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Personal Ambitions Must Be Repressed and Suppressed. from the colums of the JessaLexington Obsever:! KENTUCKY, "WEDNESDAY, Mikado By Home Tabnt. jfilr APRIL 14, 1897. NUMBER 4 tJm - We wish to caution nil users of Simmons Livr Regulator on a subject of the deepest mt-r- t anil importance to their health their The sole proprietors id makers of Simmons Liver Regulator S irn i.sl cuto'ners are often deceived by ivn.' a h! taking some medicine of a t & appearance or taste, believing it to e Simmon Liver Regulator. We warn ni hat unless I lie word Regulator is on e parkage or bottle, that it is not Simmons Liter Regulator. No one else makes, or .ertus made Simmons Liver Regulator, or anything called Simmons Liver Regulator, but J H Zeilin & Co , and no medicine made bv anyone e ae is the same. , We alone can put II up and we cannot be responsible, if other medicines represented as the same do nut heh you as you are led to expect they will Bear this fact ell in mind, if you have ijeen in the habit of using a medicine which you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator, because the name was somewhat like U and the package did not have the word Jjlegulator on it, you have been imposed Vpon and have not been taking Simmons Liver Regulator at all. The Regulator has lavorably known for many years, and a'l who use it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation Headache Djpepsia, and all disorders arising from a Diseased Liver. We ask you to look for yourselves, and see that Simmons Liver Regulator, which you can readilv distinguish by the Red Z on wrapper, ana by our name, is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. J. II. ZEILIN & CO. Take p 11ARMING. Iis. Items culled mine Journal for the delectation of readers of the Climax. & - All is not as harmonious within the Republican ranks in Jessamine as would seem. But Mien the Republican party may frcralch nnd fight like hoodlooms, but at the ballot box they vote as one. In this one item the Democrats miht learn a profitable lesbon. Twnyounjr men at Monticello, Ky., died from li inkinc too many "hot drops" which is NjolU'ti j;i en children in rase of coughing. A patent has been invented by an Ohio man in which a residence can be kept cool in summer by radiators as well as Lot in winter. Now for an invention to make ice cream out of cold air. A lady in Delaware sues her husband fur a divorce, because during a thunder A new society has just been started in storm he ran to the cellar. The paper did'nt state whether the storm was brew Brooklyn, the members of which will not in;: from the inside or outside of the be permitted to mention a or a house. without paying a fine. "This organization," says the j The municipnl government of Louis- New York Advertiser ' is the idea of a ville which is under control of the Re- vounglady, who, while eligible to be publicans for the firbt time in the history long to the Daughters of tl eltevovutiun, and even to the Colonial Dames, is heartiof the party has been found Simmons Liver Ilegulalor. eore by the grand jury and rotten to the ly weaiy of hearing about genealogical indictments brought against several of the cotineil-mei- i. trees. It is a sentiment many othe-hcaPROFESSIONAL CARDS. And jet Kentucky was under a share, and the pi cent talk about ancesDemocratic administration for ovcrthirty try w ill be purified by some such anti311S MIL' KKU (JUL1IKN. v ears, and so far Governor Dradley has dote, if it cannot be cured. The name chosen for this new departure is the Parfailed to find any corruptness venu Society, and its badge, a mush loom, .STEXOGRAPIIER AXD with ''She cometh up as a flower' for the TYPEWRITER. A wnnon belonging to R. II. Sageser motto. Individuals with a taste for old RICHMOND, KKNTUCKY. heavily loaded with from Lex- silver and a conviction that they are desington, broke down on Main Street jS?ijfi& adjoining A .11 Burnam'' t. cendant from venerable English stock iiHirniniii front if Hotel Nicholas. need not apply for admission. Of course, e Apples rolled out upon tue ground, if members have grand-parenATTOHITSYS. living, it was scatleied about and an old dar- will not be laid up against them, but key exclaimed: "Thank God, de days of these relatives f IV. MILLER, mut bespoken of or alprosperity am comin'." 15ut when the luded to with the utmost discretion." ATronj. apples and cabbage were being put back Kentucky. Richmond, The famous saddle stallions Black into the barrels, thesamedatkey remarkOffice in the Burnam Building, next door to ed. "Dem cabbage is jet like de Re- Squirrel and Montrose were bred in feb3-l- y Fanner's National Bank. publican party, wont recnize a nitrg.ih Kentucky and brought to Missouri when about seven years old. After cepin he'.s got de money." C. F. BURVAM. srending the best part of their lives in W. S. 110BEELEY. RURNAM a MOBBRLEY. Audiaiu and Boone counties they were The article written fioni Nichola-jvillsold back to Kentucky and are now Attobveys-at-Launder date of March 13, to "lhe Standard" published at Lexington, - one of owned by J. W Garrett, of Ft. Garrett. RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. the mobt malicious and cowardly ever Kentucky. Roth are totally 'ilind but Office in Burnim Building, recently occuTheir ser0 sent to a newspaper. In the first place aie still active and useful. pied by A. K. Burnam. the man who wrote it did not have the vice fee ibSIOOO to insure a mare in foal .. STTZ-.XJZ7".imanhood to sign his name to it, and an- and their book is Usually filled before other thing there is not a symbol of the season begins. Some of the most truth in the whole article. It speaks of valuable horses in Boone and Audrain A TTO K.S E Y- W, Nifholasville as being the '"meanest, counties earn the blood of these great - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, toughest and most confounded town up- stallions. Columbia (M0..1 Herald. Montrose latelvdied. Olli.-over T.u lorV Hardware store, on the heni!rphere." Another falsehood, Court IIoiie, on Main Street. and if the writer a5 held under the The efforts to establish a Democratic town pump and given a good bath as he daily paper in Louisville seem to be II. 15. HOGG. no doubt badly needs he would then meeting with succe-- s and the first issue LA II'. ATTORNEY AT pcihaps think better of us as a people. is expected to appear about the middle Kentucky. JIiriiMoxi), of April. 15. A. Knloe, of NsoliviH, is to Mrs. Liliie L. Eean's Musical be the editor and .Allen R. Carter, of 0 Office No. 13 Firt St.. up stairs. Louisville, the business manager. Mr. at Jackscn. Carter is a good busines man and can be GRANT E. LILLY, looked to push the enterprise along sucFriends of Mrs. Lillio Logan Keane A TTORNXY-T LA II', cessfully. Mr. Enloo is one of the leadwill be pleaed to hear of the success she Kentucky. ia achieving at Jackson Collegiate Insi-tut- ing men of the "iith, representing the Richmond, Nashville dibtrict in congress three terms Of a musical gave last week the where he took first rank from tne beginOffice S. W. corner Mam and Second Hustler 6avs: ning. (street a man of nerve up stairs. Will practice in sill 'The parlor and music hall of J. C. I. and theHe is paper under h;s and ability the courts of Mailiton and new editorship were filled to their utmost capacity on counlie- - anil Court of Appeals. will be the leading paper of the south. last Monday evening, the 01 cation being Me-srthe thiid of a seiics of Musical Itecita's J C & D M CIIHXAULT. Crawford Bro.. of Lebanon, given by the efficient teacher in that de- Ky., report to the Enterprise some good .4 TTORNEYS A T LA IP, partment, Mrs. L. L. Keane, and her Jersey milk and butter yields. They it Kkn'tucky. class. Riciim.isii, fifteen cows aud heifers made an avwill be seen by the frequent ap- erage during the year ISOGof 36j pounds Office on Second street, over Chen-ault'- s. pearance of her name 011 the program of butter. They further ndd: We have a "iwerv. that Jnckbon enjovb a musical prodigy in little cow which has been in milk 250 the n.noii of Miss l'eirl Keen, fehe davs, and her record was Gj03S pounds, CREEN CLAY, remarkably sweet voice, under four ounces of milk, which according to A .1 TTORNE A IF. ieifcct control, and many an older one her average test, made 300 pouds of butmight envy hei in the rare self possesion ter. We had one cow to give 6,490 Kentucky. Siirlimoml, and infinite grace with which shecharms pounds of milk and make 448 pounds of ail. Her bUter, Mis Ella Keen, is also butter in 270 days. Another to make 13- "Collections solicited. gifted with unusual talent. 7,210 pounds of milk and 443 pouuds of The audience iy fairly electrified by butter in 300 days, even." I'rof. Raiclay'b rendition of two comic AGEXTS,-$- 25 to $50 per week easy! songa, each one a master pierce. "DR. II. II. GIBSON, '"Capt. fchelby's playing 011 the flute You work light around home. A Brand was much etij yed as was also the piano new thing. Wiite to us Quick! You will PHYSICIAN AXD SURG EON, solo of Mesaeb Eliza Spencer and Maggie be surprised at how easy it can be done. Kentucky. Sew nil. Others who aviated ably in the Send us your address auywav. It will be Richmond. evening'b entertainment were Misses to your iuteiest to investigate. Write today. AdJress. "PeopleV 3011 MarOtficc in t,he Joe Cj.lins building, iS and 20 Sec- Rogggs Ewing, Marctim and Hargis, No aprl4 4t ond Street, orer VVnue .old drucstore. 37- word of praine from our pen can do jus- ket St., Philadelphia, Pa. tice to the inimitable plaviug of Mrs. LITER AR NOTES. CIIAS. HOOKER, Keane herself. Her touch ii pei feet ami I ETERTXARY SURGEON, while we listened we forgot all things "Does Modern College Education Eduearthly anil were carried in fa icy to Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. cate, in the Broadest and Mot Liberal realms of an ideal world." Sense of the Term?" is one of the most Veterinary Dentntry and Sterility a Specialty. Office ap stairs over New York Store, cornet could LAND, STOCK AND CROP important inquiries thatwhich be set on 46- Mam and First streets. Richmond foot. This discussion, is to be taken part in by President Gil man of the LT. C. M. D The Danville Advocate reports the sale Johns Hopkins, President Dwight of Medicine and Surgery. otbcventy-fiv- e across of growing wheat of Yale, President Schnrman of Cornell Ofhce Collins Building, MainStreet. at (55 cents per bushe', and the Stanford President Morton of the Stevens Insti Telephone at residence (the Carr place) on Journal notes the sale of a big crop at 70 tute, Henry Thurston Peck of Columbia, Broad ay. -Kentucky. cents. RicnjiovD, Bishop Potter and others of the most Mr. W. A. Login, Hill City, South Da- distinguishe I men of both, the United DR. O. A. KENNEDY, States and Europe, is begun in the April kota, came in last,Friday to visit his Mr. and Mrs. J. 15. Logan, of this Cosmopolitan bv a radical inquiry into PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEOX, Kentucky. place, as well ab other relatives in the the educotional problem along the lines Richmond, county. He is delighted with his adopt- of Herbert Spencer. President Gilman ed 6tate, and says land that you pay $40 will follow in a direction almost equally Office in Smith Building, No. 304 Main Street, nj aud S50 hpre for, can be brought there searching. Altogether there is promised stairs Onice hours 12 to ani t to so'clock. $10 and $12, and equally as productive. the frankest possible expression of opinDR. JOHN M. POSTER, The weather is no colder in winter where ion, and it seems probably that if. will bo Kentucky Mr. Logan is located than in Kentucky. the insist through comparison ever made Richmond. The couutv has a population of 10,000, of educational mctho Is with the needs of and only two eolored residents Jessa- every-da- y life at the close of the nine Telephone at office and residence, V mine Journal. teenth century. W. EVANS, 21.' D., er Sat-uidcab-bncts e i- The alarmingly disorganized condition of the Democratic party in this State is a matter for the serious consideration of each and every member of that party. It is too late to begin to consider how this disorganization was brought about. It is not necessary to point out wherein personal ambitions ami personal antagonisms have Mw n the seeds of dissensions oralarmen the fears of patriotic citizens. Great as these causes have been and justly confutable as they slitl are, to recite or recount them would not serve to mend the rents already existing. What is needed today is a solemn renewal of p'edges to the great piinciples of tl.e party ns laid down by the fathers of the Republic, as fet forth by Jefferson and reaffirmed in thisState by the resolutions of '03 and declarations of subsequent State national andconventions. The Opera "Mikado" will be given Apr,20for the benefit of tho Methodist organ fund, under the management of Miss Pattie nnd Mr. Thomas. The following is the caste of characters, composed of the best local dramatic jm i ANDY CAIHAB" "Nothing: else like it: refrcching- and pleasant Soap fo? thz skin. - We Send it FREE! TO The most ' talent: DRAMATIS VKRSOXAE. The MiVado of Jf pan. Prof. Sanderson Nanljixjo ihij son d.sguiscd as a vandenr luinstren. air. vv. it Pattie fc'h Executioner KoVo (Lord of liti,i Mr. W. K. Shackelford Poou-uu- .. vLord High Everythinjr ese Mr. A. D. Flora Pu uah (a noble Lord) Mr. Jno. N. Turner three Uin t ) Miss Mary Pattie i 1 . .ie Sing I wards of Mrs. Henry Perry ( ) Miss Madgo Hart Ko Ko i vtp Bo iv tisha (an elderly lady In love with Nankipoo) Miss Mariawillie Smith Chorus of girls, gobies, Guards and Coolies. fl .&! m 10 to care aDTeaseofeoBStirition. Cararfts are llielileal jT(. nfrer sripnrcripe.bat uunitnu touuuuuiiiui rrec. 3e rasTkatural results. Ililesn.l booklet Jd. STKKI.IMJ KKUKUF O.. flilraio. Montreal. Can.. or.Virtork. - 25 50 $ CURE CONSTIPATION i?M r3t& 4Ts 4 ?sf?:Jui . fT'i K ALL DRUGGISTS ycSsmaj WEAK fl Young and Old. U3-- - Pj.Murs1 " JAEDICATEO : Mm - Rejoice with us I JRQflT TITOf V fiTTHBXW'PUI?l smM&S iliUU Laa , Sam-2IJ. i fri SiTrif rpti'55! J 5 al' VhS 5 r in the Discovery. When a man has Buffered for years witli a weakness tlat bli$:lits hw life ami robs him of all that really make hie worth living, if he avail ef a complete cure, w hy not (Kix.sv tf.e mwral courage to stop his downward core. We will f.eml vim by mail, AKMJLbTK-li- Y FttKK, m plain iwckat, the 8-- K .'; r- -u j ix:r.ii T9- t i POWDER Absolutely Pure Celebrated for its great leavenlnjj strength and healthfulness. Assures the food against alum and all forms of adulteration common totho cheap brands, koyalbaein-- powdeh CO., q jsqap. m StT.VW liiinl VITAb .M "T VI ? I a BRIDGEFCmD'S lRarrAKTist?nc rtn the ICltXT KUR5RY?B.TH fe'i.!53 iJ2 Counly Bemccrat'c Meeting. Commi:-te- e ECONOMIST SEK RANGE, klSSJSLsP It lasts twice merit. 1)15. IIUKKUaNS to llll.ll), XKllir penuanntlv cnr l.lijir VlllU'urKliK, KllliSIONS witha lep.1 I: jrtwr-ante- e TilEM! S3 '"ong as others. SKIiK-AKIN- XKW YORK. A State Income Tax. n At a meeting of the Democratic County Cominittc of Madison counly, EXAMINE THEM! PrRCHASE THEM! Atrial will convince ycu of 113 ereat Vi'.l pleas: ii.i coat fastidioos. CHARLES ittfr.of J. T. AT-L- A e op-Mi- t(' 31-3- A York State, Assemblymau Bates has introduced an income tax bill into the Legislature. It provides that after January 1, lfcOS, "a tax shall be levied upon the gross profits and income received the previous calendar year by every citizen of the State, whether received from property rents, interests, dividends, salaries, or any source whatever. Such tax is to be one half per cent, per annum on an income over $1,000 and less than $5,000; 1 per cent, "on sums over $5,000 and less than $10,000; 1J per cent, on sums over $10,000 and kw than $20000; 2 per cent, on sums" over $20,000 and less than $30,009; 2J per cent, on over $00,000 and less than $40,000 and one-haper cent, tax added to every additional $10,000 taxed up to $100.00o!" As the Comptroller was denounced, so, undoubtedly, will Mr. Bates be denounced, as 'A narebist" and no true man. But he will be supported in this, as the Comptroller was supported in his proposal, by the great masses of the people. Though the fact has been lost sight of lately by a good many persons, it still remains true that the Maizes have equal political lights w ith the commercially privileged few, and this liates bill like the Hooerts recommendation, shows that public sentiment is rapidly making fcr the time when it will use the majority right for the greatest good of the greatest niitubf r. Indications 6iich as thee are f st multiplying in every pait of the United States, that tlie burdens of government 'eem to the people to be unjustly proportioned, and that the opinion is becoming general that they must be readjusted The old theory will at nodktant day crybiahre again into practice the theory that taxation in our present social system should be proportioned to ability to bear taxation; in other words, to the benefits obtained from the Government taxation is necessary to support. lf it being an adjourned meeting of New York Journal, March 12.1 said Committee, held on the 5th dry Following in line with the recommen-daiioof April, 181)7, and a quorum of said of Comptroller Roberts that a new Committee being present, upon moinheritance tax be imposed by New tion the following resolutions were unanimously adopted: Ike Spiesi Icrses, ESTABLISHED, soaps and pct;fu;.iery, Lancaster, Pcna. tS-59- , R MILLER, FRENCH STILLrD TOILET and all m.natHral drains. Returns to former aftpettntrH'e'i einnciatetl oryins. No C. O b. fraud nor recipe deeepiieu. If we could not cure, we would not tend our medicine FKKK to try, and pay when satisfied. Write as this inav not appear again. Address to-da-v, iKl'b STnl'S MAN . B WKAK-NK- foreer If! M Western Kedicine Company, Realizing that the Democratic party will most faithfully promote and protect the interests of the people of Kentucky, and that Democratic Mipremacy and control in local is absolutely essential to the people's welfare, it is the duty of all Democrats, in the interest of good 1. air.-ur- s F, G, srzj Oos Corsets, MAKE UCOEPflEiTES. Kalamzzoii, 3!ieh. acianst'auk LOUISVILLE TOBACCO KET. EunxisiinD nv gi.oVf.ii a numtETT, MAR- - adj-nuiii- louis-yill- e s. re-pj- 'It pos-iete- Y-- T-L- --- --- todacco warehouse. Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 4740 hhds. with receipts for the same period 2903 hhds. Sales on our market since January 1st, amount to 30,990 hhds Sales of the crop of 1890 on our market to this date amount to 35,470 hhds. Notwithstanding the falling off in receipts this week, sales have kept up the full limit, thus materially reducing the supply of unsold tobacco on market. The time of year has arrived when the holders of new hurley tobacco realized that it is unsafe to carry tobacco which has been prized? The offerings this week have included even a largsr percentage than usual, of very common tabacco and prices for such nuchauge were condition is favorable, but the tendency of the market is toward lower values for all grades in dangerous order. Prices this week have tanged from $10 to $16.25 for the best grades on sale, and the market has shown more activity and strength for such goods. The offerings of the week embrace 60ino very good old hurley w hit ii sold at prices ranging from $10 to $17.50 per hundred, and the market may he quoted higher for all old hurley in sound sweet condition. The continued wet weather lias retarded the preparation for plant beds and the sowing of seed, and the progress made in this direction is not as great as usual at this time of year. The following quotations fairly represent our maiket for hurley tobacco, 1S95 eroo: Trash (dark ordamaged)$ 1 00 to 1 50 2 0 ) to 4 CO Common colorv trash good col trash' 4 00 to 6 00 Medium to Common lugs not colory 2 00 to 3 50 5 00 to 7 00 Common colory lugs Medium to good col lugs 7 00 to 9 00 Common to medium leaf 5 00 to 8 00 8 00 to 13 00 Medium to good leaf 13 00 to 16 CO Good to fine leaf 16 00 to 19 75 Select wrappeiy leaf The above quotations are not applies ble to green and frosted crops: phtsicians. government, regardless of differences of opinion upon questions of National policy, to unite in the selection of good men for county officers, thereby insuring to Madison county an an economical administration in local aifairs. 2. It is ordered that a Democratic primary election bo held at the various voting precincts in Madison county on the 29th day of May, 1897, to select Democratic candidates for County Judge, County Attorney, County Clerk, Sheriff, Circuit Clerk, Assessor, Superintendent of Public Schools, Jailor, Surveyor, Representative in the Legislature, and Coroner respectively, and the polls shall be open from 7 a.m. till 1 p. m. at each voting place in Madison county on the aforesaid clay and for the purpose aforesaid. 3. That to defray the expenses of conducting said primary election, the candidates who propose to submit their names to be voted for, shall, on or before the Sth day of May,lS97, pay to the Chairman of llu's Committee the following sums: Each candidate for every county olllce except that of Coroner the sum of $50, and each candidate for the olllce of Coroner the sum of $10. 4. That said primary election Bhall be conducted by officers to be hereafter named by this Committee. 5. That the Chairman and Secre tary of this Committee are hereby appointed a committee to provide the ballots and make all arrangements for holding said election. 6. It is ordered that all legally qualified voters who consider themselves Democrats, and who will support the nominees of this primary election, and all young men now years, under the age of twenty-on- e but who will attain their majority on or before the clay of the next general election in November, 1897, and who declare their purpose and intention to nililiato with the Democratic party, shall bo entitled to vote in said primary election. 7. That the Ghairman of this committee give public notice of said election by posting a copy of this door and order on the Court-hous-e at twenty other public places in the county, and shall publish a copy of this order in every issue of the Kentucky Register and Richmond Climax from date of adoption to time of said primary election. John JJ. Chknault, Ch'm. "William Jett, Sec'y. elll-cient The Finest Kigs, The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- American Beauties WJ iS&t5?SSj ECCO'S rA GORREGA SHAPES. tention. The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Your "Cousin," 1M SOLO H ARTISTIC An education at Harvard. Yale, or any other colleire or iititiitkm h of U'arninjr in ihe rnittil Mates, A or in the Now Kn:land tonsera- v tory of Muic, can be svcnrnl by any young man or woman who is . in earnest. Write for (HrtH-iilarqunklv JAMKn I). BALL, M Bromfield M., Boston. Mass. k A Y s rv r h .s . free Ennr.ATinN v I 4 y v " . I I ii ; RICHMOND. DY EFFECTS. P. B. BROADDUS, Uunley's Old Stand. Ko. 26. 3C ::SADDLERY.:$: Jk On iacti Box. R. N. !. I & B. B, i. -- L All Lengths. Time Table No. 27, Taking Effeet Sunday, No ember 1MXJ. 1ST CLASS 2ND CLASS. 1)9 1 DJlj?.U Xo 1 V n Vc U Ex Sun Ex Shb A -- IS z S Sua EiSm AM. WESK R!EN MADE VifillSO'O SySfiSMs;Wl 'Vfrr v.-S- - NEWEST MODELS. tmfik tbBB8$B3$ I lrVraill NichoUiTiHe Valley View Million Richmond tin ioc . Moberly - .. Brassfield .. PanoU Irvine.. M. ic 2j 11 11 r M ,J m 4S 6 40 7 35 . A. M. i r k. 57 753 S IJ 830 ss . 1055 30 II 10 i f! 12 1'5 11 a 12 tzjepm 12 $ 1 1 s 1 ts 3 39 i 2i 11 1 ti -- 5 . S"0Kt. I5DJY. WZZi. I'MY. r Yliat HERUK ana quic k.y. it acts PotroriuiiT men re;iin loitv.urk . he. cianST'i others fill, voting nen reroccr youthful vi"or. Alrlu'c'v -- n If nl " nirccl ta Cure Kcrvouie nii4cny, JIphtlylml V &..!!;. a Ither b?x, Fnillnc a- -, and all effects of seif abuse or eicnr- s and . m- , indiicrc'ton. Wimfo oiMntar.. Don Mot dniglftt impoe a rorthloa en&stltut A It-- 1 yon I watnett ylolusn rr or nsi'i:"rEtt'SNCltVJOIlPrepaid Bind I pl.t;i Oan bo la vert pocSet. er. ? per bor. or G lor wi.U Vic rltteu Guarnateo to C"ro Trtnpv. PaniDh!t tree, bold hr rur.risv i. v 2 i . r 11 M. A. PEFFEii'S '- 1. Ns. 4. Na.3. N'e.iq WEST BOUXD Eji San Ex Smi Ex Sa Ex Saa Jo. -- Iot lfi. aico", FANCY and PLAIN. ?, -- JAiuicvi. jl&u'A! ci.:ci!.i. Sold by Uiclunond Dm- - Co. ami W. White. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. riiJUi ""fnnl harness, cheaper than can be bought any where in Richmond. Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction feb21-t- f guaranted. hand-mad- All kinds of Geo. White. Livery Stvsle. At Waltek AzbelVs e PanoU Brassfiell Moberl- y- ... ,,,. Union Richmond ... Million Valley Vier '.'icholasviHe Irrine a. .. 6 aa 6 34 6 38 7 sj 6 05 r , 3o ji. 2 fc 43 4 10 i7 3 IS iW ii i s r.n. 3, 4 ,s 44 c. 5 a. m. to 5 5 gf 8 5S 5 15 4s j t s 39 JJ to FEATHERBONE CORSET CB. feiailks. no SOLE MANUFACTURERS. SOLD BV A.M. T. X. r.M. A.M. W. D, 0LDBA&I feblO-C- & COMPANY. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab ets. All Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure. OR NO PAY. Mrs. B. M. ROWAN, Milwaukee, mch3-l- y 25c. For sale'by W G. White, Druggist, Rich- Wis. rach3-6mond, Ky. (iEO. W. RUiKY BED WETTING CURED L. & LV. A. II. JS1. R. R. 1, 1S90. 1- K. U.DLVJSION. Is Effect Makui Trains betweea Lontsvflte Vnmllti dajty. Trains bctweca CwcauaM yicnnviH Jaily AU trams cesaect with Sostkera Radvray to anil from Louisville, ami with tke CK. O.&.I. P. to and from t'lactfiaati. You can spead five boars in LoMviBe. ilM six hours in Cincinnati or 11 hours la Le.iiawaaad return to Richmond at 8:30 p. m. rt aJ mm rAvmnUMi Lv. lx.ul iliii Ar. bhcinyvillo. Ar.I.Vrcncel g SOUTHERN RAILWAY. UN KENTUCKY) Schedulo In effect Feb. 15. 11197. No. ' . i v o. Ar Ar Ar w Lv Ar. .. Veriil txin?t"n .. 7 i.iain 9 It m .0 (Mam 10 m 8 UOpiU h hpni U d 2 m vSJj pin G. 3 til !0. Uiptn iVim TiCipni 0 io pm o i.x I Ar.La'renceb'g.. Ix'iitto.i .. Vorsallle-... u I Ml N 7 Ar Ixiulsvllle. tlielbytlle.. . i.l p 50: in S..0irr. .ii)Ji i. Mam 9 17 in '.iipm COOim iu5Jjii 7o5pm 7 11 JU-- m iul SlOan; "T" m 4 15 N 4. Ky , Recommends WriKlit'a Uelerv Capsules. Shelbvville, Kv , Mav 20, '90. To Wright Jledical Co., Col., O : Gents I have purchased a box of Wrisht's Celery Capsules from G. IV Middeltou, drUL'ist, and used them foi Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation and found that they irave me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedv. Yours very truly, 9 Geo. W. Rilev. Of Shelbyville, HOW TO FIND OUT. ilium mail. 7.33 Cincinnati. Pari?, Jlavs P. M. ville, Winch ester and 2.03 Lexington mail. 1.03 Livingston, London, Jel-lic1.10 Pineville. 12 53 Fast line for Livingston A- - JI. 311) 11. A?, London.Jellico Knoxvillt . M. F.t- -t line for Cincinnati r. ji. :: i! I'aris Winchester. 1143 v Jl Rowland am v sr 1.23 "tanforrf. 10 10 6.23 Express for Cincinnati,! ARV 11rarts, Jlavsville, r. m chester and Lexington You Get the Profits Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers and Middlemen by buying direct from the manufacturer. apr 7 tf Fill a bottle-- , or common water gluts wiih urine and let etand twenty-fou- r VTEillDCIO BtSTD JU.ND No It: o Tl lionir; a sediment or settling indicates a STA'IONS. No. I. No. II 3 5SpTi 7 4am Lv Lotnsm Ar 7 .wpm ttl.'pil IU WUm Ar ljirncbru Ar, 1 ..i m 8iaoi diased conditiou of the kidneys. 4 3 pm 7Soim 7 Upm HI 49am r Hurcln L, t ,0 pm 7.ioim When mine stains linen it iporitie 7 apT) M 01 m W! STtOUND EASTU'DND of kidney trouble. Too fre No fA evidence No. N11. STATIONS o 1)7 7 iipin qucnt desire to urinate or pain iu the 7 45aai Lv L.OU1SVU Ail.ilo--.in- i b ilpm 9 I Vim Ar Saelhvil Ar 9 I7ini 6.2 pm BMpti 10. :3am Ar Verslles Ar 8.H" m 4 I pm back, is also convincing proof that the 7 01pir. II iO m Ar Mldwiv Ar 7 4lni a3nm 7.)pT! lilp-- ArOeoritn Lvl 7 l')m aCOpm kidneys and bladder arc out of order. ArHa-odsbg115 Trains Nos 1.2. (.hair Cars. i and 8 carry Free Oojcrva-tlo- u cam CJ i No better wheel made than the o 3 keme Bicyde Built in our own factory ' skilled workmen using the be. '. material and the most improve i machinery. l?o Aca r.o agen ' Sold direct from factory to tl t rider, fully warranted. Shiprx4 anywhere fcr examination. b-- j George Thorpe, "mm W S-- OUR CLUBBING LIST. Y Magazines, Newspapers, and Other Publications at Reduced Rates by the Climax Company. EAStBJU.D tNo i. STATIONStNo. 7.4.am dnjpin ..v Loulivn 10 2.iim 6.40pm Lv ersl iioam 7 3pm Ar Nichlvlll I1? ftinm 8.30pm ArRicamo'd .Opml Ar Irvine 1 1 1 - a WES I.OCND No 6 ;tNo 65 111 7 pin Ar Ar Tioam S.0Opm Ar 6 fani 4 lOpm Lv dOJini 3 lipm "vTHAT 10 230- - li I I 30pm There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. the great kidney remedy Kilmer't-Swaiup-Roo- t, Street, between Main and Water, rear of Dillingham building, Richmond, Ky. Keady to do all kiu Is of blackmithin promptly m the bent 7 workmanlike manner. R!TC FOT OurBnterestisg OiTr Acme Cs'o Co.. Jan27-6m ETxhcrt. led. JASPER, ---- par-ent- b, 1 r e Physician and Sukgeon, - - Kektcckv. Richmond, L BQimiJS C !KhHh tBB3;s.W! DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond. Dniceand reslJeiiccou Third ritrcou DSITT-L- 3 kMllgv Merchants, Bankers, Law ere, The Style, Fit and Wear could not be Improved for Double the Price. (t&Mt. V. L. Douglas $30, $4.03 and SraGSHT. DR. A. AVLLKES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEON, Kentuckv RlUtUOND, $5.00 Shoes arc the productions of skilled workmen, from the best mi- lenai possuuc iu put into suocs soio at uicse pntes. We make also $!L50 and $225 shoes for men, and $20, $2.00 and SJ.Va for boys, and the W. L. Douglas $3J50 Police shoe, very suitable for policemen ana omers caving letter-carrier- s, much walking to do. AVe are constantly iUlUlUV AKV Below will be found a list o? periodicals which the Climax will order for its subscribers at its reduced rates, tho only provision being that the subscription to the Climax be paid up By reference to the one year in advance. prices quoted below, it will be found that we can save you from five cents to one dollar on every i nblication named. following prices include the Climax: . J3 75 Arena 3 25 .. American Art Journal, Music. 5 25 American Art Review . 2 15 Gazette Breeders 4 CO Century Magazine I 95 Cosmopolitan. 1 C5 Weekly Courier-Journ1 45 Weekly Commercial Oazctte Weekly Enquirer - 1 60 2 65 Oemorest's Magazine 4 35 Frank Leslie's Weekly. 3 40 Frank Leslie's Monthly 1 85 Detroit Free Pre33 3 75 . The Foruin 4 15 Harper's Magazine . ,4 35 Harper's Weekly 4 35 .. Harper's Bazar 265 narper's uoanu laoie 365 The IndeDendent 3 15 Lippincott's Magaiine 1 'JO Magazine Muncey's 1 SO . McClure's Magazine ' 525 North American Review 1 90 Ohio Farmer 3 15 Public Opinion 325 Review of Reviews IlED-T- he 360 Scribner's Magazine following quotations fairly lepre-se365 St. Nicholas 1 fcO St. Louis our market for hurley tobacco 18S6 N. Y. World n 75 Kentucky Stock Farm. crop: Louisville Evening Po3t. Cour'cr-Joum$ 1.00 to 2.50 Trash (areen or mixed. 2.50 to 4 25 Weekly Louisville Commercial Trash (sound) . N. Y. Journal, daily- 2 50 to L25 N. Y. Journal, Sunday- Common Oliver iinizni. - 4.25 to 000 Cincinnati Post, dally Medium lusra 0.00 to 7.00 Peterson's Magazine. Good Injre Puck, weekly (S00 to 7.00 Judge, weekly Common leaf ishoit) Atlanta Constitution 7.00 to 9.00 Atlanta Journal Common leaf 0.00 to 11 00 Medinm leaf Five hundred other journals and magazines 11.00 to 1300 with the Climax, at reduced rates. Goodie if Tho Climax Company will take pleasure in 16.00 to 10.75 Finemd selections attending to orders received by mall. Always i state whether or not you are now taking the COLOR- Yperiodical you wish ns to send for. Semi-Week- ly nt Semi-Week- ly ly Qlobt-DemocrTwice-A-Weal .. Ar Lexlnetoa.. Ar Knoiwlle... Lv LouUvllle. STATIOS. No. 1 7 43an 10 7 1 No 3 fulfills every with in rel'ieung pain in Ar Asbevllle. ... Ar bavannah .... Ar J1Ckoville. Ar Uaait inooga . Ar. Atlncla Ar MaCua Ar Jack'onville Mam 10 49pm lupui 7 Mam 4Jan. IZSSpm siopm 1 oOam 9 0 am the b.tck, kidneys, liver, bladder aud every part of the urinary paspces. It corrects inability to hold uriie nnd eca'.dirig'pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes thafunpleasant necessity of beinjr compelled to get up many the night to uriuate- - The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Rois soon realized. It stands the highest for its" wonderful cures of the most di&trefsins: cases. If you need a medicine you should have the Lest, So!d by drug-sistprice fifty cents and one dollar. For a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by mail, mention tho Cliuvx, address to and send youi full post-oflDr. Kimer it Co., Binghampton, x. Y. Tne propretor of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer. times-durinot p, ue Madisoa Monumental Works. iexczEiivLOjTiD7 srz"- v. 5 Vipni OSSpni I 35a ni 9 01im 760. m 1 ainpm S.15am Lv Chittaooora. lOOjpm I ouptn Ar Hlralngham 2.3lani 9 4 pm Ar MendliB. . . 830am aiUam Ar New Orleans. No I carries Free Chair car Louisville to Lezingtoi there conneetln? with hollil Vesti-b- u e 1 rain carrylnj Pullman Sleepm: Car to Jacksonville via Cnattanooji. also to New Orleans. No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeper Loulivllle to Chattanooga, also Lexington to Jacksonville via Hot springs. Ashevllte and Pullman L'clon Sleeper Lexington to New Orleans tDally Except Sunday A. Whidojt.P &T A.. S.T. Swirr. P STA. Lextniton. Ky. Louisville. Ky. J. M. Lulp. T. M. W. II Green. Gen Sup . C Wa'hln.ton Wafhincton. D & VT. VflK.O P A . Wit It Tayloe AGPA. 1 Louisville. Ky. Wasnln.'ton. D C XX. A-- o k4 Urf Q rt C o . in o M f A 1a a' O - O o o ri n r?it 'fiST't , T3?w tl J&'tX O . MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN m-mT- T y fckJl i C9 Is rtMVV """"TVI. YJ r it t&JcTj? A Word p.riv.ate AND ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORK. Ear further particulars, prices, tc., address, GRKNITE S) 7VYN77VYeNTS, S lus !1 1 A Ml mavr' v eriiia Women. Madisoi) Moi)iliDei)tal Worfo. mch21-ly t t V No one but yourselves know of the goffering you go through. Why do you suffer? It isn't necessary. Don't lose your health and beauty, (for the loss of one is speedily followed by the loss of the other.) Don't feel " weak " and "worn out." Impure blood b at the bottom of all your trouble. ". . - Parl8J VMJ SSBBBBaZBBBKBaBB3Bm. BjjbimBEIb3Sb&! BSaEw - ours,9to J. C. OrFics Smith huitdinz. Main Street. Office ix M.t i.oot04 I. JI. limited to dcnmtrv MoaSAir. l'hjslciani MORGAN & YATES, DENTISTS, Richmond, ... J. A. Yates. and all economical men wear W. L. Douzlai Shoes because they axe fUIj,.uu son why von cannot be suited, so insist on having V. L. Douglas Shoes from your ueaier. Ve use only the best Calf, Russia "Calt tilt u 49 i adding new styles to our .t- - The following quotations fairly represent our market for hurley tobacco 1896 crop: i,aii Kentucky. the best. For sale by PMiL2ug& French Knamel, Vici Kid, etc., graded to correspond with prices of tbc shoes. yon, If dealer cannot-suppl"write W.L DOUGLAS. Bf8cfcfefl,M& conrsi, rrencn lau, lv Ofpi-- e MalnStretti over Maifem Natiosal m Freeman Brothers- - Richrnond- - Kly. - Catalooce Fber Trash (green or mixed) Trash (sound) Common lujrs Medium lus Good lug Cominou leaf (short)- Common leaf, Medium leaf ,. J Good leaf FiBOfrmltBeTctioH . 11 S 2 73 to 3.25 3.00 to 4 25 4.23 to 4.75 4.75 to 6.00 (5.00 to 7.00 6.00 to 7.00 7 00 to 0.00 0.00 "to 11.00 11.00 to 13!00 -- A.IT.Xrrrow JHteame Failing Mem orr.Inpotencir, KleeplMneM.ete . canAa6 bj Abuse or other jcoft And Iadlf CretlonB, unv 7Utcx ana umj, rectors Lort Yltalitx In old or voanE. ana (& forstndr. hceinesa ar marriam fit ( 1'rBTout Issanltr and Consumption tAknn in timn. ThsirtmA Rhowj lmmedlftta Imorove . A 0u. a fTOTIfE .kAA lt a.Kkk fall Tn. silt upon hnrinft the cennino Alas Tablets Ther kavscuredthouwndaandwillcareToa. Wotlvoaroa-IUttrritten eoarantee tosSottaeara CCIT2 in each case or refund ths moaT. jPrtoslWIf IjJftjr rckaijB) or atx rams (tall trcat&ssti Tor JK.W. aj mail, in plain wraprer. upon rscelptof price, rircnlar -o ME A MAN MADE TABLETS POSITrVEt.Y CURE AJAX vnll purify your blood &nd bring thebloomof health back intsyour cheeks. Each, bottle contains a ' i iarsapari nilART rtOTTLES. oi rP!iff J f5"' BaH4f9Fdf Jrert Hm .".law ii ""t jl jiu r JLli L. tr r 1 " ifc' " j KafaijZT'TTrjr' wTEKjgkj quart. Painful and Snoressed Mtnsej! Irrecularltr, Lencnrrhcau Whites, Sterility. Ulcera-tlto cf the Uterus, chansre of Ilf e it i matron oc maid, all find relief, heir, benefit and: cureUtt for hesdaebe. pain In the JOHNSTON'S SARSAPARILUV- - It is a real pan nervonsness, sleeplessness, muscular weakness, bearinir down pains, backache, lecache, IrregoUr action of the neat, kaal1iE4a'W .t t. Largest Laveryl Stable in Eastern Kentucky. 38- - and Sale ! -- snortness sweiling: svmntoxns health Information, " . lu f - rT fTVlrt 73 AJAX REMEDY CO., ' For sale in Ri9llm9d,", Ky., ',r" wvfjr Yoa traat JWrlti free. !" WIUJAMS..DAnS, BR00K3 & CO.. DetroK. aj MT t.ir. 1 s . UrereUe far Uver 1 to. ' ThaTsunMaS Uttto TBmW &i w 1 ' 9TBO0O. h , 1 - - - - ,."" y. f Unr PWs Mk. .IWMrfWWif . 