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WEDNESDAY. ATARC1T 10, 1S07.
Dick Tribblo, a colored lad, was
drowned at Ford Friday.
Do you want a bronze clock free?
See White & Gibson's ad.
Ed. Rowland's meat store was
burglarized Saturday night.
Sir. Palmer has presented Caldwell
High School with a fine clock.
Elder C. P. Williamson, paralyzed in
lately at Atlanta, is nearly well.
if. A. BiggerhtalT sold 30 nice
porkers to John Wagers ye'sterday
Mrs. J. 51. Smith has gone to
Louisville for new styles in Dressmaking.
Rev. Dr. J. V. Logan will preach
at Whites Station Chapel on Sunday,
After a long confinement to Lis
room popular Al. McCormack is
A beautiful bronze clock given to
cash purchasers at White & Gibson's
htore. See ad.
Miss Tempie Oldham has for sale
a nice line of boy's and girl's hats,
selected with care.
Boyd Wagers bought of College
Hill parties here last week a nice lot
of hogs at 3c. per lb.
"In Old Madrid" and "Follies of
the Night" at Opera House Friday
and Saturday nights.
Mr. J. 11. Kennedy will ask to
bo appointed city agent for the Louisville
For sale, a drop-seat surrey, in
perfect coneition. Call on H.
See ad. of Surles & Kennedy,
pianos, organs, etc. Next door to
Richmond National Bank.
Sparkles in clothing from the
fountain of fashion at hard time
prices. Covington & Mitchell.
Mrs. Joe Cohen, mother of Mr.
Mat Cohen, of this city, orders the
Climax to be sent her at Versailles.
My residence and 4-acres of land
for rent. West Main street, Richmond.
C H. PIGG.
Elder Lloyd was detained by high
water in Indiana and could not fill
his pulpit Sunday morning.
Mrs. H. Schmidt's confectioner'
was closed by the sheriff on Thursday
on a rent attachment by Owen
On Saturday last Jennie White
shot her son-in-law, Charles Ballard,
colored, inflicting a painful wound
in the jaw.
-Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Miller are
now at home to their friends, having
rented the Wm. Powell cottage on
The management of the Kentucky
Midland has changed the name
of that road to theTrankfort & Cincinnati
Persons wishing to buy a drop-seat
urry, in perfect condition, at a
bargain, should call on H. Wyjiant,
on Lancaster Avenue.
The new spring styles in hats .ire
beautiful. We have them in all the
latest things at popular prices.
Covhigton & Mitchell.
The fruit crop in Garrard is in
fine shape, and was not damaged by
recent severe weather. A
peach crop is predicted.
R. K. Moberley's store, at
was burgalized on Tuesday
night and considerable merchandise
taken. No clue to the robbers.
Waltet Azbill is mourning over
a buggy smashed by a runaway horse
on Sunday. Lon Griggs and Claude
Barnett were upset but not hurt.
Howard Messimer, arising young
comedian, will play Josh Reuben,
the sporty old farmer who makes all
the trouble in the Sporting Craze.
Daughters of the Confederacy
will hold a meeting at the Public
Library Friday morning at 10 o'clock.
All members requested to be present.
Heavy rains seem to have packed
the dirt around the wheat and started
it to growing nicely. A cold wave
now would make it look mighty
Feeling confident that honest
goods at lowest prices will secure
more trade White & Gibson ofler free
four designs of bronze clocks to cash
Miss Cecil Ivcrncss, a pretty and
charming vocalist, will render a
number of new selections in the
Sporting Craze at the opera house tomorrow
The report that Mrs. Laura Estill
Francis was recently married is
a mistake; she is living very comfortably
and happily in her Lexington
Georgetown has an electric street
car line and Paris wants one. Richmond
will get electricity when she
is struck by lightning and no sooner.
Don't be shocked!
The Grocery Store scone in the
second act of The Sporting Craze, is
a marvel of realism of a country
store. The comedy of that name
will be seen at tho opera house tomorrow
The Southern Lumber Co., at
Valley View, has repaired the tramway
which was damaged by the
recent high water, and began operations
last Monday, after a suspension
of two weeks.
Dr. Louis H. Landman, the oculist
and optician, of No. 503 W. 9th
St, Cincinnati, Ohio, will be at Mr.
J. B. Willis' (postmaster), Main St.,
on Wednesday 10th Inst.; he will not
stop at the Glyndon Hotel from now
G. J. Wrhite & Son have for sale
5 work mules one pair nice sorrel
mare mules, G and 7 years of age,
over 1G hands, well broke and sound.
One nice 4-year-old mare, "2 nice
medium." mare and horse mules.
