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For the DID M RICKMOND, MADISON Ci.imax.1 WE KNOW. i COUNTY, A KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1897. 7zs$iYfHZ?t ( Ek Y LTSiYjeiTSv K i NUMBER 25. rJrvS Li m vi v At Four Score. Cr. Miles' Nervine Restores Health. A Twofflile Hole Royal make the food pure, wholesome and dellclou. Did we know that ilown the road, Willi imcIi titty are urawilig near, Tiials tlmt will increase tlie lo.id Of the lmrdeii8 that we bear? Did wn know of REPUBLICAN TEARS HIS PARTY TO TATTERS. WALTER FORRESTER'S LETTER. r!'5YiS'SiY5ski Now Being Dug Just Outside of Pittsburg. To Make Earth's Heal Furnish Surface Needs. Philadelphia Enquirer. Slcam For EDITOR future sorrow, The deepest hole in the woild is being dug just outside of Pittsburg, under the BESESHn55SaBa9BaEEBE23HESBaHBBKaBHaBBi direction of Prof. Win. Hallock, of ColUDibi.T,' College, and before the cold w cither sets in he expects to Aaso'.ite! Pure prove that the interior of the earth is a vast furnace, capable of furnishirg an inexhaustible supply of steam. so fOtiZZH , Already the hole has been bored to a ooO 93 depth of nearly 6.000 feet, and by the s first of November it is expected that a ::ijg EZESIEL OBEAE. assessor ana" BARBECUES OF THE PAST. depth of 10.000 feet will be reached, or tax collector, Beverly, Mass., who Las act) passed the BOtU Me mile stone, says: eo approximately, two miles. The second Versailles Sun. se "'Dr. Miles' Bestorativc Nervine has doao a o deepest hole in the world is the SbalaJ-bacGreat deal of good, i suffered for years from DANIEL WEBSTER IX KENTUCKY. o salt well, near Leipsic, which has a sleeplessness and nerross heart trouble. The Martin barbecue last week reWould fed weary and used up in the morndepth of 5,740 feet A well recently ing, had no ambition and my work seemed a sunk near Wheeling, W. Va., has a minded Mr- - Thos M. Field that two of burden. A friend recommended Dr. Miles depth of 4,500 feet, and in the Spcren-bcr- the most noted barbecues ever given in Nervine, and I purchased a bottle under Fit Guaranteed at from $10.00 up. salt well near Rerlin, has a depth Kentucky took place within a mile of protest as I had tried so many remedies unsuccessfully, I thought it no use. But it of 4,170 feet In East Silesia boring has Versailles. UNDERWEAR AND HATS AT PRICES "The flret barbecue I ever attended, cave me restful sleep, a good appetite and been going on for some time in a well restored me to energetic health. It is a NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT. which is to be sunk to a depth of 8,800 and it was about the first big barbecue oa eand good medicine, and I will gladly writo Strange that flowers all around us. E2 anyone inquiring, full partlcularsof mysat- - With their fragrance in the air, feet bat the Pittsburg hole easily leads held in Kentucky," said Mr. Field, "was o in September, 1836, when the Whigs lsfactory experience." them all. pan gr Kr pi, J. '. "yi VaTSHIBK aYaHK9!HL " Until Wiuter's borrow surround us, "3WS f Dr. Miles" Remedies When the boring at the latter place gave a tremendous demonstration in Never beemed to us so fair. r re sold by all drughonor of Henry Clay upon his return first begun, it was merely for commercial gists under a positive Rpi Miles' ; If from the changeless mists of time, purposes, aud both gas and oil were to his home from the United States Senguarantee, first bottle Nervine God would roll the screen away, benefits or money re- jSpr struck in paying quantities a few feel ate The barbecue was given on 'LafayRestores funded. Book on disbelow the surface. The company own- ette green,' now the Brown place, in the gg No beauty ever more sublime, eases of the heart and Mt, Hearth Could adorn the face to day. ing the plant, however, at the solicita outskirts of Versailles Mr. Clay brough' nerves free. Address, tiou of Prof. Hallock, was induced to with him, on this occasion, Daniel WebDK. MILES MEDICAL CO, Elkhart. Ind. And voices that our memories fill, carry on a series of tempeiaturc investi- ster and a man almost equally promiGentle as we heard them last, gations, and for several months the nent at that period, Gov. Poiudester, of Would wine with softer cadence still. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. work litis been under the sole direction Mississippi. General Jackson was then Through the portals ot tue past. in the White House and these three of the college professor. g Let us reap the joy and gladnsss MISS MII.'IKKI) GULDEN'. haters. Poiudesis comparatively little expense men were his There l Then, that lies along our way, ter had previously been a Democrat and attached to the work, as the gas found Leaving thorns of pain and sadness a friend of Jackson, but had become his AND STENOGRAPHER near the surface is used to operate the of lime's decay. powerful engines which do the drilling. most active enemy. Webster, Clay TYPEWRITER. To the dust There is some outlay, of course, the aud Poindexter all made speeches that Lat us gather while there's blooming, Kentucky. Uichmoxd, -main expense being the wages of the day, and such speeches I have never Hope and pleasure on our road, fj& Office adjoining A ,R Burnani't. necessary workmen, but when the hole heard the like of siuce. They dealt alremoving. Ever patiently 55 & is completed the company expects to most entirely with Jackson's adminisBriars tangled ou our load. O tration and were filldd with biting sarc o have a bonanza that will endure as loiig Geo. M. Hexdije.v. casm and hitter invective. An immense as the world lasts. Ambrose Kj. O J W. MILLER. Prof. Hallock was induced to try the throng of people was present. Oilier a ' WSSi&sMG&fal&lSffis O 10 CUBA FREE! experiment of finding natural steam speakers there that day were Hon. a Attoiey-at-LaDRUGGISTS 25 50 by the knowledge of the proven fact Kichard Hall, member of Congress from Kentucky. Richmond, UnCflTIlTETV UUAhaillriCiU I fiDOUbUICilU PTHR.HWTrpriroccroanTCweorconjtlpaflon. Caiearrts are tb Heal Laxa c tiie.nfTerirriporeripe.bat raujjntBriIrr.nlts. San. Cuba ! Thou shalt be free ! that the earth grows steadily hotter the the Seventh district; Oov. James T. n Office in the Burnnm Building, next door to I nJeand Ixnktet free. M STFKI n IIF.IFDY ( O.. f lilcasrp. liontrMl. Can., orXrir Tork. Morehead, Chas F. Morehead, John J. bighs for thee ! Because Liberty deeper it is penetrated. From the progfeb3-lmmmmmrv Farmer's National Bank. 1.0 E0.CP tn Froui being longer slave, ress already made it is believed that the Crittenden and Thcs. F. Marshall. A gue, and long since 2 C. F. BURVAM. Thy race, America shall save! temperature of the earth is sufficiently custom then in W. S. MOBEKLET. 11,300 feet below the surface extinct, was the appointment of a comHe thou for eor free! nURNAM A MOBERLEY. Rtffain: O Cuba! Islam! of the brave! hot at about MANUFACTURER AND DEALCR IN to .convert water into steam. In other mittee on all such gatherings to draft Attobneys-at-Laand read appropriate toasts. After each (95) words, it is believed that the temperaThou 6halt no longer feed, toast was read the master of ceremonies - - - KENTUCKY. is 212 degrees. KICHMOND. AXD ALL KfXDS OF CEMETERY VToliK. jpauish tyrants who make thee bleed! ture at this point polls. At 10,000, feet the proposed depth of would call for cheers, the number ol Thou shalt jet proudlj teach, Office in Burnani Building, recently For further jxirti''nbtrx, prire, ttv., There is absolutely no public cheers being regulated by the sentiment pied by A. R. Burnam. To Spain, Liberty how to reach! Ref. the well, the temperature is figured to suppoit this attempt to steal the be 22S degrees. If, however, these es- of the toabt." Wor paniads, from thee shall learn, s"crTiZjXv"-t3s- r. In glancing over newspapers of 1S36 judgeships. The fight has not been timates arc not realized, the drill will be Tor Western Liberty to jeam ; anil History of Kentucky, we see no no- against republicans so much as against mch21-lkept working until the truth or falsity the vile A. P. A. and To bhun Spain, Africa, of Prof. Hallock's theory is proven be- tice of Webster being here in Septem- crew We have come to offer A TTO RN E W, that has taken full control of the For Fieedoin of America! Ref. ber of that year, mt he is recorded as in yond peradventurc. the Greatest Bar-.iin- s republican organization iu Louisville - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, Kentucky in May, 1807, and had recep Oil those who themselves trust, Having1 just of the -. WHAT'S THE MATTER WifH M'CREARY tion in Lexington, etc. Judge It A. and brought it a deserved defeat. The rfL, M Office over Taylor's Hardware Ptore, op- "Cuha Free" air, shall fetters rust! e from the ollicials must try the contest if it returned FOR CONGRESS? Buckner said to us : "Yes, Webster State posite Court House, on Main street. Remain thou brave and bold ! i1 i we purchased a was iu but after I came here should be brought up to them; but it Struggle shall end with Spanish Gold! Stanford Journal. H. B. HOGG. full and complete line of in '37. I remember our people weie dis seems that some of the officials are not jGBk Against that Rheumatism liF.r. Elsewhere in this issue will he found appointed in his style of bpeakiug, as he only willing to try the case, urging the .1 TTORNEY A T LA W. of yours. Uric acid in the a table of the oie iu this, the Eighth made no attempt at eloquent oratory Todd uang to make a contest. It is a blood is what is causing all Kentucky. Then, proudly shall thy flig, Richmond, PJJE3 Congressional district, which, while but spoke in diguified quiet manner." the trouble. dangerous thing for them to do, and a Unfurl above the tyrant's rag! a big improvement for Democracy on Legislature about to meet, with a three mm The tides of nations stem, His visit must have been a social one Office No. 13 First St. up stairs. O thou ! Latin, great Island Gem Ref. the reaulf of last year, is still not as shif- more than political, as it was just after to one Democratic majority, ready to is just like putting at $5 bill in ting and as decided as it might be. It Presidential election and his wife and bring lOthebarauyotlicial who has doie GRANT EL LILLY, Arousf O Columbia the flames EVERY LOAD of Anwill be seen that Shackelford beat daughter nccompaiiied him Colluib' wrong. However, the Hunterites are will purify the blood and reCuie thou Spain's IP, A T TORNE Bailey, Republican, only 5S0 and when History of Kentucky, under date of blind to everything but their own bruf thracite you use. move the acid; and with it, Stay thou ! The murd'rous flood! "We have Jtlso the exclusive the cause of your aches the vote lor the other candidates for Ap- Jlj', '.'57, authority. Kentucky. Drenching Cuba with Cuban blood!-RE- F Richmond, bJs: and pains. pellate Clerk aie subtracted from that right to sell the celebrated Contractor Martin is having things "Daniel Webster, with his family, Our illustrated bool of 36 rase has The WoBittW Hi? Sanche. Seller! of t he Democratic candidate it will show Felix, Wolf & Co.'s Shoes, soras InterrsUnp chajit-- ri ca rheumahas a perfect ovation in Kentucky. pretty much has own way in the farciOffice S. W. comer Main and Second Copyright 1807, by C. M. Sam-he- . It' free tor the asking tism. that he lost the district by 915. We Public dinners given him at Maysviile, cal of the rotten chair conin all made to order every pair streets up stairs. Will practice Williams. Davis, Brooks & Co., repeat that, viewed in this light, the sit May IS; at Lexington, May 24; at Ver- tract. The Siuking Fund Commission the courts of Madison and adjoining Detroit, men. F0U3 THINGS. and warranted. Gives greater heat than Base Burner. Throws counties and Court of Appeals. uation is not as nny as we could wish, es- sailles, May 20; at Louisville, May 30; refused to allow Gov. Bradley to grant the heat on the floor like a Base Burner. We Are Headquarters pecially lu a district that used to be sure and the people along the route are en- ttiu request of the Board of Trade of Four things a man must learn to do J. C. & D M". CIIENADLT, & T. J. Taylor, w here ( Holds the fire like a Base B rner. for a Democratic majority of any Sold by D Z. Louibville, when they asked permission For Belfast Linens If he would make his record true: thusiastic in attentions to him." Waco. Ky. froui.l.'JUO too.000. Although nearly a ATTORNEYS AT LAW, fFHJS A public dinner at Phoenix Hotel, was to tend a chair expert to assht in the iu- to think without confusion clearly ; ' .ir me' I yn'corc " tr tin year before the election, it is not too attended by 150 select persons, and vestig.Uiou. Aud the investigation will Kentucky To love his fellow men sincerely; Richmond, of soon to begin to dUcu.vs the ijuesiiun Irish and German Laces from To act from honest motives purely; John Shelby remembers hearing Iiir be investigated when the Legislature who can more certainly and more com- grandfather dined him at his couutiy meet. Tue cyclone is fencing but the lc. a yard up. s To trust in Cod and heaven bceurelv. Office on Second street, over pletely redeem the district and uive it a .home. Wm Goddard, of Meicer count), fated victims bo not see if grocery. Give us a call and examine No Those who sympathize with suffering representative in Congress of whom it says: With malice toward none and charity our New Stock of Goods. "I was a college boy at Bacon Cuba will read with interest the verses w ill be proud. It is no lime for a scram- College, Georgetown, 00 years ago, and to all, the disinterested observer will be September Terra, State of Kentucky, PZTSICIAITS. Oct. 2, 1S37. Madison County Court. we published, from the pen of Dr. Her ble for the oifice, no time for short hor 21 ot us walked cdiSed if not instructed when the whirlthe twelve miles from It is ordered by the Madison County Court 11.4 labors for his fellow ses to enter and none hut those possessc tiles 5?an'h Georgetown to Lexington to hear Daniel wind begins to toj" witli the card houses that the Sherilt of Madison clunty, Ky.. cause DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, 7 men, covering far wider territories than ing capacity, mtemiiy and undoubted Webster speak, who was a school boy's and straw bonds that the accidental re- a poll to be onened atp. o'clock, a. m..and kept m., at the regular votopen until 4 o'clock, Kentucky the stricken Inland presents, have taken Democracy shouhl be considered. Richmond, mm and Dancannon The idea of a great man and orator. 1 after- publican bosses are so Solemnly interest ing places in Blue Lick, Precincts of Glade Districts No. 6, on the 4th practical shape in the Oxydoncr, an ap- very best and strongest man should be wards heard him speak in Cooper Insti ed in. There will bo a ''look at the day of December, 1SS7, for the purpose of takNothing like it ever before made. See it voters of said pliance for infusing exygen into the our standard bearer, one well known lute, .New York, when he appeared rs books" aud by experts too, but not as it ing the sense of the lejral at elections forDistrict MeKee Cor., Main and First Telephone at office and residence. counwho are qualified to vote and be convenced. blood, and curing disease in any form, in the dittrict and in whom the people if iuloxicuted, his white vest being should have been under republican di ty offices upon the proposition whether or not Sts.. Richmond, Ky. Spirituous, Vinous or M.ilt Liquors shall be DR. H. R. GIBSON, Further particulars may have confidence, and who is able to cope drawn up by Diaduction. a Col. Breckin- rection. A Democratic "Lexow Com sold, bartered or loaned therein, or whether or Thos. Meighen, Buyer. any prohibition law in force in said district be learned bv addressing him, at 201 with the best speakers that the Repub- ridge added: "Webster jestingly said mitteu" will not be as considerate us a not by virtue of any general or special act or acts PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Fifth Avenue, New York City. licans can produce. There will be no oute : 'I can't see why the South don't friendly and unbiased cpmmitlej of busi- shall become in operation ind the cause is conKentucky A Copy Attest: Richmond. mm Co,, othtr otlice to be filled next November supjHJrt me. I have all the Southern ness men would have been, had they not tinued. JOHN F. WHITE, Clerk. DATES. POSTPONED mm and the man who wins will have to do mans cuaracteristics drink, gambit, been rudely excluded from the books. By Thomas Tiiobfb, D. O. Oifice in the Joe Cc.lim building, iS and so Sec so without the aid of other candidates. borrow and ilon't pay back, etc. " Well the game must be played out. ond Street, orer Wane ..old dructore. Richmond, Ky. Lexington Running Races, November 15lh Therefore it will require one able to order I will on In pursuance of Mr. Field also tells of great barbecue Theieaie tho.se who know the value of Saturday, Decemberthe above open a poll at Jth, 1837. to 30th. bear the burdens aud resjionsibihties of in Woodford to Gov. Crittenden in 1800, a royal straight Hush and an each voting place in Bice Lick. Berea and CHAS. HOOKER, Glade District, No. Half rates from all Kentucky points the campaign, a pood organizer and a at Willis JoneF place, but Harry Ward, and there are those who do not, but Duncannon Precincts of SIMMONS, S. M. C. 6. novlO-lJ. P. I ETERINARY SURGEON, from Cincinnati via the Queen & man who cau meet the opposition in who spoke there, says it was in 1861 persist in moving in their stack on a ind Wno can think, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Crescent Route. Ask agents for particul- every proper way. and at Barnes place, Gov. Crittenden's pair of deuces and a cold bluff. of nome simple Wanted-f- ln tblDic to patent? "We believe that ail these qualificaar's Walter Forrester. which was opposite Jones' native home, om.u va,, WKUDEIUjfjRH rirme von weaun. READY t4,.. th.r vniiv& CO Patent AttorSpecialty. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a tions are more fully combined in Hon. place Col. Breckinridge says there JOHN Write Washington. D. C for thMr Office op stair over New York Store, corner On the account of the liig Foot Ball neys.list of two nuadrea inrsnuocs0131) prlto offer 200 acres, us a The underpinned has a farm ot wanieu- James 11. McCreary. of Madison, than in was a peace barbecue the same year at 46- and Main and First streets. Richmond whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at any other man in the district. Every- the Jones place, John C. Jlreekiuridge Game at Lexington Thanksgiving Day private sale; situated at A body in the Eighth District, which he and others speaking. Jona whs killed benweeu Centre College and State ColH. C. JASPER, M. D Our factory on Laurel Street in Richlege teams, the Chesapeake aud Ohio represented so faithfully and with such as a Confederate. STATION, Medicine and Surgery. mond is now running, and we are Ry. will sell cheap round trip tickets distinguished ability, knows him and no prepared to fill orders for twist of tho Office Collins Building, MainStreet. on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well waMt. Sterling and local stations for one duiibts his capacity or his integrity. Telephone Rt residence (the Carr place) on Free silver may be all wrong, but the from land in Madison tered. There is Hroadway. Forty-thre- e acres ol land, 12 acres of county. To our mind he is the one man who can people of the countrv are not going to morning trains of Thursday Nov. 2oth, ol s land, ia - - - - Kextdcky. RICHMOND, the district and restore it to the be satisfied until they try it. The cent! good returning the 2Gth. This will he a which good dweMing river bottom stable It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by redeem liouse and turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, grrat gime, aud all lovers of Foot Ball with position to w Inch it is entitled and fo nieiit is strong in every section of the thrown in. One quarter mile from etc., within a half mile of White's Station Post DR. O. A. KENNED!!, should sec it. Shearer's water tank, on Otter Creek. OOlce, ten miles Irom Richmond. make a which he contributed so nuioi. His country stronger today than yesterday. and common carelessness can Geo. V. Rarnoy, For further particulars call on or address TEEMS Sale will be made PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Democracy is beyond question and gold stronger this week than last. There is cash, J. B GRIMES, combination strong enough to defy bugs and sil writes alike have confidence Dis. 1'aES.Agt balance to suit purchaser. For particulars,, Kentucky. "Pair oi no good sense In disputing these facts. Richmond, Foptl5-3mFord. Kv. address all the healing skill of the physician. in him. Iast year lie stepped aside to We have neyer believed iu the doctrine, Rebels are burnin;; sugar plantations Geo. D. White, 33 fk rfSACTEandGrrEUMATiSMroUcTOd Common carelessness lets the cold give others a chance, aud tho result Office in Smith Building. No. 104 Main Street, nr Brands, three grades. We can pave you but the people do. If the elections of Dr. Miles Kcrvo Plasters. stairs Office hours u to and l to s o clock. Democracy by Tuesdny have any significance, they in Cuba. money. Semi us a trial order; ou will feb3-t- f White's Station. Ky. root and grow. Common carelessness the district was lost to be glad with our products. Espeparoxysms of cough- 2.480 We do not know that (Governor show that the people want a change in says, between D., cially pleased to hear irom country merMcCreary wants the nomination for the our ciinenoy system, and are going to G. W. EVANS, M. HON. C. T. CALDWELL, chants. ing, "It will be all right in a day or office again, but we do kjiow that the E Si SI 03 Making our assortment and have i'. The Democaatic party will win White Ross. common end is conEaa O0 c5 fef? .y two," and the people want him as their standard a national victory in 1900 on tho single Piiybicias and Surgeon, 49 Richmond, Kr. oi P.trkersbtirg, W. Va., Recom-- . stock of GLASS the largest i P B $9 F perhaps con- bearer and that if he is nominated he issue of free silver. Nothing ean stop it. iF tf A jti. f firmed lung trouble, -- Kentucky. Richmosd. treat- will know no such word as fail and Hint mends Wrights Celery Clarksvflle Times. sumption. The common-sens- e ever carried before. Also a prompt Jackson and Kockcastle will not roll up Capsules. The above paragraph shows an abunment of a common cold is a B Ss The StIe, Fit nnd Wear -DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Republican majorities of 1,072 and 686 dance of good horse sense on the part of KJw could not be Improved fur !SfKLff!Mw new line oi Picture Moulddose of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It Double the Price. XW jiuy respectively, as they did the other day, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, of The Times, and coming Parkehsbubo, W. Va., CBsS- -i "9si3F most efficient and reliable cure but help to swell his majority. Demo- the editor Kentucky. is the from tho source that it does, is extremeRichmond ings, including the small, "w L. Douglas $5.00 Shoes arc the $4.00 and January 26, 190?. for colds and coughs, and is con- crats are ask'ed to consider these sugges- ly gratifyiug. It Minply means that all productions of skilled workmen, from the best maThe Wright Med. Co., on Tlilrl Street TBtfwtil prescribed by physicians. ai:d act for the beet interests of the gold Democrats who are big and broad tions stantly terial possible to put into shoes sold at these prices. narrow mouldings now so HE PATS THE ColurubuB, Ohio. men, . $SU and pay. mimicd as Editor Rice are willing to DENTAL STJSCS2.T. Hpif. SSsSSSSSJSSJv We mafce also and $1.75 $zus snoa lor the Wand N. Y, says : for boys, 'and L. $2.50, $2.00 S. Hatnes, M. D, Saranac Gentlemen. I have l.een u(njz much in demand. fight their difTerence3 out within party Douglas $3w0 PoKcs shoe, very suitable fot LITER All NOTES. Wright's Celery Capsules since Novem"I have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral inmy linee, and abide the result whatever it lcttsrarrsers, policemen and otners navicg ber, IMU. anl linl them to b as DR. A. WILKES SMITH, Our prices are still lower practice since 1853, and have always fonnd much walking to do. may be. I first bctsin taking tli;m reliable for tho cure of colds, cocghs, and SURGEON, WITH AN EMFKBOn. it CHBIiTMAS ...YOU PAY FOR DENTAL while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treatWe are constantly adding njw styles to our Queen & Crescent Trains "C & D'' all lung diseases." ment for Sciatic Rheumatism Liver and than the lowest. Kentucky Is no Homo Jouralready large variety, and' there Tho Christmas Ladies' Richmond, why jou cannot be suited, so Insist on Stomach trouble Constipation whicl' J Merchants, Sunday trains "C and D." between nal tells I10.Y the Germau Etnpiror, havinr w. L. Douglas ihoej Irom youl Respectfully, hail been b long suiTerer. I fouud ihe Bankers, dealer. Office and'Cincinnatf, will be annulbuilding, Main Street. t Lawyers, lth with the Empress and the Royal family, Bfirgin Celery Capsules gave me great relief x:oot0 4i M. Physicians We nso only tlio best Calf. Russia Call hoars, 9:00 to 13 M.; JSSSfiSSSSSSSSSSSS&SSSSS from the beginning and have used ttiim snent Christmas Day With their child led NoV. 7tll. Trains 1 and 2 will ana all limited to dentistry. (all colors), French latent Calf, economical stop at all stations between Ludlow ever since. With pleasure, and unsoFrench Enamel, (Vlci Kid, etc., The article is written by Mr. ren. Phone 3. men wear Second St. J- - A.TTATBS. graded to corresonu 7iin prices licited, I recommend then to any ind J. C. Moeoaw. W,L Doustas von Brawe, an attache of tho and Bnrgin on "Elag Sundays. of the shoes. all suffering with like, afflictious or eitjier Shoes because they Special Summer Sunday excursion RICHMOND, NT. Court, who was permitted to e present arc the best. MORGAN & YATES, of them. Very truly yours. If dealer can cot supply yon. write celebration last Christmas in or- rates from Cincinnati, to Georgetown For sale by at the -- DENTISTS, Charles T Caldwbli .W.LBOUfiUS SfdHoMt MKS, to write- - this article. The pictures and intermediate points are withKentucky. Sold by T. S Hasan. Druggist. Pike BED WETTING CURED Catalogue Fkec Richmond, half-siz- e for der made "on the spot," and approved drawn. bottles, 309 West Main Street, Vf'O.' Rineahson, is now put up in 5"c ents and S1.00 per box. Call at d fe- were neNOPAY. Mas. B.X. ROWAN. MO imfct.'