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THE PUBLICATION OF THE ROLL OF HON-O- RICHMOND, MADISON Here's Your Ideal Husband and Wile. IS BEGUN. COUNTY, IN KENTUCKY, EtXaTj WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19. 1898. fcrl! il ffcriL NUMBER S 33. A;y i Her Health Restored Editors Gill Boylo and Jack Harris, J. yet-noeasily imposed upon; cheerful week with friends on Silver Creek, UNDERWEAR AND HAT& AT PRICES and optimistic, yet not flippant nor Madison county. NEVER OFFERED BEFO RE AT Messrs. Lyman and Edgar Riddle wanting in deep feeling; self-reliabut not bold, man- spent several days last week witii their and strong-minde- d, nish nor obstinate; healthy and vig- sister, Mrs. W M. Hendricks, at Kingorous in constitution, yet without the ston, Madison county. least suggestion of grossness. Add to Thomas Boain, who West this symmetry of form and beauty of for the past two years, has returned feature, and as the diamond is to tho and will make Estill county his future y ring, so crown all these qualities of home. We predict a wedding soon. mind and heart with an unfaltering It is reported that Sam Richardson, of nerves free. Address, trust and devotion to God, as incar- Winston, will take unto himself one of DC MILES MEDICAL CO- - Elkhart, Ind. nated in Jesus Christ, and to my our fairest young belles before the end mind you have the ideal wife. of January. We wish him happiness PROFESSIONAL CARDS. through life. THE IDEAL HUSBAND. At the residence of the bride's father, ATrOESTEYS. "S ai Not asked to draw, si n -- t on Station Camp, Mr. James Reed, of If any can. W. MILLER. this place, and Miss Laud were united R. Without a flaw, in the holy bonds of wedlock last CALDWELL'S B iA Attorney-at-LaThe model man, WcdnesJay, December 22. May their Kentucky. Richmond, "Why vainly seek, union ever prove a blessing to them. CONSTlPATION.il in the Bcrnam Building, next door to With pen to trace, feb3-l- y Farmer's National Bank. A COOK BOOK FREE. His grand physique 1 Estill Countyl O Or noble face ? o I JL- - STJXiXjXr-TT "Table and Kitchen" is the title of a Died of dropsy January 4, Mrs Kittie Though not endowed with vast estate, .' ' Robinson. Burial at Newman grave- - new cook book published by the Price O high position, 2 Nor filling well some o Baking Powder Company, Chicago. yard. Attoexey-at-LaIT. i ALL 10 He should possess a soul that's great, teaS.lLzifi 'a B BB B ri I wB W. H. Azbill and wife returned home Just at this time it will be sent free if DRUGGISTS And gentle, kindly disposition. 25 SO IJCHMOXD, - - KENTUCKY. this week from an extended visit near you write a postal mentioning the RichC If fine or not to outward view, 1ABS0LUTELY GUARMTEEDft? (Kfice over Taylor's Hardware store, opmond Climax. This book has been Valley View. His heart mubt tender be and true. t pie ana oooEietrret. xa. mlkli.m; i;t.:inn n. Chiearo. Jlontrtil. Can., or Acn Tors.mm3i7. House, on Main Street. posite Court one of the very j Preaching at Providence next Satur- tried by ourselves and is A happy laugh, a cheering smile, best of its kind. Besides containing over o day and Sunday by Rev. Hackett, of B HOGG, II A helping hand, held out in season; 400 receipts for all kinds of pastry and Winchester. A TTORNE Y AT LA W. A patience with my faults the while, homo cookery, there are many hints for MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN Mrs. Bettie Wilson and little son, the table and kitchen, showing how to Withholding blame, presenting reabon. Kentucky. Hu iimoxd, Quinn, have been very low with fever, set a table, how to enter the dining A pleasant word;on rainy day, 6) but are improving. Like sunlight driving clouds away. 0 i ifRee No. 13 First St.. np stairs. room, etc.; a hundred and one hints in AIW ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WOUJC School Superintendent W. S. Witt every branch of the culinary art. An intellectual breadth to meet unknown For further particulars, prices, d-c- , address, JFor good health? Why experiment with means wa3 in Cincinnati this week looking Cookery of tho very finest and richest J 0 &D M. CHENAULT, All knotty problems of the day; of J remedies when you have at your bands a relief about waich there is no uncertainty a remedy after books for Estill. as well as of tho most economical and A spirit happy, strong and sweet, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, that has been tested and found true by thousands of Where the Creator still holds sway. Clarence Amerine, who has been home like, is provided for. Remember I people? Kentucky. Ru hmokd, mchll-l- y will be sent, post-tag- e given, This model husband God has makingElwood, Ind., his homereturned "Table and Kitchen" prepaid, to any lady sending her To' lead a happy wife to Heaven. to that-placthis week. office on Second street, over Chen-aul- t address (uatne, town and State) plainly The sketch I send Clabe Tharp, our miller, had his s grocery. iral'frSJ srSJ srSJ Eirall was drawn from life, srSl soTS head very badly bruised last Friday given. A copy in German or Scandi afrHlS navian will be sent if desired. Postal Ami she who penned theso lines , while working with a pump. P2TEICIA1TS. W , -r--r, . good as letter. Address Price 0 card as His wife. has been for thirty years the beacon of hope for all Miss Myrtie Amerine returned to Baking Powder Co., Chicago, 111. sufferers of blood and nerve disorders; for weak nd school at Richmond Monday after DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, ailing women; worn out men, and sickly children. The Discover' of the Day. spending Christmas with Estill friends. Unequaled as a blood purifier and general strenjjth-ene- r. NEW YORK FASHIONS. KENTUCKY IlirHMQN'D. .su Begin its use toAlay. Winston postoffice has been made a one-thirPRICE, Si.oo per QUART BOTTLE. Aug. J. liogel, the leading druggist of money order office. This will be great Black velvet bands studded with a Te'ephone at office and residence. v WlLLlAHS. DAVIS. BROOKS & CO., Detroit. rUcb. Shreveport, La.., says: "Dr. King's convenience to the patrons of the oillce. pearls are worn around-thneck. Llverettea Curclndlzution and 3lck.Headche. 35c New Discovery is the only thing that $0 bill in His is just like putting' Lace panels decorate skirts of black Mrs. Mary J. Dozier, of near RichDR. H. R. GIBSON, cures my cough, and it is tho best seller or colored velvet. Bet-ti- e forty-sevensold her Estill farm to Mrs. the ilames EVERY LOAD of AnPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, I have." J. F. Campbell, merchant of mond, Evening gowns are very modest in Dozier, of White Hall. Price not Sold by D. 7, & T. B. Taylor, Waco. Ky. Kentucky. King's thracite you use. Safford, Ariz., writes: "Dr. Richmond. cut at the neck. known. New discovery is all that is claimed for houpo and evening gowns The GEO. IV. RILEY A.J. Tharp and son are preparing are newest it; it never fails, and is a sure cure for Otfiee in the Joe Cc.lins building, 18 and so Seo The Wonderful Hit Blast aj-Consumption, Coughs and Colds. 1 to connect a new saw mill to his grist Street, over Wnue . old dructtore. ond Black not over color ia always charm1: 1 mill. This will be convenient to those cannot say enough for its merits." Dr. Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends ing for eveuing wear. mm CHAS. nOOKER, Wright's Celerv Capsules. King's New Discovery for Consumption, in need of lumber. to those which Narrow fringes similar mm Gives greater heat than Rise Burner. Throws mm Shelbyville, Ky., Hay 26, '96. To W. S. Witt, our School SuperintendCough and Colds is not an experiment. TETERINARY SURGEON, appeared on the best gowns of our Wright Medical , Col., O.: the heat on the floor like a Rase Burner. JE It has been tried for a quarter of a cen- ent, has appointed James Estes and grandmothers, are very fashiouable. Gents I have purchased a box of Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Holds the fire like a Base Burner. tury, and stands at the head. It Capt. John H. Amerine as his Board of A stately reception gown is of rich, Wright's Celery Capsules from G. !N. " never disappoints. Free trial bottles at Examiners for 169S. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty heavy gray satin, softened by trimmings Middelton, druggist, and used them for Sour Stomach, Toipid Liver and ConstiPerry & Thomas' Drug Store. Secccs-sor-s Misses Myrtle and Jessie" Witt, aged 10 of chitlon. up stairs, over store recently accu- pation and found that they cave mo imby Richmond Harness Co , East Mainy St., G to W. G. White. apr7-land 12, gave a nice candy party to there Round waists are the rule for even- mediate relief every time. 1 think it an ichmond. Ky. little iriends in iionor of their cousin, ing wear. With them are worn either excellent remedy. FIGHTING PLUTOCRACY. Eula Newman, and all report a delight- fancy girdles, sashes or crushed belts. M. No U. C. Yoirs very truly, ful time. Medicine and Surgery. Some delightful suits shown by Best New Time in its January number Geo. W. Riley. 9 The Office Collins Buildine, Main Street. Married, January 7, at tho home of & Co. lor young boys are of corduroy, sounds tbo keynote of the opposition to Telephone at resilience (the Cnrr place) on slightly Russian-esqu- o jnado with lull blouse, Droadway. the currency plans of President McKin-le- y Mrs. Bettie Fesler, by Elder Jas. J. Edand full trousers; and completed lErfriil Kentucky. Richmond, --- --and Secretary Gage. This able wards, Mr. Olie Fesler to Miss Lizzie lassssst IJ' rWls0ilEisZ HrBfiBBlMiB Mm Winkler. Both areof prominent fami- by Russian military service cap. Upon AJAX TABLETS POSITTVEliY CUKE magazine is now the recognized leader A.LT,Hvrctut IHeate Falling Mem the visor of the cap appears an American M. D., orr.lmpotaacT, 81eepleMnesa, etc.. caused mm in the fight against the money power. lies G. V. EVANS, Nothing like ever before made. See br Abuse or other Kiceues sod Indlr L eagle. jf. f."'Tj?3PC5lll MaMliasfc Dave Winn Riddel,!, the new Democretlon. Thru quickly ami turtly "The Wolcott Commission and Its Ref mm restore Lor; Vltalitr In old or joonc. and Most comfortable and elegant street and be eonvenced. fit a man f o r etadr, business or marriage. sults" is the Bubject discussod by Chas. cratic Constable of Wisemantown, was Prevent Iraanitr and Consumption ix mm mm TirYSICIAS AND SunGEON, of rich broadcloth trimmed rimM TheirntA ahnvra immediate lmDroT&- A. Towne, the brilliant chairman of down this week looking after the duties jackets are n.An nm, aFPiwa a TT1)T7 whnm nil ftthar fail In. with silk braid and lined with fur. The sist cpoa baring the iienaine Ai&x Tablets the Silver Republican National Com- of bis office. Dave is cool and fearless Richmond. - - - - Kentucky. WeuiTeapos-ltiTTuckhigs are much used on children's haTOcnredthoosandsaiditlllcnreToa.rare Cfl PTC ine written Kuarantee to eHect a mittee. He handles Comptroller Eck and is making a good official. w per or refund the money. Price (or A bill, having for its object compul clothes, either in silk or wool matrials. each caso or six rkgrs ((nil treatment! vU Wl CuO. Bt package; Wm els without gloves, and charges him DR. T. J. TAYLOR, mail, in plain wrapper, apon receipt of price. Circular Roofing, Guttering DR. CALDWELL'S Bg They are frequently finished with beadsory marriage, will be introduced dur- with dense ignorance on the subject ""AJAX REMEDY CO., Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, present session of Congress. It under ing through which ribbon is drawn. JjP ral and General Kentucky ing the & discussion. Mr. Towne For sale Richmond, CURES INDIGESTION. I B will also ask for the establishment of a accuses the Hepublican party leaders Children's sleeves are small copies of Herndon. in Richmond, Ky. by Hagan iab3-l- y Richmond, Ky, thoso worn by their elders, fitting the leuii bureau of matrimony and the appoint- with despicable duplicity and with the Job "Work. and residence on Second Street THE NESTOR OF THE MAGAZINES. It is stated betrayal of solemn pledges. arm fairly well until nearjhe shoulder, ment of a commissioner. Business, t- -i EEHTAL Sra&ESY. that 00 per cent, of the marriageable iaiTHjiarrHjarrtiJtaiTHjafTaB3rTaEar7HJBf?aEirrtiiB, Tiie North American Review has where they merge into fullness, or are Educate mm "The Menace of Plutocracy'Vs disPHONOGRAPHY, FOR A men of New York and Mtssachusetts cussed by Congressman M. W. Howard, been in the van of American thought headed by frills, puffs or draperies. t,f Handsome coats are supplemented by Situation decline to enter into the state of connu of Alabama. Among the famous con- for more than three quarters of a cenREMOVAL. elegjaphj bial felicity. mulls to match, the front of the muff tributors to this splondid number are tury, ranking always with the best and DB- - VALENTINE H. HOBSON, Prof. W. H. H. Leckey, of the English most influential periodicals in the world. being adorned with flowers similar to DKXTIST, Evelyn Cable. op Louisville, Et. It is the mouth piece of the men thoso ou the hat. Parliament; Congressman D. 15. Hennext door to Government Building, derson, of Iowa; Congressman Stark, of who know most about ttie great topics GThe Henderson Gleaner says: "A mmmmhAaamnimmmam RichmSnd, Ky. Office hours 8 to 1 to 4. IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5TH. Nebraska; Prof. J. R. Commons, of Sy- on which Americans require to be in- couple lately sought fame by being Adam WILBUR R. SMITH, novI7-l- y racuse University; Hon. John C. Brad-sba- formed from' month to month, its con- married in a" cage with two lions at a LEXINGTON, KY., SOLDIER, Tor circular ot his famouj and responsible who treats of "Single Tax and tributors being the leaders of thought "Zoo." The same day a free woman Four nice rooms for rent. COMMERCIAL COUBE OF KY. UNIVERSITY Citizen and Christian Patriot. in every field. Labor;" John W. Breidenthal, Senator and action married a convict in a prison cell, and Awarded Jfcttal (it World' Exposition. Those who would take counsel of the a giggling couple mounted a stove which Marion Buticr, Helen M Gougar, Iino-gen- o Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-so- n, Refers to thousands of rrndnates In positions. A GREAT NEW BOOK FOR THE PEOPLE. and Jacksoflyflle mark . Hours Cincinnati to New Orleans 4 Fales, Rev. Myron W. Reed, Sena- highest knowledge on the afiaiis of tho became theirs at the close of the cere- Cost of Full Uualntsa Course, inclnding Tuiare not distinguished by any in famllr. about from coughs that tail to bo tor William M. Stewart, Prof. Frank time, and lean what is to be said regardi- mony, when one reads these, and also tion, Books and n Hoard j, and Telegraphy, Specialtiea or sign Shor2and,Type-Wriunext door to postoffice. 109 MILES SHORTEST. Diploma, undet seal, LIVE AGENTS WANTED fatal. Any cough, neglected, may Parsons and many other of the best wri- ng1 them by the recognized authorities oi the mock marriage between tiny fiEBTho Kentucky Unl rersity Course free, if desired. swarded graduates Literary on both sides, must therefore read The sap the strength and underminethe ter and thinkers of tbo country. Graduates successful. FINEST VESTIBULED TRAINS IX THE NoTaratlon. Enurnow. reach Ul. addrcu only, Kwji&tre to iT Baft pagrt ul tt f tlik. one better children at charity fairs, order (o hart vtnr Utttrt jyn. FRED SMITH. health until recovery is impossible. Twenty-fiv- e illustrations, including North American Review, the Nestor of comprehends the growing levity with WILBUR R.SMITH.LEXINGTON.KY. EXTRAORDINARILY LIBERAL TEWS. All coughs lead to lung trouble, if several striking cartoons, are scattered the magazines. DENTIST. dec29-4which solemn ceremonies are invested." stopped. Money can be nude rapidly, and a raj: amount not This magazine has for moro than eigh through the pages of the January New eyOffice, over Collins' Grocery, same y of pood done in circulating one ot the nooccupied by Dr. W. W. Borgin. janlZ-lblest histdrical works published d iring Time. This magazine has passed the ty years, within its well defined lines, Cfeerri Peel Through Pullman Service is unequalled. Cafe' Parlor Aier's the past quarter ot a century: stood at the head of monthly publica50,000 mark, and is a power to be reckCircs cesgis and Observation Cars daily. Standard Vestibuled day HON. C. T. CALDWELL, ACIJIE AGE5TS ARE WW EE1PI5G A RICH HARVEST. oned with. Chicago has at last a maga-zin- e tions. Chicago Record. & Crescent Route Va Coaches. Get your tickets via the "My wife was suffering from a dreadful of the first rank. Publishers. Some o f onr best irortcrs are seD Ing The Review may well be proud of its cough. "We did not expect that she would Charles H. Kerr & Company, 50 Fifth eightly-tw- o long snrvive, bat Mr. R. V. Riyal, deputy years, for truly it may" be W. C. RINEARSON, Gen'l Pass'r Agt, Cincinnati, 0. OVER ONE HUNDRED COOKS A WEEK. of Parkcrsburg, W. Via., Recom" I surveyor, happened to be stoppfng with us avenue, Chicago. Mr. A. G. Williams, Jackson county. Mo., said of it that "aga cannot wither nor of AVer's mends Wrights Celery over night, and having a bottb BBBBBHsaaBaKssi worked four days and a half and s:cured51 time stale its infinite variety. Fortu orders He sells the book to almost et ery man Cherry Pectoral with him, inducel ray wife to Capsules. he meets. DrJ J. Mason, Muscogetr county,, The Style, Fit and Weir beneficial Robbed the Grave. nateis the one who can sit down and try this remedy. The resultwas bo da., sold 120 copies the first five days he cancould not beimprovediar that she kept on taking it till sh. was cured." feast upon the good things furnished by vassed. II. C Sheets, Palo Pinto comity, Tex , Double the Price. II B."B. HUMPHRIES, Siussy, Ga. worked a four hours and sold IS copies, mostly Pakkeesbubq, W. Va., morocco binding. J. II. Hanna, Gaston counA startling incident of which Mr. the best literery caterers in the world. "My lit.Ua daughter was taken with a disW. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5XKr Shoes arc tiu ty, N. C, made a mouth's wages in three days January 26, 1995. John Oliver of Philadelphia, was tho Grand Rapids Democrat. canvassing for this book. 8. M White. Calla which for three years defied workmci, from the best matressing cough, productions of skilled Richhan county Tex., Is selling books at U e rate, of Oar factory on Lanrel Street in length, on the subject is narrated by him as follows: The Weigiit Md. Co., shoel sold at these prices. terial oossiMe to cut Into If any one name in magazine litera all the remedies I tried. At mond i now running, and we are im copies a weeic. HE PATS THE ji frijnd, I began urgent Tecownendation of a Wernafct also 52.50 and $2J 5 shoes for men, and Columbus, Ohio. "I was in a most dreadful condition. ture 6tfinds for what is authoritative prepared to till, orders for twist of the The Wort Cantatas BlagrapMcIpketch "CL50. $2.00 and SI.75 fad dov. and the W. L. to give her AyerB Cherry Pectoral. After My skin tvos almost yellow, eyes sunk- that name is the North American ReGentlemen; I have been using using one bottle I found to" my great surot all the Leading Generals, a vast aiaeunt of Douglas $30 Police h e very sukafck fot bottles Historical scatter, and a large numoef or veaa en, tongue coated, pain continually in view, which for more that eighty years "Wright's Celery Capsules since Novem. prise that sho was improving, "Pride oi Ietteramers, poiicemei ana outers navmg e tlful Illustrations It M;a granc ber, 1S94. and find them to be as recom- completely cured her." much Talking to do. j back and sides, no appetite gradually ha remained at the head oflhe monthbook, and ladles and gentlemen who I can give J.A.GRAS', PAT FOR mended. I first beean taking them all or a part ot their time to the eaivass are growing weaker day; by day. Three ly periodicals. Rostou Post. bound to make laasense sums of raontiy hand"Woaro constanUyadJinc new styles to otat while at HotSprings. Atk, nnder treatTrav. Salesman "Wrought Iron Range Co, M. " Review is filled each month with ling it. urge Tarieiji ana mere is no reahad given'me up. fortunatephysicians The already ment for Sciatic Rheumatism. Liver and St Ixrais, Mo. son why jou cannot pe suited, to insist on Merchants, AN CLXQAXT PROSPECTUS. ly, a friend advised trying "Electric Bit- articles whicli should be read by every Stomach trouble. Constipation which I tavinK W. L. Deuitos Shoes from your Bankers, '? dealer. had been a long sufferer-- I iouud the Bhowing the different styles of bindlnlr. sample ters,1' and to my jjreat joy and surprise true citizen. Oddfellow Review, St. "Fiii b" Lawyers, , ana an maienu accessory vo werx wsss. SSSSe8PSSSSS89SSSSS "We use only tbo Wt Calf. Russia Calf Celery Capsules gave jne great relief PbTgiciana, the first bottle oiado a decided improv- Paul. be sent on receipt of S0 caii. Tke (all eetort), j French Patent Carf, used them all and from the beginning and have - riwMfc TMtaeh Vkl Kid. etc., ni Scent gallery of portraits, alone, i:Bie Review has done more for the economical Second, St. ement I continued their use for three ever since. With pleasure, and unsoeiweaisk. .Brand, three Rradea. We can save yen Phone 3. is irons aouBie tae gtatlca tojforrespoBairitn prices men wear . any oilier ktaotare, money, aena vm a. uiai oruer; yoa win than actual sst of t at far weeks, and am now a well mans! know better class of readers than licited, I recommend them to any and rfthestKie. W. L. BetwlM Espeasd we weaW ad vise yott to e4er c dEiyrsM be gkuliwith oar prodacte. ,. Shoe beciwe they all suffering with like afflictions or either they, saved my life, and robbed ttha publication of this kind in the ooantryX et eietoMve ooatroi or use eestt If deal r Cannes wppJy 70a, Mtt (fee bert cially pleased to hear iroea ooantry of them. Very truly yours, phrktiaa"Xdvocate; St. Louie. grave of another victim.1' No one should inn F-FsTMle.ey MAC rjO'ceatBaT-NuBiber- : k: Chaelbs T. Caldwhll. $5.00 & year. - BED WETTING CUREt) ROYAL. FUBLISHtl .fail to try them Only 50 cents par bot-'tte- .at VP. .1 kXMUK Kbex. bottile at lalf SoldbyT.S. Hagan, DrH6t- - Price is pst Bp in half-ab- e h -bi 3w. 1 , ;sioaii6)tlVA. Perry 3c Thomas' Drj;lSterSiic- - jfoVfmiltirae tombBcribe Tke slate pOc eats and $1.08 per box. Call at Smg-stor- e Ky. by FREE AM BEOS; Bfcka price 50 cents, ll -lVLVU eeaKHs to V, GWftte. PMI"AftWq!t, WA. and et free Mpk. -!. misery of sleeplessness can only ba by those who have experiTHE enced It. Nervousness, sleeplessness, headaches, neuralgia and that miserable feeling of unrest, can surely bo cured by Dr. Miles' Kcstorative Kerrlne. So certain Is Dr. Miles of this tact that all druggists are authorized to refund price paid for the first bottle tried, providing It does not benefit. Mrs. Henry Brans, wife of tho well known blacksmith at Grand Junction, Iowa, says: 'I v as troubled with sleeplessness, ncrrous-ces- s, headache and Irregular raenstruatlon; suffering untold misery for years. I used various advertised remedies for female besides being under the caro of local physicians, without help. I noticed in Dr. Miles' advertisement the testimonial of a lady cured of ailments similar to mine, and I shall never cease to thank that lady. Her testimonial induced me to use Dr. Miles' Kervino and Nerve and Liver Pills, which restored me to health. I cannot say enough for Dr.Mlles'Eemedles.' Dr Miles' Eemedles Dr.. are sold by all drug-gut- s Miles' under & positive guarantee, first bottlo Nervine: benefits or money re- Restores funded. Book on dis.'.: nuaiui eases of the heart and com-plai-u-ui, niT-c- e 31-3- ce JASPER, D child in the United States, in order to enable the Government to meet the monstrous annual pension charge. It conies from the honest pensioner himself. Least of all mtn docs he desire that the loll on which his name stands bhall be loaded with fraud or discredited by just suspicions. After careful consideration of the initiative in its various aspects, The Sun makes public this morning the names, rates of pension, and addresses of all pensioners in receipt of more than $45 per month from the Treasury. Our broad reasons for doing this are two in number. First we wish to establish the principle that the pension list is a roll of hon or, and that the pensioner whose name belongs there by right has nothing to fear, but much to gain by the publication of all the names. Whatever frauds exist are practically covered by the system of seerecy which has been the mistaken policy ot the Pension Office for nearly a third of a centurv. Sacrecv is the cloak of fraud in all the business, and undei that cloak tho list has grown to its present enormous dimensions. The process of puplication properly begins with the higher pensions. The fact must be kept in mind that in the list printed there is probably the minimum percentage of Iraud. The specially granted pensions are here, such as the $5,000 a year pensions of Mrs. Grant and Mrs. Garfield ; but the great bulk of the names included are those of the veteran privates whose injuries in actual military service were so severe, and whose resulting disability was so nearly absolute that under the general pension laws they wero clearly entitled to their $100 a month, their $72 amonth, or their SuO a month. In the nature of things, this particular installment of the whole pension list represents the minimum of deception, of imposition, of malingering, of pension agents' jugglery. That is why it ought to be put forth first of all. If any part of the list will withstand the severest scrutiny this part will. Here are the surviving and heroes who suffered most for their flag and couutry. Spread this roll of the honored brave! We invite those of our esteemed contemporaries who are with- - The Sun in the effoit to promote a thorough investigation and purgation of the rolls to publish such parts of the enormous list as concern their respective territories. Let the list be btudied with admiration and gratitude in every State, city, and town. Copyright does not apply to tho roll of honor. Our second purpose is to afford to the country an impressive object lesson in dimensions. The names of the pensioners receiving annually from $540 to occupy nearly fifteen colums of this newspaper. Yet they number only ",5GS in all. They constitute but a little over d of one per cent of the gigantic total pf 970,014. Tho annual expenditure represented by this fragment of tho list is less than $2,900,000; that is to of the tosays, about one tal annual expenditure. II The Snn should undertake the publication of the entire list of 970,000 names, giving a single line to each pensoner in the type employed this morning, the completion of the task would require 4,350 columns of our space. If we could devote a whole page of The Sun every day of the week to the publication of the 970,000 names, we should fill about C24 pages with pensioners' names before we got through. We should not finish the work nnlil some time in October of 1899. Such is tho magnitude oi the pension years after the end of the list thirty-on- e civil war. National interests of the grave t character requires the publica tion of the entire list. The job is beyond the power of any one newspaper. It must be done by tho Government itself, by means of lists prepaied in sections and posted or otherwise published according to geographical distribution. The roll of honor is publicly established. Now let Congress complete it. to-dapa-tro- its $5,-00th ot tho Louisville Post, in order, no All over the country the demand is doubt, to find out how many other men heard, Publish the pension list! Itcornes agreed with them and their wives, offrom the citizens who are taxed indirect- fered prizes for tho best short essays ly at the rate of $10 for ever voter, oi at on "The Ideal Husband" and "Tho the rate of $2 for ever man, woman, and Ideal Wife." Many replies were receiv- Roys! makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. MEMORY OF IDA WAGERS. i ed, and the winning contribution are here reproduced. It is interesting- to know that J. A. McWilllams, of Jefferson county, who won the gentleman's prize, is a crusty bachelor. Mrs. Marion Wolford Wayts, of Garrard county, who wrote of the ideal husband, is a gifted woman, noted especially for her skill as a painist. The winning productions are as follows: - Absolute) Pure POWDER POVkCER NEW Pure, chaste and refined, yet "not CMUHa too bright nor too good for human naYORK. CO., ture's daily food;"' educated and fond of good literature, yet domestic and CORRESPONDENCE. and fond of home; amiable, gentle and in lovo with her husband, yet spirted and not languishing with love; XIJSTG S STATION. neat, yet not fastidious; witty, yet .Estill County. not sarcastic; faithful, tender and Born, to the wife of G. D. Reed, last g true through life to him, yet notgush-ingirl. not selfish in her devotion ; con- Wednesday, a Pleas White spent several days last siderate and charitable in all things, ROYAL 11-l- TIIK IDEAL WIFE. b t nt has-bee- Last Saturday evening, January 28, after twilight had drawn her curtain, the Death Angel tapped at the door of the sick chamber and .called "home" dear, patient, suffering little Ida, eldest daughter of Mr. Jonah Wagers, of Ky. The entire community was inexpressibly grieved at ftiis sad news, yet her death was not unexpected. Although only 2yearsof age, the fatal disease, consumption, had taken its firm grip upon bar and for several weeks little Ida had been a great suflerer. She was greatly '.beloved by all w ho knew her sweet, gentle ways, and it is 6ad to think her so young and so pure to be taken frcra her dear bereaved father, brother, sisters and loving friends, yet when we think of her suffering here and now realize her happiness in the "beautiful city of God," we would not call her back to suffer more. Her disease baffled the skill of the most learned physicians. None could reach the vital spot but the "Great Physician," and He has taken her on high where she has donned the garment of a angel and has joined her dear mother, who has wel corned her into the Home of Glory with outstretched arms. Little Ida died peacefully and told her loved ones not to grieve, that she was going to sleep in Jesus. Monday morning at 11 :30 a very able and beautiful discourse was delivered by Bro. Parsons, then little Ida's body was bourne by loving hands to the family grave yard and tenderly laid to rest by the side of mother and friends. May God bless the beret-iveparent, sisters and brother, and when the final summons comes to them may they be prepared to enter the Pearly Gates and join tho loved ones who stand with beckoning hands near the Great White A Loving Fbiexd. Throne. white-robed d : l&tf i&3?ii-jfegwaqAsa ?, iWSlle ivjiaoi'fe t'&.ix? ?f CLOTHINGS OLD PRICES. '3SSS& We have just received the largest line of m m flSfl sza Clothing, Ouerconls, Underwear $ Hats ill K4 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 article needed. Measures Taken for "Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. Fit Guaranteed at from $10.00 up i 1 i i I B. STOUFFER'S!i The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Eichmond. Mi SDR. PEPSlIl mm looao ANDY CATHARTIC -- m iravsma7. vAva'xcto jJ5jui " iMjilliJTsJ La-rf- Jllll ifflimpinBa 3JEe,TCz3:ojsm7 J i m t DMi, s fcCURE C0H$7IPATiOHr 9 o -- Why Grope in the Dark GRHNITE 7VYONV7VYeNTS, JHuw Madisoi) MoDiliDeotal 0 mm arSIa W0fe e KS&fijH fiarsaparilla tlofynston's fi!fl3pjp WglppI m INUfltT IUBU1! It ..mir-i- m rw liny e at life demi-traine- d. -- 123- li tip ktst! ECONONilST RANGES C-x- to-d- -- Burns Nut or Slack, Soot or Dirt. pal MADE ME A MAN life fell IT IS INDISTETJGTIBLE (lip AND AIR TIGHT. it it pa sYRUP IP PEPSI1V HSw m 1. 1 hklki I L :- I Un fiirrEraJsrrtiJ0rr0irHJlJrE Efe UEUlIiiCQ. 11-- Coughs That Hill Winter Schedules R. E. LEE, QUEEH & CRESCENT HOTJTE. f-- 2-- w office-latel- war SOUTH W. L. DOUGLAS Q3en SO.00 SHOE sl -- mHiKrfik SUPPLY THE TRADE S S'Sll.'SU feS' lire Full-Pac- AlKT'S t Mud," I 5" ui FREIGHT. DRINKS. Ricmioin), ky. ...Y0D THE... oi-Jw- ' i - - i jhe Cierri Peel V fc"f- -- lll t?J' - ;f vSlit . 4BhB BBBBBBBBBBBSf mer-sbftH- la. mi lhad ' i M ' Z s iMi. "isUrk li'iitKWsssSilttsi'ii' i "S? . ,i.W-iniiSiita; r (9jSSKmSitkMStSBuBSKBSiiiiU - rr- frrjmBtrBUKMKSSSKni ycSJflMiLsLLsHliWLsLslHtMHLsBBHLwB SB3iSwBrlBp.CTeii KmKBitfeJliBl I -, ft ., - H t The Richmond Climax. Col. W. H. Polk, managing Editor the best dailes in central Kentucky, The Lexington Argouault, has tenderd his resignation, and will PUBLISH ED r VERY WEDNESDAY BY shortly take charge of another paper Go. which he will convert into a daily. The Climax Printing Col. Polk is one of Lexington's oldest of one of iflSS7"' m 1 rv I ns Mr. Caswell Tribblo left Monday for Lexington, where ho will engage in business. His many friends regret Appeared Each Season Until Blood THE.. Was Purified With Hood's Sarsa-parllhis departure, and hope that, being so k An Indolent Ulcer. near home, he may find it convenient was the remark of a French " For several years I was troubled with . to bo with them often. journalists-ck3 Philosopher that liHAAjiij sfc0i U Proprietor,, BUto. Miss Laura Bennett is tho guest of carbuncles on my left side and my back. E KJ- A. To be. sold , regardless re" dm would disappear in . C. E. WOODS, Associate Editor. r . a The Chinese are worrying more t her aunt, Mrs. Dabney Crenshaw, of They the next summer. I winter and began taking "THE BEST THINGS uuui- - VSfh 01 cost to In the House Tuesday Representa- Richmond, Va. Miss Bennett was turn Sarsaparilla over the coming solar eclipse than VS Hood's and have never had . L PRICK PER YEAR, $1.50. they are over the frowning guns of tive Wilson Introduced the following until last week tho guest of Misses any carbuncles elnce. My little son bad IN THE WORLD ARE T5ni.rroinc for Gvervbodv. ness rVr bill : House bill No. 50. An act to pre Mattie and Mary Tribble, at the a fever and an indolent ulcer appeared on NEVER SAID." of Europe. The Mongolthe navies on every k Wo mmmntee a savinff of WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 19, - 1898. ian diplomats known that the parti- vent adulteration of food in the State. Washington College for Young Ladies. his left limb and spread half way around A STRAIGHT DEMOCKATIC NEWSI'APBB. We hare never told all Dollar's worth of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, tion of their country means a general It provides that anv flour mixed with a Miss Lucy Mooro, of Richmond, is it. Our physician recommended a blood (mention ssthe the best things about Endorsed by ihe last Fitv-foddivorce suits are pend- European war, and as none of the corn shall be seized by county officials, tho gue6t of her sister, Mrs. Josio Mc- purifier and I gave the boy Hood's our. CloakH, Capes, Underwear, Carpets, Etc. Sarsaparilla with gratifying results," A. powers are prepared to engage in such sold, and the proceeds turned over to Donald, of Mooresvillo Bell couuty circuit court. ing in the Alva SteOfficial Organ of Democracy.. iiXTr--i G. B. James, Polkvllle, Miss. a costly undertaking they are remain- the county treasurer. The penalty vens, of Richmond, visited his daughOrgans.. can mus" I have been a great sufferer from Albert S. "White of Louisville watching for violation of this act is fixed at ter, Mrs. ing quietly in the interior Men's suits worth $8.00 for Si.00. 