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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1897 ric1897122901_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. n& t THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. VOLUME ' l . . Hi, . i 4 XI. MR. BRECKINRIDGE'S ABLE DEFENSE OF THE CIVIL SERVICE LAW. RICHMOND, either on their part or that of their parents, obtaiued fairly good educations who have their own living to make by their own labor, who have fitted themselves to do life's work well ; and the country is far more in need of them and their intelligent labor than they are of the country. To obtain the services of the most intelligent of our young men and women who are annually turned out of our common schools and hiirh schools would be of inestimable benefit. To hold out to the children of our mechanics, artisans, farmers, of our professional men who live on their incomes, and who generally leave nothing behind, that there is open to them this honorable livelihood, obtainable without the loss of self lespect and without humiliation is to give to them an inducement to prepare themselves for life, whicli would make many of them competent, many more than there is places for them to fill. All this is known and appreciated by the great majority of our citizenship, and those politicians who believe that it is popular to make a crusade against the principles of the Civil Service are mistaken. The galleries may applaud, the politicians on the floor may seem to indorse the rabid and foolish utterances of these Representatives, but when even those who thus seem to applaud come to vote by a "aye and nay" vote and to put this on record, it will he found that many of the Representatives will shrink before what they know to be the true popular sentiment of their district. There is no partisan side to this discussion. If there be any political principle involved in it, it is a Democratic principle. It goes along with universal suffrage. The principle involved is that even" free citizen who is competent shall have an opportunity to receive an appointment to the public service; that the only true grouud for appointment to ollices is competency, and the mode in which that competency is to be ascertained is a mere matter of detail. It may be possible, therefore, that the Civil Service law and rules need amendment, but the law will never be repealed, and the party that undertakes to repeal it will not be given power. non-partis- MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, LETTER. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, vY i? S11 L897. T7at jC? - NUMBER 30. Bi "Saved Her Life." Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. WALTER FORRESTER'S ri? Y t vVTva 1 f r?Y?y. YJFkla w ! TjPTT?Wi ti Y f g?tf i f uTTCw P?'Ti Lexington Herald. B strate that he is an unscrupulous ward bummer, render doubtful, if not criminal, services, do the dirty work of a party, blackmail those whose dirty work he has done, and by means of which he has been elected, to obtain public position. He may bean independent gentleman ; rases of tbn hp.irt and Ei&r Health clean and pure in his political lite, and nerves free Address, free from any obligation to unscrupulous DE. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. tohtieiaus, and yet have an opportunity to enter the public service. It is the PROFESSIONAL CARDS. most Democratic system in the true sense of the 'word ''Democratic," for it gives opportunity to every one of the MISS MILURKI) GULIIEX. people by virtue of his own ability, intelligence and character to obtain public STL0.RAP1IER AND position. It is a curb to the machine of TYPEWRITER. the politicians. It limits their market Kentucky. both of purchasing and of selling. The Itll IIMOND, j"ff Office adjoining .1 .R. liurnani't. oilices within the Civil Service law and rules cannot be put up for barter and sale. The support of the venal, the ATrOElTSTS. corrupt and the incompetent cannot be had by the promise of these offices. D W. MILLER. Men must pay in solid money for the Attoexey-at-Ladirty work which was formerly paid for kentucky. richmond, by promises ot position. Those who Office in the Burnam Iluilding, next door to are not competent to obtain elective ollifeb3-lFarmer's National Hank. ces save by corrupt means are unanimously against the Civil Service. Those C P. BCRKAM. W. S. MOBERLET. who cannot obtain otfice through the n'JRNAM MOBERLEY. Civil Service, that is, who have not the necessary intelligence and proper Attorseys-at-Laqualifications, but who might obtain it RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. as the reward for doubtful services, are Office in Burnam Building, recently occu- unanimously against it. Rut the great pied by A It. Burnam. niajoritv of those citizens who do not seen public ollice, who are not applicants for public places, and who desire the public service to be prooerly filled by Attorney-at-Laproper men, are in favor of this system. - - KENTUCKY. They may not be in favor of all its deRICHMOND, Office over Taylor's Hardware fctore, op-- tails. It may be that it needs icvision. isito Court House, on Main Street. It is possible that within its rules are some ollices w Inch might more wisely II B- Hoii'i, be exempted ; and that the president is correct that there arc some ollices not ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentccky, within its rule that may hereafter be Rl wisely placed within them. The principle involved in the Civil fifli.e o. 13 First Su upstairs. Service law is that every citizen in America shall have an opportunity by GRANT H. LILLY, nieaiib of voluntary application and of.1 TTORNEY-- T LA W, ficial examination to show himself comKentccky. petent to fill the clerical and other ollices Richmond, ; which are in their nature i Mire S. W. corner Main and Second and if he demonstrates his competency streets up stairs. Will practice in all so as to outstup his competitors he shall the courts of Madison and adjoiuinj thereby have an opportunity to receive counties and Court of Appeals. an appointment, 'and when he has received this appointment solely because D. M. CITENAULT, J. C. & of merit, lie shall be protected in the ATTORNEY'S AT LAW, ollice and not discharged for political Kentucky. reasons. This principle practically and Richmond, propel ly applied, carried out in a practiOtfice on Second street, over Chen-- a cal manner by feasible rules, w ould in the u It's grocerj. end fill all the ollices within the system with competent officers. The service PHYSICIANS. would be a most excellent service. The public interest would be subserved. The DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, hest interests of the people would he Kentucky thus guaranteed, and these ollices would Richmond. be removed from mere partisan politics anil could not be used to buy and sell V Telephone at office and residence. elective offices. It is absurd as well as unprincipled to say that a principle like DR. H. R. GIBSON, this, properly applied can build up an g class. The PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, aristocratic Kentucky. vacancies must constantly be filled from Richmond. the most capable, and they who succeed in such examinations arc necessarily OtGce in the Joe Cc.lini building, iS and o Second Street, over Wnue .old drueJtore. not of the aristocratic class. If there be such a class in America as an aristoCHAS. HOOKER, cratic, they do not as a rule apply for examinations to qualify them for such T ETERINARY SURGEON, positions. These applications come alOntario Veterinary College. Graduate most entirely from the young men and Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. women who have with some sacrifice, Veterinary tg-rVUIea -- and at the end of four months, in spite cf all physicians, friends and good nursing could do, my lungs heart and nervous system were so completely wrecked, my life was despaired of, my friends Giving mo up. 1 could only sleep by the nso of opiates. My lungs and heart pained mo terribly and my cough was most aggravating. I could not lio In one position but a short tlmo and cot on my left sldo at all. My husband brought me Dr Miles' Nervine and Ileart Cure and I began taking them. When I had taken a half bottle of each I was much better and continuing persistently I took about a dozen bottles and was completely restored to health to the surprise of all " Dr Miles' Eemcdlcs are sold by all drugM gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or money ro- - JOHN WALLET, of Jefferson. than whom Bono Is more highly esteemed or widely knotrn, writes. "In 1SJ0 1 had a scrcro attack of LaGrippo MKS. The attack made by Gen. Grosvenor in the House upon the Civil Service law and the cordial indorsement jihen to it by Mr. 'Wheeler, of Kentucky, and by the applause in the galleries may deceive the House into the belief that a repeal or essential modification of that law is popular. No greater mistake can elbe made. The noisy, ement of the country of both parties declaim bitterly against the law. Those who want to make money out of politics, and who cannot make a living in their private vocations, unite in their attacks upon any system or rules which debar the incompetent from receiving public position. One of the principal reasons for the support of that law is that it does give opportunity to everybody to enter the public service. It is a law in fayor of eiiualitv. The pretense that it builds up an aristocratic class is illogical and absurd, and when urged by a man of the intelligence iul ability of Gen. Grosvenor, it cannot be sincere. Under it the humblest, most obscure and most influential citizen of America has a fair chance to enter the public service. He does not have to barter away bis ofllce-seekin- g Absolutely Pure POWDER PAWNS POWCCR ROYAL CO., NEW YORK. For the Climax. THE OLD RED FLAG. manhood, sell his principles, demon- Ono of the curious facts of history is the adoption ot red as a color typifying labor. Where or how this custom originated seems shrouded in considerable mystery, yet we can trace it to the remotest antiquity. Perhaps no one cause but a succession of recurring phenomena give rise to the singular idea. The ancient laborer was a sun worshiper. The great mysteiious orb of day wound the earth and produced life and vegetation. The laborer planted his seed and the sun courced it to sprout, to bud and to bear fruit. The rising and setting of this magnificent deitv, which was believed to be a living, rational being, was accompanied by gorgeous crimson rays and clouds, the marvelous beauty of whicli enchanted the simple people. When they discovered that the Huid which caused in their arteries was of the same bright hue, they naturally associated the color red with life, with fruitfulness, with labor. Hence they adopted red as a color typifying their condition. They clothed themselves in red or dun color; they arrayed their deities in garments of the same hues. Mineiva and Ceres, two great and celebrated deities of heathen mythology, were much adored by the ancient" working people. These deities presided over labor. Ceres was the goddess of agriculture and fruitfulness of the earth, Minerva the goddess of manual labor aud protectness of working people. These two great deities were always clothed in flaming red. In a similar manner white was the color adopted by the the ruling classes. White was emblematical of degree, of purity, of freedom from smut and toil. Often the pure white was modified by various shades ot blue. These colors were always worn by the classes who kept their hands clean, by classes the priests and rulers. They had great contempt for labor and for those who toiled. Their military banners were also of white and blue. For a long time fighting in serried ranks, with implements of war. was considered an exclusively aristocratic privilege. It was not until the laboring classes were permitted to enter the army that the color of red was seen in war. A fierce predjudice has always existed against the red banner. It has been nourished and strengthened by the aristocratic, ruling class, who hated red, because it was the color under which the discontented plebian foucht for freedom. It was the flag of Spartacus, of Viriothus, of Aristonicus. It was the flag of the great peasant's revolt, in. the sixteenth century. It was the flag of Putnam at Bunker Hill. And in all ages the love of the proletariat for the crimson has been equal to the aristocratic hatred. The Roman generals used to take- - cunning advantage of this affection of the poor people for the flag, by causing the oxillum or red banner to be thrown over into the enemy's camp at a moment of onset, well knowing that the soldiers would face any danger to, rescue their cherished flag. The early Christians, as long as they followed the simple life incident to their communes, adopted red as their color; and afterwards when the power of the priesthood showed itself among them, and white was introduced as the garb of those who still these followed useful crafts retained their ancient traditions and continued to wear red, brewn or clothing and to carry the red banner. Many of the ancient trades unions adoped red as their color, and symbolized it in their flags and banners. Thus the Chrispins, who founded the order of shoemakerp, took the red flag as the emblem of their craft. They were followed by the tanners, the furriers, the glove makers, the bridle makers and tho weavers. Many other trades also adopted the red flag g, s, dun-colore- d A Clever Trick. It certainly looks like it, but there is really no trick about it. Anybody can try it who has Lame Rack and Weak Kidneys, Malaria or nervous troubles. We mean he can cure himself right away by taking Elictric Ritters. This medicine tones up the whole system, acts as a stimulant to the Liver and Kidneys, is a blood purifier and nerve tonic. It cures Constipation, Headache, Faint ing Spells. Sleeplessness and Melancholy. It is purely vegetable, a mild laxative, and restores the system to its natural vigor. Try Electric Ritters and be convinced that they area miracle worker. Every bottle guarranteed. Only 50c a bottle at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. 3 Successors lo W. (;. AVhito. Walked Ten Miles in Her Sleep. Frankfort, Ky., Dec 17. The Deboe-H- u liter gang of Republicans for pie only, is howling again because I advocate the abolition of devices on the oiilcial ballot; they think that the assistant adjutant general ought to resign some more. Many take their pens in hand to write the governor of Kentucky that them and their'n "air well an' doin' well," and how as he is clear mint it he dosen't do something to suppress me: a few, a very few, who can get railroad passes, even go so far as to come to Frankfort to see about my case. The fact is these dirt eaters have got to in the habit of howling every time 1 shy a brick, that they dont stop now to see whether or not they are hurt, but just sit on their haunches and howl because they think they are going to be hurt. Now is a matter of fact an educational qualification for voters is one of these political problems about whicli Republicans disagree. The leading Republican papers of the North for the most part cordially approved this solution of the election problem, when it first proposed in Mississippi. Gov. Brad ley and other preminent Kentucky Republicans are bitterly opposed to the disfranchisement of the poor or illiterate. But I believe a majority of the Northern Republicans think that it would be vastly better for the intelligent people of the South to estalish a standard for their voters above the ignorant classes whose votes they do and are forced to control by force or purchase. It is an open question whether the disfranchise uient of the ignorant men black and white in Kentucky is desirable or not; but for my part I am for the control of Kentucky by its intelligence and decency. I took that side in Louisville recently against the "A. P. A.'s and Niggers" that George Dennis Todd claimed to own and operate. I shall continue to take that side whenever that issue is raised. Now howl. A Negro in Kentucky who is too trifling to learn to read and write with the opportunities that he has and all the taxes that white people pay for the support of schools for his race, ought not to be allowed to vote. The educated Negroes will not be hurt. This may be treason or heresy or what you please, W.IMKR FoKKKoTKK. but it goes. $100-0- LOTHINGt AT LD PRICE '5SiSS We have just received the largest line of :: s 8 !ifl rl la Clothing, Overcoats, Underwear IN RICHMOND, whicli article needed. we bought early before the tariff was put on woolens and can give our customers the benefit of 30 per cent, on every BS1 Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. Fit Guaranteed at from $10.00 UNDERWEAR AND HATS AT PRICES NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT up Mfl m jLJ 9 m f4OdC'00CH The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond. aaa aFV HP93II ,L-"i aava-sssseae- STC)UFF Ak. i-- VVS maarnr, V?nV Si' ?t: :jc1 2Ai2 'IfcwHlkCKM- : : ANDY CATHARTIC lpta p mmmM 0 si V FW 6 V tZQ T SZOSLlivdlOaSr rCQHSTIPATjOH SESt ST5T- a o XT. i is ? S Y rr io4 A j 3 I - o O IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY. y APQflTlITffrV to enreanTcaseof constipation. CasearcU are the Meal Laxt.. uuaumuijLiu vnuuuuuiLiji nnUDXKTUPTi tire, nf rer crip or rripe.bat ranwrasf natural rrsulti. Sani Dixit lenne. aa. Mf.Ki.iM. Kt.;iti'i m., iincaeo. iuonireai. iaii..orrn iork. 