law of property, for it is the stealthy transfer of the property of the poor men who know how to handle the committees. For this reason Democrats are getting together. They are not getting together by agreement or by any concert of action, but by a common 6ense of danger. An impulse eaily explained draws together men of common views and common purposes. Of the six and a half million of men who voted for Bryan, five million were Democrats; on the other side were two million or more Democrats, who were not willing to accept the Bryan joke. Together they can control the country, and thev aie getting together. If one should doubt this, one has only to read the sound money Democratic newspaper of the .North. Here, for instance, are some extracts from the latest issue of Harper's Weeklv: "It was upon the distinct understanding that the Republican paity was to save the country from repudiation and depreciated currency that at least a million Democrats voted forMr.McKinley, and that other Democrats, whoconld not vote for him conscientiously, put into the field a ticket of their own, which aided materially in the defeat of Mr. Bryan. Mr. McKinley could not have been elected but for the Democratic votes cast directly for him, and he could not have had these votes but for thcbelief that the flint concern of himself and his party would be the reformation of our currency sjstem." Ro much for the reasonable expectation of Democrats, what of the I Is the Hood's Sarsaparilla SI per bottle. UOOCl S ., r'tt cl,r0 Wver Ilh; eay to take, easy to operate. 25c. developed that Dr. A. E. Attltz, who was found dead two years a?o under a trestle in West Virginia, from which it wa believed ho fell, was foully murdered by Clark Lewh , a desperate character, who lias Jbeen captured. Dr. Attltz practiced medicine here and was well known. It has Baton Be (Two-year-o- ld 2s33, Itrial.) In Effect March 1, 1897. m R5r?S c FOUR : YEARS. A iv n 4-- - DAILY EXCE1T SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. Lve Frankfort. Arr Elkhorn. Switier.. " Stamping Ground . , . " Duvalls . Georgetown. . Lve GeorgetO'Tr. . Arr Newtown. -. Centreyill.- V - rVFfcS . a.m. . 6 7 7 7 8 p.m. K9 . . . 615 51 02 08 20 00 12 22 28 40 6 30 3M 3 CO Bill we httve bouirht larirelv of all kinds of. ti - - ! tea. " day from a visit to relatives near Eluabeth. Paris PAXOLA. Frankfort. WEST People arj not done sowing oats, rain TCuper Hood spent from WedMrs. Lve Paris nesday until Sunday with her parents preventing. . Arr Eluabeth I fr DDCcnnA'ncAf E. wiiG'jrisi yuLiivs 3 32 3 J8 3 58 4 15 I 30 4 42 4 52 4 58 5 10 8 f? m Now is the time . - ; 8 8 8 BOUND. . .. - a.m. 20 p.m. 5 5 5 5 6 30 42 48 58 10 30 41 48 59 0S 20 w m 60 tog CARPETINGS, MATTINGS, RDGS, LACE CURTAINS, i 3 &C. in Covington. Mr. I Stuart Saunders, a very pleasant young gentleman from Louis-villvisied Miss Florrie Blight on Thursday last. n Mrs. T. C. Norris returned Saturday from an extended visit to relatives and friends in Fayette and o, dead one to be found. J M. Hendren, of Speedwell, is in Cincinnati buying goods There was one addition to the family of "Judge" Richardson last week, a girl. Elder Neal, of Winchester, has been called to preach for the church at Speed-ell. Miss Laura Johnston, daughter of Rev. J. J. Johnston, of Plcasureville, Ky.. is visiting the family of her brother, Dr. Silas Johnston. The death of Granville Hamilton, on Crooked Cieek, last week, brought sadness to many a heart. To know him was to love him. Peace to his ashes. w BARON BELL is a bay stallion, 15'i hands high, foaled in 1891. Sired by Baron Wilkes 2:18; 1st dam Crescent 2:25'f, by Belmont; 6 , . Arr Duvalls- 2nd dam by Norman, sire of Lnlu 2:15, and sire 6 1110 " Stamping Ground 6 1125 " Switzer 2:30 performers inof the dam of twenty-on- s 7 . 1135 " Elkhorn. cluding Norval 2:M"X- 11 55 7 " Frankfort. Better breeding can not be found in the Stud C. D. BERCA.W, Gen'l Pass. Agent. Book. His sire, Baron Wilkes 2:13. is concedGEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Supt. ed by the trotting horse world to be the best Frankfort, Kentucky. stallion living, having been sold recently for l i $25,000, the largest price paid for any horse since boom times, and his dam was Crerccnt, Ohio Railway with a race record of 2:25',, to high wheel sulky, by Belmont, sire of Nutwood 2:184', Earlmont 2:09, and a host of other fast performers. Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. BARON BELL has had very little training, and should easily trot in 2:25 this year. WEST 30TJND. Will stand at $20.00 to insure a mare with 6 Si am Mt. Sterling and Lexinjrton Accom 7 30 am foal. Kustern Kipreis for Louisville . 3 00 pm Morehead and Lexington Accom.. pm 5 New York Limited F. VV mch21-10EAST BOUND. 9 15 am Lexington and Morehe id Accom. 11 53 am New York Limited F. I. V. 7 00 pm Mrs. John Sallee, Jr., is much better Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom 9 08 pm Washington Express after a long illness. Accommodation trains run daily except SunMrs. Javus Long is at her father's very day. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping snd dining car service to New York. sick with neuralgia of stomach. For information, ratos or sleeper reservations K. HOOD. Agent L.iN.Ry., call on or write Mr C. M. Davi-- j and 6on ai e convalesRichmond, Ky. cing after a long illness of typhoid feer. or GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. P. A. C. & O. Rj, Lexington, Ky. There are three statesmen in Slick . I The peaches are all right here yet, not a Centreville Newtowr. ' ' Georgetown Lve Georgetown ' 9 32 9 9 10 10 10 38 48 00 40 58 And while this stock lasts, there will vanee on FORMER LOW PRICK . . , '. 6 To Place Your Order. Tf7:' (on OfALLY IXsPEtlh sA i)& ni IXVITE IBrower. Scott r rN" I nrrter flitn inn '. is " TWO - FARMS KXkCkrii3C5CCf - B. H. NEAUE . . Krniriu. nv I 01 innrt sua v -- '' r- , -- 1 A j. iFORf is-5,i.r- T'i 1 -- HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of P.trkersburg, V. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. rAnKKsnuno, AV. Va., January 2G, 190o. The AViught Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio. j I The undersigned has three separate small farms which he offers at private sale separately or together. All three arc situated at PLOWING, TVe SPRING 5 a- ; - " ' WHITE'S - STATION, M have been using "Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1591, and And them to be as recommended. I first beuan taking them while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which 1 had been a long sutlerer. I found the Celery Capsules save me great relief from the beginning and have used them ever since. "With pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any and all suffering with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours, Chakles T. Caldwell. Sold by T. S. Ilagan, Druggist. Trice 50c ents and $1.00 per box. Call at drug6-store and get free sample. Gentlemen: I on the waters of Silver Creek. They contain respectively 85 and 165 acres, and are well watered and well improved farms. There is no better land in Madison county, most of it being m IRI have the best plows the l.tu-.ries produce. If you expect to do ;u, plowing the coming spring, and ,i - . " V IHI -- RIE BOTTOM LAND- .- aj It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., all within a mile of White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. d TERMS Sale will be made cash, balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, address one-thir- not already supplied with plow, cannot afford to buy before ghinu a call. Everything kept in a equipped hardware house is found our stock. :- ' - : '.' us t y iv 11 in 11 ii 3 h Geo. D. White, feb3-t- f White's Station. Ky. and list ot two hundred Inventions wasted. Who can think simple Idea of some patent? thing to Protect Tour Ideas; ther may brteff jrou wealth. wnie Juiin nRuuutuutu sw. raieni ney. Wiuhlnguln. D. C fur their SI JO) prizeAttoroiler Wanted-f- ln Sliackelf '& S Oft k. 0 -- qKENTUCKY. 08 ilnJ, " m 3 :; 4 RICHMOND, LWJhWWiitWM1'WW,tMltWMJVSWWW1yrV,'w'wwwwrM,,rw,rv "J j WE AR UN "f5" "Y" "fk y ir "ir ! MWIP MARRIED. er OAiUnUAULDnOiyi U, Mt. ed Clakk-CaiU'ext- BIRTHS. .We open in our new house, next door to the Farmer's National Bank, f inu .! occupied by Klein & Son having "sold out all our stock at auction, we open w ili a new stock, the largest and best in Richmond and b Kir-by- J 35lg eleven-poun- d DEATHS. .custom and we will give you the best bargains ever offered before in the county We want-you- r mid-summ- PERSONAL. Men's Suits at S250, Boy's Suits at 50c. Boy's Knee Suits at 58c. Men's Shoes at Toe; Ladies' Shoes at 75c. -- -- worth worth worth worth 80.00 ,1.00 J .50 1.25 1.50 worth deaf-mut- e. lT if 3cts, a yd. 4cts. a yd. 4cts. a yd, Dress Goods, - Sets, a yd. Carpets, - - 9cts. a yd. Floor Oilcloth, IScts.a yd. Lace Curtains, 38cts. a pr. Calicoes, Cottons, Ginghams, - - Overcoats and Capes at your own prices, Table Linens at 15cts. a yd., and everything yoji need in Notions and Furnishing Goods cheaper than ever offered before. We want! your trade and we will save you money. Don't forget our place.' CREAM the-bloo- sur-Ltceti- bf BAKING - or Jj P6WMB NEW YORK STORE ; - 9 Up To w, .- Klein 5" & " Son's Did a, -1 Stand.