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The Richmond Climax.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, - 1807.
See Local ad. position wanted, another
column this week.
The frame work of the Baptist Church
at Berea is leing erected.
Wagers & Cohen shipped 8 car loads
of hogs to Cincinnati last week.
Elder Neal, of Winchester, is holding
a protracted Meeting at Speedwell.
The Baptist Church at Union City
will be dedicated Sunday, May 30th.
Rev. Isaac Parson is dangerously
ill at Winchester with typhoid fever.
Joe "V. 1'igg is very ill at the
residence of his father, W. W. Pigg,
Near Hindman, John Jones was
killed while trying to kill fish with
The Daughters of the American
Revolution will meet with Mrs. C. D.
Oienault Thursday afternoon.
Gov. Bradley has pardoned Ernest
Ills the 16 year-old boy recently sent up
for breaking open Mr. Donelson's safe.
Rev. Bourne will preach his last
pennon at Mt Pleasant next Sunday. AH
members are requested to be present.
Mr Ben Wilcox, of Estill County,
writes his sister, Mrs. Bud White, is not
as reported, but is some better.
Prof. Morrison, is delivering a
of lectures at Bethel church,
Baldwin, thin -week on mathematics.
Tbe reunion of the United
derate Veterans will be held at
Nashville, Tennessee, June 22, 23 and
Uev. Mr. Hunter, of South Carolina,
wi'l preach at Silver Creek Chapel at
ii ' i. and at Kingston at 3:30, Sunday
Teacher. ''What is obscurity ?"
Pupil. It is that (-tore in
what don't advertise in the
I'l I MAX.
T. 11. Ilaeketfc is a candidate for
( .instable in the Foxtown precinct
to the action of the Democratic
Ric declamatory and musical con-i,
m at the Court House next Saturday
Mitt by Caldwell High School. Ad-im-v-ion
The Madison Chapter Sons of Con-i.
lerate Veterans, the first camp of Sons
in Kentucky, will attend the big reunion
a- ahville, Tenn.. in June.
1 lie Passenger train on the It. X. I. &
1". now leaves for Irvine at ll:oS
leaves Irvine 1:30, arrives Richmond
it '. "a leaves 3:45 arrives at Versailles
The parties who are catching
ti 1 1 in Madison with nets and seins,
had better keep an eye on the next
.nam! jury, and this is no "fish"
The heavy rains of Friday caused a
' at Whitlocks, on the It. N. I. &
I. the passenger train from
C Mm;: to Richmond until 4 o'clock Satin
While on his way to the back woods
We Win. Oaks, of Wallaceston,
f.irmerh of Virginia, fell and stabbed
lini!i'!f w ith a dirk knife which he was
irrj mg in his breast pocket.
;. A. Dooloy Sunday accidentally
d -charged a pistol, the
lull taking cfroet in the calf of his
l '. The ball has not been located
aii'l h" is suffering considerably.
It is claimed that LiUcien Boone,
v li.i killed Shad Taylor at Athens
a'xiut six weeks ago, is in hiding
ii. ar Clay's Ferry, heavily armed,
and will resist any attempt at arrest
1 the Sheriff.
Miss Florence Burnside won the
silver medal at Fairview last Friday
in.'lit in the Demorest Contest. Only
those who have won a silver medal
an enter the contest for the gold
which will take place at
r. May 14th.
1'iseal Court met yestordny to
in ik. the levy. allow claims and to
t.ik. up the turnpike question. The
n't is composed of Esquires E. C.
.in.l . P.. Million, U. S. Coyle, J. H.
Lin. . Levi Metcalfe, D. P. Armer
a id U. It. Wells.
n ordinance has been passed by
t Pans City Council raising the
n.ei's. license from $10 to $23. An
"i nuance was also pissed taxing all
1 1 ers, doctors, dentists and veterinary
- v- .us $10 per annum. Hucksters li-
use Has raised from $2 to $5.
ne thousand dollars per day te a.
jetty st iir price which the people
I.i for the legislature, says the Cental
Reord, when you consi.ler the
juahty of the article. If we. had
liftv dollars in hard cash, we would
not give it for the whole Frankfort
The first Masonic Grand Lodge was
-' lhlishcnl in the State of Kentucky at
Lexington in the year 1800. In order
to fittingly celebrated the 100th anniversary
of the order it is proposed to raibed
- ",X) and endow a home for aged, intern
and destitnte Masons in connection
with the Windows' and Orphans,
Home of Louisville.