3SC- -' C. T. FOX, Richmond, K? x j O n h ifr-r& - Sccesswt Cife$ Fi, L 0 .,,- -. " rfviljL rn tj ,T.vl?"j"Wrn?6,:K7, ii ' ri L . . - ''& ni m f fc ;y. W e3 ,( M P I I nur if r -L Off For The Races. an organization is effected, however, it pw. m m r mwt Hn hb is believed that Senator Wolcott will be With Ids usual vim aud A'igor Col. made President. It is authoritatively Burrcll B. Million promises to Bend out a Miss Mamie Hart is in Cynthiana. stated that the Commissioners will not In tho Stomach Caused Creat Btring of the best runners that ever trod PUBLISHED EVEKY WEVMSSAY BY Prof. Clark is back from Owonton. go abroad before May 1. by which time Suffering Was Confined to tho the turf of Madison. He has just receivThQ Go. the new Ambassadors will bent their Mr. James Stone of Frankfort, spent Bed But Now Able to Work. ed a letter from Crit Davis, at Harrodsposts and render the special envoys the Sunday here. " In October, 1835, 1 had an abscess In burg, who is handling them, and hesavs: assistance necessary in the consummaM. John R. Gibson is at home from a my stomach. I was also taken withIpleu- The horses are in splendid condition. I waa Proprietor, an Editors. tion of their mission. risy and coughed very badly. I think Letcher, son of Bill l.etchiT and Southern trip. C E. WOODS, Associate Editor. treated by physicians bat did not improve. Mary Howard, will be one of the best Mrs. C. D. Chenault an children are I gave np all hope of cvar getting well. Elsewhere is nuolished a card by handicap horses in the West. 'Che maiden My right side was swollen a .d I was ;nofr YKAll, $1.50. Winston Ballard, the colored aspirant at home from Woodfonl. Bob Letcher, of whom so room and was able to walk across tho MissS.diie and Lucia Burnam return$1.25 for the Republican nomination for Jailer. IN ADVANCE, confined to. my bed. I was advised to much wt8 expecte I last year, but on It shows an awakening of the negroes to ed on Saturday from Cincinnati. sickness, failed to start, w ill fulfill try Hood's Sarsaparilla and began takinjr the duty they owe themselves, to test the Mr. and airs, Silas Cobb and child arWEDNESDAY, APRIL. 14, 1S97. it. In three days I could sco a chango expectations, as he is in the piuk of consincerity of the party by which they rived Saturday from Omaha. for the better. I kept on taking Hood's is Oakley Derhac stood with blind persistence so Professor Clay Herrick, of Bcrea, Sarsaparilla until I had taken four bot- dition. He entered in the had better by. Ornament and Dr. Gatlett CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT. long. The Climax is not responsible tles and continued to Improve. I am now look to their "laurels." is in the East on business. for the card, but gladly notes the widea good day's workon the farm." Mr. Million also lias a coming 2 year-o-l flying trip to able to do Mat S. Cohen made a YOU. RKPKKSENTATIVE. spread determination of the colored race M. E. llANTt, DemossviUe, Kentucky. in Lucky Number appropriately Cincinnati the first of last week. We are authorized to announce to demand recognition at the hands of named, as he is out of Wheel of Fortune Dit. Elmkk Nokthcctt, of Valley the white Republicans. "Wince Uallard Miss Sudie Russell is at home from View, as a candidate to represent is Mr. Million expects toacccompauy the an honest, industrious man, and for Lexington. Miss Dora is some better. Madison county in the Lower House string of eleven flyers and here's predictMr. and Mrs. J E. Dykes, qf "Wiof the next General Assembly, sub- the PantSigraph to discount his ability ing he will return a wiser, weaklier, and ject to the action of the Democratic and ridicule his claims, is to go back on nchester, visited Mr. J. D. Dykes this happier inau. Primary. May 29. its piofessions of love for the colored week. liatliel). II., Mary Howard, andEIise F. Wagers has returned SI ; six for $5. Prepared only by G I. Hood & Co., brother, rs Ballard is above the aerage L. have all dropped this spring filly COUNTY COURT. FOR JUDGE MADI.-O- S Low ell. Mass. Get Hood's and only Hood's. colored voter. The colored vote puts from a week's visit to Mrs. A. B. Wagers coaltsbyBill Letcher. With a characare tno best We are authorized to announce the Republicans in power, whenever Cincinnati. as a candidate for they get in power, and certainly it is Mr. Frank McMillan, of Norwalk, flOOd S Fills pills, aid digestion. 25c teristic wink of his off eye, Mr. Million Thos. J. Smith County Judge, subject to the action remarked "And I expect to huve an of the" Democratic party. As the base ingratitude as well as hypocrisy to Ohio, is the guest of Mr. H.H.SanOaks winner among them." CORRESPONDENCE. farmors are selling: their produce at go back on these faithful and indispensa- ders, at IJeren. half price, I favor a reduction of the ble suppoiters. See card. Mrs George AValden, nee Miss Mary salaries of all county otllcers, in Smith of Danville, is expected this week . PA2T0LA. ordoi equalize tliinjrs- WALTON TO WATTERSON. to visit relatives here. Tuos. J. Smith. Nave. Mr. Stuart Jones received Comparatively little plowing has been Miss Dovey lavtcher returned on MonCIIAITER III. a telegram on Monday from Danville done for corn. day from Cincinnati, accompanied by her yOU COUNTY ASPESOR. You cannot afford to miss thecontro R. C. Adams will cbse his singing announcing tho death of his aunt, going on between Henry Watter-so- u father, Mr. W. R. I.ctcher. Mrs. Jennie Nave. Durial yesterday We are authorized to announce veisy Miss Belle McDowell was welcomed school this week. and Editor Walton of the Stanford Tiio Jones, of Million, n candidate in that city. Deceased was about fJO Rev. J. G. Parsons will begiu a meetof Madison county, sub- Journal. The ability oi the latter lias home hist Friday from Staunton, Va , for years old, was tho only daughter of ing here Friday uuht. ject to the action of the Democratic never been questioned, but it has never Washington, and Cincinnati. Jonathan D. Jones, of Madison, and party. After a delightful visit to the Messrs Walter Richardson,of Red Lick, was was married twice. Her first husbefore been so splendidly displayed as'iu this combat with the head and front of Simrall, Miss Lila Chenault returned here on business Monday. band was Jacob Wearren, her second FOR SUPERINTENDENT OK PUIJLIC Dr. James is pushing forward prepara- Joe Nave, both of Garrard ; the last the opiwisition to Democratic Harmony home on Thursday last. SCHOOLS. Mr. J. II. Hoggs, of Jessamine, was tion for the the new oil well. and Democratic Victory. Hence read: husband and three children survive. "We are authorized to announce The Courier-Journis a little late in in Richmond yesterday shaking Friday and Sunday nights tried the Stuart Jones, whose father, Joe Jones, W.M. Chow a candidate for Itev. hands with his old friends. peaches sorely, but about half are left deceased, was a sister of Mrs. Nave, County School Superintendent, sub- its surrejoinder and but for the fact that Mr. Enghish Hoke and Miss Swimp it produces entire rejoinder we might attended tho funeral yesterday. yet. ject to the action of the Democratic have forgotten party. what the conten- marry next Wednesday at Louisyille. Miss Julia Cockrill, of Estill, is visiting tion was alKiut. In its Tuesday's The groom recently attended C. U. Mrs. Mat S. Cohen is at home after a her cousins. Misses Olive and Sallie issue it dexotcs a column or so FOR MWJ1STARTE. two weeks visit to Mr. Cohen's parents, Broaddns. We are authorized to announce to our article of a week previous and in J. B. Broaddns had something like a J. U. Henry a candidate- for .Magi- dulges in much self adulation, forgetting in Versailles. Mr S. Neville Moberley left this congestive chill Friday, but will soon be strate of Kirksville Precinct, subject that it is said that such praise is half to the action of the Democratic party, scandal. There are exceptions, however, morning to attend the burial of his un- out again. It was a close call. on the free turnpike ticket. . III. to all rules and we are willing and ready cle, Jas. P. Brassfield. at WALLACZT02T. Mrs. W. S. Montgomery, nee Miss admit hiid do hereby cheerfully admit Vookiikks, the "Tall Svea to Messrs. E. 1J. and J. I). Wallace sold Minnie AV. Letcher of Piqua, 0-- , is exmore of the Wabash," died sit Washing- that all the good things the paper says of pected today, to visit Mrs S. P. Walters. some shoats to John Ballard for 3c ton on Saturday. Great in reat thinf. itself and more are true. In many reJohn Watson, an inmateof the LexA. A. X." club spent a deThe as he asj;reut in small ones, his death spects it is the greatest paper we have ever seen, its brilliant editor easily lightful evening with its Vice President, ington asylum, died there yesterday and is mourned by a Nation he loved and OF was brought here and buried. standing head and shoulders above any Miss Mary Shackelford last Thursday. which loved him. Mrs. S. V. Rowland and Mrs. E."" S. J. L. E6tridgc passed through our other writer iu the conntry. We are perfectly agreed on that poiut, but when Rowland arrived yesterday from tow n euro tile to the mountains to buy Constitu In view of the fact that the Danville, and are visiting Mrs. S. B. hogs The Major must be sending some tion prohibits the change of salarv of it says it is btanding now where it of the boys some ot that prosperity they stood and where it will always White. any officer durivg his term of office, it The 'As You Like It" Club, alias the promised last fal', but I have failed to will be necrtssatv firt for the Fiscal stand, we enter a firuj, but respectful disCourt to fix the salaries before the elec- sent to the first proposition and a doubt Alpha Kappa Epsilon, meet on Friday get any of it yet. John L. Baxter, Collector of the City tion, if any reductions aie seriously con- to the latter since we must judge its fu- nett with Miss Katie Smith, at Eighth wo on. ture course by its past. The Courier-Journ- ami Main. of Richmond, will offer at public sale iu templated. Jaspsr K. Smith leaver todav for Miss Fannie Butler is very sick. didn't always light the Demofront of the Court .House door, iu RichLast winter there wetc six Dem- cratic party and it didn't alwajs help lo CatnpbeHsnlle to attend the meeting of The farmers of this place are about mond, Ky., on Presbytery there tomorrow. Mr. Wade done sowing oats. ocrat who refused to support Blackburn. make Republican victories possible. The Republican1' uenerally and our dis- fought side by side too long and tiifl to Walker also attends. MAY 8. 1897, Miss Nancy Covington is visiting SATURDAY, Miss Clara Moore Sl.erley. of Louis- tinguished townsman, Col. Caperton, in emulate its splendid example too oftji. friends at Panola. Between the hours of 10 o'clock a. in. particular, praised their loyalty to prin- to believe that it was then dsseuibling villp. is visiting Mrs. Delia Ifamsey T. T. Roberts, of Beattyville, was here aud G o'clock p. in., the following propnear Danville. Miss Anna Frazee, ciple, etc This year there are sis Re- and that now only its real position Is last week looking over his farm. erty, to pay the city taxes assessed of this city, is also her gnes t publicans who refuse to .support Hunter. manifested. It never said in tin- lial-against same in the year 1S90. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKee returned Compliment are in order from the bame davsof the past what it says VALLEY VIEW. source. WHITE LIST. what by its course it seems to. intend to to Lawrenceburg on Saturcay after a visWharton & Roberts bought two thoustry to do: have a party of its own strong it to Mts. Elna Yates. Mibi Minna and logs on the recent rise. Ayers, Mrs. Nannie B $ 150 Bryan said he would go down with enough to wallop both the ol parties Cmtcher will visit them next week. Ballard, Mrs. Mary A., heiis . . . 1,000 Dr. Mos Gibson returned to Louis the people, and he certainly did List ami mat pany, it anus we coninietillv Dr. II A. Phillips, of Lexiugton, was Baxter, Mrs. Rebecca, heirs . . GOO Saturday at St Angusline. Fla., when a expect to get it." ville Monday, after a pleasant stay with here Saturday oh business. 4C0 Brooks, J. J., balcony on which he was speaking fell Miss Jennie Adams, of Logana, visited Creed, Mrs. Lucy W Our esteemed contemporary agrees his brother. Dr. H. R. Gibson. In two 800 thirty feet, precipitating the M. 0. Misses Annie and Alice Richardson with in that there is a great popular dis- months Moss will be a Carr, J. E., Adm. T. G. Hacker . 5,500 orator and 100 people to the content and disgust with Republican Cammie Green and his fat shadow, Clowers, A. C 400 ground. Nearly all were injured, some mismanagement of affairs, and we agree Geo. Habecottc, were down from 700 Miss Hnllie Stone, of Athens, accom Dot3 C K seriou-land Bryan was kuocked un- with it that the Republican party is Cincinnati last week, to see the for150 panied by Miss Mattie Gaither, visited Deatherage, G. Sam conscious. slowly, but surely going to pieces, but mer's annt. Miss Kittie Phelps, who friends here Sunday. 500 Edwards, W. T is quite sick at Mrs. I. T. Green's. 100 The sensational charge of briliery not to the extent of reducing it, from a Mr. A. D. Goosey bpent last week at Estill, J. T Miss Flautt hail for a guest labt week fac'-odecided in Stale jMjlitics. The Friend, Geo, and Brow n, Eli . . . 100 brought against Hunter, at Frankfort, and this her brother from StLouis. Miss High Bridge superintending the loading Faulconer, Mrs Nauuie 800 J. II. Wil- more sensible and patriotic members of implicating Flautt's many friends in Richmond will of walnut logs fur I. M. Asher who went Gilbert, Perry, 3 200 son, of the 11th district, et al, is the out- the party tiny leave it, but there will down Thursday on business constill be a sufficient number of the venal regret to learn that she will spend next Green, J. S 1,200 come of theattempt toelect a Republican nected with same. and ignorant to give Democrats a fight, year in Xevv York jn the steady of music Hicks, Fred, Adm. J. B. Hicks, 2 . 1,050 Senator who has a nomination which Million distkict politics. The Century Club met on Friday last and that is all the fiht Democracy Hagerman, B. C, o 300 may j et cost him his fortune, his honor, The Democrats of this district met at James, Mrs. Hannah should have on its hands. We can never with Dr. A. Wilkes Smith, when the 1,500 and his liberty. These charges are famed hospitality of Westover Terrace Newby last Saturday to apiioint dele- Kirby, do any good fightiug among ouiselves. Jno. II 100 brought not by Democrats but by Let the Courier-Journceae to war vyas dispensed with the usual lavish pro- gates to select candidates for Magistrate Moores,Jas., 1 500 Republican"!, and are a public upon its friends and with its guns turned digality, and a delightful evening was and Constable, but failed, and a primary Million, G. B.,.r 100 indictment of their leader by the party election will beheld in tLe near future Mulfinger, A. F., 1 to the enemy pour a broad side into spent. 400 misruling this State and this which is their ranks, as it is so capable of doing, Mr. Clarence Williamson, who has Several candidates are in the field desir- Marcum, II. F., 2 450 Nation. that it will send those who escape the been spending saveral days with friends ing 'recognition at. the hands of the Marcnni, Richard, 1 400 I.v view ol the evidence which the death dealing darts, bleeding and iu here, has returned to Atlanta. Itev C. Democrats. Masters, Jno. 1 150 dismay from the field. P. Williamson, while not yet restored, is recent elections have given of the At the earnest solicitation of friends Mcllahan, Pat Sr., 1 500 Mr. Watterson savs that all parties are recavcring from the recent paralytic Dr. Elmer Northcutt has announced his O'Neil, David, 1 and disgust of the people it is 1,000 more than probable that the Repnblioaus now in a more or less fluid or liquid stroke which caused so much sorrow candidacy to represent Madison county Perkins. Mrs. Lou., 1 600 of the Senate would be highly gratified state. True, very true indeed. Iu fact among his Kentucky friends. in the next legislature. The genial Pullins, Mrs. Minerva, 1 250 prhatelv were the Democrats to take the they seem to be in a flood state, if e are . . . 400 Messrs. Bob Brown, or Livingston, and Doctor's Democracy, like the chestity of Rymel, J. W to judge by the results iu Ohio and Illi- .Mrs. Letcher Stackpole, of resjwnsibility of forcing radical modifica2,000 Milldale, ar- Ceasar's wife, is clear even of suspicion, Smith, W. II., Jr., 1 tion, or een the defeat altogether of the nois. The rush to Democracy in those rived on moneay, to attend the and with his name on the prow of the Smith, Mrs. C. K 3,000 Dingley bill. The Republican. Senators, States discounts the rush of the mighty f John Greenleaf Brown, the little son Democratic ship we will wreck the ReSchmidt, Mrs. Eliza A , heirs, 1 . . 1,500 in common with other men capable of waters of tho Mississsippi and alovo the of Mr. and Mrs Mil ward G. Brown. publican boat, "Hard Times," that is Shnuks, Miln, 1 700 reading tho meaninc of current events, roar is heard the cry of disappointment The little fellow is not expected tt live. playing sad havoc in prosperity's stream. Smith, Jno. AV., 1 1,500 doubtless perceie that their party ha over unfulfilled promises of a better cur- He has tubercular meningitis. Jay Ell Ess. . Todd. J. C. 1,000 erred fatally in assuming that the Ameri- rency and better times, that the RepubTaylor, Dr. T. J., 4 3,100 '"Twas a couple, three's a crowd." wnrsTOjr. can masses were longing for a return to licans and their aid society held to the Miss Cole, Todd, H.I 100 of Madison Institute, gave Estill Counfy.J ear, giving to the people now instead of McKinlevism. 400 Tudor, C W., 1 chafing-disa pretty party on Saturday D. J. Snowden is in Lexington last bread the stone of high taxes ahd a more White, Jno. D., 22 . 1,300 toMrs. A. Wi!ke3 Smith and Miss Caro week on business. The Democrats of the Legislature will reckless waste of their money. line Barbour. It was "dead swell," and COLOHED LIST. do well to let the Republicans tread the Preaching ever' Sunday at 11 o'clock "With four tickets in the field, one led 100 wine press alone. To assist in the elec- by Mr. Hardin, one by Mr. Pettit, one her guests are lavish in their compliBurton, Steve, 1 by Elder John Newman. Blythe, Sol, 1 150 tion of a Republican is to take the re- by Mr Bradley and one by Gen. Buck- - ments of the charming young hostess. Mrs. Sally Green, aged 94, is not exMiss Dolly Williams, of Huston-vill300 Ballard. Winston, 1 sponsibility of giving the United States uer we use names merely by way of pected to recover from the grip. illustration we believe that enhas been tendered and will ac900 Breck, Burgoyne, 1 Senate the one needed vote to saddle the lightened, conservative elementthe all of John Azbi'.l and sister returned home Burgin, Martha, heirs ; cept the position of instrumental 200 wort tariff upon the people thai was ever parties would unite on Gen. ISuckuer music teacher in Hamilton College, last week from Locust Branch. and elect him," says the . 