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W. L. Doaela
aro the best.
For sale by
LICKED AT LANCASTER.
While in a neighboring town not long
since we had the exquisite pleasure of
seeing a Smart Alex knocked heels over
head for giving a gentleman a short answer.
The Alex referred to was working
in n public office and the gentleman
him about the time a certain train
left. The A. replied that it was not his
dayforktepi a trains, whereupon the
gcnilcma el (hive with his good right
arm an mushed the A's nose all over
hi f.ice. As stated above, this was "ex-I
11 itc pleasuree" to us. fe'omo people,
iipmi beini! ested with a little authority,
i niiiediately turn fool and thiulc that
the public has no right whatever to ask
a civil question. If the plan of the gentleman
referred to above were adopted
more uuiversally it would have a tendency
to teach men that when they are paid
to answer questions it is then duty to do
so in a polite manner. We had nothing
stronger, but g.ive that gentleman
tue last cigar we Record.
MR. YERKES THEN AND NOW.
Thefplitin the Democratic party oer
the silver question is not a circumstance
to that which is browing among our Republicans
friends over a division ot the
spoils. Harmony is a word that does not
exist iu the Republican "voeahulaiy. It
is now reported that a row of large sized
diiiieiinious is stirring up Ihe big gnus, &
tud has resulted in a breach between
Gov. Bradley and the Hon. John V.
Ycikes. The hitter was one of the D
men on the continent until it became P
whimpered around that he had consented I
to "enter politics," and would not refuse
a good fat otlice. Theu those who had
lieen praixing him began to make little SC
unpleasant remarks about the Boyle
county statesman. The fact of the business
is the Republican party is loaded
down with jealosy, and each of the leaders
seems to fear that somebody else will
get more pie, or be the recipient of more
honor, than he Anderson News.
EXCURSION TO OLD POINT COMFORT.
On Thursday, July 22d. the Chesapeake
fc Ohio railroad will run its annual
excursion to Old Point Comfort, Va.,
leaving Lexington at ll:2" a. m., and
reaching Old Point at noon next day.
Only $1100 will be charged for the
round trip, and tickets will be good to
return until August Sth. S:op overs
ill be allowed at any station on return
trip, so lhat our patrons may break the
homeward trip by stopping at any of the
beautiful mountain resorts along the
Sleeping car rates will be $:.r0 per
double berth which will accommodate
two persons. No other summer trip
oilers such a diversion and variety of
pleasures as a trip to Old Point, over
the Chesapeake and Ohio railway, with
its mountains, valleys, rivers and Ocean
Special rates of $2.50 per day at the
Chamberlain and Hygeia IIote!s. Foi
full information or sleeping car reservation
call on or wri'e
George W. Baijney,'
Dis. PdS3. Agent, Lexington, Ky.
July 14 td , .
Xsnluc&y Fair Dates.
At the annual meeting of the Kentucky
Fair Association, in the Willard
Friday afternoon, the following were
elected officers for the coming yean
President, W. I. Samuels, ;
Vice Presidents, J. II. Mallory, Bowling
Green, aud S. A. Deatherage, Richmond ;
-Secretary and Treasurer, A. R.
The committee appointed to make
list of dates for this season's fairs submitted
the following, which was adopted
by the meeting:
Versailles, Tuesday; Ju'y20.
Richmond, Tuesday, July 27.
Danville, Tuesday. August 3.
Lebaiinou, Tuesday, August 10.
lue&lay, August 1.
Klizibeditown, Tuesday August 24.
Bowling Green, Wednesday, September
Paducah, Tuesday, September, 7.
July 13 will be ollered to Winchester,
which was not represented at the meeting.
HON. C. T. CALDWELL,
of P.irkersburg, V. Va., Recommends
Parkeushurg, W. Va.,
January 20, 1995.
The Wkioiit Mho. Co.,
Gentlemen: I have been nsing
Wright's Celery Capsules since November,
1S94. and find them to be as recommended.
I first beiran taking them
while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treatment
for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and
Stomach trouble. Constipation which 1
had been a long sufferer. I found the
Celery Capsules gave mo great relief
from the beginning and nave used tliem
ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited,
I recommend them to any and
all pnffering with like afflictions or either
of them. Very truly yours.
CiiAni.ES T Caldweix.
