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RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. KENTUCKY, SIBAtL-POX WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, A,5j.V5A-A-AJWrjl L898. mM i SQSFr5 BABY OF THE CONFEDERACY. Miss Lucy Lee Hill, Youngest Danghler ol General A. P. Hill. Royal makes the load pure. wholesome and delicious. SOME ITEMS. m H Baltimore News, March 21. Miss Lucy Lee Hill is the youngest Dr. J. N. MrCormack, secretary of the daughter of Undistinguished General A. Slate Board of Health, and his talented P. Hill, who was shot on almost tho eon, Dr. Arthur McCormack, seem to last day of the war, and has been called have incurred M19 displeasure of some"the babv of the Confederacy," for she body at Middlesliorough, where they Monday. breathed the smoke of battle with her were in charge of the small-popatients. Winchester, Clark countv, fourth first breath, spent her infancy in camp Tho News, of that; place, roasts the docMonday. and was the youngest soul to cross the tor and his son sjgorously for insisting Versailles, woodford county, fourth pontoon bridge in that terrible retreat that either the State Board of Health Monday. from Petersburg. should have full chaige of the smallAbsolutely Pure Mrti. niilk who was John Morgan's pox cases, or that the Government phyTnlilWw'.,-i-'DARK CUBA! BRAVE CUBA! sister, went to the front with her hussician take charge and operate underthe no one remedy can contain the band as a bride, and was with him all elements necessary to cure all diseasState law. Louisville Times. es, is a fact well known to everyone. through the conflict. On the morning of TBy C. T. Clark in Napa, (Cal.) Reflector. PO0IR CO., Vt Miles Svtem of Restorative Ecmedles Government is jn charge of the small his death she watched his ride from one resists of seven distinctively different As ran the blood at night time epilt, pox situation. Dr. Wertenbaker and wing of the army to the other, when 6ank the ship in deadly si'.t, preparations, each for Its own purpose. As NO WAR FOff "UNCLE EPH." two assistants, with a hospital steward Mrs- L. C. Bramley, 37 Ilcnry St, St. Cath-c- r news came thnthis men were engaged in As iu the air our men expire nes, Ontario, writes: 'Tor years I sufand twenty guards, are ou duty Drs. a sharp skirmish. A moment latershe fered from extreme nervousness and annoy-ln- s When sunk the Maine by awful fire; Mathews and McCormack, of the State saw Lis aide galloping across the field Atlanta Constitution.! constipation, developing Into palpitation Unless we send a fleet to sea with her husband's riderless horse. In Uncle Eph is a darky of "the old Board, left last night. Sixty five paand weakness of the heart. I was unable to And set brave, bleeding Cuba free tients were moed from the response to her anxious interrogations school,"or rather of "the sleep, suffered much from headache, pain la I fear the hand of God asain cy left 6lde, palpitation and n. constant May she was told that General HillVss bad- He has had many gifts and graces not to the Government hospital last night. sink our bhips. as sank the Maine. ft c Ung of weakness and prostration. I began ly injured. But she divined the truth, found among the postbellum sons of There were three new cases yesterday, Pr. Miles' Nervine, Heart Cure and Is our nation to justice blind? The people are feeland appealed to General Lee to recover Ham, for whom he eIiows undisguised but none Nrrve and Liver I'RIs and the n In human liberty confined I tils to relievo sudden paroxysms of the bDdy. He promised it should be contempt. ''J,osum and taters" is his ing much better. One case is reported iiln r.d headache. I soon felt much Improved To our own sea swept ashore? at Allendale, over the mountain, and done, even if he had to charge with a luxurious fare, and ad the pains and aches and weariness left Shall Freedom's shout be heard no more? whole division. Mrs. Hill insisted on ideal of power for discovering he has a one in the edge of Harlan county. magical resinous r i I then took Dr. Miles Eestnrativo Shall Cuba bleed, and weep, and bleed. accompanying him, and. after some pine splinters for kindling purpbses. Middlesborough dispatch to Louisville T ir ic and am now restorea to my former And Christian nations pay no heed? joa neaitn." search, they found the dead hcio He has vivid recollections of the war be- Times, 21st. i" Miles Remedies with his military cape thrown over his tween tho States and tells with neer The Cuban cancfields are ailaine ! are sold by all drng-- t. Middlesborough News: While pracface. Lurid fire aild smoke proclaim failing indignation of how "de yankees is under a positive The Confederate army was in full re- rid their bosses into old massa's house tically everybody iu this section has ! guarantee, first bottle The hell of War Across the main benefits or money retreat, and at its heels were the trium- and cussed right 'fore the white fokes." been vaccinated, there has been comSweep the pitiless ships of Spain ! funded. Book on dis phant Federals. But had General Hill's With a mystery of misconception he paratively few bad results from it, alFor centuries, waves eases of the heart and Wfo Health though an occasional sore arm is caused, Have washed the bloody Cubau graves. body been lying in state under a mili- hates "yankees," Mr. Lin- A. W. Wilder, who refused to be vacnerves free. Address. tary guard he could not have been more coln and swears by the Republican DR. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart. Ind. While Spanish wolves, with Death secure cinated had to be forced to it or go to than on that bloody field, with party. allied! jail, is the only one in this city heard of tho Idisorganized troops dashing past The war talk which ho hears on all PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Tore at dark Cuba's wounded side! him. Signet ring, watch and money were sides has quickened his memories of who is in any dangerfrom it. He claimed "The Indian chain'd ! his soul set free ! untouched, and and believed it General Lee said, as he the stirring events of the sixties and it was against his faith The land for Christ! the gold forme!" would kill him. It is said his claims AiroasrsYS. reverently bared his head. "This is the Sherman's march through Georgia. As So sang the kings and queens of Spain, highest compliment that can be paid a soon as I have read the morning paper are about to come true and that his life 0 W. MILLER. And sent their corsairs o'er the main. soldier, that even his enemies forbear to he wants to be told the war news, and is in dunger. Attoexey-at- rob his dead boby!" our flag is waving high, Law, never fails while kindling the evening Middlesborough News: Ed Goodin, And Washington a nation's cry. Ilis remains were put in a baggage fire to ask what the evening paper has Kentucky. Richmond, Sr, late candidate tor Count y Judge bewagon, the only hearse in the whole to tell about "dem Spaniels." Office in the Burnam Building, next door to On land and sea, the song is sung fore the Republican primary, also a feb3-lNational Bank. Of victory and freedom won ! army, while Mrs. Hill, with her two baA few evenings ago the press discitizens' strong advocato of the O. may a spirit walk the sea, bies Russel and Lucy, rode in an ambu- patches were rather bare of any real ticket, came in town. Tuesday and re,ztv-jj2Cuba brave Cuba! and save thee. lance, one wheel of which belonged to a news, and were only padded with the fused to he vaccinated. Late Tuesday farm vagon. Ruesel had scarlet fever speculations of the correspondents who Do our statesmen fear that old wolf evening he tried to pass through the Who stains with blood the southern and was held out of the door of the am- had more space than facts at their dis- guard lines but was haulted and turned bulance while the sergeon sat on his posal. When Uncle Eph made his usual back. After telling every one in town culf? K1CIIM0ND, KENTUCKY. horse and lanced the child's throat. inquiries while working with his "fat ! chain her to her Spanish main, 0 that he could not be vaccinated, beWhen the tragic journey was ovei little lighted splinters" at the fire I thought I cause his blood was out of order," he ''fire over Tavlor's Hanlware Ftore, Among the bones that strew her den ! Court House, on Main Street. , And strike the chains from Cuba's arm, Lucy Lee Hill was baptized by Dr. Per- might interest him by imitating the re- was let out about 9 o'clock. kins of Baltimore. It was a double bap- porters and manufacture a little news Long held to us in a dread alarm ! II B HOGG, tism, for General Lee's tears fell on her warranted to furnish excitement. HoldChildren like it.it saves their lives. Sink now this Inquisition old. bonny face as he held her at the font. ing the paper closely before my eyes I We mean One Minute Cough Cure, the ATTORNEY AT LAW. President infallible remedy for coughs, colds, Kentucky. 'Neath her trappings ot blood and gold! One of Miss Lee's most precious posses- spoke as if reading thus: Hit hmond, Then we'll see in mortal vision, sions is a photograph of General Lee McKinley has decided to have war with croup, bronchitis, grippe, and all throat "Satan as lightning fall'ii from Heav'n !" bearing the inscription. "With yourgod-lather'- s Spain. He says as Cuba is nearer to the and lung troubles. Douglas & Wines, Office No. 13 First St, up stairs. And Cuba's star will rise and shine, love and blessing." south than it is to the north he depends Druggist. Above a sea born heroine ! When the "Battle Abbey of the upon the south to do most of the fightJ. C. & D. M. CHENAULT. In speaking of the coming tobacco February 22, 1S9S. South," which is to contain the Con- ing, and that as most of his party in the crop, the Cincinnati Tobacco Journal ATTORNEYS AT IAW, federate war relics, is completed, Miss south are negroes he relies upon them "Long experience has shown Kkstucky. A torpid liver robs you of ambition Hill will be the "lady of the Abbey," a for soldiers. He proposes therefore at says: crops bringing fancy prices that Richmond, are the and ruins your health. DeWitt's Little position she is well fitted to occupy, ow- an early day to conscript all those which are carefulh and intelliEarly Risers cleanse the liver, cures ing to her experience in the Kentucky Republican negroes in tho south and set Office on Second street, over from seed bed to market. procery. constipation and all stomach and liver building during the World's Fair. As a them to drilling that they niaj be ready gently treated Another point to be considered is the. trouble. Douglas & Wines. Drugpist. member of the board of lady managers to go to the front as soon as the first fact the early crop has the best chance PHYSICIANS. she organized countless clubs in Ken- gun fires. He can, he thinks, in this for success. True, this rule may iu some SENATOR BLACKBURN'S FRIENDS. tucky and addressed hundreds of women, way give all the negroes offices in the instances prove false, but they are exbesides raising several thousand dollars. army, and this will be a relief to him DR. JOHX M. FOSTER, ceptions. The present season has startKentucky The Louisville Critic, in speaking of Miss Hill maybe named as one of the since he finds himself without enough ed out umisunliy favorable and under I'r hmond. Senator Blackburn's illness, says: "The women commissioners to the Paris Ex- postoffices to go around." ordinary conditions the grower should My news item might have been length deep intere&t manifested not only in position of 1900. have au abundanceof plantsieady toset V1 clephone at office and redence. ened, but was cut by Uncle Eph, who at Kentucky, but throughout the country, the first good opportuity. The early An KnterpriMnK Druggist. coulden't restrain himself longer. He crop will not only be in no danger of in Senator Blaokbnrn's illness, shows DR. H. R. GIBSON, There are few men more wideawake dropped his kindling wood, stood erect, what a world of friends he has, and frost but will bin a position to make an PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON, and enterprising than Perry & Thomas. with an expression of countenance he their unceasing devotion. He is the early appearance in the market. If the Kentucky. Sthmon-i)-. only Democratic leader in this State" Successors to W. G. White, who spare hasn't had since the "patterrollere" quit manufacturers had reason to welcome who lias been able to defy the most no pains to secure tho best of everything runing him "fore de war." He ex- the early appftnrance of the '97 crop, in their line for their many customers. claimed "rede dat agin." Slowly I rein the Joe "c.hns binWmc, 18 and so powerful financial and journalistic inthey will have still stronger reason to Mreet, over Wane .oM drugstore. They now have tho valuable agency for peated the statements about-thconfluences and iinintain his hold upon the give the glad hand to the 1S98. in view masses. The people have never once Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump- scripting of the colored troops, while of tho short unsold stocks which are CHAS. HOOKER, tion, Coughs and Colds. This is the he recovered his lightwood. It was too wavered in their allegiance to him. held at high prices, and which holders T ETERINARY SURGEON, His defeat by Deboe, brought about by wonderful remedy that is producing great a strain for Uncle Eph's dovotion are hoping will go still higher. If an ex: Demsuch a furor all Graduate Ontario Veterinary CoUege. the treachery of gold Democrats, came, many startling over the country by its to his party. He said 'Den de war ceedingly large crop is grown prices cures. It absolutely ocrats has nuthin' to do wid dis cos a personal loss to true party men evwill decline some later along and even cures Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness bizuess?" ! ermnry Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty if the crop should prove a short one erywhere. TIipv have resolved to wipe d and all affections of the Throat, Chest "Certainly not," I said. "It is not np stairs, over store recently r intuit at the firit opportunity, there is really no good reason why it by Richmond Harness Co , East Main SL, out that and Lungs. Call at above drugstore and our fight. We would bo a set of fools apr7-lRichmond. Ky. sell higher than it will during and it is their constant prayer that Joe get a trial bottle free or a regular size to let you Republicans have all the should Blackburn's life may be spared until the early months of its history on the for 60 cents and $1 00. Guaranteed to postoffices and we go off and be ehot in M. D IT. C. breaks. Taking all these fads into conhe ran once more represent his State in cure or price refunded. 5 order to keep up a government for sideration we would urge the growers: and Snrserv. Medicine Senate and thus administer a dethe your crowd, Mr. McKinley knows this, First, to plant early; second to plant Office Collins Buildinc, Main Street. served i ebuke to those who deserted their (the Cnrr JvUce) on NEW YORK FASHIONS. and he is depending on yon negroes and onlv so much acreage as thoy can prop Telephone at residence party in a great crisis, and who have jirBHiwaj . the poor 'white trash' that make up the erly take care of; third, to use their Kentucky. made possible the election of au igno- - RICHMOND, Belts and veils are works of high art Republican party to do the fighting in very best eflorts in cultivating, harvestrant Republican to the highest office in this war He is not giving you postof- ing, curing and packing the crop, makV. EVANS, M. I)., the gift of tho people in this State. No this Spring. G. Gray is esteemed the smartest color fices and such like for nothing." The ing each stage as early as possible; and other name has been mentioned for the argument overwhelmed him. "Well, Senator-shifourth, to get the crop to market at the among Democrats for the for cycling suits this Spring. Iu new sleeve models there is an un- dat do head me. shore. Mas John, you eatliest possible moment practicable. Sckgkok, Physician and reason that Blackburn typifies in his to knows dat white trash ain't We believe that in this policy lies the Kentucky picturesque and honest personality tho usual variety to select from. Richmond. - - fite. You jist as well spec a hound dog Blouses and tea gowns of individual grower's best hope lor getting silver Democracy of the State. They to stay treed in a 3'allew jacket's as to out of the 189S Burley crop all there is love him as a man, they honor his have appeared. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Novel and pretty shirt waists are of spec poor while trash like dese white in for him. It is perfectly safe to preability, they praise him for his courage. Surgery, Practitioner in Medicine and white linen, embroidered down the cen publicans to fit dem Spaniels. If you good toKentucky His death at this time would be an over- tre box plait and on each side of it, git 'em in dar dey gwine ter run, and dict that the farmers who raise early, Richmond bacco this year and market it whelming personal bereavement to his what is more 'dan dat you ain't gwine will obtain better prices lor it than for and residence on Second Street family and his friends, and a tragic dis- with colored flowers. A handsome belt is of Vizcaya green to git 'cm dar. Dey is mighty handy many years past. aster to his party. The news of his about postoffices and slch like, but guns D317TAL STJEG3BY. complete restoration to health will be velvet rather darker than emerald and shootin', dat don't suit 'cm none. We bave received the last iosue of pufwith three full front loops, and a received in Kentucky with every manifing of black chiffon around the edge Neder does war suit a nigger. Hits fist The Southern Journal of Osteopathy, festation of sincere delight." "Dr. t)a&T&vae "& ?