'pie anil tit - 3U e t T jrvjp k tyW gWB I jm fR nLgjwW DRUGGISTS . "7 S o V V. o 11 The Youth's Advocate, Nashville, Tenn., a sixteen page illustrated journal a paper that is read with interest and profit by people of all ages offers one hundred dollars in gold to the person who will form the greatest number of words from the name 'ihiaughox." It ToPt''- s 73 CO -; 0 J. .. - p IIM'-M- 31-3- 0 A non-partis- office-holdin- 17- Office ap stairs over New York Store, corner 46- Mam and First streets, Richmond Medicine and Surgery. Ofhce Collins Ruildinc, MainStreet. Telephone at residence (the Cnrr place) on Richmond, m C. JASPJZR, M. D Tom Morrow was editor of the Climax some years ago, ho was never suspected of practicing econmy in the use of the truth. We have had no reason since to doubt his veracity but our faith in his word has been shaken by this narrative from his lien, clipped from his Jackson Hustler: There has been much excitement and much discussion over in Perry county over an account of the remarkable somnambulism of Miss daughter Delia Cosby, the of A. R. Cosby, who lives on or near Grapevine. A few nights ago retired, but fell asleep before sho disrobed. She had been in her room but a short time when sho walked out of the house and up the creek. None of the lamily saw her leave the house, and did not discover she had gone until sometime after. They were greatly alarmed and at once made a search for her. John Tanner, who knew the girl well, said that he saw her walking up the creek, but said nothing to her. The friends of the family at once started in pursuit of her, but were compelled to return withont her. Nearly all night they scoured the country, but none of them thought to keep directly along the creek in the search. Miss Cosby walked straight up the creek, and when she awoke in the early morning she found sho was near the house of a friend of her father, which is ten miles from where she started. Her father's friend at once furnished her a horse and she went borne. Theie was great rejoicing in the Cosby home when she was been returning home on horseback, as it was feared that she had been the victim of foul play. This is the first break of the kind she has ever made, and her family devoutly l.ope later. it is the last. The subject HAD DONE SOME DRIVING. "When also offers free, a bicycle, gold watch, or p 9 scholorship 111 Draughon's Practical Busj iness Cohege, Nashville, Tenn., GalvesAre you subject to colds on 5 ton or Texarkana, Texas, or in some I other school. Every person who enters slight exposure, always tired t and feverish, and have frequent will yet a premium of soma the contest attacks of Indigestion and Bikind. Send at once for free sample copy liousness? Depend upon it, of the paper which will explain all, P your liver is out of order. Be-- t Contest closes April 20, 1&9S. liver to ac- THREE DOLLARS A WEEK. E There's something wrong! i,JDST GRKNITEA'LYIKSS) OF7VYONU7VYeNTS, AXD ALL CEMETERY WO J! A'. MANUFACTURER AND DEALLR IN uracil "We For further jMi'tii'ithirx, jirirts, ttv., rthh'r.sx. i mch2I-ly Madijoi) MoDUroeotal Work?. j fl (New York World.) As an aid to working girls Miss Eliza beth Bunks bejran the experiment of living in Xevv York on S3 a week. She has been reporting progress daily in the evening edition of The World. Con fidence was succeeded by doubt, doubt by conviction. Yesterdayshe pive up. With all her experience, all her intlli-genc- e, all her prudence and economy, with the spur of making her undertaking a success, she could not live ou 53 a week, and she is convinced that no sjirl can. "She can merely exist in sickness gin time, arouse the tivity and purity the blood, building up health and strength to resist the attacks of mere serious ailments by taking have come to offer the Greatest Bargains iilMjjIsral of the age. Having just SfraafriilsirasrSJBrasraarasrra returned from the city RiJE where we purchased a full and complete line of MONEY TO ji arS a fTtuaiuia f?r' Vi rh ia . BUR!! aatr---. Johnston's Sarsaparilla QUART BOTTLE. I Dry Goods NOTIONS & THJE3 pif mm It is just like putting at $5 bill in gk, the ilames EVERY LOAD of thracite you use. The Wonderful Air An- a sure, quick, and certain cure j "We have also the exclusive is: TUg3t sgL and hunger and discomfort" Yet, as Mis Banks discovered, there are hundreds, yes thousands, of girls in this city who earn only $3 a week and must keep themselves from death or worse on just that sum and no more. By publishing Miss Banks's stories and typical letters she has received train despairing girls, the evening edition of The World has made the most potent appeal possible to the humanity of the comfortable sojourners in this world of sorrow. WHAT OUGHT WE TO BE PAYING? Felix, "Wolf & Co.'s Shoes, every pair made to order DAVIS, BROOXS & CO WlLLIAnS. Detroit. Mien. and warranted. Liverettcs cure Sick Headache. 35c Atmi We Are Headquarters Sold by I). Z. & T. TJ. Taylor, For Belfast Linens Waco, Ky. Ladies' Corsets 20c. up. ;;5Si5S5SSSSSS5SSSSSS5SSS3SSSS5SSS Irish and German Laces from lc. a yard up. S So Ion Want Give us a call and examine our New Stock of Goods. Quart Bottles, $i blood or torpid liver. right to sell the celebrated IH kt:t! mm ?P!3' 11(1; heat than Base Burner. Throws ip Givesthegreater on the iloor like a Base Burner. heat ill Holds the fire like a Base Burner. 3fC Burns Nut or Slack, No Soot or Dirt. !iafflosis! If eo, I have them from $1.75 to $300, the finest line ever -- McKee & Co.- ,- mm mm I .1 IT IS INDISTEUGTIBLE AND AIR TIGHT. Nothing like it ever befoi e made. and be convenced. See it sfjp raiSi mm brought to Richmond. Come now and select your diamond and have same set before Christmas. McKee Cor., Main and First Sts.. Kichmond, Ky. novlO-2r- a& We are paying $141,000,000 a year for pensions $2 per capital, or about 10 per taxpayer. What ought we to be paying? After tho war the pension appropriation increased steadily until it reached in 1871 $33 077,3S3. This was undoubtedly the outside limit of honesty and patriotic duty. From 1871 the pension appropriation steadily declined as the old soldiers died of wounds or disease contracted in the war, until in 1878 it bad fallen to $25,S44,415. Tho rate of decline was about a million dollars a year. Suppose it bad kept steadily ou at only half that rate. The pension appropriation this year would be about $17,500,000! ; Not only would be but should be! That sum would givo a comfortable living to every honest iind needy old soldier who now has to take his chances in a shainetul scramble with a horde of a Thos. Meighen, Buyer. Gold and Silver Watches, Cheaper than over before. Solid Gold and Silver Novelties of all descriptions. What would be nicer than a set of Sterling Silver Spoons for a Christmas present7 Porcelain Clocks for only $1.23, regular price $1.73. Before buying elsewhere give us a call, iind we will convince vou of our low prices, and superior goods. FARM iFORI BraJliplfigjBfftiJ The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres , as a whole or to suit purchaser, which he otft rs at private sale; situated at 11 Richmond, Ky. uU Orleans I kI SALE Winter Schedules ifilraiiJaiJliifiriipaTgJ u m rSMfrHJarSJfS I m mm m mWs mMMMMEilmm but lack is intensely interesting, of time and space forbids a San Francisco Post. I - linniuwiij - - Kentucky. DR. O. A. KENNEDY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond, ta.rs Office in Smith Building, No. k4 Main Street, np Office hours la to 1 and 4 to s 0 clock. BroiiehSSis but extremely good for the sufferer from that harassing disease is Dr. Avar's Cherry Pectoral. No medicine can compare with this great remedy in the prompt and permanent aid it gives in all bronchial affections. It stops the cough, soothes the irritated throat, and induces refreshing sleep. W. EVANS, M. D., FlIYSICIAX AND SUBGEOK, "Can't you give me a job?" inquired a tall man with a shambling gait of James JlcXab, the drayman. 'What can you do?" 'Well, I gueas I can drive a team." "Did you ever drive a horse?" "Yes." "Did you ever drive more than one?" "Yes." "How many did you ever drive at once?" more searching and thorough review. The red flag, tppical of tho bright rays of the rising and setting sun, of the color of the fluid which flows in the arteries of universal man, of the sacred 'Twenty." Richmond. - - - - Kentucky. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky. Richmond. Office anil retldenceon Third Ktreft, 233NTAL STJSCrESY. DR. A. WILKES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky Richmond. hours, OrriCE Smith 0:00 to "I had a bronchial trouble of such a persistent and stubborn character that the doctor pronounced it incurable with ordinary remedies, but recommended me to try AVer's Cherry Pectoral One bottle cured me." J. C. WOODSON, P. 1L, Forest HilLW.Va. ago I was taken with a "A short time severe 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 PectoraL Less than ono bottle entirely cured me." GEO. B. HUNTER, Altoona, Pa. "Twenty? How with a jerk line?' "No." Then how?" "isieam." "Drove twenty horses by steam ?" "Yes, I ran a He didn't get the job. merry-go-round- ." The Greatest Discovery Yet. W. M. Repine, editor Tiskilwa, 111, "Chief," says: "We wont keep house without Dr. King's New Discoyery for Consumptior, Coughs and Colds. Experimented with many others, but never got the true remedy until we used Dr. King's New Discovery. No other remedy can take its place in our home, as in it we have certain and sure cure i M. ; building. Main Street. 1:00 to 4 1. M. limited to dentistry. Office J. C Moeoas. J. A. Yates. DENTISTS, - Ayer's Cfcerry Pectoral now put up in half-siz-e half price 50 cents. MORGAN & YATES, Richmond, Bank. Kentucky. bottles at Office Main Street, over Madison National for Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, etc" It is idle to experiment with other remedies, even if they ,are urged on you as just as good, because this remedy has a record of cures and besides is guarannever fails to satisfy. Trial teed. bottle free at Perry & Thomas' Drug Storo. Successors to W.G. White. 3 It ibex or red flamingo, which was worshipped by the ancient Egyptians, has a wonderful history, reaching back to tho sturdy mendicants. What a scandal! What a fraud! remotest antiquity. It has always been emblematical of All druggists bell Dr. Miles' Pa!a Pills. manual labor, of warmth, of affection, of growth. It has also stood for rebellion against oppression and, slavery, and has been borne by our over many a gory field, while they fought for freedom. "Do you ask from whence I have come? What means my blood-re- d folds. The color that conquers the gloam The Stvle. Fit and Wear Eve the morn of truth unrolls? could not be improved for 'j uuagic uic rnw. I come from my home in the sky, Where the lightning strive for'right "w L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes arc the In the voice of the Lord on high, Midst gloom or the hireling's might," productions ot skilled wotismen, uom inc Dest material possible to put into shoes sold at these prices. "Oku Dee See." We make also $2.50 and $2J5shoes for men, and lor tsoys, ana ine w. j- -. and $2U, BAIL FOR HARRIS. Douglas $3.50 Police shoe, very suitable fot s, policemen and others having The familv of .Jacob S. Harris, who is much valking to co. still in jail at Lexington en account of TTearo constantly adding nevr styles to our already large variety, and there is no Tea- his recent indictment for the murder of son why on cannot oe iruueu, bo insist on Wm. Thomas II. lerritt, will again stick to Merchants, havini; W. L. Douglas Shoes from your Bankers, dealer. him in his trouble. When he was arlawyers, We use only the best Calf, Itussla CaU Physicians rested it was considered very doubtf nl a!l colors), French Patent Calf, and all French Enamel, Vicl Kid, etc., economical as to what his own family would do, as graded to correspond, wun prices men irear they had been bitterly opposed to his or the shoes. W. L. Douglas Shoes because thoy with his wife, but word has If dealer cannot supply you, are the best. 'rwntft been receivod from the Harris famijy in For sale by ,W.LD0UftHS.Ef3cllOT,ffe. wt-Te Shelby county to the effect that'thoy CATALOGUE iBEE. bail him oat at once, and :his atwould FREEMAN BROS., RicMneRi, Ky; octm For Sale by torneys expect thom to doin a dayior, so.' on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well watered. There is no better land in Madison county. nov24-OIt is a fine neighborhood and accessible by tnrnpike to schools, churches, railroads, nills, etc., within a half mileof White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. cash, TERMS Sale will be made Wfao can think of some simple balance to suit purchaser. Wanted-- An For particulars, tbtrur to cateutl Idea: thT roar no you Attor Protect yiour wwnmrnnrmv jt bringPatentwjaUli. address JOl Write Washington. D. D. neys, C for their 13 prtsa offer and list ot two hundred InTenUoca vrantea. feb3-t- f White's Station. 3y. F. YEAGER, WHITE'S - STATION, IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER OTH. Second St. Richmond, Ky. QUEEN & CEESCEFT HOUTE. l2f Hoars Cincinnati to New and Jacksonville 3. Idea one-thi- rd 109 MILES SHORTEST. FINEST VESTIBULED TRAINS IN THE Geo. White, fore-fathe- rs W- L. SO USLAS HON. C. T. CALDWELL, SHOE Wtan BiiIil sssB:A w of Parkersburg, YV. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. PABKKKSBCnG, Through Pullman Service is unequalled. Cafe' Parlor and Observation Cars daily. Standard Vestibuled day Coaches. Get your tickets via the Queen & Crescent Route. W. C. RINEARSON, Gen'l Pass'r Agt, Cincinnati, 0. SOUTH W. Va., 26, 1905. January Tiie "ViuGnT Med. Co., SUPPLY THE TRADE iSMXs?Our factory on Laurel Street in Kichmond is now running, and we are prepared to fill orders for twist of the JffratlSgt laAia asf VseC tsO. iXxsaa Sd. Jl Columbus, Ohio. tssssHmfMCX i.a HE PAYS THE letter-carrier- mm.4Zgim. t4 re-uni- j!gjjgl Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1S94, and find them to be as recommended. I first beiran taking them while at Hot Springs. Ak , under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation whi:h I had been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules gave me great relief from the beginning and have used tliem ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any, and all suffering with like afflictions or either ' of them. Very truly yours.,. Gentlemen: I have been ttslng "Ms of Sini," C" aid FREIGHT. . . . YOU 1. M, PAY FOR THE . . . "Mr cl Jacks" DRINKS. isssesasEssssssssssssss Phone 3. Second St. Charles T. Caldwell. Brands, three grades. We can save yon money. Send ua a trial order; you will Espebo glad with our products. cially pleased to hear from country mer- BICIIMOXD, KT. Sold by T. S. Hagan, Druggist ?rice 50c ents anu bi.W per Dor. uail at urugstore and get free sample.. chants. 