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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1897 ric1897042101_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE RICHMOND vL MAX. YOLUME X. How to Acquire the Reading Habit. (Baltimore San. - v RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Acquitted of Plagiarism. The young gentleman who won the medal in the late Inter Collegiate Oratorical Contest, W. P.Stewart, ofCjeorgetown College, has been acquitted of the charges of plagiarism with which his victory was for a time clouded. The Climax, without pretending to judge the case, has not desired to shield the accused from the shafts of criticism and contumely that the rival colleges have heaped upon him, but to direct the attention of the latter to the fact that this is a bad time to begin their purification process. It had better been done before the contest. Why? Simply because it is our belief, based upon a twelve years' experience with college boys, that not twenty-fiv- e per cent. no not ten per cent of them are the authors of their original orations. Therefore, if "Mr. Stewart's friends were so inclined tbev might have called fur a shov-dovall around, and what could not have been pioventobe parallelism might have been, under oath, shown to be the produtt of other pens than their own. It may seem queer for us to enter this prottst against the action of the committee for investigating this case, at tlie lime it did. It was simply dangerous. Why it might have led to the exposure of so much plagiarism among the other contestants as to have given Mr Stewart first place xii the quantity as well as the quality of originality! And where would the others now be 'at'? n WEDNESDAY, APEIL 21, I L897. importance to their health rh.ip llieir lives. The sole proprietors .a m tkers of Simmons Liver Regulator -are often deceived by in 'ii iiinj aid taking some medicine of a . ii a- appMwnce or taste, believing it to Mmaiorn Liver Regulator. We warn 'iu that unless the word Regulator is on i! p f kae or bM tie, that it is not Simmons i.jver Ke.ulatnr. No. one else makes, or ifrh.s iiud Simmons Liver Regulator, or nnvttnngcill-- d Simmons Liver Regulator, i'Ui J H Zeilnxfc Co., and no medicine made 1 anvon e se is the same ,.We alone can l a v up and we cannot be responsible, if . ipr medicines represented as the same do mi tie.i. vou as you are led to expect they w il Be.ir this fact well in mind, if you have leT in the habit of using a medicine which yon supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulath name was somewhat like tor it and the package did not have the word Kvu!ator on it, you have been imposed tipjn and have not been taking Simmons L. ver Kegulator at all. The Regulator has len lavorably known for many years, and a . who use it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipa-tn- n Headache Dyspepsia, and all disorders ans ng from a Diseased Liver. We assk vou to look for yourselves, and gee that Simmons Liver Regulator, which yon can readilv distinguish by the Red Z on wrapper, and by our name, is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. J. H. ZEILIN & CO. ' Take i - W wish to caution all users of Simmons L v r Regulator on a subject of the deepest WARNING. rvt and RpYAi Cheap Excursion Rates to New York City. the unveiling of the Graut monument in New York City, ex cursion tickets will be sold via the C. & 0. Route at greatly reJuced rates. Tickets will he sold (rood going April 23rd to 2fith inclusive, jrood to return leaving On account of Qandy cathartic 0 25 50 IM 1 i t rssstHssistftasrfcn,. r f faeJ ?r;nt "1 NUMBER 46. r if r r " if An eminent teacher in sin address to boys said recently that lie attributed the success tie bad achieved in life to an accident that occurred to him when lie was eijiht years of a;e. He injured one ot life leS to that lie was confined to the bouse for many months. He could not play, and for weary liouis had no one to whom he could talk, and he was, therefore, obliged to amuse himself by reading. He read every Dook in the bouse and all the newspapers, and by the time be was upon him. t lrounb bad the lie scoured the neighborhood for books, but was Itft unsalit-fleuntil ho moved to a fircat city and obtained access to a Iarce library. By that time he was con firmed in the habit of reading, and thiough alouK life had devoted all lis s.iare bonis to menial improvement through reading. Aicirding to bis view, the chief function of an educator is to prepaie his pupils for intelligent reading and to inspire them with a desire to learn. That done, and the habit of willing firmly established, the pupil is pre p tied to advance to any plane of activity for which his mental endowment, when cultivated, may fit him. Too much value should not be put upon mere book Simmons Liver Regulator. knowledge to the exclusion of other kinds of knowledge, but it forms an excellent preparation for the of PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. all other kinds- - Nor in it of great importance what booksshall be read first cr MliS MIL' KKI (JIIUIK.V what course shall be followed, provided onlv that the books are of a character to Ti: Ot. R iPIIER AND improve the mind in some way and that TYPEWRITER. they are read attentively and with unKENTUCKY. derstanding. Tlie chief fault today is JlH IIMOM). Burnam'g. that we have a superabundance of ""j?i adjoining A .R ephemeral literature which engages the attention of young students to the ex ATTOHSTSTS. clusion of staudaid authors. The pupil of forty ears ago had a real advantage in K. W. MILLER. of a limited library of the Atto kn et- - at-L-a w, rhoic works from which to study. But Kentucky. Richmond, the pupil of today ran, if so minded, keep office in the Burnam Building, next door to in touch with current literature while y armcr'j. National Bank. f eb3-l- y devoting a large share of his time to the classhs. Tlii-- is a necessary course to C F. miBVAM. pursue if one would get a fair literary W. S. Y. traiuing, for current literature cannot be B JRNAM MOBERLEY. fully understood except by thte who Attobneys-at-Laare tolerably familiar w itb the great auth RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. ors of English literaluie. 'Ulnsions to Opfick in Burnira Building, recently occu-j.u- d mythological tales in the poetry of the 0 A. R. Burnam. book-hung1 j MODE-LE- pleasant Soap for the skin. - "Nothing else like it" The most refrasliing and ...- - We Send it FREE! TO jriRrr Young and Old. ajiy vl jl iiwii il wi hi iiuisiMii-nir- J Rejoice withus I1 POWDER Absolutely Pure Celebrated for its great leaven'ng strength and liealthiulness. Assures the food apainst alum and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap brands, royal dakixo fowdeb co., NEW YORK. New York, u i u and including May 4th. The Che:- .ike and Ohio is the only line p ij: within view of General Gr.miV in th pl.ice at Point I'lesaut. Ohio a heccniiiiaryat Maysville, Ivy., where icceived his early educ-itioand from vt'icli be went direct to Wes-- t Point. The famous F. F. V. Limited leaving Cincinnati at 12:01 noon is the only n n n od-er- Cft 4 S T?5?rW5fjCTFfSSf;3 (.. Oiiraro. ABSOLUTELY GDARAHTEED ?pla ami booklet free. Ad. ST1T.I.IM1 IiEJIr !!S. ALL Jlontrcal. fan.. in the Discovery. 15.52 i DRUGGISTS or.f it TorS. iS: si:. 6 G'uTAHEOUSlll! sqap. mi iRuryKnamc TOILET BRIDGEFORD'S for tmt 0$U -- NURSCWCSEATH electriclighted train running through to New York without change, servirgall ECONOMIST RANGE. I U Price Bi - 25 tQ 'i'.iW ,i' b!PJ meals in Dining Car. "Washington express leaving Cincinnati 9:lrj p. m. connects in Washington the next afternoon with Congressional Limited. New and Popular March. The sceneiy of the Chesapeake and "Knights of Columbus" inarch two-ste- p, Ohio particularly at this season of the by George II. Fisher, is an excellent year is more attractive than can be had piece for the pianoforte. It is written in along the line of any other rail road of time, and contains a melody equal extent in the world. that is attractive and pleasing to the ear. CommitIt has also the right swing for the two-ste- p County Democratic tee Meeting. dance. Published by J. Fisher & Bros., No. 7 IhDle House, New York. Paice, 50 cents. At a meeting of the Democratic six-eig- ht SEE THEM ! EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE THEM It lasts twice as Icno; as otters. Atrial will convinc: vol of it3 erreat ment. Will please the most fastidious. The Speediest hm, j -l CHARLES F.MILLER, Mfr. ot '"-- ' FRENCH Lancaster, Penn. '. tUAr'i MILLED TOILET AXU I'LKt-U.'.IfcK- I ESTABLISHED, 1849 'v r v 'u mm inm complete cure, Why not posso-Hl.- e inoral courage to stop hid downward We will send vou bvnail, AUxULCTE-li- Y FUKB, in plain the Alt Powerful UK. HtiKKlA.YS VITAL TABLKIS. with a le.Hl K.ar-antto penuaiifntlv cnr l.iiSTMW IIOilU, SKLK-.U- ll Mi," ifcXl'VL WhAK-KVAKirili'KliE, SMI'S forever Mli.IT KlllSi().NS and all uiinatHruI drain. Returns to former apiKraucea emaciated organs. Xo C. O L. fraud nor recipe decopttn. If we could not cnre, we would not tewl our medicine VK.V.V. ti trv .n.l .lo.- satistieil. Write as this way aot aure&S .HIe.ir uuin. pa.-kaee to-Ia- When a man has suffered for vearg with a weakness that blights his life" ami robs him of all th.it really nwke hfe worth living, if lie avail hinelf of a iu m l.. Western Kedicine Compsny, LrOBrOBATEP. jr V JBL Incomparable Service. The Queen and Creschnt trainsaretbe finest traiusrun in theState of Kentucky. A vote was taken and resulted in the Four daily trains to Cincinnati connect jutssage of the following resolution: with the main highways of the Great "Besolved, 'I hat we. the Executive of the North, West and Committee of the Kentucky Oratorical Trunk Lines East. Association, find the evidence produced This is the line to is not sufficient to convict W. P. Stewart Washington, New York, Boston and the of plagiat ism." East. The Queen and Crescent connects with Extravagance, The Menace every line out of Cincinnati. of the Country. S. T.Swift, P. & T. A., Lexington, Ky. W. G. Morgan, D. P. A., Lexington, Ky. THE YKllDICT. In the April Forum Mor- J. seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The habit of reading is a very useful habit, , .. with no evil confluences, provided it is not allowed to interfere with necessary Attokxky-at-LaMaking liberal allowance fur woik. - - KENTUCKY. IlICHMOND, boms of wmk, of sleep and of recreation j at least thiee hours a day lemaiu to be ,li e over Taylor's Hardware store, iVinrt Himim', on Main Street. accounted for, and these three hours, though they may by enterrupted, cannot H. K. HOUti. be better emplnveil than in the reading works. The word useful as of ATTORNEY AT LAW. heie emploved includes works of the imKentucky. Rn iimovi), bi ST7jjT"v"..N oj-- -it' agination in prose and poetry, as well as . essajs, histories and biognphies, which Office No. IS up stairs. 3l-are generally clashed as substantial and GRANT 11 LILLY, instructive, though 60 many of them are good dull ami stupid. In some LA II', A TTORNEY-A-T fiction and tood poetry are superior to the KENTUCKY. IllCIIMON'II, learned books, for they contain much that is instructive, while they are made O'Mce S. W. rorner Mam and Second attractive by the piny of imagination. street up fetairs. Will pnicliee in sill and ndj uuin;: Tlie boy who has developed book hunger, the fiiirt" of Madi-o- n if his tastes are not obviously, prevented, owniics and Court of Appeals is on the road to learning and culture, .J C .t D i CIIBVAULT. for the earnest and devoted leader picks up in the comse of a lew veins a great iTTORXEYS A T LA II', amount of information, an 1 if he reads Kentucky. good books, acquires a know ledge of RiciiMovn, words and literal y forms which in itself on Second street, over oin will be of the greatest service to him. an t' Fir-,tStP re-peChen-grocery. CREEPS CLAY, A Kentucky Asphalt. T-L-A ton has a forcible article "Retrenchment and Ruin" in which he contends that the present rate of iucrase of federal expenditure is at a pace that kills. It is out of all proKrliuii to the resources of the people and cannot be maintained. Retrenchment at Washington is imperative, as also in States and municipalities-it- " ruin is to be averted. The tax rate, in the aggregate, is now m some parts of the country, the says, from o to 0 per cent, on the assessed valuation. "The fixed charges of American citizenship," hedetlaies "must be cut down." If the republic is to be peipteuated we in 1 return to the ancient faith that the sole business of the government is to piotect life, liberty and property; not to do everything for every body. In IS 10 the net expenditnies of the federal government were $1.41 per citizen; in 1S90 they were S4 7o. At present they are still higher. The gross expenditures per citizen in liAQ were Sl.Oo; in l&M they were $10.00. "In proportion to cost there cau hardly found be a local government," savs Mr. Moitou, "that makes so small a return to the citizen as that made by the federal government." From 1S50 to 1MK) the average net ordinary expenditure, exclusive of interest and premiums, was SoliS :jGo :0S; from ISTOto 1SS0, from 1SS0 to 1S90, $2,00S,34S,-50- 2; fioui 1S!)0 to 1S90, $1,977,397,SS7 At this rate the net ordinary expenditure, exclusive of interest, from lS'JO to 1900 will aggregate $3,295,033,1-15- , or nearly as much as for the twenty years preceding 1S90I From 1S90 to June 30, 1S90, we gave away in pensions $840,303,- 077, or 42 50 per cent, of the net ordinary u-- LITER AR Y NOTES. JENNY LINO S TEltRIBLE NERVOUSNESS. A reminiscent article on Jenny Lind and her home life has been prepared by her daughter, Mrs. Raymond Maude, for publication in the May Ladies' Home Journal. It is said to be filled with interesting memories ot the famous singer, aud is noteworthy also as being the first view we have of her through the eyes of her adoring daughter. Mrs. Maude bringp to light the fact that Jenny Lhicl was always nervous and oversi rung before events just before singing in a new opera or oratorio, but was quite calm when the very moment of action arrived. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO KET. MAR- - EURNISHED BY GLOVER & DUBRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. TTORNE ----- Y--A W. Kentucky. 13 Richmond, ('ollcc'inim 5ilifMtP'l. ?I7SCI-7:- . DR. K. II. GIBSOX, PHYSICIAN Kiciimim A 'D SURGEON, Kentucky. Otfice in the Joe ( dins biuMinc 8 and 20 Sec 27- ond Street, over Wnue eM dructere. CIIAS. HOOKER, I ETERINARY SURGEON, College. Graduate Ontario Veterinary V'tTinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. Office up stairs over New York Store, cornet 46- M.un and rirst streets. Richmond . C. Medicine and Surgery. Office Collins Buildim:, Main Street. Telephone JASPER, M. D at resilience (the Carr place) Bioadway, ----- or. IticnsiosD, Kentucky. DR. O. A. KENNEDY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. RtciiMOXD, Office in Smith Building, Ko. 204 Main Street, np stairs Office hours 12 to 1 and 4 to 5 o'clock. DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Richmond. - Kentucky V Telephone at office and residence. The Jiuisvijle Po't saj k "One of the expeditures! Yet the government is not better The important matters with every city is that average citizen gets no adequate return. of securing paving at the lowest possible cost. It is impossible to overestimate the A few flourish at the expense of the rest, value of smooth, clean durable stieets. but so far as public objects are conThis problem has been solved for Ixniis-vil- cerned our outgo is almost all mere by nature itself. Within asbortdis-tane- o waste. Mr Morton calls attention to the of this city there are great deposits fact that pensions, instead of diminishof rock asphalt, by all odds the best pav- ing since 1SS0, have increased. Between ing material known to mankind. These 1870 and 1SS0 the pension bounty was whereas between a new soiuteof wealth to the under $400,000,000, State of Kentucky. They give to the citv 1SS0 and 1890 it was over $700,000000, of Louisville inestiniaMe advantages in and in the last six yearoo ver SSOO.OOO.OOO. one most important particular. It is pos- lie explains that nobody objects to pensible now to becure asphalt streets at lit- sions for ex soldiers ' who inclined gentle less than half the former cost. It is uine disabilities," but insists that the (Kissihle for Louisville today to make a thousands who have life insurance poligu irautec, for cies need investigation. These policies contract, undera superior to those of Washington, have been obtained by persons swearing stieets superior to any we havein Louisville, the that they are free irom chronic maladies, while at the same lime the price being paid $19 50 per square. get pensions by swearing that they are victimsof chronic diseases. Theexistence A Potato Trick. of such cases calls, he thinks, for inquiry A farmer of Calvert county, Md., re ami a purging of the roll of honor. Pubcently shipped to a market city a quanti- lic building jobs, river and harbor job", ty of fine Irish potatoes and was return- navaL contract jobs, ''sundry civil" jobs, ed account of sales at 50 cents per bushel. exposition bounties these are broad At the time of shipping he enclosed with lines of waste in congressional appropria thele'ter of consignment an order for tion bills. The whole scheme of the several bushels of new seed Earlv Rose governmert is affected by reckless expotatoes, which were prompth sent him penditure. The burden it lays on is not weighed; only the benefit with a bill of $1 per bushel. Having marked a number of the potatoes he had conferred on officials aud a few special shipped to market, the farmer was sur- iuterests is had in mind. This cannot prised to find his commission man had continue indefinitely. Waste and excessreturned to him a portion of his crop with ive taxes in time of peace constitute and oppression brings bail con- . a double rate of value, lie sav s it is well . known that a sea vovage will improve sequences the quality of rye w hiskey, bnt that such a water trip should double the value of The fruit growers are hoping the frosts le ten-year- s' policy-holde- rs Sales on our market for the week jii6t Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All Drucpists refund the money if it fails to Cnre. closed amount to 4740 hhds. with re 25c. For sale by w. G. white, Druggist, Itich- mch3-6ceipts for the same period 2905 hhds. mond, Ky. Sales on our market since January 1st, amount to 30,990 hhds Sal?s of the crop of 1890 on our market to this date amount to 35,470 hhds. We have had another week of light receipts and large sales, thereby materially reducing the stock of unsold tobac(IN KCN1U.KY) co A veiy large percent of the offerings Scheiluio in effect Feb. 10. 