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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 ric1897050501_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. TOLUME X. For the Climax WOMAN'S LOVE. RICHMOND, MADISON illii6traled than in tlie Bccne that passed before me. Would to God that every sold buj; could gee tli.it Bcene as we did: tliev could not mistake its meaning, and trusting that, if not permitted to see it iu the maniier that we did, many may be brought to the light of the truth that silver has been robbed of her sacred rights. Before God and man, we submit this ton fair and impartial public. C. W. Richmond, Ky. GROVER CLEVELAND. COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, -- L897. Fe Print NUMBER 48. We Send it FREE! TO H t ft v Bffr il I iJIiJ i KTi their lives. The sole proprietors iu in ikrra f Simmons Liver Regulator -- rn tiwi customers are often deceived by a id taking some medicine of a ivin .inilar appearance or taste, believing it to te .tioimnoi Liver Regulator. We warn im ihat unless the word Regulator is on i iih pickaj-- e or bottle, that it is not Simmons l.i ver Rdulut'T. No one else makes, or - er h is made Simmons Li vcr.Reeulator, or anv'hing cJleJ Smimoni Liver Regulator, but J H Zedintfc Co., and no medicine made by anv ne e se is the 6jme ..We alone can put it up and we cannot be responsible, if o.tier medicines represented as the same do n t hel.. ou as you are led to expect they will Bear this fact well in mind, ifyou have leen in the habit of using a medicine which you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator, bectuse th name was somewhat like it and the package did not have the word Regulator on it, you have been imposed upon and have not leen taking Simmons Li ver Regulator at all The Regulator has toen favorably known for many years, and all who ue it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation Headache. Dyspepsia, and all disorders ans'ng from a Diseased Liver. We ask you to look for yourselves, and see that Simmons Liver Regulator, which you can readily distinguish by the Red Z on wrapper, and by our name", is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. J. II. ZEILIN & CO. Take We wish to caution all users of Simmons I.iv. r ItpguUt Jr on a subject of the deepest an.) importance to their health rt ui-n- WiLHMIMG. 'As the dove will clasp its wings to its side, end cover and conceal the arrow that is preying on its vitals, so is the nature of woman, to hide from the world the pangs of wounded an" ection. " Oil Cheap Excursion Rates to New York City. js On account of Et3t3 WQ ANDY GATHAB' the unveiling of the Grant monument in New York City, tickets will be sold via tho C. k O. Route at greatly reduced rates. Tickets will be sold good going April 23rd lo good to return leaving 20th inclii'-ive- . New York, u il and including May 4th. The Clie--n . ike and Ohio is the only line j ig within view of General Gr.ii-i'f- . Ohio bfith place at Point a he seminary at Maysville,ICy., where received bis early educitinn and from wi.jch he went direct to Weft Point. The famous F. F. V. Limited leaving Absolutely Pure Cincinnati at 12:01 noon is the only modern e'ect riclighted train running i lirouj.li Celebrated for its great leaven'ng strength and hcalthfulncss. Assures to New York without change, servirgall the food against alum and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap meals iu Dining Car. Washington exbrands, royal baking powdeh co., press leaving Cincinnati 9:lo p. m. conNEW YORK. nects iu Washington the next afternoon patronage to vote for unconditional re- with Congressional Limited. peal, iu violation of their pledges to their The Bcvniry of the Chesapeake and constituents, he obeyed the orders of Ohio particularly at this beacon of the Wall street. year is more attractive thau can be had When Carlisle announced that he along the line of any other rail road of would reserve Ihe option of the govern puual txtcnt in the world. meut to pay in either gold or silver, he repudiated Carlisle's statement, and County Democratic Commitpledged his administration to give the tee Meeting. creditor the option of demanding gold, iu obedience to the ordeis of Wall slreet- When he held that the Sherman law At a, meeting of the Democratic silver certificates, which, under the law County Committe of Madison county, of their issuance, were redeemable in sil it being an adjourned meeting of ver dollars, must be paid in gold, he said Committee, held on the oth day of April, 1897, and a quorum of said obeyed the orders of Wall street. When he recommended Ihe issuance of Committee being present, upon mofive bundled million dollars of iuteiest-beariu- g tion the following resolutions were bonds, to retiie the nonintere6t unanimously adopted: 1. Realizing that the Democratic bearing greenbacks and the Sheiman law treasury notes, he obeyed the orders party will most faithfully promote and protect the interests of the peoof Wall street. When he sold $02,500,000 of 4 percent, ple of Kentucky, and that Demobonds in a 6ecret dicker with Pierpout cratic supremacy and control in local allairs is absolutely essential to Morgan, August Belmont, the representhe people's welfare, it is the duty of tative of the Rothschilds, and his old Stetson, at 104, when they were all Democrats, in the interest of good woith 120 in the open market, and gave government, regardless of differences the syndicate ten million dollars of the of opinion upon questions of National people's money, he executed the orders policy, to unite in the selection of good men for county officers, thereby of Wall street. When be tried to make his last bond insuring to Madison county an effsale, of one hundred million dollars, an- icient an economical administration other secretde.il with the sune parlies, in local alTairs. 2. It is ordered that a Democratic with the open steal clause iu it, he was primary election be held at the vaobeying the orders of Wall street. Driven from ihat purpose through the rious voting precincts in Madison exposures made bv theXevv York World, county on tho 29th day of May, 1897, and by the indignation in congress, to select Democratic candidates for and among honest men everywhere, he County Judge, County Attorney, made a public sale of the bonds, and County Clerk, Sheriff, Circuit Clerk, then made another secret dicker with Assessor, Superintendent of Public Pierpont Morgan to take the bo. ids on Schools, Jailor, Surveyor, Represenwhich other bidders defaulted, at a fig- tative in the Legislature, and Coro, ure which defrauded the tarpiyers out ner respcctivelj-- and the polls shall be open from 7 a. m. till 4 p. m. at of over four hundred thousand dollars. He was in all these dishonorable transac- each voting place in Madison county on tho aforesaid day and for the purtions obeying the orders of Wall street. His appearance at this time is only pose aforesaid. 3. That to defray the expenses of ominous of more Wall street robbery. It means a raid on the gold reserve and more conducting said primary election, bond nsucs. The editor of the Courier-Journ- the candidates who propose to subis lighting him away from vis- mit their names to be voted for, ionary political flesh pots, which have no shall, on or before the 8th day of existence otilside of his own imigination. May, 1897, pay to the Chairman of this He arraigns him for eins which he has Committee the followiug sums: Each certainly commuted, and for faults which candidate for every county office he undoiibtly has, but those who know except that of Coroner the sum of and have watched the secret and corrupt $50, and each candidate for the office influences which have moved and con- of Coroner tho sum of $10. 4. That said primary election trolled him in every act of his public life, indictment of shall be conducted by officers to be will add to the editor's hereafter named by this Committee. him the proofs that he deserved impeach5. That tho Chairman and Secrement and removal from the high office degraded, dishonored and dis- tary of this Committee are hereby which he graced. The gathering of any reform appointed a committee to provide club in New York ought to excite the tho ballots and inako all arrangeappieheusions of the editor of the Cour- ments for holding said election. G. It is ordered that all legally ier Journal, in common with the entire qualified voters who consider themoutside public, not about possible schemes to nomiuate Cleveland as the candidate selves Democrats, and who will supof the Hannacrats, but becauee financial port tho nominees of this primary reform movements emanating iu New election, and all young men now years, Yoik mean danger everywhere to bank under the age of twenty-on- o accounts, and other treasures not laid up but who will attain their majority on in heaven, "where moth and rust doth or before the day of the next general notconupt, and thieves do not break election in November, 1897, and who declare their purpose and intention through and steal." to affiliate witli the Democratic AGENTS, 525 lo 550 per week easy! party, shall bo entitled to vote in You work light arouud home. A Brand said primary election. new thing. Write lo us Quick! You will 7. That the Chairman of this combe surprised at how easy it can be done. mittee give public notico of said Send us your address anyway. It will be election by posting a copy of this to your interest to investigate. Write to- order on the Court-hous-e door and day. Address. "People's" 3011 Mar- at twenty other public places in the aprl4 4t ket St., Philadelphia, Pa. county, and shall publish a copy of this order in every issue of tho KenA RAILROAD MAN'S PRAYER. i PIt-sant- . 'pleasant Soap for the skin. "Nothing else lite it:" The most refrcchinp- and - u IV $ woman's love's holy light, And when 'tis kindled can never die, It lives though treachery and slight To quench the constant flames may try. ! Like ivy, where it grexs 'tis seen To wear an everlasting green. Like ivy, too, 'tis found to cling Too often round a worthless thing. 1 woman's love at times it may Seem cold or clouded but it burns, With true undeviating ray, Nor even from iis idol turns. !0 Oh Louisville Dispatch. Its sunshine is a smile a frown; The heavy clouds thatv eighs it down, A tear its weapon is bewars Of woman's tears, thcie's uanger there. Its sweetest place on which to rest, A constant and confiding breast, Its joy to meet its death to part Its sepulchre to a broken heart "Orb Dek See." A The idei that Grover Cleveland has any chance to be elected President of the United Mates again, on the Democratic or any other ticket, could onlv einaiiale by reckless hiiiui jealousy or intense hate. The editor of the Con riel Journal sees in the appcaRince of .Mr. Cleveland to make a speech at the Reform Club, surrounded by his political and personal satellites, a menace to civil liberty and democratic rule, visions, invisible to others, ate evidence of distempered fancy, or the gift of Second sight. That the editor is not inordinately fond ol tue ox Pie-- i .ent has been evident si ce c.uighi him, Hcliim through his 1. ..1 Whiiney, cuttitu; the ham- si.iug ol ihe tarill hobby in 1S02, in the 10 mi of the Committee on l'latform and Resolutions at Chicago The coolness which then commenced was intensified to the freezing point when he was no longer allowed toslapliim on the back and call him "Grover, old boy!" Soil is not love ot Cleveland that distorts the vision of the distinguished editor. Tncre is current, a story iu the inner circles of politics that the editor had a presidential bee in his bonnet, which buzzedsoloud that Uevelaimand Carlisle both heard it, and that they jointly and severally conspired with each other and their respective groomsmen to kill that bee if they had to smash the bonnet to do it. Carlisle was as a paw n in the Kentucky tonttst, and sacrificed. When Kentucky slipped through the fingers of the Clevelaudites the presidential bees in all their bonnets were silenced, but the editor of the Courier-Journal saw in Cleveland's downfall what he believed to be the pos sibility of his own rise. He sought to rise on the wreck and ruin of the Demo catic party which Clevekud began, and which he imped and believed the In diaiiapolis convention would complete Cleveland hail stood like the dog in the manger and driven away the hungry aspirants in his own faction, the editor of the Couiier-Journhungriest among them, and kept them out of the possible reach of the coveted nomination, which he himself wanted but could not get; but when it came to leading a faction to s.'rve the ends of Mai k llauna and 51c- Kinley, he preferre I to leave that job to some aspirant for notoriety who would not be particular about the kind, or sqeamish about the character, of his job. Cleveland is a man who never had an impulse. His blood does not run with that speed which breeds impulse. He never experienced a Democratic heartthrob or a generous impulse. He is cold calculating and unscrupulous. Like the late Artemus Ward, he was willing to sacrifice his wife's relatives in the civil war, but having none, he sent a siiossiiiite, who is probably drawing a pension now. unless he discovered it and vetoed it while he was President. A man who went into office very poor and left it classing among the millionaires, is not the kind of man who grasps at empty honors, or would lead a forlorn hope or a desperate foray for the plun-dc- ! of politics. He struck hands with Mark Hamia and helped to form the alliance for the overthrow of Democracy and honest government, but he stood aloof from the Indianapolis crowd when the met to ratify the contract with Mark Manna, and told them to confer the dishonor of that nomination on another, most any other, just so it was not the editor ol the Courier-Journa- l, whom he vva- - unwilling to see lead even iu such a That wound still ran-kl- o Vne enterpiine. and bums. It is jealousy and hate which causes the editor to picture Cleveland as a presidential possibility in any sort of a political future. Anyone who knows Cleveland, the vainglorious creathe ture, of the money power, which made him what he is, will not doubt for one moment the truth of any charge which attributes to him ambitious dreams of a dictatorship, which, with stolid self-cofidence and remorseless craft, he will pursue until death takes his fine Italian hand off the political chessboard. is unThe editor of the Courier-Journnecessarily alarmed about Cleveland's designs on a profitless nomination. His mission Saturday night was not to contest with the editor ot the Courier-Journfor first place on another Indianapolis ticket, but to hoist Wall street's flag of rebellion Against the McKinley administration for failing to obey orders which he (Cleveland) never disobeyed, and never permitted his Secretary of the Treasury to disobey. When he sidetracked the tariff issue on which he was elected and convened concress to repeal the silver purchasing clause of the Sherman law. he executed the orders of Wall stee. "When he b night members of congress with federal -1 al d, al al RTlSPSKTRRn l, c"e say rsseof constipation. TatearcH are tlie Idral .aza-- t vw..,..aimu.s iirf.n'rrr ffriD or crincnni rauta rasr natural rrcultg. ham: SI 7. i Jiontrcai. tsn..or.fir lore tiueann conkiciir:r. id. mhii.im; iikjimm hi., nn.-acPiSflT.TiTFr.Y .VMv-.wmU- U o. 25 50 POWDER mf simmss Yonng and Old. jsj-... T5o t y- il. r. ALL DRUGG.ST5 i ' 7AEDICATCD flUhvsf: ri7 Lf ?. ii iJx.wt EK?rf B k L S . nn Rejoice with ns in the'Discovery. When a man has suffered for years with a weakness that blights his iife and robs him of all th.it really make hfe worth livinz, if lie avail h'imelf of a complete cure, why not p06be; the moral courage to stop hid downward coarse. U'e will bend von by mail, ABSOLUTELY FKKK, in plain paekast. the All I'otrrrrul Dlt. lltiKKJU.S.S VITAL par-ante- e with a to pernianentlv cure Ll.sr 31 hhXtlAL WEAK-NE;VAUIItirKLE, STlP.S forever XIKiir EMISSIONS and ail UBiwtural lrains. Ueturns to former appearances emaciated organs. No C. O D. fraud nor recipe deception. If we could not rare, we wouW not sod our medicine FltEE to trj--, and pay when satisfied. Write tonlay, as this may not appear again. Address C 6 fimw&mWi '' "00O Spar s Kassxrar IWiSat m BRiDGEFORP'S. i i Kilet L TrcwjaitpTiC fcr Tin: bath I ;r13i U.5 li in a mind ECONOMIST RAGE. ksFmCEidDVraW? It lasts twice as Atrial v II LZ'J 5, lel STRANGE CREAM OF A RICHMONDITE. Cincinnati Enquirer. h Tlie SEE THEM ! EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE THEM! tongf as otHcrs. SKLK-ABIIS- conviacs yoa of its ?reat Imcnt. Will pltasc t!w inc;t laati Jious. r Speediest Imi I . CHARLES F.MILLER, Mfr.ot " FRE.NC:i JVIU.nO TCILET . Al w . SOAPS AND PERFU.V.ERY, ii:J Lancaster, Pcnn. If there isamtliint; in which the er pt - nit, him- - If above 11 writeN-, e i.-- f Iiitiir 1 Simmons Liver Regulator. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. AIliS MIL UKI) s uiimikx. Ti:xor;nAi'iiEii and TYPEWRITER. ' ,$ J lii mtoxn, ifficr adjoining A .11 KnxTUCKY. BurnanCs. Ar73S17ST5. W. MILLER. Attos::ev-at-La- . Kentucky. Richmond, Office in - the Rurnam Building, next door to feb3-l- y Farmer's National Bank. C. F. BURVAM. V.: S. MOBERLEY. S nUHMAM MOBERLEY. - Attobkeys-at-La- RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. recently occu0 Opfick in Rurnam Building, pied by A. R. Burnam. J. A TTOKN uzrvisr. W, - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, nVt over Taylor's Hardware Ftore, Court llo'i'-e- , on Main street. 11. B. HOGG, to ATTORNEY AT LAW. JiICIIMOXI), - - KeXTTCKY. .".1-3- Office No. 13 First St.. up utairs. IP, 0 GRANT II LILLY, A TTORNEY--A T-L- Richmond, - - Kentucky. Ofllce S. W. corner Main anil Second h'reets up btairs. Will praclsci' in nil the courts of Marfinon and aljoiuiug omnlies and Court of Appeals. J C & D M CHBNAUI.T. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, Office on Second H'llt-- . street, ver Plien jrrocerv. CREEN CLAY, A TTORNE ----- Y-A T-L-A IP. Rahimmd Kentucky. Ml. ('ilb'ctions M)'"-t- 13- - ri !?