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KENTUCKY, MAR- WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1897. NUMBER 49. i v u u.sh to caution all users of Simmons l,fa! it iT on a subject of the deepest EARNING. iliir hws. rs The sole proprietors TOBUXO WAHEIIOUSE. a i. rs of Simmons Liver Eegulator pujiils-bhtiul- d arc often deceived by Sales on our market for the week Just ii some medicine of a 1 . a iJ taking closed amount to 2027 hhds. with re ipe.iNnce or taste, believing it to ceipts for the same period 1336 hhds 1.31 'in Liver Regulator. We warn Sales on our in ii kpt since January 1st, ha' unlcxs ihe word .Regulator is on amount to 71 bl.1 hhds Sales of the crop , bottle, that it is not Simmons S ! I ALL fP T of IS' Mi i our market to this date t.rvuutor. No one else makes, or ? 25 SO DRUGGISTS Simmons Liver Regulator, or i s ni ui amount l 05,21)5 hhds. ,0 ,e snjea - tof are tiie H-Laxa .ARSflTJiTKI.Y fiITI"i1"TPI7i .-nt' cilW Simmons Liver Regulator, UvUi.,ll.uU :irf l!PTr srrin car irrintvltnt ru mrt natural rpsnltfl- - Sm-i J We have had anotherweek of light ic me ami mmfcici iree. An. pouumi :trjir in en., nintro. I3nin-u. sivan..or.cn- lors, H Zeihnfc Co, and no medicine made 11 c i ts and sales and prices have been it me e sa is the same , We alone can a .ti i and strong for all grades of hurley t jp and we cannot be responsible, if t -- lac ci in good condition. The quabtv iieilic nes represented as the same do vou as you are led to expect they of the offerings continue poor. What Absolutely Pure Be ir this fact u ell in mind, if you have w little good tobacco that has been ofTeret n i (.lie habit of using a medicine which Celebrated for its Rreat leaven.njir this week has sold higher than at anj strength and henlthfulness. Assures i uwd to be Simmons Liver Regnla- tune s.nce tjie market opened for new the food against alum and all forms leciuse the name was somewhat like SEE THEM! of adulteration common to the cheap .fiRI"A4Pt hurley. Colory trash when in good conbrands, koval bakimo powder co., o 1 the package did not have the word NEW YORK. EXAMINE THEM! dition brought ou side quotations. Com t j ator on it, you have been imposed ! and have not been taking Simmons inon soits in soft order brought about the PURCHASE THEM! "W held in the church proper and when they , vw Regulator at all. The Regulator has Mine prices as "were current last week. w irablv known for many years, and had been concluded, the ladies, about 75 But few old hurlc-vhave been offered a wbo ue it know how necessary it is for B in number, w ere. invited to the chapel to When sweet they brought full prices; and Ague Bilious Fever, Constipa- partake of refreshments, which were ele- whenolTin fkvor, about as they have - Headache Dyjpepsia, and all disorders i gantly served as follows-- Course 1, salads been for some time. from a Difceated Liver. j.r dressed with lettuce, olives, beaten bis- Trash (dark or damaged)$ 1 50 to 2 CO Woasktou to look for yourselves, and which cuit; 2d, cream and maccarnncs, angel's Common colory trash !. Lat bimmons Liver Regulator, Red Z 2 50 to 4 50 c an readily distmguish by the food ami a variety of white cake; 3d, keith nrtn. Medium to good col trash 4 50 to 0 50 gleamed , nipper and by our name, is the only Wednesday aLthe Presbvlerian church, mint Avafeis; 4th, coflee and black cake. Common lugs not co.ory 2 50 to 4 50 called Simmons Liver Regulator. On the western hilltop, was out of line; Mrs. Foster's address was so brief, Common colory lugs stirrot.ndcd by a whole town of inter 5 00 to 7 00 If. ZKILIN S. CO. In the moaning music of uiud and pine, J. pointed ami well evpre-se- d that we give Medium to good col lugs 7 50 to 0 50 And e'en in the sonir of the happieM ibted and sine ere wellwishers, Mr. W. II Drummond has said Common to medium leaf 5 50 to 8 50 Keilh and Miss Cora Brd sjnike those it in full: bml, Simmons Liver Regulator. ever solemn vows which made them man that the greatest thing in the world is Medium to good leaf 9 00 to 14 00 Weie chilling ditcords that Gottlieb love. We know that faiih turns to sight Good to fine and wife 13 00 to 1(5 00 leaf heard. PROFESSION AL. CARDS. But lovi Select wrappery leaf Designed by God, joined by Iheclmrch and hope to glad fruition. 1G 00 to 10 75 And, saddest of II, it transformed hi and laws of man, and united one to the .abides forever Now while all our heart? The above quotations are not applicaMIL KKII tiOLlir.X. AtWn mind, other by the bonds cf love, they staiV respond to the music of these old church ble to green and frosted crops: lie was harsh in b judgment of nil foith upon their journey of life, hand in bells (Sweet Bells) one day there'll be r mk,rapher axd mankind. hand, and heait to heart, leaving the sound that aill cause every soul to swell ItED-T- he To truth and duty each day more blind. TYPEWRITER past'and with perfect faith in the future v'ith rapture. It will be the signals that SOLO IN x 4h I5""" following quotations fairly lepre-se- - Kentucky. Till he bruke the glass's in his sudden and in cull other, enter the Holy state proclaim the coming of our common Iord, 1. IIMdMi, B5 sa & our market for hurley tobacco 189G ire. RICHW10JM0. of Wedlock, amid the happiest and jnost when with one universal shout we 6hall adjoining A .11 Durnatn't. $S ' v- - S5all go up to meet him. The sins of the crop: But vi&iou no longer would change at joy fill surroundings. Trash (green or mixed $ 1.00 to 1.50 desire; At 5:30 the carriages, drew up before times arc He is comingsooii,aiid will not 2 00 to 4 00 The inngie lens he had worn too long-E- ach the church, and as the bridal party was tarry. May we all 1m waiting and ready Trash (sound) 4 00 to 0 00 line was deflected, each angle ushered in by C. D. Smith and W. T. to bring forth the royal diadem and Common lugs Telephone Your "Cousin," 2 03 to 3 50 .Medium lugs R. IV. MILUBR. w rong. Ii,! Coker, there pealed forth the opening crown hiin Lord of all," 5 00 to 7 00 The ladies are high in praise of Mr. AV. Good lugs And dissonant still was the lark's glad notes of Mendelssohn's ATTOrNEY-AT-LABROADDUS, 7 00 to 9 00 II. Higginsaiid his wonderful ice cream Common leaf (short) song. Kentucky. Ruhvond, w eliding march. 5.00 to S 00 Common leaf Hunley's Old Stand. Forming quickly, the groom upou the freezer. He froze the ices for them and A: 'i in the Burnam Building, next door to Is the story a true one? I cannot saj; S 00 to 13.00 Medium leaf Ieb3-lj- r National Bank. No. 26. arm of his brother Mr J. E. Keith and did it so nicely and so quickly that every Goodlcjf I only know, should you come our way. 13 00 to 1GO0 EJi-x B EEES " Jyijv attended by Miss Kite M. Cohen, of body was both surprised and delighted. Fine and selections In streets or markt t, iouM surely find 1G 00 to 19.75 C. P. BUBNA.M. WEAK RSEH WIADE YlSBROUi proWeldon, and Mr J. W. Ragsdalc, Legioiid of men iho are deaf ami blind C. S. MOBEKLKT. HITS THE BULL'S EYE. ftJRNAM MOBERt-ETo the light and beauty and love and ceeded to the left under a handsome arch rS"! -C- OLOPvY-The of ever greens and roses inscribed with joy ATTOBSm following quotations fairly repWhat is the fundamental principle a the initial K, while the bride and her Of unselfish live. And there's-manUK IIMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. maid of honor, MissEUen B rd, attended that underlies t hut money question? Il resent our market for hurley tobacco b vr, S'"0AY. 1"0AY. z;jin. iirim ie- iiiFirEinBarnim Building, recently occu And I'm loath to confess, but I fear by Mi-- s Julia Itagsdale and Mr. Duncan' is that the value of a dollir depends up- 1890 crop:' 0 rs A H. Bumam. .vi-- f nECEED.s t!:au3ftfD n: Tra-ssimiMcKenaic, passed to right under a on the number of dollars. (Applause.) (green or mixed) $ 2 75 to 3.23 i nut j i.ii & H3,eiar..i- some lassies, It nr.tM nmrprfnllr and. auif klr. Circa vticil 3 00 to 4.25 thers fill. Yourirf men lar arch inscribed with 11. Marching; thus You can change the value of a dol- Trash (sound) . lost Unconsciously looking through Gott!ieb's AtntoIn'cltM.Y-oen recover youthful vi-4 25 to 7.45 inlcvd to Cure J"TTon-nc- 3 . they soon gained the altar, now com lar by changing the number of dollars. Common lugs glasses. I.it- Itiil" t Kljrlit:yImls-on-pletely hidden by an immense mass of You tan make dollars clear by miking Medium lugs 4.75 to GOO Failing Mcio . "p .islirLT U Ither r antl all tfnls t tel) atni.t or txcttttt U W , A TTOllN E ' 0.00 to 7.00 !. For The Climax. flowers where Rev. E. C. Bailey stood them scarce; you can make them cheap Goodlug3 Wrnls oil tntanliy T!l it lctdrapp't lmncoaworiblc"SBufcstlwiuo i lou rwamo 1 yicUs n grratrr prrflt. lnJ-- t G 00 to 7.00 - - KENTUCKY. waiting to toinmeuce lie oft repeated by making them plentiful. When Common leaf (short) I.H .IMOXI), you -POST MORTEM REFLECTIONS. ivl M:i:VIGOR, or e plim 'i.r ns Wl-iite- . ceremony As the final words of the ever j on control the volume of mone Common leaf : 7 00 to 9.00 I'renald vr ip Can bo carried la Talor"h UnnHv ire store, oj-over I O r".1. wiai " 9 00 to 11.00 kt. 1 per bcr. or for Curd or Jrtin.l l service were spoken there stole forth the you control the value of money. From Medium leaf ., ( oiirt House, un Main Street. At Walter AZBFii's I.:ves Stable ii. Onarant rltten PamphlPllrce Sold br druesls j. A I hoped to be pardoned for beginning sweet voice of Mis D. It. Coker in her Bryan's New York speech. iney. e AH kinds of harness, cheaper 11.00 to 13 00 pr:iF.F.it iinanxix. ass'a, iuicuko. Good leaf than can bo bought any where in l'.iehmoiul this column today with a poem which superb rendering of Watson's "Oh, V. 11 15.50 to 19.75 HOGG, Fine and selections Sold by Ilichmond Drug Co. and V. 0. Oive us a trial anil be convinced. Satisfaction cxpnses a sad liuth. It is but a new 1'roniise me," at the conclusion of which GEN'L SIMON SURRENDER BUCKNER. fcb21-t- f gnarantcd. ATTORNEY AT LAW. expression of a very old sentiment, and the joyful strains of the ''Bridal chorus" "Pen jab seem" such a ladylike novelist." White. Kentucky. one which cannot be impressed upon the mm.i), im'I Lohengrin while the now radiant wife Hon. Simon B. Buckncr, late candidate 1 "Ladylike Why he never w rote an TO CURE A COLD IN 0E DY. world too often. BED WETTING CURED and happy husband proceeding under for the 0 13 Fir-- t St.. upstairs. on the scare- proper line in his life." O'li.vXo Take Laiitive Bromo Qjlninc Tablets. All OH SO PAY. Jlrts. n. JL ROWAN, Milwaukee, Tis n wearisome world this world of ours, the aich which typified their union Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure. Wis. mch3-l- y crow ticket, has been visiting different With Its tangleh small and gieat. . I:XTC LILLY, their carriage anil the whole party prisons in which he served during the County Democratic Commit- 23c. For sale by W. G. White, Druggist, rach3-rKy. smother the springing returned to the hoie of the bride. Its weeds that UKII. W. UILEY war of the rcbellionr The Buckncr war A TTORXEY--A T LA W, tee Meeting. llowcrs, The brideshow n resplendent in a w bite record eutitles the owner ot it to be And its hapless strife1? with fate; Kentucky. rn iimom), duchess saliu dre-- s trimmed with satin Of Slielbyville, Ky , I'ecommends And the darkest ilny of its desolate daje ribbons, made en traine, with the bridal known as the Grand Old Surrenderor. At a. meeting of tho "democratic Wrij-ht'- s Celerv Capsulo. New York Journal. See the help that conies too late. of Madison county, County Commilte nil. V W. corner MUm and Second veil gathered with the Marechal Niel Shelbvville, Ky , Mav 2U, '90. Tc up stairs, "Will nraclii-i- in :ill Wright Medical Co., Col., O Aid woe for th" word that is never said. roses and a bouquet of buds in her SUMMER SCHEDULE, SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 't being an adjourned meeting of ii (Tent's nirt- - of AlJili-o- ti .unl :i.lj mini;: have purclm-e- d a huc of said Committee, held on tho 5th day hand. The 111 lids wore white gloves. Ti'lThe ear - too deaf to hear. ) i iin- -i and Court of Aiih,i1 (IN KUMUv-KWright's Celery ('apsules from (J IS". of April, 1897, and a quorum of said And woe for the lack to the fainting head The very simplicity of attire showing .Miiiitelton. (truibt, and used them ftr Ihe Southern Railway will change Schedule lo effect FfI. 13. 1S07. Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constithe extremes! taste. The groom and his schedule May 2nd,"" after "which time Committee being present, upon moOf the ringing -- bout of cheei; c .t n m pation and fouml that they cave me imNu a attendants were attired in black cutaway trains will leave Louisville 7,45 a. in.; tion the following resolutions were Ml. I Ah! woe for the hggnrd feet that tread rATHuUM - m a mediate relief every time. 1 think it nn unanimously adopted: ? ATTORXEYS AT LAW, '" Jv. Uui vilio .... coats, light trousers, white ties and gloves 4,20 p. in.; 7,35 p. m.; ariive Lexington In the mournful wake of the bier. 9 IMr S 'pm i hiii excellent remedv. Ar. ShclliYVilln lp Realizing that the Democratic iO OiUio Kevtucky cilSirn v.iBuii and patent leather shoes. The church 1050 a. in ; 7.25 p. in.; 10,10 p m. Leave Ar.L.rrencr.i: 'illMIMI, What booteth help when the heart is Yours very truly, KU3.nr. ftSltm IQ.li.p31 Versiil was most beautifully decorated, and the lajxiiigtou for Louisvill at 5,05 a. m.; party will most faithfully promote Ar. Lex natTi .. 10 '"m T itopn. 0J?2 Ar numb? Geo. W. Rilcv. 9 nnd protect the interests of the peoN n o N i li windows being ttark and the chandeliers 7,50 a. ui. ; 5,10 p. in. j!2j on Second street, over Clien-- j ia- - n if ii What booteth a broken spar ple of Kentucky, and that Demo- Lv i Him aO. .in be remema dazzle of light, it will ever These trains run daily and carry Free SlOarr 5.1 pu Ar. Vorsilllei Of love thrown out when the lips are K.'0in t.35imii Vatn bered as a mo6t impressive occassion. Observation Chair Cars or Sleeping Cars- - cratic supremacy antl control in Ar.L.Vrenceb-HOY TO HND OUT. .iipm ClWara 8 dumb, CLAY, 7 Supra . -- Oum The happy couple left through showers l'orcopyof the new schedule apply to local affairs is absolutely essential to Ar. Sholbyville lua-uAr. Loulsvllla diifieth far. And life's 'ark of rice and congratulations on the 7:20 any ticket agent of the Soulern ltailvvay. the people's welfare, it is the duty of A W. .1 TTORXE Y--A Obserw-tlo- n Oh ! far and fast from the alien past, all Democrats, in the interest of good Trains Nos 1, 1. 1 nnd 8 carry Frco (.hair Cari. Fill n bottle or common water glass train. They will visit Old Point, WashWm. H. Tayloe. Over the moaning bar? Kentucky. government, regardless of differences hiii,tl, ington, New York and Niagara Falls. Genl. Pass. Agt. Asst. iti'li urine and let stand twnty-foti- r ESTD3tD of opinion upon questions of National A. pitiful thing the gift today They were the recipients of many Louisville, Ky No. II o .t hours; a sediment or settling indicates a STAllONS. No. K So It policy, to unite in the selection of a5p-- 7 am Lt Louisvll Art 7 aApm m6iain 13 illf(tion solifitod. That is dross awl nothing woith handsome presents, among them being a iJirncbru good men for county officers, thereby 6 i:p-- lUUDam Ar HaroiHbg Ar -l- 3'pm 7 35am diseased conditiou of the kidneje. Though if it had come but jcslerdav, vcrv fine berry set from Zeta chapter of vr 4 Ar CORRESPONDENCE. l.lbj m When urine stains linen it is positive insuring to Madison county an eff- 7 12pm il 01 m Vr Uureln L.vl 7 SpTl physicians. of Richmond It had brimmed with 6weet the earth the Sigma Nu Fraternity, WESTBOUND icient an economical administration lASTBlChD hand, A fadii g rose in a death-col- d evidence of kidney trouble. Too fre Ky. No. iduNo a rArioNH No. tso t.7 in local affairs. POUTWOOB. Tli.it perished in want and death. Mr. Keith is a very prominent and -.113.11m boim qnent desire to urinate or pain m the ai-c7 t3aui Lr Louisvli Ar DR. II. II. GIBSON, 6. itm 2. It is ordered that a Democratic S J(pm 9 lam Ar Sneltivll Ari J I7iml Miss Martha Benton is very low at ( l'l-rof popular young man. He U a partner in Who fain w unlit help in this world back, i3 also convincing proof that the Ar Verstlcs Ar aoiml primary election bo hold at the va- G Mpm Ar Mldwiy Ar 7 tuml the business of John McSwcen &- Co , this writing. 70lpt nil YJiciA x a xd sunn eon, our, rious voting precincts in Madison 7 30p-- n lilipm ArOeorat"! I.v 7 iaml 3.00iim kidneys and bladder are ont of order. and has two essentials to make a happy Kentucky. Kkhmiind John Robinson, our best teacher, w ill county on the i29tli day of May, 1897, SA3CDUUND Wl.eie sorrowful steps must fall, WES'BOCND . "WHAT TO DO . waning powers, home, a biifiiiciency of this world's goods start for Beattyville, Ky., in a few dajs. to select Democratic candidates for N'o. ItXoi. IN'O 0 ItNo STATIO-CSBring help in lime tothe a sunnv disposition, and 7.t.aml .t Uuul.vu Ar tio m 7 3tm Ere the bier is 6piead with the pall, There is comfort in the knowledge "tfice in the Joe l elms building, iS and 30 Sec 0. K. Noalem, of Winston, was in our County Judge, County Attorney, lOQ'-ii5.40pm Lv Vert cs Ar 7i5am MOpm Miss Byrd is both a charming and 27- hi street, oirer Wnue .Id drusstore. l lnjirn Xor send reserves when the Hags are II i5am 7 3Jpm Ar Nlchlvlll Ar 6 "Sam 3 Upm so often, expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's tow n laet week. County Clerk, Sheriff, Circuit Clerk. handsome young woman, and never faill05mn B..Jpm VrRichmo'd Lv COiam 30pm Swarap-Koo- t, the great kidney remedy fttrlid, G. V. Turpin, of l'ed House, was vis Assesor, Superintendent of Public I iQpml.... . Ar Irvine l AS. HOOKER, carry oil" high honors in all the soed to I'll beyond recall. 3. tulfills every with in relieing pain m . And the dead No. I No s STATIOS-rand relatives of l'ortwood. Schools, Jailor, Surveyor, Represencial events of the season. I ETERIXARY SURGEOX, 7 Uam niiuiim the back, kidneys, liver, bladder ami Lv LouUtllle. For bafllmg must in this weaiy wori 1, 10i-iiin 40im congratulated on havA. S. Ilis.e and Mr. 1?. Hubbard tative in the Legislature, and Coro Ar Lexiaeton.. Mr. Mr. Keith is of the urinary passes. It Graduate Ontario Veterinary Collrye. . Upm 7 M.im every part With iLs tangles small and great, relumed home from a fishing expedition ner respectively, and the polls shall Ar Knoxville... ing won eucIi a help mate. tJam isspm corrects inability to hold urine and ... Asneville. be open from 7 a. m.'till4 p. m. at Ar bavnnnan ... Its lonesome nights and its weiry days, ' t iftim and repoit good success. Ar 9 0 mm sca'.dingjpain in parsing it, or bad effects etenniry Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. each voting place in Madison county Ar HOW STANFORD LADIES C0MBINETHE And its struggles forlorn "with fate, The farmers are mighty behind plant- on the aforesaid day and for the pur- Ar Ciiaitmooga ...... e jp Mairs over New York Store, corner 5 Mpm 7 Wim following use of liquor, wine or beer, M GOOD THINGS OF THIS WORLD. 46- loim Is that bitterest grief, too deep for teais and :0 treets. Richmond Ar ing corn. and oveicomes that.unpleasaut necessity I loam pose aforesaid. Ar Maron comeiToo late. Of the help that 9 Oiim Oats is looking w ell. of being compelled lo get up many time to defray the expenses of Ar Chittatioo-- a 3. That MAHGARET E. SAXGSTER. . C. ulupm The Ladies' Aiil Society of the ChrisM. I)) Lr The mild lOOJpm I ojrjm durinu the night to urinate. conducting said primary election, Ar Uirmtngnara .... . Medicine and Surgery. a 3 lam 9 4 ja and the extraordinary effect of Swamp- one of our exchanges recently we tian church in order to promote sisterly KIkYGS STATION. "In Ar Mer.dlnn. . & 30am nKiim the candidates who propose to sub- Ar New Orleans Ofliee Collins Building, MainStreet. came across an article which set us to love and charity and incieaso the social fpstill County mit their names to bo voted for, No carries Tree Chair car Louisville to Root is soon realized. It stands the highT. lephone ht residence (the Onrr place) on enjoyment, invited the aid societies of thinking. It was an account of a man Farmers have commenced planting shall, on or before the 8th day of Lexington there connecting with holld Veitl-b- u est for its wonderful cures of the most llroxdwa) . e Train carrying Pullman bleepinir Car to just died, to whom the writer the other churches to meet with them at corn at this place. -Kentucky who-haBi iimond, May, 1897, pay to the Chairman of this JacUsonvllle via Cnattanooga. also to New Or- distressing case?. If ou need a medicine had been deeply indebted for a great their church Friday afternoon, sajs our you should have the bebt, Sold by drugMrs. J. H. Turpin and daughter of Committee the following sums: Each leans. kindness. It was a real offering, full of esteemed contemporary, the Stanford l'ortwood, Madison county, visited Mrs. DR. O. A. KENNEDY, Vo. 3 carries Pallman Sleeper Loutsvllla to gists, price fifty cents nnd one dollar. candidato for every county ofllce Lexington to JaclcionvlllB tender tributes teeming with touches of Journal. A delightful little 'prgram J.T. Turpin at this place last Thursday. except that of Coroner the sum of Chattanooga, alio and I'uUtnan Lion For a sample bottle and pamphlet, both vta Hot PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON, preparU-J- , w niciunciuueu a song Sleeper Lexington to Ne-- r Orleans with warm x- - had been pxatitule and sent free by mail, mention tho Cum $50, and each candidate for the office Kentucky, pressionsofappreciajlonand loe. We by the society, Bible reading by the Itic iimond, Mrs. C.T. Grinstead is quite sick at tDaity Except Sunday. address to and send your full post-ofli- ie writing. Her many friends wish of Coroner the sum of $10. A. WniDos.P 4T A.. S.T-- Swirr.P &Tiw. wondered if the object of this beautiful I president, Mrs. T. J Foster, prayer by this Lextni?ion. Ky. Dr. Kimer & Co., Binghanipton, K. Y. Ky 4. That said primary election Louisville. OfEce in Smith Building, No 204 Mam Street, np speedy recoving. M. (.utr.T. L tribute had ever received such a flower, Mrs. M.C. Saufley, a duet by Mesdames her a Hairs Office hours 11 to 1 ani 4 to 5 o'clock. "be conducted by officers to.be W. HGnEEN Gen Sup. J. VVashln-to- n. n C I 1110 propretor of this paper guarantee Wablni;too. D a L. 15. Cook andJ W. Hayden, words of The many friends of Mrs. Fanny shall of affection in his lifetime andlf his a TiT.OEA.GPA. J the t enuineness of this offer. W.A.TURKGP.A..WU hereafter named by this