You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
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 ric1898011201_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. 5SS32 IPT s? i 54i"OTrW-,- r- t t - K-- ; -- -- b f-- - THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, In f t' '. TOLUME From Extreme XI. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUAEY 12, w 7y L898. NUMBER 32. f! Tj Nervousness. The Blow At Billy Patterson. Madison ilaii Who Nieingvu. Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. NEW YORK FASHIONS. x1 rtrL fjf''Ti' Struck Billy ? Light Incident. on a Historic HARRY HANGER SELECTED TO REPORT ON THE CANAL. (New York Primrose crepe de chine is favored for bridesmaids' gowns. Transparent evening fabrics are frequently draped overrepped silk. taflcta silks have small patterns. They are reasonable in price. Self-color- (From the Pnnxsntawney News.) , During the halcyon days of the Dem ocratic party in old York county, Pennsylvania, some time in the forties, when to get the nomination for the counjy ollice was the main thing to insure an election, the party leaders had much to do, and many consultations among themselves and with prominent men in several townships. Aspirants were many, all of whom had their friends. Every effort was made to secure the delegates to the nomination convention no ono remedy can contain tho bv the several candidates. The county elements necessary to cure all diseases, is a fact well known to everyone. officers were a potent factor in making Dr Miles System of Restorative Eemedies up the slate. To this end they held consists of seven distinctively different meetings in the several townships and preparations, each for its own purpose. in central localities to learn the views of Mrs. L. a Bramley. 37 Henry St., St. Caththe prominent men, and thus make up erines, Ontario, writes: "For years I suffered from extreme nervousness and annoythe delegations to the county convening constipation, developing Into palpitation tion and insure the nomination they and weakness of the heart. I was unable to sleep, suffered much from headache, pain in had decided to have made. At this my left side, palpitation and a constant period the County Commissioners visif eel.ng of weakness and prostration. I bejan ted the townships to hold appeals in the using Dr Miles' Nervine. Heart Cure and matter of assebbmeuts for tax. These n heme and Liver Pills and tho Pills to relieve sudden paroxysms of pain appeals alfbided opportunities for conand headache. I soon felt much Improved sultation, and were used in preparing and tbe pains and aches and weariness left tne way for the nominations at the cc 1 then took Dr. Miles Restorative Tcmc and am now restorea to my former county convention At one of these appeals, held at the good health." Miles' Blue Rail tavern in Chauceford town-sniIt sold by Eemedies are all the incident occurred which led to under a positive the question so frequent in guarantee, first bottle political journal.--, all over our Stale and benefits or money refunded Book on disnation, "Who struck Billy Patterson?" eases of the heart and At least two of the County Commissionnerves free. Address, ers wore present, Peter Ahl, a very acDR. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. tive and influential Democrat, and the veritable Billy Patterson, who was said PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. to havo been struck. Billy Patterson was also an active and influential DemA7rO?.,lT3T3. ocrat. Peter Ahl was subsequently associate Jud-;- of the court. D W. MILLBR. Besides these Commissioners there were others present, anion;; whom was Attoexet-at-Laan Irishman named John Maflett, who Kentucky. Richmond, to was a warm friend of Patterson. Maffet "Rice in the Durnam Building, next door feb3-lIf araer's National Bank. having left the room for a short time, it was proposed to have a little sport with , STTXiLrT--lThim when he returned. When he came in Patterson complained of having been btruck a violent blow . This aroused the Attohney-at-LaIrishman, who dorermincd to avenge - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, the violent blow his friend had received i i'T e over Tavlor's Hunlware store, crviug- out in his rage, "Who struck Court House, on Main Street. Billy Patterbon?" When it was hinted that Peter Ahl was the man who had II B HOGG, done the striking, flourishing his A TTORNE Y AT LA W. which he always carried with him, Kentucky. Maflet approached Ahl, saying, "Dom MOST), It" II yon, did you strike Billy Patterson ?" iTice No. 13 First St., up stairs. Mr. Ahl begged off, denying the charge. Others interfering quieted tho Irishman J C & D. M. CIIENAULT, with the assurance that it was a joke, and all passed off without further demA TTORNE YS A T LA ir, Kentucky. onstration, But that was not the end Richmond, of it. Some one reported the matter, and the opposing party began to use office on SecJnJ street, over Chen-aul- t that question in a way annoying to the s grocerj Democrats, intimating that the Democratic leaders hail been in a terrible ?HTSi:iAlTS. fight among themselves, to their great injury, and so in the progress of time DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, when there was a loss in the DemoKENTUCKY Rl- HMOKD. cratic vote, or a partial victory and especially when the cause of this change was not lully understood, the Irishman's V Telephone at office and reidence. cry, "Who struck Billy Patterson?" beDR. H. R. GIBSON, all over the came a sort of State and nation. PHYSICIA N AND SURGEON, The facts as given above I got from Kentucky. Richmond. the Hon. Adam Jibaugh, late of York county. Mr. Ebaugh, Otfice in the Joe Cclins building, 18 and 20 Sec- who died last May at the age of 90, ond Sireet, oer Wnue .old druenore. Judge of Senator aud the court, informed me that he received CHAS. HOOKER, the history from Billy Patterson during T ETERTNARY SURGEON, his lifetime. I was well acquainted Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. with both the Commissioners, a'hd Mr. Patterson during his last illness, and ofVeterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty ficiated at his funeral. I had several up stairs, over store recently accu- , conversations with Mr. Ebaugh about pied ny Kicnmona narneas u , iasi jum apr7-lilichmond, Ky. the matter, and a few months before his death, at my request, he wrote me m C. JASPER, M. D the history of the incident as given Medicine and Surgery. Geokoe M. Slaysman. above. Oflice Collins Building, Main Street. York, Pa., December 24. residence (the Uarr place) on Anti-Paip, Syndicate to Complete the Work if the Decision Is Pa vorble-Gove- rn merit Aid in Commercial Advertiser.) With 100000,000 Ready the Enterprise Not Asked. party of fourteen men, prospecting engineers, representing a number of capitalists who are interested in the construction. of the Nicaragua Canal, sailed on the steamship Finance of the Panama These men upon Line at noon their arrival in Nicaragua will investigate as to the feasibility of undertaking the completion of the canal, and will submit a report to the men they represent, who, it is estimated, command at A to-da- Absolute) Puro POWDER POVOCR CO.. kCW YORK. Plaid wool waists subserve useful purposes. They come in a variety of pretty forms, materials and combinations. There seems no let up to tho Russian craze. s Capes and aie preferred to coats by many women. They offer greater possibilities of adornment and cape-wrap- fcCMI CLOTHINGS at OLD PRICES. We have just received the largest line of 2;;;;- - HJK VWPJWrjmmmmfZi iT'T?t'i SffcSli iffR5: : :li Hi US V . ii1 l 1 ROYAL DAKIkO least $100,000,000. Edward F. Cragin and Lyman E. Coolcy, the chief engineers of tho Chicago Drainage Canal, head the party, which includes H. P. Mason of Frankfort, Ky., J. X. Jackson of Schenectady, H B. Hanger of Rich oiond, Ky.; Frederick Davis of Chicago, W. 0. Winston of Minneapolis, Horace E. Stevens of St. Paul, Frederick S. Washburn of Chicago, Arthur McMullen of Cincinnati. E. H. Hookers of New York, E. A. Little, of Boston, Prof. C. G. Wheeler, interpreter and geologist, of Chicago, aud J. E. Moloney of Brooklyn. The contracting firms and corparations represented in the party are Mason, Hoge & Co. of Fiankfort, Ky., and Chicago; E. D. Smith & Co. of Philadelpha, Bros, of Chicago, Chrystle & , of Chicago, the Chicago Dredging and Dock Company, Winston Bros, of Minneapolis, Washburn & Washbuin of New York and Chicago, and McMullen & Co. of New York. The members of the party will stop first at Panama for tho purpose of makMc-Arth- ur w I900. J. M. Richardson, Glasgow Times The announcement that6eveu Republican United States Senators will, during the present session of Congress, repudiate the administration's gold standard policy and declare for tho freccoiu-ag- e of silver is significant merely as a warning to those who refuse to be warned. There are none so blind as those will not see. Upon the financial issue, the Republican ship of state is already among the breakers: it will soon bo upon the rocks. 1 are much dressier. Roman stripes and fancy plaids characterize the newest taffeta silks. Blouse bodices for evening wear are frequently cut out low and rounding in the neck. Small patterned Marie Antoinette brocades come in bewitching color blend-ing- s and aro trimmed with Persian bead Clothing, article needed. Ou deceits Underwear Hat 3, gimps which repeat the colors of the material. IN RICHMOND, which we bought early before the tariff was put on woolens and can give our customers the benefit of 30 per cent, on every Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. Fit Guaranteed at from $10.00 up UNDERWEAR AND HATS AT PRICES NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT -- 1 plain waist may be rendered very dressy by the addition of plaited taffetas ruflles forming shoulder epaulettes, hor- Timk A izontal trimmings across tho front, sleeve and neck finishings. Children should be clad in fine, season. rS?4 all-wo- ol drug-pir- ts Pemedie' THE TO CUIinENCY-rnonLEMWlL- L. HE FORCED AS THE KKOST IN 1900, JUST IX J. There will be neither straddle nor back seams very ingeniously. Girs from eight to sixteen may wear compromise of principle, and the politithe graceful two piece buit, consisting of cian who Bits on the fence will assured'K Y&S0T PSJS ' j 'PSiTsSYn ? fs2 ly be ditched. He who is not for the five gored tkirt and Russian blouse. :: :: The fashionable skirt is a trifle longer VstU$&V&&ji people in the great battle, whose sharpthan its predecessors. shooters and skirmish-line- s are even Frequently evening gowns are shirred now engaging, is beyond doubt against their entire width, especially when them. made of transparent material. THE SIGNS OF THE TIMES AEE EU'ENING The plain coat sleeve is not far from us. ing an examination of the Panama FOi: UNHEARD-OIIAITENINGS In R. Hrj Crescent-shapepuffs adorn the Canal. They will sail from Panama by IX 1900. ZLTOIEdllMIOILN "TD JZZ1T- shoulders of some street coats. steamship to Corinto; then Pacific Mail Party lines will be broken and Velvet is the preferred material for to Managua, where they will pay their and party-tie- s sundered. Old respects to the President, and thence to issues will be forgotten. Now lenders capes, wraps and jackets this season; o c o cloths are well Itivas, to examine the west end of the will spring up. With the Republicans though smooth-faceproposed canal route. The party will will be found Carisle, Cleveland, Lind- liked, also. 5" O o The favorite trimmings for outer garthen cross the lake in a chartered bteam-bbi- say, Hill and the handful of O T 3lSAS iV I the eastern end of worshippers who declare themselves ments are flat braids, fancy gimps and and examine T DRUGG1575 0 25 cs: the route to Greytown, lrom which tho elect, e'en tho' not a mother's son bands of fur. XDCAT TTTCT V f!niPK'H'','EPn to cure aiiTCsworfcnsliritlon. Cabarets are the Idul Laxa-Small buttons sometimes ornament mJUUilUlUUL UUflllnHiLiui; tivp. neier rripnrrripe.lmt raaeasf natural rtolu. bam. place thev will visit San Jose, examinof them could be elected coroner. To 5 frlnd booklet fne. Ad. STFKI.I'tfl KEMEDV 10.. Cliitaro. Slontreal. Can., or ."ten lort. tu.t ing some railway construction en route. the Democrats, Wolcott, and Stewart, the upper part ot the skirt in rows. i f Orgr(pif'pp'yy'yi'y Billiard cloth is in pleasingly brisk In speaking of the canal, before sail and Teller, and Chandler, possibly even o Cooley said: "The es- Tom Reed himself, and an innumer- requisition for jackets. Mr. ing Gowns of plaid silk or woolen are in timates of the cost of the construction able host of honest Republican voters MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN now fluctuate between $07,000,000 and will come. There will be a gruesome high favor this winter. 5) Soft and smooth-facecloths admit of No ono will bid with that rattling of dry bones, and down the val$137,000,000. SOLDIER, $x wide range. The things to be considered ley of dead hopes and bitter disappoint elaborate garnitures. A2W ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORK. Citizen and Christian Patriot. Skirts are plain, plaited, flounced, at present are the climate, cost of labor, ments will sweep the fructifying waters A GREAT NEW BOOK FOR THE PEOPLE. For further particulars, price, ttv, address, topography, soil and facilities for trans- of the river of truth. On the one side shirred, slashed, milled or decorated drowsy, weak and tired, feel portation. This work will involve a will be gathered corporations, trusts, with panels of contrasting material, aclanguid, uuu ana au uruKe up LIVE AGENTS WANTED Evelyn Cable. it is a sien of impure blood and more extensive use of machinery than monoplies, greed, lust of power, arrog- cording to faiicv. Ewjvlitre to shov sample pign ul Jtt cp data. sluggish liver. Pimples, blot- -' mch2t-lany that has every before been under- ance, the pride of wealth, the hopelessches and boils appear, result- EXTRAORDINARILY LIBERAL TERMS. CALDWELL'S taken. I think that the canal can be ness of poverty ground in the dust being in a scrofulous condition of Money can be made rapidly, and a vast amount the svstem. which invites built upon a fair basis aud made a pay- fore the sirairs raljEjaErailBJr.1ip cowardice of the t ii of good done in circulating one of tbe noCatarrh, Bronchitis, and finally INDIGESTION. ing venture. "We will have all the halp labor dependent upon capital for its livblest historical works published during S rFrHJSraSraSfrHJErraErrEra yV Consumption. Avoid these ills the past quarter of a century. necessary in our investigation from the ing, the baseness of intelligence that and put the body in perfect RICH MMEST. OF CONFEDERATES. GREAT ACIHE AGLYIS ARE tt)ff REAPIXG Government Commission, which is now has bartered its birthright for gold. On condition by taking mm Some of our best workers are selling on the ground." tho other side will stand the people. By the order of Gen. John B Gordon, - Mr. Cragin said that the constructian pEjj OVER ONE HUNDRED BOOKS A WEEK. It will be a baltleroval, a fight to the Mr. A. G. Williams, Jackson county. Mo., of the Chicago Drainage Canal within finish, a contest in which there can be Commander of the United Coufcdrate 51 worked four days and a half and secured orders He sells the book to almost every man the orginal estimate of $25,000,000, in no middle ground. The liberties of a Vetarans, Adjutant General, George he meets. Dr. J J. Mason, Muscofjee county, Moorman, has issued a general order spite of the prediction, by Government nation will bo fought for, and the issue QUART BOTTI.E. Ga., sold 120 copies the first fire days he can 3fgJ fixing July 21, 22, 23, 24, 1S93, as the vassed, n. u. aneets, raio I'intocouniy.Tex . would exceed experts, that its cost will be one of life or death. disease, puriworked a few hours and sold 16 copies, mostly early. It repels is just like putting at $5 bill in morocco binding had brought out new methods, THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 1900 WILL the dales for the next Annual J. II. Hanna, Gaston counfies and enriches the blood, and ty, N. C, made a month's wastes in three days to be held at Atlanta, Ga. These dates the llames EVERY LOAD of Anwhich have levolutionized canal conacts as a gentle st.mulus to canvassing for this book. S. M White, CallaMARK A CRISIS IX NATIONAL AFFAIRS were suggested by the people of Atlanta, every organ of the body. Quart han county, Tex., is selling books at the rate of struction. 