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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1897 ric1897052601_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. vy 1X5351 m&MSim ff-l.'ifX- THE RICHMOND VOLUME wLliWAyV. L897. - X. For the Climax. THE VALUE OF OPPOSITION. Elizabeth Bnrrill Curtis, West New Brighton, N. Y. .At the liciriutr on the woman Miflrajze question hefoic the New York Legislature hibt Mai cm, a cry able paper, from RICHMOND, hgislatioii wiiicli emiehes themselves ami impoverishes the merchant. This class of bankers arc the gamesters of the business world. The game they play, like all other gambling games is designed to fleece those who play against it. Every authority on politicial economy lajs it down as a fundamental iirnposilion that the prices of commodities are governed by the volume of money in circulation. The' more money the higher the prices. The less the volume of money, the lower the prices. All the money in the woild is the measureof the world's property and business. The supply of money is not iuci easing. The demands forits uses are constantly ineieas ing. An increasing demand and a stationary supply contract the volume of money as certainly as would a stationary demand and a diminishing supply. Sas JoMi Stuait Mill: The value of money, other things being the same, aries inversely as its quantity; every increase of quantity lowering the value, and every diminution raising it in a ratio exactly equivalent " The value of money in this country has been increased by legislation. There-- f ie, the pi ices of all commodities except gol I have been i educed by legislation. Iirts which reduce the value of property ihcreby reduce thedebtor'sabihty to pay his debts by thes de of his property. Legislation which increases the value ofa dollar, and thereoy cuts down the value ot even utauV property, is dishonest legislation. A dollar which is constantly in creating in purchasing power, by thealti of legislation, in called 'ouud money" by those who proem ed the legislation, ami are opposed to ils repeal, tiut it is no more 'sound inonSy" than a raised check is a sound check. It is no more honibt money than false scales, used by a bujer to swindle a seller, are" honeet MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SERVICE. i WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 444444MqOtf4'444l44H o-- NTJMBEK O 51V I v r irhin m i rt f wish to caution all users of Simmons Rul.itor on a subject of the deepest an! importance to their health their Iivfs. ul WARNING. a INCOMPARABLE ROYA! rn taking some medicine of a v hi a' Mtipearance or taste, believing it to . in Liver Regulator. We warn .a 'hat un!es3 the word Regulator is on or bottle, that it is not Simmons !. pirka-j. er KMnlatr. No one else males, or .nrh .smide Simmons Liver Regulator, or nvth'n;: cilled Simmons Liver Regulator, l!it J H Zilin & Co., and no medicine made 4 anvone c se is the same. , We alone can ji it it np and we cannot be responsible, it .Jir nedicines represented as the same do nii neh vou as you are led to expect they Bear this fact well in mind, llyou have will tKen n tbc habit of using a medicine which y usunposedto be Simmons Liver Regula-- t ir because the name was somewhat like ii and the pickage did not have the word Hi mutator on it, you have been imposed upon and have not been taking Simmons Li ver Regulator at alL The Regulator has r favorably known for many years, and a' who ue it knoxv how necessary it is for Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipaand all disorders tion Headache anins irora a jJiseaseu .Liver. We ak vou to look for yourselves, and tnat Simmons Liver Regulator, which yea can readily distinguish by the Red Z m wrapper, and by our name, is the only mdicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. , iin; thtt ciHtomere are often deceived by ikM of Simmons Liver Eegulator The sole proprietors her ioiiit of view, was read by a lady who represented the Society Opposed to the Extension of Suffrage. Her main argument was that as woman cannot fudit, lliey should not ote. To those of us w ho believe that intelligence rather than force should rule, her logic lacked weight, tut w hile listening one could not hut observe the uood which the woman suffrage movement has done to the woman whoojiposc it and thegood which it receh esfr.m their The Qneen and Crescent trains are the finest trains run in the State of Kentucky. Four daily trains to Cincinnati connect with the main highways of the Great Trunk Lines of the Korth, West and East. WashThis is the line ington, Now Y rk Boston and the East. The Qu en ami Crescent connects with every li t it of Cincinnati. S T.Swirr, p. & T. A., Lexington. Ky. W G Moi:an. D. 1. A., Lexington, Ky. Kantucky Fair Dates. At the annual meeting ot the Ken tncky Fair Association, in the Wilhud Fiiday afternoon, the following were elected officers for the coming jean ; Pieb'dent, W. I. Samuels Vice President", J. II. Mallory, Bowling Green, and S. A. Deatherage. Richmond: Secretary and Treasurer, A. It. Carroth ers, "Louisville. The committee appointed to make list of dates for this season's fairs submitted the following, which was adopted by the meeting: Versailles, Tuesday, Ju'ySO. .Richmond, Tuesday, July 27. Danville, Tuesday, August 3. Lebannon, Tuesday, August 10. Banl-tovv- n, Tuesilny, August 17. Elizibeihtown, Tuesday August 21. Bowling Green, Wednesday, SeptemBard-itown- e4a4tf f&JANDY CATHARTIC O - -- - j pleasant' Soap lor tiie sinn. "Kotliing else like it" The most refreshing t and r .4 We Send it FREE! TO f WcyRg'coksTiPMioM t flDOUhUlEihl' il3 aU 11DU J pie anil booklet free. Ad. STKB 1X0 UKJIKt-TC'4 1 I Yotmg and Old. Rejoice Willi ns V UUflnarl aSvTiev2?Mi'3S ts cre:tr.rtaieorconstipati-.n- !,,,.,,' W ! eO'04WfrOftt'4--00- . Cararrf are the Id?al cHp or ripe.tntrai!SMj j iiaturalrtsaltj. I o.. Oiirasn. 3ionlreal. fan.. orrtr lork. , UKUUVZtaiO Cixa-- I Sac-- J sit t mt llMMiSi s urniPATrn jtmuniui s-y- lpp.HGub;8 iu the Discovery. When a man has snfTered for years with a weakness that blihM hw life and robs him of all that really nwke life worth Iivinz, if he avail himself of n complete cure, why not posses the moral courage to stop his downward course. We will send vou by mail, AUSDLUTP-I.- Y FItKK, in plain the 1)1!. tltiFKllAVS VITAL with a leyal guarantee to pernianpntlv cure LD.sT ma. 1I0IID, ShXIIAh VAItlt:iM'KliK, Sri'l'S forever KMISS1DNS MHiir and ail nnnatuw: draini. Kettirns to former appearances emaciateil org-inNo C. O. D. fraud nor recipe deception. If we could not cure, we would not mjhiI our medicine FKKE to try, and pay when satisfied. Write as thia tiiay not appear agun. Address jMu-kaSKIjK-AKISKAiv-NKSS. to-da- i JM . ii: I POWDER Absolutely Pure Celebrated for its great leavening strength and healthfulness. Assures the food against alum and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap brands, boyal baking powder co., NEW TOUR. BRIDGEFORD'S organized upK'Mtiou. It is true that the objections of women to their own eufraiichit-cinen- t seem to retard the final day of triumph more than perhaps pmtbinj: else, but this is more than offset by the fact that they have b en logically beaten and conle.ss it by their presence before n Commiitee of the Iruislatutc to plead against any public measure w hatevcr. For the 6trongebt ar ! minieut with which the advocates of wo- ! man f.uflra.e have been met has alwnv.s been the indilh rencc cf women tliein-sche- s to public matters and their ijruor-auc- e concerning them. As tongas a man J. II. ZKIX.IN & CO. " could assert with titith that the Take Simmons Liver Regulator, adding of women would simply be to the body politic a mass of and oarelet-- votcro who knew PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. nothing and cared nothing for the rpies-tii.n- s of the day to long as he passe-set- l s MIL Uhll (iULDEN. a tremendous. vnp'n which nothing 'tut an overpowiringjfailh in principle, rathand er than expediency, would enable tluw TYPEWRITER. who dillerid fiom him to disreg-ird- . Km mmomi, Kentucky. When, therefore, women are compelled to tliii.k for theuisehcs on r.uy public E"jhr4 adjoining A .11 liurnawi1. qiustion, a long step is gained and one that can never be retraced. The very ATTORNEYS. fact that a woman cau make a lucid and intelligent argument before a legislat I) IV. MILLER. body without losing a trace of her feminAttosmtv-at-Laine quality, yet without showing any unKentucky. Richmond, due timidity or unseemly shynes-- , tends 'ITi. in the Bnrnam Building, next door to to proc one of the points which the p jrmer's National Bank.. I eb3-l- y woman sufT.iagifls have tenaciously maintained from the first. C. P. BUtiXAM. Further, the ery fact that the force V. 8. MOBEULEY. MOBERLBY, argument is tl e cttiff one adanced b f'JRNAM the opposition shows also that they are Attorn b ginning to realize their oiwi capacity RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. and are unwilling nn Ringer to rest lhrir OFFirKin Bnrnira Building, recently occuobjections to voting on tiieir own mental 0 H. enfran-cliis-cmcnt U-- high authority! M ECONOMiS 1 1 t. m UfiBCE25v JT i TreJTYA.,msi?nc JSOAP. 5 i - Toilet HurscryJJUath ret tkt st.53 oti'h;i:apiier scale. Merchauts and manufacturers would do well to look to other sources for advice on the money qutslion than to the newspaper organs of the money power, or to the utteiances of men who have been elevated to politicial power as of the gold standard conlraction-Lt- s. The remedy offered by the coutractionists for the present depressed condition of business is like a direction given for a consumptive to be liberally blel tvery dav , Every man who owns property of any kind, except gold, every man who is in debt, and eveiy man w ho seeks ciedil to s, suppiimeut his capital for business is deeply interested in removing the financial cords which arc strangling the notion's business. We want no .it ion. We simply want to undo the woi k of contraction. Wo want to restore the coinage act of 18r7, linking gold and silver money metals with equal pnvileges of coinage at the mints. Until this is lone there will be no relief trom the existing depressed condition. de-feiipui-posein-il- ie pied b A. Burnam. inferiority. Their arguments arc oh purely physical grounds, and. at the present stage of the world's development, arguments will not long continA TTOKJ. W, ue to maintain an existence. "We welcome the organized opposition, KENTUCKY. IMCIIMOXD, theiefore. for the j'ssistame which it gives d'li e over Taylor's Hardware store, op-- l ns in doi.'g its part to emancipate the ite Court Hoiie, on Main Street. minds of women from the thraldom in II. B HO(i;. which they have so long been held, and we look for the hour when the fullei, A TTORNEY-ALA HI T Kentucky. light will stream into the eves of our adIti iimovi), REMARKABLE OPERATION. versaries and show them that they hae really been woiking for the same thing nfti.-No. is First St.. up stairs. for which we labor the advancement of A 245 Pound Tumor Removed woman though in disguise ami under a til; ANTE. LILLY, From a 130 Pound Woman. different name. A TTORNEY--A T LA II', J. s"C"ZjZji"ri.z3. e 31-r.- O Kkiimom), (Mice P. - - Kentucky. WOKDS THAT BURN. The Operation SucccssIul.Bul Death Resulted from Complications. ISntlby Sentinel. May A 20.J W. corner Main and Second Mr. Morton Frew en, one of the ablest sretri up stairs. Will practice in dl of British bimetallists, writing to the of Madison and adjoining the Washington Post, says: "The currency .u'iiies and Court of Appeals question is in fact moke ok a tkaders tiivn a bankkk's qrusnoN." This is D M CHENAULT, J C. precisely what we have b?en recently A TTORXEYS A T LA IJr, endeayorinc to impress upon the busi-nes- -s Ken-tuc- k men who read The Enquiier. The v. RiniMOMP, banker is delighted with whatever will O'tiec on Second street, over Chcn-anlt- 's make money dear. '1 raders have the grocery. same reason for being delighted when commodities lieeouie dear. When money in dear, everything else is cheap and beCREEN CLAY, coming cheaper. Can this be beneficial Y. A A TTORXEY--A to the merchants whose warehouse's are Kentucky. tilled with goods, or to the small trader Ruliinoml, whose shelves are filled with goods? The IS Collections solicited. mail who has uoods to sell is interested in seeing the people at work earning ?rrs:ciAiTs. money, became this enables them to their purchase of the necessaries of Jifc. But how can the people have DR. II. R. GTBSON, vvoik imlcfs the manufacturers are thrivcompanies ing, and the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, T-L--- KiniMONii. Office in ... Kentucky. See-o- n 7- the Joe tc.lint building, 18 and o Street, oirer Wnue ..eld druc&tere. - CIIAS. HOOKER, I ETERTNARY SURGEON, College. Grtuhmte Ontario Veterinary Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. Office ap stairs over hevr YorV Store, corner 46- M no and First streets. Richmond . C. Medicine and Surgery. Oflice Collins Building, MainSlreet. Telephone nt residence (the Carr IiUce) on Uroadwray, IslCIIMOND, JASPJ2R, M. D - - - - - Kentucky- - DR. O. A. KENNEDY, PITYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond, Office in Smith Ituilding, No. Office hours n to i anl stairs 4 ... - Main Street, np to 5 o'clock. DR. JOIIXM. FOSTER, Richmond. I elephone Kenitck V at office and resiJeoce. remarkable surgical operation, which breaks all previous records in ovaiiotomy, nnd which almost surpasses beliej, was pei formed in bhelby county last Thursday by Dr. A. M. Carllege, of Louisville, agisted by Dr. Bullitt, of the same city and the following local physicians: Drs. W. T. Euck-ne- r, Jas. A. and Allen-CrosbT. N. Willis. W.F. and Frank Beard, It. D. Pratt, T. E. Bland, C. P. Harwood, Graham Lawience and Dr. Morris. The patient was Mrs. Lula Meeks, a woman thirty-seve- n years of age, who came here from Henry county two years ago and lived with her father, who is a tenant on the Greenbury Davis place on the Ml, Eden'pike. Thirteen years ago, directly after the biith of her only child, a tumor began to develop. The progress of the disease was gradual until four years ago, when the tumor began to assume enor mous proportions and increased in size me handling the productsof the nii'l and with alarming rapidity, until it interferfarm'.' While pi ices aic constantly de- ed with her respiration and kept her conclining enterprises are at a standstill. stantly confined to her bed for the past 18 The whole country is living from hand to niouthf, but Mrs. Meeks could not be Enforced idleness diminishes induced to submit to an operation until mouth. maiket for ciclhing and food. Im- last Tuesday. Ou the afternoon of that thu poverished idleness goes hungry and day, 'y invitation of Dr. Crosby, who wears rags. The owners of homesteads hid been treating her, Drs. Willis and are brooling over the inortgigLS, the Frank Beard visited the woman with foreclose of which will sweep their bonus him. Their joint decision was that she from them and still leave them in debt to would surel die within a short time the mortgage creditor, 'litis is becanse- - unless an operation was performed, and the prices of real estate have gone down upon thisrepiesentation and the further as a iejult of our vicious .money svsteni assiirauce that they would provide a Thoti-studof tonstif every kind of com- skilful operator without charge of any modities are tumbled upon the market kind to her she consented to the plan and sold at auction, often for a quarter proposed. Accordingly, on their return to town, of their value, because money must be Dry. Willis and Beard, who are personal had at whatever sacrifice. Bankers who deal in money in the leg lriends of Dt. Cartlege, telephoned him itimate way, of receiving deposits and full particulars of the case. He was im- making loans on good collateral, thrive; mediately interested and voluuteered his best in prosperous times. They are a 'services without charge, agreeing to ccme "worthy class of business men, and they np Thursday morning, are interested in romoting the vvelfaiej This he did, the local physicians having and maintaining the ciodit of deserting been notified in the meantime, and to- gether they proceeded to the inerchanUandm.iuuf.ietiirenbiitlheban kens to whom Mr. Krevveii refers in the On theirariiv.il they were thunderstruck quotation we have above given are those at the appearance of the woman. She being as a irtvat ones who look deeper into the pos- - looked as unlike a hum-iot things, anl vvhoeng'neer the win possibly could Originally she had se tnin-portnli- on been a small woman, but her weight had increased to 375 pounds and her waist measurement was exactly six feet seven inches, the abdorminal protuberace extending from just below the chin almost to the knees. This measurement is thirteen inches greater than any other on record. She was suffering tortures and was respiring with the greatest difficulty As her weight was so enormous it was found necessary to improvise an operating table that would stand the stiaiu. This was done and the table well braced, so as to guard against any possible slip or break. It required six men to lift Mrs. Meeks upon it. She was unable to lie on her back, owing to her difficulty in breathing, and so, while in a sitting posture, about fifteen gallons of fluid were removed from the tumor before an was applied. Thirty ga'Ious in all were taken from the sac of the tumor, which gives some idea of the size of the growth. Such was the pressure exerted during its formation that after its removal the rihs of the woman were found to have been forced outward to a considerable distance beyond the normal position. When relieved of the. sac her weight was a little less than 130 pounds. On recovering couscioiibnessafter the operation she declared that her pain had been greatly alleviated, especially since she breathed with much greater eise. The sac was adherent to almost every tissue in the abdominal caviiy, which prolonged the opeiation to nearly three hoiirsand made large raw surfaces, lint for this adherence there would handy have been a doubt of the patient surviving the opera tion. All of the physicians were deepl.. inter ested, and Dr. Cartlege especially so so much, in fact, that he provided a trained nurse from Louisville at Ins own expense and Dis. "Willis, Frank Bear.! and Crosby alternated in constant 'attendance on her. Until Monday there was great hope that she would recover, as the,wonnd was entirely healthy and all of the symptoms favorable. Paralyses of the bowels, however, developed and she died about one o'clock Tuesday morning from this cause, despite the utmost efforts of the physicians. The technical name for the tumor removed from Mrs. ajeekswasan unocu-la- r ovarian cist tumor. Up to the perform nice of this operation the record for the removal of an ovarian tumor was held in Japan, one weighed 182 pounds having been removed from a Chinese woman in that country last year by a Japanese Inasmuch as the record for such an operation was broken iuKentuckyitisaeingularcoincider.ee that the first successful operation in ovariotomy was performed in Danville, Ky.. in 1809 By Dr. McDowell, and revolution ized this branch of surgery. Another singular coincidence is that the operation on Mrs. Meeks was performed on the thirteenth day of the month, in the thir tcenth-yea- r since its development, with thirteenth physicians in attendance. The rem tins were taken Tuesday to Drennou Springs, Henry couety, and iname-alieiic pli3-sicia- Dr. S. Weir Mitchelx. is authority for the statement that nervousness is the characteristic mal- ady of the American nation, and statistics show tnat nerve deaths of all deaths number recorded, the mortality bcingmain-l- y among young people. one-four- th SEE THEM EXAMINE THEM ! PURCHASE THEM I It lasts twice as longf zs otters. A trial wi!l convinca yoa of ita great merit, win picas: tee moctcudioua. CHARLES F.MILLER, Mfr.ol FXENCil KILLED TO!LET SOAPS A.ND rERFU.V.ERY, it ESTABLISHED, 1859. Lancaster, Perm. Western Medicine Company, s Johnston's Sarsaparilla QUART BOTTLE. :! fc, F. G. Oos Corsets, MAKE HCOEPOEAIED. 