. For Sale by FREEMAN. BROS;, Bic&arad Ky. oct?7-- : Gtic'LPass. Ag't, Cincinati, -O. store and get i ($e sample. sepil-lj- r 8f Wto. half price 50 cents. MWb; by the Emperor. Gprj-aMain Street, orer Madison National . . U 1. 1 K, 1 Bank. , - --vr V . i f 1 a - C ? -Till - s . -- ' . , f. ' S-tV ftf - -- Or its coming shadow see, Wonld we ea;er wait the morrow Of a day that cannot be ? If wo knew that loved ones with us, We should never meet again That to morrow death would part us Would we thoughtless give them pain ? Would their eyes upon in turning, Catch the frown upon our hrow, Or the hasty words, heartburning There, be spoken to them now? How those haunting thoughts remind us. As they lead our memory back, To the harm we left behind us, Strewn upon the rearward track. Like thistles sown in thoughlessless, lu our paih forgotten lie, Till the coining of the harvest, We shall reap them later by. Why should blossoms of the springtime, And the notes ot Nature's son;;, Floating ou the golden sunshine, Be neglected until gone ? mi PCW1ER CO ROYAL BAK1NQ NEW YORK. k g p Ja p life-lon- y Frankfort, Nov. 12. The McKinloy administration is still iu a trance, it seems. Hauna is running themachinc, and Banna thinks that the party that carried Kentucky in 1895 and 1S96 was comp'fed of Hunter, Boberts, Todd, inn the Negro. And so Hannais having aiJaira in Kentucky run on the lines r Hunter's policy. Eight in the face of the terrible rebuke administered to the Hunter machine at the recent election, McKinlpy appoints iluuter as Minister to Gautemala! Think of it! Brutus J. Clay set aside and Hunter selected as the only appointee from Kentucky to a foreign post. And not satisfied with this criminal blunder, the president consummates one of the most disreputable political tricks ever witnessed iu this Stale, iu the matter of the second District Collectorship. When during the session of the United States Senate, it apparent that "Banquo'e Gnost" Franks could not be confirmed, McKinley appointed and Franks become chief deputy. Bat now comes the president with a shell game perforance, removing ll and putting Franks in as a collector! A mote unpopular and unworthy after that of Hunter and Sapp could not have been made. Sapp tho president of the A. P. A. in Ken tucky and Hunter the repudiated trickster who pledged his vote for free silver as a bribe for populist votes in the Legislature, and Franks whose name he dared not send to the Senate! The decent republicans of Kentucky will not submit to this combination in local affairs with the A. P. A., the carpet-ba- g liicksters and the ignorance of the party. It is inilortunate for the State administration that the Louisville A. P. A. g gang is demanding that the State Board of Control reverse the will of the people of Ijuisville and Jefferson county and unseat the recently elected cin.uit Judges and Commonwealth's Attornty. The Slate Board is composed of the governor, attorney general, auditor, treasurer and secretary of state, and if the A. P. A. gang gets a favorable decision from the IfcntrU, it will draw upon the republican State ollicials the storm of imtignation that they ought not to invite. Assuming that they will do what they believe to be rinht, every intelligent person in Louibville knows that the citizens of the metropolis will bitterly icscnta leveital of the popular will as expressed at the bec-nn- e Yan-de- ll Yan-deKnow-nothinKnow-nothin- g senti-tuentt- Pi eo e( 'oSS&S2 AT THINGS l OLD PRIC ES i We have just received the largest line of 3 i Oloihiny, Overcoats, Underwear IN RICHMOND, which article needed. we bought early bef te the tariff was put on woolens and can give our customers the bene lit of 30 per cent, on every t Hats -. I, Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. f fl -- -a n TnE Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in BicrnioxD. lmicmci SsTMNDY C A1HAHTIC jM lllllIGMfe Irnh. o g A ESZOIEdllkdlOIiSr ST5T- $ J cummmimionr IsciiasMLsasfcs( W all -- i memmi GRANITE y MONUMGNTS, mblrt, l occu-31-5- 0 k o J." Madi$oo Mor)Un)er)tal Know-nothi- ng ae. & It's Time to Kick 2 cit-wher- MONEY TO It ni insi 31-3- 0 ! ! ! & Johnston's Sarsaparilla & & Y-A T-L- libcra-phobi- a ! I I Dry Goods & mm NOTION- S- m inve--itigatio- M n Chen-au't'- I II w ,,... I nov!0-2r- I 10 I ii Burns Nut or Slack, Soot or Dirt. MeetCo.1- - IT IS INDISTEUGTIBLE AND AIEIGELT. oae-sided- ." -- 17- FARM FOR 11 Shackelford I I idea SALE er one-thir- ItiTBiiiinrainBiHi Large IsrJllarrQrsrsraRlJWfEsrSJlirJa Have Just Received TOv A Common 01 SUPPLY THE TRADE For Sale ! first-clas- WHITE'S Shipment of Window Glass, d t: "Ms "i. u. r RiM," u. o fob" wj-- 1 umlVhi w Sal i s Sara" M g -- Wm ... dCVi. wsaBp xmmx ? $3, A .'an T recro-niende- il. FREIGHT. DRINKS. X&Wm&gSk THE... Tea-s- OrriCE-Sm- Ayer's Na-g- Kk fihtrry PccKMl 1 Get, ! In, s . . S - 1 ' ' S- 'm? " I - CiFiBiower&Co T Thursday evening, November 1!, tS97, sobs of a m ither whoso anguish L?sTSiaiJWff?. rail &iriTr5.is ra sfrtiJs knows no i ure. In their bereaveCatnpbe.Nville, Ky. J E frrU S SiTHJ m fiHJ E frHJ B HHJ E r?HJ S Wi S fftil Ei rrtiJSnHJai F. 1). Torris, of Coatyacoalcas, Estada ment t y jtre not without the 7HJB ctionato friends. do Vera Cruz, Mexico, is a gnastof Hon. Appeared Each Season Until Blood J. Stone Walker. Mr. Torris repie rTfJEB Was Purified With Hood's Sarsa-parilsents the Mexican Tropical Agricultural HOT OLD TIMES An Indolent Ulcer. Company. He claims the land in Mexico is equal in many respects to that of "For several years I was troubled with 5lfel carbuncles on my left aldo and my back. G! our own state, and the climate is not WIHTER. They would disappear in winter and resurpassed. is turn the next summer. I began taking Trof. W. H. Jackson and Miss ElizaHood's Sarsaparilla and have never had aral JUST WE beth Turner were married on last any carbuncles since. My little son had A Fearless Republican Editor n fever and an indolent ulcer appeared on Matting Tacks 2c a box. Pins li- A xrjjiiEn of pure pold bug editors, Thursday at the residence of the bride's Pencil bharpeners lc. Fine Mirror. French broad plate 18x40 his left limb and spread half way around WEDNESDAY. NOV 24, 1897 and one not a thousand miles from father, at 8 o'clock. Miss Turner is of Exposes The Weak Points $5 50, worth $10. Files 3c and 5c. A large consignment of Brooks' (200 3'ds) it. Our physician recommended a blood Mill one of the best families in this citv. She Table Oil Flat File 8c. Richmond, which did their utmost to of His Party. and 15v's WHi.-t- Cloth 13c vard. ffc. bpool Cotton Thread, all sizes, black purifier and I gave tho boy Hood's Sfgl Curlers oc. 15, 20, 40, 50, s with pride to the fact that she No less than n dozen Republican papers defeat the Democratic party, now use can point Sarsaparilla with gratifying results." A. white We will give our customers the bene Ladies' Rubber Combs, 5, 8, 10, 13, 1" 'rr'LEr Tracing Wheel 3c. is a descendant of the family after which the pronoun when referring to the have cone up the spout in Kentucky 19 20 and 25c. G. B. James, Polkville, Miss. Track Hammer 5c fit of this great purchase. "We want to supCampbellaville was named. Prof. JackCHOICE BITS FO RWLMER CHEWING. Fince the Hammer 10c. Matrnet Blackinc 3 and " I have been a great sufferer from musIt is nell. They creat victory achieved over the Repub- son is also well ply every household in Madison county "with Shoe Edge Shoe 1,i)iessin:5c connected. He is a 20c Pocket Knivts 5c up. r Gilt will be tiiKsrd, quoth the Stan- licans in Kentucky and other States, cular rheumatism and In October began young man of splendid intellect, and a Strainers 3c. Brooks' Thread, at a price that competition Hooks and es lc card 2 dcz card taking nood'a Sarsaparilla. I continued ford Journal, i Inch lately put one to which shows conclusively that they Frankfort, Nov. 0. The result of Padlocks oc up. 3 nikioIo Thread 10c. Campbellsvillc go when can not touch. managed to retain a plethoria of "cheek" gentleman. s!eep. the election just had in Kentucky, Its uso until January one and II could had Set Tea Spoons 4c. Safety Pi is 2 and 3c each. have about as well as any while lusting after strange political gods. DoUy Soap lc cake. Set Table Spoons (5c. settles a good many more things no acute pains since." I. W. MIKXICK, Miss Mary Logan left on Saturday for than the Appellate Clerkship race; Scissors 5c up. Smyrna Bouquet Njap 3c. Thk full returns of Kentucky's vote The Courier-Journhas been guilty of C. II. R. Ball Givcerine Soap 5c Butcher Knives 10c. in the lute election are in and they show many mean things, but it has not had Stanford to be a bridesmaid there yes- it settles the future of politics in this Grand Isle, Louisiana. Steel Curry Comb 10c. Cuticle Sotp 10c- - 3 for 25c following figures : Shackelford, terday at the marriage of her brother, Stato barring a miraclo of course. the the audacity yet to claim any credit for 10c. Tar Toilet Sop 5o WE SHOW THE GREATEST Sfrl WaitersSfaes 4c. IJailey, 17:! 902; Uindman, 9.54G, the great Democratic victory. Rev. Sanford Logan, and Miss Saufley. . Cold Cream Soap 5c Match The overwhelming victory of Is soli by all druggists. rrico$i;sixforS5. VARIETY OF The Journal says: "The music for the Shackelfoid means that there will be Harps 5c up. Parker, 7.3.T5; Wallace, 1,765, ShackelBlackni'.' Brushes 10, 13, 15. IS, 20, only pills to tike g are the 1 d7. Fish Hooks lc. The y machines someand :wc ford's pluraliiy, 17.KS2. nuptials at the Presbyte- but one Democratic party in Kenwith Hood's Sarsaparilla. HoOdS FlllS Fish line lc. Hair Brushes with Gkss Sc times get obstreperous, as you've rian church will be as follows with the Whitewash Brush 20c. Hair Brushes 10. 13, 15. 10, 28, 25c A ix this talk about Kentucky cer- noticed in the dally papers. Here is following performeis: Organist, Mrs, tucky; that the picture of Thomas I)res Shields 5, 8 and 10c Iron Glue 7c. Jefferson and his fig leaves will never lwlk)t reform in tainly has the most the way the Glasgow Times turns Steele Bailey; violinist, B H. Danks: again appear on a ballot in this Stato; that Kentuckians have been accusVegetable DipperSc. Corset Ibices lc. Kentucky emanates corrupt and miser- such a mistake into an amusing polit- cornetist, (.icorge DeBord; vocalists, to look to for leadership in Dust Pan aud Brush 15c. Corset Clasps 5c fom a DeiiHcratic able election lans ical joke: that William Goehel, P P. Johnson tomed respective parties. Children's Garden Sets Rake, Hoo Our Pet Child's Waist ISc Ever shown in this cit3. We will take pleasMiss Marv Cowan, Mrs. L. B. Cook, or P. Wat Hardin will bo tho next their of any state in tin and Spade 8c. 25c Panta-graph- , Nov. 2J. na ion "The Louisville Di match excitedly Mrs. J. V. Hayden and Messrs. Carl A, ure in showing you goods. Our immense Our Best Corsets and 10c On the whole, the result of the elecWash Pans 5, 15 and 23c. Governor; and that Jo Blackburn Cotton Towels 5 Nov. 1C. remarks: tion wasn't half as bad if you look at stock of Hosiery from 5c to Goc. Moore, Cnarley Patterson and J. F. will succeed Senator Lindsay. Imperial Enameled Steelware Milk Linen TowpIs 5, 8. 10. 13. lo, 20. 25. XV Comment is unnecessary. sh c cm c cm cm cm cm c c shr cm Waters. Intermezzo russe, Pan 18c Rob Roy Corsets 50c; lon waists worth it from an honest Kentucky standviolin, corThe miracle that might change this cmf cmfcmf cm emmfemfwyp." Looking Glasses 10c and 20c. 75c point, because hereafter Hunterism net and organ ; bridal chorus from Bri program is the of tho That's right exactly right. The Thk Register might find nearer DON'T FORGET WE WILL SAVE YOU Cool Corsets 33c Picture Frames 15c. dal Rose, full chorus ; wedding march; Republican party upon the lines of will not be possible. Larjie Kitchen Spoon 3.. Mountain's Corbet 50c home plenty of compliment for Democracy of Kentucky stands by MONEY ON Waitek Forrester, Dandy Waists 45c Tin Rattlers, with whistle, 2c. Sen:stor Klackburn without copying anything the Dispatch says. Hit 'em violin, cornet and organ ; O, Promise 181)5, for the gold standard against Editor Frankfort Capital. 20 Marbles for Ic. We handle W. B and R. tt G. Corsets Me;' violin and organ ; bridal march the free coinage of silver, with such a ridicule of him by the New York Sun. again!" Ink 4c Ladies' New Collars 10c from Lohengrin, full chorus " complete change of leaders as would the bitterest Republican journal in Mucilage 4c Madison county has a worthy apSuspenders 5 to 50c 0 The gold Democracy, as that move"I am not entertaining anjbtidy I satisfy the sound money" men that plicant for Doorkeeper of the Lower Pencils lc. Table Liner 18 to 95c the East. If the latter's advice had 0 Slate Penci's lc. 1 i:ro.8 Suspender Buttons 5c been followed New York would have ment was called, is, as an organiza am entertaining myself," said Mrs. J the Republican party in Kentucky House of the next General Assembly 30 Sheets of Paper oc. tion, a thing of the past. It fought a Speed Smith at her reception on last stands for a principle and not merely in the person of Mr. Charles Embry, The I.an;try Hair Crimper 3c doz gone Republican instead of Demo50 Envelopes 5c. Shell Hair Pin 5c dcz up good fight, a game fight, an honest Thursday afternoon ; but all who were for pie. And then furnish an opporof Waco, a young man of sterling cratic this year. 12 Lace 5c Lace Cm tains 30c np fight; but it had nothing back of it ex- there will testify to the fact that she en tunity for such a miracle to operate Slates 2c, 4c, 5c and Gc. Curtain Poles I5c, complete qualities and unsullied Democracy. good intentions and nothing in tertaincd others as well as herself In in Kentucky, tho McKinley adminis Parasols 39c up Hon. J. Ciiijts Wjckmffe Beckham. cept 'BfitJ 1 doz Collar Buttons 5c. That he is a young man can be no Bra&s Pins 4c. Shades For Ladies and Misses. Nice Cloth Double Felt WindowLinen 10 and2015c 25c rf Itardstonn, an old C TJ student, and front of it except a ret of imjossible inu large ironi panor .Mrs &mitn. tration must give up tho policy of large proportion of our for a Thimbles lc. uieais. it snowed itseir, indeed, a gowned in a handsome black saiin lying and deceit in party politics that legislators, like himself, are not far Cape, silk topped and trimmed, for S'1.75 ; can Opaque anil 5c Shades awl one of the best men in the lust LegislaTacka lc. Machine Oil ture, was life on Sntunlay. He is a body of Generals without an army. trimmed with white satin brocade, re Mark Hannn has made the guiding on either side of thirty. His parly frIJE Embroidery Silk 5c. not be duplicated in this city for 2.75. Nutmeg Graters lc Its votaries have nothing to be ceived her guests, and in her charming principle so far; the criminal alliance 100 vds Spool Silk 4c. candidate for Speaker of the Lower Tajlor's Adjustable Embroidery Rinjrs fealty, his high character, his unquesFeather Boas 4Se to SS.00. Clark's Thread 4c. 25 and 35c House and will jirohably be elected. ashamed of. If we liad the whole manner presented them to herdaughter, with the infamous A. P. A. organiza tioned worthiness, his large DemoSeaming Braid oc Cologne 5 to 53c His friends in Madiin hope so, at thing to do over again, believing what Mrs. David R. Tevis, who was hand tion in Kentucky, Kansas and Michi- cratic connection, commend him as While Tape lc. Fine Cunib 3c up least. He is one of the most promising we believed then and not knowing somely clad in white satin brocade, with gan, must be repudiated; and finally peuculiarly fit for tho position. Aside Hat Pins lc. Pocket Combs 3c up what we know now, we should not Uimminsis cf white nccordiou-plaiteMourning Pins 2c box. young men in theState- Wbik Brooms, with velvet tip. 10c McKinley must reverse his policy of hesitate to place the same reliance moussehnede.soie. In the back parlor temporizing on the currency qnestion from all this he is afflicted with such Hat Webbing lc and 2c yd. To tli ISrushes 5, S, 10, 15, IS?, 23c physical disabilities as renders the Webbing 5c yd. 12 doz Buttons 5c WeiIo not know Goernor.VcCrears upon our estimate of the popular in- Mis Shackelford, gowned in a dainty as he did by sending that ridiculous, race of life and uneven strugnle for Lisle Webbing 8c yd. Men's Workinjr Shirts ISc sp intentions with regard to making the telligence and virtue. But it being pink Swiss, with a quaint fichu of white roving commission to work a polit- him, and there is no member of Silk Webbing 9c yd. Men's Lnumlried Shirts 25c np that raw for Congress, but ue do know that that the people want no third party, as the only trimmii g, served delicious ical stage illusion with a proposition august body Dolls 3c up. Feather Duster 15, 20, 25c which will be called 1 doz Skiens Silk 7c. be i receiving much urgent solicitation and that they w ill support no organized punch. Miss McDowell, in a handsome to the European monetary powers for upon Wool Dusters 15c to parcel out the spoils of our Filo Silk 3c 2 for 5c. Floor Oil Cloth 171 to 25c throHiilKHit this district to lecomp a movement to rescue the country- from evening toilet of white satin, with bodice reopening of the mints to the late victories who would not feel the Rope Silk 3c 2 for 5c Capets 121c up Hie two extremes, we abandon that of embroidered chiffon candidate. As appropriate to the and trimmings coinace of silver, well knowing that proud that ho had cast his vote for Tablets 1, 3. 5, 8 and 10c. STAPLE DRY GOODS. Ihn Climw reprints on its.first page particular form of'seeking the attain- of green velvet, ushered the guests into they would emphatically refuse to one so Bueuy Whips 10 15 20, 29 and 40c. deserving of the place which Bed Tii kinc 5. (U S, 10 and 15c White String Ties 8c doz. Hie erv stong position taken bv editor ment of truth. But we do not aban- the dining room, which had been trans- consider it. ( ahco 31c up Mr. Embry asks for. By birth and by Black Silk String Ties 10, 15, 20, 25c don sound economic ideas of govern- formed into a bower of loveliness, the Walton, of the Stanford yard, In Kentucky, with Bradley, Wil- preference a Democrat, known and Is now in full blast. Don't buy your Hat be- (ii't Edire ( otton 5 01, vl wide Black Bows 5 and 10c. ment and finance. The National prevailing colors being green and white Interior Journal. Silk Club Ties 10a new stv les. son, Wood and their kind, set aside respected by his neighbors, his race fore seeing our Mammoth stock of Hats. Canton Flannels 5, 7J, SJ, 10, 12 and 15c Democracy, is dead; but with large chrysanthemums of snowy School Crayon 10c box. This Mammoth Store carries and will save Outing Flannel 5. 71 and lCc TirE CouricT-Journsays Master truth is not dead, Honest Money is white, the prevailing flower. In the for such adventurersas Hunter, Todd for the doorkeepership will be Indies' Belts 10 and 20c. you money on Ladies', Men's and Children's Eiderdow n 15 to 40c yd, alt colors I doz Writtiug Pens 5c. Workman J R. Sovereign has retired not oead. Free Trade is not dead, center of the room the table, presided and Deboe and tho whole organiza- watched with interest by the reto tion in the State turned over to pie deemed county of Madison whose 3 Penholders lc. Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods, all kinds Notions, India Linen t05c 20c from the head of the Knights of Labor Home Rule is not dead. l, Hosier 5 to over by Miss Mariawillie Smith at the hunters and A. P. A. scoundrels; Democracy offers him zs ono of its Leather Watch Chains 5c. in ordor to enter the field for the Dress Goods, Linings, Carpets, Oil Cloth Ladies' Vet Fleeced (with sleeves 1", Notember 18. coffee urn and Miss Dovey Letcher with the Frankfort penitentiary reekKill Curlers 3, 4, 5 and 10. representatives in whom there Is no 20 and 25c Presidency against W. J. Bryan. Thii-iAne free silver is not dead (table and floor), Men's and Ladies' Hats and Ladies' Safety Hose Supporters 10c pouring chocolate, was beiutiful with its ing with the scandal of the chair guile. Stand by Embry, of Madison. Mises Cnion Suits 2.V up something like the story of John and 15c. Caps, Capes and Cloaks, Embroideries and Ladies' Gov ns 50 to 05c. Ho:. W. J. Bry.vs was in Louis- snowy white linen and festoons of green contract job; with the decent element Bias Velvet Binding 10 and 5c. RhcRnnd Bill Ellis entering the race Laces, Underwear, Ilosieiy, Dolls, Ribbons, ribbon, while in the center in a hand- of old line Republicans driven out of CLOTHING. Books 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10 to 50c. Pocket for Senator against Blackburn. If ville last Saturday to attend a confer- some cut glass rose bowl Men's Suits $3 50 Fan Scrims 10c were more of the organization to make room for Trunks, Telescopes, etc. ence of the State Democratic leaden you .see anything in the C J. about a Men's Suits $4 75 up Baby Ribbon 5c bolt 10 yards. the beautiful larje chrvsantheinums. the worst scoundrels that have Merrill Martin Shot John J. Ryan to Death. d Democrat you may know it is not and although he specifically requeued Dainty ices, Men's Suits $7.50 to $10 Chemise 50 to 68c in frail Mm Ladies' Muslin Skirts 50 o 75 shells, car sloughed off from the Democratic that no demonstrations be made ried Visit Richmond's Kost Popular and Save Money Bos' Knee Pa nig 20c up ladies' true. Carlisle Merciirv. Merrctt Martin, son ot Joe. Marout the prevailing colors of green party, and with the Republican BfSJ Zinc Trunks $1.2-- to $0.25 Bojs' Knee 7V to $C which was not an indelicate lequest tin, formerly of this city, but now of Tirrs Kentucky's burden of debt if in view of the fact that he is the most an.J white; eveu the fancv cakes and "leaders" ostentatiously parading taxington, and local agent of the being constantly decreased by our attractive personage on the globe to- bonbons were in the same beautiful the Negro question and associating Respectfully Submitted to the Cnsli Trade, B'publiwm administration, thcobsor-ation- s colors. Mi&s Letcher, m a gown of pale. on terms of social equality with Ne- Chattanouga Brewing company, shot of the "roptib-- press to the day, the people turned out en masse John J. Ryan to death in the latter's What salloon at Lexington last Tuesday, contrary not withstanding. P a n t a and thepnvate meeting spread outall areeusUk.was beautiful, as was also groes in police uniforms: graph. over Louisville. From the Ohio river Miss Margaretta Smith in a charming chance is there to get gold Demo- November 10. 1 gowii of pink silk. Miss Barrett and crats to vote with them again soon ? It takes a "reptile" to answer the to Beargrass Creek and from Until a few moments before tho Miss Smith, both in White Paris in us And what chance lias the Republican above. Wo, therefore, reprint to the Water Works the enactment of the Uranmi mnssn t'te stinging indictment of the pres- honest yeomanry turned out to hear bus, assisted Mrs. Smith in the parlors, party without the aid of a large part were good friends, tragedy tho men is h and the revolver ent Administration from the pen of him who is the incarnation of human and baby Speed Smith Tevis, in his cun- of of the Democratic party? from which the fatal bullet was fired ." 3. &jgy BjpgjBipgjBipMipgiijiipgj U alter Forrester, editor of the Frankrights. And besides these there were ning baby language, proved to be an atThe big Democratic majority in the had been given to Martin by Ryan m IfHJIHJarTHJEirrHJjgiTHJBfTlilBrTtiiBi ?HJa74iJEirTHJi3rrHJBftUa7alS ra&rrHJ&l fHltiil rHJfrHl aRHJgJTHlQgrjHJrfHJafTHJSrrtil tractive and enieriaining visitor. fort Capital and Gov. Bradley's as- all the foremost Democrats of Ken next Legislature will begin to inves- during the afternoon. It appears that sistant adjutant general See outside tucky to greet "that man from Ne- G K. M. tigate the prison scandal and the rot- Ryan had been dickering all day for What was probably the largest and tenness of the last Senatorial contest, the sale of PSO. braska," as the puling Times had it. his saloon and had called the cars and engines now in use in tenance and support in any of their a most fashionable ei.tertainment of the and the incompetent politicians who in From Madison were Hons J. B. several of his creditors, that the inter-btat- e Thk Iexinton Herald is not baffled commerce aro not now so concerns charitable or otherw ise, and W. B. Smith, John B. Chen-aul- t, season hoc the reception tendered Hon. have been playing at politics for a deal might bo properly closed. Marin tlie least in its fight against free .A: equipped, and manifestly cannot be the churches and charities for which P. H. Sulhvan, J. Tevis Cobb JohnW. Yerkes an.i wife bv Mr. and few months are still buzzing and tin was one of Rjan's creditors. silver. Almost evcy issue contains so equipped by the first day of Janu- they are being continually begging ably written editorials in faxor of and J. P. Simmons. An important .Mrs. Brutus J. Clay last Wednesday bumping their heads about the flick They disputed over the settlement, 99 189S, so that after that date the will receive no support from those mhiihI money and against free silver feature of the conference was the evening. Lynwood, the home of the ering candle light of their accidental and angry words led to blows. Ryan ary, fanaticism The Herald is, from an unanimous resolve to give number of cars that may be lawfully whose support is equivalent to sucClays, is not surpassed in this section tenure of office. II increased struck at Martin, who drew his revol- used in such inter-stat- e editorial one of theablest commerce cess and without such support, failaid to our btate organ, the Dispatch, for the beauty of its scenery, its com newspaers in the State. The edito-j Hunter and Deboe tried to make a ver. A bystander, knocked the revol will b greatly reduced by the act; ure is inevitable. We hae a good Cc... (fjV. rials winch praee its pago are tvpes which has been of incalculable ser- manding view of the surrounding coun- fusion of Republicans and policy-sho- p ii ver down, and the first two shots And "Whereas, By section 7 of said deal of feeling on this subject, for we of excellence. Pjntagraph. vice in redeeming Kentucky from Re- try, or the elegance of the home; but, Democrats in Covington to beat Sen- went into the floor, hut the third en- act your Honorable Commission is have seen our merchants given the The editor of the Herald is none publicanism. And to the end of main- above all, none exceeds it in the quality Ryan's abdomen. He fell to empowered to extend the period and patronage taken oil to other than J5ill Breckinridge, who taining our bnpremacy let every "l us nospuauiy. uKn tins occasion ator William Goehel; and Goehel tered floor, will have his inning in January. the crying, ''I am done for. within which any common carrier strange merchants, which rightfully OS"- has nothing to loe by keeping up Democrat buy the Dispatch and the handsome place was a scene long to What belongs to 'Lexington.' As we said bethe fight, as he has lost everything thereby help the cause of the people. be remembered, for the beauty and the be, a merciless investigation it will Dcn't shoot again, Merritt." Martin may comply with said act; with Goebel and Bronston to con- put the revolver up and surrendered Now, therefore, the undersigned fore if tho money earned in Jjexing-to- n bv collusion with Madeline and the manhood of Madison were gathered in duct it! How much better Will buy one of OUR FAM it would to the police. Ryan died at the hos- persons doing business with the and derived from rents and bank Republican party. Fajette counn large numbers to unite with Mr.and Mrs. have been for the Republicans who pital 10 minutes later. that are wetl ma a! ' a Louisville & Nashville Railroad Com- dividends was spent in Lexington, it showed her opinion of the Herald's Clay in welcoming to Richmond the diswanted to continue in ollice to have A special to the Louisville Times pany, allege that their business will do you as much irootl a. i'i M would add immensely to our wealth sermons on "sound money" by piling tinguished gentleman from the county devoted Mr. AV. G. White is visiting in Louisthemselves to the faithful from Lexington of November 19, says: of man more dollars. up 1 K) majority for the Democrats, ville with great injurj' by the and prosperity. If people do not of Boyle our new Collector of Iuterual discharge of their duties, rather than Merritt Martin, who shot and kil- default of others, over whom thej patronized home merchants and home and Billy B. was turned down for the Revenue-a- nd his most estimable wife, to have spent their two Miss Lucia Burnam was in CincinWill buy one of our FA.M- - H yeais of su- led John J. Ryan in the latter's saloon have no control, and that the delays mechanics of theirown volition, they li'ih time sinco ho lost bis race for who shares with becoming modesty the premacy ought to be made do so, by a boi'cott nati last week. y in a wild effort to follow the heie Monday night, was MELTON ULSTERS or one of BEAVER . miinvss with Owens. and losses to themselves will ensue that will reach their pockets and honors which her popular husband wears Hunter through all the acquitted on examination by Judpe from the withdrawal from inter-statMrs. Ellen Wilkerson, of Lexington, is other interests." bo gracefully. The Clay home is ideal for devious """-li-e ncu Huiuu uoitars more man I'M and disreputable windings Falconer. It was proven to the court commerce of a large number of cart. visiting Mrs Sallie Russell. emtertaiuing, the spacious apartments of his sneaking political course. that Ryan had a pistol and fired the that are not equipptd; and they, Mrs. J. P. Simmons and children vis- affording ample room for the assembling R 'ihe result of the election shows first shot. ited in Louisville last week. therefore, respectively petition your $$SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS&SSSJSSSS Bu3s. one of our CELEBRATI of fully three hundred guests. Under that the people of Kentucky prefer a Railroad Men Much Concerned Over The Honorable Commission to extend thd j Miss Florence Barlow, of Louisville, the broad stairway ia the cross-haSUITS or one of our CELEB H was Kentucky gentleman like Jo Blacktime within which the said Louisillc Law A Petition Being is visiting Mr. Dick Barlow. stationed a baud of uiu-iTED ULSTERS that you hear In the main burn to an unidentified carpet-bagg& Nashvilio Railroad Company may 1 Signed. Main and Broadway. Miss Georgia Kay MacMillan spent a dining room stood the handsome cake like much talk about. Huntei ; and tho rule of the Negro, table a perfect Leauty on winch sat The railroad companies of the coun- comply with the provisions of said portion of last week in Lexington. the A P. A. and the will try are very much massive candelabra of pure bronze, two concerned about accordingly. Mrs. E. B Hume was a spectator at not he tolerated. Mark llanua will "It i oncerns All." of a set of six brought f om Russia by the act of Congress of May, 1893, foryou want to spend as much, v the great fox hunt at Cyuthiana last YOU not send another "Sam Taylor," to bidding on General C. M. and after January 1, 1898 lay. The adjoining This is the title of a business man's H will show you a SUIT or eek. run a session of the Kentucky Legisroom as well was brilliantly lighted and the uso of engines and cars without "contribution to Friday's Register, M If so, I have them from $1.75 OVERCOAT that will astouinr Mrs. Samuel Rice and children are -f the guests were seated at tables w here a lature. Kentucky has formally automatic air equipments. to $300, the finest Wvm ever and it so harmonizes with tho viewii a visiting Mrs. Martin Hialt,-nea- r Emi bountiful and welf prepared supper was dorsed Gov. Bradley's famous mes brought to Richmond. Agent Kuper Hood, of the L. & K".. expressed in a preceding issue of tho sage to llanna to mind nence. own Come now and select your served. Mib3es Burett and Smith business. It is out of place hissay to is circulatinc a petition amon the Climax, that we feel that our ie- diamond and haveame set to Mr. II. B. Dillingham and Mrs. II. H. assisted in entertaining, whilst the punch shippers here which requests an ex- mnrlrQ worn nrwf. wnaforl rn f lin ila.at I beiore Christmas. the Attractions. Colyer left on Thursday for Kausas bowl was preside lover by Miss Mar- causeHuuterites, "I told you so," be- tension of time at which the act shal air. .inasmuch as we areacommuni nobody with any political City, Mo. Gold and garet Chenault, all of whom were beetrect. the authority to extend y more or less dependent upon each sense ever doubted tho disastrous tako having been delegated by Congress to uther for our meat and bread, we do Mrs. W. W. Park and daughter, Miss comingly attired. Mrs. CI ly was gowned Silver Watches, results that would fo.l jw the trickery, the Inter-Stat- e Grand Crvsanthemnm Show and FIow-i- r Ida, of Irvine, were in town Friday and in a rich black satin, decollette, diamonds bribery and general Commerce Commis- earnestly protest against these exCheaper than ever before. assininity and sion. The enforcement Carnival, including two Comerts Saturday shopping. the costume she wore at McKinley's of the act on cursions to other cities for tho purrascality of the last Legislature. Solid Gold and Silver Novelties of Daily. January 1, would work a great hard- pose of buying goods which our homo Mrs- F. M. Jasper and Miss Emma inaugural ball. Mrs. Yerkes wore a all descriptions. With honest Lieutenant Governor ship upon the roads just now, handsome white satin, diamonds. The What would be nicer than a set of and merchants have for sale or could afMitchell, of Jessamine, are yieitingDr. November 23, 23, 25, asre. Sterling Silver Spoons for a decorations were p ilms and American Worthington presiding over the Sen- possibly even a greater hardship ford to keep in stock if custormers reand Mrs. H, C, Jasper. ate, and clean, feariess Cripps Beck- upon tho shippers and freight patrons mained at home and demanded HORSB SALE?. Christmas present? beauties. A uniq ic feature was the them. Mrs. William Dowell Oldham, of LexPorcelain Clocks for only 1.25, ham in the speaker's chair in the Lexington is thoroughly aroused on Over 1,000 Hnrws to bo sold. Con-icOur Suits regular price $1.75. ington, is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. G. recitations by Miss Georgia Ray Mac- House, and Bill Lyons away waiting of the roads. $1.00, $1.50, jOur Overcoats at 1 Millan, whose talents as an elocutionist uation oiCSf It is clii.uied that it would tako the subject of "Home Patronage" and Prew itt, on Third street. $2.00, $2.50 for children. ) $2.00, $2.50, $3.50, -. on Bill Deboe, the only drawback to nearly t Before buying elsewhere give us are so well known. Her renditions were nillion dollars to equip there is no reason why wo should not a call, and we will convince Our Suits, for bovs or' Mrs. Robert Cheuault, of Richmond. faultless and were $ are world beaters. well received. The a really enjoyable session of tho Gen- the L. & I with tho appliances re- spend our money in Richmond. It ?j ou of our low prices, and ATa., is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. young- men eral Assembly will be the continued quired by ...is act and that the road mav bo that tho lady who $4.50, affair was given upon a large scale, and Boots and Shoes that tliLs reads superior goods. i Silas Evans. Lexington Leadei: of tho late William Henry could not possibly got ready to meet buys her goods out of town it was a great sue ess and will be long pres-n5.00, sell for $1.25, $1.5o, while her Jonc& of Barren, in the Senate. But the new requirement by Miss .Florfie Bright is the guest of and delightfully remembered. . 6.00. January 1. husband, bo he .1 banker, broker or $2.25, $2.50 are u 6 the Lord knoweth best, and it may be Every shipper and business man to a candlestick maker, makes his livMiss Lizzie Logan at Shelbyville, and is goods that for the best that wo will have to en- whom tho petition lias been pre- ing olf hid neighbors in a member of the latter's house party. paying- more monev fSecond St. E dure William Henry for a little while sented has unhesitatingly signed it. Stay at home, and practiceIticlimoud Richmond, Kv. rjRev. G. C. Stocker, of Johnson City, the Gold" T longer. I Bryant Singleton. Mr. C.F. Bry5j The petition follows: Tenn., attended the burial of his grand en Rule. purchase of $5 00 or over dur-in- ir However, the miserable crew that Whereas, By an act of Congress apfather, Thomas J. Renfro, in this county ant, a lumberman, of Valley View, Here is tho way it is in Lexington: the almve dates we will refund and Miss Mary Singleton, sister cf disgraced the Stato in two sessions proved May 2; 1893, any common car10 per cent Our store will be head- last Friday. "The movement stnrted by the quarters for visitors and it is our commerce is forbid- Gazette several weeks ago against Miss Katie Smith entertains the As Mrs. H. H. Pohton, were married last of the Legislature will never bo seen rier 111 inter-stat- e purpose to make it a banner week den after Jan. 1, 1898, to use engines cneap railroad excursions to near-b- y You Like It Club this evening in honor Wednesday at Versailles. The young again. Decent Kentuck.'ans for buyeas of Holiday Goods We will also present to all our friends of her cliaruiing viniur, Miss Virginia couple are spending their honeymoon Bradley, Blackburn, Wi son, Goebel, without power or train brakes and to cities, has culminated in a concerted in the east and will return to Valley Evans, Beckham. Buckner, Bronston. run any train that has not a suflicient movement among the merchants and and customers tickets to the Chenault, of Mt. Sterling. In Larjr Hays, Holt and tho like, respect each number of cars in it so equipped to traders o Lexington looking to Show. View to make ihe'r home. C. D. Chenault and Mrs. MaMrs. tl3 Variet v other regardless of political differen- control tho speed of the train; suppression of una most insidious ria Lynn attended the state convences, but Hunter, Deboo and Todd and And Whereas, Every such carrier attack upon their interests. This tion of the United Daughters of tho their sort do not belong on the same is by said act forbidden to haul or movement cannot fail to.have great Confederacy at Lexington last week ? Smith On Saturday, November 20, earth with tho representative men permit to be hauled or used on its lino influence in breaking up this evil. Friends of John Lair, of Cynthiana, any tar used in moving interstate When people who have a few dollars OX FRIDAY. DECEMBER3, 1897. will be surprised to leam of his mar to the wife of Rev. Jasper K. Smith, near Paint Lick, Ky .. I wulat Popular Subjects, $1 .50 to $5.00. riage last week to Miss an eleven pound boy, tho third born. tralllc not equipped with automatic to speud are offered the, inducemenb sell America Moore, Awarded bidder, ona years old, can trot a mile toaSK 3uffi couplers; of chpap railroad fares to go abroad to lectly of Cynthiana. They were married at Highest Honors World's Fair, gentle And "Where.v, A large 'portion of spend them, it is not surprising that Cinta, time tor "women and children tobEKSLi the Grand Hotel, Cincinnati. 2:26 without $250 for her tho day fSscd trotSri thej' tako advantage of theso oppor- time. She is bred to Dn HoXr Mrs. Evan S. McCord and son, "WiaboTe Antique or Mahogany Finish $1.50, 1 .No. one combined geldine lliam Bennett, visited Lexington relatives is more Catarrh in thu Section tunities to do so, no matter who sufl There u Kaucv Chairs, Taborettea, Tables, Wakren,- - After a long illness of 4 Good mares all bred to jacks. of the country than all other diseases fers nor howcontemptablo it looks ti k u 3 Extra good Couches and countless other new last Friday, and returned to Richmond consumption, Miss Nannie Warren, nure mules ,. i 2 Extra . -put together, aud until the last few vears oeu and attractive articles. hone ""St on Saturday, accompanied by Mr. Sam aged 22 years, died on Saturday last lueiu ueseriing nome merchant j Tt Extra good liorse mnle mit good was suposed to be incurable. Fur a for Btrangers who care nothing anil ? Sxtr'1 i mre mule colts. Bennett and children, of Frankfort. great many years doctors pronounced it at her home on Laurel street, and Everything a local disease, aud prescribcdlocal rem- do nothing for them- - A concerted Jr.. by the celebraTed, Hubble!, Jol B lack& Us was buried in the Richmond ceme. Messrs. T Hood Little and T. H. Pick 2 Jfo. .one younir larV. 2 edies, and by cunetantly failing to cure movement among our merchants ancl aad 3 veaold, e'p represented C.TL at the meeting of tery. with local treatment, pronouiued it inthat is cma the executive committee of the IntercolCasey. Maude Casey, an attract-iv- 3 curable. Science has proven catarrh to traders it presented in & lesitimati! ieDage?cUtTEe,S' a" bred t0 Kd manner cannotiall to have a power Visit.- gool cattle, and 15 rood caivw, legiate Declamatory League held at Win be a constitutional disease, and thrt-inyoung lady o? twenty years, died jvorn by men 55 ful influence. Some railroads Iiavi bred good sheen, abont w ot tfeea ewes, aH r- quires constitutional trerttmentt-HaHw good 's Chester on Saturday. Mr. Little was at Boone, this county, last Friday of ..turrh Cure, manufactured byF. J. already given notice tha they wil t or boys. president of the association. consumption and was buried in tho Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio, tfe the only run no more excursion trains at cheaj Richmond, cemetery. She was a sisFriem'iR here are in receipt of the fol constitutional cure on the market. It k rates to induce people to leave Lextaken internally in doses from 10 drops ter of Mrs. Aexlfnc. low inn handsomely engraved announcekr toateaspoonfui. It acts directly on the ington to trade abroad. Bo far,vs ments of the marriage of .Mr. "William AlIiEN. Tklr. uil Mrs. Harry E. 'blood and mucous Bufacetf'of the system. good, but the matter must be prose', They, oiler one hundred dollar., tor any cuted further.sWps MOST FRFECT MADE . I M. Jackson and Miss Elizabeth Turner. Allen wor$ called upon last Saturday vill be taken tc case It faifs to 'cure., Send, forrculsrs 'Mr. and Mrs. John N Turner to give up tfielrinfanl child which A Dure GfaGe fWm c make .known" to oursmereliints tha marriage of their,daughter, they tenderly consigned to tha grave ;om Ammonia, Alum or any oiber adulterant, and testimonials. Addfem,j? , Lexington, Ky. B. RAMSEY names otthose-.lrhF. J; CHENEY A GO ..THcda. O. roHa trwuatepU-lElw-ibiyr.v to Mr. William M. Jackson; on Sundayfcamid'the bioken hearted I "" " r r... r. fK."i, i iB?r.na nnfl i L r j T uvw HJ vpgKWr "fO. ,JWT'Llm Mitt. W5B 9 eoa If you are n t convinced that the recent election was not for free silver, ju.st look around and see the workings of the toll gate raider. That is ono rDBLHHIl) EVERT WEDNESDAY BY "pr.H)f of the puddin'." Pantagraph. The "proof of tho puddin' " lies in ThG Climax Printing Go. the fact that seventy five per cent, of the toll gate raiders in Kentucky are Republicans. The statistics prove It, Proprietors end Editors. A. D. MILLER. wherever the raiders have been C. E. WOODS, Associate Editor. brought to trial, as was the case in PRICK PER TlTEAR, 1.50. Mercer county. Now then, eat your puddin'. IX ADVANCE, The Richmond Climax. aU Carbuncles fSJBpraHraJHraJsra. mmmmmmmmsmm,famTsmBmmmmmmim fnjwraiaraEraJsraJSf la wmtm Ipi x$20m$BBMM HS4 Not sons. Notions. EM Mil 10-in- . "e'' ju-o- Times-Journa- l. al 191,-7S- J. Hood's Sarsaparilla fig 5 Spools For 10 Cents. type-settin- Logan-Saufle- jHosiery Cloaks and 2p8Se -- W piurce.-Pdiita;:ra- ph, "t-athl- praj pi dir-abilit- y, pjg d Our! illinery - sul-ji-- ct Department Semi-Week- ly Hl Courier-Journa- s ! LOCAL. -- All-wo- ol Satin-line- egg-kib- s fel " -- Ship-pingspo- rt lara B n F5-1223X to-da- y grir Ibshsi tea 1 W Fmi'n ijajgiijiBrgiiiSfirgJs QpMpJifi! I haa&r 1 Ezaissi Ean R Proprietor! l511ijp3iflt5BJpBJBntJJgfri J jr-- y, ieaat0toaB9eec9eataas9aMase49a9a. J:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::? Everybody Knovs l- ... I go-b- y, PERSONAL. bLIlb I . -.