&.osotv and skull wid him, or maybe he mout published by The Southern School of the loops. The higher tho collar, tho smarter cut some wid his razor. But when de of Osteopathy, of Franklin, Kentucky. DENTIST. big guns gin to shuto de nigger gwine The science of Osteopathy has received the bhiit waist, this year. OP LoUISNIIiE, KY. A charming cambric robe de nnit has ter git rite ober de fense and streak it considerable attention of late, partly on next door to Government Building, to 4. large sailor collar with crossed rows of for home. ISow I jis tell you, Mas John, account of tho fight made apaint the Ky. Office hours 9 to RichmSnd, novl"-l- y tucking, and lace insertion and edging. if Mr. McKinley is a plannin' like what doctorsof this school by the medical The sleeves of some night dresses are you redo in dat paper here is gwine to profession, and partly because of some nice rooms for rent. cut in Moueqnetaire fashion. be a sight a changin' about here, shore wonderful cures which have been Four A charming suit shown by Best fc Co. as you is born. 1 already feel de Dem- wrought underthe treatment of these for a boy from three to twelve years, is ocrat risn' up in me. You know old new doctors. They use no drug mediCall at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-so- n, cloth in sailor blouse massa was a Democrat anyjiow. He cine, but depend entirely upon their of cadet-graan3 next door to postoffice. blouse has collar and shield raise me dat way. I tell you,Mas John, fine knowledge of human anatomy style. The manipulate the muscles, dem yankees yit, what rid de their ability to It is a very graceare the seat or the starting point of of light blue cloth. serviceable as it is I hates into the big house and cussed bones and different portious of the body ful model, and as horses QR. FRED SMITH. life and many maladies, all of them serious, picturei-quin color effects. rite dnr fore old Miss. I hopes de so as to produce a newness of all more or less painful, and all of vigor which is essential to good health. DENTIST. of millinery ornaments, hand Spaniels will git some ot dem blue-coInstead iu its deover Collin Grocery., same office them tending, unless cured, to a some brooches are now noted in the devils yit But, bless yer soul, dis nig- Their science is rather new strongest by Dr. W. W. Bargm. janl2-llately occupied monstration, and one of the I'se to be thar. ger ain't newest toques. fatal end. No organs of the body claims they have' to public patronage Two shapes in parasols are fighting to turn Democrat dis night." more sensitive are more delicate or goou, mey CALDWELL, HON. C. T. By this time Uncle Eph, who was is that if they do no especial supremacy this year: The graceful than the kidneys. When sympdo no harm. We can see no steeple or canopy top, and the flat lop. backing out ot the room while his at least toms of disease appear in them not The latter suits conservative women mouth was running, outside, and the barm in allowing them to practice their W- - Va., Eecora- of Parkerfiburs, and if their bcience is a moment is to be lost if health is rather better. door closed. Presently the dooroponed simple maneuver, mends "Wrights Celery will soon be found out A jaunty blaek straw round hat is suddenly and Uncle Eph pushed his ex a humbug, it to be restored. The best way to Capsules. We understand that the law passed cited countenance far enough into tlie through the trimmed with mses and violets. treat the kidneys is will Va noway Evelyn Coble. room to ask: ''Mas John, ef a man was by the late Legislature blood, cleansing it from the poisonSchool and Infirmary Paekeesburg-- "VV. Va- -, a publican preacher would day make interfere with the ous matter which is usually at the How to Look January 20, 1995. him go to de war? Cane et aey gwine to at Franklin, Ky. Copies of the Journal will be sent to kidney complaints. For bottom of looks are really more than skin let preachers lone I wants to git me The "WsicnT Mkj. Co., like I any of our readers who are interested this purpose there is no remedy deep, depending entirely on a healthy some licenese. I been Columbus, Ohio. in Osteopathy and who will send their condition of all the vital organs. H the was called anyhow." ot OsI have been vem-bTCnhV Renuhlicamism, If nofcH address to the Southern Journal Gentlemen: Capsules since using equal to tt,.1o liver is inactive, you have a bilious Kentucky. Wright's Celery look, if your stomach is disordered, you, his piety, hatl quickly reached a state of teopathy, Franklin, JS94. and find them to be as recomX first, besan taking them xr:t-- . have a dyspeptic look, if your kidneys' revival. mended. iio nnnrnneh of Easter, tho while at HotSprincs. AV , under treatare affected, you have a pinched looki craze tvUI be coming into ho is ment for Sciatic Rheumatism. Liver and The editor of an exchange says Secure good health, and you willsurely. a simpleprocess Ktomacli trouble. Constipation which I an ridamantino pillar vogue again. Hero is want on the egg have good looks. "Electric Bitters" a true Christian, you long sufferer. I found the had been a and loves sacred songs, Write whatever or melted is a good Alterative and Tonic Acts' of ,he church atterl Celery Capsules pave me jrreat relief night he hears a with a rood duality of varnish vinegar when night and have used them directly.pu the Btoinaeh, liver and kid- but irom the beginning tho egg in y th owes him three tallow. Tlien place ever since. With pleasure, and unso"For many years I hare bees a coaetant neys, parities the blood, cures pimples, neighbrta!-famil"vMiVrjecrinlion. eiSefng'JesusI'aid r in a solution of muriatic acid, lase recommend them to any and cofferer from Tridsey troabte, asd have licited. I blotches5 and boils, and gives a good Chris- it out after a couple,of hours, and'our all suffetinc with like afflictions or either tried a saaber of largely advertised Idiaey cornpleiuon. T2very bettle guaranteed:' It All,'"' hefefeiike sjieddinghis fixed- - Oa At last a fries truly yours. cures without benefit of them. Very over. lettering is clear and se to try Ayer's Sanapsrflk. The Sold atjrernr& Thomas' Drug Store. tianity for afew1 Hiaaiants to j Chaeixs T. CAU)wm.L. muriatic acid to a'itaes of of jhimareeeipt in thk reeedy eaterelr W. G. White. 50 cents with a clb uRd.pive -Hagaa, Drapdst Price use ef eight feettks ef HAwr-MSaecesKw SoldbyT.-12W water wui. hwm oered sy slady." rn. J1U . w in - enls as4 $1.00 p&rbox. Call atui on' vw '" perfeoUte. . " - ' I BaMeflkftrMtBreefcifBrKtY. . : store y :' e ,srr c rps. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. Danville, Boyle couuty, third Monday. 2s icholasville, Jessamine county, third x Nicholasvillo, Ky., March 21. This town quarantined against Richmond this morning oujaccount of the smallpox there. Not much fear is felt here. ?t?u.s-rx77r- : immmmmUMm " - 4 iivuvvf McCormick Bros. H Ki:-.- Jr. wSmimh Installment House. H i POWDER ROYAL BAMNQ NCW YORK. - -- Price Fighters! fsij The f my a W 7 m Vt W0 aRMVC4i t '' tt.v.y pest-hou- se t-j- cg to-da- y. Anti-Pai- -- I. i c Tf r . r,X C3 tiMt IWCvl you need anything in the FURNITURE line, call and sec us, we guarantee to save you from 25 to 50 per cent, on all kinds of reef-beati- Furniture and Mattresses. n FURNITURE SOLD ON INSTALLMENTS. Bed Hoom Suites, 3 Piecesj Prom $18 up. I half-deifi- To-da- y y d J. s 7. ! Hall Hacks, $1.50. Wardropes, $9.00 up. Center Tables, 75c. up. We also make fine Corner Seats, and all kinds of Parlor Furniture, Foot Stools, Couch Pillows, all kinds of Furniture and Matresses repaired and made new. i M ATTOnXEY-AT-LAI- m ECKB I iV op-l"si- tp Awnim Uo Of all kinds, made to order at Rock-Bottom 31-3- 0 Prices. H ' ( i ft able-bodie- d Chen-anlt'- f. ... "ffrVJ I Hflmrlr Kellev 9 SECOND ST. kW- - vwj I e Sec-o- n feKflG 27- e CORRESPONDENCE. KrXGS STATION. Estill County. Mrs. NEWSPAPER LAWS. accu-j.ii-y J. M. Kirbv is quite sick with JASPER, - consumption. Major Clabe F. Tharp. of Winston, was a visitor in town Monday. old-ros- e Vaccination is all tho go among our citizens now. All who are not vaccinated will be at once. No court at Irvine this weck Judge Redwine continuing the March term until the regular June term, on account of the small pox scare. A. largo gathering of people wet at Providence last Sunday at two o'clock, p. in., for the purpose of organizing a Sunday school. Elder James T.Turpin was unanimously elected Superir tend-eof the school and Clabe Tharp, The school will meet every Lord's day at 2.30 p. m. All are invited, also a prayer meeting which meets on Saturday night of each week. nt Sec-retaiy. SENATOR STEWART WRITING A NEW BOOK ON THE MONEY QUESTION. 12-- 1 The Kidneys Senator Stewart is writing a book on the money Bque3tion in which hu will showtliut money is a creation ol law; that commercial value is the estimation of men in exchanging commodities, that y at y , Good-Goo- d er Aycr's Sarsaparllla . ed tabte-spoonfu- l, ir- . aHdtfreepW. ol ti a ' - , 1 -- f-'- J- , 1! a i,s i si.i.i-'- ' '-- AS-- ait.:.,, .i ' ji&flB ,t 7? -- pi ice ia the value of commodities ej:pefcs-e- d in money; that the volume of money controls prices; that the puro using mcMl-l- y power of each dollar depends updn the number of dollars iu circulation asj compared with the demand; that previous to 1873 the volume of legal tender trouey was regulated by the gold and fdlver brought to the mint for coinage; tutit the IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5TH. world was theu iu debt more tf an a tho hundred thousand millions; lha( bondholders., to increase the purchJaing power by diminishing the supplVj and a LiDHT IF thereby enhancing the value of tipuds, Hoars CinciflBat? to New Origans and JacksoHTflfe OR OUR SAVIOUR IN ART" secured the demonetization of jilver 109 MILES SHORTEST. without the knowledge of tliQ people at Cost over $100,000 to publish . Contains nearly , e engravings ot our Saviour, by tie FINEST VESTIBULED TRAINS IN THE large, which reduced the supply, of 200 Chriit, jjthat Great Masters.all It is not a life of ideals bet if money metal more than one-ha- lf tha great Masters an exhibit of No other book like it ever the co'inage of silver must be restoied as the Christ. Agents are taking from three to twer-t- y orders daily. 'The book is so the onlv practicable way of preventingal when people see it they want beantlfnl tht.t it. Published Through Pullman Service is unequalled. Cafe' Parlor h continuous tall of prices and tbjtcou-linu- less than a year and already in its twenty-fift- 1AK8 the consisting of Standard Vestibuled day some editions of the masses bjj the edition, .The presses are running day and n!U and Observation Cars daily. robbory books. la this Get your tickets via the Queen & Crescent Route of the classes; that internation- to flU orders- - (It has never been sold of tUs Coaches. cunning of the pictures s. territory ) W. C. 1DCEA1S0M, Gei'l Pass'r Agt, Ciacloati, 0. book i like takln a tour among the great ait al trade is the interchange ot comjoodi-tieot Europe. The Hermitage, FraV not money, that uaonev is natjjonal, sralleries Louvre. Vatican, National of Loar Pittl, money Uffiii,National of Berlin, Belyidere awiotfetr don. not international ; thatscarcity of celebrated European art galleries, have a!I advocated by tbe despotic power, 01 Placed their rarest and Knot is Europe because it favors anstojracy, nClSSSs BROUGHT TEABS TOMYBYBS? and that an increased supply of njbnoy sayVoni "Cleared 8 Orst week's work witt "The Richmond, Ky Ciomax, weeblyi Is oredited with restoration of silver to tlie place the book," says another.torMany men and by the jwjteg hoas fKsasthelr ronUttan accorded , to asv uaper in Kiohsaed er. 'm. JfaiHwn saasr r fn" I , . . occupied as a money metal in thj betwork.. Abo num ar v,w . with it - . hii ! FWrTV la WP1 ii CongreBlonI Dwtrlct the the republic is favord 1 by upfHte an tM Jwawemttc e the people of.y&Umted-StalaaMfaue" . . 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Mr. Campbell, of Kentuckv Stato College; Mr Lipscomb, of Kentucky University; 'a Mr. Ward Goodloe, of Centre College, George Green, of Georgetown and Mr. College, all acquitted themselves with credit. iV While characteristically enthusiastic Wy-at- t, as college boys always are on such ocrested. casions, there was a total adsence of FOR CONGRESS. any rowdyism among tho students last held Mon State Auditor Stoxe We are authorized to announce Hox. Javss is a mistake to advertise inferior goods at a cheap price. Nothing is night and it might be said that comB. MoCkexkt. oi Madiion count, a candidate day that a bill that becomes a law more certain to create dissatisfaction than goods that looks well but is poor in M Congress in the Eighth district; subject to for paratively good order prevailed. at without the Governor's signature does the action oitheDemocxat'cpartr. mch30-t-f quality. Apparent economy is often real extravagance. But Of course, the tin horn element was not become operative till ninety days there and the boys had their voices The Cynthiana Democrat announces after the legislature adjourns, evon if with them, but this is considered a R. M. Collier, of Cynthiana, as a candi- the bill does contain an emergency matter of course and an oratorical condate for State Auditor, subject to the clause, providing that it shall take eftest would not be an oratorical contest action of State Democratic Convention. fect at once. This ruling will keep a unless such was the case. number of people including the Frank The prize medal won by Mr. Hunter present Republican fort preachers, out of their money for S. J. PuGir, make a wonderfully strong combination. "We wish first to call your attention to & was given him upon the announcemember of Congress, and Jaa. It. Pugh, three months, notwithstanding the our SHOES for both Ladies' and Gentlemen. Nothing is so generally appreciament of his victory last night. ho are brothers, are opposing candi- Legislature intended they should be good shoe sold CHEAP. ted as a really The winner with his cherished dates for Congress from the ninth dis- paid at once, and will be a hardship new ininr- fon'o Tf'nA Sn.in T,inprl f!:ilf Simps, lfiop nnd rmnm-ess- . prize went back to Richmond trict. to several men who worked all Oldham at once vacated his seat for court, and did yeoman service for the at noon, where he will be tendered a through the session depending on anteed in every part, will out wear anv, sold elsewhere for $2.00 our un- constituents of Richmond Magisterial We felt sure the Republican part- - did being paid at the end of the session, the lady, and just there Cupid or covered with peanut hulls, banana right royal reception either S 1 50 urice right when it made Mi. John L. Bo6ley that they might meet actual living sheathed his- wily arrows for a signal District and of the county. He is a peelings and other trash. one niuht next week. XXXa- Ladies' Cincinnati made Shoe, button and lace, kid and cloth tops, heel or a number good man and all friends hope for his victory. Mr. Oldham has postmaster at Paris. He is an accomplised, expenses. "Altogether, the house presented an M .$ 1 of relatives in Madison county. spring heel, made to sell ah S.UU; our price.. continued success and prosperity. affable gentlemen, and his tact is shown Capt. J. M. Thomas, one of the appearance like a herd of swino had Inasmuch as the Pautagraph gives Miss Pattie Beasloy and Jier spent a night in high carnival there. judges, over his signature, promulb' his selection of Mr. Sherman Stivers space to the ironical remarks of our es- Miss Dove Harris, of Lancaster, aunt, Have also iust received from New York a full line of Laces, Madras II These Fall Then We Be Helpless. have as his assistant. Mr. Stivers was the The action of these young men, repre gates the following criticism in 'SunCloths, Percales, Dimities, Ribbons, Belts, Corsets, Hosery and the like. Will If the concerted action of Richmond, N. contending candidate for the office, and teemed fellow citizen, J. Speed Smith, been spending a lew days in the city senting as they do institutions of learn- day's Leader: quote you some prices on lace which will surely interest you: relative to Gov, McCreary's candidacy attending the millinery openings and Stanford and Lancaster to induce the M this recognition of a competitor is as "The fourth oration of Garniss W. ing, calls for much criticism at the officials to run a morning train from 9for Congress, we feel justified in throw- shopping. Miss Beasley is to be marHunter, of Central University, 'Reunusual as it is graceful. hands of the public. 