Telephone to him, White's Station.
Three negroes were indicted at
Nicholasvillo for waylaying Deputy
Sheriff Logan Young on November
2 last, and tho investigation disclosed
the peculiar fact that shooting and
wounding from ambush carries the
maximum punishment of five years,
while the same offense, without
wounding, can be punished by a ,ten.
-Jphn Thomas, .wanted al Cov-
ngtorr for moonshinhur. eluded offi
cers. Stringer and Gentry although.
ix leaaon messengers were sent
after him. Thomas was in hiding
Mrs. V. T. Griggs was awarded
the gold watch offered by Taylor
Bros., at Waco, forjruessing nearest
the number of words in McKinloy's
inaugural address. Thero were 3,9(54
words, only 7 more than she guessed.
The saw mill of M. F. Wharton,
at Valley View, which has beenidle
for six months will resumo operations
the .near future under the firm
name of Wharton & Roberts, who
have already bought a great many
R. A R. S Crow are agents for
Honaker's cut flowers and flower
seeds. Sweet peas, pansies,
asters, nasturtium, and all varieties,
5 and 10 cents per package.
Tube rose bulbs 25 and 50 cents per
The students entertainment at
Madison Institute on Saturday night
was an enjoyable one. Those who
took part were Misses Moberly,Smith,
McCord, Letton, Parks, Woodford,
Miner, Chenault, Speed, Crooko Lewis
Despite the hard times and the
fact that no lecture course ever paid
its promoters here, Mrs. Gibson,?sole
manager of the last series has cleared
about $90. She makes a house-to-house
canvass and for her trouble
has funds to spare.
Mr. Robert S. Taylor whose
friends are limited only by his large
acquaintance, is salesman at Wallace
&Rice's. The handsome window
decorations are the products of his
artistic taste and bkill. He is at
home to everybody.
Richard Tribble, a young colored
man, was drowned in the Kentucky
river at Ford. While trying to jump
from log to log he fell, striking his
head, fracturing his skull. lie tumbled
into the water, and was drowned
before help could arrive.
The high ; waters of last week
creafu a great deal of extra wo:
for farmers, as most of them had
more or less fencing washed out.
Post and railing and plank fencing
that crossed small streams were
washed up and taken some distance
by the currents.
An object of admiration. Any
man who wears one of our eight and
ten dollar suits, instantly become an
object of admiration not of himself
alone but of every one who sees him.
These are no shoddy mixtures, but
clean long fiber wool goods.
The Jesse Newby home place
was rented for ?250.50 by Mr. B. B.
Million. Capt. Fcrrill auctioneer.
Capt. Ferrill will cry the Noland
Bros', auction at Union City, on the
13th; the Shmidt confectionery auction
on the 13th; and the B. H.Neale
sale April 3. See ad.
Jackson and Haley, who were
arrested for disturbing a tent meeting
of Rev. McMurry near Berea last
summer, have retaliated by having
the minister arrested for false swearing.
McMurry was examined before
Judge Burnam on Monday and gave
$100 bond for his appearance.
W. Tom Burns, suicided at
on Monday, by shooting himself
in the mouth. He was a brother-in-law
of Mrs. T. H. Hart, this city.
He was 55 years old, a prominent
Republican, a member of several
secret orders, and leaves four child
ren. Miss Mary Clay Lilly and
nieces, Misses Madge and Mayme
Hart, attended the funeral.
When you get ready to make an
investment, you decide after mature
deliberation what you want to invest
your hard earned money in. It
is business to want the best returns
for every dollar, why not apply this
business sense to the clothing you
wear, l ne same ousmess principles
should govern you in this matter.
We are here to show you what we
have to otter j ou. Come and investigate.
We are ottering high class
clothing at very low prices. Covington
There is more money in poultry
for the amount invested and tho time
devoted to it than anything dse the
farmer raises. There is more money
spent for eggs alone than for any
other article of produce.
Upon arrival of the Francis Jones
company tne management; win
place in the show window of White's
Drug Store $;,000 In cash and any
person dissatisfied with the performances
of Francis Jones Company,
will have money refunded at box
Mr. Ham's Lecture.
Hon. H. W. J. Ham's lecture here
Friday last c. "Old Times In Dixie"
was a patriotic discourse, at
entertaining, but on the
whole not up to his pother lectures,
particularly "Snolligosters in Poli
tics." The latter, delivered hero two
years ago, was one of the finest .ever
Blue Grass Nurseries.
In another colnmn will be found
the Spring advertisement of this old
and established nursery. People
can patronize it with the absolute assurance
that everything they get
from it will bo as represented. Mr.