-- . " em. ! . u 1. tr r eiiiivn fciipt ibiitiun; ..u. hell. that God liianifeMs lii trutiiw to man kind in feumu wiy either direrlly lliiotijjli some iniircl gent or visits iw with tome iiocturnl vision, und in eitlier ii'-piochiims to the world that Ho not only has an interest in each individual's welfare, but that Heovcrloolc.sand hasan interf-- t in us as a nation. In the beginning of the last campaign, having bi en a lifelong Democrat, we started out as a "gold bin:," but ere converted to the cause of "free silver" Mill'icii'iiUy to vote that way but never took any active part in the campaign cr discussions, nor heard ery many rpecches, and am sure we never heard anything bimilar to what we are about to relate On the night of March 4. though not having, given any particular tl ought to that being the day of the inauguration, we kiw and heard in a vision or dream the following: In our dream we were in the town of Richmond, and it was announced to us that there would be at one of the banks in favor of the goldtt:indanl. Two bank officials, whose names we will omit, We went immediately to weie to that place, and on neanng it we head the voice of a prominent lady of the place who is a advocate of woman's rights, and widely known assucli, calling upon the men iu a pleading voice to uo in and he.ir the speeches. Upon entering the first speaker stepped out oil a stand or ttage and begin to speak. lie went on at ome length to show silver would be under free coinage, compare I it to the clay beneath our feet, Ac, but finally, beconiing eloquent, he exclaimed: "In the beginning God J male and female, man and wife throughout the animal kingdom, and also iu the vegetable; then." slid he, 'why not in the mineral kigdom as well? Why cannot we say gold is the male and silver ihe female, and God has made the male the strongerand the female the weaker, just so with gold and filver they are man and xife." But right heie he slopped, as if he had said too much, and a band struck up and he began to Ian-a jig. Alter amusing tl c audience in thi way a few minutes he disippwirod tr. 111 the nelle, as if it weie a sequel lo In last reiuaik .1 beautiful woman, dicsed 111 the Mlc of a quartet of a tentur agn, uiuie upon the w.age, f.i!liiwe by a man. I'ne woman u oneM-ic-.- f to I: 'u-- r ilu;si.ii.e, Willi b cK the man. u'.d m.m.iI riiule u cons inn-tie wi 11 1 lie li. r daugei. man dn-a long sword or lame anil began whirling it .iioinul in the air and advancing toward the woman until it was revolving above -' er he . in :i timid manner, . I ..l-"Yiii if, sn 11 iitf .1111 I know joii 1'id tii ill u' Liu j.i. en In-- , with one f a o E Pi S'l I- ESTABLISHED. 189. Western Medicine Company, UCORFeElIFD. Kalsmazoj, Mich. 24-2- MAKE 7 :; Tho Finest Kigs, The Safest Drivers, i - cit r wj'ju; i ..i-- American Beauties fjrvj ', m. QtV ECCO'S SOLD OX AX 1. icjf. yj 80RREC Absolute ) CJissti-mitec. Promptest tention. At- w H SHAPES. ARTISTIC I f J J CELEBRATED W0HMPAW1E8S IHE C3EATEST '.VMM OE3TROYI3 DFJME ASC AND PLEASfWT TO TAKE. B Hg The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Teleohone Your "Cousin," P.B. No. 26. BROADDDS, IT ill F sii ai tA &A v- - SOLD IN RICHMOND. ASr lS GQ EFFECTS. ! BY Smallest doe Katiest to :ak? Entirely vegetable Most certain ami nrver-'ailm- tu ry with continually increasing demand. Think a moment. Worm Detroyer EVER DISCOVERED. Sold for a onarter of a cen e K V !?.& 4 4 "X fk a Ilunlcy's Old Stand. :$:SADDLERY :: zJEiui L 0 Lengths. , Does this not mean merit ? On jtch Box. 12o,000 Children yearly Sent toS their Graves by Worms. m fi HcDONALD'S 8 WEAK BSEH K5ADE YIGGBT... rTl rWl lD3Y. 9'"DAY. If iPi iVDSf. W-ji:p NEWEST ff 'PRICE, For sale by all CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS would havs saved them all. Manufactured ,h Z7SX how-chea- It act pown fully and qnlcUy. Crfrs rthers fill. Youn men regain lost manhood, c nenrecover youuuui viwr. ADnm:civut: tntecd t Cnro .N'epvpusncii. J.ost A It.! t (nt'iteny, JdichtlvEmlsMon". , I.mti'bM1 KnlllRir Memo Itlnfr end all rfriti of Hi abuse or fxe'cs . i.'lrrtKWi. Wrrrts Ou lnfar.ltr md r"rrm- -' Don't let dniKRlct lrapoe a worthless h i.?stitji Ini'ton!y NKUVISOil, or s. e.j l nx rCSrEli-.an be1carried In vest pocict. I'rc"aMVpn'i :v per box. or lor .", wi 'a pcr. J it rlttcti tinarfttilee to Ci're r)Iclan .Ji.er. Parophlpt free. Sold by .Irjzl1- ' ' CZ3 B falls NjfHft5' 2 So. drulstt and dealers . IEIt 150X.5 In medicines. I gg D2wr MODELS. FANCY and J. only by the proprietor, V. 3IoT0:X.AJLJ, T:t. may5-6m- o JtiMMlo-vlIlo- ie. Geo Wite. At Waltee Azbell's Stable. LivnnY hand-mad- D "S3 PLAIN. HJJI L. & tw2 IN1. E. R. 1SKL AXV7 ll fi m K. U JHVJSION. I.v LV. A. 51. 'JWril u JT cre-ate- Solil by Ricbmonil Drug Co. cml W. G. White. TO CURE A COLD I.N ONE D VY. e All kinds of harness, cheaper than can ba bought any where in Richmond Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction feb21-t- f guaranted. FEATHER80HE W. D, OLDHAm febl0-6- CORSET CI). Effect March I, Jiavsville. 114 SOLE MANUFACTURERS. SOLD BY Express & COMPANY. al Take Litative TJromo Quinine Tablets. All Drusfrists refund the money if it fails to Ci re. 25c. For sale by W. G. White, Druggist, nich3-6Ky. Ri:h-mon- BED WETTING CURED OR NO PAY. Mas B. M ROWAN, Milwaukee, - Wis. mch3-l- y Chester and 6.25 mail. .Cincinnati. Paris, Mrvs- I. M. ville. Winch ester and Lexington mail. LivinjT'ton, Ixindou, Jel- llico, ran?. for Cincinnati. WiH P. 7 M. 11 21 ffl 1.9.3 I'inetille. 5r mm Schcilalo In EASlllllUM) L, uWviile. Ar. Sbelnyvlllc. Ar.I.'renrau g ::o. w. KiiiKY SOUTHERN RAILWAY. (IN KHSlUvKV ) m-i- i ettert Frli. IS. No. 7 i.iam .Nn 1807. I Lv. 9 . . I OOOun in lDi a..(ipin A 12 NJ-- r I IS .VI NO. t. x uuiim 'J Ar Versail Ar IT'n-;tf- p lO.itim lOSVun m; f.8m r. 3 pint iu. lepra 7 itopm' u npm lj JIQ from G. X. Miilileilon, (liuyis't, anil used llieiti t r Sonr Stomach, Torpiil Liver and Constipation and found that they cave ire immediate reliel every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Celerj- - Capsules 9 (lents Wriaht's Of Sliolliyville, Ky., Refommends Wriylit'w Celerv Capsules. Slu'Ibwille, Kv, Mav 2C, '9G. Tc Vrijrlit .Meilical Co., Col., O : I luive piiri-liase- a !x f is mmw ill W''$$38 Fas line for Livinp-toi- i London, Jellico Knoxvilh Fast line for Cincinnati I'aris Winchesttr. UouUixl. IincaMer ?.n tanfortl. 1255 A- - X. 310 p. x. 11.4.1 A. X 10:10 fa : I' Fr&iiifl Si CiB6iBB&ti Railway. George Thorpe, Street, hetween Main and Water, rear of Dillingham building, It'iclimoiid Ky. Iteady to do all kinds of blacksmithing promptly in the hest 7 workiimnlike manner. S-- Ia Effect Marek I, KK. DAILY KXCBPT SUXBAY. E.VST 1 ot weit. i i . l.T I.cxln-tO- J Vors tilled... Ar. Nt o 7 I tn & 10am Xj."i. Yours very truly, Geo. W. Ptilev. HOW TO FIND OUT. Ar.LVrenceb'f;. Ar. Miolbyvlllc. Ar. Louisville.. 9.l7,in 10.5j.in a 0i:n j a35ji.ii p .2"ipn 7 to L4W m 5.0. in BOUD. 6 38 . ViOin C09..U 53pm Tra'ns EASTB Lbair Can. ChD "o. II 7 11 Nos 1.2. 5 and a carry Froo Obsem-tlo- u Yoo Get -- ', 1 tis: c Na tpa 6 tip 35pm 52pm n 10 iXUm 4am 01 m v dt-M- .tir. .11.11 lu-- r .iiiii-.-uo- i , it 7 I2pm 7 5pmi miOim 111:0 DR II. R. GIBSON, the hack "I uecK. He r lint cl'U'ie.1 t but w.ts lis.t- led. iid in iu harror 1 riiY.uriA v Axn surgeon, the nitei pi elation, as Kentucky. awoke. Non lit. mm iM. we see it. As the national banks are the hotbeds of gold bug? 110 more appio-priat- e building. 18 and ao Sec Oif.ce in the Joe I'c.ltns place could have been selected for 27- od I Vreet, fwer Woue slt dructore. the meeting. The woman pleading at CUAS. HOOKER, the door, as she pleads for the rights of woman kind, is a lit emblem of silver I ETE11TSMIY SURGEON, pleading its cause before men. The speech (rnidtiatt Ontario Veterinary College, (the first part of it.i w e interpret as in. au-in- g thutallthtiraigiiiueuts against s.lvi r Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. 1ie up stairs over New York Store, cornel arc worthless as the clay beneath our M no and r irst streets. Richmond 46- feet, and as to the last part it shows the great truth that all have to admit, that . C. M. gold and ail ver are wedded to each other, Medicine and Surgery. and while i:old is tlio stronger silver as Office Collins Building, MainStreet. its w ife must share w itli itan equal respect Telephone at residence (the Carr place) or. and lecognitioniluetoiuanand wife. The Broadway. Kentucky. speaker stopping short is a fit symbol of RiciiMovD, --- --a gold bug oratoi when he finds he has said too much ami that what he has DR. O. A. KENNEDY, said will lead to further thought and PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, make argument against them, and his Kentucky. dancing a jig Richmond, illustrates bow they switch oil' on the tariff or something else- - to Office in Smith Building, No. 304 Mam Street, np draw their hearers' mind off the truth tairt Office hours iz to 1 ani i to 5 o'clock. they have thoughtlessly uttered. Now for the tragedy. The vvouiau was not DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Kentucky dressed iu the style of today, hut rather Richmond, i 1 the style of 23 3 ear ago, and to my mind the demonetization or crippling of 1 elephone at elBce and residence. V silver could uot have been more vividly - unteuauce (IM not fall, No. is ISO 7 ltASTnruD 43a n 9 15am 6 34pm ;0.J3.im TOIprr ItiOim 7.30 pm 1115pm EAS DJUND. Fill a bottle or common water glu WEITDOUND. with urine and let stand twenty-fou- r No. li so U STA IO.S. hour?; a sediment or settling indicates a pm L.v Loulsvll Ar 7 Ar, Ar diseased condition of the kidneys. ArHarodsbgAr i 31pm 7 35s m 5 im r Uurzln L. 4 iOimi When urine stains linen it is positive WESTBOOKU evidence of kidney trouble. Too fre Na IS llNo lid. STATIONS Lv Louisill Ar !U.vdin 7 55pm quent desire to urinate or pain in the 17atn C2fm Ar Snelbvlt Ar Ar VursHes Ar ftaiiml I I rn back, is alao convincing proof that the Ar Midwiy Ar) 7 I Ian I A3ipm ArOeoriftn Lv 7 ISnil 100pm kidneys aud bladder are out of order. 7.-- the Profits Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers and Middlemen by buying direct from the manufacturer. Arr Klkhorn. SwiUer. " Stamping Ground. ' Duvalls " CeorctoHrn Lve Georgetown. rr Newtown. Lve FranVfort 8 SO , .. .. . .. .. S HW 7 Hi. 7 51 3 a) 3 32 3 4S 3SS ' Centreville- " Elizabeth Paris - 12 8 22 8 2S 8 4 ia i 38 4 VI i Se 4 4 58 5 W WEST BOIC'D. WE9 DOCND. JASPER. I) ... - r W. EVANS, M. D.t rilYalClAN AND ScKGEON, L W Lb 1 $ The Style. Tit and Wear could not be improved for Double the Price. Richmond. - Kentucky. iL jb '. C An old railroad worker was converted and beinc present at a meeting at which there were many inquirers, he was asked to lead in prayer. He hesi'ated a moment, says Ram's Horn, aud then with trembling lips, he Faid reverently: "0 Lord, now that I have flagged Thee, lift up my feet from the rough road of life aud plant them safely on the deck of the train of salvation. Let me see the safely lamp known as prudence, make all the couplings in the train with the strong link of thy love, and let my hand lamp be the Bible. And, heavenly Father, keep all switches closed that lead oil" the sidings, especially those with a blind end. O Lord, if it be thy pleasure, have every semaphore block along the line show the white line of hope, that I may make the run of life without stopping. And Lord, give us the ten commandments for a tchedtile; and when I have finished the run on bchedule time, pulled into the great dmk station of death, may thou, the superintendent of the universe, say, "Well done, thou good and f.iithful servant; como and sign the pay roll and receive your check for eternal happiness " tucky Register and Richmond Climax from date of adoption to time of said primary election. John B. Chenauivt, Ch'm. "William Jett, Sec'y. apr 7 tf Tomorrow will be the 154th anniversary of the birtii of Thomas Jellereon. OUR CLUBBING LIST. Magazines, Newspapers, end Otber Publications at Reduced Rates by the Climax Company. tNo. I tNO 5.1 ITATIQN'S. "Onm 35.ipm i.v LouUvtl 10 i cm a 40pm Lv Versl'es (15am 7 35pm Ar Nicblvill aa)-,l ffirm ArRichmo'd I ;0;ral Ar Irvine 2-1 Arl 7 55am sCOpm Ar 6 Sam 4 inpm Lv &05am 3.15pm I 30pm Lv No. 7 10 7 I 1 No :i loam suopm tXo C ItNo Z Ar U55 m 7.5opm DC There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Or. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney remedy WHAT TO flSWlWk j ns- - I A 'LlLJK. vZZsilvS? yzlrS&r tt Elizabeth " Centrcville "' Xewtown Georgetown Lve Georsetown Arr Duvalle.. Stamping Ground. Switzer Elkhorn.. Lve Paris a.m. . ... . . . . . . 48 H 66 Ml 48 9 9 9 9 p.w. S 38 38 32 33 5 4 5 K 58 t . It II 18 3S X 6 18 " Frankfort 1135 11 56 6 8 7 7 f U M 16 K 'J8 Mo boiler wheel rv&dz than the STATIONS. Ar Lexlnetoi... Ar Knoxville... Ar Ashevllls. ... Ar bavannah Ar Jacksonville. Ar Cnattinooga . Ar. Atlanta Ar Maron Ar JackonvtUe Lv Lv Louis Wile..... 55am 10pm 10 41pm 43am li5Jpm 1 50am 7 55dm 9 (T.a m ioipijj 750. m 1.35am 9 & OSpm 1.15pm 0Iim lupm luoaptn &15am l.IXJpn DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Mediant and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond Office nnri residence on Third Street. illiiNiliv DSNTAL SUT.Q3RT. OR WILKES SMITH 7. L. Douglas J3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes arc tie productions of skilled workmen, from trie best sna-terial possible to put into shoes sold at these prices. We make also OZoU and il-- a shoes lor men, and , S10. S2.00 and 51.75 for bavs. and the W. L.. Police shoe, very suitable for Douglas s, policemen and others having $30 - letter-earner- much walking to do. ' IfriCK MfHib b!dwg, Mam Street l urs, o- - tn i M ix t 4 I'. M Office fSM'ra ikc 'Mle4 ilnlitrv lUakers, Ijwjcrs, l'hvsicians Merchants, J. C. Moeoaji. J. A. Yates. MOltfiAN. R H YA',:. Kkntucxv . and all economical men wear W. L Dou2l. Shoes because they axe life "'SfsSHv WJfsXVS "Wcaro constantly addmp; new styles to our nlrrciilv larce varietv. and there is no rea son why you cannot U: suited, so insist on having V. L. DougUs Shoes from your dealer. We use only tho best Calf, Russia Calf (all colors), Trench Patent Calf, French Enamel, Vici Kid, etc., z .graded to correspond with prices ot me znoes. write Below will be found a list of periodicals which the Climax will order for its subscribers at its reduced rates, the only provision beinp; that the subscription to the Climax be paid up By referenco to the one year in advance. prices quoted below, it will be found that we can save yon from five cents to one dollar on every publication named. following prices include the Climax: . . f 3 75 . Arena 3 23 American Art Journal, Music Review . 5 25 American Art 2 15 Breeders Gazette . . 4 60 Century Magazine . . 1 S5 Cosmopolitan. ... . . . . 1 e5 Weekly Courier-Journ1 45 Weekly Commercial (iozettc .. . . 1 60 Weekly Enquirer 2 65 Demorest's Matrazine 35 . Frank Leslie's Weekly. Monthly . 3 40 SUMMER SCHEDULE, SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Frank Leslie's I & Detroit Free Press ... 3 75 The Forum . . 4 15 The Southern Railway will change Harper's Magazine 4 35 JIarper's Weekly schedule May 2nd, after which lime .Harper's Bazar , . .. 4 35 2 65 Harper's Eound Table... trains will leave Louisville 7,45 a. in.; The Independent 3 63 - w. .. . 3 15 . 4,2'1 p. in.; 7,35 p. in.; anive Lexington Llpplncott's Magazine. . Muncey's Magazine . ..1 90 10"0 iu in ; 7 25 p. m.; 10,10 p in. Leave McClura's Magazine . 1 93 .. 5 25 American Beview Lexington for Louisvilt at 5,05 a. in.", IXorthFarmer 1 SO .. Ohio . . 3,15 Public Opinion a. in. ; 5,10 p. m. 7,59 .. . 3 25 Beview of Reviews. These trains rufi dully and carry Free Hcribner' s Magazine-.- -. .. 3 60 . . Observation Chair Caw or Sleeping Cars. Bt. Nicholas St. .Lonis Globi.., Democrat- - 3 65 1 SO N. Y. World 175 For copy of tho new schedule apply to .. - ..... 2 75 Farm. Kentucky any ticket agent of the Soulern Railway. Louisville Stock Post. Evening 3 CO i-Tbemi-Week- ly Ar Birmingham 2.3)jm 9 4 PT1 Ar Mcr.dl-i& 30am 8. 204 01 Ar. New Orleans I carries car Louisville .o Free Chair Ka e Leilncton there connectlnj with Solid Veitl-bu'-to Train carrying Pullman Sleepmz Car Juc:socvllle via Chattanooga, also to New Orleans. No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeper Loulivllle to Chattanooga. aNo Lexington to Jacl4onv!llo via Hot Sprlngs.Astievllle and Pullman tjnlcn Sleeper Lexington to New Orleans tDally Except Sunday A. WnEDOW.P &T A.. S.T. Swirr.P &TA., Lexinrton. Kr. Louisville. Ky J. M.LULP.T. M W. II GREEN. Gen Sup. Washington. D C. Washlntton. D. li AG PtV. W.A.1UHK.G PA. Wit II TAYt-OE- . Louisville. Ky. Wasnlnjtcn. D n Chiltanooia a fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary paswses. It corrects inability to hold uriie and scalding'pain in pausing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night lo urinaie. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Rois soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing case?. If you need a medicine you should have thn best. o'd by druggists, price fifty cents and one doll-- r. for a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent fiee by mail, mention tho Ci.ui x, address to and send youi full post-ofiiDr. Kimer &. Co., 15inghampton, N. Y. The proprelor of this- paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer. ot ic Ace Bicycle Miph ui factory by Built in our skilled workmen, using the best naterid and the inost improved machinery. I'fo I:avo no ancnis Sold direct from factory to the rider, fully warranted. Shipped anywhere for examination. n C. D. BEKCAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent. GEO. B. HAr.PEK, Gen'l Sapt. Frankfort, Kentucky. Ohio Eaitaij, Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. WEST BOUND. Mt. Sterling and Lesinirton Accora Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Leiinirton Accom. N'ew York Limited F. F. V 6 55 WRITE FOR Our interesting Offer Acme Cycle Co.. Citfiart, Ind. an27-m 7 30 m 3 00 pra 5 45 pm am FREE EDUCATION. An education at Harvard, Yale, or any other colleue or institution of learning in Ihe United States, or iu the New Eiiplnud Conservatory of Mnsic, can ho secured hy any youn man or woman who is in e.trncst. Write for particulars quicklv. JAMES D. BALL, ;k UromLieklbt., boston, .Mass. EAST BOUND. 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom. xy i t 1158 am v. .cv IlfltUUUlCUf.I.t ir Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom. . 7 00 pm 9 B3 pm Washington Express Accommodation trains run daily except Sunday. Other trains run dauy. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reservation K. HOOD. Agent L.&N Jty., call on or wnte Richmond, Ky. TV. BARNEY, cr GEORGE Ky. D. P. A. C. & O. Ry., v- ::t..i t ..............t.t.ltlllllltllllllllllfl'llUIIIIIIIMlltAAJ 1- .4 . ..... . Hemi-Week- ly ly -- DENTISTS. the best. Fcr sale by jgptetejgplK Bro-ner- s, JC&fV-.K If dealer cannot supply you, DOUGLAS, si. W.L Ofp e Main Street, oyer Madison National KAUX. I Frjma.1 t - Richrinoncls Ky, Catalog oir fkee. , C? Brockton, Kass. -- s . rT ,h I. r- - 1 .iri ? h Weekly Louisville Commercial , 6 CO . N. Y. Journal, daily- . .. . 3 20 K. Y. Journal, Sunday- 1 70 Silver Knizht .. 