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Con- RICHMOND, Mrs. Ida Goldsmith Morris, in Atlanta MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUAEY 26, 11898. NUMEEE S 34. La Grippe, Followed by Heart Disease, Cured DR. MILES HEART CURE. by stitution 1. "I know I'm jest auordinary CUBS, easy-goin- " 'Bout like the common run of men, no better an' no w uss I can't laj claim to anything as fur as looks may go An' when it comes to laming, why, I don't stand any show: But thar must be somethin' more in me than other folks kin see. 'Cause I've got a little chap at home that thinks a heap of me. 11. "I've had mv ups an' downs in life, as jg xl. i v duuuic, ui mawd lowa. darting pains and palpitation caused a constant fear of sudden death, nothing could Induce rae to remain anay from homo over n' night, My local physician prescribed Dr. lilies' Heart Cure and la a few days I ras able to deep well and the pains gradually lessened, and finally ceased. I reduced tho to keep him safe from barm; the doses, having gained fifteen pounds, and am now feeling better In every way than I To see his lovin' faith in all that I kin ESgS i&fHstxSi&ii have for years." say or doDr. Miles' Bemedles lt sort o' bhaines a. feller, but it makes sold by all drugare him better, too; gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle That's why I try to be the man he fanbenefits or money re7 Restores cies me to be. funded. Book on disJust 'cause that little chap of mine, he eases of the heart and thinks a heap of me. nerves free. Address, DE. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart. Ind. IV. "I wouldn' disappoint his trust for anyPROFESSIONAL CARDS. thing on earth, Or let lrinijbee how little i;just naturally am worth! ATroaiTErs. An' after all it's easy, up the better road D W. MILLER. to climb, With a little baud to help you on an' Attoevey-at-Laguide you all the time; Kentucky. Richmond, An' I reckon I'm a better man than Office in the Bumam Building, next door to w hat I used to be, feb3-l- y Farmer's National BanV. Since I've got a little chap at home that thinks a heap of me " Trrltcs of Dr. Miles" Heart Cure "Tvro years ago an attack of LaGrippo left zno vlth a peak heart. I bad ran down In fiesh to mere Ekln and bono. I could not el ecp lying doirn for smothering spells; frequent sharp all folks have, I guess, An', take it all in all. I couldn't brag fall. on much success. "Here is the whole case in a nutshell But it braces up a feller an' it tickles and it is impregnable. Organized labor him to know in America and Europe is therefore Thar's some one that takes fetoek in him, asainst the single gold standard and iu no matter how things go ; favor of the restoration of silver to its An' when I get the wortt of it. I'm old position as standard money. proud as kin be "Let all Republidaus fight to keep the To know that little chap of mine still greenbacks in circulation and to get thinks a heap of me. rid of slavery to the gold men w ho are 111. trying to drive out of use the silver ''To feel his little baud in mine so cling-i- money of the wage earners of the au' 60 warm, world." To know he thinks I'm strong enough Tho Coming: "Woman Who goes to the club while her husband tends the baby, as well s the good woman who looks after her home, will both at times get run down in health. They will betroubled with loss of appetite, headaches, sleeplessness, fainting or dizzy spells. The most wonderful remedy for these w onion is Electric Bitters. Thousands of suflerers from Lame Backs and Weak Kidneys rise up and call it blessed. It is the medicine for women. Female complainte and Nervous troubles of all kinds are soon relieved bv the use of Electric Bitters Delicate women should keep this remedy on hand to build up the system only 50c. per bottle. For sale by Perry & Thomas' 1 Successors to W. G- - White. M'KISSON'S STATEMENT. iiation of silver, and the consequent exportation of go'.d which measures values have contributed t eo reduce the prices of commodities that goods which would have brought the producer S100 now brings him only SCO. This is a worldwide condition where gold prices prevail and because manufacturers can not get the old prices for goods they say they can not pay the old prices for labor. But if it had not been for the demone tization of silver the wages of labor everywhere in recent years would have risen, because each laborer has been able, year by year, to create a larger product and he has before been entitled to larger wages as his share of the product. This legitimate rise in wages the adoption of the gold standard has prevented, and instead of a rise comes a Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. "Unterrified" lost his office as Post Mas-- 1 ter at Locust Branch, and was succeeded by Miss Lilly J. Kindred, a very estimable young lad-- . We have had several visitors lately, among them Mr. Evans, a drummer; representing the Fort Nelson Grocery, of Louisville. Mr. Reynolds traveling for Strattons Tinware Company in the same city. Mr. Aich Alcorn and lady. Mr. and Mrs. William Roberts, of Virginia, Mr. Dan Click, of Clover Bottom, Ky., and Mr. Harvey Parsons and wife. Rev. M. C. Williams, of Drip Rock, preached at that place Saturday, and Rev. J. G. Parsons preached on the following Sunday. Key. Mr. Mobley will hold foth at the same place nest Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Powell have returned from an extended visit to relatives at Berea. Mr. Albert Powell has gone to Ix-ingto- n on buaiticbS. Messrs. D. B. aud A. T. Williams and their families recently moved to Ohio aud other parties are talking of going soon. Grnn Dlanton aud family have gone to Indian Territory to make their future home and fortune. II. S. K. Il SS siHMwIwJS S S AWxWWm w rnTiTiiTik 1 1NUP J-L1- s 5SKS19S 2 2 WIIJ2 2IfM2 22 2 21 si Hi $58iS LD PRICE 'd POWDER Absolutely Puro ROYAL BAKING POWDER We have just received the largest line of CO., HEW YORK. Clothing, Overcoats, Underwear article needed. I1UL3 UfiJ'fi Sat. CSs. a..-eo..- . j TAKE DEMOCRATIC PAPERS Men who desire to bring about a of prospeiity to this country should act upon the advice of William J. Bryan and lend their support ro the DemII B HOGG, ocratic newspapers. No agency is more potent for good or ATTORNEY AT LAW, Kentucky. ill than is the newspaper.Kocognizing Richmond, this fact, Bryan earnestly advises the Democracy of the nation to subscribe Office No. 13 First St.. up stairs. for and advertise iu tho Democratic journals, thus giving legitimate support J C &D M. C1IENAULT, to the advocates of the people's cause. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, During the presidential campaign of Kentucky. 1S95 the subsidized press of the money Richmond, power wielded an immense influence, Office on Second street, over Chen- deluding the people with false promises ault'h grocery. and deceiving them by misreptesenta-lio- u of the position taken by the friends PETSICIA2T3. of constitutional money. Democratic newspapers have saved DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, the people --'0,000,000 recently by exKentucky posing the Union Pacific steal and forcRichmond. ing the Kepublcan administration to demand a just settlement of the account. V Telephone at office and residence. The questions which are to be discussed for the next two years .are ital. In DR. H. R. GIBSON, their correct settlement lies the fate of PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, the nation; therefore, the newspapeis Kentucky. which befriended the people should re Richmond. ceive the fauppoit of the people. William J. Bryan is a great orator, Office in the Joe Cc.Ims building, 8 and so Second Street, orer Wniie old druotore. but he is also a practical man, and in his suggestion that those who wish the CHAS. HOOKER, good of the country fcshould support VETERINARY SURGEON, Democratic newspapers he has ghen wise and eminently practical advice, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. which should be promptly followed. le-tu- rn 31-3- w, - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, Office over Tavlor8 Hardware store, opposite Court House, on Main Street. Attorxey-at-L- a 0 - ... 17- Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty Ex. BeOfBce up stairs, over store recently accu-p-e- d Co , East Main St., by Richmond Harness SENATOR apr-l- y Richmond, Ky. CHANDLER SPEAKS WISELY. Alreadj the battle of 1900 is beirg suifled afar by the leaders of the two great parties, and there is a disposition Ofhce Collir-- Buildine, MainStreet. Telephone nt resilience (the Cnrr place) on on the part of these leaders and their UroAdway. Kentucky. f jllowers to break away from strict party Richmond, --- --lines and array themselves on one side or the other for the great contest be M. D., G. W. EVANS, tween gold and silver to be waged that year. Senator W. E. Chandler, of New Hampshire, a statesman of nationPhysician and Soijgeon, al repute and a Republican of high Richmond, - - - - Kentucky. degieethus gives warning to his party in a letter published in the Concord,(N DR. T. J. TAYLOR, H.) Eening Monitor: Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, "A good New Year's resolve for Re Kentucky publicans is to demam; aud, during Richmond. 1S9S, struggle for bimetallism. Every and residence on Second Street man who works for wages should fight a single gold standard of money, which DENTAL SURGERY. is the most potent cause of the recent reduction in wages made in all the fac REMOVAL. tories of New England. The demone- - ti. JASPER, M. a Medicine and Surgery.D s llanna has won the Senatorship aud the Republican party lost Ohio, says the Chicago Dispatth. If the Republicans are satisfied, surely tho Democrats ha e no cause to complain. Hanna's election has split the Republican party in the Buckeye State. There are thousands of Republicans tired of boss rule and the gold standard and ready to subscribe to the articles of faith given out by Robert McKisson, Republican mayor of Cleveland and defeated candidate forSenator. McKisson has issued the folio ,ving statement: "In the Senatorial contest just closed the question at issue has been whether the true principles of the Republican party should pre ail or whether trusts and monopolies should have their way. Mr. Hanna succeeded simply because he brought to his aid all the powerful influences of capitalistic greed, of which he is a clear representative. "Tho Democrats, being in tho minority, realized it was impossible for them to elect any candidate of their own party. They were therefore readv to support any Republican who would be willing to represent the common citizens of our Commonwealth on preference to selfish monopolies or class interests. 'After I hadbecn.unauimously chosen by the Republican members referred to as their candidate the Democrats requested me to appear and give my general views ou tho financial question. I did so aud there made the following statements and no others: "1. That I was not in favor of monom. etallism, but in favor of bimetallism. "2. That I was not in favor of Secretary Gage's plan for destroying the use of paper money. "3 That I was not in favor of giving additional power and privileges to na tional banks. "4. That I would stand in favor of the people at all times and against monopo lies. tie or no expense. Don't have over 500 ewes together at this time of year. Make a tiough the full length of the shed and close to one side to prevent the sheep from getting in it. On tho other side of the shed make a rack, also full length. Don't slope it over the sheep so that hay seed and hay will be BLUE GRASS TOURNAMENT. constantly pulled down in their wool; make spaces along the rack 14 inches The following are the prizes offered in apart and 8 inches wide, so the sheep can put their heads through and eat the The Blue Grass Tournament which meets in Richmond next May: hay out of the rack clean. Clover hay is the best; bed the shed THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 2G. with straw once a week and give mornBest Chorus. ing and night a liberal feed of shelled Best Piauo Solo. oats and bran or if not the former Best Violin Solo. crushed corn. Best Vocal Solo. Put the shtep up every night and, Best Vocal Duet. when it looks like a hard lain or snow FK1DAY, MAY 27. is coming, iu the day time. Contest in Oral Spelling; pupils under It is not that you will likely meet with 12 years old. any loss by the sheep staying out of Contest in Written Spelling. tho fahed any particular night, but it is Contest iu RapidJGalculation; pupils the care and attention, this constant, under 12 years old. watchful, painstaking that will insure Contest iu Higher Arithmetic. success with sheep. Contest iu High Algebra. No State north of Ky can compare Contest in Geometry. with her in natural advantages as to Contest in Trigonometry. sheep raising and especially in raising Contest Latin Translation first three early fat lambs, but for thriftless methods books of Csesar. of the farmers of Ky. have year by year Contest in Mental Arithmetic pupils pushed the sheep interest further north, under 10 years old. where more careful and watchful farEnglish Composition Subject to be mers aie found, who are making money announced by Examiners and 30 minwith them, notwithstanding their long utes allowed for writing. and severe winters aud scarcity of grass. Penmanship. Sheds are needed in Ky. more than in Drawing. Ky. is the north, because the rainfall of Euglish Gramraer pupils under so great, and during tne winter tne High School Course. ground is rarely dry enough for sheep 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 0IB... so... fSi 4 Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. Fit Guaranteed at from $10.00 UNDERWEAR AND BATS AT PRICES NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT up a..- - raSS TnE Ipsa (k4 Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond. vCyf k I STOUFFE 7& y 15 1 TT &?2S;pe4 P&0 pacD YrV 1 lTS ts KS&J& fYiKVVratTYTiViftvVS? ;??? KK8S5S5ffiH5-- 3pa3peK3 1 1 ; ; pens pcks K3..iipcra : 5k : V TT R'F 1 i ifpej-raipaa- 3J J t t J eyVesvAVW ANDY CATHARTIC pta - IpiDlSIlli KIOilTIbvdlOjSnD, 'A fife. Q O !0$ 25 SO S S RQflT TiTST V fiTT URfC0HST!PAT10H IS&ff?fS13E3SSff&t$J?il SeSsSBMaSUIiJJaa6 O OXP p O ALL DRUGGISTS o t m o K IT. O IP IWTUPn to fare any esse or constipation. Cascartts are the Ideal Laia-- I JtiDDUhUlrjuI UUiuftlUG&U tUe.ncipr rriporsripe.bat fume fnijnatnralretU. Sxo-- t Y nle and booklet free. id. STf'nLIa RE2IEDT ( .. fniraro. Jlontreal. Can., orften lor. 1T. m m m Q p en t a o M FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 27. to lie down. Best Declamation Female. Don't feed to much corn, change pasBest Declamation Male. tures often, clean out the sheds often, give plenty of water, a nutritious feed ATHLETICS. SATURDAY, MAY 2S. regularly in troughs, with a rye patch a 100 yd Dash boy over 15 years of age: little later on and a finishing off in the 50 yd Dash-bo- y under 15 years of age. clover and timothy fields when the white 220 yd Dash no limit as to age. top is buding;an(l you will have cheaper, J Mile Bicycle Race boy under 15 better and more lambs than you ever years of ago had before. 1 Mile Bicycle Race, standing start. 1 Mile Bict cle Race, fl ing start. I i DR. CALDWELL'S 1 Mile Run. Running High Jump. 'CURES CONSTIPATION.! Running Broad Jump. LAUNCHING OF THE BATTLE-SHIThrow ing Heavy Shot. Throwing Base Ball. Base Ball Game. For the launching of tho Battle-shi- p "Kentucky" at Newport News, Va , the Additional contests may be lormed Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will by a challenge from any principal who make the following low round trip rates 6hall offer prize for same. v YP0C w - OXy1 - -- - o MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN G) , It's Wasted Energy blood! a f to try to get well, unless you kill the r ot of all physical ailments impure ) GRKN1TEKINDS AXD ALL mch2t-ly OF CEMETERY WORK addrei MONUMGNTS, For further particulars, price, tarsaparilla QUART BOTTLES. Madioi) Moi)iJiDei)tal Woife. Hie iparra iTalifJarJiTiiJiJafgiJarftila roi ral iVRUP PEPS. FlfljESJBp.fMrgMfa isrTtijsrftiJarTriisrrri's.R: will make your blood pure, build np the system, tone the nerves and strengthen the muscles. Uneaualed for all disorders of the stomach and liver, and for all weakening complaints of men, women and children. HEALTH IS BEAUTY Our j5.page, 111ns-trat- ed book tells you what's tho matter, and how to cure yourself. WXLIAMS, DAVIS. BROOKS & CO., Detroit, Mich. Your druggist sells it. Ji oo buys a quart bottle. MMMMMMMMMVMMWMMMAMMAMMMM Hi pi MONEY TO It is just like putting- at $5 bill in the flames EVERY LOAD of Anthracite you use. - from points named: From Lexington, From Winchester, From Mt. Sterling, $12.00 RULES GOVERNING I1LUE GItAhij TOURNA- 12.00 MENT. 12.00 1. Only bona fide students can enter. 12.00 2. No pupil wlio enters school later . 12.75 than beginning of second term of pre12 25 sent school shall be considered bona fide. 13 00 3. All contests shall be impersonal. 1325 4' All judges fchall be disinterested, Lh erettes cure Sick Headacbo and Biliousness. 