H. Hillenmoyer, tho proprietor, has
bee"n in the business all his lifo and
made an enviable reputation for fair
Kicked In The Head.
George Phelps' three-year-old colt
was hitched up for the first time on
Monday in a break cart, which he
proceeded to break up and did not
stop until ho had thrown out the
driver, Nick White, Jr., kicking him
into insensibility. Fortunately the
horse was barefooted and Nick's
skull was notfractured, though eight
stitches were taken in his scalp.
Little Boy's Midget Newspaper.
The smallest paper published in
Kentutkyhas made its appearance
at Irvine. Robert A. Carse, a son of
Councilman A. E. Carse, of Rich
mond, is tho paper's editor. He is
only eleven years old. Tho paper is
5x5 inches, and is printed in regular
newspaper form, beginning with
Number one and Volume One. The
paper is called "Tho Irvine News,"
and ds the smallest paper. In the
State. Robert Is a sprightly little
fellow and "wH remembered hero.
His Bister is the wife of Mr. Mati
Haoker, operator at Irvine.
Son3 of Confederate Veterans.
JDr. J. M. is arranging to
organize u Camp of Sons of Confederate
Veterans. All persons interested
Avillfcall upon him for any Information
in regard to the organization.
Large Sales ol Merchandise.
Reports from Waco give another
big day of sales of merchandise by
C. L. Searcy. No such quality of
merchandise ever passed over the
counter in one day at Waco or did at
his storo house on last Saturday
Don't imagine that it docs not pay to
A Good Boy Goes Astray.
Stephen Jones, aged 19, son of Fen-ton
Jones, was lodged in jail Monday
for breaking into -the store of Todd
Bros., at Brassfleld. A saddle, a
suit of clothes, a little money, and
other articles were found in his possession.
Detective O'Neil gathered
him in, and the examining trial will
be held to-day. His character has
always been above Teproach.
General Clay Improving.
General Cassius M. Clay, lying in
bed ill at his White Hall home,
writes as follows to tho Climax, on
March 5: "I am better but have not
quit my bed yet. Hnclose J find L25
for another year's Climax."
The New York Journal devoted an
entire page to General Clay on Sun
day, February 28. Tho article was
elaborately illustrated and was written
by a correspondent sent from
New York for that special purpose.
Toll Gate Raiders In Madison.
The first depredation by toll-gate
raiders in Madison occurred on Friday
night last when three gates were
torn down, the one on the Kirksville
pike kept by Mrs. Grady, at Round A
Hill kept by George Prewitt, and the
Hyattsville gate kept by Layton-The
forks were pulled up and the
poles hauled away. A-.notice was
posted on the Hyattsville gate warning
the keeper that tho toll house
would be burned if the poll was replaced.
Desirable Rccidence To Be Sold.
The handsome residence on Third
and Moberley Avenue, adjoining the
property known as the T. S.
place, considered one of the
best constructed and most desirable
homes in the city, will be sold pub.
licly on Saturday, April 3, at 2 o'clock
as the owner has removed to another
State. The place is "specially desirable
for those having children to educate,
as it is only one square from
the public school. A full description
in the advertising column.
To Locate In Tennessee.
Mi J. W. Eads, son of Mr. Wilson
Eads, of Red House, left on Saturday to
locate inr Columbia. Tenn., from which
place he will travel in the interest of
Rand, McNally&Co., manufacturers of
maps, chaiU and school supplies. Mr.
R.'L. Eads, formerly of Richmond, is located
al Columbia, and is in the same
Mr Ead3 came jn on Friday and subscribed
for theCi.iMAX and expressed the
hope that our Red House correspondent
would keep uuliis letters to the Climax:
Another Old Violin.
A. D. Gooey, of Valley View, is
the proud possessor of a violin over
two hundred years old. It has been
handed down as a gift among his
ancestors for one hundred and twenty-five
years. Through the fifth hole
can be seen a slip o paper yellow
with age having the following imprint
Cremonenfis Faciebat Anno 1G98
As the name implies and according
to the Encyclopedia Brittanica, it is
a genuinco Italian make being a
Cremonia, the model for our modern
Musicale By Miss Paltie's Class.
A pupil's musicale will be given by
Miss Mary Pattio's class at Dr. M. C.
Heath's residence on next Friday
at 8 p. in. Following is the program :
Piano Duet "Rondo No. 6". Weber
Misses Tavlor and Pattie.
Vocal Solo "Gaily Chant the Summer
uiras" . De Pinna
Miss Annie Bennett.
Piano Solo "Album Leaf Kirchner
Miss Annie Mccollnm.
Vocal I Love You, Dear".Hawley
Miss Florrie Heath.
