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The Richmond Climax.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, - 1S97.
Center 14, C. TJ. 5.
C. TJ. vs. K. U. here Saturday.
Decoration Day at College Hill,
May 29th. -
For a bujiKy, surrey or
phaeton, call ou John Douelson. tf
Ordination services at the Christian
church, at Uuiou, next Sunday at 7:30
Jl ui.
II S. Morgan, of White's Station,
sold to J. G. Galloway, 30 fat shoats.
average 12T pounds, at $3
The ladies of the Society
if the Presbyterian church at Kirksville
propose to have a btrawberry Bupper
1 rula night, June 4th.
Madison Institute Commencement
at the Christian church to-morrow at 11
1. dock. Seven graduates. Sermon by
Ir II. L. "Willis, of Chicago.
Ite. Mr. Simmons, of Missouri,
Mill preach at the Baptist church
in xt Sunday, at 7 a. m instead of 11
a in as heretofore announced.
The ladies of the Missionary Society
uf tne Presbyterian church at Kirksville
propose to have a strawberry bupper
!ndj night, June 4th.
A visit 10 John Donelson's carriage
fartorj will convince you that he has the
ntut line ff buggies, surries, pliaetunx,
ell ever diuplayel in Richmond. tf
Mrs. Mattie Aherson, the famous
Like maker of Madison, is an artist when
it comes to ganlening. She has the
finest sweet otato plants on the market
1 r sjle.
If vou want to be astonished call as
we dill on S. I MidkifTaud examine his
line of barouches, phaetons, buggies and
rnail wagons anil get his prices for same.
Tde jioorest can afford to ride in a vehicle
at hi- puces. tf
We hae noticed in our horse exchange
quite :i discussion, on the
hnvding problem, in which three of
our Madison county horses are quit
prominent. They are Dr. Hooker,
Majrjrie Igo and dam of Maggie Igo.
Commencing May 17th, the C. &
O. from Lexington will resume con-n.
ction with L. k N. train arriving
at .pen, p. m. Close connection
m iw on all trains via L. & X. both to
ami from Lexington.
The music at the Baccalaureate
of C U. on Sunday, June G, will be
tinuMialh fine. Miss Ruth Crow will
IU the organ accompaniments, Miss
Pat tie will direct the music, and a large
horns will furnish melodj1 for the multitude.
The First Presbvterian church, this
ity, will observe Children's Day next
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. This
lax is observed eery jear in accordance
with The General Assenilny. A
program of responsive reading
and music Public initod.
Ionaru A. "West was appointed
by the County Attorney of Estill
( ou:ity Court, to 1111 the unexpired
term of Grant E. Lilly. He is the
Republican candidate for County
in Estill county at the coming
November election.
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. I
Dull days are a thing of the past at
our store. D Chenault & Co.
' -
Mr. D. B. Shackelford is bewailing
the loss of a fine Berkshire gilt, 150 or
200 lbs , which took wings and 'departed
from his Lancaster Avenue home on
Saturday. The s black, with
ring in ear and nose. Reward for its return.
Come, get our prices on all kinds
of groceries, queonsware, 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. L. Chenault & Co.
I am a candidate, for Major of the
City ot Richmond, subject to the action
of tin Democratic primary, and if nominated
and elected I pledge 1113 self to a
prudent and economical administration
of citv affairs. Respectfully,
J. W: Bali-s.
May 25. 18U7.
Thee will probably be fine driving
on the public roads of the county for the
next six months. A new and handsoiue
chicle can be enjoyed leyond measure
Call on John Donelson and he can supply
you with anything from a road
wagon to a closed carriage. tf
Undoubtedly the cheapest grocery
house in Central Kentucky is
D. Chenault & Co., on 2d St., Richmond,
Ky. They handle only standard
goods and sell them for less than
so called cheap houses charge for
trashy stuff. D. Chenault & Co.