49 - White Kichmond, Ky. 0 Ross, BED WETTING CURED Wl. OR NO PAY. Mas. B. X. BO WAN, MHwaakee, Hct3-Ij- r ? M M - v - . - j- :.? "ii ti - .' to ,K. ti- - - . "V .t i,: - rt , i "-- o X - 7, B 'SB! .JSrVVVZFsV ' U r rtiJs iflLfS7"' "Repudiation" Is what the gold clique cry when any legislation is sug gested which contemplates a benefit to the debtor. PUBLISHED rVEBY WEDNESDAY BY "Reform" Is the slogan of the gold Co. monometallists when they propose to Tho repudiate contracts in order to benefit the creditor. Bonds made payable I Proprietors and Editors. in "coin" (which means either silver C E. WOODS, Associate Editor. or gold), are to be refunded, if the gold men way, bonds PRICE PER YEAR, $1.50. payable inhave their theinto gold. Thus debtor is $1.25 to be robbed, but that is all right; tho IN ADVANCE, creditor gets the best of the bargain, 1897 and WEDNESDAY. DEC 29, that is your true golden rule of monetary "reform." Tom Jim BaIiLAiid semis us word Sexatok Chandler is out in a that, "in spite of bijguns,Rockcastlo letter denouncing tho gold measure 300 majority." will give McCre.iry proposed by Secretary Gage. Among remarks many significant things he says: "If Anext tbe on the author of Uncle Tom's Cabin, it Secretary Gage continues to press Is proper to say that nearly all of the upon Congress a bill, the object of original character in that drama are now which, he says, is 'first to commit the dead. Tut the blood hounds on the trail country more thoroughly to the gold sUndard,' and the immediate effect of of the survivors. which is to throw doubts upon the Mr.. Cmm.Es Emhuy, our candidate sincerity of the President's declarafor Doorkeeper of the nest Kentucky tions in favor of continued efforts to Houi-e- , will be on hand early in the secure bimetallism, a political turfracas, and asks us to notify his friends moil will arise in Congress which will everywhere in Kentucky that he is in split the now united Republicans into the fight to win. And here's hoping he fragments while it will unito and consolidate the now incongruous opwill do that very tliiiipr. The Richmond Climax. Climax Printing Woodford, of Bourbon, and Miss j Bethenia McCord, of Red House. Prof. Elliott, of Kingston, will spend a few- days with his father, Rev. Milton Elliott, at Mayfleld, before opening school next Monday. Miss Susanno Grlgsby, of Washington, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnstone, of Woodford, wore the guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Chenault- The many friends of Mr. David Biggerstaff will be glad to learn that he is improving rapidly and hopes to see his friends at his old stand at J. B. - Interior-Journal- 's t. i i A ckackek trust is the latest and the price of crackers has been advanced from one to four cents a. pound in consequence. Just as soon as the trust is formed up go the prices. But that's what trusts are created for. The big fish ombinc and swallow the little ones, and competition is destroyed. Georgetown Times. position." There are breakers ahead for the gold men, but the Republican party seems resolved to commit political suicide, and neither Wolcott nor Chandler can stay its hand. The Republican party is getting away Hanna and the President. The administration policy favors the annexation of Hawaii. Speaker Reed, tho big gest toad in the Republican puddle, is opposed to it. The administration prom ise to freeze on to civil service reform. Congressman firosvenor, the administration whip in the house, is doing his best to kick civil service into the street. Secretary Gage wants the greenbacks retired and the gold standard cinched. Senators Chandler and Wolcott are kicking against it like steers in a corn field. And it is a guessing match which end of it McKinley will take. As to Cuba, the President has taken Hanna's 6teer and turded his back on the St. Louis platform. Yet the Republican rank and file are for recognition of Cuba's from independece. Up to December 20, Congress had been in session during only twelve working day.'., and the appropriation bills for building and monumental enterprises already aggregated between frix and seven millions of dollars. They are coming in at a rate of more than $3)0,000 a clay. This actually exceeds the rate at which revenue from customs duties has been coming in to the Treasury during the same eriod. "When his Owensboro admirers presented Hon. Cripps Beckham with a rabbit-foo- t, graye-yarthey wero taking unnecessary precautions against can improve the ot even a bunny-foNelson county man's flattering prospects for the Speaker-hiThere is no purer man in public life than Beckham. He is a gentleman from crown to eole, with a mind at once solid and brilliant and a character alxnc reproach Glasgow Timt-s- . d k, ot p. to-da- y And there you are. McKinley hasn't been Piesident a year and has the whole party at sixes and sevens. This means a Democratic congress in 1S9S and Bryan for president in 1900 Toledo Bee. LEE TODD, A Pkbsidest AlcKinley has been pardoning lmnk wreckers at the rate of arry three wtebi eve Miira he has been in office. I5ut no olllcial record is kept of these pardons and so a released convict is permitted todiopout of sight! All petty criminals are watched, but the most despicable and most dangerous criminals are turned loose and encouraged to hide themselves and to resume their criminal practices under assumed names and in new places "W'liat wonder that respectable robbers are multiplying when respectable robbery is thus condoned and encouraged? bank-wrecker Bright And Promising Lad With a Laudable Ambition to Succeed. Rucker-ville, Lee Todd was born near Clark county, Ky., June 30, 1S&", and is the eldest of three sons and one daughter, the children of Wm. M. and Bettie Montrovillo Todd, and his mother, a daughter of Garrett Haggard, are worthy descendants of the oldest and most prominent families In the county. Loe is a very bright and manly little fellow, full of energv, and his ambition to excel in whatever he undertakes. He is receiving his education The subject of pensiors is rgitating tlie coiutry just now more than ever before. "We reprint an editorial from the Panlagraph, on an outside page, because Republican kick it is the nearest-hom- e against the enormity. It is hardly necessary to that no Democrat is opposed to a jii'-- t recognition on the part of this government for irvices rendered by the brave Micrs of the civil war. But every lionet citizen, every man w ho has the good of his country at heart whether be be Democrat or Republii-an- . is opKed, and rightly opposed, and to looting the treasury in the interest of part' politics and to the lasting harm of private citi7ens and public policy. When Republican paperslike the great Isew York Sun, and others of less note but equal in pirty spirit, cry "Enough," it is time for our (Vngresm'ii and Senators to unite in a law to purge the lollof its peijurivl "patriots." Jig - wiiifh I.EK TODD. CF.Brower&Co Main and Broadway Yuletide Greeting's at the Ruckerville public school and is perhaps further advanced in his studies than any pupil of his age and opportunities. He is a hard student, and in a few days will graduate in the common school branches. He is now a candidate for a position as Page in the next Kentucky Gen! eral Assembly, a place which he would fill most acceptably, and has received many llattering assurances of support from all parts of the State. He comes of genuine Democratic stock, and there is not a more deserving lad to be found anywhere. Are in ord r now. Ouis have taken the form "f a grand 6ale of Holiday Goods. You are invited may Miss Laura Bennett is in Washingwe expect you. ton, D. C. Hon. S. E. Scott and family aro visiting at London. Mr. M. F. Arbuckle visited friends at Midway last week. Miss Kate Walker was with friends in Lexington last week. Mr. Edgar C. Hoggs and family have moved to Nicholasville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Couchman are visiting relatives in Fayette. Mr.S. II. Quinn, of Shirley, 111., is visiting friends in the county. Mrs. Elmer Deatherage visited her mother at Lexington last week. Mr. Wade Ballard, of Rockcastle, is Fifty of these style pictures, gold mould- visiting Mr. E. M. Forbes, at White ings, brass corners, 16x24 Some of Hall. the subjects are as follows: Miss Lulie Graham, of Lancaster, Psvche. The Lilly Gatherer, is visiting Misses Mollie and Katie The Orphans, St. Cecilia. PERSONAL. is home from until after the holidays. Elizabethtown His brother, Meade, who is taking a there, is also course in at homo. Jessamine Journal. Sir. Hansford Leo Farris, of Kingston, returned toLouisville to take his second year at the Kentucky School of Medicine. For the last- five months he has been teaching school at Perkins, this county. Miss Hettie Frazee gave a pretty Christmas tree and invited a number of friends. As usual, the affair was a most enjoyable outing and resulted in many presents for all in attendance. All "adornments" weie purchased of home merchants. Dr. Welby W. Burgin left on Sunday for Louisville to practice his profession there. His departure is regretted by many friends. He is a fine dentist and will easily forge to the front in Louisville, having given up a large practice here after only a few years work. Mr. N. V. White, the merchant d rest with relais taking a tives at White Hall. His close attention to Iiis business, which has been unusually good this year, caused him to lay off for a brief season just preceding the rush of the New Year. Mrs. W. II. Shanks, of Stanford, is the guest of herparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Baldwin. She very kindly for the Climax, which will in the not distant future have news about the marriage of another Richmond beauty to a Stanford gallant. The cutest little Christmas tree was that given to Mr. and Mrs. George old baby boy, Corzelius' Curtis Field. Tho presents were pretty and the "adornments" of the tree all procured in Richmond, were Five little candles very beautiful. were blown out in honor of the baby's fifth birthday five weeks. Miss Sarah Chenault gave a Christmas tree party to a few friends on Saturday which was a delightful event in the short lives of the little folks who attended. A great number of presents were distributed and the party made merry until the nurses aud chaperones interspersed their unwelcome presence and put an end to a very happy little social affair. The "adornments" were all procured in Richmond. Mrs. C. D. Chenault gave a fashionable tea on Monday in honor of her charming guest, Miss Susannei Urigsby. Those present were: Miss Minva Park Phelps, Minna Crutcher, Mary Bennett, Elise Bennett, Susanne Margaret Chenault, and Grigsby, Messrs. J. S. Crutcher, T. J. Smith, Jr., Lewis Neale. W. S. Moberlcy, AV. R. Shackelford and Joe Chenault. In honor of her namesake, Ellen Gibson Miller, daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. John C. Miller, Mrs. Ellen V. Gibson gave a handsome Christmas tree to her little niece on Saturday. The tree was gorgeous with tinsel and colored "adornments," all secured in this city. Many tiny candles illuminated the scene, while the boughs of the tree were ladened with handsome presents not only for Miss Miller, but lor all her little cousins. The affair was not less brilliant because it was for infants, as nothing in this luxurious home is too good for the little queen of the household. Mrs. Carlos B. Brittain, nee Miss , Mamie Baldwin, of Annapolis, was welcomed home on Thursday last. Mrs. Brittain will remain here until the first of February, which will be pleasant news to her ho&t of friends hero. She tells us that her residence is only an hour's ride from Washington to Baltimore, and that she frequently runs down to these cities. Social life at the Naval Academy, among the officer's families, is very delightful and while he has lost none of her love for the "Old Ken tucky Home," it is not to be denied that "there are others." book-keeping StoulTer's. Prof. JRico Miller - well-earne- sub-scribe- d live-wee- ks -- charming guest, Miss Anna Crutcher, Hopeless Life of Richmond, Ky., who is spending Gloomy, tho winter with Mrs. Lloyd and Miss Mlttie Brown. The grounds were Internal Pains Lame, Tired, Ner- brilliantly illuminated with Japanese voun Every Bad Symptom Cured lanterns, presenting a scene lovely in by Hood's Sarsapanlla. the extreme, while the interior of the "For nearly five years I Buffered with beautiful home was gorgeously re- a severe caso of stomach trouble. I had splendent with decorations appropri- pains in my stomach and bowels so that I ate to the occasion. Rare flowers of could not stand or work without great every description were tastefully and suffering. My appetite wa3 vrry poor and artistically arranged, turning the cosy when I did eat anything I was shortly homo into a perfect fairyland. Mrs. afterwards seized with vomiting spells. I could not rest at night and felt Lloyd was assisted in receiving her tired all over. I became nervouslamo and and had guests by her charming sisters, Misses no energy whatever. My life seemed Mittie and Nettie Brown, who did gloomy and hopeless. My husband adeverything in their power to make vised me to tako Hood's Sarsaparilla, as their visitors enjoy tho evening. Mr. he had been taking it with great I began taking it and the first botand Mrs. Lloyd arD very popular in Meridian society, and as hosts of the tle did me a great deal of good. I conevening sustained their well known tinued with it regularly and have now almost fully regained my natural weight reputation as hospitable entertainers. and am doing nearly all my housework." Miss Crutcher was the recipient of Mrs. Rinda Crocker, Gladstone, Ala. much attention, which was well de" My blood was out of order and I had served, for she is as beautiful and no energy. After taking two bottles of charming as a picture, standing in Hood's Sarsaparilla I felt better than for the forefront in a state noted for beau- a year." Marion W. Smith, Collins-villAlabama. tiful women. About thirty couples sold by druggists. Hood's were present, and they enjoyed the $1, six forSarsaparilla is to get Hood's. ?5. Bo sure evening to the fullest." "The dance given on at the Calumet Club outrivaled Gazette on another page of this paper. And lincj'clopcedic Almanac and Year all which have Never did the pretty girls and hand- Book free with each yearly subscriber some boys look so well, and never is certainly a great stroke of enterprise did merrier hearts keep time to on the part of this popular paper. Nothing like it has ever been offered. lighter feet. Among those who participated in this recherche dance wore The Weekly Commercial Gazette has Miss Crutcher, of Kentucky, with been recently enlarged from eight to pages, and tho prico remains the Mr. Theodore McDowell." "Mrs. ten same as heretofore only 50 cents per John Lloyd gave a delightful reception on Thursday evening, in honor year. Now is the time to subscribe. of her guest, Miss Crutcher, of KenElection ot Officers. tucky. It has been a long time since there has been such a fair visitor in The Madison county lodges F. & A.M. the Queen City as Miss Crutcher, and elected officers Monday, December 27, already she has won numbers of loyal for the ensueing year as follow: friends." Waco Lodge, No. 33S, W. D. Rucker, W. M.; John F. White, S. W.; Dennis Zittel, J. W.; W. T. Fields, Sec; J. D. Turpin, Treas; D. G. Martin, S. D.; Floha-- T AYixm At the residence Horn, J. D.; Thcs. Cain.S. & T. of Rev. G. W. Young, that gentleman Madison Lodge, No. 183. John Moore, officiating, Mr. John Flora and Miss W. M.; John Long, S. W.; Leslie Cot Eiutha Taylor were married last ton, J. W.; Elvada Tudor, Sec; Nat. Wednesday. Wheeler, S. D.; The attendants were Cotton, Treas.; Mr. Burton Roberts and Miss Hattie Cy Turner, J. W.; Walker, S. &. T. Daniel Boone Lodge, .No. 454. D. P. Taylor. The groom is a brother of Mr. A. D. Flora, and the bride a Black, W. M.; Madison Burgin, S. W ; daughter of Mr. Speed Taylor, of Jacob Shearer, J. W.; S. R. B. Black, Sec; C. F. Langford, Treas.; San ford Ruthton. Griggs-Smit- h. Mr. L. E. Griggs Oldham. S. D.; Thos. Williams, J. D.; and Miss M. E. Smith, of Mt. Sterling, P. W. Taylor. S. & T. Kingston Lodge, No. 315. D. C. were united in marriage at Lexington on Friday of last week. The Walker, W. M. ; R. W. Boulware, S. groom was the late Republican candi- W.; W. T. Ritter, J. W.; R. L. Potts, date for County Clerk of Madison, Sec; A. R. Todd, Treas.; W. E. Harris, and is a very popular young man. S. D.; G. M. Jones, J. D.; T. C. .Vitt, For several years be has been travel- S. & T. Richmond Lodge, No. 25. Claude ing representative for the Mt. Sterling Smith, W. M.; D. R. Tevis, S. W.; W. firm of