- to-da- small-heade- d & oT. rf ui rower&Co ll Air-Bra- c. er know-nothin- Are h m wast hmk 1 bWU If Goinsr to . - Lexington. lots h - You will want your son a Suit or an Overcoat, you can't afford to nnV looking at ours. We can lit a bo irom 6 years old up to any at .- - KeDtuckii ce HMtoociatioi) Meeting. MARRIED. One-ver- like Crys-antheinu- m I! rare: BIRTHS. t" I F. YEAGER, - at -- . I - - rr PUBLIC SALE OF Stock and Cropli tntl-highest Give Us Rockers DEATHS. -- ?,, lS 1 . 1 ld Pay -- a W CREAM bothby-JoeBlakburJ- -- BAKING POWDfR - nITu...Ai. -- o b, ..- p-;r- -- J. -- "ww -- ai.J . I, H- - if' U rJ-i - f -Wife!- iil MtiMv y. t piCrJkFar,ik'ane J.STRENG ? "'"-- , - . The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY NOV. 24, - - 1897. o O O O O OQQ JOOOOO&OGQOOCrOQ&GOGUVU. 5 by THE CLIMAX with in Richmond. c Advertisements will be received c the guar- C antee that its circulation exceeds that of any other paper published one sooooo rjoeooooosoooncwo Fresh fish, oysters and celery at Gus's. anybody. StoufTer sells clothin); cheaper than 6cpt-29-Ci- ii Seven Vail y View. cases of scarlet fevor at Mrs. A. D. Underwood Miss Mazgie Mitchell. is visiting Get your Thanksgiving fruits and ovsters from Gus Margolen. See Stouffer for cheap overcoats. sept-20-G- m mixed nuts and raisins irom Gus Margolen. Suits to orderat Stoufler's at ready inade prices. .4? new stock of buggies, etc, at .John Donelsoii's. sept-20-Gtn Gtyou per bottle. It Former Coniiressman Loren R. SesXo Tariff added, no Rad Debts, nothing to cause our Our shelves, our leges onr upstairs department, our base"My 8on,Octo, u o :.ttended Central sions died at Panama, N. Y. ment and atlics are all bending and groaning under the customers anil friends to pay an advance on a single article University ten yti.rs rgo, is quite as enormous weight of the great stacks of goods piled on them. bought from us this season. The diseases cured by Hood's Sarsap-arill- a large as I am. He is i.!c quite at, youth-fuli- n See Stouffer for underwear. are many, because most ailments his appearame. At a ball given s,ept-26m during Mardi Gras I met a Southern disappear as soon as the blood is enrichYou will find our prices much lower than ever, as we don' cmploj an unexperienced Rest meat and sausage at W. J. It helle whs, upon hearing my name, said ed and purified by it. buyer to lay in our stock. Each and every article that fill our selves and piled up on our riliearer' meat shop, First street. An incendiary fire caused a loss of she had the pleasure of knowing a Mr. nov22-2mcounters has been selected with great care by a buyer who u..s had years of experience: WaUp, Ooto by name, and wished to $75000atSeranton, Ph. who knows a "good thing when he sees it." Stouffer is theoldest clothier, furnishknow our relation to each other. 1 Quinine hot baths and hot drinks as told her that we were brothers, that I was rpmedies for a cold often derange the er and Hatter in the city. the cider. About that time the music functions, open the pores, and make the Our campaign against high j rices this season will be the Great stocks of Calicos arc piled upon tho streets and Hate of $1 for round trip to Lex-in- jr in the store and some of the very best brands are only :Vv: strudk up the Virginia Reel and I asked systtin susceptible to more cold. Dr. continued until November 30, via per yard. Brine your wagons ami load up Wo Un't hottest fought ba'tle in the history of our business. We for the honor of dancing it with her. Bell's Pine Tar Honey goes to the seat I. A N. otrer you one yard at this price, but 1. (XX) yards if you "I am very sorry. Mr. Watts," replied of the'trouble and cures the disease withwant them. set the pace for competition and lot them follow. StoufTer sells clothing cheaper than the blooming beauty "but I have this out the slightest injurious effect. It am body. dance engaged with your brother, Oeto Blankets of all descriptions bouuht in Canton Flannels, bought direct from mills in solid car Farm Wanted. lot. As "Now I was not to be out done, seeing Doa't buy your shoes until you see we have two great stores to buy for we can sae s I want to rent a farm of 23 or 30 I was my sou's broththat she belieed Freeman Bros.' line; prices, S2, $3 and many a "Hard Earned Dollar" on Blanket. We lots. A great saving to our customers, as we can sell them on the shares. sell them a nice white bed blanket, er, so I insisted that Octo was not half acres to be put in corn size. large enough nov SI. to you at ictail and give you wholesale prices. for any bed, at 4Sc per pair. so good a dancer as I and that he would Would like to have enough grass for Hats and caps latest styles and lownot be offended with her. My argu- about four head of stock. Would ' est prices at Stouirer's. ment prevailed and just as I placed my want moderately good house, barn The new Braids, the new Trimmings, the prettiest Silks, the newest things in Dress Anyone desiring to Thanksgiving tomorrow Rememarm about her sylph-hkform up step- and garden. Goods, in patterns or by the yard, are to be had in our Dress Goods Department, "Our ped Octo with a bow and said: M am rent such farm will address me at ber the poor with a scrap of turkey if Brag" Department. N. B. Halkv. you can't .give a whole slice. so glade to see you, iam, but I have Kingston, Ky. nev24 4t !!." 'What this dance with Miss Don't buy a suit or hat for your boy The most elegant things to le had an where in suits or Cupid breaks his bow at the sight of a Small wears and notions of all kind in large quantities did I do? Well what I did to Octo next iihotit seeing Stouflers. , overcoats can be found here. Our are to be had in this great Kniporum of Bargains. If you day wrsa plenty. But I afterward met face fu'l of pimplc3. Hollow cheeks, need anything from a lc paper of pins to a bintsaud overcoats are the death knell to all competition. steam Florida oranges 25 cents a dozen the girl and we talked over the inci- sunken eyes, and a sallow complexion engine you can find it at the Busy Bee Cash Store. They tit better, thev Io.k nicer, they wear longer and they at Uus Margolens. dent, when I ventured to ask her which will defv his best intentions. Beauty is J priced lower. Try a buit of onr Boys' Clothing. Thev are are double knee, double seat and elastic wai-- t hands, war Slothing at prices never so low at she liked more to dance with, Octo or more than skin deep. The skin is mereranted not to rip. Get our prices. See our Clothing. sept Stouffers. Last, but not ieast, is our Cloak Department. We take myself?" "O, dear Mr. Watts, I really ly tho surface on which is written in a special pride here, as pretty, stylish Cloaks are greatlv plain characters the condition of the djn't like to say," the stammnred, The ladies of the Christian church admired bveverjone and our Cloak Department is filled We are the leaders in prices on all lines of Roots and the crimson overspiead her beautiful body. Dr. pierce's Golden Medical Diswill have a caVe and salad sale with beautiful things. Call and look through whether yo Shoes. Special attention paid to this stock. Special priface, '"only Octo don't hold inc as tight covery is good for tne complexion beneed a Cloak or not. We will be glad to sJkw you Life Members. at E Deatherage & Co's store. Rev. Young Goes a Gunning. ces made all through the line, stock larger and more comse through. cause it makes the whole body healthy-becauasyou do." plete than ever. Bring in your grain bags and till them If I havn't what you want give me After a continuous membership of Rev. G. W. Young is not only the it cleare and purifies the blood, up. Prices lower than ever made. .twenty-fiv- e years the following gen best temperance speaker in this secPractical Religion. your order subject to approval. makes the digestion strong and clears out Don't be the last one to call and see this immense stock John Doxr.Lsox. tlemen have been made "life mem- tion but he can handle a gun with as It was onr privilege to listen to a impurities of all kinds. Ry increasing of beautiful fall good. Don't wait until the best things bers" of the Richmond Royal Arch much accurracy as he lifts center in most excellent sermon on Sunday with drawWe have a man's Ribbfd Vest, ability to assimilate, nutritious food, the are selected and taken out. Fall in line and follow the Jnt received 3,500 pounds prunes, Chapter, No. Ifi. which exempts them ers to match, heavy weight, that we can sell at crowd. You will meet with a hearty wekome and bo evaporated apricots, peaches and apples from further dues: J. Speed Smith, a temperance argument. Last week, evening by Rev. Jasper K. Smith, but and by the infusion of its own iugred-ieiit- s that heats the world. Same that sold last season at 4!)o. waited on by polite, nice salesmen. Thanking yo for Vests, with pants, winter weight, 19c, d Ladies' it enriches the blood and so makes at E Deatherage & Co.'s at startling low David W. Irvine, D. P. Armer, C. L. promptly upon the legal 'opening of the fact that he is one of the most d past patronage, we are Ribbed Vests and worth -- o: Children's fvv the bird season, Dr. Young packed popular preachers iu town in no wise solid, healthy flesh. It cures diseases prices. Searcy, W. 1'. Prewitt, Jno. I). Harris up his traps and accompanied by an- affected our estimate of the discourse, pants from Sc up, winter weight An elegant Hue of la) yVX r j&Ls of the lungs, liver. stomach, bowels.skin Respectfully, dies' and gents' fine Underwear in stock at very low prices. fo Sanford Oldham and C. D. Ander- other fine huntsman Mr. Neale Ben- for it was truly grand; grand in its W. T. Griggs' safe at Waco was disand bcalp, simply because all these robbed on Friday night and consid- son. nett, went over to Fleming county simplicity, graud in it practicability, eases spring from the same cause-- a diserable money taken. A New Richmond In The Field. and spent fivo days shooting small grand in its persuasiveness. That ordered digestion and consequent impure It Fresh citron, raisin, currants, fijis, If you think Richmond is not on a game. On Saturday night the couple portion bearing upon the importance biood. nuts of all kinds, and all other ingredi- boom visit the jewelry store of F. Yea-g- returned loaded down with the fruits of Christianity rn our business relaEastern Kentucky coal on second street. It is not only one of their week's trip. Among their tions, lias rarely been so forcibly pre- bay and night: ents, a E. Deatherage & Co. of the neatest stores in town but is trophies were one hundred and fifty sented here. And yet all tho theology II Hits The Spot. See Stonfler ami save money on stocked with all kinds of novelties in partridges. Dr. Young says that al to which we church people reverently clothing, oxer owls and underwear. suffering from a severe cold and chick- subscribe can avail but little if we though he likes yellow-legge- d When the jewelry line. Mr. Yeager exhibits sept 2U Gm vour throat aim lungs leel sore, take a in his window three unset diamonds ens better than any other living Meth- cease to practice itiuall the relations dose of Foley's Honey and Tar, An elegant line of tan, box call, enwhich are as puie as the icicles which odist p eacher, he can sit up at a of life. ness will be at when the sore- amel and patent leather shoes, at FreeMr. Smith's discourse suggested once relieved, partridge supper longer than any i warm, grateful man 3ros. at popular prices, $2, S3 and hung from the temple of Diana at Ephe-sn- minister in this countiy. 1'iealing of t h e that we can best glorify God at the feelin a and See ad. nov 17 lm SI. times and places where we come in parts aflected will experienced and you say : "It feel good. It touches Old Maids Convention. Early Morning Marriage. contact with the world, and not by wiil sihjt." It isso so Mrs W. Francis and Mrs. E W. guaranteed. Sold bv were two clouds at morn, tinged by the About twenty of Richmond's mar- restricting the sphere or choosing tho the G. Wliite. Wiggins hae opened a Woman's Ex- "There W. Many Rcascss Why Vou rising sun By Four A Case 01 Kidney Disease Given Up change in the old post olhVe building. And in the dawn they floated on and mingled ried ladies on Friday last gave a the time or place of our religious exShoulJ Buy Drummers say business is improveing Doctors. laughable entertainment at the Court ercise. As God is everywhere, his Give tlieni a call. into one." House, entitled the Old Maid's Con- creatures should so order their lives daily out in the State. O. Beaver Dam, Jack Freeman's store was the vention. They were assisted bv Catarrh Means Danger, The protracted meeting at Pine My daughter, after being treated by, as to be everywhere and always marriage some ot our most beautiful young Grove Muthodist church closed with scone of a Because if unchecked it may lead dit up for a ednesday, when Neal Gray girls, and the transformation from Godly. To conduct our business rectly to consumption. La'arrh is four doctor and given eight additions, Iters. Moore and Wy-a- tt last neighbor recommended Folej's Kidney, affairs, excluding God and righteousand Amanda Adams, of Silver Creek, aged and decrepit maidens to blithe conducted it. w&.,siBi!iFi)s a !sEEEaeiBi caused by impure blood. This fact is y she is able to walk sever-took upon themsclxes tho vows of and beautiful girls was accomplished ness from our dealings, is to preach a tully established. Therefore, it is use- Cure. Iter, and Mrs. W. It. Lloyd will matrimony as administered doctrine which we do not practice in miles without fatigue. I feel we by by moans of a rejuvenating machine its most esbeutial particular. The less to try to cure catarrh by outward would have Inst her if it was not for entertain the joung people of the 'Squire D. I). Armer. just invented by Mrs. Thos Thorpe. practice of honesty is absolutely es- applications or inhalants The true way your medicine Kespect fully,, on Friday evening, Christian Church manufactured Since the convention she has rejuve- sential to obedience of that com- to cure catarrh is to purify the hloori. Or. Roberts For Postmaster. 7:o() to 10 o'clock. Mrs J. M. Biiloy from Ixjst mat nov-lm sold by W. G. White. Dr. Phil Roberts is an applicant for nated 5.432 old maids of Madison and mandment which says: "Thou shalt Hood's Sarsaprrilla, the great blood rial. Elder S. A. Owen will hold all the precincts are not yet heard not steal." And we must not per- purifier, cures catarrh by its power to It's the easiest rHiiiimg Baptist postmaster of Richmond upon the ex- from. Miss Lear, of iNicholasville, Collector Franks will take charge of Thanksgiving services at the from the Mood. up drive out all impurities wwh Htak. Owensboro Monday. Christian church, at Republican, piration of Mr. Willis' term. Dr. trained the company and to her tire- mit our commercial relations to set the get of people testify that they hisotllceat The skeins a btandard which conflicts with Roberts has been in the State Sonate Thanksgiving day at 11 o'clock a. m. sattd in I In tix. less work and talent is due the" suc- Goldeu Rule because there is license have been perfectly and permanently CscAKKTSbtimnlate liver, kidneys and and made a race or Congress against The Tonga is steel plator The Richmond colored eleven Gov. McCreary. Dr. Roberts has a cessful! rendition of the play. The granted by usage and custom to cured of catarrh by Hood's Sarsaparilla. bowels. Never s cken, weakenmavl-l- gripe. ed frM ewl to end. 10c. walloped the whey out of Winches- large following and will make the house was fairly jammed and $118 thrive, to get wealth at any cost, it no l mo BokU'rs will Hot Hit oil A Michigan vontli was shot and killed with hotly. ter's colored team, 480, last Thurs-du- race to win. His administration was netted for the Infirmary. Verdi, the celebrated composer of docs not and will not excuse us when Beard. SiroveriBg: End by his sweetheart's brother. The cutest of the maids was little Mar- tho All Seeing Eye scans the pages music, is dangerouslv ill. would certainly give satisfaction. He Gate. guerite Dvkes. of our ledger and finds that this or REMOVAL. - When you want a nice pair of tan is acquainted with everybody and It's the best pa'ated Whkn liili'.ns or eosthe eat a Cascaret, wagOH. that item of gain was secured by sindy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. A Musical Genius Among Us. Idx calf, or patent leather shoci. at $2 knows how to treat everybody. . It has the best mayo lyr Dr. Valantine H. Ilobson, of Louis-iilwithholding full measure, giving indon't fail to go to Freeman SiamlSI In fact it's the liest wagon Prof. Minier is the name of the ferior goods, or by misrepresentation. Special Rales via R. N. I. & B. will remove his dental office to Natives of West Africa cut to pitces a nov Brother. young man who has atRichmond, Ky., on December 1, 1S97, or ot iorin ot deceit ciotnea in force of 100 French soldiers. Account of running races at Lex- handsome The nicest and cheapest lot of tan, ington the It. N. I. & H., will sell tracted attention with two medals tho raiment of "business sagacity." for the practice of dentistry Office nexi box calf, enamel and patent leather tickets November 15 to 30, with limit fromSociety of Artof Chicago and East And ve should distinguish between novl7 If door to Custom House. Tetter, and Eczema. shoes in U wn at Freeman Bros ; prices for return to December 1, at one fare Tennessee Educational Association. worldly success and failure, not by The intensa itching and smarting inci onnrvruxriJinnnjiriruiixnjinriniinriJTo For Sale. TT frv p4'ir7 T 9f TpT These medals are trophies of his exnov $2, S3 and $4. for the round trip. g -, the sum total of our gains or losses, dent to these diseases is instantly allayed S 'SCSs&i . r--, by applying Chamberlain's Eye and ploits in music He is the most acPoplar Fence Pickets; Size. 1x13x14. but by the method of achievement. Skin Oiutment. Many very bad ;ases Account of State Meeting Baptist complished musician Its a hard matter to keep a stock 50 per thousand pieces. that has ever should not be a question of "what have been permanently cuied by it. It PriceS:? Bi'KT& BkabbIiCmhek of vehicles on hand all the time; but Young Peoples Union at Versailles, located in Richmond. He- - has the It fo., is equally efficient for itching piles and & B., wiil sell tickets Nowo have," but 'Miow did wo get it." if you will leave vour order with me the It. N. I. Ford, Ky. degree of Bachelor of Music, was a oct27 3w a favorite remedy for sore nipples; honestly, then with what present chapped vember 30, December 1 and 2, with you will get what you want. hands, chilblains, frost bites pupil of Frederick Archer of the If Great Music Offer. limit for return to December 3, at Queens Palace, London, B. F. Peters satisfaction and future ease can we and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Johx Doxelsox. us the names and addresses wo have Send fare for the round lie down at night and know one and of the Chicago Conservatory and B. Owen McKee, the veteran merDr. Cady's Condition Powders, are or three or more performers on the wronged no one to enrich ourselves. trip. 5 FRESHEST GROCERIES, F. Baker of tho Philharmonic Society, Rut if dishonestly, there is an eter just what a horse necd3 when in bad piano or organ together with 10 cents chant, has opened at his old store a condition. Tonic, blood purifier and of Robton. He will opon a studio in County Sued. larpe and carfully selected stock of Madison nity to which wo shall go and in sor- vermifuge. "We have come to offer CANDIES, They are not food but in silver or postage and wo will mail goods which he is selling at prices W. W. Pigg has brought suit against the parlors of the Willis House, and row learn that on earth there may be meuicinoand the best in use to put a vou ten pieces of full sheet music, the Greatest Bargains of FRUITS and that keep his store crowded. See ad. Madison county for $8,250, the purchase will receive pupils in all branches I waltzes two or more standards of money, but horse in prime condition. Price 25 consisting of popular-songs- , of the age. Having just music. He teaches violin, mandolin, in heaven there is but one religious sents per package CAN GOODS marches, etc., arranged for the piano Mr. R. N. Beaslty, Madison's price of that part of the Irvine turnpike returned from the eity piano, cornet, banjo and every king tobacco buyer of Paint Lick, has recently puachased by the fiscal court. guitar, standard the same in the pew as in The convict labor problem has been and orga.i. Address Popular Music At the lowest Price. where we purchased a nov3-2Ho asks that the fiscal court be required wind or stringed instrumentinvented. tho pulpit, the same in lhe counting solved in yew York State. bought from different parties in that . Co., Indianapolis, Intl. chobeen full and complete line of room as in the cottage, the same in locality about 75,000 pounds of to- to issue bonds to pay for the pikes he His great success has choirs,with Everybody Fays So. as shown new and rus work and church bacco on an average of $G 25 per hun- sold. The suit raises several the shop as in the sabbath school. Cascareta Candv Cathartic, the most won- m PI authe important questions of law, and will be by testimonials from undisputed Midred. It is practical, every day Chri- derful medical discovers oftaste, age. pcntly WI! and refreshing to tho aci thorities. Wo hope to see Prof. watched with great interest. It may be LEXINGTON, KY, and John Rurnam and Stroud Railey, the other pike companies will follow Mr. nier accorded the warmth of recep- stianity which is needed, and not that and positively ou kidneys, liverdispelbowels, colds, septZ3-3spirit of avarice which worships six cleansing tljo entire systrm, constipation linUttinl both colored, the latter from Winches- Pigab's lead and ask for judgment on tion and patronage which he certainly euro headache, 3 Will send yon only Fresh Cut Fljwers and c of Mammon and and biliousness. fever, bnv and try a box days at the feet ruinjxnriiuvtruTJuuiJiriruTruiruinrti PIcaso artistic designs. ter, quarreled at a poker game and the merits. ru rents, bold and the contracts with the county. only one at the throne of God. of C C. C. to cure 111, i". druggists. by ell former was severely cut in the arm guaranteed Quality is onr aim, yet not made at undue cost. "Whatever thou doest. wherever Tull Burnam And The Roosters. Everything strictly while Stroud got a slight pistol wound. Miss Bowden Scores a Triumph. China has thus far p.nid 2w 3S8.5S9 Having Opened a We have also the exclusive Jailed but bailed. A good election story has just thou art, abide with God." All orders left with our agent Henry L. Perry of the war indeinnitv to Japan. Miss Bowden, teacher of oratory at come to light on the Hon. JC. Tutt at White's drugstore, rill receive prompt right to sell the celebrated A telephone exchange has been estabA Missouri agricultural editor in C. U., gave a recital last week at MeJust try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the attention. , Felix, Wolf & Co.'s Shoes, by Rurnam. The day before the elec- lished at Sttirgis. hogs morial Hall, and was assisted response to the question, finest liver and bowel regulator ever infor" every pair made to order mayl-l- y "Bsll's Flowers go great many do not. Misses Duncan arid Pepper, with tion it was discovered, so our A negro murdered near Bryan, Tex., made. pay?" said: "A us, that no ballots had and warranted. They will take the paper several piano and vocal solos respectively by mant tellsto Berea, and Mr. Rurnam was lynched by mob of colored men. a tidal wavedestioy-e- d Earthquakes and Everywhere." years and then some day the paper Miss Letitia Crow and Mr. IL M. Rob- been sent many lives iu British North Borneo. We Are Headquarters A perfectly novl0-2heard of it. Fearful lest the mutter 's erts, 'lhe affair attested Miss marked refused." will le sent back Orldvs Are Dangerous healthy woman would not be attended to in time fur For Belfast Linens great ability as an instructor and is a rare sight. Last week one looking through the Many of your friends, or people whom Richmond friends to hope Berea is a Republican stronghold lead her Such a woman is buggy" and commodious ware room of S. L. Midkiff Ladies' Corsets 20c. up. u-l- i AT 21G EAST MAIN. always beautiful. yon know of have contracted, consumpJR she will soon give an exhibition Tutt hired a horse and would have concluded that OF on Third street Health brings tion, pneumonia or other fatal disease Irish and German Laces from pleas- persuaded Dr. Morgan to accompany where the public can have the - --3S clear complexhe intended to quit business. lie had ure of hearing her recite, for she is a him thither. It was nearly midnight by neglect of a rimple cold or cough. am prepared to take all kinds lc. a yard up. ion, clear eye, sold nearly all of his buggies and basafe, sure and furniture, such Give us i call and exastiir of second-han- d gifted teacher and a most attractive and the journey of 15 miles was not steady nerve, Foley's Houey and Tar. a and you rouches. But go there y so inviting, as the weather was cold elastic step, and plasant cough medicine, would have as clocks, bedsteads, mattressour 2Tew Stock of Gouil .. young lady. When the day arrives you want thoughts of will see a full room of the nicest and Sold by thankfulness, movegraceful saved them. It is guaranteed. "iou have hd things to be and driizly, but the gentlemen "were es, bureaus, side-board- s, thankful for befori!. You can nave me cnoice ments. A heal; V. G. White Richmond, Ky. novl-lAn Aged Citizen Passes Away. cheapest busgies ever brought to this too intent on saving their country to I will couches, in fact anything you of our Bplendid line of jcvclry to make you As trustee ot the Richmond thy woman Is n 'Vi tf thankful for now. Jewelry is a pleasure and a offer at nubhc sale to the hight3t Tjldder what market. to such a small c Thomas J. Itenfro, one of the oldest pay any attention is predicted delight. 