24-23 Kaiamszio, 3l:ch. !! American Beauties ECCo'S ber 1. Paducah, Tuesday, September, 7. July IS will be offered to Winchester, which was not represented at the meet ing. PRESBYTERIAN GENERAL ASSEM3LY WI- 0NA ASSEMBLY GROUNDS WARSrIV.V, INO. is.thc grand specific for this great American disease, because it goes straight to the source of the weak-nes- s, building up health and strength by supplying rich.abund- ant food and pure blood to the wom-ou- t tissues, rousing the liver to activity ana rcguiatmg ail me organs of the body. Llrerettes the famous little II SOLD OX AX Oiini-iiiitcc. O GDRRECA &' SHAPES. T 3Mc DONALD'S AW CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS I !!j TMt GREATEST hi Williams, Davis, Brooks & Co., Detroit. Iral 21SU sn This meeting is May 20, to June 2nd. Round trip tickets are on sale vir the Queen & Crescent Route and Cincinnati at half rates. Ask agents for particulars. W. C- - vcrpilli. mLi 35c. SOLO A H ARTISTIC Iji ASr WQRM OESTROYCR yf n t. as t ANO PLEAS AMT TO TAKE. Sold by D Z. & T. B. Taylor, Waco, Ky. W v. RICHMOND. BY EFFECTS, Smallest dose )xTSr5tp i m k Rineakson. Gen'I Pass's Agt . Cincinnati, 0. ::SADDLERY.:: fan W&a&&r3 UM? MififSitii ft yi Oa hach Box. All County Democratic Committee Meeting. At it meeting of the Democratic County Coininitte of Madison county, it being an adjourned meeting of said Committee, held on the 5th day of April, 1S97, and a quorum of said Committee being present, upon motion the following resolutions were i jflfc jgsw rZe&i C3b Lengths. NEWEST EVEIt DISCOVERED. Sold for a quarter of a cen- tury with continually incrtas- nc demand. Thmlc a moment. Does this not mean merit ? Most certain and nerpr- ftiltnrr ........, Un Villi Mr.A.,.a uoiiujti cosiest to take Entirely vegetable l T V ., k 125,000 Children yearly Sent to 5 their Grarcs by Worms. ncDONALDfS PRICE,druggists and PEHIn medicines, i 25c. dealers BOX. For sale by all Manufactured CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS would have saved them all. only by the proprietor, . unanimously adopted: 1. Realizing that the Democratic party will mo'st faithfully promote and protect the interests of the peoAt Waltku Azheli.'s Livehv Stvble. harness, cheaper All kinds ot ple of Kentucky, and that Demoany where Richmond. cratic supremacy and control in than cana be bought be convinced. in Satisfaction Give us local alfairs is absolutely essential to guaranted. trial and fcb21-t- f the people's welfare, it is the duty of all Democrats, in the interest of good -hand-mad- g r White. Geo. e MODELS. J. m mmm hfopspg FANCY jhd l. 3XeDO:X.AJLr, Kelvllle. Tu. mav5-6m- o PLAIN. FEATHERBOHE W. D, L. & CORSET CO, LV. A. M. IS1. R. E. arv K. U. DIVISION. Is Effect March 1, 1S0O. I'jris, Mavs,ville. Win- - 1. H. chester anil LexitirtoH Express for Cincinnati,! terred there yertenlay. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO KET. - MAR- FUKNISnED BY GLOVER A DUritETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. es G. W. EVANS M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SunOEON, Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 2G15 hhds. with receipts for the same period 215:1 hhds. Sales on our market since January 1st, amount to 77,017 hhds Sales of the crop of 189G on our market to this date amount to 07,072 hhds. We have had a firm and active mar-kot this week for all grades of burley tobacco, but are not able to report any advance in prices over those of last week, except for colory grades of trash and lugs, such as have been selling from So to $7; these grades have been something like a dollar per hundred higher this week. We have also had a somewhat higher market for the good grades of leaf, both red and colory. The best grades of leaf ou sale this week commanded prices ranging from $11 to $14 75. Trash (dark or damaged)? 1 50 to 2 00 2 50 to 4 50 Common colory trash Medium to good col trash 4 50 to 6 50 Common lus not colory 2 50 to 4 50 5, 00 to 7 00 Common colory lugs Medium to good col lugs 7 50 to 9 50 Common to medium leaf 5 50 to 8 50 0 00 to 14 00 Medium to good leaf Good to fine leaf ia 00 to 1G 00 10 00 to 19 75 Select vvrappeiy leaf The above quotations are not applicable to green and frojtid crops: government, regardless of differences of opinion upon questions of National policy, to unite in the selection of good men for county officers, thereby insuring to Madison county an an economical administration in local affairs. 2. It is ordered that a Democratic primary election be lielil at the various voting precincts in Madison county on the 29th clay of May, 1897, to select Democratic candidates for County Judge, County Attorney, County Clerk, Sheriff, Circuit Clerk, Assessor, Superintendent of Public Schools, Jailor, Surveyor, Representative in the Legislature, and Coroner respectively, and the polls shall be open from 7 a. m. til!4 p. in. at each voting place in iladison county on the aforesaid day and for the purpose aforesaid. 3. That to defray the expenses of conducting said primary election, the candidates who propose to submit their names to he voted for, shall, on or before the 8th day of May, 1897, pay to the Chairman of this Committee the following sums: Each candidate for every county oflice except that of Coroner the sum of $50, and each candidate for the oflice of Coroner the sum of $10. 4. That haid primary election shall be conducted by officers to bo hereafter named by this Committee. 5. That the Chairman and Secretary of this Committee are hereby appointed a committee to provide the ballots and make all arrangements for holding said election. G. It is ordered that all legally qualified voters who consider themselves Democrats, and who will support the nominees of this primary election, and all young men now years, under the aje of twenty-on- o but who will attain their majority on or before tho day of the next general election in November, 1897, and who declare their purpose and intention to afliliato with the Democratic, party, shall.be entitled to vote in said primary election. 7. That the Chairman of this committee givo public notice of said electron by posting a copy- - of this door and order on the Court-hous-e at twenty other "public places in the county, andshall publish a copy of v this order in every issue of tho Register and Richmond Climax from date of adoption to tijno of said primary election. John B. Ciiunault, Ch'm. "WilijIam Jett, Sec'y. efli-cie- nt Ken-tuck- VCTj' CCCCCCOiCQ'OGOC'OCO t ritti- - u o i o O i AND bicycles! B HIGHEST GRADE, EASY RUNNING, SERVICEABLE. The Finest Rigs, CK The Safest Drivers, KATHRSaaJAJ The Promptest At- 1 SOLE MANUFACTURERS. SOLD DY OLDHAra & C03PANY. febl0-6- m 65 r. 31. 2.05 1.10 tention." The "Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Your "Ccusin," l1 f 1 S (Ml w n- - Pl O CO ' 11.43 M. ;; it) I" M kiNW George Thorpe, Street, 1.25 mail. Cincinnati. Paris, Mnys- ville, inch ester and Lexington mail. 1.03 Living-ton- , Loudon, Jel- hco, Pineville 1253 Fast line for Livinir-ton- , A- - M. l.oudon,.fellico Knoxvillei Fat line for Cincinnati, r. m. Paris. Winchester. 11.43 Row hind. Lancaster and A. M ,stnufoni. 10:10 J 8-- FfttHort & Gnti Eailway. G) P. B. BRGABDUS, Hunlcy's Old Stand. No. 26. 3T Every Wheel Guaranteed. 5end for catalogue. HAMPSHIRE CYCLE MFG. CO., NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Responsible dealers invited to cor respond wun us. m between Main am Water, rear of Dillingham building Richmond Ky. lieady to do all kiuth uf blacksmithing promptly in the best 7 workin.mlikt mnuner. In Effect March 1, 1S97.) ri djh. 6 30 6 4S DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. E.VST BOUND. LTe FranVfort WEAK RSEH rADH ViQC I Y -r-M- f. Get Arr ElVhorn -- l?i iici rurbv-n:may26-6It f a ivwprfnnv z.rA nu.rklr. , ...w.. vien "there fml. onn rscn regain Io- -t r jiti.'CJ. r acn recover yotiuif-- 1 T.ior. .ib rjIFTY DOLLARS A WEEK EASILY MADE intieil to Cure .Vcrvoj'Ji I- -t '!tcl. T Agents wanted in every locality tor Hon. c rs'IirMjjrxTnilj loa. r n r. ".V. J. Bryan's great book, "The First Battle." fc'nlllntf ;(,aU ejtctt ntTilcmo--aVjsf iVn-tt-o.tl IIu c or exc'jei eaj.-nn- l ulf and eonf.mp" best seller ever produced. Agents The rjlifrei Jt. Wonts Olf ln.ui:.y taking as many as 200 orders per week Bcva-- e Don't let druggist lrapooawurlhl-saaulstttmof fraudulent linitatiqns. Sent for o. it fit and ToaboT.a'icrtTlcli.sspreatrrT'ro-- :. 1 isci1 begin work, at once. W. B CONKET COM- .n or b hi icr a .:ii . i, PANY, Publishers, 311 Dearborn Street, 'Chi- Can cirrlod la vest pocict. Prcviia n m V 'r mayl2-8toi per box. or C for 1, cago. o t to Cure Wrltton Pamphlet CMpy. free. Sold by rtrajirHts. A'li'r IMiFriUt MJIIJ1UA.1. .VSt'X, Chicago, I lu-a-ji-iip'-Jw ii-Wi-Oci-pintf- fe P B?? !fti?Ll vfef -- f-n-- 15' DAY. :"-.-. r5"P"27? WANA l'3Af. r,:'l. i"--D:f Er?4 r- j the Profits Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers and Middlemen by buying direct from the manufacturer. i !a'",'.'r. ? Georgetown LTe Georgetown Arr Newtown. Centreville Elizabeth ' Switier. " Stamping ' Duralls . . p.m. 3 20 3 32 3 48 3 SS S CD " Ground ... .7 30 8 fo z .7 92 7 83 6 51 Pans 8 12 8 . 8 2S 84 IK 4 30 4 32 4 58 ii 4 5 M gr WEST BOUND. . Air Elizabeth . CentreTille Newtown . " Georgetown LTe Georgetown Arr Duvalls. Stamping Ground. . Switzer Elkhorn. Ltc Paris a.m. BED WETTING CURED mch3-I- OR NO PAY. Wis. Mrs. 3. M.ROWAN, Milwaukei, y UE0. Y. UlhKY Sold by Richmond Drug Co. ond W. G. wSsLSs No better wheel mads than the ... 160 Ml 9 20 9 32 9 38 9 43 40 35 p.m. S 30 4 x 5 58 . i 30 6 . M 56 11 W 11 " Frankfort 11 36 11 55 t J3 li 6 7 7 "5 6 11 --O White. 5W pmj Ky., Recommet-d- j Wrijjht'a Celery Capsules. Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '98. To (IN KENTUCKY.) Wripht .Medical Co., Col., 0.: I have purchabtd a box if Gent "Schedule la effect May 3, 1897. Wright's Celery Capsules from G. Jliddelton, druirjiibt, nnd uted them f r ' EASTDOUSD Now I. No h Na t. Sour Stoyiach, Torpid Liver and Consti- Liv. 7 Aam 4.20,01 7.pm Loutaville pation and found that they tpwe ine im- Ar. shelbyville OllUam !H7pin 8.51pm 9 55am 435fm 9.10pm mediate relief every time. 1 think it tn Ar.Lv'rehceb'g taiTam fiodpm 9.4ilpm Ar. Versail.es excellent remedy. I a 50am 7.2jm lO 10pm Ar. Lexington Na- - 4. Yonrs very truly, Na ft No. WE3iBnuD 5.10pm 5 uiam Lv. luninoa 9W. Riley. Geo. aiSam S.3- p 1. S.23.m Ar. Versiilles 8.33am fi.00px 5.am Ar.Li'recceb'g 9.:Oim '.Vipn; 6iiam Ar. Sholbyvllle Of Shelbyville, A D SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Acme Bicycle Euilt in our own factory by skilled workmen, using the best material and the most improved machinery. Via havo no agenis Sold direct from factory to the rider, fully warranted. Shipped anywhere for examination. . WRITE FOn . C. D. 11EKC.VW. Gen'I Pass. Agent. GEO. B. ILVKPER, Gcn'I Supt. Frankfort, Kentucky. ft dliesapeals &&1 i'o Eiiky. 6 SS am 7 30 am 3 00 pm 4 50 Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accoui Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Acconi New York Limitetl P. F. V I. Our interesting Offer Acmo Cycle Co., Elkhart, led. an2T-6- m pm - .r8. V r .1 HOW TO Fp OUT. Ar. Louisville H?.53am &15pm SOOam Observa- FREE EDIir.AFinN lea-nins Trains Nos. 1,2, tion Chair Cars. ' 5 acd a carry Frea Y apr7 tf y?L WW 1 fe i The Style, nt anl Weer could not be Improved fur Double the Price. HON. C. i1'' -- I"5K Richmond. - - - Kentucky. fiT RED T. CALDWELL, Fill a bottle or common water glass ' BiSTBjnSD- NO. 11 No. II sta IONS. wi'li urine and let stand twenty-fou- r 7 4am Lr Loulsrll Ar sediment or settling indicates a iapu 3.55am ArLarncbrifAr &3.p:n hours; a ,7.J5pm a 45am ArHaroisbgAr m Ar uurgln.-Ldiseased condition of the kidneys. EASTUODRD When urine stains linen it is positive Na IV. t.NO 07 StATIOMS evidenco of kidney trouble. Too fro l)pm 7.45am Lv Loulsvtl Ar 9.10aml Ar qnent desiro to uriiate jor paiu iu the 8 56pm iai7am ArShelbvil Ar Ar Verslles 720pm 1120am Ar Midway Ar back, is also convincing proof that the 7.50pm li 15pm ArOeorsta Lv EAsmauxrX. kidneys and bladder nre out of order. 1 WESTCOUSD f No 8.15pm ii. l o. 4.3pai 4.Ma-n- a5pm .a 55am 8 25am 7 33am li i i i ,! 7.5m I No. wicstuocjiu. , 16 'tNo 6A' a.6amj 6.45pm aOoamj 4.1jpm 3.33pm 7IVaml 3.00pm An education at Harvard, "iale, or any other college or institution of in the United States, or in the New England Conserva- tnrv nf Miihip. Kin lift sprurml hv any jouii',? man or woman who is Who can think or. icune slmpia in eHrnebt. Write for particulars ;, Wanted-f- ln ir.tng to poientr JAMES D. BALL, qui.klv. 7 Protect jour ldea: theymay bring yoa wealtli. JBromfield St,, Boston, Mass. cer. VTMhlnjitdn. D. C. for thlr JUU) prize offer uid llit ot two hajrea lnTeaUons wasted. ; EAST BOUND. 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom 11 58 am Limited F. F. V. New York 6 30 pm Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom. 9 21 pm Washington Express Accommodation trains rcn daily except Siin-daOther trains run daily. Through sleeping mil dining car scrrice to New York. For information, rates or sleeper rcerrations caU on or write K. HOOD . Agent L.iNRy.. Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. P. A. C. & O. Ky., Lexington, Ky. v. (1 " Idea wrstnocsn. 6 j DR. T. J. TAYLOR, rcttenreou Tlitnl SlreM. Practitioner in 2Micine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond XT.ce.tnit ... The following quotatious fairly lepre-sen- t of P.irkersburg, V. Va., Recomour market for hurley tobacco 1S1KJ mends "Wrights Celery crop: Trash (green or mixed Trash (sound) Common Iujm Medium luss Good ltijs Common teal (short) Common lent Medium leaf Good leaf . Pine and selections -C- W3AT TO EO. No STATIOS3. tN'o. t tNo. Sl T.4'aiii t.2lpni'.v LoulTit Ar IC rSJTTAL STOGSST. DR. A. WILKES SMITfl, DENTAL 0. Ri'jhmond. SURGEON, W. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes are the productions cf skilled workmen, from the best ma a.i uusc ymn. terial pCSSIDie to put into siioej Wc makf also $20 and $235 shoes for njea, and $250, 52.00 and 5 J.75 for boys, and the w. L TOouglas $30 Police shoe, very suitable for policemen and others having much walking to co. letter-carriers, $ 1.00 to 2.00 to 400 to 2.00 to 1.50 4.00 Capsules. 000 3 50 5.00 to 7.00 7.00 to 0 00 5.00 to S 00 8.00 to 13.00 13.00 to 1000 10.00 to 19.75 PAr.KEnsBuaa, W. Va., 20, 1995. January The AVmoiiT Med. Co., , Ar There is comfort in the knowledge ILJOam TiSpmiAr XtehlYtU Lr lL!l8Dm 8.30pm! ArKIchmo'd so often exposed, that Or. Kilmei's 1.05 pm! .'.. ...I.Vr Irvlno L.T . tlie great kuiney remedy Lv. Louisville fulfills every Uh in relieving pain :n Ar. Lailngton. ...... liver, bladder aud Ar. Knoxvillo..., the back, kidneys, eveiypartof the urinary pasces. ft Ar. Ashevlllo Arbavanaah corrects inability to hold tiriae nr,d Ar. Svvttinp-Koot, o d.j7pj,fjT Verstlos Ar 7j3am h.30pm' U8am 4.40pm. &05am 3 43pm t.3Upg No. 7.45am 7.3 ipm ttNo. tllopmi fflacllsoi lonumental Works. O ... 1 Nal vv aoupm 7 3uaai I.SSaa 1.15pm 9I0am T.tupm 9 JOran 5 00am . s . Columbus, Ohio. been using siuce NovemWright's Celery ber, JS91, and J5nd them to be as recommended. I first beuari taking them while nt Hot Springs, Atk , under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Stomach trouble Constipation which I had been a long sufferer. 1 fouud the Celery Capsules pave me great relief from the beginning and have used them ever since. "With pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any and all suffering with Jike afflictions or either of. them. Very truly yours. I Chablbs T, GaldweuL ,'Sold by T. S. Hagan, Drngaist, . Price oOeents and $1,00 per box. Call at drug- & store and -get free sample. it . " j I have Gentlemen:Capsules Kentucky Main Street. ' M. OiEce TTe TTerchants, ljxwrers, FbTsicians and all economical men wear V. L. DoueUs Shoes because they Opfick Smith buiMinJ. ioun, 0:00 to i M. ; limited to iSti4 deuttitrr. llanker, are constantly adding new fttyles to our alrcadv larjre variety, and there is no reason why von cannot Iks suited, so insist on having V. L. Oouclas ihoea from your J. C MgcoAS. 3. A. Yates. MmSk. iebl9-5m dealer. 