300 Cull, Jesse, heir 1 proposed. W. S. Wiukler and others left last Bena, Chas.. 1 It is right as well as well as politic that and thereby shows a lack of touch with Lexington. Miss "Williams and her 350 800 the party of protection should receive no the great majority of the very voters that motiier will move to that place Stan- week to attend the trial of his son at Mt. Cochran, Sarah. 1. 250 Crutcher, Narcis, 1 outstretched Democratic hand to help in it banks upon. There was a time when ford Journal. .Miss Williams was Sterling. C. F. Tharp has symptoms of fever. Chenault, Bob, 1 150 pulling it from the pit which it has dug Democrats delighted to honor Gen. formerly with Madison Institute and us not spwik evil of the is pleasantly remembered here as Dr. Wilson thinks he will be all right iu Chenault, Tobe, 1 200 for itself. Protection is committing sui- Buckner, but-l- et a few days. Cobb, William. 1 75 cide in full view of the country, which it dead, who was so crucified in the house well as Kingston! of his supposed friends at Indianapolis. 200 Miss Mamie McRoberts came over on so long has cursed. Elder James T. Turpin is the latest Campbell, Matt Jr., 1 ., He only got 5,114 votes in November. If Satnrday from Danville to visit Mr. and Democratic candidate. He was nomina- Carmichael, Jno., 1 400 At a time when the country, harassed he were alive now, peace to his ashes, he Mrs. T. S. Ellis. Oa Monday she wa3 ted for Coroner. Cornelison, Ed.. 1 150 by hard limes, is glowing could not rally even the 114. The2lo,-43- 1 accompanied home by Mrs. Ellis, who is Deatherage, Sam, L 200 Born to the wife of Joe Portwood, Jr., with resentment against the ascendancy Democrats who didn't scratch the quite an invalid. In order that the trip Euibry, Rebecca, 1 400 girl. Joe's smiles can be of the trusts in business ticket will never forgive him for playing might inconvenience Mrs. Ellis as little a Embry, Mary's heirs, 1 200 seeu a longdistance. and politics, the Republican party has second fiddle to Met- inley, even though as possible Miss McRoberts had a . 200 Euibry, W. C, 1 Judge A. J. Tharp loft Monday for Estill, Havden, L pissed through the House of Represen- they cannot forget his former great to convey th;m to Danville.1 It 80 tatives a tariff hill the like of which was efforts for Democracy and good govern is hoped that the trip will benefit Mrs. Washington where he will remain sev- Francis, 3Iinerva, 1 - 150 eral weeks on business. never seen in the United States before, a ment. We say these thing3 more in Ellis who is a great sufferer from rheuFlack, M. D., 2 500 tariff" framed at the instigation of the love than in anger, for we Have loved matism. J. W. MeGowen, one of Esfil's best Gentry, Mary, 1 K0 trusis for the further fattening of the Gen. Buckner and regret to have found citizens, is preparing to uniid a nice Harris, Ben, 1 250 There are many hero who pleaf-antl- y trusts. It looks like madness to do this our idol clay. The General is too old dwelling house near Kingston. Harris, Woodson, 1 150 Miss Bessie AVatts, remember thing, but, remembering what the forces now to make amends, but we haven't Will the Portwood Harris, William, 1 correspondent 150 who married Mr. Edward Dubuisson, are which created this administration lost faith in the As a lawyer of Opaloosa, La. These please give the names of the officers of Hockeismith, Mason, 1 300 and are behind it, the party can hardly newspapers go, it has reached far beyond friends will be pained to hear of the that town as the Winston people are anx- Irvin, Joe, 1 . . . . .". . . . . 250 be regarded as a free agent when it the span of life, but it is still young and Irvine, Henry, 1 150 death of this young woman which ious to know. con.es to legislation desired ami com- its editor is still a true Democrat at heart 4Q0 Ttev. James Witt, a noted Methodist Jaripan, Sarah, I . . occured last Friday. Deceased was manded by unscrupulous wealth and a and a true man . h.,.. . and choice. about 27 years old, the only daughter minister, died here Saturday, April 1. Miller, Harrison D., 1 SCO greed that is as unpatriotic as it is He is as much out of his element now as 2500 of Gen'l. "W. O. Watts, of Alexan- Burial on Sunday. Ho was the father Miller, Letcher, 4 boundless. a fish is out of water aud we hope soon dria, La., and a sister of Mr. Octo of Dave AVitt, Populist candidate for Martin, Irvin?, 1 Jff .' J00 Morgan, Jas., 1 to hear him acknowledge the error of his . 230 The people have come to understand wa and see him walk down the aisle for Nash Ggden Watts, a brilliant and County Judge of Estill county. 1 500 popular student at C. TJ., A A number of names have been given Mitchell, Mary, what protection is in praiti-e- , exactly 150 boy and her husband, to olicers for warrants forgoing aroqud Moore, M rs. Muse, whatever it may be in theory. Theoret- the right hand of fellowship, while the ically its purpose is to suckle infant in- Democratic hosts bing together in joyous together with a host of friends, sur150 the toll gale near Rice Station. Peop'e Nolauii, Geo. W . dustries, to increase wages and buildup invitation: 2.50 vive aud mourn this well reinbem-bere- d should keep the pike and pay toll. By Parkes. Geo. Ann. 1 . American as against all other interests. The year of jubilee lias come. S!iC.ptrd, Chas., 1 . lady. 250 Practically, as the people have leen Ei doing they will save time and money. Return, ye ransomed sinner, home. 200 taught by experience, protection is simHarrison Witt says the following Stone, Irene, 1 .' . . . ply a sordid game of grab, in which Small wood, Unas , 1. 75 ticket would make a winner for the NoAwarded those least in need of help from the You Can Talk Everywhere Even To Dar.- '150 vember election: ilou. John D. "Winn, Tomlin, Harry, I . - . Highest Honors World's Fair, Government seize most; a scheme for ville. 150 abusing the power to tax so that reveCounty Judge; W.H. Wiseman. Countv Taylor. Fiank,'ir:' Tho telephone system is now fo 31)0 TribW, Mose.l nue, instead of reaching the public f:trli-Aninriitn Plrviht PU.I.. treasury, shall be deposited in private perfect that we can hear Dr. Hunter 400 S P. Richardson, sheriff, James W. T,jbu,e. Mar.vT Kckets; a device so nourishing and groan evry time those disloyal 3C0 Park, School Superintendent; James Al- Tri'ible, l'lcas, 1 strengthening to thp tniststliat they are offset tho votes of thoie 250 unanimously enthusiastic iu support of corn, Jailor, aud James T. Turpin, Coro- Tod !f Chas. U., --. three disloyal Democrats. But tl is 150 protection. ner. 2o one spoken of for Assessor or Willis, Edna, 1 . . . f Therefore, let no Democratic legisla- irrelevant, A dispatch from Danville Williams, Sallie, 1 . - ." 400 County Attorney yeh tor vote for a Republican for United says: The East Tennessee Telephone White, ilarvj 1 ,.." - 7 800 States Senator. Company lias completed arrange950 Reduced Rates to Mew York White, Jennie, '. White, Hose AunVl , .' 1Q0 The President has announced the ap- ments for the extension of its metal-li- e City. circuit service to pointment ot Senator Edward 0. WolWhite, Adam's lieirs.X." . 250 cott, of Colorado, Hon. Charles J. Paine, Danville, which will give this city White, Jas. 1 . ., . . 450 ot Boston. Mass., and ex Vice President perfect communication with all prinThe Chesapeake and Ohio Ry.' will sell v;ii::.n 300 Adiai Stevenson as commissioners to an, round trip, tickets fo NeWYorlj City at 'Vh. sm Arm. Thol'ne will come from 200 international monetary conference. cipal c'ti-- s, one and onettliird.faresgoisg April 23rd" Walker, Qwen, 1 . . Walker, Reh., 1 . . . . These appointments are made under the Frankfort via Jawrcuceburg and 4 250 to2Cth JHchiMW and good unact approved March U last, for the pro- Harrodsburg;. Tho company will til May 4UC 'X & WiifWWrI8W,JU . '. 200. motion of an international agreement for also rua a wire botwoen Dabyille and XwoJimital V&tibHiMi Train each Yshifjtofl,v2feaflj', U ' PERFECT MADE, MOi 20 bimetallism," and by its provisions do making U)reV'liouriiqBic!M" way daily, f Tartar Powctar. . m tbns iron Cotou Kentucky wiknte.it- - ' &atee. Cbae.:,. . jot require confirmation by the Senate, f&oaferd, and this will complete the K PjGnpei-CrwuniJ3M . i ' S.J wm ArMmmn. A um or anv Miier aduibaM tu fenr.or nva .'3t if jiot knofea ,wUea tite commie- - ctreuit ioKxL.BAxV, 1 ! Rnue V Huliiw v- & TOgjrTAil&AIUfc WbtJ ittg towns in biit VvovtibuM Kentucky, j ' Viv. Am. Afet Lwcuyft, Kjr. I'nSw 4ifv' . fifty CoUmW ' ' l - - - The Richmond Climax. Climax Printing PERSONAL,. jri r MuniiGaa .Uj!T' 1 Hood s aitcr-dinn- as mercury will surely distioy the sense of smell and completely dtrango the whole system when entering it through Such articles the mucous surfaces. should never be used except on prescri-tion- s from reputable physicians, a the Respectfully, damaue they will do is ten fold to the Wm. E. Luxox. Jn. good you can possibly derive from them. Offieo iu Caperton Building on First Holl's Catarrh Cure manufactured by F. street. Mur24 tf J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. 0., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly ujon the blood and mucous surSi Cincinnati Railway, faces of the In buying Hall's Frankfort taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testiniou In EITect March I, 1837. ials free. S?"Sold by Druggists, price roc per botDAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. Bovaro cf Qintaisnts for Cutarih that contain Mercury,' - Keep Cool! I desire to notify the citizens of Richmond and my old customers and friends iu particular, that 1 will again be in the Ice busiuess thie season, with splendid equipments, and they will do well to see me before making other arrangements. jMlfLX0UfJ .SWT--- hi 1 x 1 S1 Blower, Scott & Frazee CARPETS, FURNITURE, WALLPAPERS. jSJ-7--?-- 7 DRAPERIES. ' The Din gley Tariff Bill & Means Higher Prices for Carpetintrs, Curtains, &e., for the next 1 tle. apr7 lm Three boys ran awaj from ".heir homes Lve Frankfort. in lexiugton and headed for California. Art Elkhorn They got as far as Danville and asked to '" Switier. Ground Stamping Duvalls be sei.t back home. ' Georgetown.. EAST BOUND. aon. 6 7 7 7 8 8 830 S45 51 02 08 p.m. 3 00 3 20 3 48 332 35S 4 4 4 4 4 15 30 42 Mis-Joh- n Baron Bell 2:33 Lve Georgetown. Arr Newtown- ' Centreville.. . Elizabeth Paris 3) 00 12 22 28 S 40 Anticipating- the passage of this Bill we have bought largely ". of all kinds of - FOUR : YEARS, PiS ?4 i 52 58 5 10 DEATHS. As-es- al r - Collector's Sale CITY TAXES, 1896 Al'-anv- Ejl-Pexat- BARON BELL is a bay stallion, 15) hands high, foaled in ISM. Sired by Baron Wilkes 2:18; 1st dam Crescent 2:25,, by Belmont; 2nd dam by Norman, sire of Lai 1 2:15, and sire of the dam of twpntv-on233 iwrfnrmprs In- cludinj: Norval 2:H4". Better breeding can not be found in the Stnd Book. His sire, Baron Wilkes 1:18. is conced- eJ by the trotting horse world to be the best stallion living, having been cold recently for $25,000, the largest price paid for any horse since boom tinges, and his dani wasCrccent, with a race record of 2:25V, to high wheel sulky, by Belmont, sire of Nutwood 2:18J, Earlmont2:09U,aadahost of other fast performers. BARON BELL has had very little training, and should easily trot in 2:25 this year. Will stand at $20.00 to insure a marc with foal. fl 4 (Two-jcar-o- ld Itrial.) Lve Paris Si 32 5 42 Arr Elizabeth !l 38 5 48 Centreville Newtown. J 48 558 10 00 Georgetown -- . . 6 10 6 30 10 40 Georgetown Lve 6 41 Arr Dnvall.. . I'5t 6 48 Stamping Ground . 11 10 Switzer It 25 6 59 Elkhorn. 7 OS II 35 11 53 Frankfort- 720 C. D. BERCAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent. OEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Supt. Frankfort, Kentucky. 1120 rWEST BOUND. a.m. p.m. 530 Jlw CARPETINGS, MATTINGS, RUGS, LACE CURTAINS, &C. tl M And while this stock lasts, there will lie n vance on FORMER LOW PRICES. Now is the time To Place Your Order. Chesapeake and Ok Railway. Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. Mt Sterling and Lex'ngton Accam eastern tucpress lor jLoutsville. Morehead Lexington Accom- yew Yort and Limited F. F. V 6 5 m am WE COI2DIALLT JX VITE IXspEt Tox f - T . 7 30 am 3 00 pm 5 45 pm EAST BOUND. Lexineton and Morehead Aom 9 n m New York Limited F. F. V. 11 5i am Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom . 7 00 pm Washington Express 9 03 pm Accommodation trains run daily except Sunday. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reservations rail on or write K. HOOD. Agent L.&N.Ry., Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. P. A. C. & O. Ry., Lexington. Ky. iBrower, Scott lfev3lu-fU-fr:oit:i- & F razee, Y1 r k -- A "1 rrrs. TrpT.' vfmY LfcJi SHI 32-3- 1 . - Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Y&r.---r mch21-10- B. H. INEAIUE T. CALDWELL, iij::csjrssnz:rngzt;v:r - js TOWN - LOTS TWO HON. C. - FARM al pout of Parkersburg, YV. Ya., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. PARKEGSIIUR&, FOR . W. Va., 26, 1995. January The "Wright Mep. Co., Columbus, Ohio. SALE The undersigned has three separate small farms which he offers at private sale separately or together. All three are situated at HCPPfWr 41 J.JLJ. PLOWING. V flL Tyfvyyivv. Juux. s 1 yax. yz ; 'i.7t,'. : 55S7.t '.'v. V -- 'a- - s S5 2USS vf iX m y' hi V?e have the hest plows the factories produce. If you expect to doan Kcn-ue- y, - u 1 Gentlemen. I have been using Wright's Celery Capsules uince November, 1S94, and find thein to be as recommended. I first besnin taking tlieni while at Hot Springs, Ailc, under treat ment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which I had been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules gave me great relief from the beginning and huve used them ever since. "With pleasure, and unsolicited, I recomiueud them to any and all suffering with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours, Charles T. Caldwell. Sold by T. S. Hagan, Drugcist. Price 50c euts and $1.00 per box. Call at drug6- store and get free sample. WHITE'S - STATION, 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 IS -- RICH BOTTOM LAND- .turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., all within a mile of White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. one-thir- siher-tongue- d full-fledg- Sat-urda- v. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by plowing the coming spring, and an not already supplied with plows. cannot afford to buy before oriviiiir u a call. Everythina: kept in a w I equipped hardware house is found our stock. j ' M Sji ( y, d TERMS Sale will be made cash, balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, address Geo. D. White, feb3-t- f White's Station. Ky. fientry, ; Shackelford ricumo:nd, kkn'iucky. sssssgsssssssssssssssssr-- r J --- U- z anti-Hun- ter WE ARE mam wsmmim.h u f diaj-K)intme- nt BHHHHiBJIHflHH3HiHHHHII23Z29HflHiHEQH5E3iHB 1 bed-sid- e We open in our new house, next door to the Farmer's National Bank, fonm occupied by Klein & feon, having sold out all our stock at auction, we open w ti new stock, the largest and best in .Richmond and 1 h - K e, .. ... Courier-Journa- l, long-continn- your custom and we .will give you the best bargains ever offered before in the county wTant We - close-carria- ge ...'.... .... Courier-Journa- l. ......... .- by-nat- .....". -. -- Men's Suits at S250, Boy's Suits at 50c. Boy's Knee Suits at 58c. Men's Shoes at 75c; Ladies' Shoes at 75c. -- -- worth S(5.()U worth 4.0U worth J.C worth V2o worth l.oO -- '82-S- 5. three-year-o- ld if -- a yd, Dress Goods, a yd. Carpets, - a yd. Floor Oilcloth, 18etsa vd. Lace Curtains, 38cts. a pr. - Cottons, - Ginghamsi - - tjancoes, y"i - f acts, a . yd- - 4cts. 4cts. 8cts. 9cts. a yd. . T Mo-jiMi- - -- 1- ''I .- Overcoats and Capes at your own prices, Table Linens at 15cts. a vd., and every- thinff YOU need in Notions find Fnmialnnp- Hntwls ftlipnnp.r tlijin nvpr nfforp before. We want your trade and we will sajv'e you money. Don't fonret our place. r , . jl CREAM 2". long-distan- ce BAKING m.i ... T v-i- wit minim M l NEW YdRK STORE ll 9 V. . up;ownriilem t . II ? - & 3 -- Jh J fckuitQ, Old Stand.-Co- me Everybody. . . m,&ttk. bttva - V jsTjfO-YiA- -- . y f. Rich 'VJ" K3KSWJ2A?51 i . ' .- Kentucky. 1 MBwwIffliffllWTOlllI 'lull ill .siLi;Vj5.?.- ,- '- - H HHHHHHHHHHHIHHnHHHHHwBj M"""""""M"l'"M"'M''W',Ml,l,MM,IM'MM,,,,,,,MMMI,,"MB,M,l,,l,ll'M'""'MM"'"'""M""MM""i""MiMlMM The trreatest treat "Richmond will I Mr. Polls Stands Pat. Louisville, Ky., March 10, 1897. I You knovir there is one spot in ever linve, will be tho opera Mikado, The Lancfster letter tc the Stanford have hail an attack of malarial fever tho garden where tho Jlowers bloom given, by homo talent. Journal of Friday says: Reports say that every year for several years past. Sqme-oHrfat where their fragrance seems advibed me to try Hood's Sareapar-ill- a, a notice has been posted on H. C. Potts' WEDNESDAY, ArRIL 14, 1897. A Lot Of Scattered Rice. tho sweetest, and tho colorings and I began taking it. I take it every Tom F. Rico and Fount Rice aro flouring mill, about eightniilesfroratown, deepest. It is bo with stores and the ordering him not to sell any more flour pprirg and fall and have found it exceln Go to Mikado. summer stulfs. There is one where sons of Mr. Fountain Rice, Sr.; lent for malaria and other similar dis Rice and Lucien G. Rice are at more thau $2. per hundred. Potts The Pattio A. Clay Infirmary will the effects are choicest the patterns wrote as follows below notice "I will eases. Other members of my family give a Strawberry supper at an early newest the qualities best the prices sons of Taylor Rice, Sr. The four sell flour as I d n please and you can have also taken it with benefit. Mrs. E. date. Poschinger, 924 E. Main St, lowest This store is the one. Cov- young men were raised near Fort Es- find me at liome'any time." till, this county, and five years ngo & Qolien bought of Jas. ington & Mitchill. Now, let him bait a sack of flour with a Wagers were playing in each other's back Hood's Pills act harmoniously with "White four extra nice 1200 lbs cows Hoisted On His Own Palard. yard and sliding down each other's few ounces of croton oil. Hood's Sarsaparilla. 