-Co- me Everybody. - .drlby 4. T iiJlfSiN - --: -- w J if el Z, - - Y: .5 Rieri morid, iMmhSssesmm'L' 2 - -? f " " f mm 'Ji-"- A 4. ID? f?a Kentucky.' fr&f ' -- " r--- -" JL M The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY, Men Wanted. Tha Sanks Will Fight It. ArRIL 7, 1S97. Base ball Friday. Diphtheria has abated. Col. Morris Long, of Danville, wants to come to Silver Creek in June and dig out somo young ottorF. Ho wants about 40 stout men to help him, at $3 per day. Afterwards Col. Long, J. T. Coy and others will spend a vacation at Lake Reba. I Farmers, Beware Ten new subscribers eo far this A scamp, representing himself as agent veok. for several big city papeis, secured thirty Winchester vs. C. U. on Campus or forty dollars in subscriptions to the Friday. Euquircr, etc, on Marcli court day. The The Disjatch is expected on April papers never came, and the proprietors 35. Delayed by machinery. say the agent was a fake. Mr. Win. M. McCord was one of the victims. Thos Ferrell will run for Justice So come to the Climax when you want of the Peace in the Union precinct. papers cheap. See our clubbing litt Col. K. A. W blanker, of Lake elsewhere. City, Illinois, orders the Climax one year. Eld. Culton will preach at Republican church next Sunday at 11 i'clock. Matt Cohen and his pa shipped of cattle and hogs two car-loa- ds Ballzrd Luxon Very Fast. Lillard, of Lawrence-burhas given his fast gelding Luxon 2:19 and another fast four year old bay gelding by Chichester to Gus Macoy to train and campaign this year. Both are very promising horses. Mr. .Ballard Luxon, of this Monday. city, after whom this horse was second-han- d A Fisher square piano named, was stationed at one of Anand organ tor sale cheap. Apply at thin derson county houses during the Haroffice. rison Administration and was very W. T. Duerson says we have had popular with all more rains in the last two months than in three years previous. For Assessor. Mr. Roger g, At a meotingof the Louisville Clearing-association, Capt. John H. Leathers, well known iu Richmond, representing tho State banks, George Swearinger, representing the nat'onal hrnks, and John 1). Taggart, representing the trust companies, wcreappointed acominitleo to formulate some plan of action to fight the bank tnx law. Tho committee did nothing more than formulate plans in a general way. As soon as they can arrive at some sort of definito conclusion as to the best course to pursue they will report to another meeting of the Clearing-hous- e Association to' be called for that purpose. Capt. Leathers said that the passage of the bank tax law was clearly a caso of tho State's violating its contracts with tho banks and trust companies. Ho pointed out the fact that when the banks and trust companies made concessions and submitted to the Hewitt law, by which taxes were increased from 50 to 75 cents on $100, the State promised that they should not bo called upon to make any more concessions. In the face of this legal and binding contract comes the bank tax law lately house The brick sticcts proposition is to The Owensboro Democratic city pri; come up at Owenesboro again this spring. mary will be held next Wednesday. "WorkinS 'Womam's Eono Assscia-tio- n, Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost hi tea and chronic soro eyes. 5 cts. per box. Salt-Rheu- m Should be In every family medicine cheat and every traveller's grip. They are 'nvaltblewben the stomach out ot order; cure headache, tlllounes, and cent ill liver trouble!. Mild and. efficient. 1 H s Pills l It ma' save you time and money to bo r, infoimed that, when you need a Ayer's Sarsap.irilla is the kind mestin lavor with the medical profession. It is thestandard and, as such, the only blood-purifiadmitted at the Chic.igo Wurid,8 Fair. It blood-purifieer -- 11 - - -- rnpjlwrMWI, IMI , t immmi imi fii in rmrTTTT--r Mtnrn 21 S. Peoria St.. Chicago 111. Jan. 11, 189G. Our AVorking Woman's Home Associato-da-y. tion used Foley's Honey and Tar six years ago. and are using it It has always been a favorite, for while its taste is not at all unpleasant ts effectsaro very beneficial. Wishing you all possible success, sincerely yours, Laura G. Fixen, Dr. Caily's Condition Powders, are apr7 lm just what a horso needs when in bad Bus. Mgr. condition. Tonic, blood purifier and A LTfo Ftr SCc. vermifuge. They are not food but Many people have been cured of Kidmedicine and tho best in use to put a horso in prime condition. Price 25 ney disease by taking a 50c bottle of apr7 lm Foley's K'd"' cv Cure. 3ents per package. Surrrni i .ing towusseut a big delegaBowling Green is to have a carpet faction to l..ingtou to the oratorical contory, so ssv8 the Commercial Club of es- and the baseball game. that city. A lost child of unknown name, calling Everybody Says So. iiiteelf "Jimmy", was picked up on the Cascarets Candv Cathartic, tho ranst wonderful medical dfscovexy of the age. eas-a- slieets of Lexington. and refreshing to the taste, tci pcntly Spring Requires and positively on kidneys, liver am lioivels, cleansing the entire systrm, dis- 1 colds, That the impurities which have accumueuro headache, fever, habitual constipation and biliousness. Pleas s buy and try a box lated in your blood during the winter 10, i, 60 cents. Sold and shall be promptly and thoroughly expelof U. C. C. guaranteed to cure by all druggists. led if good health is expected. When the of the farmers warmer weather comes these impurities Not more than one-thir-d in Hart county have been able to sow are liable to manifest themselves in vatobrcco beds, and the crop for this year rious ways and often lead to serious illwill be exceedingly short. ness. Unless the blood is rich and pure that tired feeling will afflict you, your on Traveling, Whether on pleasure bent, or business, appetite will fall and you will find yourtaken on every trip a bottle of Syrup of self "all run down." Hood's Sarsaparilla tones and strengthens the system' drives Figs, as it acts most pleasantly and effectually on the kidneys, liver, bowels, pre- out ail impurities and makes pure, rich, venting fevers, headrches, and other healthy blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla is forms of sickness. For sale in 50 cents the one true blood purifier and the best and $1 bottles by all leading druggist. spring medicine. Be sure to get only apr7 lm Manufactured by the California Fig Hood's. apr7 lm only. Syrup Company Editor II. C. Walker, of the CrittenFat hogs are selling in Henry county den Press, is a candidate for Represen-taliv- e in his legislative district. for $3. GO per hundred. nt y; plr Are the Shelves, Counters and Ledges of the "'5jlp3y - rrl .WITH THE ENORMOUS SPRING STOCK OF. ! Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Notions, Carpets, Lace Curtains, Trunks, etc., that have been crowded upon them. passed. .Sul8,; ' ZigX Ev vr5Smvd3& - ' --R. ll ' A t I' Call On Rev. Mr. Crow. The gate below Kirksville on the Ilyattsville pike was again raided, on Saturday night. Good poods and honest goods at an honest price is what our goods arc. Cov- respected families of Madison county, a simon pure Democrat, lias always been an ardent and untiring worker ington & Mitchell. for the success of the Democratic Madison's cattle breeders ind party for at least 25 years. We have shippers should read the illus- no hesitancy in saying that the party trated article on our first page. could make no better selection and MissMattie Shifflet is at home the people secure no better officer J from the bedside of her nephew, than he will make if elected. Durnnm Shifilet at Station Camp. D. P. Armor has all the latest Creations of beautiful effects in neg Spring novelties in the jewelry line. ligec hhirts, at a moderate price. Covington & W. C Biggerstnff is announced in this issue of the Climax as a candidate for Assessor. Mr. Biggerstaff comes of one of the oldest and most Mitchell. The Louisville Dispatch. was not sold. Bidding It City. one of the best built houses in the The Louisville Dispatch, daily and begin pnbisition next weely, will week, April 15. The Web perfecting puss, with a capacity of 1S.000 papers au hour, is now being installed at 5th. and Main, neighborhood, sold to Wagers & Cohen Louisville, and it will turn out the above SO fat hogs, weight about 225 lbs., at 3c number of eight page papers with a more Dudley's residence perfect print than any obtained by the Mrs. Sherman is jourualds now issued out of the Falls too low. The Daughter's of the Confederacy will meet next Friday at the Public Library room at 10 o'clock. Itobt Mason, of the "Whites Station county. If you want an elegant shoe at a true value price, come and tee our line. Covington & Mitchell. Mr. J. V. Cole succeeds J. II. Kennedy in the music and machine business, formerly conducted by Surles & Kenned j'. Ben, son of Thomas Muggins, who resides near Caleast, between this city and Silver Creek was injured last Tuesday by being thrown from a horse. The church meeting at Waco Baptist church will be held next Saturday afternoon at '.) o'clock day morning at 11. p. iu. and Sun- Washington Thacker is traveling agent for the KentncKyCob Pipe Works, of Whites Station, and is rapidly shoving his pencil taking Geo. orders. In his instructions to the jury Judge Scott called special attention to the e raideis, committed bv the an J invoked the aid of the law to suppress the crime Dr. C. C. Hooker, the well known veterinary surgeon, is grieving over the loss of a line Vatican mare, Ollie old, which died from V.. toll-gat- ont-mg- es world. No discovery of modern years has been of greater benefit to mankind than Mr. Bill Burnam, of color, black; Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DiarMadison county hasa number of stock- of reputation, national; of normality, rhoea Remedy, or has done more to redrunk, of course, made his will last holders "already. Saturday, in view of approaching lieve pain and suffering. J. W. Vaughn, dissolution by the short route. Law- of Oakton, Ky., says: "I have used Circuit Court. yer Shackelford wrote tho will which Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DiarCircuit Court convened on Monday, follows: rhoea Remedy in my family for several Hon. T. J. Scott presiding, Hon. U. A. In the name of God, Amen! I, "William Burnam, beingof sound yeats, and find it to he the befct medicine Crutchcr at his post of prosecution. mind and disposing memory, and I ever used for cramps in the stomach gkaxd jenv. having arrived at the Unalterable and bowels. For sale by W. G. White II. G. Carpenter, J. W. Griggs, W. II. resolution to end this weary life, do Richmond Ky. apr7 lm Tudor, C. II. Park, J. B. Dozier, E. P. hereby make and publish this, my last will and testament, revoking ail All gaiden truck is way behind around Jones, Jackson Eades, L. A. I5allard, Jiis-p- previous instruments: Flemingshnrg. Powell, J. P. Long, Jacob S. White, 1st, I will and devise to Geo. Ruth-e- r my beloved trunk and all its conSam Long, Jr. W. H. Tudor, foreman. Mrs. A. Inveen, residing at 720 Henry tents. St., Alton, III., suffered with sciatic PETIT JUKY. 2nd, I will and devise to my sister. for over eight mouths. She A. McMurry, W. D. Lewis, John A. bally JJurnam. col., my ned ana bed rheumatism clothes, which cost me $1.50. doctored for it nearly the whole of this McCord, L. Z. Tayloi, S. II. Thorpe, Sr., 3rd, I desire all my past debts and using various remedies reccommen-de- d X. B. Howard, B. B. Million, John Tay- funeral expenses paid, and after time, by friends, and was treated