Trimble Bros., for whom his bride was stenographer. Of them the S. Hume, J. W.; S. S. Parks, Treas.; J. Talbott Jackson, Sec; E. E. MitchMt. Sterling Advocate says: "Mr. Griggs is to bo congratulated ell, S. D.; George Simmons, J. D.; M. G. that he has won a woman to be his Brown, Tyler. After the election, the Masons, their wife who is possessed of all the ennobling characters. She is a business families and" lriends repaired to the old woman capable of meeting life's re- revenue ofllce and tiiere partook of the alities; she is an affectionate woman most bountiful repast ever spread by with love's strongest ties. Mr. Griggs that always hospitable fraternity. The has been traveling salesman for Trim- supper was a perfect one, from raw and ble Bros, for four years, and Miss stewed oysters all the way through Smith has been their stenographer meats, salads, coffee, to the ices and for seven years. Mr. Griggs is an en- cakes. Verily, it was a grand affair. ergetic, capable business man who has An Early Jlormug Fire Damages Main many friends both hero and in his Street Property The l'anta graph bene-use- d. e, Eigj 1 i jwm li rz rgL jm M &m 5 eHB m I -- A tl - irHlEsi W K jM 9m ff Jtm JH lmwMm mmt g J ' rjH s mWmMJkW VmT JmrmW mmT AWmmm JmWm. 1 1 ' Friday night preceded it. ii I F 4 H I" : ) r Hi I TL I" II If! I tast i MJ MARRIED. J i LSJ 1 25 SY j 3 I I f I 01 nfiDDISy si J El uUulllyi 41 IH I p g JUST EECEIVED ANOTHER LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF H 0 1 3 H H Eg ip li ip - li " Brooks 200Yard Spool Thread. I I I I I I ?' j 1 3 CQ w For this week will sell You '.Five Spools for - - rft0 H Uuluil 1 fTJ WE WANT TO SELL EVERYBODY THREAD. In I U , II I We offer our entire stock at great reduced prices in order to I clean out all remnants. Come and inspect ioods and prices. lj B sfgL Re5pectfulli Submitted to Tbe Cash Trade. mm I ,: 1 I 1 p native county. Everyone will join with us in best wishes." DEATHS. Roxax. Mrs. Angeline Ronan, on December 25, aged 57, of catarrh of the stomach. She had been a sufferer for more than a year. Deceased loaves a husband to mourn her loss. Her remains were taken to Doylcsville and laid to rest by her son. LOCAL. The Adoption A Christmas Slory ByAlphono Daudet, Translated By Miss Lucia Burnan. Mar--land- The above is the title of a contribution to the Climax which will appear next week. It is translated from tho French by Miss Burnam, of this city, who has contributed several high class articles to newspapers and magazines. Her leisure hours are much given to literary work and study, and in the languages she is proficient. Her translations are invariably faultless-barrin- g printer's errors. Next week we promise her namuscript shail be followed, even .should it blow out of tho window! A Live Man By Express, So She Thought. ilk & jml WidMr l SIS Turpin. Price, $1.98. Thursday. Mr. Miss Katie Elanton is expecting Miss May Escott, of Shelby ville, on Nashville, is spending the holidays with his father, GREAT LINE OF $200. $2 50 AND Hon. W. T. Tevis. $3.00 PICTURES. Dr. Chas. Sweeney has returned to Anderson county after a visit to Mr. The choicest selection of Fancy Goods, and Mrs. Ed, Powell. such as tamps. Tables, Onyx goods Misses Sue McRoberLs and Mary at bottom prices. of Harry Tevis, Bell, of Danville, are to be tho guests of Miss Julia Higgins, this week. Col. and Mrs. George Matt Adams, of Louisville, arrived on Monday and are the guests of Mr. B. W. Turner. The grandest line of couches and chairs .Mr. G. C. Clark and family, of fever shown in the city. See our full White Hall, have gone to Punta size leather couches genuine leather at $18 00. $20.00, $25 $27.50. Turkish leath- Gorda, Florida, for Mr. Clark's health. er chairs, big arm chairs, sleepy hollows. Mrs. B. Ij. Middelton is spending Link at all the ptocks then come here. tho holidays with her parents, Mr. AVE WON'T BE UNDERSOLD. and Mrs. D. N Sharp, at Shelby ville. Leather Goods. She will lor. Rev. M. A. Smith officiating. The study music, literature and history. wedding was a quite one and only reHow admirably she is prepared for latives were present. Mr. Norris is a these studies her many friends here most highly respected and energetic well know, as her college record young;farmer, and Miss. Myra a most shows. She was graduated irom both estimable and popular young lady. Madison Female Institute and Cen- Both have a host of friends with whom tral University, taking a we join in extending congratulations course at tho former and receiving and best wishes for their happiness and tho degree of B. L. at the latter, al- prosperity. Celeste, ways being noted for her proficiency Texas. in every study. Miss Tribble is a rare Thebride is well known example of the devoted student, and a daughter of J. Gideon here.shebeing Taylor, of this for the love of learning she Couatv. to perfect herself in the school-rooTHE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE. those departments of study in which she always stood among her fellows. Her year's rest Encyclopaedic Almanac and Year Book for 1898 Free to Every Weekly Subscriber. since her graduation has been a d We desire to call special attention to and while we sinvacation, cerely regret to tee her leave home, the advertisement of the Commercial where her talents, her beauty and her lovable disposition have made her a Awarded great favorite, we believe that her fu- Highest Honors World's Fair, ture career will afford the best illustration of the possibilities of the well educated woman that have been demonstrated here in years. post-gradua- te tary, J. P. Chenault, Treasurer. Thursday evening at the residence of Miss Mary Tribble will leave on E. F. Adams, Mr. W. F. Norris was January 5 to enter the Washington united in marriage to Miss Myra TayCollege for Young Ladies. Expres agent, Monsieur T. Coffee, on Friday, who said he had a package for her. When the young lady reached the door she saw the agent and another man there, and before she thought what she was saying she exclaimed "O, is it a live man?" It proved to ho her beau whom she had not seen for five years, who happened to step up at the same time the express agent did. The laugh was general all around, but the young lady is considerably teased whenault, President, M. Wallace Yates, ever the subject is mentioned. Vice President, R. S. Taylor, SecreCuped's Capers. The handsomest hop here in years will be that to be given by the Madison Social Club on Friday night in the Collins building. Seibert's orchestra from Louisville will be on hand. The programs are something superb: Elegant linene folders encased in satin and suspended by silk corded pencils. The chaperones and officers are as follows: Mrs. I. Shelby Irvine, Mrs. C. D. Chenault, Mrs. Edward B. Hume, Mrs. Daniel Bates Shackelford, Mrs. Neale W. Bennett, Mrs. Kuper Hood. Chas. T. Chen- Fifth street young lady was called to the front door by the Adams A at 3:;50 o'clock yesterday morning, drew the department to what proved to bo the hottest and most stubborn fire it has encountered in a long time. Tho Pantagraph office was a roaring furnace, and its location, in the center of the largest business block in the city, was a source of grave apprehension as to the safety of the city. Thanks to the presence of our abundant water supply and the work of the fire laddies, the flames were confined to the upper floors of the three-stor- y building, between the Madison National Bank and Covington & Mitchell's store. Tho origin of the fire is unknown. Since last Thursday there had been no fire in the Pantagraph ofllce, where tho flames were first seen and to which by three hours hard work they were confined. The eflects of the fire may be summed up thus: Building ownod by Jas. Bennett, insured for $6,000, damaged about$4,000. Stock of drugs of Perry & Thomas, valued at $5,000 with $3,500 insurance, which will cover the loss sustained. Dr. W. G. White lost $100 by water, damage to stock of medicines in the cellar; no insurance. Madison National Bank building, injured only by watei and cutting roof, $100; fully insured. J H. King, photographer, loses by smoKO anu water, iax), no insurance. Dr. J. C. Morgan's office escaped entirely. Law ofllce of Chenault & Bennett, satuated with water, damaged to carpet and furniture, estimated $100. The only casualty befell Claude Lvter, a volunteer fireman, who fell irom a rooi ana oroke ins leg. The fire department has resolved as a body to donate to the injured man their salaries for tho past year a noble act which however should not be permitted by the city council. Our neighbors of the Pantagraph are the heaviest losers, and the spectacle presented bv their wrecked and ruined office is pitiful. It is needless to add that the services of the Climax office are at their disposal. Mr. Adams estimates his loss at $2,000 with $1,000 insurance. $100 Howard, $100. The readers of this paper will he pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional tratment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the Oatient Strpnctll liv hmlrlinr nn tl. constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that thay offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of Testimonials. Address, F. J. Cheney Co.,Tolede, O. by Druggists. 75c. Great dec-l-- a Total Wreck. Tho vigorous ringing of the fire bell LOST STEER. Tho undersigned lost at the cattle pens on Court day one hrindle or dark red steer, about GOO lbs., dehorned, white spot on back, and white streak on left shouldor. Liberal reward for information of steer's whereabouts. Gko. B. 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Mr. Sam Black, of Speedwell, is now deputy jailer. WincheslerJCourl. The Band Concert. 1 fil n J. A. Ramsey, Auct., reports but few The miserablo weather of Tuesday V&Sdbfe Pap Harris and R. L. Potts, a cattle on the market and no good feednight prevented many from attending the concert and supper given in the WEDNESDAY, DEC. 29, - - 1897. couple of Whites Station dudes, were ers. Tho highest price realized was in town on Monday night attending 4cts for a pair of oxen, weight 2,440 lbs. Court House by the Richmond MiliCommon oxen 2 to 2Jcts. Good heifers the Masonic supper. tary Band, under the direction of their UQOUU933SQOOQ3G&QQOUWW& U30 G50 lb., $3.75 to $3.85. The demaud C talented teacher, Prof. Minier. The ft Drs. Poyntz and Bales will move will be received C Advertisements program consisted of high class their ollice to the front room ot the was good for the best feeders but none Do yon understand just what Dr. J. C. by THE CLIMAX with the gunr- on hand. Good demand for good mules music and it was interspersed with Bourne residence, on 3rd and Main. o antec that its circulation exceeds Ay el's medicines will do for you? Aro on the market. banjo and guitar solos by Prof. MiDr. Bales has rented the rest of build- but none they helping you as fast as you think they O that of any otherpaper publibhed C nier, who demonstrated his wonderMay Lose An Eye. ing and will make his residence there ought t Write to our doctor. He will 2 in Richmond. C ful musical talent to the astonishment c after Jan, 1- .Mr. S. Noville Moberley is laid up o answer all questions, and give you the of the audience. Tho performance of best medical advice, absolutely free. See the fine corner seat in McCor-mic- k with a badly injured eye, having been the band was excellent, some of the Address the J. C. Aycr Co., Lowell, Mass. Bros.' window. This fine piece of struck by a ball from a Roman candle en Owed to January. pieces being most difficult yet artisChristmas night. The injury is very work was manufactured in their shop. tic in their rendition. The supper Co ne on, New Year, dime on! If you have any parlor work of any serious and may terminate in the de- Local Option Campaign in Yates District. was a novelty. From a'printed menu Chistmas leaves me merry; The the sight of tho eye. Mr. Under the efficient management of of musical terms the courses were orkind see them. It struction of many Come with the fatal dawn Moberley's friends regret the oc- J. Robt. Boatman and others interested dered, for instance: "Bring me The second term of Central Uni- currence very much and hope to learn in the work, a Of freezing January! sufficient number of peti- 'Ivory Manipulations,' 'The Prido of versity will open on Monday next, of his rapid and safe recovery. tioners has been secured to order an the Tropics,' and 'What I Say When I fain would know the worot Jan. 3. Tuition for the second and opening of the polls in the Yates MagWhile crowing Time's sad ferry; Alter Yerkes. I Mash My Finger.' " Here comes the third terms, ending June 9 in college isterial district, consisting of the pre- pretty little waiters with tho fancy i hup on, O First tad First A Washington telegram says the Civil proper $30, to thi preparatory departcincts, Kiniffiton and Bear Wallow. The Of joyless January! titles translated as follows: "ToothService Inspector will come to Kentucky ment, $25. See ad. date of the election to take the sense of picks, sherbet aud ico cream. And in January to investigate alleged violaNo flowers no sunny rays Mr. Esom Burgin fell on Main tions of the law. It is reported that "the the district nn to local optionjis not yet so it went. The prettiest titles repreNo voices sweet and cheery; street. Christmas day, and sustained commission is now in correspondence agreed upon, but will ha in the near fu- sented the plainer food whilst the Only that note of ninety 'days, painful though not serious injuries to with the Treasury over the irregularities ture. The campaign will be vigorously unattractive names drew the best Renorseleas January! his back. He and Mrs. Burgin leave in Mr. Yerkes' district, arising from a prosecuted, and no pains spared to make prizes. Tho supper was a sucF L. tanton in Attlanta Constitution. for Louisville, where they discharge of ninety one men, lollowed a it as successful as that of the Glades; cess, gastronomically and musically, the services ot the best talent in Rich- for the band boys discoursed sweet will make their home in the future. Altermalh. few days later by eight appointments." mond and Berea will be solicted. music as appetizing accompaniment. W lfe pave you some costly presents, Mr. Fox's Fire Loss Paid. Off For The Pen. y Prof. Minier is a strict disciplinarian, Reports. di I she-"- ' For damage sustained by his livery one-ha- lf Sheriff Simmons carried the followThough it rained nearly all day, believing in obedience, punctuality, "Can't tell. Haven't got the bills for stable in the work house fire some weeks ing colored prisoners to Frankfort, sobriety and application. If his rules cm yet." Atlanta Constitution. ago, Mr. C. T. Fox has been paid $475. sentenced at the late term of Circuit there was a large crowd in town yesterday. The stors were thronged are not obeyed the recalcitrant is The damage to the work house, $500, Court: Wm. Martin, rdbbery, two liold Medal lost. See ad, with customers. So,an::ious were the ejected and only the proper characwill also he paid. years; Jeptha Johnson, breaking into people to See lilder'b bargain ad iu this issue make trades that crowds ters are retained. His methods have freight car, two jears; Elzie Broad-du- btood on tiie Stouffer is the oldest clothier, furnishof the Climax. streets in the rain, many been signally successful everywhere housebreaking, five years. er and Hatter in the city. he has taught, and will surely be of them without overcoats or utnbrel "Hot times in the old town" yesterMr. Simmons also took Flora las, listening to the cries of the auc- here. Already the young men are Losh day morning. , a sma'.l white girl, to the Insti- tioneers. The were as proficient with three months trainA gold medal, inscribed Lillie Stan- tute for Feeble Minded. oe Stouffer for cheap overcoats. busy as usual. The number of cattle ing as is usual in a year under orditon Thorp. 