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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1897 ric1897120801_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -' m THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. l.i VOLUME XL RICHMOND, DEMOCRACY. Judge Wall Talks About the Recent Conference of Leaders at Louisville. Future Policy ot the Patty on Ihe Money QuestionOur Next President. (Maysille Evening Bulletin ) S. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, IN WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER fjPvTN0v T T?1 '&; 8, 1897. IJ&IiTk l?5 &Zk I (t&Tliir-iS-iHF-iil-) ) NUMBER 27. 'V I nl i Her Health Restored Royal nukes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. EQUAL SUFFRAGE COLORADO. IfAflJra fjpTV5L YJFfsYJel m'(Nn(Nnfletil ir.EV. ( Yk&Y&a; irwr ii ii iH9v dais. $j&tXmm tm POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL SAK1NO POWDER KCW YORK. By Martha A. Bushiiell Conine, member of the State Legislature. In trying to determine the effects of i&sss irj- inir.ii j r tia ri equal suflrage, would it not be well to consider a few of the objections most frequently urged against it, and' determine whether or not these objections have been sustained by the facts of the case,? 1: Pi CO., blage in .Louisville to meet the leaders of the party, and to discuss, informally, the future of Democracy and the host had Tlie Dispatch been sileul? ShackelLetcher Owsley, Esq., who was re- modo to secure the return of that party ford and Weaver botli would have been cently elected County Attorney of Gar- to the control of every position within defeated, iu all probability. Every rard, is one of theniostdeserving young the gift of the people of the State." Democrat in the stale should subscribe How was the altendance, Judge? Democrats m this section. He is tlie for The Dispatch and take "It was the largest and most unfiuent-ia- l sary, and I think every stock if necessecond son of the late Judge Mike 0. Democrat in assemblage ever privately called toOwsley, and like him, is possessed of business in Louisville should advertise many traits of the successful politician, gether in the state, every section being in it." as well as the capable lawyer. His represented by some of its best Demomother, 'who was Miss Ellen Letcher, is crats. It was a veritable lovefeast, and BEAUTY AND FORM IN THE TROTTER. a grand niece of Gov. Letcher and Chief an intellectual jollification over the reKentucky Stock Farra.l Justice Robertson. The latter gentle- cent victories in this and other states. man and Mr. Owriey's grand uncle, The large banquet hall and parlors of The value of beauty, form and good Gov. Win. Owsley, "were two of the most the Gait House were filled "with sena gait in the trotting horse was never more Dr Miles' Remedies noted jurists that the State has ever tors, congressmen, judges, clearly exemplified than at the recent Dr. arosoid by all drugThe next horse show iu New York. The team produced, as their records on the Appel- and other party leaders. ftUtaS" gists under a positive president, "William J. Bryan, was guarantee, first bottle Nervine; late bench will show, so it will be seen central figure, of course, supported the Alice Loyburn and Georgie M., that was by sold to the Viennese for SG.200, proved that legal talent comes to him on both benefits or money re3 Restores funded. Book on disSenator Jones, beyond a doubt that elegance, style and sides by inheritance and he has not two of his cabinet ,HaIth eases of tho heart and of Arkansas, sercetary of State, and been slo jv to cultivate it. beauty are at a premium. This team was nerves free. Address, Blackburn, Secretary of War. not the best at the Horse Show, nor was He was educated at Harrodsburg and CO- - Elkhart. Ind. DR. MILES MEDICAL starting life with a desire to sail the seas There was enough talent there to com- it even a blue ribbon winner among all over as au olficer in the navy secured an plete the cabinet, and fill all the leading comere, and yet a large price was paid PROFESSIONAL CARDS. appointment as cadet at Annapolis, but positions, but further announcements for exportation, simply for road purposwere deemed premature. Messrs. es. It has been reported that the Euroafter a year or two he tired of the MISS MILUHED GOLDEN. usual and routine and returning Bryan, Jones and Blackburn were the peans wished to buy the famous prizeaverage home began to read law and was soon chief speakets and the cause of Demo winners, Emoleta and Mambrino Belle, STENOGRAPHER ANT) admitted to the bar. The lot of a young cracy and its linancial views were never but Colonel Kip could not be tempted TYPEWRITER. lawyer is not always an enviable one, more able presented. All received an to part with them. Kentucky. but Mr. Owsley although overshadowed ovation, and the cause of bimetallism The recent show in New York was a Richmond, great thing for the trotter, more so, by older members, soon managed to dis- has never seemed brighter." adjoining A .R- - Burnam't. SFOjJics What seemed to be the sentiment on probably, than for any other type of play his ability and to win a comfortatho financial question and the tariff? horse, for not only were they shown in ble living. ArroaiT3T3. "Since the Repulicans and gold men light harness, but also w ere Mr. Owsley's recent victory was one of tlie most remarkable on lecord and have announced that in future they in heavy as well. Mr. Hamlin's p W. MILLER. shows that he also possesses the run- will advocate a single gold standard, horse took first prizes, not merely bening qualities of his ancehtors, to a large all lovers of tho double standard have cause they had reputation for speed and degree. His opponent is a protege of turned their eyes towards the Demo- racing ability, but because they were Kentucky. Ricumoxd, to Gov. Bradley and was backed by him, cratic pary, and see in that party the well formed as w ell. And they sold at Office In the Bnrnam Building, next door feb3-lFarmer's National Bank. yet with this prestige and plenty of only salvation of the country. Ii was the recent 6ale in New York for the money to make the race on, he downed clearly demonstrated that in 1900 the same reason. C. P. BUBXAM. No matter how good a race horse one Win. McClelland Johnston to tho tune coutest would be made by the only two W. S. WOBEKLEY. of 144. It was faucli a famous victory same leadeis that they had in 1896, and may have, or how much he has won, no QURNAM MOBERLEY. that I'rof. M. D. Hughes says that here- upon the same platforms, except that owner likes to exhibit before a 'large Attobxets-at-Laafter all minor events will be reckoned the Republicans will insert their single and critical audience a horse that is unRICHMOND. - - - KENTDCKT. from and spoken of as before or after the gold standard as their financial plank. attractive in appearauce, and if breedd year Letcher Owsley beat Clell John- The success of Democracy under Bryan ers in the future w ill be careful in matin Burnam Building, recently office R. by A. Burnam. seems assured. The promises of pros- ing their mares and use good judgment ston. Ow.sley is a fine stumper and has perity iu cae of McKinley's election as regards individuality, the type of Mr. -a oice like n steam caliope. as every have not been fulfilled. The Dingley the American trotter will improve as Democrat, who has attended the State tariff is a lamentable failure. The def- far as beauty is concerned. During the Attousey-at-Laconventions for the last several years, icit in the treasury increases a million boom times in the horse business tho will recall. He made many speeches dollars per week. The spasmodic in- fact of having form as well as speed KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, for Bryan in 1SDG and his ellective work crease of industries has ceased and was lost sight of in the wild scramble i nfire over Tavlor's Hardware store, addeil much to his popularity. The manufactories are closing. The prom for pedigree alone. The result of this Court House, on Main Street. otlice of Couutv Attoruev is but a step ised increase ol wages tias not come, promiscuous breeding had made itself ping stone to greater things for Mr. but reductions are made day by day, in apparent in the trotters of to day. We II. B. HO(JG, Owsley, and if he keeps in the middle the quanitity of labor and the rate per do not mean that all trotters seen on the ATTORNEY AT LAW. of tlie road he has chosen, we expect to day. Famine atrroad caused an advance trotting tracks are lacking in beauty, Kentucky. aid him in many conquests and to tell in breadstuff's and meats, which gave for the most exqiisite maie ever seen RinMoD, afterwards how faithfully and well he the farmers fair prices, but the tarill up- iu races appeared this year in Elloree, Wii-No. 13 First St.. np stairs. on all wearing apparel and household but the average campaigner was far performed every trust. Mr. On bier lias bo far succeeded goods and farming uteiibils increased from tho type of the daughter of Axtell. GRVNTE LILLY, Judging from the sales held last week in eluding matrimony, but a rather the.prico so that the benefit to the farDO YOU PLAY CARDS? btraight tip comes that before the roses mer was lost. The Dingley tariff has in New York, the American trotter of A TTORNEY-- T LA W, QUART BOTTLE. l 3 foreign demand for our cot- speed, form and finish is the most It acts upon the blood more Kentucky. bloom again he will hae swelled the caused the Richmond, animal in the world. Not ranks of that long suffering baud of ton to almost eeabe, unless it is sold at sought-afte- r The Chesapeak and Ohio Ry. has s healthfully and speedily than any 1 mart rs, the benedicts. That is to say, five cents per pound, which is two cents only useful aud very valuable as a just issued a very handsom playing card s. other blood purifier. oflloeS. W. corner Main and Seconil Williams, uavu, urooics is wo., to advertise its famous F. Y. V. trains. w ol profitable production, but also as a Detroit. Mich. Btreeb, up stairs Will practice in all as the Elizabethtown News says, he will below the cost These cards are of the finest make and 4 or for road purposes. The selections quality. By special arrangement with S Price, $iforaquartbott!eatanrdrugUt. S. tlie courts of Madison ami adjoining do like Sam Shackelford, first get and our home manufacturers being heavily protected, and having driven made by the European buyers will be a the'mauufacturers, a small charge of fif- Qalffi! M nuinties and Court of Appeals. elected and then get married. out foreign competition are unable to revelation to their friends when they teen cents per deck or two decks for cents is made. Upon receipt NUSIAN TEA cures Dyspep consume the cotton of the South, and are taken across the water, for they will twenty-fiv- e J C. .fc D. M. OHSNAULT. Sold by D. Z. & T. B. Taylor, Waco, Ky. sia, Constipation and Indi the whites and blacks in all of the cot excel in point of beauty, as many of the of either of ahove amounts in money or ATTORNEYS AT LAW, postage stamp, plus four cents per deck gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. ton states are tho bullerere. The lum- specimens that have been sent abroad for postage, the undersigned will forward Kentucky. Richmond, issssssss&s&ssssssssssssssssgg ber trust makes the poor man pay more in the last two years have not been as many decks as desired toyouraddress. SIGN. AN INFALLIBLE Take advantage of this opportunity to in point of individuality. This for the timber in his house. The sugar Office on Second street, over lay in your winter supply of fine cards Want 3a trust raises the price of his sugar and all fact was commented upon by several at a small cost. grocery. rrom the Buffalo Evening Times. things that require it, The iron trust Europeans that attended the Horse Geo. W. Barney, D. Y. A. Batavia. Nov. 22. On Friday of last C. a O. Ry. Lexington, Ky. PHYSICIANS. week a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. raises the price of iron, andevervthing Show, who stated that they were much George Waterman of South Byron, a made of iron or steel or metal of any surprised on 6eeing some of the prizeSIMON B. AND TYLER, TOO. settlement about ten miles distant. The kind. The oil trust advances the price winners, as their opinion of the AmeriDR. JOITX M. FOSTER, yonngster has caused a of oil. The leather trust of boots and can trotter had Deen formed by some Kentucky advent of this Richmond. Ger(Stanford Journal. considerable comuietion in and around shoes. The glass trust makes you pay that had beeu raced in France and If so, I have them from $1.75 more for glass of all kinds, and the many this year. . Old Simon Boliver too wants the gold & to 5300, the fiuest line ever that village. Tlie reason is because the V Telephone at office and residence. bug organization continued. Of course brought to Richmond. child came into the world with a fine whisky aud beer trusts make it so costly LOCAL OPTION OR PROHIBITION. Come now and select your he does. Isn't ho both a General and a growth of hair on its head. The capil- that you cannot "drown your sorrow." diamond and have 6ame set DR. H. R. GIBSON, The vegetable and fruits corner the mar- decoy duck? lary patch which covers the infant's Columbia (Mo.) Herald.J before Christmas. hcid is six inches in length and quite kets and depress prices when the farGeorgia has defeated a measure which PIIYSICIAN AND SURGEON, mer has 6uch products, and enhance the would have made that commonwealth R. T. Tyler, nominee for Lieutenant Gold and Kentucky. thick. Richmond. inprice as soou as the trust is supplied. a prohibition State. This result is the Governor on the Hardin ticket, who A resident of South Byron, who is Silver Watches, clined to draw morals from all happen- Gas, electric Unlit, water and railway more significant when it is remembered afterwards flew entirely out of the coop, Cheaper than eve-- - before. Office in the Joe Cc.lins bunding, 18 and so Secings, declares that the phenomenal trusts charge what they please, and tlie that Georgia has for years had a local can see no reason for abandoning the s7- ond Street, orer Wnice old druestore. Solid Gold and Silver Novelties of growth of hair on this infant's head is a humhle American citizen muEt not com- option law and that under this law side show adjunct to the Republican all descriptions. sure indication that a severe winter is plain; or, if he does, he is restrained by nearly every county in the State has party, and says he is for keeping up the What would be nicer than a set of CHAS. HOOKER, So Sterling Silver Spoons for a in prospect. So pure is this man of the an injunction. The only trust amen voted against the sale of intoxicating National Democratic organization. VETERINARY SURGEON, Christmas present? is Billy Breckinridge. So is everybody able to the law is the "labor trust." Tho liquors. It seems, therefore, that truth of his prognostications that he in a, Porcelain Clocks for only $1.23, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. all of Saturday in laying in an ex- moment it attempts to force the other contest between State prohibition and else who hopes thereby to tarry yet a spent regular price $1.75. in the public gaze. ' tra 6iiply of fuel for the coming months. trusts to mvo fair wages to labor, the local option the Georgians prefer little Sterility a Specialty. Before buying elsewhere give us Veterinary Dentistry and law is iuvoked and a United States the latter. a call, and we will convince Office up tair over New York Store, corner XO KIN TO BILLY, POLITICALLY. Judge enjoins and restrains the labor Richmond Mum and Firit treet. We believe the decision is right. The vou of our low prices, and organization- from all action. It is always liquor question is an important and del The Stanford Interior Journal presuperior goods. a judge who holds his appointment for icate one. There are few, it any, evils sents the name of Judge Robert J. M. D ff. C. life that ibsues the mjuction. No judge so great as the immoderate use of intox- Breckinridge, of Danville, for Ken Medicine and Surgery. amenable to the people ever issued one. icants. But tho question will not be tucky's next Attorney General. From i Office Collins Building, MainStreet. Invoking the power of the court to en- solved by the intolerance of unreasoning what little o know of Judge BreckinTelephone at residence (the Carr place) on Broadway. Richmond. Ky. g Second St. able the trusts to iolate the law seems fanatics on either side. No law can ridge we have a very high- - estimate of - Kektccky. RicrtMOSD, j nov24-6to be a scheme of the Republican party long he enforced agaiust public senti- his ability and character, and our friend fo peipetuate its ppwer. It was un- ment. In communities where tho sen- Walton's advocacy of his claims would DR. O. A. KENNEDY, that This modern malady has become known to Democracy, and when timent is strongly ia favor of "no li- certainly not diminish that good opinWho can thlpk PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, is again in power it will cease, cense" it is Democratic to permit the ion. Our understanding is that, the party dreaded not more for its direct faot some simple Wanted-- An patent? Kentucky. tality than for the weakness of and law and justice will be synbnymous. majority to rule. Judge is not related to his brother Billy Protect An. Mm. thtYIdea tiring to we<n. RiniMOXD, The same is true mar brlmr you J This Ls a plain statement of the case, and in communities where the opposite view In the least degree politically. Owen-to- n Write JOHN WEDDEHBUIIS & CO- - Patent offer body and mind it leaves be"hind Washington. D. CUfor their 31.800 priia np aud we all know iUis true. The way to prevails. Hence the justice and pracOffice in Smith Buildinc. No. 304 Main Street, Herald. ana list ot tno hundred lnTentlocs if anted. Prolonged debility, permanent prostain. Office hours ta to 1 and 4 to 5 o cloclc tration, melancholy and suicide fol- remedy it is to stand by Democrats ticability of local option. low La Grippe. For this disease wherever wo rind them. Stand by them Back of temperance reform, as back of M. D., G. W. EVANS, there is no remedy superior to a.s our nominees, as our elected officials. all reforms, must be an educated, enPatronizo them in every way because lightened public sentiment. Until this Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. they are Democrats, and above all and Pjitbician and Sobgeon, "The best remedy for la grippe that I beyond &I1, stand by onr Democratic is secured it is folly to attempt legislaCherry PoctoraL" tion. Richmond. - - - - Kentucky. ksow of is Ayer's papers, eounty, state, and national. No Rev. JOHN K. CHASE, $100.00 IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY. South Hampton, N. H. party ever amounted to anything that The Style, Fit and Wear DR. T. J. TAYLOR, The Youth's Advocate, Nashville, did not have the press upon its side to could cot be improved for "My wife snd five children were taken Medicine and Surgery, Double the Price. Practitioner in dlssemiuale its doctrines and point out Tenn., a sixteen page illustrated journal down with la grippe, whilo the disoaso was so Kentucky. widely prevalent. I dosed them with Ayer's the fallacies of its enemies. Tho organ a paper tlrat is read with interest and Richmond arc V. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5X0 Stoalxst tfwia! Cherry Pectoral, and before using quite two rs ono of a party voices tho sentiments of a par- profit by people of all productions of skilled workmen, from tie bottles my family was restored to health. I DfTlreRnil r.li!ftncoon Third Street. ty, and it must have the moral and finan- hundred dollars in gold to the person possible to put into shoes sold at these prices. know of several obstinate cases of the sane We make also $Z50 and 525 sades tor men, and complaint which were also cured by this cial support of its party. Think you that who will form the greatest number of DENIAL STJS&BET. J- - PABMOTER, $50, $2.00 and $J.75 for boys, and the W. L, remedy." the Democracy of Kentucky would have words from the uame "dbauohon." It Paulotte, Miss. Uougias ijoou .roiice snoe, very suuauie ioz won its fight in November had not Ten- also offers free, a bicycle, gold watch, or policemen ana otnersinavmg WILKES SMITH, by the use of DR. A. "I was cured of la grippo scholorship in Draughou'a Practical Busnessee sent her gallant much wal&ng to co. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral" DENTAL SURGEON, B. A. Enloe, to take editorial manage- iness College, Nashville, Teun., Galves W-pC. S. THOMPSON, "Woaro constantly adding new styles to our Kentucky already large variety, and there Iiino reament of the Jjonisville Dispatch, and by ton or Texarkana, Texas, or in some Pnb. "Signal," West Farmington, O. Richmond, son why vou cannot be suited, so Insist on Merchants, his energy, ability and courage make it other school. ,Every person who enters caving v. i uougias zmocs lium youi Bankers, Office Ij dealer. bmldinB. Main Street. possible to redeem our state? I don't the contest ill eet a premium of soma lth Lawyers, iujoUM.I.M. ATe nso only the best Calf, Raiala Calf KMKQff-hours. 0:00 to M.; Physicians mean to disparage the country press; kind. Send at once for free sample copy Rb limited to deausirr. (all colors), French rateit Calf, f and all French Enamel, Vicl KU, etc., economical most of the local papers did their part of tlie paper .which will explain all, J.AiTATZK graded to correspond wliJS prices men wear C. MOROAJf. J. VV. L. Douglas There was not u metropolitan paper in Contest closes ApriL20, 1898. Ij oiuesaoes. Skoes because they the state, however, but what was fight MORGAN &TATES, If dealer cannot supply yon, xretbebMt. Queen & Crescent change of time vmte (r ing: the Democracy, aud many of the -- DENTISTS, For el by country! papers were lukewarm, if not December 5. .Fast winter service jcoee Kentucky. Richmond, v cj bottles atialf open enemies. Where would Mayor into effect. Increased train service, is putTip ia half-siz- e tor . FREEMAN BROS..r Kri oet27-- 3 j eee time tablet for fall information. .;- -; , Weaver, ol Louisville, have beea I T.nt OfncB-M- ain Street, OTfrr Madison National jjrice 50 cents. r e,".;Site - ' Basic Jl ' l ft J I e" " ?. f t t t c i . TT t"-j-. J i -- . : . t 1 . c,v ; r. j, x , ,.-- . flL-.' . L r . ft ; ,s . . Z, t o misery of sleeplessness can only ba by those who have experiTHE enced 1U Nervousness, sleeplessness, headaches, neuralgia and that miserable) feeling of unrest, can surely be cured by Dr. Miles Bestoratlvo Nervine. So certain Is Dr. Miles of this fact that all druggists are authorized to refund price paid for tho first bottle tried, providing It does not benefit. Mrs. Henry Brans, wife of the well known blacksmith at Grand Junction, Iowa, says: 'I was troubled with sleeplessness, nervous-ces- s, headache and irregular menstruation; suffering untold misery for years. I used various advertised remedies for female complaints besides being under the caro of local physicians, without help. I noticed in Dr. Miles' advertisement tho testimonial of a lady cured of ailments similar to mine, and 1 6hall never ceaso to thank that lady. Her testimonial Induced mo to uso Dr. Miles' Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills, which restored me to health. I cannot say enough for Dr.MIles'Eemedles." As heretofore stated, Judge Gnrrelt Wall attended the couference of Democratic leaders at Louisville, last Saturday. In a talk on the subject yesterday he said: the Democrats invited to that GAIUURDS COUNTY ATTORNEY. Stanford Journal. "It was my good fortune to be one of assem- I -- to-b- e, con-iluem- prize-winne- ATTOtXEV-AT-LA- y occu-pjr0 J. s. sxTTJurrJi, op-piti- tp e 31-3- 0 s Take, for instance, as objection No. "Men would lose their respect for women. A woman running for office would be liable to assaults upon her character, and a campaign would necessitate her coming into contact with disagreeable and degrading conditions." My own observation and experience do not in the least sustain this objection. os The man with whom we came in con8 tact treated us in precisely the same OB) prevails when men aud manner which jjjjj-- ; o women meet in society, in church, or elsewhere. There were the names of thirty-thre- e women candidates on the i:::E ballot at our last election, but notwithstanding the fact that this has been the most exciting campaign in the history of our State, not one word derogatory to Guaranteed from $10.00 up. tho dignity of any one of those women H appeared, so far as I know, in any newsUNDERWEAR AND HATS AT PRICES paper in the State. NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT. Objection No. 2. ''Woman would lose her love for domestic avocations, 0 her children would be neglected, and home would be no longer attractive to 1 parents or children. Answer: A true TO woman's home is to her the first consideration on earth. Very little else should be required of the mother of young children than their proper care and training. But the mother of young children is by no means the only woman. 7S ,(fKfl ITlWIt-TCr-y- j j) None of the women elected in Colorado W&r" (THMr ff y Vi . w y 7J t t kjk. this year have young- - children, and V5d2ASd they will probably enjoy as much of the society of their families as is iu the home where the avocations of the different members separate them through the day. 'I M Objection No. 3. "Women of immoral would particularly be character II active in politics, and women who Q would be conare now O taminated by politics, and become as O C " co RECOHSTIPATIOH corrupt as the 'gang' element among the 5" O II o men is now known to be." Answer: o tfV.fclB-faHW- J. tc ALL The women of the denti monde In DenK DRUGGISTS O 50 25 ver declined to register, but w ere comA RQrtT TITPI V fiTIHD RTJTI7I7TI to core any taseof constipation. Cascarets are the Heal Laxs-O I ADOUhU 1 fib 1 U UaKflH 1 LhU pelled to do so, also to vote, by the 9 r crip or cnpe.l.ot rause e jj natnnl results. Sam- txf. H & 5 J pie and booklet free. Ad. STEULIVG RGHEIIT CO.. Oilcaro. Montreal. Can.. or.Nen York. m. 'gang." Their action shows that if left to themselves they would take no part 03 c The most cultured, in the election. tvi- most intelligent women in the State, are MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN the ones most deeply interested and 1 politics. G) most active in fi.'V The women, realizing their ignorance AJVD ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORK. of political subjects, went to work at address; For further jwrticulars, prices, once to inform themselves, and in their endeavor to grasp the subject, aroused new interest in the minds of their men mch2I-l- y friends, and I am positive that there is a better understanding of political methis such a com- We have come to offer ods and of desirable reforms among the mon exp res- - 1 the Greatest Bargains sion, and it J men of our State, particulaily in our of the age. Having just comes from L cities, than ever existed before outside E5I such a com- - g r3lca returned from the eitj the circle of professional politicians. mon cause g purchased a where we poorbloodand It would be very strange, indeed, if full and complete line of from starved the women had made no mistakes, but nerves. y g comparing their progress in two years a Why suffer the tormenting terror s. vVith the results iu the previous one hunof nervousness, when you could rays rgJJa dred yeais of disfranchisement, they H be permanently cured by g mw rnrsJ may well be proud of their record. mm . 5 bill in PBS, is just like putting Denver, Colorado. the flames EVERY LOAD of An- Sfg. si m If if OTHINGI H at OLD PRICES. Clothing, Ouercciats, Underwear n i it l -- .. d We have just received the largest line of Hals IN RICHMOND, which we bought early before the tariff was put on needed. woolens and can give our customers the benefit of 30 per cent, on every i "-article mi 1 r 1 Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. Fit at It I B. 7ZSr?7. 4JL jfc vy-v- w w m The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond. ... Vqly3 vioA:AV STOUFFER'S 3 -- i J i.a.4w ANDY CATHARTIC BmV WU 10. wUVCto niHMJ' iflE" nf oa llfal BffiQiente! w ZEeioisiiMioiisriD., :sr3T- - tote p l 'i 1 tsMnW w''7w tt., ,i that "My, JUST GRKNITE 7VYOrSU7VeiSTS, made me I jump!" t OPENED! Madioo Moi)iiiDei)i:al Works. s ; Nv: Dry Goods & "We Johnston's i I Sarsaparilla j I pa Big 3 MONEY TO It tin Blast NOTION- S- at i rltEi ! i A money-winne- r, high-stepp- f Mia HARD-WINT- first-cla- ss Chen-anlt- 's Ion have also the exclusive right to sell the celebrated Felixr Wolf & Co.'s Shoes, every pair made to order and warranted. We Are Headquarters For Belfast Linens Ladies' Corsets 20c. up. Irish and German Laces from le. a yard up. Give us a call and examine our New Stock of Goods. Si The thracite you use. Wonderful Hir i r kter! pB nm Gives greater heat than Base Burner. Throws the heat on the floor like a Base Burner. Holds the fire like a Base Burner. Burns Nut or Slack, pE3 EfrrU IDiaii! - Mee nov!0-2- m mm ft HIS pa Hi fpB3 f. No Soot or Dirt. i mm & Co.- ,- Pf! iljfjl IT IS INDISTEUCTIBLE laE Mm AND AIRIGHT. See umi MeKee Cor., Main and First Sts.. Richmond, Ky. Thos. Meighen, Buyer. Nothing like it ever before made. eonveneed. SlrS and be it FARM iFORI 11 Shackelford, E3 rg $M ! ' Richmond, Ky. mm j i 4&- JASP3R, La mw SALE The underdpned has a farm of 200 acres, as a whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at private sale; situated at :SMjMjr?J rarSIMJWfSl mnmmnmmnmnmmmmmimnmmmimBiinmm iiarsfraBilfBbJirgJargjarlsila ALREADY TO- ! Have Just Received A Large - ! i - F. YEAGER, WHITE'S - SUPPLY THE TRADE Our factory on Lanrel Street in Richmond is now running, and we are prepared to fill orders for twist of the STATION, it on the waters of Silver Creek. It la weU watered. There is no better land in Madison county. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., within a half mile of White's Station Pot Office, ten miles from Richmond. d cash, TERMS Sale will be. made purchaser. For particulars, balance- address one-thirto-s- Shipment of Window Glass, Kaking onr assortment and s':ock of GLASS tlie largest eTer carried before. Also a new line of Fictnre Mould ings, mcmaing me smau, larrow mouldings now so still lower "Ms "D. Ii. "Pair ol Richmond," B " d 0 o! Jacks" Attpr-cer- Geo. D. White, feb3-t- f 1 Ross, White's Station, Ky. jBlfi a W. L. DOUGLAS SO.00 SHOE HON. C. of T. CALDWELL, V. Brands, three grades. "We can save you money. Send us a trial order; you will Espebe glad with our products-cially pleased to bear from country mer- chants. 49 White Parkersburg, Va., Eecom-mencl. s Kichsiojtd, Ky. Wrights Celery-Capsules- PAUKnRsnrjEG, VT. Va., i aj;esj-ofle- ou-ter- January Tke "Wkiqiit Med. Co.. Columbus, Ohio. 26, IWJo. HE PAYS HflsSliiiiK THE:... THE... .' letter-earner- s, mWmBk up Gentlemen: I have been using KBCh in demand. Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1894. and find them to be as recomOur prices are mendedI first besan taking them while at Hot Springs, Aik, under treat- than lowest ment for Sciatie Rheumatism, Liver and FREIGHT. ...YOU PAY FOR tie Om-Smce UlT Vv i i'L C&crrg Peeierai it Htefflllbs. " v , Stomach trouble, Constipation which I had been a lone sufferer. I. found the Celerv Capsules eave me great relief from the beginning and have taed them ever since. Witn pleasure, ana unsolicited; I recommend them to any and all suffering with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours. Chaklbs T. Caldwell.. Sold by T. S. Hagan, Druggist. .Price 60c i RHpectfillT, DRINKS. Second St. Phone 3. BICHMOM), KY. k j UsepU-iy- r M. 309 to-da- y Fr BteteMl t. eats and $1.00 pet free sampfe. -- per box;, Qt at ' dreg1-stofea- ad IP West Maia Street. 1in, v BED WETTING tfjRED rt. w "8- - unlfcif Til ' . ... mt - t . 't . I, ,i . v i V ?Z, j- . ark. i -j .J r-- .t a . at i '- -. t t jit . . 3 r -- r rvr.i i i . v .,!' . rj. ii ..j - -- r j" r iv ' " J . -- . . l - cv .. It i.- i K J . y . r . uu . - ?" f- - EiJ5. Vi - i? p f 'j -- JW 5 v. - H - The Richmond Climax. rCBUSHXS KVZRY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing CMlLLEttT' I Go. . C . IVDOOS, Associate Editor. PRICE PER YEAR, - $1.50. $1.25 1897. IX ADVANCE, WEDNESDAY, DEC 8, Gen'l. P. Watt Hardin has tbe sympathy of his roanj Madison friends in the sudden and overwhelming sorrow w hich his w ife's death lias occasioned him. The spirit of harmony m Democratic ranks is prevRilinjrallxrver the country. This i& not brought about by compromise, but by the prodigals returning: home. Tom Reed, the "Great White Czar," seeing that the McKinley administration is doomed to failure, and with an eje toward the nomination, is vigorously disclaiming any responsibility in connection with it. We are grateful to the Financial Review for a kind oiler to furnish editorials free. Respectfully referred to the Pantagraph. Such editorials as about the Review prints could not be in- of which Mercer part, extends from Spencer to Jackin the Climax at any price serted son, and is, probably, the narrowest It is said that Mr. Davison says his and longest in this State. It is quit will depend likely that the next Legislature that candidacy for entirely on his health. That settles meets, the first Monday in January, it. It will be too bad for him to run, will gerrymander the entire State especially if Gov. McCreary is named or make, at least, some changes. If by the Democrats. The boss isn't Jackson should be left out of this disany fool. He always knows when trict and Casey (300 Republican mahe's "got null." Stanford Journal. jority) put in, then the contest for the no Congkes assembled on Monday at Democratic nomination, would, doubt, be a battle royal. noon, tome people 6ay it is Reed's Menagerie. Anyhow the monkey busWhile the Legislature is looking ings has begun. McKinley faces a big about for something to do this winter, deficit of his own partv's creation, a we would call attention to the great dioatisliel and disappointed people, need of a Pure Food Commission. and a dunged political condition, all This is especially needed at this time, of which will keep the President in a ;u Kentucky is being overrun with 6tew for upwards of a long time. "cheap John" concerns that are selling stuff for the Thoroughiirku horsey with choice pure the most villainousfood has been article. Impure pedigree behind them, were given source of much sickaway, 6old for 1, 2, $5, $10, $20, and shown to be the ness, and the protection of the people $30. at the Lexington hore sales last in this particular is one of the things week. And yet, with the lowest Legislature should give prompt reach- the ever known for attention to. Carlisle Mercury, wave of goldstand-ar- d ed the McKinley. International-bimetalli- c The Illinois Supreme Court has inboom has not yet leen attained creased the requirements for admisHurrah for the gold standard, that sion to the bar to such an extent that gives black-eye- s and opens eyes with it is now somewhat more difficult to the same lick!- - Glasgow Times. be admitted to Dractice than it is to walk through an open door. The Democrat asks The Harrod-bur- g three prominent papers in this sec- standard of admission to the bar in tion tjome questions which "are not Kentucky is still unfortunately low, propounded for the purpose of un- as is also the moral code. Examples friendly criticism but to acquire in- of brilliant young barristers robbing formation, and to enable us to be their grandmothers to get fees, while placed in possession of a logical not numerous in Kentucky, are sufftheory of political responsibility with iciently notorious to debar the guilty which we are as yet entirely unfa- ones from practice, should they ever miliar" Which translated means: have any. "Can 1 be a Democrat and yet refuse At the election for county officers to submit to the w ill of the majority?" in Nebraska in 1S93 out of 039 ofilceis elected 339 were Republicans and 300 Emmett Logax. of the Louisville were bimetalhsts. At the election Times, can always be relied on to iay for county officers in 1897 out of the the right thing in the right way at the CG7 officers elected L'01 were Rnpubli-can- s, most opportune time. Of Mr. Tyler's while 403 were bimetalhsts. manifesto he says: "There is no par- This sliowes that at the election ticular objection lo the National Dem- 1897 the Republicans lost seventy-fiv- e of ocratic army of general, keeping up couuty officers, while the bimetallists its organization 1:1 Kentutky and gained 103 over the number chosen elsewhere, but what good it can hope in 1895. In fiftteen counties the Reto accomplish without at least a few publicans gained twenty-eigh- t officers privates in the ranks, is one of those which they had not secured in 1895, things that nobody can find out." while in forty two counties the bimeStanford Journal. tallists gained 103, making the net gain counSenator White, of California, for the bimetallists seventy-fiv- e objections to Ha- ty officers at the election of 1897 Tosummarizes his s waiian annexation in this terse fash- day the bimetallists control of the county offlices of the ion: The islands are useless for defense- state. And this in rockribbed Nebia-kthe home of the less purposes, valuesess from an economic view, will contribute noth- next President! ing to national morals or wealth and The elections in 189S will be more will aid a:i undesirable element to general and of far greater importance the alreadv sufficiently burdened pop- than these of this year. The campaign ulation. The islanders are hostile to will be on the grand skirmish line for the treaty, and annexation involves a the Presidential election two year ladisregard of their rights. We are ter. offered a buccaneer title only. In addition to the choice of a new And yet the evidences multiply House of Representatives and of LegMcKinley wiil lend the islatures in that several of the States that whole power of his administration to will elect Senators, the following secure the consummation of this States will elect Governors: Alabama, scandalous job. Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, one-tent- h flg-nrhor.-e-fle- sh McKjnley's message, to quote Mark wards the burdens of government. Hanua, is a statesmanlike document. Wherever possible they stand alooi Ab he is the judge from com- from party service. They take no ment, except to say that there is one part in politics except as a commerportion of it, touching on Civil Service, cial enterprise. They dodge taxes. which very, very few Republicans will They evadq jury service. They count swallow even with Hanna'a sugar coat- themselves too busy to participate in ing. the duties of citizenship. The result to their own selfThe Lansing (Mich.) Journal, which is not only toincrease ishness but give governmental afwas one of the ablest newspapers in too often into the hands of the menagerie, has repeated fairs the gold-bu- g and corrupt the prodigal 6on act. In returning to vicious well that such men are occasis It the Democratic party it pledges itself ionally drafted in on jury service. It to support the party platform and to make them patriots inparty leaders in future Some indi- may help stead of parasites. vidual ought to direct the attention of the few Kentucky gold bugs to INTERESTING ABOUT ATLANTA. ITEMS this speedy method of securing that blessed ''harmony" in the Democratic Mr. Ed. C. Walton, Business Manaparty for which the Kentucky organs ger of the Interior Journal, has an of the political orphans are howling. interesting column of news about AtThe New York Sun, which quotes lanta from which we glean the followfrom Democratic papers only to ridi- ing: There is a man in Atlanta who is cule and belittle their principles, copied the Climax editorial upon the president of 24 banks. All of Win. Jennings Bryan's lato visit to them are good ones too, as the test of Louisville wherein we termed him a few years ago proved. He didn't the "incarnation of Lumen rights, the have a failure, while institutions of almost attractive personage on the the same kind were closing doors most daily. globe." However, it lets us down One of the big institutions of Atlaneasy, only drawing the inference that reports are false which have been ta is the immense sanitarium which circulated to the effect that Bryan is has recently been built by Drs. Simp less popular in Kentucky than before Elkin. formerly of Lancaster, and Dr. Cooper, another of Georgia's eminhis visit. ent doctors. There must be 100 or The Eighth Congressional District more rooms in the building and the is -- the Constitution as above quoted. In all of the provisions of the Statutes bearing upon this subject, we have found that the Mayor is from the Members of the Board of Common Council; thus preserving the distinction made by the Constitution. It must also be observed that under the Constitution all officers of towns and cities of the 4th, 5th and 6th classes, except members of the Waa . ftramnrt Wnrca if ao uiunmg iiuioq Liver !lfMflfrll"riS: glplIlfilffirMSMjB!r naMrmmmmmmmTiimimmmimmfsviai mm m LifHlrrlillSiS mm JHtfWJHfrfcJSr?HJS rbS raJlmrilf SfwprsiiarHilar B?r5ia raJ csr-i- J BJTtiJSfgJSf and Stomach Troubles Too Weak to Work Now Able to Do All Her Housework. promoters seem to be doing nicely. Georgia's governor and West Virginia's have the same name Govs. Atkinson. Unfortunately they both have wives who may be the prides of their husbands, but certainly it is that they are not much thought of in social circles. The West Virginia governor's wife was indicted for lor- gery. while Georgia's better half is a kleptomaniac of the worst sort. The expositon buildings are being allowed to ruin, no care, whatever, being taken to keep them in repair. The gate to the grounds is not even kept locked and its a wonder that fire has not played its part. The place is very popular during the Summer months, but it presents a deserted appearance just now. Editor Blackburn, of the Commer- ciak.is going to make a hot race for Uongress with the lynch law as his sole platform. There are many who think he will be elected. top-mo- st !$. Judge Thos. J. Scott Decided New Point oi Law. 3U5ICIP1I. 0FF1CIBS ETERiWHERE IilEEESID. -- Claude Smith, Madisox Circuit Court, vs. Plaintiff. : Pn-ide- nt CF.Brower&Co Maw and Broadway. H One of the Foundation Stones.... On which this business was built was absolute truthfulness. It has always been onr policy to avoid any misleading state- mentsany over-dra- w n assertions. WE DO FEEL, HOWEVER, That our stock of Holiday goods warrants strongest praise. the very IN POINT OF STYLE, IN PRICE, IN QUANTITY, IN QUALITY. It is the best line ever shown on onr floors. We believe that Matching Quality For Qualify The price cannot be duplicated. But you cannot know the excellence of our stock unless vou sec it. CiRBrower&Co sepU-i- y u Lexington, Ky. T. T. Covington, Defendant This is a controversy between the plaintiff and defendant as to the time when the term of office of Plaintiff Smith, duly and legally elected Mayor in November, 1897, will begin, and the time when the term of office of De fendant T. T. Covington, the present qualified and acting Mayor of the city of Richmond, Ky., will end. Tiie facts as set out in the agreed statement, so far as they are material to this controversy, are, that the city of Richmond is a city of the 4th class; and that by an ordinance of date August 1, 1893, the office of Mayor wab made elective by the qualified voters thereof; and that the defendant, Covington, was duly elected Mayor at the November election, 1893, but that being unable by reason of sickness, did not qualify and enter upon the dis charge of his duties as Mayor until March 11, 1894, and lias held that office up to the present time; that the plaintiff, Smith, was duly and regularly elected Mayor at the regular election in November, 1897. Plaintiff Smith claims thathislerm of office begins the 1st Monday in December, 1897; the defendant claims that his term of office does not expire until the 1st Monday in January, 189S. 'rhis is the gist of the controversy. The Legislature undoubtedly has the right to provide by general law when the terms of municipal officers shall begin and end. Section 3350, Chapter 89, of the Kentucky Statutes, declares that "the terms of office of the members of the Common Council Maine. Massachusetts. Michigan, Min- shall begin the 1st Monday in Denesota, Nebraska, Nevada, New cember after their election; all other Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, officers, whether elected orappointed, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, shall begin their respective terms on Rhode Island, South Carlina, South the 1st Monday in January following. Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, .Vermont, If appointed, said officers shall be apWisconsin and Wyoming. pointed by the Board of Council These contests will be national in elected at the preceding November heir character, covering's they will, election." every part of the Union. Does this phrase, "Board of Common Council," include, or was it inHenry Watterson, brilliantf erratic, gifted Journalist, has set an example tended by the Legislature to includo to his gold standard Democratic the Mayor? friends that they will find worthy of It is not the mere words of the Act, imitation Says Columbia (Mo.) Her- but the will of the Legislature which ald: He has returned to the Demo- constitutes the law, and, although the cratic party and will hereafter inter- words are the most common, they are pose no factious opposition to the not the only sign of legislative will. policies and principles to which the The context, the subject matter, the Democracy stands committed. He is effect and consequence are often all a Democrat, he says, and not a Repub- called into aid in ascertaining the.in-teof the Legislature. The rule Is, lican and will not give further aid that several Acts made in pari materia and comfort to McKinleyism. The Missouri gold Democrats should are to be construed together and read and heed Mr. Watterson's mes- taken as one Act. Reason requires that "the several sage. As long as they occupy their provisions should receive such a conposition of antagonism to the Democracy they play into the hand of the Re- struction that the whole may, if pospublicans. They ought, by this time, sible, stand together, and especially to have become convinced of this fact should that construction be given to a As far as their separate organization legislative Act which will harmonize has any effect it is to fasten Hnnna-is- with the organic law. Section 160 of the Constitution, pro trust legislation, protective tar-ivides that the Mayor or Chief Execuand all the kindred eils upon the people. They will become fullfledg-e- d tive, Police Judges, members of LegRepublicans or get back into the islative Boards, or Councils of towns Democratic party. Surely they are and cities, shall be elected by the not yet ready to go over bag and bag- qualified voters thereof, provided the gage into the McKinley camp. Let Mayor or Chief Executive, and Police Judges of the 4th, 5th and Cth classes them come home. may be appointed or elected as prois a singular fact that six of vided by law. The terms of Mayors the wealthiest and most prominent and Police Judges shall be four years, business men of St. Louis served as and until a successor shall be.qualifled ; jurors in the United States district and of members of the Legislative court last week. Most deserving of Boards, two years. comment is the fact, not that these The office of Mayor is thus clearly gentlemen served in this capacity, designated as separate and distinct but that this service should be thought from the Legislative Boards or Counworthy of special notice. Says the cils of towns and cities. Columbia (Mo.) Herald. Section 3484, Kentucky Statutes, reThese persons are citizens of tbe ferring to cities of the 4th class, proUnited States. Their wealth and pro- vides that legislative powers shall be minence have been made possible by vested in the Mayor and not lest than virtue of laws of this country. Except six or more than twelve Councilmen, for a wise and just government thoy as provided by law. would not have the benefits of the Section 3485, provides that the mem position and property they enjoy. bers of the Board of Council shall be They are willing enough to take ad- elected at the times and for the terms vantage of these benefits; they should prescribed by tbe Constitution. be willing to bear the bunteaa. Section 3484. Tprovides that the One of the saddest and most danger Mayor may be elected by the .people ous signs of the times is that present or appointed "by the Common Couaoil, ed by tbe basiaess men 4ud geKolarg as may be provided by 46rd4Baee. of craceetatey in their attt&de to- - This in conformity with SMtiaCWot w " i two-thirdau a under the care of a physician ml for two years and ho was treating me for stomach and liver troubles and female difficulties, but I only grew worse under, bis treatment. I was so weak I could do hardly any work. I was at last Induced Common Council, may be appointed to try Hood's Sareaparilla and Hood's Matting Tacks 2c a box. by the local authorities, as the Gen Pills and these medicines have done me Pencil Sharpeners lc. Files 3c and 5c eral Assembly may by thegeneral eo much good that I now weigh 112 Flat File 8c. law provide; or may be-- elected by pounds and am able to do all my houseCnrlers 5c. work- I firmly believe I should have been the qualified voters thereof. Tracing Wheel 3c.v for had Section 3550 under consideration, In my grave today if It My not been was Track Hammer 5c. little girl Magnet TJack Hammer lCc. provides that if appointed, said Hood's Barsaparllla. phthisic I gave her Hood's afflicted with Tocket Knives 5o up. officers shall be appointed by the Sarsaparilla and it has relieved her." Strainers 3c. Board of Council elected at the preMas. K, S. Habfeb, 701 University Padlocks 5c up. ceding November election. Set Tea Spoons 4c. Avenue, Knoxville, Tennessee. Now it is indisputable that the Set Table Spoons Gc. Scissors 5c up. members of the Board of Council Butcher Knives 10c. elected at the November election in Steel Curry Comb 10c. 1797, do not begin their term of office, Waiters 10c. Is the best In fact the One True Blood Purifier. or enter upon the discharge of their It an druggists. Be sure to get Hood's. Match Sfaes 4c. Harps 5c up. duties, until the 1st Monday in Decurellvcrllls.easytoteke, , 1 doz Fish tlOOd S HllIS easy to operate. SScents. Hj Fish line Hooks lc. cember after the election. lc OrIf the old Board had passed an Whitewash Brush 20c as they had a right to do, turns y Iron Glue 7c. dinance, to Stafford, England. Vegetable Dipper 3c within the time prescribed by law Dust Pan and Brush 15c Misses Mary Brldgeforth and Vir- prior to the November election, deChildren's Garden Sets Rake, Hoe successor of .Mayor Iginia Chenault returned to their home claring that the and Spade 8c at Mt. isterling alter a visit to Miss Wash Pans 5, 15 and 23c Covington should be appointed by the Imperial Enameled Steelware Milk Board of Common Council.it could Katherine Rash. Winchester Demo Pan 18c crat. have only been clone by tho Board Looking Glasses 10c and 20c. Miss Lila Chenault is at homo from in November, 1897, and the elected Picture Frames 15c Large Kitchen Spoon 3c. terms of office of the members of that Winchester where she was attended Tin TinttlRrs with whiRtln. It' Board do not begin until the 1st Mon- the house party of Miss Mary Gay, 73 20 Marbles for lc. one of the most charming young la day in December. 1897; consequently ink 4c ircna Mucilage 4c it would be impossible for the Mayor dies in the Blue Grass. if appointed to enter upon his term of Mr. and Mrs. "NV. B. Land, of Kan Big Pencils lc. 6 Slate Pencils lc. office at the same time as members of sas City, Mo., aDd Mrs. Lucy Harsbur 30 Sheets of Paper 5c Council. the ger, of Nicholasville, are the guests 50 Envelopes 5c. Now, whether tho Mayor was of Mr., and Mrs. "Walter Azbill. 12 yards Lace 5c Slates 2c, 4c, 5c and 6c elected or appointed, his term of office Mr. George W. Phelps arrived here 'EifiU 1 doz Collar Buttons 5c must begin at the same time and Brass Pins 4c last Saturday from Huntington W. imposcontinue four years; since Va where he visited General John fOT Thimbles lc. sible for the Mayor w ho is appointed Tacks lc. Hooe 'Russell, whom he reports in SlrS Embroidery Silk on the 1st Monday in December to 5c good health. pBj 100 vds Spool Silk 4c. enter upon tho term of his offico at Clark's Thread 4c Misses Lucia McAfee, of Lebanon, the same time with the same Board and Florie Bright, of Richmond, who mm Seaming Braid 5c. of Council, who are to appoint him, White Tape lc. have been the guests of Miss Elizwo think tho conclusion is irresistiHat Pins lc Mourning Pins 2c box. ble that the Legislature did not in- abeth Logan, returned home SaturHat Webbing lc and 2c yd. tend that the phrase "Board of Com- day. Shelby News. Webbing 5c yd. General George O. Watts returned in Section 3550 of the mon Council" Lisle Webbing 8c yd. Silk Webbing 9c yd. General Statutes, should include the last Thursday night from a pleasant Dolls 3c up. Mayor, but that the provision that all visit to the family of his brother, Mr. 1 doz Skiens Silk 7c. W. W. Watts, of Richmond, Ky. other officers whether elected or apFilo Silk 3c 2 for 5c. Alexandria, La., Democrat. pointed, shall begin their respective Rope Silk 3c 2 for oc Tablets 1, 3, 5, 8 and 10c. terms on the 1st Monday in January Mr. W. D. Alverson, now tho foreBuggy Whips 10. 15. 20, 29 and 40c following, includes the Mayor and most funeral director of New Orleans, White String Ties 8c doz. n applies to his office. came up on Tuesdaylast and will.re-turBlack Silk String Ties 10, 15, 20, 25c We therefore conclude, and it is so with his little children now that Black Bows 5 and 10c Silk Club Ties 10c. new Btyles. adjudged that Mayor Covington's the yellow fever is over. School Cravon 10c box. term of office does not expire until Mr. James Bennett and family will Belts 10 and 20c. the 1st Monday in January, 1S98, and vacate tho Letcher property ton Jan- mm Ladies' 1 doz Writting Pens oc the term of office of Mayor Smith, uary 1. and will take up their abode mm 3 Penholders lc. Leather Watch Chains 5c. does not begin until the first Monday at the handsome Benuett residence Kid Curlers 3, 4, 5 and 10. 1S9S. in January, on WTest Main Street near the ChrisLadies' Safety Hose Supporters 10c In the meantime, it is the right and tian church. and 15e. duty of Mayor Covington to preside Bias Velvet Binding 10 and 15c. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alverson went over the meetings of the Council, de- up to Richmond Saturday Pocket Books 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10 to 50c to see his rtiJBl Fan Scrims 10c cide all points of order, (but he shall mother, Mrs. Mattio Alverson, and Baby Ribbon 5c bolt 10 yards. only ote in case of tie) and perform Miss Rosa, before they leave to spend Ladies' Chemise 50 to 68c all the other functions of Mayor as the winter with W. D. Alverson in Ladies' Muslin Skirts 50 o 75c pray Zinc Trunks $1.25 to $0.25 prescribed by law. New Orleans, w ho came after them. "I was S lip k$B MB 33JB OT3H&i Notions. HAVE JUST SECDBSD- A large consignment of Brooks' (200 j'ds) Spool Cotton Thread, all sizes, black and white. We will give our customers the benefit of this great purchase. TiTe want to supply every household in Madison county with Brooks' Thread, at a price that competition can not touch. 