3 20 Cincinnati Post, daily 1 80 Magazine . ..- -. The Plcnring county Fiscal Court has Peterson's . ... .. 5 25 Puck, bought 175 miles of iurupikesat a net Judge, weskly weekly 5 25 t . S13 000, payable in one, two and Atlanta Constitution 1 5 . 1 15 three years. This leaves only two toll Atlanta Journal roads iu the county, 21 'miles. A lew I Five hundred other Journals and magazines of 25 cents was inacle ryliich will raise .with tho Climax, at reduced rates. about $12,000 per vcar. It is estimated ,!The CMMAX.Company will lake pleisare in tlihtluis will pay Jor t lie roaas tn tnrea sUcnding to orders receiTed by mall. Always years, and-- at tho tamo time keep them state whether oc not you are now taking the ,. in repair. -- "t, tenoajcai jth vrm us to wita wr. . . V .. ,l?-- 3 'V II ' . . 'o j.-- - o. ..Jt r. - t "SVm. H. Tayloe Asst. Geul. Pass. Agl. Louisville, Ky. Twice-A-Wee- k Courier-Journ- al 1 1 75 45 , aoworic hs s proi:erIy fed HelVher wifl a bratj. If the Dram is not sept mgooacon-J&F- f thii ttKT idinon with pure,mtxh.blood, wont produce XT A vr 1. J. o y Menwhofail.andmenwho don't,oftenhavewhattheyca!l''Nerv'OusPristration." Nine times in ten the nervous trouble is purely secondary. Th; real sickness is in their digestfcn and in their Wood. If a man keeps bis digestion in cood ordir, and keeps his body full of pure, rkh blood, ' i he is never going to be very sick. i Johnston's SarsaparUia is made for people who 3 want to get well and stay wclL Sarsapariiia isa 3simpieMgranamotner" remeay, out rt cures, it lends it tingling j purifies andenriches the blood-annat is i to every pan ot tne Dooy. i neryes tnewa j it cures cure J inson all ailments of the brain end nil cures dyspepsia, rheumatism, scrdfula, and every other blood disease- - It clears themples-tio- n, plumps out the cheeks, aad brings back the i sparkle to lifeless eyes. One Dollar is the price.and One thousand Dollars Fcalllb irZmlrrViness jJ v - A sick J That's man can't miJce money because his brain wont X. B F3 tniss to intent? Protect your Idean: ther may briny you wealth. Write JOHN WEDDElilitTR-CO, Patent Attor-neyWuhlngtdn. D. C for their (1 Au prize oiler aaa iiii oc two nucoreu inventions waateu. T Wanted-f- in Idea Who can think of sone suudio I YorK. a norsewont Madison Monomental Wor ttxciz3:c2nD, srsr. 55 j- O -i K 5 c o w I s 3 o --A I x O o i T ' O N 2 tri 35 O M ANTJPACTURER AND DEALER IN giving 3 ...,. ue of .,j . QBcScofSarsapariilIa HLWIW 19 WILUAMS..DAVIS, BROOKS & CO, eery valTflhflff.Ofll m Q Il I . JLND AZL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORK. . Detroit, files. BU. Eov further particularSyprices, &?., address, K ' iiiiiiiiimiiliiiiiHii"iiiilii"'iiiimimiilli'w"iiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiHimii"''i'iiiii -- Trv a bciilc ef Uverette. r. t.i ,. com oy -i-- thitessaa . wr. Httle Hver ni WMWMWWilWWMMMWIWWMMWM asc I ' , :i ifr" u. t x. jr.or m. rv i. 'layior, kwd, Tr iy, J Madioi) oi)iJiDei)tal ,w , Wof-f- e !ir.fcit-l- y' s l, V fi -,- j, " " 9- r ' - ' ., t - " Ljggj -. . --- "fyjj. c? jg Prfntfl . I The Richmond Climax. - PERSONAL. MM I If 2 1 'fcv 31 1 . liti H tt 1 J a r i! ii ! J il 1 C' J i: I m The appearance of Mr. Grant E. Lilly in the race for the nomination for the County Attorney on tho Republican ticket will smash a slate sure. Mr. Lilly is announced in the Climax. Being an old neighbor and friend, though of diffJ. W. Bales was in erent politics, wo can say that the law 1897. WEDNESDAY. MAY 5, has no more fearless administrator than Louisville Thursday on business. Mr. W. H. Boggs, of Nicholasville, he. Sober, upright, industrious, and FOR REPRESENTATIVE. left Monday after a visit to Mr. E. C. capable ho will add strength to his ticket. "We are authorized to announce V. Boggs. Three Aged Saints. V. Combs a candidate for the LegisMiss Mary Stuart, of Atlanta, Ga., Mr. Delaney Lackey and Miss Jennie lature, subject to the action of the is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Jasper Lackey were guests of Mr. and Mrs John Democratic party. K. Smith. W. Rout Mr. Lacke is 70, his sister, The Kentucky House passed the hill Dan Chenault, of Richmond, was Mrs. Eliza Lackey, is 80 and America allowintr Police Judges and Magistrates in the city Wednesday. Winchester Route is 82, and these sat together at dintparilla only $2 a day for holding examining Democrat. ner Saturday. trials, no matter how many be held in foregoing is from the Stanford The Mrs. Lou Ij. Hume, of Irvine, was one day. tho guest of her brother, G. E. Lilly, Journal. The Lackeys are all related and well known here. Mrs. Rout is grand Monday. 0 A variety actress has recovered mother of Miss Sue Rout, who is pleas rlOOd S PUIS easy to operate. ascents. tion. Mrs. A. S. Hisle and daughter, from a Chicago Hotel proprietor for antly remembered by 0. TJ. students, being 6hut up in a folding bed. Hence- Nannie Hume, are visiting relatives friends of Helm, Lackey, etc, HOWS THIS! CORRESPONDENCE. forth every sonbretle in the country w ill in Louisville. Wc offer One Hundred Dollars Reward Mr. Bales Will Not Run. Mr.A.B.Munsey,of Jonesville, Va., inbKt on sleeping in folding beds for any case of Catarrh that can not be visited his brother, Mr. W. E. Mun-ceThe friends of Mr. J. W. Bales will cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure VALLEY VIEW. on Monday. regret to lenrn of his determination F. J. CHENEY & CO. Props., Toledo, Editok AVattereou attributes the law. Hon. John D. White, of Manchester, Miss Hattie; Taylor, of White's not to make tho race for sheriff. He 0. in Kentucky to the Chicago Station, was the guest lessness this week of arrivedjat this decision on Monday, wasln our city last week. We the undrsighed, have known F. J. platform. Will kind iriends please get Eva H. Roberts. having received an appointment D. L. Walker, of Manchester, was Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe the asylum skids rsady? There is work Dr. J. G Bosley, of Red House, left which is more profitable, less exact here on business Friday and Saturday. him perfectly honorable in all business to do. and ready hands should be found Thursday to attend the Medical As- ing in its duties, and demanding Walter Day, of Jackson, returned transactions and financially able to carry to do it. Atlanta Constitution. such attention as would render a Saturday after a stay of a few days in our obligations sociation at Owensboro. made by their firm. canvass for or the conductor the of West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Miss Alice Lloyd, Principal of the fice impossible. We refer to the ap city. Prosperity continues to General The business interest of C. A. Nicola, Toledo O., Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, wreck banks every few days. One Madison Institute, was here Monday pointment of State Agent for to visit Miss Bessie Spencer. Car- Schwartzchild & Sultzberger Co., of of Cleveland. Ohio, called him here last Wholesale Druggists Toledo. Ohio. in Illinois Tuesday, another in Iowa Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internalFriday. If some one does not hold lisle Mercury. New York, the largest Live Stock Ex week. the General up he may be in our Miss Florence Myers, who is at- port firm in tho country. Mr. Bales Mrs. Susan McGuire returned last ly, acting directly upon the blood and tending college at Richmond, is is now the agent for Kentucky, a week from a prolonged visit to friends at mucous sufaces of the system. Price, State soon. 73c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. spending a few days at "Castle Cobb." place none is better fitted to hold than Irvine. a Testimonials free. As Dr. W. Godfrey Hunter hoarded Stanford Journal. he. In his good fortune tho people W. J. Roberts left Saturday for Bar. the train for Washington last ueek, after Mr. and Mrs. Grant Evans have re- of Madison extend their congratu bourville, Middlesborough and other having been chafed out of Frankfoitby turned from Louisville. While there late their fellow citizen. points in liastern Kentucky. his politiral enemies, he is said to hae Mr. Bales says he will give his sup they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs XOTKS AT RANDOM. sung in melancholy tones: port to tho entire Demoratic ticket as Joseph Bird Dunlap. The river is rising rapidly and a May "Lav down de shovel and de hoe. heretofore, but the party knew tho Mrs. W. W. Pigg returned SaturHang np de fiddle an' Dcboe, rise is looked for. got fer to run day from Lexington, where she en- man whom it had honored with the Fcr po' old Hunter has FOR Rev. Walter Vaughn, of Wihnore, Ter de place where de pie hunters go." joyed a pleasant visit to her neice, largest majority ever given to a can will begiu a series of meetings atSyloam Cvnthiana Democrat. didate for Sheriff, would never prove Mrs. W. B. Wilkcrson. M. E. church next Saturday night recreant to his duty. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Hanna, Mr. Cleveland's whine that 'the "Brandy" Asher sold last week to Mrs. Rcta party placed in power as a result of of Cleveland, Ohio, attended the fu- Miss Elvira ' Wharton, Roberts and Day two hundred Revenaugh splendid Democratic patriotism has neral and burial of Junius B.Walker, Sydnor thousand feet of fine poplar timber Miller. Wolff. to meet the obligations of the brother of Mrs. Hanna. failed OF which stands on the farm of John Taylor people's trust," is hardly worthy of There 13 a treat iu store for the people near here. Frank Kennedy, of Richmond, has him, says the Stanford Journal: If been the guest of his cousins, Ethel, ot Madison county on Friday night, which an old bird like himself was caught Maggie and Polly Taylor. Gilberts it will doubtless be the pleasure of many J. W. Masters and C. B. Dunn have bought the property of II. A. Phillips, with chaff, he ought to eat it without Creek Cor. Central Record. io aitemi ana enjoy. (J Aliss Miller it consisting of the store room recently saying a word. "Splendid DemocratMrs. Wm. Higgins, Sr., Mrs. Win. is needless to speak. Her reputation as a built by him, and will open up a stock devil! Tne 'splen- Higgins, Jr., ic patriotism" the and Miss Elizabeth journalist, poetess, writer, reader, and of general merchandise this week. Mr. did Democrats" deserve what they Higgins, of Stanford, were the guests icciter is sufficient to attract an audience Phillijs will return to Lexington. John L. Baxter, Collector of the City got, but it is a pity that the rest of us of Mr and Mrs. J. A. Higgins on throughout the Union. Especially is this Unknotwi parties camping on the of Richmond, will offer at public sale in have to suffer with them. true of Richmond, whose people have Thursday last. been so often the objects of praise from farm of Morcan Taylor, nerr here, one front of the Court House door, in RichDeboe owes his election Pnx Rev. W. H.Lloyd, of Richmond, her facile pen. night last week set fire to a rail fence and mond, Ky., ou to the fact that the republicans could not was in the city yesterday. Rev. Of Mrs. Wolff, who is to be the soloist burned about fifty panels and would agree upon any one of their strong men, Lloyd is now pastor of the Christian MAY 5. 1897, f )r the evening, we use the words of her have burned many more, but the timely SATURDAY, and in a fit of desperation compromised church in Richmond. Lexington teacher, the renowned Mine Biedelli, interference of Mr. Taylor and others put Between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. uion a weak man in order to preserve Herald, April 30. who is very pround of her talented pu- a stop to the burning. When women of what little harmony was left in the Rev. Mr. Corbott, of the Baptist pil. "Mrs. Wolff possesses a very beauti- doubtful character go roving over the and G o'clock p. in., the following property, to pay the city taxes assessed party's ranks. lie will live in history as Seminary, Louisville, was the guest ful and highly cultivated voice, a brilliant country can we expect anything elschut against same in the year 189C. the first republican to break into a long of Miss Lucy Crow last Saturday. oue. She has the destruction of property ? entered the professional line of senators from Kentucky. If the Mr. Corbet t preached a most excel- ranks, though still Jay Ell Ess. WHITE LIST. studying with me, democrats whose recreancy to democrat- lent sermon at Ropublican on Sun and has adopted the concert stage. She $ 150 Avers, Mrs. Nannie B ic principals during the last two years day. FAINT LI OK. id engaged as sopranist in the first ChrisBallard, Mrs. Mary A., heiis . . . 1,000 any satisfat tion at the sight of can secure Mr. and Mrs. Thoe II. Reed, of tian Church of Miss Jim McCormick is visiting in Baxter, Mrs. Rebecca, heiis . . at a fine salary. GOO a man like Deboe occupying the positon Rushville, Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. W. She is considered the best saprano among Richmond this week. 40( BrookF, J. J., 3 once graeed by a Clay anil a Blackburn, Voodlleld,of Greesburg, Ind. were the younger set of singers in Louisville". S0C Mr. J. C. Chamberlain, oi London, Creed. Mrs. Lucy W about all the guests they are entitled to it. It Saturday and Sunday of J. Such praibe from such a source aug- Ky., was in our town last week. Carr, J. E., Adm. T. G. Hacker. ,50f the reward they will ever receive for their R. Gibson. They were here in search ments the anxiety to attend the "Tattler 40C Misses Ella Park and Emma Walts doners, A. C treachery. of warm weather, but ran into a Evening" at the Court House, Rich70C Doty, visited Miss Tanuey Park this week. mond, Friday nght, May 7. Go. 15C Deatiierage, G. Sam The Advocate says that the sound snow storm. Mr. J. L, Kinnard has accepted the money Democrats of Doyle will fuse Mrs. Field Miller, of this city, and 50C Edwards, W. T Waller Bennett for County Judge. Mr. position of ' hurkfter" with Moore & Co. with the Republicans. Of course Mrs. Wm. Irvine, of Richmond, who 100 Estill, J. T The sensation of Monday was the theywill. A sore Democrat who have been spending several mouths announcement of the candidacy of Mrs. Jcnuie Searcy has moved into Faulconer, Mrs Nannie S0C her house and will it side here the rest Gilbert. Perry, 3 has tried to run things and couldn't in Atlanta, Ga., are expected home Mr. Waller Bennett, President of 200 the have everything his way would even evening. They will spend Madison National Bank, as a candi- of this ear. Green, J. S 1.20C Mrs. Jane Higgins, who has been vis Hicks, Fred, Adm. J. B. Hicks, 2 . J.05C if he the night here and go on Richmond fuse with his mother-in-ladate for County Judge on the Repub thought he could accomplish the de- the next day. Lexington Leader, lican ticket, to succeed his brother-in-la- iting here, went to Lexington last week Hagerman, B. C, 3 300 to visit her daughter. feat of the party that wouldn't April 29th. 1,500 James, Mrs. Hannah Judge James R. Burnam. knuckle to his whims. In about nine 100 Mr. W. T. Short is expected home this Kirby, Jno. H Mine Bredelli.too u ell and favorably Of the candidate personally the cases out of 10 a sore Democrat known for introduction hero, arrived 500 Climax hits naught to say, neverthe- week from liichmond where' he has Moores.Jas., 1 helps the party he tries to bury. yesterday, to visit her friends and for- less, without impropriety, something been for several weeks. 100 Million, G. B., 1 Stanford Journal. 400 mer pupils. She will organize a sum- might bo remarked upon the willHon. J. P. Xapier came home Mulfinger, A. F., 1 The In remitting for his paper again, mer term in "The art of Sininjr. ingness of the better class of Repub- from Frankfort lafct Friday to spend a Marcum, II. F., 2 450 licans to sacrifice themselves Mr. McWheat, of Mt. Salem, writes: Voice Culture, Solfeggio and Song" 400 Marcum, Richard, 1 when the prospect success few days with his family. I love a thoroughbred Democratic Ladies and gentlemen who wish to seems brighter by reason for little or Preparatory services will begin at the Masters, Jno. 1 150 of paper like the Interior Journal. If it embrace the opportunity of Mine. no assistance from them. But such 500 McMahan, PatSr., 1 cannot have its way in everything Bredelli's instruction will commnni-cat- e is Republican politics. The rank and Methodist church ou Friday evening by O'Neil, David, 1 1,600 Presiding Elder Miller. file toil and sweat, fuss andfight, but politically, it always falls in line GOO Perkins. Mrs. Lou., 1 with her at once at the Glyndon. the humbler voters, white and black, Messrs Galloway and Woods shipped with the majority of the Democratic The Louisville Times says of Miss have to stand back when tiie influen- three car loads of hogs to Cincinnati last Pullins, Mrs. Minerva, 1 . ... . . 250 party and never bolts or sells out. up to tial big 400 Chastine Macgregor, who is visiting counters, bugs crowd Capt. the pie week, having paid the purchasers 3 and Rymel, J. W., 1 'there is Ballard, 2,000 Smith, W. II., Jr., 1 Ax exchange says: It seems to be pret- Miss Ellen Owsley, at Lancaster: for instance, who is a battle scarred 3 cents for them. 3,000 Smith, Mrs. C. K ty well demonstrated that tobacco no lon- She is a beautiful girl and is account- veteran his last ambition to bo his The following candidates were iu our Schmidt, Mrs. Eliza A, heirs, 1 . . 1,500 Kentucky. Inferior in ed one of tho best musicians in the party's nomineet so near to realizager pays in tion, is thwarted at one fell stroke town last week: P H. Sullivan, Jas. W., 1 1,500 quality and ixeessive in quantity has city. She plays excellently and is And there stands Elzie, he of the C. Lackey, James Miller, D. H. Breck, SmithjJuo. 