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'' St r - - - v " '-'" "1' - '7 " '" " " ' v rfHto MM HBMBHH RICHMOND EICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, Climax. IT& iJcsj :i I "x iri ant. a ., TOLUME We wish to caution all users of Simmons Liwr Regulator on a subject of the deepest m ist anl importance to their health their livt-a- . The sole proprietors Mid m.itprs of Simmons Liver Regulator rn tJiMt customers are often deceived by i ivm; a nl taking some medicine of a vuiii'ar appearance or tasle, believing it to e simraon Liver Regulator. We warn u 'hat unless the word Regulator is on in parkaj;e or bottle, that it is not Simmons l.i ver Reiiulatnr. No one else makes, or ver h is Liver Regulator, or anvihint; called Simmons Liver Regulator, bat J H ZeilinA Co., and no medicine made by anyone e'se is the same. , We alone can put it up and we cannot be responsible, if other medicines represented as the same do are nt heh you as youwell led to expect they will Bear this fact in mind, ifyou have been in the habit of using a medicine which you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator, because the name was somewhat like it and the package did not have the word Regulator on it, you have been imposed upon.and have not been taking Simmons Liver Regulator at alL The Regulator has lieen favorably known for many years, and all who use it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation, Headache. Djpepsia, and all disorders arising from a Diseased Liver. We ak you to look for yourselves, and eee that Simmons Liver Regulator, which you can readily distinguish by the Red Z on wrapper, and by our name, is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. mad-Simm- KENTUCKY, BE HONEST ABOUT IT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1897. NUMBMrjk! "Nothing else like it:" The most refreshing and - 1 91 W JLRNING. WAITING FOR THE WAVE DEMOCRATS, TAKE CARE OF THE LEGIS LATURE. You told us that a billow ot would flow profcperity The election of the candidates for the A mighty vae across tile land from Legislature in the county and senatorial Maine to Mexico; coventions this year is of most vital imThat the mills would all be opened and portance-.. A UnitedStatesSenatoristobo lost confidence restored, elected, and that election may determine And the banks uouid '"loosen up" their the political complexion of the United rip upon the golden lmanl. StatcsScnatc. That body now standa bus: We are testing now the virtue of the Republicans, 43; Democrats, 31;? Inde"golden cure" to save, pendents. 12; total. 8Q. And arewaitinp-- , waiting, waiting, calmly In Oregon there is a vacancy. ' ' waitiuK for tiie ae. The body when full consists of ninety Y'ou raid tbc loiious fla of thrift, at members. The Republicans require only e to make a majority, because once would be unfurled. that would be a tie, and the Republican And wave again in gladness o'er the re- Vice President would have the casting cnnBtrnrUd woih!; That hope's effulgent beams would shine vote. The opposition must have forty-bivotes to make a majorty. The states from in flood of living Ifclit, despair would take which Senators ara to take their scale And rax March 4, l&W, are the following: her cverliibting fliuht. Rhode Island. Mississippi. Texas. That these grand things would happen, Nebraska. Maryland. Wisconsin. your eolcnm promise cave. jou Tenncssoc. Delaware. New York. I forty-fivx ed w Is Near Waddy. POWDER Absolutely Pure Celebrated for its great leavening strength and healtlitulncss. Assures the food against Ilium and all forms of.adulteration cbmmon to the cheap brands, eoyal baking powder co., NEW YOEK. And now we're waiting, waiting, calmly Washington. Utah. waiting for the wave. Wyoming. Yes, all the things would happen, we Missouri Virginia. were confi lently to'd. Minnesota. If we'd vote for liuckeye Bill ami the West Virginia single Maiidurd gold. But now we're on ourupperb from tramp- - Maine. Florida. Indiana. Vermont. Michigan. Pennsylvania Ohio. North Dakota. Connecticut. New Jersey. Massachusetts. Nerada. Montana. California. A REMARKABLE FREAK. A Jersey Cow Droppcd'Sevcnly'CaWc: Shelby Sentinel, 20. in; through the street, In J. II. Take ZEIL.IN & CO. Simmons Liver Regulator. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Ml.vS of work, to earn wherewith buy our bread and meat. We voted as yon paid we Fhould, in hopeb the way to pave The better times, and now we're sadly vailing for the wave. Fourteen of the Senators whose terms expire in 1S09 aie Republicans. Fifteen to are Democrats and one is a Populist. MIL' 1IKII lidMiEN. We've been vaiting, waiting, patiently, for lo, these many days. And watching for the rosy dawn to greet our anxious gaze, 'Jill our wardrobes are depleted, and our l.irdcrs running low. And tne interefct on the mortgage due, and we aie out of "dough," But hoe deferred will drive us prematurely to the grave. If we have to wait much longer for the coming of the wave. STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER. IiiciiMoxn, ,f& Ojwv adjoining A Kentucky. .R Itiirnam's. ATOHNETS. R. W. MILLER. Attorney- at-La- Richmond, Office in - - Kentucky. fcW-l- J. W. Duttox. Oakland, Cal., May 3, 1S97. THE WINDSTACKER. I anner's National Bank. the Dnrnam Building, next door to y c. T. BURNAM. IV. S. MOBEBLEY. ff'JRNAM MODERLEY. Attorn RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. occu0 pied by A. R. Burnam: Office in Burnam Building, recently J. Miirp sxr. A TTO RX E rv2S". -L A W, RICHMOND, - KENTUCKY. op-- over Taylor's Hardware Rtore, Court Ho'ip. on MainStrert. ii. u iio;;, A TTORNE Y A T L.i II'. Kentucky. ItuiiMoxn, Office No. ir Kirt St. up Ftairs. T M-ii- Sl-3- 0 GKANTE. LILLY, A TTORNEY--A ItiniMONU, LA W, Kentucky. ami Second Olllce S. W. corner htreetK up btairh. Will practice in sill .inl the courts o .Mami-o- n and Court of Apprals Hinnt aiii'-'.iiin8 J.C. &D M CIIBXAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, oifipp on Pvcond street, over grocery. Chen-au't'.- - CREEN CLAY, A TTORXE --- Y-A T-L-A W. Kentucky. 13 Richmond, olleotions polioitod. pzrsrciArc. DR.H.R. GIBSON, Fichmoni. oni Street, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. 18 ... Office in the Joe Cc.Iini buildini;, oer Wnne .old drucitote. and o Sec 7- - CLIAS. HOOKER, 1 ETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Franklin (Ind.) Democrat.) In our trade ami agricultural exchanges we note some ditciiN-ioconcerning the merits of the I'ncuiiiaticor Wind stacker. Ve believe the farmers of Johnson County, situated as they are, in one of the best itgricnltunil regions in the world, are to be felicitated for their ex cellent judgment in adopting improved methods in farming without being governed by prejudice or hearsay. To the faimers of .bdiuson County, who have been familiar with the Wind stacker since, iis introduction iir 1SD1, discussion at this time concerning the lileiits of the Wind stacker must be amutiug. When they know that they have Mraw stacks that have stood for three, four and five v ears with the sti aw bright and clean a few inches below the surface, they certainly cannot help wondering why the Wind staiker could anywhere be con deiuued because the stiaw would not keep. The geographical position of the County, the whole of which lies within forty miles of the capital City of the State, makts it readily accessible, to the agents of all the agricultural implement For that reason, thii manufacturers Count is paiticularly f.ivoied in having the fust opportunity to receive and judge We suppobe the of new inventions. contests by agents forsalesof machineiy are as kien heicas they could possibly be anywhere If, therefore, thercshould lie any weaknesses or defects in a ma chine, the agents of competing machin them and ery would be swift to point them out to buvers. The fact is that a thresherinan in this County without a wind stacker, has very little to do, and none of them thinks of buying a netf machine without it. Fariuera will no longer endure the disagreeble and arduous labor required in stacking straw, nor can they secure hands iu a btir season to do such' work. The man ufacturerof a threshing machine in this day, which is not adapted to work jn connection with the Wind stacker, .has no Nile for his gooils in this County, and we are surprised that farmers or thresh-me- n in any locality wonld think of using old time methods or. machinery not adapted for the best use of progressive improvements. n r to-da- y Maine, Rhode Isl.ind, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, Vermont and Pennsylvania may be conceded to the Republicans. This would make but one change in their favor, and that would be a Republican in place of Senator Mui-ph- y of New York. Tennessee, Missouri, Virginia, Mississippi, North Dakota, Delaware, Texng, Florida, Nebraska, Utah, Montana, Wyoming, Nevada and Washington may with equal certainty be claimed by the Democrats and their silver allies. This would be a gain of two for the bilvcr forces. They would elect Senators from Wyoming and Washington in place of Senators Chirk and Wilson. This would be a net gain of one Senator from the twenty-on- e states referred to. The remaining status in which the battle will be stubbornly fought between the 1 eople on the one side and the gold power on the other for the control of the United States are West Virginia Maryland, Wisconsin. New Jersey. Indiana (now represented by one Democrat and one Republic.tp),' Ohio, Michigan and Minnesota, now represented by Republicans, and Oregon, where there is a vancancy. Outside of these nine states, if the above estimates are correct, the Democrats anil Independents will have forty To voles and the Republicans forty-onsecure a majority the Democrats trrut-- t cairy six of the nine. Unless there is a marked change for the beitei in business conditions, the Republican can have no reasonable hope of carrying 1 single one of tuese Suites. Tliey have, however, the habit of victory in Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Should they carry these tin ee the Senate would still stand forty-siDemocrats and free silver and e. x The louisville Post of May 11th published a miraculous story from its Waddy correspondent of a cow in that ne'gh borhood dropping seventy calves, which the Sentinel at the time refused to credit, and accordingly made no mention of it. Since then, however, the storv has Iwen vouched for bv a number oi creditable men ami we therefoie give it below, as told by the Waddy correspond" qutet little town and the people go in very much the same paths evry day, with' nothing to excite 01 upset tin-iHowever, an occurrence was reported to the Evening Post correspondent yesterday afternoon that has caused everylody to turn out to see the 'curosity.' Think; of a cow being the mother of seventy calves all born on the same day and all well formed. The happening was so remarkable the Evening Post correspondent could not believe it until he had seen the drove of diminutive yearlings himself "An investigation proved the truth of the report and showed that Waddy. though small, has a bunch of freaks that even the Purchase part of the SUte cannot equal. 'On the farm of J. M. Whitohoue, a well known and prominent fanner of this neighborhood, a cow yebterdav dropped seventy calves. Sixty-nin- e of them were about the size of rate, but fully developed in even way. Thev were all marked very much as theii mother. They did not live hut a short while, but were active while alive. 'II e other one is a full-siz- e calf and is living. It seemed as much surprised at the presence of so many brothers and sisteit-athe people who were attracted to the spot by the unusual occurrence. "The happening was so hard to believe the fanneis all over the country have visited Mr. Whitehousc'a farm since to see the litter of calves and be convinced. A museum roan could have forty-fou- r Republicans. will be seen that the contest is to be made a great feature oi them if he had It close and must be hard fought. There been on hand to buy aud preserve their inut be no loose material among the bodies." is a s ent: "This All those who are satisfied with the present financial condition of the country are logically gold 6tnndard advocates. All those who are dissatisfied with the depressed condition of the country are logically opposed to the gold standaid. The man who has a ballot and has not the manhood t" ti it for his own protection is unfit tilH'. citizen of a free government. T o who are daily struggling toHvet ir property from the vortex of h nk hi prey, and who for years saw the vthleof their property wasting away i .der the operafipu of the gold stand ard should insist, upon a change in the financial policy ot the government. No new policy could" be more .disastrous to the man.who is steadily being driven in the diiectiou of bankrruptcy than the prtseut policy. The lowest order of animals would be prompted by the instinct of to flee fiom certain and inevitable destruction; and it would seem that man endowed with a higher order of intelligence would be promptid by both instinct and reason to turn away from certain and inevitab'edisastc. A policy must be judged by its eflects, and by the test tLe gold standard stands con leinned. All those who realize tlud our financial system is w rong may not he the exact able to agiee upon remedy for i, but they should all get to gethcr as a matter c f and be governed by the judgment of the m.ijority. Iu a multitude of counsel there is wisdom, and in united action theie is safety . Louisville Dispatch. One effect of Local Option in Win- Li tn t&sJg vsr' ANDY CATMTIG & 1 We Send it FREE! --TO- U pleasant Soap lor the skin. iimm I Young and Old. 1 L I 10 URE'COHSTtPATiOM ?2Tt-vmumm?i32- 1 t ALL DRUGGISTS Laxa-- t Sam-- I 'pnRouJrs-a- j! t it n Rejoice with us " in the Discovery. BflnS W'W, 4 E are tlif Mral SRQflT T1TPT V fiTTIR XNTFFD. rare cae or constipation. HDOUhU EiH UUflltflfl IfitlU 'a n rrr 'crip or rripe.bnt rau.e rasi natural rnults. tTr. Can., orjeir Tork. pie snJ booklet free. id. STF.UI IXO EKMF.IlT (.. Chirarn. Montreal. 25 SO ssalillilSs I rarrtts GuTANEOUSll JSOAR fRLTVAHnKFTlC reR THE 1 TOILET NuaSCRY-SBAT- tu.i t k jst iSr2. l oGcage J& You can't "r o BRIDGEFORD'6 SlU rECONOiVilST RANGE, PRICE 25 1 Or - m? 02 5S? When a man has suffered for years with a weakness that blights tits life and robs him of all that really make life worth living, if he avail hiiB.elf of a complete cure, why not possess the moral courage to stop his downward course. We will send vou by mail, ABSOLUTELY FRKK, in plain package, the DM. HoFKlUNS VITAL TABLKrS. with a legal gmr. ), antee to permannntlv cure LOST U.W-IIDIIISKLK-AISl'SB,' n V i SEE THEM ! EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE THEM! It lasts twice as leng- as others. A trial will convine: you of its great merit. Will please ths most fastidious. KXl!AL WKAK-NK-i- S. t Of CHARLES F.MILLER, Mfr. ot FRENCH .. now it is yoa icei so D.iaiy; why you have c" .MILLED TOILET SOAPS AND PERFU.V.RY, tired and nervous; why you have Kidney trouble, or why your skin breaks out ir. pimples and sores. It's all because your blood is poorl Tone it up, in other words, take pains around the heart, and that sick feeling after meals. Why yoa always feel so ESTABLISHED, 183Q. m Lancaster, Penn. v v k v SHIPS forever N'llilir EMISSIONS and all uunatHral drains. Keturns to former apjtearances emaciated organs. No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe deception. If we could not cure, we would not sewl our medicine KKKE to try, and pay when NatNtied. Write to day, as this way jtet appear again. Address VAUICtlfKLK, : Western Medicine Company, nCOEPORlTED. 24-2- F. G. lx5-5z- Oos Corsets, MAKE Kalamazoo, Jiirb. :! American Beauties ECCo's GORREGV SOLD ON AX Guarnntcc. gfit V Johnston's Sarsaparilla i i chester is thus described by the Democrat: "There is one family in Winchester who bid fair to sit on the top rail of the fence in a few years if the present combination (ontinues to hold good. Just before the Local Option law went into effeet last week, the head of the house who loves a good drink and has the reputation of indulging pretty freely, bought a five gallon keg of snake mixture and turned it over to his wife, with instructions hi give him a drink nly when he had the dime to pay for it. The arrangement promises to be exceeding! profitHble for the good lady of the house. The keg is aheady about empty, and in another week &he expects one-thir-d OOGvS IIIF V- - the greatest of alt blood puriflen. V will malt jou, free, our illustrated book that trlls you vthit the matter U, and how to cor rtct the trouble. Williams. Davis, Crookj & Co. Detroit, nicb. PRICE, $1.00 a Quart Bottls. SHAPES. SOLD I.N TVf. "TrATZ T TVC THE GREATEST WORM DESTROYER OF THE ABC JCEIJBRATED WORM PPWDEBS fe ARTISTIC EAST ANO PLEAS AfJT RICHMOND. A m EFFECTS. Sold by D. Z. & T. . Taylor, Waco, Ky. s :f:SADDLERY.:: 2 U1M11TO, On .Laca Box. imi Magmas Smallest dose Easiest to take Entirely vegetable Most certain and nrver-faili- lJlj TO i take. lilEy UW V) c&Sv V 1 MA All Worm Destrover EVER DISCOVEKEU. Sold for a quarter of 3 cen- tury with continually m. reas- - v Lengths. NEWEST I I ntj demand. Think a moment. Does this not mean merit ? 115,000 Children yearly Sent to their Graves by Worms. . N K HcDONALD'S to make enough profit to buy a new parlor carpet. It is said however, that she is making the oM man drink about double the ipiantity which he used lo imbibe in the endeavor to get the house newly furnished "this spring. Kentucky Fair Dates. At pnicE, 5 S CELEBRATED WORM POWDE! would have saved them all. a.-Jo. (ForsalebyalldrnirgUt-'iaiiddealerslBiBedietaies.