12 Yards Torchon Lace for 5c. ing Walton's search-ligh- t ligion and on the Relation to Reform,' was ried during the first week in next Richmond shall prove efficacious, there "Nobody objects to a college stu- probably Its product of a maturer 12 Yards Torchon Lace for 10c. the torpedo boat : to Mr. John Baughman, of will be rejoicing all along the line. month The crisis is at hand. There may be dent enjoying himself, and no one mind, some parts of which were well '-R"Capt, J. Speed Smith, of Richmond, Danville. This will be interesting The Stanford Journal says: 12 Yards Wider Torchon Lace 20c. j war within the week. There may be has The speaker was quite been to Louisville and as usual let news to many in Lexington, where she "Dr. J. B. Kinnard, of Lancaster, will attempt to curb his enthusiasm, delivered. looking, and in my judgment y Swiss Edge for 3c. a yd. peace. the eagle soars and his mouth go otf. He says that Davias long as it is within the bounds of youthful us yesteruay to go witn a orator, but two screams defiance while the dove hides son will be conceded trie Republican is well known and admired and is a leiepuonea reason, but when it reaches such a ranked third as an "With every Five ($5.00) Dollar purchase we give a beautiful picture. Congress and that Gov. frequent visitor. She is very attract- committee composed of J. Stone Wal- pitch that private property is destroy outvoted one. and be received the before the gathering storm. Tomorrow nomination for honor. The representative collegians ker. Richmond, and Messrs. W. H. McCreary will bean easy winner over ive and of the Titian typo of beauty. Also with a Ten ($10.00) Dollar purchase a larger picture framed and who can tell ? The God of Battle may made much lhadbeen judge the present entries for the Democratic Kinnaird, Robert Kinnaird, John W. ed to give a higher vent, it is time a on this pointnoise. Ifhave scarce deI could be invoked to usher in for stricken standard bearer. So far good, but when Lexington Leader. ready to hang up. halt is called. termined who should have received Miss Florence Barlow, of Louisville, Miller, Louis Landram, J. E. Stormes Cuba the reign of the prince of Peace. he says that he considers the governor ($25.00) Dollar purchase we give an elegant piec-- of "With a Twenty-fiv- e "This is not tho first time the seats the weakest man in the race and the is in the city for the purpose of col- and John M. Farra to see the manage in the theater have been destroyed, first honor for rowdyism." Stirring events that each make history furniture or a beautiful bronze clock. Call in and see us. Yours Respt., As the Hon. Ji M. Thomas has exeasiest for Davison to beat, he is evi- lecting subscriptions for a ment ot the L. & N. and try to induce but it will, doubtless, be the last, quickly tread on one another's heels. dently whistling to keep his party's ercised the right to express his opinion it to ruu the trains on the K. C. so that Though Manager Scott is paid for all thus publicly of our representative, courage up and to get the gray gelding monument to be erected at the battle they will leave Richmond in the morn We would like to see all the surplus to run his head into a hornet's nest. It ground of Blue Lick. It is a tribute ing and return in the afternoon, instead damage uone ins nouse, yet money we beg leave to explain that it was mouey in the treasury and in banks is an old trick of the rads to talk that in which all Kentuckians should feej will not at all times cover damage not so much Mr. Hunter whom he way about the probable Democratic put incirculatiou where it belongs, so candidate, but it has long since ceased to a practical interest. The Filson Club, of as now, which practically cuts Lan "True, the yearly oratorical contests endeavors to belittle, as it is his overcaster out ot railroad communication that business can be transacted with attract attention- - Tho captain ought Colonel Durrett and Colonel Bennett We will go are of great financial advantage to the mastering hatred of everything pertomorrow." not to fall in a furrow that way, but try" Young are prime leaders of the moveit, says the city, but the effect of such conduct is taining to Richmond. Our people ment. The Sons and Daughters of the Tliere is a perfect glut of money in to invent something new." decidedly bad. Of course, this con here understand perfectly the animus Local Option in Richmond. McIvee Richmond, Ky. American Revolution aro also lending banks and none in the arteries of trade. duct comes from the irresponsible of the remarks of the reverend (?) IWCREARY'S CANDIDACY. The committees of their influence. Miss Barlow met with Christian Temperance the Woman's class, as the more thoughtful students gentleman, but others may not- - SufFor all practical purposes the mone s m Union, ap XS wS &s a S ms S TJBMT mlW TTnTT TMriT Smt Blw rJiri r ms Sin w ns nn hoarded in banks and the treasury Hon. James B. McCkeary has for- some success vesterday and will re TIMir WT m poiniea to canvass tne city and pro always deprecate such rowdyism and fice to say, Mr. Thomas was counted a a might as well be at the bottom of the mally announced himself as a candi- main in the city till Friday afternoon. cure signatures to a petition sii upon in advance as certain to vote to call an have tried to put a stop to it." ocean. date for the Democratic nomination Mrs. James Bennett and Mrs. T. J. For The Climax. against our orator. But his prejudice eiecuon to taKe tne sense or the vo for Congress from this distrect. In Smith, Jr., of Richmond, have been in ters of Richmond, on local option, To The People ol Yaies Magisterial District and spleen, which find expression in sawrrills that is located here. When The very low prices nt w Iiich the the way of courteous comment and the city this week visiting Mrs. Ben- have been filed before the County There can certainly nov be no doubt his card, in such miserable taste for the mills have a supply of logs on hand Tuned States can now manufacture more for the purpose of truth we must nett'smother Miss Annie Bennett, of Judge and lodged with the County as to the sentiments of the people of a judge, were powerless to swerve the the merchants do a thriving business. iron and steel is alarming the British state that Mr. McCreary's past services Richmond, is with Miss Belle Pearson Clerk, the petition, signed by 295 citi- Yates district in regard to the saloon superior judgment, fairness and back- Build inp; lots sell readiiy when mills are manufacturers. The President of the iu Congress are ample proof of his for a week's visit Mrs. Dim Chen- zens, as folio s: University C. E. W. precinct, question. You have risen above all that bone of the other judges. running. Manchester Association of Engineers, statesmenship While representing ault has returned to her home in Rich and To the Southern Lumber Co. and the Mho has recently been in this country this district in Congress, he w as a clean, mond after a visit to Miss Jane Nuck- - 104; Court House, 103; City Hall, 88 is anything like r The petition calls for polls to be have said with a mighty voice, "away Catarrh Cannot be Cured business courage of its manager G. A. in speaking of our iron and steel man- able, active member of that body. He ols and Mrs. Henry Nelson Mrs. : ufactures, "The United States. was zealous iu the performance of duty Stevenson and Miss Stevenson enter- opened in three voting precincts of with saloons." There is no edict of with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as Koy and the Baker Cedar Co. and its with her boundles natural resources, and always ready to serve his consti- tained Mrs. Rebecca Hart r.nd Mrs. Richmond district, on Saturday, June president or king that is stronger than they cannot reach theseatof the disease. manager. F. S. York belongs the credit with the energy of her people, is des- tuents faithfully, and there is no rea- Edith Hunter, of Versailles; Mrs. Jas. 11, 1893. to take the sense of the legal the voice of the best people ot a com- Catarrh is a blood or constitional di- of furnishing- the people of this plate, tined to become the workshop of the son to conclude that ho would be Lisle, of Scott county; Mrs. C. D. voters of said district, as to whether munity. Now, since you have spoken sease, and in order to cure it you must work thereby indirectly keeping- tho or not spirituous, vinous or malt liq in terms that can not be misunderstood, take inteinal remedies. Hall's Catarrh merchants in a prosperous condition. world." otherwise in the future, if he should Chenault, of Richmond; Mrs. J. R. uors shall be sold, bartered or loaned, remember that it is your duty to see Cure is taken internally, and acts direct- Yet there is some people who believe be elected. He may expect criticism Morton and John Scott at luncheon on in said district, and that the provisions that the law is enforced. Some of the ly on the blood and mucous surfaces. they would do the same amount of busiwe must light Spain, the quicker from many, If but if he is made of the Satui day. Lexington Argonaut. of the local option law and prohibition opposition long ago declared that they Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack ness without the indirect assistance of we get at it the better, says the Lexproper stuff he will be the more deterMr. and Mrs. Lucas Broadhead, neo in said district shall apply to druggists vyer6 goim: to be law breakers if local medicine. It was prescribed by one of ington Observer. The job will become mined to forded thorn by the above companies. win. Shelby News. Miss Breck, of Woodburn, Woodford as well as other retailers. option carried. Doubtless the law has the best physicians in this country for ir.ore difficult through delay. We Jay Ell E Congressional campaigns are be- county, have returned from a delightbeen broken already, but if you, the years, and a regular prescription. It is should strike before Spain concenTake This Advice. best citizens of tho community, will be composed of the best tonics known, trates a strong force of her best ships ginning to warm up. Over in the ful trip of somo four months in Europe. KINGSTON. An elegant line of the Xew-e- st There are not a few young men as earnest as the whiskey men you can combined with the best blood purifiers, in the West Indies. There has not Eighth district McCreary has an- A lady who hes seen Mrs. Broadhead and Latest Patterns m been a day since the blowing up of the nounced himself and has begun his since her return, says she gives a most about town who could save both break up every "blind tiger" in the coun- acting directly on tho mucous surfaces. Leonard Mallicate, who was assaulted race in earnest. Candidates are laying animated and graphic account of her money and health, and, in addition, try. I have no decire to see a mau beMaine that we could not have d The perfect combination of the two in- at Berea about two weeks ago, is slowly HAMBURGS AND LACES, Spain's ship in detail, as they plans in every district and there's go- travels and adventures. They visited win the approval of many sensible come a pauper; but if they, the whis- gredients is what produces such won- improving. came to this side. Had the Maine ing to be "hot times" over tho seats Mr. and Mrs. Henry Deeds, at their people by following this advice given key men, determine to violate the law, derful result in curing Catarrh. Send About two hundred head of cattle country seat and enjoyed a truly gen- in the Atlanta Journal : "Now, young then multiply indictments as long as for been an English or German ship, in Congress. Blue Grass Clipper. testimonials, free. were sold to different parties in this Hox. James B. McCkeaiu is going erous English hospitality. Mrs. Deeds fellers," said the Hon. Spud Hooper in possible, if it takes their last dollar. Havana would have been bombared F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. SPECIAL Line WHITE GOODS in plain and vicinity last week. to make a hot light for Congress iu the h a sister of A. J Alexander, Esq., of his address at the Pino Stump Sunday-schoo- l, I am proud that Madison county has and captured long ago. Sold by druggists, price 75c. aprG lm checked Indian Linens, Check Nansooks, M. D. Settle, our wholesale and retail Woodburn House, Woodford. Mr "when you begin to sprout a oflicers that are not to be led otf by the Eighth. London Kentuckian. Cheek and Striped Dimities, Pereals, Gingmerchant leaves this week for LouisGov. McCreary's announcement as Deeds is a typical Englishman and fol- mustache like the fuz on i green whiskey ring, or anyother ring for that The military information division CORRESPONDENCE. hams, etc. ville to purchase goods. far as I know. Our County of the War Department made public a candidate for Democratic nomina- lows the hounds two or three days 'backer stalk, don't get excited an' matter-sB. B. and Z. M. Boen bought of the table bearing on the stiength of tion for Congress makes the papers every week during the season, and al- try to exhaust the entire cigarette Judge has paid no attention to precedent, though 77 years of ago is a bold rider stock of the earth. Hit's a hopeless but has started out to give every man Pleas Evans, last Friday, twenty-fh- e the militia of the United States in generally say it is McCreary against SILVER CREEK. Also an Elegant Line of Table Linens, They will be here after you his constitutional right and see that the head ot heifers, paying 4 cents per 1897. It also gives data as the number the field. He has made one of the and is generally in at the death. She job. ALL GRADES. done flung up tho sponge and gone laws are enforced. 1 seek this oppertuni-t- y pound. of moil liable for military duty, infor- most efficient Congressman Kentucky would not consent for her husband to mount one of Mr. Deeds' hunters and out o' the smokin' bizziness. An' Mr. Leslie Ballard has a nice new to pay to him the tribute of my highmation in legard to appropritations, ever had. Carlisle Marcury. RED HOUSE. , company encampments and In these stirring times of probable he mildly followed th'o chase in a don't think just bekase you can blow est esteem, and say to you people of buckboarnd. There is no remobilization. The authorized strength war matters political have taken a carriage with the ladies. Their tour smoke throo your nose an' your daddy Yates district, who appreciate his work as was Miss Annie Owens is visiting her of the niiutia of the entire country is back seat. Tho people are thinking more extended as far south as Naples, and has you to feed, that the government as much as I. show your gratitude by ported a few days ago. 1SG,S1S, while the iiirgregato actual about how long it will take the United they sojourned from ten days to two is just eechin' to get your pjctur' on supporting him in this and every good Born to tho wife of Walter Hockaday brother near Winchester strength i& ll:;,7G0, made up as follows: States to lick Spain than they are about weeks in a number of interesting the postage stamps. Of course, every- work. The time when we must ask March 80th a son William Robert. We fear the fruit in this section is body knows you air about forty de- whether or not public men are temperInfantry, 11)0,179; artillery, o.Ooo; who will be their next Congressman. cities. Lexington Gazette. Ballard & Dunn shipped a car load of badly damage by the recent frosts. grees sharper than Solomon, but the ate is here. cavalry, 4,7aS; special troops, 2,270; While little is being said in this district Drs. Price and AVilliams spent a day cattle and hogs to Cincinnati Wednesworld could manage to worry along generals and staff officers, 878; There are others whose names might day. it must be acknowledged that Gov. Mcor so in our midst lately vaccinating. without you if it had to. They hez mentioned, but some were hirelings and d btaff officers, 400. The Creary is dicdedly in the lead foi the Rev. Vv F. Vaughn, presiding elder, Master Leslie A. Ballard has been William Dozier, who was quite low total number of men liable for military Congressional nomination. Every news- conducted communion services at the been great cords an' stacks o' just sech will expect no thanks more than their fellers az you before, an' when they hire. Without the help of the County quite sick for the past ten days but is Sunday with heart trouble, much better. duty in the country is 10.C78 118. State paper Democratic, of course in the Methodist church Sunday morning some better. Mi33es Rella Annie and Katiellugue appropriations made for maintenace of district litis complimeuted him on bis He also preached Sunday evening. kicked the bucket the sun didn't bust Attorney, Mr. Cobb, and tho inimitable ner the earth git out o' socket. She Dr. Young, you, perhaps, would Mr. James C. Adams sold to James Iy have been quite sick recently- - effects, the militia in 1S97 amounted to $2,720,-561- . record in Congress, and while all of them Dr. Vaughn is one of the ablest minisnot mout a wobbled a little, but she stuck have proceeded so smoothly. Parks, of Kingston, 100 barrels of corn of vac:ination. have not announced that they would ters in the M. E. Church Conference. to