2nJ Prize, Dist. No. 15. m Ptof. Minier is a Local Oratorical and Declamatory Contests. on the market could not he ascertained. nary instructors. Lost on the streets of Richmond or begraduate of music with a degree from A f tor Dec ol Caleast post office w ill tween town and Mrs. After tho holidays a public debate Best judges say 2,500 head, and most the Highland, Kan., Terrill's on the Conservator and declamatory contest will take of them changed hands at about same be discontinued. Irvine Pike. Finder please return to prices as a month ago. There were and teaches banjo, guitar, piano, place between the students of CaldSuits to orderat StoufTer'.s at ready this office. flute, violin, mandolin, etc. Call on well High School and the University also deals in horses and mules. Cap. made prices. Stouffer sells clothing cheaper than him at the Willis House. Gillispie sold 40 Preparatory. Such a contest will be I C. Bo:s has removed his familv anybody. per cwt. Mt. Sterlieg Sentinal Deminteresting and we are glad to note Blue Grass Dental Society Meets. t the residence recently purchased in this innovation in the mode of enter- ocrat. 'pilasville. COURT DAY. GEORGETOWN" Ni The Blue Grass Dental Society was taining the patrons cf both these Bogie. To Mr. and Mrs. John Boheld yesterday at Georgetown. schools. B. B. Peark, actioneer, reports about The preliminaries will ee Stoufler for underwear. one-ha- lf gie, on last Wednesday, a fine girl. Among those who read papers were shortly be arranged by Prof, Clark 100 cattle on the market. Good cattle, Mpt-2f- l Cm Dr. A. "Wilkes Smith, of this city, and Prof. Chandler. yearlings, sold at $3.70 to $4 per cwt.; If at first some men don't succeed, ( 'minty Clerk White issued license common cattle, steers, at from $3.25 they fail, fail again. and Dr. McFVrran Crow, of Versailles. Wm. Todd's Sale. t wed to nine couple on Friday last, a . i Dr. W. W. Burgin, of this city, is to $3.50; heifers at from $3 50; no feedThe sale of Wm. Todd, near Paint ers on the market. Milch cows at $35 ' ird breaker. Treasurer of the Society. Lick, on last Thursday was largely at- to $40. to Plug horses Christmas turkeys, tovs, candies, Its a hard matter to keep a stock tended and is reported as follows: His mules at from $40 toat $15 No $35; work $S0. sheep on oranges, oysters, ban annas, of on hand all the time; but farm of 100 acres to Mack Eliott at $53 vehicles collet-- , celery, nuts and nice on the market. Itestore full, regular action if you will leave vour order with me per acre; 350 barrels of corn in crib . of the bowels, Jo not Irriti m". at I). ChenaultA Co's grocer-Prizes For The Most Popular Young you will get what you want. tate or Inflame, but leave from $1.20 to al 50 per barrel ; about 15 dec-2tf all the delicate digestive or Lady A Great Contest. John Donklsox. head of horse and mule btock from $20 iranlsm in rrfect condition Try tlicm 15 cents. - Burglas entered the Post office at A to $35 : one car of fat hogs to Ballard & Crutcher, who is visiting ITepnred only by I' 1. Hood A Co , Low ell, Mass. Miss Anna Corpse Well Preserved For Eighteen Years. Guidon Friday night, securing about Dunn at 3c; a lot of shelled oats at friends at Meridian, Miss., sends us a We trust Mr. McKinley found a The remains of Richard A. Robin-so- n 70J in stamps and money. 23c; fodder 5c per shock. A lot of copy of the Herald of that city, and in his stocking. were removed last week from the Hats and caps latest styles and low- old family buring grounds near Hin-to- n farming implements, plunder, etc., sold in it we find notices of the contest gocurcs at fair prices. ing on there for the most popular 1 sept 29-- m est prices at Stouffer's. to the eemetory at Corinth, says lUmVl? Cuts Burns Bruits, Rheuyoung lady in either Alabama or W. R. Smith's College, Lexington. Ky. matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. Miss Lizzie Shearer, of Red House, the Georgetown Times. Mr. Robin-so- n died eighteen years airo, yet the Is where hundreds of clerks, fanner Mississippi: is iiting Misses Mary Kate and AnIt is not e.'isy to forget that the Re"The capital or first prize is an elebody was well preserved; his hair boys and others have invested $90 for nie Forbes, of "White Hall. publicans promised prosperity. gant conveyance horse and vehicle had grown to be quite long and his tuition anil board for an education to be given to the lady of either AlaDon't buy your shoes until you see clothe were in good condition. When and are now getting $1000 and over a bama or Mississippi, who receives This Tells Where Health May lie Found, Freeman Bros.' line; prices, $2, S3 and he died he wa- - fll years of age. year. The Kentucky University nov $4. the highest number of votes. The And that is more Important than makunder seal is presented grad- horse, Endor, cost $300, is a blood hay. ing money. If your blood is impure. Stouffer sells clothing cheaper than Masonic Lodce No. 25 gave a uates of this responsible and honored five years old, is a handsome, valua- Hood's Sarsaparilla is the medicine for anybody. on nionday night at the old revencollege. Read ad. and keep this notice Kinqston High School. ble animal and can be seen at any you. It cures scrofula, salt rheum, ue office. It was a handsome affair. rheumatism, catarrh and all other disfor reference. Remember in order time at Dick Thornton's Twenty-fift- h Prof. J. X. Elliott, who has very Don't buy a suit or hat for your boy satisfactorily conducted the Kingston that your letters may reach this col- avenue stable, while the vehicle is eases originating in or promoted by imlege to address only W. R. SMITH, being v itliout seeing Stou tiers. built in New York especially pure blood and low state of the system. Public School during the past year, for the Herald's contest. The second Journal's Ladies' will probably conduct the High Lexington, Ky. 'The Jessamine Hood's Pills are eary to take, easy to Music For The Millions. prize is an 1 Iiimn was, like its editors, a darling, School there for the next term. Prof. operate. Cure indigestion, headache. ... they sa , but we didn't get ours. The happiest man going out of town lady's bicycle, and will be given to Elliott is an A. B. graduate of KenIt never so low at tucky University, is a high minded, on Monday was Mr. Burrell Million, the lady of the other State receiving Clothing at prices mrr: Let us hope that Mr. Wolcott is not JK sept29-Gihonorablo and industrious young who proudly displayed tho $50 music the highest number of votes. If a snuffers. lady wins the first prize, joking. gentleman, very popular with his pu- box which he won at the drawing which Mississippi -- Mr. Warfield Bennett has qualified pils and an excellent teacher. He occurred at the drug btore of Douglas & an Alabama lady will receive the Fcr Pneumonia. of the estate of his Wines. There were 100 chances and Mr. second prize; or, if an Alabama lady should, bv all means, be retained. Dr. J. C. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich, mother the late Mrs. Elizabeth Bennett. fey then a Mississippi Million's number 40 captured the prize. wins the first prize, says: "I have used Foley's Honey and D. Chenault's grocery is chuck full lady wins the second." give flour in exchange -- Zarmg will of good things for Christmas and this He remarked to the Ci imax as he left The contest closed on December 23; Tar in three very severe cases of pneufor irn week will mark the largest rush of busi- the city. "Tell them I have music for on December 19 Miss Minnie Turner, monia the past month with good reThose Who Endun the Millions and to come around and dec-sults. lm T. V.. Arnold is superintendent of ness ever had at this popular stand. J The pain of rheumatism should be rehear my box." Some people are born of Ellisville, Miss., lead witli 23.507 tm ii w Second Christian Church Suu-b- i A fox hunt that covered half the minded that a cure for this disease may by Miss Sallie Leslie ludky, others rich, and others good look- votes, followed hoo . and on Sunday next the opening exSlight Fire at Judge Chenault's Home. ing. Burrell got all these and a music Stone and Miss Ruby Rubush, of county was a Christmas day attraction found in Hood's Sars.iparilla. The , Forty-thre- e iet will take place. perience of those who have taken Hood's acres of land, 12 acres of Meridian, each having 22,259 votes. in Wolfe. Having decided to go West, I will playbox. On Wednesday night children &v land, is -- inng's Patent Flour is the best ing in an upstairs lumber room at zB-l- r Tho next highest vote was 22,201 for Diseases often lurk in the blood be- Sarsaparillu for rheumatism, and have which good dwelling river bottom stable offer for male on the premise-- uii the Mr- -. Wedding In Prominent Colored Society. house and with Win. Irwne f.irm, about one mile fiom r.lTiiN lv w XJI 22,004, and so on, fore they openly Miss Georgia Rich, made. Try it. manifest themselves. been completely and perinanently(cured. Judge John C. Chenault's home, from Yesterday there was a quiet though no less than 175,000 otes having been Therefore keep the blood pure with prove the power of this medicine to rout thrown in. One quarter mile Creek. Richmond on Sliearer'h wafer tank, on Otter Hill, dropped a candle amongsome rags and very stylish cast. Mr. Herbert Louis of College wedding in this city which For further particulars call on or address THURSDAY, DEC. 30, 1897, Hood's Sarsaparilla. It and conquer this disease. Hood's now with Oldham Bros, of Mt. Sterling, the house was soon filled with smoke. united the lives of two well educated Interesting Facts About Uncle Tom's Cabin J. B. GRIMKS. is the One True JJlood Purifier the following stock: septlo-OmA. W. C. T. Union was organized at Ford, Ky. will take a position on Jan. 1 with the Mrs. Chenault and the servant girl and highly respectable members of the Hero Who Lately Died in Lexington. Two aged mules, 4 suckling mules, 1 the acid which causes and it neutralizes to extinguish the smoul- best colored society Miss endeavored old horse, 2 plug horses, 1 tive-- j Bus Bee Cash Store, this city. Maude Mack-eLewis George Clark who died in Lex Columbia last week with a large mem- the aches and pains of rheumatism. This family horse, 1 fnur- dering fire but the smoke almost and John M. Walker. The former ington on Friday. Dec. 17, aged 82 bership. liniducks, quails, is it why absolutely cures when oysters can and bulk, rnnitririJTJirirLnxiJTnnniinrinjxrirLrip saddle mure. 50 old cattle, :U) suffocated them. The fire departJlZV ! yearling cattle, 2" heifers, ments and other outward applications rabbits, turkeys, at E. Deatber.ige & ment was called out, but Mr Neff is a daughter of Jos. Mackey. and is a years, was the George Harris of Mrs. Lost-- ' e graduate of Berea College, having Stowe's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" in story cows, 3 scrub cows, 1 JerCo.'b. Many have lost confidence and hope fail to give permanent relief. Be 6iire to arrived on the scene aud making his taught school for three years. sey cow, 5 suckling calves, 1 good bull, The read the world ovor. lin -as well as health, because they have get Hood's. 10 hogs Also 1 buggy and harness, 1 T. J. Curtis shipped Wednesday to way to the lumber room threw the groom is a graduate of Oberlin College, He was so slightly colored no one been told their Kidney disease was inwagon and harness, Z grass Paterson, X. J., caused a loss Dradshaw of Maroa, III., a 4 vcar-ol- d heap of burning rags out of the win- Ohio, is a good business man and owns Fire at J It. j every supposed him a slave, and as curable. seed strippers, run one season, 10 ton Foley's Kidney Cure is a of $50,000. dow before auv damage was done. liiA hands jack which was considery clover hay and some bale straw. A a good farm in this county. The cere he lay in his coffin six hours in state Guaranteed remedy for the discouraged ed one of the finest in Madison county. number of chickens and bronze turkeys. Make Christmas day a bright, special era to The friends of Mrs. J F. Stone are mony was performed by Elder Broad-du- at Lexington Auditorium Sunday Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the and disconsolate. Also mv household ami k'tchen furni- some one by the gift of sotuethiBg from our finest liver aud bowel regulator ever Zaring's Mill is the place to take notified that she is engaged in trimmany could not realize that he had ture. Everything must go regardless stock. We have never before oert sch FOR CHRISTMAS mayl-lmade. The Cumberland Presbyterians of ming for Mrs. Lucy Maun, on Main our custom worK of price. Vote or Thanks. been called a negro, says Col goods at such prices, Tbey are wHMh the street, opposite Blanton's coal office. At same time and place will sub-rereach of the most moderate buyer. Call, at In some portions ot Pennsylvania the Candies, Fruits, Nuts in the Paris Kentuckian. We Morgantown will build a new church. The Alumnaoj Association of Hiram Msirctim will open a rOO acres of grass land, known as the least, to inquire. Ladies need no assurance that these Madison Institute at a called meeting have often interviewed tho interesting When your stomach begins to trouble snow is four feet deep. .Main and South H. streets, at Blackwell farm. and Toys, ho is offering The Fairest Gem. We weald net be sur fashionable milliners have no supe- unanimously resolved to W.C G vines prised if this advertisement reached the eye of publicly ex old character and attended his furner-a- l you, it needs help. The help it needs, The person who disturbed the congrehaving sold hi- interest in his other store Richmond, and their prices great Bargains. riors in dec22-2- t Richmond, Kv. some one who considered the fairest gem f the to obtain notes for obituary. We is to digest your food, and, until it gets press the grateful appreciation of the at the K C depot to his former partuer, gation last Sundcy by coughing, is reand goods are without a peer. season his sweetheart. A ring or other Jfcteces Association and of the Institute itself never had any doubt after hearing him it, you won't have any peace. Stomach quested to call on Perrv & Thomas and Tims. Hurst nov3-9of jewelry would be a very Beat esprcaiion of report hii history, that he was the trouble is very distressing, "very obsti- get bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar, Business, for the cordial support and generous such a feeling. Why not reap a pleasure by a Educate Turkeys! Turkeys! Turkeys! Dressed Gift Carnival. nate, very dangerous. Many of the which always gives relief. PHONOGRAPHY, conferring one assistance accorded by the ladies and real character of George Harris. FOR A TI. ready for the oven; telephone Elmer The fnneral in Lexington was at St. most dangerous diseases begin with simA glittering dhow. Our cases present a glitThe Danville Sun has the following gentlemen of Richmond in their able Situation. te Co Heatherage e tering array of all that is newest ami choicest A little daughter of Cal Humphrey g to say of Hillyer's grand gift carnival, and thoroughly enjoyable presenta- Paul's A. M. E. church at 2 p. m. Over ple indigestion. The reason is that in Telegraphy in the things which refined people was burned to death near Princeton. eept29-3Mr. J. H. Bradshaw, of Illinois, which will be at Jobe's Opera House tion of tho "Deestrick Skule" and his heart was pinned a bouquet of rich digestion (notdigestion, c S gj is- - ;ev tr. The prices of many of things is nothing short la f y v. iii weakens the system and allows evenings, Dec. also thank the generous public who red roses. His long gray beard was parsed through Richmond We"ne?day Saturday and Monda of these things is nothing short of astowBding. chru irurruTxuinxuxruTJ trLannru tru inro When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, Tell us what you can afford to spend and in gave their support. Tho friends of combed into a close roll and he present- disease germs to attack it. The antidote candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c with a fine Jack he bought of Mr. T. J. 4th and Gth. almost every cs.se you can be suited at your & r copyright eaTv niayo lyr He also bought Mr. Curtis' Curtis. Hillyer combination was the at- the school will doubtless be glad to ed an appearand of a wellearned rest. is Shaker Digestive Cordial, stength-eninThe own price. Try it . Rev. J. T. Morrow, the slightly colornourishing, curative. It cures tan WILBUR R. SMITH, traction last night and drew a good know that tho entertaiument was a hue 1'eawne stallion. A ship was wrecked off Cape Henry, P- ed pastor, read the Scriptues, then indigestion and renews strength and Va. LEXINGTON, KY., meat, fancy house. The entertainment was inter- success financially and the proposed Plum Puddings, mince For circular ot hi famouj and rcsponsiblo The Mam Street Jeweler esting throughout and some