'fir-- , a' James, Merrill, recently. cular rheumatism and in October began be consul of Sierra Leoue if he de- events as disinterested spectators. from $5 to $100 fine. When so mixed For tho Free Coinage of Silver. Boy's suits worth $2.00 for $1.00. Mooresville letter in Winchester taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. I continued For tho Chicago Platform. sires. it must be labeled, so as to escape Sun. , of for the I am Arkansas Gazette. Men's shoes worth $1.50 for 90c. its use until January when I could go Chicago, agentam selling W. V. Kimball Co and For the Democratic Nominees. confiscation. and the best Organs more important that we supabout'aa well as any one and I have had finest Pianos ever offered to tho public for the For the Interest of tho Masses. Ladies' shoes worth $1.50 for 75c. It is Raymond Shearer has returned from A Special from Frankfort to the no acute pains since." I. W. MlTOflCK, money. Easy terms to right parties. Call and port our newspapers than that we asCalicoes 3cts a yard. There are many Madison county a business trip to Waco, Madison Grand Isle, Louisiana. Cincinnati Post of January 15, says; see me. I can save you money. semble at banquete. W. J. Bryan at Telegraphic News Geo. Bnher, of Madison county S& Ginghams 4cts a yard. All the Latest A secret conference ot leading Repub- people who would like to vote for Jackson Day Banquet, Chicago. All the Latest State jNews. Hon. W. J. Stone, of Missouri, for county, was over this week to see his Cotton 3cts a yard. licans is said to have been held here All the Latest Market Reports. President, Jefferson City, Mo., dis- mother, Mrs. Stanley Baber, who is Is sold by all druggists. Price 81; six for $5. Overcoats worth $S.OO for $4.00. Brcx Bcttkuwokth's last night lor the purpose of launching cor. Winchester Demdec!5-t- f Old P. O. Building, Irvine St. removes a lovable character from a Governor's boom for John Bennett, patch to the St. Louis Globe Dem- quite ill. Huut Ladies' capes worth $3.5o for $1.75. death are the only.pllls to tiko says this, show ing Bryan's great ocrat. Correct Court Report'. flOOd S FlIlS with Hood's Sarsaparilla. State Senator, serving ocrat, public life, and one of Ohio's best Re- the hold-ovHose and socks 4cts a pair. Correct Market Report. Mrs D. B. Carter, nee Miss Ella publicans has passed away, sincerely his second term from the Madison strength : Reports. Blankets 40cts a pair. Reliable News The consensus of opinion here is writes that her home is now nt County District. This, in view of the mournel by men of all parties. Honest Editorial Policy. Kirksville at tho residence of died at .i. fact that this plum was thought to that it will bo a miracle if any living Ladoga, Ind., her husband's headaged 08 IIeke is one of Ssm Jones' last re- have been pulled and laid aside for man can carry Missouri over Bryan for quarters. He is traveling for the W. P. Prewitt, on Saturday,the RichDon't buy any goods until you have seen our marks: "They are cutting the dres- Hon. John W. Yerkes, the national the next presidential nomination. Deering Harvester Machine Company, years. Burial on Monday in Tlio Louisville Jjjgji CLIMAX Bargains, as we will save you money sure. ses 60 low for the ball room, so high committeeman, means that there is That is of course, on the hypothesis and being away so much Mrs. Carter mond Cemetery, services by Elder Dispatch and Briney. She leaves two grandchildren, for the bicycle, that God Almighty new trouble about Federal patronage. that the conditions are the same and the says her home is incomplete without ONE YEAR FOR Sl.Go. who are the children of alone can tell where it will end." issues are the same as they were in the Climax. of Crab Orchard, D. B. Edmiston. Commissioner Evans will make 1S9G. It is conceded on all sdes that Judge John C Cole has returned The gold bug officials who voted himself unpopular with pension atStone is tho strongest man in from Richmond, where ho has been Lincoln county. She was a sister of ,Up --.own, cviciu w. ouu f!A Ctind TMrhmnml. KV.. Mrs. MiltonElliott, of Mayfield. for McKinley and now have to pivo torneys if he dosen't mind. He says the Democratic party in Missouri, but J. c.i. for some time looking after his real feel something like the up their jobs How vividly do we reWoKNALii of them: "There are good men engaged one of his staunchest friends and ad- estate interests at that place Mr follow who sawed oil.the limb be- in the pension attorney business, but mirers said that he honestly Henry Jordan, of this place, and Miss call Mrs. Anne E. "Wornall, whose tween him and the tree. Louisville the majority of them remind me of believed that Bryan can carry every pleasant IsfmrMlslssssJHMBMBHsHMrlBMHMMmrWMKmaMissssMilssssstMMWO Fannie Jackson, of Valley View, were bright spirits animated the 1888-S- 9. Dispatch. company at Estill Springs in that beautiful bird that sails through precinct in the State against Stone or married at the home of tho bride, DeA METROPOLITAN which the Senator Teller declared in the the air so gracefully, but government any other man. Other friends of the cember 30, by Rev. Hackett. Flana- She is dead, and wc pause to pay to her memory the small tribute of a while their loyalty to gan letter in Winchester Sun. no personal fight laws prohibit killing. The Senate that he has NEWSPAPER grateful heart She was accompanied against the President, but that he pro- has continued to pay pension attorneys him, say that it vould be a hopeless Mrs. John Pates, of Richmond, on those well remembered occasions by for 30 years. undertaking for him to try to carry posed to do all in his power to destroy for soliciting business made a short visit last week with her her accomplished granddaughters, Thoroughly Equipped the Republican party because it is a Enough of this has been done. A law the State against Bryan. Whether he mother, Mrs. J. B. McGinn Mr. Misses Leila and Annie Bright Crox . This paper announces, in connection with The Arhn a should be passed that in future no fee is in reality a candidate or not, the every facility to keep you gold standard party. Crow, of Fraukfort, was the ton, the foraer a talented musician, of his entering the field Robert everyone may have a c should be paid any attorney or claim probability Constitutution, a new offer in which guest of his brother, Dr. McFerran the latter a gifted writer. To them The god of love can atford to be gen- daily posted upon all the events , son of John G. Car- agent for any claim filed for pensions. has caused no end of talk here. Logan to supply the missing word in this sentence: erous often where other serious people Miss Bettio Graves especially do we extend the sincere Crow, last week lisle, died at his father's home in That would put an end to the pension cannot. Remember if tho little god of Hanna's speech to the Columbus is at home from her school at Rich- svmnathv which we feel. The Win love hovers in your horizon, you can of the world. on Sunday and will be buried at scandals." afford to win his good graces bv a gener- Daflj, eiwpt Sntdaj, 6 no. $J; rear 6. Glee Club shows that he is neither a mond and is confined to her bed with chester Sun, of last week, says: Covincton. Kv. Deceased was Chief WAS CONSIDERED BY FIRST Treasury Department when $S aged about 74 ous gift. We have the stock for you to is going decent handler of the "King's En- a severe cold. Versailles cor. Blue Clerk of the 'Mrs. Ann E. Wornall, Diilj, vita Sasiij, 6 mos. 1; Senator Jones, of Barren, 41 ' AS A GOOD OMEN" THE years, died at the home of her daugh- select from. his father was Cleveland's Secretary of after a record with a vengenance. He glish," nor a man of enlarged view, Grass Clipper. Address THE DISPATCH, Mr. W. G. Lackey has given up his ter, Mrs. J. H. Croxton, near this never expects his party to be in power says the Lexington Argunalt. During the Treasury. Woman's Opportunity. The jewelry LOUISVILLE, KY. dei29-t- f position as railroad attorney in Indian city, Saturday night, after a lingering we are having on display is the best as again so he has presented a hill to re- the speech ho said : n publication. T The sentence is taken from a Hon. K. C. FoKD.of Pineville, says duce the salary of nearly every impor"We know the difference between Territory and has returned .to St. illness. The funeral took place at the to variety, beauty and price we have word Is a familiar one, and it may readily suggest itMNf the rumor that he will not be a can- tant officer in the State from governor patriot and traitor, (vociferous cheer- Louis to practice law with Mr. family residence Tuesday morning, over handled. None of our women patrons should resist an opporfunity of nomination didate for the Democratic The with services by Rev. J. J. Chisholm, this kind, Gratify your desire now to to circuit judge, which if adopted ing and applause,) and it so happens Garesche. Stanford Journal. for the State Treasurer is a mistake. would save the State $00,000 a year. that aside from being a candidate for only explanation we have for Will's and the remains were interred in the buy that pet trinket. Mil 1 Mr. Ford declares that he is a candi- He would reduce the judges of the the Senate of the Uuined States by the return to civilization may bo found in "Winchester cemetery. Deceased was Cupid Is Knowing. It is a natural ? date and is confident of his nomina- court of appeals to $3,500, circuit people, I also happen to occupy the this stray news item. As Mr. Lackey tho widow of the late James Wornall, impulse for a womau to desire to be atand election. tion to $2,000 and so on. Many of exalted position, given to me by the is now almost baldheaded, his scalp and was a noble, Christian woman. tractive and to provide means to assist judges . LOUISVILLE, KY. her. Cupid "We can look the Dinley bill over the salaries, if not all, are too high, Republican party of the United States, would have been valueless: "It is Two daughters, Mrs. Croxton, of this and when he is a knowing little scamp, TO EHTER TiJIS COHTEST YOU EdUST SUBSCRIBE FOR whispers into the ear of can point to nearly a hundred but it is not lilctly that a bill for such as Chairman of the National Commit- reported that Indians are on tho war couuty, and Mrs. Clay Buckner, of some fond friend the advice to send her and million dollars tares levitd upon the sweeping reductions will be passed, tee of that party, and in my official path in Oklahoma, seeking revenge Bourbon county, survive." a ring or box of jewelry, he knows he's rrfe-5'- ii Deceased was related to the late D. said iust the right thins, and means for poor people of the country and placed especially on the recommendation of a capacity I now utter the proclamation for the burning of tho two Seminoles. s yorrto go to D. P. ARMERS'S and get American in the pockets of the trusU" Letter Republican, who does .so for buncombe that no traitors are wanted in our McGeisey and Simpson, by a mob last M. Bright, of this city. the desired article. Try it and you will cl "week, and that twenty-fiv- e citizens of of A. L. Conger, a Republican and a to help him in the race ho expects to camp." come out winner. So, according to his view, men who Pottawatomie county have been killed. make for Congress. Stanford Journal. member of the stair of Gov. Bushnell, CORRESPONDENCE. are oppose to unblushing boodlers, An armed posse of citizens is in purof Ohio. IN CONNECTION WITH n railroad, which like himself, are "traitor" to the Re- suit of the savages." The The Ladies' Restaurant is the Senator Faucis of Garrard, sent up is now nearly completed, is described publican party. In other words,"I, DOYLESVILLE. A handsome six o'clock dinner was the first jerrymander bill of the session. in the New York Journal by J. M. Matk Hanna, am the Republican par- given on Friday evening finest in the city. last by Mr. who has been very AT THE EXTREMELY It throws Jackson count', with its 1,400 Crawford, late United States Consul ty, and those who oppose mo are Jno. B. Chennult, at the residence of his Mrs. Sam "Williams slowly recovering. The present schedule of Illinois Central Rail- Every convenience for ladies sick for some time is LOW PRICE OF Republican majority, into the over- General at St. Petersburg. American traitors." That is the logic of Mr. parents, road, in addition to shortening the time to Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Chenault. Isaac Sharp, of this place, is at pres- Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier whelmingly Republican Eleventh dis- lines are iusignficant when compared Hanna's utterances, and there can be spending the day in the Tho event was a right royal affair and ent conGned to his room with rheuma- Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, . In connection with this Clubbing Rate, we will, if you send j our trict, and exchanges it for Casey, which with this greet railroad of the Russian little doubt that Mr. Hanna is the Re- never Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California. The citj-- . has Cumberland View been tism. splendid train service with which the Illinois guess with the subscription price, forward all for you and thu-- . is to be added to theElighth, and makes Czar. From St. Petersburg to Vladi- publican party and controls and di- more Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled attractive, though one of the it "Easier Than the latter reliably Democratic Mrs. J. H, Wells and son, Master Se- "Limited." is equippedtomakesabove mentioned Gentlemen's Cafe on GIVE YOU A CHANCE A7 THE S1SS1H3 WORD FUSD vostok it is in round numbers 11,000 rects it. most charming homes in Madison. Ever" to tale a trip the Office floor. ML Sterling, Illinois, are visit- territory. ward, of miles long, and will cost $200,000,000. Those who were present were : Miss which runs Free The Central is Senator Kakkis, of Garrard, introMen who desire to bring abut a reMUSIC: Tuesday, Thursing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reclining Chair the only lineVestibuiled trains At the end of period covered by this contest The Constitut on i Cars and duced a bill Monday to take Jackson One hundred thousand persons will turn of prosperity to this country Olive Fant, Mrs. H. B. Hanger, Dr. Hi6le, at this place. to the buccessful party or parties the full prize amount irut h day and Sunday from Louisville to the South, also a weekly employed from the day the road the contest. The plan H simple and tnese contests have Pullman Tout 1st Carter California, and Mrs. A. W. Smith, Mrs. Carlo evening. county with its 1,000 Republican major- be and have been conducted with such absolute falrre3s to should act upon the advice of William , 9 25pm begins operations. Tne road will enMarried at the residence of tho bride, Lve Louisville every Thursday . of Annapolis; they have been widely copied after but none have become equal and Mrs. ity out of the Eighth Congressional Memphis Friday 8 18am THOS. A. MULLIGAN, J. Bryan and lend their practical as Brittain, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. M. Chen- December 23, Miss Ella Moten Tracy to Arr New Orleans Friday . . Constitution's great original series 7 45pm Arr D. DLtrict, and take in its place the couu- able Russia to place 500,000 soldiers in well as moral support to the Dem- B. J. Clay, 8 20pm decL-l-v MANAGER. Mr. Win. II. Baber. Rev. W. F Wyatt Lve New Orleans Friday. IN ONE YEAR THE CONSTITUTION HAS PAID ten days' time. ault, Misses Elise and Mary Bennett, ty of Casey, which, although 300 Re- the Chinese empire in & 45am Arr Housten Saturday " 4 45pm officiating. May happiness and prosper- Arr San Antonio Saturday It will be possible, by using this rail- ocratic newspapers. Margaret and Lila Chenault and publican, will, it is conceded, make this 3 4opm Arr Elpaso Snnday No agency is more potent for good Me'ssrs. thirty-thre- e , 9 2upm Arr Los Angeles Monday T. J. Smith, Jr., J. A. Sullivan, ity attend their every day life. district solidly Democratic Jackson is road, to circle the globe in or ill t'lan is the newspaper. Recogi Arr San Francisco Tuesday In these missing word contests. It sets aIde 10 per cent of th. - 5 15pm days, as follows: Xew York to Bloody Eleventh, alJ W. Lewis having sold his stock of Jno. R. Gibson, Cabell H. Chenault, to be put in the Uon tund received from subscribers guessing at the miss nt; days; to Vlandi-vosto- nizing this fact, Bryan earnestly ad- J. S. Crutcher, W. S. Hume and J. B. goods at this place has moved his famiSan Francisco, this funa Is given to the successful guesser or gueers in the ready overwhelmingly Republican. Thj it The Ttse Wiittr Eonte to California. and the fact The fund Is distributed with absolute fairne-"9 days; to St, Petersburg, 11 vises the Democracy of the nation to Chenault. ly to College Hill. While we regret that Weekly Constitution has MORE THAN moil subscriber sr Taken up a white cow with blue neck and subscribe for and advertise in the Parties desiring to maVe a comfortable trip to blue streak on back and long horns and looks puts aside 10 per cent from all cuessers" subscriptions for thu 1 days; to New "Washington, Jan. 13. Senator days; to Bremen, tlon 'und shows that the amount to be divided at each interv ' On Thursday evening last, Miss they leave us, we welcome in their the territory mentioned will do well to com- to bo seven or eight years of age When first Democratic journals, thusgivinglegi-timat- e v municate with It. II. Fowler, Traveling Passenenough to be worth striving for. It Is not a seen wandering around about four months . Cannon, of Utah, piesented the fol- York, 7 da'is- place J. C. West, of Hadden, Ky. ger Agent, Louisville, Ky. sincu, had a large bell on her but it has since fill proposition, but the p'an Is open and simple and - Aimirii support to the advocates of tho Florrie D, Chenault entertained in lowing resolution in the Senate been taken off by some one. Owner can have the mall liv tli. Pit Offire Department n a mtritrlinifi Wm. Alpord Keixovd, A. O. P. A., honor of the "As You Like It" Club. of thi3 Correspondents of Republican pa people's cause. n and it was adopted : WHITES STATION. A. H. Haxson, G P. A., the il Lonisville, Ky. cow by paying for feed and cost MOORE, adIT Tne boo elfrem writecoritp- -t sentence a In trtken depnsftiHl Inwhichfety ran!!, on W ill r in vertisement. JAMES In a progressive game, tho guests tried During tho presidential campaign lefore competent committee, in crened nt toe u of the maf theararil dec29-l- y Chicago, 111. jar5-4Kingston, Ky. That tho President is re- pers are buoy heralding the fact that nation rt ll.e sarm rlption booki. Jiin-mi- e Messrs. Eobfert Couchman and their skill at "Hearts," and after two In one of these contests there was only one "successful s' if in bin opinion it is not in- there is great dissension among the of 1890 the subsidized press of the hours of play tho lady's quested, Brown visited relatives in Fayette inprize was who received more than 51.G00 and In addition to this in one eir compatible v i h public intrreM, to Kentucky Democrats relative to tho money power wieded an immense . has been d stribute.1 among successful awarded to Miss Ruth Pepper and the last week. fluence, deluding the people with Mippl-ei- l or m' t Kemember that, whether the missing word tranMiiit to the Se:i.ite.it hi earliest next Stale Campaign, fcins the Blue nothrg to gucs. and even though not successful, trie gu. ,. r A larjre bald ea;le was &een a few days fa'fe promises and deceiving them by gentleman's prize to .Mr. Robert GorLike tl o rest of sit showing Gras Clipper. .i convenient-!tilii:ii OF ALL WEEKLY Y:THE GREATEST NEWSPAPERS FOR 0 an news the si-- repoi ts are entire- misrepresentation of the position tak- don. A delightful repast was then sinro in lliNiiciiiliboiliuod. ..te ii.fotce by tl.is what paren by the friends of constitutional .served, after which the Dunn bus a now overcoat and pievioii". ly too lud There is not only of v. Keep that 'n Iew and send your guess with your clubbing . i i GfVrriitiifitt t'i !! lor was thrown open and the lemaiii-de- r with bis heavy eet of whiskers lie is the for your home paper and The Weekly Constitution. now no dissension in the Democratic money n tl.eri'to to proin uaii'. of the evening passed in dancing. very iniaue of ltip Vanwinkle. Democratic newspapers have saved i ami propi'Mj of ranks in Kcntuikt, hut there is no Should ou already be a ub.ecnber to your home rapvr r tect tin lii- - . .i was When to Buy to tills paper for The Weekly Constitution for one year, i Ameriini i t Zfim i,ov dwelling m prufpcci of any such. The Democrats the people $20,000000 reiently by ex Night," it did timereluctantly, "Good ' Leslie Ballard has got so ho runs and all so while w.ilks during iSgSwp present to Its readers a faithful pictorial realize t:iat the people demand the posing the Union Pacific steal and will be forwarded to The Constitution with your guess. Cuba.' backwards whenever lie tees any uniting in pronouncing this one of the the world's most interesting and important news. , foicing the Republican administraoverthidw t.f the piesent administra-J011one. John should ghe him a new pair THE NEWS THAT BECOMES HISTORY and at the piuir lime a ticket tion to demand n just settlement of most matchless attainments ever of breeches. The Constitution guarantees that the amount of the aw trd National and the account. The questions which .riven by the charming hostess. Those .11 be put in the field hacked by the not he lirs than S5UO in c;iih. and it may boas much ;iJ "' Col. Jas. G. Dunn, of Taint Lick, after national Polities I in the great political erects ofour conn- 1 HV, EFKI Y CONSTITUTION IS I HEGREATEST WEEK I V NEWM- .' united ellorts of the w hole patty. The are to be discussed for the next two present were: Misses Florrie Chen- reading an account of the peculiar charSocial and Economic1' . Il w"txat of the social and eco- uumic quesnou, and ol tne development Annie Bright, THE WOK I D. It i, a TWELVE-PAGi Questions