There will be a called meeting of the
iuninae Association of Madison Institute
in the Chapel Saturday afternoon,
M.iv stli, at 3 o'clock. All members are
aniestlv requestedto be present.
Miss MlNEKVA P.inK PlIELrS,
- We take from the Stock Farm of
Agri 2Sth the following. I,is reported
t Iu; tliere are parties who w ill try to buy
l'i. Hooker from It. P. Fox. As Mr.
-x has intimated that he might be
d to part with Dr. Hooker, it seems
t as that it would be good policy for the
breeders of this county to patronize the
h.irse liberally this season as he would
most likelv leave the State if sold.
What does a verdict mean? It is
the best judgment from farts presented
ot the subject under consideration. The
people of this territory
we have the best clothing for less
money than thev ever saw in tills mar
ket. Why we say this Is to let you
know that if you want good clothing,
men's or boys, or anything in men's
wear, we will 6ave you money and at
the siine time give you a large and varied
stock to select from. This may
Peem egotistical and you may never be
the wiser, but if you will come and Bee,
you will join with many ethers hat we
are doing what we Cevliytfoa &
Second Sunday Excursion Q- & C. Routs.
Another cheap excursion rate to
be In effect over the Q. & C.
Iioute Sunday, May 9th. A great chance
to visit the Queen City. Ask agent for
A gentleman will take charge of afarm
or country place or work. Pleasant home
more of an object than wages. Address
J. M. WniaiiT,
How Would Mayor Armer Sound?
The many friends of 'Squire Armer
are urging him to make the race for
Mayor. Should he do so and wiu the
nomination there is not a man in town
who could touch him with a fen-foot
Kentucky Baptist Mceling.
The General Association of Kentucky
Baptists will meet in Georgetown June
19, and remain in session four days. It
will be one of the largest gatherings ever
held there. A committee has been ap
pointed to look after the Visitors.
Mr. Thos. Williams, Come Out.
Mr. Thos. "Williams is urged by
"Many Voters" to make the race for
Magistrate of the Foxtown district
The call is an earnest one, and is a
compliment to Mr. "Williams' ability,
honesty and high standing.
Jennie Davis, Who Disappeared, Is Now
Queen of a Gypsey Band.
Miss Jennie Davis, aged 19, who
disappeared from this county and
was thought to have been drowned,
has been discovered living with a
band of Gypsies on the Kentucky
river. She is queen of the tribe aud
refuses to return home.
Came lo Richmond For Their Fish.
Says the Stanford Journal: Manager J.
W. Ilayden is going to have both fish
and pure water. lie went to Richmond
Friday aud secured from President C. S.
Powell, of the Water Co., 300 bass,
and brim aud put them in the reservoir.
He will now have to buy a
gun to keep the fishermen from the
Special Rales via R. N. I. & B.
To Lexington May 3d to 10th, account
Spring Ibices, good returning May 11th.
To Louisville, May 11th to 25th, account
spring meeting New Louisville
To Lexington May 10th and 11th, account
State Encampment G. A. R.
To Louisville May 7th to 9th, account
State Convention Epworth Leagues.
His House Consumed.
On Friday night last, at 11 o'clock
the residence of Mr. Josiah
located half a mile west
of Berea. was entirely consumed
by fire. It was occupied by a
Mr. Hurt and family who escaped in
safety with part of their plunder.
Loss $1300 on residence, not insured.
Huff's loss about $500, no insurance.
Horse Ate up Her Hat.
A well known west end ladv who does
not live a hundred miles from the Catholic
Church, got out of a phaeton last week
to hitch the hoise when the latter mistaking
the artificial grass in her hat for
the real article bit off all the iloral decoration's
of the lady's Easter bonnet.
Threeor four witnesses say even the horse
laughed at the joke when he saw his
Street Sprinkler Needed.
