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MANY LANDS Have Been Visited By "Globe Eiterlain Members Of RICHMOND, VETERANS Of IN GRAY MADISON COUNTY, 1 KENTUCKY, - WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER V T 1, L897. mJfr Site 1 NUMBER 26. : : P"Royal makes the food pare, Daughters wholesome and delicious. MAKE WAY FOR LIBERTY. m m m The United Louisville Post. 2a iS The Confederacy. The Philadelphia Record most truly Trotter" Plielps. Started on his long jourtfey in a paper suit and arrived at the Climax office on last Thursday after escaping with his life from "Winchester: The histoi y of Mr. Phelps's trip is an interesting one, and is thus briefly summarized by the Portsmouth, Ohio, Daily Times: He made a wager with a certain New York club, that ho would start without ablitch of clothing and make his way mound the world in three years. The stakes were $0,000. During the trip he was to accumulate $3,000 and the conditions of the wager were that he must neither steal, borrow nor beg, and not accept any money without giving something in return for it. He was to ride a wheel 12,000 miles in each hemisphere, with the privilege of traveling on the cars or boats, as the case would require. was his first tafek. The first job offered was the blacking of a pair of boots for a member of the club, for which he received SI. He then auctioned off one of three pennies he held in his hand when he started, and it sold for $1, waited table in a restaurant for his dinner and received SI extia. Ho also waited table during the meal hour, 1:1 one of the big hotels, for which he Money-making no one remedy can contain tho elements necessary to euro all diseases. Is a fact well known to everyone. Dr. Miles' Svtcm of Restorative Remedies consists of seven distinctively different preparations, each for Its own purpose. Mrs. L. C. Bramley, 37 Ilenry St., St. Catherines, Ontario, writes: "For years I suffered from extreme nervousness and annoying constipation, devcloptnginto palpitation and weakness of the heart. I was unable to 6leep, suffered much from headache, pain in my left side, palpitation and a constant feeling of weakness and prostration. I began using Dr. Miles' Nervine, Heart Cure and Nerve and Liver Pills and the Anti-Pai- n Pills to relieve sudden paroxysms of pain and headache. I soon felt much Improved and the pains and aches and weariness left me. I then took Dr. Miles' Restorative Tonic and am now restorea to my former good health." Dr Miles' Remedies are sold by all druggists under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or money Book on diseases of the heart and nerves free. Address, Pemedie5 Elkhart. Ind. DU. MILES MEDICAL CO.. m He leit New York for Liverpool, England, working- his way on the steamer, MISS MILIUM) GOLDEN. as a waitei. In the agreement he was to visit certain cities in England, which he did, and crossed Dover Strait for Ca'ais, STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER. from which point he started on his wheel for Paris, covering the distance of Kentucky 225 miles in 17 hours, stopping one hour Richmond, fjKF" Ojjict ad'joining A .R Burnarn't. on the way. In Paris he w orked in the Bon Marche, tho great department 6tore He visited a number of the chief ATroasrzrs. cities of France, going from tiiere to W. MILLER. Spain, thence through Ita.lv, Greece, Turkey, Austria, Hungary, Switzerland, Attoeney-at-LaGermany, Belgium, Russia, Afaganistan, Kentucky. RicHMoro, Pereia, Asia Minor, Egypt. Zanzabar Office in the JSurnam Building, next door to and thence to Bombay, India, Ceylon, feb3-lFarmer's National Bank. Columbo, Siam, China, Corea, Japan, Australia, Honolulu and back to San C F. BUKVAM. - PROFESSIONAL CARDS. received $5. y W. S. MOBECLEY. DURNAM MOBERLEY. Attorveys-at-Law- . recently RICHMOND, - - - KENTUCKY. occu0 Office in Barnaul Building, pied by A. K, Burnam. I J. sxt: jIVlIn. Attokxey-at-La- KENTUCKY. RICIIMOXn. (Mire over Taylor's Hardware store, opposite Court House, on Main Street. II. B. HO'JG. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. Ri iimond, Office No. 13 First St.. up stairs. 31 30 GRANT CULLY, A TTORNEY-A Richmond, - T LA W, Kentucky. - Office S. V. corner Main and Second streets tin 6tairs Will practice in all the courts of Madison and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. J. C. & D. M. OH EX AD LT, A TTORNEYS A T LA W, Kentucky. Richmond, Office on Second street, over Chen- - ault's grocery. PZY3I0IAH5. Francisco and to Columbus. Ohio. He has jet to visit Havauva, Cuba, nine specified cities in South America, the City of Mexico, Guatemala and other points in Central America, having yet eight months in which to complete his trip. There is still 4,000 miles to to be covered on bib vxheel in the United States, ouUitle of that he ran choobe his own method of travel. His average on the wheel in this country has been about 75 miles a day, but in Europe he made an average of 125 miles. He has had all kinds of experiences. One of the queerest lots ho come upon were inonkb of Nagpoore, India, who, like Honey Pyles. never bhavo, wash or cut their hair. He, traveled boine distance on the great wall of China, and saw the Rhine, the Danube, the Euphrates, the Ganges, the Nile and the HwilugHu riers, and rode on the electric railwav6 at Jerusalem. Hong Kong and Chillicothe. Mr. Phelps is a gentleman of pleasant address, and if he has not in reality visited all the lands he claims to have been, he at least knows enough about them to talk very entertainingly. His native place is Cleveland, Ohio. He is to accumulate S3,000 on his trip, and has already salted down S2 0C0. Just what benefit is conferred on the world by such pilgrimages has never been accurately figured out, but the pilgrim in the case seems to be deriving pleasure and profit from the trip. He sells perfumes, photographs and books of travel. $100.00 IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY. The fourth annual convention of the United Daughters of the Confederacy was continued last week at lioltiinore at Lehman's Hall and a reception was tendered the delegatas at tlio Maryland Line Soldiers' Home, Pikesville. Sam Davis, The Heko One of the most interesting features of the reception was the reading byMits Mildred Rutherford, of Athens, Ga, of a poem just written by Ella Wheeler Wilcox for Mr. A. S. Cunningham, editor of the Veteran, published at Nashville. Miss Rutherford is well known as an authoress." She has a rich, sympathetic voice, and her reading of the poem created the greatest amount of enthusiasm. She was introduced by Gen. Bradley T. Johnson. The poem tells the story of Sam Davis, the Confederate scout who was captured in Tennessee and hanged at Pulaski, in that State, as a Bpy. Gen. G. M.' Dodge, of New York, under whoso orders he was hanged, has recently written a tribute to him and contributed to a monument which is to be erected in his honor. The movement to erect the monument was inaugurated by Mr. Cunningham and already more than $2,000 has been subscribed. "When captured Sam Davis had in his possession very important statistics about the federal commands in Tennessee, with maps of the various fortifications. General Dodge, believing that the information had been furnished by some traitor in his army, determined upon extreme measures to learn who this was. lie commended young Davis for his fidelity to his cause, but told of his peril in the event of a courtmar-tial- . Davis replied that he had given his word that he would never betray the source of his information and that he valued his honor above his life. He was sentenced to be hanged, but every inducement was offered him to 6ae his life by telling where he got the plans and btatistics. Eveir at the scaffold a messenger was 6ent to him with an offer of reprieve. When the messenger put his hand on Davis' shoulder and the pardon, Davis iiesitatcd a moment, then said: "No, if I had a thousand lives I would sacrifice them all rather then falsify my word and betray my informer." Mlh. WlIEELlUl'b POEM. Mrs. Wheeler sent the poem to Mr. Cunningham a few days ago with a note, in which she said: "I have never worked harder to produce what I desired. I began fully twenty poems before I wrote this one." The poem, which has never before been publisihed, is as fol lows: POWDER Absolutely Puro ROYAL BAKIN1 POWDER says: ' Give a clearpath to the sea, a chance to get the ships, and a chance to use the ships for carrying goods into as well as out of the barber, and not only would i5w commerce flourish, but she would train o up her sons in her own way far better 9 than it could be done by the doctrinaires." But Legislation in America proceeds on entirely different lines. We pais an act to "check imports," then we appoint a commission to promote international commerce and to enlarge imports. We make laws to increase the cost of ships, and then pats laws subsidizing steamship lines. To reduce the surplus in 1890, we increased the tariff on imports, and in 1897, in order to make good a deficit we stil! further increase the tax on im- Jr ff '3SSaiS' OTHINGIX i OLD PRICES. ofhing, Ouercoats, Underwear m jtr-as- X: : 2fl 0999 i;r :rsr7SW 19999 SI fi Vl We have just received the largest line of CO., NEW YORK. a oet oo9 WALTER FORRESTER'S LETTER. 9 9 0 IN EICHMOND5 which woolens O DR. JOHN Richmond. M. FOSTER, - Kentucky Telephone at office and residence. DR. II. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond. Office in the Joe Cc.lint building, iS and so Sec37- ond Street, oer Wniie ..old dructore. The Youth's Advocate, Nashville, Term., a sixteen page illustrated journal a paper that is read with interest and profit by people of all ages offers one hundred dollars in gold to the person who will form the greatest number of words from the name "dkaughon." It also offers free, a bicycle, gold watch, or scholorship in Draughon's Practical Business College. Nashville, Teun., Galveston or Texarkana, Texas, or in some other school. Every person who enters the contest will cct n premium ot some kind. Send at once for free sample copy of the paper which will explain all, Contest closes April 20, 1S9S. CHAS. HOOKER, TETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. Office up uirs oyer New York Store, corner Main and First streets. Richmond6- Medicine and Surgery. Office Collins Building, MaiuStreet. Telephone at resilience (the Cnrr place) on Broadway. R. C. JASPJZR, M. D - - Richmond, Kentucky. DR. O. A. KENNEDY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond, stairs. Office hours Office in Smith Building, No. u to i and SloiMch Trouble Stomach trouble 13 the common name applied to a derangement of the system which is keenly felt but vaguely understood. It may mean inability to retain food or to digest it. It may mean nausea, pain after eating, fullness, inordinate craving for food, or entire lack of appetite. Whatever it means, there's trouble, and it's with the stomach. If you have stomach trouble, you will be interested in this letter from a had it and was cured by man-who t to j o clock. 4 Main Street, tip G. W. EVANS, M. D., Physician axd Surgeon, Richmond. - - - - Kentucky. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine Richmond, ana" Surgery, Kentucky Offlro unit reslilpnce on Tlilnl Street. DSOTAL STJUGEEY. Acer's Sarsapapllla "For nine years I Buffered from stomach trouble. I tried the aid of the best doctors cf Philadelphia and Pittsburg, and spent large sums of money, all in vain. One day while waiting a train in Bellaire, 0, I picked op a paper with a notice of Ayer'a SarsaparUla. JL got one bottle to try it. It did me so much good that I purchased five more bottles. I took four of them and gained in flesh, my appetite improved, and now I can eat anything. My stomach is all right, thanks to the use of Ayer's Sarsapa-rilla-." Uniontown, Pa. Calvin DR. A- - WILKES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky Richmond, buildme. Main Street. Office to 4.1 M. koun, oax to ii M. ; i:oodentutry. limited to Orrica-Sm- lth J C. Moboax. J. A. Yates. MORGAN & YATES, Kentucky. Sank. Office Main StreetOTer Madison National 00 Frankfort, Ky., Nov, 10. Mark Hanna's affection for Gov. Bradley is ports. Wo pass the' inter-stat- e commerce act 's touching and only equalled by the to check competition among railroads, regard for the Ohio boss. When Hanna last spring wired the Kentucky and in it forbid "pooling," which is a Guaranteed at from $10.00 up. Governor a rather imperative message voluntary agreement to check competition. about calling an extra session of the UNDERWEAR AND HATS AT PRICES We pass laws which experience at .Legislature, he got ail answer that fairly NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT once shows are injurious; then instead took his breath away and set the whole o C90 country to laughing at him ; for Gov- of repealing the bad laws we pas3 other (9 of the ernor Bradley sent him word to mind bad laws to cure the his own business. And Hanna gets fitst. As an illustration: We put a tax on mad now w henever he hears Governor imported articles and so offer a bonus Bradley's name mentioned. Not long ago Mr. W. B. Haldeman, for organizing trusts tnd establishing of Louisville, met Hanna in the East monopolies. A great outcry is raised against trusts, and they chatted a few minutes. As and instead of repealing the import duMr. Haldeman was leaving he inquiied: r. Tv r i "Senator, is there any message you ties on the articles in question, we pass riV"7ATivvtv TriVV i 1 !vt T V7lv Y?VSV V5VV5v TZ5VVA Kvwv-!:- S m a m f frViVl. T 5TA T5. tjl-ttupf5 i ItJFKrn iijFirt mmmm ritfrrii I tji-t- a I Jrtrn t tizfftztl l irjPini TTrr1 laws against trusts, which have no fGHSqnpM , .. . . . . Jt I a a a a t 1 . . T . J1 I . a a . . 1 I I. . . T I It v"fiv W 03 A 2y JL.Nl'lvJ would like to send to your friend, Gov T f jyAvy.wiiy Vy J k'rAy yEZJL: : '. t effect save to embarrass trade and check ."fcpftfc O'J b Jk.Uhh.rfkJhift. Bradley?" ' domestic competition. The little Scotchman began to s ell We loudly profess our devotion to up with wrath; he got purple in the face freedom, but pass laws continually to as he roared : "God d Bradley. !" Mr. Haldeman Fays that the unction restrict the freedom of the individual with which Hanna swore this prayer in his personal conduct and commer for the ruler of Kentucky left no doubt cial enterprises. We insist that the as to the sincerity, for once at least, of citizen is superior to the government, the very sincere Ohio politician. And which is its servant, and then we clamor Q Gov. Bradley enjoyed the story more for more government interference; o government direction and protection, o than anything that has come his way government aid and advice, govin a long time. O o There is ouly one man just now that ernment insurance of savings, of loss by fiWwni i cr. to 4 ALL .2 1 MjSiyilll Hanna hates more cordially than Gov. accidents, by fire and flood, and so gov33 jlA&&& DRUGGISTS 25 50 Bradley, and that is Senator Joseph ernment increases year by year, and n X flRlftT constipation. CascartU are llie Weal to O nDDULUitLI UUnKnnIuEU.i.BeTfr'Irrip of cripe.lmt cause easjnatnrlrMulU. Lax., Sim-- i or '"' Benson Foraker. And Foraker hates the individual withers as libertv fades. 117.1 J pie am! booklet free. id. STERLIG KEMEDV 10., Oiicaro. Montreal. Can.. orSeTT.ork. ft McKinley and Hanna. I was with Foro mr9mmm we FOR STATE LIBRARIAN. 03 K aker at the St. Nicholas Hotel in St. I Louis the night before McKinley's nom? Glasgow Times. was chairman of ination, while Foraker Mrs. Addie O. Martin, of Glasgow, is MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN the committee on resolutions. Senator a candidate for State Librarian. Mrs. 5) and Mrs. Foraker had arranged a little Martin is the widow of the late lamented dinner for that night and they had in A2TD ALL KIXDS CEMETERY WOJ2IC. Mr. J. B. Martin. Gov. Hastings, of Pensylvania, Fred For further particulars, 2)ru'e, civ., Few men ill public life in Kentucky Grant and a half dozen others. Mrs. were better known than James Brian Foraker and the guests had waited for Martin. For a quarter of a century he bonie time in hoping that the Senator was the Circuit Clerk of Barren county, mch2l-l- y Sam Davis. could join them, and he had just come aud won a reputation second to none in of the committee in a sweat literally When the Lord calls up earth's heroes we have come to offer out that position. As Assistant Clerk of To eland before his face, and figuratively, to tell them that the IWrRUsraUIs the Greatest Bargains raprMMp-flpJajthe Constitutional Convention, and as Oh, many a name unknown to fame committee might be in session all night S3 m r?Hjar?HjigrfiiiarrHi3.?ia r h of the age. Having just srSJ sfSJ twice making the ace for the Court of Shall ring from that high place! and they would have to dine without returned from the cit3' Appeals Clerkship, he gained an ac. n And out of a grave in the Southland, him. A crowd of us newspaper fellows where we purchased a HITHJ quaintance with the leaders of DemocI 111 In II 1 who were loafing about the hotel at racy, At the just God's call and beck, - . and an influence in party councils, full and complete line of :. ?ft.v.. Uicuiuausuj 4K once nailed Foraker to know when he one man rise with fearless eyes 2 ilgiliusi luai Shall that stamped him as a man true as steel, 7 ofyours. Uric acid in the ml 111 W I I And a rope about his neck. could give us an advance copy of his a gentleman above reproach and a politLf blood is what is causing all McKinley in nomination. speech putting trouble. the For men have swung from gallows tician who placed manhood and honor He declared that he hadn't thought AVhobC souls were white as snow. first, and personal preferment afterabout it, but we pressed on him that all Xot how they die nor where, but why wards, He died in the prime of life and mm is just like putting $5 bill in the newspapers of the country were of usefulness. Generous to his Is what God's records show. lriends, mm clamoring for the speech so they could the ilames EVERY LOAD of An- Bfg, And on that mighty ledger with a heait and purse open to the will purify the blood and rehave it in type. "You fellows must rtJaa. thracite 3ou use. move the acid; and with it, and with never a denial to those Is writ Sam Davis' name to make a h 1 of a world, think I'm going We have also tho exclusive the cause of your aches For honor's 6ake he would not make dependent on him, he passed to rest and pains. speech," snorted the Senator. "We all right to sell the celebrated A compromise with shame. sincerely mourned, sorrowfully regretOur illustrated boot of 36 pacet has The Wonderful Air Blast Bsaisr! assured him that it was expected to be Felix, Wolf & Co.'s Shoes, Bfg some interesting chapters on rheumated, and leaving nothing of this world's The great world lay before him, tism. It's free for the asking. the speech of the convention, as it was goods to those every pair made to order gjEG nearest and dearest so For he was in his youth, Williams. Davis, Brooks & Co., to be the naming of the next President. Detroit, men. him. It would be the very perfection and warranted. With love of life young hearts are rife, For a moment Foraker looked us over Sfg Gives greater heat than Base Burner. Throws of sentiment in politics shonld the arms But better lie loved truth. the heat on the lloor like a Base Burner. wicked light in his eye, and then with a We Are Headquarters of a man. so good and true in life, reach He fought.for his convictions, dryly remarked as he turned away: Holds the fire like a Base Burner. Sold by D. Z. & T. B. Taylor, For Belfast Linens out from the grave and protect and proAud when he stood at bay AVuco, Ky. "What do you suppose I would do if I vide for those of pa 531 hisown flesh and blood, He would not flinch or stir one inch was going to nominate a friend?" Ladies' Corsets 20c. up. who are unprotected and unprovided From honor's narrow way. When Hanna was trying to get Gov. for now. Irish and German Laces from Bushnell to appoint him Senator to They offered life and freedom lc. a yard up. Mrs. Martin is herself a lady well succed Sherman, it was understood that If he would speak the word; Give us a call and examine worthy to win on her own merits. To No Foraker was opposing the appointment. fine mental powers, In silent pride he gazed aside she adds the graces our New Stock of Goods. deI talked with Hanna about it aud be September Term, As one w ho had not heard. State of Kentucky, of a true, Christian woman and devoted Oct. 2, 1897. Madison County Court. clared with great emphasis that Foraker They argued, pleaded, threatened mother. She is the sister of Mrs. Anfool." Then I talked with It is ordered by the Madison County Court was a "d- -d It wasiut wasted breath. Ky.. cause nie Oldham Cook, who was State Li- tf it the Sheriff of Madison lajgj 7 a. to be "Let come what must, I keep my trust," Foraker and he quietly remarked that brarian from 18S0 to 1884. the niece of a pollunjil 4opened atp. o'clock,the m., and kept regular votm., at o'clock, open wanted a fight he was alif anybody He said, and laughed at death. ing places in Blue Lick, Bcrea and Duncannon I the late Hon. Wm. Wilson, of Precincts of Glade Districts No. 6, on the 4th ways ready. "In fact," continued the BITHi Nothing like it ever before made. See it one of the most famous of day of December, 1897, for tho purpose of takHe would not sell his manhood Senator, "I would always rather fight ing the sense of the legal voters of said District Green river criminal lawyers in this vho are qualified to vote at elections for coun- McKee Cor., Main and and be eonveneed. To purchase priceless hope; than compromise, for my experience has upon the proposition whether or not Sts.. Richmond, Ky. Where kings cast down a name and been the fruits of victory won on the field generation and is a lady of most at- ty officers Vinous or Malt Liquors shall be Spirituous, tractive and winningindividuality. sold, bartered or loaned therein, or whether or novl0-2Thos. Meighen, Buyer. crown in said of battle are always sweeter than the not any There is no ground upon which Mrs. by virtueprohibition law in force act district or acts any general or special of He digniaed a rope. products of barter." in operation .md Martin is not entitled to consideration shall become A Copy Attest: the cause is conAh, grave! wheie was your triumph? Co. rays! But Hanna preferred barter to battle for the ollice which she asks. That tinued. JOHN F. WHITE, Clerk. Ah, death! where was your sting? aud he did business with Foraker's she should win, The Glasgow Times beBy TH0MA3 TiionrE, D. O. He showed you how a man could bow lieutenant in Cincinnati, "Boss" Cox, lieves, and that she will win it most To doom and stay a king. Richmond, Ky. "Coxey, old boy." Foraker did not apIn pursuance of the aliore order I will on sincerely hopes. Saturday. December 4th, 1897, open a poll at prove of the deal, but his friends wanted And God, who loves the loyal each voting place in Blue Lick. Berea and Federal pie and they traded with Duncannon Precincts of dlade District, No. 6. Because they are like him, DELAYED. J novllMw J. P. S;MMONS, S. M. C. Hanna. Last election Cox and Lis doubt not yet that soul ahall set I CORRESPONDENCE. Hereafter they crowd bit the dust. Among his cherubim. Who can think some simme Wanted-f- in will take Foraker's advice and fight. O Southland! fling your laurels; tWc to patent? you KfflGS STATION. Protect yoor Ideas: they may Dring Patent Few people know whv Foraker hates And add your wreath, O North! CO.. WKDDERBOnil Estill County. explanation is Wainlngton. D. C. for their 1.S prlso ofler McKinley so. His own Let glory claim the hero's name, The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a wanted. whole or to suit purchaser, which he offer! at Farmers are about done gathering and list of two hundred lnvsntlons that when McKinley was first a candiAnd tell the world his worth. private sale; situated at A date for Governor he sent for him and corn. RIGHTLY INCONSISTENT. Our factory on Laurel Street in Richagreed but of Richmond, was in Capt. S. F. Rock asked his aid. Foraker mond is now running, and we are stipulated that McKinley should not town one day last week. prepared to fill orders for twist of the The Indianapolis News published a waon the waters of Silver Creek. It is well interfere in the Senatorial btruggle be Miss Lulie Finney, of Shelby county, lay sermon on Thanksgiving in w Inch There is no better land in Madison tered. tween Foraker and Sherman. Foraker closed her school 'at this place last Fri Forty-thre- e acres of land, 12 acres of county. of Richmond," it saj-s-: river bottom land, It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by is first-clasays that he went to Columbus with a day. which "A great many years ago another majority of the Republican members of good dwelling house and stable turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, with Dr L. II. Wilson; who has been con- thrown in. One quarter mile from prophet spoke thus: Beware that thou l"ost .v. M, 0 the Legislature pledged to him. Within fined to his bed about four weeks, is Shearer's water tank, on Otter Creek. etc., within a half mileqt'Whlte's Station Office, ten miles from Richmond. forget not the Lord, thy God, in not 24 hours, he says, he found his strength or address TERMS Sale will be made cish, For further particulars call on able to sit up a little. keeping his commandments, and his melting away as the result of Gov. Mc J. B GRIMES, For particulars, balance to suit purchaser. "Pair o! Jacks" judgments, and his statutes, which I was Ford. Kv. septl5-3m- o James Wilson, of Shelby county, address Kinley's work against him. Then he V Wilcommand thee this day; lest when thou Geo. D. White, says he went to McKinley and served a guest of his brother, Dr. L H. ttAcnEandltBTTJMATisMrolloved Brands, three grades. We can save you hast eaten and art full, and has built Dr. Miles' Nerve Plasters. money. Send us a trial order; you will notice on him that lie would get even son, several days last weok. fcb3-t- f White's Station, Ky. goodly houses and dwelt therein; and be glad with our products. .hspe-to this writing Foraker with him. Up when thy herds aud lliy flocks multiply cially pleased to hear from country merhas had to swallow a great deal, but chants. HON. C. T. CALDWELL, and thy silver aud thy gold is multiplied swallow or imny suoij, do not inMaking onr assortment and White & Ross, aud all that thou hast is multiplied;' euch fuse a spring time of halcyon harmony 49 then thine heart be Jilted up, and'thou Richmond, Kt. of Joseph Benson Foraker. of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recom- stock of GLASS the largest foiget the Xiord, thy God, which in the breast McKinley and Marcus mends Wrights Celery brought thee forth out of the land of And President know that the Senator ever carried before. Also a Aurelius Hanna Capsules. Egypt, from tiie house of bondage ; and still "owes them one." That is why The Style, Fit and Wear thou say in thine heart, My power and new line of Picture Mouldcould not be improved for and the President are so anxious Double the Price. the might of my hand bath gotten me Hanna PAnKEK3Buno, W. Va., Machine in good workO jio ings, including the small, this wealth. But thou slmlt remember to keep the January 26, 1905. Waltek Forbestkk. 7. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.(6 Shoes axe the thy God; for it is he that ing order. the Lord, AVbigiit Med. Co., cf tkHled workmen, from the best maproductions Tiie narrow mouldings now so PATS THE giveth thee power to get wealth, that terial possible to put into show sold at these prices. Columbus, Ohio. Lansing Journal, ono of the leadand $25 shoes for men, and The We make also $250 he may establish .liis covenant which $2.50, $2X0 and 5J.75 for boys, and the W. L, feentlemen:- -1 have been usinjj much in demand. he sware unto thy fathers as it is this ing advocates of the gold standard in Douglas $350 Police shoe, viay suitable lot Wright's Celery Capsules since Novem.Michigan, has announced day." the State of policemen and others having Our prices are still lower ber, JS94, ami find them to be as recomThis kind of advice is utterly incon- its disgust with the Republican adminmuch walking to do. mended. I first becan taking tbem . . . TOD PAT FOR THE . . . sistent with tho teachings of those Re- istration, cut loose from its gold standwhile at Hot Spring. .Aik , under than the lowest. our We are constantly adding tew styles to reaSciatic Eheumatisrn, Liver and for tho regulor publican newspapers like the Indianap- ard alliance, and declared already large variety, and there is no Stomach trouble. Constipation which I son wliy jou cannot bo suited, so insist on Respectfully, olis News, which have attributed the lar Democratic organization. It regards Merchants, having W. L. Douglas :$hoes from youi had been a long sufferer. I found the Bankers, dealer. famine in India and the high price of the evils of Republicanism as greater Celery Capsules pave me great relief Lawyers, SSSS6SSSSSSSSS$SS3SSSS We use only the best Calf, Russia Calf Finsiclans from the beginning and have used tl m wheat in this country to Wark Hanna than any which could come from Demo(all colon), Fremih Vatent Calf, and all ever since. With pleasure, and unsoSecond St. Phone 3. jviu, cm, kBtif and McKinley. and who in their daily cratic success, and henceforth will l'Tcncn cnaiuci,iiii: economical licited, r recommend them to any jand graded to corrapond with prices men wear teaching teach the people to pray to stand in the Democratic ranks sn supof the shoes. W. - Douelas all suffering with like afllictious or either BICmiOND, KT. Shoes becauso they McKinley and Mark Hanna in tho fol port of the Democratic platform aud j of them. Very truly yours, If dealer cannot eupply yon, are the best. jl write CnAKUES T. Caldweis. lowing 6tyle: "Give us this day our candidates. For sale by W.LfititifiUS.BrMktcit.l BED WETTING CURED of prosperity, and do Sold hv T. S. Kazan. DrueBisU Irrice daily allowance CATAICXB . 209 West Main Street 50c ents and 1.00 per box. Call at drug OK NO PAY. Mm. B. M. BO WAN-- 21Kwriw forget to afflict famines on the for A successful revival at the Christaim not aaM-l- r septl-ly- r Wis. oct27-3store aud get free sample. For Sale by FREEMAN BROS., IttcMaw eiguers." Louisvillo Dispatch. Church of Paris has just. closed, a I article needed. we bought early before the tariff was put on and can give our customers the benefit of 30 per cent, on eveiy $ Hats f m J Goy-ernor- Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order, Fit i SSJTS vij . TnE Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Kichmond. r .i xaaaarL t t rYJYiNi Ta7' ttttifii ttttl &,&3i3lKy1"" .... SJVV Afc .... 1 v j y Vl T ft T ft JW 1 1 ft ft j- - STOUFFER liifeoa (1 i . "! 11 '3 -V 03Kk 'S3 JANDY CATHARTIC CURtCOHSHPATIOH .eaeto 9liH zeicsijnonsrxD, iet".. o ii r l.c..i) oppop iSSfe SB'- 'm (F adilrt, "- r VS GRKNITE MONUM9NTS, OPFNP D Madi5oi) MowJiDeDtal Work?. mm wdwJ (nr 1 & Itf s Time to Kick & & Johnston's Sarsaparilla & & 2 ? .5 Dry Goods & a & s wim iiii III ni II. IW m UIJ II job gin gjs, 4 NOTION- S- It at sjg SI Pi sjgi PIP CII MICE! I I Burns Nut or Slack, Soot or Dirt. -- McKee Eliza-bethto- & Co,- ,- w First IT IS INDISTEUGTIBLE AND AIEIGHT. mm I sm m pirn FARM SFORI D. E. Shackelford I Idea SALE one-thi- rd :gjjjail3lpinin.ai ingjpnwiipiJi ap Have Just Received Large SUPPLY THE TRADE For Sale ss WHITE'S STATION, on ipment of "Ml. Window Glass, 1. " ui I 0WE1 a Ksia &JiOy lllllllll letter-carrier- s, III ba it U6LAS SHOE mmm .....HE FREIGHT. DRINKS. ! Siilllai Cv, 11, lip;, ,y. m i ! , - A HI fFs si vll X U. . ! S?Vf- .- - - 't"V. n, 2.J.- - vir A The Richmond Climax. LI. . - LSI' " " II LJ FUBLI8HZDKYEBY WKDNKSJ1AY BT The Climax Printing XC A. D. MILLER, CHENAULT. Go. C Proprietor and Editors. E. WOODS, Associate Editor. PRICK PER YEAR, 1, $1.50. $1.25 1S97. IN ADVANCE, WEDNESDAY, DEC Already, it is said. Jno. B. Thompson, of Harrodsburg, is preparing to shy his castor into the ring again for Congress. If he does, it is hoped he has better running qualities than before. Jessamine Journal. wiggles The Louisvile Courier-Journa-l iu and v. ipglcs out, And squirms around and turns about, And keeps the public still iu doubt As to whether it's in or whether it's out. But nobody is caring a continental Those who stood up for McKinley's which it is. cause when local conditions almost Rath County World. demanded that they do otherwise, deserve the best slices of the pie to bo Hon. John B. Thompson says had. Pantagraph. that if he is not a candidate for the If they were inspired by hope of Democratic Congressional nomina reward or fear of punishment, their tion he will be for Hon. Robert Hard- works are purely selfish. But hero's ing, nf Danville. But indications what the Mt. Sterling Gazette says: point to the nomination of Governor "There are five applicants for tbe Richmond postofllce, among them T. McCreary. Livingston Colonel. C. Adams, editor of the Pantagraph, Ox January 1 the State adminis-tio- n and we predict that he will ""be the will have paid off $200,000 of bonds. Pantagraph. Gov. Buckxer has been heard from He has crawled out of the wreck and says ' keep up the fight for National Democracy." But the Courier-Journsays plainly "we have had enough." and the Danville Advocate nneqivocallyl but with a deal more patriotism and grace, says: "The existence of the organization is considered a menace to the Democratic party in Kentucky. To maintain it then when its field for work is closed would be merely playing into the hands of an enemy that every member of the organization has always lought and will continue to fight when the supremacy of the Democratic party in this State is endangered. It will be better for every Democrat, and we believe the leaders of the sound money contingent so concede, if this off shoot of the regular organization is allowed to slumber in peace." al worth lucky man." $175,000 of which is paid by the White Democrats of Kentucky. After all the State administration is only paymaster for the Democratic part-- . Evidently our neighbors at Mt. Sterling have not cultivated the popular but brutal bport of foot ball, ps this from the will show: "Bah! Kah! Rah! who are we?" shouted the bore at the depot. When a citizen yelled": "Eleven d fools, potters. don't you bee?" Sentinel-Democrat d--- If Mckinley has any fixed convic tions on the financial question thev have been fixed for him since his nomination and election, truly says the Dispatch. He was for free silver and greenbacks when he was a member of Congress, and he made his record in that way, but he has not given forth any definite expression of his financial opinions since that time, though he has generalized on the subject in a way to indicate that he is clay in the hands of the Wall street Potts, at "Whitss Station : Misses At the hour of going to"press the Stanford Journal had not arrived. Nettle Todd, Bello Harris, LenaCor-nelisoLena Devore, Annie Todd, and Some old railroad will have its charMessrs. Jay Lackey, Charley Hen-dreter revoked, if this happens again. Coleman Neff,'lCap" Dickerson, The Danville Advocate describes Carl Todd and Bob Walker. the congressional situation thus: The following young men from "Gossip about the next congresRichmond attended the Thanksgiving sional race in the Eighth district is on Hop at Merrick Lodge, Lexington, on tho increase. The prospects point to contest for the Democratic Friday night: Messrs. Allen Zaring, a red-hJohn Turley, Joe Watts, Robert S. nomination. McCreary, John B. Thompson, Taylor, Tom Jones and Jennings "Mr. Greenleaf. Tho "Big Six" declare Robert Harding, Gilbert of Shelby, that nobody can touch tho Lexington Judge Breckinridge and others are "hoys when it comes to hospitality and among those most generally diskind treatment. cussed. After a pleasant 'sojourn of four "How many of these will be avowed weeks with his parents in this city McMr. candidates is unknown. Creary will in all probability make a Mr. Charles Rreck, Jr., left on Thursbid for tho nomination, and if he does day morning last for Omaha, to acThompson, it is thought, will also go cept a position with the Standard Oil after it. Mr. Harding may also be Co. This community, both old and young members, was delighted to induced to enter the race. "Judge Breckinridge will hardly have Charlie back home again. He be a candidate, although he has many hasn't an enemy in tho world, whilst are limUed only by friends throughout the district who his would be glad to give him their sup- his acquaintanceship. The Madison Junior Social Club port. The favorable reception given to the suggestion that he be made tho will give a grand New Year's Ball, nominee for Attorney General may December 31, at the Collins Building. It will be a fitting Annie to tho sevresult in its consummation. "Judge Breckinridge, should ho be eral pleasant dances given by this or upon the Stato ticket, would make a ganization during the year. Prof. strong canvass. He has few supe-aio- Seibert's Orchestra, of Louisville, as a political speaker, and his win iurnisn tne music. Tne com arraignment of the Republican admin- mittee is composed of tho following Robert E. Little, Chairman, S. Nev-illistration would be interesting. Moberley, J. W. Watts. W. G. Welch, of Stanford, "Col. has time and again been talked of as The Crokinole Club held its bi congressional timber. He is also one weekly meeting with Miss Mary Col of the ablest men in the district, and Iins, and, as usual, a delightful even would take a high place in tho House ing was passed in this innocent of Representatives. With four or fascinating amusement The contest five of these gentlemen in the race resulted in a victory for Miss Mary the fun would be fast and furious, Tribble and Mr. Joel Tribble. There with the outcome uncertain. are a dozen members in the club and "On the Republican side Congress- the meetings rotate. There are sev-orman Davidson will no doubt ask for experts in the club who play to the indorsement of a renoinination, win, and it's a treat to watch the hut he by no means has a sure thing spirited contests which invariably of it." mark these meetings. A pleasant little party of friends n, ot well-wishe- I Gloomy, Hopeless Life flfrWlrrSJlTr&n friliBJrgJaipBfpa reJMJrsJi ,raiTtiJBrEJmrrHJgrfHJEJ irasrfHJsrfaBgrfaiBnBrreiarra I I I I .i frHJBWJ fflfrrl ' 'fTtiJElfTtJHfSlfflfTriJffirHilf . ri.. - -. - rtLiMircJtaiirr-iirc-a'gJir'-'- m rs a severe case-o- f stomach trouble. I had palnn in ray stomach and bowels so that I could not stand or work without great Buffering. My appetite was very poor and when I did eat anything I was shortly afterwards seized with vomiting spells. I could not rest at night and felt lamo and tired all over. I became nervous and had no energy whatever. My life seemed gloomy and hopeless. My husband advised me to take Hood's Sarsaparilla, as he had been taking it with great bene-nse- d. I began taking it and the first bottle did mo a great deal of good. I continued with It regularly and have now almost fully regained my natural weight and am doing nearly all my housework." Mrs. Rinda Crocker, Gladstone, Ala. " My blood was out of order and I had no energy. After taking two bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla I felt better than foe a year." Marion W. Smith, Colllns-vill- e, Alabama. Hood's Sarsaparilla is sold by druggists. $1, six for ?5. Be suro to get Hood's. Internal Pains Lame, Tired, Nervous Every Bad Symptom Cured by Hood's Sarsapanlla. " For nearly five years I suffered with mm mQ (snijJ $B MB Notions, 10-in- t ll- - p-i- cu -"-" -"-' n -'- -' tiis Pr1 TV-- Mr$KB4 SECURED Pins lc Fine Mirror. French broad plate Jj; $5 50, worth $10. Table Oil Cloth 13c yard. Boy's Waists 15, 20, 40, 50, Ofc. L Ladies' Rubber Uombs, 5, 8, 10, ;. " 19 20 and 25c Shoe Blacking 1, 3 and 5c Gilt Edge Shoe Dressing 20c Hooks and Kves lc card 2 doz ard. 3 Spools Thread 10c Safely Pi as 2 and 3c each. Doi.sy Soap lc cake. Smyrna Bouqnet Soap 3c. C. B. B. Ball Glvcerine Soap 5c Cuticle Soap 10c 3 for 25c Tar Toilet Soap 5c Cold Cream Soap 5c j- Blacking Brushes 10, 13, 15. 1 20 and 3Sc 7 Hair Brushes with GIbss Sc Hair Brushes 10, 13, 15, 10, 20, 25c Dress Shields 5, S and 10c Corset Laces lc " Corset Clasps 5c Our Pet Child's Waist ISc Ii Our Best Corsets 25c Cotton Towels 5 and 10c Linen Towels 5, 8. 10. 13. 15, 20, 2". .; Bob Roy Corsets 50c; long waists worth 1 Matting Tacks 2c a box. Pencil Sharpeners lc. Files 3c and 5c. Flat File 8c. Curlers 5c. Tracing AVbeel 3c. Track Hammer 5c rarjiJj Magnet Hammer 10c. 71 5i Pocket Knives cc up. Strainers 3c. Padlocks 5c up. Set Te,a Spoons lc. Set Table Spoons 6c. Scissors 5c up. mw HM Vi dl Notions Spool Cotton Thread, all sizes, black and lare eonsifmmenfc of Brooks' (200 yds) white. We will give our customers the benefit of this great purchase. We want to supply every household in Madison county with Brooks' Thread, tit a price that competition can not touch. . t t ; Pi SfS mmii i Sfj MARRIED. Guji-Jam- es. Mr. Pallas Gum, of rs Elkchester, Fayette county, and Miss al lf jr The Pantagraph was the first ReThe Republican party promised publican paper to launch out upon the prosperity if elected, and placed in tempestuous sea in the Eighth and power. Jlr. Speaker Reed comes to has lived to see several excellent journnls Washington after that Darty has been fail. Pan of the same political faith tagraph . in power for seven months and says At the same time there are a dozen confidence has not been restored and or more Democratic papers in the In- that congress will convene with a Eighth District, which forces us to Capets 121c up panic thoughout the country confront- conclude that this district is DemoSTAPLE DRY GOODS. ing it. Bed Ticking 5, 6, S, 10 awl 15c cratic in politics, in color, and in Calico 31c up Brutus J. Clay, of Jladison county, fact. A party which can support but Is now in full blast. Don't buy your Hat be- Gilt Edge Cotton 5c yard, yd wide one paper in a dozen counties, and will probably be the Republican fore seeing our Mammoth stock of Hats. Canton Flannels 5, G, 71, S, 10, 12 and loc nominee for Congress in the Eight which only partially does that, is not This Mammoth Store carries and will save Outing Flannel 5, 71 and 10c District next year. Last year the dis- the party of the people. you money on Ladies', Men's and Children's Eiderdown 15 to 40c"yd, al colors trict gave 2X00 Republican majority. A gold bug friend hands us the Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods, all kinds Notions, India Linen 0 to 20c This year it went Democratic by Hosiery 5 to rr-Florence Bright, of Richmond. The following "Receipt for Canton ConfiDress Goods, Linings, Carpets, Oil Cloth Ladies' Vest 05c nearly 1,600. It looks like Governor Fleeced (with sleeves !. decorations of the house were very Miss Earle Chenault came over 20 and 25c (table and floor), Men's and Ladies' Hats and 10c McCreary will bs the Democratic dence Pudding," We recommend it to the Pantagraph and others who from Jessamine Institute to spend pleasing in appearance and quite in Mioses $L1 Caps, Capes and Cloaks, Embroideries and Ladies' L'nion Suits 25c up candidate and if he is, it is dollars to Gowns 50 to 95c. helped saddle McKinley on the conn-tr- thanksgiving day with relatives here. keeping with the charming qualities doughnuts that he'll win. Laces, Underwear, Hosiery, Dolls, Ribbons, of the hostess, whose friends are CLOTHING. Mrs. Richard Clark, accompanied rr. Trunks, Telescope, etc. Men's Suits $3 50 "Take S gallons Confidence. 1 quart by her two daughters, spent Thanks legion. Many were present and enPopu-hIn view of the fact that the Men's Suits $4.75 up joyed the cordial welcome of that d vote in Kentucky was 25,000 in Gold Standard, 7 teaspoonsful of giving with her husband at Coving- hospitable Men's $7.50 to $10 home, with tho attendant Visit Richmond's Most Popular and Save Money Boys' Knee Pants Suits 20c up 1S91, 23,000 in 1S32, 1G.000 in 1895, and Prosperity. 2 quarts Souud Money, 1 ton. pleasures. Shelby News. .T. Boys' Knee Suits 75c to $6 J only 0,754 in this year of our Lord, pound of Protection, and boil it with Miss Nancy Hall entertained a large 12 months of No Work and serve with The marriage of the Rev. S. M. 18SI7, frankness compels the admisnumber of her friends at her beauti1 quart of Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade, Starvation Sauce. To be ful Rodesdale home on Monday even- Logan, of Middlesborough, and Miss sion that the future of the middle-of-th- e Adele Saufley, youngeFt daughter ot road Populism in this Common- taken while red hot." ing. Judge M. C. Saufley, of Stanford, was If the dose don't kill, swallow the wealth is anything hut alluring. The Mrs. R. E. L. Biggerstaff, of Rich- solemnized at the Presbyterian church falling off in the Populist voto indi- box. mond, is the guest of her parents, at that place at 0 o'clock last Wednes- chile, an amiable, dutiful helpmate cates simply that they are all returnFt. Donklson is not the only thing Mayor Baura and wife. Mt. Sterling day evening in the presence of an im- to her motner, and with a tender, ing to the party of their first love " Gazette. Simon Boliver Buekner ever surrendisposition toward her three ITS. mense congregation. The Rev. J. V. the organized Democracy. e Mrs. Alice Bronston Oldham re- Logan, of Richmond, father of the younger sisters. Her sudden taking dered. He surrendered his manhood. m la SfrHMMMfH m iBrasraHragrajg SfJifgJQfSlWpJlfrrlJlpls The problem of how State convicts honor and Democracy after he was turned to Lexington last Wednesday groom, officiated. The maid ot honor away hasleftherparents inconsolable, ipBfpBrJE3iliipBfSltgiraE3 itaraarrHJsra&ra&KTEJEgrasrFJi mnv. mm arm m raBfiaBrraBnaBffaiirffiJa'laRi. shall be kept at work without com- beaten by a Magistrate for Chairman after a pleasant visit to her sister, was Miss Belle Denny, of Stanford, and only the Grace of God can soothe and the best man Mr. R. A. White, of their wounded hearts. peting with free labor has seemingly of the Hart county convention last Mrs. G. G. Prewitt. a KXKsmsamm m o" by tho New York law year. Buekner had offered a set of The bridesmaids Miss Annette Riddell, of Irvine, en West Virginia, been solved Gkidek. At her home near SpeedAustrian-Lloy- d The steamer Diana REMOVAL. which went into effect on January 1 resolutions binding every man who route to Mt. Sterling to visit Miss were: Misses Jennie Warren and well, on November 22, after a short was sunk as the result of a collision. participated in a county. State, or Stella Thompson, stopped over here Mary Logan; groomsmen: Messrs. illness of about 4S hours of memof this year. This law provided that Dr. Valantine H. Hobson, of Louiso .;. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : t:::: :: ville, will remove his dental otlice to Rowan Saufley and J. N. Saunders. branous croup, God called from earth all State institutions, departments national convention to support the last week with friends. .... 3 Richmond, Ky., on December 1, 1S97, The church was handsomely deco- the sweet spirit of Mary Willie, the and political divisions should pur- nominees of said convention. Beaten Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thorpe spent for the practice of dentistry. Office next 6 .. chase all their supplies and articles of at home before he started, he "flew Thanksgiving at Mt. Sterling, guests rated with chrysanthemums and youngest child of John W. and Jen19 door to Custom House. novl7tf y 'de coop" and allows himself to be of Mayor A nice frame building, with palms. The couple left on the mid nie Glider. She was the sunshine of equipment from the prisons, if such Baum and wife, parents of quoted as a great apostle of national Mrs. R. E. L. Biggerstaff. on Irvine night train for an extensive bridal the family and had brightened their all necessary could be in; nifactured there. DARWIN DBW0LFJL'?teA. integrity. Where are those resolutour in the South. 