TO Tli i! Republican realize that their rule in years are vital. In their correct set- ault, Smith, MargarettaBettie Taylor, acter of ashestus, remarked that it of the middU NEWSPAPER, containing EIGHTY-FOUIndustrial Enterprise spondent in th west. Its special correCOLUMNS every week Smith, Mary Klondlltr.OTnnwillfr'ir Kentucky will suon be at an end and tlement lies the fate of the nation; Amy cquai as . WceUy Newspaper in America; its news reports cover the Little, Mary Poagc, Dovio Lotchor, would be the very thiuj; for making 7 S. R, Crockett Art and Literature the story of the great gold discoveries. hey aie trying by every means possi- therefore the newspapers which Cut Scborz nl agenls are to be found in almost every batliwKW nt t'isliirta and collars and" declares that he LONG SERIALS AND SHORT STORIES Main and Broadway. the people should receive the Ruth Pepper, Messrs. J. J. Neale, L is crn an-eslcni States. ble to bica the solid front presented going to have tome made out of it to TIIK BD lxp Twolongserialswillappearduringthe i - A .11 t: Y.l C t rtnt m. re matter thnn h ordinarily found In any P. Evans, G. S. Rurnam, R. E. Little In the against them by the Democratic party, support of the people L' s CSUCJi TT year, contributed by authors of inter- - J T. II. Pickels, J. J. Greenleaf. Thos! wear to Klondike, which place he is ' .S.N KlU'l'irnit Utoaichi)olho.iseinltlI.jearsreallru;ofTlieCrntitatKn'iil-riHnational fame, ind will be illustnted. wuted herit William J Bryan is a great orator, but in this they will he most surely tRAXK R.8T0CKTVX Bf contemplating going in tiie near future. IIS r:"t':.I. KIIATl ::K commend it eipedally to every kirm horn-- Araorlcn. Owen Wlster JThese and a icore of equally prominent but he is also a practical mail, and in Jones, R G Gordon, G. W. Hunter, defeated F'.mSKItS' n';RT.1Iirr, I. i'ii n r. ! r.rtnrnl orr'! rniVr ahle illrrrtton. H, Woman's Department nn. Iit. l'U'I Howard Ptle Jim sas when his shirt gets dirty he writers will contribute short stories to the and ar A attrrfv to i hia suggestion that those who wish .Meriwether Smith, G K Speed, FredurTIic Oinyt'tctron Is ce?2..5.k Mngs Weekly in iliS, making the paper in I'li'tllc, mil it can throw it in the fire and burn tho dally rich in Solon. Other features are the l.rr.rtj advocate of the liriucipIcH enunciated in Ilrmurrnlir t. Wllklns erick Booker. the Bryan is dead! Free silver has the good of the country should supol u I i. b'x dirt out, tlieieby saing a big (?) exDEPARTMENTS AND SPECIAL ARTICLES gone to Hades! The New York Jour, port Democratic newspapers ho has pense in bis laundry bill, which be W Cupar 'Whitney THIS BUSY WORLD FOREIGN NOTES TAl FGLIOKISG ARE THE C0ND1TI3KS OF THE nOHTSTr given wise and eminently practical ual has thrown Bryan overboard ! , E.S. 1UBT1X F. R. Stockton 2, po VLTSET BtGELO thinks may be some trouble to meet LETTERS FROM LONDON These are the startling headlines in advice, which should bo promptly AMATEUR SPORT Ten Per Cent oi the TIIK PI'TS IO PKIt 'KT cl Uf ani. when he gets in the Eldorado n Br AKXOLD WIJITS receives forsulecrirtions Imm prtienter1rK:ticllfcf CASPAR WniTSEY the opposition newspapers during the followed. Chicago Dispatch. Gcessers' Subicnp- Lucas-Ramse- y. t st Into a fund lor distribution amom; thow wlx name A SPORTING S Mr. Sam Lucas r 'i PILGRIMAGE AROUND THE WORLD of Alaskaa. miming word. If only sae oe to tre nt Moral : Patronage the Climax, Louispast week, ami many a timid soul, if Ertthf risht wi.rl ii m In the interest of the WEEKLV.Caspar Whitney is on his wayaround and Miss Eva Ramsey, both of will bclen theentlrelund. If more tren onr siipplir tne Fund to i divided Jbilie Morgan, tho champion rifle shot the world. He will visit Sum in sear:h of big game, making his there be such in the ranks of the regu- ville Dispatch and those papers which Berca, were wonl. the same will be proportkin-Ofldivided anion.; tin- m principal hunt from Eangkok. He will visit India and then proceed In other wc rds il this married at tho residence of this place, has received lately from bis cockers. Democracy , quailed before the dire supported ALL your nominees. to Europe to prepare articles on the sports of Germany and France. lar Subscription Fundi THE (ONIUTION IMJFCEDKST of W. D. Settle, Tuesday night, by numerous friends iu England a number FOit KM1!M: I.I v y 10c. a cofj (undfmr fret froiftctsa). Subscription Ji.00 a jL vv destruction of his leaderand his cause. nt the 11 Mine Word. Is that each and eery5H-amounts ts $20,0C0 jtar. nrnrt Rev. Robert Ambrose, of Big Hill. panled by a year's sntaenption to The Weekly I'On.Ht.tution PotUgefree in the United Stalls, Canada, and Mexico. (J of very "sporty" looking Cnristmas for this peiod then But there's a "nigger in the woodthrough the pajr pubHstiiu:; this advrrtbrniriit In ucret Liner g. S W. D. Hoe!li Address IIAUPEK A BROTHEKS.PabUshewew York City Henry James Mr. T. M. Smith, a cards, sucb as high kickers, skirt and the fund to goto the rtottii'g onVr. the gurss at the missing wtnl wrH br pile." Tammany Hall wants to conraeatmiBt be scntwi'h the sutscrlr.tion. hold nneprp-successful, g u e s ser clerk iu the R. N. I. & B. R. R. office e more than one answer, he or shew HI leenttUrd uaiareo V ? dancers, and so trol tho policy and nominate the canwouid be 32,0M). Mrs. E. Deatherage is at. home from and Miss Mamie Hacking, both being for each correct answer. There will te no capital prfaeerr-re are they to Jeff that yon can will get a first prize. Persons may gueia as many times as thej e didate of the Democratic party, and Lexington. sctacrlrtions. twenty-onunder were married at Ver- never see him unless be has one of them We have just put on Bale in our no sooner is Bryan's downfall announ"lI.VKIXfJ VOl'U ANSWER, you need not write the oentence out In lull lost ur the ! Mr. Robert Crow came up from sailles last Thursday. in his hands, gazing upon it with his rd (or the ibove particular period (designating it) Is " ced than may or Van Wyck, of New T East window a beautiful line of I Frankfort last week. Baeclay-Doziea hankering look of Miss Hallie Dozier, mouth watering and York, is shoved into the face of an AUI)Rh. ALU CLUUBIM: OIlUEItS TO- Pictures, marked in PLAIN Dr. L. H. BlantcrTwas in Louisville daughter of Mr. "William Dozier, a well admiration. i outraged public, as Tammany's candiFOR THE COM1MQ YEAR Beautiful thoughts date for President ! There you have it. last Wednesday on business. 1 known farmer of White Hall, and Mr. Some Notable Features These reminiscences contain more cnnublkhed war hLtorv iHnn g framed in the most artistic mandogs are causing farmers Tammany is a great organization Miss Minna Crutcher has returned Charles E. Barclay will be married toother book except the Government publications. CHAS. A. DANA'S any intimately associated with Lincoln. Stanton, Grant, Mr. Dana was morrow at the residence of Mrs. Calvin heavy loss. Sherman, ner, suitable fur any home and at in New York. It can win success by from a pleasant visit to relatives in and theother great men oi the Civil War. He had the confidence Burgin, the bride's sister, near White REMINISCENCES doubtful means in the mixed popula- Nicholasville. of the President and his great War Secretary, and hewuunion prices within easy reach. xsmj frivate tnitsifns to make important investigations in the Mt. Vernon Academy opened this tion of the metropolis. But when army. Lincoln called him " The Sjes of the GovernneU at the Front." Ev ery where through these Miss Amy Adter has returned to Hall. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. " memoirs are bits of Secret History and Fresh Recollections of Great Men. These Reminiscences will Tammany undertakes to ruu the Na- Lexington after 11 plea3ant visit to Barclay will go to McLean. Illinois, the week with 200 pupils. be illustrated with many Rare and Unpublished War I'totocrafhs from the Government collecuin home of the groom. tion it makes a failure. which now contains over S.ooo negatives of almost priceless value. Miss Ray Streng. a he Christmas McClubi s contained a complete Short Story A gentleman uear Hyden slaughter" Flushed with triumph over a divid by Rudyard Kipliag entitled "ThsTomb of His AHCisroKS," of Livingston, Walter Saunders, Advance shipments of 1S9S stocks ed opposition in New York, Hugh J. RUDYARD KIPLING ed a bog weighing 820 pounds. tue tale of a clouded Tijer, an officer in the Indian arm r, and was here from Saturday until Monday V a rebellious tube. We have in hand alio a era Bx'lad, a are coming in rapidly, and they Grant, chairman of Tammany Hall, visiting friends. STORIES & POEMS poweif jI, grim, moving song of War ShirM. It will be superbly 11 r. Kipling will be a frequent contributor. illustrated. James J. WooJ and Lee Tato aro Tammany Mr. W. Rodes McDowell, of Ander"Wilcox. Mrs. Eva Maupin Wilcox, are so superior in point of design a n n o n n c e d sequel to "73 would be against Mr. Bryau in 1900. "X?f la M1','' wife of James Wilcox, of Paris, and Sheriff CatronV, Ilockcastle deputies. ANTHONY HOPE'S tenia. fSsplendid- - invention, in characters, Pritvttr of and minting that we are anxions in dramatic We hope this willjcome true. Indeed, son, spent Sunday with his mother, daughter of Cash Maup'n, of Waco, the it NEW ZENDA NOVEL situations, Hopeishas noblest and most stirring novel that (Weekly Edition of the Commercial Tribune.) gp 3P' Antbony U have you see them. ever written Mrs Hello McDowell. we are. Why? Because Mr. Brjan, The supervisors of Hancock raised died at the latter's homo on Thursday Rudyatd Kifli?, Reiert Barr, William Allen White, Ian ilaUren, Oitave Thanet, Stephen Crane, and many Mrs. J. II. Welle, of Sterling, 111., is last after a short illness of pneumonia. the taxpayers of that county S160.0C0. his, cause and his followers will have SHORT STORIES BY Ten Page Weekly. others, the beit stcry writers in the world, will ccntiibue visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Deceased was only 26 years of age, and GREAT AUTHORS teasou for congratulation. to McCLUKE S during the coming year. Tammany has a great reputation V. Hisle, this county. W. M. Huston was elected President; Eduont Wonderful Invention. The result of eight years' leaves a husband and two little chilconstant libor. Mountains eicnnd to dust and the iron ore EDISON'S LATEST among the practical politiCounty Superintendent "W. S. Witt, dren. in the Parkes burial E. D. Uourne Cashier of the Taylors- Burial During this "between searon extracted by magnetiim. The Fastest Ship. An article by the inventor anq constructor of "Tcrbinia'a vessel thai can ACHIEVEMENT cians. Its through organization is of Estill county, paid this office a ground, near Waco," preceded by cer- ville bank. Sei id for Sample Copies. Special Inducement to Club Raisers. . . make ihi time" wc will olfer you liberal ntf tT an vm.M. .:.. i.i. authority living. Lo, j Kelvin, a character sketch and luoitan'ce of Ttleftee, by the noit commendable. But to a national can- pleasant visit last Wednesday. vices at the Baptist Church by Elder a convention with this eminent scientist on unsolved prtfclems of science. inducements to make your paper didate Tammany is a Jonah. Dick Woolfolk was given $75 and thirDr. and Mrs. J. M. Foster had for Campbell. I'raan from fifteen y sirs' pettsna! experience as braki'man, now. contracts engineei, by HerU't H. Hamllin. It is a nlmtive of Tammany fought Tilden in 187G and guests last week Mrs. McKee, of "VeTHE RAILROAD OUR GREAT FmsBiE Mrs. Harriet Ij. Frisbie, ty days in jiil at Lagrange for wife beathazards, accidents and escapes, and 13 as vivrl uei. Tilden won at the polls carrying New rsailles, and Mrs. Helm, of Newport. MAN'S LIFE ai,u di.ir.anc as a piece of fiction. widow of the Inte Dr. J. B. S. Frisbie, ing. il A StapcHdoHs Enterprise of Interest York over John Kelly and his cohorts. The aeconnt of tr is tetriblefijnt written down by Hamlin Garland Misses Mary Little and Julia Hig-gin- s THE CUSTER to All Readers. K Burglars are busy at Paducah. lit came fioni the lips f TuoJlxns.ia old Indian Chief nho was In 1880 it supported Hancock, and were the guests from Friday till a participant in it. MASSACRE Awarded the "Superb" was beaten. COMMEBCUl TRIBUNFS Monday of Miss McRoberts, in DanIi C3e, ttrrets. means of travel, water supply, safeguards of life and With the ready cash at hand, we Highest HonorsWorld's Fair, How's Tbihl In 1884 it "died in tho last detch" ville. Vili, tpcris ard pleasures the conditicns of life of the perfected city of NEW YORK. r.Mt centurv, by Col. George. E. Waring, Jr., Commissioner of the advantage of an unexpected fighting Cleveland and Cleveland We offer One Hundred Dollars reward IN I950 1. v tenirg ucparimtmoi new ioik. Miss Katie Smith left yesterday for Book opportunity of purchasing a larger won. Mark Twain contributes Tan article in his old manner, dncrisine hw for any case of Catarrh that cannot be voyage Com India toSovih Africa. The illustration, are by Frankfort, to be the guest Miss RK TWAIN In 1888, tho Tammany Tiger, meek-eye- d Emily Hazelrigg,, daughter ofolJndge cured by Hall's Catarrh Cnre. olfcringof Moquetts, Rngs. These Frost and Peter Nrwell, an i are as droll and hnmormii lA, A.B. .h, ,n .i.tr ;r rte; Hi lauocn anil Ms Expedition, from materials furnished and submissive, came to CleveF. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. rugs have never sold for less than Hazelrigg of the Court of Appeals. i bro.her of Mr. Strinberg, Andrew's companion. ,&n iedm in ADVENTURE To Eaql? Yearly Subscriber land's support and beat him. "We the undersigned, have known 1 I cecfi'orrd Asia, a story of remarkable adventnr mil rndnnn S.VX) We now offer you choice , j . ted r in ThiM. His own story, lid was cantmed. tonnrrrf onH fl..r.!l. In honor of her accomplished and - j- In 1892, the eloquent Bourke CochJ. Cheney for the last and beWho will serld 10c additional, for postage and '1 son in tAe Far JVV4. The famous explorer writes of the years he lived in regions far north of for A large number of ran, representing Tammany, inveigh attractive guest. Hiss Jessie Kennedy, ..c Um (Canes of human habitation. lieve him perfectly honorable' in all pajjking. 60c JTet to accompany each order. ol Covington, Miss Liucia Bumaui ennomination ini.de rugs, just finished, and ed against Cleveland's business .transactions and financially ton the raetnodstiat the next expeAiionkhorfd adow, arrithi AJjT AliSOLUTELY RELIABLE AUTEIORITY ' imnortant scientific IrnnwWa irf K. .:... ", was nominated and tertained a small nnmher of intimate able to carry out ajiy obligations made added to onr stock yesterday. but Cleveland the ocean currents, depths and temperature of lie water, etc. TaUXaowledserwiU be rftha friends last "Wednesday. , elected. by their firm. alue to science. trr They arc bargains. .;.. mo, ,,, !..5 i. In 1896 Bryan was nominated while Miss Katie Blailton has aces p tod a West & Tkuax, "Wholesale Druggists, musrraiors. are mikuHT pi :sre4 . tor r,.,, ji. nt Mituris aiAGinxK- - Coje. n. JC. p.i at V position of teacbel: in the S. P. Lees .... Tammany schemers sat silent in their Toledo, O. jyie. Kenron jit..i ILLUSTRATIONS C Unio. W " . - Kinxan & Crensar. ind others. Institute at Jackspn, and her deparit scats Welding,Tk Marvin, Whole" It is a good thing to have Tammany ture is sincerely! regretted by her sale Druggists. Toledo O. slew MriMeriplMBS. Tak MMiWcnlain the w CDfCINNATr, OHIO. J open fL cnanenoi uania KeHaiBce.,lrk Twiia'j .veye Irem HxJ K Sooth Afcka. the against you in a National Democratic many Richmond Jrlends. Hall's Catarrh Cure i taken internal- n fL.. 'l.i - J aMM account nfFrtt'c if 1 v miwi 4lJ MllitrlliB Kr Tittm. ni, ;i " Master Ronald, Oldham, ly,, acting 'directly, upon the blood and. MOST PERFECT MADE! J convention. Tammany, as Hancock rnond, is the guest; of Mrs. H.C.Shlpp, A pure Grape Cream of Tartar PowmL In politics, syeteeaY Te&i !fm mtMMMKtrtMeft .f ib . -i M 3 1 SB m 1 13 mt X. H -- HHHJFftlrwHm c . ,.. v , ... BAtd of theTsrlff, Is a local issue. Out-si4-e on Chambers 'aieflu...,M:r. - niirrrrFrwirnftiriiliilfafinl g-mwm u ',- " i&gp' TVrmvin Lexington, Ky. m territory it kf- Jonah. Oldham, is wkk f its . rJw,CMk! 40 Y1AIU TH MTAMMMi tttUhrtil DmssbUT .1 Lfc.dk 'MfMtf .am. .am, tk c c . si t.m la ABp-no- This is the way the Shelby Sentinal, a gold bug organ, fixes up a notice for a meeting of Democrats. Stand on your head to read it.: laosoadoq o panui MT; pajsdjami IIV ,(lnI3 OHwaomaa; 8tU3H ifuno. u SumuuSjo jo asod.md oqj joj sooio,o o uo osnoq o.wj ;b AiBuq9.ii uj qmoQ eqj uj pjaq fq i,m Sopaaui y Store for several days. Georgetown Times. Carbuncles Pianos.-Orga- SiibscribeNow! m Kll&l rra&i It msf tntm Closing Out Sale! m -- ! tew pjam m I nfirO lalllllvr f TOfK .Ju enane m !5 25-cen- ts k fC f ..Pianos and Pi m P Hood's Sarsaparilla W. P. Surles, er Mer-sho- n, CAll APFOUD IT It m m m m 1 jpj THP. NRW YORK STORE tii "t ex-Go- v. to-d- ay THE DAILY DISPATCH H with A $2,0 00 Word ! "AT IT Caki-isle- New-Yor-k 1 1 jr F well-know- LOUISVILLE HI Coolest Began H k Ends March oil - i Trans-Siberia- EASIER Mil EM '8r:ffi5SP $!.75 NEARLY wB"A5cS5aa3Kvtrs TB:E RICHMOND CLIMAX, 1 i. Estray Notice! $6.000 . 0UT3rsrIN CAS. I k, catch-rvnn- ? i l- to-da- "Re-olve- .l, w -- guc-sers- -- - Re-pub- lii " nit-a:it- - - -- . .!,! iilia-uu- CiF.Browef&Co v - -- - SEVEN-COLUMN- S R ! -- wo-i- is 1 co:re-iim(ien- - A- ftp In A-- II I 5 espe-aiar- jr - nili'r-T-n- . l.-itl'i.r- 1 uinstmas MARRIED. J oun-tai- us ON nfSm - s conn-Li- b-- y - Bargains. PERSONAL,- w I Smith-Hackin- for-rl- m coochee-cooche- faci-nati- ng e, u. FIG-TIRE- S. McCLURE'5 M AG AZINE Mim-- Sheep-killin- THE RICHMOND CLIMAX, Richmond, Ky. Wall Papers. DEATHS. J that ! I WEEKL-COMMERCIAL GAZETTE THE Remember JJnow lgsy&i" - SPECIAL OFFER FR lt-o- by-1- " kbit Aim dhi KpREE mnm gTBE r- S3-50- . -- W CREAM 1 .''"''"""articleoathersiblHftesofrtachfac ,1 1 1 -. BAKING ,t-.- i.uiui . Im-art- i C.FiBrower&Co P0WDH il ,- .. ' Ctuurcitl Trifeut C., " m win ar ! - r .- - - - . 3. f -- JMte i Miirt BttA,e'"iti. -w ORDeRNOW. AA - tfii& I m -- U - . -- J ksPv"" 'm i - Jbiv i . 