One of the most needed improvements
to our city at present is a street sprinkler,
and it has been suggested by several
of our merchants that we make mention
of same turough our columns. It is true
we have water works, and the streets are
sprinkled to some extent, but during the
summer, to sprinkle the streets as they
should be, would necessitate the constant
operation of the hose. Their willingness
to jiatronize a sprinkler is
expressed by many of our leading merchants.
A Model Agent.
Mr. J. U. Kennedy, Richmond, Ky.,
is a model agent. He is not only a
hustler, but when he sends in subscriptions
he tends the daily and weekly on
separate sheets, and when he l emits
he does the same way, giving the names
of those for whom ho is paying. Further,
he apprecales the rush the force
is iu, and makes his letters 6hort, to the
point and p'aiu. He is a model agent
in every sense of the word. Would
that all would follow his example.
Rckuccd Rales Over the L. & N. R. R.
Reduced rales f to Louisville May
11th to 25th, account spring meeting of
Louisville Jockey Glub.
One fare to Lexington aud return
May 9th and 10th, limited to 12th,
A. K. Slate Convention.
One and a third fare to Lexington
and return May 3d to lOthlimited until
11th, account races.
One fare to Louisville and retnrn
May Cth and 7th, limited until 10th, account
Convention of Epworth League.
g To The Pen.
Sheriff J. P. Simmons, accompanied
by Leslie Cotton, to the pen last Thurs
day the following prisoners convicted at
the recent term of .court: William
Challis, forgery, one yean "William
Browning, obtaining goods by false pretense,
one year, Ernest Ills, grand larceny,
one year; Reuben and Smith
Matherlcy, colored, malicious shooting
and wounding, three years
each; W. H. Moody, who was given
seven years for -The killing ot Fayette
Powell," was nbttaken, his case having
Nat Reiss Will Be Here.
Manager -Bush has succeeded in
arranging with the TCat Beiss Co. for
four performances, beginning on
Wednesday, 3Iay 6th, and as this
company has only been seen in large
cities this season it is to be hoped
that tho citizens will come to the
management's assistance in making
this engagement a success. This
company is composed of fourteen
players and present a new
repertoire of comedy dramas. The
bill Wednesday night will be "Dangers
of a Great City." The price of
of admission is 25, 35 and 60 cents.
Kaggie Igo lo Ga in Training.
Frank McVey lias the following horses
in training at the Lexington track, and
they are all good ones: Lady Eugenia
(p), chm, 2:19k by Virkiug, dam by
Silvertail; Storness I2h 2:26. en m, oy
Pocahontas Sam, dam by Red Buck;
bavmarep..3,) by Allie Wilkes, dam
Lo'utee :N. 2:20, by Alpine; bay gelding
f5J by Delineator, dam by
Mr. McVey will have a
number of others Within., a few days,
among them B. P. Fox's fast yearling
trotter, Maggie Tgo. Dr. Hooker, dam
by Wilkes Boy.jthat created a sansaiiou
i,.tBrfM tl1Awii'jwlef yVflOirJ4c A
Advises Printers, and Lawyers.lo Stick io
A tramp printer told theSfanford Journal
that he bad applied at 111 printing
offices during the past three months and
that ho had only gotten two days' work.
He left for the Nashville Exposition
where ho was sure ho would find employment
of some Tcind.
"Winning Deal Easy.
Honors are crowding upon Mr. L. P.
Evans. Last Friday he beat nine
at C. U. and won a gold medal.
The week before he defeated seven of
the same men and will represent C 'U.
in the contest at Lexington on Friday
night. He is one of the best declaimers
A Pecullor Accident.
Mr.Seth Tudor is carrying a badly injured
arm in a sling as a result of a peculiar
accident last Thursday. He was
in the act of mounting his horse when the
animal wheeled and threw Mr. Tudor's
arm egainst his weathers, bruising the elbow
so painfully that the young man has
had iittle rest since.
Forward, 0 Time "In Thy Flight.