- peu box. l At Walter Azbell's Liveby Utiiile. the annual meeting of the KenAll kinds of harness, cheaper tucky Fair Association, in the Willatd than can be bought any where in Richmond. Friday afternoon, the following were Give ns a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction feb21-t- f guaranted. elected officers for the coming vear: President, W. I. Samuels, Ilardstown; CCQC-CVice President", J. II. Mallory, Bowling CO CO CO COCO Off J Green, and S. A. Deatherage, Richmond; hand-mad: ills Spfcl la Geo. White. I) MODELS. FANCY and j. Manufactured only by the proprietor, ! .. svi lie. I'a. may5-6in- o PLAIN. FEATHERBONE CORSET CD. L. & I.v LV. A. II. JNr. JR. JR. K. tl.JKVJSION. Effect March 1, IS8C. P. M. p Democratic nominations no man who could be led astray by persuasion or corruption. There must be no gold bugs in di'gui-- e, with Democratic records behind them up to last November, and noncommittalism then and since. This will be a vear for party caucuses and rigid party discipline. Our silver Irieuds outside of the party jvill he sure to approve this as the only protection against the wiles of the Wall street missionaries. It should be remarked that there are nos' in the Senate at least five Republican Senatois who, upon it call of the roll, would be certain to vote for a bill for the free coinage of silvt-r- . Their terms do not expire in 1899; but the friends of must have a majority outside of the Republican caucus iu order to lorce the question to a vote. For the above reasons w e exhort every Democrat to be vigilant in the selection of candidates for the Legislature. The Dght is for no man, but only for a Demo cratic Senator. With a Democratic Legislature a Democratic caucus cin" be relied upon to express the will of their constituents iu the selection of a nomiti nee for the United States Senate. Kiiqnirer, "May 24th. Cin-cinna- Secretary and Treasurer, A. R. 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'y 23. Richmond, Tuesday, July 27. Danville, Tuesday, August 3. Tammany made it plain Saturday Lebannou, Tuesday, August 10. night that she will stick to 10 to 1 and BanUtown, Tuesday, August 17. the Chicago platform in the Greater Eliz.deihtown, Tuesday August 24. New York campaign next fall. There Bmvling Green, Wednesday, Septemwas a meeting of the General Committee ber 1. in the Wigwam. The big cloik had Padiicah, Tuesday, September, 7. been stopped and set at Hi minutes to . Ju'y IS will be offered to Winchester, When the crowd caughfon they cheered which was not represented at the meet Senator the timepiece vociferously. ing. Cantor discussed State issues, denounc ing the Raines law and the Republican Commencement I'xcrciws of tlie Legislature. Senator Tom Grady made Public Scli'ol will be lielil on the principal speech of the evening, in the ni;:!it of June 17 at Union Taberwhich he said : "It is not well to be nacle. sure in politics. I will say this though: I have been 20 yeais in Tammany Hall HON. C. T. CALDWELL, bright and and never were theskit-Rsso promising of victory in November as of Parkersburg, W. ra., Recomthey are to da v. A solid Democratic mends Wrights Celery phalanx is in line. We have no apoloCapsules. gies to make for our support of Democratic principles in the last campaign. But we will not close our doors to any Parkersburo, W. Va., Democrat whose vote will go to make up January 2G4 1995. a Democratic majority next fall." Wright Met. Co., o NONOTUCK AND KATHR1NA o o BICYCLES The Finest Rigs, The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- SOLE MANUFACTURERS. SOLD BY W. D, OLDHAal & COMPANY. feblo-c- Express for Cincinnati, laris, Jlavsvtlie, Wir- che&teramt I.exiHgtOH tention. The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Your "Cousin," mail. Cincinnati Pari?, Mavs- r. 31. viHe, inch ester xhu 2.U5 Lexington mail. 1M Livingston, IndoM, Jel 1.10 lico, 1'ineville. 1255 Fast, line for Livinton. A- - M. 11.4.1 KnoxvilM 310 p. if. . 51. F:-- t line for Cincinnati 3 1!) I'.iris. Winrliettr. 11.4.1 I Hon land. Lancaster amil A. M M. t l'" 10: ! tanfoni. 6.23 7? Frankfort k Mm& Rata. 1. IST1 ) Hi HIGHEST GRADE, EASY RUNNING, SERVICEABLE. tt w P. B. BROADDUS. llunley's Old Stand. No. 25. 3? Gecrge Thorpe, Kiclimonil Kv. Itcaily to tlo all kind 01 b'.acksinitliing the hes promptly .Btl Second Street, between ilain ami rear of Dillingham hiiildin ttorkmanlike manner. S-- In Effect Marck DAILY KXCBPT SUNDAY. 4 ft I.3 Hop-kiiihvil- le Every Wheel Guaranteed. Send for catalogue. HAMPSHIRE CYCLE MFG. CO., NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Responsible dealers invited to respond with us. OO'OO'COi may26-- m cor- - (t 7 WEAK 1 iBN MADE YIBCEOaS -3 frr9tf L- E.ST Lrc Frankfort Arr Elk horn Switzer.. DuvalW BOUND. .. . a.m. 702 ' LSii f LSW 1 (7jr7?r( hwf l"04Y. m Wat PEFFF-R'S The every t AirenU winted inbook, locality for lion Bryan's great "The VJ.best seUcr ever produced. First Battle." Agents are The talcln; as many as 210 orders per week Beware of fraudulent imitations. Send for outfit and begin work at once. W. B COCKSY COMPANY, Publishers, 311 Dearborn Street, Chi-cag- d. FIFTY DOLLARS A WEEK EASILY MADE intccil t Cure crroarac3it Xrb VltaJl. mnotcncyi Iffhtl3"mJ33on, ioxv Faf liner Itber i:t,o.I effect$ SXrniory. Vait!uir jt or excesses " sc'f abuse acs, and iUtrrtrt. Wrrds otr Intanltjr and crmiimp" od tletdrupKl.st Imposeaworthlcsstu'tltui' U n Then it acts powcriuur ana quickir. thcrs fall. Yorn m .c rcsain lvt rraDhootl. c len recover Toultiful vLior. i- -j ms 3T" DA. lb " JnT ti2 Di VS2 You Get Of Dealers, Agents, stamping Ground Gccrcetown. 38 R45 6 SI IM 2U- J(.CT. IN 3 29 3 IS .VI imTAnn the Profits Jobbers di- Lve Gcorcetown " ' Arr Newtown. ' Centmnlle.. SK 8 li.00 4 K I 38 I 42 4 SE and Middlemen by buying rect from the manufacturer. ' Eluabcth Paris 822 4 5H 8 10 5 10 WBbT BOUND. Lve Tari? Ft Arr Elizabeth ' Ccntreville . 'sa 932 14 44 a.m. 9 IS p.m. a 96 8 ff V) ' Newtown- mayl2-S- w LOUISVILLE TOBACCO KET. MAR- - ColumbuR, Ohio. oa I ern- - ltrlcUH a grcntrr rr lit- - Insist en iff rURPHt'Si KlIIIVIGOIt, or stna for cn b earned In vest pocict. lrepaltl plitn wr or. ?1 per box, or O or .7, with A. erltefunil Vrtttcit Pamphlet Unnrnntre to Cureilruprlsts. AWri free. SoM by Unov. Lve Georgetown Georgetown - 938 5 '8 S 2 WW Arr Duvall". Stamping Ground Switzer Elfchorn INCOMPARABLE $ : SERVICE. Mr. Thorne, of the Conference Com mittee, at Frankfort, leported the aj.ree Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty, ment leached on his bill to reduce the Office ap stairs over New York Store, cornet SherifhY fees trom 52 to seventy-fiv- e 46- Minn and First streets. Richmond cents for property advertised. The Con- terence Committee agreed ujKm a fee of . C. M. J) $1.50 and the substitute requires that be Medicine and Surgery. fore the hheiilT can tell real estate for Ofiiee Collins Huildine, MainStreet. taxes he must make an allidavit that Telephone lit residence (the Carr place) on Ilro.idway. tJicre was no personal property out of Kentucky which he could make the taxes. The Richmond, --- --substitute wrs adopted and the bill passed DR. O. A. KENNEDY, by a unanimous vote. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Our county will, if it keeps up itp Kentucky. present Richmond, reputation earn the distinction I Stomach trouble. Constipation which 1 had been t long sufferer. I found the Of Shelbyville, Ky., Reconimenibj Celery Capsules gave me great relief "Wright's Celerv Capsules. from the beginuing and have used them Shelbyville, Ky., Slav 20, '96. To ever since. Witn pleasure, anu unso- Wright .Medical Co., Col., 0.: (IN KENTUCKY) licited, I recommend them to any and Cietif I have purchased a box of -of 1S9G on our market to this date all suffering with like afflictions or either Wiight's Celery Capsules from G. J7. Schedule in effect May " 1807. East. of them. Very truly yours. Middulloti. druggist, and used them for amount to GS.433 hhds. Wash-iii!ton- ? thelinepar'-excellenceto This. is No. I. No 3t No. 3. Sur Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti- EASttluUSD Charles T Caldwell. We are glad to bo able to report all im7 Jam 4.3) m T.Jopm kv. Louliville New York Boston and the East. grades considered, that hurley tobacco Sold by T. S Hagan, Druggist. Price pation and found that they gave mo 9 loam 147pm 8.Mpm Ar.helbyYlllc -The Queen and Crescent connects with has been stronger this week than at any 50c cuts and SI .00 per box. Call at drug mediate relief every time. 1 think it an Ar.Li'rencob'5 9.i.iam &35tm .S0pm 10.1am ftMpm OWpm At. Versailies 0- - - excellent remedy. and get free sample. Store every.line out of Cincinnati. 10. 50am 723pm 10 10pm Lexington Ar. time this year. All grades have advan Yours very truly, ; S T.S'wiFr, P. & T. A., Lexington, Ky. Na & Nu. 2. Ni . ced but the greatest improvement has 7.4Jam i.lOpm 5 uum Geo-- . W. Riley. Lt. Leztnuton 0 W G.Mobgan. D. P. A., Lexington, Ky. 8. 15am SJ'pu 3.43 m been in the red fillery sorts selling above Ar. Vers lilies 8.J6am (toupoi Ar.I.3'rencebB 0.iOatE Mpn. 'Irena," ny Chester Dare, consigned by $0.50 and. for bright flyiugs and trachea Ar. Shelbyville U'.Mam ai5pm 8QJam Ar. LoulsTllhr. HOW TO FIND OLT. Hussell Rally to the Splan-Negrass sale, in good condition. The quality ot the Trains Nos. t,2. 3 and 5 carry Free Observawas sold to T. D. Stout, of Dubuque, la., offerings have been a little betterand fre tion Chair Cars. of lending in freaks. In the present ua former owner of Nutwood, for 81,250. quent sale. have been made at from $12 in Smith Ttuilding, No. 304 Main Street, np OSce Fill a bottle or common water glass is recorded a cow dropping sevent3' stairs Office hours i to 1 ani 4 to 50 clock. l iSTDUND. WBBOt7NO ;Mr. Stout w as afterward offered a good to 14 00 with occasional hhds. sellinir calves; a 245 pound tumor removed from with urine and let stand twenty-fou- r No IZ.. 'no. It Na II No. It ttrArlo.NS. profit on her, but refused to sell. She still higher, one hhd. bringing S20.C0 Lv Loulsrtl Ar a woman, and a. 'mare having foaled in was the most beautiful mare in all Kentuck- per hundred. DR. JOITN M.JTOSTER, hours; a sediment or settling indicates a 4 ZCp.ll 7 4iam ArLarncbwAr aiipm 825am j a&p:n 955am side of a mouth a mule and horse colt. y-Kentucky ,7.S6pm iai5aui ArHarodjbirAr 4.3tpm 7 33am a In the btulcy section as regards the Kentccki Richmond. diseased cunditiou of the kidneys. 17.40pm 0"8'm Ar Uurstn. I.v 4,'Opm. 7.iajm V Suck Farm. In this connection we don't propose to planting of the new crop itcan only be ( When urine stains linen it is positive WESTBOUSD. EASTBOrND mention tliecon Fusion ticket for county Tl e census shows 22C white children said that a little start has bceu made and Na Id.lN'o (& Na la. t.No C7 l afArums Telephone at office and 1 evidence. evidence of kidney trouble. Too fre in Uawesville of school 8;e. ofiiew cither. Shelbv News. tint only a very stnallpart of thft inten4.8pm 7 laamlLv Louisvlt Ar lUjoam' a.ipm 6.45pm 9.1Uaml Ar Shetbvll quent desire to urinate or pain iu the il7pm 10.i7amArVerslIes Arl 9. .6amf 4.1ipm At ded crop has reiched the hill. V. EVANS, M. D., Ar 8.05am' flMpm The undersigned has three separate small G. UrOm(ArMIdvay Ar 7 4lam IJMpra last year about 83 per farms which he offers at private sale separately hack, is also convincing proof that the this date 7.50pm 115pm ArGeoren Lv 7 15aml aOOpm ceutof the crop bad been planted under or together. All three are situated at kidneys and bladder ure out i order. I WES.UOUKU. E31BJTJMX exceptionally good conditions and with PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEOK, tNo. 1 tNa 5. statio is. jtNo 6 tNa 2. DO- W3AT TO an unusually fine stand. The late start 7.4 am 4 2pa . lyjuUvil Ar liii m H.15pm Kentucky. fibBfB RiciiMosn. 5.30pm Versllei Ar that has been uiaJe in putting out the There is comfort in the knowledge lOiujm 7 3flprfiAr NlchlvtU Ar 6 ?am 4 40pm J 1. 00am ll.&8pm 8.J3i.m ArRic'amo'd Lv a 05am 3 45pm naw crop aud the general impression 80 often exprefsed, that Dr. Kilraprs 1.05 pm DR. T. J. TAYLOR, 1.50pm; Ar Irvino LtI waters of Silver Creek. They contain t, winch prevails to tlfu effect that the crop ou the the great kidney remedy Na 1 Nai respectively 8R and 165 acres, and are well Swamp-RooThe Style. Fit and Wear STATIOSS. Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, could not be Improved for to be planted this year will be smaller watered and well improved farms. There is fulfills every wish 111" relieving pain iu Lit. LouUvlUe...., 7.45am 7.3ipm Double tbe Price. Kentucky 10 50am lQlOpm Richmond than usual, regardless of weather condi- no better land in Madison county, most of it the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and Ar. Loilnatog... nuupm 7.30am iXr Knoxvills.r. being tions, have created somewhat of a" spt-cIt Ar? AsUevillo every part of the urinary 7. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5a00 Shoes are. the l.Siam LI5pm Office and retldenco oil Third SlreM. uOOam . r. lalive feeling which fs manifesting heelf productions oi smiled workmen, trom tbe best macorrects inability to hold hriae and Araarannan 910am -- BICH BOTTOM LAND- .Ar- - Jacksonville. terial possible to cut into shoes sold at these prices. extent. OH, the market 7 4upm 4.00 im sca'.ding'pain in passing jt, or; bad effects Ar. L'na'.tiuoo, DENTAL STJUSEBT. We make also $20 and $225 shoes for men, and - " 5.00am ll.iOam by following neighborhood Atlanta... It is a nso of liquor, vur.'e or beer, Ar. Macon.... if The followjngrquotations fairly .repres- turnpike fineschools, churches,and accessible Ar. ilJam I L 10pm fAU, $UW and 51.75 tor boys, and the W. J- -. railroads, mills, to 9 10cm aioira necessity TAr Jacksonville. Douglas $3.50 Police shoe, very suitable for our market for hurley tobacco 189(5 etc., all within a mile of White's Station Post and overcomes that unpleaf-aiient BOipm au&am Lv Cbittacooia. WJLKES SMITH, policemen and others caving DR. A. of beipj: compelled to getuplnanj? times ,Ar. lilrmlngham... 11.59 pm lO,3Uam crop. Office, ten miles from Richmond. much walking to do. ..., 4.45am s,4pa Ar. Mer.uian,. TKBMS Sale will be made . The mild dtirina tlie night to urinate. Trash (dark ordainaged)S 1 50 to 2 50 DENTAL SURGEON, HSJam a 53pm purchaser. ?or particulars, 4and the extraonlinary effect jp. Swanip- - Ar. New Orlean3... 2 5tt la 4 50 balance to suit, "We aro constantly adtlinc; new styles to our Couimon colory trash Kentucky Richuomiv r Na 1 carrle Free Chair car Louisville to .address already larce variety, and there is no rea m?y. Rtfot is soon realized. ILstantta the high-- et Lexington there connecting with Solid Ve4tl-- I Medium to good col trrtsb 4 50 to 7 50 mv:. S55s3sss?s a son dy yoa cannot be suited, so insist on "MercbanU, Geo. D. White, bulo Train carry In; Pullman Sleeping Carsrvlaf laving Y. U uouslas Shoes irom your for'its wonderful etirea o,' the most Cnattanoogato Ulrmlntham aad.New Orleans.. 1 tinkers, Couimon lugs .not colory "3 OO'tti 5 00 Omc Srntth""bui!dinc. Main Street. Office dealer. . Ijwycra, iourt, 0:00 to 11 M.l 1:00 " 4 1. M. 3fydu neeJji niedicine m "No. 3 carrie Pullman SJespar LoaHvtlta to i feb3-t- f distress! White's Statieu.rKy. '5, 00 to. 7 00 C6uimou. colory lugs AVq use only tha best Calf. Kussla Calt l"Sv8icians - '"Practice limited t JeiiUrtrr. iitifl Atl&ntn. also L3ilnsrton ta "ujirA and alt Medium to good col lugs 7 50 tf 10 50 you sJiotilS'have the, best, 'o(J by drojj-aibt- s, riitLirwiM! Tla IlotiSpririi's. Ashoville. and ail colors). French l'aWnt Calf, B JackionvlllQ economical French Enamel. VIci Kid, .etc., Common Xo iiuSlitiin leaf G 50,to10-5price fifty cents nndlbae dollar. men wear J. A. Yates. graded to correspond with prices J. C. Momjlh. , Medium U good leaf JO 00 tq'l400 W. L. OoueUi 4 of, the shoes. For a. satnpJe bottlejind parijjjhlpt, both leans- TDaiTyBieeptSttndar. , ."J Shoes because they Good to flue leaf-'- Bv13. 00jV,l CO AIORGAN & YATES, enpply you. leiCitMAi, ArWHxi)Ow,P.&XA.'5s-"3igwirf.P.TrA;are tbe best. 1 tlcaler cannot sent Treaty mail, mention ;rv, .BTitO' ..J . .M. DENTISTS, For sale by aikfrewt'o tvy. . , jraiasn. j.y.. &T.ut B;nVSiitifrm; Vmnrnvt... A.Mart and'eend . W.LMmAS,8fMUM;NMC 11 .2 Kentucky, Richmond, mjjdwv--oa, Kc:l" 3f- .- ..CATAL04CXFRK&,,,Oae liuudretl Bd.ttweutv"Brl6adB of yvmmsm n;iwnin w,w3M .n ir r 2fc' -"21 " ;wi J 'Jt i - "VF t ," nuiwiiiwi v fili"T" 1J i- - "! WBlepoi.tWTllf. EEa,OT- AjnwMUfVRraina JLHTpfO FZPL-rnvrirrjvi- Mala Street, overJoiiIStieiHfl jjj. wt ti Jw.I'M' OmE - l.rt" SiKLKi 2m Hi "fit. vi,: r D. 11. -r ,. Mil MlfPMiM , W1WI yc tr TS?iZe!'7 zrt- Tjr' V A '-"" Jl V -- ' vt- . iWr r7 i:-;?fir-V I J.t-a- i."tJBi t ..L i 'Li "Ji " JASPER, The Queen 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 Tronic Linus of the North, West and , FURNISHED BY GLOVER A DURRETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 1894 lihd. with receipts for the same period 1515 hhds. Sales on our market eince January 1st, amount to 78,011 hhds. Sales of the crop Gentlemen: I have been usinj: Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1S94. and find them to bo as recommended. I first be.ran taking them while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treatment for Sciatic Kheuniatisra, Liver aud BED WETTING CURED Wis. OR NO PAY. Mm. B.M.ROWAN, Milwaukee, y mch3-l- Sold by Richmond Drus Co. and W. G. No better wheel made than the White. UKII. W. KII.KY 'Qtr Acme Bicvcle SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Built in our 07n factory by skilled workmen, using the best material and the most improved machinery. Wo have no agents Sold direct from factory to the rider, fully warranted. Shipped anywhere for examination. WRITE FOR l 740 C. D. BERCAW. Gcn'l Pass. AcenU GEO. B. HARPER. Gen'l Sapt. Frankfort. Kentucky. Frankfort. 11 11 .US as K less 11 10 r t 6 58 30 7 kiif,ih lit. Sterling d Ohio hkii S Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND, and Islington Accom Eastern Express for Louisville Morebcad and Lexinjrton Accom. New York Limited K. F. V am Our interesting Offer Acmo Cycle Co., Elkhart, lad. jan27-6- m 450pm 7 30 am. 3 00 pm ... TWO - FAKMS w r FREE EDUCATION ia-s- IFORi An education at Harvard, Yale, or any other colleuc or institution of learning in the United States, oriniheXew Knpland Conserva-tor- y EAST BOUND. 