Grease and Turkey, however you
spell thein, havo a natural association
Just now, Greece and Turkey
fill a Very prominent place in the
eyes of the world Greece set out to
coral Turkey. Turkey 6eems more
likely to gobble Greece, unless the
Powers Intervene, as we certainly
hope they will. However this
war flurry may end,
one thing is certain: We set out to
coral high prices in men's and boy's
clothing and unlik Greece, have succeeded
in our purpose. If you need
in our line, call and see our
goods, and get the low down prices to
suit the times.
Coviagton & Mitchell.
Kingston High School.
Kingston lligh School, presided over
by Profs. Boatman and Riggs, will conclude
a most successful year with an exhibition
at the Baptist church on Friday
night. All invited.
Summer Tourists.
Low trip tickets are now
-on sale from Queen & Crescent stations
to Cumberland Falls, Rugby,
Burnside, Spring City and Lookout
Mountain. Liberal rates and limits.
Ask your agent about it.
W. C. Rixeabson,
Gen'I Pass'r Ag't, Cincinnati, Q.
Trapped The Raiders.
Sheriff Lane and eleven deputies were
secreted at a toll gate near Owingsvillo
and when a gang of raiders appeared
Lane ordered them to surrender. A battle
resulted in which fifty shots were
fired. The leader, Dave Johnson, and
eexeralof his men were wounded and
captured. r
Democratic Cortvenlion.
Juno 1st and 2nd the Prankfort and
Cincinnati Railway will run three
trains each way between Paris and
Frankfort to accommodate visitors to
the State Convention.
Kentucky Stale Democratic Convenllon.
Frankfort, Juno 2d. Tickets via the
Queen and Crescent Route & George-town
oirn tajik tho round trip June
1st and 2nd. good to return uutil Juno
5th. Ask Q, & C. agents for further
Mr. Bales For Mayor.
The announcement of Mr. J. "W". Dales
as a candidate for the fiomination for
Mayor of Richmond brings before the
people for their suffrage, a gentleman
whose integrity, ability and fitness none
will gainsay. Should he be honored
with the office the city's affairs will be
in good hands. Remember his candidacy.
"The World Is Mine," Said Monte Crislo,
Ccrro Gordo and Malt Cohen.
Matt S. Cohen, of Richmond, was
here Friday and Saturday visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Cohen,
says the AVoodford Sun. Matt tolls
us that he is out of tho horse business
now, except that he wants to
match Cerro-Gordo against any saddle
stallion in Kentucky, for $100 or
more. Cerro Gordo, it will be remembered,
won the Saddle Stallion Stake
at the Versailles Fair, last year, defeating
Thornton Star and other good
Good Stock Items.
Mnt Cohen returned from Cincinnati
Monday where he took an extra load of
fat heifers fed by Mr. Robt. Mason, of
this county, and they were pronounced
by every body to he the f.Htest, finest and
best load of cattle received at the Union
yards this season. There were 2t head,
22 red, 2 roans and 2 black, all home
raised an average 902 lbs.
Wagers fc Cohen xilso bought from
various parlies a load of fat hogs at 3c.
which they shipped csterday.
There were fifty-five thousand hogs on
Chicago market Monday, the largest run
up this year; tops S'jld at $3 70.
Mr. Sam Withdraws.
Mr. S, A. Deathcrage withdrew on
Monday from the rate for the Democratic
nomination for Jailer, and asked
the Climix to extend to his many friends
his heartfelt thanks for their encouragement
and support all during thecanvass.
He positively states that his withdrawal
"is in the interest of no other candidate
w hatsoever."
It is needless to add that there was
much regret occasioned by Mr. Deather-age's
deiision to give up the race. He
is a opular gentleman, who makes
friends with ease and who would, if
elected make a splendid officer.
A Fine Musical.
A handsome audience greeted the pupils
of Mrs. G. W. Pk'kels at the latler's
beautiful home on Monday evening,
when their annual exhibition was held.
The program was one of exceptional
merit, attesting the high quality of the
instruction and the faithful, painstaking
work of both pupils and teacher. A
novel feature was the contest for a prize I
for the best scale pel former. Misses
Feeney, Dykes and Spears took part in
thi, aiid after a long deliberation the
judges, Mrs. Walker, Miss Pattie and
Mr. Thomas decided in favcr of Mis
Spears. The-performers were showered
w ith presents, trnits, flowers, candy, etc.