by the lor, C. T. Wells, Dudley Tribble, W. j. doing same I desire that the residue She received no Risk, G. C. Clark, Robert Long, Win. of my estate become tho property of physicians, but my mother. then used one and a half bottle of Foster, James Cosby, Hugh Parks, Tom I have been here for 40 years and Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which effected Hendren, F. W. Maupin, Win. Willis, J. tiave been a "rogue and a thief, W. Dejarnette, M. M. .Miller, Wm. TayI trust that all friends a complete cure. This is published at her will profit by my misspent life and request, as she wants others similarly aflor. J. P. Dcuhnm. live for light and glory, flicted to know what cured her. The 25 A Century Was the Span of Her Life. his and 50 cent sizes for sale by W. G. White William X Bukxam. apr7 lm Richmond, Ky. The Climax is able to authenticate mark Bill Burnam Makes a Will. er Rev. "Wm. Crow, who is now and has been for six weeks absent from home, is unaware that his name has been put forward by some very influential citizens for the office of Superintendent of County Schools, a position from which the new Constitution no longer debars ministers of the Gospel. Elsewhere appears a call which the signers earnestly hope Mr. Crow will heed. Of whom could Jefferson's test of fitness be more affirmatively answered. "Is he honest; Is he capable; Does he support the Constitut'on?" All of these and more. Ho is a minister who is loved and respected by all who know him. He is agraduate of Centre College in the famous class of '57, which graduated G ministers, 5 Governors, 10 Congressmen, 3 U. S. Senators, etc. Mr. Crow is eminently fitted to hold this office, has a fine classical education, and that he believes in education is proven by the fact that five of his children are graduates of the University; girls were not given degrees there when his two eldest daughters were in college. Aside frvm his splendid qualifications, Mr. Crow is intimately acquainted with patrons of common schools throughout Madison to whom Americans arc the most inventive peo- Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Life Away. lie has been a friend and pastor for H vou want many years. In politics, a Democrat, ple on earth. To them have been issued and forever, be to quit tobacco using easily made well, strung, iimgueUe, now and always, and no man is more nearly GOO 000 patents, or more than d full of new life aud vigor, take entitled to his party's support than that makes weak men of all the patents issued in the the he. strong. Many gain ton pounds in ten days. one-thirwonder-worker, Never before have we offered our friends and patrons the line of Goods to select their Spring and Summer purchases from as we do this season. mi S I i x m as fit? i4 NOT A STON& 30-inc- Has Been left Unturned To make this the Banner Season of Our Enornous Business. In our Dress Goods Department we are offering one lot of about 25 different styles, all wool wide Novelty Dress Goods in all the new style checks at Sl.GS per dress pattern. These goods make as pretty Spring Dresses as if they cost $1 per h d. 3-- ll jtf"! Stripe Dress Goods, Good Spring Styles wide, about 200 yds. in the lot that we will clean up at 15c. per yd. These formerly sold at 29c. TVeiiave one lot of all-wool 3G-in- ch r; n X&JJ they are as handsome as Brocaded Silks and make much better dresses. Ml-' While in the Dress Goods Department ask to see our line of Black Figured Jacquads No large cities are showing anything in dress goods that you can't iind in our stock. All the new fancy weaves, Jacquads, Cheviots, Pongees, Foulords. Covert Cloths. Glorias, Crash Cloths, Secilians, &c, can be had here. Also all the new things in Silks and Ribbons. We are showing a beautiful lino of Bicycle Suitings in new designs and checks, that make excellent skirts and dresses, price llc. The best quality Black and Stripe Ducks 10c. per yard. j 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 Sc. N4 S'riK I JpSSr of your Over 400,000 cured. Buy druzgist. under guarantee to cure, 50o or $1 .(O. Booklet and samplo mailed free. Au. aterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. The Teachers' State Association of Kentucky will he held at Bowling Green June 29 and 30 and July 1. To restore gray hair to its natural color as in youth, caso it to grow abundant and strong, there is no better preparation than Hall's Hair hcKewer. It cC5T - iTS 11 James AVilson, an Adair county er, was killed by a falling tree. farm- cheap stuff. Our Hamburgs and Laces have all been reduced in price. You can get the very best patterns in hamburgs, beautiful designs and best quality for what you formerly paid for Remenants almost given awaj to make up your bundle. Ota 6J, A The rapidity witli which croup devel ops calls for instant treatment; and yet few households are prepared for its visit". An admirable remedy for this disease is Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It has saved hundreds of lives and should he in every homo where there are young children. We are selling a nice Quality Check and Stripe Dimity in pure white at 5c. yd. 7i, SJ and 10c. White Dimities are worth double what we ask for them. l Five (500) Hundred Yards of beautiful Check Satteens will be cleaned up at Gic. per yd. These goods formerry sold at 15c. and are good spring colors and styles. m .m"ji-i It Hopkinsville is to have a woolen mill to be established by Win Cates. NOTE SOME OF O LJR PRICES: We sell Best Tobacco Canvass, lie. We sell Best Quilt Lining, oic. 1c. We sell good 3rard wide Brown Cotton, 4.Vc. We sell good yard wide Sea Island Cotton, oe We sell Trion AAA Brown Cotton, We sell Green Ticket Lonsdale Bleach Cotton, Gc We sell good wide Bleach Cotton, no dressing, 5c We sell the best Check Cottons for dresses d. 3-- That tired feeling is due to impoverished blood. Enrich the blood with Hood's Sarsaparilla. It is economy to buy Hood's. It gripp last Friday. Value $300. The first game of base ball of the season occurs on the campus Friday b 'tween C. U. and Winchester Athletic Club. Geo. Scott is Captain and Unmes pitcher, the best in the league. John Doiielson is making a specialty of road wagons, made at home, perfect She was buried at Owsley's Fork beauties, the very best; also has on hand Cemetery, Jackson county, on Suna line of imported wagons, cheap and as day. good as any in the market here or elseAgain Georgetown Wins. where. bugIf you Want to see gies and road wagons that are perfect beauties and of the best quality, visit the Kentucky Carnage AVorkp, corner of Second and Water streets. John Doiielson, prcprietor. Patronize the home manufacturer home-mad- e the statement that there died in this county on Saturday morning last, a lady who, had she lived eleven months longer, would have been 100 years of age. She was Mrs. Patsy Coyle, grandmother of Messrs. Thomas and U. S. Coyle, of Berea. She was the mother of 9 children, 30 grandchildren, 10 great-gran4 children. Mrs. Coyle was born in Virginia, and was the oldest woman in Madison county. To the last she retained perfect of all her faculties, and died as one who lies down to peaceful sleep, without a pain or struggle. d, grcat-great-gra- P. Stuart, of Chilesburg, Ky., representing Georgetown College, won tlie oratorical contest between the contesting institutions in the association at Lexington on Friday. His subject was "Silent Voices," and his oration was delivered iu a masterly manner. Ho is youngest and prettiest graduates, and enwhen you want biigcics, barouches, road a relative of Mrs. French Tipton, of tertaining committees and committees to receive books will do all in their power wagoT. All made at home, by John this city. for the pleasure of their guests The Doiielson, and wananted the best You TO CONTEST STUAUT's VICTOKV. members of the Association are detergreat can get them as cheap as imported work mined It 16 faid that the college boys of Lex- snecess. to make the occasion a and superior in quality. protest the oratorical vie ington are to A list of hooks of which the students J. T. Cong sold 9 hhds of tabacco toryof W. P Stuart, of Georgetown, on have especial and daily need will be at the Pickett house, Louisville, at the grounds of plagiarism. In 60 doing found at 15. W. Turner's, Joe'and at the an average of $7.JX), the best average let the other contestants first make drugstorcf, but no donor need confine his gifts to the books mentioned as many made in Madison out of the '96 crop. affidavit that they wrote their own books not in the list are much needed J. T. Coy, agent of tho Pickott, has speeches, so that their friends ran come and will be gratefully received. The addition of these books to the Li secured 500 hhds for them this year. into court vjith clean hnnds if they can. hrarv will greallv increase the interest To accommodate the trade, Donelson and efficiency of the school. They will The Passion Play. he used by your children or your neighlias on hand work brought on that can Mr. U. S. Coyle, of Berea, gave to bors' children, and so in either case the b. secured for as little money as any the Climax a brief discription of the community will be benefited. work now offered. Buggies, wagons and in the parThe exhibition of the Passion Play at lors ofReceplion will be held Remember Madison Institute. everything in that line as cheap as any Berea Colletre last Friday night. He the list of hooks may be lonnd at B W. o Tired by any one, and of the very best declared it to have been the most in- Turner's dry goods store, Joe's and at all make. teresting and most impressive sight the drug stores. Mas. A. R. Burnam, President. Why go away from home for style, he ever witnessed. As is well known Miss M i.vekva Park PnELi's, Sec''. finish, durability, and prices, when all the Passion Play is a reproduction of apr7 2t can be had by calling on our old reliable our Savior's Crucifixion, with all atThat hacking cough is undermining tailor, G. Schafhausen, at the old stand tendant circumstances. The figures vuut 'constitution sapping your strength. over White & Gibson's store? He has are reproduced bj a stereoscope and Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure it. over 000 samples ot suits. Go and see so faithfully as to be thrilling to the This is one of 4he most valuable remefor yourself and learn prices, apr 7 3w audience. Description fails to ap dies of modern times for coughs, colds and