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom 11 58 am New York Limited F. F. V. 6 30 pm Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom 9 33 pm Washington Express Accommodition trains run daily except SSn-da- v. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reerratiqns-ral- l on or write K. HOOD. Agent Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W. BARNEY. Lexington. Ky- D. P. A. C. & xi - of Music, can be seenred by any young man or woman who is in earnest. Write for particulars JAMES D. BALL, quickly. 36 BromGeld SL, Boton, Masa. ' tWanted fin Idea your Who can tamk of some Umpta thbKF to n&ient? Protct Idru: thy mar brim Ton weal t a. Write JOHX WEUDEitBDRN & CO, Patrat Attar-syWanhlngnin. D. Cfor their 8U9UU priio Oder and Ust ot mo htmdreil Inveatlona wanted. s. 1W, L DOUG letter-earners, 1 ' Madison Monumental Works. i ... .00 SH il WHITE'S STATION, 1 K' "A O r J i rt O. .2 o re e, o t ft CD -- ;5SiIia 3 -- SIANDFACTTJRER AND DEALER IK iSfiS? -- 5S-C o I -- r ifffx-ases- 0 Strayed or Stolen! -. c Allt.lCM-h:-lV.on.AMf'i- .n "iSH -- n I (DRTtNITe .- TVIONUTVeiNTS. - ANU ALL KIKDS OF CE2TETERT WORK t. yorffurtk4r jxirticuktv.S, prices, tC'C, addre-ss-, "???i . -v DrSKimer-St',Co.t?.BiBfiUajt- d -- iAjxr-.yf-'iC-r&iL-!.-..i I- -- " '"" '&-$ ??r 'l taSrV Tr vr- -- &- b.Z -- .(.i.irj f T-- v 33Ssl&&2EZ -- . . SiJsiSffi)iS '.f rM. -- 1 S:JS'!Si$$P" nwffisjw' m -- 'z.f. M??m.JuTBt&JV v -- ir " tj- lAT.jy vV.: J-- s. .'fcM r7Tr&r .1"'. t&3g2& L.&A'JBL'1 pw fc... -- Tnr - ;sehb Mz : '" t ,&?? w J'.... "... --- " w ". - v' - " . a jtiSt- - r-- ...' " 1 :- - ir 'i. ..ri -- . J- -- .. R IJ S.-- - if "iff-- ' "Tn6" "'IMf Vrtrri m 5 -- The Richmond Climax. rPBT.mKm kvebv wxDKit8DAY.Br Official Vote Democratic Primary, May 29 C -j . , i - . a i, s Was Growing Worse Liver HI C The Climax Printing Co. A. D. MILLER. E. WOOD. - i, - County Circuit Clerk Clerk. . g -- i 5 ? - Jailer. s Asseesor. School f ; Snpt " -- J. C CHENAULT, - c 1 Proprietors and Editors. Associate Editor. irecincts. PRICE PKlt YEAR, $1.50. $1.25 1897 IN ADVANCE, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 2, Court Hous City Hall ??"? : !i la: . si? ? & ? r-b ? c rr r s : : f c & P I i 28 11 r- 5 l' V -- i jr ; Coroner, Kepre-- tentatlv ? R fc t $ -- c 3 i . I & and Stomach Troubles Too Weak to Work Mow Ablo to Do All Her Housework. Browar, Scott. 4 CAHPETS, FIIRNITIJI& WALLPAPERS. frazee DRAPEWES. ltsx rstf S : 41 c I - c T . - f : - I ! : 1 : I i I L : 125 ? ? 02 42 101 . : 78 1U 30 07 101 106 117 117 2 U$ University Chenault While Hall Tipton .... Waco McCrearv 74 74 177 179 172 02 59 51 123 112 53 101 181 103 09 Kington Kavanaugh Koarwallow B'un Lick Rerea nnncannon rvvis Crutcher Poob-- v Bigg-rsta- Kurnnm 72 70 47 120 118 102 103 109 07 121 118 122 90 105 03 03 79 65 57 75 51 47 5 93 101 77 9-- Ill 01 91 101 10 7'i 43 83 89 44 91 XevrbV.".".'..: il 40 22 85 71 15 07 21 70 25 110 80 170 21 33 39 03 89 5S 99 124 104 91 124 192 30 45 40 70 22 109 18 121 57 53 65 110 10 75 03 130 7 03 43 104 7 40 35 04 9 42 20 54 51 13 2fl 3 37 50 03 105 133 99 30 121 41 78 4S 3" 30 20 32 40 27 50 00 91 39 75 30 92 81 61 45 30 01 13 23 53 29 133 61 172 11 81 91 40 50 70 G3 55 07 52 4 7 3 5 25 21 40 25 72 5"l 33 50 32 10 32 83 37 100 899,1255 0 9 11 1 32 7.S 4i 02 68 51 82 41 ttt 34 15 I 8 2 21 16 I 1 1 13 9" 30 9 80 87 13 40 10 24 81 57 02 21 12 44 14 6 2 3 7 33 3 18 19 J5j JH JS1 Ji7 74 127 47 39 91 87 59 90 143 04 51 14 74 9 31 118 32 82 41 23 102 34 11 112 3 2 11 02 II 21 10 20 52 4 42 31 20 95 12 51 21 62 77 10 118 41 5 8J 41 21 41 11 0 5 94 59 50 53 7 26 85 19 8 73 31 44 233 32)1 I 22 50 78 151 OX 118 37 43 70 15 T? 21 114 105 109 99 57 10 32 72 10 11 43 43 5 8 31 3 13 4 9 5i 55 174 OS 87 109 127 70 1CH 14 7 02 43 05 39 02 28 J).S 32 81 22 3 3 19 39 0 7 21 31 42 50 33 39 85 SI 51 27 14 39 44 43 12 41 li 74 J4 2 18 13 b 14 5 9 I 95 92 59 4" 89 39 53 25 19 42 21 35 13 01 93 40 33 2 55 57 43 "I roa under the caro of a physician for two years and ho vow treating me for stomach and liver troubles and female difficulties, but I only grew worse under his treatment. I was bo weak I could do hardly any work. I was at last induced to try Hood's Bsreaparilla and Hood'3 Pills and these medicines have dono mo to much good that I now weigh 112 pounds and am ablo to do all my housework. I firmly believo I should have been in my grave today it it had not been for My little girl was Hood's Sarsapcrilla. afflicted with phthisic. I gave her Hood'3 Barsaparilla end It has relieved her." Mna. K. S. Hastes, 701 University Avenue, Znoxville, Tennessee. fifi Is the test in fact the Cno Trno Wood ITnrlncr. At all druggists. Be sure to get Ilood's. t- Woman's Greatest Dislike her. i SI xfc We Handle All the Grades, fc& & Fine, Medium and Low Priced. fp9 kX-l- M.Jf siiyy .. pi.t-1Ium- Sarsa- partUa SScents. CARPETLNGS, MATTINGS, V&U LINOLEUMS, WALLPAPERS, K&& att-.tU CViNIX llM&j) AND WOOD MANTELS, Is Spring Cleaning ami why not make it a iit-tl- e tt, c "'t-l,-''-L-l!''Jj J- - more pleasant for Ka II 22 3j 32 75 02 70-- 13140 813 QOOCl S Pi IIS easy to operate ciirelivcrini.casytotake, Totl DEMOCRATIC For( iirnit Judge TICKET SCOTT, Mriti- - Isllll529!75912.5U0ll'20iS, ' 77 Large Assortments to Select From. PROMPT DEL WERY, INSPECTION INVITED .- '247 I I 1351 772 413 1010 I283J 93311775 801 k SHE NEEDS A'GREAT MANY 4GIT229 Tt:il voe cat In the county iIARRIED. As was annonnct d Chen recently in theJ'iiJiAX, Mr Christopher Cm mult and Mi.s Nancy Mober'ey lluiiie were married on Thursday, May of Jm'gp A S. 27lh, it the Iltsle.at Waco. The aiteidants te Mr. Je,'U a Clieuaiilt ami Miss licssic e. v 2,593 We. Make To Order m k TIlOMAJ c "a ' i SCREEN WINDOWS AND DOORS, MATTRESSES AND PILLOW'S, WINDOW SHADES. T f n counU. Us Tor CommfMvidil.V .Attnrwy v.. a. ciiuiciir.i:, Ol" Rid-iiio- ii .llTtClilllllO C Ml III V. lltir-fniiii- . W. w. comi:c SUU.IVN. County .Tiii'i! V II CoimlV AltH'Or, .1 Tiivi"' rop.u. II. i of PaiM, Vytl,nf College Hi ii'li ialing. Miss 'Anna Ciutdier pi ived the ili!iiu man h 1'nHeiits wdo vry beautiful ami iiooick.ii-- . A 1 ti dinner-- was scivd and Mr. and Mix. Clieuaiilt left al mice f r the Nashville Kxpir-iiio'Ihe gioom is a son of t e Ire inliTron hfiiault, whilst his wins in brnle is a daughter i f Tims R. Hume, de eased. I, R--- I ' - f EXPERIENCED WORKMAN, CORRECT PRICES. New Thinm To take the place of thos,e woi n nut and tlu.v Vvh 'ii hii. passed entirely out of ftyle. tl em, she needs them in the. . 3 PICTURE AND PICTURE FRAMES A SFECLA.LT r. ; n. -- Sherijr, 11. oi.yki:. List of Letters. H Circnlt Clerk, S. II. THORPE, JU. i 03! ' V" T5 ? ? i. T. 7 5k Brower. 32-3- 1 Scott Frazee. WAY And aught to have them and esj since sue ueen so very economical and you during the recent anj-way Corner Kain and Broadway, Lexington, l.'j. County Clork, JOHN F. WHITE. Jailer, JAMES C. H. COL YE R, I i JAME-- 5 C. LACKEY, o J. W. WAGERS. Democratic nominee fo School Superintendent of Madison county. nominee for Sheriff of Democratic nominee for Jailer Madison county. aradison county. ( Jones Fannie Beaton Mags'e Sirs Bonny Mollie Conway G W Davis Mose Dcjarnett Lizzie Frederick Mary Creenway John Huutcr Nannie Land James W Miller Jane McJoynt T D Newby G SI Richardson Stary Saines Slinnie Welling Tom Fred Williams L Mr Williams Lizzie to: p kJ&Jtg SSBSImimm .i Ef k I if: J B. WILLIS, Postmaster. .9 and any of peisons in certain counties of this "Kentucky Colonels," Gunlack, D. And now 3011 can get them at such very LOW II: ' officer who may be in charge of any jail Commonwealth have for several months Flora, J. V. Logan and Col. Meeks been engaged, and are now engaged, Florida, Ohio, Kentucky Missouri-compo- sed in this Commonwealth, in which is in pist providing you come to us from them, th:tt t .. Assessor, carcerated anj' such person or persons in injuring and destroying real and perT. 0. CURRY. no excuse for you not making her happ v a great quartette. Mrs. Sara Thorpo, wife of Stanton charged with a public ofiense, when he sonal property, and the goodj name of means home more pleasant for yourself. An impromptu hop was given by has reasonable grounds to believe that this Commonwealth demands tliat such the young men of Richmond, at the Thorpe, Sr., and daughter of Col. Superintendent Public School?. 6aid jrfil will be attacked by a mob or unlawful conduct shouf(l"be stopped as Glyndon on Thursday J. AV. WAGERS. night. The Christopher Irvine Miller, deceased, first-clas- s ers'ins confederated or banded together-- soon as possible, it is hereby declared renowned and only Saxton, with his died o n Thursday at the home of for the purpose of inflicting violence that an emergency exists, and this act cohort of musicians, was there in all Richard Cobb. Coroner, And not an article but what has upon any inmate of said jail, may, in his bhall take effect when approved by the his glory. The visitors present were: M. G. BROWN. lxmght ir AIjVErson. A shadow stolo over discretion, arm said threatened inmates, Governor. lirst of the year and entirely t many of 1. Miss Patton, Alabama; Misses d tho Alvorson home on Baronne street, with a view to their own protection. Surveyor, mention each one, so just rememlier U.i . and Bridgeforth, of Mt. Ster- and now many hearts are bowed in being informatio'i 5. That upon S F. ROCK. ling; Currie Martin, Lexington; Leila grief, for Mrs. Jennie Alverson, the we have anything ma- - want in the Fin lodged with any Countv Judge or Mattin,"St. Louis. The affair was beloved wife of V. D. Alverson, line and if you do not believe it, come and CANOIOATCS ANNOUNCEMENTJudge in this ComiiKn wealth by Mrs. J. S. Collins is at Harrodsburg. like all other Richmond hops A 1. passed away last night, says the New any reliable and creditable person or per lt lias been many moons since Rich Orleans Picayune, May 2T. The end Miss Minva Phelps is visiting at stating under oatn tliat lie l.as inPOK MAYOR. i mond was honored by such a charm- came with that peace that God grants Stanford. Shoes which cost us t'rom $1 to $2.25, your choice of V We are authorized to announce J. W. formation or knowledge that causes i.iin ing visitor as Miss Emily Hazelrigg, to those who have held their souls Lt. Britton, U. S. X., is visiting in Bales a raudidate for Mayor of Our Mouldin KH to believe, and that lie or they artiinlK these for FIFTY (50) CENTS. of Frankfort. She is as winning in pure, and those who knew the worth niniiii. buhjt to the action of the Hi. believe, that two or moie persons have this county. manner, as beautiful in figure and face, of tho true love of the one who had ocralic art v. &" Mr and Mrs. W. W. "Watts have handed or federated together or are and as bright as she can be. For her- gone to 'the tongueless silence of tho to do so, for the pnrpose of injur- returned home. self she can make friends ar.d ad- dreamless dust" were clustered Thl total vote cast at the Democratic about destroying any property, real or 1 )&X ing or 1 Mr. C. M. Shearer came up from mirers like her distinguished father, about the death bed. primary in Madison hifct Saturday was personal, tollgate, tollgate house, bridge Somerset on Saturday. who is one of tho most popular Two weeks ago Mrs. Alverson "was of 2,000 votes, 6howiur but little CT property ot any person, turnpike Mrs. J. S. Winn, of Winchester, is Judges of the Court of Appeals of taken ill, and at first it was presumed conclusiel tliat the paitj is wideawake orither or railroad company or other corpora-ti- c with Mrs. Kentucky. Miss Hazelrigg is Lizzie Miller. g that she would soou be well and and that the Republicans will be snowed :is in the countv. or for the purpose of Miss Katie Smith on West strong again. But instead she sank under in November to deep that it will County Clerk V. L. Vaughn was intimidating or pieventing the keeper of Main street, who is also entertaining steadily, being attacked by a compliColyer and a posbe take Sheriff-eledown from Irvine Tuesday. ativ tollgate or bridge from collecting of deputies to locate the G. O. P. Miss Mamie Pickcls, of Lexington, Miss Virginia Chenault, u Mt. Ster- cation of disease, and the best meditoll, and shall describe tiie said property ling beauty with a host of Richmond cal skill was employed and everyThe Democratic parly of Madison is visiting Mrs. G. W. Pickels. or persons threatened, it shall be the ft i&M s friends. thing possible was done in the hope ' rifl Phone, No.21. We are for the county has CapL Cell and wife are at home duty'of the said Count' Judge or Circuit of saving her, but all efforts proved and wish them, one and nil. God iuiuuuicauu uuuerianerb. The first annual dinner by tho ???) ' pwSS4 .ludg" to at once order the Sheriffor anv fiom the Nashville exposition. futile. bpeod in their efforts to uphold the banPrandennial Club occurred at the Miss Mamie Bryant, of Xicholas-villMrs. Alverson was born on March ner of Democracy and lidd old Madison Constable of the county to summon a poe of not less than two nor more than is visiting Miss Enrle Chenault. Hotel Glyndon on Monday night. I. 187ft and when sho was blooinin&r in lin . c? bixtcen couples sat down to tho ten ilKercel, men. between Mr. Win. C. Miller, of Irvine, was into womanhood she graduated with twenty-on- e and fifty years of ace, for the guest of relatives here over Sun- sumptuous repast. The toasts were: honor from the St. Simeon's School. An Act to trercHl lynching ami injti-il- o "Tho Club," Prof. J. H. Chandler; each piece of property threatened with day. y ami ilnt rucl ion oj" mi' nm prrtonnl "The Guests," Geo. W. Evans; "Good In 1S91 she was married to Mr. Alverof in tin CeiumoritcraUh at the hands of injury or destruction, to be plated at Miss Sallie Nave and brother, of Night," R. W. Miller. Tho ladies son, tho undertaker, and they have mobs or other riotoiu amannlilogce of per in such property, armed with guns and ever been truo sweethearts. Three ammunition, until the judge is tatisfieJ Lancaster, are visiting Miss Mattie present were: Mesdames Kennedy, daughters were born to sons, and to prevent thejKtsthig and circuthem, the eldShifllet. Pepper, A, W. Smith, Miller, Crooks, lation of threatening lettets, and to the cause no longer exists, not to exceed est being 5 years old and the youngMiss Mary Gentry left yesterday for Clark, Turiey, and Misses Helen prescribe jtcnalties for the etifitrcuncnt of thirty days at any one time : Provided, Tribblc,Margaret Chenault est approaching 3 years. however, At the expiration of thirty Estill, whero thc will be the guest of its proritions. Aside from her immediate family Mariawillie Smith, Esther Burnam, days, if the court is siiisfied, from infor- relatives. Mrs. Alverson leaves her parents, lie it enacted by the General A&embly of the Mrs Annio Letcher Dou&las and Belle "McDowell, Belle Raybnrn, Min mation from a reliable source, That if " ' Comfiiotitrealth of Kentucky: ""na Crutcher and Sarah Shackelford. Chief O'Connor, of the fire departsaid guard or guards are removed the her beautiful daughter, Drusilln, are -..- -. 1. If any two or more persons shall property will be injured or destroyed, The Club was organized March 29, for ment, and his wife, several brothers he are with Mrs. S. P. Walters. and sisters and a host of devoted confederate or band themselves together may continue the guards for a period of The S. A. E's will give a grand, ball literary improvement, similar to the friends., lor the pnrpose of intimidating, alarming, thirty days longer, and so on, thirty davs Century Club, and is doing good work. The Picayune of May 26 says: disturbing or injuring any peison or per- at a time, until lie is satisfied that there at the Collins Building. June 8. Their The President is Prof. Parks; Secreinvitations are something superb. The mortal remains of Mrs. Jennie sona charged witii a public offense from is no furtiier necessity therefor. tary, Prof. Chandler. Mr. W. P. "Norris, enrouto from O'Connor Alverson were consigned any officer or other persons having the 0. If the County Judge, Circuit "It was a perfect bower of roses," to their last resting place in the lawful custodv of any such person or Judge, Sheriffor other peace officer shall Cincinnati to Jackson, stopped over was an expression of lady a who atGreenwood cemetery last afternoon. persons, with the view of inflicting any refuse or fail to discharge any of the du- here yesterday for a brief visit"to his tended the reception given by Mrs. kind of punishment on them, or with ties imposed upouhim by the provis- cousin, Mr. J. G. Xorris. Laura Shackelford Blanton, at her Throughout the day the body was exMrs. Henry Wygant has reached home on the iew of preventing their lawful pros- ions of this act, or shall be guilty of a the Summit on Friday af- posed in the parlors of the family residence, the handsomo metallic ecution for any such offense or to do any dereliction of duty as such officer in the Fort Douglas, Utah, and Capt. Wy- ternoon. It was undoubtedly a per- casket being surmounted and surfelonious act, they, or either of them, premises, he shall upon'conviction be gant and two younger sons arc quite fect gem of an entertainment, and rounded by a profusion shall be deemed guilty of a felony, and fined not less than one hundred nor happy, so former writes to Climax. will dwell long and enjoyably of flowers in the upon conviction shall be confined in the more than five hundred dollars', and p Persons wishing to take voice cul- memory of those present. Mrs. and floral designs. As the hour fixed penitentiary not less than one nor more . forleit his office as a penalty, in ad- ture from .Mine. Rredelli should no- Blanton wore a mauve brocaded silk, for the funeral approached the house was crowded by a concourse of sorthan five years. dition to the payment of said fine. tify Mrs W. G. White at once. A pink chiffon and lace. Her assistants, rowing friends and relatives. 