7e nse only tlio best Calf, Itussia Calf (all colors), Trench Tatent Cair, French Enamel, Vic! Kid, etc.. graded to corresnoufwitn prices of the shoes. write Tf dealer cannot supply you, DOUGLAS, OLOKY Tho follovviu'; quotatious fairly represent our market for hurley tobacco 1890 crop: ORGAN & YATES, DENTISTS, Richmond, Ifenk. Kentucky. Opfe Main Street, over Madison National ijtffl? Freeman Brothers, Richmond, Ky. are the best. For sale by W.L Erocilcti, Kass. FEW. Trash (green or mixed) Trash (eouad) Common lugs Medium lugs Good Iurs Cominou leaf (short) Common leaf Medium leaf Good leaf Fine .and selections . si - - 5 275 to 3.00 to 4.25 to 4.75 to 0.00 to 3.25 4 25 7.45 6.00 7,00 t 00 to 7.00 7.0 ) .to 9.00 9.00 to 11.00 11.00 to 13.00 15,50 to J9.70 ' Rcalding'pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or Beer, and overcomes that of being compelled to get up many timjs during the night to urinate. The mid and the extraordinary effect of Swam 9- Root is soon realized. It stands tho highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the bebt. fc'o!d by !",-gis- tf, price fifty cents nnd one dollajr. Fur a samnle bottle and pamphlet, bolh jent free by mail, mention tho Clima;, address- and send,yonv full post-ofliDr. Kimer"& Co., JJinghnmpton, it. The propretqr of thia paper gtiarant .' I .! I.. .ff. ttiegonumencBsoyuiBOBer. unplfaf-aiitnecessijce Ar. Unatt inoosa.. Ar.Atlanta. Ar. Macoa Ar Jacksonville. Ar. Il.lOum. 8.15atn 11 10pm ft) g2?sSyCJ i5ftt!l-- . 2 Jfi-- ( IP g B U- Lv Ch : - r- l v - " i. '' .5 &4pm Ar. Mcr.dtaa.. ..... UaJam! noapai Ac Now OrloatH Vn 1 cirr!ii Pmi Chilr car Lonfs villa to with Solid Voitt-- I Lexington bulo Train carrying Pullman Sleepin? Cars via' Chattanooga to Birmlagaam and New Orleans r !r No. 3 carrioJ PaHmaa Slsqpsc to Coattaoooga, and Atlanta, also Lsxlngton to) Springs. As&arllle. and; Jacksonville via Hot Or Compartment Sleeper Lexlnsjtoa to leans. tDaily Except Suad ay. A. Whdo,P. &T. A, S. T. Swtyr. P. &T.A.. HFor Lexington. Ky. IxulsTi:te, Kyf W. H Greek, Gen, Supt, J. M. Culp.T. M. Wu.hlurtnq T IT U7litntnn-- r. f?. RX, WJt H. TATLOB.AG.P.A.J1 -- WMJUastos, D-- O. JVinUvLUs, Ky. r-- o V.A-TDBK.a itianooia Uirmlnham li.53pm lULAram &I0im aOlpni 6iliain o fi- - (4 t&ZnXJZAND DEALER ) LN iLVNTJFACTTJRER RHNITB kmDS AJW ALL r-- 7VTOrS(U7VYe'NTS, OF CEMETERY WOlilC further particulars prices, ;., addrecsx Madisoi) Moi)iln).ei)tal Worte. J6. saeMt-l- r 1 4" '- -.. - !.. - 'i A 41 T ffe?rlSfsa '.IT2" ''SX 7 ' ' 5 r: Hopeless mo, '. Life 0. . V psSiPlP!Wp WiPPfS ' .! ' ' ' ' 1 I! -- . , ' ' " . - i ;i- - it " J,' t -- The Richmond Climax. PUBLISHED rVEUV WEBSE8DAT BT STRAIGHT TALK. The Progressive Democratic League of New York City, composed of straight Democrats only, held a meeting last .week and prepared an addreirs o the public in which they said some thincs which it would be well for the Democrats of this State to consider. There is an effort being made in New York City along the same lines that are being pursued in the city of Louisville, to effect a Democratic organization and get control of the party machinery for the purpose of delivering it over in the next election to the enemies of Democracy. Men like David B. Hill in New York and other prominent and wealthy leaders are trying to pet into the Democratic organization aud get control of it again, so that in the next campaign they may again betray it to the gold standard. The same effort is being made in Kentucky, in some sections, to get control of the offices and the Democratic organization for the purpose of using them in the same way. The Jxmisvillel'ost istbe noisiest advocate of this policy, though it is cot more anxious for its success than the other newspaper representatives of the gold standard idea. The fight between the two Democratic committees in that city is lept up by the Post and its allies for no other purposo, and thoie Democrats who have been intimidated by its threats and the threats of its backers to knife the Democratic ticket unless its demands are complied nith will find that they must either cut loose from this alliance or place themsehes beyond the pale of the Democratic organization. The Climax especially commends to the Democrats of Kentucky the utterances of the Democratic League of New York City, and republishes it in this connection so that every Democrat may have an opportunity to read Gloomy, HOWS THIS! - - The Climax Printing J. C CHESAULT, S Go. Proprietor! and Editors. A. D. MILLEB. C . 'OODS, MisocitJc Editor. PRICE PKIl YEAR, 2G, $1.50. S1.25 1S97. IN ADVAKCE, WEDNESDAY. MAY n M ir it: The Progressive Democratic League of New York City fully agrees with s, asevere eaeo of stomach trouble I had pains in my utomncb and bowels so that I could not stand or work without great suffering. My appetite waS"very poor and when I did eat anythlng.I was shortly afterwards seized with vomiting spells. I could not rest at night and felt lame and tired all over. I became nervous, and had no energy whatever. My life seemed gloomy and hopeless. My husband advised me to take Ilood'a Sarsaparilla, aa ho had been taking it with great bene-use- d. I began taking it and the first bottle did me a g'eat deal of good. I continued with it regularly and have now almost fully regained my natural weight and am doing nearly all my housework." Mrs. Rinda Crockeh, Gladstone, Ala. "My blood waa out of order and I had no energy. After taking two bottles ot Hood's Sarsaparilla I felt better than for a j ear." Marion W. Smith, Collins-vill- e, Alabama. Hood's Sarsaparilla is sold by druggists. 51, six for ?5. B& sure to get Hood's. Tired, NerInternal Palns-Lavous Every Bad Symptom Cured by Hood's Sarsapanlla. " For nearly Are years I suffered with We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be c red" by Hall's Catarrh Cure P. J. CHENEY & CO. Props., Toledo, We the undrsighetl, have known P; J. Cheney for the last 13 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry obligations made by their firm. We3t & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo 0., Waldiug, Kinnan &. Marvin, Wholesale Drnggists Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly. acting directly upon the blood and mucous sufa'ces of the system. Price, 7oc. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. inay-5-lt- n Testimonials free. isP Brower, Scott & Frazee w CAETETS, FURNITURE, WALLPAPERS. BRAPERIES. Woman's Greatest Dislike Is Spring Cleaning !in,i why not make it a lit- tie more pleasant her. r To Bo Sure That You Get One of the Best Bur the CORRESPONDENCE. WIXSTOK Estill CoOnty.l (Delayed. DEMOCRATIC For Ciacnit Jndpe THOMAS TICKET J. SCOTT, of Madion county. For Conimonw ealth'fe Attorney B. A. CRUTCH ER, of DEMOCRATIC Je-ami- county. MASS CONVENTION. Pursuant to the order of the Demo cratic State Execntie Committee, made at u meeting hold at Frankfort. Ky., April 13th, 1897, the Democrats of MndiMin county are hereby requested to meet in mass convention, at the Court Hour, in Richmond, Ky., on SATURDAY, MAY 29 Til, at 2 o'clock p. m., (standard time), to select delegates to attend a Democratic State Convention to be held at Frankfort on Wednesday, June 2nd, 1S97, to nominate a Democratic candidate for the oiliee of Clerk of the Court of Appeals of Kentucky, to be voted for at the general election, in November, lSt'7. social conditions. the reiterated assertions of partisans, reformers, political divines and societ saviors that the issues of the coining municipal election are local and not national. We recognize the fact that tiie recently adopted State constitution was framed lor the express purpose of separating State from national issues. That the question of home rule and for oni creat metropolis without the domination of rural legislators; that the right of the people to govern themselves by the will of the majority and not by the withes of a "better class;" of vigorous rcfistancs to and abrogation of vicious sumptuary legislation which assails the personal liberty of eery citizen and now seriously confronts us, are all essentially local in chaiacter. We also recognize iu the absolute surrender of our national government into the hands of the trusts; in the enal, disgraceful and profligate lecord of the Kepiiblican legislature just closed, aud the utter failure of the extravagant and farcical pseudo-reforRepublican administration in this city to advance the public welfare that the only hope of our people lies in the success of the Democratic party, and that to such success we should bend eery effort, provided the Democracy presented for our support and sutrrages is loyal aud true to the national tenets of the party as adopted by a te of representatives from eery section of our common country voicing the wishes of the people and ratified by the Democracy of tiiis State at the Hnlfalo convention. We do not seek to inject national issues into a purely local election, hut we are alive to the fact that the term of the incoming local government extends beond the national campaign of 1900. and that the power and influence with which it will be invented will be a potent factor for the conservation of human rights and materially affect our future political and nt m ing, was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Pettus, at Kingston, this week. Mrs. James B. McCreary will arrive on the 2Sth to be the guest of Mrs. John A. Huguely. Danville Advo- cate. Miss Amy Smith delightfully entertained the "As You Like It" Club, on Tuesday evening in honor of her visitors. C. E. Smith left yesterday for Jackson, in company with two gentlemen from Buffalo, New York, who are looking up timber lands. Miss Annie Bennett will have for guests during Commencement Miss Grace Pearson, of Versailles, and Miss Dudley, of Frankfort. MIsscsJliilejF of Versailles, and Mary Br'dgeforth, of Mt. Sterling, arrive and will ho the guests of Miss Florence Chenault. Mrs. R. F. Spears, Mrs. F. L. Helm, to-da- Special lo Climax: The Democratic Committee met at Irvine Gourt House Monday and nominated the following ticket for county olficers in Estill: S. P. Richaidson, Sheriff; Thomas Williams, Jr., Circuit Judge; Will H. Wiseman, County Clerk; Hugh Hiddell, County Attorney; Joseph Cox, School Superintendent; Ansil G. Powell, Jailer. No nomination was made for County Judge, Assessor, Surveyor or Coroner. The nliove ticket is composed of good men and will make a hot fight for victory in November. 2- -. SHE NEEDS A GREAT MANY I o 3 h. FOLDING BED. Absolutely Safe, Different Woods jjnd Finishes. We Invite Inspection. KINGS STATWX. Estill Connty.l here. Farmers are about done planting corn . New Thin To take the place of those worn out ami tns-passed entirely out of style. Wht-them, she needs them in the two-thir- ds y, John t.l IJ. Ciibnault, Ch'm. Dem. Com Madison county, tion expresses your views and sends vour choice to the State convention. the May term of the Shelbv Circuit Court, sayh the News, "The flrht buiines was the hearing of the reports of the various county and city ollicers, a feature of which was the report of County Clerk Doss, which showed more mortgages than anything else and speaks well for the beautiful efiects of the gold standard. Since Janujry term of Circuit Court he ha recorded a total of 12G mort-gas- ." Vote early on Saturday, don't that; but remember to come that the convenint'i forget tow-ifan- d K-- e At i Rcmemrek your duty on Saturday, H and after voting early for your choice for Democratic nominees come into R town to the Comention called for the purpose of electing delegates to the State Convention, "which meets in Frankfort on the following Wednes- rl day. There is no doubt as to the attitude of the Democratic party in Kentucky, but while thifi is true, Democrats inustattend the County Conventions in order to have ,their wishes recorded. The Republican party after a clamor of thirty year.s has been given a trial in Kentucky, ami their failure to redeem their j romises has been absolute and complete. To wrest the power from them is only a question of party duty, and the Democrtt.s of the fctate will make a great mistake if thevallow inaction now, while the time is so ripe, to put their chances in jeopardy. Come in on Saturday, therefore, to the county convention, which bhould enunciate Democratic principles, and see that true Democrats are sent as delegates to the State convention. Vote early on Saturday, and let the watchword be "On To Richmond!" This is an important year for the Democratic party of Kentucky. Through the most shameless treachery ever recorded in the history of the State on the part of the daily press of Louisville and of men who have always been honoied by the votes of Democrats, the control of the administration has been handed over to the Republicans, who within their brief reign have disgraced the State. This year the State will be redeemed. It is within the power of the Democrats to redeem it so decisively and by such an overwhelming majority that all vigorous opposition will be silenced for a generation. Our esteemed and unmistakably Republican contemporary located on the North side ol Main street has donned what printers call a "'new dres?," ripple of the atriyal of a the prosperity wave promised last November. The "Panty" is a newsy sheet, and stands by its (tarty, which is the way a newspaper ought to do. It was a boomer from the start and deserves protection, but it setteth a trap for itself when it says the Republicans tear away from their party when they cinnot get what they wan, John Wan namaber for instance. The latter pot what he wanted, dead sure, when Harrison made him P. M. General as a reward for his campaign contribution in 'SS. Mr. Wannamnker is now amonjr the great army of disappointed who want the prosperity promised last fall, and, getting it not, is 'tearinj away.' Certainly we nre not gettinR what we want. The editor of the Pantagraph is not g tting w hat he wants. It may fee coming with the good times. It is a condition and not a theory which confronts ns, as once remarked a distinguished J K Ye are therefore concerned that the candidates nominated by the regular Democracy shall not be enemies of our principles, placed in positions to injure the future success aud welfare of our party. We hae an abiding faith in the truth and justice cf our principles as enunciated in the national platform and of their ultimate approval by a majority of our fellow citizens. We have not lost heart or courage by our repulse in the first skirmish with the legions of corporate predatory wealth. Eery citizen remembers the prophecies of the Republican press and orators iu the last cam pain, that as soon as it as proclaimed that McKinley'd election was an accomplished fact.lrom that time there would bean immediate and coutinued revival of business, lint it is too apparent to the toiling masses and tradespeople that these predictions were false and that the continued paralysis of all industry throughout the country only emphasizes the Democratic contention that there is something radically wrong in the monetary sjstcm of the country. The awakening has come, the people are aroused. T.ie remit elections hi this State, in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and New Jersey plainly sluw that the tide is turning. Shall the iejul.tr De nocr.icv of this grand metropolis take a d step? Can it aliorl t. i'niMreiir repudiate its national creed ? In it for the a lie of the return to the fold of those few wealthy individiia s mde pi.nn.nr it influential by our sutirages, who, 1, p nonal intere-tr- i, for the sake of beKMi.-sonl- i deserted the h tuner of Democracy, went over to the enemy, and used their wealth to defeat anil disintegrate our orginization. the regular Democracy, ilienate the lens of tlioiwuids of the toiling masses who wiihnnt to iist parly n flii nobly supported the n nion.il Democratic platform adopted at Chicago. The criterion of Democracy is allegiance to the principle adopted by i's natioral contention, which, having the indorsement of six and half miluons of Democratic voteis, renders loyalty to those principles f ro n the dale of the adoption, and support of those selected by the party to represent them, lo entitle any one to the confidence of Democrats. A others hart- - forfeited their right to call themselves Democrats or to repre- sent Democracy. A victory won thus ear, while ig.ioring Democratic principles, could logically only result in a demand next year to denv tiiat which this ear is ignored. To that or anything that will tend to it we will not consent, aud we denv the wisdom of such action. A mistrust horn of past experience precludes the possibility of our having any faitli in any of those who, claimiing to be Democrats, rejected the principles of the nia- joritv and attempted to discredit and disrupt our party. Le igne will therefore support as candi- The Progressive Demo-rati- u dates for any office whatsoever under the municipal government only men who are capable, honest and loyal Democrats. hack-warwi-e- or a-- of Spears, and Mrs. B. S. Boggs, of Red House, are with Mrs. T. T. Cov- -. ington and Mrs. R E. Turley. Messrs. Bob Bridgeford and O. T. M. Conrad, of Louisville; John C. Wood, of Lebanon, Carl Day, of Lexington, .will be among the visitors of Commencement. R: E. Little, S. A. S. Fox and W. R. Pattie, ot Richmond, stopped over here Wednesday night on their road to Torrent.