25c. It at 3 cents. Rev. Grider In Trouble. When Democratic papers go to cellar door. As tho colored preacher The tow boat Raymond Horner passed once remarked, "We are here The Mikado, by home talent, will praisingthe act of Republicans it is There is a diversity of opinion regardequal anything ever given here by local time for all decent Republicans to and gone last week. Whar' are wo ing the legality of Rev. Fred Grider's seat Unioutow u with a tow of sixty bargee, .2Jr-WASat tomorrow?" hold their noses. Eh, Walton? performers. in the Legislature and his vote in the pri- equal to 000,000 bushels of coa! Fount, Jr., is Supervisor of the mary. He moved to Madison some When they put a man in jail, he canj Dr. Lewis H. Landman, the Cin- Richmond Pantagraph. Even if Mexican optician, will be at the Willis your proposition were true, you Tom F. Central at Saltillo, Mexico; months ago and left nothing in Casey not follow his natural inclinations He cinnati is digging his fortune out of save a bedstead he wanted to sell and cannot eat what he wants to he is limiwouldn't have to hold your nose. House, """ the gold mines of Wallawalla, Wash- walking cane he forgot. The bed was ted to a very frugal diet. It is not equalEh, Adams? Stanford Journal. Mi-Margaret Parrish will display ington : Rayburn is herding cattle on sold and supposing no doubt that he ly true of a dyspeptic? For all of the Easter Flowers Received. number of cakes in Collins' grocery the plains of Texas; while Lucian G. could vote wherever his favorite cane was real enjoyment he gets out of life, he Mrs. L. R. Henderson received yester- is a student in Bellovue Medical Colfor Easter purchases. he came down and asserted thu right of might as well be in jail. He cannot eat m day two large crates of blooming potted lege, New York. suffrage. The courts will make an investiS- - A. Owens will preach at what he likes nur enough. He suffers plants,twenty different varieties, which :; !:: next Sunday at 11 o'clock a she is already rapidly gelling. For That's tho way to scatter rice! gation of the matter and the statesman-preach- much, ge e .mlesytnpothy. Atfirst, permay yet be prosecuted. E. C. haps a little heaviness in the stomach, a m , and at Red House at 4 o'clock p. Easter she will display, on Saturday, a They can't holler down eacli other's rain barrel now. The way to do is to AV. iu Interior Journal, Oth. windy belchingsand heartlittlesxu m. large quantity of cut flowers, horn order the Climax. burn; iicuiache and billiousness and a Made A Raid Himself. to the handsomest boquets. The play, entitled Charles' Aunt, lo.il tasie in the mouth in the morning. Out For The Legislature. by local talent, April 25, is for the Leave orders for special designs, as 6he The runaway horse which demolic constipation is almost inevitable, i. Dr. Elmer Northcutt announces to ished Col. Tribble's nice buggy could benefit of the Christian Church organ has illustrated catalogue. .I'.d means that the body is holding poisday his candidacy for tho Legisla- not have selected a better place to onous, impure matter tliatshould be gotfund. She Cojs Not Want Tc Secure Damages. ture, subject to the action of the wreck a vehicle than ho did. The ten rid of. The poison is being reab The Climax ha, received an orWhile coming from Richmond to Lan- Democratic party. He is an educa- buggy was standing in front of 's sorbed into the blood and the whole body. der for $C worth of job work, from caster Monday on the K. C. train, says ted gentleman, a man of strong concarriage works, and tiie horse Impurity in the blood may lead to almost Helenwood, Tenn. "And the band the Lancaster items of the victions, and one who would repre- ran squarely over it, through the any disease. Constipation is the start of played ou." Miss Lena Jcnniugs, of Richmond, sent the county with credit. His doors of the and there all. Dr. Pierce's I'leasant Pellets cure The Boonesborough chapter D. was struck by a water coolei, which claims upon the suffrage of the peo- discovered the finest collection of it cousMpation, cure it so it stays cured. A. R. meets with Mrs. C. D.Ctienault was throw n from its place by a sudden ple have not been pressed at all by phmtons, buggies, rockaways, No other remedy iu the world will do on Thursday at 4 p. m. A full meet- jump or jerk of the train. She was un- himself, as he announces in response wagons, etc., ever brought to that. conscious for aw liile. There is talk of a to a strong demand made by those Richmond. Reing a good judge of ing is desired. Send 21 cents in one cent stamps to e a suit for damages on account of s who Know his ability and who re work the horse was about Gilbert and Sullivan's greatest or carelessness on the part of the member his valiant work last fall for to hitch himself up to a barouche World's Dispensary Medical Association, and best opera. Mikado, will be given railroad Buffalo, N. Y., and receive Br. Pierce's company. Democracy. No man in Madison when he was caught and led away 100S page common sense at Court houe by tho best home talmedical advisek, worked harder than he, and none with tears in his eyes. For County Judge. ent. Anril 20th. illustrated. It Mr. Thomas J. Smith announces was less mindful of self interests in A move is ou foot to build a ?20,000 Woodford county has added 15 cents his candidacy for County Judge, sub- that campaign. Likewise few were to its tax rate to be used fur maintaining vanoii bridge across the Kentucky rher as effective in their organization of ; free turnpikes. at Ford. It is a timely scheme and ject to the action of the Democratic the precinct voters. On the score of party. In so doing Mr. Smith yields bhemlil be pushed. 1. He is a native Are gaining favor rapidly. WorklnS "Womam's Hcne Associato the wishes of many influential Democracy he is A all on R. and R S. Crow, agents friends, and proposes to make it "a of Kenton county, Ky., married a Business men and Intra oition, lers carry them vest for Honaker, the Lexington flouri&t, race what is a race" with Pat Sulli- Miss Tyra of Estill 14 years ago, re- pocketi, ladies carry them 21 S. Peoria St.. Chicago HI. In medicine and leae your orders, for Ea.ster van or any other man who enters the sided in Rockcastle two yeais. For In pures, houtpkeepers keep them friends. On. Jan. 11, 1S90. closeta, friendi recommend, them to eight years he has practiced his proOur Working Woman's Home Asocia-tio- n flower.. See ad. elsewhere. lists. Mr. Smith is one of the best The costumes for Mikado will be used Foley's Honey and Tar six .1. W. Eades, lately of Red House, known citizens of Madison, is a fession in Valley View and Million simply grand and everything on the vicinities, and is highly reapected in years ngo. and are using it It has back-bonand is ordT the Climax changed to Lewis-luir- Democrat to the stage will be a la Japano".e. Don't always been a favorite, for w bile its taste in the race to win. See his announce- that section, where he is best known. miss Tenn. Wheat ciop fine, little it. Admission SO cents. Should he be nominated he will is not at all unpleasant its effects are very corn planted, heavy fro&t, and good ment. strengthen tho ticket and will make A course of Hood's Sarsaparilla taken benefici.d.Wishing you all possible suclocality to live. The Mexican Veteran Association a rattling canvass. Meantime his now jvill build up thesystem and prevent cess, sinceiely yours, Laura G. Ffxen, May 1 instead of April 17 is the Of Kentucky will meet in annual reun- professional engagements would not serious illness apr" lm later ou. Get enly Hood's. Bus. Mgr. dat- for the Rook Reception to be ion at Cynthiana on Wednesday, May 12. suffer, as his father is a fine iihysi-cia- n It Jo L. Greathouse is announced as a and would take care of his pagneii by the Alumnae of Madison lS'JT. All Mexican veterans, their wives, Two young men at Monticello, Ky., candidate for Representative in HanThis will be a novel and sons and daughters and honorary mem- tients. died from drinking too many "hot drops," cock county. mo- -t enjoyable alfair. bers are cordially invited to attend. The The Colored Candidate For Jailer Writes which is so often given children in case Mr. Waller Rennett paid $17.50 local committee and other friends and " Tetter, and Kczcma. of coughing. A Card. pi-acre for the forty acres of land citizens of Cynthiana are making ample Editors Climax: The intense itching and smarting inciIf the hair lias been made to grow a dent to these diseases is instantly allayed ld by Mr. R. H.seale. It is located preparations and suitable arrangements Call As a friend and reader of your paLexington and Jack's Creek for the comfort, accommodation and en- per, I wish you to publish this, my natural color on bald heads in thousands by applying Chamberlain's Eye and mi tin of cases, bv usiug Hall's Hair Renewcr, Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases pike, three miles from Richmond, is tertainment for all veterans who may be answer to a card that came out in have been permanently cured by it. It the wliy will it not in your case? able to attend the meeting. It improved, and is a nice place. is equally efficient for itching piles and last issue of the Pantagraph, in reGet K II. Honsox, Mikado at Court House April 20. a favorite remedy for sore nipples; Col. Will IJurnam of color, is ingard to myself and Henry Redd wantchapped hands, chilblains, frost bites President Mexican Veteran Associajured by his own will published last tion. ing office, and intimatingthatwearo, Homo talent. and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. i.s a sober, upright gentlek. He using tiie Pantagraph's term, receivHow many deaths can be traced to a Mr. Crow Accepts. Br. Cadj's Condition Powders, are man, and is not dead nor dead drunk. ing a snug little sum for asking office ' slight cold ?" The record of mortality Rev. Win. Crow an- at tho hands of the Republican party would be greatly reduced if every home just what a horse needs when in bad Elsewhere Hoping this will find him thus and blood purifier condition. nounces his candidacy for Countj I say, in the most emphatic terms, was supplied with a bottle of Dr. Bell's vermifuge. Tonic, are not food and -- atisfy his injured innocence we are, They but School superintendent, in response such is not the case with me. No Pine Tar Honep. Thegre.it exterminator medicine and the best in use to put a etc. to the urgent call upon him in the Democrat has ever offered me any- of coughs, colds, croup and kindred affec- horse in prime condition. Price 25 Misses Campbell and Gum, of sents per package week. We can only thing at any time. I will say for the tions. It State College, won first and second Climax was then said Mr. benefit of the Pantagraph, that the The Bath county silver primary was honors respectively in the girl's reiterate what The younger men of Uniontown have very quiet and a not very largo vote was Crow's upright life, his broad educa- young colored voters will organize declamatory contest at Cynthiana tion, his popularity with all" classes what will be known as the Young a plan on foot to organize an athletic polled. Tuesday. Miss Stella Wilmot repreand conditions, Mill enable him to Men's Colored Winston Dallard Club club. They may erect a handsome buildEverybody Says So. sented Caldwell High School, and add great strength to the Democratic of Richmond. I can't understand ing. w as. in the race for a place. Cascnrets Candy Cathartic, the most wonp'eas-aticket should he be nominated. And why some some of the Republicans the As baldness makes one look premi derful medical discovcrv oftasle, cge, pently act and refreshing to the The Kentucky Carriage AVorks, a if elected no county in the State will speak in such harsh terms of me, be- turely old, a full head ot hair gives to nntHiowels, 60 and positively on Kidneys, li or , home institution, can sell chicles of have a Superintendent who is his cause I feel as though am entitled diicl colds, I mature life the appearance of youth. cleansing the entire sjsU-incuiii licadaclio, fever, habitual onstipation foieign or domestic make cheaper superior. to some of tho easy places. Ever To secure this and preent the former, and biliousness. Please buy anil try a box than you can buy them yourself, as a For Assessor. since I was free I have supported my Ayer's Hair Vigor is confidently recom- ofO. C. C to euro10, 2T. .".Oicnt". fcSoIuand by all drurgists. guaranteed matter of iour.se. To go to the city Mr. Thomas Jones, of the Million party, lost my time, and spent my mended. Both ladies and gentlemen pre for a new rig is to pay out money that Some hemp has been sold in Woodford i is announced as a own money, and now the Pantagraph fer it to any other dressing. It MaIi.. I.. n.A:i... The Metropolitan Democratic dai'j could be saved to get a new sot of har- District, candidate for Assessor, subject to the managers, with others, think that Great interest is being taken in the county for $3.25, but the market is gen All persons indented to the firm of D. and weekly paper, "The Louisville Disness and there i no reason foi doing action of the Democratic party. Mr. nothing is too hard for them to say of Kentucky Swine Breeders' Association, erally pull. J. Snow den and D. S. "Wilcox for the patch," will make its appearance the it. Jones is known as one of the faithful mo. Go on, brothers, you are doin which convener in Bowling Green toservices of Tom Covington for the year first week in April. J. II. Kennedy will "WTiea Traveling, We make a boy look like a gen- fifty Democratic votes that could al- me more good than harm, from the 180(5, Whether ou pleasure bent, or business, countsare hereby notified to settle all" ac take suliscriptions for Madison county. with D. J. Snowden. tleman and feel like a king in one ways bo counted on in the Poosey way my friends are coming to see me morrow. of taken on every trip a bottle of Syrup Otliiencxt door to Richmond National Waco, Ky. apr7 3t of our nobby spring suits. This line precinct. The Climax has no hesi- at my placo of business. I don't have The latest results of pharmaceutical Figi, as it aits most pleasantly and effectmar24 4w Rank. was .selected with a view of making tancy in saying, that he is worthy to go out and look them up; they science and the best modern appliances Judy Ann Johnson, aged eijhty, wasJ ually on the kidneys, liver, bowels, prelHith parents and bos our friends. and well qualified for tho position to come to me, and don't you forget, I are availed of in compounding Ayer's venting fevers, headrches, and other burned to death in her home in Bourbon Missouri Farms For Sale. The boys want suits that look right which lie aspires. If nominated he will be on tho carpet till the bugle S:rsaparilla. Hence, though forms of sickness. For 6ale in 50 cents county. have three very desirable farms I in existence as a medicine, it Is fulthe parents wants suits that cost will carry the strength of his party sounds. Winstox Ballard. and SI bottles by all leading druggist. A Life For 5Cc. within 20iidlesof Fulton. Mo. Also a ly abrest of the age in all that goes to riht, and the combination is guar- and go some better, and if .elected April 10, 1S97. Fig Manufactured by the California Many people have been cured of Kid- large list of cheap farms in Calloway make it the standard anteed at our store. Covington & will make a fine officer. It Syrup Company only. apr7 lm ney disease by taking a 50c. bottle of county, Mo , for Kile Circular and prh e Well Recommended. Mitchell. The Bowline Green Manufacturing ipr7 lm Why go away from home for style list sent free on application. The fruit growers are hoping the frosts Foley's KiduevCure. The Climax, while it wants noth- Company will begin the manufacture of M Our 'Ninety-Seve- n Base Ball. finish, durabihtv, and prices, when all ing from the McKinley administrareported. F. S. Posto:;, last w eek w ere not as fatal as Metropolis is suffering fiom an cpi- Complete Line of machines in a short its on cm be had by calling orf our old reliable C. U. beat State College Fulton, Mo. mar24 4w tion itself, is perfectly willing and while. are the most inventive peo- demie of divorce suits. Americans biturday. tailor. G. Schafhansen, at the old stand anxious to assist the good Republiple ou earth. To them have been itsued Spring Acquire? Centre 10, Georgetown 0. over White it Gibson's store? lie has can friends in this neck of the woods Horace Greeley once said: ''The way to nearly GOO 000 patents, or more than That the impurities which havo accumuover COO samples ot suits. Go and see to some of the loaves and fishes. resume :s to resume," speaking of again Raidsrs Al Work. of all the patents issued in the lated in your blood during the winter 1 or yourself and learn priees. apr 7 3w The Climax is not unwilling to ad- putting gold into circulation after the war. world. No discovery of modern years has shall be promptly and thoroughly expel I'o.