1,000 Todd, J.C.I caused it to be a paying crop but the also a good singer, having received cloven foot, who sold his political Win. Crow and Ab. T. Fish. Taylor. Dr. T. J., 4 3,100 question arises, ihat shall the fanner instructions from some of the most birthright, if he ever had any, for a 100 On the evening of Aptil 30th a Todd, H. I smell of potash. Where is he at? substitute instead of the weed? That is famous foreign masters. Miss MacPerhaps we do Mr. Bennett nn in- Demorest Contest was field at Fairview Tudor, C W 1 400 a question that U perhaps hard to an- gregor is tall, stately and very hand- justice in ascribing any selfish mo1,300 some and is a splendid hostess. Miss tives to his candidacy Probably his Christian church for the benefit of the White, Jno. D., 22 swer. It seem however that almost Geo. Hudson Mission Band "by Miss the COLORED LIST. beats tobacco at the present prices. Owsley, who takes rank as one of the party managers, recognizing to May and pupils, assisted by others. A need of Truck gardens are paying only mod- beauties of the State, belongs to the ery, have"grease" Mr. oil the machin100 Burton, Steve, 1 cajoled Bennett to lead erately well, while cattle are bringing in famous Owsley family, so noted in the ticket that his influence and number were present nevertheless the Blythe, Sol, 1 150 keeping quite a number away. a fair remuneration. It seems that the Kentucky history. means may be utilized in pulling the weather 300 The church was beautifully decorated Ballard. Winston, 1 cats-paraising of poultry is beginning to cut Mr. E. S. Rowland gave a very en- chestnuts out of the fire As a 900 under such circumstances, it with evergreens, potted plants, etc. The Brcck, Burgoyne, 1 some figure in our part of the state. joyable "stag" dinner lasl evening at 200 would seem a pity to sacrifice so following young ladies took part: Misses Burgin, Martha, heirs This may be called a small business, and his residence on Harrodsburg avenue. amiable a gentleman. But on with 300 Bull, Jesse, heir 1 yet it always brings in a little ready Those present were Messrs. C. R. the dance, let joy be unconfined, as Fraukye Doty, Lucile Kamsey, Sudie Bena, Chas., 1 350 Parks, Darcas Leavell, Annie William, money. The time has come in all en- Anderson, E. W. Lee, II. E. Wool-fol- it's no funeral of ours. 800 Cochran, Sarah, 1 terprises that the odds and ends must be Deslie McMurtry, D. P. Rowland Joe Willis The Only Certainty In The Lot. Florence Burnside and Elizree Wallace. Crntcher, Narcis, 1 250 The declamations were well received by ' looked after. Money must be made in and the host. Mrs. Mary Burn-ha150 The Frankfort itemizer in the the audience and showed that the yourg Chenault, Bob, 1 . . small sums and dispensed with care of Waco, Texas, who has been Louisville Times has discovered a 200 Chenault. Tobe, 1 Extravagance in all things must be visiting her brother, Dr. I. W. Powell, peculiar state of things in our local ladies had received thorough training Cobb, William, 1 75 for the occasion. Miss Florence Bum-sid- e checked, at least until the limes change near Harrodsburg, is at present the political circles. Davidson is in but 200 Campbell, Matt Jr., 1 may out; Smith is in and out and was the successful coutestaut, her from what they now are. It is not so guest of Mr. and Mrs. Xong, whose may getmay not 400 or continue that way; subject being ,4The Martyred Mother." Carmichael, Jno., 1 made as what is saved. much what is mother is quite feeble. Mrs. Burn-ham- 's while Joe Willis is in and will re150 Tho decision was well received by all. Corneliton, Ed., 1 many friends at the Institute main in until his term expires, 1 20u McCreary That which is after Davidson's, Smith's et The judges were Miss" Larrick, of Rich- Deatiierage, Sam, 1 are glad to know of her continued . Embrv, Hebecca, 400 al ad libitum. has lost none of his influence with good health. Danville Advocate. mond, Va., Mr. A D. Flora, of Rich200 Embry, Mary's heirs, 1 The special say: Ky-- , the Departments at Washington, and Mr. Letcher Owslej.of 1 "J. Speed Smith, tho clerk of the mond, 200 t lat he is just as prompt, painstaking, Lancaster. The speeches wero inter- Embry, W. C, present House of Representatives, Estill," Hayden, 1 SCO and effective in his appeals for those and who was defeated for Congress spersed by music from the well known who need his services, was demonin tho Eighth district by tne Bradley musicians, JVlrs. Logan, airs. Patterson, Francis, Minerva, 1 . . Potts. To the wife of R. L. Potts, at forces last fall, isn't bothering about Messrs. Ward and Owsley, of Lancaster, Flack, M. D., 2 . . . . strated last week in a manner worthy "Whites Station, Wednesday, a ten pound the Federal pie distribution. Ho has Gentry, Marr, 1 . . . . of notice. The Climax publishes a the Richmond post office nailed Miss Eliza Lusk, of Point Leavell, and Harris, Ben, 1 ! quarterly magazine of two hundred boy. down, along with a part occupancy last but by no means least appreciated Woodsou, 1 . . Deatiierage. Mary Louise, is the of tne new Government building at by the attentive audience, Mr. A. D. Harris, pages, the Delta of Sigma Nu, with a girl which came that point; but it is all contingent Flora, of Richmond. The following Harris, William, 1 . . circulation of nearly one thousand name of the state soo fgzx copies throughout the Union. The to the home of Mr. Elmer Dcatherage upon a peculiar present of case. Mr. young men actd as ushers and seated Hockeismilh, Mason, 1 Davidson, the Republican 250 Irvin, Joe, 1 . . . .' yesterday. P. O. Department at Washington the crowd with easeaid grace: Messrs. Congressman of that district, has his fixed intention of recom- Ed and Wood Walker, Alex Denny, Irvine, Henry, 1 . . it from the "seeoud-class- " White. To the wife of George White, mail privileges owin;r to the irregu- at Whites Station, on Tuesday April 27, mending Mr. Smith for the postmas- John Burnside, Wm. Lusk, Lewis Dotv, Jarman, Sarah, 1 . . Richmond, butJiis term sco larity of issue due to the pressure a ten pound Ijoy, William Henrv White, ter at before the commission will ex- John Francis and Ed "Walker, Jr. Miss Miller, Harrison D., pire of the Miller, Letcher, 4 . . 2500 of other work in this office. This fur his paternal grandfather. present Democratic incumbent does. Burnsido will be a contestant for the EST) Martin, Irvine, 1 J 200 meant an increase from one cent per The latter, Capt. Jo B. Willis, was gold medal at Lancaster, May 14th. . 1 Monran, Jas., 250 fep appointed late in the last term of pound to ten cents, or from $850 to Cleveland, who, like several of his Mitchell, Mary, 1 . . $85.00 i a the cost of mailing each predecessors, allowed tho old postMoore, Mrs. Moie, . Alter repeated effoits to induce Denny At Valley View, Sunday, master to serve out his full four 150 the Department to rescind its order, April 2Gtii, Mrs. Joe Denuy, from child- years. Capt. Willis1 commission, as is Mrs. Phil Mobtriey, who hoc beensick, Noland, Geo. W . . improving. postmaster has two years to run, and Parkes. Geo. Ann. 1 250 kKJd we bethought ourselves of one who birth, ag' d thirty two years. unless the case is taken up some There are some new cases of typhoid Sheppard, Chas,, 1 . ."". . . . . 250 n ver yet turned a deaf ear to a needy Davis. C. M. Davis, a highly re- time before the commission expires, Stone, Irene, 1 c mstitucnt. He Iiasteued a little mis term will have ex spected lady of the Newby neighbor- Mr. Davidson's has" Small wood, Chas., 1 . sive to Washington with the pired before bo a chance to carry Awarded Harry, JT". 7 . . ioo E. McCreary," hood, died- on the 20th ult, afier a brief out his determination to recommend Highest Honors World's Fair, Taylor. Fiank, 1 . . . . spell of fever. Mr. fcinith Tlte latter, seoing this when, to our gratification and aspiumu supping nway ironi him, may Tnbbie, Mose, 1 . . . s tonishment, an instant reply came to conclude to run for Congress again, Tribble, Mary's hers, 1 . may win, and instead of being reM. Josiah Willis to'Taiso the quar1. commended for postmaster by DavidTribble, Pleas, 1 s . -. antine" and admit the Delta to the son, may have tho pleasure" of Free Turnpikes About Settled. . Todd, Chas. H.j I mails as heretofore. Davidson for postmas Willi-- , Edna, J . 150 Tho incident attests the continued now in session de- ter-- All the Republicans and imi a. j The Piscal Court Williams, Sallie, 1 , . . . .high standing of our former Congress- cided to submit to a committee to in- few .Democrats thinK that smith is . . White, Mary,l 300 man with the Chiefs of the Depart- vestigate tho turnpike question in good enough for anything his party White, Jennie, 2 . . . . 950 ments of the Government at full with a view to purchasing all may conclude to give hinu" &$ White, Rose Ann, 1" . '. and lead? us to believe that of them. The committee will reWhite, Adam's heirs 250 the Eighth District, instead of losing port tomorrow. It is believed that & White, Jae., 1 . . . , ita Representative last November bonds will be issued, as many of the 150 only gained another one! Walker, William, 200 roads will take them In payment. . . . . "Walker, Owen, l KclleyBettlcMra H;o total ost will not be over $75,000v "BtrmeyH W ". 200 Court Dzy. Lankford, Bte phen iRriiwu Birdie Walker, Hobt., 1 . 250 Cfirk Sudie Miller 8arah Mrs . Nicum w V A Cull on Squire Leng. " Conroy K Norris Brothers report about 500 cattle . Winkfield, Dow, 1 200 Collet John L Parts NathaMlssl! and 100 sheep on the market. Cattle The Climax fms been requested by Cooper William ,1'erkins S K : yYaslnngtOB,Nancy,l. . . 250, . 121 MOSTs'RERFECT; IjJADEr Stone Maggie brought from 2 to 5c. Sheep averaged "Many Voters'' from Vnion to .call upon GaptryTbeBiag Yates, Uum.; 30 . Grape Cream of Taj'rWdwv-"FiVan WiaUe Dick , i about S2. Horses bnxwht from $16 to Squire Jauws Losg, f Kirksytlle, to' Walker Suia Mr , ' .' 9m Afwiontt, Alum or oy other aAiHertnfc ' sei"33, WILLIS, PotfjBMiir. ,136. But tew awfee aflwwJ sod BOfc&lM. J'moohbm MaweJf a candidate iWeoaaty JtfET J" r c .ru- nsJlmtain 40 YEARS TH6 911)0410. apU4, WHISHHl . n 1 " H, . -- n tt t. ' ' r ?-" Ex-Sher- iff Neville Moberley returned TuesPUBLISHED KVEBY WEDNESDAY BY day from Illinois. Mr. Robt. Thomas, of Ths Climax Printing Go. Richmond Wednesday. Paris, was in Dr. T. P. Gardner and Win. Snow-deProprietor nd Editors, tILLER1:7, of Irvine, were hero Monday. a E. WOODS, Associate Editor. Mr. C. D. Miller, of Irvine, was tho guest of relatives here Monday. PRICE PER YEAR, $1.50. Mr. J. D. Burnsido, of Garrard $1.25 IN ADVANCE, county, was hero Monday. Judge, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. The call is urgent and bespeaks the petitioners' coufidencein the ability, integrity, and popularity of Squiro-1ong- . His decision is anxiously Mr. Lilly In The Race. awaited. n, $10,-00- fever in this locality. Growing Born to tho wife of Tsaac Stalker, April ri "boy. 27th, a Hcathmnn & Jenkins aro doing a good Liver and Stomach TrouWos Too br,8in&s at this place. Work-N- ow Able to Co Weak to Born to the wife of Thomas Brum-aghuAll Her Housework. April 27th, a daughter. " I was under tho caro of a physician for two years and ho wa3 treaties' me for Mr. Geo. M. Newby, of Randolph stomach and liver troubles and femalo county, Mo., is visiting relatives at this difficulties, but I only grew worto under place. his treatment. I was go weak I could do Born to the wifo of James Fullcrlove, hardly any work. I was ot last induced and Hood's April 29th, twin boys. Their names are to try Hood'o Sirsaparilla Pilla and tbeso medicinal havo done me Wm. Jennings and Bryan. so much good that I now wcilgh 112 Died April 27th, Mrs. C. M. Davis, of pounds and am able to do all my housetyphoid fever, aged 37 years. Burial at rijst-- n i work. I firmly believe I should have been Friendship cemetery. She was the In my grave today if It had not been for mother of seven children. She ws a Hood's Sarsaparilln. My little girl was afflicted with phthisic. I gave her Hood's pious, good mother and her death is Sarsaparilla and it has relieved her." lamented by all Tho family has the sympathy of the community. Mits. R. S. Haefer, 701 University Avenue, Knoxville, Tennessee. Tho Republicans of Newby ward, met Sarsa-- & at this place to select delegates to the county convention on the Stli day of May. The delegatts were instructed to Is the best-- In fact the Oao True Blood Purifier, vote as a unit for E. C. Million for it all druggists. Bo suro to get Hood's. Judge. The delegates are uninstructed cure liver Ills, easy to take, for the oilier offices whichhave opposi -- Was Worse - -.- - -- - v ". -- Woman's. Brower, Scott & Frazee , I lj!J Greatest aJ h Hm IL&J JL1. MM. - f v I :&: AHPETS, FURNITURE, WALLPAPERS. i.2-2- . - DRAPERIES. V'T5i-V5-"- N rP3 We Are Showini - mi W Is Spring Cleaning and e why not make it a lit-ti- It& 5 A Large and Carefully Selected Stock of rrTt more pleasant for YZ&Q Wall Papers, And Mouldings D In Fine, Medium and Low Priced Grades for the Spring Season. Hood1 her. k SHE NEEDS A GREAT MANY m m &m &K Estimates Cheerfully Given, Competent Hangers Employed, Satisfaction Guaranteed In cheap Papers We are Offeriiiir Some Great Bargains. Inspec- y, New Things To take the place of those worn out and those "that have nassed entirely out of stvle. When she needs them, she needs them in the P3 Si Bi! & ;& Rsel i& tion Cordially Invited. Pic tures and Picture Framing a Specialty, WORST r m ISA inny-5-lr- gWAY And aught to have them anyway, and especially so since she been so very economical and easy on you during the recent M : Grower, Collector's Sale 3ITY TAXES, n 1? II Scott & Frazee, Le.xinsrtwj. 8 - Corner Main and Brcadwav, Kt -- TO TOWN - LOTS And now 3rou can get them at such very LOYf PRICES providing jTou come to us from them, that there is no excuse for you not making her happy which means home more pleasant for yourself. Our Stock is Complete Hard Times SPRING PLOWING. 1 . , H TOK-ELix-rr And not an article but what has been bought since the first of the year and entirely too many of them to mention ettch one, so just remember please, that we have anything you may want in the Furniture do not believe it, come and see for - line and if yourself. 3-- Ml Forget to See Our PictureMouIdings, We have the best plows the factories produce. If you expect to doan plowing the coming spring, and arc not already supplied with plows, von cannot afford to buy before divine; u a call. Everything kept in a well equipped hardware house IS foil (I m our stock. 1 11 I i- - CK...... Buchanan & Biggerstaff, Furniture and Undertakers. w ShuckeSfos l (I KEXl CK Y. znz-z-Tr- : richmo:n d, 1scjijiiSt-S''is r kJ 7 " w w, m J m ill -- nov-a-da- ys TtSHKI0. mm any-thi- cg .Jk H rj w, (Q) l - mm PS k, m, &? BIRTHS. : - -'-- : - - . mm Mm r Mjxn, ' - S? , .- . . HU-pon- -. ed in-cat- ed is-b- ue DEATHS. .. m - - ' - yy l - F- . . ' wp CQflP V :;. . $ " ' " According to one authority the word "dollar" is a corruption of the German word "thaler," the form in Dutch beint; "daalder," Danish "daler," and Italian 'tallero' All these different forms were derived from Joachim's Thai, a Bohemain town, where the Count of Schlick, 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 to the above-namcoins, as well as that of Schlickenthaler. Hence, Joachim's thaler pieces were first contracted Into Joachim's thalers and then into thaler. These coins (rained such a reputation." says the St. Louis that they became a pattern, so that others of the 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 adoption of the federal currency. In coinage the word 'dollar is a favorite, being found under Tarious 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, neztto Farmer's National Bank, Richmond. ed Globe-Democr- at, 8 " y mmmmsT - -- A - . - ski f 'Jim m 1 - LOCAL, AVash-ingto- n, t List of Letters. 1W HUONG ; .- W WwWlmWmx& ..." ..... 1-- .... vr f ' ' - A- " rfV-- ; - ,,-- -- - - - -- 't ' Ah ' . WZ$ -- ; - - - ., ' fe3 - rawDm b JV .. ....... ?.rr"- w , l J e-- riMhijBEaj- - Zm ?4 - & . L- - ' ' '! i - I r - ., m -- ! , .( l " T .. (jBafc- - '?'""7j i. .v. - '.. " Tn .JL - ferrSifisS&Kffitfir-f- v. 3t tf it J" aJT j.y" jjtfjBiiiiisSftjBpSyit7SBtTffyi.si. '''.-,- "J iSjA"vS: ?,. M.-- .'':., .v . jjStT-- B .wArvvvfli - t i4 r? ii v- - V"lif1(itfTi'vi3TliiiiiTii"'ii The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY, Second Sunday Excursion Q- - & C. Routs. Cin-cinn- MAY 5, - 1807. See Local ad. position wanted, another column this week. The frame work of the Baptist Church at Berea is leing erected. Wagers & Cohen shipped 8 car loads of hogs to Cincinnati last week. Elder Neal, of Winchester, is holding a protracted Meeting at Speedwell. The Baptist Church at Union City will be dedicated Sunday, May 30th. Rev. Isaac Parson is dangerously ill at Winchester with typhoid fever. pole. Joe "V. 1'igg is very ill at the Kentucky Baptist Mceling. residence of his father, W. W. Pigg, The General Association of Kentucky this city. Baptists will meet in Georgetown June Near Hindman, John Jones was 19, and remain in session four days. It killed while trying to kill fish with will be one of the largest gatherings ever tlvnamite. held there. A committee has been ap pointed to look after the Visitors. The Daughters of the American Revolution will meet with Mrs. C. D. Mr. Thos. Williams, Come Out. Oienault Thursday afternoon. Mr. Thos. "Williams is urged by Gov. Bradley has pardoned Ernest "Many Voters" to make the race for boy recently sent up Magistrate of the Foxtown district Ills the 16 year-ol- d The call is an earnest one, and is a for breaking open Mr. Donelson's safe. compliment to Mr. "Williams' ability, Rev. Bourne will preach his last honesty and high standing. pennon at Mt Pleasant next Sunday. AH Jennie Davis, Who Disappeared, Is Now members are requested to be present. fen-foot Another cheap excursion rate to Their Cases. nill be In effect over the Q. & C. A tramp printer told theSfanford JourIioute Sunday, May 9th. A great chance nal that he bad applied at 111 printing to visit the Queen City. Ask agent for offices during the past three months and particulars. that ho had only gotten two days' work. He left for the Nashville Exposition Position Wanted. A gentleman will take charge of afarm where ho was sure ho would find emor country place or work. Pleasant home ployment of some Tcind. more of an object than wages. Address "Winning Deal Easy. J. M. WniaiiT, Honors are crowding upon Mr. L. P. Richmond, ivy. Evans. Last Friday he beat nine at C. U. and won a gold medal. How Would Mayor Armer Sound? The week before he defeated seven of The many friends of 'Squire Armer are urging him to make the race for the same men and will represent C 'U. Mayor. Should he do so and wiu the in the contest at Lexington on Friday night. He is one of the best declaimers nomination there is not a man in town atC. U. who could touch him with a ats Advises Printers, and Lawyers.lo Stick io For The Legislature. "i7ct Esictly RiBlit." Thousands of people are in this condition. They are not sick and yet they are by no means well. A single bottlo of Hood's Sarsaparilla would do them a world of good. It would tone the stomach, creat an appetite, purify and enrich the blood and give wouderful vigor and vitality. Now is the lime to tako it. .Mr W. W. Combs is announced in, this issue of the Cumax'ii candidate for the legislature, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. Mr. Combs has beeajurged to make the race by admiring- - friends who, for the last three months, have been pressing him to make this announcement and enter