Piano SoIB "After School" Lichner
Miss Nannie Hunt Powell.
Vocal Solo "Lullaby" Luckstone
Miss Elsie McCown.
Vocal Duet "Entreaty" Bohm
Misses Bennett and Crow.
Vocal Solo "Anchored" -. .Watton
Mr. Waller Traynor.
Piano Solo "Air de Ballet" Chaminade
Miss Sallie Taj lor.
Vocal Trio "Welcome Pretty Primrose"
. - Pinsute
Misses Heath, Bennett and Crow.
March 12, 1307.
Aged One Hundred and Twenty-Three.
We print the following upon tho re
sponsibility of a member of the
Cleveland M. E. Church, just over
the river, opposite Clay's Ferry, this
"Sis Hannah "White, departed this
life January 1897, aged 123 years.
Hannah White was born in Virginia
and camo to this county among
its early settler when Madison county
was a wilderness. She belonged to
Mr. Dan White and was set free from
his farm. She was tho mother of IB
children and had 115 grandchildren.
She lived a consistent christian and
died in full faith. Peace be to her
"Cleveland M. E. Church."
It will be no desrespect to the
church but this is a terrible strain on
tho intelligence or credulity of our
readers, and before we can endoree
this nnrrative we must solicit neighbors
and friends of the deceased to
verify this fstatement. Who is Bro.
Harry Whito? Ho must bo about
one hundred himself.
The Turnpike Question.
Thero are five main pikes entering
Richmond which average 12 miles in
length to tho county line. There are
two short roads, Barnes' Mill and
Red House, 5 miles each in length,
or a total of 70 miles. These roads
can probably be bought at an average
of $1,500 per mile, or about $100,000.
Tho Constitution limits tho assessment
for such public expenditures
of $2.60 per $1,000, which in the case
of Madison would bo a sufilcient
lovyto buy the roads, in four or five
yours. This does not include, the!
many short pikes 1n which the
county owns a half interest, or more.
Tho question which tho impatient
'free pikers" should consider, is
that these purdic highways cannot
bomadofree until tho people by a
two-thirds vote next November do-,
cide they aro willing to "be taxed for
these roads. It is unwise, unlawful,
and demoralizing to make these assaults
on the toll-gates, and wo hope
will cease their
'The oeoplo wfll vote the tax,
if they gpe fit, and it-would bo proper
to wait on their decision. The
coufte"will handle offenders severely:
Debate at Central University.
The citizens of Richmond are cordially
invited to attend the Second J?rfce Debate
of the Philaletbean Society at College
Chapel next Friday night, March
12th. Subject, resolved "That Military
Heroes are More Deserving Than Statesmen."
Debaters, Messrs. G. P. Scott, R.
Krieger, Joseph Mansfield and John
' "In Old Madrid" to Return.
Theatre goers will bo delighted to knew
that they will have another opportunity
of seeing this delightful comedy
and also pleased to learn that Mr. Jones
and his company will leraain two nights
Richmond and in addition to ' In Old
Madrid," "Follies of a Night" will be
presented the second night oi their engagement
here. This company is playing
two night stands everywhere this
season at a straight price of admission
and with the excellent performances
given, arc doing an enormous
.business. The dates here are March 12
New Officers Chosen.
The third quarterly meeting of the
recently organized Blue Gras3 Den
tal Association, in session here las.
week, elected tho following officers:
President, Dr. W. W. Justice,
Vice President, Dr. D. W. Proctor,
Secretary, W. P. McQuown, George
Treasurer, J. W. Stapleton, Winchester.
Winchester was solected as tho
next place of meeting and Juno 1,
Dr. A. Wilkes Smith, retiring
President, entertained tho convention
at a handsome supper at West-over
West End Monarch Now" Reigns Over An
Up Town Yard.
Capt. J, Speed Smith's yard is minus
one of the stately shade trees
which are so ornamental to tho resident
portion of the "West End," it
having been taken up "lock, Btock
and.barrel" and transplanted in the,
yard of Mr. C. D. Chenault. The unusual
occurrence took placelastweek
and the transformed appearance of
the Chenault yard, hitherto barren of
shade trees, is very noticeable. The
custom of transplanting trees has
long been in vogue in large cities,
particularly in Chicago, where, on
Michigan Avenue giant monarchs of
the forest, many at a thousand dollars
each, have been transplanted
along the barren lake front.
The Madstone Needed.