-Spo- ut Springs (Estill ' spell of sickness. The 1!. N. I. & B. pay car was out the 21st hist., and all of the boys have smiling faces at this time. , B F. Wilcox, of Cedar Grove, this county, was hero oneday last week looking after his business. J. P. Rogers and several others w ent fishing last Srtnrday. They report a good time and plenty of fish." Why don't the Portwood correspondent cive the names of the officers of their town so we may know to whom we may appeal &hould we ever get into trouble iu that tow n. J. H. Turpin, of Portwood. is the recognized agent for the Louisville Dispatch, the best paper published south of the Mason and Dixon line, and people are giviug him a liberal patronage. If. C. Kice, of Irvine, was here last Friday. JJikJ Hall spoilt several days last week with relatives in Madison county. W. T. Tharp, the clever postmaster of Winston, was here last week on business. Wo are glad to note that Mrs. C. T. Grinstead is able to be out after her long Correct Prices. Brower, 32-3- 1 Scott & Frazee, And aught to have them anyway, ami esjxi.i since she been so very economical and Comer Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. during the recent DOYLESYILLE. Sunday. Mrs. Maggie Jordan, who has been sick only a short while, continues very low and is not expected to recover. The Sunday-schoat th's place celebrated Childien's Day the third Sunday iu this month with a large attendance. Some of our College 21 ill friends and others gave us valuable assistance which was very much appreciated. Miss Lucv Hisle, of Richmond, and Mr. Dee Bush, of Clark count, surprised the people of this place last Friday evening by going to College Hill and getting married, Rev. W. F. Wvatt officiating. Miss Cora Keevcs, of this place, and Mr. Richard Oliver, ot Clark. county, were the attendants. ol I H reg-ir- 1 1 well-grounde- d A full half of the year THE SLATE. has expired since the will of tl e RepubThe Hoard of Equalization has comlican party was declared. Thus far but one of the important issues of the cam- plete! its labors, and gave out Wedpaign is Hearing settlement, and hardly nesday the following statement as to any noticeable improvement of the its work : wretched times is manifest- - The tide Total value of property in the State, will soon set in 6trougly against the Re- as assessed by the County Assessors, publican party unless the depression of $530,080,353. business is altered. Idleness and want Total value of the same property as breed a bitter discontent, which will equalized by the board, $519,400,771. never be overcome until there is ample Last year the total assessed value of good times. employment-- Mc-Kinl- ey sn -- John Robertson tells-oa town jn Scotland where uthe men wore out the knees Jim Jones. of their pant-- j in gettinn.reliion ill winMiss Lula Dry an, of Houston, Tex., ter, anil the Bents llit-i- panlfi ol In backRepuhlicautarc"le3. is expected this week to bo the guest sliding all Glimmer." This was before general opinion is that the adThe of Mifca Marie Harbor. the'daya of instanlaueohs icauLtificatlOn dress deserves unusual significance, in political affairs. Among business mcu, Miss Anifa. Weaver, of North Mid- - and can nottbe made, to apply ijo the that itsonnds the keynote of a new however, there is growing np a sturdy dletowii, is attending the Madison In- llethodist meeting held hero so to be henceforth injected into entiraent of revolt against the prevalent stitute Commencement. Pennsylvania politics. tem"iof one. man jower, and lam per-Mrs. S- - P. Walters' gave her SunJhp it will give to this In the course of his address Mr. Wancl V co. ridp-'day school scholars a delightful '( u Utte eventually a far purer jo!itical .1 amaker said. on Saturday last. . J'oxTER.-fO- n 10,- to "The country is ntA prosperous. Since has ever hatf before. 'I he He- than it Misses Carrie Martin, of Lexington, tne wife oiK6v. w;jmI Pctto'r.sueo the outset of the last presidential cam- - publican partynnst realise that some.L - " r. 1 MADEZ s pen the party press and political led thing must be'done if it would preserve anaxieuK jMarun, oi St. x,oms, are 3iisa.Jout.'3,(ji sou. 21 A PWe GnKfc Om" of Tartar PrtuTW F. generally fixed the S&veaibwMBleo- - the confidence of this State ani this Iguests.oi of Aliss Anna Frazee?.-- . oM wr; .;, from AmmrLhu'lliim st" mr v ..u-- i Ur. " v nk1 iuwwini jfSi:-i t . ,;? .i thamt.itua huSim;.. 0CVB . w. uv ruhMaK . lUiriUMll. IfldttMUttlU 1f 1I illtUIHIW UHMKIK. Ill HT'lBAri. w a.j. i r l tT 40 7T5A8S THE STANDARD, f wide-sprea-d The Climax presented last week the gist of the speech made by Harrison's Postmaster General Johu Wanamaker iu Philadelphia, in which he predicted a revulsion against the Republican part) unless the depression is relieved. The speech has created alarm in jected " -- can you leu wnat win ue ine imurei policy of the Business Men's League of this State, and whether it is likely to take a more aggressive iiolitical Etand in tJie immediate future?" I asked. "As to that I can not answer. The league, I should say, is in a more united form than it has been before." 'Have vou any idea of the means that could have been taken to bring absui financial and industrial prosperity, and which were neglected? Do you think the lime since .Match 4 has been sufficient to make many changes or estab lished innovations?" "I have nothing tosay on the matter," replied Mr. Wanamaker, ''except that 1 abide by what lsaid in my address iast evening. Every one knows .the condition of affairs'in Pennsylvania, and to a .great extent outside. I do not think that business men in the past have taken enough interest in practical politics, and it is that fart wjiicli is largely responsible for the present undesirable condition of Referring to State politics. Mr. Wana- value $570,920,762. This shows that the assessed value this year was maker said: less than last year, while the 'Dismay and discomfiture and dread apprehension hae followed the entire equalized value is about $21,500,000 session of the present Legislature. A less than last year. gallant little band of true men have Last year the taxes due under the formed a phalanx in the Senate and not 42 cent tax was $2,420,438, while this an inch has been yielded by the valiant year the 52 cent rate goes into effect, members of the House- - Those who and the taxes will amount to $2,881,-40- 1, or an increase of over S150.000. have failed to rise with the opportunity n ill soon come to the dav of reckoning with their constituents, when a million of people will review their acts" Miss Mary Letcher, of Cincinnati, I saw Mr. Wanamaker this afternooon, saidafew York Herald reporter, and is with Mrs. S. P. Walters. asked him whether he had anything J. Rice Crooks, of Pineville, is the further to say regarding the promised guest of Professor Denton. era of prosperity which he stated had Miss Riekle,of Cynthiana, will visit not rome since McKiuley's election. Miss Amy Smith on Thursday. "I decline to discuss that phase of the Miss Deering, of Mt. Sterling, is the question." answered Mr. Wanamaker. , . . ,, . made certain statements which i u"1' ol urs- - James w. Caperton. "I have m re Miss Emily Chenault returned from true, and they may be taken or re-- 1 $23,-000,0- 00 ' was $553,844,329, and the equalized PERSONAL,. I school in New Jersey, on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Tevis left yesterday for a two weeks visit in St. Louis Miss Lucy Drown, of Frankfort, is visiting the Misses Crow, on High Street. Mrs. William Dowell .Oldham and son.Dovvell, ate visiting Mrs. G. W. Pruitt. tion City. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M. Alvorson came up last week to visit Mrs. Mattie Alverson. W. Ji.Jones left Tuesday for Black Slock, S C., to visit his brother, Mr.' friends. Mrs. G. W. Richardson is visiting her son, W. T. Kichardso'n, at Junc -- Miss Meritto Jones left last week, for Bogersvillc, Tennessee, to visit Jones is attending' the General Assembly at Charlotte, N. C. Miss Tannie Mills, of Silver Creek, Mr. T. J. Gentry, of Estill county, visited Mr. and Mrs. Johu Rucker this 1 who has been the guest of his son, R. week. L. Gentry, left Monday for Holt, Miss Frankye Doty, one of Garrard's Missouri, where ho will spend the Uelies, is visiting Mrs.-LBallard, lit summer w ith his daughter, Mrs. A. D. Madison. Miss Jennie Hammond, of Jellico. Benton. Tenn , is visiting her sister, Mrs. Otner Misses Florence Curd and Mae McKiiiuey. Kseott, ot Shelbyville, aud Annie Gallow ay .: Woods have a car load of Forsythe, of Harrodsuurg, will ar- hogs which they will ship to Cincinnati rive on Friday and remain through ii.is weeK. Miss Virgiline Ballard, of Kansas City, Commencement, the guests of Miss is the charming guest of Miss Lucile Katie Blanton. Captain T. S. Ellis is in Danville Ballard. Gabe Salter purchased of Mr. Georro visiting Mr. Thomas McRoberts. The Ballard one nice heifer for the butcher "Judge" is much missed by the trade at $2.00 Court House crowd and other friends Mr. Fall, representing .Conche & Co , who wish him and Mrs. Ellis a pleas- of Fort Clinton, Ohio, is here purchasing walnut logs for export. ant visit and a safe return. Misses Mamie Itamsey and Jim Mrs Walstem Goodale Smith, nee left last week for an,. extended Miss Alice Mnrkiey, of Columbus, O., visit in isouth Carolina. is visiting Mrs. B. W. Turner. She Mr. G. William McClanahan, better is pleasantly remembered by Rich- known as "Patsy," is contemplating a mond people, having attended Madi- trip to Cincinnati this week. Mr. Chas. F. Higgins, better known as son Institute some years ago. 'The Angel of Commerce," spent last Mrs. B. W. Turner has issued invi- w eek with friends and relatives. Messrs. Fish & Co., have added a soda tations "To meet Mrs. Walstein Smith and Mies Ethel Garner, Wed- fountain to their business and wilt Bene nesday afternoon, May 26, 3:80 to G souietniug cold during the summer. Paint Lick has two o'clock. It is needless to add that which are running a produce houses daily huckster this will be a mostenjoyable affair. agon eacli and doing a lively business. No event of late has surpassed in The evening train w hich was put on elegauce and enjoyment the party this week is a great convenience and acgiven by Miss Florence Myers at commodation to the people of this section. Dreaming Cieek Heights on Monday. Capt. Peter Howe, of this plate, atAssisted by Miss Phelps, the affair tended the Decoration in Richmond Satwas distingue, and long to bo remem- urday and returned filled to the brim ' with patriotism. bered. Rev. A. W. Crawford is attending the Mr. Leslie P. Evans has been in- General Assembly at Charlotte, N. C, vited by Mrs. L. C. Brock, of asa representative of tho Presbyterian to contest for n diamond stud church in Kentucky. at a declamatory- - contest in that city. Rev. Jasper K. Smith filled Mr. Craw- June 21. The evont wilt be in keep- lord's pulpit at Man&e Sunday, and his. ing with all such which Mrs. Brock cciiuuu was uiiprvkitieu oy a large and attentive congregation. presides, which means that the Twin George, aged G cars, son ot Mr and City will entertain the visitors In Mrs Johu Lawson, died on last Thursday after a protracted Illness. The fam-jlroyal style. have thesympathy Hon. H. P. Grider, wife and two in their bereavement. of the community children, of Kansas City, are visiting A picnic was given in "The MeCor-micrelatives here. Mr. Grider, who is a Woods," near Manse, last Satur- ZfK brother-in-laof Mr. N. B. Deather day, by Miss Jane Lusk to her school LViM', age, is a son of the preacher Legis- children aud many friend?, songs, music, fgX-T-j and an elegant lunch lator, lately of Casey, but now of tive features of the day.were the attrac!&& SS& Madison. rSjO Rev. J. A. Median will fill his lat apft&h Miss Rosa Alverson was called to pointment t Mt. Tabor next din) Sunday, The community at large Xiisf. SS New Orleans, La., on Friday by a are loath to give Bro. Median up as he telegram announcing the critical ill- has done much good for his church and $.W. ness of Mrs. W. D. Alverson, nee Miss the cause of Christ here. V 'SrS' Jennie O'Connor. Mrs. Alverson was gvVg Collecting Toll. "5gj3' a daughter of Mr. Thomas O'Connor, V5f A dispatch says that A. J. Doty, presiChief of tho New Orleans Fire De QVtl partment, a position lie has hold for dent of tne Ijincasler and Richmond XJSJ turnpike, has ignored the notice left liy S2--J thirty years. 'tfrJi? KSa) Tho "As You Like It" Club, will the raiders, and with his four sons and S&gj entertain on June 4, at Mrs. J. Speed hired hands heavily armed, is proceeding yT3 Smith's. Professor Mitchell's band to collect toll day and night, lie is a fiFfVft will wake the West End echoes, aud tearless mankind will not be deprived or lSS the following club members will do therightsof his property, though hiilife 'JrSV the honors: 'Misses Katie Smith, be placed in jeopaidy. .Serious resnlts d3) Florence Chenault, Dovoy Letcher, may bo the outcome, as the gate is Eeven Mabel Terrill, Annie Bright, Alary jni'esfcom town. Little, Virginia Betts, Margaretta Smith, Awarded ue Hume, Bettie Taylor, Elsie McCowit. Highest Honors World's Fair, W. B. d. Mc-Coriui- ck county) Times, May 22. Mrs. Eugenia Hume is visiting her daughter, Miss Sue, at Belmont, the fashionable Seminary at Nashville. En route home next week thej' will stop at Bowling Green. After a delightful visit home where her many warm friends gave her a welcome she will long remember, Mrs Delia Ramsey Kenney returned to Danville on Saturday. Miss Mary Belle Tribble has been elected Assistant Corresponding Secretary of the Madison Institute Alumna; Association, which is a high though deserved compliment. Miss Emily Hazelrigg, the popular daughter of Appellate Judge Hazelrigg, of Frankfort, and Miss Virginia Chennult.a Mt. Sterling beauty, will visit Miss Katie Smith next week. . Gardens and corn had begun to look dry previous to the rain, which fell last SPRING POL WINQ. M And now you can get them at such very LOW I'K providing you cometo us from them, that t no excuse for you'not making her haj( means home more pleasant for yourself. Hard Timt i We have the best plows the ries produce. If you expect to do any plowing the coming spring, and are not already supplied with plows, 30 u cannot afford to buy before giving us a call. Everything kept in a well equipped hardware house is found in our stock. facto- - Our Stock is Complete And not an article but what lias been lxmght first of the year and entirely too many of t mention each one, so just rememlier plea.. we have anything jou may want in the Fin line and if you do not believe it, come and yourself. . to Ik'lForriloSesOtPietalik:, jjf PjIIjVT Capt. his family in Lancaster. Mr. I. C. Thicker spent Sunday with r lick. Buchanan M & Iiackelf ord RICHMOND, --- $- Gentry, I Furniture and Undertakers. L ' KEN'lUCKY lli J ; " :,- - ,"':" . -- . M K. -- ..- v HI 1 ;-- ; -- 7 - -- ' www n - 9mm ' z- J-'- foWWWrCi & Igs l -- II r" - mmt to) .. - - --- . Cyi-thian- a, v y k - w S '' . . . ' .. - ' . M(tf$l$ WltfWW MA'Mtk 'ClitiUUil KlJlKUNKUS WXi W;vJaiW - rit$M!NS. tlflMf iS 5 ",K , '- l '.". v-- - WWWW " " AvJlthlhs n MMtfS KVWWjy '- - - ' --- . " . i IV'" ffltiJTiMI,J : JtjfthXh fflll JBll WyJwJ$ ' '.' -r " -- j'jllv (IV " " ' 1x '-- , "f J ?! , ? r - " -i , ' - "" 'h 1! ' "f v "isPfSl . " ' Sui3l n x II jCfp77.- - - y , tepSKgrf XWK' UUP -According to one authority the word "dollar" is a corruption of the German word "thaler." theform in Dutch bein "daalder," Danish "daler," and Italian tallero" All these different forms were derived from Joachim's Thai, a Boheinaln town, where the Count ot Schlick, A. D. M17 coined some excellent pieces in silver of one ounce in weight. "From the name or the town came Joachim's thaler, applied to the above-namcoins, as. well as that ot Schlickenthaler. Hence, Joachim's thaler pieces were first Contracted into Joachim's- - thalers and then into thalers. These coins gained such a reputation," -says the St. Louis that they became a pattern, so that others ot the same kind, though made in other places, took the name, the word assuming different spelling through the low countries, reaching 'Spain as dollars, and through its provinces transmitted to the Western hemisphere where it was applied to coins prior to the adoption of the federal enrren- cy- - In coinage the word 'dollar is a favor- ite, being found under Tarious spellings in almost every part of the globe " Thevalue of a dollar has so increased of late that it will now purchase twice as ranch as former- ly, particularly in dry goods, clothinir. and gent's furnishings at the New York Store, neitto Fanner's National Bank, Richmond, ed Globe-Democr- '" iVT . K s v J f-:-H ' - iV ... P(j . LVT- -i yi - iirisi1 ' - . Kl r"l lK i f''"rv' 4 1 C C71 v 4j- -- Y?S , . - , - 'V " - ?. " ?" " fSI - lZji CkQ T" A - ' ' z - . '- ' '' ,"-- .. . .' - fVl i,5' EC--i j'j l-j- VJlj -- V$tl Ku rVvt Y" ,fe G-- M 'm 3 M a JKf- Sk.t Ky. V JV 0 . VI 1 U M Amy-Smit- h, RELIGIOUS. 1, IB I irHaBL i .,.---;- -, -- rt- -- - CREAM ele-me- ut -- t BIRTHS, Tlnn-BdayIa- BAKING CT f- eys-.ei- - WWDffi " -- MOST-PERFE- . Uoao(-lSS6a8 it. -- ..t-,-- -. J"j"Jit'7z tp-- . -- -- V- 1 11 K ;'': C r "" - fTi - r& " w il." .- 1 . 3- - , jcT - ly- Tit 1 a ".- -. .: r . " : r r - ,, . - 2, .&&) ftrranlrY- - irlrr f iTI'- - 3'- - iriflffir" rr l jAsmBkBA '" ! i A i . U ;, Juno 1st and 2nd the Prankfort and Cincinnati Railway will run three Dr. T.TST. "Willis, a brother of Post- 1S97. trains each way between Paris and master J. B. Willis, assisted in reWEDNESDAY, MAY 26, Frankfort to accommodate visitors to moving a2451b. tumor from a Shelby the State Convention. county lady last week and the world's Center 14, C. TJ. 5. record has been broken. Tbeiady Kentucky Stale Democratic Convenllon. C. TJ. vs. K. U. here Saturday. Frankfort, Juno 2d. Tickets via the weighed, after the operation, only 130 pounds, which would warrant the jest Decoration Day at College Hill, Queen and Crescent Route & George-towthat May 29th. oirn tajik tho round trip June from instead of tho tumor being taken her, she was taken from it. In bujiKy, surrey or 1st and 2nd. good to return uutil Juno this For a connection it is proper to stnto 5th. Ask Q, & C. agents for further tf phaeton, call ou John Douelson. that the first operation for ovarian particulars tumor was performed in 1809, at DanOrdination services at the Christian Mr. Bales For Mayor. ville, by Dr. Ephraim McDowell, Uuiou, next Sunday at 7:30 church, at The announcement of Mr. J. "W". Dales grand-fathof Mrs. Win. M. Irvine, Jl ui. as a candidate for the fiomination for of this city, whoso momory is revered II S. Morgan, of White's Station, Mayor of Richmond brings before the by the medical world. Full particusold to J. G. Galloway, 30 fat shoats. people for their suffrage, a gentleman lars of the operation referred to, will average 12T pounds, at $3 perliun-d- r whose integrity, ability and fitness none bo omul ou our first page. Kat-urda- y, The Richmond Climax. Democratic Cortvenlion. .81 Giant Tumor Removed Broken. All Records Summer School, Y. W. C. A., Asheville, N. C, June 5, 1897. 