1807. of hurley tobacco have been poor in quHli-tv- , o. I. No No. EASlliiHIM) with'much of it warm and funked. 7 OilU a mi m 8Wp:n Lv. Ix ulille V No fine or fancy grades have been sold 0 liin 5..rpni Ivin Ar. Shelbyiille 0 Ohm 4 12, in - 8pm Ar.Li'rcncnu a this week, bnt the few good hhds. jhat lOiUn. G3M mjiO. H.pm Ar Vers:illM.. 10 Vnra T.llDrni1 0 IKpra Ar Lexmsun . have been sold brought from $10 to $15 No. . N ) wk in 1 1 i Si per hundred. The tone of the market 7.4 nil 4 45 m ilium Lv lxixiii. toa . 8. 10am 3.1 P - 5 0. in has been strong and excepting tobacco in Ar. .'Oam a?0in. a 35i n COOatc Ar.L.krcnceb'i. bad condition, prices have been better a.Sipni 9 I7.ui beibyvllle. Ar. 7J0JIE. iaM.ni i Ar Louisville.. for all grades and types of hurley .The least improvement has been on colon Nos 1. 2. 5 and carry Freo. Obscrvi-tlo- u Tra'ns (.balr Cars. lugs and trashes which however have WEiTD3nND been taken at a slightly higher isnge of EtSTDJDND NO It No STA ION! Na I No. II values The most marked improvement aoair. a.Vpn 7 4.im Lv Ijutsvil Ar 7 anpm in SViiu has been for good bodied red hurley a up n 1U 0aui r Laracbrj Ar r.im 8 4 3'pm 7 Aiam 7 12pm U l9im ArllarodsbgAr the common medium and good L i iu.wi 7.a mi 7 .5pj. II 01 ra r Bursli grades which certainly show a decided WESTDOOXU KASTBODND advance in values. Such old hurley that Na l6tNn (i STATIONS " tin. Ii has appeared on our market in sound, a.iipni 7 4)a i) L Loutsrll Ar Uonjinl 7 bpal 5 J'.pzn 9 15am Ar Sneibvll Ar 9 I7im C2ipni 4 sweet condition, has been taken at prices pnj l 6 34 pa. a?3am Ar Verslles Ar ArMldwii Ai 7 l,.n 133pDi TOIprr higher than has been current for someaoopti L 7 7.30pmlllipni Ar Georirti time past. The sweating season is nepr WES DOCND IEA3.UJU.ND at hand and all parties should be careful tNo 6 ltVo STATIONS. tNO .No. Ar ;jm m 7 oopia in regard to the order of their tobacco. 7.4am iftopm i.v Lout-til10 2im 6i4iipnj l. Verl'es A' 7.anam iCOpia The following quotations fairly repre11 lam 7 3ipm Ar NIchlrillAr C Sam 4 inpia lOOintn a 30pm ArRlchmo'd Lv CQjam 3 15pm sent our market for burley tobacco, 1895 30pm l. I Ar Irvine I. cron: No 3 No. 8TATI'tS. Trash (dark ordamaged)$ 1 00 to 1 50 7 45am 8liUDn Lv Loulsvllie.. lOSiair 10 45pn Ar Lexlnifton.. 2 00 to 4 CO Common colory trash 7 10pm T oia n Ar Knoxwlls... Medium to good col trash 4 00 to G 00 ( 4iami Uiipn Ar Ashevllle. ... 4 sua 31 ... Ar savannah. Common lugs not colory 2 00 to 3 50 9 03 31 Ar apr7 tf 5 00 to 7 00 Common colory lugs o aopni ?50.:n Ar Cnattmooga ... '0 55pin 1.15pm Ar. Atlanta Medium to good col lugs 7 00 to 9 00 l.joam Maron Ar Tomorrow will be the 151th annivers vOlim Ar Jack'onvllle ... Common to medium leaf 5 00 to 8 00 ary of the birth of T'mnias JefTerson. i I'ipm 8.15am Lt 8 00 to 13 00 Medium to good leaf ;0 0onm l.ixipm Ar Birmingham .... 231am 9 4 pm Ar Mer.dHn 10 00 13 00 to Good to fine leaf OUR CLUBBING LIST. 830am CSOjm Ar New Orleans 16 00 to 19 75 Select vvrappery leaf car Louisville to I carries Free Chair No The above quotations are not applica Lexington there connecting with .Solid Veil I bu'o Iraln carrylns Pullman Sleeping Car to Magazines, Newspapers, and Other Publicable to green and frosted crops: Jacksonville via Chattanooga, also to New trtions at Reduced Rates by the ie ins. County Committe of Madison county, it being an adjourned meeting of said Comiriitteo, held on the 5th day of April, 1897, and a quorum of said Committee being present, upon motion the following resolutions were unanimously adopted: 1. Realizing that the Democratic party will most faithfully promote and protect the interests of the people of Kentucky, and that Democratic supremacy and control in local atrairs is absolutely essential to the people's welfare, it is the duty of all Democrats, in the interest of good 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 affairs. 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, Sherilf, Circuit Clerk, Assessor, Superintendent of Public Schools, Jailor, Surveyor, Representative in the Legislature, and Coroner respectively, and the polls shall bo open from 7 a. in. till 4 p. m. at each voting place in Madison county on the aforesaid day and for the purpose aforesaid. 3. That to defray the expenses of conducting said primr.ry election, the candidates who propose to submit their names to be voted for. shall, on or before the 8th day of May, 1897, pay to the Chairman of this Committee the following turns: Each candidate for every county ollice except that of Coroner the sum of $50, and each candidate for the office of Coroner the sum of T10. 4. That said primary election shall bo conducted by oillecrs to be hereafter named by this Committee. 5. That the Chairman and Secretary of this Committee are hereby appointed a committee to provide the ballots and mako all arrangements for holding said election. G. It is ordered that all legally qualified voters who considr 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 day of the next general election in November, 1897, and who declare their purpose and intention to nililiate with the Democratic party, shall be entitled to vote in said primary election. 7. That the Chairman of this com- mitteo 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 Ken- tuckv Register and Richmond Climax from date of adoption to time of said primary election. John B. Chexauit, Ch'm. "William Jett, Sec'y. elli-cicnt The Finest Kiurs, The Safest Drivers, Tlie 0. Oos OorsBts, MAKE American Beauties t5" "tTi,N 01 ty Kalani2zo, 3Iir!i. EC.C05 CORRECT Promptest tention. At- fjgjl lg JO!4?a SOLD IN Time Table No. 27, Taking Effect Xu ember S, 1SW. EAST BOUND - I N. I. & B. R. R. Pun-day, .fir ;?a GO SHAPES, 1ST CLASS. 2-J- n CLASS. " A . a m San Ex Sua Ex M. Sw Ex ta r M. A. M. A M. The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Your "Cousin," taey ARTISTIC Million NichobsTiHe . ,. 15 4S 7 33 7 S w lB RICHMOND. Sfllh $f ttt9 Ziyajmi K 5, ffi?n EFFECTS, P. B. BROADDUS, llunley's Old Stand. No. 26. S3 CUB in i m 0 V OataitilJox. Molxrly BrxssfieU Panoia Oniot Richmond - tI 2 12 s 47 4- ;, - 2 Irme , Itt "V-- , ci g - ,5 , jw AH I oncri-Vic WESTBOUND Ex Pinola ,,...., Moterly Union.H Crassfield RichmODtl nst; SuEx Sun . V Ex r u. a W ::SADDLERY05: t 3a i 55 & E.' & r.M. 3s . - WEAK RSEH R8ADE VIGOROUS ff&jf FWFbSft i Espfl tzr ?i vrvisr.v "ww NEWEST MODELS. ! Million Valley View.,, NichoIasriHe Versa T,.., 6 05 6 30 6 58 7 S3 34 3 15 2 i7 il 4 4 33 4 .39 5 'S 5 40 5 SCO S S7 -- iHes. 3 43 4 H 35 S3 3J A.M. r. m. A.M. S"DAf. .Ytef ISDSf-qtil-kl- y. CTOJW. vHilfiHiF Cores when a It nct powerfully and there rill, lounmcn rexnin lost manhood. viior. Absolutely Otis ocnroverTomhrul nteccl to CiireNervoimnesi, X.n?t Unlit 'miMitency, Ichtly tiulnrlcni. Lett A'mc Ithcr Hex, t'ailln;- - Mcmor- -, Vr;'rs I c and all (ffrcls of eclf abuss cr trec:s:s ndlwnlloi. Wrrds o!T inEint'y nml mramr . Oi)a'tletdruzzi"t impo"eaorthlc.jri.jr-ett:..-t ItylaUs a RTPatcr proau Iniston t oa j rw M:uV:GOS, or b pliln 1 w . i n bo csrrlod In vest pociet. lrenaM kt. 6I per box. r O tar t".1. vi'h A ? " Vr!tten iSuirantue Cro urltefnini riev. Pumprltire.SoM hr i"n.cisis. A PEFFER'S HEBWQCS M' figs? SgCW EEwqSl Trains between Lwisvie ml Versailles j-. Trains between Cinaanati ami Xldwiasvilt daily All trains connect with Soutkern RaSway ta and Tram LouisviKe, ami with the C.X. O. &1. P to and from CiRcisnatt. ou can spend Sve hours in I.aUviWe. aheutMi hours in Cincinnati or 12 hours ib Lexii;t aaii return to Richmond at S:yp. m. "sO FANCY and ac, so A All kinds of ess e PLAIN. FEATHERBOHE s9n feblO-Cm h2iiiiBPK. tT'-an- n-- ti At Valteb Azbeix's hand-mad- Sold by Richmond White. Drug Co. pnd harness, cheaper than can be bought any where in Kichmond V. G. Ghe us a trial an I be convinced. Satisfaction fe'o2l-t- f guaranted. Geo. "Whsit Stablk Litlrt L. & jN. CORSET Gfi. SOLE MANUFACTURERS. SOLD BY K. i;. JilVJSUJN. I.v Effect March 1, 1S96. lv. . rk aI ti W. D, 0LDEAS1 & COMPANY. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. BED WETTING CURED OH SO PAY. Wis. JIcs. B. II. nOWAN, Milwaukee, mch3-ly I (JEW. Y. HlhKY - OUUinLi CAIITUPT S" y- NS XT" 'I RAILWAY. I !'- il Kv., Keeommends WhkIuV Celtrv Capsules Phelbjville, Kv , M.tv 2, 'lG. Tc Wrijrbt .Mediial Co., Col., O : lieiits I have purchased a box of v.?:----,sWriuht'd Celery Cajisules fnnn U L. III -J jr M'ulileltoii. druaj'i'-t- . and used them for S"ur Stomach, Torpid I.i er and Corsti-p.ttio- n and found tht.t thev cive me George Thorpe, reliel every time. 1 think it an Street, between Main and excellent remedy. Sc-onWater, rear of Dillingham bnildiiijr, Yours very truly, Kirhmord, Ky. lieady to do all kini of blarkMiiithing promptly in the beet 9 Geo. W. Rilev. 7 unrkmanlike m.inner. t- Of Shelbyville, Express for Cincinnati, akv si. Paris, Maysville, AVin- - i. jr. Chester and LexinrtOH G.25 mail. T53 Cincinnati. rri?, Maj-s-i- . m. ville. Winch ester 2.t'5 Lexington mail. L05 Livinqston, I.onden, Jel- . 1.10 lico, l'inev-ille12 oS Fas line for Livingston, A- - H. 11.-1Londni'.Jellico Knoxville 310 Ka.- -t . m p. x. line for Ciiw-inns- 1 1 i 1 p :I III m J' l.") Rowland. Lancaster ami a. x Manfoni. 10:10 iiris Winchrsler. 11.43 Frankfort k MM Railway. V In Effect Jlarch 1, lSST.J 1 S-- DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. E.VST BOUND. LTe m TO FIND OUT. You Get to 1 I li-i- I Fill a bottle or common water glass with nrine and let stand twenty-fou- r hours; a sediment or settling indicates a diseased condition of the kidneys. When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney trouble. Too fre quent desire to urinate or pain in the back, is also convinun; proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order. the Profits Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers and Middlemen by buying direct from the manufacturer. --- gw 5) Switzer. Stamping Ground Duralis Georgetown. Lve Georgetown. rr Newtown. Centrevillo. . Elizabeth " Paris WEST BOUND. Arr Elizabeth Centreville Newtown. Georgetown Lve GcorRetown Arr Duvalls. Stamping Ground. Switzer Elkhorn. Lve Paris " " rr Elkhorn. Frantfort. . an. 638 Tfti T9R 6 45 6 St p.B3. 3 00 3 26 3 58 4 5 16 4 38 4 58 729 . 8 ee 8 12 8 32 8 S 4S a.m. 938 93fi 933 948 s.-- s 5 tt W W W 1 558 1 6 34 fi s II 1 WHAT TO DO. 11 1 1 . pro-duie- rs ItRD-T- he Climax Company. nt following quotatious fairly lepre-seour market for burley tobacco 1890 crop: Trash (green or mixed Trash (bound) . Common lujrs Medium luss Good bias Common leaf (short) Common leaf Medium leaf Good leaf Fine and selections -C- I potatoes is unaccouutnhle to him. last week were not as fatal as reported. G. W. EVANS, M. D., $ 1.00 to 1.50 2.00 to 4.00 4 00 to C.CO 2.00 to 3 50 5.01 to 7.00 7.00 to 9.00 5.00 to 8.00 8.03 t H.OO 13.00 to 1G.C0 1C00 to 19.75 The f7 TlIYSICIAN AND StJItOEON, Richmond. - - - Kentucky. OLOR Y-- DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Metllcine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond Drtlrennil residence ... 3 jSllll& HliKs'3i5sSaHK The Style, Fit ond Vtar could not be improved for SiTK.QtatJmHR &S--oP- S Double tbe PrlEe. fflFyxk. oi Third lre"t. DS17TAL SUHGSHY. DR. A. AVILICES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky Ri hucivu Orrici Smltli building. Main Street. iour. 9:0 to ta M. ; 11 to 4 I. M. limned to rTTPracticc Merchants, OfEce 1 tanker, lawyers, itijsiciam W. Douelas $3.50. $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes arc the productions cf skilled workmen, from the best nu ten ll possiDie to put into snocs sota at incss prices. e make also $20 and $225 shoes for men, and $2.00 and $1.75 for boys, and the V. L. Police shoe, very suitable for Douglas policemen and others having much walking to do. l0, $30 letter-carrie- rs, "We deutiitr. 3 C. Morgan. J.A.YATK3. MORGAN & YATES, DENTISTS, Richmond. Caak. - Kentucky and all economical inen woar W. L Dotisies Shoe because they are tbe best. For sale by VS& " j0S0k are constantly addlnc new styles to our already laryo variety, and there is 110 rea- sou wiry you cannot be suited, so insist on havinB W. L. Douglas Shoes from your dealer. Ve nse only tb.9 best Calf, Ttu3sia Calf (all colors), French ratent Calf, French Enamel, Vici Kid, etc., graded to correspond with prices 01 following quotations fairly rep- resent our market for burley tobacco 1890 crop: c o to 3.25 Trash (green or mixed) C.CO to 4 25 Trash (sound) 4 25 to 4.75 Common lugs 4.75 to COO Medium lugs Good lug 0.00 to 7.00 6 00 to 7.00 Common leaf (short) 7,00 to 9.CQ Common leaf 9.00 to 11.00 Medium leaf ILOO to 13 00 Good leaf 15.50 to 19.75 Fine and selections AGENTS, $25 to $50 per week easy! You work liylit mound home. A Brand new thing, "Write to ua QuioU You will be surpiised at hovv easy-i- t can be done. Send us your address anyway. It will be to yonr interest to investigate. Write today. AdJress, "PeopIe'8"tr394l Marapr!4 4t ket St., Philadelphia, Pa. A Lexington prophet says there are be nine more snowa uelom-- euranier. -Ixa.-; i , , . , f Oif" "" Below will be found a list of periodicals which the Climax will order for its subscribers at its reduced rates, the 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 file cect3 to one dollar on every publication named. lollowins prices include the Climax: . . . $3 75 Arena .. 3 25 American Art Journal, Music. 5 25 Art Review . American 2 15 Breeders Gazette 4 60 Century Magazine 1 95 , Cosmopolitan. Courier-Journ. 1 65 Weekly 1 45 Weekly Commercial Gazette. 1 60 . . Weekly Enquirer Magazine . . 2 65 Dfmorest's 4 35 FrankXeslie' 8 Weekly. . 3 40 Frank Leslie's Monthly 1 85 Detroit Free Press 3 75 . The Forum . 4 15 Harper's Magazine 435 Harper's Weekly 4 35 Harper's Bazar 2 63 Harper's Round Table 3 65 .. . The Independent 3 15 . Lippincott's Magazine- - . 1 9u Muncey's Magazine Magazins .. 1 90 McClnre's .. 5 25 , North American Review 1 So . . Ohio Farmer 3 15 Public Opinion 3 25 Review of Reviews. 60 Scribncr's Magazine. . J. , , 3 C5 3 St. Nicholas 1 SO St. Louis 1 75 . . N. Y. World . 2 75 Kentucky Stock Farm. . . . Evening Po3t. . 3 0C Louisville he al Semi-Week- ly No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeper LViutiville to Chattanoosa. also Lexington to Jacksonville nd Pullman Union via Hot bprlngs.AshevllIe Sleeper Lexington to New Orleans tDally Except Sunday. A. WnEDOic.P &T A- S.T. Swift. P &T.A.. Lexlnrton. Ky. Louisville. Ky J. M. LCLP.T. Jt W. H GREiN. Gen Sup. Vashlni.ton. D. C Washington. D C. -. W.A.TnK.GPA.Wt Washlngtcn. D a U. Tavloe. AGFA. Ky. Loulatllle, There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. KilmerV Sivamp-Hoo- t, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in reliein: pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of lhe urinary paspces. It corrects inability to hold nriae and scalding'pain in pawing it. or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes thatunpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many time" during the night to urinate. The mild arid the extraordinary effect of Swanip-Uois soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing case?. If you need a medicine you should have the best. Sold by druggists, price fifty cents and one dolbr. For a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by mail, mention lhe Climax, address to and send your full post-ofliDr. Kimer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y. The propretor of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this oiler. ot cc No better wheel made than the 3? Frankfort M 11 2n 11 35 11 So 6 6 "8 76 720 9 AciiBe Bicycle C. D. BERCAW, Gen'l Pass. Ageat. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Sapt. Frankfort, Kentucky. Built in our crvn factory by skilled'workmen. using the best material and the most improved machinery. Wo havo no agents Sold direct from factory to the rider, fully warranted. Shipped anywhere for examination. WRITE FOR kmiti Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom Express for Louisville Eastern Morehead and Lexington Accom. New York Limited F. F. V 6 !. X ara OisHsiterestfi-ijan27-r- a g Offer 7 39 ara 3 00 pra 5 46 pi Acme Cycle Co., Elkhart, lad. FREE EDUCATION. An education at Harvard, Yale, or any other college or institution j: in the United States, of or in lhe New England Conservatory of Mnsic, can be feeenred by any joung man or woman who is in earnest. Write for particulars JAMES D. BALL, ouiiklv. lea-nin- EAST BOUND. 9 16 am Lexington and Morehead Accom.. 11 58 am New York Limited F. F. V. 7 0O pm Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom. 9 08 pm Washington Expo" Accommodation trains run doily except Sun-da- r. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reoerrations K. HOOD. Agent L.&N Jty., call on or write Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W. BARNEY. D. P. A. C. & O. Ry.. Lexington, Ky. ,LILABJLJL1JUUJW w :u ljromiieiast.,uoston,.Mas3. Protect your lde: they may bring you wealth. AttorWrits JOH.N WKUDtKUUKN ; CO, neys, Wualsguto. D. (X. for their S1AO prize o3er and list of two hundred lavesUona wanted. Wanted-f- ln Idea Who caa think of some stmpto this: to 41 M ladisoii 1 ... Montifflenta! Work t4 E3XOELv:0riDr o O (- . & X The Horrors of Nervousness. Those who are going through,tbe indescribable terrors of this dread- ful disease, require'no descriptioit of the agonies they constantly suffer. But why suffer? Good "blood giysir good nerves; and . '.' 55 E- -. o ?? o CD. Semi-Week- ly ly Globc-Dcmocr- Twice-A-Wsc- k Courier-Journ- al ine scoe. Weekly Loaisville Commercial . N. Y. Journal, daily. .... . N. Y. Journal, Sunday.. , Silver Knight .. Cincinnati Post, daily Magacine. Peterson's Puck, vfeekly Judge, week: Atlanta Constitution 320 1 75 1 45 6 00 Jonn IS arsaparilla dJvtrettea t s. Wood. It is a nerve rives strengthener and restorer, the efficacy of which cannot be A o. -1 - p fit 1 70 320 If dealer cannot supply you, write W,L DOUGLAS, Eroctt-Hi.Kw- Atlanta Journal .. - i 525 525 ISO as 1.45 GlTALOOtnS FOSE. Off" Main Street, over Madison National Freeman Brothers, licrirnonci,,ICyv SeblO-Sm Five hundred other Journals and magazines the Climax, at reduced rates. Ths Climax Company will take pleasure in attending to orders received by mail. Always io 'state, whether or not you are now taking the o, ;periodial yeu wish sio seed for. J ,vfith -' learned that its absolute freedom from poisonous drugs or opiates, makes it safe for use 4JUART BOTTLES. in ine nanus or sick or mw persons. there is an .Increased appreciation of it. JOHN- - 4jp TON'S'SARSAPARILLA is Jl specific for impoverished pr impotent nerves; it feeds the nervous systljm to high health.provides for physical and brain endurance, cheertuinijss, nappmess ana cnergj. Our thlrty-sl- s paje Uliutnted boo' contains some Interestinj pases on Nerve It Is free for the asking. Chart bottle, 81.00. WILUAMS, DAVIS, I ROOKS & CO.. Detroit, ntciu when it is s ? o MANUFACTURER AKD DI-VLER ; IN v euro latHneittoa aad Skit Headach. 