Sold by T. S Hagan, Druecist. Price
50c ents and $1.00 per box. Call at drugstore
and get free sample. 0-
The undersigned has three separate small
farms which he offers at private sale separately
or toother. All three are situated at
WHITE'S - STATION,
on the waters of Silver' Creek, They contain
respectively 85 and 165 acres, and are well
watered and well improved farms. There is
co be'ter land In Madison county, most of it j
-RICH BOTTOM LAND.-
It"ls a fine -neighborhood and accessible.'' by i
turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills,
etc., all within a mile of'White; Station .Port
Office, ten miles from Richmond
TERMS Sale will be made one-third cash,
balance to parchaser For particulars,
I 3JJANDY CATHARTIC I
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Geo. White. , ? Si V
ARSilTiilTFT.7 011X11 JNTRFFl . ,0 'ra
AW &AI.I.AAA1 -1 UU IIT.I Min
Tplojtr.dbTohlctfrtr. Ad. STKItMXO KKHEDr CO.,
is always caused by 3
bad blood. Remove the
cause! Improve your a
blood. How? By talc- g
ing the blood purifier a
that has stood the test 1
for thirty years
t has thousands of
happy friends. Quart
Bottles sell every- H
where at $i. a
H WILLIAnS, DAVIS, HROOKS & CO.
IJvcrettea for Liver Ills,
S The Famous tittle LItcx Pills.
Sold by D. Z. & T. R
i . -
ATWALTKUAZBEIi'S LlTKBV STABUI.
All kinds of hand-nude harness, cheaper
than can be bought any ulcere in Richmond,
aire us a trial and be convinced. Satisf ictioii
n cry rfn f
"vlU a s Is L 7 o
Every Wheel Guaranteed, o o
Send for catalogue. o
KAPSHirlE GVCLE MFG. CO., ()
Resrwosible dealers Invited to
Dissolution Notice !
The firm of Luion & Harnett hai tltxtolved
partnership and neither party is responsible
or debt the other makes.
June 23 Ira I. W. Barsett.
BED WETTING CURED
ORNOPAY. IBS B. M. ROWAN, Milwaukee,
UEI). W. ItlhKY
Of Shelby ville, Ky., Recorumerds
Wrij!it's Celerv Capsules.
Shelbvville, Kv., May 2G, '9G. To
Wright'Metliual Co., Col., O :
(ient'' 1 liave purcliaeti a dux oi
Wright's Celery Cap3iiles from (1. N.
Miiltlflton, druggist, and nsel them for
Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation
and found that thev cave m immediate
relief every time. 1 think it an
excellent remedy. "
Yours very truly,
9 Geo. W. Rilev.
HOW TO FIND GUT.
Fill a bottle or common water glaes1
with urine, and let stand twenty-four
hours; a sediment or settling indicttes a
diseased condition of tho kidneys.
When urine stains linen it is positive
evidence of kidney trouble. Too fro
quent desire to urinate or pain tu the
back, is also convinciiiR proof tlu.t the
kidneys and bladder are out of order.
"WSAT TO DO.
There "is comfort in tiie knowledge
so often expressed, lhat Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy
fulfills every wish in relieving pain in
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder aud
every part of the urinary pasiEi. It
corrects inability to bold urinci and
scaldingTpain in passing it, or bad effects
following use of liquor, wine or beer,
and overcomea that unpleasant netjessity
of being compelled to get up many, times
dnring the niiditTo urinate. Tli? mild
and tho" extraordinoy effect- of
Root is soon realized. It stands tlm highest
for its wonderful cures of the most
distressing" easeful" you need a mjlicine
you should have the best.
price filty tents and onrjj lollar..
Por ajsainple bottle,and pamphlet both
Eent'frea.byjnaUVmention the CJ .im.cs,
and send aildwes td
n A. fc " i J .-- T
the geauiBenem'ot thfe offer.
7"of constipation. Cascarrts rt the Idfal Laxa-i
KB iHlll l.ai Ar 1 1 1 n H VA II a k n
("hiram. Montreal. Cn:i..orJnrlor!. sii.J
ti -i RICHMOND. a
Pi Mr wra m
The Finest Kigs,
The Safest Drivers,
The Promptest Attention.
The Cheapest Prices,
The Favorite Stable.
Telephone Your "Cousin,"
P. B. BROADDUS,
Hunley's OM Stand.
No. 2fi. 33-
WK RHEH SV3&DE VIuDnGUS
lOSY. 3'"IMT. l5r'D3Y.
