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". - THE RICHMOND CLIMAX RICHMOND, A GOOD 'PAPER. by VOLUME XL MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1897. 5i2?vY.'3k 1 NUMBER ;28. w LaGrip8g Followed by Heart Disease, Cured DR. MILES' HEART CURE. A Friend Speaks a Word in Behalf of The Louisville Dispatch. Its Valiant Service to The Democratic Party op Kentucy During The Campaign. Princeton, Ky., Nov. 12, 1S97. Mr Editor: Will you kindly give space to the following in behalf of the Louisville Dispatch, the only Democratic daily paper published in Louisville. I desire in the beiuuing to say that all Democrats and biinetallists ought to stand by the Dispatch and see that its circulation is extended to the uttermost parts. Its enemies are forced to admit that it has done valiant service in the camWe believe, and paign just closed. have pood reasons to believe, that had thu Dispatch been in existence two years ago, this State would now be governed by Democratic ollicials. The were owners of the Courier-Journsilly enough to think that no man or set of men would dare undertake to start a daily paper right under their thresh hold and hence they undertook to browbeat into the Democratic party al r darting pains and palpitation caused a constant fear of sudden death, nothing could Induce mo to remain away from homo over nlsht. Ily local physician prescribed Dr. lilies' Heart Cure and In a few days I was able to sleep well and the poles gradually lessened, and finally ceased. I reduced tho tho doses, having gained fifteen pounds, and am now feeling better In every way than I have for years." Dr. lilies' Eemedlesfe are sold by all drug- - E H63 under a positive RC guarantee, first bottle benefits or money ro- rkRestor. K lunaea. xxjok on ius- - rjr; pnsps of the heart andHtafcr"''B,V ittnrt nerves free. Address, DE. MILES MEDICAL OO, Elkhart. Ind. r1t Ehult3' Eafoty Whlfilctrco Coupling, Trrltes of Dr. lilies' Heart Cnro. "Two years ago an attack of LaGrlppo left mo with a veak heart. I had run down In Ccsh to mere skin and bone. I could not sleep lying down for smothering spells; freqnent sharp E. C. C. SHULTS. of 7Intei3et, Iowa, Inventor and manufacturer of and our idea is that if Louisville can live, and prosper without the patronnge and support of Kentuckians, Kentuck-ian- s can live and prosper without Louisville. It would seem lo me that "a hint to the wise is sufficient," and if the country picss over the country would take up this thought and dispose it to their readers we could leach tho fcitigie-ide-a men of Louisville that if our paper is to be obnoxious in their sight, there are other cities that do support our papers, and those cities have large quantities of goods for sale and would as readily accept our money in lieu of the goods as anv one's, and in these days of progressiveness railroads are making great strides and giving us low rates, and we could be induced to buy elsewhere than in JHiisville. We hope the country press will indorse this sentiment and educate their readers along Dispatch Friends. this line. Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. KEEP IT BEF0RE..THE PEOPLE. f POWDER Absolutely Puro ROYAL BAKma POWCER CO., NEW YODK. A NOBLE LIFE. jui. PROFESSIONAL. MISS MILUKKD GULDEN. CARDS. STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER. Richmond, &T Office adjoining Kentucky. A .R Burnam't. AT:0S1T3T3. D W. MILL.BR. Atto rxey-at- Richmond, Office in Law, - - Kentucky. feb3-l- Farmer's National Bank. the Bnrnam Building, next door to y c. F. BURVAH. W. S. MOBEBLEY. BURNAM & MOBERUEY. - Attohxeys-at-La- RICHMOND, pied by A B, - - KENTUCKY. occu0 Office in Hurnara Building, recently Burnam. S"oTZJXJI-vr-.2r, J. AttokxeY-at-La- - - KENTUCKY. KICIIMOXI), (ine over Taylor's Hardware 6tore, opposite Court House, on Main Street. II. B. HOG(i. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. Rn iimosi, Office No. IS First St.. up Btairs. 31-3- 0 GRANT E. LILLY, ATTORNEY-A- T LAW, - Richmond, Ofllce S. W. - Kentucky. corner Main and Second Btreels up btairs. Will practice in all the courts of Madison and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. J. C. & D. M. CHENAULT, was read and supported by the great A TTORXEYS A T LA W, mass of the people. That the Dispatch Kentucky. has the largest circulation of any daily Richmond, morning paper published in Louisville Office on Second street, over cannot be questioned by anyone. Then, grocery. if the wholesale people of Lonisville desire to reach the great masses of the rrrsiciAirs. people by advertisement why is it they refuse to place their ad in the DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Is is because they hate the poKentucky litical complexion of the paper so much Richmond. that they would rather lose trade than to patronize its columns? Or is it their Telephone at office and residence. desire to do all in their power to crush it out of existence? It is a well known DR. H. R. GIBSON, tact that a newspaper cannot survive on PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, its subscription list, but to enable it to Kentucky. live and prosper, must have the supRichmond. port of advertisers. My idea is fir the readers of the building, iS and 10 Sec Olfice in the Joe Cc.lins ond Street, oier Wnue .old druzttore. Dispatch to watch the advertising columns and whenever you have occasion CHAS. HOOKER, to buy of a Louisville merchant patronize thoe who help support the paper. T ETERTXARY SURGEON, We are bitterly opposed to boycotting, Graduate Ontario Veterinary CdUge. but it seems to us that in this cose the v.,.HMrw ri.ntiftrv and Sterihtv a Specialty, Louisville merchants are the aggressors, Chen-anil's Tho Comine "Woiaaa Who goes to the club while her husband tends the baby, as well as the good woman who looks after her home, will both at times get run down in health. They will be troubled with loss of appetite, headaches, sleeplessness, fainting or dizzy spells. The most wonderful remedy for these womon is Electric Litters. Thousands of sufferers from Lame Backs and Weak Kidneys rise up and call it blessed. It is the medicine for women. Female complaints- - and Nervous troubles of all kinds are soon rea policy as foreign to Demo lieved bv the use of Electric Bitters Delcratie ideas a3 the imagination can con- icate women should keep this remedy ceive of. When they saw they could on hand to build up the system only 50c. tactics, force the per bottle. For sale by Perry it Thomas' not, by Democratic party to allow them, the Successors to W. G- - White. 1 Courier-Journa- l, to dictate the platform on which the battle of ISOfi was to be Senator Farris Hasn't Tasted a Drop For Twenty Years. say, fought, they run oH and child-lik- e "I ain't going' to play nohow," so they Exactly twenty years ago on Monday, rally a few together and form a party of Decomber C. George T. Farris, Senator-elec- t, their own. then a young man But the object of this article is not to with a bottle of whiskey and a poor thing, abuse the Courier-Journa- l, as his companions, attended the it is almost dead) hut is to enlist the famous temperance revival held in the services of all tine biinetallists in behalf Richmond Court House by the noted of tho Dispatch. In it we believe we lecturer, Weuzell. Among the four have a paper that cannot bo bought by hundred people who went forward and the money sharks of Wall ttreet; one signed the pledge was this same George that will light our battles to the bitter Farris, armed and equipped as above end and not betray us when the war is mentioned. And to this hour and minfiercest. Its editorials are well written, ute he has not violated the oath he and its correspondence all over this and took and never parts with the card adjoining States is as good as could be which he bigned on that December expected when we take into consideia-tio- n night in 1S77. Not only has he successit has only been in existence a few fully baflled the temptation to drink months. Of course it takes a paper f strong intoxicants, whiskey, wine, etc., this magnitude a considerable time to but such harmless (?) beverages as beer establish an able corps of correspond- and cider have never since touched his ents, but w ith such a man as Enloe at lips. Many a man refuses to sign a pledge the head, in a short time it will be all we desire. Its enemies predicted, be- not to drink, because he says "I can fore it started, that it would only last quit drinking without making a written about sixty days, some gave it as vow." In view of this we asked Mr. long as six months in which to die, but Faris if he regarded his signature to we are proud to say it has passed the that card essential to his sobriety. ' Well," said be, "I would have filled a latter period and now bids fair to it live long and pros- drunkard's grave long ago but for that signed card which I regard as priceless." per." We have been a close reader of its col- So much for a solemn committal over umns ever since its first edition was out one's oh n signature. Mr. Faris lately carried the counties and have watched its caieer with much eagerness. We have albO watched its ad- of Lincoln, Boyle, Casey, and Garrard vertising columns to see how the in his race for the State Senate against wholesale men of Louibville regarded it. Hon. B. 15. King, the late Republican We have always undeistood thata large Legislator from Lincoln. Although the percent, of the wholesale men of Louis- district gave McKinley 1637 majority ville were believers in the single gold last fall, Mr. Farris' popularity is atstandard doctrine, hut, prior to the ex- tested by the fact that be overcame istence of the Dispatch, wo did not that heavy vote and carried the district and by 29 a reversal of 1GSC Votes. Senathink thev were so narrow-minde- d prejudiced against their own business tor Farris is now traveling for tho well interests that they would refuse to ad- known shoe manufacturers, Kahn, Marvertise in a paper f imply because that tin fc Co., of Louisville, and is a hustpapr did not advocate their political ling salesman, one who may justly be principles; we thought that they cre called a "Knight of the road." out for business and would patronize the advertising columns of the paper that More About the Killing 0! Joe Embry in bull-dozing now-State six-shoot- er indeed interesting and profitable to read and study the lives of noble men and women, and parents cannot spend money more wisely than in supplying their children with good biographies of great and good men who stand out prominently in the world's history, not only as wise leaders but humble Christians. It is also interesting to note how those excellent traits of character do scend from sire to son through many generations. Recently received from the Royal publishing Company, Richmond, Va., a new book entitled "Robert Edward Lee, Soldier. Citizen and Christian Patriot." One great advantage in connection with this book is that it gives in a brief but charming manner the history of the Lee Family for several hundred ears, showing that Richard Henry Lee, Robert E. Lee and other master minds sprang from a noble family whose history is as profitable as it is interesting Besides an excellent biographv of Gen. Lee and account of his great military campaigns, it tells how he won the hearts of his soldiers and will retain through all ages the affection of friends and foes. Tho work also contains a large number of interesting historical documents diving the organization of the various armies, together with brief biographical sketches pf such men as Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston, (Jen. G. T. Beauregard, Gen. Braton Dragg, Gen. John B Hood, Lieutenant-Geuera- l A. P. Hill, Admiral Raphael Semmes, Gen. John B. Gordon, Gen. James Longstreet and Gen. J. H. Reagan. This is the ouly biography of General Lee ever published on this plan, and it is having a very large sale. The publishers advertise through onr columns for active agents, as it is sold only by subscription Those who distribute such a work as this will be exerting a blessed influence on the rising generation besides reaping a rich and profitable harvest financially. DO YOU PLAY CARDS? It is Montgomery. ... Dis-patr- 17- OfBce up tair over New York Store,corner 46- Main and First treet. Richmond II. C. JASPJ2R, M. D Telephone Medicine and Surgery. Ofhce Collins Buildine, MainStreeU --- t resilience (the Cnrr place) on Broadway. --- Richmond, Kentucky. DR. O. A. KENNEDY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Richmond, - 4 Kentucky-- . Main Street, np to s o'clock. ierdiois AYER'S HAIR VIGOR fulfills all the promises made for it, is the verdict of those ho have tried it, GROVE, Faunsdalc, Ala. Office in Smith Iluilding. No. stairs. Office hours 1 to t and rr W. EVANS, M.D., Physician and Sukgeon, " I have sold Ayer's Hair Vicor for fifteen a single case Richmond. - - - - Kentucky. years and do not know ofsatisfaction." where It did not give entire F.2L DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky. Richmond, Frco cf Chargj to Suficrors. Cut this out and take to your drugcaused ray hair to fall out, I "When disease Office nd resilience on Third Street. found Ayer's Hair Vigor a most excellent bottle free of Dr. preparation and one that does all that is gist snd get a sample claimed for it." L. RUSH, ConnellsviUe, Pa. King's New Discovery, for consumpD317TAL SU2KJESY. tion. Coughs and Colds. They do not ask you to buy before trying. This will A. mLKES SMITH, DR. show you the great merits of this truly DENTAL SURGEON, wonderful remedy, and show you can be Kentucky "AVER'S Hair Vigor does all that is claimed Richmond, regular size bottle. my hair, which was fast accomplished by the for It. It restored becoming erar, back to its natural color dark This is no experiment, and would be Orrica Smith building. Main Street. Office brown." W. H. HASELHOFF,Paterson,N.J. disastrous to tho proprietors, did they U.; 1:00 to 4 P. M. ours, 0:00 to limited to dentistry. not know in would invariably cure. Many of th6 best phyeicianb are now J-- A. Yates. J. C. Moeoax. using it In their praction with great re MORGAN & YATES, suits, and are relying on it in most severe " My head became full of dandruff, and after DENTISTS-Richmom time my hair begar Jo fall out. The use of Trial bottles cases. It is guaranteed. AVer's Hair Vigor stopped the falling out Kentucky. and made the scalp clean and health)." MRS. free at Perry a Thomas Drug. Store Suc- ' C. M. AVRES, Mount Airy, Ga. 1 cessors to W. G. White. applied. .Regular sixe 50 cents and 1,00. Omcs Main Street, orer Madison National jTCI2 Tho ait. Sterling Advocate 6ays: 'The friends of the late J. O. Embry utterly repudiate the statements from Stull and his friends that have appeared in the public prints notably, the Lexington Herald, stating that Embry shot at Stull while his back was turned. He was not that kind of a man. There had been no unfriendliness between them. Embry urged a settlement according to tho written contract. Stull had sold his individual half of the to bacco, and was proceeding to load and haul away from Embry's place in his absence. It is known that Embry had told Stull, in the presence of an attorney consulted, that if he attempted to .remove any tobacco, he would restrain him by the legal remedy of an injunction. Embry insisted upon a sale in its entirety because it would bring a better price as a whole. "Upon returning home Embry had to pass by the barn near the driveway leading to his residence. It was then about five o'clock on the afternoon of a rainy day, and, as "all will recall, almost pitch dark. Five men were in tho barn with two teams and two loaded wagons Stull aud his brother and three hands. All, thus far heard from, concur that Embrj remonstrated with Stull for undertaking to divide and remove nf that hour in his absence a portion of any property owned jointly, and the shooting began. What actually took place is known only by the live men mentioned. Three bullet holes found in a treo and in the barn doors prove incorrect some of the statements made as to tho positions of the parties. "Tho record of an honorable life in which devoted loyalty to friends, unflinching courage, and some of the noblest traits are found, is n complete denial of a contrary course at leaving it 2To man who know Joe Embry will believe to the contrary. ex-par- te The Chesapeak and Ohio Ry. has just issued a very handsom playing card to advertise its famous F. F. V. trains. These cards are of the finest make and quality. By special arrangement with the manufacturers, a small charge of fifteen cents per deck or two decks for twenty-fiv- e cents is made. Upon receipt of either of above amounts in money or postage stamp, plus four cents per deck for postage, the undersigned will forward as many decks as desired toyouraddress. tlsm. j dreds of ether diseases that are caused by right to sell the celebrated Take advantage of this opportunity to lings. 1 "s bad blood. This wonderful and The money question, though its final I? blood purifier has no equal. H lay in your winter supply of fine cards Felix, Wolf & Co.'s Shoes, Price, Si a Quart Bottle. settlement by the voters of this country E at a small cost. every pair made to order Williams, Davis, Brooks & Co., " and warranted. is tar in the future, should be kept alive Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A. Detroit, Mich. C. a O. Ry. Lexington, Ky. and fresh iu the minds of the people. It E4J!jnJssStt!iM:4'tiiiiIal.i;ail:IaSa3:n:IiJfflIm ? is the duty of every voter to make a We Are Headquarters ABOUT SCHOOL BOOKS. financial student oi himself between Hold bv D. Z. & T. B. Taylor, For Belfast Linens Waco, Ky. now and the next Presidential election, Lebanon Falcon. 