35c .:. -3; a r - AND ALL KLND OF CEMETERY WORK. JTor further particulars, prices, tOe.. address, - GRKNITE (&) 7VOISU7eNTS, 'Wmtvwkm Ylad5op iftpDUiBeiital Work?, cb-i- ""SoidbjgDz:, 'f- !. B. -- - 4 sCij ) -. .- i . L T;Ior,"Wco, 'Ky, - V,- - i " ,! 'TSSrff " ''a,: Z " c '' sT , -- f .. . j v . y 1,' vfr " ir if- --. - . - '&'" "vawL v lfc'jj - ; c I .JJ " .J "" 1 - - 'i"ita .rhSt. "-- a. r .r.jfl- - - mmm rw i -i " - ' -- jB fBr -F-I Ti z"j v i Jjy ill- - t: The Richmond Climax. PUBLISHED XVERT WEDNESDAY BT The Climax Printing Co. iftS"' PRICK Proprietors and Editor. C E. WOODS, Associate Editor. j PKR YEAR, - $1.50. $1.25 1897. IN ADVANCE, WEDNESDAY, - APRIL 21, NEW JERSEY JOINS OHIO AND MICHIGAN. , j , Canton, McKinlcj's home Patcrson Hobart's home Plarality Last Fall. Plurality Spring Election. 500 D. 153 Hi -- 937 R. -- 3.400R. D, ill sr i, ? ! ! Not tlie least important feature of the Democratic landslide in New Jersey on Tueslayis tlie fart that Pateion, the t, liome of the Vice Presinent, a manufactarSaturday. turing city, befriended by proeUtie iffs, has joined Canton, O.. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cy Cobb and child rethe President, in repudiating the Repubturned Monday to Omaha, after a re lican party. visit to relatives here. One by one the Spring e'ections are Mrs. Will S. Montgomery and her returning Demoeiacy to power. Ohio beautiful baby, Hattio Letcher, of and Michigan, two weeks ago, cave big Piqua, O., are with Mrs. S. P. WalPresident Democratic majorities. ters. home. Senator Forakcr's home, Mrs. J. E. Gott, of Hinton, West and Gov. iJu&hneU's home, all went Virginia, is the guest of her mother, Democratic, ami now the cyclone has Mrs. J. K. Gentry, on Hallie-Irvin- o Ftrurk Paten-on- . N J., the home of Vice street. President Hubart, and it goes our way. The National Association of Democrats Miss Nettie Hume, of Irvine, was Results in nearly every citv in the celebrated the birthday of Thomas JeffState indicate that the voters have erson at Washington with a banquet the guest Saturday and Sunday of her aunt, Mrs. G. E. Lilly, on North e already repented plating the The chief toast of the evening, that street. ReDemocratic commonwealth in the of Thomas Jefferson, was entrusted to Mr. E. B. Evans left on Monday publican column. V. J Bryan, and his patriotic remarks, night for Bean Station, Granger uttered in his most forcible1 style, were The Frakliu Grand Jury has indicted listened to with great attention. county. Tenn., to buy a car load of Dr. Hunter, John H. Wilson, E. T. sheep. Mr. Bryan said in part: Franks, Capt. Noel Games and T. R Col. Duncan, the famous genealo"The Democratic party is strong just Tanner, who were arrested and granted in proportion as it proves true to the gist of Jessamine, spent -- last night bail in $250 each. An indictment for teachings of its great founder. It is the with Maj. J. D. Goodloc, at Whites perjury is pending againt Hunter. mission of the Democratic party tochrys-taliz- e Station. Meantime, the latter lioldaon to the nomiinto legislation the principles Misses Hallie Tudor and Mamie nation and is dragging bis party to disnhiih he taught. The party applies Hume, of Irvine, are tho guests of honor and the Stale into bankruptcy. to Democratic principles issues se-scuold-tim- prosperity which becomes general always commences at the bottom and expands upward. Prosperity which Jbegins at the top never descends to the masses of the people except in the form of charity to dependents and beggars. The most fanatical must admit that there are at least two sides to the financial question, and the Dispatch stands alone among the daily papers in Louisville on the side which it believes promises the greatest good to the greatest number. It demands a return to the free coinage of gold and silver as tho standard money, recognized and prescribed by the Federal constitution. It will endeavor at all times to meet the just expectations of its friends, and to maintain a high standard of excellence in journalism. It naturally expects the support of all true Democrats who believe in its doctrines, and it may reasonably hope for tho patronage of those liberal-minde- d opponents whose breadth of intellect will prompt them to read and inform themselves on both sides of all important public questions. The Dispatch seized the occasion to urge those who havo invested in its stock, and those who are interested in its political success to read the splendid line of advertisements in its columns daily. When buying goods it is but natural that they should buy from tlio'-- merchants who advertise in their paper and make it a point in every instance to inform the merchant that thy patronize him in preference to others because ho advertises his business in their paper. This courso will insure the business success of The Dispatch, because merchants advertise to business, and it will help to secure the success of the cause which the Dispatch advocates. It will help the merchant who advertises in Tho Dispatch, and thus show that he wants the trade of the regular Democracy, and is willing to patronize their paper. e get into office. When they get in, that is the last we hear of it. I haven't much use for the third parties." Mr. Moody and Mr. Washington Hes-sinlate candidate for Mayor ot Chicago, appear to be of one mind. In accounting for his defeat he received 15,000 votes to 140,000 for Harrison Mr. Iles-in- g said : "I was the pioneer in the independent movement, and after blazing the wny, others w ere given support and took the fruits of my labors. It simply shows that people vho talk so much and loudly of reform don't want it when they have the opportunity ol securing it." Theso eminent geutlemen thus make strong appeals to the Democrats in this district to get together. But perhaps Mr. llesing has forgotten an unfortunate statement he made early in the campaign to the fflect that more men were in the penitentiary because of woman's ex travagance than because of man's dissipation. The man who imagines that women do not vote is greatly in error. g, Carbuncles la Mrs. Johnson, of Tineville, Ky., is mentioned as a candidate for Superintendent of Schools in Bell county. Q&&Qg&fy&fcty&Q i carbuncles on my left side and my back. They would disappear in winter and return tho next summer. I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and have never bad any carbuncles since. My little son had a fever and an indolent ulcer appeared on his left limb and spread half way around it. Onr physician recommended a blood purifier and I gave tho boy Hood's Sarsaparilla with gratifying results." A. G. B. James, Polkville, Miss. " I have been a great oufTerer frommus-cula- r rheumatism and In October began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. I continued ita use until January when I could go about as well as any one and I have had no aeuto pains since." I. W. MISKICK, Grand Isle, Louisiana. Sotroro cf Ointacnts for Cutarrh, Appeared Each Season Until Blood that contain Sfercnry, Ssrsa-parllWas Purified With Hood's as mercury will surely destroy the sense An Indolent Ulcer. of smell ami completely derange the "For several years I was troubled with whole system when entering it through Such articles tho mticon8 surfaces. should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the lamaze they will do is ten fold to tho good you can poibly derive from them. IIoll's Catarrh Cure manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. 0., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co- - Testinion ials free. Sa?Solil by Druggists, price 75c per hot You Can ?jl L Make MrZ CH? a WnJte Plume from a Crow's Tail, nor a good Bicycle from Castings. The MONARCH a s SSgjTjS Brower, Scott & Frazee, m f j y " m a gL m 3 CARPETS, FURNITURE, WALLPAPERS. DRAPERIES. ft ri fZTT ,rJ&C jilOiL Rv ZX ESS A P We Are Showing A Large and Carefully Selected Stock of VW S m Wall Papers, JV X --s7 tie. - apr7 lm Hood's Sarsaparilla Is all druggists. Trice Si; six for S3. are tlie only pills to take . HOOdS 1J111S with HcxxTs Sarsaparilla. soM by Look & PERSONAL. Mamie Hart from Cynthiann. Miss List of Letters. Bradley JIlcs Bites George Bnnger R W N Brown Birdie Bowman W A Burton A CMiss Caldwell R D Clark Kllles Coy Emma Fakner Bum Garner Marv E Gibson H V Kill Henry has returned and Mrs. Eettie Taylor, teachers. It has been whicpercd around that C L. Searcy and A. J. Tharp, two old meryears experience, chants of twenty-si- x will open up a store at,Winston. Nathan Fain has been spoken of to make tho race for jailer on the Democratic ticket, but up to this time has not accepted the call of his numerous friends. T. J. Witt, Constable, while dispossessing a widow woman last week had hot soup thrown in bis face and was threatened with acorn knife, but hedischarged his duty as though nothing had happened. Mi's Fannie Portwood, the accomodating gate keeper at Drowning Creek, for has been suffering with la grii-pseveral w eeks, but her many friends will be glad to know she has recoveted and is at her post of duty. Died, Friday, April lGth, Mrs. Charley Hayslett, of fever. Burial at White Oak Grove grave yard, near Irvine. She lady. The was a kind, christian-heartehusband has the sympathy of the community in the lots of his dear d Jennings Josie Jones Eddie Little Flem is visiting Mrs. Li C. Ifanna, in Cleveland. Mrs. L. J. Frazee and Miss Hcttio left on Monday for St. Louis. Miss Katie Blanton has for a guest Miss Xaila McDowell, of Danville. Mr. W. Rodes McDowell, of Ty rone, spent Sunday with his mother. Mr. J. Quincy Ward, Jr., of Paris, was tho guest of Mr. Harvey Chen-aul- Misslate Walker McMillin Thos Orr Jerome Seay F G Dr Turner Emma Turley OIlie Walker George Walker W S Mrs Williams Rinda Williams G A Mrs Under the Enamel ! '''N &tyWZy& CYCLE CO., G And Mouldings T, & in r mt:, oicuium aau ixw rncea uraaes I or f:"J ifie spring Season. Estimates Cheerfully Given, Satisfaction Guaranteed m In cheap Papers We are Offering ? 3 Some Great Bargains. Inspec ym t& tion Cordially Invited. Pic f pSH W3 ! J B. WILLIS, Tostmaster. Reduced Rates to New York City. The Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. will sell round trip tickets to New York City at one and one third fares going April 23rd to 2Cth inclusive and good to return until May 4th. Two Limited Vestibuled Trains each way daily, making three hours quickest time from Central Kentucky points. George AV. Bahney, Div. Pass. Agent, Lexington, Ky. &&&' J We want bright business men to represent us everywhere. m :: i vomnfitonf. Hnno-nr- s H.ninlnvo1 K'A r K - MONARCH Chicago 1 New York London. W tures and Picture Framing Specialty, a t ' aprl4-l- y WE ARE AGENTS FOR if m &K3 r-- Collector's Sale FOR I )&!, Hi -- M k-- Brower. 32-3- Scot t & Frazee, LexIngtOB, Comer Main and Broadway, 1 Kv. . '- - heart-broke- n ICwII J companion. PATXTLICK. Mr. J. C. Rncker spent Sunday with his familv at Lancaster. Messrs. Jno.JWallace and Harry Francis spent Sunday at home. Mifs Patty Creech had her opening of spring millinery last week. Rev. J. A. Mehan preached at Mt. Tabor as usual Sunday morning. Miss Laura Powell, of Lancaster, visited Mrs. W. T. Short last week, i Miss Mary Elizabeth Turley visited her aunt, Mrs.. Simmons, last week. Fish & Co,, our "butchers." purhaaed of Mr. J. W. Palmer, a nice heifer for 3;. ReV. AV. W. Orr. while here was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Anderson. Rev. A. AV. Crawford attended a meeting of Presbytery at Campbellsyille last week. Galloway & Woods shipped to Cincinnati last week two car loads of hogc, having paid 3Jc. for them. Quite a number of persons from Richmond, Lancaster and other places at tended the meeting at New Hope. Mip Elizabeth Ijiisk, of Point Lea veil, candidate for School Superintendent of Garrard county, was in our midst this w eek. Mr. Win. aChnmp," who has been a guard at the Lexington Asylum, has returned home and accepted a clerkship with Lackey &Bro. One of the luost interesting meetings closed Sunday nicht at New Hope church. Rev. Mr. Plaxco, the pastor, was ably assisted by W. W. Orr, of Xorth Carolina, who is a sound reasoner, eloquent speaker and earnest worker in the cause of Christ. Some thirty odd confessed and a number of returns to the church were a result, but the amount of good done can never be estimated. The church edifice was often crowded to its capacity and many were unable to secure admittauce, showing what intense interest was abroad in the communitv. CITY TAXES, 1896 OF TOWN.-LOT- S fj y SPRING PLOWING. W' We have the best plows the factories produce. If you expect to do ain plowing the coming spring, and an not already supplied with plows, you cannot afford to buy before giving u a call. 1 I Hox. W. J. Iiryan, upon invitation of the Legislature, spoke in Frankfort on Monday. As usual no building was large enough to contain the crowd. The eloquent leader began by baying: Kentucky and her people are noUnl J for hospitality ami kindnevj to strangers, hut this is the first time in my career that I have received an invitation fioui a State and Legislaturea majority of whose officers and members belong to another political party. I have addressed half a dozen Legislatures, but this is the first time such this courtesy has been extended to me." f IW Kaas the hole to the tune of half a million dollars, by the defalcation of the Republican State Treasurer. The d pins this motto at Omaha its mast head: is in World-Heral- r i 4 Tim snAItCHMOIIT. From the Fusion City Platform. A change of administration at the capital lms revealed a republican defalcul ion of over 5500,000. We demand that the searchlight be turned on in all offices in the city hall. This is the party of purification, bullifi-catioand confiscation. Vote them out, where they are in; keep them out where TURN OX n, the their aunt, Mrs. Claude Smith, on winch arise from time to time. For Second street. many years the tarifi" question was a After a delightful visit to friends paramount issue, and the party took a in Michigan and other places in tho more advanced position each year, until North, Miss Helen Dennett returned 1S92, when it declaied itself in lavorof a home on Saturday last. poliry which meant substantially a Mr. Hughes IJronston, of LexingtarifTfor leveuue only. ton, oldest son of Hon. Charles J. HOLD? CLEVELAND KEMMNSIK: E. Bronston, was hero on Sunday. He "But the President elected at that is nearly six feet tall and a very time, instead of proceeding to cany out handsome young man. that portion of the platform forced upon Miss Minna Crutcher left yesterday public attention an issue wbicti had up for Lawrenceburg to visitJMrs. Robto that time been considered secondary. ert McKeo. It is needless to say she Mr. Cleveland, more than any other one will have a great time. She takes lerson in this nation, is responsible for good times with her everywhere. the prominent position which the money Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walden, nee question now occupied It was his deMiss Mary M.Smith, came over on termination to complete the demonetizi-tio- n Saturday to visit the latter's brother. of silver and make the gold standard .Mr. Jas. W. Smith. Mr. Walden perpetual that aroused the massrs of the returned home on Monday, but his United States to active resistance. The wife will remain here this week. struggle for fcr.premai-- between the gold After a delightful visit to Sirs. standard and bimetallism was recognized Delia Ramsey Kennev, near Danas a contest between the money power aud the common peop'c. The explicit ville, Miss Anna Fnueu returned on declaration of free aud unlimited coinage Monday. Miss Clara Moore Sherlcy at sixteen to one without waiting for the was also there, and the trio attended aid or consent of any other nation was the hop by the "Chasse des Fees," at made necessarv ty the attempt of certain Danville. men to evade preceding platforms. y John L. Baxter, Collector of the City of Richmond, will offer at public sale iu front of the Court House door, in Richmond, Ky., on ATEE Now &. RACYCLE, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1897, Between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. aud 6 o'clock p. in., the following property, to pay the city taxes assessed against game in the year 1896. WHITE LIST. it makes no difference whether you ride a wheel or not, come and examine what wre have and you will see something which will Everything kept in a well tl Avers, Mrs. Nannie B $ 130 Ballard, Mrs. Mary A., heirs.. . . 1,000 (500 Baxter, Mrs. Rebecca, heirs . . 400 Brooks, J. J., 3 800 Creed, Mrs. Lucy W Carr, J. E., Adm. T. G. Hacker . 'i,500 Clowers, A. C 400 700 Doty, C. K Deatherage, G. Sam 150 500 Edwards, AV. T 100 800 Faulconcr, Mrs Nannie 200 Gilbert. Perry, 3 Green, J.S 1,200 Hicks, Fred, Adm. J. B. Hicks, 2 . 