Wc Challenge the World.
The Clijiax not only openly challenges
its contemporaries to a showdown
on circulation, but we challenge
them to produce .1 compositor equal
to our "Old Printer" George Washington
White, who will be GO jears
old to morrow and ho commenced his
trade in 1S49 in this city. He set two
gallcxs of type on this paper yesterday
by 2 o'clock, p. m., and there was
not an error in it. Ho" set this item
within twenty feet of the identical
spot where he hegon the trade forty-eight
years ago. He was only a
'devil" then. Dut now well he is a
dcilof a fine printer and good for
thirty years more, if ho should live.
A Sad Death.
News was received here on Sunday
announcing the death of Mrs. Will D.
Alverson, at New Orleans. Deceased
was married in 1S90, and was given a
large reception at the home of the
groom's mother, Mrs. Mattie Alver&on.
in this city. She was a beautiful and
extremely loxaule lady, and her death
plunges two families and a large circle
of friends in deep grief. She leaves a
husband and three pretty little daughters.
Deceased was a daughter of New Orleans'
famous Fiie Chief, Thos. O'Connor, who
visited this city three cars ago. As
.maiden, wife and mother, Mrs. Alverson
was a model of her bex, and the sorrow
her sudden death has caused is a tribute
toher worth which it were well toeny.
Who Were These Slick Du:ks?
That several slick ducks attended
the students from Richmond hero
last Friday was evidenced by the
fact that several bets were made on
the ball game and tho money placed
in the hands of Richmond stakehold
ers. In all instances tho aforesaid
stakeholders, "went south with the
coin," but luckily for the home peo
ple they were held up at the depot
and forced to "cough up" or go to
jail. They chose the former alternative
and are now doubtless sadder
but wiser. Sholbville is not a college
town, hut she is strictly up-to-date
in every respect as tho smooth
gentry from Richmond will promptly
attest. Shelby yews.
Big Cattle Purchased.
Mr. J. W. Bales informs the Cmmax
that he purchased last week GOO head
of export cattle in Boyle county,
which renders tho remarks of the
Danville Advocate appropos. Itsays:
"J. C. Caldwell sold last night to J. W.
Rales, agent, 800 head of fat cattle at
$4.65 per hundred. One half the cattle
arc to be taken within the next 20
days, and tho remainder about July
1st. As these cattle will average
about 1,400 pounds to the head, the
sum total of tho deal will approximate
thousand dollars. Mr.
Bales is agent for the
Schultzberger Cntflo Company, of
New York, Chicago and Kansas City.
No other sales of fat cattle havo been
made yet, except the bunch sold by
Lillard Bros., which is reported elsewhere.
Mr. Caldwell still has six or
seven hundred head feeding. ''Tliis
promises to bo a great .year for the
Boyle county export cattle trade.
There are 3,400 head of cattle for ox-port
this fall being prepared
In that county. These cattle will
bring into the county between July
and January from $ 225,000 to $250,000,
which will go jio little ways toward
helping" to enliven all branches of
trade. Besides there are 1300 feeders
LiiiBovle that will not be ready until
fan.'". , : ' ':"ih
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A Giant Tumor Removed All Records
Broken. -
Dr. T.TST. "Willis, a brother of Postmaster
J. B. Willis, assisted in removing
a2451b. tumor from a Shelby
county lady last week and the world's
record has been broken. Tbeiady
weighed, after the operation, only 130
pounds, which would warrant the jest
that instead of tho tumor being taken
from her, she was taken from it. In
this connection it is proper to stnto
that the first operation for ovarian
tumor was performed in 1809, at Danville,
by Dr. Ephraim McDowell,
grand-father of Mrs. Win. M. Irvine,
of this city, whoso momory is revered
by the medical world. Full particulars
of the operation referred to, will
bo omul ou our first page.
Another Big Assignment.
Lexington was treated to another sensation
on Friday when the big distilling
firm of Win. Tarr & Co. assigned. AVtn.