It acts potrcrf ally and quietly- Oirrs fJien
Uhers fall. Yocn men roioiln Ist ninhood. r
ncn recover youthful vlr. Vl.' .te5jrSMn
antrcd to Cure i'cn'Husstm, oas tn.Ut
Impotency, A'luhtly I'mlscJoss. Z.twt 1'mrc
Hher ;:, Fulllair Mcioory, V"u S-a- U:
enc, anJ all effects ct ulf atnue er a
tuIUcmHoh. Wards oSiasan'.'y awl
Oon't lt drnrl"t larpo?ocworlh: saKitUuift
Touhei'oityl"IdsRr't'rrroa Jn' st"n
'ntt rEKPKlt'S HEKVlGOIt, or srnd fcr
Can ba carried la Test pccSet. l'ri old isr
jcr. leil per box, or O lor &, with A. IofU
Wrltton Ounrnutee tn Cure ir SScrund t
ney. Paniohlt free. Sold by ilrubt.
MlIUIC'JLL. ASs'H, CU1cub, I
Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and W. G.
(IN KENTUCKY )
Schedule In effect May S. 1S07.
KASTBOUND No. I. No. a Na S.
Lv. LouUvillo 7 4saro 4.LMpm 7.pm
Ar. Shelby vllle 9.10am SLSlpm
Ar.Li'renceb'e 9 52am A 35pm P.ropm
Ar. Versailles 10.17am d50pm U.pm
Ar Lexington.... laSO.im Tipm 10 10pm
WtMllul'.VD No. IV No. 2. No .
Lv. JLcxlnetoa... 7.0im S.iupm 5 Mam
Ar. Vers tllles... a 15am 5.3'"px 5.SSiin
Ar.La'renceb'g.. S33am &00pm i.4iam
Ar. Shelbyvllle.. 9.10am (Jiim
Ar. Louisville... 10.55am &15pm 6 0.1am
Trains Nos. 1.2, & and 8 carry Free
Uon Chair Cars.
Na 11 No.'Ml STA.IOXS. No IS to. 11
T4wm Lv Ioulsvll Ar iaam
S.3Tpm 9 55am ArLarncbrsrAr iSSrm Siiam
,7.25pm ia5am ArllarodsbBAr 7.33am
,7.40 pm 08'm Ar UurRln. Lv 4Jfflpml 7.am
No. Ii. tNo 67 srATloss No. m'tNaOi'
4.2Upm 7.45atn Lr Loulsvit Ar lUM.iml H.iipm
Si47pm 9.10am! Ar Shclbvil Ar a:6tiin 6.45pm
SSCpm la 17am 'ArVersllcs Ar &05am 4.15pm
7 3)pm II 0im Ar Midway Ar 7 4 lam! 13Spm
7.50pm 1115pm ArGeorcta Lt 7 I5aml 3.00pm
, XASrDJU.ND. WESTBOOSrx
tNo. 1 tNa i. STATIQX tNo 2.
7.4JJIU 4.Slptli V LouHvU Ar U55 m t & 15pm.
I020um flL57)in Lv Versllcs Ar 7aoam a,3upm
Il.OOum 7S1pm ArNtchlvtUAr CfSam 4.40pm
11.53pm 8.30;im ArRichmo'd Lt &OJam 3.45pm
,1.05 pm 'Ar Irvine Lv I..MIJU
STATIOSS. No. V Na 1
Lv. Lodlsvltle. 7 43am! ;.Upm
Ar. Lexington. IQSOam laitipm
Ar. Knoxville. iOUpm 7.30am
Ar, Ashcvillo. ........ ..... 1.39 am 1.15pm
Ar Savannah... ........... 5 00am
Ar. Jacksonville 9.10am
Ar. Cnattanooa.... 7.4Upm 6-Ci)im
Ar. Atlanta , 5.00.im 11.10am,
Ar. Macon 8.15am UlOpm
Ar. Jacksonville.. 9 10pm
Lv Chattanooga.... aoipm 6LUfam
Ar. Birmingham.... 11.59pm 10,"Uam
Ar. Mer.dl.in. .... 4.45 am .4pm.
Ar New Orleans...- lL20am 9.55 pm
. wv 1 MrrtM Ft Chair car Louisville to
Lexington thero coancctln? with Solid
OulO ITUin cu.ryiu wci X
C&aitcnoogatO uirmtngnam aou itew utojuj.
. Kn. 3 earrios Pnllman Sloeiwr IjOatsvllta to
Chattanoosa, and Atlanta, also LiQXlpgton to)
JacUSOUVlliO VliVltOC aprinss. mudiuk. ".
Compartceat Sleeper Lexingtoa to No Or
tDallr Except Sunday.
A. Wainos.P.tT. A.. & T. SWIFT. P.&T.A
Louisville. Ky. Laxwrtn. Ky.
or. H nuMK.'Uen. SuDt. J4M CatP.T. at
w..M.i.n ti r . VMklatftasl D. O1
W. A.TBMCQ P-A-. WK K. -
1 WkJjwoL,tU. .. iTi, m.
"Kothing else like it"
'The most refreshing and
pleasant Soap for the skin.