350. iwylff Sold by D. Z & T. Ji. Taylor, "Waco. Ky. Ik up. pal I From Paris,- - From Frankfort, From Richmond, From Lancaster, From Stanford, aud correspondingly -- 123ECQNOMiST RANGES Subscribe Now! tflB The Wondsriul Air Blast Heater ! ' Sip 'The contest, now ended, was not between parties in any sense, but between Republicans, one representing plutocracy and the other the common people-Mr- . Hanna has introduced into Repub" lican politics a policy of corrupt and lavish use of money heretofore unknown to our parly and w iiich has reached an alarming crisis within the last few days This policy is a serious menace to the success and perpetuity of the party, and if continued cannot help but threaten its very existence." DR. VALENTINE H. HOBSON, DENTIST, op Louisville, Ky. next door to Government 1Building, to 1. KichraSnd, Ky. Office hours 9 to " 12-- novl"-l- y Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hot-so- n, next door to postoffice. jyt. FRED SMITH, DENTIST. over Collins' Grocery, same office lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Bnrgin. JanlZ-l- y HON. C. o! T. CALDWELL, Parkersburg, W. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. Pabkersbukq, W. Va., January 2G, 1995. The Weight Med. Co., Columbus, phio. liecn using I Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1S94. and find them to be as recom 1 urst oesan lasing uieiu mended. while at Hot Springs. Atk , under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism. Liver and Stomach trouble Constipation which I had peen a lung sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules gave me great relief from the beginning and have used them ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any and all suffering with like afflictions or eithpr of them. Very truly yours. Cru.BLES T. Caldwell. SoldbvT. S Hagan, Druggist. Price 50c ents and 51.00 per box. Call at drug6store and get free sample. o Frco of Charge to Suffcrors. Cut this out and take to your druggist snd get a sample bottle free of Dr. King's New Discovery, for consumption. Coughs aud Colds. They do not ask you to buy before trying. This will show you the great merits of this truly wonderful remedy, and show you can be accomplished by the regular size bottle. This is no experiment, and would be diststrous to the proprietors, did they not know in would invariably cure. Many of the best physicians are now using it in their praction with great re is what many a mother is looking suits, aud are relying on it in most severe Trial bottles for; something absolutely safe and cases. It is guaranteed. reliable, that will disarm her terror free at Perry Thomas' Drug Store Suc1 cessors to W. G. White. of that dread rattling, strangling Itegular size ISO cents and $1 00. cough, so fearful to the mother, so CARE OF SHEEP. fatal to the child. Ayer's Cherry is a croup cure that can be Pectoral J. M. Garrett in "Woodford Sun relied on. Thousands say so. Few farmers pay enough attention to their sheep at any time, but it is the Mes. 17. J. Dickson ("Stanford Evcleth") writes from Truro, N. S. : care of them for the next three months "That terror of mothers, the startling, that the attention of tho farmer should croapy coagh, never alarmed me so long as I bo especially directed. had a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in the The ewes are running on short and house." inuutritrous grass and possibly being "We have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in fed very little. They are heavy in lamb, cur family for years. Once when our boy and are going down in flesh every day. Cold rains, snows and sleets keep their had a severe attack of croup, we thought that he would die. But we broke up the wool constantly w at and they have no place to either stand or lie down on. attack by using Ayer's Cherry Pectoral." When the lambs begin to come they COX, Plauchovule, La. E. H. are poor and weak, their mothers have no milk, a cold 6pell of weather whjch often comes about the 1st of March is fatal to a large per cent, of the lambs and many of the ewes. Don't wait a day later, but build sheep sheds of sufficient number and size to accommodate yonr flock. These sheds may be constructed along a stone bottles at half is put up in half-fiis-e wall with a little "scrap plank and cov- price 50 cents. I ered with hemp, fodder or straw at li k croup low rates from all competent and suoject to the approval THE. other Central Kentucky points. of the committee. ReJuced rates have been made at the 5. Judges shall fix limitations of conHotels at Newport News and at Old tests. Point Comfort, which is only a few G. Questions, as far as possible, to be miles distant and connected by Electric furnished by those giing prizes. iuffl Caj- - Service. 7. Judges in Music and Elocution No other trip ever offered as many shall be professional, and each commitevents as does this one. teeman may nominate one judge. Kentucky have People from d 8. In Common and High School A STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC the rare opportunity of witnessing com- brandies, not more than three from any NEWSPAPER. Navy life at the most school 6hall enter a contest; in stage bined Army and Endorsed by the last onvention as the historic spat in the United States. contests not more than one. Think of it! The landing place of the 9. Entries shall close May 10. Official Organ of D inocracy. Jamestown settlers, the Pocohontas and 10 In a week after entries close, a list Capt. John Smith incident, Cornwallis of entries shall be sent to each principal. surrendering his British forces, the bat11. All winners of first prizes in formFor the Free Coinage of Silver. tle of the Monitor and Merrimac, and er contests are debarred, cheruses exFor tho Chicago Platform. For the Democratic Nominees. last, hut in the same class, the launching cepted. For the Interest of the Masses. of our of the most powerful Battle-shiNEW YORK FASHIONS. Roofing, Guttering and it will bo called "Kentucky" Navy, Think of it! and General All tho Latest Telegraphic NVws Tucking is a great lad in present dressAs soon as the date of Launching is All the Latest State Nowk settled on, it will be given wide publici- making. Job Work. All the Latest Market Reports. Gloves for cycling, travelling and ty in the papers. Make your plans. Through sleepers will run from Lex- shopping are of reindeer leather The skirt of a dressy costume has proCorrect Court Report. ington. nounced "dip," the back breadths lying Correct Market Report. For detail information write or call Reliable News Reports. two or three inches on the floor. on any agont, or George W. Barney, Honest Editorial Policy. Serpentine velvets are used lor separ D. P. A., Lexington, Ky, ate waists. Moiro velours is also stylish, DR. CALDWELL'S J and very durable. (VIE The Louisville THI? Military effects are prevalent. Scar 1111!; AJAX TABLIiTS POSITIYELY CUBE Dispatch and INDIGESTION. CURES let coats are seen, with flat Russian gal Falling Mem A.LL Xercon Disease orr.Impotencr. SleopleneM, etc.- - caused loon braids or hussar cords. by Aboso or other Kxcettes and India ONE YEAR FOR $1.65. cretloui-- . and surely ALCORN. 371 mU-klA pretty color combination is of beigo restore Lost A italltr In old or loans, and fitntnan fnpitrti),. hninAtui fir maniace Jackson County. and burnt orange. Pratrnnt InKinitr and ConsnmDtlon it ThwfrnMt immediate lmDrOTO Editor Climax: The Wedguwood shade of blue so pre moat andtimn. a CO III! where all other fail Hecta Ther npoa hartntt the gejuino Ajar Tableta We are haing a great quantity of rain valenfc in portieres of that name, aphaToearedthomandsandwiUcnreron. V. e Eire a poe. in effect itive in this locality. It has been raining pears also in cloth and velvet dress each written Knarar.tee tononer. ocnre C PTC per Price UV l case or refund tho ffnll for KLSL BT n. ,It almost constantly for a week and the fabrics. mail, ia'plaln wrapper, nion receipt of price. Circular I roads are impassible, the bottom having REMEDY CO., Several tucks in front, slnping it apparently fallen out in a great many daintily to the. form, appear ou one of For sale in Richmond, Ky. by Hagan & Iab3-I- y Herndon. places. The farmers are tryiug to clear the newe3t-styl- e blouses. A METROPOLITAN some land and making other preparation for their crops but tho weather is so NEWSPAPER inclement they are not making much iral filH Gives greater heat than Base Burner. Throws rami the heat on the floor like a Base Burner. Holds the fire like a Base Burner. m UmflsDlfe Burns Nut or Slack, No pgatelh. irp psl 5! Soot or Dirt. soul-stirri- In-lan- mmil mm ! IT IS INDISTEUCTIBLE AND AIE TIGHT. Nothing like it ever before made. See it 2 Ira PE3 and be convenced. am p mm sra 11 Richmond, Ky Uiri raJFrarHJl frHJEarrHJ s I M W al O Syrup pepsi N II us in it MADE aho-jr- a In-s. nlr-.- a :gMjrvliahBir5lipiriiWiihaf?aB iHrrlfii sjgllpJlfsglsjgfa ijiSjljiiB lsr?a 4i MgjajlEfiiy Winter Schedules IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5TH. 34 A MAN I QUEEN & CEESCE3&T HOUTE. . HoHrs ' THE DAILY DISPATCH 2ri' .ft- Cincinnati to New Orleans and Jacksonville jLjk 109 MILES SHORTEST. FINEST VESTTBULED TRAINS IN THE Ayer's ; GkrriPtcnm t b , -- headway. There is considerable sickness in this vicinity, typhoid fever, pneumonia, lagripe, and kicdred diseases. There have been several deaths. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Powell, the wife tf Mr. Sydney .Laiuheart, young Mr. .Isaacs, several members of the family of ilra- - Hutt near Gray Hawk in this county. Mrs. Albert Williams, who is in bad health contemplates, going to Ohio on a visit to her son and daughter. Lu her absense, Mrs. Margaret Logston will have charge of the househqld duties. And who, besides beinfr very agreeable and, polite, is very competent to take charge and conduct matters properly. Circuit Court is still going on at but have heard nothingas yotfrom it of any importance. Mrs. A. H. Williams voted for tho wrong man and has of course lost his Mr. N. J. job as deparUaenTjcle-rkCojrle a close neighbor, has succeeded him. Mr.CarCGentry being oae Mc-Ku- W. L "W. m :. W DOUGLAS pit SO .90 SHOli The Style, Fit and Wear could not be Improved for Double the Price. I avv'JV Through Pullman Service is unequalled. Cafe' Parlor and Observation Cars daily. Standard Vestibuled day Coaches. Get your tickets via the Queen & Crescent Route Thoroughly Equipped with W. C. RINEARSON, Gen'l Pass'r Agt, Cincinnati, 0. every facility to keep you daily posted upon all the events of the world. Dalj, titept oM&j, S SOUTH . Unti . Merchants, jianxers, Lawyers, Physicians ami alt economical men wear W. L. Doz!s Shoes because they Are mmmgk mz iszmzmzmi. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes arc tin productions cf skilled "workmen-- 1 from the best ma terial pcssioie to put inio snoes toia ai ujese pn&es. "We make also $20 and $235shoes for men, and $Z50, 52.00 and 5J.75 for boys, and the W. L, N Douglas very suitable fbt $30 Police policemen and others having much "waucing to do. letter-carrier- s, dec23- - shi !a, Address THE ' LOUISVILLH Mr, Titi 6 em. 1 bm. 3; 1 jmt $8. SUPPLY THE TRADE ; : jeir $S DISPATCH, ETS". Our factory on Laurel Street in Richmond la now running, and we are prepared to fill orders fortwistof the mmt oa-x0 ...HE .T0U PATS THE UE0. W. RILEY Of Shelbyville, Wngut a "Prile tt Richmond," FREIGHT. PAY FOR THE. "We e, the best. BblNfjJlllk tejSHfe?, r- I . For sale by Q, -- are constantly addljg new styles to our already large variety ,' and there is no reason Why yon cannot te suited, BO insist on having V. L. Douglas Shoes .from your dealer. if "Wo Ufa only the licit Calf, Ku3sla Calf (all colors), I"rench Patent Calf, French' Eualnel, Viet Kid, etc, prices graded to eiirresfsona-witof thesho8. """"It 'deafer emwt sowrty soa, wtiM . i .i w . , Shelbyville, of-t- hf '- '- Ftr 2. -- Sfr.1 E." M. n . r I' - - - - -- .""Al. n "A ft? rW u"S& . Site by FREEH A BROS, - fit SBi. Rictabd " !.' Ky 5euts I have purchased a l&ox of Wrieht'B Celery Capsulea froiHjLG. N. LMiddelton. druecist. and used taem for Sont Stomacb, Torpid JLiver and iUonsti- nation and found that they save J&e. im mediate relief every tieae. 1 thiiikitan excellent rerBdy.r , "Yoera very traly, j ? -- WriiFlit Medical Co.. Col.. O.: Ky., Recommlinda uapsuiesii Ky., May 26, '9J. To 1 1 M, S." "Jw of Jb" d 0 . DRINKS. Phone 3. Second St. . i Brands, three grades.. We can save you monev. Send us a trial order; you will be clad with our products. Espe cially pleased to hear from country mer chants. RICHMOND, KY. 9KNOPAK Mas. B. 51. BO KAN. , White Rom, BED WETTING CVREtJ JWta. eetS7-- 3 - il ., s , Ge.W.J KHHfer, Ky. sS r. 'Xjr .&, "C.' FY T 'fc 3 VT ' "L "v 0JP1; . "A-- G . c ? ft , jNfr " u- - -- "J&- "- I J - -y u I I I I y : The Richmond Climax. it Frosperity has spat upon its hands and taken a new hold in Massachusetts, says the Lexington Argonaut: Ton thousand mill operatives are rUBUbHKU rvXRV WEUMCSDAT BY shivering in the cold, while themills Ths Climax Printing Go. in which they worked aro as silent as McGinty's tomb. The market is not glutted, neither are the fabrics inferEditors. ior, it is just simple a case of an over(KCMUmS':T' -- Proprietors C . WOODS, Associate Editor. load of this new fangled prosperity of the Hannn, McKinley, et aL, spawn. PFilCE PKR YEAR, $1.50. Judge Thos. H. Hixes, after a lin"WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 26, - 1S9S. Jockev Sloane, who has been in England 6i nee last fall, has returned to America. the New England Cotton mill strike is $3,750,000. SnxAToit The loss of wages per annum from Thomas, has introduced a bill to allow convicts to testify in certain cases. gering illness, passed quietly away Sunday morning at 8 o'clock. Ho was a Confederate Soldier, being one of Morgan's Comniandery, memberof the Court of Appeals for eight years, loved and respected by all who knew him. His funeral was preached on Monday at the Southern Presbyterian Church, in Frankfort, after which the remains were taken to Bowling Green, where they were interred yesterday. i t i Kentucky into two judicial said district, on 50 25 Miss Bessie Riddell, of Irvine, Is districts and to provide officials Sec. 17. That this Act shall take, eftherefor and to fix the times and fect and bo iu force from and after its now in tho city to take a course of vocal lessons from Signor D'Anne. places for holding courts therein. passage. While here she will be at Mrs. Thomas Shelby's, in "Woodland Mrs. Mary Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Clay, Miss Laura Clay, Mrs. F A. Reprcsentathes of Hie United States of Cramer, ot this city, and Mrs. Farmer, America in Conngress assembled, Miss Pearl Gentry is visiting relaof Covington, will go to AVashington of Kentucky, be, and That the State tives in Ford. City as delegates from Kentucky to the same is hereby, divided into two Judge A. R. Burnam, of Frankfort, tho National Equal Rights Associajudicial districts to be kno.wn and destion, which convenes there February 1. ignated as the eastern and western dis was here Monday. Lexington Leader. Hon. E. Tutt Burnam was up from Kentucky. The territory em tricts of W. D. Oldham, wife and two sons, braced in the following counties as Frankfort Saturday. now constituted, namely, Carroll, Mr. "W. II. Rice was down from Ronald and Harold, of Richmond, are Owen, Franklin, "Woodford, Jessa- Rice Station yesterday. here visiting tho family of A. R. mine, Garraid, Lincoln, Pulaski and Mr. Win. Bennett was in Lexington Oldham. They are hero fresh from "Wayne, together with all that part of Thursday on business. Georgetown where they have been superintending the opening of Old tho State ot Kentucky lying east of Dr. R. Beasloy, of Paint Lick, is in said counties, shall compose and bo Cincinnati on ham Rros, new mammoth store at business. called the eastern district of Kenthat place. They report a most satisMr. Robert Little has returned from factory beginning, and says the new tucky, Eubn-itub- e, store given every promiso of being a Sec. 2. That all that part of the a trip to the Mountains. Miss Lizzie Bennett has returned grand success. Mr. Oldham and State west of said named counties, family leave for Richmond to day. and not embraced in the eastern dis- from a visit to Louisville. Mt, Sterling Democrat. tricts, shall compose and be called the Miss Florrio Heath has returned western district of Kentucky. from a visit to Cincinnati. The following handsomely engraved Sec. 3. That two terms of the cirhas been received in Mr. Joe Giunchigliani was in Lex- invitation be held ington Monday on business. cuit and district courts-shal- l Richmond. Miss Bullock is a gradu in each year in the cities of Louisville, Rev, Jasper K. Smith left Monday ate of Madison Institute, this city. Paducah and Owensboro, and these Mr. aud Mrs. H. Bullock courts shall have jurisdiction over the for a visit to relatives in Georgia. invite you to be present Miss Nannie Roberts, of Kingston, western district of Kentucky. at the marriage of their daughter, Sec. 4. That two terms of the cir- is visiting relatives in Lexington. Lillian Lucile, Mrs. "W. R Letcher, of Cincinnati, cuit and district courts shall be held to in the cities of Covington, Frankfort, is the guest of Mrs. Anne W. Walters. Mr. John W. Throckmorton, and Catlettsburg, and Richmond Dr. J. C. Morgan attended the Falls Thursday afternoon, February third, Bock-Botto- m Hon. H. M Teller in his great these courts shall have jurisdiction City Dental Association in Louisville eighteen hundred and ninety-eighMr. I.ryan N certain to reject the speech in the U. S. Senate on January over the eastern district of Kentucky. Saturday. 