Committee. Louisville. Kj- Wasnlnjlon, D a heart bad ever been cheered by words of1 welcome by Mrs. Hayden, a paper on Nolaud will be sorry to learn that she is DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, 5. That the Chairman and Secresociety work by Mrs. C. A. Cox. quite low- - at the home of her son, J. It. general Kentccvy kiudnesssuch as he had sjwken to souls hereby Richmond. solo "by Mrs. Cook, Reminiscence J of Nolaud. near Winston She is a. noble tary of this Committee are distressed" remarks an cicliangc. iimmu2&s3tim:ai!m&&'&,-!dus Rcid and Christian and kiud mother. She will be appointed a committee to provide remem- - Society work by Mrs. Forest Will whatdistinctne-esdowr-Telephone at office and residence. These exercises were missed greatly in this neighborhood. She the ballots and make all arrangengiiiR by all. ber the kindlv deeds of the dead and s ments for holding snid election. is about 92 years old. w- - EVAXS, M. D., 6. It is ordered that all legally G. Capt. S. T. Itock, ofiHichmond, was up qualified voters who consider them-selve- b tI ii last week and spent two days on his Democrats, and who will sup- which will farm setting out fruit trees, b PinSlCIAX AND SonGEON, porf the nominees, of this primary add to his already largo orchard which election, and all young men now & Kb rlruaJZt- "5 - - - Kknti'Cky, Richmond, he Las on his .farm. Come again, Cap twenty-on- o years, i jiil iniHj:tance to tLeir heallh jor i -- r-- howwelovoto ponder over the sweet interview we held with them. Is it not strange that scenes do The following poem U reprinted from not moe us. to a more earnest appreciathe New York Independent by rtquest tion of our friends' coo J qualities while of u fiieml of the Caldwell High School. they are still alive? lluw much more, The read it, atid upon sensible and comforting for us to express at tiii otlice the contributor's our loudness and admiration while they can hear them and smile back their joy uniue will bejilven. and loc to usat the knowledge of onr A WONDEUFU. PAin or OL.VSS1A. devotion, rather than waitjintil they nre Gottlieb Schinitz, bb the 'iermans say, liientil some glasses one Miinmer day gone and then express our feel insrs faintly1 Ota wondrous pattern, unknown before; in flowers to wither on their graes? A They were aih to bight, ab m dab of few words of encouragement and comfort from waim heart to the living are oie. woith more than a world of roses But the straiiRest, and jou'll own it ever so tenderly upon the graves of the wiiS queer, Enabled ttieu on ner lo think and to hear. dead. WM. H. KEITH IS MARRIED. To think and to hear and to sct; but, alas! Some latal spell bad indued tne glass; Ten' students of Central U.iiversitv r Its lines weie warped; 'ueatli the tircliiig are remembered with the respec t and af fection which cling to Mr. V. II. Keith,. blue ho attended the University about five' Distuned images met bis iew, And the sounds that he hea: d whether jearspgo. He was a South Carolinian of the old school, and has won a wife inirtli or joy, Were blem.cd with sorrow, like base from among the fairest daughters of the I'hIiiicUo State. Ilis wedding is thus alloy. described by the Timuionsville Enter Nothing was beautiful, quiiu, it seemeit; prise, April 13: flie veiy stiiK;t; that Hushed and CHlLDltEf.. lhe LOUISVILLE TOBACCO KET. FUnMSIIKI) BY GLOVEIt A DUUKCTT, tOUIS-VILL- E Qandy cathartic s&f??Sii,----- pleasant Soap for the skin. "Nothing else like it"! The most refrcsliinw and Ve Send it FREE! TO WEAK MEM; Young and Old. Rejoice with ns 1 f lgnRaufc O --.fDlCATED 2 'AklH MM ??'S5 l.r in the Discovery. Wlien a man has suffered for years with a weakness tiiat WistM lii.s rife atnl robi him of all that really make life worth living, if he avail himseif of u complete cure, vv hy not jto&s,i the moral courage to stop hw clovtnvvard timrvv. We will bend von hy mail, AiiSIILUTK-hFI.KK, in plain the All PoHerful OK. Humi-tVITAL Y al OUTAHEGDSlrfl lags ths Qz 1 K:t.rr i.urtxry?. batk 3 a .5 i taayAinis-pr.c POWDER Jj -- vri-lr- ". '? e"3b; rcrs -- . BR!DGF0RD'S ECONOMIST RANGE, PRin- - 2SC - -j- is? K- i to II0U1), NESS. rAi:hKr. witha lej-perm.iiinth cure I.lisT al Sar-mte- e yj7 J It lasts tvC2 as long as otters. merit, SKliK-MSl'S- Atrial will convince jcu cf its great tne most lastidious. win pi-as- s did Hofie, Mtr. of CHARLES F.MILLER, rTCH MILLED TOILET IP PEKFUA1ERY, SOAPS AID ESTAQLISHED, Lancaster. Pena. 18-19. forever ami al minattral ilrains. Iletnrns to former jppearaueoa em iciatetl No C O- - D frau.l nor recipe deception. If we could not cure, we would not semi our medicine FKKR to try, and pay wktw itislied. Write as tins may appear ajrun. Adilress VAUiriH'KLE, NlfillT iKlUL sMI'S HAS WEAK- Ell 1 1 ION'S s. to-da- nt Western Medicine Conpsny, F 0 Oo MAKE flrsFPIR ncoRnBiiE. Kalamazoii, 4- llidi. aats The Finest Bigs; The Safest Drivers, The Promptest American Beauties cS'Jw ' SOLD OX AX . -" VSkN HCCO'S -- GDRBEGA i Guarantee. r - 9 SHAPES. tention, nt '" The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. P. B. V-- N mWm Ou Laca Box. Ml "Mcdonald's S CELEBRATED W0HMP0W&ERS-IM l i ARTISTIC THE GREATEST W.ORM OISTROYtB PF THE AGE ASr AN O PLEASANT TO TAKE EFFECTS, 1 ' i i Iff fit t'l Smallest dose Easiest to taLe. .4Ja:o!. W soul-inspiri- ng he ami i c yi SADDLERY. : i-1' AH Lengths. NEWEST MODELS. I s DISCOVERED. Sold for a quarter of a cen- tury with continually locreas-- f injr demand. Tlitnk a momen Does this not mean merit ? Most certain anil npr- failincr Worm Destroyer Entireir vrretah.e X N V btK A 125,000 Cliihlren yearly Sent to 5 their GntTes hy Worms. I - JlcDONALD'S Y. piz&Sf fcySNS. or. T SmMMm PRICE, S.--c. i Forsale by all dnurBlsts and ix:k In dealt-r CELEBRATED WORM PQWDE would have them all. Manufactured rSo-cl-.vIll- :rs j i KOX.S metUclaes. ? S only by tie proprietor, T-- a. r2S?Sjkii h i-- i3 ej J 1 maT5-6B- FANCY and I.o-tl'- ", nli'-rctf"- ro-r- c PLAIN. FEATHERBONE CORSET CO. L. & H. R. R. LV. A. 11. -- Geo. -- -- lianil-ma'!- SOLE MANUFACTURERS. SOLD BY K. C. D1VJSION. Ix Effect March 1, IS! 8. Express for Cincimwli, chesteranit fans, Ma3iIU W. D, OLDHAM & COMPANY. fcblO-er- 6.25 P. M. a 31-3- 2.tlo ed Rrclt-mon- d, S( O CO l 1.10 11.43 mail. Cincinnati. Paris. Mays viile. Winch xhiI Ix!xington mail. 1M Liviitrton, London, l'ineville. 1255 F.is' line for LivingbtottJ A. X. Lexington Wm- - I. ASV 3C eter Jei-lico- SOUTHERN RAILWAY. i- lm n pF George Thorps, S-- f M. .J 1') F.t-- r 1'aris Wiucliibtvr. liowlHiul Lant-a.-tc- r Knoxvilk sia t line for Cincinnati r. x. am' 11. IS A. X m 1.L'" 10:10 cirKArLT. Q- - J Frukfori & Gi&efaa&ti Mm -- rK-er- 7." 17-- n tuji JSichmoud Ky. IJeady to do all kinds uf blacksuiithing promptly in the best 7 ork manlike nmniier. between Second Street,of Dillingham Main antl building, rear In Effect March 1, lSST.J DAILY EXCEPT SUXDAY. EAST BOUI.'D. Lve Vrr T-L- You Get --- --- the Profits Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers and Middlemen by from the manufacturer. sabuying'dt-xect Switier. Stamping Greund Dnvalls Georgetown- Lve Georgetown. Arr Centreville- Frankfert Ellhora. . . S 3S S K 6 7 ffi. l A Elizabeth Paris LTe Pan Vrr Elizabeth - 8 8 TtS TSO s CO 8 W 3 3 3 3 3 4 W 29 32 4S 58 1 ?i li t3 4 4 4 Se, 4 38 5 M . 8 40 WEST BOUND. 9 2 -i - g ' a.m. . 1 - 3.3-r- m 1 Centrevilie Newtown. Georgetown Lve Georgetown Arr Duvall. ' Stamping Ground ' Switzer Elkhorn. ' . .9K ) 11 M 11 2S 11 i.m. S 31 S is HU W 49 H& 9 H 5 38 6 W t J9 f-- 6 kS t 1 " Frankfort i No better wheel made than the 1 iting-friend- lacycie Built in our cvn factory by skilled workmen, using the best material and the most improved machinery. B'j fiava no cgsnis Sold direct from factory to the rider, fully warranted. Shipped nr.yvhers for examination. WRITE FOR GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'I Spt. Frankfort, Kentucky. 7 39 C. D. BERCAW, Gcn'l Pass. Agent. UK 35 6 9 78 1 kimh ui Ohio Biilmy. Ti Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. Mt. Sterling and Islington Aecom Eastern Express for Loaisrtlie Morehcad and Lexington Accom. New York Limited F. F. V 6 5S am 3 00 pm 5 45 pm 7 30 Atl-int- a 1 ... JASPEll, ---- Jack-oivil- am 1 Our interesting Offer Acm2 Cvcte Co., Elkhart, lad. jan27-Cm 1 d i ... u, FREE EDUCATION. orany other An education at Harvard, Yale, of learning in the United States, or in the New Kngland Conservatory of Music, can be secured by any young man or woman who is in earnest. Write for particulars BALL, ouicklv. J AJUES Uromuel(ibt.,iio.stoii, JIaba. or institution EAST BOUND. 9 15 am Lexington apd Morehead Accom 58 am New York Limited F. F. V. Jl 00 pm 7 Lexington and lit. Sterling Aecom. 9 OS pm Washington Express Accommodation train- - run daily except Sunday. Other trains ran daily Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rate or sleeper reservations K. HOOD. Agent call on or write Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. P. A. C. & O. Ky., Lexington, Ky. I e m,.''&i I. n of him sunplft tiling to patent? Protect Your Idea: thrr imr brin? ,im wJih Writ! JOHN WKDDEKbDRN Jt CO, Patent Attorney. Wwhlngufa. D. CL, for their J13JO prlte offer and Uit ot two liundr--d laTeaUocs wanted. Wanted-f- ln Idea Who - tMyir A Load I 4 of W Lb II UU DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practilwner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond' JlSreanit rcsl.liiiico on Tlilnt Stict. DS17TAL STJSCSET. Hr Js jnrrcoanis, Waiikera, s fe SO.00 Noc-- at SHOEV? The Style, Fit nnd Wear could i.ot be Improved lor Double the Price. 1 V DR. A. WILKES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEOX, Ri hmond, "Siolih M.; itn to 4 ' -- . Ken-tuc- k building. Main "lours, 9.00 to 12 limilrd to dentinrv ' ' Street, OSet iff xffs Bfe TWM - - S3.5.0. $4.00 ssi SSaOO Shoes arc tie workmen, from sja productioas of skilled into shoes sold atthe best ma-r4- -,t these crices. in ml 50 and $225 shoes for men, and t make also Uto, $2.00 and SJ.75 for boys, and tie W. L. Douglas $3.50 Police shoe, very suitable for policemen and others having much walking to do. "We are constantly adiUnr new styles to our u alreatlv Urge variety, and there Is no on why voa cannot be suited, so Insist Rv "" " T222gSZSSA navinc w. l uougH -- -MUr-carrierrea-eo- g3k T dealer. IVo-ns- vU&i. '&s&';-''?EBSJ.;;, J.CMoROAir. "" J. A-- Yates. DENTR3TS, MORGAN Richmond, " t YATES, Kkntuckv Tfattooal men wear W. L-- Doustai Shoes because they are the best. S&Slmto?Sg!&5 Per ste . by IfcWiiteaaaA BrotHTe-S- Ijifc a i only the best Calf. Russia Calf (alt colors), French ratMit Cair, .French Erumel, Vlci Kid, etc, graded tn correspond7itli prices ot me EUUU. 3IHHH If dealer cannot supply jou, rote W. LBlUS,Eir3cHeflIM5. . Catauxius-FbUe. " Ocwb Mln Street, everIadi9a Bnk. : Freeman . " - ... . r i - "'. .!,--; . jr. f sa 2', . -- .""i -- r - - f x - ' .. lbl6-- 5 r v-- j - Ricrpjpnd.,. fy ''! 4 , 'fi 1: s.L'c V sr--- ! ui. . "v.? JSJfcjJw .x . -. ssK&-- - 2ffffiifa-pf3gg?- fj ..r' jb-- -. - 2. ' k. "Sl'-J-- J , .. iir-- r. r? - A- v i.1;. i rrfi.. dp"? , . irrii v .; i j ... JK .. ''.''.r ?- i.7 ? . . ' t Joim U. CiiKjfAuM, Cli'm. county, was a guest oliM. LvAIdridge,j . "vyjrAK. Jjjtt, Sec'y.- - . , week; 9 T on High street, last apr7 H 1 jot Winchester, s is Mrs. Mary Ecl-le.. .J" il.M. i J if f! t'l JT BHULincuwiS atttuis Tomorrow will bethel54Ui aimiycra-- & - up w visiting relatives j f - t , i !.--;. tvwju,-e- r z?z P, - U - of TljomascJeifefflou. V, : I lNMLe. ' V 1 4&- rfv - 'frfT -JTiffiff . XH TSS - i - - '5 - - ar -r R- -' :a: K under tho age of tain but who will attain their majority on The many friends of ClabeTharp will or before the day of the next general regret to learn that the Major savs it was election in November, 1897, and who Sk nmibta'ke about his being an applicant declare their purpose and intention for this Postofiicc, and that he does not to, nfliliato with tho Democratic vvantitand will not take charge of it party, shall bo entitled to vote in under any circumstancus. said primary election. o 7. That tho Chairman of this 5 Mr. W.TvTharp. of Winston, was in W give public notice of said tow n last Saturday on business. Come by posting a copy of this election again, lloss. Court-hous- e door antl It is reported that I. T. Turpin, Post- order on the Lnj resigned "lu; at twenty other public places in the master at this tpliod, favor of any ltepublican who may want county, and shall publish a copy of to be Postmaster at thu place. We tills order in .cyery IssXie of tho Kenl tho spoils of ivstr belong to the.1 tuckv Register and Richmond Cii- think mxzL from date ofadoptlon to time vittors. primary elpction. Mr. William Aldridge, of Jessamine, of said i -- 2t s Gratitude during-th- e 1 I I Madison lonumefllal Works. if I has poured in upon us thirty years-tha- t s kJefonstSlfe SS j QUART BOTTLES. st?l s o O ci 1 com-mitte- i IS .ilHi; 5SEEr---ir5- - arsaparilla - D 5fe 15. -- IB K t 1 is " ! Cj f I a r) K - c i m has teen making thousands of weak and suffering men, women and children strong and healthy. Our 36 page, illustrated book contains some of- these letters- if gratitude, and besides, giving you V lots M trood . solid health advice. Send F9 for ateopy its free. Quart bottle, gi. 00 e o i I j b I . . . . ...LA2.UFACTTJKER AXD DEALER IN I GRHNITE ' WILLIAMS. DAVIS, , BROCKS &CO , - W M - v, . -' rc- ,'. , P. 'j.4&.&. tt ,sf ' ia. I,c- - ' ty ' - ill ir ,Soia,byD.i,fc1 1 ww&nnnm 1 - ir. vers ettea 1 . k. .i.l .WWW .... J.M. i. i erp urcr wo uu-- ." ? ,.... W g6) 2VTO!NUM:eNTS. AND ALL KLNDS OF GEMETERY WOZK. Detroit. Hk . .- -.. - iFor further jwiiiciUars, prices, c6c, address, ?fnMMiMl-LtXlUIMil- I. ' WawKyU "i;-- r ...-.- i a-- vs A ii - MadioR MomJroeDfcal - Worfe. ,w-.- a J5 t a - . - - "- ji .. " . . Tr - i- li?-- is&3iiwKSEii-' o aBfeia t ; ,JZU "tf?rFliraiiilf r t r.y kfeift ' v i 2SL,. -- !' IP I J ' ' iI ' Marion- Circuit Court in fining the mugwump administration will rally to but, and it Ik no idle jest when wo L. & N. for discriminating against the Democratic standard. Republicandeclare that they crowned themselves g Lebanon in freight rates, when allies, the ism with its with glory of a histrionic character. JRV tTiM talked in upon the layout, but it monopolies and the trusts, will be over- In tho Stomach Caused Croat From pit to domo Whitc'd pretty PUBLISHED EVERV WED.NKSDAT BT seemed as pearls cast before swine. whelmed with the ballots of a people Suffering Wa3 Confined to tho opera house was crowded, with the Co. A prominent Republican said to mo still determined and worthy to be free. elite of the city and county, and over Bed But Now Able to' Work. i.i Let the Kentucky Democracy lift aloft that "there isn't a man on the bench "In October, 1895, 1 had an abscess in a hundred dollars wore tho receipts. equal to your Circuit Judge jn legal the Democraticbannerand place her again my stomach. I was also taken with plon-rls- y Tho orchestra of six prices with Miss I J. C CHESAULT. Proprietors and Editors. ability." and coughed very badly. I was Delia Pigg as piano accompanist, did A. D. MILLER. And yet the court some- at the head of the column, and the other A3PETS, FURNITURE, WALLPAPERS. DRAPERIES. C E. WOODS. Associate Editor. Democratic States will respond as they treated by physicians but did not Improve, excellent work and were roundly aptimes tells our man that helS wrong. gave up all hope of ever getting well. plauded. The characters were as did in the Chicago convention when tho I PRICK PKIt YKAlt, $1.50. not gathered around My right side was swollen " d I was was follows: Joe Blackburn went down witli his banners of all the States able to walk across tho room and ADVANCE, IN $1.25 Nebraska and proclaimed Stephen Spittigue, Solictor Oxford, colors flying. No man ever had a more the standard of confined to my bed. I was advised to the Democratic leader of the future. try Hood's Sarsaparilla and began taking Thomas Jones. faithful follow ing and no Eet of men ever WEDNESDAY. HAY 12, 1S97 Sir Francis Chesney, Late Indian it. In three days I coufd see n chango had a better leader. His fight to sucfor tho better. I kept on taking Hood's Service, Chas.Lallanco. 7 ceed himself was the most remarkable in Sarsaparilla until I had taken four botJack Chesney, Undergraduate, Jim the history of politics. Though he was now Neale. Miss Margaret Chenanlt returned on tles and continued to improve. I am dealt a bad hand hi' the gold Democrats, able to do a good day's workon the farm." Charley Wykehom, St. Oldo Colhe played his cards with consummate Friday from Ft, Garrett. ami M. E. Mann, Deraossville, Kentucky. lege, S. N. Moberley. skill and only quit when the last one Miss Annie Wagers, of Irvine, was the Ixird Fencourt Rabberloy, Oxford, a was thrown. Those who claim that but guest of Mrs. Claude Smith, Monday. Wm. Park. his fcelfislinchs he might have elected i Mrs. J. W. Alverson, of Stanford, is ft r Urassett, College Scout, Sam Martin to the Senate, are ignoraut of the visiting Mrs. Mat tie Alverson, on High Hughes. fads. At no time were the bolting Re- street. sold by Donne Lucia. C'Alyedorcz, From publicans in earnest about voting for Miss Lila Chcuault left last Friday for all druggists. Rrazil, Olivia Baldwin. Maitin and at no time could Blackburn ML Herling to attend Miss Bridgeforth's $1; six for 5. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Kitty Verdtnn, Spettigue's Ward. have taken his solid strength to him. house party. Low ell, Mass. Get flood's and only Hood's. -- . Elsie McCowiJ. Senator Blackburn has fought a good are best , Mrs. Perry Karr, of Lexington, has nOOU S FlIlS pills,tho digestion. 25c Amy Spettiguo, Spettigr.o's Niece, aid fight, but he has not finished his courbe guest of her sister. Mrs. Alice been the Amy Smith. ami he will cut and come agaiu as cerTribble for tw o weeks. SHE EEDS A GREAT MANY EiaDelahay, Orphan, Mabel Tcr-ril- l. tain as his name is Joe. CORRESPONDENCE. The marriage of Win. II. Keith and DEMOCRATIC Miss Cora Byrd, in South Carolina, is Whilst alL did splendidly, it is due Did I leave my work and come all reported on our first page. Mr. Park to say ho was tho "star." VALLEY VIEW. the way down here to see Kentucky As a female impersonator, he. is simFor C irenit Judge Mr and Mrs. W. K. Denny came up 1'ERSOXAL. further discredited by the election of from Garrard and 6pent Sunday with ply great. Tho audience was conTHOMAS J. SCOTT, E. L. Haden and II. H. Poston went tinually interested in tho of Madison county. a Republican to the U. S. Senate? Mr. and Mrs. Jas. W. Smith. perto Richmond on their "bikes"' Sunday. Not much, though I didn't mind formance and was vocifirous in apMary Bennett is at home from a Miss watching the proceedings, if it had to Mrs. C. B. Day, of Pineville, is spend- plause. For Commonwealth' Attornev be done. My mission was at the sug- very pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. ing a few days with her sister, Mrs. I. A feature of the evening was the 11. A.CUUTCHEU, Dabney Crenshaw, of Richmond, Va. M. Asher. mezzo solos of MissCassieRothchild, To take the place of those worn nut and tin of Jessamine county. gestion of Governor Bradley to proMiss Anne Freeman left ou AVednes-da- y cure additional legislation for the Misses Mina and Maria Johnson, ot of Louisville, who appeared with her out of styk Winn last for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Will propo&ed reformatories and I was We Invite Inspection. Nicholasville, spent Sunday with Miss teacher, the renowned and popular them, she needs them in tin rOK COUNTY ATTOKXEY. Senator Bronston, who in- - Rowland and other relatives at Danville. Annie Richardson. Mine. Bredelli, who wasthe signal for "Wo are authorized to announce htroduced Correct Prices. Miss Dovey Letcher goes to Nicho-lasvilthe bill at the last session G. E. Lilly a candidate for County Sunday evening our little city was generous and prolonged applause. to visit her sisters, Miss Ruthchild is a pupil of only five Attorney of Mad No n county, subject and procured its passage and Hon. V. shocked when tho news reached here to the action of the Republican party. C. Spalding, of Marion, who takes Mrs. R. E. Douglas and Mrs. W. S. that II. C. Douglass, while bathing in months hut in all tho State" it is great interest in the matter, promised Montgomery. the Kentucky river, two miles below, doubtful if a more brilliant voice is DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION. .Mrs. M. A. Kenney, nee Miss Delia to have the needed changes made and to be heard. She was encored rehad drowned. all the members I talked with prom- Ramsey, of Danville, came over on peatedly and gracefully responded. Pursuant to the order of the Demo ised to vote for thorn. Senators Bron- Monday and is with her mother, Mrs. WiVSTOJY. It was a rare treat and an "evening" cratic State Executive Committee, ston and Goebel are leaders in the T. S. Ramsey. Ebtill County. in itself to liften to her and Bred.elli's made at a meetwig held at Frankfort. General Assembly and they generalMrs. Ellen Mcrshon Carter and little Miss Emma Newman returned home matchless accompaniment. Ky., April 13th, 1&)7, the Democrat ly .secure what legislation they wish. daughter, of Indiana, are visiting here. this week from Jessamine count-- . Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. To Mrs. W. G. White the success of MadiMm county are hereby re'1 hough 1 very happy in her Hoosier of the affair was largely due. The And auirht to have them anvwav. ami si Miss Nannie FJojd is confined to her quested to meet in mass convention, home Mrs. Carter still loves her old room with fever, and her death is proceeds went into the organ fund of McCREARY'S INTERVIEW. since she been so very economical ami at the Court Houe, in Richmond, Kentucky home. the Christian church. any moment. you during- the recent Ky., on I Louisville Dispatch. James T. Hamilton, proprietor of the Mr. Geonre W. Aldridge was iu JackSATURDAY, MAY 29TH, v The interview of McCrarv Madison Monumental Works, Richmond. son county this week to visit his aged at 2 o'clock p. m., (standard time), to which appeared in jcstenlay's Dispatch-ha- s Ky., was here last week in the interest wife, near Drip Rock. select delegate- to attend a Demothe true Democratic ring. He is a of his business. As usual, he got a numNext Monday, county court dav, the cratic State Convention to be held at believer in the fundamental principles of ber of orders for more work. Spout Democratic party will nominate candiAnd now can get them at such very LOW PI: I Frankfort on Wednesday, June 2nd, Democracy, and he recognizes the .Teller-t-ouia- n Spring, Times. dates for county offices. candi-nat- e providing you come to u from thAn. that t 1S97, to nominate a Democratic doctrine of the right of the major-it- v Dr. A. W. Johnston, of Danville, got Elder J. T. Turnin. the accommodat no excuse for you not making for the ollice of Clerk of the haiw to rule. in last night. He was in time to attend ing postmaster at Kings Station, , was a Court of Appeal of Kenttu-kyto be means home more pleasant for ynursHf." Every well informed man on the great the unveiling of the Gross statue. Dr. visitor in Winston Sunday. ' voted for at the general election, in issue which now confronts the American Johnston will go from here to New York, Mr. Greely Richardson, one of Locust &tiBS& 1ES1" KSKiSftiffcrf Q1 1897. November, people must realize that the hope of our where he will marry Miss Lilly ChamSs.BfSSJsa-at- t Branclie'8 best Democrats, was among John 15. Cjienault, deliverance rents with the succcsb of the berlain, of tbat city, on the 27th. Washhis Winston friends this week. Ch'm. Dem. Com. Madison county. Democratic organization. ington Dispatch. ? l And not an article but what has May 10th, 1S97. lought ! Mrs. Owen Turpin, of Hazel Patch, Gov. McCreary is one of the best in Mme Bredelli will organize a summer first of the year and entirely too many of t 1. Ky , is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. J. formed men in the United States on the term in A Splendid Entertainment. "The art of Singing, Voice CulFok a new V. S. map as large as the mention each one, so just remember pha- . Edwards, who is dangerously sick. financial question, and he has been an ture Solfeggio With due respect to our University, and Song." Ladies and State of Rhode Island, Gov. we have anything- maj- - want in the Fur-linof intern:ilion:l bimetal im, eentlemen who wish adocate Judge Tharn and sons, Bosc and Clabe, and to our local musical and dramatic to embrace the has the thanks of the Climax. and if do not believe- - it. come and s. believing from hjs know lege and experopportunity of Mme Bredelli's instruc went to Lexington Sunday on their talent, we have enjoyed nothing quite so yourself. j Ax old time getting together of Demo- ience is a member of ti.e former inter- t inn will communicate with Mrs. W. G. wheels to attend the G. A. R. Encamp much in earsasthe contest last Satur ment day night between the crats, an J the Republicans will have national monetary commission that in- -' White at once at the Glyndon. their hopes of fusing turned into refus- leruational agreement w its possible; bu: The many frienJs of D. J. Snowden of Caldwell High School for representaA card from CapL Henry Wygant, it must be evident to him as we judge ing. U. S. A., at Fort Douglas. SjU Lake and wife are glad to see "them out after tion to the Blue Grass Graded School from hid interview, that intern.t.iunal City, Utah, says Mrs Wygant has not an illness of several weeks with fvnr Tournament to be held at IIarrodsmrg Ouu new Senator, Hon. W. J. Deboe, agreement is now hardly among the May 27, 2S, and 29. To Prof. J. D. Clark yet joined him, though Ben and Philip and grippe. was assigne 1 a MMt next to Mark Hanna. possibilities, ami tliat this country canDied Mav 3d, of old age, Mrs. Fannie is due the inauguration of these enterhave arrived. A letter from Mr. Harry An Mr. Deboe is blighlly deaf he was put not wait on ehe interests or the couven Wygant contains messages for all Rich- Noland, aged S3. Burial in family burn tainments by our public school children, ience of foreign nations close to the Boss. See tho joke? ing- - ground, bhe leaves a number of and they are attended by immense audThe United States must formulate a mond friends. He is at Purdue Universiences, are peculiarly enjoyable, aud have . fiiends and relatives. to Eizie for financial policy of itb own, adapted to ity, Ia Fayette, Ind. Instead of lifted our graded school to a higher plane We learn that our neighbor, C. B. r, Mr. John R. Thomas passed his exCounty Judge the Rads sentenced the wants and ntcessities of its own iu the respect of our citizens. May these contemplates moving west to live. him to Frankfort for sixty days people, instead of being a financial amination jesterday, successfully and is exhibitions long continue, as thev are --- $That's a pretty howdy do. dependency ot Europeon fiscal magnates now one of the Lebanon bar. John is We regret to give up Curtis, for he is of a high charat ter, interesting and enter a bright and talented young man and one of our best citizens. Elzie has since pardoned himself. It must mark out a policy of its own and taining beyond all others of a similar naH take the lead of all the nations in there is little doubt that he will be a ture. HOW S THIS ! L J CJ7CJ? lUOHMOD, KENTUCKY. Ix nominating Elzie Million for the finances as well as in material progress credit to his profession and an honor to We offer One ($53 The following was the varied urogram: I K?5j Hundred Dollars Ileward ffcggag,,-,,,.,,.,Furniture and Undertakers. Ins family. His examiners were Col. Legislature, E Gosh Pnrrioh .said: and good government. . Instrumental Contest Fogleand Hon. Finley Shuck. Lebanon for any case of Catarrh that cm not be Staccato Etude 1 he DispaUh agrees with him in de"Mr. Million lelt the Democratic . Mo3sie Parrish cured by Hull's Catarrh Cure Air le Ballad party op account of its rottenness." claring that we must have harmony and Enterprise, Stella Burns F. J. CHENEY & CO. Props., To!do, A Western girl of advanced ideas has Declamatory Contest, Boys Come to think about it, E, Gosh left union among Democrats in v Kentucky, A Plea for Ireland her four years ago for the same and that can only be secured by the suggested to an Eastern journal that a 0. Hoscoe Reeves We the undrsighed, have known F. J. There Is a God Richard Gentry reason. Misery loves company. patriotic acquiescence in the will of the college be founded and endowed to Cheney for the last 15 yeais, and believe Death of Arnold Carlyle Maupin teach young men the art of inaj irity. He is right in baying: The Gladiator .Lawrence Perkins course for young him perfectly honorable in all business The 2,500 miners in East Tennessee "The people are sick and tired of mis with a Vocal Contest. who are out ox a strike because of a re- rule, incompetency, mob law. midnight husbands. If the Western girl will come transactions and financially able to carry He Is Coming Back Again, Little Girl. obliipUions made bv'their firm. duction of IS per cent, in their wages, raid3 and other evils, w hich have recent- to Richmond 6he will find such an In- . .Ruth Wiesins ought to open a ballot hot and take ly injured the good name of our state. stitutionso we judge by the numerous West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Somebody Love Me Fanny Prather Toledo O., Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Blue Eyes . Nellie Jacobs another vote on the gold standard. Democratic supremacy is needed in Ken- marriages of C. U. boys in this vicinity. Hunting Four-lea- f Wholesale Druggists Toledo. Ohio. . Katie Hacker Clover They voted for "McKinley, Piotection tucky, and it is the duty of all Democrats, In our last issue we failed to note that Declamatory Contest, Girls Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internaland Prosperity," and they are getting in the interest of law and order and good Mr. Joseph Gott. of Hinton, West Va., ly, acting directly upon the blood and Paul Venarez JHldred Gormley government, to unite in all contests and was also on a visit here with his wife. their pay. Louisville Dispatch. Luxie Ballard mucous sufaces of the system. Price, Paul Rev ere's Ride elect faithful and efficient Democrats " All of his old friends are glad to welMcClain's Child . Sadie Baughman 7oc per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. A gentleman here who owes his How Ruby Played His airaignment of the Republican come him home and only wish that he Mary Traynor , iuay-5-lSome Views of Life Cecil Smith official title to the Democratic party, party U so forcible and just that it is well could remain "with them permanently, Testimonials free. t Annie McCollum asserted the other day that if the worthy of reproduction ai.d emphatic but he says that he will return to Hinton Interlude Composition Louisville Dicpatch was not sup- approval. Speaking of the national ad- this week or as soon as his little son. (Fanny Prather pressed Kentucky would be turned ministration, hesavs: The judges were as follows: On DecWilliam, recovers from an attack of A Sad Drowning. over to the Republicans. A bystandlamation. Revs. Young and Smith, and "The Republicans promised cuery in easels. er, who also lies by the grarc of the blessing during, the last presidential Henry Clay Douglas, aged SO jcirs, Hon. J. A. Sullivan. On Music, Miss Mr. Christopher F. Chenanlt, eldest same party, but to which he he is still campaign. They have not complied son of the late Anderson Chenanlt, will, unmarried, son of Allen Douglas, de- Lucia Burnam, Mrs. Jason "Walker and loyal and grateful, called the other with a single pledge. They are contin- on May 27, lead to the altar Miss Nancy ceased, well known, well liked, industri- Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith, who announced gentleman's attention to the fact uing their reckless expenditure of the Moberley Hume, daughter of the late ous, gentlemanly and companionable, the following winners: Richard Gentry that when the Dispatch was started people's mouey, which extended further Thomas R. Hume of Waco. She has, lot his life by drowning on Sunday first, Roscoo Reeves second; Katie Haeker the State was already in the hands of beyond the billion dollar mark in the like Mr. Chenault, many relatives in With some companions lie Went bathing first, Fanny I'rather second; Mary Traythe Republicans, had been for two last congress than ever before. They Madison, and is a highly esteemed and in Kentucky river, near Valley View. nor ilrht, Sadie Daiighmau second; the years, and it was due to the patrio- have failed to make any real progress beautiful young lady. Mr. Chenanlt is The others had diessed and were waiting first named will represent C. II. S. at tism) of such papers as the Courier-Journa- l, toward reforming an unwise and vicious a prosperous young farmer and quite for him to come out. He'did so but Harrodsburjr, whilut gold medals were Post and Times. These monetary system, and their.gugar-coate-d muddied his feet and plunged in to given to the threesecond best perfoi meis popular. papers are now. and for two years promise in regard to international Miss Mamie Baldwin, who has been wash them, and his companions walked named above. Tliis interesting item from Ilarrodgbnrg have been steadily preaching dissn-hio- n, bimetallism is not oulv a pretense lor visiting her sister, Mrs. W. H. Shanks, a shoit distance when they were at1' ' and they can not be more highly delay, but its failure already seems prob- returned to Richmond Tuesday. Mrs. tracted by a noise which brought them appeared iu Monday's Louisville Discomplimented than to say they able. Reduction in value, depression of Shanks accompanied her and will re- to the bank. They saw Douglas was it, patch. helped beat Watt Hardin and elect trade, aud absence of prosperity con- main Eerveral weeks ".Many of our people, especially the Miss Nellie trouble aud handed him a pole. ExThe Courier-Journis tinues to be conspicuous. They have, Mershon, daughter of McKinlcy. hausted he threw back his head and, younger portion of the community, are . Mr. J. B.Mershon, particularly active in its opposition to however, made haste to increase the bur- has been" chosen to represent anticipating a good time at the hluegraes Caldwell smiling, sank to the bottom. His body harmony and success. Seeing in tiie dens ot taxation. Congress was called in College, Richmond, in graded bchool tournament which will he the Trigonometry was not recovered for twelve hours: His ' Dispatth its own successor to the extra session in ten days after the Repub- contest at Uarrod&burg on funeral took place at the residence of his held here May 27, 2S and 29. At least the 2Sth. respect and support of the Democrats lican president was inaugurated, 200 visitors are expected, aud airange-men- ts and al. Miss Mershon is the youngest of her sister, Mrs. Jas. Allman, yesterday, and of Kentucky, it is madly and foolish- thongh two hundred and forty-fiv- e have been ellectcd whereby they Mrs. America Rout, who was largely attended. This death shocked class of 6ix milly trying to.pull dnwn the temple of lions of dollars were in the United is past 82, has more the entire community, and the long pro- are to be hospitably entertained. The Democracy upon its own superan-uate- d States treasury and it was not schools that will bj lepreseujed in the necessary than grand children. She has 15 of the cession was a testimony to his stdnding ' circass. among our people. He was a brother ol tournament are sis follows: to increase taxation, the most ultra and former and 14 of the latter. Stanford Dispatch is the oppressive tariff bill ever offered was Journal. . "Harrodsburg, Lawrenceburg, RichN The Louisville Mrs. Tom Karr, Mrs. Allman, and KV.yUlij According to one authority the word ,? Gw$ 'tTV product of necessity. The Democratic passed by the bouse of representatives. The Frankfort Ledger of May - ?"- Messrs. Harvey, Alfred, Squire and mond, Paris, Winchester, Uynthana, KS54 "dollar" is a corruption of the German MKMhXfo iVvi 3 ' 'CWlWiUJ! -trord "thaler." the form in Dutch being party needed an organ, and it was The Democratic party is today stronger were Somerset, Eminence, Veitailles. Nicholas-vilie- . fc55rw to say of three, popular Richmond James Douglas. The "daalder" Danish "daler," and Italian a ' called into existence. Now let us and more compact, more aggressive KU.UU)1 Stanford, Danville and Georgetown. fe4) "tallero" All these different forms were Messrs. W. M. Dcvore. W. W. Tevis, ff girls: deriTed-froJoachim's Thai, a Bohemain .i,v ffistfMtf support it. It is not, like the Courier-Journa- l, determined than any deleated party and Richmond, Ky., a charming little city Cnas. Hendren, Arthur Todd, H. R. "The musical and declamatory exer- rfeS XUSKUiJ town, where the Count of Schlict, A. D. mart he. r "V 1517, coined some excellent pieces in silver , backed by a wealthy syndi- was before. Its mission is greater ever was honored last week by a Frankfort Tevis and Hoy Hoberts. cises will be held at the opera-hous- e Y t MMbM & on fcM-', and of one ounce in weight. "From the name ' visit from )W)li cate. It is the people's paper in fact, grander than heretofore, for it has more three of the most tiie 27th and 2Sth, and the athletics will S5& of the town came Joachim's thaler, applied MlVTfc attractive young ladies Kow to Catch Suckers. " to the d coins, as-- well as that , SN rfeil owned by them, and must derive its millions of people to benefit and he at the fair grounds the 29th. Each af & ;-Hence, Joachim's frjN more that ever glided over the Caplial Hotel ?l Schlickenthaler. , tflMMh ty- -, V Tho dally Argonaut at Lexington ternoon, at Witherepoon p.irk, a game uf Pr$ thaler pieces were first contracted into support from them. It already has a Republican iniquities and strongholds to ball room floor. Many t " Joachim-- s thalers and then into thaler--. belles from many fCSP mkimffls i, gives timelywnming and prints the baseball will be played for atilk Hug and larger list of readers than any other conquer. I can't help believing KWKViKW These coins gained such a reputation. Vo that cities have appeared at that noted says the St. Louis WmmXfo "that following substance of the state fish the championship of Kentucky, between (fetM morning daily published in the State, Democrats will do their duty, and with r " they became a pattern, so that others of the flwiwU: " for the lovers of the light fan- Vrt. ' same kind, thongh made in other places, iV, , " '1 and its success is assured. But it union and harmony there w ill be victory- - taztic: but nonejjvercharmedthe Frank- law: some two ol the named citizes. On the Cfg " took the nane the word assuming different P !l feSS riSil unlawful to use a wing-ne- t, should have at least fifty thousand "It is 29th, in the granded school building, beJIM spelling through e the low countries, KS wish to say, also, in closing this fort beaux like Misses Belle McDowell, "I r ? reaching 'Spain as dollars, and through gill-ne- t, 'tf ft V trammel-no- t rMV X: or any othei ginning at 9 o'clock, in., there will be subscribers This would make cer- conversation, that the Louisville Dis- Mary Letcher aud " Its Provinces transmitted to the Western yj 0 iX Anna Bennett, all of contrivance for the purpose hemisphere, where it was applied to coins tain and ppeedy the over-throof patch is doing splendid of catch- the SS K?Wl ' U1 ten ice. It is Richmond. They were the belle i of the ing fish or that will materially hindei moncontest for the prizes in all the com- KfSi pnorto the adoption of the federar curren- ' IVVl Republicanism, which owes its read with much interest, by Democrats ball, and high school branches, orthograIn coinage 'dollar is a favor- K.X? & ?' being foundthe wordvarious spellings in and memory fails to recall when J ite. under supremacy now to the bad counsels of where 1 reside, and it is growing the passing of fish. The penalty is a phy, arithmetic, gntrniiur, etc. This PCvt iZJl almost every part of the globe " The value VZSZH KSSl in favor any visitor or visitors received or attract ' of a dollar has so increased of late that it fine of $10 to $25, the Courier-Journ- al and its cuckoos, and iu circulation aud will greatly assist ed more SSvfox. will be the sixth annual 'tontcst." , , .v attentions than these young will now Durchane twir a., mnrli "l.-- s 'lSovl fnrm.r. "No drug, poison, or medical bait " the Times and Post. y Particularly in dry goods, clothing, and lleres hoping Richmond will bring-- Vv24 - fciBE3 in securing Democratic supremacy m ladies. They areasbeautifulnnd accomZJl Stand by the Dispatch. shall be used under a penalty of $20 uotne home prizes. next to Farmer's National Bank, Richmond, Kentucky" 27 plished as they areattarctive.aud should Sr si", UUP ' $50 fine. Ky. .W ,M-"- -His endorsement of the course which Richmond ever decide to choosea Queen, to . UNDER WALTONS LENSES FRANKFORT Minnesota 'hardeware dealers formed 'The penalty for using dynamite or J Tue Dispatch is pursuing is but another it would, I judge, he a very difficult matAPPEARS THUS. other explosive is a fine of to0 to $100 a State affociaiic n. evidence that its mission is one which ter to select one from such an ideal coland if it is not paid it must be worked will commend it to the support of every lection of Kentucky womanhood. MissStanford JonrnaL out in jail. Awarded Democrat in the state of es McDowell aud Letcher were with Mrs "For using n seine other than dip-n- et Highest Honors World's Fair, I am not a bettkigman, but if I was Tl e Democratic party Kentucky. of or for setting trap, using a drag, wouldn't want anything better than and of the nation will declare Kentucky Sunuel Stone on tiie South Side, until its prin- Thursday, when they returned home. etc., to give odds of two to one that John ciples in no equivocal terms, the fine is from $25 to $50. and all who Miss Bennett has been with Miss Mary "V. Yerkes will bo Collector of this believe in "Minnows may io caught in Seines them and will loyally T. Dudley on Ann street, but is less than ten fojt long-- , but this doe district and General Dan. K. Collier, by its flag will be invited to enlist staud her uncle's family, Mr. Samuel under Surveyor of the Port at Louisville. its banner. not allow- - larger fish to he caught Beunett on Shc'Ly stieet, South Side. All the signs point that way and a The one great and irrepressible issue even in shorter hcines. of The impression made by these young great many people all over the State the "These cases ui.iy be tried in the future will be the financial issue, and ladies is one that will live forerer in the rejoice iu their selection. circuit court or before a magistrate, on the Democratic banner will be writ- minds and hearts of those who had the """ -ten the bold declaration in favor of the honor aud pleasure of meeting them.', and if the offender Is convicted sixty , per cerit. of the flue goes to the state Except Chief Justice Lewis, who free and unlimited coinaceof both gold 7 C t .ViTlEt . and forty per cent, to tho official who has a distinguished and military and silver at the ratio of 10 to 1, indeeequrcs tho conviction. bearing, and Judge Painter's mam pendent of Die. action of any other ua- r&ZA . V3S, ' " '?!'----moth moustache, the Court of ApA Brilliant Success Everyway. ; Bii' this dec! ration will not be Davis. Mrs. Courtney Davlp, who peals is not an imposing atTair. Judge ci ai gtM n mil it is written in the statutes died at Daavillu on Sundnyr. was an aunt Financially., dramatically, musicJlurnam is a good looking man, but of tiie United States'. of M a. Eli Evans ally, the play, "Charley's Aunt," he wears a sort of The other great principles of the Demof tli is connty.and mother f rendered lastTuesday night by ,local MOST PERFECT MADE. expression. Senator ocratic party will center upon this, and County jVttornoy 'W'rO, Davis of Wood- - talent was a superb success. TSi'cept A pure Grape Cream Xiudsay was making powerful the millioBs of people who have looked ford, pleaiantly ruwilriueret! a$ Estill "Jin Jim Nealo, an entirely ne-w- and rem Ammonia, Alumof Tartar Powder; Fret or any other a3utteran ' eech against the Injustice of the inyiufor relief, under Republican and Sjruvjs. J . younger setof players uudethdrd.e- - & 'jc 40 .TEARS THi STAWMRO. The Richmond Climax. Th8 Climax Printing - I blood-suckin- .An Abscess Scotl & Frazee $ tflv'fclai igl Woman's Greatest Dislike PERSONAL,. To Be Sure That You Get One of the Best I Buv the Is Spring Cleaning why not make it iu fr lit. Sarsaparilla her. inure pleasant attcr-dinn- k TICKET -- FOLDUJG BED. S0 ct Absolutely Safe, Different Woocjs and Finishes. New Things tuc-cessf- entirel' le r. Scolt i Frazee, PS WAY 32-3- ed SIlji m mm mSS - Ev-Go- - -- irti 48RSSaJB. SPRING PLOWING. "We Hard Time hr - IfeSfeFg Me-Crca- students have the best ;plows the factories produce. If you expect to do any plowing the coming spring, and are not already supplied with plows, you cannot afford to buy before giving us a call. Everything kept in a well equipped hardware house is found in our stock. Our Stock is Complete ben - 3-- e i on't Forget to See Our Pictur elite, Buchanan & Do-zie- liackelford . Gentry, 7Hl Ji&t.Vl Ottilia love-maki- ng post-gradua- te il m m LOCAL. al 1 M iSa ro) mmmf Co) -- .' Wt- li M - . () fto 1 jjmmi "pa" ' fmm m! 7jm & ... pi ' f fe as v. ' j. ha-thi- s il $4 pall-beare- rs "W ' above-name- 'cV X'i. fcN KA 1 W-g- - Globe-Democr- at, " t. rVI 04 'rV 5 T -- rV Jj f0,' I now-visitin- g -- Mm CREAM Ira iK MtteS;" ? v rlw DEAtHS. t, BAKING raj POiifflt ': : It -- - -- fs, .,- j O ? Ml v i a. : - -- nr .