bronchial troubles. It Fishing time lias come, when the proach the real morit of the lecture Many tobacco bedsare washed out at grass begins to grow and the buds swell and exhibition, and only tho enthuout, and it is every man and boy's de- siastic compliments of everybody Falmouth. Word, to Ph.yslcis.ns. sire to lay aside their old clothes and to who saw it must bo taken as a measDo you known that many broad mina spring suit. We have ure of the success and high quality of bloom out in ded physicians are using loley's Honey the best clothes iu town and at the price tho performance. Mr. Dodge pro- and Tar Cough Syrup in their practice? to your interest vided an unexcelled lecture course They have found no remedy that gave as you want to pay. Look and see our goods. Covington & Mitch- for the College and its conclusion satisfactory results for all tliroatandlung complaints as tins great cough mediciue. was one of undisputed excellence. ell. apr7 lm AVill ollegiate The wheat crop in Logan county Paducah is counting on getting at Attest ' ( Dan Doughekty. promises to be the best that that county least three new plants this spring. Codicil I appoint and constitute Jno. L. Baxter my executor, if he has put out for. years. The Metropolitan Democratic daily can execute a good bond. Done Two years ago R. J. Warren, a druggist and weekly paper, "The Louisville DisMarch 31, 1897. at Pleasant Brock, N. Y., brought a small, patch," will make its appearance the supply of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. first week in April. J. II. Kennedy will He sums up the resft as follows: "At take subscriptions for Madison county. that time the goods were unknown in this Office next door to Bichniond National Chenault, Sara Bell .. Parks, E. F. section, to day Chamberlain's Cough Bank. mar24. 4w Phelps, Minty Dejarnett, Salle Remedy is a household word." It is the Salmon, B. W. trancis, uizzie Slade, Paul Gibson, Maggie C Missouri Farms For Sale. same in hundreds of communities Gulley, B. F. Stone, Thomas King, Ella good qualities of Stone, James W. Where ever the I have three very desirable farms Tillery, Mattie Lakes, Euginia Cough Remedy become known within 20 miles of Fulton. Mo. Also a Tipton, Lillie Miller, Anderson Turner, Clara Miller, Harry the people will have nothing else. For large list of cheap farms in Calloway Williams, Binda Mullin, Mac Thos Mcllenry, Laura county, Mo , for sale Circular and price sale by W. G. White Richmond Ky. apr7 lm list sent free on application. J B. WILLIS, Postmaster. F. S. Postox, Book Receptions. Candidates are beginning to get a Fulton, Mo. mar24 4w hustle on themselves on both sides of The Alumnae Association of Madison Institute will give a Book Reception for the political fence. "Wm. C. Biggkkstaff is a candithe benefit of the Institute Library Eavo Ton Sal the Grip? date for Assessor of Madison county, Saturday, April 17th from 2 to 5 If you have, you probably need a relia-- , subject to action of the Democratic o'clock "in the afternoon, and from 7 to 10 o'clock in the evening. hie medicene like Foley's Honey and party. All persons interested in the success of Tar to heal your lungs and stop the rackthe school and its students are cordially and earnesly invited to attend and to ing cough incidental to this disease. apr7 lm bring a book thus adding to the nucleus of a library already formed. cellulose factory will TheOweuhboro Refreshments will be served by the i Av- - F- - FitBSOii, List of Letters. QQ Cham-berlian- 's oc. and shirts, 12Ac. We sell good 10-- Brown Sheeting, 15c. We sell best 10-- Bleach Sheeting, SJ- and 10c. Bed Ticking 5c. 3'd., better ticking 4c. Good Calicoes, new styles, 2ic. Remnant Calicoes, 2c. One lot of good Challis, 4ie. Best Apron Gingham, 5c Good Dress Gingham, pretty, new styles, 2ic. Remnants Ginghams, 4 4 - ... ... 36-inc- mi'mjgwm vd yd yd yd yd yd yd yd yd yd yd yd yd yd yd vd yd Our line of Men's Laundried Percale Negligee Shirts at 49c, are as pretty as $1.00 Shirts. One lot of Ladies' Tan Ribbed Hose will be closed at 5c. worth 15c. Men's Extra heavy seamless sox, Uoy's Ribbed UlaekHnse. R Hoy's Seamless Ilibbed III nek Hose So. Ladies' Seamless Grey Mixed Hose Sv. Our line of Ladies' and Children's Fine Hosiery in J'.laek and Fancy Stripes is very complete at remarkably low prices. Ox-bloo- d, We are sole Agents for Featherbone Oil Shades, best quality spring rol- Corsets. QQ t s Our Entire Line Fine I wide Cambric Per- cales will be Cleaned np at 10c. a yard. These $ Goods are Worth 15 cents. h 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 69c. a pair. These goods sold for $1.25 and $1.50 a pair. We carry the prettiest line of Men's and Children's Shoes and Slippers in the City, all the now Olive Tans, Coin.Toes, etc., can be had here at our low cash prices. CALL AND SEE THEM. La-die- s's Ox-bloo- probably be ready to begin grinding the middle of June by Lebanon --&Cycle Handsomest '97 The Good quality Percales, new styles, firfci3J3t4 ar Sc. yd KvKPk , An Eastern shoe fatory owner is talking of locating at Elsworth near Huntington. W. Va. We are selling a lot of about 100 Berlin White Bed Spreads, large size, good as new, at 79c. each, former BICYCLE Manufactured. price $1.50. Good Gum Combs, 5e. Horn Combs, 5c. The two most creditable times in a woman's life arc the times which make the girl a woman, and the woman a mother. At these times, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pretcriptiou is of incalculable value- - It strengthens and invigorates the organs distinctly feminine, promotes regularity of the functions, allawys irritation and inflamation, checks unnatural, exhaust ing drains, aud puts the whole delicate organism into perfect condition. Almost all the ills of womankind are traceable to some form ot what is known as "female coraplaiut." There are not three cases in a hundred of woman's peculiar disease that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription It will not cure. The town of Hawesville is negotiating for waterworks. Truth, in a Nutshell. Impure blood is the natural result of close confinement in boose, school room or shop. Blood is purified by Hood's Sarsaparilla, and all the disagreeable results of impure blood disappear with the use of this medicine. Ifjouwishto feel well, keep your blood pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Perfume-- j rJpr--jj- ; lftly f2nl 1- -4 5 ?rioe, $75.00. f s f in. Corrugated Tubing, 1 ? Oil Reservoir Hubs. Write for a Catalogue. Every Wheel Warranted. Deal Direct With Us. "Manufactured by H. KALBACH & SON, LEBANON, PA. RESIDENCE FOR SALE! Having taken permanent residence in another State I desire to sell my residence property, without reserve, One ot the best constructed, most convenient, and most desirable residences in Richmond, at public sale, on t: 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 Style Tortoise Shell Side Combs 10c. a pair. Good Hair Pins, lc. a paper. Package Colored Pins with Mirror, 5c. a package. 1 Ream Commercial Note Paper, 10c. Uncle Sam Tar Soap, 4e. a cake. Good Toilet Soap, 4c. a cake. Casmo Buttermilk, the onty genuine toilet soap, Sc. a cake. Good Towels, 5 and 10c. each. 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. Silk Gum Webbing, all colors, 10c. . White Collar Buttons, 5c. a dozen. Men's Link Cuff Buttons, a large assortment. Ladies' Waist Sets, a large assortment. Full line Stick Pins. d. 3-- , 5c. a bottle. j f Sf-- 1 n ' -1 St Good Gum Webbing, frill edge, 5c. d. 3-- - i John Xicbolson, released on $100 bond for stealing harness from Mr. T. D. Chenault, was arrested by Col. J. T. Estill for alleged theft of the latter's buggy. He was sent to jail in default of $500 bond, to await action ofjrand jury. Corhin is booming with new enterMra. ILenry "Wygant and sons, prises being started togoiug nearly every Benyoard and Philip, left yesterday week. No people suffer so much from physi- to join Capt. Wygant in Utah where col disabilities as those whose business he is now happily located. At La requires little or no muscular exertion. Fayette. Ind., they will be joined by The lack of exercise causes the liver to Mr. Harry S. Wygant who will re- become sluggish and the result is conBilious main with his mother for a few days stant Constipation, Indigestion, prevent To Tho departure of this ness and Sick Headache. Regulator In Chicago. A Call on Rev. Mr. Crow. it; removes this take Simmons Liver makes one's keeps the liver active and Knowing his eminent fitness and household from Richmond fami condition as comfortable as those who of qualifications for the office, and mind- one of the most attractive nere have much exercise. It of his unswerving Democracy, lies. Capt. Wygant was located .,,, ful .. . i years as .miliary In Hoc. Capt. Wyganl's Family Gone. Hoca's Pills are best family cathartic and liver medicine. Gentle, reliable, Rus-sellvil- le .MEN'S BLACK AND BLUE CHEVIOTS SUITE, $2.9S. VERY STYLISH MADE. We Arc Selling Men's New Style Plaid All Wool Suits for $5.00, Worth $10.00 Ask to See Our Line of Men's Silk Lined Spring Suits THEY ARE BEAUTIES. sure. It fight will be made in Another this year for a water works system. 