2Cw York World's invitation "to drop at half past four, Sec. 5. That the judges of said refree .silver and become the leader of 7, had the true ring of patriotism. It Christian Church, Falmouth, Kentucky. Chancellor Blanton has returned an undivided Democracy" for two takes patriot as great jus any one spective districts shall, by orders, fix from a visit to Jackson Collegiate At Home, who condemned British Tyrr.ny to the times when said courts shall conreasons. First, the World speaks for after February twenty-firsInstitute. (53 Woodlaud Ave., no Democrats; second, the only way btand in the halls of Congress and vene at each of said named places, Mr. Clarence E. "Woods Mt WednesMr. Bryan can retain his undisputed condemn the party with which he had and may change the same as experiLexington, Ky. day last for Chicago. "Will return leadership of the Democratic party is always ofliliated and say to the peo- ence or necessity may dictate. It Thursday. by continuing to stand on the Dem- ple of this United States that the pol- shall be the duty of the judges to aricy now advocated by the Republican range tho times of said courts so as to Mr. Joo Jones, of Illinois, is the ocratic platform party will bring to us greater disaster, dispose of tho business returned or re- guest of his brother, Thomas Jones, TussEY-FowiiEAt the resiuonce Auditor Stone has been ordered distre&o and misery than war pesti- turnable thereto, and they may fix near New by. of tho bride's parents, in Kirksville, by the court to pay the commissioners lence and famine. For this grand adjourned terms at any of said places Miss Helen Bennett is visiting her on last Wednesday, Mr. Joseph Tussey, T of the Schools or Reform the 5100,000 declaration and for the patriotism ex- if necessary to dispose of the business grand mother, Mrs. Mary Clay, in of Ronnd Hill, and Miss Alice Fowler appropriated by the legislature. Col. hibited in that great speech, Mr. Tel- of the court. Lexington. were united in marriage by Rev. W. Walton, one of the commissioner's ler will live in the harts of his counJ Sec. 6. That actions or proceedings yJTi x Miss Dollie McRoberts, of Stanford, R. Potter. says the board has partially agreed trymen so long as liberty is a longing now pending at Louisville, Owens is the guest of Miss Ollio Baldwin at Mr. II. on a site near Lexington and will pro- of the human soul. boro, Paducah, Frankfort or Coving Maple wood. C. Fowler and Mi6S Laura F.e2thergill " W w be ceed at once to build one school for f&gj The following dispatch to the Lou- ton, which, under this Act, would on Mr. A. B. Patrick and family, of were united in marriage by Rev. H Up boys and girls and use only $50,000, isville Times from Fraukford on the brought in another district, may, Whites Station, are spending the win- C. Masters at tho residence of Million !Mi YjPCyyvJttsv y jffi?sxYi(?i 'SkVj&i y T&7i or so much of it as may be necessary, 21st assures fee ,fe5feeK)T53 the death of Dick Tate, tho application of either party, be ter in Florida. Reynolds, Silver Creek, on Thursday, of the appropriation. transferred to tho proper court of said the absconding State Treasurer: "The January 13. Mr. and Mrs. James Hall, of Clay Connecticut Life Insurance Company district; and in caso of such transfer, county, Missouri, are visiting A Preacher at Bourbon, Ind, relatives copall papers and files therein, with Thursday on business for the Southern Sunday night took for his theme, admits the death of Dick Tate, the ies of all journal entries, shall be at Whites Station. iw m tjur.d Lumber Co. "His Satanic Majety," and being an abscondingex State Treasurerof Ken- transferred to the office of the clerk of Dr. A. II. Stewart was up from Gayhakt. To M. and Mrs. James tucky The company this morning eloquent man painted the The Southern Lumber Co- - is receivconfessed judgement to $4,100 of the such court, and the same shall pro Frankfort Sunday, the guest of II. C. Gayhart, of Edenton, a fine girl. in vivid colors. When in the midst of though originally Hargison North street. great many logs on the pnjsent $0,000 sued for by Tate's daughter, ceed in all respects as Browx.-- To Mr. and Mrs. Milward ing a his discourse and the congregation As agent for Wm. Baxter, I will on commenced in said court. Misses Allie Tribblo and Tommie Brown, on Thursday morning, a fine rise in the river. was all wrought up the son of the min- the $5,000 being the amount of a life Sec. 7. If there be more than ono Francis left Monday for Waddy, Ky., girl, Kate Collins. Misses Monie and Lucy Prather are ister walked down the aisle of the insurance policy carried by hhnwhen party defendant m a suit whicn is to attend Normal School. Fb. 12, spending a few days with Mra. J. AV. a thorocghly periocEcal for women, w21 enter npon its church dressed to represent a devil, lie disappeared, and since kept up by brought in the circuit or district court volume in iS3. Dunn? t!ie yeir it wC be as heretofore his family. The suit against the New Hon. J. D. Black, of Barbourville county. Wilson, at Station Camp, Estill with large head, switching tail, blowof the eastern or western district of Sell to the highest bidder, his farm of Fifty (50) A MIRROR O? FASHION ing smoke from :his nostrils and Jersey Company for a similar amount Kentucky, and one or more of the candidate for Congress in that disH. R. Smith, the railroad agent at Acres, islying one mile sonth of Kirksville. This Pans and He York Each iwi will contain carefully prewill be called for trial next. It is said trict, was in Richmond this week. farm eood rich hizh Withers. At his home, near Rig this place, went to Richmond Saturday. state of cultivation, fertile land, and in a land, pared drawings of the advance fashioo3 bellowing: "I am the devil and I , with but little waste .. " parties who are properly joined in n wf rans jnq x. icw i ncic. i jnce a monui Attorney Hugh Riddell and G. J. Hill, of typhoid fever, in a good neighborhood, close to four churches, A want all of you." The confusion in that the sudden surrender of their case such suit reside in the district other Colored raskian the H4ZAR chI issue, free. a colored H. H. Poston manipulated the keys good schools, and in two miles of Silver Creek bv the insurance company is the refashion supplement Cut paper patterns down from Irvine ThursBoltz, were W. E. Withers. Deceased was a good during his absence. St.pplenent the church was fearful, men, women and Paint Lick Depots, and is well watered by of nrtain gowns each number will be than the one in which the suit is pond and springs, with very good tenant house, Cut Paper Patterns made a feature in citizen, and leaves a wife and child to and children were hurled to the floor, sult of some convincing proof of Tate's brought, said defendant or defend day on business. Thee will be soM in of 4 rooms and some fruit. This farm is rented connectionjMth each issue at a uniform G. A. Roy, the efficieut managor of for the year 1S9S, and possession can not be death, which has not been made pubA Pattern the stove upset and the building burnReceiver Jno. MacLeod and Col. mourn his loss. price. The Bazas will also publish bimay be summoned or subpoenaed ants Sneet weekly, free, an outline pattern sheet- Huouelev. At his home near Red the Southern Lumber Co., is prepiring given untilJanuary 1, 1839. two. three, four, ed. George Akin, son of the pastor, lic." TEEMS Will sell in one, in the district of his or her residence, Bullett, of Louisville, were here Fri- House, for n rushing business, having started five or six payments, one thousand dollars to LONG SERIALS AND SHORT STORIES Sunday of dropsy, Jacob S. said he thought he would test the spirThe Kentucky Gazette of January and such service shall have the same day on legal business. be paid January 1, 1899, when full possession Two will contribute long that plant last week. WILD EELEN will be given, and the remainder divided in ituality of his father's flock. 19, in a double-leade- d serial stones to the Hajarid i&s.Thc By editoral declares legal effect as it had in the district in Messrs. Albert King and L. P. Hugueley, one of Madison Count3's iriLLIAit BttCK five equal payments with six per cent, interest first dea's with Scotch aad Continental forMaj. P. P. Johnston for Governor, which the suit shall have been brought; Adams were visitors in Lexington and best knownand highly respected citizens. Tho Barker Cedar Co. are putting a from January 1, 1899. until paid, interest on tli- RAGGED LADY cond is a torr of a young the deferred payments, to be paid annually, pri, versatile, and typically American. He had been a sufferer of this fatal mal- 'boon" ncrob8 the river. They have the purchaser to give notes with good surety and iu strong words lends tho weight S? II'. D. UOlfELLS and the court in which said suit shall Fayette county last week. These and a core of other eqaallv ady for more than a year. About two bought a ureat many logs and will start and alien retained, this gives the purchaser a 0 2UtfW Mary E. Wilkins of its influence to the support of his . brought shall have ex prominent wnters will contribute Mrs. Sallie "West, of Paris, was the Octave Thanet have been first chance to make the money on the farm if he short stories to the Bazak in 1S0S. ago, an operation was performed their saw mill in a few days. candidacy. The editorial is reprinted r nas J1.U00 to pay in advance. guest soveal days last week of Misses weeks clusive jurisdiction of the subject-m' d " c """'y Kaiauux Ue Tores: rukiiK- - the taper esDeoallT nch in Mary E. WTfcns in full below: rii. a. ransene and five gallons of water were taken fiction. W. P. PREWITT, Agent. ter and the suit shall proceed against May Ballard and Hellen Terrill. Mr. 6; F. Briant a'ud wife returned We heartily nominate and recomfrom his body, which, however, failed to DEPARTMENTS AND SPECIAL ARTICLES of Saturday from Versailles. Mr. Briant jan5-6Mrs. Nancy J. Arnold had as her OUR PARIS LETTER mend our fellow citizen, Maj. P. P. all the defendants. But the judge THE LONDON LETTER Main and Broadway. KATH IKJF DE FOKWT which said suit may be guests last week, Mr. Robert L. Ar- improve his condition, but gradually had been at Campbellsville on business Bj iln. rOLLTZET EICFIOIV Johnston, as the Democratic candi- the court in grew worse until Sunday at 12 oclock. CLUB WOMEN HUMOR for M. B. Farran, of Cincinnati. By UARGAKFT U. II Fl CIT date for the next Governor of Ken- pending may, in his discretion, to futh- nold, wife and son, of Paint Lick. Br JOTY JCE.VDKKX- - BAXCS Deceased was about 52 years of age. There will be a series of articles on Etiquette, Mmic. the I er justice transfer said suit to the pro -, tucky. Maj. Johnston has been a conMr, and Mrs. B. "Ramsey, of Paint Three children, Misses Rhina and Zerel-d- a Miss Aimer Wliitlovk. the accomrr.trre Phy. Women and Men. Leaders amon? Women, JoicUardemns. Housekeeping. Life and Health, Indoor Details, etc. sistent; firm and working Democrat, per court in the other district upon Lick, left last week for Searcy, Ark., to and Mr. Tevis Hujjueloy by his first plished daughter of Mr. J. V. Whillock, 10c. a Cop j (Send for Free Prospectus) Scb.. $4 a Year and has the confidence, not only of the application of any ono interested as a visit their son, who is quite sick with wife, who was a sister of Attorney J. went to Lexington Monday, where she All persons having claims agninst Mrs. T. Q. Patzgefree in the Uxittd States, CauzJa, and Mexico. and Wm. Parrish will present them to the party in said snit. Tho process in such fever. parly, but in all the business relations Tevis Cobb, and his second wife, nee Will resume her studies at A..& M. Col- office of T.J Smith, Jr., properly erified acfj W. D. HcracUs Aoaresj a BSOTHEP.S.. Publishers, Hew York Citi OctaTe Thaoet sui$ shall be executed by the marshal cording to law within 30 days or same wiU be of life he has maintained a faultless Rev. C. P. Williamson, fornerly Miss Gaines, of Louisville, survive him. lege. barred. T. J. SMITH. Trustee. nV defendant jan!2-t- f integrity and unsullied personal hon- of the district in which the President Madison Institute, this He was a member of the Christian church, The greatest kick against Davison's or defendant's reside. all last week in. our Carpet De- or. While we have sometimes differed Sec. 8. All laws m force giving city, but now of Atlanta, Ga , is visit- a kind neighbor and devoted husband. appointment of Lyons as postmaster at partment Hundreds of pieces with Maj. Johnston in minor mat- jurisdiction to tho circuit court and to ing friends in Richmond. The funeral services were conducted by this place comes from those Democrats ! of carpet and bale upon, bale of ters of political expediency, yet we Rev. T. Q. Martin, of Winchester, at who voted for McKinley via Palmer & Pianosi-Orea- ns. the district court in the district of Ken Mrs. Geo. R. Pryor, Jr., clerk in the Hugs arrived and now make have alwavs entertained the highest the family residence Monday at 10 Buckuer. tucky shall apply to the circuit courts dry goods house of Chas. Deering. their first bow to the public regard for him as a man and a Dem aud district courts of the eastern and o'clock, after which his remains were From my place on December J. W. Dearinger and It. W. Nelson 25th, two horses. at London, Ky., about Reports of this great gathering ocrat, and one deserving of any western districts as herein deflnd; and Nicholasville was over last Thursday interred in the Richmond cemetery. One a sorrel in tho interest of his firm. honor which tho party has to bestow. have completed the work of plastering old, 15$ hands high, white hind feet and white have already becu circulated, star in forehead, all laws in force for the government Continued. Hotel Burton. Tho work was well long heavy mane. foretop is cut short and has a was the remark of a French Miss Ollio Fant, who has There but here are a few pointers as He will elevate the office to the highalso a brown spot on one thigh. and administration of said courts in ing Mrs. Harry Hanger, been visitest position it ever attained. ... The most important case that has done and has been complimented by a The other is a dark bay, to price ami quality. Philosopher that and Mrs. D. about 15 shall apply the district Jay Eli. Ess. hands high, no marks visible when last seen. M. Chenault, left Wednesday for Mt. beeu called for trial at this term of the great many. A liberal reward will be paid for return of same RUGS. At a lunch table in the house cafe to each of said districts so far as may Sterling, where she is visiting . to Azbill, Kingston, this county, 8. C. "THE BEST THINGS friends. Circuit Court and one of tho must imwere seated Mr. Dingley, the be applicable. Carrier, Corbin, Ky., or J. II Carrier, London, How's This! An incomparable array in the portant civil cases ever on the Ky- jan!9-3Sec. 9. That the present judge in IN THE WORLD ARE house leaderand Major Domo of Tom The Misses Hazelrigg of Frankfort, Wo offer One Hundred Dollars reward choicest and latest colorings, docket of this court is that of Judge W. Reed; Kulloway, the seven foot ten tho district of Kentucky be, and he is entertained at euchre Tuesday evenNET3R SAID." M. Beckner, of Winchester, against A. for any case of Catarrh that cannot be AT S3.00.' Salvation Army captain, who unfurled hereby, .assigned to hold said courts ing in honor of their guests, Miss Katio Asher, of Pineville, which was cured by Hall's Catarrh Cnre. J. "We have never told all A full size Smyrna Hearth Rug, the bloody shirt in a civil service in the western district as hereby 'Smith, of this city, and 'Miss Bessie brought here on a change of venue from the best things about JF. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. our speech last week, and the Hon. Geo. created, and shall exercise tno same Woodford, of Paris. 20 designs, Clark county, at which place tho case Wo tho undersigned, have known F. same Mosby Davidson, who is temporarily jurisdiction and perform the On 1897,1 dark bay Miss Ruth Crow, of Richmond, vis- was tried and Judge Beckner obtained a J. Cheney for the last-1AT 51.48. years, and be- mure or aboutDecember 27th, hind foot white, ..Pianos and Ogans.. came to my place, left representing the Eight district of Ky. duties within said district as he now ited here last week Miss Minerva judgement for $12,000, but tho caso was lieve him perfectly honorablo m all little lame, from 8 to 12 years old, anyone proven same and paying cost can get same at A jute Rug, 3 by 5, with Orien- The trio were feeling good over some- exercises and performs within bis Crutcher, of Richmond who has been reversed by the Court of Appeals and business transactions and financially T. 8. Burnam's farm near Paint Lick, Ky. thing, and Dingley said he regretted present district. tal colors and figures, jan5-tI ami agent for the W, W. Kimball Co , ot WILLIAM WILCOX. Sec. 10. That there shall be appoint- visiting Mrs. Keeno Arnold, returned Judge Scott was directed to grant Mr. able to carry out any obligations made Chicago, and am selling the best Organs and there were so few Sulloways in the AT 54.00. Asher a change of venue. The case by their firm. finest Panos ever, offered to the public for the ed, as now provided by law, a district home Monday. "Woodford Sun. present Congress. money Easy terms to right parties. Call and grows out of a Bale of a large boundary West & The god of love can afford to be genG To the many inquiring friends of An Imperial Smyrna, 3 by "Of course," said Mr.Dingley, "I can judge for the eastern district of KenTruax, Wholesale Druggists, see mej I can save you money. erous often where other serious people EASIER not afford to'preach without provoca tucky who shall possess the same little Mary, daughter of Dr. G. W. oi timber and coal land in southeastern feet, eiery shade, Toledo, O. cannot. IRemember If the little god of tion the issues which did powers as are now enjoyed and do and Evans, who has been suffering with Kentucky, made by Judge Beckner for Waldiso, Klsxax- & Makvin, Wholelove hovers in yonr horizon, vou can AT 52.75. Mr. Asher in the spring of 1890 under a so much to preserve our (the Republiafford, to win his good graces bv a generperform all such duties in his district a severe attack of pneumonia, wo are sale Druggists, Toledo, O. The present schedule of Illinois Central Laige variety of white, gray or can) organization intact and invinci- as are now enjoined upon or in any glad to announce that she is much contract by which Mr. Asher had em ous gift. We have the stnc fn- - rnn !. declS; tf Old P. O. Building, Irvine St. in addition to shortening the . Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal Memphis and New Orleans. h:m inula it time to black Fur Rugs. ble up to 187C; but, "emphasizes Mr. manner appertain to tho present dis- better, and we hope for her speedy re ployed Juage Beckner as his agent to make the sale. The sale aggregated ly, acting directly upon the blood and Than Ever" to reach all points In Arkansas, Dingley, as ho glanced admiringly at trict judge for the district of Ken- covery. Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California. Th A Oman's Opportunity. CARPETS. The jewe'.rv something over $300,000 and it is mucous surfaces of the system. Testi- splendid train service with which the Illinois the lengthy demagogue from Now tucky; and the district judge of tho we are having oa display is the best as Central's Memnhis and Niv nripsnaVMtthnii Mr. T. A. Rice, late of the New Or- claimed that Mr. Asher's profit in the monials sent free. Pritfpfoc. per In the .face of au advance of Hampshire, "if we do not girt our loins eastern district shall be entitled to bottle. "Limited." U equipped makes it "Easier Than to variety, beauty and we have leans dispatcher's office, has been ETer"totake a trip to the above mentioned from 10 to 20 per cent at the and swerve the Democratic lances ever handled. Kone ofprice women jan5-i- n Judge Beckner Sold by all Druggists. ' our now tho same compensation as by law is made joint agent of the L. & N. and deal was $250,000. territory.. patrons should resist an opportunity of factor we have put the follow- directed toward our Congress The Centralis tho only line which runs Free and our provided for the present judge of the Southern railroads at Cumberland claims that his contract entitles him to Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibutled trains tins kind. Gratify your desire now to ing grades for the spring's stock administration, we shall be tidal waved district of Kentucky. a commission of $18,750 and Jt is repre WANTED ATONCE-Brif- cht from Louisville to the Smith. nir - .i,i buy that pet trlulcet. Gap and will move with his wife to sented by Hon. C. J. Bronston, of Lex. - young man to nanuie . ...... T...t.l mu iui n.,.r-- l 7 ...;., VM..a at these remarkably low prices: next fall, and our party will be vuuiuriiiaf Sec 11. That the district attorney our celebrated Lubricating Oils aud Lve Louisville every Thursday,w.9 aSpm ington, J. M. Benton, ot Winchester, Greases. Salary and expenses. "". , Arr Memphis Friday , Cupid Is Knowing. It is a natural swept out of power, perhaps perma- for the present district of Kentucky AT 60c Arr New Orleans Friday. impulse for a woman to desire to be atand J. A. Suilivan, of the local bar. Mr. t 45m Awarded stamp for particulars. Address, nently, in the election that will shape is assigned to and shall be attorney for Lve New Orleans Friday. X8 28pm tractive and to provide means to assist the best Hue of Tapestry Brus-- v for CEESf m oil coi; yiir .uuusian oainruav a am the future this government's finan the western district of Kentucky, and Highest Honors World's Fair, Asher is represented by Hon. J. D. tier. Cupid is a knowing little scamp, Arr 8an Antonio Saturday. jan26-2. . i 45pm sells ever shown. liHapiis, ljiiv Bfack, of Barbourville, and .Messrs. aw Aiiaau ounoaj. cial policy not to our liking and bring ho shall retain charge, as heretofore, and when he whispers into the ear of . 3 45pm Arr Los Angeles Monday 9 20pm Burnam & Moberley, CoL Jas. W. Ca-some fond friend the advice to send ter AT 90c into the White House a free silver of suits and prosecutions already comArt )n Francisco Tuesday .. ,. 5 15pra a ring or box of jewelry, he knows he's and perton and Judge Smith, of the local President We must change the issues menced in said western district durnt 8 patterns best quality Body S9Kijasttheright.trtfBg.and means for barf The case Was continued yesterday Tia i Tie Tr Wirier Ink to CtEfenk or the issues will change us. I am ing his official term. But this act is Brussells. Usual price $1 25. and get and will be called for trial at the April greatly pleased with tho stand you not intended to prolong in any way Plus, ToutogotoD.P.ARMERS'S you will the deeired article. Try it and nV deBlnaS ;f " a comfortable trip to Eealdence ot Mrs. J. Shennaa term of Court. AT 51.00 come oat winner. took, Capt. Sulloway, and hefore this the term for which said district attorMoberley aad Third Street. iBHBioate with R. H. Fowler, Traveling Passea- The badies' Restaurant is the 4 patterns Axminsler, usual session. has ended I trust there may ney was appointed. G. O, PBEWiTT, Agt." lul2!w WANTED AGENTS It Wk.Awom Kaiiosn; A O.T. A., CORRESPONDENCE. be placed upon record several more of be appointSec 12. That there-shal- l price $1.25. filfeet iarthe city. H ftiWmU felfer b At ChQ Vs.' contains A. H..HAKSO.V. O P. A., LtmlsVflle.fcy. attorney for the eastern speeches an yours." ed a district Special Curtain Sale this week. See such . Chicago, iy. jwt mx decae-l- y Everlr convenience for ladies 5tm, fatafe, tU.hAtf. aad over 1JW ki Bt& Mr. Davidson said he was surprised district of Kentucky' who shall possess "Windows. The greatest and largest YALZETYIEW. . to here tuch advice from such a source, the samfi powers and do and perform -pnamg-Tsa- e day in the YarBeefceverrabhebed,and the only was on the rampte last Tates Creek that lUm justice to the Confederate and if these cowardly tactics were to hsuch duties in said district asare'now ;ci Saturday. spldwr aad the eaase he fought for. bo revived against the Sonth lie would enjoined upon and appertain, to' the AgeateHw4i everywhere to sell this JTjhe river is very hifcb; feut scarcely Tody-thre- e Gci-WsCaAirMawee of . land, 12 acrU not seek a reaomination from tho district attorney for the present disboo on ear Mwawl eaer pten. ilany - ; .which k firetrdaa. driver, bottom U aay drift te running" jl' "jjV of the Jadv aMttgeiitfeBtefi agents who Eighth Kentucky district, which trict of Kentuoky, and be shall be enTrtth Um m aad iSrS "I vHiWw wnn gooa awMhof JtooM and i ff m work aMautkiag from gtt to W ire8iQ-.:riw.Walkce"vVlrortij of ikwsjawU- - thrown ioc M would, never again sond a Republican titled to tho same compensation as is quart jniJ Thttre-MOST; PERFECT-MAD- Et Mm, n ad fcigta of ! .representative to Congress on the issue by law provide! fw, the present dk-tr- A afeost few day with tb ffmliy of M. 9.. Staurer'a watotj.taok. oa Otter C M?aiM( Sunday Z1.Z7TUI& Mas hn. k tTi-r-r: amrths pu Grape Cream of Taitar Powder. Aw . MMf otters intemted are niuest- im baa a yerlprtawftriili'iiiii- - m mi or ad ef the Moody Die atkwseyfor Kentucky.--' J . Ky. mm nmmouM, Mm or y otter adu Lexington, b gtifal JtlMtiated QRIUKHJl "?. Soo 11 That tt fflMBturiiat j -' nrv AW, B.tmmt fi ni n M. Harry H. d terms to fclnil 4 TIMS HH MfttMk , JOVXX4U JOB " 11 VA&M&B. - . Kjr. 3 X if. J; To divide The Finance Committee of the Englnnd'6 United States Senate voted to report William E. Gladstone, deis growing weaker and favorably Mr. Tellers resolution claring for the paymentof the nationthe worst is expected at any moment. al bands in silver as well as gold. Those TnE bill to prohibit the killing of of the committee voting for the resoluquail lor a period of five years in tion were Messrs Vest, Jones (ArkanKentucky was favorably reported to sas) White, Walthall, Turpie, Daniel. Democrats; Jones (Nevada), silver the House. Republican, and Walcott, RepubliJudge G. W Goukley, of Beatty-vill- e, can. Tdose against were Morrill, is being favorably mentioned Allison, Aldrich, Piatt (Connecticut) for the Republican nomination for and Burrows, all Republicans. Congress in the Tenth District. The dedication of the new Building A instructive blizzard visited Ch'cago of Natural Science of Kentucky State on Sunday, traflc being badly impaired. College Friday marks one more step torobbers took ad van- ward the upbuilding of one of the most The hold-u- p tage of the occasion, making several progressive institutions of the South, says the Lexington Leader. Tho erecgood hauls. tion of this new building Beres to equip President McKinley says Hanna the College in one of its most important "won undor trying circumstances." departments and its addition will serve "Would't it be sad if on those bribery to furnish facilities and a breadth in charges the boss should lose under this particular direction unequalled by any other institution of the kind in the "trying circumstances"? South. The United States Supreme Court, The Republican party is in power. I in an opinion by Justice Harlan, decides that the heirs of one who com- attack it first upon the ground that it is mits sucide while of sound mind can a gold standard part', and I will distroy it if I can. I hope to see it go down in not recovery an insurance policy. defeat in 1900, and, if living, I pledge you my word I will do everything I Cait. James Guest, of Boyle county, has made the statement that he believes can to bring it to grief. If it w ere right the toll gate recently chopped down in on the money question, I could not that county and now guarded by troops, myself tolerate this treatment of these was done in a spirit of mischief by boys. people on our border. The cowardly I will use the true the cowardly Representative C. A "Wilson in- policy of this go eminent and the troduced a bill in the House impos- cowardly policy in international affairs e ing a fine of from $5 to $25 on any are not according to my notion of Amerikeeper who keeps a dog. The canism or of that which benefits the digbill was referred to the committee nity of a great and free people -- Hon. II. on Propositions and Grievances. M. Teller. toll-gat- Mb. Hearst, the owner of the Now York Journal, comes out in an editorial disclaiming responsibility for tho signed editorial some days ago by Arthur McEwen, in which Bryan was repudiated. Mr. Hearst explains that his paper must not bo understood as indorsing anything that appears over a signature in the Journal, and adds: "As to tho position of the Journal on the subject of Mr. Bryan, the matter is simplicity itself. The Journal supported Mr. Bryan in 1896 because he was the regular, nominee of the Democratic National Convention. It will support him in 1900, or anybody elso who may occupy tho same position. It supported Mr. Van Wyck last year for similar reasons. The Journal is not and never was cither a Bryan or a Van "Wyck paper. It is a Democratic paper." This is by no means regarded as a repudiation of Bryan. It leaves tho Journal free, so it is contented by many, to have its say about Mr. Bryan when tho nominating season comes around early in 1900. A BILL for tho district of Kentucky Is hereby assigned to and shall be marshal for tho western district of Kentucky during his official term. But this Act is not intended to prolong in any way tho term for which said marshal may have been appointed. Hia duties, services, pay, and emoluments shall bo the same with those appertaining to the said office in the present district of Kentucky. Gloomy, Hopeless Life That there shall boNappoint-c- d a marshal for the eastern district of Kentucky whoso term, duties, pay, and emoluments shall be tho same with those appertaining to the said office in the present district of Kentucky, and said marshal shall give bond as other marshals are now required to give, to be approved and recorded as now required by law. Sec 15. That the judges of the eastern and western districts shall appoint ,the clerks for their respective courts. Sec. 1G. That until a judge, district attorney, and marshal shall have boon appointed for tho eastern district of Kentucky, as herein provided, tho judge, district attorney, and marshal for the district of Kentucky shall continue to perform the duties of their respective offices in and for the Sec. 14. a severe case ot stomach trouble. I had pains in my stomach and bowels so that I could not stand or work without great Buffering. My appetite was very poor and when I did eat anything I was shortly afterwards seized with vomiting spells. I could not rest at night and felt lame and tired all over. I became nervous and had no energy whatever. My life eeemed gloomy and hopeless. My husband advised me to take Hood's Saraaparilla, as he had been taking it with great I began taking It and the first bottle did me a great deal of good. I continued with it regularly and have now almost fully regained my natural weight and am doing nearly all my housework." bene-use- d. Internal Pains Lame, Tired, NervousEvery Bad Symptom Cured by Hood's Sarsapanlla. For nearly Ave years I Buttered with 11 cSfSS!5'S?JBwS m St 'M f ffPjiQ m fh C&i-Z&i- IS rfrfS McCormick Bros "fc v, Installment House. f & Mas. Rikda Crocker, Gladstone, Ala. " My blood was out of order and 1 had no energy. After taking two bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla I felt better than for a year." Marion W. Smith, Colllns-vill- e, Alabama. Hood's Sarsaparilla is sold by druggists. $1, six for Jo. Be sure to get Hood's. If H Price Fighters! e guarantee to save you from The oil rll!" n- - bksJ ' that point in a few days. Stanford Journal. If you need anything in the FUKNITUEE line, call and see us, to If per cent, all kinds of PERSONAL. w m ON INSTALLMENTS. Hall Hacks, $1.50: Wardropes, $9.00 up. Center Tables, 75c. up. Furniture and Mattresses. FURNITURE SOLD Bed Eoom Suites, 3 Pieces, From $18 up. I m IS n We also make fine Gobneb Seats, and all kinds of Pablob Foot Stools, Couch Pillows, all kinds of Furniture and Matresses anil made new. re-pair- ed m m Awnings t, II t$i Of all kinds, made to order Prices. t, MARRIED. V. H III bUii H F u'pnnIMSCK I 1 FOWLEK-FEATIIEKGI- Kellev Block, SBCOISD ST. &SgpWM$$ 4i4r(4f fQ f BIRTHS. arch-fien- d PUBLIC SALE! Saturday, '98, DEATHS. tlurty-nr- si - ,- I3i c-- -- CiF,Brower&Co v.JDUii-i.-'O ! '! at I . w Notice to Creditors. yRi Ofc-M-.' There Was a Busy Hum filfl ''W!V&fcnVSS - STRAYED CAN AFFOED IT It Joe-K- to-d- ay Estray Notice! w rT J -- 5 post-bellu- m MEYER "P-..:- ,.. W. P. Surles, Bail-roa- d, select-from- t ' LOUISVILLE I ....... Pii, iJEn-clo- so .nujiLLjyj mm CREAM DR; For-Re- irnlm 'w Snap BAKING lor Safe! CF.Brower&Co POHMfi I: Estray m Notice! r aa kt ,Bkirt.-Luisvi- ll8 tir -- ?. tWl 3 vc. : . ! yrSVsuie3SLhs? "!A USl EJMb. ."ST) de-"- N 029-12- :- - ft J i? .' rf? ,,j-- r ??'