111 Fair and warmer weather is known as the Joe Merrltt farm, contamgisi'vanu . fll-f- QlSpOSe OI lfl Lilts line. Whv. Here It'll Getting to be Thanksgiving Acres olLind. situated In Oarprd county. K& The friends of Mrs. J F.Stone are and best known citizens in tho west- matter. They arrived safely at Be- - woman witn neaitny raucous mem- for ff ncf. and n. Time" Yes, time Is flying. Here It Js fatten- on the waters or rains i.icx tree. iu uurcj ui jmuiuuiv ji wv notified that she is engaged in trim ern part of the county, died Kovem- - rea, placed the ballots in the proper branes. The mucous membranes line ing time. Almost for the proverbial pnmpHug south of Klrtsvnie ana inree n cArvmrl-hnn- ri owl,; stows. Tobacco Spit and Eaioke Tocr life Away. pies, and other things for the thankful stom- Paint Lick depot, on ming for Mrs. Lucy Jlaun, on Main her 18, 1897. Ho had just completed custody, ana startea norae. wtien the whole body every organ in the body. Don'tyou thankwant to quit tobacco using easily ach. You may encourage some one's season If also do upholstering, carof watch at this street, opposite Blanton's coal office. his 88th year,"nnd was in good health opposite Mr. win. Jioulware's Home, The sliffhtest catarrh of one of these and forever, bomodo well.strung, magnetic, fulness by a present all aprices which will give Wednesday, December 8, 1897, McKee Cor., Main and Firs. We have watches of languor, sallow lull of new life aud vigor, tako riage top to any one. Ladies need no assurance that these up to within a few days of his death, just beyond tho Kingston mill, the membranes produces Sts.. Richmond, Ky. weak men thankful ideasThanksgiving time comes the Between the hours of 11 and 12 o'clxk, on the tho wonderworker, tnat makes - All work to And after is a good fashionable milliners have no supe which was caused by an attack of conversation of the two gentlemen skin, listless eye. and weakening dis- strong. Many gain ten pounds In ten days. Slerry Christmas vhen all Bhould be happy, so premises. On this farm there porches.kitch-en- ; novl0-2Thos. Meighen. Biiye . residence containing halls, including order riors in Richmond, and their prices pneumonia. His illness was brief was dtsturbed by the loud crowing of charges. Mrs. Alvina Hanenkrat, Ribb Over 100,000 enrud. liny to euro,of your don't fail to cotco and see cur immense stock and all necessary you anything you 50o or I will drucrgist, under guarautco to if by magic," Falls. Wis., in a recent letter to Dr. $UX). Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. for Christmas cheapersell you can find it stables and tobacco barns, sufficient two house want-iray line and goods are without a peer than and he passed away as silently as the ' a rooster near by. good 20 acres of, tobacco. There is als Hartmam.sayK "I was troubled for ten Sterling Kemody Co., Chicago or New York. elsewhere. Come and see. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED store houses ant1 nov3-9had as Tutt related next evening, tenement houses, shadows of tho oveniiig. He of on the farm. The farm is ina tagh statetoof tho Christian seemed to us that every d rooster years with chronic CHtarrh. I used Po Ming fine hanged at Henry Clay Johnson was cultivation, a largo portion ot it We know it is human nature, been a member respectfully solicita share a Poosey was attending for about eight months, and J St. Louis for murdering a newsboy. bacco land and adjoins the lands it W. BDAdC. business and common sense, just and church for more than COyenrs, and it from Berea to ams. Mrs Maggie Farris,O.J.Heidrea, A light red and spotted sow. veightabju' slapped must say that I am perfectly cured of others, and contalnin$ 181 acres of of your patronage. ho died in a convention at Kingston. Pullins und 200 pounds is in my possession, having ben should bo in every transaction to may be said of him. "That ! of an acre of An Impoartant Difference. land exclusive of two years next will be taken up by me about two weeks ago. Owuer Creditors give and receive for every dollar a good old age. an old man and full 3Iorgan on the knee and told him the disease. It what is known as the Merritt grave yard and can same by calling and paying all charges. A To make it apparent to thousands.-whis. to be reserved. Juue sence I was cured, and I have not septa-l- y novl7-4JOHX H13LE. spent full worth of that dollar. When of jvacs, and was gathered unto 'his we wore beaten. That settled it. I TERMS. Tne aoove jarm niiiic boiuuub with any of my old symp- think themselves ill, that they arc not credit of six. twelve and eighteen months, three we buy our goods we select every ar- people." A wife, aged 70, and two knew d well the jig was up with us, been trouble rnnal navmenta. bearing legal interest from detoms'." afllicted with any disease, but that tho A purchaser; ,wlll be January l. law. The with rood: lecuritv ticle of true worth, that when we sell children survive Mrs. Win. Stockor, and I tell you I saw tho handwriting All the credltorttof the Richmond Drue Com horned ornu-le- ) Dr. Hartman's latest book on chronic system imply needs clcaniug, is to bring pany are hereoyi Snotined to 'file their claims quired to execute a't DARWIN DBWOLFSl?fo my party. couldn't wh to com', 1 all it it carries with It value, and that it of Madison, and ATrs. Carolyno on tho wall for verified at hiadftct.b-address comfort homo to their hearts, aaca cos- with ree properlj Richmond, the law office of illen will be retained npou said. nd until be sent free to Ky., or before the purchase money is paid. FoMtasion givea aBO and Orean Toner and Uepairer liaa Jrr lly and lacj; must give the buyer full satisfaction. Wright, of Grant coun'y. Interment sleep for thinking of It, .and" when catarrh'will time by The Pe-r- uiynaDrug tive condition is easily cored by.asing J. . -. January 1,18. January 1, lS98,'or tBe,same'ilKbe-Drredyears a taken up arrived and will be happy to attend w aeout Mk. old. sine, calved aSatunti- II Jfavera- olpoonty Cert,-Ui!- s This is the way we do business. Your on Friday ?t Friendship chnrch yard, the result was anno'unced I took for short Columbus, I'M rvtetmr and W. F. P0WI1S, Syrup of Tigs. Manufactared'by 'lhe Done pr order ipnM nwinn w ww the ants of hk old enstowere ami calf. Owwr canhas mm. by pafng h all 0 off to ono side and asked him, MJfg.Co., bare 0er3X,ia. All trade is wanted. Wo save you onilvcr CreeTc. Deceased was born Morgan 'rcmemb6r,ltio6e are. to W.S.Knwor others. Addrearbr postal, Darwin Da- - j ohajges. TBUMW. California Fie Syrup Company. oly,.and, xnoh4 Drug Comi ire east. rsquseJ V Mtile roosters?' ' Askjeur dsnjjgkt for a free ff ecOS-- t K. B. TKBKILi, CWrf EoMo. Mntjftooaritaa; yon money in anything in clothing. nefcr Valley View, In this county ,,In 'Do' you oovsi-Wolf, Kklimoml, Ky. - - ,,...9.t m I ir.. n .i..vrni - A I; jr i' i.l .ujru uiugioia' EU1U S4jV J lDo I,' a3ked M6rganj"J well .don't I Almanac,foe 1806. - c I.V 1809. , Covington & Mitchell. r lysJ-$1.00 0 , o te fpt-29-(- m sept-29-G- m 17-l-m sept-29-l- sept-29-G- m 29-G- to-da- y are especially Winchester Ccnrt. asked if they recall the incident reJ. A. Ramsey reports 800 cattle on ferred to in the article on our last page, middle of third column, "Lee the market. The best prices realized was $3.81 for two lots of 1,100-lfeedof Virginia." Send answers to the ers. 21 1,000-lb- . feeders brought $3.G0; Climax. Several lot good 1,100-lb- . feeders Fictitious prices and fictitious brought 34; good heavy oxen weights sounds big some times, but brought 5H to $3.40; plain oxen, 1,000 those of experience know that some- tol,100-lb- s. 3 to 3X; good yearlings thing for nothing can't be true. "Wo 3wc;.fair yearlings. s $3.10; S00 resort to nothing of that kind for to heifers 2? to 3c; good bulls trade. We offer you values at a 2Jc; old cows and trash 6 to 2c; fat price and show vou an olc- - hogs 3c. No demand for fat hogs or Knt assortment, and make our deal pigs. Demand good for best grades of ings with you in every way worthy of cattle and all offerings sold. your patronage. Coviimton & MitchDied in His Chair. ell. IJ. Frank Todd, aged GG years, died XV. 13. Harris, agent at White's in his at his home on Otter Station, known all over the K. C. Creek Sunday. He had been sufferdivision as "Prof." Harris, visited ing from heart trouble lately, though Lexington and Paris Friday and his sudden demise was a shocking of last week. He was also one surprise to his family. Deceased was of theElkm Lodgo No. GOG F. & A. the father of Matt Todd who was M , on Saturday evening and assisted murdered some years ago, since when in the work of conferring the second trouble has come with swiftness and and third degrees. Mr. Harris says severity into the old man's life. His tl.at the Elkin Lodgo is composed of wife died about three years ago. Six good material and one of the bright- children survive among whom a nice est lodges that he ever had the pleas- estate will be divided. Burial yesure of visiting. terday in the Rirhmond Cemetry. There never was a time when you The Busy Bee Cash Store Coming. could buy hs good values as now Sirs. E. C. Barlow has rented her in clothing. This should not store room under Barlow's Hall to the bo the ca.se, as the tariff on wool- firm of tho ' Busy Reo Cash Store," who ens has made some go up, but will open up with a complete stock of wo bought largely (more than ever dry good-1clothing, notions, boot and before) before the tariff was placed on shoes, on or about January 10th. The and every dollar goes with tarifr off. firm has large stores in Mt Sterling and See our line of suits and overcoats. Richmond, and is composed of enterCovington & Mitchell. prising, merchants, and we are glade to welcome them to onr town. Union Thanksqiving Services. Rev. Timberlakc, of the Baptist The style of the firm here will be H.'C. church, will conduct union Thanks- Shipp a Co. Mr. Shipp is a brother-in-laof W. D. Oldham, of the Busy Bee giving services on Thursday at 10 o'clock at First Presbyterian Church. Cash Store, iu Richmond Ky GeorgeSpecial collection for the poor of the town News. Do You Love Music? city. It so, secure one of the latest and Belle Boyd, The Spy. s of the day, by Lelle Boyd, the noted Confederate prettiest mailing Ten Cents (silver or stamps) Spy, will deliver a lecture at the Court House on December 1G. under to cover mailing and postage, to the the auspices of the Infirmary. The undersigned for a copy of the RIG FOUR of Madison will all (Mark envelope be on hand, and a reception will be We are giving this mupic, which is given her at tho Hotel. sheet music, at regular fifty-ceFell From a Scaffold. this exceedingly low rates, for the By the breaking of a scaffold purpose of advertising, and testing Cliff Gilbert the faithful tinner of tho value of the different papers as D. II. Shackelford, the hardware advertising mediums. merchant, fell to the ground and susE. O. McConnick, tained a broken arm. lie was gutterPassenger Traffic Manager, ing the new cottage of D. 11. Myers, "Big Four Rout." on Lancaster avenue, on the vatant Cincinnati, O. lot next to Mr. Amos Willis'. Mention this paper when you write. b. sores. "Running Bores appeared on my leg and spread over the entire lower.portion of the limb. I got no help from medicine till I tried yours. I was cured by one bottle of sick headache, bad taste In the mouth, coated tongue, gas in the stomach, Cure Hood's ICP dlxtrest and Indigestion. Do not weaken, but have tonic effect. 25 cents. The only H1I to take with Ilood'a Sariaparllla. nil 5 III O " wM? SM& r;ireJ jTv SmUr. J ' 8k Efe v 4 jy TV 700-lb- SGO-l- Agcrs tarsaparla." ISAAC ACKER, Turnpike raiders distroyed ten or more additional in Jessamine. We live in a country of which the toll-gat- Cowans, Va. look like I do'' Hereafter, I want to do my election work exclusively in arm-cha- ir the day time," said Tutt, and he meant it too. A Good Sat-turd- One On Major Watts. Few visitors have been so cordially welcomed in Richmond as was Major GeneralGeorge O U'atts, of Alexandria, La., a native of Richmond, who was the guest last week of his brother, Mr. W. W. Watts, at the btter's elegant home on Lancaster Avenue. All his old compauions gave him the glad hand and his stay was very delightful though brief. He is a good story teller anu does not spare lui.i-tl- f in his fund cf anecdotes, as the f .Inwing will iiuur principal scourge is stomach-troubld It is more than any other disease, and, very nearly, more dangerous. One thing that makes it so dangerous s that it is so little understood. If it were better understood, it would be more feared, more easily cured, less universal than it is now. So, those who to cured, take Shacker Digestive Cordial, because it goes to the root of the trouble as no other medicine does. The pure, harmless, curative herbs an'1 phuts, of which it is composed, are wit'i render it so certain and, at th" ame time, so gentle a cure. Ir helps and strengthens lhj stomach, purifies and tones np the system. Sold by all di uggists, price 10 cent to e. wide-sprea- v isAlLr J Thg TSirottli Thrown Wide THE ENGINE THAT WORKS THE MACHINERY OF THE jst i , Mf off Bee Cash Stores TAXED TO ITS UTMOST CAPACITY. MART READY FOR THE FALL CAMPAIGN. t TO GET THIS GREAT BARGAIN r i 1 Already they are unloading at our door, car load after car load of boxes filled with new Fall "Bargains for our customers and friends. Some of these boxes are almost large enough for small dry goods stores within themselves. It is almost impossible to pass the streets in front of our store. St t 5 m ? 'i 11 w 100-pai- r Two-Step- ourens-tomer- 10-- 4 TWO-STE- s.w )& 'V e nt tailor-made- satin-line- d n s fleece-line- 2.x-eac- fleece-line- fleece-hne- -- Jg j 'Z7f er mines-runnin- g W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANYM "vSK n&C- Steiil & To-da- s. ws 2&L. Vawj Orrj lo-a' wj Ms sm 3'Sri ?5-"3tNi W W iH v JkjjM cant 11 F 5' post-breakf- ast t.M i- - It's -- 1 i! I'hou'-and- s y v3-- v. e, w1h-W- 17-l- IR,. Xj. Salt-Rheu- m GENTRY, AGE1TT. 1 17-l- TST -r- lhe Best Hour UIUJ1 one-thir- d RglJTHE liOPENED! LEin eas-a- ct mmmm II III FLORIST, I I-III- A. D. Smith. Dry Goods m v; NOTION- S- ..o.Secon(lHand Furniture : Bow-den- m Trustee's Sale 'Establishment r ,0 Tc-r-- to-da- kmi hi Farm! I , m Drag-Co.- 111 - 0 ht - Mee m 8. Co- c, two-sto- ry I trimming, renew mattresses. it w post-offi- rn-n- D.'P;ARMER I I STRAY HOGS w o Im u one-eigh- th KM.-BROCKMA- re-a- nd I STRAYED! Al, pale-re- d - J ,i u Pe-ru-- - u r" lj r- . - - i- ; i. it w4 -- ", r I i "- .t irf j j r- - ;. . i T..."---. - z " ,W(,H-U-4- I -- i, H j tl i "' - " -- a .jt .S,jr i" I -- S!2:" 1 -- - ::SADDLERY.::I 1 epffinWHHSniflVR v Stop r- The Richmond Climax. County Court Days. VICTS.IY IN 1900. Lebanon Falcon. Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Kichinond, Madison county, first Monday. The vote of 'confidence" given to the Republican administration at tho last election, says the Chicago Dispatch, would have made lban President had it been cast in 181)0, Lexington, Fayette county, second ? $ Wplp' C3 & CO (S Gec.White. Stable. AtWalteeA ieia's 1. fcb2l-t- All V lie's of guarautcd. Livcsv nd made harness, cheaper f than can be bought anv here in Richmond. Give us a trial an be convinced. Satisfaction Ft couchlnc. The quickest nnd surest VI Q B way is to take Dr. Bell's Pine-TaI? Honey. A rnarintct courU rem- - Tl Si ..Hi-- nhniw n nllkn all others better: arts dlrecllv on the mucous mem-t- j M i.Mo0 haaiB 41m Inntrfi nnd resnlra-- u tory g whole orpins ana invigorates mo system. P That DR. BELL'S Pine-Ta- r- Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. (jeorgetown, Scott county, third Mon- day. IUnville, lloylecoii'ity, third Monday. e county, third Nicholasville, Monday. Cl.ir'v Winchester, louutv, fourth Monday. Verestillc!'. woodioid county, fourth Monday. Jeb-.uniu- As the matter stands the country is Democratic, and the paity of the people has no need to bring any more States to itttdsluncc. This is not a matter of coisj cture, it is a simple fad easily ueiuuustialed by a simple miitliematicul s New York hi.s volts in the electoral Kihege. Kentucky has tlm teen has ten. l'resiilent .Ma'id New Jeit-ocKinley received the otesof .New York, thirty-si- x iVew Jersey and Kentucky, with the ex- Honey Ike Speediest ---I - s. S-- .'.' fa, w-V2 contains the concentrated healing virtues of old and triad miullrtlnnlnppntJi. f? extracted by a new rnlnntlfli rrruEE. Wv K 60o and SI. j it rtcipt ill dnigglu,or r prie C TttLE. SUirrlu4 tj rat pon ts&r 2lit- igrTSr fcStf - M ErT Srrlc T,.n,T-T?- T fKarak, Ej. JTTeT-K- ntu, u.itlft. 27-- 26 The Finest Rigs,' The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- FIRES -- TORIUl IBB,- tention, The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Insure 3'our h mes and business proper tj against Fire 0 Tornado. I represent two of the most reliable Insurance Companies Talspliom Yonr "Cousin," in the United States and respectfully ask P. B. BROABBUS, your patronage. for a share of Hunley's Old Stand. S. F. ROCK, 33 No. 26. tiLU W. KILKY Kv., Recommends Vri:;IitV C'elerv Capsules Slielbvville, Ky., Slav --'0, '90. To v nplit Medical Co., Col., O : Gents I have piirchabed a box of "VVncht's Celery Capsules from G. N. Miiiilelton. druggist, ami ued them for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver ami Consti patton and iotnid that thev ir.ive me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Yours very truly, 0 Geo. V. Rilev. Of Slielbvville, ception ot one vote in the latter State, w Inch was cast or Bryan. McKinlev's ANOTHER ANARCHIST. total vote inthe electoral college was 271, while that of IJry.tn was 170. At G v. l'ingree, of Michigan, in an New Yoik. Kenthe N.netecmh Ceutmy the recent election tucky and New Jersey went Democratic. Club, of New York, &iid: Suppose the people of these three We are jobbing out thesoverign powStat had known the real character of er 01 the people to specula o 8. Mj the, Republican party last year as they is that those whobtaud st know it now, what would have been the in toe byiiHguvue of a Minday ami votes result, dimply this: the fifty-eigare engaged tiie re.si the week in bnu-iti- jj which went for McKinley would have UKierinen or geln .g U gone for Divan. These lifty-eigvotes' schemed to defiu.id Uie widows aud taken from McKinley'o total of 271 are the niusl tiaugeioud members would have left him 213. These same of bociety. fifty-eigvotes added to Bryan's 170 legisla"last winter in the Michigan would have given him 234. Thus Bryan ture 1 trie I to hao sjuio legislation passed which would tax railruads as would have been elected President by a, majotity of twenty-on- e votes. other property is taxed, and to have uni-foiPresident McKinley has expressed fares established tor rich and poor realike. 1 failed. The inilroads were too himself as being satisfied with the sults of the recent election. He is cermuch for me. The lobbyist was there good Democrat, With the with boodle, and othera willi promise of tainly a solid south, the solid West, and with Federal otiice, to k'll the bills. But 1 New York and New Jersey, this country am going to try again. "lt is the duty of government to pro- is now absolutely Democratic. its But the laurels. tect the week ajnuust the strong, the Dtinocracy will not rest upon O.iio mt.st be be swung into the Demopoor against the Ee.hshness of wealth. I say riht here that uulcss the Republi cratic column, and other doubtful States can party comes out as a champion of redeemed. Who says there will not be a Unithe average man and his welfare, and Democrat elected President of the ted States in 11)00? unless it ceases to cater to syndicates, trusts and monopolies, it will be buried YOUTH CHARMS SNAKES. in oblivion " Reierring to this the Louisville h ad-drc- rs b.-for-o e-ce foit-inoht sluck-jobbing l.s m Dis-,.iu- pointing power from removal. White wIll appeal." Tho Constitutionality of the Civil Service Law will bo involved in tho appeal from Judge Jackson's decis- , ion, as is set forth iu this dispatch from Washington, three days later: 'Commissioner of Revenue to day that he would proceed just as he had done heretofore and assign storekeepers and guugers without regard to Judge Jackson's reient decision prohibiting I'ollector ' White, of West Virginia, from and gaugers fiOm one to mother. Collector White is he:o mid was at the Treasury Department this morning where ho had an exto-uleinterview with Commissioner Forman nd Assistant Attorney General Boyd. 'Hie result of tho interview was thnt the Assistant Attorney General diiected the District Attorney of West Virginia to take an appeal from Judge Jackson's decision. It is t.ot ttnlikelv that this entire question will yet go to the Supreme Court to test th- coustitu tiouality of the Civil Servico Law." For-mansa- id ry JrS5 Bill "' oc or"','-iJ- """ "" iu,,rw... -- " 1 PLEASE f9b I a'Hi r" 4Tk Tl mm K Im - ! If It's Christmas Presents You Waiit 25c. 50c ei9.f-w- "13T ; r;iai-Mo- c - . '..'