't- - ' : '&41 Jt ' K o V. 3 - "V - The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. of JANUARY 19, - 189S. cause can be found for his rash act, tf O Advertisements will be received o Elder J. W. Harding will preach at as ho was apparently happy at home. g by THE CLIMAX with the guar- Flatwoods on the fifth Sunday of this Ho had told his brother the. day before that ho was going to hang himg antee that its circulation exceeds month. self, but no attention was paid to the any other paper published o a that of McCord's big hog at White Hall threat g weighed o in Richmond. on Monday 1,050 and is still Mulatto Barber Run Out ol Paducah. on his feei and will go to 1,250. On last Friday, Roland Robertson, AlbinandEd Cornelison shipped a mulatto barber of Paducah, Ky., See Stouffer for underwear. a d of small hogs last week. wrote a note to Miss Julia Crowell, a They cost 3 cents and sold for 3.42J,' respectable white girl, asking her to and they do say it w ont pay. Reward for two lost horses. See elope with him. She gave it to sevad elsewhere. General Lee's birthday was appro- eral friends, who confronted tho Mr. Al. McCorniick is recovering priate by celebrated last evening at the negro with it, They beat him almost Court House by a public meeting, with into insensibility and would have after a short illness. an address by Dr. G. W. Young, and a killed him hut for interference. He Hats and caps latest styles and low- song was afterwards run out of town. service as the features. est prices at Stonlfer's. sept car-loaeept-29-C- son of George Orange, of Morganfleld, Ky.. Yon can find nice Bhoulder meat at on Friday last, suicided'by hanging E. Deatherage & Co , at G cents per himself to the limb of a tree. No day. pound. High water took out seventy feet Pott's dam at Silver Creek Satur- Weary of Life. Elias Orange, Free Medical Advice Do you understand just what Dr. J. G. Ayer'a medicines will do for you? Are thsy helping you as fast as you think they ought! Write to our doctor. He will answer all questions, and give you the best medical advice, absolutely free. Address tho J. C Ayer Co, Lowell, llasa. Richmond Prokc Market. Reported every Tuesday at noon by E. Deatherage & Co., Staple and Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. EGGS 15c cash. 16j in trade. BUTTER-Cho- ice country, B EES W AX 2025c. DRIED FRUIT Apples bright, 4c WOOL Clear grease wool, lS20c; burry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c. CHEESE-Conn- try, 1215c. 10c. SEED-S1.501.55. TIMOTHY 29-l- 'We're in earnest about jieeding monBurglars Run Riot in Lancaster. ey, and if our delinquent subscribers A special from Lancaster to the do not settle soon, we're going at 'Ruck' Frisdenberry, and not stopping Commercial Tribune of January 13, of damage in the neighborhood of till we've reached that old borrower, says: l'inkard. Jessamine county. This morning revealed the work of 'Hub' Raziline." a gang of burglars. -- Stouffer sells clothing cheaper Clerk than An exchange, in commenting on Mason and family had been chloroanvbodv. the fashion girls have of chaugingthe formed, and a200 gold watch, notes, -- Win. Riley, of White Hall, asspelling of their names, says: "We money aud valuables stolen, Tho signed Monday to Jas. B. Dozier. used to know young a girl whose name residence of Mrs. John Gill was also Liabilities $100; assets about $1,500. was Mary." When she grew up and burglarized, and money and diamond - Stouffer sells clothing cheaper than went to college she dropped the lr' rings secured. Alex. Gill, a negro anybody. from her name and it was May. About merchant, was relieved of $25 Other - After being lost for several weeks, a year ago she got married and now residences were entered, but nothing M' ijeorge Todd, of Speedwell, found hhc has dropped the 4y' and they call of value was stolen. No cine. lus row advertised for in the Cmmax. her, Ma. - A new stock of buggies, etc. at John Donelson's. Hog cholera is doing a great deal Coal to Burn! CLOVER TIMOTHY, BLUE GRASS, SEED OATS, ORCHARD That's what most coal is for, but good GRASS AND RED TOP. In fact a full coal burns slowly and throws out the Don't buy a suit or hat for your bov line of field seeds, at E Deatherage & most heat. " w ithout seeing Stouflers. s You don't want coal merely to hum. Riles & McEl waine sold for Si .000 a Friends of W. T Barnes, of Newby, Yon want it to last and to furnish saddle gelding by Chester Dare to New will be glad to hear that he is able to plenty of warmth. Burning coal often means burning lork parties. be out again after being disabled for Clothing at prices never so low at several weeks with a badly bruised knee money if you don't get the good, the fctouffers. sept joint, duo to a fall from from his barn economical kind. Ours is 11 cents rer bushel delivered, and lasts as long as a Dr. J. I. Ashbauch and his familv - The grand jury at Pinevillc re- loft. uusnei uhu a uau di oilier Kinds. Cole- turned 111 indictments for violation A rural weekly makes the follow- man isett, Agent, telephone 90, R. N. I started for that place two or three days previously, No news from them of the liquor law. ing New Year's announcement: & B. depot. yet- Book-keepe- R. Wilder has been appointed postmaster at Rico Station. 8. s?pt-29-Gm lt, 29-0- elected officers on Monday, as follows: Hon. John D. Black, of BarbourPresident J. Stone Walker ; Vice. PresiBlack, his law dent, Jno. B. Chenault; Cashier, R. E. ville, and Hon. Turley; Teller, Cabell H. Chenault, As- partner and son of Mr. Sam Black, of r, sistant Leslie P. Evans. this county, were hero on yesterday. The other banks retained their old A Pronnclalion Puzzle. officers. Cleopartra, isolated in an oasis, soon Fort Smith, Ark., Devastated By a Cyclone. became acclimated and had ample leisRichmond People There. ure to comtemplate all the economic A cyclone stuck Fort Smith, Ark., details of her inextriable sword. The last Wednesday night, almost totally Wound resisted the allopathic misogyn devastating the city. Fully fifty per ist, who gave a courteous diagnosis sons were killed and many more in and humbly craved precedence for a tiny idyl in the form of a vase with jured. 40 The State Bank and Trust Company, 50c; extra clean, G075c; fancy clean, successor to tho Second National Bank, pure seed, $1$1.35. SEED-Stripp- Election of BanK Officers. CLOVER BLUE GRASS SEED-$2.7- 5S3 50. od, W; A6f L IT'S - ALL - OVER - NOW! The fall trade and the holiday trade have come to a close, and having had the largest and most successful season during its business career, the J xJ UttUR Biisy Bee Cash -- Stores SALE Has decided to commence the greatest-- CLOSING OUT AND CLEARANCE EVER HELD IN THE CITT. - Richmond Boys Running a Klondike of Their Own. an aestheic, acoustic apparatus. This told tho news like a book, but it might have been a dog living insqualorfrom the look she launched at him, when he wrote clown his address. She ate her breakfast and then fraternized Not a Single Item in this Great Store has escapeed the keen edge of onr 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. Our Overcoats and Cloaks have been slaughtered unmercifully. They all go out at less than tho former price, and many of them almost given away to clean them up. Many oft he 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. Ex-Circu- it fecpt-20-G- m sept-iO-G- H. W. McKinney, H. "W. Scrivner and C. T. Chenault, all of Richmond, composing tho new dry goods firm of McKinney, Scrivner & Chenault, have received a large portion of their stock and are as busy as bees getting tho "Klonkike Cash Store" ready for business. They are wide awake, hustling young business men, and deserve to succeed Winchester Sun. Messrs. Turnpike Bonds Did Not Carry. On Monday with a A national experjjnappendic'tis, If you haven't bought your winter dress goods, dress trimmings or silks, come and get them. Don't think you haven't got the money, for just a little money goes a long way in this department. You can buy a grain sack full 67 shoes and toots for what a few pair formerley cost you. We are selling in this great cut price sale good heavy, winter shoes for ladies at 69c per pair. Good winter boots for men at $1.19 per pair. Children's shoes almost put in to fill up the sack. who attended the obsequies. Large Business Enterprise Is This. Col. Moberlcys Great Bull Still The King. see Moufler and save money on c'otliiug, over coats and underwear! sept-29 Gin The position of matron cant at the Pa tie A. Clay J R. Garrett has discontinued "the application to fill same, publication of the Georgetown Enter- ceived by the secretary, prise and has taken charge of the Cor-bi-n Streng. sept-29-G- ui Edward Shannon, nightyardmas t r of the L. & N., at Paris, was lun uw-by a train and killed, Wednesday. ee Stouffer for cheap overcoats. r Teachers. The CtiMii has a letter from Mr. Supt. J. W. Wagers has received T J. Wallace, Jr , of Bunceton, Jlo., check for $3,297.92, the last month's whose father, T. J. Wallace, is propriesalarj due Teachers of Madison count-fo- r tor of Ellerslie Stock Farm, saying: Money For The the present scholastic year. Wanted. being va- Infirmary, will be reMrs. H. J. News. Suits to order at Stoufler's at ready made prices. scpt-29-Gm Given Five Yeare tor Burglary. Rachel Bush, John Bush, Sr., and John Bush, Jr , respectively mother, Boyle county is strictly up to date father and son, were sentenced at in the divorce business. Circuit Beattyville Wednesday to serve five t ourt convened in Danville Monday years each in tho penitentiary for with eighteen divorce suits. . Stouffer is the oldest clothier, furnishW. Parrish Assigns. er and Hatter in the citv. John W. Parrish, a prominent Peter Barclay, of Bear Wallow, farmer and stock trader of this has purchased the Ed Baxter farm, county, assigned, Thursday, making near Brookstown, consisting of 21S Attorney D. M. Chenault assignee. His liabilities are placed at $12,000, acres, for $29 per acre, cash. with assets amounting to between Don't buy j'our shoes until you see $18,000 and $20,000. I reeman Bros.' line; prices, $2, S3 and sept-29-Gm year. The "Old King," Young is still alive and getting along. We have 22 of his calves. Have sold several of his calves at prices ranging from $200 to $300 each, so lie has well paid us." It is well remembered that Young Abbottsburn was the greatest Short Horn bull the world oversaw, and that he won the firbt prize against all beef breeds at the World Fair, in 1893. Resigns The Position of Matron. "Our cattle are doing nicely at present. Have had a very successful n, S nov 17-l-ra In Mercer. al Judge Hughes told a Courier-Journreporter that Mercer county, by was nominated for Librarian by the increasing the tax rate from forty-twjoint Democratic caucus at Frankfort to fifty cents, the limit Wednesday night on the twentieth and allowed by tho Constitution, will pay ballot. for all the roads without the issuance Miss Pauline Hardin, of Mercer, o one-ha- lf Best meat and sausage o bhearer's meat shop, First street. nov22-2m- at W. J. of bond.s." Miss Mary Pattie will give a War Song concert at the court house Mon day night, February 21. The chorus will consist of thirty-fivmixed voices. If I havn't what you want give me your order hubject to approval. John Doneusok. , aregettii.gin their work Burgl.ir.-very succeiffuliy in adjoining towns. Our citizens bhuuld oil th.'r old flint locks and be piop-iroto meet the nefarious intruders Roberts House lir.st board and lodging reduced to $3.50 per week Table best in town j;inl2 O. C. McWilliaiii, ot hiies Station, has been assigned to duty at arbourville by Collector Yerkes. Mr. McWillMius was appointed to the service by Collector Bodes. Double rooms in third .story over SuitHarm's drug store for able for Lodge or Bttl Rooms. ein Dynamite Cartridge Explodes With Results. Fearful The sixteen-year-ol- d son of G. N. We regret to learn that Miss Mary Spencer Smith was unable to heed the request of her many friends and remain as housekeeper at the Pattie A. Clay Infirmary. Nearly all of the physicians of the city, knowing well her worth to the institution, requested her to remain, and many of our best citizens who have tho continuance and welfare of the institution at heart, joined in the request, but Miss Smith thought it best to give up tho work. Tinder her care of the grounds, everything had taken on a cozy, home-lik- e appearance, such as not before observed under the care of any former housekeeper, and we fear it will be a long time before as good one can be secured. The best wishes of the Climax will follow Miss Smith to any community that may be blessed with her presence. No Midnight Trials in Madison County. Blakeman,of Ford, had both of his eyes blown out and his face almost torn otf , Friday, by the explosion of a dynamite cartridge, with which he w.is- playing. His recovery is doubt- ful. Atrocities of The Mohammedans. I t. janVlm The tobacco sales of Kentucky for 1897 amounted to $25,000,000, says the Danville Advocate Of this amount Louisville contributed 512,000,000 This h double the amount raised in the State on wheat and three times the amount realized on the corn crop. See W. J. Sluarer ft.r best meat and sausage, dressed fouls, butter and eggs. Will also buy eggs and poultry at the highest cash price. janl2-lCollector Yerkes has assigned E. G. Parrish to duty at T. B. Ripley's mammoth Tyrone distillery. The position is one of the best at the disposal of the Collector. The appointment of Mr. Parrish gives great satisfaction to members of his own party and others. The new appointee left tor his new field Monday afternoon. Its a hard matter to keep a stock of vehicles on hand all the time; but if you will leavo your order with mo you will get what you want, m cinnati prizing and shipping out ery day. Coal To Burn! and I weigh 101 pounds. I feel as if I could do as much work as any The Louisville and Southeastern man on earth. I had tried seven docRailroad Company, the new corpora- tors; some of them as good as there were tion that has purchased the R. N. I. in the state. But none of them did me a adand B. railroad property, has execut- any good. At last I saw vertised. Then I began taking it and it ed a mortgngo to the Union Trust Company, of Philadelphia, on "tho has cured me. So I recommended it to road as it now is or hereafter shall be my neighbor and it is doing tho work constructed from Versailles to Beatty- or him. He has gained four pounds i.ite Tie Vcrj Dfjim . ville," to secure the payment of $2,500-00- 0 from the uso of three bottles." Drug ManufactSend to The a of first mortgage bonds that the A. Ji. Station Camp, Estill county, who subscribed company prosposes to issue The uring Company, Columbus, Ohio, for a for the Climax when it was founded mortgage was recorded in the County free book on catarrh written by Dr. Hartman. twenty -- four years ago, as the Herald, Clerk's office here Ask your druggist for a free' came in yesterday and paid up for anTho bonds are to be payable in thirty Almanac for 1S9S. lt years from date, "in gold coin of tho other year, although his business Syr- here was of such a character as usu United States," bearing 5 pea cent, in- Dr. Sam Willis Drops The Hypodermic ir.ge to Wield a Facile Pen. ally make men put off their newspaterest per annum. The proceeds from Dr. Sam Willis, of Claik county, per obligations to the very last. Madison County Directors Hurst Home Fire these bonds are to be used in extendbrother of Postmaster J. B. Willis, of ing and improving tho property. Insurance Company. Big Tobacco Crop. this city, delivered the following The following well known citizens of NAPOLEON'S VALUE OF VICTORY. Mr. R. N. Beasley, tho tobacco Madison county have been secured as beautiful little address upon his buyer of Raint Lick, has on hands directors ofthe Hurst Home Fire Insur- It Finds a striking Counterpart in Rccen retirement from the Presidency of the now about 250,000 pounds of tobacco, ance Company, of Millersburg. Ky. : S. Clark County Medical Socity last World Triumphs. some of which is as good as Madison G. Hanson, Chairman, Berea; II. S It is a gem which must Napoleon knew well the value of a needs or Garrard county ever produced and Morgan, Secretary, Whites Station; victory. elevate the profession still After Austerlitz the world higher in the esteem of its members will bring on the market, he thinks, W. A. Arbuckle, Silver Creek; Thos. J. seemed his. Famo not far from $25 per hundred. Mr. Curtis, Kirksvillc; Robert Long, Cotton-bur- favored, everything invited, fotune and the public: stimulated his Beasley has several experts from CinThe retiring President, Dr. S. W. John D. Hamilton, Union City; aspiring The Rev Isaac M. Yonan, who once lectured here, and a native of Persia, has recoived a letter from his home to the effect that his father, brother and little child were recently attacked by Mohammedans. The brother was instantly killed, being out to pieces, ami the father and child were thrown into prison. Ex-Shcril- T On last Saturday Ed. M. Montgomery had his examining trial before Judge Sullivan on the charge of assaulting Prof. Frost, of Berea College, with brass knucks or other hard sub stance with intent to kill. The defendant plead former conviction in bar of the prosecution then pending. It appeared from the facts as to the former conviction that President Frost was assaulted on the night of January G, last, and about 11 o'clock the same night Montgomery surrendered to Squire Gay, of the Glade precinct, who issued a warrant for Montgomery on his own statement and upon confession was fined $5. Judge Sullivan held Montgomery to await tho nclion of tho grand jury and announced that it had just as well be understood once for all thajno midnight trials would be recognized or respected in Madison count'. Montgomery's bond was placed at $100, which he gave and was released from custody. Judge Scott handed down a decision in the pike bond case, and declares that the issue of bonds to pay for pikes, at the recent election did not carry. He holds that the amonnt of bonds to be issued must be specified in the call for the election. Furthermore The First Chainlcss Wheel. that the Constitution forbids an indebtMr. E. K. Mitchell, the pioneer in all edness of more than 2 per cent, of the assessed value of the property in the improved bicycles for the past dozen county, in addition to the regular levy. years, is the first person to own a chain-les- s bicycle, and he is being besieged C. The Way One Farmer Posted His Farm. by callers to show this wonderful inA farmer down in Hart county vention, a great improvement over the where, by the way, all kinds of game chaiu and sprocket wheels heretofore abounds had his farm posted. On a in universal use. The new mechanism board was the lettering: "Don't shoot is a simple application of an old law of here or I'll shoot you." But the hunt- mechanics, transferring power by means ers hunted and tho farmer cussed. of a rod and cog wheels. These arc Patience grfve out. Cussing did no securely encased and the only yisiblc good. The next day another board was motive power are the pedals. Nest displaved. On it read. "Hunt all you year Mr. Mitchell hopes to do away please and when the bell rings come with these, and then we may get on our to dinner." The hunters still hunt but wheels and say "Presto, veto, change ; they are afraid to accept the old man's all aboard for Kingston," and off wo invitation to dinner. jump without knowing exactly how or why wo did it Death of James Dykes. SEVEN DOCTORS FAILED. James Dykes died at his home on the Roonesboro pike, seven or eight A Case ot Systemic Catarrh in Its miles from the city, Monday night, aged about sixty-fou- r Worst Form Cured. years. The cause of his death was a most maligInvalids would do well to read the nant carbuncle. It was thirteen inches following letter recently written to Dr. in length and physicians say the re- Hartman by Mr. Abo Miller, of Stilles-villcords of medical science show but Indiana. Not only read it, but few of such enormous size ponder on it. Not only ponder on it, The funeral was held at the family but act upon it. He Writes: "A word residence near which the remains of praise to your medicines. I began were buried. He leaves a wife and n taking a five sons, most of them grown or nearthe 20th of February, 189 7. I ly so. He was a quiet, orderly farmer was all worn out. and ono of our very best citizens. My weight was Winchester Democrat. 