-- . . est "- 3- - " -- tf - fHir- - " s- - The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. Vcrta'dles was visited with fire Monday night. a $70,-00- 0 "Grud Slake" for Druggist Hutchison. JANUARY 20, - 189S. OOO wOGSOQ OOGOOOOOO&CaGUwvo o Advertisements will be received o g by THE CLIMAX with the guar- g antec that its circulation exceeds c O that of any other paper published c in Richmond. Concert for benefit Presbyterian church organ funds Feb. 21. Don't forcet Gofton's date 7 to 10 of Feb. at White & Gibson's. Clara Schumann Ladies' Orchestra Wednesday night, January 2G. Opera House, Wednesday g January 26, Schuman Orchestra. night, See Stouffer for underwear. sept-20-G- F. B. Curtis, passed through the Tobacco Sales. All who enjoy a real good thing city yesterday on route home. Mr. Wallace sold to W. H. Mr. John T. Gay. Sr., of AVoodford should hear the Schumannn Orchestra. Curtis is a wealthy stock raiser, and has sold a barn of 8 acres tobacco to Douglas two head of mules for $65. of has just returned from a trip to Illi- Zeigler, agent ot Hear the great Schumann Ladies' Liggett &Myers, at Best meat and sausage at "T. J. nois, where he sold two car loads of Versailles, at IScents all Orchestra at Opera House bringShearer's meat shop, First street. mules. Mr. Curtis said, in speaking ing $2,245.35, or $281 an around, night, nov22-2m- o acre. Messrs of his trip, that he had no trouble E. Dunlap and John T. "Watson sold A handsome tiling floor has been in disposing of his mules. He said J. R. Maupin fc Co. have opened their crops to the samo parties at 11 put in the Richmond National Bank that the farmers of Illinois no longer up another store at Whites Station. cents. building. use horses to work on their farms. Stouffer is the oldest clothier, furnishGood Tobacco In Demand. The Lexington papers speak highly The mule, he said, has been found to er and Hatter in the city. Country buyers aro still very acof the Schumann Ladies' Orchestra. At bo a better worker and cheaper to Wagers & Cohen shipped two car Opera keep, and the horse, which was al- tive and are paying figures undreamed House night. most entirely used up to about a year of a year ago for tobacco, says the loads of hogs to Cincinnati last week. Lovely young ladies, pretty cos- ago, has been emancipated. Lexing- Courier-Journal. The agents of LigYou can find nice Bhoulder meat at tumes and songs which make one glad ton Herald, January 20. gett & Myers aro taking all the crops L. Deatherage & Co , at 6 cents per at Opera House night. they can get, and Barker & Co. alone tf The Beckner-Ash-er pound. Case. The best entertainment of the seaare reported to have taken more than Tho famous suit of Judge Beckner Boy's "Watch Fkee. For particu- son will be the 4,000,000 Schuman Orchestra, a against A. J. Asher will come up pounds already. At the next lars drop a postal to the Advocate, very high class entertainment. price they are paying for good Bine-graAll can week in the Madison Cireuit Court, -- Tho Clara Schumann Ladies' Orches tra, Wednesday night, January tG. His many friends, are glade to see Mr. J. AY. Bales again on our streets. Druggist George Hutchison, who left If icholasviile recently on account of repeated business failures, is at Seattle awaiting $000 which he asks his Nicholasville friends to raise--, that ho may be ' grub steak ed" for a years trip to the Klondike. Sixty shares were put on sale at ?10. each and were readily sold., and the money has been forwarded to Mr. Hutchison at the above named place. Ho offers to divide up half the profits if he should Btrfke it. Mules in Demand. "Ufteunwiism crippled me for years. could not walk. I tried many physicians without benefit. On the advice of a friend I tried your medicine. I waa completely cured by threo bottles of vet. Reported every Tuesday at noon by E. Dentherago & Co., Staple and Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. EGGS 12 Jc BUTTER-Cho- ice I Aprs cash. 15 in trade. country, 1215c. BEESAVAX 2025c. darsopar ma." O. F. BOWEN, Eorton Smamh Pa. DRIED FRUIT Apples bright, 4c. WOOL Clear grease wooj, 1820c; burry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c CHEESE Country, 10c. .G5. TIMOTHY SEED-$1.50$1- ALL - OVER - NOW! fptyys 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 NjJ --Win. CLOVER BLUE GRASS 50c ; extra clean, G075c SEED-$2.75$- 3.50. SEED-Strip- ped, 40 ; fancy clean, pure seed, $1$1.35. More Light Needed. It hns been suggested by a number of our citizens that the Climax petition the City Council for a gas light on Fifth street, to bo located about half way between North and Main streets. The distance frdm North to Main is about two hundred yards, with only one lamp at the corner of North and Fifth, and that street is so obscure on dark nights that the one lamp reminds us of a lightpasture, with the ning bug in a exception tho gas lamp does not have the characteristic intervals between Hashes as tl.e lightning bug. ten-acr- e Busy Bee Cash Stores -- iS Has decided to commence the greatest-- 6ept-29-G- in CLOSING OUT AND CLEARANCE 'EVER HELD IN THE C1TY. SAL Danville, Ivy. Hats and caps latest styles and sept est prices at Stouffer's. 29-l- attend. low- B. Estridge, of Paiut Lick, sold a bunch of cattle to Games & jirofit thereby. AY ells for 4 cents. The application of A. W. Creek-mor- e for a renewal of license to retail Don't buy a suit or hat for your boy i itliout seeing Stouiiers. liquor at Big Hill, was decided by Judge The two AVinchester banks have Sullivan in favor of the defendant. paid their city taxes for 1897, amount-in- ? Frank Gafton, the celebrated shirt to about $7,000. maker, will be at AAThite & Gibson's Clothing at prices never so low at store, February 7 to 10, with a full line of samples. Call and leave your order. sept Mouffers. A. Cutry, the well known gro- in Asher, of tho Paint Lick J. locality, has applied for a patent cery drummer of Winchester, has rented the Mershon property on Second street on a double shovel plow. and will remove his family thereto in a A new stock of buggies, etc. at few days. John Donelson's. AVorkmen are repairing the Fifth John Francis, colored, was given four months in jail Wednesday for street plank walk leading from Main to North street. This has been a crying stealing a saddle from Bud Tudor. need for some time and our City FathStouffer sells clothing cheaper than ers deserve praise for giving the city anvbodv. the repairs. -- Hon. C. L. Searcy, of Waco, is County Clerk John F. White sold out after having been confined for Thursday his half interest in the tobacseeral days with a sprained ankle. co Factory, which was advertised exStouffer sells clothing cheaper thau clusively in tho Climax, to Bergin auybody. Taylor, price not stated. The firm will The Law Department of Central now be Ross fc Taylor. niversity has been moved to the I A man of business without an adHobson building, next to postottlce. vertisement in his town paper is like a or book See Stoufler and save money on grave without a tomb-ston-e agent without a tongue. Neither one c'othing, over coats and underwear. sept is known. Advertising is preaching Mr. Harry Gilmore, ol Woodlord, the gospel of business to those who sold his crop of 18,000 pounds of to- buy or ought to buy Big Stouo Gap bacco to Liggett & Jlyers at 12 cents. Post, The Klondike Cash Store opened See Stouffer for cheap overcoats. m its doors to the public Monday mornThe police have been notified to ing and did a good business from the look out for Joe Anderson, a negro start. The proprietors, Messrs. Scrivener & Chenault, aro exv ho burglarized a house in Georgecellent young gentlemen, and are well Friday night last. town experienced in their line of business. Suits to order at Stouffer's at ready Winchester Sun. A. s?pt-29-6- m 29-C- m sept-29-Gui sept-29-C2U-Gsept-29-GMc-Kinn- Mr. A. McCormick, our enterprising case was tried in this county and furniture dealer, has a n ad Judge Beckner secured a verdict of in this ipsue ot the Climax. Read and fifteen or eighteen thousand dollars two-colum- says the Winchester Democrat. The for legal and other services. The Court of Appeals reversed the case because Judge Scott refused to grant a cnange ol venue asked by Asher. the higher court holding that Judge Beckner's influence was so great in Clark county that Asher could not get a fair trial. Judge Scott then sent the case to Madison county. The Klondike Nugget. An article in the Lonisvslle Post of 19, and Kentucky Register of 21, in substance says: "Jeweler D. P Ariner has received from a friend in Alaska, a gold nugget weighing twenty-tand penny weights, and that said nugget has caused an epedemic of Klondike fever in Richmond." After diligent inquiry, we have failed to discover any excitement whatever over the supposed gold nugget, which is simply some hard substance gilded. AVe must confess our surprise to think a Register reporter could be so easily deceived on the subject of gold. January hree one-thir- d Sfiould Richmond become infested crops, fanners are receiving $200 with footpads, as our neighboring cities to $300 for tho products of an acre. have of late, that location would be most desirable for thir operation. AVb J. C. Armstrong's Sale. feci that the more mention of this fact The sale of J. C. 'Armstrong, of tho will cause the Council to take immediKingston neighborhood, of last Thurs- ate 6teps to supply this much needed day was well attended and reported want. as follows: One tract of land consistPistol Which it is Thought Daniel Boone ing of 14G acres, was sold to "Win. Qnce Qwned. AVest for $20.25 per acre ; 49 acres to P. E. Foley for $27 per acre; 12 head of A pistol thought to have ohco been horse and mule stock sold at prices owned by Daniel Boohe is now in of Mr. J Len Ballard, of this ranging from $20 to $30; 12 calves n from $7 to $20; 100 barrels corn at $1.55 city. The weapon is an of Revolution pattern, and per barrel; a lot of fodder and hay flint-loc- k was plowed up by Howard Maupin's sold at fair prices. son on Mrs. Ballard's farm, near Joe's Jesamine Pikes Priced by Owners al $73,-75Lick, where the Squire Boono rock, which now adorns the Court House All the pikes in Jessamine counly square, here, was unearthed a few have been priced by the owners at $73,-75- years ago. The pistol is in an excelThe Fiscul court members claim lent state of preservation save tho ss old-fashio7. 7. Not a Single Item in this Great Store has escapeed the keen edge of our sharp knife. Jpvv We did not stop at Overcoats, Clothing and Cloaks, hut went down the line and applied the cold steel to each and every department in the house. The cost of goods in many departments entirely lest sight of. our object being to close out the entire line. Our Overcoats and Cloaks have been slaughtered unmercifully. They all go out at less than the former price, and many of them almost given away to clean them up. Many of the very best things are still to be had in this line ard those who have waited until now to buy will reap a rich harvest. way in this department. 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 You can buy a grain sack full of shoes and boots for what a few pair formerley cost you. We are selling in this great cut price sale good heavy, winter shoes for ladies at C9c per pair. Good w inter boots for men at $1.19 per pair. Children's shoes almost put in to fill up the sack. The tariff on woolen goods does not effect the prices in this sale, as we have applied our a Kmie to tne carpet stock: ana 11 possioie cut deeper tnan any otner department 11 you need any carpets tor your houses this spring buy them during this sale and save Jo per cent. iieen-eage- these figures exceeding by high, and that too in view of tho fact that in the year 1896 they were listed for taxation at only $21,000. To lease the pikes to the county, owners want 6 per cent, on the above amount. If this price is insisted on the county will probably bring suit, for back taxes against the owners. Mr. Miller Selected. John Martin. The committee appointed for the the location of one ot the United States Couits in Richmond in the event the State is divided into two districts, met last Thursday and decided that it would be a good idea to send a representative to AVashington to present our claims and chose Mr. R. AV. Miller to act in that capacity. Mr. Miller will depart for the National capitol today and it is safe to announce in advance that Richmond will be looked after while our represen tative is there. This is a proper step and all of oui citizens should aid in evory possiblo way in securing the Court lo cation here. A In a little hillside graveyard west purpose of taking steps toward securing of Morehead, Ivy., is one of the queerest gravestones in the world. The stone marks the last resting place of Johu Manin, one of the principals of the Rowan counly war lietween the Martins and Logans on one side and tho Tollivers on the other. In the feud more than 50 were killed, and tho Governor was at one time compelled to negotiate for peace with Craig Tolliver. Martin was taken from jail at AVinchester on a forged order, and murdered on the train at Farmers. But Martin's friends evened up scores by practically wiping out both feud and the Tollver faction on the streets of Morehead two years later. On Martin's gravestone is the following inscription: "Stop, stranger; tread not upon the grave of one who nevor forsook a friend nor forgave an enemy. Johnny Martin lies here." Columbus, O., Journal. Monument Building. handle, which has crumbled into dust. When found tho weapon was a foot beneath tho surface and encrusted with rust. There are no marks on it by which it can bo identified, but the fact that a bell and powder horn, with "D. B." on them, and the rock, with Squire Boone's name on it, were found near tho samo spot is taken as a proof thai the pistol was once the property of the great pioneer, who, it is known, used to come up from 20 mile3 away, and hunt at Joe's Lick. Those versed in antiquites say it exactly corresponds with the stylo of weapon in use in Boone's day, and pronounced it genuine. Boons-boroug- h, Nice bleached table damask. 23c per yard; good red table cloth, full width, fast colors, 17c per yard; good outing black cotcloth will be sold at 4c per yard; full yard-wid- e ton, clear of dressing, only 4 jc per yara; 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 calicos 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's not a slipper in this lot that is not worth from $1.25 up to $2.50. but sizes are all broken and the lot is composed of several different kinds. Tan, black, white and all colors and shapes. Look through this lot while in the house, we want to close them out. What we have left in underwear will be sold at the following prices: Children's 10c vests at oc; 15c vests at 10c; 25c vests at 15c; ladies' 25c vests at 15c; 40c vests at 24c; 50c vebtsat 29c; men's 35c ribbed vests at 23c; men's 50c ribbed vests at 39c; men's 75c and SI vests will be closed at one price, 49c; drawers to match all vests, same price as vests. In this sale you can get good men's hats at 39c; real fur hats for men, nobby and stylish, at C9c. You can save from SI to ?4 on a trunk by taking advantago of this cut price sale. at ridiculously low prices. Children's knee suits and youths and loys' suits have also felt the effect of long-pant Men's snits and parts of suits will be sold in this sale our cold steel. Even before going to print people are staring in amazement at the low prices we are naming on goods and as this sale will be thoroughly advertised, our house will be jammed with eager 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. Peters & Green Coming. I made prices. sept-29-G- m Mr. A. D. Underwood, one of the oldest engineers on the L. & N. R It., went Bear hunting in the Cumberland winch burned last spring. The new mountains last week and was successful structure will cost $150,000. in landing a 400 pound bruin. He did If I havn't what you want give me not forget his friends in Richmond and your order subject to approval. sent down a fine piece. The boys had Lexington is to build a new Court House instead of reparingthe old one, Smooth Piano Tuner Pays His Respects to Madison and Jesamine Counties. John Doxelson. The office of G W. Evans Attorney will be with Gov. J. 1$. McCreary, over the Climax, after his return home, about 1st of February. Roberts House first class board and lodging reduced to $3.50 per week janl2 Table best in town. The World Almanac and Encyclopedia, a valuable book of 5GS pages, given away to subscribers. See notice elsewhere in the Climax. Double roonit, in third story over Hagan's drug store for rent. Suitable for Lodge or Bed Rooms. m a .great feast and ye editor extends thanks for a fine, large hunk. Sent Up. The Montgomery Circuit Court, last week, gave L N. Senff, who killed Thomas Kendall last August, ten years in the penitentiary. John Embry Assassinated. John Embry, formerly a citizen of Berea, but now of Jackson county, was assassinated by unknown parties Thursday night. This is the second killing in Clover Bottom in the last week. Temporary Appointment. Collector Yerkes detailod Ballard Luxon, of this city, for a special rev- Mrs. Lucy Bonny, of Waco, is se- enue duty and placed him at Tyrone. riously ill at the home of her daugh- It is highly probable that Mr. Luxon ter, Mrs. C. B. Hamilton, on Second will get a permanent appointment at an early date as he has already street. Mrs. Hamilton is ill also. stood a creditable civil service See AV. J. Shearer for best meat fouls, butter and and sausage, eggs. "Will also buy eggs and poultry Burned by The Explosion of a Powder Horn. XI its Belle Strong, of Ruthton. was at the highest cah price. janl2-lseverely burned Tuesday last by the Did Hughs, of Edentcn, who it explosion of a powder horn. She was will be remembered was stabed five trying to kindle a fire with times in an altercation on Chritmas and the flash that followed ignitday, has so far recovered as to be out. ed the contents of the powder horn, Its a hard matter to keep a stock which exploded, burning her arms of vehicles on hand all the time; but and face badly. if you will leave vour order with me Free. you will get what you want. To every new cash subscriber to the John Doxklsox. Climax, and to every old subscriber The financial report of the City of who will pay up arrears and ono year Richmond, shows a balance in the in advance, we will present a copy of treasury January 1, 1893, when the tho world s Almanac and Encyclo-pedf- a new council went into office, of $1, for 1898. Tho book is now GS3 91. ready for delivery. This offer holds good until March 1, 1898. Subscribe David Boyd was voted a cork leg now. . by the Fayette county Fiscal Court Winchester Court. "Wednesday. He lost his leg election day while serving as special deputy J. A. Ramsey, auctioneer, reports only sheriff. 