2. If any two or more persons shall 7. That the officer, for summoning class of ten is desired to take the Misses Higgins, Shackelford, Anion tho floral designs were the confederate or band together and go the guards, shall be paid a fee of fifty summer term in this city. Lynn, Blanton, Pattie,and Anfollowing: A large anchor on mound forth, for the purpose of molesting, in- cents for summoning said guard, and Mrs. R. E. L BiggerstaiT left last nie Bennett, wore handsome evening studded with flowers, from engine juring or destroying any property, real or each guard shall be paid two dollars, or Saturday for Mt. Sterling, where she dresses. The decorations were ex- company No. 5; gates ajar, from enpersonal, of another person persons or at that late for each day ho is on duty, was called to attend the bedside of clusively roses, pink and red. Re gine company corporation, whether the same be injured to be paid upon the warrant of the her brother, Mr. D. W. Baum, who is freshments consisted of strawberries, cross, from Mr. No. 2; large floral molested or damaged or not, they shall County Judge out of the county treasury Brothers; gates ajar, cream and cake; hot coffee and wadangerously ill. from Mr. O. Wnlther: "At Rest," be guilty of a felony, and upon convic- and levj- - of that jear. If a person Messrs. Bridgeforth and Huffman, fers; frappe; served in different apart- from Mr. T. Newhouse; largo cross tion shall be confined in the penitentiary should serve over ten hours on any one of Mt. Sterling, visited Misses Bridge-fort- h ments. and streamers from the Funeral Di not less than one nor more than five day, for 6uch excess of service he shall be and Gatewood, who are the Mrs Brutus W. Turner entertained rectors' Exchange; pillow of flowers years paid extra in proportion to the time of tho married ladies and young people surmounted by a dove, from Mr. ' ' 3. If any injury shall result to the such extra service. Any guard sum- guests of Misses Florrie, Chenault and - -.- on Wednesday last in honor of her and Kathleen and Estelle Toyntz. Mrs. J. H. JJabbington: wreath of person or property of any person or per- moned by the officer, who fails or refuses Miss Birdie Zaringwill be gradua- guests, Mrs. W. G. Smith, xnee Miss flowers from Mr. and Mrs. Peter sons, by reason of any unlawful acts de- to act. without good cause made knowu yted this week with the degree of M Alice Markley, of Columbus, O., and Blaise ; cross and crown from Mrs. nounced in the preceding of this at the time, shall be liable to a fine of not r Miss Ethel Garner, of AVinchester. C. Ball; cut flowers from Mrs. O. c.; act, the person or pel sons engaged or less than five dollars nor more than fif- S from Beaumont College, Harrods-burQmMk I. V CAccording-t- o one authority the word "dollar" ia a cormpUon or the German She will be accompanied home Tho pretty home whose interior dec- McLellan, and a large number of very "'j participating, or any one of them, or teen dollais for each day said guard shall XhAX$ & " ' KWWU.V$ worrt "thaler," the form in Dutch being i ?C ,s,ti orations are unsurpassed in this exquisite boquets; Mr. and Mrs. &-by Misses Maiy Hoe, of Shelbyville, any one aiding or abetting such ifnlaw-f- be in default. "daUder," Danish "daler," and Italiai N ', I' $3 'ilMUyUil county, was decorated in lavender Thomas Lilly and Mrs. and Miss m$ MtaJlero" All these ditferent forms ere act, shall lie jruilty of a felony, an 8 For the purpose of more effectually and Ida Bailey Green, of Selma, Ala. " ' " ,V uST? Jleriedfrom Joachim's Thai, a Bohemaia and white, colors which predominate Kern sentsome lovely flowers. UiiUiCUiJ towi, where tho Count of Schlick, A. D. JZ?C upon conviction shill be confined in the enforcing the provisions of this net the - "Q: NH It was with unfeigned pleasure in the Turner home. 1 he hostess was g 17, coined some excellent pieces in silver iXMMh The funeral services were conductState penitentiary not less than one lior Governor is hereby authorized lo offer a that her many friends welcomed of one ounce in weight. "From the name S-- . E$5 L he town came Joachim's thaler, applied ' . more than fifteen years, unless death reward for the apprehension and con- MissSue Hume back to Richmond assisted in entertaing by Mrs. O. A. ed by Itev. Fathers Fallon, of St. '. to Uie KUU.lii coins, as well as that ' NSrfl rr Kennedy and Miss Julia Higgins and Patrick's, and Gaffney, of the Jesuit 25$Y ' Yp ttliould result, in which case the penally viction of any offender of this law in any yesterday, after her long absence at Hence. Joachim's ?l Schlickenthalcr. MiMM, . ffi$:0 halir, fleets were first contracted into Miss Anna Belle Harber Theevening church. The Wrty? Joachim'j thalers and then into thalers S for such offense shall be now as pre- sum not exceedine five hundred dollars Belmont Seminary, Nashville. She remains wero conveyed & . n. reception was devoted v.vW)Sai? These coins gained such a repntaUon." of the QrsttoSt. Tntoiek's church, where Td, ' scribed by law. It bhall be no mitiga- and he shall he authorized to employ was accompanied home by her young people, to like -sayr LouU Ys$A . fgV JMyfe the tbe St. a pattern, ao that others ofthat and v Jail other enbecame v.liv.li'.t . tion of the offense for any one, upon his detectives, in his discretion, forthe ferret-i- mother. the tertainments given in this hohpitable the obsequies weie performed, after Eia ,S same land, though made in other places, &?. Zsl ,.M nome, inis trial for a violation of the provisions of tooU the name, the word assuming different out and apprehension and conviction 5CrC riSil and Mrs. G. W. Deering, and enjoyable. was as elegant as it was wh'ch the cortege wended its way to Hon. spelling through the low countries, Mrs. Turner wore $?& Mr a tho Greenwood cemetery, where the Ka3) this section, that he ma- - have acted of any such ollender, not exceeding two Miss Francis Deering, of Flemings-burg- , reathing 8pain as dollars, and through yM f&i handsome black silk and real lace. its provinces transmitted to the Western through heat or passion, or that he may at fc time, provided the cost thereAlN v.lfl were the guests, on Sunday, of Mrs. .Smith wore grey crepe trim- interment was held. henjsphere, where it was applied to coins (I V JZZS, KO The following gentlemen- acted as TCi' have acted without malice, and the judge of shall not exceed three thousand dol Col. and Mrs. J. W. Caperton. They med in yellow satin; Hiss Garnei pne r to the adoption of the federal curren- " . ' cy. In coinage the word 'dollar' is a favor- , : O. Walther, George H. wore white Paris muslin; Miss HigES trying the case shall so instruct tiie jury lnrsinany one ear. The Judge of any-- j are now visiting Judge and Mrs. " te, being found under various spellings in vC-J. gins was attired in white organdie; Hyde, James ', - ' ', almost every part of the globe " The value in writing. The persons composing County Court of any county in which C. Chenault. Mrs. Deering was for Walsh, James I). Don4 ot a c,lla'' has o increased of late that it Miss jCWlJzJt' t . ?& endi mob or riotous assemblage shall be this law is violated shall have no power merly Miss Margaret Chenault, of mull. Harbor's costume was a blue ovan, Captain YVin.-LcCaptain GHJK3 tnll now purchase twice as much as former- i5SS)C24 i Mrs. Alice Markley Smith is a vK ly, particularly in dry goods, clothimg, and VZJl individually and collectively liable in to oiler a rewaid not exceeding two hun- Mt. Sterling. well remembered student of .Madi- John Ilalpin, Charles Hartwell, Win. i'ii gent's furnishings at the New York Store, r YZA f lS$rt7 son Institute. Miss Garner is -l neatto Farmer's National Bank, Richmond, M. Gleason. ?damages, actual and punitive, to the dred dollars, or supplement the Gover lYVr 'ifV t7 liir Kyi . EB:i) fc v. The Richmond Social qiub will handsome and popular daughter the 'f jft i ol - 3 5T owner or o ners of property so damaced nors reward, fur the arrest and convicy&j!k Mayor Garner, of Winchester. They or destroyed, to be recovered by suit at tion of any person violating this act give tholr big ball at the Collins will reman through $100 Reward 51C0. commencement building next .Monday night. law in any court having jurisdiction of The rewards offered by the Governor 'Jhe leaders of this paprr will be Mr. and Mrs. Kuper Hood, shall be paid out of the Treasury ot this the amount in controversy. pleated to learn that there is at leist Mr. and Mrs. JNeale Bennett, Mr. and Awarded A. Any officer or jerson haying the State; those offered by the County Judge one dreaded diease thitt "fcieuce hi.s Mrs. John T. McCIintock Floor com Highest Honors World's Fair, been able to cure in all custody of the jierNon orjiersons charged shall be paid by the county. its btnges, and mittee, Robert B. Little, Thomas U. 9 If auy person shall send, circulate, with a 'public offense shall hae the that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cuie is Pickels, Jennings Greenleaf. piwer, and it shall Ira his duty, to sum- exhibit or put up any threatening notie" the only pfsitio lure known to the Judge and Mrs. T.S. Ellis returned mon to his aid as many of the or letler, signed with such person's own Ctitiurh lifiiiir a medi. al fraternity.-- male citizens of his county, be- or another's name or anonymously, he last week from Daiivjlle, where they constitutional dhcage, requires a c'H tween Ihe aueo of twenty-on- e and fifty shall upon conviction thereof be fined were the guests of Miss Mamie stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Friends of Mis. Ellis will years, as may be necessary for the pro- not less than one hundred dollars nor Cure fo taken internally, acting direutly m$ ',-- tfc&r v ,o tection of any such peivon or persons in more than five hundred dollars, and im- rejoice to know that hhe was much upon the blood and mucous surfaces of " liis custody, and every such peison who prisoned in the county jail not less than improved by her sojourn at the capithesyfetem, Jhcrelyd(R'roying the n - '" i " tal of Boyle. On Monday, May 31, plH fail or refuse to obey tuch three nor more than twelve mouths. of the datrare, ami giving the 10. or verlial notice of such officer In any prosecution under thi Mr. and Mrs. BIlis were nnrrieI"o4 strength by building up the constishall be fined in any uui not less than act it shall be no exemption fora witness years. God graut them many happy " k tution and auMMing nature in doing iwM . feB; . . "I r - " one hundred dollars nor more than five that Ins testimony tiny incriminate hiin- - ears yet. work. The proprietors, have b much btwidred dollars. Auy officers having givpn by the '3Ir. S. S. Gunlacfc and Hiss Bertha i; 'Hf. ji Ft'ch faith in its curative powe8, that they ofknowledge or reasonable grounds to "be- W'Uif --ja.i j,.. dseii valnst him in any Richardson, will be married y at fer One Hundred Dollars for any case lieve tliat an eSbrt will be madeto,res-eW- , except for perjury, anil he Lexington, Mo. The groom is well that it fails to cure. Send for list, of testi iejure orldll any person or persons shall be discharged from all liability for remeinbeied bore In" social,, musical, MOST PERFECT MADE.' r monials. r Y 1m iris awo3y charged with a paWfc AByjmatiob ol "this act so necessarily arm couage circles.- pi-- t iiis splendid Dure'Graoe L - Addns . Co.? 3 offeese shall tnadtfttely provide bgcIi ;dwcJoed in his testimony. voice will be 'ter.g rememberedL e-- from AmmoaiirAlam orWbiher Tft!elo.ro:r'i-h- l 'frDrtimiai.'fa m wfli iwm)Lmr JL Asw61Bd:r)otMembl3gi j 1 s V.? ?4' YltftsliTHCTAW LACKEY. mi v such unlawful act or acts; DEATHS. Freeman Brother Hard Timt ben . j pair of price. Is the place to go when you want a shoes at a reasonable Our Stock is Complete Gate-woo- Cu-cu- it PERSONAL. - u Qaa (r x BARGAIN vm COUNTER 3-- Don't Forget to See Picture We also keep a full line of choice groceries which we sell as low as the lowest. Th Hw yisi-tin- ct Fi esn! till Bros., nom-nee- First Street, MSgmiM;, li ifellLIIl 11119 m BMerstafi' OO e. able-bodie- d jirop-ert- Ben-nett,Ma- ry to! m - M W mm -'-- ilii N Ray-bur- n, M w3 yrmmm.) ga g. W .- -. -; -- W- " k -- ul V-rf- ? 1 W - ' -- 'lir-Xr- 'V tri - above-nam- ed i'i iTi Qlobe-Democr- at, ni fV Jl any-on- e - pall-beare- rs e, r;J &C-$- E3 - Kil rRI r- " vj te3 . -- Chap-erone- s, 1DR; able-bodi- ed snni-lao- ns CREAM faun-datio- r$m i ; pa-jie- tit '" ". v$ to-da- pn.-cuuo- BAKING POWDftt cn nLr,r : -- '- t - iynHjTliel)ep:'jTb4J r Tri ? Tfl 'fawIi . - -i tffrfre'iifv ;r mmmrvimmfmm fmmtBKmnt - ,- ,,mmm& '" The Richmond Climax. "Vr:; In Earthquako Here. 4tL ii ? t ? e;l . An earthquake visited tho States of Ohio, Indiana, Virginia, North Carolina and Kentucky on Monday al 1 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1S07. o'clock, p. in. Hon. J. A. Sullivan was at that hour in his room on the Dr. Burprin is nursing a bruised upper floor of tho Hotel Glyndon, and hand bicycle did it. distinctly felt the shock. He was so The Richmond Produce & Coal much alarmed by the wave that he Co. want 10,000 bushels of good Blue declared ho had to stop reading tho Courier Jonrual for the time being! Grass seed. Had an Awful Tall. " Election of bcliool trustees next Sat. urday, at the various echool houses, Messrs. E. B. Hume and Al Curtis, from 1 to G p. m. en route to Silver Creek,last WednesTho Baptist Sunday school will day, wero thrown ont of their buggy givt. a picnic, next Saturday, at A. J. and the former was badly bruised about the hip. At first it was feared. Boss' Sulpher Well. ho was permanently crippled, but The C & O. train which IcnYes now it is hoped he will be pared Lexington at o:M p. m., now con that fate. However, he had a narnects at Winchester for Richmond. row escape from death or disability Munden, property of Geo. Dick- for life, and his sufferings were exinson, of Bed House, won the $SO0 cruciating. Ho is now better. Mak at Latonia Saturday against a MrsWhite's Music Class. In- - field. The Hotel Glyndon was the scene A visit to John Douelson's carriiijrc of a fine assemblage last evening, the fator will convince you that he has the occasion being the annual piano reriiiest line of buggies, surries, phaetons, cital by the pupils of Mrs. W..G , ever displayed in Richmond. tf White. The occasions always call Mrs. Mattio Alverson, the famous forth largo audiences and they are cake maker of Madisnn, is an artist when invariably rewarded by a splendid Mrs. White is a She has the entertainment. it coinos to gardening. finest sweet otato plants on the market gifted and cultured musician and her pupils show tho impress of her tf f.ir sale. and superior training. etc-.us City Democratic CommiUee'sCall for Primary. Competitive Drill; The annual .competitive drill by the Committee of Bichmond, Ky. held cadets of C. U. '.occurred on Friday on tho 31st day of May, 1S37, on mo- - morriinglatlO o)clock, in thexain but tionr tho following resolutions were, in the presence of a fair audience. adopted. Co. A. Infantry, of which Miss Dovey 1st. It is ordered that a Democrat- Ldtcher is Sponsor, and Co. 1 of the' ic primary olection be held at the va- Artillery, of which' Miss Mabel Ter-ri- ll rious voting precincts in Richmond, was Sponsor, jyere declared winKy., on tho 15th day of July, 1897, to ners. select Democratic condidates for Jason Chcnculfs To Remains Brcuaht Mayor, City Judge, City Attorney, Richmond. City Council, a justice of the peace The remains' of Jason Chenault, and constable, and the polls shall ho the distinguished teacher, who died opened from 7, a.m., to 4, p.m., in Richmond, Ky.. on ttie aforesaid day, several months ago at Louisville, wore conveyed to Richmond and infor tho aforesaid purpose. 2nd. That for tho purpose of de- terred in the cemetery in this city, on fraying the expenses of conducting Saturday last. They were accompasaid primary election, the candidates nied here by tho deceased's wife and who propose to submit their names, daughter, and his sister, Miss Helen shall, on or before the 1st daj' of July, Chenault, who left for New York on Sunday. Deceased was a brother of 1895, pay to the chairman of this committee the following sums: Each can- Judge "Wm. Chonault, of this city. didate for Mayor, City Judge, City s For a hucgy, surrey or Attorney and Constable, $10 00; each phaeton, cali ou John Donelson. tf first-clas- At a meeting of tho Democratic Hundreds of tho'isands have been induced to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy by reading what it lias done for others, and having tested its merits for y then.selvesaro its warmest friends. 'For sale by W. G White Hichmond, Ky. june-2-I-m best-kno- J..R. Murdock, one of Owensboro's traveling men, is dead. m - J Tof A w f - Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys and bowels. 10c Never sicken, weaken or gripe. mavl-ly THE GREAT i w TSrVI -- jy& G tr5SJ?rW li..