1,050 Hugerman, B. C., 3 300 1,500 James, Mrs. Hannah 100 Kirby, Jno. II 500 Moores,Jas.,l 100 Million, G. B., 1 400 Mullinger, A. F., 1 450 Marcum, H. F., 2 400 Marcum, Richard, 1 150 Masters, Jno. 1 500 McMahan.PatSr., 1 O'Neil, David, 1 1,600 interest you. equipped hardware house is found in our stock. Estill, J. T R. R. S. CRO W. Shackelford - Gentry, RICIDIO:sD, KENTUCKY. WHERE DISSEXTIOX BEGAN. CORRESPONDENCE. XEWBY. H they are out. Speaking of the President'd appointment of Coinmisfeioners to v isit foreign countries in the interest of an international monetary conference, which was set forth in the Climvx last week, Wm. Jennings Bryan savshe thinks the personnel of the commission is excellent, so far as Mr. Stevenson and Mr. Wolcott Mr. Paine he did not are concerned. know. itft "Mr. Wolcott's vibit abroad last summer," said he, "especially fits him for service as one of the Commissioners, and Mr. Stevenson's conspicuous position in the Democratic party and the nation makes his appointment entirely appropriate. The fact that he is. a and actively supported the Democratic party in the demand for independent action by the United States instead of being an argument against him will lend weight to his influence as one of the Commissoners. "All independent bimetallism favor international bimetallism, if that is possible, bnt do not believe in wailing for other nations" to act. The 0,500,000 who supported the demand for independent bimetallism will heartily rejoice if the commission is able to bring about a restoration of international bimetallism. ' But a large majority, if not all independent bimetallMs, regard international bimetallism as a verv remote possibility. If the Commissioners fail to secure an international conference, or if successful, and an international conference does not secure foreign co operation for the restoration of bimetallism, the cause of free silver will be stronger in 1900 than in J89G. because many who have been inclined to rely on foreizn aid will see the necessity of on the part of the people of the United .States." In the same dispatch came the report that the commission is regarded as a "farce by England. The Globe, SL James Gazette and Pall Mall Gazett all ridicule the idea of the United States bimetallic mission having any practical results. This bears out Mr. Bryan's claim that independent of this country must any other Nation in this matter. self-relian- "The party struggle which culminated in the Chicago Convention of necessity alienated a portion of the party. The party was placed in the position where it was compelled to indorse the financial policy of the President or adhere to the doctrines and traditions of the party. The position taken by the Democratic party in 1S96 will not be surrendered. "If you doubt tho permanency of the Chicago platform as a party creed go among the rank and file of the party and measure the zeal and enthusiasm which that platform has aroused, and you will tealize the impossibility of taking a backward step. "True, the present Administration is seeking to turn public attention to the tariff question, but if our reasoning is well founded, an increase of taxes cannot restore prosperity to the producers of wealth. The sick in this vicinity are all better except H. C. AVhitaker. Mrs. Thursa Lowery is erecting her a nice residence near this place. Our merchants, Heathman & Jenkins, are doing a hustling business in their line. "If the Dingley bill brings general and permanent prosperity, the Democratic party will not be in a position to win a contest by opposing it. 'If, on the other hand, the Dingley bill proves a disappointment to those who advocate it, our position of 1896 will be strengthened and public attention will be riveted upon the fact that the cause of financial depression is to be found in our monetary system. ' There is much in recent events to RECENT ELECTIONS ENCOURAGING. en- at courage the followers of Thomas Jefferson. The spring elections indicate a growing Fentimcnt along the Hues of the Chicago platform. In fact, the elections which have taken place show so great a gain that the Republican party may now oe considered a minority party. It has but one hope of escape from the wrath to come, and that is to secure bimetallism by international agreement before the people of the nation have another opportunity to speak ut the polls. While we who believe in independent bimetallism generally reginl an international agreement as neither necessary nor possible, we may well hope forsuc-cej- s. to any one who nrike the attempt to secute foreign assistance. EVILS OF THE GOLD STANDARD. k : organ of Kentucky Democracy and the paper of the people, made its appearance on Sunday last. Deserted by the majority of city journals, the plain people of the country have now an organ of their own. If they sipportit.it will be a succeps; and in that way only can it become a sucpatronage cess. It takes first-clapaper, and as to make a first-clathis is the offspring of necessity, all the more important is it that the people should give it instant, encouragement Wm. Jennings Bryan started the machinery and received the first copy The Dispatch believes that the policy which it advocates will be good for the farmer, and the ,mechanic, and the day laborer, and that whatever is for their good Is.fortho good of the merchant, for the good of the banker, for the good of th manufacturer, and for the good of every iutretj, becKUge thL ss ss The Ions looked-fo- r "If onr opponents succeed in opening Dispatch, the the mints of other nations as well as their own mints, we shall rej icp, the condition of the people will be improved and they will be able to proceed with other remedial legislation. II, however, the Republican party, after pledging itself to secure international be-ciu- se bimetallism, finds it impossible to fulfill that pledge, itsexpressd preference for a double standard will rise up to condemn it if it attempts to continue longer the evils of the g tld 6tndard." THE PARTY IN POLITICS. fXouisvillePost. "1 believe in having two big parties in a big city as well as in the national campaigns. We-- need them, to watch As for retormpartk, we each etiM-r- . bw-js- r . kui: - - The noted evangelist. Mr. Moody, takes his politics and his relgion straight. In an iuteiview with a reporter of the 1t-- t UisjWrli of St. Louis, Mr. Mood) Oar townsman, T. J. Million, has been relieved as storekeeper and gauger at BEREA. Bogie's distillerv. The many friends of Miss Jennie HanThe Democrats of Million district met at Newby last Saturday to set a day for a son, who has been dangerously ill for primary election for Magistrate and the past two weeks, will he glad to learn Constable. The 19th day of June is the that she is convalescing rapidly. dav named for said election. Berea College will celebrate Field Day WATSTOIT. some time in May. The college boys are Estill County. preparing enthusiastically and a great Dr. John S. Turner, of Irvine, was gala day is anticipated. The date will be here this week. given later. D J. Snowden is confined to his room Miss Marguerite Brown, of Toledo, with la grippe. Ohio, who has been bravely fighting off W. C. Newman is visiting friends at pneumoula for the past few days, is Ford this week. out of danger and will soon Thomas Turpin and family moved to be able tc resume her studies. Red House last week. The College Glee Club (boys) gave a Author Witt, of Station Camp, visited concert at, Kingston last Saturday evenfriends here Saturday and Sunday. ing under the able direction of Prof Mrs. Martha Benton is suffering'with stotmch trouble aud her recovery is Thurston, and Monday evening the Young Ladies' rendered an enjoyable doubtful. Mrs. Emily K. Laine, of Irvine, is program at same place. These two Glee visiting her daughter, Mrs. Belle Quinn, Clubs have been meeting with great sucthis week. cess and are warmly welcomed and enRev. Joe McSwain and wife, of Rich-- , thusiastically encored wherever they mond, were preaching in Estill county appear. last week. Ralph Bingham, of Virginia, the faCharley Witt, one of Estill's citizens, mous ' Boy Orator" of who has left last week for Illinois to make his been winning laurels ever since his sixth future home. year, appeared before a large audience in John Mansfield, the Winston shoemaker, has recovered from a long spell the College Chapel last Monday evening. of sickness aud is now at his post of On June 14th, 1877, at the age of six, he duty. made his first appearance in the RichLast Saturday was the regular meeting mond (Va.) Theatre before an audience of the Green Broaddus Post G. A. R, of three thousand people. That Berea but only a few of the old boj-- s were appreciated the opportunity was proven by the crowded house and the storms of present. Eld. D. G. Comb", the noted mountain applause. For two hours he held the He is undoubtevangelist, preached at Sand Hill Satur audience spell-bounday and Sunday. He'is doing good work edly without a jeer on the American platform. iu EstilJ county. Mrs. Linna Tearson. of Panola, was STATIOJSr. here last week looktng after a spring ,. fEstlll County school. She is competent and comes J. H. Turpin, of Portwood, was in town well recommended. one day last week. Sunday-schoat Amerine schol house Dr. L: II. "Wilson sold his grist mill to everv Sunday morning at 9 o'clock. S. Mr. Stephens, of Millers Creek. Wilder, superintendent, J. H. Amerine Miss Emma Newman, of this place, is her grandfather at Speaisville. Awarded Eev. J. G. Parson, of Cedar Grove, Highest Honors World's Fair, is holding a protracted meeting at Panola this week. Mrs. Maggie Mngowau, of this place, viMted Miss JiOna Rice at Irvine last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Ed. Newman, of Spcarsvilie, Fayette county r made a flying vi-- it to his daughter, Mrs. John Newman, last week. Mrs. Charley Hayslett died IasSatur-da- y morning of malarial leven Her to-da- y, Perkins. Mrs. Lou., 1 Pullins, Mrs. Minerva, Rymel.J. W.,1 COO 1 Smith, W. II., Jr., 1 Smith, Mrs. C. K 3,000 Schmidt, Mrs. Eliza A , heirs, 1 . . 1,500 250 400 2,000 Smith, Jno. AV., 1 Todd, J.C.I Taylor, Dr. T. J., 4 Todd, H.I Tudor, C. AV., 1 AVhite, Jno. D., 22 COLORED LIST. 1 ". 1,500 1,000 3,100 100 400 . . 1,300 '-- Jk J fe ilhfiS Burton, Steve, Blythe, Sol, 1 Ballard. Winston, 1 . Breck, Burgoyne, 1 Burgin, Martha, heirs Bull, Jesse, heir 1 Bena, Chas.. 1 Cochran, Sarah, 1 Crutcher, Narcis, 1 Chenault, Bob, 1 Cheuault. Tobe, 1 Cobb, AVilliam. 1 100 150 300 900 200 300 350 (Q) mm jr r 800 250 150 200 75 200 400 150 200 400 200 200 SCO f is H v v "flDfe v 3 Campbell, Matt Jr., Carmichael, Jno., 1 Cornelison, Ed.. 1 1 Deatherage, Sam, 1 Embry, Rebecca, 1 . .' Embry, Mary's heirs, 1 wmm mm Embry, AV. C, Estill, Hayden, Gentry, Mary, Harris, Ben, 1 1 1 1 1 Francis, Minerva, Flack, M. D., 2 150 500 1C0 'iii 3 KINas Harris, AVoodson, 1 Harris, William, 1 Hocketsuiith, Mason, Irvin, Joe, 1 . . Irvine, Henry, 1 Jui man, Sarah, L. . Miller, Harrison D., 1 Miller, Letcher, 4 . Martin, Irvine, I.t Monraa, Jas., 1 ? 1 . . .... ... 250 150 150 300 250 150 400 300 .x.".. 2500 200 2SQ ol .Mitchell, Mary, 1 Moore, Mrs. Mose, . . . . Noland, Geo. W Parkes. Geo. Ann. 1 Sheppard, Chas., 1 "... . . . . . ... .... - Ston, Irene, 1. . .- Mvm CREAM Smallwood, Chas:, 1 Tomlin, Harry. 1 Taylor. Fiauk, 1 Tribbie, Mose. 1 Tribblc, Mary's hers, 1 Tribbie, Pleas, I ..-..,- . ToiW, thas. H.fl-- j, AVilhs, Ednu, 1 . ; AVilliamp, Sallie, T." White, Mary, 1 . . . AVhite, Jennie, 2 AVhite, Rose Ann, 1 , . AVhite, Adam's heirs I AVhite, Jas., 1 AA'alkcr, William, 1 Walker, Owen, I AValksr.Robt.,1!;. . . .' 500 150 150 250 250 200 75 150 130 SCO 'Y According to one authority the word "dollar" is a corruption of the German word "thaler," the form in Dutch beinir "daalder," Danish "daler," and Italian "tallero " All these different forms were derived from Joachim's Thai, a Bohemain town, where the Count of Schlict, A. D. 1517, coined some excellent pieces in silver of one ounce in weight. "From the name of the town came Joachim's thaler, applied d to the coins, as well as that of Schlickenthalec Hence, Joachim's thaler pieces we-- p first contracted into Joachim's thaleraand then into thalers. These coins gaia3-snca reputation." -says the St. Louis that they became a pattern, so that others of tho same kind, though made in other places, took the name, the word assuming different spelling through the low countries, reaching Spain as dollars, and through its provinces transmitted to the Western hemisphere, where it was applied to coins prior to the adop'ion of the federal currency. In coinage the word 'dollar is a favorite, being found under various spellings in almost every part of the globe " The value of a dollar has so increased of late that it will now purchase twice as much as formerly, particularly in dry goods, clothing, and gent's furnishings at the New York Store, next to Farmer's National Bank, Richmond, Ky. above-nameGlobe-Democr- m A . . . f5 thjaf who want to -, ,- husband has the sympathy of tho comJ50 munity in hiff8ad bereavement, 300 . fc . ' 200 It was reported through your valuable . -. 250 paper last week thafeJT. Turpin had - 1 been nominatedby the'DemocrabVof this WirikfieW,.Do,wll"..j. MOST PERFECT MADE , .' eounlyfor Coroner, which is aiMfake WMhiBtoH,tNancy, iT..,?. .. jjisi). 2S0J A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. lieve'had , no convention Yates: GtMw,. .;- - Tnt The Democrats "t T' from Ammoou, 'Afijm or iy other adulttnwt,- - 3 ?" fjriBMHJrljet atkl, no.dasSiW been JJSaxwb,- -; i . 'J i RAKING ''. .... ....,. H ..... 300 950 100 250 . 400 300 250 150 400 .... -?- . JB. " - P0WWB ....-- . Sc ,- - v - m w i 'J7V " " 40 TOXS TH8 STAM8AM). " . , ?rr4 ?. fi9 iw to)Un H WilliKf lwM-.- if J T ,.... 4"W r Mill 9 L l i L- - T" T' a' r ft JL-- Jyt V FV VS1 n "" 'l R. P. and'C. Co. nwmu " l i. r ,m der contract to the Nashville Centennial The old story of rrometheus is a paraExposition, and is on its way there. Dur- ble- Proomethcns was on terms of inti member of the Richmond ing latt night quite a number of persons macy with the From them he CaAwroim. On Sunday, April 18th, Produce and Coal Co., the other partwho had beard of its appearance here stole fire, and gave it men. For litis eiu WEDNESDAY. APRIL 21, 1S97. ners being Messrs. A. S. Coyle and to the wife of W. T. Crawford, near sat up and watched until well in the he was bound to the rocks of Mount J. S. Kennedy. They handle coal, Kingston, a boy, Name him Dr. Martin. morning, wtih the hope of seeing it re Caucassns, and vultures were set. upon SUFFERERS. FOR THE ROOD produce, feed, flour, seeds, salt, lime A Wonderful Freak A Colt With Two Legs. turn, but as far as known it failed to hhn. They onl ate httlier. This grew again a fast as it was pecked away.; Are Shall Richmond remain silent and cement They are the greatest A colt with only come back." his sufferings to be imagined ? while other towns are sending aid to exporters of turkeys, geese, etc., and two legs was foaled on the farm of Maggie Igo. every Christmas and Thanksgiving W. W. Rrookshir. last Saturday Take a modern interpretation of the the flood suHerers in the lower This is an ago of speed, and in- parable. There is no cooking without Valley? That whole section is they ship about 25,000 pounds of the week, and was the most remarkable creasing speed and everynow a waste ot overflowing waters delicious gobblers, etc. freak of nature ever seen in that sec- thing seems to at 'that, go. Almost tire. In cooking and eating the mischief be.on the from the mighty Mississippi, which Why go away from home for style tion. The hind legs were perfect, all records aro being smashed to lies. The stomach is overtasked, the has hurst all the bulwarks of nature finish, durability, and prices, when all but there were no forelegs whatever. pieces from that of an ocean steam- bow els became clogged, they cannot dispose of the food that is gi'en them. The and the barriers of art and stretches can be had by calling on our old reliable The shoulders were perfectly ound. er's time across the Atlantic down to impurities hack upon the liver. Then Mr. Brookshiro gave the freak to like an ocean over the desolated tailor. G. Schafhausen, aftTie old stand a walking match. come tne vultares the torments of a country. Thousands of homes arc over White & Gibson's store? Ho has Mr. John Powell, and believes with Avhat an ago It is hidden beneath the waves, and count- over 600 samples ot suits. Go and see proper care it could have been raised. of progress this is, and there is no diseased liver. Dr. Pierce's Golden MedIt was sprightly, and made repeated telling where it will stop. Speaking ical Discovery is more titan equal to the less millions are forever lost. Hun- or yourself and learn prices. apr7 3v vultures of dyspepsia and its kindred efforts to arise, and when assisted to of beings have pel ished dreds of human speed reminds us of a quite It Was a Hoax. diseases. There is no more need of sufits feet it tried to walk. by the flood, whilst starvation stares filly wo saw a few days The Mink family, keepers of the The colt lived twenty-fou- r hours, ago. Judged from her speed this fering from dyspepsia than there is of the survivors in the face. While neighboring towns and vil- toll gate on the Otter Creek pike, and was seen by the following gen- young miss is simply a wonder. She hanging one's self. Sold by all medicine It lages are sending aid to that stricken near town, indignantly deny the re tlemen who reside in the neighbor- belongs to Mr. R. P. Fox, of Rich- dealers the world over. m m X M'i'tion of our beloved Southland; port that they armed themselves to hood, between Doylesville and Ford : mond, Ky., and has been christened m. Sam Riiviw Camp of Confeilrate Vetprevent a raid on their gate. They Raymond Shearer, John Powell, yea. while the whol nation's heart Maggie Igo. She is not large, but erans lias bei it organized at Marion. pulses in sympathy at this awful dis- have not placed any firearms in their Perry Powell, W. T. Noland, Cyrus well formed and handsome, and was Spri&er Acquires tress, shall Madison county heed not house for any such purpose, and what Baxter, Cyrus Raker, and several foaled May 21, 169G. On April 3, That the impurities which have accumuthey have on hand aro their huntin? others. theory of distress? when only about ten and a half lated in your blood during the winter The Climax has taken the initia- outfits which have been there for Mr. Crow Hz Anolher Call. months old, with very little work, Hliail be promptly and thoroughly expel-lu- d years. They do not anticipate trouble, tive in the work of raising a fund for The Climax has received the fol- she trotted nn eight of a mile on the if good health is expected. When the the sufferers, and will open books this have made no preparation for it, and lowing letter from Kirksvillo, prop- Richmond track in seconds a warmer weather comes these iinpuritits dislike the notoriety given them. morning to receive contributions, 2:20 gait timed by Messrs. J." J. are liable to manifest themselves in vaerly signed: Why is it that we aro selling Editors the from one cent up. We acknowledge Neale, L. N. Neale, Jeptha Chenaul rious ways and often lead to serious illClimax: of receipt of a check for $5 from 31 r. more men's and boys' clothing than Acknowledging allthat was said in and Neale Bennett Maggie has a ness. Unless the blood is rich and pure AY. S. Jones, who is really the origiever before? It is easily answered. bold, open gait, and