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LI RICHMOND, tions are not in the habit of transacting business at a loss, consequently, it is evident that If they will cairy second-clas- s matter at 1 cent per pound when they aro forced to do so to secure the business, tho Government could profitably do the same if fairly dealt with by the railroads. Tho efTect of the Loud bill in its present form cannot but be detrimental to the advancement of the nation, and the Government of the United States is not so poor that it must economize by depriving the poor man of his literary food to put tho money in the pockets of great corporations. If Mr. Loud is afraid to offend tho railroads by proposing legislation which will reduce their dividends, why should he not turn his attention the to abuses of the franking privilege by congressmen anu senators, liiey send enormous quantities of political tracts through the mails free of postage under the guise of public document just before every important election. These documents are rarely read, and for all practical purposes are utterly useless. If the. legislators of the political faith do this, those of the opposing party must do the same for their own protection. A united movement of Congress irrespective of party could readily wipe out this abuse, save the Government vast sums, both in the postal and printing departments, and render it unnecessary to enact class legislation, which forms an arbitrary and unjust discrimination against a portion of the publishing fra- MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, DELAYED. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1898. NUMBER 35. Dr. Miles' Nervine A REMEDY FOR THE Royal makes the food pure, it bolcsome and delicious. CORRESPONDENCE. ' S2SA2 Yfrft? fex37 Effects of Tobacco. Congressman Loud's Bill to Increase The Rates of Postage. Congressman Loud, of California, has a perennial bill to regulate the rates of postage on newspapers and periodicals, w Inch is once more under serious consideration by the House. This bill has been defeated sit several former sessions of Congress, but its author still urges it with persistency worthy of a better cause. Mr. Loud's bill is intended to remove the annual deficiency in the Postal Department by charging a higher rate of postage to certain classes ot publications, and placing restrictions upon all mi POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL BAXINO POWDER BJiOOICSTOWJV. Our school ended last Friday, Mr. given general satisfaction as teacher. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Richards entertained the young element of our com- m v3 J. E Lanter having McCormick Bros, munity last Thursday nigbt. Mrs. Wiley Brookphire, who lately resided with her daughter, Mrs. Rufus Shearer, this place, died Saturday from the effects of an operation performed this winter. May her soul now rest in peace. The sale of Mrs. Kate Lanter, who lived near here, was well attended last Friday. She, with her several children and families, are going to Missouri. The members of the Brookstown church, ami especially its officers, are requested to meet on the first Sunday in Installment House. f?i2l j CO., Kt YORK. especially ny jouns men is always Injurious and undoubtedly shortens llfo mbrWln Mr. Ed. C. Ebsen, compositor on tho Contra-Cos- ta Eaci. Martinez. CaL. trritrr "1 hnrn : used Dr. Miles' Eestoratlvo Nervlno andrc- - celved much benefit from it. I ras troubled Tvlth nervousness, dizzy spells and sleepless- -, ness. caused by tho use of tobacco .inrt stim. ; ulants. I took Dr. lilies Nervlno tilth mar- velously good results, allaying tho dizziness, qulctlns tho nerves, and enabling mo to sleep and rest, proving in my case a very j beneficial remedy." Dr. Miles Ecstorativo ; Nervine is especially adapted to restoring ' tho nervous system to Its normal mniiltlnn t under such circumstances. It soothes, heals anu strengthens. a , frWE excessive use of tobacco, are sold by all dru- gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or money re- funded. Book on dls- eases of the heart and nerves free. Address. Dr. Miles Remedies i -- tRcstores .Health; Nervine Dr.' Wiles' publsihers. Under its provisions sample copies which publishers have heretofore been entitled to send through the mails at 1 cent per pound can only be sent at one cent percop3. This measure will undoubtedly decrease the quanity of mail mattet of this nature, but will it result in a sufficient gain to the Goverment to warrant this curtailing of the publsh-er'- s right to increase his circulation, by a judicious use of sample, copies, especially when the existing law, if properly enforced, is sufficient!- stringent to prevent an abuse of the prnilege and the sending of an excessive quantity of saui- - A VENERABLE CITIZEN. plea? There is another, and a more import- ant class of reading matter which will be seriously affected by Mr. Loud's bill. Under its provisions no complete books will be entitled to pass through the mails at 1 cent per pound. All such must De postpaid at the rate of 8 cents per pound. When we note the vast amount cf good reading standard works ot history, science, travel, biographv, fiction m fact, all classes of literature, which is to had for a mere trifle from the bookstore, it is realized what a boou cheap reading is to the common people. It is not so many j ears ago that good books were so high in price that they were rarely found except in the homes of thw wealthy and in public libraries. every home, no matter how humble, can have its little library of good books. This condition has been brought about and encouraged by the wise provisions of the former postal laws which made the rates of postage low to stimulate the the education of the masses. The passage of the Loud Bill will undoubtedly cause a large increase in the price of books; and the people will be the sufferers. The Postal Department has never been That was not the pruci-pl- e upon which it has been brought to its present state of efficiency. Its greatest office is to facilitate business and educate the people. Low postal rates were maJefor that purpose, and now, at the dawn ot the Twentieth Century, to enact such a measure aswould discriminate against a certain class of publications, and that a class of great benefit to the people, would be the lirststep toward relapse into barbarism. If Mr. Loud honestly wishes to bring tlie Postal Department to a point where receipts will equal the expenses, there is a way to do it without legislating against a uselul class of publications, or hedging a publisher in with a complicated law, which be interpreted to his detriment by any postal oliicial who may not be friendly to him, or of the same political faith. The railroads are charging the Government exorbitant sums for the transportation ot mails much more than they charge to the express companies for the quality of service. It has been estimated that if the Government were to pay the same rates as the express companies, a saving of from $10,000,000 to $15,000,000 per annum would result. As the annual deficit is about SS,000,000, it is quite plain that such a step as this would make the Department more than Where the express companies pay about 1 cent per pound to the railroads for hauling their packages, the Govern ment pays 8 cents per pound for the same service. Here is discrimination with a vengpance, and a condition of af fairs worthy of Mr. Loud's careful attenTo-da- y DE. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. K PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Airoasrsrs. fc W. MILLER. Attorney-at-La- Richmond, Office in Parmer's National Bank. Kentucky. the Burnam Buildinz. next door to feb3-l- y STTZ-iXjX-ST-JIS- - - u. ... A TTORX E W, KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, Office over Taylor's Hardware store, op- osue Uourt House, on Alain fctreet. I. B HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. Office No. 13 First St., up stairs. 31-3- 0 I. C. & D M. OHENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Iichmoxd, Office on Second street, over Chen- - The "Woodford Sun has this to say of an old citizen of that county: Strange to say, Mr. David Black, 91 years of age, with three or four exception, has never been outside the limits of Kentucky and he has never traveled on a raihoad car or a steamboat. In 1S37 he journeyed on horseback to visit relatives in Illinois. He has been twice married, his second wife having died more than 40 years ago. Mr. Black has two sons and three daughters lhiug. He has been an elder in Troy Presbyterian church for many years. The evening of his life ho is spending in peace and ternity. is but one way for the people to comfort, surrounded by loving and dutiThere express their disapproval of theproposed ful children; a friend to the needy, a measure. Let every man who is opposed counselor to the way ward and a pillar to it send his protest on a postal card or in the church. by letter to who repreI DR. CALDWELL'S sents his district and to the senators who F represent the State. By this method 'CURES CO NSTI will speedily become our convinced that their constituents are It is indeed a sad thought that Gladopposed to such a system of false econ- stone, the man who has obeyed the laws omy. Let every man who objects to of nature and of man with a fidelity, the bill take this method "bf expressing which, perhaps, has no parallel, is closhis opinion, at once, and the Loud Bill ing his pilgrimage on earth in pain will never becomo a law. which causes him to cry out for death. His life forms one of the mighty memories of the century. His thought courses Honscbold. Gods. The ancient Greeks believed that the all the intellectual views of an empire, Penates were the gods who attended to and his words, yet alive, still tremble the welfare and prosperity of the family. with the significance of those of an inThey were worshipped as household tellectual monarch. On no field of gods in every home. The household god struggle iu the battle's blazing front, of is Dr. King's Xew discovery. gazing defiant on Glory's bloody face, For consumption, coughs, colds and for he walked. Carnage will be no figment affections of Throat. Chest and Lungs of the death dream. Ho led the hosts lie marched .with head it is invaluable. It has been tried for of peace. a quarter of a century and is guaranteed among the clouds where another light to cure,or money returned. No house- shines while his feet sought the paths hold should be without this good angel. of men ; his heart beat in harmony with It is pleasant to take and a safe and the great, sad heart of the people. The sure remedy for old and young. Free light is fading from the dying eye; the trial bottles at Perry and Thomas' Drug calm, thoughtful brow is darkening with the eternal shadow. "Who will Store. Regular size 50c. and $1 00. take his seat on the throne he is reSuccessors to W. G. White. 2 signing? Lexington Argonaut. February. Ikewbt. Miss Belle Holman has been very sick. Sam Million is in the mountains buying stock. Born, to the wife of J. AV. Bratcher, the 17th, a girl. High water prevented us from receiving our mail Saturday. . Some prying thief broke into Uncle Joe Heathman's house last week while the family was away from home, but nothing of any value was missed. m US' Price Fighters! jsC! The you need anything in the FURNITUEE line, call and see us, we guarantee to save you from 25 to 50 per cent, on all kinds of Tf m m m KIRKSVLLLE. Mr. F. C. Tevis is in Lancaster on a visit. The Climax is a welcome visitor at Furniture and IViattree, FURNITURE SOLD ON INSTALLMENTS. Bed Iloom Suites, 3 Pieces, From $18 up. &YRUP law-make- rs moN.ll FSijy Kirksville. Mr. J. B. "Walker has moved his family back to Kirksville. Mrs B. F. Tevis went to Lancaster last week to visit her mother. Miss Kathleen Poyntz, of Richmond, is visiting Mrs. W. R. Potter. Kirksville was visited by a storm Saturday night. No damage was done Mr. T. J. Curtis has returned from Illinois, where he has been on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Walker, of late of Kirksville, made us a flying visit last week. Rev. R. B. Briney, of the Christian church, will preach three Sundavs out of the month instead of two as heretofore. Prof. Harris' school is progressing nicely. Last week there was a large increase in the attendance. Prof. Harris is assisted by his daughter, Miss Lelia, and they are giving complete satisfaction as teachers. Nich-olasvillo, n Hall Racks, $1.50. Wardropes, $9.00 up. - Center Tables, 75c. up. IfWe also make eine Coiiner Seats, and all kinds of Parlor Furniture, Foot Stools, Couch Pillows, all kinds of Furniture and Matresses re- ml 1 H if paired and made new. I m to-d- ay Awnings Rock-Botto- Of all kinds, made to order at Prices. m lult's grocery. PHYSICIANS. SHEEP AND BATTLE MEN TO ORGANIZE. A GROWING EVIL. ftR. JOHN ICHMQXn. M. FOSTER, Kentucky 5- f ... Telephone at office and tevidence. - )IL H. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. ichmond. r0:Ece in the loe Cc.lins building, 18 and 20 Sec- 27- Bad Street, oer Wnue ..old drucstore. jhas. hooker, VETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Feterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. up stairs, over store recently accused bv Richmond Harness Co , East Mainy St., apr-llichmond. Ky. The breeders of pure-bresheep and beef cattle in Kentucky aro agitating the subject of organizing a State association similar to the Kentucky Swine Breeders' Association. The general benefit which has resulted to tho swine industry in the State from tho work of the Kentucky Swine Breeders' Association suggests that like good work may be done for the sheep and beef cattle industry of the State. There is no reason why it should not be done, if breeders in these lines will act as promptly and energetically as the swine breeders did when the matter By a similar organizawas proposed. tion the poultry breeders have greatly stimulated the poultry business in the State. Both of these organizations started in a small way, prompted by a notice in the Farmers Home Journal, followed soon after by a call from a few breeders for a preliminary meeting and then a permanent organization. There aro no breeds of stock which are showing more favorable indications of a prosperous future than sheep and beef cattle, Now. will breeders of this stock help this reviving interest in this business D3 organizing ss above indicated? By united effort you can materially increase the demand for breeding stock. The columns of this paper are open to a discussion of the Homo Journal. inatter.-Farmc.rs PEPSSgy YRUPINDIGESTION. i CURES LITER AR T JSTOTES. "Book News," which publishes in each issue an expression of opinion from leading authors in regard to their own personal view of their woik, gives in its February number the following remarkable utterance by Sarah Grand in regard to her purpose iu writing Beth Book," in which, as will be seen, she touches upon the errors of the DR. CALDWELL'S Louisville Commercial. C. Medicine and Surgery. Office Collins Building Main Street. rolephone nt residence (the Cnrr flacc) on ilCIIMOXD, JASPER, M. D - IrP.luwaj . - - Kentucky. W. EVANS, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Richmond, rk.cN-rui.kY- .... . )R. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, UCHMOND ce and residence on Second Street ... DENTIST, tion. KOTUtkJ DENTAL STJSGEaY. IREMOVAL. DR. VALENTINE H. HOBSON, These same express companies are careful students of the postal law. Their rates are adjusted so as to give tho publishers the rate as it can get by mail, or a little less. Where the postal rate is S cents per pound, they carry 2 pounds for 14 cents. Where the postal rate is 1 cent per pound, then they carry the 6ame matter at t cent. These corpora- - Tho Fairfield (Nelson county) correspondent tells of a novel insurance plan proposed by the property owners of that town. It is as follows: "'Some o our public spirited town folks aro endeavoring to organize a mutual insurance company, which, if they succeed, will be of great benefit to the property owners of .the district The plan is a good one, as each member will, after the company is authorized to do busi ness, deposit his note given on a fair as- of Louisniixe, Ky. next door to Government Building, HchmSnd, Ky. Office hoars 9 to 1 to i. 12-- novi7-i- y Four nice rooms for rent. Jail at Dental Office of Dr. Hot- son, J. next door to postoffice. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. What does A stand for? "When some friend suggests that your blood needs A sarsaparilla treatment, remember that A stands for AYER'S. The first letter in the alphabet stands for the first of sarsaparillas ; first in origin, first in record, first in the favor of the family. For nearly half a century l sessment of his property, and when a loss occurs each member will be assessed according to the property he has insured, to pay each loss, thus no payment is made until a loss occurs, thus keeping the money "paid for insurance with our own people." WHAT PETER COOPER SAID. critics: "In influencing their daughter's choice of a husband parents are apt to consider a man's means, manners and position rather than his principles or ideals. If he prove to be a good fellow in society they are content to inquire no further. Many men of excellent manners in public are men of most corrupt mind, whose conversation in private is a continual source of suffering to their wives. I wrote 'The Beth Book' to show what a refined woman must suffer when forced to associate with such a man, the inevitable blight, the certain deterioration that set ties upon her even when she has" the force of character to escape absolute corruption. The critics have almost all missed this, the one purpose of the book, and pounced upon something quite in cidental, and merely introduced by way of illustration, and as the vivisective incident, to which they attribute an exag eerated importance. The subjects discussed came inevitably into the life of an intelligent woman situated as Beth was at the time ol which I was writing ; she could not have avoided them and, thereforo, no picture of her would be faithful that ignored them; but it is in the conditions of her life, not in her intellectual pursuits, or opinions that the real B'gnificance of her story is to be found." sale of cocaine had become so great in the last few months that it was almost impossible to supply the demand in Kentucky This is due to the craze which has broken loose, especially among the negroes. Compared with this craze, the morphine and opium habit is nothing. Costly as is the ar tide, as it retails for 40 a pound, the fiends will always manage to secure money enough to buy a small amount of it, as the effect is so great that once it is used they cannot break away from the habit. The fad was first introduced in Kentucky at Lexington by a number of swell coons from Cincinnati, and then the infection spread to Shelby county, thence to Louisville. A great number of the local colored people have become such slaves to its U6e that they will work only long enough to get ten or fif teen cents, which they spend for cocaine, and then after using it, according to the statement of one of them, "they don't care whether school keeps or not." In a few years at the farthest the system succumbs to its poisonous effects, as the digestive organs aie numbed and soon fail to perform their functions. One A prominent wholesale druggist stated to the Commercial evening that the 1 m . m MKelley Btocko r SECOND ST. y ll t&V "Tp,r III -- 'VnirT Mapy'"r j"""- - y "r" m SS te rU 09 CO r 9 m CLOTHINGS at OLD PRICES. We have just received the largest line of fL ol l trf J I night recently a well known young bachelor called on a jounglady on Higgins avenue. In the couise of ...909 conversation the subject of came up. "Here is a case in particular," said the gentleman. "Here ;;;:: unsigned," is a check I received as he passed tho paper to the young .::.U lady for inspection. After a closo look at tho bit of paper the young lady, with :::::? an amused smile, handed it back with the &; remark. "Why, that's mother's handwriting I'll have her sign it at once." The subject was immediately changed. Paris Reporter. absent-mindedness to-d- ay Clothing, Ouercoais, Underwear article needed. Hats 1 IN RICHMOND, which we bought early before the tariff was put on g:: Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. Fit Guaranteed at from $10.00 up UNDERWEAR AND SATS AT PRICES STEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT woolens and can give our customers the benefit of 30 per cent, on every li'iz ! agas? I. , aCA t OS TAKE THE .&vHym. lH HofMl .IIP at. Necessary Steps To Preserve Your Health words, taks . SftT jjiis I . B. over Collins Grocery, same office atly occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. jan!2-l- y Here is what Peter Cooper, who died worth many millions, said of a newspaper: "In all the towns where a newspaper is" published every man should advertise it if nothing more than HON. C. )f T. CALDWELL, Parkersburg, W. Vs., Recom mends Wrights Celery Capsules. Aycr's Sarsaparilla has been curing all forms of blood diseases scrofula, eczema, tetter, rheumatism, erysipelas, blood poisoning, etc There's a book about these cures " AVer's Curebook, a, story of cures told by the cured," which is sent free on request, by Dr. J. C. Ayer, Lowell, Mass. The book will interest you if you are sick or weak, because it tellsnot what it is .claimed the remedy will do, but what your neighbors and fellows testify that it' bas done. Willvit cure 7011? It las "tared tsoseasde like you. Why not you? j. - Jk 'X' - Pabkebsbukg, W. Va January 20, 1993. diK Weight Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio. a card stating his name and the business he is in. It does not only pay the advertiser, but it lets people at a know the town in which you reside is a prosperous community of business men. As the seed is sown so the seed recompenses Never pull down your sign while yon expect to do business." Press and Printer. ilflfr .1 dis-tin- ce QUART BOTTLES. i?.t- - hottla ran take will man better health, and erery bottle conulns Uneqoaled as a blood purifier nd general .trenKthener. Our Illustrated book of 30 page. U full ofijood, solid health Information. Sarsaparills 1 .,,. a quirt. ' xJofonstSffs la ethtr The Oldest Clothier and Eurnisher in Bichmond. 7 STOUFFER'S 2?:!: -- ,. pinsiiiil liiiij Winter Schedules tcx"brj ..trlM WiLUAMS, DAVIS, BROOKS & CO.. Detroit, fitch, Ilk. UmttUt. th fBtM Littl. lirer FUU. aifc EioianMionsnD, IS" IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5TH. rtiywni Sold by D. Z & o T. since Novem- Wright's Celery sr, JSiH. anil ana tnem to De as recom mended. I first beiran taking them sat Hot Springs. Ak, under treat ment for Sciatic Rheumatism. Liver and Stomach trouble Constipation which J lad been a lone sufferer. I found the Oelerv Cansules cave me great relief prom the beginning and have used them pver since With pleasure, ana unsolicited. I recommend them to any and Mil Buffenng with like afflictions or eituer f them. Very truly yours. I have Gentlemen:Capsules been using Charles T. Caldwell. SoldbyT.S Hagan, Drajrgist. Price sents and 51.00 pernor. UAiiaiaruij- 6- - ' (ore and get free eaisplei ScmstMsff to Snow. It may be worth something to know that the very best medicine for restoring the tired out nervous 6ysteni to a healthy vigor is Eloctric Bitters. This medicine s purely egtable, acts by giving tone to the nerve centres in the stomach, gently stimulates the liirer and Kidneys; and aids these organs in throwing off impurities in the blood. Electric Biiters improves the appetite, aids digestion, and is prcnonnceo; by those who have tried it as the veryjbest blood parifier and nerve ionic. Try it. Sold for 5pc or $1.00 per .bottle at Perrjr Drag Store. Successors to . t. ' W.G.,Whitei li. Taylor, Waeo. Ky. g c o m co 02 o h O QTJEEH & CHESCEFT ROUTE. Hirs Ciaciaaati to New Orleaas - p O (0 aad Jacksegvilte 2t-- 4 109 MILES SHORTEST. VESTIBULED TRADfS IK THT3 rttca!cto CURtCOlfSIIPATIOH ' : ANDY CATHARTIC FINEST I CO f 3rANUPACTUR"ER AND DEALER IK ) 10 18S0L0TELT GDiSMTEH) beelWfwe. U. STKBUSS -- -. j"T .. .50. J t ,-, , - ?k f J?2St2S?J y .m,mmtmmm MMEOT-. DO.. CMcm. ..- in " DRlKKSrS Ji "' m.. OF OJSALKUSlCr WMK. For further particulars., prices, &c.x address" it -- GRANITEKmJJS Am? ALL va- - 7VONU7pNTSf . Through Pullman Service is unequalled. Cafe' Parlor and Observation' Cars daily. Standard Vestibuled day Coaches. Get your tickets via the Queen & Crescent Route" W. C. SmBiKSOlC, Gm'1 SOUTH Fasi'r I m lt, CUcUutl, 0. Mttttni. Cwu. jTew Twfc. 1.1 i, T- - - (1;. - 1 J, V 1W1M- -- tf - si, ,.si'c " ". "" y' '. V- aii?bi)oi)i)n)eit ,v a .t v. - ". . 1 -- t ., T. JHI - ' C- ' i"' T, - ?T ,t STt tS". fc, i5lte ' ' t The Richmond Climax. ruBUSHKii xvrnv wedkksday Th8 Climax C . bt Printing Co. WOODS, Associate Ecfttor. PRICE PER TT5AR, $1.50. 1S9S. almost every economist of re- but Griggs and his friends will devour pute in the United States, in France and $3,000 worth of tho best the Waldorf-AstorEngland and in Germany is a declared can furnish in the brief time himetallist Now, the United States devoted to the banquet. And yet President McKinley is "sorSenate, the grandest representative body on earth, has voted for bimetalry for the poor worklngmen." lism. The people are fast seeing and realizing that it is right and the good work will begin to show this fall, and by 1900 all three patriots will be on the side of true prosperity. OF A PEOPLE, VS. To-day ia Was Growing Worse Liver m and Stomach Troubles Too Able to Do Weak to Work-N- ow AH Her Housework. II FREE w IS t k: r-- - .' CF.Brawer&Co y "( Hon. W "W. Combs, whom the Democrats of Madison sent to Frank- Prejudice The Only Throlllo lo American fort to represent this county in the Liberties. The Senate killed the bill to pro- Lower House of the Kentucky Legislature, is one of the most faithful of Democracy is founded on the broad hibit the marriage of first cousins. members. He is a member of four basis of liberty and equality before the President Thursday afternoon important committees, Education, law. It is in vain for prejudice to The named E. D Hill for the district attor- Charities, Insurance, and Contested raise its short arm against it as long neyship ot Kentucky. Elections. He attends all committee as tho people love and cheerish liberty, The principles o Democracy is nqt less The Middlesboro Herald says meetings, and spendshis duties. than the outgrowth of the Declaration of in As Charlie Metcalf is certain to be twelve hours daily of tho work is per- Independence written by the fathers W. P. PREWITT, Agent. Secretary of State as that the the major portion the next formed in the committee rooms, it of liberty, promulgated in tho cause sun rolls through the heavens. leaves one little time to frolic e at- of a free people, and handed down of Is tho best in fact tho One Trao Blood Purifier. Among the sixty or more hills in- tended to his business properly. Mr. pure and undefiled to the followers the Jeffersonian principle of govern- AX all druggists. Be isuro to get Hood's. troduced at Frankfort Tuesday were Combs is making a record for himself curcliverllls.easytotake, is a party the the bills to abolish the Executive and it is one which, at the end of his ment. To day there 1100(1 S FllIS easy toopcrate. 25cents, amAll persons having claims aguinst Mrs. T. Q. in Louisville. term, will be so conspicious for effi- Republican party whose hope and Boards and other offices and Wm. Parrish will present them to the ciency aud faithfulness as to deserve bitions to assume control of the governoffice of T.J Smith, Jr., properly verified ment runs high on the tide of preju- from a delightful visit to Miss Hazel-rigto law within 30 days or same will bo The Kentucky House passed the the praise ot all parties. barred. T.J.SMITH. Trustee. to dice. at Frankfort. bill permitting husband aud wife Janl2-t- f Bryan has given us his findings of Republican politicians, backed by Mr. Waller Traynor delightfully en testify for or against each other in divorce proceedings and certain other the conditions prevailing in Mexico their deluded adherents are promul- tertained his friends at a dance last ! actions. under the silver standard and stable gating and putting into practice every Wednesday evening. prices. His report is valuable, and scheme to overthrow Democratic rule Miss Lucy Mrs. Elorida Parrisli and THELouisvilee G. A. R. Veterans will be an to the laborers in the nation and thereby trample on Adams are visiting lelatives and requested President McKinley to ig- and fanners of this country, who have the rights of liberty loving people. From my place at London, Ky., on December 25th, two horses. One a sorrel about friends in Campbellsville. nore Editor Samuel Roberts request been deceived by the goldites into beIncapable of grasping broad and old, 15"i hands high, white hind feet and wtite Mrs. James Peyton, of Lexington, star in forehead, foretop cut short and his a for the appointment of Leslie Combs lieving that the silver standard means generous ideas of popular government, long heavy mane. There is also a brown spot is visiting her brother, Commissioner as pension agent. on one thigh. low prices and low wages. If the inert they belittle every great principle about 15 The other is a dark bay, Democracy, and there- S. E. Scott, on Third street. hands high, no marks visible when last Been. Senator Lindsay made a speech Mexicans can thrive and prosper un- enunciated by A liberal reward will be paid for return of same Mr. Thos. H. Karr left Saturday to Joe R. Azbill, Kingston, this county, S. C. Thursday in favor of the Teller resolu- der a financial policy which gives sil- by hope to ride into power by the Carrier, Corbin, Ky., or J. H Carrier, Lond m, ver and gold equal mint privileges prejudice race prejudice they have morning for Hot Springs, Arkansas, jan!9-3,- v tions declaring that Government is Ky. Corner Second and Main Streets. ot the colored to recuperate for several weeks. neither legally nor morally bound to and which maintains parity between inculcated in the minds Mr. Hugh McElwaine left Monday pay its obligations in gold. He ex- dollars and property, how much more voters who led by the Republican parbeneficial would such a system be to ty as dupes as long as they continue for Danville to attend the horse sale plained, however, that this was his full appreciation of her excellent ness of the immortal chieftain. Hence of E. P. Faulconer, beginning active, intelligent, and enterprising to vote the Republican ticket. opinion as a lawyer. we do not exaggerate when we say that qualities. so far as the appeals to prejudice, In When prices American citizens? he roe to sublime heights when he Residence of Mrs. Sherman Dudley, corner Mrs. Lou L. Hume, of Irvine, was The deadlock in the Maryland rise, the chances are 100 to 1 that passion and greed, are made by the the guest several days last week of On Thursday evening last, in tho paid liis feeble (?) tribute to the greatest Moberley and Third J. btreeU. Janl2-4G. G. PREWITT, Agt. Senatoiial contest was broken Tues- wages will rise. Uixder the present Republican party, just so far does that her brother, Attorney Grant E. Lilly. rooms of the old Madison Club, Sigma soldier of history. is only proper to say that the emiIt Alpha Ep8ilon gave a dance, which all nent success of the evening was due to day by the election of Judge Comas, policy prices are falling, and conse- party depart from the path that leads George C. Moore, of Paint Lick, lias present unite in pronouncing one of the untiring work of Maj. Gen. J. M. who has been in the lead from the quently wages must fall with them. to good government, and fry to heap received from Congressman Davison most as delightupon a confiding people the burdens a cadetship start. The election of Judge Comas SilverKnight, Watchman. at West Point Military the of thesuccessful as well given this Poyntz, who planned the celebiation. C.E. W. ful fraternity hops of Republican misrule which would be will add another Republican member We are glad that we edit a weekly instituted if they ever assume entire Academy. d season. Tho excellent to the United States Senate. CORRESPONDENCE. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oldham, of floor of the old ball room was in instead of a daily paper. While the control of the reins of the government. Forty-thre- e acres of land, 12 acrenof The National Lead Trust is formu- monetary coneution was in session at Hanna's Angelic band of political Mt. Sterling, were the guests several prime condition and when Owen which is river bottom land, SIZ VER CHEEK. lating a bill to be introduced into Indianapolis last week we read their saints are trying to cast an eclipse rflays last week of Mr. and Mrs. W. "Walker's Orchestra was in full blast with good dwelling house and stable Dr. M. E. Jones spent a few days last thrown in. One quarter mile from Congress which w ill provide that no proceedings and became enraged. We over freedom in this country, and bit D. Oldham. gallant beaux with dreams ol fair Shearer's water tank, on Otter Creek. person shall paint his house any color read McKinley's Belshazzar speech and ter regret will follow when the mornMiss Jeannette Powell, of Nicholas-viil- women gave themselves to the festive week in Miss Bessie Ballaid is attendingschool For further particulars call on or addtess i thought the banking we grew desperate. but white. It We grabbed our ing light of another object lesson spent Saturday and Suuday dance while the usually slow moviug at Madison Female Institute. J. B. GRIMES. septl5-3minterests will oppose the bill oa the pen and wrote. We said mean things dawns on the American people. Ford, Ky. with Miss Lelia Harris, Richmond. and tranquil hours of night sped W. B. Jones 6oId to Jake Herndon, ground that the color is too near that about the gold bugs and the President. I Under the shadow of then all too quickly for them. Those of Kingston, a nice pair of mules. the Egyptian Nicholasville Democrat. of silver. Meade Co. Messenger. Had we been publishing daily paper pyramid Napoleon Bonaparte in order In honor of her guest, Miss present were : Chaperones M e s -- Mr. John Powers and James Adams "Bold their tobacco to J. P. Simmons. The Teller Resolution Mas killed by long ere this our utterances would have to inspire his soldiers with patriotic May Taylor, of Lexington, Miss Viola dames R. C. Stockton, Vestal and KenMrs. George Samuels has been very been before the public and it would courage, shouted. "Soldiers, the his- Million delightfully entertained a nedy. Misses Amy and Katie Smith, anos.-0sa- ns. 2, the Republicans in the House, have been discussing our bitter denun- tory of four thousand years is looking number of her friends Wednesday Mary Little, Dovie Letcher, Ruth sick for the past two weeks, but is some and it affords the world the best better. Pepper, Mayrae Hart, Madge Hart, of that party's position on the ciation, but before we handed it to the down upon you." Democrats and night. Mr. Green Turley, of Richmond, financial question. Talk as it may, compositor the United States Senate friends of honest government, the apElder and Mrs. C. P. Williamson, Margaretta Smith, Belle McDowell, spent Monday night with J. C. Adams took a vote on the monej' question; that peal is here made that history of Dewhen it comes to acting the Republican was the remark of a French of Atlanta, Ga., are visiting friends Olivia Baldwin, Laura Lynn, Annie and family. Mr. Hugh M. Samuels and family left party is unalterably for the sinule gold vote made us happy and serene. There mocracy is looking down upon us and in Lexington. They have been in Bennett, Bettie Taylor, Berdie Zaring. Philosopher that standard, and people might as well put is no immediate danger of the recogni- urging us to preserve its past honors Richmond several weeks. Lexington Messrs. Berry, Hampton, Roberts, Wednesday for their home at Murfrees-borTenn. tion of the gold standard. We, there- by fighting the battle for the masses. Gazette II. B. Fleece, John N. Tnrner, Thos. it in their pipes and smoke it. Mr. W. F. Powers and family, of "THE BEST THINGS fore, withdrew the declaration of war to Let us fight the battle on the ground Tadlock, P. N. McElroy, Richmond, have moved to Mr. Ed. Wilson, genearal gauger, Fisher, E. V. Mrs. llattie IN THE WORLD ARE was a mistake which the Louis- death, and will continue to plead for the that the principles of Democracy must John Dunn, Lee Bissett, J. V. Nor- Campbell's farm, near here. with headquarters at Richmond; spent ville Post made when it said our Rep- right with our fellow citizens. be saved, or all is lost to its only foe Mr. Tom Powers hail sold hib fine NEVER SAID." Sunday and Monday with his family man, R. G. Gordon, Lacy Motfett, resentative Mr. Combs, had introduced Harry Moflett, Hite Huffaker, Thos. saddle hon-e- , Captain, to W. H. DougWe nave never told all Senator Lindsay Thursday told Republicanism. Let us cheerish and at this place. Lancaster Record. a bill to allow convicts to ote. The the best things about ( Jones, Allen, Merriw ether Smitli, lass, of Richmond. the Senate why he would vote for the Ialor for the cause which Democracy our Messrs. Joo Watts, liaden Douglas, Keats Speed, V. Witherspoon, Hood Mr. Joe Maupin, of Kingston, who is facts are, Mr. Comb- introduced a bill represents, not only because its prinprepared by Judge J. M Benton, of Teller resolution. He declared that ciples are great and good, but because Hite Hullakor, John Turley, James Little, Cy Adams, Jos. G. Venable, traveling for Surlea & Cc, of Richmond, Ogans.. a few das in this community "Winchester, to allow convicts to testify the adoption of the resolution at that they are antagonistic to principles Crutcher and J. J. Greenleaf attended Thos. Pickels, S. M. Sanders, R. X. spent time placed no new law upon the the hop given by the Lancaster Hop Krieger, Alex Denny, Jesse Maratta, last week. in civil suits, they already having the Dr. Poyntz, ot Richmond, was here statute book and imposed no new pol- which our government is based. Re- Club Wednesday night. I am agent for the W. W. Kimball Cc , of right to testify in criminal cases. Wednesday to 6ee Mrs. Rehecca publican encroachments on the liberG. W. Hunter. icy upon the executive; that the reswho is confined to her bed, caused Chicago, and am selling the best Organs and Mrs. William R. Lloyd, of Richfinest Pianos ever offered to the public for the The House committee on banking olution being similar to the Matthews ties of the people must and can be off- mond, is visiting Mrs. Snedeger fiom a fall about a week ago, money. Easy terms to right parties. Call and and currency, which has been holding resolution its adoption would be an set by Democracy which has for its Miss Lila Chenault, of Richmoud, is see me. I can save you money. WACO. sessions for the purpose of hearing indorsement of the executive con- object the welfare of the people of visiting Mrs. Preston Eastin, on East whatever race, creed or color, and to Kixdrkd Mrs. Serena Kindred Miss Sophronia Lear, of Nicholasville, arguments in favor of more fiimly struction that had been put upon the High Argonaut. died yesterday at Athens, aged 73 is visiting Mrs. Jesse Cobb. establishing the gold standard in this Matthews resolution for twenty years, uphold these great principles, there Mr. Robert E. Little, of Richmond, years and will be buried in the Jerry Miss Addie Maupin, of Richmond, is country, refused by a strict p.irty vote under which the demand obligation of must be unity and action within decl5-t- f Old P.O. Building, Irvine bt. . Democratic ranks. is in the city, the guest of V. "W. Todd burying ground Thursday at 1 p. visiting Miss Kitue Rice, at 9 not to hear President Warner of the the Government had been steadily The contradictory policies of the Re- Bush, Jr Mrs. John E. Garner has m. Services at Viney Fork church, Bimetallic Union, and Chairman paid in gold. As for the redemption Prof. Jesse Cobb opened school here To wue of the silver Republican na- of bonds, he said that as long as we publican party is fast digging that returned from a visit to relatives in by Rev. Owens. Deceased's first bus the 24th with 13 pupils, but the number band was Nineveh Todd, who lived is steadily increasing. tional committee, in opposition to the redeem the greenbacks and Sherman party a grave with its inconsistencies. Richmond. Winchester Democrat. "The tariff will make better times Misses Lena Stivers and Lizzie East Mrs. Margaret Walker Boiling near Crooksville, and leaves several measure. notes in gold and keep our four hun and higher prices for labor, goods and was tho charming hostess at a children: Isaac, Nick, AVillie Todd; visited friends and relatives in Union dred and odd millions of silver dollars City last Saturday and Sunday. The immediate etrect of the adop- at par with gold.it is immaterial what products" says one Republican, em- pleasant .luncheon given in compli- Mrs. Powell, Mrs. Cochran. James Wilcox, of Paris, is visiting his tion of the Teller resolution is to give currency or coinage we may use in the phasizing his remarks with its good ment to Mrs. Richard W. Miller, on The Lee Celebralion. little daughter, Sudie T f at the home of the silver men heart. The Senators payment of our bonds." He thought Republican doctrine. of Richmond, Ky. Huutsville (Ala.) her grandmother, Mrs. Sallie Maupin. . LOUISVILLE, KY. A very extraordinary occasion was can now go home and say they voted the entire debate inopportune and a Anther Republican says "That dol- Democrat. Master Joe Griggs, son ot our well ! to have the bonds of the country paid waste of time, aud his vote upon it lar is the best dollar which buys the r" Mrs. John Greenleaf, of Richmond, that which marked the celebration of known Elliston miller, is sitting up, and in silver. That will make them solid would represent simply his option most." And that too is good Republi the 91st birthday of General R. E. Lee, with careful attention will soon be out is the guest of her mother, Mrs. can doctrine. Then comes the third in which were mingled song and senti- again. with their constituent. The thing is upon a naked legal proposition. Greenleaf Mr. and Mrs. Pat-to- n American Elder J. W. Harding delivered a very Republican exhorter who preaches now before th country, whereas ev ment, and two charming children, of from a laughter and tears, and eloquence interesting discourse to a large and aperything was going along all right fount perennial. A Republican view of the charac- reconcilation between these contradic- Madison, have been guests' at preciative audieuce at J?lat Woods Sua the Lanand there were really no need ter of the present Legislature of Ken- tions until the voter sees that it is The old court room was bright with day morning. caster Hotel. Lancaster Record. the flaps of the Nation and of the Lost it Bhould have been brought to an is- tucky may be gained from the sketch perfectly logical that his party can Mrs. Mary Baumstark is at home Misses Lucy and Monie Prather, of Cause; and youth and beauty, middle-age- d acain after a pleasant vint to her daughsue at this t'nie. of Walter Forrester, Gov. Bradlev's drive two horses one going in the The Ladies' Restaurant is the The above paragraph is the exact direction of high prices urged on by Vailey View, who have been visiting and the ancient of days were gath- ters, Mrs. Charles Oldham, of Mt, Sterlauguage of Senator Frye, the great Assistant Adjutant General: ling, aud Mrs. H. Singletou, of Lancasfinest in the city. relatives and friends in Estill county, ered to pay homage to the deathless ter. "The free silver Democracy is the tariff whip, the other going in Maine Republican. running this Legislature in a manner direction toward low prices stopped off in Richmond several days memory of the Christian soldier and Every convenience for ladies Last Saturday, in honor of his fifty- to challenge universal admiration. spurred on by the gold standard. The on their return home. While here peerless gentleman. nintn uirtnuay, air. Wni. ttenton enter spending" the day, in the Of course it is too early to form an esThe musical program was as follows: tained at dinner, Mrs. ISancy Benton, timate of what is going to be done, Republican party claims to drive them they were the guests of Miss Nancy city. Piano duett, Mrs. W. G. White and Misses Margaret aud Bessie Lackey, but so far the session Mas been dis- together at the ewie time in opposite Hall. Messrs. Dillard Fielder, W. D. Rucker, tinguished by conservatism, gentle- ways in the same directions. Mr. T. A. Rice, late of the New Or- Miss Frazee; Piano, Dixie, Mrs. J. T. John Baumstark, T. K. Hamilton and Gentlemen's Cafe on ! manly conduct, and a degree of digniJay Ei,l Es. leans dipatcher's office, has been Akers; 'Furi that Banner, read by the R. O. Lackey. Office floor. fied courtosv to the Republican chief made joint agent of the L. & N. and talented elocutionist, Mrs. Lewis; Vocal As the old teachers fall from the MUSIC: Tuesday, Thursexecutive that marks this body as a Main and Broadway. broader and more day and Sunday Southern railroads at Cumberland Quarlette, Miss Pattie, Mrs. Pickels, ranks, young and able ones are springthan the last. evening. Gafrand will move with his wife to and Messrs. Mitchell and Arnold, which ing up to fill thejr places. Mr. G. W. Stockton, who has been confined to the "The trouble about Louisville is that that point in a few days Stanford was loudly encored. Rev. Jasper K. house for the past six or eiht weeks THOS. A. HULLIGAN, Mr. James Stone was up from Franksome of her best people have been Smith read "The Sword of Lee" in a will not attempt to teach tnis spring, decl-l- y Journal. thinking and saying that these silver fort Sunday. MANAGER. but his daughter, Miss Dorsey, will enDemocrats are all anarchists and the Mrs. Raymond Shearer and daugh- pleasing manner. The chief event, deavor to Mr. Thomas Moberly was in Lexingteach the 'young idea" in the outset of this brief arlike. That is is wrong. These silver-ite- s ter, of Madison county, visited rela hintedatin the Ifeadaehe PILLS. "One cent Hisle district. May her first effort be a MILES' PAIN and Neuralgia cared by Dr. as we all know now are a lot of ton Saturday. tives here last week Nat Thomp- ticle, was the splendid speech of Rev. glowing success. Keutuck-ian- s S. Minier is out after a ten Prof. F. son, Sr., has returned home from Dr. Geo. W. Young. We have heard who declare openly that they are days' illness. KIBKSVILLE. all last week in our Carpet De- lor free silver while Hunter and Deboe Richmond, where he has been under from the same platform such orators as Business is dull. Society is quiet. Watterson on "Money and Morals," Miss Mav Ballard visited in Lexing. medical treatment at the Pattie A, were partment Hundreds of pieces and a lot of lesser secretly pledging themselves to do the ton last week:. and John R. Winter has set in. Clay Infirmary. His condition is Win. J.Stone on of carpet and hale upon bale of same thing. Mr. James Shearer, and old and highly Hon. Keg Mason, of Garrard, was in still very serious. Bloomingdale cor. Fellows on "Gold," but Dr. Young with respected citizen of this locality, is quite Rugs arrived and now make vA "Even the McKinley admistration the theme, "Lee As a Man," ,a&-- v ill at home. Winchester Sun. their first bow to the public is uniting away from the "single gold town this week. them all.! He spoke from the heart, as Mr. Thos. Walker and family, late of Reports of this great gathering standard." And I make bold to predict Judge Chas. Armstrong, of Boyle, is Miss Mary Spencer Smith left this that heart's blood had flowed at the Lancaster, are now sealed on" the old that the people of Kentucky will vote here on business. have already been circulated, week to visit her sister, Mrs. J. M. the free great