.- -, S2?'.1 - T uiuGGISTS. , I Have Them, GOLD, o;3io; bmim " "" A itMMgacjMarj m f yr w-- rmwfr ip I Vt Jr? yf xZ.? yiy' VC B " acw'iiiJ iii y" Jf rVIJ, yf ZjI t VTv?V m hrk v r, ? so And none others with them compare. All the novelties m. l tarkOA a rr d w i&t v l. i j rr wv a7 u ire t I m w shop, and at prices aAtffitacR $PJ' class harness Hauness, Saddles, never before equa'x wv fiBB Bridles, WhipRichmond. uv b &Wl jLOOKLOPZI A eoranlete line of everything usually found in a M w",c mjiw -- - nuiLTDiv -. L SILVER, PEARL; H fe p . ARE BOTH STYLISH AND BEAUTIFUL, m Cut Glass In Abundance. Drawing Room Lamps, Finest Ladies' and Gent's Umbrellas what makes a 'fjj$3 Rugs. Etc., Etc., at all prices, just to suit the punM.w We have employed Mr. Joe Batson, of Winchester, ami !. pert saddler, who can make any kind of saddle ne-We bin we only ask your inspection to convince you. cash and sell for cash, not charging" enormous prices t. ' up for lost debts. We also make a specialty innan Give us a call. 107 East Main St. j tTHfl- . m T1 vwf-j- v -- .TmiivLHJuv X X 1 RICHMOND HARNESS T. M. Well-- . novlT-ly ( ( . M- - - - T" v - -- -- ri i ii - - - remarks: After this expression Hugh ME A MAW MADETABLETS POSITIVELY AJAX quirkly aid rttrrlf cretionrestore Lost W-chtin old or joupji cm business or marnac tt- a m ta fortr,y. nrM Pincnmninn if 1t-- i t n t t.-- D in um. Tiiir uro bor-- a i:d mediate iiaprov,. mi a &ad effects a t KH rhera cii fail Id is apo having b pcnnine Ajrnc Tnh'etf Thej ham cared thousand and wtllcnreyoo. Ueeimapos-itirwritten cnirantee to effect a care CC in eac c&jeor refund th tnonej Irir OU V I Oijer porkacr, or mz jkc fo'l treatment for 150. Ey mnii. id pla n trrnj prr nron moHi" t of pnc ircnltr froo AJAX REftibDY CO., A L.I. DMrattrn Falling Mem ory, JzniMileocr. Nlwsile"nes. etc. by Atiu&o o Cher Kxcee and Idji Thr-- j CCIUi cax wj ! oijt For sale In Richmond Herndon Ky by Hasan falto-lj nlrnl' & 7r 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE H i?MiMl3 IOTEk3k5 trao Marks Designs Nt Anrone sending a fkctrb and ripertptioii may Qaict)r ascertain our opinion free whether an inTention H probably nnten table Handbook on I'atcnts rent free. Oldest acency for securing patents. Patent taken throuch 31 mm A. Co. receive rpfciai notice, without charge, in the L w'' k Copyrights Ac. Scientific Jfmerican. A handsomely Ulnt rated m0e.1t Ijtnrcst circulation of any n entitle Journal- - Ter.ns. $3 a year: four months 1L Sold byall newsdealers. New York MUNN&Co.3e'- D-. UraDCh Office, C5 F St, Washuigtoa. U. C. lrom Gov. Pingree tne monopoly-owne- d, trust bribed and syndicate uebaiiched pre.--s of the United Mates will probably denounce Gov. I'ingtee as an anarchist. je2-l- y 25, Sec. Street, fUp Stairs). He talks jtibt like the six aud half millions of anarchists who voted for Bryan, ONE OF TWO WAYS. though Piugree" is a Republican. The McKinley administration is forcing the The bladder was created for one pur- Republican party just wnere the Cleve pose, namely, a receptacle for the urine, laud administration drove the Demo and as such it is not liable to any form cratic partv. The honest men in the ot difea'se except by one or two ways. Republican party must come to the partThe first way is from imperfect action of ing of the was with those who have the kidneys. The second way is from prostituted it to the ends of monopolies, careleftS local treatment of other diseases trusts and syndicates, long before the end of McKiuIey'.s administration. In CEIEF CATJS3. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy many of them have already reached is the chief cause of bladder and thousands are daily followtioublei. So the womb, like the bl ai- ing their lead. der, wits created for one purpose, and il LEE OF VIRGINIA. not doctored too mm h is not liable t weakness ord'sene, except in raiecasev. Mcs-r- s. ll Maga Editors: The It is situated back of and very cIik1 t Z!IL - publishing u series of articles callthe bladder, tilerefore anv pain, d:se so ed "Lee of Virginia." Tney aie writs, or inconvenience manifested in the hack, bladder or urinary p&.ssajje is ten ovei the signature of Henry Terrell. often, by mistake, attributed to female I inclose a slip cut from the October weakness or womb trouble of some sort. n tun ben "As Lee's army marched through the lie error is easily made and may be as town of Chambersbiirg a patriotic young easily avoided. To find out correctly Northern girl wa Seen waving a Federal set your urine aside for twenty-fohours; a sediment or settling indicates Hag from a window overlooking the nar-tohighway along which the columns kidney or bladder trouble. The mild extraordinary clU ct of Dr Kil-- u passed The men .f the South were and the r's Swamp-Koo- t, the irreat kidney and tat ing this demonstration much amiss, Madder remedy, is soon realized If ymi calling 1 uke in the grioiion!' w hen Genred a medicine you should have the eral Lee rode up. comprehending the biM. At drigi;Nis fifu cents and out situation at a glance, lie smiled, and d .liar. Yi.u inav have a siunple battle raising his hat saluted the stars alio and pamphlet both sent free !y mail. sttipes, under which he had setwd thirty-jears. "All honor to the old Mention the ( i.mw and send joursid-ilr- , two s to Dr Kilmer iVc Co., I'.mIi.itntmi. ihij.!' he exclaimed. Thcie was a moN. Y. The proprietors of thi-- . paper ment's pause, and some one told the "'larantee the genuineness of this oiler. young lady who had addressed hei. Her arm lell motionless, and thetlaglay TIIE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. limp across tlie window -- sill. Again General Lee spoke leasstiriuglv, saying, No Long Troubles and Consunplon Can b; 'Let it wave, daughter, wue it o:.! one hall disturb you.' But the demonCured. kM-ney- b ct, ihe-poiPall-Maikid-tun1 ur w 1 Cjnway, of .Guionsville, Ind , Has a Very Strange Power. '. T1 A young man twenty-thre- e years old, living near Guionsville, aud known as 'Hun" Conway, for years has possessed a wonderful power over snakes, birds and fish. At his command snakes will crawl from their holes and coil about him, birds will fly to his feet, and fish will float to the surface and yield themselves to his touch. Conway cm offer no explanation for his strange influence over the lower forms of animal life. Recently the Hon. H. D. McMulleti and the .Board of Couuty Commissioners had business in the vicinity of Guionsville, aud a call was made upon Conway, with a request that he demonstrate his peculinr gilts. Thereupon Conway accompanied them to the banks of Laughery Creek, wheie he uttered a cry, whereupon several sbi snakes emerged from ti eir holes and crawled toward him, cluing prettier present? DIAMONDS, WATCHES g Vj- J and CLOCKSc 'zmui jX. m Goods z . -. cs-'-s .T m a a hi . jr - n .-- & - t- 5 111 mmjmmmMmmmm Men's Working rants m iif tnco-.7-ii $?? t -- At all prices. And many New Trimmings, Pleatd Chiffons, '! E. novl7-6- v 11 PALM. && Ss?j i TT'rS. 1 1 f?$J 1 Velvets, Braids, &c. TTTT T 1r nn T" N O ' fev llt?ioa - fkP a 34 9 a M " yll 1O1 S ff3 : peo- The Greate st Bargains ever offered to the ple of Madison county. STRAY HOG! A light red and spotted sow, weight about pounds is in my possession, having been taken up by me about two weeks ago. Owner can same by calling and paying all charges. 200 novl7-lw in-TROn-- ill le:W'?l M :r Im JOHN H1SLE. They Are j Fortune For The Waldens. This Section. K! f I Low Price Makers. Leaders in Ladies' Furnishings, , rvS ' f- -i themselves aoout his arms aud l.tck. There are several persons bearing After being touched by his baud tney tho name of walden in Madison nnd B ylc counties w ho will be interested seeiued to fall into a kind of stupor, no resistance whatever. in tbjs dispatch from Lexington, oll-eiu- ig Ki ft z; fcou). bi V1 K-:- Q Men's Suits Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.0) Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. Men's Shoes SO cents. Look a.t these Prices: for $2.50 worth SS.0O m : ft 4 " S.' 1 " t:-&:i)-. Nov.O: "The search of Mrs L. F. Taylor, i Virginia woman, through this section Tlrere is a great deal of truth in the for missing heirs of the English estate following by the noted writer uud ad- of the Waldens, valued at $40,000,000, has created considerable interest viser, Jlttrdette:" HOW TO GET A FARM. : i" fiiend with the chromatic nose, wlnle you aie Stirling up the sugar in a ten cent glass of gin, let me gie ou a fact to wasii down with it. You may say that ou hae longed tor yea is lot the lice, independent lite of a lariner, but you have neer been able to '.My homeletb here. H stration An Eminent New York Chemist was not recommenced; heart L. & N. R. R. c. nivisiox. Xo. 7, 1S9C. Win-- j p. In Effect a. lv. Express IMris, Chester ami C.20 mail M. Masville, for Cincinnati,1 arv m and Scientist and will had been conquered by the na Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. tive nobleness tint war could not change nor the au hority of command The distimruished New York chemist, T. A. Slocnni, demonstrating his discoery of a re- render rude." liable and absolute cure for Consumption I should like to be permitted to ask (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lunfr and chest disease?, stubborn whether anybody on this side of the coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline ocean has ever lnard of the incident Lexiujitoni Paris Mays- -' 7.20 r. Cincinnati m. I 1MK) ville. Winch ester Lexington mail. and 100 12 55 lico. l'ineville, Kas line for Livinefcton 11.43 l.ii.Ion,.Iellif Knoxville a. it. Fat line for Cincinnati, " l!l 1'aris 1.05 WiiH-hestk- .vinjfon, lxndou, Jel a m a l'J p. h. 11.43 m r m. 1.15 Manfont. Uoulaud. Lancibtcr and a. 7:05 For f ii'ther particulars call on or address, Telep one 78. KUI'EH HOOD, Agt. 7:.T0 Stanford. Houland, Itncaster and 10:10 ft EASTS JDWD SOUTHERN and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting awav. will send THREE FREE related by the author and whethor it BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afHicted reader of the Climax can be vouched for. writing for them. Wm. Musford. His "New Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use. and he considMillersville Postoffice. Anne Arundel ers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible count-- , Md., November 11. cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and IN THEIR RIGHT MIND this great chemist, patientlv experimenting for ears, has produced results as beniScial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern Louisville Dispatch. genius. His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is A gentlemen who heard the late Mr. proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," filed in his American and European laboratoHindman speak at Lebanon during the ries in thousands from those cured in ill parts campaign says Hindman told the people of the world. Medical experts concede that bronchial, that they weie i ow 'tlothed and iu chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption, unicn, uninterrupted, means spceay ana cer their right mind," and not wild as they tain death. Simplv write to T. A. Slocum. M C, 98 Pine were a year ago That they were prep-rstreet. New York, giving pqstoffice and express ed this jearto listen to reason and to auuress, auu uie iretr lutruiciue win us promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant advanform a deliberate : nd intelligent opintage of his renerous proposition. Please tell the Doctor th!t you saw his offer ion on the questi n at issue. The lt ij''-i- y in ine iiiciimond uliuax. of the election fIiows that Mr. Hind-le-su- get money enough to buy a farm. Jint is now time to discard that old pair of this is where you aie mistaken. For yeais you have been driuking a good improved farm at the rate of one bun dml square feet at a gulp. If on doubt tins statement figtue out for yourself. An acre of land contains 43500 square You are probably trying to makeup your mind lect. iisiiuintiiig, for convenience, that Eugland. where to buy your next pair. At a meeting at Lexington of the it biiugs the laud to just one mil per squaie foot. Now pour dowu the fiery Walden descendants last week, Mrs. us help you in this by asking you to call on us dote, and imagine you are swallowing a Taylor said that she had found a and examine the most complete line of FALL and strawbeiry patch. Call in jour friends great many heirs in Kentucky aud WINTER SHOES ever before shown in Richmond. and have them help you gulp down the that daily new ones "were asserting garden of 500 square feet. Uet on a pro- their claims. Those she has seen up longed bpree some day aud see how to the present time are Miss Sarah long it will take you to swallow pasture Munday, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Belle Bryland to feed a cow. Put down the glass ant, Mrs. Itufus Bryant, Mrs. Claude of gin ; there is dirt in it 300 Equate feet ohinii, Mrs. Alary Collins, Air. Xat 9 Berry, Mrs. Ellen Derry. Air. WilbOn of good, licit dirt, worth $43.50. "Ptpct 21 Phone, No. Berry, Airs. Chancellor, all of Lexington, and Airs. Aary Williams, of DAN CURRY IN EASTERN ASYLUM. -. J' Kichinond; Alts. Waldon, Owenton, A special from Lexington of Nov. IS, Airs. A. O. Browning, Alnysville, Air. which illustrate our positiou. It. and Aliss Tisdell, and Mrs. Hamilton, says : says: Dan Curry, recently adjudged insane, Covington. 'For the last two years women suf- Airs. Williamson, one of the heirs was brought to the asylum here this . . n lnnl ...- hfls i v... iiinttnri .... Iippti- trif--. Atc, morning by the Jailer of Whitley conn from Richmond, at tho meeting in in unio, ana in tne state Lieisiaiure ty. He was accompanied by his father the Phoenix stated that there was in this winter will be asked to abrogate ?Ka?r.-iCj- r her family a casket of silverware the law. The women who made a Matt Curry, aud brother, Louis, of ,C :orv:3rt25-- i that bore the monogram of Lord hard fljdit for suffrage and won in Curry's wile accompanied them from Williamsburg as far as Car-bi- Walden, which had descended to l.er 1893, no longer go to the polls, and lather. wheie she and her child now the whole subject has practically Taylor came here last week representing the T. C. Oder law firm of Washington, on the presumption that several of the missing heirs lived in Fayette county. She has emplo3'-e- d a lawyer to help her in the search, and has arranged to have a meeting of all interested persons at the Phoenix Hotel next 'lh'ursday. Some of the heirs are supposed to live in Mercer county. The estate originally belonged to Lord George Walden, of Lancashire, Mrs. a Attiumn ieaves wm m Bargains Now! Forever! Bargains fed feSMMii are. m m THE MEW YORK STORE & m) v-M!- a TT . u r75Vi yg. Ladies' Shoes SO cents. A Beautiful Line of Calicoes from 3 to 5 cents. Good Brown Cotton 3 cents a yard. Duck Suitings 9 cents a yard up. Ladies' Sailors from 5 cents to SI. Brussel Carpets from 50 cents to $1 a yard. Straw Mattings from 12 cents to 20 ets per yd. (:--:- .-- mmmm i 0"!S3S4Ssa fc f,i Vp Totix. KIe:a Sz Son's Old Stand, Richmond, Ky .V-"- Kj-- - gt It pi) ummmnier 'ho e. I ;t X II IL II Li If llBrg . oct6-6m ADVANCE. iSLet TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Tate laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets. All Drnsjrists refund the money if it fails to Care. 25c. For sale by W. G. WUte, Druggist, Richmond, Ey. Fine Chickens For Sale. Forty (40) Barred Plymouth I Htrnnti ros "--1 t- Jleadnelic and "Xettralgia cured by Dr. far sale, if taken now SOcts eat h MRS M. F ARBUt KLE illLEa" PAIN PILLS. "One cent a dose." oct2T-2- m Siv-rire- ek Rck iH krf Kv LAND FOR SALE : Rtrppt n I r- - 123 ECONOMIST RAPES X I have 45 acres of land for sale. This ! land hej in the Foxtown precinct, direct on a iiuniy ro.nl. well iu'cmI and fenceil. new nux'ern huu-erv pro c ductive, tan be bouidit rheap. Also my home place of 70 arris t ou thej Foxtown aud Uoomburo ke &ept22-4J. W. GJ KRISON. di-ec1 w he Best Hour GROCERIES, I I FRESHEST All druRttstdscll Dr. Miles' Pn.n rilli Har-rodsbur- g. CANDIES, FRUITS and n, le-si- RfllLWfly. .Na I. No h. Na 1 7 aai 4 3) m r. jo pin S luum S.Slpm TSSpmliO 10pm i tT" tV;" 1M tMf' H OK KENTUCKY ) Schedule In effect Mmy 2, 1807. SMiK.&K. The Leading Specialists of America Li. Ar. ihelbyTille Ar. Versall es. Ar. Lexington LouUTille . ... 20 YEARS IN OHIO. man was right. 'Ihey were iu their right minds beyond a doubt. That was the only time Mr. Hindman was right during the whole cinvass, and since his party has been flicially declared to be dead bv the Courier-Journa- l, he will perhaps be pardoned for telling so mueh plain truth hi a speech Ar.Li'renenb'r- - ........ ... aS5am fi35im P.SOpm laiTam liMm a t'ipm 1050am 250,000 Cured. Ar. Versailles Lt Lencvtoo Ar.La'renceb'g ! WE.BHTD Nit 6. So. Ar. SbelbyTllle At. LoulaTllle. 7. Alxm 8.15am a 35am S.lOpm i 5.3'p n COUpm ,Nn. iuum SJS m .45am YECURESTRICTURE Thousand of young anil inidulo-sgcmen are troubled with this disease many unconsciously. Ihey may bi c a Finart-in-g semation, small, tmsting stream, sharp cuttii-- pairs at times, slight difficulty in comuicnci.'g, weak organs emission", an t all the symptoms they liavo tJi'RlC-TfJUof nervous debilit Don't l.--t doctor cxpcriincnton oa, by c .tticg, stretching, or tearing d E. tSoan 8 8 lapm .jpn. Ctiam &0)am Observa- tion Chair Cars. Trains Nos. l.s; 5 and carry Free Na 63-pj- zastb 1 4.! i 4iam Lt Lou. aril Ar S.ljpicIU.aoaai BsSatn ArLamcbrxAH j5iiui BlialD Ki4SamArilaroJsbe if 4a ipm 7 35am 0 8 mAr Burcln Lr! 7.tajia 7 WESTBOUND iD No. ill VUIBJCKD RTA IONS. S'o ir. o. it you. Our Ni;r" MElHul) TREATMENT absorbs the stricture tissue; hence i cmores the stricture permanent ly. m 'lhrswillrmtcureynn.asitwillrc-tnra- . EA8TUOUD No. li.lt.NO t7 StA L.NS 7 loam Lit Louisvli Arj & 17pm 9.1Uam Ar Snelbril Ar fl.Spjl .0. 7am Ar Verslles Ar 7upm ll.20.ia Ar Midwar Ar 7J0pm 1115pm ArGeorctc Lt MAS 1 UJU-XD- No. 10 &u5jm 41 ipm 7 41am 3.38pm 71am 3.00pm WES BCCND. 2. tVo 6 No C& Uivm 8.15pm a -- Cam 6.45pm Lunnc-- 5 liy our .V in?, no dot cd tic n Ki memoj. xsefrxiiinr9:npiirrFtrrnetn- - toe bli4 or inanhooil return?. WECURE GLEET Thousands of vnure and middic-accsexrat isor and men are haiiLg r vitaKyeontinually sapped by this disease. Thcr a e fixouentlv iiucoiipcions of Lhcdu.-oo- f these sympbims. (Jcncrrl cakness. bnnitural llischargcs. Failing Manhood. Kcnournes". 1'oor ilem-orIrriLibihtyr.t timi Einarting Sen sation TY..1. nunken dark circles, i. ti'.l. JJ.MJ&. I......, J'TIIC?11IU. i JillI, 1. ,1 Vl ULUU dl i,.Ku.n: P of Ambition. Varicocele, etc utiiujr an l biiuuruili; maybe the cau'e. Don't consult family doctors, as tbey hire no cxcrieuce in these special diseases don't allow Quicks t) experiment on yon. Consult d t.i-iV y, .-- . . rNo. 7. ItNo S. STATIONS. lOSl.m loam iMpm G.a7pm ll.OOarn 7 34pm 1 1.58 Dm 8.30pm LOjjm - . ArNlchlvlllAr AtlticbmodLr Ar Irrins Lt Lt ..T Lul,vil Verslle Ar 1j5o m a 15pm Ar 7.55am! 5.30pm 6 iNa fan It 05am 1 4 4opm 3 45pm 1.30pm 7 STATI 3. Na 10 J.t LoJiaililc Ar- LeUaitton, Ar. Knoxville... Ar AsbeTllle Ar savannah .... Ar. Ar. Ar Ar. Ar JjeltsonTlUe. Cnait laoo'a.. AUnnta Maron ........ Jacksonville . Cb ttanoo a....... 7 45acj B.iwpm 50am lttiopm Na 3. 3pm fan, Lsuam 1. 15pm 5 00am 7 wsuaui 7 4upm 6.00 im 5.00 im ll.JOim 8.15am 11 10pm 9:am B Lt lnm loam OnrNEW METHOD TKLUrjkiKXT will rori- Urely euro you. Uao thousand dollars for ft case wo ncccpt for treatment and canuo'curc Ttrcii moderate for a cuic. UiseaMMot Men and Women. Ar.Uer.diin Ar. New At. llinnlacham. ..... Orleans....... II2Jaml S55pm EOium &U5au lL59pm; U.aiira pm 4.ioim CURES GUARANTEED We treat and rarrj T5MISSTOVB. VAUIWCELU. BYPHILTP, (ILItnT TMPOTKXCT, SFCRET I'KAINS I'KHA TI'HAIi IHSC1IAKO- E3. KIDNrn'xnd m,AlnKniHifs. CONKHLTATinV FREI1 HOOKS FUEK If unabi to call, write for BLANK for HOME N TREATMENT. STU1CTURK. QIIK-STin- carrie j Free Cuitr car Louisville to th-r- e c anectln? with solid Vei-bul- e Train carrying Pullmaa SleepUK Cars Tla Uiattanooeato Ulrmlnchim ajd New Orleans. No, i carries Pullman Sleeper LiuIsriUe to Otattanoora. and Atlanta also Lexington to JaeksoBTUlo Tla Hot Sprtaffg. AsSerllle, and iWifiarai sieeper Islington to New or- I Na tDally Except Sunday. X Wbedok.p &t A.. & T. Swirr. P. 4T.A.. IouiaTllle.KT. Lexlaeton. Ky, ir,EaRii u. Gen. Sunt. Cnu. T. ML n wuhln.nn rk n W..i.f KEMiOYS KERGAN 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. r. aagl6-l- y li T-1 I WutoWMltl I! a R TATtO.A.Q.P.A.' Ky. wi twmwL 9r : ments with which to build up new and healthy tissue. Instead it receives the poisons thrown off by improperly digested food and the effete material with which the intestines are clogged. Disease of the blood and skin or wasting disases like consumption are the result The best of all known medicines is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It g keeps every in perfect tune. It corrects all disorders of the digestion. It invigorates the liver. It makes the appetite hearty and keen end assimilation perfect. It fills the blood with the that build new and healt.-- tissues, firm muscles, and strong, vibra t nerve fibers. Acting through the blood it tears down inert, half-dea-d tissues and canoes them to be carried off and excreted. It acts upon every organ of the body driving t,ut impurities and e-germs. It is t e great blood-make- r md It cures every kind of humor from the common simple blotch or eruption to scrofula. It cures eczema, and all skin affections. It cures 98 percent, of all cases of consumption. Thousands have testified to its wonderful merits. All good druggists sell it Tr, Picrce'a PelleU cure Coastipatk. life-strinvital-elemeny diseasflesh-builde- r. salt-rheu- 8 40 of second-han- d furniture, such " WEST BOUND. hard to introduce it into the .Buckeye y j as clocks, bedsteads, mattress a.m. p.m. m Loxingion, Ky ,Nov. 11. Airs. L. F. Siate. The facts, however, speak R. N. !, 9 M 530 5 42 932 ih ii es, bureausfact anything you! " centreviiie ...... To)jor, (.luiinuir; ti hea Washington a fr.ti.tl H. 'Joe u.uo uouieii vi:u 5 4 938 couches, in y. 'yK cord. The bod v States Court rendered his decision to- lawyer looking up heirs to Ixjfd Newtown . j , ,K .. 9 43 Time Table No. 20 Taking Effect Sun 1. tuought thoy wanted to vote do not Wanu tO dispose Ot in the line " Georgetown. mav amiarentlv day in the three injuncion cases of 6 0 . 10 00 estate in England, hits been vote no. that they have secured the day, May 2, 1803. "0 oe in tne Dest ot oreir in every way, save 16 40 of furniture or old cast off Lve Jtieorcetown. .. WillUin Butler and H. C. Bury, here two weeks, the has induced legal right to do so. ilie experiment Arr nivalis.. 6 il that there is a slight disorder of the digesIt Frarapin; 1st Class. 2d Class. lt 10 6 3 tion. The sufferer hardly notices it, snd United States slorekeepeis. and .1. G. clothing, second-han- d stoves. " Swjtier Ground about thirty prominent citizens to be is costty, and if it be a failure the EAST BOCNS. No. 1 No. 3 No. 3 S59 25 . does not think it worth troubling about. It " Elkhorn. 