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HONEST RICHMOND, MADISON GOVERNMENT. 12 COUNTY, THE SUBLIMITY KENTUCKY, OF THE INSIGNIFICANT. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, ar L897. TvvV NUMBER 29. ' m n Dr. Miles' Nervine A REMEDY FOK THE Enquirer I Lexington Argonaut, December ab-iu- Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. i&OnP&vKPwMS 1 In the New York Evening World of November 19 the advertisement of Ehrich Brothers, of Sixth Avenue, contained this item, says Printcke' Ink: T n vm m$A 1 1 i)Sffi&tmm& : : : zm i Z&ffli$U lm : z : immYVxyyiMtaVyytVyaaaay j r; 'ft. CV" ' iaTT 1 m m I wTTtt F Tv 93G$E n95 wfHH2:2:G3 liuHKyfSfeKM Effects of Tobacco. are repndiators. Iu 1SG9 a law was passed that the currency bonds should be paid in coin, thereby virtually adding six hundred millions to the public debt. This was denominated "an act to strengthen the public credit-.- " The public credit was in no need of a strengthening plaster. The title should have been an act to rob the taxpayers for the exclusive benefit of shylocks Dr. Miles' Remedies John Sherman, who ought to be an Dr.!.' are sold by all drugacceptable witness to the credit holders, 'Miles' under a positive gists said the man a ho demands a better guarantee, first bottle Nervine: benefits or money remoney for his bonds than he paid for Restores funded. Book on disthem was an extortionist and repudiator. Keafth; eases of the heart and How changed the conditions! Those nerves free. Address, who are in favor paying the public debt DR. MILKS MEDICAL CO., Elkhart. Ind. accorJing to the letter and spirit of the laws under which it was contracted are PROFESSIONAL CARDS. repudiators ! Bonds payable in 6ilver and so recited MISS MILUItKI) GOLDEN, in the bonds must be paid in gold coin or the Nation's honor is sacrificed! Fos.sTI XOGRAPIIER AXD ter, Carlisle and McKinley have met TYPEWRITER. with a change of heart since January 2S, Kentucky. 1S78. The national banker, Lyman Gage, Jtn hjioxd, takes it for granted that silver is no longgJBQ$ict adjoining A .R. Burnatn't. er a redeemer of obligations to pay money. There are too many who believe ATrORN3?3. that all debts, public and private, can be discharged with silver dollais, without O W. MILLER. violating the public faith or derogating Attobxev-at-La'the rights of the public creritors to justify the conclusion that the word coin Richmond, Office in the Burnam Building, next door to embraces only gold. feb3-lFarmer's National Bank. We stand by the concurrent resolution of 1S73, for which our President C. F. BCENAM. Yoted. His present position is iu deroW. S. MOBERLEY. gation of the rights of debtors. MOBERLEY. ft'JRNAM Debtors have rights as well sis crediAttoevevs-at-Law- , tors, and the Nation's honor will be fulRICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. ly vindicated when it requires debtors Office in Bumam Building, recently occu- to pay their obligations in the money pied by A. R. Burnam. of the constitution. It is disgraceful and dishonorable to wholly ignore and dis- ST7XjXjrvA:2sr, regard the rights of the debtor class. 1The charge that the advocates of silver favor repudiation is a willful and malicA ttouxey-at-L- a w, ious lie which should choke - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, to death that utters it. The silverites Ome over Taylor's Hardware store, op- do uot wish to pay debts in si depreciatposite t onrt House, on Main Street. ed or dislioneht money. They wish to pay every dollar in the lawful money of II B H()(j(i, I'nited btates at whatever sacrifice. A TTORXE Y AT LA W. They are just as strongly opposed to Kentucky. Ri. hiid, half of the lawful inon ey for the purpose of enabling creditoi8 Office No. 13 First St.. up Btairs. to double the purchasing value of their tecuritieb- They would have silver and mar-vclous-ly Kbn-iuck- v. undoubtedly shortens llfo materially. Mr. Ed. C. Kbscn, compositor on tho Contra-Cos- ta Eexct, Martinez, CaL, writes; "I have nsed Dr. Miles' EcstoraUro Nervine and received much benefit from It. I was troubled with nervousness, dizzy spells and sleeplessness, caused by the use of tobacco and stimulants. I took Dr. Miles Kervlno with good results, allaylngthedizzlncss, quieting the nerves, and enabling me to sleep and rest, proving In my caso a very beneficial remedy." Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervino Is especially adapted to restoring the nervous system to Its normal condition under such circumstances. It soothes, heals and strengthens. THE excessive use of tobacco, especially young nien Is always injurious and By referring to the Congieshional Record of the 2Sth of January, 1878, we find a resolution passed the House of Representatives by a vote of 189 to 79, declaring the bonds of the United States were payable in silver or gold, at the option of the Government. The concurrent resolution further declared that their payment, principal and interest in silver would not be in violation of of the public faith, nor in derogation of the rights of public creditors. We learn by the 3?ecord that President McKinley was then a member of Congress and Yoted in favor of the resolution. Two of the TreasuryFoster and Carlisle voted with the majority for the resolution. What has occurreed since to justify the accusation that those who are in fa vor of paying tho bonds in silver or gold at the option of the Government y The Republican papers are continualt "honest government," the implication being that they alone are capable ol giving such service to the people, and that Democrats are dishonest and incapable of rendering an acceptable stewardship. If there is any one thing that Democrats stand for and labor for in and out of season, it is for home rule and local self government- - Not so with the great majority of Republicans. They not only want to rule themselves but everybody else in the country. They arrogate to themselves superior virtues in the way of honesty and intelligence. They assume a superiority of character which the do not possess. Now aud then dishonest officials disgrace all parties. But theso few faithless officers cannot be charged to the party as a whole. There are no monumental examples in history of wide extended and general frauds that can be charged to the Democratic party. But how it is with Republican party ? Let us see: After Lee and had surrendered a host of "honest" Republican patriots of the North swarmed down into the South. There was mourning in nearly every household for some loved ono who had died in battle, and Desolation spread its wings over once fertile fields. But this mattered not to the swarm of human vultures. Backed by bayonets, and in collusion with the negro element just liberated from slavery find densely they seized upon the governments of the several State of the South aud proceeded to administer them "honestly" according to the Republican conception of that term. Vulture-like- , they feasted until the manhood of the South, aided by the return of a healthy sentiment in the 'North, drove them from the banquet. Between two suns one of these carpetbag governors left the State lie had helped to rob. In a short time the whole flock 6f vultures took wing and fled back North, from whence they have sence been preaching to the South about "honest governmeut." God save the work ! Now let us see how hohestly this ars my of Republican administered the affairs of the States which they pirated for a season. Here is a list of the debts they piled upon the ly harping iguo-arn- t, carpet-bagger- Cards, 19c. tSTCopper plate and 50 best quality isiting cards, Special Saturday 19c. The next day, 1.13G orders were taken for cards at the price printed, which was an error, as tho firm intended to get G9 cents for the outfit. The mistake was overlooked in Ehrich's advertising department, but the firm stood the loss of more than $500 rather than disappoint patrons. Two years ago in ono of the advertisements of Richards, then of 58 W. Twenty-thir- d etrect, N. Y, the World printed an offer of ladies' indigo wrappers at 27 cents, when the price in the original copy was 72 cents. Tho error was corrected in a proof which was returned to the World in time for the change to be made, but it was overlooked at the World office. More than GOO wrappers were sold at 27 cents, and the World paid a bill of more than $300 for the error. Last January the Newark, N. J., put an item offering a child's waist lor 19 cents in a section about ladies' shirt waists. As there was nothing in 'the paragraph to show that it was a child's waist after the item was removed from under the general heading about "Children's Waists," the result was a very heavy call for ladies' waists at 19 cents. The manager of the sent a number of letters to Messrs. L. S. Plaut & Co , in .vhose advertisement the error occurred, acknowledging the mistake, aud suggested New-York Freie-Zeitun- LOTHINGo at OLD PRICES. y m m a r i i u hi l4 Sri POWDER Absolutely Purs ROYU. BAK1NQ POWDER Wre have just received the largest line of Clothing, Overcoats, Underwear CO., HEW YORK. $ Hats H tea WALTER FORRESTER'S LETTER. Frankfort, Dec. 11. If the next Legislature will investigate the subject, they will find there are many sane people committed to the asylums for the insane. The root of the evil is in the custom of circuit judges in allowing doctors to come into court and swear that the subject of the lunacy inquest is in such a conditon that he or she can not be brough t into court. Not very long ago, in Louisville, a woman was adjudged a lunatic and ordered sent to Lakeland, a doctor swearing that her condition was such that she could not be produced in court. The lady at that very moment was vistitng friends, and the first notice she had of the proceedings in court was when she read of the case iu the court columns of the next morning's paper. She at once got a lawver, had the case and convinced a jury that she had more sense than her persecutors and of course went free. Somebody ought to have been sent to the peniten tiary for that. Superintendent Goslee, of the Lakeland Asylum, recently told me of a case in his institution where a perfectly sane young lady was committed on perjured testimony. The yonng lady appealed to be sane, but Dr. Goslee kept her for a few weeks. Then her sister who had just heard of her incarcera tion, but was not sure if it was her sister, called to investigate. It was her sister, and the record showed that she adjudged insane without the jury's having seen her, on an affidavit of some doctor that she could not be brought into court on account of her condition. It was further testified by somebody that she had perviously been in an insane asylum. The sister promptly denounced this as a lie and upon investigation it was found that the unfortunate young lady had quarreled with her brother-in-lawho ejected her from his house. She threatened to have him arrested for assault and battery, and he had her committed as a lunatic. That is the way the law is abused. If tho Legislature will do away with the devices on the ballot, and fix it so that ignorant Negroes and white men, and all A. P. A.'s will be shut out from voting ; take the control of the prisons and prison contracls from incompetent officials; and provide against tho illegal commitment of sane people as lunatics, it will have put the State on tho highwas woolens and can give our customers the benefit of 30 per cent, on every article needed. IN EICHMOND, which we bought early before the tariff was put on Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. Fit Guaranteed at from $10.00 up I SSI 15. M w l -U OHM I g UNDERWEAR AND HATS AT PRICES NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT fi iHi ft g$l B 2ITTr5WViSW m w w'iUirT It ; ; t Freie-Zeitun- g The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in KicnuoND. iXfJJ STOUFFER VJSJ' rm tuLr-i- r T:HKfl fafr-ri-i .M VsfisVfeaMfffZs VVA that these be posted conspicuously iu the shirt waist department. This was done, and the ladies who wanted waists at 19 cents were asked to read the letter. It satisfied many, but others went away feeling that they should have had ladies' waists for 19 cents. There are many ways of trying to get around errors that will sometimes creep into advertisements, but none of them are satitfactoay to customers. They hold that a merchant should fulfill every printed oiler made over or under his name, whether it be an error or not. His name to an ad should mean as much as if signed to a bank check. 100.00 IN GOLD f fc&:n.ITITLfa&rJ JlaVJ0AL vvttffTvv: Sf::? 'iivsf JfcieirlUKisiPft1? vniw ,.r-vs- 'rr t f iSisi 1 fi & TJVj! v5v VL.TW. f m3iev. vvTrJvvsv It m i iWt WVV hfmfAHllK pi!Dl :xo30.ojsrn)7 si" o - tti HX 01 O re tr o era rafccaTxti&fo CUR X0riST!PAT0fi 10 to cure any ease of constipation. Castarftj are tbeldral !R2A7 IITOI V . flDOULUiEiH fiTHRXWrUrn UUanflflliirjLtiT(..ntTfrcriporBrip.hntraneMjnatnralr.-5ulUFnU.nrfhnAbl.tfp... i CTPnilVniPl'hVin. rhlrv-- n HnntrMl 25 SO s2JLjy 1 9B k e m! Wwlm" 1 nniififtiere Lai4 Sam-ii i. I o c EL o 5 O i o XT ii ri..nrnlflrk 5 respective States: Alabama GIVEN AWAY. $ 52,701,917 19,39S,000 15,797,5S7 42,500,500 40,021,734 34,8S7,404 22,4S0,516 14,930,000 47,000,S6G Arkansas Florida Georgia Louisiana Nrth Carolina South Carolina Texas Yirgiuia 0 31-3- 0 GRANT E. LILLY, Richmond, Ofllce S. W. A TTORXEY-- A TLA - W, - Kentucky. streets up stairs. Will practice in all the courts of Madipon and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. comer Main and Second J. G. & D M. CIIHNAULT, ATTORXEYS AT LAW, Kentucky, Richmond, Office on Second ault's grocery. street, over Chen- - P2TSICIA173. DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Richmond. - - - Kentucky V Telephone at office and residence. DR. H. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond. 7- Total S 291 020,154 It must be borne in mind that the debts of the southern States contracted from 1SG1 to 18C5, were repudiated by tho enforcement of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the Uuited States, so that the indebtedness above shown was due almost wholly to "carpetbag" financiering. A nice set, indeed, to harp continually about "Democratic mismanagement and corruption." Tho South has tried gold coin equal iu their power, and they claim that when cloth- these Republican purists and does not ed alike with the niuiiey functions they desire to try them again. They continue to send their literature and their emiswill be on a parity with each other. saries among us, but we know them Unfriendly legislation has caused a only too well in the light of their past divergence in their commercial value. legislation will bring them to- deeds. Friendly gether. They fully indorse the declaraHousekoli Gads. tion of Lincoln, that it is a high crime to The ancient Greeks believed that the contract a large debt when there was a Penates were the gods who attended to huge volume of circulating medium, and the welfare and prosperity of the family. then contract the circulation befoie the They were worshipped as household debt is paid. If debts could be paid in gods iu every home. The household god sliver iu 1878 without a break of faith of is Dr. King's New discovery. aud without compromising the Nation's For consumption, coughs, colds and for honor, as was the recotding verdict of affections of Throat. Chest and Lungs President McKinley, and of his associ- - it is invaluable. It has been tried for atts in the ilouse ol ltepresentatives, a quarter of a century and is guaranteed aud by a large majority of the Senators, to cure.or money returned. No housethe silverites would like to know what hold should be without this good angel. has occurred since to impeach the hon- It is pleasant to take and a safe and esty of those who now believe in the sure remedy for old and young. Free justice and wisdom of paying debts in sil- trial bottles at Perry and Thomas' Drug ver. No change has been made in the Store. Regular size 50c. and $1.00. weight ar liueness of either the silver or Successors to W. G. White. gold dollar. thc-villa- in Advocate, Nashville, Tenn., a sixteen page illustrated journal a paper that is read with interest and profit by people of all ages ofiers ono hundred dollars in gold to the person who will form the greatest number of words from the name "duaughon." It also offers, free, a bicycle, gold watch, or scholorship in Draughon's Practical College, Nashville, Tenn., Galveston or Texarkana, Texas, or in some other school. Every person who enters the contest w ill net a premium of sotns kind. Send at once for free sample copy of the paper which will explain all, Contest closes April 20, 189S. ARTIFICIAL The Youth's ?ttip&aP&soe A BSs:., - sfed XD DEALF.R IN Q Hearty dUO I MANUFACTURER CRKNITEKIXI)S AXD ALL For further jyartii'ithi I'm, mch21-ly 3) Laugh and Scrofula arc PENED! have come to offer the Greatest Bargains of the age. Having just returned from the city "where we purchased a full and complete line of "We OF CEMETERY Wo RE. )ricts, lv., ttrfrtn, 7VYOINU7AeMTS, Madison Moi)iJn)ei)tal Work?. pajflpUlplIiipIflpU are :jpar-dElrEi7raBrraTfe 15ns-iue- ss never synony- TREES. Pittsburg Dispatch. - debt-payin- g to-d- ay And iu this connecway to civilization. tion, let me suggest that it be made a felony to be a member of any secret prescriptive order. That will stop the business in A. P. short order. I merely suggest these as specimens of what bills the Legislature ought to pass. If thoy want more work, I will bo glad to give them more suggestions. These are purely voluntary on my part. I have not been asked to run the business but it is always pleasant to tell