seems to know that tireil feeling will alllict you, your Buyers are finding out that they can your last issue as true, in regard to nothing but trot. She is sired by Mr. nator of th scheme. appetite will fall and you will find yourCrow's call to become a Remember, that "He gives tlnico buy good, all wool clothing that is Rev. Win. candidate for Superintendent of Fox's horse, Dr. Hooker 2:23, and self "all run down." Hood's Sarsaparilla cut, made and trimmed right and w ho gives quickly." out of a daughter of Wilkes Boy tones and strengthens the system' drives which are entirely free from shoddy County Schools, and wishing Old 2:24a; second dam byBoggs' Grey out all impurities and makes- pure, rich to be honored once more by Madison Wagons for Rale or trade, See appearance and cost them no more a pure, true man, and a Eagle. ,Dr. Hooker is a son of Vat- healthy blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla is local Lyman Parrish. than they have been paying for (sire of Belle Vara the one true blood purifier and the best Democrat, we ask him to withdraw ican 2:29 Wagers & Cohen shipped seven car-- ! clothing of doubtful qualities. Come Vassar 2:07 and eleven oth- spring medicine. Be sure to get only from that raco and to run for the 2:0 and see our goods before buying. ial of ho and cattle latt week apr" lm Legislature. We want a man with ers), out of Mary Ann (dam of Robin Hood's. Covington & Mitchell. (4) 2:20, by White's Hambletonian ; Miss Mattie Shifllett is dangerfirmness and one who will do honor A lauudrv is to bo started at second dam Maggie, by Black DiaKilling At Berea. ously ill at her home wthi la grippe. to our county and State. mond. Vatican is one of the good "Man Voters." Ed. McIJane and Wm. Vaughn The Louisville Dispatch grows sons of the great Belmont, son of Totacco Spit and Smoke Year Life kx&j. quaireled over a woman at Berea on The Climax is authorized by Mr. Vara (grandam of Kremlin 2:07, Don'tyou want to every day. It and the Climax If auit tobacco usiDg easily Saturday nigt. Vaughn shot twice Crow to express his profound gratibomaao well, Kin vear$1.73. See ad. etc.), by Hambletonian; second dam and forever.life and vigor, strong, magnetic, full of new take at McBano, the latter returning the tude for this additional evidence of that makes weak men The opera Mikado is playing to a Are, the load taking effect in his" ad- friendship, but to decline the propo- Venus by American Star. As Bel- the strong. Many gain ten pounds In ten days. full house as we go to press. It is versary's bowels. The ball was a sition, since the former office would mont was out of Belle, the greatest Over lOO.COO cured. Buv of your daughter of Mambrino Chief, it will drucgist, under guarantee to cure, 50o or t'if iM'st local show in years. and death resulted next be more congenial to his tastes and readily be seen that Dr. Hooker has (1.00. Booklet and samplo mailed free. Ad. The IJerea Glee Club gave enter-- t day. McBanecanie in and surren- inclinations. He has been out of the three crosses of the blood Of the Hero Sterling UemedyCo.,Clnisu;o or New York. up i n rm i h I ii ii biii ii 7 rrnHr t ip' ii i 1 ! itnments at Kingston on Friday and dered, and his case is now being in- county much of the time since his of Chester, backed up by both MamAlex. Murphy's mare, in Monroe N?lv" announcement for School Superin- brino Chief and American Star. Dr. county, is the mother of twin mules. Monday, and may give a concert vestigated before the jury. Later. The Grand Jury dismis- tendent but says he finds a sentiment Hooker has a natural right to sire li re. The Metropolitan Democratic daily sed the investigation. in his behalf greater than lie had speed, and he is siring it, as will be and weekly paper, "The Louisville Dis- -Mrs. Frances E. Beauchamp w ill de-- I hoped for. , Grant Monument Ceremonial. demonstrated by the performance of patch," will make its appearance the a temperance lecture on Sunday the following of his get: Dr. Conner firbt week in April. J. H. Kennedy will :u ernoon at 3 o'clock at the Christian The Gibson Pictures. New York, April 27, 1897. Round . ' urih. trip tickets to New York City will bo The Gibson pictures are in process (1), paced a half mile in 1:08; take subscriptions for Madison county. on sale at low rates. $25 00 round of a successful and beautiful com- Docile (1), trotted the same distance Office next door to Richmond National C. V. vs. Miami, Ohio, University, in 1:15; Lucy Gilbert (1) trotted a Bank. from Nicholasville, mar24 4w . Friday afternoon, at 'J o'clock. with limit to return for this occasion, pletion. As at least one member half mile in 1:12; Col. Carver (1), a May 5th. Queen from many of our familes is invited mission 25 cents. Big game of & Cresent Dr. Lancaster 6ays there is not 100 vestibuled trains make to take part, it is impossible to give half in 1:18; JLuul (1), paced the " I.i- -- ball. same distance in 1:18, the last eighth acres of corn ground plowed within a close connections at Cincinnati with here a list of the different characters radius of eight miles of Pellville. Mr. C. E. Smith is negotiating all lines East, only one change of and scenes. All have not been asked in 17 seconds; Judge Fox (1), an sale of 10,000 acres of Perry cars from Nicholasville to New yet and some have not been placed eighth in 1:18J; Dr. Gilbert, an "Working "Woman's Homo Associat eighth in 17 seconds; and Lady I'.ntty land to a wealthy western York. W. C. Rixeaksox, tion, so of course a perfect list cannot be K ntuckv gentleman. 21 S. Peoria St.. Chicago 111 Gcii'l Pass'r Agt., published until later. We heard of a French, Andy, etc.. that have all Jan. 11, 189G. Cincinnati, O. Richmond gentleman who asked shown fast- - Now, if the get of Dr. There will be continuation services at Hooker train on, which they unOur Working Woman's Home Associawhat the Gibson pictures .were, so I episcopal church this, Wednesday He Was A Lincoln Delegate. t doubtedly will, he cannot help being tion used Foley's Honey and Tar six perhaps it would be well to say that a sire of both uniform and einnx, conducted by Bishop Burton. Elisha U. Harrison, a cousin of extreme years ago. and are using it It has i mtation extended to all to attend. Harrison, and a delegate those to be given here are a rep- speed. Kentucky "Stock Farm. always been a favorite, for while its taste resentation of some of the most faSearles & Cole, besides handling to the first Convention that nomina- mous of Charles Dana Gibson's beauis not at all unpleasant its effects are very The Amends Honorable. 'li grade work are meeting compe-- i ted Abe Lincoln at Chicago, died at tiful drawings, in other words, 'living sucAn incident out of the ordinary occurred benefki.d.Wisihing you all possible tion bysellinga $15 sewing machine. Berea on Sunday morning and was pictures' of the most charming char- in the Climax office last Thursday. An cess, sincerely yours, Laura G. Fixen, door to Richmond National buried Monday in the family burying acter. Those who will take part have indignant hut beautiful littlelady walked Bus. Mgr. apr" lm ground near by. i: ink been selected as types most resemb into the building, and going directly to Mr. 11. F. Hillenmeyer, the noted Deceased the best citi- 1.25 for round trip to Cincinnati zens of the was one of was a farmer, ling the faces and figures in the Gib- the associate editor, inquired: "Are you Lexington nurseryman, cays fruit was a locality, unda.i , April 25th, vir. L. & N. and leaves a wife and three children: son pictures, and this entertainment the man who wrote that piece about me not injured by the frost last week. beau'I it n leaves Richmond 3:19 a. m., and said I was the youngest teacher in John Harrison, Mrs. Josia Burdett, promises to be one of the most Yc-t iirning tiful spectacular exhibitons since the the United States?" "Yes," replied 7:55 leaves Cincinnati at and Eczema. Tetter, and Mrs. John Will Johnson. great Temple of Fame exhibition here that attache, "but why do you ask?" in . buino date. The intense itching and smarting inciA Lightning Pencil Pusher. fis-years ago. It will occur at the "Because," said she, with a stamp of her dent to these diseases is instantly allayed The copy of Life" taken Mr. R. Lee Davis contributed .a Court House, on Thursday night, little foot and a toss of her golden hair, by applying Chamberlain's Eye and fioin HaganV drugstore, by mistake Ointment. Many very bad cases . column of Richmond news to the April 29, unless the date is changed. "I am not a teacher, I am only a little Skin been permanently cured by it. It -of niar-- c. belongs to Dr. W. U. Mar-- t is given by the ladies of the Epis- helper, and I don't want you to say that have Stanford Journal of Tuesday. Re- It is equally efficient for itching piles and i. of Kingston. He admires the news to daily papers copal church, assisted by a profes- any more. Now, do you hear?" The a favorite remedy tor sore nipples; depre-- c sides supplying i.i!e if the purloiner but from New York to St. Louis, and in- sional lady artist, and as beforelsaid, Knight of the Faber and Shears prom- chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites Itih methods. Notice lo Creditors. a 25 cts. per box. No small objevttion which young folks si v? w A Point to HcxacEiber. cidentally getting out a l' a week will rival in interest and beauty any- ised to obey, and the little one departed and chronic sore eye3. e e had to the All persons indented to the firm of D. Miss Llvira Sydnor Miller will Register, Mr. Davis has time to tend thing given here in late years. If you wish to purify ymtr blood you with an air of conscious triumph. What Dr. Catly's Condition Powders, are nauseousness. In our day. tin- J. ?nowden and D. S. Wilcox for the It r readings and recitations In g the Climax said, and which has since just what a horse needs when in bad should takea medicine wl.ich cures blood his garden and wheel his baby buggy Col. Caperlon's Effective Speech. of Tom Covincton for the year objection is removed and Ayer's Sarsatin- - city on May 7th, Friday evening. on been copied throughout the country, was condition. Tonic, blood purifier and diseases. The record of cure by Hood's ISSVi, are hereby notified to all ac the boulevard. When Bryan AGBNTS- Col. J. W. Caperton has received They are not food but Sarsaparilla proves that this is the best parilla, the mot powerful and popular of counts with D. J. bnowden. settle vermifuge. Revenaugh Wolf, the vocalist, comes to Richmond in July, Davis of medicine and the best in use to put a upon his speech iu effect that Richmond could boast many compliments ii as pleasant to the Waco, Ky apr7 3t D. H. BALDWIN' & COS for the blood ever produced. will accompany her and take part in will be on the stand and keep flies youngest teacher in the world, in the horse in prime condition. Price 25 medicine in the case of Fayette Miller's Heirs the It Hood's Sarsaparilla cures the most stub- palate as a cordial. t.it- entertainment. Myra Tevis, cents per package. person of little off his idol. vs. the National Fraternal Union Inborn cases and it is the medicine for you A packet is to ply between Owenboro who was last year graduated High Grade Pianos and Or A Crowd Fishing. Circuit Court. Atthur Piatt was sntenced to the pen- to take if your blood is impure. surance Co. .of Cincinnati. Thejcase Kindergarten School of Miss from the Florence andlSow'luig Ureen. -- M92 gans; Xew Home and other A number of local sports have gone Ernest Ill,forgrand larceny, was sent was the most stubbornly contested of Hood, and was assisting in teaching the itentiary for four years at Lcxinton for murdering Jesse Tyree. Henry t ant ueecner ouch liiiormeu a I 77JE. u; t Station Camp toflsii for a weok. up for one year. The lad is fourteen the week and resulted in a verdict r Eocd's Pills are the best high grade little folks this year. This caused the man who came to him complaining of I rank Carr. of Paris, is one of them. years old and robbed Mr. Donelson's for the plaintiffs, for the payment of row, and hence ErerYbody Says So. pill; assist digestion, cure headache. 25 this amende honorable idoomy and despondent feelings, that the policy of ?o,000, with interest. LOUISVILLE Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonsafe. Gone To Housekeeping. we make apology most ample, retraction derful medical dfscoeryol Uie age. p'cas-an- t cents. what he most needed was a good cathai-tiCol. Caperton was of counsel for colored, concealed Bill Portwood, most complete. and refreshing to the taslc, act gently Mr. and Mrs. Waller Bennett have The poplation of Lebanon Junction meaning, of course, such a medicine $25 and 10 days. Same and the heirs of the deceased Miller, whom Also, cheap machines, from To understand the significance of the and positively on kidneys, livci mid bowels, moved to the Stone Walker residence, weapons, Muudy, for malicious shootiug, 10 he personally knew and respected. incident it should be remembered that cleansing tho entire system, dispel colds, is more than SOO.aud many new houses as Ayer's Cathartic Pills, every dose beJohn tonstipation will be built there next ppring. euro headache, fever, liaUtual v liih- Col. D.R. Tevis has moved his $15 up. All kinds of sewing effective. True to his instinctive fidelity to his It A STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC box buy and $25 each. the printing office was in a the and biliousness. Please M) rent. try a and f.imily on FifthStreet, nearly opposite days and Bold 10, 2.", of C. C. C. friends and with a lofty conception When you are weak, tired and lifeless, Wade Hampton confessed to stealing A bear has been been iu Laurel cotmtr. ing machine supplies. noise of the presses, the hangingof the guaranteed to cure by all Uruj. gists. NEWSPAPER. ih- - Dr. Curren Smith residence. you need to enrich and purify your blood cuu from John Ballard, 12 months in of the justice of the claim, Col. Ca- mallet on leaden forms, the inevitable Baldness is often preceded or accomperton met the demands of the occaReds vs. Chicago. Sevral new saloon licenses are to he with Hood's Sarsaparilla. It jail. chatter ot tho printer's "devils," conspirRepairing a Specialty.' panied by grayness of the hair. To For the Free Coinage of Silver. sion with a speech, which, for pro ing to Case of Pieas Moody for killing Theoheap Sunday excursion via. distract an older person than our applied for at Iexington. There are The meeting of the Sunday-schoanaprtl-lfeeling mingled with inimitaprevent Loth baldness and grayness, use For the ChicagoPlatform. only 108 in Lexington now. b unexpected guest. ii it fc Creseent route, Sunday, dore Powell, went to trial yesterday found But the nual convention will take place iu Hall's Hair Itenewer, an liouesc remedy. ble humor, has rarely been heard A;nl 25th, to the opening game at afternoon. ceased as she inquired for the object of June 23. and 24. It" For the Democratic Nominees. "WTien Traveling, in our courts. The memory of his See small handbills. iiirinnnti. i her wrath, and the reception accorded Whether on pleasure bent, or business, From An Ancient of Days. For the Interest of the Masses. dead friend and the knowledge of the All claims for Br. Bell's PiueTarllon-e- y (. "Hie and ee the opening game. triumph The Carter comity committee on the Sophronisba De Gizzelweid needs of his children, added inspira- her by the entire force was a ever was takcu on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Miss are substantiated by the reports from DC greater in its significance than All the Latest Teleirraphic Wreck at Boone's Gno. writes as follows to the Climax, tion to his effort, and when he sat rendered to a Caaar. To borrow for Figs, as it arts most pleasantly and effect- those who have used it. Coughs colds, poatoflices meets on the 27th. ually on the kidneys, liver, bowels, pre- incipient consumption, and all bronchial News. freight car left the track at from Hoppawottomie, Hoshkosh: down, many remarked that the case For Sale or Trade. use the dictum of the poet that venting fevers, headrches, and other tr Boone's Gap. three miles from Rerea "Enclosed you will find cash for one was won. Col. Caperton entered another afiertions are the diseases in which it is wagon, one sprinjr All the Latest State News. One "all the world loves a lover," this more forms of sickness. For sale in 50 cents especially cfiicaeious. Friday night, and caused a delay year's subscription. Having been a into the case with characteristic It wagon, one cart, and one mowing; AlltheLatest Market Reports "i titan anything else ever experienced and SI bottles by all leading druggist. to the early Saturday train. Abrake-- i subscriber to the Climax for 97 years vigor, and as he never gives halfThe April term of the Webster Circuit machine. Address, also the fact that all the world Manufactured by tho California Fig been away for C5 hearted support to any cause which proves and having ..in had his leg crushed to a jelly. Lymax Pakbisii, Correct Market Reports. loves a bright and beautiful child. The Syrup Company only. Court is in sebsion at Uixion, with a apr7 lm years, it does mo good to keep posted ho believes is just, it was expected foreman dropped his mallet, the "devils" npr21-4Richmond, Ky. Bryan Will Come. civil docket. small criminal and Correct Court Reports. on the history and future prospects that his speech would be a feature of John Zeller, of Pulaski county, is the Vv lien Bryan spoke at Cincinnati of the dear old county. It sounds the trial. That the audience was not 6topped the presses, the typos set down For Rent. Reliable News Reports. A felt want is that gnavring at the s in them, and boss fat boy. Wnen he was fifteen he -t Thursday, Hon. W. B. Smith sat their sticks with i A nice five room cottage on 7th Street Honest Editorial Poliev. stomach after yoa have eaten a full meal, like a letter from home. Otherwise disappointed is evidenced by the even Old Printer White, full weighed 22S pounds. e i tiir ".tand next to the silver cham-- i all necessary and can't eat any more, and yet there is good cellar, my health is good. My bst regards compliments which Col. Caperton years old and with (silvery hair, stopped .:t and spoke after him. Americans are the most inventive peo- that feeling as though you had eaten and a large garden. For further partic- Tbe Weekly LoahsviUe Dlspjtch and The to Daniel Boone; if he has moved to has been receiving pace to observe the Climax oaejrear for his $1.75 tracted the promised from Mr. Missouri remember me to his brothple on earth. To them have been issued nothing. What is wanted tueu is a dose ulars call on or address, denouement. Thus the effect when her nearly COO 000 patents, or more than The Air Ship Came This Way. Bryan to visit Richmond this sum-i- ii er, Squire Roouc." MLat S. Coiiex, d KegulatDr, the best of Simmons Liver Weekly Dispatch r. The air ship, about which so much has presence became generally observed was Richmond, Ky. Regular Price apr-1of all the patents issued in the Dyspepsia cure, for that is what that lm They Made A Mistake. BARON' BELL is hands The men craned tneir world. No discovery of modern years has gnawing means. ' Simmons Liver Reg $1.00) and Climax $1.2o high, foaled in 1891.a bay stallion, 15',' Wilkes is said to have come remarkable. Rev. MsCown Resignzd. lately been written, Sired by Baron I have just received tho handsomest persons were induced to go this waj , and tl.e following from Sunday's necks to witness the scene, talking Several $2.25. 