Little Lucy Lee's Mother was surprised
the other day at the clock striking so
many times, when she went to see what
was the matter. Standing in a chair was
the little four-year-old turning the hands
and when asked what she was doing, replied
with sweetest innocence "I'm
trying to make it strike 12 so papa will
come home to dinner." Stanford Journal.
Harvey Heirs Aspires.
The Stanford Journal says of a popular
old C. U. boy.
"Hon. Harvey Helm, a good lawyer,
a good democrat and a very callable
young man, offers for county attorney in
this issue, making three who have shied
their castors into the ring." As Harvey
has been in the Legislature and knows
how hard it is to down the Rads these
days we expect he has counted the cost.
Hire's hoping he will win.
Come, get our prices on all kinds
of groceries, queensware, etc., and
compare them with the prices of other
stores on first-class goods and you will
find us to be at least 15 to 25 per cent,
cheaper than any grocery house in
Richmond. D. Chenault & Co.
A Lancaster special to tne Poatof April
A mob at midnight last night destroyed
the loll gate on Buckeye street and
burned the house to the ground. The
gatekeeper's furniture and and all of
his earthly belongings were lost. The
gatekeeper spent the night away from
home and no one wrs present w hen
the fiendish work was going on. The
fire was not discovered until the house
was half distroyed. The gatekeeper's
family lost every piece of clothing except
what they wore.
About fifty men on horses composed
the mob The burning of this house
ilnd the gate makes the pike
free from Lancaster to Kentucky river,
a distance of twenty miles. The house
and gate w ill be rebuilt. The anarehistb
left a notice that death and destruction
would follow if any more toll was collected.
They aie getting desperate and
it is believed murder will be the next
crime of the scoundrels.
Still ahead of them all. They
can't touch our low prices on first-class
groceries. Some may attempt
it but invaribly fall by the way side.
Dull days are a thing of the past at
our store. D. Chenault & Co.
Mme. Bredelli In Richmond With Two Cf
Her Louisville Pupils.
The presence here of Mme. Paulino
Bredelli is hailed with delight by the
host of friends of that gifted and
popular prima donna. That she is
still the same grand teacher is evidenced
by the quality 'of voice displayed
by Miss Cassio Kothchild
who sang last evening at White's
Opera House during the rendition of
"Charlie's Aunt" by local talent.
Furthermore, another of her gifted
pupils will be heard at tho Court
House on Friday evening at tho Tattler's
Recital when Mrs. Beta
Wolff, of Louisville, will intersperse
with vocal selections tho
readings of Miss Elvira Sydnor
Miller. Mme. Bredelli is justly-proud
of these brilliant singers, and
our music lovers who were charmed
last evening by Miss Bothchild's remarkably
sweet mezzo soprano voice
will assuredly attend the "Tattler
Reading" Friday night and enjoy
Mrs. Wolff's matchless soprano solos
not to mention Miss Elvira Sydnor
Miller's recitations, readings, etc.
Of Miss Rothchild, Mme. Bredelli
says: "She .4s" a truly gifted girl,
whose remarkable voice will bo heard
upon the operatic stage." It is needless
to say that Miss Bothchild's performance
last evening equaled tho lofty
estimate of her great teacher.
United Confederate Veterans.
To tlie members of the Kentucky Division
United Confederate Veterans :
Comrades: As the Commander of
this Division it is my duty and privilego
to call your attention to the approaching
meeting of the United Confederate Veterans
at Nashville, Tenn., on June 22d
23d and 24th, and urge you and all other
Confederate Soldiera in the State to attend.
This promises to bo equally as
interesting and enjoyable as any of these
pleasant meetings and I assure you that
jou will come away feeling that the
small outlay was well expended, and
hope the various Camp Commanders
will, interest themselves in bringing the
meeting prominently before the Confederates
of their county, to the end that
this Division will in no way suffer by
comparison in numbers with any other
Division. The railroads promiseunusual
liberality in rates, and Nashille will do
all in her power to care for all in a way
commensurate with her known hospitality.
It is to be hoped that the
Commanders will take the matter
promptly in hand and report without
delay the number who will attend this
reunion. Reports can be made direct to
these headquarers or to either of the De
partment Commanders, who will give
the matter prompt attention, the committee
in charge at Nashville will be
notified and comfortable quarters provided
at the smallest possible cost.