other people how to attend to their own business. Waitee Forresteb. HOLIDAY RATES-QUEEN This is the age of things artificial. A palm manufactory has recently opened a salesroom on upper Broadway, and a huge sign lower down on the same notifies the mob that another store of the same 60rt will soon be ready for business. The artificial tree industry is comparatively new, and it must be profitable. All over town one sees counterfeits. Many of the large stores, and most of the more prominent hotels of this city, including some of those that are most tasteful in their decorations now have huge palm trees in their hall or entrances, and even iu private houses it is not uncommon to find plants with removable leaves. The prepared palms, re mous. You can't enjoy life with this dread disease in your system. It takes away the laugh even to think what may follow consumption, ulceration of the liver, Diabetes, etc. In whatever form Scrof ula may appear Sunn! srJ MONEY TO mm BUI! m Johnston's 5arsaparilla QUART BOTTLE. Is Its InTetiTate foe and eonquertr. W will mail yau, free, a book on this subject. Williams, Davis, Brooks & Co.. iry Goods & NOTION- S"We It is just The Wonderful Detroit, nich. Price, $i a Quart Bottle; all drcfrglsls. G Sold by :3PAc D. Z. & T. B. Taylor, Waco, Ky. S3$555S$SSS8S$5SSSSSS&?SSS$SSSSS$$Sg In. & CRESCENT ROUTE. Ono and one third fare round trip between all Queen & Creascont stations, Dee. 22, 23.24, 25, 30, 31, and Jan. 1st. Good to return Jan. 4th. Same rate also for tickets to points on other lined within 300 miles of starting point. Ask agents for particulars. W. C. Rinearson, G. P. A., Cin'ti; O. PROMISE AND PRESS COMMENTS. There seems to a division iu the ranks Isn't it a little surprisinc that tho at Washington ou the civil service law. Office in the Joe Cc.Iins building, 18 and so Sec- Mr. Brown, of Ohio, says that his people list ol Federal pensioners is constantly ond Street, over Wnite ..eld drueitore. are opposed to it and he brands it as an increasing when the deathrate would He demands its repeal naturally occasion a steady and increasabomination. CHAS. HOOKER, and hub that President McKinley was ing diminution of the "number of penVETERINARY SURGEON, mistaken when he said the law had met sioners, while the number of Indians on the records of the Interior Department, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. the approval oi the people of the "United in spite of the tendency of the human States. Lancaster Record. race to multiply, is steadily diminishVeterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. op stairs over New York Store, corner Office ing? More than thirty years have pasMain and First streets. Richmond sed since the close of the war, and yet the pension roll comprises nearly a mil2". C. JASPER, M. D lion names. Over thousand Medicine and Surgery. were added to this roll last year, and the Buildine, Main Street. Office Collins number that dropped off was about forty-on- e Telephone at residence (the Oarr p'ace) on Broadway. thousand. We are not believers in Kentucky. Richmond, the outer' against liberal pensions. We think every brave man who fought for DR. O. A. KENNED", the preservation of the country's peace AND SURGEON, PHYSICIAN but extremely good for the sufferer and prosperity deserves to.be remember ed. We quote the figures we have givKentucky. Richmond, from that harassing disease is Dr. en simple because they lead to an interNo medi- esting train of speculation AVer's Cherry Pectoral. Leslie's Office in Smith Building, No. 4 Main Street, np stairs Office hours u to i and to 5 o'clock. cine can compare with this great Weekly. remedy in the prompt and perma LITER AR Y NOTES. G. W. EVANS, M. D., nent aid it gives in all bronchial affections. It Btop3 the cough, MACK TWAIN'S NEW STOBY Physician and Surgeon, soothes the irritated throat, and inMark Twain's new humorous story, which he is now writing in Vienna, is Richmond. - - - - Kentucky. duces refreshing sleep. to go to The Xadies' Home Journal, "I had a bronchial trouble of such a which magazine has also secured F. 46- PERFORMANCE. Chicago Dispatch. Badfop fifty-fo- President McKinley has a high ideal of what requirements are needed to make good American citizens. Among the wise suggestions which ho gave in his inaugural was a warning to the people against "a citizenship too ignorant to understand or too vicious to appreciate the great value and beneflcience of our institutions and laws." This was greeted as a promise on the part of tho President to use his influence in keeping out of the United States all those who were are infinitely such as are used more real in appearance than the old artificial plants of a few years ago. Many are so close in their resemblance to the live plant that it is hard to detect them as imitations without close scrutiny. The leaves are real leaves. and not constructed out of enameled tin, like the old kind, and the fiber on the trunk is real fiber. It is only on approaching them and examining them that the leaves are seen to be painted and the stalks inserted into, but not growing out of, the stem. The price of the manufactured article varies from 50 cents to $25 for the ordinary specimens, but some of the larger and finer ones amount to $50, or even $100. A small im palm sprig of some 15 inches high is ai A at 50 cents; a tree, such as those that are seen in the halls of hotels, measuring, say, nine feet high, and with about 18 removable leaves, will cost $17. The sago palm is a more expensive variety, a tree of five feet selling for as much as $20. We may rail against to-da- y, Yon Want ! Felix, Wolf & Co.'s Shoes, ever pair made to order and warranted. We Are Headquarters For Belfast Linens Ladies' Corsets 20c. up. Irish and German Laces from lc. a yard up. Give us a call and examine our jSTew Stock of Goods. right to sell the celebrated have also the exclusive like putting at $5 bill in Sh the ilanies EVERY LOAD of Anthracite you use. Air '!::; K:lv:; ! sjjy OS Gives greater heat than Base Burner. Throws the heat on the floor like a Rise Burner. Holds the fire like a Base Burner. PS) Burns Nut or Slack, No ssr Soot or Dirt. mm Gold and -- to $300, the finest line ever brought to Richmond. Come now and select your diamond and have same set before Christmas. If so, I have them from $1.75 U?R IFORI Co,- .- nSis i' IT IS INDISTEUC IBLE AND AIEIGHT. ii mm fHrnl McKee Cor., Main and First Sts.. Richmond, Ivy. nov!0-2- m SIS Nothing like it ever before made. and be convenced. See it Thos. Mel;hen, Buyer. Silver Watches, Cheaper than over before. Solid Gold and Silver Novelties of all deiicriptions. What would be nicer than a set of Sterling Silver Spoons for a Christmas present? Porcelain Clocks for only $1.25, regular price $1.75. Before buying elsewhere give us a call, and we will convince vou of our low prices, and superior goods. FARM The undersigned has a farm ol 200 acres, as a whole or to suit purchaser, which he oilers at private sale; situaieaai n, l MM I Richmond, Ky rail is mm SALE Winter Schedules STATION, . Hours milBWiBMmM fMfgiB ftUIpUIpL'i &ia pirwiinraBrraiinEniirr IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER oTH. Bronchitis DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky. Richmond. Office and stubborn character that the doe-tincurable with ordinary pronounced remedies, but recommended me to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. One bottle cured m6." or it and residence on Third Street. J. "A short a "WOODSON, P. M, W.Va Forest HOI, CENTAL STJSGEP-Y- . DR. A. WILKES SSI1TH, Richmond, DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky - time ago I was taken with a Bevere attack of bronchitis, and neither physicians nor ordinary remedies gave me relief. In despair of finding anything to cure me, I bought a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Poctor&L Less than ono bottle entirely cured mfe." GEO. B. HUNTER, Altoona, Pa. Omen Smith bailding. Main Street, Office aours, 9.00 to iz M.; 1:00 to 4 P. M. "Practice limited to dentistrr. J. CMohgax. J. A. Yates. DENTLSTS- ,- Ayer's fttrri Pctiml now put tip in half price 50 cent. half-siz- e MORGAN & YATES, RlCHMOND, Kentucky. PK cb Main Street, orer Madison National bottles at not fitted to become citizens. The President's theory is above criticism, but his practice is not on the same; high plane. Backed by an organized body of selfish capitalists, he proposes to anuex Hawaii to the United State and thus make American citizens of about a hundred thousand ignorant pagans, who can by no possibility be said to "appreciate tho great value and beneficence of our institutions and laws." Politicians want Hawaii, speculators want the island, but the people of this country do not want it. Why the people do not want it is tersely told by Senator Stephen M. White, of California, as follows: "The islands are useless for defense less purposes. Marion Crawford's new story, which is a "They are valueless irom an ecotale of the unreal, with the strikingly nomic point of view. uncanny title of ''The Dead Smile." "They will contribute nothing to Something to Snow. national morals or wealth. "They will add undeirable element to It may be worth something to know the "very best medicine for restor- the already sufficiently burdened poputhat ing the tired out nervous system to a lation. "The islanders are hostile to tho healthy vigor is Electric Bitters. This medicine 5s purely vegtable, acts by giv treaty, and annexation involves a dis ing tone to tho nerve centres in the. regard of their rights. " We are offered a buccaneer title only. stomach, gently stimulates the Liver "The scheme is contrary to wisely esand Kidneys, nnd aids these organs in throwing off impurities in the blood. tablished precedents and to the teachElectric Bitters improves the appetite, ings of the fathers. "Annexation must eventuate an imaids digestion and is pronounced by mense army and naval expenditure and those who have tried it as the very beet consequent onerous taxation." nerve tonic. Try blood pariner-nn"As a'makcr pf fine phrase President Sold for 50c or $1.00 ner bottle ai:Perrv to McKinley is a success, but bis perform and Thomas' iiroe Store.- Successors auA ui nvf ennal in his nromicne '' W.G. White i d humbug to our heart's content, but, somehow or other, the laugh is seldom on I $ F. VEAGER, Second St. Richmond, Ky. nov24-G- WHITE'S the fellows who fool us. circum- on the waters of Silver Creei. It is well watered. There is no better l&nd in Madison etc, within a half mileonvhitc's Station Post stances w ill force Congress to pass some Ofllce, ten miles from Richmond. kind of a currency law, though, from its cash, TERMS Sale will bo made Who can think complexion, it would be difficult to say Wanted-fsome tltiiDle balance to suit purchaser. Idea of to patent ? For particulars, ln t Wag what kind of a law it would be, or even Protect your lJi: tneyrnay Dring ioa weaiin. address WiaJDERBtnuJ & CO, Patent to name a single provision of the law in D. O.for their $!.a prtzo offer Geo. D. White, and hit or two hamlrwl larentloca wanted. apvance. one-thir- It Jis thought by many that caunty. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, d QUEEN & CEESCENT HOUTS. Cincinnati to New Orleans and Jacksonville ZJ 109 MILES SHORTEST. FINEST VESTIBULED TRAINS IN THE Ieb3-t- f White's Station, Ky. UGLAS HON. C. T. CALDWELL, H Merchants, Bankers, SHIOE The Stvie. Fit end Wear could not be Improved for Double the Price. &&& of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recommends Wrights Oelery Capsules. PAEKEnsBuna, "W. 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 Va., Blfexillx lawyers, Physicians and all economical men wnr W. L. Douzlas Shoes because they "w L. Douglas $30, $4.00 and $5)0 Snoes are tte productions of rM' workmen, from the best ma terial pOSSiDle to PUl unci snoes soia- ai wau yiu--. We make also $20 ami $225 shoes for men, and the W. $20, $2.00 and $1.75 for boys, andsuaame L. kx Ltouglis $MM roucc snoe, very poliiemen and others having letter-carrier- s, January 20, 1993. SUPPLY THE TRADE Our factory on Laurel Street in Eich-inon- d is now running, and we are prenaAi to 1fill orders for twist of the "S Nn" HE qBa jL-e2- i xsss O much walking to io our Wo aro constantly adding new styles to Tea-salready large tariety.and. theregois no insist on Why rod citnnot be suited, UaYiiijr W. Ill Douztes 5hoes from your j ueaier,. We nse only the best Calf.Hnssia Call (all col Irs), French ratent Can, mu. cm rcuc;i . graded f.uauici. uti with prices to correspond oi the shoes. It dealer cannot supply yoa, it aro the best. For sale by d-- SKiBstiSs. v- Tiik "Wrioiit Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio., Gentlemen: I bavo; been usIdr Wright'B Celery Capsules since November, 1694, and find them to be as recom- mended. I first began faking them while at Hot Springs, Aik.,,under treatment for Sciatic Blieumftisin, Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which I had been a long sufferer. I found .the Celery Capsules gave ma great relief from the beginning and baip used them ever since. With pleasurj, and unso licited. I recommend therajto any and all pufferine: with like afHiclIoiis or either of them. Very truly yonrii o - PAYS THE TmrWI "1. M. o! n FREIGHT. ...YOU PAY FOR V :si THE... - "Pair - . JI "", r. j & 3-- 1 - P to... t3iG S9i i. 32 . - cnBAman sj riowwiw wuo. vono-- s - 1 Ml ' " K i t.? if. 'ii ocw-ji- s' Ilagan, Dnidet. Erice Sold by T. te and $1 nn nMrhor.HrSall itdrtw' h Me lafeaod get free samp) S3 . a Chaklbs T.j Caldwell. Brand3, three grades. We can save yon money. Send us a trial order; you will Espebe glad with our products. cially pleased to hear from country mer- W DRINKS. sssasssspssssssssssssss Phone 3. Second St. jtzcHMom), ky: BED WETTING CORED Wis. chants. Writte Ross, 8 Kkhkosd, Ky. ' NO PAY. -- B.X.OWA2r ItWlQlTf mcM-l- 3i - ' ir; O ll - 3 V -- Ti' ' M If tb- .u f , v A ;U5 -- , .'h V 5y H''i S3 The Richmond Climax. The administration spit on its hands and hauled whoat past the dollar mark again. Now it is in trouble. If it lets go to spit on its hands again IVZKY WEDNESDAY BY rUBUBUEU wheat will slump, and if it does not ThQ Climax Printing Co. let go to spit on its hands its hold will slip and wheat will slump. The wheat question, next to the currency J. a CHESAULT. Proprietors and Editors. question, is the administration's most A. ft MILLER. C E. WOODS, Associate Editor. perplexing problem. PRICK PKB YEAH, $1.50. IN ADVANCE, January 4th. The Democratic caucuses to nominate candidates 1S97 for the offices of the House and SenWEDNESDAY. DEC 22, ate will consequently be held Monday January The House adopted a resolution for night,contain 233. The Senate caucus Senators, and it reIS to will a holiday recess from December quire 15 votes to nominate for any ofJanuary 5. fice. The House caucus will contain Director of Mint Preston tes- 74. and possibly 75 votes, and in either tified before the House Coinage Com- event it will take 3S votes to nominate. mittee that there are many counterThe Morehead Advance says that feit silver dollars in circulation which more and purer silver than speedy punishment should be meted contain out to the Turkish soldiers who failed tlie Government dollar. in their attempt to assassinate the A census of Glasjrow shows a pop- Sultan. The Advance is eminently ulation of 1,780, as against 2,150 in correct. Such bunglers should be 1890, and the Glasgow News says bowstrung and bastinadoed into the some "tall lying was done in 1S90, or sweet subsequently. It would be a else the facts have been kept from lesson to others contemplating similar attacks to do the work in an artistic the city assessor in 1S97" manner like they used to do in Senator John W. Daniel, an Rowan county and sometimes do in original free silver man, was re- Madison. elected by the Virginia Legislature without a dissenting vote, the few On Wednesday last the 4 per cent, Populists and Republicans in the body bonds issued by Cleveland to bolster either voting for him or remaining up the gold reserve sold for 129 in silent. New York. This is the highest figure ever touched by our government seMrs. Josephine K. Henry thinks curities. It will be remembered that the time will come when a woman these bonds were sold by private conwill be elected President but the tract to the Belmont-MorgasyndiOwensboro Messenger doubts it, be- cate at a fraction less than 1042. And cause the constitution requires a thus does the gold syndicate look president to be 3 years old and no after the ''honor and integrity of the woman will confess to that age. nation." $1.25 Tuesday n The Kentucky Legislature will ipeet and no stat'ng Mr. Bryan has plunged into football but he dosen't play so hard that he fails yet, Speaking of kating, Mr. is an expert, as he skated to stop and kick at the national credit Pantagraph. safely across some mighty thin ice Let Bryan alone. His life is pure. wheu he tackled the money question But take an individual in his town who in his message. But the ice is badly has preached "National credit" when cracked and his followers are liable to he is a bankrupt bo far as personal indrop through. Christmas is here Mc-Kinl- The repudiating West is still repudiating. Miner's wages at Creede, Colo., have been increased 20 per cent., while the wages of the cotton opera- tives of Fall Kiver, Mass., have been decreased 10 per cent. The western kind of repudiation seems to have 30 per cent, the best of it. country, according to the administration organs, but at the same time they are anxious to have a relief expedition sent to the adventurers in the Klondike. The organs