On Friday night Mr. A. D. Miller,
one of the Climax proprietors, was
bitten on the thumb by a young dog
and instantly it.wentmad, frothed at
the mouth, and -fell in a fit, all of
which indicated hydrophobia in a
violent form. Mr. Miller promptly
killed the dog but paid little
to the very slight scratch on
his thumb until it swelled and grew
painful, whereupon, in company
with Judge J. C. Chenault, he drove
down to Clay's Ferry and consulted
the madstone owned by Mr. Clifton
Burgin. The stone quickly adhered
to the wound and remained for a
half hour. This convinced all that
the dog's poisonous fangs had done
their work, and only the precaution
which Mr. Miller had taken probably
saved his life.
Moral: Dog bite, pistol, madstone.
A Good Man.
Grocery dealers thoughout Kentucky
now have tho opportunity to
secure tho unrivaled goods "handled
by Austin, Nichols & Co., Importers
and Wholesale Grocers, who have
established a Kentucky and Tennessee
route and placed it in charge of
Mr. Joseph W. Irvine, a well known
traveling salesman. This firm is tho
largest in tho world in their line and
employ 174 traveling salesmen
whose territory extends from Canada
to Central America and whose sales
for last year aggregated twenty -one
millions of dollars. There is no article
in the staple or fancy grocery
line which is not manufactured or
packed in their mammoth fourteen-story
building in New York. Four
hundred men are employed in that
giant edifice which is a perfect exposition
within itself. Mr. Irvine,
although unacquainted here, is re
lated to the Irvines, Caldwells and
Phillipses, of Boyle and Marion, is
an excellent salesman, and took several
nice orders this week. His firm
is to be congratulated upon securing
tho services of suce an efficient and
Heavy Rains And High Winds.
Friday last opened as beautiful as
a mid-spring morning, with a bright
sun and balmy breezes. But fickle
march asserted her right to the title
of the inconstant month, and before
we knew it the sky was overcast with
leaden clouds, the winds whirled the
dust and debris of tho streets hither
and thither, and rain fell in torronts.
For a while it seemed as if we were
to have another calamitous visitation
of tho watery elements, so dense tho
down-pour that objects a few yards
distant were invisible to tha eye. For
half an hour the rain descended
amid furious winds and rendered
traveling perilous or impossible, but
no damage resulted in the city.
However it was otherwise in the Eastern
part of the county.
Tho large barn of Wiley Burnes,
at Bobtown, was blown down, and the
flag pole at Berea broken as a reed.
The roof of tho restaurant at the
railroad crossing at Winchester was
carried away, and much other similar
damage wrought in the path of the
wind through Harrison and Nicholas.
Two barns of H. B. Dillingham
at Seedwcllwero unroofed, 500 panels
of fence, and 14 pine trees in Henry
Rayburn's yard were blown down.
Over four hundred panels of fencing
on Mrs. Belle Rayburn's placo were
blown down, a field of fodder was
scattered h. w.& c. One mile distant
Mr. Dillard Borryman lost 500 panels
fence. The wind was terrific and the
storm was very general from Cincinnati
Farm tenant, share rent, fresh clover
land for corn, 20 to 35 acres. Man must
have team and live in a 3-room box
cabin. A good chance for a reliable
man. Situated 3 miles from Kirksville;
take Barnes' Mill pike.
Bales & JfcElwajnosold to JfcGibben,
of Kew York, an extra nico
horse for $500. They sold to General
Eckels, of New York, another ojji the
Bame kind ami at the same once. I
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Additional personals on, our first
3rr. A. J. Royco
and Miss Rebecca Johnson "were
married at tho home of tho bride at
Kirksville last Wednesday.
Mr. J. A. Royce,
of Bath county, and Miss Rebecca
Johnson, of Kirksville, were married
on March 3, at Kirksville by
Rev. W. R. Potter.
Barlow. To the wife of Richard
Barlow on Monday, a girl.
Shearer. To tho wife of Mr. L.
O. Shearer, of Balwin, last Wednesday,
a 11-pound boy.
Benton. The home of Judge Jas-M.
Benton, of Winchester, was gladdened
on March 3, by tho arrival of a
bouncing boy William Covington,
learned for tho Judgo's father and
mother, Squire Wm. Benton and
Anno Covington Benton, of Waco,
this cc ify.
McElwaine. To tho wife of Mr.
"'ugh McElwaine, on tho 2d inst.,a
w pound girl. This birth was a
.source of equally as much joy to Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Bales as to tho parents.
The little youngster will bo a
great pot in the Bales home, as well
as with tho many friends of its
mother and father. It has been
named Mattie Elisaph, tho latter a
Fowler. Mrs. Marietta Fowler, near
Syloam church, died Sunday morning,
after a 6hort illness, aged about 53 years.
