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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 1898 ric1898010501_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 1898 $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. HWSEH Trripprfn THE RICHMOND CLIMAX VOLUME t MfclT XL WHY THE BANK FAILED. RICHMOND, Read This to Your Children. Atlanta Constitution, Dec. 25. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY, JANUARY p '; 1 5, 1898. f?tv NUMEER : : : : f?vVesvVi?6v : : : : r'ys?vric??vNc 31. At Pour Score. I O. Miles' Nervine Restores Health. All who know Mr. William M.Sineer-ly- , ot The Philadelphia Record, will the misfortune that has overtaken him and will sympathize with him in his business troubles. While this is true, and while our own sympathy goes out to him very strongly, we cannot fail to remember that the editor of The Record has been a most violent promoter of the gold standard. We have no doubt that he is sincere in his belief. This io demonstrated by the fact that he deliberately preached in favor of the gold standard, and at the same time tried to carry on a productive industry under its operations. He was president of a bank, and at the same time owner of a paper and pulp mill. The securities of this mill, which were re-cr- et gilt-edge- when he negotiated them, became a part of the assets of his bank; hut under the operations of the gold standard, money kept on growing "sounder" than the products of his mill. At iir6t the paper made by the mill could be sold for 10 cents a hundred, but the price has fallen to less than 2 cents. .Money has grown so much sounder than the product of the mill that the latter will not command as much of the former as it did when the securities were taken up by the bank. Naturally the depreciation of the pro duct was followed by a depreciation of Miles' Remedies Ir rrc sold by all drugthe securities, so that the hank, by hitchgets under a positive B" Mites' M ing its fortunes to a productive industry M guarantee, first bottle Nervine has been dragged down. It is a grievous or money reRestores 5 misfortune, but it ib only one of the funded. Book on of the heart and &&., Health c2l myriad object lessons which the apprecinerve free. Address, ation of money under the gold standard DR. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart. Ind. has given the public an opportunity to study. PROFESSIONAL. CAROS. The day before the bank of which Mr Singerly was president failed The Record AirOE172T3. said editorially. "Currency in the Uuited Stales is so p W. MILLER. abundant that it cannot be loaned io advantage. We are actually loaning the Attorxey-at-Lagold balances due us on the sale of exKentucky. Richmond, ported stuffs to European borrowers, inOffice in the Burnam Building, next door to stead of bringing the gold to the United feb3-lFarmer's National Bank. States, because money brings a higher C. F. BUKVAM. rate of interest in London, Paris and W. S. MOBEKLliY. llerliu than in New York. Our paper DURHAM MOBERLEY. notes thus sere to keep gold out of thib Attorxeys-at-Lacountry. Another significant proof of the redundancy of our currency is the RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. Building, recently occu- rapid retirement of national bank notes. Office in Burnam pied b A. R. Burnam. The voluntary retirements for the first twenty days of December hae reached , So large an .. STTIL.XjX-V-.iTthe sum of $3,000,000. amount has not been ictiredin aay one mouth during the last ten years." w, A TTO nx e Y- - a No man who believes in the gold stanKENTUCKY. IJIC'HMOXD. L dard and has any knowledge of the Orh p over Trior's Hardware store, lesults it is sure to bring about will Court House, on Main Street. permit himself to be financially connected with any ordinary productive indusII. B. HOGG, try. That Editor Singerly w as both sinATTORNEY AT LAW. cere in his belief in the gold standard Kentucky. and ignorant of its effects is shown by It it iiMovi), the fact that he has permitted his pulp and paper mill to drag down a financial Office No. 13 First St.. up stairs. iusiituiion that was otherwise in perfect GRANT E. LILLY, condition. It is a calamity that we are grieved TTORNEY-- T LA II. A to lecord, but since it has occurred, the Kentucky. least we can do ib to point anew the old, Richmond, old moral that falling prices take Office S. V. corner Main and Second money out of the pockets of the people Btreets up htairs. Will practice in all and unthe courts of Madison and adjoining whose financial condition makes makes pro.xpenty in this country and in counties and Court of Appeals. all others couutnes. We cannot ha e prosperity unless proJ. C. & D. M. CHENAULT. ducers can get a fair prolit for their ATTORNEYS AT LAW, commodities and labor a fair return for Kentucky. Richmond, its work- - That is the fundamental law of economy, recognized hi all students Office on Secoud street, over Clien-auand all authorities. When it is violated grocery. the result is what we see in this country today. d EZEKIEL OBEAR, assessor and tax collector, Beverly, Mass., mho has passed the 80th life xallo stone, says: "Dr Miles' Restorative Nervine has done a great deal of good. I suffered fory ears from sleeplessness and nervous heart trouble. Would feci weary and used up In tho ruorn-In- ? had no ambition andiny work eeemed a burdm A friend recommended Dr. Miles' Ktrvine, and I purchased a bottle under prott t as I had tried so many remedies unsuccessfully, I thought it no use. But It gave me restful sleep, a good appetite and rtton d xno to energetic health. It is a e- -' d pood medicine, and I will gladly write an j i n inquiring, full particulars of raysat- bla, lory experience." -- A curious shooting affair took place at Pageville Saturday, says the Glasgow Times. 'Mr. Logan Estes is the clever blacksmith at Pageville. Friday he killed hogs. Saturday his daughter, Carrie, was playing with her sisters, 5 and 2 years old, and got into a game of killing hogs." In the course of the proceedings the elder child leveled her father's rifle (which she supposed was unloaJed) at her two little sisters and pulled the trigger, with the usual results. The gun went ofl and the ballet passed through the thigh of one and through both levs of the other. After inflicting three wounds, the ball went on and no trace as to where it finally imbedded itself can bo found. Fortunately, the injuries inflicted are only flesh wounds, and are not regarded as at all dangerous It is not likely, however, that the game of "hog killing" will soon be again played in the Estes household. r Royal makes the food pure, wholesome sad delicious. out by a parly of "real boys." Mr. W. O. Stoddard writes a stirring romance of chivalry, "With the Black Prince," telling of the fortunes and adventures of an Knglish lad who fights at the battle of Crecy. A fairy-tal-e TVxta I iTVxrTi :i::7Z$S7ZxS?2 (DSC? HCS-lt : VAVAV of science pv IP Absolutely Pure akP POWDER POWDER "Through the Earth," by Clement Fezandie, is a serial of the Jules Verne order. It tells of the daring conception of a scientist of the next century, who by the enormously increased power of electricity succeeds in boring a hole through the earth and sending a hoy in d a car through tho tunnel. There will be the usual number of articles of instruction and entertainment, short stories, poems and jingles, as well as hundreds of pictures by .leading artists. The price of St Nicholas is 25 cents a copy, or $3.00 a year; with cigar-shape- CLOTHINGS at OLD PRICES.! We have just reeehred the largest line of &$ (POO mill fafYarft i S i iViivVeOU i i i wa 3FPf9-3 www, i VVVt VtV 2222 :::: V ziZii&Q mh .. ess fcM : : ? evoctT S&&iL&s. k.-- mm . mt ml WW f -- " m m ROrAL BAKIka CO., NEW YORK. Climax $3.75. For clubbing rates call at this office. THE CENTURY MAGAZINE FOR THE YFAR. COMING Clothing, Ouercoats, Underwear Woolens Hats fi c. WALLACETON. Born, to the wife of "Gib" Gafney on the 24th inst., a girl. Arthur Jones, who went from here to Ohio last winter, returned a few days ago. Sam Conn moved his family to Rerea this week for the purpose of sending live ot his boys to school there the present term. Miss Bettie Hendrickson will being a subscription school at the "Wallaceton e on next Monday, January school-hous- Free Pills. Send your address to II. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. These pills are easy in action and are particu-lai- y effective in the cure of Constipation and Sick Headache. For Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proved invaluable. They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the system. Regular size 25c per box. Sold by Perry & Thomas' Druggist, Snccessors to W. G White. 4 one-fift- h 3ii. g. dls-eas- w S, y Miss Maggie Elliott, who is attending school at Rerea, spent the two weeks' vacation with home-folk- s here hut returned to Eerea this week. While loading lumber some two weeks ago, Mr. P. F. Smith ran a splinter into his hand inflicting a wound which caused so great inflammation as to necesThe Hon. George A. Groot of Cleve sitate the lancing of it on the opposite land, Ohio, left the Republican party side, ten days later. Dr. Lusk says that five years ago because he believed its after the putrid matter had run out there financial monometallic policy a mis- was left a cavity in the inflamed hand large enough to contain a hen's egg. take. Two years ago he received the entire Esq. J. A. Raker and wife each receivvote of the people's party in the Ohio ed a pair of mittens as a Christmas-gif- t legislature for senator. He was an en- from their son, John M., who lives at thusiastic Hryan supporter, being Plattsburg, Missouri. Mr. Raker also chairman of the committee to notify received from his son Wm. H., w ho lives IJrjan of his noininiation by the nat- at Portsmouth, Ohio, a pair heavy ional silver convention. enough for one goiug to the Klondike Mr.Groot considers the money ques- gold reaions. tion the one of greatest moment in the Miss Emma, daughter of Mr. Joe present political situation, aud thinks Rutherford, went to Rerea on Thursday that those who depend on a tariff bill to for the purposeof attendiugschool there. The Century Magazine, with its November number, enters upon its h year. Durihg its long existence, by reason of its many notable successes, it has won an assured and commanding position. Dursng tho coming year The Century will maintain its exceptional position as a magazine of entertainment and as a leader in art and thought. Its pictorial features will be notable, and it will command the seivices of the foremost artists, illustrators and engravers of this country and of Europe. Nothing like a complete announcement of its literary features can be now. Dr. Weir Mitchell, whose novel of the American Revolution, 'Hugh Wynne," is the great success of the year, has written a new story for the present volume. It bears the piquant title: "The Adventures of Francois: teifVeafVv an Foundling, Adventurer, Juggler and Frencing Master during the French Revoluion." The tale is full of romance and adventure. Mrs. Rurton Harrison contributes a new novel of New York life, called "Good Americans," in which a HiL contemporaneous social types and tendencies are brightly mirrorod and twenty-sevent- S9 and can give our customers the benefit of 30 per cent, on every article needed. Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. Fit Guaranteed at from $10.00 - IN RICHMOND, which we bought early before the tariff was put on up UNDERWEAR AND HATS AT PRICES NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT i m 9 f . a is;s2y:5rfes2:? GLL ii.-'r- The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond. iFir. fi rh STOUFFE JmKJm. r?rmr IpU iS-t- : w w i wwtewfc&i viwv: : zvmyAcm?A&' wCKylo.Y v fti afi LJ ,L : : : "iY Vvi lv....KKt fVfr4JfvJj : : : :x ... 4P3lft3K yUTlFZA i in P - m w w l40040C ANDY CATHARTIC -- 1mD13I!II!j Rs? d. 0 J. at-L- cer-tai- op-j'i-i- t' relieve the present financial distress will be greatly disappointed at the final result. 'There is a great change of sentiment in Ohio since the election," he said recently, "ai.d the change is going on every rapidly. Not a day passes that a number do not tell me they are satisfied that they made a great mistake. "They have come to realize that tho money question is the only one really before the American people, and which will ueer be truly settled until it is settled right. McKinley and hife administration will not give us any more money, and the people begin to appreciate the fact. 'Business continues to grow less, not only in Ohio, but everwhero else in the country. Times will not improve in the next four years, but will grow steadily worse each year. My reason for making the statement is because there is no more money being put into circulation, much is being stored away in vaults and the population is constantly increasing, making a larger volume necessary for the transaction of ordinary business. 'Either of the above causes will cause a fall in prices, and a constant fall in prices means increasing hard 31-3- 0 A lt times." WHAT A WIFE COST DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, . Richmond. - The Surprise of All. Mr. James Jones, of the drug firm of Jones & Son, Cowdeu, 111., in speaking of Dr. King's New Discovery, says that was attracked with last winter La Grippe, and her case grew so serious that physicians at Cowden and Pana could do nothing for her. It seemed to devolop into Hasty Consumption. Having Dr. King's New Discovery in store, and selling lots of it, ho took a bottle home, and to the surprise of all she began to get better from first dose, and half dozen dollar bottles cured her sound and well. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to do this good work. Try it. Free trial bottles at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. G. White. his-wif- - - Kentucky V Telephone at office and residence. DR. H. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. BirHMOND. ce in the Joe Cc. tint building, iS and so street, orer Wnite .old drugstore. See-o- n 7- i - CHAS. HOOKER, I ETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. etenuary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. recently arOffice up stairs, over store , East Mamaccu-pie- d au, Co apr.-l- y (New York Sun.) On the occasion oi his golden wedding a methodical Euglish husband figured up from his carefully kept accounts what his wife had cost him. He had an assured income of $2,500 a year throughout iiis life. Winniui: his wife, what with presents, engagement ring, and extra expenditure on his own personal adornment, cost him $500; her share of the household expenses was $025 a year; Iter clothing and linen cost $250 yearly; presents, medical attendance, amuse- ments and summer excursions amounted for her share to $450 annually. He therefore spent for her in 50 years $6G,-75- 0. bv Richmond Harness kichmond, Ky. pare to shed them now. If you have presidents to shed pre- 4 Medicine and Surgery. Office Collins Building, Main Street. Telephone at residence (the Cflrr place) on Broadway. H. C. JASPER, M. D - CORRESPONDENCE. VALLEY VIEW. Richmond, Kentucky. DR. O. A. KENNEDY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond, Office m Smith Building. No. 104 Main Street, np stairs Office hours 11 to 1 and 4 to 5 o clock. G. W. EVANS, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Richmond. - - - Kentucky. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Prad'Uwner in Medicine and Sxtrgay, Kentucky. Richmond -Office and residence on Second Street SE1TTAL STJEGEaY. REMOVAL. DB. VALENTINE H. HOBSON, op XiOcisniixe, Ky. next door to Government Building, KichmSnd, Ky. Office hours 9 to 1 to . ici 12-- DESTIST, nov!7-l- y DR. A. WILKES SMITH, Richmond. DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky - Officb Smith buildinc. Main Street. Office hours, saw to i M. ; ix to 4 I. M. "Prtice limited to dentistry. 