'Now we have onother plan," no less Hein its results than 1(4 copies a week. thracite you use. bottles," S1.00. continued Mr. Cragin, "in the name of that involved in the revolutionary or and are eminently appropriate as they Tbe Work Contains Biographical Sketches CO. WIIXIAriS, DAVIS. BROOKS & the capital behind us we have invited civil wars. It will decide whether the are the anniversaries of the battles of of all the Leading Generals, a vast amount of Detroit, nicfa. !'; Wonderful Blast Historical .Matter, and a large number ol chief contractors on the Chicago people shall be the masters of the slaves, Peach Tree Creek, Manassas and Atlanthe mm Illustrations It is a grand LWeretles for Liver lilt. ta respectively. The Association ot Drainage Canal, and others of equal whether they shall rule or be ruled, book, and ladies and eentlemen who can give The Famous Utile Liver Pills. SJs Confederate Veterans now consists of all or a part of their time to the canvass an standing, to visit Nicaragua aud whether they shall be freemen in the bound to make immense sums of money handGives greater heat than Base Burner. Throws mm ling it. thoroughly examine the proposed work. image of God, or clay in the bauds of 1,070 camps and applications have been made for tho organization of 150 more. the heat on the lloor like a Base Burner. Ourparty includes the largest and strong- the potter the devil himself being the AN ELEGANT PROSPECTUS. jtilB showing the different styles of binding, samph: contracting firms and com- potter. est group of Holds the fire like a Base Burner. EDfiHJ Sold by D. Z. & T. B. Taylor, pages, and all material necessary to work with, panies every gathered in consultation When Bro. Barnes was corresponding Waco, Ky. will be sent on receipt of SO cents. The magAll this, and much more, we shall see nificent gallery of portraits, alone, in the proson work of this character. It represents iu 1900. The lines of battle are forming for this paper, several years ago, he said pectus is worth double the money. We furnis l mm dredging, rock and earth excavation, for a last great contest. For, be tbe re- with pardonable egotism, after a conit at far less than actual cost of manufacture, and we would advise you to order quickly, an.l Wm) 3-EC0M0M1ST -12masonry and lock building, and the sult what in may, the destiny of these siderable lapse, that he wa3 "really hunget exclusive control of the best territory. Address group of contractors are under no obli- United Stales hangs upon the Presi- gry for a Barnes letter himself." WhethNo gation to bid on the work. They have dential election of 1900. ROYAL PUBLISHING CO., er the public Joins in the feeling or not RANGES accepted the invitation to go aud return we have felt hungry ourselves for an llth and Main Sts., RICHMOND, VA. HIS decl5-6Cons umption Positively without expense to themselves, and it Interior Journal all tho week and say t Telephone rHJEj right now we couldn't be hired to run is expected that they wilihavea delightBroadway. Cured. ta ft Kentucky. --an hebdomabal publication. Stanford ful trip. If, after looking over the work, WALKER STILL MISSING. RicnMOSD, they make a bid that is satisfactory to Journal. Mr. R. B. Grceve, merchant, of EVANS, M. D., Sure enough we missed tho Interior Efforts are beiug made to locate Por- tho capitalists, the fuuds will be sub Nothing like it ever before made. See it Va., certifies, that he had conG. W. All persons having claims against the estate Walker, aged thirty, of Winchester. scribed and the canal constructed, for sumption, was given up to die, sought Journal last Tuesday aud are glad it reter and be convenced. of Sallie S. Chrisman, dec'il , are hereby notivisits. If it He left home with considerable money this plan contemplates the construction all medical treatment tijat money could sumed its fied to present same to me at once properly Physician and Surgeon, W T. TEVI3, verified for payment. November 20. of the entire canal by private capital procure;i"tried all couch remedies he were hebdomadal it would be abomina and arrived in Cincinnati Executor. mm Richmond. - - - - Kentucky He stopped one night at the Dennison without any aid from the Government. could hear of, but cot no relief; spent ble to have to go a whole week without mm appointed by the Gov- many nights sitting up it. House, and this was the last seen of The Commission in a chair; was only daughter died ernment is now in Nicaragua, and will induced to try Dr. King's Near DiscovS Co., him. Walker's DR. T. J. TAYLOR, DELAYED. eve at Button, Ga., and his caiefully check all data, resurvey where ery, and was cured by use of two botMedicine and Surgery, Christmas Practitioner in Kentucky relatives are anxious to find him. Lex- it is necessary aud may not return until tles. For past three years lias been atmm CORRESPONDENCE. Richmond. Richmond, Ky autumn. I may or may not change the tending to business and says Dr. King's ington Eeader. lEffH izo Second Street WOffice and residence on "Walker was the manager of the Na- plans of the company. The Chicago New Discovery is the grandest remedy Mm GOTTONBTJRG. sralfil frrUMrSJ tional Kitchen Cabinet Co., that can- party will use tho existing plans aud ever made, as it has done so much for DENTAL STJEGERY. past summer, data, and as they may bo modified, for him and also for other? in his communiHurrah for the Democrats of old Milvassed this comity the and whose sudden disappearance was the basis of their estimates, being satis- ty. Dr. King's New Discovei-for lion precinct. They are on the increase. fied with all the data at the disposal of Coughs, Colds and Consumption. REMOVAL. chronicled 0ine weeks ago. It The gold bugs without gold or prosperity the Commission, and, with the large don't fail. Trial bottle free at Perry & have got enough of McKinley's admin Roofing, Guttering DR. VALENTINE IT. HOBSOK, body of skilful engineers, thorough aud Thomas Drug Store, Successors to W. istration; even tho old darkey protests The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a EEsT, whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at op Locjsjiille, Ky. accurate work will be done." against it. and General private sale; situated at 5 G. White. Cooley entertainMr. Cragin next door to Government Building, Mr. Henderson Wheeler of this place to 4. IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5TH. RichmSnd, Ky. Office hours 9 to Job Work. ANJIMP0RTANT DECISION. ed Henry E. Howland, Warner Miller, noTl"-l- y STATION, has been honord by John W. Yerkes, Smith M. Weed, H. L. Ilotchkiss and by an assignment to W. S. Hume & Co. on the waters of Silver CreeV. It Is well waJudge Shackelford Miller has decided distillery of Silver Creek, Ky. As day S. Smith at dinner in the Fifth Avenue tered. There is no better land in Madistn Hotel last night-- Warner Miller is great that a man conuot bo imprisoned for watch Mr. Wheeler will move his famcounty. ly interested in the prospective journey cost unless they are made a party of the ily to Tat Grady's place at Kirksville. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible ly Honrs Cincinnati to New Orleans and Jacksonville turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, bosses many a body and burof tho party and expressed his hearty punishment, and then the prisoner can Mr. Nathaniel Cotton Jr., who no Reetc., within a half mileof White's Station Post ii rnini harinir claims acainst Matlldy- dens many a mind. You can't enjoy approval of tho plans which Mr. Cragin relieve himself by delivering up his Haley, dee'd., will present them properly venOffice, ten miles from Ilichmond. in Kirksville precinct had tho 109 MILES SHORTEST. nea xi xny omce in owe, uu v wu estato for the benefit of his creditors. publican """"J the food you like because you are has in view. cash, TEEMS Sale will be made Who can think courage to tackle, has about completed 1898. or same will be barred. some stroplo balance to suit purchaser. Wahted-- An This is an importaut ruling, because it FINEST VESTIBULED TRAINS IX THE Idea cf For particulais, bilious. You take all sorts of pretWcirtoDAtfnt? uew house. Mr. Cotton has entered Special com. How to Look Good. jan5-Iyou effects eery one arrested in Frankfort his Protect your Ideani they ma;r oringPatentweaim. address cautions, and yet the bilious attack upon tho duties of his office and will Write JOHN WEDDEKBDRN & CO,13 prlzo otter Wunlugton. D. Ctor Cult aud committed to ithe workhouso to Geo. D. White, leaps on you like a tiger from ambush. will meet out justice to all. Good looks are really more than skin satisfy both fine and cost imtllst or two hundred laTerxlons wanted. at the rate of aud feb3-t- f White's Station. Ky. You know the feeling! The blood deep, depending entirely on a healthy ' one dollar per day. The fino in a case Through Pullman Service is unequalled. Cafe' Parlor seeming on fire with a dull heat ; the condition of all the vital organs. Jf the of druukenneBi is only one dollar, ax bile HON. C. T. CALDWELL, head liver be inactive, you have. a bilious the costs in and Observation Cars daily. Standard Vestibuled day boring pains in the eyes ; the that case are about five dolVa Coaches. Get your tickets via the Queen & Crescent Route look; if your stomach be disordered, lars additional. The city dose not pay seeming to open and shut ; the horyou have a dyspeptic look ; if your kid- cost unloss they are collected from the rible nausea. You know the irritaof Parkersburg, V. Va., RecomW. C. RINEARSON, Gen'l Pass'r Agt, Cincinnati, 0. bility which precedes and the languor neys be affected, you have a pinched persons convicted. If Hip opionion of mends Wrights Celery . LOUISVILLE, KY. that follows the attack. It's miser- look. Stcure good health, and yon will Judge Miller is upheld it will be Leces-sit- y Capsules. good looks. "Electric Bitabolished all imprisonment for able, isn't it? Why not cure the surely have The Style. Fit and Wear ters" is agood Alterative and Tonic. costs, and make the offices of Prosecutcould not be improved for trouble ? There's a pill thatwill cure Double the Price. Pahkessbuiig, W. Va., Acs directly on the stomach, liver and biliousness. Dr. J. (LAYER'S PILLS kidneys. Purifies the blood, cures ing Attorney and Marshal worthless in lexd? XssP w. Sfioes are the January 26, 1995. "w L. Douglas $150, $4.00 and $5.00 mi are an acknowledged specific for this pimples, blotches and boils, and gives a Frankfort. Fraukfort Argus. productions of skilled workmen, from the best maThe "Weight Mep. Co., Our factory on Lanrel Sireet in Richderangement. PiS good coruplexiou JSvery bottle CALUWbLU'S terial possible to put into shoes sold at these prices. mond "is now running, and we are HE PATS THE Columbus, Ohio. Plans. We make also 550 and $235 shoe! for men, and Sold at Perry & Thomas' Drug prepared to fill orders for twist of the A. Swanger, Texarkana, TeA writes: $2.00 and 51.75 for boys, inti the W. U have been usiic $20, Gentlemen:! CURES CONSTIPATION. I " For fifteen years I have used AVer's Pills, Store, Successors to "W. G. White. FifLtouglas Jrt roitce snoe, vciy suuame im Wright's Celery Capsnles since Novemcomin and find 5 oi Richmoad," policemen and lothers having The Ladies' Restaurant is the plaints. them very effective the biliouswhere ty cents per bottle. ber, 1894, and find them to be as The Jessamine Journal says it looks case I have yet to soo ' much walking to do. I first besan taking tlum now that tho R. N. L & B. as though finest in the city. PAY FOR they havo failed to cure." LITER AR YJHOTES. while at Hot Springs, Aik , under treit-tneroad will atno distant day bo one of tho Wo aro constantly adding nw styles to our for Sciatic Rheumatism, lAvcr rad Ever3T convenience for ladies rea- already large variety, and 'Uiere Is no greatest trunk lines in the country, and Stomach trouble. Constipation which, I on why yon cannot be suited, so insist on A NEW 'GIBJOX GIRL." Merchants, spending the day in the If You aro Bttlou having W. L. Douglas Shoes from yout will soon plough its way into the great had been a long sufferer. I fouud the Bankers, dealer. A new "Gibson girl," drawn by the ti Jacks" Lawyers, Celery Capsules Rave mo great relief DO HOT FAIL TO coal fields for which it has so long been city. Wo nso only tho best Calf. Russia Call Physicians famous sooiety artist, C. D. Gibson, will directed, from the beginning and havo used thiim (ail colors), irenci laient uui, and all VHfe 'm&sz&m ever since. "With pleasure, and Trench Enamel, jV'icl Kid, eta, Second St. economical make her debut In print as the cover Brands, three grades. We can save yon Phone 3. Gentlemen's Cafe on graded to corresjjondwith prices men wear I recommend them to any and monev. Send us a trial order? you will The i'aris Jleporter is authority for Office floor. design for the February Ladies' Homo W. L. Dougiaf ot tne snoes. all suffering with like afflictions or eitlier be clad with our products- RICLDIOKD, KY. Espe Shoes becauso they Journal. The new girl" is the artist's the statement that it cost only about MUSIC: 1'ne.sday, Thursof them. Very truly yours, jj axe the best. It dealer cannot supply you, cially pleased to hear from country mer' much to put crushed rock on 3Sfttte0 Sunday day and own little daughter, who, at ono year of halt as write Chables T. CaldwkliI For sale by chants. evening. W.L06O6U8 BED WETTING CURED age, will be shown as drawn by bor the pikes in Bourbon under tho new Sold by T. S. Hagan, DraMwC Pffce Ross, White ySEE. A, MULLIGAN, 50c ents and $1.00 per box. Call at dr Jgclover father- - Tho legend under tho systuiM it did when pikes were toll- THOS. OH NO PAY. MB9.S.M.BOWAN, Milwie, )i Richmond, Ky. TMfci-lWis. n roads. ti Sale by FREEMAN BROS., Ricluwrt y. store and get ireesarBpte. r picture is 'Myalontine.-'- ' MANAGER. docl-l- y v It r 4 :-- & ' :i v. ' J1 -.Si" ss. t? lsuti. undergarments during the w inter Mixtures are not advisable. A charming coat shown by Best & Co. for a merry miss of eight is of soft cashmere in white and in various colors, trimmed with fur. The front is plain, the back has two box plaits and the epaulettes are cut with the front and Hi fe$ s2a JLeJr The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond. IVAWjV ifrSfrS STOUFFER' liifera , rsR ANDY CATHARTIC liDTGMDil F - fcte, 9 o IT. X d y tVl l'. d p, gold-doll- ar Mlffii I 4 op-rv.- tf f wif m shil-lela- h, to-da- y, d 31-3- 0 ii juul &mt r,,s. n GN- R. E. LEE, -.;- -?. mJtsr cue; GRKNITE y 7VYONU7VYeN TS, Madison MooiJiDeotal W0fc. a-Ttll- 1 ?JT money-powe- r, SDR. PEPSI v A m "v. m Johnston's Sarsaparilla MONEY TO BURN! It $b0,-000,0- by-wo- rd - Slew-artstow- n, ex-Sta- te ueau-tif- 17- Full-Pa- sra i Mn IS fife -- y Burns Nut or Slack, Soot or Dirt. M w --- Cliil-bowi- e, Notice to Creditors., jib dec22-4w semi-weekl- y si pa Sis IT IS INDISTBUGTIBLE is IP AND AIE TIGHT. njyi FARM FORI - ip m 11 UifL lap 12-- 1 BILIOUS-HES-S SALE Winter Schedules 4 one-thi- rd WJBpa mmm SlraipaipilPapJBlapJipa, BiMrlJBTBrlifSpBpBn5fljrBjr ap i i and-M- r. b V WHITE'S Notice to Creditors! UESimco. QUEEN & CHESCEUT KOUTE. iX w Attor-ne- jt SOUTH LOUISVILLE HI1TF W. L. 0006LAS 5Ji i SHOE kirn mm SUPPLY THE TRIBE s uv?.jt hmm guaran-antee- d. YRUP PEPSIjl HkMMv Try j lililiilil Plteiiik Ftr letter-carrier- s, recoh-mende- d. "Piis nt i FREIGHT. DRINKS. u. v: ui ...Y0D THE... "hir AVER'S PILLS uriio-lirite- d, j t - -- 5 ! oci27-3i- j- Lj a c 5s-- J i i ,& . tps?-- ? sfjV O" - 1 C.F,Brower&Co r: one of tho pleasantest social institutions in tho city. Tho plan proposed Pianos,-Orga- ns, is for the club to meet every afternoon at Merrick Lodgo with Miss In PUBLISHED KV3RY WEDNESDAY BY the Stomach Caused Great Neale and Miss Kennoy, who will diSuffering Was Confined to the THE Go. rect the dancing of the lancers and Bod But Now Ablo to Work. tho club members to a thorough assist "In October, 1895, 1 had an abscess In was the remark of a French knowledge of all new figures in tho my stomach. I was also taken with pleuCJMt?gkT-- I Wtorseu Editor. cotlion,etc. Cost for each member will, risy and coughed very badly. I was Philosopher that C E. WOODS, Associate Editor. at tho end of the ten weeks that the treated by physicians butdld not Improve. To be sold regardless club will have met, amount to no more, I gave up all hopo of ever retting well. "THE BEST THINGS PRICE PER YEAR, $K50. or not so much, than the small dues of My right side was swollen t d I was not IN THE WORLD cost to change busi- ARE across the .oom and waa any other social club, and tho mem- able to walkmy - 1S9S. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, bed. I was advised to ness. Bargains for everybody. confined to bers will have enjoyed a weekly dance try Hood's Sarsaparilla and began taking NEVER SAID." A STKAIGHT DEMOCRATIC "We guarantee a saving of 25 cents on every and tho advantages of instruction it. In three days I could see a chango NEWSPAPER. We have never told nil Judge Neiox, of Knoxville, Tenn., wherever needed. Tho members of for the better. I kept on taking Hood's Dollar's worth of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, the best things about f4r Endorsed by the last Convention as ths our created a sensation by liis rigid insruc-tio- n tho club are to bo taken from tho sets Sarsaparilla until I had taken four botCloaks, Capes, Underwear, Carpets, Etc. to the grand jury, relative to the Official Organ of Democracy. ranging from 14 or 15 up, and the list tles and continued to improve. I am now Organs.. new election laws of the State. Among already is encouragingly full. For ablo to doa good day's workon the farm." other thinps he told the jury to indict tho combined pleasure and profit it M. E. Mann, Demossvillc, Kentucky. Men's suits worth SS.00 for $4.00. Fcr the Free Coinage of Silver. a man to vote any candidate who promises, the plan ought to bo a great Boy's suits worth 82.00 for $1.00. I am agent for the W. W. Kimball Co , of For the Chicago Platform. for him. success. Lexington Herald. Chicago, and am selling the best Organs and For the Democratic Nominees. Men's shoes worth $1.50 for 90c. finest Fianos ever offcreJ to the public for the For tho Interest of the Masses. The largest and withal tho swellest Ladies' shoes worth $1.50 for 75c. One of our exchangers says that Mr. money. Easy terms to right parties. Call and and most delightful meeting over held U. S. Calicoes 3cts a yard. see me. I can save you money. Gary uttered an aphorism in the All tho Latest Telegraphic News by tho Buffet Club, occurred on SatGinghams 4cts a vard. Constitutional Convention, which Mr. alldruggists. All the Latest State News. urday at tho pretty country home of McKinley hliouhl have read: He ; six for 35. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., gl Cotton 3cts a vard. All the Latest Market Keports. Miss Olivia Baldwin. For tho first Lou ell. Mass. Get Hood's and only Hood's. said, "Confidence ih the road to tyranOvercoats worth $S.OO for $4.00. dec!5-t- f young ladies pretime the industrious Old P.O. Building, Irvine St. are the best ny." The MrKinley brand of confi-dec- e Ladies' capes worth $3.5o for $1.75. Correct Court Report-pared luncheon for their young gen- flOOd S FllIS pills, aid digestion. 