commander's behest, and as he Walker place, three miles from here. Democratic ticket in but here are a few pointers as preferencesilver a Republican ticket Dr. George Reid, of Lexington, vis Benton, at Winchester. Miss Mary floshed from peak to peak of eloquence to Rev. Dr. Young, of Richmond, was to price and quality. is one of the most popular and be- his that repudiates all the past profes- ited Miss Mary Campbell last week. hearers were thrilled as few expected to preach at the Methodist sions of the party. Kentuckians preRUGS. Dave Stevenson left yesterday fof loved persons in our community. The of them were ever affected before. church last Suuday morning, bnt did fer public servants who are outspoken not come. best wishes and a follow From opening sentence to Punta Gordo, Florida. the last The Hon.'Wm. Tevis and family are An incomparable array in the in their declarations." her. She will always be warmly tremulous word lost a in Jim Samuels, of Whites home, near choicest and latest colorings, The following editorial appeared gone to Tennessee to live. Station has welcomed to her old home by her applause the speaker whirlwind of domiciled in their countryplace, which the held t h e Kirksville,greatlyChrisman many friends. in the Chicago Dispatch of January AT S3.00. improved. audience in magic spell. And has been Miss Susan McRoberts, of Danville, 20, under heading, "Sorry for the Bud Dunn, of 'Richmond, was in for days the speech was the; subject of A full size Smyrna Hearth Rug, is the guest of Miss Julia Higgins. PAXOLA. poor workingmen." town Sunday .....Elbert Harris, of 20 designs, Squire Benton, of Waco, visited Pa Chancellor L. H. Blanton was in Madison county, was in town the first universal admiration. Those who atAttorney General Griggs is to bo tended congratulated themselves upon nola last week. AT $1.48. welcomed into the Republican official Lexington last week on business. of the week R. W. Colyer returned their rare good fortune, while all reBorn, to the wife Hon. Chas. H. Rodes. of Danville, to Corbin Wednesday of last week solved never to miss another celebration few days ago, a boy. of Dudley Cox, a A jute Rug, 3 by 5, with Orien- fold with the true Republican simplicity. was here last week on legal business. from an extended visit to relatives in of the birthday of tal colors and figures, Miss Nannie Evans is not expected to Gen. Robert E. Lee. Vice President Hobart is getting up Mr. and Mrs. R E. L. Biggerstaff Madison county. He also reports havDr. Young was a stripling of barely recover from a long illntss. AT S4.00. The god of love can auord to he a banquet in honor of Griggs. It will are visiting in Mt. Sterling this week. ing sold plenty of stoves while on the 15 years Uncle Davy Tucker, Uged 97, is rap- when he left his home in Fay often where other serious pecple be given at the Waldorf-Astorin An Imperial Smyrna, 3 by 6 Mrs. John Graham, of Midway, is trip combining business witn pleas- ette county, Va., and joined the Border laiyiaiiing, tnougu ne sutlers no pam. caunot. lteraember if the llttln mAnf New York, and will cost $3,000. The tie inspector for the C. H. fe D. love levafo ?,, ,.m, l.nT feet, every shade, .,.!.? .u um wurizuii. vnn ' nn Riflemen visiting Mrs W. R. Lloyd on Fifth ure. Corbin Enterprise. under Albert G. Jenkin., Hobart is head of the coal trust. street, Miss Theodocia Valandingham upon whose death in '62, the company commenced to load tien last week, but afford to win his good graces -bv a generAT 52.75. left to take up some in danger of high ous gift, "We have the stock- for vnH fr. Griggs voted against a measure to Leavel, lately of this city, and Mr. : Mr. S. Neville Moberley in Matt Curry Mayes, of Springfield, was attached to the Stonewall Brigade water at New Albany, Ind., returning select from. Laige variety of white, gray or compel mill owners to jut lire escapes with which he remained until the close. Wednesday. Cincinnati from Thursday until Sat- were black Fur Rugs. on factories more that tbre3 stories in Woman's Opportunity. The jewelry united in marriage last Thurs- He was with General Lee on Sewell Deafness Cannot lie Cared we are having on display is the best' as height. By all means Griggs has urday day at the home of the bride's uncle, Mountain and in the closing CARPETS. campaign. by local applications its they to variety, beauty and price we Hive Miss Bessye Lee Baughmau visite'd in Garrard. The bride is a most exearned a $3,000 banquet to be given cannot ever He had abundant handled. In the face of an advance of by the trusts. friends and relatives in Lancaster last cellent young lady,' who has many reach the diseased portion of the ear. patrons should Xone of our woilfeu resist an onoorfnniHtf to lemi the character of tho Great from 10 to 20 per cent at the Republican are to pre- week. friends in Richmond. The groom is a Commander and he spoke as one in- There is only one way t3 cure deafness, this kind, Gratify your desire now.to factory we have put the follow sent Griggs with a silver service cost and that is by constitutional remedies. ouy uiai pel irniKet. Attorney J. T. Shelby was over leading citizen of Washington county. spiredso vivid and everlasting were Deafness is caused by an inflamed conJ! ing grades for the spring's stock ing $2,000. What service is the attor from Lexington several days last May their patlfthrough life be a happy his impressions of the exalted great-, iumu is unowinc it at these remarkably low prices: ney general expected to give in re- week. dition of the mucous lifting of the Eus- impulse for a woman to and prosperous one. desire to tachian Tube When this tube is inturn? and to provide means to Rev. Wm. Crow, Jr., of Frankfort, AT 60c Handsomely engraved invitations flamed you have a xuinSling sound or her. Cupid is a knowing little ecabp, Awarded Another joyful testimonial! tho visited his parents during the past are out to the marriage of one of the the best line of Tapestry Brus- fact and Highest Honors World's Fair, imperfect hearing and it is entire- somewhen he whispers into the earflof that Mark Hanna reigns and the week. yonngp ladies of Madison, loveliest theadvira to con.i sels ever shown. ly closed, Deafness is jthe result, and a rf"Ffond friendjewelry, Republican party still lives is to be Miss Mayrae Hume, of Irvine, vis Miss Florence Heath, and Albert H. of he unless the inflammatioh can be taken ..v jU;,. u.uiiBm luwg.ano knows Ife'a given. Griggs is to receive a loving ited her aunt, Mrs. Claude Sinith, last Severance, tho ceromony to take AT 90c out and this tube restored to its normal you to go toD. p. AHMERS'Smeanstfor cup worth $2,500. The man who dash- week. place in the First PresLytcrian church and e 8 patterns best quality Body condition, hearing will b& destroyed for- - the desired article. Try Hand tor vill ed the cup of hope from the lips of Miss Laura Spurr, of Lexington, on Wednesday, February 9th, at 12:30 Brussellb. Usual pricoSl 25. come out winner. ... . -- ! M New Jersey woikingmen by voting was tho jjuest last week of Mrs. Ku--p- p. in. What could we add to whatiias uvci, lijnu tuca uui ui itu mi; cnuseu iuy AT S1.00 catarrh.. .which is nothirir bnt infl:imp.l against any and all measures propo&ed already betm said in praise of this Hood. v. WANTED AGENTS. condition oi tho mucous' surfaces. universally beloved Miss Bessie UcGinn, of Versailles, L 4 patterns Axiniustcr, usual for their relief is to receive this J "Ik CMmte 54&r is tie Gril ffir- mmw We will giveOno ,Hundred Dollars magnificent testimonial cup from Re is visiting her brother, John R. Pates, girl, whose! bright mind and sunny price $1.25. W for any case ot Derf ness fijaused by catarpublican admirers. dispositionnave linked for life to 4her and family. ...-- to. illOKrcHPaB( Ia IM, Special Curtain Sale this , week. See rh) that" cannot' bo cured by Hall's War Book ever miblifiliM an.i w As attorney general, Griggs will be Mr. J.W. Bartindale, of Brooklyn, a circle ofHfriends coextensive with ' Windows. Catarrh,Cure. Send "Tori circulars; free. one that, does instw-- tr fiw.fo-r- .j called upon to look into the matter of, New York, was the guest lasf week of .her acquaintanceship. Of Mr. SevF. J. Cheney &Gk,ToIed6.0.---Sol-d soldier rb1 jne caoee iie'-W-hr trusts. WilLnot his visipn be clarified B. W. Turner. erance too?,we know only this. 3ie is Q , rSrrT by Druggis&ISc. ; and his judgment made more, strict-- ! Miss May Taylor, of Lexington, is a worthy son okjihoet excellent par tow- au WW? pfon.mi Jfcsesefc ,f"f - 'i Ctbetatdy and ftentienuHi Mem. ly. impartial by a draught from this; the guest of flss Viola ,MIIlRm-- n ents, poseed oLflne bBSinoee traits,. WANTFTJ TOSCE-- B right "" ., splendid loving cup? industrkw8VHhoiiorai j "Korth street. to andwpular." "Cotton spisners whovoted for ,Mc-- '; MrT. N." Edwards was,m Rich This uBkKtjkeinevee froHVrRiehnatfnd wnnWM-UHWrnfiand ofchere interested are wiw MU .MOST, PfcFECT-MAf Keklev will reloioe'at Grimes' Droeoer- - mond a ImeiaoeG jlaet Thursday,. and toenM." a-- w wwbqiw DtMutibil m ;HhjeTaB:,ieiBBbw f- ft Adcfrea wiptM circular (fre) ity.Tbey have Bothtog to eat and ia Anderuefl dvm; IwnAinmoma, Afcmsrinyotiiaadulteit, s LExrwGTox.'iKY, . JWM8. Add ww ( Bt i work by which to earn aiaowwtoffood. 1 Mi ,bW of a t w&mmb tf cfreto miti h s 5- .- Xu-.r'V, MBMonAk-- 1 40 YEAH tOOKMBk WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 2, - "I was under tho care of a physician for two years and ho was treating me for stomach and liver troubles and femalo difficulties, but I only grew worse under his treatment. I was so weak I could do hardly any work. I was at last induced to try Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood's Fills and these medicines have done me so much good that I now weigh 112 pounds and am able to do all my housework. I firmly believe I should have been in my grave today it it had not been for My littlo girl wan Hood's Sarsaparilla. afflicted with phthisic. I gave her Hood's Sarsaparilla and it has relieved her." Mrs. R. S. Habpeb, 701 University Avenue, Knoxville, Tennessee. TURNEH'S hIiI ill n 'Bill i II II 1W jllll I 1 I I Im r gJ H PI II I TO-DA- Y II II m ln ' I . u m I wj 1 m PUBLIC SALE! As agent for Win. Baxter, I will on m s:wwwwwwwwwwww- 00eaas SeNs's! 1 0 - tt4""V Everybody Knovs FHmSi 3&v (LJL'--i v2 ..0 "e X m Saturday, Feb. 12, AND COMMENCING CONTINUES TWO WEEKS Dry Goods, 3&9&3&V&&&&'? Cut Glass, and China. Sell to the highest bidder, his farmof Fifty (53) Acresv lying one mile south of Kirksville . This farm is good rich fertile land, and in a hi:h state or cultivation, with but little waste land, in a good neighborhood, close to four churches, good schools, and in two miles of Silver Creole and Paint Liclc Depots, and is well watered liy pond and springs, with very good tenant boo e, of 4 rooni3 and some fruit. This farm is rcn&M for the year 1898," and possession cannot e given until January 1, 1803. TEHMS Will sell in one, two. three, foiir, five or six payments, one thousand dollars to be paid January I, 1899, when full possession will be given, and the remainder divided in five equal payments with six per cent, interest from January 1, 1899, until paid, interest n the deferred payments, to be paid annua! y, the purchaser to give notes with good surety and a lien retained, this gives the purchaser a chance to make the money on the farm it he has $1,000 to pay in advance. Jan5-6w v4ijSit' Tl! fa !fr-" lDi-Vi ' 8 Ml kcS IvOfA. zri LL 3C5' L- -s ii 2s Pea viS' V 2 WILL BEGIN THE INAUGURATION OF OUR GREAT 1 F- - if-h- Hood's Sarsa- parilla BricaBrac I 4.00 5.60 8.00 10.80 4.80 6.00 g, eye-open- er Rarest opportunity to get finest goods at your own prices. Sale begins daily at 10 a. ra. This sale is not for the purpose of unloading "Old Stock," but will sell any article in the store that may be called for. Fotice to Creditors. 'EVERYTHING GOES AT STRAYED 0 Per Cent Off I From Th Regular Price. 99 B.W.TURN ER hard-woo- to-da- y. PorRent. w Suits that sold for $5.00 Suits that sold at $7.00 Suits that sold at $10.00 Suits that sold at $13.50 "0 V S ., 7!-- .".'. , -- For Sale first-class ! e, o Pi 182-15- eu-den- It o, It ' Overcoats sold at $6.00 , Overcoats sold at $7.50 ' Overcoats sold at $9.00 O vercoats sold at $10. 00 .;.,. Shoes that sold at $1.50 ..& Shoes that sold at $2.00 . Shoes that sold at $2.50 Shoes that sold at $3.00 Shoes that sold at $4.00 Our $5.00 Emerson Shoes in Tan and Patent Enamel Hats that sold for $1.00 .. Hats that sold for $1.25 Hats that sold for $1.50 Hats that sold for $2.00. . . Hats that sold for $2.50 " k l " c !.... 720 8.00 - e 1 :2() 'l sf " cc 1.60 2.00 2.40 I 3.20 " " 4.00 H " :' .- 80c. 1.00 1.20 1 1.60 I 2 00 - J ..Pianos and This is an opportunity that does not occur often. Take akvantage of it and supply yourself. Mo-ra- n, DEATHS. H. may5 ly ramJInnrzLllEZi-TiJlcnr-itx p-i- street.-Lexingt- on W. P. Surles, STRENG The Clothier, The Furnisher, The Shoer, The Hatter. I Meadow-Brook- LOUISVILLE TEL mr-iJ Imr- -. mr II rJ ra ramJ fiiuj rciaa J futa rl rUJE2 rtH3ftlit?rtl Gi'rt. riU' SfSPMISMISiM. MMftHJSfrHJa MMMMMirll.lMNfmr-,- ll, I ',-,-,-.: sa - pHJS After-Thoug- hts gJEJ PLOWS. The Oliver Chilled Plows, Made. Lu-cin- da be-foi- e, if ii mm iSB Iwm Iks, il 7HJJ3 m The Best e WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF CiF.Brower&Co m ng PERSONAL. is ?ifj I Plow Gear in the Market fe DOLLARS, There Was a Busy Hum Si open-hearte- out-spok- en pie-hunte- rs over-toppe- d CAtf AFFOED IT Big pa iyrT. Ml EACKBANDS, Tracechains, Hames Single &- Double-trees. Sd m pB sjg Ijtfl 11 the; God-spee- d Richmond, Ky. srasjp ajparaJJaraJJa RaMfrHJ mmmmmrftMf3Mf&if$ pBJrH Successors to Shackelford & Gentry, MM I k P-- l sa r IpiiiPirPifgtu zu rru fn r rnieairgifSi rfi MMljlSi Southern Mutual Investment Co,, OF LEXINGTON, KY. en-ero- us ia M-- OUR PLAN, w,? nnOn?KneVP?1Ica,i0f w 1 an oId Principle and opportunity office-holde- rs WE offer tLe INVESTMENT fMw : t .vr... TUCV JTH E Y pay when you.DrE. ni piuicvk iu uuu uj U.EiA.lli. -- INSURANCE Twi'nt-tracti- ve IS A LAW AVERAGE. W figure MUhHhSlicr00 companies of America. onsomanypoli.Tl w'-ae- er bride-to-beth- is mm CREAM DR I.x naea sad paid tor years by the leadin? life insuraa Tf-ii- L 1 - , LtfiSli0. .--, a 'q:?rre BAKING D fa popster f wmrHf FT . eMS5S?Kt'en,1y etaal reaStta? T SBdbuJi..' ";of - "'?kla?t"W W, -- " tn rfSwtui &ZZZ?Z32 "eamrBM SMMt - fjiu-TwaB J" oZ2?2 go. . ... . GrWx. See literitnre Xa rtateaent made that i iLi c ' SMkAK t $- v mplam taXS. &. a tayTiinfl. every Tocalion I. , " J:de if n& mt28odi&blleeiaimbviIl 'fere t "Vi K tm jutvsr mx.jt Mil. T. MJtt A S.- i-- A vlrm jE&j. ar?' . ff.t l MHmJCKT. " V;v ''"' k "Vr;! DAYS! -- " '" ' 'eVr V ihjuum irC?u -'-- " V. vyt. f 15- - CLEARANCE SALE ior Dotn 44 mouuiuiiu i mm -- ? t Reported every Tmsiflay at noon by E. Deatherago & Co,, Staple arid Pancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. EGGS 12Jc cash. BUTTER-Cho- ice er i 15 FOR THE NEXT FIFTEEN DAYS Preparatory for our SPBING GOODS, We will sell at great reduction all HEAVY goods in GENTS', FURNISHINGS, ALL HEAVY GOODS in i $ J BEESWAX 2025c. DRIED FRUIT Apples bright, 4c. WOOL Clear grease wool, 1820c; burry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c CHEESE-Count- ry,. 