Hoping foryourhearty co-operation
and for a large'attendauce at Nashville,
I am, fraternally,
John Boyd, Major General,
Commanding Kentucky Division,
Undoubtedly the cheapest grocery
house In Central .Kentucky is
D. Chenault & Co., on 2d St., Richmond,
Ky. They handle only standard
goods and Bell them for less than
so aalled chesphouses charge for
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For The Legislature.
.Mr W. W. Combs is announced in,
this issue of the Cumax'ii candidate
for the legislature, subject to tho action
of the Democratic party. Mr.
Combs has beeajurged to make the
race by admiring- friends who, for
the last three months, have been
pressing him to make this announcement
and enter tho contest. Mr
Combs is highly respected, compe
tent and will make a good representative.
To the Republicans of Madison County:
Yielding to strong solicitations I
have decided to enter the race ftr
the office of county attorney for Madison
county.subject to the action of the
Republican nominating convention to
bo held May 8, 1897. The time is too
short for me to see my friends in person
and I tako this method of announcing
my candidary. I invite the
attention of the people to my record
as county attorney in Estill county
and if found worthy I solicit your
aid. Respectfully, I
Call on Mr. Baldwin.
The following call upon one of the
best citizens of Madison was received at
a late hour. It is a compliment to the
intelligence, the patriotism aud the integrity
no less of Mr. Baldwin than of
the gentlemen themselves.
Mr. T. E. Baldwin:
A number of Democrats solicit you to
become a candidate to repiesent Madison
county in the Legislature. Your Democracy,
your integrity as a business
man, your standing as a citizen, fit you
to represent this county as it should be.
Are much in little; always m
ready, efficient, satisf ac- Kp nil ae
tory; prevent a cold or fever, jf 111
cure all liver llln, nick head-
ache. Jaundice, constipation, etc Price 2J cent.
The. only Pilli to take with Uood'a Sartaparllla
JoeB. Alves, of Henderson, for fifteen
years Secretary and Treasurer of the
Woolen Mill, has tendered his resignation.
For children who take cold easily and
are subjuct to the croup, no remedy is so
helpful as Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It
should be in every house ready for an
A pistol tournament to be participated
in by the members of the Lexington police
force will likely be held early in
With but little care aud no trouble,
the beard and mustache can be kept a
uniform brown or black color by using
Buckingham's Dve for the Winkers. It
Congressman Settle has introduce a
bill, granting a pension to Mrs. M. II.
Morgan, of White Sulphur.
Cascahets stimulate liver, kidneys and
bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe.
No mystery about it. When the Shake-is
offored som time ago to give away a
bottlo of their Digestive Cordial to any
one who might call at their New York
office, there was a great rush and a great
many people thought they w ere crazy.
Subsequent events proved it to have
been a very clever advertising transaction,
for although they gave away thousands
of bottles, it was in the end profitable;
nearly every one that took a free
bottle came back for more and paid for
it with pleasure, sa3'ing they had derived
better results from its use than from any
other medicine they had ever used.
Tliere i3 nothing so uniformly successful
in the treatment of stomach troubles
as the Shaker Digestive Cordial, and
what is better than all, it relieves at once.
Larol, the new form of Castor Oil is so
palatable that children lick the spoon
The Webester county whitecappers are
onjtrial at Dixon. The evidenced against
them is said to be strong-
A child was cured of croup by a dose
or two of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. A
neighbor's child died of the same dread
disease, while the father was getting
ready to call the doctor. This shows the
necessity of having Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
always at hand.
The Owenslioro "'fans" think they will
raise sufficient money to hire a good
Health and vigor are essential for sue
cess Therefore make yourself strong and
healthy by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla
Just try a 10iJ. box of (Jascarets, tte
finest liver and bowel regulator ever
The Salt River Store and Milling
Company, of Smithville, has gone iuto
Needs assistance it may behest the ren
der it probably, but one should remember
to U6e even the most perfect remedies
only when needed. The best and most
simple and gentle remedy is the Syrup of
of Figs, manufactured by the California
Fig Syrup Company.