25c seems to be the road to bankruptCorrect Market Itoport. Hose and socks lets a pair. tlemen friends and about a score of cy. piMfAMANUBIAN TEA cures .Reliable News Iteports. Blankets 40cts a pair. couples sat down to the sumptuous was in some way connected. He rev 6ia, Constipation and IndiHonest Editorial Policy. spead prepared by dainty hands sented the insinuation and sought to gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. friends OrK tree hilver Democratic which had never known a harsher obtain revenge by administering a very Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. onlit to read two epcetal articles in this goods until you have seen our Don't buy Tlift T.nnisvillp flHID work. Tho severe thrashing to Prof. Frost, whom G. White. task than issue and pate them up for reference. alBaldwin Maplewood, home, lllli- OLIJ Bargains, as we will save 3'ou money sure. The first is that on our first page uth he held responsible for his expulsion Disuatcli and ways ideal for entertaining, was never and possible disgrace. It is reported the simple title "11W0." The other is ONE YEAR FOR Sl.Oo. gayer with youngsociety. The hostess that Montgomery enticed Prof. Frost ..Ready For and Its Policy," on our the was assisted by her accomplished sis from his ollice at a late hour on Thursread fourth page. We urge a'.l men to ters, Mrs. Caro B. Brittain, of Annap- day night on the plea that his wife was and ponder then- - superb productions. olis, and Mrs. W. II. Shanks, of Stan- inconsolable over the reports derogaUp Town, Klein Son's Old Stand, Richmond. ford. Among those present were: tory of his character, and that she McCkkaky, of Kentucky, Misses Sallio Shackelford, Annie Ben- wanted to talk to the President about Representative in Congress from the nett, Belle McDowell, Margaretto the affair. Not suspecting anything Eighth District for a number of years, Smith, Kate Smith, Bettie Taylor, wrong, Prof. Frost, accompanied Montwas at the House yesterday. Raving A METROPOLITAN Bessie Spears, Maymo Hart, Kate gomery, and, it is alleged, that when been one oi the mot popular KentuckBlanton, Laura Lynn, Mrs. Nealo they had reached an unfrequented ian in Congress, Mr. McCreary was NEWSPAPER Bennett, Florrie Bright, Julia Hig-gin-s, place not far from the campus, Mont ylL 9 given a very corial reception on both 5100,000. Newt Stone and wife, nee Redmon, Olivia Baldwin, Mrs. W. H. gomery suddenly assaulted President chamber. He intends to sides of the peace officers, of near Lair, moved to Georgetown Bitterly arraigns Thoroughly Equipped Shanks and Mrs. Carlo B. Biittain. Frost and dealt him several blows remain in Washington for about a charging that they have been in symwhere he will engage in the furniture Messrs. Keats Speed, Ned Booker, week. Washington every facility to keep you which disabled him. Montgomery gae This paper announces, in connection with The Atlan a pathy with the raiders, re!v business. Mrs. Stone's sons, Red- Jennings Greenleaf, Speed Smith, himself up to Squire Gay, confessed "If this spirit of lawlessness is not mon and Lair, have taken possession Warfield Bennett, Tom Jones, Hady Constitiitution, a new offer in which everyone may have a chanc Combs' contenance daily posted upon all the events Hox. "V. W. judgment and was fined So and costs. day is not far distant of their farm Paris Kentuckian. to supply the missing word in this sentence: the colums of the Evening stamped out the Douglas, G. W. Hunter, II. II. Huila- - When the affair became known it creof the world. when the State will be completely Mr. Chas. F. Miller, son of M. M. ker, Joo Tevis, Joe Chenault, James ated quite a Post Monday. Speaker Hcckham apsensation, especially among on two com- under the control of swashbucklers Duly, pointed our Snadij, 6 moj. 3; jtir 8. Miller, Irvine, and nephew of Dr. J Xeale, Hopd Little, the college people, who were wrought and highway robbers, who will rob, C. W 'AS CONSIDERED BY , FIRST Miller, Nicholasville, Dulj, viti Saadij, 6 mo. 1; jur $$ mittees: Charitable Institutions and up to a high pitch of indignation. murder and steal at will." ' AS lUlucation, both vr iuiportant. The 'Ml THE ' through here last week to the UniverADOaESS THE DISPATCH, A GOOD OMEN " Squire Gay was criticised for his action, You need colors to make yonr home more For economy's sake the abolition of sity of Virginia, Charlottsville, wheie I'.spatch says: dec29-t- f LOUISVILLE, KY. aud Montgomery was on a attractive for the Christmas festivities, you The first committee to be called to- the Bureau of Agriculture and the he is taking a course in law. Jessa of the most interest- serious charge. In default of $400 bond will find results satisfying. No trouble about Land Office is recommended, the The sentence is taken from a publication. Th? gether was the educational committee, ing occasions ever in Bourbon was the he was lodged in jail here, but subse- the expense of it, for the cost is so slight you Business, useless, mine Journal. will scarcely notice it. Let us supply the paint Educate word is a familiar one, and it may readily suggest itctf. and Chrirman Nelson has asked it to office of Jailer is declared Dr. Wei by W. Burgin came up from wedding at Suunyside, of Mr. E. F. quently mortgaged his property to Mr. and you do the work or we will have PHONOGRAPHY, vigorously conFOR A the paint meet him Wednesday night at the and the minor courts rfSSKSCs Louisville last week on bus!ness. He Clay, Jr., son of Col. E. F. Clay, and U. C. Wallace, who went on his bond, applied for you at a very small expense. Situation, demned for useless expenditures. :t room. The first thing it will consider Have board has permanently located at329 Fourth Miss Anna Carey Ward, daughter of and his examining trial is set for Sat- Window recently received large shipments of K& .Appointment of Telegraphy 1 1, Glass all sizes from 8x10 to 40x90 will be a school book bill on the lines Judge J. Q. Ward. There were no at- urday. He says he will sue the college to c ntrol prisons and charitable in- Avenue, Louisville, and is much disinches all bought before the large advance in tpl cKSywii: VssJk which have been suggested in these pleased. He invites his Richmond tendants, indeed the loving pair were so for $25,000 for slander. price all to be sold at a small profit. You patches. There are at least three bills stitutions is recommended. President Frost is recovering from should see our nice new line of Picture Mould- Ml Separate Coach Law declared un- friends to com and see him while in perfectly composed as to need none. j' CCPYRlGHTtlX V kE8r kind to be introduced, one by d this Rev. Dr. E. II. Rutherford was never his wounds, which, some say, were in- ings, very small ones in all the new shades of TO ENTER THIS CONTEST YOU BUST SUBSCRIBE FOR. just and its tepeal warmly advocated. the Falls City. VSSl. colors, &c. Morgan China one by Dr. S. At wood Addim WILBUR R. SMITH, Mr. C. W. Burt and wife have re more happy in his remarks as to the flicted with a blunt instrument, aud not Calls for prohibition of sale of cigarRemember we haven't many of the 10 cent probSmith and one by Mr. LEXINGTON, KY., turned from Europe after a two sacredness of the vows, aud the union of with the bare fist, although Montgom- papers left but what we have still go at 5 cents. For circular of Lis famon3 anil rcsponslbla acy others. The committee will make ettes and cigarette papers. two loving hearts, as all at ouce affirmed, ery's knuckles were bruised considera Prices guaranteed to be lower than the lowest. Recommends additional legislation months tour through the Orient COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY an early report on some bill, which will Very respectfully. bly when seen here Saturday night, W. D. Bonny and wife were the it was a true love affair. Awarded Medal at World's Exposition. e:n'ody the ideas of the committee, and for Houses of Reform; relief for Court guests of J. B. Hackett last week near It was generally remarked, how loveto thousands of pradnatea in positions. of Appeals; more stringent regulapu-- li it toils Coat or Full lltiineA Connr, including Tuily the bride looked iii her attire of white Miss Mary Spencer Smith Will Probably tion, Itocks and Hoard in family, about tions for punishment of election White Hall, Madison county. Ford Shorthand.Type-WntinDuchess satin, tho waist and sleeves and Telegraphy, Specialties. Leave The Infirmary. cor. Winchester Democrat. IN CONNECTION WITH Tub proposition to establkh postal frauds, and many minor matters. fiSTTho Kentnckr Unlveniity Diploma. UDd;r seal, being trimmed with Duchess lace. She awarded graduate Literary Conrne free, if desired. It was learned last week that Miss Hon. Vernon Beggs, of St. Louis, r.ninjrs banks is receiving some atteno vacation. Enter now. Graduates successful. wore a veil and carried loose a bunch of The New York Sun published In order to hare yrmr Uttert reach Ms, addrett only. tion throughout the country. Simply, Friday the names, rates of pension pergonal secretary to Judge Reynolds, bride's rose3. Her traveling dress was Mary Spencer Smith had tendered 209 West Maiu Street, WILBUR R.SN1ITH, LEXINGTON, KY. AT THE EXTREMELY the plan is that the government es and, address of all pensioners in receipt Assistant Attorney General of the brown, and most becoming. The groom her resignation as matron of the Pattie septl-ly- r tlcc29-4LOW PRICE OF tablish sum.J bmks all over the f more than $15 per month. The list United States, came by from Washing resides on a farm near to the homes of A. Clay Inflruia.y. The report was a OHMM HIWIIM O surprise to her many friends here, P ton on Monday and will accompany his BMMMMI country so tint the laborer can have contains 3,."C8 inaines. both his father and father-i- n law. He and tho follovsingpetition was quickly wife, nee Miss Mabel Terrill, to their In connection with this Clubbing Rate, we will, if you 5end you: a M'fe place wImiviii to deposit is a graduate of Yale College. Paris prepared: 'lhe Sun editorially says it wishes to home in St Louis, guess with the subscription price, forward all for you and thu it N claimed it will and establish the principle that the pension Kentuckian. Richmond, Ky , Jan. 0, 180S. adopt habits of fru- list is a loll of honor, him Mr. W. B. Felaud, who left recently GIVE YOU A CHAKCE AT THE MiSSiHQ WORD FIHD and that a penenJfis Mary Sixmcer Smith: gality. It is jK?rftctly premier to for Bath county, has located at sioner whosj name belongs theie by We, the undersigned, have learned courage the laborer to save a part of and is delighted with the At the end of period covered by th:s contest The Contltut n w p . right has nothing to fear, but much to to the successful party or part.es the full prize amount ti i: thatjou have tendered to the Board place and prospects. "Wo recommend but the monumental absurd- gain by the publication. thi- contest. The plan i simple and the content h.ie tv Uaukis.- - Near Union City, in this of Managers of the Pattie A. Clay Inpopular and have been condu.-teWilliam to the good people of Bath. ity of the government in enacting fajrru-- , t with The Suns Kills attention to the fact they have been widely cople-- after, but such absolutebecome equil none have such legislation as to make it impossi- that in the list printed there is proba- He is worthy of their good graces and county, Mrs. Thomas Harris. De- firmary your resignation as matron of Const tution's sreat oriRlnil series ble for the laborer to have any sav- bly the minimum percentage of frauds. will be a distinct accession to the com- ceased was a sister of Thompson that institution. IN ONE YEAR THE CONSTITUTION HAS PAID OUT Keen. We were greatly grieved to know ings and on the other hand propros The names presented constitute but munity. -ing to establish banks for bis benefit a little over per cent of tlie gigantic Shikflett. At the home of his that you contemplated giving up this by Mrs. The "tackj" partj-giveunique in this to be four miles east of town, work so soon after being would father, about in these missing word contents. It sets aside 10 pr cent of h enter the coming year prepared to give to the readinr; public that hich total of 970,014. The annual expendiLucy Ballard tlon t md received from subscribers cuessins at the ml?stng day and time. The government should ture represented by this fragment is Ed Ballard to Misses Thursday evening about 4 o'clock, the position by the unanimous vote of Swill pa quarter of a century contributions from the Dens of the ptmi litrmrv has made i: famoust UIC a "iii:. K n.s. r.A tnis find Is given to the successful eueser or A Doty, at Paint Lick, was world, illustrated by leading artists. A brief glance over its prosnectus announces such and Frankye r.,I,, generous. If the The fund s distrbuted with .ibolute fairnes. KUserthe in ibe i, Cyrus Shiftlett, of stomach trouble, the Board. It would afford us great be just before it in fan les.s than $2,900,000. week y Constitution has MORE THAN l.e and one of the most enjoyable events of aged 40 years. OUR PACIFIC PROSPECT suWnben. Burial at Union Sat- pleasure if you can see it to your inhalf paid laliorcrs of this onntry sucnuts i side 10 per cent from a'l euessers" ubcr'ption for thi- - I i ros t xirinvcrtt civil PR0m Urn. DAVID TCKFIE The Sun calls for the publication of the season. There were many grothe loasEitmr. laror.Tws or tt iTn3iit caiii. lion fund shows that the amount to be divided at each Inters il B, terest to withdraw B, WURTIllSGTOX C. tOBB ceed in saving themselves and fami- the entire pension list. enough to be worth str.vlnjr for. It Is not a v It says the tesque and "tacky" costumts worn by urday. Deceased leaves a wife and and continue your your resignation ..r eastekx MDtnn xd the wcmc the DKTELorunvr or out nunc D011IX fill propcs-tlontwo children. invaluable work lies from starvation as long as the job is beyond the power of any one hut the pan Is open and B, STEFI1E.Y BOX8.lt, In AniilTih B, CHARLES t tl'MXIS the contestants lor the prizes, but the mull lir tli P.wt Oniro Departmental simple ami ranter. nTlt..rln to bow to the paper. in administering to the sick and government continues RODEN'S CORNER-T- HE NOVEL OF THE YEAR they were won by Miss Lizzie Turley, by Henky Setov Mercian, author of "lhe Sowers." StnUn? novelties in slum fiction w.11 afflicted. We believe if you persist will of the money gods they will do COm''tWU h m.t the award at. r a . Stto?Jr , The publication of the entire list first prize, and Mr. C. F. Higginsas be conmbuted by such authors ?s WD Howells, Kidurd HatdinS Dav, Urander MattheW in your determination it will, at this well. The proiier function of the gov- cau easily be accomplished if the paFrederic Remington, Ruth .Mctnery Stuan, and others. There wul be a sens a art cles oa In one of these contests there was only one successful cu second. Lancaster Record. THE PROGRESS OF SCIENCE time, work an irreparable injury to To Celebrate Lee's Birlhday. EUROPE, POLITICAL AND SOCIAL ernment is to enact Mirb legislation pers of a State will publish only the an,i ln ART AND THE DRAVA .mrVhan has teen d stributed among successful aition to this In one year . ARMIES AND NAVIES guessrs. STUDIES IN AMERICAN SOCIETY Mrs. Field Miller, of this city, and AMERICA?! CHARACTER SKETCHES as will- uiako havings possible, and pensioners of Remember that, whether the mlsslnc word is supplied or no' it When other tonus have so long been the Infirmary. "We therefore beg you that particular State. Mrs. William Irvine, of Richmond, Postage free to all tubscrOcrt iu the United States, Canada, no R.iijr to puess. and even thoush not aiJ l!cxz:o. -r to withdraw your resignation if same the not to worry iteelf abont their colleccelebrating the birthdays of General Hie publication of a Kentucky-pensione- r Sub.$4ajear. Address HARPER & BROTHERS, PuD's.N.Y. City. SenJ far free prospsctas Ky., passed through Lexington last U. E. Leo, Richmond THE GREATEST OF ALL WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS FOR ONE can be done without great injury to tion and inestmenL Jackson Hushas not publicly in New York will do no good week ou their way South to spend the Yt:Al tler. Ke-honored the memory of the illustrious your future plans. that 'n view and send your cuess with your clubbinK subst - l ah far as the placing of the list before remainder of the summer. Mrs. for your home paper and The Weekly Constitution. This petition was signed by a large mWfj&ipmk mm&SR, &&&'& tkt rerh chieftain. & auspices of iiiiinity and well Kentuckians for scrutiny is concerned Miller is now in Bosedale, Miss., and Daughters Under theConfederacy the number of our best citizens, and the 1'nK lis i.i of the Should you already be a ;ub?criber to your home paper, n?mr i on Miss wishes, ah :i: iblv xpre.s, d b"low. because but few of our Herniation will Mrs. Irvine at Huntsville, Ala Wednesday night of next week, appro- Climax hopes sho will be able to to this paper for The Weekly Constitution for one year ac- - see the Sun. But if the papers of New Molly Fife, of Richmond, Ky., is the a" tho Danville Advocate will please will be forwarded to The Constitution with your guess. priate exercises will occur to which all heed their request aud remain with York will jmblisli Xew York pensionguest of Mr. and Mrs. George Land. the institution. i our citizens are invited. There will be ers and Kentucky papers Kentucky Gen. Lew Wallace Lexington Leader, January 10. II. S. Williams . u. tloweus OacaUuter r n or The Constitution Riiarantees that the amount of the awnrt! mil music and speeches, the piiucipal adpensioners, the list will be put before A Justifiable Pardon. V?k-Clteeycienm ce ic,s man smiv in cash, and it may be as much as " hi Prof. John Chandler, of Richmond, dress being by Dr. G. W. Youug, the the people who can scrutinize it and Governor Bradley and THE WEEKLY CONSTITUTION' IS fh '. ' I tell whether or not their neighbors who spent the Holidays with his pa- popular and eloquent Methodist minis"! lr h a TWELVE.PAGE.SEVEX.raLUMxJTOTHr John K. Homlrick, of tho First I are entitled to a pension for service in rents in this city, returned to Rich- ter and national temperance orator of Kentucky district, are on containing EIGHTY-FOU, COLUMNS ewr - r opposite k K. P. Adams of Richmond Friday this city. Himself a Confederate solequa.asa Weekly Newspaper in America; its new reports co'ver the wor .he war. Such a division of the list side, but they find time for tho pleast -Mai:; and Broadway. its correspondents and ngents are to be found in almost every bailtwicV will make possible a full publication mond, made a short visit hero a few dier, with enough Yankee lead in his of the st!-eing diversion of "tossing roses over and V. extern States iu and hit the mark effectively. The pen- days last week, much the detriment body to sink a sein, he will not need to the garden wall of politics." AN A mutter than Is orutanrHy found In any The men to Messrs. draw on his imagination for facts conhi co ntrsioners of each State should not only of a certain young man AiradlnirofTTMkpAnvritnfiAnh.. ukai IS NOTHING TO COMPARE TO THE ...MiiHiminuir u: . Sam Sanders, J. N. Turner, Hugh nected with the internecine struggle, are warm friends, and the intimacy is ITC .krilViI tl F t-- n..r, It wpectally toevery farm home In be published in their respective States, IiVlilll mmrarol Ararrlra. deeper for the face that they look r j IT KAK1I A i"S.?.'""-l- ' It- - Woman', I)rnnr,mPa,nniI ., but the county papers can take up and Fleece, Wm. Haselwood returned to from which Lee emerged with unsullied very much alike. A few days ago I'rcnN I . winjrr uce ain ciion mruti I":?:"l.TWT. - &ni nn irMt-.iinii .in roliiiro. , iinei,erarinn-nc:irhonor, reputation more exalted, and in ni.lrwil. The Ctoastitatlon is tfcmocrniir Htki iuir u i mi.! mifur i. publish a list of those within their Richmond, Monday. Col. Hendrick walked into the Gover....r.j nu.i.cmroi inr lTiuclpte cnancinted In the .atioanl Intfonn of ihr I'artT limits who are pensioners. This will Miss Anna Bales, of Richmond, Ky., the hearts of his followers second alone nor's office at Frankfort, and after a Get bring the list right down to the small- a handsome and accomplished young to Washington. THE FOLLOWING ARE THE CQM91T13HS OF THE COMTEST cordial exchange of greetings, ho said, At est locality. lady, was a pleasant visitor at the Left His Family. seriously: "Governor, I want you to Ten Per fert nf tho PBR riWT rt th. .mor.r, T"rSiv?nr!,TH?iJ I,J"TS home of John Day last week. It is Nicholasvillo is shocked over the isaue a pardon." Gucssers SubscripAlways Fresh! Always Tender ! said thai a certain "Savage" in this sudden departure of G. A. C. Hutchanwni; inwp nno lunif DZTct t tions goes to the "A friend of yours?" asked the Govmfcini; word. isv riht wirrl tw ' V wumti.