Kii.e. Near Youngers, Boone county,
Mo., February 17th, A. S. Kile, aged 84
years. Mr. Kile was a native of Madison
county, but moved to Boone county
fifty yearsago. Columbia, (Mo.) Herald.
Hakkis. Mrs. J. Harris, aged 87 years,
died February 20th, at Yountsville, Cat,
Her maiden name was Mize, She was a
native of Estill county and a sister of
Mrs. Nancy Pij:g. of this county, and
aunt of Judge Riddell, of Irvine.
At least 100 Kentucky sports will see
the Corbett-Fitzsimmons fijdit on the 17.
List of Letters.
Chenault John (Col.)
Chenault Lizzie Mrs.
Ijinter K. D.
J B. WILLIS, Postmaster.
It is said Hanning & Co., of Clover-port,
will start another distillery in
9m mm 9mW mW ItBH SSS
Are much in little; alwajs
ready, efficient, satisfac PHSs
tory; pre vent a cold or fever,
cure all lirer Ilia, rtclc head
ache, jaundice, conrtlpaUon, etc Price 25 cenU.
The only nils to take with Hood's Srjparllla.
Their is not a vacant house in Adair-
party to manage
business, salary SCO per month and percentage.
$100 cash capital required Address
with stamp, Box 481 Louisville
of Daviess county Populists
How mucli business can a man do
whose sj stem is in a state of (Jisorncr?
Headache is only a symptom. It is not
a disease. The pain in the head is the
sian of rebellion. There have been mistakes
in diet and other abuses.
Dr. Pierce's pleasant Pellet are a gentle,
efTecsive renovator and invigoratorof
of stomach, liver and bowels. The' assist
nature without threatering to tear
the body piece-meal. There are no griping
pains, no nausea. One is a laxative.
A Book of 1003 pases, profusely illustrated,
written by Dr. R. V. Pierce, called
"The People's Common Sense Medical
Adviser," will be sent free for 21
stamps to cover cost of mailing
only. World's Dispensary Medical Association,
No. 003 Main Street, Buffalo,
X. Y. It
Metcalfe county is sutTering from a
widespread epidemic of measles.
It is not to be wondered at that Aycr's
Pills are in such universal demand. For
the cure of constipition, billousnoss, or
any other complaint needing a laxative,
tl6c pills are unsurpassed. They are
su easy to take, and every
doe is effective. It
The fanners are as anxious to see
spring weather as they are to get $1 for
The chronic grumbler still lives, but
there are less cases of chronic-Indigestion,
and Dyspepsia than formerly. The fact is
so many people in the past have taken
Simmons Liver Regulator that they are
now cured of these ills. And a great
are now taking Simmies Liver
Regulator for the same trouble ami
they'll soon be cured. "It is the best
medicine." Mrs. E. R&ine, Baltimore,
Clias. Drew is reported to have been
shot to death by Frank Lakes at Pine
Grove, in Jackson county, as the result
of an old grudge.
"Not Exactly HABbi."
. Thousands of people are in this condi
tion. They are not sick and yet they are
by no means well. A single bottle of
Hood's Sarsaparilla would do them a
world of good. It would tone the stomach,
create an appetite, purify and enrich
the blood and give wonderful igor
and vitality. Now is the' time to take it.
Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick headache,
indigestion, biliousness. All druggists.
Ben Bradley, colored, was taken from
Millersbnrg, where he is said to have
"killed his wife, to Paris, because there
where threats of lynching.
"When a person is losingflesh and wasting
away there is cause for alatm. Nothing
so worries a physician. Consumptives
would never dieif they coult regain
ttieir usual weight. In fact there would
be no consumption f there wast no wasting
of the system. The cause of this loss
of flesh is a failure to properly digest the
food eaten. Nine-tenths of all aur diseases
date back to some derangement of the
The Shaker Digstlve Cordial will stop
this wasting of the body. It acts by causing
the food, lor undigested food" does
mora "harm than good. The Cordial con
tains food already digested and isa diges
ter oi foods aa well- .
Every mother bates fomake her chil
dren take. Castor 'UilJ IAX9i is swnL
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of the Greatest Bargains
be Offered by any Firm in the City are now on Sale at
Oo lol of beautiful Piques and Ducks, white grounds with colored stripes. Dots
being oltered at bc. per yd. lhese goods maKe oeantiim waists lor cnuciren, snirta tor men,
and dress skirts for ladies, they have just been received, being a line that was closed out by us
large Eastern house, they are cheap at 12Ac. per yd.
One lot (about 35 pieces) of East Colored 31-Inch Percales in
all the new patterns and shirting styles, are being offered at
per yd. These goods are equal in quality to any 12ic percales
you can buy.