her proper place, an' I reckon she in the crib at Between the war with Spain.the smallYou have taken the right step toward support him, uoue has been outspoken will continny to stick thar." Mis3 Stella Adams, of M. F. I. has pox excitement, and planting talers." having local option in Madison county, in opposition to his candidacy. Later ij r" lA that is, by beginning at home. You see been at home the past two weeks on ac- we were too bupy to write you last week. the situation may change butat present Sudden Death of a Former Madison Old Uncle Jake Oldham says he heard Quinlky. Mr. and Mrs. John Quin-lein Richmond. the disease is contagious, and Richmond, count of Small-poit looks very much like McCreary. County Man. MANAGER. one of his "gal" read Dr. Young's plan of Wallaceton, are rejoicing over now has something that you can Miss Fannie Mills, was called home Danville Advocate. We are indebted to Squire D. P. Ar- that boast of small-ponot the arrival of their first born, a boy. is not going to from Shelby ville Thursday by the ser- regarcing Cuba and ho thinks that the mer for the following clipping conUnited SUtes had better buy Cuba and Best $2.00 and $2.50 Walton. Mr. and Mrs. AV. P. "Wa- cerning the death of a former Madison let Yates be a head in any particular ious illness of her brother Clest Mills. but have local option before many Main' and Broadway. colonize a few oi these broken down lton, of Stanford, are parents ol another moons. Sincerely, Rev. W. R. Potter has lecently resigncounty citizen. House in Louisville. The clipping was preachers. w J. Robert Boatman. ed his pastorate with his church at Mits Annie Bennett is at home from boy, ho has been named Miller Owsley, mailed to Mr. Armer by a friend in Corbiu, Ky. April 2, '9S. The following conversation occurred for his inother,s grand and greatgrandKirksville, which will take effect about Chillicothe, Mo. It says : Morris Chairs Lexington. between two parties in this neighborfathers, the latter once Governor of Hunter Wins The Oratorical Contest at Lexthe first of May wheu he will take charge hood: Mr. Judge A. R. Burnam was up from "A gloom was cast over tho city this Hk A. Af ?M "Well, Mr. B. what sH Kentucky. The Climax extends its best ington. of a church in West Tennessee. It is Oak and Frankfort Monday. morning on account of the death of mch2 - 6m . about the war?" Mr. B. " wishes to father, mother and the Saturday's Lexington Leader thus with the deepest regret on the part of don't think we'll have any warWell, I John W. Butner at the Sisters' hos Miss Laura Lynn returned Saturday Mahogany, Spain pital in Kansas City last night. Mr. sums up the Oratorical Contest in that the Silver Creek Sabbath School, and deniej. blowing up the ship." from a visit to Lexington. many friends of this place, that the W. B. Leach, of the People's bank, re- city, Friday night, in which Mr. HunRemovable Mr. A. "My God! have they done Link Morgan, of Clay connty. is visceived the following telegram this ter, of Central "University, won the now existing relation must soon termi blown up a ship?" iting friends in the county. Corduroy Bogie. At his home near Berea, morning. Mr. Butner died last night. prize: nate. We feel that his sermons can Capt. J. Speed Smith was in Louis- Thursday, George W. Bogie, of Mr. Garniss W, Hunter, of Central never be surpasseed, and his Christian WACO. liver Funeral Tuesday. Signed. Cushions, ville several days last week. trouble, aged sixty years. He leaves University, won the Oratorical Con- example and influence, rarely, if ever J. L. Bufore.' equalled. "The cause of Mr. Butner's death test at the Opera House last night. Jaa.es Wilcox and sister, Mrs. Sallie Adjustable Back, A Delight- - Dr. C. C. Hooker made a business a wife and several children. There may be equally as trip to Cincinnati last week. The subject of his speech was "ReWest, of Paris, are the guests of Mrs. At his home near Red was strangulated hernia. Three days Dozier. ful Chair, VALLEY VIEW. good and equally as reaMiss Bessie Riddell, of Irvine, is the House, Monday morning, William before his death he was buying horses ligion and Its Relation to Reform." Sallie Maupin. guest of Miss Ida Friend. Paris Re- Dozier, of heart disease, aged about and mules in Central Kansas. He arThe contest last night was the sonable corsets, but our R. C. 11. Covington and family reporter. fifty years. He leaves a wife and rived in Kansas City Friday afternoon eleventh event given under the aspices To the wife of Robt. Burgess the 2nd. turned to Richmond last Saturday after patrons say, and they conof the Association, inst a boy. What has become of Goose Egg seven children. Burial yesterday at and was taken sick that night. a two weeks visit to relations here. stitute a large percentage "John Butner, or, as he was more and it was the first time Central The wife of Eb Gilbert died Owsley? Lancaster paper, please ad- Williams' burying ground on Lexinglast The Waco Baptist Sunday school JUST RECEIVED 25 COUCHES. commonly known, 'Govnor.' came to University has won. ton pike. of this country's populavertise. Tuesday. opened last Sunday at 9:30 a. in. with The Richmond college has come off Goodloe. Maurice, third son of Mr. Chillicothe in 1878. He commenced Mr. J. H. Keff is in New York looktion, that The American , Born to the wife of Clell Witt on the Dillar 1 Fielder Supt., and N. C. Bonny victorious In Chautauquasummercon-testsing alter his shipment and Mrs. Duncan Goodloe died at their life in Livingston county with little assistant. There being a full corps of 1st inst. twin boys. Lady Corset is the be it but strangely it has failed to conhome near Danville, March 20th, in means, but by his industry, economy of poultry. Richard Taylor visited his father teachers and a country full of children, value sold. his twenty-thir- d year. The deceased and superior judgement accumulated nect on the annual inter collegiate a g;rea-- . and lasting good should be ac- NT Mrs. C. D. Chenault and- - children ViOLw-'Schuyler Taylor and family last week. was a splendid young man and loved a comfortable competency. His popu spring events. complished. returned yesterday from a visit in by B. TV. TURNER, Therefore, when their man won last H. H. Poston who has been living all who knew him. He was a larity was proven by the fact that he Woodford county. Died. On Friday morning at half grandson of Mrs. Olivia Gregory and was mayor of Chillicothe for three sue night it was more than the ordinary here for six years has moved his family This one full size, upholstered in 1U1 past ton o'clock, at the homo of her Mrs. Vernon Beggs, nee Mabell has many other relatives in this coun- cessive terms- - Mr. Butner was born eagerness that the boys seized up their to Lawrenceburg where Mr. Poston AGENT. ported corduroy, splendid springs, has grandfither, Terrill, after a short visit here left for ty. C. C. Maupin, Sudie T., in Madison county, Ky., in 1831. He winner and insisted upon carrying him accepted a lucrative position. St. Louis last Wednesday. daughter of Wells. Hon. W. C Wells, form was married to Miss Hannah Mc Will- through the crowds off the stage and The people olt his place should take a infantafter a short but James Wilcox of w Paris beagtiful service white and drab. . Miss Fannie Wallace has returned erly of this county, died at his home iams in October 1753. They had two to the Phoenix Hotel in triumph. Same couch with dress box uphols-greater interest in our manufacturing Saturday afternoon by Rev. Howes of There he was the man of the hour plants as the interest of Valley - . .$ 800 from Paint Lick and taken her position in Platte City, Mo., March tered iu denim . . 20. aged children; Almira C., wife of S.R. Parks View College Hill, the little one was . . . . 12 00 at the Armer jewelry store. Corduroy laid to Saw a dim light like a dark lantern The Mangrove and the Bache were 63. Deceased was a cousin of C. T. now of Fort Smith, Ark., and Eliza- until in sheer self defense he had to and her people are built up by them. 20.(0 Full Size Leather Couch . . .. rest in the Parkes burying ground, be and man, fired upon him but he made ordered to Havana last night. Mr. Hugh Haganleft for Richmond, Wells, of this city, and was born in beth J. wife of J. Ii, Buford, of Kansas tear himself away and make for his Mrs. Mary Smith etopped off here side her mother who had preceded her his escape. Mr. Beasley had considNOTE CAREFULLY his old home, where he will re- Madison county in 1834. He accumu City. Mrs. Butner died in Kansas City room. from Somerset and SDent a fW a few weeks. erably money with him in one of th Mr. Hunter deported himself gracea few years ago. main for some time. Corbin News. lated quite a fortune as a merchant, Young Democracts of Lexington and We are offering this week days' with her son, Hamilton E. Smith. stores at Paint Lick the night before "Mr. Butner was appointed coaloil fully on the stage, and he had the adFayette county vill meet tonight to orA 3 Piece Chamber Set, for . . . $12.50 Miss Bessie Miller, of Richmond, and later entered politics, servingjiis She left Saturday for her home at for paying off his tobacco hands which WHITES STATION. vantage of being possessed of both 13.50 A Beautiful Side Board ganize a club. spent a few days last week with her people as both Legislator and Senator. iuspecterof Kansas City by Irvine. perhaps led to the attempted robbery.' 75 A Nice Dining Chair, for good voice and pleasant delivery. Stone in 1893." Wheat is looking well over the Burdette. On Thursday last W. A Delightful Rocker, for . . . . 2.50 sister, Mrs. J. S. Winn. Winchester The Sawmills, received a small supply Wm. Ballard, colored, living- - with Mr. Hunter is a resident of Harrods-burSun. H. Burdette, one of Rerea's best citi Lexington Opera House Damaged by Students. I county, In the Senate the Maine disaster is A Rocker Upholstered Seat and of logs last week. Valley View's inter-ehis mother-in-laalthough a native of Georgetown, at Farristowu, a neBack in Leather, for - . . . . 3.48 Mr. W. J Wilson, of Indianapolis, zens, departed this life for the great Ballaxd & Dunn shipped a is based on business done by the The following article taken from Ky. gro burg of about 300 population, near pushed to the front and :pain held di- d A Comfortable Full Size Baby beyond. Deceased was fifty-fiv- e reotly responsible: years Friday's Lexington Argonaut of hogf , to Cincinnati last week. Carriage, for 4.50 Ind., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. "Whites Station, was reported to the He attended Hogsett Academy, shows soldier and a the disgraceful conduct Theo. Wilson, of Station Camp, last of ago, an A 6 Piei-- Polished Frame Parlor Mr. .r. E. Maupin, Postmaster and Board of Health as being a suspect of that is pracin his earlier days, then Awarded prominent G. A. R. man. His death ticed by college Suit Upholstered in Tapestry . 29.00 week. merchant, here don't allow any Farris-to- n small-postudents on occasions went to Harrodsburg Academy, and in, Highest Honors World's Dr. Gibson and others Congressman Bailey opposes further Fair. Mr3. M. II. Pigg and daughters, was due to injuries received during of this kind. We do not pretend to Ib'JS entered the University of came out Saturday and pronounced it negotiations with "the butchers of citizens to come in his store. Our stock is full of choice . spam. Misses Delia and Ollie, aro visiting the war, and for which he drew a pen- say the students of Central .at O. 0 McWilliams, at a bad ease, whereupon he was at once new ideas, found here ex- Col. W. B. Wilkerson's family in,Lox sion of $30 a month. Burial Friday are guilty of such charges,University graduatingMinneapolis. He intended nor do we from this institution, but ill uarooursviUe, Isspendiug a few days taken to tho peat house. A negro in the Berea Cemetery. attempt to clear them; but simply health drove him back to Kentucky woman from Richmond, suppoed'to clusively and offered at Established House witn njs jamuy at White's Station. , Galloway. At his noine, near reprint the Argonaut's comments and he matriculated with Central Uni Grade Man or Woman. be Jane JTurner, who is now in the . Messrs. Hugh G. McElwaine ami' eocwi flhnrrh fj,nr?frf- - tn of Paint XIck, picked prices that will suit your Matt Cohen are in New York City, Paint Lick, Friday, John W. Gallo- verbatim : act as Manager here, and do i versity in.the senior class last fall and up a vtjccine poiut lying- on the coun pest house, was in the Glade for smne correspondence at their home. office work and Businesa way, aged about forty-fiv- e years. "The Lexington Opera House this will graduate this year with the defancy. See us for your with a handsome consignment of sad- His ter in i'lsh's drugstore and taking it time recently and Wm. Ballard, among 5K. S"!H nP aad Mtablished aero. Salary Enclose was due to a surgical oper- morning looked more like a place gree of Bachelor of Arts. stamped enveldeath and harness horses. to be a toothpick began to make use others, visited at her home This ope for our terras to A. P. T. Elder. General spring purchases we will dle ation for fistula. A wife and three where several hundred hoodlums nad is thoughjho be the origin of the case. Manager. 1S9 Mlchlgaa Avenue, Chicago, He will next year take a three years Mr.E. G. Parri8h, member of Co- children are left to mourn his loss. congregated .Floor. of it. It is useless to say that his apr6-3More cages are likely to follow and and engaged in a save you money. course at Columbia Unillector Yerkes' revenue force, was at He was at one time magistrate of mouth know small-po- x proof. the fight, than a place where gentle versity, New York. much Snsiness is felt. Surrounding home last Friday. He has been trans- Glade district, and was as the time of men had congregated to listen to an last Snday night,-- week ago, Mr. citizens jjixye quarantined against Mr. Hunter is tli6 winner of several ferred Irom Tyrone to Camp Nelson. R. If. Jaasley,- - the tobacco merchant Farristown his death a prominent farmer and oratorical contest. L declamatory contests and liaspresided and will not even Mr. Richard Phelps came in from stock dealer. His remains were inof Pais t lick, was awakeaed. shortly negro conje apoa t'hir premises.. let a 'One dozen of the handsome opera as representative in the SevRichmond Mondey. He said he was terred in tho Richmond Cemetery chairs in aftr it irmgfrom tfee odorV eral fronijlhere should be taken te the were broken (;to Declamatory contests of the Blue small-pox- , from the ' pieces and the broken pieces scattered Grass .League. He is a member ot the in house of teteton. ! fleeinga different story. Blue but we Saturday with Masonic honors. hear, Grass His wife was a Miss Fieh, sister of over tne nouae. The font raaie from D. K.'E. fraternity sadaW Uurtxmi lb keyfaohj by wdh om MADE. Goivr W mw . fc..x . Clipper. Tkmnlw Poll n t.w P!torV Oarlut TWeY- m ii utLutus ot . 4.wu, -to rob bun. mtA - Infr . iiama .ilh. . .' mummm.. . wA .. i. ml. uurs were Broses !w soeietyman. s - ,j! ' wilbii . ii ... u Afwt CrtpeOerm eg Tatar fWdar. . j w.w... we -i me ,' KY. XXINGT05f, ,., iim hu . i ... OT B wakflK, at. 1... wmoota. Atom i mf Sir Kaifcht W. R. Johwton, of Leb U! city. nm ruiiiinaiT r ' many pUewjp tbeJtottM wh Btenti . . -Tiw gold. Wua'wea ImvkfrtM mmvm v p - clast, published in Texas, and who was a fearless writer, attacking society m.n -i ia.r.isM i.mi n iwi. - . and almost everything else, has at rDBUaUKDCVKKY WEDNESDAY BY last met with the fate of such newspaThe Climax Printing Co. per men. In a street light with Capt. W. T. Davis, at Waco, ho was shot through the lung, leg and both arms, -P- ropHctors and Editors, tMILLER death resuling a few hours later. a E. WOODS, Associate Editor. Capt. Davis received several wounds survived Brann only a few hours. PRICE PER YEAR, $1.50. andhis dying statement Davis accused In manager, of WEDNESDAY. APRIL IS, - - 1898. Ward, Brann's business firing the fatal shot and he was ar ..