-mFund to be divided. adorned himself in ison, a well known druggist, who, by ernor, kindly. He continued: "You Mutton, Spare Ribs, Sausage and o- JL Lard on hand. You will In other woids if this anion; tueac cnesKeri his brighest war pants and endeav- the way, was at one time interested know, John4 I try to conscientsous, find prompt delivery and good weight at all times. Mr. T. J. Moberley is ill at his home Subscription Fund THK CONDITION IMiECEDENT FOIt FXI)INr -- i v ored to capture tho heart of this in the drug store run here by Mr. A. and while I am willing to do anything on the Heights. amounts to $20,000 young maiden and when G. Woods. Both are graduates rnnled byayear-- snhBcnption to The Wwklf OwtiutfoiT (T handsome for this period then for you, I hope you have good rea- Telephone 15. BROADDUS & SON. of Judge P. II. Sullivan was in Frank- she bade him farewell ho was heard the fund to jo to the clnbblng offer, the cm- - at the mHln3 wcru rj? Central University. Mr. Hutchison sons for the request. State the caso dec22-t- f fort Saturday Irvine Street, Richmond, Ky. Kucssmost te enthh the aLH.ptHru wi W o wrTin J- - i successful tjuesscr to gently murmur that old Scottish owed about $700, which amount for me." wouid be $2,000. Mrs. William M. Irvine is visiting at poem, "Better love can neverte, will 5ni3ftSySi2w,.2L.I?!!?',.l"Wtimes as taey , would have fallen due some time this "I want the pardon for myself!" .t uur Rueas as many trbeeTrrT j PuCpttonk. We have just put on sale in our Hnntsville, Ala. you nae come back again?" Jackson month, and not having the money said Col. Hendrick, gravely. "I kilto IN .tl.VKINf. YOI'II AN"VIIR sentpnro nm ta T Mr. U. W. Tribble visited friends Hustler. say th Mwi; window a beautiful line of Wonl lor the a 3o e r,iniculr rrlo,! (dSgnatlng it the meet the obligations, it caused him to led a man at Eminence !" in Fayette last week. Pjclun-rmarked in PLAIN The Governor sprang to his feet The following persons composed a take the unfortunate step. Mr Hutchi1DI1ULNJ ALL. CLUIIUINfi OKUK1M TO. FOR THE COMING YEAR Mr. E. V. Elder and family are visit bridal party that left Harrodsburg for son left Nicholas ville on the morning and shot a keen glance at his friend Beautiful though tiSome Notable Features ing relatives in Meade county. Americus, Ga., with Mr. Reed Curry, of the 31st ult., going to Cincinnati, as if questioning his sanity, but tho These reminiscencia contain more unpublished war history than ffs mod in the most artistic nian-- i other took except the publications. bore the serutiny Hon. Eminett Vories, of Sweet Owen, to take part in his marriage of Miss from which point he wrote a letter to CHAS. A. DANA'S any intimately associated Government Stanton, Grant, Mr. Dana wis ith Lincoln. er, suitable for any home and at is shaking Sherman. Mr. John Steele, giving him tho pow- without a quiver. hands here Charlyc Wheatley next Thursday: gfeat ?ZU ot the F,vl1 War- - He bad the confident H?.i. REMINISCENCES President 7 hu great War Secretarv. and h...M.,. within easy reach. "For yourself!" cried the Governor; Miss Amelia Pearson, Miss Evelyn er of attorney in closing out his stock Miss Pattie Cornelison is visiting ?:,"J my, Lincoln called him her brother, Mr John Cornelison, in Price and MissOra Wilmore: Messrs. of drugs. George Hutchison had many "why man, what do you mean? Tell LVXt Lucieri and D. Curry, George Bohon friends and was highly respected in me!" " GorcraB"at coUecwn, St. Louis. which now contains orer 8.000 nesaUve, of almoTt priceleu hg "Well, it was this way, Governor," George Jessamine, being a member of the Mr. and Mrs. C S. Powell left yes and Phillip Thompson, and Advance shipments of 1S33 stock terday for a short visit to friends in McRoberts, the latter of Danville Nicholasville Board of Education, and said Col. Hendrick. "I was passing RUDYARD KIPLING rebellious tube. We have in hanrl'alu . Ar.. eU-- j Miss Wheatley is pleasantry remem- one of the best druggists that city has through Eminence and poked my are coming in rapidly, anil tin J Versailles. powerful grim. moTinE song of War Ships. It will be surrb'l v STORIES & POEMS bered in Richmond, having been a every had. He lefUa note to his wife head out of the car window. A man illustrated. Mr. Kiplme will be a freauent cnntriS,,tn. Mr. and Mrs, Win. B. Wilkerson, of aie so superior ii point of design a bridesmaid here at one of the most and three children, staling that he etanding by sung out, 'Why, hello, o "Tie rritner the. Lexington, were the the guests of Mrs. ANTHONY HOPE'S ,f and adoring that we are arixioiH-tbeautiful weddings that ever occurred had gone, probably never to return. Governor Bradly,' so I pull my gun invention, ia characters, .?". NEW ZENDA NOVEL situations, ,t ,he noblest and most siitfing in Tlramatie V. W. Pigg last week. Har-be- r on the spot " Anthony Hope loa ever written. and shot him in this county, that of MissRella ("Weekly Edition of the Commercial have you 6ee them. A Sensational Tribune.) Affair at Berea. President hudsatd AitliKr. Misses Annie McKee and Josephine and Curtis Burnam Hume, de'The patdon is granted," ejacdlat-e- d Ian ilatUren, OetaveFilirt Burr w:it: Anand mis. SHORT Thantt, Slefien Crane, ) mary Frost Assaulted. Grcttlv STORIES BY Schmidt attended a swell hop at the governor, as he gave a sight ceased. ? w"'"in.I'e orld,.ll cenu.fcute Now Tan Page Weekly. En Urged. MCLLuKES during the coming year. GREAT AUTHORS 'f Berea is greatly excited over an at- of relief, becaule, my dear fellow, last Tuesday. if Sorry we could not accept tho fol- tack upon the College President, BMBMMH ,KJf?7 imentlm. The result of eirht years' Trof. you hadn't killed the son in-- gun 1 Mr. R. L. Gentry spent from Friday lowing EDISON'S LATEST constant labor. Mountains s.ound to dust rNinvitation: "Mr. artl Mrs. J. W. G. Frost, by Ed. Montgomery, a During tins "between sea on until Monday with his father, Mr. T. extracted by ma netiim. The Fastest SHli. Ansnde". V. Vw ACHIEVEMENT and ,eo"uor of "TcrtiaiaS vessel hat R Davis. Campbellsville, Ky., re- young white man, who had been a stu- would." Louisville Times. fpeed of 1 tune" we will oiler you hbcrrJ J. Gentry, in Estill county. " n. Scrd for Sample Copies. Special Inducement to xr.i.-.-l Trffseee.hv the molt ccrr.ptent authority living. LordKehii an nnm inin quest your presence for the evening of dent at the institution. Cinb Eafaers. - w.....t.uu w.i.i itiu tiuusni M.1CUU31 on unsnlvrri n.nlA.n ,a character sketch and subitance of It seems that ' The llopkinsvillc postofiice will eoon inducements to make your paj er Messrs. J. Tevis Cobb, W. S Mob- Thursday, December 80, 8 p. in. to ' Drawn from fifteen y:arVpei jsnal cxceriencea hritr...... a colored girl student of tho college have tho free delivery system. .. r erley and C. F. Buruam attended meet Miss Lottie Maydwell and Mr. jnj engineei. by Htrlert H. Hanllin. It is a n..rtat've of I THE RAILROAD contracts now. had been expelled for improper v, acvn'urt. I.atardt.actidtnti anA OUR GREAT 3. . j court at Frankfort this week. v.via ' ai. dimatic as tpitc of fiction. . J. R. Rigge." Of this affair the Times- MAN'S LIFE with which Montgomery's name - robtmaster Frank Ginn-wi- ll lake Mr. St. John Newberry, of Cleve- Journal says: A Stupendous Enterprise ol charge of the postottice at Augusta next THE CUSTER ,.1?aCC0rUntOv,li"e,r,ib'eCt,rri""1own br Hamlin'Uarland Interest land, Ohio, was the guest of Mr. D. "One of the most delightful socials of to All Readers. Monday. aVl,"c?Antinit!eI,P,f " MASSACRE Awarded R. Tevis, on Sunday. the season was given at the palatial Ii rcae, metis, means of travel, water snpply, .guards cf life With the ready cash at bin I, we STIiE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNFS Highest Honors World's Fair. How's This! V. .S.fpcrts ard pleasures-t- he conditicns of life ofif trtr,A Mt and NEW YORK Dr. J M. Black, of Knoxville, who home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R Davis, Popthe .f ctrtur by Col. George E. Waring. Jr., Onmissioner of the took advantage of an unexpected is well remembered in Madison, lar and Main streets Thursday even. Ir.ir. S Department Of New Yoik. We offer One Hundred Dollars reward IN (950 ing, Dec. 30th. Guests began arriving in the county last week. opportunity of purchasingalarger for any case of Catarrh that cannot be Encyclopaedic Hand Book TWAIN at 8 o'clock and continued to come i.tTV'ringoi Motjiictlf", Rugs. These Miss OIlie Fant, of FlemiiK-sburg- , cured by Hall's Catarrh Cnrc. At. ... III. IS1I.UH . t ... ri.( 1L arrived, nJ ,u, uproi.ion, irom materials until 10. When tho hour of il F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. t brother of Mr, Stnnberg. AndreVs companion. iheTarnished bv nigs have nevei'bold for less than and Miss Bettio O wings, ofEwington, the spacious dinning room was thrown tf,J ADVENTURE' I "Wo the undersigned, have known F. Asia a jtory of reraa.kable adVeninr. andndurance are the guests of Mrs. D.M. Chenault. lurfhrtd JrtUVT. rm own storv. ms wrs To aqr yearly Subscriber S'.ID. Wc now of'er you choke r j open and the guests intered to partake J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be "T ' b h e.i4tk,tr North. The famous ploiVwrireof tae . years he lived..m regions fartonorth of one of Irvine's Miss May Benjamin, t for $3.50. A large number of danes of human habitation, of a sumptuous supper. Miss Lottie Wliojwill send 10c additional for posti-- e and lieve him perfectly honorable in all most popular young ladies, matricu- Maydwell and J. R. Riggs received made rugs, jut fnisbed, and pajganff. GOc Net to accompany each order business transactions and financially UJSSN lated at Madison Institute Monday. and entertained in a mo3t pleasant n'x expedition - important scientific knowledge to 'be gained by anTexoed should; adopt, and the AJj1'ABSOLUTi5LY HELTABLE able to carry out any obligations made added to our t ojk yesterday. r" Itf, the ocean the ad tta Miss Addie Burnside has returned manner. Not until 2 o'clock did the i water, etcThb knowledgeconcern? the AUTIlORrrY w2I be of 6 Jest Mine to science. by their firm. . They aie bargaii 6. from a visit to her cousin, Mrs. Rich- guests take their departure. "TSj cct artists and illnstratnrt ; ' SlfV.i?lli.?aTe.tals invaluable Tolam nr"f..i.. West & Tkuax, Wholesale Druggists, tlcal. Mth.ioM-ard Fox, at Richmond. Central Among those present we find the Toledo, 0. r r aa9 Jlgiftj, and Oeaeral , Becord. .names of Prof. John Chandler, K. V". & JJakvin, "Whole-"sal- e Waldiko, Kinxan -sn - m Ev Hie CoMMercial Mr. J. Coleman Reid, of Mt. Sterling, Adams, John Turner, H. B. Fleece, rn Druggists. Toledo, O. X 2?If?ier Nuater will t B!t fre, II, .a-- y. Tfca .awofeer contains the is visiting his sister, Mrs. D. M. Chen Guy J. Chandler, all Central Univer CVXCVX7XAXI, OHIO. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal Ho a fine lawyer and a brill-ia- sity boys, residents of Campbellsville. ly, acting directly upon the blood and MOST PERFECT 'MADE. , .. fask'i iK ia mthiermim M ault orator.is T TWCH- nmeow aarfacos of the system. ,TeU- Mss Eleanor Kenny and Mistf Mary I A pure Grace m rir Ti swLT 10 Cnt a ; ,Ym Mrs. .B. li.'Middelton, who spent the Nealearo organwig a Saturday Af--1 from Ammania, Akimoranyajtfuiiuiiimiakseiitfret). Price 75c. pgjti a Wfuj X.EXDJGTON, KY. Tjb holidays with her'paraate, Mr. asd: teraoon Club vWeh iwomisee to 40 YEARS HE 9TAMDAXK j J Bold by all' Draggiiti, . . s. s;i 7 '&: 'J aj? - The Richmond Climax. The Climax Printing Ex-Go- v. cept the grateful appreciation of citi- Mrs. Sharp, at Sholbyville, returned zens of Madison county: home last week. Why Boyle county was left in the " Miss Rebecca Edwards and brother, .Louisville district instead of being of Madison county, visited Mr. S. A. placed in tho proposed Richmond dis- Powell last week. Ruckervillo cor. trict, which would be the natural ap- Wichcster Democrat. portionment according to tho sugMr. Clifton R. Prowitt and Miss gested lino of division, has not been Patsoy C. Prewitt have returned to Mt. explained. Perhaps there was 6omo Sterling, after a pleasant visit to Mr. fear that Danville might contest Mrs. Geo. G. Prewitt, of thisplace. Richmond's claim for the location of and Miss Florrie Chenault returned the Court. That would provoke a struggle that might interfere with the home on Saturday night from tho plans of the District makers, possibly Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. delay matters, and may completely Sho will take a vacation of two weeks block tho scheme. However, there before her return. The following young ladies returned need be no fear on that score. Danville generally extends her best to their school in Richmond, Monwishes to Richmond, and although day: Misses Russell, Wassson, Lida she is left out of the new domain she and Francis Xtickols and Bello is perfectly content to remain where Graves. Versaillo cor. Midway Clipshe is, and hopes that Richmond will per. secure the honor sho has long been Mr. S. Neville Moborley has returned seeking and will enjoy to the fullest from Cincinnati and his is measure the fruits thereof. Coving- restored, much to tho gratification of ton and Lexington may seek to de- his manv friends. On Christmas night prive her of the distinction, but if he was struck in the eye with a Roman Judge Durnam is to preside over tho candle ball. new court, it is lltting that Richmond, Mrs. Robert McKee, of Lawrence-burwhich has a beautiful home already was the guest last week of her prepared and awaiting an occupant, mother, Mrs. Edna Yates, near Speedshould bo the choice and 6he need well. Mrs. McKee's visits arc always fear no rival. a source of pleasure to her many friends here. The principal points in Governor Mr. Thomas Phelps, of Madison, Bradley's message to the legislature is down settling up with the court as arc as follows: It shows the State's indebtedness to guardian for Miss Florence Myers Miss Lena Palmer, of Kirksvule, is be S3,45'J,503.r)7. Hancock county ofilcials severely visiting Mrs. W. "V. Lyon, of tho West criticised for failure to punish the End Stanford Journal. lynchers of the negro, Bushrod. who Miss Frankya Doty has returned was hanged in broad daylight on the home, after visiting friends and relapublic square. Mrs. Hattie B. tives in Richmond Shows that as a result of raiders the Tankersley, of Madison, spent Christ State's holdings in turnpike stock with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. have shrunk in value from $400,000 to Pumphrey. Lancaster Record. eye-eig- ht g, An Abscess Smbscri be Now! It Closing Out Sale! Entire Stock fSt J ..Pianos and OSrSpSrSllSi ood's alter-dlnn- W. P. Surles, . velvet-finishe- d - I an' ClritaL. THE DAILY THE NEW YORK STORE i 1 DISPATCH with Wor P-- t. Kepn-sentativ- e 1 passed MARRIED. 1 "AT IT F e veU-kno.- vn non-partis- .w Type-Writi- rSisXvS. Contest Began Jan. Ends March "98 Xc'to-n.an- r h, 1, lillpj, M f-- g, THE RICHMOND CLIMAX, S1.75 w IB DEATHS. I - n jpT CARPER'S MAGAZINE somt-tLin- g NEARLY &6T000 2. m CASH -- . catch-rnn- LOCAL. ln ". - su.-cef- p!(-m- .i WB&m ffik v m m m, m mrsm vo v n s?Ny r 7 y M$& jfK jttTh. Phv l& is&mm p j CF.Brower&Co At icr Times-Journa- l. Quail SON T ttkSi p&j &&&S&) Steak & Z EJroadlcitxs & Son.. R I priat-on- 4 ., ma-u- e l T ..! :.".. : imw hristmas PERSONAL. ds tJS,uE't. s .".".. "'"""i s c-- c f--. - Bargains. s FIG-ritE- S. McCLURE'S MAGAZINE ....... ,. -- 'ou-J- nrt to-da- es THE EICHMOND CLIMAX, Eiclimoud. Kv j Wall Papers. THE WEEKLY r S &&''""" ? COMMERCIAL GAZETTE tev g. Remember Wip-chest- er o V BUTS -- con-da- ct 11. I ,?. ,j -- 1 SPECIAL OFFER 'R """. i vis-relati- Of& n- -t "., SiSSEa:HissS;si 1 'km d r L IfREE CREAM .taN&gJS m BAMNG POMDfR Cr-a- Hl "I?? .ccct,ofEW,Srr.1edt 3iVa2rafe Cy, Bsn .itfi. illustrations .- Wr; UBrtKiaAVTrJii ..us iiiress ii C,,,t;'r. TrikB. J -- 1 ja&l- ac ;-- " v W cuq, yriiMC&Jmjk- .-t PRD8R NOW. - . ' 9" ft V The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 12, . 1S9S. First meeting of the Madison Coun ty Declamatory Contest will be held at courthouse Friday night,' January 14. D011'1 miss it. Admission 25 cents. No Money. let. The popularity of Ayers Cherry Pectoral, and the great demand lor a cheaper package, has been recognized by the proprietors in their new half-siz- e bottle, costing 50 cents. Reported every Tuesday at noon by E. Deatherage & Co., Staple and rancy uroccnes, Kicnmond, Ky.j EGGS BUTTER-Choi- THE (U1MAV with If.n crtmr- - M antee that its circulation exceeds 3 that of any other paper published C honor warrant. in Richmond. Frew Knocked O l.r- O a Advertisements will be received c word from State Superintendent Davidson that the balance due teachers would be paid as soon as the treasurer can out by Jim Walts. Superintendent J. Wagers-receive- d 15c cash. ce 1G in trade. country, Atheletics at Central University here, -- Civil and equity term of circuit was knocked out in four rounds at court convenes Mondav Louisville Friday night by Jim Watts, HandsDme home for rent, cheap. the negro pugilest, formerly of this city. G. l'rewitt's ad James Frew, formerly Professor of Cherry Pectoral First meeting of BEESWAX 2025c. DRIED FRUIT Apples bright, 4c. WOOL Clear grease wool, lS20c; burry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c. CHEESE-Coun- try, 12l5c. T'S - ALL - OVER - NOW! The full trade and the holiday trade have come to a close, and having had the largest and most successful season during its business career, the 10c. SEED-$1.50$- 1.5o. 5S3 TIMOTHY T J. Curtis left last week with a car of mules for Decatur, 111. Mr E. G. Parrish has been appointed Storekeeper-Gaugc- r in this district. A man's business is known by the iiiUcrttsraent ho carries in his home paper Mr. Bennett's Building Stiil Suffers. Creditors of Mrs. T. G. and Win, The late rains, occurring before the workmen could repair the damage caused by the flro in the Pantagrapb ofllce, have flooded the Bennett building on Main street, and the plastering is falling, tho walls are saturated and in case of a freeze the latter will be seriously damaged. BanK Opened With Prayer. CLOVER SEED-2.750. the Madison County od, BLUE GRASS 40 Declamatory Contest will be held at court house Friday night, January 14. 50c; extra clean, G075c; fancy clean, pure seed, $1$1.35. Don't miss it. Admission 25 cents. SEED-Stripp- has recently returned from school at Nashville, Tenn. She has a sweet soprano voice, and is highly accomplished. Her home is at "Wagers' Heights," two miles from Irvine, Ky. Courier-Journal MISSAXME JOn WAGERS. A charming Estill-counbrunette, ty I'arrih. see notice of T. J. Smith. Trustee. Cin-.nati. Considerable interest was manifested here over the sensational report that Senator Charlie Bronston had been thrashed by Davo May, over a card game at Frankfort one night last week. Col. Craddock gives this, perhaps tho true version of the affair. 