15-2- n llrst-clas- a until Juno 27th. Asheville is located in Western North Carolina, the beautiful "Land of tho Sky." The grand mountain scenery and delightful climate of this picturesque region, duo to its high altitude, making it an ideal summer resort. See nearest ticket agent Southern Railway for rates and information. may26 3t For tho above Occasion,,'the Southern Railway will sell round trip tickets from Louisville and points in Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, LaGrippe, Kentucky at one fare for tho round trip. Tiekets will be sold Juno 13th Hoarseness, DifhVult Breathing, to 15th inclusive, good for return Incipient Consumption, Jlonp-ing-coiig- 17 HAT SAVS YOUS LIFE. A dose or two of Foley's Honey and Tar will prevent an attack of pneumanu, grip or severe cold if taken in time. h, As-tlia- or Bronchitis. Gives relief in advanced stages of Consumption, Asthama or Bronchitis. Guaranteed. may-5.1i- n a, The Medical Societies of Hardin and Larue counties met at Hodgenville Friday night. are the most fatal of T?e Beautiful Display iL WW , I ' mmW er will gainsay. Should he be honored Another Big Assignment. Society with the office the city's affairs will be The ladies of the Lexington was treated to another senPresbyterian church at Kirksville in good hands. Remember his candiif the sation on Friday when the big distilling propose to have a btrawberry Bupper dacy. firm of Win. Tarr & Co. assigned. AVtn. "The World Is Mine," Said Monte Crislo, 1 rula night, June 4th. Tarr, head of the fiim, who has been Ccrro Gordo and Malt Cohen. Madison Institute Commencement rated for years at over a Matt S. Cohen, of Richmond, was also made an individualquarter million, at 11 at the Christian church assignment of Seven graduates. Sermon by here Friday and Saturday visiting his his fine property in Bourbon county. 1. dock. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Cohen, No schedule of assets Ir II. L. "Willis, of Chicago. and liabilities has says the AVoodford Sun. Matt tolls yet been filed and the amount involved Mr. Simmons, of Missouri, us Ite. that he is out of tho horse busiMill preach at the Baptist church ness now, except that he wants to is not yet know u. The assets named include the disin xt Sunday, at 7 a. m instead of 11 match Cerro-Gord- o against any sad- tilling plant, worth at least big ?50,000; heretofore announced. a in as j. dle stallion in Kentucky, for $100 or 1,525 acres of rich Bluegrass lands, a The ladies of the Missionary Society more. Cerro Gordo, it will be remem- number of town lots in Superior, Wis.; uf tne Presbyterian church at Kirksville bered, won the Saddle Stallion Stake stocks, notes, bonds and accounts. It is propose to have a strawberry bupper at the Versailles Fair, last year, de- belie'ved that the assets will cover liabilifeating Thornton Star and other good ties. The assignment was !ndj night, June 4th. due to Mo ones. Tarr's indorsement of friends for several A visit 10 John Donelson's carriage Good Stock Items. heavy sums. fartorj will convince you that he has the Mnt Cohen returned from Cincinnati line ff buggies, surries, pliaetunx, ntut Died in Lexington. Monday where he took an extra load of tf ell ever diuplayel in Richmond. John Vanderpool Smith died at fat heifers fed by Mr. Robt. Mason, of Mrs. Mattie Aherson, the famous this county, and they were pronounced 12:45 Friday night at the residence of Like maker of Madison, is an artist when by every body to he the f.Htest, finest and his son, John R. Smith, on South' it comes to ganlening. She has the best load of cattle received at the Union Spring Street, Lexington. Mr. Smith finest sweet otato plants on the market yards this season. There were 2t head, was in his eighty-secon- d year, and 1 r sjle. 22 red, 2 roans and 2 black, all home the immediate cause of his death was dropsy of the heart. He was born in If vou want to be astonished call as raised an average 902 lbs. Wagers fc Cohen xilso bought from Lewistown, Penn., November 27, 1815. we dill on S. I MidkifTaud examine his He came to Kentucky when about 21 line of barouches, phaetons, buggies and various parlies a load of fat hogs at 3c. years of age. He was twice married, which they shipped csterday. rnail wagons anil get his prices for same. There were fifty-fiv- e thousand hogs on his first wife being a daughter of Tde jioorest can afford to ride in a vehicle Chicago market Monday, the largest run Judge Jas. Payne Mitchell, of Boyle tf hi- - puces. at county, and his second Miss Elizaup this year; tops S'jld at $3 70. We hae noticed in our horse exbeth R. Owsley, of Winchester, both MUt-iouar- y d. Stimulate the stomach, rouie the Hi cr. cure bilious- neis, headache, dizziness, boot stomach, constipation. H Price 25 cents, bold by The onlj 11U to tako with Uood'a Sartaparilla. etc Hood's Q III P diseases. oley'8 Kidney Cure. a Guaranteed remedy or money refundmay-5-led. m iiusj Diseases uk I 1 rXc7i - B If 9 111 'J all dniratfiiU. The Republicans of Vino Grove held an election Friday for postmaster. Cascahets stimulate liver, kidneys and bowels. 10c. non-po- h Never sicken, weaken or gripe. mavl-ly Ministers' and members' meeting, to be held with the Dallasburg Church, near Imminence, will begin May 28. Ashland is to have a new paper, to be I d and u-- We are not to blame for. We cannot - held iesponsiable for tho dispositions aid tendencies which we derive from ur ancestrs, nor arc we responsible for the germs of disease which may manifest themselves in our blood as a heritage from fonner generations. But we are responsible if we allow these germs to develop into eerias diseases which will impair our usefulness and destroy our hapLightning played fsonie lively tricks down in the Cumberland river part of piness. We are responsible if we trans the Purchase Friday might. mit to our descendants the diseases get ms which it is possible for us to eradicate by W2EN,lTATTJaE the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla. the one Needs assistance it may he best the render it probably, but one should remem- true blood purifier. This medicine has ber to use even tho most perfect remedies power to make rich, red blood and estabonly when needed. The best and most lish perfect health in plabc of disese. simple and gentle remedy is the Syrup of may-5-lof Fics, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Company. may-5-lSheep killing dogs are again getting in Lancaster will have a new electric light their work in Garrard county. plant iu a few days. The Westfield (Ind.) ATi prints the '0 m m Fifty Dollars a week easily made. Agents wanted iu every locality for Hon. W. J. Bryan's great and only book, "The First Battle," The bestseller every produced. Agents are taking as manv orders per week. Beware of frand-nleimitations. Send foroutfit and begin work at once. W. B. Conke Company, Publishers 341 Dearborn Street, Chicago. may-1- 2 2m WHAT WE INEERI? r JiB BUSY BEE ' - . I s)" P L - to an old resident of HAYS Y0TJ KID27EY T5.0UBL3? following in A 50c. trial bottle of Foley's Cure will that place: "Frank McAvoy, f.ir many prevent seiious results from this fatal years iu the employ of the L., N. A. & reg-ir- disease may-5-l- C. Ry. con-clae- of here.juys I have used Cham- Maysville will entertain the next he Knigts Templar. Mr. Sam Dcatherage Withdraws. change quite :i discussion, on the of hnvding problem, in which three Mr. S, A. Deathcrage withdrew on our Madison county horses are quit Monday from the rate for the Demoprominent. They are Dr. Hooker, cratic nomination for Jailer, and asked Majrjrie Igo and dam of Maggie Igo. Commencing May 17th, the C. & O. from Lexington will resume con-- n. ction with L. k N. train arriving Close connection at .pen, p. m. m iw on all trains via L. & X. both to mayl2-t- f ami from Lexington. Baccalaureate The music at the ser-ui- on of C U. on Sunday, June G, will be tinuMialh fine. Miss Ruth Crow will IU the organ accompaniments, Miss Pat tie will direct the music, and a large horns will furnish melodj1 for the mul- titude. The First Presbvterian church, this ity, will observe Children's Day next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. This lax is observed eery jear in accordance with The General Assenilny. A program of responsive reading and music Public initod. A. "West was appointed by the County Attorney of Estill ( ou:ity Court, to 1111 the unexpired term of Grant E. Lilly. He is the Republican candidate for County Attorn"- in Estill county at the coming November election. Wc Challenge the World. Still ahead of them all. They on first-claThe Clijiax not only openly chalcan't touch our low prices groceries. Some may attempt lenges its contemporaries to a showit but invaribly fall by the way side. down on circulation, but we challenge Dull days are a thing of the past at them to produce .1 compositor equal to our "Old Printer" George WashD Chenault & Co. our store. ington White, who will be GO jears apr2S-t- f old to morrow and ho commenced his Mr. D. B. Shackelford is bewailing the loss of a fine Berkshire gilt, 150 or trade in 1S49 in this city. He set two 200 lbs , which took wings and 'departed gallcxs of type on this paper yesterfrom his Lancaster Avenue home on day by 2 o'clock, p. m., and there was Saturday. The orker s black, with not an error in it. Ho" set this item twenty feet of the identical ring in ear and nose. Reward for its re- within spot where he hegon the trade forty-eigturn. years ago. He was only a Come, get our prices on all kinds 'devil" then. Dut now well he is a of groceries, queonsware, etc., and dcilof a fine printer and good for compare them with the prices of other thirty years more, if ho should live. goods and you will stores on first-claA Sad Death. find us to be at least 15 to 25 per cent, News was received here on Sunday cheaper than any grocery house in announcing the death of Mrs. Will D. L. Chenault & Co. Richmond. Alverson, at New Orleans. Deceased Ionaru of whom preceded hiin to the grave. Ho leaves four children, James M. Smith, of this city; W. W. Smith, news editor of tho Kentucky Stock the Climix to extend to his many friends Farm; J. R. Smith, the real estate his heartfelt thanks for their encourage- man, and one daughter, Miss Nannie ment and support all during thecanvass. Smith, wllo resides in Lexington. He He positively states that his withdrawal was a member of tho Maxwell Street "is in the interest of no other candidate Presbyterian Church. His remains were taken to Winchester for burial. w hatsoever." It is needless to add that there was Decoration Day. much regret occasioned by Mr. Deather-age'- s The largest and most imposing prodeiision to give up the race. He is a opular gentleman, who makes cession that has appeared upon our friends with ease and who would, if streets, w ithout one exception, in many years, was that which paraded from the elected make a splendid officer. Court House to the cemetery last SaturA Fine Musical. day in honor of Decoration Day. There A handsome audience greeted the pu- were over one thousand in line, pils of Mrs. G. W. Pk'kels at the latler's Union Veterans, sons of Conbeautiful home on Monday evening, federates, school children, cadets, the when their annual exhibition was held. band. Daughters of Confederacy, DaughThe program was one of exceptional ters of the Rcohition, elc The exermerit, attesting the high quality of the cises at the cemetery were very impressinstruction and the faithful, painstaking ive, consisting of a salute by the cadets, work of both pupils and teacher. A sorgs by the children and an eloquent novel feature was the contest for a prize oration by Rev. Jasper K. Smith, whose for the best scale pel former. Misses father and brothers gave their liyes to Feeney, Dykes and Spears took part in the Lost Cause. The town wore a holithi, aiid after a long deliberation the day attire and many people came in judges, Mrs. Walker, Miss Pattie and from the country. It was a great day Mr. Thomas decided in favcr of Mis and Brig. Gen'I. Toyntz and his aides, were showered the children, the Veterans, the band, Spears. w ith presents, trnits, flowers, candy, etc. the Ladies, all who took part, helped to I Just try a 10c. box of l'ascarets, the finest liver and bowel regulator ever mayl-l- y made. Sheriff Woolen. from Leslie county that Eliliu Highnite was killed by Deputy It is reported berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoed Remedy for ten years or longer- - am ne er without it in my family. I consider it in my family. I consider it the best remedy of the kind manufactured. I take pleasure in recommending it.' " It is a specific for all bowel disorders. For sale by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. may-o-lr- a jii&' s Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Yonr Lifo Away. If you want to quit tobacco using easily aud forever, bomaao wcll,strone, nuguetic, TuU of new life aud vigor, take that makes weak men tho wonder-worUec, r, The artesian w ell at Williamsburg reached the debth of 2S0"feet. Salt-Rheum has make Decoration Day, 1S97, memorable. ss Primary Election Officers. I Tho following persons wero appointed officers for the Democratic Primary to be held in this county on Saturday May 29th: Court Howe, A'o. 1. Judges, O. W. Pickels, D. K. Duncan; Clerk, CD. Pattfe; Sheriff, G. W. Evans, Jr. CUy -- Rail, Xo. 2. ht Judges, C. T. Wells, J. A. Mershon ; Clerk, Sam Kennedy; Sheriff, A S. Gotu University, Xo. 3. ss Judges, Ed. Dullard, D. Clerk, C. W.Tribble; Sheriff, Walker. Cfienault, Xo. 4. C. Potts; J. Wade Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;ases Hogs are dying by the wholesale in have been permanently cuied by it. It Begley Hill section, in Henderson coun- is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for soro nipples; ty, of cholera. chapped hands, chilbjains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. A WARM FRIEND. Foley's Colic Cure is very hot, but Dr. Cady's Condition when diluted it is a warm friend indeed just what a horse needs FowderB, are to those suffering from bow el com plaints. condition. Tonic, blood when in bad 'purifier and It never fails. 25c. and 50c. vermifuge. They are not food but Forty-twLexington grocerymen met medicine and the best in use to put a Price 25 yesterday and organized a Grocers' As- horse in prime condition. centa per package sociation. A black bear was caught on Pine The camel is a beast of great strength mountain last week in a trap. and endurance. Nothing hurts it until the proverbial "last straw" is added toils TEE BEST P.EMEDY F03, burden. The human digestive system is very much like a camel. It is really asFrom the Fairhaien (X. Y.) Beghler. tonishing how much abuse it will 6tand. Mr. James P.owlaud of this village, Sometimes, however, something worse will go states that for twenty-fivjears his wife than usual will be eaten, and through the stomach into the bowels, has been a sufferer from rheumatism. A and there it will stick that's constipa few nights ago she was in such pain that tion. Some of the simplest symptoms are she was nearly crazy. She sent Mr coated tongue and foul breath, dizziness, Rowland for the doctor, but he had read heartburn, flatulence, swallow ness, dis- of Chamberlaiu's Pain Balm and instead tress after eating, headaches and lassi- of going for the physician he went to the tude. A little thing will cause constipa- store and secured a bottle of it. His tion, and a little thing will relieve it. wife did not approve of Mr. Rowland's Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are a cer- purchase at first, but nevertheless applitain cure for constipation. They are ed the Balm thoroughly and in an hour's granules, mild and natural time was able to go to sleep. She now d applies it whenever 6he feels an ache or action. There is nothing injuriin their a pain and finds that it always gives reous about them. Sold by druggists. Address with 21 cents in one cent lief. He says that no medicine which stamps, to cover cost of mailing only, she had used ever did her as much good. World's Dispensary Medical Association, The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by W. Buffalo, N. Y., and get arfree copy of the G. White Richmond, Ky. "People's Common Sense Medical AdThe May term of tho Laurel Circuit strong. Many gain teh pounds in ten days. of your Over 100,000 cured. Buy drucgist, under guarantee to cure, 60c or f 1.00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicaco or New York. inay-5-lm jj, Pfv &L, o- - f ""of a the Town. e -- lii lij Call And See Them And Get Prices. i if p o 1 REETJ-1IATIS- H. Pv" e 4 Jilm .w 4p Jm$$&. v M -- ,Vrf- J'lfsvC ll 4npi jmimi V'v Cilr' w )&) Oil: S. Sm. WL jn ffll El W sugar-coate- may-5-l- viser." It Court convened last Monday. EverTbodjr Says So. Cascarets Candv Cathartic, the most wonderful medical discoxervof the age, peasant and refreshing to the tasle, art t;ciitly and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing the entire in. disptl colds, cure headache, fever, haliitunl nnstipation and biliousness. Please buy and trv a box 10, 25. r.e cents, bold and of C. C. C. guaranteed to cure by all druggists. lVi? $-:- 9 KOt 1; Popular Store Business is carried upon Strictly Cash Basis to all alike- am1 this fair and square guarantee goes with eveiy sale. If any purchase fails to please after yon have it home bring ife back and your money will be refunded without question, or argument. - 1 (J i apr2S-t- f I am a candidate, for Major of the City ot Richmond, subject to the action of tin Democratic primary, and if nominated and elected I pledge 1113 self to a prudent and economical administration Respectfully, of citv affairs. J. W: Bali-s- . May 25. 