1 because the intelligence of the nation Ladies' Corsets 20c. up. It is reported that Representative will be called upon to dispose of the s53&SSSSSSSS$SSSSSSS3SSS$SSSSSS?8 Irish and German Laces from Chinn will introduce a bill at the com- question at the proper time. Of one lc. a yard up. ing session of the Kentucky Legislature, thing the You nation is certain and that is Give us a call and examine which, if adopted, will give the people of the present administration cannot insti our New Stock of Goods. the State relief from the extortion of the tuto fiuancial reform. A party that is Book Co. It will give the American absolutely in the nanus ol a tew men Qiamonds! State exclusive control of the printing who seemed determined to destroy the and sale of books used in the public government before it shall be wrested schools which will be sold to the pupils from their grasp is perfectly impotent to at actual cost prices. If Mr. Chinn will If so.'I have them from $1.75 undertake a currency reform. The to $300, the finest line ever make his bill provide for a uniform sys question remains for the masses to Eettle. brought to Riuhmond. McKee Cor., Main and First tern of text books, also, it will be one of Come now and select your It will be kept before the masses Ihey Sts.. Richmond, Ky. the most important and beneficial bills will take the place of the "experts" w ho diamond and have same set novl0-2Thos. Meighen, Buyer. ever introduced in the State Legislature, before Christmas. now hold the reins of government on and it ought to receive a unanimous their thrones in Wall street and are de Gold and vote in that bod-- . termined to rule or ruin. of the State are Silver Watches, At present the people IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY. paying two and three prices for school Cheaper than ever before. $100.00 books, and these exorbitant prices, in Solid Gold and Silver Novelties of The Youth's Advocate, Nashville, connection with the absence of uniform Tenn., a sixteen page illustrated journal all descriptions. What would be nicer than a set of ity in the books used, makes the burden a paper that is read with interest and Sterling Silver Spoons for a a gnievous one, which is exceedingly profit by people of all ages offers one Christmas present? people to bear. It is bafe hundred dollars in gold to the person hard for poor Porcelain Clocks for only 1.25, to assert that the bchool books of Ken- who will form the greatest number of regular price $1.75. tucky cost at least $500,000 a year more words from the name 'Idbaughon." It Before buying eleewhere give us than they ought to cost, every penny of al60 offers free, a bicycle, gold watch, or a call, and we will convince The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, an a which goes into the Dockets of the book scholorship in Dranghou's Practical Buswhole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at vou of our low prices, and private sale; situated at superior goods. trust as excessive profits, If proper leg- iness College. Kashville, Tenn., Galvesbe enacted at Frankfort this ton or Texarkana, Texas, or in some islation STATION, outrageous tribute, which the people of other school. Every person who enters 1 tho State have been compelled to pay the contest w ill cet a premium of. soma on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well wa" tered. There is no better land in Madisan lo the robber book trust, will cease, and kind. Send at once for free sample copy Richmond, Ky. SecoudSt. county. poor people especially will experience of the paper which will explain all, nov24-fr- r It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by citj-wherf- u If it should appear to tho people that r the republic was to be overthrown and K$Ky free government destroyed, the nation would be in mourning. The right of was the cause for which our fathers struggled successfully in the revolution, and was the rock on which they built this nationaftertheirstrugale had been crowned with success. The right of the people to choose their rulers constitutes tne great difference between a republic and a monarchy. Kings aud Emperors rule because their fathers did. In our republic Senators and Representatives make the laws, and Presidents execute them, because they are chose n for that purpose by the people. The man who seeks to destroy or impair the right of tho peeple thus to choose their and chief magistrates is a traitor to the republic. .. But the rule of the people is distasteCanful to a large and growing class in this country, who desire to use the Government for their own private advantage and to enable them to appropriate to themselves tho earnings of the people. It is a bold undertaking for a few hunFit Guaranteed at from $10.00 up. dred men to get a majority of the people to vote against themselves and for the UNDERWEAR AND IIATS AT PRICES enrichment ol the few. But when the NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT few hundred own four fifths of the wealth of the country, they can use the OO printing press through which to manuGO Q rJgTLi facture public opinion by false statements and false arguments, so that oftentimes the people vote against them- KSS? Bi selves. The succeeded in making the whites believe that thoy must support tho institution of slavery so as to show their superiority oer the black race; and the poor whites in the South voted year after year that all the labor should be done by the black men, while they themselves should go hungry and ill clad. n Every man in the United States who does not lend money or deal in money ' as a business is injured by the contracof the rurrency. The object of the tion gold standard is to contract the volume of money. That makes money dear O and everything else cheap. Every man o O who sells labor and commodities gets CURECOHSTIPATldrl K les money than he would under the C o ffilSgfrlgjui ., jBtH"gJp ALL o full double standard. Every man who 10 03 owes money finds his debt increased DRUGGISTS o 23 SO every year by tho gold standard, witnout Jir.SflniTKT.Y (UlSll JKTPRn t0 " anTCeor constipation. Cawarttj are the Ideal I fUUVfUAUU UWUikUtlXUUV I iie. Sam-- i natural results. neier sriDorcriie.hnt raoe : B any additional money being received by v pie and booklet Tree, id. STKRUVfl KE3IEDV ( .. Chlr.ro. Jtontreal. fair or.Vir Tork. Can.. ill i n. him. The vast majority of the people cri in this country are just as much intero bimetallism in ested in zSEZ. Jnt3il34a4i'l:ilB;Il2ln;.ln!ii5icliuiiJili!iIaL'irH this country as were the poor whi'e peoMANUFACTURER AXD DEALER. IX destroying slavery. ple nf the South m G) But the debt owners, usurers and AXD ALL KIXDiS money brokers of tho world are comCEMETERY WnRK. bined together for the gold contraction For further jHirtiritliri-x- , prift-s- , tlv., scheme, and they own or control the great body ot the newspaper press. They enlist upon their 6ide many college promch21-lfessors, doctrinaires in political economy, We have come to offer lawyers, clergymen and magazine writers. They do not buy all these men, the Greatest Barrains rasrRi's.RUrWn but through the men they do buy, and grail of the age. Having just arel m e the press they absolutely own, they crefrom the returned a ate a blinding clamor against bimetallism iLSJaPfy we purchased a & UA which suppresses freedom of speech and full and complete line of and Mi; even lreedom of thought. Teachers Is ! ts 4 4 preachers are loath to investigate the R. DacK money question because they do not on proof. Send for our Illustrated booklet M convinced that the gold men care to be which tells how others hive been cured by 4; are wrong. If once convinced they feel w "r j W W T lb is just like putting1 at $5 bill in it would be difficult to be silent, and inn . to speak out; the flames EVERY LOAD of Anjurious to theii interests and so they go on merely repeating the thracite you use. RheumaIf utterances of the gold standard hire- H For Scrofula, Kidney Troubles, the hun- -We have also the exclusive Nervous Exhaustion, and A Vi5J&XJEl Ftsk T fiyY i ffr7vj?rf 8 w I'KXiTj L'&iS'lXjSS'i vi 1 ITS uK:.J9kY?Ic5Y?ic3 1 a i kiiiit j urif J Liu jh. bmi f 2KYci? ii n jr ji twcb ;;s2h .wflL-fcfc4l(r- . LOT HING at OLD PRICES. Clothing, Overcoats, Underwear WiiimkWmi e?K: ; :7Y2z?5vViF m We have just received the largest line of law-make- IN RICHMOND, which we bought early before the tariff was put on article needed. woolens ana can give our customers tne benelit oi 30 per cent, on every $ Hois I Ik 1 - Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. mi slave-holde- rs 9 The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond. STOUFFE jifen Ijai "w. m u tOO4OfO0lX vJ ja ANDY AhW0C l3ilI113Ilto mm I3XOS:3E03sI ggJJ oei ! T '' m i Fr JUST GRKNITE y it 7VVONU7VYeN F aihlrt, Madison Monumental Works. fpapila rs, wm ir'rarsiJaraEraBrasrasfSJiTS rMflijJEreMj, Don't turn your j f Dry Goods & Johnston's Sarsaparilla n I ni in 4 i ...-.- , ID LI IU J .. DU p3 m The Wonderful Air Blast BeaUr ! I Gives greater heat than Base Burner. Throws the heat on the floor like a Base Burner. Holds the fire like a Base Burner. ih want t mm ili irejj ?rJJB E3JH ifrl No Soot or i Burns Nut or Slack, irt. i -- Wee & Co.- .m IT IS INDISTETJCIBLE mm AND AIEIGHT. pB Nothing like it ever before made. and be eonvenced. See it m aral 11 Bfl FARM SFORI I m . Hoars SJs D. B. Richmoxd, Ky. lili Orleans and S Co., SALE Winter Schedules IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5TH. F. YEAGER, WHITE'S QUEEN & CEESCENT ROUTE. Cincinnati to New great relief. As the law is at present, Kentucky compels children to go to school and legalizes Iho outrageous robbery of their parents. The first is all right; the latter is all wrong, and there is no excuse lor Contest closes April 20, 189S. it. Indiana has a uniform svstem of text books which are furnished by the lowest bidder, and the people of that State obtain their school books at less than the prices charged in Kentucky. one-half A Pittsburg woman wants a divorce because lier husband objects to her rifling his pockets while ho sleeps. Thus does the right of search policy receive another setback. turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., within a half mile of White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. catJi, TEBMS Sale will be made Wbo can tWnk simple of some patent? balance to suit purchaser. Wanted-- An For particulars, tbiDir to hi1 mar , -l3ea Protect . v.v.t.';. brinar too." wealtb. address write John wcuuuiuuiui tbelr 1.8UO prise D. C for nndilst ot two hundred laYeutlons waated- - Jacksonville JLj& Idea one-thi- rd 109 MILES SHORTEST. FINEST VESTIBULED TRAINS IN THE -. Geo. D. White, T. CALDWELL, V. feb3-- tf White's StationKy. L THE USES OF SALT. Wi Li eSOOLAS 1.00 SHOE I! HON. C. i I FV1 of Parkersburg, ... vigor 1 nd, Salt is a very ustful, though humble, friend of the houskeeper, If ehe would but realize the fact. Damp salt will rub ofT the discoloratious left iu cups by the settlement of tea and coffee. Salt will set the dyes of black and colored articles, if a little be added to the water in which these are washed. Sail, mixed with lemon juice, removes the stains ol oak, tar or paint from the hands. Salt and water, applied to basket and straw work, aud rubbed in with a soft nail brush, is a most effective cleansing agent. Brass oruameuU may be kept bright by rubbing them occasionally with salt and vinegar. Salt thrown upon the grate will soon put out n- fire in tho chimney. Salt, ;svhen added in proportion to whitewash, induces the latter to adhere more firmly to aDy surface to which it may be - The Style, Fit and Wear could not be Improved for Double tho Price. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. Parkeksbocq, W. Va., January 2G, 1995. Through Pullman Service is unequalled. Cafe' Parlor Standard Vestibuled day and Observation Cars daily. Coaches. Get your tickets via the Queen & Crescent Route. W. C. RINEARSON, Gen'l Pass'r Agt., Cincinnati, 0. SOUTH Jfc- - 1,, ?3.BJ?!i.JA.. . 7. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5X0 Shoes arc tie productions of skilled workmen, from tie best material posafcle to put into shoes sold at these prices. and $25 shoel for men, and We make also the V. L. $20, $2.00 and 51.75 for boys, andsuitable lot Douglas $30 Police shoe, very s, joixemea ana omers naving much walking to do. SUPPLY THE TRADE Our factory on Laurel Street in Richmond is now running, and we are prepared to fill orders for twist of the The Wright Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio. $i0 HE o.0 PAYS PAY FOR THE letter-carrier- 1XE Merchants, Bankers, Lawyers, Physicians ana all economical "xsfr':.'-sssemen wear W. L. Douelas Shoes becauso they mm w ! .. are the best. Per sale by JgUSjgV Wo are constantly adding now styles to out already larj;e variety, and there is no rea son wnyjou cannot uo smieu, bu insist uu liaving Y. L. Douglas Shoes from jour dealer. We nso only tho best Oilf . Ruisia Calf (all colors), Krencbl Patent Calf, niu, vw., frencu .namei, ici with prices graded to correspond of the shoes. If dealer cantjot supply yon, II write I For . Bask. CI , . . r Sie by FREEMAN ": W.L.!XHmSBfMtS)1Kltt. UATALOGUE JTCtEE. BROS., Rickmoni, Ky. -- ectZ73m J.- Stomach trouble. Constipation which I found the had been a long sufferer. Celery Cnpsules gave me great relief from the becinninc and have used thm ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any aud all puflering with like afflictions or either li v. nf them. Verv trul . vonrs. , ,, Charles T. Caldwell; j Sold by T. S. Hagan, Druggist Price 60c ents and $1.00 per box. Call at drc fc- More awl get free sample. ".3-- : - ,. x i, Wright's Celery Capsnles since Noveta-be1S94. anil find them to be as recommended. I first besan taking theai while at Hot Springs, Aik, under treatment foe Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and r, Gentlemen: I have been usinj; "Pride of I 1 chants. 19 IL "Pair cl r UW," 1 wd FREIGHT. ...Y0D II TEE... fob" g Ross, DRINKS. JSSaSSSiSiSSSSSSSSSSSSSS Brands, three grades. We can save you money. Send us a triaLorder; you will Espebe glad with our products. cially pleased to hear from country mer- Second St. Phone 3. lilCUMOXD, inz White BED WETTING CURED Wte. OR NO PAY, ",. Richmond, Ky. Una, B. M. SOWAX, HBwaalne, meM-l- f f ?5 v--o .- I! i i The Richmond Climax. rCBZJBHED EVERY WICUNKSDAT JJY Tho Climax Printing C . Go. WOODS. Associate Editor. Green, have "returned homo after a pleasant visit to friends in Irvine. Mrs. C. J. Myers and Miss M. Lar-kiof Lexington, are visiting the family of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Myers. Miss Julia Bush, of Clark county, is visiting tho family of T. J. Curtis and other relatives in the KIrksville neighborhood. n, artist-autho- r, Robert Burns "Wilson, the will auction a number of his PRICE PER YEAR, $1.50. $1.25 paintings at Collins Furniture Store, IN ADVANCE, next Satunlay. - 1S97. WEDNESDAY. DEC 15, Some time in January Mr. Clay Herriclc, eldest son of Mrs. Mary B. The pension appropriation bill Clay, will wed Miss Alice Merrian, of passed by the House amounted to East Cleveland, O. pastor of the Christian church, but to his zeal and earnestness in tho matter certainly much of the creedit is due for the work,, and he was invited-tRichmond to preach the dedicatory sermon, last Sunday. An overflowing house greeted the former pastor and the order of exercises began with a chorus by H. L. Perry, Misses Anna Erazee and Mary $141,263,SS0. out in Garrard county. It is said to be different from "rubberneck." Lexington Argonaut. that has broken Gov. Adkixsox, of Georgia, has Bill, holding vetoed the that the question should be left to the faculties of the colleges. An effort may be made to pass the bill over the Governor's veto. anti-Foot-ba- "Limbebxkck" is a new disease ll is the most county in the State. The county jail in Smithland has been empty since the last term of Circuit Court four months ago. Circuit Court ek, and there convened there this was not a criminal case on the docket Such condition of affairs must be mighty pleasant for the people generally, but it is pretty tough on the lawyers and Columbia Spectator. law-abidi- Livixgtox county ng office-holder- s. but he doesn't play so hard that he fails to stop and kick at the national credit rantagraph. Let Bryan alone. His life is pure. But take an individual in this town who has preached "National credit'' when he is a bankrupt so far as personal integrity is concerned; and who. if he.got his first deserts, would be out Jawed if not imprisoned. That's man. the text for the future. Private life Among those from a distance who should become the index to the charac wedattended the ter of our guardians of 'national ding were Editor Birdwhistell, of the honor." Anderson News, Miss Dovny Burton, Senator Joii.v Bennett says the news of Lawrnceburg, Mr. Ben. Willis, of papers ouht to be suppressed, among Clark. other reasons being that ihey have all Hon. J. L. Isaacs. Commonwealth's failed to publish a list of the members of Attorney-elec- t for the 27th district, the next legislature. We believe our composed of Jackson, Owsley, Laureaders will lK?ar us out in the state- rel, Clay, Leslie and Knox counties, ment that the best thing that could be was snorn in yesterday to practice at done for Kentucky would le to suppress the Richmond bar. Anyhow there is a the Legislature Miss Virginia K. Hearne, of Lexry large percentage of that ington, Secretary Fourth Ky. District assemblage who have been made Christian Endeavor Union, is spendwhat they are by tl.e newspapers, and ing a few days in Madison visiting without their assistance these law- the various Endeavor Societies. Mrs. makers would never have been heard of W. R. Lloyd entertained her while outside their voting precincts. Never- here. theless, there are sex era! members w hose Dr. and Mrs A. Wilkes Smith enterability rank them with the leaders of tained in handsome style the mem thought and action, and we are pleased Delta Theta and D. K. to say that Madison is repiesented by bers of the Phi E. Fraternities last Thursday night. such men. Westover Terrace is ideal for such social functions and the hospitality there dispensed is royal always. Mr. Ira II. Schoolfield, of Bellevieu, E. R. Prewitt, of Mr. Sterling, was came down last week and i6 the guesj here last week. of his grandfather. Mr. A. W. School-fielMiss Lizzie Barrett, of Louisville, is at the Hotel Glyndon. His visiting Mrs. J. Speed Smith. many friends here gladly welcome Miss Ruth Tcrrill will spend the him back He will remain through the holidays. holidays at Middletown Ohio. With her characteristic hospitality, Mrs. Edgar Slack, of Cincinnati, is Mrs. J. W. Zaring entertained her visiting Mrs. Geo. W. Pickels. Sunday-schoclass of a dozen boys Miss Bessie Spears will spend the at a candy pulling last Friday afterholidays at her home in Jessamine. noon. It was a delightful occasion Mrs. Ben. A. Crutcher, of Nicholas-villand w'll be gratefully remembered by is visiting Mrs. V. L. Crutcher. the participants. Mr. J. V. Elmore, of Garrard county, The engagement of Miss Theodocia was in Richmond last Monday on Leavell, of Richmond, to Matt Curry business. , Maj-sof Washington county, is anOwen Taylor, of Illiuoib, is visiting nounced, the marriage to take place his uncle, .Mr. J. Gideon Taylor, in in February. Mr. Mays is a farmer. tills county. They will reside in Springfield after Col. 1. I). Campbell was over in their marriage. Lebanon Falcon. Mercer the first of the week on a Mrs. Mary B. Clay left yesterday for courting expedition. Lexington to be with her mother Miss Mayme Hart returned home until spring, when she will probably Monday, ; f er several weeks' visit make her residence with her son, Mr. to relatives in Cynthiana. Green Clay, in Cincinnati. Her deMrs. David Chenault and son, parture will cause great regret. Mrs. Charles, are on a visit to Mrs. J. W. Clay is thoroughly appreciated by a large circle of friends in Madison, Elmore, in Garrad county. Misses Lucy and Mary Edna Logan, whose best wishes follow her to her after a visit to Miss Mary Logan, left new home. Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith, of Richon Saturday forShelbyville. Miss Mnttie Shifflett and brother, mond, Ky , is in the city visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Miller, and her sister, Miss Elvira! Miller. Mrs Smith is regent of the Madison D county chapter of the D. A. R., and ! Miss Bertha Miller was formerly a belle in Louisville society. She was accompanied to the city by her sister, Main and Broadway. Mrs. Edward L. Pearce, who has been visiting her at her home in Richmond. Louisville Times, Dec. 4. to-d- ay " Willis-DeJarnetto Mk. Bryan has pluneed into foot ball Rev. C. P. Williamson and wife arrived yesterday from Atlanta, and will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Turley and Prof, and Mrs. J. D. Clark. Mrs. Geo. "W. Walden, neo Miss Mary M. Smith, came over from to visit her brother,Mr. Jas. W. Smith and other relatives and friends. While hero this week. Rev. W. stopped with Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Pickels. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Arnold entertained him at a big dinner on Monday. Mrs. C. M. Clay, of Paris, and Mrs. S. H. Stone, of Frankfort, have been with their father, Major John D. Harris, for some days, the latter having been quite ilL. Miss Bessie Watts, of Walnut Hills, and Mrs. A. M. Savage and two children, of Hyde Park, Chicago, are the guests of Mrs. T. T. Covington and and Mrs. R. E. Turley. The "Old Maids Convention" at Danville on December 20, should call on Richmond for a delegation. Our late convention introduced a number of spry old gals to the public Mr. N. C. Thompson has been brought from Winchester and is now at the Pattie A. Clay Infirmary. We regret to announce to his many iriends that he is yet a very sick Dan-Wednesd- ay investigated, that the matter which resulted, through the able legal preparation of the casely Hon. R. Harris Crooke, in Mayor Covington holding over until January 1 next, instead of retiring with tho outgoing Council. Thus the new Council, half of whom were elected on tho Republican fusion ticket, were balked in their well-lai- d plans to Install RePattie, and Messrs. W. L. Arnold and publicans in the offices of the city. E. E. Mitchell, Mrs. Pickels organist. Tho vote would have been a tio with Prof. J. D. Clark, Principal of the Mr. Claude Smith, tho Republican as tho balance of power. Richmond Public School, presided. Mayor-elecPrayor was offered by tho pastor of The result of the dispute, which was the Christian church, Elder "W. R purely ono of law, though having all the flavor of a hot battle by reason of Lloyd. Prof. Glark set forth briefly the the plums that were in tho pudding aims and hopes which animated this about to be opened, is well known. effort to extend the usefulness of the The case wlis submitted, in a friendly church, and said it was a necessity, contest, to Judge Thos. J. Scott for because the Christian church in Rich settlement as to the time when Mayor mond had a membership o between Covington should vacate his office. opinion, which was 500 and COO whilst the church edifice In an able from 380 to printed exclusively in the Climax could only accommodate 400 persons. "It is inadequate," said last week, Judge Scott decided tha.t he. 'to our needs, and too remote the term of office of the present Mayor from the section where we have expired, not on December 1 when the many members. We do not desire to old Council retired, but on January 1, have a separate congregation but only 1808, which left tho Democrats in an adjunct to the city church." possession of the field. Thus Mayor Then he announced that tho building T. T. Covington was the, key to the and lot had been paid for with tho situation as his vote would bo the deexception of $146.85, and said it was ciding one in every contest. Accordingly the new Council, with tho purpose not to begin church work there until the debt had been tho old Mayor, met in executive sesspaid. Sufficient funds had been ion last Tuesday night to elect the promised, but from various and suffi city officers whoso terms last for two cient reasons a deficit was to be met, years. Although there were about and he called for contributions from one hundred applicants, theeightsoli-tar- y but places the audience, whilst Jiimself and Elder Boatman passed the hats. The were filled by Democrats, as follows : Chief of Police, John D. Feeny. following persons responded, within Assistants, James Allman. Everett twenty minutes more than tne sum Berry. required was raised : City Collector, John "W. Crooke, Jr. $10 SUBSCRIPTIONS. City Treasurer, R. Edgar Turley. Elder W. R. Lloyd. City Clerk, Richard Barlow. Mrs. Nancy Moberley. City Assessor, J. H. Kennedy. R. E. Turley. Chief of Fire Department, Charles J. D. Clark. Jacobs. $3 SOnSCltllTIONS. The officers chosen are as good as was o t, much-sought-aft- An Abscess In ISfrtiM nil aa lt-- l BH JrSllfrrlla rrHJHrrH I g ,ia fgfgfBfg. (jJlHJljpflfrgiB SJWpJBfSrs rgfilfg. 31 mm m mu fim ra3 cud ca rziJ ra raJ bibrnsrsifel tho Stomach Caused Croat Suffering Was Confined to th9 Bed But Now Able to Work. "In October, 1895, 1 had an abscess in my stomach. I was also taken with pleurisy and coughed very badly. I was treated by physicians but did not improve. I gave up all hope ot ever getting well. My right side was swollen a id I was not able to walk across the room and was confined to my bed. I was advised to try Hood's Sarsaparilla and began taking it. In three days I could see a change lor the better. I kept on taking Hood's Sarsaparilla until I had taken four bottles and continued to improve. I am now able to doa good day's workon the farm." M. E. Maun, Demossville, Kentucky. lip fM Hood's SI : six for 85. alter-dlnne- Ss mm Matting Tacks 2c a box. Pencil Sharpeners 1c. Files 3c and Go. Flat File 8c. Curlers 5c. Tracing Wheel 3c. rack Hammer 5c. net 'Liack Hammer lCc. rocket Knivts 5. up. 10-in- $BR33m IMDEMI Notions Notions. --- WE frHIBfrHJBrcitafrHJtarrrlliatrHJtti rltarti'rarg'tartj,'3rtiJB;3ir'jrcip I ra mi M&mm&mm nil Fl t?J mi rami E5J 51 5777! t; HAVE IT 8ECDBS- D- - fey Slrainere.Te. Padlocks" 5c up. Set Tea Spoons 4c. Set Table Spoons Cc. Scissors 5c np. (200 yds) A large consignment of Brook Spool Cotton Thread, all sizes. black and white. We will cfive our customers the bene fit of this great, purchase. We want to supply every household in Madison count with Brooks' Thread, at a price that competition can not touch. OcirScipSirillCT all druggists. C. Hood Co., & Prepared only by I. Lowell. Slass. Get Hood's and only Hood's. r are the best tlOOd S PlllS pills, aid digestion. 25c ip pa Pi Miss Alice Lloyd. Judge Rice. N. B. Deatherage. Henry Perry. f G. W." Pickels. G. G. Prewitt. W. L Arnold. J. W. Prather. P. M. Pope. Christian Endeavorers. N. B. Turpin. T. E. Arnold. Elmer Deatherage. ,$o. , $ 5. Aside from your awful politics we jam recognize in you an excellent citizen of irreproachable character, who en mm joy the confidence of all who know you, regardless of party. May your coming administration be a distinct success. Did we wish less wo would be more a partisan and less a patriot, And here Is the Climax which Ink 4c has fought in season and out for the Mucilage 4c supremacy of the party of the people Pencils lc We shall from time to time make 6 Slate Pencils lc. such suggestions to our City Dads as 30 Sheets of Paper oc. 50 Envelopes 5c the good of our municipality demands, 12 yards Lace 5c May we not hope that our sugges Slates 2c, 4c, 5c and 6c will be received in tho spirit tions 1 doz Buttons 5c m Brass Collar4c which shall prompt their utterance, Pins Thimbles lc. as from our perch we can view the Tacks lc landscape o'er and discover the needs gJeo Embroiderv Silk 5c of our noble city? 100 vds Spool Silk 4c Clark's 4c could possibly have been selected, mm Seaming Thread 5c CORRESPONDENCE. Braid though of course there were, equally rtiia White Tape lc. as good men who were left out, Hat Pins lc. WINSTON. Capt. Feeny's seventeen years of pgk Mourning Pins 2c lwx. yd. Hat "Webbing lc and 2c Estill County satisfactory service as Chief renders Webbing 5c yd. his election a good one. He had to Eld. J. T. Turpin will continue busi Lisle Webbing 8c yd. keep the peace of Richmond in those ness next year at Kings Station. Silk "Webbing 9c yd. days when it was worth an officer's Dolls 3c up. lharp was in btate commander A. 1 doz Skiens Silk 7c. life to interfere with the class of men Laucaster last Saturday J. to organize a G Filo Silk 3c 2 for 5c. who formerly held high carnival on A. R. Post. Rope Silk 3c 2 for 5c our streets regardless of life or limb. Tablets 1,3, 5, Sand 10c Mrs. Young, of Baldwin, Madison Buggy Whips 10. 15. 20, 29 and 40c Capt. James Allman is known of all White String Ties 8c doz. men and highly regarded for his ex- county, is visiting her daughter, Mrs, Sallie Iain, near this place. fl Black Silk String Ties 10, 15, 20, 2oc cellent deportment as an officer and IHid Black Bows 5 and 10c Mr. and Mrs. James Ireland, of Vir citizen. He was an applicant for the SfgJ Silk Club Ties 10c new styles. position of Chief, and would have ginia, have taken rooms at Rev. J. J iscnooi urayon ioc oox. - our hat is off and here's our hand ip Butcher Knives 10c. Steel Curry Comb 10c. Waiters 10c Match Sfaes 4c. Harps 5c up. 1 doz Fish Hooks lc. Fish line lc. Whitewash Brush 20c. Iron Glue 7c Vegetable Dipper 3c. Dust Pan and Brush 15c Children's Garden Sets Rake, Hoe and Spade 8c. Wash Pans 5, 15 and 23c. Imperial Enameled Steelware Milk Pan 18c. Looking Glasses 10c and 20c. Picture Frames 15c Large Kitchen Spoon 3c Tin Rattlers, with whistle, 2c 20 Marbles for lc 5 Spools For 10 Cents. WE SHOW THE GREATEST VARIETY OF 23T Hosiery Ever shown in this city. We will take pleasure in showing you goods. Our immense stock of Hosiery from oc to 65e. DON'T FORGET WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY ON Pins lc Fine Mirror. French broad plate S3 50, worth $10. Table Oil Cloth 13c van!. Boy's Waists 15, 20, 40, 50, ftw. Ladies' Rubber Combs, 5, 8, 10. l 19 20 and 25c Shoe Blackinz 1, 3 and 5c Gilt Edge Shoe Dressing 20c Hooks and Eves lc card 2 doz carl 3 Spools Thread 10c Safety Pi as 2 and 3c each. Doisy Soap lc cake. Smyrna Bouquet Soap 3c C. D. R. Ball GIvcerine Soap 5c Cuticle Soap 10c 3 for 25c Tar Toilet Soap 5c Cold Cream Soap 5c Blacking Brushes 10, 13, 15. i and 3Sc Hair Brushes with Glass Sc Hair Brushes 10. 13, 15, 10, 20, 25c Dress Shields 5, 8 and 10c Corset Laces lc. Corset Clasps 5c Our Pet Child's Waist ISc Onr Best Corsets 25c Cotton Towels 5 and 10c Linen Towels 5, S, 10. 13, 15, 20, 2". Rob Roy Corsets 50c; long waists f,r' 1 "i . 7- 3 - ;- - Cloaks and Capes... For Ladies and Misses. Nice Cloth Double not be duplicated in this cit for Feather Boas 4Sc to SS.00. Cape, silk topped and trimmed, for 51.75 ; can -- m 2.75. Ep am Our Milliner Department now in full blast. Don't buy 30111 Hat before seeing our Mammoth stock of Hats. This Mammoth Store carries and will save 3ou mone3 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 Laces, Underwear, Hosieiy, Dolls, Ribbons, Trunks, Telescopes, etc. S Is Mrs. Ellen Gibson. $3 SUBSCRIPTION. august-Janua- J. Robert Boatman. $2 SUBSCRIPTIONS. G. M. illging. John Todd. Alired Douglas. John Allman. Alex Maupin. Win. Devore. PERSONAL. H John Arnold. Zenia Douglas. SUBSCRIPTIONS. d, ol e, P' rower&Co U.hD Cash $2. Cash In hats, $13.15. Total $157.15. The C. W. B. M. contributed the silver communion service. Thus, the amount needed was more than provided for, and the services proceeded prefaced with the request that the sums pledged should at once be handed to Mr. T. E. Arnold. A beautiful selection was rendered by Mrs. Pickels, Miss Pattie and Messrs. Arnold and Mitchell. At this juncture Prof. Clark introduced the speaker, Elder Smith, who paid a pleasing tribute to those who planned and executed the work of establishing the mission church, himself shrinking from any undue credit for its success. He read portions of the. scriptures by Luke and Mark, and after prayer by Mr. Boatman, launched into a thirty minutes discussion of the question, "Whether God is affected by any human act or condition." The topic, he said, was suggested by a late assertion of a promi nent advanced thinker, who as declared it his belief, that since Christ's change from an earthly to a Heavenly habitation, His sympathies for humanity have decreased, and that He now views our condition with infinite complacency. Mr. Smith said that the effect of such discussions was generally barren of good, if not hurtful to religion. Neverthelesss, Mr. Smith proached a discourse powerful for good, convincing, conclusive, and without other argument than the Bible furnishes, answering the query satisfactorily. In a sentence his service was summed up thus: "The more Chrittlike we become, do we treat with infinite complacency the ill tlial afflict hu- One of the MARRIED. Ckews-Reeve- s. WE Clay Crews, son of O. W. Crows, of this city, and Miss Eliza Reeves, of Union City, were married at the home of tho bride, Thursday. Bkooks-Ddx- n. At the residence of William Dunn, near Union City, December 8, Mr. Thos. W. Brooks and Miss Nettie M. Dunn, Elder W. S. On which this business was Gamboe, officiating. built was alBolute truthfulness. Gibson-FrienMr. "William Git-soIt has always been onr policy of Coal Grove, Ohio, and Mrs. to avoid any mibleading state- Mary Friend, daughter of J. M. Boen, n assertions. a prosperous farmer of Kingston, were ments any united in marriage by Rev. Boatman DO FEEL, HOWEVER, at the home of the bride last Thursday. They left immediately after the ceremony for Coal Grove, where they That our stock of Holiday will reside. goods warrants the very strongest praise. Foundation Stones.... d. n, over-draw- manity?1 Thus, his hearers were asked to look about them and see how everyday occurrences contraWe have in dict the assertion. Jesus as He was on earth a revelation of God and Himself on high. The sermon was profound and was handled with ease and evidenced large study and research, and exhibited in its delivery the Christian courage and consecration characteristic of the speaker. The dedicatory exercises being at an end, and after singing the hymn "Stand up. Stand up for Jesus," Elder Lloyd dismissed the congregation, many of of whom will wend their way to the little chapel in the coming years, and bless its founders and builders by living newer, more consecrated, and more serviceable lives. health. All honor to the brave fire laddies! May our City Dads never be stingy with these guardians of our safety "from the fiery demon. AVe can lie down and pass "the long, long night in statue-lik- e repose," assured that the gallant volunteers will protect our lives and property from the flames. But we had almost forgotten our text, Charles Jacobs, the diminutive bundle of energy and daring, who was chosen Chief of the Fire Department. The echo of the first alarm scarce dies away on the ambient air before the little tailor drops his goose and flies to the scone of danger there to direct and to execute the orders which his good judgment dictates aro best for the subjugation of the flames. May Capt. Jacobs be supplied with all the equipment s needed by a town like ours; may the company be paid well for their thankless jobs, which call for sacrfice and exposure which not ono in a hundred men dare or care to suffer. first-clas- made an efficient ofiicer. He is cool, courageous, and always on the alert. And Capt. Everett Berry, the jolly old strawberry blonde, went in without a struggle and resumes the place ho gave up two years ago. He is a good mixture of the officer and the civilian, and makes friends everywhere and has no difficulty in preserving order. Mr. John W. Crooke's well known clerical ability and unquestioned integrity fit him for the responsible position of Collector. It is a good wish well expressed when we hope that he may be ns successful in his positlou as his predacessor, Mr. John L. Baxter, one of the finest collectors in the State of Kentucky, and whoso failure of disappointed a large circle of friends. Of Richard Barlow only kind words and well wishes have been heard since his election as City Clerk. Everybody said he deserved the place and if he fails to fill it, it will not be for the lack of encouragement from his friends and supporters. The city's funds will be, as heretofore, in the custody of Mr. R. Edgar Turley, a gentleman whose integrity and financial ability are attested by his position as Cashier of the State Bank and Trust Company. All men whose Democracy is refreshed daily at the fountain head of the pure and undefiled Louisvlle Dispatch, rejoiced to see its enterpising and worthy agent, J. H. Kennedy, recognized in the distribution of the political pudding, otherwise known as "pie." As Assessor of Richmond Mr. Kennedy will' not have a great amount of labor, which is is fortu nate for him in his condition of Edwards for the winter. Ladies' Belts 10 and 20c 1 doz Writting Pens 5c Miss Ellen Brookshier, one of Clark 3 Penholders lc county's fairest damsels, visited Misses Leather Watch Chsins 5c Peari and Emma Newman last week. Kid Curlers 3, 4, 5 and 10. Safety Hose Supporters 10c Judge Tharp's auctisn closed last Fri- "gJs Ladies' 15c and day, but will open again to day, WedBias Velvet Binding 10 and 15c nesday and continue until sold out. Pocket Books 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10 to 50c Fan Scrims 10c W. H. Asbill and daughter, Miss NanBaby Ribbon 5c bolt 10 yards. days with Rev. nie, are spending a few Ladies' Chemise 50 to 68c Visit Richmond's Most Popular and Save Money Ladies' Muslin Skirts 50 to 75c 0. J. Young and family at Valley View. Zinc Trunks $1.25 to S6.25 suffering from a fall he T. J. Witt is -received while in Richmond court day. PEJ Respectfully Submitted to tne Cash Trade, W. S. Witt, School Superintendent-elec- t, will make headquarters at Win ston. SpJ Judge A. J. Thnrp and son, Rose, are tho latest to purchase new wheels. D. J. Snowden, our good Drowning Mp. r Jf Creek'neighbor, is at the bedside of his ftjJB : -- . sister in Powell county, whose death is T flEiiiJsntilBr-tiJFe-frTsfe?3 ST3 expected any moment. ' " " Thomas J. Gentrj-- , one of our schoolmates, who is in his 74th year is said to ,?lio Eorso Eeview be among the best violen players in Estill. It is delightful to hear him draw published at Chicago, 111., is conceded to be the best truf Journal published the bow. wTVrV.,r o a in the interest of the trotting and pac2S KT2TGS STATION. ing horse. It is natiional in its scope, "s ... ".'