9 pathways for only three and one half pike, and is known as the Simmons ano and Organ i ;iit vmmnw-Tuner and Repairer has .. Henry S. Boutelle, Republican, tions, Gov? You are now damning Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Kenney,nee place. Apply to lifSHJ Mr. Nathan U. Nelson, of Paducah, years. arrived and will be happy to attend to ITImjI was eleetod to Congress in the Sixth the very men who prevented Bradley Miss Delia Ramsey, came over from decl-t- f rf 'JsJ !ijI Mrs. H. Ziejiak. 6 "Fly with her quickly, the wants of his old customers and Illinois District at a special election from beating you for the highest Boyle and spent Sunday with Mrs. T. and Miss Mamie Eaton, of Covington, Said the children up in O angels dear,', heaven; others. Address by postal, Darwin De-0 will be married at the city "See she is coming! Look there! Another hplendid held Tuesday. S. Ramsey and daughter, Miss Ida. a Look nov24-2- t tvoit, Kicnniomi, Ky. feather for the grand old party's cap. office in their gift, butyou afterwards E December 7th. 3Ir. Nelson is a At the jasper light on her snnny hair, there! The Danville Advocate says: "Mr. helped Bradley defeat Hnrdin. FARM FOR SALE! Pantagraph. ' r Where the clonds J. Talbot Jackson, of Richmond, is young business man of the Purchase" "Ah hush veiling hush"are riven! wings Why sh uld the Republicans rejoice hush all the swift metropolis, and is Will bu3' one of OUR FAMOUS a reNotice To Creditors ! Democracy in Kentucky triumph- the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Alex An- sponsible capacity connected in Westfurl! over the election of Henry S. Bouwith a large The undersigned will offer to the highest and SUITS that are well made and ed for ;v long period largelv through derson, 210 East Lexington avenue." For the King himself at the gates of telle, their candidate for Congress in best bidder, on ern Kentucky distilling firm. He is Is taking her hand, dear, tired littlepearl the efforts of the united press. So will do you as much good as one girl, Miss Sallie Ellis, of Danville, came a remarkably the Sixth Illinois District, at the soon as there was a disposition to dishandsome young man, And leading her into heaven. Saturday, December 11, 1897, All the creditors of the Richmond Drug Comof many more dollars. special election held on Tuesday to agree, then disaster came and many over to spend Thanksgiving at liomp. is finely educated, and is very popular pany are hereby claims Between the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock, on the with me properly notified to file theirotSce of fill a vacancy? His plurality was stauch Democratic journals joined in She was met in Lexington and escort- in business and social veriSed at the law wimsToir. premises, the farm known as the Henry Batter-to- n circles. Miss Will buy one of our FAMOUS ed hither by her sister. Mrs, T. S Eaton is one of Covington's S53, his majority 141. But last year celebrating Republican triumphs. farm, containing 130 acres, situated on the J. A. Sullivan in Richmond, Ky., or before f Estill Countyl barred. prettiest Pantagraph. Boonesborongh pike eleven miles from Rich- January 1, 1898, or the same will be Nbvpm- - f MELTON ULSTERS or one of Done ner order Cnnntv Court. BEAVER OVERthe Republican was elected by a pluDaniel. Mrs. Rinda Williams, ofitfehmond, is mond. Good dwtllinsr: outbnildines. cistern ler22,1897. AHofparties indebtedtliU the Richand most accomplished young to And these "staunch Democratic and orchard. Mr. Geo. T.Taylor, son of J. Gid- - women. She is a social rality of 6,579 and a majority of 0,310. COATS that are well worth dollars more than we as,k. mond Drag Company are requested to settle visiting friends at this place. Terms made known on day of sale. favorite at name at once and save cost. Is this year's tight squeeze a victory journals" made a pretense at sup- eon Taylor, of this county, returned Covington and at Paducah, where nov2-4w. F POWERS, Trustee. Heirs of Henry Batterton Estate. John Noland's smiles can be seen for porting Democracy at the eleventh Tuesday from Argenta, 111., where he she has frequently visited relatives to boas of? decl-2a distance, cause a nine pound girl. hour, but the party was up to their JS3SS55SSSSSSSSSSSS:-5SS33SSSSSSSBuys one of our CELEBRATED has been eiiBusu m lunmng ior me Courier-Journ!! Miss Fnrnn ! game for though they preached the v Dr. L. H. Wilson and son, Harry, past year. SUITS or one of our CELEBRAknown here, having, with her sister, have recoveied from a severe attack of JS 1. . faith they practiced it not! A certain m V... TH..1 TED ULSTERS that you hear s... Miss Mayme Hart is visiting friends frequently visited the Misses Ben"staunch Democratic journal" not a fever. at Cynthiana. She was accompanied nett, of this city. There was talk of much talk about. hundred miles from the Government C. F. Tharp. who has been confined Building, refused to let this para- by Miss Mary Clay Lilly, who had one of them marrying a" Richmond to his room for some time, is yet unable graph go into its columns the day be- been the guest of Mrs. T. H. Hart for boy, but which twin and which boy to be out. Main and Broadway. a month. If you want to spend as much, are neither here nor there. fore the election: S. J. Rogers had a narrow escape show you a SUIT or an Mrs. M. H. Pigg and Mrs. W. W. "Vote the straight Democratic Major General George O. Watts, of Pigg are in Lexington this week vis- Alexandria La., came up on Saturday from death while hunting ThanksgivOVERCOAT that will astoun.i ticket." If so, I have them from $1.75 vou. That paper never hauled down its iting Mrs. W. B. "Wilkerson. They to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watts. ing day by being thrown from his horse. to $300, the finest line ever One of Maj. Watts was a gallant Confederate The funeral of Mrs. Jas. "V. Garrison enjoyed turkey with these friends and colors before brought to Richmond. officer, and is the handsomest Come now and select your spent a delightful day. man on Madison county soil. He is was preached at Providence Sunday by diamond and have same set Gov. Buckners refusal to give aDemocrat from way back and takes Rev. Hackett, of Winchester. Miss Alice Arnold spent Thanksgivbefore Christmas. up tho fight for "National Democra- ing with the Misses Lillard at his party straight. Richmond (Ky) in Mrs. Hattie Mize, after visiting her cy" reminds us of a joke which we father, Judge Tharp, the past month, Gold and Miss Jennie Lillard ac- Climax. cojjbrd We are glad to note, as shown by will start for miss Sj commend to his Honor for considera- companied Miss Arnold to Richmond her home in the West next Silver Watches, the abovepersonal from the Richmond week. tion: Two laborers were engaged and spent Saturday and Sunday. Cheaper than ever before. Climax, published at Richmond, Miss Pearl in excavating for a canal and one of a Newman gave one of the Mrs. J. B. McCreary, Mrs. Sallie Madison county, Ky., Solid Gold and Silver Novelties of that our genial grandest school exhibitions them with his spade cut off the head Miller Mrs. Geo. AV. Pickeles Mrs. and affable friend Watts, at the all descriptions. 6 after an ab- Christian church last of a turtle. Directly the turtle's body LEXINGTON, KY What would be nicer than a set of Saturday night Mamie Stockston, Mrs. B. L. f sence of many years in the far Southway thrown up on the back by tbe Sterling Silver Spoons for a ever jjiven in Estill county. About one took in the chrysanthemum land, is appreciated to Will send yon only Fresh Cut Flowers and the same thousand were present. other Irishman. As is usual with show at Lexington Chri&tmas present? On which this business was last week. artistic designs. extent in his old Kentucky home, Porcelain Clocks for only $1.25, Qur Suits at $1.00, $1.50. kOur Overcoats at Sl.50. these tenacious creatures the eyes of built was alisolute truthfulness. The Elizabethtown News says of that he is now and has been since his The good people of Winston are- - ex- Quality is our aim, yet not made at undue cost. regular once $1.75. the decapitated turtle rolled and blink$2.00, $2.50:for children. $2.00, $2.50, $3.50, $5.00 Everything strictly It has always been our policy ed while the body writhed on the Letcher Owsley, who was on a visit residence here, in his adopted home. pecting to give a grand entertainment Before buying- elsewhere give us wur ouiis ior ooys or' are world beaters. a call, and we will convince to avoid any misleading state- ground, still instinct with life. The to a pretty girl there, that there is a .The Democrat whiles him a pleasant in December. Everybody should lend All orders left with oui agent Henry L. Perry young men at $4.50, Boots and Shoes that we suspicion here that be intends to fol- sojourn among his relatives and a a helping handanu make it one of the vou of our low prices, and at White's drugstore, will receive prompt assertions. two laborers got into a dispute, one ments any attention. 5.00, superior goods. low Sam Shackelford's advice, first safe return to his family and friends grandest affairs of .the year. sell for $1.25, $1.50, $2, contending that the turtle was dead, 6.00. get elected and then get married. $2.25, $2.50 are such in Alexandria, by whom he will be WE !0 FEEL, HOWEVER, the other that it was still alive. The "Bell's Flowers go Mis. E. T. Jackson, who came up gladly welcomed. Alexandria (La.) TO TURN THE PARTY- WR0NGSIDE OUT. goods that youhave been debat waxed warm, when it was F. YEAGER, agreed to submit the question to "My from HendersohVille, Tenn., recently Democrat. Everywhere." paying more money for. EniTon Bosley, of the Paris Reporter' novl0-2The Alexandria Town Talk copies That our stock of Holiday decision," said Mike, with great deg to attend the wedding of her son, Second St. Richmond, Ky. wants the Negroes to boycott those of nov24-(igoods warrants the very nity, that the 'dommed 'thing is dead, Prof. Wm. Jackson, and Miss Nannie the personal notice above and asks: their race who allowed themselves to be Turner, at Campbellsville, will "Say, Major! what did you do to the guarded in barns, on election day and but dou't know it"! praise. calls on all the clubs and societies to shortly be in Richmond for a brief e.litorofthe Climax?" deny them membership and turn them Madisox county has a worthy ap- visit. IN POINT OF STYLE, out if already in. Brer. Bosley should plicant for Doorkeeper of the Lower not be too hard on those who have givChas. Bryant, of "Valley View, witli House of the next General Assembly his handsome bride, stopped over en the republicans all they ever bad in IN PRICE, this State. Thej are tired of living on in the person of Mr. Charles Embry, with H. W. Rice and family, on their In Large Oldham. To the wife of Dr. I. B. promises from his party and hereafter of Waco, a young man of sterling way to visit W. M. Fields in IN QUANTITY, Variety. Lincoln. going to put qualities and unsullied Democracy. This visit was honored by giving him Oldham nee Miss Newland, of Lin- are do the mosttheir votes where thev will good, or withhold them IN QUALITY. That he is a young man can lie no a grand coln, a girl, charivari. Livingston cor. Oldham is the second born. Dr. entirely tor their interest. While he is man might put in practicing medicine at at it, tho disability, for a large proportion of Mt. "Vernon Signal. a few words against his own color selIt is tho best line ever shown our legislators, like himself, are not SpeedwelL ling their votes. Three of them sell to Messrs. Joe and Allen Deatherage on our floors. We believe that far on either side of thirty. His party 'ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1897. at my resione of the poor black man,, who is no fit entertained about sixty friends at a dence near Paint Lick, Ky., Iwillselltothe fealty, his high character, his unqueslongej loved by the, rads since he has highest bidder, one No. 1 harness marc. Awarded shown a little will ofdtis own. Stanford tioned worthiness, his large Demo dinner last Thursday which was the old, can trot a mile In 2:30, Is perlargest Thanksgiving fea"st in the Highest Honors World's fectly gentle for women and childrenanddrive. to MaicMsg Quality cratic connection, commend him as county. Miss Susie Deatherage Fair, Journal, Clnta, time 2:26 without training. Refused su $250 for her the day she trotted the above peculiarly lit for the position. Aside time. Sheia bred to Dr. Hooker. in $100 Reward, $100. perintended tne aitair ana it was 1 No. one combined gelding, from all this he is afflicted with such 4 Good mares all bred to (rood lacks, The readere of this paper will be physical disabilities as renders the pronounced a great success. 3 Extra good maro mules, pleased to learn that there is at least, Mr. J. Quiney "Ward, Jr., of Paris, 2 Extra good horse males, For Oaal race of life an uneven struggle for one dreaded disease that science has 1, Extra good horse mule colt. -was the guest of Messrs. Harvey and been .able to cure in ali its stages and 2 Extra good mare mule colts, him, and there is no member of that Ii r,tfo. one iJEiferQk-'- '' Everything jack, Joe Blackburn, that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is august body which will be called Waller Chenoult last week. The Hubble'sJoe thoonly positive cure now known to When the day arrives vou want thamrMu nt Jr., by the celebrated, iaV. 2 n? nBlackburn. 2?2io. one vonnp mam.M ' upon to parcel out tho spoils of onr trio are the best quail hunters in this rlaaSmAvftli The price cannot be duplithflf. 13 v thankfulness. You had tbe medical fraternity. Catarrh being-- thankful for before. havecan things to be bot'i by Joo Blackburn . Jr . section, and a few days' sport netted have 3 rood constitutional disease, requires a con- of our splendid line Ton iewelrv to the choice jennet Jennets, all bred to good jacks and one cated. But you cannot late victories who would not feel them 250 partridges. Mr. of make von colt. Ward is Fhe stitutional tralment. Hall's Catarrh thankful for now. Jewelry is a pleasure and a u gooa cattle, and 15 good calve.know the excellence of our proud that he had cast his vote for champion shot of Bourbon county. ?&raKaaBBBBBBBKr- - aVasfWc a Cure is taken internally, actindirect-l- y delight. one so deserving of the place which mimvu Bucep, aoom w oi mem ewes, all Why, Here It's upon the blood and mucous surfaces Time' Yes. time isGetting to be"Thanksfdviwr oral to good bucks, stock unless you see k. t or boys. ftvine. Here lc ia fitbntt Mr. Embry asks for. By birth and by The ''As You Like Jit" tciub has ani 75 of the system, thereby destroyinjr the ing time. Almost for the proverbial pumpSdajr ''.'?ws and P'S"' of nice goedsaoats, TS to 1(W bushels seed wheat, preference a Democrat, known and never been so handsomely enterionudation of the disease, and giving the r .ww, nun uui .uiugs iu- ui aiXK2nj M bushels nice ctesa seed You may encourage some, one's bushels good turnips, patk-ut respected by his neighbors, his race tained af by Miee Katie Smith on Wedstrength by building up "the watehat this easca? v barrels of eora aad 386 shoeks of fodder We have watchea of all prices whiete will giva oalfee constitution and aawsUng nature, iu for the doorfceepership will be nesday last. The supper was simply to any one. its wac. 'The nronrifttnrshsvA - thankful ideasThanksgiving-time- . . . " ' feMK. -will sell.. oa twelve with.good jlc to , f?BV watched with interest by the re- superb, ,the decorations lavish and And after pea, jMtchieibh'iniits curative powers, tha't Merry ChriMSM when all should becomes iso xaafitl tUae, wHtf aapiy. Madison !rS tetewst. , Sale iaeoBBieaeatM UMy.oaer une tiunareu Uoiiars for aay don't faU to come a4 see onr immense stoat MOST PERFECT MADE I! deemed county of mm as one whose .beautiful and the whole affair a dream Barp.. case that A kits, to cure. Sena.iwr.llae fte ChriatMM Twill U y aBrthiac oners of its of delight. A pure Grape Cream of want Ujy Um cheap thaa:yMi mmtml7 JC . representatives in whom there is no The following rouBir.DsoDle soent irom AmmonM,- Alum orXtar Pewdcrv Fit of TeBtiaoakIs.u toewber. Ooes4 Lexington, Ky, any other adulterant AddraaiL F. J. Chenev Ct&'St&a fi U JMptl-1- 7 guile. StBd by Ebry, of Madison. ThaaksgiyinfJth JCr.'snd Mrs. "! 40.YEASTHi STAMDAJ:3. aWSrtd by DrBjirti.,75c."; dc-l--ni i'i ' J" Ii rV , '.I . aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasaa,- -at J u : ,. 'It' '...' iroin tins city gathered at a six o'clock dinnner at Ford last WednesMr. Elmer Deatherage is in Cin- day in response to invitations from Mr. Charles Burt and sister. Their cinnati. home is a beautiful Swiss cottag, Mrs. Stenle Bennett is at homo from handsomely furnished, and in readiMt Sterling. ness for the return of Mr. William J. Miss Elizabeth Feeny spent Thanks- Burt and bride who are in Europe. giving at Stanford. Those present were Misses Elise and Mrs. W. G. White returned on Mon- Helen Bennett and Messrs. Cabell H. day from a visit to Lexington. Chenault and Charles H. Breck, Jr. Miss Nancy Willis is now about reMiss Elizabeth Morton Logan gave covered from her severe-- illness of an elegant reception last Tuesday fever. evening in honor of hergueBts, Miss Miss Mr. W. W. Pigg has returned from Jennio Aiken, of Louisville; Lexington where he took Thanksgiv- Lena Hopkins, of Eminence; Miss ing dinner with Mrs. W. B. Wilker-so- n Lucia McAfee, of Lebanon, and Miss , PERSONAL.- - y: Vt Catherine James, of Mississippi, were married in Lexington on the 23d of November at the home of Mrs. Wal lace, on South Broadway. Tho groom isone of Elkchester's most prosperous EJj fTHJ merchants, and is also a splendid young man, being the junior member Mucilage 4& of the firm of Patrick & Gum. The Pencils lc. "" 6 Slate Pencils lc. bride is one of tbe most beautiful and 30 Sheets of Paper 5c attractive young ladies of her State. 50 Envelopes 5c. They left immediately on a bridal trip, 12 yards Lace 5c and visited the groom's parents, Mr. Slates 2c, 4c, 5c and Gc 1 doz Collar Buttons 5c. and Mrs. Abo Gum, of Cleveland, Brass Pins 4c. where a family reunion was held and Thimbles lc. quite a pleasant day was spent, one Tacks lc. long and pleasantly to be remembered. Embroidery Silk 5c 100 vds Spool Silk 4c s. At Kirksville on Clark's Thread 4c. Thanksgiving Day, Prof. Clarence H. Seaming Braid 5c Poage and Miss Ida Willis were united White Tape lc. in marriage at the hotno of the brides Hat Pinslc mother, Mrs. D. B. Willis. Rev. R. B. S1 Mourning Pins 2c lwx. yd. Hat Webbing lc and 2c Briuey performed the ceremony. Miss mm Webbing 5c yd. Amos Willis and Miss Annie Jennings Lisle Webbing 8c yd. were the attendants. The happy couple Silk Webbing 9c yd. Dolls 3c up. and a few friends partook of a sump1 doz Skiens Silk 7c. tuous dinner and left at once for Filo Silk 3c 2 for 5c. Washington county, where Rope Silk 3c 2 for 5c. Prof. Poage is principal of the public fSJEO Tablets 1, 3, 5, 8 and 10c. ll Buggy Whips 10. 15. 20, 29 and 40c. school. The bride is a popular and i accomplished young lady, a niece of Mr. Sffi White String Ties 8c doz. Black Silk String Ties 10, 15, 20, 2oc J. B. Willis, of this city where she fre- TEJB Black Bows 5 and 10c quently visited and is affectionately re- mW Silk Club Ties 10c. new Btyles. garded. The best wishes, of many Pes School Crayon 10c box. friends follow Prof, and Mrs. Poage to E3p Ladies' Belts 10 and 20c 1 doz Writting Pens 5c their new home. mm 3 Penholders lc. Leather Watch Chains 5c. ISfiH Kid Curlers 3, 4, 5 and 10. Safety Hose Supporters "gk Ladies' 15c. and Hubbard. Mrs. Jane Hubbard, who Hjg Bias Velvet Binding 10 and 15c Pocket Books 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10 to 50c. resided near Kingston, died last WedFan Scrims 10c nesday. iral Baby Ribbon 5c bolt Youko Mary, the eldebt child, ftJKl Ladies' Chemise 50 to 68c Ladies' Muslin Skirts 50 o 75c eight years of age, of Magistrate-elec- t Zinc Trunks Sl.25 to $6.25 John A. Young, died on Friday after a short illness of croup. Burial on Saturday in the family burvimr JUJflUI ground near Baldwin, in the Million imm precinct. We are informed that this daughter was an unusually promising L m Butcher Knives 10c. Steel Curry Comb 10c. Waiters 10c. Match Sfaes 4c. Harps 5c up. 1 doz Fish Hooks lc. Fish line lc. Whitewash Brush 20c. Iron Glue 7c. Vegetable Dipper 3c. Dust Pan and Brush 15c. Children's Garden Sets Rake, Hoe and Spade 8c. Wash Pans 5, 15 and 23c. Imperial Euamelcd Steelwaro Milk Pan 18c. Looking Glasses 10c and 20c. Picture Frames 15c. large ivucnen cspoon oo. Tin Rattlers, with whistle, 2c 20 Marbles for lc. T.I. f 5 Spools For 10 Cents. WE SHOW THE GREATEST VARIETY OF JST r- Hosiery We will take pleasEver shown in this cit ure in showing 3rou goods. Our immense 'stock of Hosiery from oc to Goe. i . DON'T FORGET WE WILL, SAVE YOU MONEY ON 75c "T Cloaks and Capes.. For Ladies and Misses. Nice Cloth Double Cape, silk topped and trimmed, for .$1.75 ; can not be duplicated in this cit fcr $2.75. Feather Boas 48c to $8.00. Poage-Wilm- Felt Window Shades 10 and 15c Opaque and Linen Shades 20 and 25c Machine Oil 5c Nutmeg-Graterlc Taylor's Adjustable Embroidery Bing 25 and 35c s Cool Corsets S3c Mountain's Corset 50c Dandy Waists 45c We handle W. B. and R. & G. Corsets Ladies' New Collars 10c Suspenders 5 to 50c Table Liner 18 to 5c 1 gross Suspender Buttons 5c The Langtry Hair Crimper 3c doz Shell Hair Pins 5c doz up Lace Curtains 39c up Curtain Poles 15c, complete Parasols 39c up re. ' r " .T.' Gr ""' ira Our Millinery "Wil-lisbur- Department Cologne 5 to 53c Fine Combs 3c up Pocket Combs 3c up Whisk Brooms, with velvet tip. We Tooth Brushes 5, 8, 10, 15, 19, 23c 12 doz Buttons 5c Men's Working Shirts 15c up Men's Laundried Shirts 25e up Feather Dusters 15, 20, 25c Wool Dusters 15c Floor Oil Cloth 171 to 25c DEATHS. -- i All-wo- ol Satin-line- fti self-forgetti- Pa E.V.EL ggplsn two-stor- roDrietorl For Rent! ". -- ""TIT?. :::::::::::::: :.. Everybody Knows sp n - last-name- d m mw m .ae .9 .3- w w al. CiF.Brower&Co ') $7.5 the M pjail0!1jj5l $10,00 l to-d- mn .mD Nt Law-rencebu- rg. Foundation Stones.... mm Mid-dlet- on You will want your son a Suit or an Overcoat, you can't to looking at ours. We can fit bov trom years old up to any age. - over-draw- n t $ m w BIRTHS. PUBLIC SALE op IfiiTTl ln Stock and Crop! Jl fe 5f 1 fflKBSUsi Hats & ilp w dr - one-year-- ld jHF iAfaHTJU aPs I . ld -- -- - BAKING - " MOBa-ac- n. rye,--2- S CihBrower&Co 1 P0WMR 1 do-in-sr CIll-Terri- R - ' t HiJ.STRENfi C : .,-- a w r- - -- . j; rr - D,P.ARMER ;- ?' - ' " rBBBHBBB'BMaBBaBBWBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi '& BjlKHBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBnBBBBaBBSBBBBBBaBBBBBBB nV ' ' jfl BBW . i 'ISR V lV The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 1S97. Auction Monday. at the New York Store next Mixed nuts 12) cents per pound Gus Margolen's. at W Panic-Stricken M School on Fire. R., N., I. & B. Sold Again. A party composed of Messrs. P. B. Broaddus, Sam Biggcrrtaff and Dr. C C. Hooker returned Saturday from Laurel county, where they spent three days in search of quail, and their search was not In vain, for they had on exhibition Sunday 120 of these Oysters, celery and cranberries al- office. He is a Republican, and will birds. They report seeing not less succeed W. L. Crutcher, Democrat. ways fresh at Gus Margolcn's than 1500 during their three days The friends of Mrs. J F. Stone are hunt, and claimed to have killed 207. On December 16 G. J. White & notified that she is engaged in trimWo do not doubt the these Son's sale ol Stock, December 1G. Yesterday morning about 8:30 an gentlemen, but being veracity of familming for Mrs. Lucy Maun, on Main perfectly Stoufler is theoldest clothier, furnishstreet, opposite Blanton's coal ofllce. alarm was turned in at the fire de- iar with hunters, we will only vouch er and Hatter in the city. Ladies need no assurance that these partment, and in a short time it was for the number they brought home. ascertained that Caldwell High School During their stay in Laurel they The Louisville Dispatch will here- fashionable milliners have no supe- was on fire. riors in Richmond, and their prices were the guests of Mr. P F. Stillings, after be sold at Hagan's Drug Store. The fire department were quickly at brother-in-laand goods are without a peer, of Mr. Broaddus. Rev Neal, of "Winchester, has been the school and ready to drown out nov3-9called to the Christian church at Speed"Flew '0e Coop." the flames, but fortunately Mr. RichCircuit Conrt. well. ardson, the janitor, had extinguished Some four months ago a man named Circuit Court assembles next Monday. the blaze with a small hose. Porter Walker came here from Georgia Stoufler sells clothing cheaper than 237 old equity cases, 31 equity appearThe children were as General Agent for the National anybody. ances, 17 ordinary appearances, G9 crim- and it was evident to Principal Clark Kitchen Cabinet Co He had a couple J. W. Bales shipped 8 cars of inal aud only 30 divorce cases! that it was useless to attempt to open of men named Terry and Cole who cattle Saturday for which he school again after tho fire had been worked for him. They were hustlers Giant Cattle tor England. paid 434 cents. extinguished, so all the pupils were end disposed of a large number of the Mr. L. T. Quisenbury, of this county, sent home. Oranges, bananas and apples at Cabinets, the rights for several counsold to "General" Black 2 head of cattle The fire originated from one of the ties and finally for the entire State while lowest prices, can be found at Gus Marwhich weighed exactly 4,470 pounds, hot flues passing too near a wooden here. The Cabinet is really a good golcn's. which are to be shipped by Nelson Mor- floor. thing and they did a fine business. EvCol. D. W. Tribble'e sale of stock ris to London. erything went on all right until last 1G at G. J. White & Son's Prices 22 Years Ago. December Notice. sale. See ad. In looking over an issue of the In- week when Mr. Waller left, saying he was going to Lexington. Nothing was will for ten days only make one terior Journal published on this I date thought of the matter Best meat and sausage at W. J. dozen cabinet photographs for $1; one until he failed to in 1S75, weflnd that hogs were selling Shearer's meat shop, First street. turn up some days latter. Upon invesbozen half cabinet at 75 cents, and atCJ4 to7,cattleat4to5, wheat nov22-2mtigation one 14x17 crayon for $1. All work In thesame paper paid his it was found that he had not sub agents, his Iiverv bill, etc. The demand for the Louisville guaranteed. Respectfully, notice is made of the purchase by ElDispatch is steadily growing here as James Gbisxax, Jos. Ballon of his home on the Dan- It is also said that he drew several hunder Gallery opposite Karing's mill, Main ville pike from Mrs. Parmelia Hughes dred dollars out of the bank, cashed a everywhere else. street. for $5,300; the death of Greenup Jones number of notes, elc. His creditors See Stoufler for cheap overcoats. m is announced and the marriage of J. attached his trunk, a horse, and several Wheat. of the cabinets, but these will go but -- Bell Wilkes. 