of the feats improvement at the Institute will be prayer, and the song "Asleep in Jesus," health. It does this by strengthening can gods, sauces and relishes, catsup at COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY by the choir, some of whom were as the btomach, by helping it to digest performed wore truly marvelous. Some commenced at once. and Kczcma. Tetter, THE. E Deatherage & Co.'s Awarded Xedal at World's Exposition. white as tho deceased. your food. It nourishes you. Shaker of the presents given awav were useful Mixxie B. Smith White, The intenso itching and smarting incithousands of Id positions. Tfr oTtoFall Iliulnru pndmtei including Course, Cost Lewis George Cleark was supported Digestive Cordial is made of pure herbs, dent to theso diseases is instantly allayed A man who knows has estimated and valuable, and as a whole the attracMixekva Park Phelps, Books and Hoard in family, about t0. (III "U4J during the last year of his life by funds plants and wine, is perfectly harmless by applying Chamberlain 'a Eyo and S horthand,Type-Writand Telegraphy , Spcoalbes. that $2G,G50 per year is spent in tion is excellent and is all that it claims Committee. Ointment. Many very bad ;ases Diploma, under ileal, tTTh Kentucky University Conrwfree, if desired. Notice is hereby given that the firm of Willsent from far away New Zealand. On and will certainly euro all genuine Skin been permanently cured by it. Horrodsburg in tobacco cigars cigaretto be. R. N. I. and B. Changed to the Southeastern. Literary awarded Kradnat have It have o vacation. Enternow. Graduates ucceifnl. iams & Brooks Brooksthis day dissolved partregistration day in 1895 Uncle George stomach trouble. Sold by druggists, is equally efficient for itching piles and tes, chewing and dipping or half enough retiremg and J. M. Will he at White and Bush opera J order to have vor tetters reach nt. addret on!y, nership. J. O. The Louisvilleand Southeastern Rail- Clark applied for registration and was price 10 cents to $1.00 per bottle. Williams becoming exclusive proprietor, the a favorito remedy for sore nipples; to pay for the county pikes in one yeaij house this city, tonight. It WILBUR R.SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY. business hereafter to be conducted on account road Company will hereafter be the rufused. This was telegraphed over chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites of and in the name of J M Williams. Parties dec29-4Ar'e You Cold ? Sweet oranges, bananas, apples, A fine quarry of lithographic stone and chronic sore eyes. 25 cfcj. per box. holding claims against said firm will receive name of the Richmond, Nicholasville, tho world, and a philanthropic gentlepayment on presentation of same and parties E. inalaga grapes, nuts of all kinds at If so so go to Coleman Neff and get Irvine and Beattyville railroad. Articles man, Charles Umbers, of Dunedin, has been discovered near Morehead. indebted to said firm will please call and settle Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are A STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC Deatherage & Co.'s and save costs. This Nov 21. 1S97. Pine Knot Coal for 11 cents, a bushel, of incorporation have filed aud the Otago, New Zealand, clipped tho arEverybody Says So. NEWSPAPER. WILLIAMS & BROOKS. just what a horse needs when in bad R-new corporation, it is stated, will ac- ticle and enclosed it to the Mayor of Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most won- condition. Tonic, blood purifier and Endorsed by the last Convention as the ..Ready For The hens generally are still loafing the best coal on the market. Ollice pleasthe They are nob food bnt B. depot. Telephone 90. dec22-3- t quire the property recently purchased Lexington, asking him if the state- derful medical discovery oftaste, age, peutly vermifuge. 'round and doing but little of nothing WANTED AGENTS. ant and refreshing to tho act by D. Shannahan & Co., and afterwards ment contained in it was true. Editor and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, medicine and the best in nso to pnt a Official Organ of Democracy. A Kingston Marrriage. "Ike CcaMmte &Wr u tie Cui War," contains in the way of producing eggs. They Price 25 horse in prime condition. cleansing tho entire systrm, dispel colds, trauferred to Adolph Segal, of Philadel540 pazn IMS aAti, auct oer 1.10 bfit fettle will probaly wait until after ChristDr. J. P. Settle, a well known phy- phia. The capital stock is $2,000,000, McClure wrote Mr. Umbers gaving cure headache, fever, habitual constipation sents per package. Stesej, rVtnits, ttt. The greatest ami lirsest box buy Fcr tho Free Coinago of Silvor. him all tho details of George Clark's and biliousness. Pleaao .'.0 and try a and mas to get down to business George- sician of Kingston, and Miss Lillie cent. War Book ever Dubhshed, ami the A Connecticut man accidentally shot For the Chicago Platform. divided into 20.000 shares of $100 each, life. In November, 1896, Mr. Umbers or C. C. C. to euro 10, &", druggists.Sold guaranteed town Times. by all Moody, daughter of Mr. Jeff Moody, and it is the purpose of the incorporathat does justice to the Confederate For the Democratic Nominees. and killed his mother. soldier and tlie cause he fought for. of the same place, went to Jellico lust tors to extend the road from Irvine to gave Mr. Clark a benefit musical in Christmas chinaware, lamps, It costs Mason county fifty dollars a Don't Tobacco Spit and Bmoka Yonr Life Away. For the Interest of tho Masses. Dunedin, and sent the proceeds, 70 Agents wanted everywhere to sell this and other novelties in profusion at Friday night and were united in mar- Beattyville next spring, and for this book on our new and easy plan. Many All the Latest Telegraphic !NVws pounds sterling, or $350, to Mayor day to guard her toll gates. If vou want to quit tobacco using easily riage, returning homo on Monday. of the lady and gentlemen aents who E Deatherage & Co.'s bcinaaowelljStrong.inuguutic, AH the Latest State News. 7,800 of the stock are retained in Simrall, This money tho Mayor has The doctor may be a good old man, and forever.life aud vigor, tal:o The jrroom was a widower with three the treasury to bo disposed of for this full of new aro at work are making from 30 to 1M All the Latest Market .Reports. men Mr. T.J.Smith, Jr. hasourthanks tnat makes the month. Ttttrm, Su and Diajlttn children, and is a son of Mr. M. D. purpose. The incorporators are Adolph used in making the last days of tho but even so, medical examinations and strong. Many gain ten pounds inweakdays. ten fier and others interested are rtqnest-e-of for handsome calendars, issued by Settle, a well known and highly reold man as comfortable as possible. d treatment are Over 400,000 cured. Buy the of your Correct Court Report. to send for a beautiful illustrated deIns excellent fire insurance companies spected merchant of Kingston, at Segal, of Philadelphia, David W. Rev. Chambers said in sermon that abhorrent to every modest woman. drucgist, under guarantee to cure, 50o or Correct Market Report. scriptive circular (free) and terms to James B. McCreary, G. "W. Gour-le- Geo. Clark was asnccessandafailure, They are embarrassing Often useless. $1.00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. the Magdeburg, of Germany, the whose home Dr. and Mrs. Settle will Reliable News Reports. or New York. agents. Address Courier Jocks l Job Barclay J. Woodward and Herman just as Frederick Douglass was. He They should not bo submitted to until Sterling Hcmedy Co.,Chiiien Honest Editorial Policy. "Western, of Toronto, and the ReliPrinting Co., Louisville. Ky. reside. The bride, who Is only eigh Hooper. They are said to have plenty The steamer Hotspur was wrecked at fellow-slaveance, of Philadelphia. arose above the millions of his everything else has been tried. In nine teen years old, is a very beautiful of capital behind them. But his son there tells me that cases out of ten, there is no reason for Pittsburge. The Lonisvillfi A new stock of buggies, etc. at young lady and has a largo circle of X he deserted his own children, leaving them. In nine cases out of ten, the "Within the last Week two promJohn Donelson's. Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys and Dispatch and 111 h ULli! who join in the wish that her friends or inent young business men of Louis- them in their minority to shift for doctor in general practice isn't compe- bowels. Never sicken, weakenmavl-l- gripe. ONE YEAR FOR $1.65. Mr. Chas. Venable, of Kington, married life may be a happy one. ville have been exposed in their crook- themselves, while he trotted round tent to treat female diseases. They make 10c. Ton need colors to make your home more The present schedule of Illinois Central and Miss Boian, of Estill county, are See Stoufler and save money on ed ways. As usual, the social and tho world to bo gaped at and admir- a branch of medicine by thetnsolvcF. attractive for the Christmas festivities, you in addition to shortening the time to to be married this afternoon at two clothing, over coats and underwear. will find results satisfying. No trouble about Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier business world is surprised, and ed as the original George Harris in They are distinct from other ailments. o'clock at the home of the bride's parexpense of It, for the cost is so slight you Than Ever" to reach aU points in Arkansas, Harriet Beecher Stowe's "Uncle They can bo properly understood and ths friends refuse to believe the story, but Mrs. Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California. The Cole Cats Jackson. ents, near Rice Station Rev. J. Robwill scarcely notice it. Let us supply the paint splendid train service with which the Illinois treated only by one who has had yeats such things are becoming so numer- Tom's Cabin." and you do the work or we will have the paint Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled ert Boatman will perform the cereGeorge Clark told us when Mrs. of actual practice and experience in this J. "W. Cole, in the employ of the ous as to bo no longer sensational. "Limited.' is equipped makes it "Easier Than applied for you at a very small expense. mony. Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned Sewing Machine Co., had a The desire to become suddenly rich, Stowe's daughter said ho was a fraud particular line. This is true of Dr. E. New Home Have recently received large shipments of territory. The Central Is the only line which runs Free Window Glass all sizes from 8x10 to 40x90 you want give me difficulty on Saturday with "Dad" or the grertiflcation of some of the and thus stopped remittances to him, V. Pierce, chief consulting physician of If I havn't what A METROPOLITAN trains indies all bought before the large advance In Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuilcd weekly Jackson, a painttr, now employed by passions, is the cause of many of the that Mrs. Stowe had unkindly tried the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Instifrom Louisville to the South, also a your order subject to approval. price all to be sold at a small profit. You Pullmaa Tourist tjrfor California, M. Rifle, the plumber, and the latter, crimes against property, which are to keep any one else from receiving tute, at Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce's J. Joirx Donelson. should see our nice new line of Picture Mould- - Lve Lonisville every Thursday oto 9 25pm NEWSPAPER who is an old man, gave Mr. Cole the being every day recorded in our courts benefits of the notoriety, Faverite Prescription, a remedy for all S 13am in rs, very small ones in all the new shades of Arr:Memphis Friday. New Years Ball to be given worst ot the melee. Sometime later, This tendency to appropriate to one's The Arr New Orleans Friday was born in Madison county, derangements of the reproductive organs &c. Clark .7 iSpm colors, THE SECOND TERM OF Thoroughly Equipped Lve New Orleans Friday. S 29pm own use that which belongs to anby the Madison Junior Social Club on Hemember we haven't many of the 10 cent att Houston Saturday while Jackson was in McKenna's sa- other is one of the growing evils of Ky. in 1815, was sold publicly three of women, has been in actual use for Central Universit' will open Attain topFriday the 31st is the papers left but what we have stQl go at 5 cents. Arr San Antonio Saturday 4 45pm loon, Cole stepped iu and when the dust the day, and serves as a serious draw- times, when live years old to Sam more than thirty years. It cures every .3 43pm every facility to keep you Prices guaranteed to be lower n the lowest. .s.rr capaso sunaay ic of conversation among the young peoArr Loa Angeles Monday 9 2jpm back to business. When we come to Campbell, then to Thomas Kennedy. form of '"female weakness." 3d, 1898. Monday, cleared away the old man's cheek was It Very respectfully. Arr San Francisco Tuesday .5 L5pm ple. Seibert of Macaulays theatrical laid open from tho cheek bone to the the point that wo cannot trust our He being so white he readily escaped daily posted upon all the events secured $1,500 from the Tuition for the Second and Tlu ii lit Tr Watr Bnt ta CiHfetiu. fame will furnish the music- - Gentle- chin. Cole was arrested by officer fellowman, thou business will be to Boston where he met Mrs. Stowe, blocked and life will scarcely be nt London. men will find list of Ladies at Perry & Chas. Dudley for malicious cutting, and worth the living. The lessons of hon- who often talked with him. Third Terms ending June 9th, of the world. Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to comThomas' Drug Store. For Sidney Troubles in College proper 830 to the Dailj, except Soifaj, S bm. $3; jur $S. waiving examination, was allowed $100 esty cannot be impressed too early His son, who is a law student, took municate with S. H. Fowler, Traveling Passennor oiten on tno minus oi tna young, the remains to Oberlin, Ohio. His ger Agent, Louisville, Ky. Best meat and sausage at W. J. bond and was held over to the April Piilj, f& Sa&j, t ml $1; jut $S i there is nothing better than Poley's Preparatory Department $25. l. r - ii.. i ji.j. i Wx. AL70BD EEUO.TD, A. G. P. A--, grand jury. Jackson is not seriously there a successful business career, daughters telegraphed they could not Kldnoy Cure, everyone who tries it will Shearer's meat shop, First street. Street, 209 West Main L. H. BLAHTOBT, Chincellor. ADDRESS THE DISPATCH, ILuraox, O P. A., LosiMFMJe.Ky. i come, nov22-2m. m dec2S-2- w agree to thlB. Anderson Hews. hurt. do-lseptt-ly- r LOUISVILLE, KY. Chisse, 111. decant! Free Medical Advice rOQFJNUP All their Wraps, January 1st, The Ji m L I I Jackets and Overcoats, before fc -- Busy Bee Cash Stores Has cut the price of each and every garment in the Cloak Department just into. 3 'r i V- i - Court-Da- J s, 4gf We have just received from our Cloak Manufacturers about 500 of the very newest sept-29-6- m Mul-Iin- s, horse-swappe- sept-29-G- JACKETSand ,b ' ? 4 sept-29-G- m l,000-lb,cattle- at $3-9- 0 sept-29-G- m . BIRTHS- Shown this season. price. WRAPS 8 - These Jackets were sent to us to close at n ii-s- You. can "buy handsome $15.00 and $20.00 Jackets and "Wraps now for $5, $8 and $9, all others in proportion. ,xf" 2 ph. . mill-open- OME EARLY AND GET YOUR CHO CI n 1 Planters CUBAN1L PRPATPQ T SLAUGHT IN THIS CITY, ALE ?Sf de-plo- 17-l-in OF WRAPS AND JACKETS EVER SEEN Respt., ban-,,n- ft sept-29-Gi- n - sept-29-G- m -- e, high-grad- e n ik. W W.D. OLDHAM COMPANY. - Ps& " ;L- s v 1 dec-22-- tf For Sale! tirst-class PUBLIC SALE. , h Year Surprises. 'f sV-- i lla o y live-ye- ar ear-ol- d ear-ol- d two-ye- ar three-year-o- ld high-grad- USIT1 two-hor- se 1"MTS - s. dec-l-- m Crau-doc- k, M new-grocer- y nt M - w dec-l-l- m A. D. Smith m g, iYjjgP fl, Kwa3. w w Type-Writi- I pa-.e'- -- . Subscribe Now! K D. ARMER Salt-Rheu- m Tui-fo- Notice of Dissolution! 4t Clirite!.. decS-4- w I.-- only-on- e bric-a-bra- c por-po- so wonder-worke- r, Fair-leig- y, s. y fni!1 th-.- d2i)-12- w EASIER THI EYER. Bail-roa- d, sept-29-C- Central University. January THE DAILY DISPATCH ; with Safe-blowe- post-offi- 1 1 m i- 1 !k II. WiUging, A-- o dec-l-- ' y t w !5 WW U! - 4 4t CI $lvj.- - &.--' if C 7- -- j? u ft " S PSSfrUS. " i ' - V ! tfc- - '(?f w CORRESPONDENCE. wnrsTON. .Estill Countyl - w sV 4 tv - r o."