EMMBf r r ii Tub-mi p'liyyS
' C tfi&A
Xriif Axns3T rea tkt i 04V
loiirr 1 a r,z
Price -25 9 M
It ksts twice as Ion' 35 others.
A trial will convince ' its great
merit. Will please the asuiious.
CHARLES F .iLLER,
Alfr. ol hKtMC LLCD TOILET
rru SOAPS PERFUMERY.
I have tatcn rhtre of the Hotel.
It is not open to the public.
CLEAN ROOMS AND BEDS,
Furnish id or Unfurnished Rooms, cool
brcces pis tlirottijh the house all the time,
the best cistern water in the city, come and get
cool rt freshing drink.
Everything is in good order
and I promise to keep it so.
Open day and niht, office open to Kentlemcn,
they are welcome to come in, sit down or stand
if they desire; til', chew, spit and smoke to
thjir heart's content.
Conic Again And Asraiu And So On.
Corn" acd let me s;rvc you
Ml auiru is "iJo njrnt by
everyday and all the time.'
Very truly yours.
F. STONE, Prop.
He lo. Uncle I'.illv Coc'iran! wher
did von get that handsome surre'' It
like one I saw at Pnnelson's.
Ceconi Street, between Main and
O Wat r, rear of Dillingham linilding.
Richmond Ky. Ready to do all kinds
of blacksmithing promptly in the best
a orkin:nIike manner. S-7
Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers
and Middlemen by buying direct
from the manufacturer.
No better wheel made than the
Built in our own factory by
skilled workmen, using the best
material and the most improved
machinery. Wo have no agents
Sold direct from factory to the
rider, fully warranted. Shipped
anywhere for examination.
Our interesting Offer
Acmo Cycle Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Insure 30111 homes and
business property against
Fire 0 Tornado.
I represent t.vo of the most
reliable Insurance Companies
in tho United States and re
spect fulby ask for a share of
S. F. ROCK,
2Gii Sec. Street, I Up Stairs).
YOLTJME XL RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1897. NUMBER 6.
"We wish lo caution all users of Simmons
Liwr Kegul.ttor on a subject of the deepest
nntTwjt ami imorLance to their health
tfrhaM their lives. The sole proprietors
-and mikers of Simmons Liver Regulator
.1 irn tint customers are often deceived by
'buying a.ul taking some medicine of a
pimi'ar appearance, or taste, believing it to
l Simmons "Liver Regulator. We warn
you that unless the word Regulator is on
1 Iim package or bottle, that it is not Simmons
Liver Regulator. No one else makes, or
ever hus made Simmons Liver Regulator, or
anything called Simmons Liver Regulator,
but J H Zeilin& Co., and no medicine made
by anyone elso is the same.",, We alone can
put it up. and we cannot be responsible, if
other medicines represented as the same do
not help you as you are led to expect they
will. Be.irthi8 fact well in mind, ifyon have
been in the habit of using a medicine which
you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator,
because the name was somewhat like
it, and the package did not have the word
Regulator on it, you have been imposed
upon and have not been taking Simmons
Liver Regulator at alL The Regulator has
been favorably known for many years, and
all who use it know how necessary it is for
Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation,
Headache. Dyspepsia, and all disorders
arising from a Diseased Liver.
We ask you to look for yourselves, and
eee lhat Simmons Liver Regulator, which
you can readily dielinguish by the Red Z
on wrapper, and by our name, is the only
medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator.
j. it. ZKixn & co.
Simmon Liccr llegulalor.
31ISS Mil. UP.D (ItlMI.'N'.
Z&(tfficr atl joining A .11 Human?.
I W. MILLER.
ATTOS.N EY- AT-LA W,
JticiiMo;,, - - Kentucky.
Oilier in the liurnam Building, next door to
Farmer's National Dank.
c p. BUB.VAM.
U. 8. MOBKKLKV.
g'JRMAM C MOBERLEY.
niCnMOND. - - - KENTUCKY.
rtrvxer in Ilurnam Building, recently occupied
by A. K. Ilurnam. 31-30
IJICIIMOXD, - - KENTUCKY.
over Hani ware store,
Court IIoiiFe, n Main Street.
11. I!. IlOUtJ,
.1 TTORXE Y A T LA V.
TllC'IIMOXl), - - Kkxtccky.