150 cattle on the market. A few smoth oxen brought 3$ to 3 j cts. & Bro., of Kirksville, J. B. AValker 500 pound mountain heifers $4 50 per sold their crop of tobacco eoneisting head. 17 mountain yearling steers $18.00. of about 10,000 pounds, to R. N. Beas-le- Good milch cows with calves $35 to $40. the Paint Lick tobacco merchant, Several pair of good work mules brought for SS per hundred pounds. prices ranging from $200 to $225. Good denaud for good cattle received Thursday The Climax a letter from Attorney Silas Cobb, a Going' to Tennessee. former Madison county resident, but Mr. T. A. Chenault has decided to new of Omaha, Neb., in which ho enleave Richmond and will go to Nash-villclosed check for two year's subscripFebruary 1, where heisto leside. tion to this paper. Mr. Chenault will operate a dairy in Thursday, January 27, is the time partnership with his brother, Tandy fixed by law for the examination of Chenaurt, who has been located at those wishing a certificate of gradua- Nashville several years. It is with tion from the common schools. An- regret that we note the departure of other examination will be held later Mr. Cheuault and his excellent family. for the same purpose. jan5-l-m m gnn-pow-d- Those of our citizens who had tho pleasure of attending service at the Christian Curch Sunday morning and evening were entertained by listening to two powerful sermons, delivered by Rev. C. P. ATilliamson, of Atlanta, Ga., late of this city. His topic for the morning sermon was Monument Building and like all of Dr. Williams discourses, it bristled with beauty. It was one of the very best sermons ever delivered in our city and certainly no one who heard it failed to appreciate its true worth. The Church was crowded at both services and after the evening sermon a reception was tendered Dr. and Mrs. Williamson, who had the pleasure of" meeting many of their Richmond friends. The warmth with which this Godly man was received shows tho high esteem in which ho is held by our citizens. He is doing a good work in Atlanta, where the people have learned to love and appreciate him as a citizen and Christian. Free To Our Readers The subjoined special from Nicholasville appeared in the Lexington Herald of Jan 19. Mr. Hume was interviewed by a Climax reporter and corroborates tho following statement: A young man giving his name as Fred Blank bought 60ine shoes and clothing from a merchant here a few days ago, and left a gold watch as security for a small balance which he owed on them. Today Mr. Irvine M. Hume, of Madison county, came here, identified the watch as belonging to him, and the merchant turned it over to him. y, Our readers will be pleased to learn that the eminent physician and scientist, Dr. Kilmer, after years of research and study, has discovered and given to the world a most remarkable remedy, known as Swamp-Roofor tho cure of kidney and bladder troubles; tho generous offer to send a bottle free that all may test its' wonderful merits without expense, is in itself sufficient to give the public confidence and a desire to obtain it. Swamp-Rohas an established reputation as the most successful remedy, and is receiving tho hearty endorsement of all physicians, hospitals and homes. If our men and women readers are in need of a medicine of this kind no time should be lost in sending thoir name and address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham-toN. Y., and receive a sample bottle and pamphlet, botli sentabsolutely free by mail. The regular .sizes may be obtained at the drug stores. "When writing please Bay you read this liberal offer in tho Climax. t, ot te Hume reported to the police officials that a man answering the description of the party who had purchased the goods came to his house a few days ago and represented himself to bo a piano tuner traveling through the country for tho Baldwin Piano Company, of Cincinnati. Hume says that the man tuned his piano, and when he left stole a scarf pin, a gold ring, on the inside of which were engraved the words, "Nancy M. Hume," a pair of pants and other articles. Hume.and the merchant furnished the officers with thefollowing description of the man, and want him arrested : "He is about 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighs about 150 pounds, is 24 or 25 year3 old, has smoot face, dark brown hair and oyes, Roman noso that has been broken, and speaks four or five different languages, with a foreign accent to his English." The officers say tho man has been operating through Central Kentucky on the above plan quite extensively, and are anxious to have him arrested. Mrs. Harisfield And Daughters Fall Heirs to a Vast Amount of Property. al Phil Peters and Jas. Green and the Peters & Green Comedy Co. well beat Opera House two nights, commencing Monday, January 31. They are producing a round of musical comedies up to date with new and attractive specialties. The bill for Monday night will be ''Fin- mi" nml frtr nivi Mirt'in'o xu.ouij iiiuii o i.vituiib uuu iw flirt Tnoclur matinee ''A Mixed Affair" will be pre- sentcd. "An Easy Place" will be given Tuesday night. For this engagement the management havo reduced tho prices .to 15, 35 and 50 cents, with ladies free on Monday night if accompanied by a person with a reserved, 35 or 50 cent seat, that was purchased by 0 p. m. on Monday. For the matinee Tuesday the prices will be children 10 cents and adults 25 cents, The Birmingham of January 19. says : "The Peters & Green Company of comedians received an ovation at the Opera House last night. The building was packed and jammed with a mass of humanity that laughed and applauded throughout the entire performance. The aggregation is a howling success and that's all there is to it. At the prices they play the Opera House oughU to be about threo times as big to accommodate the crowds that will doubtless endeavor to see the really excellent people in the company. The bill of fare last night was 'Finnigan's Fortune.' In the cast was Green as Finnigan, Peters as Dutch Jake these two in the leading roles and Verne C. Armstrong, Bert Winters, Frank Hartwell, Billy Taylor, Nettio Peters, Lillie Durham and Florence "Webster all of whom were well placed. Amoug the specialties were the De Ivo sisters in pretty dances. Green in Edison'sjtalkiug machine, Bil lie Taylor and Lillie Durham in select songs and a number of others, including Pepita, the sensational dancer. Altogether it is an excellent comedv attraction and will make one laugh." T Age-Hera- ld Thanking you before hand for your patronage of this sale and for your liberal past favors, we are very respectfully, ll -- W. D . OLDHAM & COMPANY. V, l ur - "V m THE- - Jjli hours at ton. ChccSis Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the There were five deaths in twent the City Hospital in Coving finest liver and bowel regulator ever made. mayl ly The Winston, Estill lounty, postofiice rc'.l ot:r Printing Anr.N'TS WANTED VulcstiiK-rs- . lo I'stj-has been made a money order office. ' I'rcsscs. c nirl llty ltulfcr'"u.?.--3i- i Stone's, fc". '. I'. W. IXUtMAH CO., Southern Mutual Investment Co OF LEXINGTON, KY. The State Christian Endeavor convention will be held in l.ouisville next Friday. DR. HARTMAN SAYS TEA cares sia, Constipation and Indigestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. nifjfAuANUBIAN I lillllvi Dyspep- - ''i Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. G. White. Cures Catarrh Wherever Located. All classes and conditions of people have chronic catarrh- - It spares neither strong or weak, old or young, healthy oi sickly. All ranks of people have chronic catarrh. Rich men, ,beggar NrWJ poor menlawyers men, sizes doc thieves, tors, priests. Not only of tho head, but catarrh of the t'.iroa, catarrh of the lungs, catarrh of the stomach, catarrh of the liver, catarrh of tho kidney, catarrh, of the bowels; and a multitude of women are afflicted with catarrh of the pelvic organs. When it is said, therefore, that cures catarrh wherover located, a much larger fact is stated than at first appears. Who is it that says ca-tBr- rh Pe-ru-- na Pe-ru-- Our plan is a new application of an old principle, and ia based upon the actual experience of successful life insurance companies, covering a period of over 200 years. The same principles govern both, only YJ E pay while vou LIVE. A Good Memory THEY pav wheu vou DIE. good health. often saves money and also W E ofier the INVESTMENT feature. If you are troubled with constipation, THEY protect in case of DEATH. indigestion or any form of stomach With them, death is the moving (actor, causing the payment of the policy; with u?, a defitrouble remember to take home a bot- nite and fixed mathematical rale, in lieu of death, matures, the policy. tle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and INSURANCE IS A LAW AVERAGE. health will be restored to you. Trial Several hogs have died of cholera in the vicinity of Sweet Owen.Owen county. vJ U IA 1 Lvrlll. merchants, Eugenic Blair, to Visit Richmond. n, In Memory of Robert E. Lee. st e, A number of papers have published a report that a son of Nev. Blackmore, of Ford, had both eyes put out and most of his face torn off by the explosion of a dynamite cartridge, is, we are glad to say, not true. The child was severely burned by an explosion, but its injuries are nothing like so bad as this. AVinchester Adjudged Insane. Democrat. "Better not start advertising unless you intend to keep it up. Auy public enterprise which is begun and then abandoned without apparent reason is apt to be considered a failure remarkes an exchange. In this day of successful advertising, failure In it is looked upon with the suspicion that the business advertised was of such a nature that the public could not afford to patroniz3 it an odor of this kind attached to any business will sooa Mrs. Mary McMain, ol Waco, this county, was adjudged of unsound mind Wednesday and ordered to the asylum at Lexington, at which place Bhe was delivered Thursday. Sho created considerable commotion on the streets by shouting that sho was the mother of the United States and that sho would succeed President as Queen of theU lited SUten. Mc-JKJnl-ey Blacksmiths. kill it. " Bluegrass hors men aro circulating a petition that's rec jiving numerous signers, asking the Kentucky Legisner" lature, now in session, to pass an act .. Mrs. Lewis. to undergo requiring all Farewell." an examination as to competency and Quartette "Soldiers Pickols,. Miss Mrs. to take out a license before being Messrs. Arnold D Jattie, to practice their profession. and Mitchell, many good horsea. ,They claiiii that 'The.Swordof Xec?' we.; utterly' nunea by incompetent ii, ' ' Bv, J. K. Switk f " nAA0KBDllL21&.. ' . vo a? s horse-eboers , od anniIn memory of the ninety-firversary of Robert E. Lee, the Rich mond chapter, Daughters of the Confederacy, assisted by members of the Thomas B. Collins camp, United Confederate Veterans and the Sons of Veterans Celebrated at tho court house Wednesday night. Notwithstanding the inclement weather a large crowd was present, and pronounced the occasion as a fitting tribute to tho lemented hero. Mr.R. "W. Miller presided and presented tho speakers, amoug whom was Rev. G. W. Young, whoso remarkes on "Lee as a man" were beautifull and touching; is given in full the program: Duett-Va- lte Op 117. Brilliance, Mrs. W. G. White, Miss Anna Frazee. Address, "Leo as a Man," Dr. G. W. Youngr Dixie with Variations. Mrs. J. T. Akers. Recitation "The Conquered BanBe-lo- w G.V. A -- --" 1 t "-- The subjoined special from Quincy, 111., to tho Courier-Journis of inter est to many of our readers. Mrs. F. J. Hartfcfield and daughters, Miss Clau-d- ie and- - Mrs. W. J Surles, of this city, aro heirs to this vast amount of property: "Suit has been commenced by Edwin" M. Harrison and other eastern claimants to recover poesession ol thousands of acres of farm lands in Adams, Hancock, Warren, Knox, Henderson, Mercer, Peoria and other Richard Smith lived in counties. Raleigh, N. C, fifty years ago. He died in 1852, leaving a will by which his estate went to his wife, Penelope Smith, and daughter, Mary A. Smith, and after tbe'r death a va.--t amount of property in the Illinois military tract reverted to the daughter's children, if any, or to Smith's natural heirs. Smith's wife died long ago, and his daughter died later in a Philadelphia insane asylum. Now natural heirs have combined to dispossess over ono hundred present occupants of largo farms, on the ground that their title is but the life estate of Mrs. Penelope Smith and the daughter. Tho property is now worth 2,000,000." Latek. Mrs. Nannie Hartsfield, just. Claudia Hartsfield and W. P. Surles "A woman who is bad on tho stage and wife, have just received papers would be bad anywhere; and no womgiving power of attorney to Otis Tur- an is as bad as she is sometimes paintner, of Quincy, and tieorgo Edmunds, ed," declares Miss Blair. "In any, of Carthago, 111., to recover all lands situation in Jifo it is the woman, and of Richard Smith, conveyed by Peno not tho environment which counts. lope Smith, His wife, and Mary Smith, Stag people suffer from Iwing nlways their daughter, in Illinois', Missouri, before the public. It is not that so many of them are divorced, Arkansas and Tennessee, making each'divorca is so conspicuouslybut that noted. EDecial mention bf some property sold by them ini850 to Silas T.Green, of this city. The heirs hero bave no .rt' ioiuo Ul tit. I.I.... a ujoiI vrnli.A rt IIIIO ntnn..tv lUCtt ui yivciij, infonna havinar received their-firs- t tion as.to tlio value of the property inl -Cure all liver. ills, bllious- ueadaehe, soar stoiothrough the above, special. aco,' irwllirestkm, oonst.pa- llHnoia, ..Tberiatt j .,j. ana xt.im. Kiiwatmniu counsel-- 1 oatsticorzrip: 4llT,.wttfc-fclttouahU." Bold br Eugenie Blair, who will appear at & Bush opera house Saturday, is evidently held in high esteem in Boston (where she recently played a most flattering engagement) judging from the following note from oneof the leaders of the Hub's 400, especially as it was engraved on a card and sent with a huge basket of flowers: Evgmie Blair: My Dear Madame: Please accept these flowers with my lovo and ad miration. You are the sweetest and grandTymagniflcont emotional actress I have over seen. You filled my soul with admiration and grief, which was positively soul commune with soul. It Is .sad for those thit lovo you, that they cannot remove the misty veil of sorrow and torture before the eleventh Lovingly yours, hour. Mrs. Dr. Frances Mojileb. C03 Massachusetts Ave., Boston. Miss Blair is especially pleased witli love and admiration shuwn her always by young girls, who call upon her every day in numbers and speak to her lovingly on the street. Miss Blair is fond of society when she has time for it, and regrets that she so often must decline tempting invitations. Her life is entirely satisfactory to her ia its work and its art, but it Is very exacting and tho strongest nature sometimes grows weary. Miss Blair's defense of her profession against Jho many imputations of jealousy, too frequent divorces, etc., brought to" her notice was spirited and White They figure on so many men oat ot a thousand dying we figure on so many poiieiee. They 10c (JO doses 10c) large size 50c kill the man we kill the policy. and $1.00 of B. L. Middleton, Richmond There is no reason why a man should die to reap the benefit of his investment. jan-Ky. lm We return an average of $2.70 for every dollar paid ns, and yet we assume an obligatien less Thomas Grayson, of Lee, was thrown than oacthlrd as great as has been assumed and paid for years by the leading life insurance from a wild horse and instantly killed. companies of America. nIy about twenty (20) per cent, of the people are insurable. Of If? Al -! O.NLY TUB SOCMD AND HBALniT, WHO UIA3TNEKD IT'S ADVANTAGES, Tried and True. cax obtain life insckance. Why should there not be a means provided whereby the other few carry an investment Thousands have tried Dr. Caldwell'e eighty (80) per cent, ot the populationiscan open the door to the the same as the favoredenjoy who entire population to can get life insurance? Our mission to the indiexpenditure, considering the advantage to be desame or greater benefits for an equal or less Syrup Pepsin for constipation, rived, and those advantages may be enjoyed during life by the One making the investment. gestion and sick headache and have found it true to the claim made for it, NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. viz: that it is the best remedy now beThat oar plan is popular and based upon sound business principles, is evidenced by our fore the good people for the relief of large and increasing membership, as shown by our remarkable 'Exhibit of Growth, See Hteralare. closest scrutiny We stomach troubles. Trial sizes 10c, large cannot becourt the by actual results.and most thorough investigation. No statement made that verified Middleton sizes 50 and $1.00 of B. L. 5 IIDIf will cure catarrh whereverlocated? Doc- Richmond, Ky. tors say it, lawyers sny it, preachera say TheChristain County Medical Associait, a vast army of men and women say it, tion has elected Dr. F. P. Thomas Presi-debwho have tried it. The old and the young say it. They say it in the East and in the West; they say it in the CAScAKETSstimulateliver, kidneys and North and the South. All these say bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. mavl-lwill cure catarrh wherever 10c. that located. Mrs. Lucille Blackburn Lane iB imSend for a free copy of an illustrated proving and will recover. book of testimonials, entitled "Facts and Hood's Sarsaparilla is prepared by Drug Faces," sent by The experienced pharmacists who know Manufacturing Company, Columbus, precisely the nature and quality of all Ohio. It ingredients used. Councilman Ezeh's cuifew law bill Senator Lindsay, it is said, will not opwas defeated in the Council at Paduia. pose the Doboo Federal districtbill. jau-5-ltPe-ru-- Others Make Money. Why Not Yon? The endorsement given this Company by the investment of bankers, lawyers, merchants, ministers, doctors, railroad men, mechanics in fact, men of business sagacity in every vocation of life is an evidence ot the soundness of our system. Send for official literature giving plan in fall. 1 Mrs. A. SMITH" BOWMAN, A. T. Million, Local Agent, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Jan25-l- y y Bect't, Lexington, Ky. Badxilds are epidemic in Limaburjr, Boone county. i Pe-ru-- 4Uh R b y 10 ft " VI mrdo oatrr Kanufacturlnff Rubber ttacps. Send for Prico List cf CfcsGtt to J. F. Tf. Dorawi Co 121 E. Fnyctto St Calt&aore, MiL, U.S.A. Catalogue) free. H rial l s -' Pills c Storm parties are all the rage in Owen Or ought to know, is that health and fort. county. even life itself depends upon the condiThe-bi- g, hearty man is a continual of the blood. Feeding, as it does, "When bilions or costive, eat a Cascaret, tion irritation to his dyspeptic friend. Con candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. all the organs of the body, it must bo of stipation is tho root of ntno-tentb- s may5 lyr rich and pure in order to give proper the sickness of men, and of a large prowere badly hurt in nourishment. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes Five section hands portion of the sickness o woman. It tho blood pure, rich and nourishing, an accident near Middlesboro. can be cured easily, naturally and quickand in this way strengthens the nerves, CUBAN OILcures creates an appetite, tones the stomach ly. Nature is continually working as Cut, Burns, Bnilcs.Rhcu- - and builds up the health. Hood'a Sarhard as she cau throw off impuiitics, ;matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. saparilla wards off cold;, pneumonia and to force out poisonous refuse matefficacious. Sold by Perry & Thomas, occessors to W. there is an Impediment, ter. When and fevers, which are prevalent at this Any real case of indigestion and bil- O. White. Dr- - Pierce's Pleasant Pellets set the janl2-lThere aro fourteen divorce cases pend- time. iousness can be cured with a few bottles wheels working again without any ing in the Owen Circuit Court. of Shaktr Digestive CordiaL Try it. The best log tide in yeara is expected trouble. They assist nature in a gentle, Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to Den's Tobacco Spit sad Sacks Yost life Avzj. in the Big Sandy and Green rivcra this healthful, efficient way. There, is nothbottle. It lryouwaut to quit tobacco using1 easily week. ing violent about their aciion, and yet $1.00 per nml fnrfVr- - hrttnanft well, strong, mnimctic twice as it is just as cor tain as if it opened at lull of new life and vigor, take"No-To-IJ3- c A skating rink has been and Eczeraa. Tetter. Itic wnnuer-worne- r, uui saura Kcumiia violent. "You do not betpmo a slave JIadisonville. Tho iatease itching and smartiBg incistrong. Many gaia ten pounds, in ten days. to their use." They are different and uver uo,uuu enrca. nay ao-- i oi your dent to these diseases is instantly allayed "Only The Best" druggist, under guarantee to cure, GOo or by applying Chamberlain s Eye aad better than any other pill! for the cure f 1.00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. very bad of constipation, headache and kindred Should be your motto when you need a Bterling Remedy Co.,Chicaco or New York. Skin Ointment. Many cured hy cases have been penBaaeatly it. It derangements' Almost all druggists un- .medicine. Do not be induced to take i The Ldtington Gazette nominates is equally efficient for itching pites aad yon call for Hood.s derstand tliis, and are conscientious any substitute when a favorite remedy for sore nippies; Major P. P. Johnston, for Governor. chapped hands, chilblains, frost bitog enough to tell you so. rxLe druggist Sarsaparilla. Experience has proved I and chroBur sore eyes. 36 cts. Everybody Bays So. who tries to cell you a substitute Is not it to' bo the best. It is an honest raedi- - I r!aAnrfa ffutAv rafliartl- - tir. tartar. TOrtn. ,'kce, possessing actual and nneqwOed a safe man from whom to bliy medicineT Serial medical discovery ot the aee. nleas- Dr. Ca4j'a Condition Pftwders, are 'Send 2loue-costamps to world's Dis- merit. Be wise" and profit by the ex pnt and rafresriiae to tae taste, act gently just what a horse seeds when is baA i au posmreiy oa Jcmaeys, uver aim uoweis, eeittioa. Tonic, blood poriSer aad pensary Medical Associativa, Buffalo, perience of .other people. I S3 eieaasiBfr the eatire. system", dfscl coWs, rerarifiige. They are sot fool awe lieedaabe. fver. babitual coastitwtkMi If ,Y, ami receive pes PieretjsTOOS puge HwaHnMKRt m Bse to pw a Mtd hiHomnwui ,. Please bar awl try a tot Sense"; Medieai Atlvker," prer Common edadftks. TziaM I QL C C. 18, . m OMAR. AMI iattlyiUoetnte&L I tiarffo Tiny kr tofceJmar to iMMnfcjr -U . 7- 1 II f & s contest is being The tried before the committee at FrankBertram-Power- Don't think that yourliverneeds treating if you are bilious. It don't. It's, your stomach. That is, your stomach is really what causes thelbiliousness. It has put your liver out of order. See what's tho matter with your stomach. Sick stomach poisons tho liver and there's trouble. Shakers Digestive Cordial cures stomach and then all's well. That's the case in a nutshell. Shaker Digestive Cordial is no secret. Formula's ou every bottle. But it's the simple honest way it's made, the honest Shaker herbs and other ingredients of which it's composed, that make it so In Olden Times People overlooked the importance ot permanently beneficial effects and were satisfied with transient action; but now that it is generally known that Syrup of Figs will permanently overcome habpeople itual constipation, will not buy other laxatives, which act for a time, but finally injure the system. Buy the genuine, made by the Califorjan nia Fig Syrup Co. well-inform5-l- Read This I have rented for 1838 the several houses advertised by me last December, bat have now Jour or five other nice cottaees. well located and equipped tor sale on easy terms. Call at my omce over Messrs. White & Oibson's store, with Stephen D. Parrlsh, Attorney-at-La' FLORIDA II. PARRISH, an2S-t- f Attorney and Agent. A victory has been won by the slot machine men in the City Court at Cov- ington. "What Everybody Knows, Planters m e J Salt-Kheu- m i , bt -- ""iT ocfty -- t4Tt fe-pri- t- - -- it & ? i ::SADDLERY.:i MT IWrT-f.vM-fc I V- - . V V - t. ? T " " ii t-- ggss ii I - 0rfajp85 ., USHHJ LITERARY NOTES. 333PiMliai!iW3:KH , 11" --Arf BHk .m AN APPEAL TO CONGRESS m w SUCCESS IN "STRIKIXO" TITLES. By The Members of The National American Woman Suffrage Association. To the Honorable Members AT WALTER AZBEli,'S LlVEBY STADIA. Geo. White. House Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and rcfrcshing to tho taste, and acta gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to tho 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. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, of of the United States Senate and Bejyresentatives in Congress assembled: harness, cheaper All Vinds of hand-mad- e than can be bought any where in Richmond. Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction guarantee!. feb24-t- f j mi Ah&0m THE STYLISH PATTERN." ( tirfic Fashionable Original. Perfect- Fittlnr. Prices IS cents. . In one: higher. None better at any price, f Some reliable merchant jells them in J .msk icr t nearly every city, or town them, or they can be had by maU from t ... in V,rr Tr-a-r Ynrk- or Chicaro. Stamps taken. Latest Fashion Sheet J sent upon receipt of one cent to pay Ar- - ( luauu Gentlemen : In 1S9G, the members of tlio Nationnl American Woman Suffrage Association memorialized llio Congressaicn of that year to protect white and black women equally with black men against State denial of the right to vote for members of Congress and Presidential Electors in tho States, by a law made in pursiunce of the first Section of the 14th Amendment of our National Constitution, in accordance with the combined Minor vs. Happersett and Yarbough decisions of the Judges of the Supreme Court of the United States. And we, the undersigned members of the Federal Election Committee of this Association now write to ask you the Honorable Members of the present Congress to do women this justice. "We do not ask you gentlemen to protect women in the npw "right of exemption from discrimination in the exercise of the elective franchise on account of race, color or previous condition of servitude," which the Judges of the Supreme Court of the United States have affirmed that the loth Amendment of our National Constitution conferred upon the male and the female citizens of the United States when it was adopted in 1S70. I f MS GAUD j m i MilGUlZBNEW Hints, Fancy Work, Current Topic, ( ? i e I Brightest ladies' mzgzztae published. 7 Invaluable for the heme. Fashions cf I the day. Home Dtcrature, Household LOuisYiuE. rr. hew yorx. CAL. ttr. i T T anS-l- y 4 Fiction, all for only 50 cents a year, in- I eluding a i'reo pattern, your own selec- sUmcs T tion any time. Send two 8 for sample copy. Address t Wanted-- . i i Who can think of some simple mug to patent Protect onr Ideas: they may bring you wealth. J6RN VrEKDERBDItS &. CO, Patent AttorWrite neys, WasMngtrfn, D. 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Na5. . mm m A Book We ask you to protect women equally with black men against State denial of that old "right to vote" for members of Congress and Presidential electors in the States which the Original Constitution of tho United States conferred upon the white, black, male and female "people of the States," when it was adopted in 17S9. That old right to vote for members of Congress and Presidential electors, which women and black men both exercised in New Jersey until 1807, when that State made and enforced a law which confined tho right to while men. The Judges of the Supreme Court who rendered tho Minor vs. Happereett decision of 1875, in which the right of women to vote was con sidered, and the Reebe and Cruikshank decisions of 1870 in which the right of black men to vote was considered, affirmed in these decisions that those rights which were derived from our National Constitution were the "necessary" privileges of citizens of the United States, and those which were derived from the Constitutions of the States were not. That the new "right of exemption from discrimination in the exercise of the elective franchise on account of race, color or previous condition of servitude," therefore was ono of the necessary privileges of citizens of the United States, because it was derived from the 15th Amendment of our National Constitution; but that the "old right to vote" in the States was not one of the necessary privileges of citizens of the Uuited States, because the right to vote in tho States came from the States, and had not been "granted or secured by the Constitution of the r"51 United Stales." black men therefore had not been protected in the right And that to vole at "any" election in the States by the "laws of the United States," because Congress had no constitutional power to make laws providing punishments for the protection of citizens in the exercise of any rights except such as had been granted or secured by our National Constitution. But they admitted that women had exercised tho right to vote for State officers and for members of Congress and Presidential electors in B8S the State of New Jersey upon equal terms with men until 1S07. Affirmed that they were citizens of the United States and "enttitled to all the privileges and immunities of the citizenship." And declared that if the right to vote in the States as derived from our National Constitution, and suffrage was therefore one of the necessary privileges of citizens of the United States, then the Constitutions and laws of the States which confined the right of suffrage to men. were in violation of the first section of the 11th Amendment of our national Constitution and consequently void. So the members of their Court who rendered the Yarbough decision of 1SS4, indirectly affirmed that the right to vote for members of Congress and Presidential electors in the States was one of the necessary privileges of citizens of the United States, and that the Constitutions and laws of the States which confined this right to men were void, when they held that section 5520 of the Revised Statutes of the United States providing imprisonment with hard labor for the protection of black men in the exercise of the right to vote for the above mentioned federal officers was not unconstitutional, null and void, as claimed for counsel for Jasper Yarbough, by affirming in that decision that the right to vote for mem hers of Congress and Presidential electors in the States was "conferred by the Constitution of the Uuited States'' upon the "citizens" and guaranteed against the Statutes of the States by the first section of its 14th Amendment But the Judges of the Supreme Court who rendered the Yarbough decision of 1SS4, could not protect women against State denial of the right to vote for members of Congress and Presidential electors, when they protected black men in the exercise of this right under section 5520 of tho Revised Statues of the United States. Because as these gentlemen say in speaking of the late Amendments of our National Constitution in then Virginia decision. "Some legislation is contemplated to make the Amendments fully effective." And it is therefore to the Congress and and not to the judicial power of the general government as these gentleman also say in this decision that tho duty has been committed of protecting citizens against State denial of rights guaranteed to them by the 14th Amendment. So we members of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, ask you, the honorable inemberj of Congress to protect white and black women equally with black men against state denial of the right to vote for memlers.of Congress and Presidential Electors in the States by a law made in pursuance of the first section of the 14th Amendment instead of appealing to the Judges of the Supreme Court of the United States for protection against State denial of this right, as Mrs. Virginia Ii. Minor did in 1875. It is true as the Judges of the Supreme Court say in their Minor vs. Ueppersett decision of 1875, that "the right of suffrage was with ESS drawn from women as early as 1807. in the State of New Jersey without lryy i any attempt to obtain the interference of the United States to prevei.t it." But the reason that women did not try to oMain the interference of the United States to prevent New Jersey from depriving them of the right to vote for members of Congress and Presidential electors in that State in 1807, was not because the right to vote for these federal officers was derived from the Constitutions of the States, as Judges of the Supreme Court who rendered tho Minor vs. Happersett and Cruikshank decisions held in the case of women and black men. For the right to vote foi these federal officers is derived from our National Constitution, as the members of their Court have held in their Yarbough decision of 18S4. The reason that women did not attempt to get the United States to prevent New Jersey from depriving them of the right to vote for members of Congress and Presidential electors iu 1807, was because the Original Constitution of the United States itself was so written as to enable the States to deprive citizens of the right to vote for these federal officers whenever they chose to do so, instead of forbiding them to make or enforce any law which would have this eflect; as its 14th Amendment has now done. As Alexander Hamilton explains, in the 52nd number of the "Federalist," our Revolutionary fathers thought it would offend the States to reduce the different qualifications of the different States to one uniform rule. So they wrote the Original Constitution of the United States in such a way as to make federal suffrage conform to the already established or which might be established by the States themselves. Thinking, as Hamilton says, that this would be agreeable to the States, and safe for the United States, Bince it was not likely that "the' people of the States" would so alter the Constitutions of their States as to "abridge the rights secured to them by the Federal Constitution." m The viiluo of a 'striking title to an article is understood by no American periodical so well as The Ladies' Homo Journal, writes a New York correspondent. It has made its titles famous s by their uniqueness. Its With Girls." ' Heart to Heart Talks" and "Unknown Wives of Men" hac been ridiculed and paraphrased from one end of the country to the other. But it has all been grist for the Philadelphia periodical. Just now the title of ''The Inner Experiences of a Cabinet Member's Wife" isattract-in- g attoniion Julia Majjruder's new is given the titlo of "A Hill" take from Shakespeare, really, but who but the Journal would have thought of it? Marion Crawford's new story is called Smile" a title good enough to sell any story. 