18U7. on the public roads of the county for the next six months. A new and handsoiue chicle can be enjoyed leyond measure Call on John Donelson and he can supply you with anything from a road wagon to a closed carriage. tf Thee will probably be fine driving was married in 1S90, and was given a White Hall, No. G. large reception at the home of the Judges, Eugene Durgin, Bud Hay-de- n; groom's mother, Mrs. Mattie Alver&on. Clerk, Wm. A. Laiigford: D. S. in this city. She was a beautiful and Harber, Shoritf. extremely loxaule lady, and her death McCreary, No. C. plunges two families and a large circle Judges, J. D. Hamilton, James No-lan- d of friends in deep grief. She leaves a ; Clerk, Andrew Baxter; Sheriff. husband and three pretty little daughters. J. E. Fades. Deceased was a daughter of New Orleans' Tipton, No. 7. famous Fiie Chief, Thos. O'Connor, who Judges, A. J. Willoughby, G. D. visited this city three cars ago. As Noland; Clerk, J. L Griggs; Sheriff, .maiden, wife and mother, Mrs. Alverson H. C. Chambers. was a model of her bex, and the sorrow llcco, No. 8. her sudden death has caused is a tribute Judges, Bob Rush, Dave Martin; toher worth which it were well toeny. Clerk, Tom Taylor; Sheriff, Henry Who Were These Slick Du:ks? Judges, John White, Harvoy Chenault; Clerk, James Neale; Sheriff, Harrison Williams. Lexington Csilverites' have again disagreed as to the plan of holding the primary. If the system is fortified by Hood's Sarsaparilla, which makes rich, red blood, It There is little danger of sickness. There is but one murder case on the Logan Circuit Court docket this term. E3J &$tf Get one of our statements of 3our HiPyl sst m iH?K3j :l to this firm? We are sure you have overlooked it, and take this method of urging a prompt settlement of your Duncan. Xavanaitgh, No 9. Judges, Sid Noland, F. M. Gibson; Undoubtedly the cheapest grocery house in Central Kentucky is D. Chenault & Co., on 2d St., Richmond, Ky. They handle only standard goods and sell them for less than so called cheap houses charge for D. Chenault & Co. trashy stuff. apr23-t- f Grease and Turkey, however you spell thein, havo a natural association Just now, Greece and Turkey fill a Very prominent place in the eyes of the world Greece set out to coral Turkey. Turkey 6eems more likely to gobble Greece, unless the Powers Intervene, as we certainly hope they will. However this Graeco-Turki- sh war flurry may end, one thing is certain: We set out to coral high prices in men's and boy's clothing and unlik Greece, have succeeded in our purpose. If you need in our line, call and see our goods, and get the low down prices to suit the times. Coviagton & Mitchell. anj-thing That several slick ducks attended the students from Richmond hero last Friday was evidenced by the fact that several bets were made on the ball game and tho money placed in the hands of Richmond stakehold ers. In all instances tho aforesaid stakeholders, "went south with the coin," but luckily for the home peo ple they were held up at the depot and forced to "cough up" or go to jail. They chose the former alternative and are now doubtless sadder but wiser. Sholbville is not a college town, hut she is strictly in every respect as tho smooth gentry from Richmond will promptly attest. Shelby yews. up-to-d- Clerk, T. L. Doty. J. McKinney; Sheriff, R. E. Kingston, No. 10. Judges, Den Crooke, R. T. Pettus ; Clerk, R. C. While; Shoriff, Ad. W. Creokmore. Bear Wallow, No: 11. Judges. Marion Hill, James Combs; Clerk, W. C. Lewis; Sheriff, William Gooch. Blue Licl; Xo. 12. Judges, Wm. Davis, E. D.Mitchell; Clerk, George Bogie; Sheriff, John Pulmonary consumption, in its early The London steam laundry began opstages, may be checked by the use of Cherry Pectoral. It stops the dis- eration Wednesday. Acr's tressing cough, soothes irritation of the "IT IS THE BEST ON EARTH." throat and lungs, and Indncea uiuc'.i That is what Edwards & Parker, merneeded repose. Hundreds have testified to the remarkable virtues of this prepara- chants of Plains, Ga , say of Chamberlan's tion. , It Pain Balm, for rheumatism, lame back It is a fortunate day for a man when deep seated aud muscular pains. Sold by he first dc&covers the value of Aver's W. G. White Richmond, Ky. With may-5-Sarsaparilla as a tu this medicine, ho knaws he has found a Circuit Court will begin next Monday aeinedy upon which he mav rely, and that his life.long inalad is at last coquer-e- in Mt. Vernon. Has cured others, will cure you. When bilious or costh e, cat a Cascaret, It candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. Economy is something that everybody mayo lyr tries to practice, and yet justalittleovcr-sigh- t a goat The town of Jellico will sometimes rob the most frugal and thrifty family of a year's savings. ordinance. You want to do as I. P. Hickuiann, of Dr. Bell's Pine Tarlloncv is an imporMonticcllo, Ga, did. He writes, "For six tant addition to the list ot the world's years I has kept Simmons Liver Regulamost valuable medicines. Harmless in its tor in my house, and used it in my family nature, yet almost infallible in its action, and have had no need for a doctor. I have it is undoubtedly the most efficacious I five as healty children s you can find." of curing coughs, means known blood-purifier- 1 Si ss m . m m Ui$ account. In order to keep up our unapproachable stock of drj' goods and ladies' furnishings, it is imperative that the old accounts be settled. You see how that is. All work and no play makes Veeder and John dull boys. HONEST QUALITIES, LARGE ASSORTMENTS and LOWEST PRIC! Are looked after by the old reliable, who now deals in "Wearing Apparel for males onry. COME IN! CLOTH fa d. has-passe- d m m White c.. Gibson. .CQQGS- Pr Eveiy article we sell is a Bargain and we have a large list of Tvl All-wool SHOES, Furnishings, Boys. Jr JVleri and Hats lkll 7?V'tatXy,-- It to-d- ay colds, and kindred diseasea. six-legg- It Commissioner's:, Sale! GeorgeVV'. Kice, Dissolution Notice! Johnson. Big Cattle Purchased. Kingston High School. Kingston lligh School, presided over by Profs. Boatman and Riggs, will conclude a most successful year with an exhibition at the Baptist church on Friday night. All invited. Summer Tourists. trip tickets are now Low on sale from Queen & Crescent stations to Cumberland Falls, Rugby, Burnside, Spring City and Lookout Mountain. Liberal rates and limits. Ask your agent about it. W. C. Rixeabson, Gen'I Pass'r Ag't, Cincinnati, Q. rato,-roun- d Trapped The Raiders. Sheriff Lane and eleven deputies were secreted at a toll gate near Owingsvillo and when a gang of raiders appeared Lane ordered them to surrender. A battle resulted in which fifty shots were fired. The leader, Dave Johnson, and eexeralof his men were wounded and captured. r m this fall being prepared forjnark-c- t In that county. These cattle will bring into the county between July and January from $ 225,000 to $250,000, which will go jio little ways toward helping" to enliven all branches of trade. Besides there are 1300 feeders LiiiBovle that will not be ready until Mr. J. W. Bales informs the Cmmax that he purchased last week GOO head of export cattle in Boyle county, which renders tho remarks of the Danville Advocate appropos. Itsays: "J. C. Caldwell sold last night to J. W. Rales, agent, 800 head of fat cattle at $4.65 per hundred. One half the cattle arc to be taken within the next 20 days, and tho remainder about July 1st. As these cattle will average about 1,400 pounds to the head, the sum total of tho deal will approxithousand dollars. Mr. mate flTty-lw-o Bales is agent for the Schwnrtzchild- Schultzberger Cntflo Company, of New York, Chicago and Kansas City. No other sales of fat cattle havo been made yet, except the bunch sold by Lillard Bros., which is reported elsewhere. Mr. Caldwell still has six or seven hundred head feeding. ''Tliis promises to bo a great .year for the Boyle county export cattle trade. There are 3,400 head of cattle for ox-po- Terrill ; Clerk, P. B. Johnson J. S. Codo. Sheriff, The whole scientific world has been la- Calloway, of Padticah, for $20. boring to cure dvepepsia, but every effort Z)uHtniion, Xo. 14. seemed to meet with defeat. The sufferJudges, T. J. Powers, Georgo "W. ing from stomach troubles has become Samuels; Clerk, M. M. Miller; Sheriff, almost universal. Multitudes have no deTUESDAY, JUNE 1st, 1897, Last Friday night from Mill Grove, a black Clay Jones. sire lor food and that which they do eat vearlincr filly colt with flax jiane and tall. tffc hours of 10 o'clock, a. m , and 12 Burnam, Xo. 15. causes them pain and distress. Sleepless white spot in foreheadbeand white hind ankle. Between ra.. on the premises in Madison coun--tpaid for information or o'clock, reward will Ky., proceed to expose to public sale, to PETEE Q . PAHBISII, Judges, J. W. Ballard, J. C. Adams; nights ar6 the rule and not the excep- return of colt . the highest bidder, tho foUowini; desenbed may28-2Caleast, Ky. property, vir.: Clerk, Frank Seifrlcd; Sheriff, C. C. tion, and thousands of sufferers have be1st, A tract of land lying on the Richmond come disorganized. Chrisman. and Speedwell turnpike, about onci mile from Tecu, Xo. 16. Speedwell, Ky,. containing 222", icresandl9 The Shakers of Mount Lebanon recentpoles, being the old John Speed &nlth place. Judges, R. F. Tevis, Jack Hisle ; ly came to the front with their new DiSaid place contains a large and dwelling house and all necessary outbuildings. Clerk, David, Jones; Sheriff, John gestive Cordial, which contains not only 2nd, A tract of land lying on Ilfekory Lick, Prowitt. a food already digested, but is,a digester in Madison county. Ky. containing IB&X ; The French 6ay "it is the impossible C. C. Willett, of Graves county, sold that happens." This his proved to be the his pig a few days ago lo J. A. Judges, Warren Elkins, William cause with the Mount Lebanou Shakers. Berea, Xo. 13. Strayed or "Stolen! The firm of Shackelford & Gentry has dis)Notl(:e ot Saic solved partnership, R. L. Gentry retiring, D. In B. Shackelford continuing the business as Clar'Sico.Etc.DelfsJ heretofore. of t irtne of a Judgment and order of tsalethe BY Madi3on Circuit Court, rendJred-aApril Term thereof, 1897, in the .ibove style cause, the undersigned wiU, en Etc, Pre, &' them. Here are a few ; see the figures for guaranteed goods. $5.00, $0.00, $7.."50 Suits, Men's well made $4.50, $5.00, $G.OO Young Men's Suits, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 Splendid Knee Pants Suits, . . ,25e, 40c, 50c Seperate Knee Pants, Shoes, . . . .' $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 Men's Straw Hats, 25c, 35c. 50c. Crush Hats, 50c. , All Fur Hats, 98c. " Latest Style Derbies, $1.25, $2.00. All-wo- ol -. .All-Leather Fancy Colored Shirts, 48c, 75c, $1.00. Balbrigan. Undershirts, 25c, 50c! -- TWO - FARMS y, iFORI Esirny Notice. w tomo-odiou- s SALE The undersigned has three separate small farms which he offers at private sale separately or tSccther. All three are situated at 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 wo have firmly established. i CrutcJter, Xo. 17. Judges, Thomas Douglas, Thomas Curtis; Clerk, T. J. Mason; Sheriff, Ed Cornelison. Xarby, Xo. 18. -- of food. On Monday, April 19th , 1897, near Speedwell, a black horse, It promptly relieves nearly all forms of owner can haeabout 1G hinds high, tall short, same by proving bim and payindigestion. Ask your druggist for one of ing alt charges, on him. may!9-2BOTH BKITTAIN. their books. miles northeast acres, about two and of Speedwell, Ky., being the plai,-- formerly owned by C. O. Smith and kn)wn as the Meadow- - Brook farm and having thereon a splendid dwelling house and all n;essary out- rjuiiuings anu iu cxcsiiuui. wuuiu u wr one-half e ration. Laxol, the new Castor Oil, it being Million ; Clerk, Ben Hlman ; Sheriff, used is hospitals. It is sweet as houey. Judges, I. N. Douglas, Ash ford Footer,, No. 19. INDEPENDENCE FOR FIVE DOLLARS. Are not INDEHENDENCE and GOOD INCOME cheap at $5 00? William Tudor. It Judges, MortSebastian, James Witt, My Neighbor Told Mo Jr.; Clerk, Wm. Snyder; SheriffG. W. Warner. . Biggcnloff Xo. 20. rt fan.'". !' S. 4- 1tj i .. , : ' -- " " 1 t .. .3. ,7"p;raBfnKt jii - ':"ih t3 " Judges, Bart Jjand, Wm. Harvey; Clerk, James Sowers; Sheriff, Jako Cubick. Do not wear impermeable nd hats,that constrict tho blood-ve- s sels of the. 'ccalp. Use Hall's Hair rteneweroccasionalli', aud you wilt "not i bcbakJ. It tight-fitti- ng '"J About Hood's Sarsaparilla and advised me to try it This is the kind of advertisWe will start yoa in your own business, with ing which gived Hood's JSaraaparilla the light and pleasant datlcs,. enabling you to reap the profits from the labor of othecpeople. largest fales in the world. Friend tells Hood's Sarsaparilla cures; A Beautiful and FasciMatia .friend that that It gives strength, Jkealth, .virtality Business, ,aad Large Profits. and vigor, and whole neighborhoods use i! family'medicine. it as a i 3rd, A tract ofland lying in Mndfeon county, Ky., on the waters of Hickory Lick; containing 13U acres and adjoining the aforesaid Meadow Ilrook farm. All of said land is f excellent quality and In a high stato of cultivation. The first sale will be made. on the first Jact. or the .t. snpprt Rmithnloce. and thesscosd and third tracts will be sold on. the premises of the. Meadow urooK larm. jrossestuuu mil uc given .f January 1st, 1838 TEBMS Sale-- will be made on aljredit of one and two years from date of sale. I'he purchas er will oe requirea uj give uuuu. wjm approve security, for the payment of tjjc purchase money, to haTa the force and effect of a judgment, bearing" legal interest froia the Jtst day January, 1SS3, with a lien reserved upon said property untHali thAjrarchaee ma Jey is paid mayl9-2w WHITE'S - STATION, on the wateraof 8ilver Creek. They contain respectively 85 and 165 acres, and aro well watered and well improved farms. There is no better land in Madison county, most of it being Yours For Satisfaction, ii-- "RICH BOTTOM LAND- .It is a fino neighborhood and accessible tjr turnpike to schools, churches, railroads,' mills. etc., all within a mile Ot White's Station Tost Office, ten miles from Richmond. cash, TEBMS Sale will be made one-thi- rd This is What We Offer Tom MaylJ- - S.E;Sc3tT, c. c. M. - 33 bilance to address Bolt purchaser. For particulars, Bo!'! Pilll act easily on-th- e liver and bow,elJ '- ace.-i- i -- .j.- - ij t h 2. ir., t - -- 4t .jurtii iCrr-xjr ,a. I -IP "w"tXJ-te- - iL At n: 3 Cure .iZ and promptly Wrltejor particalais, l&dies and geatleraear . BitJc head- TivnuT. ivutfranvni -- -- t) .There was t s , 3wrfr It 11 Wfi'JiU Ttmiusi .nc-enti- good aitenckace at the t ui wt ojeiu u Geo. D.zWhite, . www. a c r w?Ky. T X; . - .' "" : "JrwajHy, JL streng; u , i r r o .j, vThe --- , Cttkfer.. Tbe SJwr., Tta s - Fir-sister- . C , 11m Hatttr.-,- . G4 "if "- t 'II, r . . -., t - & " r. C?fj r , - ? V? -- -- : i 'u M-t. V&t . - ,. r .j.S . , It J&L ,.. ti u. , . " .. r "7-a- ., iSr i-i . l t "Sa33 feSE.'! r . "iS The Richmond Climax. CANDIDATES KENTUCKY NEWS. MOD LAW Xaued by the Kentucky House at 1 ho house It is Thought by Many Erkcn the Creator caid to woman f THE-FUSIO- BILL rb latent ANNOUNCEMENT FOR BEFBESENTATIVE. News From An Pavrtt or tha Uimn Cnndfierabte TrnaM Commonwealth. Dr. Elmer ISorthcutt, of Valley View, as a candidate to represent liadison county in the Lower Houseof the next General Assembly, subto the action of the Democratic rimary. May 29. "V. "We are authorized "V. Combs a candidate for the Legislature, subject to Hie actioii of the Democratic party. CIRCUIT JUDGE. AVe aro authorized to announce T. J. Scott is a candidate for reelection to theoflice of Circuit Judge in this (the 25th) Judicial District, subject to the action of the Demo- cratic paaty. COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. Bbk. A. Crutcher directs the announcement of himself as a candito the ofllce of date for Commonwealth's Attorney in this (the 25th) Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR JUDGE MADISON COUNTY COURT. I hereby announce myself a candiCoundate for Judfre of the MndiMiu of ts Court, subject to the action the Democratic party. 1 II. Sullivan. TliSliT.cM4 Won. We are authorized to announce FnvMirour, K, May 20. Tho sen- Spntb7Msil,on receiptor price,$1,C0 PCR DOTTLE. Hook "To Expectant Mothers" mailed free, conCounty G. E. Lilly a candidate for ate convened Wednesday morning with taining valuable information and voluntary LOUISVILLE FIREMEN Attorney of Madison county, subject in the chair. testimonials. or Lieut. Gov. Worthington to the action of the Republican party. Injarert Under a rllln fflt-T- wo After a little skirmishing between the The BRADFIELD REGULATOR CCAtlahta.Ga. Them Will Die r Their lajarlrs. 8CU3 CT ALL DPUCGJETS. Capt. W. silTcr and gold factions a motion was Louisville, Ky., May FOK JAILER. carried to adj jurn until 3 o'clock in the J. Raggio and John Jacobs, members James C. Lackey is a candidate for of the Louisville fire depatment, aro afternoon It is admitted by nil that The Kentucky Legislator Coneludo'xheii subject to the at the point of death Sunday night the trtephcnsoT fusion bill has been Jailer of Madison county, Littnra and Gn Hum". action of the Democratic party. from the effects of injuries received at killed. The legislature will adjourn FitAXKFOitT, Ky., May 22. The gensine die Friday, and there is not time A. T. Fish U a candidate for Jailer 3 o'clock Sunday morning by a falling enough left now for the bill to pass. eral asembly adjourned sine die at county, Mibject to the wall. 3:25 Friday afternoon, and most of the of Madison The street railway powerhouse, The hilver senators have won their members went home Friday night action of the Democratic party. Seventeenth and Walnut streets, was poinL Though the session had developed a We are authorized to announce P. destroyed by fire at that hour, causing Dr. M'nelalr EcptA. B. Bkoaddus a' candidate for Jailer a loss of S125.000. The building was ' Frvnkfokt, Ky., May 20. Convict bitter partisan f ieling, everybody got on friendly terms in the closing hours, of Madison county, subject to the Thomas Sinclair, of Covington, who and farewell speeches were made in full of costly machinery. of the Democratic paity. action ha-- been one of the most important During the process of the fire a the house and senate. i-I 40-fo- ot FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. KENTUCKY DAY. Ths Dalldlnc at the hllle Imposition Dedicated Large Delegations In Attendance Nashville, Tenn., May 24 Monday veas Kentucky day, the first state day to be formally observed. Gor. Bradley, his staff and a large number of attending ladies and gentlemen arrived Monday morning. The Louisville legion, 500 strong, came Sunday night and served as an escort to the governor, assisted by local military companies. The arrangements and exercises were in charge of a eommittee representing the exposition company and a committee representing the Kentucky state association of this city. From all the Kentucky towns along the railroad large delegations attended. The exercises began at 1 p. m., when the special train bearing the governor arrived and ths procession marched immediately to the exposition grounds where lunch was served and a general reception held in the woman's building. At 5:S0 o'clock Kentucky Gov. building was dedicated, Bradly making the opening speech, Miss Yandell, of Louisville, sang and Hon. I J. McDcrmott will make the address on behalf of the commissioners. President J. W. Thomas will introduce the speakers and Speaker Thompson, of the senate, representing Gov. Taylor, and other distinguished citizens will also speak, representiug the Kentucky association aid the exposition management. Tho Louisvillo Legion will also give a full dress parade. Wednesday morning passed theMartio substitute for the mob law till by a vote of 55 to 3, and it only remains tot the signatures of the presiding ollicers of the legislature and the governor when it shall become a law. I he law ns passed provides that counties bhall pay the expenses of guards called out to protect property ipon oath of any responsible person that property is in danger. It authorizes offering of rewords by the governor and county judges. Raiding is made a felony, punishable by not less than one nor more than 15 years in the penitentiary. Forfeiture of office is made the penalty for failure to execute the law. The housi alio passed a b 11 providing a fine f fclOO to 500 for posting threatening notices. The lVreats and Three Children Cr.