tho contest. Mr Combs is highly respected, compe tent and will make a good represen- 1 Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick headache, indigestion, bilhousnes3. All druggist, 25c V The V Beautiful Display WW I M fEifl tative. It l A Pecullor Accident. Mr.Seth Tudor is carrying a badly injured arm in a sling as a result of a peculiar accident last Thursday. He was in the act of mounting his horse when the animal wheeled and threw Mr. Tudor's arm egainst his weathers, bruising the elbow so painfully that the young man has had iittle rest since. Forward, 0 Time "In Thy Flight. Yielding to strong solicitations I dockets are large ones. have decided to enter the race ftr IT ilAT SAV3 YOUR LIFE. the office of county attorney for MadA dose or two of Foley's Honey and ison county.subject to the action of the Tar will prevent an attack of pneutnania, Republican nominating convention to grip or severe cold if taken in time. bo held May 8, 1897. Card. To the Republicans of Madison County: A The ciyil term of the Paducah Circuit Thursday. The Court convened m G T M egirs were shipped from GbantE. Lima. '00 eases ofday last week. one Lucy Lee's Mother was surprised Little Call on Mr. Baldwin. the other day at the clock striking so are the most fatal of The following call upon one of the Kidney Disuse 5 all diseases. many times, when she went to see what Foley's Kidney Cure was the matter. Standing in a chair was best citizens of Madison was received at the little turning the hands a late hour. It is a compliment to the a Guaranteed remedy or money refundmay-5-land when asked what she was doing, re- intelligence, the patriotism aud the in- ed. tegrity no less of Mr. Baldwin than of plied with sweetest innocence "I'm Crab Orchard has a newspaper. It is Queen of a Gypsey Band. trying to make it strike 12 so papa will the gentlemen themselves. the Criterion and is published monthly Mr Ben Wilcox, of Estill County, Miss Jennie Davis, aged 19, who come home to dinner." Stanford Jour- Mr. T. E. Baldwin: writes his sister, Mrs. Bud White, is not A number of Democrats solicit you to by Ediniston Bros. disappeared from this county and nal. reported, but is some better. as and anti-tha- t, become a candidate to repiesent Madison This is the day of anti-thiwas thought to have been drowned, Harvey Heirs Aspires. county in the Legislature. Your Debut what people need most nowaProf. Morrison, is delivering a has been discovered living with a The Stanford Journal says of a popular mocracy, your integrity as a business days is, the anti bilious medicine, Sini-mpiurse of lectures at Bethel church, band of Gypsies on the Kentucky old C. U. boy. man, your standing as a citizen, fit you Liver Regulator, the King of Liver Baldwin, thin week on mathematics. river. She is queen of the tribe aud "Hon. Harvey Helm, a good lawyer, to represent this county as it should be. Medicines, and Better than Pills. "I Tbe reunion of the United Con-- f. refuses to return home. a good democrat and a very callable remedy Yours, have used no other derate Veterans will be held at Came lo Richmond For Their Fish. young man, offers for county attorney in Maxy Voters. for six years and know from experience Nashville, Tennessee, June 22, 23 and Says the Stanford Journal: Manager J. this issue, making three who have shied that for ladies of a constipated habit W. Ilayden is going to have both fish their castors into the ring." As Harvey nothing equalB it." Laura V. Craig, Uev. Mr. Hunter, of South Carolina, and pure water. lie went to Richmond has been in the Legislature and knows It Fja; wi'l preach at Silver Creek Chapel at Friday aud secured from President C. S. how hard it is to down the Rads these flower show was a deThe Henderson ii ' i. and at Kingston at 3:30, Sunday Powell, of the Water Co., 300 bass, earg-Jey- days we expect he has counted the cost. Are much in little; always m cided success socially and financially. ready, efficient, satisf ac-Max !Hh. and brim aud put them in the res- Hire's hoping he will win. ae tory; prevent a cold or fever, jf Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Tour Life Away. g ervoir. He will now have to buy a Come, get our prices on all kinds cure all liver llln, nick head- Teacher. ''What is obscurity ?" If you waut to quit tobacco using easily ache. Jaundice, constipation, etc Price 2J cent. and forever, bo made well, stroue, magnetic, gun to keep the fishermen from the of groceries, queensware, in Itich-i.kiiPupil. It is that etc., and The. only Pilli to take with Uood'a Sartaparllla full ot new life aud vigor, tako compare them with the prices of other wonder-worke- r, what don't advertise in the pond. that makes weak men JoeB. Alves, of Henderson, for fifteen the strimg. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. stores on first-clagoods and you will Special Rales via R. N. I. & B. I'l I MAX. or your years Secretary and Treasurer of the Over 100,000 cured. Buy druggist, under guarantee to cure, 50c or To Lexington May 3d to 10th, account find us to be at least 15 to 25 per cent, Woolen Mill, has tendered his resignaT. 11. Ilaeketfc is a candidate for 1.00. Booklet and sample mailed tree. Ad. Spring Ibices, good returning May 11th. cheaper than any grocery house in tion. ( .instable in the Foxtown precinct Sterling ltemedy Co., Chicaeo or New York. D. Chenault & Co. Richmond. To Louisville, May 11th to 25th, acto the action of the Democratapr28-t- f For children who take cold easily and Farmers in Li yon county are preparcount spring meeting New Louisville ic party. are subjuct to the croup, no remedy is so ing for the invasion of the Buffalo gnats. Jockey Club. Fiendish Work. helpful as Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It Ric declamatory and musical con-- i, To Lexington May 10th and 11th, acA v7AP.M FRIEND. A Lancaster special to tne Poatof April should be in every house ready for m at the Court House next Saturday an count State Encampment G. A. R. Foley's Colic Cure is very hot, but 29, sajs: emergency. It when diluted it isa warm friend indeed Mitt by Caldwell High School. To Louisville May 7th to 9th, account A mob at midnight last night destroy10 cents. A pistol tournament to be participated to those buffering from bow el complaints. State Convention Epworth Leagues. ed the loll gate on Buckeye street and in by the members of the Lexington poThe Madison Chapter Sons of Con-- i. It never fails. 2oc and 50c. may-5-lHis House Consumed. burned the house to the ground. The lice force will likely be held early in lerate Veterans, the first camp of Sons gatekeeper's furniture and and all of Several Kentucky towns felt the earthOn Friday night last, at 11 o'clock May. in Kentucky, will attend the big reunion quake shock Monday morning. the residence of Mr. Josiah Bur-dctt- e, his earthly belongings were lost. The aahville, Tenn.. in June. With but little care aud no trouble, located half a mile west gatekeeper spent the night away from The Westfield (hid.) News prints the 1 lie Passenger train on the It. X. I. & of Berea. was entirely con- home and no one wrs present w hen the beard and mustache can be kept a following in regard to an old resident of 1". now leaves for Irvine at ll:oS return-n- i sumed by fire. It was occupied by a the fiendish work was going on. The uniform brown or black color by using that p'ace: "Frank McAvoy, for many leaves Irvine 1:30, arrives Richmond Mr. Hurt and family who escaped in fire was not discovered until the house Buckingham's Dve for the Winkers. It years in the employ of the L., N. A. & The gatekeeper's it '. "a leaves 3:45 arrives at Versailles safety with part of their plunder. was half distroyed. Congressman Settle has introduce a C. Ry. here, says: I have used Chamfamily lost every piece of clothing ex- bill, granting a pension to Mrs. M. Loss $1300 on residence, not insured. II. berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhuca cept what they wore. Morgan, of White Sulphur. The parties who are catching Huff's loss about $500, no insurance. Remedy for ten years or longer- - am never About fifty men on horses composed ti in Madison with nets and seins, Horse Ate up Her Hat. stimulate liver, kidneys and without it in my family. I consider it Cascahets the mob The burning of this house had better keep an eye on the next in my family. I consider it the best remA well known west end ladv who does ilnd dcstro3-iuthe gate makes the pike bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. .nam! jury, and this is no "fish" not live a hundred miles from the Catho- free from Lancaster edy of the kind manufactured. I take y raavl-lto Kentucky river, 10c. -pleasure in recommending it.'" It is a !.r . either. lic Church, got out of a phaeton last week a distance of twenty miles. The house No mystery about it. When the Shake-- specific for all bowel disorders. For sale The heavy rains of Friday caused a to hitch the hoise when the latter mis- and gate w ill be rebuilt. The anarehistb is offored som time ago to give away a Richmond, Ky.' ' tii.l-hat Whitlocks, on the It. N. I. & taking the artificial grass in her hat for left a notice that death and destruction bottlo of their Digestive Cordial to any by W. G. White may-5-ldecreei-tinI. the passenger train from the real article bit off all the iloral would follow if any more toll was collect- one who might call at their New York to Richmond until 4 o'clock Sat- oration's of the lady's Easter bonnet. ed. They aie getting desperate and office, there was a great rush and a great A large class was confirmed by B;shop C Mm;: Threeor four witnesses say even the horse it is believed murder will be the next many people thought they w ere crazy. Dudley, at Henderson, Sunday. in l.i Morning. laughed at the joke when he saw his crime of the scoundrels. Subsequent events proved it to have While on his way to the back woods mistake. Tetter, and Kczcma. Win. Oaks, of Wallaceston, We lne-laStill ahead of them all. They been a very clever advertising transacThe intense itching and smarting inciStreet Sprinkler Needed. f.irmerh of Virginia, fell and stabbed can't touch our low prices on first-cla- ss tion, for although they gave away thous- dent to these diseases is instantly allayed lini!i'!f w ith a dirk knife which he was One of the most needed improvements groceries. Some may attempt ands of bottles, it was in the end profit- by applying Chamberlain's Eye and pocket. to our city at present is a street sprinkit but invaribly fall by the way side. able; nearly every one that took a free Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;ases irrj mg in his breast permanently cured by it. It ler, and it has been suggested by several Dull days are a thing of the past at bottle came back for more and paid for have been efficient for itching piles and I have just received the handsomest I ;. A. Dooloy Sunday accidentally 1T0TI0B. it with pleasure, sa3'ing they had derived is equally of our merchants that we make mention our store. D. Chenault & Co. sore nipples; lot of Surrics, Phmtons and Buggies a favorite remedy for d -- charged a pistol, the better results from its use than from any chapped hands, chilblains, frost bitcn ever brought to this town, for tho apr28-t- f lull taking cfroet in the calf of his of same turough our columns. It is true I will on May 1st sell choice meats at other medicine they had ever used. and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. prices at which I will sell them. l '. 121c. per lb. As the demand for stock The ball has not been located we have water works, and the streets are Mme. Bredelli In Richmond With Two Cf Tliere i3 nothing so uniformly successsprinkled to some extent, but during the Her Louisville Pupils. aii'l h" is suffering considerably. Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are Hard times have brought down is entirely too great to sell same at 10c. ful in the treatment of stomach troubles summer, to sprinkle the streets as they just what a horse needs when in bad prices, and these vehicles have just to make a success. Your patronage is The presence here of Mme. Paulino as the Shaker Digestive Cordial, and condition. Tonic, blood purifier and been bought at very low figures, r.nd It is claimed that LiUcien Boone, should be, would necessitate the conBredelli is hailed with delight by the what is better than all, it relieves at once. vermifuge. They are not food but 1 "will give my customers tho benefit most earnestly solicited. v li.i killed Shad Taylor at Athens stant operation of the hose. Their willapr2S-4Jxo. II. Thokpe. medicine and the best in use to put a a'xiut six weeks ago, is in hiding ingness to jiatronize a sprinkler is host of friends of that gifted and Price 25 of these low prices. popular prima donna. That she is form of Castor Oil is so horse in prime condition. Larol, the new Repairing and painting vehicles ii. ar Clay's Ferry, heavily armed, expressed by many of our leading mersenta per package. Sir Knights, Attention! still the same grand teacher is evi- palatable that children lick the spoon dono in the best manner, very cheap. and will resist any attempt at arrest chants. SS.15 Richmond to Hopkinsville and Elder Lasley is conducting a revival dis- clean. denced by the quality 'of voice It All work guaranteed. Call and nee return via R. N. I. & B., May ISth and the Sheriff. in Danville. at theOpera-Hous- e A Model Agent. played by Miss Cassio Kothchild S. L. Midriff. me. The Webester county whitecappers are 19th, good until May 22d. Miss Florence Burnside won the Mr. J. U. Kennedy, Richmond, Ky., who sang last evening at White's onjtrial at Dixon. The evidenced against THE BEST REMEDY FOR RHEUaprl4-li- n TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL. silver medal at Fairview last Friday is a model agent. He is not only a Opera House during the rendition of them is said to be strong- MATISM. Southern Baptist Convention. in.'lit in the Demorest Contest. Only hustler, but when he sends in subscrip- "Charlie's Aunt" by local talent. R. N. I. & B , most direct line to NashFrom the Fairliaren (iV. 1'.) Register. The Convention meets this year at ville, only S6.S5 for round trip from Business is carried upon Strictly Cash Basis to all alike and A child was cured of croup by a dose those who have won a silver medal tions he tends the daily and weekly on Furthermore, another of her gifted Mr. James Rowland of this village, Wilmington, N. C , May 0th to 14th, snd A or two of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. any this fair and square guarantee goes with every sale. an enter the contest for the gold separate sheets, and when he l emits pupils will be heard at tho Court years his wife it will interest every one concerned to Richmond ; tickets on sale every day. states that for twenty-fiv-e . will take place at Lan-c.i- -t he does the same way, giving the names House on Friday evening at tho Tat- neighbor's child died of the same dread which inayo tf purchase fails to please after yon have it home bring back A know that the Queen & Crescent Ro ite has been a sufferer from rheumatism. Bave-nangh disease, while the father was getting r. May 14th. Fur- tler's Recital when Mrs. Beta of those for whom ho is paying. ago she was in such pain that offers round trip tickets, sold with liberal and your money will be refunded without question or inready to call the doctor. This shows the few nights Wolff, of Louisville, will May yestordny to ther, he apprecales the rush the force tersperse with vocal selections tho necessity of having Ayer's Cherry Pec- she was nearly crazy. She sent Mr limits at half rates for the occasion. 1'iseal Court met argument. iu, and makes his letters 6hort, to the Rowland for the doctor, but he had read in ik. the levy. allow claims and to is The train service of the Queen & Cres readings of Miss Elvira Sydnor toral always at hand. Jacob S. He is a model agent of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and instead cent Route is not excelled anywhere in t.ik. up the turnpike question. The point and p'aiu. d Would Miller. Mme. Bredelli is justly-prouThe Owenslioro "'fans" think they will of going for the physician he went to the the South. Tickets will be sold via composed of Esquires E. C. in every sense of the word. A. n't is of these brilliant singers, and raise sufficient money to hire a good follow his example. store and secured a bottle of it. His either Harrinian Junction or Chatta .in.l . P.. Million, U. S. Coyle, J. H. that all would our music lovers who were charmed local team. Dispatch. wife did not approve of Mr. Rowland's nooga, and are good on limited tra ns Lin. . Levi Metcalfe, D. P. Armer Louisville last evening by Miss Bothchild's revigor are essential for sue purchase at first, but nevertheless appli- without extra charge. a id U. It. Wells. Health and Rckuccd Rales Over the L. & N. R. R. markably sweet mezzo soprano voice yourself strong and ed the Balm thoroughly and in an hour's Solid twins Cincinnati to Harrinian or Reduced rales f to Louisville May will assuredly attend the "Tattler cess Therefore make n ordinance has been passed by time was able to go to sleep. She now Chattanooga. Through Pullman Drawnight and enjoy healthy by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla t Pans City Council raising the auc-t- i 11th to 25th, account spring meeting of Reading" Friday or It applies it whenever bIiu feels an ache re- ing Room Sleepers; close connections (or Mrs. Wolff's matchless soprano solos n.ei's. license from $10 to $23. An Louisville Jockey Glub. a pain and finds that it always gives Cincinnati's Leading Clothiers Wilmington. not to mention Miss Elvira Sydnor Just try a 10iJ. box of (Jascarets, tte lief. He says that no medicine which One fare to Lexington aud return "i nuance was also pissed taxing all Are looked after by the old reliable, who now deals in WearO. L. Mitchell, Division Passenger recitations, readings, etc. Miller's finest liver and bowel regulator ever she had used ever did her as much good. ers, doctors, dentists and veterinary May 9th and 10th, limited to 12th, ing Apparel for males only. Agent, Chattanooga. C. W. Zell, DivisOf Miss Rothchild, Mme. Bredelli made. mayl-l- y - v- - .us $10 per annum. Hucksters li- A. K. Slate Convention. The 25 and 50 cent s:r2S for sale by W. ion Passenger Agent, Cincinnati. says: "She .4s" a truly gifted girl, use Has raised from $2 to $5. may-5-lOne and a third fare to Lexington whose remarkable voice will bo heard W. C. Rikkaksox, The Salt River Store and Milling G. White Richmond, Ky. and return May 3d to lOthlimited until upon the operatic stage." It is needless Company, of Smithville, has gone iuto Gen'I.Pas'r. Agt., Cincinnati ne thousand dollars per day te a. Eight hundred logs were shipped ! apr28 tf to say that Miss Bothchild's perfor- liquidation. jetty st iir price which the people 11th, account races. from Paris to Europe last week. One fare to Louisville and retnrn mance last evening equaled tho lofty for the legislature, says the CeFor Rent. I.i "WEEN STATURE Everybody Says So. ntal Reord, when you consi.ler the May Cth and 7th, limited until 10th, ac- estimate of her great teacher. A nice Dvo room cottage on 7th Street Cascnrets Candv Cathartic, the most won Needs assistance it may behest the ren juahty of the article. If we. had count Convention of Epworth League. discovery of tlio age, p eas-a- good cellar, all necessary y. United Confederate Veterans. der it probably, but one should remem- derful medical and refreshing to tho taste, net gently liftv dollars in hard cash, we would g To The Pen. and positively on kidneys, liver mid bowels, and a largo garden. For further partlc To tlie members of the Kentucky Division ber to U6e even the most perfect remedies IS to 28, 5th Street., not give it for the whole Frankfort system, dispel colds, only when needed. The best and most cleansing tho entire habitual constipation ulars call on or address, United Confederate Veterans : Sheriff J. P. Simmons, accompanied euro headache, fever, a out. Every article we sell is a Bargain and we have a large list of box S. Cohen-- , a buy and Mat by Leslie Cotton, to the pen last Thurs Comrades: As the Commander of simple and gentle remedy is the Syrup of and biliousness. Plcaso Ml cents, try and b'old 10, Si, of C. C. C. Richmond, K y. Respectfully invite their man G them. Here are a few; see the figures for guaranteed goods. apr-1- 4 Ira The first Masonic Grand Lodge was day the following prisoners convicted at this Division it is my duty and privilego of Figs, manufactured by the California guaranteed to euro by all druggists. may-5-lr- a William to call your attention to the approaching Fig Syrup Company. ' lhlishcnl in the State of Kentucky at the recent term of .court: Spring Meeting Lexington Races. Madison County Friends Men's well made All-wo$5.00, SG.00, $7.50 Suits, Cattle flies are botheriug the bovine Lexington in the year 1800. In order Challis, forgery, one yean "William meeting of the United Confederate VetMay The Henderson county negro exhibit along Cumberland river. 