10-in- is aKE: Mirror. French broad plate 18x40, $5 50, worth $10. Table Oil Cloth 13c vard. Boy's Waists 15, 20, 40, 50, 65c Ladies' Rubber Combs,' 5, 8, 10, 13, 13, Pins Notions. Ijfj raja SrcL H s Sarsa- - parilla 5 Spools For 10 Cents. WE SHOW THE GREATEST VARIETY OF -- to-da- Hosiery Ever shown in this city. We will take pleasure in showing you goods. Our immense stock of Hosiery from 5e to 65e. DON'T FORGET WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY ON 19 20 and 25c Shoe Blacking 1, 3 and 5c- Gilt Edge Shoe Dressing 20c Hooks and Eves lc card 2 doz card. 3 Spools Thread 10c. Safety Pi as 2 and 3c each. Doi-- y Soap lc cake. Smyrna Bouquet Soap 3c. C. 15. R. Ball Glvcerine Soap 5c Cnticle Soap 10c 3 for 25c Tar Toilet Soap 5c Cold Cream Soap oc Blactwinjr Brushes 10, 13, 15. IS, 20, 25 and 3Sc Hair Brushes with Glass 8c Hair Brushes 10, 13, 15, 19, 20, 25c Dress Shields 5, 8 and 10c Corset Laces lc Corset Clasps oc Our Pet Child's Waist 18c Our Best Coreels 25c Cotton Towels 5 and 10c Linen TowpIs 5, 8. 10. 13, 15, 20, 25.35c Rob Roy Corsets 50c; louf waists worth 75c BBJj H mm fife 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' for $2.75. Feather Boas 48c to $8.00. Cool Corsets 33c Mountain's Corset 50c Dandy Waists 45c V.'e handle W. B. and R. & G. Corsets Supenders 5 to 50c Ladies' New Collars 10c it-i- s Our Millinery Department Don't buj-Hat before seeing our Mammoth stock of Hats. This Mammoth Store carries and will save you money on Ladies', Men's and Children's Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods, all kinds Notions, Dress Goods, Linings, Carpets, Oil Cloth (table and floor), Men's and Ladies' Hats and Caps, Capes and Cloaks, Embroideries and Is now in full blast. j-o- Table Linen IS to 95c 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 Felt "Window Shades 10 and 15c Opaque and Linen Shades 20 and 25c Machine Oil 5c Nutmeg Graters lc Taylor's Adjustable Embroidery Rings 25 and 35c Cologne 5 to 53c Fine Combs 3c up Pocket Combs 3c up Whisk Brooms, with velvet tip. lCc Tooth Brushes 5, S, 10, 15, 19, 23c 12 doz Buttons 5c Men's Working Shirts 15c up Men's Laundried Shirts 25c up Feather Dusters 15, 20, 25c Wool Dusters 15c Floor Oil Cloth 171 to 25c Capets 121c up STAPLE DRY GOODS. Bed Ticking 5, 61. 8, 10 and 15c Calico 31c up Gilt Edge Cotton 5c yard, yd wide Canton Flannels 5, 61, 71, SJ, 10, 12 and 15c mm 3 7k. JUJ Jpy pi sip Laces, Underwear, Hosiery, Dolls, Ribbons, Trunks, Telescopes, etc. Visit Richmond's Most Popular and Save Money Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade, PERSONAL,. Stanford Journal. raJil Outing Flannel 5, 71 and 10c Eiderdown 15 to 40c yd, all colors India Linen 6 to 20c Hosier 5 to 65c Ladies' Vest Fleeced (with sleeves) 20 and 25c Misses Cnion Suits 25c np Ladies' Gowns 50 to 95c. CLOTHING. Men's Suits $3 50 Men's Suits ?4 75 up d Men's Suits $7.50 to $10 Boys' Knee Pants 20c np Bojs' Knee Suits 75c to $6 All-wool mm 15. 6 Satin-line- nt m, fl It nouncing that she was to be married Miss Sweetie Williams, who, judgWednesday, at 2:30 o'clock to ing by her beauty, is appropriately Mr. Daniel Dejarnette, of Bowling The undersigned will otter to the highest and named, is visiting tho Misses Ellis. Green, Va. The ceremony will be best bidder, on 11, 1897, Stanford Journal. quiet, performed by Rev. W.'R. Lloyd, Saturday, December Mrs. J. W. Zaring will entertain alter which the couple will leave for Between the tours of 10 and 11 o'clock, on tbe premises, the (arm known as the Henry Batter- her Sunday school class of twelve tbe home of tho groom. The bride Is ton farm, containing-13- acres, situated on the pike eleven miles from Rich g boys at a on Friday distantly related to Mr. Dejarnette, Boonesboroueh dwelling; outbuildings, cistern mond. Good afternoon, four to six o'clock. and orchard. and will be the mistress of. the ances Terms made known on day of sale. Stanley Elley, who has been visit- tral home which has been for more Heirs of Henry Battertoa Estate. ing his cousins, Messrs. Harry and than a century in the Dejarnette decl-Jeff Morgan, at White Station, re- - family. It is a palatial mansion of to-da- X. Veda White was in Cincinnati, Thursday and Friday. Mr. Geo G. Prewitt is at home from a visit to Clark county. Mr. E. V. Elder was in Louisville SrTHJSfnHJaffiJSraJS m HiJ! ITM rail SFBlSrrHJSfTHJ 3frHlSfrHJafrHJSrWSrKMrrEfrHJ2fr last week buying goods. Mayor-eh'Tom Samuel, of Pine-vill- e was herecourt day. Mr. Jeptha D. Cheuault will visit Washington, D. C. during Christmas. izzrz??".3 Miss Mattio Tribble, of Shelby News. , ?...- county, is visiting the Misses Crutch-eWilliam Feland, of Richmond, is III:.: ':::;; IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5TH. visiting at Mr. A. M. Feland's Mis Mr. John Royce, of Texas is visit- Bethenia McCord, of Richmond, is ing his cousin, Mrs. Bettie Christo visiting Miss Dell Feland ::::: C2LESCE1T-- T Miss (3F5S (P (f :::::s pher. Estill Walker, of Richmond, is the ) 2::::: (Ef w :::::! Mr. Thomas Sanders of Louisville guest of Miss Belle Denny. Stanford L-Hours Cincinnati to New Orleans and Jacksonville was the guest of tho Misses Bright Journal. V! , Vi? V Sunday. " V? 0 $g a Miss Jennie Ford, of Richmond, till'.'. 109 MILES SHORTEST. Miss Lizzie Feenoy. of Richmond, spent several days this week with FINEST VESTIBULED TRAINS IN THE is visiting Mrs. J. S. Bice. Stanford her 6ister, Mrs. B. E. Quisenberry, of Journal. Elkin C. M. Shearer, formerly of Will buy one of OUR FAMOUS After a visit to his mother at Dan- Richmond, but now of Somerset, was SUITS that are well made and ville Mr. J. Talbott Jackson returned one of Williamsburgh's rooters at the will do you as much good as one Through Pullman Service is unequalled. Cafe' Parlor football game. Winchester Democrat. last Wednesdey. of many more dollars. and Observation Cars daily. Standard VestiUuled dar Miss Theodocia Leavell, of this city, Mr. Richard Boian, of Brownburg, & Crescent Route. Coaches. Get your tickets via the Queen Will buy one of our FAMOUS Indiana, is visiting his father's family and Mr. M. C Mayes, of Washington county, are to be married at the home in Estill county. MELTON ULSTERS or one of BEAVER OVERW. C. RINEARSON, Gen'l Pass'r Agt, Cincinnati, 0. of Mr. J. B. Leavell, in Garrard, in Miss Elizabeth Luxon, of LexingCOATS that are welL worth dollars more than we ask. ton, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. February next. The groom is an ex'PlfiffkMANUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep-- i cellent young man, said to be worthy Luxon, this week. IdlllvE 8ia, Constipation and Indiof the young lady who possesses in a Buys one of our CELEBRATED gestion. Hegulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. After a pleasant sojourn of two high degree OF the characteristics of a SUITS or one of our CELEBRASt. Louis Mr. Joeseph Boggs weeks in true womanly woman. returned yesterday. TED ULSTERS that you hear so Miss Alene Jackson, of Richmond, much talk about. Club" was delightfully The "Man ( entertained on Friday evening by is the guest of Mrs. Jno. E. Stormes. Mrs. Mary Chenault, of Kansas, Miss Kit Chenault. is visiting her mother, Mrs Elizyou want to spend as much, we Mr. Chenault and wife, of Madiabeth Hudson Misses Alberta will show you a SUIT or an son, were guests of Miss Bessie Anderson, Louise Kauffman and Van CONTAINS BOTH. OVERCOAT that will astound Bourbon News. Greenleaf, returned to Richmond, vou. Miss Mann, of Paris Ky. will be and Maggie Tomlinson, to Danville, the guest of Miss Julia Higgins, dur- after having spent Thanksgiving Daily, by mail, - - - $6ayear ing the coming holidays. with the home folks. Lancaster Dairy & Sun'y? by mail, $8 ayear Miss Belle Million has returned Record. from Pineville where she has just Miss Irvine, who has been matron closed a very successful school. of Memorial Hall for a year or so, reAAfA (in Mr. W. D. Alverson returned on turned Monday night to Milton, N. (J., greatest Sunday NewsMonday to New Orleans accompanied to attend her mother in her feeble is the paper in the world. by his three beautiful children. health. She will not return, much to the regret of her many friends. If Price 5c. a copy. By mall, $2 a year. Prof. John Chandler, of Richmond, LEONGT0N,KY., attended the wedding Mrs. E. T. Jackson's health would Address THE SUN, New York. only permit she would be exactly the Campbellsville Journal. Will send you only Fresh Cut Flowers and Our- Suits n.r. si. no Si e;n Our Overcoats at, si ui artistic designs. Miss Helen Terrill and Mr. Lawson one to take charge of the hall. When ,r r " rther health failed three years ago and Hockaday spent Thankgiving with 5?z.uu, 5SJ.5U tor children. Quality is onr aim, yet not made at undue cost. $2.00, $2.50, $3.50, $5.00 Everything strictly Mrs. Sallie West. Paris Kentuckiau. she was compelled to retire from the frame building, with A nice ouits 3 or ooys are world beaters. of the hall, it was sincerely control on Irvine All orders lift with our agent Henry L. Perry young men at $4.50', all necessary Miss Anne Crutcber will leave this hoped Boots and Shoes that wo that she would be able to re- pike, and is knowrn as the Simmons at White's drugstore, will receive prompt week to spend several months in Mer- sume again, as she 5.00, sell for $1.25, $1.50, $2, was by far the attention. 1 idian Miss and other Southern points. place. Apply to 6.00. $2.25, $2.50 are such best matron the hall has ever had. dccl-t- f Mks. H. Ziejiajt. "Bell's Flowers go! Misses Carolyn Reid, of Mt. Stergoods, that you have been Miss Nannie Willis, the popular ling,' and Lila Chanault, of Richdaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Willis paying more monej-- for. Everywhere." mond, were guests of Miss .Mary Gay ... novlO-Jsurprised on Sunday by anFOR SALE! Ct Messrs. P. B. Broaddus, Dr. Hooker and SainBiggerstafF, all of Richmond, spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. iSfjU P. F. Stillings last week, and put in the time hunting, with good success, having bagged over one hundred birds. London Kentuckian. Mrs. Henry Buttler left Tuesday for frHJSS nUMM aiTHi EirHJSrFHJBfTHJ grjHJE Phoenix, Arizona, to spend the wineMfiH m FrHi m q rajj m m i m m ter. Her daughters Misses Margaret, Ollio and Lonne will board at "the home of their grandfather, Mr. Jeptha Butler until her return. Bourbon in E.V.ELDE m m I i roprietod Slsra lOlJinrlljlllJSIS r r. Winter Schedules QUEEN & L ...:: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::!!::::: Everybody Knows HOUTE. ,i g W E? f&Vft SOUTH I u vrS! s News and Opinions National Importance The Sun AUOINE The Sunday Sun 87.50 Red-mo- n. Bell THE LE $10.00 If m M mm j Stiler-Chandl- er You will want your son a Suit or an Overcoat, you can't afford to miss looking at ours. We can fit a boy from 3 years old up to anv aire. """ to-da- y For Rent! two-stor- y vur out-buildin- t J' $ this "week. her friends FARM m il Tiiaaki?giving - Thoughts ! candy-pullin- w Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, acre place. In all Virginia there are few handsomer homes. twenty-seve- n rooms on a 700 mm CREAM DR He To Drediiors w ! BAKING .MOST A MWfflt, PERFECT-MAD-- E .... pure Grape CreWof Tartar Hnrict.Tm from Anwroatt, Alum of any other athriteact -- .j- $100 Reward, $100. The readers of this "paper will be pleased to learn thai there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that Is Catarrh. Kail's Catarrh Cure is the only positive euro now knovn to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional tratment. Ball's Catarrh Cure is taken Jnternally1 acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the hy building up Ihe constitution and assisting naturetin doing its wbrku The proprietors bare so inueh faith ia its curative powers, ibt thBV offer One Hundred Dollars lor may SemV.for-lw- t com that it fails to cure. -patient-.strength,, All the creditors of the KichmSnd Drug Company are hereby notified to file their claims with me properly verified at tbe law office of Jy, or uexure J. A. ouuiran inorjuciuavnu, will be barred. January 1, 1S98, the same Done per order of County Court, this' November 22, 1897:' All parties Indebted to the Richmond Drug Company are- requested to settle same St once and save cot. thankfulaesiL WERS, Trustee- You haTe aorH-4W. F ttenkfuljor.before. Tp eattav? !r v For Sale Forty-tbre- ! deHghU. -- I- "Why - acres of land, 12 acres cf wvjwrewM f"liwaiciiat this;eeaii Which e whk&i is. river bottom, kud. ?mkfifi Ad wjUUgood dwelling homeland rtabJjtwriyciiiriS e firet-claa- JMMMbya Ewwsrage-soB- one's tkank -- P - fttoifcTi "w Variety. lultS& . SSBPSt' -- Everything -- QHrajHSEVnfSBH T 1: " 11 it I "" , , worn, by men or boys. - M . .. of TMfiBwafcls? 7- - s j .i- IT. Addmp, F 3. QttWfy Co., Totede,"0 by inKUomi roc ee-i-m '. - - oa Uttr (Jraefc. Sterfa water- tank, call ob or adflrwM Foriarther porttculare , , wc JfB.GBUtm , JnrCkrisW wtinyHfc 53ISK3 trsLrsi rfHm. Ltf r- Mv.,o, ncjlli. Wk -- J - . mi : - - t C HHH aa. ia - P"1 1 - - Jfc -- - ' 7 m J The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY, ;DEC. 8, 1897. Advertisements will be received o by THE CLIMAX with the guar- - g 2 antee that its circulation exceeds ? O that of any other paper published o O 2, in Richmond, g How is this for prices on the following articles at Gus Margelen's: Mixed nuts, per lb- 121c London raisens per !b 8Jc Pure mixed candy per lb 7c Pure 6tick candy per lb 7c Favorite chocolate drops per lb ......15c Jelly beans per lb- Three cans tomatoes Best table peaches per can Rolled oats per package Arbucklps coffee, per package Florida oranges per dozen Dried fruit lower than the Ion est. Go To The Deestrick Sknle. 10c 25c 10c 5c 10c 20c Master Oliver Broaddus, son of Mr. Luther Broaddus, the well known "W. Prewitt,autioneer,8oldl2 horses butcher sawed off the end of his left and two mules at prices ranging from thumb Monday while at work in his SIS to S35. father's meat shop. He bore his sufferA new stock of buggies, etc. at ing like a soldier. John Donelson's. Stole a Gale Post We have heard of people stealing saw Daughters of the Confederacy will meet at tit home office of Dr. Poyntz mills, steamboats and the like, but a rogue that surpasses any that has ever Friday morning at 10 o'clock. come to light before is that one in the Stouffer is the oldest clothier, furnishWhites Station locality, who, it is said, er and Hatter in the city. one night last week stole Bill Adams' Dr. Young will be the schoolmaster, t. A farmer living out there, and Tommie Jones the clown, at the some time ago had on several occasions Deestrick Skule, next Tuesday night. the shoes stolen off of his horses, and this is undoubtedly the same rogue. Give us your trade and we will give you the best values in clothing that Gelling Ralher Personal. is to be had. Covington & Mitchell. Hades ought to have a hotter place There was a box supper at Blytho for the thief, who takes a paper for a school house, near Harris1 flat, Monday year or two and when asked to pay night for the benefit of a Christmas for it, tries to lie out it by saying he never subscribed, and there ought to tree. be a special asylum Its a hard matter to keep a stock ors who send papers for tho fool editthat way. The of vehicles on hand all the time; but one is a thief pure and simple, the if you will leave vour order with me other worse than Sut Lovingood's you will get what you want. natural born darn fooL Stanford sept-20-Cm Select Your Seat For The Deestrick Skule. Sawed of! his Thumb. Dandruff The beginning of baldness is dandruff. Keep the scalp dean and promote the growth of the hair by the use of MIffi FROM D!K NJ Local Option Triumphs in The Grade ts isisease A District. The Means Used To Accomplish The "Ways And Results. An The Throttle Thrown Wide Open. THE ENGINE THAT WORKS THE MACHINERY OF THE Unparalleled Victory For Temperance. 6, 1897. le gate-pos- Former Madisonian Elected Mayor of of Pineville. Bekea, Ky ,Dec. Editors Climax: Let. John Donelson. Journal. The Richmond Military Band will Fined Flly Dollars. givo a grand conumdrum banquet and anybody. A telegram Wednesday from Phoeconcert at court house Friday uight, nix, Arizona, btated that Conductor Services at Baptist church Sunday Dec. 17. Henry Butler, formerly of this city, morning and evening. See Stouffer for cheap overcoats. who was forced in self defense to There were about 15,00C 6l.ingles.on septr-29-6shoot and wound a drunken Mexican the market court day. Pou will be pleased when you see our deperado who was terrorizing the on Conductor Butler's Local option in the Glade carried beautiful holiday stock. Come and see passengers us before you buy. Corner Main and train, was tried in Phoenix and fined by a majority of nearly 16 to 1. fifty dollars for the offense. Mr. Second streets. A special Iipe of new holiday neckStouffer sells clothing cheaper than sept-29-(5m The following concerning a former Madison county man was taken from the Louisville Dispatch of December 3: C. T. Samuels is the first Democratic Mayor of tho city of Pineville. He is an original free silver advocate, and contributed enthusiastically to the Bryan campaign. Ho was born In Madison county, Ky., and went to Pineville in 1893, and has accumulated money in the livery and banking business, he now being one of the directors of tho First National Bank of that city. Ilia wife is a daughter of Mr. Green B. Million, of Madison county', Ky., who has been a member of the Madison County Court from the famons "Foxtown" precinct for forty years. Mayor Samuels' popularity is evidenced by the fact that he defeated a strong Republican in a town of a usual Republican majority of nearly 175. no one say that temperance pec-pcannot carry the day, anywhere in Kentucky, if they will put forth their best efforts. The Glade Magisterial District, composed of the precincts ol Blue Lick, Berea arid Duncannon, sends greetings to the friends of law and order everywhere. The sufllciencv of our local option law was questioned on the grounds of expiration by limitation, and the fact tint the many changes in the population throw a doubt upon the present attitude of the people. So they put up the fund required to pay the expenses of a new election and resolved to settle the question by an appaal to the Busy Bee Cash Stores TAXED TO ITS UTMOST CAPACITY.TO GET - I. ' $1 Jl I THIS GREAT BARGAIN HART 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 us this season. I ?! 