2:18; 1st dam Crescent 2:25',, by Belmont; been of greater benefit to mankind than ulator is all that is recommended for In lrfr rf C2iiTiinc-- TJliifr nrto trwl Unffmno After Easter Services, last Sun-l- j to Lexington to purchase vehicles for il(it,Vit taint lJLr Vl UU1 lJi7 2nd dam by N'orman, sire of Luln 2:15, and sire Lexington Argonaut is an interesting ceased abruptly, and the Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- digestion." A. R. Dyche, London, Ky. ever brought to this town, JJL4.0 morning, Rev. J. W. McCown family use, and fancied that they bad for the 2:33 performers inof the dam of Urenty-on- e d DEPARTMENT, Office. little maiden, winning inno- rhoea Remedy, or has doue more to reto yarns now in circulatiou. It prices at which I will sell them. t Architect. WasMnzton. D. C. Aoril cluding Norval 2:11 '4. his resignation as pastor of secured great bargains. The same contribution cently from evervsoul presentsuch hom6th, 1SS? SEALED PROPOSALS will be re ""With" hated breaths the citizens of lieve pain and sufiering. J. W. Vaughn, 'i Baptist Church, this city, to take vehicles could have been purchased The Mexicau Veterans' Association Hard times have brought down ceived at this office until 2 o'clock, p. m., on Better breeding can not be fonnd in the Stsd Irishtown last night witnessed a sight age as royalty might well envy, was mis- of Oakton, Ky., says: "I have used Book. His sire. Baron Wilkes is conced 27th day of April 1897, and opened immeMr. tfeot the middle of August. of Kentucky will meet iu annual reunion prices, and these vehicles have just the diately thereafter, for all the labor and mate- ed by the trotting horse trorld to be tbe best in Richmond, as Mr. Donelson buys never to be forgotten in a lifetime. It tress of all she surveved. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar at Cynthiana, on Weduesdaj , May 12. Met own expects to return to Virrials required for tbe approaches to the U. S. stallion living, having been sold recently for been bought at very low figures, and Post Office building at Richmond, Kentucky, from the same factories, and can save was eight o'clock when Charley HunIt was the same when she departed. rhoea Remedy in my family for several ginia my customers the benefit in accordance with the drawing and specifica- 125,000, the largest price paid for any horse purchasers the expenses of a trip ter and Alex Oxford, railroad employes, The way was opened for her broader yeais, and find it to be tho best medicine AVhen a person begins tc crow thin I will give tion, copies of which may be hart at this office since boom times, and his dam was Crescent, Child Badly Burned. of these low prices whenor the office of the Superintendent at from home. Trade at home, in company with George Alverson, a than before, each man nudging his I ever used for cramps in the stomach there is something wrong. The waste is race record to high wheel Ky. Each bid by be Repairing and painting- vehicles a certified check for a must cot accompanied per with a by Belmont, of 2:25s,Nutwood 2:13X, Jeff Roberson's little child was ever you can come anyway near get butcher, were ttaveling along Manches- neighbor to give way to the little sover- and bowels. For 6alc by "W. G. White greater than the supply and it is on'y a sire of iulky, sum less than 2 done in the best manner, very cheap. cent, oi inc amount ol tne proposal Earlmont 2:004, and a host of other fast perbadly injured by falling into a kettle ting the same bargain. It is wise, it ter street toward their homes when they eign, when to the delight of all she Richmond Ky. questionjof time when tho end must jtprT lm formers. Ail work guaranteed. Call and Bcofto"dSSSTAoSrSiii&aikD of boiling soap. Its arms and back is neighborly, it is, in a measure, liv- heard a strange, metallic noise overhead kissed her hand, as she walked out the come. be deemed in S. L. .Midkiff. I bid, should itto do so. All the interest of the BARON BELL has had very little training, me. were badly burned, and for a whils ing up to the Golden Rule. You de" door , steamer Tom Moss was stove in The proposals received and should easily trot in 2:25 this year. Government Iu nine cases out of ten tin) trouble is Looking up, they saw something which I after the timj stated for opening will be aprl4-l- m But the best thing was the influence at the Morgantown wharf, It had to be with the digestive organs If you can reit was thought the child would die. pend for your living upon the people at first they could hardly describe. It Will stand at $20.0 to insure a mare with to the bidders Wm. Martin Aiken, aprll-2foal. Supervising Architect. The physician, Dr. Martin, has hopes of this section, don't you? What if looked like a large, winged spider. The she left with us all. Over the big room docked for repairs. store them to a healthy coidition ycu of its recovery. t ey passed you by, just for caprice? body was will stop the waste, put on m w flesh and May Fechheimer. d and had a dull, some one could be heard telling some Two years ago R. J. Warren, a druggist Go to see Donelson's matchless dis- lead appeaiance. the thing pleasant of tho little visitor's ways at Pleasant Brock, N. Y , brought a email cause them to feel better in jverj way. in A Former Estill County Lady Dies in MonIt Jacob S. Fechheimer. play of vehicles and you will not vacant field near the C. S. trestle and and looks. And for fully an hour afterfood they eat will be digested and tana. supply of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. The HON. C. T. CALDWELL, wards, not only was there less noisy talk, wish to go .away from homo to buy. appropriated to the needs of (he system, A. stopped near the big Ater springs. He sums up the resft as follows: "At Mrs. Bud White, of Rosemau, Standinq ol the Teams. and a normal appetite will apjear. his companions hastened but when it was observed that the "Hunter and Montana, sister of B. F. and Al Wil--that time the goods were unknown in this z. a Consumption frequently .follows Won Lost Per. Ct ior ward to inspect tho strange looking "devils" made a bad break in their lan- section, today Chamberlain's Cough Team of Parkersburg, W. Va,, .Recomof Estill county, died last week wasting of bodily tissue because ntarly 1000 vehicle, hut were met by the occupant, guage they were sure to pull themselves Remedy 0 3 Centre.... is a household word." It is the at her home in Boseman. She leaves mends Wrights Celery all consumptives Have indigeition. The 500 who had a bucket in haud and asked together suddenly and look around to 1 same in hundreds ol communities w veral small children. B. F. Wilcox Cent. University 1 Shaker Digestive Cordial will' restore the 500 where he could get fresh drinking water. make sure that tho baby queen was not 1 1 Georsetown Capsules. passed through here Monday Where ever the good qualities of to a healthv condition in a vast 000 Securing a supply from tho spring near in hearing. Thus proving not only that 2 Cough Remedy become known stomach to Montana. He will bring the Ky. University... 0 Cincinnati's leading Clothiers majority of cases. Get one ofjthcir books 333 by, he entered the car, declining to say all tho world loves a pretty child, but State College. children back with him. the people will have nothing else. For Parkersbueg, W. Va., from your drucgiet and learn about this anything of his strange movements, and also the fact thnt there is a great force be- sale by W. G. White Richmond Ky. Easter Celebrated at ML Zion. new and valuable remedy. was soon soaring above the earth, sailing hind the truth when it is eaid that "a January 20, 1995. apr7 lm CEXTKE WINS, OF COURSE. The Easter Entertainment at Mt. away iu an easterly direction toward little child shall lead them." The undersigned has three separate small The "Wright Med! Co., We were all better for having had the A subscription is being raised to a Z:on was a success everyway. The About four hundred people and Jim Richmond. farms which he offers at private sale separately When the children need pastor Oil, Columbns, Ohio. or together. All three are situated at It- house was crowded, there were thirty Crutrber with a big tin horn that seemed : Hunter and his companions, joined by little one in our "midst, and if wishes may Christian Church, in Happy Hollow, give them L/ it is palatal; Je. Gentlemen: I have been using the obse- a number of other residents, came up be horses on which she shall ride here- Hancock county. participants, and Rev. J. Robert to have been spiked, attended There will be a match race ran over Boatman, who managed it, was con- quies and experienced the excitement of town and related their experiences, and after, it is to'be doubted if even a child S- STATION, Wright's Celery Capsulestosince 13NovemEavo You Had the Crip? ber, J S94, and find them recomthe Union Connty Fair Company's track be gratulated on the success of the C. U.'s defeat last Saturday by Centre were willing to make affidavits to the of royalty could hope for brighter days jl If you have, you probably need a relia- Saturday, June 12. mended. I first bezan taking them, Our boys truthfulness of their statements. Only than her liege subjects in an instant affair. Miss Nannie Tudor and Miss College's base ball team. on the waters of Silver Creek. They contain while at Hot Springa, Aik , under treatble medicene like Foley's Honey and Saliie Ellison aided materially and were weak at first base, and slow in run- Friday last the strange.looking craft was fashioned for her. 13 to 28, 5tb Street Mrs. A. Inveen, residing at J720 Henry respectively 85' and 165 acres, and are well Tar to heal your lungs and stop the rackment for Sciatic Bheumatism, Liver ami deserve praise. ning bases. Centre has the weakest seen floating over Allensville, in the St., Alton, 111., Buffered w.th sciatic waierea ana wen improved mrma. There Is cough incidental to Ibis disease. ing carries her "luck" Western portion of the State, It is unno better land in Madison connty, most of it Stomach trouble, Constipation which 1 rheumatism for over eight maitlis, She Respectfully invite their many We are creatures of habit, es- team in years but she apr7 lm being had been a long sufferer. I fouud the "ratting" and doctored for it nearly the whale of this pecially in our fears. Wo get into with her. They canlstand gentleman- doubtedly the mysterious airship which Celery Capsules save me jnuat reliei Madison County- - Friends ll ball, and are a played Rev. J. H. Dew is holding a very time, usinjrvarious remedies puzzled the minds of, scientific men Tl.e --RICH BOTTOM LAND- .has the habit of talking hard times and from the beginning and have used thsm Fleece, of C. U., endeavhy friends, and was treat! jl by the successful meeting at the Baptist Church for some rime past, and one strange Restore full, regular action it becomes chronic. But tho hard ly set. Umpire to call on them' while "sisit- - It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by ever since. With pleasure, and unsooring to be fair in decisions, together t thing in connection with it is the mys of the bowels, do not Irriphysicians, hnt received no jaueL She in Elizabethtowiu times are passing away. Night can turnpike to schools', churches, railroads, miljs, licited, I recommend them to. any and of our right fielder, tate or InQatae, but learc then used one and a half tbottles of ing the Cit etc., all witMn a mile of White'fT Station Feet all mflering not last, the tide cannot stay out. with a wild throw Danvjlle to win four terious conduct of the occupant, who all the delicate dlcetttve or Warfl. to Pbxsiclaas. A with like afflictions or eilbr Tain Balror whihli. effected OSee, ten miles from Richmond. will allow no one to approach near ganism In perfect condition. Try them. 21 cents. Low pricesTsucb aa wo have, cannot Smith, enabled Do you known that many broad min- Chamherlain's Spared only by (1 L liood & Co., Lowell,. Matt. TBKH&?S&tawul be made scores ol her ten as a result. complete cure. This.te puh'Hped'at her ea&a, el tbe. Very truly yors enough to thoroughly inspect the ded physicians are using Foley's Honey a always "prevail. Shrewd buyers balance to salt parchaaer. Far particular Friday our boys play Miami Universi- machine, ot to telLfanythiug of the object ivBcJUMc iCCfflftCfrttK Lifu and Tar Coneh Syrup In their, practice? rlque,,a8 shewwteotlierasfltiilsHy.ar-.50c. should take advantage of our ex' r - .,.- .;- ,- y " They iave,foandtno remedy that gave as flicted t.cr,iKNjf what cured he iti.maxi& v,"';i. ir city. 5fc BpmT Brwtw. Wfc itjbas in floating about "from place "to treme low ebb prices. Good cloth- ty in this 'v" satisfactory results toraii uiroatami tang and 56 Geo.D. White, tor me ujp te. whit ts4 UM ixarbox. CWI t $" ing at a low price is our .motto. Cov- y, Tftere a agreat and growing demand place; reit.coogh medicine. com plaiutgjw this. tTl.? iwv - . aara-vmod art ttm mmplt RtehtWHdtlEyr lm-n- . nm ztnw o RPHriraunLju, i "UiHt been ewed th airship Morgantowa. ington & Mitchell, l.for,tWBkek-Bna- t s-Mr. The Richmond Climax. Everett Witt is now a full-fledg- ed BIRTHS. if go-l- a well-develop- ed Mis-sip- pi 1 The Beautiful Display .9.5. WASH f& V2 f- - ! simply-wonderf- - ". ff IS 3:.--. S: !tP1 - blue-blood- ed BUSY BEE !!! m Camp-bel'sbiir- g. Z r 1k3 IF li.-tt- m t fc ii i r 'm c, wonder-worke- r, jr syK .ii k m if iiprri i i ii i i r fpl 3 Is the Talk ot tne iown. vliS: S" m m I J t&6' Call And See Them sk $0 Ii 4" i to-da- y. m f I n Vt i i . Salt-Kheu- m ! e !j llv - a iSk xy tt JLo -jngri w iltk 7W old-tim- OLDHAM & COMPANYx v 2k. 7W wa-th- eir &f jbbL ilk 7W M it-- - spring-inedicin- - bearles cc Cole, M-- -. blood-purifier- s, - ld Subscribe Plow! MWl U after-dinne- I c, SevvingMachines. DISPATCH . - hub-bu- ol w - hub-bu- Har-rodsbu- rg kon UCii n.n (Two-year-o- ld two-hor- se w i i- half-line- jMfRwmS three-scor- Mr.-Smit- h record-breakin- g one-thii- 4 sunny-haire- d, J- - blue-eye- Snpcr-Tisl- .ldi-ro- d :l Rich-nion- e, - "Bye-bye.- w cigar-shape- dest-ende- mch21-10- w B. H. NEALE Iglaner. TWO FARM o. FochheimerBrosJCa., iFOR en-rou- te Cham-berlian- 's 12 SALE Merchant Tailors, WHITE'- up-hi- M nni Tr : : s Pills oae-Ui-M T I- nH..-.o- eft Mi if1. - .'" mmGUARANTEEI,4L: j --- "- ' , w , "J&Li wj?VJ L i "p gP: S " - 3 - --- SUrTS. law - "S sij jV3 ff The Richmond Climax. CANDIDATES KENTUCKY NEWS. THE LEGISLATURE. Adjatnnt 8Ury and Highland The Killed. IJItU ANNOUNCEMENT. Xbe Latest News From All 1'a.rti of tbo Comiaoowcalth. FOK REPBKSESTATIVE. "We are authorized to announce J)n. Elmer Nokthcitt, of Valley Viev, as a candidate to represent Madison county in the Lower House from Frankfort to the- Evening Post savs: of the next General Assembly, subDr. Ilunter has at last rebelled ject to the action of the Democratic against Ilanna and his agent here, Mr. rrimary. May 29. - DR. HUNTER BebsU Aclnt lUnn unit Hli Acent at . Frankfort Told to 1. Louisville, Ky., April 19. A special ' CIKCU1T JUIXJE. T. J. Scott is a candidate for reelection to the office of Circuit Judge in this (the 25th) Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic paaty. COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. Ben. AT Ckutchek directs the announcement of himself as a candito the iifiiee of date for Commonwealth's Attorney in this (the 25th) Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. KOlt JUDGE MADISON COUNTY COURT. Samuel Taylor, of Ohio, and Friday afternoon sent a request to Mr. Taylor that he leave Frankfort at once and not return to meddle in the senatorial This was not done, muddle. however, uncil it became known had administration the that withdrawn its support from Hunter and that it was the desire of Mr. Ilanna that Hunter retire in favor of some candidate who could unite the prty. Then it was that Dr. Hunter asked Mr. Taylor to leave. Mr. Taylor commu-cate- d with Mr. Ilanna at once and was told to use his own discretion. He will remain, at least, for a time. Two Miner Killed. Madisoxvillk, Ky., April 19. Fri- ' Eft K l I J. 1 t f if day afternoon an explosion, supposed I herebv announce myself a candi- to have been caused by an imperfect Madison CounJudjrc of the date blast, occurred in the Monarch coal ty Court, subject to the action of the mine near here, resulting in the death Democratic party. of Robert Carlton and Theodore Stone, I H. Sl'MJVAX. the only men iu the mine at the time, We are authorized to announce excepting the foreman, whose proxThos. J. Smith as a candidate for imity to the air shaft enabled him to (ounty Judge, subject to the action effect his escape. of the Democratic party. As the at Klllnt by l.lchtnlnj. farmers are helling their produce the Seroest, Ky., April 19. John Iled-luhalf price, 1 favor a reduction or aged 41, and his salaries of all county otllcers, in daughter were struck by lightning on order equalize tiling. n Thus. J. Smith. Cumberland mountains, back on creek. Pike county, east of here, and almost instantly killed. They FOR JAILER. is a cnm.kl.ite for were returning from the mountains of .lame C. lckev subject to the Virginia, where they had been at a J.ulerof church meeting. Their horse was also action of the liemocratic parly. killed. A. T. Fish is a candidate for Jailer Fatally Kicked by a Mors. of Madison county, subject to the Greenup, Ky., April 19. Miss JenDemocratic party. action of the nie Fucrt, Franklin Furnace, 0 , five We are authorized to announce P. miles below here, was fatally hurt by 31 Bkoadih's a candidate for Jailer a horse. She had gone into