'As we arrived at Frankfort, Wednesday, there were reports of May, of Elizabethtown, aud Senator Charles Bronston, of Lexington, having had difficulty that morning at 2 o'clock. As wo stepped into the Capital Hotel we mot Senator May and we greeted him by saying. "Why, you don't look like you had had much of a fight " He jestingly said : "No, I am not the man." He and his wife are both couisins of Eldor J. S. Sweeney's wife. Bronston was not hurt as badly as reported, and the reporters generally tried to say little about the occurrence, but Louisville Commercial, tho Republican organ, couldn't forego the opportunity Thursday of showing two Democratic Senators off Post Office. See card on first page. President Billy Wcalherford. as bellifierants, and of course the two Clothing at prices never so low at Tho Huston villa correspondent of Cincinnati afternoon papers of that sept Stouffers. the Danville Advocate says of a day copied. All made friends, and no Covington has routed former will know citizen of Rich- one would have thought much of it but for the exaggerated publication." the A. T. T. Chenault residence on mond." North street, lately vacated by Mr. "W.H. Wcatherford, President of MR. STABLER SAYS Elmer Deatherage. The latter rents Ltho Hustonvilio fe Carpenter's Creek Mr Covington's home on Third street. piko, has replaced the polo at the gate Local Treatment lor Catarrh Does near town aud is taking toll again. No Good. A new stock of buggies, etc. at He was forced to do this on account John Donelson's. Mr.E. M. Stabler, Payne, Ohio, writ of tho county bonds being issued The Daughters of the Confederacy being 'pronounced of no value. Tho es: "I had catarrh of the head, I tried will celebrate tho birthday of Gen'l. best legal ;talent in the land so pro- a local catarrh remedy and it did me House on nounces them to be. Tho only way no good; I tried two different catarrh Itobert E. Leo at January 19 at 8 p. m. The camps of now out of this dilemma is to lease snuffs and they did me no good; I tried W. C. V.'s and Sons are requested to them until another vote is taken, and a catarrh balm aud it did mo no good; be presentxand the public invited to then the matter will be settled. Wo our home doctor and his medicine did docattend. have no fears of raiders, unless some me no good; I tried a Fort Wayne tor and he did me no good. I gavo Best meat and sausage at W. J. of those bold, bad boys of Boyle counthem all up, for Shearer's meat shop. First street. ty shonld inarch up this way." they were doing nov22-2mme no good. All Churl cs While's Insurance Case Put OH. they were after Look out for a fellow selling bakJudge TJarr has postponed the hearing was my money, cans to of ing powders. He offers three and they got it, the case of Chas. White's heirs vs. be delivered in monthly installments. Tho Nederland Insurance Co. until and that was all tl.ey wanted. He collects a good fee for the first can June. His Honor stated that inasmuch Then I got a and agrees to bring a largo crayon as tho case would be appealed anyhow, Almanac protrait with the second can, but ho he would take more time to study the it I road and all swindler. never comes back. He is a through delicate points at isbue as the entire inP r u n, Glasgow Times. surance law was involved, or words to recommended for catarrh. Big Pensioners In Madison County. that effect. There is a 16,000 policy in was highly took eight bottles and they cured me shows Ken-luc- the contention, which the Company The Pension Bureau by the suppression sound aud well. I am 59 years old nnd in the pension claims quite can do a good day's work right along. business. Tho list sbows two in tho of vital facts in tho petition lor insur- I is the best medicine think lap's array of witnesses had CI (VI 1. in thn $72 , ance. A Tec ... w ijci luuiuii ujtwt been subpenaed by botn sides ana tney that was ever got up for catarrh. I class, and 20 in the 350 class, and the Frankfort on think every ono that has catarrh lord and Bureau only know how were in readiness logo to notiflcdof the should use it, as. I believe it will do the they were many in 'the vast army comprisingthe Monday when same for others as it has done for me." other classes. Of the $72 class are postponement of the trial. The Drug Mann Send to Tho Cobb are J. Tevis P. Reeves, of this city, and jneys for the Company Moberley, of Richmond, and factoring Company, Columbus,' jOkip, of the Word Alcorn, of Kingston; College! sndW..S.and Hactnian's Phelps Thn. f Louisville. . for Dr. your druggistfree book on catarrh. 50 class, is Irvine Burton, of fora free Trm ctA tkoir n ton nnwr. f Jtsers. KJ. . w " Almanac for 1886: . r ' ltf attetSMfS fortbeheiw. ous to mention this week. ??llJl?a . . it ' 5i t. Ex-Senat- The Bank of Morehead, Rowan county, has opened its doors for business. Dr. Laudman, the Oculist of Bev. L. F. Mann read psalms, after will beat Mr. J. D.Willis's resiwhich he invoked the blessings of dence to day. God to rest upon the institution. stoufler is the oldest clothier, furnishThe Advance , edi ted by W. F. Schooler and Hatter in the city. er, lato of Richmond, celebrates the -- lie". I. 1$. Timbcrlake will peach at event with an eight page edition. the Daptist church moruing and eveu-iiBring It Back! next Sunday. Some individual actuated by more if I havn't what you want give me curiosity than politeness removed from nr order subject to approval. this ofllce the old powder horn left here on exhibition by Col. Jonathan Estill. John Donelsox. -- The man who struck Hilly Patter- The latter is a worthy descendant of the son has been located. See out side old Indian fighter, and he will keep on the trail of the son of a sun who took jia?i a good good story, it is. that horn. Come up, put up or he will Roberts House first class board blow you up. a.) lodging reduced to $3 50 per week Off For The Klondike. TaMi in town. janl2 Will Watts, - Tlif- Daughters of the Confederacy Watts, left on son of the late Buck Saturday List and told . .died to meet at Dr. Poyntz's home friends here he was off for the Klondike. ii I nday at 10 a. in. Important busiHe went to Chicago to join a party ness of seven, two of whom were old miners. smufler sells clothing cheaper than Thence he intends to go to Seattle and a,.iuijv. remain there until spring, when they ' apt. John A. Iliggins is book-- will sail for the land of eternal winter sunshine. per for D. B. Shackelford & Co , and and rca U to welcome his friends there c Chief Christopher. ticr after. On last Tuesday night week Mr. Double rooms in third story over Charles Jacobs tendered his resignadrug store for rent. Suit--a tion as chief of the Fire Department i for Lodge or Bed Booms. which was accepted by the city counjan.Vlm cil. The council then elected Mr. W H. Higgins. of Stanford. John D. Christopher for their chief. i.r.ither of J. A. Higgins, this city, Mr. Christopher has had considerable ,is paralyzed last week, and is in a experience in fighting fire and we predict he will make a good chief. nMr-a- l condition. The Bird Law. - Stoufler sells clothing cheaper than .iMbody. It is now unlawful to kill quail or - First meeting of the Madison County pheasants. This is the law. Sec 1944. Kintucky Statutes "No I eiamatory Contest will be held at person shall catch, kill or pursue with . art house Friday night, Januaiy 14. such intent, or have tho same in posli"n t miss it Admission 25 cents. session after it has been caught or killStoufler and save money on ed, any quail, partridge or pheasant, iiing, over coats and underwear. between the first day of January and the fifteenth day of November in each de- Mr. L. Brook's year." - .jiuutury contest will be held at WinOur Merchants Aro Our Neighbors, And The 4, instead of at Cynthiana Feb-- r Golden Rule Applies. as formerly announced. ian Did you ever get value received e stoufler for cheap overcoats. when buying from a peddler or strangm er! Certinly not and besides they do 1 irst meeting of the Madison Coun-l'- i. not accomodate 30U by crediting 3011, (amatory Contest will be held at or taking produce in exchange for Iiouc Friday night, January 14. their goods. Patronize your merchants iit uuss it. Admission 25 tents. who extend your favors Is it right to orderat Stoufler's at ready when you have cash on hand to pay Vms it to strangers, and make your honest ie prices. merchant wait. s. W. J. Shearer for best meat To College Without Cost. Kiumige, dressed fouls, butter and Tho Cincinnati Commercial Gazette Will also buy eggs and poultry (weekly edition of the Commercial ii highest rah price. janl2-lTribune) offers to pay the entire exIts a hard matter to keep a stock penses for a s' term of in. hides on hand all the time; but structions in college for any poor u will leave vour order with me young man or womam who is unable n will get what you want. to defray their own expenses getting John Doxelsox. an oducation. Write a postal card for Capt- - Tom Ellis learn a copy of tho weeklv edition of the t regret that ho is laid up with a paper and find a full explanation of l spmined ankle, due to a frosty the plan. This is one of tho boldest s't-from which he slipped ouc day last strokes of modern jouralistic enterprise Coal to Burn! Ve Stoufler for underwear. That's what most coal is for, but good - Ist Thursday Sheriff Colyer re- coal burns slowly and throws out the lumed Harrison Durnain to the asylum most heat. You don't want coal merely to burn. a whence lie had escaped r .vntlv. lie is a son of John Burnam, You want it to last and to furnish plenty of warmth. dweasod. Burning coal often means burning Hats and caps late&t styles and lowmoney if you don't get the good, the sept est prices at StonfTer's. economical kind. Ours is 11 cents per Dr. Fred Smith, a graduate'of the bushel delivered, and lasts as long as a f I . Dental College. Louisville, lias bushel nnd a half of other kinds. Colelocated in Dr. Burgin's office. He is a man Neff, Agent, telephone 90, R. N. I careful, skillful dentist and has his card & B. depot, in the Climax. The Mystic Midgets. All The Young Folks In This Play. Don't buy your shoes until 6ce Ireeman Bros.' line; prices, S2, S3 and Mrs. Jason Walker has undertaken SI. nov the task of training up a score or more Mrs. Million is now agent for the of children from 3 to 10 years of ago Southern Investment Company, and for the rendition of an entirely new psrfomance, The Mystic Midgets. Tho will now enter upon a career as successful in business as it has been for twelve play requires a New York instructor, and will cost something to put ii on vears as County Superintendent, tho stage here. But Mrs. Walker's Don't buy a suit or hat for your boy energy and ability are equal to all such w uhout seeing Stouffers. undertakings and we predict thetThe Dr. V II. Hobson, the dentist, Mvstic Midgets will bo tho most beaumakes notice of bis removal to this city tiful and successful of the many Exfrom Louisville and is already engaged cellent public performances of this in practice at his elegant office next to season. sept-29-Cm Dr. Ashbaugh Leaves For Arkansas. i; ist - ni - sept-29-G- m K semi-annu- sept-"J-Gi- ii sept-2y-C- c mid-wint- er - - sept-29-C- - sept-29.G- m . I m three-month- Iru-ndso- f p sept-20-G- m On Sunday last Mr. Noble Eubanks, a college boy from Glasgow, who, with Last week the Climax stated that three other young men from that place, Hon. J. A. Cohen, of Woodford, lately board with Rev. Dr. McMillan, on Filth a guest of his son, Mr. Matt Cohen, Street, missed 54 from his trunk. project he is now investigating is given had been for fifty years a member of Tho cook was arrested on suspicion of on our first paSe. the State Board of Equalization, the theft by Chief Fceny who was New Directors For Banks. which was an impossibility, as neither placed in charge of the case of tracing The annual election of bank directors up the money. Mr. Cohen nor the Board of Equalizaplace yesterday, as follows: The careless practice of college boys took tion has been in existence that long. State Bank aud Trust Co : J. Stone in thus storing up their money where There is no accounting for printers' Walker, J. H.Powell, David Chenault, errors. How they got the word "fifty" thieves can easily break through and John B. Chenault, II. B. Hanger, R. E. out of "eight" is past ourcomprodunc-tion- . steal, is quite prevalent, and has often Turley, E. D Ballard, Ino. R. Gibson resulted in losses like the above The four We have seen some laughable and J. A. Sullivan. errors in papers in the past. The late hanks of Richmond would gladly care Madison National Bank: WallerBen-nctt- , Editor Marion Green once wrote: for tho funds of tho young collegians H. B. Dillingham, W. S. Moberley. and we havo never missed an opportu"When Richmond gets water works she will be blossoming as the rose." nity to urge them to take this precau- J. W. Gibbs, N. B. Deatherage, A. R. Burnam, W. O. Chenault. Old Printer White, who was raising a tion against petty thefts. Farmers National Bank: John Bennice strawberry on tho tip of his Youngest Patient Ever Committed to Lexnett, Jas. Bennett, C. F. Burnam, S. S. snoot, set up tho line as follows: ington Asjlum. Parkcs, D. P. Armer, T. J. Smith, Hen"When Richmond gets water works On last Friday Ezekiel Tudor, sou of ley Haden. she will bo bleeding at the nose." As Wm. Tudor, who resides iu the Poosey Mr. Green was an advocate of the Richmond National Bank: J. W. precinct, was tried before Judge Sulliwater tax ho promptly rewrote the van for luuac'. Tudor is only eight Caperton, I. Shelby Irvine, W. C. item and thus smothered tho dire years of age and is the youngest person French, G. W. Pickels, S. B. Phelps, J. S. Boggs, R. W. Miller. prophecy. Other errors of tho kind ever tried in Madisoncounty for lunacy. too numerous to mention. The testimony showed that for several Rev. I. B Timbcrlake Resigns as Chaplain of the First Regiment, I. N. G. Ernest Moore, a Georgetown College Student, years after his birth, Tudor was as bright as the general run of children. Dies at Paint Lick. Rev. I. B. Timberlake, who has acIt is with sincere regret that wo Abut three years since since, he began cepted a call to the pastorato of tho chronicle tho sudden death of our young to havo epileptic fits and shortly after First Baptist church at Richmond, friend, Krnest Moore, the seventeen-year-ol- d that he was kicked on the head by a Ky., has resigned his position at chapson of W. O. Moore, w ho re- mule and then his reason seems to have lain of the First Regiment, I. N. G., sides near Paint Lick. The young man left him almost entirely. It was very owing to his removal from the state. had retuned home for the Christmas pitiful to hear him constantly sayiug The following letter was sent by Rev. holidays trom Georgetown College and during the trial, "a mule kicked me." Mr. Timberlake to Governor Mount: it is supposed that the change from the "A mule kicked me." He is the youngNEW ALBANY, IXD., DEC. 29, '97 close "confinement of his college work est patient ever committed to Lexington Hon Jas. A. Mount, Gov. State of to the open air aud inclement weather Asylum. Indiana: Honored Sir I herewith hand you my resignation as chaplain during Christmas caused him to contract Monument To Green Clay Smith. of the First Regiment, Indiana Nata cold w hich resulted in deep pneumoTho Washington Post, sent by 6ome ional Guard. This position I have nia. He was ill only one week, but it friend, has this item in its issue of held for the past seven years, in was a period of the most intense sufferJanuary 2! which I have always ing, several attendants being required to my "The planter model of tho bronzo host efforts. Tho striven togive held hold him in bed. His death took place relationship tablet that will adorn the monument with tho militia of Indiana has always last Saturday night at 11 o'clock. The to be erected at Arlington to the mem been one of extreme pleasure. My burial occurred at the family hurrying ory of tho late Gen. Green Clay Smith, work now is in a neighboring state ground of Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson, his who died in this city, June 25, 1895, and forces me to server my connecgr mother who resides about two has been received by J. C. Manning tion therewith, and it is thus with miles northeast of Berea. This death is & Co., of this city, who have tho cona peculiarly sad one. The young man, tract tho sarcophagus. The model the deepest regret that I bid adieu to the eldest of five children, was possesed was made by Louis Amatels, in Rome, you and my beloved comrades. Faithfully yoursever, to command, of a bright mind, of exemplary habits, Italy, The handsome shaft will be dedI. B. TutUEKIiAKB, and bade well to be a source of great icated next Decoration Day under the Chaplain 1st Regt., I. N. G. pride to his parents, whoso sorrow now auspices of the Union Veterans knows no bounds. Union, who appropriated How It Occurred. Tho friends of Dr. and Mrs. J. I. Ashbaugh will regret to learn of their departure for Arkansas, to make their future homo at Ft. Smith, in that State. Dr. Ashbaugh is not onlv n fine Homeopathic physician, but is a fruit culturist and an ingenious mechanic. Ho has invented two or three improved farm implements that should make him considerable money. Dr. Ashbaugh married a daughter of tho late Alexander Cor-nclison, of this county, about twelve years moved to Knoxville where he had a lucrative practice. They returned to Richmond to be near the relatives of Mrs. Cornelison. His wife's parents now being dc?d the Dr. and his family will seek to settle permanently in Arkansas, and their Madison county friends extend tho best wishes for their prosperity and happiness. ago-and Rev. W. S. Gamboo, of Lexington, was here Monday on "his way home from Madison county where lie has charge of Uniou. A curious coincidence for a country church occured Saturday. Two funeral processions arrived at the church almost simultaneously and the juneral of two persons were preached at the same time, both the parties having died the day previous. One was Mrs. Paulina Harris, aged seventy-on- e years, who died of dropsy, and the other was Cyrus Shifilett, aged thirty-eigh- t, who uieu 01 consumption, itie bodies were Culling at Crutchcr. buried within a few hundred yards of On Monday Deputy Sheriff P. P, each other. Winchester Democrat. Broaddus arrested Charles Bowman on Mr. Hanger's Nicaraguan Appointment. a warrant for cutting with intent to By copying tho Winchester Demokill Lewis Lamb, in the Crutcher precrat's kind and complimentary notice cinct Sunday. The trouble arose over of Mr. Harry B. Hanger's appointa young lady whom both had been ment to visit the Nicaraguan Canal, visiting. Lamb was stabbed several we w ere led into its error of saying that times, but how dangeiously is not yet Mr. Hanger went as the substitute known. Judge Sullivan fixed Bowfor another gentleman who could not man's bond at $250, which he readily accept the commission. The fact.is, gave, his bondsmen being G. W. and we have been shown tho letter, Pickels and R. C. II. Covington. The Mr. Hanger consented to go only young men bear good reputations and that after the urgent solicitation of ' the is said to be their first difficulty this managers of tho expedition. The with anybody. high compliment to our fellow citizen Coal To Burn! A Coincidence. Busy Bee Cash Stores -- That's what most coal is for, but good burns slowly and throws out the most heat, You don't want coal merely to burn. You want it to last and furnish plenty of warmth. Burning coal often means burning money if you don't zet ihe good, the economical kind. Ours is 11 cents per bushel delivered, and lasts as long as a bushel and a half of other kinds. Coleman Neff. Agent, telephone 90, It. N. I. & B. depot. coal Has decided to commence the greatest-- CLOSING OUT AND CLEARANCE 'EVER HELD IN THE CITY SALE ra-- life' Not a Single Item in this Great Store has 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 coods in many departments entirely lost sight of. our object being to close out the entire line. - X If you haven't bought your winter dress goods, dress trimmings or silks, come and get them. Don't think you haven't got tho money, for just a little money goes a long T7ay in this department. 