11 in Phoenix Prof. Minier's First Public Performancp. Jas. P. Tribble, who recently paid the fine. Tho friends of readily the Butfell from the steps of a car at the K. ler family The penalty of 6 per cent was" adwill bo glad to learn that Prof. Fred S. Minier, the new and Depot, and was painfully bruised, ded to all taxes remaining unpaid C. the rumors of the trouble were greatly highly accomplished director of our is improving. band, payed a concert solo. "Nearer My Dec 1 exaggerated. God To Thee," at the Baptis church Suits to order at Stouffer's at ready A Worthy Son of a Noble Sire. Don't buy your shoes until you see on Sunday eveing, before a well filled Freeman Bros.' line; prices, $2, S3 and made prices. On our first page w e reproduce the house. Tho conditions were not alwear for Xmas. Covington & Mitchell. Mrs. Butler's friends sept-29-O- m Blankets of all descriptions, bought in Canton Flannels, bought direct from mills in solid car lots. As Our display of holiday goods- - is likeness of Hon Letcher Owsley, to- together favorable, as tho location of we have two great stores to buy for we can save our customers many a "Hard Earned Dollar" on Blankets. We lots. A great saving to our customers, as we can Bell them Lindsay Stull who Killed Jos. C. opened and ready. Come in and sec the gether with the more becoming write-u- p the choir in one corner rendered the sell them a nice white bed blanket, size, large enough latest goods at the lowest prices. Haot his career by the Stanford acoustics faulty and tho organ and Embry at Mt. Sterling, has been acfor any bed, at 4Scper pair. to you at ietail and give you wholesale prices. gan's Drug Store. Interior Journal. The young cornet were not exactly harmonious, quitted. gentleman has 6cored a great victory, in- yet the Professor brought out the diSee Stouffer for underwear. Presents for ladies, gentlemen and The new Braids, the new Trimmings, the prettiest Silks, the newest things in Dress deed, and aside from our personal re- vine tones of his gold cornet, accom- children, at Hngan's Drug Store, at any Goods, in patterns or by the yard, are to be had in our Dress Goods Department, "Our gard for him, we feel that his triumph is "panied on the organ by Mrs. Harvey price you w ish. Geo. W. Samuels has rented his farm of e importance. Brag'' Department. It was Chenault, a most conscientious and Gar- capable musician. The rendition was Best meat and sausage at W. J. atCaleast to James II isle and will move achieved in Republican to Pineville about January provided he rard, the home of Gov. Bradley, and well received and elicited manv comShearer's meat shop, First street. Small wears and notions of all kinds in large quantities can find a suitable location. The most elegant things to be had anywhere in suits or nov22-2mwe rise to nominate this brilliant young pliments after the service. Although are to be had in this great Emporum of Bargains. If you overcoats can be found here. Our scion of noble lineage for Attorney Gen- Prof. Minier is a master of the cornet Hats and caps latest styles and lowneed anything from a lc paper of pins to a buits and overcoats are the death knell to all competition. steam Belle Boyd, the famous Confederhe can play to perfection any instruengine you can find it at the Busy Bee Cash Store. eral in 1903. They fit better, thev look nicer, they wear longer and they sept ate spy, will lecture here Dec 1G. Re- est prices at Stouffer's. are priced loner. Try a suit of our Boys' Clothing. They ment he ever saw, and as ho is a member the date. Dr. Landman, the oculist and opJudge Hill Cannot Oppose a Lady. are double knee, double seat and elastic waist bandti, warBachelor of Music and a composer, ranted not to rip. Get our prices. See our Clothing. Last, but not least, is our Cloak Department. We take gloves tician, of Cincinnati, Ohio, will be at Finder of pair Judge C. B. Hill, of Beattyville, his presence here should he the siga special pride here, as pretty, stylish Cloaks are greatly the Glyndon Hotel, Richmond, Ky., who announced his candidacy for en- nal for a revival of interest in musishould return same to Mr. II. Chenault, admired by everyone and our Cloak Department is filled Wednesday, December S. Ve are the leaders in prices on all lines of Boots and rolling clerk of the house a few days cal circles and tho organization of Jr., and get reward. with beautiful tliinss. Call and look through whether you Shoes. Special attention paid to this stock. Special prineed a Cloak or not. We will be glad to show you tral Executive Committee. This comDon't buy a suit or hat for your boy after the recent election, has with- classes under his tutorship. Grand concert ajid conundrum all through the line, stock larger and more comces made through. drawn from the race for that place mittee arranged for a systematic educaplete than eer. Bring in your grain bags and fill them banquet by Richmond Military Band, without seeing Stoullers. Mr. Palmer is a Charmer. up. Prices low er than ever made. and will be a condidate for chief clerk, tional campaign. Eigh thousand pieces Mr. Wm. Arbuckle dehorned 100 at court house Dec. 17. his reason for withdrawing from the The beautiful show window of Mr. of literature were distributed, nearly Don't be the last one to call and see this immense stock raisins currants, fijis, head of cattle at Whites Station last race for the enrolling clerkship being E. H. P. Palmer can be no bettor de- every voter being thus reached. Thor Fresh citron, of beautiful fall goods. Don't wait until the best things with drawWe have a man's Ribbed Vest, week. He informs the Climax that he nuts of all kinds, and al! other ingrediMiss Tobin, has become scribed than to compare it to the oughly advertised meetings were held are selected and taken out. Fall in line and follow the ers to match, heavy weight, that we can sell at 25c each has dehorned altogether this season that a lady. ents, a' E. Deatherage & Co. crowd. You will meet with a hearty welcome ami be a candidate, and the judge says he Temple of Diana from which it is in nearly twenty places, for the full disthat beats the world. Same that sold last season at 49c. 700. about waited on by polite, nice salesmen. Thanking you for Vests, with pants, winter weight, 19c, d Ladies' cannot and will not run against a said icicles of diamonds dangled in cussion of the interests involved. From of evervthing for Christ- The best past patronage, we are J d Ribbed Vests and worth 2oc. Children's Clothing at prices never so low at lady. He realizes that it is a bad such rich profusion aa ti bedazzle the one to four were held every night, in mas at Hagan's Drug Store. Prices to Stouffers. pants from Sc up, winter weight An elegant line of lasept policy to change horses while crossing worshipers of the Goddess from afar different localities- Respectfully, These meetings Now is the time to buy. E jit everybody dies' and gents' fine LTnderwear in stock at very low prices. Prof. Leonard, of Youngtown, O., the stream, but thinks he will land off. Climax Mythology. Like were addressed by Revs. Young, Boat Mayor Covington will continue to will give a lecture herein the early part safely on the evergreen shore unless wise tho brilliant display in Palmer's man, Briney and Broaddus, from the be Mayor until January 1. See decision oi January. The subject will be Alaska, some fair lady should get in his way. window so confounds the sight of outside. Among the homo speakers of Judge T. J. Scott settling the dispute. as to be a source of distinct were Messrs. Frost, Dodge, Goodloe, and it will be presentod with stereopti-ca- n passers-b- y A Model of College Journalism. StoulTer sells clothing cheaper than suffering to their ocular optics. This Hunting, Deering. Ames, Ambrose, views. We are in receipt of "The Rose Tech- anybody. McMurry, Pasco, Early, tho sun Reed, If I havn't what you want give me nic," the student publication of Rose is especially the case whendisplay of Wyatt,Patrick, and Titus. Temperance Miller light falls upon the myriad as house girl wanted Position your order subject to approval. Folytechnic Institute, Terre Haute, Ind. cut glass, which reflects the rays of music of the finest quality was furnished white woman of experience. John Doxelsox Mr. Dwight Witherspoon, Jr., well re- - the great orb with positive discom- by Prof. Wilson and bv various quarAddress Carrie Howard, Richmond, Tho fort to the crowds who assemble tettes from Berea College and elsew here. membeied here, is Sowers Minstrels have given; satisKy. book is far and away ahead of faction wherever they showed in Madi The work did not stop here. Subthere. For afflicting the public in Just received 3,o00 pounds prune?, son, and will exhibit in we ever saw in college journals-I- t this manner, Mr. Palmer should bo committees carefully polled different various other evaporated apricots, peaches and apples is a typographical model, and its con- severely punished, and we suggest neighborhoods. parts of the State. W S. Sowers is one Personal work was at F. Deatherage & Co.'s at startlinc low tents rival the professional trade jour- that the best way to do this is for done among the doubtful. Systematic of the oldest minstrel men living. prices. nal of the civil and electrical engineer those who admire exquisite cut glass arrangements were made for checking See Sheriff Simmons has received his clothing, Stoufler and save money on and enters upon the field covered by to make a raid on the store andpur-chas- e off the electors as fast as they voted and over coats and underwear. Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the quietus from Auditor Stone, having the Scientific American. Not only is the last piece there. Mr. Palm- sending for the infirm and tardy. The I ImHIvi V Bia, Constipation and Indi- finest liver and bowel regulator ever settled the taxes of Madison county, Mr. Witherspoon greatly honored in er has no right to kick when he is women effected a superb organization, made. mayl ly gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Our Military Band is making greatei being chief of its staff, but even such a the aggressor, and the public must bo held prayer meetings at a dozen places Farmers have slain hogs by hundreds progress thau any previous organization. of the season fell over this The first tamous technical institution as Hose is you want a nice pair of tan We can now have the finest band in the honored by possessing such a splendid protected. If necessary we will our- simultaneously, observed a day by fast- Stimulate the stomach, mo n shoos, at $2 1jx calf, or patent leather meeting, uud rouso the liter, cure bilious- selves lead an unarmed band of Ken ing and holding an y 1 1 State under their present excellent in- publication. For Sidney Troubles $:; and $4, don't fail to go to Freeman Having sold our farm we w ill tl provided for making the polling places ness, headache, ill ziness, h tuckians to the assault. 111 !!l Fcr Pnonmonla. fcJ structor. Don't forget their conunour stomach, constlpatfon, there is nothing better than Foley's offer at public 5ale on nov 1 m. Brothers. the scene of a general social and religious etc. Price 2S cents. NM liy all dniRRl'ts. Dr. J. C. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich., Mrs. Henry Clay's Recipe for Curing Hams. drum bauquet Dec. 17. meeting, on election day. They dis- The only 111U to talco with Hood's Sarsaparilla. says: "I have used Foley's Honey and Kidney Cure, everyone who tries it will celeiy for sale Fresh agree to this. This is the way Mrs. Henry The friends of Mrs. J F. Stone are pensed hot coffee and sandwiches to all by W. O. Middelton. the oldgardner, ThBntoy,DoMfflk'16,97, Rev Keal, of Winchester, has been Tar in three very severe cases of pneuthe celebrated Ashland hams: notified that she is engaged in trimcomers, while the melodious strains of The foundation for Lexington's brewof Lancaster avenue. Three bunches On Wedcalled to the Christian church at Speed- monia the past month with good reming for Mrs. Lucy Maun, on Main For every 10 hams of moderate size she temperance and religious music were ery is up. sults." well, fir 10 cents. 15 The following property, street, opposite Blanton's coal ofllce. took 3J pounds of fine salt, one pound nesday, December 1, at G p. m.. Mr, heard from morn till night. When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, cattle, was hanged at the A Rev. Rydout.of Richmond, Va., has Ladies need no assurance that these of saltpetre and two pounds of brown R. T. Embry, a prominent young man What were the results ? On that disWhen wear begins to exceed repair in candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. :5S yearling cattle, (extra quality), in the National Wethers-fielsugar, and after mixing them thor- and been appointed rector of the Episcopal fashionable milliners have no supemal day, December 4th, more than a your body you are going to fall sick. The Connecticut State prison at may5 lyr 1 yoke of extra work oxen, (large, oughly together, rubbed the hams Bank, and Miss Gertrude Lingenfel-te- r, church in this city. He will arrive riors in Richmond, and their prices 1 bull calf, (deep red). vote of the whole district was signs of it are loss of flesh, paleness, Intercollegiate oratorical contest at the popular and attractive polled. No religious meeting could be therewith on both sides. They were 1 steer calf; 1 yearling bull, (deep January 13'h. and goods are without a peer, weakness, nervousness, etc. The repair "Winchester the 10th. y red), then packed in a tight box and put in daughter of Mrs. W. T. West, were more impressive than was this election needed is food. You think you eat nov3-9- v The nicest and cheapest lot of tan, 40 have lost confidence and hope a cool outhouse for about three declared man and wife by Elder day in the two precincts where the ar- enough, and yet you feel that you wear The Paducah Regieter has sued the good good sheep bred in September to bucks, box calf, enamel and patent leather Tiie best conservatory methods of weeks, as well as health, because they have Paducah Sun for libel. then taken out and put in a George Gowenat the home of the rangements were most elabbrate. The out more tissue, energy, 3 good brood mares, all good workers, than s shoes in tewn at Freeman Bros; prices instruction taught, music and r, Mr. W. T. West, bride's Kidney diseaso was in1 nice saddle mare, pickling tub or hogshead and covered great mass of our people, many of them your food makes for you. The difficulty been told their nov $2, $3 and $4. lroin any publisher or manufac1 extra nice yearling stallion, large with brine strong enough to float an on Danville Avenue. Attendants, strangers before, were knit together in is that you do not digest enough. And curable. Foley's Kidney Cure is a Tetter, and Kczema. fine, Guaranteed remedy for the discouraged The R. N. I. & B. train now leaves turer in the world, supplied at egg. After three weeks they were Mr. William Embry and Miss Lizzie friendship. Many lovers of whisky beThe intense itching and smarting inci- and fine filly, saddler, 1 this is so serious it is worth sitting dow n and disconsolate studio, the most elegant music taken out, thoroughly rubbed with Thompson. The wedding march was dent to these diseases is instantly allayed at 2.55 j). m, with here for Louisville S well bred jacks, from 1 to old, came the most zealous advocates of local seriously to think about. If you can't by applying Chamberlain's Eye and in the city. 317 West Main St. connection at XiehoJasvillc looms fresh salt and hung up in a well ven played by Miss May Hughes. Af- prohibition. Behold the ote A man was suffocated in a fire which Skin Ointment. Many very bad rases 2 jack colts; lb" well bred easels, eat, take a few doses of digest what you IS shoats, tor Cincinnati. A beautiful and lasting Christmas tilated house for a few days to dry, ter the ceremony tho happy pair and No License. Shaker Digestive Cordial. Tho effect of caused a locs of 5125,000 at Providence, have been permanently cured by it. It License. 5 Poland China brood sows, a number of friends went to Mr. is equally efficient for itching piles and 19.... 181 R I. William Moores, a young son of present, combining culture, refinement then hung in the smoke house and Blue Lick... 1 red boar, 2 Poland China boars, it will be to increase your flesh and make a favorite remedy for sore nipples; Sam F. Emhry's, father of the groom, 1 large mare mule, extra 293 14.... John Moores of this city, died last and elegance, is a guitar, Banjo or man- smoked witli green hickory or walnut to partake of an elegant supper. The Berea you feel stronger. You won't fall sick. chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites The Coming of Baby. 119 week from nicotine poison, from ex- dolin and a thorough course of instruc- wood until tho color of bright Duncannon- and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. worker, extra mare mule colts, Proof that it is iu control of your repair 2 very When a baby comes to the house real when each ham was sewed up event is one of the most important of tion at Prof. Minier's Parlor, Conservacessive cigarette smoking. apparatus. It's easy enough to test this happiness comes. The care and anxiety 2 medium mule colts. Dr. Cadj's Condition Powders, are in a canvass, the bag whitewashed the season and had been expected for Total tory .cf Music, 317 West Main street. 40 593 Also a lot of farming implements, 1 for yourself. Take a few bottles of Shak- count for nothing against the clinging just what a horse needs when in bad An elegant line of tan, box call, ena long time. Stanford Journal. to dry. wagon, 2 ox carts, 1 large Just think of it! Almost 15 to 1! er Digestive Cordial. Sowers Minstrel Company will show and hung condition. Tonic, blood purifier and shoes, at Freeamel and patent leather touch of the little hands and tho sound roller, 1 binder, vermifuge. They are not food but slide, McCormick only two, 1 season. 