3. C MonajLN. DENTISTS- ,- J. A. Yates. MORGAN & YATES, BtCHKOND. - Kentucky. G. A. Roy was in Cincinnati lust If you must bet always bet on the top Tuesday. dog and the bottom facts. F. 31. Bryson was in Lexington last Saturday shopping. V. E. Chase left Saturday morning for South Point, Ohio, where he will visit with relatives and friends returning in about ten da3's. Miss Jessie Spurlw k, of Ford, is visiting hor aunt, Mrs. G. A. Koy, and will remain several days. G. W. Hutchison, wife and child, of Troy, is spending a few days with relatives here. Mrs. 11. H. Poston visited hor mother Mrs. Mary P. Singleton at Versailles Saturday returning Monday. Miss Mary Taylor, of White's Station, cough medicines that visited Mis&es Mollie and Mattie Howe, There are last week. are taken as freely as a drink of Miss Viola Million, of Richmond, They are water from a dipper. viiited friends here the past week. It cheap medicines. Quantity does not is probable that she willteach our spring make up for quality. It's the qual- school as she has taught several terms ity that cures. There's one medi- here giving entire satfaction to her patrons. cine that's dropped, not dipped H. R. Smith was called to Irvine FriCherry Pectoral. There's Ayeis charge of tho railroad office more power in drops of this remedy day to take atthat place for a few days during the than in dippersful of cheap cough absence of Mr. Hacker the resident syrups and elixirs. It cures Bron- agent- - Hdm is a jolly good fellow and chitis, Asthma, Croup, Whooping 'tis a pity he had leave at tins time Cough, and all Colds, Coughs, and when lie antisjpated a happy Xmas and friends. affections of the Throat and Lungs. here with his best "Wharton is preparing to build M. F. a larne planing mill here. The lumber yards of the Southern Jjuinber Co.. has less lumber on than for several years. J. W. Masters sold lo Cassius Wheeler a house and lot, price $275. wichino. th CuMAx force and ita the halfnww army of readers a happy: new year, peicb for H aow-XA- If a man never makes mistakes he never makes anything else. There will be a group of clever stories about horses and people who like horses, under the general title of "Gallops." "A Woman's Reminiscences of the French Intervention in Mexico" will be given in a series of graphic and highh picturesquo papers by Mrs. Cornelius Emma 13 an industrious, intelligent, Stevenson. Futher contributions to the Christian girl aud while her presence interesting series of "Heroes of Peace" and influence will be missed in both will be made by Jacob A. Biis, Gustav social and religious circles, yet we are Kobbe, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward, glad to kuow that she has determined and others. to add to her other quantifications such For the benefit of readers of The Cenan education as will fit her for a still tury an unusual combination offer is higher sphere of enjoyment and useful- made for this year There has been isness in life. We speak seriously when sued "The Century Gallery of One we say that we are sorry that a goodly Hundred Portraits," made up of the number of the girls about Wallaceton do finest engravings that have appeared in not take the same interest in themselves, the magazine, and representing a total instead of frottenug away their time, expenditure of nearly $30,000. These talents and opportunities in a way that are printed on heavy plate paper, with casts a reflection upon their sincerity if wide margins, like proofs. The retail not their intelligence; brings sorrow price of the gallery is $7.50, but thU upon all religions parents, and often year it will be sold only in connection shame and disgrace upon themselves with a subscription to The Century, the and their families 111 no distant future. price of the two together being $0.50. Mr. Caldwell, of Clav county, and For clubbing rates tall at this office. father-in-laof A. J. Wilson, of our Century ; Climax $1.25 town, has bought of Mr. A. R. Guinu Both, one year, $4.50. a house aud lot. here for $400, and will DR. CALDVCLL'S engage in the mercantile business. We are glad to note the decided improveCURES INDIGESTION. ment in our town, as well as in business during the present year. Almost all the TO APPLICANTS FOR CIVIL SERVICE EXcommon times of business are represnt- AMINATION INTERNAL REVENUE SERed and thriving well. We have 3 stores, VICE. n, 2 black'smiths, several a saw mill, grist mill and planing mill, The U. S. Civil Service Commission-haone drummer, one preacher, nearly a ordered that the usual dates for the half dozen teachers, musicians who play regular semi-annuInternal Revenue on all instruments from the jews-har- p examinations foi 1S9S, (see pages G and to tho piano. 7 from 117) be so changed as to allow Resides all of these we have teamsters the widest possible Ube of the Fiist, by the dozens, a few first class work Second and Third Grade basis series of hands, two or three professional bum- examination questions in all examinamers, twice as many loafers, and several tions of corresponding grades. This others we are unable to classify. We means that all spring examinations for are also surrounded by an industrious the service named will be held during lot of farmers who more fully realize the time the Departmental examinations that it pays to liye this year thau for are being conducted. several years. The exact datss cannot bo fixed at We have, however, no Doctor nor this time, but it is safe to say that all lawyer. The physician is needed oc- Internal Revenue examinations for the casionally, but we call him by telephone spring will be held between March 15th and he soon arrives. As for the lawyer, and April 25th. Aud all applicants are we don't need him, dont want him, also advised accordingly. wont have him; and should one come to No application for the examinations our town on any other business than to will be accepted, unless filled in jiroper see how well we get along with out form by March 1st. No exception will him, we would have our drummer to will be made to this requirement "drum him out of town." Respectfully, W. 11. Miller, mn DR. CALDWELL'S fb Secy, of the Board Hy order of the Commission. CURES CONSTIPATION.! w $4-00- !0 CUREC0MST1PATI0H M&llNgSB. Sfe?y t vl !jfflhiyj9 50 caKevi, tsssmgasv jy :.(Dh:joi4 (k0&fl w - fck O : i z--i g ? o o "' SDCnTTTPPrV fi TT ID J UiTOUri to care any ease of constipation. Oascarfts arc the Ideal Laxa.j liUUUUU ILilll UUrUlHlUiEiU titr. ncrer crip or snpe.tmt came tzsj natural rrsultj. bam-- i nleanj booklet free. Ad. STFULOO REIII'DY ( O.. Chiraro. Montreal. Can..or.Vn York. m. 25 "aS i ALL DRUGGISTS 1 &w9 9wwwm9vw mmv i n 2 .- f - a,ei!jlIST don't delay an Instant in purifying your blood. There are germs of disease in you which should be expelled. lOPENED! OF CEMETERY WOfiA'. For further particular, prict, dv., aihlrt, mch21-ly GRKNITEKINDS ASD ALL MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IX 5) mlNU7VteiNTS, Madisoi) MoDUiDeDtal Work?. SrS-TrS- Johnston's Sarsaparilla QUART BOTTLE. "We have come to offer the Greatest Bargains ajfajilUIpMepIfE of the age. Having just 0 frJ srsl mm m mm mm mm mnih anH a .7 returned from the citjT Fml where we purchased a full and complete line of MONEY TO B J Dry 00 NOTION "We 9 YRUP V PEPSIfti "! has done this for thousands; can do it for you. Quart bottles, $1.00. WILLIAMS. DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. It is just wood-workme- s al The Wonderful Air Blast l::::i Felix, Wolf & Co.'s Shoes, every pair made to order mm The Famouj Little liver Pills. and "warranted. Gives greater heat than Base Burner. Throws the heat on the floor like a Base Burner. We Are Headquarters m Holds the fire like a Base Burner. Sold by D. Z. & T. 1$. Taylor, For Belfast Linens "Waco, Ky. Ladies' Corsets 20e. up. Irish and German Laces from 11 Burns Nut or Slack, 123-ECONOM- IST lc. a yard up. Give us a call and examine No Soot or Dirt. our New Stock of Goods. fSJa RANGES Livereties for Liver Ills, Detroit, nich. right to sell the celebrated have also the exclusive like putting at $5 bill in the flames EVERY LOAD of An- sral jjyB; thracite you use. iip pai ap ps m ins sral -- Mee&CouThos. Meighen, Buyer. Bffl IT IS INDISTKUCTIBLE AND AIR TIGHT. See it McKee Cor., Main and First Sts.. Richmond, Ky. nov!0-2- Nothing like it ever before made. mm and be convenced. Pal Mm 1 Ijl rHllsii IS Sp iYRUP PEPSIN FARM PORi The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a whole or to snit purchaser, which he offers at private sale; situated at mm 11 m MlLTcE MM I k Richmond, Ky. m IMS The orBie Dropper? Ayer's ts.- Ckrrg Pedum . . 1 -- Sank. Omra Main Street, oxer Madison NaUol J bottteg-BOcea- ftm . , - ' i JavEll-Ess- . I 'ix '.'' t' .ft , " .1 " , ! J& J5 ..;? ''. -i .-- ,. W" t " . .. ."- ' rji t-- fj' i i'n; f" jr . ,' This remarkable statement was in the LITERARY NOTES. Courier-Journsome days ago: that gives Roofing, Guttering "It is the Courier-JournTHE NEW VOLUME OF ST. NICHOLAS. reputation to Louisville, not Louisville St. Nicholas, conducted by Mrs. Mary that gives reputation to the Courier-Journal- ." and General Mapes Dodge, enters upon the 25th vear of its successful career as the lead All of the Louisville papers at once Job Work. ing magazine for boys and girls with its took up this arrogant claim and worked November issue. A remarkably varied it to the great disadvantage of the Courier-Joand attractive list of features has been urnal in the holiday trade. That secured for the coming year, including the merchants resentedj this egotistic contributions by several of the foremost boast, was shown by the fact that the writers of the day. Dispatch carried this week twice as Rudyard Kipling's first many Christinas advertisements as the VTho can think Stories" were written forSt; Nicholas, Courier Journal, and for the first time cf some simple Wanted-f- ln tbtae to patent! and this year he will contribute anew took the lead in advertising. It has for ttaeyrnny bring you wealtli. of stories to the magazine, called some months been far ahead in circula- Writ. JifinN WEDDERBURN & CO- - I'ateni Aitprseries 1T7aihnofnn D. C for their 13 prlxo oner Stories," written in a new tion. Hopkensvillo Kentuckian. "The Just-S- o anclhst or two hundred inventions wanted.-vein fantastic 6toriea. Some stories, Mr, Kipling saye, are meant to be read quietly, and some are meant to be told aloud. Some are for rainy mornings and some for long, hot afternoons, aud some am for bedtime. These stories of Mr. Kipling's are meant to be told "just-- 1 so," and one must not alter one single The Style, Fit and Wear little word. They are stories about anicould not be improved for Double the Price. mals, queer, very queer animals. Mr. Fiank It. Stocktou will contribute 7. L. Doughs $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shcxs arc tat "The Buccaneers of Our Coast." This is orodfictions of skilled workmen, from the best ma a seiies of narrative sketches in which terial possible to put into shoes sold at tfwse prices. We make also $i50 and $25 shoes for men, and will be treated the origin, characterislKSfiKSSlSJss&sT-$2.50, $2.00 and 51.75 for boys, and toe W. L. exploits of that tics, adventures, and Douglas $3J50 Police shoe, very suitable for wild body ot sea rovers, calling thems, policemen ana otneis navaig selves "The Urethren of the Coast,'" who much walking to do. during the greater part of the sevenWe aro constantly adding new styles to our teenth century ravaged and almost ruled already larr;e variety, and there Is no reason why you cannot bo suited, so Insist on mmi'ZZS?Z2Z2gSgF the waters and shores of the West InMerchants, V. L DOUguu 2BOC9 ..rum juui ' Bankers, Hra dealer dies, Lawyers, Wo nse only tho best Calf, Russia Calf Physicians Mr. J. T.'Trowbriuge lias written a (all colors), French Patent Calf, and all J$&&Mti8. French Enamel, Vici ,Kld, etc.. economical serial, "Twj) Biddicut Boys, aud Their kmKBT,&t'''&? t- graded to irrespondt'it prices men wear v AdventureaWith wonderful Trick Dog. ' oi me.Buurai. W. L. Douifla it Shoes because they This is marked by hie best qualities aud kHBHkw.?88fc?,v bcji. flti dealer eannot Kjpply yoa, axeine A lively is full of effective Interest. if.KMHUklML. story of track and.and fleiaVJlfto Uik- kmmmmmmw CATAL060K FS "U . l(. ?S (wmAtfaletio Club," by .Rupert Hughes K . fey FREEMAK BROS Fw of, avearofsports carried wblclf will tell tst-- v " i fc , -- .. . i n4 i " ". "' - w' !JK-- .? V.'SS - f 5. .S ?" 1J- " . t ' ., ' r?.ai.r1iL-.- V '.. "' ". " . " v r . . , - , i. ', 3 al al SALE Winter Schedules MjJa srSM F3Hi7F3 mmmmn&mmmmlifimmmmmmni!$3m mm mm ilrlJtirrlJBiilras.fairarBrrllBip unit Idea WHITE'S - STATION, one-thir- IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER OTH. on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well watered. There is no better land in JIadiscn county. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., within a half mile of White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. d cash, TEKMS Sale will be made balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, address (JUEE1T & CHESCEUT HOUTE. '24 ottrs Cincinnati lo New Orleans and Jacksonville 2-- 4 109 MILES SHORTEST. FINEST VESTIBULED TRAINS IN THE Geo. D. White, feb3-t- r White's Station. Ky. 1l W.LBO UGLAS HON. C. T. CALDWELL, .00 SHOE of Parkersburg, V. Va., Recommends "Wrights Celery Capsules. Parkeesbukg, W. Va., January 28, 1995. The "Wright Mei. Co., Columbus, Ohio. v 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 SUPPLY THE TRADE Our factory on Laurel Street in Richmond is nbw running, and we are prepared to fill orders for twist of the JjQiWElS. HE A KiMlPv letter-earner- "j S4 m ' - . '. .- -. C"':' &.- Sl 'WB . C .- Btebaori Wright's Celery Capsules since Novem& Richmond," ber, 1S94, and find them to be as recommended. I first began taking them . . . T0U PAT FOR THE . . . while at Hot Springs. Ailc, under treatM. 0." ment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which I had been a long sufferer. I found the "Piir-o- ! Jacks" Celery Capsules pave me great relief sssasssssssssssssssssss from the beginning and have "used them ever since. With pleasure, and unsoJrandsJtfiree grades. We can save you Phone 3. Second St. licited, I recommend them to any and ihoneyV Send us a trial order: you will all sufferine with like afflictions or either lie clad with our oroducts. Esne- HIOLLHOJn), KT. of them. Very truly yours. ( ijally pleased to .hear from country mer- '' Charles T. Galdwka. Uianis. BED WETTING CURED Sold by T. S. Hag&n, DrtHM&C Price Rom, White 50ceni6ajBd$1.00.perbox. Cattfttdrag- 9 NO PAY. Mm. m.bowax. 46 t Richmoxb, Kr. -5- -r. Gentlemen: I have been using "Ms t FREIGHT. DRINKS. o0 PATS THE.... wi .v - - n, 0 . i. . ... . 2 j ?r v ft -- -; ?-- ?, r-v- " : '.rW''P- - v- -, 'htot" MfWr :2- rV- U.PTB v- -- r": .rlLZ '1 , t; ' W''V?JfTPKf5,TBaFi - 4 The Richmond Climax. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY Ths Climax Printing C . WOODS, Go. Associate Editor. PRICK PER YEAR, $1.50. 1S9S. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 5, well race tor the speakership of Ohio. JIe. Boxwell did not box in liis against Congressman Settle, in the Seventh district. State Sexatok 11rontox will run Thk Jessamine Journal passed the quarter centennial mark last Fridny. It is a clean and eminently respectable paper. Louisville Dispatch with Legislative guarantees news during the readers a full and fair report of the as they doings of the Solon are there. .Mr. levis is a gentle, gonial gentleman and one of the brightest men on the state press. That Charlie Lewis will furnish the The Ml Sterling Sintinel Democrat has change editors. Mr. W. T- - Havens retiring, Judge lien R Turner and Judge Squire Turner assuming the reins, the latter gentleman with a previous successful experience on the tripod. We are hopeful that the new management will keep the paper at the forefront of the Democratic piess of the state, wher it has foucht for the right so manfully. Ji-s- t whe stands on the money question is a difllcult matter to decide. At one moment he appears to favor bimetallism, at the next moment he turns his face in the direction of gold monometallism. IT re the President His latent position, as described 51 IT'S 'HI by Senator Fairbanks at Iiulianopoli. in a speech delivered before the State conference of the Indiana Republicans, is decidedly for maintaining the trold stanard. Jon Williams has sold his splendid plant, the Midway Clipper, of the Hento J. O. Cooper, ry county lx)cal, and ex-'dit- Jolly E- - w . Railey, of Midway. Mr. Wil liams has been a success as an editor and publisher and we regret to him leave the prolession, since there is no intimation given that he will continue in the fold. What will ihe K. P. A. be without Joe Williams and his charming wife? Not much if any W. thing .The Philadelphia Ledger, n Republican paper, is candid enough to admit that the Dingley tariff law is a failure a- - a revenue producer, and very justly say?: "Xor is it surprising that it should have failed in this respect, for some of the most impo'tant schedules were framed not in the inierest of the nation, but for the benefit and at the dication of the sugar trust, and organizations representing the w ool growers and tho manufacturers of woolens, the lumber dealers and various other combinations of interested parties, whose sole purpose was to promote their prhate interest." Hon. W. IJ. Flk"ii.g Las been suggested for Congres- - from the Louisville district. Judge Fleming is a scholarly gentleman, an able lawyer and a Democrat in whom their is no guile. It was lie who roasted Mr. Carlisle so teerely for ugly treatment received tit the Secretary's hands, says 15. J. Xe!on, oditor of the Onenton Herald. Judge Fleming was chief of an important divison in tho Treasury Department, and for espousing the cause of Democracy was unceremoniously discharged by his superior officer. For the sake of an old time friendship we would be more than pleawd to see Mr. Fleming elected to Congress. CiF.Brower&Co,, Main and Broadway. Yuletide Greeting's Are in order now. Onrs have taken the form if a jrrand sale of Holiday Goods. You are invited may we expect you. E552S SiTraKysXf'XJi 3&uJh:&firtJr Fi fv K?.SS. 3i R'-$r-- il "avu-- z fe j-- "GSt ,r-- '- - .M r. - mt. . :rl &'' " f . - r V... " v- - Fiftj of thee style pictures, gold mould- ings liraM writers, 16x24 Some of the subjects are as follows: l'svclie. The Lilly Gatherer, The Orphans, St. Cecilia. Price, $198 GREAT LINE OF S200, 250 AND $3.00 PICTURES. Tne choicest selection of Fancy Goods, such as Limps. Tables, Onyx goods at bottom prices. Leather Goods. $23.00. $?5 $27.50. Turkish leather chains big arm chairs, sleepy hollowe. Look at all the stocks then come here. 18 00. The grandest line of couches and chairs ever shown in the city. See our full size leather couches genuine leather at WON'T BE UNDERSOLD. AVE Our Popular Priced Rockers AP.E WORTH INVESTIGATING. CiF.Brower&Co Mf?-l- y ' ! ii Lexington, Ky. The Carlisle Mercury was 33 years dletown, was tho guest last week ol old on Dec30, aud had been In cnarge Mrs. E. B. Evans, near White Hall. of tho Knightly Keller for sixteen Miss Escott, of Shelbyville, who years. Long may they wave. was the charming guest of Miss Blanton last week, left for home yesterday. Mark Hanxa received his first defeat Mr. and Mrs. J. W. "Wagers enteras a political boss when on Monday bis crowd of young folks at candidate for speaker of the Ohio Legis- tained a largo their home, near Waco, Wednesday lature only received 53 votes to 56 for the opposition. This shows that even night. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mehagan, of Ohio is tired of the tyrant. Paris, spent from Wednesday until A few months ago President Friday with the family of Mr. W. M. annouueed a commission of Harber. able men to go abroad and advocate Mr. James Bennett and family have bimetallism. The wisest statesmen taken possession of the handsome of Europe listened courteously to the Bennett home near the Christian bright and brilliant Wolcot, to the church. suave and judicious Stevenson and to Mr. Haden Douglas, of Nashville, tho eloquent Paine. All told of the Tenn., formerly a student at 0. U., earnestness of the Americans for biLaw metallism, of the sincerity of the returned Friday to enter the School. inPresident in seeking to secure an Mr. John W. Ballard, of White's Staternational acreement. A little later and these grave statesmen of Europe tion, is summoned as a juryman this take up their morning papers and read week before the Court of Appeals at that Secretary Gage has submitted to Frankfort. Misses Florrie Heath and Anna the American Congress a bill to fix tlio gold standard more firmly, and Bell Harber spent from Friday until this with the sanction of the President, Monday with Miss Ethel Garner, at who was supposed to be the ardent Winchester. friend of bimetallism. These statesMrs. J. Tevis WilkersDn.oneof the men of Europe will laugh at us. They handsomest women in the Blue Grass, will say we are nmkingourselves ridi- was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Sallie culous in the eyes of the whole world. Russell, last week. Htv V. W. Rush, of Winchester, Tun Kentucky Legislature assembled over Fridav to attend the New ou Monday. As the Democratic caucus guest of his nominees will be elected, we may re fYear's Ball and was the cousin, Mr. R. E. Little. port the following selections: Trib-blMiss Elizabeth Hall, of Paris, who House Caucus Chairman-Sou- th has been spending the holidays with of Franklin. Speaker of the House J. C. V. Beck- her cousin, Miss Nancy Hall, returned home last Friday. ham, oi Nelson. Clerk Brock Hill. Mr. W. R. Letcher, Jr., a noble Chief Assistant Chief Clerk Green R. Kel- Senior of Yale, is spending his holiday vacation with his mother, Mrs. ler. s Percy Haley. Will Arbuckle, at Silver Creek. Enrolling Clerk Henry Williams, of Mr. and Mrs. Churchill, who have Bowling Green. been visiting in Illinois, returned to Goebel, Mrs. T. S. Ellis' on Monday. Mr. Senate Caucus. William Chairman and President Pro Tem. of Churchill is U. S. Pension Examiner. the Senate. Hon. Joe. A. Cohen, who was for Clerk William Cromwell. fifty years on the State Board of EqualAssistant Clerk Joseph Stone. ization, was the guest of his grands Charles Sommcrs daughter, Annie Bennett Cohen, this Doorkeeper Robert Tyler. week. Janitor William Klair. Mrs. Vernon Reggs, nee Miss Mabel Enrolling Clerk Mrs. Caswell BenTerrill, of St. Louts, was given a gennett. uine welcome "home" during the Cloakroom-keepe- r John M. Rice. Lay, Garth Ferguson holidays. She will remain for tno ld weeks longer. and John Morris. Miss Reed, a very charming young A tip conies from a reliable inside lady of Louisville, niece of Mayor source that Judge A. Rollins Burnam, Booker Reed, deceased, was the guest of the Court of Appeals, has been de- of her sister, Mrs. V. H. llobson, on cided upon by Senator Deboe and the High street, last week. Republican leaders for Federal District Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Miliary, of St. Judge in the event Congress divides Louis, Mr. Chas. R. Miliary, of Springthe State into two districts, as now field, 111., and Mr. Will S. Minary, of seems probable. The information Louisville, spent Christmas at Mr. comes in such a way that those who John S. Minary's. Woodford Sun. know its source can not doubt its Mrs. Will Taylor, nee Miss Mary authenticity Judge JJurnam is an McCord, and three children, who able lawyer and one of the strongest have been visiting the former's parmen in the Republican party in KenMr. and Mrs. Win. McCord, leave tucky. He has already made a fine ents, y for their home in Great Falls, record in the Court of Appeals, so his Montana. friends think. Courier-Journa- l. After a delightful visit to Mr. and The bill, referred to above, which is now in Congressman Evans' hands, Mrs. W. D. Oldham, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. is as follows: An Act to Create the fehipp have gone to their new home at Eastern Judicial Districtof Kentucky. Georgetown, where they will open a Be it enacted by the Senate aud House mammoth dry goods store about Janof Representatives of the United uary 10th. The superb China punch bowl and States of America, in Congress assembled, thai there is hereby created and waiter, valued at $75, painted by Mrs. established a judicial district to be Geo. Matt Adams, of Louisville, was known as the Eastern District of Ken- won by Mr. Clarence E. Woods. The tucky, and which shall embrace the articles were on exhibition at Mr. Bruterritory in the State of Kentucky, tus W. Turner's store. included to the counties of Carroll. Mr. Albert Severance, of Stanford, Onen, Franklin, Woodford, Jessa- was here last week, the guest of mine. Garrard, Lincoln, Pulaski and friends. Mr. Severance is a son of Wayne, and all other counties in the the lamented Joseph Severance, of said State lying east of the said named Stanford, who was one of Lincoln's counties. best and best known citizens. Section 2. There shall be appointed Mr. S. Neville Moberley writes from a Judge, a District Attorney and a Cincinnati that his eye, so badly inMarshal for the said district, In ac- jured by a Roman candle ball, is imcordance with the provisions of the proving and that he will bo able to law relating to such ollicers, and until use it again. Mr. Joe Tevis, who was such appointment the Judge, District also similarly injured, is all right Attorney and Marshal of the district again. of Kentucky shall continue to Mr. G. R. Durt and sister, Miss Emthe duties of their respective ofma, of Ford, who recently entertained said district fices in and for the Section 3. All laws in force for the Misses Elise and Helen Rennett and government and administration of the Messrs. C. 11. Breck, Jr., and C. H. district of Kentucky shall apply to Chenault at a handsome luncheon at the Eastern District of ventucky as their handsome home at Ford, spent the holidays at Saginaw, Mich. far as they may be applicable. E. C. Boggs and family, of RichSection 4. The remainder of the State of Kentucky lying west of the mond, have moved to Nicholasville counties shall con- and are occupying the residence on tinue to be a judicial district, and be North Main street, recently purchased hereafter called the Western District of W. C. Denman. Mr. Boggs is a son of Jas. H. Roggs, formerly of Madison, of Kentucky. If Gov. McCreary were in Congress but now a resident of this county. Jessamine Journal. Richmond wound get the court. Miss Annie Ward, the beautiful sister of Messrs. Miller and Quincy Ward, all so highly esteemed here, will be to Mr. Ezekiel Miss Bessie Miller is at home from married Field Clay, eldest son of Col. Zeke Winchester. Clay, of Bourbon. The ceremony will Col. O. H. Chenault came over from be quiet. The bride has often visited Lexington on Monday. Miss Bessie Miller, of this city. Miss Lucy Wilson, of Augusta, Ky., Misses Mildred and Emma Hackett is visiting Miss Etta Graeme Miner. have for their guests Miss Noland, of Miss Susie Tate entertains Saturday Richmond, and Miss Gay Thomas, of night at her home, near Waco. Mt. Sterling Major and Mrs. G. M. Mi js Maggie Crooke entertained at Adams, of Louisville, after spending her Crooksville home, Thursday night. a few days with Mr. and Mrs. B. W. M'ss Mae Escott, of Shelbyville, Turner, at Richmond, returned to visited Miss Katie Blanton last week. Winchester yesterday, and are the Miss Sadie Fogg, of Lexington, was guests of Mayor and Mrs. John E. Mias Rosa Turley's visitor last week. Garner. Winchester Sun. In honor of her three sons, Masters Mr. Barclay Arnett, of Nicholasville, was here from Friday until Monday. Harry Baylor, William Arnold and Paul Trimble Hanger, Mrs. II. B. Mr. Harrison Thompson, of Mt. Sterling attended the hop here Friday Hanger gave a most delightful Christmas tree. The decorations and gifts night were from Chicago, New York and Miss Earle Chenault is at home Richmond. Among the gifts was a from Shelbyville, and will not return solid silver service, consisting of 7 to school. massive pieces, exquisitely wrought, Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Rice, of Stan- Mrs. Hanger's gift from her husband. ford, were the guests last week of Mrs. Lou Mershon, of Richmond, relatixes here. spent tho week with Mrs. John B. Miss Janio Myers has returned Mershon. Miss Nellie Mershon, who from a visit to friends and relatives is attending school at that place, came in Lexington. with her and spent Christmas at home. Misses Annie and Lucile Menefee Prof. J. "W. Porter and wife, of Lexington, were the guests of Mrs. T. S. have a jolly house party as follows: Misses Lizzie Crabb, of Eminence; Hagan last week. Miss Bessie Spencer, of Carlisle, is Haidie Duff, Glasgow; Neppie Scruggs, visiting Mrs. Mary W. "Williamson Greenville, Miss., and Messrs. B. S. Ritchie, Louisville, and L. C. Crabb, and Mrs. Miner. Eminence. Stanford Journal. Messrs. Pettit Berry and Arch HamMr. W. H. Harding returned on last ilton, of Lexington, attended the dance week from Arkansas, wbpre he had here Friday evening. Mrs. Lou L. Hume, of Irvine, was been looking at a farm with the view the guest of her brother, G. E. Lilly of buying same for Col. C. D. Chenault. Mr. Harding had tho good luck several days last week. to kill a large deer. He brought the Miss Patsy Prewitt, of Mt Sterling, head home with him and will have it was the guest last week of Mr. and mounted. He says it was against tho Mrs. Daniel M. Chenault. law for him to bring any of the meat Miss Susanne Grigsby, of Lexing- and but for the law ho would have ton, was the guest of Miss Margaret given his friends a big dear supper. Chenault during the holidays. . Mr. H. B Hanger loft for Ifew Miss Mary Tribblo will leave York on Monday last. From this for Washington, D. C, where she will point he sailed on the 30th for Nicapursue a special course, of studies. ragua on the steamship Finance. He Mr. and Mrs. W. H. "Webb and daughgoes to inspect and estimate the cost ter, have returned to Louisville, after a of the Nicaragua Canal, which, when visit to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cobb. built, will join the Carjbean Sea with B. F. Scudder returned Monday to the" Pacific Ocean. As only six firms Georgetown College, and. J. W. Scud- in the United States have been invider left for the LomBYflleUedicaL ted, limited only to two .representaMiss LVnnie Evans, of North MM- - tives each, it is as honor well deserved lie-Klnl-- cae e, 1 Sergeant-at-Arm- Sertreani-at-Arm- Pages-Haro- to-da- tucky Home," and in order to more perfectly keep up with the news have ordered the Climax to their home on the Pacific coast. The Madison Junior Social Hop Club gave the swellest of swell dances at Collins' mammoth arcade last Friday night. The floor was like a crystal lnke, the music that of tho gods a la Seibert, of Macauley's Theater, Louisville. The programs were the handsomest ever issued by a hop club here. The ladies present were: Misses Escott, Shelbyville; Grigsby and Fogg, Lexington; Prewitt, Mt Sterling; Reed, Louisyille; Chenault, Smith, McDowell, Blanton, Taylor, Zaring, Little, Higgins. Shackelford, Poage, Crutcher, Pepper. Visiting gentlemen: Bonta, Harrodsburg; Hamilton, Berry, Lexington ; Thompson, Mt Sterling; Herndon, lmcaster; Willis, Bush, Smith, Winchester: Danville; Arnett, Nicholasville. Chaperones: Mesdames C. D. Chenault, T. D. Chenault, Kuper Hood, E. B. Hume, I. Shelby Irvine, Neale Bennett. The club members feel justly proud of the great success achieved. One of the most notable weddings in years in Kentucky occurred last Thursday at Versailles, when Miss Pearl Vories and Mr. Jas. B. Hag-githe millionaire New York turfman, were married. The bride is well remembered in Richmond, having frequently visited Governor and Mrs. McCreary and Mrs. Evan S. McCord, then Miss Lizzie Bennett. Mrs. Haggin is twenty-fiv- e years of age, whilst her husband, who was a widower, is seventy-fou- r. His first wife was her aunt and for the last Miss Vories was tho guest three of Mr. Haggin's daughter in New York. She is one of the most beautiful women in Kentucky. She is tall, lithe and graceful, 1ms splendid gray eyes and golden brown hair and has long been a belle in her native State. She has been very greatly admired wherever she has been and much has been written in her praise. Miss Vories was educated at Staunton, Va., and at Cincinnati, and is highly cultivated. Mr. Haggin recently purchased the Elmendorf Farm, in Fayette county, near Lexington, one of the finest stock farms in Kentucky, and ho and his bride will keep open house there a part of each year, although New York will be their permanent home. u, that has been accorded Mr. Hanger. Was Growing Worse On our fourth page appears the promised story translated from tho French by Miss Lucia Burnam. "The Liver and Stomach Troubles Adoption," by Alphonso (not to Work Now Able to Do. as tho types have it) Daudet, All Her Housework. story, too is a pretty caro of a physician: "I waa under pretty in fact to be buried from most for two years andtho was treating me for ha of us in French, but Miss Burnam Btomach and liver troubles and femalo clothes the pathetic story in mother difficulties, but I only grew worse under English, and the Climax presents tho his treatment. I was so weak I could any work. I was at last induced narrative as a specimen of faultless to try Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood's. translation by its talented friend. medicines have done mo The Right Hon. Win. Oshkosh Ows- Pills and theso bo much good that I now weigh 112. ley, P.JJ. Qtion, is no more among us, pounds and am able to do all my houseand we mourn and we cannot be com- work. I firmly believe I should have been forted. He is now drinking Ken- in my grave today if it had not been for tucky river water from J. W. Bond's Hood's Sarsaparilla. My little girl was. sy afflicted with phthisic. I gave her Hood'a mash tubs at McErayer, near Make Christmas day a bright, special era to Sarsaparilla and It has relieved her."' Thus a good man is some one by the gift of something from our thrown into oblivion. Come, Bill, Mas. E. S. Habpeb, 701 University stock. We have never before offered such Avenue, Knoxville, Tennessee. goods at such prices, They are within the do send us some news items from reach of the most moderate buyer. Call, at Tyrone, Youngs High Bridge, and the least, to inquire. Bill wants the mouth of Dix River. The Fairest Gem. We surparilla prised if this advertisement would not beeye of Climax to assuage his grief. It shall reached the Is tho best-- In tact tho Ono Truo Blood Purifler. some one who considered the fairest gem of the assuage. &.t all druggists. Be suro to get Hood's. season his sweetheart. A ring or other pieces Mr. and Mrs. Evan S. McCord and cure liver ills, easy to take, of Jewelry would be a very neat expression of tolittle son, William Bennett, leave flOOd S rlllS easy to operate. 25cents. such a feeling. Why not reap a pleasure by conferring cue? day for Fairhaven, Washington, folA glittering Show. Our cases present a glitlowed by the well wishes of a large McR. T. Bush, of Winchester, has been the tering array of all that is newest and choicest circle of friends. Mr. and Mrs. in tho things which refined people possess. Cord are held in as high esteem as guest of her cousin, Miss Eva Coy. The prices of many of things is nothing short of these things is nothing short of astounding. any couple that ever left Madison to PATNTLICK. Tell us what you can afford to spend and in make their home elsewhere, so that almost every case happy and prosperous New Year to own price. Try you can be suited at your of A their welfare and happiness are it. great concern to their wide circle of the Climax. relatives and friends hero. Mr. and Mr. Jas. B. Woods left on last SaturThe Slain Street Jeweler. Mrs. McCord are correspondingly in- day for Cincinnati, his future home. He terested in affairs of tho "Old Ken- is one of the junior members of the firm, lew Year Surprises. Too-Wea- k post-Christm- 1 BeSkss B FLOHIyii Pf Closing Out f"4..- - OtOCK Sale!! . v--g rst lEill LEXINGTON, KY., Will send you only Fresh Cut Flowers and artistic designs. Quality Is our aim, yet not made at nndue cost. To be sold regardless of eosfc to change bus: nefis. Bargains for everybody. We guarantee a saving of 25 cents on e r Dollar's worth of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes Cloaks, Capes, Underwear, Carpets, Etc. fp$ jg lgy - Il Law-rencebu- rg. 'SSl HOOU S Everything strictly All orders left with our agent Henry L. 1'erry at White's drugstore, will receive prompt attention. "Bell's Flowers go Everywhere." novl0-2m Men's suits worth SS.00 for Boy's suits worth $2.00 for $1.00. Men's shoes worth $1.50 for 90c. Ladies' shoes worth $1.50 for 75e. Calicoes 3cts a yard. Ginghams lets a yard. Cotton 3cts a yard. Overcoats worth $S.OO for $4.00. Ladies' capes worth $3.5q for $1.75. Hose and socks 4cts a pair. Blankets 40cts a pair. Si.OO. -3-- r: K- V' -4 m .r-'.- f. -- 'ft--' $m UlSVfLLE have seen our &t Don't buy any goods until Bargains, as we will save j'ou money sure. 