- The Richmond Climax. .1.1 .jl"iTJ- W. C. Brann, editor of th8 Icono- anon, was here yesterday to interest the Knights Templar in the excursion from Lebanon to the Encampment at Maysville. W. E.' Cabell, who has been for somo weeks visiting his old home in Green county, returned to Middles-borougvia Pulaski, Tenn., this week. Pinevillo Courier. Dr. L. H. Blanton, chancellor of Central University, was in the city Mrs. Kelly, of RichWednesday mond, is a guest of her mother, Mrs. John Monson. Cynthiana Democrat. Mr. C. D. Chenault, of Richmond, came over Saturday and bought 500 nice nowlights to stock his pond with here. He says he will have the pond guarded night and day for two years. Fort Garrett cor. Lexington Argo h, America's Greatest Medicine is Hood's Sarsaparilla, Which absolutelye illness, aged about He had J been confined for many months and Cures every form of? bore his suffering with great fortitude. Impure blood,, from Deceased was a most excellent citizen and bore the resLect of all. His wife The pimplej on your and daughter, Mrs. Lillie Gosser, Face to tjie great him. Burial took place in College Hill cemetery Monday. Funeral Scrofula sore which services were conducted by Rev. Drains your system. of the Methodist church. "Thousands of people 'Squire Armer Gone. Testify that! Hood's Squire D. P. Armer left for Cincinnati Sarsaparilla cures Monday where he has associated himself with a patent gas burner company Scrofula, Salt Rheum, and where he will reside in tho future. naut. Dyspepsia, Malaria, He left his jewelry store in charge of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Oldham arrived Mrs. D. P. Armer and Miss Fannie Wal Catarrh, Rheumatism, in Lexington Saturday night from lace who will close the stock out at cost. And That Tired Texas, where their marriage took Mr. Armer has been a resident of Richplace on the 24th. On a pleasure trip mond for more than a quarter of a cenFeeling. Remember this to Mexico, at a stop at Lancaster, tury and has, friends here by the score And get Hood's Texas, the young man's tate came into who regret his departure For many And only Hood's. the car with a party of tourists. Mr. years he was a memoer of the fiscal Nathaniel Thompson, well known throughout the county as the champion fisherman, died at his home near Doylesville Sunday last, after a long forty-fivur-vi- vo - thing of beauty. It is set with diamonds and pearls and tho artistic work of its get Up is very attractive indeed. A rWl i We Advertise Foots It ond Foots OB is t '?l s Low Prices and Good Goods 'aW 3R SS to-da- y .sla. .n ene-my- ,s To-da- y p one-doll- ar MCK Tar ''Vi''W&''WV&' Corner, us us si s s j ys s vs s sa -ai " J' party-prejudic- e, fcaj-6- - specm is tor This Week. ETC. des-tioye- o offii-prs- small-pox'he- re WHITE & RELIGIOUS. Dillingham Corner. GIBSON, $1-7- C.f.Brower&Co, BIRTHS - ,..." fc v y, x PERSONAL,. new-son- DEATHS. rn, 6.15. uKrasv Alt Inter-Collegiat- e eemi-month- ly J. .ii-- PRICE, $7.50. : (ORSETS 2yW J en-rou- te to-da- y, .... ex-Go- v. g. st w car-loa- Har-rodsbu- e ox-uni- on x. 3Iin-neso- ta store-keep- er tUCET CREAM Hen-ryLusk- "DattaASS - al-5- dr IH-F- irst ni free-for-a- ll post-gradua- te BAKING a Inter-Schola?-t- ic the-parqu- -- .- it ,- .'-.- stasitic MKB JFMWCT CT4 Eggs for Sale! f -- et w-ft- r . $ " p. wt, n n Mi l"j vs- 4 YUdtS Trlk mmwimor m Jii.ilir miUL iir -- iH.nv - .j.fL wawufjn & n WSESWSSS' ' fWfm nut. c (VVrt n Z Vi V .".- - r, G Hl t ?K "'".;" ""'",' '" f It ,, fssssl bbibI fs77R71R7?KKKKJR M Mi Ml Vi VaV V fl MfMrV Ir i 7i INVITATIONS MV We cordially invite you to look through our different lines for Spring before buying elsewhere. We esteem it a pleasure to show our Goods and will endeavor to make your dealings with us both pleasant and profitable. See Our v1,,. ,i FOR W-NJKMjKM- t F .. '' " '' "7"IJWHII " r"Tiririr'-iriiv The Berea Post Office. '" SPRING! As yot the Boreapost office flght has not beeu settled, Congressman Davison seeming to bo in a hnnds-omood. There are a number of anxious appli cants waiting to hear what their fate shall be The time of Mr. A. T. Fish, tho iucumbont, oxpired several weeks ago and it was thought the matter would bo settled ere this. The office is second in importance and pays almost a round thousand dollars per fl year. Z t ITS - ALL - OVER ' --Has NOW! '"IPv T 1 lyHi fS.M Convicts May Volunteer. Hlbes X)aWs, $5SSSSSSSSSSSSSSS&SSS4J3SSSSSSSSS?g i" fl T.fl.fliflfi' MWMAVW I Ch&inless Nt' Bicycle Bicycle Shoes. &i&Tai&e,L I Shoes a Dr. A. II. Stewart, formerly of this city, but now Warden of the Frankfort Penitentiary, has asked Governor Bradley to suspend the sentence of convicts who desiro to join a company of volunteers in case war is declared. Tho terms are that the suspension shall cease aud all convict soldiers are to bo returned inside the walls when peace is declared. Dr. Stewart proposes to assume command of the company. Took it Easy. f0 lQ a trade an e holiday trade have come to a close, and having had the largest and most successful season during its business career, the Busy Bee Cash Store decided to commence the greatest- - LOSING Specialty. SSSMSSSSSSSSSSS$SS$SS$$$S$J "Whilo K. C. Engleman, who lives in UT AND CLEARAN CE 'EVER HELD IN THE CITT7 SALE i T, V! iSSSSSS5SSSSSS55SSSSSSS5SS BOUQLA RIGHT COMPAKoo. Mj M) Vft Vjfc N Mfc W NJ! Vj Mj Mfc g VJi fl $ the watermelon house on Mr. D. W. Vandoveer's place, was eating breakfast yesterday morning, the house caught fire, but Mr. Engleman did not intend to have a good breakfast spoiled in tha t way. so ho calmlv fln- , ished his repast and then proceeded with assistance to extinguish the This is almost a counterpart , flames. of the storv of tho woman who was when the news came that her j dining husband had been killed. "Wait till I finish," jjaiil sheas she continued to eat, "and you will hear me 6crcam 'louder that any woman that ever lost a husband before. "Stanford Journal. I Not a Single Item in this Great Store has escapeed the keen edge of onr sharp knife. v j&y but went jlown the line and applied tho cold steel to each and every department ia the house. Tho cost of coods in many departments entirely lost sight of. our object being to close out the entire line. We did uot stop at Overcoats, Clothing and Cloaks, If you haven't bought your winter dre.s goods, dres trimmings or silks, come and get them. Don't think you haven't got the money, for just a little money goes a long way. in this department. You can buy a grain sack full of shoes and boots for what a few pair formerley cost you. We are selling in this great cut price sale good heavy, winter shoes Tor ladies at 69c per pair. Good winter boots for men at $1.1? per pair. Children's shoes almost put in to fill up the sack. Our Overcoats and Cloaks have been slaughtered unmercifully. They all'go out at less than the former price, and many of them almost given away to clean them up. Many of "the very best things are still to he had in this lino and those who have waited until now to buy will reap a B ricu harvest. The Richmond Climax. tt LUSESDAY. APRIL G -- Read George Wilding's ad in issue of the Climax. this See local ail. ol Mrs. Lucy Matin's Millinery opening for Friday and Satur i - 1S9S. Advertisements will be received THE CLIMAX with the guar- 3 antee that its circulation exceeds 3 tltat of any other paper published 5 y 3 in Richmond. 5 dav next. City As:psor J. H.i Kennedy is list c taking the school census. The year. will compare with that of last J? No special increase or decrease. C The Daughters of the Confederacy C will meet at Dr. Poyntz's home office c Friday morning at 10 o'clock. All members requested to be present. Postmaster Willis has opened the window in the east side of the designed and made for stamps, and stationed a deputy there. A decided improvement. Heretofore the stamps ami general delivery have been consolidated. Application for renewal of whisky licence was refused "W. I Kelly, of Clay's Ferry, by Judge Sullivan, Monday, the applicant not being able to show feasible reasons why a saloon should be operated at that point. Cln3's Ferry has not been dry for eighty years. Elsewhere in the Climax will be found an advertisement for Mrs. M. F. Arbuckle, in which she is advertising her Plymouth Rock chickens. She recently received from N. B. Thompson, of New York, a cockerel that cost $10. Should any of our readers desire to purchase chickens or eggs, they could not do better than send their orders to her. J. X. Turner, Jr., and Hugh B. Fleece are attending school at Richbroke mond, Ky. When the small-po- x out there in the negro portion of town there was a general scare and the boys thought once of coming home. But the college being on one side of the town a good ways out and the pest house beiog on the other side of the town, they thought it safer to stay at the college than to run the nauntlet. They did the wise thing. Campbells-vill-e post-oiiic- D andruff is Jjisease The beginning of baldness is dandruff. Keep the scalp clean and promote the growth of the hair by the vsc of ''TKTRWTRfKTRTKvl Va tf 9 6' i 6 MS'Nti keen-edge- d !k four The tariff on woolen goods does not effect the prices, in this sale, as we have applied our knife to the carpet stock and if possible cut deeper than any other department. If you need any carpets for your houses this spring buy them during this sale and save 25 per cent. Nice bleached table damask. 23c per yard; good red table cloth, full width, fast colors, 17c per yard; good outing black cotclolh will he sold at 4c per yard; full ton, clear of dressing, only 4c per yarn; Ureen Ticket e Sea Island cotLonsdale, only 0c per yard; nice ton, 4c per yard. Take advantage of this big sale and buy your calicos for comforts at our cut prices. ynrd-wid- o yard-wid- m Jf w 1 U Right. jfycr's J&zr Small-Pox tgor Mm "VJ "WE We will offer during this sale one lot of about 400 pair ladies' at C9c per pair. There :s not a slipper in this lot that is not worth from $1.25 up to $2 50. but suses are all broken and the lot is eomposedofsever.il different kinds. Tan. black, white and all colors and shapes. Look through this lot while in tho house, we want to ctocethem out. lr. llobson, Dentist, Richmond, niarS lyr e Excitement on The Wane. Squire I). P. Armor has closed his a and is selling out at cost. Ir you want a com planter se the icw Haworth at D. B Shackelford & Before selecting your spring suit. ail on Chas. Jacobs' the Main Street elec-ii'-ns The vigilance of the health officials aud citizens generally has not abated and as a resujt the disease has been kept in bounds and there is great hope that the malady has been brought under the control of the physicians. BULIiKTIN. yi means to be rectty- - dressed and perfectly fitted. Where, outside of our store, will you get the careful attention wet;ivc jou as to every detail being absolutely right? What we have left in underwear will be sold at the following prices: Children's 10c vests at 5c; 15c vests at 10c; 25c vests at 15c; ladies' 25c vests at 15c; 40c vests at 24c; 50c vests at 29c; men's 155c ribbed vests at 2;?o; men's 50c ribbed vest8at39c; men's 75c and $1 vests will be closed at one prioe, 49c; drawers to match all vests, same price as vests. -- Men's suits and parts of suits will be sold iu this sale Children s knee suits awl .. emtio a.f..i .110. ...v mu uiitM Uk iuiuii iiii. tjj a J niir Rteol. at ridiculously low prices. .v.i-'....- 'imm i k . Cases from beginning 38; Xo. SO. to-da- y are just as much interested in having-yousuit fit perfectrSSSSSSSKSS$$SSS$SS sss 4.1 r rt$Lr VL.-- S.f. F?!C!ftfrA3 iSZ.ta .tilor. There will be no more school in June, the time having been i han"vd to October. Seo mall advertisement for pro-p- i aK to furnish supplies for the Gov-- . Suspects from beginning GO; Xo. today 31. Very sick from beginning 13; Xo. to-d- 5. Xo new cases for three days. to- rnmt'iit Building. Why hold claims when Thomas J. 2t Jr., will cash them? A number of new and attractive awnings are being added by Second ..ii. Main street merchants. Miuth, 1 Deaths day 0. to-da- from beginning 1; Xo. From city from beginning 34; Xo. y 0. 0. to-da- ly as YOU are. Good fitting' clothes arc commenced on, j'our friends notice it, you come back to us, your friends follow you. Even in the face of these facts you pay less for our clothing- than elsewhere. These are the points that have made our store the success it is to-day. S In this sale you can get good men's hats at .7)c; real fur hats for men, nobby and stylish, at C9c. You can save from $1 to $4 on a trunk by taking advantago of this cut prioe sale. Even before going to print people are staring in amazement at the low prices we are naming on goods and a- - this sale will be thoroughly advertised, our house will he jammed with eager purchasers. So get m line and follow tho crowd. Get your plate of the peaches and cre'im we are giving away before it is all gone. Thanking you before hand for your patronage of this sale and for your liberal past favors, we are very respectfully, From county from beginning 34; Xo. to-day have the stock of Brown cultivators t ever brought to this market. Vandiver corn planters with or w tthout check rowers cheaper at D. 1' Shackelford & Co.'s. than ever be--f D B. Shackelford & Co. Number discharged 8; Xo. Xumber recovering 25; Xo. 25. y to-da- 0. y 1 irj-'-- r. .; Take your city and county claims t ) Thomas J. Smith, Jr , who will pay 2t ih f jr same. I). B. Shackelford & Co. wishTo t'.ank the people for their promptness in placiui: their orders for Deering Har esters. Those who have examined the f uit trees report the freeze of last duesday and Thursday uiiht did not kill the fruit. Chas. Jacobs, the fashionable Main Mreet tailor, it turning out the ever seen in Richmond. I.xamine his samples. Constaole W. L. bimmons has purchased through real estate agent s. F. Rock, the Thomas Chenault property on Second street. Price paid $2.0C): Thomas J. Smith. Jr., will buy all city and county claims. Oflice on 2t Mam street. -- Times-Journa- l. Millinery Opening. hand-s.iuie- st and Saturday, April Sth and flth, I will give an opening of the latest and most stylish millinery. Everybody is cordially invited to come and inspect whether they purchase or not. Miss Emma Willis, an experienced trimmer, has been engaged for the season. Mks. Lucy Maun, On "Friday Main street. Mexican Wteran's Association. The annual convention of the Mexican Veterans will be held at Harrods-bur- g this ear. Friday, September 20, Postponed. is the date. Mr. Joe. Sohathauseu, the polite The declamatory contest wh'ich was to and accommodating diug clerk of T. S. have been held at the Court House the n Hagau'b, has resigi.ed, Mr. first of this month between Prof. Chandwill take a month's vacation ler's Preps aud Prof. J. D. Clark's Caldbefore embarking n business. well representatives has been postponed Correspondents of this paper will until the latter part of Apiil. The on please mail their comunications so as postponement has been announced conditions. us not later than Monday-noon- . account of present small-poto reach If they come in later than that they arc likely to be crowded out. Upon resignation of Geo. T. Little Extensive preparations are being as janitor of the Richmond Public made for Easter services and an en- Building, the Secretary of the Treastertainment at Mt. Pleasant church ury appointed Chas. Stone, colored, to next. Rev. Mr. Campbell, the the position. The appointee formerly pastor, is promoting the pleasant held, this place until forced to give it up to his successor. He is a diligent, work. Shackelford &Co. say they faithful man, aud his appointment is a D. B. recomhave taken more orders for Deering popular one. Postmaster Willis him. bemended Harvesters this season than ever Dr. Hagerman To Be Selected. fore, which looks as if the farmers excrop and want the pect a big wheat The Lexington Leader announces a best machine to handle it with. meetiug of the Board of Directors of when a It is not generally known that in Hamilton College for of Pythias and President, a successor to the late J. B. case of war the Knights B. C. Y. M. I. are the fourth bodies upon Skinner, will he elected. Itev formerly Principal of Madiwhich the United States relies. Alter Hagerman will be chosen. the regular army comes the State son Institnte, this city, Mrs. J. B. Skinner, who has been at of Veterans aDd malitia, then theSms College sines the death Sous of the Confederacy and college the head of the her husband, will be retained by Dr. of cadets. young men wish to know HagcrmaiK If the The Fish Law. which of the girls have holes in their to stockings, all they have to do is It shall be unlawful for any person according to an or persons to catch or destroy fish in keep their eyes open, exchange, which says a girl who gig- any of the running waters, lakes or gles in church is almost sure to have ponds, other than private ponds, of holes in her blockings, for she is not this State by menus of a seine, net, other than a dip net, drop or trap, exworth a darn. cept streams forming boundary lines W. L. White, the fellow who between this and other States. Any several parties in Scott county, one thus offending shall, on convic with bogus insurance promises, was tion, be fined not less than $25 nor arrested in Louisville for swindling. more thau $50 for each offense, and "While in that city he pretended to be of prosecution." an asent for some Catholic paper. He cost Wheal in The County. fellow who was is probably the same some time ago anu lasen arrested here The Climax has made late inquiries to Bicbmond where he was fined for of the growing wheat crop in Madison jumping his board bill. Winchester county and it is a pleasure to receive Democrat. such flattering reports as are coming p. Palmer has moved his in almost daily. Kot for years has E. for an extraordinary jield handsome line of jewelry into the the outlook street, and been so auspicious. There is a promBright building on Main largest yield for twenty extends a cordial Invitation to the ise of the present conditions conyears and if public to call and examine the most fchalf not be disappointed in complete lino of jewelry ever brought tinue we worth your expecting a mammoth crop. Farmers to KichmoiHL It k well hopeful view of the .futime to call And look through his line take a rather anticipating an avsrafe price of of Spring novelties, to say nothing of ture cents, r sevty-fiv- e diamonds, watches, clocks, and other not lees .than oorapars cwmtf fro thr valuable awi pretty things only to be R ' t with eeen in Eiobmwb Palmer's. Schaf-hausex to-da- y, . The outlook good. ' Everything points to the speedy suppression of the disease. We feel ? 