- 4 V : s:SADDL,ERY.s$: Having Opened a The Richmond Climax. :.MSecondHand .:" Furniture JiBstablishment v.- - EDITORIALS. is to hoped thnt no brutal spoils hunter will have the hardihood to demand an office upon the ground that he attended 'the burial of the president's mother, but there are members equal to anything. of the Louisvillo Times. pie-bripa- It AT 21G EAST MAIN. I am jire pared to take all kinds second-hanAt Walter Azbell's Livery Stablb. Geo. White. harness, cheaper All kinds of hand-mad- e than can be bought any where in Richmond. Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction gnaranted feb4-t- f order d furniture, such of as clocks, bedsteads, mattresses, bureaus, couches, in fact anything 3'ou want to dispose of in the line of furniture or old cast off stoves. clothing, second-han- d I also do upholstering, carriage top trimming, rene w mattresses. All work to side-boards, President for a fraction over nine months. Since he has been inaugurated he has pardoned a national bank wrecker on an average of every three weeks. This is a splendid record, viewed from the standpoint of the bank wreckers, but the depositors doubtless look at it from a different view point. Stanford Journal. William McKinlky has been up, is sufficient to cause alarm and complaint. Men not needing pensions should not receive them. Granting them this favor is an injustic to the people who swe.tt and toil to pay these burdens and wo do not believe the already liberal system will bo abused to tho extent of Riving every man who enlisted in the army, unearned funds if he be not entitled to same. In spite of the pains taken to prevent fraud in the present system we oosorvo it on every hand. There are men on the list who do not any more deserve pensions than those who tried to snoot tho stars and stripes from the heavmen, ens. Wealthy men, camp trailers and others enjoy the benefits of this benevolent institution who better deserve to be deprived of the funds coining from a liberal government. Let us care freely for all old soldiers in need. They nro entitled to protection, hut those not in need "and able to make a living, ought to be excluded from tho pay roll. Amen, brother; let that soak in! able-bodied 9999993 9999999B 1 "coffee-coolers- ," Our Postmaster. W. T. Tharp, is spending a lew days at Wildie, Ky, Mr. Joseph Portwood has sold his inrm to a Mr. Crook, of Beattyville. .Mr. Poitwood will go "West. Mifcs Olive Amerine has returned Diome after a visit of several woeks at .Red House. Mr. Solon Cox, who has been West for the past two years, returned to Estill J 3ast w eek. Mrs. George Aldridge. who has been very sick at the home of her daughter, 3Irs. W. H. Ashill, is improving. John Asbill was shot through the ! ! w Planters Female Regulator Health and Strength. It Is the Pills with each bottle. For sale by all dealers or sent direct upon recciptof price by New Spsncer Med. Co., Chattanooga, Term, LADIES' SPECIAL TREATMENT: m cases requiring special treatment, adiress. giving symptoms. Ladles' rtedical Advice and book on Female Diseases, with testimonials, free. z 1 V m Hk. ess n nsaw a. I tp M ! M m. TRY ,1m W For all diseases peculiar to women anj girls W It Tanes up the Nerves, Improves the Ap W vl petite. Enriches tbe Blood. 3.rA gives Life. 0 Vl Iqueenoftgnics! Mr V vl l A A. tM tfliWk w..jf mJ l m AWE Jmke Jm-J- i - &sA 9 TDCCI ritEXi MAKES THE COMPLEXION CLEAR. A bottle of "Monthly " Regulating V Jl !i IBI. ,n,. ww. -- r. n&MPtY CSATHARTIO n a m nj' m r I SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Ike Spoil fa, I respectfully solicita share of your patronage. WM. BROCKMAN. sept8-ly Who can tblak or some simple An tbiSK to potent? Idea Protect your vTiOJDEKBtjnN bring you wealth. fhrr may& CO, Patent AttorWrite JOHN neys, Washlnirufn. D tor their ll.SU) prize offer and list of two hundred inventions wanted. Wanted-- Idea C The Finest Rigs. The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- FI5T0RW1 -- nunproperty against homes and tention. The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Your "Cousin," business Insure your Fire Tornado. P. B. BROADDUS, Hunlej s Old Stand. No. 26 I represent two of the most reliable Insurance Companies in the United States and respectfully ask for a share of your patronage. S. F. ROCK, je2-i- y 3-3liKO. . RIl.EY 2C', Sec. Street, fUp Stairs). ONE OF TWO WAYS. Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends Wright's Celerv Capsules. Shelbvville. Kv., May 26, '96. To Wright 'Medical Co.,JCol., O.: I have purchased a box of Gent Wrieht's Celery Capsules from G. X. Middelton, dniimtet, and used them for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation and found that thev cave me immediate relief everv time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Yours very truly, Of The bladder was created for one purpose, namely, a receptacle for the urine, and assuch it is not liable to any form ot disease except by one or two ways. The first way is from imperfect action of the kidneys. The second way is from careless local treatment of other diseases. CHIEF CAUSE. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidneys is the chief cause of bladder O troubles. So the womb, like the bladGeo. W. Ktlev. der, was created for one purpose, and if not doctored too much is not liable to A weakness or disea-- e, except in rare cases. AJAX TABLETS POSITIYEH ( I 111 A. JA Mum rrro iratM railing. caused It is situated back of and very close to ory.I:nro iccj. lplents etc by Abu or otter Kxces and Indisbladder, therefore anv pain, disease cretion. TJiry ?tftrAy and tunlp the restore Lot alio- in old or young und or inconvenience manifested in the kidfit a man fur m ud j, business or marriage IrrTnt Infinity and Consumption if neys, hack, bladder or urinary passage is howg imaodiute lirprov taken in umf Their xneni and effects a I uT where oil other fail In to female Tliej often, by mistake, attributed wt apos fcavinc fhe penoiae Ajar Tablets hnrecarrd tboufcnd&rd will care yon. ecif a weakness or womb trouble of some sort. written eoarsrt'ne to eff et a rare En PTC ,n W I Oirr each case or refund the money Price The error is easily made and may be as padjLRo, or six jkc- - fa!! treatment) for fZSO By mail, in i lain wrapTT ninrwi"acfpnce ilrcular easily avoided. To find out correctly, AJAX REMEDY CO., HSSjTlifc et your urine aside for twenty-fob For Ra e in It; h"n no Kt Hawaii A hours; a sediment or settling indicates fih3 Hemdni kulnet or bladder trouble. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kil- 50 YEARS' the s:rcat kidney and ii t's .swatnp-KooEXPERIENCE MADE ME 1 MAN -- ur jjjilfel JwSMWmWSMEii t, tl Anroae senCI-- c a sSefh rl dpcrtntlon may quietly asertm r ur opinion free whether an Invcrtion is pr bn'y patentable f Handbook on 1'atenta tent 1 re. Oldest apeney for pecunrp patent. 1'atecU taken tbrouch Mnrn A Co. receive rpeeial notice, without charge, in the 'rfvVNN "race Marks Designs Copyrights &c. Madder remedy, is soon realized. If you need a medicine jou should have the best. Atdrugi&t fifty cents and one dollar. You mav have a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free b mail. and send jour s Mention the Clim to Dr. Kilmer & Co., lJinjihamton, N Y. The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer. ad-dn- Scientific American, cirA handsomely ulatnud Trwklr culation of any pcienunc JouniaL Ter.ns. (3 a year . four months $L Sold by all newsdealer. MuNN&Co.361-NeYork Branch Office, CS F St, Washington, P. C. THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. Long Troubles and Consumpton Cured. Can be An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. The distinjruished New York chemist, T. A. Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolnte en re for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting awav, will send THREE FREE BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. His "Ne Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timelj use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patientlv experimenting for produced results i ears, has as can be claimed as bemficial to humanity by any modern genius. His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," riled in his American and European laboratories in thousauu rom those cured in all parts of the MOrld. concede that bronchial, Medical exper chest and lung tro i lies lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and certain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum. M C, 98 Pine street. New York, giving postoffice and express address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent Sufferers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer J'J7-l- y in the Richmond Climax. & S!. R. R. Win-- 1 p. IL. j - K. 0. DIVISION. In Effect Not. 7, 1S96. Express for Cincinnati,! Paris, mail Maysville, auv m. ,ch ester and Lexington' 7.20 Mays- -' , ' Winch ester and jljxiiivton mail. 1.0J 'I viiiirion, London, 'Ik-o- . Pineville. 12 55 line for Livingston, a. m. 11.43 Umdon.Jellico.Knoxville; 3 19 a. m. Fait line for Cincinnati, p. m. 3 If) IWis Winchester. 11.43 p. m. Kouland. Lancaster and a. m 1.15 Stanford. 10.10 Rowland, Lancaster and 7:30 Mamord. 7:05 For in'ther particular call fr or address, Kt'l'EU HOOD. ARt. Cincinnati. Paris, F' Telen on mrASTiuuiMi Ar l 78 SOUTHERN RAILWAY. lv l i.bMW.teWM'k&i&. - UN HK"PII X hrliMlnlt. li, rlliH't I Im I4.un 3. 1X97. Ar Ar Vrivallli- -. Ar MlvlMM'Ml I.v Ar V ivatltci. Ar Ar I.v IhmIHi' . Ar S M'H.wlllr 7 4Vitn U Xal Sft!v linici'li; ; 4 (diini 7 ??Sal A Book . . . . Klotim i. .Tupm U scjim lHIUili ftriipiii IlllClpin W.Vmiii 7 aiplil lOXSpiq Nil 0 Na C TXcun 4bipm 4 4(Um Klktllll 4 4.HI1 ! ULim Hrjim 'xlatn S.:T3iii Si lfi.nn S.Vijiim fiinhiin MMain TJdpm )5ara 1 44itri UIITpm for Young and Old. H niiD .. --DCi-nn-r. ,j d YECURE NERVOUS rtHi'4K . 1 . . fmitfHf iai-N- . . Esti IR7R fSl BLOOD 250,000 SKIN& PRIVATE DISEASES ; I o J, : and 0 .rarrj Trre Olivorra- diseased' MEN CURED Among the bills already introduced at Collkctok Ykrkus' action in dis- Washington we note the advance guard charging 'Jl Democrats and following of measures appropriating money for it up with appointing eight new men, public buildings or monuments. Here for no other reason than they an Re- is a partial list, with the amounts to be I publicans, is to be investigated by appropriated: the civil service commission. Mr. Public building at Westerly, R. L. $ 50,000 100,000 Post Owce at Klgin, 111 Yerkes is a pretty slick man and Public building at belma, Ala 100,C0J 160,000 knows very well how to work the Public building at Jamestown, N. Y 100,000 Castle, wires for his friends, but there is a Public building at New Capitol Pa Gilding Liberty on the 5,000 dome on Brandywine battlefield. 6,000 suspicion that he has gone a little too Monument at Puyallup Indian agency 30,000 Buildings 1,000,000 far iu disregarding the civil servica Public building at Lincoln, Neb 100,000 Public building at New port News law. Stanford Journal. 25,000 I'ublic building at cenlraua, ill 100,000 Public building at St. Cloud, Minn. 100, coo at Charles Pleischmaxn, the noted Public buildingfort Topeka, KauY 50,000 Greene, N. Monument at yeast man of Cincinnati, who died Public building at Fergus Falls. Minn. 175,000 100,000 Public building at Portsmouth, Va. last week, is said to have given away Statue of Uurnside in Washington . 50.0U0 75, W0 annually for charitable purpose $100, Public building at Woonsccket, R. I Here is a total of nearly $2,500,000 as 000. But then tho deceased will find out when he knocks at the gate for the result of two or three days' activity admission to that celestrial city that on the part of the deficit architects in unless he has followed out the plans the House and Senate. HowEoon would President McKinley as laid down in the Great Book, a man pay his way to heaven. But on be able to inaugurate his plau of curcan't the other side, we would as soon risk rency reform, if Congress should ko into Mr Fleischmann's chances for eterni- the "pork" business at the rate indicated church member. by this first batch of public building ty as a The devil is even afraid of them for bills! These things can waic for the golden fear they would want an option on days when revenue shall equal expendihis dominion. Jessamine Journal. ture. They can all wait. John B. Thompson showed his narOn second thoughts, however, we are rowness last week in an interview iticliucd to make an exception in favor with a Courier Journal reporter at of the Statue of Liberty on the Capitol Louisville by stating that if he was dome. Let Liberty be jjilded if she not the choice of the Democrats of needs it, and if the job can be done this district for congress he wouhf see for -- 5 003. New York Suu. to it that nobody but an original silver man receives the nomination. Buckleir s Arnica Salve. Come oir of your perch, Johnny, for it is very evident that the Democratic The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. party of the Sth congressional district Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever has seen enough of your strength to Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil know for a certainty that you are not blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, the man. As to whether the Demo- and positively cures Piles, or no pay recratic party will select Mr. McCreary quired. It is guaranteed to give rerfect or not as their standard bearer is not satisfaction or money refunded. Price for us to say, but they might do far 25 cents per box. For sale by Perry & worse. Everyboby knows that Mr. Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. lec!5-lMcCreary was an original gold advo- G. White. cate, but has proven as true to the PICK-UPDemocratic party as the needle to the pole, in the last campaign he did as much valuable service for his party Miss Minnie Power, of Lockport, N. as any man iu Kentucky. But if there Y., is eight feet in hight lacking one is better material in the district for inch. She i the tallest woman in the tho place than the son of Madison, United States She is handsome in spite trot him out and let's take a look of her abnormal proportions. at him. The Journaal is for the man As the supply of ivory is becomeing that can win. Jessamine Journal. short, billiard balls of cast bteel are beWi: believe that the Government of ing used in Sweden. By making them the United States should actively use hollow tiie weight is made to corresits influence and good office to restore pond with that of ivory balls. peace and give independence to the The Athens Archalogical society is Republican platform on about to undertake the restoration and Island. which William McKinley was elected strengthening of the Parthenon. Marto the Presidency. ble from Pentelicos will be furnished The platform adopted by the Repub- free for this by the company working lican National Convention has receiv- the quarries. ed my earful consideration, and has In the state of Nuevo Leon, Mex., my unqualified approval William the government has ordered that the McKinley'.s Speech of Acceptance. pupils in all the official schools shall June 20, 18!)G. be taught to write and perform all niau-ua- l 1 regard the recognition of the beltasks as well with the left hand as ligerency of the Cuban insurgents as with the right now unwise and, therefore, inadmissiSearchlights are now used to illumi ble. It i honestly due to Spain and nate the grounds of the Jersey state pristo our friendly relations with Spain on to prevent the escape of prisoners. that she should be gh en a reasonareported to hae been effective in ble chance to realize her expectations It is preventing the escape of prisoners in r and to prove the efficacy of the several instances. of things to which she is irrevocaAlthough the brain is perpetually acbly committed. William McKinley's Congress, December 6, tive, the whole of it is neer active at Messeage to one time. The two hemispheres or 1S97. Thus it is with the party of "promise halves do not operate simultaneously, and performance." And so it is with but alternate in action now it is the the Civil Service, which the last Re- one half, theu the other. A Marriage with several unusual featpublican platform declared for but which the party is now clamoring to ures recently occurred at Paducah, Ky. The groom wa6 a Presbyterian, the have repealed. bride au Episcopalian and the marriage