Tarr, head of the fiim, who has been
rated for years at over a quarter million,
also made an individual assignment of
his fine property in Bourbon county.
No schedule of assets and liabilities has
yet been filed and the amount involved
is not yet know u.
The assets named include the big distilling
plant, worth at least ?50,000;
1,525 acres of rich Bluegrass lands, a
number of town lots in Superior, Wis.;
stocks, notes, bonds and accounts. It is
belie'ved that the assets will cover liabilities.
The assignment was due to Mo
Tarr's indorsement of friends for several
heavy sums.
Died in Lexington.
John Vanderpool Smith died at
12:45 Friday night at the residence of
his son, John R. Smith, on South'
Spring Street, Lexington. Mr. Smith
was in his eighty-second year, and
the immediate cause of his death was
dropsy of the heart. He was born in
Lewistown, Penn., November 27, 1815.
He came to Kentucky when about 21
years of age. He was twice married,
his first wife being a daughter of
Judge Jas. Payne Mitchell, of Boyle
county, and his second Miss Elizabeth
R. Owsley, of Winchester, both
of whom preceded hiin to the grave.
Ho leaves four children, James M.
Smith, of this city; W. W. Smith,
news editor of tho Kentucky Stock
Farm; J. R. Smith, the real estate
man, and one daughter, Miss Nannie
Smith, wllo resides in Lexington. He
was a member of tho Maxwell Street
Presbyterian Church. His remains
were taken to Winchester for burial.
Decoration Day.
The largest and most imposing procession
that has appeared upon our
streets, w ithout one exception, in many
years, was that which paraded from the
Court House to the cemetery last Saturday
in honor of Decoration Day. There
were over one thousand in line, ex-Confederates,
Union Veterans, sons of Confederates,
school children, cadets, the
band. Daughters of Confederacy, Daughters
of the Rcohition, elc The exercises
at the cemetery were very impressive,
consisting of a salute by the cadets,
sorgs by the children and an eloquent
oration by Rev. Jasper K. Smith, whose
father and brothers gave their liyes to
the Lost Cause. The town wore a holiday
attire and many people came in
from the country. It was a great day
and Brig. Gen'I. Toyntz and his aides,
the children, the Veterans, the band,
the Ladies, all who took part, helped to
make Decoration Day, 1S97, memorable.
Primary Election Officers.
Tho following persons wero appointed
officers for the Democratic
Primary to be held in this county on
Saturday May 29th:
Court Howe, A'o. 1.
Judges, O. W. Pickels, D. K. Duncan;
Clerk, CD. Pattfe; Sheriff, G.
W. Evans, Jr.
CUy Rail, Xo. 2.
Judges, C. T. Wells, J. A. Mershon ;
Clerk, Sam Kennedy; Sheriff, A S.
University, Xo. 3.
Judges, Ed. Dullard, D. C. Potts;
Clerk, C. W.Tribble; Sheriff, J. Wade
Cfienault, Xo. 4.
Judges, John White, Harvoy Chenault;
Clerk, James Neale; Sheriff,
Harrison Williams.
White Hall, No. G.
Judges, Eugene Durgin, Bud Hay-den;
Clerk, Wm. A. Laiigford: D. S.
Harber, Shoritf.
McCreary, No. C.
Judges, J. D. Hamilton, James No-land
; Clerk, Andrew Baxter; Sheriff.
J. E. Fades.
Tipton, No. 7.
Judges, A. J. Willoughby, G. D.
Noland; Clerk, J. L Griggs; Sheriff,
H. C. Chambers.
llcco, No. 8.
Judges, Bob Rush, Dave Martin;
Clerk, Tom Taylor; Sheriff, Henry
Xavanaitgh, No 9.
Judges, Sid Noland, F. M. Gibson;
Clerk, T. J. McKinney; Sheriff, R. E.
L. Doty.
Kingston, No. 10.
Judges, Den Crooke, R. T. Pettus ;
Clerk, R. C. While; Shoriff, Ad. W.