'Jv KY. D. P. ARMER nTF. LOUISYILLE, mrm wnurvAnT iftriin'. nbiDW Up Town, Klein & Son's Old Stand, Richmond. OfF0 luimoi uiiD - m - C Kv , of Cotton, Woods fc McCormick, a new commission firm. We are loath to lose Mr. Woods, as he is one of our most substantial business men. Galloway & Woods shipped on last Saturday to Cotton, Woods & McCormick, one car load of hogs. Mr. Jas. B. Parkes, of Kingston, was here several days last week. Miss Mamie Ramsey left on last Friday for Searcy, Ark., to spend the win- Pianosi-Oir- as European Plans. It was the remark of a French Philosopher that "THE BEST THINGS IN THE WORLD ARE NEVER SAID." We have never told all the best things about our. . ter with her brother, Mr. Terrill Ramsey. Messrs. G. P. Scott and I. F. Swallow, of Central University, spent several days during the hulidays with Mr. John Wallace. Messrs. Nathan Elliott and O. C. Crook visited Mr. C. A. Fish last week. Misses Leta and Jaenie Feland, of Richmond, spent several days during the holidays with the family of Mr. A. K. Lackey. Miss Killie McClury, of Standford, visited Miss Florence Lackey last week. Miss Margarette Harrell, of Texas, was the charming guest of Miss Jennie The Ladies' Restaurant is the finest in the city. Every convenience for ladies spending the da' in the city. Gentlemen's Cafe on Office floor. AS2,000 Word This paper announces, in connection with The Constitutution, a new offer in which everyone may to supply the missing word in this sente ice: n i A . ru- - a rT J ..Pianos and Organs.. I am agent for the W. W. Kimball Co , of Chicago, and am selling the best Organs and finest Pianos ever ottered to the public for the money. Easy terms to right parties. Call and see me. I can save you money. decl-l- y MUSIC: Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evening. MANAGER. i "AT FIRST IT WAS CONSIDERED b) fc THE ; AS A GOOD OMEN well-kno-.vn ' ' THOS. A. MULLIGAN, TEA cures Dyspep-- I Constipation and Indigestion. Eegulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. Th. sentence is taken from a publication it-v- J word Is a familiar one, and it may readily suggest 1 . i IvUllvl v sia, W. P. Surles, decl5-t- Contest Beean Jan. Ends March FOR. 1. uu f Old P. O. Building, Irvine St. O. White. TO EH7EE THIS GOJiTEST YOU MUST SUBSCRIBE What stops Neuralgia? Dr. Sliles Pain Pills. Parkes during the holidays. Miss Ella Brown Parks visited friends here last week. Misses Alma and Mary Lear visited Miss Mabel Royaton, in Lancaster, last week. Miss Annie Francis has returned to Lancaster, where she has been attending school. Mrs. Victor Lear and daughter, of Lancaster, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Fish last week. Miss Lucile Francis is visitincMr. and Mrs. Joe Robertson, at Lancaster. Miss Fannie L. Wallace spent the Hotice to Creditors. All persons having claims against the estate of Sallie S. Chrisman, dee'd , are hereby noticed to present same to me at once properly W T. TEVIS, verified for payment. dec22-4Executor. w ,hi i5 THE HICUMONI) CLIMAX, AT THE EXTREMELY LOW PRICE OF For Christmas!.. ?SJ!iiisaSrUiS5 WITH IN CONNECTION GEN. A r. BOOK show e. LEE, FOR THE PEOPLE. SOLDIER, Citizen and Christian Patriot. GREAT NEW $1,75 Vi In connection with this Clubbing Rate, we will, if you send guess with the subscription price, forward all for you and . LIVE AGENTS WANTED iTcrjvhtre to sample pigt i:d tt up tlaba. mi YOU A CHAKCE AT THE ftlSSIHG W03D FU?H i per-tor- m BIRTHS. Barclay. wife of On December 2S, to the girl. Boulwaue. A Christmas gift in girl. the shape of an Douglas. To Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Douglas, on Tuesday last, a John Barclay, an ten-pou- nd before-mentione- d PERSONAL. boy. Hume. There is no happier fireside in Madison than that of Mr. and Mrs. Stanton B. Hume, who on New Year's Day welcomed to their home a little SILVER CREEK. son, William Stanton. The little felMiss Kathleen Poyntz, of Richmond, low's eyes are blue, complexion fair, returned home Thursday, after a week's and has a bright beautiful face. May visitjto her cousin, Miss Merritte Jones. he never cease to be the joy of his Dr. J. X. Logan, of Richmond, spent parents' hearts. from Thursday until Saturday with his daughter, Mrs. Thomson Burnam. Master Green Turley returned home Friday after spending the holidays with Tubpik. Mrs. Daniel Turpin, of his aunt, Mrs. Dr. Hockaday. Whites Station, died last Saturday The night train on Rowland branch night of consumption. She leaves killed a mare for Mrs. J. C. Adams Friabout ten children to mourn her loss. day night. This makes three head of Ei.more. After a long illness, at the stock killed here by the night train in residence of her sister, Mrs. Homer Shearer, on the Barnes Mill pike, Miss the past month. Sara Elmore, age 5S years. Interment Rev. W. R. Potter, of Kirksville, will in the Richmond Cemetery. Deceased preach at the school house here Sunday was well known'and highly respected, and her death grieves a large circle of evening. friends. William Ingram of Central University, spent Christmas with Sam Farris. CORRESPONDENCE. Robert Couchman and wife have returned from Fayette where they speut KIRKSVILLE. Rev. R. B. Briney has returned from Christmas with relatives a three weaks visit to his parents at W. R. Farris and family, of Paint Moberley, Missouri. Lick, have moved to the E O. Farris Mr. G. C. Faris, of State College, Lex- farm, about one mile from here. ington, spent the holidays with his Marshal ilaupin and Horace Beaty, of mother at this place. Miss Lena Palmer left Monday for Kingston, speut a few day last week Stanford to visit her aunt, Mrs. Traylor, with John D. Maupin, Jr. and other relatives. James C. Adams retnrned from Cin Mr. J. Mac Coy, of Kentucky University, spent the holidays with his par- cinuati Thursday, where he had been on business. ents, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Coy. Mr, A. B. Farris left Monday for Miss Merritte Jones, SuperintenGeorgetown, where he has accepted a dent of Sunday School at this place, position as clerk for H. C. Shipp & Co. His departure is regretted by many offered a prize last January to the ones who attended everv Sunday during the friends. Mr. Clarence Poage and wife, nee year. There were three, Jennie Mills, Miss Ida Willis, are the guest of Mrs. John Hatter and Frank Seifeird; and to D. B. Willis. each she gave a nice book. Silver Creek Miss Julia, the attractive daughter of should be proud of the' good work going on here, aud ever be ready to give their Superintendent a helpiug hand. holidays at home. The following people left last week for Arkansas, where they will reside tin the future: T. E. Adams and family, Stephen Marshback and family, John Colsou, James Davis and Joe Roberts. Miss Ellen Mays entertained on last You need colors to make your home more Tuesday evening at her elegant home a attractive for the Christmas festivities, you will find results satisfying. No trouble about number of her friends. the expense of it, for the cost is so slight you Mrs. E. II. Ballard entertained the will scarcely notice it. Let us supply the paint young people on last Wednesday even- and you do the work or we will have the paint a very ing with a "Tackv" party, which was applied for you at receivedsmall expense. large shipments of Have recently very enjoyable. Window Glass all sizes from 8x10 to 40x90 Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Lear entertained inches all bought before the large advance in You on last Thursday evening iu honor of price all to be sold at 'a small profit.Mouldshould see our nice new line of Picture their daughters, Misses Alma and Mary. ings, very small ones in all the new shades of Mr. E. W. Norris gave a dining on colore, ic. cent Remember we haven't many of the last Wednesday at his home near Leaf, papers left but what we have still go at 510cents. Messrs. Parkes, Lackey, Prices guaranteed to be lower than the lowest. to bis friends, Poyntz and Higgins. Very respectfully, Mr. A. W. Ravanaugh and family moved to their future home near Lancaster this week. We are sorry to lose them from our midst. The post office has has been removed 209 "West Main from Lackey Bros, to Moore & Co.'s, with Mr. Henry Moore as postmaster. Mr. J. C. Rucker has removed his family from Lancaster to his property recently purchased here. We are glad to have Mr. Rucker with us again. EXTRAORDINARILY LIBERAL TERMS. Money can be made rapidly, and a vast amount of good done in circulating one or the noblest historical works published during the past quarter of a century. JCTIYE AGE5TS ARE SOW REAPUG A RICH HAR1EST. seres IN ONE YEAR THE CONSTITUTION Constitution's i! Ac the end of period covered by ttrs conttst The Cnrte.iit.il n w ti tlie successful party or pati.es :he full pnzr amouri lti the contest The pi in i I'rnple anil these cnni-r- and have be.-- con.iu ted with uch absolute f r . ., . they have been wtuY-i- come.) aft-- r but none have great origin hor CLT-- i HAS PAID j r- Some of our best workers are selling worked four days and a half and secured 51 orders He sells the book to almost every man lie meets. Dr. J J. Mason, Muscogee county, (la., sold 120 copies the first five days he canvassed. II. C. Sheets, Palo Pinto county, Tex , worked a few hours and sold 16 copies, mostly morocco binding. J. II. Hanna, Gaston county, N. C, made a month's wages in three days canvassing for this book. S. M White, Callahan county, Tex is selling books at the rate of 111 copies a week. The Work Contains Biographical Sketches cf all the Leading Generals, a vast amount of Historical Matter, and a large number of Beauo tiful Illustrations It is a grand book, and ladies and gentlemen who can give all or a part of their time to the canvass are bound to make immense sums of monev handFull-Pag- OVER ONE HUNDRED BOOKS A WEEK. Mr. A. G. Williams, Jackson county. Mo., N 11 EARLY r- these mlssins word tonieMs it sets oiCe W per cent of h. t!on tund receU'ed from subscribers gues.ni; at the mi n this fund Is given to ihe successful pueser or guesser in fund is ili.-t- r butnl with involute funeiss. and i!i ' Woeltly er M')TtK THAN IVjow i 'onsiltution ' puts aside 10 per cent from a I for th tlon fund shows that the amount to be divkktl at each lnter i .. enough to be worth strvins for. It i not .1 catch-penn- v fill proportion, but the p'an is open and slmnle and - imilTU suri-mb- $6.000 bM-riptions IN CASK fi' srue-s'ser- io mnllo ornnlctthe 9 nation of tlie tV The book lifromofwlitch the entence Mkt coi IfM Ufnrf loolrs. lr tli- Iot - I- lfflp t'epirtineiit t . n mritnr!nna riinlrl. fer Ittf-- intent mm niito... b. dpp.witp.1 In irhfc-- vaaK. wn-rai ta.' mutes theawurtt ifter a' k, M. lip Street-septl-l- yr dress ling it. AN EL.BGANT PROSPECTUS. showing the different styles of binding, sample pages, and all material necessary to work with, vrill be sent on receipt of SO cents. The magnificent gallery of portraits, alone, in the prospectus is worth double the money. We furnish it at far less than actual cost of manufacture, and we would advise you to order quickly, and tct exclusive control of the best territory. 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Wont, is that each and every sae-- s ni it pnnied by a resr"s sutm-rtptiotn The Weeily Constitui 1 through the pner pubrMil 15 the adYertfeement In iiis-- , rlubbiin; nfier. the zuesx at the attain:: wttnl iW be for w n -- hniiM one iruem must te sentnhh the atncrii.tion. ruoie Uun one answer, he or she at I e entitled shar for each correct answer. There will I no cnpiLkl pr nlllcet a first prze. Persons may suesH a many times t (OM1ITII1N I'tKCKIlENT FOR SENIUM. I.I I- -- t.t r M BuiaixiptMjIH McCLURE'S TMAOAZINE FOR THE COMING YEAR you need not write the sentence oat la fuH jam nay the Word for the above pnrtitutar cnod (designatlnirit) is . MAKINI. YOTK ANsWKIt Oimtvs ALL. CLL'lil'.lXC OltDEK-- . TO Some Notable Features Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, How's This! We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be These reminiscences contain more unpublished war history than any other book except the Government publications. Mr. Dana was intimately a isociated with Lincoln. Stanton, Grant, Sherman, and the other great men ol the Civil War. He had the confidence of the President and his great War Secretary, and he was sent on manv firivaie missions to make imnortint tnv,tK.ihrui. ;n , army. Lincoln called him " Tit Eytt of the Cmtrnmrnt at tkt Front." Everywhere through these memoirs are bits of Stcrit History and Fresh RecolUithns of Great Men. These Reminiscences will be illustrated with many Rare and UnpuUished IKtr Fhotorrapks from the Government collection ' which now contains over 8,000 negatives of almost priceless value. The Christmas McClukk's contained a comtilete SAort Starr by Rudyard Kipling entitled "The Tomb of His Ancestors, ' RUDYARD KIPLING tlie tale of a clouded Tijjer, an officer in the Indian .irmy.and a rebellious tube. We have in hand also a Hem Ballad, a STORIES & POEMS poweiful, grim, moving song of War Ships. It will bo superbly illustrated. Mr. Kipling will be a frequent contributor. "Rupert Ilentzau? the sequel to "The ANTHONY HOPE'S zeitda. Iiv splendid invention, in characters, Primer of in dramatic situations, it is the noblest and most stirring novel that NEW 2ENDA NOVEL iuiHuiijr wyc iiaa ever written. RuJinrd Ktlliitr. RgitrfHarv Wiltty.. JTT.m ll'L.'t- Ian MatlartK. Octave Thantt, Stephen Crane, and many I SHORT STORIES BY olt.V,lk.'.y.V,J0'jr ". world, will ccntiibute I I AIITUriDC I to McCLUKE'S daring the coming year. EJiioh'i Wonderfnt Invention. The result of ei;ht years' coestact hbjr. Mountains cioundto dust and the iron ore EDISON'S LATEST enracied by magnetism. The Fastest Ship. An article by ACHIEVEMENT the inventor and constructor of "Tnrbinia'a vessel that can . make the sneed of an pmiMt ir,m Af&.- Tttestepe.by the most competent authority living, lord Kehin.a. character sketch and substance of a conversation with this eminent scientist on unsolved problems of science. Drawn from fifteen years' personal experience as bralceman. fireman and engineer, by Htrtert H. Hamilin. It is X narrative of THE RAILROAD sue i. advrr.ture, hazards, accident! and escapes, and is as vivid MAN'S LIFE li.d dramatic as a piece of fiction. The account of thri tetrible fi;ht written down by Hamlin Garland THE CUSTER as it came from the lps of Tv.e Moons, aa old Indian Chief who waa a participant in it. MASSACRE lt homes streets, means of travel, water supply , safeguards of life and 'leahh, jpcrts and pleasures the conditions of IJe of the perfected city of NEW YORK ; p next century, by Col. George E. Waring, Jr., Commissioner of the IN CHAS. A. DANA'S REMINISCENCES r . THE RICHMOND CLIMAX, Richmond, K THE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL J , GAZETTE r. (Weekly Edition ol tne Commercial Tribune.) "'" fjpcAT jffi& I Wow Ten Page Weekly.) ' s- - Send for Sample Copies. 0 OEInTTS A Special Inducement to Club Boise OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFER Stupendous Enterprise of Interest to All Readers. 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N The great Arctic explorer hainritten. an article on the powibilitieicf reaehinz the North Pole; on the raethedsthit the next expedition should adopt, HANSEN and the 1 intDOrfant scientific IcnnwWit.tn K frit... I . j..r . ThisWled3e wUlbeof the ,eH,Pcrl,arjof ralul ."deac""' Mm v.icsnir.g Department f.'.ARK TWAIN 01 new ioik. 1950 ;tt. m wjk Mm d kH "W 10 r TBE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNFS WAGEs Book - ,.j " tj: jacking. 60c Net to accompany each order. rjAN ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE AUTHORITY. Adince orders may be placed now. Almanac ready far delivery Use-In- . To iFREE10c will send Saty Yearly Subscriber additional for postage and ". West I ! - ,p- - f t, t$ z - '4 Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal gft ly, acting directly upon the blood asd MOST PERFECT MADE. mucous surfaces oCtne system. ; TestiA pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powdr. Fni 10 a.CsJpj firora Amnionfa, Alum or any other adulterant, monials sent free; :Prke,75e.pw,loAd, li sf JMriNtar 40 YEARS THS, STANDARD. f . t Sold 'by all DrugiuL "" Tlie S. S. McCUmB C0 '3' .t. " - i ?". T v lrv" ' - WWDtft Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. Walding, Kixkan & Mary tK, Whole& Ke bt The and illustrators are maltinc for McClufb's iUcriNE .A.B '.F;ost TeterlfeweU.i'.D.Giison, tlonard Brennan, and others. PyU Aenjron Cox, C K. Lissum, ,,N sale Druggists, Toledo, 0." i W. D. - S,itnt, Alfred -- The November ISiunWwai be eirea free wiih new mbscriptioas. This opemnc chapter, of Dana', Reamaccacw. Mark rwain'a Voyajfe from India nomber certain the to SHh TAlrca tka accoaat of Edao&'a uT 'T lareBtiea. asd a.aua.vrfeiir-u- : matter and wwo mk.Wjt la aahacrmtm 9 .,, ,piciETCT i I - ILLUSTRATIONS r-'- have this Jnvalaabte volome of tatis- 5aTU?aaUA8tl2llVlraI'iS!?terialandGeBral Compilation ol Interesting Figures. and --.. W rw. liiress Tie W. Ctrnmercial Trifctie Ct., CINCUfKATI, OHIO. o1 Cit f -- atu-iL- A ' if w. .5 1,1 2-- 2' -- East asm street, Hew Ttric 'rv. QRD6R NOW sf B - j&a S0&j&il The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 5, - 1S9S. a in Richmond. o -- g by THE CLIMAX with the guar- - g o antee that its circulation exceeds o a that of any otlierpaper published c 3O0 rA09COOCOOOOO&50eOQe Caleast is (). O Advertisements will bo received o Friends of Vernon Vaughn, clerk of Estill, will learn with regret that he was taken suddenly ill Monday at his home at Irvine. He was county clerk for 12 years, and the only Democrat who has held a county office there in eight years, or since S. P. Richardson was sheriff. ty Mr. C. T. Langlord The Firsl to Try. c r")0 g Pine Knot Langford, of Blue Grass, is the first subscriber this year to the Weekly Atlanta Constitution and is entitled to a chance for the $2000 cash prize offered by that paper, the greatest newspaper in the South. All old or new subscribers to the Climax Are You Cold? and Constitution for the next So days If so so go to Coleman Neff and get are entitled to a guess. Send us $1.75 Mr. C. T. for both papers one year, and send in the "rgissing-word.-" See big advertisement on this page. Auctioneer Prewitt's Sale. Dandruff is jjisease The beginning of baldness is dandruff. Keep the scalp dean and promote the growth of the hair by the use of Coal for 11 cents, a bushel, the best coal on the market. OfliceR-N- . I.