Office No. K! Fiit St.. up Ptairs. 31 ."0
A TTORXE Y-A T LA W,
KirllMONK, - - KENTUCKY.
f Kllce S. W. corner M tin and Second
r.tntl up M.iirfi. Will practice in nil
the court n of Madieon and ndjoiniii
it Hint ics and Court of Appeals.
.J.C. A: D M.CIIKNAULT,
A TTOliXEYS A T LA II',
Richmond, - - Kentucky,
Office on Second Btrcet, over
.1 TTORXE Y-A T-LA II'.
Jiirhmnml, ----- Kentucky.
Collodions policilffl. tt.
DR. JI. R. GIBSON,
PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON,
Richmond. ... Kentucky.
OlKce in the Joe ft Iim bniMmg, 18 and io Second
Street, over White ..old drugstore. .7-
CHAS. HOOKER, -
r ETEKINA R Y SURGEON,
Gradual Ontario Veterinary College.
Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty.
Office tip stairs over New York .Store, cornel
M:un and First streets. Richmond 46-
TL C. JASPER, Jd'.Dl
Medicine and Snruery.
Office Collins Huildine, MainStreet.
Telephone nt residence (the Olrr place) on
Richmond, ----- Kentucky.
DR. O. A. KENNEDY,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Richmond, ... Kentucky.
Office in Smith Ituilding, No. 304 Main Street, np
ttain. Office hours 12 to 1 and 4 to 5 o'clock.
DIl. JOI1N M. Foster-Richmond.
- - --
Telephone at office and residence. V
G. EVANS, M. D.,
physician -and sckgeon,
Richmond, - - - - Kentucky.
DR. T. J. TAYLOR,
Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery,
Richmond, - Kentucky
OWco unit residence ou Third Street.
DR. A. WLLKESSMlTJr,
Ri iiaosn, Kentucky
buiMinc, Main Street, Office
hours, qujo to ii M. ; to 1. M.
limited to drntistrr.
J. C. JIoiiGAy. J. A- Yatbs.
MORGAN & YATES,
Oppicb MIn Street, oref JOtdisoa National
Editor Walton Visits The Tennessee Industrial
School And Takes Notes.
W. P. Walton, Interior Journal.
While iu abliville last week v went
by instructions from the Hoard of Trustees
of the Kentucky Houses of Reform
to the Tennessee Industrial School, to
examine into the detail of its
and the construction of the buildings.
Stating our mission, we were
very cordially received by Sujtt. W. C.
Kihington, who, to use a hackneyed
cxprohion, is apparently the right man
iu the right place. He has been in
charge of such institutions for 30-odd
years and being a loer of children ami
a humanitarian in its strictest sense, ho
is enabled to do a grand work in the
rescue of immoital souls from degradation
and destruction. The institution is
located several miles out of the city on a
farm of 73 acrep, whose natural beauty
has leen greatly enhanced by Mr.
who began life as a lantlbcape
artibt and who has used his talent iu
that line to good effect. In the construction
of the buildings there has been no
effort at display. They- are
however, but convenience and adaptability
were considered more than outside
display. The administration building
is an imposing brick btructure, every
rcMiin of which is used to the best advantage.
The boys eat and sleep near it
and iu another buildiugsexcral hundred
vanls distant the girls find place for
sleeping departments and dining
rooms. As there am now 700 children
in the institution, it will bo seen that a
K od ileal of room in lequired.
The children have to study -4 hours a
tlav and work the same length of lime.
Twenty-seven occupations are taught
from blacksmithiug to
telegraphy, stenography ami typewriting.
There is also a printing olfice ami
a neat little paper is gotten out by and
fur the benefit of the children "Jt'jyp,"
said Mr. Kilvington, "thi gentleman has
come all the way from Kentucky-to see
you, can't you give him a serenade?"
In a twinkling, 2" or 'M Ikivs with brass
instruments formed a hand ami gave
Dixie" and several other itopularnud
inspiring airs with the excellence almost
of experts. The girls, several hundred of
them, were in school when we looked in
on them and in response to the
teiident's request 6.injr "'TiMinewee" foi
us very enthusiastically. The children,
and grown ones, too, love Mr. Kilvington
as a father and he treats them as if
e.ich was bib child. He has a wonderful
influence over them and the gKd the institution
is doing is shown in the tact
that of the 'J00 sent out from it only 12
have turned out badly. The rest are
making good citizens and earning honest
The aimngcment of the buildings and
the sanitary precautious are of the most
approved dcaigns and methods. There
is never any sickness of consequence
there Mid the thihlien all look healthy
and strong. Mr. Kilvington tells us that
by a law of the Stato children w ho commit
certain offenses are sent to the
School without trial ami without sentence,
thereby doing away with the
slignia that such a proceeding would
place iiMin them. He also tells us that
no precaution is taken to prevent escapes
and that a chihl rarely overruns away,
always returning if he does. He has no
trouble at all from tho proximity of the
hoys and girls and says thnt it is much
better as he has it arranged than if they
were separated ly many m Wis. Jiiey
are not -allow cd to mingle, though they
meet together once a week in divine
It is wonderful how this family of over
700, for it is more like a family than a
semi-penal institution, is ruletl by
and love. Mr. K. always greets the
children with a pleasant word and it
seems to give them real pleasure to have
him notice them. He and his excellent
wife seemed to have beeu born for the
splendid work they arc doing and if the
Kentucky commissioners are able to secure
officers half as capablo they may
consider themselves lucky.