-int4l. Fiiaxkfobt, Ky., May 20. "in sorrovr shalt thou bring forth children," that a curse eras pronounced, but the joy felt by Mother when she first presses to her heart her babe, proves the prayer and immediately a row began and within two minutes there wa contrary. pandemonium, with two member! Dancer and suffering lurk in claiming to be the proper presiding ofthe pathway of the Expectant ficer. Quick as a flash when Worthington'i MoUler and ouid be audiSed, . that she may reach the nour gavel fell, callingontho senato to order. his Stevenson was when the hope of her heart is to manded when the senate feet and deadjourned ii realized, in full Tdgor and be until 3 o'clock in the afternoon. be In tho Ken. tacky Senate Gold benaturs Walk Oat. Fraxkfoet. Ky., May 13. A revo lution was started again on the meet ing of the senate at ten o'clock Monday morning. Father Major offered Baron Bell (Two-year-o- ld Wi trial.) l(JB& jP lH wis "All -- the y . World Leves a Winner" J 'Ninety-Seve- : Ml LIU Tf 1 O u wiinri A v 2.-1- strength. , Mother s Jfriend 4 j) sflfc?i " so relaxes from Montice.Ho, Ky., ft tosay: News ha reached here of the $ . TJauea cremation of a farmer named Thomas jV .JEEeadache, Kiddle, his wife and three children, living on White Oak creek, across the JHSLHenrous or line in Tennessee, on Monday night. Some tramps had as ted permission of Foreboding ltiddle to build a fire in his barn to and at the trying hour makes keep them warm during the night easy, as so many hapltidd!c refused to allow them to do Child-birt- h this an ordered them to leave. The py mothers haire experienced, same night B.d die's house was de- nothing but "Mother's Friend" stroyed by fire and he and his wife does this. Don't be deceived. and three child-e- n were roasted alive. "Jtothor's Friend" in tho greatest remedy ever It is supposed the tramps applied the put on tho markotand b'1 my customers praise It torch to the houe out of revenge. highly . CO., Whitewrisht, Tex. T.H.KiNa ? to the Louisville, Ky., May l'ot 20. A special 'jZfo. t necessary .. change a tanes piace the system t. lint. r rt r natural and thniit rmm mwa Tti&mjMBM ESl'VSS ' 1 i ' i I brick wall fell and buried eight of FOR SUIT. l'URLIC INSTRUCTION. tho firemen, but only Capt. Raggio tnd J. W. Wagers i a candidate for Jacobs were seriously hurt Rnggio's Superintendent of Public Schools of legs were amputated Sunday night at Madison county, -- abject to the action midnight, and he can not live, lie is a of fie Democratic parly. veteran fireman. announce We are authorized Hev. Wm. Crow a candidate for Countv School Superintendent, subject to the action of the Democratic party. to PARTLY DEVOURED BY DOGS. A Ieddlers Dlsappearnnca counted Fur. In Tart Ac- m ft .'"-AJ- AX Wakxock, Iv3, May 21 The hand and a portion of the foot of a human FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. being were brought home by a dog S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, is neat here. Soon hundreds of people t searching the a candidate for Clerk of the Madison were systematically were rewarded Circuit Court, subject to the action hills. Their efforts Friday by finding the mutilated and of the Democratic party. A Lrce Stle of Cuttle. decomposed body of a man lying in a NiCHOLASViLi.K, Ky., May 20. A cat- - ' Dogs and other anima's had hollow passing through hia WedFOR COUNTY CLERK. been feeding on the body, mtcing tic dealer nesday night reports the largest sale ' announce identification impossible. We are authorized to It is beKentucky export cattle for the year. to lieved to be the remains of a peddler of C John F. White, a candidateMndi-o- n Caldwell, of Boyle, sold SOD head J Clerk of himself who was in the nc ghlo-hoabout County Court, subject to the action two weeks ago. Odicials ar investi- at Sl.C per hundred. The total sale will amount to S50,000. The cattle are of the Democratic party. gating. corn fed and will be delivered June 10. to announce M Miitlilner. We are authorized Mnrdtrnd tijr it Tompkins villk. Ky., M iy 21 J. C They were fed by Caldwell. Dr. H. K. Middleton a candidate Joseph Kldt D lad. for Countv Clerk of Madison, subject Patterson was killed seven mile Lkxinotox, Ky., May 20. Joseph to thcactfonof the Democratic party. of this place, near the vil'agj f Hestand. He was shot in th j b ick of Ktdd. 33, brother of Capt Phil Kidd, n turf man who died a the head with a 41 Winchester r:lle iy the for sheriff. few months ago, died Tues i ay night. Johnson Smith, a desperate Ho was well known in Louisville and H. H. Colyer is a candidate for The ball came out under PatSheriH of Madison county, subject terson's left eye and death was C ncinnati, having been connected int to the action of the Democratic Patterson was acting as dep with the Gibson House, in Cincinnati, party. uty sheriff under his couin, J. T. as night clerk, some years ago. Patterson, and was in Smith's settleThreaten to Jtlse the Hates. IOR COUNTY ASSESOIl. Lkxingtov, Ky.. May 20. At a meetment summoning witnesses. Smith James C. Miller is a candidate was 70 yards away when he did the ing of tne representatives of fire infor Assessor of Madi.-o- n county, sub- shooting. surance companies here it was decided ject to the action of the Democratic to demand of the city council better Iirenditrtftiii party. IIaruodsiiukg, Ky., May 2L The equipments and a larger company for We are authorized. to announce residence of J' . Pra titer vtas de- the fighting of fire. It is threatened that the rates on insurance will be A. J. IIroaihjus a candidate for stroyed by fire. Loss, SI, 530, partialsubject to the ly covered by insurance. '1 he origin raised. County action of the Democratic party. of the fire is unknown, but incendiar1'nrrhaaed .Mora Turnpikes. Versailles. Ky.. May 2a The announce T. ism is suspected. Prather is city ediWe are authorized to C. Curry a candidate for AsM'or tor of Sayings and correspondent of Woodford fiscal court Wednesday pur of Madi-o- n county, subject to the ac- several dailies, lie was a member of chased two more turnpikes. the Clear the recent grand jury and has given Creek and Shannon's R(n road, four tion of the Democratic party. e raiders many seiero and a half miles, for 400, and tho the roasts. FOR MAGISTARTE. Mortonsvillc and Lexington extension pike, three miles, for S1S5. The Hunter Dvraarrcr. We are authorized to announce? Lexixgtox, Ky., May 24 The deIS'ext Mevtlnf at Lexington. J. It. Henry a candidate for Magistrate of Kirksville Precinct, subject murrers in the Congressman Hunter Louisville, Ky., Mar 20. The grand to the action of the Democratic party, and other indictments for bribery encampment L O. O. F., for the state cases were argued before Judge on the free turnpike ticket. of Kentucky, Wednesday selected Lexat Georgetown Friday night by ington or the meeting place of next Judges Pryor and Rodman for Hunter year's convention. C. A. Muakle, of FOR CITY ATTORNEY. and State Attorney Smith for Bowiing Green, was elected grand We are authorized to announce The arguments continual patriarc't. Green Clay a candidate for the until after midnight, and Judge To Fix th- - School Tx Levy. office of City Attorney,of Richmond, reserved his decision. Lexington', Ky., May 23. LexingKy., subject to the action of the Killed at the CruKiu;. ton's b iard of education has retained Democratic party. Wixchestek, Ky., May 24. Maj. Dronston & Allen to bring suit to com-p-- 1 We are authorized to'announce J, John Drink, a w n citizen of the peueral council to fix for Talrot Jackson as a candidateKy., this city, was struck by a passenger school tax levy for 1837 at 30 cents the on City Attorney, of Richmond. L. and X road, near the" k$l&. as re o nmended by the board. train subject to the action of the Demo- city, on the I: and was instantly killed. O e Yenr In the Pen cratic party. wns quite an old min. and attempted to Owinosville, May 20. Judge Coop cross the track in front of the engine. er overruled a motion for a new trial FOR MAYOR. This is the third man k lied at the in the case of John D. Young, jr. Hick We are authorized to announce D. spot, Tallry, on the charge of incendiarism, of .Mill. Killed candidate for I. Armer asubject to the Mayor of Elikviietutowx, in aKy., May 24. wat. g.vea one yearin the penitentiary. action Richmond, the Democratic party. Killed by Cnn1blt. News reached here Suuday morning e San TKiNCiscjo, Miy to. Tho Ve are authorized to announce that Frank Salsberge, ono of the oldGalilee, which arrive 1 from 15. Stouffer a candidate for est citizens of Cjntral City, MuhlenJ. Mayor of Richmond, subject to the berg county, was caught in the cogs 'Jahiti, brought confirmation of the of a wheel at his grist mill and crushed news that young Lichteustein, the action of the Democratic party. wealthy Englishman, had been killed to death Saturday night ly cannibals on tha Santa Cruso isA MAW The Money Kecnvered. land, was brought by tho officers who AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CCIUi Fabmixqtox, Me., May 21. Albert had received the story from a vessel JLLZ, J errotis JHsa Yelling ilem ory,Impoteiicj.SiIeer!e8ne.otc. caused M. King, the Boston bank messenger, that touched at Papete. Nothing is by Abase or other Excwtbee bed Inditr 0 known as to the identity of the miscr&tiona. Thy quickly and surely who disappeared on Tuesday with restore Lost Vitality in old or joanc. and of the bank's money, was arre ted sionary who was killed and eaten at or mamcce. dusxhms ntannioranay, find Coanmi4.ion it here Saturday. King reached "here on the same time. Prevent Izuumitr taka intiro. Their ii ?hows immediate improvsfrom Rangely lake region at a xnont nd enacts a luut where ell otter icii in T Investigate Election Fran Is. They pit upon having tho pennino Ajar Tablets 11:15 a. m. When searched at the jail DtNvr.n, CoL, May CO On motion of hare cured thonft&nds&nd will euro yon. We eire a pon sture written cnaranteo to effect a euro Jft PTC all t.ic inonev taken from the bank district Attorney Hayes, Judge Johnenchcaeor refund the money Price wJ U I Oijier was found in packages in King's poc&ure; or aix pksm If oil treatment) for J2JGQ. By son, it the criminal division of the disznail, in plain wrapper, tipnn receipt of prico ( ircnlar pockets. trict court, has ordered a special grand REMEDY CO., "gSSZVt" Col. Slnnoj Attempt Suicide. jury empanelled to investigate tho For sale in Richmond , Ky. , by Hasan & LoADoy, May 24 According to a frnuds committed at the recent city fab3-lIlerndon. dispatch to the D'.ily Graphic from election. Corfu, it is reporte 1 there that CoL Mrs. McKinlkt presented to each of Manos attempted suicide while in jail. Ho has been sent handcuffed, with h'j the young ladies in her party who atentire staff, to Athens for trial by tended the inaugural ball a handsome fan and lace handkerchief as a com t martial. souvenir. . I -- witnesses in the penitentiary investigation, has made his escape from the penitentiary. Sinclair was sent up about three years ago from Covington for horse stealing and is one of the mut noted inmates of that institution. Afrtlii to Tell What Ther Knnir. Harodsburo, Ky., May 20. The grand jury adjourned Tuesday night alter snendinr several davs in examin ing witnesses aga.nst the sU tollgate raiders arrested sometime asro. Thev failed to obtain sufficient evidence to indict a single raider. The witnesses were presumably afraid to toll all they knew about the raids. mic-ce- ed a-- 1 u,h-ea- st vteli-know- iiinm-shine- r. The silver men lifted the fusion bill blockade long enough to have a lot of important measures passed, and take the steps necessary to get them to the governor, the antimob bill being among them. It is now on the governor's table. The first veto of the session ivassnt to the senate Friday afternoon, tho measure thus killed being Senator Hays' bill providing a graded license system in Louisville. It was vetoed on the ground that it was unconstitu tional because it was not mentioned in the proclamation calling the legislature together in extra session. The afternoon session of tho senate was devoted mainly to reading and comparing bills. Dronston and Hollo-wawho had engaged in an altercation on the floor of the senate several days ago, made friends and shook hands in open session, and Lieutenant Governor Worthington made a happy response to a resolution offered by Senator Dronston complimenting him on his fair and impartial rulings. The usual committees of conference nnd to wait on the governor were appointed at 3:10. At 3:20 Senator Dronston moved to adjourn. It carried, and in declaring the result Lieut. Gov. Worthington said: "Tho yeas have it, the senate stands adjourned sine die, and may the Lord have mercy on your y, ' I 60uls." The senators were all on their feet Dronston immediately arose and de clared Worthington was not the presiding officer of the benate, and thai an appeal from the decision of the chair was under consideration. Goebel took his chair and marched to the clerk's desk and rapped, and tfiero were tvo officers presiding. Worthington reco nized 2oe and Stephenson, and Goebel recognized Dronston. Dronston called up lib ap- started to recog- P031 aud Wrtlllno ttn l'.nnrlnn '"You are not the presi ling officer of this body,"' shouted Dronston. Worthington said: "I am presiding officer of this body, and I'll show you that I have rights," pounding on his dts'r. "You are a despot, and have nc rights in the chair. I am addressing the proper officer," said Dronston. Stephenson moved to reconsider and table the vote by which Dronson's appeal was decided Saturday. Worthing- ton put tho motion and declared it carried. Koo then moved to adjourn until 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Woithington put the motion and tho gold democrats and republicans walked out of the hall. Meantime Goebel was recognizing Dronston and the clerks were with them. Dronston's appeal was being read and Goebel took the big chair, which was just vacated by Worthington, and there was keen applause when he picked up the gavel just dropped by the lieutenant governor. After reading the appeal Dronston stated it was apparent that there was not a quorum present, and moved to adjourn until five minutes to 3 o'clock, which was carried. The date fixed for adjournment is Friday, but the gold democrats and republicans will fight for delay of adjournment until Saturday, unless the Stephenson fusion bill is passed. This provides for fusion of two parties and the printing of ballots under different devices, containing the names of the cindidates. There is doubt among the silver democrats as to which it will benefit tho most. They seek to defeat the bill for fear it will give tho gold men the advantage. Frankfort, Ky., May 18. The fiht in the state senate that promised such bitter and sensational results is over so far as the bone of contention the fusion bill is concerned. Ail agree that the, bill can not become a law before Friday and all thought of attempting to extend the session beyond the constitutional limit has The silver minbeen abandoned. ority has won its fight against the fusion bill not only by its own good generalship, but because a part of the republican were lukewarm in support of the gold democrats, who originated it. The failure to pass this me tsure is thought by all well informed politician to mean the last chance of Kentucky's electing any but a silver democratic legislature this fall, and leaves little opportunity for republican state or local victories in the future. Sound Lings matnemen in mv junen ana causm a se- vere ccoch. My nhrslcUns thouslit I wonl.l not recover, but Da. Ukll'm IInk- snipped tne ittujrn at once ana soon restored me to neann." y m W , n VKON BCLL is a bay stallion, H1, hards Slretl by Ilaron Wiies hiirli, foaletl in ('am Crcccnt 2A"S. by "bclmont; 2nd dam by Norman, she of Lain 2:15, and s re performers Inof the dim of twcnty-oni2:3cluding Norval 2:1 lli . Better breeding can not be found in the Stud Book. His sire. Baron WiiVes 2:13. is ccnttd-- e 1 by the trotting horse world to be tha btst stahion livinp, having been sold recently for $2V0, the largest price paid for any hot e inceboom time, ant his d3m was Crescent, of 2.2'-- , to hi;;h whtel vith a race sulky, by Belmont, sire of XutTOod 2:lSf, '.arlmont2:(4,andahot of other fast ptr-rmers. BAROXBKLLhas litfl very little training, nd should eas'ly trot in 2:25 this year. Will stand at $10.00 to insure a marewl h w lt 1I. Our n Complete Line of . Pine-Tar-Hon- ey , are kept sound and weak lungs arc made strong by Dr. Bell's X a scientific Z remedy of the most wonderful efficacy in all lung affections. X "A ear aco I hail a long spell or fever . 'J UIICIm W W are the vis --A-- s " s, - GEO. A. ALLE, Clear springs. Kr. tu DR. BELL'S rc-or- d HONSEY f Y is a certain specific for coughs, colds, sore throat, bronchitis, asth-- . ma, whooping cough and croup. Price SVX, 50c, and f I a liottle. At all Y dru4lt8 or sent upon receipt of price by E. E. Slfcn!as4 Xe3,I X Miok, Sj. C, al. B- mcl2t lOw M. NSALE I jmsfv .kLf I Years of I Experience f Supreme Resuit . H i'7-- i'i ALREADY TO SUPPLY THE TRADE Our fni'tory on liurvl Street in Rii'li iiinml id now riiuniui:, nml we r prepared to fill orders for I vt i of t ! '0i THE. Subscribe lovi! W W 7( (WJ) mL MONARCH CYCLE MFG. CO. CHICAGO HrWTWir ISmSOTl Retail Salesrooms: is3 Dearborn 5t. Chicago 87-8- 9 Asbtand Ave. l Wm LOUISVILLE :prl4-I- y iNnle Is to cy. DISPATCH . 