WE ARE OFFERING FOR A FEW DAYS OUR CELEBRATED
36-Inch "Wide in 75 different styles having just recieved. that many new pieces at the very low price of
lie. per yd. AVe have the exclusive sale on these percales in this city, they are a great deal finer, and
much better quality than any percale in the -market. Call and select what you need in percales while
we are oilering them at this, price, they have always been 15c. per yd.
MasonviUe Bleach Cotton Rf7
Fruit of tho Loom Bleach Cotton fi'f7
Green Ticket Bleach Cotton . . . . ". rVP
Hope Bleach Cotton R P
Good Yaid Wide Bleach Cotton clear of dressing . . .c p
The prettiest, newest and largest line of
at the lowest prices in the City.
It is estimated that about 500 Kentucky
Republicans attended the inauguration
Consumption can often be prevented
bv giving early attention to a cold,
whether slight or severe. A cold quickly
Our Prces on Carpets, Mattings and Oilcloths.
disappears when Dr. Bells Pine Tar and medicinal virtues of Avers
is taken. It ilia. It was the only blood-purifier ad
Tho mnrilpr trinl of "Rnbprt Coleman .
has begun in the HopkinsilIc Circuit j
Court Coleman is charged with the !
killing of Ed Long at a dance last May.
Rheumatism Quickly Cured..
After having been contineil to tho
louse for eleven days and paj ing out j
25. in doctor hills without benefit, Mr.
Frank Dolson of Saul Ste. Marie, Mich.,
was cured bj one bottle of Chambrlain's
Pain Balm costing 25 cents and has not
since been troubled with that coaiplaint.
For sale by W. G. "White. mar3 lm j
Miss Ida Webb took her life a". Gleen-ville,
in Adair county, by taking strychnine.
She was to have been married
and the cause of her rash acl is not
Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Ka.cma.
The intense itching and smarting incident
to theso diseases is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bud cases
have been permanently cured b it. It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore aipplesj
chapped hand3, chilblains, frcet bitei
and chronic sore oyea. 25 cts. ier box.
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are
just what a horso needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood pnrilicr and
vermifuge. They are not food but
medicine and tho best in use t) put a
horse in prime condition. Prico 25
sents per package.
Tho citizens of Alexandria, Ky , to
which Jackson and "Walling wentreinov
ed. aro circulating a petition to Judge
Helm asking that the execution be held
is their town.
People buy Hood's Sarsaparilla year
after year because it does then good.
It will do you good to take it-now. It
Concord is up to date if a littlct small.
There are twoxlady paper IiangeiB thero
who are doing big buiness.
From Crippis Greek. l
Altor a big fire in Cripple Creel:, I took
a very severe cold and tried many remedies
without help, the cold only' becoming
more settled. After nsing thn.'esmall
bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
both the cough and cold left me,, and in
this high altitude it makes a meritorious
cough remedy to do any B.
Hexhehsox, editor Daily AnviirnsEn.
For bale by V. G. White. ma 3 lm
The champion load of tobaico, of
Henderson, wo&sold Thursday by -Tom
Book, of the Frog Island neighborhood.
On the wagon was loaded 4,916 'pounds
March Atirll Mav
Are-the months. in which to give special
attention to the condition ot your
cal health. If you pass safely through
these months and find yourself strong
and Vigorous, on tho arrival oi rarmer
weathertyou will ho well in sunnier.
Now is the time to take Hood s
illrt, because, now is the time wlUn the
blood must bj purified enrich d and
vitalized, and becausj"lIood b, rsa par-
ilia i the only, true bkiod pwifi
in thapablkeya today. 'Hood's
SarBSariUajbak power WWWy m beer-
;gifdv yar Mtaiuet
The population of Breckenriuse county
increased last year by biuhs over deaths
While no physicians or pharmacist can
conscientiously warrant a cure, the J. C.
AyerCo guarantee tlie purity, strength,
mitted at the great "World's Fair in
Chicago, 1S93. It
A few tocacco beds have been burned,
but nothing like the number in former
Dangers of the Grip.
The greatest danger from La Grippe is
of its resulting in pneumonia. If reasonable
cure is used, however, and Cham-
berlain's Cough Remedy taken, all
ger w ill be avoided. Among the tens of
thousands who have used this remedy
for la grippe, we have yet to learn of a
single case having reauitea in pneumonia,
which shows conclusively that this remedy
is a certain preventive of that dread
disease. It will effect a permanent cure
in less time than any other treatment.
The 25 and 50 cent sizes for Eale by W.