Bear Wallow, No: 11.
Judges. Marion Hill, James Combs;
Clerk, W. C. Lewis; Sheriff, William
Blue Licl; Xo. 12. I
Judges, Wm. Davis, E. D.Mitchell;
Clerk, George Bogie; Sheriff, John
Berea, Xo. 13.
Judges, Warren Elkins, William
Terrill ; Clerk, P. B. Johnson ; Sheriff,
J. S. Codo.
Z)uHtniion, Xo. 14.
Judges, T. J. Powers, Georgo "W.
Samuels; Clerk, M. M. Miller; Sheriff,
Clay Jones.
Burnam, Xo. 15.
Judges, J. W. Ballard, J. C. Adams;
Clerk, Frank Seifrlcd; Sheriff, C. C.
Tecu, Xo. 16.
Judges, R. F. Tevis, Jack Hisle ;
Clerk, David, Jones; Sheriff, John
CrutcJter, Xo. 17.
Judges, Thomas Douglas, Thomas
Curtis; Clerk, T. J. Mason; Sheriff,
Ed Cornelison.
Xarby, Xo. 18.
Judges, I. N. Douglas, Ash ford
Million ; Clerk, Ben Hlman ; Sheriff,
William Tudor.
Footer,, No. 19.
Judges, MortSebastian, James Witt,
Jr.; Clerk, Wm. Snyder; SheriffG.
W. Warner. .
Biggcnloff Xo. 20.
Judges, Bart Jjand, Wm. Harvey;
Clerk, James Sowers; Sheriff, Jako
Do not wear impermeable nd tight-fitting
hats,that constrict tho
sels of the. 'ccalp. Use Hall's Hair
rteneweroccasionalli', aud you wilt "not
bcbakJ. '"J i - It
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Summer School, Y. W. C. A., Asheville, N.
C, June 15-25, 1897.
For tho above Occasion,, 'the Southern
Railway will sell round trip tickets
from Louisville and points in
Kentucky at one fare for tho round
trip. Tiekets will be sold Juno 13th
to 15th inclusive, good for return
until Juno 27th.
Asheville is located in Western
North Carolina, the beautiful "Land
of tho Sky." The grand mountain
scenery and delightful climate of this
picturesque region, duo to its high
altitude, making it an ideal summer
resort. See nearest ticket agent
Southern Railway for rates and information.
may26 3t
Hood's a
Stimulate the
stomach, - -
rouie the Hi cr. cure bilious- Q I f 4
neis, headache, dizziness, P III 'J
boot stomach, constipation. H 111 9
etc Price 25 cents, bold by all dniratfiiU.
The onlj 11U to tako with Uood'a Sartaparilla.
Ministers' and members' meeting, to
be held with the Dallasburg Church,
near Imminence, will begin May 28.
Fifty Dollars a week easily made.
Agents wanted iu every locality for Hon.
W. J. Bryan's great and only book, "The
First Battle," The bestseller every produced.
Agents are taking as manv at-200
orders per week. Beware of
imitations. Send foroutfit and begin
work at once. W. B. Conke Company,
Publishers 341 Dearborn Street,
Chicago. may-12 2m
Lightning played fsonie lively tricks
down in the Cumberland river part of
the Purchase Friday might.
Needs assistance it may he best the render
it probably, but one should remember
to use even tho most perfect remedies
only when needed. The best and most
simple and gentle remedy is the Syrup of
of Fics, manufactured by the California
Fig Syrup Company. may-5-lm
Lancaster will have a new electric light
plant iu a few days.
A 50c. trial bottle of Foley's Cure will
prevent seiious results from this fatal
disease may-5-lm
Maysville will entertain the next
he Knigts Templar.
Just try a 10c. box of l'ascarets, the
finest liver and bowel regulator ever
It is reported from Leslie county that
Eliliu Highnite was killed by Deputy
Sheriff Woolen.
Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Yonr Lifo Away.
If you want to quit tobacco using easily
aud forever, bomaao wcll,strone, nuguetic,
TuU of new life aud vigor, take No-To-Bac,
tho that makes weak men
strong. Many gain teh pounds in ten days.