are dreadfully afraid the miners will not get back with their gold in time to bid for the bond issue that is sure to come under present conditions. There is plenty of gold in this tegrity is concerned; and who, if he got his just deserts, would to day be outlawed if not imprisoned. That's the text for the future. Private life should become the index to the character of our guardians of "national honor." Climax, Dec. 15. These paragraphs appeared exactly as above in our last issue. While our rejoinder did not in the most remote degreejre-fert- o the editor of the Pantagraph, it is susceptible of Buch construction, which we sincerely regret, particularly because the guilty escaped whilst the innocent suffered. Mr. Adams will accept this frank explanation with the reminder that. "Full many a shaft at random sent Finds mark the archer little meant." Miss Nannie J. Douglas left last dollar of our daddies, State banks week for Bloomington, III., where she and free silver." Mr. Carr's remarks wire heartily will spend the holidays with her applauded, but there was no rejoinder. brother, Mr. John Douglas. "Walker, who has been In that interesting discussion of the in Mr. Samuelfor the West the past five years, currency question which was embodied secretary of came homo Friday to visit his brothin the annual report of the the treasurey, Lyman J. Gage contend- ers and sisters at Whites Station. Mrs. E. L. Saunders .is visiting- relaed that all obligations redeemable in Miss Flora "coin" were properly redeemable in tives in Madison county gold. Mr. Gage says it is impossible to Heath, of Richmond, was the guest construe the word "coin" to mean any of Mrs. John B. Embry this week. thing other than gold. An interesting Jessamine Journal. consideration of this old subject is posMr. Chas. E. Clay has gone to Idaho sible by making reference to a certain with a view of locating. Mrs. Clay pamphlet issued in 1S78, a copy of will spend the winter with her parwhich has come into the possession of ents, Mr. and 'Mrs. A. J. Tribblo, and "Honest Money will join her Imsband in the spring. the League of the Northwest," and the sponMr. M. F. Arbuckle, of Silver sors for the doctrines set forth were the officers of that league. Among these Creek, Madison county, is spending a Mr. was Lyman J. Gage, who was the few days with Mr. P. Dolnn Oliver Farra spent Monday in Rich league's tieasurer. At that time Mr. Gage was engaged mond with friends. Midway Clipper. in the ellort to rout the greenbackers, Col. George White, of Madison and he preached bimetallism. It will be county, was in town Monday Miss said that Mr. Gage had a right to change Callio Adams, of Paint Lick, has re his opinion, That is true, but the au- turned home after a visit to the famthorities he produced to back up the ily of Mr. Jas. McCarley. -- Lancaster bimetallic position are as valuable today Record. as they were in 1S78. Mrs. T. A. Bice is here from This pamplet is worthy of perusal by to spend the holidays. everyone who has read Mr. Grgc's latHon. J. N. Saunders, who has est plea for the single gold standard. Conspicuous in this little book is the been oil on a business trip for several "address" of the "HonestMoney League weeks, returned Wednesday wearing a full set of whiskers. Stanford Jourof the Northwest." The second plank nal. in that address is as follows: Mr. and Mrs. C. E.Forbes aud child, The experience of all civilized nations proves that gold and 6ilver possess sta- of Missouri, came in yesterday to visit bility of value in greater degree than any relatives. Mr. Forbes was formerly other commodities and are, therefore, Herder of the late Col. T. S. Mober THE BEST STANDARD OF VALUE. ley's Short-horn- s and went to Bunce-toin connection with paper representations Mo., with his World's Fair ChamCONVERTIBLE INTO THEM on de maud, the onlv safe and uniform circu pion Young Abbottsbum, when ho was was sold two years ago. lating medium. It 'ill be observed that here Mr. Gage Mr. Len. H. Willis returned Wedrefered to gold and silver as "the best nesday from a business trip to Kanstandand of value"-usithe singular sas City, Mo., and hasgreat confidence and yet the gold men tell us today as to the future of that enterprising that there cannot be such a thing as a city. He reports James Butler ns double standard. He also pleaded for having a good position with a stock paper money, convertible into "theni"- - exchange and doing well. When Mr. not into gold but into gold and silver. Willis left the West snow was several inches deep. Jessamine Journal. M'CREARY THE MAN. World-Herald. gh Carbuncles la fralpyaBMrraltP fell carbuncles on my left side and my back. They would disappear in winter and return the next summer. I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and have never had any carbuncles since. My little eon had a fever and an indolent ulcer appeared on his left limb and spread half way around it. Our physician recommended a blood purifier and I gave the boy Hood's Sarsaparilla with gratifying results." A. G. B. James, Polkville, Miss. " I have been a great sufferer from muscular rheumatism and in October began taking Hood's 8arsaparilla. I continued its uso until January when I could go about as well as any one and I have had no acute pains since." I. W. MmuiCK, Grand Isle, Louisiana. Appeared Each Season Until Blood Was Purified With Hood's Sarsa-parllAn Indolent Ulcer. lilrajJ several years I was troubled with "For uBHIH Matting Tacks 2c a box. Pencil Sharpeners lc. Files 3c and 5c. . Flat File 8c. Curlers 5c. Tracing Wheel 3c. Track Hammer 5c. MasnetT-incllammer'lOc. Pocket Kni vt s or. up. Strainers 3c. h IfrMMfES; - - Notions. --WE HAVE IT "sp EfSJ itai sp mm cnrU Padlocks 5c up. Set Tea Spoons 4c. Set Table Spoons 0c. Scissors 5c up. A large consignment of Brooks' (200 yds) Spool Cotton Thread, all sizes, black and white. "We will give our customers the benefit of this great purchase. "VY want to supply every household in Madison county with Brooks' Thread, at a price that competition can not touch. n - r - . Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold by all druggists. Pricu$l;six for $5. are the only pills to take Butcher Knives 10c. Steel Curry Comb 10c. "Waiters 10c. 5 Spools For 10 Gents. nsi HOOd S FlllS with Hood's Sarsaparilla. LOCAL. In Memoriam. n, ng (Stanford Journal ) of California, was appointed last Thursday Associate Justice to fill the vacancy caused by the retirement of Justice Field from the Supreme bench His appointment is especially pleasing to the Pacific rail road companies who retained attorney he was up to his appointment to McKinley's cabinet. Attorney General Joseph Mc-Kenn- a, Occasionally, yea, frequently, the editorial or news columns of a paper are contradicted by each other. The New York Sun is down on free silver and would have us believe that it is a crazy man or an anarchist who wants independent bimetallism, when silver is selling at 5:t cents per ounce. Yet this encouraging item is found in its column of stock quotations and serves to show that the low price of silver during the late campaign was maintained for election purposes But it didn't work not even in the Berea precinct. Says the Sun: "Silver sold in the local market yesterday at GO cents an ounce for commercial bars. This is the highest price since July last, and represents an advance of nearly 9 cents an ounce since September 1. The strength exhibited by the market for silver recently is ascribed to large silver shipments from London to Russia, which country has been for some time past at work putting her currency upon a metallic basis; a revival in volume of the demandrom China, a continued good demand from India, and an increasing demand for the use in the arts. The production of silver at the same time has not increased." The Fayette county grand jury indicted Jacob Harris for murder in the first degree for killing Thomas II. Merritt, his wife's lover, in July last. Harris was acquitted on his examining trial by City Judge Falconer. Since that tim? he has returned to his wife, and public sentiment, which was largely in his favor, has undergone a decided change. If our Mt Sterling friends, opponents of foot ball, want something to denounce in order to keep their hands y in. let them gft after the bisix-da- cycle race six-da- parlor game in comparison with such y races as just closed in New York. However, we think that Bro. Havens is right in his contention against foot ball. It is the roughest of all college sport and the most danIt is the mission of the Climax, gerous and demoralizing. first of all, politically speaking, to hold aloft the flag of the Democratic partj and to advocate the principles which are contained in the Chicago platform. To that end it will never ! yield to ridicule or intimidation, that the discussion of thi great and growing cause of bimetallism should be Main and Broadway. "dropped." To "drop" such a subject is to yield at last to those who cannot defeat it in a fair and open Yuletide Greeting's fight. If the gold people continue with unabated zeal in their efforts to Are in ord r now. Ours have taken the fasten their single standard upon this form a grand sale of Holiday country shall the advocates of bimetYou are invited may Gooiis allism be awed into silence? "Keep we expect yiu. It Before The People," shall be our and for so doing we ask no mull's pardon, for it is the cause of humanity, say what you will. At a meeting of the National Board of Trade held on Wednesday Ust in Washington, the gold standard was endorsed. On that day, in Atlanta, the Southern Bankers Association listened to a frank declaration in favor " SSSSSSSSSSSSSfl'? of free silver, by one of itsmillionaiie Foot ball is a refined CiF.Brower&Co t, zation and bear the burdens of the campaign without the aid cf other candidates. We believe that Gov. McCrearj is more fully capable of making a sue cessful campaign than any man in the district, hut if convinced otherwise, we are ready to accept any good man, wl o can pilot us safely to victory. sing with Beception immediately after the "I'll I loved the glittering crown on my brow, If ever thee, my Jesus, 'tis now ,' ceremony, 40G9 Euclid Avenue. "O! death where is thy sting. O! grave where is thy victory!" Mr. Henry B. Dillingham and Mrs. Democracy. A. G. S.R H. H. Colyer are back from a visit In the campaign this year, he made a to the former's brother. Mr. Elihu Gave His Flock a Dressing Down. Reminumber of speeches for Shackelford and Dillingham, of Platte City, Mo. niscences ol Rev. Dr. J. A. Henderson. County Democratic tickets. His speech While away they also visited relatives Rev. Fred Grider, Colin the convention that nominated Shackat Kansas City, Liberty, Excelsior lege Hill, but last year formerly of a member of the elford was received with great favor and Springs and Kearney, Mo. In the Legislature from Casey county, rehis devotion to Democratic candidates latter place resides Dr. Norfleet and signed his charge as pastor of the and Democratic platforms was acceptable his wife, who was Miss Mary Lackey Methodist church at Barbourville, to all. In the ifenatorial race two years Parkes, daughter of Joshua D Parkes, owing to the delinquency of the ago, he agreed to a Democratic caucus, deceased, of this county, and a cousin He took the opportuand like a true Democrat should, urged of Mr. Dillingham. Dr. and Mrs nity to castigate his flock in sharp his friends to go into the caucus and supNorfleet have two little daughters, language for their port the nominee, promising to do so failure to provide who are musical prodigies, the elder for the worldly sustenance of their himself no matter who was nominated. five the other three years of age. The spiritual adviser. The member who put him in nominaformer has composed music and perThis calls to mind tho joko related tion moved to make Senator Blackburn's forms on the piano in a manner that upon himself by the late Dr. J. A nomination unanimous and it was so ranks her with the musical wonders Henderson, pastor of the Methodist doue, when he leceived a majority of the of thu world. The tiny tot of three church, this city. He was once pas votes. years can play upon the piano as well tor of the Methodist church at Paris. The Governor has said to friends, we as most children of ten years old, if we recall his words correctly, and learn, who have approached him on the Mr. Dillingham and Mrs. Colyer speak had preached faithfully for two years subject that the success of the Democrat of their trip in glowing terms and dewithout having received a cent of his ic party in this Congressional District, is clare that they had to come back salary. He grewdired at last and paramount to his success and that he is home for rest so constantly were Said he, "My brethren, I ready to actively support the candidate they on the go to big dinings and re- must quit. I can't live on air. But I nominated by the Democratic party. ceptions given in their honor by their will recommend as my successor one We have shown that Shackelford only relatives. Mr. Dillingham says Platte beat Baily 5SG in this district and when county has 2 500 Democratic voters who will suit vou exactly and never the votes of Hiudman and the other can- and in one precinct there were only complain, as I have done. Send for Dr. Tanner I (the famous New Yorker didates for Appellate Clerk are subtract tiro Republicans. He wanted to call who had just fasted forty days.) ed it was shown that he lost the district a meeting before he left and make Poor Dr. Henderson is gone, but by 945. The claim can not therefore be the thing unanimous. preachers may come and go, but we made that this is a dead sure Democratic shall never forget him. He was once district. It will behoove the Democrats a physician hence the title "Dr." to put forth their best and strongest man. One of the first marriage ceremonies Let there be no unseemly scramble for he ever performed was a tragic BAUFLEr-HAYthe place, but let every Democrat seek On last Monday bethe good of the party and with a harmo- fore the breakfast hours had arrived. one. Judge John R. Thomas now deceased, and nious nomination we will sweep the dis- Squire I). P. Arrner was colled on to of Lebanon, Miss Shuck, a beautiful vonntr trict as of yore. There will be but one solemanize the rites of matromony, the girl, were engaged to be married, and office voted for in November and the cancontracting parties being Mr. John r didate will have to look after the organi and Miss Iva M. Hayes, both of all was in readiness for the ceremony. salary-payers. d. We have not consulted Governor as to whether he will be a candidate for Congress next year, but we are satisfied that there is a general demand for him to make the race. His unswerving fidelity to the Democratic party; his buccess in the past races for Congress; his dsvotion to duty while a member of that body and the position he took as a Representative, make Democrats who desire the success of the party instinctively turn to him as the man to redeem the district Without discussing his lengthy record as a Democrat, which we could do with great credit to him, we shall only refer to the two last campaigns, which tested Democrats more thorough ly than ever before. Gov, McCreary actively supported Bryan and made speeches for him and the platform at various points iu the State in the last Presidential campaign. He also supported John B. Thompson, the Democratic nominee for Congress, and made speeches for him in the District, one of which was in Stanford by invitation when he made a rousing appeal for Bryan, Thompson aud Mc-Crea- ry Danville ladies have organized a chapter of the Daughters of the Revolution. Mrs. John J. Hogsett was elected Chapter Regent; Miss Jean Vice Regent; Miss Annie r, Secretary; Miss Ama Registrar; Mrs. Jerry C. Caldwell, Treasurer; Mrs. C. K. Crawford, Historian. The remaining members are: Mrs. J. M. VanMeter. Mrs. B. F, Phillips, Miss Nannie Green,, Miss McDowell, Miss Susie Fox, Miss AlMcDowell, Van-Mete- Shelby, Johnson. Friends of the groom in Richmond have received elegantly engraved invitations and card bearing the followice ing: Mr. and Mrs. request the pleasure of your company at the marriage of their daughter, Alice Mabel, J. B. Meriam to Mr. Clay Herrict, on Wednesday evening, Dec twenty-ninteighteen hundred and ninety-seveat eight o'clock. First Presbyterian Church, East Cleveland, Ohio. n, h, "She is not dead but sleopeth." Willie Goodloo Smith exchanged the earthly for the heavenly home December 17, 1897, in the 20th year of her age. For several years she had been under the medical care of Dr. Satler, of Cincinnati, who had operated a number of times on her eyes to remove a cataract. The last and perfectly successful operation had been performed and she was preparing to return homo when she was attacked with pneumonia. This, however, was under control when meningitis developed Many times in life we realize the Psalmist's words "Vain is the help of man," and in her case it was peculiarly true, as the best efforts of the most skilled physicians, and the constant care that trained nurses could give, together with the tenderest min istrations of a loving and devoted sister, proved futile, and she responded to the call. "Tho Master has come and calleth for thee." In her early childhood she gave herself to Christ, and her pure, unseld fish, Christian life evi denced to all who knew her that she had been with Christ and learned not about, but of Him. No one who could appreciate worth and goodness could be unimpressed by her friendship. But in the sacted bounds of the home circlo did her virtues shine most brightly, and there where the daily trials, vexations and temptations to impatience come, her Christian character shone in its most attractive beauty. She is the first to join her beloved father in their "prepared mansion" and leaves a mother, four sisters and a brother to sorrow for the separation. Her beautiful life has accomplished its mission. She has fought a good fight, she has finished her couse, she has kept the faith, she has won the crown. happy-hearte- mm 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, Hoo and Spade 8c. Wash Pans 5, 15 and 23c. Imperial Enameled Steelwaro Milk Pan 18c. Looking Glasses 10c and 20c. Picture Frames 15c. Large Kitchen Spoon 3c. 