2:30, by Belmont "Wheat went up in Chicago Friday to C. Florence to Miss Emma Davison, little ways in paying off the bills. Wilkes, is to be sold December 1G. $1 per bushel and closed at 99 J cents. which occurred on the lGth. Stan- Winchester Democrat. It closed on Wednesday at 93 cents and ford Journal, Nov. 23. See ad. public sale. Mr Walker did business here for a this rise of 8 cents is phenomenal and Col. Will Tevis Narrow Escape. short while and behaved himself O. K. Suits to orderat Stoufler's at shows that European buyers are anxCol. W. T. Tevis sustained a bad while in this city. prices. ious. We have had an abiding faith fall on Saturday night, which came Diamond in His Mouth. It. J. White & Son and Col. D. W. that wheat would go to $1.23 before near killing him. He was at Silver Tnbble will have a combined sale on Christinas and $1.50 by next harvest. Some of our readers will recall R. Creek, waiting for the up train, and Thursday, December 16. See ad. Lexington Gazette. when he heard the whistle of the lo- Hervey Hodgeu, a student of Central See Stoufler for underwear. comotive ho left Humes' store and University from 18S4 to '87, whose pePutting His House in Order. culiarities made him a target for the Contractor J. W. Rymel is busy with made l.is way as best he could to the jests of his companions. He wore his tall platform which runs parallel with Lot of combined horses, saddlers a force of hands remodeling tho hat on one ear, smoked his cigar aimed and well broke fillies will be sold on Heath house, next door to the Govern- the warehouse along the railroad straight at his right eye, ate pepper on Hecember 1G by Col D. W. Tribble. ment building, and will have it ready track. It was pitch dark, and there his bread, allowed the boys to pound his to Dr. V. II. Hobson; of was no light to guide him, so he Spo ad. to turn over chest for their amusement, and did Louisville, who will movo his dental picked his way to the platform, which Citron, prunes, dried and evaporated is about six feet from the ground. other queer things. His eccentricities office to this city, and, with his family, and apples at Gus' reached a climax after he left college make this his home. Mr Rymel is After ascending the steps he turned to the left and walked a few paces, ween he had a solitaire diamond set in Don't buy your shoes until you see doing a pretty job of work, and will when he stepped off and fell heavily one oi his front teeth, from which, Preeman Bros.' line; prices, S2, S3 and have it completed in ten days. to the ground, striking his left side on when he laughs or speaks, there flashes S Wagers Moved Out, Lackey Moved In. the roeds below. The fall stunned the glitter of a brilliant gem. We If you are going to have special Although the change of county offi- him completely, and his groans at- had not seen Hodgen for several years goods for sale during Christmas, hang cers chosen at the late election doc3 not tracted the attention of some boys, until we met him at the Lexington de vour sign in the Climax. Others occur uutil January 1, Jailer Wagers who gave tho alarm, and Col. Tevis pot and we vouch for the truth of the are at it. moved his family on Friday to the A. was carried to the train and brought above statement. The only other case of the kind is - When you want a nice pair of tan R, Burnain residence on West Main to Richmond. Fortunately Dr. Ed Lackey to move Poyntz was on the train, and head- - that of Miss Florence Hudson, of Balti! calf, or patent leather shoes, at $2 and allowed Jailer-elec- t Si and $4. don't fail to go to Freeman his effects to the jail. The friends of ministered to Mr. Tevis' needs. He more, from whose pearly tooth gleams a diamond. Tho tooth is one of both families will please take notice that is bruised from head to foot, and is Brothers. nov apairof solid gold ones which were put whilst their residences have been suffering an injury to his side. Potts & Duerson, of Whites Sta- changed Mr. Tevis informed The Climax into the upper jaw by means of agolden the latch strings have not been tion, have bought about 400 barrels removed and all are welcome. that he will sue the railroad company. bridge, and the effect is not only startof corn delivered at their mills at $2 ling, but beautifnl. Joe Em dry Killed. Boyle County Is An Exception. 01 Course. pp r barrel. The diamond is set right in the center At Mt. Stsrliuu last Friday Joseph O. Editorially, and with a slight of the tooth, which is a large one. and The nicest and cheapest lot of tan, box calf, enamel and patent leather Euibry was shot and killed by L. A. show of Pharisaical superionty, the the jewel occupies about half of the front surface. The tooth was practically shoes in tiwn at Freeman Bros; prices Stull over a division of their croo of to- Danville Advocate says: bacco in which the latter was interested, "The Louisville papers will please made around the diamond, which is $3 and $4. nov holding a tenant's portion. The dead bear in mind that there have been therefore visible on both the front and Brown Oaks, the 2:30 trotter by man was a brother of Mrs. E. II. Field, no toll gate mobs in Boyle county nor back of the tooth. Bud Crooke, will be sold on Decem- aud an uncle of Mrs. John F. White, of it expected that there will be. Miss Hudsou glories in a set of very ber 1G. Ho is by Bud Crooke, dam this city, and formerly resided in this Boyle county expects to have free large aud white teeth, and when she Hambletoniau mare. city, his father. Wm. Embry, at one turnpikes but she intends to attain found some time" ago that she would Its a hard matter to keep a stock time owning Bnrnamwood, the home of her object in a legitimate way, and have to lose two of her front teeth she of vehicles on hand all the time; but Hon. C. F. Burnam, on West Main does like to bo classed with those determined to substitute them with solid counties who have been under mob gold ones.. In thinking the matter over, if you will leave vour order with me street-rule" you will get what you want. however, gold appeared too conventional A Thousand Pound Hog. In another column we find this and she determined upon the diamond John Donelson. P. and J. A. McCord, of White Hall, queer J. notice: setting as a device to take away the dull The Henry Batterton farm of 130 have established a new record for fat "The Boyle County Fiscal Court is effect which two solid gold teeth would hog hogs. They own a 4 year-ol- d acres, located on the Boonesboro-pikto consider impart to the mouth. in secret session y will be sold publicly on Saturday, which weighed G weeks ago 957 lbs. the tree turnpike question. All par" The dentist declares that the sensation December 11. A most disirable home. It weighs now oer 1,000 pounds. ties are anxious to settle the question created by that tooth has been wonder945 pig is "Father" Galen White's See ad. as speedily as possible, and if the ful, and already ho has had three orders not in it. The hog of the Messrs. Hats and caps latest styles and low- McCord is by Gentry's Berkshire 'boys" will just have patience, their for diamond-studdeteeth, with more pains may be relieved within a rea- in prospect. sept 29-- m est prices at Stoufler's. Sedalia, Mo., its mother boar from sonable time." On Saturday, December 4, Mrs. A. being a registered Poland China sow. 'It is not believed that State troops About Trade Excursions Which Rob Our 'General" Black has bought the hog will be needed in T. Million will hold an examination of Merchants. Boyle, although a genthos who desire free tuition in the for bhipment. tleman from a distant point in the counTho Harrodsburg Democrat says: Normal department of the State College Birthday Every Eleven Years. ty said Friday that the "boys in his "But these excursions are doinggreat at Lexington. Mr John Doty, of this county, has neighborhood were getting powerful damage to local merchant, for it inDon't buy a suit or hat for your boy a birthday only every eleven years, restless." duces people to leave ftome to spend w nliout seeing Stouflers. Evidently "the boys," editorially their money. In some cases, doubtless, by reason of the fact that Thanksgiv Elder B. B. Briney of Kirksville, ing Day falls on November 25th but styled as "toll gate mobbers," are set- the money spent in tho city is not rightmade this ottlice a short visit on once every eleven years. Mr. Doty ting impatient to place Boyle county fully their own, because they owe it, and luesday. Bro. B. will give Kirks- was born on Thanksgiving Day, No- in the same category "with those their action forces their creditors to wait ville twothlrds of his time next year. vember 25, 1853, and therefore has counties which have been under mob indefinitely before getting what is due had but four birthdays since that rule." See? them. Too many people pay cash in Lexington Messenger. time. He is a pretty spry A High Trestle Goes Down With a Train. the city and ask credit at home. BeClothing at prices never so low at just the same, and last Thursday sept Stouflers. Freight train 43. which left Richmond sides, the city merchants, it is said, keep he entertained a world of friends at on Saturday afternoon with 20 cars and posted about these excursions and mark Iat lectuie ot the scries for the his hospitable home east of this city. a caboose, went through the high tres- their wares 15 to 25 per cent higher on benefit of the Infirmary will be given t these country people are tle two miles this side of Winchester. the Pleased With Texas. at the court house, December 19. Belle dumped by the iu their midst, The engine and two box cars passed Boyd, the famous woman Confederate Mr. C. Maupin, better known as safely over, but the 16 cars of coal and and the buyers pay more for shoddy spy, will be the attraction. "Cull" Maupin, who recently went to two of lumber crashed through to Uie goods than a better grade could be of you want give me Texas to hunt wolves on the ranch ground Go feet below and there lay in bought for at home." If I havn't what Messrs. Watts & Walker, at Emma, Lawful wreckage. Therefore buy iu Richmond, if you your order subject to approval. The accident was Texas, writes back that he is delight- caused by insecure trusses' temporarily sell in Richmond. John Donelsox. ed with the Lone Star State, notwith And here comes the Danville AdvoThe many friends of FatherGalen standing Charley Moore's joke which erected by bridge carpenters who were White will rejoice to know that he says "If T owned hell and Texas, I at the time at work on tho structure. cate: "The state press is giving a good deal will remove to the R- - X. White pro- would sell the latter." "Cull" has Although a crew of a dozen men were perty, opposite the domitory about slaughtered a lot of game and says under the train at the time only two of attention to "shopping expeditions," Christm. His son, Roy C. White, will it's the place for him. He is a son of were fatally injured: Warren Burch, otherwise known as cheap excursions to aged 28 and John Hairis, 30, were in- the large cities. It is the unanimous reside with him. our esteemed friend, Dr. John W. stantly killed the former buried deep opinion that they are detrimental to the Just received 3,500 pounds prunef, Maupin, of Whites States. beneath the tons of coal, irou and wood interest of tho smaller towns and should evaporated apricots, peaches and apples work. Burch leaves a wife and one be discouraged and, if possible, abolTurkey tor Mark Hanna. at E Deatherage & Co.'s at startling low Judge It. L. Wilmore, applicant for child who reside at Winchester. Har- ished. They are run by the railroads prices. postmaster at Nicholasville, is being ris resided in South Carolina. Win. for tho money that is in them and Remember, an ad in the Climax roasted by the Louisville Dispatch for Durbiu, a carpenter, of Richmond, sus- would not be continued if they could readies those paoplc principally who having sent a turkey to Mark Hanna tained a mashed foot, and Hub Action be made unprofitable, and they can be spend their money at home. And we So far as we've heard this is the only and a man named Hensley were badly made the source of loss instead of gain have three hundred more subscribers substantial testimonial of esteem which bruised. The wreck caused a loss of if the local organizations, which have $20,000, laid out all trains for two days, been lured by offers of a liberal comthan any other paper published in Mad- the Ohio b3ss has received from a since Gov. Bradley sent him and disarranged the mails to and from mission to permit them to be run under ison county. See? their auspices would decline to have word to "Mind your own business." this city. Fresh citron, raisins currants, fiirF, Tho escape of the a In view of Hauna's officious meddling lucky one. Conductortrain crew wastwo anything to do with them. The small nuts of all kinds, and all other ingrediSorrell and profit these organizations make out of in our Legislative affairs last winter it ents, at E. Deatherage & Co. would give some hungry Republican a brakemen were iu tho caboose, and while these excursions does not compensate Until you have looked at the good chance for something from Gov. not hurt they were probably nearer in- for the pernicious effect the spending of style and costs of the barouches phae- Bradley if ho would send Hanna a tur- stant death than men over were to es- money away from home has upon local cape with their lives. tons and road wagons at S. L. merchants, nor is it believed that those keybuzzard. The escape of tho engineer and fire- persons who take advantage of them you can never b3 sure that Col. Campbell Turned Topsyturvy. man was also a lucky oue. Had the save anything. A little reflection will 3'ou have examined the newest, Enrouto to see his Clark county crash come beforo the engine was off convince the cheapest and best styles of vehicles. buyer that was as- the bridge they would not have lived they can buy articles', that are not outsave money on girl on Saturday and as he See Stoufler and cending the hill just beyond tho river to tell the tale. Engineer "William side of the ordinary run of trade, from clothing, over coats and underwear. local merchants at prices as low as are at Boonesboio, a boy ran by and Lane was at the throttle. frightened tho horse which .Mr. R. D. Two wrecking crews were immediate offered in tho cities, aud they have Robert Lanter sold to Anso "Wa- Campbell was driving with the result ly sent to the 6ceue, but there was little, neither railroad faro nor hotel bills to rner the Isom place, located on the that the buggy was kicked to pieces that they could do. It will take weeks pay. The difference in price, even if it river, two miles above Ford, contain- and the driver thrown out. Dick fo repair the bridge and and a new one should be in favor of the city merchant, ing 80 acres, tho price being $1225. says he thought he had fallen from may luae to be built. The cars which is a minor consideration. The local Mr. Lanter bought from his brother, grace sure enough when halouud the dropped through the bridge are totally merchant depends upon your patronage place remains of his vehicle piled up on his demolished aud "will 1)6 almost a total for his sustenance and John "Old" Lanter hlsTO-acr- e when that is on the Dunbar branch, 2 miles from body and the horso kicking and loss. withdrawn he suffers and tho commuBrookstown, for $1200. The passenger train came up to the nity suffers with him. Remember that jumping like a young Broncho. Unline of tan, box call, en- daunted he secured another team and scene of the wreck a half hour after it the growth and prospcjity of your town An elegant continued on his journey, looking occured and tliejPKSfiengere W6re trans- depend upon the success of its business amel and patentlealher shoes, at at popular prices, $2, $3 and somewhat worse for wear, but still in ferred to anolher train which took them interests and govern yourself accord- to Ciacinnati... iaslyt ' ,r S4. nov the ring. ' sept-29-Gsept-29-Gni w Advertisements will be received oby THE CLIMAX with the guar- - g Brutus Bogie, of Ituthton, and Ming antee that its circulation exceeds nie Scarborough, of Buckeye, were marO that of any otlier paper published c ried at the bride's home last Thursday. FIRE EASILY EXTINGUISHED. j 2 in Richmond. Union Thanksgiving services were c 5 30000CO00009090e.900COfC held at the First Presbyterian church, and were conducted by Rev. Timber-lakMrs. 0. W. Ilisle is very ill of pneuof tho Baptist church. monia. Mr. Wm. H. Crane will be at LexStoufler sells clothing cheaper than ington Saturday, December 11th, preanybody. senting his latest and most successful A new stock of buggies, etc. at play, "A Virginia Courtship." John Donelson's. Collector Yerkes will appoint J. G. Louisville Dispatch head quarters Sebastian, of Booneville. Owsley county, at Hagan's Drug Store. to the distilleries' desk in the evenue O e, The Dcestric Skule will be presented hero by local talent on December 14th. Teachers and Children Flee From the Building. fcerrg Pectoral saved my child's life in an attack of croup." G. H. FRANKLIN, Bedford Springs, Va. HALF-SIZ- E BOTTLES, 50c Quail Suffered In Laurel County. w sept-29-G- m panic-stricke- ox-po- rt o sept-29-6- ready-mad- e Bept-29-G- m - sept-29-G- m nov-17-li- 17-l- half-car- . 17-l- e, to-da- d 1 sept-29-G- m four-year-o- ld 29-G- m Last Friday's dispatches contain this information of interest to all citizens of Madison : The Richmond, Nicholasville, Irvine and Beattyvillo railroad hat been sold again. It is the culmination of the dissatisfaction expressed by some of tho at tho action of their committee, which bought the road October 11th for $301,000, Instead of selling it for 300,000, which was bid by another party. The last purchaser is Mr. Adolph Segal, a wealthy brewer of Philadelphia. The consideration was $250,000, which is $50,000 less than he bid at the auction sale last October. Tho papers were drawn up yesterday and signed by all tho interested people. They will be presented before Judgo Barr to be confirmed. It will be remembered, that after many efforts to sdl the road, and after the date of sale had been changed many times, October 11th was finally settled upon, and on that date D. Shanahan, J. N. Walker, of Pittsburg; the Sheffler Bridge Company, of Pittsburg, and II. P. Hanger, of Richmond, as a committee, bought tho R., N., I. & B. for $301,000. At that time the committee believed they owned all the lien claims against the property. The Richmond and Irvine Construction Company had made an assignment of claims to the committee, but a meeting of the stockholders of the construction company was called, nd they declined to ratify such an assignment. It was finally decided to open negotiations with Mr. Adolph Segal, who at tho sale on October 11th had bid 4300.000, but was outbid by the committee, who offered $301,000 and got the property. All this is well known, having been published at the time. When the committee learned of the dissatisfaction of the other it simply made a report of the sale to the court, but did not ask for a confirmation, which would probably have precipitated matters. Hence when tho stockholder of the Richmond and Irvine Construction Company began negotiations with Mr. Segal they were not opposed, so far as could be learned, by the committee After the negotiations had continued for some time Mr. Segal agreed to take the property, but for just $50,000 less than he had bid on it at the public sale. The purties to tho deal agreed to this, nnd Mr. Segal took an assignment of tho bid of the committee to himself, and becomes the owner of the property. Mr. Segal was represented by Col. n Patteison, a attorney of Philadelphia, who closed the deal with the attorneys of the committee and the Richmond and Idviue Construction Company yesterday afternoon. All those in interest signed the oraer which will be presented in the Federal Court for confirmation, which will unquestionably be given. The who will profit by Uie sale are D. Shanahan & Co., J. S Walker, II. B. Hanger, J. Mann, the Richmond and Irvine Construction Company, John Mitchell & Co., Crawford & Dickason, Joseph Coyne and others. The liens amounted to about $1,000,000, hence tho price paid by the Philadelphiau will give the about twenty-seve- n cents on the dollar. When tho read was organized the total issue of stocks and bonds amounted to $4,800,000, of which $2,375,000 were in bonds. Tho holders of the stock and bonds lose all they put in tho investment, since all tho money paid for the property goes to satisfy the lien claims. The road will be operated by Mr. Segal. He has alreadj' made arrange ments to secure funds to extend the. road to Beattyville, and work on the extension will be begun next spring. This will be good news to Eastern Kentucky, since it means an ultimate extension to Pineville and railroad facilities for four more counties. The new road to be built to Beattyille will bo thirty-sovemiles in length, while seventy miles more must be built to reach Pineville. One of the richest coal, iron and timber sections of the State will he opened up by the extension of the line. The road as it now stands is a fairly good piece of paying prope'rty. It was thrown into the hands of Receiver MacLeod in 1891, a few months after it was completed, at the demand of the Central Trust Company of Since Mr. MacLeod has been operating the road it has been paying expenses and leaving asurplus, which nas been applied according to orders of the court. What change will be made in the officials of tho little road will not bo known, of course, for some time, but it is likely that those who now have charge of its operation will continue under the new owner. lien-holders -lien-holdewell-knowlien-holde- rs lien-holde- rs xJ vsTikSfc r The Throttle Thrown Wide Open THE ENGINE THAT WORKS THE M ACfLTNERY OF THE Busy Bee Cash Stores TAXED TO ITS UTMOST CAPACITY.