-B. depot. Telephone 90. dec22-3- t Big Fox Chase. Oyer's W-- W A Jfar Vigor Without Nights in a Barroom will be A.In the big fox chase at College Hill, 1) McKinney's "Nancy" and Will played at College Hill to night. Hisle's "Daisy" tied for first money. -- The firm of M. H. fc C H. rigg has Harvey Cheuault's "Hale Keen won been dissolved, C. H. Pigg retiring. third money. -- Ten K. Stoufler is the oldest clothier, furnisher and Hatter in the city. sept-29-Gtn Auctioneer Prewitt reports the salf of horses, court day, from $i.S3 Weekly Atlanta Constitution and $1.75 and a chance at $2,000 Il. C iimv a-- ID I aleast postolllce will not be discontinued, reports to the contrary notwithstanding. The Climax furnished the handsome Kitm covered programs for the liop last Friday night. IU-- v S. A. Owens returned on Thursday j -- .ur from Tennessee and ii ached at Republican on Sunday. If I havn't what you want give me order subject to approval. John Doxelson. Phil Roberts is laid up with a spraiiiel knee, due to a fall on slippery pavement. Hope he will he out soon. Nt mfler sells clothing cheaper than an -- Ir. khIv. 1 Mjpt-2y-G- ni here are six entries in the Public i det'Iainatory contest which is to . at the court house Friday night, .!,.ia urv 14. !ouhle rooin in third story over H.umii's drug tore for rent. Suit-- a for IxKlge or Red Rooms. laiiVIm Mr;.. Mary Ann Kinuard, has sold i. it "i her farm near Paint Lick to a Harlan Co. man by the name of price unknown. M.uiffer sells clothing cheaper than .' Skid-iM-ir- e. aovtmdy. sept-29-G- Sebastain, of Roonville, (Jsli y county, appointed by Collector "i to succeed V. L. Crutcher, vas sworn in Saturday. Communion Services on next Sunday at the Presbyterian Church; preparand atory services r rntav night, at 7 o'clock. He Stouller and save money on .tiling, over coats and underwear. C. to-da- y, ! J sept-2l)C- Co., have moved their harness shop into the stort room two doors above Fux's liv- v stable. Give them a call. J B. Walker & Bro. The firm of J. B. Walker & Bro. resolved partnership the first of January 1S9S, R. L. Walker moving to Xicholasville. vee Stouller for cheap overcoats. r- sept-2'J-G- - The Richmond Harness m Prof. Minier is the pleased recip-- i nt of a beautiful gold badge from tin- Richmond Military Band, the gift honoring alike the givers and receiv- rs. Charley Moore's paper, The Blue trass Blade, has changed its name to the Cincinnati Fiee Opinion and is now Ik ing published by the Ohio Liberal - Socictv. Suits to orderat Stoutfer's at ready made prices. ecpt-'JO-G- m time; but if you will leave vour order with me you will get what you want, John Doxklsox. Mrs. James Tevis ought to have a of vehicles on hand all the Its a hard matter to keep a stock celebration at her house. She has a c ok whom she has kept with her for 31 long years. Her name is Mary Harris, a slave of Overton Harris. See Stouffer for underwear. sept-29-Gni Mrs. II. M. Samuels of White sta tion has purchased an elegant farm of 10ti acres in Tennessee for the same to Gilmoney he sold his 02 acre-farbert Maton, and will move his family then- - in the near future m Yesterday, Mr. S. L. Hnguely sold for $100 and S125 two black jacks, 4 and 5 years old, to Messrs. "Wakefield, of Shelby. One of the jacks is a half brother of one sold 'in good times" for $1,000 by Mr. R. C. Boggs. Hats and caps latest styles and sept 29-lest prices at Stouirer's. low- Are you good at guessing? If so, try your skill in the great Missing Word Contest, advertised by the Atlanta Constitution on this page. The contest began on Monday and is worth from SYfi to ?2,000. Read it and try. The young people of Tates a hop given at Mr. Skiel Taylor's on Thursday night. Among the charming belles present were Misses Mattie Taylor, Addie Clark, Ollie Cosby. Lizzie Tudor and the Misses Holtnan. Creel-enjoye- d Don't buy your shoes until you see Freeman Bros.' line; prices, S2, $3 and 1. nov 17-l-m Every body should read the advertisement in this issue of the Cli-5ia- x. The Busy Bee Cash Store. They offer great bargains, and you cannot e'eal with more accommodating gen-- t omen. Give them a call, if only to inspect their large stock of goods. Millionaire Bill" is the way that they speak of Wm. D. Oldham over at Richmond. If you have never seen a millionaire go to the Busy Bee store in ML Sterling Court-da- y and see He will be there to assist his better looking brothers in handling the business. Mt. Sterling Mr-Oldhaat. J. W. Chaney, of Berer, county atrent for the Hurst Home Insurance Co., informs us that Mr Dan Harber, and J. E. Cosby, of Red House, will be appointed directors for the Hurst Home Insurance Company, so popular among the fanners, having cost them only 50 on the $100 during '07 for fire, lightling and wind insurance. Reuben S. Hill and family, a citizen of Madison county, has moved to De Kalb county, Mo. We congratulate the citizens of De Kalb county on the accession of euch a citizen. Mr. Hill was held In the highest esteem, and the regret among his neighbors was universal at bis departure from Madison, where he bad lived all his life. W. P. Prewitt Auctioneer reports sale, of Win. Todd 'well attended. Horses sold from $20 to $15. One yearling mare mule $70; 1 age mule, $40; farm, of 100 acres $53 cash ; corn, $1.50 per barrel. Finest Calendar Out. Sale of "Wm. Cottrell and Beattv The finest calendar so far received Garrett, on the 29th, was well attendis that of the Now Orleans Coffee Co.. ed. Corn brought $1.30 per barrel; of New Orleans, La., manufacturers horses at from $14 to $15; hogs $3 per of the popular brand, "Morning Joy hundred. Fanning impbiments and Roasted Coffee." household goods sold well. Don't buy a suit or hat for your boy Beauty, Utility and Value without seeing Stouffers. Are happily combined in Hood's Houses and Contents Destroyed. Coupon Calendar for 189S. On Monday morning at 3 o'clock the The lovely child's head in an embossframe dwellings of Sam Tevis and ed gold frame, surrounded by sprays Howard Smith, both colored, in the of flowers in mosaic, the harmonious Dillingham Addition, were burned to pad in blue with clear figures, and the the ground with their contents. Loss Coupons by means of which many valuable books and other articles may $700, no insurance. be obtained, make up the most desir-abl- o A Depot at The C S. Crossing Good Calendar we have ever seen. The News For Passengers. first coupon article is Hood's Practcal The R. N. I. fc B. is building a pas- Cook's Book, a handsome, useful volsenger depot at the C. S. crossing at ume of aX) pages. Ask your druggist Iwcholasvillp, a con- for Hood's Cupon Calendar, or 6end 0 venience, and one which will be thor- cents iu stamps for one to C. I.Hood oughly appreciated. & Co., Lowell, Mass. Clothing at prices never so low at New County Officials. Stouffers. pept The following county officers assumBoard of Education Organized. ed their duties on Monday: County Judge, Patrick Henry SulliOn Monday the Board of Education van. organized. R. L. Gentry elected chairSheriff, Hugh Colyer. man, and Z. T. Rice, secretary; Mr. J. Circuit Clerk, Stanton Hume R. Chenault was elected treasurer. The Board consists of Messrs. Gentry, Tharpe succeeds himself. County Clerk, John Faulkner Bice, Campbell, Coyle, Mitchell and Dr. White succeeds himself. Evans. J. Tevis Cobb succeeds himself as Examination for Certificate ot Graduation. County Attorney, Pursuant to Section 7 of the Common County Superintendent of schools, School Law, there will be held at the J. W. Wagers. County Superintendent's office, on Jailer, James Lackey. Thursday, January 27. 1S9S, an examiAssessor, C. C. Curry. nation for pupils of common schools for Surveyor, Capt. S. F. Rock. certificate of graduation or completion Coroner, Milward Brown succeeds of the common school curriculum. himself. J. W. Wagers, County Supt. Mrs, Willis Again Remembered. A new stock of buggies, etc. at Mrs. J. B. Willis prsented on ThursJohn Donelson's. day last with a large glass Mrs. Million a Private Citizen Once More. candelabra, handsomely trimmed with With the grace of a true woman, Mrs. prisms, mounted and trimmedinblue A. T. Million on Monday resumed her ribbon with a cord bearing this simplace as a plain civilian, having that ple inscription: From Richmond day surrendered her ofllce to the re- Lodge No. 25. The gift is beautiful cently elected Superintendent of token of the gratitude which the MaSchools, Prof. J. W. AVagers. Mrs. sonic fortunity have for her manageMillion's administration was singu- ment of the handsome banquet larly successful, and men of all parties given by the m a week a g o. When it comes to preporing and supunite in her praise. erintending a bouquet or a barbecue Double Wedding. sure to call on Mrs. Willis who knows Near Kirksville, on December 29. just how to go about such an underMiss Margaret Oldfield and Mr. Wm. taking so as to make it a superb A. Bogie; and Miss Alice Oldfield triumph. and Mr. Leslie Long were united in An Atlanta Enterprise of Great Merit. marriage, the ceremony being perIt affords us great pleasure to call esformed by Bev. W. R. Potter. This double wedding was the occasion of a pecial attention to the advertisement of bountiful supper and all the friends the "Mother's Friend," appearing in of the happy pairs were there at the this issue. The Bradfield Regulator Co. of Atfeast. Rest meat and sausage at W. J. lanta, Ga., have at great expense issued a most attractive and meritorious book, Shearer's meat shop, First street. which they mail free, containing infornov22-2mmation of the greatest value and imporThe Sue Bennett College. tance to all ladies expecting to become The Sue Bennett college began mothers. its third term Tues., Jan. 4th. The That the ''Mother's Friend" is a remof a large attendance and a edy wonderful in its effects, and relieves highly successful term are flattering. the expectant mother of incredible The Sue Bennett is soon going to be suffering and robs the final hour of conthe leading institution of the moun- finement of its dread, pain and terror, tains. Every one should show his is fully attested by the experience of interest by contributing something happy mothers all over this continent. to its upbuilding, says the London A perusai of the book will convince any lady, and the use of "Mother's Kcntuekian. Friend" cause her to become its enthusiA Valuable Old Marc With a Record. astic friend, blessing the hour when Mr. Robert Couchinnn, of "Whites first she heard of it and was induced to Station, is the owner of a mare which, use it. he informs us. is the mother of eleven Send vour name and address to The colts. He has sold them on an Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta. Ga., of about $200 each, and notwith- and receive in return, free, this excellent standing the old mare has survived book, "To Expectant Mothers." conthe hardships of twenty three winters, taining information of value to all lashe is as active now as a dies. and btill serves her master faithfully The Bank Taxes. on the farm. The county had a rule against the The Cash System The Best. banks of inchester to show cause During the past week the Climax on Monday last in the County Court has received a nice lot of new subscib-er- s why their capital stock, surplus fund and every order has been accomp- and undivided profits shall not be asanied by the cash. The Climax would sessed for taxation for county purmuch rather have $1.25 cash than $ 1.50 poses for the years When floating around in Kansas or the case was called the banks demurat the same time if parties red on the ground that as the Court known to be pecuniarily responsible of Appeals had on the first day of prefer to pay $150 within a June 1S95, decided that the banks reasonable length of time the paper were not subject to taxation for local will be sent them with this under- purposes, and as this opinion stood unstanding. til March 24. 1897, they cannot now bo taxed by the county for the foregoing Lawyers Are Scarce There. years, because they had compli e d Lake City, Florida, is a town of inhabitants, and there are only with the law as then construed by the three lawyers in the place. Mr. E K. highest court of the State. The quesS. Clinkenbeard thinks that it would tion was fully argued yesterday bebe a nice opening for a young lawyer, fore Judge Rodney Haggard by Judge and will probably go there and hang J. D. Mitchell and Judge W.M. Beck-ne- r in behalf of the county and Judge out his shingle. Mt. Sterling SentiJ. M. Benton on behalf of the banks. nel Democrat. the demurEvidently Lake City is misnamed. Judge Haggard City of Brotherly Love would do rer whereupon the banks asked until The better. Were there are no lawyers Friday morning to prepare and file their several responses. The amount there is no sin. of taxes involved is about ten thous-ah- d Walts and Frew Are Matched. dollars. Some verj interesting James Watts, the colored welter- questions of law will arise in the weight, and James Frew, both once course of thf litigation. residents of Richmond, who fought Deadly Parallel. one hot round at Louisville some Editors Climax: time ago, will box twelve rounds at On my recent visit to Alabama. I Louisville within a short time. The fell on a copy of the Tuscalaoosa Times date has not been definitely decided on, but it is probable that the bout in which I found a ''deadly parallel" will be pulled off Friday night, Jan- which I send you. Rev. L. O. Dawson, uary 7. Steve Crosby and an unknown of Georgetown, whom some of you remember, was the author. The city will box six rounds as a curtain-raiseof Tuscalaoosa is noted for its fashionThey meet at 137 pounds, while Frew and Watts will fight at 14S pounds. able society. Nothing has so stirred The Kentucky Athletic Club is respon- the town for years as this simple device. The newspapers have had to pubsible for the match. lish several communications and the Found After Twenty Years. excitement runs high. I wonder if The handsome broadcloth overcoat any body in Richmond can see tho with great cape reaching to the knees, point. W. C. which you've probably noticed Gov. KOSE BY ANY OTHER NAME." "A McCreary wearing lately, has a history. (1) While Governor of Kentucky nearly a Acom pany in bame company quarter of a century ago, Mr. McCreary back room, guard at with ladies. Elepaid $100 for an overcoat which was re- door to give warn- gant parlor. Pormoved to Richmond with his house- ing of approaching; ter at door anvisitors. Slouched nounces visitors. hold effects, at the expiration of his hats. Disheveled Silk hats. Hair term. This coat was hung away back hair. Coat collars parted in middle. in an upstairs and forgotten. turned up. Colored Evening dress of The Governor gave up all hope of ever shirts. Striped conventional breeches. Heavy black. Immacuseeing his coat again, until last week. boots. Pistols o n, late shirt fronts when rummaging through this unused table. Playing eag with diamond. Creased trousers. closet, a servant found the coat It was erly lor prize. ? J Patent We call It loath ex in perfect condition, save that the hook shoei Pistols in bad worn through the velvet collar. hip pocket. PlayMr. McCreary had a new collar put on ing vivaciously for prize. the coat and today tli ere is not a hand We call it ? Bomer garment of the kind in the State, sole relic, he says, of his occupthe If angels fear to Iread where fools ancy of the Governor's chair. rusk in they should use their wings. s2pt-29-Gm la Clock Which Runs Three Years Winding. much-neede- d 29-Gi- n In the elegant new dental parlors of Dr. V. H. Hobson, next door to the Government Building, is a clock which is well worth examination. It is rather a large time piece with a g pendulum, but with no unusual mechanism visible that would indicate its un- great value. However an electric motor and battery with power stored up sufficient to run the clock for three years, are secreted within thecase. Every three hours a slight w birring noise is audible, which indicates that the automatic winder is in operation, and thus the clock is kept constautly wound without the necessity of touching it until the battery is exhausted, which occurs only once in three years. To refill this battery costs only ten cents Thus a great deal of valuable time is saved in the courso of threeyears which is worth more than the value of the instrument. The time piece was lately the property of the Pendennis Club at Louisville and cost $70, but Dr. Hobson secured it at a bargain at auction. Suppose that we estimate the time oc copied in winding an ordinary clcck, to see how great a saving this electric automatic winder is. To wind both the striking and running weights occupy "from first to last" about three minutes. If it be an eight-da- y clock it will require 15G minutes for one year. 4GS minutes or nearly S hours for three years ! If it be k a it will require b hours, or nearly three days and nights! slow-movinday-cloc- 0vensboro.This would take nearly all of the "moonshine" cases away from Louisville and would greatly lessen that work in the local Federal courts. It would, however, still leave a great deal of business to be tranacted here. The railroads that enter Louisville, and operate their lines in different States, have the privilege of taking all of their damage suits in the United States District Court, and these alono in the last few years have taken up a great part of Judge Barr's time. Counterfeiting and the fraudulent use of tho United States mail are also important items. A bill has been prepared by Senator Deboe which will bo presented before the Senate when it reassembles, providing for the divis ion mentioned. Judge Barr, it is claimed, approves the division of the State owing to the constantly increasing judicial work. If the bill passes all of the appointees nowholdingpositionswillbo transferred to the Western district and a new set of oillcials will ho appointed for the Eastern district. It is said that the scramble has aheady bagun for the coveted places, and many tips are being glvenout as to who will get tehm." An intimation that Senator Lindsay may not approve the idea is contained in the following dispatch from F"rank-fort: j ITS - AL L - OVER - NOW! . j WHiflBMRwiJEC-- llllllllllBIM!,l1'',wMWMiiPWi,i hZr5$ . The fall trade and the holiday trade have come to a close, and having had the largest and most successful season during its business career, the iBusy Bee Cash Stores -- J Has decided to commence the greatest-- CLOSING OUT AND CLEARANCE 'EVER HELD IN THE CITY SALE Not a Single Item in this Great Store ha.1; escapeed the keen edge of our sharp knife. We did not stop at Overcoats, Clothing and Cloaks, but went down the line and applied the cold steel to each