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Silk Club Ties 10c. new styles. School Cravon 10c box. Ladies' Belts 10 and 20c. 1 doz Writtiug Pens 5c 3 Penholders lc. pEJ Leather Watch Chains 5c Kid Curlers 3, 4, 5 and 10. Safety Hose Supporters "gJs Ladies' 15c. and Bias Velvet Binding 10 and 15c mm Pocket Books 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10 to 50c. Fan Scrims 10c Baby Ribbon oc bolt 10 ards. Ladies' Chemise 50 to GSc Ladies' Muslin Skirts 50 to 75c SlrUI Zinc Trunks $1.25 to $6.25 4c Cloaks and Capes.. For Ladies and Misses. Nice Cloth Double Cape, silk topped and trimmed, for 1.75 ; can not be duplicated in this cit for $2.75. Feather Boas 4Sc to SS.00. 75c Cool Corsets 33c Mountain's Corset 50c Dandy Waists 45c We handle W. B. and R. & G. Corsets Ladies' New Collars 10c Suspenders 5 to 50c Table Liner 18 to 9oc 1 gross Suspender Buttons 5c The Langtry Hair Crimper 3c doz Shell Hair Pins 5c doz up I r n r i Lace Curtains 3!)c up Curtain Poles 15e, complete Parasols 39c up Felt Window Shades 10 and loc Opaque and Linen Shades 20 and 25c Machine Oil 5c Nutmeg Graters lc Taylor's Adjustable Embroidery Rings 25 and 3oc Cologne 5 to 53c Fine Combs 3c up Pocket Combs 3c up Whisk Brooms, with velvet tip. 10c Tooth Brushes 5, 8, 10, 15, 19, 23c 12 doz Buttons 5c Our Mi llinery Jlen's Working Shirts 15c np Mien's Laundried Shirts 25e up Department 10c ii mm is Ml ijg Laces, Underwear, Hosier, Dolls, Ribbons, Trunks, Telescopes, etc. Don't biry your Hat before seeing our Mammoth stock of Hats. This Mammoth Store carries and will save you money on Ladies', Men's and Children's Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods, all kinds Notions, Dress Goods, Linings, Carpets,- Oil Cloth table and floor), Men's and Ladies' Hats and Caps, Capes and Cloaks, Embroideries and Is now in full blast. Feather Dusters 15, 20, 25c Wool Dusters 15c Floor Oil Cloth 17' to 25c Capets 121c up STAPLE DRY GOODS. Bed Ticking 5, Gi, S, 10 aud I5c Calico 31c up Gilt Edjre Cotton 5c yard, yd wide Canton Flannels 5, GJ, 7J, S, 10, 12 and 15c I7' T L l!- -" ' - Visit Richmond's Most Popular and Save Money Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade, Outini: Flannel 5, 71 and 10c Eiderdown 15 to 40c yd, aH colars India Linen 6 to 20c Hosierv 5 to 05c Ladies est Fleeced (with sleeves) l". '. 20 and 25c Misses Union Suits 25c up Ladies' Gowns 50 to 95c. CLOTHING. Men's Suits $3 50 Men's Suits $4.75 up d Men's Suits $7.50 to $10 Boys' Knee Pant-- , l"0c up Boys.' Knee Suits 75e to $ All-wool Satin-line- BrrriJrUJBrfrilBrrElElraBM r 0 EpUIpIinrTingjSI Sparrow Pie. DE. Re Proprietor. E.V.EL SfSiSfilEtillJfl! ,- fftLT - . . . - i Great palate-pleasin- Music Offer. MARRIED. Es It appears that the epicures of Send us the names and addresses g or three or more performers on tho Georgetown have added a new ( vvSa22aS m article to their menu, of piano or orgau together with 10 cents which the Georgetown News has the in silver or postage and we will" mail IS NOTHING TO COMPARE TO THE following to say : j'ou ten pieces of full sheet music, 'The English sparrows have estab- consisting of popular songs, waltzes, lished a roost in a tree near the head marches, etc., arranged for the piano of the big spring, which has become and orgaj. Address Popular Music nov3-2a nuisance. In order to break it up, Co., Indianapolis, Ind. a number of young men got shotguns LOST STEER. and just after dark they would fire Always Fresh! Always Tender! Tho undersigned lost at the cattle into the tree. On Tuesday night 62 pens on Court day one brindle or dark Mutton, Spare Ribs, Sausage and Lard on hand. You u were picked up, although many more GOO lbs., dehorned, find prompt delivery and good weight at all times. Wednesday night red steer, about were killed. On back, and white wbito on spot 233 were picked up but 500 must have streak on left shoulder. Liberal reward Telephoned. BROADDUS $: S been killed. Sparrow pie is now the for information of steer's whereabouts. dec22-t- f order of the day, and it is quite a Irvine Street, Richmond, Ky. Geo. B. Todd, Speedwell. toothsome dish." decS-4- v office. to Sparrows have become quite a nuis- Or Climax Stray Mule. ance in some localities in Paris. Says Col. Craddock, so mucn so that If the About a month ago a dark bav mare Georgetown sparrow pie lovers would mule came to my place and since come over thoy would be heartily wel- that time has been taken care of by come to all they can bag, and our citi- me. Owner will call, pay charges and zens will furnish ammunition. We can get same. Chas. Soper, sparrow few thousand and have a declo-lm- o Richmond, Ky. superabundance left. N. 1. & B. m Quail ION 1 oasi Steak and If SfBoaddus & Son.. Roast svi Closing "We Bau-fle- Rockcastle county. Mr. A. E. Miuk, an industrious and well respected youn gentleman, and Miss Donia Thompson, an excellent younj; lady, were married on Thursday by Rev. G. W. Young. MobeKley Pu RETT Mr. John general merchant, and Miss e Puckett daughter of Leroy Puckett were married last Wednesday. The bride is an Estill county lady. Mink-Thomps- Mob-erloSal-li- y, W IM f i and J. C. Morgan, of Richmond, was were married Miss Ethel Richardson in this city last WednesFifty of these style picture?, gol I mo 1'd- The Southern Bankers convention in tho city Sunday. Winchester Sun. day by Elder A. J. Tribble. ing brass corners, 10x24 Soaieo" Miss Hallie Tudor, of J Irvine, is visirnst in Atlanta last Wednesday to the subjects are as follows: consider currency reform and to rec ting Mrs. Claude Smith, Jon Second St. 1'svclie. The Lilly Gatherer, The Orphans, St. Cecilia. ommend measures which would give Mr. aud Mrs. H. C. Shipp, of Georgeaa elastic currency and take the Gov town, are with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. ernment out of the banking business. Oldham. Mrs. Charles M. Randall died at Among other resolutions was one London Wednesday after, a lingering Mrs. Alice Hamilton, of St. urging the cancellation of all the Mo., will visit Mr. George Butler,Louis, illness of typhoid fever, aged about 30. near greenbacks and the treasury notes of town, Christmas. She was Miss Lula McKee, daughter GREAT LINE OF $200, $2 50 AND 1830 and the substitution of bank Dr. William McKee, who used to Misses Mona and Lucy JPrather, of notes. $3.00 PICTURES. live at Mt. Vernon but who now reAfter tho rasolutions were adopted, Valley View, spent Saturday and sides in Florida, and was a very handThe choicest selection of Fancy Goods, Mr. J. S. Carr, a millionaire banker of Sunday In the city. some woman. Deceased was the such as Iarnns. Tables, Onyx" goods Miss Annie Bennett entertained the young wife of North Carolina, was invited to adthe well known Reven- city soon. at bottom prices. dress the body. Mr. Uarr proved to Buffet Luncheon Club very hand-- J ue officer, Charles Randall, who Is Eomely on Saturday. A counterfeit Bilver dollar that is hard ba a live wire. He camo out d ono of tho bravest aud best men in to detect is going the rounds at Lexing Mrs. F. B. Carr and Mrs. John the seryice. and for free ton.Feeny, Jr., were in Cincinnati yester6ilver. W. W. Thomas, Jr., of Maine, was ap"I am a free silver Democrat," he day. Paris Reporter. declared. "When I get among bankAwarded pointed Minisle? to Sweden and NorMessrs. S. H. Quinn and C. E. BarThe grandest line of conches and chairs ever shown in the city. See our full ers I confess that I feel lonesome, but clay, of Illinois, are visiting Miss Hal-li- e Highest HonorsWorld's Fair, way. size leaUier couches genuine leather at I have plenty of company where I Dozier, near Red House. $100 Howard, $100. $18 00.520.00, $25 $27.50. Turkish am, with the rest of the people. I Rev. W. F. Smith, of Lexington, big arm chairs, sleepy hollow. Tho readers of this paper will be Ivik t idl the storks then come here. am for State banks all right, and I former pastor of the Christian church pleased to learn that there is'at least don't care if the notes don't circulate this city, is here on a visit. WE WON'T BE UNDERSOLD one dreaded disease that science has outside of the State of their issue. been able to cure in all and Miss Nell Man, a popular Paris that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is We want money wo can keep at bolle, will be the guest of Miss Julia the only positive cure now known to home. The trouble with this eood the medical fraternity. Catarrh being Our Popular Pricsd Rocksrs money that circulates everywhere is Higgins, during the holidays. a constitutional disease, requires a conMrs. H. M, Rogers, of Frankfort, that it circulates away from us. The stitutional tratment Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, actine direct gold standard may be all right for Ohio, attended the funeral of her sisA.RE WORTH INVESTIGATING. ly upon the blood and mucoas"surfac3 the people up North, where they have ter, Willie Goodloe Smith, on Monday. of the system, thereby destroying thp Rev. I. B. Timberlake, of plenty of money, but we want some-foundation of the disease, and, giving the visited Hev.' J. F. Williams thinK else. I got my ideas of political patient strength by building up the economy and finance by hard knocks. tho first of the week. Harrodsburg constitution aud assisting nature iu doing its work. The proprietors have so I tell you that the alarm has been Democrat. much faith in its curative powers,- - that watch-towin the of the Hon.E. McCord, of thay offer One Hundred Dollars for any ii soundedand the people are demanding waehlrjgton,S. will arrive Fairhaven, , MOST PERFECX. MADE public, case that it fails "to cure. Bead io<ab this week s s. ofirTestinioaials. that something: ba dose. We kv. Lexdjgton, Xy. JrCheney.Co ;, Tofe&T, O.' too.,, I am for the I the holiday bere.T Ixkter be doiaj-'it- , Mr-, .1 ' , . .40 mittrtHE $ Srsdd by Drdtttefcf 76. Dr. members. Here we have both sides o' the currency? question presented. The election is over, why agitate the question, some will ask. We refer them to the National Board of Trade and to the Southern Bankers. PERSONAL. Mrs. J. G. Levy, of Chicago, is Mrs. H. J. Streng. visit-in- g Siiei'herd-Riciiakeson- - Mr. Shepherd Hugh DEATHS. Price, $1.98. 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 VALLEY VIEW. family, of Ford, are the Ohio river. ud east of the MissC. B, Day and issippi river, December 22, 23, 24, 25, visiting the family of I. M. Asher. December 30 and 31, 1S97, and JanC. F. Briant and wife are visiting uary 1, 1898, good for return till Jan The guests had assembled, the sumpt- relatives at Versailles-Theruary 4, 189S, at one and fare is some talk of getting a blood for the round trip uous dinner of olden times was spread, and the minister had taken his posi- hound to keep at this place. For students presenting certificates tion under tho wedding bell. SudH. L. Farris closed his school at Mil- signed by principal of school or o denly a shriek rent the air and tho lers school house Friday Dec 17, several tickets will be sold at same rates glad throng was thrown into mournmedals and prizes were awarded for reg- - December 1G to 25, 1897 inclusive, goo J ing in passing before a blazing grate ular uttendanceed. returning till January 4, 1S9S. the bride's filmy white dress caught O. P. Soper started his Saw mill hist Wanted. Are and in an instant sho was envel- Tuesday. For the Richmond Military Band a oped in flames from head to foot. She few more young men of good habits, was borne to a couch and her injuries OUU YSLXi KJ1,JLJ2jX.. behavior and respectability to join at were found to he beyond human aid. Miss May Taylor's school, at this once to make this the first or second Her father, a famous physician, strove madly to save his daughter's life, but place closed Friday. Regimental Band of Kentucky. For Misses May Taylor, Mary Poago, Ves-sr- e particulars see Prof. Minier. Band Mashe only lived an hour. With the Hockaday and Mary Ballard took in jor and Director, or H. R. Tevis, Manknowledge that before another sunrise ager. she would be no more, Miss Shuck The "Deestrick Skule, Tuesday night. This band is now under strict mill consented to have her marriage cereMr. Curtis Rhodus entertained about mony proceed, and there, in the pres- one hundred of his Iriends Wednesday tary discipline and will bo so maintained. They have tho best, most ence of. Death, which had come in night. accomplished and successful director such awful form, th e v o w s wore over in charge of a band in Misses Mary and Daisy Campbell re- and all efforts possible will bethis State put fortli said, just as her pure spin tiled to the bosom of God. Dr. Henderson turned to Richmond Saturday after a to reach the high standard of excol-le- n By desired. performed the ceremony in the very visit to Mr. B. F. Brown. presence of Death, which, a moment Mr. Hugh M. Samuels, went to later, divorced the united hearts. Tenn, last week to buy a farm, Hawesville's new waterworks plant his family will go about first of January. may attact a largo manufactory to that Mr. & Mrs. A. B. Patrick and Miss e one-thir- d col-leg-Mur-freeabo- 'ro CORRESPONDENCE. Holiday Rates via R. pl ut Sale ! 6 m every :m v, KS2-- 1 Entire Stock guarantee a saving of 25 cents on Dollar's worth of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes cZv r5N Cloaks, Capes, Underwear, Carpets, Etc. m ness. Bargains for everybod. To be sold regardless of cost to change busi- - esa Sife Sft m &: mm 76 Men's suits worth $S.OO for $4.00. Boy's suits worth $2.00 for $1.03. Men's shoes worth $1.50 for 90c. Ladies' shoes worth $1.50 for 75e. Calicoes 3cts a yard. Ginghams 4cts a yard. Cotton 3cts a yard. Overcoats worth $3.00 for $4.00. Ladies' capes worth $3.5o for $1.75. Hose and socks 4cts a pair. Blankets 40cts a pair. f&4 m ;& in W? Ky Don't buy any goods until you have seen our &4 Bargains, as we will save you money sure. '&$ V m THE REW YORK STORE Vp Town, Klein & Son's Old Stand, Richmond, Ky. For Sale or Rent, i XXXXllIISISYI News and OF rgzSS Jennie Mason will leave soon to Bpend the winter in Florida. "Slf? "bald-beade- Leather Goods. leath-erchai- bare-foote- d" Dr. M. E. Jones of Borea, spent from Saturday until Monday with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jones. Miss Ella Powers and brother spent Sunday in Richmond. Miss Nannie Balla-iLar-renc- - Bell THE Valuable property in West End. House and 4 acres of land. Apply to decl5-2W. W. Pigg. , Opinions e, . r. mis nEi?i BAKING POWDfft 3. Da- Notice of Dissolution! give a party 'to her Ballard during the Holidays. of Caleast, will niece Mies Mary The (f Sun BOTH. National Importance its-stag- Iiich-rnon- d, Cif.Brawer&Co . er Kji - -- . I ? JiC -- &' . ,1 - -- t; u stSJSJ ,' Vanderbilt Ballard, and Jay Gould Dnnn, returned from tho Mountains Friday, where they had been on a big IEXINQTIN,KY, hunt, with the following same, one hun dred birds, eight wild tarkeys, twelve WUl lend you only Fresh Cot. Flowers irtlstic designs. pheasants, and two rabbits. Qeali. Sr la oar,ah, yet not made at undue est. Tho nighr tram on the Rowland jtrerything strfeUy branch killed a very valuable" cow for AnojlCTlewKaHirgeai Hfflary t. perry E. 0. Farrk last week: .Aleo oeeJor tk White's drugstore, will re6ve prompt Sam Meeks a few nighty before. I Adams and Allen eeL to DK "Wrii, 1 m Hockaday 60 Iwrrefe ot eora f 1.7S ' ' ' the heap. " Not let, Is hereby given that the firm of Williams & Brooks hare this day dissolved partnership. J. O. Brcoks retireing and J. M. Williams becoming exc'.nsire proprietor, the CONTAINS business hereafter ts be conducted en account In tho naaae trf J. H. "Williams. Parties o' and balding claims ag&lut wnd firm will receive payment on presestttion of same and parties Dail3T- isdabtedto saW ftrai will please call aad settle 1887. md save costs. This Nov. &Sun-y- , ; de8-4WILLIAMS & BSOOKS. and w a. by mail, Daily $6ayear bymail,$Sayear For Sale! i . The Sundajr Sun is the greatest Sunday 2s"ers-papin the world. er - Forty-thre- e c f ft "BtU'rFltvtrs .toflmj, W. 8. sewffltt.vmocay about Httrf fatitorr which is tre-wiin, gooo. a thrown ""in;-- , SbMrer'ft ftorfai jwjjeeof 3 oat f? rafl 12 acres sf ly acH, J2 a year. river bhttnna atul PrfctScawflr. mg house ami ataMe AMmw THE SCX. Now Ye k. y qaartor hmI irons on Otter CrMk. ld, mveuMtrnm Xk& TEA Pyspep ii .Owitifiiitisn sad IkK Price, 25 ct. -- Jl v "V-- - vj i "S- - If Ut nlt i" . 