-- T ID-SPRIH CLEARANCE SALE Geo. Txing, an Earlington miner, was drowned while fishing. AT THE Fifty Dollars a week easily made. Agents wanted iu every locality for Hon. W. J. Bryan's great and only book, "The First Battle," Tlie bestseller every produced. Agents are taking as many as 200 orders per week. Beware of fraudulent imitations. Send foroutfit and begin work at oiice. W. B. Conkey Company, Bublisheis 341 Dearborn Street, ' niay-1- 2 2m Chicago. A IndtfH t f SSusy B6 Will Begin Tuesday, June 1st, 1897. ores- - candidate for Councilman and Magis- trate, $2.00. Blue Grass Tournament. Iig strawberry supper Tluiday, evening at the I'oml Meet-ni- i; Shelton Chambers and Eugene Johnson, both colored, the latter from Georgeover a woman Saturday, town, quaru-Ieon Irvine street, which resulted in the b death of JnlrrfPun. Although he was deeply stabbed in the Incest, and with his j ouring from his vounds, Johnson pursued Chambers for a Kjuare ami fell lie was caniedto the Court When $1 and $2.25 shoes co for House jard where he died in a few min5t iiMit, there is no need of walking utes. His slayer was lodged in jail and ! ymir nppor. Freeman Brothor will he tried li:ia od'ceiit counter on which bij; Still ahead of them all. They hai.tiusart roing. See their ad. firnt-cla- Begin at G o'clock, House. ("ream, berries and cake 15 cents; two for 25 cents. The loser of the little yellow book containing a coin, doubt b for Miiidny school, can have same ! applyinsr to Mr. Jack. Freeman oi Mr. Dave Biggerstaif. The fifth Miuday meeting of the Tates Creek Association was held with Mt. Tabor Baptist church on May ;2S) :'X), An article, too late for insertion here, will appear next week. The Climax is under contract to find Bates Shackelford's Berkshire hoir. Wt will give one dollar to the man, woman or child who will show lis the whereabouts of the stray pig. The children's day exercises at tin' Methodist and Presbyterian churches on Sunday night were in the extreme The at-- t ndance was large and the contribution liberal. Me If you want to he astonished call as did on S. I- - MidkitTand examine his Commissioner's Sale Yesterday. line of barouches, phaetons, buggies and Hon. S. E. Scott, M. C, sold yesterroad wagons and get his prices for same. The ioort-s- t can afford to ride in a vehicle day the following land; The tract of 222)i acres known as at his price, tf qnalifipd voters who consider themselves Dcmociats, and who will sup port the' nominees of this primary election, and all joung men now under the age of twenty-onyears, who will attain their majority on or before the day of tho next general election, in November, 1897, and who de clare their purpose and intention to affiliate with the Domocra'ic party, shall be entitled to vote in said primary election. Glh. That the Chairman or this committee irive public notice of this election by posting a copy of this orcan't touch our low prices 011 groceries. Some may attempt der at each of the three voting.places Richmond, Ky., and shall publish it but invarihly fall by the way side. in copy a of this order in every issue of Dull days are a thing of the past at the Richmond Climax and Kentucky I) Chenault & Co. onr store. Register from date of adoption apriS-- t f to time of said primary election. She Was Not Hurt. DuDiiKY'TiunuLis, Ch'm. The report that Andrew Metz, a Roirr. Baxter, Sec'y. had cut his wife's throat, at je2-tUnion, lat Saturday, created Jimch exWe have opened the Boston Great citement here, coining as it did a few Bargain Store with a full line of ladies minutes after the fatal affray between and gents furnishing goods, fashionahlo the negroes, Johnson and Chambers. clothing, boots, shoes, hats, caps, musiSheriff Simmons and Coroner Brown hasand found that the cal instruments, etc. Everything at the tened to the rumor isucd from the fact that Metz lowest prices. Will also make special prices for the next CO days, every clay was drunk and had threatened to kill from 10 a. m until 2 p. m., Saturday's his wife in the presence of a girl, who from 10 a. m. until 9 p. in. Call on me ran to a neighbor for assistance. ami look at goods. Respt. Yours, e life-bloo- d Killed His Man. 3rd. JThat said primary election shall be conducted by officers to bo hereafter named by this committee. 4th. That tho Chairman and Secretary of this committee are hereby appointed a committee to provide the ballots 'and mnke all arrangements for holdiug said election. 5th. It is ordered that all legally When bilious or costive eat a Cascaret, nament occupied three days at last week. The results, so it dy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. inay5 lyr far as Richmond is concerned, were very gratifying. "We had six conDistrict M. E. Conference will meet in testants, and two were successful. Leitchfield June S. Har-rodsbur- Tho second great Blue Grass Tour- organiz- - - .it Knights of Ilonbr will he Providence. g, j0S As usual not a single piece of geeds, suit cf clothing, roll of carpet, pair of shoes, and down to the smallest notion we carry, that has not felt the Keene Edge of our Knife. Prices have been cut so deep on some lines of goods that former prices are entirery be3ond recognition Never in the history of this grand old city has her sons and daughters had the opporstylish, seasonable goods at prices that are being tunity offered them to buy real first-clas- s named on them in this Great Clearance Sale. One Lot of Beautiful "Wash Goods "Guimpure Lace Stripe" wilj be closed at Glc.. former price 10c per j'd., about 500 3ds. in the Lot. One Lot of Beautiful "White Ground Dimities with pink, black and blue polka dots will be closed at 5c, former price 10c per yd., 300 yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Beautiful Rosemary Organdy Dress Goods former price 15c per yd. will be closed at Tie, about 600 yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Rouge Et Noir Wash Goods in new red ground with polkadot effects, will be closed at 10c a yd., these goods are worth 18c. One L)t of Beautiful Organdies as pretty as Ceehlins Finest French Organdies, will be closqd at 12Ac a yd., these goods were sold at 10c a yd. . i All Remenants Calicoes, Lawns, Ginghams, Cambrics. 2c a yd. wlies ia stock. . ,. ss Miss Nellie Mershon, niece of Miss Annio Mershon, won the prize in Trigonometry. This was no surprise, for she is known to be extremely proficient in all branches of mathematics. Miss Mossie Parrish, daughter of our fellow townsman, Lyman Parrish, bacTa more difficult task in tlie piano solo contest. Among her four competitors was a grown young lady who played Liszt's Second Rhapsody, yet Mies Parrish was undaunted by 'the admirable rendition and proceeded with Staccato Etudo, and captured the audience and the nrize. Her triumph reflects great credit upon her teachtsr, Mrs. G. W. Pickols, and tho latter is receiving many compliments upon the result. of your to cnic, 50o or i.it). Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. Sterling HemedyCo.,(Jhi-airi- i or New York. Over 100,001) Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoka Your Life Away. If yon want to quit tobacco using easily ami forever, bo inaue well, strong, magnetic, full of new life and vigor, talto the w.udcr-vorke- r, that nuikcs weak men tilting. Manygaiu ten iionnds in ten days. ilrucgtHt. under gnar.ititco cured. Buy Cut worms arc plajing havoc with what tobacco pl.ints are left in Ilarreu. J 1ST try a 10c box of Cascarets, the finest liver and bowel ngulator ever mayl-l- y mad1. district conference The convened yesterday at Lenisport Dr. G. II. Hayes will preside. When thefcalp is atrophied, or shiny-bal- d, no preparation will restore the hair; in all other cases. Hall's Hair Rencwer will start a growth. It 11 Wm. rrt'?i h& brick-maso- n, d. Should be in every family medicine chest and etery traveller's grip. They are 'nvaluable Tvhen the stomach is out of order; cure headache, biliousness, and ill Uver troubles. Mild and cdlcleut. ii cents. Hood's Pills TAK3 lOVS. TION VACAm at Hogs have taken a downward shoot O teuton, and are quoted on the local market at about Scents. Everybody Saya So. Cascarcts Candy Cathartic, the most wonderful medical discovervof tho age, peasant and refreshing to the taste, act pently and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing tlio entire system, dispel colds, euro beadachc, fever, babilual c onstipation and biliousness. Please buy and trVa box or C. C. C. Sold and 10, a',. .0 icnt-s- . guaranteed to euro by all dru-.-gist- V The fiscal court of Harrison is doing everything in its power to secure free turnpikes as rapidly as possible. "WEE 17 T0TJ There will probably be fine driving on the public roads of the county for the next six months. A new and handsoiuc vehicle cjn be enjoyed beyond measure. Call on John Donelson and he can supply you with anything from a road wagon to a closed carriage. tf at a novel low To clear our 3I102 stock wc this morning cut prices deep on our men's tan shoes. All the latest spring and summer styles which we formerly got live dollars, reduced to S3 85- - These are gieat bargains. Covington & Mitchell A novelty iu season price. Mr. J. L. Kanr.tzer and Miss Lula Tudor, accompanied by Mr. James Taylor and Miss Birtic Tudor, drove to Lexington to diy where the former couple were united in marriage by Rev. O. I. Young. Mr. Kanatzer is a son oJ J. Tl. Kanatzer, a prosperous farmer of the Million locality. The bride is an accomplished young lady. Their many friends congratulate them and wish them joys unconfincd as they sail on the matrimonial sea. tho John Speed Smith place, near Speedwell, to George "W. Rice, for $4,500. about $20 per aero. 1GG14 acres, know as the Meadow-broo- k farm, near Speedwell, formerly owned by C. C. Smith, deceased, to Clark Rice, for $27 per acre, $4,489. 1:51 acres adjoining the above, to same, at $12 per acre, $1,581. The three sales aggregated $10,570". Come, get our prices on all kinds of groceries, queensware, etc., and compare them with the prices of other goods and you will stores on first-clafind us to be at least 15 to 25 per cent, cheaper than any grocery house in ss Some Carroll farmers have sold wool at 16J cents, hut many are holding in the most necessary article to have with you (after your pocket book) is a bottle hopes of better prices. of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an ahsolute Boils, pimples and eruptions, scrofula, prevention or cure of all derangements of salt il emu and all other manifestations A. DOBROWSKY, Prop., the bowels caused by a change of water. of impure blood are cured by Hold's 21 First St., Richmond, Ky. You are likely to need it. june-2-lSarsaparilla. It je2-2Keutucky editors are ready for their Linnietta Springs will le open for the Democratic County Convention. outing the 17th, and all tlie members of season Monday, with Mr. James D. Despite the fact thatJSaturday was the asseciation are going. .Shelbv as the host. m (iltlillllK "We are selling Brown Muslins, Bleach Musbns, Indigo Blue Calico, Fancy Calicoes, Shirting Prints, Check Cottons, Shirting Cheviots, Bleach and Brown Sheetings, and everything in the domestic department at very Low Cut Prices. Biry what you need of these while they are cheap, the' will soon be worth more money. .. .... I,... "We have quite a lot of lcinennnts of BiUbsels AlMvccl Ingrain Carpets that we will close in this sale at a great loss to us. The- - run from two to nineteen yards in a piece, and are just the thing for making Rugs, Druggets, eW. If interested in these call at once before they are gone. All Carpets, Linoluems, Oilcloths, Mattings. Oil Shades, Lace Curtains, etc., go in this sale, Nothing reserved, we have decided to close out, clean up regardless of price. Xow is the time to buy you a nice Carpet cheap. "We have some very pretty st3les left to close. Everything in Ladies, Children and Misses Oxfords and Strap Sandals have been cut almost half into. "We can't mention prices on this line, space wont admit. Call and see for yourselves. Bab- - Shoes Patent Tip, well made, 19c a pair. Good Shoes for men OSc. Nice Cassimere Suits for men, well made, to be closed at $2.95, worth $0.00. Nice Pants for men, well made, no shoddy, pretty patterns, $1.15, former price $1.9S. Men's Jeans Pants, Boy's Jean Pants, Overalls, almost given away, prices so cheap. s goods in every department and you You all know that we carry nothing but also know that when we advertise a Clearance Sale, we mean what we say. "When we tell you that we have the prettiest assortment, most complete stock, that we ever had when we .- .- U All-wo- ol first-clas- Richmond. apr23-t- f Gld Union D. Chenault & Co. As In In Religion, Politics, Is majori- Without a Peer. When iTTcomes to Democratic ties commend us to Union; likewise when it comes to big dinners and religious enthusiasm, such as was manifested there last Sunday, when the Baptist Three thouschurch was and people flocked to the scene from all points and the day was one lotig to be For City Council. Dr. McCown preached Madison County, in convention asThe following gentlemen have been remembered. sembled: That it is the sense of this called to make the race for City Council, the sermon and Mr. Will Crutcher took convention that we adhere unreup the collection of over S300, which subject to the Democratic primary: servedly and unqualifiedly to the squared the church debt. S. B. White, Heniy Perry; the day for the primary election throughout the county, when the farmers and the friends of the candidates were at the various voting places, tho largo upper court room of the- - court house was compactly, though not entirely filled with tho unterriiied, assembled for the purpose of naming and instructing delegates to the State Convention on June 2, at Frankfort. County Chairman John B. Chenault presided, and upon .motionlof Gov. McCrcary, Messrs. Samuel F. Phelps and Clarence E. Woods wore made Secretaries. Chairman Chenault then read the call of tho State Central Committee, together with tlie declarations contained therein. Hon. w. B. Smith arose and the 6th declaration, and announced that, inasmuch as a simple adoption of tho resolutions as a whole might be construed as a "dodge," lie moved the adoption of this special resolution! "Resolved, By the Democrats of re-Tea- d Vuiversity, City Hall. John Mershon. John Freeman. $fl Donel- W. C. T. U. Convention. son ; Court Douse, G. W. Pickels, Jack & Cin- Democratic Convention Via. Frankfort cinnati Raifvray: The Special Train leaving Paris at 7:15 a. in. for Frankfurt, and returning from Frankfort at 5:20 p. m on account of the Democratic Convention at Frankfort, June lt-and 2nd., will be run on June 3rd. also. t. Shot In Tcvas. Colyer Sales, son of Webber Saks, formerly of this county, but now of Shenna'n, Texas, while out wi-hunters, of party a Kingston High School. last week, was accidentally shot and The patrons and friends of the King dangerout-Iinjured by the discharge ston High School were treated to asplen-di- d of a gun. Ho will recover. exhibition last Friday at the concluSale of Jersey Cattle. sion of the year's work. Prof. Botiman I will sell subject to highest bidder and Prof. Riggs had prepared an excelon Monday, Jan. 7, court day, begin- lent piograin, which set forth very faithning at 10 o'clock a. in. at stock yards fully the advancement made by their in Richmond, Ky., 20 head of fine scholars, and to say the entertainment Signae and St. Lambert Jersey cattle. was a success, is a mild compliment. It H. Ii. Thompson, was beyond question the best ever given Clark Co., Ky in that section, and "will be remembered) Thos. Ferrcll, Auctioneer. pleasantly by every spectator who braved C. & the rain storm to witness it. Tho two Commencing May 17th, the O. from Iicxingtoh will resume con- piofessors have made many friends at nection with Ii. & N. train arriving Kingston, and their scholars arc devoted at seven, p. 111. Close connection to them. now on all trains via Ii. & X. both to Madison Institute Commencement. mayl2-t- f and from Lexington. Bev. Dr. Willis, Chicago, delivered Band Concert. r ,tho address to tho graduates of Madi son Institute on Thursday at the comThe Richmond Military Band, twenty pieces, will give Christian church, which was, as posed of about beyond its. capacity. The concert on Thursday night an onen-ai- r followingaddress was a most learned and in at the Court House gate. The teresting one, and was listened to program will be executed. March with perfect attention. The follow. . PaliUnus ... Saxophone Solo ing young ladies were awarded di. Something to Adore '.March plomas: Misses Emma Duncan, Mat-ti- e ... Elcapitan Oxertnre Forepaugh's Aggregation Tribble, Annie Bright, Florrie March . Vent, Vidi, Vici Chenault, Bessie Turley, Josephine - Selected Cornet Solo . March Schmidt, of this city and Amy CaldAnniversary March well, of Virginia. . . Minor vb Major Saxton's band coldfurnished the music. In the evening The mqnth of May has been the est, taking it as a whole, so says our the hoarding pupils gave a reception oldest citizens, but it is past and June is in honor of the graduating class, now on. Summer is here and yon want which was a delightful affair. The admirable sermon on Sunday a 6uit to meet the sunshine. We have them at prices that willjRave you money preceding by Rev. McCleland, of Shelby villo was the opening oxercise every time. Covington & Mitchell. of the week. It was followed by a muConfederate Veterans Aae Going to Nashville. sical in the college chapel on TuesArrangements are being perfected day night. Aside fromithe excellent for tho trip by Messrs. Joe Collins, G. prqgram rendered, a contest took D. Pattie, Thos. Thorpe, of Thos. B. place for a prize awarded to that puCollins Camp and David Chenault, pil who had made the greatest progJake White, Capr-- Kash and others, ress. Miss Ida Speed was given first ofD. Waller Chenault Camp. Tho prize.; Miss Florrie Chenault, second; above gentlemen will gladly give in- Miss Bay Strong, third. The judges formation to any and all who con- were Mis. Harry B. Hanger, and J template going. Misses Pattio and Colo. Dr. J M. Poyntz has made arrangeJt nftflnn&fif rrrn. ti ments for traiportationo Nashville c,ryUhousUc tnllr lr Ke. tuckf I in Central and return at a verv low rate. Also Jttcn being perfected for D. Chenault & Co., 011 2d bt., stand-- . arrangements are elegant quarters in oue half square of I mnnrl. Kv. Thoy handle only than the Oanitol hnil.hn? on High street int froods and sell them for leFS lor. AM persons who feel aninlereetin the iso called cheap houses charge D- - ClienRUlt wnninn aro InvHvrl ti Join the eXCHr- - . trasllV stuff. h -- The annual convention of the W. C. T. U-- , Pioneer District, will be held at Mt. Vernon, Ky., beginning the night of June 9th and continuing the 10th and 11th. Delegates and visitors to the convention must secure certificates from tho agents when purchasing tickets for Mt. Vernon, stating that they have paid full fare one wny. This' certificate will entid fare on retle the holder to turn trip. A full delegation from each union is earnestly requested. Mrs. L. "WniTSETT.-Pres.