- the second time the pate one mile Enough For all the Winter Evenings t But you may say "resume" nny number mit that its motives are a little selfish. Physicians Meet. from Kirksille, in charge of Mrs. Giady, been of greater benefit to mankind than led if good health is expected. When the Most of the appointments to be re- of times to that torpid liver of yours and Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-rh- wanuer weather comes these impurities Kentorn down. Thomas Cotton's farm w.is The Central and Southeastern it wou't budge until you take Simmons Remedy, or has- done more to re- are liable to manifest themselves in vagates were burned: he is a director in tucky Medical Societies met in Wal- commended to the president are for are the n Liver Uegulator. Many people seem to 50 of a ton's Opera House at Stanford, and places out of town and when all the lieve pain and suffering. J. W. Vaughn, rious was and often lead to serious illthe pike. Janie-- Layton, keeper local Republicans are safily stored forget that Constipation, Billiousness and of Oakton, "Ky.. says: "I have used ness. Unless the blood is rich and (TWO HUNDRED pate nearby, has moved his family away probably the best meeting ever held pure th followfofT prize novelsregular price FIFrY pases, AND Fim-SIaway on the South Sea Islands or Sick Headache are all caused by a slug- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarfor bafeH. was this. One does not have to be a that tired feeling will sfilict joti, your cts.); for FIFTY cents any FOUlt: for ONE DOLLAR AND Mountains, it will gish liver Keep the liver active. DOLL Ml any TEN: for rhoea Remedy in my family for pevcral appetite will fall and you will find your- A II ALF the whole library ONE disciple of Esculapius to enjoy tho Greenland's Icy of SIXTEEN volumes. To Mote To Nicholasville. tho Democrats a clear field to leave Christ Church oLLexington has a new yeais, and find it to be tho best medicine self "all run down." Hood 'a Sarsaparilla 1 SALE OF A SOUL. By ClLi account of the meeting as described Mrs. Ed. Rowland left Saturday flhn tret the benefit of that great wave of rector in the person of the Rev. John I ever used for cramps in the stomach tones and f COUSIN OF THE KINO. By A. S. Van strengthens the sistr in' drives in the Interior Journal by "S. R." for Nicholasville. About May 1 Mr. rood enough, prosperity now making a mad rush Xeher Lewis, Jr., of Homesdale, Pa. and bowels. For sale by W. G. White out all impurities and makes p'ire, rich MONTHS IN HADES. By Clarice I. for Sam Rurdette. through Wall Street. and Mrs. Rowland will remove to apr7 lm OF CHANCE. By Captain healthy blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla is were GO physicianspresent. Dr. What use is there in eating when food Richmond Ky. The idea that the Climax is to Alfrwl Thomjwin. Nicholasville. Their residence, 208, There Foster, of this city, being KENT. Bv Charles StoieWyna J. M. the one true blood purifier and the best there are to A Lexington prophet these Republicans is not an does you no good in fact, when it does 5th St., has been rented to Rev. W. among ECLIPSE OF VIRTUE. By Champion spring medicine. Bo sure to get only the number. Dr. .Jos. Price, assist DiuII. M. McMillan, the new pastor of the afterthought. It was fully decided you more harm thau good, forsuch iu the he nine more snows before summer. UNSPEAKABLE SIREN By John Gllllat. By UaroM U. Hood's. apr7 lm the eminent surgeon of Philadelphia, upon ns soon as the returns from the c.ise if it is not digested? DKEADrUL WOMAN s eoiid Presbvterian Church. Mrs. A. Inveen, residing at 720 Henry was the guest of honor, and he perBy Ollmer McKen- you have a loathing for food there is DEAL IN DENVER. If The farmers are itching to get out election came in. For his fair and The Young Echcmoth. formed two operations for ovar'oto-my- , gentlemanly management of the no use of forcing it dow n, for it w ill not St., Alton, III., suffered with sciatic their tobacco plants. MONARCH CYCLE MFG. CO. W SAYS GLADYS. By David ChrUtla eight mouths. She for over T.EVTY0KK. CHICAGO with the ease and skill which has Republican GIRL. BjLIL Casej county's fat boy, Fi ed Durham, be digested. You must restore the diges- rheumatism W campaign in Madison doctoral for it nearly the whole of this Don't Tobacco Spit and Bmoie Yoar iifo Away. - falhi g off, but he hain't the appear- made his name famous in abdominal MARRIAGE FOR HATE. By Harold K. Wi had decided upon a juicy tive organs to their natural strength and time, using various remedies reccommen-de- d the Climax Retail Sal'srcoms: If yon want to quit tobaixo us ug easily Ajhland Ave. 9 (fli ance of a consumptive vet. lie 1ms lost surgery. I lie good citizens oi Stan- plum for Mr. C. C. Wallace, some- cause the food to be digested, when an 153 Dearborn 5t TIIE SULPHUR. By T. a De Chicago WROXQ MAN by friends, and was treated by the and foievcr. beniaaewcll,stnjup,,maguetic, Xi "angels of mercy" appetite will come, and with it a radish full or new lire and vigor, tako By Anita nine pounds and now only weighs 211. ford treated the HUNT FOR HAPPINESS. thing like Collector, but he modestly physicians, but received no Mief. She the that makes weak met Ik- is 13 ear&oU, five feet two inches with unstinted hospitality, and all STRANSFEXrERIMENT By strong. Many gain aspires to be High Sheriff of Madi- for food then used one and a half bottles of Over lOO.OOu cured. ten pounds in ten days It. Vynne. of youi Buy the praise which thy deserve is son, which takes hiin from the list. The tried, languid feeling will give high, and uotwithstrnding his corpuChamberlain's Pain Balm, which effected drupgist, under gnaranleo to cults, 50c oi M&" Indicate by the numbers the novels you vant. lence he is as active as a cat. Interior theirs for evermore. nprl4-l- y Tho Demmies will slay hiin for that place to vigor and energry then you will a complete cure. This is published at her 1.00. Booklet and sample mailed f recC Ad. Journal. Rey. Wm. Crow's Card. office, .and ho will regret he didn't put flesh on yotir bones and become request, as she wants others similarly af- Sterling Kemedy Co., Clncaco or N 3W York. s rong. The Shaker Digestive Cordial as Grateful To The Infirmary Folks. accept the Collectorship. Truck irardiiers are badly delayed iu Editors Climax: flicted to know what cured her. The 25 recom- made by the Mount Lebanon SI inkers and 50 cent sizes for sale by W. G. White their work. WE ARE AGENTS FOR Mrs. L. it Kirkpatrick, who came I had been absent from the county Following are some other food already digested and is a from Nicholasville to be operated for six weeks, and returned on Wed- mendations which will be sent in as contains apr7 lm Richmond, Ky digester of foods as well. Its action is Without a single exception, there upon at the Infirmary recently, and. nesday last and for the first time was soon as the moon changes. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office. April prompt and its effects permanent. Tomorrow will be the 154th annivers- 6th, 1S97 SEALED Washington, D. C, be re- is beyond doubt no greater or more Minister to Hawaii, salary $2,400 PROPOSALS Mill Mho recovered from a dangerous apprised by the call in your paper of ceived at this office until 2 o'clock, p. m., on ary of the birth of Thomas Jefferson. trouble, writes a beautiful and heart- the desire of my friends that I should per annum E. Tutt Rurnam. the 27th day of April 1897, and open id imme- popular newspaper in the Unket Doctors prescribe Lazol because it has for all the labor U. S. Marshal. $4,000 TJ. S. Coyle. Two years ago R. J. Warren, a druggist diately thereafter, the approaches to and mate- States than the Cincinnati Enquirer, felt letter of thanks to the Infirmary make tho race for County School tha U. S. rials required for all the virtues of Castor Oil and palata$2,800 brought a small Post Office building at Richmond, Kentucky, or a more successful publisher than management, for the unsurpassed Superintendent. I need not add that Special Sugar Inspector, at Pleasant Brock, N. Y., ble. Jt supply of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. in accordance with the drawing and specifica ' treatment received. tion, copies of which may be had at this office I was surprised had it been men- T. C. Witt. office ot Superintendent Dead Letter Office, A peculiar malady is general with the He sums up the resft as follows: ''At or the Ky. Eachthe Superintendent at Rich- - I 11s proprietor, lur. jtr.ii r.. .o:ci.i"3n. tioned to me previously I should not mone, bid must be accompanied by For Magistrate. prices for the Dailj The in this a, ccroiueu cuect ivr u sum uuu ics uiau per dogs at Waverly. Several dogs have bar that time the goods were unknown have given the idea serious consider- $2,.'0 W. A. Powell. cent, of the amount of the proposal bnquirer have been maintained, and Mr. J. R. Henry is announced in Cough The right is reserved to reject any - all bids Special Detective to prevent fraud- ked themselves to death. investigated the section, today Chamberlain's ation. Rut I have this issue of the Climax for Justice source of the call and find that it no ulent registration during heated defect Remedy is a household word." It is the and to waive any deemed or informality in any its circulation largely increased ccch in the interest of the bid, should it be DisBook Receptions. of the Peace in the Kirksville $10,000 E. G Parish. Go eminent to do so. All proposils received year; hard times and cheaper jourof communities same in hundreds less substantial than complimentary, campaigns, after the time stated for opening vill bs recomposed of Rurnam, Tevis trict, The Alumnae Association of Madison Where ever the good qualities of Consul General to Banckok, $4,200 Wm. Martn Aiken, nals failing to arrest its onward march and, I believe, sufficiently urgent to turned to the bidders Institute will give a Book Reception for and Crutcher precincts. He an- induce me to enter tho canvass. As and fees John C. Hondren. . apr!4-2Congh Remedy become known Supervising Architect. and high .ippreciation of the public the benefit of the Institute Library of nounces himself as being in favor Computer of Gold Bullion at tho Saturday, May 1st from 2 to h tiie people wit' have nothing else. For far as possible I shall endeavor to for its true worth and merit. free turnpikes. If elected he will Million. o'clock "in the afternoon, and from 7 sile by W. G. While Richmond Ky. see see the people and discuss the Mint, $4,000-El- zie make a good oillcer. The Weekly Enquirer at beginLirg to 10 o'clock in the evening. apr7 lm Envoy Extraordinary and Minister matter with them privately. ThankAll persons of the campaign year was ofTerc1. at reIn The Plenipotentiary to Egypt, $3,500 Dr. the school andinterred in the success of Th: Difference Is The Greatest ing those partial friends who are Earlington has follow ed Meddlesboro's its students are cordially World. sponsible for my intrusion upon your Phillip Roberts. and earnesly invited to attend and to example by adoptiuf a Curfew law. 50 cents a year, and its circulation, es bring a book thus milling to the nucleus Consul General to Alaska, increased by the addition of ever Tiie Climax has sent 253 subscriptions epace, Havo You Had the Grip? of a horary already formed. Long. I am Respectfully. ti the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer since Handsomest '97 200,000 'new subscribers; the rrost by Refreshments will If you have, you probably need a reliaTo Prevent The Adoption of the youngest and prettiest he served iiud the Wm. Crow. Ojt. 30. In the same length of time it engraduates, substantial and coveted testimonid a and BICYCLE Manufactured. Mexicanized 50c Silver Dollar, $5,000 tertaining committees ami committees to ble medicene like Foley's Honey just For Rent. has sent to the Courier-Journstop the rackpublisher could desire. S. E. Welch. receive books wil)doalliu their power Tar to heal your lungs and three. There was a time, not long ago, A nice five room cottage on 7th Street Minister to Siberia, $1,800 Speed for the pleasure of their guest's The ing cough incidental to this disease. When asked for the secret of s.'.cli was the most good cellar, all necessary when the Courier-Journapr7 lm members of the Association nre deter success, Mr. McLean frankly answers pipjlar of all the papers which iame to and a large garden. For further partic Taylor. mined to make the occasion a great Agent To Make Arrangements For success. Lexington people will give a benefit The Enquirer has no opinions to for.c ltiilimond. ulam call on or address, n.o Tay Days, Fees John Taylor, Ex-A list of books of which the students for the flood sufferers tonight. upon its patrons, it simply prints the Mat S. Cohe.v, Fire Al Bcrea. have especial and daily need will be M. facts and tells the truth that the'reader Richmond, Ky. apr-4- 1 V. Ira and at A Ward to Physicians. ' Consul atMadagascar, $2,500 H. B. found at B. but Turner's, Joe'd confine the Fire broke out Monday night in tho no donor need drugstore!, his IM you known that many broad minmayTorm his own opinions. By summer kitchen of the house occupiI have just received the handsomest gifts to the books mentioned as many ded physicians are using Foley's Honey maintaining the price of the paper, ed by lawyer Tom. Coyle, at Rerea, lot of Surrics, Phretons and Buggies Consul at. Shanghai, $3.800 Tom books not in the list are much needed and Tar Cough Syrup iu their practice? ,J and will be gratefully received. destroying it and extending to a ever brought to this town, for the Coyle. more news and greater variety can lie They have found no remedy that gave as The addition of these books to the Li satisfactory results fur .dlihroat and lung smoke-housdeSenwhich vas also prices at which I will sell them. To Promote Election of TJ. S. furnished, and every class of business brary will greatly increase the Interest complaints aa this great cough medicine : Corrugated Tubing, 1 xf in. Shanks. stroyed. Damage has not yet been Hard times have brought down ators. $7,500r-Mi- lo sipr7 lm aud efficiency of the school. They will interests catered to, tYhich a-- cheapei Oil Reservoir Hubs. estimated. The prompt and efficient prices, and thpse vehicles have To ."Keep Negroes Iu Line and Pre- he used by your children or yonr neighjournal cannot aGbrd. The Marshall county eilver primary work of the townspeople and students been bought at very low figures, and vent Their Nomination For Office, bors' children, and so iu Write for a Catalogue. , The comraunitywill be benefited. brought out a big vote. .support given the & prevented what might have been a I will give my customers the benefit $50,000 Tom Adams. Every Wheel 'wirraateii , Reception wi!i be held in the parThe Enquirer by the pubheatjarge, makes . For Sals very serious conflagration. A college of these low prices. Minister To Switzerland r B. J. lors of Madison Institute. Uemembor DmI DJrict "Witk Us. If ' it iHCumlit uporCthejmaBagement IjftT boy from Chicago, true to the tradi,cows. One with nrst Repairing and painting vehicles Clay. the list of Ittoks may be found .at-Two nice jersey Eecond. ,M nfcctartd hf tions of the great western city, mado done in the best manner, very cheap. to serve It Crithfulty with; zeal arid en This will be the allotment of jofllces Turner b dry goods store, Joe s and ataIJ calf and tiie otbec with or address,For i r the drugstores.- -. : K furtther Particulars call on himself immortal by his heroic and All work guaranteed. Call and see from Madison, as the. Teat of the Hi KALBACH A SjDtf, terprise in raiBormatterslas "We a . J. K:.Boa. A. B, BuRyAM.:PreBldwic.: IF r'Z'. party is nowileated at;Frankferfc.ea S: L. Midkift. successful attempts to save the pork me. tfeoN "f grettriinrgBitwdx -t i j j mtmmmmtmmmmm iu (he smoko-hbusHpfli-l- m The Richmond Climax. Mikado, Apr. 20. I ue Ray-bur- &,, The Beautiful Display H . to-d- ay :' " to-da- y. s w& . GOODS an er g m ie-- 3, Don-elson- Interior-Journa- l. ware-room- s, negli-gem- high-clas- T BUSY BEE mIs the Talk """of tke Town. m H i it iiJ s Pi lis 4 J g. e, to-da-y. B ! - ln-titu- te. il, jg ,pA S ft S ' i. K y& Salt-IMicu- m r W And See Them And Prices. m lat w 1. OIDHAM &ffiMPANY P ut W:fl i& to-da- y IBPl O blood-purifie- r. World Loves a Winner I M mj( a le 11-- 9, fence-buildi- one-thi- nl oTgiMMMkl X - 1 ma ALMOST FREE. lOflai Cll Blcycles g J - town topics, swaraj Mc-- 6-- i I S Supreme Result A" 1 SIX 11-- AN 12-- AN I Experience 1- -A st- ! 3 - 10SD0Z k g W HjX Tftk l- 17- -A I-- 87-S- W HE IIE - wonder-worke- r, n-H- ER Jolm R. McLean's Great Newspaper. 1 g old-tim- e o- Cham-berlian- 's ( The $2,500-Jam- Cycle Lebanon , (IIPIIl al -- al 7 P. j PATEE Now RACYCLE, it makes e, Irice, $75.00. difference whether you ride a wheel or not, coine and examine whnt we have and you crSt 1 -- jut will see something which will either-case,th- e , very-liber- al interest you. JF B -- sj ,.. ..ws. -- vT- - y- si i -- . I R. &JZROW I .'' The Richmond Climax. ADVERTISING SATES. O H "II J 1- - T !l i " I ' ' iioJiriruTJUijuinjL-ifi-r -- KENTUCKY Th NEWS. A Later: News From An Parti of th Corunsaweotb. Ky.. nl April THE GRAND JURY, It It Thoniht. Will Not Indict Dr. Mantel atorial situation Sunday nijjht was unchanged, except that the sound money democrats will assist in breaking; the quorum Monday pending; the accounty Franklin the tion of charges the in grand jury bribery against attemptol of John IL Wilson, lion. W. Godfrey Hunter, the present republican nominee for senator, and others. The general opinion here is that tha grand jury will not return any indictments against the gentlemen accused of oribery. Monday's session will be devoid of interest. Several republican members have cxpresed their determination not to vote for Hunter until the allesred charges of bribery are cleared up. Unusual developments are looked for Tuesday or Wednesday; both sides say this, and what the unusual developments are is impossible to determine. CHAMPION BALD To llacn Tom Cooper lit Detroit; Mich., on Fraxkfout, Miit O tiTA Ac of llribery. 12. Ihe sen- SPACE. S IT S J If J l o S 3 5 6 7 5 I Inch Inches3 4 $ Inches, Inches j 17s 50 i oo J l 5 J Inches. 300 Ji jrnl, r jlCol. " mi 'n .,... 3 50 too , .v. 4 00 6 00 50 7 00 00 10 00 3 50 00 12 on H oj 50 1500 5 6 00 ooi 18 00 9 00 13 00 27 00 1100 '7 7S 34 50 .v. 4 5 $ JS" IS ool 19 00 23 00 M 270c 43 40 00 60 50 00 So fto no! It 7 00 17 50 fnoo !!!! 50 wllich the s. Hocsi-Tb- ls pectant Mother is ws bill day to the home, a number ef ne bilm wero presented. T!ie ' eXOOSed ajld the debate between Mr Wnlls (Jem) and Mr. foreboding" Y7ltll tiowara (rrp ). roe aiicuuion ttrov out ui which she looks resolution to Investigate the management ol The lollowlm; are forward to the the Kddrville the bills Introduced: llj Mr liar An act hour of woman's preserlbln? the duties of tbe roirnlssioner ol ajrlculture. It also reducut ibe upproprla-tlo- severest trial. All for the commlssion4r'8 cm 'o tromtla.OCK effort should be to J7.000 pir tear By Jlr S N Klce An act tt proTlde for tbe rebuilding ot the .orksbnpslc made to smooth tQ I n Ilimie of Jteprra-ntittlvFTtAMcruKT, K?.. April 10. Senatc Nc bu.lnes ot general lmportauco tranced LEGISLATURE. Wevr Ittlli Intrndneod Number of THE Id tbf Few Appreciate the ANTI.RAIDERS' BILL. Xhn Homo May Take n Vote oil It Wed. iittMitMy, irtnnrLruijtruaririirjj j DANGER Fbamcfort. Ky.. Ap-- 7 The houe spenl most of its scKsion cons dcrlntf "the r lders' bill." Toe b.Il na d bated la committco o! the whole, with Mr. Still, ot ll te e Jr nnnnnnxnnnnru ( 'h. To brinff the morKjj' saving public to our store. A telling attack on values. Our constant endeaver to push t ness unlooked for even by the most exacting. quality up and crowd the price down brings the knowing shopper here and m..' this the . 4 , 00 00 00 st first noticeno cents a line lorinsertion-Obiluirics cents a line Tor each additional et and similar mat-- t resolutions of htlf rates. No specified poution. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- act to reduce tho salaries; ot the railroad commissioners fro n f I.4U0 to 1 1.5 0 Mr An act fixing Ices of oil inspectors ns An uct for tb? of lesocis and Incjmbranco on real Dod-Bo- the Eddrvllle iienltentiarr Thj bit! appropriates J 15.03 for tho purpose Mr Catron-A- n n these ruffg-eplaces in life's pathway for her, p ' i vm J l! f i 11 Fayette li tho chslr. Mr V olett. of Franklin, ma let e pr.nclpal speech in faior ot tne bill, aa.l la K trjathed djUsa-to tbe mob spirit of Kentucky-- Mr. Howard, ot Uutler, nnd thj bill Mr. Phelp. ot Fayette, also Mr. Lyoas, of npbell. sail thit while opposed to all forms ot lawlesness, he did not belitvo la Incumbering the statute books with laws ot this hanctr which, in his opinion, would prove inoperative and useless Tbe bill was sill under consider .lion when tbe joint fcioncJ convened. It '.1 1 probably come up for pi&saito Wednesday. j, - d -- I KENTUCKY DEADLOCK. State Senator lli.iry II. Martin, Gold Democrat. Placrd In Nomination fur U ilteii bttr enjtcir. FitANKKOhT, Ky., April 7. Tho fea- r, estate public wirchousiH It privides pin titles (or notvsiamiln whisky made In unoiUcr state witb tbj umn and Iccailon of the distiller Mr Taorne An art llxinj duties ol 'Mother's Friend" allaj's Nervousness, and so assists Nature that the change goes forward "in an easy manner, without such violent protest in the way of Nausea, Headache, mc. tiJooniy forebodings, yield to cheerful and hopeful anticipations she passes through the ordeal quickly and without pain is left strong and and enabled to lOVOUslv -,i holv dul:es fnrm thp h:.rh J now devolved upon her. Safety to life of both is assured by the use of "Mother's Friend," and the time of recovery shortened. A ( Upon Every! Busiest Furniture Store In Central Kentucky. Bottle ) ) assssBsBsBBSBssaBBBBMSBi EJ! K f c " f? cinouiT junon. T J Scott is a candiilate for reelection to theofllc" of OimiU-Iiulirin this (the 2Tth) Judicial Demosubject to tlie action of the cratic paaty. o BOOK PROGRArVIME Tor the Cnuiln? Spring Mcrtlni; of th T.ouisvii.t.K, Ky., April 10. Secretary Price Kriday issued the book pro- l.nuUlll Jiipicey Club COMMONWEALTH'S ATTOKNKY. U . 