The Henderson county negro exhibit
at the Tennessee Centennial will be one
of the most interesting features of that
When fevers and other epidemirs are
around, safety lies in fotifying the system
with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. A person having
thin and impure blood, is in the most
favorable condition to "catch" whatever
disease may be floating in the air. Be
wise in -time. It
Rev. Ben Helm's meeting at Lancaster
continues to draw large crowds, and
there have been a nunicer of conversions.
HAVE YOU SIDNEY TROUBLE?
A 50c. trial bottle of Foley's Cure will
prevent serious results from this fatal
Three Presidential offices Cloverport
Hickman, and Mayfield have become
vacant during this month.
WHAT WE INHERIT
We are not to blame for. We cannot
be held responsiable for the dispositions
and tendencies which we derive from
our ancestrs, nor are we responsible for
the germs of disease which may roauifest
themselves in our blood as a heritage
from former generations. But we are
responsible if we allow these germs to develop
into eerias diseases which will im
pair our usefulness and destroy our hap
piness. We areresponsilile if we trans
mit to our descendants the diseases germs
which it is possible for us to eradicate b,y
the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla. the .one
true blood purifier. This medicine has
power to make rich, redliloodand
11&11 penect ueftim in pitwe ot ujaese.
1. - i' . f ' pylm
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"i7ct Esictly RiBlit."
Thousands of people are in this condition.
They are not sick and yet they are
by no means well. A single bottlo of
Hood's Sarsaparilla would do them a
world of good. It would tone the stomach,
creat an appetite, purify and enrich
the blood and give wouderful vigor and
vitality. Now is the lime to tako it.
Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick headache,
indigestion, bilhousnes3. All druggist,
The ciyil term of the Paducah Circuit
Court convened Thursday. The
dockets are large ones.
IT ilAT SAV3 YOUR LIFE.
A dose or two of Foley's Honey and
Tar will prevent an attack of pneutnania,
grip or severe cold if taken in time.
Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, LaGrippe,
Hoarseness, Difficult Breathing, Hooping-cough,
or Hrnnrliiti3. Gives relief in advanced
sag s of Consumption, Asthama
or Bronc' .tis. Guaranteed.
Ten thousand pounds of poultry and
'00 eases of egirs were shipped from
one day last week.
are the most fatal of
Kidney Disuse 5 all diseases.
Foley's Kidney Cure
a Guaranteed remedy or money refunded.
Crab Orchard has a newspaper. It is
the Criterion and is published monthly
by Ediniston Bros.
This is the day of anti-this, and anti-that,
but what people need most nowadays
is, the anti bilious medicine,
Liver Regulator, the King of Liver
Medicines, and Better than Pills. "I
have used no other anti-bilious remedy
for six years and know from experience
that for ladies of a constipated habit
nothing equalB it." Laura V. Craig,
The Henderson flower show was a decided
success socially and financially.
Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Tour Life Away.
If you waut to quit tobacco using easily
and forever, bo made well, stroue, magnetic,
full ot new life aud vigor, tako
the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strimg. Many gain ten pounds in ten days.
Over -100,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bae or your
druggist, under guarantee to cure, 50c or
1.00. Booklet and sample mailed tree. Ad.
Sterling ltemedy Co., Chicaeo or New York.
Farmers in Li yon county are preparing
for the invasion of the Buffalo gnats.
A v7AP.M FRIEND.
Foley's Colic Cure is very hot, but
when diluted it isa warm friend indeed
to those buffering from bow el complaints.
It never fails. 2oc and 50c.
Several Kentucky towns felt the earthquake
shock Monday morning.
The Westfield (hid.) News prints the
following in regard to an old resident of
that p'ace: "Frank McAvoy, for many
years in the employ of the L., N. A. &
C. Ry. here, says: I have used Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhuca
Remedy for ten years or longer- am never
without it in my family. I consider it
in my family. I consider it the best remedy
of the kind manufactured. I take
pleasure in recommending it.'" It is a
specific for all bowel disorders. For sale
by W. G. White Richmond, Ky.'