7$ 7? g of that with tho hearty all business citizens the end is near and all danger will be over. Business Lexington Gels The Odd Fellows Home. can be taken up, people invited to The Committee to determine tho lotown, and everything will move on as before. J. M. Povtz. cation of the Odd Fellows Home met at Louisville Saturday, and by a vote Like Dr. Roberts May Be This Looks of seven for Lexington, four for BowlVindicated. V deDr. Roberts, of this city, has been ing Green and one for Millersburg, cided to locate the Home at Lexington. notified by the State Board of Health that, unless hu desists at once from It was decided to buy a farm not less "misrepresenting the facts in regard than thirty acres nor more than one to an epidemic disease now prevailing hundred. Lexington offered $14,000, "Wesleyan in Madison county,' he "will bo cited Millersburg offered the old College and five acres of ground and to appear before the Board at its next meeting to show cause why your li- Bowling Green offered S15.294. The Odd Fellows of the state have raised cense shall not be revoked." $23,000, making a total of $37,000 with Dr. Roberts replied politely that while he still entertains the opinion which to buy and build. Severely Injured held ail along by him, that small-po- x does uot exist in Madison county, he On Sunday morning about 3 o'clock will cheerfully bow to the order of the Brute "Winkler, and Arch Alverson, powers that be. colored, of this place, and Abner In this connection we copy from the Long, of the Ruthton locality, engaged Louisville Times this extract from the in a street fight in which Harlan Times: Winkler struck Long with a rock, AFllIOAN ITCH. fracturing his left cheek and putting "The disease which is prevailing his eye out. Long was taken to the in the South among the negro miners, Infirmary and is reported to be in a and which has caused so much ex- critical condition. AVinkler was arcitement at Middlesborough and other rested and placed under a $250 bond mining towns, has at last been named for his appearance. Alverson was 'African itch,' and it is a remarkable lodged in jail. Night watchman, Evfact that not a white person has yet erett Berry, says he thinks the flght taken it, and of all the negroes who came up over gambling. have taken it not one has yet died, so Circuit Court Continued Until September. far as reported." "With the exception of the equity A Dead Infant Found. docket and ompaneling the grand jury The decomposed body of an infant on the third Monday in this month, was discovered in the creek beyond Circuit Court has been continued until the gas works on Sunday morning, the regular September term. Tho folby a boy who, in playing in the stream, lowing is the order: lifted a stone off a sack which conState of Kentucky, tained the corpse. Coroner Brown Madison Circuit Court. reports that the infant was a mulatto April 4, 189S. female, and was about one week old Ordered that criminal and ordinary at death, which must have occurred docket of the present April term be a month ago. continued until the September term Farmers Should Shell Their Corn. and assigned to the corresponding has often been hinted by those days of the September term for trial, It who have tested the thing that if the except the ordinary appearance docket corn is to be sold it will pay to shell it. at this term which will be called on pounds of shelled the third Monday of tho present term There are fifty-si- x corn in a bushel. When it is sold in for issues. A Copy Attest the ear from seventy to seventy-fiv- e S. H. Tjiorpe, Jr., This would maue pounds are taken. Clerl: M. C. C. appear that from fourteen to twenty it ponnds in a bushel are cobs. Now those who have tested it say there are but seven to ten pounds of cobs. Tims if corn were 25 cents per bushel, the farmer would lose three to four cents Should be In every family na medicine chest and every per bushel by selling it in the ear. I g traveller's grit. They are W II to New York. mm I A ftffll I & m llSHBll, evottfovs 7? Wv r n r c r v r M & COMPANY Now is The Time Tfs f 7f ?K A little boy asked for a bottle of "get up in the morning as fast as you can," the drugcist recognized a household namo for "DeWitt's Little Early Risers" and give him a bottle of thoe famous little pills for constipation, sick headache, liver and stomach troubles. Douglas & Wines, Druggist They can do tho best work who know best how to rest. If You Wish, to I!c Mel! You must fortify your system against the attacks of disease. Your blood must be kept pure, your stomach and digestive organs in order, your appetite good. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the medicine to build you up, purify and enrich your blood and give you strength. It creates an appetito and gives digestive power. Hood's are the favorite family cathartic, easy to take, easy to operate. Pills It Ten vessels for the auxiliary fleet bought at New York yesterday. Sometimes it seems to weary woman that she certainly give up. The simplest and easiest work becomes an almost insurmountable task. Nervousness, sleeplessness and pain harras hor and life seems hardly worth the living. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription was made for her. The former is for ills distinctly feminine, the other for her general system. Together they supply a scientific and successful course of treatment. The "Favoite Precription" restoies healthy, regular action to the organs distinctly feminine. It forces out all impurities, strengthens the tissues, allays inflammation. The "Golden Medical Discovery" makes appetite, helps digestion, promotes assimilation, tills out the hollows in cheeks and neck with good solid flesh and brings back the gladsome glow of girlhood. stamps to Send 21 cents in World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y., and receive Dr. Pierce's 1008 page Common Senco Medi1 1 cal Adviser, illustrated. It is a difference of opinion that one-cehore-racin- g. To purify your blood with Hood's Sarsaparilla. March, April, May arc tho trying months of the year. At this season your blood is loaded with impurities which have accumulated during tho winter, and these impurities must be immediately expelled. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the One True Blood Purifier. It is the medicine with has accomplished tunny thousand of ramarkable euros of all blood diseases. It is what the millions take in the spring to build up health and ward off sickness. mar9-l- m ". A eeaacaaeaaaaseo, . OIIKtlttSI. A " ::::;; Everybody Knows fF Ii I o Planters Cuts, Burni, Bruises, Rheu CUBAN OIL Price, cures matism and Sores. Sold by Perry & Thomas, Buccessors to W. G. White. 25 cents. free-for-a- ll People who think before they speak always manage to economize on talk. When Traveling CAscAKETsstimulateliver, kidneys and or business, bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. Whether on pleasure bent mavl-ltake on every trip a botnle of S3 rup of 10c. Figs, as it acts most plaasantly and efIce in winter and banana skins in fectually on tho kidneys, liver, and summer have much to do with the bowels, preventing fevers, headaches, downfall of man. Ex. and other forms of sickness. For sale in 50 cent bottles by all leading drugTetter, and Kczcma. gists. Manufactured by the California The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed aprG-lFig Syrup Co. only. by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Many very bad cases A clear conscience furnishes the best Sl:in Ointment. have been permanently enrtd by it. It digestion for dinner. ia equally efficient for itching piles and Don't Tobacco Spit End Smoke Your Lifs Away. a favorite remedy for sore nipples; It you waut to quit tobacco usintr easily chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and forever, bcmadewell.strong, maguetic, and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. full of new life aud vigor, take tuat nailccs weak men tho Dr. Cady'tf Condition strong. Many gain ten pouuds in ten days. just what a noree needs Powders, are when in bad of your Over 100,000 cured. Buy Tonic, blood purifier and drucgwt, under guarautco to cure, G0o or condition. They are not food but 51.00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. vermifuge. Sterling itemedyCo.,Clncauo or New York. medicine and tho best in use to put a hor3e in prime condition. Price 25 Loafing is a hard business to learn. cents per package. It takes all vour time. DICUMOND, KY., 5, 1SDS. SEALED M. L. Yocura, Cameron, Pa., says "I " proposals will be APRIL at this building received p. m., Saturday, April years, trying most uniil 2 o'clock,fuel, lights, water, ice, 16, lSg8, was a biifferer for ten for furnishing supplies, washing towcU, hauling all kinds of pile remedies, but without makes ashes, and sprinkling streets for this building success. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve during the fiscal year ending Jane 30, 1899, or When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, was recommended to me, I used one such portion of the year as may be deemed The right to reject any and all bids candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. box. It has effected a pennanent cure." advisable. by the Treasury Department. J. B. is reserved may 5 lyr WILLIS, Custodian. As a permanent cure for piles DeWitt's He who never drives his work is al- Witch Hazel Salve has no equal. DougCheap Paints ways driven by it. las & Wines, Druggist. on y Snlt-Itheu- m c, The best cross for us is tho one will soonest kill our selfinhness. that Our Spring Stock is now open and ready for inspection. PRICES WAY Suits for Everybody. Hats for Everybody Furnishings' El wonder-worke- r, We are busy arranging our stock and making low prices on everything. Come and look at them. DOWN.! M Everybody. raiscel-laneo- apr8-2- w NUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep Hood's E3 I sia, Constipation and Indi gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Sold by PerTy & Thomas, successors to W. G. White. Suspicion is a heavy armor, and with its own weight impedes us more. Shipped ded u. Ke-por- fc tH. '' last Messrs. Spratly McElwaine shipped from this city 20 head of fine Kentucky saddle and harness horses to the American Horse Exchange, to be put on the New York mar ket. Among the lot was the greatshow jnare Cleopatra 1353 carrying with her the distinction of more show blood than any mare or horse living in her views, and tracing to more noted anchestere than any maro or horse now existing, from Gaines' Denmark to Chester Dare, you have an unborken line of blue ribbon winners, she having made the circuit of 1890-7- , without meeting defeat, coming in contact with such horses as Miss Bartle, Rex McDonald, and others. The balance of the consignment is the highest grade of Kentucky horses and wiil be much sought for among the buyers of fancy individuals. The stock isin charge ot Mr. Hugh Dickinson, who as a conditioner can not be beaten, which assures thaBer8 that thelchorees will be up ia the pink of conditioa at all times. iif;JfattUebea also shipped with the, abeve ; thre No. Leaddle and laaraeae On Wednesday & M luraluable when, the ttomach Is out ot order; cure headache, biliousness, and and, efficient. 25 centi 111 lirer troubles, lilld There is n6 promise in the Bible for the man who wants to eat bread without earning it. "When your stomach begins to trouble you, it needs help. The help it needs, is to digest your food, and, until it gets it, you have any peace. Stomach trouble is very distressing, very obstinate, very dangerous- - .Many of the most dangerous diseases begin with simple indij?e"s-tioThe ttason is that indigestion n. weaken ihe system and allows disease germs to attack it. Tie antidote is ShakerDiges- tive Cordial,) strengthening, nourishing, curative. Iticures indigestion and re news strength and health. It does this stomach, by help by strengthejiing-thing it to digest your food. It'noarwftes you. Shakejf Digestive Cordial wmade of pure herb i, plants and. wine, is harm ess and will certainly care all genaiue toaiach trouble.. Seld'by; e per-foetlv The evidence in the case proves Hood's Sarsaparilla cures scrofula, salt rhduin, boils, humors and all eruptions. It gist. Fools rush in wheie 'angels fear to Tho wicked are in tho most danger tread. when they feel the safest. Just try a 10c. box ofjfCascarets, the Ihe Sun finest liver and bowel regulator ever may shine brightly and tho birds may made. mayl ly s'ng their sweetest songs but if your Admiration Is the daughter of ignorstomach is not right there is no happi$ ance. j ness for you. Keep a bottle of Dr. CaldEvorvbody Eayi So. well's Syrup Pepsin in tho hones and Cascarets Cand v Catluirtjc, the ranst use it according to directions and the medical dfscovcrvojf the ogc. peasact pcntly sun and birds will not shine and sing ant and refreshing to tho.tasie,mid iiowcia, end positively on kidneys, Ijvrr in vain. Constipatiou and indigestion cleansing tlio entire sysWsi. dispel colds, tonsUpation headache, cured. Trial size 10c (10 doses) and in eurobiliousness.fovpr, liaMualand try a dox Pleaso boy - and C. C. 60c and $1 00 bottles. Of B. L. MiddelU cents, bold and ; io, of C. guaranteed to cure by all aprG-lton. Astonv heart and au inon will are a situation at Middles-borougThe small-po- x bad combination. continues to improve. won-dcrlul to-ds-y Cupid should be represented without a head. The farmer, the mechanic aud the bicycle rider are liable a unexpected cuts aud bruises. DeWitt's Witch Hazel hand. Salve is tho best thing to keep-oIt heals quickly, and is a well known cure for piles. Douglas c!? Wines, Drug- THERE'S TOO now. the market "We no- tice that most of the dealers Shoes for Everybody. XfaX-MK-- are carrying paints. second and third grade S :, h Xo Arrow-smith, GripiBg ur l'alns. HI., Jan 21, 1897. Plymouth Rock EggsjJFcr Sale. Dear Sir: I have been bothered for have 15 years with constipation and many preparations during that time. commenced using Dr. Coldwell's Syrup l'speinin the fall of 1S&5 and udhesitat-iBgl- y say it ia tho best Remedy I have ever foaad for my trouble.ikNo griping ErfpniMaftar takiBg;vYr, etc, , I I Mr. M.F. Arbuckle will sell 33arrcd Plymouth ltock eggs at jlh per getting of lij.jrooeters this stjaaonlroin Sid Conger l!ad., and E-ThjWpson N- - Y. stock'ail sold. Forlndili game eggs;, atsame pnce,pply te jJps. w. A. Ar buckle; mm for both. o. B. Post-offlee true there is a better profit MANY in this grade than a standard high grade. Don't be deceived, ask the dealer for the name of the maker and see that same is on the label, otherwise it is a very low grade paint. Every pound of paint we sell you, we guarantee to give you perfect satisfaction or refund your money- - We guarantee factory prices on everything in the paint line including White Lead that will require a third more oil to thin and cover a half more surface than any otier make of pure White Lead on the market. Bring in ycjur listof material wanted, getjbur estimate .which will prove true We ever, assertion made. make correct pricesbecause we want your trade; fctir-.-- It's 7 a to ? 1? en $R ?SR' tttt -- s $K V 4J CO $R - x US to a mm m w s O s yif tti vff CO i w 4 JEtes-peetfull- jt, . r'm ,1 " ii- - bottle. t: 4" i- "iK .'rj s!-.- ' '.4 -- -. --:- ' Sold b7 B. I. i. i;roih's. rjJHmmmm. uouaty. . - . i - Kttddfcm; ?? ttH-l.- n faMSlrtPv'?' Ji i KteAy. , MltlUMM, i H.J.STRENG Ik QtaMCfXpt FifiMiir, lit SiMfr At iter.j.i - ir v A' i- Xjh &4 bV-- frfpujup . if T a . 9, -- t' - -- - - s 1 c tr-- f r ri Wanted-- ln Selected for The Idea Protect yoor Idtma; they may bring JOU weal Hi. Write JOHN VrrUDERBORN & CO, Patent Attar, sera. Waahlnctdn. I). C, for their tUCO priio offer ad Hi: of tiro hundred larentioaa wasted. SS MM L,ve & Gtabnti Mmy. In Eflect March 1, 1887. J DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. a.m. p.m. 3 00 Arr Elkhorn. Frankfort. Switzer. . Stamping Ground ... Duvalls -Qeorgetowiu. Lve Georgetown. Arr Newtown. . .... ... Centreville. Klitabeth . 630 . 8 45 . 6 SI 320 3 48 .7 02 .7 08 . 720 . 822 82S 8 40 8 00 8 12 332 8S8 Paris . .. 4 15 4 30 4 42 4 52 4 SS 5 10 WEST BOUND. Lve Paris Arr ElUabeih .. . Centreville . .. Newtown.. Georgetown Lvc Georgetown Arr Duvalls.. Stamping Ground Switter a.m. -- 820 -- 932 p.m. 530 .938 9 48 .10 00 10 40 -- 10 58 11 10 11 25 11 85 5 42 5 48 558 6 10 630 " Klthorn. Frankfort 6 41 6.48 6 59 7 06 7 20 11IH GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Supt. Frankfort, Kentucky. C D. BERCAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent tape&te d Ok Railway. Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. and Lexington Accom Express for Louisville lasU-rMorehead and Lexington Accom. New York Limited F. F. V Mt Sterling 6 SS am 7 30 am 3 00 pm 4 50pm EAST BOUND. 