a pasture county, subject to the 1 it to catch the animal when it wheel-- e of Madi-o- n I and kicked her in the forehead. action of the Democratic party. We are authorized 'o announce She sustained a fracture of the skull. for Jailer of Her injury Jesse Coiju a candidate to the aiion nriveioinn is conside-e- d fatal by her Madison county, subject of tlie Democratic party. Jailed for Aaalt. Wo are ntborij'.o'! to an'"""'e Mr. Paducah. Ky., April 19. IVm. "WaAV. C. Gormley a candidate for llace, of Calloway county, was arrested Jailer of AlamsJn county. mihj ct to at Jtriensburg for attempting to asth action of the Democratic party. sault Miss Ilo&a Alexander. He was quietly committed to jail and bond fix'd at an amount he could not give. SUIT. I'UIII.IC instruction. tr Elk-hor- MniH-oncnum- v, V01 il I' t Madison county. subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Rev. Wm. Crow a rnwlidiite for Countv School Superintendent, subject to the action of the Democratic p.'nitentiary. It is the first time court pirty. h is be n held he e in two years on acN a caiid'date fir count of the lack of a docket. J. W. Waoersor Schools of Public Superintendent Aliv.rfi itfiiiti r Mrs. John Wim.iavov u t.:in-late for Superintrdent Public county. for Madi-o- n to the action of the Democratic u'-je- di ct c urt has a Jjourned here after con-- v cting nine persons to term, in the No Ccinrt for Two HiXDiiAN, Ky., April 19 Y-- r. Circuit il 'if I'7I rh : I r Fiti.ton, Ky., April 19. Two men, claimed by the police to ba the ones who robbed HuddictoVs hardware store, wj rj at Grand Junction, Tenn., and I rousht here. party. latll of Ccaa; It. WhIUpp. Lkxixctox. Ky.. April 19. Oeor'B II Vaacc, age I 30, die hero Friday FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. the oldincumbent, is night of pnenmonin. W He wasthe well S. H. Thorpe. Jr. .llic?, est brother of Will MmlTr-oa candidate for Clerk of the man. Circuit Court, subject to the action known tin f l'rliireloti Pmiie r iJ.a'. Democratic party. of the Pkixcctox, Ky., April U. Wm. M. Gray, C years old, and oae of 1'r.nce-ton'- s FOR COUNTY CLERK. oldest citizens, dc.l Saturday We are authorized to announce night. Jo-ia candidate to F. White hinir-el- f a Clerk of MadNon RUSSIAN WAR SKIPS. County Court, subject to the action The IlllnnU Ste 1 C". llrcrlrPH a Proposiof the Democratic party. tion to Hid on Armor 1' ate for Two of T m in. We are authorized to announce Chicago, April 19. The Illinois Steel Dr. II. K. MumLEToN a candidate for Countv Clerk or Madison, subject Co. has received through the Russian party. minister at Washington a proposition to ti.e action of the looking to the company's bidding on the amor plate for two Russian warFOR SHERIFF. ships. Tlie contract is to be for 8,000 H. II. Coi.YER N a candidate foi tons and in case of award to the ChiShoriir of Madison county, subject cago concern would turn into its treasto the action of the Democratic ury in the neighborhool of three milparty. lion dollar It is said the offer of the Illinois Steel Co. to furnish the county assessor. for United States government with are :ire authorized to announce mor plate at the remarkably low Thos Jones, of Million, n candidatet figure of SI10 a ton has startled .or of Madison county, for war departments the world over. to the action of the Dcirociat'c For the last two years the Russian Firty government hasben coming to America for nearly all the armor plate used C. James -- Mn.i.Fit is a candidate in constructing new ships of war. co'i'ity. ! of for As Rut the contracts have heretofore Dcnueiat j ct to rhe action of been awarded to either the Carnegie party. or Hethlehem companies, each of We are authorized to announce which has supplied the armor for a JiHN W. Moor-- ; as a candidate fin Russian The war scare in the far east has evAvesMr of Mad Noil county, subject to the action of the Republican party. idently started the most active prepaWe are authorized to announce rations in the czar's naval department. A. .1. l$ROAimu- - a candidate for The contract which the Illinois Steel subject to the Co. is asked to bid upon is tho largest Co'nty ever awarded by the Russian governactionof the Democratic pa'rty. purit is It is hinted We are authorized to announce T. ment.of the latter tothat in its the pose get contract C. Curry a candidate for of Madi-o- n county, subject to the ac- ahead of the United States government. tion o.'the Democratic party. President Gates was seen this evenis a candi- ing before he left for the East, but he Wm. C. Inr.c.FiiSTAH' Madi-o- n county, refused to dissuss the proposition of of date for subject to action of the Democratic the Russ;an government further than party. to say that the report was correct, and that he had written the Russian minis-- , FOR CORONERter at Washington, through whom the We are authorized to announce ; offer was made, for all necessarry parO. Dopier a candidate fie- Coroner. ticulars for proceeding with tho bids. Mibjeet to the action of the DemoThe matter will be laid before the directors of the companynext Wednescratic party. day in New York. cr.-este- d Arrested. 1 s mic-e.-- ed A-- mi!-jiv- '' man-of-wa- r. or, sor As'-e-x,,- ! - Steamer frank Woods All Rlcbt. We are authorized to announce Milwaukee, Wis., April 19. MarN-trat- e J. It. Henry a candidate for from St-- Joseph, Mich., state of Kirksvilie Precinct, subject that the steamer Frank Woods, conto tlie action of the Democratic party, cerning whose safety grave fears were o i the free turnpike ticket. felt, entered that port Saturday mornAd-vic- MtGISTARTE. re H. ' Democratic party. Lexington, Ky., April 17 About We are authorized to announce J, $300 was raised for ths flood sufferers Taleot Jackson as a candidate for of Arkansas and Mississ'ppi by a beneCity Attorney, of Richmond, Ky., fit entertainment here Fridny night. subject to the action of the Democratic party. ing all right. She weathered the storm FOR CITY ATTORNEY. in the open lake, her captain deeming We are authorized to announce it imprudent to attempt to make a Green Clay a candidate for the harbor. office of City Attorney, of Richmond, Ky., subject to the action of the Fanils for Floud Sufferers. ME A MAN MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY AJAX oiTf potency. 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Y, so assists Nature in the change taking place that the Expectant Mother is enabled to look forward without dread A DELAY to the hour when she experiences the It insures safety In the Il'lher Invettlcttlon "" Account joy of Motherhood. ,if the Jllnvss ot a Jaror. to both Mother and Child, and she is FitANhF.nrr. Ky., April 17. Grand found stronger after than before con- Juror llni lton was ill and unable to T, ' come to the crand jury LVidav morn- easy," as SO maiiy have said. iag, and Thomas ' Scott was summoned on the jury in his Don't be persuaded. Use nothing DUt stead. John II. Stuart, a correspondent, was summone among tho first witnesses in the bribery cases at 10 "My wife suffered more In ten minutes with o'c ock. either of her othrr two children than she did It is said that all the evidence here altogether with her lasUhavintr previously usedwill have to be laid four bottles of "Mother's I riend." itisaoiosstofore introduc-before the new juror, Scott. This will says a customer." Uendeesok DiLE,Carml,IlL cause some delay in the reaching of a Sent by Mill, on receipt of price. PER BOTTLE. Bmojc'To Expectant Mother!" mailed free, contalainc con lusion in the bribery cases. Tftluable informalioa anj roluntary testimonials. was rumored befo e the appointIt ment of cott that the jury stood seven THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.ATLAMTA.G. SOLO DY ALL DRUGGISTS. for indictment, three against and two undecidel. Itwaslearnel Friday morning that THE SENATE Secretary of State Samuel laylor, of Ohio, who has been the recognized P4s tho Stenographers' Itlll Hut Litagent of McKinley and Ilanna, sent a tle l!ulnos Transacted In the House. Ky, April 18. Sesate telegram to Ilanna Thursday night Thursday tbo bill for tbe relief ot tbe court of the memstating that by employing law or stenobers of the legislature now supporting of appealsforcachof tbe Judgesclarkgthespeclal was graphers senator were order. Mr Petrle's substitute, to reduce tbe Hunter for United States of the opinion that ilunter could not pay ot said law clerks to 1700 per year each, was defeated. Tbe substitute as proposed win, and tint a large m joritv facommittee, appropriating 4G0JJ vored a new candidate, and asking by tho for two yoars for annually the emp oyment do. what to ot such cleiks as tbo court may In proper Three more ballot, mak ng 4S in all, In decldo was discretion were taken Friday for United S ates adopted, and the bill passed as amended by tho substitute li senator, but without an election. The Uoebel moved toyeas, 20. nays, that Senator j reconiider, and ths mo : three ballots were eactly the lion Ho on the table. Some ot tbo republicHuntor. 5S; lllackburn, 42; Mar'.in, ans tried to filibuster tc pretent a voto on the motion, but after a rote or two the lieu11; lloyle, C; Stone, 1. Total, 113. tenant governor ruled the other motions out Necessary to cho'.ci, 03. becauje mado The final ballot Fr.d ty, which left of motion was adopted tor dilatory purposes and tho bill will go Iho Dr. Ilunter still one vote from election back to the house foi concurrence In ths ' to the United States senate, was the amendment Tao bill authorizing certain ' one hundredth which has been taken charges, by propr authorities, of the boundwith the purpose of electing a succes- ary of school districts was passed. the right House Tho bill rcfusln? convicts sor to Hon. J. C S. lllackburn. There to testify as witnesses was killed by beta; rewas the usual excellent attendance, fused Its second rcadlnj Mr Hlles presented and the plaj- - appears to be wearing a petition from citizens of Carter county prowell. Tho royalties are not stated as testing against the passage of tbo bill provid-lcounties muy yet, but the production has cost the levy that collect taxes to issue new bonds and and refund old bonds. state of Kentucky about SG9.000. HE MAY DIE. Fn.vxKFonT, Ky., April 17. A truce in the senatorial battle of the ballots Another Iioy Said to Havo D 'en Assaulted by Trainmen Nenrlnir Death. his been declared till next Tueslay. Bowling Cree-- , Ky., April 10. The The respective steering committees Friday afternoon signed agreements coroner's jury mjt again Thursday that on Saturday and Monday one vote morning and continued the inquest should be cast for each of the canover the mysterious killing of Cooper Nearly or quite half Morris at Rockfleld last Saturday didates. of the members havo gone home or night. Five witnesses from Uockfield elsewhere to stay till Tuesday morntestified that on Saturday night train ing, and most of the remaining half No. 113 did stop at Rockfleld for a will go to Lou'.sville on a special train while, although the crew have sworn Saturday afternoon to attend the ad- that they went through, that place at dress of William Jennings Bryan at the rate of 30 miles an hour. the Auditorium. It is generally agreed John Coyle and Will Harrison testithat the Blackburn people are hoping fied that they were at the bedside of for the indictment of Hunter on the Morris when. lie died, and that several i lea that if indicted he can't withdraw hours before he died he seemed raunder a cloud, and the cloud couldn't tional, and when they asked him who be lifted till theSrial of tho indictstruck him he said distinctly twice ments, which would last the summer that Urakeraan Jackson did it. Sevout. eral physicians were put on the stand, The grand jury, which has kept all of whom testified that it was imthree deput'y sheriffs busy looking for possible for the boy to have been nl summoning witnesses for two struck by a train, and that he was asvice'ts. isn't yet through and adjourned saulted with an iron instrument of again Friday night without mak ng a some kind. 'J homns, the other victim of the inreport. Tho court adjourns early Saturday afternoon for the wvek and it is human act, was not so well Thursday said that Judge Can r It has notified uihtand may die before making a the jury that a report must be forth- statement, bat the friends of tlie vic--t coming before this a ljournment. ms think it unnccessiry. 1 he case will be continued Monday. r Favor tie Svr Liir. 1'luru FitANKFoitT, Ky , A ril 17. Sheriff Dnub'.e Murder and Suicide Attempted. Hopkixsvillk, Ky., April 10. Wm. Jule I'lummer, of Newport, was here Friday. W h.le not here as a lobbyist, narpson. an employe in the coal mines Mr. I'lummer is telling his friends in near Morton's CJap, attempted to comthe legislature that he hopes the bill mit suicide by shooting himself providing for hanging criminals inside through the breast with a oistol, after the penitentiary walls will become a having tried to kill his wife and law. Mr. I'lummer thinks the change tw, who escaped, after being would cut off much needless expense wounded, and hid themselves He and would be very much in the inter- was jealous o h s wi e. lie va tried est of morality and orJer. The bill for lunacy sever vl days ago, but was has already passed the senate. He acquitted. He U in a critical coudi-iodoes not favor electrocution. Kcntntkf Doctor Adjourn. Ills (.? A mpatmtrd. HorKi.sviL.LE, Ky., April 10. The Hopkins vii.le, Ky., April 17. F. G. southern Kentucky Medical associaHosman, ot Yonkers, N. Y., was to board a moving train here tion adjourned Thursday evening. The Thursday night, when he slipped and following officers were elected: Presifell. His left leg was caught under dent, Dr. T. W. Blakey, of this city; of the car wheels and ro fearfully vice president. Dr. II P. Earle,Tra-buCharleston; treasurer. Dr. la. P. mangled it had ta be amputated. o E kton; secretary, Dr. 15. XV. Smock, of Oakland. 'J he next meetIlo Idn Taken ti the Pen. Newport, Ky., April 17. Frank ing will be held at Howling Green. Itudde, ol Newport, who was convicted Drops In tho hire! Took I'olaon. of attempted arson, waived his right Louisville, Ky., April 10. Ida Wilof appeal and was taken to Frankfort liams, a young woman from New Ihursday night by Sheriff I'lummer to Washington, Ind , was found unconservo out a sentence of three months scious on the street Thursday mornn the penitentiary. ing. It was thought she was drunk, and she was taken to the police station. K'llod Itr a Train. Catlettshijp.g, Ky., April 17. Thos. There she died. The coroner found Kee'in, whiti. w.iiie walking on the S1.S00 on her. She had been in LouisIt- develops she C. & 0. track Friday, was struck oy ville for some time. l Xo. train ani instantly took poison. K. of 11. OfUcera Chen. ..illoi. Keelin was a single man and Ky., April 16. The Louisvili.k, about 23 years old. grand loige, Knights of Honor of Attor.x y ChskI j Drops Dead. Mi. Sterling, Ky., April 17. James Kentucky, elected W. H. Itrian, of P. Cassidy dropped dead at his home Paducah. grand dictator; Andrew of Lebanon, vice grand dictator; Friday evening. He recently made a race for commonwealth attorney and Thomas Check, of Louisville, assistant vice grand dictator, and A. J. Hess, of was defeated by a small majority. Louisville, grand reporter. Tho per Xo More Toll to E iter I'arls. capita tax was reduced from SI. 30 to 80 now rdnt. Paris, Ky., April be entered from any prec'net free of CHARLES BUNCH, to 1, and not a gate has been removed fiscal court A Kentucky Convlor, Shot and Killed The l.y tollgate While Attempting to Etcapr. Ihursday acquired by purchase ten EDDrviLLE, Ky., Aprill 15. Charles miles of the Paris aad Georgetown pi ce, ono of ths leading roads, and two Bunch, a white contict, serving two miles of the ML btcrling and Flat Rock years from Hart county, was shot and pike. The gates were thrown open killed by a guard late Tuesday evening. Thursday a'ternoon. The prisoner was trying to make his For Liw Clnrka. Ky., April 16, The sen- escape from a rock quarry in which he Frankfort, ate Thursday morning passed the sen- was working. The guard ordered the ate substitute for the house bill allow- man to stop, but he paid no attention ing assistance for the court of appeals. to the warning and ran like wind over the Instead of providing for four stenog- aim. hill. The guard fired with deadly raphers at S1,000 a year, the substitute The appropriates Stf.OOO annually for law above coroner's, jury brought out tbe facts and justified the guard. clerks. The Democr itlc State Convention. The Dookraakem. Fkaxkfokt, Ky , April 1G. The demLouisville, Ky., April 15. All bookocratic state executive committee makers will bo permitted as usual to Thursday issued the cfScial call for draw in at tb.3 spring meeting at Louisthe state convention to be held hero ville, Latonia and Oakley. This anWednesday, June 2, commencing at 11 nouncement was made officially here a. m., to nominate a candidate for Wedesday and is intended as a contraclerk of the court of appeals. diction of the rumor that each association would put on its own books in Sale oT a Oe dlnjr. L"xiotox, Ky., April 10. Scott connection with the Mutuel system of Hudson, of this ci y. has sold his fast b.'ttin?. It is nlraost a sure thing that grt-cgelding Atell (i:12)r dam by Louisvilla will not attempt to pat on Combat, to CoL Ji A. Rennick, of New 1 10 Mutuels this year. York, at a good pr.ee, reported to be Ons Constable Dead, Another Wounded. between S1,M)0 and S001. Ukxdersos, Ky., April 15. Near EeKoven, Union county, Wednesday I'failK Yinlkrr K.igaceit. j Lkxikotojt, Ky., April 16 Frank evening James Green and Wm. Gree, a Walker, the faiaus starter of trotting constable, wero shot dead and horses, has been t nagel to start the constable Wm. llcset severely woundraces at the coming meeting of the ed by Xm Cody and Thomas Hite,who Kentucky Trotting Horse Drceders' wjro undor arrest for po3t offise Association at Jexinton. Cody and Ilito escapci but were surrounded Wednesday night in a Got .rive Vears. Paducah, Ky., April 1C Will Lyt-to- dense forest. 