3oy's Cassimere Knee Pants, , c, ., rr .ouy s xvuet: ouiis, ------ - - - glen's Jeans Pants, wc. - 24c. a pair.ji no j. uy w vo.iu.t 4Sc. 1 -- -- We arc Closing one Lot of 60 PjIrofMsn's Corduroy Pznts at S1.25 a pair, former price $20. m Saturday, April 3,'H, we hereby call upon Rev. Wm. n. lour nnu Crow to become a candidate for central university high uuviuw " plane o re County Superintendent or Public service to such a spectability and efilcency that it M as y Voters. Schools. should be an easy matter for his" sucNarrou Escape. cessor, Lieut. Vestal, to mnintairi its On Sunday last, Jos. Francis and high standard. Socially Capt. Wymother, of" Garrard, attempted to gant and wife were" ever welcome ford Hays' Fork where that branch guest in the best homes of Madison, nrncsosthe new Menelaus and Kings and their own was one of the most ton pike, but awing to the high wat- hospitable and attractive No social ers due to tbo late rains the buggy gathering was quite complete with was turned over, the liorso broke out the gallant Captain and his beauloose, and but for the assistance of tiful lady, and their absence will be Tvho pro- noticeable hereafter. "With them to some chance spectators d draped them out, their nowtatlon in tho far West this cured aTepe popu.lar'couple carry the best TvisbW w& h tbcl-d- y itten&t, ofy. host of A ri " lUehitl " "-- The Mount Lebanon Shakers have re cently perfected an ingenious euro for dyspepsia. Their Digestiv&Cordial consists of a food already digested and a digester of foods hapidly combined. The importance of this invention will For Sale lie appreciated when we realize what a Two nice jersey cows. One with first proportion ef tho community are victims calf and the other with second. For of some form of stomach troubles. Thousfurtther Particulars call on or address. ands of pale, thin people hane little inJ. L Boon, Kingston ICy. clination to eat, and what they do eat apr7 2t causes them pain and distress. Lost This l)igeslfve:Cordial of the Shakers corrects any, stomach derangement at A ma11 hunch of keys on a heart-shape- d keyring; return to Pcstoflice and receive once. It makes thin peop'e plump. reward. Every one wih be greatly interested to J. T. Palmer. read the little book which has been placed in tho hands, cf druggist for free Notic3 to Creditors. i All persous indented to the firm or D. distribution. J.iSnnwden and D. S. "Wilcox for the mi-wof Tom Covincton for the year Castor to settle all ,c-- v '18W, are hereuy-no"Ufihlldrea COVBtl Willi X. ! -: ed IKJ-ut- Hl. large celler, finished through eas out m nne nard-woo- a Two story and half, 8 rooms, reception hall, bath room, m k Ik i Parasols aii Mrii!i;,-it- e Styles hi d Umi - fixtures, force pump, sink; stable, garden, outbuildings, shade and fruit frees, terraced lawn, well fenced, everything in good repair. and Moberley Avenue, adjoining the property kuown as the T.'S. Bronston. place. TERMS-r-ijCiisbalance in (5 and' 12. months. h, the premises, corner Third Sale at o'clock, p. m., on K The many BARGAINS that line our shelves and countershat vtq can't mention here would fill a volumciffre us a call, get our cash prices, compare them with our competitors, and we jvill do the rest. Hoping to receive an early call, We are,. Respectfully, I ISV- - D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. 9Hfl :..- & w w ' -- rcL tfwo, Ky. ?, & il ri i" m:i jjjjk fSflI)liffi7l wMMM - JL' - - It tk Q. Hi re-!. i -. , : i- - """ . i The Richmond Climax. ADVERTISING RATES. O ft I KENTUCKY Cba Latest NEWS. All H S S C " I" H 3 23 0 i SPACE. I loch 3 4 5 $ f ol U Col fn Inches. Inches. Inches. Inches. JiTol XO stock of S30.000, divided into 5100 ? ? shares. The incorporators are B i i I I I T. Martin, S. T. Haitian and J. F. : : : Jlerdman, of Ohio; G. II. Croton, Jr., of i oo ? i 50 $ J15 $ 50 J 7 oo tuoo Michigan, and Samuel li Patton, of 50 3 Jo 7 00 11 00 17 jo 17s 00 '5 J S Jackson, Ky. They will locate and 1 50 3 50 s 00 00 4 00 6 00 12 m 19 00 8 75 operate a sawmill at Jackson, on tho 3 3 jo 500 7 50 15 00 3 00 34 50 Kentucky river, and manufacture oak 40 40a 600 9001800701 60 00 for the construction a! ships and into 00 600 9 00 13 00 17 00 40 00 oo1 17 75 31 50 50 00 80 00 S 00' iz plain and quartered oak. On IPO OO Oo! OOi 12 JD 4 r S .- i 2 Commonwealth. NVvr Lumber Company. Jackson, Ky., April 5. Tho Sam Pattern Lumber Co., of this place, has been incorporated untler the laws of the state of Ohio, with a capital Nwg From Part of the 5 March 31 In tae bouse Tuesday Mr. Tborno, of Henry, Introduced n bill providing tor tattooim; tno letter "B" on the cheels ot burxlnra on the expiration of theponltentl ry: Mr. StolU an act appropriating I10 0J0 for sencrife at Lixlnitoa asylum. Mr. Grldar. act repjMlr.: prlmar election law Mr. (Jesi.). ot Warren, rose to a question of prlvtletre and denounced th4 Insinuations of as base bribery ot third district member falsehoods. The D usherty antl-l- y nchlng bill and substitutes waj made a special order for Cios-som THE LEGISLATURE. I Several New ItllU Introduced In the Homo The of It preientativja. ' Fhaisjitob Ky., 1 nextThursda . ATTORNEY Bcnnte Nil Important Ilusloess influence of the mother I It Iloas. genshapes the course of unborn FRAKonT, Ky. Ap'll i The A. and M. In the oll R9 erations goes sounding through day by ab.il woot passed1, Senator uenati Thurs28 to Oeboa voting vote all coming ages and enters the in the negative. Senator Uronston"i atAte normal school the colo-econfines of Eternity. HVt pr cent ot tae lnteret on the TZTith sauist care, therefore, atato bond was Incorporated In It. The should the Expectant Mother be senate passed Mr. tonmb, bill authortrustee-of In town guarded, and hos- great the ef- izing tho boards to elect the marshal, of the fourth rUss fort be to ward off danger and ot by popular vote. Throe succelvo Dalloti. In joint session Thursday, maklni; Jl make her life happy. "hallo's iualU l(t the situation as completely Erdind-mentallont- nt; Who Can Measure ' : ' t. U .ntutu-A.uK- i th The A. and 31. College Ulll TasseS in wii-z:- &w w -- w . 1 rt? ! VBsla'flsiBa m ia csv rsrr re nz?z rtSfCES rAlnUFXA miw wm iF7 ia s (&&(fa(fa:Ek S8 V WW WlSvSig )? gJa sg- $ 8w sC vmmm uinjmjinnjxnjxaruxr ixiruxrLrLrxinnnjin.ar Hill .- - d - i In fhe Toils M llgrf J& Ny-- Vy vy liQ - y, vg yv? vvg l&wjg1 yg yvaa T lrLitruiruiruijrvLru ruxrijinnuiruirLru'jT. u- FARRELL It, Assaulted by Jailer Wrn. 15 OT OO t w K notices 10 cents a line for firt Insert on, 5 cents a line for each additional insertion" and similar maObituaries reolution of tter . t n Jl rates. No speci6ed position. the 1. Tuesday night struck Commonwealth's p:f,Headache, Fkankfokt, Ky., April 2. Dr. Hunter Attorney Edward 1. Farrell in the . .Cramps is still three votes away from the Maplf ar. Walnut and Birds-Ey- e left eve with his fist breaking the "l C oil Tho nineteenth ballot reANNOUNCEMENT. off and Hau-scCANDIDATES attorney's glasses, knocking them eCHlOOITl 5U1I6S dX every day, and !,y"s, (I. i received nearly sulted: proves its wonderful efficacy. five families have been washed out. and badly injuring his eye. Farrell Folding-Bed- s, Mantel Beds. ( hi If. it Hunter 58, Blackburn 43. Davie 11, was a friond to Wilkersoa in his cikcitit jcdoi:. cause of the trouble is Vi always have the very latest designs. Upright The so pre- Toyle 7, Stone 1. ,'tcessitry to choice, 'i hreo hundred people have been fed . i j;.i i - rui! Ar . ' n- - by the city, Curley Birch and Mahogany. i eradicated the irritation is vt all in Ash, Oak, lioats aro plying on the caujpaiju, uuu uiu is pares the 01. There were eight pairs. ...- - and Separate T..T. rrTT is - candidate . lor .. .,. T...l the lnngs arc healed and principal btrccts. At Pinevillc tho work for him. When they met on the system that election to theonice 01 LirciuiJ' h is made The joint session adjourned after strengthened and cold leaves in this (tho Sith) Judicial District, Cumberland river is rising three feet street tonight Wilkerson askei him if easv and the time of recenrerv "tdking two more ballots without w the system as snow disappctxs Book-Cases- T s, subject to the action of the Demo- per hour. West Piucville is under he had not done iiiiu wrong in certain i Dressers, Bureaus, Secretaries, Chiffoniers, Hall Tre change. before the sunshine of spring. cratic paaty. water. Clinch and Powell rivers are details of the management of his part shortened many say stronger Fourteen republican members of the LIs an inBell's ture Moulding, Chairs, Easels, Screens, Mantel Mirrows, Center Tables, Extension T.i 'J ho attorney replied of the campaign. after than before confinement." legislature, including the seven men flooding the entire country. fallible remedy lor all lungand bronchial that he had not, and with that, it is troubles, slight or severe. All drueslsts Springs and Mattresses in designs and quality to please every one from happy littl. jnsyres safety to life Of both voting for St. John ISoylo, have exoommonwrai.th's attorney. sell It at SSc. 50c and ft.00 a bottle, or It 1'atrlurch Dead. A said, Wilkersoa struck tho blow. Far- to the cranky old maids and bachelors. will be sent upon receipt of price. ho child anpressed their determination to demand I'ISKVii.lk, Ky., April 5. William Hen. A. Oiuttoiikk directs the rell wns stunned and badly dazed, mother Tie E. E. Sataerlaad HhUcIm Ou, riaana, tj. of himself as a candiA ?t . 102 years, died at his c,i,i , Rnn,,i used "Motber's Friend" say they it caucus to nominate a new candidate . nouncement Ilelton, aged wnir.Knn ., ......u.vu r to the oflice of home on Itig Kun. Helton lived a perewill neirer be without it again. :for senator if Hunter does not show date for a drawing ack and, Attorney in this culiar life. He was never married, volver, sai he thought it would bo Ho other remedy robs confineJits ability to win by the end of the Commonwealths week. (the :Vth) Judicial District, subject uever drunk intoxicating liquors nor best to kill the attorney. The attor- ment of its pain. Louisville, Ky., April 2. Dr. Hunto thi action of the Democratic used tobacco in any way. Uo was nevney, being unarmed and at a disadthat party. er confined to his bed by illness but re- vantage after his glasses were off, "A customer vrhooo wifo ueod 'Mother's Friend, ter has told several of his leadera race 27-that if fho fo tained perfect health up to tho day of insiste that Wilkcrson ought not to saysin, and thcrohad to but throncu tho ordeal 2te will not withdraw from the were fonr bottles to be a?? FOR JUDGE MADISON COL'NTY COUHT. his death, when he passed away sudshoot, and the j.uler allowed the attor- obtniid, and the co wm ?10&00 por bottt, he for senator. His supporters say that the opposition can not secure enough would have thorn.'' GKO.LATTON,Dayton,Obio. denly and unexpectedly. ney to depirt. T herein announce myself a candisignatures to call a new republican Madison CounJ. M. (Jentry defeated Wilkerson Scrtrr Mil, mi of price. BOTTLE. Bvk. date for Judse of the caucus. Bis Sandy ICosil Kztenslon. of the MOTHERS" raill frc contalnin: Tuesday for the silver democratic nom- TO "EXPECTANT and Toluntxry testimonials. ty Court, subject to the action valuable loformauoa Gr.nnxur, Ky., April 5. Passenger ination for jailer by 109 majority. INFANT DROWNED. J)einocratse party. trains have been put on the White THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. ATLANTA. Qa. I H. Sullivan. the Chesapeake fc A Little Girl, llorrrver. flotted Sif?ly In House extension of IN SESSION. BOLD EY ALL DRUUCCISTS. the Wacon lied. At White House, a Ohio railroad. 