9 15 am exington and Morehead Accom. am Jl 58 pm New York Limited F. F. V. 6 30 Lexington and MU Sterling Accom 9 23 pm Washington Express Accommodation trains run daily except Sun-diOther trains run daily. Through sleeping and dining car service to v. New-Yor- For information, rates or sleeperrc-ervation- s K. HOOD, Agent L.A.N.By., ca'l on or write Richmond, Ey. or GEORGE W. BARNEY. P. A. C. & O. Ry.. Lexington. Ky. D. EASffiR THAI EM The nresent schedule of Illinois Central Rail road, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans. hasmadeit"Easier Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California- - The splendid train service with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and NewOrleansVestibuled "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned territory. A n The Central ishe onlj line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Pullman Tourist Car for California, 9 25pm Lve Louisville eery Thursday & Ifcani Arr Memphii Friday. 7 45pm Arr New Orleans Friday 8 20pm Lve NewOrleansFriday 8 45am . Arr Houston Saturday 4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday 3 46pm Arr Elpafco Sunday 9 2tfpm Arr Los Angeles Monday 5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday Tka is Tie Tint tfntrr Butt t CiMt-nk- . El . Ml Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the terntorv mentioned will do well to communicate with R H. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville. Ky. Wm. Alpokd Keixoxd, A. G P. A., Lonisville, Ky. A. H. Hasso.v. G P. A., dec29-l- y Chicago. 111. R. N. I, & B. R. R. Time Table No. 31, Taking Effect o, 1S9G. Sun- day, December east boo.vd. xo. 1 No. 3 No. 9 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun A. M. 10 22 11 02 11 11 11 1st Class. 2d Class. Versailles Nichelasvillc Valley View Million Richmond.. Union Moberlev. Brassfieid Panola P.M. 6 52 7 35 8 00 8 13 A.M. 5 25 6 48 8 20 26 41 53 13 16 P. M. 12 12 12 12 1 8 30 . . 8 50 9 15 10 00 10 05 10 25 In 40 11 Irvine WFST 39 35 05 .No. ID liii. 2 No. 4 No. BODS D. Ex Sun Ex SumExSunlExSun . Panola Brassfieid Moberley Union Richmond. Million Valley View Nicholasville Versailles Irvine . A. M. P. M. 50 55 2 09 2 12 1 1 1 25 P. M. A. M 11 55 1 05 1 20 1 15 ' 6 05 6 20 6 3J 6 58 7 59 2 3 3 3 25 10 25 50 4 40 350 4 2 15" 15 5 00 635 P. M. All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All train connect with C. N. O. &T.P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. VV. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. W. II ADAMS. SuiwrintendenL A. M. P. M. p. m". L. & N. LV A. M. JR. E, - K. 0. DIVISION. In Effect Nov. 7, 1896.liipress lor Uincinnati, akv Paris, Mavsville, Win- r. m. chester and mail C.20 Lexington 7.20 1.00 Cincinnati. Paris, Slays- -' r. m. ville, inch ester and 2.00 Lexincton mail. .05 1 fk I vincston, London, Jel- lico, I'inerille. 12 55 F:ls, line for Livingston, A. M. 11.43 Ixmdon.Jellico.Knoxville 3.19 A. M. Fat line for Cincinnati, r. m. 3.19 rans 11.43 mclie&ter. r m. Rowland. Lancaster and A. M. 1.15 Stanford. 10:10 Rowland, Lancaster and 7:30 Stanford. 7:05 For f nther particulars call on or address, Telephone 78. KUPEB HOOD, Agt. JgtU. M Krl.iul fNiroiiMi -- SOUTHERN RAILWAY. I IIS HKNTUCKV In fTt I TASTmiiiNn Ar Viiv.illl.-Ar (iliiaton F.v l. ImUvllId Ar Sbftbvrllk. Ar I.a nuivli z . . . . No. 1. ' 7 45aml u Itara, HUHtim' u 21am, !. S. 1 KB7. Ar Wcaillc. Ar I a Ar Shftlt. title. Ar UhhvH1i ... la.Vunil "No.a'1 7.Iiam KOilam! . lastuinj RZianii iM&imj No. 5. I Na 3. 4 Jfipnv 7 4ipm 5 4Uiin UirTprn C30im UMtjira 6.52pm 1(1 IWpra 7 30piu'ia35pm No. 2. I No. 4. 3)puV 4 40am 4 40unH 5.21am 55Upm, CUOara 7 3opinf 7.27.irn Obkerva-linn Train Nos 1, 2. 5 and 0 carry Free Cliair Cats. NilXiNnnri 4 ' KATiionNii. WESTBOnSTJ. WATIOS8. Ncr"l2.rNa14. (l."iin 7 45.1m Lv LouUvil Ar 7.30pmiu50am 5.05pm 8.20am 4.16pm 7.30am 7 4iipiii II.ILUm Ar Durgln.. Lv 4.08pmi 7.20am KASTIUHIMl. wtsTnouNa No. 15.itNo.fi7. 08" iNa STATIONS. 4inpm 7 4."am'Lv Iutsvll Ar 10L50am 7.30pm 5.4Hhii v lljm Ar ShclbvilAr .I4ain C521KI1 1(13TT1 Ar WrsllfK Ar 7.S5pm 4.15pm 7 ISpiu II litam Ar Midway Ar 7.35am 138pm ijuijHu iiopni Ar ooorgtn uv 7.05aml 3.00pm (ulprn,iaiiam Ar firncbrgAr "tipiil l(l.ilnm Ar Ilarixl.bk'Ar KANTIUICKW. WESTBOUKD. 2. iu,50am 7JMpm a22ani C.52pra. l.v Vortllm: Ar 76am 4.40pm JLItiuin 7.35pm Ar NIchlvill Ar! 6.58am 3.50pm IUpm Olpm1 Ar IUchmnd Lv 6.05am 2.25pm J.Uciml 125pni Ar Irvine Lvi I NO. L I No. X STATIOKK. Lv IMiiNvillf- -. 7.45am I 7.45pm ArLexini;jm 10.55am 10i3jpm 7.1upm 7.45am Ar Knmitllc...... 1.3Vam 1.15pm Ar Aheviilb At Savannah.... 5.03am 9.10am ArJacltsonvllle 5.55pm 8.00am Ar Chattanoosa Ar Atlanta ia40pml LlOpm 1.05am Ar Mx-o- a a 45am Ar Jacksonville Lv f'naitanooga .... 6.10pm 8.15am 10.05pm 12.50pm Ar Iltcmlugham Ar Meridian ........ 2Xam 9.50pm 8.30aml 8.30am Ar Nemr Orleans.. No. l.itKn. S.I KTATIOKS. ".Cum 4.u5pm Lv Loulsvil A ttNa CttNo. ......... ......... ............ Chair car Louisville to Lexington, there connecting with Solid Vestl-bu- lr Train carrying Pullman Sleeping Car to Jjclxmvillc via Chattanooga; also to New n. Or-Ica- Na 1 carries Free No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeper Louisville to Cbauanooga, &1mj Lexington to Jacksonville-f.1 lot Springs, AfdcvIUc, and Pullman Union Sltt'poT Lexington to New Orleans. 1 Dally except Sunday. A-- Whkooic. P.&T.A-- . S.T.SWHT, P.&T.A., LouisvUle, JCy. Lexington, Ky. W. 1L G kkkx. J. M. Cm. T. M Washington, TX. C. Washington, D.C. WCCBK.G.P.A., "WJt.H.TATLOrjLG.PA. - Loukrlllt, Ky. ' Gen.-Supt- WWW,ftC rounded by several cemeteries rises a high, round hill, called Lone 3Ioun-taiWinchester Sun.J It is surmounted by a cross, The Goebel election law, bavins said to be tho first object sighted by been endorsed as a Democratic meas- mariners, when approaching the harure by a caucus of Democratic legisla- bor This poem flashed into tho mind tors, passed both houses vetoed by a of tho writer, standing besido tho Republican Governor, has become a cross, the white grave stones far nnd law over his veto by a vote of 2L to 13 near: in the Senate (only two Democrats Upon the Inchest peak I stand at last voting against it), and in tho House Above a world as hushed as though by a vote of C9 to 32, where only eight in prayer;' Democrats voted against it. The bill All that makes life serene is !met and fMC passed, Both the method and results when is published in full in this paper, in hands grasp only While my Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant order that all may read it for them' air, r and refreshing to the taste, and acta selves. Its provisions are all clearly gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, defined and carefully guarded. d The mountain's base with By an examination of the bill it will Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sysflowers was sweet; tem effectually, dispels colds, head- bo found that thfre are only these Onward I pressed, nor wished to aches and fevers and cures hahitual priuciplo changes in tho law: First, linger there; constipation. Syrup of Figs is the instead of giving the county Judge, Crushing them all beneath my eager only remedy of its kind ever pro- alone, the power to appoint tho prefeet, duced. Dleasine to tho taste and ac cinct election oillcers, the County To find tho summitdesolateand bare. in Hoard of Election Commissioners, ceptable to the stomach, prompt its action and truly beneficial in its composed of three men, now appoint Oh, hands, whose gentle, loving clasp I loosed, effects, prepared only from the most thepo precinct election ofllcera, who healthy and agreeable substances, its shall be equally divided between the When first tho weary journey was begun, many excellent qualities commend it two leading political parties, as reto all and have made it the most quired under the old law; second, that If I could feel your touch as once I used, popular remedy known. in the place of the old Canvassing How gladly would I wish my work Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 Board, composed of tho County Judge, cent bottles by all 'leading drug- Sherifl and County Clerk, the County undone. gists. Any "reliable druggist who Board of Election Commissioners will And, havo climbed for this; climbed I may not have it on hand will pro- now canvass and certify the precinct but to feel cure it promptly for any one who elt ction returns just as the former board Tle fierce wind beating my unsheltwishes to try it- - Do not accept any did under tho old law; third, whereas, ered head? substitute. under the old law the Governor, the Climbed here, to have the drifting fog CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Attorney-Generand the Secretary of reveal SAN FRANCISCO. CAL State constituted a board for canvassThe distance graves of my forgotten NEW YORK, H.T. LOUtSVlUE, AT. ing and certifying the election returns dead? JanS-l- y from all of the counties, but now this is performed in like maimer by the Oh, better far, to trend the path flowerstrewn, State Board of Election Commissioners, Hani clasped in hand of one whose appointed by the Legislature, comheart you know, posed of three men. deal has been said and writ- Than stand upon tho barren crest A great alone. ten condemning tlm bill, without giv"With naught beyond, and life and ing suflicient reasons for their bitter love bolow. opposition. The bill was thoroughly . LOUISVILLE, KY. considered and discussed by its friends, Stretch down Thy arms, dear God ! to and everything that could be considerwhere I stand-L- ift ed against it was printed by a strong up the mists of doubt, 1 cannot opposition, and afterwards passed tho see; Legislature, over the Governor's veto Or have I lost Thy hand, by a most flattering majority, and, in And strayed away at last, from even Thee"? fact, such as but few bills have received European any legislative body. from THE TIME OF RENEWAL. is the The Legislature, in passing it, did The Liidies" Restaui-an- t for Governor Bradley what Congress, finest in the city. All nature is in 1ST8, did for President Hayes, when renewed in the Every convenience foi ladies it passed tho Bland Allison act over springtime. The sky takes on a spending the d: in the his veto, and crammed it down his fresher color, throat city. the trees don It is sometimes a good rule to judge their Easter garof men and measures by their opposiGentlemen's Cafe on ments, everthini! Office floor. A seems glad and tion. The principal opposition to tho ," happy. It seems l, MUSIC : Tuesday, Thurs- Goebel law comes from tho a pity that at day and Sunday Times, the Post and the the such a beautiful evening. y have Republican party, who season so d i s- the fair name of Kentucky dangling at THGS. A. MULLIGAN, agreeahle a malady as the deel-l- v MANAGER. their belt as a trophy ot fraud, and "spring fever" should unfit a great many tossed their hats and trampled with glee upon outraged justice, when this people to enjoy the unaccustomed sun44 4..M...fr4 State was transferred to the Bepubli-ca- n shine and freshness that prevails. party. It comes with a bad grace What is spring fever? It is that slugfrom them to say that they are opposed gishness and irritability which everyone to the bill because they fear it will in takes a spring tonic for. "Bad blood" jure the Democratic party. However some people call it. A great deal of 4. penitent for past wrongs they may be, or k'blood medicine" is 6old in the spring FOR! X honest in their opposition to the bill, of the year. The blood, tho vigor, the X TttC, .V6, OTTVaA.O X it is too late now for them to have any health must be renewed, with tho trees artvd. oVccdcTv bus... X standing with Democrats. None will and flowers and grass. The principal X believe that they are opposed to any difficulty is, which of the numerous thing thev believe will injure the spring tonics is tho best? Which will Four of the best Fire Insurance Com- cure permanently anl remove quickly 4. panies in the United States. Losses paid 4. Democratic party. They have assailed 4, the bill in the same manner, abuse all the disagreeable systoms? Read 4. promptly. and vituperation in which they as what Mrs. Adlin Adams' Craftcn, Ky., In the Prudental, you are offered the 4. "I was about to give . . best Life Insurance attainable, and on sailed Blackburn, .Hardin and the says of 4. the most approved plans. In Accident They called it the up all hopes when I concluded to take Chicago platform. Insurance we a pain cie the best We u na. I believe it is the best medi4. w ill not transact business with irrespon- "Force bill," without specifying in . sible companies. cine in tho world. I can't speak too what the force consists, like the Lodge 26X Second Street, UpStairs. bill under which deputv marshals highly of it." A book containing several hundred might be placed at the polls to intimiletters similar to the one from which date voters, and they know that the this is an extract, will be sent free to Goebel bill has no such provision. Drug centra any address by the They called it tho damning THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE liartion of power, without specifying Manufacturing Company, Columbus, in whom the power is centralized, and Ohio. Long Troubles "and JConsump!on Can be cannot because they know that the PATRIOTIC MOTHER. appointing power of precinct election Cured. officers, in the hands ofthree disinterested county commissioners, is less Her Children Named For Famous ConfederAn Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist ate Leaders. centralization of power than in the Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. hands of a single man. the County Rev. George Savage, agent for the The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Judge, who is frequently a candidate Slocum, demonstrating his discoery of a re- for and an interested party. American Bible Society throughout liable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, But they tell us there are lots of Tennessee and Kentucky, tells an inthroat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn Democrats and Democratic papers teresting story, m which ho is said to coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions against the bill. We admit it, and have '"baptized the Confederacy." It of wasting awav, will send THREE FREE many whose honesty and sincerity we was away back in 1862 that he was at BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax do not question. It is also true that Millersburg, Ky., holding a meeting, writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cured thousands there were more Democrats and Demoand a mother applied to him to baptize permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering cratic papers three years ago opposed to her four children. When ready for humanity to donate a trial of his infallible the free coinage of silver who havesince the solemn rite he said: cure. ' Science daily develops new wonders, and endorsed it. "Name this child." Doubtless it was never this great chemist, patientlv experimenting for She shall: "John Cabell Breckinyears, has produced results as benificial to claimed by the Legislature that the humanity as can be claimed by nnv modern genius. His assertion that lung troubles and bill is perfect, or that its workings ridge" consumption are curable in any climate is would give entire satisfaction to all. I baptized him. Then, referring to proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," filed in his American and European laboratoneither will its enemies claim that the the next one, I said: Name this ries in thonsana jom those cured in all parts law, as it stood, will do this. There child." of the world. Medical exper concede that bronchial, are many of its enemies who do or She replied: "Simon Boliver Buck-ner- ." chest and lung troi Dies lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy ana cer- ought to know that no law that can be tain death. The same thing was repeated for the Simplv write to T. A. Slocum, M. C, 98 Pine enacted by legislative authority can street. New York, giving postoffice and express be reduced to perfection, or absolute third boy, when she responded: address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant advanC2rtainty in any of its operations, and "Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard." tage of his generous proposition. There was a rustic in the audience. you saw his offer that experience is the final and best Please tell the Doctor that in the Richmond Climax. Biting my lip and looking as solemn of every legislative enactment, and altar-rai- l even when tested and approved by ex as possiblo, I knock on the and spoke to tho people, reminding perience, there will always remain ap parently good objections. This same them that this was a very solemn serr; inappro-pritlaw having stood the test of experience vice, and that all lovity was Then, turning to the woman in Virginia and Tennesseee. and a iggg mm somewhat similar law in Ohio and In and referring to the baby girl that 6he imB arms, I said as before, diana, surely it is due the promoter held in her The Leading Specialists of America "Name this child," when she sangout, of this law that it should, at least, 20 YEARS III OHIO. have a fair trial. It is safe to say that "Annie E. Lee." This was too much for the audience. Cured. 