The Tennessee Industrial School is a
model iu every way and its superintendent
a model officer and Christian gentleman,
and the State will be many times
repaid by our visit.
NONE BUT TRUE MEN ON GUARD.
The removal of .Mr. Jhon D. Uerry, as
member of the Democratic County Committee
from the Berry precinct, will meet
with the approval of every Democratic
in the county. The minute a man refuses
to support both the platform and
the nominees of the Democratic party,
that minute he becomes a bolter, and
has no claim for party affiliation with
the party or a voice in councils. Personally,
the Courier has no dislike for
Mr. Berry. For him, as for others who
differ with the CourieV politically, we
have a high personal regard. But it is
political suicide to allow people who are
not in perfect harmony with the party
to hold as important position as that
held by Mr. Berry and as for that matter
nnv nositlon iu the nartv. Cvnthiana
W. L. DOUGLAS
THESE DIED IN CAMP DOUGLAS.
Pining the great Confederate
at the Nashville Centennial last
month, Mr. N. I). Dcatherage. among
many old comrades met county Judge
James W. 15. Cosby, of Monroe county,
Mo. a nativcof this place. They were
uicmbeis of Cant. Joe Chcnaull's Regiment,
C. y. A., which was captured on
Ohio raid, in Aug. 'G3, ami were prison
ere iu Camp Douglas until Fob. '(i5.
Judge Cosby, who lost two brothers at
(.ireen ltier bridge when Col. Chenault
was Killed, preserved a list by companies
of comrades who died in Camp Douglas,
some of jthtim were from Clark county.
The last appears below, copied from Ihe
Register of July 2. with some corrections
by Mr. Dentherage:
CO. A., CA1T. MUI.LKNS.
Richmond Simpson, Dysentery, Jan.
Janes Freeman, small-pox 25 February
John Cooper, small-pox G May, 'C4.
John Par jdnre. dysentery. 20 Aug. '64.
James H. Mullens, heart disease, 18
Thomas Calicutt, small-pox, 23 Nov.
James Oliver, chronic diarrhea, 17 Nov.
Jtsmj Hampton, small-pox, 1!) Pee. '04.
CO. II., CAIT. JOE CIIEKAUI.T, CAPT.
AI.EX Tlillllll.E, A C.
.Tames "Wilson, old sores, 18 February
Anderson Terrill, small-pox 10 Mch
II IC.Anderson, smallpox, 20 Mch.
John Rice, small-pox, 12 Apr. 'GI.
Sam Rerry, dropsy, IS Aug 'Gl.
John Azbill, consumption, 23 Nov
John Hill "Old 19
'CO. C, CAIT. IttUTXKtl.
John W. Fhaii, congestive chill 8 January
O. R.Tieacy, chronic tliarrhca 17 Feb v.
John Dougherty, pneumonia, 2 Oct.
Robt. Knox, chronic diarrhea, 21 Oct.
J. N. AMiich, typhoid fovcr. 21 Oct.
CO. 1)., CAIT. D.CKEXS.
Joseph Clo'vers, diarrhea. 7 Oct. 'G:'
Robert Shearer, brain fever. 25 Dec.
John Allen, small-pox, 20 Feby. '04.
co. k. cait. Koirr. 1 terkii.l.
William House, measles, 20 Oct. '03.
tieorge McP.miell, dysentery, 7 Oct.
Ive Adair, measles, 24 Nov. '03.
George Vaughn, small, pox, 30 Nov.'
George W. Moore' typhoid fever, 2S
T. J. Elmore, small-pox, 2 Januarv
CO. K., CAIT. T. n COLLIN'S.
Thomas Hamilton, fever, 27 Sept. '63.
Joel V. Watts, pneumonia, 25 Feby.