Over -100,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bao of your
drucgist, under guarantee to cure, 60c or
f 1.00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicaco or New York.
Hogs are dying by the wholesale in
Begley Hill section, in Henderson county,
of cholera.
Foley's Colic Cure is very hot, but
when diluted it is a warm friend indeed
to those suffering from bow el com plaints.
It never fails. 25c. and 50c.
Forty-two Lexington grocerymen met
yesterday and organized a Grocers' Association.
The camel is a beast of great strength
and endurance. Nothing hurts it until
the proverbial "last straw" is added toils
burden. The human digestive system is
very much like a camel. It is really astonishing
how much abuse it will 6tand.
Sometimes, however, something worse
than usual will be eaten, and will go
through the stomach into the bowels,
and there it will stick that's constipa
tion. Some of the simplest symptoms are
coated tongue and foul breath, dizziness,
heartburn, flatulence, swallow ness, distress
after eating, headaches and lassitude.
A little thing will cause constipation,
and a little thing will relieve it.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are a certain
cure for constipation. They are
sugar-coated granules, mild and natural
in their action. There is nothing injurious
about them. Sold by druggists.
Address with 21 cents in one cent
stamps, to cover cost of mailing only,
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
Buffalo, N. Y., and get arfree copy of the
"People's Common Sense Medical Adviser."
Lexington Csilverites' have again disagreed
as to the plan of holding the primary.
If the system is fortified by Hood's Sarsaparilla,
which makes rich, red blood,
There is little danger of sickness. It
There is but one murder case on the
Logan Circuit Court docket this term.
Pulmonary consumption, in its early
stages, may be checked by the use of
Acr's Cherry Pectoral. It stops the distressing
cough, soothes irritation of the
throat and lungs, and Indncea uiuc'.i
needed repose. Hundreds have testified
to the remarkable virtues of this preparation.
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It is a fortunate day for a man when
he first dc&covers the value of Aver's
Sarsaparilla as a blood-purifier- With
this medicine, ho knaws he has found a
aeinedy upon which he mav rely, and
that his life.long inalad is at last
Has cured others, will cure you.
Economy is something that everybody
tries to practice, and yet
will sometimes rob the most frugal
and thrifty family of a year's savings.
You want to do as I. P. Hickuiann, of
Monticcllo, Ga, did. He writes, "For six
years I has kept Simmons Liver Regulator
in my house, and used it in my family
and have had no need for a doctor. I have
five as healty children s you can find."
The French 6ay "it is the impossible
that happens." This his proved to be the
cause with the Mount Lebanou Shakers.
The whole scientific world has been laboring
to cure dvepepsia, but every effort
seemed to meet with defeat. The suffering
from stomach troubles has become
almost universal. Multitudes have no desire
lor food and that which they do eat
causes them pain and distress. Sleepless
nights ar6 the rule and not the exception,
and thousands of sufferers have become
The Shakers of Mount Lebanon recently
came to the front with their new Digestive
Cordial, which contains not only
a food already digested, but is,a digester
of food.
It promptly relieves nearly all forms of
indigestion. Ask your druggist for one of
-their books.
Laxol, the new Castor Oil, it being
used is hospitals. It is sweet as houey.
My Neighbor Told Mo
About Hood's Sarsaparilla and advised
me to try it This is the kind of advertising
which gived Hood's JSaraaparilla the
largest fales in the world. Friend tells
.friend that Hood's Sarsaparilla cures;
that It gives strength, Jkealth, .virtality
and vigor, and whole neighborhoods use
it as a family'medicine. i!
Bo!'! Pilll act easily and promptly
on-the liver and bow,elJ Cure BitJc head-
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A dose or two of Foley's Honey and
Tar will prevent an attack of pneumanu,
grip or severe cold if taken in time.
Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, LaGrippe,
Hoarseness, DifhVult Breathing,
Incipient Consumption,
or Bronchitis. Gives relief in advanced
stages of Consumption, Asthama
or Bronchitis. Guaranteed.