- - - - Jw rvihis !3ftr.se, 1. - - - - 1 lfcjKtOTTGjBaBLjgjW BBSh? jBMHWMi"yy4ffTOF Irfetfei'gBSBIiiSF fefSSiflEJ'SSgyB JjyTTj'Jft fP i ! T - "" v"v "j- i: ' -- - -- - - -- - -- -- - The Richmond Climax. PUBLISHED BVKRY WEDNESDAY BY Th8 Climax Printing Go. tMtUJE:' C E. WOODS. in advance, WEDNESDAY, Proprietor, sad OJltors. Associate Editor. trick per Yeah, - $1.50. $1.35 1897 - 31 AY 12, sZMr DEMOCRATIC For Circuit Judge THOMAS TICKET J. SCOTT, of Madison county. For Commonwealth's Attorney U. A. CCUTOHEU, of Jessamine count. roit county attokxey. We are nuthoriz?d to announce G. E. Lilly a candidate for County county, subject Attorney of Madir-oto the action of the Republican party. n DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION. F Pumiant to the order of the Democratic State F.xecutive Committee, made at a ni"etinig held at Frankfort. Ky., April 13th, 1&)7, the Democrats of Madison county are hereby requested to meet in mass convention, at the Court lluiisc, in Richmond, Ky., on satik:ay, may 29th, at 2 o'clock p. in., (standard time), to select lelepatc- to attend a Democratic State Convention to be held at Frankfort on Wednesday, June 2nd, 1807, to nominate u Democratic candi-nat- e for the cilice of Clerk of the Court of Appeals of Kentucky, to bo voted for at the general election, in November, 1897. - John R. May 10th, 1S97. Chk.wy-ji.t- , Ch'm.Dem. Com. MadUon county. For a new 1. S. map as large as the Mc-Crca- small State of Rhode Island, Gov. has the thanks of tl.e Climax. ? Ax old time getting together of Demowill have crats, and the Republican-their hopes of fusing turned into refusing. Ocn new Senator, Hon. V. J. Deboe, was asignc 1 a scat next to Mark Hanna. A Mr. Deboe is slightly deaf he was put cIom; to the Doss. See the joke? Instead of sticking; to Elzie for County Judge the Radi sentenced him to Frankfort for sixty days Tiiat's a pretty howdy do. Elzie lias since pardoned himself. In nominating Klzie Million for the Legislature, E Gosh Parrish said: "Mr. Million lett tlio Democratic party on account of its rottenness." Come to think about it, E, Gosh left her four year.--, ago for the same reason. Misery loves company. Tiik 2,500 miners in East Tennessee who are out os a strike because of a reduction of IS per cent, in their wages, ought to open a ballot box and take another vote on the gold standard. They voted for "McKinley, Piotection and Prosperity," and they are getting their pay. Ivouisville Dispatch. A gentleman here who owes his official title to the Democratic party, asserted the other day that if the Louisville DNpatch was not suppressed Kentucky would be turned over to the Republicans. A bystander, who also lies by the grace of the Fame party, bnt to which he he is still loyal and grateful, called the other gentleman's attention to the fact that when the Dispatch was started the State was already in the hands of the Republicans, had been for two years, and it was due to the patriotism'?) of such papers as the Courier-JournaPost and Times. These papers are now. and for two years have been steadily preaching dissension, and they can not be more highly complimented than to say they helped beat Watt Hardin and elect is McKinley. The Courier-Journparticularly active in its opposition to harmony and success. Seeing in the DispaU.li its own successor to the respect and support of the Democrats of Kentucky, it is madly and foolishly trying to.pull dnwn the temple of Democracy upon its own superan-uate- d l, al N circass. The Louisville Dispatch is the product of necessity. The Democratic party needed an organ, and it was called into existence. Now let us support k. It is not, like the Courier-Journabacked by a wealthy syndicate. It is the people's paper in fact, owned by them, and must derive its support from them. It y.lready has a larger list of readers than any other morning daily published in the State, and its success is assured. Rut it should have at least fifty thousand subscribers This would make cerof tain and ppeedy the Republicanism, which owes its supremacy now to the bad counsels of and its cuckoos, the Courier-Journa- l the Times and Post. Stand by the Dispatch. l, over-thro- UNDER WALTON'S LENSES FRANKFORT APPEARS THUS. Stanford JonrnaL" but if I was I wouldn't want anything better than to give odds of two to one that John "NV. Yerkes will bo Collector of this district and General Dan. K. Collier, Surveyor of the Port at iouisville. "All .the signs point that way and a great many people all over the State will rejoice in their selection. Except Chief Justice Lewis, who a distinguished and military tearing, and Judge Painter's mammoth moustache, the Court of Appeals is not an imposing affair. Judge Burnam is a good looking man, Sue he wears a sort of expression. Senator Xtadsay was making: powecfel lias . I am not a bettkigman, . KAeeh uciut -- I fcJia in1u4iraAf'-- R Marion- Circuit Court in fining the mugwump administration will rally to L. & N . for discriminating against the Democratic standard. Republicang alliis, the ism with its Lebanon in freight rates., when looked in upon the layout, but it monopolies and the trusts, will be over- In tho Stomach Caused Croat seemed as pearls cast before swine. whelmed with the ballots of a people Suffering Was Confined to tho A prominent Republican said to mo 6lill determined and worthy to be free. Bed But Now Able to Work. Let the Kentucky Democracy lift aloft that "there isn't a man on the bench "In October, 1895, 1 had an abscess In the Democraticbanner and place her again my stomach. I was also taken with pleuequal to your Circuit Judge jn legal I was ability." And yet the court some- at the head of the column, and the other risy and coughed very badly. improve, as they treated by physicians but did not times tells our man that heis wrong. Democratic States will respond ever getting well. did in the Chicago convention when the leave up all hope of My right aide was swollen - id I was not banners of all the States gathered around Joe Blackburn went down with his the standard of Nebraska and proclaimed able to walk across the room and was confined to my bed. I wrts advised to colors flying. 2vo man ever had a more the Democratic leader of the future. try Hood's Sarsaparilla and began taking faithful following and no set of men ever It. In three days 1 coul'd eeo a chango had a better leader. His fight to sucfor tho better. I kept on taking Hood's ceed himself was the most remarkable in Sarsaparilla until I had taken four botthe history of politics. Though he was improve. I am now Miss Margaret Chenanlt returned on tles and continued to dealt a bad hand by the gold Democrats , able to doa good day's work on the farm." he played his cards with consummate Friday from Ft. Garrett. M. E. Mann, Domossville, Kentucky. Miss Annie Wagers, of Irvine, was the skill and only quit when the last one was thrown. Those who claim that but guest of Mrs. Claude Smith, Monday. for his selfishness he might hare elected Mrs. J. W. Alversou, of Stanford, is Martin to the Senate, are ignorant of the visiting Mn. Mattic Alverson, on High facts. At no time were the bolting Re- street. sold by publicans in earnest about voting for Miss Lila Chenault left last Friday for all druggists. Mai tin and at no time could Blackburn ML Sterling to attend Miss Bridgeforth's $1 ; six tor $5. Prepared only by a I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Get Ilood's and only Hood's. have taken his solid strength to him. house party. arc tho beM Senator Blackburn has fought a good Mrs. Perry Karr, of Lexington, has HOOd S PillS pills, aid digestion. 25c fight, but he has not finished his course been the guest of her sister. Mrs. Alice and he will cut and come again as cer- Tnbble for tw o weeks. tain as his name is Joe. CORRESPONDENCE. The marriage of Win. II. Keith and Miss Cora Byrd, in South Carolina, is Did I leave my work and come all reported on our first page. VALLEY VIEW. the way down liere to see Kentucky Mr and Mrs. W. K. Denny came up PERSONAL. further discredited by the election of from Garrard and spent Stiuday with E. L. Ila.len and II. H. Boston went U. S. Senate? Mr. and Mrs. Jas. W. Smith. a Republican to the to Richmond on their "bikes"' Sunday. Not much, though I didn't mind Miss Mary Bennett is at home from a Airs. C. B. Day, of Pineville, is spendwatching the proceedings, if it had to very pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. ing a fen days with her sister, Mrs. I. be done. My mission was at the sugDabney Crenshaw, of Richmond, Vr.. M. Asher. gestion of Governor Bradley to proMiss Anne Freeman left on Wednescure additional legislation for the Misses Mina and Maiia Johnson, ot proposed reformatories and I was suc- day last for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Will Xicholasville, spent Sunday with Miss cessful. Senator Bronston, who in- Rowland and other relatives at Danville. Annie Richardson. Miss Dovey Letcher goes to Kicho-lasviltroduced the bill at the last session humlay evening our little city was to visit her sisters, and procured its passage and Hon. I'. shocked when tho newB reached here C. Spalding, of Marion, who takes Mrs. R. E. Douglas and Mrs. W. S. that 11. C. Douglas", while bathing in great interest in the matter, promised Montgomery. the Kentucky river, two miles below, Mrs. M. A. Kenney, nee Miss Delia had drowned. to have the needed changes made and all the members I talked with prom- Ramsey, of Danville, came over on ised to vote for them. Senators Bron- Monday and is with her mother, Mrs. Estill County. ston and Goebel are leaders in the T. S. Ramsey. General Assembly and they generalMiss Emma Newman returned home Mrs. Ellen Mcrshon Carter and little ly secure what legislation they wish. daughter, of Indiana, are visiting here. this week from Jessamine county. '1 hough very happy in her Hoosier Aliss Nannie Floyd is confined to her home Mrs. Carter still loves her old room with fever, and her death is ex McCREARY'S INTERVIEW. Kentucky home. reeled any moment. I Louisville Dispatch. James T. Hamilton, proprietor of the Air. George W. AMridge was in JackMadison Monumental Works, Richmond. son county this week to visit his aged v of The interview McCraary which appeared in yesterday's Dispatch-ha- s Ky., was here last week in the. interest w lfe, near Drip Rock. the true Democratic ring. He is a of his business. As usual, he got a num iexi Jiouuay, county court tiav. tne believer in the fundamental principles of ber of orders for more work. Spout Democratic party will nominate caudi Democracy, and he recognizes the Jelfer-souia- u Spring, Times. dates for county offices. doctrine of the right of the majorDr. A. W. Johnston, of Danville, got Elder J. T. Turpin. the accominodat ity to rule. in last night. He was in time to attend ing postmaster at Kings Station, was a Dr. visitor in Winston Sunday. Every well informed man on the great the unveiling of the Gross statue. issue which now confronts the American Johnston will go from here to New York, Air. Greely Richardson, one of Locust people must realize that the hope of our wiiere he will marry Miss Lilly Cham Branclie's best Democrats, was among deliverance rests with the success of the berlain, of that citv, on the 27th. Wash his Winston friends this week. Democratic organization. ington Dispatch. Airs. Owen Turpiu, of Hazel Patch, Gov. McCrcary is one of the best in Mme Bredelli w ill organize a summer formed men in the United States on the term in "The art of Singing, Voice Cul- Ky , isisiting her mother, Airs. J. J financial question, and he has been an ture, Solfeggio and Song." Ladies and Edwards, who is dangerously sick. Judge Tiiarp and sons, Bose and Clabe, adocate of internatioicl bimetal. gentlemen who wish to embrace the believing from his know lege and exper- opportunity of Mime Bredelli's instruc went to Lexington Sunday on their ience is a member of ti.e former inter- lion will communicate with Mrs. W. G. whtcls to attend the G. A. R. Encamp ment national monetary commission that in- -' White at once at the Glyndon. ternational agrreine'it was possible; bu: The many frienJs of D. J. Snowdcn A card from Capt. Henry Wygant, it must be evident to him as we judge U. S. A., Douglas,' Sj It Lake and wife are glad to see them out after at Fort from hli iuteniew, that i:ilern..iuii.tl City, Utah, says Mrs Wygant has not an illness of several weeks with fever agreement is now hardly among the yet joined him, though Ben and Philip and grippe. possibilities, and that this country canDied Mav 3d, of old age, Airs. Fannie A letter from Mr. Harry not wait on ehe interests or the conven have arrived. Wygant contains messages for all Rich- Noland, aged So. Burial in family buryience of foreign nations mond friends. He is at Purdue Univers- ing' ground. She leaves a number of The United States must formulate a friends and relatives. ity, la Fayette, Ind. financial policy of itb own. adapted to r, We larn that our neighbor, C. B. Mr. John R. Thomas passed his exthe wants and necessities of its own contemplates moving west to live. people, instead of being a financid amination yesterday, successfully and is We regret to give up Curtis, for he is dependency ot Europeon fiscal magnates now one of the Lebanon bar. John is one of our best citizens. a bright and talented young man and It must mark out a policy of its own and there is little doubt that he will be a take the le.ul of all the nations in HOW S THIS ! finances as well as in material progress credit to his profession and an honor to We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward his family. His examiners were Col. and good government. Fogleand Hon. Finley Shuck. Lebanon for any case of Catarrh that can not be 1 he Dispatch agrees with him in decured by Hall's Catarrh Cure claring thai we must have harmony and Enterprise, F. J. CHENEY & CO. Props., Toledo, A Western girl of advanced ideas has union among Democrats in v Kentucky, 0. and that can only be secured by the suggested to an Eastern journal that a We the undrsighed, have known F. J. patriotic acquiescence in the will of the college be founded and endowed to Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe teach young men the art of majority. He is right m saying: him perfectly honorable in all business with a course for young "The people are sick and tired of mistransactions aud financially able to carry rule, incompetency, mob law. midnight husbands. If the Western girl will come obligations made, by'their firm. to Richmond 6he will find such an Inraids and other evils, which have recentWest & Druggists, stitutionso we judge by the numerous Toledo 0.,Truax, AVholesalo & ly injured the good name of our state. Walding, Kinnan Marvin, Democratic supremacy is needed in Ken- marriages of C. U. boys in this vicinity. Wholesale Druggists Toledo, Ohio. tucky, and it is the duty of all Democrats, In our last issue we failed to note that Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internalin the interest of law and order and good Mr. Joseph Gott. of Hinton, West Va., ly, acting directly upon the blood and government, to unite in all contests and was also on a visit here with his wife. mucous sufaces of the system. Price, All of his old friends are glad to welelect faithful and ellicient Democrats." 7oc per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. His arraignment of the Republican come him home and only wish that he Testimonials , may-5-lfree. party U to forcible and just that it is well could remain "with them permanently, worthy of reproduction aLd emphatic but he says that he will return to Hinton approval. Speaking of the national ad- ibis week or as soon as his little son. ministration, he 6.1) s: William, recovers from an attack of A Sad Drowning. "The Republicans promised euery measels. Henry Clay Douglas, aged CO years, blessing during, the last presidential Mr. Christopher F. Chenanlt. eldest campaign. They have not complied son of the late Anderson Chenanlt, will, unmarried, son of Ailen Douglas, dewith a bingle pledge. They are contin- on May 27, lead to the altar Miss Nancy ceased, well known, well liked, industriuing their reckless expenditure of the Moberley Hume, daughter of the late ous, gentlemanly and companionable, people's money, which extended further Thomas R. Hume, of "Waco. She has, lot his life by drowning on Sunday beyond the billion dollar mark in the like Mr. Chenanlt, many relatives in With some companions he went bathing last congress than ever before. They Madison, and is a highly esteemed and in Kentucky river, near Valley View. have failed to make any real progress beautiful yonng lady. Mr. Ciienault is The others had dressed and were waiting toward reforming an unwise and vicious a prosperous young farmer and quite for him to come out. Hedid so but muddied his feet and plunged in to monetary system, and theirugar-coate- d popular. promise in regard to international Miss Mamie Baldwin, who has been wash them, and his companions walked bimetallism is not only a pretense ior visiting her sister, Mrs. W. 11. Shanks, a short distance when they were atdelay, but its failure already seems prob- returned to Richmond Tuesday. Mrs. tracted by a noise which brought them able. Reduction in value, depression of Shanks accompanied her and will re- to the bank. They saw Douglas was in trade, aud absence of prosperity con- main serveral weeks Miss Nellie trouble and handed him a pole. Extinues to be conspicuous. They hate, Mershon, daughter of Mr. J. B.Mershon, hausted he threw back his head and, however, made haste to increase the bur- has been' chosen to represent Caldwell pmiling, sank to the bottom. His body was not recovered for twelve hours His dens ot taxation. Congress was called in College, Richmond, in the Trigonometry session in ten days after the Repub" contest at Harrodsburg on the 2Sth. funeral took place at the residence of extra Airs. Jas. Alhnan, yesterday, and lican president was inaugurated, and al. Miss Mershon is the youngest of her Mrs. America Rout, who was largely attended. Thi6 death shocked though two hundred and forty-fiv- e class of six milthe entire community, and the long prolions of dollars were in the United is past 82, has more treasury and it was not necessary than grand children. She has 15 of the cession was a testimony to his standing htatcs to increase taxation, the most ultra and former and 14 of the latter. Stanford among our people. He was a brother ot Mrs. Tom Karr, Airs. Alhnan, and oppressive tariff bill ever offered was Journal. 'Messrs. Harvey, Alfred, Squire and passed by the house of representatives. The Frankfort Ledger of May 3 has were The Democratic party is today stronger this to say of three, popular Richmond James Douglas. The AV. Tevis, and more compact, more aggressive and girls: a charming little city Alessrs. W. AL Dcvore. W. determined than any deieated parly ever Richmond, Ky., muPt be. Frankfort Cnas. Hendren, Arthur Todd, H. R. was before. Its mission is greater and w as honored last week by a visit from Te is and Roy Roberts. grander than heretofore, for it lias more three of the most attractive young ladies How to Catch Suckers. millions of people to benefit and more that ever glided over the Captial Hotel The dally Argonaut at Lexington Republican iniquities and strongholds to ball room floor. Many belles from many gives timely warning and prints the conquer. I cau't help believing that cities have appeared at that noted ren- following substance of tho state fish Democrats will do their duty, and with dezvous for the lovers of the light law: uuion and harmony there will be victory but nnnever charmed the Frank"It is unlawful to use a wing-ne- t, "I wish to say, also, in closing this fort beaux like Misses Belle McDowell, gill-ne- t, trammel-ne- t or any other conversation, that the Louisville Alary Letcher aud Anna Bennett, all of contrivance for the purpose of catchis doing splendid service. It is Richmond. They were the be!e of the ing fish or that will materially hindei read with much interest by Democrats ball, and memory fails to recall when the passing of fish. The penalty is a where I reside, and it is growing in favor any visitor or received or attract fine of $10 to $25, and in circulation aud will greatly "assist ed more attentions than these young "No drug, poison, or medical bait in securing Democratic supremacy in ladies. They areasbeautifuland accom- shall be used under a penalty of $20 Kentucky" plished as they areattarctivo.aud should to $50 fine. His endorsement of the course which Richmond over decide to choose a Queen, 'The penalty for using dynamite or Tne Dispatch is pursuing is but another it would, I judge, be a xcry difficult matother" explosive is a fine" of $50 to $100 evidence that its mission is one which ter to select one from such an ideal col and if it is not paid it must be worked Misswill commend it to the support of eery lection of Kentucky womanhood. out in jail. Democrat in the state of Kentucky. es McDowell and Letcher were with Mrs "For using a seihe other than dip-n- et Tie Democratic party of Kentucky Samuel Stone on the South Side, until or for setting trap, using ;i drag, and of the nation will declare its prin- Thursday, when they returned home. etc., the fine is from $2o to $50. ciples in no equivocal terms, aud all who Alias Bennett has Ijeen with Miss Mary "Minnows may uo caught in seines believe in them and will loyally stand T. Dudley on Ann street, but is this, does less than ten fo'jt long, by its flag will be invited to enlist under her uncle's family, Mr. Samuel not allow larger fish to bo caught its banner- Bennett on She'by street, South Side. I even in shorter seines. Tlie one great and irrepressible issue of The impression made by these young "Those cases may bt? tried in the the future will be the financial issue, and fadies is one that tvill Jive forever in the circuit? court or before n magistrate, on the Democratic banner will be writ- minds and hearts of those who had the and if the offender is convicted sixty ten the bold declaration in favor of the honor aud pleasaie of meeting them.'f per cerit. of the flue goes to the state free and unlimited coiuaee oflwath gold and forty per cent, to t;he official who and silver at the ratio of 10 tel, indesecures tho conviction. pendent of the action of any other na- A Brilliant Success Everyway. l)vis. Mrs. Courtney Davip, who .n; wii-- l thii deel ration will not be 'l Financially dramatically, mnsic,- in the statutes died at Danville on Sunday, was an aunt ii ti t i t u w niton at Charley's Aunt," of Mrs. Eli Evaii3 and Miss Earle Chen-aul- t, al!y,'itho play, of the U uiled Suites. oP this county, aiid mother ml rendered lastTuesdav'night by local Tiie other great principles of the Democratic party will center upon tLse, and County Attorney WHJflMvia "of Wood- talent was a superb success. Except the millions of people who have looked ford, ..pleasantly rfMW&tbered a.) Eetill Mr. Jlna Neale," an entirely ne'wjand c f of --i...JL'ifti..',..