- TO GET THIS GREAT BARGAIN MART READY FOR THE FALL CAMPAIGN. . 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. Our shelves, our leges, our upstairs department, our basement and attics are all bending and groaning under the enormous weight of the great stacks of goods piled on them. No Tariff added, no Bad Debts, nothing to cause our customers and friends to pay an advance on a single article bought from ns this season. You will find our prices much lower than ever, as we don't employ an unexperienced buyer to lay in our stock. Each and every article that fill our shelves and piled up on our counters has been selected with great care by a buyer who has had of experience; who knows a "good thing when he sees it." Our campaign against high prices this season will be the hottest fought battle in the history of our business. We set the pace for competition and let them follow. Canton Flannels,, bought direct from mills in solid car lots. A tjreat saving to J Great stocks of Calicos arc piled up on the streets and in the store and some of the very best brands are only 31c per yard. Bring your wagons and load up. We don't vnnl at this nriro lint- 1.nr1 JM.U.J MtJfA ofler J vnil nni J mnla ifvnn - ,WW want them. Blankets of all descriptions, boupht in lots. As great stores to buy for w can save our customers many a "Hani Earned Dollar" on Ulankets. We sell them a nice white bed blanket, 10-- 4 size, large enough for any bed, at 4Sc per pair. 100-pair our customers, as we can sell them we have two f to you at letail and give you wholesale prices. II Brag" Department. The new Braids, the new Trimmings, the prettiest Silks, the newest things in Dress Goods, in patterns or by the yard, are to be had in our Dress Goods Department, "Our Small wears and notions of all kinds in large quantities are to be had in this great Emporam of Bargains. If you need anything from a lc paper of pins to a steam engine you can find it at the Busy Bee Cash Store. fnll-srow- 42nS The most elegant things to be had anywhere in suits or satin-line- d overcoats can be found here. Our tailor-madbuitsand overcoats are the death knell to all competition. They fit better, thev look nicef, they wear longer and they are priced lower. Try a suit of our Boys' Clothing. They are double knee, double seat and elastic waist bands, warranted not to rip. Get our prices. See our Clothing. We are the leaders in prices on .ill lines of Boots and Shoes. Special attention paid to this stock. Special prices made all through the line, stock larger and more complete than ever. Bring in your grain bags and fill them up. Prices lower than ever made. with drawAVe have a man's Ribbed Vest, fleece-line- d, ls to match, heavy weight, that we can seli at 25c each 11 l.nt ULUIO lir IIUIIU k""- - uiai uuiu ji,b jx.ww- - 21 i i,u. HUlk lAnto itIV ivrw n Last, hut not least, is our Cloak Department. AVe take a special pride here, as pretty, stvlish Cloaks are greatly admired by everyone and our Cloak Department is filled with beautiful things. Call and look through whether you need a Cloak or not. We will be glad to sliow vou through. vests, with pants, winter weight, J'Jc, Ladies fleece-line- d Ribbed Vests and worth 2oc. Children's fleece-line- d pants from 8c up, winter weight. An elegant line of ladies' and gents' fine Underwear in stock at very lov.' prices. Don't be the last one to call and see this immense stock of beautiful fall goods. Don't wait until the best things are selected and taken out. Fall in line and follow the crowd. You will meet with a hearty welcome and be waited on by polite, nice salesmen. Thanking you for past patronage, we are ,n " Respectfully, s ?llPi ' W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY n New-Yor- Interesting Letters. When bilious or costive eat a Cascaret, Todd Sloane, the American jockey, randy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. won two more races in England. William Todd, one of tho most mayo lyr prominent farmers, merchant and "Only The Dest' Diptheria is abating in Henderson. stock raisers of Garrard county, has Should be your motto when yon need assigned. Liabilities, $12,000. Assets a medicine. Do not be induced to take Tetter, and Eczema. unknown. Cause, inability to collect any substitute hen yon call for Hood's The intense itching and smarting incilarge amounts long overdue. Sarsaparilla. Experience has proved it dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and is an honest medicine, possessing actual Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases Cheslnut Turkey Stuffing. "Turkeys are best roasted unstuffed," and unevualled merit. Be wise and have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and writes Mrs. S. T. Rorer in the Christ- profit by the experience of other people. a favorite remedy for sore nipples; mas Ladies' Home Journal- - "But peochapped hands, chilblains, frost bites favorite family and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. ple have, however, become so accus- Hood's Pills are the operate. tomed to the fla.vor of the stufBug in cathartic, easy to take, easy to Dr. Cady's Condition rowders, are It the meat of tho fowls that it seems alinst what a horse needs when in bad most impossibe to get along without it. A Welch steamer foundered as the re- i condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but Bread stuffing is, no donbt, the most sult of a collission off Trevose Head. medicine and the best in use to put a objectionable of all. Acting as a sponge Price 25 Medical men say rheumatism is the horse in prime condition. it draws the juices from the meat, leavforerunner of heart disease. Hood's cents per package. ing it dry and tasteless. Chestnuts are Sarsaparilla cures rheumatism by its Eminence young men will give a much to be preferred, and, where these It a home talent minstrel show soon. action on the blood. pocannot be procured, sweet or white Herr Pollini,the famous theatrical di- Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoks Yonr Life Away. tatoes, or even rice, may be substituted. All must bo boiled befoie using. For a rector, died at Hamburg. If you want to quit tobacco usincr easily and forever, be made well, strung:, magnetic, d turkey one quart of Spanish Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the full of new life and vigor, take tnat makes weak men or two quarts of common chestnuts will finest liver and bowel regulator ever tho wonder-worke- r, strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. mayl-l- y be required. Shell, blanch and boil made. of your Over 400,000 cured. Buy or to cure, them until tender. Drain, mash or Ed. Graves, the Lexington turfman, is druggist, under guarantee mailed 50cAdr sample free. 11.00. Booklet ind chop fine, add a tablespoonful of butter, seriously ill. Sterling ltemcdy Co., Chicago or 'ew York. a teaspoonful of salt and a saltspoonful Everybody Says So. It is said Stanford will soon have anof pepper. Mix and stuff into the Giscarets Candy Cathartic, the most won- other newspaper. turkey." derful medical dfscoverv of the ape, pleas ant and reireshine to the taste, act gently Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys and and positively on kidneys, liver aad lowels, or cleansing tho entire system, dtt.pel colds, bowels. Never sicken, weakenmavl-l- gripe. y euro headache, fever, habitual constipation 10c and biliousness. Pleaso buy and try a box Bnrglars are operating successrully in 10, i", 50 cents. Bold and of C. C. C. guaranteed to cure by all druggists. Henderson. cure ail liver liu. diiious- ncss, headache, sour stom-M Wm. TodJ, a Garrard cor.nty merGreat Music Offer. ach, indigestion, constlpa- I I chant, failed for $12,000. tlon. They act eailly, with- Merchant And Farmer Fails. PublicSale! Having sold our farm we will therefore offer at public ale on Salt-Ithcn- m Thursday, Decom'ser 16, S7, 13 y The following property, d cattle, 3S yearling cattle, (extra quality!, 1 yoke of extra work oxbh, (Jurge), 1 bull calf, (deep red). 1 steer calf; 1 venrling belt, (deep red), 40 good sheep bred in September to good bucks, 3 good brood mares, all good workers, to-wi- t: 2-- ear-ol- 1 1 1 and fine, tine nice saddle mare, extra nice yearling stallion, large rs ten-poun- Hood's all k i I out pain or cripe. (old by all druorists. 25 cents. The only H1U .'o Ulce with llood'i SartaporiUa. days-tba- car-loa-d The fol 'owing interesting letters wore lumbus, from ed Hartman, by Dr. Co- Crooks at North Amherst, O., were foiled in an attempt to rob a bank. Tho Modern Mother Ken-tucki- an Mid-chaff'- s, fcept-29-G- JFee-man3r- 17-l- m . J v. .. js r :r.i women: Mrs. L. proved more by Ihe pleasant Syrup of A. Adams, Bear Figs, when iu need of the laxative effect den, Tenn.. writes of a gentle remedy than by any otlier, "I can gladly recommend Dr. and that it is more acceptable to them. Hartman's won- - Children enjoy it and it benefits them. - derful remedies They are all any The true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is man- Hood's Sarsaparilla. It3 great power to housewife needs with the books sent ufactured by the California Fig Syrup act upon the blood aud remove every dec-- 1 m free treating on tho different ailments. Company only. impurity is the secret of the wonderful for four years, and I have used Hopkiusville de- cures by Hood's Saraspariila. An incendiary fire at it never fails to give relief if taken in stroyed a dwelling house. time. Whenever I feel done up it helps Husking bees are sharing honors with Fcr Fnouraonla. me wonderfully. In case of colds, quilting beea in the rural dsstricts. Dr. J. C. Bishop, .of Agnew, Mich , child's la grippe, if taken iu hot water, A stomachful cf undigested food is it acts like a charm. I can recommend says: "I have used Foley's Honey and it for pains in the back, cold hands and Tar in three very severe caso3 of pneu- about as unhealthy a mass as one can feet. You will save doctor bills by the monia the past month with good re- well imagine What can be done with it? use of Dr. Hartman's wonderful medi- sults." There it stays. It won't digest. It cines." clOakmakerg at New Two hundred churns up, ferments and decays; beMiss Linnie Y'erk went out on a strike. comes poisonous (as all putrid matter Wiggins, Berlin Heights, Ohio does) and cause great pain and For Silnoy .Troubles writes: "I suf disorders. than Foley's fered with ca- there is nothing better In order to change all this, takeShak-e- r tarrh of the nose, Kidney Cure, everyone who tries it will Digestive Cordial. head and throat agree to this. or thrpf vpflrs. It stops fermentation and. decay at Rogers, Leecl) & Ellis. have opened a fcflL ISRm I conld get no onco so that no more poisons are created. fl rlipf until T ha. wholesale drug house in Glasgow. It clears the stomach of prisons al T gan taking Lost. ready there. It helps it to turn the I took three V WViWr f bottles. V ' It has f Many have lost confidence and hope food thatremaius. into heathful nourish done wonders. Independent of curing as well as health, because they have ment. It strengthens the stomach for my catarrh, it has greatly improved my been told their 'Kidney disease was in the next meal. Here is tho whole general health. I cannot describe the curable. Foley's Kidney Cure is a philosophy and cure of indigestion ia a Guaranteed remedy for the discouraged few words, And what's more, it's" til change. Any one suffering from catartrue. Try it. rh and knowing that it can be cured and disconsolate. Shaker Digestive Cordial in for sale would be very unwise not to take Dr. are being held Merchants' carnivals by druggists, price 10 cents t) $1.00 a Follow directions. Hartman's advice. in the towns in t;he Purchase. bottle. It does the rest." i. Dr. Bell's Piiie Tar Honey is an Drug ManufacAddress The new dynamo for the' Glasgow The the list of the world's electric light plont has been"DJUght. turing Company. Columbus, Ohio, for a most valuable niedicines, Harmless in free book entitled "Vinter Catarrh." 'Ask your druggi3t for a free Peru-n- a ils nature, yetJ!almost infallible in its The person who disturbed Uie congre action, it is undoubtedly theinost effica- gation last Sunday by coughirg, k reAlmanac for 1803-ot curing quested to call on Perrv & Ttiosias aad cious means kuown get a battle of Foley's Honey, and Tar, Columbia's new "paper is thefNeWs eouj?liei coldj apd:kiadred dlswees. J z.t ir.t JL. . i weditable'Tf eekjy;. .;, r .U a aad k's aydfY ' -a w - f; . r v -. v r Pe-ru-- thankful Ohio, lias found that her little ones are im- Aching: Joints Announce the presence of rheumatism is due to lactic acid in the blood. It can not be cured by liniments or oth er outward applications. Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies the blood, removes the cause of rheumatism and permanently cures this disease. This Li the testimony of thousands of people who once snfler-e- d the pains of rheumatism but who have actually been cured by taking very extra mare mule colts, 2 medium mule colts. Also a lot of farming implements, I two-howagon, 2 ox carts, 1 large slide, McCormick binder, 1 roller, 1 cornplanter, used only two se.stns, I Itandall harrow, 1 w'heat drill (Kend Oliver ilows. tucky), 3 No. 20 G or 8 double shovels, 2 Brown cultivators; double trees, single trees, and otlier farming implements. Also from S00 to 1,000 shocks of very fine fodder, well tied up, and 50 acre Send us the names and addresses pasture to feed it on with plenty of g water. or three or more performers on the good Terms given on day of sale. Sale to piano or organ together with 10 cents 10 o'clock, on premii.es 21 miles begin in silver or postago and we will mail south at Kingston, iu Madison countv, of of full sheet music, Kv. you ten pieces G J. WHITE & SOX." 2 re left-hannever-freezin- 1 large worker, 8 well bred jacks, from 1 to old, 2 jack colts; 1G well bred IS shoats, 5 Poland China brood tows. 1 red boar, 2 Poland Chiia boars, filly, sntldler, iH4s, mare mule, extra consisting of popular songs, waltzes, At thesame time and place the unmarches, etc., arranged for the piano dersigned will sell a lot of highly bred organ. Address Popular Music harness and saddle horses, and nov3-2Co., Indianapolis, Ind. Brown Oaks, 2:30, old, dam to-wi- t: Hambletonian mare. old, 2:30, by Belle Wilkes, I want to rent a farm of 25 or 30 Belmont Wilkes. 1 Combined sorrel gekling, by Emacres to be put in corn on the shares. Farm Wanted. dec-l-- m peror Wilkes. Would like to have enough grass for 1 filly by same, well broke. about four head of stock. "Would 1 gelding by same, well want moderately good house, barn broke. 1 Combined saddle and garden. Anyone desiring to 1 Saddle brood mareand harness mare. and colt. rent such farm will address me at 1 Combined saddle and harness colt, A. B. Haley. Kingston, Ky. old. Terms on day of sale. nev24 4t decJ-3D. W. TRIBBLE. w dec-l-- m LOUISVILLE Trustee's Sale OF deep-seat- ed MT kmi . LOOISYILLE, KY. County Farm! dec-l-- m American J mW a. ni Plans, As trustee of the Richmond Drn? Co.. I win otter at public sale to the highest bidder nhat is known as the Joe Merritt (arm, contain 1st Acres of Land, situated in Garrard county, Ky., on the waters of Paint Lick Crect. two miles south of Kirksvillo and three miles nest ot Paint Lick depot, on 1 3ff spending-the Ei?op Wednesday, December 8, 1897, Between the hours of It and 12 o'clock, on Ue ry premises. On this farm there is a good residence containing halls, porehen.kitet-e- n; and all necessaxr Including stables and tobacco Darns, suQcient to house S acres ot tobacco. There U also two good tenement houses, store houses and o on the farm. The farm is in a high ittte ot cnltir&tion. a large portion ot it being tine tobacco land and adjoins the lands ot W. B. Ad-a, Mrs. Maggie Korris, O. J. Hendreti, D. C. Pullias and others, and containing 151 rrres of land exclusive of of an acre of what is known as the Merritt grave yard, and to be reserved. is TERMS. The above farm will be sold on a credit ot six, twelve and eighteen month., three equal payments, bearing legal interest boa January 1, 1896. The purchaser win be required to execute bosd wka good secniiiraBd a lien will be retained upon said lasd satS. an the purchase laeaey is paid. Poaugsgtaa givea January i, own. two-stopost-ofScone-eigh- th dec-l-- m The Ladies' Restaurant is the finest in the city. Every convenience for ladies city. Gentlemen's Cafe on Office floor. da' in the Pe-ru-n- a Pe-ru-n- a MUSIC: Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evening. to-d- ay I "v er '' -- j -- ,- .fj vi .irt.i TIOS. 1 ieel-I- y Cr MULL1U1M, MANAGER. BGrtt-fe- r- .U F. powis, ? -- - a a iJ TSljj Last Friday's dispatches contain Mixed nuts 12J cents per pound this information of interest to all citiMargolen's. 1S97. WEDNESDAY. DEC. 1, - zens of Madison : The Richmond, Nicholasville, IrTho Deestric Skule will bo pre- Panic-Stricke- n Teachers and vine and Beattvvillo railroad has sented hero by local talent on Decemsaved my child's life in an Children Flee From been sold again. It is the culmina O Advertisements will be received c- ber 14th. attack of tion of the dissatisfaction expressed the Building. by THE CLIMAX with the guar-- 1 Brutus Bogie, of Ituthton, and Minby some of the at the actO antee that its circulation exceeds jg nie Scarborough, of Buckeye, were marion of their committee, which bought O that of any other paper published c ried at the bride's home last Thursday. the road October 11th for $301,000, in FIRE EASILYEXTINGUISHED. Sa in Hichmond. c stead of selling it for $300,000, which Union Thanksgiving services were G. H. FR'ANKLIN, c held at the First Presbyterian church, Bedford Springs, Va. was bid by another party. The last THE ENGINE THAT WORKS purchaser is Mr. Adolph Segal, a and were conducted by Rev. Timber-lakBOTTLES, 50c Mrs. O. W. Hisle is very ill of pneuwealthy brewer of Philadelphia. The THE MACHINERY OF THE of tho Baptist church. consideration was $250,000, which is monia. Quail Suffered In Laurel County. Mr. Wm. 11. Crane will be at Lex$50,000 less than he bid at the auction Stoufler sells clothing cheaper than ington Saturday, December 11th, preA party composed of Messrs. P. B. sale last October. The papers were anybody. senting his latest and most successful Broaddus, Sam Biggerrtalf and Dr. C drawn up yesterday and signed by all C. Hooker returned Saturday from the A new stock of buggies, etc. at play, "A Virginia Courtship." interested people. They will be John Donelson's. Laurel county, where they spent three presented before Judge Burr Collector Yerkes will appoint J. G. days in search of quail, and their Louisville Dispatch head quarters Sebastian, of Booneville. Owsley county, to be confirmed. .TAXED TO ITS UTMOST CAPACITY. search was not in vain, for they had at Hagan's Drug Store. to the distilleries' desk in the lovenue It will be remembered, that after on exhibition Sunday 120 of tnese many efforts to sdl tho' road, and Oysters, celerv and cranberries al- ofllce. He is a Republican, and will birds. They report seeing not less after the date of sale had been changed succeed W. I Crutcher, Democrat. TO GET THIS GREAT BARGAIN MART READY FOR THE FALL CAMPAIGN. ways fresh at Gus Margolen's than 1500 during their three days many times, October 11th was finally The friends of Mrs. J. F. Stone are hunt, and claimed to have killed 207. settled On December 16 G. J. AVhite & uiion, and on that date D. notified that she is engaged in trimWe do not doubt the veracity of these 1G. Son's sale ol Stock, December Shanahan, J. N. Walker, of Pitts. Already they are unloading at our door, ear load after car load of boxes filled with new Yesterday morning about 8:30 an gentlemen, ming for Mrs. Lucy Maun, on Main but being perfectly famil- burg; the Sheffler Bridge Company, alarm was turned in at the fire de- iar with Fall Bargains for our customers and friends. Some of these boxes are almostlarge enough Stouffer is theoldest clothier, furnishstreet, opposite Blanton's coal office. hunters, we will only vouch of Pittsburg, and II. P. Hanger, of is almost impossible to pass the streets for small dry goods stores within themselves. er and Hatter in the city. Ladies need no assurance that these partment, and in a short time it was for tho number they brought home. Richmond, as a committee, bought in front of our store. fashionable milliners have no supe- ascertained that Caldwell High School During their stay in Laurel they The Louisville Dispatch will herethe R., N., I. & B. for $301,000. At was on fire. were the guests of Mr. P F. Stillings, that timo the after be sold at Hagan's Drug Store. riors in Richmond, and their prices committee believed they The fire department were quickly at brother-in-lagoods aro without a peer, and of Mr. Broaddus. No Tariff added, no Bad Debts, nothing to cause our owned all the lien claims against the Our shelves, our leges, our upstairs department, our baseKev Neal, of "Winchester, has been the school and ready to drown out nov3-9customers and friends to pay an advance on a single article ment and attics are all bending and groaning under the property. The Richmond and Irvine tho flames, but fortunately Mr. Rich"Flew 'De Coop." called to the Christian church at Speedbought from us this season. enormous weight of the great stacks of goods pi!ed on them. Circuit Conrt. well. ardson, tho janitor, had extinguished Some four months ago a man named Construction Company had made an Circuit Court assembles next Monday. the blaze with a small hose. Porter Walker came here from Georgia assignment of claims to the commitTBfc at uls l Stouffer sells clothing cheaper than e 237 old equity cases, 31 equity appearstockholders The children were as General Agent for the National tee, but a meeting anybody- You will find our prices much lower than ever, as we don't employ an unexperienced ances, 17 ordinary appearances, G9 crim- and it was evident to Principal Clark Kitchen Cabinet Co He had a couple of the construction company was buyer to lay in our stock. Each and every article that fill our shelves and piled up on our J. W. Bales shipped 8 cars of ex- inal and only 30 divorce cases! that it was useless to attempt to open of men named Terry and Cole who called, and they declined to ratify counters has been selected with great care by a buyer who has had years of experience; port cattle Saturday for which he school again after the fire had been worked for him. They were hustlers such an assignment. Giant Cattle tor England. who knows a "good thing when he sees it." 4 cents. paid It was finally decided to open negoextinguished, so all the pupils were and disposed of a large number of the Mr. L. T. Quisenbury, of this county, tiations with Mr. Adolph Segal, who sent home. Oranges, bananas and apples at Cabinets, the rights for several counsold to "General" Black 2 head of cattle The fire originated from one of the ties and finally for the entire State while at tho sale on October 11th had bid Great stocks of Calicos arc piled up on the streets and Our campaign against high prices this season will be the lowest prices, can be found at Gus which weighed exactly 4,470 pounds, in the store and some of the very best brands are only 31e hot flues passing too near a wooden here. The Cabinet is really a good $300,000, but was outbid by the comper yard. Bring your wagons and load up. We don't which arc to be shipped by Nelson Mor- floor. hottest fought battle in the hMory of our business. We thins and they did a fine business. Ev- mittee, who offered $301,000 and got offer you one yard at this price, but 1,000 yards if you Col. D. W. Tribble's sale of stock ris to London. the property. All this is well known, want them. erything went on all right until lest set the pace for competition and lot them follow. Prices 22 Years Ago. December 16 at G. J. "White & Son's Notice. week when Mr. Waller left, saying he having been published at the time. sale. See ad. In looking over an issue of the InWhen the committee learned Blankets of all descriptions, bought in I will for ten days only make one terior Journal published on this date was going to Lexington. Nothing was dissatisfaction of the other of the lots. As Canton Flannels,, bought direct from mills in solid car sausage at W. Best meat and we have two great stores to buy forvecan save ourctis-tomethought of the matter until he failed to dozen cabinet photographs for SI; one in 1S75, we find that hogs were selling turn up some days it simply made a report of the many a "Hard Earned Dollar" on Blankets. We Shearer's meat shop, First street. lots. A tjreat saving to our customers, as we can sell them latter. Upon invesbozen half cabinet at 75 cents, and atGJi to7,cattleat4tooJ, wheat afcfl-1- 0 sell them a nice white bed blanket, 10-- size, large enough nov22-2mtigation it was found that he had not salo to tho court, but did not ask for one 14x17 crayon for fl. All work for any bed, at 4So per pair. and mules at $85. In the same paper to you at letail and give you wholesale prices. paid his sub agents, his Hvorv bill, etc. a confirmation, which would probably Tlio demand for the Louisville guaranteed. Respectfully, notice is made of the purchase by Elhave precipitated matters. Hence is Jamks Gkinxan, Dispatch is steadily growing here as der Jos. Ballon of his home on the Dan- It also said that he drew several hun- when tho stockholders of the RichThe new Braids, the new Trimmings, the prettiest Silks, the newest things in Dress dred dollars out of tho bank, cashed a Gallery opposite Karing's mill, Main ville pike from Mrs. Parmelia Hughes everywhere else. Goods, in patterns or by the yard, are to be had in our Dress Goods Department, "Our number of notes, etc His creditors mond and Irvine Construction Comstreet. for $5,300; the death of Greenup Jones pany began negotiations with Mr. See Stouffer for cheap overcoats. Brag" Department. m is announced and the marriage of J. attached his trunk, a horse, and several Segal they were not oppo&ed, so far as Wheat. of the cabinets, but these will go but C. Florenco to Miss Emma Davison, could bo learned, by tho committee Wheat went up in Chicago Friday to Bell Wilkes. 