1$ fare round trip via t3e Young Men's All-wo- ol $4.50,83.00, $13.00 Suits, to call on them while visitto fittingly celebrated the 100th anniversBrowning, obtaining goods by false pre- erans at Nashville, Tenn., on June 22d at the Tennessee Centennial will be one Queen & Creicent Route from all points $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 Splendid Knee Pants. Suits, "IT IS THE BEST ON EARTH." ary of the order it is proposed to raibed tense, one year, Ernest Ills, grand lar- 23d and 24th, and urge you and all other of the most interesting features of that in the State of Kentucky. The low 25c, 40e, 50c Seperate Knee Pants, ing the City. - ",X) and endow a home for aged, in- ceny, one year; Reuben and Smith Confederate Soldiera in the State to at- big show. That is what Edwards & Parker, mer- rates will be in effect daily during Lae Shoes, .$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 Men's malicious shoot- tend. This promises to bo equally as tern and destitnte Masons in connect- Matherlcy, colored, chants of Plains, Ga-- , say of Cbamberlan's meeting. Ask your agent for full pr- Straw Hats, 25c, 35c. 50c. When fevers and other epidemirs are Pain Balm, for rhenmatism, lame back ticulars. three years interesting and enjoyable as any of these and wounding, ion with the Windows' and Orphans, ing apr2S tf Reliable Goods at Lowest Prices Crush Hats, 50c. Home of Louisville. W. H. Moody, who was given pleasant meetings and I assure you that around, safety lies in fotifying the system deep seated aud muscular pains. Sold by each; For Sale or Trade. Hats, 98c. All seven years for The killing ot Fayette jou will come away feeling that the with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. A person hav- "W. G. White Richmond, Xj two-horwagon, one spring-wagon- , There will be a called meeting of the Powell," was nbttaken, his case having small outlay was well expended, and ing thin and impure blood, is in the most One r may-5-lGUARANTEED. Latest Style Derbies, $1.25, $2.00. one cart, and one mowing iuninae Association of Madison Insti- been appealed! apr21-t- w Fancy Colored Shirts, 48c, 75c, $1.00, hope the various Camp Commanders favorable condition to "catch" whatever The new hotel at Harrodsburg has not machine. Address, tute in the Chapel Saturday afternoon, may be floating in the air. Be will, interest themselves in bringing the disease Balbrigan Undershirts, 25e, 50c. yet been leased. Lyman Pakkish, M.iv stli, at 3 o'clock. Nat Reiss Will Be Here. All members are It meeting prominently before the Confed- wise in time. apr2l-4- w Richmond, Ky. present. succeeded in erates of their county, to the end that Wiikn bilious or costive eat a Cascaret, aniestlv requestedto be Manager Bush has Rev. Ben Helm's meeting at Lancas- candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. Mns. A.lLBuKXAr, the TCat Beiss Co. for this Division will in no way suffer by arranging with HON. C. T. CALDWELL, ter continues to draw large crowds, and onljT President. may5 lyr four performances, beginning on comparison in numbers with any other there have been a nunicer of converMiss MlNEKVA P.inK PlIELrS, as this Division. The railroads promiseunusual Wednesday, 3Iay 6th, and Four-legge- d chickens aio too numerSecretary company has only been seen in large liberality in rates, and Nashille will do sions. of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recomous to mention. this season it is to be hoped all in her power to care for all in a way HAVE YOU SIDNEY TROUBLE? Great Book Free! We take from the Stock Farm of cities A mends Wrights Celery tho citizens will come to the commensurate with her known hosA 50c. trial bottle of Foley's Cure will Agri 2Sth the following. I,is reported that Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. When Capsules. management's assistance in making pitality. It is to be hoped that the prevent serious results from this fatal t Iu; tliere are parties who w ill try to buy Y.. published the first, edition of his this engagement a success. This Commanders will take the matter disease. may-5-ll'i. Hooker from It. P. Fox. As Mr. company is composed of fourgreat work, The People's Common Sense promptly in hand and report without x has intimated that he might be in-iPABKEBSBuna, W. Va., announced players and present a new delay the number who will attend this Three Presidential offices Cloverport MeJical Adviser, he been sold that d to part with Dr. Hooker, it seems teen and - January 20, 1995j after CSO.OOO copies had of comedy dramas. The reunion. Reports can be made direct to Hickman, and Mayfield have become t as that it would be good policy for the repertoire at the regular price, $1.50 per copy' the The "Weight Med. Co., The undersigned has three separate small will be "Dan- these headquarers or to either of the De vacant during this month. Wednesday night (arms which he offers at private sale separately breeders of this county to patronize the bill profit on which would repay him for City." The price of partment Commanders, who will give ..Columbus, Ohio. .P or together. All three are situated at Great h.irse liberally this season as he would gers of a WHAT WE INHERIT the great amount of labor and monov of admission is 25, 35 and 60 cents. the matter prompt attention, the comGentlemen: I have been using most likelv leave the State if sold. We are not to blame for. We cannot expended in producing it, he would dismittee in charge at Nashville will be be held responsiable for the dispositions tribute tho next half million free. As Wright's Celery Capsules since NovemKaggie Igo lo Ga in Training. 1S94, and find them to be a recomnotified and comfortable quarters proWhat does a verdict mean? It is and tendencies which we derive from this number of copies has already been ber, Frank McVey lias the following horses vided at the smallest possible cost. the best judgment from farts presented I first beaan taking thetn now giving away, absolutely free, mended. track, and our ancestrs, nor are we responsible for sold, he is They contain ot Silver ot the subject under consideration. The in training at the Lexington Hoping foryourhearty while at Hot Springs, Aik, under trej.t-me- on the waters 85 and 165 Creek. and are weU complete, inacres, respectively they are all good ones: Lady Eugenia and for a large'attendauce at Nashville, the germs of disease which may roauifest SO0,CO0 copies of this most fori-cinti- c Uotliing-buyin- g Rheumatism, Liver ail watered and well improved farms. There is people of this territory themselves in our blood as a heritage teresting and valuable common sense by Virkiug, dam by fraternally, trouble, Constipation whichjfl no better land in Madison county, most of it' we have the best clothing for less (p), chm, 2:19k medical work ever published the re- Stomach oy I am, from former generations. But we are r - ' en m, money than thev ever saw in tills mar Silvertail; Storness I2h 2:26. long sufferer. I found the being John Boyd, Major General, responsible if we allow these germs to de- cipient only oeing required to mail to had been a Red Buck; Commanding Kentucky Division, Capsules gave me great relief ket. Why we say this Is to let you Pocahontas Sam, dam by r (21) Celery velop into eerias diseases which will im him, at above address, twenty-on- e --RICH BOTTOM LAND.-- Wilkes, dam Lexington, Ky. know that if you want good clothing, bavmarep..3,) by Allie from the beginning and have used the n stamps, to cover coit of mailing our usefulness and destroy our hap one-cepair bay gelding neighborhood ever since. "With pleasure, and men's or boys, or anything in men's Lo'utee :N. 2:20, by Alpine; Hambleton-ianTranbIt Is a fineschools, churches,and accessible by Undoubtedly the cheapest gro- piness. We areresponsilile if we trans only, and the book will be sent post-paito railroads, by Delineator, dam by wear, we will 6ave you money and at f5J I recommend- - them to any at d tnrnpilcewithin a mile ot White's Stationmills, .Kentucky is mit to our descendants the diseases germs It is a veritable medical library, complete Post etc., all Mr. McVey will have a cery house In Central all suffering with like afflictions or eitll r Office, ten miles from Bichmond. the siine time give you a large and va& on 2d St., Rich- which it is possible for us to eradicate b,y in one volume. Contains IOCS pages, of others Within., a few days, D. Chenault Co., of theni. Very truly yours,, ried stock to select from. This may number cash, TEHMS Sale will be made Fox's fast yearling mond, Ky. They handle only stand- the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla. the .one profusely illustrated. The Free Edition firm t P 'O balance to salt, purchaser. For particulars, flW Wt r .. Peem egotistical and you may never be among them B. P. Bell them for less than true blood purifier. This medicine has is precisely the same as that sold at $1.50 j, v Hooker, dam ard goods and address the wiser, but if you will come and Bee, trotter, Maggie Tgo. Dr. charge for power to make rich, redliloodand estab- - jacept oidy that the books are in strong . Sold by T. S. HagRn,.T?afc,' T Boy.jthat created a sansaiiou so aalled chesphouses GeQ.D;, you will join with many ethers hat we by Wilkes m e. a mm "- 1 C9, tuflV 11&11 penect CJsSnauJt; itianilla paper covers insteadof r.clotli- - 60c ents aatlSLOO per" baiTGull tdn w Fintiifctr: rv ueftim in pitwe ot ujaese. i,.tBrfM tl1Awii'jwlef yVflOirJ4c traSjyJ?s,'m i. 'J are doing what we ckim- - Cevliytfoa & Tj. i"4' a li I Bead sow hefbrall wei?m1iw&y.-l- t I ii j A P -- . .. f ' ymk's?mkmf-Ky. store a'idWfri MMMl'W i ' &aa& i; 1 . Mitchell. !--- T r ; r '4 CM r? k! !,o j E . ' ir rti T , - jr. Hi if . r. wL...V.y..' t .. rm - iw iZ J ?OD Jim. HI 'BT 38 ESfidk $;&&. J &&se&&H&iMBBKmiM y imnJUmiS'Jkcm-'-- i 7 'w8nlWBiit four-year-old m ili-as, short for me to see my friends in per- Hoarseness, Difficult Breathing, son and I tako this method of an- ough, Incipient Consumption, nouncing my candidary. I invite the or Hrnnrliiti3. Gives relief in adattention of the people to my record vanced sag s of Consumption, Asthama as county attorney in Estill county or Bronc' .tis. Guaranteed. and if found worthy I solicit your Ten thousand pounds of poultry and Respectfully, I aid. Leb-Hooping-cmay-5.1- The time is too Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, LaGrippe, BUSY BlKK ' in anti-bilio- us jU. Hood's Kp nil 111 gat-tlin- hI ss .lil-jt-e- t j JpPvs i' Call And See Them f And Get Prices. 'f j f; I ffi g de &fc Salt-Rheu- m W lo 01 BHAM & VUlTll fill 1 V jOfe W, Ajgr J& v. i A' f re 1 Popular Store y 11 tfaJ ii! ni.-dal- If it m Fechheimer. Fechheimer. Iglaner. Mfark, El AIND. EOEEST QUALITIES, LAILGE ASSORTMENTS and LOWEST PEICE3 vf m ut out-bnind- in CLOTHING, SHOES Merchant Furnishings, Tailors, PQR iVlen and Boys, i v; ol 0, All-Leath- er Fur $ iii- se 1 TWO - FARMS "4: 'jr. iFOra - m u. SALE a few of our way down These aro prices. Come in and tell us what you think of these way down prices and the guarantee we give you. h m UiI x. 11 WHITE'S -- STATION, We want your opinion of the policy wo have firmly established. Yours For Satisfaction, M nt nt d, v. d. vv.. ' laHr J, 1. ... y i' -- tihJ pylm site IK 'y.. -- ! - TRENG, ,... one-third White, "" jr. m IiSmib. . : "T"'" an. u Tit Httttr, -"- - . J UMHMBftiZY iliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii .1 ' I 1 SMHWI11 The Richmond Climax. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- KENTUCKY rfee NEWS. , JOE BLACKBURN Want! to Succned Wm. Iandsay In 1001 A Blaeborn Jnhtler Fbaskfobt, Ky., April Who Can Measure The influence of the mother 1' It shapes tho course of unborn gen- latest Sewi From All FaxU of tlie Commonwealth. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. I special Jlndison county in the Lower House to tho Post from Monticello, Ky., says: next General Assembly, subof the ject to the action of the Democratic From & wapon driyer who has arrived here news of a terrible disaster on Primary. May 20. White Oak creek, across in Tennessee, several miles from this town, is reCIRCUIT JUDGE. ported. A waterspout struck the farm house is a T.J. Scott officecandidate for re of Circuit Judge of a farmer named liranders, demolelection to the in this (the 25th) Judicial District, ishing the house and killing- the farmsubject to the action of the Demo- er, his wife and one child. Two farm cratic paaty. hands who were sleeping upstairs were so badly mangle! they died in a few hours after the sheet of (Rater commonwealth's attorney. struck the house. No further damage Ben. A. Crutoher directs the an- was done in tho neighborhood so far as as a candi- the teamster nouncement of himself had learned. to the oplce of date for Commonwealth's Attorney m this IN 3. Dr. Elmer Northcutt, of Valley "View, as a candidate to represent "We are authorized to announce A Waterspout Tbe Farmer, Killed. TERRIBLE DISASTER. Wreck a Farm Home A The gold verses silver campaign of 1900, sa .far as the fighting democrats of Ken29. Hit ITlfe and a Child Louisville, Ky., May tucky are concerned, has already begun. It began Wednesday night with a Blackburn jubilee at the local operj house. Blackburn, enthused rathei by the end in defeat ol than tafll-d POVERTY HE DIED. (the 25th) Judicial District, subject action of.vthe Democratic John TYVrts, of Lexington, O ic Worth to the 6230,000, Marled by Friends. party. FOR JUDGE MADISON COUNTY COURT. ty Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. T. I hereby announce myself a candidate for Judge of the Madison CounII. Sullivan. pi m We are authorized to announce Thos. J. Smith as a candidate for County Judge, subject to the action of the Democratic party. As the at farmers are selling their produce the half price, I favor a reduction of m salaries of all county officers, order equalize thinp. Thos. J. Smith. Lexixqtojt, Ky., May .3. John IL Werts, formerly one of the wealthiest clothiers in Lexington, was burieS in the Lexington cemetery. His friends made up a purse of S'O, which paid for h.s coffin and grave, and Undertaker TV. B. Mil ward contributed his services free. There were no funeral ceremonies, no sorvices of song or pra3er at the grave; not even a mourning relative or a sorrowing friend, and not a tear v as shed. Thus was laid to rest tho body of a man who, 40 years ago, was the leading clothier of central Kentucky, with branch houses in New York and Chicago, and with a working capital of over 250,000. UNDER ARREST. Three More Alleged Tolleate Raider Placed It. hind liars. Hahbodsbuho, Ky., May 3. John Carrier, John Yeast and a man named Woods were lodged in jail here Sun- FOR JAILER. m James C. Lackey is a candidate for Jailer of Madison count v, subject to tlie action of the Democratic party. T Fish is a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce P. 1$. Broaddus as candidate for Jailer of "Madison county, subject to the action of.the.Democratic party. "We are" authorized to announce for Jailer of Jesse Conn a candidate to the action Madison county, subject .i. i.fi-wr.rfiti- n;irtv. "We arc authorized to announce Mr. "V. C. Gormley a candidate for county, subject Jailer of MadisonDemocratic party. to the action of the OR SUIT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. day by Deputy Sheriff James and Detective Kimball, of Chicago. They are charged with being tollgate raiders and with shooting Gatekeeper Atkinson. They are well to do farmers, and all but Yeast have families. Carter, who was placed in jail batur-da- y on the same charge, spends most of his time in weeping. It is said many more arrests will follow Monday. The raiders are strong in numbers and Jailer Chatham has made arrangements to prevent a rescue should one bo attempted. FAYETTE'S PIKES. Probably That the V.ar Will See All To'I t didate for Superintendent struction for Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. J. W. Wagers is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madion county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce for Bev. "Wm. ('now a candidate subCountv School Superintendent, ject to" the action of the Democratic party. is a Mrs. John WilliamsonPubliccanIn- 'n 1,500 Turnpike Co. Nlcholasrille per mile for the sis miles of pike owned by that