and every department in the house. The cost of goods in many departments entirely lost sight of. our object being to close out the entire line. Our Overcoats and Cloaks have been slaughtered unmercifully. They all go out at less than the former price, and many of them almost given away to clean them up Many of the very best things are still to be had in this line and those who have waited until now to buy will reap a rich harvest. n j it "Senator Lindsay, who is here, was evidently surprised this afternoon at the statement in a Louisville afternoon paper that he was concurring with Senator Deboe and others in their preparations to push through Congress a bill dividing Kentucky into two Federal districts. Ho said that he had no intimation that such a proposition would be made until he received a copy of the proposed bill in to day's mail. Ho is by no means committed to the passage of that or any other bill to create new offices, and is very doubtful whether the business requires another Kentucky dis- If you haven't bought your winter dress goods, dress trimmings or silks, come and get them. Don't think you haven't got the money, for just a little money goes a long way in this department. You can buy a grain sack full of shoes and boots for what a few pair formerley cost you. We are selling in this great cut price sale good heavy, winter shoes for ladies at 09c per pair. Good winter boots for men at $1.H per pair. Children's shoes almost put in to till up the sack. ii "TfeKlS- - J keen-edge- d trict." KICIIMOND IX THE KIOIIT! five-lig- ht ed at Elkin during the building of the K. C. road and who married the daughter of Wm. Arnold, of Madison county, and an left last week with a party of six civil engineers for a trip to make estimates on the construction of the Nicaragua canal. The engineers have been selected by the Nicaragus Canal Company, through the best known civil engineers and contractors of the United States. Capt. W. H. Dandridge, of the Mason-FoaCompaty, was selected, but was unable to go, and Mr. H. B. Hanger was selected by Capt. Dandridge. The engineers will make a detailed and comprehensive report on the cost of the great work. Winchester Democrat. We have copies of the New York Tribune and Advertiser showing the plans for the construction of this great canal, and one of engineers says: '"The of thecobt now fluctuate between rd Mr. Hanger Leaves For Nicaragua. Harry B. Hanger, who was station- Louisville Post is authority for the following statement somewhat different from the foregoing! There will be an Eastern district and a Western district. The dividing line, as it has been decided by these interested in the bill, will be from the mouth of the Kentucky river following that stream to High" Bridge, where the Southern railroad crosses, and will practically follow this line of road to the Tennessee line. F'ranklin county will be in the new or Eastern district, but Mercer, Anderson and Bovle counties will remain in the Western district. The measure also provides for holding court at Richmond as well as at Covington and Frankfort. In this way, it is clamed, a great deal will bo saved to the government in the way of fees, mileage, ect. Latku The The tariff on woolen goods does not effect the prices in this sale, as we have applied our knife to the carpet stock and if possible cut deeper than an- - other department. you need any carpets for your houses this spring buy them during this sale and save "25 If per cent. Nice bleached table damask. 23c per yard; good red table cloth, full width, fast colors, 17c per yard; good outing black cotcloth will be 6old at 4c per yard; full yard-wid- e ton, clear of dressing, only 4Jc per yara; Green Ticket Sea Island cotLonsdale, only 6c per yard; nice yard-wid- e ton, 4c per yard. Take advantage of this big sale and buy your calicos for comforts at our cut prices. We will offer during this sale one lot of about 400 pair ladies' oxfords at 09c per pair. There is not a slipper in this lot that is not worth from $1.25 up to $2.50. but sizes are all broken and the lot is composed of several different kinds. Tan, black, white and all colors and shapes. Look through this lot while iu the house, we want to close them out. ii What we have left in underwear will be sold at the following prices: Children's 10c vests at 5c; 15c vests at 10c; vests at 15c; ladies' 25c vests at 15c; 40c vests at 24c; 50c vests at 20c; men's 35c ribbed vests at 23c; men's 50c ribbeJ vests at 39c; men's 75c and $1 vests will be closed at one price, 49c; drawers to match all vests, same price as vests. c Men's suits and parts of suits will be sold in this sale at ridiculously low prices. Children's knee suits and youths and hoys' suits have also felt the effect of our cold steel. long-pa- lP-- v IT. TW!S'ra?Sj"' In this sale yon can get good men's hats at 39c; real fur bats for men, nbbby and stylish, at 09c. You can save from $1 to $4 on a trunk by taking advantage of this cut price sale. Even before going to print people are staring in amazement at the low prices we are naming on goods and as this sale will be thoroughly advertised, our house will he jammed with eager purshaMrs. So get in line and follow the crowd. Get your plate of the peaches and cream we are giving away before it is all gone. 41 T3 liest to take alter dinner; prevent distress, aid digestion, cure constipation. lurely vegetable; do net Kripe or cause pain. Sold by all drupplsts. Ji cents. Prepared only by C I. Hood A Co., Lowell, JIass. Hood's Pilfs Ill Olden Times well-inform- Thanking )rou before hand for your patronage of this sale and for your liberal past favors, we are very respectfully, IB WW o prot-pect- s av-eia- -- five-year-o- ld 1893-4-5-- Mon-tain- a; 0 over-rule- d r. cup-boa- rd J "My little brother had scrofula very badly, but after taking a few bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla ho was cured and no symptoms of the scrofula remain exdistricts. A fine flow of oil 'ras struck in Jasper It is said that the work was done by cept a few scars on his neck. It has county, Intl. Judge John W. Barr, of this city, at been three years since be was cured by When bilious From last Monday the request of tho Department of Jus- Hood's Sarsaparilla." Miss Alice Pek-n- candy cathartic, or costive, eat a Cascaret, night, amy place near Waco, 42 branded on cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. small bay mare with Argentum, Kentucky. Washington. The creation of a tice at left hip and scar on left hind foot. "Liberal may5 lyr reward will be paid for return of same. new district will mean the appointFRANK DICKERSON, At Linden, Ind., Oren Stingley iVaco, Ky. Hood' Pills act easily and proinptlv on ment of a new district Judge, District shot and killed his aged father. Attorney, a Marshal and all of the as- the liver and bowels. Cure sick head sistants that these various offices will ache. Tetter, and Kczcrna. require. This will give the RepubliThree negro boys found thirty The intense itching and smarting incican Administration considerable in a nest in Mt. Elkhorn' Valley. dent to these diseasesis instantly allayed serve out to the "faithful." by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Taken up a white c3w with blue neck and Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the Skin Ointment. Many very bad zases blue streak on back and long horns and looks A prominent Republican office holdfinest liver and bowel regulator ever have been permanently cured by it. It to be seven or eight years of age. Whun first er at the Custom-hous- e said yesterday made. seen wandering around about mayl ly ia equally efficient for itching piles and since, had a large bell on her bat four months It hai since that he thought the State would be remedy for sore nipples; been taken off by some one. Owner can have George E. King, author of a number a favorite cow by paying for feed and cost of tills addivided into two districts. Ho pointed chapped hands, cluTblains, frost bites JAMES MOORE, out the fact that Tennessee, Indiana of religious works, diedatSan Francisco. and chronic sore ey ss. 25 cts. per box. vertisement. Kingstor, Ky. and Ohio have two districts, while Man may dress as well as his own Dr. Cady's Condition are Kentucky, which has double the busi- good judgment and the assistance of an just what a horse needs Powders, bad when in ness of either of the States mention artistic tailor may elect. Ho may take condition. Tonic, blood purifier and They are not food but ed, has only one district. This official his ' tubs" but if his digestive organs vermifuge. said that the saving in railroad fares are out of order, ho will have an un- medicine and the best in use to put a in prime paid to witnesses in two sessions of wholesome appearance, His complexion horse per package.condition. Price 25 cents court .would pay tho salaries of the and the white ot his eyes will have a easily If so. it can McHenry has gone dry by a vote of 51 my half interest be the made by inverting in of extra men that would have to be em- yellowish cast. His tongue will be coatployed by the Government iu the new ed, appetite poor, his teeth rusty, his to 27. district. Judge Barr, he said was one breath abominable. He is one big, un- Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Life Away. of the hardest worked men in the mistakable sign of constipation. The It you want to quit tobacco using easily be United States service, and thatit was quickest, surest, easiest way to cure and forever,life wad o wcll,struuff, mugnetic, aud vigor, talco full of new marvelous how he kept up. men tuat makes tho this trouble is to take Dr. Pierce's Pleas- strong. Many gain 6sn pounds inweakdays. ten Ho also said that the work in tho lo- ant Pellets. They are made of refined, Over 100,000 cured. Buy of your cal Marshal's office was nearly double concentrated vegetable extrar-tdrusgist, under guarantee to euro, 60c or Noth$1.00. Booklet and simplo mailed free. Ad. that which is done in any of the simi- ing in the least hirmful enters into Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or Now York. Situated at tho foot of Laurel Street, zear the lar offices in tho country, on account their composition. They hunt down all R. N. I. & B. Depot. This plant, which has an e Gov. Bradley has completed his already established business in Madi-oand of the vast number of "moonshine" impurities, and "make them move' on." adjoining counties, is for sale for th" simple and has sent it'to the printers. cases that are tried in Kentucky. reason that my time is required in thejjffice ot "They are the product of many years' County Clerk This factory is not wily conStraj' Mule. It is said that tho headquarters of study and practice. Dr. Pierce cannot ceded to be the best equipped in Kenttj !:, bat has been proven by examination. Tea tobacco tho Eastern district will be at Frank- afford to put forth a worthless article. About-month ago rfdark bay mare manufactured by this Company has'gltpn perfort, and. that court will also be hold Address with 21 cents in mule came to "nly placo and since fect satisfaction in every respect and.thede- Q. -at Covington and Winchester,, and stamps, to cover cost of mailling only. that.titne has been taken caro of by rnce ana ... maae to sua. tae. uss,,as. For terms that the headquarters "of tho Western World's Dispensary Medical Associa me. Owner will call, paycharges and further particulars call on or KstKcSSj i district will be at Louisville, and that tion, Buffalo, IT. Y., and getafree copy set same. I Chas. Sopeb, JOHMF.WHItfE, cJ'urt will be hebl at Paducah and of the "Medical i .Richmoad, Ky; decli-lm- p Adver." w ure and its consideration was referred until when Gov. McCreary's last term expired all hope of the court being located here was abandoned. The subdivision of the State into Federal Districts now seems probable, but the only satisfaction which Richmond people will derive is that Governor McCreary's contention that the court was a necessity is sustained uy the Hon. John W. Barr, Senator De Boes and others high up in the councile of the Nction. Should the scheme finally at this session of Congress succeed and the court is not established in Richmond, we shall have another bit of evidence of the loss to our city and to this district by the absence of Gov. McCreary from Congress where his influence was afwvtys so potent. It is the general opionion among the United States official at the that before Congress adjourns Kentucky will be divided into two Frederal districts, says the of Thursday. For some time past it has been understood that this would certainly be done. It is said that the plans are fully matured even to the drawing of tho line that will separate the Eastern and Western so Those Who Endure CUBANOIL cures I (UIIIV3 ,? Cut-- , Burns, Bruie, Ilheu-matisreOnly seventy-on- e persons were buried The pain of rheumatism should be and Sores. Price, 25 cents. in Georgetown Cemetery this year. minded that a cure for this disease may And Richmond Is Not In It Yet ! Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. found in Hood's Sarsaparilla. The ex- O. White. On or about December 27th. 1S9T, 1 dark bay A (lood Memory During his last three terms in Conmare came to my place. left hind foot white, perience of those who have taken Hood's An aged woman was burned to death little lame, from 8 to 12 years old, any one gress, Hon. Jas. B. McCreary strongly often saves money and also good health. Sarsaparillo for rheumatism, and have proven same and paying cost can get same at T. S. Bumam's farm near Paint Lick, Ky advocated the subdivision of the If you are troubled with constipation, been completely and permanently'cured, at Bordentown, X. I. jan5-4WILLIAM WILCOX. State into two Federal Districts. To indigestion or any form of stomach prove the power of this medicine to rout Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys and or that end he set to work and procured trouble remember to take home a bot- and conquer this disease. Hood's Sar- bowels. Never sicken, weakenmavl-l- gripe. y an appropriation for a handsome and tle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and saparilla i3 the One True Blood Purifier 10c. A West Virginia man killed hissister-in-lacommodious structure to be erected health will be restored to you. Trial and it neutralizes the acid which causes by striking her with his fist. in this city where tho new district sizes 10c (10 doses 10c) large size 50c the aches and pains cf rheumatism. This court, should he ever succeed in get- and $1.00 of B. L. Middleton, Richmond is it why absolutely cures when linijan-ting it here, might hold its sessions. Ky. lm ments and other outward applications Then other cities, particularly LouisThe mvsterious strangers still dig for fail to give permanent relief. Bo sure to ville and Covington, fought the meas- the buried treasure in Nelson county. lm get.lieod's. 5-- and $137,000,000. Xo one will bid with that wide range. The things to bo taken into consideration are the climate, cost of labor, topography, soil and facilities for transportation This work will involve a more extensive use of machinery than any that has ever before been undertaken. I think that the canal can be built upon a fair basis and made a paying venture. We will have all the heli necessary in our investigation from the Government Commission which is now on the $07,000,000 The State Educational Association did not touch the text book trust. People overlooked the importance ot permanently beneficial effects and were satisfied with transient action; but now that it is generally known that Syrup of Figs will permanently overcome habitual constipation, people will not buy other laxatives, which act for a time, but finally injure the system. Buy the genuine, made by the California Fig Syrup Co. jan 1 in D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. r ifi ground." Planters m Estray Notice w For Sale ! Forty-thre- e acres of land, 12 acres of s which is river bottom land, ttitli pood dwelling ami staWtr thrown in. One iuarter mile from Shearer's water tank, on Otter Creek. For further particulars call on or addre tirst-cla-he-us- 'A w Central J. 15. septl5-3m- o GRIMES. Ford. Ky. I o rJTJirarunjiru-Trut'T- 5 PUBLIC SALE! As agent for Wm. Baxter, I will on University. c " Tirtruvp -- ?tz !", The Shakers of Mount Lebanon, a community of simple, honest, men and women, have prepared the Shaker Digestive Cordial for many years, and it is always the same, simple, honest, curative medicine that has helped to make the Shadkers the healthy, people tiiat they are. The Shackers nevei have indigestion. This is partly owing to their simple mode of life, partly to the wonderful properties of Shaker Digestive Cordial. Indigestion is caused by the stomach glands not supplying enoiiEh digestive juice. Shaker Digesttve Cordial supplies what's wanting. Shaker Digestive Cordial invigorates the stomach and all its glands so that after awhile they don't need help. As evidence of the honestly of Shakers Digestive Cordial, the formula is printed on every bottle. Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to $1.00 per botGod-fearin- g The Farmers' and Traders' State Bank at Oskaloosa, la., clcsed its doors. long-live- d Coughs, colds, pneumonia and fevers 12, may be prevented by keeping the blood pure and the system toned up with Sell to the highest bidder, his farm of Fifty (50) This Hood's Sarsaparilla. It Acres,islying one mils south of Kirksville. .1 high good rich fertile land, and in farm state of cultivation, with but little waste land, Ben Morau was killed by falling from in a good neighborhood, close to four churches, good schools, and in two miles of Silver Creek a buggy near Mays, ille. and Paint Lick Depots, and is well watered by pond and springs, with very good tenant house, Tried and True. of 4 rooms and some fruit. This farm is rented for the year 1898, and possession can not be Thousands have tried Dr. Caldwell's given until January 1, 1899. TERMS Will sell Syrup Pepsin for constipation, indi- five or six payments, in one. two. three, four, one thousand dollars to be paid January 1, 1899, when full possession gestion and sick headache and have will be given, and the remainder divided in found it true to the claim made for it, five equal payments with six per cent, interest paid, from January 1, 1899, remedy now be- the deferred payments,until be paidinterest on viz: that it is the annually, to of the purchaser to give notes with good surety fore the good people for the relief and a lien retained, this gives the purchaser a stomach troubles. Trial sizes 10c, large chance to make the money on the farm if he $1,000 to pay in advance. sizes 50 and $1.00 of B. L. Middleton has jan-5-lW. P. PREWITT, Agent. Richmond, Ky. Saturday, Feb. '98, ofo THE SECOND TERM OF Central University will open US IT FOR. tt ii Monday, January 3d, 1898. Tuition for the Second and Third Terms ending June 9th, in College proper $30 : to the Preparatory Department $25. L. H. BLAN70N, Chancellor. tled-2w Fruits, Nuts and Toys, he is offering great Bargains. Candies, BdacaU FOR A bt Situation. .flSaE i"""w Business, PHONOGRAPHY, CJ Type-Writi- A. D. Smith. sept-3m 3 uv-- ym Telegraphy thru anjTTTUinjTLriujijiruiruiru tle. It woman was chopped to pieces by her husband at Kanias City. A jan5-6- n Courier-Jo- urnal, 'Twas a white Christmas, so there'll be no feast for the morticians in IS'JS. Scars on Mis Neck. Everybody Says So. Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonderful medical discovery of tlic age. p cas-aAll persons having claims against Matildy and refreshinp to the taste, act pcntly Haley, dee'd., will present them properly ven. and positively on khlieys. liver and bowels, tied at my office in lierea, on or before J inuary cleansing the entire, systrro, dispel colds, ISM, or same will be barred. B. H. 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At Walter Azbeix's harness, cheaper All kinds of hand-mad- e than can be boaght any where in Richmond. Give lib a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction feb21-t- f guaranted Geo. White. Livebv Stablk. The Sp eera v i w nor, The Finest Rigs, The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- tention, The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Your "Cousin," P. B. BROADDUS. Hunlej's Old Stand. No. 2a. UKll. Y. KIIjEY 3-3- 01 Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends Vriut's Ct'Ierv Capsules. Slielbvville, Kv., May 26, '00. To Wright Medical Co., Col., 0 : Gents I have iiurchased a box f Wrieht's Celery Capsules from G. N. Middelton. druirsist. and used tliem iut Sonr Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti pation and found that thev cave me immediate relief everv time. 1 think it an excellent remed . Yours very trulv, 9 Geo. W. Rile . JX Arrroiw IHteame FaiUnc M a: orjImiotencj, MeifiMnet6 etc , cau-by Alius or other License and In li. TJiry quickly Mttrrlj, cretion restore Lost italitj in old or joutnz uul fit ti, mail for iudy, babine or mumw liev.nt IpjinitT nnd nnn.nniiiiion if m taka andtim Their I - wheroimmediate unprov nw-effects a all other fail In i." it ujo baring fh pfnnme Ajar Tablets Tht ' liaro cared tbounan 'Hnd will care yon Wecivo a written jnjarKntee toefect a care Cf pTC i" each cose or refund the mony Price w W "i packrc or feiz r'"- - m! ireatmnt for 2. b xnu I, in i lain wru r jjm rnc"ipt of price (irco!ii ME A MAN MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY l I'l AJAX I att u- tree AJAX REA1EDY CO., R Ed For bt Hagun wzl" tlU 1 & 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE SI rtr A ! nk1 J Anronp sr-- -g o fLpi and drrnpri m may r oirrmri free whether an qnlrk'T ns i r i y n lnven: i t ( r - 'a "? patents! Jo adertiaL Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest aceney for perunnj? patents. I'atent taken tfcmucb Munn &. lu. receive rpceial notice, wnhtmi charce. in the Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. Scientific Emericatt. A handsomely illn.trated weeklr. lArcct of any snentinr Journal Ter.ns. (3 a year: four months ?L Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Co.3618-1- "'New York Branch Oace, C5 F St, Washington, U. C 28-- 27 L. & N. and JEL R. K. G. DIVISION. In Effect Nov. 7, 1S9C. rpress for Cincinnati,' ARV lv. a. M. Paris, Mavsville, Win-- 1 r. m. iche-5te- jmail. iCincinnati, Paris, Mays- ester i. m. vhIh, Wini'hmail. and, 2.00 I G.20 Lexington 7.20 For twenty years, Jean Vipnol had written stories for the "Literary Pajje" of the popular journals, Btories whoso plots consisted as a matter-o- f course, ol Both the method and results when assassinations, and of babies exchanged Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant for one another in their cradles. He and refreshing to the taste, and acta was really not worse than his rivals in gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, this specialty. If you should ever sufLiver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- fer from a dangerous illness from which tem effectually, dispels colds, head- may Clod deliver you and if you should aches and fevers and cures habitual not know how to fill the weary hours of constipation. Syrup of Pigs is the it long convalescence, read the "Mysonly remedy of its kind ever pro- teries of Meuiluioiitant," which has not duced, pleasing to the taste and ac- less than twenty-fivthousand lines. ceptable to the stomach, prompt in You will find tlieie all the iibu.il ingre- its action and truly beneficial in its l dients of such a literary cuisine. effects, prepared only from the most The opening page is especially strikhealthy and agreeable substances, its ing, when that villain, the Duke de many excellent qualities commend it Vieux Donjon, upon leaving the Opera, to all and have made it the most descends into a receiving sewer where popular remedy known. lie meets a convict at whose e&cape he Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 has connived, and who should iu return cent bottles by aU leading drag-gist- for this favor, deliver to him the papers Any reliable druggist who capable of destroying the beautiful may not have it on hand will pro- Marquise dc Deux Poivieres, who, havcure it promptly for any one who ing been changed iu infancy, is not the Do not accept any daughter of a Spanish Grandee as is wishes to try substitute. supposed by all the faubourg St. GerCALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. main, but is the child of a workman of SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. the rue Popincourt, formerly condemnNEW YORK, H.t. MUISVILIE. Kt. ed to death by a judicial eiror, and guiljan5-- l lotined aecordinglv, instead of the conthink vict to whom the duke has ctveu this some EiciDie Wanted-- An Idea Who canpatent? subterranean and extremely uncomfortthing to Protect your ldea. they may tiring you wealth. able interview. Write JOHN WEDDEBBURN 4 CO, Patent Washington, D C for their $t.aw prize oCer "You fiom this simple example uu ust 01 iwo uunorea utrenuons waniea. that Jean Yignol knew his business perfectly. Nevertheless the poor man succeeded badly; had much dilliculty in disposing of his "copy" and lived with the strictest economy. The reason was this. In the first place he had no luck, and then being timid and modest, he did not know how to elbow his way right and left . after the American fashion. It should be said that Jean Yignol Insure your homes and bad not made his debut into literature as a lie preserved business sacredly in the bottom ol a drawer, but without the hope of eer publishing them, two youthful efforts, at time when he still had I represent two of the most composedhair, a and the ambition of a all his reliable Insurance Companies great was necessary to live very in the United States and re- high art It up, and Jean Yignol bad at spectfully ask for a share of Bellville a little lodging on the fifth your patronage. lloor where be lived with his mother, bent with rheumatism and groaning S. F. ROCK, from morning till night. To make a 26', Sec. Street. 'Up fetairs). little money, oh! so little the poet be came a popular romancer, ery much as an unsuccessful artist becomes a photog rapber. OF Patient and resigned, he accepted his fate and did bis best, but as we hive National Importance said, without great success. This was, after all, not unjust, for he lacked conviction, sincerity, and did not take seriously enough his Marquises who had guillotined cabinet makers for fathers, and his Dukes who promenaded CONTAINS BOTH. in the sewers wearing fur ovei coats and white cravats. Daily, by mail, - - - 6oye.ar The editor of "Le Petit Proletaire," Da ily & Sun" y , by mail, $S a y ear where Jean Yignol published his sleepy little stories, said to him bluntly: "Mv dear sir, one feels that you do not believe in them" and paid him iwo sous a line. K the greatest Sunday NewsThe poor fellow, knowing that he was paper in the world. superior to his wretched work, heaved a Dut what then? It was By mail, S2 a j ear. sigh at this. Price 5c. a copj . his destiny, and to make his meagre pot Address THE SUN, New York. boil, he exhausted himself in inventing C? H fAcnEand Rheumatism relieved adventures more and more extravagant liby Dr. Miles' Nervo Plasters. 'Jnce for instance, he would not have been able to pay his rent which was in THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. arrears, and would without doubt have had bis tilings seized, had he not Long Troubles and Consumpton Can be been able to secure an advance from Cured. the editor of the ' Petit Proletaire," who had been entrapped by the the title of An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist a storv of which the following; is the Makes a Free Offer to Our Headers. substance of the first installment. "A member of the orchestra at the theatre, The distinRUished New York chemist, T. A. who is also the natural son of an Eng Slocuni, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute curefor Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis)Sand all bronchial, lish peer, returns to bis room after the throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn performance to find a skeleton in the couchs. catarrhal affections, ceneral decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions case of his bass viol" "To be continued OI wasting awav, will send THHEE FREE in our next." BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax While his mother lived, Jean Yignol, writing for them. ONB J2StJOY e s. it Attor-sey- DI ! Jil ifiUL property against penny-a-line- r. Fire $ Tornado. Je2-l- y News and Opinions times menaced in the course of the story by the direst outrage, never, I say, bad the marionettes of his melo dramatic worKsnop seemed to mm so odious. The unhappy man positively loathed bis work. "What a bore!" said he to himself on Christmas Eve, as he slowly mounted the steps, for he was becoming somewhat asthmatic "What a bore! Now they find at the office, that my last machine, "Jfaras it Company," is not bloodthirsty enough. I have got to resurrect lionfTtt .Toujours, my convict whom I made throw himself off the Eiffel Tower last week and furnish him with more victims. 'And even after obliging them with that, you will see that they will still refuse to give me twenty-fiv- e centimes a line. What a dog's life!" Entering the room be experienced several annoyances. After a melancholy glance at his pipe rack, which looked like the harem of a sultan who lias renounced such follies, Jean Yignol perceived that his coke fire, which ho had covered up before going out, was entirely extinguished. To light it, be must soil bis hands. The maid had trimmed his lamp badly that morning. He would have to change the wick himself. Then he saw that there were only two matches in the box. "Thunder and lightning," said he, uttering his favorite oath. "It Mould be hard luck if my lamp and my fire should go out again, for I have got to spend the night iu bringing that convict to life. A beautiful awakening that will be, between ourselves! And five pairs of stairs to descend and come up again for some matches But no ! I will borrow from my neighbor." This neighbor was Mother Mathieu, a poor old woman, whose daughter, abandoned by her husband, bad died in childbirth the preceding July. The little one was now five months old, and the grandmother, who was a seamstress, was raising it on the bottle. There was misery enough in this place. The romancer, who was a good fellow, had sometimes gone in and had left his hundred sous piece, tho' he had not too many for himself. Hap, rap ''Good evening. Mother Mathieu. Will you give me some matches?" Hut he paused, embarrassed, upon the threshold. By the light of a poor candle end, the old woman, bent with age, was making her sole mattress into a bundle. Near the wretched bed of , cedar where there was now only a the child lay sleeping in a willow ! straw-pallet- erie. The poet be had dreamed of being when ho was young, was not all dead within him. Ho remembers that to! morrow will be Christmas, and before this poor cradle he thinks of the Child who slept upou the golden Btraw in the stableat Bethlehem. ThatChild had come into the world to bid men love onean-otheand although tho churches where they preach this doctrine, have been standing for two thousand years, evil l For all diseases peculiar to women and girls, W It Tones up the Nerves, Improves the An- and wretchedness exist everywhere. petite. Enriches the Blood, and give.! Life. U vt Health and Strength. w It Is the The child, materially and morally by a abandoned, the child dedicated HAKE3 THE COMPLEXION CLSAB sort of social fatalityto evil and crime! " Monthly" Regulating TOPE I A bottle of each botUe. For sale by 0 This is the romance he ought to write, W 5" II Pills with j all dealers orsent direct upon receipt of F1 by w and let flow there all the love, all the JjJ New Spencer Med. Co., Chartanocga, Tenn. tenderness, all the indiguation of his LADIES' SPECIAL heart. This is the romance that Jean K cases requiring specialTREATMENT: i. JJ treatment. adJiess. Yignol ought to write. But what is he 3) giving symptoms. Ladles' ricdical De- - y JK partment. Advice anJ book on Female thinking of? Jean Viguol had no talK Diseases, with testimonials, free yj ent, has never had he knows it well, C: DRUGGISTS. .:3c. 50c. For Sale and Rscoamendid bj and the tears stifle him in that moment; he weeps at once for the misery of the Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. decS-lQ White. child, and for his own helplessness. septs-tThe door opens. It is Mother mmammmmmmmmKamBlmMwmwmmanmKmnmmmamwKmmmwmmmmmMmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmm'mwmm Mathien who returns breathless. Oh, how tired and feeble she is! And what 9 o V rj S7 A V. 'J rj rj '. 1.! i ,T Tii .T I TtM.T T.i .,T I Tit ,1 1 T, a sorrowful face with its thousand wrinkles beneath Its woolen veil. So..';; So much the worse! The good man QOo... gives way to tho wish which has arisen BO. OOo... in bib breast. "Listen, Mother Mathieu, I have been . thinking whilst you were gone. When my mother lived, I made enough for A :::: two. Well now, I will take you to live with me if you like it You will see to AND BEAUTIFUL, the housekeeping and I will help you to bring up the little one." The poor woman utterered a cry, fell Will biry one of OUR FAMOUS into a chair and buried her face in her SUITS that are well made and 1 hands; and as the child awakening with will do 3tou as much good as one a start, began to wail, Jean Yignol took of man' more dollars. him from the cradle, looked at him fondly, and pressed upon his soft and Will buy one of our FAMOUS tender cheek, a kiss already paternal. MELTON ULSTERS or one of BEAVER OVERBut this is not all. Do you know that COATS that are well worth dollars more than we ask. this generous conduct of Jean Yignol has been very advantageous to himself? He continues it is true, to serve the Buys one of our CELEBRATED same sort of trash to his special public. SUITS or one of our CELEBRA- K &&) Nevertheless, theie is in his last TED ULSTERS that you hear so fit i A1 And man New Trimmings, Pleatd Chnt-story. "The Orphan of Bellville," a much talk about. something I know not what that 8 $&1 Velvets, Braids, v.c. was never in the others, which has made the shop girls sob. If you want to spend as much, we The subscription list of "The Little will show 3ou a SUIT or an Proletaire" has increased, and the writer OVERCOAT that will astound has henceforth four cents a line. The work has even been reproduced YOU. in several provincial journals; and the other day, as Jean Yignol jostled elbows , of the "Society of Men of with Letters," he had the sole joy of his literary life. The most illustrious, the first romanL..w Pric- - Makers. I l&gfj cer of the age, touched him upon the irj (C t shoulder as they stood in front of the Leaders in LadUs" Furni-.'.- . r, io-o- i m o a m tmi ipiammf J Female I VV PLEASE jgjlj m Regulator I vl S lQUEEN0FT0NIC5 V) ! tt J kGANDY GATHARTIO W.r- 'd ll y VrgS? yr cjo& 1 ; alffOtt(li)toottlt0ltll( i 1 ! ft'Vi V if A. V Jv V I Everybody Knows 11 ''"''I 1 Those New Wraps fcg rl are both stylish i k 11 m M PS I pf lUu !i i Nobby gmjress mloods - wicket. "Say then, Monsieur Yignol, I have read two or three of your stories of late, audi find in them something very good, yery sincere, very touching, upon children." The poor man blushed to the ears. "Many thanks, my dear Master," he You will want your son a Suit or an Overcoat, you can't afford to miss looking at ours. We can fit a bov from 3 years old up to any age. ISgibson, . IWHITE& TheSun ALONE The Sunday Sun cradle. -- "Well, Mother, what is it you are doing?" "You see, Monsieur Yignol," replied the old woman sadly; "I am going to take this to the pawn broker's, and I must be in a hurry for the shop closes at eight. It is very good wool and he will give me about ten francs lor it" "What! Your only mattress ?" "I must Yod see, my sister, who is a widow like myself, the one who kept house at Lilas, has been taken sick and they will not take her at the hospital because she has a chronic disease. Well then, I must help her a little. She has been so good to me. I shall only sleep on 6travv for some davs. It will not kill me and I hope to redeem the mattress. What troubles me though, is the little ! replied, stammering with pleasure. "But it is because you bee now w hen I write about children, I sketch from na- ture." Our Suits at $1.00, $1.50,, &Our Overcoats at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 for children. j $2.00, $2.50, $3.50, $5.00 are world beaters. Our Suits for boys or Boots and Shoes that we $4.50, young men at 5.00, t ) sell for $1.25, $1.50, $2, $2.25, $2.50 are such 6.00. goods that you have been paying more money for. s. - Autumn Leaves Bt W Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Bheum Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Perry & Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. G. White. dec!5-ly - & U , aic It is ar li Give Us A f 1! g ii M rdHiiiteMIl now time to discard that old pan liiniliv. ,W Miri.Y 11 kjJj i 5 . ! v LOOK v 'VTBii, wrTi'-...'