The Medical Societies of Hardin and
Larue counties met at Hodgenville Friday
are the most fatal of
iiusj Diseases oley'8 diseases. Kidney Cure.
Guaranteed remedy or money refunded.
The Republicans of Vino Grove held
an election Friday for postmaster.
Cascahets stimulate liver, kidneys and
bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe.
Ashland is to have a new paper, to be
I and lion-sectarian.
We are not to blame for. We cannot
'- held iesponsiable for tho dispositions
aid tendencies which we derive from
ur ancestrs, nor arc we responsible for
the germs of disease which may manifest
themselves in our blood as a heritage
from fonner generations. But we are
responsible if we allow these germs to develop
into eerias diseases which will impair
our usefulness and destroy our happiness.
We are responsible if we trans
mit to our descendants the diseases get ms
which it is possible for us to eradicate by
the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla. the one
true blood purifier. This medicine has
power to make rich, red blood and establish
perfect health in plabc of disese.
Sheep killing dogs are again getting in
their work in Garrard county.
The Westfield (Ind.) ATi prints the
following in to an old resident of
that place: "Frank McAvoy, f.ir many
years iu the employ of the L., N. A. &
C. Ry. here.juys I have used Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoed
Remedy for ten years or longer- am ne er
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.
The artesian w ell at Williamsburg has
reached the debth of 2S0"feet.
Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema.
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 cuied by it. It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for soro nipples;
chapped hands, chilbjains, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box.
Dr. Cady's Condition FowderB, 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
centa per package
A black bear was caught on Pine
mountain last week in a trap.
From the Fairhaien (X. Y.) Beghler.
Mr. James P.owlaud of this village,
states that for twenty-five jears 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 Chamberlaiu'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 6he 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 sizes for sale by W.
G. White Richmond, Ky. may-5-lm
The May term of tho Laurel Circuit
Court convened last Monday.
EverTbodjr Says So.
Cascarets Candv Cathartic, the most wonderful
medical discoxervof the age, peasant
and refreshing to the tasle, art t;ciitly
and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels,
cleansing the entire sst in. disptl colds,
cure headache, fever, haliitunl nnstipation
and biliousness. Please buy and trv a box
of C. C. C. to-day; 10, 25. r.e cents, bold and
guaranteed to cure by all druggists.
The London steam laundry began operation
That is what Edwards & Parker, merchants
of Plains, Ga , say of Chamberlan's
Pain Balm, for rheumatism, lame back
deep seated aud muscular pains. Sold by
W. G. White Richmond, Ky.
may-5-1 tu
Circuit Court will begin next Monday
in Mt. Vernon.
When bilious or costh e, cat a Cascaret,
candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c.
mayo lyr
The town of Jellico has-passed a goat
Dr. Bell's Pine Tarlloncv is an important
addition to the list ot the world's
most valuable medicines. Harmless in its
nature, yet almost infallible in its action,
it is undoubtedly the most efficacious
means known to-day of curing coughs,
colds, and kindred diseasea. It
C. C. Willett, of Graves county, sold
his six-legged pig a few days ago lo J. A.
Calloway, of Padticah, for $20.
Strayed or "Stolen!
Last Friday night from Mill Grove, a black
vearlincr filly colt with flax jiane and tall.
white spot in forehead and white hind ankle.
A-liberal reward will be paid for information or
return of colt . PETEE Q . PAHBISII,
Caleast, Ky.
Esirny Notice.
On Monday, April 19th , 1897, near Speedwell,
a black horse, about 1G hinds high, tall short,
owner can hae same by proving bim and paying
alt charges, on him.
cheap at $5 00?
We will start yoa in your own business, with
light and pleasant datlcs,. enabling you to reap
the profits from the labor of othecpeople.
A Beautiful and FasciMatia
Business, ,aad Large Profits.
This is What We Offer Tom
particalais, l&dies and geatleraear .
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Get one of our statements of 3our
to this firm? We are sure you
have overlooked it, and take this method
of urging a prompt settlement of your
account. In order to keep up our unapproachable
stock of drj' goods and ladies'
furnishings, it is imperative that the old
accounts be settled. You see how that
is. All work and no play makes Veeder
and John dull boys.
m White
Commissioner's:, Sale!