'tK--3- v ---' v f rollrn oooo Xnimas Fair s Everybody, UfUnj' 0Ur.ll i JH oooo tip fiHIH 1 T cL W J. os r 2 ) usual we have everything to make the children happy, pieasc rne parents, and settle the question as to ( JOOi q r ZZ Si ill psl nj life1 to a mi miui oifuu i n.x c2-utii rui f g ) My Boys and Girls?" No one is so early in the field, no one has more choice selections, and no one can give so much real value for the money, i k. mm Ji HU gji mw -- pi yc (iH! k2 3 771 r( i h F L in pB TOOFJNUP All their Wraps, January 1st, The rj ? , $ ) ) ' TkrVXTim ) XJKjn X I'M ASHAMED TO QUOTE THEM HEEE. AJ 1 OTT- - A1X 1 1 1JHJL1M riULJfcKS. AJbUUT tvtt-1 w- - C.fA J pa Jackets and Overcoats, before i i H 1P I! (S croiE. -- g rcsr wm i .sp. Busy Bee Cash Stores Has cut the price of each and every garment in the Cloak Department just one-half ic s A J into, II Is Now Biggcrstaf! and Oldham. The many friends of June Armstrong, late Republican candidate for Mr. A. C. Buchanan, yesterday afterjailer will regret to hear that he has as- noon, sold his interest in the furniture signed. Liabilities $10,000, assets $7,500. business of Buchanan and Biegerstaff 1897. WEDNESDAY. DEC. 22, Jeff Cox, assignee. to Mr. Will Oldham, of White Hall. This change directs to the firm the pat See StoufTer for cheap overcoats. m ronageof a large circle of friends and o o a Advertisements will be received o relatives of Mr. Oldham, who is one of 'Uncle Tom" Is Dead. 3 by THE CLIMAX with the guar- - g Lewis Clark, colored, age 80 years, the best liked men in Madison county. 3 nntee that its circulation exceeds S the Bob and Will are young, ambitious, inoriginal George Harris of a that of any other paper published C IJeecherStowe'sfanious novel, Harriet dustrious and popular. "Uncle C 3 in Richmond. Tom's Cabin," died in Lexington last Its a hard matter to keep a stock Thursday. He was born in Garrard of vehicles on hand all the time; but county. if you will leave vour order with me Sweet oranges 20 cents per dozen at StoufTer is the oldest clothier, furnish- you will get what you want. JOIIN DONELSON. er and Hatter in the city. will give llur in exchange Zaring Judge Chenault's1 History of Madison. Mr. Evans' Promotion. for corn. But for the fact that the dates, names, Mr. Leslie Evans, lately w ith D. B. Fire works cheaper thauthe cheap- Shackelford & Co., festered his position places, and other valuable data were all est at bus's. to accept a clerkship in the State Bank mixed up, the Register's page ot history from the pen of Judge Wm. Chenault Zaring's Patent Flour is the best and Trust Company. Mr. Evans is a son of Dr Geo. V. Evans and is a mor- would have been an invaluable contrimade. Try it. bution to the historical literature of al, upright young man. Madison. No man living or dead knows Pure candy, no glucose, 7 cents StoufTer sells clothing cheaper than as much of her history as does the pound at tins Margolen's. anybody. learned Judge, and it is a pity his labors ( )ysters can and bulk, ducks, quails, Sprained His Ankle were lost in what was otherwise a laudaE". Deatherage & rabbits, turkeys, at Mr. Charles Embry, of Waco, candi- ble endeavor to preserve these valuable Co.'s. The Richmond Climax. sept-29-G- Free Metiieal Advice jost what Dr. J. C Ayers medicines will do for yon? Aro they helping you as fast as you think they Do yon understand Are gaining favor rapidly. "Business men and tnnel-ler- s carry them in vest rockets, ladles carry tliem Hood's Pills cures We have just received from our Cloak Manufacturers 500 of the very newest about rl .,-- ! 1 In purses, housekeepers keep them In medlJne closets, friends recommend, them to friends. Z5a Col Gaither and his men are still guarding the toll-gat- e near Danville. ought? Write to our doctor. He will answer all questions, and give you the best medical advice, absolutely free. Address the J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. Circuit Court. p4MfAg CUBAN OIL riWIUv! $ matism and JACKETS AND (TwS Shown this season. one-haprice. lf Cuts, Burns, Bruges, Rheu"Sores. Price, cents. 25 6ept-29-6- m William Can, the child murderer, was hanged at Liberty, Mo. WRAPS- - - in the case of Com. vs. Shelton Chambers for killing Eugene Johnson, both colored. In default of $2,500 bail, Jiles was remanded to jail for the murder of Jos. Gatliffe, The jury disagreed Fcr Pacusioala. Dr. J. C. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich, says: "I have used Foley's Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of pneumonia the past month with good re- These Jackets were sent to us to close at sults. dec-- 1 lm g. Zinng's Mill is the place to take your custom work. Rtv. S. A. Owens will preach at Red House Sunday, January 2. at 3 o'clock. Large bananas 10 cents dozen at Gus Margolen's, the banana king. Leave orders for Christmas flowers with T. S. Hagan, Druggist. He has telephone connection with Honaker, The Florist. Mr. John V. Fox has gone to Dawson, Georgia, the great mule market of the South, where he will spend the winter. A few novelties in china and glass goods at Hagan's Drug Store, that have been marked down for this week's shopper s come earlj and get choice. The new City Council can make a name to be revered if it will at once order the streets cleaned from one end to the other. rradj Turkejt-- Turkey?! Turkeys! Dressed for the oven; telephone Elmer ! fc Co. Ld Adam's bale near Paint Lick Sat-ula- v was well attcuded. Com brought per barrel; hogsSJ cents per pound, M hordes S20 to $55. Plum Puddings, mince meat, fancy can g j As, siuca and relishes, catsup at 1. Deatherage & Co.'s John Tribble, for killing James Hall in this city last Saturday week, was indicted by the Grand Jury, and his trial was set for the April term. Ernest Covington, a sprightly white lad, was carried into court in a chair and date for Doorkeeper of the Lower Ken- statistics in convenient form. the jury saw the awful condition of his tucky House, sprained his ankle last A beantiful and lasting Christmas leg which had been crippled oy William Monday week and though better, he w ill present, combining culture, refinement Gilbert striking it with a base hall bat, be unable tto prosecute his race as he and elegance, is a guitar, Banjo or man- without provocation. The offender was should like However, Charles will be dolin and a thorough course of instruc given six months at hard labor. in at the shuttle at Frankfort. tion at Prof Minier's Parlor, Conserva Are You Cold ? D. Chenault's grocery is chuck full tory of Miihic, 317 West Main street. If so so go to Coleman Neff and get of good things for Cbribtiuas and this A Sad Death. Pine Knot Coal for 11 cents, a bushel, week will mark the largest rush of busiThe death of Willie Goodloe Smith, the best coal on the market. Oflice R- - N. ness ever had at this popular stand. in Cincinnati, was peculiarly sad. She I. & B. depot. Telephone 90. dec22-3- t Richmond Merchants Encouraged. had been under treatment for her eye Gone To Anderson. 6ight, when she was attacked with pneuProfessor Richard W. Miller, of the Mr. B. 15. Irvine, the handsome and monia and died. Her death was an aw- Law Department of Central Uuiversi-t- y, Richmond, well know n mechanic, lately w ith Mr. S. ful blow to family and friends alike, and yesterday. He Ky., was at the Burnet is in search of adornL. MMkilT, left last Friday for Laurence-bur- g, her burial was one of the saddest ever ments for a huge Christmas tree to be having formed a partnership there witnessed here. She was a daughter of prepared in his city. Enquirer Dec.18. The attention of the people has with Mr. J. C. VanArsdall. Mr. Irvine the late Dr. C. C. Smith, whose death is a skillful artisan and a good citizen, less than two years ago, created wide before been referred to in these coland we regret to give him up. He is a spread 6onow, for he w as one of Nature's umns, to the necessity of our merNoblemen. chants being patronised by our home staunch Democrat. Elsewhere appears a beautiful tribute people, and other towns in Kentucky Suits to order at StouQer'.s at ready to the deceased young lady. are awakening to the justice of such made prices. Tiie best conservatory methods of action. But tho worst set back to Mrs. Schilling Assigns. instruction taught, music and instru- to such an idea we notice is given by Mrs. Laura Schilling, widow of Al- ments lrom any publisher or manufac- our Register friend who not only bert Schilling the First Street confec- turer in the world, supplied at Prof makes a living oil of the people of his tioner whose suicide was told in our Minier's studio, the most elegant music town but gets most all of his revenue from the merchants of his city by adlast issue, made an assignment on rooms in the city. 317 West Main St. vertising their wares for sale in his Wednesday to Lawrence Reichert, a To KnocK out Buckeye. paper. And yet in defiance of all representative of tho Frank Fehr The correspondent for the Stanford rules of justice wo see his name in the Brewing Company of Louisville. The from Lancaster of Enquirer of Dec. 18, as being iii Cinassets consist of the stock of goods in Interior-Journthe store on First Street, well known Tuesday says: "It is proposed to have cinnati buying adornments for a Christ the Legislature put Buckeye precinct mas tree in Richmond when our meras the "Father Zieman" stand. sept-29-Gdec-22-tf sept-29-Gm al Thero was a $5,000 fire at Lawrence-bur- You can "buy handsome $15.00 and $20.00 Jackets and Wraps now for $5, $8 and $9, all others in proportion. When a man owns a blooded hoise he is always careful of its health. He looks after its diet and is particular that the feeding shall be regular and right. While he is doing this it is likely as not that he is himself suffering from some disease or disorder. When the trouble gets so bad that he cannot work, he will begin to give himself the care he gave the horse at the start. Good pure, rich red blood is the best insurance agaiue disease of any kind. Almost all diseases come from impure or impoverished blood. Keep the blood pure anb strong and disease can find no foothold. That is the principle upon which Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery works. It cleanses, purifies and enriches the blood, puts and keeps the whole body in perfect order; makes appetite good, digestion strong, assimilation perfect. It brings ruddy, virile health. It builds up solid, wholesome flesh (not fat) when, from any cause, reduced below OME EARLY AND GET YOUR GHQ G. SLAUGHT OF WRAPS AND JACKETS EVER SEEN IN THIS CITY, Respt., SS&r - W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. j rf'SAS.g! the healthy stardard. It A man and live children were burned to death at Ottawa, Ont. Lost-Man- y SKs SMJ' JFr' v GST have lost confidence and hope as well as health, because they have been told their Kidney disease was incurable. Foley's Kidney Cure is a The person who disturbed the congreGuaranteed remedy for the disconraged gation last Sunduy by coughing, is redec-l-and disconsolate. quested to call on Perrv & Thomas and million-dollA fire is said to be rag- get a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar, dec-- 1 lm which always gives relief. ing at Grand Forks. N. D. m ar Public - Sale! Having determined to ro to Florida, we Till otter at public auction the following property, on Bank Directors Notice. Hew Year Surprises. On Tuesday, January 11. 1893, 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 bant in house, for the purpose of electing seven directors. declS-3C. D. CHEXAULT, Cashier w See StoufTer for underwear. sept-29 Om and Mrs. Geo. W.Myers have mopcl into their new cottage home on Lancaster avenue next door to Mr. New Livery Firm. "Father'' Galen White and son, Mr. Roy White, paid $3.00J foi the fine Cas-s- a Grande livery stable, in the rear of the Hotel Ghndon, lately operated by Mr. W. S. Duncan. The new firm has a world of friends and they will stand by "father" and son Roy, at whose hos pitable home a thousand unexpected guests have received a welcome which they will long and gratefully remember. Dr. Bales' residence. Sweet oranges, bananas, apples, inalaga grapes, nuU of all kinds at E. Deatherage &. Co 's Rocking chairs, bed room suites' wardrobes, center tables, book cases, fcofas.siedeboards.on weekly payments at McCormick Bros'. bric-a-bra- c Christmas turkeys, toys, candies, Christmas chinaware, lamps, and other novelties in profusion at cheese, oranges, oysters, ban annas, beans, coflee, celery, nuts and nice E Deatherage & Co.'s things, at D. Chenault & Co's grocery. We have the best of everything for dec-2tf Christmas. Plenty of vaiiety- - Newest gifts in town for old and most attraithe Mrs. Covington's Good Luck. nov3-9or young. Hapan'b Drug Store is the Mrs. T. T. Covington, wife of our Miss Pattic's Recital. place. Mayor, was surprised on Monday by reThe old quarters of the Revenue ofby express a beautiful gold A new stock of buggies, etc. at ceiving John Donelson'n. watcli and chain with this simple notice: fice, over Joe's, have not resounded with such delightful music since the of the rural editors says that "1st Prize, offered by Woman's World, One of New York, for solving puzzle." In dances given by the famous old Madi-Clu- b if the delinquents don't pay up his with Saxton's orchestra, as they consequence Mrs. Covington is enjoyChribtinas will be Santa Clauslcss, did on Friday night last, when Miss and flrccrackerless. Paris ing again the tin ills of childish delight music class gave a recital there. A oer her early Christm is gift, and modNe w s estly forgets that it was by skill handsome audience assembled in the If I havn't what you want give me bhe won this costly prize. spacious apartments so admirably suited your order subject to approval. to such an occasion, and were regaled with See Stouller and save money on the finest musical selections heard this John DoxeIjSox. clothing, over coats and underwear. seoson. Miss Pattie is an acknowledge Albert bchilling,w ho suicided last sept ed arteit and the impress of her training week, hal a 2,000 policvon his lite in Asked Bryan To Become His Guest is evident in the high grade of work of A. O. U. W., which, if paid, will be the Capt. J. M. Thomas, Stato Senator-elec- t her pupils. On this occasion as upon all a blessing to his willow and two little from the district comprising her previous recitals Miss Pattie receivchildren. Bourbon, Montgomery and Clark, who ed the unstinted praise of her critical Mr. Peyton Adams on Friday won is also proprietor of Estill Springs, at auditors and the evening was pronounthe representation of C. U. Preparatory lias invited tho Hon. William ced a perfect success. to the Cynlhiana Declamatory contest. Irvine, Jennings Bryan to spend some time at "The Deslrick Skule." He beat a good field and will win at the the springs next summer, and has asTho largest audience that has asfirii.l njxt month. surance from Mr. Bryan that ho will sembled in the Court House since the Best meat and 6aUbage at W. J. probably accept the invitation. Capt. exhibition of the "Temple of Fame" Shearer's meat shop, First street. Thomas will invite Kentucky's "big about six years ago, was present at tho nov22-2m- o guns" to be there at the same time. 'Deestrick Skulo" last Tuesday Do you know where that small sow Hats and caps latest Etylcs and low- night. From the stago to tho rear and four red pigs are which strayed from est prices at Stouffer's. doors there was not room to turn C. E. Woods' pluce on Fiftli St.? There's around. The performance was not Big Prices For Tobacco. good money for their return. Gone the best ever given by local talent, The leaf tobacco market showed but thero were some excellent feasince Sunday. great strength and much animation tures. Mrs. Joo Willis, Squire All the pikes entering Winchester last week. The banner price for the Mrs. Vestol, Mrs. Frazee and are now free except the Winchester now crop was reached Thursday in Dan Breck were the best scholars in and Lexington and the Winchester and tho sale of two Clark county hogs tho class. Tho Master. Rev. Dr. Paris pikes. An offer of $10,792 was heads at $21.50 a hundred pounds Young, was at home thumping the made for tho Lexington pike. each. These are the highest prices bad boys with his d cano Don't buy j'our shoes until you see paid on any market rhis year. Large until he broke it in two over their Freeman Bros.' line; prices, S2, $3 and purchases aro being made in the coun- backs. Mrs. Tom Thorpe made her try by a big Western manufacturer. appearance in public for the second nov 1 m $4. Receipts are much below those of last time this season and scored a decided John Embry, of Richmond, pur- year. hit The proceeds, amounting to $170, chased of R. B. Crooks 41 fat cattle, Don't buy a suit or hat for your boy were for tho benefit of Madison Instiaveraging 1518 pounds, at $4.50 per. tute. without seeing Stoutfers. cwL, and from John McDonald 32 "Round-tri- p tickets will be sold by head which brought $4.35. These were Rev. John G. Pond Paralyze!. all agents of the Southerd Railway excellent cattle and were delivered Rer.'John G. Pond, a well known at rate of faro and d for the to Mr. Embry Monday Mt. Sterling citizen of Madison, was stricken with round-tri- p on December 22nd, 23rd, Gazette. paralysis at his home near Kirksviile 24th, 26th, and also on December 30th StoufTer eells clothing cheaper than last Tuesday, and at his advanced and 31st, 1897 and January 1st 1893 anybody. age, eighty-fou- r years, much appre- limited to return until January 4th, E.L. Sanders accepted a position hension is felt for his recovery. Mr. 1S98. in the distillery at Silver Creek Madi-bo- u Pond was Captain of Compauv A.