250,000 had we for the last fifteen or twenty They stamped their feet, clapped their years been under this system of elec WECURESTRiCTURE tion commissions, and were now at- bands, and broke forth into laughter Thousands of vonns and middln send tempting to change the law so as to Finally, to capt the climax, one men aro troubled with this disease many nuconseioud . They may hat 0 a smart place tho appointment of precinct brother, Myers, who stuttered badly, ing fccatiuu, rmall, ttmiing stream, election officers in the hands of a sin- jumped up and called out: sharp cutting pairs at thne?, flight disyou charge, difficulty in commencing, weak gle judge. And the counting of the the and we voles by three officials, we would hear experiment are all domno end of one man power and official you. by cuttinr. ftrctchinr. or tearir That closed the service and the you. AhiswillnotcitroYou.asitwillrcination from the enemies of tho Demotum. our i;y Wlil'llUD T meeting too. Confederate Veteran. ab.orbi tho ttricturo tifnp: cratic party. henccremoves tho Etrictnro permanently. Thirty-fiv- e It can never return. No pain.no Fulleryears makes a generation. ing, no detention from business by onr Bucklen's Arnica Salve. That is how long Adoph Fisher, of mellioJ. The sexual organs are strengthened. The nerves nro invigorated, and The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Zanesville, O., suffered from piles. He tho blibs of manhood returns. Bruises, Sorep, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever was cured by using threb boxes of Witch Uazel Salve. Douglas & Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil' Thousands of young and blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, Wines, Druggist. men are ha viae their texcal iiror unit vitality continually rapped by this disand positively cures Piles, or no pay reease. They nro frequently unconscious WAIL OF THE NEW WOMAN. of tbocausoofthcro fvmptoinE. General quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect Weakness, I'nnaturai Discharges. Failsatisfaction or money refunded. Price ing .Manhood. Kcrousnes, Poor m Irritabilitynt timet Smarting An exchange printj the following 25 cents per box. For sale by Perry & .Sunken Lyes, with dark circlet1. Weak Back. General Depression, Lack Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. wail of the new 'woman:" nf Ambition, Varicocele. Shrunken "Onward, roll onward, oh Time in G. White. dec!5 ly Part". tc ULEET nnd STUICTUKK maybsthocaui-c- . Don't consult family your flight and make mo a woman doctors, as they have no experience in tbeso special diseascs don't allow Miss Gertrude Lewis, of Fredonia. that's clear out of sight; givu me tho Quacks to experiment on you. Consult who got a leg cut off by an L. & X bloomers and pants and shirtii, and Jet Specialists, who havo made a life study of DieaesofMenaudWomcn. OnrKEW train while on a visit to Pembroke about me get out of these horrible skirts. MBTU0D TltliArMENT will positively cure you. Ono thousand dollars a year ago, brought suit in the Chris- A whisker producer invent if you can for a ca?o wo ivcccpt for treatment end tian Circuit Court. The case was tried give me a head that grow s bald like a cannot core Term moderate fore. cure. last week, and she was awarded dama man; grow a tobacco that won't make CURES GUARANTEED ges in the sum of $25,000. She got the me sick, and learn me to chew a la man We trest and ntnt! TJMIKSTnKS. full amount she claimed. The road very quick. Letmo.oh let me, drink yAUICitCEIiE. SyPHTLlR, OLKET. STKICTORE.IMP0TEXCy. SECItET will, of course, repeal the case. It Is whisky and swear, bet (in the chickens I'HAIKH. UASATUKAb DISCHA11G- ES.KIDNEYnnd BLADDER Disu. said the young lady in question is quite aud back the fleet mare ; stay out at CONSULTATION FREE. P.OOKS handsome and it is thought this had nights, hold offices and vote, take in FREE If unable to call, write for OnESTTON BLAKK for HOME something to do with securing the big the town and a six shooter toto; site in TREATMENT. damages, night or wrong, a pretty the buzzard roost If I choose pjay basewoman can always net inst a little moro ball and football and weal', those sympathy than ran the one who does spiked shoes. Onward, roll lonward, 122 W. FOURTH STREET, not happen to be quite so good looking. olj Time quickly fly, make mejS a man CINCINNATI, O. as it The pretty woman can always get the or else help me to die; I y gt seat in the car or any other public is fairly fills me with woe, butwere tl I place. Madison ville Hustler.', i a man, 'twould be aatUly w THE G0EBEL ELECTION LAW. n. gQPIgS frciitaMplolltsFrisiis Tlhiax. sur- SUSPECTED BECAUSE HE WAS SOBER. UPON THE SUMMIT. ALL WOMEN This fa how he came to swear: It was 4 a. m. when hegot home. He didn't fumble around the latch for an hour, stutter in his talk, or awaken every ono in the neighborhood with unseemly noises. Ho was sober hadn't drunk a drop. Instead he struck the keyhole at tho first attempt and entered. All was quiet. He put his hat and coat on the hall rack and was about to take oil his Should know Uiat tho "OIU Tlrao" Remedy, jj - " i i 1 Just outsido San Francisco, BNTOYS up-lifte- d dew-fille- al LOUISVILLE HOT I evor-pityi- ?b. Courier-Journa- to-da- W, ed I Ms tessj shoes before going upstairs when an old, familiar voice sounded gratingly , on his ear. "Is that yon, Tom?" Is the best tor Femtle Troubles. Corr JCts all "Yes, Nell." lrrefrularnieslnFemaloOrKans. Should bo taken for CUere o Life nnd before Then he began: "It's three minutes navo stood the Planters "Old Time" after 4. I did not let the cat follow test for twenty years. Medicine Ot., me in. I've just returned from one of Made only by New Tennessee. our caucuses. Tho gas is turned down low. The doors are all locked! the Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W r windows fastened. I paid tho taxes G. White. this afternoon. Mary's baby's got the measles. That isn't or And when lie tumbled into bed Nell rliclionil Produce looked at him out of sleepy eyes and said:"Tom, you've been drinking." Reported every Tuesday at mon by Hew Orleans E. Dcatherago & Co., Staple nnd i'nucy urocenes, rucinuuiiu, .rvy. j It is a great leap from the old fashioned doses of blue-maand nauseous EGGS GJ- to 7c in trade physics to the pleasant little pills known BUTTEIC -- Choice country, 20($2oc. as DeWitt'a Little Early. Biscrs. They BEESWAX-202- 5c. euro constipation, sick headache and DRIED FKUIT Apples brfcl f, 5c biliousness. Douglas & Wines, DrugWOOL Clear grease wool, gist. hurry, 10loc; tub washed, 25c. CHEESE Country, 10c GO. HniiK are two views of the impend0S1 TIMOTHY ing struggle well calculated to harden 50. CLOVER tho nerves of both Spaninrds and 40 BLUE GRASS SEED-StripAmericans to resist coolly the conse 50c; extra clean, G075c; fancy clean, quences of war. Says ono of tho of- pure seed. Sl$1.35. ficers of the dynamite cruiser VesuBE ASS SI 00S1.50 per bu. vius: IRISH POTATOES-50cSl.- 2c. 'There is one satisfaction about beSHOULDER MEAT-- Gc. l ing aboard a ship like thi. In case BACON 7(W0c. HAMS-8(1- 0c. aro struck right there will be no board we of inquiry, and no trouble about diHouse A vers. The only thing to do will be to VVJ ft.tVtP'.CY Bv Old Established Woman. HlSh Grade Man or of eood Church stancine. to erect a monument to our memory anil Manager hero and do office work and attend to our obituary needs, for there act as correspondence at their home. Business alwill not be a piece of tho boat left big ready built up and established here. Salary $900. stamped envelEnclose enough for a souvenir. A boat of this ope for our terms to A. P. T. Elder. General Manager. 189 Michigan Avenue, Chica.ro, III., style either does fearful damage to First Floor. her enmies, or goes under in short or der herself. Modern war will, in my opinion, be quick work, anyhow, and we represent the very quickest type of g vessel afloat.1' And Gen. Lew Wallace adds: "People, however do not begin to realize the unspeakable horrors of This is the grateful ex- modern warfare. The awful scenes pression of the thirsty and frightful carnage of tho late civil soul who tastes the liquids ar would be as child's play to the battles which the inventions of the cooled by ice made from last few years have made possible. pure distilled water by Orators can not tell and artists can not the Richmond Ice Factopicture what a general engagement by ry land or sea between the forces of our country and Spain would be. The ESPFree delivery, in any horrors of Milton's hell and Dante's quantity, and on short Inferno aro pleasant pastoral scenes notice. compared to what man's ingenuity in preparing lor war y has made possible for man's destruction and torClIU-Blrtiej r a, dec8-ly- 9 n .. . m m n m mmm IM ! K "y"-- " doga-barding- ." Mel. 111 - mi -- - Times-Democra- t. 22 w ?2 ss mm fil 9e8K. : t- - 1 "j l 'n TT: u w uj Co..';; aoe... ee 06li 0Ot OOo t :..a???:ri::i--j Bi'd m re vi kVi -. a n 1 r,RO a ds ...ea f ae o Q tao -- s! l20c; S e-e- a. Do you need a PlovM A Harrov;, ' A Corn Planter, A Wagon, or other aitaSssiii T. tlj 3G teo S3 00 a as too SEED-S1.5- SEKD-S2.7- 5S3 .."BARITONE" 29461.. G9o sea... set- ped, trial 2:23 .1 "BABrroNE" sired by "Baron Wilkes" 2:18, the greatest trotting stallion that has been bred up to now because his produce out race, and out sell the produce of any other stallion living or dead. Baron Wilkes sired Oakland Baron 2:09,. "Bumps" 2:OP Rubenstein 2:05 Nydia Wilkes 2:114 Rachel 2:08i Baronet2:ll, Baron Rogers 2:09X Baron Dillon 2:12 Red Silk 2:10 Baron Crisp 2:12', Bay Baron 2:12', Baronmore 1:11X1 Brava 2:14 Baron Dale 2:11, Plow-OlWc are sole agents for the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Farm Wagon In fact, carry a complete l.ne of Hardware Tinware. Tin Roofing and Outterlasa Specialty. 3 09 o 03 OB B eaa. CO e .o '. e TAYLOR..Bros ::::i;;;i, :::::!!!!! t .- - O ACQ o 8 v.;8 v :::i::o;.i.ioeii..oociiooo8a feJ.-..-tac.j5,-:n.?- ALL RACE RECORDS. I j ! aprS-3- "is Mils-Ie- ti." death-dealin- -- And others in the list and is as yet compara- tively a young horse. "Baritone" is a black stallion, snip cose, two white feet. 15 hand 3 inches hich. old this spring, In color, size and action he resembles his sire about as much as any colt he ever got, and has every thing in his favor that s stock horse, it takes to make up a viz.: SPEED, BREEDISQANO INDIVIDUALITY. 'IBakitoxe's" 1st dam "Black Bess" (2:22'. and she the dam of Batodaise 2:204 at trial 2:23 by old, and "Baritone" Wellington, by Kentucky Prince, sire of Guy 2:11) and others; 2d dam by Strathmore sire of 3 in 2:3t); 3d dam by Mambrino Patchen, she in the great brood mare Ust. Notice that this colt comes from a great line of breeding and speed on both sire and dam side, and it is almost a certainty that his colts will go fast and sell well. Service fee $10 cash at time of service vith usual return privilege or money refunded in case of failure. high-clas- For Little People, Big People, Thin People, Old M . I i 1 and Young People, Rich People, Particular pie and People otherwise. We can fit the foot and fit the pocket-boo- k M I x I! 1 in .f M Jl thing in our line, if same is within the reach retail shoe dealer. i II I M B. H. NEALE '. f? 4' maf!o K--- xr HI jY J. 1 W. Dentin Co., 1CI E Fayctto St., Riltfecro, 2Id.,U.S.A. Catalogue frco. lar.nfactcrlna rar'irrj. ircid 3r P. .co cf lit 1 ti We do not offer you $4 shoes for $1.96. becau cannot do so, and you also know it cannot be d m-we do aim offer you a shoe for $2 that you will m for elsewhere, and a shoe for $3 that you have pan and $5 a pair for, simply because we want you t. money's worth. . ur I I M it i i i I) i it M j; CaW aud raamuic out Spfuvri Satvo ie0TC u,ou.uyi firm cswostc T i. M i to-da- All druggists bell Dr. Miles' Pain PUbj. .I 1 ture." Thousands of sufferers from grippe have been restored to health by One Minute Cough Cure. It quickly cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia, grippe, asthma, and all throat ami lung disease. Douglas & Wines, Druggist. David R. TevPs, MANAGER. -- FARM- - Pre IFORl i U mr O kA(L&ILJL 3 t - tTk 9 JLLJsJL JDg h F"ikst St.: mm ! 1 I t Phone, Xo. 21 I LOUIS L. LANDMAN, . il . . Pe-ru-- Pe-r- e2-l- y Pe-ru-n- a Auditor Samuel II. Stone was in No. West Ninth Cincinati the otherdayandthisiswhat will 503 at the GlyndonStreet, Cincinnati. Ohio, be Hotel, Richmond, Ky., Judge Kincaid said of him in the EnWEDNESDAY, APRIL 20tb, 1898, quirer: He was four years at the every second Heidelberg when quite a returningGlasses adjusted Wednesday ofofeach deto all persons month. febl6- - ly. fective vision at popular prices young man and was admittedly the lines swordsman in Germany at that time, winning moro renown in that respect than any American whohadjever been abroad. He fought 26 duels, 25 of which wero successful nnd the other A black spotted sow came to my place, on 15, ince Linden a "draw." Ho fought the most cele- been fedstreet , about Jannaryhave and has t callsame by by me. Owner can brated swordsman and duelist of Ger- ing and paying all charges. feb9-t- f many, Baron Von Halm and estabJOE BUSS. lished the power of American will and courage. In the duel Col. Stone fought to a draw he had his nose eK ?EA cut clear through crosswise, but ran Kl Tvaal his antagonist through the cheek, nearly sevoring his tongue in two. The seconds stopped tho desperate HE PAYS THE combat, pronounced it a 'draw" aud compelled the principals to let it go at that. Stanford Journal. Uni-versity- of UrTllilU, The undersigned has a farm cf 200 acres, as a whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at fer private sale; situated at WHITE'S - STATION, mm m T)o ou Sa r AVhichevcr you do you want properly cooked focd. The way to pet it is to use an 0. K. Stove. tSrVfe-sye- i 3H & o $Avz SjVoe; -- o H &hr i J- - & Esiray Hog! county. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mill, etc., within a half mileof White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. cash TERMS Sale will be made balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, address one-third on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well watered. There is no better land in Madison 6t w w i - Sat. m S&C3U .xmMisL55l Geo. D. White, feb3-t- f O.K. Stoves and Ranges White's Station, Ky. -- ok.0 FREIGHT. DRINKS. $SS9&?SSS?SSSSSSJSSSrf$S -- 12SECONOMIST RANI 9 .0 SI YRUPINDIGESTION. CURES CALDWELL'S PELPSliy . . . YOU PAY FOR THE . . . 11 Are such fine cookers that they convert a bad cook into a j;ood one- O. K. Stoves and Ranges are up to date in every particular, and we warrant every one of them. - Popular Science Monthly informs the world that "if a man falls asleep in the sitting posture with his mouth opend, his jaw drops; the tongue not being in contact with the hard palate, the suctorial space is obliterated; the soft palate no longer adheres to the root of the tongue; and, if respiration be carried on through the mouth, the muscular curtain begins to vibrate." Now, the meaning of all this is that if a man doesn't keep his mouth shut when he is asleep, he will snore, and anything but a scientific journal would have said so. 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This successful remedy is not one of the many internal medicines advertised to do unreasonable things, but a scientifically prepared liniment especially effective in adding strength and elasticity to those parts of woman's organism which bear the severest strains of childbirth. The liniment may be used at any and all times during pregnancy up to the very hour of confinement. The earlier it isbeguu,and the longer used, the more perfect will be the result, but it has been used during the last month only with great benefit and success. It not only shortens labor and lessens the pain attending it. but greatly dimin- ishes the danger to life ot both mother ana cuuu, aaa leaves tne motner in a condition more favorable to speedy recovery. "Mother's Friend " issoldbvdrutnrista at $1.00, or sent by express on receipt of Valuable book for women, "Before Baby k Born," sent free on application. IHE in Idea WECURE SLEET middlo-agc21cm-or- t's UE0. W. 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It is situated back of and very close to the bladder, therefore any pain, disease or inconvenience manifested in the kid neys, back, bladder or nrinary passage is often, by mistake, attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of some sort. The error is easily made and may be as easily avoided. To find out cprrecllv, pet your urine aside for twenty-fou- r hours; a sediment or settling indicates kidney or bladder trouble. The mild and tho extraordinary effect of Dr Ivil-- j the ereat kidney and pier's Swamp-Roobladder remedy, is soon realized. If yon 'need a medicine you should havo the jOest. At druggists fifty cents and one Hollar. You may have a sample bottle ind pamphlet, both sent free by mail, ipon receipt 01 tnree stamps to 01 postage on um bottle, ;vercosi OuyiY nnil KAnrl vim, o.l iiress to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Uinirhamton. Y. 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