10c TIMOTHY SEED-$1.50l- .Go. 8ERD-$2.7o$- 3.50. in trade. country, 1215c. ifr (ir IT'S ALL - OVER - NOW! The fall trade and the holiday trade have come to a close, and having had the largest and most successful season during its business career, the " CLOVER BLUE GRASS SEED-Strlp40 50c; extra clean, G075c; fancy clean, ped, pure seed, $1$1.33. Letcher Properly Sold. uuuio, ojeljlo, uuiu xjuujlo men duu li. -- Jl 117 n umen ) OVERSHOES t RUBBERS ? HATS, CAPS -- And Low Prices and Bargains will be our Sales-mii. Don't miss this opportunity for BARGAINS n. t WORK I GLOVES sa AT $ 7VIMIN Considerable interest for these poor times was taken in the sale of the Letcher property, Rosedale, last Saturday. About foty persons, ladies and gentlemen, attended. The property consists sixty-fiacres and ono of the finest residences-iCentral Kentucky, all within the :ity limits. It was put up in parcels then as a whole In lots the place brought about $10,000, but when offered as a whole it was knocked off to MrsW. R. Letcher at $15,200. Ten years ago $40,000 was offered for the place. vj 4 Busy Bee Cash Stores -- Has decided to commence the greatest- - If CLOSING OUT AND CLEARANCE EVER HELD IN THE CITY.' Not a Single Item in this Great Store SALE sharp knife. has escapeed the keen edge of our Bcrea College Lecture Course. DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO., 207 WEST STREET. Richmond Climax. to-da- y. ' Vice-Preside- nt Whatever may be said of Berea College it is certain her students are afforded the finest course of lectures and entertainment possible. A circular just received gives a superb list of actors and speakers, among them being Bryan W. King, President Collece of Oratory, Pittsburg, Col. II. W. J. Ham, Col. L. n F. Copeland, Prof. J. A. Leonard, lecture on the Wonders of the great West, and Prof. Ralph Bingham, the "Boy Orator of America." The latter will he the attraction on February 17. Admission 25 cents. Five lectures, $1 in advance. stere-optica- 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 zoods in many departments entirely lost sight of, our object being to close out the entire line. Our Overcoats and Cloaks have been slaughtered They all go out at less than the former price, and many of them almost given away to clean them up. Many of "the very best things are still to be had in this line and those who have waited until now to buy will reap a If you haven't bought your winter dress goods, dres3 trimmings or silks, come and get them. Don't think you haven't got the money, for just a little money goes a long way in this department. You can buy a boots for what a few pair formerley cost you. We are sell- grain sack Tull of shoes and rich harvest. Turner's Auction begins The Result of Tight Shoes. -- Prof. A. E. Todd, James Warren, of Mt. Sterling, had of Bcrea College, died at Berea on Sunday his leg amputated at Lexington The tariff on woolen goods does not effect the prices in this sale, as we have applied our Wednesday. While wearing a pair of keen-edge- d -- DAY FEBRUARY 2, - 1S9P. of consumption. knife to the carpet stock and if possible cut deeper than any other department. tight shoes he began to suirer from a and coughs and all lung troubles If j'ou need any carpets for your houses this spring buy them during this sale and save 25 James AV. Hngueley qualified Frismall abrasion on the foot. Later Water & Light Co. Sued. day as administrator of his brother, the uUOytOGCGOGGOQGOwu; per cent. vw gangrene devolped, making amputaThe Franklin County Grand Jury re 3 lite Jacob Hnguelev. . rtisenients will be received C tion necessary. The limb was taken 3 turned Saturday indictments ajpiinsta 3 IK CLIMAX with the guar- Our correspondents should get their off between the ankle and knee. 3 We will offer durinjr this sale one lot of about 400 pair Nice bleached table damask. 23c per yard; good red talarge number of corporations, some of 3 tlat its circulation exceeds g manuscript to this office not later than ladies' oxfords at 69c per pair. There is not a slipper in ble cloth, full width, fast colors, 17c per yard; good outing 3 them failing to report to the Auditor Increasing. e f any other paper published c Monday noon to insure insertion in black cotthis lot that is not worth from $1.25 up to $2 50, but sizes cloth will be sold at 4c per yard; full 3 the date upon which to fix a are all broken and the lot is composed of several different Postmaster Willis makes the pleaston, clear of dressing, only 4c per yam; Green Ticket l.moiul. q Wedeesdav's issue. 3 e Sea Island cotkinds. Tan, black, white and all colors and shapes. Look Lonsdale, only Go per yard; nice c ing statement that there has been a is the standard remedy. It is now franchise tax, and others for failing to 3 through this lot while-ithe house, we want to close them ton, 4c per yard. Take advantage of this big sale and buy furnish the Secretary of State the names The sale of blooded horses of the decided increase of business at the put up in half-siz- e bottlesr out. your calicos for comforts at our cut prices. of their agent in this State on whom late Henry C. Stasmer, was another Richmond HALF SIZE HALF PRICE. since locating in process may be served. Among the a 1. H. AV. Turner's auction. McKinley trost. 24 head sold at an the government building. The canMen's suits and parts of suits will he sold in this sale average of $28 per head. number was the Richmond. Water A What we have left in underwear will be sold at the Confederate cellation shows that Richmond promMules. White & Gibson's ad. on 4th at ridiculously low prices. Children's knee suits and following prices: Children's 10c vests at 5c; loc vests at 10c; Chief brought onlv $12o. Light Company. The penalty under ises soon to bo entitled to a rating of youths and boys' long-pasuits have also felt the effect of The Woodford Sun says: The mule 25c vests at 15c; ladies' 25c vests at 15c; 40c vests at 24c; 50c our cold steel. $1,900. This is a good indication that market here is dull, and no sales were the indictment in each case is a fine of 35c ribbed vests at 23c; men's 50c ribbed - vests at 29c; men's T. A. Chenault, having decided to 'toufler for underwear. $1,000 and $50 a day since the delinvests at 39c; men's 75c and $1 vests will be closed at one move to Xashville, will, sell, at public our city is not on the decline but on reported Monday. The offering for quency began, though only nominal price, 49c; drawers to match all vests, same price as vests. Even before going to print people are staring in amazebig sugar mules is $S0 to SIOO. sale all of his household and kitchen an upward tendency. penalties are usually imposed. t ment at the low prices we are naming on goods and as this forget Gnfton's date 7 to 10 furniture. At same time he will rent More mules are now boing sold in The Kentucky Club. sale will be thoroughly advertised, our house will be jam:arv. at White & Gibson's. In this sale you can get good men's hats at 39c; real fur To Visit Richmond. Orleans publicly his residence on 2d Street. lower med with eager purchasers. So get in line and follow the . The following notice was taken New in years. and at Henry prices hats for men, nobby and stylish, at C9c. You can save Hon. crowd. Get your plate of the peaches and cream we are L. MarMr. Theodore Hamilton who has is theoldest clothier, fnrnish-Hatte- r from $1 to $4 on a trunk by taking advantage of this cut from "College Topics," a weekly paper than Mr. R. P. Fox, Sr., will ship to giving away before it is all gone. tin writes from New Orleans that he for many years been acknowledged in the city. price sale. Lexington Thursday several good published in connection with the Virrecently bought 400 head of mules in as one of the leading actors of this Samuels, of Calcast, is youngsters, which will be put in the ginia law school: tJfo. Tennessee cheaper than he ever country, has never appeared in a part "The Kentucky Club has organized iuly ill with pneumonia and Woodard & Shauklin Combination which has gained him so much fame Sale, beginning on February 7th. with a membership of thirty and the bought mules before. Ninety head of mules were shipped and favor as that of "Puddin' head, "Jumbo" Hcrris. of White Station following ollicers: C. W. Miller presi- to New Orleans from Midway last in the dramatization of Mark Twain's can find nice shoulder meat at dent, Irvine, Ky. D. Lindsey Thursday that Mr. Martin purchased great story of the south "Puddin' .iilierage & Co , at 6 cents per has accepted apposition as traveling G. Haynes, secretary and salesman for the White Station Holler from Mr. Thos. M. Parrish, at $57 head Willson". The play is booked tf r, B. J. Clay C. per head. Mills and Kentucky, Cob Pipe Fac- treasurer, for an early appearance in this city, .iihl" Dunn, of White Station tory, and is now out shoving his pen- M. Owslev historian." and a strong supporting cast is prom Futurity Belle to be Sold. mountains this week buying cil taking orders. Rev. Preston Blake Called to Lexington The Lexington Stock-farsays: Mr. ised. Mr. Hamilton is probably as well Rev. Preston Blake, of Dayton, Ky., B. H. 2eal, of Richmond. Ky.. has civil service exThe !.. and caps latest styles and low-- .the beloved pastor some years ago of consigned to the February sale of known in the south as any prominent amination will be held in Kentucky sent 29-- m at stou tier's. the Baptist church of Richmond, has Woodard & Shanklin the bay filly Fu- actor of the present uav. His early on the following dates: Louisville been chosen pastor of the First Bap- turity Belle. She will bo one year old triumps in the histronic art were - April 20th and ... - a- McElwaine shipped Satur21st; Winchester, April horses to Hudson Bros., at 22. The examinations are for nearly tist Chuich here, succeeding Dr. in May. She was sired by Electric achieved in Washington, where he Felix, recently resigned. Mrs. Blake Belle, dam by Red Wilkes, and this was born. He was the boyhood friend all places in the public service. will be remembered as the beautiful mare has a record of 2:22, trial 2:18. of Edwin Booth, John Sleeper Clarke, t liny a suit or hat for your boy It used to be a knotty question to Miss Campbell, niece of Elder C. P. Futurity Belle is a pretty bay, and Maggie Mitchell and John E. Owene. fin";; Stoullers. decide the best of coal in Richmond. Williamson, who tells us that she has could show eighths just before Christ- During the late war Mr. Hamilton ltoy C. White has been con-id- s Experience has taught the majority lost nothing of her charm since her mas in 19 seconds, and that was soon served throughout the entire strugglo bod for the past week that pine knot coal excells all others. marriage. Lexington Gazette. after she was weaned. When she is as a confederate soldier. In later umonia. For sale by Coleman Neff , 11 cents led into the sale ring all will admit years he has nppoaredwith the leadis a poison which makes A Numerous Family. A Grand Two Weeks Auction ' that this statement Is true. She is ing celebraties of tho stage. His you sick. It comes from the stomach e. so low at per bushel. It. N. I. fc B. depot, tele.inj; at prices never Mr. B. W. Turner, the merchant, will Jesse Adams, who lives on the hill Macbeth to Charlotte Cushman's Lady sept phone 90. be;in y at 10 o'clock to auction his well entered, being eligible to the Macbeth is ono of the historic por- this side of Torrent, is the head of one The stomache makes it out of undigest Stock Farm Purse and the Kentucky of the most remarkably healthy fami- ed food. .:ie is anticipating a boom in Fire broke out Friday morning in stock of dry goods, fine china, trayals of the role. The blood gets it and tints the whole THE GREAT REFORM MAGAZINE 9 lies we have ever heard of. He and etc, and it will be a rare oppor- Futurity. when work is resumed on the store room of H. Klein & Son, at nig bodv with it. That's the way of it The Dying Wile's Strange Request. his wife were warned 38 or 40 years X. I.& B. Somerset damaging their stock of tunity for bargains. CapL Forsythe, Keep a Lookout For This Rank Impostor A FRANK, FEARLESS The way to be rid of it is to look after The Lexington Gazette tells the fol- ago, and their union has been blessed Here. goods to the amount of $2,500. which the witty auctioneer from Harrodsburg, vv stock of buggies, etc. at FORCEFUL your digestion. was fully insured. Klein & Son were will be on hand. The large store has A slick stranger who claims to be a lowing on a well known methodist with 12 children, all of whom are livnelson's. If your food is all properly digested, UNCOMPROMISING in the dry goods business in Richmond been especially arraaged loaccommodate newspaper man delegated to write minister Bro. Dink Redd astonished ing. Some of the latter are married, there will be none left in the stomache Thomas Troop has- opened a OPPONENT OF in 189G. and were visited with a fire the crowds. The goods will be astonish- biographical sketches of leading citi- his audience on last Sunday night by nnd tiieir progeny numbers 20, all of to make tijiAjL jaMtv. jgajr jF-- y out of. at College Hill with a while hore, hut were insured. using the following illustration: whom are also living. Thus we have ingly low for the great values offered zens is swindling merchants and proPLUTOCRACY ..; tendance. If jour stomache is to weak to see to "Brethren. There are too many a total of 32 children and grandchil8 This is a great opportunity for first class fessional men in the cities of Central Mr. Harry S. Morgan, of White bargains. See ad. editors B. 0. Tlower John T. LisleS in the church wTio dren, and a grand total of 34 living this properly by itself, help it along with ifler sells clothing cheaper than Kentucky. In Paris he claimed to a few doses of Shakers Digestive CorStation, had the roof blown off of his . ireaertcK upturn jj&3i$ represent the Cynthiana Democrat, wish to take only the sunny side of souls, including the parental progeni- dial. From Far Oft Panama. ceo big tobacco barn by the storm last religion rather than by taking up the tors, and not a single death has ever money for extra papers (). C. Graves, of "Woodford Monthly. loo larj-- e pages, That's the cure of it. The Climax's thanks are due to Mr. and collected sketch which he pro- cross and following Christ absolutely. marred the family record. Is there Friday week, which was insured in illustrated. not a dull fine in containing the y. was here Saturday on the It is fighting your fight; it deserves vour support. the Hurst Home Insurance Co. of Harry B. Hanger for copies of the Star posed to write. In Winchester he When Dr. James Bush told Mrs. Lisle in Kentucky another family that can Shakers Digestive Cordial is a delicir thoroughbreds it Millersburg, and as soon as Mr. Mor- and Herald from Panama, in the Re- claimed to be an agent of The Bour- that she could only live a few hours, equal it for healthfulness. Hazel ous, healthinl, tonic cordial, mwle of One dollar a vear. 10 cents NiezuTime:"Lel tw take those loadsfromyour backs" a copy, sample number mailed pure medicine plants, herbs and wine. death-be- d ufler sells clothing cheaper thau gan notified their agent, of the dam- public of Coolmhia. Mr. Hanger is her two Green Herald. for six cents. bon News, but had his game blocked there sat by her sept2y-Cn- i n It positively cures indigestion and made satisfac- with a party of engineers and contract- by two prominent citizens who queried couisins, Mat tie and Marie. The latages, he came down and Ave., CHICAGO X NEW The Mystic Midgets Are Comimg. poison. prevents the formation of sick to inspect .I.Livitt, of Ford has been tory arrangement with Mr. Morgan ors from America, invited Canal, and The iSews by telephone about the ter was just blooming into womanAt druggist. Trial bottles 10 cents. One of the most novel and charming hood and was fair to behold, and dollars per to newly replace the roof without one the route of the Nicarajjuan stranger. At 31 1. Sterling the man la pension of six "Subscriptions to The New Time will be received and forwarded by the Climax. We offer a It entertainments ever given in this city to bid on its construction. The memyear's subscription for The New Time and the Climax IotS1.60." cent of cost or trouble to him and. an i back pay. used the name of the Winchester Marie was as old and ugly as Leah. Harry is now tickeled to death on bers of the party are the guests of easMrs. Lisle said, '"John, my dear hus- by home talent may be seen at court The battle ship Maine has reached Mouller and save money on account of having his property insure-e- d tern capitalists with whom they will Democrat to further his scheme. He band, Out of Order. I want you to marry Marie house March 11." Midget's Liliputiau Havana is a rank