.'.Hi Estill County. ssctions of the country being cover all Capt. S. F. Bock, of Richmond, was ed by its correspondents, and it keeps T in town one day last week on business. its readers thoroughly up to date in .::::j Born, to the wife of J. W. McGown a all matters relating to the industry. The Review's Chrismas Number will boy. W. J. B. McGown. contain statistical information of great Dr. L. H. Wilson, who has been con:::::g fined to his room with twith typhoid value, special contribution by writers - --- Hi of national reputation and will be profever, is able to resume his practice. n Bert Riddell has changed "his resi fusely illustrated, and this magnificent Will buy one of OUR FAMol's number, price which is 25 cents a I I H ft dence, lie now lives where Charley t. SUITS that are well made tn.i it im copy will be sent free of charge to Hayslett lived last year. every subscriber. Subscription price win uo you as mucn good ai oim Judge Frazier shipped a car load of is $2 a year or $1 for six months, and of many more dollars. wood to Mober'.y Friday. free sample copy will be sent upon LEXINGTON, KY, Will buy one of our FAMOUS J. T. Turpin & Co. have rented the application. Address. The Horse ReWill send you only Fresh Cut Flowers and Capt, Bock store house at this place and view, MELTON ULSTERS or one of BEAVER OVERE. Madison St. Chicago, artistic designs. will continue business next year. 111 COATS that are well worth dollars more than we ask. Quality is our aim, yet not made at undue cost. Harry Wilson, who has been sick for Everything strictly the past two months, is improving. All orders left with our agent Henry L. Perry Bu3s one of our CELEBRATED James Hendrick is quite sick. His fit White's drugstore, will receive prompt SUITS or one of our CELEBRAdisease is puzzling our physicians. attention. lap sp spj Felt Window Shades 10 and 15c tr Opaque and Linen Shades 20 and 2 V 7r Machine Oil 5c Nutmeg Graters lc rr Taylor's Adjustable Embroidery lihu- 25 and 35c Cologne 5 to 53c Z Fine Combs 3c up Pocket Combs 3c up " Whisk Brooms, with velvet tip. UV Tooth Brushes 5, S, 10, 15, 19, 23c Z 12 doz Buttons 5c Men's Working Shirts 15c np Men's Lnundried Shirts 25c np Feather Dusters 13, 20, 23c Wool Dusters 13c Floor Oil Cloth 17 to 25c Capets 121c up STAPLE DRY GOODS. " Bed Ticking 5, CI, S, 10 and I5c L Z Calico 31c up Gilt Ed:e Cotton 5c yard, vd wkie Canton Flannels 5, 01, 7", S, 10, 12 and Z loc Outing Flannel 5. 71 and 10c Eiderdown 15 to 40c yd, al" colors India Linen 6 to 20c Hosiery 3 to P5c Ladies' Vest Fleeced (with sleeves 1". 20 and 25c rTL Mioses Union Suits 25c up ,Ladies' Gowns 50 to 95c. i- CLOTHING. Men's Suits $3 50 tZ. Men's Suits $4.75 up d Men's tT Suits $7.50 to $10 iG'i Bovs' Knee Pants 20c up Boys Knee Suits 75c to $6 75c Cool Corsets 33c Mountain's Corset 50c Daudy Waists 45c We handle W. B. and R. & G. Corbet- Ladies' Xew Collars 10c Suspenders 5 to 50c Table Liner 18 to 95c 1 gross Suspender Buttons 3c The Langtry Hair Crimper 3c doz Shell Hair Pins 5c doz up Lace Curtains 39c up Curtain Poles 15c, complete Parasols 39c up " -- rr Z. ' T L. ' L i ! All-wo- ol ' Satin-line- "- BfrllpJBplapJBrrBfTSirrtiJB fMlfMSfrsfeiSfrS E.V .ELDER. D011 !: (fj" Proprietor! xs. SfrfrfrfrrEfpar lyEverybody Knov'sl liliME - W ip 'g y Z- fj list $5 $7 tana 215-22- 1 Notice of Dissolution! NEWBT. Is this all? Scott, whose large legal judicial fairness made it possible for us Democrats to rejoice. Thanks to him. No, there's Judge learning and LOCAL. u IH POINT OF STYLE, Christian Church Chapel Dedicated. i The first substantial effort at exten- -' a church in the bounds of IN QUANTITY, Richmond was crowned with success on Sunday afternon last when the IN QUALITY. new chapel of the Christian church was dedicated. It is a neat little It is the best line ever shown structure, perlectly suited to the preson onr floors. We believe that ent demands, and is situated on the IN PRICE, sion of 'J street, in the Dillingham Addition, Matching Quality one square from the Kentucky Central Depot. There have been various missions and schools carried on from time to For Quality- time in that section of the city, but no pennant house of worship was ever before erected there, conseThe price cannot be dupli- quently the advantage of this pioneer cated. But you cannot movement is apparent. The locality is populous and contains many church Know the excellence of our members, but tbo distance to the Block unless you see it. church houses of Richmond is an obstacle in the way of many to their attendance upon worship. Hence the idea of taking the church to those who could sot or would not come to i tbo church.ol establishing this needed The Idea origiauxiliary may or may Lexington, Ky. eptl-ly nated with Elder W. F. Smith, former Big Hill pike extension of East Main perceived that his duty to Democracy was plain and he dared to discharge it. To the old City Council adieu, may The Democrat: Got All The Plums. the sense of duty well done have been The profession of disinterested pa- your only ambition. triotism and made To the new City Council, may the by the Independent party in the late high hopes of your be municipal campaign, was umasked realized in tho mostbest friends adsuccessful last Tuesday night when only Dem- ministration Richmond has ever ocrats were elrcled to the offices at In which event your enemies had. if you the disposal of the City Council. have any will rise up and call you g ReThen the ambitious blessed. publicans boiled over in their chagrin To Hon. Claude Smith, Mayor-elec- t, and disappointment, and then we saw what we all along knew, that there was less of public spirit than hope of Awarded office back of the ' Reform" moveHighest Honors World's Fair, ment. Bui then every citizen has a right to aspire for any office, and offices can't go around empty, begging for occupants, so it is all right now, especially because it ended all right Every man chosen was a Democrat! ip And there is Tom Covington, who place-huntin- Miss Hattie L. Tavlor has closed her Everywhere." school at Slick Rock. This was the closing of Miss Taylor's fourth school at that place. She is a good teacher and well liked by the patrons. TEA curcs IysPeA ram and winu storm passed over PfottfrtVUB,AN I Illlllvlv sia, Constipation and Indithis locality last Thursday night, but gestion. Eegulatcs the Liver. Price, 25 cts. no damage done. There were three burials at Friendship Cemetery last "week; all very old Having sold our farm we will therepersons. OF fore offer at public sale on About a half crop of wheat is growing nicely. 16,97. Mr. O. P. Stapp is building an addition to his residence Thefollowinj: property, 15 cattle. $100 Eofard, $100. 38 yearling cattle, (extra quality), The readers of this paper will be 1 yoke of extra work oxen, (Iarje), CONTAINS BOTH. pleased to learn that there is at least 1 bull calf, (deep red). ono dreaded disease that science has 1 steer calf; 1 yearling bull, (deep been able to cure in all its stages and Daily, by mail, $6ayear red), good Bheep that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is 40 bred in September to the only positive cure now known to Daily & Sun'y , "by mail, $8 ayear good bucks, the medical fraternity. Catarrh being 3 good brood mares, all good workers, a constitutional disease, requires a con1 nice saddle mare, HalVs Catarrh stitutional tratment. 1 extra nice yearling stallion, large Cure is taken internally, acting directand fine, ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces 1 fine filly, saddler, of the system, thereby destroying the is the greatest Sunday News8 well bred jacks, from 1 to old, foundation of the disease, and giving the 2 jack colts; 16 well bred jennets, paper in the world. patient strength by building up the 18 shouts, constitution and assisting nature in do- Price Sc. a copy. y mall, $2 a year. 5 Poland China brood sows, ing its work. The proprietors have so 1 red boar, 2 Poland China boars, Address THE SUN, New York. much faith in its curative powers, that 1 largo mare mule, extra thay ofler One Hundred Dollars for any worker, case that it fails to cure. Send for list 2 very extra mare mule colts, of Testimonials. 2 medium mule colts. Address, F. J. Cheney Co., Tolede, O. Also a lot of farming implements, 1 jyScld by Druggists. "75c dec-l-A nice framo building, with wagon, 2 ox carta, 1 large all necessary on Irvine slide, IklcCorniick binder, 1 roller, 1 Who can think Wanted-- An BCJtsons, simple Idea of (omepaienw pike, and 13 known as the Simmons cornnlanter, used 1only two drill (Ken- 1 7 Randall harrow, wing k wheat yonr 7. place. Apply to JJotectJdHN Ideu: ther tucky), 3.!b. 20 d Co"KPitent Atto?: Write WEODEBBDIUV Oliver plows, decl-t- f Mrs. H. Zieman. 6 or 8 double shovels, 2 Jirown cultivart"!ftiTMJ'irtc"' - c"t0T thelr &m Prt offer or two hundred lnTcatlon? wanted. tors; doubletrees, single trees, and other farming implements. OiinriruTruTnriJijTruTnrutruinnnjannn Also frim SCO to 1,000 shocks of very Holies To GrsditorsI fine fudder, well tied up, and 50 acre pasture to feed it on with plenty of g good water. Terms eiven on day of sale. Sale to All the creditors or the Bichmond Drug Com- begin at 10 o'clock, on premises 2 miles .w.mj mv..u;u w iiie Claims with me properly verified at the klieiroffice of south of Kingston, In Madison county law J. A. Sallivsn in Bichmond, Ky., or before m Notice is hereby given that the firm of Williams & Brooks have this day dissolved partnership, J. O. Brooks retireing and J. M. Williams becoming exclusive proprietor, the business hereafter to be conducted on account of and in the name of J. M. Williams. Parties nov!0-2holding claims against said firm will receive payment on presentation of same and parties indebted to said firm will please call ana settle All drugists sell Dr. Miles Pain Pills. and save costs. This Nov. 24. 1897. dec8-4- v WILLIAMS & BROOKS. - rn "Bell's Flowers go TED ULSTERS that you hear much talk about. b.. PublicSale! to-wi- $10.00 If you want to spend as much, 3-- will show a SUIT or an OVERCOAT that will astound vou. .ve I News and Opinions National Importance " The Sun The Sunday Sun Thur-day.Dtcesb- er You will want your son a Suit or an Overcoat, you can't afford to miss I looking at ours. We can fit a boy trom 6 years old up to anv age. mr t: $2.00, $2.50 for children Our Suit3 for boys or Our Suits at $1.00, $1.50,. Our Overcoats at $1.50, f 4 young men at $4.50, -- , 5.00, 6.00. ' are world beaters. Bootsand Shoes that we ) sell for $1.25, $1.50, $2, : $2.25, $2.50 are such goods that you have been paing more money for. $2.00, $2.50, $3.50, $5.00 rs For Rent! two-stor-y I Give Us A 'Jataar In Large Variety. two-hor- ss D- i look: I I- ,- T2LJ .1. left-han- is-2?r.- fe Hats& Everything 5s be Best Hour GROCERIES, nevijr-freezin- CiF.Brower&Co I- not-bar- e vided City Council, with a Republican Mayor. Thus tho prospect of having a continuation of a Democratic rule in Richmond was blasted for a time only. A complication however arose over the tenure of office of the Mayor, and, we are informed, it was due to the long head of our newly elected County Judge, T. H. Sullivan, v the recent election, which resulted in a clean sweep for the Democrats in the county offices, resulted- in a di- It is well remembered that FRESHEST I CREAM CANDIES, JFJITJITS and CAN GOODS January 1, 1898, or the same will be barred. Done per order of County Court, this November 22, 1897. All Parties indebted tothsUioh At the tamo time and place the moad Drag Company are requested to settle sell slot ot highly bred same at once and save cost. harness and" saddle horses, nov2t-4W.F POWERS, Trustee. w to-wi- t: J that is worn by men or bovs. BAKING At tlie lowest Price. ... For Sale ! ShflarerV water tatikon Ottef Creak. For fbtUmh: particular call on or irldroM ?i ptto-3B-e J.- B, GRIMES, rorly-tbre- e teres of. land, 12 acres of which is firsts-clariver bottom ImhI, -with gooduweUiBg-booe- e sod stable thrown, in. On quarter mile from -ss P0MMR MOST PERFECT MADE. A - it " t .. pure Grape Cream of Tartar Po wdw, from Ammonia, Alum or any other aduminRt! 40 YEARS Tmgr3UUTvZ s;v. C . 'fi - Av fD. , : 1 -- Smith, W ir ovumnnnniviniwui n " ii :. t -- J- J JimHI IHDi -- riambletonian mare. Belle Wilkes, old, 2:30, by BeImon Wilkes. 1 Comb(ned sorrel geldinjr, by Em peror Willr.es. d 13ytr.pld filly by earae. well broke. 1 geldmjt by Bame, well 4 broke.' if 1 CiHb1peda3d4endhacnea8 arec x cautueprooa ware'aaa eott. ., 1 Comb bed flt&lLi &n luimLTT h? - : .. I -- 1 !' STRENG Htf'j Tin -- ' - rf 5" r.B- Iord,Ky. Jwi-i'- rtj-o!a- e. ifti w - ;ati - - n 1 .'..E&- jTii. ti. hktiiSi " i m i. W.TRIBBLK. r l Mm MHm V WTfWWWF The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY..DEC. 15, .- "VtT8"" jf C -- 5 - - 1897. UOOvOOdOOiQOOOOOOGGrUOOUuw o Advertisements will be received g by THE CLIMAX with the guar- 3 antee that its circulation exceeds O that of any otherpaper published q in Richmond. o g c Soooooooooooooooeoooocooo f n Mr. T. H. Karr, tbe hardware merchant, assigned to tho State Bank and Trust Company, of this city, on Saturday last Liabilities $050; asJ ' sets about 3,500. It was not a forced assignment, but was a voluntary one for seats early and the purpose of winding up his business. .fry avoid the rush. Mr. Karr has not made up his mind as to his future business. Mrs. Ben Price, of Caleast, has a cat The R. N. I fc B. Will Be Completed lo twenty-thre- e years old. WW 1fs4 W El BELLE BOYD, tho famous woman spy of the Confed Belle Boyd tomorrow night. Assigned. well-know- Belle Boyd, row night. the woman spy, tomor- will deliver her thrilling lecture at the Court-Hous- e on ThursV day night next, JJecemuer lorn. eracy , Cherry Pectoral "When tho doctors considered me incurable, Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral cured me of A Saturday Killing. Secureyour Chronic Bronchitis L. B. LARDLN0IS, Rosiere, Wis. HALF-SIZ- E Stray mule. See ad. A new stock of buggies, etc. at John Donelson's. Adolph Segal, the wealthy Philadelphia brewer, who recently purCaperton, W. B. Smith, and Messrs. J. Tho Law of Trespass. The Henry Batterton farm lSOacree, chased tho Richmond, Nicholasville, The trespass law seems to be little un- C. and D. M. Chenault to defend him. advertised in the Climax sold to Jno. D. Irvine and Beattyvillo railroad, will See notice of lost cow, elsewhere Powell at $14,75 per acre. Athtake charge of it on February 1. He derstood by the people. It is simply To Revive the Kentucky this. When a land owner posts notices in the Climax. letic Association. Mr. Owen Mclvee has moved his will complete the road to Beattyvllle on his property no man has n right to Central University has started a Stouffer is the oldest clothier, furnishfamily back to his residence on the cor- early in the spring, and may push on the work to tho mountains in south- go upon it without permission and if he movement to revive the Kentncky of Main and First Streets. ner er and Hatter in the city. does so is a trespasser and liable to proeastern Kentucky. Athletic Association, The celebrated Kimball piano is sold Holiday rates via L. & 2v, beginceedings against him at law. Of course which went to pieces two years ago, 6cpt-29-6- m Inter-collegiate One of the best paying livery stables in Central Kentucky for sale. See ad. Bealyville. BOTTLES, 5Q?. Saturday 6ecms to be the fateful day for negro fights in Richmond. Within a year a half dozen serious altercations have eccurred between brothers of the colored race on that day. Last Saturday, pursuant to the custom, a difficulty occurred on First street between Jim Hall and John Tribble which resultod in the former's death at thehandsof the latter, the weapon used being a pistol. Tribble is in jail, and may be tried in this court. H e has retained Hons. J. W. The Throttle Thrown Wide Op THE ENGINE THAT WORKS THE MACHINERY OF THE fll'fcl 5 4 Busy Bee Cash Stores .TAXED TO ITS UTMOST CAPACITY.. TO GET 1! 1 ning December 22. anybody. Stouffer sells clothing cheaper than sept-29-Gni now exclusively by W. P. Surles. the best in the world. See ad. It is Disastrous Fire at Red House. Richard 1. Benge, aged 28, died at Kirksville on Nov. 28. Mrs. H. M. Samuels sold her farm Don't buy your shoes until you see of 92J acres, near White's Station, ThursFreeman Bros.' line; prices, S2, S3 and day to Gilbert Mason ior$G3 per acre. nov $1. 17-l- m At H. Li. Samuels' sale Thursday, corn brought $1.90. 