134 poundsI Deceased was well known in this was weak and almost ready to county, and an uncle of our tovvnmen go to bed. I had J. D. and Jesse Dykes. catarrh, asthma and kiilney trou Big Mortgage Redorded The Louisville and e, Pe-ru-- The largest but most quiet business enterprise here, is that of Dr. W. G. White and Superintendent J. C. Lyter, who have moved their wholesale drug manufactory to the store-rooon Irvine Street in the rear of the Methodist Church, the change being necessitated by tho fire in the Bennett Building some weeks ago, where they were located. ' Mr. Lyter informs us that the firm manufactures and ships more patent medicines from Richmond than are received here from all sources Furthermore the ordeis come from every State in the South, so popular have Dr. White's medicines become. 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 any other department. If you need any carpets for your houses this spring buy them during this sale and save :o per cent. keen-edge- d -- Jim: !Nice bleached table damask. 23c per yard; good red table cloth, full width, fast colors, 17c per yard; good outing black cotcloth will be 6oId at 4c per yard; full yard-wid- e ton, clear of dressing, only 4Ac per yarn; Green Ticket Sea Island cotLonsdale, only Cc per yard; nice yard-wid- e ton, 4c per yard. Take advantage of this big sale and buy your cali;os for comforts at our cut prices. We will offer during this sale one 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 $2 50, hut 6izes rre all broken and the lot is composed-o- several different lands. Tan, black, white and all colors and shapes. Look through this lot while in the house, we want to close them out. f 4ms What we have left in underwear will be sold at the followingprices: Children's 10c vests at 5c; 15c vests at 10c; 25c vests at 15c; ladies' 25c vests at 15c; 40c vests at 24c; 50c vests at 29c; men's 35c ribbed vests at 23c; men's 50c ribbed vests at39c; men's 75c and $1 vests will be closed at one price, 49c; drawers to match all vests, same price as vests. In this sale yon can get good men's hats at 39c; real fur hats for men, nobby and stylish, at C9c. You can save from $1 to $4 on a trunk by taking advantage of this cut price sale. Men's suits and parts of suits will be sold in this sate Children's knee suits and youths and boys' suits have also felt the effect of our cold steel. at ridiculously low prices. long-pa- V Even before going to print people are staring in amazement at the low prices we are naming on goods and as this .wle will be thoroughly advertised, our house will he jammed with eager purshasers. 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. Thanking you before hand for your patronage of this and for your liberal past favors, we are very respectfully, 1 sale W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. SE23 S r sw, Mm .&tT&& Doa't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Life Away. If you waut to quit tobacco using easily arid forever, be maao well, strong, magnetic, full of new life and vigor, take s'.rong. fas V - Southeastern Railroad Company to sue Bonds. Is Pe-ru-- ble. I have taken ten bottles of part in the great drama of life. Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the Miy we always have an ear open to finest liver and bowel regulator ever mayl ly the cries of the sick, and distressed, made. Tho jury in thcCardwell murder case, and may we always be found ready and willing to go forth at all times in at Beattyville, failed to agree. the grand and noble mission of healTEA cures Dyspcp- ing tho sick and relieving tho disIMIISvS v sia, Constipation and Inditressed of mankind." gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. his P4NUB1AM rier-Joum- A special from Versailles to the Cou al of January 12, says: BROO&STOWN Miss lletha Shearer, of Winchester, is visitiug relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Haraelton, of St. Louis, are enjoying their old Kentucky home again. The latter was formerly Miss Alice Williams, of this place, where she is welcomed by a host of friends aside from her immediate family. Regular Services at the church here Satuiday and Sunday last. Rev. T. Q. Martin having been called for the present year, Mrs. Martin and little daughter camo over from Winchester Saturday for a short slay with friends in this Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. G. White. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. o r your Over lOO.OCO cured. Buy druggist, under guarantee to cure, 50c or $1.)0. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. bterllng Kemedy Co.,Clucaco or New York. More cattle is being fed in Kentucky this winter than ever before. no wonder-worke- r, tuat makes weak men For Sale! Forty-thre- e acres of land. 12 acres of which is first-clariver bottom land, with good dwelling house and stable thrown in. One quarter mile from Shearer's water tank, on Otter Creek. For further particulars call on or address J. B. GRIMES. septl5-3m- o Ford, Ky. ss Mormonsareinvading West Kentucky, sivs the Paducah Visitor. What Everybody Knows, Pe-ru-n- to-da- Pe-ru-- ht. g; ev- Joiix Donelson. Rev. Frederick G rider, well known in this county, who recently resigned & B. depot- the pastomte cf the Methodist church A Wonderful Buggy. at Barbourville because members would not pay his salary, has taken bis charge Mr. Irvin Brown, of Paint Lick, has again and is in the midst of an interest- in his possession a buggy that was ing revival, there being about fifty ad- made by M. A. B. Ely, cf that place, ditions to date. 20 years ago, and notwithstanding it That's tv hat most coal is for, but- - good coal burns slowly and thiows 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 ct the 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, R. N. Dan S. Harber, Red House; Wm. Benton, "Waco; Dr. J. Ayers. College Hill; J. Ed. Cosby, Red House; Robert E. Baugb, Berea; C. F. Parks, Speedwell; Wilson Tates, Moberley; T. J. Jones, Perkins; R. John Heathman, Uewby, Geo T. Wiley, Edenton. This well known company is over six years old. Has nearly $2,000,000 capital stock in the ten counties and furnished protection last year against firo, lightning and wind for 50 cents per $100. Being directed by such business men as above its success is not a surprise, but as could only be expected. Kingston's Speaker Won. vehicle ever since besides making two trips to Chattanooga during the time, it is still a good buggy and has never had a dollar's worth of work done on It- - This should speak well was sold at fifteen cents a pound. The for Mr. Ely as a carriage maker, who or is still running a shop and doing a total amount paid was $273 55 an acre. Surely, farming pays good business at that place. when a single crop is sold for these Tcachirs' Training School. prices. A Lexington special says: "The loRev. W. R. Lloyd is pleasing his cal daily and educational papers are large congregation with excellent ser- advocating the creation of a State mons, that of Sunday morning last be- training school for teachers by tho ing one which particularly deserves Legislature, along tho line suggested mention. The text was Companionship, by tho recout Convention of School taken from the scriptural injunction to Superintendents at Frankfort. This beware of evil companions. It was one convention suggested that the State of those discourses which fiods every- should appropriate $10,000 for the day application, and it was illustrated erection of a building and an additionso forcihly and with each conviction al $3,000 for the employment of able and finish as to compel us to mentally educators of the State during tejva-catio- n pray for God's blessings upon the minisor for a period of three months ters who boldly proclaim the only way each year. Lexington has takenjlup to live 'that wa may not fear death. the suggestion, but wants the proposi "Teach us, lord, bow Jo die; ti amended so as to make Lexlag- BtO, still IiudrkMfl,bew to lire," fern tb plae. et Um wheol." One of the best sales of tobacco of the present season is that of Thomas C. Robinson and F. M. Toer to Charles B. Stewart. The entire crop of fifteen acres, amounting to 27,355 pounds, -- A special from Winchester says: has been in constant use as a family . f Seven speakers, three girls and four boys, representing as many different Kr. Biln llirau IIIim. sections and schools in the county, competed on Friday night at the court Tho community was shocked on Sunhouse for a $10 prize for the best decla- day last by the announcement that Mr. mation. The night was rainy and pitch J. W. Bales was lying at death's door, dark, else a large crowd would have suffering from congestion of the greeted the young orators. The judges brain. " He was in his usual health tho were Mrs. Lewis, elocution teacher at evening before and walked home with Madison Institute, Superintendent of Mr. John Wagers, who noticed nothing County Schools J. W. Wagers and Prof. indicating that Mr. Rales was ailing. J. H. Chandler, who named for the That night be became violently ill and winner Mr. J. Randall Farris, son of Mr. Drs. Bales and Poyntz were called in, J. II. Farris, of Kingston. His subject conjestion of tho brain was pronounced, was "Ben Hur's Chariot Race;" one of and the report 6pread that our well-knothe most thrilling and difficult selecand highly respected tions. But when it was known that the stock trader, and proprietor of the young man had been trained by Prof. Madison County Saddle Horse Nursery Nathan Elliott, himself a champion of was in a dying condition. The comchampions in declamation and oratory, munity was deeply moved and with the there was a feeling of satisfaction that realization that his chances for recovery the judges were right in their decision. seemed so slight at one time, came the Mr. Farris is a bright young man, of hope that he might survive to hear the excellent character, devoted to his stud- universal expression of esteem in which ies, and had given less than two weeks he is held, and realize tho sorrow which to tho preparation of his speech, but his death would occasion. As official Prof. Elliott had won several medals on or civilian, churchman, trader or the same speech, and trained him down walk of life, Mr. Bales is ap to a fine point, in Taco horse parlance, preciated for his lofty ,i$eas of christian in a short time.. Roth teacher and pu citizenship and his Iobb would be a sad pil deserve to be coBeratulated, whilst blow to MskUob countr." . , Prof. Clark," who -- projected the contest, Ongoing to ptwi.we Jenra datwrree muck proim for tkisHcitwte- - that'Mr.j&aUa o4itiea it uk im- -omfal wwiiBg. --' s nj. ' V prTtl. , i 1 s ff, ambition. With growing power ho gathered the fruits of victory. And so has it ever been, Success succeeds. A notable illustration of this truth is furnished by the great victories won at the World's Fair in '93 and the California Midwinter Fair in '94 by Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. Ever increasing sales and popularity have been the result. Tho people have promptly ratified the official verdicts that declared Dr. Price's, for leavening power, keeping qualities, purity and general excellence tho "foremost baking powder in all the world." Quito as quickly as the great Emperor do they know the value of a victory that means world-wid- e supremacy. j Willis, in an impromptu speech said: "Gentlemen of tho Clark County Medical Society, in retiring from this office of trust and honor of which you have so kindly and generously for two successive terms elected me, I wish to express my gratitude and appreciation for the honor and distinction thin conferred, and whatever may be the future of my life, the past two years will always bo remembered with pride and pleasure. It has over been one of my first cares and honor to support the dignity and promote tho interest and prosperity of the Clark County Medical Society, and it is certainly very gratifying indeed to know that tho course of our Society is onward and upward. .Let me assure you gentlemen that in point of importance and happiness, tho profession of medicine barely Ministry of the stands second Gospel. Through all the vicissitudes and phases of human life, your services are constantly indispensable. "When a little fragile boat, laden with a human soul, is about to be launched on the great sea of life, it is the family Doctor who .must be present and play the role of captain, crew and pilot in properly steering the little craft aright on its unknown and tempestuous, voyage pf human existence And when this vessel, freighted with a human life has reached manhood or womanhood aud is far out in mid ocean, and the storms of disease arise d and the boat is and the family .Doctor is again called to quell tho 6torin and guide. thjSfihip out in safety, and when the voyage of life is ending and the old vessel is declared to be no longer "seaworthy," the Docuu has his final call to help steady tho frail old bark and lend a helping hand in safely and tenderly securing its last 'moorings J ''A'ndTiMjWj bretltrenrealiijlng: the valmportanee of Tftur etiatea Ljt Mtk f ui try to Mt wall to-the neighborhood -Mr. Ed. Baxter who recently sold his Dr. Cady's Condition Towders, are farm to Mr. Barclay lias rented the horse saue for the ensuing year. Glad to just what a Tonic, needs when in bad condition. blood purifier and know that Mr Baxter's family will re- vermifuge. They are not food but main with us. medicine and tho best in use to put a Price 25 Mr. John Thomas has routed the horse in primo condition. liouso where Mr. Moore lived last year cents per package. from W G. Powell and w ill take possesThe Eastern Kentucky log tido is a sion shortly. stunner. Mr. Jacob Hugueley was tapped for In Olden Times dropsy last week. This is but temporary relief for him who knows lie mustsoon People overlooked the importance ot permanently beneficial effects and were meet his God. satisfied with transient action; but now MissXiizzio Kimbrell.one of our faiththat it is generally known that Syrup ful cues, procured by solicitation money of Figs will permanently overcome habto buy a pair of crutches for the little people itual constipation, cripple boy of Mr. Jno. Povfell. will not buy other laxatives, which act for a time, but finally injure the system. Buy the genuine, made by the California Fig Syrup Co. jan i well-inform- Or ought to know, is that health and When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, even life itself depends upon the condicandy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. tion of the blood. Feeding, as it does, mayo lyr all the organs of the body, it must be Representative Chinn has introduced rich and pure in order to give proper nourishment. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes a "pure food" bill. the blood pure, rich and nourishing, and in this way strengthens the nerves, Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting inci- creates an appetite, tones the stomach dent to these diseases is instantly allayed and builds up the health. Hood's Sarby applying Chamberlain's Eye and saparilla wards off colds, pneumonia Skin Ointment. Many very bad 3asea and fever.5, which are prevalent at this have been permanently cured by it. It janl2-l. is equally officient for itching piles and time. a favorite remedy for sore nipples; Early was killed by falling chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. walls ot a well in Daviess county. Salt-Khcum m PUBLIC SALE! As agent for Wm. Baxter, I will on Saturday, Fb. 12, '98, Sell to the highest bidder, his farm of Fifty (SO) Acres, lying one mils south of Kirksvillc. This farm is good rich fertile land, and in a high, state of cultivation, with but little waste land, in a good neighborhood, close to foarcharcbes, good schools, and in two miles of Silver Creek and Paint Lick Depots, and is well watered by pood and springs, with very good tenant house, of 4 rooms and some fruit. This farm is rented for the year 1S38, and possession can not bo given until January 1, 1893 TERMS Will sell in one. two. three, four, five or sir payments, one thousand dollars to After & Fever-''Afte- r be paid January 1. 1SW, when full possession will be given, and the a fever I was very weak. My five equal payments with remainder divided in six per cent, interest from January 1, 1899, paid, blood was poor and I had catarrh. My the deferred payments,until be paidinterest on to annually, face broke out with pimples. When the purchaser to give notes with good surety and a lien retained, this gives the purchaser a I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla the chance to make the money on the farm if he pimples commenced to disappear and has 1,000 to pay in advance. now they ar3 all gone, and catarrh is relieved." W. Wesley Collins, 1125 Cheatham Street, Nashville, Tennessee. W. P. PREWITT, Agent. an3-6- w Mood' Piils are easy to take, easy to o per? to. Curo indigestion, biliousness. Residence Mrs. 25c. lt Moberley andofThird J. Sherman Dudley, corner Streets. an!2-4G. O. PREWrrT. Agt. The Hart County Teacher's Association met at Munfordville today. PorRent. janl2-t- sick headache, bad taste in Uie mouth, coated tongue, gas In the stomach, W Cure m ood's h E3) m distress and indigestion. Do not weaken, bat hTe tonic effect. 23 cent. The only llllj to tako with llocd'a Sartaparilla. ill III Fox hunting now. is the rural sport just g3 A total eclipse of the sun will occur Sold by Perry & Thomas, processors to W. on January 21, but it will not be visible O. White. The prospect for a good fruit crop all in America. over the State this summer i3 favorable. A Good cures Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. CUBAN OIL Memory often eaves money and also, good health. If you are troubled with ( constipation, indigestion or any form of stomach trouble remember to take home a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and health will be restored to you. Trial sizes 10c (10 doses 10c) large size 50c and $1.00 of B. L. Middleton, Richmond jan-1m Ky. Owonsboro's new police1 force is making war on the evil resorts! and, vagrants. 5 CAscAnETSstimulateliver.kidneys and bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. mavl-l- y 10c Albany has a new paper, The Press, which is published by Mr. II S. Douglas. pain-rocke- fever-tosse- d, Trifd and True. Thousands have tried Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for constipation, indigestion and sick headache and have found it true to the claim made for it, viz: that it is the best remedy now bc-fore the good people 'for the relief of stomach troubles. Trial lizea 10c, large sizes EO and $1.00 of B. lL. Middleton jan-5-lRichmond, Ivy. 9 Bobt. Evans was held! on $500 bond forliilling Geo Duncan, at Russell ville. Everrfeedjr .Sayil So. " Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the meat wonderful lseulcal discovers af the age, to tfreUa&tc, act gently .and positively o kWoayg, liver aud bowels," sysUJin, tHwl roMs, caraheiMlMiMrfevMr, nabiliwil cootirtioa and bOtouMM. PlMwe'MJy, and.try a box c&fttMiBg T?