-- I In addition to this, Holiday Rates county for which he give up his Hth Ky. Cavalry, U. S. A., and Col- will be granted to Students of Colschool after having taught four onel of a colored regiment. Ho has leges and Schools, upon presentation months in Dist. No. 27. Arnold Stnnley been prominent in tho affairs of Mad- of certificates signed by the Princiof Nicholasville is teaching the re- ison county, and his illness has pals of the Colleges and Schools, at tho maining one month. He began Mon- caused widespread anxiety and regret. same rate for tickets sold December day Mt. Lebeanon Uor. Jessimin. Clothing at prices never so low at ICth to 25th, 1897 inclusive, good to ire- Journal. btouners. turn until January ;4t,hr1808, 2 w tur-keylc- bs in Jassainine county, which will make Garrard surely Democratic."' All right, we will accept the annexa,-tiofor some of the best citizens Jessamine has. are from Garrard, and there is no reason why the precinct of Buckeye cannot bo mede the same way. But as soon as it is done our Democratic missionaries will be set to work among them and the Journal will now appoint J. W Mitchell and R. M. Hunter to do the work. Jassa mine Journal. The friends of Mrs. J F. Stone are notified that 6he is engaged in trimming for Mrs. Lucy Maun, on Main street, opposite Blanton's coal office. Ladies need no assurance that these fashionable milliners have no superiors in Richmond, and their prices and goods aro without a peer, n, chants counters and shelves are loaded with such adornments and would be glad to sell thorn as cheap as he It can get them in Cincinnati. The Hawcsville Plaiudealer's boom A. Mkkojiaxt. edition was a creditable issue indeed. Belle Boyd, The Woman Lecture. Spy A The mission of Hood's Sarsapanlla is to cure disease, and thousands of testimonials prove it fulfills its mission well. I'rutus Slay, the nemo boxer, knocked out Dave Johncon, another negro, at Lexington, in six rounds. '' Hi Tuesday, January 4th, 1898, Seven good mares, six good work mules, three good yearling mules, two weanling mules, one saddle gelding, 20 shoats, 3 tine brood sows and some cattle; one organ in good condition, fine tone; household goods, farming implements, wagon, buggy, surrey, steam crusher, been nsod but little, and other things. The above mentioned stock are in fine condition, fat and slick ready for the Southern trade, Kain or snow need not prevent you attending, the sale will be in a large tobacco barn. Hot coffee served at noon. Also we have l acres of good land to sell or rent in parcels. Sale to begin at 10 a. m., at our residence- - on the old Sam Mason farm, on Silver Creek and mile south of Mcnalans Turnpike, one-haHarris Flat ll sums over twenty dollars 12 months time at 6 per cent interest. lf eg-A- Fine Pat-tie- 's 29-G- -- sept-29-l- Ar-me- r. gold-heade- 17-- s;pt-29-C- m one-thir- sept-29-G- m .sept-jy-O- Tho Famous Woman Spy of tho Confederacy, Belle Boyd, lectured at Court House Thursday night before only a tolerably large sized audience, owing to the bad weather. At 8o'clcck a detachment of uniformed cadets with muskets, in command ot Lieut. Vestol, TJ. S. A., marched into the building with flying flags and beating drums. After numerous maneuvers the guns were stacked, tho colors draped and the boys stood "attention." Directly on the arm of Major General J. M. Poyntz, of this" city, the lady speaker walked down the left aisle and was received with.applause. She mounted the platform and surveyed the scene with evident pleasure. The glistening bayonets and newly uniformed cadets showed off to advantage, and made a good background for the superb specimen of womannood. Witnout a lengthy introduction but a pretty one, Dr. Poytz presented the "Woman Spy," whose first utterance thrilled her hearers for she spoke with marvelous power and directness, though a triflo too rapidly. For an hour she hold her audionco in pleased astonishment at her narratives of the Avar and her thrilling pereonal experiences. Born of soldierly ancestors, clear back to the days of Cromwell, and with her grandfather a soldier of tho American Revolution, bho declared it was a prouder heritage to have been tho daughter of a brave Confederate who was a personal friend of Lee and Jackson, than to bo a Colonial Damo or a Daughter of the Revolution! She spoke with an earnestness which was captivating and her stories of camp life, the march ana tho battle were thrilling in the extreme. Whilst paying unstinted homago to the heroes of the Lost Cause she did not underrate the bravery of tho Boys in Blue. As was well said by an orator at the unveiling of the Confederate monument at Chicago a few years ago, "to detract from the bravery of tho victors is to detract from tho valor of the vanquished." The audience must havo obtained a higher conception of tbo courage and the daring required of a woman who loves her country bettor than her life, aDd, too, thoy learned that the boys who went forth to battle with the dew of a woman's kiss upon their brows were no braver than those gentle creatures who stayed at homo and toiled and waited and watched oftentimes for the loved ones who never returned. Her description of tho battle of Gettysburg was superb. Her stories of hospital life were touching in tho extreme. A thousand letters homo she wrote for sick and dying men, of botli armies, tho Blue and the Gray. AH honor to Belle Boyd, may her days upon the' earth be many, and may the .memory of her daring deeds nevor fade from of men.- - c (he-mlqd- For 214no7 Troubles there is nothing better than Foley's Kidney Cure, everyone who tries it will agree to this Everybody Sayi So. Cascarcts Candv Cathartic, the most wonThe Plainde.der says Hawesville derful medical discoverv of the age. n and lcfrcslnnp to the taste, act gently wants a big hotel, a straw board factory and positively on J:idne s, liver ni'd bowels, and an electric light pi int. cleansing the entire system, disj-colds, euro licadnclie, fever, lialIU::il constipation Sam Anderson, Republican, won the biliousness. Pleaso buy and trv a box and 10, 2T. .'.0 cents. S'oldoxd contested election case for the oflice of of O. C. C. guaranteed to cure by all dru;. gists. Circuit Clerk in Ohio county. The Isam Lawson murder case is on trial at Barbourville. Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting inciDon't bolt your food, it irritates jour dent to these diseases is instantly allayed stomach. Choose dicestible food and by applying Chamberlain's Eye and chew it. Indigestion is a dangerous sick- Stan Ointment. Jlany very bad cases ness. Proper care prevents it Shaker havo been permanently enred by it. It is equally cfScient for itching piles nnd Digestive Cordial cures it. That is the a favorite remedy for sore nipples; long and short of indigestion. Now, the chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites question is: Have you got indigestion? and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Yes, if vou have pain or discomfort after Dr. Caily's Condition Powders, are eating, headache, dizziness, nausea, of- just what a horse needs when in bad fensive breath, heartburn, lango u r, condition. Tonic, blood purifier and They are not food but weakness, fever, jaundice, flatulence, vermifnge. loss of appetite, irritability, constipation, medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 etc. Yes, you have indigestion. To 3ents per package. cure it, take Shaker Digestive Cordial. The new waterworks plant at Frank The medicinal herbs and plantsof which lin is beiug constructed as rapidly as Shaker Digestive Cordial is composed, help to digest the food in your stomach ; material can be put on the ground. ' help to strengthen your stomach. When Don't Tcbacco Spit and Emuko Tour Life Away. your stomach is strong, care will keep it If you want to quit tobacco usiujr easily iiiaguutle, bo well, so. Shaker Digestive Cordial is for sale and forever,life mauovigor, strong, tako and full of new by druggists price 10 cents to $1.00 er tho tliat makes weak men strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. bottle. It of your 100,000 cured. Buy Over to enre, 50c or at Spring- drujrgist, under guarantee mailed Tree. Ad. The safe in the $1.(10. Booklet and sample field, was robbed. or New York. Sterling KemedyUo.,ChL-aeHenderson Y. M. C. A. brahch is in A Healthy Baby-'Mbaby was taken with eczema. I financial distress and needs $1,600 to began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and sae itself. giving it to her, and continued the medCAscArtETSStimulato liver, kidneys and icine for some time, when the disease bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. disappearred. She is now a healthy and 10c. mavl-lwell ueyeiopeu tnnu ana i teei l owe her restoration to health to Hood's Sar BANK RlEPORTS. saparilla." Sirs. J. L. Jeffries, Secn COIIDITION' OF THE REPORT OF THE Bank, at Richmond, in Guns, Ky. National the 8tate of Kentucky, at tie close of business, 1837. Hooil's Pills aro the only pills to take December 15, with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Cure all liver RESOURCES. dec-l-- m cas-ant GEN. A r. nmple e. LEE, '. SOLDIER, Citizen and Chribtian Patriot. GREAT NEW BOOK FOR THE PEOPLE. "' A i-- ri mX-- J A I t 1 LIVE ACENTS WANTED Emjiltre to sbo pign til ;tt tp thx. EXTRAORDINARILY LIBERAL TERMS. Salt-Rheu- m A. B. & it Ann E. Patrick. ruirvru-i Money can be made rapidly, and a vast amount of good done in circulating one ot the noblest historical works published during the past quarter of a century. 1CT11E IGLYTS ARE y Make Christmas day a bright, special era to some one by the gift of soatetaiag from our ch stock. We have never before offered goods at such prices. They are whhin the reach of the nuwt moderate buyer. Call, at least, to inquire. The Fairest Gem. We wouW not be if this advertisement reached the eye of some one who considered the fairest gem ot the season his sweetheart. A riHg or other pieees of jewelry would be a very seat expr esstea of such a feeling. Why not reap apfeaearefey conferring one? A glittering Show. Our cases present a, glittering array of all that is newest awl ehoiceat in the things which refined people pese3. The prices of many of things hi nothing short of these things is nothing short ef astounding. Tell us what you can afford to spend and in almost every case you can be suited at yoar own price. Try it . sar-pris- ed f .0W EEirOC 1 RICH HARDEST. rn ruininn rLruuixin UL4l-t-tf r- nanaan - A. D. SMITH FOR CHRISTMAS Caudies, Fruits, Kuts and Toys, lie is offering great Bargains. c, wondcr-worlte- r, A. Do Smith. c scpt23-3m a Some of our best workers are selling OVER ONE HUNDRED 33 J S A WEE. Mr. A. Q. Williams, Jackson county. Mo., worked four days and a half and secured 51 orders He sells the book to almost every man he meets. Dr. J J. Mawn, Muscogee county, Ga., sold 120 copies the first five days he canvassed. 11. C. Sheets, Palo Pinto county, Tex , worked a few hours and sold 16 copies, mostly morocco binding J. II. Hanna, Gaston county, N. C, made a month's wages in three days canvassing for this book. S. M White, Callahan county, Tex-- , is selling books at the rate of 141 copies a week. The Work Contains Biographical Sketches of all the Leading Generals, a vast amount ot Historical Matter, and a large number of Beaue Illustrations tiful It is a grand book, and ladies and gentlemen who can give all or a part ot their time to the canvass are bound to make immense sums of money handling it. AN ELEGANT PROSPECTUS. showing the different styles of binding, sample pages, and all material necessary to work with, will be sent on receipt of SO cents. The magnificent gallery of portraits, alone, in the prospectus is worth double the money. We furnish it at far less than actual cost of manufacture, and we would advise you to order quickly, and get exclusive control of the best territory. Address Full-Pag- D. F.The Main Street Jeweler. ARV1ER Coiinen W. P. Prewitt, Plaintiff, ale! post-ofli- ce rjtrutnjiruxnjiruxrijijxrinnrijijuiruinro ROYAL PUBLISHING decl5-6- Hth and Main Sts., RICHMOND, VA. CO., o y Notice to Creditors. JlMJy All persons having claims against the estate of Sallie S. Chrisman, dee'd , are hereby notified to present same to me at once properly W T. TEVIS, verified for payment. dcc22-4Executor. w k Chiton!.. I Notice of Sale against In Equity. W. A. Finnell, 4c., Def'ts- virtnre of a judgment and order of- - sale ot the Madison Circuit Court, rendered at the September Term thereof, 1897. in the above style cause, the undersigned will, on Friday, Dec. 24, '97, y For Rent! y frame building, with A nice on Irvine all necessary pike, and is known as tho Simmons place. Apply to decl-t- f Mrs. II. Ziejiajt. two-stor- $301, SIS 42 . Loans and discounts 9,833 IS Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 60,000 00 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation U. S. Bonds to secure U.S. Deposits. 73,000 00 2,310 CO . Stocks, securities, etc. Other real estate and mortgages 8,601 60 owned. Due from National Banks (not Re10,161 T2 . "sU vP-'-Ai may5 lyr serve agents) 279 75 Due from State Banks and Bankers 63,233 17 Fire destroyed tiie Excelsior Electric Due from approved reserve agents 2,500 00 Notes of other National Banks Light Works at Pert Huron, Michigan. Fractional paper currency, nickels 06 ES and cents Having decided to go West, I trill You need colors to make your home more Those Who Endure Lawful money reserve in bunk, viz: $14,800 00 Specie offer for sale on the premises, on tho Mrs. attractive for the Christmas festivities, yoa 6,000 00 20,800 00 Wm. Irvine farm, about one mile fiom . note3 .. pain of rheumatism should be re- Legal-tendTiie will find results satisfying. No trouble about Redemption fund with U. 13. Treas'r minded that a cure for this disease may 2,250 00 Richmond on (5 per cent, of circulation) the expense of it, for the cost is so slight you found in Hood's Sarsaparilla. The exDEC. 30, 1897, will scarcely notice it. Let us supply the paint 72 THURSDAY, $519,918 Total and you do the work or we will have the paint perience of those who have taken Hood's LIABILITIES. the following stock: applied for yon at a very small expense. .Sarsaparillc for rheumatism, and havo Capital stock paid in aged mules, 4 suckling mules, 1 Two .$200,000 00 ... Have recently received large shipments ot 2 plug horses, 1 40,000 00 five-ye- ar old horse, been completely nnd permanentlyjcured, .,! surplus iuna Window Glass an sizes from 8x10 to 40x90 Undivided profits, less expenses and ld farai.v horse. 1 prove the power of this medicine to rout inches all bought before the large advance in 4,309 71 . taxes paid. old cattle, 30 price all to be sold at a small profit. You 45,000 00 saddle mare 50 two-yeand conquer this disease. Hood's Sar- National Bank notes outstanding three-yiar-o1,288 03 yearling cattle, 25 heifers, 3 Due to other National Ban ts should see our nlco new line of Picturellonld-ing- s, 3,331 17 saparilla is the One True Blood Purifier Due to State Banks and Butters. e cows, 3 scrub cows, 1 Jervery small ones in all the new shades of Individual deposits subject to check. 180,661 20 calves, 1 and it neutralizes the acid which causes United States deposits 97 , t officers- - 72,233 53 sey cow, 5 sucklingbnsrgv and good bull, colors, Sx. 3,075 harnesj, 1 Remember we haven't many of the 10 cent Also 1 10 hogs the aches and pains of rheumatism. This Deposits of U. S. disbursing wagon and liarness, 3 grass papers left but what we have still go at 5 cents. -- l n.WS72 Total is it why absolutely cures when liniseed strippers, run one season, 10 ton Prices guaranteed to be lower than the lowest. KENTUCKY, ments and other outward applications STATE OFor iLunsox, J it ." clover hay and some bilo straw. A County Very respectfully, fail to give permanent relief. Ho euro to d number of, chickens and bronze turkeys. I, C D. Csknault, Casbio t of the statebank, do solemnly swear tiat the above Also m household and kitchen furnigot Hood's. lm ment is true U. the best oC ray knowledge uid ture. Everything must go regardless O. D. CHKNAULT, Cashier. bolter. Ji "Warrants were issued for the arrest of Subscribed nnd sworn to' before me this 31st of price. sab-rele ills. It factory "Webster may ge. an in the spring. "When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. Between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. to., and IX o'clock, a. m , on the premises in Kirksviile, Madison county, Ky, proceed to expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, the following described property, iu: 1 wltn appurtenances be--A L01 01 i.anUioneingtosame jn Kirksviile, Madison county, Ky., situated on the East side of the Kirksrille and Kentucky River pike and adjoining the lands of B, F. Tevis on the North and Mrs. Nannie Kelley on the South. Tssxs Sale will be made on a credit of six (6) months. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with good security, for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a replevin bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale, with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money Is 1 paid. decl5-2- w S. E. M. SCOTT. C M. C C. PUBLIC SALE, all 'ianos.-0w- s. It was ld four-year-o- ar the remark of a French Philosopher that "THE BEST THINGS IN THE WORLD ARE NEVER SAID." We haTe never told all the best things about ld high-grad- out rC J two-hor- se ..Pianos and Organs.. I am agent for the W. W. Kimball Co, ot Chicago, and am selling the best Organs and finest Pianos ever offered to the public for the; money. .Easy term to right psrtfcs. Call aati see me. Xca ssve you neaey. above-name- McCoy and Creedon. f s d.yMDecemocr.lW j try.a 10c. box of Cascarets. the , CQSbect Attest: Jnst WAIXBSBBN1 fineet'livdrjgnd, Ijowol regulator ever . ' . IT. B. DIXJiDfC r,w: K MOBitol " "' ' r. ," 300 acres of grass Blackwell fern?. MBBOHWS At same time and place will land, known, asitfie nt Geo. sejtt-ly- Iii. Ilgi&g, U - Vx . - -- k3S-fc- ' rt i VT. VJ..UA1KBB ij BfofcnoMlJry, -, If 309 r West MaiH Street. . W. P. Surics, 4tt-t- t -- O -- -i 3" OWP.a SaHdiag, IrriaeM, ?, - ii Wlx 1' 'St ::SADDLERY.:: Having Opened a WALTON PAINTS HIM SCARS AND ALL. BIGGEST VAT OF WINE JUICE WORLD. IN THE CHILDREN'S DAY. Bi Stanford Journal.' harness, cheaper All kinds of hand-mad- e than can be ought any where in Richmond. Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction 1 AtWalteuAibeix's Geo. White. Liverv Stablk. feb21-t- guaranted. f The Speefel Horses, The Finest Kigs. The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- 's John B. Thomj.80n is gettintrhimselt interviewed very frequently tof late and in each instance he takes occasion to say '.;'" Ph n i fit a that lie will sec thai Gov. McCreary is V not nominated for Congress if he has to run himself. In the Cincinnati Enquirer of a few days ago he calls the Governors straddier, who supported AT 216 EAST MAIN. the Chicago ticket in a perfunctory sort of a way, and that he am prepared to take all kinds in tho Demoiutends put some of second-han- d furniture, suck crats oftothe district heart giving them n by as clocks, bedsteads, mattress- chance between a straightout free silver es, bureaus, side-board- s, man and the straddier. It couchet., in fact anything 3'ou strikes us and every average want to dispose of in the line Democrat in this Eection at least that of furniture or old cast off Ir. Thompson, after Laving led the stoves. party to such disastrous defeat labt year, clothing, second-kan- d also do upkolstering, car- ought to exercise the wisdom of silence. The people of the district have shown riage top trimming-All work to very decidedly that they do not want him to represent them in Congress and order if he doubts it he has only to try conclusions with Gov. JdcCreary, in a priSATISFACTION GUARANTEED mary, to convince him that they don't respectfully solieita share need him and won't have him. There will be no committee manipulation next of your patronage. time and the man who gets the nominaM. BROCKMAN. tion will do so on his merits. We feel sept8-lkindly disposed to Mr. Thompson and 7ho can think would not say these things excent that some simple Wanted-- An Idea hlng to patent? he peisists in saying the things that are Pmtpt Tnnr tdni; thr TrntT liHn. vrai wealth. attributed to him. To be frank with Write JOHN WEDDEKBtJBN & CO, Patent Attorneys Waihlcgtdn. D. c, for their 413X) prite offer him, we say in all candor, that he could and llit of two hundred Inventions wanted. not be nominated for the office again, nor could he be elected if nominated. A great many Democrats voted lor him under protest last year, who say that nothing, not even pany allegiance, would make them do it again. In this connection the following from the Oncnsboro Messenger, edited by "National Committeeman Urey Woodson, an original free silver man, is appropri- .;A.SecondHafld r Philadelphia Inquirer. r Establishment half-heaite- d, I d Haifa million gallons of wino, all in one still, deep, red lake, are the features of this year'f, wino industry in California. The lake is the biggest vat in ell tho history of wino making. The fa mous great tun at Heidelberg held only 50,000 gallons. London boasted tanks twice as largo as Heidelberg, and in San ICniucisco is one which holds 150,0C0 gallons. Belore tliw huge underground cavern, at Asti, in Sonoma, where 500,-00- 0 gallons of grape juice is to take on sweetness and flavor, all former feats in storing ast quantities of wine aro insignificant. Poi one solid week two steam pumps forced into this reservoir a four inch stream of grape juice before it was filled and corked. For this huge storage tank is in reality a 6ort of Brobdignagian bottle, buried well underground to preserve it from changes of temperature flnd the heat of the sun's ras. Its construction was a sudden necessity. It unexpectedly became known less than two months ago that there was more grape juice in Sonoma vineyards than there was room to put it. The idea of a big concrete cistern was broached and quickly adopted, and in 45 days from the lime the first shovelful of earth was thrown out tho steam pumps began their task of filling it. An excavation 104 feet long, 34 feet wide and 24 feet deep was made in the ocky hillside of the Russian River, immediately behind the winery. Then a concrete lining two feet thick was plastered over the bottom and sides and the under side of the cover, with its 15 steel girders. Xext this entire surface was covered with a lining of pure cement and then this was glazed to the impermeability of glass. The reservoir was covered with three feet of earth, and when the winter rains begin the grass will grow green and fresh above the red depths of this well of wine. The lwttom of the lakeis a little above that of the wine cellar beside it, and after the 5100,000 worth of grape juice shall have ieposed, sw eeteniug and enriching itself in the underground reservoir for three months, it will be run ofl by tbe gravity through pipes into the 25,000 gallon wooden tanks in which it will he aged before being placed in barrels and shipped. The cost of this big glazed bottle reset voir was $7,500, although the fact that the sand and gravel for the cement were ready at hand in the bed of the Russian River, and cost nothing, lessened the expense by nearly one half. six-inc- I , mattresses. I renew y FIDES TOUDO -- HSDBUGL- tention, The Cheapest Prices, Telephone Your "Cousin," ate: John B. Thompson, who was defeated for Congress by 2,4S0 last year in the Eighth district, which McCreary carried six times without great difficulty, threatens to run again next year to prevent McCreary from receiving the nomination, knowing that the latter would I represent two of the most not enter into a scramble for it. There reliable Insurance Companies 6eems to be quite a widespread feeling in the United States and re- in the Eighth district that McCreary is spectfully ask for a share of about the only Democrat who can safely your patronage. carry the district, and therefore a disposition to concede him the nomination if ROCK, S. he is willing to take it. There is not Sec. Street, Vp Stairs). 26i much encouragement to believe that Mr. Thompson could win. His own ONE OF TWO WAYS. fiiends say this. He ought to do nothThe bladder vas created for one pur- ing which would appear to be insuring pose, namely, a receptacle for the urine, the election of a Republican in that disand as such it is not liable to any form trict next year. of disease except by one or two ways. NEW YORK FASHIONS. The first way is from imperfect action of the kidneys. The second way is from Pink leads for evening gowns. careless local treatment of other diseases. Caracul is is a favorite fur this season. Basques have disappeared from recepCHIEF CAUSE. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy tion govus. Flowered arhes lead. Apis the chief cause of bladder plication passementaries show colored troubles. So the womb, like the blad- iris designs and cats' eyes. der, was created for one purpose, and if Figured gauze gowns are dainty for not doctored too much is not liable to evening toilets. weakness or d'seae, except in rare cases. Immense tie3 of plaited material, It is situated back of and very close to caught by a wire in the centre, are in the bladder, therefore anv pain, disease vogue. or inconvenience manifested in the kidPlain materials are enriched by elabo neys, back, bladder or urinary passage is rate trimmings. often, by mistake, attributed to female Reversible capes are a novelty. weakness or womb trouble of some 6ort. they are of rich, black fur with Tne error is easily made and may be as costly brocade silk lining, so artistic easily aoided. To find out correctly, ally put in that it may be turned outset your urine aside for twenty-fou- r ward for evening wear. (The furside is hours; a sediment or settling indicates displayed by daylight.) A high de kidney or bladder trouble. The mild Medicis collar, furred on both sides, and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kil- finishes the garment at the neck. mer's Swamp-lioothe ureal kidney and Ladies w l:o cannot w ear w ide ties w ith bladder remedy, is soon realized. If you becomingness, will adhere to the stock need a medicine you should have the collar with frill in back best. At druggists fifty cents and one While flounced skirts hae not caught dollar. You may have a sample bottle on to any great extent, yet when they and pamphlet, both snt free by mail. are chosen, the ruflles are put on in the Mention the Climax and send your ad- moat complicated manner possible. dress to Dr. Kilmer & Co., liiuhamtou, A choice lioliday trinket is a tiny X. Y. The proprietors of this paper gold fan chain holding a very small e guarantee the genuineness of this offer. fau, depending from the right of the belt. THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. The Liliputian Bazar is a wonder-lau- d of wonderful things for boys and Long Troubles and Ccnsumplon Can be girls and babies, this Christmas time. Best & Co. have outdone themselves in Cured. the infinity and beauty of holiday proAn Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist visioning. But they always have a Makes a Free Offer to Our Headers. bountiful showing at all times and seasons. Mothers who will send four cents The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. in stamps for their big catalogue will Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a and absolute cure for Consumption fintl it a pictured revelation of pretty (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn things for their darlings. coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline Transparent goods over colored silks and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting away, will send THREE FHEE are much in vogue for evening wear. BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries to anv afflicted reader of the Climax Evelyn Cable. writing for hem. His "New Treatment" has cured thousands New York is fast losing its supremacy permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering as a commercial port, says an exchange. humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. This decadence is due to the monopoly Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for of the railroads and the discrimination years, has produced results as benificial to against the city. It is a fact that a ton humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius. His assertion that lung troubles and of merchandise can be sent from Jersey consumption are curable in any 'climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," City to Chicago for less than it can be filed in his American and European laboratories in thousano t Irom those cured in all parts sent from Philadelphia to New York, of the world. only the distance. The railMedical exper concede that bronchial, chest and lung tnnales lead to Consumption, roads control the Legislatures, and until which, uninterrupted, means speedy and certhe highways of commerce are owned tain death. Simplv write to T. A. Slocum, M. C, 98 Pine by the nation, we shall see cities fall, com street. New York, giving postoffice and express monwealths ruined, merchants bankaddress, and the free medicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant advanrupted, and the nation enfeebled, in ortage of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer der that a few gigantic corporations ma jly7-lin the Richmond Climax. become immensely wealthy. Insure your homes and business pi'opertj against The Favorite Stable. Fire 0 Tornado. P. B. BROADDUS, Hunlej 'E Old Stand. No. 26. UEU. W. KlIiEY 33 'If there Is one day in tho year which rightly belong to the young it is Christmas Day," whites Edward W. Uok in the Christmas Ladies' Home Journal. 'It should be given over to them, therefore, without stint or reservation. And I think sometimes that parents do not al ways understand this. It is right and ail essential that lcstriclions upon the .imuseiueuts of tho young should prevail in every home. Hut Christmas Day is the one day when tliPto barriers ought to be lifted, and the young gives free play. No wholesome liberty nor indulgence should be withheld from a boy or girl on that day. What of it, my dear friend, if fcuuli liberties do mean a tear here, or a broken chair there Suppose the boy is paitictilarly noisy on Christ mas. What of it? 1V11 mo, if yon can, a belter sign of strong youth healthy tlian the noise from a boy's lung! Suppose he does throw himself, or even jump or stand, on your best lounge, or soil or rumple your pet tidy! Passover it, don't notice it, let the boy have I1L1 Christmas Day. And if the little girl does insist upon putting her sticky can dy fingers on your dress, what of it? Let her romp and tear all over the house. Give her the joy of feeling that for one day the house is hers in every nook and corner of it. Let her put her smut chy little hands on the white paint or wall. 1 know a home, my dear woman, where the marks of four little smutchy fingers may be seen any day on the white paiut of a door, and Ihey are treasured about the costliest ornaments in that houso. Nothing could induce the mother of that home to wipe ofl" those fingers marks, and gayly would her heart sing if the little fingers that put them there could make others all over thedoors and windows of that house. Let each one of us who can, give freedom and zest to the dearest treasurers of of the Christmastide; the young barbarians ot our homse. God bless them, I say. May each child in this land of ours have a Christmas Day this year fashioned after its own heart.' REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR. Planters uEiiri Female Regulator Up y ?K PLEASE TRY 1 W For all diseases peculiar to women and girls. Jj W It Tones up the Nerves, Improves tbe Ap- - D (V petite. Enriches the Blood, and gives Life. W 0 Health and Strength. It Is the ! QUEEN OF TONICS ! vtimt fjf 1 sale wrnCCi orPills with each bottle. For price by W by w sent direct upon receipt of all dealers $ New Spencer Med. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. 5J CDCC I TBE COMPLZXI0N CZTJLR. A bottle of " Monthly " Regulating (J SJ m SPECIAL TREATMENT: in cases requiring special treatment, address. giving symptoms. Ladles' fledlcal De- partment. Advice and book on Female Diseases, with testimonials, free. UBIES' CANDY CATHARTIC 10c 25c. 50c. sepUv-i- y )K )K ALL For Sale and Recommended by decS-l- y DRUGGISTS. 34 PERRY & THOMAS. 9m eat aa .............................................. Everybody Knovs otf fpvAjj v&Qjr . 9 :- aU 9 pTQ s.c.. (liw Ctni il Jr B(j Those New Wraps m ARE BOTH STYLISH AND BEAUTIFUL, t n kJ KS S ..9 '.90 9 Will birr one of OUR FAMOUS SUITS that are well made and will do you as much good as one of many more dollars. Will buy one of our FAMOUS MELTON ULSTERS or one of BEAVER OVERCOATS that are well worth dollars more than we ask. 151 x..V t ii'i Nobby Dress Goods Kfl $7 iuU nil Buys "one of our CELEBRATED SUITS or one of our CELEBRATED ULSTERS that you hear so much talk about. And many New Trimmings, Pleatd Chiffons. Velvets, Braids, &c. h R je2-l- y Shelbyrille, Ky., Recommends Wright's Celerv Capsules. Shelbyville, Kv., May 26, '96. To Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: Gents I have purchased a box of Wright's Celery Capsules from G. N. Middelton. dracist, and used them for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti pation and found that they u.ive me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Yours very trulv, 0Geo. W. Rilev. Of kid-ne- js - Failing Mem orj, Impoteacj, Slex1tMtnes etc, canwd by Abase or other Kxcea&ee and Indir Thry quickly ami surely crwtion. Lost "Vitality in old or young and m a man ior tin ay, oosinew or marriage. l'rernt Insanity And OnnKHrnrlinn if kna ID limn. Tneire Khnv lmmeiiut imnmrr. mem and e&tset a VUE where all other fail In-They aioa harlne he geccine Ajax Tablet have cared thojfcandsand will care too. Aeeive e written graramm to effect a care CO PTC in each cat or refund the money Price vU UIOi xr e rt apo-ltiv- MADETABLETS POSITIVELY ME A MAN AJAX aix.rrou inae ( t RE dents. The Best Salve in the world for Really bad people never die. If they Sores, "Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever do die the' are never buried. If thev Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil- are buried they have no tombstones. blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, If they do have tombstones the tomband positively cures Piles, or no pay re- stones lie. quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect If beaten were full of windows every satisfaction or money refunded. Price one on the side away from the Lord 25 cents per box. For sale by Perry & would be jam full of women watching to Thomas Drug Store, Successors to "W. see what their husbands were up to on G. White. dec!5 ly earth. New York Press. Cuts-Bruise- Buckicn's Arnica Salve I wish I could take my whiskers off and fan myself with them. Women always think their babies' feet are so pretty because they are used to seeing their own. No man ever refused to let his wife wear bloomers. No wife who cared what her husband said ever wanted to. If women wore as manv pins when they went shopping for bargains as they do when they have men come to call on them there would be lots of fatal acci- $10.00 If you want to sp.end as mueh, we will show you a SUIT or an OVERCOAT that will astound vou. WHITE GIBSON Low Price Makers. You will want your son a Suit or an Overcoat, you can't afford to miss looking at ours. We can fit a boy from 3 years old up to any age. Our Suits at $1.00, $1.505 iOxxv Overcoats at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.50, $5.00 $2.00, $2.50 for children. Our Suits for bors or are world beaters. 