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Tje Weekly Louisville Dispatch and The ' Sl.Ti Climax oaeyesr lor ) i SoUl by i ' in TEFFKU , r MVt Drun Co. and W G. "While. TO CURE A CO .D IN ONE DAY. Dru-Bi- ts Weekly Dixpatch Regular ($1.00) and Climax ($1.25). $2.25. Pi-Ice wmrpty y r' ? St, jlS ' ? ' Nfs "? .rtir " -- j ', Z jUf.J ssr 25c. Ta'ie Lixative Bromo Qain'nc Taldets. All refund the money if it fails to Cure. for sale by W. d. White, DniRfrist. ricl3-6Ky. Rich-mo.i- J, Who can think of some fltmpta An tmnir to ialenW . Tour IM may hrlng you ........ lura; thfT Wrlto JOHN WtUDEKBCnS ft CO Talent Attnr-neyWahlnum. D. X. for their 81 JUO prtio oaer Wanted-- Idea ivJii.' & --- 3 and list ot tno tunorea utcsimiu vrauieu. r.?i GIVES THE CONSUMER SATISFACTION, H.OH GRADE WORK Consequently is best for the Dealer to handle. feri w i3 tZSsZJi L? iWmm M rra ptz" vTH a 3- r ts -? - r 3k. i ar c a7 nV tSSl. - mtmr SGr - Jfi? -- s - li " A Full Line of BUGGILS, SUKKETS, Sap-ctec- l. In the house Speaker Dlanford, Representatives Howard and Bailey, republicans, and Gossom, democrat, made farewell addresses. THE CHAIR FACTORY Or the Kentockj Penitentiary, Makes ate penitentiary investigating committee completed its work Friday morning. Auditor Stone was the onlv wit- ncss before the committee. He filed ii.s rupurb, auunui kuut uuuci in: calculation tho prison chair factory had made $40,00) in the past nine months, or since Martin took control. The following is the statement of the amount collected from Martin: August 1, 1S90, to January 31, 1S37, SS0,C9J; amount due and unpaid for February, March and April, S59.3JG; receipts, S140.071; disbursements, net profit, $1:5,974; increase in stock and improved machinery, profit, 540,375. S123,-043; XlSfcly. JSSISssE? mES5MBRMHKDl Send for Catalogue and Prices. AU Worlz A w TWO MEN KILLED And Thren Fatally Nar l'lneville, Ky. Pineville, Ky., May 18. The news reached here Monday afternoon of a bloody battle, in which two men were Wonniti-c- l PJIAET0XS, K0AD WAGONS, In a llattle A-ess- or, Fraxkfort, Jllc I'rotlls. Ky., May 22. The sen- kille and three fatally woundcd.on Red lllrd Creek. Ihe dead are: A. II. Cornctt, Henry Scott. Fatally wound. ed: Rud Wilson, J. II. Lenfro, I Manufacture DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS may2b - 6m Tl Guaranteed. DOVETAIL 60MPANY BKAWrUKUSVlLLt, IWU. IN Factory, 4 Ca. Cal Qai ft CdJcss Cts. THE VKITE. cconnu m s. k- k.' - Zaar - i i rl-Vtm an Who ran form t v s t;atp t numwroi ui " ilu-- l ii II r aa re i nl r it tou ten ormo e won!- w f e til " V K i Wrl prl Jpr i tnnet .initio eirniii HOLIIA".! hi i i ry mm wit tdifTe-- i i re. a a s nt i14Cir-,- r verbs ntTt-.ui mlf wi I hf al wvlx . i Cix h X' e t U t rtc w rtt t jr f Ii t Th pih K ui i til itaiin. r: HcWv.13 t w r4- f r in t ;ie tnnv fM r l u iv inn wl t c tw a t i cr in lltt'w in Ho ff Kirn f .ii'iifirftvo.irit inh K t r lihdtKtrawi e tlv I r f- am! ihe ti.e kacit ;n I, a Kotnfc, the iir v f f h m t i.Hiejrt. ?i aif r rtva 4 ir ! "i neH f h cmi id r 1 on f r li p attr teiit a ?r r . n ! sit rnry v !.. wliili hi- - - ir inm tarn utrr. ith c Um I t t Wnmin an n mt n h .fid t in it h If hi.dr-n- .! " HI v .irni r v lMtje "1 irr-entk IimI n rv d to" Bill h e : j thixrnntH it i : tcaHHiry fur o. to end 1 nit jour iltof vorN. aidevoyp (111 rnit rt" w nt mr w r wi a di n i Th- - i i th) ot n extra p e nt bj re ur mall cv b o I actrar-e- i i.rri-Hie It nine I rnr 'b th f tniou Ian M iclir a11. I nr r z am r re t t 4 in the I'm c.t vt4ict tfca hit boot r T h n n funde'. Lut-ii.t iIm Jne d he em 11 a urue. Tb t n m 1 e t tnr ohTiiI o icnMiits wi I b prnitt. inJu t wiihit I"in (r tu It im I o niemtr. eerr cnte t m lbof ajirzp Note r - t K we wi t bend yo Tit or. an V i. f le t t - MinN w f n n . on wi it ti .0 ie i tm Add e T11 k Vi ant-.iIn ivr t ;m ition t nx ,t,tnt-- i ; f1 I Tol-ive- r. I toll-gat- Can-trc- ll thiCom-monvealt- h. $23,-49- 9; Can-tre- ll ell-kno- u -- brig-antin- MADE ME me m S30,-00- - in Ky., May 22. Deputy Warden L. T. Neat, of the Frankfort penitentiary, Friday morning tendered his resignation to tho board of sinking fund commissioners in the hope of securing a prospective federal appointment Neat was an applicant for surveyor of port at Louisville, but will not git this. He has baen tendered the position of chief deputy under Bamctt, who is regarded as a sure winner. The applicants to succeed Neat are: M. J. Kearns, Lebanon; A. D. Vatterson, Columbia, Adair county; C. E. Jasper, Somerset, and Y. E. Kay, Lancaster. A Moqulto Ulto nn Accident. Fhankfokt, Ky., May 22. 'the court of appeals in the case of Sallie Omberg vs. the United States "Mutual association decided that tho lower court was wrong, and that sho was entitled to 5,090, the amount of an accident policy carried by her husband, who died us the result of a mosquito bite, the court holding the latter to be an "accident in the meaning of tho law." Juankfout, Irputy Witrden Noit ltsl?n The scene of the fighting is in Leslie county, 15 miles below the county seat, and as there are no railways or telegraph lines, the news did net reach here until Monday. A primary election had been called In the township, and at Red Rird precinct moonshine whisky flowed freely. Most of the mountaineers were drunk, and 40 engaged in a fight late in the day. A. II. Cornctt, one of the killed, was oneof the leading mountain farmers. It is said that he did not take part in the fight, but was killed by a stray bullet Further details can not be obtained. Shanty ltoat Lw ConstltntlnnaL e FnANKFOirr, Ky., May 1& The court of appeals has decided the shanty boat law constitutional and valid in the case of Robertson vs. the from Livingston county. The law requires parties living on the river in shanty boats to take out licenses from the county court and this has tc be given on certificates of gool character of the parties living in the boats. Hie law was passed at the last session of the legislature and will have a tendency to break up tbe practice of parties living on the river. Government Troops Victorious. MoxTHVinno, May 18. A battle last- n trl lct' rt'i I" 1 k-- v -i 1 SI 25 liM fr it p 1 re t- - -- rpeo e-- t .i- cina 1 illit'le I ADVANCE. 1 ae ! 111 ili i5ce 1 d.in ta,t ut ny i WWrr a er -- -- 1 e. 1 rn Ifu 1 -- earles&Cok,J-HKHL&co- ZAGENTSZ D. II. BALDWIN & CO.'S Main (Oppocsile StFt. GlriMlon.) C1-.I1 Country Produce Bought and High Grade Piunos and Organs; New Home and other high grade Sold. Hiahe-- t Trice Paul tJr&&4 31 irk SewingMachines. Also, cheap $15 up. EXPERIENCE. so YEARS machirs, from All l.in.ls of sew-ing.maehi- ne y The Lebanon "Cycle Handsomest '97 BICYCLE Manufactured. 3?ricc, Rt S-00- 1- -4 Corrugated Tubing, 1 in. Oil Reservoir Hubs. Write for a Catalogue. Every Wheel Warranted. Deal Direct With Us. Manufactured by Ii. KALBACH & SON, LEBANON, PA. HE , MlP 0k0 PATS THE FOR STREET, RICHMOND. KY. FREIGHT. i..T0D PAT. THE... DRINKS. NO! 8 SECOND rfce.Nd. -- 3. tickles a eer with straw and NflrffliT?-:as3sif- t the man who ysQso.xjr.ff'.sa- - I fools with his T If TrVrXVl iW T1 I E U health are on "V a par. If mere is any distinction it -r--T iv.ir I ; is in favor of the Doy who imairines he is playmi ? withal MP I bie cat and is not old enough i irZr ) to realize his danjrer. The man if he don't know, ought to know that wh'-- he neglects his health he is t nptisg fate and tampering with death. Nine men out of ten neglect their heslth. The result is that untold thousands fall victims every year to the insatiablS tier called consumption. 98 ceaL of all cases of consumption are cured by Dr. Pierre's Golden Medici Discovery. It acts directly on the luiiijs, building new tissue in place of old, and drivinronta'l impurities and disease genus. It corrects all disorders of the digestion, iruigorates the liver and restores the lost r, appetite. It is the great blood-makeand nerve tonic. Thousands hae testified to their recovery under its use after their caseswere fjiven up by the doctors and all hope was gone. The druiriiist who claims to hive something that v. ill do just as well is t: .trustworthy. " I was atnicted for four years with local weak-rtsbat would not confess it for a time," writes Mrs. Bculah "WoodalU cf Bateman, Patrick' Co., My ciother told me she had read of Dr. Va. rierce's medicines and advised rac to try thent. I took the ' Favorite Prescription and Go'ccn Medical Uucovery aad they cared me. I cannot praUe Dr Pierce's medicines too duch." Nothing win keep down the fortunes of sn ambitions family more than bitr doctor's bills. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser enr bles a family to pet along without calling in a doctor except in cases of serious illness or accidents. It teaches a mother how to treat the minor maladies and life. It contains accidents of every-da- y so8 Diets, orcr 300 illustrations, aud is . is Jjiai.n Lu, ..sh tl:at any one can T. Over a "vllion homes own tnid"rt"ML copies ot it, A new edition is ready aud will be ffiven away absolutely FREE. If you copy send twenty-on- e want a one-cestamps, to cover the cost of mailing onlr.to the World's Dispensary,'Med-'ica- l Association, Jluf&lo, N, Y. Ifyou waut.a'fiae:laa binding, send tea ntt , - . estnt, tfcirty-cents in aXL . ! boy The little rSaESSsSiasNaSS ySr&35Ste'Eiffa ft who amwmmmm .&?l. r SSwis v " H &&( ' n -- pr r, fleih-builde- General Taylor was summoned to Washington Friday morning on a telegram stating that the lottery cases would be called up beforo the supreme Tho cases have been pending court. for several years, and Secretary Carlisle will appear as attorney for the lottery. llonquet for Democrats. the Fkanicfojjt, Ky., May meeting of the senate Friday a box of pretty roses were placed on the desk of Senator Goebel, with a card from THE MARKETS. Mrs. Jane L. Rhea, mother of Congressman John S. Rhea, on which was CinCINXATI. May ri FLOurt Spring fancy, J.8 i 0). spring f3m written "To democratic members." lly, iHOi'.TJ. spring pa ent. 11332 4.7i, winVlnecnr to He llinirod. ter piteot. (L50dt83. Inner, M lJJil JrJ: family. 5.V11G: extr. tiSO IM low grade, Lkxinoton, Ky., May 22. Clarence 4J.30&iflV rye. northwestern. riCO Ji45; do Vinpirar rnlnrid. . wns found rmiltv of city. H. 30 sJtO. Wheat Siles: No 5 red. track. SOc: jnra- - murder at Georgetown Friday morning and sentenced to hang. He met his pls red. at landlnp. )j9o. No. J red iraM, S5K3Coax Sales: Mixed car. tr.elc. r7e, No. 2 wife in the road, jerked her from a mixed, truck, SOi buggy and with his knee on her breast track, 25;: No i , fired two shots into her head. Oats bale: Xo. 2 mlx-white, 2Kc. Hoes Select ahlppT. J3 753.1 80.' select ' Two lVrsnns Scalded to Death. butchers', JJ. 75318 J. lelr to cood packers,' , Hazleton, Pa., May 22. Two pert3.Gxt3.7S: fair to cool lisnt. I3.3S&183. comsons were scalded to death by the mon and roushs, fl0)3 6a CAT1I.E Kalr to cood shippers', Il:5&18J; bursting of a still in Michael McGarri-ty"- s exports. tl8Q IS. Kojd to choice bulcfcers' distillery. One of the stills, with H 153 L7. fair to medium butchers', 1653 a steam pressure of CO pounds and filled common, fc!.8&3 W 4 Sheep An Lambs Extras, IL3524.50: pool with boiling liquid, burst The steam to choice, t&7i4 5 common to fair. !5JJ and fluid rushed out upon Michael aAO.joirlln?!. coirnon to extra, 13.50 a 4. 7i tho owner, aud a laborer none on sale, gcod to Mrs. MeGarri-t- y choice. f0J&40. tomcoa to fair, L03 named Andrew (lartz. was badly burned in trying to savo b7 Veal CALVli Kalr to rood llsht. $3 013 her husband; 6?j. extra, efuj. connua "j 22,-rOn K'ntuekr Lottery Fkankfort, Ky., May Case". 22. Attorney ing six hours has' taken place between the Uruguan troops and tbe insurgents under Lamas and Saraiva. The government forces were victorious, according to the official report. It is further stated that the revolution is dying out, owing to the insurgents lacking ammunition and on account oi numerous desertions from their ranks. Later in the day it was officially announced that the insurgents had been completely routed and that the revolution is considered ended. THE GIRL For Whom Preston Thornton Die 1 Carried Awjf liy a Special to a eummrr Kelort While Iler Lnv-- r la Bjicig "TbSJK BEF0R& 3 iiij3syAyyis TRADE 'IARiCS, OESICH2. COPYRICHT3 Ac. "- supplies. Repairing a Specialty. aprH-l- w mchll-fm a AnTOne sctdliur acket-- b -' qmcklyasccrtiia, free. w!iet!ier an " "" " probablT patertal.a. fotrnia" fat J confldentlal. Oldest aceccy I r'wrrc la America. We hare a Wau ret j 1 Patents taken tbroach Muna SU pedal notice in tha reii BULLS I SALE. MAGNETIC rnyecieiitinc Journal, week' t, terms ?V.uj a ear an 1 11am tlMslx months. Sprtmen noon. OS I'atests sent fr". Address AffitRiOAH, SCIEHT1FIG IIlatriteJ. lircwt cirrolan in i eo, 0t.V"f L NERVINE Tx8 VT. T. Dncron. of Kirkaville, has two yonnjr Hhorthorn bulls for sale, and ready for serrice. 5hey are good color and well brctlj nch2l-t- f CO., MUNN 3S1 IJroadvtnj. Ncrr Vcrk. 2-S- i 7 linr ed. 1 1 I - d. tr-c- k. ( Larnts-itxtra- and &7S laro, 11 s, clutnin !3l(o. medium clothim;, U;J:c: orafa, c; med.uoi I4t5c. WuhtJ, nas lucrU no, 2 to XX isc medium clnnlnr. lS&lsc; 13510- - ioa; cimala;, Uil7c: delaine tlx-oi-, qujrtor-oloo- J aad ior. It .11.;. common tuawjuasd. choice. 19j. coarserl-al2, Uiitco.00, May 22. "Wheat Mar- - 7lf3 Jan 7.3. July, lie; Seitaxber. 67k Dic.mber 6JS- -. delate aaJ Id: Wool Uatrasasl ans merino. qu.rter-bloo- d 10211c p?r 1.I c: Chicago, May 2. The strike of tanners and curriers has been officially declared of by the several unions inf of tho 2,000 men involved. volved will return to work Saturday if there is work for them after the new em loyes who took the strikers olaces have been provided for. One-hal- The Strike Declared OCT. :in ;2If;; Sep. temtxir, ajfa Mk, i7lc: July, ISe; September, Oats Coas May, 21S.i. Ju.y, 18ie. paper-covere- d nt cattle. 10.S:3; good 8123 4.11. t'dr batcheri'. UW Jlfl). fair. (I.li 4.SJ; rood helfjri, ilOOil.ai: ores, HOJii tlth bulls, stats andeowi. I (,003 7i Uoo--s Prime medium, bist Yorkers tin 4 plfrs, K6J 0,4.00-- ccnunoa to fair. 3.5031 91; . heavy, R.W3W rouihi. tiiOJi So. SBEip Chslco sheep, (til 14.23; to3d.Jl.0i 90; cotamoa. (.10. fslr. 117013 JJ 0013 59; CATILI-Prime PirxsBOTfjn. Mar 22: in Tnctin. have renorted tottie Acadetnv of Sciences that neither Prof. Yorslnsl nor Prcf. liafluns serum has Deen successful in the treatment of thebubouia plague. Tho commission adds that the danger of the plague reaching Europ ', is small. Tae Serum Failed. VinsNA, Alay 23. The doctors sent Preston Thornton, the was being buried at Cave Hill cemetery Tuesday afternoon the girl for love of whom he killed himself was speeding aw-ito Hot Springs, Va., on a special train prov dod by her fathor. President Miltoa II. fcraith, of tho L. & N. Railroad Co. 'J he funeral brought together one o' the most distinguished gatherings ever witnessed iu Kentucky. The residence of his aunt, Mrs. John Mason Young, whero tne services were held, is a mansion in Louisville's most arristocratic quarter. The house nnd lawn were crowded. Most of the attendants wero visitor from outsi le tho city, anu members of the Hardin, Prcton, Wicklilfj, Lrown, Breckinridge and Thornton families, and havinif an ancestry associated with Kentuslcy'd written history. At tne htfod of the casket the aged father of tho deceased stood. His grief was freshcnel by having learned that his soa had kiilid himself an hnd not been the victim of tats accident. "When Rev. Dr. Minnegorolo referred to suicide the elder Thoratoa gasped. The preacher was bewildered and hesitated. There was confusion and the speaker lifted his voico until silence among his hearers was again secured. The grandmother of, young Thornton did not attend the funeraL Sho is an invalid at her home in Lexington, an 1 has not yet bica told that her only grandson Iseai. President Smith, of the L. and N., was present, hut displayed no emotion. self-slaye- r, y Louisville, Ky., May 10. While 1 - AFT Ur a 'Written tee to cum Vlullty, Nerrnos Debility. Insomnia, Falling Menu WMtlng Dlteasea and all Waakneuea resulting from early or later Easly. Quickly. PeraaneBllfRestorei. gfSlS TholiuaHleaJcinoCo,8uPaul,Mhia. CgT"Sol(l liy W. G. Wniie, Umtsanbi, KicliiiiiuiJ, Ky. ' ' WE ARE AGENTS FOR u al E WILLARD HOTEL. beei Converted Into a Modern Palace 3a3 Recently Halls and Entrance arc Mnrblo and Tiling of tho Finest Quality. 2000 Yards of Brilliant, Nsw Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors -- ' - lK TAKUmS AMI IM'PKtt II.U.LS. - - ISKII-IJOO- V, Offices and DSninj-Rcn- m Beautifully Dzcsrted and Bril- - -- -r 3- ,- c jljantly Lighted. Its Equipments throughout ara without a Superior in the South, rato of Ihargcs Considered. 1 l?ATEE and KAvivLCf V "ff. k StXiY9!? W Ihivo IJeen Expanded in This Recent Improvement.. RKTES $2 dr. BUST'S a v St J W $2.50 PER PIGEON DHY Scott lilUir,. Jr., Masajer. THE GRCATCST DISCOVERY OF TME ASCi (INJECTION.) nnirnM n IjBT AND Now it makes no difference whether )oti I ., , , . ;i nue a wneei or nor, come aim examine what we have and you will sec something whick will L Fonr Yiars for a Chicken Thief. Ky., May 2l Virgil Mukes, colored, has just been yVholM'aJo 'Milliner Tall. 1! on tae'cEarge ,of breaking into Pittsburgh, J?k, May 2. 3J. JB. M.' lit Do wns' chick Rose & Co., .wholesale milliners, oi County Attorney this city,' was Closed JFriday hy th eu uuune. Mm ., uuunsT jovr ouickbds. Careolltoh, BEHNYROYAL alireyaaflcfurDr.HB.l't OTiiaio m'MU aad ucrer Injare. con-evict- ed D HIP Original nil MfeJL XMiIeI SeBOtao a reoaiyt C aM lENE r lwrrrlet9laolllall aakU. irMpttf$lfef: MxMel I mm ilatelo A aaxrlMt Care la 1 to 4 tfara. luiime eCeetr-J"M- t V. .ear.. fe laacumk itrMMIIM.. YWtMCkM,! ' interest you. fj. ' i U Hi Co, St. ftwl. HYwrn. , .. ss ' H .;- ff-- ,fMrSoldliy W- - G. White, jkaegiai, Kiettmoad, Ky 9e!& & R. & CROW. U Q ' -- J , ft fc l . II i H - e - U . it I , . c