92$ acres land sold to Gilbert Mason at $G3 per acre. "Daughters of the Confederacy are was appointed called in special session at Dr. Poyntz's Postmaster at Paint Lick Tuesday. home office on Friday at 10 o'clock, Presents for ladies, gentlemen and a.m. children, at Hagan's Irug Store, at any Mr. It. N. Beasley, Paint Lick's toprice you wish. bacco buyer, has bought about 35,000 Congressman Davidson has named pounds during the last two weeks on an Mr. Hubert F Bonny for postmaster average ot 5J cents. at waco. Miss Leila Harris' school atltuth-to- n Best meat and sausage at Y. J. closed on Saturday with a delightShearer's meat shop, First street. ful entertainment. Her teaching has nov22-2mgiven eminent satisfaction. Major Jno. D, Harris was alarmAn auction of the pictures of Robingly ill several days last week but ert Burns Wilson, of Kentucky's great i improved. artist and poet, at Collins furniture store gloves Saturday, Decceraber 18th. Finder of pair should return same to Mr. II. Chenault, Lackey Bros., of Paint Lick, are closJr., and get rewarJ. ing out their stock of merchandise at The sale of J. A. Murr.il, near cost, and are going to quit the business Kirksville Saturday was Mill attended, It is said that they will go to Colorado. and bedding lively. Its a hard matter to keep a stock Fresh citron, raisins currauts, figs, of vehicles on hand all the time; but nuts of all kindb, and all other ingredi- if you will leave vour order with me you will get what you want. ents, a E. Deatherage & Co. "William Moore Tho store house and contents, the latter belonging to Dozier and Boggs, the former to Mrs. Shearer, at Red House, was completely destroyed by fire Wednesday afternoon. The fire started in an upper room and gained such headway that it was impossible to .extinguish it Dozier and Boggs had their stock of goods well insured, but the building was unprotected. Winchester Officers. an action must he for damages, something that would not be apparent from passing through woodland or uncultivated fields, but the law recognizes such a thing as nominal damages, and justifies the rendering of judgment for the plaintiff, thus putting the cost of proceedings on defendant trespasser. An honest hunter will not go upon the lands protected by notices without the permission of the owner. Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. Changes Time. o The new City Cduncil of Winches-t3- r elected the followinf officers Tuesday night: Mayor, John E. Garner; City Judge, F. P. Pendleton; City Attorney, L. H. Bush; Chief of Police, Matt Madigan ; policemen ; John Tarpy and Mitchel Calmes; Clerk, P. B. Winn; Surveyor, D J. Pendleton; Treasurer, X.H. Witherspoon ; janitor, S. T. Stevenson; Assessor, Collector and Chief of Fire Department are yet to be decided. Will Locate in Winchester. seal-ski- n John Donelsox. suit filed against Madison Mr. Harvey Chenault, Jr , is mournV. IMgg several weeks County by W. ing the loss of a fine pair of dark sealago has been withdrawn. The Three of our most promising young business men, Messrs Walker McKin-neHarry Scrivener and Charles Chenault, have formed partnership, and will about January , open a dry goods and clothing business in Winchester. We hope these young gentlemen may be crowned with tho glowing success they so justly deserve, and while we regret their loss, we cheerful ly commend them to the business citizens of Winchester. y, The best of everything for Christmas at Hagan'a Drug Store. Prices to Now is the time to buy. suit everybody County Superentendent Mrs. A. T. Millions made the last payment for the teachers for the present year. anybody. Stouffer sells clothing cheaper than sept-29-Cin Coal famine is over and Coleman Neir now has coal for everybody; call at It. N. I. & B. Depot. Telephone i0. See Stouffer for cheap overcoats. septr-29-G-m Mrs. Johnson Pigg, aged mother of our well known citizen, Wm. W. Pigg, is very ill at her home east of this city. Suits to orderat Stouffer's at ready made prices. sept-29-Gm Miss Win. T Gertrude Simpson and Mr. Smith, a popular young were married last Thursday at Buekeve. See Stouffer for underwear. sept-20 Cm year The church at Piano, Texas, raised the increased salary demanded by S. W. Crutcher and called him for the 1898. Uas and caps latest styles est prices at Stoufler's. and 29-l- low- sept The Corbin Academy was destroyed by lire Friday night by the explosion of a lamp. Loss $2,000, small insurance. Don't buy a suit or hat for your boy without seeing Stoullers. V. I. Prewitt, agent for Mrs. Jane Higgins, sold a house and lot in Kirksville, to W. P. Lawrence of Ciab Orchard for $70J. cash. Clothing at prices never so low .at Stouflcrs. sept The American Society of Professors of Dancing have decided that waltzing must go out of fashion because h "promotes perspiration". If I havn't what you want give me your order subject to approval. s2pt-29-G29-G- skin gloves, for which, if the finder will return to this office or to Mr. Chenault a suitable reward will be paid. Until you have looked at the style and costs of the barouches phaetons and road wagons at S. L. you can never be sure that you have examined the newest, cheapest and best styles of vehicles. A beautiful and Listing Christmas present, combining culture, refinement and elegance, is a guitar, Banjo or mandolin and a thorough course of instruction at Prof. Minier's Parlor, Conservatory cf Music, 317 West Main street. Hamilton fc Dozier removed the bodyof Iron Hackctt, father of Jacob and Tobe Hackett, from the Scudder graveyard, on the Red House pike, last Friday, to the Richmond cemetery. Hpmilton it Co. will erect a monument over the grave. Many European acts are seen for the first time in America with Gus Hill's show. The reputation of Gus Hill's novelties is 60 throughout the country that it is not necessary for us to comment on its merits. They will and Managers appear here White & Bush should bo congratulated on securing this attraction. If not what it is represented, White Bush will refund yonr money at the door. An economical husband once said to his wife: "Susan, don't spend a cent of money with merchants who do not advertise in tho papers." The wife, who was a business woman, replied: "You old goose, I learned better than to go where I was not invited long ago. You would be an old bachelor now if you had not invited me to bo jour wife. Catch mo going to a store without an invitation; I guess Mid-chafl'- Circuit Court s. John Isaacs, concealed weapons. $25 and ten days in jail. John Baker, charged with breaking into the meat house of William Todd, not guilty. Henry Jiles, killing Joe Gatliffe at Big Hill last fall, continued April term. Commencing Sunday, Dep. 12th, the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. will shorten up the time of its F. F. V. Limited train which will leave Winchester at 4:45 p. m.; Lexington 5:20; Frankfort 6:13 p m. and Shelbyville 7:00 p.-reaching Louisville at S:00 o1clock p.m., making direct connection in Union Depot in Louisvillo with the Illinois Central Limited Vestibuled train leaving Louisville 8:10 p. in. carrying Free Chair Car and elegant sleepers, reaching Memphis 7:00 a.m. next morning and New Orleans 7:oO p.m. next evening, and making direct connection in Memphis for all Texas points. Also connects in Union Depot in Louisville with the Air Line, B. O. fc S. W. and Henderson Route, trains for St. Louis and the West, and with Big Four Route for Chicago and points North. This is the best and quickest train service ever given the Blue Grass section for tho West and South, and is seventy miles shorter to St. Louis than via Cincinnati. For full information call on C. & O. Agents' or write to the undersigned. No trouble to answer questions. G. W. Barney, Lexington, Ky. and organ. The Central News, in a leading article makes a strong appeal to the five Blue Grass colleges, State, Centre, and Georgetown, Kentucky and Central Universities, to unite in tho formation of a league, the object of which is to promote college athletics in Kentucky and arrange for an annual 'athletic tournament, in which representatives from all the colleges holding membership can compete for supremacy. Central University has appointed a commit-te- o to confer with representatives from the other colleges and take some action in regard to the matter. Some time during tho Christmas holidays a meeting of the southern League will bo held at Birmingham, Ala., at which time a motion will be made to lift tho embargo from Centre College, Danville caused by that institution violating the rules ot the league by taking into her foot ball team. This will place the Blue Grass colleges on an equal footing and pave the way for the easy of the plan, which, it is believed, will meet theapprobation of of those interested in the progress of college athletics in Kentucky. Chancellor L. H. Blantan, of Central University, is heartily in favor ot tho movement, and will bo one of a delegation of five to go to Birmingham to urge action in regard to Centre and offer some suggestions for the revision of the rules which the Kentucky Association will adopt. ial Inter-collegiate on THIS GREAT BARGAIN MART READY FOR THE FALL CAMPAIGN. 1 ar c-- load of boxes filled with new Already they are unloading at our door, car load after Fall Bargains for our customers and friends. Some of these boxes are almost large enough for small dvy 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 bendirtg 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 au advance on a single article bought from us this season. M You will find our prices much lower than ever, as we don't emploj' 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 V1 s hottest fought battle in the history of our business. set the pace for competition and AVe let them follow. Great stocks of Calicos arc piled upon the streets and in the store and some of the very best brands are only ",lv per yard. Bring your wagons and load up. Wt don't offer you one yard at this price, but 1,000 yards if you want them. Blankets of all descriptions, bought in lots. As we have two great stores to buy for we can save our customers many a "Hani Earned Dollar" on Blankets. We sell them a nice white bed blanket, 10-- 4 size, large enough for any bed, at 4Sc per pair. 100-pair K Canton Flannels, bought direct from mills in solid car lots. A great saving to our customers, as we can sell them to you at ictail and give you wholesale prices. nine-tent- hs Brag" Department. Braids, the new Trimmings, the prettiest Silks, the newest things in Dress Goods, in patterns or by the yard, are to be had in our Dress Goods Department, k'Our The newr Small wears and notions of all kinds in large quantities are to be had in this great Emporam of Bargains. If you n need anything from a lc paper of pins to a steam engine you can find it at the Busy Bee Cash Store. full-grow- The most elegant things to be had anywhere in suits or satin-line- d overcoats can be found here. Our tailor-madsuits and overcoats are the death knell to all competition. They fit better, they look nicer, they wear longer and they are priced lower. Try a suit of our Boys' Clothing. They are double knee, double seat and elastic waist bands, warranted not to rip. Get our prices. See our Clothing. We are the leaders in prices on all lines of Boots and Shoes. Special attention paid to this stock. Special prices made all through the line, stock larger and more complete than ever. Bring in your grain bags and fill them up. Prices lower than ever made. with draw-eWe have a man's Bibbed Vest, to match, heavy weight, that we can sell at 25c each that beats the world. Same that sold last season at 49c. Vests, with pants, winter weight, 19c, d Ladies' d Kibbed Vests and worth 25c. Children's pants from Sc up, winter weight An elegant line of ladies' and gents' fine Underwear in stock at very low prices. fleece-lined, m BIRTHS. Elzie Broaddus, colored, horse stealing, aquitted. The case of John McIIomo for killing Champ Mullins has been filed away. Wagers & Cohen Stock Sales. well-kno- To Illinois parties, two car loads cattle at from 3.40 to $3.60. For Embry & Arbuckle to the foregoing parties, six heifers, $20. per head. To Ohio parties, one car load of heifers at $340; one car load of steers at $3.50. ToS. D. Dale, of Malcon, Illinois, one four year-olcombined horse, $110. Also shipped two of cattle hogs to Cincinnati and two Wednesday. high-grad- e 950-poun- d 800-pou- d car-loa- car-loa- Holiday Rates via R. N. I. & B. t, t On account of the holidays the R. N. I. & B will sell ticketr to all points on its own line and to points south of the Ohio river and east of the Miss issippi river, December 22. 23, 24, 25, December 30 and 31, 1897, and January 1, 1898, good for return till Janone-thir- uary 4, 189S, at one and fare for the round trip. For students presenting certificates signed by principal of school or college tickets will be sold at same rates December 16 to 25, 1897 inclusive, gool returning till January 4, 1S9S. d Jones. To Mrs. May Turner Jones, of Bardstown, on Friday night, DeSuicide of Albert Schilling. cember 10, a boy Cyrus Albert Schilling, a well known First Turner Jones. street merchaut, who has been operating NoHLE.--T- o Mr. and Mrs- Paul Noa restaurant and grocery for a number ble, on Tuesday, a d girl of years, took a dose of carbolic acid on Geneva. The father fs doing well, conMonday night and before medical assist- sidering his ige, GS ears. ance could reach him he was dead. His McClintock. On Sunday, Decemwife says that as was her husband's ber 12, at 6 p. m , at "Sunnyside," to custom, he came home from his store the wife of John T. McClintock, a about three o'clock in the morning, and daughter Mary Herndon before he retired went into the kitchen Mrs. McClintock was Miss Rose Vick-erfor a drink of water. He then retired and soon began to groan. Mrs. Schilling Turner. Rev. and Mrs. Ashby Jones, tried to arouse him, but received no renee Miss May Turner, are rejoicing over sponse. She awakened Emile Lorisch, son, Cyrus who slept up stairs, and he ran for Dr. the birth of a Roberts. Before he had shut the front Turner, at Bardstown, Nelson county, gate Mr. Schilling breathed his last Ky. On both sides he is of distinwithout having spoken. Mrs. Schilling guished ancestry, and we hope the heir later discovered a cup containing a may live to add fresh lustre to the honsmall portion of carbolic acid it was orable homo of his family. this cup out of which he took the fatal draught. The carbolic acid had been kept in the house for months as a McSwaix. Mrs. Mary McSwain.aged it was in easy reach. No 50 years, died on Monday and'was burcause is given, except that for some weeks tho deceased has been unhappy ied yesterday. Deceased was the wife of over domestic affairs, not, however, con- Joseph McSwain, and mother of Sid produce nected with his immediate family. He McSwain, the leaves a wife and two children. His dealer wife was Miss Laura Plantier, of this - Last, but not least, is our Cloak Department. We take a special pride here, as pretty, stylish Cloaks are greatly admired by everyone and our Cloak Department is filled with beautiful thiniK. Call and look through whether you need a Cloak or not. We will be glad to show you $ i through. eight-poun- fleece-line- Don't be the last one to call and see this immense stock beautiful fall goods. Don't wait until the best things are selected and taken out. Fall in line and follow the crowd. Vou will meet with a hearty welcome and be waited on by polite, nice salesmen. 'Thanking you for of jvy. fleece-line- past patronage, we are J Respectfully, ten-pou- s. OLDHAM COMPANY. Mf !isk 11 nine-poun- d Mf DEATHS. disin-fectant.a- Fairfield has a new military company, only be three or instead of eight or nine candidates which is lurking rapid progress in (trillJour ing. for congress in the Second district. It is said there will Bank Directors Notice. On Tuesday. January 11. 1898, between the hours of 10 a. m. and 2 o'clock, p m. , there will be a meeting of the stockholders of Madison National Bank held at their banking house, for the purpose of electing seven directors. decl5-3C. D. CHEXAULT, Cashier. w hi Year Snrmito.. a n Lost-Man- y Great Music Offer. well-know- n county. Rented The W. T. Tevis Place. Albert Schilling was 3G years of age and came hero from Germany with his mother, brother and sister, Mrs Everet Barry, nee Miss Anna Schilling, seventeen years ago. Interment at 3 o'clock in the Cemetery. Services at the grave. to-d- ay not." Too best conservatory methods of Money can be made rapidly, and a vast amount instruction taught, music and instruMake Christmas day a bright, special era to of good done in circulating one of the noments lrom any publisher or manufac blest historical works published during some one by the gift of soaiethiBg from our the past quarter of a century. stock. We have never before offered soch turer in the world, supplied at Prof. ACTI1E AGEMS IRE JOff EEIPUG A RICH H1R1EST. goods at such price, They are within the studio, the most elegant music Minier's reach of the most moderate byer. Call, at Some of our best workers are selling looms in the city. 317 West Main St. least, to inquire. OVER ONE HUNDRED BOOKS A WEEK. The Fairest Gem. We woakl not be The friends of Mrs. J F. Stone are LOST STEER. if this advertisement reaebed the eye of Mr. A. Q. Williams. Jackson county. Mo., she is engaged in trimnotified that worked four days and a half and secured Si some one who considered fairest gem ef the were decorated in a most effective man John Donklson. The undersigned lost at the cattle orders He sells the book to almost every man season his sweetheart. A the or other pieces ming for Mrs. Lucy Maun, on Main ring he meets. Dr. J J. Mason, Muscogee county, ner. The lace curtains, mantel, winpens on Court day one brindle or dark Ga., sold 120 copies the first five days he can- of jewelry would be a very neat expression of Diphtheria is becoming alarming- street, opposite BInuton's coal office. dows and folding doorway were beauti-ful- y Sheets, red steer, about 000 lbs., dehorned, vassed. a II. C.hours and Palo Pinto county, Tex , such a feeling. Why net reap a pleasure by ly prevalent in the eastern part of the Ladies need no assurance that these sold 13 copies, mostly worked few bedecked with white lilies and feme. white, spot on back, and white morocco binding. J. If. Hanna, Gaston coun- conferring one? Jessamine county, several deaths fashionable milliners have no supeA glittering Show. Our caes present a glitty, N. C. made a month's wages in three days Roses of cream and pink budded in prostreak on left shoulder. Liberal reward canvassine for this book. S. M White. Calla tering array of all that is newest having occurred among the children. riors