A large class was confirmed by B;shop
Dudley, at Henderson, Sunday.
Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Kczcma.
The intense itching and smarting incident
to these diseases is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;ases
have been permanently cured by it. It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nipples;
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bitcn
and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box.
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are
just -what a horse needs -when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition. Price 25
senta per package.
Elder Lasley is conducting a revival
at in Danville.
THE BEST REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM.
From the Fairliaren (iV. 1'.) Register.
Mr. James Rowland of this village,
states that for twenty-five years his wife
has been a sufferer from rheumatism. A
few nights ago she was in such pain that
she was nearly crazy. She sent Mr
Rowland for the doctor, but he had read
of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and instead
of going for the physician he went to the
store and secured a bottle of it. His
wife did not approve of Mr. Rowland's
purchase at first, but nevertheless applied
the Balm thoroughly and in an hour's
time was able to go to sleep. She now
applies it whenever bIiu feels an ache or
a pain and finds that it always gives relief.
He says that no medicine which
she had used ever did her as much good.
The 25 and 50 cent s:r2S for sale by W.
G. White Richmond, Ky. may-5-lm
Eight hundred logs were shipped
from Paris to Europe last week.
Everybody Says So.
Cascnrets Candv Cathartic, the most won
derful medical discovery of tlio age, p
and refreshing to tho taste, net gently
and positively on kidneys, liver mid bowels,
cleansing tho entire system, dispel colds,
euro headache, fever, habitual constipation
and biliousness. Plcaso buy and try a box
of C. C. C. 10, -Si, Ml cents, b'old and
guaranteed to euro by all druggists.
Cattle flies are botheriug the bovine
along Cumberland river.
"IT IS THE BEST ON EARTH."
That is what Edwards & Parker, merchants
of Plains, Ga-, say of Cbamberlan's
Pain Balm, for rhenmatism, lame back
deep seated aud muscular pains. Sold by
"W. G. White Richmond, Xj
The new hotel at Harrodsburg has not
yet been leased.
Wiikn bilious or costive eat a Cascaret,
candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c.
Four-legged chickens aio too numerous
A Great Book Free!
When Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N.
Y.. published the first, edition of his
great work, The People's Common Sense
MeJical Adviser, he announced that
after CSO.OOO copies had been sold and
at the regular price, $1.50 per copy' the
profit on which would repay him for
the great amount of labor and monov
expended in producing it, he would distribute
tho next half million free. As
this number of copies has -already been
sold, he is now giving away, absolutely free,
SO0,CO0 copies of this most complete, interesting
and valuable common sense
medical work ever published the recipient
only oeing required to mail to
him, at above address, twenty-one (21)
one-cent stamps, to cover coit of mailing
only, and the book will be sent post-paid.
It is a veritable medical library, complete
in one volume. Contains IOCS pages,
profusely illustrated. The Free Edition
is precisely the same as that sold at $1.50
jacept oidy that the books are in strong
itianilla paper covers
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V WW l m G -T M fEifl
BUSY BlKK ' in
j i' Call And See Them f;
JpPvs f And Get Prices. 'f I
W D 01 BHAM & C0MPANY ffi
TT lo UllilrilTl Sl VUlTll fill 1 f
&fc jOfe Ajgr J& V W, j i
I have just received the handsomest I
lot of Surrics, Phmtons and Buggies
ever brought to this town, for tho
prices at which I will sell them.
Hard times have brought down
prices, and these vehicles have just
been bought at very low figures, r.nd
1 "will give my customers tho benefit
of these low prices.
Repairing and painting vehicles
dono in the best manner, very cheap.
All work guaranteed. Call and nee
me. S. L. Midriff.
Southern Baptist Convention.
The Convention meets this year at
Wilmington, N. C , May 0th to 14th, snd
it will interest every one concerned to
know that the Queen & Crescent Ro ite
offers round trip tickets, sold with liberal
limits at half rates for the occasion.
The train service of the Queen & Cres
cent Route is not excelled anywhere in
the South. Tickets will be sold via
either Harrinian Junction or Chatta
nooga, and are good on limited tra ns
without extra charge.