- , Mks. Maky R. Patterson, Cor. Sec. one-thir- principles ununciated in our National Democratic platform, adopted at Chicago in 189G. 2nd. That the following named persons are appointed delegates to represent Madison countv in that convention: Hon. Jas. B. McCrcary, T. J. Smith , John B. Chenault, C. S. Powell, Win. S. Oldham, A. T. Chenault, D. Z. Taylor, D.G. Martin, J. D. Goodloe, june-2-l"W. S. Hume; Moss Snyder, C. L. The Center Cellege Minstrel Company Searcy, John Hisle, and T. T. Covhas begun rehearsing for its perform ington; and the following named pergiven on June 4. sons are appointed alternates: Wm. ance to be Jett, Matt Asher, John C. Chenault, "For three years we have never been Jas. J. Neale, Jas. Poland, G. M. without Chanibealain's Colic, Cholera Willging, O. H. Brewer, W. B. Smith, and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house," Leslie Ballard, Matt S. Cohen, Boyle says A. H. Patter, with E. C. Atkius & Doty, C. AV. Tribble, Green Clay, J. Co., Indianapolis, Ind., "and my wife would as soon think of being without 1 Simmons. 3rd. The delegates from Madison flour as a bottle of this Remedy in the county are instructed to cast the vote summer season. We have used it with all of Madison county for William B. three otour children and it has never Mason, of Garrard county, as the failed to cure not simply stop pain, hut Democratic candidate for Clerk of cwre abbolutely. It is all right, and anythe Court of Appeals of Kentucky so one who tries it will find it so." For long as his namo is before tho con- Kile by W. G. 'White Richmond, Ky. m n Tetter, and Eczema. Curative power is contained in Hood's The intense itching and smarting inciSarsaparilla- than in any other similar dent to these diseases is instantly allayed preparation. It costs the proprietor and by applying Chamberlain's Eye and manufacturer more. It costs the jobber Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;ascs cured more and it is worth more to the consum- have been permanentlyitching by it. It piles and is cqnally efficient for er. More skill is requited in its preparaa favorite remedy for core nipples; tion and itcombines more remedial quali- chapped hands, chilblains, frost bite; 5 cts. per box. ties than any other medicine. Conse- and chronic sore eyes. quently it has a record of and s Dr. Cady's Condition Ftm tiers, aro its sales are more.tlian those of any oth- just what a horse needs when in bad er preparation. Hood's Sarsaparilla is condition. Tonic, blood purifier and They are not food but the"best medicine to buy because it is an vermifuge. a honest medicine and thousands of testi- medicino and tho best in use to put 25 horse in prime condition. Price monials prove that it does actually and sents per package permanently curediseate. june-2-lYoung squirrels are reported plentiful Eight Lexington negroes were arrested and the hunters have already been Jor 6toning Louisville & Nashville trains among them. at night. Lung soreness is a forerunner of serMr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of the ious trouble. If you feel the slighter inBurton House, Burton, V. Va., and one dication, Dr. Bell's Pine Tar will allay of the most widely known men in the the inflamation and prevent further prostate wascured of rheumatism after three gress of the disease. It is the most effyears of suffering. He says: "I have not icient means of curing coughs, colds, and sufficient command of language to convey bronchial affections found in the annual any idea of what I suffered, my physi- of medicine. It cians told me that nothing could be done It is quite provable that a company ior me and my friends were fullly convinced that nothing but death wouldrelieve of Slate Guards w ill be organized in Danme of my suffering. Iu June, 1S91, Mr. ville. Evans, then salesman for tlie Wheeling Health and happiness are relative conDrug Co., recommended Chamberlain's ditions; at any rate, there can be little Pain Balm. At this time may foot and happiness without ncalth. To give the limb were swollen to more than dauble body its full measure of strength and en"their normal size and it seemed to me my ergy, the blood should be kept pure anil leg wouhl hurst, hut soon, after I began vigorous, by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparusing the Pain Halm the swelling began illa. It to decrease, the pain to leave, and now I h session of Caldwell The consider that I am entirely cured. For College, at Danville, will close next sale by W. G. White Richmond, ITy. Monday. S.iU-Rhsm- 20R2 k.y advertised a Clearance Sale, "WE MEAN rB AT WE SAY, so let a word to the wise be sufficient. Come and look through this Great Bargain Mart and we will save you some money and at the same time you will buy a great many useful things at unheard of LOW Respectfully, PRICES. XJ v3T in - more-cure- ( m PartmeirsMpo The firm of Shackelford & New vj U i tyw rw 1? - e ;... e..- Gentry has dissolved, and Mr. D. B. Shackelford will take his customers into partnership with him dividing tlie profits with them hy selling goods cheaper than ever before. They will do business under the firm name of Popular Store Business is carried upon Strictly Cash Basis to all alike aud this fair and square guarantee goes with every s;ite- - If 8rsv purchase fails to please after yon have it home bring it back and vour monev will be refunded without question or argument. Mi thirty-sevent- Most coughs may bo cured in a few hours or at any r.UeiU a few days, by the uec of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Vith such a prompt and sure remedy as this lit hand, there U no need of piolongiug the agony for weeks and months. Keep this remedy in your house. It State Senator Henry L. Martin has declined to become a candidate for reelection. Tlie sick man knocking at the door of health gels iu if he knocks the the right way, and, stays out if he doesn't. There are thousands of ways of getting sick but only one way to get well. Do whatever you will, if you do not put your digestion in good order, and make jour blood rich and pure, you will not get well. Rich, pure blood is the only tiling that can bring perfect health. Constidation is a disease of the blood. A large part of all diseanes are traceable directly to impurities in the blood, and can be cured by eliminating them with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Tho first tiling it does is tc put the whole digestive system into jrfect order. It stimulates tte appetite, excites a copious secretion of the digestive tiuids and promotes assimilation. It searches out disease geims wherover they may be, kills them aud forces them The "Golden Medout of the system. ical Discovery " has been used with unvarying success for over SO years. It Oliver Bouer, of Danville, has taken a position in Paris with" the Bhiegrass grocery. D. B. Shackelford & Co., HONEST QUALITIES, LAEGE ASSORTMENTS And will be glad to have their friends call and see the best line of Cultivators, Double and LOWEST PEICE3 Shovels and Extra Shovels, Refrigerators, Water Coolers and Ice Boxes, Deering Binders, Mowers and Hordes Twin Fly Traps, Fly Fans and Screen Doors and Windows, Preserving Kettles, Fruit Jars and Cans, in fact the cheapest, best and largest assorted. line of Builders Hardware, Agricultural Implements and Stoves in the City. Call and see for yourselves. Are looked after by the old reliable, who now deals in Wearing Apparel for males only. fll SLOTHi G, SHOES, Frurnishing,s, M Hats TVlen Boys, find vention. The foregoing wore adopted unani- juue-2-l- ui Open-Ai- ed -- - .... mously and with a vim. Mr. G. M. Willging submitted this resolution which was likewise enthusiastically adopted. Be It Resolved, That this con vention hails with delight tho appearance of the Louisv.illo Dispatch, a daily nowspaper that is now advocating pure Democratic principles. "We hearty endorse the samo as the organ, of the. Democratic party for tho State, and most earnestly appeal to every true, tried Democrat to sustain the publication by his patronage and by every other honorable means to make tho same a success so long as it continues to advocate tho principles of Democracy. Ordered that the foregoing be pnh libhed in the Climax, Register and Dispatch. Edgar Gavin was fatally hurt by the derailment of his engine ou the C S. near Somerset. There RTe two reasonable things which everybody should do take good care of one's health; and if lost, regain it quickly, and to this everybody will agree. And there are a great multitude of people who are agreed that both purposes Simmons Liver Regulator is the best helper. "I am troubled with torpid liver and nothing gives relief so quick like Simmons Liver R. Strange, Lake City) Regulator."-- R. Fla. It , Heretofore Lyon county has hal five voting precincts, and hereafter there will be nine. THE 20DERNBEATJTY Thrives on good food and Bunsliino, with plenty of execrcise in the open air. Her from glows with health and her face blooms with its beauty. If her system needs the cleansing action of a laxative remedy, she uses tho gentle and pleasant Syrnp of Figs. Made by tho California june-2-l- ui D. je2-l- y Every article wc sell is a Bargain and we have a large list of them. Here are a few ; see the hgures for guaranteed goods. Suits, .$5.00, $0.00, $7.50 Men's well made All-wo- ol All-wo- ol Successor to S. & G. PE17NT "WISE AND POUSD FOOLISH are they who have not Foley's Colic Cure as a safeguard in tho family. juue-2-l- m FIRES TDUDO Fire in I.ewispoit destroyed a dwell ing belonging to the Rev. Grundy Ellis. Indigestion is often taken forcensump-tioThe word consmption means wasting away, and dyspeptics often waste n. mm.- business Young Men's .$4.50, $5.00, $6.00 Suits, Splendid Knee Pants Suits, $1.00, $1.50. $2.00 Seperate Knee Pants, .'". 'no J0Q, 50c ""! Shoes, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 :$1.25, Men's Straw Hats, 25c, 35c. 50c. .. Crush Hats, 50c, All Fur Hats, 9Sc. Latest Style Derbies, $1.25, $2.00. Fancy Colored Shirts, 48c, 75c, $1.00. Balbrigan Undershirts, 25c, 50c. All-Leath- er -- Following the ndoption of the resolutions Hons. W. B. Smith and J. B. McCrcary made old time, ringing Democratic speeches, which elicted rpunds of applause, after w'hich tho meeting, which had been as harmonious in spirit as it was unanimous in its actions", adjournetl. Fig Syruu Company. J 110. B. Chkxaui.t, Chairman. Tired, ITervous, Slcoplass . Sigrwfecretaries. 15-2- Summer School, Y. W. C. A., Asheville, N. 1397. C, June 5, Tho Cumberland Coal Company's mines in Union county have resumed .. woik. Mr. G. A. Stillson, a merchant of Tarn-aic- Men and 'women how greatfnlly they write about Hoodlts Sarsaparilla. Once helpless and discouraged, having lost all faith in medicines, now in good health and "able to do my own work," because Hood's Sarsaparilla has power to enrich and purify tlie blood and make tho weak strong this is experience of a host of people. o, For tho aboxe occasion, 'tho Southern Railway will sell round trip tick-el- s from Louisville and points in Kentucky at one faro for tlie round trip. Tickets will bo sold Jnno 13th to 15th inclusive, good for return until June 27th. Ashcivillo is located in Western North Carolina, tho beautiful "Land of tho. Sky." The grand mountain scenery and delightful climate of this; picturesque region, aueto 11s nign altitude, making jtan IdeaL summer resorts ee 4 nearest ucicec agent -' l''VlcM31w ;a watoci'TaMitifn? writes, August 10th, 'Foley's Kidney Cure is meetitiff with, wonderful success. It has cured some cases here that physicians pronounced incurable. I .myself am able to testify to is a li ving pictits merits. My face ure of health", Foley's Kidney Cure Tia& made itBUch.'t I had suffered twenty-eove- n I feel years witbthe disease, and eri years vouueer thau I did,ione year ago., jucan oinain cwtl r- ";; rkfttee of tfcttMdical 4ualiti.,4! 111., to-da- y to-d- ay some-woiiaeri- -- 1891 : Hooi'fl Pills are the best- family and liver medicine. Gentle, able, sure. - rtic MOB. Arc not INDEHEN'DENCE asd GOOD INCOME i strengtji. It cbeapat$5W? Sold by druggists. Trial bjttl6 10 cents. We will Btart yon in yoar own business, witli A new warehouse and stockyards will Tiiere will be an election; for n Schooj light and pleasant duties , enabling you to soon be built at the Hartford boat land- - Trustee in Danvillo Saturday,- - Juno 5. the profit! from the labor of other people. reajij A Beaatiftil and Fascisatisg DO TOtf TRAVEL? Basisess, asilarge Prsfits,' If so never start on a journey without T J a bottle of Foley's Colic Cur, &' euro ThU, is .What We OHir of bow'el complaints occasiou- - The firm at Bfeockelford &. U atry,ha Hs- preventive Write for particulars, ladies and genUesKB j ed by ckaniie. of water or climate. 135c !fe Bo5vedlpartJM(iiH, K..L. fkemM mmag. X '.JAMBSIARMSTSOWG,, til UluiuBi.r. u. r reli- away as badly as consumptives. The reason people waste nway is because either they don't get enough to eat, or they don't disiest what they do cat. If the latter is your trouble, tako Sha ker Digestive Cordial. This will help you to digest your food and stop yoar Ioss-o- f. flesh. Shaker Digestive Cordial is made from herbs, barks and the juices of fruit, by the wellknowj- - Shakers at Blount Lebanon. It possessed great touic aud diges-getiv- e ' powers Digestive Cordial lias cured Shaker many supposed consnmpaft'es (who were really dybpepties), bv simply helping their stomachs to digest their food, thu9 giving them nourishment and new Insure your " property against homes and These are only a few of our way dow Come in and tell us what you-thinof these way down prices and the guarantee we give you. prices. We want your opinion of the policy wc have firmly established. Yours For Satisfaction, ii" w A -- k Fire Tornado. I represent two of the most reliable Insurance Companies in the United S.tates and respectfully ask for a share of your patronage. S. R ROCK, , 28K Sec. Street, (Up Stairs). ls2-l- y INDEPENDENCE FOR FIVE DOLLARS. . Dissolution Mice! Ttij xrgfckifCliaff i. w STRENG, v L f- r oj -- 3 ,jur Tie Cl&tkkr, Tke Star, - ft Finfrtor, fht Mar. 4L . rf T3 1 :rfe il I? - jiTtrnrvp ' "Sl" :; -. .ViM w s' - W ' 3"T l!. rryr&y 5,: .. Ifrat ILiTB.. .V " -- - .,. jt -- ; iS5:'i . --4. J&i mew. ? - t V.. Z "ii a" V -, , - - pj:z Q&W-tt- TSU &- -- 'SL l w -- '' . !- - ," ? if ." is- 1 i&.- - "- - -t 2- - J The Richmond Climax. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT. FOB CITY ATTORNEY. are authorized to announce office of City Attorney, of Richmond, Ivy., .subject to the action of the Democratic party. "We are authorized to announce J, for Talbot Jacksox as a candidateKy., Citv Attorney, of Richmond, Subject to the action of the Democratic party. Gkeex Ciay a candidate for the "We system that easy and the time of recovery FOK MAGISTABTE. shortened many say "stronger to announce decision. : "We are authorized Magisalter than before confinement." J. R. Hesky a candidate for subject The first opinion held, that the law TEN ROUND GO trate of Kirksville Precinct, It insures safety to 'life of both under which state taxes oa distilled to the action of the Democratic party, tpirits in bond was being assessed by Between Jim Watt, a rut Prter Prtmos mother and child. All Erho have on tlie free turnpike ticket. at LonliTllla Stopped by tho Poller. a state board of valuation and paid diused ' Mother's Friend" say they Paris, Ky., May 26. CharlesR-TurneLouisvili.k, Ky., ilay 25. A tea will never be without it again. rect to the auditor was unconstitua well known Bourbon county tional, and that such taxes should be round go here Monday night between. Be other remedy robs confine- - farmer, and breeder of fine jacks, asKENTUCKY NEWS. collected by sheriffs, as other state Jim Watts, colored, of Louisville, and. signed Tuesday afternoon to Attorney Peter Peterson, the "Terrible Swede." ment of its pain. taxes are. Harmon Stitt, of this city. The schedof Chlld-Birt-h . von mayoh. Yc are authorized to announce D. P. Akmeii a candidate for Mayor of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic party. "We are authorized to announce J. R. Stoufkek a candidate for Mayor of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Foslace Stamp. Washington-- , May 28. Ibe following fourth-clas- s postmasters in were commissioned Thursday: Allendale, Green county, 'W. M. Elmore; Crockettsvitle, Breathitt county, M. II Deaton; Furnace, Estill county, W. G. Law; Gravel Switch, Marion county, U. 0. Myer; Grissoms, Daviess county, B. E. Graham; Inez, Martin Knifeley, M. Kirk; county, HumK. S. county, Adams phreys: Morgantown, Butler county, F. G. Taylor; Pleasant Home, Owen county, J. C. Smoot; Spurlington, Taylor county, Abraham Wright; Green county, T. K. Gowan; MilTaulbee, Breathitt county, D. ler; Thomas, Floyd county, W. E- McCoy; Union Station, Itreckinridge county, Maggie Cart. DECISION REVERSED. Etote Hoard of Valuation Will Astess the Ken-tacSum-mersvill- e. NEW POSTMASTERS. Kentucky Feop'.o Commissioned to SINCLAIR KIDNAP2D. 8e.Il zr ky believed thut 'Ihomas biuclair, tho erations ffocs sounding: through coavicswno iwi the Frankfort pent- tentiiry last Thursday morning, was.311 coming Rfjes ana enters the kidnaped. The police here are work- - J Confines Of Eternity. "With 57hat care, therefore, ing on that theory. Sinclair was one. of the principal witnesses in the re- should the Bzpectant Mother be cently exposed steal made by lum- cuarded, and hoiar great the efber dealers in having checks raised by fort be to crard off danger and Convict PowelL and it would have, happy. been to their interest to have Sinclair make her life of the was Taken From JPrlait lan Ha WriteII to Warden Uancoclc - l The Influence of the Louisvii.r.E, Ky., May 15 It is now chapes the course of HIUJ Who Gan Measure unborn, Til '. mother 1 gen- It - a - I j 23. The court appeals took back its famous whisky tax decision Thursday and rendered an opinion overruling the former stitutional. Value of Spirit The Law Declared ConI Fbaxkfoht, Ky., May said further that he was going to Nashville, Tenn., und would sec Guv. Uradley there. j E. IL Hancock, son of Warden Hancock, is in the city, and says that he believes that Sinclair was drugged and taken from the penitentiary. Young Hancock says that his own life has been threatened in connection with the lumber steal, he being the only other witness except Sinclair. Ho Bays that & young man in Frankfort has offered to kill him. did not know how he left Frank ort; . that he was taken from Frankfort by some one in a buggy. He "iixzi:1 Mothers rriend Allays re- ville, for several shotguns. The offering of $200 reward by Lieut. Gov. "Worthinyton Tuesday for the arrest and conviction of the raiders who participated in Fri lay night's raid has eaused excitement among tho raiders and their sympathizers. The officials fear that the raiders and their friends will attempt something desperate before the trial of Charles Jones, the wounded raider. Ihe town was heavily guarded Tuesday night and the greatest excitement prevails. Off ncxrllle Judge Uudgtnl Tuesday night placed &n order with Belknap it Co., of Louis- SENT FOR SHOTGUNS OKlncavtlle Faaru Mob Violence and la Iluitv.ly Garde4 Acainat Kl ler. Owisqsvill's, Ky., May to. County DIBELUS pine iSOMElllliVG Every Merchant OUGHT 10 USE, W'V'.;"V'V'V' You Can't Make ir- - " j: Owingsvii.le, Ky., May 20. Owings-;vill- e lieves the has been sleeping under arms Headache, since the tollgate battle near here. . .Cramps The raiders are threatening dire venand Hau-sc- geance. A reward has been offered at a, U.lr Arms. mmy will slop GtJPCOllh 'HAMILTON' L - White Plume from a Crow's Tail, nor a good Bicycle from Castir?s n "R A UTOGRAPHIC PJtIi V.T -- rtTtcettlnr locharjte,l'..i.. KiN r ttilMHhra of aertmnta, i klllfla, I", Hit r Al UL- K Ti:l.V rerurd ca.ll alca, VIS Il.lkl. three out at ono writing bo pares the is made and pre- diuleer jS Look Under the Enamel ! We want bright business men to represent us .; ev7 K e. is good ail through. MONARCH .Frankfort for the arrest of the ers. In Robertson county the raiders .have threatened the life of the county judge. The examining trial of Chas. Jones, one of the wonn.lcd raiders will be held Friday. Johnson, the "wounded leader, says he can give bond in tho sum of 25,000 as soon as he is able to leave jail. I'arlt (Ky.) Failure. raidr, lMMa.