in Richmond, and their prices ad choicest lusion, whilst a large and artistically han county, Tex., is selling books at the rate of Wanted. for information of steer's whereabouts. m copies a week. in the things which refined people possess. See Stouffer and save money on and goods aro without a poor, ""' Geo. B. Tood, Speedwell. Tbe Work Contains Biographical Sketches The prices of many of things is BothiBg short For the Richmond Military Band a constructed bell of lilies and ferns was nov3-9clothing, over coats and underwear. decS-4Or to Climax office. of all the Leading Generals, a vast amount of of these things is nothing short of atoading. few more young men of good habits, suspended from the center of the room. Tell ns wh;t you can afford to spend and in Signor D'Anna, voice teacher at Historical Matter, and a urge numoer 01 Beauand respectability to join at Under this the couple took the vows tiful Illustrations It is a grand almost every case you can be suited at your Stray Mule. Coal famine is over and Coleman Madison Institute, and certain of ids behavior made them man and wife. The atbook, and ladies and gentlemen who can give own price. Try it. once to make this the first or second that a part Neu" now has coal for everybody; call pupils will give a concert at the court About a month ago a dark bav mare all or to make ot their time toofthe canvass are money hand bound immense sums Regimental Band of Kentucky. For tendants were Miss Sue Deatherage and my place and since ling it. N. I & B. Depot. Telephone 90. house, Friday evening, Dec. 17th. at It. mule came to particulars see Prof. Minier, Band Ma- Mr. John Arnaldjlt was a most beautiAN The Main Street Jeweler. PROSPECTUS. that time has been taken care of by showing ELEGANT styles of binding, sample Position as house girl wanted by The concert will began at 7,30 o'clock. jor and Director, or H. R. Tevis, Man- ful ceremony which Elder W. R. Lloyd, the different me. Owner will call, pay charges and pages, and all material necessary to work with, of the Christain Church pronounced, a Friends of the school and lovers of ager. young white woman of experience. will be sent on receipt of SO cents. The magget same. Chas. Soikr, nificent gallery ot portraits, alone, in the prosAddress Carrie' Howard, Richmond, music are cordially invited to bo presThis band is now under strict mili- purely Biblical union service, and it declo-lm- o pectus is worth double the money. We furnish Commissioner Richmond, Ky. ent. Miss Samuels of Mt. Sterling and tary discipline and will be so main- was said with ease and solemnity. Af s Ky- it at far less than actual cost of manufacture, Miss Murray and Mrs. Scott of Lexing- tained. They have the best, most ter the ceremony the happy couple proand we wonld advise you to order quickly, and For Sate or Rer.t, get exclusive control of the best territory. AdWheat was forced to $1,10 at ton will sing in tho concert. These ceeded to the depot and departed at Valuable property in "West End. dress Chicago by the speculators. Farmers ladies have had several terms of in- accomplished and successful director once for their home in old Virginia. ever in charge of a band in this State House and 4 acres of land. Apply to ROYAL PUBLISHING CO., W. P. Prewitt, Plaintiff who sold at GO cents will be glad to structions from Signor D'Anna. Notice of Sale S For Eidnoy Troubles against decl5-2llth and Main Sts., RICHMOND, VA. -I- nlEquity. and all efforts possible will be put fortti Tho crowd lingered to inspect the many W. W. Pigg. Nowadays when women are trying to hear that prosperity has arrived at W.A. Finnell, &c. DefUs' decl5-6beautiful presents which wero given by is nothing better than Foley's to reach the high standard of excelBig Fox Chase. is not strange that there Chicago, of Judgment and the bride's friends. Many were the ex- do everything it BY virture of a Circuit Court, order of sale the it will Malinee Special lor Wm. H. Crane, in "The rendered at Madison lency desired. It is not Kidney Cure, everyone who tries Messrs. Will Hisle, Younger Norris, September Term thereof, 1S97. in the above pressions of affection and friendship many things are Senator. Just received 3,503 pounds prunes, there-arstyle cause, the undersigned will, on all kinds of phvs-ic- agree to this. For evaporated apricots, peaches and apples and Charles Combs, a brother of Repr- The Estaio Has Other Heirs in Madison. that accompanied the articles of useful- strange that On account of performance of Wm. ..Ready Mayor Small promises to make it and mental disturbances. If the "Wm. Combs, will at E Deatherage & Co.'s at 6tartlinc low esentative-elect Since our reference to the Argyle ness and ornament, attesting the warm woman who is a doctor, or a lawyer, or warm for the lawbreakers in Owens- H. Crano and Company of excellent give a big fox chase Christmas that prices. players in his celebrated play "The estate in our last issue we have learned place which the bride held in the hearts a journalist, or in business would not boro. season in their Between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. rn and II Senator" at Lexington opera house that there are other citizens of our of Richmond people. Certain it is there try to be a society woman too it might R. "W. Smith, of Irvine, and Am. will be tho event of tho o'clock, a. m , on the premises in Kirksville, and a county who are descendants of the are few nobler young women than she AVuks bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, afternoon, December 11th, the Durbin, of "Why Not, will open a locality. Prizes will bo offered Madison county, Ky , proceed to expose to be different: but the woman who knows guaranteed, 10. 25c. sale, to the highest bidder, the following Chesapeake and Ohio railway will sell royal family and should the fortune Unselfish, thoughtlul of others, tender when she has done a day's work has yet candy cathartic, cure general Merchandise store in tho C. mammoth oyster supper provided. escribed property, viz: may5 lyr tickets, good on all trains of that W. Friend buildin", in Irvine about come this way will be among the hearted, and true to her friends, there to be born. Unually a woman's way is A LOt 01 Laild tongingsamelnKirks-ville- , Jackson Lawyers To The Front. Bowling Green is to have new hose day beneficiaries. Col. J. V. Caperton evi- has gone from among us a happy heart- to keep doing until she drops. Working at one fare for the round trip, good Madison county, Ky., situated on the January 1. The law firm of Marcnm it Pollard equipped fire departEast side of the Kirksville and Kentucky River returning Dec. 12th. At night, he will dently inherited his manly bearing ed girl who knew noone save to in this way has manifold evils. The wagons and a well pike and adjoining the lands of B. F. Tevis on There will be no preaching at have been retained to represent the ment. the North and Mrs. Nannie Kelley on the South. high sense of honor for which he add some brightness to that one's life. nlav 'A Yiririnia Courtship." Trains common trouble resulting from Republican church on the third Sun- Southern Lumber Co. of Yalloy View, and Terms Sale will be made on a credit of six May4he new friends she will make most leavo Lexington returning at 5:50 and is noted from this distinguished fam(6) months. The purchaser will be required to either mentally or physi day in this month. Rev. S. A. Owen, Ky., in a big damage suit brought and Eczema. Tetter, give bond, with good security, for the payment 8:50 p. m. Send order ior seats to Caas. ily. Judge T. J. Scott, who is con- learn to appreciate the excellent quali cally, is constipation of the bowels, with of the purchase money, to have the force ami the pastor, is visiting his parents in against it in the Superior Court of CinThfi intense itchinir and smarting inci Manager Lexington opera house. ceded to be one of the best Circuit ties of this favorite among her sex all its attendant horrors. effect of a replevin bond, bearing legal interest dent to these diseases is instantly allayed Scott, Tennessee. cinnati by John Tevis for fiftv-fofrom the day of sale, with a lien reserved upon G. "W. Bauxky, Dis. Pass. Agjt. Judges in the State, is also a descend here, and may her life be ever as bright bv implying Chamborlain's Eye and said property until all the purchase money is Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets aro the thousand dollars damages for an allegpaid. S. E. SCOTT. Our Military Band is making greatci ant, and his brother, Mr. S. E. Scott, and happy as it always was under the most effectual remedy in the market. LSkin Ointment. Many very bad cases decl5-2M. C. M. C C. have been permanently cured bj' it. it progress than any previous organization. ed violation of contract. Master Commissioner, shows traces family roof. They work upon tho system easily, nat- b equally efficient for itching piles and The union of these young people reWe can now have the finest band in the All Gone! of his ducal relation by being one of urally. There is no unpleasant nausea a favorite remedy L'or sore nipples; State under their present excellent inbest Democrats in the county, and unites two branches of an old family of after taking them. No griping no chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites The Chepapeak and Ohio Ry. lias the structor. Don't forget their conun- sold out its entire stock of playing for the cogency with which ho can Virginia, the ancestors of the bride 'ianosi-flraand chronic sore eyes; 25 cts. per box. pain no discomfort. They are comdrum banquet Dec. 21. fwhose mother was formerly Miss Pat-ti- e cards advertising tho famous F. F.V. defend his every principle, political, of materials that go through the posed Dr. Cady's Condllion Ponders, are Yon need colors to make your home more OF VALUABLE PROPEETY! DeJarnatt of this county,) having social and religious. yon The concert by the Richmond trains. system gradually, collecting all impuri- just what a horse needs when in bad In front of tlie stable, comer of Third and attractive for the Christmas festivities, about emigrated from Virginia in 1795. purifier condition. Streets, in Richmond, Band on Tuesday night Dec 21. at the These cards were of the finest make ties and, liko the good little servants vermifuge. Tonic, Wood not food and Water offer at public sale, on Ky., at 1:15 ;. m will find results satisfying. No trouble A Patent For Administering Medicine to but They are The DeJarnatts are of French descent the expense of it, for the cost Is so slight you court house will be tho most success- and quality, and many persons took was the remarkof they are. disposing of them effect medicine and the best, in uso to put a I will Horses. and were one amoung the many Hugue- that 18, 1897, will scarcely notice it. Let us supply the paint ful event of its nature ever given here. advantage of the opportunity to lay ually. It horse in prime conlition. Price 25 Saturday, December Philosopher that and you do the work or wi will have the paint Dr. C. C. Hooker, of this city, our well not families that escaped from France Brt sure to go and enjoy the music in a anpply sents per package . G. W. Barnoy. My LIVERY, FEED and SALE 8TABLK. It applied for you at a very small expense. ' known Veterinary Surgeon, has patent during the persecution that followed the Judge II. B. Kingsolvin has anbrick building, is a modern, new D. P. A. Have recently received large shipments of "THE BEST THINGS while aiding in a good cause. two The Congressional races are now being with two large offices over which, are wate- -nice Window Giass all sizes from 8x10 to 40x90 ed a device for administering powders revocation of the EJict of Nantes, by nounced himself a candidate for Confixgas and WORLD ARE bed rooms. The stable has discussed in the couutry stove debates. tures, and two good cisterns. Also a large inches all bought before the large advance in IN THE Lincoln county has to Jpav $46,750-9- 0 to horses, cattle, sheep and other aniLouis XIV, in the latter part of the gress in the Tenth district. Death ol Mrs. Walker rlisle. for vehicles. This is one price all to be sold at a small profit. You NEVERT SAID." already made free, for turnpikes and 8taok Yonr lifa Away, pieces of property lit onr most Tobacco A death, which was one of unsual mals. The present method is to roll the seventeenth century. Tho groom still Mouldsituated on the CUBAN OIL cures Don'tyou want8$it quit) tobacco usiwr easily of thebeing valuable stand, tbeGlyndoti, and should see our nice new line of Pictureshades ot city, the be3t We have never told all and the others will cost enough to sadnees,was that of Mrs. Walker His- - medicine in a ball and forco it down owns.and lives opon the ancestral place to ir premises of the leadlnghotel, ings, very small ones In all the new the best things about Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu bo made v$U, strung, magnetic, within a few steps of the new $100,000 Governand forever, swell the amount to more than . with ttie hand. The Djoctors' invention of his family, the place upon which his our: ) colors, &c. le, wno uteu on iuesunj wee. i, of full of newllfoaud vigor, talio ment Building and Postoffice. The bonded indebtedness of tho pneumonia, after only a short illness. consists of a. d chamber ancestors settled on their arrival in this matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. tho Remember we haven't many of the 10 cent tiiot makes weak men Richmond the best and one of the wealthdays. iest cities In is Organs.. Kentucky. It has two colleges, papers left but what we have still go at 5 cents. county was already $27,000, making Mrs. llislo was a fond and dutiful having a trap door controlled by a slide; country. He is a son of srroDK Manvgain tcujpouuds In ten , Dr. lansfield, third assistant physiof your two railrnada. a snlendid Graded Public School, Prices guaranteed to be lower than the lowest. Over 400,000 cared. Buy tho total amount alout $90,000. this receptacle is operated by a rod. D C. DeJarnette deceased, who was a cian at the Lexington Asylum, is criti druKgist,mnder guarantee to euro, GOc or rWater Works. Gas Works, Ice Factory, llteam wife, an indulgent mother, a kind Very respectfully. Laundry, etc., besides I am agent tor the W. W. Kimball Co, of personal friend of President Garfield cally ill at his home in Powell county. $1.00. Booklet and saniplojnailol free. Ad. largewealthyconntytoback.lt. This Islpay-te- g Miss Stella Duncan and Mr. Israc neiiriiDor anu true xneuu. She leaves J which with pressure opens the trap-doChicago, and am. selling the best Organs atI Sterling Remedy Co.,Ghicagoor New Vork. as to utilize property. It Is so constructed ' and expells the contents of the cylinder and who.resignod his seat in the. United finest Pianes CTer oSered to the public for the Hubbard passed the examination for f im fhlblren. besides a husband who i part of the stable. A The'Georgetown ga8 plant is being en- - everygood bargain aad a. safe,One opportunity t Fcr Pneumonia. , paying ij trortfor a Btosey. Sasf terras to right parties. Call aai admission to the Normal Department is one of our best known farmers. 'into the throat or stomach of theani- - State Congress to become a Confederate being laid all see me. I eaa save you saoacy. Dr. J. C. Bishop, of Agnew,;Mich., loriM! and new maias are He was also sent in Terms easy and made known at sale. 3ALK of the StateJCollege at.the competitive Wnnornl services on Wednesdnv bv mal. Dr. Hooker is a graduate of the ' Congressman, j POSITIVE. Hoar of ale, promptly - Ontario Veterinary College, and' has J 1871, by President Grant m CommisBion-- . says: "I have used Foley's. Honey and otar'thVeity. examinntion held by Mrs. Supt, Mil- Rev. G. W. Young, followed by inter "H paen , OiscuurreaUmuk iHveh kijByB and all ttembo teals. ler, who will on Dec. 18, give another mpntin tha Richmond Ccmeterv in 'practiced eight years Jn thk: city. Hfeer fo&kwiand to. .make,, neectlations Tar in Maia Stmt. weaken or gripe. "will provea booanaa, we J ar line between monk'thVpMt oUl jfjtH2jpMxt,'tf-.invention , Hir.UiMlMfkanH trial, as four scholars are entitled to tbe presence ot .many- timhh-. V 1 bi- - -' admission lrom this coasty. friends. . n. sr-prise- Dr. V. II. Hobson, ol Louisville, has moved his family to Richmond and has rooms for the present at the Henderson House, convenient to his ollice, next door, the late residence of Dr. 0. Dr. Hobson has rented of Hon. W. T. Tevis his pretty residence and five acres of ground on the corner of High and Oak street. As Mr. Tevis moved to his new home near Kirksville, last week, Dr Hobson has taken possession of this place, which is one of the best located and most desirable residence in the city. Willis-- De Jarnellc. Tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. Josia B. Willis was crowded with friends last Wednesday afternoon to witness the marriage of their daughter, Nannie De Jarnett "Willis, to Mr. Daniel Coleman DeJarnette, 6f Bowling Green, Caroline county, Virginia. The spacious double parlors where the wedding occurred w sept-29-G- Everybody s.iys So. The young people of Georgetown and Cascarcts Candy Cathartic, the most woncas-aUic Owensboro will give Christmas hops on derful medical discovery oftaste, age, p actccntly and refreshing to the the night of the 24th. and positively on kidney:., liver and bowels, cleansing the entire system, dispel colds, Aftor meals you should have simply a cure headache, fever, habitual constipation buy and try a box feeling of comfort and satisfaction. You and biliousness. Please M) cents. Sold and 10, 2.", of C. C. C. should not feel any special indications guaranteed to cure by all druggists. that digestion is going on. If you do, Dr. Rhorer, formerly first assistant you have indigestion, which means physician at Lexington Asylum will This may be the beginning start a sanitarium in die Fayette city. of 60 many dangerous diseases, that it The person who disturbed the congreis best to take it in hand at once and treat it with Shaker Digestive Cordial gation last Sunduy by coughing, is reFor you know that indigestion makes quested to call on Perry & Thomas and poison, which causes pain and sickness. get a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar, " dec-- 1 lin And that Shaker Digestive Cordial helps which always gives relief. digestion and cures indigestion. ShakHopkinsville's new library will bo er Digestive Digestive Cordial does this opened this month. by providing the digestive materials in which the sick stomach is wantiug. It I lUlllVI 3 sia, Constipation and Indialso tones up and strengthens the digesgestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. tive organs and makes them perfectly healthy. This is the rationale of its The new.JIortan bank at Madisonville as the doctors would is Hearing completion. method of cure, say. Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the $1.00 per bottle. It finest liver and bowel regulator ever mayl ly made. Emil Bey's gypsy troupe, which captfeel's quite proud of Fayette county ured the buddies at Lexington, is holdthe fact that all her turnpikes are free. ing forth at Paducah. nt Should be Id every family Ma& BBS medicine chest and every sZ9 J" traveller's grip. They are W " Invaluable when the stomach Is out of order; euro headache, biliousness, and ill liver troubles. Mild and efficient. 25 cents. Hood's ill have lost confidence and hope as well as health, because they have been told their Kidney disease was inFoley's Kidney Cure is a curable. Guaranteed remedy for the discouraged dec-l-and disconsolate. m I I I gj An effort will be made to induce the National Fox Hunters' Association to hold its meet sit Owingsville next year. Send us tho names and addresses or three or more performers on the piano or organ together with 10 cents in silver or postage and we will m.iil you ten pieces of full sheet music, consisting of popular songs, waltzes, marches, etc., arranged for the piano and orgau. Address Popular Music nov3-2Co., Indianapolis, Ind. m GUI-- R. E. LEE, SOLDIER, Citizen and Christian Patriot. A Farm Wanted. GREAT NEW BOOK FOR THE PEOPLE. I want to rent a farm of 25 or 30 acres to be put in corn on the shares. Would like to have enough grass for about four head of stock. "Would want moderately good house, bam and garden. Anyone desiring to rent such farm will address me at A. B. Haley. Kingston, Ky. nev24 4t LIVE ACENTS WANTED Ertrjilrre to ihv uojfc pi;fi iti ft tp tlabo. EXTRAORDINARILY LIBERAL TERMS. d w -- Full-Pa- D. P. ARMER Sale! w over-done e. dec-l-- m al ttaad.. 4 Friday, Dec. 24, '97, ':at-urd- ay over-exertio- n, Salt-Rheu- m ur w PUBLIC SALE i s. -- It two-stor- y xlnc-llne- d wash-roo- $G0,-00- 0. Planters J fT conical-shape- wiintfcr-worue- r, ..Pianos and I or -- 1 4, TS-- -- hS .3L ,. ... - s? - a- - , -. c , - XJ&l-s-' eonwrmBR-Hheooendar- mi: . - tiir k11 SOV-W-- I W. P. Surlesjl Wwn "& " , i rStovib.a-i,- - 3. i 1: ::SADDLERY.4: E jmhh E Xra v mmw ii Ed. Wood Was a Republcan Because He Did Not Know Any Better. I la PENSION ROLL. A a aaa " - Bill in Congress Providing For Its Pub- - 1 THE P, S3SaS33333393333a33S3iSf 1 laaaTuiasalT ....-- - .a. .... I lication. Chicago Record.) A bill will be introduced and ill Congress pressed for passage this session pro- They Are Delivering Tons of Cornstalks Daily to The Mill in Owensboro. 8 1 1 Planters Ill 1 CO B ( Geo. White. SsJ 3 Limr Stable. a hacking, racking, rasping cough that irritates the lungs and leads to dire results. It is in such cases that of a cough h the Toils HE IS NOW A DEMOCRAT DR. BELL'S Fine-Ta- r! Having Informed Himself on The Great Economic Questions of The Day. Opposes Tariff And is For The Frae And Coinags of Silver. Louisville Dispatch. 1 iitd Alt kinds at hand-mad- e barnss. cheaper than can he beat any where in Richmond Oii as a trial au.l U. ccn. m.ed. Satisfaction feb21-t- f gaaranted. oney roves its wonderful efficacy. The cause oi tuc trouble is eradicated the irritation is allayed the lungs are healed and strengthened and cold leaves 4 the system as snow disappears before the sunshine of spring. ) He SpoediBst kss, la an Infallible remedy tor all lung and bronchial troubles, slight or severe. All druggists sell It at lie, 50c and tl.dO a boctle, or It w ill be sent upon receipt of price. Tie E. . balhertiul Sedieuw Cts raiaeaa, Kj. Er. Bell's 0Ug Insure your homes f. FIREBTORNADO The Finest Kigs, The Safest Drivers, -- IBEiEE,The Promptest Attention, The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Fire & business Telephone Your "Cousin," property against and Tornado. P. .S. Of I represent two of the most reliable Insurance Companies in the United Suites and respectfully ask for a share of B. BROADDUS, 3'our patronage. ' Hunley's Old Stand. S. P. ROCK, 33 je2-l- y om w. iiiiiKY ONE 26', Sec. Street, fUp Stairs). OF TWO WAYS. Mr. Ed. Wood, of New Albany, printer and publisher, has always been a Republican. It was his boast a few years ao that lie had never voted a Democratic ticket, and that according to his way of leckoning a Democrat had a poor chance of the life eternal without lie selected quarters nest door to the chief stokers of siieol. Recently Mr. Wood has become a convert to Democracy, and he frankly and plainly tells the story of his conversion. Speaking to The Dispatch reporter on the subject he said: ' It is strange how one can be blinded to their ow n welfare by mere party prejudice. Here I have been going along, ever since becoming a voter, whooping it up for the Republican party, and not stopping to consider why I was a Republican. "Last year's campaign did the work f jr me. I saw all the capitalistic combines, all the great corporations and all the meney sharks arrayed on one side, while the poor and needy, the honest and conscientious, were arrayed on the other side. Naturally, the situation set me to thinking, and I at last figured it out in about this way: If all these money sharks are advocating oneprin ciple it must be a bad principle or they wouldn't be so solicitous about it. And I further thought that if this combine was in favor of any special principle that principle must be forjtheir further enrichment, and what further enriched them necessarily made the poorin an poorer. viding for the publication of a list of persons now drawing pensions from tho United States, for the pnrjKise of it to public sctutiny. The ultimate ooject i to secure criticism and information conceruint; tliobe who&o names will appear. Thero aie (ens 'of. thousands of persons drawing pensions who are not entitled to them and have obtained them by fraud, although it is difficult to prove it. If a list of the names of pensions in every county or township was posted in a conspicuous place with a brief statement of the military (service claimed, the amount of the pension and the reason why it w'as granted it would doubtless bring down upon the Cominibaiuiier here voluntary evidence from neighbois and former comrades of the greatest value. There is no good reason w hy the pension list should not be made public. A pension is a badge of honor, n reward for patriotism nud faithful military service, and its value is very much reduced in the mind of every honest citizen when it is enjoyed by unworthy men sub-mitii- ng and is conferred upon those who have no title to it. If the pension list should be published as proposed it would expose occasional impostors who manage to get onto the rolls. Every now and then the agents of the Pension Bureau stumble over cases in which men who performed little or no service during the war have been awarded honors which none but crippled veterans are entitled to, and others who are in ill health or are disabled are receiving credit and compensation for disabilities that can in no way be attributed to their military service. The movement was not proposed by civilians or ene mies of the pension system. It is backed by the Loyal Legion and members of the Grand Army of the Republic, who feel a pride in their pensions and are determined to do all they can to drive frauds out ot the pension office jutt as they drove them out of the camps during the war. V Things aro booming at the newly esFor all diseases peculiar to women and girls. tablished cellulose factory in Owensboro, tl It Tones ud the Nerves. Improves the A-c- W (1 petite. Enriches the Blood, and gives Life. and it is just now dawning on the people of Daviess and adjoining counties aaaaaaaaV 1 what au immense industry it is. The 1 QUEEN C0UFLEXI0R CLXAE. UAXZS THK v average number of loads of cornstalks " CDCC1 A bottle of " Monthly" Regulating j sale 1IIS.LI delivered daily at the factory is over w all dealers orPill. xiAiH urh hnttli Fnr price bv w W by W sent direct upon receipt of 100, and ns many as SCO loads have been JR New Spencer Med. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. jK delivered in one day. riymcnt 13 made LADIES' SPECIAL TREATMENT: m every Saturday for (ho stnlka delivered $ cases requiring special treatment, address. S JK H glvlnc symptoms. Ladles' fledlcal De during the week, wcLdi bills beinggiven M partment. Advice and book on Female g ?K tho farmer at the time of delivery. Over S( Diseases, with testimonials, free. 0,000. tons of stalks aro now piled up g3H53333333333399-3333933For Sale and Recommended by ready for working up, and the streets of Owenboro aro filled with wagons every PERRY & THOMAS. dec8-iday hauling more. The Indiana tar iners across the river aie sending down whole U.ilboat loads by tho tugs, and the VJsV? stalk business is making their owneis 1&3 03 fcoa more money than wheat has in former years. More than $12,000 in cash has beon paid out to the farmers since the factory started about four weeks ago. The number of men employed has reW cently been greatly increased, and now l, which there are 200 on the called for $2,500 Monday night, when the checks were made ARE BOTH STYLISH out. The company is building another AND BEAUTIFUL, storage warehouse at the corner of Boli-'vstreet-anOwenboro. the river, in It is to be ISO feet wide, and will cost $8,000. It will not be long until the entire square will be covered with buildings. The employes of the factory commenced to work in double shifts Sunday night, and now work twenty-fou- r hours a day, beginning Sunday night at midnight and working Saturday night till midnight. i& Female SH Regulator bbbh H W0 m vTr ate.Baav PLEASE TRY Oft - ! A aaai "p BaaaF BaaaaaF s m. m. OF T0NIC5 aaaaaaaVaaaaaV laaaaaaaa h Im mm. jm. m bHBbT BaaaaaafBaaaT im ms jmxim WMW aaaaHF CANDY OATHARTiGa septa-i- y y Psl fM rv4 MlJllliiil i'tyAS 2aaapaaoaBaaaoppPgPtaaeau"a'oa"',"l XjOCXk:, g- illg j'Ve usuall' found in class harness shop, and at prices never before equ. Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whip-- . Richmond. T?nr:c: V.tc.. Frf' :it, nil nrices. iust to suit the Dun1 A complete line of everj-thing .1 M ..-..- look: . i . . Those New pay-rol- semi-month- lv ar d O R2SN Nobby "1 Dress Goods Pleatd Chiirons. have empkwed Mr. Joe Batson, of Winchester, ai.... ,...w..w UJIIX1.V ijreiUJUUUigi, ilV ""J iinv. you. He im we 011I3 ask your inspection to convince cash and sell for cash, not charging enormous price. t . n, up for lost debts. We also make a specialty in re pa RICHMOND HARNESS ( ( Give us a call. T. M. Wells, M 107 East Main St. novlT-l- y 11 F Ffon) Rowell'5 Newspaper Directory i - RICHEST BABY IN THE WORLD. 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 second way is from careless local treatment of other diseases. CHIEF CAT7S3. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidneys is the chief cause of bladder S Geo. W. Rilev. troubles. So the womb, like the bladder, was created for one purpose, and if SVfE A not doctored too much is not liable to AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY 1 .? except in rare cases. M t i.X'fr.'oitj Jtraasiailinft r. t; w eakness or by AlHirM or other Licensee and Init It is situated back of antl very close to roAora lot i Lai it) 13 old or rounp ana the bladder, therefore anv pain, disease a - ' rMcuy, ucan cr mar ag or incoinenience manifested in the kidiJi ' "t rjgJg " - and Cai.aisntii n it tai j ir time. T immediate Jinnrov.. neys, hack, bladder or urinary passage is xaeai and tff t t .r vrrwrc all other ful Id t mT cion Ajax TaltlcU The often, by mistake, attributed to female ' osreyoo. M e cive a bBCttetS tlicirG- a ot Ttacure CA PTC In weakness or womb trouble of some sort. c! cuaeor ! rcn- noo lA IOi;r f r Mi k u aimed for 15 Ry Flie m r n error is easily made and may be as untriM of I ntf in-- AJ4X RE'.lhDY CO., "tSK1- - easilv avoided. To find out corrcctlv. d K( For sal ' Ha; n & bet your urine aside for twentyfour llerndxu hours; a sediment or settling indicates kidney or bladder trouble. The mild 50 YEARS' jml the extraordinary effect of Dr f EXPERIENCE r' Swamp-Koothe trreat kidney ami bladder remedy, is soon realized. If you need a medicine yon should have the be&t. At druggists fifty cents and one dnli.tr. You may have a sample bottle "3geSS32 W? I RACE IViARKS .i'i pamphlet, both tiiSStTisv snt free by mail. Desicns Mention the Climiy. and send your Copyrights &c. Fh'1 to Dr. Kilmer iV Co., Bmghamton, QUirk.lT .5 ' our tri" "" free wurtber an invminin - latly pa:cr-- j !c V Y. The proprietors of this paper .LdertiaL IlancJbnok on l'atema tern f me in lest acenry f ir temni c pa'enm. guarantee the genuineness of this offer. I'atentK Mann Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends W right's Celerv Capsules. May 20, '00. To Skelbvville, Wnght "Medical Co., Col., O.: Gouts I have purchas-ea box of Wrieht's Celery Capsules from G. 2. MiddeltoH. dniist, ind used tliem for Soar Stomach, Torpid Liver ami Constipation aiid found that tlioy tsive me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent reined; . Yours very truly, K, MADE , MAN 1 , ?3a So-iv -- -- Iic- i -n "--t refu-ifrr- d 1 . H.-.- 1, (f'-alf- ir -- m:;. Kil-ni- t, 'JfcjSKF" 1 ail-il- n -. nimnnira-ttorFini!- v rpcrial notice, o Itl ui cljarce. in the takrn tJimcch tj. receive Scientific American handemelr Hlntrated weekly IjtTrMtt rir. calatkin of any snenune lounml Terais. $3 a rear; focrraontbs tL Sold by all newsdealem. MUNM & Hew York Branch OSec, CS F St, VTashlngton, D. C. A Lor.g THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. Troubles ar.d Co." - Ccnsumpton Cured. Can be "Then there was the tariff. I began to think about the tariff, and for the life of me I could not 6ee how charging a poor devil more for his shoes, his hat and his coat was going to make him prosperous, especially when there was little show of his getting more than half- day's pay and no increase in salary. "I couldn't find a 30 cent dollar, although my Republican friends said that such a thing really existed. In fact, it was, and still is, a rather hard matter to find a dollar of any kind, and I knew of a great many deceived men who would gladly roll fuoOcentdollarsif they could onlj get the opportunity. "I have studied the party platforms over cirelully, and have come to this conclusion: As I am not a a a nor a pawn broker, I hao no business being a Republican." "J low do you expect to work and vote in fiiture elections, Mr. "Wood?" queried the reporter. "Well," replied Mr. Wood, "you can put me down as a Democrat, it's a little hard to break these old ties of political friendship, I know, buta man should be honest w ith himself and his conscince. 1 have left the Republican party to stay. I am not a silver Republican, but I am now a Democrat, one who believes in the tree and unlimited coinage of both gold and silver at the 10 to-- 1 ratio, and one Who is opposed to a protective tariff that only enriches the trusts and combines. Furthermore, I am free to say that the pour man, or the man of ordinary means, who does not believe on tliis subject as I do, after careful and earnest investigation, needs the protecting care of a guardian." money-changer, The people at Grand Army headquarters say that that organization is anxious to purge the pension roll if it can be done without injustice to deserving soldiers and tLeir widows, but they think the number of fraudulent pensions has been very much exaggerated. They say that during the last Cleveland administration $1,000,000 was spent in a search for impostors and very few were found. 3ueklcn's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Bruises. Sores. Ulcers. Salt Rheum Fever ToresTetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains' Corns, and all Skins Eruptions, aud positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to giveperfect satisfaction of money refused. Price 23 cents per box. For sale by Perry and Thomas. Successors to W. G. While. dec 13 y HISTORIC CASE RECENTLY OF DECIDED BY note-shave-r, trust-operat- THE COURT From a worldly point of view the son born to the houses of Marlborough and Vanderbilt is the most fortunate youngster alive. In the first place he is heir to one of the greatest titles, short of royalty, in the world a title that carries with it half a dozen other distinctions, any one of which will secure its owner consideration iu any quarter of the globe. Equal in importance to the name is the wealth that he will inherit. What this will amount to can only be roughly computed. Even its possessors cannot estimate it with exactness, so vast-i- the figure. At the least calculation it will amount to $75,000,000. Other estimates have placed it at double that figure. William K. Vanderbilt is the present owner of this wealth. His present income is 6aid to be $10,000 a day, and it is growing rapidly. This will go to Consuelo, Duchess of Marlborough, and her two brothers, Willie and Harold Vanderbilt. By this computation the Marlborough heir will come into a fortune from his mother alone of at least By further development $25,000,000. this fortune may reach $70,000,000. In addition to this the heir of the is in line to succeed te a share in properties in this country valued at $12,000,000 and the Marlborough estates, including the hereditary income of s Marl-boroug- m "The Richmond, Ky., Climax, weekly, is credited with tl circulation accorded to any paper in Richmond or in Madison com t The only paper in Madi...n the Eighth Congressional District." 