Solid twins Cincinnati to Harrinian or
Chattanooga. Through Pullman Drawing
Room Sleepers; close connections (or
O. L. Mitchell, Division Passenger
Agent, Chattanooga. C. W. Zell, Division
Passenger Agent, Cincinnati.
W. C. Rikkaksox,
Gen'I.Pas'r. Agt., Cincinnati
A nice Dvo room cottage on 7th Street
good cellar, all necessary y.
and a largo garden. For further partlc
ulars call on or address,
Mat S. Cohen-,
Ira Richmond, K y.
Spring Meeting Lexington Races.
May 3-10, 1$ fare round trip via t3e
Queen & Creicent Route from all points
in the State of Kentucky. The low
rates will be in effect daily during Lae
meeting. Ask your agent for full pr-
ticulars. apr2S tf
For Sale or Trade.
One two-horse wagon, one spring-wagon,
one cart, and one mowing
HON. C. T. CALDWELL,
of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recommends
PABKEBSBuna, W. Va.,
- January 20, 1995j
The "Weight Med. Co., 11
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Gentlemen: I have been using
Wright's Celery Capsules since November,
1S94, and find them to be a recommended.
I first beaan taking thetn
while at Hot Springs, Aik, under
Rheumatism, Liver ail
Stomach trouble, Constipation whichjfl
had been a long sufferer. I found the
Celery Capsules gave me great relief
from the beginning and have used the n
ever since. "With pleasure, and
I recommend- them to any at d
all suffering with like afflictions or eitll r
of theni. Very truly yours,,
. t firm P 'O flW .. Wt r I
. Sold by T. S. HagRn,.T?afc,' T
60c ents aatlSLOO per" baiTGull tdn
j a'idWfri -Tj. -i"4' a
store rO MMMl'W
I will on May 1st sell choice meats at
121c. per lb. As the demand for stock
is entirely too great to sell same at 10c.
to make a success. Your patronage is
most earnestly solicited.
Jxo. II. Thokpe.
Sir Knights, Attention!
SS.15 Richmond to Hopkinsville and
return via R. N. I. & B., May ISth and
19th, good until May 22d.
R. N. I. & B , most direct line to Nashville,
only S6.S5 for round trip from
Richmond ; tickets on sale every day.
Jacob S. Fechheimer.
Cincinnati's Leading Clothiers
IS to 28, 5th Street.,
Respectfully invite their man
Madison County Friends
to call on them while visiting
Reliable Goods at Lowest Prices
TWO - FARMS
The undersigned has three separate small
(arms which he offers at private sale separately
or together. All three are situated at
on the waters ot Silver Creek. They contain
respectively 85 and 165 acres, and are weU
watered and well improved farms. There is
no better land in Madison county, most of it'
-RICH BOTTOM LAND.--
It Is a fine neighborhood and accessible by
tnrnpilce to schools, churches, railroads, mills,
etc., all within a mile ot White's Station Post
Office, ten miles from Bichmond.
TEHMS Sale will be made one-third cash,
balance to salt, purchaser. For particulars,
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Business is carried upon Strictly Cash Basis to all alike and
this fair and square guarantee goes -with every sale. If any
purchase fails to please after yon have it home bring it back
and your money will be refunded without question or
and LOWEST PEICE3
Are looked after by the old reliable, who now deals in Wearing
Apparel for males only.
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Every article we sell is a Bargain and we have a large list of
G them. Here are a few; see the figures for guaranteed goods.
Men's well made All-wool Suits,
Young Men's All-wool Suits,
Splendid Knee Pants. Suits,
Seperate Knee Pants,
Men's All-Leather Shoes,
Straw Hats, 25c, 35c. 50c.
Crush Hats, 50c.
All Fur Hats, 98c.
Latest Style Derbies, $1.25, $2.00.
Fancy Colored Shirts, 48c, 75c, $1.00,
Balbrigan Undershirts, 25e, 50c.
These aro onljT a few of our way down
prices. Come in and tell us what you
think of these way down prices and the
guarantee we give you.
$5.00, SG.00, $7.50
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00
25c, 40e, 50c
.$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00
have firmly established.
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We want your opinion
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