N. 15. Denton, small-pox, 14 Mch. 'Gl
James P. Norman, pneumonia, 2G Oct.
Sam Turpin, small-pox, 26 Nov. '64.
CO. O., CAIT. CASH TA1 LOU.
George Muddox, heart disease, IS
Jake Durst, small pox, 5) Mch. '64.
James K. New by, small-pox, 27 Mch.
James Woods,inflammation of the bowels,
31 Oct. '04.
John Woods, chronic diarrhea, 15 Dec
Q.Iohn Fitch, chronic diarrhea, 30 Dec.
William Lewis, scrofula, 31 Jany. '65
CO. II., CArT. MCGEC
N. P. Dell, measles, 10 Nov. 'G3V
John Waile, 12 Nov. '63
S. W. Frost, .general debility, 26 Mch
Emersou Turpin, small-pox, 27 Mch.
George Teviford, small-pox, 27 Mch.
William R. Barton, typhoid fever, 10
Henry Rigner, chronic diarrhea, 27
John Franklin, small-pox. 29 Dec. '64.
WILL WALTON'S WISE WORDS.
The late C. F. Clay. Jr., of Bourbon,
arises from the dead long enough to say
that the silver fusion is ludicrous. Perhaps,
but it is more ludicrous to see the
old corpse try to resurrect itself at the
expense of the party he helped to wreck.
Rcquiesc.it in pace, old fellow; the demo
cratic party doesn't need yon or your ad
vice iu the future.
"It s timo for democrats to get
wailB Editor Knott, when he sees
what a mess he has helped to get us into.
True, verj' true, aud but for certain
they would always have stood
Tho sound money democrats
in .Slielhy have fused with tho
cans on a county ticket, but the vole in
the I.islelectionand the recent democrat-
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Double the Price.
"v7. L. Douglas $30, $4X0 and $5X0 Shoes arc the
productions of sHH" workmen, from the best, material
possible lo put into shoes Solii at these prices.
We make also $2J50 and 5225 shoes for men, and
$i50, 52.00 and $1.75 for boys, and
Douglas $30 Police shoe, very suitable for
poncemen ana otners navmg
much walking to do.
TVo aro conatantjy adding new styles to our
already largo variety, and there, la no reason
why you cannot bo suited, so insist on
harinK W. U Doujlas Shoes Irom your
"We no only the best Calf, Russia Calf
(ail colors), French Patent Calf,
r. .h VnnmAl Vlnl ITtit .tit
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graded to correspond, with prices
of the shoes.
If dealer cannot supply you,
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Celebrated for tt great leaTening
strength and he&Uhfuincas. Assures
the food againxtTtlnm and all forms
of adulteration common to the cheap
brands, royal paring
ic primary shows thnt they w ill gnaw a
file. Bryan got 2,523 votes, McKinley
2,129 and Palmer 122, while in the primary
the democratic vote showed up
even more largely. Shelby will remain
true to her colors, mark that !
The Oklahoma Legislature has passed
n law lo prohibit a man from marrying
his mother-in-law. Such legislation
to be in the nature of superfluity.
The man who would want to marry hit-mother-in-law
wmihrbc at once shut up
iu a lunatic iisylum.
Col. Dreckinrikgeis not in favor of a
compromise with silver democrats in order
of theolfii es, he says
Vo, but he compromised his manhood
and renounced Ihe party that had made
him what he is, when he permitted hi
name to co under the ''log cabin" to
jMtstwsion rrf an ollice his outrageous
conduct had forfeited.
The saloon men.say that their busiuefs
is opening up rather slowly. There have
been few "di links" so far, but we arc
waiting to see what wc shall see court
day. Theie hasn't been a row on such
thiys for a long time, nor an arrest foi
drunkenness, the crowd usually departing
by 3 or 4 o'chtck as orderly as it came.
We hope it will be so Monday.
We regret to see that many of our exchanges
are. di-posed to grow facetious
Such levity Is reprehensible. The
U. J. is tloing the"bent it can under the
circumstances. It Is migiiiy hard to be
out iu the cold and tiy to be funny at
the same time. The elibit.in this caue is"
sutlicieiit to cause lachrimalion and leniency
not levity and laughter.
Lyman Gage disowns the interview
published in the New York World and
says he has submitted no interview with
any newspaper man. Fact is Mr. Gage
is not the kind of a man that the article
makes him. He is a hiinetalliit and in
1894 was one of a committee for the promotion
of international bimetallism,
which "believed that the day is not far
distant when the necessities of commerce
will compel the international use of silver
as well as of gold in the currencies
throughout the entire world."