3b9y are armed with the Negro who so heinously as- - rfles. Held for Wife Kunltr. saulted Mra. . J. Hills, was brought d GeoRGHOW.v, Ky:, April 15. here from the Princeton jail and sen- to serve five years in the Eddy- - ence Vinegar, colored, who killed his i wife at Watkinsville, this county, Sun- Tille penitentiary. day, was arra'gnedibeforft Judge Bates Part of the uioije irou Works Coitaptw. Wednesday for murder, no waived Dayton, O., April 16. Partscfr-ih- e a examination .and. ,was held iron" wqrlts, weakened by recent ea'.t court; without" bail. Vinegaeis floods, collapsed Thursday morningi .a'y 23 years of age. Jeolbniyfiwas " use of the 'crime; s ns April IT Sbxaie FriFRA.5Kronr.Kv.. day tbe bl'l providing thai the appointment of tilectlon odljjrt shall bo mada on the recomot Itu couaty committees mendation of the two political parties which cast tbe largest number ot Totet at the last election The commit'was taken up for consideration tee on suffrugo elcctlom had previously reported ndvrrself on too bllL anl It vas killed h beta; refused Us third reading. Tho bouio bill reducing tbo salary ot tbe assistant cdjjunt general to il P'r year, was defeated. The home bill declaring fie District ot Highland, in Campbell county, to bo a city of tbe sixth class wai defeated. Senator Hay presented a bill to ux the return day of executions. It Is a sort ot "st ly Uw." and provides that all ex?cu:lons now In the hand of officers, or Isiucd up to July I, sball not b? rcturnablo tl I Julr I lbra. HcU-- E Mr lilies presented a now bill authorizing thototers In any school district to extend the number of school months. Mr. Witt presented a bill to limit the fjes of election clerk la jown ot tbe sixth class. Mr. Lyon's bl t authorizing school board! In fourth-olas- s cllle to eitl an election to tote on the question of- - luvy.nr an additional tax col excredln; ten cents on thn I00 for school purpones "was vassed. 1 he bill to permit tbe s le ot druss winout phar.nacll's ot thin I.UJ inhabcerltflcile In itants nil defeated by being There, is no Word so Foil of Meaning and about which such tender, recollections cluster as that of -- THE LEGISLATURE. "Mob Violence Dill Considered la tbe llooae Clerical Assistance for Cnnrta. FitANKFOiiT, Ky., April 15. SrjtAiE The houss bill prov.ding for clerks or stenographers for tbe Judges of tbe court ot appeals was rtpirted by committee with a substitute, trhlch senator Goebel eald was a compro-mltThe substitute, which was adopted, p OTides for an extendi ura of 16.000 per year for seven clerical to- 'lhe bill was made mid court. a special order for Thursday. House b.ll to transfer tbe town of Plnerllle from the list ot cities ot tbe fourth clsit to cities ef tbe fl th cla3 was passed. Senator Uayes th:n b ugh contest case, cillot up ths and it was mid) a rpeclal order for next Tuesday. Tbe bid to amend the law providing tho manner ot Qxlig or changing the boundary of school districts was made a special ordot for Thursdar. House The house resolved Itself into a committee of the whole to consider the mob o. mmimi u s -- rz fo i KlfcW MM'P , OpfV liliVipl Kia3 5Kli Plr PoJ')'rt 'la (17 m'm'm '111 lil ""winmru-.- r Jv6 "Mother" watched she who Yr aHWaatiEai -- j 5 WjM ?Tva un J.jy XiVrJr vXL5T.iT?Jr LAMb VViV . 1SI our helpless infancy and guided our first totter, S&r mm mwww v wmt wr jv.fflm raiA IVif'iifi I 1 ifeS-fefimm 1 i aa mr To bring the money saving public to our store. A telling attack on values. ( ness unfooked for even by the most exacting. Our constant endeavor to i,UM, , quality up and crowd the price down brings the knowing shoprer heiv ami n...t. . ine step. i to ift pectant is jwi Mother beset with danger. F .The life of li every Ex- bs "Mother's Friend" violence" bllL Mr. Howard's rmendment, providing that the county In which Ihe damage was done should be llablo for punitive damages. Mr. Phelps' intendment was also adorted, providing that It must be shown that a person was voluntar Ir prcent with a mob before he can be convlctod. Further action on thit bt 1 was cut off by the arrival ot the hour for the joint session. S Safety bell-buo- mmmm m tmmmm. mh a this the Busiest Furniture Store In Central Kentucky. in 0ak' Wlllnut aml Birds-Ey- e Mapl !4I. llteb rcceived nearly every day, and by s ,:. Mantel Beds. C,hifl..n,l always have the very latest designs. Upright Folding-Bedall in Ash, Oak, Curley Birch and Mahogany. and Separate mnrinerto avoid sunken ricks and shoalK. to Dr. Hell's Iloney wards off the serious consequences of a cough neglected. It J'lne-Tar- As the y enables the FIRE AT CRITTENDEN. Uaslness Portion of the Turn destroyed Th Los Wilt Kxn 175 000. Ciuttexdes, Ky., April 15. Tho grbater part of the busnics section of this town was destroyed by fire at until I tried Dr. Bell s This wonderful remedy saved my life." J. li. 11U3I, urantsinirg, ill. i and forPaid hundreds every t aine fallen medicine, but tors stops the cough and cures tbe cause. with ucough for "I was seriously affectedof dollars to doc years. Re. 7 QOin JlillLS ell ail A Bed-Steads, 1 , s, DR. BELL'S Is Pine-Tar-Hon- ey bh 1 "Mother's Friend n d $i.-- o Wednesday morning. The facilities for fighting tbe flames were poor, and the town hall, a bank, three stores and a livery stable wcr destroyed. The fire started in S. M. Robinson's drug store, near Collins and Main. streets. Wind carried the flames to the structure. town hall, a three-stor- y This was destroyed. Mrs". R. Skill in an and her children, who had apartments in the building, were barely .rescued alive. The loss on. the town hall was 510,000; insurance. 81,503. A part of 8ffik j MGrmnPjr-!elcal- all throat, lnne and chest troubles, Includlr g asthma. a guaranteed cure for a Dressers, Bureaus, Secretaries, ChiiFoniers. Hall Ti.. -, Center Tables, Extnsi. n T ture Moulding, Chairs, Easels, Screens, Mantel and quality to please every one from happy htt . Springs and Mattresses in designs to the cranky old maids and bachelors. Side-Boards, Book-Case- s, Mil-rows- coug1!, croon. e. Sk.SI hotika or ent apon rcetip: T pric bj The r. r. Sallertead oroncnuis. whooping All dra:2lt-U- unppe, HrdJrbtr., P,' , if. rfwwwmwwMwmJwwuw -- fliir I 2r, -- READY TO &'&'&'&&&y&&' Just received, fresh rnd new from the factories have caused p hit M.r.irprv: JUllin o OPPLY THE TRADE a three-fourt- the walls fell upon tho Tobacco Growers' deposit bank, which, Our factory on Laurel Street in Richmond is now ruunini, ami we are Tho other was damaged S25.000. prepared to fill orders for t wist of tlie buildings burned were R. Richards it Co.'--j goods store, loss JS.000; dry m of Fletcher & Vallandingham's hardware, tt store, loss $4,000; insurance, S400. & RatlifFs dry good store was. Hog-tte- man- J - Elm, Oak. Curly B.rh, Mahogany , . . cinu vvuiow, s-- and wonder to see such gcods sold in Richmond. Don't fail to come ami e th- !..'. little Desks, e have just received for the ladies in Oak, Curly Birch and M;h ;! . IV? tire always at home and glad to xee yon at any time whether you Very Rtxpu-tfully- . not, no don't fail to call. exprtssi im save 1. ( i I I Crittenden is a town of 500 inhabitH .( ants, located in Grant county, tea dr q miles north of Williamstown, the county seat, on tho Cincinnati Southern railroad; Brands, three grades. AVe can pave you Toll C. tu Haiders Fnr .Jintlrp. nionfv Nnd us a trial onlei ; you ill Ksp lie glil with our prodmt. Caki.isi.k, Kv., April 13. Raider again renewetl their depredations on ciallv pleased to hear liom country uicr toll gates, removing four, three with- chants. in a radius of a mile from this town. Ross, White The only gates now remaining are on tlie Maysville nnd Lexington pike, 49 Richmond. Ky. owned by W W. ll.ildwin. known as the "luriipika King." There seems to Iw some hesitancv on tho nart of the r.iiders to destroy these gates, as Baldwin would spire no expense in having tho marauders brought to jus- 1. U. B " and wih to kh bj g B chan A EXPERIENCE. Blsrgers Tali v a new line of Ccffii:s and Ccskets just from the Factory cud several nev; design 50 YEARS' tice. nj railroad his health Col. Alfriend had been prominent in railroad circles for 'JO years, and was at the 'time of his death the local passenger agent of the Louisville ,t Nashville railroad. men in the south, died of heart trouble Monday morning at Ocean Spring's, Miss , where ho had been for Mime time for the benefit of . Wol! Knutni Kullronil Man Dsad. Loinsvn.i.K, Ky., April 1.1. Col. C. C W. Alfriend, one of the best known W. T. Ducrson, of Kirksville, hai two young Shorthorn bulls for sale, and ready for service. mch'21-t- f They are Rood color and well bred. JJJt&gZ?2C&- ikiJ r.ssi merely called ur L:ist week - r' M<Jiil&HiikMt'jii: v v w mw -- 3" 'v" u y r- - -- J " v we v .itt 7' . .tii in to our H' i. TRADE MARKS, Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain, free, whether an Inrention is probably patentable. Communicatinns strictly confldentlaL Oldest acency for fcunn? patents In America. We hare a Washington office. Patents taken through II una Co. recti re special notice in the COPYRICHT3 DESICNS, Ac. IEW 8FRIIV DRESS B0OBS!i r T1ip-o ..HE PATS THE.. THS. Ilnys Foil Train Wrnck-T- . Mavfiri.ii, Ky., April IK. Two large pieces of iron securely tied to the I. C railroad went found FREIGHT. .YOU PAY FOR SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, here fore befour minutui passenger the train from Paducah arrived. There is a high embankment at the place. it would have doubtless in.iilu a mutt horrible smashiip h,id it not hern for the tind by some boys. 1111 1 just DRINKS. NO. beautifully Illustrated. largest circulation of any sclentllc journal, weekly, terms $3JD0 a year; (IJJOstx months, specimen copies and ILaxtj Book ox I'atknts seat free. Address MUNN &. CO., 3G1 Brondwn), Noir York. 2S-- 8 SECOND STREET. RICHMOND KY DR. PEFFER'S OYAL-TAKS- Y Phono Vn, Irat th Kre. Vai.i.kv View. Ky., April in. Dr. Elmer Northcutt, president of the J S.lvi-O. llnrrus Kit-iclub, of this place, announced Monday his candidacy for the legislature to this (Madison) county. He is the first can lidate to enter the race. He is for free silver and free pikes, and hai the indorse- ment of tbe democratic leaders I In j s J. iWEFF a co. Main ! ;uo IOt " j I)pre.ert. i aEaswui uatviscantr or IUI rup exceavlte. minfnl .Now asetl try o- -c XCTVIH?roiEK,--. PILLS HKVKUKaILS. r Stpt, Cah Jtarket I r 00,000 rs ladV. lnriporats these organs. of tlanxcroua Stnltatlomu Sime paper. tZ per fcox. snuli but ZL. fctnt in plain wrapper. S?i.i J in MtJ br 1 ni prtinjln V and niari-I- i to tlie City Store to iiirift-- t tlie van-i- l t Noveltifs. to tell tin- Ladies tliat chek--- , lar' Jt small, are all the rajro. Kvery one can Iiave a ciwr or at least a rheck suit, or at lea-'- t a cl.eck kirt. a f I" terial ranpes in price from aye a yard to $ a suit. Tlie popularity of the Seotrh story, "The IInni- I'Bush," has jriven lis thrse beautiful sitrtrh IMiit! i.s tlie newwt and and "Drnuiloel-.tytiet, but there are Coverts, Ktainiues ami Tinsfl '. among- the Noveltte. and an inerea-i- n denisiMl colore ; so tlie female population need not be dres--uniform. Black Goods receive our closest attention; nv weave, best blacks. A beautiful Wool Grenadine at ."Jp porysnt. Etaniine Cloth in Ulack anil Navy tvlll make a ' that will not inu-- s or or catch the dirt V"e turn from this department to the -Pbiil-Cliet-k- lipatitiftil ".iitishitiy day-- , tin LhII i 1 m - x, " ' fr . -- -- -- (Opposite Glymlon.) SoM by indiii.oi.il Druu ("o. aud G. White. Country PfOdllCC Bought and Sold. Highest Price TuM IVn Sh-ri- ff cal court, iu session fath-er-in-- 1 Monday, refused to lease the turnpikes. This decision was a surprise to all. It was thought that something would be done to please the free turnpike people and thus put a stop to so much lawlessness as has been carried ou in tbis county in tho past ten days. lo Laxcastku. Ky. April i'i Lbihb Turnpl'if. 13 Tho fis- Wbo can think of some simple tMnx to patent? Protect your Ideas; trier may bring you vrralm. wrKft JOHN wfiuuEuuiHi x CO- - Patent AitorWashington. D. Cfor their 1.S prlzo offer aaieit. and list of in o hundred luTcntlous Wanted-f- ln Idea Goods arc Scotch Lappetts in -- olid colors and fancy; luiiil t with Satin stnpe Linen Lawns. 1c, making as fall and cosnpl line of Dress Goods as eer shown by t"i:s house. Bear la Huad we h.n Trimmings to suit eery one of them, and Laces, Bmbroitleriesaatrf Sirh wash goods sArua.11; TO ' rV-- " i COTTONS AND SEESTINGS. tfZc4 c.-- t a. present and future wants This is the period on such "tnptm value are not so cio"eiy ronMoered as usual, ana far seeise rt Qlipi i Li it and tjke advantage of it The goods we curry are standard, beat t rew Sprinj llesury anu L"nderear. JFjrti:' u SciiKtnr Klrfney Hurled. n. e, La.ncastkh, Ky., April IX The remains of Maj. V. D. Iligney, of Casey county, was buried here Tuesday afternoon, he having die Monday at He was an 9 o'clock a.m. senator, a Mexican veteran and n lie as 75 major in tho late war. years old. Farmer Antlgni. Geokoetown. Ky., April IX .lames D. Smith, a farmer, made an assignment Monday to II. M. drover, for the benefit of his creditors. He is the father and bomWmati of Treasurer M. II. Smith, who luft town some weeks aco. 1 ux-staVII-Knowell-know- -- n I ir3 &r.lil.r 1 L K AWVJX Qa I n! cflMl "T s "tn. .rvJr v I b VIM I fK kllllral I ivMk -1 t Vn. r il r. a eeoaseasse8S9asoeeaG8ees (ftQ0ittiiiiie00tMtitt8tl,f' " '.'It !t!l!!j!!!!!;;;;;;;t,,,,!!:!; o .- - : ; t ' ex-Ci- ty Fatally l'rt'aonml by 1 nnnMl Otiosohprrlrn. Mavi'iki.u, Ky., April IX The daughter of John Scott, leading grower, died Sunday night. Sho was poisoned by eating canned gooseberries. The whole family was poisoned, but the rest are getting well. - 2eas--boun- tbe village of Minerva Mrs. Nelson loggers, nu elderly lady, was found dead in her bed early Monday morning. She was in good r-t- IVllti't llciatl In Hod. AlHiUSTA, Ky., April 13. Near V wanted WSlSfflf H tfBrtm gill 3JaEBPfta!lS&gMJr SiSBHHP;iS rT W li: oSIIII ' VViss S,reetat e staiul re- - Sijf cei,t,J" occupied by T. "" CA.Chenault. ;;J ' Allsood tlie 1B8rkel JiiBEBlBL WMBeMB mch31-6ra invited '' the night before. r health upon retiring J ly - s:::: ;:: WMv Awr'Vv11-'"U tVC 1 r" :::' '.'M( S tll'.Y. Z C9e... Of-fu- tt, I.umn r Ci. Soils Out. InviNK, Ky., April tX The Peters Lumber Co. have sold their plant, consisting of saw mill boom aud general outfit to Toledo, O., parties. Operations with a full force began at once. Aged Woman llnrn"il to Death. Paris, Ky.. April 13 Judy Aun Johnson's relatives locked her up in a cabin in Ruckcrville and while they ijrilMffl u ' "v5' JYSP X W -i ASLI. ::- :- WAX We have no books and WCaI1 ::::51 VTiUcaro terrible with 0$I.OO bore. , to refund ured. dircsa ou receipt of price. 3io Japuneae 1'Uothe.,inner Unof. Paul, illna. Cure Corapanj-.b- 60e. per box. Japanese Uer Bia MM WK Peiieu.50piiu.26Q. 22!!" v& i? J04 Jul all... A ElMAsA anffer with thla all kind of Piles. Trh:r disease? TTo 13. J? burned to death. were out visiting She was about eighty years old. r.be CSrSoJd by W. White, Drusseat, lticlimond, Ky. """- civs written id " ZI..Z HHZ 5"H Si:::: l"ere'0re Sell Lowest Prices for Caslu0t?B CW&S ? .,t Vir 7T JiC ,7V I J, ' ' ...3 -- " ,ta "es ec... THE MARKETS. ClXCTVXATI, April 17. FLOun Spring fancr, 13.731 W; sprlni family, f3.35&a6: spring patent. K25a4-65- ; winter pat-nt- . 8.Wl?i. facof. K1034.30; low family, JS.at70. extrj, fc.8VBS.I0: f.'.?.Vgi60 rte. northwestern, S1C05 trade. THE WILLARD E, HOTEL,! ... JaTJ-TSB-v-TTJTS- T3T.7 D. CHENAULT& CO. 2- jr.::: 7 ,i'ire-- goods fresh l fromN'vlKX vST 7 ::: "SI 2 JL XN fe- - I Sg -- "!!i? n J S .les: Na 2 red, track. 91c. No. 3 red. track. h"c: No. 2 red, 9 4"e: sample red, track, 720. Cobs S.les: No. 3 white, track. 20c: mixed car. track, 2"c; Na 2 mixed, track, 2 Wet No. 2 wblta. trark. 25c Oats Salci: Na 3 wal.e. track. 20o: No. 3 mixed, track. 20c CATM.E Pair io cood shippers. ttOOt.fS! cxvorn, tS.0J2&tS. good to cholco butcherj. H. 002 ill. tdlr to medium butcher, tlE5Q 190. common. J2.T513.2 Hoes Select butcher.'. SlonailO; fair to cood pickers. JSWiJiOj: fair to cool lljhv 13 9534.10 common and rouiths. 13 2533 8a Sue El' anu LAiiuj Sheop Hxtrai, it 8ti 5.C3; cood to choice $i.2il7.: common to fair. S3 00BL0). l to cholco. tSSi QSTJ. common to fair. SIOTJJl.OJ VtAii Calves Fair toeoot light, $4Sl-ib'i: extras. liiO. commoa and large, o-- 140. Wheat doclty. SiSOiU Has Recsntly B2ea Converted Into a Modern Palace Halls and Entrance are IKarblo and Tiling of the Finest Quality. - il"" V " :::: Jf m x : : : : ? "'o w :;: 0 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors - - 0Y liniJ-UiHl- itosstsstiisaassiesci9sti9eo;3cti I have just opened on f Wli si I'ARbURS ANU UIM'KU HALLS. - - - Offices and D.n.ng'Roon. Bzautifuliy Oacorted and Bril- lUntly lighted Its Equipments throughout are without a Superior in the South, rate Charges Considered of CTTJST r in ii rfi M!fnl; i'i Caperton Building, a r OFElsrElID I Fhst Street, in the 1 7 ftSLV ' A r? B(JTCHEE w And will keep on hanvl best quality of Fresh anl Dried Meats, at reason: prices. Meats delivered promptly. Your Patronage solicited. I ( y rob-bar- y. n, C'.ar-tence- k toVcir-Glo- be -- -- hi tf ai- - r l) '. -- , , WOOL Unwashed, tine merino. 10311c per clothing. 131 Io: medium,.! lb; quarter-bloo- d dolalne anl clothln?. !3dllc: braid. l:j,Mc; medium combine, H J15o. Washed, file to2X IJo: midlu-- clotaln;. lVSltc; delalno fleece. lSldc: loa? combtn;. 14Q17c; rommon quarter-bloand low, coarse, li13c; choice. 1- 9Chicago. April 17. TnBAT April, 73yc: May, 7Stto; July.73C5 September. 71 a Cons April. 237s: May. HXs: July, 23,a SjMc: Septombor. sOJ(J?6Xc lvi-- tt IrllZn- - Xfav 17.- T,l W .VSJf. VA..J, ..V. WM.J. ITva I .al 18c: Scmember. lUTio. PiTTsnnBan. April 1". CATTt-- r Prime. ". 1025.25; good, U603-89- ; tidy butchers,' S1.50SI.70; fair. 203t50l 40: bnlU, stags dad cows. JiOfl feeders, 13 80 80: fresh coks aad springers, tMSW 3 ' Hogs Prime msdlum, "best York-en- s. fair Yorkers. M.(.S0; heavy. HJ0J.4.25; ptgs, W4.a;,r04JgrlBTt2.7iSla3L - Shjwp Cuolce, good. HJ4.4i: fair, ewso!i. - SW.7S-- , . ehoie bMabt. rac-rlnot d. lli:; OVZQB $lo,ooof Have BeenExpcnjtcd in This Recent Improvement. RKTES $2 Zk $2.50 DER D?aV fl IE ii h Mife H Jr., Mwiga. i n.c ....., a ui-- s eonof. 8pqr aad niLlS;; eaaice .4 rm il H-S- alrs t; Ke12; 4.5e.; t .; NtTM Sri ask fur IW.Rort's I remaie fall and nerer tnhw. I lraM on ruoelpt t? 3 . i EHHYROTAL nlwaTS relMe sad Bincuia0 iscoverv mm ffl P E3 The GnrATCSi a cwy( vt f mwirarawfui nJe'jusokucitoe Co,BCPLMIwt 9 1 KL posture BrereaUTe. CkSie- IL.ihI Bta rv. am carried Test- r ,. afn. .. fc" . ....c, BiU nu.. p:ete!ncmfBftUMtkaM. LaHWMaBoekftf- -. mil tn.i. . la mm Mhm Tf!l. ThKBerer bggwt, KkluaoBil, Xy. nr- - il THE (iHJSCTinu.l Cnree in 1 to 1 days. lmm R etra. 'la la t: av or racUJI-t- f Wm. E. Luxon, jr. Si.2 5 IN ADYAMCE. lTSoia bWGrWWler THE CLIMAX,