G. White. mar3 lm
Stephen F. Davis, an inmate of the
Wefctern Kentucky Asylum made his
This day Fayette Vaughn camo before
me and made oath as required
by law nnd had posted, four hogs,
guilts, the. value of $10. Three of
said hogs black and white spotted
and one red. Given under my
hand this February 6, 1897.
U. S. Coyle,
inch3 4v J. P. M. C.
Mr. Ciias. Thomas, of Midway, raid
Iiis entire crp of hemp at top priee,$S35.
BEST OP ALL
To cleanee the system in a gentle and
trnly beneficial manner, when the
Springtime comes, use the true and perfect
remedy, Syrup of FigF. One bottle
will answer for all the family and costs
only 50 cents; tho large size SI. Buy the
uenuine. Manufactured by the California
Fig syrup Company only, for sale by
all druggists. apr3 lta
Henry Morton was elected Postmaster
in the Cloverport Republican contest to
decide the fight.
As an honest remedy Foley's Honey
and Tar does not hold out false hopen in
advanced Rface"r but truthfully claims to
comlort and relief in the very worst case,
and in the early stages to effect a cure.
Meade county Populists will hold a
county convention March 27.
Bever Dam, O., Aug. 27th, 1S95.
My daughter, after being treated by
four doctors, and being given up forlost,
a neighbor recommended Foley's Kidnev
Cure. To-day she is able to walk several
miles without fatigue. I feel we would
have lost her if itTvas not for your medicine.
Mrs. J. M Bailey, ji
"Work has been started on tho new-
Methodist Church atShelby villc -
"That Tixef Tetliaar" H
overcomes us Ue iafcrior grepa rats ins
are recommended by HBecrupuloug. dial
ers w "imt'm good h Foley's Hoaey'itd
Tf CowiBSyrnp," whea we JukwI;
uBvlted JoeriW ot Urn gnat mtifii
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AAA Brown Cotton,
Good Shirting Cotton in
Per ' 5c a yd.
Lonsdale Cambric and
Hambnrgs and Laces are being
r. mvrsij ft m
Thp .nhnvp int rpnresents one of
now on exhibition at our store,
Cash Customers entirelv free of
liberal patronage. This Special
5c a yd.
Stripes and Plaids,
8 per yd.
shown by us
ii l i i
the hand&ome Bronze Clock1
which we propose to give our UrW
charge, in consideration of their C
Offer, winch will hold good for a K,
and are beantiful mantel
time keepers. There four designs.
you the clocks.
coupons we record your cash
when these purchases reach a
different designs of clocks, we will
Beautiful Time-keepers Absolutely
of this liberal offer, and favor
we remain, Very respectfully
taien permanent residence in another
State I desire to sell my residence property,
without reserve, to-wit:
One of the best constructed, most convenient,
and most desirable residences in Bichmond, at
public sale, on
Salurk April 3,1,
Two story and half, 8 rooms,
reception hall, bath room,
large eeller, finished throughout
in fine hard-wood gas
fixtures, force pump, sink;
stable, garden, outbuildings,
shade and fruit trees, terraced
lawn, well fenced, everything
in good repair.
Sale at 2 o'clock, p. mM on.
the premises, corner Third
and Mcberley Avenue, adjoining
the property known as
the T. S. Bronston place.
TBRMS i Cash, ba&if c .
a in 6 and 12 months. '
These clocks are made of hronze, ornaments,
as well as first class
We will take pleasure in showing
By means of punch cards or purchases
from time to lime, and
specified sum. accordinir to
present yon with one of these
Trusting you will take advantage
and favor us with your patronage,
"Wilford & Co. purchased the Reaves
flourishing mill at mayfield for $6,000.
To make the hair grow a natural color,
prevent baldness, and keep the scalp
healthv, Hall's Hail
and proved itself successful. It
Tiie "divine healers" are creating
much iuterest it Crittenden county.
Save, You Had Tko drip?
It you have, you probably need a re
liable medicine like Foley's Honey and
Tar to Iieal your lnngsand stop the racking
cough incidental to this disease.
Carroll county Democrats will
a Representative April 3.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take taiative Bromo Quintal Tablets. All
Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure.
25c. For sale by W. G. White, Druggist,
I will sell at public sale to the highest bidder,
SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1897,
At 10 o'clock, a. m., promptly, three miles from
Richmond on the and XeiiatrtOB
turnpike, the following: Acbbs of
jtooaland. There la a spites on this land that
never goeH dry .i At the same time I vriU sell
number of Horse Stock. Mares, CoHs, Ac.
Also Borne Aldorney Heifers arm two Much
cows. Terns oa day ot wt.
k. rt - , ' " .- B.M.MML&.
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