2:30, by Belmont little ways in paying off the bills. After the negotiations had continued Small wears and notions of all kinds in large quantities The most elegant things to be had anywhere in suits or Wilkes, is to be sold December 16. $1 per bushel and closed at 99 cents. which occurred on the 16th. Stan- Winchester Democrat. are to be had in this great Emporum of Bargains. If you overcoats can be found here. Our It closed on Wednesday at 95 cents and ford Journal, Nov. 23. ee ad. public sale. Mr Walker did business here for a for some time Mr. Segal agreed to need anything from a lc paper of pins to a steam suits and overcoats are the death knell to all competition. this rise of 8 cents is phenomenal and Col. Will Tevis' Narrow Escape. short while and behaved himself O. K. take the property, but for just$50,000 engine you can find it at the Busy Bee Cash Store. They fit better, thev look nicer, they wear longer and they Suits to orderat Stoufler's at ready less than he had bid on it at the pubshows that European buyers are anxare priced lower. Try a suit of our Boys' Clothing. They Col. W. T. Tevis sustained a bad while in this city. made prices. lic sale. The parlies to tho deal ious. "We have had an abiding faith fall on Saturday night, which came are double knee, double seat and elastic waist bands, warranted not to rip. Get our prices. See our Clothing. agreed to this, and Mr. Segal took an Diamond in His Mouth. Last, but not least, is our Cloak Department. We take fi. J. White & Son and Col. D. W. that wheat would go to $1.25 before near killing him. He was at Silver a special pride here, as pretty, stvlish Cloaks are greatly assignment of the bid of the commitTnbble will have a combined sale on Christinas and $1.50 by next harvest. Some of our readers will recall R. Creek, waiting for the up train, and admired by everyone and our Cloak Department is filled tee to himself, and becomes the Thursday, December 16. See ad. We are the leaders in prices on all lines of Boots and Lexington Gazette. when he heard the whistle of the lo- Hervey Hodgou, a student of Central with beautiful things. Call and look through whether you Special attention paid to this stock. Special priShoes. owner of the property. need a Cloak or not-- We will be glad to sImjw you See Stouffer for underwear. comotive he left Humes' store and University from 18S4 to '87, whose pePutting His House in Order. through the line, stock larger and more comces made all Mr. Segal was represented by Col. through. culiarities made him a target for the plete than ever. Bring in your grain bags and fill them Contractor J. W. Rymel is busy w ith made Lis way as best he could to the jests of his companions. He wore n Patterson, a attorney of his up. Prices lower than ever made. tall platform which runs parallel with Lot of combined horses, saddlers a force of hands remodeling tho hat on one ear, smoked his cigar aimed Philadelphia, who closed the deal Don't be the last one to call and see this immense stock and well broke fillies will be 6old on Heath house, next door to the Govern- the warehouse along the railroad straight at his right eye, ate pepper on with the attorneys of the committee of beautiful fall goods. Don't wait until the be-- t things with drawWe have a man's Ribbed Vest, December 16 by Col D. W. Tribble. ment building, and will have it ready track. It was pitch dark, and there his bread, allowed the boys to pound his and the Richmond and Idvine Con are selected and taken out. Fall in line and follow the ers to match, heavy weight, that we can sell.it 25c each to turn over to Dr. V. H. Hobson; of was no light to guide him, so he chest sfp ad. crowd. You will meet with a hearty welcome and be for their amusement, and did struction Company yesterday afterthat beats the world. Same that sold last season at 49c. picked his way to the platform, which Louisville, who will movo his dental waited on by polite, nice salesmen. Thanking you for Vests, with pants, winter weight, 19c, Ladies' other queer things. His eccentricities noon. All those in interest signed the Citron, prunes, dried and evaporated past patronage, we are"! office to this city, and, with his family, is about six feet from the ground. Ribbed Vests and d worth 25c. Children's order which will be presented in the reached a climax after he left college p' aches and apples at Gus' pants from 8c up, winter weight. An elegant line of lamake this his home. Mr Ilymel is After ascending the steps he turned Federal Court for confirmaRespectful!-- , dies' and gents' fine Underwear in stock at verj low prices. Don't buy your shoes until you see doing a pretty job of work, and will to tne lelt ana walked a few paces, ween he had a solitaire diamond set in tion, which will unquestionably be when he stepped off and fell heavily one oi his front teeth, from which, freeman Bros.' line; prices, S2, 3 and have it completed in ten days. given. to the ground, striking his left side on when he laughs or speaks, there flashes i novl7-lThe who will profit by Wagers Moved Out, Lackey Moved In. the glitter of a brilliant gem. We the roeds below. The fall stunned If you are going to have special Although the change of county offi- him completely, and his groans at- had not seen Hodgen for several years the sale are D. Shanahan & Co., J. S for sale during Christmas, banc cers chosen at the late election docs not tracted the attention of some boys, until we met him at the Lexington de Walker, II. B. Hanger, J. Mann, the out your hign in the Climax. Others occur until January 1, Jailer Wagers who gave the alarm, and Col. Tevis pot and we vouch for the truth of the Richmond and Irvine Construction Company, John Mitchell & Co., Craware at it. moved his family on Friday to the A. was carried to the train and brought above statement. only other case of the kind is ford & Dickason, Joseph Coyne and The - When yon want a nice pair of tan R. Burnara residence on West Main to Richmond. Fortunately Dr. Ed that of Miss Florence Hudson, of Balti- others. The liens amounted to about Lackey to move Poyntz was on the train. and b i calf, or patent leather shoes, at $2 and allowed Jailer-elec- t to Mr. Tevis' needs. He more, from w hose pearly tooth gleams a $1,000,000, hence tho price paid by the :?' and ?4, don't fail to go to Freeman his effects to the jail. The friends of diamond. Tho tooth is one of Philadelphiau will give tho both families will please take notice that is bruised from head to foot, and is Brothers. nov about twenty-seve- n cents ou apairof solid gold ones which were put whilst their residences have been suffering an injury to his side. Potts & Duerxon, of Whites Sta- changed Mr. Tevis informed The Climax into the upper jaw by means of agolden the dollar. the latch btrings have not been tion, have bought about 400 barrels removed When tho read was organized the and all are welcome. that he will sue the railroad company. bridge, and the effect is not only startof corn delivered at their mills at $2 total issue of stocks and bonds ling, but beautifnl. Joe Emliry Killed. Boyle County Is An Exception. 01 Course. por barrel. The diamond is set right in the center amounted to $,SOO,000, of which When bilious or costive eat a Cascaret, Todd Sloane, the American jockey, Merchant And Farmer Fails. At Mt. Stsrlinj; last Friday Joseph O. Editorially, and with a slight of the tooth, which is a large one, and $2,375,000 were in bonds. Tho holders randy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. The nicest and cheapest lot of tan, won two more races in England. William Todd, one of tho most mayo lyr box calf, enamel and patent leather Euibry was shot and killed by L. A. show of Pharisaical superionty, the the jewel occupies about half of the of the 6tock and bonds lose all they "Only The Ueit' put in tho investment, since all the prominent farmers, merchant and Stull over a division of their crou of to- Danville Advocate says: front surface. The tooth was practically Diptheria is abating in Henderson. shoes in tt wn at Freeman Bros ; prices bacco in which the latter was interested, "The Louisville papers will please made around the diamond, which is money paid for the property goes to stock raisers of Garrard county, has Should be your motto when you need ' nov S and $4. assigned. Liabilities, $12,000. Assets a medicine. Do not be induced to take holding a tenant's portion. The dead bear in mind that there have been therefore visible on both the Tetter, and Uczema. and satisfy tho lien claims. Brown Oaks, the 2:30 trotter by man was a brother of Mrs. E. H. Field, no toll gate mobs in Boyle county nor The road will be operated by Mr. unknown. Cause, inability to collect any substitute hen yon call for Hood's The intense itching and smarting inciback of the tooth. Having "sold our farm we will Bud Crooke, will be sold on Decem- and an uncle of Mrs. John F. White, of large amounts long overdue. it expected that there will be. offer at public le on Sarsaparilla. Experience has proved it dent to these diseases is instantly allayed Miss Hudson glories in a set oi very Segal.' He has already made arrange Eye and by applying Chamberlain's ber 1G. Ho is by Bud Crooke, dam this city, and formerly resided iu this Boyle county expects to have free large and white is an honest medicine, possessing actual Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;ases teeth, and when she ments to secure funds to extend the, Cheslnut Turkey Stuffing. Ilamblctoniau mare. city, his father. Win. Embry, at one turnpikes but she intends to attain found some time ago that she would road to Beattyville, and work on the wise and have been permanently cured by it. It "Turkeys are best roasted unstuffed," and unevualled merit. Be a hard matter to keep n stock time owning Burnamwood, the home of her object in a legitimate way, and have to lose two of her front teeth she extension will be begun next spring. writes Mrs. S. T. Borer in the Christ- profit by the experience of other people. is equally efficient for itching piles and Its a favorite remedy for sore nipples; of vehicles on hand all tlio time; but Hon. C. F. Burnani, on West Main does like to bo classed with thoso determined to substitute them with solid This will be good news to Eastern mas Ladies' Homo Journal. "But peochapped hands, chilblains, frost bites 15 street. counties who have been under mob gold ones,. In thinking the matter over, Kentucky, since it means an ultimate Pills are the favorite family and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts per box. The following property, if you will leave vour order with me ple have, however, become so accus- Hood's cattle, rule" you will get what you want. however, gold appeared too conventional extension to Pineville and railroad tomed to the flavor of the stuffing in cathartic, easy to take, easy to operate. A Thousand Pound Hog. SS yearling cattle, (extra quality), Dr. Cadj's Condition Powders, are In another column we find this and she determined upon the diamond facilities for four more counties. Tho the meat of tho fowls that it seems alIt John Donelsos. 1 yoke of extra work oxen, (large), J.P.andJ.A.McCord.of White Hall, queer notice: needs when in bad just what a horse 1 bull calf, (deep reel). setting as a device to take away the dull new road to be built to BeattyilIo most impossibe to get nlong without it. as the re- conuiuon. A "Welch steamer foundered xonic, oiuou purmer iuu The Henry Batterton farm of 130 have established a new record for fat 1 "The Boyle County Fiscal Court is effect which two solid gold teeth would will bo thirty-sevemiles in length, They are not food but red),steer calf; 1 yearling Imll, (ileep vermifuge. Bread stuffing is, no doubt, the most sult of a collision off Trevose Head. hog hogs. They own a 4 year-ol- d acres, located on the Booncsboro-pikto consider impart to the mouth. while seventy miles more must be objectionable of all. Acting as a sponge in secret sesoion medicine and the best in use to put a 40 will be sold publicly on Saturday, which weighed G weeks ago 957 lbs. tne tree turnpike question. i.u par--tiPrice 25 good good sheep bred in September to Medical men say rheumatism is the horse in prime condition. The dentist declares that the sensation built to rench Pineville. One of the it draws the juices from the meat, leavbucks, cents per package. December 11. A most disirable home. It weighs now over 1,000 pounds. are anxious to settle the question created by that tooth has been wonder- richest coal, iron and timber sections ing forerunner of heart disease. Hood's 3 good brooel mares, all good werkers, it dry and tasteless. Chestnuts are Sarsaparilla cures rheumatism by its Galen White's 945 pig is as speedily as possible, and "Father" 1 nice saddle mare, See ad. if the ful, and already ho has had three orders of the State will he opened up by the much to be preferred, and, where these Eminence young men will give a not in it. The hog of the Messrs. 1 extra nice yearling stallwH, iarge It a home talent minstrel show soon. action on the blood. extension of the line. 'boys" will just have patience, their for diamond-etuddelowHats and caps latest styles and teeth, with more anu line, cannot be procured, sweet or white poMcCord is by Gentry's Berkshire pains may be relieved . The road as it now stands is a fairly within a rea- in prospect. sept 29-- m est prices at Stouffer's. 1 fine filly, saddler, Herr Pollini, the famous theatrical di- Don't Tobacco Spit and 8moko Yoar Lifa Away. tatoes, or even rice, may be substituted. boar from Sedalia, Mo., its mother sonable time." good piece of paying prope'rty. It o4d, 8 well bred jacks," from 1 to a rector, died at Hamburg. tobacco using easily If you want to quit All must be boiled before using. For On Saturday, December 4, Mrs. A. being a registered Poland China sow. 2 jack colts; 10 well bred fenneHs, and forever, be made well, strong, magnetic, 'It is not believed that State troops About Trade Excursions Which Rob Our was thrown into the hands of Returkey one quart of Spanish hog 'General" Black has bought tho T. Million will hold an examination of IS shoats, Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the full of new life aud vigor, tako Merchants. will be needed in Boyle, although a genceiver MacLeod in 1891, a few months tnat makes weak men 5 Poland China brood sows. or two quarts of common chestnuts will finest liver and bowel regulator ever the thos who desire free tuiiim in the for shipment. days. countleman from a distant point in the strong. Many gain ten pounds In ten 1 red boar; 2 Poland China boars, Tho Harrodsburg Democrat says: after it was completed, at the demand be required. Shell, blanch and boil made. mayl-lNormal department of the State College of your Over 400,000 cured. Buy Birthday Every Eleven Years. 1 large ty said Friday that the "boys in his "But these excursions are doing great of the Central Trust Company of mare mule, extra Lexington turfman, is drucgist. under guarantee to cure, 50c or worker, them until tender. Drain, mash or Ed. Graves, the at Lexington. Since Mr. MacLeod has been chop fine, add a tablespoonful of butter, $1.00. llooklet and sample mailed free. Adr Mr John Doty, of this county, has neighborhood were getting powerful damage to local merchant, for it inseriously ill. 2 very extra mare mule colts, Sterling Kern edyCo.,aucagooryew York. Don't buy a suit or hat for your boy a birthday only every eleven years, restless." duces people to leave Home to spend operating the road it has been paying a teaspoonful of salt and a saltspoonful 2 medium mule colts. v ltliout seeing Stou tiers. Everybody Says So. Evidently "tho boys," editorially their money. In some cases, doubtless, expenses and leaving asurplus, which of pepper. Mix and stuff into the It is said Stanford will soon have anby reason of the fact that ThanksgivAlso a lot of fanning implements, 1 Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most won- other newspaper. wagon, 2 ox carts, 1 large Klder IL B. Briney of Kirksville. ing Day falls on November 25th but styled as "toll gate mobbers," are get- the money spent in the city is not right- nas been applied according to orders turkev." derful medical dfscoverv of the age, pleasslide, McConnick binder, 1 roller, to place Boyle county fully their own, because they owe it, and of the court. "What change will be ant and refreshing to the taste, act gently made this offiice a short visit on once every eleven years. Mr. Doty ting impatient Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys and and positively on kidneys, liver and Ixiwcls, bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. cornplanter, used only two seons. 1 luesday. Bro. B. will give Kirks- was born on Thanksgiving Day, No- in the 6an:e category "with those their action forces their creditors to wait made in the officials of the little road Handall harrow, 1 wheat drill (Kendispel colds, cleansing the entire systf-mmavl-ld euro headache, fever, habitual constipation 10c Oliver 4ows, tucky), 3 No. 20 ville twothirds of his time next year. vember 25, 1853, and therefore lias counties which have been under mob indefinitely before getting what is due will not be known, of course, for some and biliousness. Please buy and try a box them. Too many people pay cash in time, but it is likely that those who Bnrglars are operating successrully in 6 or 8 double sbo els, 2 Brown cultivahad but four birthdays since that rule." See? Lexington Messenger. Sold and 10, 23. 50 cents. of (J. C. C. tors; double trees, single trees, and other guaranteed to cure by all druggists. He is a pretty spry A High Trestle Goes Down With a Train. the city and ask credit at home. Be- now have charge of its operation will Cure all liver Ills, bilious Henderson. farming implements. Clothing at prices never so low at time. ness, headache, sour stomjust the same, and last Thursday Also from SOO to 1,000 shocks of very Wm. Todd, a Garrard county mersept Freight train 43. w Inch left Richmond sides, the city merchants, it is said, keep continue under the new owner. Stouffcrs. Great Music Offer. ach, indigestion, constipafine fodder, well tied np, and 50 acre he entertained a world of friends at on Saturdav afternoon witli 20 cars and posted about these excursions and mark chant, failed for $12,000. tion. They act east It, with Send us the names and addresses pasture to feed it on with plenty of Interesting Letters. Last lecture ot the scries for the his hospitable home east of this city. 25 cent. out pain or gripeSold by all drngglsta. a caboose, went through the high tres- their wares 15 to 25 per cent higher on g water. The only I11U .'o take with Hood's SarupariUa. or three or more performers on the gooel Aching Joints benefit of the Infirmary will be given The fol'owing tle two miles this side of Winchester. the days that these country people are Terms given on elay of sale. Sale to Pleased With Texas. interesting letAnnounce the presence of rheuma- piano or organ together with 10 cents begin at 10 o'clock, on premises 21 miles house, December 19. Belle O., were at the court iu their midst, Crooks at North Amherst, The engine and two box cars passed dumped Dy the ters were reMr. C. Maupin, better known as safely over, tism is due to lactic acid in the blood. in silver or postaRO and we will mail south of Kingston, in Madison countv, Boyd, the famous woman Confederate but the 16 cars of coal and and the buyers pay more for shoddy by Dr. foiled in an attempt to rob a bank. ceived G J. WHITE & SON.' recently went to It can not be cured by liniments or oth you ten pieces of full sheet music, Kv. spy, Mill be the attraction. "Cull" Maupin, who goods than a better grade could be Hartman, Cotwo of lumber crashed through to Tin Hodcrn Hothcr er outward applications. Hood's Sar- consisting of popular songs, waltzes, Texas to hunt wolves on the ranch of ground 65 feet below and there lay the bought for at home." lumbus, Ohio, place the unin At the time If I havn't what you want give me Messrs. AVatts & Walker, at Emma, from thankful Has found that her little ones are im saparilla purifies the blood, removes the marches, etc., arrangeel for the piano dersigned same sell and of highly bred Therefore buy in Richmond, if you will a lot Lawful wreckage. The accident was your order subject to npproval. women: Mrs. L. proved more by the pleasant Syrup of cause of rheumatism and permanently and orgaa. Address Popular Music harness and saddle horses, to-- it : Texas, writes back that he is delight- caused by insecure trusses temporarily sell in Richmond. John Donelson. A. Adams, Bear Figs, when in need of the laxative effect nov3-2olel, dam Brown Oaks, 2:30, cures this disease. This Is the testimony Co., Indianapolis, Ind. ed with the Lone Star State, notwith- erected by bridge carpenters who were den, Tenn.. writes And here comes the Danville Advonambletonian mare. gentle remedy than by any other, of thousands of people who once sufler-e- d many friends of FatherGalen standing Charley Moore's joke which The Farm Wanted. "I can gladly of a oW, 2:30, by Belle Wilkes, White will rejoice to know that he says "If I owned hell and Texas, I at the time at work on tiie structure. cate: recommend Dr. and that it is more acceptable to them. the pains of rheumatism but who Although a crew of a dozgti men were I watit to rent a farm of 25 or 30 Belmont Wilkes.sorrel gelding, by Em"Tho state press is giving a good deal JEfartman's won Chitdren enjoy it and it benefits them. have actually been cured by taking will remove to the R. X. White pro- would sell the latter." "Cull" has 1 Combined acres to be put in corn on the shares. perty, opposite the domitory about slaughtered a lot of game and says under the train at the time enly two of attention to "shopping expeditions," derful remedies They are all any The true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is man Hood's Sarsaparilla. Its great power to Would like to have enough grass for peror Wilkes. fatally injured: Warren Burch, otherwise known as cheap excursions to filly by same, well broke. 