impostor. .z. over coats and underwear. The Mystic ' probably unite to construct this great (Leah) to raise up my children." with the above Company. tept 'My blood was out of order sores waterway across the isthmus, and thus Keeley Patients Gave The Lawyer The Rattles. John T. blubbered out, "My dear wife, Carnival of Nations,.and the German The Modern Way y Ground broke out all over me and I suffered :. week from duty to speak give to Central America another Suez to most Commends itselt to the It is the editor's The Paris Kentuckian tells how At- won't mattie do?" Mrs. Lisle flew into Gnomes are vry well known After taking a with sick headaches. . Day. The little animal is the of his own as the loveliest town be- Canal. torney John S. Smith, of that city, had a passion and said abruptly, "No," of us already and now to 6ee our own to do pleasantly and effectually what few bottles of Hood,s Sarsaparilla my weather profit. neath heaven's lilue canopy. Speak Once in Richmond, Always For Richmond. quite a laughable experience when he and it had such an effect upon her young people impersonate these differ- was formerly done in the crudest manParrish, I will offer As assignee lace became smooth and the sores dis- for rent on the of John W.known as the old Gulf premises, -of the deceased citizen as a fallen oak e Stoufler for cheap overcoats. went over to Dwight, III., the other that when Dr. Bush returned he found ent characters in real life and blood ner and disagreeably as well. To cltanse appeared. Mr. George D. Wealherford, of I am also relieved of head- Peyton place, about five (5) miles from Richm Call a and adventures the system and break up coldj, head- aches and consider myself well." Mrs. mond, on the Hagan pike, at 11 o'clock, on when he dies of the Hustonville, Ky., is one Of that vast day. to take depositions in a will ca?e her sitting up in bed eating crackers. with the many scheme young imps portrayed is aches, and fevers without unpleasant Mary Duncan, Hickory Valley, Tennand influential citi- army N.in should by all means reai man a prominent who, having once resided in Mad- which is to be tried here. When he She lived long enough to bury all her that those Thursday, February 10, 1898, worthy of the hearty laugh by all alter effects, use the dehghful liquid essee. zen when he knows he is the best ison, never forget nor cease to love her entered the Keeley Cure grounds the five children after that.'' Climax. His tisad in wonderful success laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs. Made of the ISO acres of land, about 140 acres to be cultivawho see them. Tho poker player in town. Speak es correspond with the times. people. And Mr. Weatherford, too, patients began saulting him with ted in corn, 10 acres in tobacco, with two good dirtv-face- d this cantata has had already by Calilornia Fig Syrup Co. iob2-lstreet arab as a bright- - has a host of triends here who remem- "Hello, old jag, how long have you that riood' Pills are the best family cathar- barns to house same. 25 acres in clover, and 5 StoufTer's at ready eyed urchin on the road to fame. A acres in blue gTass. There is a Rood dwelling vuits to"rderat throughout iho United States and This among the fairest, squarest and been off." and other like expressions. A manufacturing plant at Chattanooga tic and liver medicine. Gentle, reliable, and two tenant houses upon said land.whole, e prices. engagements in mar- ber him .newly land will be rented in parcels and as Absolom Tudor Canada with many sure It and will be rented to the highest and a bidcleverest fellows in the world In Smith was considerably guyed, but best Loss, 5,000. was destroyed by iue. -- The storm on hist Friday night ried old jnaid as the beautiful and ac- order to keep up with the doings of old tried to explain his mission, and said, and Miss Lucy Bogie, of the Poosey our large cities runuing a week, stands der. The renter will bo required to give note with good security, payable on January 1. 1899. A national conference of Prohibitionas sure proof that the efforts of the complished young bride. Call a man Madison George sends his check for a "I'm here on business. "One fellow locality, were married Tuesday last. . d oil the roof of Harry Morgan's At same time and place wiU sell about SO barhas been held that consumption is It rels of corn in shock for cash. ,CH who has a few rusty bolts of calico 1, we're." After Pakkbk-Thoji- as Dr. W.O. Parker Local Parties and manager have not hereditary, and the fact that one person ists is being held at Cincinnati. . tobacco barn at White Station. year's subscription to the Climax; and answered, saying. and a pair of overalls an experienced we shall be surprised if he does not find going through a severe test of guy- and Miss Marcia Belle Thomas, of been in vain. At the presentation in of a family had died with consumption D. M. Chenault, of Cascarets, the Just try a 10c. box D I havn't what you want give me dry goods merchant- - Call a lawyer a every week news of his friends in this ing from the patients Mr. Smith took Versailes, were married in the New Vork and Memphis, Tenn., stand was considered a sure sign that ethers finest liver and bowel regulator ever ASSIGXEK. jr order subject to approval. mayl ly ing room was at a premium before the of the family could not escape it. This made. leading light of whom the profession large spot in his mental geography. the depositions, but says he will never Phamix hotel, Lexington, WednesJohn Doxelsox. ought to be proud, when he knows curtain rose. Tho Cantata abounds is partly true and partly untrue. A man go there again ou business or for any day. A German and a French warship has A Sensational Find. with many pretty choruses, solos, with weak lungs is likely to transmit clara Schumann's Lady Orches-- 1 him to be a pettifoger. Oh, it's nice other cause. A HEALTHY WIFE reached Havana. marches, etc. The Hpectacular effect that weakness to his children. But On Sunday last Mr. John Million j delighted an appreciative audience to be an editor. Midway Clipper. Birthday Parly ; that they are able to rendor by home there is no reason in the world, why the PIilMfdlCNUB,AN TEA cures discovered a dead horse on the farm opera house Wednesday night. the Taeal-- , Arrested on Serious Charge. houses adMiss Etta B. Cotton, who resides Writes of Dr. Hartsman's Free Home I have W 8ia, Constipation and Indi- vertised rented for 1S38 the severalbut have now talent would do justice to those of an weakness should be allowed to develop. of Mr. U. B. Million, at a point about mcr.l by me last December, Roberts House first class board The Jessamine Journal says that 400 yards from Tates Creek pike. In- in the neighborhood of Cottonburg, older growth and far ahead of many Keep the lungs full of rich, red, whole gestion. Kegulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. four or five other nice cottages, weU located a- - J lodging reduced to $3.50 per week Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at City Marshal Traylor and Detective vestigation disclosed the fact that a this county, entertained a number of Mrs. F. M. Badgett, 819 New street, of our professional productions my office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, some blood and the weakness will dis G. White. 1 able jan!2 best in town. Sunday a white vehicle had been hitched on the pike her young friends from C to 12 o'clock Knoxville, Tenn., writes a letter for The now and unique costomes desigu- with Stephen D. Parrish, Jordan Peel arrested which she desires all lier cd bv their special stumer in New appear. Decayiug tissues will be thrown FLORIDA H. PARRISH. John Sammons, an aged Lawrence The signal service predicts a cold boy named Sidney Brent, wanted in near by, and judging by the tracks still on Thursday last with a birthday publication, off, and new material will be added Attorney and Agent. sisters to read. She writes: Vork. is also verv effective. Jan26-t- f The county farmer, was killed by a donkey. ave. Get your coal from Coleman Madison county for grand larcny and visible the buggy or wagon had been party, which was elaborate in every suffering lungs are well and perfectly eu there turned around toward town. Footprints detail. At 8 o'clock a delicious re- "When I was 16 years old, I suffered march of the Amazon Cadets with uhtill the X if, R. N. I. & B. depot telephone When searcl strong again. This is the thing! that Doa't Tobacco Spit and Smofco Your Life Away. IvoRyan.a Daviess county politician, of the worat were found upon his person two dirk supposed to bo those of a woman were past was spread that lasted about with female weakness their shinintr armor, the tambourine Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery If yoa waut to quit tobacco usinp easily is mysteriously missing from his home. kind and spent and Archer drills with songs and hal usual and forever, be made well, stronr, magnetic, knives, razor and a deck of cards. discovered, and a pool of blood near by. three hours, after which the nl I had trying does. This is what makes it cure 18 per tull of new life aud vigor, take Double rooms in third story over Brent is the same party wl o wa J arrest- The horse had been skinned head, ears tete-- a tete. was freely carried on into gut cured I lad is a new departure and w i t h cent, of all cases of consumption tfbere the "What Everybody Knows, tnat makes weak men Hagan's drug store for rent-- Suit-- a tea days. tried several of Calcium Light effect forms a very ed on a similar charge ere two year and all, so carefully as to conceal the termingled with joyons laughter and directions. It strong. Many gala ten pounds in according to '.o Or oupht to know, is that health and for Lodge or Bed Rooms. ago for which he served a term in the Over 40O,0UO cured. Buy hostess who is a the. best physi charming feature. The Cantata is it is taken guarantee to' cure, 60c or color of the animal. All these circum- well wishes for the iaii5-Icians, but they designed for the old as well as the searches out diseased germs wherever drureist underand sample mailed free. Ad. even life itself depends npon the condiamong those who $1.00. penitentiary and had recently been stances aroused suspicion of foul play general favorite they may be in the body and Isrces SterlingBooklet Co., Chicago or New York. tion of the blood. Feeding, as it does, all failed to cure itcmedy which was evidenced by -- Police male ten arrests, represent- dismissed from the ''pen." me. I gave up young. All those who do not see the them out of the system. Itsupliestho of somekind, but so far nothing has de- know hor, costly and beautiful Burglars made a good haul at Prince- all the organs of the body, it must bo viola- all hope of re- Midgets on their flying trip will have blood with rich, K about twenty five cases, for properties, veloped to substantiate the alarming the numerous rich and pure in order to give proper Young Blood at the Helm. recipient Finally much to regret after' they take their coveryton. presents she was made the jn of the local option law in Winches--' apprehension. It makes the appetite good, digtetion nourishment. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes Dr. Hartmau's of. The occasion will long be rememWhen thoughtful men predict the r county court day. Popular prices prevail. CscAnET8Stimulateliver, kidneys and the blood pure, rich and nourishing, Send 21 cents in perfect. A Popular Couple lo Wed treatment was departure. weaken or gripe. bered by all present with their wishei future of this town, as we hear them recoai mended stamps to World's Dispensary Medical bowels. Never sicken, -- See W. J. Shearer for best meat and in this way strengthens the nerves, mavl-lMr. T J. Smith. Jr., and Miss Elise that it may bring to her many happy 10c do, they almost invariably associate Association, Buffalo, N. Y., and reiseive fouls, butter and tome ly my teacher, who also lent me to creates an appetite, tones the stomach a :d sausage, dressed A tramp married a wealthy woman at its mercantile success with the names Chenault Bennett will be married of dreams in the future years to come. Dr. Piesce's 1008 page "Common tfense the money to get the medicine which Dr. and builds up the health. Hood's Sarggs. AVill also buy eggs and poultry residence of a young firm which lately entered morrow at 1:30 p. m., at the The "Pap" Rufl Memorial Fountain. Medical Adviser," profusely illustrited. Sionx City, Ia I took the treatIlartmon prescribed. saparilla wards off coULs, pneumonia at the highest cash price. jan!2-lparents, on Main street, this the arena and bid for public patron- the bride's It cures and fevers, which are prevalent at this ere,cted ment and it cured me. I am now a Stimulate the stomach, CUBAN OIL. pasThe Jnff memorialfountain Frank Gaftoa, the celebrated shirt age. Industry, frugality, honesty city. Rev. Dr. George W. Young, B weighing 101 pounds, rouse the liver, cure billots- ianl2-lCnL, Burns, Bruises, Eheu- - time. V & Gibson's and business sagacity, they each tor of the Methodist Episcopal church, in Louisville under the supervision healthy woman, persons were killed by a torm headache, dlzzineis, Several i.:aker, will be at White treat- nes, 111 matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. Owing to there-ce- of tho L. A. W., has been completed and I owe it all to Dr. Hartman's our ttomacb, coiuUpatlcp. and it will be a surprise if they South, will officiate. Collector C K Sapp says store, February 7 to 10, with a full cents. Sold by all ilrno!lt. in SL Louis. Sold by Perry & Thomas, inccessors to W. Pricft would not he living death of the bride's grandmother. and will! be dedicated in the early ment. I am sure I for his treatroeut. etc only I'M3 to take with iluod's Sarsaparilla. G. White. The Todd will likely run for Congress. Lne of samples. Call and leave your should fail of the high place which "A Howliag Sacee.;' ceremony spring. It was designed by Miss Enid now Hit had not been Owing to the bread riots in Italy, it fair judges confidently predict they Mre. Elizabeth Bennett, the immediate crdcr. Gov. Bradley has o tared rewards for Yandoll and is said to be a very fine I cannot help recommending it to all Wherever properly introduced-jj)r.has been decided to call out. one class aad Eczema.. occupy. Of course they have no will be very quiet, only the Tetter, will Its a hard matter to keep a stock 'monopoly of the superior qualities families being present, with the addi- piece of work. It cost the Kentucky sufferers, and will answer all inquiring the arrest and conrlctiou. of tollgate Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, as a caje'for of reserves. The iatease itching and smarting incirafders in 'Nelson couijty. of vehicles on hand all the time; but I A. W,?800, the lund bo- letters." constipation ..has inot, wkb phenoHjeaal dent to tfeese diseases is hssiaatly allayed - r.l elicit these remarks, but cer-- 1 tion of Miss Lila Chenault. and Mr. T. Division,iL. from the bequest of Mr. When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, Eye awi Any woman wishing to apply for Dr. cous- ing provided if you will leave your order with me ! sale. Many drnggfets eaBBetlsay candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10. 