1 And all this was accomplished by ap10 cents to $1.00 Sold by druggists at The Climax Will Boom It Herafter. man 3ros. tit popular prices, $2, S3 and at White's School House, on the Barnes of the little voice. The highest Junction medicine and best in use to put a complauter, used 1 wheat drill (Kenthe peals to reason, conscience, and love of per bottle. night Mill turnpike on Saturday nov 17 lm $4. given to human beings is bringing When a patent medicine company horse in prime condition. Price 25 Randall 3 harrow, Oliver plows, home and all that is sacred, suppletucky), No. 20 next. The show will be, like all those entrusts its business to a gentleman of children intothe world. Every cents per package. Reagan. Mrs. Ellen Reagan, mother Al Davidson shot and killed Bud 6 or 8 double shovels, 2 Brown cultivaSame old story' with nearly all that given by this compauy, a afand the cleanest poof women apgall of Robert and John Reagan, died at the mented by prayer thirty years ago the needs come in and see oursuits and overcoats, fair, full of fun, and long to be remem affability insteau of consummate People genenerally ore killing hogs tors; double trees, single trees, and other litical agencies. The fullest discussion Lever at Clarksville, Tenn. farming implements. pealed to Dr. Pierce, now chief consult- early owining to the scarcity of corn. close fisted financial notions, it will be latter's home near Pond Church, Thursbut one verdict, "You have the best and bered. Admission, 15 cents. of opponents was was invited, no abuse Also from S0O to 1,000 shocks of very Out Of Order. with by the news- day night, aged' about senenty-fiv- e heartily ing phyeician to the Inavlids' Hotel and & .Mitchcheapest in town. Covington indulged in, and not a cent of money fine fodder, well tied up, and SO acre of order, sores Surgical Institute, ot Buffalo, N. Y. The Doa't Tobacco Spit asd Saoia Your Lifa Away. value. The worth paper which gets its advertising. Mr. years. Everything has a "My blood wts out Buried in the family burying was used to influence votors. It was a ell. If you want to quit tobacco usincr easily pasture to g feed it on with plenty of money is what all want. Many Thos. Dugan is such a gentleman we ground Friday. all over me and I suffered with result of his study improved by thirty and forever, be made well, strong, magnetic, good water pays a good price for of your glorious triumph of right through right broke out Richmond Terms given on day of sale. Sale to may promise you two dollars for one, mean of the first class. He comes here sick headaches. After taking a few bot years of practice is embodied in Dr. full of new life aud vigor, take Long. Perry C. Long, one of the methods. May we not indulge iu a litgas lights and the question arises men begin tnat makes the an agencj for the famous only goes to get you in their house. to It strong. Many gala ten pounds Inweakdays. south at 10 o'clock, ou pretnLses 21 miles tles of Hood's Sarsanarilla my face be Pierce's Favorite Prescription, ten of Kingston, in .Madison countv, "why in the don't tho gas company that we promise you is in every dollar Dr. establish New Discovery, Electric best known farmers in Madison county, tle honest pride? of your King's What came smooth and the sores disappeared strengthens, purifies and makes healthy Over 400,000 cured. Buy G J.WHITEctiON. Now, brethren in other districts, if attend to its business on dark spent with us for clothing and anything Bitters, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve, died at his home near Ruthton, Thurs'to cure, 50c or Kv. congives drutrgiat, under guarantee mailed free. Ad. of headaches and the organs distinctly feminine. It $1.00. Booklet and sample day night, of blood poisoning, aged 76 you cannot do quite as well, you cer- I am also relieved nights?" At the same time and place the unsider myself well." Mas. Mary Dus-ca- weak women the strength and health Sterling liemedy Co., Cliicaco or New York. in our line, for men or boy's wear to which have stood the testof thirty years, dersigned will sell a lot of highly bred Last lecture oi the series for the give you full value for your money. and he succeeded in placing his goods years. Deceased leaves a wife and two tainly can win a glorious victory, if you necessary for the production of healhy Hickory Valley, Tennes-ee- . Paducah has two Mayors, owing to a harness and saddle horses, : children, Woodson Long and Mrs. Dan- try. If you want help, in music or benefit of the Infirmary will be given See our line. Covington & Mitchell. children and it makes the bearing of seeming conflict in the charter. on sale at Perry and Thomas' drug iel Tudor, both of this county. okl, dam Brown Oaks, 2:30, sneaking, call upon your friends. Let house, December 19. Belle at the court popular and enterprising Hood's Pills are the best family cathar- thof-- children easy. It is sure to cure Hambletonian mare. The eminent Comedian, Mr. Wm. store, the Reid. John Reid, of Red House, us redeem our grand county from the Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys and Boyd, the famous woman Confederate old, 2:30, by Belle Wilkes, druggists. "When it came to selecting tic and liver medicine. Gentle, reliable, any weakness or derangement peculiar to bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. II. Crane, will be at the Lexington op disgrace of the licensed saBelmont Wilkes. spy, will be the attraction. 1 was aged eighty years, died Friday, Decem- damnable women; stops pain, soothes inflammaadvertising medium the Climax sure. mavl-l- y 10c. 1 Combined eorrel gelding, by Emera house Saturday, matinee and night, an Law and Order. ber 3, 1897, of Bright's disease. His re- loon ! tion, strengthens, purifies, invigorates. Mr. Harvey Chenault, Jr., is mourn- December 11th, presenting at the mati- chosen, having the largest bona fide The Henderson freight depot, which peror Wilkes. 11 County Sheriffs pasd $100,000 into the Are You Nervous? u of any paper in mains were interred Saturday at It was burned, will be erected at once. filly by same, well broke. 1 ing the loss of a fine pair of dark nee his great successful play ' The Sen- list of subscribers State Treasury Fridav, three settling in gelding by same, well connty. Remember these fa o'clock in the Harvey Cobb burying I Madison Mrs. C.C Filgloves, for which, if the finder will ator." For the accommodation of S. Morgan, a condemned murJohn He was the father of Malcolm broke. Great Music Offer. ler, 135M South full. mous remedies and the place to get ground. office or to Mr. Chenault a return to this derer, escaped from jail at Ripley, "SV. 1 Combiued saddle aud harness mare. patrons, special rates have been Reid formly of this city, and Nathan Fourth street, Sond us the names and addresses suitable reward will be paid. 1 Saddle brood mare and colt. j arranged on the railroads. Lung soreness is a forerunner of ser- Va. Also special them. Columbus. Ohio, Reid of this county. Also father of 1 Couib;ned saddle and harness colt, or three or more performers on the Dr. prices for the matinee. Satur- A writes to Co- ious trouble. If vou feel the slightest inThe best game of football ever reduced Everybody Says So. old. Part of The Vast Estate of the Dukeol Mrs. Clay Rice at Irvine. piano or organ together with 10 cents Hartman, of allay the dication, Dr. Bell's Pine Tar played here was that in which Rich- day, night, Mr. Ciane will present his Cascarets Candv Cathartic, the most wonTerms on day of sale. Argylc Coming to this County. lumbus, O., as in silver or postage and wo will mail deci-3pleasH. Crane, in "The and prevont turther pro- derful medical dfscovervof t!ie Courtinflammation Matinee Special for Wm, D. W. TRIBBLE. mond darkies beat a Danville team latest successful play "A Virgiuia follows: "For gress of peotly taste, Cunningham, of Bourbon Mrs. the disease. It is the most eff- ant and rerVeslunt; to the liver ana.tliowels, you ten pieces of full sheet music, Senator. 10 to 8. ten or fifteen and positively on kidneys, It was pronounced a fair ship." Orders sent to Manager Scott at county, John us the subjoined Enquirsends years 1 nave icient means of curing coughs, cohl, and cleansing tho entire system, dispel cold consisting of popular songs, waltzes, square game of professional football. Lexington for scats will receive prompt On account of performance of Wm. been subject to bronchial affections found in the annals cure licadaclie, fever, habitual comtipation marches, etc., arranged for the piano city can at- er special, as the Estills are heirs. H. Crane and Company of excellent attention. Parties from this and biliousness. Please buy and try a box nervous dyspep of medicine. Until you have looked at the tend the matinee, ami return on regu- Capt. James Estill's wife was Miss 10, 2. SO cents. Bold and and organ. Address Popular Music It ot C. C. C. OF players in his celebrated play "The 1 would sia. guaranteed to cure by all druggists. They have a family nov3-2Mary-- Campbell. style and costs of the barouches phae- lar trains. Co., Indianapolis, Ind. Senator" at Lexington opera house Sat- have spells of quivering in my stomach, School Superintendents will meet at history running back two hundred years, tons and road wagons at S. L. In a hotel fire at Milwaukee one life President McKinley's mother is still Garrard afternoon, December llth, the with smoothering feelings. My nerves Fraukfort, December 28, to sit three County you can never b3 6ure that Circuit Court. directly from the Argyles, of .Scotland, urday was lost and five persons were injured. alive, but is slowly growing weaker. Ohio railway will sell were terribly debilitated. I was suffer- days. newest, family creast. Chesapeake and you have examined the Circuit court convened on Monday, whence they derive their all trains of that ing Farm Wanted. AcMnj Joints from what is called nervous prostracheapest and best styles of vehicles. Judge Thos J. Scott presiding, and Hon. John Campbell has one of the finest tickets, good on Catarrh, life scrofula, is a diseaso of day at one fare for the round trip, good tion, My stomach felt bloated and I was Co., will Among the As Announce the presence of rheuma want to rent a farm of 25 or 30 otter trustee ot sale Richmond Druebidder I what At- private libraries in Scotland. I The benches at the Baptistchurch 33. A. Crutcher, Commonwealth's by purifyto the highest at public returning Dec. 12th. At night, he wjll trembling. I con- the blood and may he cured tism is due to lactic acid in the blood acres to be put in corn on the shares. is known as the Joe Merritt (arm, contains 11 popping very torney at his post of duty. The follow- tho heirs in this county is Major Jona- play "A Virginia Courtship." Trains constantly weak and having a propensity for ing the blood witll Hood's Sarsaparilla. situated in Garrard county Ky., cured by liniments or oth like enough grass for Acres of Land,of Paint Lick Creek, two mi.es than T. Estill and Mrs. Bettie Pittman, leave Lexington returning at 5:50 and sulted several physicians who treated me on the waters loudly when thoy are sat upon, and ing is the grand jury: It It can not be applications. Hood's Sar- Would four to haveof ot without doing any good. I had almost er outward about head stock. "Would south LickKirksTille and three miles west of J. L. Griggs, foremam; C. F. Parkcs, of this city. depot, on when the whole congregation sits Send order for seats to Chas. given up in despair when I heard of Paint The special is dated at Warren, 0.f 8:50 p.m. Mrs. Matilda Delilah Shields died at saparilla purifies the blood, removes the want moderately good house, barn Mr. Chancellor says it J. P. Dcnham, J. R- - Cox, John C. Madown at once, Scatt, Manager, Lexington opera house. It was about six years ago that I Washington at tin; age of 113 years. cause of rheumatism and permanently and garden. Anyone desiring to Wednesday, December 8, 1897, reminds him of a sham battle. Stan- son, John D. Hamilton, Jeff Robinson, Nov. 27, and is as follows: G. W. Barney, Dis. Pass. Agt. first took I found it an immecures this disease. This is the testimony rent such farm will address me at Between the hours of It and 12 o'clock, on the "Interest in the reputed Scotch for Deatherage, J. W. Herndon, L. V. Joe ford Journal. CUBAN OIL cures of thousands of people who ones sufler-e- d Kingston, Ky. premises. On this farm there is a good two- -. diate relief to all my disagreerble symptune to which the Campbells, of this A. B. Halby. story residence containinehalls. porches. kitch LOST STEER. Dodge, W. B. Jones. M. C. West. Cut?, Barne, Bruises, Rheu speak for themselves. Good values including en; and all necessary toms. It is the only medicine that has city, and the mother of President nev24 4t the pains of rheumatism bit who matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. stables and tobacco barns, sufficient to house lost at the cattle Tho undersigned Honest dealing commands trade. We Relics of James Estill. been of any use to me." Mrs. Lucie ever are hirs, has been revived by a 20 acres of tobacco. Thore is also two good have actually been cured bj taking The present pospect for wheat is flat- - tenement houses, store houses and pens on Court day one brindle or dark Waldie. Otsego Lake, Mich., Box 67, stand on the merit of our clothing and There is a water faudne in the prohi- Hood's Sarsaparilla. Its great bower to tering.. Major Jonathan T. Estill, who is letter from Mrs. N. M. Copeland, of on the farm. The farm Is In a high stnte of spent with us must have proud to be known as the grandson ol Silver Cliff, Colorada, one of the heirs. red steer, about GOO lbs., dehorned, white writes: "For three years I Buffered with bition State ol foinsas. every dollar cultivation, a targe portion ot it beintr fine act upon the blood and remove every acco-land and adjoins the lands ot W. . Adspot on back, and white catarrhal dyspepsia. I wrote to you tor full satisfaction. Come and see our the Indian fighter and Kentucky pio- The estate, which is in Scotland, Mrs. crown, white of the wonderful impurity is the secret am., Mrs. Maggie Iforris. O. J. Hendrea, D. C. 71)3 Modem Mother streak on left shoulder. Liberal reward advice and 'you. told me to take your and others, and containing IH acres of Pumas goods. It is your interest. Covington neer, James Estill, who lost his life Copeland says, amounts to millions of cures by flood's Sarasparilla. J' of an acre of land erclusire of for information of steer's whereabouts. medicines. & Mitchell, dc-l-what k known as the Merritt graro yard and It hns been ten months Has found that her little ones are itn in a conflict with the savages at Mt. dollars; that if the money is all drawn is to be reserved. Geo.B. Todd, apeedwell: n since I began to use your medicines and proved more byithe pleasanHSyrup of TERMS. The above farm will be sold on a Corn is bringing $1.75 to $2 deliv- Sterling on March 22, 1782, showed us at once it will break the Bank of Eng Or to Cmmax office. dec8-4fall loggidg business promises to Notice ts hereby given that the firm of Will credit ot six. twelre and eighteen months, three I am perfectly well. I think your med Figs, when in need of the laxative effect beThe which the old pioneer land. The property was willed to the ered at Burgin. The Harrodsburg yesterday arifle good iams s BrooKa bare this day dissolved part- of a gentle remecy ;than Jby any other,icines deserving; of much praise." Betaaip, Brooks retlreinit and J, Ji. Democrat says that James Bradshaw, carried at that memorable battle. It American heirs with the understanding REMOVAL. wilaass becoming mem. rTl,A rtArDAu wlis, fu,,KA.1 thi , conre- bmlnws hereafter to exclusive proprietor, the a lien will he retained ubor said lasd rMraialt Send for Dr. Haftman's latest book Rnuuiaiitw rnoffr aceopiaoie-inot be transferred for 100 litrnjimn nuuutmuiucu saw be conducted on account of that vicinity, has several hundred has a barrel 3G inches in length and that it should ot and ia the name of J. M. WilHassv Parties the purchase money is paid. Posaosaao Address your Children eajoy it and it benefits thets. Ration last Sunday by coHghiBsjk Dr. Valantlne H Hobson, of Louis-il- l. on "Winter Catarrh." bore. Another relic, is a years, owing toa certain condition. Jhe barrels an his cribs and saye ho will a holding claims agates said firm wiH receive jaaaary i, njee. ' will, remove hisdental office to to call da Z rrv A Thomas and MTmeat sa proeantattoa ot sane sad yartiaa W. F.jrSWEWfJ not sell a barrel of it for less than $2 50, J powder horn marked W. E., for Us 100 years have expired. The.eatate was BicliwoBd.Ky., on December 1, 1807 .letter to Columbus, Ohio. freeZPru-iH- i i The tru wtsedyj Syrup of Figs, feraka - Askyonr.drngfisE lor a ufaetcraiby' th' Cfthfornia rig avtu M Mnw m.rntrr OBmur-- t kcLIV, faMM to said Arm wttt plMM sail amTaeMte of Major left bv. the Duke of I Areyle. and the' ferbK&cnce(H aeatwry.. ,y race next as he believes it Is sore to go to that owner, Win. Estill, father "a -' dm-l. wnj.i amb it aaooKa. . "AlBMuiwfor WW.- - 'I'fmTiTiVinllii nrn firnrt AJJBfMninailtg 1''t'uoyk-uv jPempuiy ool. . 1 c:'s -- dl-m . door io vaawm," novae T9BW&t EatUL 3? figure or oyer. "w T"- "- . -J t ,T r t" " - j -' -' "" -:" - :, , Tzi? ih r : . . z 5 li 100-pa- $1. nov 17-l- ni Semi-Week- ly 6ept-20-G- m state-wid- rock-ribbe- d o 29-l- seal-ski- n people. Note the difficulties which, from a worldly point ot view, we had to overcome. Iu 18SS, when the question was last voted upon, the open ballot was used; the present secret ballot might embolden some to vote as they would he ashamed to do openly. The change of time from August to December and the fact that no election of officers was now involved were both unfavorable to bringing out tho vote. Many claimed that an election was unnecessary, and be they might stay away from the polls. The vote of 188S stood 435 to 131 for temperance, and this tended to beget a false security. If, in spite of all these difllculties, we should not reach a re suit as decisive a3 before, some would think that the temperance sentiment had gone backward. There was some adroit evasion of existing laws ; and the influence of a distillery within our boundaries and of two or three just outside, was to be met. What was don6 by the friends of temperance? A grand tomperance rally was held, three weeks before the election, with anvils, military display, a parade of school children with banners, and a large meeting crowded with music and oratory. An elaborate organization was effected, with Messrs. L. V.Dodge, E. T. Fish and J. C. Mason as the Cen- 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 years 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 fhe pace for competition and let them follow. Great stocks of Calicos are piled up on the streets and in the store and some of the very best brands are only 3Jc per yard. Bring your wagons and load up. We don't offer you one yard at this price, but 1,000 yards if you want them. ir n Jr 10-- 4 tailor-mad- satin-line- d full-grow- n S3pt-2S)-G- m fleece-line- d, fleece-line- fleece-line- 29-Gi- n sept-29-G- m - W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. editor-in-chie- f. any-Ihi- ng 4m m sept-29-G- all-da- Moods IO snow-Kansa- s. PublicSale! tc-w-it: ft re-fo- re 17-- home-grow- n Clay-mad- e MARRIED. i:. er dec-l-- m EMBRY-LiNGENFEiiTE- dec-l-- wife-murder- er book-keep- d. two-thir- Lost-Man- iustru-meut- nerve-forc- e, step-fathe- 17-l- Salt-Rheu- m Prof-Minier- 's dec-l-- m rs te ! ran-hogo- two-hor- se DEATHS. heal-thy.hap- left-han- d first-cla- ss never-freezin- c, wonder-worke- r, 3 x. to-w- '! i it seal-ski- out-of-to- " ? ag-e- , w ?m sfL &m,m Trustee's Sale y; m Mid-chafF- s. Fan! a. I Pe-ru-n-a. Mc-Kinl- ey post-offic- e tob- m Notice of Dissolution! J-- O. one-eigh- th w - o - re '- - yj"e" - -- -I 1 - 3N. . - -- :" A . r- j'zi . A- -- 7" ..s 1 it SwMifeiwjvifel.: f m m. . ...d a. I t - t I ::SADDLERY.:i i D 5 BELLS The Richmond Climax. FAITH AND PRAYER. EVEN SETTLE OUTLINES THE CONGRESS. ff&3 w 99tr99999l6 'Jtemarkable Jiecovery Credited To Prayer. Pine AtWaltebAzbeli.'s Livbrv Stable. harness, cheaper All kinds of hand-mad- e than can be bought any where in Richmond. Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction feb24-t- f guarantcd. . t Tar t Geo. White. Honey wilt stop yourcouh and cure the cause rAOCCAU, KY. 27-- 20 The Speefel Horses, TCj The Finest Kigs, The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- Sold by all drugststa or sent upon receipt of price c.t 50c. and 1 per bottle by THE E. E. SUTIlEnX.AM MEDICINE CO, fRE! TORNADO -- mucLhomes and tention, The Cheapest Prices, business propertj" against The F.avorite Stable. Fire Insure j'our 0 Tornado. I represent two of the most reliable Insurance Companies Telephone Your "Cousin," in the United States and respectfully ask P. B. BROADDUS, 3'our patronage. for a share of Hunley's Old Stand. S. F. ROCK, 33 No. 26. e2-l- y 26S' Sec. Street, (Vp Stairs). WAYS. UEO. W. KlliEY ONE OF TWO hi CHIEF CAT7S3. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidneys is the chief cause of bladder 9 Geo. W. Rilev. troubles. So the omb, like the bladder, was created for one purpose, and if not doctored too much is not liable to AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CTRE J.X.L istttov IMrame SJcm t ailingcnutad weakness or d'sease, except in rare cases. oryIiapotencj.hIeeplertnees,etc-- , bj Abase cr other Li cesses end Indis- It is (situated back of and very close to TJry quickly and turcl cretions. restore Lost Vitaliu in old or xoanc and the bladder, therefore anv pain, disease ousiness or mamnee utamaa lortttacy, nnd (VmKnmntion if or inconvenience manifested in the kidIrernt InsanitT takn in tima. Tboirano iromediato improve neys, back, bladder or urinarj passage is and eCtcts a -I IE where all other fail In zneni st npoa having h- fcnnino Ajar Tablets Thej often, by mistake, attributed to female have cured thouandfl and wiilcsreroc Wertreapos-luvwritten maracte toeCect aenre CQ n each case or refund the money Price vv PTC per weakness or womb trouble of some 6ort. this story of Anne Partish will bome-whUIOi By packuce, or tix pkire 'foil treatments for The error is easily made and may be as mail, in plain wrawer npon receipt of rrice Circular interfere with '" AJAX REA1EDY CO., HSESTK'" easily avoided. To find out correctly, theory. The Anne the Hannah Adams Parrish Club wa3 For sale in Richmond Ky by Hagan & set your urine aside for twenty-fou- r composed of twenty-thre- e young women fab3-l- y Hemdon hours; a sediment or tettling indicates of excellent families, and they devoted kidney or bladder trouble. The mild themselves to philanthropic work. 50 YEARS' and the extiaordinary effect of Dr Kil- They met every week and devised plans EXPERIENCE mer's Snamp-ltoo- t, the creat kidney and for relieving the sufferings and necessibladder remedy, is soon realized. I f ties of the poor and aflhcted. The need a medicine you should have the granddaughters and best. At druggists fifty cents and one of the members of the origtnal sodollar. Yen may have a sample botlle ciety Mill carry on the work, aud are and pamphlet both sfnt free by mail. now preparing to celebrate the 102nd Tradc Marks Designs Mention the Ci.im and send your ad- anniversary of the club's birthday. rV? vN Copyrights &c Anyone endlnR a sketch and description may dress to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, Passing down through tho oldebt quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an N. Y. The proprietors of this paper dauuhter. the present officers of the invention is probably patentable Communications strictly confidential. IlandbooS on Patents guarantee the genuineness of this offer. club are two "clerks," a treasurer, and sent free. Oldest acency for seennnp patents. Patents taken thronch Mann & Co. recelvo rprrial notice, without charge, in the an executive committee of thirteen. THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. Wright's Celerv Capsules. Shelbvville, Ky., May 26, '90. To Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: Gents I have purchased a box of Wrieht's Celerv Capsules from G. N Middelton, druggist, and used them for Soar Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti pation ana lound that they cave me im mediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedv. Yours very truly, Of Slielbyville, Ky., Recommends The bladder was created for one purpose, namely, a receptacle for the urine, and as such it is not liable to any form ot disease except by one or two ways. The first way is from imperfect action of the kidneys. The eecond way is from careless local treatment of other diseases. MADE ME A MAM e Asked by an Enqnirer reporter what Mrs. Adrian Iselin ia to day at her 3iome in thid city en the hljrh road to Congress would probable 00 this winter .Tedovery from an illness which less Congressman Even E. Settle said : "Congress will do as little as possible. Speed-- 1 .than a month ago her physicians anGiiidkiu At her home near 0 well, on November 22, after a short ill- nounced could not terminate otherwise The fact is. our Kepublican triends do than fatally. So near at hand was not know what to do, and yet they reness of alrout 4S hours of meniTiranoua $ croup, God called from earth the- sweet death that Father Kellner, cf St. Gab-j-iel- cognize that the peoplo are expecting J all diseases demanding flirmative action w For1 ones up peculiar to women and jlrls. w aud church, New Bochelle, was spirit of alary "Willie, the youngest it ine nerves, improvcune ad- - Q V petite, Enriches the Blood, and (lives Life. to administer lo her the last on several subjects. I do not bechild of John W. and Jennie Gt'uier. & ! Health and Strength. It Is the ot tho family and sacrament of the church. When the lieve they will do anything on the mon She was the suiibhino 1 had brighted their pathways for only J summons came Father Kellner was con ey question. The fact that the Senate 1 y UAKXS THE C0MPIEXI0H CLKAB. ij) will not ducting the Sunday-schoo- l. with the Republican w yean. three and one-hal- f A botUe of" Monthly "PeguUUngW As he hurried to the bedside of his be- House will not justify nonaction by the U CDCCI Pills with each bottle. For sale by W rnCC 1 "0 what do you think tho ane,elsBay T loved parisbioner, the priest asked the House fn the eyes of the nation. The w all dealers or sent direct upon receipt of price by vj H Nen Spencer Med. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. up in heaven Said tltc children children to pray for the recovery of the 'trouble is the House dose not car to "o UDIES'SPECiAL TREATMENT: i. "There's a dear little girl coming home dying woman. on record. As to Cuba, the House Jv cases requiring special treatment, address, Jj) to day, giving symptoms. Ladles' iledlcal De- - j( Father Kellner then left the church would pass the Senate resolution recog- (K partment. AJvlce and book on Female S! She's most ready to fly away and hurried to the bedside of Mrj. Ibe nizing belligerency if it is allowed to K Diseases, with testimonials, free. ImJf1 JK ALL JOc. Riw Q 0 Sfm BVf . 2xa mf JwLm riiB k9 bb taHM & From the earth we used to live in; lin. To his surprise he found her ma- - come up. I do not think Speaker Reed (nR ftirjB NMHBLiBti mww Cf tu Let's go and open the gates of pearl, DRUGGISTS. 25c. 50c For Sale and Recommended by Slady had taken a sudden turn for the will permit its consideration. I believe Open them wide for the dear little ruI," tho McKinley policy is to temporize Said the children up in heaven. o PERRY & THOMAS. dec8-i- y could not explain it. and postpone action, hoping that Spain septs-i- y Father Kellner said y that he felt may in some way bring the-- war to an "God wauled her here, where his little Mrs. Iselin's recovery wa3 nothing short end with our intervention. ones meet," of a mircle, and that it was due solely to MiV! Said the children up in heaven; "A bankrupt bill of some kind will be i ; :hek v&f-i-) i EMant--aA "jy ife vjk "She shall play with us in the golden the prayers of the children of St. Ga- - pass, I trust the bill reported from the t "r X street, urns cnucn. utie cnurcn is tne one I Senate, but the influence of the creditor Y& w. She fiad grown too fair, she had grown Mrs-- lselin built and endowed. (New class maj bo stong enough to force the A complete line of evervthinir usually found in York telegram to Chicago Chronile. too sweet as a substitute. The trouble Torrey bill prices never befoiv ttpi.r.o class harness shop, and ?&' For the earth we used to live in ; with the Republicans is they do not Whii . L Richmond. sunshine, this dear little SIGUT RESTORED BY FAITH. She needed the recognize that the need of a bankrupt to suit the pun-h.i-- . IT all prices, Rugs, girl, Mrs. Michael lirnzill, seventy years bill is for tho relief of the debtors and 3 "We have employed Mr. Joe Batson, of Winchester, aim . That gilds tins side of the gates of old, of Chebanse, who had been blind not a creditors, and that the lntter have two years, has recovered her vision in a already under State laws all proper pearl," saddler, who can make any kind of saddle nenl . li; ARE BOTH STYLISH Said the children up in heaven. miraculous manner. Mrs. Brazill has means of collecting their debts. we only ask your inspection to convince 3011. Ue Inn '.. 'Ciri'jl always maintained her eyesight would AND BEAUTIFUL, Colonel Settles said that he would cash and sell for cash, not charging enormous prices ton,,,,,, "So the King called down from the an- be restored through the office of prayer. be a candidate for Congress next yoar, up for lost debts. We also make a specialty in 1vp.n1 1,. gels' dome" Kecently during the progress of forty and does not think it likely that he RICHMOND HARNESS ( .. Give us a call. Said the children up in heaven; t hours' devotion exercises at the Ohe-ban- will have any opposition, although it v T. M. 107 East Main St. MV" 'My little darling arise and come Wm Catholic church she made her is hinted that State Senator Bronston novlT-l- y To the place prepared in thy Father's way to the alter and, with sightless eyes, may try it again. 'slFii home, peered into the face of Father O'Mara, The Ashland District which Colonel The home that my children live in;' a Chicago priest, asking his prayers and Settle represents, gave Shackelford, Let's go and watch at the gates of pearl, expressing faith. The same initautshe Democratic candidate lor the Court of Keadv to welcome the new little girl," could see, recognizing persons about Appeals, 6,100 majority at the recent Said the children up in heaven. "The Richmond, Ky., Clima, weekly, is credited with tl ,.r her whom previously she had only been election more than one-thir- d of the n r circulation accorded to any paper in Richmond or in Madi-o- n able to distinguish by the sense of State majority. "Far down on the earth do you hear the Eighth Congressional District." The only paper in Madioi. touch or hearing. Mrs. Brazill has them weep?" which supports all flu ! n PROF. PECKSNIFF. siuce had no trouble with her eyes, exSaid the children up in heaven; nominees, from Pretib nt t . 3 SUBSCRIPTION, 51.25 In Advance. Me. "For the dear little girl has gone to cept that which would reasonably be exAnd many New Trimmings, Pleatcl Chiffons, Nicholasville Democrat pected in a person of her years. (Kansleep ! In a series of interesting articles on Velvets, Braids, &e. The shadows fall and the night clouds kakee, 111., telegram to tho Chicago InModern Education now running in the ter Ocean. sweep Cosmopolitan Prof. Harry Pick, of the O'er the earth we used to live in; Columbia University writes himself I'KAYEIt JJISOKK UP THE DANCE. But we'll go aud open the gates of pearl! down an ass. Ho is a traitor to our 0, why do they weep for their dear litFor two weeks past the Row James betle girl?" H. Rigg, of the Baptist church, has been country that made him, he does not "StS lieve in our constitution or the DeclaraSaid the children up iu heaven. conducting a revival meeting at Ceredo, and has taken frequent occasions to de tion of Independence, and the flag of "Fly with her quickly, 0 angels dear," nounce dancing the Republic He scorns. He is opposed and theaters." " ' S Said the children up in heaven; un Saturday nignt alter, ins services to equality, fraternity and liberty. He "See she is coming! Look there! for the evening were over 4 a very pert article that will athe was pas- writes Look there ! tract attention because it is odd and yvMqi h sing down Bridge street, when the H JH chanky and not in spirit with free instiAt the jasper light on her sunny hair, sound of music and dancing in a near-b- y Low Price Makers. believes in the Where the veiling clouds are riven ! KSC1 . hall fell upon bis ear. He entered the tutions. This gentleman 1" favored few, and he is frank enough to "Ah hush hush hush " all Leaders in Ladies' Furnishings. hall, and winding his way through the Kkzyj ' IVrOi The Greatest Bargains ever offered to the peoswift wings furl! tell us how we are threatened by his merry couples on the floor to the center &&3 ple of Ma'Iison county. class of aristocrats and we may know For the King himself at the gates of pearl of the ballroom, called to f NHMMfc3rfc-Kfc5Ie&;&HeraIfcJ3le out authoritataking her baud, dear, tired little girl, tively : what to expect from such enemies withIs ' K2 ' ,lgfcqgSftSsgy ifcN . in in the future. He is opposed to eduAnd leading her into heaven. us pray." 'Let people, and talks like the Men's Suits for $2.50 worth $3.00 Then he prayed fervently for fully cation for the - rM " " WOMEN'S CLUB NEWS. Scclusive Few do in their elegant parten minutes. At first only it fen knelt, Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00 lors. Prof. Harry Picksnifl as a chamS&Zi but at the end of five minutes every Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. feo3. .-pion of the conservatives would bring The 2sew Ycrk Tribune states that couple on the floor had fallen on their Men's Shoes SO cents. M1 about an ideal Republic (?) thus to quota Anne Farrish, a Quaker spinster, born knees or had powed their heads, while his words: "A small and highly trained Ladies' Shoes SO cents, M in 1700, founded the first Woman's many were silently weeping. a rf if you A Beautiful Line of ilicoes from 3 to 5 cents. rJ1 When the preacher had finished more patriciate, a.caste, an aristocracy Club in Philadelphia, 102 years ago. (KX1 Brown Cotton 3 cents a yard will driven in harness the hewers ft ' The Federation of clubs has been im- than a dozen of the dancers went for' of wood and drawers of water, who conDuck Suitings 9 cents a yard up. mortalizing Hannah Adams and hailing ward and give him their hand. There r??r ft y 1 1 stitute the vast majority of tho human y Ladies Sailors from o cents to $1. her as to the pioneer clnbwcman, but was no more dancing that evening. DEATHS. Planters Female Regulator QUEEN OF Va please - 's sum-onou- T0NIC5 1 CANDY GATHARTIC C to-da- s x$i?7 O Those New Wra IIS fe IBS m f1 tttmi! (ho LOOK! &&&2&&i LOOIK at Harness, Saddles, Bridles, just Etc., Etc, at &Si s -- Sbs? d pert , ri so -- vH Nobby Dress Goods Wells. - Fotq Rowell's NeW5papei Directory. - 2P WHITE H Men's fe4 Working Pants & m im GIBSON, . y CENTS. m rki 5& S GEITS, the rV?7V, llr" Autumn Lea l&3 ffi )i Look at these Prices: 2J Brussel Carpets from s at IWrra ' Scientific American 28-- u The dancers dispersed while the orchestra iu race." That is refreshing! It is evident that a low tone played "Nearer, My God, to this exqusite has never been learned Thee." Huntington, W, Va., telegram. that in the "intelligence of the many HILLENMEYER EXPLAINS lies the good of all." We know where to put Professor Picksniffand his class Why Suit Will Start a Dry Well lo Running. as he done our country a service. We Several weeks ago the Harrodsburg know where to place his class and how Democrat told of a Mercer county well to guard against it. His case will be which was started afresh during the properly and promptly attended to so drouth by a lot of salt dropped into it. long as men love liberty, justice, equalThis caused much wonder, but Mr. II. F. ity and fraternity, the foundation stone Hillenmeyer, in a letter to Editor Spots upon which our country rests. wood, explains the phueomenon as follows: WOULD REVOLUTIONIZE Ha Toad ar ife' I it -- ir jp7&w?M ,4 $i g-. ... .1. mt nMnm-f- &n Straw Mattings from 50 12 cents to $1 a yard cents to 20 cts per yd. It is now time to discard that old pair of IN' Suiinmnier Shoe, 1 11 o ft You are probably trying to make up 3our mind where to buy your next pair. Bargains Forever! IN THE REW YORK STORE Up Town, Klein & Son's Old Stand, Richmond. Ky v Bargains TNovv! 'S A handsomely illnitntd weekly. Ijircest circulation of any scientific journal Terjis. t3 a year: roar months, IL Sold by all newsdealers. Long Troubles York MUNrUCo.36'1. New D. C Iirasch Office, C5 F Et Washington, and Consumplon Cured. Can be An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Our Headers. The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable aud absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting awav, will send THREE FHEE BOTTLES (all different) of his New DiscOT-erito any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for years, has produced results as benificial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius. His assertion that lung tronbles and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," filed in his American and European laboratories in thousands from those cured in all parts of the world. Medical experts concede that bronchial, chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer- L. & H. R. R. Jv 1 C. DIVISION. 7, 1S96. Win- - Lffect Nov. xpress LV. A. M. 6.20 i'.iri, Mavsville, hesTcrand for Cincinnati, mail Jiiicinnati. Paris, Maj's-- . p. jf. i.le. Winch ester and 2.00 mail. vingston, Ixtndon, i Jel-ilic- Lexington r. si. 7.20 akv es 1.00 1.03 11.43 A. M. 3 19 r. m. Stanford. 10:10 Rowland, Lancaster audi 7:30 Stanford. 7:05 For f nther particulars call on or address, 1.15 Telep one 78. KUPEB HOOD, Agt. Pineville. 