'The Men I Never Married" is tack to a new scries. "The Man Under Thirty-fivmade the reputation of Lilian Bell in this magazine. "My Literary Passions," under which Mr. Howells wrote in the Journal, served at once to attract attention. Julian Hawthorne sends a strong 6tory to the magazine, but with a poor title. It is immediately rechristened "There are no Wolves in Ireland' Yet each title adopted by this clever magazine fits the story and is really tho best caption for it. "A Minister of the Woild" Btarted that story on its success. "Mr. Beecher as I Knew Him" was nn inimitable title for Mrs. Beecher's memoirs of her husband. "The Gentleman Who is Going to Die" is the caption for a forthcoming story by Clara Morris. Talk aboat cleverness in titles, what magazine is such a pastmaster in tho art as is The Ladies' Home Journal? And a newspaperman knod how difficult this art of is. But nothing is so valuable in attracting the eye ot the public. y Planters II . '"Side-Talk- Female Regulator s en CLEAR. W V J VW ! vf Vlr Woll-Kow- n For all diseases peculiar to women anJ girls. It Tones up the Nerves, Improves the Ap-petite, Enriches the Blood, and gives Life. Health and Strength. It is the HAKES THE COMFLEXI0B (V tr V & I QUEEN OF TONICS!) y, Abottleof " Monthly" Regulating P.IU with tattle. Fnr Lilc hv all dealers orsentdirect upon recelptof price by J9 l) " PDEE i rnCE i New Spencer Med. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. W A love-storssing y Heaven-Ki- LADIES' SPECIAL TREATMENT: m cases requiring special treatment. aJJrcss. giving symptoms. Ladles' riedlcal Be- Bartment. AJvIce and book on rentals testimonials, free. S .' Vivucaicw V. riANnY CATHARTIC i.wnlll PBP liT M'tii IV mm iiiih f 5 k. iim "" '"""' nmmm'mx"m'T""mma' i PLEASE TRY W B hl m i A PVFF 5g3235S3335233SSS335353a35K For Sab and Rccommendsd by Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. dcc8-ly- r Q White. B 25c. 50c &3lMHyfsl?fP septS-i- y " M'M"'!M"M 9A n "" e' 9 j o . (eeestcotco(9ia(tiaig ; oaa , 0ae.. oc 00. ihf Everybody Knows P W Vl?V VfcifSk. iwl - IvPl .11 ThnseNewwraos eO rc3 (5&1 k.- -i c T TtTr iy. r-- t f& 2i ?Nl -- Wi ARE B0TH STYLISH Arp BEAUTIFUL, title-makin- g Will buv one of OUR FAMOUS SUITS that are well made and will do j'ou as much good as one of many more dollars. Will buy one of our FAMOUS MELTON ULSTERS or one of BEAVER OVERCOATS that are well worth dollars more than we ask. Buys one of our CELEBRATED SUITS or one of our CELEBRATED ULSTERS that you hear so much talk about. I j ll M i &3 cj MNofoby wmDress '''iiKjuuua And many New Trimmings, Pleatd Chiffons, Ve irfkt.s; Kl-ni- m m :MWI f Ex-l'ar- te fwi m To make Tho Ladies' Home Journal for 189S "the best of all the year; the most cheerful and helpful magazine that a woman can possibly have in her home," is the purpose of its editors; as disclosed by a prospectus outlining a few of the projected features for the coming year. While tho Journal will be more useful and practical than ever before, it is made apparent that its literary features will bo strengthened, and that pictorially it will be more attractive and artistic than ever. A notable feature, "The Inner Experiences of a Cabinet Member's Wife," a series of letters from the wife of a Cabinet member to her sister, will, it is said, reveal some startling and graphic penpictures of "Washington social and otlicial life. They are so realistic that the letters will bo published anonymously and are likely to attract National attention. The biographies of Pres: dent McKinley, Mrs. Cleveland, .Mark Twain, Thomas A. Edison, and Joseph JefTerson will bo presented in a novel w;ay by a series of anecdotes, giving the vital characteristics of each. Kev. John Watson, D. D. ('Ian Maclaren"), will contribute a series of article on matters close to the interest of every man and woman ; Edward V. Bok will have a special page for young men, iu addition to his usual editorial discussions; Lilian Bell will continue her bright, crisp letters from European capitals; Mrs. Burton Harrison will describe society at the beginning of the century, and Harrison is to write on "The Flag in the Home," Two fiction issues, iu all over thirty short stories, are promised during the year. The stories will be by Mark Twain, F. Marion Crawford, Iiaailin Garland, Mary E Wilkins, Julia Magruder, Clara Morris, Mrs. A. 1). T. Whitney and other well known autnors. The musical announcements for next year include Sousa's newest composition," The Lady of the White House," dedicated by special permission to Mrs. McKinley; sacred songs and hymns by Fanny Crosby, the blind Ira D. Sankey, and others quite as prominent in their respective fields. "Inside of a Hundred Homes" will be continued and supplemented by other articles upon fitting, furnishing and beautifying the home; and in addition to the Journal's "Moderate-Cos- t Houses," churches, schools, farm buildings, etc., will be given with detailed plans and specifications. Mrs. It. T. Borer, it is announced, will continue to write exclusively for the Journal. In addition to her" Cooking Lessions" she will write ot foods, their value and healthfulness. Special articles for children young aud middle grown on needlework, fashions, home entertainments.church work, etc., are all promised. This is but a passing ghince at the 1S9S Ladies' Home Journal, which is aimed to meet the literary and practical need of every member of the household. By The Curtis Publishing Philadelphia. Teu cents per copy; one dollar hymn-writer; Cpm-pany, per-year. VI lOU ... ., if -- . If you want to spend as much, vou. we will show you a SUIT or an OVERCOAT that will astound You will want your son a Suit or an Overcoat, you can't afford to miss looking at ours. We can fit a boy from 3 years old up to any age. Our Suits at $1.00, $1.50,&Our Overcoats at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, 53.50, $o.00 $2.00, $2.50 for children. are world beaters. Our Suits for boj's or JBoots and Shoes that we young men at $4.50, sell for $1.25, $1.50, $2, 5.00, G.00. $2.25, $2.50 are such ' goods that youhuvebeen ) paying more money for. H W WHITE & y r t iR q n w x JL JL K JL j ESI Ogn Low Price Makers. Leaders in Ladies' Furnishings. I AatufflD Leaves O . I - Hive Us A J wmm In Large Variety. ? J i - ja trl 1 n V It is now time to discard that old pair 1- of 1 Hats & fane &5SI11P1P Everj'thing -3 munmnimer You are probably ShoeSo I V, I H I I ffl tiying to makeup your mind where to buy your next pair. ftSIT'L.et us help you in this by asking you to call on u. and examine the most complete line of FALL .tin WINTER SHOES ever before shown in Richm m.i I I A I I that is worn b men or boj-s-. ffl I m Phone, No. 21. Freeman Bros. , iUl s h First Street, H.J may5 ly STRENG flatter. JLJJIVO toah. V V 1 Read our advertisements. ONE OF TWO WAYS. i iDl VUJl JlMiL The Clothier, The Furnisher, The Shoer, The JUmanac 0 LOOK, Encyclo LOOK! ss pill IrS n v57 f?S v57 13 Suffrage Association. January 22, 1SSS. Melvix A. Root, Members of the Federal Suffrage Committee of the National Woman Sarah Clay Uexsett, Martha A. Root. . . tlSijim laifira . 10 KUm 7 g)pm ltt3Spm 11121am . Iiiutiin (laipin' ifa rt ((ftpm Itani 5 40nm tiipm B (Cpm B.IOpm .. 7Xwm ta'ipm il C Niul No. 4. 4 4.1am f for Young and Old. LJ YECURE NERVOUS BLOOD ' A complete line of everything usually found in a first-claharness 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 ex- Garrard county purchased seventeen pert saddler, who can make anT kind of saddle needed, and we only ask your inspection to convince you. We bu- - for miles of turnpike. cash and sell for cash, not charging enormous prices to make State weather prophets say the worst up for lost- debts. We also make a specialty in repairing. of the winter is over. RICHMOND HARNESS CO., Give us a call. The Grayson Springs property has T. M. Wells, MVr. 107 East Main St. - 15)S?JHa mil Answer Any Question You may The bladder was created for one purpose, namely, a receptacle for the unco. 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 ot the kidneys. The second way is from careless local treatment of other diseases. CHIEF CATJS3. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy s is the chief cause of bfatlder troubles. So the womb, like the blad dcr, was created for one purpose, and J not doctored too much is not liable t f weakness or disease, except in rare cases. it is situateil back of and very close U the bladder, therefore any pain, disease kvl-ney-- Encyclopeoiti Ask It been leased for the coming season by Louisville parties. no 17-l- y County Court Days. OUR RECORD 1m Kluuini 4 (f.pnt 5.(tt.im K.STaiii! JvlOpm 5.21am lttWtiint 7.30pm Ifuin ftytpm GUOam 77aia m Train-- Nos 1. S, 5 and Chair JirM. . carry Kree Ohkerva-tli- tAsrrwiriMi Ku li.N'o. Il" STATION'S. 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Ar U vilin 8.30am. SOam Ar N a t No. 1 cjrnris Krcc Chair car Louisville to Lcxiiium. there ccnncctiii? with Solid VestiCar to bule Train caroins l'uliman JarkMinvUlc via Chatttuooza; also to New n. (lat:.xa .......... n " P.ltara 5.55pra aoaim lO40pmi 1.10pm j. Or-tra- No. 3 rarrits Pullman Sleeper Louisville to Chaitaiioosa. also Lexington to Jacksonville la Hot Springs. A&bevillc. and Pullman Cnlon Sleeper Lexington to New Orleans, tlhilly cjcccptSunday. A. WnroiJ,r.&T.A., S.TiSwnT.P.&T.A.. LouikVilSe. ICv. Lexiaston, Ky. W. Washington. D.0. WastlBcton, D. C. WA.TUBK,(XT.A WM.ILlATIXz.A.GJA. lLCuN. Gen-Sup- t., J. M. Cnu,T. M t:;i:;i:i,' V" " B- JBBBK ' The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. across Broad- Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Itheum Fever 11 SKIN& way. He was Sores, Tetter, Chapped 250,000 Hands, Chilin the heyday of ambitious, blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, DISEASED 111 ;v PRIVATE vigorous and positively cures Piles, or no nav re-MEN youth. A puff quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect DISEASES i ... 3iof wind blew L!,Hf,M;n " '"uu .. """"-""vurtcu e iciuuueu. x'nee insignifi- 25 cents per box. For 6ale by Perry & cant, almost invisible atom J.liomas' Drug Store, Successors to W, li3 of dust in one of his eyes. It blinded G. White. ,lecl5 ly him. He clasped his hands over his eyes .staggered on, only to be run down NEVER HEARD OF A WOMAN and YOUNG MAN J5&2m SsS WITH A FROSTand killed by a cable car. That man's when ignorant of tho terriblo crime you BITTEN EAR. death wa3 due to an insignificant trifle, were committing. Did you only consider an atom of dust that was barely visible the fascinating allurements of this evil habit? When too late to avoid the terunder the microscope. It is thus with From the West Point (Neb.) Bepubllcan.l rible results, were vour eves oicned to health. Men find that they are suffering your peril? Did you later on in manWe rise to ask for information. Does from a trifling disorder of the digestion. hood contract any tltlVATB or BLOOD disease? Wcro you cured? Do you now It doesn't amount to anything, they think, the memory of man extend back far alarming symptoms? and then see some and time is precious. They don't stop to enough to remember ever seeing a womDaro you marry in your present concorrect it, but stagger blindlj' on and are an with frosted cars? We dition? You know. "LIKE FATHER, have reached lilRH bUJM. It married, ore you conrun down in the heyday of ambitious stantly living in dread? Is marriaso a the slope on tho other bido ot life youth by death. failure with you on account of any weakNeglected indigestion is the first cause but a woman with fres --bitten ears we ness caused by early abuse or later excesses? Have you been drugged with of all manner of wasting diseases and have seen not. The architects of won -mercury? This booklet will point out to Dr. all forms of nervous disorders. you the result! of thcto crimes and point Golden Medical Discovery au's headgear never built them with Pierce's out how our NEW METHOD TltEAT-J1EN- T will positively euro you. It cures all disorders of the digestion. any thought of warmth, and the brevity shows how thoumnds have been saved by It invigorates the liver, imparts ag keen, or them precludes taking in theiears unj our NEW TREATMENT. It prove hearty appetite and causes the how wo can flUAUANTEK TO CUHK lessVtneiy aic extremely long, and no elements of the food to be perfectly asANY CURABLE CASE OR NO PAY. We treat and cure EMISSIONS, similated. It purifies the blood and matter 'how cold the weather, almost VARICOCELE. SYPHILIS. OLEET. builds healthy tissue. It is the great every lady you see on the street wiL m'KIUTUKE. UiruIKPiUi, blood-make- r, r, and nerve face the most hiring wind, DRAINS. UNNATURAL discharges. KIDNEY and BLADDER tonic It cures consumption, wasting ears look like a danger signalwhile her Uiscajcf. on either diseases and all disorders of the nerves. side ot her head. The only way we can indiges" I was a sufferer five or sir years from CURES GUARANTEED tion," writes U. V. Holmes, ot Gaffney, Spartan-bur- jr account for the phenomena is the won"Tho Wares of Sin" rent free by 7m Co., S- - C, "also from sore stomach and enclosing 2e stamp. CONSULTATION constant headache. I then used Dr. Pierce's derful warm heart each one of these Pleasant FKKE. If unable to call, write for R Golden Medical Discovery and permanent Pellets, dear creatures carries in i her bosom. ( relief." QUESTION BLANK for HOME 4 which in a fen days gave me TREATMENT. "The People's Common Sense Adviser" They aro styled the. weaker sex, hut for explains symptoms of ailments common to real fortitude to aiand pain, suffering, every family, and suggests remedies. It aud cold they can put t shame the has several chapters on woman's diseases and weaknesses. An edition in heavy bravest "lord.of creation" on eaith. 122 W. FOURTH STREET, paper covers will he distributed absolutely CINCINNATI, O. free. Send'the World's Dispensary MedChas. Cook was accidmUlly stiotandj ical Association, Boffitlo;N. Y., 21 one-cesenonwy wouboc' wane jbunting stamps to "pay. tM cost ot mailing- only. . . " . . "C . 'f I. 4glB-I- J vjotn DUKuitg- maj i -' Jtr-ss .I r Esli 1878 other day a New Yorker started The" Bueklen's Arnica Salve. ysupajbetic f)U$6ana$. Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Frankfort Si mti 1, 1S9T. . ih an. 6 30 6 43 6 51 7 02 7 OS 7 20 8 00 8 12 8 22 Standard "3?C American In Effect March Fayette county, second Mon- Annual. p.m. 3 00 -- m Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county) second day. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. Lve Franklort Arr Elkhorn PR1GE GENTS 1, 1898, (muwag .r..... aS,0 Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. - Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Uicholasville, Je&samine county, thin! Monday. CURED Winchester, Clark Monday. countv, fourth Stamping Ground Duvalls . . Georgetown Lve Georgetown. Arr Newtown.,, Centreville. Switier 320 1 332 3 48 358 15 .. Eliiabeth Paris .. . 4 42 4 52 430 453 On All News Stands. Larger, Better, More Complete Than Ever. fegfr'Tba most vidiljr sold Aimual Reference BooBd Political Manual published. Ready Jan. or inconvenience manifested in the kidneys, back, bladder or nrinary passage is often, by mistake, attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of some sort. The error h easily made and may be as easily avoided. To find ont 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-Koo- t, the irreat kidney and bladder remedy, is soon realized. If yen need a medicine yon should have tLe best. At druggists fifty cents and one dollar. You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent frecbymaiL Mention the Climax and send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton. N. Y. The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer All druggist- - sell Dr. Miles Pain Pills. 82S 8 40 5 19 Versailles, wooclford county, fourth Lve Paris Monday. Arr Elizabeth ' Centreville All druggists sail Dr. Miles' Norvo Plasters. ' WEST BOUND. . . ajn. .933 9 20 9 32 9 48 p.m. 542 558 530 5 48 6 10 6 41 6 43 6 59 B. N. I. & B. B, R. Time Table No. 31. l Taking Effect day, December 5, 1S96- E.V3T BOCXD. TEA cures Dyspqi Constipation and Ind gestion. Eegulates the Liver. Price, 25 ct.j. BldlllVl v sia, MjfANUBIAN Newtown. Georgetown Lve Georgetown Arr Dnvalls.. ' Stamping Ground. Switzer ' Elkhorn.. . " 10 00 .10 40 10 56 . . Sun- 630 706 Frankfort -- Jl 11 11 10 25 35 1st Class. 11 55 7 20 life-givin- The sympathetic tenderness of a loving husband is everything to an expectant mother, especially during her first ordeal. George Layton, Esq., a prominent druggist of Dayton, O., gives the following case : TO CURE A COLD IN OiNE DAY. ' Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All Druggists refund the money it it (alls to Cum. Z5c. .tor salo Dy w. U. wane, Druggist, mcli oct8-6inond, Ky. m Gen'l Pass. Agent GEO. B. HABPEIt, Gcn'l Supt. Frankfort, Kentucky. C. D. BEItCAW, THE WORLD, Pulitzqp Building, New York. Headache liad? Oct Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. Vejsallles Million Richmond. Union. View. T flesh-builde- vrould have them. has used four bottles of "Mother's Friend" before confinement. aay. after seeing the effects of the remedy, that if she had to go through the ordeal again, nud there were but four bottles on the market, and the cost was $100 per bottle, she A customer of 'mine, whose wife Headache and Jgettralmia cured by Di. PUULS. -- Ono illLES' PAIN cent a dose." r lk:y Eastern-Express Young ir- -. FREE: Kennedys Kerganj DRS. "Mother's Friend "is a scientifically compounded liniment which affords certain relief in the various ailments preceding childbirth, and assures proper elasticity to the cords and muscles Involved in the final ordeal. ."Mother's Friend" is soldTgr druggists, or expressed' oareceipt of one dollar. -- a. arship in most an; lege or uierar bydoinealilt Advocate, an illustrated vvlav bt 4 or a ScbotorsblD iti TJraatrhan's Practical Busing Ia Coe?e, Kashville, Tenn.,iif Tecaifcana. 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