-.i:-' Mtv maun kMt.it d Srr3B.'t in vain, fur relief under Republican "ir7 yoUujer - i" - I blood-suckin- An Abscess T)ut, and it Is no Idle jest when we declare that they crowned themselves with glory of a histrionic character. From pit to domo Whitb'd pretty opera house was crowded, with tho elite of the city and cdunty, and over n hundred dollars wore tho receipts. The orchestra of six prices with Miss Dolla Pigg as piano accompanist, did excellent work and were roundly applauded. The characters wero as follows: rtjrtwi Brower, Scott & Frazee ASPi-TS- , FURNITURE, WALIPAFERS. DRAPERIES. rv5 s5? Woman's Greatest Dislike w PERSONAL,. Stephen Spittigue, Solictor Oxford, Thomas Jones. Sir Francis Chesncy, Late Indian Service, Chas.L:ilIancc. Jack Chesncy, Undergraduate, Jim Neale. , Charley St. Oldo ColWyf-ehem- To J3o Sure That You Get One of the Best Buv the sjfet Sarsaparilla Hoods altcr-amn- lege, S. N. Moberley. Fencourt Rabborloy, Oxford, Win. Park. Rrassett, College Scout, Sam Hughes. Donne Lucia. C'Alvcdorcz, From Rrazil, Olivia Baldwin. Kitty Verdum, Spettigue's Ward. Elsie AlcCowri. Amy Spettiguo, Spottiguo's Niece, Amy Smith. Ela Delahay, Orphan,' Mabel Tcr-ril- l. 'Air. Welch, Winsor, iHodell Or Gunn (Sfy IsSpringClcaiiinjr and why not make it a lit. tie more pleasant for her. A SHE NEEDS A GREAT MANY Whilst all did splendidly, it is due Park to say ho was the "star." As a female impersonator, he. is simply great. The audience was continually interested in tho perct FOLDING BED. Absolutely Safe, Different Woocjs and Finishes. We Invite Inspection. C Wzi le wixsToy. formance and was vocifirous in applause. A feature of the evening was tho mezzo solosof Aliss CassieRothchild, of Louisville, who appeared with her teacher, the renowned and popular Mme. Rredolli, who was'tho signal for generous and prolonged applause. Aliss Rothchild is a pupil of only five months but in all the State it is doubtful if a more brilliant voice is to bo heard. She was encored repeatedly and gracefully responded. It was a rare treat and an "evening" in itself to liften to her and Rredelli's New Things rSl To take the place of those worn out anl tin.-passed entirely out of style. TY'h'n sii. them, she needs them in the. tower. Corner 32-3- 1 matchless accompaniment. To Airs. V G. White the success of the affair was largely due. The proceeds went into the organ fund of tho Christian church. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. f. t' STJXjEIsSjSrn?. Must Be a Good Locality. a i . Kv-Oo- PLO "We A SPR have Splendid Entertainment. With due respect to our University, and to our local musical and dramatic talent, we have enjoyed nothing quite so much in ",earsas the contest last Saturday night between the of Caldwell High School for representation to the Blue Grass Graded School Tournament to be held at Harrods'nirg Alay 27, 2S, and 29. To Prof. J. D. Clark is due the inauguration of these entertainments by our public school children, and they are attended by immense audiences, are peculiarly enjoyable, and have lifted our graded school to a higher plane iu the respect of our citizens. Alay these exhibitions long continue, as thev are of a liigh character, interesting and entertaining beyond all others of a similar na- rics produc plowing th students M not already cannot affoi a call. E equipped lis our stock. The vicinity of 5th and Xorth Street ought to be an exemplary neighborhood, if the law of environment holds good. Four ministers reside right close together up there and we will wager that the chicken thieves are as scarce as chickens in that end of town. The following preachers live on the same square: Dr. Young, Methodist pastor; Dr. McCown, pastor of the Baptist church; Dr McMillen, of the Second Presbyterian, and Elder Lloyd, of the Christian church. I. M. Poyntz. Just as the blare of G. A. R. trumpets, the crash of musketry, and the tramp of soldiery are waking the echoes and shaking the soil of Lexington, a letter comes from President Boyd, of that city, notifying Dr. J. M. Poyntz of his appointment as Brigadier General in the Kentucky Division United Confederate Veterans. Ttie honor comes none too early to our fellow towsman, whose indefatigable labors have rendered him conspicuous among the Veterans of the Confederate Army. He will have jurisdiction over bix Camps, and the Sons of Confederates, Posts hereabout. Brig. General -- Jane 10 delivered at V. . Mrs. C. Widuey Cobb, of Red House, put 12 pounds wvh on th- An Artistic Specimen. nee Miss Croom, of Jackson, Tenn., is an artist of ability, as is evidenced by the excellent oil portrait of Miss Royce, on exhibition in White & Gibson's window. It is rare that portraits these days are produced by free hand drawing, as the solar print and photographic outline are used largely to enable the artist to "fill in" with colors without the trouble of Mrs reproducing the entire figure. Cobb's painting of Miss Royce is an animated and faithful likeness, and if her work in crayon, pastel, etc, are as good she will have little trouble to get all the orders the wants. The Democrats Declare. for Jerry CaMtril, ot them in "ctober and got some money, notwithstan'Lnj prices of fced . H disposing of a good del of r Joe Robinson sold h - to Wm. Bettis for 540. J. C weighed up 30 cattle this turning on grass aad foan-- i x weighed 1,235 bow again- - ' is a gain of 274 ponn la . -for his winter's feeding, i farmers can see that it pars their feed, and feed their ea -- - jrt, shelter. J. E. Brace gr.t -- M On Saturday last the following Democratic candidates put up their entrance fees and were declared eligible to be placed upon the.ballots for the primary. May 29, the others having withdrawn : County Judge P. H. Sullivan. County Attorney J. Tevis Cobb. Circuit Clerk S. H. Thorpe, D. H. Breck. Do-zic- County Clerk John F. Middleton. "White, H. K. ture. Tiie follow ing was the varied urogram: . Instrumental Contest. Staccato Etude .. Mo3sie Parrish Air de Ballad Stella Burns Declamatory Contest, Boys 'A Plea for Ireland Roscoe Reeves There Is a God Kichard Gentry Death of Arnold Carlyle Maupin The Gladiator .Lawrence Perkins Vocal Contest. He Is Coming Back Again, LittleGlrl. Ruth "Wiggins Somebody Love Me Fanny Prather Blue Eyes Nellie Jacobs . . Katie Hacker Hunting Four-lea- f Clover Declamatory Contest, Girls. Paul Venarez Mildred Gormley Paul Revere's Ride Luxie Ballard McClain's Child Sadie Baughman How Ruby Tlayed Mary Traynor Some Views of Life Cecil Smith r Annie McCollum Interlude Composition love-maki- ng post-gradua- te ' More Tell Gate Raids. The toll gate north of Buckeye was destroyed Tuesday night by a mob of raiders and the usual threats and orders were made and given. On account of washes made in the road, the board of directors had met Tuesday and agreed to abandon the collection of toll until it could be repaired. They aim to resume collection in a few days near town, where toll has been collected lately for the entire distance, but only in daylight. The road is now open to the Kentucky river, a distance of 15 miles. Stanford Journal. Determined lo Honor Mr. Jones. m LOCAL, (Fanny Prather Tiie judges were as follows: On Declamation. Revs. Young and Smitii, and Hon. J. A. Sullivan. On Alusic, Aliss Lucia Burnam, Airs. Jason Walker and Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith, who announced the following winners: Richard Gentry first, Roscoe Reeves second; Katie Hacker first, Fanny Prather second; Mary Traynor first, Sadie Baughmau second; the first named will represent C. II- - S. at Harrodsburgi whilst gold medals were given to the three second best performeis named above. This interesting item from Harrodsburg appeared iu Monday's Louisville Dis- The Climax has a valued subscriber in Blackstock, S. C, Mrs. James Jones, nee Miss Pattie Dudley, of tnis place, whose husband, a wealthy farmer Jjs extremely popular with his neighbors and farm attaches. Not long ago twin boys were born to the wife of one of his trusty colored servants, and being desirous of honoring his employer the man named both the boys after Mr. Jones, calling one Jeems and the other Jimmie. Farm and Trade. To this day these pickaninnies anC. Vanoy sold to E. P. Woods a bunch swer to those names, and wonder why of hogs at 31c Columbus Bishoy strangers Jaugh at them. has sold to J. W. Allen his lambs for self-contr- ol Sheriff H. H. Colyer Fiscal Court News. Jailer P. B. Broaddns, J. C. Lackey, The principal transaction-Fisc- al A. T. Fish, S. A. Deatherage. Court since our last Assessor A. J. Broaddus, T. O. Currv, purchase of the Mill C. Miller. J. pike. 3 miles ! Superintendent of Public Schools J. the sum of $2u0; the Moran - M W. Wagers, William Crow. Legislature Dr. E. Xorthcutt, W. W. Silver Creek and Barnes Mi! 6 miles, for $1,700. These tw Combs. will be Jmade free about M A College Boy's Narrow Escape. The Court is practically una The balmy weather of Saturday last en- in favor of free turnpike- ticed several college boys into the river committee of D. P. Arm-- r for a swim, and one young man had Coy and E. C. Million are n an experience that doubtless will cause with all the pike compaiu-th- e him to hang upon the walls of his memopurchase of their ry that ancient ditty, They will, as far as pra. i "Mother, may I go out to swim? ble and within Constitutional Yes. my dearest daughter. tations, get possession of til Hang your clothes on a hickory limb, pikes in the county, and at tl But don't go near the water." eral election in November wi A The young man was R. M. Rice, a stu- less submit the question of th- - i. dent from Campbellsville and his rescu- of bonds to the vote of the er was Prof. E. T. Benton, of MtSterling. This court is determined to car j The former went under three times, but the will of the people as x i never lost and kept on swim- at the polls last fall, and ming until help reached him. Cobb has been unti As Clay Douglas, a resident of this his efforts to expedite the matter place, last his life near tfce same place It was agreed to subscribe il next day, Mr. Rice will remember his per mile to aid the construct:' escape with added vividness the Bereaand Scaffloid C'an- ; k which will be made free upon o ha-th- e I -. -- of nice wool from his she-- j which are Sonthdowae. T -best wool was fixed at 16c at u. burg meeting. J. H. Ba Co. received from Chiea?) W car load of wheat wbich cr- -t here. They also got a car .'.a from Louisville at SI J0 h?re ell & Harper, of the West Fn 1. of various parties a lot of lam -10 delivery at 5c. They sold t ker, of Sugar Creek, lSd stock L Stanford Journal. - -- . -- - i - pletion. The court is debating the proportion of paying ilJOO per nal- Lexington pike about 20 cents on dollar. " -- patch. "Alany of our people, especially the younger portion of the community, are anticipating a good time at the bluegraes graded school tournament which will be held here Alay 27, 2S and 29. At least 200 visitors are expected, and airange-menhave been effected whereby they are to be hospitably entertained. The schools that will bj lepresonjed in the tournament are as follows: "Harrodsburg, Lawrenceburg, Richmond, Paris, Winchester, Cynthana, Somerset, Eminence, Veisailles, Nicholas-vihe- . Stanford, Danville and Georgetown. 'The musical and declamatory exercises will be held at the on the 27th and 2Sth, and the athletics will be at ttie fair grounds the 29th. Each af terncon, at Witherspoon park, a game il baseball will be played for a silk flag and tiie championship of Kentucky, between On the some two of the named citizes. 20 tli, in the granded school building, beginning at 9 o'clock a. in., there will be the conte-i- t for the prizes in all the common and high school branches, orthography, nrilhtnetie, grxmnnr, etc. This will be the sixth annual'toutcst." Here's hoping Richmond will bring-ts opera-hous- e -- r ' ". y W - ; & liL-sist- r, e () r- a rc &y jimmi . & .) According to one authority the wont "dollar" is a corruption of the German word "thaler." the form in Dutch being daalder," Danish "daler," and Italian 'tallero'' All these different forma were derived from Joachim's Thai, a Bohemain town, where the Count of SchlicV, 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 gained 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 ferat currency. In coinage the word 'dollar is a favorite, being found under various spellings in almost every part of the globe " The value of a dollar has so increased ot late that it will now purchase twice as much as formerly, particularly in dry goods, clothing, and gent's furnishings at the New York Store, next to Farmer's National Bank, Richmond, ed Globe-Democr- at, .v. mm mm mm Mm mm mm mm mm mam v i pall-beare- rs x- - Si fan-tazt- ic: Dis-pai- ch s home some prizes. WW I m y.t. Ky. m Minnesota 'hardeuaro dealers formed a Stale affociatiui. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, now-visitin- g lut CREAM fes , - - w - ' - - - ri DEAtHS. BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. 1 gi-.- -- -- rc , r.-:- "- T- L 'n -- 4 .a. 2S-- -" tS- st - 7. c .if i - ru '- - -- ' - Grape Qeam of Tartar Powder. Free, frwn ArnmofMa,'AJurn.or any other" a'duforent, Afi t YEARS THE STANDARD. A pure "r LlJIta yJ yl 1 ww f ITfcT pn Ji "" " f .T w y' ""P""Z-wpJ- qi t 'm m . j m wu m 9 sxyZZIryr-tSYtJ- F SJ If-- '2 ' 0 v 'Si s, f-" , tt ?5 - If ' ""i " ''. - " - c "- - jj i The Richmond Climax. -- Lookout for Them 1 contributions both poetry and prose, - - 1S97. twa Mrs Belle Roybum, who wields an 12, WEDNESDAY, MAY exceplmnally facile pen. Her poems are sonps of the heart, and cannot fail to a. candidate for; C. D, Samuels is touch a responsive chord wherever read. Coroner. Ihcse contributions will appear in the s buiisy, surrey or near future. For a tf pbacton, call on Jolm Donelson. Emmitt Wheeler Slabbed. Corn is selling in the Paint Lick row at Mrs. Charlie Turner's Inn neighborhood at?2.00 per barrel. school entertainment at Poosey 15ae ball amo between C. U. and Ridge, Wednesday night, Emmitt heeler was stabbed by Roscoo tatr College on Saturday, in this Sanders iu the right side, inflicting a ntj dongerous wound. Sanders was arVery low rato of $1.50 to Cincinrested by Doputy Sherifr Dtidlov and nati and return Sunday May ICtli, released on $100 bond. i ta L. & . Don't Want Ifiucli. i aldwell High School children Mr. W. P. Prewitt writes from w dl find something of special hiter-- , Kirksville: vj m our first. Wanted, to Exchange Two vears J. M. Kille bought of A. S. Coyle and seven months' paid-u- p subscrip;tme . harness mare, Dolly "W., tion to tho Weekly-CouriJournal ., i. rday for which he paid $150. for ono year paid-u- p subscription to l'.or House Keeper Roberts now iiie ceKiy Dispatch. inmates, being the smal-l,-KCTEVIS, Kirksville. number he has had for some Shocked by Lightening. first-clas. er -- .i - Ur. , i I I.andman4 the oculist and ,.ian. of Cincinnati, will be at the ..i- - House on Wednesday next, ' M m.t. Hoiky Creech, age about 45, tilj respected lady of the Waco ,itMirliood, died on the 4th inst, t, i m jiaralysis. Yll members of the Pattie A i ,a Infirmary Association are earn-,- to attend a called t in at .'o'clock ;, i . - to-da- v. t v iMtto John Doneleon's carriage that he has the ne if busies, surries, phaetons, er thplajeil in Ilielmiond. tf will convince you t.i-- ..! -- . J. I). (Mark and Mr. "V. H. purchased yesterday, the on the cor. Main and First owned by the Richmond ouipany. I . ( i.imai is still receiving 'utimis for the Southern flood . Send one cent or one dol- .i it will be dispatched to the i ! homeless. want it distinctly understood It hough we had to pay for Tipton's lvat, we did not set ; to his No 12 shoes which he i into last Friday. .n want to be astonished call as n .. - Miilkiiraud examine his luruuclies, phaetons, buggies and .v. ms and get his prices for same. n- -t an afford to ride in a vehicle I- ruvA. c tf . oiitmciicing May 17th, the C. & I ington will resume con- ti with L.. & X. train arriving - . p. in. Close connection "ii all trains via L. & X. loth to .in James Dennv was simd.--! lighteuinf while passing under a tree during a storm at Cottonsburg. He was knocked over a fifteen-foembankment, bruising his face terribly. His wife and child were knocked down by the shock while in the house men. But their dealings are what we occasions, as nice as she is knowing, thirty yards away. refer to. They have the largest dry as brainy as she is bright, as ready A goods store in Richmond, and a stock as she Is rythmical,. as delicate as Merchant. Desirous of reaching the major of coods that command the admiration she is delightful, and as womanly portion of; the buyers of Madison of purchasers and the envy of competit- and wise as she is witty. Now permit me to say in concluors. Spring and summer goods are there county. Mr. Strong, tho in abundance and the ladies have found sion, that if you have ever in your merchant, advertises in the Climax. Wo have known him for a dozen out where to get the styles that rage in life, away in the "back precincts" of years, and have no hesitancy in com- New York, where Mr. White purchases your mind, had the most shade of a shadow of the semblance mending him again as one of the his goods. of an inclination of a doubt about most progessive, and reliable citiUneasy Rests the Head, Etc. woman's ability to tattle, just read zens. He has bargains and he sells It was announced some time ago the Louisville Times or lend your as he advertises. that our local pension examiners ears to Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller were resting easy because, although whom Republicans Nominate. I have the honor and pleasure The following candidates were Democrats, they were under the civil of introducing this evening. chosen at the big Republican Con- service rules, and would be retained vention here last Saturday: County during life and tho continuance of Judge, Waller Rennett"; County good behavior. Not so, however, Clerk, L. E. Griggs; Circuit Clerk. Commissioner of Pensions Evans has Harry E. Allen; County Attorney, announced that not a single pension Cure sick Grant E. Lilly; Sheriir, Coleman C. examiner, and there are over 400 in taste la the headache, bad mouUi, coated II! Wallace; Jailer, J. C. Armstrong; the service, comes under the civil tongue, gas In tho stomach, service classification. Ho intends to dlntreii and Indigestion. Do Assessor, Ren F. Cotton; Superinnot weaken, but have, tonic effect. IS cents. tendent of Schools. U S. Coyle; Sur- discharge all tho Democrats and fill The onlj lilli to take with Hood's SarsaparlUa. veyor, James T. Roggs; Coroner. their places with good Republicans. Ex Gov. Wait, of Colorado, addressed Theo. L. Goodlet. An Old Citizen Dies. St. Louis unionists. Call Upon Squire John P. Long For County On account of his perfect health of Fifty Dollars a week easily made. mind and body, it was believed and Agents wanted in every locality Judge. for Hon. The call upon Squiro James Long hoped that Mr. Austin Ballard would W J. Bryan's great and .only book, "The last week was iatendeuto have been survive many years, or at least lound First Battle," The bestseller every proupon Squire John P. Long. The mis- out a century, having been born duced. Agents are taking as many as take was due vo the fact that the cal- August 22, 1802. But on Wednesday 200 orders per week. Beware of fraudlers did not get the initials correct. last he received a hard fall which ulent imitations. Send foroutfit and be'Squire John P. Long is the man who produced his death on Saturday and gin work at once. W. B. Conkey Comso valiantly stood by the Democrats this aged, respected, and widely pany, Publishers, 341 Dearborn Street, last fall, and the call by Democrats of known citizen was laid to rest yester- Chicago. may-1- 2 2m Union is an expression of their grati- day in our Cemetery. He had Leadville unionists may btart a coseveral children, among them the tude and confidence. ot i. of "operations is the world, and her victims tho entiro human Tho candidates for the various race with all tho nationalities and county offices to be selected in the "appurtennnces thoreof." "No pent-u- p Primary to bo held May 20, by order notico" can "crib, cofQn and conof the Democratic County Com- fine" her powers; tho whole wide mittee, will furnish to the Secretary, world is hers. Win. Jett, or leavo with Cabell H. In knowledge she is supposed to be Chenault, at the Second National omniscient, and in observation ubiqBank, in Richmond, ICy., on or be- uitous. She is equally at homo in fore May 19, 1897, a list of names out the discussion of all themes, whether of which the officers to hold said they be Moses' pentatench or Milton's Primary will bo selected, and the PenserosoRocntgen'6 newly dis. Democratic County Committee is covered X Rays, Dantes' Inferno or requested to ineet in Richmond on Dick Watts' political fortunes; the that day, May 19, for the purpose of crash of thrones, tho ruin of dynasselecting said officers. ties, tho wreck of empires, or the J HON R. CHENAULT. momentous issues that hinge on the Ch'mn. Dem. Co. Com. election of Patrick O'Brien or Mike Mulvanyin "deestrick" 19 or ward Kentucky Wcsleyan Won. one hundred and "forthy-nine- ." Despite the fact that C. U. sent the Her facile pen moves as freely best deelahner she had, Mr. L P. while discussing the "new woman" Evans, to the Declamatory Contest at Lexington on as it does while discussing tho new Friday, she was unable to pull down spring bonnet both of which, you the handsome $25 medal. Mr. Bonta, will allow, are "fcaifully and wonof Harrodsburg, from Ky. Wesleyan derfully made !" Whether on convicts or congressCollege, was awnrded the prize Mr. men; aldermanic honors or Evans' speech was altogother ex patriots, politics or phi cellent, and his defeat reflects no dis- losophy; bloomers or brigands, credit upon his college nor upon Burns, Byron, Browning, Bill Arp. himself. Bill Nye or "Billy Patterson;" the A Firm of Square Men. Kentucky Colonel of the The above is figurative, for neither. sort or the base ball variety the White nor Gibson are "squnre" made "Tattler" is every where and on till Inter-Collegiato astral-phenomen- NOTICE TO CANDIDATES. sphere CAhCAREfsstimtilateliver, kidneys and bowels. Neversicken, weaken or gripe. 