2c. by applying Made, a New Mao of Ilia. fortunate posaes-isor- u J. Mpberley respectively favorite tain it is they are the Sku OiHbeeat. Ufaay very bad cases you will get what you want. praise oi its merits, a vjll as the' bride and groom. Mr, and A. D. liuff , ivlip left $l,000rto tho Hartman's free, home treatment hasouly mayo lyr enoughin Therefore, when wo ins of Bryan, OhiL Jan. 13, 1897. have bees peraaaaestly cared by it. It Mr. Buff was a prominent to send age,, smptons, duration of Johx Doxelsox. nnint thereof. nonnlaritv. with the"eepir la fee itching piles and to the advertisement of Messrs. Mrs. Smith will leave at once for the Division.! Richmond, Four mea were drowned by the sink-la- g ia eqaalr remedy for Gentlemen: For irears I had been it rreat and at the time disease, when the doctor will prea-ribjeweler of a favorite safe nifffee; Han, DoUia. "Bright & Co, general snpe JSew uneans auaiui vw, poor 10c trial size and also .ia 50candL0Qt G. E. Black, of Wime of a barge off Baraegae t . ii treatment., The medicine suffering from indigestion. Uad a chapped, beads, chflMaH: frost Wtw . Jeb-';which they will Ieav,e lortue Uity oi of his death he was. the.pldest and the proper lK)ught about ten carloads of walnut i nierchanls and gents furnishers, coritd jiot eat anything "siaeafatB.UMiddleton's. and okrooic sore eyes. 2ffes. per box. KretYfeedy Sf So. can be.obtasned by each patient at the appetite :and wheelman iri'the State., logs for parties in his neighborhood at ieA nMeat our endorsement is safe,-- f Mexico? After an absence of six wefes best knon Cweareta CaMy Cathartic, tfec aaost Whenlbe began' to ridoj a bicyclei at. neareet drug store. Each woman, should containing grease aat had constantly a A'n editor at Winchester ooaaitfrtted r. Caen's CeadHIea ewOew. hhkHo- -1 d&oetery ef tfae ag, pla-feeling. Jifter njr three suicide by inhaling illanunatinggaa prices ranging from $20 to $30 per if eyeB a y.ttie extravagant. They al- - they will .be at home, about March;!; Ihe Rfejlof .58. years, liewaAja poor have a copy of DK Hartmaa'sjatestbookj wbru out; tmi rebeahtag to die teste, ect geaUy jost nfe a koxae needs wbea te tad eoHfldeuce of the pnb-- 4 at.the wwdence of Mr. and T. J.'Snith, i -- ii. .betth&"of Dr. Cdd WMr Syrup Pep-sf- e P thousand fr. t!e Took?, blood purifier b Mteeye, Hrer 4 howis, 'health ad' had bat little appetite! on the diseases peculiar to women, caiir 60c ? ad poeiUveJy entire srsim. itapel Tfeey are m c wm aythi8r.lJ ". The statemat .ot thow ;wli the L amiwia&tei tojfc venaKam.. TrheeLenab.lilm to :Hfe tripeoathe to MS HiiiiMwg,, par by Hood's MWBM ' pttte;crvBd MbM&itlMfi . raeee Ural i ClHclBBa. aay bf tobacco merchaat I?lvL-lfJi- tieMl pwtBWttf tbta aMdisiM. n:1lfc"'BowKiCc fhr J. OfotmhoBf s : bm eCCC rlS 00 Mwh towfag Company, aooai dfenew- last week itMtf. is WmMftihiBgifc' .iL5& ioi&im i1 L. MW4kjk c At amr, l3Mlum""n,7,ir hv T7 ti . IjN'fcti '" 1 hogsheads of his T c. . fcewpfe of the tailor's if, ing in this great cut price sale good heavy, winter shoes for ladies at 69c per pair. Good winter boots for men at $1.19 per pair. Children's shoes almost put in to fill up the sack. The I For Colds Ayer's iJierry Pectoral -- yard-wid- yard-wid- post-ofil- ce nt Sfe: sept-29-C- m :!T-- r sept-29-6- ui -- w 8jjp Thanking you before hand for your patronage of this sale vice-preside- nt, and for your liberal past favors, we are very respectfully, toast-maste- - semi-annu- al - W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. - 1 - . Bept-20-C- ui IPi Sick-poiso- n 29-G- to-da- . bric-a-bra- c, THE NEW TI MF1 t iW4fc7j&. i - sick-pois- . sopt-29-G- m . MBkS .' v I THE TIME, 56 Fifth ?4 -i- - 2U-G- to-da- Public Renting! sept-29-6- jim-jam- s. to-da- MARRIED. m sept-S9-6- ni big-foote- sore-heade- d, TuDon-BoGiE--- , DTspep-riMul- V Read This Attorney-at-La- to-da- y. m -- v house-breakin- g. wonder-worke- r, 1 m life-givi- on4-ce- m pd-ee- ss, nt Hood's ill iS y Planters or , Salt-Rheu- m Cka-tberl- -t-'s -- II -- W '" e - ... sekt ns' . & - worn-feri- al at w a4 v averaofJ8rJfcMl' 'I! to. gd rUsiimetxzydins.eoy .ygP","T.Sl.3EL ' fcelodi.kicli - tt rte two' . TflePe-ru-pi'tPra- R bcHrd iSspriUajre tBg g? :B-'i- ,eni w re--- M- Ji - co-cl- JM - 0 '" - i" -, .- Uv . i s$: SADDLERY.: : pcis WHO SHALL RULE KENTUCKY? lLouiat-ill- Dispatch ment's notice we can furnish elips of print covering the entire subject asked for by a subscriber. Besides' this, wo guarantee to sell to any and all subscribers any of the books contained in our big list of publications for. 33J per cent. less than they can be purchased from any retail or wholesale publishing s' house. A subscribtion to us costs five dollars, but, to allow you a trinl of its advantages and to get you on subour list, we will take a scription from you for only $1.67. Now is the time to subscribe." It is unnecessary to say that nearly all of the ministers did take from ono to. three j ears subscriptions; tho canvasser finished his work in each city in a very short time, aud was gone before the ministers began to write to their source of general information. They addressed their letters to "The Facts and Figures Company, 175 Dearbon street, Chicago." Their letters have begun to come back to those who have return cards on the corner of their envelopes. Stamped on tho latter are all sorts of marks, like "Fraudulent," "Declared Fraudulent D ; ' No such number as by Order P.-175 Dearbon," etc. The ministers have begun to meet ono another on the street aud smile and look knowing and then confess to one another that they each swallowed bait, hook and part of the line. three-yearono-year'n BUYING A HORSE. Points That hLH HjHfk Geo. White. very Sl For the benefit ot all aspirants and for the Rood of the State, we are constrained to announce that unless the Legislature takts steps to so amend our election laws as to guard the ballot box against the ignorant and corrupt netiro vote and to prevent the stealing of ballots and the falsification of returns, the strngRles of 1895 Should bo Carefully Noted in Making a Selection. I w a3g3lltJ3J3HMl r St. Louis Republic Planters -- The greatest strength of a horse is limited by his worst point, and It is wrong in principle to buy a horse because he possesses one or more desirable f3mlfX3 w ;. Regulator W For all diseases m h B T m L fi I- L- "m. Miffiir W W w m, try m r S THH Hi s I and 1890 will be re- Stable. At Waiter AznEixs Li harness, cheaper All kinds of hand-mad- e than can be bought any where in Richmond. Give ns a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction guaranted. feb24-t- f Tmscall &T1ERNS STYLISH ("THEFashionable. PATTERN." Original. PerfectFining. Prices lOaiiU 15 cents. None higher. None belief at any price. Some reliable merchant sells them In Asfc for T nearly every city or town. I them, cr they can be had by mall from J us la either New York or Chicago. Stamps taken. Latest Fashion Sheet i tent upoa receipt of one ceat to pay " postage. . iM CALL'S MAGAZIMEW Both tho metJhod and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures hahitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in Its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy knotrn. 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 FRAHCISC0. CAL HEW YORK, tt.X. Brightest ladles' magadae published. J Invaluable for the home. Fashions cf the day. Horn: Literature, Household " Hints, Fancy 'Work, Current Topics, in-Fiction, all fcr f eluding a free only 50 cents a year, I7 pattern, your own selec-stamps tion any time. Send two 1 for sample copy. Address - UWISV1UE. KT. an5-l- y j Who can think of some simple thins to Talent r they may bring you wealth. Write JOHN WEDDEKBDRN A CO Patent Attor. , Bej-lWashington. D. C, for their $1,SX prise offer and list of two hundred lnTentlons wanted. Wanted-- An Idea Z A J42-14- THE McCALL COMPANY, 6 1 I ' West J4th Street, J 89 New York. r"i t:E . Fifth Avenue, Chfccce. r Kh 0 'FARM SFORS -- Hill property against homes and SALE The nndersipned has a farm of 200 acres, as a whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at business Insure your Fire $ Tornado. spectfully ask for a share of S. F. ROCK, je2-l- y private sale; situated at WHITE'S county. - I represent four of the most reliable Insurance Companies in the United States and re STATION, your patronage. 25. on the waters of Silver CreeV. It is well watered. There is no better land in Madison Sec. Street, CTJp Stairs). fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc, within a half mile of White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. TERMS Sale will be made cash, balance to suit purchser. For particulars, address one-third It is a News and Opinions OF Geo. D. White, feb3-t- f White's Station. Ky. Protect "rour Idra. thrr mar CO Patent Attor Write JbllS Wi.DDERBbKS cert, Wublngton. 1) C for their sl.SU) prize, offer ami of tuo hundred luTcctlons wanted. Wanted-f- in Idea Who can think of some simple thing to patent? brine you wealth The H Sun AUOINE CONTAINS BOTH. Daily, bmy mail, - - - $Gayear Daily &Sun'y, by mail, $S ay ear National Importance EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS' 115B3S Anyone sending a sketch and dcMxlptinn may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention Is probably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest arency for seennn? patents. Patents taken throuch Wunn Co. receive rpteial tUee, without charge. In the The Sunday Sun is the greatest Sunday Price 5c. a copy. News- Trade Marks" Designs Copyrights &c paper in the world. By mail, $2 a year. Address THE SUN. New York. B& . XJXAcriEand Rheumatism relieved Lby Dr. Miles' Nerve Piasters. Scientific American. A handforoely Ulntntd weekly. Ijircext dr. culation of any raenuae loanu.1. Tenns, W a year: four months, L Sold by all newsdealers. THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. Long Troubles and Consumpion Cured. Can HUNW&Co."18"- -. Branch OSoe, CS F 28-2- br New York peated in 1S98 and idOO. Under her present election laws, Kentucky is a mark for corruption to shoot at. If these laws are not changed millions of the money stolen from the producers by trusts and monopolies will again be poured into tho State and newspapers v.ill again be bought, ballots will again be marketed and stolen, and returns will again bcfalsitfed to carry Kentucky for the plutocracy; and who will say that such a campaign, under existing conditions, will not make Kentucky a doubtful Slate? Every' Democrat in the State should urge upon his representative in the Legislature such amendments to the election laws as will effectually shut out tho traitors and discourage the boodlers. Every Democratic newspaper should urge the Legislature to take up this matter at once, fiamo a measure and press it through without delay. The Dispacth calls attention to this subject because there are already evidences at work on the legislature to induce it to surrender all that was substantial in the late victory. Newspapers that were bribed are counseling conservatism and policy. Politicians who a in politics are hovlive on the pick-up- s ering about Frankfort advising a policy and harping on constitutional difllculties and the danger of offending the people. Members of the Legislature are prone to be in artificial political atmosphere which plutocracy is careful to mnke for them in every capital w hero they meet, and some of them alwa8 yield to the hypnotic influence of the lobby. It is the duty of Democratic leaders and the Democratic newspapers to remind our legislators that the people who elected them, and to whom they must account for their actions, are not at tiie capital, and that they hae no outside agents there to represent them. They look to those who have been honored to represent by their confidence them according to the personal and party pledges on which they were elected. Kentucky is a Democratic State, and Kentucky will remain a Democratic State if this legislature dose its duty to those who elected it. The new members of the legislature must recognize the charactei of the foes the people have to fight, and learn from their enemies to use the power to protect themselves while they have it. We do not want to see the Demacratic party fight fraud with fraud,- - theft with theft and corruption with corruption, but we want to see the legislature place ignorance, fraud, theft and corruption beyond the pale of the ballot law so that corrup tion, theft and fraud can not steal the power to dominate this commonwealth. If the legislature will not do this it will utterly fail in its duty to the people, and no amount of good which it may do in other things will atone for tliat failure. There is no use mincing words about it; the Democrats must either take steps to protect the ballot box by law or loose the State to the Republicans through bribenycorruption and fraud, or steal it themselves. They can not meet bribery with becaute they will not have the money, and in a game of fraud they would be beaten by the superior power power. of money, to use the Public policv, public morals, common honesty, justice and right all demand action by the legislature to give us honest elections for the preservation of the honor, the integrity the good name and the general welfare of the State. bri-bei- i It Tones up the Nerves, Improves the Ap- - W A horse should be rejected for one U petite, Enriches the Blood, and fives Life. i w Health and Strength. bad fault, while, if an attractive horse is rejected on account of bad points and a HAXX3 TEE C0U7LEZI0R CLEAR. plain ono secured, there is tho satislac-tio- n vy "DEE! A bottle of 'Monthly" ReeulaUne of knowing that a horso with no V S" II C 1 1 Pills with each bottle. For sale by W bad qualities is at least a serviceable w all dealers or sent direct upon receipt of price by w k qualities. peculiar to women and girls. m fer n m mi vmb eh b w gk w 'at 1 IQUEEN0FT0NSC5I Nw Spencer Med. Co., Chattanooga. Tenn. I Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, aud X'Ositively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 ceuts per box. For sale by Perry & Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to AV. G. White. declo ly NEW YORK FASHIONS. Wide sashes, reaching to the hem of the dress, are worn. Buttons, buckles and clasps of all y law-maki- St, Washington, D. C. 7 MINISTERS OF THE GOSPEL BUNCOED. L. & IS'. JEL JEL K. C. DIVISION. Is Effect Nov. 7, 189G. lv. a. 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Recently Slocnm, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure fcr Consumption there called on nearly all the ministers (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, g inthroat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn of the above cities, a coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline dividual, of medium size, full black and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting awav, will send THREE FREE beard, long, black hair, and about BOTTLEs (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax thirty or thirty five years old. The writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cured thousands story he told each was something as smooth-talkin- An Eminent New YorL Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. it-- o at 1.13 'tanforri. 10:10 I low land, 7:30 Stanford. 