1 VILER. Ill ck burn nnd Thnnipion Rive Their Tompkinsvjllk, Ky., April 2. Wed- Our factory on Laurel Street in FOH steamboat plying the Big Sandy, makes Testimony lleforo thn Jlrlbory Commit-tf- c nesday whilo Mr. and Mrs. Will Divid-so- n now running, anil we are Just received, fresh and new from the factories have caused many expression, f . is a cmulitlnte for connections with all trains, carrying James C. THE LEGISLATURE. and family, of near Martinsburg, prepared to fill orders for mint of the. an( wont'iei. to see such "cods sold in Richmond. Don't fail to come and see tht iu ;it. "bject to the pasngers and freight to Paintsville. Jailer of Madison count V, FiiAXKronT, Ky., March 3L The This is a great benefit to the Uig Sandy bribery investigating committee was in TheSrnate Passes Its First mil Little Ky.. were crossing tho swolcn waters of the Dnnocratic puny. little Desks, we have just received for tho ladies in Oak, Curly Birch and Malmjran . inof Ketile Creek their Iluslness Transacted in the Ilonse. is a candidate for Jailer valley, aud is a service that has long session Tuesday afternoon and heard of Richmond1 T. Fisu Fkakkfort, Ky., March :0 Senate Tho fant was drowned, and other members been needed. the testimony of several witnesses in senate parsed its first bill Monday. It was an of the family narrowly escaped the of Madison county, Mibjoct to the Democratic party. amendment to the education law and provides regard to the charge against RepreA Loc Home Afloat. action of the We are always at home and glad to see yon at any time whether you rcih V or that couitles containing cities of the second same fate. Mrs. Davidson and infant BlackPAnrcAll, Ky., April 5. A largo sentative Baird. B." UlIU to announce Very 7iepe-tfully- , "were on horseback and the rest o the to call. are authored class shall elect a county school superintendnot, xo don' I y log house, plastered and burn testified that Mr. llaird told ent Independent ot the voto of said cities, family in a wajon. The water upset the 1 Hkoaddi-- s a candidate for Jailer M had been nnd that sail bo M.idion county, nibieet to tl.c celled, floated down and lodged at him last winter that heDr. Hunter, a resident of tho superintendent otshall city. wagon and knocked the infant from of county ouUldj o! the Inland No. S, in the tennessee river, offered money to vote for of the Democratic party. action a the mother's arm. The body of the resolved was announce above Gilbertsville on the Illinois nnd this statement A. D.corroborated The senateof then whole and Itself Into an child was found on a gravel bar three committee listened to the We nre authorised of by Representative Thompson. a quantity for Jailer of address from President Jackson, ot the colormiles below the scene. When tho bed Jrsr. Cor.u a candidate to the action Central. It contains furniture. aDd the inhabitants are at The committee was instituted for po- ed state normal school, requesting a division washed from the wagon a little girl Urnnd", three gradec. We can save yon Madison county, .subject will litical purposes, and its object has be- of the Interest pild by the state to the A. and remained iu it. When a farmer saw nionev. Send us a trinl order; jonEspea loss to know whence it came. Ik; glad with of the Democratic partj. come so plain th it the investigation is M. college on the J'C'j.OUD bonds realized from, her floating down the creek he plunged cially pleabed to our products. hear iroin country nier- Xo action trjto of Murphy's Kttnte Sard. n )t likely to have any effect on the the sale billland scrip up again Tuesiay. taken into the rushing waters, an 1 he be- i chants. will corns and the Lexington, Ky., April 5. The Chi- senatorial election. KOK SUIT. I'UIILlC ISSTKVrriON. Horse In the house of representatives the came so near exhausted in trying to cago Uacing association has brought Ross, White bill toprOTldo stenographers for the judges or rescue the child that he had to be M its. John Williamson i.s a cancolTiie LoaUvllle ltmolmll Teism. suit against the estate of tho late the court ot oppcals took up tho whole sesInA new lise of Ccffins and Caskets just from the Factory rnfl several new designs. taken out almost drowned. Other parfor Superintendent 1 uhlicsub- ored jockey, Isaac B. Murphy, for 0 didate Lonsvu.i.E, Ky.. JIaroh 3L Tho sion, and It was finally recommended to tho 49 HiciiMoxn, Ky. i ties rescued the liitlc girl. struction for MadiMin county, entrance money in 1S04. Although Louisville Baseball club returned Tues- Judiciary committee. ject to the action or the Democratic not generally known, after the debts day evening from West lladen, Ind. STRANGE INCIDENT. RAIDERS THREATS. party. of the famous jockey were paid little Uhe men are in fine condition. SaturBO YEARS' day an exhibition series will be opened Tollgatcs Must Go, No Rich Man Will A Horse Attnrhed m It Win Ketnrnln? of the large estate remained. EXPERIENCE. . From h Ct mrtery. Be Permitted to Kalse Tobacco The FOR SCl'EKINTKNDKNT OK l'UELIC on the home grounds with Detroit. An Er for an Ky-- . JficiiOLASviLLK, .Price of Flour. Ky., April 2. As vsz HjS x?i wiPsas sssjy schools. Hopkin'SVIIxk, Ky., April 5 Sam Most of the men are now in condition 30. of Harrodsuuho, Ky., carried tho LJit week we merely called ir alt' ;.- for Wells and Oeorge Foster became in- to play ball. The pitchers aro in good threat to dynamite theMarch of The the hearse which colored girl, body the J. W. Wareksofis a candidate or homes the Itetsy Carter, a to shape, but have not yet pitched but a .School .tinll to our U'le r! Puld'c volved in a dispute over some trivial Superintendent and directors of the Cornish-vill- e the couiity.siibjfet to the action matter, near this city, when the latter 1, w innings. The infield aud outfield president has caused the gates on the cemetery and the hack bjaringMain EE PATS THE pike chief mourners were driving up punched out one of Well eyes and ae iu fine form. All the players havo road to be thrown open. of the Democratic party. afreet back from the graveyard, two TRADE MARKS, Wells bit off one of his opponent's signed and are enthusiastic It is also said that a notice was post- deputy sheriffs stepped out into the DESICNS, ears. Foster also received fatal inKentucky Itarijlnrs to He Tattooed. ed on the mill at Cornishville giving street and stopped them. The deputies COPYRICHTS Ac. yOU CLEKK MADISON CIKCIUT COUHT. Anyone sending a rketch and description may ternal injuries. Fkankfokt, Ky., March 31. In the warning that flour must not be sold at levie 1 on the vehicles, which it was quickly ascertain, free, nbetber an Inrentic n la S. H. Tiioni'E, Jit., incumbent, is Mm, probably patentable. Communications strictly Tuesday morning Representaover S2 per 103 pounds. Tho mill is thought belonged to James Durham. . . . YOU PAY FOR THE . . house tb Vrons confidential. Oldest acency for seciirtnit patents a candidate for Clerk of th Madison Bt'TLKlt. Ky., April5 Join Murphy, Stoll introduced a bill providing and Durham denied owning the-la America. We hare a Wasbinzton office. Circuit Court, subject to the action Lindsay Murphy an.i Albert Moore got tive persons eonvicted ot the crime of owned by a corporation. sun.liiny days tho Latitc f.iii i.i li. Tlit't Patents taken through Munn A Co. reoelra A gentleman from Anderson county while the matter was being investithat pedal notice In the of the Democratic party. nnd lnari-l- i to Store to inpet--t tho vari-- l says that a large number of tobacco gated they were driven away to Lexinto a fight over an old grn Ig. John I urglary shall, in addition to the penXov'ltH"s. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, Murphy shot at Moore, the ball strik- alty now provided, before being re- beds have been destroyed and notices ington. The stranire incident attracted K to tell tiie Lndie-- t that cheeks, largo It beanUfullr Illustrated, lnnreit circulation of KOll COINTY CT.BKIv. ing his brother Lindsiy in the arm. leased have tattooed on each cheek the left that no rich man would be per- a larjc crowd, and the mourners werj nnr scientllc Journal, weekly. terms I30J1 a rear; small, are all the rago. Evory one can have a cheek -- nr r- fLSOstz month". Specimen copies and liAND Several shots were exchanged. Moore letter "15" in such manner as not to be mitted to raise any tobacco. detained for some time. authorized to annou-ie"We are Book, on Patents sent free. Addrets or at least a check suit, or at Iea.t a chock skirt, as tho NO. 5 SECOND STREET. made his escape. It is thought he was hidden from view by any beard tho J.miv F. "VnrrBn candidate to ranpes in price from .''Jo a yard to $(! a suit. MUNN &. CO., Girl' TSrothor Shoots Her Lover. GREAT DAMAGE of MadNon also wounded. convict may thereafter be ablo to himself as Clerk 3C1 IJrondrrni, Nevr York. The popularity of tho Scotch "The Bonnie Br. Xiciiolasville, Ky., March 30. RICHMOND. KY. grow. rhonP.No. 3. County Court, subject to the action 7 has j;iven li1 these !"utiful Scotch PIaii :i. Intercollecjlite Contfat. the Gill and John Johnson met IVrousht in hy a Vlclnltr or Fulton. Ky., Samuel of the'Dcinoeratic party. I'robsble. A Lengthy V'Atrriour. Lexington, Ky., April 5. At a meetCheck. and "Drumlochty" Pluid - the newest and n Ky., March 31. The near the homo of the former in tho FnANKFonx, hut there are Covorts, Etamines and Tinsel Fui.tox Ky , April 2. A waterspout We are nutJiorix-- il to announce ing of the Intercollegiate Declamatory lower part of this county, and a the Novelttes. and an increasing demand for K. M1DDLUT..X a. candidate association here it was decided to hold members of the senatorial factions en- shooting scrape, in which 15 shots Thiirslay night ran stream? up higher k. II. colors; so the female population need not be dresfet! f County Clork of M rtlison, subject the first contest at this place May 7. tered the joint session Tuesday with were fired, ensued. Johnson was shot than eer known before, and did imuniform. to thoictfonof the linoc.atic party. Kentucky Wesleyan, Kentucky uni- the conviction that a long siege was in in the left eye, in the face and left measurable dimae through nit this Blade Goods receive our closest attention; new versity and the State college and Cen- Iront of them. The Hunter people had hand. The trouble originated some locility. Every bri Ige in this cojnty wciv", host hlneks. determined on a continuous ballot, timo since over Johnson going to see was swept away, and thi water is tral university are represented in the A lioautiful Wool (ironadine at "iOe per yard. J'OK SUERIIT. standing two feet deep in roads that end the democrats and bolting association. Ktainiiio ("iotli in Illack and Navy will make a !r Gill's sister, Cecelia. He was ordered have heretofore bjen high and dry in anticipating this, acquiesced to stay away from the Gill home, and II. IT. Colykh is n candidate for A I.fl!rrr at Itoiz. that u ill not liiu or or catch the dirt." nil raises. Many of the trestles county, subject Sheriir of Mndi-o- n Wo turn from this department to tho Matfiei.d, Ky., April 5. The store and offered no opposition. became angry at Sam as being respon- on the Chattanooga Nashville, to .the action or the Democratic of J. C Carney, at Bonz, this county, llrtiwnlnc;. Nirrnw y sible for tho edict. The above facts and St. Lou s railroa I were carried rVinaWtAC lAo t"L !ssuf tlr d party. Irvine, Ky., March 31. While nas broken into and robbed of a var,. AmwtstHwH V!