-i- "As if a brick were lying In my stom- ach" is the description by a dyspeptic of his feeling after eating. This is one of the commonest sympDo toms of indigestion. If yon have it, take Shaker Digestive Cordial. Not only this symptom, but all tha symptoms of indigestion are cured by If so. it can be by investing ia my halt Interest of the Shaker Digestive Cordial. ! So many medicines to cure this one disorder. Only one that can be called successful, because only one that act; in From my place at London, Ky., on December a simnle. nutural. and vet scientific wav. 26th, two nones. One a sorrel about i old, 1SK hands high, white bind feet and white Shakor Digestive Cordial. star in forehead, foretop cut short and has a Purely vegetable, and containing nc long heavy mane. There also a brovrn spot on one thigh. about IS The other is a dark bar, drear-oldangerous ingredients, Shaker Digestive hands high, no marks risible when last seen. Cordial tones up, strethens, aud restorefc A liberal reward will be paid for retara of same to J06 R. Azbill, Kingston, this eoanty, S. C SKaatedattaefootofLaarel Street, near tbe to health all the digestive organs. & B. Depot. This plant, which has an Curler, Corbia, Ky., or J. II Carrier. London v K. N. I. established bastee&s already janl-Jis Xadiaoa and Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to $1. Ky. adjoining ceBBtieSrb tor I for Um sfesate reason that ray time is required ia 00 & bottle. ot It County This factory Is BOtoalreea-cedeto be the i has bees Clerk best exanriiuttion. Kesiacky, fctd equipped ia This week is expected to be verybas; proven by Tbe IfiWiLui Manufactured by this Company hie givw pr- one in the Kentaeky LejtfalatBre. one-cent- Housekeeping. If a woman is in good health there is no more healthful employment than housework. Generally speaking, there is no happier woman in the world. But how different when evevy breath is pain, every step torhite! This state of health, in nine cases out of ten comes from licrangements of the delicate, feminine organs of generation. The family doctor inquires first concerning these. 'He most usually "insists upon an "examination." From this the modest i woman naturally shrinks. She is right. Exceptin every unusual cases of "female weakness" examinations are unnecessary. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a simple, natural remedy for these ills. It cures safely, permanently. ' Send 21 stamps to cover cost of mailing only, and receive free a copy of Dr. Pierce's Medical Advertiser. Address, "World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. lt MU Vernon is The Mullins faction at said to be anxious "for peace. s Notice to Creditors. f All persons having claims against Mrs. T. d. and Wm. Parrish will present them to tho office of T.J Smith, Jr., properly verified according to law within 30 days or same will be barred. T. J. SMITH. Trustee. 4 WANTED ACENTS. 500 l War Book ever Dubhshed, and the only one that does justice to the Confederate soldier and the cause he fought for. Agents wanted everywhere to sell thus book on onr new and easy plan. Many of tho lady and gentlemen agents who are at work are making from 50 to J0O per month. Trtom, Sou and IhlUn of itttrui, and others interested are requested to send for a beautiful illustrated descriptive circular (free) and terms to agents. Address CorniEK JoceXal Jon Pbixtixcj Co,, Louisville, Ky. d29-12w Sollifr ia tie CnO War." contains ijdfj, and over 1,100 brre EiltJ Stun, Wrtniii, etc The greatest and largest Ii CetffJrnt pm lilS Ion M Ik?! easily-mad- STRAYED 1 d, Tobacco Factory. Ute-ggs- c w 'I - 1 Est ray Notice lt awn mmtrmtmtUOuJb. lbattUro ap-eatio- nj Huwuww,n,qiwt. l)wi,j nmrnymwmwi l 1 you will find fcettt f Ho4' wiywilU mil Jo yoa wotWifcl-gad- . If you feel weak; dalt nd' - WWII dark fcy 6BeriOBtDBbr2nh, M ni urn t ty pl . yw teot wfcfte. at. mth WSMXW. feet aatiatacUoa in every respect's the d mm it is growing daily. Friee b4 terns made to wit the ttawal For fwtaer particulars ea& er addms, WIUUM JOflMF.WMX, ' -- , 1! I - V -- r i9 a-- i. " ' - - - v s4fc: SADDLERY.:: AMERICAN 0tfff4i Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acta gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and enres hahitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pleasing to the taste and acceptable to tho 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 may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. pro-dnced, BIMETALLISM. im m Juvriiii lONff WAI fi xaxiii WITH niiu A xa. WEED kxitvM By Win. Jennings Bryan In the Monthly - HHQH Geo. White. jpj York in The Old Cattle Driving to Days. A Trip From Kentucky lo The East on Foot New IW. J. tampton in New York Sun.J At Walteb Aibell's Litest Stable. harness, cheaper JJ1 kinds ot hand-mid- e thin can be .bought any where in IUchmond. Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction fcb24-t- f Euaranted. WixciiESTEit Ky., Dec. 3, 1897. "I led a steer irom liero to New York in 1840." That was what the portly old fellow "with a wealth of gray whiskers and a comfortable convexity of stomach said. !! CALL MS E "You mean that you rode in front of a drove of cattlo that far?" another man asked. "No, 1 don't cither," he protested. "I mean just what I say. I led that steer from Clark county, 3y., to New York city with a rope around his horns, and I walk alonj; in front of him." Tho speaker was Henry .F. Judy, of e drover, now rethis town, an and takiug it easy on the tired t life. And not an a old man, either, as far as age Roes in this quietand pleasant Blue Grass town, where tho combined ages of ten well- known citizens to be found prancing around the streets almost any dav will exceed 800 years. 'That was the first trip I ever made to New York," continued Mr. Judy, years 'aud I was younger by fifty-on- e We left here in the than I am spring with 125 head (about the size of the usual drove,) going first to Mays-illaud crossing the Ohio river six miles above that place. Tlieuce we weuttlnough West Union, Chillicothe, Zanesville aud on ta the Ohio River at Wheeling, where wo crossed to the south aain, going through a corner of Virginia, as it was then, and into Pennsylvania, "Wuynesburg, Counellsville Bedford, Stroudsburg, Shippensburg, Carlisle, and llarrisburg camo next; then up to the left of Philadelphia, pass ing through a settlement called German town, and from there to Newark N. J , where we waited until night, and went the nine miles to Jersy City under cover of darkness, because it was easy to drive at night. At Jersy City we crossed the North River and drove several miles up to 100th street, to what was known then as Bull's Head, which had been gradually moved Jup that far as the city grew. At the time of my first appearance there it was not altogether in the country. There were yards there and taverns, and on Monday tho sales took place, one man being able to sell to or three hundred head a day. The price paid a commission man for selling was $2.50 a head. "After my first trip I became a boss and had charge of the drove, while I had some other beginner doing thelead-inon foot. It was a nice job, though, and help was easy to get at $15 a month and found, the bossreceiving from to $2 per day. I made eight trips to New York, seeu ou horseback and one on foot and the average time was seventy-fdays. It usually took us from ten ive to fourteen days to get home again, our route being by rail to Philadelphia, thence to Chambersburg, where wo took stage over the mountains to Pittsburg, w here w e took steamboat on the Ohio for Maysville, and then by stage home. 'It was customary to put from 100 to 100 cattlo in a drove and send a boss and two hands to take care of them. The distance to New York was called a thousand miles, but we droe it in seventy-fiv- e days, and ordinarily drove from eight to ten miles a day. We the inoming and started at 8 o'clock by 2 had reached a stand where we would stop for the night, the boys putting in the time pitching quoit, playing cards or flirting with the girls at the tavern. It was easy work and a man couldn't hao a nicer way of marking a trip to New York than that 'Tho leader was a mascot for the drove, after they got used to him walk ing along in front with a rope around his horns, and he had great influence over his followers. When we would stop for the night the drove always got in an open place near the roSd and every steer laid itself down at once with the leader mixed in among them somewhere, and it did not make any difference, how dark the night might be or how careful the man might be, it wasn't possible to get that leader away without the entire drove following him. Thoy treated him pretty much as a hive of bees treat their queen, and the sharpest theif couldn't havo stolen him and got him away unless he stole the whole drove. ' I don't remember the prices cattle brought in those, day but I know I never cracked a whip oer a lot that I lost money on. "We sold them by estimate, as there were no cattle scales then, and o pounds was net to the hundred. It cost $10 a head for feed on the trip and the ;hands were extra. The usual time to start was about May, when the cattle lived on the green stuff, but I have started as early as March when it would be necessary to gbt feed at the stands. The stands were all along the route and of times many droves would stop over night at them. The road all the way was strung with cattle from old-lim- (Patterns'Bar i . tlrfic Fashionable. Original. Perfect- Fitting. Prices 10 and 15 cents. None higher. None better at any price, Some reliable merchant sells them in or town. Ask for nearly every J them, or they dry be had by mail from can 1 " us in either New York or Chicago. Stamps taken. Latest Fashion Sheet sent upon teedpt of one cent to pay postage. z m A7AD. I THE STYLISH PATTERN." Ar- - J c eniolu-ments- of well-spen- J I J I I i T RECALLS, MAGAZINEW the day. Horns Literature, Household HlnU, Fancy Work, Current Topics, Fiction, all for only 50 cents a year. In-eluding a free pattern, your own selec-stamps tion any time. Send two for sample copy. Address THE McCALL COMPANY, 6 Vest J4th Street, New York, v 189 Fifth Avenue, Chicago. -- ' 2-c- J 1 7 CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 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There is no better land in Madison The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a whole or to salt purchaser, which he offers at private sale; situated at SALE It is a one-thir- Insure your homes and business property against Fire 0 Tornado. je2-l- y fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc, within a half inileot White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. d TEEMS Sale will be made cash, balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, address 26K Sec. Street, fUp Stairs). News and Opinions OF g Geo. D. White, feb3-t- f White's Station, Ky. Wanled-- An Idea Protect yonr Idea; ther may bring you wealth. Write JOHN WEDDEKBURN . CO, Patent Attorney!. Wuhlngura. D C, fur their SLSJO prize cSer and list ot two hundred inventions wanted. $g5S The Sun AUOINE CONTAINS BOTH. National Importance $1.-5- 0 Ijmjra Anyone sending a sketch and description may ascertain our ODtnion free whether an invention is probably patentable. 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Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting away, will send THREE FI'.EE BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for years, has produced results as beniQcial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genins. His assertion that lnng troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," filed in his American and European laboratories in thousand t iom those cured in all parts of the world. concede that bronchial, Medical ezper chest and lung troaales lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy ana cer- K. I J. DIVISION. In Effect Nov. 7, 1S0S. lv. Express for Cincinnati, a. m. I'arit, Maysville, Win- cheater anu Le x i n g t o n mail. G.20 m. ville. Wincli 2.00 Ixint'ton mail. 1.05 11.43 a. m. Cincinnati, Paris, Mays-r- . 1.00 ester and Indiana, Iowa, Ohio and other states, and there was never any need for a person to lack for company. We never drove with dogs but I havo seen one man with two dogs drive a thousand sheep easy enough. "We were paid for our cattle in bills of exchange for which a premium of $1 a thousand was paid when I got back to Kentucky. I said I did not remember the prices we used to get, but we only drove big steers weighing from 1,500 to 1,600 pound, and they brought about $70 a head, which gave me a right smart sum to bring home on a drove of 125 head. Then I always sold the horse I rodo, too. Cattle lost about 100 pounds on the trip, or about what they do now in a trip of three or four days by rail. Sometimes we drove by night for cattle drove then, and we always drove from Newark to Jersy City by night, and that country" was so swampy that if a steer got off the road ho would sink out of sight in tho mire if wo didn't hustle him back to hard ground in a hurry. "In 1857 I made arrangements with Tom Hughes, of Fayette county to take eighty-fiv- e mules to New Orleans, another long trip. We started in July going by the way ofNashville.nud Columbia, Miss , to Baton Rouge, where the yellow fever was playing hob with things, and putting a corpse or a sick person in every house we stopped at. .We went on down the coast to New Orleans, where I sold nut, averaging $203 a- - head for tho lot, and giving us $17,255 to bring home with us, which we did, coming back on a steambaot up the Mississippi and Ohio. Wo made days to Baton that trip in thirty-siRough at twenty miles a day. On another trip down there before that I had yellow fever so bad that the doctor said I would die, but I might last a day or two if I did not drink any water. But water was what I wanted, and though he told me it would kill me in no time, I drank a whole pitcherfull when the doctor left; and when ho came back and found what I had done he told me to make my will and say my last words. I told my partner to give me more water, which he did, and in half an hoar the perspiration was running out of me. and the doctor said I was all right So much for water as a yellow fovercure. "I made two trips to New Orleans with mules, eight to Savannah, one to South Carolina and three to Pittsburg. Taking mules to Pittsburg we follwed the cattle route to a point near "Wheeling, when we went north by the way of Steuben ville, 0., which was nearer Pittsburg. Once here my man almost lost an entire drove while crossing the Ohio River ou the ice. The ice, as it sometimes will, cracked like a cannon, which scared the drove, and in a miu-utinstead of stringing out they huddled all up together and tho ice began to give way. For awhile it looked like a gone fawn skin, but the men laid the whips on and got them started for the shore, which they reached in a wild uproar, but all there. The mules we took to Pittsburg, unlike the mules needed in the south, were little ones to go into the mines, or to work on the canals, aud their average price was $100. From Pittsburg we used to go out north and east, and sell along wherever "we could, clear over into New Jersy, aud to the Ye south away down in Maryland. often traded our young mules at Pittsburg for old ones as we went on east. "I shipped the first drove of hogs that ever went from Kentucky to New York. There were 400 in the lot and wediove them to Cincinnati, where we put them on the cars and sent them to Cleveland, then by lake boat to Dunkirk thence to Newburg, where they were butchered. I bought that lot at $4 gross in Kentucky and sold them in Newburg at $8 net, my profit on the entire deal being exactly $2.50. It was a bad year for hogs, and besides shipping facilities were so bad at that time that twenty-fiv- e of my best hogs died on the way. At one time I was engaged in Cincinnati, where we paid shippers or owners 50 cents a head for the privilege of killing. Tho firm I was with killed 13,000 that winter, and they said they made money, though all they got was the -- x belong to the laboring class. I am a lawyer, yet I worked hard enough in tho last campaign to be entitled to admission into the ranks of labor. While not a laborer, my profession teaches ono that we must all rest for W For all diseases peculiar to women and cMs. W vV It tones up the Nerves, Improves the Ap- our wellfare upon the laboring classes. i petite. Enriches the Blood, and gives Ult. V w Health and btrength. It is the W There are two classes of people, one 1 QUEEN that thinks if its members enjoy , aUXES THE COMriTXIOH OISAK. it will find its way down to the W " Atonthly " other class. But they are wrong. If the M CDCC I A bottle of each bottle. Rejulatlne p For sale by Vf rflEa.1 Pills with laboring class is prosperous wo are all w all dealers or sent direct upon receipt of prke by w New Spencer Med. Co., Chattanocga, lenn. prosperous. LADIES' SPECIAL TREATMENT: m U Tho last campaign did greatgood. It cases requiring special treatment, address, giving symptoms. Ladies' flcdical De- set people to thinking, and when people Eartment. Advice and book on Female get to thinking they come out alL right testimonials,, f rej. in the end. Some people did not think 25c. 50c For Sale and Recommended by as we did, but I respect a man if be thinks, and Lhave so much faith in the Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. decS-lAmerican people that I know if they Q.White. only keep thinking the money question will be settled aud settled right. The people have come to the conclusion that the money question is of paramount im." ! portance. e.V;;' '':' If you ask me why, I will tell you. 030a. It is because they have studied it. They Oct.. commenced because silver Went down, aud it is because they have studied the ... rTVLi! (mF fKF i i reasons for its fall that so many have g S3??K become advocates of bimetallism. The N;o3H Si strength of bimetallism is just as great . z 9.. VlwAf NXaSrJ on the farm as it is in the western mountains. Go to England, to Geamany, lo any foreign country,and you will find the Will buy one of OUR FAMOUS farming classes interested in bimetal SUITS that are well made and lism; aud why? Because thev have will do you as much good as one come to realize that as money goes up of many more dollars. under a gold standard property goes down, and when in the last campaign a Will buy one of our FAMOUS message came from the farmers of farMELTON ULSTERS or one of BEAVER OVERaway congratulating ns on COATS that are well worth dollars more than we ask. our efforts, it was because they saw that the success of the silver cause meant the emancipation of the world. Buys one of our CELEBRATED i ueiieve ttie time will soon come SUITS or one of our CELEBRAwhen we shall celebrate tho fact that the TED ULSTERS that you hear so House of Representatives, the Senate much talk about. and tho President, as well, are in favor of an American financial policy for the American people, and in favor of inyou want to spend as much, we trusting the destinies of the American will show you a SUIT or an peeple to themselves instead of to for OVERCOAT that will astound eigners who have not the hopes aid in- spiratons which we possess. vou. By profession I don't Female i (Cff Regulator Planim t TRY pros-perit- j- OF T0NIC51 CANDY CATHARTIC iiitWrLLr Ml-fe"- -" yr o eo O 'l ftQfr ALL DRUGGISTS. Everybody KnovfS- rTII Those New Wra1 ARE BOTH STYLISH AND BEAUTIFUL, Buda-Pest- ji U $7.50 Sr Nobby iSPi Dress Goods &e. And many New Trimmings, Pleatd Chiffons, Velvets, Braids, $10.00 If I WHITE & TELLER SPEAKS. Senator Teller, of Colorado, a leading silver Republican, said in a speech in the United States Senate, the other day "I attack the Republican party because it is tho party of the gold standard. I hopo to see it go down in 1900, and pledge you that I will do everything in my power to drag it down. Its policy is not such as is demanded by a great and free people. I have no quarrel with the President ot the United States, but he stands for tho gold standard, a policy which, in my judgment, will impover ish and wreck our people. GENUINE You will want your son a Suit or an Overcoat, you can't afford to. miss looking at ours. We can lit a boy from 3 years old up to any age. Our Suits at $1.00, $1.50,, JlOur Overcoats at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 for children. jj $2.00, $2.50, $8.50, $5.00 Our Suits for bo3Ts or J are world beaters. 