GeorgeVV'. Kice, Etc, Pre, )Notl(:e ot Saic
Clar'Sico.Etc.DelfsJ In &'
t irtne of a Judgment and order of sale of
BY Madi3on Circuit Court, the
April Term thereof, 1897, in the .ibove style
cause, the undersigned wiU, en
TUESDAY, JUNE 1st, 1897,
Between tffc hours of 10 o'clock, a. m , and 12
o'clock, ra.. on the premises in Madison
Ky., proceed to expose to public sale, to
the highest bidder, tho foUowini; desenbed
property, vir.:
1st, A tract of land lying on the Richmond
and Speedwell turnpike, about onci mile from
Speedwell, Ky,. containing 222", icresandl9
poles, being the old John Speed &nlth place.
Said place contains a large and
dwelling house and all necessary outbuildings.
2nd, A tract of land lying on Ilfekory Lick,
in Madison county. Ky. containing IB&X
acres, about two and one-half miles northeast
of Speedwell, Ky., being the formerly
owned by C. O. Smith and kn)wn as the
Meadow- Brook farm and having thereon a
splendid dwelling house and all n;essary out-
rjuiiuings anu iu cxcsiiuui. wuuiu u wr v-um-
3rd, A tract ofland lying in Mndfeon county,
Ky., on the waters of Hickory Lick; containing
13U acres and adjoining the aforesaid Meadow
Ilrook farm. All of said land is f excellent
quality and In a high stato of cultivation. The
first sale will be made. on the first Jact. or the
.t. snpprt Rmithnloce. and thesscosd and third
tracts will be sold on. the premises of the.
Meadow urooK larm. jrossestuuu mil uc given
January 1st, 1838 .f
TEBMS Sale- will be made on aljredit of one
and two years from date of sale. I'he purchas
er will oe requirea uj give uuuu. wjm approve
security, -for the payment of tjjc purchase
money, to haTa the force and effect of a judgment,
bearing" legal interest froia the Jtst day
January, 1SS3, -with a lien reserved upon said
property untHali thAjrarchaee ma Jey is paid
- M. 33 c. c.
.There was good aitenckace at the
Wfi'JiU Ttmiusi ui wt ojeiu u
Gibson. Tvl
Dissolution Notice!
The firm of Shackelford & Gentry has dissolved
partnership, R. L. Gentry retiring, D.
B. Shackelford continuing the business as
The undersigned has three separate small
farms which he offers at private sale separately
or tSccther. All three are situated at
on the wateraof 8ilver Creek. They contain
respectively 85 and 165 acres, and aro well
watered and well improved farms. There is
no better land in Madison county, most of it
It is a fino neighborhood and accessible tjr
turnpike to schools, churches, railroads,' mills.
etc., all within a mile Ot White's Station Tost
Office, ten miles from Richmond.
TEBMS Sale will be made one-third cash,
bilance to Bolt purchaser. For particulars,
address r
Geo. D.zWhite, .
www. w?Ky. .'
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Business is carried upon Strictly Cash Basis to all alike- am1
this fair and square guarantee goes with eveiy sale. If any
purchase fails to please after yon have it home bring ife back
and your money will be refunded without question, or
Are looked after by the old reliable, who now deals in "Wearing
Apparel for males onry.
Eveiy article we sell is a Bargain and we have a large list of
them. Here are a few ; see the figures for guaranteed goods.
Men's well made All-wool Suits, $5.00, $0.00, $7.."50
Young Men's All-wool Suits, $4.50, $5.00, $G.OO
Splendid Knee Pants Suits, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
Seperate Knee Pants, .-. . . ,25e, 40c, 50c
Men's All-Leather Shoes, . . . .' $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00
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, 25c, 50c!
These are only 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.
lkll JVleri and
Jr Boys.
of the
have firmly established.
Tta Fir-sister. , 11m ,
We want your opinion
policy wo
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