-ueemi- c. Used By RETAiueRS Cvibywhere. Write Iir circular. rhmilfnn Anin'r.inlifr. HAMILTON. mav2fi-6m RfiisffirHO- t W and cwre price OHIO. A BULLS opn receipt of all dnurelsts or nt aiiU al per bottle by THE E. E. SUTHERL N D M Ell ICIXE CO, FASUC'AU, U.X. Bold g SALE. ty :oc. Sue. Efc Latest News rrom All T&rU of th CommonirciUUb MAY DEFY LAW. An Attack on 0rlncrUIe Said to Be Flunnrd-Wait- ing Sor Troop, to Q" Owixcvii.l.e, Ky., May 3L The situation here Sunday night was threatGudg-el- The present opinion upholds the constitutionality ol the act and reinstates the sytem by which the value of spirits is assessed by the state board, and the taxes arc piid to the auditor. STATE TROOPS Orderfd From Lrxlncton to OwtneavlIIr, bj It qu.it of MirifT L.n. Lexixgtox, Ky., May 2S. Company of Chicago, was stopped at the end of ine nun rouna oy tne ponce, woo j ue-cla- red Sunday ening. Judjje Mayor Allen to send all soldiers not able to do active duty to the bos-p- it il, as they would probably be needed Sunday night to repel raiders, who are preparing to chop down Chris Garner pate on the Wyoming pike, two miles iron town. It was at this gate that the battle between the raiders and officers took place ten days ago. The officers feel that the sudden diMippearance of tne raiders in the South hherbourne precinct Saturday meant that tney have gone into Fleming county for recruits, and that they may be expected to make a fight before morning Judge Gudgell said Sun lay night he had been looking for developments John but ihy hate not come yet. Sh ckldford, from the country, came into town Sunday afternoon an I told the officers that they may expect trouble before morning. The matter has lieen kept so quite, however, that only a few in OkMngsville know that a rai.l was looked for Sunday night. A citizen of Montgomc-- y county came s Into town and suid that the free in that county have threatened of their to como to the brethren in Bath county, when the troops leave, and assist them in wreaking vengeance on the officers at Ow-I- n bvilleand on lnfurnur Joe lUack. od-ris- ed & E, Kentucky state guards, 50 strong, acting under the orders of Gov. Brad-leleft here on a special at 8:30 o'clock Thursday night for O.vingsviUs? company reached Oingsville about midnight The company was ordered out by request of Sheriff Lane, of li ith county, who, it is reported, has ine formation that a strong mob of raiders would try to take Johnston, their ciptured chief, from the Oningsville jj.il Thursday niht. Failing in this, it is reported that the raiders will attempt to take Johnston from the hands of the court during his trial Friday. v, In the first round Watts got first s to his blood and two credit, while Peterson could not land On hlS snllty opponent. la the succeeding four rounds Peter- son, always oa me ueiensive, was repeatedly knocked down and as often, went down without being hit, generally staying the limit to avo'd punishment. Watts fought viciously from start to finish. After the fifth round the chief of police interfered. Referee Fr ink McComb gave the decision to knock-down- it too brutal. lA cntornr Tbo xritn ofted 'Mother's Friend. that if ho bed to fro throuch tbe ordeal acnln, and thrre were but four bcttlea to bo obtI'"Ml, unci the covtwps 1100.00 bottle, he would liaro them." Geo. LATTON.Dtyton, Ohio. pr ule of assets and liabilities was not filed. Turner owns 505 acres of Bourbon county land. His failure was pre- " W. T. Dncfon, of Kirksville, has two youhb service, lwrthorn bulls for salt.-- , ami ready for mch2I-tf bey are good color and well bred. 27-- J0 I ShMIl.onirMrto(Dric.fnjoPERBOTTLr!. TO -- EXPFCTANT KOTHrRi" niilrd frc. iibie iafonaatioa and yoloaurj- - leulmonials. cipitated by tho failure Saturday of 'William Tarr, the wealthy distiller. Bk. coalaialag Mnnlrrer Smith Located. 1 osiruiNSViLLK, KEADY TO Subscribe Now! MONARCH Chicago CYCLE CO., London t p Q New York TlwBIUDnELDRCGIJLAT0RC0..ATUU1.0a. SOLO BY AU ORUUSSISTS. Ky., May 20. News UPPLYTHE TRADE url 2.V.4 MANY KENTUCKY BANK3 Ca;lit Napping Id IteTard to Taxitloc Matters. Fraxkfort, Ky., May 27. Secre- ary of State Finley decided Wednes reached here Tuesday by wire that Street in Rii-l- i Johnson Smith, the murder of Deputy Onr fnrtnry on liinnd is now rtinnine. ami tte an Sheriff Joe C Patterson, is located on tirepared to fill orders fur twict of ibi Turkey Prcek island, below Butler's Landing, and a poS3 of Tennessee men arc keeping a close watch for if him. It is believed they will soon cap- mi! V LOUISVIILB iNolc aprU - Iy ills to ture him. 8 ""Mi Ritai," II I DISPATCH. NEWSPAPER. IN- at. i hi. .i). m. k.t crnri(iln. STRAIGHT EEV.OCRATIC "Watts. toll-gat- Tho Ilnntrr Demurrer. KliAXKroiir, Ky., May 25. K.icampnient. Ky., May 28. The dates for the annual encampment of the FKANKFoirr. Ivntucr turn-piker- aWi-tanc- -- FOR TAXES. A Number of Iluiinr.a Corporation! la Ky., May 31. Attorney General Taylor filed suit in the Frank-l.- n Kentucky state guard, at Fountain Ferry park, Louisville, were fixed as follows: Third regiment, July 6 to 12, inclusive; Second regiment, July 15 to 21, inclusive; First regiment, July 24 to 30, inclusive. Further details of the encampment will be announced later. Claim the Killing Taa Acrld-nta- l. Faducah, Ky.. May 2S. Ilrooker son of Mr. S. C. Taylo-- , the was shot and Taylor, of instantly killed with an old musket Wednesday afternoon by alter Morho colored Voy, ris, a claims the shooting nas accidental. Lkxingtox, Ky., Mry 2S. S erling both of I'rice and Mis Scott Jaub this city, doped to .leliervinvillc, where they were marrk-- Tnursliv. The b ide is the d mght jr o (Jus mak-r- . the famous bu-.Illact SIuln Am"nt s iriick WntoiiT, Ky.. May 2 among hors has been raging throughout the Kentucky an I Virgini mountains for a montn, an J thousands ol fine bogs are dyin j. A Met L'ttl- - I .1 n. K develops that when Circuit Judge Can-t-- il heard the argument of the demurrer to the indictments against Hunter, Wilson and Franks, he did take tbe matter under advisement, but also asked f ir the brief. Their briefs have not yet been prepared and can not be filed for a week or ten diys, and as the judge is veiy busy with other matters, even the demurrers may not be passed upon until late in the summer or falL Tobacco-VtorKti- rs It now day that the Northern bank would not be allowed to reduce its capital stock, because it had failed to comply with section l'JJ of the state constitution, which reads as followa: No corporation in existence nt tho time of the adoption of this constitution shall have the bsnefit of future legislation without first filing in the ofiice of the secretary of state an acceptance of the provisions of tho con- stitution." In rp ra 5l-r- ' About 50 delegates from various parts of tbe country were here Monday morning at 10 o'clock when the National union began its annual convention at Music ball. President Jamee McGlll, of the Central Labor union, delivered the address of welcome, which was responded to by Henry Fisher, president of the association, and J. Mesmer, of St. Louis. The morning session was consumed in routine business. I.OUI&VILI.E, Ky., May 25. Tobac-co-norke- brsslnn. ra' The Northern bank and nearly all the big banks in the state failed to file the required acceptance, and later on the new corporation law was adopted, and clinched the matter by saying in Section 570 that unless the corporations had taken advantage of the constitutional provisions they could not do so after the new law went into effect This ruling of the secretary of state will cut off a number of banks that have been caught napping. JUDGE BUFORD, City Solicitor of Lexington, Ky., Commits Salclde by Droirnlnc. Lexington, Ky., May 27. Judge narry Marshall Buford, Lexington's and Lexington Turnpike Co., was warned Tuesday through an anonymous letter that if he didn't cut his tobacco crop down one half he would be visited next week by the regulators 1,500 strong and all his plants destroyed. Elder Wesley IIU NimeJ. 1'OINTaVll.LK, Ky., May 2J. Elder J. "Wesley Hall, a Baptist minuter of Knott county, has been agreed upon to make the race on the democratic ticket for representative in the district composed of tho counties of Knott, .Letcher and Floyd. Ihe nomination is equivalent to an election. Apply for Office. Wnrnrd Uy Tollgato Italrlera. Versailles, Ky., May 2J. J. W. Sandusky, president of the Morton-vill- e For the Free Coinage of Silver. For the Chicago Piatform. it "hif oi Jish" For the Democratic Nominees. Brand?, three grailcp. We ean pateyoi For the Interest of the Masses. monev u&a tiinl onlpr; you will lie gl nl willi our priHlmt. lnw - the Latest Telegraphic rially pleasci! to liear rom country liter ch.inlp. News. All the Latest State News. White 0 Ross, d 1 U, f " ill 1 - V M !j 11- JJJUlJ AWA Y 4fl Market Reports Correct Market Reports. DR. PEPFER'S 'Al-TfiHS- Y IPILLS Correct Court Reports. xcfroisrcvEuT. Nicn fails. Reliable News Reports. A Lew, reliable and nl rulier lurmp. pre- ol, eice:le, fcani.y or rmlnlu' Honest Editorial Policj'. orerao,OOC inen.turatton.Nowo5etlbf lad'ea. InTljrorateathrso Riciimdnd. Ky. A 11 the Latest - Kpcr tx.nl pair. in plainbox, invU boicL 4c In Washington, May EC The applicaealed Senl tramps for particularn. linltl by m.u. C. E. Sapp of Louisville, to be tion of I'Fl'KKIt 'IKI. . HI Cli. jo "AI.X! collector of internal revenue at Louiv Sold by Kidiinouti Drui: Co. and V ville and of D. B. "Wallace of Warsaw, Ky., to be collector of internal G. AVhite- revenue at Covington, Ky., were filed at the treasury departmcnt'Tuesday. TO CURE A CO .D IN DAY. lrtirc'-t',r'"lrtre van, of tlaaeertma tailtitfov. orirana.Kai-!!. The Weekly Louisville Dhpalch Climax oae year tor and The $1.75 Regular Price Meekly Dispatch ($1.00) and Climax ($1.25), $2.25. Protect yoar ldea: they may bring yoa wealth. Write JOHN WfcUDEKBDRN CO, Patent Attorney!, Washington. D. O.for their SUM) prlxa offer and ilst of tno hundred Lrrentiocs wanted. Fkaxkfjkt, K.nlncltr Mlt. t. " II--- v circuit court Saturday against the following corpontioas praying judgment and fine for failure to pav the franchise tax asvjsse.l against them by the state b jar of valuation. American Express Co , lxu"sville Watr Co., CiuZjnV Stre;t Kiilway v Cu. (i'aducah). U mc.ie.ter Street Cot, Ashland Else ric Light and Co. Power lo, Xjn port (for SSr anl SO per day fro-- Juy 1!9;) Central Hallway and Br.d'e Co., Njvv p rt ( nday from and f.1 E ctric Light Jan lary. !SJ5). iiie-set and Ici5 Co.. II n s ialerworns i.lectrie LigntCo, Co., Cit zens G (Ivouisv lie). S'lelbyv.l.e (j.s Co. Winchester Water Ot. Amercin D strict Teljphone Co., Somerset Water Co. ljr lli,r i.t.-. Sav Lijcixotos. Kv.. May SI Mis Jay Dauber Jeld, d iu?htT of M j. Fothatl Dangerfiel 1, o Castleton farm, with her sisters, Miss Julia and Bessie, was returning rom the city. The ponies w.iieh they were driving ran away. Ihe girls were thrown out. Mis Jay falling over. the dashboard 'J he animal tinier the horse's bgan kicking. M.ss Julia causrht liold M one o the pony's h:nd les and held it unt her s ster Avas ei-- t --' 1 d agaisst lloyle and w.th libelous "Watts Libel Drclslon. Lexisotox, Ky., May 25. In passing on demurrers in thecasesof Hanna A Jau-bcr- t, l.oyle, charging the Morning Herald Stivers against JuHge oo m"i-ile- Parker sustained the answer, holding that when a newspaper publishes an item believing It to be true n.nd publications, Uatl-wa- Wat-Twork- s n S- - D'-- r Culton, -o- -- e-- ! -- o. Jackson county was appointed to a clerk .hip in the state ofiice Thursday at a salary of 51,200 a year. Ilrail at the Ac" ' l Lexington, Ky., May 2S. Mrs. Deborah Wingate. aged J1, widow of the late Joseph Wingate, at one time mayor of this city, H dead at her home ra. Fkankfokt, Ky., May 2S. W. II. aud-ito-- S here. Robert Wyatt, WnionT,Ky.,Mny aged 40. was fatally hurt by a falling tree while plow'.ng for corn near his home on Pound Wver T hursday. 2S. Ftatlf Hurt Ur Tree. fe-t- THE MARKETS. Ci.CltJATl. May TO ni 1 still alive. He had recently been incarcerated in a private asylum at c. i)c Nashville, Tenn. e.r, track, Clc; Xo. t i3'4r. Postmaster Weaver Reslcns. Oats SUca: Sa wblte.fpoorj track, tlSe. Louisvilt.k, Ky., May 25. PostHues beltci shippers. aeicct butchc, i 55 S3. CI fair to good peelers, master Charles P. Weaver, who w'as recently nomiyated for mayor by tho tij.c3.55: fair to good light. :3.4&3Ca. and roughs. t3 00a.H5. democrats, has tendered his resignaCATM.r Fair to icood shippers'. M Mai TS; McKinley. Dr. Thos. nona best oa sale good to choice butchers', tion to President Work For Many Men. A. laker. It is said, will be appointed $i0J&4:-0fair to medium bulchera. Verdict for the Plaintiff. Brownsville, Ky., May 27. Work succeed him. 1S5 common. giCO t?.t5 to Macon, Go., May 20. The jury in on the the new government lock No. 5, Snccp ad LAMBaieep Extras. fi.Z5$ Ib.i Blen Drowned. the damage suit of Koland Reed anl 4 40: gool to eaolce, tlT-s- l begun in U: common to Louisvilie, Ky., May 25. A special on Green river, hasare already earnest - members of his company against the f lr. ii 50 3.50. yeJrlini;, tl02165. Spring employThruwn Frutn 4 M -- on and Killed. Ky., to the Evening Pne hundred men Lambs Extras, nose on ale sood to choice. from Smith aad, GuabGciw, Ky , May 3 . lvey Land-rued at the work and an additional J force Southern railway for injuries inflicted 50. colore-aged IK. t as instantly i5GJla. commonFto fair M 5035lUht. tioCKJ Post ays that wh e returning from of 100 men will.be put on duty June L in a wreck, whicn has been on trial in lr to good Veal. Calvks killed by j thr.ntn from a wagon, (103 extra, l&iiifl 50 coaimoa and lirse, Hii fishing up t ie Cumberland river, Quite a number of idle men are en- the .United States conrt here for a James, Elwarl and Par Uhenes were camped in tents near the river who week past, brought in a verdict for the 4i5. btriking his heal oa a rocrf. Woo Trashed fine merino. JO file per drowned by the overturning of their hope to get employment later. The The plaintiff Tuesday morning. lb quirtcr-aoc.otaiu, 13tillc. medium skill. work is in charge of Capt. Hall, who suits were brought for 510.00J each in deUlne and clothing. 13'&Uc; br.ld, IrOl c: F.moai Mule Dead. has superintended the construction of favor of Roland Reed, Miss Isadora rred.um combing. H15c. WahheJ. lln; meriLexington, Ky., May 25. A mule dams on the Cumberland and Ken- Hush and Mrs. Mary Myers. The jury A no X to XX JSr med.utn clothing. 13 il6c; AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE d'l Inefleecs G 10c: long cimbiag. 16317c: which is reputed to have been 37 years tucky rivers. awarded Mrs. Myers S4.003, Roland qu d an. I loir, IJ llj. common old died on the farm of .James Coons, ory.Impotencj. Slei1auie,etc canid Reed 2,000 and Miss Rush 51,000. Cloaca. coarse, Ilncsett Military Academy br Abnaa or othsr xceie and India c.'oice. 10c. near Muir's station. He went through cretion. 37iv ?M'Jy and surely Danville, Ky., May 27. Hogsett Xiw YoiK. May iO. M ner Idle.!. restox lost Virilitr In oldoryonnc.and the war under Gen. John Morgan's "IVHeat JIay. T.'c bid July.TCKc bid. fit a can for stodj. bosihesa or damage. JorLiN, Ma, May 20 William Cole, . command, and was In the famous Ohio Military academy closed Wednesday PrBTwnt InaanitT and TOJie. Dccea bir. 7.;r. if with the following graduating class: aged 25, a miner, fell down tbe shaft tin in timn. Tlifiir nA thow itsmediata fznnroTaCorn Juiy. i9j akcl; August, tSKc asked; raid. znentand eSect a iUlic: where all outer lail C. H. Burks, Louisville; W. C. Mann, of a mine, 75 feet, and died in half an opott harins th pennice Ajr Tableti Tfaer September. u Man and Wlfr. Trl- -l to Darn Ky., karo cared tboa&ands and will care roa. e eire a posSmithson; IL L. Martin, Oils -- May, i Jii Lajastek, Ky., May 23. George G. H. Bruce. Danville andMidway Dick- hour. Shortly afterward, Louis Hart-maitive written Rnaranteo to effect a ear Cfl P T C in Chic ico Hay J. B. achcmjor rsfand th Pnes U W I Gaper while drunk, lell down a shaft Smith, a Negro, was jailed here MonW tiCAT May and Julo C9,c. By packace; or alx rkc (fell treatment) for 12X0. Jul. C8Jfc; day. He set fire to a man's house son, Corder, Ma Dickson was the 70 feet deep, near Galena, and renjmn receipt of pneo. I Ircalar niall, in plain Sept- mbcr, ei,4' 6 fi?: Decemoer, lfi?ii REMEDY CO., toiti May ard June. ;,3. July. I3;;; named Keese and guarded the door. valcdictotian, and also won the Wash- mained there nearly 21 hours before September. 