5 to tin oflloe or date for Com! lonwenlthV Attorney in this the Jutli) Judicial Uistricr, Miujet--i to the action of the Democratic party. !' I .11 - u I I f H t J' ?! I 1 LI 4 i I 3 rv -- 1 C Bald has accepted a challenge from rival, Tom Cooper, his for a match race at Detroit, Cooper's home, on Decoration day. May SO. The match will be a mile, three heats, for a pure, and prob ibly a side bet. At the samo time ltald accents the COUKT. challenge of Yalter Sanger, of Milwau FOK JUDGE MADISON COUNTY kee, for a mile race, three heats, for a I horehv announce myself a candi- purse and a side bet of $1,003, to be Coun date for Judfie of the Madison 01 ridden after the Csoper race. Bald uie will then go to Denver to meet ty Court, subject to t:ie action Democratic party. in a match set for May 31, P. H. SULLIVAN. but was postponed on account of the He will race Cooper engagement. Owen Kimble on Fountain's-Ferr- y FOK JMLEK. track, one mile, three heats, early in JnniM C. Lackey i a eintlidate for May for a purse of S50Ql Mibj to the J.i ler of M idison count , A Lifetime hi hii Asytom. ac.ion of the Democratic party. Hnrxi.NSYii.LE, Ky.. April Jesse A. T. Fish i a candidate for Jailer Ad.'m , the oldest inmate of the Yest-er- n county, subject to the of Madison lunitic asylum, near this city, action of the Democratic party. di d at that institution Saturday evenWo are authorized to announce P. ing, aged S3 yeirs. He was from Ken 35 ItKOAiinus as candidate for Ja'le; ton county, and was one of the first county, subject to the inmates received at the or Madi.-whero action of the Democratic party. when it was first opened, 41 years Wo are authorized to announce ago, bein? transferred from the Lexfor Jailer of hid Jkssk Com: a candidate to the action ington asylum, where haHaving been no confined manv years. Madison county, subject known relatives, he was buried of the Democratic party. in the asylum cemetery. We are authored to air""inee Mr-Ibxral ( lai Orcumzsl. C. Gorm'e a candidate for ct Xiciiolasv llk. Ky., April 12. Jailer of Mautauii county. miij rty. to There is jierhaps more rationalists, t ie action of the Democratic p: agnostics and liberals in this town nnd county than in any other place in vo.t sui'T. rum.ic the state of the same size, and Friday Mbs. John Williamson is a can- night the "Jessamine Liberal club" Indidate for Superintendent Public sub-je- e was organized. Mr. J. L. Logan was elected president and Mr. J. L. Yolf struction for Madison county, to the action of the Dt mocratic secretary. The club v ill start with a membership of ."0. party. Ml(lnl;ht Ex utiiin l"Horr-iFRANhFJiiT, Ky.. Apr 1 12. The FOK SUrnKINTKNDKNT OK l'BI'.UC house pase Representative Thorn's SOIIOOLS. bill providing for the execution of a candidate for criminals ius'da the walls of the peniJ. W. W..ni::is is Schools of tentiary by 55 to '11 Su jarintendent of Public M uli.son county.snbject to the action Tnorn spoke advocatin" his bill anil of the Democratic party. referred to the J.iek iur execution and its cost to the state, 'i he bill FOK CLKKK MADISON CI11CUIT COUKT. provides for execution at midnight. Snator-rt ,Il.icxr l 12 Sonatir-elec- t S. H.Thoius. Jit., incumbent, is Lkxixotox, Anril for Clerk of th Madison a candidate M. IL llagar was in Lexington Circuit Court, subject to the action Sunday on his way to Frankfort, where of the Democratic party. He suche will be sworn in Monday. ceeds the late Senator Salyer, a gold COUNTY CI.KKK. FOK Senator Hasrar will vote democrat We are authorized to announce for Jo Blackburn for United States to John V. White a candidate Madis.ni senator, as he does not subscribe to the srold idea himself as Clerk of County Court, subject to the action FaIu uf Koa;li Kod Sold. of theDemocratic party. OwF.NSBor.o. Ky., April 12. Pursuant We ar" authorise d to announce to a decree of the United States court a candidate Ihe commissioner, P. II. Darby, sold Ph. II. Iv. Middlet-ifor Co mty Clerk or Madison, subject the Owensboro, Falls of Hough & to t'ae action of the Democratic party. Green River railroad at public auction at noon. Judge James Pirtie bid in the road for S150.000 for the Illinois SIIUKIKI'. F0K Central, and deposited a certifi d check II. II. Coia'kk is a candidate for for SJ5.000. Sheritf of MadiMJii county, .subject Milt 11h;t Majority. to the action of the Democratic West LiBEirrr, Ky., April 12. Morgan county gave Hon. D. Milt Hager P rty. B07 majority over Capt J. M. Atkeson in the special senatorial election. MaFOR COUNTY ASSE .OI i a candid ite goffin county gave Atkeson 138 majorJames C. MiiiLKu for Assessor or Madison county, sub- ity. It is thought Mr. Hager's majorject to the action or tho De nocatic ity in the distr.ct will bs from 330 to Hkn. A. Ciutchkk directs the r as :i candihtin"lf Louisville, April two-year-o- ld Decnrntlon Ijr. 12. Champion E. Hach-enberg- er li gramme for the coming : spring meeting of the Louisville Jockey Club Ten stakes, including the big Kentucky derby ami tl.c iiu.ujj Louisviue i.uur-- , ity, will be run during the 12 tlavs The derby will, as usual. ti run on the opening day, Wednesday, May 12, while the futurity will bo run ou the following Saturday, May 15. The other stake days are: "I know one. lady, tbe mother of three children, Debutante, May 13; Illuegrass 14: who suffered greatly in ILe birth of ech, who obtained a botllo ot 'Mother' Friend' of mo n Co-IT; Clark 19; Cadet 2U; before her fourth confinement, and was relieved Fr.ink Kehr 21; Kentucky Oaks 2.!; i quickly. AH agreo that their labor was shorter Kingston 2V In addition to these . and less painful." JonK G. romitx, Macon.Ga. stakes a gentlemen's cup. race will be ' Sent by Mall, on receipt of price. SLOO PEIi . i i BOTTLE. BookTO EXPECTANT mc given, it i.esiucs .i purse tuai. rucs hi mailed freo, containing v&luaulo MOTHERS" information the winner, a valuable piece of plate and voluntary testimonials. winning rider. THE BRADFIELD RCCULATCR CO..ATL.rsTA,GA will be to the SOLO OY ALL DRUGGISTS. The purses will be S330, S403 and The programme book is one of the handsomest turf publications ever in the west. THE LEGISLATURE. THE BOX GUR3T. Warn-iFranchise Kill Favorably I'o portnd by tho Ilousn Commlttd. " And SCO.OfO In Sllvpr nnd Puper Hunt) 9. Cr-.ck- er , ! pit-sentc-d 2-- 24 Wm asj-lu- Sun-da- j- 1 conveying a box of money front the vaults of the Trust Co. to the City national bank here iViday the bottom ol in the box gave way and about silcr and paper money fell to the street The siler which had been done up in rolls burst from the papers holding it, and scattered in very direc-- t on. The street was full of people, nnd a crowd quickly assembled, anxious to assist the two bank officials, Messrs Will Stoll and Cd Tanner, in gathering up the coin. The men, with the assistance of the police, vera success 'ul in getting all the money into the box and convey ing it safely to the City National. how-over, .Lexington. ton. on a htrt In Lexing- K3'., April 10. While rHAMtroRT. Ky. April Too house judiciary committee Thuridar morninsr lep rt3J favorably the bill permitting vomea to vote in school elections nni l- - be elected school trust;o. Mr. Ltods cf Cmpbell. chirked that the bill had been railroad d through the t committee, and ho mnda a eg inst it belnc ordered to a second reading. It was flnally by a vote of 41 to 21 Mr 'Jompkinsof Davies, chairmin of the special bribery investigating committee. on a question of personal privilege, cta-xe- d tho republican majority of the committee with suppressing objects for which the commit.ee wai the created and asked that the matter be referred back to the house and the 'committee be discharged Mr. Howard (rep.) defended the committ so and showad that the charges were unfounded The matter went oer without a vote. alter Ritchie city solicitor of Ludlow, is hero lookln; after the fourth class charter amendment! now pending in the scnato.- fU-hV 1 Paducaii, Ky., April 10. The fiscal court has decided to buy all the turnpikes in McCracken county, provided the city of Paducah will donate it! share in them to the county. This ac-- t on was taken because of threats to destroy the gates and tollhouses Lexington. Ky., April 10. At tho horse salss Kriday, Ashland Wilkes, a famous trotting stallion, 15 years old, nnd siro of John K. Gentry. 2:00"4, was to I'rook Curry, Lexington, for C7.59D. Ho sold at a private sale a year ago for SVO0O. steady downpour of rain fell in this section during the past 24 hours. Dix river and other streams are out of their banks, and many culverts and fences have been swept away. 10. A Will I'urchasfi I'lkr. Kt'Dre-.etit:tti- Ashlamt Wilkes So lit for S7.500. on-Wall in a schoolhouse near Mirandi, a small hamlet in the interior of the county, and disguised themselves. They first went to Locust Grove, where one Mulligan collected toll from the transient public, and, calling him from his bed, told him they intended to choo down the gate, and if any more toll was collected they would burn the house and BOLD RAIDERS Destroy Fonr Gates In Nicholas Connty and Thrn-tteKepors Lives. Carlisle, Ky., April 0. A mob, composed of probably 30 men, organized Pinn.Titr.Honev is rirlntid tbe above ture of Tuesday's (session was the nomand design. It U both Maple an n alnut and Birds-Ev- e ination of fcenator Henry L. Martin, C Ciianintee a warrant tn.it tne meai- gold democrat, of Woodford county, 31 oil DV'roc rcCeived nearly every day. and by so 1. CirKOOfll nlnn rnntnined In the bottle Will cure coughs, colds and all l"f. throat, for United States senator. The nomi- iv. Mantel Beds, ChiifonM ) and chest troubles more quickly and lofof. flpsiorns. TTriirht Foldinir-Bedniimvc nation was made by Senator E liston, effectually tnaa any outer renieay. who saiJ the solution of tho deadlock all in Ash, Oak, Curley Birch and Mahogany. and Separate was in the hand-- , of the democrats. Mr. Elliston cast his voti for Martin and appealed to the silver democrats Book-CaseDressers, Bureaus, Secretaries, Chiffoniers, Hall Tr. . Ins-Tar-io- ney to do likewise, but they immediately ture Moulding, Chairs, Easels, Screens, Mantel Mirrows, Center Tables, Extendi, n '! stopped voting. The sound money democrats voted for Martin, a id tho Springs and Mattresses in designs and quality to please every one from happy lit bolting republicans followed the exto thecranky old nnids and bachelors. ample of the silver democrat and refused to answer to their names. In the senate Tuesday morning Mr. VinoIiI by alldraggists or tert apon receipt p V Eronston, democrat, spo'te in favor of U price SSc., 50c and ft per bottle by adjourning the legislature April 10. sxxxiOQQQOoooooiioaoDooai Senator Elmore, silver democrat, voted for Blackburn, and the republicans would not allow him to withdraw his vote to prevent a quorum. A recapitulation of the vote was called READY TOfor, and the Blackburn democrats and the bolting republicans began voting cgain. Representative Johnson was a tha only silver democrat to vote ij. i Tho vote resulted: Our f.iclory on Laurel Street in for Martin. Hunter, 59; Blackburn, 4S; Martin, is now running, ami we are 11; Boyle, G; Stone, 1. Necessary to a. t 1iq T,,1niT, prepared to liil ordeni for twist of the lUUSU IWCIVCU, luvtwuvj "" - iiiuuvu iltOU llUU 11UH J.X .'HI. Lll fnrifnviou lmvo r.fiiinrl mriliv iV1lI'l'vltn. i . choice, 03. Hunter had his 59 votes ime aim .mm hr-- ji .u. and wonder to see such gcods sold in Kicnmontt. uon t lan to when the first roll call ended and 70 ri nilkff.nnll H votes, which constituted a quorum, little Desks, we have just received for tho ladies in Oak. Curly Birch and Mahnr.tii . ' had been cast Had there been no 'and call of absentees and if the silver demM. 0 , ocrats and bolting republicans had ret 1I are always at home and qlad to see yon at any time whether yof fused to vote on recapitulation HunVery Respectfully, to call. not, .;.? don t ter would have been declared elected. "fcir c! The joint session adjourned as soon " the result was announced. llrnnds, t!ire'cradc. "We can pave you II Hvr ll.lusln K18 een Kantac-cy- . rLexington, Ky., Apr. 17. A message moufv. Send us a trial order; you will Ii8pe received here Tuesday afternoon from Ikj filml with our produitH jilea&ed to bear fioin country uier Booncville, the county seat of Owsley cliantP. eastcounty, states that the streams of fi i tfik9(r ern Kentucky are gr ;atly swollen on White Ros3, account of almost unprecedented rain- Ricnjioxn. Ky. 4- 9faltsince Saturday. As a result of the high waters the voters could not get A nev lice cf Coffics and Ccskets fust from Factory end several new desigrs. to the polls to cast their votes in the senatorial election there Monday to fill the vacancy caused by tho death of BO YEARS' damSenator John P. Salyer. EXPERIENCE. age has been done property, but as yet W. T. Ducrson, of Kirksvilie, has two young no lives have been reported lost Shorthorn Lulls for sale, and ready for service. ' and wrapper of the genuine Dr.BeU's trade-mar- k 'i jlllteS v ii ail IllCCb a' , i i,s, s, OR. SELL'S Bed-Stead- s, Side-Board- s, Our Line of Rockers 27-- 20 IPPLYTHETRAOE Ricli-jiioi- ''Sb''$r&J ..".,1 f.--rv - Uhh """.' - Elm, Oak, Curly Bireh, iVlahoffanv and Willow , ...,.. i i. " jah" rih fail hj - 0 13 ucnanan j 'ers ... tie BULLS ! SALE. mch2l-t- G-e- at kill him. E K-- Laxcastku. Ky., April Kentucky Streims Idsln?. Mulligan made a show of resistance, but several guns were thrust into his face. Upon leaving they fired several shots in the air, which gave rise to '.he false report that tho keeper had been wounded. Georgetown, Ky., April 7. Mr. Will P. Stuart, of Georgetown college, who won the intercollegiate oratorical contest at Lexington Friday, denies the charge of plagiarism that has been brought against him by the friends of J N. Elliott, of Kentucky university, who was considered Mr Stuart second by the judges. freely admits that he used certain extracts, but said he did it in snch a way as to indicate tho quotatio- -. He thinks the charge is due to j on the part of the friends of Mr. . . Denlrs H- -' u Plagiarist. Thuy are & od color and well bred. f .tii in to oar llur uf TRADE MARKS, DESIGNS, COPYRICHTS &c. Anyone sending a fkctoh and description may quickly ascertain, free, whether an tnrentionis probably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. Oldest acency for seen rinjr patents In America. We hare a Washington office. Patents taken through Munn A Co. receWs special notice In tbe oi.UO HE .IIHIE.! and 10118!' ... I, PATS THE FREIGHT. . TOD PAT FOR THE . . Thtt m:iri-- h SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, Elliott ttc-o-- ed Ii Mapkid, April 10. Dispatches rcceiv-e- i here from Manila, capital of the Philippine islands, say that the insurgents have killed several monks and have burned the churches of Hueua Vista, Ouideva aud Endang. Iusur-gent- s are also said to be erecting in favourable positions. The Spanish military operations are almost at a standstill. forti-iicatio- surtrnts Kill Monks. Mule Spinner 10. party. 10X We are aiithorifd to announce M John W. or mi:e- - as a candidate lor! Madison cou.ity.r. ibj Assessor tt the action or the It puhiicaii party. We are autininzed to a mou'Ve rm AJ. Ukoaddl's a County Assessor, subject to the nctionof the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce T. C. CuuitY a candidate ror Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action or the Democratic part. Wm. C r.icont'TAVF is a candi; ( ate f .1 Assess,. of 'rdison t ounty, subject to action of tl.c Pemocialii - O lv.s county democratic committee has set May 29 as the date for the county primary and extending the olive branch to the bolters by inviting democrats of all shades of opinion to participate. Toilit County TtX K-t. Danville, Ky., April lriieh 1 xtfntlfl. 12. '1 IJoston. April ners' association will accept no tion in the present scale of wages. ". his position was taken by votaof tho association at Kriday forenoon's session of the convention which is being held here. Spinreduc- Stand. The Mule The raiders then moved in the direction of Huzzard Roost, whsro they removed the pole without any resistance. Then, crossing the country, they encountered the llramblet tollgato and cut it down. The mob made its boldest stroke when it came within a half mile of Carlisle and removed the gate on the Carlisle and Sharpsbvrg pike. Keeper Martin made a desperate effort to prevent them, but was overpowered. The mob then dispersed. There is talk of calling on Gov. Uradlcy to order out Company D, of this p'ace to protect the property of the roads. WORDS DROPPED y Hon. Samuel Kash Tilk About 11 FnANKFor.T, Kash, state at large last fall, has just re- the republican elector for the an Uii'Xiectfil I'll Inc. Ky.. April !. Hon. Sam ln lie Boyd Hank nt Hamilton. April 10. Tho Hamilton D'me Savings I'ank Co., of Hamilton, was incorporated Kriday by Geo-I- . DIiiib Sarlncjs Columbus. O.. Sohngen. A J. "ellinon, A. Harry Glass, Conrad M Spencet, Philip W. Morganthaler and A. H Mack. Capital, 550,000. Koth-wel- l, The fiscal court of Todd county, which has been in session here, fixed the tax rate for 1SV7 at S1.50 per poll and 33 cents on the hundred property tax. Elkton. Ky., April 12. party. FOK CITY ATTOKNKY. We are authorized to announce office of City Attorney, of Richmond. 