1135 7f Ex Sun Ex Ban K :San ganger at the Ilannis dis lieve they are heirs to the Walden es- - sooner is do upholstering, car- " Frsnkfort I also is just one little string out of order, but it Buckmau, 11 55 it ended tho better" soon puts every organ in the body into a tillery, against A. B White, Collector riage top trimming, renew A.M. P.M. A. 31. tate, and at noon while the jangling discord. The blood no longer reC. D. Versailles . . 10 23 6 5T 8 55 of Internal Revenue for West Virginia. meeting was iu progress the chief of ceives the proper supply of ele11 Kicholasville mattresses. All. work- to GEO. B. HARPER,BFJICAIV, Genl Pass. Agent 10 12 73C Gen'l Snpt. 00 YOU PLAY CARDS? Valley- - There is no music like public the melody of When health. g Reveruc Circles Aroused Over This De- every is iu perfect cision. tune, and the pure, rich, red blood dances In iew of the fact thnt 91 gaugcrs through the arto teries step the and storekceprs have been discharged quick of by Collector Yerkes '"for the good of health, life is tho service," but more propeily for truly worth living. But the hu- the benefit of the Republicans, the man body is the subjoiueit telegrams will be of intermost delicate and intricate of est, 'lhe first is fiom Patkershurg, all instruments. W. Va , November 8, in the New Just one little strinj: oat of York Sun : tune will make Judge Jackson of tho United life-strin- with her father. Curry knows everbody during his lucid periods, but has frequent delusions when he is always trying to protect himself from an imaginary attack, 'lhe Jailer found a razor ou him while en route, and when asked about itCuiry said ho had made up his mind to kill some of the crowd belore leaching Lexington. The killing of John Corley, a Louisville drummer, by Curry aud Curry's subsequent insanity are familiar to the 4 While ALrs. Taylor was reciting the above facts Rev. Jesse Walden, ol Lancaster, called. He is one of the heirb who arrived too late to be present at the meeting during the morning. He brought with him papers which established his Kinship to Lord Walden. 'J hey had been prepared Walden, of Cincinnati. Following is au ovtract: -- Learned from Rev, Wm. Wnldeu, of Chillicothe, AIo., that t .e lainily descended from theUuko o. .alliugford, Wales, who was drtvei. .o England during tho persecution ,f the Baptists; that thiee brothers came to America and settled respectively, in Now York, Virginia and North Carolina; that Wm. Walden emigrated lrom Culpepper county, Va , to either Bryan Station or Crab Orchard, Ky." Belore the ink got dry on the above Fpicy item the whole thing was knocked into a cocked hut by this muutiun-a- t telegram fro in Lexington two dnj s p gone by default. In Cleveland, for instance, in tho spring of 1803, 5,831 women registered and 4,045 voted. In the spring of CQ 18SR 2,728 women registered and l,i32 voted. In the spring of 1807 403 reg- W istered and 228 voted. At the'regis-tratio- n just closed only S2 women r- H ed&SBM& o zs w Hi! A3i77st5Ssii?U X have registered. 'It must not be forgotten, however, that in order to record the votes, of women, who majthese eighty-tw- o or may not vote on election day, a separate set of books must be kept at Roofing, each polling place and separate J his metins must be provided. an extra expense of $15,000. Ewn n utfra the most radical woman gists admit that the game is not worth the caudle, aud it is thought that theie will bono serious ojpus.-tio- n to tiie repeal of the duo law. 'The explanation of this failure of bid-lo- ts - CAN GOODS rSxiZ : C:o.co V COLS. Ciccfc,CcIu Wauh, Diamond Kins, or a Scholarship in At the lowest Price. Draughoa's Practical Business College, Nashville, Tenn..or P-Texarkana, Tex., or a scholarship in Jiost any other reputable business college or literary school in the C S. can be secured oy doing a. Ultle wort at home for the Youths Advocate, an illustrated journal. Itisclevatinc:in character, moral iu tcne, and 5 especUIIy interesting and profitable to young sept23-5people, but read vnth interest and profit ty peo- 5 3 ple of all ages. Stones and other interesting natter well illustrated. Sample copies sent fret uxrutrtruTnjirtjijtxijxruTjtrinjTjuiruuvtj ;jents wanted. Aodress Youths Advocate Pub. Co., Nashville, Tenn. Mention this paper. J AU druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nerro riasters. ang!8-l- y V r f?JJ?3 Q PfjnS. . Jfcl semi-month- D, Smith. m CO What stoj Neuralgia? Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. H Having Opened a Ffwiklori S Gifickaii Railway, In Effect March 1, 189?. i Guttering and General e( Secondhand e O DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. , Arr Elkhom .. Stamping " awitier Ground Lve Frankfort, a.m. p.m. Job Work. rununire Establishment EAST MAIN. i i J 30 litter: wotmiu biiltrage may safely be lef. to those who iaboreu so long and tio Ml . SMITH S ft I AT2J6 am prepared to take all kinds side-boards, Dnvalls ' Georgetown Lve Georxetown Arr Newtown CentreTillc " 6 45 6 51 7 02 . 3 00 3 30 70S 720 3 4 3 53 4 4 4 4 4 5 15 30 332 8 00 8 12 Elizabeth. . Paris . . 822 823 2 S3 10 li k I h ig, Wal-ueu'- ft l- - C . I 11 0 to-d- ay g The cases were lieaul upon demur rers nnd answers of the defendants. CO tho Civil Kflrviceact; that tho plah.- -' tuia are oiucers oi tne uovernment m the Internal Revenue service; that rthey cannot be removed except for other than political causes; that the attempt to change their rank and place is in violation of tho Civil Set- vice act, and that a court of equlry has Jurisdiction tg restrauj he. .ap- -. . "- Judgo Jackson perpetuates the against the removal by the Collector of tho three officials on the grounds that the act known as the Civil Service act is constitutional That ( ongress has not delegated to the President and Commission legislative powers; that the Internal Rev ments. enue servico has been placed under; Police received a letter from" Charles B. Smith, of the Evans1 Hotel. n 0., which says she is in Washington as a hotel beat, and that she has has been sent out of the District of Columbia on passes furnished by the police depattnent. When the letter was. shown to Mrs. Taylor sho bitterly denied its stateWash-ingtonD. View Million Richmond... Union. Moberley BrassCeld- .. 11 40 It Z 1153 P.-- 8 00 8 13 830 10 55 20 11 IS It order . 1 . Frankfort, Kentucky. well-kow- J women vote. So long as she can't vote, she wants to vote, lience if allowed to vote the con tention will be over and she will re turn to her "sphero" when she finds out she don't caro for suffrage as would much as she thought The iLexingtou Herald gives some figures and, presumably; some fet$ l Let the The Chesipeak and Ohio Ky. ha.$ just issued a very handsom playing rtl to advertise its famous F. F. V. trainsj These cards are of the finest nuke an4 quality. Uy special arrangement witl), the manufacturers, a sinall charge of fifdeck or two decks fi.j teen cents twenty-fiv- e cents is made. Upon receipt! of either of above amounts in money or! postage Btaiup, plus four cents per deck: for postage, the undersigned will forward as many decks as desired toyoura'ddressJ Take advantage of this opportunity u lay in your winter supply of flue curds at a small cost. Geo. W. Barney, D?J?. A'. k Panola - .. Irvine 12 12 12 12 13 IS 30 35 105 I 12 50 1 05 2 00 2 15 P.M. -- 7 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 320 of your (patronage. li scptS-l- y I resj-ectfull- y solicitashare mm Mt- - ai "WESTBOUND my. at "Winchester, Ky. cm am pm 4 50 pin 6 55 7 30 3 00 Two. 2 west bound. Ex Sun Irvine . .... . Union RIchtrond.. Million.. Valley View., Nicholasville Versailles No. 1 No. 8 No. 10 Ex San ExSnn ExSnn 1 2 2 2 2 M. BROCKMAN. 11 Time of Trains Mobsrliy Brass3elJ.w ., Panola ... 6 C c l 30 53 . 00 . 6 05 9 20 31 , ..,,. 58 7 56 17 35 4 00 4 15 48 II P.M. 3 40 423 440 5 10 5 15 A. M Wanted Jin Idea 5 57 835 540 500 530 6 43 Protect rwntfaewt thy mV brlAS coTpl?e,ri?t!5: .or jkddeubhks meir turn prUe og ra, u. i, lor and iijvj huadml luTaUoa ssaass pale-re- 2it",I? Sterling and Lexington Accora Eastera Express for Louisvill-eMorehcad. aad Lexiagtoa Acccnu ?"? York Limited F.F.V EAST BOUND. "aTmT 5 33 p7mT' P.M. -- aTST - - fi OF - Si : 0 v '. $- - 5i: ? j". j" ? Je3aton 5 ?3. V. AU trains connect witt Loabville Soathera , tralas to and fro Louisville. about yeicj All trains aeBet xUb f! X. n T Oetobe h, to sad from Cincinnati. zr - . . , J. W. BOOK. Train Ttf.nnlit.1 kmw jiA W. K ADAM, SoperUteUwatr tnt. STR ifini 33 rir t -- iC W . I A . ""r i?'v ?"" prf an ot H. TMOiUX, fcr t. hind feetv bel-l-v and faanr ta, w tK takes in Sata.. I b. ; ''luce 'ealTad a md Knll I f horned orrau- m thJ covt. whlto 5 d de- - iJ LexiBg&naail Merehcad Accora 9 15 cm New Turk Limited V, 11 53 am Lexiaysea and MU FJ. 8 30 pm Sterling Accora. washiijrtea Expnesa 9 23 pm y. AccerasedatieB trains ran daily except Other traies run daily. aJeepiag dining ear servico to r"1 New York. Pot ictermattea. rates or sleeper reerrt!oHS mU ea or write K. HOOD. A Rwat SBn-da- id JI - Chief FoUm. fHKMMHt m AKNKY, Bith,e4' K BBHwWffrfiiifhi frilff1 irtHBay 'irwflrntfBiPiwif'BflinWIKSir'TiBnlHl aai3B . ijtKSBBfsS&lKfc SSKHlBDsr Anl&SEflBHPtfSP - a ' -- SS! I 1D 3 ::SADDLERY.:: B fimmmmmmuujlnn,.j4Wii S-- g Stop The Fkhmond Climax. I YiCTj.lY IN 1900. Lebanon Falcon. C7 fl CO All V nds of 1. nd made harness, cheaper than can be bought anv where in Richmond. Give us a trial an be convinced. Satisfaction feh21-t- f guarautcd. At Walter fl. Wlnite. Gee A cs S qbu. Livcav Stadlk. 3 concblnc. The quickest and surest g gi way Is to take Ur. Bell's Pine-Ta- ra llonev. A ctiamiiteel couch rem- better; 3 edy, whollv unlike all others J acts directly on the mucous mem- - J3 resplra- - tl branes, heals the lungs and whole system. That DR. BELL'S Pine-Ta- r- aP The vote of 'confidence" given to the County Court Days. Republican administration at the latt Taris, Bonrbou connty. first Monday. election, says the Chicago Dispatch, Kichmond, Madisou county, firet .Mon- would have made Biyati President had day. it been cast in 181X5. Lexinglon, Fayette county, second As the matter stands the country is Monday. Democratic, and the paity of the people Stanford. Lincoln county, second Monhas no nee-- to bring any more States to day. i.s assistance. Thib is not a matter of (leorsi'town, Scotl cuinty.tldnl Mon- coi'.j dure, it is a simple fait easily day. demonstrated by n simple mathematical Danville, IViylecoirity, third Monday. calculation. Nicliolasville, thinl Wow York hits thirty-si- x votes in the 1 Jeb-.tiiiin- e Monday. fifoney Ike Spfei Ira, yj v contains the concentrated healing virtues or oia ana trledmedlclnalneents. H extracted by a new & ficlcnlinc process. Sjc, gi 60c and $1. K fc y i At mf rliu.or ral sjon er price dj Tk E. r. S.lV.rU.4 XriM l. rsdara, Sj. tl 20 im nratiiia VLr klf m-t&- The Finest liigs, Tlie Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- jCL & ass mmmm mm- Insure your h -mes and business proper t- against tention. The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Talspliono Yonr "Cousin," Fire 0 Tornado. I rejiresent tAvo of the most reliable Insurance Companies in the United States and respectfully ask for a share of your patronage. S. R ROCK, je2-l- y Kentucky hanChiiteeu Wiiichetter, Chirk lountv, fourth Mew Jeit-ehas ten. President .MMoiblny. cKinley received the totes of New York, VercitiUu, wood lord county, fourth ew Jersey and Kentucky, with the exMondaj'. ception ol one vote in the latter State, w Inch was cabt for Bryan. McKiulev's ANOTHER ANARCHIST. total vote inthe electoral college was 271, while that of Bryan was 176. At G v. I'ingree, of .Michigan, in an bjforo the N.neleuiuh Ceutuiy the recent election New Yoik. Kentucky and New Jensey went Democratic. Club, ofXew York, siid: Suppose the people of these three '"We are jobbing out thesoverign powState-shaknown the real character of er ot the people to specula o 8. .My the. Kepublican party last year as they is that those who stand fou kiiOw it now, what would have been the moot in tiic byiiHgoue of a Miiulay anil votes rebtilt. iSiuiply this: the fifty-eigare engaged the resi 01 the week in which went for McKinley would have or geltl g uj goue for Bryan. These lifty-cfcl- it votes' bchemes to defiit.ui tne widows aud ortaken from McKinley's total of 271 phans are the tuoet oaugetotis members would, have left him 213. These same of society. fifty-eigto Bryan's 17G "last winter in the Michigan legisla- would have votes added234. Thus Bryan given him ture 1 tried to li:iu s.mie legidiatiou passed which would lax railroads as would have been elected President by tw enty-on- e votes. other property is taxed, aud to have uni-foi- a majority of McKinley lias expressed President fares eetabnshed for rich and poor realike. J, failed. The lailreads wereUx) himself as being satisfied with the sults of the recent election. He is cermuch for me. The lobbj int was there AVith the good Democrat, with boodle, and others with promise of tainly a solid South, the solid West, and with Federal otiice, to kl! the bills. Hut 1 New York and New Jersey, this country am going to try again. "lt is the duty of government to pro- is now absolutely Democratic. But the tect the week against the strong, the Democracy wid not rest upon its laure!s. poor against the se.libhuess of wealth. O.do mi:8t be be swung into the DemoI say right here that unless the Republi- cratic column, aud other doubtful States w can party comes out as a champion of redeemed. Who sajs there ill not be a Democrat elected President of the Unithe average man and his wellare, and 1000 ? uulesa it ceases to cater to syndicates, ted Ptates in trusts and monopolies, it will be buried YOUTH CHARMS SNAKES. in oblivion " Helerring to this the Louisville Dis-(iu- h electoral college. a-iad-drn- -s ce ht eii slock-jobbing m pointing power from removal. White will appeal." The Constitutionality of the Civil Service Lav- - will be involved in the appeal from Judge Jackson's decis-- , ion, as is set forth in this dispatch from Washington, three days later: n "Commissioner of Revenue said to day that he would proceed just as ho had done heretofote and assign storekeepers and gangers without regard to Judge Jackson's rei out decision prohibiting Collector White, of West Virginia, from aud gaujjers fiom one to mother. White is here and was at the Treas- i ury Department this morning where he had an extended interview with Coinmirsinnor Forman nd Assistant Attorney General Boyd. The result of the interview was that the Assistant Attorney General diiected the District Attorney of West Virginia to take an appeal from Judge Jaekson'b decision. It is t.ot unlikely that tlii entire question will yet go to the Supreme Court to tebt tli-- i constitu 1 tionnlity of the Civil Service Law." For-mary &gUU",r" a,,,,,, I "" n '.. ! PLEASE miWWw i BS kwtWWWWWwK TRY Sl im . mTmcFZL v.ve iTw-ap- v v.j:aar Tmrc vmiw mi mJgm wfj& v kr b " ,-- L y NDY OA THARTIG ,n If It's Christmas Presents You Want 1 1 Tie 50c &&&S: -- 3feJ'- fZi ?i? fj welrf -- ' r fl . ?a "1 ir-- 1 x rt c mUkdW z ! - l Hav GOLD, oroKvtmcrwwM!.; rnMnc.ii:M)v; al II IH Via flt all DRUGGISTS. '.: v. -- -- . . C S sipu - ty Them9 SILVER, PEARL; LOOK, ss - LOpK! ! And none others with them compare. All the novelties m. 1 1 nose iw XZTf.lJI w raps s lVl-j7- i 'Richmond. class harness shop, and at prices never before equal. I Whip- -. A comnlete line of everything usually found in a T pun-a.- i "J. m Kfri KVl ARE BOTH STYLISH AXD BEAUTIFUL, Cut Glass In Abundance. Drawing Room Lamps, Finest Ladies' and Gent's Umbrellas what makes a m 'Nohfoy CNS-X-- We have employed Mr. Joe Bauson, of Winchester, ami rSVl pert saddler, who can make any kind of saddle neh-.l- . we only ask your inspection to convince you. We bin cash and sell for cash, not charging enormous price. t n. in up for lost debts. We also make a specialty in RICHMOND HARNESS ('... us a call. Give T. M. Well. M V 107 East Main St. - Harness. Saddles, Bridles, Rugs, Etc., Etc., at all prices, just to suit tne . re-p- a novlT-l- y 3T P. B. BROADDUS, Hunley's Old Stand. No. 26. UEll. W. KIIjKY 33 26), Sec. Street, fUp Stairs). ONE OF TWO WAYS. Ky., Recommends WrijrhtV Celerv Capsules Sliflhvville, Kv., Slav 2G, '96. To "Wright Medical Col., 0 : Uents 1 have purchased a box of AV rid it's Celery Capsules from G. N. Middelton, dniL'dst, and used them for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti pation and found that thev c.ive me immediate relief everv time. 1 think it an Of Sltelbyville, , excellent remedy. Yours very truly, 0 Geo. V. Rilev. 1 not doctored too linn li is not liable to AJAX CUKE weakness or d'.eje, except in raieea-v- . A LI, JtrrrotM Iiezae Failing Mem ory, I nfuteary. SIvjiWene. etc chdmk. It is situated back of and very clo--e to by Aluo or ether LicMe find Ini croCion-Thry jurkty and mttwlt the bladder, tiierefore anv pain, dise. no &5f restore Lost in old or joupji cm fit u wrjx for frtud i, businr or mamafi or inconvenience manifested in the flnnwnmirfiiin il t Tr,i n 'x iq bark, bladder ov urinary passage is to.n endtima Tlwir Ioro bor-- s laatccdiata improve UH v here cJi ntir tail Id effects a mcui w Qpon htiTins (he prnnino Ajux TahJets The,, often, by mistake, attributed to female ham cured thousands and wilt curs you. We kith aio$-iuvn weakness or womb trouble of sort. written jnmran:ee to effect a care CO w I "Jiper eac cawor refund th ooncj Pnreww PTC I lie error is easily made and may be as or x rke fail treatment t'ir C&1 Ity tnrl. in nlam wmprrr upon rOHirt of pir ircnler irCO A 1AV E?tlft1lllr ,1 .'JlwDoriCl-- easily avoided. To find out correctly, &. ivutuu wvs.f CUea;, W set your urino aside for tuenfy-foi- ir by Hasan &. For sale in Richmond. Ky fdl3-l- y Herndon hours; a sedimant or settling indicates kidney or bladder trouble. The mild 50 YEARS' 's and the extraordinary cfTtct of Dr vuMHflHF&L EXPERIENCE Swamp-Kno- t, the t'reat kidney ami bladder remedy, is roon realized If you i iv.d a inedirine yon shr.uld have the !n- -t. Atdrugd"'B fif'j cents and out l!ar. You may have a sample battle and pamphlet, both sent free by mail. 3aOKBB3! Tra:sz Marks Dcsigns Mention the ( limax and send yourad-d- n copyrights &c t to Dr Kilmer ik Co., I'.iiili.ontnii. Anyone sending a skrtrh and description may quickly ascertain our opi-ifree whether an N. Y. The proprieloM of tlii- - paper invention Is probably pntentaMe Cnrnmcnim. tlotuMnctly confidential. Handbook on Patents guanuitee the genuineness of this offer. eent tree. Oldest agency for securing patent. W-rJit- ME A MAW MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY The bladder was created for one purpose, namely, a receptacle for the urine, and as such it is pot liable to any form ot difease except by one or tw o ways. The first way is from imperfect action of the kidneys. The second way is from careless local treatment of other diseases. CHIEF CAUS3. Vnhealthv urine from unhealthy kidneys is the chief cause of bladder troubles. So the womb, like the was created for one purpose, and il b'rul-de- r. remarks: After this expression lrom Gov. Pingree tiie monopoly-owneirus-- t bribed and syndicate debauched pre.-- s of the United Mates will probably denounce Gov. I'ingiee as an anarchist. He talks just like the six and half millions of anarchists who voted for Bryan, though Piugree' is a Republican. The McKinley administration is forcing the Kepublican party just wnere the Cleve laud administration dioe the Demo cratic partv. The honest men in the Republican party must come to the parting of the M'ajs with those who have prostituted it to the euds of monopolies, trusts and syndicates, long before the eid of McKinley' ad.ninistration. In Let, many of them have already reached t and thousands are daily following; their lead. d, ihe-poin- Hugh A Cjnway, ol .Guionsville, Ind , Has a Very Strange Power. trt fin-- c pact-ac- Kil-ii-er- 1 w on tf rptelal notice, without charce. In the 1'atenta taken throuch Jluim & Co. receive Scientific jfifierican, Long Branca Offloc, C5 F St, "Woshlngtoa, V. U. THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. Troubles and Consumplon Cured. Can be A nandsOTnc1rillntratod ireptlr. Jjirccst of any feienune inornal. Ter.n. J3 a Tear; four months. (L Sold bjall newsdealers. MUNN & Co.3G'Bro. New York An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free OKer to Our Readers. le L. & N. R. R. K C. DIVISION'. Nov. 7, 1896. lv. Iixpres for Cincinnati,! a. m. I'aris, Maysville, Win- -' Chester ami Lexington G.20 mail CiucinnHti P.irip, Mays-p- . m. ville, Wiui'ii ester and 2M Lexington mail. I .vingsion, lxndon, J el 1.05 lico. l'ineville. Fast line for Livingston 11.43 Iiondon,.IeMii-- Knoxville a. m. FaJt line for Cincinnati, .. I! I'aris Wincliestvr. p m. ItOvlHiid. Lancabter and 1.15 In Effeit p. m 7.20 arv 100 12 55 a m 319 p. m. 11.43 7:30 Stanfonl. 7:05 For f lit her particulars call on or address, Telen one 78. KUPEK HOOD. A$t. Rowland, Ijtncaster and( tanfont. a. m 10:10 se lit. Ar. At. SOUTHERN RAILWAY, The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocuni, demonstrating his discovery of a and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting awav. will send THREE FREE BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afHicted reader of the Climax writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cared thousands permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for years, has produced results as benificial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius. His assertion that lung tronbles and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," filed in his American and European laboratories in thousands from those cured in all parts of the world. Medical experts concede that bronchial, chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and certain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum. M C, 98 Pine street. New York, giving postoffice and express address, and the free medicine will b: promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant advantage of his penerous proposition. Please tell the Doctor thst you saw his offer Jly7-l- y in the Ricumoxd Climax. (IN KENTUCKY ) Schedule In effect May 2, 180" rAHTB JDMD LkjuUviIIc . At. ahelbyvllle. Ar.L I'renceb'c Versall e.. Leiinzton.. .N1 I. No a No. 1 7 iam t.'M m 7.opm 9 lium 5.47pm a51pm .ZOpm V55am 6.35xzd laiTam &58im n.tOpm in 50am 7S5pm jO 10pm Lt lennxtoa.. Ar. Versiilles.. Ar. Sbelbyrllle. WtKiBiil'NP N.i d No. 2. Ni 4. Ar.La'reneeb'g. 9. Can: .tjpm &t5am M.55an 8 15pm a Mam Ac Loulsrllle.. Trains Nos. l.S, S and a carry Free Observation Chair Cars. 7. "Uam 5.10pm h Hum a 15am 5.3rpn 5.28 m S. 35am 6.0upm a.43am -- XA8TB JDND WEITBtlUND No. 11 NO. II I RTA IONS. No 11 7 A .(,.. T.V 4 .I'll A ml B.l.'puiiaiiam CI-pj8 a5am Ar Larncbrt; A" jtSpm SiSam l ,7iipm KnaimlArilaroJiLg ir 4.3 Spin j 7 35am ,7 WpTi 0 8 mPAr Burcin. t.vl ?pu fill is. 4a rASTUOUND No. U t.NO t)7 SiA ln.NH 4 3Jpm 7 45am Lv Louisvtt &47pm S.lUara Ar Snelbrll 6 ji 0. 7am ArVersllea 710pml U.iOam Ar Midway TiOptnl lllSpmiAr Georztn WESTBODXD No. 10 m ip Ar 'U i-Ar 9.am (L45pm Ar 8.05am llapm Ar 7 4lum 3.38pm Lv 71"iam 300pm WES BO CMC No ca 8.15pm .BIS Bovsn H.O)am 73flpm So. 1 tNo &! STATIONS. ItNo fl 'tNo. 2. 7.4iam 4.21pm .v LjuUvii Ar 1j5o ni 8 15pm lOSI.m CaTpm Lt Verslle Ar 75am 5.30pm II.Mum 8.30pm AtBichmo'd Lr &05am 3 45pm LO.jml LAr Irvine Lv LSOpm . 1TAT1 ins. Nq I I Na 3. Xt. L3Jigiiile.... 745am 7.3pm ArNlchlTlllAr 14'ip-- n Ar savannah Ar. Jacksonville .. At. Uoattinoova... At Atlanta Ar. Maron ........ At JackNonTille Lv (Jh tuinoo a.... JlT. Hlrmlncbam Ar. !er.di m .. ................ Ar. New Orleans ..... ....... Ar Amevlllc. ....... ........... Ar. Knoxvilie.... Ar- - LolLton ........... 1050am 1010pm &.uupm l.j9am 7 1.1 iua Spm 8 I 'him 7 wpm 5.00 im 8.15am 9 liiran EOipm 11.59pm 500am ............ 6.00 im U.:0tm II 10pm 8 10am C.U5am llgJam - No. 1 carrle Free Chilr car Louisville to Xxlncton th-r- e e .antctlni with solid Veitl-bc- le train carrying Pnilmaa Sleeps Car yla unattiaooga to Blrmlncbam aad New Orleans. No, 3 carries PjUm&a Sloepsr Liulsrilla to' Chattanooga, and Atlanta, also Lexington to JaeksonTtlle tU Hot SprinjfS, AaieTllle, and vuoipKruaenisieepsr iexington to New Or- -, nana, tDaily Except Sunday. "A. WKIDOH.P. &T. A.. S. T. Swirr. P. &T.A.. Louiartlle. K-rr H O BKi.j. Gea. Supt , X M. CXJLP, T. IL If. Waahlnjrtoa. D. Wahlntoa. IX C. .Tr.A.TB.G P.A.. VITH TATU)K.A.a.P.A-- I WiHUsjtofl, Dl C Kj. ii5im 14.3iiaci t.45pm B55pm iti.m.. i a Kichmond; Mis. Waldon, Owenton, Mrs. A. G. Browning, Maysville, Mr. IN THEIR RIGHT MIND and Miss Tisdoll, and Mrs. Hamilton, says: Dan Curry, recently adjudged insane, Covington. Louisville Dispatch. Mrs. Williamson, one of the heirs was brought to the asylum here thib A gentlemen who heard the late Mr. from Richmond, at the meeting in Hi ml man speak at Lebanon during the morning by the Jailer of Whitley conn the Phoenix stated that there was in campaign says Hindnian told the people ty. He was accompanied by hio father Her family a casket of silverware Matt Curry, aud brother, Louis, of that they were i w "dollied and in Curry's wile accompanied that bore the monogram of Lord their right mind," and not wild as they from Williamsburg s far as Car-bi- Walden, which had descended to l.er were a year ago That they were pre- them lather. wheieshe and her child now pared this year to listen to reason and to While Mrs. Taylor was reciting the with her father. form it deliberate s'nd intelligent opinCurry knows everbody during his above facts Rev. Jes&e Walden, ol ion on the qucsti n at issue. The re Lancaster, called. He is one of the sult of the election shows that Mr. Hind-ma- n lucid periods, but has frequent delusions heirs who arrived too late to be preswhen he is always trying to protect was right, 'lhey were in their ent at the meeting during the mornllPVM A5tV.T( AK 4KN A right minus beyond a doubt. That was himself from an imaginary attack. Ihe ing. He brought with him papers the only time Mr. Hiinlman was right Jailer found a razor on him while en route, ami when asked about it Cuiry which established his Kinship to Lord during the whole cinvass, and since Walden. Uhey had been prepared by his party has been i llicially declared to said ho had made up his mind to kill some of the crowd belore leaching Lex- Bishop Walden, of Cincinnati. Folbe dead bv the l, he will lowing is an extract: '"Learned from The Leading Specialists of America pjrnaps oe pamoiicu Jor telling so ington. The killing of John Corley, a Louis- Rev, Win. Walden, of Chillicothe, 20 YEARS IN OHIO. inueh plain truth in a speech ville drumuier, by Curry aud Curry's Mo., that t..e lamily descended from 250,000 Cored. is subsequent insanity are familiar to the the Duke o. .allingford, Wales, who There no music like public was drivel, o England during the iYECURESTRICTURE the melody of persecutioi. of the Baptists; that tlnee health. When Thousand ot young anil Reverue Circles Aroused Over This De- - urothers came to America and settled every men are troubled with this disease many is in perfect unconsciously, 'lhcy may hi c a fmart- cision. respectively, in New York, Virginia inr- - Fpntntinti cmnll ttriclinc c(,Mm tune, and the snarp cumre pairs at limes, night ami North Carolina; that Win. WalK5 pure, rich, red charge, difficulty in comuirncirg, weak blood dances Intiewofthe fact that 91 gaugcrs den emigrated trom Culpepper organs, emission, an I all the fymptomf tj through the api of nervous debility they liavo tJl'ltlC- rteries to the and btorokeeprs have been discharged eo anty, Va , to either Rryan Station lUKr. Don tltutKloriicxpcrunrnton quick - step of by Collector Verkes ''for the good of or Crab Orchard, Ky." you, by c itting. stretching, or tearing 1.1a will nn. health, life 13 .in t mhkh ..::!! Belore the ink got dry on the above A1K1HUD TB.KAT- truly worth liv- the nervice," hut more prupoily for a rn turn. Our MEXT atrorbt the stricture tissue: ing. Rut the hu- the benefit of the Republicans, the spicy item the whole thing was knockJ henco lemoves t lie stricture permanent ly. man body is the subjoiuett telegiams will be of inter- ed into a cocked Lai by this luiiutioii-a- l wj il can never rcicni. ropain,noN.IIei-.4- j most delicate ing, uo detention Lufincs by our ( and intricate of est. 'Ihe first is fiom laikersturg, telegtam fro in Lexington two ilio s 3 metl.oJ ThoscxnclfirssnsnrrrtrcnEth-f.S. all instruments. W. Va., November 8, in the New later: Th ne'es ae itn irortrd. and tne bli4 or manhood returns. an w Just one little Lexingioti, Ky ,Nov. 11. Mrs. L. F. string out of York Sun: 7" tune, will make -- Judge Jackson of (he United Taylor, claiming ti be a Washington rr.fior.1 He 1 '1 Thousands of vourc and S.".'1 H. S-- f. States Court rendered his decision to- lawyer looking up heirs to Lrd l ignr and men arc haiiLg tj.ir Cs i mav annarentlv day in the three injuncion cases ot viut4Hy continually sapped by this dis estate in England, has been ease, j hey a o fiuiucnuy unconxions uc in me uoi ui uiui in every way, save Wiilinm ' Butler and H. O. Bury, here two weeks, the has induced "f thecia.eot these Fymptrms. (jcneral that there is a slight disorder of the digesWeakness, bnmtural Difcharccs. Fail tion. The sufferer hardly notices it, and United States storekeepeis. and .1. G. ing Manhood. 1 en onniess. Toor Memabout thirty prominent citizens to be- does not think it worth troubling-boutIt ory. Irritabilityr.t timet Smarting Sen is just one little string out of order, but it Buckmaii, ganger at the H aim is dis ljeve they are heirs to the Walden es- sation, nunkm J. res. with dark circles. soon puts every organ in the body into a tillery, against A. B White, Collector j Weak Eack. Uciscral lienression. Lack ute, and at noon while the jangling discord. The blood no longer reof Ambition, Varicocele. Shrunken of Internal Revenue for est Virginia. meeting was in progress the chief of Parts, etc ULEEf on I STRICTUHE ceives the proper supply of elemaybetocau-c- . Doi.'t consult family ments with which to build up new and The capes were lieaid upon demur- Police received a letter from" diaries doctors, as they have no experience in healthy tissue. Instead it receives the poithese rpocial diseases don't allow sons thrown offby improperly digested food rers and answers of the defendants. li. Smith, of tho Evans' Hotel. WashQuacks t' experiment on yon. Consult and the effete material with which the in- Judge Jackson perpetuates the in- ington, D. 0., which says she is n Siieeiaiists, who hm a made n life study of testines axe clogged. Diseases of the blood DieacofMea and Women. OnrNEW in Washington as a hotel bent, and skin or wasting diseases like consump- junction against the removal by the METHOD TKilAiMIKNT. will posi tively euro yon. Ono thousand dollars tion are the result. Collector of the three officials on tho aud that she has has been sent out of for a care wc accept lor treatment and The best of all known medicines is Dr. canuo care. Terms taodcrato f or n. core. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It grounds that 4he act known as the the District of Columbia on passes isperfect tune. It CURES GUARANTFFD U3 keeps everydisorders ofin the digestion. It Civil (Service act not constitutional furnished by the police depatment. corrects all delegated to When the letter was shown to Mrs. That ongress lias invigorates the liver. It makes the appetite Xfe treat and cure-- KMISSION'S, hearty and keen and assimilation perfect. the President and Commission legis- Taylor she bitterly denied its stateVAUrODCELE, fiYPHTLTS. (5rii:KT. STRICTURE. TMPOTKNCV. SFCRET It fills the blood with the that lative powers; that the Internal Rev ments. JiKAINK I'KHA TL'RAL DISniARO 4 build new and heall.iy tissues, firm musES. KinXE'nnd ULADnRRDi-wbeen placed under; cles, and strong, vibra. tnerveiibers. Acting enue service OraLljlAllo.M MILK. llMlvS d the Civil Service act; that tho plaii Let the women vote. So long as FREE If unable in call, write for S through the blood it tsars down inert, s tissues and them to be carried nnuCTin.' diimv ,. tirMr? ' off and excreted. It acts upon every organ tiffs are ofllcers of the Government in she can't vote, she wants to vole, TREATMENT. of the body driving oat impurities and the Internal Revenue service that hence if allowed to vote the conxvtm. It is t' e great every kind of they cannot be removed except for tention- will be over and she will reend It cures KEftWEDYS KERGAN humor from the common simple blotch or other than political causes; that the turn to her "sphor" when she Amis eruption to scrofula. It cures eczema, salfr attempt to change W. FOURTH STREET, 122 their rank and out she don't; caro for suffrage as rheum, and all skin riflertinna 7f nrf. rit CINCINNATI, O. percent of all cases of consumption. Thouf 1 place is in violation of the Civil Ser- much a She thought she would on"erful meritIf vice act, and that a court of equity Tlie Lexington Herald givea somo WWLVWn 1 "MA auglS-l9.,(fSt&. .ha jurisdiction, to. roetraii he ap- -, figures and, presumably, k, ri?Tc$' Pellets cure Constipation. Har-rodsbur- g. n, le-si- young man twenty-thre- e years old, living near Guionsville, and known as "Hun" Conway, for years has possessed a wonderful power over snakes, birds and lisli. At his command snakes will crawl from their holes and coil about him, birds will fly to his feet, and fish will float to the surface and yield themselves to his touch. Conwav can oiler no explanation for his btrange influence over the lower forms of animal life. Recently the Hon. H. D. McMullea and the Roard of County Commissioners had business in the vicinity of Guionsville, aud a call was made upon Conway, with a request that lie demonstrate his peculiar gilts. Thereupon Conway accompanied them to the banks of Laughery Creek, wheie he uttered a cry, whereupon several sLi LEE OF VIRGINIA. bnakes emerged from ti.eir ll Maga holes and crawled toward him, Culling Mcsr.. Editors: The themselves auout his arms and l.ick. ztiK i.- publishiuL' a series of articles called "lAiti of Virginia." Tney are writ- After being touched by his hand mey ten ovei thebignature of Henry Terrell. seemed to fall into a kind of stupor, 1 inclose a blip cut from Hie October no resistance whatever. number: HOW TO GET A FARM. "As Lee's army marched through the town of Chambersburg a patriotic young Tlrere is a great deal of truth in the Northern girl was been waving a Federal flag from a window overlooking the nar- following by the noted writer and adrow highway along which the columns viser, ''Bob Rurdette:" '.My homeless fiiend with the chropassed The men .f the South were tai ing this demonstration much amiss, matic nobe, w Inle you aie Mining up the calling nke in the griuiioii!' w hen Gen- sugar in a ten cent glass of gin, let me eral Are rode up. Comprehending the give ou a fact to wasu down with it. situation at a glance, tie smiled, and You may say thai you hae longed lor raising his hat saluted Hie biare aii.i yeaib tut the lice, independent lite of a bttipes, under which he had seiv.il thirty-- lariner, but you have never been able to two j ears. 'All honor to the old get money enough to buj a farm. But fla!' he exclaimed. Theic was a mo- this is where you ate mistaken. For ment's pause, and some one told the years you have been drinking a good young lady who had addressed hei. improved farm at the rate of one bun tlei arm tell motionless, and the flag lay dreil bquare feet at a gulp. If on doubt limp across tlie window-sil- l. Again this statement liguie out for yourself. General Lee spoke reassuringly, baying, An acre of laud contains 43500 square 'Let it wave, daughter, wae it o:d No lcet. Ebiiuiating, for convenience, that it biings the laud to just one mil per ono .'hall distui b you.' Bui the demonstration was not recommenced; heart squat e foot. Now pour down the fiery and will had been conquered by the i;a dose, aud imagine you are swallowing a tive nobleness tint war could not strawbeiry patch. Call in our friends change nor the au hority of command and have them help you gulp down the garden of 500 square feet. Get on a prorender rude." I should like to be permitted to ask longed spree some day aud tee how whether anybody on this bide of the long it will take you to swallow pasture ocean has ever hiard of the incident land to feed a cow. Put down the glass related by the author and whethor it of gin ; there is dirt in it 300 square feet of good, licli dirt, worth $43.50. can be vouched for. Wm. Muxronn. DAN CURRY IN EASTERN ASYLUM. Millersville Postoffice. Anne Arundel county, Md., November 11. A special from Lexington of Nov. IS, Pall-Ma-. oll-en1 prettier present? M m m x Dress And many New Trimmings, DIAMONDS, WATCHES and CL0CKS Goods Pleatd ChiiTons, &i i (Hll w orKmg ft rams A m At all prices m !$4 ; M: m E. novl7-Gw 11 PALMER Velvets, Braids, &c. KfSi K&A STRAY HOG! A llfiht red and spotted sow, weight about pounds is in my possession, having been taken up by me about two weeks ago. Owner can same by calling and paying all charges. 200 novi7-tw m fclV 5 John hisle. GIBSON, 111 HITE & Low Price Makers. Leaders in Ladies' Furnishings. i(M:2n 11 VJ " &ITC? y Cs peo- P Look at these Prices: ple of Madison The Greatest Bargains ever ottered to the fT &6 count. m & 5 Fortune For The Waldens. This Section. They Are In !PJ lffi There are several persons bearing the name of wnlden in Madison and B y!c counties who will be interested in tb.is dispatch from Lexington, Nov.9: "The search of Mrs L. F. Taylor, a Virginia nomnn, through this section cents yard. M flood Brown Cotton Calicoes afrom 3 to Duck Suitings cents yard up. A 3 m Ladies' ShoesLine cents. of Beautiful SO Men's Suits for $2.50 worth $8.00 Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00 $ Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. y Men's Shoes SO cents. cents. IW1IIMWMII WMIMI IWII HI I H IM IIP s- - k missing heirs of the English estate of the Waldens, valued at $K),000,000, has created considerable interest for AULUU1U Mi a a A : hmwb rf fl ; sk. tm r t y- -v -- s hero. 1 Taylor came here last week representing the T. C. Oder law firm of Washington, on the presumption that several of the missing heirs lived in Fayette county, fche has employed a lawyer to help her in the search, and has arranged to have a meeting of all interebttd persons at the I'hoe-ni- x Hotel next 'Ih'ursday. Some of the heirs are supposed to live in Mercer county. The estate originally belonged to Lord George Walden, of Lancashire, Eugland. At a meeting at Lexington of the Walden descendants last week, Mrs. Taylor said that she had found a great many heirs in Kentucky aud that daily new ones "were asserting their claims. Those bhe lias seen up to the present time are Miss Sarah Munday, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Belle Bryant, Mrs. Rufus Rryant, Mrs. Claude uliiun, Mrs. Mary Collins, Mr. Nat Berry, Mrs. Ellen Rerry, Mr. Wilson Rerry, Mrs. Chancellor, all of Lexington, and Mrs. Aury Williams, of Mrs. " ft l - -- A fl H I P rBBl I L J r. BS" HB !IIlf.V-A-HjriKlil BB8P lVyiwyi3'A!!A!vi B N V R n R I 1 Jtf ?K'-- - r V if gi i ixr;r;:y,it,r.;i : "! II " m m bCi 9 a. ; is rii Bargains Now! Up ToTn. Klein & Ladies' Sailors from 5 cents to ;?1. Brussel Carpets from 50 cents to $1 a 3ard. $&J Straw Mattings from 12 cents to 20 cts per yd. m . . E. Nk C3?3 vVva'i Lr U I ! r Bargains Forever! THE NEW YORK STORE M Son's Old Stand. Richmond. Ky. iT1w rC- '- It is now time to discard that old pair of iV ,' ySgSAr B You are probably trying to make up your mind where to buj your next pair. jjgSHLet us help you in this by asking you to call on us and examine the moist complete line of FALL and WINTER SHOES ever before shown in Richmond. Summer Shoe0 Preernan ros TTrnci'T' RTT?TTr"T' 2 H ' L'i ft & ' II 4a II LsS isSrtifl-- ' TO CURE A COLD IS ONE DAY. , m ADVANCE. I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All Ornggists refund the money if it fails to Cnre. 25c. For sale by W. G. White, Druggist. Richoct6-Gmond. Ky. Fine Chickens For Sale. Forty 140) Headache and "Xeumtgia cured by Dr. far sale, if taken now GOcts eat h MES M. F ARBUlKLE MILES' PAIN PILLS. "Ono cents dose." Kv oct2"l-2m Barred Plymouth Rock rnktrt Sivertretk LAND FOR SALE ; f ri Phone, No. 21. 'TsZ gM"Jg V which illustrate says : our position. It MM. midulo-agcd yi "For the last two years women frage in local matters has been trii In Ohio, and in the State Legislator this winter will be asked to abrogate the law. The women who made a hard fifdit for suffrage and won in 1893, no longer go to the polls, and the whole subject has practically gone by default. 'In Cleveland, for instance, in tho spring of 1893, 5,831 women rejiisteied and 4,945 voted. In the spring of 18DG 2,728 women registered and 1,632 voted. In the spring of 1897 40S registered aud 228 voted. At theTegis-tratio- n just closed only 82 women -- 123.SSB?83!SS s ViATA. I j'.ECONOMIST RANGES ki3KC!CTX arres of land for de. This' land lies in the Foxtown precinet, direct on a -- iiunty road, well wa'erl and fenced, new modern holism; t;ry pro-- 1 dnctive. an be l.ouidit rbeap." Alaoj my home place of 70 acris di.ect on the) roxxown auu liooniimro Ke sept22-- 4 J. V. GJ IMIISOX. I have 45 CJinnjijTruifijTjTnjTJuinjTiTririniTrinJTXJ H . . 2 p I ! 5 I L 1 I I . l ine desiriour GROCERIES, .. FRESHEST All drussLits sell Dr. Mlled' Pfua s I nili I CANDIES, FRUITS and CAN GOODS I V2?S JSS! jLH it' ImL rRHZ: ;:o.co VZ COLS. Cicycl,CcId Watch, Diamond Km?, or a bcnularchip in Draughon's Practical Business College. NashMlle, Tenn..or Texarkana, Tex., or a schol arship in laost any otner rcputaDie business colscnool in the U. S. can be secured lege or literary oydoingal.ttlewor!: at home for the Youths Advocate, aa illustrated joumat Itiselcv:itir.gin character, moral in tcne, and ssr"ciHy iateresting and profitable to young people, but read with interest and profit by people of all ajes. Stories and other interesting .natter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. ents want ed. Address Youths' Advocate Pub. Co., Nash vile, Tenn. I Mention thispapcr.J Youn P3 At the lowest Price. semi-month- u mitli sept23-3m thru urnrtrtruijTnruxrutruinriiuiJuuv'Ti All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Ncrvo Plasters. Courier-Journa- life-strin- g li:f m w Kffl -- WCUREGLETL3 miJdle-aced A 'K j sext-a- al-tie- . have registered. must not be 'It in order to forgotten, hovevor, record the votes of that women, who may these eighty-tw- o or may not vote on election day, a be kept at separate set of books-mus- t each polling place and separate bal- Roofing, Guttering lots must be provided. 1 his meant, and General Even an extra expense of $15,000. Job Work. utlra the most radical woman giats admit that tlie game is not worth the caudle, and it is thought n that there will bono bilious uj S CD. to the repeal ol the O.do law. Tho explanation of this failure of wouiau sulirage nuy safely be lef. to those who laboreu so long aim o hard to introduce it into the Buckeye Suite. The facts, however, B. R. P.. lor B. N. ! themselves. 'J.ie Wnio women who tnought thoy vantod to vote ifo not Time Table No. 29 Taking Effect Sunday, May 2, 1890. vote no.v that they have secured the - 1st Class, legal right to do so. The oxperimo.it 2d Class. is cobtiy, and if it be a fauure the EAST EOITMD. No. 1 Wo 3 l No. o . Ex Sun Ex Sun Sx Sun'. sooner it is ended tho better " p..s.-tio- angl8-l- y Whut stops Xeuralgia7 Dr. Miles Pain rills. Frs.skfofi Having Opened a Cistkiti bh:":, In Effect March 1, oM Secondhand Co.. 189. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. a an. 6 30 5 45 6 51 e nirniiiire ' Lve Frankfort WM SMI & Establishment 'M AT 216 EAST MAIN. " Euzaboth of second-han- d furniture, such " Paris WEST as clocks, bedsteads, mattressLre Paris es, bureaus, Arr Elizabeth centnriue couches, in fact anything you! :. Newtown Z'... side-boards. I am prepared to take all kinds .? n,nffn;;,l cast """ furniture or vaio.juoc yjL , Arr Elkhom ' Switier. " Stamnine Ground. " DuTalls i " Georgetown. ' Lve fJpnTgptrnra. , Arr Newtown. Centrevillew.. p.m. 308 332 3 20 702 . 3 IS 7 OX 8 12 . . 720 800 35S 4 4 4 4 4 5 15 30 52 53 10 822 823 8 40 il BOUND. f- to-d- av g DO YOU PLAY CARDS? Versailles Nichola3ville Vallcj- - View Million . Richmond- - .- . 8 55 10 12 10 55 11 20 11 43 12 1 GO A. 31. riage top, trimming, renew mattresses. All work- - to order SATISFACTION GUARANTEED of oft' old clothing,, second-han- d stoves I also do upholstering, car- 11I1U ill lillt; fi ;: 9 20 . 9 32 a.m. 938 p.m. 530 6 C I ueorgeiown. Arr Puvalls " Stamping .Ground. .. " ' ' " '"' " Switier Elkhom " Frcnkfort Lve Georgetown.. 9 48 .. 10 00 . 5 42 5 48 5 S f. 10 40 11 11 lev 19 ,1 0 "0 S 48 25 11 35 11 55 659 711 :;o C. D. BEKOAW, GenT Pass. Agent GEO. B. HABPEB, Gen'l Snpt. Frankfort, Kentucky- - well-kow- Ihe Chespeak and Ohio liy. has just issued a very handsom playing rard to advertise its famous F. F. V. trains. These cards are of tho finest make and quality. ly special arrangement with the manufacturers, a small charge ot fifteen cents per deck or two devks f.r twenty-fiv- e cents ia made. Tjpon receipt of either of above amounts in money or postage stamp, plus four cents per deck ;for postage, the undersigned will forward as many decks as desired toyoura'ddrefes. Take advantage of this opportunity to lay in yonr winter supply of fine cards . at a small cost. Geo W..Bariiey. DVrAs. C 0.Vy.-LsiB!toa, Union.. lloberley... Brassflefd. ?anola 1'xvine .w... . WBST BOtniD. P. 31. 2C0 2 IS 03 320 I respefitf ully solicit a share of your'pfitronage. .11 septs-l- y kmh ad in l.ki. 6 53 7 30 3 CO 4 50 life-strin- g - T?5T2 XoTi No. 8 No. 10 Ex San' Ex San! ExSnniExSnn VlM. BROCKMAN. Tims of Trains at Winchester. Ky. vital-elemen- - hs half-dea- Irvine lunola .. E'jas33eld.. Jtobsrley . liiiign HIchmond- A.M. . A. M Protect roar Idain: Iher may brtajr yon weahh. & CO- - Patent Attor wi oaramdre-- i tuveBUoas wanted. WantBd4An Idea Who can thhUc Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Acccnu of somo stoipia New York Limited F.F.V lit. Sterling aad Lexington WEST BOUND, Accora em am pm pm cait-te- diseas- e-germs. blood-mak- NilUon Valley View Nlcholaayille... - iBiSttftSfaai&ftr. A.M. 1 " - flesh-bailde- r. Vwsallles, P.M. I -- a- -l y SldnTS - tr.U iftll tralaa connect with Xouteville Soatheru r. M. A. ill j STRlVEO! uetoee mt. lb c aooBt. p-nia; Apale-reade-horn- ed to and trew Lostsville. , Xr '4St S, ADAM8, SniMrfadkJMkMl,' ST?; hn. .ea-tt- . t cow, white CrthrtnsrEadany. Bind feet, telTar8leepteg6ad dteisg car serrice to ly and. facer s .up SatUrdar. taken For Information, rates or ileerreMrTstloBS i p X T.bcl salved "a luAi K. HOOD. A gnt LJtN Jty a iwVis Maw bjr paytsr alt cail on er wrft E taw or 088W.BAitXKY. . VCkiePoHce. . V Awsawa- - n.v. fl " . u ?. ormn-le- y EAST BOUND. Lexington and Meresead Accora 9 15 New York Limited F.F. V. It 58 am Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom. . S 30 pm 9 23 pm wahBfftea Kxpress Accommodation trains rsa dally exccBt SSn-da- :n y- rl r.a.u.su, - Zu