10u. mavl-ly Sew York has a Japanese paper. N.iTT733 Was Needs assistance it may lie best tho render it probably, but one should remember 'to use even the most perfect remedies only when needed. The best and most simple and gentle remedy is the Syrup of of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Company. may-5-lCleveland Italians are organizing. pBJ ex , -- W W The Beautiful Display SXS , -- V S7 N m , - SATE TOU SID17EY TUMBLE? A 50c. trial bottle of Foley's Cure will prevent serious results from this fatal disease. may-5-lm -- v - m W Nv OFWACHI Ii fw I ..'- fxt7Sfev71 A JWvivv? S (S a ""lV Chicago has 40,000 railroad employes. pink-nose- d n WHAT "WE INHBRI7 We arc not to blame for. We cannot be held responsiable for the dispositions aud tend"':ci which we derive from our aneeMiH, nor arc we responsible for the germ A dUcaso which may manifest theniM- V'tf iu our blood as a heritage fniiii farmer generations. But we are o,onsible if we allow these germs to into serias diseases which will impair our usefulness and destroy our happiness. We are responsible if we transmit to our descendants the diseases getms which it is possible for us to eradicate by the use of Hood's Sarsjparilla. the one true blood purifier. This medfeine has power to make rich, red blood and establish perfect health iu plabc of disese. de-.cl- qzps i niz -- 'n BU tun mav-5-l- m well-know- n Cleveland has a co operative laundry. d Experience poves the merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla. It cutes all forms of blqod diseases, tones the stomach builds up the stomach, builds up the nerves. It London has 10,000 union compositors. Covington, Ky., April 12, 1897. We have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla in our family for some time, since it cured my mother of kidney trouble and dyspepsia. My daughter has also been cured of pimples and sores by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood's Pills I believe there is no medicine equal to Hood's Sarsaparilla as a blood purifier and we cheerfully recommend it. Joseph Hepp, 804 Ciescent Ave. BUSY BEE T t ! Hood's hS III Eccd'3 Pills aro the favorite family cathartic. Easy to take, gentle, mild. 25c. It a Chicago piano finishers struck cut. A JW HK ' . Is the Talk ""of the Town. - " s Wm " ogaiiibt troin ilu-'- Lexington. may!2-t-f Dr. Frazee's Long Service. J. Frazee will not thank the will probably be fine driving public roads of the county for the Climax for making him out a very -iiiniitli. A new and handsoiue old man, but his appointment last Friday by the Fiscal Court to be Jail ,. tan be enjoyed leyoiid measure Physician for the coming four years .i .lolm Donel&on and he can sup-..- u will justify this with anything from a road Elected without opposition, should he i to a clo-c- d tf carriage. Dr. L. suspicion i i..'ii the few colored sub- -' - of tho Climax J. K. Huguc--i i.l liiion City, may he noticed, n oneof our readers for five n' i'- -. Ho (Miiif in on Monday and -- I survive tho term, Dr. Frazee will have served twenty consecutive years as Jail Physician of Madison county, a compliment to his ability, fitness and satisfactory services. Stockholders Meeting. second wife of T. S. Bronston, deceased, of this city, Mrs. Omera White, of Texas, and Davis Ballard, of Illinois. A number of descendants of the third and fourth generation also survive, among them Jas. C. White, Mrs. II. E. Allen, A. B. Stone, John Bronston, Clinton and Mary Allen aud John B. Stone. A considerable estate is left. operative department'store. I i l.i up for another nit H publican. liou-- c year. He is a l m-Ii- mioubtcdly the cheapest gro-- r in Central Kentucky is :iault it Co., on 2d .St., Jtich-i- i d. Ky. They handle only stand-T- 'l and sell them for less than cheap houses charge for -- tuir. v J3. Uhenault & Co. I .ijTL'N-t- f Itrnoltls, of Rodbourn, located at Richmond for a w hil'. Mr. Reynolds tells us t! at hhipped dH.OX) ties to the C. '1. V I) railroad the other day. Mr. nold lia shipped over $100,000 .(''- tlier. Mt. Sterling Sentinel. Still ahead of them all. Thoy aii'i touch our low prices on first- l.i irmecrif's. Some may attempt it !ut nivaribly fall by the way side. ill days are a tiling of the past at 1). Chonault & Co. out store - W. W. i -- 'rt . There will bo a meeting of the Stockholders of the Richmond and Lexington Turnpiko Road Company at the ofllce of the Farmer's National Rank, Richmond, Ky., on Saturday, May 22, 1897, to consider the propriety of selling that part of the road lying between Richmond and Kentucky river. It is import ant that Stockholders bo present iii person or S. S.PAKKS, by proxy. mv!2-2- t President. Ho, For Shelbyville. - ! - 1 ;li2s-t- f Central University cadets this year will take place Friday, the 4th inst. Shelbyville has been selected as the place, the mayor of that city having extended a very cordial invitation for the visit. The cadets will leave by the R. X. I. & R. at G:05,a. m., train ; returning leave Shelbyville at 5:4G p. m. Fare for the round trip, $1. Tickets good until following Saturday. The annual outius of th A Difficult will find a hammer and nails in the bureau drawer. If your room gets to warm open the window and sec the fire escape. If you are fond of athletics and like good jumping lift the mattress and see the bed spring. If your lamp goes out take a feather out of the pillow that's light enough for any room. Don't worry about paying your bill ; the house is supported by thefounda-tio- The cure of Rheumatism has often taxed medical skill, hut it's prevention No newsbovs in Berlin. has been very easy by an occasional use are tue n,ost 'a,al f I of Simmons Liver Regulator. It keeps n" diseases. IDVUkiVi the liver well regulated, and the system Foley's Kidney Cure free from poison. Therein is the sceiet a Guaranteed remedy or money refundof health, "I have used it for years for ed. may-5-lIndigestion and Constipation, and also America has 1S.750 flour mills. found it gives one relief from a touch of Rheumatism." N. Hughes. Lordbburg, Don't Tobacco Spit end Smoke Tour Life Away. A Great Change at Slate Lick. N-IT you waut M. It aud forever, be to quit tobacco using easily Col. Bob Gill 2ii has adopted the matte well, stroiur, magnetic, of new following rules for his Cosmopolitan At a recent meeting 100 men joined full wonder-worke- life and vijror, take that, makes weak men tho Hoiel at Slate Lick : the St. Louis Carpenters' Union. strongr. Manv gain ten prcmls in ten days. Over 100,00) cured. Buy of your Guests are requested not to speak When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, drop-gistunder guarantee to cure, 50c or to the dumb-waite- r. candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c tl.CO. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. Sterling UemedyUo.,ClnauroorNow York. Those wishing to do a little driving mayo m r, -- or two of Foley's Honey and Tar will prevent an attack of pneuinania, crip or severe co'd if taken in time. Cures Coughs, Colds, Crono, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, Difficult Breathing, Hooping-cough, Incipient Consumption, or Bronchitis. Gives relief in advanced stages of Consumption, Asthama or Bronchitis. Guaranteed. may-5.1As-that- :t may save totjh life. dose Jj W pV I I Call And See Them " - And Get Prices. "l & vSJ eWi 1 U-.J- J ilM'i H isOs W 10 OLDHAM & COMPANY il? Ml M: Spring Meeting 0, M, Jlfe B" ' M ITPHIPlliHJ jfi TFMi lyr n. It is rumored that Colonel Charles Rowland, of this city, is really responsible for these regulations. Distinguised Lady Visitors. One niglit last week as two gentlemen, aprs-t- f whose names wo withhold for fear of beHow are you fixed for a straw ing killed were walking home up Main Kit? If not. come and see our dis- street, they parsed another gentleman, play of the "Hopkins," a hat that whose name we omit for reasons best I a- a finish and get up about it that known to ourselves, who was also enroute thcyall try to copy but can't equal home, in the bright moonlight holding it. Yet they cost you no more than an umbrella over himself. The latter was what you have usually been paying deep in meditation over his good deeds, meteorological f'r straw hats. Covington & Mitch- - unmindful conditions, when he was halted by the 11. two pedestrians who informed him that Wwtuii. Board in nice private fam- the moou was shining. "Eh," said he, ily in Richmond for gentleman and wife, as he lowered the parachute without a ! will furnish the room if necessary, smile, "it was raining day before yesterftate price per week. Address box 109, day," and ho proceeded on his way. Nicliolasville, Ky. Now the question suggested to our minds was, "which of you fellows wa5 drunk?" A Beauty. Mrs. Win. Irvine takes the palm for MR. BALDWIN DECLINES. t ie until fashionable vehicle in the city. It is a nice one-horopen coupe with tiie driter on a tall seat in front. It came lidiror uiunax: from Atlanta but the freight was 551.26. I see in the last issue or your paper tha"t have been- called upon by Reception Social. se changing Spring - L'om old things are passing away. thing rule the day, and n. ar.-istrict accordance with all tin- - newness. We have new styles :i mi ry hamlMHiie ones, and new pnc. s whicti will meet your warm !'I"l'roal. Covington & Mitchell. onic, get our prices on all kinds of groceries, queensware, etc., and ":niar- them with the prices of other Mot. son goods and you will liml lis to be at least 15 to 25 per cent. iieaper than any grocery house in i). Chonault & Co. Iticlnnond. 1'. n-- ry thing ih Operation. - first-cla- ss The most difficult and delicate operation within the domain of Gynaecological surgery was successfully performed here last Friday by Dr. II. 11. Gibson, assisted by Drs. Heath, Yaujhtand Frazee. The condition necessitated the removal of all the organs of reproduction, on account of their adhesion to the in The tumor testines and bladder. The patient is weighed 10 pounds. doing nicely. Absent Minded But Not Drunk. and The First Presbyterian church will "ive a reception and social at the ltoine of Dr. Blanton on Thursday evening next from 8 to 11 o'clock. A cordial invitation to the church and congregation. Ite-v- . Stanford's Loss. Kuier Joseph Sevekance went to Memphis Tuesday to make arrangements to leave his pastorate in that city, sirs the Stanford Journal. Mr. Severance's father lately died, which will probably cause his son to retnrn to S.anford. Joseph Severance, r., the lamented father, was a brother of that grand man, John Severance, deceased, lMe County Clerk of Marion, who was loved by people of all classes, and conditions, irrespective of party. His widow and children still reside in Lebanon, Lunette, known in Richmond, who is now Mrs. Dr. Cox, of Nelson county, lew counties ever had more popular citizens than John.and Joe Severance. May the Johns and Joes of Hie respective fainiles emulate the qvxlUiee ex-ce- Pt '"i ;bte miners. r!l "Many Voters" to make the race for tho Legislature. Please allow me to say to "Many Voters" through the. Climax that I highly appreciate their compliment and for the expressions of their confidence and regard I am deeply grateful. These alone aro more to be esteemed than office. My friends, I promise you that all my energies shall bo directed in the futuie, as theyhavo been in tho past, toward the very highest typo of good citizenshin. thnt Iinay at all. times and under all circumstances command the respect of iny fellow citizens. But I realize ilint tho consolation and contentment' of a successful be to aro business Ijfo to the ambitions and preferred Emoluments of a possible unsuccessful legislator. There are things connected with the life of every politician that are uncongenial to my tastes. With much thankfulness and appreciation,! respectfully decline to accept the call, and remain as over, xour iuuuuf BAMWJr. i fpwer. I - .E. Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller, the inimitable editor of the "Tattler Column" of the Louisville Times, appeared before an audience of the elite of this city on Friday last, delighting her hearers with several of her most noted productions, interspersed with solos by Mrs. Wolfe, a sopranist without a peer in tho Falls City. Miss Miller has recited before ten thousand people and has never failed to charm. Her writings and sayings are so bright and pungent that they compel admiration, whilst her personality is simply irresistible. She is the idol of the Ky. Press and numbers admirers only by the limit of her acquaintance. Of Mrs. Wolf, only words of praise are heard. As a pupil of Mine. Bretlelli, a warm reception in advance was guaranteed her, but after hearing her superb voice the praise was enthusiastic which fell from every music lover's lips. This critique is from Miss. Pattie, an interested listener, herself a pupil of Bredelli: "It is seldom our privilege to hear so finished a vocalist. She sang without effort and her tone production is unusually fine. Her first number, "Do Quai Soavi," by Donzetti, was rendered with much expression and suited her voico admirably. The little lullaby, "Hush My Darling," by Bovan, was sung in a most artistic manner. The Spinning Song, by Cowen, showed fine training and much careful study." After tho entertainment Dr. and Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith tendered to their distinguished guests a Press Lunch to which the newspaper fraternity was invited. Mrs. Jason Walker, Mrs. Ed Hume and Mrs. Mamie Stockton assisted in receiving the "journalists," among whom were Messrs. Pilcher and Logan, of the Nicliola8villo Democrat, and Col. Craddock, of Paris. Mrs. Walker played the Mrs. Wolfe who was forced to respond to several encores. Mr. 11. W. Miller's introduction of Miss Miller was a darling, but like the afr ship, it couldn't be caught on the fly. This is what Elder George Gowen said at Lancaster recently when the "Tattler" appeared theie. It is a gem and to Col. Will Owsley we aro indebted for this, its first appearance in print: XjAIHKS AND XjESTLKMKJf: The "Tattler" of tho Louisville Times like all other tattlers of all other times, says what she pleases, and if j'ou don't believe that she pleases to say about all that any ouo else could bo expected to say on al most every conceivable subject, theriTcall iniis evidence 'any issue of Jiojv favorite, Rita-Reve-nau- hr Mexico contains 100 cotton mills. May 1J fare round trip via the A "WAEH FEIENJ3. Chicago store. Queen & Crescent Route from all points Foley's Colic Cure is very hot, but s Jcst try a 10c. box of Cascarcts, tl.e when diluted it is a warm friend indeed in the State of Kentucky. The will be in effect daily during the finest liver and bowel regulator ever to those suffering from bowel complaints. meeting. Ask your agent for full parmade. mayl-l- y It never fails. 25c. and 50i. may-5-lapr23 tf ticulars. Ayer's Pills are recommended by leadJapan makes paper underclothing. St Paul coopers struck for an advance. , ing physicians and diuggists, as the most The Westfield (Ind.) Xews prints the prompt and efficient remedy for biliious-nes- s, Southern Baptist Convention. nausea, costiveness. indigestion, following in regard to an old resident of The Convention meets this year at that place: "Frank McAvoy, for many sluggishness of the liver, jaundice, aud C May nth to 14th. and sick headache; also, to relieve colds, years in the employ of the L., X. A. & Wilmington, N. , C. Ry. here, says- - I have used Chamit will interest every one concerned to fevers, neuralgia, and rhematism. It berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea know that the Queen it Crescent Route Chicago structural get Reined j' for ten years or longer am never offers round trip tickets 6old with liberal 45 cents an hour. without it in my family. I consider it limile at half rates for the occasion. , The train service of the Queen &. CresAs the strength of a building depends in my family. I consider it the best remof tho kind manufactured. I take cent Route is not excelled anywhere in upon the solidity of foundation, 60 health edy depends uon the condition of the blood. pleasure in recommending it.'" It is a the South. Tickets will be sold via To expel impuriti and cause the vital specific for all bowel disorders. For sale either Harriman Junction or Chatta nooga, and are good on limited trains by W. G. AVhite Richmond, Ky. fluiil to become vigorous and without extra charge. may-5-lAyer's Sarsaparilla is the most powerful Solid tr?ins Cincinnati to Harriman or and effective mediciuc in use. It Kentucky is first in hemp output. Chattanooga. Through Pullman DrawSome New York bakers will parade ing Room Sleepers; close connections for Tetter, and Hczcma. on June 12. Wilmington. The intense itching and smarting inciO. L. Mitchell, Division Passenger dent to these diseases is instantly allayed A person is prematurely old when baldby applying Chamberlain's Eye and Agent, Chattanooga. C. W. Zfll, Divisness occurs before the forty-fif- th year. Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases ion Passenger Agent, Cincinnati. Use Hall's Hair Renewer to keep the have been permanently cured by it. It W. C. Rirkaissok, scalp healthy and prevent baldness. It is equally efficient for itching piles and Gen'l. Pas'r. Agt., Cincinnati. a favorite remedy for sore nipples; Illinois convicts no longermake cigars. chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites apr2S tf sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. The Longer you neglect a cold the har- and chronic EASILY A per it is to get rid of it. Tlio very first I)r. Cady's Condition Powders, are niFTY DOLLARS In "WEEK locality forMADE T Hon. every symptom should bo met with a dose of just what a horso needs when in bad W. Agents wanted book, "The First Battle." Bryan's preat condition. Tonic, blood purifier and The J.best seller ever produced. Agents are Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. This famous vermifuge. They are not food but talcing as many as 200 orders per week Beware remedy will cure it whether of short or medicine and the best in use to put a of fraudulent imitations. Send for outfit and once. W. B CONKEY COMlong standing. It horso in prime condition. Price 25 begin work at PANY, Publishers, 311 Dearborn Street, may!2-Scents rJer package Leeds ('Eng.) woolen opratives get Chicago cigarette license is $100. from$Jto$5 a week. A school for cash girls is Lexington Races. run by a low-rate- will on May 1st sell choice meats at 12Jc. per lb. As the demand for stock h entirely too great to sell same at 10c. I A T m to make a succe. Your patronage is most earnestly solicited. 'apr28-4- Jxo. II. Thorpe. Sir Knights, Attention! SS.lo Richmond to llopkinsville and return via R. N. I. & B., May 18th and 19th, good until May 22d. TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL. iron-worke- most direct line to Xasii-vill- e, only $0.83 for round trip from Richmond ; tickets on sale every day. mayo tf II. !N. & B, I. Popular Store and your money will be refunded without question or argument. Business is carried ipon Strictly Cash Basis to all alike and this fair and square guarantee goes with every sale. If :uiy purchase fails to please after yon have it home bring it back i' M life-givin- g, May Fechheimer. Jacob S. Fechheimer. A. ii Iglaner. HOITBST Salt-Rheu- m MlekrkJIlQ., Cincinnati's Leading Clothiers QUALITIES, LARGE ASSORTMENTS and LOWEST PRICIS Arvo Are looked after b the old reliable, who now deals in Wonting Apparel for males only. Chi-cag- 8. w j iLOTHING, SHOES, Merchant Furnishings, FOR iVlen aricl Boys. Tailors, Hats 18 jlik? all .tattlers From the Fairhaten (N. Y.) Register. Mr. James Rowland of this village, states that for twenty-fiv-e years his wife has been a sufferer from rheumatism. A few nights ago she was in such pain that she was nearly crazy. She sent Mr Rowland for the doctor, but ho had read of Chamberlain VPain Balm and instead of going for the physician he went to the store and secured a bottle of it. His wife did not approve of Mr. Rowland's purchase at first, but nevertheless applied the Balm thoroughly and in an hour's time was able to go to sleep. She now applies it whenever she feels an ache or a pain an'd finds that it always gives relief. He says that no medicine which A California chemist has robbed Castor she had used ever did.her as much good. Oil of its bad taste. Lazol is its name. The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by W. It G. White Richmond, Ky. may-5-lMillwaukee carpenters want 25 cents America has 1.000,000 tramp3. an hour on June 1- Everybody Saj So. Cascarets Candy Cathartic, tho most wonWomen are not the only ones who are derful medical discovery of tho age, n cas-aaccompa-niments'fsensitive about their ages. A man doesn't and refreshing to tho taste, act gently and positively and like to be told that ho is getting old. cleansing tho on kidneys, liverdispelbowels, colds, entire system, Health keeps a man young. It doesn't cum headache", fever, and biliousness. Pleoso buy and try a box make-andifference if he has lived eighty of O-- C. C. 10, i". Ml ccnt-t- . fciotdand year.'.