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. You can buy a grain sack full of shoes and boots for what a few pair formerley cost you. We are Belling in this great cut price sale good heavy, winter shoes for ladies at 69c per pair. Good winter boots for men at S1.19 per pair. Children's shoes almost put ia to fill up the sack. His Trunk Robbed. should not be diminished by making it appear that he was sent on this important errand, when it is true that he was warmly solicited to go. A colum account of the stupendous (. 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. If j'ou need any carpets for your houses this spring buy them during this sale and save 25 per cent. keen-edge- d J-- Nice bleached table damask. 23c per yard; good red table cloth, full width, fast colors, 17c per yard; good outing black cotcloth will be sold at 4c per yard; full yard-wid- e ton, clear of dressing, only 4Jc per yaru; Green Ticket Sea Island cotLonsdale, only 0c 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. 6 We will offer during this sale ono lot of about 400 pair ladies' oxfords at 69c per pair. There is not a slipper in this lot that is not worth from $1.25 up to S2.50, 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. rjzzi3& What we have left in underwear will be sold at the prices: Children's 10c vests at 5c; 15c vests at 10c; 25c vesh" at 15c; ladii s' 25c vests at 15c; 40c vests at 24c; 50c vests at 29c; men's .Toe ribbed vests at 23e; men's 50c ribbed vests at :5'Jc; men's 75c and SI vests will be closed at ono price, 40r; drawers to match .ill vests, same price as vests. follow-in; 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- In this sale you can get good men's hats at 39c; real fur hats for men, nobby and stvlish, at C9c. 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 be jammed with eager pnrshasers. 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. - H v - ftlf Thanking )7ou before hand for your patronage of this sale and ior your liberal past lavors, we are very respectlully, r-K -- A 18H1 : i. ULlMlAlu & lUJuFAWL rxrw i " nr r rx " m" y-- k i tt"xt - mi In Olden Times Stray Mule. Charlie Bronslon's Difficulty at Frankfort. 29-l- Ex-Senat- n 17-l- m S3pt-2D-G- m 29-fir- n Ex-May- or tbe-Cou- rt Cupid Is Knowing. It is a natural impulse for a woman to desire to be attractive and to provide means to assist her. Cupid is a knowing little scamp, and when he whispers into the ear of some fond friend the advice to send her a ring or box of jewelry, he knows he's said just the right thing, and means for It you to jjo to D. P. ARMERS'S and get the desired article. Try it and you will Count Dehaneff, Minister of Public come out winner. iu the election of the new Board, was Because it strengthens acd invicorates Iustruction of Russia, hvtlead. manifested at the meeting when the Goosebone prophets say severest cold the glands and the stomach, until they City Judge, H. C. Rice, was refused a weather is vet to come. are ablo to do their work alone. Shaker court clerk at $25 per month. Tho atDigestive Cordial cures indigestion cerTrinl and True. tempt to increase tho police force met Residence ot Mrs. J. Sherman Dudley, corner Moberley and Third Streets. Thousands have tried Dr. Caldwell's tainly and permanently. It does so by with determined resistance, especially Janl2-4G. O. PREWrTT, Agt. persons having claims agninst Mrs. T. O. All means, aud therein lies the earnest in his opposition being Mr. G. Syrup Pepsin for constipation, indi- natural to the present and secret its wonderful and unvaried suc- office wm. Parrish will properly them acverified ol T.J Smith, Jr., G. Prewitt, who explained that ho gestion and sick headache and have cording to law within 30 days or same wiU be jyR. FRED SMITH. T. J. SMITH. Trustee. barred. had been elected on a platform opposed found it true to the claim mado for it, cess. At druggists, price 10 cents to $1.00 . janlZ-t- f DENTIST. -- . to needless expenditures, and that ho viz: that it is the best remedy now beper bottle. It 2 Ofilco, over Collins' Oroccry. same office thought the peace and security of fore the good people for tho relief of lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Bargin. Janl2-l- y MASTER COMMISSIONER'S London is to have electric lights. our inhabitants were .adequately pro- stomach troubles. Trial sizes 10c, large tected by tho present efficient force. BtzesW) and $1.00 of B. L. Middleton Catarrh is a Discasa Mr. Chales Jacobs resigned his po- Richmond, Ky. Which requires a constitutional remedy. sition as Chief of tho Fire DepartSheep killing dogs aro thinning out It cannot he cured by lacil applications. Madison Cibcuit Coubt. ment and Capt. John Christopher, tho sheep in Cas3y county. Taken np a white cow with blue neck and Hood's Sarsaparilla is wonderful y suc- Julia A. Crandall's Executor, Plaintiff, onco at the head of the department, blue streak on back and long horns and looks 1 against Everybody Ears So. to be sercn or eight years of age When first cessful in curing catarrh because it eradi- Clark Crandall, Ac, Defendants. was elected to succeed him. seen wandering around about four months Cascarets Cand v Cathartic, the most wontho estatj Messrs. G. W. Pickels, A. E. Carso derful medical dfscoVerr of tlio age, p ess-a- cates from the blood tho scrofulous All persons having claims against notified t since, had a large bell on her but it has since taken off causo it. Sarsaparilla. of Julia Crandall, dee'd., are hereby the under- beenby paying by some one. Owner can have taste, act. gently and G. G. Prewitt were appointed on and and refreshing; to tho liver and bowels, taints which file the same legally verified, with for feed and cost of this adcow positively on kidneys, signed on or before the 17th day of January, vertisement. JAMES MOORE, even after other remedies utterly fall. the Finance Committee, which audits cleansing tlio en tiro systrra, dispel colds, 18ys, or same will be barred. Kingston, Ky. jan5iw euro headache, S SCOTT, M. C. M. C. C aud passes upon all bills and expendi- and biliousness.-- fever, habitual constipation 8. It Please buy and try a box Hood' Pills arc prompt, always reliable, tures of the city. 10, 23. r.O cents, bold and of C. C. C easy to take, easy to operate. It Vouchers were ordered issued for guaranteed to euro by all druygists. lle the funs for tho memorial at their annual meeting held in Lima, Ohio. The monument is of polished granite and will somewhat resemble that of Sheridan now in Arlington. It is to bo sixteen feet high and eighteen feet square at the base. Tho bronze tablet which will be placed near the foot of e the Bhaft bears a portrait medallion of Gen. Smith encircled by a weather of oak and laurel leaves. Just under it the name of the dead soldier appears in bold relief. Beneath this an open book, in bronze, will contain the military and civic record of the deceased "engraved in life-siz- C.fcCAnETSstimulateliver, kidneys and or Cake catting and quilting- are still bowels. Never sicken, weakenmavl-l- gripe. y 10c. popular rural pleasures. Col. J. II. Carr, froraerly of LouisDon't Tolacco Spit and Smoke Your Life Away. ville, died at Washington of heart trouIf yon waut to quit tobacca using easily an J forever, be made well, strong, magnetic, ble. full or new life aud vigor, taho tho wonder-workeUiat makes weak men A business man is not the most pa3trorig. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. of your tient creature in the world. He cannot Over 400,000 cured. Buy dmsgist, under guarantee to care, 50c or wait to hear any story of $1.C0. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. Sterling ItemedyCo.jCliioairo or New York. the cause of his ailment. Hedoes'tcare Are much In little; always of ready, emclent, satisfac This is bargain time with merchants two straws about a fine spun theory tory; pre vent a cold or fever. how he should treat himself. He may cure all llrer lilt, nick head in country and town. ache. Jaundice, constipation, etc. Price be predisposed to scrofula, or consumpcenti. The only nils to take with Hood's Sarsaparllia. CUBAN 6 ' L curea tion. "That" ho will tell you 'has nothPlasifoi' V Cuts, Burns, Bruges, Rheu- ing to do with the case." He wants to The new Vine Grove, Hardin county, matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. be well. If he can be cured, write out paper seems to be prospering. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to TV. a prescripiton and send in yonr bill. So, Q. White. r, long-drawn-o-ut People overlooked the importance ot permanently beneficial effects and were satisfied with transient action; but now that ic is generally known that Syrup of Figs will permanently overcome habpeople itual constipation, will not buy other laxatives, which act for a time, but finally injure the system. Buy the genuine, made by the Califorjan nia Fig Syrup Co. well-informm About a month ago a dark bav mare mulo came to my placo and since that time has been taken care of by me. Owner will call, pay charges and get same. Chas. Sopek, dcclo-lm- o Richmond, Ky. The Senate went into executive ses . sion to consider the Hawaiian treat-- CAN AFFOED IT For Sale ss ! i- 11 &; - ii Forty-thre- e acres of land, 12 acres of which is first-clariver bottom land, with good dwelling house awl stabfo thrown in. One juarter mile from Shearer's water tauk, on Otter Creek. For further particulars call on or aildre&a ;ja J. B. septlo-3m- o GRIMES. Ford, Ky. Central If University, oo The pod of love can atTord to be generous often where other serious people cannot. Remember if tho little god of love hovers in your horizon, you can afford to win his "good graces bv a generous gift. "We have the stock for you to select from. "Woman's Opportunity. The jewelo we are having on display is the best as to variety, beauty and price we have ever handled. None of our women patrons should resist an opporfunity of this kind, Gratify your desire now to buy that pet trinket. Pills THE SECOND TERM OP Central University will open u 2j A i Monday, January 3d, 1898. Tuition for the Second and Third Terms ending June 9th, in College proper $30 ; to the Preparatory Department $2.3. L. S. 3LA701T, Chancellor. dec2-2w A Good Morehead expects a building boom often saves money and also good health. this spring. If you are troubled with constipation, indigestion or any form of stomach According to a celebrated anatomist trouble remember to take borne a bot- there aro upwards of 5,000,000 little tle of Dr. Caldwell's Syiup Pepsin and glands in the human stomach. These scrint." health will be restored to you. Trial glands pour out the digestive juices sizes 10c (10 doses 10c) large size 50c which desolve or digest th-- food. IndiNew City Council Meeting. and S1.00 of B. L. Middleton, Richmond gestion is want of juice, weakness of Tho Council elected last November, jan-Ky. Ira glands, need of help to restore tho was called to order for the first time health of these organs. The best and Publication of a weekly paper at by the new Republican Mayor, Mr. most natural help is that given by Shakhas been postponed. Claude Smith, last Tuesday night. er Digestive Cordial. Natural, because Tho spirit of retrenchment and reform Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the it supplies the materials needed by the which animated the canvass resulting finest liver and bowel regulator ever glands to prepar the digestive- - juices. made. mayl ly Memory hero's the first part of the proposition. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a microbe hunter and killer. Many persons of scrofulous blood, encourage the breaking out of unsightly sores, to prevent the disease going to the lungs. There is no need of this state of dread and discomfort Purify the blood. It can be done. "Golden Medical Discovery', will cure 98 per cent, of all consumptive cases, also of all other lingering bronchial, throat and lung diseases. Estray Notice! On or about December 27th, 1897, 1 dark bay mare came to my place, left hind foot white, little lame, from 8 to 12 years old, any one proven same and paying cost can get same at T. S. Bnrnam's farm near Paint Lick. Ky. Jan5-4WILLIAM WILCOX. w 313 Notice to Creditors. ForRent. Estray Strayed Horse. From my place near Waco, last Monday night, a small bay mare with 12 branded on left hip and scar on left hind foot. Liberal reward wUl be paid for return of same. jan5-2w FRANK DICKERSON". Waco, Ky. WANTED AGENTS. "lie CoiWfnte MtEtr n tie Chfl IFar," contains sOO pa;ti lJilS acin. and over 1,100 brp Bjftle Scum, rortnits, etc The greatest and largest jui-5-lr- u Notice to. Creditors. Notice! nt War Book ever Duhhbhetl, and the only one that does justice to the Confederate soldier and the cause he fought for. Agents wanted everywhere to sell this boot on our new and easy plan. Many of the lady and gentlemen agents who arc at work are making from J0 to 2W per montii. Tdtnu, Sou and Dasjlttn of Mens, and others interested are requested to send for a beautiful illustrated descriptive circular (free) and terms to agents. Address Cocbies Jocos l Jou Pkixtixo Co,, Louisville, Ky. d2t)-12- v - o Po-ru-- saw-th- e-- ky I d up-to-d- .... 1 .- .- ...... -- ... I Pe-ru-n- a attor-Jam- es Pe-ru-- ui. -- T" tuui, "- Pe-rri- -n for expenses incurred during the last administration, and a report of the city's finances was ordered printed In tho paper making the lowest bid. which was subsequently awarded to the Register. The new city officers filed their bonds and they wore approved, the City Clerk, heretofore exempt from bond, being required to furnish one. After the meeting adjourned, tho Council was invited to tho home of Mr. JD. E. McCaun and there pariock of a bountiful supper, such a pleasing innovation that Mr. Prowitt proposed that every meeting of the Council wind up with a similarlove feast. Accordingly Mayor Smith appointed the other five Councilmen to notify Mr, ProwittJKbat be should have the honor M.providiBg for tho entertain- merit ot tho Board after ife nextineet- $2,850, -- r: , lBg.,!,4tt- - - Welchburg is taking on a boom. Thieves carried away 200 worth of goods from McKinney mill. After serious illness, like typhoid feWhen blious or costive, eat a Cascaret, ver, pneumonia, or tho grip. Hood's candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c Sarsaparilla has wonderful strength-givin- g may5 lyr power. It Gov. Bradley has issued an appeal Guards-werappointed to protect for tho snQering Cubans in Garrard county. Tetter, and Eczema. What Everybody Knows, The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases i3 instantly allayed Or ought to know, is thai- health and by applying Chamberlain's Eye and even life itself depundsjupon the condiSkin Ointment. Many very bad ;asc3 tion of the blood. Feeding, as docs, it havo been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and all the organs of the body, it must be a favorite remedy for sore nipples; rich and pure in order to give proper chapped hands, chilblains, frost bitcg nourishment. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes and chronic soro eyes. 23 cts. per box." the blood pure, rich land nourishing, Cerikiea Pewders, are and in this way strengthens the nerves, just what -a horse jreeds whoa, in bad creates an appetite, to pes the stomach conditions- iTonio, blood purifier and and builds un Hood's Sar- , vermifuge". They are. .not food bat aaparilla wards "off cctdti, pneumonia medicine aidtb beet in "use to pat a licweIn jojaie ooadTtioo. - Price 9S aad fevers, whkh ax&j Ysisntai cuts o Salt-Khcura - PUBLIC SALE! As agent for Wm. Saxter, I will on EA1RTHIEM Eail-TOa- Do 7qu Want Money! toil-gat- cs Saturday, Feb. 12, '98, Drr-Ca- djs Sell to the highest bidder, his Urmof Fifty (0) Acres, lyingonemlloouthol KlrksviL'e. TtU farm is good rich fertile land, and in a hij;h state ot cultivation, with but little waste laad, in a good neighborhood, close to foarchurchia, good schools, and in two miles or Silver Creilc and Paint Lick Depots, and is well watered y pond and springs, withVerycoodtenanthotuv, of 4 rooms and some fruit. This farm ia rent ed for the year 1896, and possession, can not. bo J ! given until January 1 , 1S99. TERMS Will sell in one, two, three, fair, five or six payments, one thousand dollar! to be paid January 1, 1899, when fall possess! 5a will be given, and the remainder divided la five equal payments with six per cent. Ito it !k Tin Watff nt U CaSfcrw. from January 1, 1889, until paid, iaterettloa the deferred payments, to- - be paid amanajty, Parties desiring teraaie a rood snaitv the purchaser to rive notes with .u.MkAaA.I a the territory mestteaed will comfortable trip to do well to J llM wn i ca mo aBti a unt icuumu. .t.1. & twAa 4.& srawvi m witk R. H. Fowler, TrsveHsgPassea-g- er cfiaace to maxe tae Bioaey onuciumiiBe AgeBt,vLoahvlUe. Ky. saa i,wo w pay in advance. ? it Kbujowb, A. u. P. X d, The present schedule ot Illinois Central in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California. The splendid train service with which the IUlnots Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vesttbuled "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned territory. The Central la the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestlbullcd trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Pullman Tourist Car for California, 9 26pm Lve Louisville every Thursday . -- S ISam Arr Memphis Friday . 7 15pm New Orleans Friday Arr SJOpm Lve New Orleans Friday 8 4&am sararaay Arr Houston , . 4 56pm Arr San Antonio Saturday Sunday -- 3 4epm Arr BlDaso 9 20pm Arr Los Angeles Monda; 5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tu essay If so. it can be easily made by investing in my half interest of the Tobacco Factory. Situated at the foot of Laurel Street, near the K. N-- & B. Depot. This plant, which has an already established business In Madison and adjoining counties, is for sale for the simple reason that my time Is required la the osScc of County Clerk This factory is not only conceded to be the best equipped ia KeBtsckr, ircihas been proven by ezaauaatioa- - The tobacco manufactured by this Company Ma gives perfect satisfaction in every respect aed. the demand is growing daily, Priee and terms made to wit the tfrnec. r farther particulars call or or address. 