1 Christm. His son, Roy C. White, will it's the place for him. He is a son of were housewife needs with the books sent ufactured by the California Imr hyrup act upon the blood and remove every 1 about four head of stock. "Would aged 2S and John Hairis, 30, were in- the large cities. It is the unanimous gelding by same, well dcc-- 1 m only. reside with him. impurity is the secret of the wonderful wnnt moderately good house, barn broke. our esteemed friend. Dr. John W. stantly killed the former buried deep free treating on tho different ailments. Company opinion that they are detrimental to the for four years, and have used Combined saddle An incendiary rlre at Hopkinsville de- cures by Hood's Sarasparilla. Just received 3,000 pounds prunes, Maupin, of Whites States. and garden. Anyone desiring to 1 Saddle brood mareanel harness mare. beneath the tons of coal, iron and wood interest of tho smaller towns and should I 1 and colt. it never fails to give relief if taken in stroyed a dwelling house. evaporated apricots, peaches and apples rent such farm will address me at 1 Comb'ned saddle and harness colt, work. Burch leaves a wife and one be discouraged and, if possible, abolTurkey for Mark Hanna. time. "Whenever I feel done up it helps low at E Deatherage & Co.'s at startlinn A. B. Haley. Husking bees are sharing honors with Kingston, Ky. old. Fcr Pneumonia. Judge R. L. Wilinore, applicant for child who reside at Winchester. Har- ished. They are run by the railroads mo wonderfully. In case of colds, Terms on day of sale. prices. nev24 4t ris resided in South Carolina. Win. for the money that is in them and Mich , quilting bees in the rural dsctricts. postmaster at Nicholasville, is being Dr. J. C. Bishop, .of Agnew, decI-tSif D. W. TRIBBLE. a carpenter, of Richmond, sus- would not be continued if they could child's la grippe, taken iu hot water, says:"! have used Foley's Honey and A stomachful cf undigested food is Remember, an ad in the Climax roasted by the Douisville Dispatch for Durbiu, it acts like a charm. I can recommend foot, and readies those psople principally who having sent a turkey to Mark Hanna tained a mashed Hensley Hub Action be made unprofitable, and they can be it for pain3 in the back, cold hands and Tar in three very severe cases of pneu- about as unhealthy a mass as one can were badly made the source of loss instead of gain we've heard this is the only and a man named spend their money at home. And we So far as feet. You will save doctor bills by the monia the past month with good re- well imagine What can be done with it? more subscribers substantial testimonial of esteem which bruised. The wreck caused a loss of if the local organizations, which have use of Dr. Hartman's wonderful medi- sults." have three hundred OF $20,000, laid out all trains for two days, been lured by offers of a liberal comThere it stays. "It won't digest. It than any other paper published in Mad- the Ohio bo&s has received from a cines." Two hundred cloakmakers at New since Gov. Bradley sent him and disarranged the mails to and from mission to permit them to be run under churas up, ferments and decays; beison county. See? Miss Linnie Yerk went out on a strike. County their auspices would decline to have word to "Mind your own business." this city. comes poisonous (as all putrid matter Wiggins, Berlin Fresh citron, raisins currants, Cuf, The escape of the train crew was a anything to do with them. The small Forllidaoy .Troubles Heights, Ohio does) and cause great pain and view of Hanna's officious meddling nuts of all kinds, and all other ingredi- In our Legislative affairs last winter it lucky one. Conductor Sorrell and two profit these organizations make out of writes: "I suf. LOUISVILLE, KY. disorders. in there is notbing better than Foley's fered with caents, at E. Deatherage & Co. brakemen were iu the caboose, and while these excursions does not compensate As trustee of the Richmond Drag Co., I trill would give some hungry Republican a otter at public sale to the highest bidder what tarrh of the nose, Kidney Cure, everyone who tries it will , In order to change all this, takeShak-e- r n you have looked at the good chance for something from Gov. not hurt they were probably nearer in- for the pernicious effect the spending of is known as the Joe Merritt farm, contain 1st Until Digestive Cordial. head and throat agree to this., Acres of Land, situated in Garrard connty, Ky., for tlirpfl vpnrs. style and costs of the barouches phae- Bradley if he would send Hanna a tur- stant death than men evex were to es- money away from home has upon local stops fermentation and decay at It on the waters of Paint lick Oeefc. two miles 4Bk cape with their lives. HiVi T ,S!,!.l nt m Rogers, Leech & Ellisjiave opened a once so that no more poisons are created. south of Kirksville and three miles west of merchants, nor is it believed that those tons and road wagons at S. L. keybuzzard. on American Paint Lick relief until I be wholesale drue house in Glasgow. JvftL-- RKVi The escape of the engineer and fire- persons who take advantage of them you can never ba sure that It clears the stomach of poisons algan taking J? .S-&VCol. Campbell Turned Topsyturvy. Wednesdayr December 8, 1897, also a lucky one. Had the save anything. A little reflection will man was have examined the newest, Lost. ready there. It helps it to turn the f I took three A VtKPT Plus. Between the hoars of 11 and 13 o'cloci, on tt buyer that Enrouto to see his Clark county crash come before the engine was off convince the 0 cheapest and best styles of vehicles. Dottles. It has V Many have lost confidence and hope food that remains, intohenthful nourish On this farm there is a (rood on Saturday and as ho was as- the bridge they would not have Jived they can buy articles', that are not out- done wonders. Independent of curing as well as health, because they have ment. It strengthens the stomach for residence containing halls, porcr.es, kitchSee Stoufler and save money on girl en; and all necessarytale. Engineer William side of the ordinary run of trade, from cending the hill just beyond the river to tell the the next meal. Here is the whole The Ladies' Restaurant is the stables and tobacco barns, sufficient Including clothing, over coats and underwear. my catarrh, it has greatly improved my been told their Kidney disease was to hoose locaL merchants at prices as low as are general 23 acres of tobacco. Thore is also two good at Boonesboio, a boy ran by and Lane was at the throttle. Foley's Kidnev Cure iB a philosophy and cure of indigestion in a cannot describe the health. I finest in the citj tenement noases. store nouses ana wrecking crews were immediate offered in the cities, and they have frightened the horse which .Mr. R. D. Two remedy for the discouraged few words, And what's more, it's all on tne larm. Tne rami is in a high st Robert Lanier sold to Anso War- Campbell was driving with the result ly sent to the scene, but there was little. neither railroad fare nor hotel bills to change. Any one suffering from catar- Guaranteed te. Every convenience for ladies cultivation, true. Try it. disconsol baccolanda place, located on the ihat the buggy was kicked to pieces that they could do. It will take weeks pay. The difference in price, even if it rh and knowing that it can bo cured and ner the Isom spending-th- e Shaker Digestive Cordial is for sale day in the is.', Mrs. Maggie Norris, O. J. Hendren, D. C. Merchanta'J'carnivals are being held two miles above Ford, contain- and the driver thrown out. Dick fo repair the bridge and and a new one should be in favor of the city merchant, would bo very unwise not to take Dr. ruiiuis anu vfcucra. auu cunutuuns acres or river, by druggists, price 10 cent to $1.00 a of as. acre of land exclusive of city. ing SO acres, the price being $1225. says he thought he had fallen from may ha7c to be built. The cars which is a minor consideration. The local Hartman's advice. Follow directions. in the towns ia the Purchase. what is known as the Merritt grave yard and bottle. It does the rest." is to be reserved. from his brother, grace sure enough when heJound the droppod through the bridge are totally merchant depends upon your patronage Mr. Lanter bought TEEMS. The above farm will be sold on a J)r. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is an Drug ManufacAddress The tlio Glasgow Gentlemen's Cafe on The credit of six, twelve and eighteen moatos, three place remains of his vehicle piled up on his demolished and will be almost a total for his sustenance and "when that ia John "Old" tauter his the list of the world's electricnew dynamo for eqnal payments, bearing legal interest from. floor. Otfice turing Company Columbus, Ohio, for a light plont has beenjbought. on the Dunbar branch, 2 miles from body and the horso kicking and loss. Tfce pHrthsscr will be reJanuary l, withdrawn he suffers and the community free book entitled "Winter Catarrh." most valuable? medicines, Harmless in MUSICk- - Tuesday, Thurs quired to exeeate bond with geai security d Brookstown, for $1200. The passenger train came up to the suffers with blm.Re member that a Ilea win be rtteteed pea mii lamt uaiUlall The person who disturbed 'the congreits nature.--! vet almost infallible in its jumping like a young Broncho. Unday and bunuay the purchase wmey Is paid. Pomeeatea gives Ask your druggist for a free Pe a evening. action, It is undoubtedly the most effica- - gation last SuniBy by coughing, is re An elegant line of tan, box cali, en- daunted he secured another team and scene of the wreck a half hour after it the growth and prosperity of your to.jrn Almanac for 1808. January J, nee depend upon the success of its business oi curing quested to call ortfPerrv & Thoaaa aad cioua means utnown amel and patent leather eboes. at Pee-ma- n continued on his journey, looking occured aud the passengers were transMULLIGAN, TE0S. , r get a bottle otFetey'a Honey and Tar, is theMaWi feoHRhs, cojds and kiadred dleweea'. $2, $3 and somewhat worse for wear, but still in ferred lo another train which took them interests and govern yourself accord- 3ros. at . ir- -t Oj i i r'i. MANAGER, toCacinnati. . very creditable weekly; &&d n'e gllfW reiKH, aqv tho ring. (MTflS Ideel-i- y $4. t L"V . - V If Kj i --APr . " Xat-G- The Richmond Climax. Auction Monday. at tho New York Store next Mwll M School oi -- Fk "Iiipp') fccrrg Pectoral R., H., I. & B. Sold Again. PJB - - croups lion-holde- The Throttle Thrown Wide Op e, HALF-SIZ- E sppt-29-6- Busy Bee Cash Stores It !SfS sn sept-29-G- m w w 4 a sept-29-G- m panic-stricke- of-th- Mar-golen- 's. ii M 100-pa- ir lien-holde- rs M o fg 4 f. " I s sept-20-G- J M tailor-mad- e, satin-line- d full-grow- n sept-29-Gi- n - JPCv sept-29-G- m well-know- fleece-line- d, fleece-line- d fleece-line- i m lien-holde- rs s -- w. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. head-ministere- d 17-l- half-car- lien-holde- rs H ublicSa le! e to-w- it: t-- 17-l- Salt-Rheu- m L lnayrageriM, I n e, to-d- es il 1 ten-pou- wonder-worke- r, y New-Yor- sept-29-G- m two-hor- se 1 four-year-o- ld 29-G- Hood's Pills - , y left-han- never-freezin- car-loa- d w Pe-ru-n- a dec-l-- m 1 dcc-l-- m LOUISVILLE HOT Trustee's Sale Ken-tucki- an deep-seat- ed bit Fan! dec-l-i- Mid-chaff'- s, aii a. u Impi two-sto- ry sept-29-6- post-offi- dec-l-- m Jt-f- t one-eigh- th Pe-ru-n- a Pe-ru-- 70-ac- ro 1 -- ls. ru-n- , to-u- popular-prices- Colambia'-BOW;pape- - 17-l- m i tf ". "ri'V ;- L .WsF.-POWIt- t.fli.--ir- 1 BQTie-3v- .- fes "i m -- iC- & sr. .A ; p'jr ::SADDLERY.:: o - , MMMMMMMM MM! Jesus Christ. The Richmond Climax. 6. To furnish I w o To Six Questions Propounded By a Minister. k IB iiiii u Liver. Stable. At Walter harness, cheaper All kinds ol hand-mad- e than can be bought any where in Richmond. Qive us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction feb21-t- f guatantcd. Geo. White. Sound Lungs "A year aco I had a lone spell of fever that BetUed In my lnncs and caused a severe cough, ily physicians thonsbt I would not recover, but Dr. Hell's stopped tbe cough at once and soon restored me to health." GEO. A. ALLEN, Clear Springs. Ky. ii arc kept sound and weak lungs are made strong by Dr. Beia'S a scientific remedy of the most wonderful' efficacy in all lung affections. Ptne.-Tar-Hon- "Can a Man be a Christian And at the Same Time be Successful in. Business?" Conscien-tiou- s Tne excellent sermon by Rev. Jasper K. Smith, in this city, recently, on tho subject of I'ractical Religion In Busi-ll- es E VjBJpjy J& a 4 4 o o PINE-TAR- - DR. BELL'S attracted deep attention. Somewhat ak'ii to the subject is this narrative fiom the New York Sun : HONEY is a certain specific for coughs, colds, sore throat, bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough and croup. Price Be, 50c, and II a bottle. At all druggists or sent upon receipt of price by E. E. SotlfrUil HrHeiM bh, Mnk, 27-- 20 Ths Speediesl Horses, :fSESSL The Finest Rigs," The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- I. HREB TORNADO EE,- tention, The Cheapest Prices., The Favorite Stable. Fire Insure jour homes and business propert3" against 0 Tornado. I represent two of the most reliable Insurance Companies Telephone Your "Cousin," in the United States and reP. B. BROADDUS, spectfully ask for a share of patronage. ur Hunley's Old Stand. No. 26. UEO. W. KILEY ONE Of OF 33 Je2-l- y S. R ROCK, 26', Sec. Street. 'Up Stairs). TWO WAYS. the Rev. Roberts 11. of the AVayne Street Wick, the uastor Reformed Church in Jersey City, sent a circular letter to 200 representative citizens asking them to answer bix questions which he inclosed, and statin); that lie proposed to use the answers as texts fot a series of 6ix sermons. Tho questions were: 1. "Why do so many meu of good moral and business standing maintain an attitude of indifference toward tho Church? 2. What influence in our community has the most debilitating effect morally upon our young men? 3. "What do you regard as the greatest enemy of our home life? 4. Do you think, in view of our present methods of business, that a man can be a conscientious Christain and at the same time be successful in business? 5. What can the churches do to lessen the amount of vice and crime? 0. What can the churches do to more effectually hold and help the young meu betw cen 18 and 25 years of age? Mr. Wick lias received a large number of answers, many of which were from persons who had read the questions m the newspapers, and he is now digesting them for his sermons, the first of which will be preached next Sunday evening. One man, evidently a scofferat religion, sent these answers on a postal card: weeks ago To places where they may bo religiously amused. The answers give as the greatest enemy of home life; Seloons, 22; clubs, 18; lack of family unity, 12; failure on the part of parents, 9; selfishness, 5; loss of pleasure and excitement 5; poverty and fenr of it, 5; overcrowding of flats and tenements, 3; false ideas of marriage, 2; bicycle, 2; Sunday newspapers, 2; politics, gossip ignorance, religious indiiTorenco, bad tom-pand dyspopsin, 1 each. A lawyer's answer to question 1: 'Preachers do not interest tho people. They lay aside the Gospel for subjects which are more apt to please. Tho people grow tired of politics seven days" in tho week." A man whoso business is not stated answers question 2 thus: "The sensational newspaper and the lack of proper home influence duo to tho cosmopolitan method of living which is found in our large cities." One answer to question 3 is:- "Too many social functions. Parents never at home. Children neglected and left to nurses. Disregard of marital vows. Children in streets at night." In answer to question 4 a lawyer writes: "Any business man of New York who is frank with you will tell you that the prevailing motto is that every man is out for the stuff." er THE CURFEW HERD IN EVANSTOM. Church Bells, Fire Bells, Locomotive Bells, And Engine Whistles Announce The Inauguration 0! The New York Law In The University City. RUN DRIVES THE BOYS FROM THE STREETS Chicago Record. I ru , ,JjB PLEASE M mm TRY ii wnJimwa J"i' -- ww..- - - - - -- .o.....-- -- .l .,- - . ' til I i - Queen & Crescent change of time December 5. Fast winter service noes into effect. Increased train service, bee time tables for full information. BIMETALLISM A ABROAD. Remarkable Admission Made by Monomelallist. a Gold i ii! Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends Wright's Celerv Capsules. The bladder was created for one purShelbvville, Kv., May 26, '9G. To pose, namely, a receptacle for the urine, Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: and as 6uch it is not liable to any form Gents I liave purchased a box of ot disease except by one or two ways. VTricht's Celery Capsules from G. X. Middelton. druggist, and used them for The first way is from imperfect action of Sour Stoma,'h, Torpid Liver and Const i the kidneys. The second way is from pation and found that they cave me im- careless local treatment of other diseases. mediate relief every time. 1 think it an CHIEF CAUSE. excellent remedj . LTnhealthy urine from unhealthy kidYours very truly, neys is the chief cause of bladder 9 Geo. W. Rilev. tioubles. So the womb, like the bladder, was created for one purpose, and if A not doclored too much is not liable to AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE IHeastjti ailing Mem weakness or d'eease, except in rare cases. JLIl. orx, JmpotencT, Sleeplesae, etc , caused bj- Abuse cr other xceea and Indis- It is situated back of and very close to cretion. Tliey quickly end eurctu the bladder, therefore anv pain, disease rrstcr Iort itaJitx in cldoryounj and xor Knay, opsin ess or xnam&ea. WUs& x.i a man end if or inconvenience manifested in the kidlrcvat tasra m tim. Thir ce ftboTrs immediato neys, back, bladder or urinary passage is end effects a I UE trhero all other foil In rename Ajar fa mom tbouiwind'heand will cure too.Tablets Thej often, b' initake, attributed to female burn cared Wociro written frirrontp locrfloctacnro Cn pTC in each case or refund tha money Price SU V I Ot jxt weakness or womb trouble of some sort. pocLazc, or six i k foil treatment for JiSO. By The error is easily made and may be as laaii, ia pioin wrapper wm rtcipi or price tircuicr ln AJAX REMEDY CO., easily avoided. To find out correctly, Ctlap, For sale in Richmond Ky by Hajran & set your urine aside for twenty-fou- r I3b3-lHerndon hours; a sediment or settling indicates kidney or bladder trouble. The mild 50 YEARS' and the extraordinary effect of Dr EXPERIENCE Swamp-Hoothe ereat kidney and bladder reiutdy, is soon realized. If you need a medicine you should have the best. At druggists fifty cents and one dollar. You may have a sample bottle o. Work for the salvation of Individual and pamphlet, both sent free by mail. Trace Marks souls and vigorous and clear testimony, Designs adand send your Mention the Cum Copyrights Slc. dress to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Uinghamton, line upon line, against siu. Anrone sending a t kelrh and description may quickly ascertain cor opinion free whether an G. Oive them work to do for Christ, X. Y. The proprietors of this paper Invention is probably patentable Communication rtrictly confidential. Handbook on Patents worK which tney can recognize as useguarantee the genuineness of this offer. eent free. Oldest aeency for secunnp patent. Patents taken throuch Mann & Co. receive ful and worth doing. rpeeiol notice, without, charge. In the A member of the Y. M. C. A. lajs the THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. blame for the indifference of business men A handsomely tllntrated weekly. Ircest dr. Long Troubles and Consumpton Can be on bkepticism and unbelief, Christian mlatlon of any KcienUHc Journal Tcr.ns, (3 a year: fonr months, L Sold by all newsdealers. Science, ahd Theosopby. His answer to Cured. MUKN & Co.3GlBro2dNew York question 2 is: ''The school of vice, to wit, To-da- MADE ME MAN 13 Consnn-iDtic- improve-mea- : apc-itir- o 11- y vMMf Kil-mer- 'b iyjEJiH Scientific American - t, Kecause they know the Church is a humbug. 2. Religion. o. Religion. 4. Certainly no. The bigger the Christian the bigger the humbug. o. Preach less religion (i. e., nonsense) and introduce brains into the Church, 0. Nothing. The Church is becoming a dead letter. It is dying out like the belief in witcheraft. thestiength of the Church is the sentiment of women and the ignorance of children, which are practically synonymous, Those aiihw ers are from a minister: 1. Recause those of the same standing who are in theChurchjormanyofthem, make the impression of indifference by their lives, so that an outsider cannot be expected to be much moved with anxiety or aspiration. 2. The absence cf any serious regard for the Church shown by their elders. 3. 1 hardly know, it depends so much on the particular community or class concerning which the question is ssked. Iu my neighborhood and among my I should say the chief enemy is pure workllincss and selfish love of pleasuie. 4. Some of my members sav yes. It takeb courage and strong faith in God, hut thej' have trusted and not been 1. y peo-dl- e The Bimetallism of London, publishes an abstract of tho report of the royal agricultural commission, which shows that this document is even more dis tinctively a triumph for bimetallism than earlier accounts indicated. Ten of the 14 commissioners who signed what is called "main report" join in a "sup plementary report" declaring that bi metallism is the one practical remedy for the depression ot agriculture. All tbe commissioners had agreed that "the chief cause of the existing depression is the progressive and serious decline in the prices of farm produce." The ten commissioners who sign the "supple mental report" take this proposition as the basis of their argument, and urge that, since the fall in prices is due to the appreciation of gold is due to the demonetization of silver, therefore the English government should combine with foreign powers to effect the of silver. What is even more to the satisfaction of birnetallists is the fact that Sir Robert Guffen, the extreme monometallist upon the commission, agrees with his colleagues that the fall in prices is due to the appreciation of gold With legard to the contention of David A. Wells and many other that the decline in the price of w heat from 1S73 to 1S9G has been due to the increase in the supply, Mr. Giffen recognizes the validitv of the official statistics, and says: "Speaking broadly, the figures clearly siitrgest that the in wheat during tho last 20 years is not due to any great growth of production in exc.'bS of the growth of the consuming population. The facts are rather the other wav; the growth of the acreage under w heat has lagged behind the growth of population." He adds: "It is a great misfortune, I consider, that some monoineUilIists refuse to recognize the general fall of prices in the last quarter of a ceutury as being, in economic language, an appreciation of gold, and as being explained by a contraction mon-ometallide-cli- Branch Office, CS F St, Washington, D. U. An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Our Headers. L. & LV. A. M. K In Effect Nov. 7, 1S96. Express for Cincinnati, I'.tris Mavsville, Win-liest- R R 0. DIVISION. jS1. er and 6.20 r. I A. M Iiiiidon,Jellico,Knoxville Fa- -t line for Cincinnati, 3 19 l'ans Winchester. K'lttland. Lancaster and P M 1.15 tanfoni. Ho a Ian. 1, Lancaster and 11.43 -- mcli ester and !.exington mail. 1.00 I vingston, Ixindon, Jcl 1.05 hico. rineviiie. 12 55 f'ast line for Livingston, A. M. m null Jincinnati. iriile, Lexington Paris, r. AEV m. 7.20 Mays- - 2.00 319 P. M. 11.43 A. SI 10:10 :05 r:30 Stanford. For fii'ther particulars call on or address, Telep oneTS. KUPEK HOOD, Agt. SOUTHERN RfllLWftY. (IN KENTUCKY) Bchednlo In effect May 2, 1897. ; EASTBOPKD tage of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer jlyT-l- y in the Richmond Climax. tain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M. C, 98 Pine street. New York, giving postoffice and express address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant advan- The distiniraished New Yort chemist, T. A. Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable 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 aWhv, will send THREE FKEE BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cured thSusands permanently by its timely nse, 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 0 says: genius. His assertion that lung troubles and "It is hard to say. The attempt to consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," turn churches and Sunoay-sclioo- ls into filed in his American and European laboratories in thousands from those cured in all parts organizations for social enjoyment will of the world. Medical experts concede that bronchial, necessarily fail. People whose aim is chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption, amusement will go where they can get which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer- of gold (as compared with a previous period of expansion,) which commenced about the year 1873. The facts are all beyond dispute. The crux of the question ib, that whereas for 20 vears before 1873, owing to the state of the gold supply and demand, the progress of invention, cheapening of means of communication, and the like influences were attended by no general fall of prices, but prices rather advanced, now, owing to low moral condition of club life, obscene the difference in the conditions of gold character of theatricals, indulgence of supplv and demand, the progress of inpassion consequent upon the rotten convention, and the like influences, have dition of society resultant from been accompanied by a fall of prices." above." To Mr. Giffen, as to bimatallists, it is A "publisher" replies to question 2 that if the supply of money thus: ''The belief that if a man only 'gets had incrersed as rapidly after 1873, there' the means lie ha3 used, the path there would have been no fall in prices. lie has trodden toachieve his success, will Mr. Giffen further admits that bimetalbe overlooked. Otherwise stated, it is the lism would result iu a general rise in notion prevalent in all circles that it is prices, but refuses to accept the belief of better to triumph basely thn to fail righ- his ten bimeiallist colleagues that this teously." general rise in prices would help farThe same man in answer to question mers, N. Y. Outlook. self-evide- The curfew rang in Evanston last night. At exactly 8 o'clock all the church bells and all the town whistles began ringing and screeching the announcement that boys and girls must get of! the streets. At the eame hour not a child could have becu found outside the pareutal roof. The weather made the first night of Alderman Stow's ordinance a success. There was no need of policemen or curfew bells to inaugurate the law. After waiting an hour for the report from some of the patrolmen Chief Bartram gave out an order that the officers might turn their attention to burglars and common drunks for the rest of the night. Had weather did not deter Alderman Stow from ushering iu his ordinance with proper ceremony. Sexton Walker in the First Baptist church had the honor of giving the first signal. Alderman Stow stood beside him and counted off the seconds before the hour came. It did not matter that prayer meeting was being held in all the churches. The Aldermvn gave the signal and immediately there was a noise like n Fourth of July celebration. Fire bells that have not rung for years joined the church bells, and whistles at tho Globe Machine Works and the waterworks helped on the din. Locomotives Dassiug through Evanston also fell in line, and there was noise that had not been equaled since Mayor Dycbe was elected. For the first time in twenty years it is'said the University clock did not strike. In the police station Chief Bartram was making preparations for booking several hundred youngsters. He called a meeting of his braves and instructed them in the art and etiquette of making arrests under a curfew ordinance. He read the ordinance. Then he gave everv man of the twenty a copy, and after parting affectionately with eacli told them to go forth and battle with the children as only the Evanston police could battle. After an hour of suspense as to the fate of the hardy patrolman the Chief sent out his order to begin less dangerous work rounding up thugs and Alderman Stow spent the evening congratulating himself that for the first time in the history of the town not a child was on the streets where he could be schooled in crime. Even the choir boys who meet every Wednesday night at St. Mark's church did not run the risk of an encounter with the new law. When they went home they went in cabs or were under the protection of their parents. Big men, too, were cautious lest they be mistaken for boys and treated accordingly. President Henry Wade Rogers went home from University Hall long before the eventful hour and did not leave again during the eveniug. Volney W. Foster does not like the law and veu ttiicd a trip over to the club house of the Back Lot Society. Friends tried to dissuade him, but he insisted and fortunately was not apprehended. In Maple avenue there was a company of 6inall boys who had planned a welcome for the officer who should interfere with their evening sport. They dug a trench and covered it with brush. Tbe officer was to be decoded into a chase, and the wicked boys reveled in the thought of seeing one of the po licemen struggling in the trench after the manner of the giant which Jack killed. The weather prevented this little enactment, but the small bovs o bring off the fun at a later date. The ordinance whicli is shaking Evanston to its foundation was passed by the City Council October 26. It provides that it is unlawful for any person under the age of 15 years to be or remain upon the streets after 8 o'clock in the winter or 9 o'clock in the summer, unless accompanied by a parent or guardian, or is iu the performance of an errand or duty. It is also declared unlawful for any parent to permit a child to be upon the streets. A fine of not more than $10 may be imposed for the violation of these regulations. No child found in the streets is to be arrested by the police until first taken home and proper inquiry made as to the cause therefor. If the parent refuses to become responsible for the child the city will send the child to a home for children. house-breaker- !: $Mj o:rr iawewMOM seotococwE:5rci",crc septl-iy CKC3frtfr -"- IwIIw 1 -- I - "2 -- 11 LJ O .i.-v- t - T Those New Wraps rv4 l5l m m r5N fcii A complete line of everything usually rSSrt k'tass harness shop, and at prices never RSi m rSVl ARE BOTH STYLISH AND BEAUTIFUL, JSlohhy found in .. before iu.u. , H atjx'pqc: snnr.ps! Unrnr p , u mi' .. .ill iZli. K.if hmrmn.. L Rugs, Etc., Etc., at all prices, just to suit the pun-n..Mr. Joe Batson, vm We have croppedcan make any kindofofWinchester. ,m.: pert saddler, who saddle needed, we 011I3- - ask your inspection to convince you. We hn cash and sell for cash, not charging- enormous prices t u up for lost debts. We also make a specialty in ivun Give us a call. RICHMOND HARNESS ( t 107 East Main St. T. M. Well,. M m , ..i,,,, .vr, - novlT-l- v Dress 'ill 's Pleatd Chiffons, m !ants The Greate st Bargains ever offered to the ple of Madison county. peo- & & And many New Trimmings, Velvets, Braids, &c. s. m WHITE & r ; ; ra GIBS R5C1 N i;k2 3" t Low Price Makers. Leaders in Ladies1 Furnishings. HTfpTfe y I Autu 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 61. Brunei Carpets from ."50 cents to 61 a yard. Straw Mattings from 12.V cents to 20 cts per yd. Men's Suits for $2.50 worth $S.0 Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00 Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. Men's Shoe; SO cents. -- Look at tli&s& Prices: ; A 5117 AC &&z a tigs, IviSi M m It is now time to discard that old pair of fi' IMTMM?? County Court Days. Bargains Now! Bargains Foreverl THR NRW YDRK STHRF. IHAV.,1 wnu 11WA1W,. A A m m UP Town Klem & Son's Old Stand. Richmon-- Ky ft T k. Vc rT" 4 Vv T- mzu ins Si prom-ise-t- tun 'You are probably met 'hoe. Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Forty iar saie, a. a n tiying to make up your mind where to buy your next pair. ADVANCE. SSPLet us help you in this Iry asking you to call on us and examine the most complete line of FALL and WINTER SHOES ever before shown in Richmond. Fine Chickens For Sale. (401 11 Freeman ros., Phone, No. 21. DO YOU PLAY CARDS? Stanford, Lincoln county, second 3 ffi oct22m Mon-dMon-dav. a Ken now socts each. MRS M. F ARBVlKLE Barred Plymouth Rock (Ct.i Siver Creek K ryuinruxrtjxnnnrijijinrm Georgetown, Scott county, third Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. NicholasvilleJ Jessamine county, third Monday. First Street, The Best Flour FRESHEST GROCERIES, WATCHMAN-FIREMA- N. VERSATILITY. it without the restraint which the church necessarily imposes. Yet there is a large class of the population, tho poor, whose great want is innocent and harmless amusements." One writer attributes the indifference to the Sunday newspaper and the Sun- ttWW.mW;XZESB L.r. Louisville At. Sheibyrllle Ar.LVrencob'c Ar. VersalKes Ar. Lexington ; wiMEdCM) Vv. LeilOitioa Ar. Versailles Ar. Shelbyville Ar. Louisville Xo. 1. 7 5am 9.10am S No. & N'O. t. Ax.La'renceb'g... lai'am fiWpm SUflpm Id 50am 7.25pm 10 10pm Na 6 No. g. Xq . 7.."0im 6.10pm a (bam 8.15am 5.3tpa! 5.28am SLJSam 6.00pm 5.45am e.seam 6.t3pm dliam, 10.55am aiipm a 00am carry Frea Observa- i47pm 8.51pm 5iam t33pni P.SOpm 4.a0pm 7.S6pm i ii a A Book H for Young and Old SS3" day bicycle run. An ''Educator's" answers are: 1. It cannot serve two masters. 2. The club. 3. The lack of unity. 5. To preach tho unadulterated Lord OUR RECORD ur we cure! Esli 1878 250,000 M m NERVOUS BLOOD tion Chair Cars. Trains Noa. I, S, 5 and 8 S J S DISEASED $ SKIN& PRIVATE DISEASES : PSBiiJII MEN f. fi '.3! B4.sr3in.vD WETBocna Ktt lltNo. ill STATIONS. No Ii. No. It T Jmm T.v IaiiibiHI Lw U.15pm 4 SUpi ia&5am 63jpm 0 aSim A f,m.hn Aw 5.25 pm 8 25am iu ara AruaroaaDcAr 4.33pm 7.35am ,74)pm U'TomiAr uurgin..ijTi iOpm 7.S5am i KSES r.iiDPn i aSGLOO YOUNG MAN EASTOUDD WCSTBOPSD. No. Ii t.NO CT I 8 fATIONS. Na rftiNo.641 7 45am Lv Louts vll Ar lUioam 8.15pm 5.47pm 9.1UamlArShelbrll Ar B.i6am C45pm ia "amlAr Versllea Ar 8.05am 4.15pm 7p-- II Midway Ar 7 41am S.36pm 7J0p-- i lilSpmlArGeoreta Lv 715am aOOpm . A3 BJDSD. WE8TBOnKD. aops I 1 when ignorant of tho tcmblo crimo you were committing. Did j ou only consider tho fascinating allurements ot this evil habit? When too Into to cvoid the terrible results, wcro your eyes oiencd to peril? Did you liter on in Wcro you cured? Do you now and then see somo alarming symjitoms? Dare you marry in your present condition? Yon know, "MKll HATIIEK, LIKE SON." If married, nro yoa constantly lit ing in dread? Is raarriase a failure with you on account of any weakness caused by early abuse or later excesses? Ilaio yon been drugged with mercury? This booklet will point out to you tho resulU of the? e crimes and peint out how our NEW JIET1101) TUEAT-MEN- T will positively euro you. It shows how thousands havo been paved by our NEW TREATMENT. It proves how wo can (1UAUANTKE TO CUKE ANY CUItAELE CASE OU NO 1AY. We treat and euro EMISSIONS, VAUICOOKLE. SYPHILIS. OLEKT, STKICTCKE. IM POTENCY, T DRAINS. UNNATURAL DISCHARGES, KIDNEY and BLADDER diseases. Sr CURED SsS rNo. tXa 5. STATIONS. 7.4oam 4.S'pm t.T Loulivll Ar lOSO.m 6.57pm Lv Verslles Ar 11.03am 7ipm ArXichlvlllAr !U5STm SuJJi;m Arlucbmo'dLv 1.05 tNo BltNo. iu&5im 7i5am 2. U.15pmi 5.30pm1 dieae? ml Iat Irrlus Lv 6.58am 4.40pm 6.05am 3.45pm L30pm . A". ktx1-- ! s. J.r LojisviUe..... Na Ar. lCnoxrille.... ... Ar Ascevllle. ......... lOMim laiopm' 7 45am 7 33pm HWprn 7 30am 1.33am 1.15pm 7 40pm 5.00am 9 10pm 9 ICam 6 00 Am t Na3. Ar.tiancah Ar. J icionrllle JacU-onvlllj 500am Ar Atlanta Ar Msroi Ar Lv Cll Ar. Uuatt noo.'a... Ar Hinnmpham.... Ar. JJer.dnn Ar. Nc m Orleans.... - Jn. l carries Free Chair car Louisville to' Lexington there connecting with Solid Veatl-- i bale Train carrying Pullman Sleeping Cars via1 . Mwjttt m ana Tdew urleans. Kfl.lurr(MtPntlm,n oiBBiJDi T ...I.im. . - WUMU CU.n.. UJUI8V1I1S HO LZHatLannnf nnil A.I.m, r t . ..la Jacksonville via Hot Springs. Ashevllle. and! f .. a Anrvi 8.10am 8.0 mm 6.05am 11.59pm 10,30am 4.45im 3.45pm; 11. 20am 9 55pm ai5am ill. 10pm ll.0m q CURES GUARANTEED Ka!i uu leans. encloring 2ostamn- - CONSULTATION Fit KB. If unable to call, write for QUESTION BLANK for HOME TREATMENT. "The Waccs of Sin" rent free bv dicsicr uxuiioa to New Or- tDaily Except Sunday. JL WHHK5K.P. AT. A.. S. Swnrr. P. T.A,, Louisville, Ky. Lexington, Ky. .TT. HOrxik. Gen. Sunt. J. M. emj it Washington. D. C. Washington. IX CJ t ,n.a.tiiM,ur.A, TtIS B. HTLOl.i.O.P.A, ' WmUngton. U C l LouteriUe, Ky. Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. XX2S. I t - W! U weakness and Louisvelle, Ky., Nov. 21. Engineer disease of the or- -' Frank Haring, who brought the Big pans distinctly feminine. Four train from North Vernou to nigld, For AS TO McCREARY'S CHANCE. this reason thousands of women go on sufhad the most frightful experience of his And none others with them fering untold torture rather than apply to a physician for help. It is" safe to say that first run on the road, The Danville Advocate has not given lif. Tt was-h- is eompaVe. All the novelties one-haof the women in America suffer the matter sufficient thought to name and he was not informed as to the thus in silence. It is all unnecessary. The reproductive orpins of women are the man, at this period, for Congress, of Echo Cut." a spot feared by directly acted upon by Dr. Pierce's Favorite "but until we are convinced that his trainmen, located near McNab's Station, GOLD, Prescription. It cures all disease and weakness oi those delicate organs. It fits a wo- name is James B. McCreary we are not Ind. As the train entered Echo Cut SILVER, man for the highest duties of her sex, wife- willing to esnouse his caudidation to the Haring blew his whistle several times, hood and motherhood. If taken during the PEARL; expectant period in makes baby's coming exclusion of any one else. We prefer to and in a second the sound of prolonged easy and safe and insures the health of the ba iu a position to support the Demo whistlingwcvidently from a train ahead child. The "Favorite Prescription" is the aiseovery ot a regularly graduated physi- crat who in our judgment will make of him in the cut, came back. He quickcian, an eminent and skillful specialist ia the best race, and if iu time is demon- ly reversed his eugine, and, with his it diseases of women. Dr. Pierce is, and has whistle throttle wide open, brought the been for thirty years, chief consulting phy- strated that the nomination of Abundance. sician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical will be the best for train to a standstill. He was completeInstitute, at Buffalo, N. Y. His ".Favorite 'the Democratic party, we will give him ly prostrated by the strain he had under- Drawing Room Lamps, FinPrescription" does away with all necessity for distasteful examinations or local treat- our cordial suport." All of which is gone. Having brought his train on to Ladies' and Gent's ment It corrects distressing and painfnl very nice, vey nico indeed. In fact the city, he was somewhat crestfallen displacements and irregularities, and cures Umbrellas what makes a where doctors fait 'fr nYaffiQT nTnonnfthe Advocate ia a mighty smooth paper. when told that the supposed warning Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical AdGov. McCreary has shown what he can whistle was simply an echo. viser not only tells you how to get well DIAMONDS, WATCIES when you are ill, but how to stay well when do and by his works we know him William Kinman was crushed to death mi CLOCKSyou are welL It contains i.ooS meres and If, however, a better man and a surer at over Over a million wo. by a street car. Louisville men have a copy. A new edition is j ust out runner can be named, we are Jor him At all prices. The reader may have a d copy over the Governor or anybody else, Long Run is the largest Baptist Assoabsolutely free, by sending 21 one-ceStanford Journal. stamps, to cover the cost of mailing only, to ciation in Kentucky. the World's Dispensary Medical Association, at Buffalo, N. Y. If you prefer a fine bill introduced-l- n The Springfield votea for bonds for WaterFrench cloth binding, embossed, scd 10 I '' Q ecaU extra, 31 ccaU ia all. the Mkeourf LeeteJatnt-- in diwmorl C -- - y works, novl7-6- w ," ., T S. fcc h i s v., Ml 34iii lf nil i ffTTTrTl tV What modest woman does not shrink from the examinations and local treatment upon which physicians insist when treatincr e2&zy . Richmond, Ky., Jan. 8, 1898. The United States Civil Service Commission announces that on January 8, 189S, an examination will be held in Richmond, Ky., for the position of watchman-firemaFrom the register established as the result of this examination a selection will be made from eligi-blresiding in the vicinity, to fill a vacancy in the position of watchman-firemain the the Federal building at Richmond, Ky., at a salary of $600 per annum. The examination will consist of a light educational test, together with practical questions, and in addition thereto applicants will be graded upon age, experience and intelligence, character as a workman and physical ability, the elements of which will be brought out in the answers made to questions in the application blank. Persons desiring to enter this examination should apply to the Secretary of the Board of Examiuers at the Internal Revenue office at Richmond, Ky., for application blanks, forms 304 and 394, which should be properly executed and promptly forwarded to tiie Commission. No applications will be accepted after the hour of closing business on Jan. 3. November 10, 1897. n. (From the Chicago Daily Tribune.) es n "Mister, please give me a few cents to buy something to eat. I haven't had a " bite for two days, and I'm But tho man had passed on. "Mister, won't you please give me a few cents to buy a loaf of bread fur me old mother? She's hungry, and there has'nt been any coal iu the house fur " But this man also had passed ou. "Mister, won't yon please give me a few cents fur me blind father! He hain't got no use of his legs, and The third man likewise had failed to yield up. "Mister, won't you please be so kind as to give a few cents to a pore orphan that has'nt got no home, and hain't had nothin' to eat since last Friday, and " can't No response. The fourth man had not seemed to hear him. "Mister, won't you please give a few cents to a man that's dyin' of thirst? I hain't had a whiskey fur three days, and I'm mighty near Thanks! May heaven bless you, sir!" Badly Frplglened by an Echo. From the Cincinnati Enquirer. These cards are of the finest make and quality. By special arrangement with ttie manufacturers, a small charge of fifteen cents per deck or two decks for twenty-fiv- e cents is made. Upon receipt of either of above amounts in money or postage stamp, plus four cents per deck 9 for postage, the undersigned will forward as many decks as desired toyouruddress. Take advantage of this opportunity to lay in your winter supply of fins cards at a small cost. Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A. C .1 0. Ry. Lexington, Ky. just issued a verv handsom playiug card to advertise its famous F. F. V. trains. The Chesapeak and Ohio Ey. has 123 ECONOMIST RANGES m Winchester, Clark countv, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Mondav. All druggists sell Dr. Miles Pain Pills. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. CANDIES, FRUITS and CAN GOODS Fitf''FfwRB&L2S 25c. Take Laxative Bromo Qninine Tablets. All KrnjK'sis rcinna tne money it it falls to Cure For sale by W. G wm te, Druggist. Rich- mond, Ky. oct6-6m At the lowest Price. ?! MILES' PAIN PILLS. "OneT cent V (-a Jicic and Xeitralgin cured by Dr. ados." C A. D. Smith scpt23-3m 6 2 r LAND FOR SALE I have 45 acres of land for sale. This land lies in the Foxtown precinct, direct on a county road, well watered and fenced, new modern honse; very productive. Can be bought cheap." Also my home place of 70 acres direct on the Foxtown aud Boonesboro pike. sept22-4J. AV. GARRISON. w Roofing, Guttering and General Draughon's Practical Business College, NashvUIe, Tenn.,or Texaxkana, Tex., or a schol- All druggists sell Dr. Miles Nerro Tlastcr-- , reputable business colmost lege or literary school in the U. S. can be secured by dcinga little work at home for the Youths Advocate, an iUnstrated journal R:i!v;:v. It 13 elevating in character, moral in tcne, and Frankfort & especially interesting and profitable to young people, but read with interest and profit by peo-p- .e cf all ages. Stories and other interesting roatttT Veil illustrated. Sample copies sent Agents wanted. Address Youths' Advocate fret In Effect March 1, 189?. j Pub. Co., Nashville, Tenn. Mention this paper. angls-l- y DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. P(SOOIG other SUriW arship in any r" FRE5: S20.00 o Cy DIcyde,Go!d Watch,CJGOLD. Diamond King, or a Scholarship in oiruirijTJirvjxjtrijTrtrtjT 1 semi-month- Mm If It's Christmas Presents You Want Job Work. What; stops Neuralgia? Dr. Mlles'-Pal- n Pills. Arr Elkhorn Lve Frankfort. EAST BOUND. I Have BSD! Them, Ii. N. i. & B, R, R. Time Table No. 20. Taking Effect day, May 2, 1S9G. EASTBOCJm. NT-j-o- r3 Having Opened a a.m. 630 6 45 6 51 .:.j&SeconMand ::& Furniture ar Sun- Dnvalls" Georgetown. Lve Georgetown. Arr Newtown. " "' Switzer nnlniH '". Establishment " " Eluabeth.. Paris. . Centreville 8 00 8 12 702 703 720 822 828 8 40 "WEST BOUND. AT 21G EAST MAD,'. Cut Class In est ersailles . Nicholasville X.JJpy View, Million Eichmond. Union Brassflefd Panola . Irvine. .r Moberley- - gsr BOOKp. n J ' of second-han- d " furniture, such " Elkhorn ' ' Frankfort J 1155 as clocks, bedsteads, mattressP.M. A. 31. 10 20 C. D. BERCAYV. Genl Pass. Age: 6 57 8 55 side-boardes, bureaus, 11 00 7 3fi 10 r GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Supt. 11 25 8 00 10 55 couches, in fact anrthing 3011 g 13 Frankfcrt, Kentucky. 40 It u jq U 53 8 30 want to dispose of in the line 1148 -" of furniture PK- P.M. 1213 12 50 or old cast off 12 16 1 03 12 30 clothing, second-han- d and 2 00 stoves. Railway. T 12 35 2 15 1 05 .. 3 20 ZT' I also do upholstering, carriage top trimmine-- renew Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky- All work to ExSnn ExSan ExSnn ExSun mattresses. EiSnn Ex San A-- 1st Clas3. Ex Sun jjS7Fj 2d Class. I am prepared to take all kinds " -- Lve Paris Arr Elizabeth ' Centreville " Newtown Georgetown. Lve Georgetown Arr Dnvalls Stamping Ground Switzer ajn. 932 9 9 19 10 9 20 38 48 00 40 10 53 10 11 23 11 35 r ' : o J 3 6 C 6 r. " c o : ' s, " , tkpb '" io , - Tin. Panola paper-covere- Moberley Union .n. Richmond Million Valley Vievr NirholasTille... Versailles . ,.,. Brassfield , A-- ' 6 05 6 31 6 58 .. . 133 153 2 0Q. 2U 2 17 2 4 4 4 5 35 00 15 - P--H. 3 , A.M. " ordj A 920 75 anti-foot-ba- ll a Ufcffim E .. 40 30 .. 1 3;espectfuUysolieita share s ia of your patronager L" fiif ZZZZ 8 35 " ' Ii HyW. BROCKMAN. 5"g6 4 40 5 10 5 15 5 40 42s " "T SATISFACTION GUARANTEED - Sterling and Lexington Accom xuipress iorioulsTllle. Morehead and Lexington Accom N ew York Limited F. F. ' U- - "WEST BOUND. 6 55 7 50 an pa pin ajn 3 CO 4 SO All trains connect with Lociajlte train to and from loninrfii. T oiara 'at tJSi'S?"!? xuvnrC'.0.&T,P.. trala I vMroiniBivilwuuWL . -- w r Sae:n Wea Sga ."- Lexi&fftefl Ant? TVPAlMlf4 Inmm 9 1513 New York Limited F. F. v. 11 53 tm Lexiagtoi and Mt. Sterling Accom. 6 30 pm waahiBgtoa Bxbt&ss 9 23 pro I AceesuBodatioB kalss ran daily except Sun- r v aav IB( ThrMghaJeeplagiBd mlf dining car service to New York. For teftHTBattea, rates or sleeper reservations mil sa or write Agent IJtN.Br--. EAST BOUND. 1 - f. LA c ir 3 VI' i 1" rMOSKWBASJiKY, m. r. a. v. v. Ky., LtsisgteB, Hff hmniiil T7t Ky. ?"V, , .