4 Boots and Shoes that we young men at $4.50, ) 5.00, sell for $1.25, $1.50, $2, t COO. $2.25, $2.50 are such goods that you have been paying more money for. Leaders in Ladies" r urnibhinirs. ttH33f CH5KB L& u-- ("K3 Tg5i&TffirjK-lyTur3jff- r J ! Usu-all- -, BIMETALLISM BETRAYED. There is not in Mr. pck&ct:t or six rkfr fn1! treatment) for mail, in plain wrapper upon receipt of LS0L By (Exchange.) Bryan's advocacy of the Monroe doctrine. In a speech delivered in Mexico City, he said: "I might suggest another reason for the interest I feel in the Mexican Republic. Mexico, as well as the United States, is interested in the Monroe doctrine, which was promulgated for the purpose of preventing the extension of mouarchial institutions upon the in AJAX REMEDY CO., For sale in Richmond Herndon Ky ty$?E fab3-l- y Circular by Hagan A EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS' t, 1!ZHmQ Arrone rending a nfcclrh and description may qnjcklr ascerta'n our opinion free whether an Invention tsprobablr patentable. Commnnicn. tions rtnctlj conadentlal. Handbook on Patents sent tree. Oldest apency for tecunnp patent. Patents taken throuch Jlunn &. 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KUPERHOOD, Agt. land, Lancaster and, 10:10 -- Sh KrliMlnla In TASTmniNiv SOUTHERN RAILWAY. nfit llm I y Ik W. . gi US KKNTHCKY S. 1807. Ko.3. 7 9 07pm Bio. if 20 YEARS i: W1 aM ,H Sf H IN OHIO. I.miistilln vllto. Ar Sl.i-ltAr lArcuvflt'z Ar Ar F7v n .. . No. 1 I No.5. I 7 Ciami 4 OSpm y Nam! 5.40ptn, lanoum, aSDjim, 10.21am "No-- The Leading Specialists of America la.Vam "SUpm 1033pm 0.52pm10apm 9 50pm No. 4. 4.40am I.v Ar WrM'lli-N- . Ar !t'miipir Ar Ar ImUvllli- - ... .. ...... 7JTamJ RlHtim; Sal 4.20ptn 250,000 Cured. COOam U.HUui, lOSkim, 7.S0pm 77atn 5.10pm' fi.2lam nr.pm WECURESTRICTURE Thousands cf yonng and miJJlo-agcmenare troubled withthis disease many unconsciously. Ihcy may have a smarting sensation. nMJ, twisting stream, sharp cutting pairs at times, ilight discharge, difficulty in commencing, weak organs, emirion, end ail tho symptom? of nervous debility they havo SLK1C-TUUd E. President McKinley's messages to Congress will be an interesting State paper, but the report of the Wolcott bimetallic commission, which will doubtless accompany that message, will be far more interesting. Over 13,000000 voters expressed themselves at the last Presidential election as in favor of international bimetallism. The 7,000,000 votes for McKinley were directly given in that interest, while the 0,000,000 ballots cast for Bryan and independent action included international bimetallism as the greater in cludes the less. Oulj 130000 votes were given to the cause of gold monometallism, and yet the wishes of 13,000,000 people were disregarded, flouted, scorned and made ineffective by the faithless act of President McKinley. Never in the history of any nation has a leader, chosen upon acred pledges, proved more false of his obligations than McKinley. His act in sending a message to Congress demanding monetary "reform" along the lines laid dow u by the Indianapolis convention, when his commission was making excellent headway toward securing the consent of England to international action in fayor of bimetallism, was a breach ot faith so monstrous that falsehood was a new personification in the name of McKinley. Are tho people of the "United Staies so stupid, so docile, so cowardly, so servile as to submit to such stupendous treachery ? Will they accept the dictatorship of a man who breaks his plighted faith at the dictates of an insignificant minority because his office was bought with money and he has become the puppet of the money power? But for McKinley's message to Con giess advocating gold monometallism, his bimetallic commission would have achieved a substantial success in EngAt a Cabuet council at Madrid, Preland. The gold clique saw and feared mier Sagasta discussed President this, pnd goaded McKinley into an act of message and declared that in the event of the United States interven- the deepest and blackest dishonor. When the YVolcott report is made ing in Cuba the Government would be public there will be trouble for some'prepared to defend the rights and honbody. Tho facts of the case are well or of Spain." enough known now, but the official The woman sanction of a formal report will make TVho wears an them plain to tho 13,000,000 voters who of good have been betrayed and trifled with by health protects herself against the man elected to carry out their Em-puone-thir- d i Give Us f 'IJ -- , A c?v Hr Autumn Leaves PW re rs It is now time to discard that old pair of Western Hemisphere. The United States and Mexico will hold up the torches of freedom before the nations of the world to prove that the governments derive there just powers from the consent of the governed, and not from the rights of hereditary power.'' The newspapers all publish artices eulogistic of Mr. Bryan, bidding him welcome to Mexico. One journal calls him "a heroic and popular oung tribune of the American people." Lexington Argonaut. Agricultural Commissioner Moore has heard that persons in Kentucky have for pets some Australian rabbits. He says he has no doubt that they are innocently imported, and that their owners hnve no idea there is danger in them' but that it is difficult to exaggerate the danger of this foreign pest escaping, running at large in a few years becoming plentiful in this countiy. They multiply, he says, with exceeding rapidity, and are very destructiye to fruits and crops Australij, he says, has spent fortunes in trying to rid its agricultural districts of what has become a national pest. I LOOK 1 Hats & j mum. In Large Ihil' 1 I i anety unMuner SSTXiet us help Shoesd 1 1 You are probably trying to make up your mind where to buy your next pair. in this by asking you to call n and examine the most complete line of FALL at WINTER SHOES ever before shown in Richm... 1 M It II 1 Ca Eveiything that is worn by men or boys. x U t 1 Phone, No. 21. Freeman ros, s2g;gs?z:r-:syy?5l II I II Q . 3 V Ifcs Headache bad? Getllr. Miles' Pain Pills. First Strfi-t- v .y H. mayS ly J. Read our advertisements. REMOVAL. Dr. Valantine H. Hobson. of 1, ville, will remove his dental tli Richmond, Ky., on December I for the practice of dentistry. Hi door to Custom House. i " n- STRENG ffie If It's Christmas Presents You Want 9 The Clothier, The Furnisher, The Shoer, The Hatter. 11 ar-tn- or Trains Siv. 1. 2, 5 and 0 carry Tree Observa. tlim (linir Cars. KASTIMinSIl WESTBOUND. Nn 4 tf.iin JlSa u" IPpm 7.30am pml 7 20am 7 4iif-.- i 1.ASTIHIITKII WESTnODND No 15. t.VnjSi ktatioss. No. l&tNo C8r 4 iriini 7 4.xim I.v Tulsvll Ar,10.50am 7 30pm &4imii SMI.imArSIieIbvIlArO.Uam 5.56pm ld;i.im Ar Vvrsllcs Ar' 7.5!pm 4 lSpm 7 lijHii l Idim Ar Midway Ar! 7.35am 7 I'tSpm Ar UoorKtn Iv) 7.0aam. 3.00pm CASTItOUM). WESTBOtrSD. Tno. i. fN'o. sTT statioss. tNa a'tNa 2. 7.4San 4.6pmll,r Louisvil ArIIO50am 7.30pm jaiiin aiiiin Lv VursUes Ar ".Kara 4.40pm lliiijiii 7Xjnn ArNichlvill Ar a58am 3.50pm ll.'-pc:tujiin Ar Klchmnd Lvj C.05am i25pm 4 7tmi aat)fl 7 I, IiuNvil Ar wmtmi Ar station's. ;Xa 12. 'Na 11. Hir.l.im ArllarudsbgAr II ttltm Ar Uurgin. Ly 7.3Upm IttSOam .S.05pm: aatom absorbs tho stricturo tissue; hen eo removes thestricturo permanent ly. can cccr return. No pain, no sufferIt ing, no dotcntion from busincFZ by our method. Thccxnatorganareitrcngth-cned- . Thn ncn cs aro invigorated, and the bliss of manhood return;. Thousands of yocrg and inhldlc-agemen are having their sexnal ligor and vitality continually fapped by this disease. They a'o frequently unconscious of tho cause of theso symptoms. General Weakness, Unnatural Discharges, Failing Manhood. Nervousness, Poor Jlem-orIrritability,at time Smarting Sen- sauon. riunkcn Aires, with dark circles. Weak Back, General Depression. Lack of Ambition, Varicocele. Shrunken I'art. etc titEET nn I STBICTL'KU maybelhecaucc. Don't consult family doctors, us tbey have no experience in theso rpocial disrates don't allow Quacks to experiment on yoiu Consult SeciaIisU. who bavo made a lif o study of Diseases of ilen and Womon. OarNEW METilOU TKUAJMKNT trill cure Ton. Ons thousand dollars for a casa. we nccci't for treatment r.nd caunotca-cTerms moderate turn cure d y. rori-tivc- ly Don'tlctdociorjcxpcrinienton you, by cutting, stretching, or tearirg you. 'Ihiswillnntcnreynu.nsitwillrc-turn. Our EV JllTlIlOU TllEAT-A1KN- T Jflll almost alt the ordinary ills and troubles that beset her sex. The takes wishes. WOMEN WHO SHOULD NOT MARRY. WECURE SLEET iurpm KTATIOK-4- lAr Irvine Lvl... No. .1 ' 1. Lv IHJisulti-- - Arleinirwn Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Lv Ar KiMttvili Aom-vIi- .. Ka lbpm 3. I ....... ... .. Savannah Jr hsonvllle t'hatuuKHsa Atlina Maoin ......... J.n !lk t 'attanrosa Id mmiliutn nJ-ja ... .......... .. ..... Ar NwW Orleans No I carries Free Chair car Louisville to Lexington, there connecting wiUi Solid Vestibule Train carrying 1'uUman Sleeping Car to Jacksonville via Chattanooga; also to New Orleans. Ntt 3 rarriss Pullman Sleeper Louisville to Chattanooga, also Lexington to Jacksonville via Hot Spring. 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Tf"to!'.II;c rttterUKr. :iJCZ9AHAESHAKlAKir aajlS-l-y -- health of her womanly - self, who is careful that the organs that constitute womanhood are always well and strong-- , will be happy in her wifehood a capable in her motherhood. The best and most-use- d of all medicines f o r women is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It acts directlv upon the delicate feminine organism. It makes- it strong and healthy. It cures all weakness and disease. It prepares a woman for her greatest mission, motherhood. It does away with the usual discomforts of the expectant period. It insures the health of baby and makes its advent easy and almost painless. Over 90,000 women have testified to its wonderful virtues. More of it is sold than of all other medicines for this purpose combined. Womenwhowant to knowmore about it should write to its discoverer, Dr. E. "V. Pierce, chief consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y. " The best doctors in Kansas City told me that unless I went to the hospital acd had an opera-Uo- n performed I could not live," writes Miss 3roohie Galloway, of Wilder, Johnson Co., Kans. "I had ulceration acd weakness, acd each month I would get down in bed and suffer severely for twenty-fou- r hours. I could not keep anythlngou my stomach for five minutes at a time; I have taken four bottles of your 'Favorite Prescription and am now well. I owe it all to your medicine. cheerfully recommend it to an? suffertnz I candid." as I Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are a safe, sure, speedy and permanent care for constipation. They never gripe.. One is a. gentle laxative, &nd two a mui ntWartic. All1 proper care of the woman who (Philadelphia Times.) W . - n-- Kcatcuu ataien, The woman who j)roudly declares that she cannot even hem a pocket handkerchief, never made up a bed in her life, adds with a simper that she has 'been in society ever since she was fifteen." The woman who would rather nurse a pug dog thnn a baby. The woman who thinks eIio can got $5,000 worth of style out of a $1,000 salary. The woman who wants to refurnish her house every spring. The woman who buys for the mere pleasure of buying. The woman who doe3 not know how many cents, halve?, quarters, dimes and nickels there are in a dollar. The woman who thinks that men are angels and demigods. The woman wno would rather die than wear a bonnet two seasons old. The woman 'who thinks that the cook and the nurse can keep house. The who thinks it is cheaper to buy bread than to make it. Tbe woman who buys brie for the parlor and borrows kitchen utensils from her neighbors. The woman who wants certain things just because ' other Tfomea"Iiavo them. The woman" who thinks she is an ornament to 'iter sex'if in mm a pro"- -' grseeive ewjliie prized Jl-ac -- a. guuueinan irom lveene toiu a reAnd none others with them porter of a certain novel method of compare. All the novelties stealing coru which is in vogue in that A complete line of everything usually found in a first-clas- s in. neighborhood. Acting upon the suppoharness shop, and at prices never before equaled in sition that the cornfield is being guarded GOLD, Harness, Saddles, Whips, Lap the thief enters upon "all fours." Richmond. SILVER, Rugs, at all prices, just to suit the purchaser Reaching the shock he carefully works PEARL: his way into the center, where there is We have employed Mr. Joe Batson, of Winchester, and expert saddler, who can make any kind of saddle needed, and commonly a cavity, and there begins to fill his sack. Having shucked all be we only ask your inspection to convince you. We buy for can carry, he crawls out, and until the cash and sell for cash, not charging enormous prices to make farmer goes to shuck and haul his corn up for lost debts. We also make a specialty in repairino-Giv- e and finds only fodder, ho is none the In Abundance. us a call. RICHMOND HARNESS CO wiser. Lexington Herald. 107 East Main St. Drawing Room Lamps, FinT. M. ' & novl7-l- 7 Gov. Bradley has the grit to utter est Ladies.' and Gent's thee words, which have the bark on Umbrellas what makes a Courtly Court Days. them: "State troops will be furnished prettier present? & CiociiiiUi whenever and wherever judges refuse Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. DIAMONDS, WATCHES guards or the guards' power is insuffiRichmond, Madison county, first Monand CLOCKScient, provided the citizens can be found day. In Effect March 1, 1897. who have the nerve to ask for them. Lexington, Fayette county, second At all prices. DAILT EXCEPT SUNDAY. The law shall be enforced if there is Monday. power enough iu Kentucky to enforce Stanford, Lincoln county, second MonEAST BOUND. it. at whatever tho cost." day. a.m. p.nu Lve Frankfort 6 30 3 00 Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon- Arr Elkhorn, 6 45 The Court of Appeals decides in a 3 20 Swiaer . 651 day. 332 novl7-6' Stamping Ground .Lexington case that to be legal, marri7 02 34S Duvalls. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. 7 C8 353 ages must be solemnized or contracted Geo ntetown... 7 20 4 15 Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Lve Georgetown. in the presence of an authorized person SCO 430 A lifAcnnandrirrETrMATESi relieved Arr Nentown. 12 Dr. JUles Nervo Plasters. 4 42 or society, and unless they are so sol- Monday. " Centreville. 8 22 4 52 Winchester, Clark county, fourth " Elizabeth.- . 8 2S 4 68 ' emnized, they are absolutely void. " Paris 8 40 5 10 There can be no such thing as a legal Monday. WEST BOUND. Versailles, woodford county, fourth marriage by cohabitation and recognition a.m. p.m Lve Paris . 9 20 Monday. 530 in this State. Arr Elizabeth. 3 32 5 42 look, Etc, Etc, look: i Bridles, Wells, M'r'r Have Them, Cat Glass 123 ECONOMIST RAPES Fiaiirt laiim;. 1 E. E w I PALI 1 Roofing, Guttering and General Job Wurl. 4 . 8 DwIJjy cum is. its IBI EAST BQCND- - . The bill making appropriations for Alt druggists sell Dr. Miles' Korvo Plasters. 9 48 553 Georgetown 10 00 6 10 the legislative, executive and judicial Georgetown . 10 40 6 30 ,. A" Duvalls. 58 6 41 departments, of the government, for the ' Stamping Ground. NUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep 10 6 43 ' Swilzer year ending June COth 1899, has been 11 25 Constipation and Indi 659 sia, " Elkaorn. 1135 70S reported by the appropriations commit- gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. " Frankfort J 55 7 20 It tee. It amounts to 21,502,425, and proC. D. BEHCAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent vides for 10,000 salaries, when half the GEO. B.jHABPEB, Gen'l Supt. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Frankfort, Kentucky. members ought to be sufficient. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All New-town- " " " Lve CentrevUle. 93S r UOUIoli nTFi , in i 9. ru. VU P.M. A.M. 652 735 800 S13 8 30 5 25 to. II 5 43 Jil 1 0 D D rn r Ul III iit ..-- 10 . -U Time Table No. 31. Takinsr Effect Sar. day, December 5, 1S9G- - , iomsviuE, -- . KY. . 1st Class. 2d Class. No. 1 Xo. 3 No. 9 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex San l &...-- , ..- r I Tho Horso Koview published at Chicago, 111., is conceded to be the best truf Journal published in the interest of the trotting aud pacing- horse. It is natiional in its scope, all sections of the country being covered by its correspondents, and it keeps its readers thoroughly up to date in all matters relating to tho Industry. The Review's Chrismas 2? amber "will contain statistical information of great value, special contribution bv writors of nationalreputalion amlTvill be profusely illustrated, and this magnificent number, price which ia 25 cents a copy will bo sent free of chargtsf to every subscriber. Subscription-pric- e is $2 a year , or, $1 lor six months, and, free'sample copy will be seat airdrf application. Addre8s.jrhe;Hor8e3Re- nuuwvu Ck,. vUMaOTO. ratr. lWCI a "1IW . .,. ?' i ai.u-a.- 1 .- Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure. c. orsae Dy v. u. white, Druggist, RichocW-6mond, Ky. m MILES' cured ?S PILLS. "Oae cent by PAIN Wi Jeuralata a dose." FREE: faph n. ti f .. ni Mi Railway, iracaa .;:;;.. -- ai Flans. Nicholasville Talley View. Million .. Bichmond Versailles A.M. 10 22 11 02 Union Irvine. Moberley Brasafield. 1. 12 P.M. 12 13 1S 1126 1141 1153 820 850 10 10 10 10 6 43 9 15 00 05 25 40 Timeof Trains at Winchester. Ky. Mt. Panola 12 30 12 36 - WESTBOTmn. 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