Wherever a Republican squirms occurred in a Methodist church, a Bap under the burden of the pension ap- tist minister officiating. propriation or the high tariff tax. Chief Arthur and other representathere is a ray of hope for that individtives of unions of railroad employes Pana-grapual. He is in our midst. The has the courage to say and say are in Washington. They want congress to appoint a national labor comit well: mission, and will insist that a compulABOMINABLE PROPOSAL. A petition lias lately been circulat- sory arbitration law be passed. ed at Washington asking a service Girls and women employed in Japan pension to be paid to every soldier of cotton factories earn on an average of the civil war without regard to the length or character of his service, five cenUs per day. The mills are operated without any consideration of his need day and night and ou Sundays, except and without regard to any disability on two Sundays per month, when the pension now received. If there were machinery must be cleaned. any danger of this petition having efHorse racing without jockeys is infect or becoming a law, the people of this conntry would have a just reason dulged in at Rome during the summer. for raising a protest against it. Nat- The horses are started by a gun, which urally all true Americans desire that every old soldier who fought for the is discharged behind them. They carry Union and was disabled while so do- little spiked balls on cords which swing ing, shall be cared for. The pension around their bodies, andtheso act as pay roll is already quite enormous, spurs' large enough for the people to bear, On a stone of the temple of '"Wingand for SUch netition nr nrnniieirinnc as the one herein mentioned to come less Victory" on the Acropolis at Ath ens an inscription has been foundJstat-inA consump that the monument whs built by tive nopes and Kallicrates, who was one of the archi hopes, but a time comes tect of the Parthenon at the beginning when h n n This fixes lends, and 1hi of Pericle'8 government. black shndnTO its date at about 450 years before Christ. of despair NO HANDBILLS FOR HIM. X sr- forecasts the close-fiste- d y ilnger last Sunday while handling an old pistol. Judge A. J. Tharp has closed his auction for the holidays, but will begin January 1, 1S0S, and continue until everything is closed out. The report circulated to the effect that Judge Tharp will leave Estill county is a mistake, but will open a new stock of goods in the upring. ftesssssssssssssassK end For Sale Recommended by decS-l- y 1 Kr en- - imSmMMnMfiW t,.7:tii ig at v:rjr a ti ari Tma ;y iw MSPH ri r raa f 'r ' I m iit ALL DRUGGISiS. 0 t PERRY & THOMAS. scpis-i- y . m 0ieeta8S9fl0oa8tO999tt80tt90Aa) 99O09OOOO4OaVV9VOVVWVwvo WW !: Qo..; OHIIiitHlHttftWff""'""" Everybody Knows Kl Harrison Witt, Jr., of Irvine, has fiOttt as.been spending a few days with Winston friends. He went from here to Owen county to spend Christmas. T. J. Witt, who was hurt from a fall ::::p received in Richmond last court day, lias so far recovered that he was seen on the streets Monday. Mrs. Hattie Mize will leave for her Will buy one of OUR FAMOUS borne in South McAlister, Indian TerSUITS that are weil made and ritory, next Monday. will do you as much good as one The neonle in and urntind this nlnro of many more dollars. regret that the time is draw ing near for I the retirement from office of one of Es Will buy one of our FAMOUS till county's most popular officials. MELTOX ULSTERS or one of BEAVER OVERThat gentleinau and public servant to COATS that are well worth dollars more than we ask. whom we refer has berved in the capacity of county clerk for the past twelve years, and retires with the best Buys one of our CELEBRATED wishes of the citizens of Estill county, SUITS or one of our CELEBRAboth Republicans and Democrats. TED ULSTERS that you hear so Since being elected uor county clerk much talk about. twelve years ago, Mr. Vernon L. Vaughn has been a leading light in the Democratic rank, and has carried that If you want to spend as much, we banner to victory for three consecutive will show you a SUIT or an terms, notwithstanding this county generally gives four hundred Republican OVERCOAT that will astound majority. On his retirement from office, YOU. Estill loses one of her most popular and accommodating officials, and his many friends would grasp the opportunity of having Mr. Vaughn to represent this district in the next Congress. I ""'I v???V Those New Wraps g ww t P are both stylish AST k BEAUTIFUL, MNofohy W Goods And many New Trimmings, Pleatd Chin..'-- IP I 'PI' I S7.50 i Velvets, Braids, &i-- . 1 $10.00 m ft$2 v XIX X JL OL Cj u . C Tie S. stopped or the town moved lo make room for them. Dr. Johnston says Charley Benton's wife presented him with a big boy Wednesday. Dan Thomas, who married a week or two ago, seems to be a happy man, This is his second marriage. She is a daughter of Cotton Barker, of Middletowu, O., and was visiting her uncle, Wm. Barker, ou Red Lick. J. P. Logsden has been ill for a few days, but is now on the mend. Rev. Carmack, of Lee county, has been called to the pastorate of Panola 3aptist church and preached there Sun-d- a v. PANOLA. hauling will have to be 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. i Ki a fl -- Lv Pricf Lr-ii- l Makers. rs in Ladies Furni-.h- C Our Suits at $1.00, $1.50, )Our Overcoats at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 for children. j $2.00, $2.50, $.'5.50, $5.00 are world beaters. Our Suits for boys or' t ''Root-- , and Shoes that Ave voung men at $4.50, ) sell for $1.25, $1.50, $2, 5.00, ' $2.25, $2.50 are such G.00. good that you have been i paying more money for. 1 1 Autumn Leaves. W It is I YRUP PEPSIN CURES CONSTIPATION.il NEW YORK FASHIONS. DR. CALDWELL'S 1 ?r Us A Give K - Hfiifewflaaii , t d w utiwivyufcgi In Large Variety j ii '13' now time to discard that old pair ' 'LOOK M fV I i new-orde- h g Flexible bracelets, studded with gems, are ery fashionable. K Smart neckties of plaid ribbon are worn with morning and cycling gowns. Belts have apparently reached a climax of costliness and elaborateness. Freqneutly they consist of a series of colored stones linked with fine gold or "3 silver chains. Everything Notwithstanding divers vagaries in the cut of some skirts, the that is bell model holds its own. Many big muffs are suspended from worn by men the neck by chains. or bo3's. Among several millions ot holiday novelties are attractive dress patterns put up in fancy boxes for holiday presents, and costing from $0 to $30. Ermine is highly fashionable this winter, but it is really becoming only to young faces, very fair faces and to chil? dren, of course. The Furnisher, The Shoer, The Halter. The Clothier, Some charming sets of ermine and may5-l& silky angora fur are shown by Best H " "''';"--r "iii "i fi Co., and make ideal Christmas gifts for sweet little girls. Fashion having declared the supposed unluckiness of the opal to be a myth, that gem is rapidly mounting to the topmost pinnable of popularity. With satin ball gown may be worn A complete line of eveiything usually found in a first-clas- s sash and fichu of mousscline dc soie en harness shop, and at prices never before equaled in suite. Trimmed chiffon ruches may Richmond. Whips, Lap Harness, Saddles, compose the fichu if desired. Rugs, Etc., at all prices, just to suit the purchaser. Soft rufiles of lace or some filmy stuff We have empkwed Mr. Joe Batson, of Winchester, and exmust fall over the hands. pert saddler, who can make any kind of saddle needed, and Only with street or bicycle costumes We buy for are linen collar and cuffs admissable. we only ask your inspection to convince you. Some dainty ball girdles , shown at cash and sell for cash, not charging enormous prices to make up for lost debts. We also make a specialty in repairing Lord & Taylor's are of w ide cerise RICHMOND HARNESS CO., taffeta ribbon, fastening at the Give us a call. side under a huge flat bunch of velvet 107 East Main St. T. M. M'g'r. novl"-lroses and long bows and ends of the ribbon. County Court Days. Fashionable ladies choose some parSi tkiiii&ti Railway. ticular perfume and adhere to it for a Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. season at least. Richmond, Madison county, first MonBright cherry is a very stylish color day. . In Effect March 1, 1S97. for millinery purposes. Lexington, Fayette county, second m rT Ms & r. r y 1 Ls You are probably trying to makeup your mim! where to buy your next pair. ummmer kinoes a 1 fV "Let us help you in this by asking you to call on and examine the most complete line of FALL .v . "WINTER SHOES ever before bhown in Rk-hm- 11 1 1 I long-favore- d ffl Phone, No. 21. .? Sr t Freeman Bros Fii:sr Si -- 1 it 3 .g a ?MWltWl:i?W1''"-w'''wwW.WW:ifKj- j H. u y m World Mianac 0 Encyclopedia poR Read our advertisements REMOVAL. Dr. Valantme H HoliMin. ville. will remove hi dental !' niclimond, Ky., on December ' for theprarticeof dentistrv. ot n a ' door to Custom Houe. ! . I II i'i "i lii" LOOK Etc., look: i Bridles, Wells, 1191 ivm Answer Any Question You may 123 ECONOMIST RANGES 11 satin-edg- ed Encyclopedia Ash It m 7 rSiSS - S y F;;i!::i & 3f& 1 Evelyn Cable. WElTBOrMJ. Xo. 11. N'ft Nil 13. Nrt 11 STATHINS. l7 IhTU il XT 4H.pm " HlTitom Hi until Ar rnn4rsAr MBpm Riitam 7 iijiw Hi."...ibi Ar llaroiKtAr 4 tiipm 7 :uhiin TCOjra iiafcimAr Itur--(n . Lv 4(k-pXVILSTllOTMl HASIHUIIMI . r (tiuns! No. lfi."No.W NnlS 4HfMM l.i IxuisiTAr ia.Vlam 7 30pra K4Hiwi Ujr Ar Shrllnil Ar '. Mam iSOpm ASeimi llllam Ar VcrslU-- s Ar 7JKpm 4 Hprn lit"" II Wn Ar MidMuy Ar! 7.3Tum 3.38pm 7 4jj Ar Uourgtn l.v 7.U5am 3.00pm WESTBOl'Ml UMftiUU iNo, 1. iNii 5. stations. "tNo. C No. 2. 74.Vu 4 f-pi-n I.v I.Gui'Oll Ar labium 7Spra KHTIriMt r.3m 4i li "wi tX.S ; .m li:fw I itipm IDStm inriam : aujti Ar Kwlinind I.v . pin ArNiclilvill A'! C.58am c.Ujam 2.S5pm Varslhih Ar, ?JAam Ar st na.v -. Lv Ar l'ti.ruw Iwi-n'kArJiffc-iiiivilk' InhcLv j No. 1 7 4jjm 7 4.1pm 7. lupin 1 iipm Na 3. 1 Ar KK.i!u .... Ar Ahol.l Ar SuvuflHah... Xum, l.lApm 7 ftitn 5.0(rim 9.10am .T..Vipm KOJarri Ar ta-t!iaa- a iai0j)m 1.1 0pm Ar AUaM a 1 ffiam . . Ar M4.m Ar 8.i'iani ( aiupm R I.Sam Lv Hl.05pm li.V)ptn Ar 1. m 4iUMH Ar W .in i3 mm u.50pm KJEhim &30am Ar N.- Oilwitll. No rarniss 1'rcc Chair car Louisville to LcxiHtfioti Mutrr rwnnrcun? witli Solid Vcti-litil- e Train cnrryinj; l'ulluun ilccpinir Car to kMu illc via CUaluiuooza. also to New ni ti 1 Daro yon marry in yonr preent condition? You know, "LIKE FATHER, LIKE SOX." If married, aro you constantly liiingin dread? Is marriage a failure with you on account of any weakness cached by early abuse or later excesses? Hate you been drugged with nerenry? 'Ibis booklet will point out to you the result' of theso crimes and point out how our NEV7 METHOD TREATMENT will positively cure you. It shows how thousand have been saved by our NEW TREATMENT. It prove? how wo can OUARANTEE TO CUKE ANY CURABLE CASE OR NO PAY. We treat and cure EMISSIONS. VARICOCELE. SYI'JIILIS. GLEET. STRICTURE. IM POTENCY. SECRET DRAINS. UNNATURAL DISCHARGES. KIDNEY and BLADDER difcafcs. were committing. Did you only consider tbe fascinating allurements or this evil habit? When too lato to avoid tho terrible results, T7cro your eyes opened to your peril? Did you later on in manhood contract any PRIVATE or 1JLO0D dieae? Were you cored ? Do you now and then see some alarming symptoms? "iSS" SaS when ignorant of the tcmblo crimo you YOUNG MAN 25,G CURED of death. Thousands of doc- Wanamaker Tells Why He Advertises In Newstors say that papers Only. "Q is incurable. Thousands Ox CrntmTiTrmtit7fa h.l!.n. (Wool and Cotton Reported.) that there is "nothing much "- - xwuuiw ciuu luai mere "I never in my life used such a thing is no need to bother with medicine." Both are wrong-- Consumption is the most deadly as a poster or a dodger or a hundbill," of diseases but it is distinctly curable. It taid John Wanauiaker, "My plan for has its inception, like all other wasting diseases, m disorders of the digestive organs, twenty 3 ears has been to buy so much and the first step towards its cure must be space in a newspaper and fill it up as I the relief of these disorders. Ninety-eigh- t per cent, of all cases of con- wanted. I would not givo au adertise-meri- t sumption are cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden iu a newspaper of 5C0 circulation Medical Discovery. Thousands of conj sumptives have testified to their complete for 5,000 dodders or posters. If 1 wantand permanent recovery through its use ed to sell cheap jewelry or run a gamafter they were given up by the doctors and bling scheme I might use posters; but all hope was gone. It corrects all disorders of the digestion, makes assimilation perfect, I would not insult a decent reading pubfills the blood with the g elements that build up new, firm and healthy tissues, lic with handbills, 'lhe class of people and acting directly upon the lungs drive3 who read them are too poor to look to out all disease-germIt is a specific for in ineichantilc affairs. I all lingering, bronchial, throat and lung for support deal directly with the publisher. I say affections. 5ifl MiV . life-givins. mP vol;comintr sahjW"M' sYRUP A DR. CALDWELL'S CURES INDIGESTION. Dr. Miles' PPSin H SB Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, 6econd Monday. I I DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. Standard American Annual. Roofing Guttering- ft fAran and Rheumatism relieved Nervo Plasters. fcBI LOUISVILLE Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon- Arr Elkhorn Switzer. day. " Stamping Ground Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. ' Duvalls .. " Georgetown Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Lve Georgetown. . Monday. Arr Newtown. Lve Frankfort a.m. . . 63) 7 OS p.m. 3 00 3 20 PRIGE . 6 45 6 51 7 02 . . 720 . Winchester, Clark Monday. ,. Versailles, waodford countv. fourth " Centrcville Elizabeth 8 00 8 12 S 22 Paris 8 40 82S 4 15 4 30 4 42 4 52 4 5S 5 10 332 3 48 353 S w GENTS 1, 1898, 0 fc and General Job Work 4 On AH News Stands. &&&J Ready Jan. J J J wS county, fourth WEST BOUND. Lve Paris ... Arr Elizabeth Centreville Newtown Georgetown Lve Georgetown Arr Duvalls.. Stamping Ground. Switzer Elkhorn.... . Monday. All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nervo Plasters. a.m. 9 20 9 38 . 9 48 .10 00 10 40 .10 56 p.ra. 332 530 6 10 30 6 41 5 42 5 43 5 58 Larger, Better, More Complete Than Ever. most uidely sold Annual Reference Boot ind Political Manual published. UBt R, N, !. & Ba Bi Time Table No. 31, Taking Effect Sai day, December 5, 1S96-EAST BOOT). n. j ' C jrp"7fo L0U1SYILLE, KY. PSjaMfAMArluBlAM TEA cures Dyspep and Indi- 1110 11 25 gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Frankfort 1135 1155 6 48 6 53 7 06 lst Class. ,Vo. 1 2d Class. 9 I 720 &kiiHi ii European Plats. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. C. D. BERCAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Supt. THE WORLD, Pulitzer Building, New York. Headache bad? GetDr. Miles Pain Pills. Ex Sun Ex Son Ex Sun j Versailles. Nicholasville Valley View Million Richmond No73 No. P.M. 6 7 8 8 52 35 00 13 A.M. 10 11 11 11 11 22 02 A.M. 5 25 6 48 Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All Druggists refund the money If it fails to Cure. 25c. For sale by W. G. White, Druggist, RichoctC-6mond, Ky. ni Frankfort, Kentncky. 23 41 8 20 8 50 9 15 10 00 10 05 10 25 CURES GUARANTEED j I -- "I have been troubled with indigestion and dvspepsia " writes Geo. H. Slater. Esq , of Yates City, Knox Co . Ills., " for the last two years. I got a bottleof ' Golden Medical Discovery and took it as you directed. It did me so much good I am going to get another botUe and take it. It is the best medicine in the world for those who have stomach trouble. I have recommended it to several already." The best medical book ever published in any language is Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser. Over 6So,coo copies of this book have been sold for $1.50 each. It contains i.coS pages and 300 illustrations. It gives suggestions for treatment of all ailments. There are also prrfcriptions. This valuable book, in paper binding, may now be had free for the asking. Send 21 one-ce- st stamps to the World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. 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