1. - - intet r ' 'I - I.I.I . w " - 1 11 P I ' ft3-K, 2!w!r . , . -- r.- ' aS J tier 'V M. - J1 - yt, st e ., . janl2ia r il . ,lt-ty w. -- i f." fm-wrr-r, A.H. Wb4Jos a.. a. p. LoakrlUe.Ky. " Ofcttftto.IU. jo ?- johkf.wktt, -" it n '; - ttas if L. 3 "2J "" J r r tksr'" $F - I- - !:SADDLERY.:: "Sj? & & &S &r S " S r 1- ' r 'O "O' ' C ' r r C r .i 4 r m THE DABTV AWft ITQ PftlTfV W t (Atlanta Constitution.) Jt i At Walter Azbeu.'s Liveey Stable. harness, cheaper All kinds of hand-mad- e than can be bought any where In Richmond. Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction feb21-t- f gaaranted. Geo. Vhite. Editor Richard "W. Knott, of the3ou-Isvill- e Post, returns to the discussion of the Democratic policy with Kn?at vigor, but still with tho positve bins that might be expected from a distinguished editor who was not in sympathy with :EivrTO,5?' the movement to make tho Democratic Both tbo method and results when platform what it is, and hence who Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant does not speak from the attitudo of a and refreshing to the taste, and acts friend of that instrument. "We do not gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, mako this statement for the purpose of Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- animadverting on our friend's receut tem effectually, dispels colds, head- position. He has returned to tbe recogaches and fevers and cures habitual nition of party regularity, and 16 constipation. Syrup of Figs is the y willing to permit the majority only remedy of its kind ever pro- of tho party to decide the policy he is duced, pleasing to the taste and ac- to pursue hereafter. That is sufficient mrBi pre-sum- nb Ike SpU Horsey The Finest Rigs.' The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 cent bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who rrmv not lrave it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. IDUISY1U, SAM FHAHCISCO. CAL. tiEW YORK, AT. jan5-ly for us. At the same time, our readers will he better able to understand the nature H.r. tention. The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Your "Cousin," thing to patent? Protect your Ideas: ther may bring you wealth. Write JOHN WEDDEKBUKN & CO, Patent Attorneys. Wublmrufn. U. for their J1.8LO prize olTer and list ot two hundred inTenUoos wanted. Wanted-f- in Idea Who can think some simple C HHES -- TORHADD P. B. BROADDUS, Hunley's Old Stand. No. 2d. UKO. W. RILEY DW9Lur 3-3- Insure business Kj'., Recommends Wright's Celerv Capsules. Shelbvville, Kv., May 26, '9G. To Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: Gents I have purchased a box of Wrieht's Celery Capsules from G. N. Middellon, drujrgist, and used them loi Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti pation and found that they cave me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedv. Yours very truly, Of Siiclbyville, 9 Fire I represent two of the most reliable Insurance Companies in the United States and respectfully ask for a share of your patronage. S. F. ROCK, je2-l- y t Tornado. 26'i Sec. Street. fUp Stairs). propertj' against homes and Geo. W. Rilev. MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY CUItt ME A MAN AJAX ews and Opinions OF orj, I m potency. Sleeplessness, etc., cause by Abase or other Excesses and Indit? eretifm. Thru quickly and, mureli restore Lost Vitality in older young, and fit u xn&n for ptnd r( bosinees or mem ago irornt InftjmitT find TVti en motion i takn in time. Their r choirs immediate improve meat and effects a CUKE where all other fail In st npoa hTina the Pennine Ajar Tablbte The? hare cared thousands and willcareyon. Weriveapos effect lure written cniitrantMQ tomoney a cure CftpTQ in each case or refund the Price w U I W pockace, or ix pkca fn1l treatment) for LM. ier By mail, in plain wrapper npon receipt of price ( Areolar I XT i Hi . frn ......... nC?!Hr?ri7.r y. mnt a .n ill Ww, Q,ie.. lU. National Importance x3? A A For sale in Richmond Herndon. .. r- CONTAINS BOTH. Dairy, b' mail, $Ga3ear Daily & Sun'y, by mail, $Sayear - - - I. Ky by Hasan J3b3-l- y A injra EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS' The Sunday Sun is the greatest SundaT Newspaper in the world. Price 5c. a copy. By mail, $2 a IpP Anyone sendlnif a sketch and description may qnlcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable. Communication strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest acency for securing- patents. Patents taken through Jlcrm & Co. recelvo special notice, without charge. In the Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. ear. Address THE SUN. New York. and Rheumatism relieved E? A tfwT-cnLdftktef kby Dr. Miles' Ncrro Plasters. THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. Long Troubles and Consumplon Cured. Can Scientific jFfttierican. A handsomely illustrated weekly. of any scienuac journal. Ter.ns. tZ year: four months, tL Sold by all newsdealers. a Tjircest be MUNrHCo.3G1B. New 2S-2- York An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Oar Readers. The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting awav. will send THREE FHEE BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patientlv experimenting for years, has produced results as beniflcial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius. His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," filed in his American and European laboratories in thousand i iom those cured in all parts of the world. Medical exper concede that bronchial, chest and lung trunlcs lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer- Branch OScc, C5 F SU, Washington, D. C 7 " JL & if. E. ft. 7.20 K. 0. DIVISION. Is Effect Nov. 7, 1S98. lv. lis press for Cincinnati,! art a. m. Paris, Maysville, Win- - r. m. G.20 2.00 L05 m. viilc. Winch chaster and Lexington inai'. Cincinnati, Paris, Mays-r- . '.exinjrton mail. and purpose of those w ho now wish to sidetrack the party's national platform when they know that those most prominent in the movement were foremost in antagonizing theparty in 1S9G. Mr. Knott bases his editorial on some recent remarks made by the Constitu tion with respect to the futile effort that is to be made to permit the gold men to write tho party platform as the price of their support. We put the mat ter plainly because there is no need of mincinc words in describing it, More over, we print Mr. Knott's remarks in full, po that our readers may be able to understand clearly the nature of the proposition that the cold Democrats are bringing forward. The very first sentence in Mr. Knott's article challenges attention. "Organiz ed parties fight to win." That is true, but it is just half the truth, organized parties fight to win for what? They must have a purpose in winning. It is not the end and name of orgonized parties to win merely that tho leaders and party workers may enjoy the spoils of victory. The very existence of a party organization depends on a higher motive than that, A party organization is only possible where a body of men unite in agreeing on the efficacy of cer tain principles of government as opposed to certain other, or to all others principles. Organized parties fight to win because those who act with these parties believe that the principles ou winch they are bated will benefit the people and advance the best interests of the public. Otherwise a party has no excuse for its existence, and, in fact, could not exist. So far as the true policy of the Democratic paity is concerned, there is no question whatever of an "alignment" of the South with the West againat the East, or with the East ngainst the West. The Democratic party is not a sectional party at all. It has never de pended on sectionalism, but has always, everywhere and at all times, whenever it had the opportunity' stood for those principles of government and those pol icies of administration calculated to promote the greatest good of all the people without reguard to geograpical, sectional or political lines. The South is Democratic, not because its people are opposed to the interests of'the East or West, but because its people beleve that Democratic principles and policies will be best for the whole country. But if we are to narrow the matter down to a question of sectional ism, then the Democratic party, owing to conditions which are loo well known to need description, must- take care of itsell. It can tlo tins only by remaining true to Democratic principles. Pop ulism, which Mr. Knott regards as such a bugaboo, was the direct result of the policy which led the Southern Democratic leaders to defere to the wises of Democrats from Republican States in making the national platforms. They deferred in order to "'win;" they consented to accept straddling and evasive platforms in order to "win;" and the policy was so disgusting to the average voters that a third party arose in the South, and finally the populistic all the result of the indefi nite, inconsequent efforts of the party leaders to ''win" by tucking Democratic principles out out of party-appeare- weak-knee- d, sight ester and 1.00 11.43 a. m. 1.15 Indon,Jellico,Knoxville 3 19 Fa-- t line for Cincinnati, r. m. 3.19 I'aris. Winchester. 11.43 r. m. itovrland. Lancaster and a. m I vingsion, London, Jel- liro. Fineville. 12 55 Fast line for Livingston, a. m. 'tanfonf. Row land, Lancaster and :30 Htanfonl. f:05 For fnlher particulars call on or address, J 10:10 Telephone 78. KL'PEU HOOD. Agt. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. (is KcvruaiY Vhnliiln tastimiiinix In i tain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M. C, 9S Pine street. New York, giving pqstoffice and express address, and the free medicine will be promptly ecnt. Sufferers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer jy7-l- y in the Richmond Climax. i(Tsit lfilffBlF,lB A Book OUR RECORD flUT Ttrwv S, 1807. 1 BClf 2S5R A STv IjihImIUo. Ar Shfllnvillc. Ar rrncfli g .... Ar VTKallli-Ar I'xiiiguin ... . ....... li ... lafttun PLIInm "No.fi. X L X o. 5. Ka3. 7 4jami 4 (fipm tt.llam 5.40pm 0U7pm CSOpm 9 SOpm a for Young and Old. WE CURE HEBVOUS One after another the Southern States have been on tho verge of seeking other and more dangerous connections as the result of this policy. North Carolina was lost and Kentucky-electea Republican Governor as the result of a straddling State platform. With this object lesson before his eyes, and with the victorious result of a campaign in which the Democrats of Kentucky made an unequivocal fight for Democratic principles still fresh in hip mind, we wonder why Mr. Knott, if he really desires his party to win, should object to an unequivocal declaration of Democratic principles. If the party is to win, it must win as it won in Kentucky, and we venture to say that it will have the cordial support of such men as Mr. Knott who, while they cannot perhaps indorse every line of a Democratic declaration, can at least feel that a Democratic system of govern- time-eeryin- g CMpnrlOWpra laKiam 7.a0pni 10.35pm No. I.v (iinsUni Ar Ar li'rrurrli's Ar SliiHImlllii Ar fjuUvlllr uj.smiui'ml . .... jNo. 4. .. . .. 4 40am Rrthimi 4.4(",pm S.0tam 5.10pm 6.21am U. I&un (.&vpin q50am 7.30pin 77am Obierva-liH 7.i"ani Eslil 1878 1 BLOOD E 250,000 4 MEN CURED PRIVATE DISEASES The widow appeals to the sympathy of even the most callous-hearte- Trains (lulr No I. 2. 5 and 0 carry K"re H M I'ars. WESTBOCSD. N'n. ll" K. rtaticixs. iNo. lifNo. 14. i 4ir.pm 7 4uiii)I.v liulavil Ar, 7.3Upm IttSQam f.Hii HliriainiAr IirnclirRAri 5.05pm RCOam 71.HH MlMam ArlUroiKbgAr 4 lipm 7.30am 7 imjhii'II ILUmlAr llurfin. Lvl 4.0fpm 7.30am CA"JTnin.M li I kastiioumi. lJoI-xjtNB- WESTBOUND. J : STATIONS. 4irHii Jfk..... 7 CKpin Ar 7JDm, 4.ipm Midway Ar .. .. . .. I cum, A r ucurgtn L.T 7.23am; 3.3Snm 7.05am! 3.00pm i wiii' Ar V.ASTiaiONIlT 1. I n,t. Ar Vcrsllcs 7 Nn. 5.1 Ijulsvll Ar cti...i.ii NaiaitNaC8 lOMam. 7.30om 9. Maui, 5.59pm westbounb. .....'.. a!LjtwKK i. ... Ar Ut miacii.tm .... n Jr Ar YSa. 2. 7.t-tii4.(6pm,Lv Iouisvil ArIIO50ami 7Jpm Jiliiim aSipm.Lr Verslles A 75am' 4.40pm licrjjm 7 33iim!ArNlchlvlll Ar lUiSpm Oijim Ar ltichmnd Lv 6.05am' 2.25pm A.iAi)iiii irvuiK iv: ...... .1 1 35pm STATIONS. So. 1. No. 3. Lt I.oumrille.T 7 7.45ami 7.45pm .r 1055am ia35pm Ar Ki ivrillt ...... 7.10pm, 7.45ain Ar A, eviilc A.AaUil 1.IDUU1 .j Savannah .. ... 5.00am Ar Jaronvillc P.lOara t'hjruvMxua . . 5.55pm 8.00am Ar Atinntn .... ..., lawpm: LlOpm 1N'o- - stations. aiKa ir ljenr:.n t Ar MvtM J !lr.-ila- 8.45am 10.K)pm j.iBam aiopm' M.sam lisopo 8.30am R S Ar Nr Orleans.... s hWam- 1'ree Chair car Louisville to them conncctins with Solid carr-inl'ullman Slecplnc Car to 3m kkourlUc via Chattanooga; also to New Or Ixrxln-io- ii. Vcsti-bulrTra- lu So I orrlcs Ilavo you sinned araingt nstnrA ILiUlilJ lit when ignorant of tho tcrriblo crimo you were committing. Did you only consider the fascinating allurements or this evil habit? When too lato to avoid the terrible results, were Tour ctcs onened to yonr peril? Did yon later on in manhood contract any PllIVATB or BLOOD disease? Wcroyoucnrcd? Doyounow and then see some alarmins symptoms? Dare yon marry ia yonr present condition? Von know, "LIKE PATHEU. LIKE SON.". If married, aro you constantly liring in dread? Is marriage a fail aro with you on account of any weakness caused by early abuse or later excesses? Uao you been Hrusced with mercury? This !ooklct will out to you tho result of thee crimes and mint out how our NEW METHOD TREAT-JIEN- T will positively euro you. It shows how thousands have been saved by onr KEW TREATMENT. It prorcj how we can OUAUANTEE TO CURB ANY CUlLVBIiE CASE OR NO PAY. WO trcnt ind cure EMISSIONS, VARICOCELE. BYPIITMS. GLEET. STRICTURE. POTENCY, SB- ('RET DRAINS, UNNATURAL 1)18- CHARGES. KIDIJEr and BLADDER difcafcf. Is as,o vnuun CURED s iuafj tmt Ill carries l'ullman Sleeper Loulsrlllo to rbauanoo-a- . nlw Lexington, to JacksonviUo la llotSprinj, Ashcvlllc. and Pullman Union Slccpvr Lexlrctoa to New Orleans. 2Co 3 J H enelonne TfiFRKE. S&UKL5fcUARAmtDra stamp. CONBULTATION If unable to calL write for QUESTION HhASK for HOME Zo , -,-. ... . .. "Tbe Wares of Sin" sent free by UEATMENT, IDally cxccptSunday. A. WHcnoit. P.&T.A-- . V. i i Lr.uUvllle.Ky. 1L C rxb jr. Gen. Sept.. S.Twirr. P.&T.A.. XxixlHgton. J. M. Kennedys Kergan nvJKmwKmmmimMA jgie-l- y DISS. W.A.Tthk,C.P.a WahlHtn, D. C. WasbingtoB. D.O. LoeterlHe. Cuij.,t. Kj. M 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. , WasbisgtoB, D. C. -- - , Kr. I Here is a woman still in the springtime of life, deprived of the stay and support upon which she had every right to depend, and her future overshadowed by the loss of the one man in all the world upon whom she had o f t, t r n A her love and affection. A man has no right to sacrifice his life in the mad race for money by neglecting his bodily health. A marl owes it to himself and to his wife and children to live a long and helpful life. If a man would live he must keep health. Health is a matter of a little patch hers and there. Look after the little ailments and the bij ailments will take care of themselves. They will never come. Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery keeps the body in perfect health. It promptly eradicates the little ailments that brinji serious illness. If the serious malady has already arrived it promptly cures it by 'removing the cause. It corrects all disorders of the digestion, invigorates the liver and makes the appetite keen and hearty. It makes the assimi lation oi iooa perfect ana supplies the blood g with the elements that build new and healthy tissue and firm muscles. Jt tones and builds up the nerves. It drives impurities and disease -- germs from every organ of the body. It cures all diseases due to overwork and worry and faulty nutrit-tloIt is an unfailing remedy for weak lungs, spitting of blood, shortness of breath, severe cough, bronchitis, asthma and kindred affections. It cures 93 per cent of all cases of consumption. Mr. Isaac E. owns, of Spring- Valley, "Forthree years 1 hadsufi ferea from that terrible disease, consumption, and Before taking Dr. Fierce' Golden Medical Discovery I had wasted away to a skeleton; could not sleep nor rest, and many times wished todietobeotitofrnymisery. Stcpoystep, the signs and realities of returning health slowly-ba- t rarely developed themselves while takinKthe 'Discovery.' Today I Up the scales at 187. and am well and strong. The 'Golden Medical Discovery' has also cured my daughter Of 1 very bad likxr Jecated m tbe ttigk7 n. heart-diseas- e. ment and a Democratic administration of the laws aro of more vital importance to the people than aro the objections of an indivednal to "certain platform declarations. Our friend says that "tho South has a profound interest" in the tables and comparisons which he is pleased to lay before us. Uut the South has a interest in the essential facts of Democracy, as well as a profounder interest in the conditions which made it absolutely necessary for the Democrat ic party to stand united, ropresentiur, as it does, the public sentiment on ques tions which affect the social order and but which arc somewhat allied to purely party politics. There fore, betoro looking about tor "conec-tionsthe Democratic party of the South must look to its own preservation. The rejection or the suppression of tho national platform would create consternation and confusion in tho Democratic ranks in every Southern States, give life and hopo to decaying opposition to Democracy and confront tile party with serious antagonism in every Southern State, with thecontain-t- v that several would be lost to the party. The contest of, last year, unequivocal and defined, 1ms made the party in the South stronger than it over has been, and it is stronger betore the people everywhere as the popular vote shows. It redeemed Alabama from the list of doubtful States in which it had been placed by the policy of straddling platforms, and recalled to its ranks, by the declaration of last year, the most potent leader of the opposition, Mr. Kolb. And there were similar results H. S. R. in other Southern Stites. Mr. Knott will find few Democrats FORRESTER'S NEWS LETTER. to agree with him that the election of of Cleveland in 1892 was a victory for Filvnkfort, Ky., Dec.24, 1S97. the party, On the contrary, it was the No wonder Jo. Blackburn and Jo. victory for the forces and the interests Foraker are idolized by their respective to w Inch the Democracy has been op- parties! They are fighters. The other posed from the foundation of the gov- day when a lot of political underlings ill ernment. In the whole history of the Washihgtou called on Senator Foraker country Democratic