12 55 Fast, line for Livingston, a. m. I'jndon.Jellico.Knoxville 3 19 F.ist line for Cincinnati, p. si. 11.43 I'.ins Winchester. Kowlund. Lancaster and a. si The membership supports a home, where nearly one hundred old iomen, who are poor aud needy, go every day and read, sew, knit and darn, and are paid for their labor aud get wholesale meals as well. Maine has the oldest Slate Federation ol women's clubs. It has been recently in convention at Bangor. Nearly oue hundred clubs composo the Federation, one of them being the Wabanaki, of Oldtown, with thirteen Indian women for members. They belong to the tribe. The Women's Club, of Waterbury, Conn., has passed resolutions to adopt short skirts for street gowns. It is expected that another year may see the universal use of a skirt as "convenient and comfortable as that now worn as a Tar-rati- bicycle costume. The Denver Evening Post is authority for the statement that the Woman's Club, of Denver, has been requested by the business men of the city to undertake the erection of a Convention Au- SOUTHERN RAILWAY. (IN KENTUCKY.) Schedule la effect May 2. 1897. ; Ax. ', Lv. LouUnUe ........ Ar. Shelbyvllle Ar.LVrenceb;.-- . Ar. Lexington rASTBOCWP No. 1. No. t, Versall.es WESimiCfD Ar. Lv. Lexinittoa Ar.La'renceb'g Versailles......... 5 Ar. Shelby Tille Ar. Louisville 7.S5pm 8.10am 5.47pm 8.61pm 9 5Sam &35pm 9.30pm I a 17am 6.56pm 9.45pm 10. 50am 7.25 pm 10 10pm a. No. g. Kg 4. No. T.oOam 5.10pm 5UJam E.15am 5.2Sam E.S5am 6.00pm 5.45am 9.26am 6.45pm 6.25am, 10.55am &15pm EOOam 6 7.5am 40pm Na t tain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M. C, 98 Pine street. New York, giving postoffice and express ditorium in that city. The Woman's address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant advanClub is the laigest and most successful tage of his generous proposition. Please teU the Doctor that you saw his offer of its kind in the West and is famous jly7-l- y in the Richmond Climax. for the great amount of practical out side work that is accomplished by the '- ti-w- r club every year. The affairs of the club have been managed extremely well, and it is certain that if the able financiers of the club take up the matter of an Auditorium for Denver, it will soon maThe Leading Specialists of America terialize. 20 YEARS IN OHIO. 'aA-mr- ra, ju UmhiEL&H 250,000 Cured. YECURESTR1CTURE ing nnaii, iwisung stream, fharn cuttiur: reins at times. Klirhtrli- charge, difficulty in commencing, weak organs, cinision. cn.i all tho fymptoms of nervous debility they have fcS'lT.lC-TCliDon't lot doctors experiment on you, by cattirg, stretching, or tearing yoj. Uhis will not caro you. as it will return. Oar ar.U J1L1UOD TKKAT-MEX- T absorbs the ttricturo tissue; hcncorcmovcsthestricturo permanently. It can ne cr return. Ko rain, nn nifT, r. ing. no detention from business by our incthoJ. Thosexr.cloreani'aroktrcnfrlh- cned. Thi ncrrcs nro invigorated, and mo miss or mannood returns. E. Thousands cf Tonne? nnil ml.lilln nml men aro troubled wil h 1I113 disease many nncon'iciouEly. ILcy may ha o a emart- - Trains Nos. 1,2, tion Chair Cars. IISTBOUND Na 11 Na 11 and carry Free ObservaWE3TBOUND. No 12.. Na 14. iJL-- p U 7 4xim Lt LouIetII Ar K15pm 10.55am ( 6 Sep 31 9 55am ArLarncbrgAr 5.5nm B25am 7.25 pm 10.45am ArBarodsbgAr 4.33pm 7.35am ,7 40pn 0-- 8 .in Ar xiurgin..LT 4Jpml 75am STAl IONS. EASTBOCND Na l It.NO WE8TBOBSD. S7 STATIOHS. I . 7.45aai Lt LouUtII Ar IU55am 5.47pm 8.10am Ar Shelbvll Ar 9.:Cam Bdopai id'amlAr Versllea Ar aOoam 73px IIXimA: Midway Ar 7 41am 7J0pTi 11 15pm JAr Oeorgtn Lv 715am 4.Jpm Na Id tNa 63. 8.15pm &45pmi 4.15pm 3.38pm 3.00pm BAStBJDSO. WESIBODRD. Vxo. 1 t.Va 5. STATIONS. tNo 6 tNo 2. 7.4aa:n 4.)pm Lv LouUtII Ar lU55im &l5pml I020.im 6J7pm Lv Verslles Ar 75am asupm1 ILOOam 7Jflpm ArNlchlvlUAr 6.58am 4.40pm HJSpm 6.30pm ArKlchmo'dLr 605am 3.45pm L05-,Ar Irvine Lv LJup: BTATIOKS. Na L it r A'. LcTlanoc, Ar. Knoxrjlle... Ar Ar. J icionville. Ar. Caaitinoo.'a. ...... Ar. Atlanta , Ar. Moron Lv. Loiusrille.. Na 7 45am 7 35pm, 1050am 10 10pm auipm 7.30am LSSaml 1.15pm' n auoam BlCam 6.00am 7.40pm Ar t.inniacham Ar Mcr.dtm Ar. Ne- Lt Ar Jaroivllle ...... CltJt-.anoo- 910pm ciuam- ROJnm &05ara 10,30am 4.45am R.4Jpm; lLSOam vwpg a. warn 11.40am. 8.1 5am I L 10pm cf vounc end middle acol men aro having their rcxcal ignr tnd vitality continually Fappcd Ly this disease. They nro frequently unconscious "f tho caufo of these symptoms. General Weakness. I'nnatnral lJiprlmrtrr- - Vnil. ing Manhood. Ucrvousnca", Poor Mem ory. irntabilitytTit timei bznarticg Hunkcn Kres, wilh dark circles. Weak Bark. General Dcnressinn. Iirlr of Ambition, Varicocele hhmnkon Part;, etc UI,E17T nn t STRICT UKK mar bo tho cau; e. Don't rvinul t fimilv doctors, rj they havo no experience in these fpeeiai diseases don't allow Quacks to experiment on yon. Consult wnnhm mr.li fr1ifcftlwf Disease of jlcn and Women. OnrNHAV ME MOD TREATMENT trill euro you. One thousand dollars for a case ire ncccpt for treatment nnd cannotcarc Terms oodcralo fora care ben-satio- n. Mrt-inli- ;f m rosi-tirc- ly WEOIetE SLEET Thousands II.9pm CURES GUARANTEED VAniUlUtliU. riVlMlll.IS IlliKKT STRICTURE. IMPOTKKfSV. KKCRKT xWAIKS. - UNNATURAL DISCHARG- P3 T.ffx-tvtit nnpii T: CONSULTATION FREE. BOOKS FREE. to If unable vtt.- call, write for niTDOTrnw XJUAX1JI- iur UUALX Tmr, WIWI lUil XtHiATJliSaX. 1 A Orleans........... We treat nnd mm rMTKKTOVS. carries Freo Chair car Louis rills to Lxinstoa there connecting irith Solid Vesti-- i vm. a mu oiecpiiiff fjars TriK i j 4u,x sMt.Muiwj(dw uirmuigutiizi ana ixew wrieii5. I Na .i -- & Qiattanooea, snd Atlanta, also Lexington to ai i ill- JrlfJtlf1U v4a Um. CompanaiectSlMper Loxinton to Kow Or-- J tt Cl A tDaUy Except Sonday. . WHXDOK.P. &T. A., s. T. Swm.V. &.T.A., LoutevUle. Ky. Lexington. Ky. r. B Qbbek, Qea. Ssst. X M. cblp. m it. fCaafalagtoa. D. Waailngton. IX. cJ Kennedy XRS. Kergan! a 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. foglS-i- y If any of ve know inst cause or imnedi- ment why these two persons should not be joined together in Holy Matrimony, ye art to declare it, or forever after hold yonr peace.' If physicians obeyed this solemn admonitionin the marriage ceremony and protested with the honest and scientific reasons in theif possession half of the uuhappi-nes- s, sickness and death in the world would cease to exist. The man or woman who has developed symptoms of that dread disease consumption should not marry until cured. Consumption should bar the way to wedded life. It is a crime to transmit to future generations the death -- dealing germs in the blood of the consumptive. Many physicians pronounce consumption an incurable disease. In this they are mistaken as thousands will testify. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures 98 per cent, of all cases of consumption. It corrects all disorders of the digestion. It promDtly improves the appetite and makes it keen and hearty. It fills the blood with the tissue-buildielements of the food, and acting directly upon the lungs, drives out all impurities and disease germs. It makes rich,' pure blood, builds new, firm, healthy flesh, and strong, springy muscles. It soothes and invigorates the nerves. Thousands have testified to their permanent recovery from consumption through its use, after they were given up by the doctors and all hope was gone. Druggists sellit and nothing else is "just as good." There canrot be too many good, practical books in a home. lfr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser U a good practical book for husbands. i wives, mowers, oaugnters and sons. Send f I ctnexpWnjt? ., The Christmas numlir of est Ladies' and Gent's Amateur is unrivalled th'sceasou, both arshi.T in most any other reputable business col lege cr literary scnooi ia we u. s. csn be secured for the beauty of its illustrations and the Umbrellas what makes a by do ing a little wort at home for the Youths Advocate, an illustrated practicability of its articles. Artists, jouraaL present? prettier It s elevating in character, moral in tone, and connoisseurs, art students and photograespecially interesting and profitable to young DIAMONDS, WATCHES peopl but read with interest profit by peophers have a rare treat in store for them ple o all ages. Stories and and interesting in this number, which is truly a work and CL0CKS matter well illustrated. Sampleother sent free! copies Agents wanted. Address Youths' Advocate Pub. of art. From the very attractive cover Co., Nashville, Tenn, Mention thiapaper.J Roofing, Guttering At all prices. of holly and mistletoe we turn to the ang!8-l- y and General "Rembrandt" supplement, with its fifWhat ctops Neuralgia? Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. teen exquibite illustrations of the works H. Job Work. of the famous Dutch artist. The color plate. Little Sweethearts," by Tojetti, Having Opened novl7-Cis an ideal picture of five children's SALT DID THE WORK. TrlE heads charmingly soft in color. actc and Rheumatism rtilloved A (Harrodsburg Democrat.) In the body of the magazine Monta rftfmami Dr. Miles' Nervo Plasters. During the drouth this paper publish- gue Marks contributes a masterly article ed an item from the Hazel Green Her- on the Rembrandt8 in America, while ald to the effect that where wells had Roger Riordan writes on Rembrandt as gone dry a pint of salt put into them a painter, and describes his K D fJ methods. would restore the water. The editor Charles A. Vanderhoof a Bi M Isi 51bv II. has a very valof the Herald had tried it and certified uable illustrated article on Pen and Ink Time Tabic No. 29. Taking Effect Sunto its efficacy and gave tho words of a Sketching from Nature, AT 216 EAST MAIN. and M. B. day, May 2, 1S9G. number ot others reputable citizens O.lenheimer one 011 Figure Painting. 1st Class. who had tritel it as corroborating The Mural Decorations and 2d Class. LOUISVILLE, KY. am prepared to take all kinds the LightKASTBorn. xoTT-NNd. 9 , testimony. Notwithstanding- - such an ing of the new Astoria Hotel, the latter of second-han- d Ex Sun Ez Sun Ex Scnj furniture, such arriy of evidence the Democrat took with seven illustrations by the designer, as clocks, bedsteads, mattressA.M. P.M. A.M. Versailles the matter with a grain ofsalt.butpub-lishe- d Howard E. Watkins, are I0 2 6 57 8 55 es, bureaus, side-board- s, given duo atNicholasvillB 11 00 7 36 10 12 it because it know of many dry tention. Articles on China Painting Valley View 11 25 8 00 10 55 couches, in fact anything you Million 11 40 ... 8 13 11 20 wells in the vicinity, and if it did no are contributed by the decoRichmond ll 53 8 30 11 48 " wans to dispose of in the line good it could do no harm aud tho cost rators Franz B. Atilich, P.fST. Anna B. LeonUnion f2M 12 13 "' trifling. Just about the time of the ard and C. E. Brr.dy; Glass Painting by - of furniture or old cast off Moberley.. 12 16 i 05 "" " Brassfield. 12 30 clothing, second-han- d 00 publication President Joue Aug Wil- Fanny B. Hall, Wood Carving by Karl 2 stoves. Panola 1233 215 g do upholsterimr. car- Irvine liams' old reliable 1 05 a 50 well von Rydingsvard; Christmas Home flickered, and he concluded to try the Decoration and Embroidery by L. Barton The Ladies' Restaurant is) the rlag top y&n "a V a 'T.T rJfl. finest in the city. salt remedy. He employed a man to "Wilson. InThe'House we have a view WEST BOUND. Ex Sun F.t Rnn v. o.. rVi" All work to go down into his well and place the of a charming interior fitted with Japa Every convenience for ladies A.M. p.mT P.M. A. M ordqr ( Irvine salt at the bottom. Tne next day he nese furnishings There are the usual a 4u Panola KZ o ' spending the day m ,the Brassfield. - - called at this office and laughingly eight pages of working dtjfdgns for China 2 00 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 4 40 Moberley city. -- rsaid that we were indebted to him to painting, pyrography, wood carving.-em-" oiu . Union ,.. . 5 17 Kt 1 respectfully solieita share the arnout he paid tho hand and aslo broidery, menu cards, etc. Price thirty-- . ucnmond 6 05 233 540 5 00 Mlllioa . 4 00 5M of y6ur patronage. the price of tho salt. On the third day, fivo cents. Address The Art Amateur, Gentlemen's Cafe on Valley Viffw.. f20 6 31 4 15 Office floor. 5 57 Nicholasville 6 53 4 40 however, he took it all back for the 23 Union Square, New York. fis Versailles. aa a isa s ir MUSIC:-Tuesd- ay, T$urs-water had risen in the hole to as great L septjy KM.BROCKMAN. aay ana isanday a.mT' p.m7 pTm. a.s a detoh as he had ever knowrrit. There If you are pain"; to have special ii cveuin.. All trains connect with Xoaisville Sou biers had not been eoongh rain to lay the goods for Bale during Christmas, hang trains to and from Louisville. Ului Wairted-- Hn ec IOBMittsefe A. MOLUCAJ many weeks previous. Who j outryourslgn in the Olijcax. Others AUKiasoGHBetwHfeC. N. O. iT.P.treiaB TI0Sf dust for ff .r i ' -'X semi-month- The story oi the salt in the dry well, and the return of the watter thereafter, has thoroughly gone the rounds of the Kentucky papers. In Kentucky we have two kinds of wells. The shallow well on a par with the flowing spring, the oftluence of which depends on the water gathered from a higher level. When this water gives out the salt is a dismal failure. Other wells are sunk into the static water table. The waters of those do not flow; only when removed, more takes it place. We are in the cavernous limestone, and in its lower measures are great pockets of water connected by seams and fissures. This stock of water is practically inexhaustible!, but the conduits leading from one reservoir to another may be very small. When the water of the movable water table is exhausted there is of course no pressure, and the least obstruction stops the flow. The south oi France lias a climate and water conditions very much like ours. When their wells gives out in dry times, they pour into them lime water. This and , I take it, operate in exactly the same way. The craw fish in found in all subterranean waters, not too far removed from the surface. This crustacean abominates free lime, and I suspect salt, also. When the lime or salt is put into his ordinary ranching grounds he seeks new field'. His passage opens up obstructed channels and lo! the waters come. I have in mind a Frenchman!, who during tho recent drouth lo3t his water. He complacently went to the creek, seined a peck of crawfish nnd in a day or two his well was as full as of yore. Iu cleaning out a well a Frenchman would never injure a crawfish but replace it, haviug faith that in its migrations it will ever keep a clear channel. The salt, the lime and the crawfish when properly combined, insure water under certain circumstances, when times are as dry as they were last summer. the-salt- SCIENCE. I "J 11 E3Let Has Ever Been Found Inclosed in Solid Rock. (Milwaukee Journal.) a 11 us help you in this by asking you to call on us and examine the most complete line of FALL and WINTER SHOES ever before shown in Richmond. vIv iSSSStfc fxV jS J x B is H 11 B Sories of toads inclose in solid rock are not at all uncommon, but of all the reported cases not" one has been sub- When investigated, it is 4 found that they are made-ustories, or Phone, No. 21. that there was no toad or no rock or fir-s- " there was away for him to get in or out. People who find toads in solid rock Headache bad? Get Dr. Miles l'aln Pills. Read our advertisements. must understand that it is an important matter. If ever there is one single case verified beyond dispute oi finding a If It's Christmas REMOVAL. toad or any other living animal in an Presents You Want Dr. Valantine H. Ilobson, of Louisabsolutely solid rock the science of geville, will remove his dental ofllce to ology will be swept from the realms of Richmond, Ky., on December 1, 1S97, belief. The doctrine of evolution will for the practice of dentistry. Office next door to Custom House. crumble to airy nothings Half of the novl7 tf exact scinces will have to be reorganized on an entirely new basis. Accumulated human knowledge will have to be revised from the bottom and most of what is so called rejected entire- And none others with them RANGES ly. So the man who finds the toad had compare. All the novelties better be pretty sure that it is a toad in a in. solid rock, and while he is about it he had better have witnesses and photoGOLD, graphs and everthing possible to be had SILVER, iu proof of his assertion, for it will Le PEARL; doubted. If he proves his case no man ever know will hate such enduring fame. Just find the oad, gentlemen. II p stantiated. Freeman Have Them, rftrrkG ' e ? County Court Days. ADVANCE. First Street :ya Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. i Fine Chickens For Sale. Forty (10) Barred Plymouth Ro far sale, if taken now 5Gcts each. oct2)-2m Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. unnnjTjTjTruirijirtriririn Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third) Monday. MRS M. F RBT . K , Siver (.reeu v The Best Flour GROCERIES, i 123 ECONOMIST Winchester, Clark countv. fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. All ilrusglsta sell Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. FRESHEST CANDIES, FRUITS and CAN GOODS Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure. 25c. For sale by W. O. White, Druggist, Richmond, Ky. oct6-6m At the lowest Price. Cut Glass ndriehe and Xetirttlaia cured by Dr, MILLS' PAIN PILLS. "On" cent ados" LITERARY NOTES. In Abundance. The Art Drawing Room Lamps, Fin- 17', OH vuiag Y -- mith C sept29-3r- a 0 Fl Q? TJ COLD, FRES: Bicycla,Gold Watch. Diamond Wnffi or a Schorrs;- ,- in J20.CO crtxuUTJTririrutjinriJuiJixuir u All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nerve Plasters. Fraskfort & iv.li Eiilrc In Effect March 1, 1S97, DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY EAST BOUND. E. P. PALIEB. w a P fEf CLM fflil Arr Elkhorn ' Switzer . Stamping Ground . Dnvalls Georgetown Lve Georgetov7ii. Arr Npwtown ' Centreville.. . Lve Frankfort ajn 630 6 45 6 51 7 02 sSeconH!afld " " LOUISVILLE & S 0 Furniture Establishment " Kluabeth. . Paris . 8 8 8 8 708 720 800 12 22 28 40 WEST BOUND. Lve Pari Arr Elizabeth a.m. 920 3 32 . - Centreville Newtown T EL ora I Arr Duvalls.. !! Stamping Ground " Switzer Elkhorn Frankfort., "". ' Lve Georgetown GeortretowTt 1 " S 9 10 10 Z. 10 11 11 11 11 38 48 00 40 56 10 25 35 55 Agc-GE- " well-know- n C D. BEP.CAW, Gen'l Pass. B. HARPER, Gen'l Snpt. Frankfort, Kentucky. Esrtp Fbs, ne'ver-failin- "; ? I alo trimming, renew mauresses. mi ni Time MU ot" dig E;te?. 6 55 Trains at Winchester. Ky. "WEST BOUND. .. .. 1 in .4 . -- . "T Sterling and Lexington Accom Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Accom. New York Limited F.F.V 7 30 am 3 00 pra 4 50 pm 33 , -. , , EAST BOUND. LexiHtOB and Morehead Accom 915 am New York Limited F. F. V. J15Sara and Mt. Sterling Acconu. S30pra WagrMBgtea axBreaa 9 23p TAecommodatfen traias ran dally except Siin-- txiftoa W dr , ft - di . -- 5.2 J aU" V-o"j ki-I- y ,.5 . :v r Uea Orer trsia ran daily. I JM?fA! W?H. A9AM8, a J. IT. SOCK, TnririUMiifiiiiii r 'tf- - ' msssszmm teenstioa. TtM or sleepeTreserratiorJ. K. HOOD .Agent IiNT-a5rOKSw;BAKBY. SWe"d' Kx" 9 or write &. K A, a . JHf4. i LextM, Ky. r. s