- - K were gleaned from an interview with r- was getting into his skiff on Gill Monday, and he claims Johnson away by the water, and trafliu is susOootls are Scotch Lappetts in solid colors ami fancy; hands l'otts quantity of boots, shoes, clothing, w ith Satin stripei. Linen Laivn. making as foil 3d CPssplrt-linpended until repairs ctn be ma lo beAc knives, razors and jewelry. Tho tae Kentucky river, he fell into the had threatened his life. I'OIt OUNTY ASSKSsOIt. of Dress Goods as eer s.iowh by this house. Bear in saisd we hartr t'n tween here and Union Citv. Tenn. water and was washed into the head Trimmings to suit every one ot them, ami Laces, Bhreierisad Ibbbon C. Millkk is a candidate burglars have not yet baen captured, r . James water between the booms, and would Ai tu A Ij iiriiineiit. SENATOR JAMES for Assessor of Madison county, sub- and it is supposed they were tramps. COTTONS AND SHEETINGS. FitAXKFor.T, Ky., March SJ. Thescs-sio- n havj drowned but for the assistance of Waterspout in Marjlinll Conntj". ject to the action of the Democratic Tyler la Assaulted by Sercennt-nt-Arpresent and futnre wants. This is the period or seh staples wfca east and alwill stand adjourned under the party. Benton, Ky., April 5. News reached two citizens who dragged him out the Senate Cliambrr. valne are not so chely conHlered as uea, and fr sveiK rhoppna know can adgovernor's call May 21, but most unconscious. it and take advantage ot it. The goods we carry are sisAAusl, hest hrasda. here of a waterspout a few miles Fhankfort, Ky., April I. A fight journ sooner by agreementit of both We are authorized to announce New Spring Hosiery ami Underwear. Tislk tu Frnr of Itri'cklnrldire. promcity. occurred in the senate chamber WedJohn W. Mookk as a candidate for southwest of the lost allSeveral fences Ky., March 31. It was nesday morning between Senator A. D. houses. Fkankfort, the As...or of Mailison county, subject inent farmers farms. Other property said Tuesday night tho sound money James and Sergeant-at-Arm- s Fall. Loulxvlllc Dry CJoixM llob to the action of the Republican party. around their Louisville, Ky., March 30. J. S. & democrats are grooming a movement Tyler. was seriously damaged. We are authorized to announce Whittinghill, dealers in dry in favor of Col. W. C 1'. Ureckinridgo Just before 11 o'clock Representative H. T. assigned Monday, assets estiItnrn llurnod. A .1. I.koaddus a candidate Violett walked into the senate goods, at 55,000, with liabilities of to the Asso-mi- ". Ky , April 3. Wm. as a compromise candidate for senator. nARr.onsnuno, subject Desha Breckinridge is here and some chamber with a heavy loaded cane and mated King's new barn, containing provenS40.000. . . txas action of the Democratic party. of Ilrecktnridge's friends think he has approached Senator James about an We are authorized to ami nine" T. der, binders and reapers and farming a chance. article in a Louisville morning paper Xo Smnlipox In the lenltentlary. C. CuuKYn candidate for Assessor utensils and five horses, was destroyDepositor AVI1I lie I'alil In Full. stating that James had told Tyler that The FnAXKFORT, Ky., March 30. county, subject to the ac- ed by fire. Loss, $1,000. Xo insurof Madison Newport, Ky., March 31. Rsceiver Violett had not kept his word in fail- special ance. committee appointed by the tion or the Democratic party. National bank of ing to vote for Hunter. Wilshire of tho First of the house reported Monday Mnrderer which was closed made this state- speaker 'Is true were no new cases Matfield, Ky., April 5 Will Keel- this city, announces that on several ment?"it askedthat ThursViolett, in a voice that morning that therepenitentiary. weeks ago, FOH CITY ATTOHNEY. of smallpox in the ing, charged with ki'ling Jim Spice at April 1. ho would pay all deposhe was very angry. told that day, We are authorized to annouivf b. picnic here in 1893. surrendered and itors in full, the directors having "I did not tell Tyler," replied James. Clay a candidate for the was locked up. Ho said that he was raised the necessary S'JOO.OOO. Gurks THE MARKETS. Tyler was on hand, and rushed up sc City Attorney, of Richmond. tired of hiding. oTice of a aaaaaaseesasesssaaeasaseiBeececeesesac and declared he had done so, and Itiildrra Still at Wurk. Ky., subject to the action of the ClSCIS!ATL April 1 The F,ood Uiicovrra a Myatry. Lexington, Ky., March 31. Turn-nik- e struck James blows in the breast and mch3Im .v FLOVR Sprlnc fancy. t.733.lD. sprmc; Democratic party. WA..... .....Va Dexter, Mo., April 5. The heavy family. HUoaiTO: prin patent. $13054 70: raiders are still at work in Gar .v .. We are authorized to announce J. rise in the fat. Francis river in Dunkwas a little staggered, but winter patent. tIMatTu: fjney, HI0jl30; county, in spite of the fact that .,ot9 SSI. for extra. H.T5ia) lowgrada. Talbot Jackson as a candidateKy.. lin county has unearthed the remains rard . eas for their apprehension stepped back and reached as if to get family. t3.3Sil 65.nortnwenern, 2 5V3i70; do rewards rye, 115042.70 City Attorney, of Richmond, a of P. F. Arncy, a young man who disto SO.O03. Four more gates his gun. 'Jylerwas caught hy Toney Slty. fi55iJ17J. Mioject to the action of tho Demo- appeared about six weeks ago, and amount Carroll and other bystanders, James wn eat Sales: Sample red. track. 83c: No. have been cratic pai ty. . was also restrained, and for a few I red. E9c. EOc. and 11 ntr hn. 6 far SS. whose whereabouts have been a mysOss... Jade Jrvrelt li Dmil. tin-oJapanese Pile Ointment. 25 antj Corn Sales: Yellow e r, track, 25c; No. 2 minutes excitement was high. tery. The skull is crushed, the breast ccO ooe. per doi. japineso Liter Lexington, Ky., March 31. Judge .Just opened on Second FOH COHONEH. Fkaxkfoiit, Ky., April 1. Capt. llob mixed, :5c filled with buckshot and the body Pellets, 60 Dills. 25c. ..tSV R. Jewell, who originated the Oats Sales: Kepctcd white. 18e. ! a jp" g&$ TFHI cure all kind of Piles. Why saOTer with this terr ibis disease? Tf cl to written mutilated with a knife. Arncy came James saying, "politics is hell," died Tyler and Senator James, who had a "W are authorized to announce G. CATTLr Fair to good shtppr. -- .ted famous piarantcn with O 1.0o boxM, tci rrnn.l thn money If not curel. Slailrd to any Mft cloak personal encounter in the a kSreet at the stand cood to caolce butchers', aou recelvt of price. 1 jo J.)inoo t'llo Cure Company, bt. O. Dnziiiit a candidate for Coroner, to this section from Eminence, Ind. Minn, ..eO street, opposite room Wednesday morning, senatesettled exports. t63(a0D. medium butchers', S3.15& at his room on Main r.15H10; fair to have sabject to the action of the DemoOwnff, thn ItistHl Do. sae the Phoenix hotel, Tuesday morning at their difficulty. Dr. James sent a pa- J73. common, lioOjJS 01 v c ntlj occupied by T. iSTSold hy W. G. White, Drttggpst, Richmond, Ky. cratic party. Chicago, April 5. SupL Troy, of tho six o'clock. J4 1034.15: select Hogs cific message to Tyler and subsequent- butchers', belect shippers. to gocd packers', H0531. " Chicago district railway mail service, A. Chenault. AW rood.-To Shut Out Cincinnati. ly called upon him at his room and Si83fj4.05. Mr to good Kstit, 13 954 10; com. has issued an order which prohibits Ky., March 31. Local came to a satisfactory understanding V LonsviLLE. mon and rouzhs. J12". i3.8i -- s, WnW X Owney, the postal dog, from traveling hcep Market steadr. Sheep and Lamus are pushing a project to re- with him. W. A V A .new ami sold as low in postal cars in the states included in breweries Extras. 4 53.00. cood to choice. (.::& t3 quire a license, of SI, 500 for eaeh out0 aLambs AN OATHBOUND $ ',- -' his district. This order will probably I7i; common to lair. ti751.00L i V7A ,anv in the market for i side brewery firm in order to shut out 39 Extras. $i7j'S5.83: good ta choice, SkU0i63; of this celebrated wind up the career Indianapolis competi- organization to Demolish thesTarnplkes Cincinnati and common to falr.Jl oo 4 "i '.CASH. . dog. He has been around the world, In Knntncky. VEAr. Calves Fair to good light. SI SOS r-- a and has traveled thousands of miles in tion. t5.2525.53, common and Urge, . Vallkwikw, Ky., April 1. A gen- b 00. extras, In Itrsathitt County. Mnrdrr 00. postal cars in the last 13 years. -sat Frankfort, Ky., March 31. Gray tleman who arrived hero Wednesday J250S4 Unwnshed flne merino. 10311c per Wool A Sulllnt: SklfT Cupozed. clothlnj, 13 .J He: medium: d Paddis shot and killed Webb Little at from Stanford says the Lincoln county aBuffalo, N. Y., April 5. A sailing the mouth of Troublesome creek in turnpike raiders have organized and lbr Wl I delaine and clotting. ijiu,ho; oraiu. u&imi; at ..oS3 skiff capsized in the Niagara river Satnotified the authorities that they medium combing. I4&15C Wasned, flno CUUEC0HSTIPATI0H county. Breathitt 12c. medium clothing 15a -ore going to have free turnpikes merino X to XX. 15ai6c. long combln?. 1J?J urday night, and Thomas Dowd, aged S3 16c: delaine fleece. ...:a a 23, and Edward Bowling, 39 years old, Tun Dry Fork railroad, in Tucker smoothly if they can, but with dyna- 17c: quarter-bloo-d and low. UiJHc: commoa 6iiHlli.lJ'g.Ji-JIL.l:- g ALL aoa Ve have no books andN . y were drowned. James O'llara, the county, has a large force of men at mite If they must They claim to have coarse, l.''a,13c. k ssbsiS choice, lBx -..39 DRUGGISTS 23 SO MiFnll 9 lhicago. April 3. third occupant of the boat, was work on each en i of its road, and it is 707 oathbound raiders, 7 recruiting of69 Jc: May,70,SC July.63J'o: rlL f a can therelore sell at J ABSOLUTELY GDARA5T EEI) J? !?.tf Vf LIV riuiwi fe!1 thought will have its trains running ia ficers, 7 captains, 14 spies and a s j H4IUI4U IWU1I iiiia in in Kipi iit,H a.'