principles never to read him a lecture on his duty to his suffered a more crushing and disastrous party in general and Mark ilanna in defeat than they did when Cleveland fact he seemed a bit weary until they was elected in 181)2. The people saw and wound up with a threat that if he did understood this perfectly, and the re- not take off his coat and tear his shirt sult was that when they got an oppor- for the little Cleveland he tunity they visited their indignation on would be beaten next time for Senator. the party by defeating it Joey B. didn't drop dead at this dire The trouble with Mr. Knott's argu- threat; on the contrary he got upon his ment is that lie sees in the defeat of the hind legs and read the riot act to them. party last year a rebuke to the Chicago He told them that if they wanted to platform, whereas it was a rebuke to make threats be would take a hand and UJevelandism. The people punished if they wanted a fight the could getit, the party because it had made from Ohio State officers to the President and unquestionably the party of the United States. .And finally he was responsible for that vital mistake. warned them that if the President's If Cleveland, as President, had stood by crowd attacked him, he would answer the Democratic majority in Congress, for it that McKinley would not get the instead of bulldozing it, the party would Ohio delegation in the next National have been overwhelmingly triumphant Convention. last year. So far as New York, New Jersey and That's Jo. Blackburn's style. He is other States are concerned, the Demoalways ready for a fight While the cratic party not only wants them, but proposes to win them. It proposes to Hunter fight was on 1 remarked to Senwin them on broad Democratic grounds, ator Blackburn one day that he made a and not by methods of chicanery, in- big mistake when he refused to accept trigue and deception. The people of the result of the Louisville Convention 4 those States cannot afford to reindorse in 1895 'Yes" said he, "I suppose that is so, the kind of Republicanism represented by McKinley. They will not vote for but I wouldn't have missed the fun of furttier depression, lower prices and the Lexington Convention, even to have btarvation a ages. Xew York has just saved all the trouble of the past two said so in terms that cannot be mista- years." What the people want is honesty ken. In selecting its caudidate for tho State ticket, as well as for the Mayor- coupled with courage. They would rathalty of the city, the party was careful to er follow a leader who is wrong but who name only men who voted for Bryan firmly believes ho is right and is willing and who had stood true to the party to fight for bis convictions, than to follast year. All otheis were given notice low one who is right but who U he is wron, and would rather that they need not apply. convictions than The significance of this lies in the fact surrender his that as no State convention met, and as to make a row about it. tho party had no opportunity to reaffirm This next Legislature is coinc to be the Chicago platform olllcially, it took pains to reaffirm it through the candi- f the making or unmaking of many politic dates selected. Judge Parker made al futures. Kentucky is a doubtful State known the fact that ho was a platform and the men who will become leaders Demociat as soon as he was nominated. are those who have the intelligence and Mayor Van Wyck declared that he was courage to grapple with'the questions of for the platform heart and soul. Last the day. Fifty thousand voters are the year the New York State couvention in- prize for which the rival parties will contest, and the party that shows the dorsed the Chicago'platform. But, on the other hand, if it were most intelligent zeal for the public interpossible, as the gold Democrats seem to est will get these voters! think, to obtain the vote of New York without wrecking the party in the I am deeply pained to see the news South, we are not in the humor down papers of Louisville in such a wrangle here to commit political suicide. among themselves. The Courier-JournA hearty welcome is extended to such and Times on one side, and the Dis gold Democrats as are willing to return patch on the other side, and the Comto the party rather than give aid and mercial on the outside, and the Post on comfort to the destructive influences of no side, are all fighting. It promises to McKinleyism. JJut we cannot forget be a fight that will attract the attenprinciples to give them entertainment. tion of the Legislature and may result The party has taken its stand in behalf in some bitter feeling. And I do so of tho people, and there it will abide, as hate bitter feeling! I have always been in the old days, when there was no con- for peace even if it took a fight to get it fusing issues. To accomplish this last and the Louisville newspapers really year it had to overcome in eyery State don't seern to wan't peace-o- nly blood. and county the most powerful opposition However, there will be a change, that ever confronted it, this opposition thank the Lord from the cheap screws coming from officeholders who were of the last General Assembly and the paying their patronage obligations in stupid but stead of working for party success. It to break persistentattempls of Hunter into tho United States Senate. had their opposition in the primaries, And Bill Lyons and Bill Deboo will not and on election day at the polls, when be here. Waltek FonitESTER. word had gone out that all true officeholders must support McKinley. We shall have no more of such oppo- V..89r sition. And there will be no more evasion, no more dodging, ne more at'. tempts to fool the people. We will 9 Bilo-I "go in to win," but for tbo sake of principle, and not office! ( .V J means pain, daneer and i53g& possible death for some Bueklen's. Arnica Salve. wivea. For others it practically no The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. discomfort at all. There Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, SaltRheumFever is no reason why childSores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil- birth should be a period It is a blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, of pain and dread. Sev. cral months before liniment and positively cures Piles, or no pay re- "woman becomes, a to be apa quired. It is guaranteed-tgive tei feet mother she should plied exsatisfaction or money refuuded. Price prepare herself for ternally. It relaxes 25 cents per box. For sale by Perry & tho critical ordeal. There is a the muse Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. cles and rewhich is G. White. intended for this lieves the ileci5 ly purpose alone. distension, The name of gives elasticiAZCOSN. this wonderful ty to every EstiU County. preparation ia organ conpro-foun- well-bein- ," no better home than this, being alone in the world and having been over tbe greatest part of our country I think I know whereof I speak. Well wo aro having winter at this time in its true sense, snow, rain and hail. There is not much business being done just at w this time. Some tiading in land and H some stock sales. The citizens here are industrious, honest, church going peo!: i& Pnr all dlAS ple, very little" trouble of any sort rfullar fn wnmra n.l 0 It Tones up the Nerves, Improves the Ap- - i9 among them. I can't tell you much ! petite, Enriches the Blood, and gives Life. P p about our neighbors, being an invalid p Health and Strength. It Is the myself, I don't go out among them QUEEN illB ( UAXS THE COMPLEXION CtEAS. much. Mr. William Harrison conducts A bottle of " Monthly " Regulating EDCC! a store a mile from ub and I suppose is $ r ii Ck Pills with each bottle. For sale by ' I: doing a very good business. Mrs. Walk- w all dealers or sent direct upon receipt of price py New Spencer Med. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. er, a sister of A. H. Williams, husa gen LADIES' SPECIAL TREATMENT :m et al Btore at Drip Itock.a few miles farcases requiring special treatment, address, giving symptoms. Ladles rtedlcal De- ther on the road. Mr. John T. Parsons Advice and book on Female manages the store. He is a hustler, 'senses, with testimonials, free. genial and jovial, hesides being all busi25c. 50c. For Sals and Rccoamendad by ness. Can wait on a liouso full and joke with as many more at the same Perry &. Thomas, druggists, successors to Vr, r time. Our Circuit Court is in session. Q. White. Bad time for fishing, but several of the boys are out trying their luck. They m uoii't want to meet Judge Claik just at this time. Mr. C. Gentry, at Locust Branch 011 lied Lick, about five miles north of V9,, heie, is doing a good business merchan- SOO. dising and farming. "Curt" as he is familiarly known is a good fellow all the way round. Then we have Dr. A. C. Lainhart, . the skilled physician, who will wait on ::::! mfo you day or night with pills or advice. We have like all business "centers" our share of drummers, notably among Will buy one of OUR FAMOUS them are R. M. Cole, of Knox county, SUITS that are well made and j traveling in the interest of Attsheller will do 3'ou as much good as one & Co., of Louisville, and Mr. Jackson, of many more dollars. of London, representing the Kentucky Jeans Pants Company. Both nice genWill buy one of our FAMOUS tlemen. MELTON ULSTERS or one of BEAVER OVERSome miscreant broke in W. B. Perry's liquor house a few nights since and COATS that are well worth dollars more than we ask. captured about five gallons of apple brandy. Yours, M 3r3W8 Planters Female Regulator OFJTONICSi Jl 'r : " iMMmnnsmi"'"" iii s ! 1 Vl Kni r BMr illl 'SKkM m C illv ilv "Ji PLEASE j ' . try j lll r k tW ilP' ilr . HANDY GATHARTIC nTh w H 9r S il v! 1 KuSiXS septs-i- y DRUGGISTS. dec8-ly- occeaaseiafln9 , Ac. aa. Everybody Knows 1 1 Those New Wraps '"lie A3?E B0TH STYLISH i AND BEAUTIFUL, Oft I -- $7.50 Buys one of our CELEBRATED SUITS or one of our CELEBRATED ULSTERS that you hear so much talk about. I ii Si? fcpi iHmDress Velvets, Braids, &c. MNohby MQoods xL " B lr! And many New Trimmings, Pleatd Chiffons, i If you want to spend as much, we vou. will show you a SUIT or an I OVERCOAT that will astound M K&y--i I iron-mong- er, You will want your son a Suit or an Overcoat, you can't afford to miss looking at ours. We can fit a boy from 3 years old up to any age. jk Tin sf W Hi I tt & &Jj & P Low Price Makers. 3 Leaders in Ladies' Furnishings. Cleve-landis- Our Suits at $1.00, $1.50, - Our Overcoats at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, 3.50, $5.00 $2.00, $2.50 for children. are world beaters. Our Suits for boys or Boots and Shoes that we young men at $4.50, ) sell for $1.25, $1.50, $2, I 5.00, G.00. $2.25, $2.50 are such goods that you have been paying more money for. a i Autumn Leaves 1 .- - i I - 6 - Give Us A TUrn... uuuuwtw In Large Variety. 8. 8j M Li a J!...' lk"l.li..qi - SAA.WilWJ T-H- i. ii !: 3 It is now 111 time to discard that old pair of LOOK S 61 f9 f $ ft y? lists & e Everything that is worn hy men or boys. unmimer You are probably trying to make up where to buy your next pair. Shoes ur mind V ! gLet us help half-afra- id you in this by asking to call n us and examine the most complete line of FALL and WINTER SHOES ever before shown in Richmond. 3-- Jj half-wa- y U Ki TV..- ATrt .Liiv, iw. - E fe;sr-sy:?-ags:j:'J.-tsmri- fi OI j.. 'qsJ a tm S3 n ros., ONE OF TWO WAYS. A m r, r uiST ctkeet. hi H. II mays ly J. STFOG The Clothier, The Furnisher, The Shoer, The Hatter. m WorM Urn TI Read our advertisements. The bladder was created for one purpose, namely, a reeeptacle for the urine, and as such it is not liable to any form ot disease except by one or two wavs The first way is from imperfect action of the kidneys. The second way is frc.-careless local treatment of other diseases C2IEF CATJS2. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy fci is the chief cause of blalicr troubles. So the womb, like the bladder, was created for one purpose, an 1 i not doctored too much is not liable to n 3 Tl n al look:, novI7-ly A complete line of everything usually found in a first-clas- s 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 repairino-GivRICHMOND HARNESS CO., us a call. T. M. Wells, M'g'r. . 107 East Main St. e loos: i M:d EAST BOUND. Mcyc lODDOia F, 'R IVill I i MM ffiBW ri?oadas i;iiywujcu .in Vf m Answer Any Question You may TL TjJllH Ask It County Court Days. t yS" AW-t- r p Comiif vv Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Mot-da- y. Lexington, Ffiilrt Railway. Standard American O Fayette county, second In Effect March 1, 1897. ' Annual. p.m. 3 3 3 3 3 4 00 20 m-jan- m 1 Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon- - DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. a.m. 3 51 7 02 6 30 6 45 OS Qeorgetown, Scott county, third Mon- - ait , I uay. '' Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. " " Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Arr ie " Eithom. JT SwitiHr. Stamping Ground Duvalls Georgetown. . ueorgetown. Newtown- PRIGE,2JENIi On AH News Stands. Larger; Better, More Complete Than Ever. .... 22 48 53 15 7 7 20 RendyJan. 1, 1898, Winchester, Clark .Monday. county, fourtji o ' county, fourth ville. Ellbeth Centre "WEST BOUND. , . -. 1 S 12 8 22 8 23 155 4 42 4 52 weakness or disease, except in rare case. of and yery closets the bladder, therefore any pain, disease or inconvenience manifested in the k: back, bladder or urinary passage is often, by mistake, attributed to fema:o weakness or womb trouble of some sort Ttie error i3 easily made and may be as easily avoided. To find out corrccMy. set your urine aside for twenty-ba- r hours; a sediment or settling indicates kidney or bladder trouble. The m:!i and the extraordinary effect of Dr Ki mer's Swanip-Itoo- t, the ereat kidney and bladder remedy, is soon realized. If yr:i need a medicine yon should havet'-.best. At druggists fifty cents and one dollar. You may have a sample betf 3 and pamphlet, both sent free by rnai1 Mention the Cujia.t and send your a to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingliamtcn, N. Y. The pionrietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer. It is situated back e All drucgista sell Dr. Miles" Pain Pills. Versailles, woodford Monday. prqara-tionmad- All druggkts sell Dr. Miles Norve Plasters. Lve Paris Arr Elizabeth CcntreYille Newtown. a.m. ! 20 " " - Plltlf TVlVn strangers, or comparativelyso, although friends, I thought in. order to while away a few moments I would scribble a few lines that would probably help fill some of your blank spaces these dull times" in the matter of news. Although not a subscriber I am sojourning with a gentleman who is. Mr. A. II. Williams, the enterprising merchant at this place, also postmaster, who ,by the way is one of the most gentlemanly, agreeable men to b6 found any where.-- He is conducting a general store! running a fine farm, is postmaster and Deputy County Clerk. Everybody seems to be his friend and he is every bikly'a friend, andhie lady socialibility.lunMbiiitvftB hospitality. " -OMnot-gjurpaaMTdl- Eliton Dear Sins. Sitting alone this dreary, desolateJauuary day in the home of Climax. Bother's Friend. nearly all suffering. Best results follow if the remedy is used during the whole period of pregnancy. It is the onlyTemedy of the kind in the world that ia endorsed by physicianB. $1 danger and childbirth, and takes away all 25c. cerned in T.TS fpnnyff rmm JZ . Arr Duvalls.. TEA cures DPe-- ' " Stamping Qronnd, 51,NUB,AW ., owixzer I lUlilvl v sia, Constipation and IndiElkhorn. gestion. Eegulates the Liver. Price, 25 cut " Frankfort , . ,...lt 9 48 10 00 .10 40 -- .10 56 10 11 25 11 33 p.ra. 530 421 5m 55S B. N. I, & 1st Class. B. 11 San-day, 630 6 41 643 720 653 706 6 10 5p72 most xidtlj? sold Amtual Refir-CitDooAtKd Politiczl Mamal published. ce Time Table No. 31. Taking Effect December 5, 1S96. EAST BOCTSD. 111K TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. ij TflTflflvA T7vnmn nnlnlno rn.V1i.ta I'M w UiWiu (UU11UC XAU1GW3. Ail Drucrirists refnnrt thft rnnniv If it, fil vm' For sale by W. O. White. Dniesrist. Richt mond, Ky. il octe-fcn- GEO. B.HABPER, Gen'l Snpt. Frankfort, XentncVyi C. D. BEBCAVT, Gen'l Pass. Agent Pulitzei Building, New York. jt Headache jTHE WORLD, vpr-iAin- . jd? tr 1 Nicholasville Get Dr. Miles' Pa!a lIUs. Chesipeake mi Oliii xil .HU..a i Wtatla414 tvt4 '' m i rsBxv "are Tij'Tcsn. "L" "y.y.i ..uu, cuuiw. uaoveuiauose." WJ iMSritlffvk 'TflF'tlVV sift "r -- per bottle at all drug stores, or sent by mail on receipt of pric.N. Free Books con. taining ' invaluable in- formation for all wohhb, will be seat to. any ad- urwMupon&ppaoatfoalo AauwK,aK x- - ' f& i o i - jaJ! ' ' nwnawMmmwwgiHi - ' 3. 5S? ptai-i-f r ing horsoll It is natiftmal in its scope, all sectioj fe of the country being coverFREEt $20.00 rfGOI WESTBOUND. ed OUfl Q Blsycte.Ookl.Watch, .utamonf MU Sterling and Lexington Accom 8 56 am its by McorrttepondentB, and it. keeps r readers . 7 SO am alLmattoife thoroughly up to date in Draugnon's Practical Business Eastern. Eprera for LaatsTUle... Tl relating to tlw industry. 3 00 pat itu,ot New York Limited R F. V, ThoVJpl&Vc'a I'krumiUf Vnn.1. "til .ZII .4 septa Texartona, Tcs., or a schc t, r StItAtwilOJll."lBfnmalioi. f , r "'""'" nuiuejwill other reputable business col. Contain KAHT tinTrfcn rvil In tV,. mh I... value, spffeial eontribation by doinga little work LexIagtoB for the Youth urKxjmiie r. v. am of nationfl reputiuiok and will lie pin. vi ,UV". ? ""ratea semi roomuily journal ItUelevaUDgln character, moral In tone,'eiM ; Mfc,'8tril Aaos ai 30 h fnsely ifetraa,Midthr8mrHiflet sk i wanmawH yoanj wS'S? ftAKTSVafi esectaljy interesUogaml profiuhte' to number 4 imee wfeich w 35 eeate a people, bnt read with latere as4 profit by pec HOWiiinnHii'a copy wi b Bat 'fre.of ' eharge to lle of all agca--r Storw and otlier iatereatiM . iiiMi.. im..4 :ririi every siIII 'nuvir. wdTkdSi-SSfXS- K U,l"Tejm. , lueatipa thiaaper. is2 ayM n , jpuDscnption price IBOQUM, aB4l ea or write C WXTSSSBu a iree smk aglr I 7i. r" .!. iii Union. Kailwiy. publisheciat (Jliieago, Moberley.. II!., is conceded BrassSeld to ?!ha Eorsa Ilsvlevr vauey view MUlton Rlchmoad. , Nc. 1 No. 3 No. 9 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex San A.M. P.M. A.M. 10 22 652 525 11 02 735 843 1126 800 820 1141 8 13 850 1X53 913 830 2d Class. P. Jt. 12 13 s be thelpest truf Journal published Panola Irvine. Time of Trains at Winchester Ky. . 12 16 12 30 12 36 106 V I in 40 11 35 -- 10 00 10 05 10 25 west Trrln TNe-.- Boirro,, 1 . M EiSbh Ei San ExSuniExSnn A.M. P.M. 2 09 2 12 226 3M 326 SM 4 SoTT Vo. 125 ft ! So. id 11 55 tP. A. M 105 120 145 2 Paaoh. FT $1 -- at-ho- IS-a- r-x- tL. d. OUirtaIauidanr.r3; ft . Rlehiaosd. 1Wm VaBy lttew Tenatltre. Jreberley. T7nifi , Brttnafield l 153 686 626 15 iiioaoiaafae 6M 7M 634 350 4 15 500 633 A.X. P.X. P.M. P.M. mwtataNenUgtoI Dr. Tf- -f mmmi favABftacniw IB - 4L. Z -- V KmrmmmkK . iKKv-7r.pwnr. j " '" "" .. -