-- If they have been healthy year?, guaranteed to euro by all drucgiots. he will be hale and hearty and won't look The States contain 9,000000 farmers. Good within twentyyearsasoldaaheis. digestion and rich, red bllood make peo' "IT IS THE BEST, ON EARTH." ple look youthful. Br. Pierce's Golden That is what Edwards & Parker, merMedical Discovery makes rich, red blood. chants of Plains, Ga., say of Chambcrlan's It makes health in the right way. It Pain Balm, for rheumatism, lame back works according to the right theory, and deep seated and muscular, pains. Bold by in 30 years of practice, it has proved that W. G. White Richmond, Ky, the theory is absolutely correct. It begins may-5-- 1 ra at the "beginning begins by putting .the The sea otter's is fur. stomach,liver and .bowels into perfect For Sate or Trade. i but it'begins.itergood work on the two-horvragon, one- spring 6ne blood before it finishes with the digestive system. Ii searches put disease genns wagon, ope cart, and .one itiowing " wherever they jnay be and forces them machine '"Address, j -h 'AU Xyx axPaxkisk,' s; onto! the body.. AUdruRgjcis keep the Rpr8l-4- w "too, iier,. "Discovery." .Jt-i- i: .W- fiichiodfid, Ky. - 3i ' ,!5 ut or liahitnal-constlratiy so - "Going into a decline." How often do we hear this expression. AVhat does it mean? It means that people are losing flesh, growing thin, wasting. The way to correct this condition is to improve the digestion: The condition arises from an inability to eat and digest food. In fact lood does more harm than good because it ferments and putrefies in the stomach, developing poisonous sub-- , stances which when absorbed cause various disorders. What is required is that Ftomach ' be made to perform its duties. The Shaker Digestive Cordial is a food already digested and a digester of food as well. It will make the stomach healthy. Get a book from the druggist and read about it. THE BEST HEUE2Y FOP. REETJ-LZATZ5- M. INDEPENDENCE E0R FIVE DOLLARS. to 23, 5th Street Arc not INDEHENDENCE and GOOD INCOME cheap at $5 00? We will start you in your own business, with light and pleasant duties, enabling you to reap the profits from the labor of other people. A Respectfully invite their many Madison County Friends to call on them while visiting the City. Reliable Goods Beautiful and Fascinating Business, and Large Profits. at Lowest Prices Every article we sell is a Bargain and we have a large list of C them. Here are a few ; see the figures for guaranteed goods. $5.00, $6.00, $7.50 Men's well made Suits, Young Men's $4.50, $5.0Q, $G.00 Suits, Splendid Knee Pants Suits, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 Seperate Knee Pants, 25c, 40e, 50c $1.25, $1.50, $1.75,$2.00 Shoes, Men's Straw Hats, 25c, 35c. 50c. All-wo- ol All-wo- ol All-Leath- er This is What We Offer You. Write for particulars, ladies Mayl2-t-f ard gentlemen GUARANTEED. apr21-4- w , JAMES L ARMSTRONG, 20 Burling Slip, New York. Crush Hats, 50c. Fur Hats, 98c. Latest Style Derbies, $1.25, $2.00. Fancy Colored Shirts, 4Sc, 75c, $1.00. Balbrigan Undershirts, 25c, 50c. All EON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recommends "Wrights Celery Capsules. Parkkksburg, W. Va., January 20, 1995. The "Weight JIeh. Co., Columbus, Ohio. TWO - FARM; FORi bALEf The undersigned has three separate small farms which he otters at private, sale separately oi stdgether- - All three are situated at 1! These are only a few of our way down prices." Come in and tell us what you think of these way down prices and the guarantee we give you. We want your opinion of the policy wre have firmly established ; Gen tl.e men: I have been using Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1S94, and find them to be as recom mended. ! first besan taking them Springs, Aik, under treatwhile ment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Livet and at-H- ot WHITE'S - STATION, ' ' .,!r - Stomach trouble. Constipation which I hod been a long sufferer. I found the bi&ng Celery Capsules gave me great relief -.- .- from the beginning and have used'thsm ever since. lVith pleasure, and unsoIt is a Gee neighborhood and accessible .by licited, I recommend them to j any and ttlnplko to schools, churches, railroads, "mills, all, Buffering with like afllictious or either el p., all within, a mile of White's Station Poet Office, ten miles from Bichmoud. of tliem. Very truly yours. 1 TEEMS Sale will be made cash, Cuablss T, Caldwell, - b (lance to suit purchaser. For. particulars. Sold by, T. St Uagim, Druwrfsfc. Price Geo, D. LUc enw ami i.iw per ooxv -mowf ojt the waters of Silver Creek. They contain respectively 85 and 165 acres, and are well witercd and well improved farms. There is m better land in Madison county, most of it ' Yours Fojr Satisfaction, bich bottoh landone-thi- rd H. J, ? "Qa .?: JB"TT " -- f . c;- - - ui . ;Jnr-- e .. - "wi-'- " c.- - "Tv" . : i Ma-- U a.: -- Whiter "it 'fte.CktJitorkTfce -, .l ni&M STREMG Sfcoer, .Bit ? Funkier, Bm Ithtr. 1 W M& -- The Richmond Climax. -- RnuiwRito H ppBW1BM.,B. zzrz ir.uur.w cky news. ..- -. . ur..- - Commonwealth. ..... George- His . "We are authorized to announce TJr. Elmer Nokthcutt, of Valley View, as a candidate to represent "Madison county in the Lower House of the next General Assembly, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, May 2). Ve are authorized to announce AY. "V. Comiis a candidate for the Legislature, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. HUflThRVS CASE. The Dpniorrcr tn thn Indictments to Its Heard Soon. FiU.xKroBT.Ivy May 10 Judge Can-tril- l, and Oth"r Important STntter Conaldared ny Kentucky StatMtuen. JKARKrjar. Ut. Miy 5. Skmatb Svito , Senator unasTea alsreslgnatioa.xrnlci was acreptcd. Seaitor & a ' new bill, pro idlnrlhit J.tha Lor Introduced ratlrondt should prorlJe free trunapjrmtloa to rullro id comIK-Bo- Few Appreciate the to which, the .H Mother is exposed and the DANGER ''VY a comtheir duties. On motion of Mr Uron-itomittee of conterence a rs ppotntcd to act lth too-bou- missioners hen trarellnr la tha dUchariro of TU 1 town, has agreed with Judge Pryor and J. V. Rodman, attorneys for defendants, to hear next week the argument on their demurrer to the indictments against Dr. Hunter, E. T., Franks and J. IL 'Wilson. Ihe house Saturday morning also accepted the invitation to the Lexington festivities on Monday, and reCIRCUIT JVDGK. solved not to meet on that day. reT. J. Scott is a candidate for The republicans of the house have election to the office of Circuit Judge erlJenUy determined to taki a hand in this (the 25th) Judicial District, in the investigation of the local penisubject to the action of tho Demo- tentiary bein made by a senate comcratic paaty. mittee composed exclusively of democrats. They offered and had adopted ATTORNEY. COJIMONWEALTII'S a resolution providing for tho immediappointment of a committee of five Bex. A. Crutoiier directs tho an-- ' atebegin this investigation. nouncement of himself as a candi- to The senate heard the two revenue to the office of date for Commonwealth's Attorney in this bills read as enrolled. They were (the 15th) Judicial District, subject signed by the president and were sent to the action ofthc Democratic at once to the governor, who signed them within 15 minutes after they party. reached him. The senate also adFOR JtJDGE MADISON COUNTY COURT. journed until Tuesday 'morning. nov holding court at o a like cummttw o from to consider the revenue bitlo. and the amndmentt so proposed alter tha confereBe oflastTiuri-da- r. ISronaton aad Jones were appointed 01 the committee. Senator Bron-(to- n a more J aKo that be appointed on the committee bouse, bill becking to reduce the tee of sher- 3 from ti to 75 cents for selling rail estate for taxes. The motion wis adopted end Messrs. KUlstoi. Tl"ronton and Jonoi were appointed en thi commtttes. There was no quoru-pr?-and conbequenllv the quos-tio- n of lnTOtl?atlng the penitentiary lumber ttral as cot ttLen up. 1 onsi The Winfrer pharmacy bill tra n aJo a special order for Friday The bill provides that the pharmicy law shall not apply iq town of lets than aia Inhabitants. The btd to redlstrlct the legislative distriots wai ttrDwn lito the orders of the day b the democrats retuilac to vote, thus bretVing a quorum. M'ssrs. Stoll, Harden nd U'. IL Morgan were appointed as me nbers of tho conference coram tteo tq consider tho reecue bills, and Mesr Thome. Ashcraft and llitlcy wero appointed on tho conference committee to consider tha bi'l redtcln; herlas'fcs for selling real estate for taxes. The senate bill maklnc woman e Irlbla to the offlee of school trustees and civlaj thra tho right to rote In sucho'eetioa-- . wus'madi a special order for Thursday. ce nt foreboding1 V7ith vhich she looks forward to the hour of woman's severest trial. All effort should be made to smooth pathway for her. 1 HE i f J ! places in life's' I W i in j n 10 adjourn slno dls senate tabled a on either May 8 or an invlt Hon to next MoaJa.-- . Tho bill to reduce tha sh rill' fee for sellls? zo il estuto for taxes frm 12 to iLtO was pissed, harm; a.rsalr pissed the house after a confsroace committal hid treed on it It trill now go to the governor lloosr The houso passed the senate bill that empowers ronnties which oontaln cltlei of tha second clars to elect a county school superintendent to serve outside the limits of saldottioi Tao bl.l rozuUtla; the granting of llren"3s la cities of tae llrt class, accord-In- ? to tho amount of tmstnest doao. vras also passed. The bill to repsal tha act alio in circuit clerks a fes of fr la felony cases was --- Will Attend tho tat'on Ktanlntliiu Voteit Down. ............... Kr hS?!"C"P.': r:::.rT -. Kmees no Invl. 3flfet j?3tfc . dy Dornn Poll udlUll DCll LiiJiJi 2 .2? 'Z7 m cofeatoX 'Mother's Friend" SUCk 1'lototr Not for Sile. Lexis gtox, Ky., May 7. Mr. D. L. Ilardesty said Friday the offer for Flo- sVsisrsi&- HMSI DR. SELL'S PINE-TAR-HONEY B ttON BELL Is hlsh, roaled tn 2:18; I allays Nervousness, and so assists not or sale llo iu continae I, race Nature that tlie cliailge goes for- - m the same colors. He will be in tho ward ill an easy manlier, without owners handicap, tho first race at violent protest in tllC Way Of Nausea, Headache, Etc Gloomy forebodings, yield to cheerful and hopeful anticipations she passes thioug-the ordeal quickly and without 'pain is left strong and vicrorous and euablcd to perform the high and holy duties now devolved upon her. Safety to life of both is aurcd by the use of "Mother's Friend," and the time of recovery shortened. jox-ously 1 kv 1vlifesifl srsi 1 tsi n tt n m fa Croup, whooping cough and colds arc tjuickly allayed and dinger averted by 1891. Sired by Baron 'Wilkes by Belmont; 1st dam Creccnt 2:KJ' mu uam ay Gorman, re 01 iuiu .m, mi-- i " of the dara or twenty ons 2:30 performers in-- 1 I I hcrebv announce myself a candiJOHN MEYERS date for Judge of the Madison CounNewport, ty Court, subject to the action of the Will Be th Nxt Postmnstrrof Srttlpd. Ky. The Mutfr Deflnltely Democratic party. AsniNO rox, Jtay la John Meyers P. H. Sullivan. will be the next postmaster of New- NO LAW In for the Uioinon of Itrfand-ln- r An Importaut Urclslon. Louisville, Ky., My 5. Judge Bonds port, Ivy. FOR JAILER. The matter was definitly settled SatJames C. Lackey is a candidate for urday morning. Meyers and Senator Jailer of Madison county, subject to the Hi&sem and their respective friends pot together at the request of Senator action of the Democratic party. candidate for Jailer Dboe. The latter w.11 anxious to apA- - T. Fish is a county, subject to the point Kls!?m on pergonal grounds, of Madit-o-n but tha organization of Newport deaction of the Democratic party. According to armanded Meyers. "We are authorized to announce P. rangement, Ilissem will be ch'ef depas candidate for Jailer uty under Meyers. 'Ihe latter agreed B. Broaddus of Madison count;, subject to the to this at Deboe's request. Diboe action of the Democratic party. went to the white house Saturday morning and let tho name of Meyers JOlt SUIT. TUULIC INSTRUCTION. with the pres dent, and the nominaJ. "V. "Wagers is a candidate for tion will be sent to the senate MomLiy. Superintendent of Public Schools of AN APPEAL ladihon county, '.abject to the action of the Democratic party. From tho Krcrtit Docmlon la the Uinlc Tmx Cites Fl'fil. are authorized to announce FnKFonT, Ky., May 10. for Rev. "Wm. Crow a candidate subJustice Pryor, lOjnsel for several Countv School Superintendent, ject to the action of the Democratic rroiuinent banks of the state, Saturday morning tiled in the United States party. Toney Tueslay handed down an opinion in relation to the recent issue of of refunding bonds by the sinking fund. The decision is important to the holders of tho six pcr cjat, bonds w hich the city seeks to replace with four per cent. The court holds that the law of 1VJI is unconstitutional and void, and that there is no in Kentucky for the law m exist-nc- e is uance of refunding bonds. A New York banking fiwn was recently awarded tho bonds, their bid offering-prcm um of S39.030. I.l'lnr.l FrANKF3RT, where he will nit'Cl oimuu li,, jiumc ;iu umur j;uuu sprinters. However, he was attached Friday afternoon f r djbU Uond was given and the colt was lclcascd. Mr. Ilardesty spys it will not prevent him starting and tmtters will be settled. UapU ltltry Mini. VAXCEiiuno, Ky., May 8. Friday morning at 10 o'clock Capt, Perry I). , Riley weHt into a cornfield where John Honor, a man with whom he had been at dagger' point, was at work. Hu began a row with Ronor nnd finally I tnowono lady.the mother of three children, knocked the latter down. Bonor drew who suffered Rrcatlr in tLe birth of esch, who obtained a bollle or 'MoltcTs Friend' of mo a revolver and fired, striking Capt. before her fourth confinement. and wti relieved Riley in the neck, tho ball coming out quietly. All agree tLst their labor wse f horter at the back of tho head. Ronor has and less paint tO." Jons G. lOLini.L, Macon.Ga. come in and given himself np to tho Sent by Mall, on receipt of price. $!.C0 TElt authorities. Public sympathy is with mailed free, conulnlnp valuable ialorinattoa him. LcuUvillo Thursday, and voluntary testimonials. 2V24 TMCBRADFIELO REGULATOR CO..A.TLAKTA.GA SOLO BY ALL 0RUCCI3TS. ixiltla or sent direct on This famous remedy will cure an attack of croup in the time it takes to find a doctor. Uvcry home should' have it ready for the time of need. It is an infallible remedy for all bronchial and lur affections. s 1 by clnmlsts st Vr .Vic. and t I Tie E. F. Si.lhrrUa4 r.fdKl.e 27-2-G rmlt C, fuJlK, of pi Ice y Kj. lr Better breeding can not be found In the Stud Book. His sue, Baron Wilkes 2:13. is con ed-e- d by tte trptting horse world to be the best for stallion living, having been sold recet-tlJ2i,000, the largest price paid for any horse and h! dam was Cr!ccnt, I since boom times, of 2.2"i, to high wheel with a raco sulky, by elmon, sire of Nutwood 2:18Jf, Jarlmo'it2.uJ'.,andal.Oot of o.her fail performers. BARON BELL has htd very little triinine;, and should eas.ly trot In 2:25 this ear. WLI stand at $10.00 to insure a mare with foal. rc-or- cIudJn:Norral2:lIi. 9 (Twj-'ear-- fjM J trial.) W bflBB ' .11 . r m W J0 W hands , a Winner " Our "Ninety-Seve- n Complete Line of 3 v a bay stallion, 15S, m &i m j i V 101111.11 Mi Bicycles z ara I I- - Supreme s TaX- - ': mch2l-lT- B. I--i. NEALE Years of Experience WW READY TO Subscribe Now! 03 THE. Kii-h-- W W jff MONARCH CYCLE MFG. CO. CHICAGO MJ' Lrsi ESWT0XE WDu"! . a Klny "We Ex-Chi- ef FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. a candidate for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. S. II. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, is are authorized to announce to sucJohn F. "White a candidateMadison ceed himself a. Clerk of County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. AVe are authorized to announce Dr. H. K. Middleton a candidate for Countv Clerk of Madison, subject to the action of the Democratic party. AVe I OR COUNTY CLERK. circuit court en appeal from the recent sensational dec'slon of the state court of appeals, which reversed itself in holding that all banks of the 6tate must pay taxes, state, county and the strac as other ptoperty. Judge Cantrill, now holding court at Georgetown, has agreed with JuJge Pryor and J. W. lioman, attorneys for defendants, to nest week hear the argument on their demurrer to the indictments against Dr. Hunter, H T. Franks and J II. Wilson. F.vd DeU and Fv i lyln?. inu-nic.p- The court of appeals Tuesday morning afiirmed the judgment of the Clarke county circuit court in the case of Lillard R tiny, who killed Aaron Adams in April, 1S9G, for which he is under sentence to hang May 13 at Winchester. It seems Adams had started through Kainey'b farm and Rainey ordered him off. Words were passed and Rainey shot him. 1 Alost Ky., Ma.- - 5 llttr. t i II. II. Colyer is a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. for sheriff. James C. Miller is a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. AVe are authorized to announce A. J. Broaddus a candidate for County Assessor, subject to the notion of the Democratic party. AVe are authorized to announce T. C. Curry a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR MGISTARTE. are authorized to announce MagisJ. K. Henry a candidate for subject trate of Kirksa'ille Precinct, to the action of the Democratic party, on the free turnpike ticket. AVe FOR CITY ATTORNEY. Arc are authorized to announce Green Clay a candidate for the office of City Attorney, of Richmond, Ivy., subject to the action of the Democratic party. AVe are authorized to announce J, for Talbot Jackson as a candidateKy., City Attorney, of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic party. AGENTS, $25 to S50 per week easy! You work risht around home. A Brand new thing. Write to us Quick! You will be surprised at how easy it can be done. Send us your address anywav. It will be to your interest to investigate. Write today. Address, "PeopleV 3911 Marsprl4 4t ket St., Philadelphia, Pa. AJAX CUKE ailing Mom JLX.I lTToua lHmeJh orr.Impotaocy. 81eepesnes3, br Abuse or other .Lxces&es and Indiscretion. Thru qutetUy anl surrlt, restore Loet llaiitr in old or iouuc. and fitaman forstadj, business or marrfce. 1'revf-n- t Inn&nitr and Goneami&ion if Lm imtimiL TriirnA nhrnn ImmftdlatA fmnravb- meal and ffffecta a (TIRE mher-- all other fail Ingenaina Ajar Tab leu t upon hftTina theand will cur yon. V e pm ftTheyo haro cured thousands written Knar&ntee toeHectacnre Cf in each cow or refund tho money Price uU fTC per Ulwi pacLace, or ux pier tfcM treatment I for $2X0. By mat Lin plain wrarwr npnn receipt of price. Orcalar 1 ME A MAN MADE TABLETS FOSIXIYELY AJAX REMEDY CO., Ky. For sale in Richmond, Herndon. by Hapan fab3-l- y 9crlf &. The ? Lebanon Cycle jEaMMfiC Handsomest '97 BICYCLE Manufactured. JPricc, S7C.OO. f f "o Corrugated Tubing, i in. Oil Reservoir Hubs. Write for a Catalogue. Every Wheel Warranted. Deal Direct With Us. 1- -4 Manufactured by h: KALBACH & SON, LEBANON, PA. Si && ...HE o0 PAYS STREET. aL i spjgjjsj "SasaF THE.. FREIGHT. . YOU PAY FOR THE . DRINKS. -- UO.S SECOND Pbone.No. 3. SlftM). Wmj-ma- KY. ln ,,..'- Wanted--Wraii; V- TriltTgBr ? aaMLWaAtaatsa. J. Who eaa&Utk ot tomemavle IUVU t4sc to pates tr tenag yes wealth. C, lor Uftf ikjm prlM 1!' ladies who live with their parents en a TUnNPIKE RAIDERS farm below here on the Mississippi river, were drowned Monday night in Threaten to llarn Utrrodsburc Ky., nnd ' c The mipany with Andrew llrogar. Kill a Detective. HAnKODsuuno, Ky., May 4. Monday s iff they were in was upset by the current in midstream. Thev were on was county court da' and hundreds of e their way home from a party. people were in town. Supposed raiders were present in force. Probably a Snlclda. When the men who were placed in jail Lr.xiNOToy, Ky., May 5 Mrs. Anna on the charge of shooting PlxnviLL,E, Ky., May 10. Some fiend II Delany, a handsome widow of 27, put poi,on of soma Iciud in It til who died at the home of Mrs. J. M. Gatekeeper Atkinson were brought Creek spring, secral miles" above G'dlum Monday night, it developed into court their friends crowded tho here, and, as a result, , fic per- 1 usday, was probably a suicide. 1 he room. The accused had no trouble in sons diel and fi.-more tire dy- p.nysicians pronounced it morphine giving bond, Friday being set for their ssPssKj& fci 4 c& a?j r3 a x examining trial. ing from drinking water from the poison. . Wm. Hendron, another alleged raidspring. Ambrose Free's son, a by, a AHfjwl Dynamiter Arrestd. er, was lodged in jail .Monday aftera farm hand and a pedler named Moss, Paintsvillk, Ky., May 5. Elisha noon, and many other warrants are in Annie Low, a mere child, an 1 an ol I with wrecking a steam the hands of the officers. AlTairs are colored woman are tha victims who flunt, charged number sawmill and a of houses with assuming a serious aspect, and threats died. They suflcre.l terribly. dynamite, at Hatsher Bros.' lumber to burn the town and kill Kimball, the, strap, in Pike county, was arrested and Pinkerton man, have been made. Atn Tnlrly Itsw Kjcs n a Wstf. Daxviixh, Ky., May 10. At h. M. placed in jail at Pikeville. Monday afternoon a west end citizen bottoms' store, in l'erry vill-- Saturday named llrown met Kimball on the Took the Poison ltoate. afternoon, "ioa" Cocmnugher, a Paducmi, Ky., May 5. Mr. Benja- street, and used very rough language youth, ate 33 raw upga, two dozen min Argust, a tailor, died Tuesday toward him, and threatened to shoot and a half on a wager, lie suffered from The detective the effects of morphine taken 1dm, it is claimed. no ill elects, and a short time afterSaturday with suicidal intent. lie had kept cool, and thus avoided a difii- ward put away a hsjvy snpper. The been drinking heavily. No cause is boy is about fifteen yiara old. assigned for the deed. Can;ht Kobblntr a Store. Jt'cCrMCkfii lloads Ira-- . Itslgns as Stite S tnator. Stanford, Ky., May C Tanner r.vnicvn, Ky., Jlay 10 The fonr Fn vxkfokt, Ky., May 5. Senator Bros., merchants at McICinney, who gravel roads in McCracven county Deboe placed his resignation as a state have been systematically robbed for were opened and ina le frea to the pubscaator in the hands of Lieut. Gov. some time, caught William Hughes lic on baturday. The roads were purchased by the county a few days ago Worthingion, and it was read and ac- and Sheridan Davis in the store and cepted at the session of the senate they were arrested. They had false W ho can form tte greatest number or xrord Iron h in If to prevent th" outlawry and destructen or more vonN, v fpp ue and f yn U rou nub itt reiii tv keys and implicated other prominnt Tuesday. w hick is rampant in -. " U r tion of Tollirate liontlinet an Ititapneirnin KOLIDV but I no i nx ai'ex op Fu young men in tho robbery. Tho arr ta Dies nc? V?y tunpitTsiidarUlenrit in irt tr t Iirt meii inicran be uhm! Central Kentucky. A;l AlanKy., Suddenly. Ewixo, Ky., May 8. A gang of raidTerlw.adTerbsi.p efii. a adjci rests have created great excitement ers, consisting of about fifty May 5. Nathanw rd in r. e Carbolltox, it out in ih 9 manner Ilotj hay day tiul elf t masked TllitSrjexTSorTlx v II ny J in col t i m, psro vr nr m ifces th ' rir liu Instxlln I g I'nstor. j iel Magruder, a prominent citizen, s'nee nearly all of tho acciacd belong men, cut down the tollgate on tho er iu th w nl Ho di f r ih s? tiMKUHhr hcni'i: Ii kach for the itx lareit C aged fcO year, died verv suddenly near to good families. IIornissviu.E, Ky., May 10 Ko tlie nr xt t I.