company in this county. The company has stood 2,000 per mile, but out for tho fiscal court has already freed so many roads that the earning capacity of the Nicholasville pike has been materially lessened, and it is believe 1 the company will accept the court's terms this week. It is believed that every mile of turnpike in this county mil FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. be made frea uit.iin the next 13 months. S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, is The Horses W re liroiTited. candidate for Clerk of the Madison a Circuit Court, subject to the action Danville, Ky., May 8. lerrificra ns during the past 43 hours have l of the Democratic party. all streams in this section, and live stock and fences have been wasucd FOR COUNTY CLERK. away. Saturday night William tcott authorized to announce attempted to ford a spring branch We are a candidate to sucJohn F. White Clerk of Madron with a a team and wagon. ceed himself as Doth horses were washed nway and County Court, subject to the action drowned. Scott's wife jumped and of the Democratic party. landed in shallow water safely. Scott We are authorized to announce was carried some distance by the flood a candidate before he could land. The heavy Dr. H. K. MiddlktoN for Countv Clerk of Madison, subject wagon was carried away and dashed to the action of the Democratic party. to pieces a mile below. floo-intwo-hors- Gates Legally Ki moved. Lexisgtox, Ky., May 3. Tha fiscal court of Fayette county has offered the FOR SHERIFF. After Tblttes. NicnOLASviLLE, a candidate James C Miller for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. AVe are authorized to announce John W. Moorks as a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to tlie action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce A. J. Broaddus a candidate for County Assessor, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce T. C. Curry a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wm. C Kiccjeustakk is a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to action of the Democratic party. i FOR CORONER. tive IL A. Welch, of tins city, has just been notified that burglars effected an entrance to the hardware store of Thos. Barr, of Wilmore, Ky., a small town five miles south, stealing a gold ASSESSOR. FOR COUNTY watch worth S150 and several other elch has We are authorized to announce articles of less value. Mr. Thos. Jones, of Million, u candidate left in pursuit of the thieves, who went toward" Danville. It is believed for Assessor of Madison county, sub ject to the action ol tlie JJemocraue that the robbery was committed by party. tramps, who have been camping in that vicinity. Waterspout In Graves Connty. Padccaii, Ky., May 3. Tho heaviest rain for years is reported to have fallen H. II. Colyer is a candidate for Sheriff of Madion county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Ky., May S Detec- in the purchasa counties. In the hard money sections of Graves county a waterspout didgreat damage. Champ creek was higher than ever known. Fences were swept away and much damage was done in the bottoms to farm lands, which had been prepared for crops for the ensuing season Glanders lilll Approird. ley approved two bills, leaving several pending on the governor's table. They were the "glanders" bill, introduced by Representative Swiuford, of Harrison, and the bill providing for labeling 'convict coaL" The latter was introduced by Eeprasentative White, of Hardin. George Gnves' Three Wives. Newpoet, Ky., May 3. George F Graves, who is charged with bigamy, was given a preliminary hearing Sat urday morning in 'Squire Singleton's court. Three women claiming to be the wives of the prisoner were on hand to testify against him. Kentucky Doctors to .Meet. Owexsboiio, Ky., May 3 The 42d annual meeting of the Kentucky Stati Medical society will be held in the circuit court room in Owensbo-- o Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, May 5, J and 7, the daily sessions beginning al 10 o'clock a. m. French Gitl.n; K ,ady. Fbankfort, Ky., May 3. Gov. Brad- We are authorized to announce U. Dozier a candidate for Coroner, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. O. FOR M GISTARTE. We are authorized to announce J. It. Henry a candidate for Magistrate of Kirksville Precinct, subject to the action of the Democratic party, on the free turnpike ticket. FOR CITY ATTORNEY. .? iw We are authorized to announce for the office of City Attorney. of Richmond, Ky., subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce J, Taluot Jackson as a candidate for City Attorney, of Richmond, Ky., subject to the action of the Democratic party. Green Clay a candidate Toulox, April 2J. Orders have been for further detachments o! infantry, French artillery and marines, to be ready to leave for CreUi at a moment's notice. issuud CURE ltoaf-Faili- ng Mem ox7Impotenc7. Bleepleaan, etc- - cnseri by Aboee or other Excoues sod Indir crstiooft, Z7ey tfuickiy and turrty restore jjost liautr old or joanc &no fit a man for etodj, tmsineu or marriage. rremii xnnanicr ana umnuuDuon n tiutfin in time. Their ae thows immediate improve ment and effect ciumi where all other I ail In-e- it They apon berime the genuine Ajax Tablet liBTecnred thonma&d and will core yoo, Weeive apo-itir- o n written guarantee to effect a cure CO PTC each case or ref nnd the money Price wU Ulwi per pacace; or six pkc (fall treatment) for $2JKL By mail, in plain wrapner. npon rncnipt of price Pircnlar ME A MAN MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY AJAX Xtrnvuj z7tyr A I 1 When we read of a mother who leaves her new-bor-n babe shivering on a I II II 3is'a5-sa- mj - 'I v from the ele- ... A HQES& " suffcr at the aJ MTtTin mcrCT f strau-- 1 Y if MyWiW Kers' we won" lUKl'-lV1 L. iJlwf'heart and lack of R mother-love. Iree AJAX REMEDY CO., Ky., Herndon. For sale in Richmond, '"?:by Haan faU3-l- y - LL- & f The Cycle ICYCLE Lebanon . Manufactured. I sertion, of exposing a child to a life of The motherwho, through ignorance or neglect of the health and vigor of the organs that make motherhood possible, brings into the world a sick and puny child is at fault for the life of suffering to which it is condemned. If a woman would have healthy, robust, happy children, with bright futures, she must take proper care of her suf-ferin- ' ""' There are other wavs. than de Handsomest '97 l?rice, A Corrugated Tubing, S.00. 1 directly and only on the delicate and important organs that bear the burdens of maternity. It mates them strong and healthy. It prepares for wifehood and motherhood. Taken during the expectant period it banishes the usual discomforts and make3 baby's coming easy and almost painless. It insures a roDust, nealtny newcomer ana ample, natural nourishment. Over 00.000 women have testified to its merits over their signatures. All good druggists sell it. Mrs. XTrsula Dunham, of SisterrviHe. Tyler Co.. VT. Va writes: " My baby now is nearly a year old. She was born last March. After she was born I had local weakness. I could not stand up long enough to wash the dishes. In September I began taking Dr. Pierce'a Favorite Prescription. I took three bottles and it has cured me. I can now do all my work." The best of all medicines for women fa Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It rets womanly self. 1- -4 in. Dr iJ? nil Reservoir Hubs. l.s for a Catalogue. Every Wheel 'Warranted, yj? .Deal Direct With Us, Manufactured by r " CH & SON, LhilAtiOK, PA. rX- to a very great extent be a thing of the parr. Ifit was painful, the proper remedy would be promptly resorted to. and the long train of disorders for ti ic'i it is responsible would cease to exist. But co'.s'cmI wi is the easiest to neg-- 1 ir fcrtvjisi conditions. A resort to' x.;l.cl.utv-l.reciii!itcthe rfcM miqedy is pnlofTfroni daytod&y. It shows iuelf in a headache, and some iniuri-on- s headache 'powder that gives but temporary relief is used. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets go to the .first cause of the trouble' and cure prompt and permanent cure it. They are a They cause no pain and for constipation. . never gripe. Druggists w- cell thcarraad sell nothing sL'AiIATC U ','Jiut m sed. yllVl-O-e lc IkM 1 ? Pierce's SiSSfSfflsr Salyer, the oldest women in Eastern Kentucky or Southwestern Virginia, died at Kasbie, a hamlet in Wise counf!" FBANKronr, Ky , April 17 The senate had ty, Va., east of here, in the 101st year (If Unsouni Mint. up the reienie bill, but did not rea:h a vote of her age. Aunt Mary was well Lexington. Ky., April 29. Mary AnIt. Senator Brormoj sen- derson, the wife of a Fayette county one substitute povidln? advocated 4 tho cents known and had often said that she if K Jacks" "Pair tobacco raiser, was We inesday ad- till chancel by luir, lnsu-- d of toe bouse was a waitress at the white Fillmore's judged of unsound mind. She attempt- bill, which axes rate nt 5." cea's for house during President term of office, and personally knew Brand's, th reoRrades. We can pavejiu mch2l-11ed to murder her two little children three years and 47ti cent a'tor ttiat. Senators Marti i aad other spoke oppoion to with a shovel. Mr. Bascom Sharp and the substitute. Tee house b.Uinof C3.0.-- for Adams, Polk, Grant, Garfield, Davis, money. Send us a tiial order; you will W. 1J. Harrison, Jefferson and Mony be iatl itli onr prodint- Miss Ella Bell, a couple from Sharps-birproridtnz id lltlocal sewera?(3al Central pleased to hear from country merLikeUnd, was put upon its p ssatre. but roe. She came to Wiso county from uere married here Wednesday toll into the orders of the diy br failure Halifax county, Va., 13 years ago. She chants. nfiernoo.n, Rev. C A. Thomas officiatofaqaorum Sen itor brornloa moved j call has two sons in Washington City, 12 in ing. Ross, White of tho senate, which wen ordered, and writs Virginia, three in Kentucky and four of arrett were made out against Senators Madden S'nbl Conilnc: to Lexington. 4- 9Riciimond. Ky. bo-She has ovct Mairi EUlston nnd other absentees, but were in Ohio, making 21 Lexington. Ky . Arril 29. John E. 175 "00 grandchildren, State Finle; Madden wired from Memphis Wednes- not served Secrewry Inof committee ot the (Opposite Glyndon.) DR. PEFFER'S the senate and more than half the numday afternoon that his Hindoo colt, whole prior to the Joint session. Hs spoke QYSL-TfiUS- Y grandchildren. ber of great-gre- a SKILLS Country Produce Bought and Howlanl, now at Louisville, would In opposition to the resolution lntroducsd Senator Uronston directing the auditor SEWDiprovFnr. KEi'iiruis. stake here. b pay stnrt in the Kldera Hum a T.tlliioate. A new, reilal:e and afe rclMt I of at ths Madden will ship his stable now rac- to tS,033 tne secretary and xtatoinstitute rato Lancaster, K ., April SO. The Sold, nigliest Cash Jlarket srnt or painful ot per ajinum su t to nen'turationowusolbj O7r&U,000 ing at Memphis to Lexington on Sta- to recover back all over that amount paid on the Buckeye pike, within the IbiIica. lnTloratesthee ortrns. f!e Trice Vaid. wnre of ZaiiECSt39 tlaltt)tim. Naoiq to him heretofcra Mr. Finley showed by c y limits, wss burned and tho folll rday. psrer. S3 per box. small box tl. bent adrclslonof the court of appsaU that be Is lowing notice left: "We voted for free railed In pWln wrapper. Send 4c in Pnllun Judges Fen Limited. Ftamps for partlccKr. RoM Ir In, the state corporenn think Frankfort, Ky., April 29. In tho alio el 11,0X1 an manozer of he was therefore pikes, and we are going to have them. drccl.oradlre- - I'FHU'.MH)'. Wanted-- An ation department, and tnat of some simple Idea Who uraieni CALA&aOCiATlt', CM tm, Jf ano her hoube is rebuilt the stocktwos house Wednesday morning RepresentJI00) per annum. properly paid at tho rate of t iiiaj CX), jvm rmirei jour lurv; Sold by Ivicliuiond Dru-- Co. and V Wrltr JOHN WkUDERDURN & i'iiuj Patent"oiwt.- t ative Catron's bill limiting the fees of The resolution was made a special order for holders and officers of the road may AttorTuesday. The bill legalizing borrowing ot exp ct to be held responsible and their the police judges' and magistrates' money by G. White. and list of tMO Landrod lurentlous wanie.1. the asylums was passed with an property destroyed. We will hive free courts to S2 instead of 4 for holding amendment malting the loans payable back pikes in spite of h ." About 10C examining courts in, criminal cases, out cf tbe asylum p:r capltx House Tho house killed the bill dlsquall-fytn- z armed men on horseback constituted was passed by a vote of 01 to 4. convicts from testifying in criminal tho mob. The keeper of the gate was Store Hur;lr'E-icases. Mr Steele, ot Woodford, introduced a Farmer, Ky., April 29. Clayton's resolution providing for afternoon sessions ot away from home. general store was broken into Tuesday the house oxcept on Mondays and Saturdays, I have just opened on First Street, in the To Decorate Mis Collin' Grave. night and S203 worth of clothing, it lies over Caperton Building, a Nicholas villk, Ky., April 30. A shoes and cutlery taken. Tho burFOUR DROWNED tribute was adopted at Thursday glars secured the tools with which Ky., Ilelnu Swept night's meeting of the Jesstm n : Libthey pried open the doors of the storo Keir Parks Mills, Whileby Iff Jtl.llnir. eral club in honor o! the late Mis May bit Over the Falls at Alley's blacksmith shop. Louisville, Ky.. April 27. A special L. Collins, of Midway, Ky., who reto the Evening' Post from Cumberland cently succumbed to the effect of Court of Appeals Cleric And wil1 keep n h;ind the Frankfort, Ky., April 29. The re- Falls, Ky., says: News was brought jjas in a Boston hotel while out on a best (iualit of Fresh and lecturing tour. The club wdl attend 5 publican state central committee has here from Park Mills, ten miles dis' bjen called by Chairman Barnett to tant in the mountains, of the drown- the celebration in honor of Mis-- CoDried Meats, at reasonable ,3?:t-''r'i meet here next Wednesday for the ing o four young1 people who were llins birthday anniversary May 1, when TVs r ialfcwtj 1.. -. prices. her grave in Lexington will be decor-Uapurpose of calling a convention to out skiff riding. f X.ZWVMatt McKee and John Davis and nominate a candidate for clerk of the Misses Maggie and Minty Shepherd eats delivered promptly. court of appeals. Thrre Children llur.iml to Denth. are the names of thos.! who are reLouisville, Ky., April 3"). A special To Stop Destruction of Tollgates. Your Patronage solicited. Owingsville, Ky., April 29. Tho ported to have lot their lives. They to the limes from Middlcsboro, Ky., board of county magistrates met here ventured too near the mill dam and says: News coaies from Hancock counWednesday and appropriated 500, to the swift current swept them over the ty, Tenn., that Mary, Lula and John Hatfield were burned to death in a be at the disposition of the county falU in spite of tli3 almost superhujudge in stopping the destruction of man efforts of tha youn? men who mountain cabin about five miles from m were rowing It is said that the bodSncedville. 'lheir mother, who is a tollgates by mobs. ies were recovered in a few hours after widow, had gone to a neighbor's s Marrlel at ths Agn of 13. pf i 1 house locking the children up in the Hopkinsvili.e, Ky., April 29. R. J. the accident. house. Savad Iir Her boo. Xannie, aged 20 years, and Miss Katie Hopkivsvillk, Ky., April 2". Mrs Lexlngto Police Sue. Wilcox, ajged 13 years, were married Lkxington, Ky., Apnl 30. The city Wednesday afternoon at the residence Nannie Gray, widow of Josiah Gray, S ADVANCE. of Charles Pendlcy, near White Plains. attempted to commit suicide at her of Lexington was 'lhursdaj- - afternoon Monday, by made d; endant in a suit brought by home, near this city, Stock Fair at Lancaster. throwing into a pond of shalFarrell oa behalf of Lancaster, Ky., April 29. A stock low water.herself was rescued by one Messrs. Wehb andof She some 25 members the Lexington poabout one mile from of her son, almost strangled to fair will be hold th"s citv on Julv 1G and 17. About There is little hope of her recovery. lice force to test the right of the city to reduce the salary of policemen dur3,000 worth of premiums will be given. She is 60 old. ing their term of office from S7o to S50 Kentucky's Apple Crop. per month. CM d Drink Cnrbollc Acid. Sergent, Ky., April 29. There are WisciiESTEK, Ky., April 27. At McCracken County' Heads Free. prospects for the largest apple crop in Wahlsbursr, the child of Paducah, Ky., April 3). Tho Mcthe history of eastern Kentucky, George Wahl, a prominent farmer, Cracken county fiscal court Thursday though lato frosts are feared. cl mbe I opon a chair aad got hold of a morning purchase I all the gravel bottle of carbolic acid on the bureau. roads in the county at a cost of S 13,0 JO, Fatal Flcht With ICbb-rinterfere the Albany. Ga., April 20. Three clerks Before the mother could the drug and and they are now free. The city of drank a quantity of I'aducah donated its stock in the roadr. and the Negro porter, William Grass, child die. in consideration of the use of the close the general will were preparing to Tinnier to Succeed Canfleld. of the roads inside the city limits. store of F. F. Putney, at llardaway, Fraxkfokt, Ky., April 27. C I.Can-fielWednesday nicjht, when an unknown of Louisville, who was removed by Neir 830 000 Culleze. Negro walked in and began to trade Paintsville, Ky., May L Evangeltha sinking fund commissioners as with Duncan Forrester, one of the be ist E. C. linsley, of ths Christian clerks. Then another man, with a clerk of Eddyville penitentiary, will John c lurch, who has baen holding propistol in each hand, stepped in the succeeded by tracted meetings throughout Eastern door and called out: "Hands np!" He M. Tinsley. of Parbourville. Kentucky for the past few months, "Wealthy Kentucky 'Farmer Dead. nnd the other Negro covered the clerks. Paiiis, Ky., April 27. James Patter- has selcctel Paintsville as a suitable Grass was the only one uncovered. He A S20.000 build a drew a pistol and began to fire. The son, one of the wealthiest farmers in place to will soon college. be erected. The Kentucky died near Paris Lu lding robbers then directed their fire at the Central citizens havo donated a beautiful brave porter. In the melee the clerks Monday. Ho was 84 years old, and tract of land just back of the town for escaped. Later Grass was found dead owned 2,000 acres of Bourbon and Hara site. It will be a branch college, the rison land. near the door. The robbers escaped. amo as the one at Hazel Green in Held to Answer for Murder. Wolfe cjunty. Naval Officers' Iteceptlon. LnxtNGTOX, Ky., April 27. At his exNew Yoick, April 29. The closing amining trial ia the police court MonIlrd a. Lu in tlr. exercises of the Grant monument cere- day morning. Bud Harris was held to LrxiNGTON, Ky , May 1. Without a monies took place Wednesday night in answer to the Fayette circuit court for known relative, friendless and pennithe form of a recaption in the Waldorf the kill'ng of Henry Mack on Saturday less, there died among the gibbering hotel to the naval officers of the for- night inmates of the Eastern" Kentucky Ineign war vessels and those of the sane asylum Friday morning a man Xgr KUlid by a Train. Nearly 1,500 invitaUnited States. Bowlixo Green, Ky., April 27. An o ho a decade a?o possessed more than mi.h31-ertions had been issued, and the spacious unknown Negro was run over and 5i50,030. lie was John II. Worts, aged chambers, salons and corridors of the killed by a train at- Smith's Grove, this 84. He came to Lexington from New hotel were thronged early with men county. York in 1842. lie lost his money by and women in handsome toilets. Both unlucky investments and became a Ac"d Wouiau's Fatal Fall. ball rooms were thrown open to the Danville, Ky., April 27. Mrs. Mar- charge on the county, finally becoming guests at the reception. BOc. and tha Stuck, well known, aged 00, died insane. nr hnrv R fop 5 Japanese Pile Uintaient, 25 and Mondav morning from the effects of si rtt-Bob" JUker Cu?ht. " &uc. pr dox. Japanese Liter Killed Da;htr, then Suicide. fall. Lexington, Ky., May 1. Revenue Pellets. 