. nder-in-chief who is not afraid to September. 68S63hc 24c: May. 21i524Jic; jpioana uootietlrce. Ad. MKKL1AO HESIKlil Ul.. thlraro. Jloatreil. Can..orArir lork. si:. two or three weeks. Coun April. 2 Lowest Prices for Cash lead. At a secret meeting Monday July, 23 Septeoibsr. CJ3. t S wt Gnrrnril .VllcatcH Destroyed. Oats April. lBJJs: M y, 17Jie: July. 18c: anight a vote was carried to demolish -a All goods fresh from Lancaster, Ky., March 30. Four a number of the principal gates in the September. 18Jc, .ss) Niw York. April 3. ..ea &k tollgates in. Gerrard county were de- county. Much excitement prevails and .C90 July, 2 red. May. 77K i77 -the cilv anu a. new 6" Sunday night by a mob of ISO guards have been put on duty at tho 70 Wheat No, September. 73,'ja7JWs. stroyed v a J7JJo. S3 a masked men. They threatened tho various tollgates. Coka Xa i. jlay. 3JjfJl3. July. 3173: -e a supply received dailv. September. 31c. with death o directors and a " OR. GARDINER. Oats Webtern.i:iG30c: May. 2ic. Cs if any more toll was collected and in, Pittsuougu. April 3. CHENAULT & CO, A noted mechanical expert said sisted that thev meant inst what was A Change In the Superlntendency nf the -.. Cattle Prime. t4.SOab.00. good. 00; didn't know the recently : y said. Armed regulators are scouring Ilopklnsvllle Asylum. tidy fair. e3 !)&l bulls. .S3 qucen a. crescent used hard coal that section of the country in search ! HoPKiifsviLLE, Ky April 1. Dr. stags nnd com, iLdJ&Lo.). Iresh cows ana a-ao.: theirengines." Hesawonly white 9 of the raiders. No tolls are being colGardiner, of Madisonville, who was re- springer. i:0&10. 1 1.23313): best -- .S3 Ilocs -lected in Mercer county and the raid- cently appointed hy Gov. "Bradley to Yorkers. Prime medium. J.104.2J; pigs, Has Hoke, for the road uses all modern 81.2024 25; heavy, Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace .SO ers threaten to destroy all the gates succeed T)r. 15. F. Letcher as superin$ I f3 '0.1.00. appliances for avoiding the nuisance yz-&- z V." choice) ; Ohtofed westerns. Si Marblo and Tiling of the Finest Quality. dynamite. western lunatic asySnEP with '.'fl tendent of the Halls and Entrance ar of smoke, dust and cinders. The (air, 00: good. lum, near this city, is" expected natives, tl 81(25 !3.2j()4.0 k(16034.75:lambs. H 23 dead Thousands of women are cant-u(5.75 cnoiC3 Q4b0: common. v Wife's Death Crazed II im. 9 on the shores of life because of their own iWVSi'svisviVssvissisriswsiisiasivssisisivw to be here Thursday to take charge-o- f 6.00. .common to good, i4.5Jt33.GQ. 20D0 Yartls of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors ignorance or neglect. No woman can be Louisville, Ky., March 30 Sam that institution, notwithstanding Calves 4.5)jj 5. oa free from pain, or safe from the Ilotopp. overburdened with grief at - - - Or ISEIMHIUMS, PAIII.HRS ANM) Hl'PKR HALLS. - - breakers of death, who neglects to the death of his wife, committed sui- rumors to tho effeef that'he would yet Is the only line running solid take proper care of the organs that con- cide Monday hy shooting at his home, decline the appointment- should BradA woman who steam-heatestitute her womanhood. ley he elected to the senate. It is Dr. Beautifully Dzcorted and Bril Ho placed 0ffice3 and Qining-Roo- m will be sickly, 1412 West Green street. neglects her womanly-sel- f Letcher's intention to return to his trains to the South. apnervous, and fretful, and the pistol in his month and blew out old home in Henderson and resume Standard day coaches (with smok- proaching maternity will be a menace of the his brains. Ilotopp was a saloonliantly Lighted have just opened on First Street, in the in a few is ing rooms and lavatories), Pullman graye. Itandeasy for a woman to avoid this keeper. Ills wife was buried Satur- his practice of medicine Gardiner'sdays, Caperton Buildinp;, a desuffering danger. no matter what Dr. drawing room sleepers, elegant Wise women know that Dr. Pierce's Fa- day, and grief over her death prohably cision may he. Its Equipments tbroughotit nre without a Superior in the South, rate of vorite Prescription is a marvelous remedy deranged his mind, though he ap cafe, parlor and observation cars. Ureckinridgo Pleads Innocanc. a woman's life peared as usual Monday and made dis Charges Considered The QuEEri & CRESCENT RpUTE for those troubles that make NicnoLASviLT.r., Ky., April 1. Col runs lullTcquippcd trains lrom Cincinthe trinketS le" ivCSCraerhoodnwiih POs!Von ? Breckinridge, who has been here for nati to Chattanooga, Ilinningham, New coveryof an eminent and skillful specialist. by his wife. Orleans, Atlanta and Jacksonville, with And will keep on hand t i tho last two days in an Important wilL through sleepers A1m through sleep- Dr. R. V. Pierce, for thirty years chief conTfC Thnlntercollcclnto Oratorical Content. what he ing cars Cincinnati to Knoxvillr, suit, was risked Wednesday sulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and best quality of Fresh Columbia and Savannah, and from Surzical Institute, Lexixgtow, Ky., March 3a Tho thought of the reported plan at Frankliavo Been Excendod in This Hecent Improvement. Buffalo. N. Y. Over Louisville to Chattanooga without cjOjOoo women haveattestified to the almost rumor Gordon, who is to fort to elect him. senator. that vounir Dried Meats, at reason-'- v Tho change A;V for tickets over the Q. & C miraculous action of this wonderful remedy. represent Central university in tho in- -. colonel W C. Kinearson. General Passenger replied that ho knew Agent, Cinciaati, O. works directly on the organs distinctly tercollejrlato oratorical contest next prices. It Ts Mi,ldui ll,am errftnrf qtin a a nothing of i except whnt ho healthy. Jt cures all weakness and disease. Friday night, is related to two of the had seen in tho papers, out did not Scott Miller, J?., Mmger. bleats delivered promptly. It prepares for wifehood and motherhood. judges selected to award the honors, think that the lightulngyould strike oa.oya neaitn ana maces its adjt insures and nearly painless. DnigBists has created, much dissatisfaction in ,him. IIo had no opinion to give on Youl Patronage solicited. vent easy college circles, and tho committee has tha, probable outcome, of the present sell it. .Nothing else is "just as good." f meet again and. set complications at Frankfortx Tho I been re fines ted to Mrs. G. A. Connor, of Alleghany Spring, MontTHE GnraTCST dboT MJD gomery Co.. Va.. writes: My daughter, aged 15 tle tne matter. t proposition to elect mm Unas, many DR.. -Discovery or vears, had a goitre coming on her neck and itr 4j EverythlBR for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. . ? 'followers THE AQCJ 'fiynred her very ranch. I am hapw to say tix:..i- lr Main (INJECTION. I stock jsf Ornamental and Frait Trees, Full OOrlglaca mchM-t- f it it tor Uio ipenrcri after the use of one botinmossibic. FBAKKroirr, Ky., March 30. A.clpse Cares In 1 to 4 dys.' Basis EUNYROYHL H S i u sWj onrt. ! of Lr, . icio, raorile Prcscriplioa.M Grape Tines, Aaparagtis i.and Small Frnlte.-"W-e (Opposite Glyndon.) . 6DlB0 q L A AAOlAlira Bfftwtt&klw i rv. employ bo agents, but Bell at .living prices - Ad lnrt red. Insane. J W. Dr Tiirce's Common Sense Medical Ad- menu 01 uor, xruiuy states inst mo nlwars ntlabla and esMrtsdlaveet oefest,kns direct; English. Contains in 8 0tt3k Boot , cba AfltehlCMM twaT s astrter Dr. Bast's March ln8e Country Produce Bought and viser isand plain wo illustrations." If 1,008. tor.bKLa Wieve Jlbaf the ssmiisHmh FmmjTtrtA Farmul FtllailTber iwkt pagesyo over riwbiTyBd gotwrtl CaUlogiiesB f Cntwfonl eottB f&n ftad nsvr lAtaea ;arees(l9ts send Hione-- tion ofBuur wonhl daatror 'the rtv"" want, a copy,- Imssi am. xcaS est ftaRS???'-. WUeen; tjdi Hot promiaest cover wi cow oi:mim ccacMMBp,' - te c vs. si. nabsusa. n . - .i HalM - I. h BJlUNitia, Highest Cash. Market e0y, to m to INMctuMry IMiot w lVwrOitime t "WtaMa am fcdjtuW iaatw ADTAMCS. pccr BOW isllssTll m sTM : I " ssks lirTlinflTT "' ' HI t tcrffMMUf w J. niimiv.uH w. ' .'. kSSSEEmZmSS Tiis.i(,srt,MI tt Tl f ,. m tbc j. jaay t. jti ts&ir i"jas; ih j jl ' T, . 3 j HHlnsHHBSsssssWBllssssssv "' fllsfMtiiSafvir '4-- i The Flood at Mldtllesboro. Mmni.EsnoRO, Ky., April 5. This town is again flooded. The water is four inches higher than in the flood five weeks ago. Most of the stores on Cumberland avenuo are flooded. Sixty-- Lhxinoton. Ky., March 31. Jailer Wm. B. Wilkerson, who was defeated for renomination in Monday's primary, Islington. IVIlkerson at 'Mother's Friend" illlays saWSaWP-VaSBre-lieir- es tangled as It vras ten days ago. Kach of tho three ballots resulted. Hunter 58, Blackburn 43, Davie II. Horlo T. importance transacted LACKS Stone 1. No business of In tho housa. of a cough a hacking, racking, rasping cough that irritates the lungs and leads to dire results. It is in such cases that DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey To brinf the monej- - saving- public to our store. A telling attack on values. Ch;tj ness unlooked for even by the most exacting-- Our constant endeavor to puh tl quality up and crowd the price down brings the knowing shopper here and mak. this the . THREE VOTES. A i'or-w- I The Kntnckr Dentlock Cnntlnn New Candidate Hay Ho Ilrnujlit r p. tisiest Furniture Store In Central Kentucfo 'iaa p&am&&&mm, scna-torshi- a, .it and all PrtrPC l IllSb I 1W"i' w cd Bed-Stead- s, Chjld-Eirt- Side-Board- -. Ilfll-Coan- ty jt hse -- n-- ? -- 1 1 Our 1 2C line of Rockers 'Vt SUPPLY THE TRADE Rich-iiioiil"- N So-- 24 Him, Oak, Curly Birch, Mahogany and Willow is v n "Fri "hi? 1 or two-stor- 1. li Ly fail '' mi 0 Buchanan Big&erstaff. .... S,-00- -- FREIGHT. DRINKS. t iSMs Ira ffy bJ ... sPEiie miss tin-City e: . tiM-l- e :". e n..-teri- uc-c-- ed 29-2- i- .'!'!-amo- I . repub-l.can- s, EriJ Dil-lar- WASH GOODS 1 i . ot liri-Lance JFf&lSX - M j. 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E. Luxon . -- Ji - 30,i-Lo?i- applt-cUt- ie "gHwM tiu, j-- -- ', : - -- J- x sssssssssVssXKlss fsjiisBsBF---- i -- M b- - TwJ ,-- SslksssksstMsMBssUaT - . iwMf 'I THE CLIMAX, 'v. 5 IN I ".