2i;c. his wife narrowly escaped ington and Lie university scholarship he was discovereJ. His only injuries sale in Richmond, Ky., by Hasan & For Oats May and June, ITS:. July, 17Ji:7J;; Keese and prize. The Lafayette college scholarfat3-l- y were a few slight brni-.esUemdon. meeting death in trie flames Sepumber. VHc ship prize was won by G7 H. Bruce. May 9. Wlndiflirm at Lnoter. The Chicago Times Herald says: Cattle Supply light and market steady. Instantly Killed on tho Track. "Lancaster. Ky., May 25. A terriSteps looking to the formation of a Hogs Prime medium best Yorkers and pigs, Ky., Iday 27. At 7 powerful and rainstorm passed over Nicuolasville, ble wind 3 0 iiSA.'J; common to fair Yorkers. 3 alliance in opposition to the this section Sunday night, tearing "Wednesday morning at Lyne's Cross .3 63. hetvy hogs. 13 60; roujhs, tXZSa and damaging ing, two miles above town, Passenger I Bell Telephone Co. are to be taken in down trees and fences wheat and rye. v tn - , s.,t,- - Chicago this week. . Mingua, threw him era, struck John TOLLGATE HAIDERS. The sweetTn Co'orado Land. from the track and killed him instant ness of the Handsomest '97 Denver, CoL, May 31. James ly. Mingua was 75 years old and deaf. A Vigorous War to Jin W;ml Acalnst first embrace of tbe Them hy tli K Authorities. Henry H Hved hs r4K3& - with the wo- Roberts, controller Koons, state of New Tiragoo, withthe placs where he was Frankfort, Ky.,ntucky 20. The LexBICYCLE AUnufactured. rsi.v--r- l York, and Henry a capitalist May near man of bis choice of Buffalo, stockholders in the Colokilled. Mingua has three daughters ington "company of mil tia sent under will always linger in secret order of the governor Thursa man's miud. It is rado Land Sc Water Co., are perfecting in Cincinnati. day night to Owingsvillc, Bath county, a pity that the sweet arrangements for an irrigation proHoy In County Win Vote Free Pike. on duty and will memory should ever ject which will De worth many milDanville, Ky.,May 27 Boyle coun- is stillthe trial o there, tollgate remain lions of dollars to the state of Colothe raiders DC poisoneu uy me ty will vote on tho free pike question until and rado. Their company has secured at tho November election and the ma- are concluded and the excitement dies taint of consequent unhappi-nes- control of Twin lakes, in Lake county, down. of in It is sad that for reservoir purposes, and will begin jority will be largelywilL favor to free County Judge GudgeU, who requestbuy have roade. The county the flower of a happy at once the erection of a dam to ined tho governor to send soldier,, beremembrance should crease their capacity as a ressrvoir.. about eighty miles of turnpike and lieved that the town and all the officers bonds will be issued to pay the purbe obscured and killAbout $150,003 w.ll be spent. W.4 chase price. There have been no revo- were in danger from a band of county ed by the noxious it A Fomal L.p.r. sickness and lutionary methods or talk in lloyle .so sympathizersto who werereportei to be weeds of organising march upon the place, Baltimore, Md., May 3L There Iso far. Corrngated Tubing, 1 in. sorrow. , . loo frehang the judge, burn the town and quently this is the case. A woman can- female leper at the Johns Hopkins hos Itaiebalt Flayers I"lnl. Oil Reservoir Hubs. not be a happy, helpful amiable wife who pital, this city. She was taken to the PADUCAH, Ky., May 27. Tho cases rescue the prisoners. It is reported fx Write for a Catalogue. suffers from weakness and disease at the institution several weeks ago suffering against the Padncah and Terre Haute to the governor that all is quiet since very mainsprings of her nature. Pity from a skin eruption, but after a careball players and Umpire Bolen were tbe arrival of th i troops, and that tho X? Every Wheel Warranted. may grow up to take its place, but love ful diagnosis of her case by tho physidecided, Wednesday afternoon against eximlning trials of the soveralraid-ci- s, ? Deal Direct With Us. itself "seldom survives where this is the cians at the hospitital, it was discov- them, a fine of S-"- being assessed' in someof vhora are,"prornincnt farmcase. If a woman will, she may always ered that the woman wasn victim of each case for Sunday playing. It is ers, will be followed by speedy trials and Manufacturea by hold, her place in a man's mind and the terrible disease of leprosy. understood howcyerthat the manager convictions, if tbe troop i are kept on right If KALBACH & SON, heart. in she will take theshe willcare of H. ment have a plan by which they can the ground, an I the friend-- of the acIlilnl'l found. never herself a womanly way cused, aro given to understand thut Chillicotjie, O , May 3L Ten skele get around the law. LEBANON, PA. j lose her rightful "inheritance, a death awaits them in cae 6f any atfound-Itwo mounds byDr. tons were love. Ait jt. Gen. Collier Ilopef nl. tempt at rescue. It Is understood that Ohio state The best of all known medicines for wo- Loveberry, curator Ky May 27. Adjt. Fkankfokt, men is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. university puseutn, one that of a Gen. Dan Collier ratnrned from "Was- the governor is in communieat on with It acts directly on the important ana deli- giant fully eight feet tall. It b the hington Wednesday morning. He thinks the other county judges where raidIing of gates, beds, cate organs that make wifehood and most notable find vet his prospects for surveyor of. porir of tinues, and thattobacco 1 his eta, conmotherhood possible and makes them ha an state in He said: "I .had ' spector Louisville are fine.; strong and welL It allays inflammation, for a fi;htall New Company Mctrol la. a conference with ,the president He IlnoPua thenaheardof and tones heals ulceration, soothes pain and tho Company : np Jind builds up tired nerves. It pre- Jv,Cynthiaxa, Ky.,May 3Lguards, was did not.promke m the place, Vxt I am I gro 'lawlessness of-- the differ-ver- v of life Kentucky state hopeful. r pares for almost pangless motherhood and ent ,.,a.. regulators. It is knows mustnrer .out- of service by Capt-NoPATS THE , Jj insures healthy children. Thousands of Trot. DarU Karrlsd. that hundreds- of, copies women whowere sickly, nervous, fretful Gaines, of Frankfort, its tbrte yeara Lil50ToSKy.,! Mav7. ProV Jos. newly enacted V.Jt ' and 'ant! ,. invalids are now hapny cheerful and enlistment havine expired, 'Most of 2L Davis, formerly 'oryirjrioia;?ttHd:rSiders LilVis beinp; & helpful drives asa.Tesak of its .user All the old rnembef&jo'ned the aetrcota- - nowalaeBsber of like faculty ciKtn- d!fernt Mnnfoffiom ,vai medicise dealers keep it and there pany waicn was musujreji in. -iidas tbatit is'roinr to iMumade warm PAT TO h. eoI!eg.VViB&rrlea - Z &cky Any dealer "j as nod."that tli?re is, , ... i A'Conrl , Kll3djiy- - jtrsnn., jjjs ior trtose eonntvoBHera wno.lail even w J tries xc r5udeTOU PinrJCAKAj-ky.k thiakiHgraore of hte profit .thaa'ol Duan,"'eolwed,' an 31a waaoaTi.IiW!BgteJ- - t-- U - ag. " J , ir't!rprcribd fortthm voder tiMnew yearweuif ' ana Besitn " ' . wmslitaa4kHleibv.l'wa i4rhai : - . tlaanmrlaM paat-? rwmmm fww hb :. jw - - "iy ii -- hs- - i .. Jaw vy- -t MaMriou t jhx WalWr HoOawl. ' at.' MMrrov, Xy., wbo twt afy . ia wji(p iea evpeuaauj v y WttSEHJIffi.STiEET, iail to. aaaoint There was a whol- sale j il'!.I'vry ai MtySeld ba urd iy n i,.it. The prisoners Am nr those to escape were John Ja k.oti, John Capsule and '1 m Tmkard, horse th cv s. V.an Auirite. Hexdm:on, Ky., May 3. L irenzo 35"gg. a young armc, committed suicide by taking an imrc of laudanum. JCo cause is assigned, except that he drank heav ly an I was despondent. 31 tun-nelelo- Whnl a a.fttt I'aducvii, Kv.. M ly Ollr-rr- . Fixiub SdHq? fancr. 5i8iciX) sp-ifjmilr. Jt6i sprlai piitn: fx"03l8i; fancy. MlOitl: wlnttr patent. JlilJ-tJif ..rally. S .33 ,t,3 6 etra. ti80 iSlU lowpr.de. ti3tlt-i.firye. Kcrthwcjtern, liOSiiS. Uo . . received information froai a reliable source, it was good defensive muter in mitigation of damages. ORered for Kl1ers-FnofKFORT, Ky., May 25. Lieut. Gov. Wurthington issued the first b proclamation under the new law Monday, when he offered S200 reward for the arrest of each of the raiders of Bath county, who had the battle with the sheriffs last week. The only two pardons granted were to Siado Combs and Ed Shirks, of Knott county who were sent up on the charge of house burning. S e Didn't llaform. Louisville. Ky., May 25. Louis P. Kej e . y u g man of wealthy parents, who created a sensation by eloping with Nettie W nters, keeper of a resort, a few montis ago, Monday He alleges filed suit for dlvjrce. abandonment He says she promised to reform, but didn't worth a cent. Merchant Starlet Still Al'lv. anti-bomtoll-gate city solicitor and at one time one of Kentucky's most brilliant young lawyers, committed suicide Tuesday night by drowning himself in a pond lican leader in the becoud Kentucky on Mat Simpson's country place, whithdistrict. er he had been taken Monday To Iloud Kinniieial Secretaries. afternoon from the Protestant inLouisville, Ky., May 26. The Nascene. of firmary for change tional Tobacco Workers' association JIo was missed during the night, Tues lay decided to put all financial and search . made for him at secretaries under bond, just as it does day break and his body was found, its treasurers. 1 he election of uflicTj full dressed in the shallow water at will not be held until Thursday. the edge of the p&id. Buford had I'roiol.H Colli 88 O )U. . been mentally and physically depressS.sLYERSViLLrt, Ky., May 26. The ed for some months as a result of ex- breach of marriage stiitof Eiiza Arnett cesses and tho death of his mother vj bidney Gardner terminated in a affected him greatly, as ho was the judgment against Gardner for 53,000. family and he A new trial has been asked for. only survivor of the had on several occasions said that had D apontleut S tleani n Ml cldes. he nothing to live for. no was formerParis, Ky., May 20 Myers ly common pleas judge. a fruit tree salesman, suicided LIABILITIES S300.000. at Millersburg, Ky., Monday night, through despondency. Mercantile Oae of the Lrc-- t Oppen-heime- r, Ettab-lUlima-ntl Ganeral of Kentucky Deit'l. Owensboro, Ky , May 2(3. Dr. J. F. Kimbley, late surgeon general of Ken-tuc'cdied at midnight of apoplexy, lie was surgeon of the 11th Kentucky infantry and for many years a repub- 0NG y, Take Liiativa Ilrorao Quin'ne Tablets. All Druggists refund the money if It fi jls to dire. 2c. For sale by W. Q. Vhite, DrnRiri't, mch3-GKy. Rich-uioaJ, Wanted-f- tn Idea SiSs c - jL SEA SA y liy 5 i GIVES THE CONSUMER SATISFACTION, HIGH GRADE WORK Consequently is best for the Dealer to handle. prK 5P"5: r St H v ' - jP ikr, r 1 VP A Full Line of BUGGIES, SUEKETS, PHAETONS, Send for Catalogue and Prices. J-- E0AD "WAGONS, AU WorJs Guaranteed. '"DOVETAIL Manufacture COMPANYrTIU THE WRITE. , liora r 111 .. V.?0-1?.10'may2t - 6m DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS ! EL5 city. "a t track. iSHc. mixed (earh ) it So. J red. nomlniU Cults Sales. tVnr Ka -- 6Vie: ?i3SI i. t whl-.c- at 8:c a bo. walio. track. &:. do, . y:llow tr -- Paducah, Ky., May 25. R. W. Starks, tae liarshall county merchant who attempted suicide at Hardin by 'cutting his throat with a razor, js mix-e- d. C com-tn- oa & Sin ton Manufacturing Co., wholeBradley, who returned Thursday afsale deelors in harness, saddlery, etc., ternoon from Nashville, fixed May 3L one of the largest mercantile estab- for Le oration day. lishments in the city, assigned "Weliltteii by a Mad Do?. dnesday to Hector B. Loving. An indiMiddlkburq, Ky., May 20. Bert vidual assignment was also made by Clements was bitten by a mad dog in W. U. Dillingham, the president of the places. He can not a dozen company. It is thought the liabilities live. different will reach S300.0DO, or about 5150,000 Due Up boliilera of 1813. Mr. Dillingham is in each case. Uri'EH SANDUMir, O , May 20. A an old man, prominent in loc il business circles, and has been considered walnut box containing the bodies of wealthy, nis failure is attributed to several soldiers of the war of 1812 unprofitable investments in which he was ucearthed Tuesday during tho has lost money for several years. Two excavation for tbe new courthouse. Iho bones of an Indian of immense enterprises in which he is interested, The the Kentucky and Indiana JBridge Co., proportions were also found. and the New Albany woolen mills, aro soldier remains will ba given a milinow in the hands of receivers. No tary burial on Decoration day by Company B officers of the Second schedule of assets was filed. regiment assisting. Louisville, Ky., May In Loniavllle Palla. 27. Tho Curd D corntlo i Day Named. FitAaKFjRT, Ky., May 20. Gov. It ISJ ill SI 25 IN ADVANCE. "rv-- .. vt I. in - llolIHA Yoa ran u fr mieroi y rv im! r Kti i. iHa4 ne an a nl rnuti WirJ pH1 iii IIOL.IDA .." U til xt et ait dilTt ti mcT i?i can be- h d bn nc . l.- . a jc utlni Nwh i erb- adveroH.p eflx h. Htliitmi Jtljtri. j.iimtwullH'lo.l It V e t im p .r llL Tle p h l tut t iti - tn.inn r: Holy, har tar h id. etc . .ot Jw nlfr TukcsntShtitwH d iv )2- nt tnh tmthI a - in: kel ietPrMuiiH kpk -r,e w raH ir; . Hv I r derhnirw e Kcicftrth fx it.fwi - (lURtfH vi . tCit ik, he z'itt ar iru rewa f h fh t !. leici, rH ir jpri fr and ih-f iiii it r lion f.. r h irp 12t o nitr fiiBa entH ma ttrf. ith t raryev! ntuctiha riiiinit ir ar"!nc" it im e ur I hu 4I1 rttu fc t .on and h ti d Wma hi te. irti iK r ItMt - re IU e ind r j lxe "mia i hit lr n' ae rfw 'ii,cr thMContr- it i effjiry fori to end ih fr i f ih ie ihi r mmncni i MrortN, a deve rp h r4en lin re te 0 w .our i of e.-" m xtrnp to Tiik b rr ur . mail ii a i.ii tii t t nii h . aura?.! Kse b at nann ph. b me faiiwa- Ian Maeim h ri. the I'.iniiie lrar 1I1C il Sta.eM tha air hok o r f e wev nr ra- arttmi Kaara , Then u t r. funde d be em in a once. Tb ml. r'- - Jie leHtHofMjr ioatil o extant wi'l b pr.ntel in tn Juie 4 th xxt -- e lo nut w t lwiUe th n t ineinb3rtcrv cratitc t mi f rze r c Note: If joh De"lVp V.ib'h fo r ni- AiUcidjoi T leSmrr lt Kn, yo xn fn. m t e or nio e wont e 1 in it a,. e s 1 at e 1 r fg vri t I ! t -- & I . - v - wrl ise 1 teury I trt, k 1 t- - r nxir illirtl i - 111 I fc t " 11 - nt - ! ri m.. - b- - 1 1 e-- h-tii- io . - til antr.ie. ji r J mji flni .11 r . z in itin ft V11 o 00 wait f to Md VdH ", 1? -- . . I I Tmk i -:- DR. PETER FLOCK'S fr- Great German Remedy, Caal Sm J.H.KEFF&C0. lOprosite Giymfci.; HEk T For tbe nd T9 iBta Country Produce Bought ard Sold. Ilidie-- t Ca-- h M r . lrireriil 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. -- bc-n,- tU ol 1 MADE ME MAN Positiro Cure a Immediate Relief 1 .rter-bloo- Wiiiwrn'mmi Indorsed by physicians of tb: highest standing. Sep-tsmb- Gonsnmt-tion- - ln-- 3. n, NEURRLGIfl. S5o. per "bore. Foz. Salx TRADE MARKS, DES1CN3, COPYPICHTS Ac. Anyone sendlns a sketch and descrlpt - v qaicilT ascertain, free, whether ar mienf probably patentable. Commomcations str r con.ldentlai. Oldest aceocy ior"uimparii-We hare a Wasbinirtnn offlcf In America. ratents Ilien through Mann Jt to. recelra special notice in tne oa VHsarffpfk mo-ae- r ZS) sr ah. Deuccists. WTmfT-- r Ireo-AJA- Zi' - inch 31 6 m -- !. MAGNETIC H. HUNSTOGK CHEMICAL CO., HANHIBAL, MO. mav2S-6i- rt SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, traatifnllr irinstrated. lanrest clrcnlationyear anr aentl8c Journal, weeklr, terms ii. aUano Lj0 six months. Mecimen copis and liuoK OS Tatisxts seat free. Address MUNN & CO., 3G1 Uroadnar. New York. 7S--Z . The jCycle Lebanon 3 fern WA BEFORE flST-soIi- W CO itsSVBH.Uia2liaJy KERYIKE 55-2- . x n:?.Li I -- AFTER Iiy W. i G. Easiii.Qo!ck!T.Pen.aeiitI; Restore., Sola irttli a Written to curs Lost Altalltr. Merrom Dobllltr. Inaoranla. ralllnaarantea and all Umii-- r Waatirs Dlaeasea and all Weakneaaes reialllnc fmm carlr or later iDrrox.iiors. !zn-- a anraoaretsonrtciptOlprtct. ThollaJtiledlci&o Con6wFaul,aUaii. While, pruirx-g- t, Riciiui.m.l. Ky. " ISS m DID son-n-la- MEM Iricc, $75.00. ra ' THE WILLARD HOTEL XjO"CTIS7 Has YOU 1?A V-i:W B B f s. HjXjIB. Ijl ed , EVER I - .... " V W13 "1, Recently bee 1 are-Marbl- o Converted Into a Modern Palace Halls and Entrance - - 0K BKII-KOO- M' and Tiling of tho Finest Quality. 4 1- -4 2000 Yards of Brllliaat New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors' IWIUiDKS AM) MTKR HALLS. - - Bril- -i Offices' and Dlnlnj Re 13 m Beautifully iantly Lighted. D2C-rt- and 'i s Its Kquipmonts thronghouchro without a Superior in the S6uth,rato of . hus-ban- l's n Cliarses Gojistdered -- your Get one of our' statements-oto this rBrm?" We are surei you have overlooked it, and take this method of urging- a prompt settlement of your account. In order to keep up our unapproachable stock of dry goods and ladies furnishings it is imperative that the old accounts be settled. You see how that is. All Avork and 110 play makes Veeder and John dull boys. f of-t- ho ......HE mwmm o.XO -- iF11" COME '' ' vffiiyy Have Been J2speiHed in This Becent improvement. - sn- - - - -- FREIGHT. V..T00 TBE... if' BRINKS. f: ; anti-mob sent-oBrto- f- Bwt-.w- -j- j-- h" -- ..,! 'nK. the !Li2 i?T". Tak Jax . s m nHllla ?:r Fr4 -" Cv r " i - M. M 3f i 'J. t - White m:. ' it 1 u - J! 1f , .Zi .:'- l;"cri a,rec -- -- -- ly mm.. . . ', - '- law.-whic-- Qibsbm, HLZZ2MiSZ ETTTT-ClE- V1 w 7. W .. "'fr Fp3lKfaad. . - i . ?k m "s