-and i.tyhl r r t ifiven fr Maysville and Lexington turnpike ADVANCE. a a a E?a a Kodak., ihe nr price of h rh "luioach Th above rewa F. Dkeinan, of Ashton. Mion., who j 1 minence, where he was visiting. Iivltetl to Attend this llaces. Thursday night at Bluelick springs, d o attricinK aucntnm to ta si tthVcrtA illwtratt r'tton forth pnrj was recently called to the pastorate of literary week v which hi- 12 arg paitrft ;. column- i nn ue. Ml omri 1a RUMlr Lemxotox, Ky.. May 0. Gov. Brad- Nicholas county. t one- in ') ht n to it nu neriu d ion and shof this city, aroh .: Won the Univcralist church ley, state officials and both houses The Musicians Convention. " and i pae evttd tn 'Mxihdrn Iawiwatr B1 ie And "Childrt-nr ty lae ai?e Capt. Jim Williams to bo Starter. rived here Saturday and was installed n4fHtIM for you to end 5 cents forath-e- e enter this contet it if Kjlxsas Cm, Mo., May 5. -- The first of the legislature have been invited Hot of word-an n lit of te t wonfe, irmorr Louisville, Ky., May 8. Tho diand ereT p h n endin; as pastor Sunday morning, w hen ho day's session of the American League to attend the races here next Monday en extra pre-br re urn mall (in aid mon to Tni s?i nvt Socth) rf a ! preached his first sermon to a large of Musicians' convention was an excit- by the lesces of the Kentucky associa- rectors of the Louisville Jockey club ittirh, b tlie famous Ian 3IacUren Thm boekhari attracted m r lloimie Capt Jim theUni od States than anr boofc 01 r centyeurs satisfaction Kuaran eed in ev rr congregation. tion grounds. The invitation has been Friday selectedthe coming Williams refunded. Iitsnhoa'd be ent in at once. This contit will cloe JuBe 1st. Th ing one. Delegates sent by unions of as starter at meeting. or Thi dretftHof huc cstful co itestanta will Im prlntel in tho Jane 5th the league, the charters of which were accepted. The state encampment of Capt. Williams will also officiate at Kentucky Hanks File Suit. , Bon member, every conte t ml e na pcze. Iote: If you do not want" lieside the Hn ne wl I uend yoa "The tury of An A r can y irm." "The Other Man Wife" or Fns.XKFjBT, Ky., May 10. The local revoked on account o' their affiliation the G. A. G. meets here Monday. The Latonia. Bal aatrae. In writia mention thj book you want u3 to send yoo. Addreaa The banks and several banks of towns out with the American Federation of Labor old soldiers will also bo invited to atok .Atlanta. a Another Tollgate Gone. in the state have filed suits in the fed- wero denied admission. The New tend the races. Hwixo, Ky., May 8. A gang of raidlabor faction kept eral court here asking an injunction York The lirlbery Cases. ers, consisting of about 50 masked tho other, or union labor faction, out ajalnst, the state of Kentucky to Fkaxkfort, Ky., May 0. Judge W. men, cut down tho tollgate on the the collection of more than 75 of tho convention, and then adopted a S. Pryor will go to Georgetown Thursand Lexington turnpike cnts en the $100 of their capital stock new constitution forever barring them day to arguo the demurrer to the in- MaysvilleSprings, Nicholas county. at out. The nnion labor faction will dictments against Dr. Hunter, J. II. Bluelick and surplus. probably organize another convention Wilson and E. T.lVanks before Judge Slnrtl.r ant buletd. Main Died if Typholt l'ueumonl. AGENTSl may ensue. Leadville, CoL, May 8. A woman Cantrill, who is holding court there. It CrxTiiiAXA, Ky., May 10. Miss Julia and appeals to the court (Opposite Gli.l"ii is possible that tho hearing may be known as Miss Belle Walker was shot D. H. BALDWIN & CO.'S Land died Friday of tvphoid pneumoDispensary Officials to lie Arrestrd. and instantly killed by her lover, who postponed, but the attorneys are She was the daughter of G. C. nia. Country Produce Bought ard Columbia, S. C, May 5. As a result that tie question will be passed called himself George Ratliffe, after . Land and sister of Judge M. U. Land. of the investigations made by the atquarrel. The assassin then took his High Gr.ide Pianos and Oron Thurs lay. Sold. IIuIum ( Miss Land had been sick only a week. torney general into the conduct of cerown life. A letter was found on the it venue 11111 Passed. The interment took place Saturday aft- tain officials of the state dispensary it Price Paul gans; New Ilonic and other FitAMCFOirr, Ky., May 0. After a person of the dead man addressed to the ernoon at Battle Grove cemetery. is likely that some arrests will be coroner, and stated that his real name prominent offi- two years' struggle tho legislature was Gardner Marchbanks, and his made Wednesday of high grade Mlalster Jlf.cK.st z. it Homo. CO YEAR" cials. The charge against them is that Wednesday passed the revenue bills, home was in Ouray. The woman's IIopkixsvii-le- , Ky., May 10. increasing state taxes to 5l cents. EXPER.CKCE hey appropriated to their own use name was Laura Belle Lantz. March-bank- s James A. McKenzie, cigars, lemons, otc., which were seized The bills were defeated a year ago by said he crificed everything in U tited States minister to Peru, tno partisan feeling which followed home at Oak Grove, south with certain liquors alleged to have the calling out of the militia by Gov. the world for the twoman and she deat his Also, cheap machin s, from o this city,Saturday evening, lie was been Illegally snipped into the state. Bradley. The state debt is nearly 52,- - ceived him. .Sixty In Jail. accompanied by his" family, and is rap- Tlie testimony collected by the attor- OOO.OOtt $15 up. ney general will Ve made public WedAll kinds of sewPiTTSnURQU, Pa., May a John M. idly improving in health. Rtiders Uio Dynamite nesday and will create a sensation. SL Peter, arrested in California for the TRADE WARK5. Ky., May 0. Tollgate Owixgsville, Stove Manufacturers Jlrct. ing machin 3 supplies. the funds of raiders cut down a gateontheOwings-ville- , embezzlement of SS03 of National "WinMemphis, Tenn., May 5. An imUP FOR LiKE COPYRICHTS 4t. Bethel and Sherburno pike. The Jeannette Pcrceptory, portant meeting of the large stove Anyone sendlnc n kotci tit. - . " en) Toroi Prisoners Juicily ascertain, fixe. ' JIavr Servrd Two catekeeper was not at home, but the dow Glass Workers' association, Repairing a Specialty. manufacturers of the country is being proUibly jKUentat'2 (lxit Torms K.ch My Go. raiders left a warning that if fares tered a plea of no defense in the councnoflifnttal. t)'1 i asea ? f held here. The gentlemen were in apr21-lHOPKIXSVH.I.K, Ky., May 4. Officers wero collected the houso would be ty courts Friday and was sentenced to tn Amenci- - V c have a t. of Tueslay and conference during all mchll-Ctl t Iatents taken turjajh Muiu. from Ilenderson arrived here Monday pedal notice In the blown up. Judge Gudgell will have 00 days in jaiL will be in session Wednesday. The evening nnl w.U take back tolhatcity the gate replaced. AMERICAN, The annual earnings of miners in SGIENTIFIG indications are that steps arc being Tuesday moroing or trial the"colored Germany, are, after subSilitsia, beautlfnlly taken to get together so that prices prisoners, Will Loving, I).tve Iireest c n Is n sr ' Capt. Gaini-- Asked to Iteslfrn. fnAGHETIG anrscientiac Journal, weetly.terai'" . Powell tracting tho insuranco only SIT4 to may bo maintained. uav- (LjO six months. Fbaxkfort, Ky., pecinn and Will Dickson, who are charged sensation was created May C Quito a ttooii OS PATBXTS seat free. AdJrx J 260. here Wednesday Free llomrttead Jtlll Paused. NEHYIKE tv'th shooting with intent to kill Louis night when it became know MUNM & CO., "W. T. Dueron. of Kirksnllc, has two yonnp thnt a Wasuixotox, May 5. The senate Metzner, a prominent m tn of that city, 3C1 Urouiini. Ncrr erU. Sixce 1S73 in Michigan, Wisconsin Shorthorn bnlU for sale, and ready for service Sold STith Written has passed the bill to provide free last November. They were removed to petition was being circulated among nnd Minnesota 154,OOJ,000,003 feet, Easily, Quickly. Permansnily Restored. homes on the pub ic lands for actual the jail in this city for safe keeping as the members of the McCreary guards, uaarasoio euro They are good color and well bred. mch21'tf Ixist MtalltT. Dobltttr. Insomnia. Falllnc Jlcmorr. and"bonafide settlers, known as the soon as and all before - After- - VaUD! DlaeaseaerToas,or Weaknesseslo resulting rmrartcupt crid an the crack Franklin military company, board measure, of lumber have been earlr later arrested as a mob was organ5 MIM batt 5 cut and consumed. Thin,' besides 83 aniaddtas on cf one. CH"U "free homestead" bill; yeas 42, nays 11. izing to lynch them, and they have asking that their captain, Noel Gaines, billions shingles. resign. ARE AGENTS FOR CSTSol.l U) W. G. Wuite. Drue&i, RicIiinot.d, Ky. Col, Cook for The weakest been here ever since. Their cases are NicnoLA8Vir.LE, place in a house set for trial in the IIendcron circuit Ky., May 0. Col THE MARKETS. or fort, or any oourt the lolh of this montli. Kach of Bush L. Cook, proprietor of the Hotel of de- the threo prisoners has already served Nicholas, Wednesday announced his place Cincinnati, it w& fense, usually two terms in the penitsnttary, aud it candidacy for the democratic nominaFijju t fancy,td.f5it.tw.i.pringlam turns out to be is believed may now go up for life. ilr.Sl.t)ib.7r spr.n f patent, J4JU t,.7o; wintion for representative in the general ter p tent, ll.1O4i.eJ. fancy, t J 10 Jl 3J.f imlly that which assembly from Jessamine county. STATE ROBBiO. Hjjit5i, extra, f low .grade, 12 J0& was thought IKS: rye. northwestern. JiMfiHO. do city. 'Want a CanJldate. strongest The Lnmlier T'ckets It )se I by a Convict In- ' UJK314JL TAV'Sj'stVlsssssVHa weakest place Lawrkncebup.o, Ky., Hay G. The spector He Was llrlhml by Dealers. Wheat-N- o. 2 red h and Franklin fvb. 3 rod. tra It. 8.cj nominal at OIK 5. Salesi in a man's FitANKPonr, Ky., May 4. W'arden populists of di. colce. Situ. la that Ilancock has discovered that the state counties have passed pretty warm resbody Uoav Sjles: Mixsd ear. track. 27c: yellow in which he has systematically robbed of olutions ordering tho district commit- ;ar. trick 28c. ssr Oats Sals: Ni 2 mixed, track, 51c: simesteems him thousands of dollars in the purchase tee a meeting to nominate a ple Recently c e i CoaYerled Into a Modern Palace whiio. track. Sic Na 3 mixed, track, Has self strongest Achilles never thought of lumber. Lumber dealers worked candid tte for state senator. 19HC So. 3 track. 20c. he would turn his heel to an enemy, but the scheme ly bribing lora Powell, a Halls and ntmuco are M.irblo and Tiling- of the Finest Quality. lloss Selejt ajtppjrs'. ii 90 13 Andy Ilrooks on Trial. select it was in that unarmored place .tlie latal in- Rood packers, Babbouiisville DEroT, Ky,, May 6. butcners'. U9J31Q. fair to 18&1V, com. arrow was planted. It is usually the organ Negro convict, tvho was assistant UeJ.3J.93. fair The examining trial of Andy Brooks 'mon and rojjb, Kijfoad lUhs. 2000 Yards of Brilliant;; tow Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors in nis body that a" man thinks strongest, i spctor, to raise the lumber ticker. U.0ti4i7i down. and it is estimate! that in this way for the murder of Fred. Williams was that disease assaults and batters fair to good thlppers', MOO ttOi; - - - UlMiKIMtiMMS. i:i,0KS A. i'Klt IIAI.lA'. - - cood to choice butchers', called "Wednesday morning. , The proof sxports. Caution a man About neglecting liis the state paid or 1.0O0.000 feet of lumto health and mention consumption, and he ber, worth 317,000, which it riever re- is strong against Brooks and it is KoJjHVJ.. fair Si 75medium butcher. Ilia tJ 9t common. Zix will pound his chest and laugh you to ceived. thought e will hang. Sifkap ano I. Extras, S1S3 Offices-sn- d D.nIn3'Ropm Bsautifa.l Dscorted and Brll- -j scorn. He does not realize that conPowell completed his term recently Ul.V) goot to cnoUe. U0) Hit. common i Dead. Jttt sumption beats down this defense imperJ7j3C- and is now in Cincinnati, and Convict Limb, xtra. o3ii Itantly. Lighted -Nicnoi,A8Vi! LKi Ky., Maya George ceptibly, inch "by inch. The lungs once Sinclair was put in his place. Lumber food to thi.M. SlTjftSii common to " attacked the only weapon of defense is dealers tried to bribe Sinclair and it C Holloway, a retired druggist, aged fjlr. JiTjl 73; spring lambs, S&OJ&aaJ: rt the"aoineof liis.brothsrin ir 58, the right remedy. Its' Equipmoiits tlirouioutjaro without a Superior in Hie South, rato of was through him that thj fraud was thisdied at Wednesday at midnight Vsa sCAt,vss 3jlr to 500J lkat, U Ti" county 9S per cent of all cases of consumption r Cliargos Considered from a sudden attack of paralysis. are cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical discovered. ,w extras, .6 V0 common and l.r'e. tAWia s i Frrrlnr tlie 1 arnpikrs. Discovery. It corrects disordered digesW00L Unwashed fine marine 10Y!o por Day on Lid' Drink. IV A LKXIXGTOJ.Y Ky , May 4. Tho fiscal tion, invigorates the liver, makes the apIDf quarter-bloo-d clot aim, 13 j,Uq, insdjum, Dayton, Ky., May a petite hearty and assimilation perfect, courCin session here Monday, freed Frank Wiley, of tills city, was unconflng merino meulumcorablus. Iljloi fills the blood with tlie elements that several qf the tnrnnlcs of the county, llaveJtetjn KxpetMed iu , Jmprovetaent. build healthy flesh and muscle, and drives in fact all of thoic turned over to them scious for several hours after drinking XtoXJC. lie; Jnodium cjothlni, Hatldc. Ilece, illilfo. loai comblnj. Idsi7c: from the gratis by the owner-- , and will meet the contents of a bottle of c ugh syrup. Qnariir-bioj- d all impurities and'disease-genn- s and low, 11 conmja blood. 'All druggists sell lL to comntete tho'work. aram l)ld l'r itcsttni; BIe Innocence,, ohoioi, 19i. loarso. 12HJj . Prescription His understood th it a price of S3, 031 I hare used Dr. Pierce's Favorite my - ' 'SoiIKnVILLE. U J.. Mav G. Jnsrih R H CntCAOcMayS. If it family," - J 1 TI tta J 'Golden Medical Discovery' In agreed oa the stati road. Johnson, colored, an has been wrttM Mra. fl S?JT"aT;'7,73Ji; Jaa,M;july, of AlleirhaaviinnnffSVa "and have found it to be Harrodsbnrg and Frankfort pike, and Montgomery Col. rT He died pro rowi hanzed hereAVcdnesday. - ifi-C"the best jneiiicinethat I erernsd. I have also S1.500 f Tyrone plke From pres testing his innocence. The conviction Cons MarSIJJj; July. Slxc; Eeptembsr, used hi "Compound Extract of and Pleasant Pellets.' They wilt do just what ent latlicationt eve-- y road In the coan-t- y vastf,case of circumstantiaLevideiicc, - - " " IUli ' C - I. theyare recommended to do." -c w UAX3 'Slav, 17JJbV July, I7st September. will bo lc .rally free withtn a lt Johnson "being1 charged with, murder "' " wife, above all other 8Ji31W The cnrATi-rnriTTny Dnnr. , ing Annie Beekman, a woman vho ' s PirrsBOBOB. May S. s vjtrent reeds a good medical book. Dr. lived at his house and whose body CATTf.ei'riBe had if th(ntra. J use Adviser j Is sxi'toi contains Medicaljoco paxes Otvrsc8TiiJV Ky., Tday 4 Tlie las xv& found on September, 1895", Usar- li. good, ti 25 .T i wa-- L .over -" . !! I fOrisial H S It 8t9fc tidy "butaners CHHVBftVH fair, U15& i this illustrations. Several chapters are work" MaV Il BAlfant. sS.K)l 9t ATag.fAnAt ia. .ll 'JHaktA and 300 ...w. ., CIIIIIIWIilL?,.RILU ofthe, tolljrate moio in this counJi- " "WWitBfcjt 1 2 jl bulls,8ta and eaws, 4tfijj8,T3lr-- t devoted to the .physiology of the organs dis- tv was to tear down tho tollirate en, Otnk klvnt' MrtlmlUa Mtf BSW llaf fl" Xadlcst .ilk - swrrled U.vMaBMsaiirMs. utamps tinctly feminine. ,Send 21 ami i ' Whs?? aonpyis .no'objikr, . wxtoa turnpjlcc-'-oilo miie east oj th.' a mto.-tto cover cost of mailing only, to the World!? the kit,-lMHirmfa- - ITnmalttBPlIla. sJ;,rrbrYrters' kK eavy hOM.fUH) Ulr. awn "V-- patsstsasssa, . faM aad asr tajara. Ma4IsMl iEynTr- JHf4Ka ttbf il aajuUvaround ti hrl,a HV UO, p)KS,iMtW. Z, . jn.cu.Wta.1 vssw.kiiiwj, unubrvt coBn'iyscii. .,,... uwtrciasfUT Ii.U: --Vin""". ast BS.BO 1 anas an -r roa,$iMaia Z, ,K ,.er through a? gate thai waV being' copy, 'J P? loHSTr JWswtwstHwe. X. Y., for "' 9m Mm ll," . . lMILB MB ajlflrurtasssB "" -t r gooXH lt ' " . ..-tiKHUM . Wbi- ',' by H KOfBOM. if II niMUMl Jbl. flPBlWLlft-tWsWi J Tliroa Drowned. T.ouisviixk, Ky., May 5. A special to the Post from Wickiiffe, Ky., says. Misses Katie anl Mattie Steel, young . of Until Ilonsrs Wuri, Wry Short. Fkawkvort. Ky , Mry When the senate was calloi to order at cooa Mondny o lly Clen scnaturs ere present. AasUtanl Cleric Stone call-- d the boly to order. In tte absecce of ti cut Gov. Worthlncton and benutur Uoebel, and dculenated Noo to act as presiding oClcer. heveral hills were given their sccind rcidlni; and rif:rrcd to commltloes. The bill providing for refssuinj lost wrrxnta of tha auditor was killed by being refused Its third reading The senu'e then adjourned. Hons The house iras also without a quorum, but Mr. Stoll reported tha result ut the conference of lh revenue committee:, list Thursday and tho home refused to concur tn A THE LEGISLATURE. Quornms Not l'resent. and tho Sexslons the senato amendments to the revenue bills. These bills ulll now gj btck to the senate, ba ocrcr-men- t, amended according to the eommltt-o'- s and thon returned to ths house. Tha bousj was In but 20 minutes. toll-gat- e I , Kt-gr- o Wkigiit, Ky., May 8. Mr. Patrick i Sln-cin Vanovor, a young business man of Our f.ictory on uiniid id now ruiiiiini;. and we aiei Dickinson county, aged 22, eloped to to lid orders for t istof ll' Whitesburg, Ky., with Miss Mary aged 15, and they were married A STPvUGHT r ETOATIC n i by County Court Cle-- k B. B. Bently. CI ill KB'SPAPER. The'r parents objected, and at early dawn they pro r d horses and clop id across the Cumberlan t an t 151 a jk M. C For the Free Coinage of Silver. mountains, a distanc- - of 40 miles orjr For the Chicago Platform. rjugh mountain 10 ids. c! Jacks" New Kentuc y Postmasters. For the Dv mocratk Nominees. WASiiiNQ.Of, May S The following For the Interest of the Masses. fourth-clas- s postmasters for Kentucky Ilr.ttiiU, tliift'ymdi'P. AVe can pave were commissioned Friday: Bethel, moiiFV Son u a tiid order; joit w ill All the L:ttest Telegraphic Bath county, J. W. Crouch; Claysville, be :1h1 wiilt our nro!uitK- pkui-t.ito News. lioiu pour try iner- Harrison county, T. J. McCormick; Lawrence county, Samuel li.mlH. All the Latest State News. Burton; Howard, Mason county, J. T. White Ross. A 11 the Latest Zs Tarket Reports Moor's Ferry, Bath county, beevers; 10IliciiMOMi, Ky. Thcmas Razor; Peach Orchard, Lawrence county, J. IL Wallace; Ulysses, Correct Market Reports. D. PEFFER'S Lawrence county, Edward Boyd. Correct Com t Reports. BYJUL-TAHS- Y Claims lie Was It bbrd. . Louisville, Ky., Jday 8. On tho sp--i. NEWCISf orCItV. EVEUFA1U. Reliable News Reports. . f forup. i5v Arew.rttiaL complaint of Thomas Carroll, a travl)pres cd. ciee ie, or ri'nl"! Honest Editorial Policy. t 1",. eling salesman of Cincinnati, Alice 'A3. .Wmc-- tUfa.lon.owuMNlcver O,0H luC'c li orui. lie & ware cf tfnnrervuk Iniltatti.n. rss Ksidd and Maggie Scott, both colored, WceUy Louisville par. In nlairiuox.rspner. ch.l facrii TheClimax one year tor Dispatch and Ihe ci siuau tint SI.75 were arrested Friday upon a charge of reeled In iwl lnwf btAniiiSfor intwj as. If larcimy. The Redd woman was held J.Jr,.1rTiarl"l" " " "ETI' !"!' Regular Price Wteldy Dixpuich to answer, while the Scott woman was Sold by liiclin. oml Dru Co. and W dismissed. Carroll claims ,the woman ($1.00) and Climax (Sl.Zo), robbed him of " cash and express . Wliito. money orders for A Winchester Uoy the Winner. Lexixotox, Ky., May S. The inter1 collegiate declamatory contest which took place at Morrison chapel Friday night resulted in a victory for L. R. Street, in the have just opened on Bonta, Kentucky Wesloyan college, ton Building, a Carer Winchester. His subject was "The Convict's Soliloquy." Kentucky uni versity. Central university and Kentucky State college were represented. Appeal From Jndgn Tony.' And wiu keep on haud the r Pi 'u jlf Ub 'II IWfJi l FitAXKFOnr. Ky, May 8. Attorneys M&A hest qualitj- - of Fresh and appeared in the court of appeals Frifiled an appeal from the reday and Dried Meats, at reasonable cent decision of Judge Toney, in Louis0 prices. ville, holding that the issue of refunding bonds of that city was invalid. Meats delivered proinptlj Appeal Prom the Decision. Your Patronage solicited. Fraxkfort, Ky., May 8. Attorneys appeared in the court of appeals Friday and filed an appeal from the recent decision of Judgo Toaey, in Lou3 isville, holding that the isttie of mch21-t- f refunding bonds of that city was invalid. , t Rat-cliff- e, K.ousrs Married. DPPLY THE TRADE W ((ji) Retail 5alsrooms: S7.S9 Ashland Ave. 152 Dearborn St Chicago mm DISPATCH. mm r rH-I- y jsssssssssssslsssssssrsrWlTriW"nr-- i TTssTl TIT II !! 1, . (Note tl U to lay- Ihls cd. ci?y not cpcar aai.n. 1 " m "hi? -I- N- 11 I Km)-cia- l lit-a- r 0 GOLD AWAY PILLS eands.-ferlc- V 4 " MAI I $'-- JTTJST OZPZEaSTZEZ First I ifllii 4r uttlxt-njir- 'A -- 1S BCTTCHEE SHOP &&tm&&gN& CoSS,-00- S3SS,-00- Wrno E. Luxon, ll Lib If Srlfla Jr 1 c- I toll-gat- 11 t i t i es f-- I t r R-- rvc-iu- n-- ,c i i 111 . r-- u 1 d- - cou-ibe--- I - w -t - -- 1 nccert-tar- y &mbt-yo- ur , 59ce-it-- i I nt psr-th- ue I Anti-Unio- n pre-vj- nt Searles & Cole.! J.H.fEFF&C0. StPt. con-file- nt -'i ar-r.v-- 'd SewingiViachines. B5Bxv ' $s OES-CK- " I -- w v m n J s BULLS I SALE. lllns-ratc- d. ewpi--- 18-- Z ?.'J WE Sp-l- aj 1W-J3.- THE WILLARD HOTEL, , vtn'rsHHW both-ilerc- er tcill bit-"r 95- - i- s siia3.-ahe- ep lo-u- lr, f J0...-S- . cx-t- .... PATEE Now .. m RACYCLE Five-year-o- ld ns fl-jj- tub-wna- RKTES $2 . k $2.50 PER DJV. M. Wa, .n sssV This-Iiece- it makes n diiferenco whether ou - . Smart-Wee- d. 01-t- he hjto&$ m 4 Ts" fort--nig- ht newly-wedde- d Ri'd-nl'iw- tl .- cattle,-i!I3i- -- iMraA-CjAn- A. Ar..i.A-M.?1n- . .I302.a-O3- flcr dr: asY-- uuura nmie fcivn one-ce- P U- " a a'at jthc gH' "'H's llhrnH 4 r ride a wheel or not, come and examineSvhat:we have and you .will see something: which will -- T . si-'- o mil s"ssini.' .. II interest yon, ar -- paper-covere- --J -- V SUTatm . iIbIl J-'- iu.fwiii. ..V p- & ,flffitt . W&MS'GROW. iSii.