50 Dills. ZSe. NkwYokk, April 27. IsiJoro Weber WIU euro all klndjnf Pile. VThy nfTerwlth thl terrlblo.lliea.e? TV. clvo Agent J. W. Colyer, Deputy Collector To FuroliaSB Asphalt Mines. written ......., .., daughter Josie, raunn innmnnru lint rurnl. tallrtt io utrad. shot his of Internal Revenue John A. Burton Crc6 qii receipt ofprlce.uu.Mi Bowling Grket, Ky., April 2a Tuo Japanese I'llo Cure Cumpanr, bu laul, Minn. killing her, and then killed Monday, and United States Deputy Marshal A. Several Pennsylvania capitalists himself with the same weapon, falling negotiating with the owners of are A. Brandenberg passed through here v.U. Wliite, iJrujrKRSt, Richmoiul, y. Sr tho dead beside his child. Weber was a. Logan county asphalt mines, near Friday with a noted moonshiner in hard drinker. He came from Tennesiu Logau county, with a view their custody. He was the famous see, ana six years ago married Lena "Red Rob" Raker, who has conducted cca to purchase. Huebner in Baltimore. He used his an illicit still for many years in Owswife ""ill and she was obliged to turn ley county. He was caught in the act THE MARKETS. him out of doors. Monday he returnot making whisky. ed and finding J.sie about to i.tart for Mav L Cincinnxtl school, offered to accompany her there, II Id for Shnotln- - Her Uusbinrf. spring Flour Spring ner grandmother consented. As they family, 83.40&2.7U: fancy, $18124.00:t3.3334.73: Greenup, Ky., May L Mrs. Nancy spring patent, left the house Weber drew his pistol wlnttr patent. (4.6324.8V fancy. l4C0a4.s5; Royal was tried Friday for shooting and committed the murder and suicide. family, ta45t73. extra. Jt 0333.23: lovr trade, ' and wounding her John Roytia&!75. rye. Northwestern, Ji32 53. do al, jr., last week, and was held in tho city. J.4J ia In Murder. An Old Fend e of for Converted Into a Modern Palace red at OIQQ.'u. Atlanta, Ga., April 27. A special Wheat Na 2No 2 nominaltrack. 8Kc: Na sura July term ofher appearance befdro Has recently white, tbe circuit court Tho to the Journnl from Donaldson says: 2 mixed, track. JOKo mixed ear, trjck, S75ii tha and Entrance aro Marble and Tiling of the Finest Quality. nails trial ha 1 been postponed twice be 'ore West Oliver went into Martin Rathiel's sample white, track. 2SH& on accjunt of the husband refusing to jnville Monday Oats No. i mlxep. nominal. 2IHc. field near Donalds Hogs Select mpming armed with a Winchester rifla good packer), t&butchers', J3 3544 03: fjlr to prosecute, but he was "brought in Fri- 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors 90(2,493. good Llr - - - 0K IiKiMJllOM!,, l'AKtiOKS AM) UPl'KIS HALLS. - - and shot the latter to death. The men ;35O340i, common aad roughs, to 3003.73.light, j day on an attachment. both white and near neighbors. were Senator Oeboo Itinquntted. Cattle Fair to gocd shiopers', MMQl.73! choice butchers', Ihe killing is the result of an old feud. good tobutchers', $3 1)31 tiOtfiltO. fair to me- - Princeton, Ky . May 1. Hon. W. 0ff.ce s and Olnin Ro m Beactiful. D c rted to, common, !i73& dlum and Brii- J. Dcboe, upon his arrival here, was Very III. 3S. Justin McCrthr delegation er: Extras, f ICOa met at the train by a largo Shew ami liantly Lighted.. London, April 27. Rt. Hon. Justin good to coramoa i& McCarthy, member of parliament for 4 73: J2.7iJ3.7ichoice, Sli)J 0,4.53.to cholcu, S5.U) of republicans, accompanied by a I, mbs: Good fair. "brass band, and escorted him to the the north division of Longford, and tQ; common to fair. Its Equipmouts throughoutlaro without a Superior in the South, rate of Vj:al Calves Fair to good light t733 Bank Hotel, where a banquet was tenformerly tho leader of tho Irish na-- 1 dered him. liis room was tastefully . . . Charges Considered is critically ill and his &.&0: extras, $3.73; common and large, tionalist party, and sppropriaVly decorated with picfamily havo been summoned to his Wool Unwashed, fino merino, 10&IJc par ture!, and flowers. bedside. lb; quarter-bloo- d clothing. I3Uc; lasdlum delaine and clothing, liSltc: braid. 12313c: j Smnlll D strfiypdhy Tlrr. THtTCisx Dismissed. medium combln?. H315& Washed, has Paducah, Ky., May L During a Pbetobia, Transvaal Republic, April 13o: medium, clothing, Have Been Expe tided in This Recent Improvement. , heavy downpour of rain tho big saw27. The case against Lieut. Eloff, the delaine fleece; !5&1&: long combing, IGSITc: mill plant owned by Frank Riglcs-bergPresident Kruger, whe qusrter-blos- d grandson of and low, 13llo: commoa burned at 3:3J Friday morning. choice, 19c was charged with slandering the queeu coarse. l:13cr Chicago. ILiv l ' The huge lumber yards were saved England, has been dismissed on the .of WnEAT May. I ground that tho evidence was con September. G3;,'c71Jc; Junc,7.Kc July. TUJJst from destruction by rain, but tho W Scott Jr., Uu>r.,; largo buildings were totally destroyed. flicting. Jwly, 2;c: September. Cokh May, S3S Loss 20,000, partly insured. 26a May. 16,'c: July, 17Sjc; Private It ink. Becelvxr Oats Sopttrobsr, k Chicago, April 27. Charles S. Boyd A Schooner Capsizes. ' was Monday appointed receiver for the 18iS.18Ko. PirrsDnnoir, Miiy 1. j DR. Pobt "Washington, "Wis., May 1. CATTLB Prime, $3.033.10. good, J.53ai 8); private banking firm of Sehaar, Kocb & Co., 2003 South Hafcted street. The tidy butchers, H.M&1.5): fair, U0Ji4); In the height of ths galo on Lake seeeV A t Bai good heifers, S504 (WJKOTION.Ii assets are said to be 875,000 and the bulls, stags' oatl cows, 10: oxen, fUOagLCO; Michigan Thursday night, a capsized Cares is I to 4 (Is rn Tmmii r tti 0333. 73. schooner was sighted several miles out dlste la eSect; qntek t Irani. liabilities near the same amount. Bogs Usst mediums and prima Yorlters, il yi.uuiit A poeHtre prervMlre'CMt fej&TMlleal , Rlv&Ti mltah3ii maA iW in Ihe lake off this port. Some of the KI994.1S; common to fair Yorkers, ttCOJ 4.C esuTtm b Tew poekt,iEi Root nd always k fur nr.HaM'sB-CottoTheodore. 'A Havemcyer, vice president heavy bogs. JlOJfii t lOr plgs.&vOL0e; roaghal crew could be seen, making signals of 1 UfMtJne . renaymyaiL 'entl Bill.. Olker'MTer PleMteoaeeeMHiekece. HH4 of. Jther American Sugar Refining K.sotai. ,; tall.awt sever distress. The sea waa running so high itreM a re SHinvCbofee aheep, WS9J4.49, good, $(. Co. dleoT at' an early hour .Monday tugs were .nimble toveatHre out, that j 4.3C; fair. H394M10. common, V - Til iworniaz at his home in New York choice yerUB(!,.'t.:,eojoBI4.6flf4.94 , s ill, Z ,' tosmI luw Bd it b fewed that Wlaeo4L ,f- -l " Si " DnU.lUehnstilK. .liTV.'-jaseime aowa T?ith alios bouti. ''v- - "i. ,7 T v &Nut-rood his wonderful 18 months' fight against the republicans, lie wants to succeed Senator Wni Lindsay, the gold democrat, whose successor must bo elected by tho assembly of January, 1030, and whose term expires March 4, IDOL Half ot the state senators who will b Allays elected this next fall will serve in that JL nervous election of 1033. ness, In his speech Wednesday nighl the Blackburn said this was but the beHeadache", ginning of the fight for financial reform by the rcstorition of silver; that . .Cramps the silver cause was boun I to triumph and Hau-sein the end. He eulogized the friendi in the legislature who havo made sa so prelong and so gallant n fight for him, pares the as and referred to the goll democrats political nondescripts ani caricatures system that Child-Eiri- li is made on humanity, playing their role of as- easy and the time of recovery sassins stabbing frien Is in the back, shortened many say "stronger ne concluded by predicting that Kentucky would go democratic in Novem- after than before confinement." It insures safety to life of both ber. mother and child. All who have of extrigton. Kp!cnpt Dlncse Lexington; Ky., April 20. Articles used "Motfeer's Friend" say they incorporating th-- Eoiscopal Diocese ol will never be without it again. Lexi igton were filed with ths county Ho other remedy robs confinec crk Wednesday. The trustees an i incorporators are D. W. Lindsay, of ment of its pain. Frankfort; F. A. Rothier and A G. "A customer whose Wfe usod 'Mother's Friend, Simrall. of Covington; F. H. Dudley, 8js that if fhe had to ko through tho crdoal bottles to bo of Winchester, and John T. Shelby, oi acsin, and thcro teero but four per bottln, he Lexington. Ilish p Burton is made oMMned, and the cowas $100.00 GEO.tA.YTON,D&yton,0hio. would havo them." president of the trustees. Sent hr Mll. on ctrH". f i.oo PER HOTTLC Rok. S tlr AM cie.l F'inlly. TO EXPFCTANT MOTHERS" nnil'd fre conUmlEC 1'akis, Ky., April 29. Tho remains valuable InfonxuUon a&d rolanuty testimonials. of Wm. Soars, aged 0.5. and his j THC DRADFIELD REGULATOR CO..ATLANTA.GA. SOLO BT ALL DRUUCGISTS. were burie Wednesday in the Paris cemetiry. Both died the samj ' night the father of fever and the son of consumption. The mother of the LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. family is also at the point of death. No Vote Keahert lu tho Semite on the Five dea'.hs have occurred in the famRevenue lilll Afternoon Setsiois In tbc ily in less than a year. lions-- . erations 2oe3 sounding through all coming age3 and. enters the confines of Eternity. f "ETith crhat care, therefore, should the Expectant Mother be guarded, and hour great the effort be to Brard off danger and make her life happy. FBAKSroItr. Ky., April 30. SENATE The scnato pissed the bill enlarstn; the powers ot the school boirdi in fourth-clatorns and authorUIa? them to sell school property, etc, previously within the Jurisdiction of the town council. House Tfco home passed the bill special judges and common-"wealt- h ss deduct-iniclhipiy- of THE LEGISUATU'RE, Will Frankfort Lose the Capitol's One ol the K anlta of the Recent Cabal? mwm HE 451! w mm'wmwm p 1 &s&fo'&S&& iuu a.ii l mz&g&h PATS THE TVfothes Friend" t(sIiPl!fcp re-lieir- e3 attorneys f the regular except hs affidavits are filed showing good cause for the failure ot the latter to act. Mr. Jlsbblns offered a joint lesolutloa looking to fclne die adjournment Mar 3. Mr. Biles' bill counties to vole addl ional taxis in aid of common reboots as passed. Representative i pad, of Is u srill , lntroduled a bill In the ar hu.R- proposing a constttution-i- l ixneadment submltt'rjj to the people th? quoitioa of removing the state capital. Tbero n good deal of bitterness against Frankfort on account of tfce perecutlo-- t of Dr Hunter b. the Franklin county cracd Jury while the toinlree for serattr. The state cupltol is almost deserted .olloulr.g tte finish of tbe senatorial comet t o-- a cflU-eri- j, lo-d- FREIGHT. . . . YOU PAY FOR THE . . DRINKS. $ g O '' I' "' 'I WW' MflMU'W 7' ' m "Granny" Metcalfe. tT f NO 8 SECOND STREET. l iione.No. s. K'C'Wn KY, !f 0 & & Crow's Tail, mra--- , "! ?K ttWIWWWWWWIIIWIW "X aim 87 Te&n W. xv nied abovi all f lb eotijt; ftuil Itfux fnidle that hT been V4 darl&f ? my life ; o 1 Utt th bBefll ef the tu tierfa 1 1 will that 1 htm never anj recivdj rq34l u Dt Bu. MMIT, IC Ue quick md jrmamoi r Pikb T W"" well fttlirf Itef lu gflj tw P It our inniw an ui tira, axi wnui nes o w ibqi iw Hit. U. A. MrrciLn.no Soaih Oh St., P:4acati. Kj. TOUR OF INSPECTION. Capt. 2otI GiIimm Appointed to Iteorgan-Iz- n tha 8:te SlllltU. Fuankfout, Ky., April 80. Capt. Uocl Gaines, of tho McCrcary guards, n4 a, si!illPP "S', and eta 3aron Bell (Two-year-o- ld 2i3E OR. BELL'S PRtD trial.) I has been ordered to appear before Adj. Gen. Collier, who give him instructions to start out about May 1 and make a tour of inspection of tho jiine militia companies in this end of the state. Many of them are disorganto be the best organized in eastern Kentucky, so Capt. Gaines was i elected for this important duty. He ized and in very bad shape gener The McCreary guards were found se-Ti- ir J If $? M T7 T. LOOK X Hongy j ShUB IlARONBELLisa I Under the Enamel I 9lv SsttVs. Ar fJJ TS. d Q SvVjf1 -xSi- -ss , V' 5. ' i lasoM by all rtragglsts or sent npon receipt J w bij- - . will go with the full authority to court martial any officers and privates who may appear to havo been negligent. The companies to be reorganized are at the following places: Lexington, inchester, Harrodsburg, Flemings-hurg- , Falmouth, Carlisle and Barbour-villc- . "t rcrt mmunummiO 27-- 26 S. M a Ai business men t represent us J"Ub, MONARCH , o 63-soc-- - sta'lion, 15', hands cvC r- old-to- n 1 lias LIVED A CENTURY. gon Llvlnc. and Was a 'Wxltrrs at tho Whit Home. Wright, Ky., April 30. Aunt Mary Twrnty-on- e n, ra-.- o high, foaled in 1SJI. Sired by Baron Wilkes by Belnion; .2:18; 1st dam Crescent 2:25 2nd dam by Norman, sire ot Lulu 2:15, and sire ot the dam of N'orval 2:114. Better breeding can not be found in the Stud t d Book. His sire. Baron Wilkes 2:18. is con to be the best by the trotting horse Our factory on Laurel Street in Richmond is now runninp, and ne arc stallion living, having b."cn sold recently for prepared to fill orders for twist of the 2o,000( the largest price jaid for any horse since boom times, and hii dam was Ciocent, with a race record of 2:25',, to high wheel ! 5 2:1S',, by Belmont, sira of I sulky, "Pride ol Richmond j Earlmont 2:0U'H, an! a ho.--t of other Lut per formers. n m 0..J BARON BELL has had very litt e training, Y,A aU U. 11. U 4!'U and should cisdy tiot in 2:2ithis year. Will stand at 10.00 to insure a mare with o! foal. CYCLE CO., i . t C, V Chicas-- New York OPPLY THE TRADE ed-e- prl4-l- y u n Labt week th-- ) 1 e merely called vm.r to our line f r- stt-n-.tio- B. M. N5ALE g, aiy-lur- a, lijie-ciall- g J.H.NEFF&C0. Stit, m TIiom lnnri-I-i - mirn JsoVt'ittl's. Jt uo!p's "small. t-- 4 Dc-bo- e. Ixautifiil iin!uny ilaj- tin Iji!..-an- r.iii ;ure toiup it the .u. to tlie I it d - . s. great-grandchildr- -- two-year-o- ld toll-hou- sz orMip-nres- l. hh-- 1 I.irj.. to t'll tho LriUp- tiiat ar ail tlie rajic Every one ran lime a rh k or at lenit a check -- uit. or at leat a kirt. r. t h. tor al raiifiet, in price f.om olH; a yard to $ a -- mt 1 ne popularity of the fccotch htoiy, -- The Bmim r. ," Pt N has sriveii us thce iieauti.'ul Srtrti-,1 , Checks, and "Driimloehty" Fluid is tl. tfest.. liiif. Ilipro uro ('fiv.rt5. Kraitmwxi m.al Ttn- anidiiir the Novolttes. and an inerexsiair demand colore; so the female population ueetl nrt le J?M unuorin. Ciowlss ImJ)i receive our chsst i lilark vSj weaves, best blacks. itrenadine at ."irte pwtter.t:i - beautiful Wool rani. in HIack Mi thatEtamiiie Cloth or or catchand Xavj will mat: dirt." ill not miis tlse Crj " e tllrn Iro1'1 !,1 uepartinent ti tho IkF jffi-- t ln-r- tv JL:M-- r r . I'U-h- i:st h : r '1 U l fAAfld tw4 V9',iSl?i'i,(l3!!l'i i ! l , mffitb WfeSsl'iKfi .. v s.-;SiS- Lincni with batin strides, Ijnen Lawns, &c . makiaff an full mm Trimmings to suit every one of them, and Lace. Embroulenes a present ami future wants Th is tlw pcnwl en 'ch staples ml it and take advantage of it 1 he (j.oL we iar ry sst stcadazd, I Jew bpnng Hosiery anu Lntlerwear. WA&n Crfl 1k ,. . T iiwljz .VVmnA ktt f.171 .klvm arT .1 k A,b: & . t .1 iu R i BOTCHER SHOP Wj l. V-- COTTONS ANH HEETIKGS. iVjr.TCL 5 , " - tti I I r n M, - i. ?- A . I1 - t!! - liWyi' Eo Luxon, Jr. Vmo h2-tf S&irleifeN M rV-- ri White & Cole, ea m Mi Gibson, .bscrlbe THE. 25 N lL L Searles zr Sow! AGENTSSZ D. II. BALDWIN & CO.'S Ml! A STRAIGHT two-year-o- ld High Grade Pianos and Organs; New Home and other high grade MILL. DISPATCH. DSIOCRATIC NE'ASP;FE.J . . s. por-lion- s J, For the Free C'oiruig For the Chicago Plitf..; Also, cheap machines, from For the Democratic X " $15 np. All lands of sev. For the Interest of th. i ing machine supplies. All the Latest TV -- SswingMachines. i . - s. Repairing a Specialty. mr'l-li- v News. All the Latest State l "fcsflakr 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. the Latest Market Correct Market -i K.-k! IJ t -- . Correct Court Reptts. Reliable Xews Reprt-- . . nonest Editorial P-Tas Weekly LoahvHIeone year for & aad T a TRADE MARKS. DES1CH3, COPYR1CHTS tc. Anyone sending a f ketch and description may quickly ascertain, free, whether an Inyention is probably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. Oldest acency for Fecurinir patents In America. We hare a Washington office. ratenta taken through Munn Co. recelra special notice In tbe H ' IiegnUtr Price Wtekly ' ($1.00) and Clint" 1 i SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, four-year-o- ld WPILE ... HE riiMM 1 beautifully Illustrated, lanrest circulation of anyscentllo Journal, weekly, terms tlCO a year: ILjOsix months. Specimen copies and ILocd iloOK OS I'atxsts sent free. Addrcis ;ULLS I SALE. They are good color W. T. Dnerson. of Kirksille. ha ' Shorthorn bulLs for saW, and red f -- CiURE MUNN &. CO., 361 Ilroaclnrn), New York. 2E-- 27 ad well bred n WE ARE AGENTS FOR Uus-sellvill- e, WILLARD HOTEL, lt-a- 't i S-- 03 Cons-Sal- es: J I LAwus-She- S1003-17V- . JiO-l- 4 I er d, $10,000RKTES $2&'$2.50 PER DRY llif, fOVEE PATCP jl n a 1414 AND Now vgxg itnmkesn. difference DArVflF 'UU$ k A whether 3011 fr - RUST'S conos roossk e ek D HlTRUTXLniLLrilll-ij m m m lea, t- pigeon T! I "" mm m ricle a wheel or not, come ami examine what we have and you will see something which will interest yon. it" ; 11 -.i .- "" Pi it?-- -. ' X - J '' I byW-.0,Wli- il R. & R. S, CROW. - i -