3v su'jject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce J. Talbot Jackson as a candidate for City Attorney, of Richmond, Ky.. subject to the action or tiie Democratic party. Miami, Fla.. April 12. Gen. Roloff, secretary of war of the Cuban republic, was arrested here Saturday mornHe ing by the collector of the porL Gen. Union Arrested In Florlila. Cincinnati, April 10. The number of women voting at the recent spring election was 6,144. The total was completed by the clerks of the board of elections Kriday. The president has appointed John T. Bressler, of Nebraska, a government director of the Union Pacific He succeeds J. Kelson H. railroad. Patrick, whose term has expired. Died In the Asylum. Frtmtlo Votrrs lu Cincinnati. turned from Washington. He is not talking much about his trip, but he let drop enough for his friends to understand that the senatorial race will take a sudden turn next week, ending with the unexpected. Mr. Kash was supposed to be in Washington on a mission for l)r. Hunter, and this admission him as to a change of front in the senatorial matter means something more than a mere rumor. It means that he failed to accomplish in Washington what Dr. Hunter wanted. Slept Her Llf- - Affiy. Walton. Ky., April 9 Mrs. Charles Elwards, widow of Dr. R. A. Edwards, and the mother of Messrs. S. L. and A. 1 Covivgton. Ky.. April 7. In the suit file I by Counci man Ruh against Mayor Rhinock 1 recover the sum of DR. PEFFER'S S500 alleged to h v- - been deposited bv NO- - 8 SECOND STREET. KO YAL-TA8S- Y p aintiff with the mayor to place on ri.nne.jVo. a. RICHMOND. KY the result, of the presidential election EvuisrovEnv. nevekfailsi. Ancwvreiiabiea'ulsaieroueriorfeup. of '90, the defendant has filed his anscanty or palnfnl preyed, ow bj over 80,000 swer denying that he was the depositljid'ea. InTlgcratcs aed organs, lie--. tbrru of that spin. He says he was mereary wars of dmngrrous tntllatlun. amo paper. K per oox, smiU box tU Stnt ly the ar i.erof a bet made by the tealvd In plain wrapper. Send - la Mimnsfor partlmarH. 'I.l by pkiintiff on Bryan's success, and, as t-nifrl.tll-W- l I'.'r . Ia! i' lilou-osuch arbiter, he decided that plaintiff II' had lost. Main Street, fcoUl liy I'icliii.oiid Diu Co. and V Tollgato ltald KlrksTlPe. (Opposite Glytulon.) G. AVhite. It chmond, Ky., April 7. News was raid Country Produce Bought and brought here of a small tollgate TVho can thick near ICirksville, in the western part of simple Wanled-- An Idea of some patent" night The pole th s county, Urint' to Sold. Highest Cash Market Profit your ldai: thrr may bring you wealth. was torn down at Jam;s L.iy ton's gate wruo juii akoi- Rtu.. neys, Washington D. C for their JU0 Drtso otter on the Hyattsville road. Only two Price Tii M. ana us t ot tnv LundreU luvcaUocs wanted. men composed the party, nnd they were seen by Gatekeeper Layton, who fired two shots at them. It is said they were Negroes. Tries to Cutumlt airiai. Louisville, Ky., April S Ida a well dressed white woman, 2!-1 An Election llt Su't. DRINKS. besntlfnllr Illustrated, lirceit circulation of nnr scientific Journal, weekly, terms 13X0 a Tear; tXJO six months. Specimen copl and liXNO BooiC OX I'atests sect free. Address MUNN & CO., 3C1 Urondnrnr. Nenr York. Novelties. lar-.It useless to tell the Ladies, that - a h! k n small, are till the rap. Every one or at least a cheek suit, or at fea.st a cheek skirt. a terial ranjres in price from :Wc a yartt to Hi a uit. Tlie popularity of the Scotch f tory, "The Btini- I'.. Hush," lia.s jiven us these beautiful Scotch Plaids . Checks, and Druinlochty" Fluid is the newest and ttest. hut there are Coverts, Ktamines and Tinsel ( 1..' eh-ek- Ix'autiful Minshiny luj- tintu tlic City Store to inspect tin- nli - an. d -- t.M k i t- - t - i PILLS . eice-wlTo- , J.H.NEFF&C0. '- .. the Xovelttes. and an increasing deinand fr colors; so the female population need not be uniforin. Hlack Goods receive our closest attention; new. weaves, best blacks. A beautiful Wool I? reiiadine at oik per yard. Ktamtue Cloth in Mlack and Navy will make a .in that w ill not mils-- , or or catch the dirt." Wo turn from this department to the .1111011-- ; dn-ss..- l i ! -s N-- ar ' j- the sewest Ooods Scotch Laopetts in olul colors ami fancy: kgnrl omc with Satin tnpes. Linen Lawns, Ac, maki as fell and cowpl.t. line of Dresd Goods as eer shown by this house. BeariR His we Isae t Trimmings to sui: every one of them, an J Laces, EmbroHteriesawi Ribbon WASH GOODS are vani. Dimities at Mc. Amcnsr 15c sjkI JOr i - l.n--Line- Mi-n.la- , 1 present and future wants This is the period en sttch step! aa TChea cowt ji value are not so close!) considered as usual, ami far seeii-- : ofcopfcaa k:. it and take advantage of it. Tbe goods we tarry axe staMnC, feat br ir New Spnns Hosiery and I nilerwear. COTTONS AND SRSETINGS. lJl jl. Wil-iam- s, in lice Okken Clay a candidate for the landed from a sailboat Friday night, He is supposedly from the Bermuda. wanted in Baltimore on an old filibustering case. He had forfeited his bond, and it is understood had landed still another success 'ul expedition in Cuba- Capt. Ilsttleld V. AViLLiAMbOX, Conv cted. Va.. April 12. Leiinoton. Ky., April a There lied at the Eastern Kentucky lunatic isylum hero Wednesday Mrs. Martha Uorehead, aged 72, of Harrodsburg. DUtltlery Improvem-n- t. Paius, Ky., April 9. X. J. Walsh, of Covington, owner of the Paris Distilling Co's. plant in this city, Friday began to tear down the old disti.lery and four-stor- 'Che jury in the Capt Hatfield trial, after being out all night, returned a verdict of involuntary manslaughter SaturFOK tOUOXCP. day morning. The trial. was bitterly We are authorized to announce ti. contested, and the attorneys for both O. Doziek a candidate Tor Coroner, sides indulged m brilliant oratory. biibject to the action of the Demo-- The trial of Hatfield's stepson will berntic party. gin Monday. 1 Grt-ek-s Vuunte-rinir- . Athens, April 12. From 0,000 tc 8,000 volunteers are preparing to start or the frontier immediately after war "s declared. Commander Soutzo, the best cavalry officer in the Greek army, has started 'or Arta. y erect en its site a new brick distillery to cost 515.003. The new bu lding is to be 225 by 154 feet, and will be comp'eted by July 1. 'J he company already has warehouse room for 03,000 barrels of whisky. A. S. ( ... pMHlrTi 1 Jf r- - A noted mechanical expert said recently: "I didn't know the queen &. crescent used hard coal on theirengines." Hesaw only white mmmi ra&ftsarHUE gas-lighte- smoke, for the road uses all modern appliances for avoiding the nuisance of smoke, dust and cinders. The Is the only line running solid d, ves-tibul- ed, steam-heate- d trains to the South. Standard day coaches (with smoking rooms and lavatories), Pullman drawing room sleepers, elegant cafe, parlor and observation cars. -n The QUEEH CRESCENT RQUTE rjins fully equipped trains from Gman-n- u to Chattanooga, !!irmir)gham,:s-eOrleans, Atlanta and Jacksonville, with through sleepers Also throuf--h 16 KnoxviUr, Ashe-yill- e. Columbia and Savannah, and from Loaisvi.ie to Chattanooga without change. Ast for tickets over the Q &C. W G. Kinearson. General Pasnger opium under the skin in order to get rest and sleep, the grave is not far distant. The time to take care of health is before it is utterlv and irretrievably pone. The 'man who works on and on, utterly heedless of health and too busy to occasionally take a little necessary medicine, is jHB" r. committintr suieirlp r. surely as if he turned a pistol on his heart. Such a man dies by little degrees. First a little indigestion and a little neplecL Then loss of appetite. The bowels get clogged and the blood receives poisons instead of healthy nutriment. Old, inert tissues in flesh, muscle, nerve and brain are r.ot rc- new. ?laced by sleeping-roo-The whole body gets stale, he very of a man in this condition is filled in the momini with unwholesome odors as if it had been occupied by a decomposing corpse. It has been occupied by a man half-deaThe poisoned brain refuses to sleep and hates to work. Then conies the resort to the hypodermic injection of morphine and speedy death. All this may be prevented by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It correcu all disorders of the digestion, makes assimilation perfect, fills the blood with the vilal elements that make new tissue, builds healthy flesh, firm muscles, etrong nerves and active brain cells. It drives out impurities and disease. Thousands of men in all walks of life have testified to its wonderful merits. It's an insult to your intelligence for a dealer i Lexington, Ky April 9. A. S. Black, who killed Michael Kelley in Fisher's saloon on East Main street last May. testified in his own behalf in circuit court Monday. IHack is 20 t Whenaman the gets to the yea-- s old and a telegrapher by profesnoint where sion. After being out five minutes the he has to jury returned with a verdict of not the dead- guilty. ly extracts of in-ie- ct ltUck Goes Free. rmfART vera WanfeeWin Idea Irlu.. V u. Wfeo em tMai of some slfr.pl Milsg tojmteBtf Ii rHUt. ILu. I work is seldom troubled with disere or mental or bodily lassitude. Dr, Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are a safe, snre, speedy and pennsJientCBreforcorjrtipation. OneHute Pellet I' fa agrcutle laxative, nd twonstfld !W A ney never KTIPV' Yoswi! to attempt to palm off upon you a tubtMuti for this world-fammedicine. You lno what vou It's Lis business to meet that ivanl. When b" urges e substitute he's thinking of the X r PrcSt he'll niare not of your welfare. , thnn.c dealers. ri The man rr woman rfco is regularas clockso-n- ' )y April 9. It is THE MARKETS. HAGER IS ELECTED: thought that the murderers, Franklin " April and Moore, who escaped from the IleKeeelves n Mnjnrlty for State Senator ""prin? Flour 3L2J 3.00. finer, ticanifa; sprinc or 250. county jail March 31, are in hiding Kprim; lent, near Gooiloc, FloyJ county, heuvily Jackson, Ky., April 8. One more family, patent. M 40 ti.6). pfancy, ninter Jti'i; armed. There is a liberal reward for precinct which has reported gives SiTigi 10; lowcrado; famllT. extra. Jiio".6): rye, nortanestero, ti3U(Ji4J; do one, and detectives are on their ten majorieach democrat, for senator, clty.3A4L ty, making 170 ip all in this county. trail. Wheat Sales: Na 3 red. choice, traclr, Magoffin county, the home of the Aid fnrSodtlirm Flo.id batterers. , 8TMc. Ky., April 9. Lexington two candidates, gave Atkinson only 40 ea: Lexington, Yellow car.jtrack, 2tc: Na 3 mixed, track. 5c; mixed or. y yellow, people will probably give a benefit in majority. Hager is- elected by at least 250 track. 13c. the near future for the southern flood 2 wfclta track. 2lMc: Ko. The Crawford precinct, 2 Oats Sales: Xa sufferers. Manager Scott has donated najority. mixed. trck, SUc: samplo mfxed, traok, volunivhich is usually democratic by 40, the opera house, and a call fcr 20c. No. track, IS3. Hogs Select butchers', tlOVStlO: fair to teers to take part in the entertain- tailed to vote because the republican coc-fair meriff of election failed to come with t3 packers', t3!54 0roughs. to good light, ment has been made. aad t!25 383 9ll0 common good shippers'. 17'230: ihe poll books. Or'ncennrlit Commit' Su'cWl. Fair to Cattle(1.65 a(W. good to choice butchers', Horj'tx8viLLE, cxcK.ru, Ky.. April 9. J. Better Prices for Trotters. to medium butchersV Jt.103 Reed, a farmer SO years of age, resid-i- n Lexington. Ky., April 8. Trotters gJ.&0U'0. fairiiSOSilWl 17V r near Pinchem, Todd county, com- told at better prices Wednesday at Shkkp AsnLAuni Sheep "Sxtra-- . H mitted su'eide while alone in his room IVoodard it Shanklin's sale. Tho gen-jr5.0J. irood to choice JL2L7: commoa to fair 2 7il0). Limbs Giod to cholco, ti Od by blowing out his brains with a pisaverage was higher than yester-lafair. tol. Had health is supposed to have The best prices were: Lulu On- - (1,5 73. common fj Fair SI 013' 7.light, f5.003 CalvE3 to eooJ. ; .vard, b. f., 4, caused the deed. by Onward, dam by $5 Veal r commoa -- u.l lanro. $itX)ft4 7j W'jaou Unwashed tine merino. I32U10 per to J. R. Letton, Paris, 575; Harold, Portrait l'alnter r.raljz 1. clothln?, Hillo: inedlum Ilella, b. m., 8. by Young Jim, dam by lb; giarier-bloo- d Lexing-ionKy., April 9. The clothing, Ua"H: br:ild. i13o: delalad SlcnvJew, J. M. Osborne, Lexington, portrait painter, W. T. i medium comoln;, 14 (13Washed Una has been stricken with paraly-s- 1420; Cora Carltou, b. m., 8, by Bourmerino. X to XX l?c: medium ciothia?. 133 W. iT. lCc: detains Uesce, tt(J16c. long combia., 18a His left side is affected. While bon Wilkes, dam by Jim Monroe, 17c: quarter blood and low, UijMs: common, his con lition is serious, it is believed Young, Lexington, SHOO, and Cantrilla, coarse, 42313c: choice, lSo. b. m., 9, by Voucher, dam by Happy that he will recover. Chicago, April 10. j Medium, J. II. Vanarsdell,, Frankfort, Whsat April. 6".Jfc; May, edj; July, 63Xe; Itlunly. Died 3a Soptember. Ol;g,0IH-- . Butler, Ky., Apil 9. Miss Carrie s 225, Populist Stata Cobs April, sZHsSZXn May. t3a23"c; Convention. Deatherage, aged 24 years of age, 'liv- - ' eptomb8.-.26J'-c July, Louisville, Ky., April 8. The, ing near here died very suddenly Oats April. lCs: May, lexQieKc: July, state, convention convened here I'Jie; teptember, lSfio. , She was sick Thursday afternoon. PiTTSBUBon. April la but a few minutes. Heart trouble the Wednesday morning with, only 100 of Cattlk Prlmu. ti0tti2J. good. U74.8".; the 930 delegates present. The St cause;, 'tidy Xair. K09a-SLouis platform vThe feede-- i.batchers. SLtOKirv"! stags aad cows; H I4 003i40: bolls, HU For Lf clslator.- ,, . ., t m. i Jclegates jwere unanimous in their JiOG5U5: fresh ews3a4 spriagerg, ,t li. A- - Parker Hoos Prim? tBetUnma mA Ihwv Yarksrs, t cnBirman ottbe A commltCe erf H 3.i23; tslr.YorU4Ws.tH Jjgg.'tw iw,r.iur vwruvu J. . !v? ,7 -- . ft '.Ote.btavy 9iMUt. - - il Ky., Ci.Ncr-JKAT- Paintsville, Marti rjrs Fr.nlcllii anil 3Toore hardM. Edwards, undertakers an ware men at this placo, died 'I hursday morning at 8 o'clock, aged 73 years. Mrs. Edwards was partially paralyzed a few years ago, and her mind has been affected ever since. For the last few days she has been sleeping all the time, even going to sleep while being fed. It was impossible to arouse her. Iletvy Kilns In th Mountains. The doctors attribute her death to Louisville, Ky., April (. Heavy so'tening of the brain. rains in the mountains have caused the Big Sandy and Kentucky rivers to NO QUORUM. overflow their banks and sweep away Gold Drnjocrats and Sliver and by to the damage Republicans Itef osail to Answer all repairs flood. Harlan, inflicted Kell Perry, the recent to Thrlr Nam eft. report heavy Fhankfokt, Ky., April 8. Tho sil- and Letcher counties be losses and farmers will unable to ver and gold democrats and the republicans refused to answer plant for a month. 'J he situation Is to their names at the roll call of oqually as bad across the line in Tennessee. Wednesday's joint session and preventDepositions for !!ht.a. ed a quorum. The Hunter republicans Bowlino GnKK.v, Ky., April C AtHunter democrats anand the three swered, making 01 in alL The president torneys for Congressman John Rhea ordered the taking of a formal bal- are here taking depositions in tho contest, anil say they lot, and CO votes were cast for Hunter, there being ono pair, after have unearthed a great deal of republican rottenness resorted to by the rewhich the joint session adjourned. The senate Wednesday morning re- publicans, an that Rhea "ill be able fused to adopt the Bronston resolu- to retain his s'wit in eongres without tion to adjourn sne die April 15. this anv trouble. being a Blackburn scheme to prevent an election. Anti-Hunt- court Wednesday morning while there to be tried on two marges of disorderly conduct She is jow slowly recovering at the city hospital. She is supposed to have taken thloral. Adopt Stand rJ Timn. Niciiolasville, Ky., April 8. The soard of magistrates by a unanimous rote adopted stanlard time for tho :ourthouse clock Wo inesday, and at ,he hour of 9 Thursday night the clock vas set back 'i minutes. This is the Irst time within 14 years that the ounty has had standard time. The Kentucky ISiv r Itoumln ;. Valley View, Ky., April 8. Ihe aTentucky River is on the rampage tgain. It is out of its banks and iprcading over the two bottoms. Great lamagc to farmers is bing done. It low stands 35 feet on the gauge and ising slowly. ivaiting the po- Tim VA, v y. T Whit , m sf &. O O O tV' j il II, IVVIMk I M I i S ilrs IV"-- fs.X m k a a rK II) .- 1 j '" - aeee9eeeoeai8so:oscssasa ssoot'o eee9aeoeooao9eeoaeo4 cazzesQ s a . Aw aw M "" e-- .. . k . , y -- c3 jo 2. vntJzy ,sOy o e- jv 'SfC' sssssV BSr ZV" OS...- - XjJust V j4&4 Pe,ietl on Second rp-- ::::g --- Ibsw yv WrU A,U A f Street at the staml A. Chenault. "Jg V, ccnlly occupied I.y T. AHgoods an,i soi.i as iw anv iii the marfcet for Cagznts .WANTED. " WslsMMimmfaw&wmmt lD 4? rJ 0 mch3I-6m ;; -- , er ).V.n A aa.. VfcsX TAnew X -- ; . ? ! ::::,i WV-- OsNV-A x - vv p,y A ..m. 7v vcvtr Anti-Hunt- er yifeinr iiriifli liii JCgrSoId by W. U. White, SK afFBl&W vV ""f" 'By & A v rA yta Jf?. l. rsn v j, 5 '? 3t -- ;? s & EOc. and SI nr hnr. R tnr i Japanese Pile Ointraent. 25 and sea... mil'.'.'. Jtr CSJ U '" X Rhea-Hunt- er reliefs, ou RlHcnroanicInil2pr PHs. Why snITer with this terrible disease? "We ciro wlthb 1.00 l3res, to refund rnre.1. MadlrU to urjaa ou receipt offprice, a- -o Jupaueso 1'llethronnrr ITnot Paul, Mlmu Cure Company, bu nic.' yyiaEi M a2 We have no books can therefore Al gooc's a imrad. written Hi" " ndviw sell Druiest, Ridiinoud, Ky. eseo.. mill'.'. Lowest Prices for Cash. fts .xCsl --SK - J BsP 'Mlt "ZB ""- --.- 1 WILLARD HOTEL I 7 mil:. l'.i:: - fiedi from v's r i Vv ss Ihe ciiy anu a new Avk a JW & supply received daily. J cs e8 33 aSS i, la.-- iLOOU-LM- ; L1T.7 S::::: A? xixX I si.sisi.Ais.asiI.sisias.-asaskaAaaaaaAaABaaHllaB,IA- T CJ- "Ma - 'a eS "4.1-- 0 Ha-pe- r, :::: Eas Keen Converied Into a Modem Palace Halls and Entranjo are Marblo and Tiling; of the Finest Quality. - - - Of D.ning-Room Recently aa. - ... v. Cunx-Sul- -- no-rl- - 2000 Yards oi Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors A ' PAM.IIKS AM) Ul'PEi: HALLS. - - 'eacsocsassasvaasnaaassaeesseecoseessesss , opened on Caperton Building1, a Sti-eet- Fs"SP""SSI"S"S""S'"S"Br'' ii ;: St ..9 -' C " Offices 2nd B 2iutlfully Dccorted and Bril liantly Lighted Its equipments thro' lghout are without a Superior in the South, rate of . . Charges Considered TTTST OEHsTEID th Fii'st just I have in .1 I a. al y. , well-kno- w Hun-leigh, U Have Beeii 3i"xpoiidc(l fOTEE 2. -- RKTES ,fe! $do,otxD. wmmLWmM in This Iteccnt Improvement. r t St S2..SO F ER DRY li W Unit Mir, Jr., ttep. V ti" L iii if. I Siia,0 mm mwwcfm 'Ml?m ; IWGJSttVIVI'lSSZ, i'SE. nrfrf ?&S3a5Sv mm iV-rtjr 1 jp "D B ui aii f urs n rm ri k I'lji- - a?ssssPTfllI ar x i JteAlsrsabJksrSssBsRBBR l!11r-:r?1Bs?iisll ""I 4 IVBV And vrill keep on hand tat best quality of Jb'resh anu Dried Meats, at reason, V fTrrTy'D n nil . V&stl r 1 1 s 1 1 . etJATD n ljx prices. Meats delivered promptly. Your Patronage solicited. - ft sssftsaittTT snBsaBsBalftsl3BaSi MslSmmWKl&VM.hMi3mmWmwm pop-sli- st sssKz M Jssf ft 1JTLJ VIGOBIMESI iiw-mb- ew-atetric- ,L.i h..biim was'-intlorse- : 1 -- m,,' BtFORt VU P IT imn( mchW-t- f Wm. E. Luxon? Jr. --- UHr'-JIVi - TlSfs iwiiua f Mrta. ( Usksswivsj9v Teltlf nj f,r WHT J t . u - &&$&-??- ? mMjyf s' pggfi PrflaRictuwwiK ttsThi?t'-irF3ratl&ttBV3isHBaid-asslBsssil- ,v ' " ' - - If"1 THE GUMAX, Ii I - t Vi W &" . .j-- j WKmBBKKSBKSBIttgSm imSi - S?-& riyirniraa--i't1Tr- fii'im" "iiftei.8