- ,.UV.H i.r. TI"'. V 1IK YVS,L 5s7;-Si5ri J-- f y In Large Variety, 5 Ti ' 1 gi 3' P. ' ri rt LI . i VEiv -- ILUMMlUllKgll i..--. OMOC ( a. i 1 O i i i ii i A HUSBAND WANTED ! After the Voman's Edition was pointed, says the Jessamine Journal, by ac-TTX' 57.' IV 7Jm Pi Ti'V.Xr ?t ZtX 7 V 1 You are probably trying to makeup your nr where to buy your next pair. y Ttu j-- u . one. ; 1.00 1.05 Hco. l'inerille. 12 53 Fa-.- , line for Livinpston,1 A- - M. 11.43 L ndon.Jenico.lvnoxville! 319 a. si. F.it line for Cincinnati,! P. M. 3.19 I'arid. Winchester. 11.43 p.m. it inland Lancaster and A. M 1.15 7:5-- vinton, Ixndon, Jel-- ! tmfoni. 10:10 Rowland, ttauftird. and For f Telephone 78. 7:Co particulars call on or address, KLPERHOOD. ABt. SOUTHERN RfllLWftY. us-- itKNTurKv i His "New Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patientlv experimenting for years, has produced results as bemficial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius. "His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is proten by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," filed in his Ame-ica-n and European laboratories in thousaua 'rom those cured in all parts of the world. Medical exper concede that bronchial, chest and lung trci lies lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and certain death. Simplv 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 Jlj'7-l- y in the Richuo.vd Climax a model of filial devotion, had been happy enough. But during the two years which had elapsed since her death, with no relatives, few friends, and of strong domestic habits, he had been very lonely shut in, in bis tall lodging at Bellville. He was at this time a little man of n rather fat, with a huge black beard, a Socratic nose, eyes of a good dog, and a little tuft of hair like that of St. Peter, on a head slick as butter. Having poor health and a second-clas- s stomach, he bad even to lencunce the forty-seve- It will take me at least an hour to go to the 6bop and to my sister's, and what shall I do with him? Ordinarily I would leave him with the portress, who is a good woman, but you see it is Christmas Eve and they are having a family reunion and will have songs and dances after dinner." Long live the poor Jean Yignol felt his eyes fill with tears. "None of that, Mother Mathieu. Let your bed alone. I have still fifteen francs; here are ten of them. Autl go quickly to your sister's. As for that brat, take him into my room. He sleeps soundly, and will not keep me from working, and if he does begin to make music it is easy to rock and feed him." It is the old woman who is happy ! tual count, one and half barrels of "copy," among which was the following written by a Itichinond lady: "Indeed, I would like to have a husband, Not particular as to the color of his hair, Just so he's kind And mind when I say 'go,' or 'stay there., "This will be my only chance now, In this edition the ladies are getting out. So in the name of all that's mighty, For heaven's sake, help me out." A HOT ONE ON ' " i r&1C 9 9 vJa jfrny sa Hi J, ii ' ft ,i 1 "j A w a 3Js k w Bj & Hi : t .!.:.. wu in luie tu ;usHuigyou to can and examine the most complete line of FALL . WINTER SHOES ever before shown in Riehn,..i, ,-- no 1,.1, iijii. .. u it i 1 i ?Z-- U N - $k -- sz! 3?P m E TEXAS. L very thing that is worn by men or boys. . 14 t II l US JL .- -- S fi s Jl &&VB &&& C& ! S m Phone, No. 21. ros First St Read our advert Kt- ments. ONE OF TWO WAYS. II 1 II tes:rsj-s-s":s-- :s H Washington Star. now . consolations of tobacco Never had the personages of his romances, assassins in yellow gauntlets; Kcllfil TASTiimi'tn. I.v IiiUkIIc . Ar SImIIiv villi- Ar Ar In .tTKt Dm. S. 180 I No. H 1 ?Jo 5. 4 Xj um " i:pm .. . . . . lt 'Tfura Usm .. lOUfcun 11121am Ill.Vuinii jCo fk iCipm The Leading Specialists of America . Ar l.v Arljrt'mi-tAr Ar Ar IicUiii MiiitliiilH.-- . ... IuiUtillr C'iiafi . 5 40pm 0117pm CSilpiii SSOpm &52pm 10 iipm ? iiUpm 10 35pm Na- T.Xiam 4 20pm 4.40am RUhiin 4 4iipm h.2Talii 5.1Upm 5.2 i am v Ifum KKlpm Guam la.Vkim 7.30pm ?S7am '' 20 Mm JW MRS IN OHIO. YEARS virtuous working girls put to shame and heartlessly abandoned by vile aristocrats; courageous joung engineers graduating at L'Ecole Centrale, masters of their own fates, receiving at the end of the third volume, the red ribbon and the hand of the young person, ten Love'3 vountr dream is one that dream is 250,000 Thousands Cured. WECURESTRCTJRE of vonnir and iniililla.sec-i- l men arc troubled wilhlliis disease many unconsciouf ly. xncy may ua o a smart- ins sensation, Fiuzll, twisting- stream, sham cutlinir nainact chargc, difficulty in commencing, weak organs, cmi?sion?nnd all tho symptoms of nervous debility they havo STRICTURE. Don't lot doctor experiment on j on, by cutting. tUrctcbing, or tearing you. '! his will not cure you. as it will return. Our NEW METHOD TREATMENT absorbs the ttricturo tissue; hence remoi cs the stricture permanent ly. It can net cr return. No min. no snffpr. ingj no detention from business by onr method. Thosexualorgansarestrength- cnetl. Tho nerves nro invigorated, and the bliss of manhood returns. tiinos.t-Iirht.lt- T" S?J!C-JmmM(4Mm- vPk. w I ' fills the heart ' w ith intensest iov. Sometimes the happy Fre- Trains Nns t.STIK)IIM No ll'N'n. 1! I i, 5 and 0 carry Free Otiorva-t- n WESTBOUND. realizedr ftifr 511 7 25n . 4H.JMO 5.ftipm R20am MlUktin Ar Iirni-lircA- r Itiaiam Ar HurodsbAr 4 10pm 7.S0ara 7 Mhii II aum Ar lluruin . Lv, 4.U8pm( 7 20am I.v stations l.imi-- Sa Ar 12. No." it JwjH 7.3Upm KLAOam quently, it is not. In many cases loving young couples fall short of true married happiness because of tie th KArmUMI No. IS. 'tNo-J; WESTBOUND. f.v Tuisitl 4iiiMi 7 f4Mmt 9 ll.im Ar Shclbril t.VpHt'lllInm Ar Verslles 7 l!tHMll Mam Ar Midway 7 4jhi i2.lfipm Ar Ocorctn stations. Xo.JC tNo. ny 7.30pm a.Mam 5.53pm 7.53pm 4 15pm 7.35am! 7.05ami 3.00pm Ar Ar. Art Ar Lvj P tf .... Ar Macea Ar JarkMiartllc Lr CUaUail-Ka"min-ha- m . WESTBOUND. KATIUIUMI No. I. I No . STATIONS. ItNo. C tNo. 2; 7 4V.HH 4 itipm I.v LouKvil Ar! lasoam' 7.3ipm Iii2iu" Uiimi L,v VonUrs Ar 7Aum: 4.40pm lliriiH 7XpmiArNichlvill Ar CS8am, 2.23pm h atiim'Ar mchmna l.v 6.05am I 125pm lUT.pno . . . . iAr Irvine Lvt yTATIH.NS. No. L I Sa 3. j 7.45am 7.45pm Lv 1055am iaS5pm Ar Iexinsl.m Ar Knoiwllr.... lopm, 7.45am 1.2Jam 1.15pm Ar AOMnulc . 5.Utam Ar Samnnah... 9.10am Ar Japlsoavillc 5.55pm 8.uuam Ar l"haiUH)(Heii . .... . ia40pm 1.10pm Ar Atlanta 8.45am i.ioam Ar Hi ... ... . Ar Mmilun Ar New Orleans.. Clopm 8.15am iaft"pm i2V)pm 2.3 um 9.50pm R30am 8.30am Thousands of young and iuiJJIagcd men aro liaing their sexual igor and vitality continually sapped Ly this disease. They nro frequently unconscious of tho cauto of thcAO symptoms. Ocneral Weakness, Unnatural Discharges, Tailing Manhood. Nervousness, Poor Memory, lrritabilityat time Smarting Sensation, Sunken Eyes, with dark circles. Weak Back. Uencral Depression. Lack of Ambition, Varicocele. Shrunken Parts, etc. ULEET and STRICTURE may bo tho cauc Don't consult family doctors, as they hao no experience in these special diseases don't allow Quacks to experiment on you. Consult hf iccialists. who havo made a life study of Diseases of Men and Women. OorNEW METHOD TREATMENT will positively euro you. One thousand dollars for a case we accept for treatment nnd cinnotcsrc Terms tnoJcrato fura cure WECURE SLEET CURES GUARANTEED Wo treat and cure: EMISSIONS. VARICOCELE. SYPHILIS. OLKET. STRICTURE. IMPOTENCY. SECRET DRAINS UNNATURAL DISCHARGES. KIDNEY nnd BLADDERDisftas-s- CONSULTATION FREE. BOOKS FREE If unable to call. writ for QUESTION BLANK for HOMK TREATMENT. Sft 1 rarrtis. I'rec Chair car Louisville to Lcxiiixlon. tliore connccliiu; with Solid Vestibule Tralu carrying l'ullman Sleepinc Car to la Chattauoosa; alo to New No 3 carries Pnllman Sleeper Louisi Hie to WialtaiuKnra, also Lexington to Jacksonville via Hot iprinjr. Ashevjle, and Pullman Union Lcilnjiou to New Orleans. tDally cxccptSunday. A Wnsnow.r.&T.A, &T.STnrr, P.&T.A., LcxlngtonICT. Loulkvilic. ky. W. IL C urcji, Ocn. Supt.. J. M. Ctru, T. M "Vyashincton, D. C "VVashlneton. D.C. W.A.TCKK.G.P.A.. "VM.H.TATXOE,A.aPA. WachteKton, D. C IxuisTUle,Xf. w Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. augi8-l- y 13X2(9. young wife. A woman who is tortured by pains due to weakness and disease of the organs that are distinctly feminine, cannot be an amiable and helpful wife. Troubles of this nature rack Rfl the nerves with pain and sap the strength. Tinder malign influence the most amiable and their helpful disposition will become soured. The wife that promised to be a cheerful, capable and willing helpmate surprises her husband by proving a sickly, nervous, fretfuL and helpless invalid. This unfortunate outcome of 'Love's young dream" may be prevented or remedied by resorting to the right medicine for troubles of this nature. The right medicine is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Over oo.oco women have said so in unsolicited letters to its discoverer Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y. The "Favorite Prescription" acts directly upon the organs that make wifehood and motherhood possible. It makes them strong and healthy. It allays inSammation and soothes pain. It relieves the strain npon the nerves. It prepares for motherhood and insures the health of the child. All medicine dealers sell it, " I take pleasure," writes Mrs. Jessie Fuller, of Eulogy, Bosque Co., Texas, 'in wntingyou again. 1 am in better health than I have been In six years. 1 think; your medicine Is the best in the world. I hope every woman who is afflicted as I was will take It, Your 'Favorite I'rescription has saved my life. I was not able to get up when Iwas sick until I began to take your medicine. I cannot thank you enough for what you hAve done of the 'J si ll for me. You can use my .statement as you like." Constipation is the, all -- embracing cause of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure it They sever gripe. "Ah, my good, good Monsieur, Yignol." They placed the cradle near the writing table of the romancer and Mother Mathien quickly made her escupe. Left alone with the infant the writer began to laugh softly to himself iu his great beard. ' Come now ! Behold me a dry nurse!" Quite cheered up by his good action, he installed himself by the lamp and took his pen. For let us not forget that morning he must send his copy to the printers. The whole story is changed by the resurrection of Bo u fie Toujours. But If a girl is pretty she dosent have to this evening he is in the humor for go to the trouble of hanging up mistleit. toe Christmas. His galley slave, thrown from the second story of the Eiffel Tower by an elegant scoundrel, a viscount descended from the Crusaders and a memberof the Jockey Club, catches by an iron bar in wife should know about the prehis fall and descends to the quay with and paration that for half a century has agility of a monkey. the ease and "After he shall stab three been helping expectant mothers bring policemen. I trust that the subscribers little ones into the world without will have sensations enough to satisfy danger and the hundred and one discomforts and distractions incident to child-birtSuddenly the child began to whimper. It is applied externally, which Jean Yignol, amused by his new duties is the only way to get relief. took the bottle and fed him, not badly on my word, for the first time; theu Medicines taken internally rocked him to sleep. will not help and may But the romancer did not return to result in harm. fewmA 3$&i his task. Ho remained looking thoughttwurt'ciF.yy:. fully at the poor little being, his head iTvjr ijryr) buried in the pillow, and pressiug his two tiny fists into his swaddled breast. Cradles! Children Jean Yignol had made use enough of them iu his absurd romances! How stupid they fits and prepares every Beemed to him at this hour, his imposorgan, muscle and sible stories of children stolen, and subpart of the body for stituted the one for the other. A child the critical hour. It Here is one close at band a child of robs child-birtof its woe What will bee me of him ? His tortures and pains. 3 i.i giainimuuier is oiu, worn out Willi loll l Baby's coming is made and privation; she can travel this weary quick and easy. Its PI rnml '"- llltlo IIUILIUI. 1.. Will ' V. nno f.,,ll. IICU UtS ...Ml '"" action is doubly bene- become one of those unhappy little ones thrown by the thousands upon the ten- .Vncial if used during the whole period of pregnancy. der mercies of the public, nearly all of 1 per bottle at all drug stores, oi whom turn out badly. It is from them that the great army of criminals and fu sent by mail on receipt of price. ture galley slaves is lecruited. Prom t Books Free, containing valuable inforsuch as this! This poor brat! "What mation to all women, will be sent to any does life hold in store forjnm? Life, a address upon application by mj'sterious romance which becomes more incomprehensible at each page, The Bradfield . Regulator Co., and whose end, always tiie same,;ex Atlanta, 6a. plains nothing. 'Jean Vigool Jell into a sorrowfal rev- Jy - ' , Mns-i- y g The remark that a famous General how he liked Texas that if he owned Texas and hell he would rent out Texas and live in hell is familiar to many, but in the matter of nicety of a point the reply ot an innkeeper near Dallas, Texas,4 to about the same question, deserves even more attention tlian the fi'inous utterance referred to. This innkeeper had moved several times from state to state and finally located in Texas, where he bad met reverses, and had about made up his mind to decamp once more when he was asked by a chance customer if he liked the place. His reply was iu the form of a story. "There was once a man who moved from Kentucky to Nebraska, from Nebraska to Arizona, from Arizona to Texas, and then ho died and went to hell, but the change was so gradual he never noticed it." made upon beiug asked H. may5-ly J. STRE jQ The Clothier, The Furnisher, The Shoer, The Hatter. I The World i! I MJiiiM m Encyclopedia LOOK - LOOK first-clas- s - f- l- The bladder was created I r in t pose, namely, a receptacle f r tLe or and as such it is not liaUe tu ant ot disease except by one r tw. i The first way is from imrf rfei-- t a- (the kidneys. The second wav m- - l-- local treatment of itiu-- r '- -- harness shop, and at prices never before equaled in Richmond. Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, Lap Rugs, Etc., Etc., at all prices, just to suit the purchaser. We have employed Mr. Joe Batson, of Winchester, and expert saddler, who can make any kind of saddle needed, and we only ask your inspection to convince you. We buy for cash and sell for cash, not charging enormous prices to make up for lost debts. We also make a specialty in repairing Give us a call. RICHMOND HARNESS CO., 107 East Main St. T. M. Wells, M''r. novl7-ly A complete line of everything usually found in a Will Answer Any Question You may EJcyclopacfa Ash It County Court Days. EVERY BRIDE Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Frankfort Si Ikianiti lq. , Lexington, Fayette county, uecond Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, In Effect March 1, 1S9?. I DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. Standard American Annual. eecon, Mon- h. mi day. Lve Frankfort. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon- Arr Elkhorn Switzer.. day. " Stamping Ground Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. ' Duvalls " GeorgetownNicliolasville, Jessamine county, third Lve Georgetown. I a.m. 6 30 p.m. 645 . .7 - Monday. mm Winchester, Clark countv, fourth " Elizabeth. " Paris Monday. WEST Versailles, woodford county, iourth Lve Paris Monday. Arr Elizabeth . . Arr Newtown- -. " Centreville. . 6 51 7 02 08 7 20 8 00 8 12 320 3 32 3 48 4 30 3 00 jlGE,25ili T?nrir .Inn a. auyui V',v "" J On AU News Stands. -- 358 4 15 4 52 8 22 .. 8 2S . 8 40 4 42 5 10 CSI3P CAUSE. Unhealthy urine from unhea.t neys is the chief cause .f t . troubles. So the womb. Itfc. tt . der, was created for one purpose, not doctored too much is imi a weakness or dsene, except in rm It is situated back of and very the bladder, therefore anv pa l - . or inconvenience manifested , neys, back, bladder or urinary v often, by mistake, attributed w eakness or womb trouble ot The error is easily made anJ t. at ' . easily avoided. To fintl uut - rr set your urine aside tor twenty hours; a sediment or settlim; ml kidney or bladder trouble. The and the extraordinary effect f Ir l mer's Swamp-Koo- t, the rreat kidn bladder remedy, is soon real .zed ; need a medicine yon should La best. At druggists fifty cents a. c dollar. You may have a sanir and pamphlet, both sent free ' t z Mention the Climax and send ur s dress to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bib..k' N. Y. The proprietors of ti s t z?e guarantee the genuineness of U a '.c --1 -- -- 453 530 AU dmsst,usell Dr. MUes Pala Pllii. BOUND. . a.m. other9s All druggists sell Dr. Mllca Norvo Plaf tors. ! 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