8' Boots and Shoes that we young men at $4.50, sell for $1.25, $1.50, $2, 5.00, t jl 6.00. $2.25, $2.50 are such ' goods that you have been ! paying more money for. 3 BSO 1111 i e, NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE. Autumn Ar It is now eaves Modern newspapers have for several years been in a race to see which could outdo the other in genuine enterprise, but tho Cincinnati "Weekly Commercial Gazette (weekly edition of tho Commer cial Tribune) has capped the climax by announcing that it will pay the entire expense for a term of col lege instruction tor any young man or woman who is too poor to defray their own expenses. Write a postal card for a copy of the last issue of the weeklv edition and find a full explanation ot the offer. three-month- s' B I Give Us A underwear In Large Varietv. time to discard that old pair of LOOK In one of the lower counties when the time came to nominate for the Legisla ture, the names proposed were all such poor timber that tho following resolution was prepared and came near being adopted : "To the Members ot the Kentucky General Assembly. Ueing powerful be merciful. We have no capacitated man who is willing to sacrifice his time for the people's sake, and have determined to leave our district unrepsented, realizing that he that expecteth nothing is more than likely to get it, and believing that the consideration we show you in relieving tho body of a nuisance will insure vour good behavior toward us." The rabbit is multiplying by millions annually in Kansas and destroying the young fruit orchards as fast as Kansas farmers can plant them, says the Chicago Chronicle? A dozen counties are now ouering a bounty of three cents for every pair of long ears and scalp brought to the County Treasurer. At this price for bunny's scalp there are scores of d men in the State who are making good wages killing rabbits; to say nothing of the sport connected with it. able-bodiehalf-empti- ed Iiats& Caps Everything that is worn by men or boys. M jy untwmeir You are probably trying- to make up your mind where to buy your next pair. - ft E5fTt us help you in this by asking you to call on u and examine the most complete line of FALL and WINTER SHOES ever before shown in Richmond. B IX Phone. No. 21. Freeman ros. h TRST .. a, 9 LJ STRPPT .. J.l.4 J. J M H. may 5 ly J. STRENG, WSf ffle World Almanac Read our advertisements. ONE OF TWO WAYS. offal. The Clothier, The Furnisher, The Shoer, The Hatter. I vingston, London, Jel- 'ieo. I'ineville. 1255 Fast line for Livingston, a. u. Ini lon.Jellico.Knoxville Fat line for Cincinnati, ui 3.19 p. jr. Paris Winchester. Rowland. Lancaster and a. m 1.15 Stanford. 10:10 Rowland, Lancaster and 7:30 Stanford. 7:05 For farther particulars call on or address, KUPEHHOOD,Agt. Telephone 78. 3 19 p. m. 11.43 SOUTHERN RAILWAY. (IN KKNTUrKY 1 tain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M. C, 98 Pine street. New York, giving postofSce and express address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer llv-l- y in the Richmond Climax. fifty-fiv- a t Kl4tula KASTiuinNii lu vRoet linn. S. 1807. I I. Ar Ar VitnjIIIi-Ar WC.-.iuiiimi. l.v Ar VraiIION. lA'ri-nnfh'- Ar SlirlliytJIIr. I.nnlvIiTn ... ... . . laillam "No.ll No. 1. ' So. 5. I No. X. 7 4.Sami 4 0Tpm 7.lpin 0M.imh.4Upm 0 07pm C DBiiK.&K. The Leading Specialists of America ia:im 70pm laftiam aipm 950pm lOOUpra 20 YEARS IN OHIO. 1035pta A Ar SlirllijvlllR. Ar IxiuNvllhi ... r 1 -- a rriirrl"g ... 7Sam aooam . U I Gam HOpin aSlatn No. 2. 4.3)pin 4 40am 4.4fipm 5.03am 7.27am Nat 250,000 Cored. was just before tho war and when that came on us our business was knock in the head. "When the war was over thing had changed some and the drover and his day had passed away. Of all the men I knew on the road in those times know none now, and though some of them must be still living I don't ""think I could lay hands on A young man out in Kansas the other one of them if I wauled to find sombody to take a drove to New York. As for day committed suicide. A whisky bottle was on the my own self I think I prefer to go there and under it was a found of paper table, piece with in a Pullman car. the terrible words: "Boys, that's what did it" An appetite, which had gained control of him by had Bucklen's Arnica Salve. led to his undoing And thousands are The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. falling every day. Bruises, Sores, "Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever A Lincoln county for hunter ran Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil- seven foxes, two wild cats and a pole blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, cat in ono hole, the other night, and kicked up powerful smell before he and positively cures Piles, or no pay re- got througha with it. quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 'My last trip 0 I LOOK, LOOIC I Enoyclope ia The bladder was created for one propose, namely, a receptacle 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 from careless local treatment of other diseases. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidneys is the chief cause of bladder troubles. So the womb, like the bladder, was created for one purpose, and if not doctored too much is not liable to weakness or disease, except in rare cases--It is situated back of and yery close to the bladder, therefore any pain, disease or inconvenience manifested in the kidneys, back, bladder or urinary passage is often, by mistake, attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of some sort. Tne error i3 easily made and may be as easily avoided. To find out correctly, set your urine aside for twenty-fou- r hours; a sediment or settling indicates kidney or bladder trouble. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, the ereat kidney and bladder remedy, is soon realized. If you need a medicine yon should have the best. At druggists fifty cents and one dollar. You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by mail. Mention the Climax and send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binjihamton, N. Y. Tho proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer. All drugglsta sell Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. CSI3F 0AUS3. dram-drinkin- g, 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 Mnd of saddle needed, and we only ask your inspection to convince you. We bujT for cash, and sell for cash, not charging enormous prices to make up for lost debts. We also make a specialty in repairing RICHMOND HARNESS CO., Give us a call. 107 East Main St. T. M. Wells, M'g-'r. Will Answer Any Question You may EncyctoJBairi Ask It novl7-lj- r . Courtly Court Days WECURESTRICT4JRE Thousands cf roens nn.l mUJIn-Trr- il men aro troubled with this disease many unconsciously, incy may navo a smart ing sensation, raall, twisting stream, sharp cutting pains at times, tlight discharge, difficulty in commencing, weak organs, emission, nml all tho symptoms of nervous debility they havo tSTlilC-T0Kyou, by cutting, stretching, or tearing you. 'ihiswillnnteareynu.nsitwillrc- tnm. uur HEW ALKIHUIJ XllKAT-MEN'- T absorbs the stricturo tissue; hence remotes thestrictnroncrmancntlv. 1 1 can never return. No pain, no raftering, no detention from banners by our melhoJ TbosexualorganFareFtrength-encd- . Tin Ecr cs aro invigorated, and the bliss of manhood returns. Thousands of and miJdle-agemen aro having their rexual lignr and vitality continually sapped by this disease They aro frequently unconscious of tho cauc of these symptom, tlcneral Veakncs. Unnatural Discharges, Failing Manhood, Ncnousners, l'oor .Memory, Irritabilityat time Smarting Sensation, riunken ye. with dark circles. Weak Hark. General Depression. Lack of Ambition, Vnticocele. Shrunken i'art. it- -. uLrirr on I strictuiu: i33y bo tho C3uc DjVt consult family doctors, as they havo n- - cxpenenco in theso rpecial diseaccs don't allow Quacks to experiment on you. Consult feiwcialists, woo hat o made a life f tudy of DmasesofMenand Women. OorNKW MCTilOD TUUATMEXT trill posi tively euro you. Ono thousand dollars for a coso wo aeecprfor treatment end d cents per box. For sale by Perry & Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. G. White. dec!5 ly 25 DRUMMER POSED AS BRYAN. GETTING READY ia50am 7pm Every expectant mother has day. a trying ordeal to face. If she does not Lexington, Payette connty, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon day. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon Parts, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Mon- Tcatirt Si Cnii&li Mm;. & & Standard American In Effect March 1, 1S97, Annual. a.ra. . DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. Train No Chair N.i IX (Nn. 4 (r.pm J 1. 2. S CVirs. and 6 carry Krea OUoonra-tlii- ii WESTBOUND. stations (Sa 12. No. 14. l.v LouUtil Ari 7.Sfpm laftOam G.30mii 7.Zipm KliUniiAr HartKlsbAr! 4 lpm 7 30am 7 4imil Lvl 4.0fpm TJOam UlunlAr liuq-in.-. II I Don'tletdoctorscxncrimcnton iff Frr tu4X WCSTTtOnKP. Ni llMtNara STATIOKS. (No. 16.'tNo.C8 4 ifipin 7 lum l.v Loutsvll AIOSOami 7.30pm U.40JUII, S llam Ar Shclbvll Ar fl.Uam CS2na lail.-iAr Vcrsllcs Ar 7.55pm 4.15pm 7 ISpm'll 10am Ar Midway Ar 7.35am 3.3Spm 7 Ciiu tifipm Ar GcorKtn Lv 7.05am! 3.00pm r.ASTlKltJNII. wESTBonxn. tNo. t.'tNo. 5.1 STATIOKS. JtXo. 6.itNo- - 2. 1 ihntfl 4 Ifin:n l.v Iii(svll Ar laSQam lllnm litSiam' OSipmLv VersJIex Ar 7.55am 4.40pm Itiriam 7pin,ArNlchlvillAr tteam ZJtipm. ll-pKDpra ArlUcumnd Lv! COSam iSSpm .AKTIHinKII. WEOJRE SLEET rt young Iirpri Ij IAr Irvine Lvl ...I 125pm 1. 1 No. No. 3. Lv Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Lv Ar Ar Ar Savannah ?- Kcxitll4 ...7. A- - ievliic - l;.ni.n ia55am'ia3jpm 7.45am! 7.45pm Liam 5JiSpm ia40pmj 1 10pm; 7.45am kKonvillc At anta t"h tttanooa Maron.ii"U.. ..... . .. .. 05nm! 5.00am 9.10am 8.00am 1.10pm l.I5pm "bitcinoosa .... . . IK.minsham ........ Meridian ........... Nevr 1 8.45am Clopm K15am iaorpm li50pm unnotcsre. TennjmoJeratcloracjrc. Wo Orleans......... Umi itaumi s.50pm &30am CURES GUARANTEED blUIUXUilU IXPOTHKCY. SEUHET HR ityo uvv A'rrn a r TTcr?i mn JiS. KI OKBY and i:LAnfKllD!cftw. CONSiH.TATION FIIEE. BOOKf? TREK If unable lo call, write for TIMIRKIONK. VAKICOCnLH. KYPim.Trt. UT.V.KT, carries I'rcc Chair car Louisville to Lcxlnpion, there conaectlns uitli Solid Vestibule Train carryins I'ullman Sleeping Car to JorliM'Uvlllc via Chattanooga; also to New Na H. treat and enrer - Tullman Sleeper Louisville to rhauanoosa. ako Lex ins ton to Jacksonville via IlulSprlngx. Ashcvillc. and Pullman Onion Sleeper Lcxiaclon to New Orleans. tUa oMeptSBBdajr. A. Na 3 carries M'ntnov, ' Lou4sHe, W. J.M.CUU.T.M ,WMMaetB,D. C. Waehtegtoa, D.a WJk.Tmic,.FLA. Vfi7B.TMTiaJL.GJ.C . i lLGHiES.eoa.S?Cl wxa S.T.Swirr, PJiTJi.. KySp LexlBSten. Ky. rxzs. Kemnedy Kergwi 12 W. FOURTH STflEET, OfNCIIfHATJ, O. iAgT OUKSTION ULANK XHKATMENT. for 110MB The wise doctor when be is called ia to attend a pain - tortured woman, knows that she could avoid the ag-Qny that she . . endures By taking proper cafe of her No w oman can long- retain her Beneral health who neglects the health of the organs that constitute her womanhood. She may suffer only locally for a time. Eventually the nerves are ruined by the constant wear and tear of pain. They cease to impart the necessary nervous activity to the various organs of the body. A general and serious break-dowfollows. A wonderful medicine for weak, nervous women, who through local tronbles are threatened with a general breakdown is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It acts directly on the delicate organs that are distinctly feminine. It restores them to vigor and health. It allays inflammation and soothes pain. It gives the tortured nerves a rest and permits them to resume their natural function of directing a healthy activity of all the organs. It prepares a woman for wifehood and motherhood. It makes baby's advent easy and almost painless and insures the child's health. It A th.. tbest woman's 'medicine and more than 00,000 women have said so over their signatures. Druggists sell it I cannot say too "jmich for'Dr. Pierce's Favorite,. Prescription," vfrites Miss Clara, Baird. of Bridgeport, Montgomery Co., Pa. t"I fcd itiny duty to say to who may be suffering from any weakness or disease of the distlncUy feminine organism thatit is the best medicine on earth for them ta ase. I unnt ntiw it trv .highly for the good it did tee. If Mqroae doubts uus give uicsa T3.J T0330K Baa flOfME.'V n nrw. ' Dr. m Se, AK KMB ffB m speedy and Tierce'- - Pieuaitt Mlete it geatlc faative,,aikl jr rmitft to dp- re ter wis iwe, San Antonio Special: "When William Jennings Bryan arrived here yesterday from a tour of Mexico he was silent on the subject of his impressions of that country. It had been announced that Mr. Bryan would arrive here on Thursday, and at all the towns along the line between here and Eagle Pass demonstrations were given by crowds of admirers in his honor. Henry Long a commerical traveler of St. Louis, wiio bears a strong resemblance to Mr. Bryan, was in the Pullman car of the train on which Mr. Bryan was expected, and when tho crowd caught sight of him they cheered and called vociferously for a speech. Long walked out on the platform and was introduce by the conductor as Mr. Bryan. Long then startled the audience by making, a 6trong sound money speech, saying that his iens on the .financial question had been changed completely by his visit to Mexico, andthatUie had reached the conclusion that McKinley was one of the bestPresidents the coun' '! try ever had. ..This speech was repeated ateeveral places to the amazement and dteguetof a majority of the hearers, who were Bilverites.. The sound Jmoaeyjjnen ia the crowds were highly latea.-f- j Nootte learned of the impoMtioa'dntif today. J . "'Jy-- : , e Frankfort Klkhorn .., Switzer. day. Stamping Ground Duvalis Danville, Boyle countv, third Monday, i Geonretown.. .N lcholasviUe, Jessamine county, third Lie Georgetown.. Ja .645 . 6 51 .702 .7 03 . . 630 run 3 00 prige! XVW Ready; Scents Jan. , 1898, 720 SCO Monday. Winchester, Clark Monday. countv, fourtl county, fourth Air Newtown- Centreville- -. ' Elizabeth. ' Paris . 8 12 8 40 332 3 43 358 4 15 430 4 42 320 822 828 4 52 On AJl'News Stands. Larger, Bejier, More Complete than Ever. li. 458 5 10 Versailles, woodford Monday. "WEST BOUNDr Ie Elizabeth Air Paris . a an. 920 9 32 , get ready for it, All druggists sell Dr. Mllca' Nerve Plasters. there is"no telling what may happen. OlHfAMNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep Child-birtis full I Itilllvl v sia, Constipation and Indiof uncertainties if gestion. BegulatestheLiFcr. Price, 25 cts. Nature is not given, proper assistance. 1 WTWj h Centreville . Newtown Georgetown. Lve Georgetown. Arr Duvalls.. Stamping Ground, owiizer ,' .X10 Elthorn Franklort . 9 48 00 10 40 10 56" U 10 M 25 21 35 938 p.m. 530 542 558 5 48 R. N. I. & B. R. R. Time Table No. 31. Taking Effect day, December 5, 1S9G. EAST BOUXD. 6 10 C30 6 41 fgffTbe ntosiksidtly sold Ammtal ence Booi 6 43 6 59 7 06 si Refer Vplilical Manual pt&Kshed. Sun- Mother's Friend is TO CURE A.C0LD IN ONE DAY. a D. BERCAW, Gen'I Pass. Aeent QliO, B. HABPEB, Gen'I 8npt. It Frankfort, Kentucky. 720 THE WORLD, Pulitzer Bi jilding, New York. Tl 1st Class. id Class. Ko. I No. 3 No. 9 Ex San Ex San Ex Son M catterfe. eancyoa Omt U a Haeknr wit IpMjtt jtfaejra- vomi ' fe--- ii the best help you can use at this time. It is a liniment, and when regularly applied several months before baby comes, ..Jfeatfaefce and Nmtrlim cared by Dr. PAIN PILLS. - "Oae cent a dose." it makes the ad vent e&3y and nearly pain, Tiae of Trains at 'Winchester, Ky. less." It relieves and provents " morning sickness," relaxes the overstrained' musFREE: Sao.oo rrOOLB, WBST BOUND. OU 11 9 Bicyde.Oeld Watch, DjmwhU Mt 8trHBff and Lexington Aeeem. ft cles, relieves the distended feeling, shortWn, or a Scholarship ia Baiteta SzmM for L&aisviHc 7 30 am n ens labor, makes recovery rapid and Mflrefeead aaa, Lexington Aoeea.. 3 00 em NerTTetk Limited j 4.se pro "without any dangerous afteifftti. F. Mother's. Friend k good for only lH arshlp ia most any other, rcpotaWe, business coK lege or literary school in the V, S. caa be Mowed LwUate .. BA8T,soirm). tsiVoMbitil 3.M am qurpoee,' vie: to relieve motherhood 'of hv eVrioea little work at 2umm for ;the Yontfes .V? Adiocale. n illustrated r.ml miJ'V toHknat.wijdammi .J. -r '"" UMaia danger and pain. " is elevating in character, muim la tone, and tit .636 pa aspsaaay i prang pa) and prostatrte'to yoang r'One dollar per" bottle 'mt all drug stow,r' people, but interesting; rmereat ana prow oy pec-read irith sent dj exprec,OD receipt ei.priea. 1!f"""" lrttn li trains ma iallr ' "" aa. of all aec Kosiea and other InteiesSsat ,aji OUter bate PftBK loou. eona iBiac TaJbh hhwi I Tle " nudaDr. Initialed. 8aanfeceDfe sent free, will b mm to uqr attcMH natter . .'-- . . Advocate i r " AMH rTic-- to rea, 2tt&Mi,Mld spaa antMtNo to 0mT UriapapttJ m Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All Druggists rcrand tbe money u it falls to Care. 36c. For sale by W. O. White, Druggist, Kich- ocu-Qoumu, n.y. ,. Headache had? 3etDr. Miles' laln Pills. Versailles N icholasville vauey view Milltea Uafon. tkiptib u( Mi Mm,. ft1 . RJehmead. 11 28 11 1 11 W P- - A.M. 10 32 H 02 P.M. A.M. ft 52 7 35 8 ee 8 13 S 30 , leer-tai- Xr. v5 People " , V, -- . 9 v- -- adMt-9erUBgAiS- " hs scope, ,? 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