Sevvall's sou, who opposed his father,
asks as a reward the mission to Hawaii.
I.et him go to hades or some such place
and stay there and all will be forgiven.
Old Dan Sickles, who made a greater
ass of himself than usual during the late
campaign, is said tone si.itcu lor "commissioner
of Tensions. He used to claim
to be a Democrat, but after Cleveland
vetoed the thieving pauper pension bill
he becan "to fight him aud Democracy
and finally landed where he properly
belongs- It is a pity that when he
killed Key, his victim had not beeu able
to also fire a fatal shot. The country
would have gotten rid of a yery pestif
It is gratifying) note that the lieutenant
in command that was stationed in
New York, who Was so fearfully cut by
his brother officers, when he yielded to
love aud married the pretty daughter of
a non-commissioned officer, that he had
to resign, is about to be reinstated, his
brother officers having agreed to remove
the social ban put upon him for the
grave breach of etiquette in marrying a
girl against whom naught but praise
could, be said, except that she was the
daughter of a sergeant. Tho fart that a
ban should ever have been placed upon
the young officer is sufficient to make
the blood of the, people, who pay the
bills of these shoulder strapped paupers,
boil with indignation and make them
feel like taking the matter in their own
MISLEADING THE PEOPLE.
AVithout goiug into the merits or
the question, the statctuent
by tho Louisville Times that the Silver
party is in tho minority in Kentucky,
is purely gratuitous and made under the
misleading ellects of personal environment.
LouisVille may be joined to her
idol of tho single gold standard, but the
rank and file of tho country aro more
pronouncedly for free silver than lnt
year, many for no other reason than that
they think any change from existing conditions
prosperity that the Times promised
would follow the defeat of IJryan, have-
ing signally failetlso, far to materialize,
the people aro more than e er determined
on a changed in the financial Bys-tom,
and while the election of an
clerk will not accomplish that
result, they intend to sezie tho
on the question. l the Times
thinks that Shackeford will l-o defeated,
with the gold democrats and republicans
fusing, aud has any spare filthy lucre to
bacic'ils jugement with, wo aro authored
to cover any arnont that it may name.
Jl is hardly necessary to add, put up or
shut up. The Times.will do neither, because
it hasn't monoy o burn, by pat
ting it against the democratic ..nominee,
and all hades can not malce it shut up
it is not built that way Like tlte contentious
wife, it- always lias the last
word, Vbethcr it amounts to anything
orLnot,.and in thia ase it will not, Unless
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A. M. I'aris. Mavsville. Win-i p. m
I'lustpr nml tjxintnitl
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2.05 I.exinsiton mail. : L05
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Fast line for Livingston, .V- X.
11.4.1 I.ondon.Jellico Knoxville 310
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KUPER HOOD. Airt.
Ffukfori & Mwi fi&ilw&j.
In Effect March 1. 1897.-DAILY
Lve Frankfort. 6 39 tu
Arr Elkhorn . .Sit J'jn
" bwitzer . 6 51 3 38
" Stamping Clround , ..7 98 X &
" Dmalls .. ..7 08 3 58
' Georgetown .. . 7 28 4 IS
Lve Georgetown. . . s to 4 J8
Arr Newtown . . 8 12 4 44
Centreville . 8 22 IK
Elizabeth 8 28 4 S
Paris . 8 W 5 JO
Lve Pari . 9 28 5
Arr Elizabeth 9 32 5 -2
Centreville .. 9 3S S 4H
' Newtown . 9 43 3 58
Georgetown . . M 00 W
Lve Georgetown 1 48 6 30
Arr Duvalls 18 56 6 41
" Stamping Ground. 11 W 6 48
11 26 6 SU
rUhorn 11 3S 7 0S
' Franltfort. II 7 2U
C. D. BERCA1Y, Gcn'l Pas. Agent.
GEO. B. HABPEK. Gen'l Sapt.
ChiUM&ln &&i Ohio Sulw:
Time of Trains at 'Winchester. Ky.
Mt. Sterling anil Lexington Accom G 55 in
Eastern Express for Louisville 7 30 am
Morehead and Lexington Accom . 3 00 pm
New YorW Limited K. F. V 4 50 pm
Lexington and Morehead Accom.. 3 IS am
New York Limited F. F. V. 11 58 am
Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom 6 30 pm
Washington Express 9 3 pm
Accommodation trains ran daily except
Other trains rnn dally-Through
sleeping and dining car service to
Forlnformation, rates orsleeperreervaMons
call on or write K. HOOD. AsentL.AN.Ry.,
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D. P. A. C. & O. Ky., Lexington . Ky.
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