'which supports all the l' i SUBSCRIPTION, . . w f F And manr New Trimmings, Velvets, Braids, &c. $li5 In Advance. Uom Resident , . $ 3fc IE-Sk- WHITE GIBSO N, Low Price Makers. Leaders in Ladies' Furnishings. fcm tefraiesMw X&&XF&Xz2t VVU1 fc''Vft IttOvTL - vr V !,I CENTS. PS m rfi&MrtNm& . il Men's Working Pants fe 3 . CENTS, pen- - The Greatest Bargains ever offered to the pit; ol .uui.iouii uuuuii I . T& isj-- u vW i " " " id ffi i Autumn L7&&P5R k?Aa( ft R Are It is now time to discard that old pair of ti $20,-00- 0. Men's Suits for worth $S.OO Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00 K22r4 Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. igp, Men's Shoes 80 cents. Ladies' Shoes SO cents. t fwat A Beautiful Line of Calicoes from 3 to 5 cents. Good Brown Cotton 3 cents a yard. Duck Suitings 9 cents a yard up. Ladies' Sailors from 0 cents to $1. Brussel Carpets from 50 cents to $1 a yard. Straw Mattings from 12i cents to 20 cts per yd. i:u:iV,i jggj Look at these Prices: $2.50 is - 4 Is APPEALS. The Court of Appeals has just decided a case involving a fund that is of his torical interest. In 18G2 Gov. More-heaof Kentucky, owned a plantation and a large amount of cotton in Missis sippi. He was loyal to the Govern ment and could have retained his holdings, but he owed his nephew, C. M Briggs, about $40,000; bis Samuel J. Walker, $25,000, and to A. L. Shotwell $G,000. So he made a bona fide sale of all his cotton to Briggs, the latter agreeing to pay Waker, Shotwell and himself out of the proceeds of cotton son-in-la- d, The little fellow was born Marquis of Rlanford, but besides this he is heir apparent to the title of Duke of Marlborough, Dnke of Sunderland, Raron Churchill af Sanclridge, prince of the holy Roman empire and prince of Min-delhci- m Summer Shoe, SCSHLet fezd LnPj i"-W in Suabi.i. RAINDROPS IN THE SEA. You are probably trj'ing to make up your mind where to buy your next pair. Bargains Now! Bargains Forever THE REW YORK STORE 1 M -- m it m . u i4 Up Town, Klein & Son's Old Stand, Richmond. Ky -- 27 An Eminent New Yorl. Chemist and Scientist Makes a Tree Offer to Onr Readers. The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting away, will send THREE FREE BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries to 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 benificiai to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius. His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," filed in his AmeHcan and European laboratories in thousand iom those cured in all parts of the world. Medical erper concede that bronchial, chest and lung tro oles lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer- M'KINLEY'S MESSAGE. L. & Js'. R. R. K i:. DIVISION. HrFECT Nov. 7, 3 Is LV. ix;-es- A. K. G.9Q c!ies Will K'm-ijnat- I'.tns Maygville, i. for Cincinnati, l00. AKV M cranl l.exiu :toni Pjri Wiu- - P. 7.20 3. M. 2.00 ljixi j! j'n"u - i it. Uincii tton , Mn-ston- i'meville. 12 55 line for I.iviiifston, a m. llAfi llHilvHi.Jellico.rvuoxville 319 A. x. iFat line for Cincinnati, p. si. 818 'sns Vinclieh(er. 11.43 r M. ilt'..Iar.d. Ijincaster and a. m 1.15 3.5 mail. Soudon, Jel- - ester and Mavs- - 1.00 l'r Teleji one 78. 7:30 S(Miifcrl. 7:05 fH1Her iarticulars call on or address, KUPEll HOOD. Act. ,niHjnil, Ijncaster and 10:10 Wr Ar Lermton yEK'lii'L'M) Lv Lexiu.ioj Ar. Vers ulle Ar. Sselbj-Tlhc fll QAIITHFRW RAILWAY, (IX KENTUCKY) tain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum, 11. C, 98 Pine street. New York, giving postoffice and express address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer jly"-l- y in the Richmond Climax. !.gB;B:ca:w;'M:i A Book II Ef The message of President McKinley is replete with good things for the few and is monstrous poor readme for the many. The pow era of certain corporations are enlarged, the trusts are allowed to go unmolested and everything is recommended that should not be. His civil service views are not endorsed by his ow party. He congratulates Congress on account of the felicitous conditions under which its meeting occurs, when, in lact, the country is in the midst of a panic, brought about by vicious legislation against the masses, and prosperity exists nowhere except among the fostered and protected trustp and corporations. He writes a very good history of the Cuban war and fails to offer any comfort for the oppressed island. He favors currency reform, but fails to express on the financial question except to hope for international bimetallism. It is a document devoid of that clear and independent manner cf ex pre&sion and suggestion, which should characterize the chief executive of a great nation. 11 when sold. Before Briggs could get possession of the cotton the Federal troops in Missis sippi took tho cotton to Memphis and sold it, turning the money over to the Government. Briggs, who was also a loyal citizen, asserted a claim against tne Government for the value for the cotton, but died before the claim was allowed. His executor prosecuted the claims; finally in 1894 allowed him $SS,-00- 0. The half of this sum was, under contract, given to the attorneys who prosecuted the claim. Mrs. Amanda Walker, the widow of Samuel J. Walker, now living in Chicago, and the ll heirs set up a claim to their proportion of this $44,000 under the original contract, the executor of Briggs insisting that the whole amount belonged to his intestate's estate. Tho Court of Appeals holds that Mrs. "Walker and the Shotwell heirs are entitled to their respective pro about $14 ,000 for Mrs. Walk- erand $4,000 for the Shotwell heirs , while the Briggs estate will get the remainder of the $41,800, which is the amount left after paying the executor his allowance of $2,200. Shot-we- Those who have observed the smoothing down of a turbulent sea beneath a pelting of rain will be interested in an English scientist's explanation of the phenomenon. Each drop, he says sends below the surface a certain quantity of water in tho form of rings, which, with gradually decreasing velocity and XL Q JLJLJLirJLJl increasing size, decend as mnch as eighteen inches below the surface. There- Phone, No. 21. tore, when rain is falling on the sea laJgS! gg!iMg!g!Sg-!!SSi:S- S; SSaEsL' there is as much motion immediately beneath the surface as above, only the bad? Get Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. Read our advertisements. nrops are large and their motion slower. Headache Thus, uuseen by the hunau eye, the water at. the surface is being made to If It's Christmas REMOVAL. continually change places with that Presents You Want Dr. Valantine H. Hobson, of Louisbeneath, and in this way the motion is ville, will remove his dental oflice to destoyed. .New York Journal. Richmond, Ky., on December 1, 1S97, for the practice of dentistry. Office next door to Custom House. novlTtf One of Corbin's prettiest girls went into one of our drug stores the other day and asked the very polite clerk how to take a dose of castor oil so as not to taste it. The v. p. c. asked her if she would have a hlassof soda water, and she And. Ytone others with them RANGES said 6he would, with thanks. After she compare. All tne novelties drank it she was asked if she tasted in. castor oil. "Why, no," said she, "did GOLD, you put a dose in the soda water?" "Yes," said Jimmy. The pretty girl SILVER, then blushed and only tarried long PEARL; enough to say, "I didn't want the oil myself, I wanted it for mother." n News. 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. I Hi ("J f V Q V "Ah K?v-x.yv- VJdXTi&r'Yfv VTi?vfxkTiPvi f&V Y SvSiYv r5vvvVVi,V tT Fj xt rJ 1 TCT r VC7. IV. v7 w r7 s T 1 v. u7lt IT. T .1 TKTi? Hffz&mzari 'ros. Ml I First Street. County Court Days. 'y Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Fine Chickens For Sale. Forty (10) Lexington, Monday. Fayette county, second far sale, if taken now 50cts each. oct2J-2- Barred Plvmonth Rock Cockere MRS M. F. ARBUCKLE, Siver Creek. Ky I Have Them, Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Uicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. QxmajTjijijTn.ruiruTrLn.riJTru -- ri I n r-- i i he Best Hour GROCERIES, 123 ECONOMIST Winchester, Clark countv, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Mondav. All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. FRESHEST CANDIES, Cor-bi- LITER AR Y NOTES. Cut Glass w Schedule In effect May 2, 1807. Ar.Li rencb"c At Versail.es i.. louisvlle At. Shelbyvlile EASTB c.M Ar.La'reneeb e Ar. Louisvtll.; No. I. No a, No. 1 7 .Sain .20pm 7.3opm 9 10am 5.47pm 8.51pm 9 55am 6.35pm PJOpm laiTam 6.5Gpm 4dpm laSOam 7.25pm 10 10pm No. & No. a. "NaT" 7.i0am 5.10pm 5 ibam 8.15am Sfpji 5.284m 8.35am 6.00pm 5.45am B.am Mipm &3Sam lUlaJam ai5pm a 03am for Young and Old OUR VECURE R I RECORD II tstiL 1878 m NERVOUS BLOOD Trains N&s. 1.2, 5 and 6 carry Free Observation Chair Cars. EASTB JCND ' DISEASED PRIVATE Ka 1 ( .72t lUSiia ArllarodsbgAr 43pm , Mp'i e 8 a Ar uurgin. L.rl 4Jpmi EABTH 4pi Clap an No. II 8TAHONS. No i: So. 7 lata Lv Ixjuisvil Ar 8.15pm ia55am ffuiuonsa MEN CURED 3 DISEASES U It IX 'tssS 9oaia ArLarncbreAr CM) STATIONS 525pm 825am 7.S5am 7.i5am tNo 63. Ne. Ii 42ND 45am Lt Loutsrit Ar lUaJam 5.t7pB SUtfam ArSaelbrll Ar ajfiam nL 7am ArVerslles Ar 8.05am 7 2pai Ar Midwar Ar 7 4um 7Jpu Hljpa ArGeorstn Lv 715am . I0 XAS.B UMi. 1 tvo WESTBOC3I. Na 18 YOUNG 2$ when !5,0Q MAN H CORED &ff- k tcr-'- ii L 8.15pm &45pm 4.1Iipm 3.28 pm 3.00pm isnorant cf tho tcmblo crimo you When 'oo nvoid the ,3 habit?remits, wcro lato toeyes ojicncd to nolo your A) tho fascimtinc allurements ot this evil WESIBOCKD. STATION& VNo. ' 2. jtXo 4.2lp 5. L.r Louuvii Ar m 8. Japm Lv Vcrslles Ar 7.55am 7pm Ar NlchlviU Ar (158am 5.30pm 4 40pm ll.iSora 8.3vm ArBicbmo'd L &Q5azn 3 45pm lAr Irvine Lv .LOiml 1.30pm' ILOOam 7.4m 2jm t"o l''ai 6 tNo. . BTATI H.B. Louisville.. Ar. Lcxliirioa. Ar. K.BOiviUe,.. Ar AsaeTffie X.V. Araraacah ..... Ar. Ar. Onattmooa Ar. AUsan Ar. Jaekorte. Meoo Ar JaeksoavHl-Lt Ch t'.ooo-.- i Ar IMnnkwhaci Ar. Mer.dWn Ar. New No. 3. 7 45am 7 3irm 10 50am laiopm 8.u0pm 7 80am LSam L 15pm 5 00am 9 10am 6.W.im 5.00 lm ll.iOam .15am 1 10pm 1 Na 8 lomn aiOtm J liJ," vf5Jn n,.',l rP-r- t leant. as pm &(i5am lLSSpc 19.30am 4.45jm ?45pm; 1120am! 9 55pm 8-0 la your peril? llid yon later on in man's lioodorintraetanypltlVATKorllLOOD dien e? Were you cured? Do you notr and then feosomo alarming rrmptonu? Daro you marry in your present condition? YnnLnoir.'-LiKI1'ATIIEH, LIIvK SOX." It married, aro yoa constantly living in dread? Is marriage a failara with youon account of any weakness canW by early abuse or later Ha- - c you been drugged with mercury? This booklet will point out to you tho remits of these crimes and point out lmwonr JSEW METHOD TKEAT-MEN- T mill positively euro you. It snows how thousands have been saved by our NEW TREATMENT. It prove j bow io can OUAUANTEE TO CURE ANY CUKAKLK CABE-Ot- t NO PAY. Wo treat and enre EMISSIONS. VARICOCELE, SYPHILIS. GLEET! STKICIITKE. IJilPOTENCY, SeI CRET DRAINS. I'NNATl'RAL DISCHARGES. KIDNEr and BLADDER diseases. pM J m s? Kree (ailr r Louisville to' connecting wltn Solid Vetl-?5?,?ca.rrln Pallmaa Sleeping Oim Ulrmlnsham New Orleans, nman Sleepsr LmlsriUe to iST16 CURES GUARANTEED "The Wares of Sin" rent fren Inr enclo-in- e 2c (temp. CONSULTATION J' RUE. If unable to call, writo for QUESTION 11LANK for HOME TREATMENT. ad WHnOK.P A.T A., a T Swirt. P. AT.A. w- LouUlle..KT. ITinirt m. H Qaxrx. Ota. Sapt, J. M. Cow, T. Jt'j WBimrtUH.D. G. IVaahlnrrt, n W.XTUWCG P. A., WiJ K. TATiOXJLO.P.A.1 A. I Sir JSESX'JK: '"" tDallj Except Sunday. U fceaJaTJUa, RS Kennedys Kergah 122 W. FOURTH STREET, - CINCINNATI, O. W19 DRS. 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 10 transmit to future generations the death -- dealing germs in the moou 01 me consumptive. Many physicians pronounce consumption an incurable disease. In this they are mistaken as thousands will testify. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures 93 percent of all cases of consumption. It corrects all disorders of the digestion. It promptly improves the appetite and makes it keen and hearty. It fills the blood with the elements of the food, and acting: directly upon the lungs, drives out alt impurities and disease germs. It makes rich, pure" blood, builds new, firm, healthy flesh, end 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 sell it and nothing else is "just as good." tissue-building- What would you do if war should be The Lanti.ig, Mich.. Journal, astrong declared with a European gold organ, sas that eight months of power? Hov would it change your home AicKitiley was enough lor it. It is life, the lives of your brother and other for silver. relatives? How would it effect your business connections and business? What changes would it make iu financial, faTHMBfcSiv city, state and national affairs? It is these interesting problems which a writer in the December Cosmopolitan has undertaken to sketch under the heading of "A Brief History of Our Late War With Spain." at the tamo time vividly ImAgel SKI vlnYtmt describing the exciting scenes which would atten the opening of hostilities. This suiue number of The Cosmopolitan has an article on "The Wtlldressed Woman" by Elsie de Wolfe, a contrast of the characters of Henry George and Charles A. Dana by John Brisben WalIf any of ve know lust cause or imned J. merit why these two persons should not be ker, in another place "Tho Loves of joined together in Holy Matrimony, ye art Goethe," while Well's dory, "Tho War to declare it, or forever after hold your peace." If physicians obeyed this solemn of the Worlds," which hits been bo wideadmonition in the marriage ceremony and ly read, roaches its conclusion iuan unprotested with the honest and scientific rea- expected way. sons in their possession half of the unhappi-nesr How often do we hear the people ask 'Where on earth do Hies come from?" Au exchange says it is simple enough. In Abundance. Drawing Room Lamps. Finest Ladies' and Gent's Umbrellas what makes a gy . FRUITS and CAN GOODS Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All Druggists refund the noney if it fails to Cure. 25c. For sale by W. . White, Druggist, Rich' oct6-6mond, Ky. G-m At the lowest Price. V m i y Xiuralaia MILES' PAIN PILLS. "On" cent adose." Dr. cured by ITf JleetdacJie and rnith, sept23-3m FRc: S2C.OO COLD. "..,..,-- , O. Bicycle.GoId Watch, Diamond 15 Y fbU Rlag or Scholarship VUlld llrau jcon's iraeucal Business Colleje, Nashville, Tenn., or in dxmtriJuxruxiuiruTiTruiJTJxruxnjinjirtrn MKfSmQ 1 The toper makes the whiky fly; the ry clone makes the house fly, the carpenter makes the saw fly, the boarder v prettier present? makes the butter fly; the wind makes the sand lly, the blacksmith makes the DIAMONDS, WATCHES Sshoes fly; the cigarette fiend makes the and CLOCKtobacco fly; the butcher makes the ; the jockey makes the horse fly; the At all prices. spend thrift make the mojny fly; the lawn mower make the green Hy;tho H. baby ma' the bottle fly, and housewife makes the old man fly. novl7-6cow-fly a E. P. PALMER KerTo Plasters. Roofing. Gutterinsr and General Texarkana. Tex., or a schol- - All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nerve Piasters. irship in most any other reputable business college or literary school in the O. S. can be secured by doinga little work at home for the Youths Advocate, an illustrated journal. Railway. It t elevating in character, moral ia tone, and Frankfort k especially interesting tnd profitable to young people, but read with and profit by people of all ages. Stories, and other interesting matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent In Effect March 1, 183?. I Ageuts wanted. Aodrejs Youths' Advocate free. Pub. -- o. .iiashville, Tenn. Mention thiapaper.J semi-month- Mm A Wlifct augl8-l- y DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. Job Work. stops Neuralgia? Dr. Mile Pain Pills. Lve Frankfort. EAST BOUND. a.m. p.m. . . . . . w Having Opened a 1 ( s, MRS. m'kISLKV Sentiment inclines us to follow Gen. Ruckner's lead, but Mr. Watter-son- 's plan is recommended by political expediency. Time alone can tell which is tho better course to pursue, bat until the issues for the next u are made would suggest a. waiting policy until we aro in a position to act advisedly and then act together.- - Shelby Sentinel, gold standard. cain-paigup-wo -the-matle- BA J lby tg ache and Rheumatism relieved Dr. Miles' CLHIM Time Table No. 31, Taking Effect day, December 5, 1890. Arr Elkhom. .. " Smtzer Stamping Ground I " I I 630 645 720 LOUISVILLE 11 " R.l . vy HD ui ui 2d Class. No. 9 I IS - iAlSecondHand eo:;. Furniture V Establishment AT 21G EAST M.UN. jut Aemoim. Duvalls ' Georgetovrru Lve Georgetown. 6 51 7 02 7 03 3 00 3OT 3 32 3 4S 3 5S Centreville. . Elizabeth. . . Paris 8 00 8 11 8 22 . 8 10 823 4 15 4 0 4 42 4 '2 4 rS 5 t3 P- 5w WEST BOUND. Lve Paris Arr Elizabeth Centreville. " Newtown. . a.m. 9 9 9 9 20 32 3S 43 00 40 56 10 25 35 fcun- - BESTOWS FAVOI1S. naatinjiwi, u aB aP.I aaB KaiAaTKl Ky. jwl , There cannot be too many good, practical boufcs in a home. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser i a good practical book for hmfcatnk, wives, mothers, daughters and sons. Send ai to cover cost of mailing-oalv.'tgortd'sDUpensary Medical Association, BaftsV eteUt Wading, umi xi etMapt. .V .. , . o yr Ti'e Republicans in Congress have a very difficult task on their hands in r of currency revison. While their majority in tho House is ample to and enable them to carry out any plans determined upon, this can not be said of the Senate, and grave doubts are expressed of carrying though that body any financial proposition which does The Ladies' Restaurant is the tion complete in its next issue. This not provide for the free coinage ofsilver. finest in the cit'-magazine has also received for the same Lexington ArgonaulU Every convenience for ladies number a new and large portrait of Mrs. spending the day in "the McKinley, taken a few days ago in the The St. James Gazette, tho creat I lute House conservatory, This is the English publication of London, in city. . second photograph which the President's j menting upon tho President's message wife lias allowed to ho taken within ten to Congress, says: ''It has disappointed Gentlemen's Cafe on Office floor. years, the llrst, portrait taken of her everybody; in the attempt to give uni since 1S87, having also gone to The La- versal Batisfaction. President McKia-le- y KUSIO;- - Tnesday, Thure-da- y n and Susday dies' Homo Journal, Vhich published it is in an unpleasant poeltion, tohav-in- f eveninjt. er. in its last October number, causing the! to at on the fence. As a whole it a -' tti e entire edition ofthat wsae to"be'ex- A. 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