7:05 particulars call on or address, For fn-lh- Lancaster and Telephone 78. KUPER HOOD, Agt. m Krl-,l- ul SOUTHERN' RAILWAY. IIS ! KK.MTUCKY I nRact I Ttrn. O. 1807. I F7vT.oiiNvllln .. Ar S'li'llivrill)' ri'TMi lis ... Ar Ar V rvjillr Ar tastiwii m li J . f.v Ar VriaillrN. Ar I rrnirJi' Ar Ar IxmUvilli- - esiiuiiimi .. No. 1. Ka 5. Sa 7 4.1am 4 CSSptn 7 45pm U Mam &.40pm 9 07pm KUKIamj &3ftpm B Jtfpra laSlam CASpmllOWpm iq.Vunl T&pm' 10.35pm No. 4. Ku.IV Na .Xiam 4.atpm 4.40am acxkun 4.4fipm K25ain Mllpm 5.21am 9 I6aui ftbUpin Cumm IQ.5Uunl ".30pm 7.27am 3. C Company, of 175 Dearbon street,' Chicago. Our business, which has grown and is growing to big proportions, is the ready and quick furnishing of information to professional men who want the same at once and without the expense of labor and time necessary to hunt out same. Should you want to tain death. preach a sermon upon missionaries, and Simplv write to T. A. Slocum, M. C, 93 Pine street. New York, giving postoffice and express embrace it in comprehensive statistirs address, and the free medicine will be promptthat you have not at hand, it could be ly sent. Sufferers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition. furnished you by return mail. See, Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer ly"-l- y in the Richmond Climax. here are samples of letters we daily get from the most eminent preachers of the S15a M9 age 'vho prepare several sermons a AM'iiU'et J week, and who have not the time to prve by research the statistical statements they wish to make therein. On yg aaxja HQB all such subjects our office is one vast encyclopedia, so divided iuto deThe Leading Specialists of America partments and systemized on a mo- 20 YEARS IN OHIO. permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for years, has produced results as benificial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius. His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," filed in his American and European laboratories in thousand i St)m those cared in all parts of the world. concede that bronchial, Medical exper chest and lung troioles lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer- follows: "I represent 'The Facts and Figures kinds, are most ornate. A modish Empire fan is of pink spangled with silver. The latest dressing jacket has a tucked yoke and accordion-plaiteback and front. An elegant evening cape bliown at Lord & Taylor's is of ermine, trimmed with rich lace and further smartened by touches of cerise veUet. Valenciennes and Duchesse lace are the favorite trimming for fine handkerchiefs. Fancy jabots of silk ribbon and fine lace or chiffon are very dainty. The most correct writing pappr is heavy parchment or a thick, smooth variety, in delicate cream tint. Front and side panels are being introduced into the new dress skirts. This gives scope for some delightful combination of material. Sapphire and primrose arc considered very fetching colors for combination. Embrodery will lose none of its pres tige during the coming season. Some of the new sleeves are tucked from shoulder to w rist. Gray is exquisitely combined vith white satin. A sw eet little frock shown by Best & Co. for a miss of six or upwards, is of fancy red and white novelty goods with dainty blouse waist cut in V back and front to display a pointed yoke covered with embroidery. Stylish sheeve puffs and shoulder eqaulettcs distinguish the gowns of mother, daughter and granddaughter, alike. Therrt is a perfect craze for elaborate sashes at present. They are frequently rufiled at the end. The pet lint of the season is castor or beaver. It is distinctly ladylike and refined, and very softening to the outlines aud the features. Very dainty, plaid frocks are show n by Best & Co., for school wear. The very newest ones are in bright, light colors much relieved with white and are suitable for late Spring wear. Thev have collar, yoke and cuffs of vel vet, and are trimmed round the skirt with many rows of narrow velvet rib- boa. A delightful opera cloak is of black crepe' do chine embroidered in Jacqueminot roses. It is finished with ruffles of pale bine chiffon down the front. A great many materials are shaded from light to dark noticeably, gauzes, chiffons, and even heavier fabrics to miroir velvet d all-ov- er all-wo- ol animat. a IHl MEN I in U o In selecting a horse always stand be- io LADIES' SPECIAL TREAl De nedical hind him as he walks away. This is W mrt r mdm 4rlja tv.l tssls timila Vr the surest way of ascertaining whether 5J Diseases, with testimonials, fre. 2 iOc. m his action is true and straight. DRUGGISTS. by For Sale end 50c In judging. of the height and size by sight be sure that the animal stands on Perrv & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. ooo-x-o oooo t am o wo m o r a level with yourself. Let him go away Q. White. septs-i- r m. .1 WtW"WMWf"'''l,B,M,1,gB'g1'MK'J"a"f1''' , mm,..mm,m.mmmmwwmmm.mmMMM"I. from 3ou, and as ho goes observe him closely from behind. Then as ho turns round let him come to you while 3 on watch his movements. Then stand on one side and observe him closely. From these observations you can draw A complete line of eveiytliing usually found in 11 first-clas- s your own conclusions, taking into conharness shop, and at prices never before equaled in sideration the following points: Whips, Lap big, Richmond. You do not want horso with a Harness, Saddles, course head, nor with a small, sunken Rugs, at all prices, just to suit the purchaser. eye, nor with a long, slack back or a We have employed Mr. Joe Batson, of Winchester, and exhollow back. Such an animal cannot pert saddler, who can make any kind of saddle needed, and Ke$4 S3 O V carry weight. A horse with flat sides we only ask your inspection to convince you. We bu- - for or with flat loins is usually a bad feeder. cash and sell for cash, not charging enormous prices to make Reject a horse with a short, thick in repairing. We also make a 7rf neck, as usually with a clumsy neck up for lost debts. RICHMOND HARNESS CO., Give us a call. the head is badly set on. M'g'r. T. M. 107 East Main St. Bejeet a horse with low withers or novl7-- l r is very short. that A horse with a narrow or shallow County Court Days. An elegant line of the Newchest has not sufilcent capacity for his -12- 6-ECONOMIST est and Latest Patterns m Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. lungs; neither has one whose fore legs W1 Richmond, Madison county, first Monstand close together. A horso whose fore legs are not HAMBURGS AND LACES, RANGES day. Lexington, Fayette county, second straight will lack endurance. Monday. A horse that is light immediately beStanford, Lincoln county, second Monlow the knee is weak. fch WTTTTT COODS in nl:iin :in,l . ....... ...... . HUJ.-1- JJ ' day. yjl GTJT.'nTAT. T.in Short pasterns make a horse unpleasGeorgetown, Scott county, third Monchecked Indian JLinens, Unecic Aansooks. ant to ride, while one with long pasterns day. Check and Striped Dimities, Percals, Gingmore subject to sprains. is Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. hams, etc. A horse who3e fetlocks turn in is apt Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third to cut or brush. Monday. A horse whose hind legs are too far Also an Elegant Line of Table Linens, Winchester, Clark countv, fourth behind will lack in propelling power, Mondayr ALL GRADES. g as will also one that shows much day-liVersailles, woodford county, fourth between his thighs. Mondaj'. Medium sized leet are best A horse with very small or very large leet should TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. be rejected. Tate Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. AH lleject a horse that is straight in the Drcggists refund the money if it fails to Cure. 25c. For sale by W. G. White, Druggist, Richshoulder and long lrom the point of the mond, Ky. shoulder to the upper part of the forearm. m FREG: 5:0.00 HI GOLD, Bejeet a horse that crosses his legs in Diinns-arr- x Y Ol t O Bicycle.CJcIda Watch, Diamond A 1 Scholarship in Km, or walking or trotting. He will be unsafe. Roofing, Guttering A good, sloping shoulder is an impor$ffiffi$ and General rc"S,r,$T, ,nn anv other renutablc business coltant item in a young horse. leg ; or literary school in the U. S. can be secured Freedom, power to moe along easily Youths work at Job Work. bydoingaliltleillustrated home for the journal. Advocate, an is quite an item in a young horse. AcIt Li elevating in character, moral in tone, and tion should always be light, easy, free interesting and profitable to young people, but read with interest and profit by peoand straight. ple of all aces. Stories and other interesting matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. Always reject a horse that does not Agents wanted. Aodress Youths' Advocate Pub. walk well. In nearly all cases a horse Mention this paper J Co.. Nashville, Tena. augl8-lthat walks well will trot well, but a horse may trot well and yet be a poor What stops Neuralgia? Ir. Miles Pain Pills. walker. ."'..,LA..::i."'"r:i,' A flecom.-nsnds- , CASSIDY CATHARTiC H7a. aC;'&'V SiSieSflBmms&& ALL g-- so j 3c. dec8-ly- mimmana, ooio Jsils" 3 . ioo LOOK, Etc., Etc., Bridles, special Wells, fe inecmisior This Week. ETCix-v-v- " 9 I 1 WHITE & oct6-6- m tl VUtt GIBSON, r 5s? Corner. )N1 - y esp-clal- ly CLiUiCO. ubscribeNow! n y GEf A kLONDIKE "1 M'KINLEY'S BIMETALLISM. (MOVE W BONDS PAYABLE IN SILVER. '?- 250,000 Cured. WECURESTR1CTURE Thousand! rf vomc r.cl mUJIo-accc- l men aro troubled Tfi.U this disease many uneocsciouf ly. ihey may bai o a rmart- mg scniaiion, Finail. twi'Sics Ftrcam. rharp cuttiug pains at tunc?, Might discharge diQculiy in comincncirg, weak organs, emission. i n nil tho jmtorna they haxo fcU'ltlC-"rniof nervous dcbilit Don't lctdoctOMcxpcrincnton yon, by e itting, ttrctching, cr tenth g you. Jhbwillrntcuroyou.asitvrillio tum. Our J.n JILT HOD tl'UUAT-MEX- T absorb the stricture tisrue; henco remove tho stricture permanent ly. 1 1 can lietcr return. 10 pain.no Fiiflcr-in- c. no detention lTJin Imfinc by onr method. 'Aosescalorganareftrenglh-enci- . Tho ncrvci r.rc miigoratcd. and tho blNs cf manhood returns. 1 iife ma-ma- mm Tllam sadder sight man mat ot me m By the decisive vote ol 41 An 25 the chants. Senate has decided to proceed at once to Ross Taylor, the consideration of the resolution intro49 Richmond, Ky. duced a few days ago by Mr. Teller, of Colorado, providing for the payment of bonds of the United States in silver at A METROPOLITAN MAIN AJAX TABLETS POSITTVELY CORE the option of the Government. The AjitnrviM Hleeplessoess,aulascaused orT,Iapoteacr. .vieia!resolution provides: 'That all bonds etc, ilea NEWSPAPER br Abuee or other Exceeeea snd Indiscretions, They quickly and turtlu of the United States issued or authorized restore Lost Vitality In old or toudr. and to be issued under the said acts of Conufcttmauiarsinaj, oasines or mamag. Thoroughly Equipped 5idCSI'reTnt Insanity and Conranption if gress hereinbefore recited are payable, orM tu Muio, Auoir uo Meows usmcaiAto lmDroTA. wuu.au. cuc.ta n jJir. vruero all ouier Zail genuine AJax every- facility to keep you jlrt ores harlcs thoand wtUcare Tablets Therprinciple and interest, at the option of nave cured thousands too. We clvo a positive trntton traarantoe to eSect a enre Sft fl"PC in the Government of the United States or refund tho moner. Price daily posted upon all the events each ctsa or six rkca (fail treataentl WU Uldi per packasj; containing 412J grains each of standard for $2X0. By mail. U plain wjprr. nron recei"t of prica. tlrcnlar silver; and that to restore to its coinage of the world. AJAX REMEDY CO., $?; such silver coins as a legal tender in For nale in Richmond, Ky., by Hagan & Diilj, Hpt Smdaj, 6 bos. 3; jtar $6, payment of said bonds, principle and inHerndon. I3b3-lImportent new strikes in the KlonDailj, xA Suadij, 6 mos. ; jrar $S terest, is not in iolation of the public dike gold fields are reported. Address THE DISPATCH, faith nor in derogation of the rights of LOUISVILLE. KY. the public creditor." Frukforl Ii Cincinnati There is no dec29-t- f Senator Wolcott thinks the President is a bimetallism and sometimes the President thinks so, too. But, evidently, both of the distinguished statesmen are mistaken. In appointing George E Koberts director of the mint to succeed K. E. Preston, JIcKinley proves that he is a gold monometallist of the most pronounced character. It was a difficult task to find a more bitter foe to silver than Preston, but Boberts, although hid away in the bucolic wilds of Fort Dodge, Iowa, was discovered, and he hates silver with a hatred which is as fire to water when compared to Preston's rancor. In giving the reasons why Roberts was appointed, a gold advocating editor says: ''His answer to coin and several of the smaller essays were called to the attention of the President, who read them with interest during the campaign. Recently when he decided to appoint a successor to Director Preston, he recalled the work done by Roberts ana had copies of the book furnished him anew." Boberts is "firmly committed to the says the authority gold standard," above quoted, "and his books and essays show hiin to be in thorough arcord with the President on this question." As the newly appointed director of the mint is a professional writer, the country may expect an enlarged literary output from the mint. Preston did very well as an assailant of public credit, and aided the gold clique in beating down the price of silver. Attacking fiercely the legal tender money of the nation, he won the esteem of the President, hut as he was a gold Democrat, of course, lie had to go. However, the credit of the nation will have a valiant opponent in Roberts, and the gold clique isquite satisfied with the change. Senator Wolcott ought to go into executive session and reconsider his testimonial ns to the bimetallism of the President. Chicago Dispatch. ... ON!. - ! .HE PATS THE THE. mil ... FREIGHT. YOU PAY FOR THE foMlte DRINKS. pMM) ssassssssssssss&sss Phone 3. A STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC It is now . . . time to discard that old pair of fl f.5 rx! ii M nn -- ' S hoddy SfaoeSoo j You are probably trying to makeup your mind u i 3 A NEWSPAPER. Second St. BICimOXJ), KT. Mrs. B. M. ROWAN, Milwaukee, mch3-l- y ij Endorsed by the last Convention as the Official Organ of Democracy. BED WETTING CURED Wis. OR HO PAY. K where to buy your next pair. SSTLet us help you in this by asking- you to call nn u and examine the most complete line of FALT. nn.i WINTER SHOES ever before shown in Richmond. u V V For the Chica Plntfqnn. For the Democratic Nominees. For the Interest of tho Masses. Fcr the Free Coinace of Silver. SUPPLY THE TRAD All tho Latest Telegraphic NVws Our factor' on Laurel Street in RichAll the Latest State News. mond is now running, anil we are All the Latest Market Reports. prepared to fill orders for twist of the Correct Court Report. Correct Market Report. Reliable News Reports. Honest Editorial Policy. Phone, Xo. 21. Freeman ONE V ros0? X' A E IS, IKST STREET. ii U "Pride of Richmond," ii II U, o! 0 " The Louisville T LI Dispatch and J 11 ONE YE ATI FOR SI. 65. I d 0 lh World IllJUKB 0 Encydopedla por 1S95 mil Answer Any Question You may Ebcyclopeoiu Read our advertisements. OF TWO WAYS. "Pair Juki" THE DAILY DISPATCH Brands, three grades. We can save vou money. Send us a trial order; you will Kspe-ciall- y be j'lad with our products. pleased to hear from country mer- The bladder was created for one r r pose, namely, a receptacle for the un and as such it is not liable to anv f r ot disease except by one or twowa- Tiie first way is from imperfect acticn the kidneys. Tiie second way is fr careless local treatment of other dtsea- - CEXSF CAT7S3. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy k neys is the chief cause of b!a!' troubles. So the womb, like the t j der, was created for one purpose, an not doctored too much is not Iial weakness or disease, except in rareras It is situated back of and very c.js the bladder, therefore any pain, distc-o- r inconvenience manifested in tl.e k neys, back, bladder or urinary pass-often, by mistake, attributed to fc weakness or womb trouble of boire v -The error is easily made and irnv I easily avoided. To find out cornset your uriue aside for twent t hours; a sediment or settling in:. kidney or bladder trouble. The t and the extraordinary effect of Dr K mer's Swamp-Koo- t, the trreat kidney at bladder remedy, is soon realized. If need a medicine you should have t best. Atdrugj-ist- s fifty cents andcr. dollar. You mav have a samnlp Iot5 and pamphlet, both sent freebynra Jiention the Climax and send your aJ dress to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. BinirLamt" N. Y. The proprietors of this the Renuineness of this offer v - - MADE ME A cy. with Xa- -- 1 Ash It y 1 1 orphan-chil- d bereft Train Nrw I. I'liaif Car. i and carry Pre Ohscrva-tim- i tt w it KASTIUiriMI. N'.l WESTBOPSD. of the loving care of a mother. If women would but importance of "ju.pm1 7 45aniI.v IxuUil Ar lahuam f.3()iuii lautam.Ar I.arnclrgAr 5.05pm aaam 7 2pin liiM.nn Ar UamdbgAr 4 lPpm 7.30am 74t)pnriiaiiniAr HurKin. l.v 4 08pm 7.30am WESTBOCNO. KAsriuitiMi N( 4 JijNn 7 STATIONS. XoTl2.No. 14. learn the vital iXo. lRitKafiy ia&0am 7.30pm 5.4ihmi '.I Nam,Ar ShelhTll Ar B.14am! hSSpra Vcrslles Ar .55pm 4.15pm G.Viin lariam Ar Midway Ar 7.35am 3.28pm 7 lajnn II 7 i 1 5pm Ar (jcorgtn Lv 7.05am! 3.00pm 11 i tNitfj 7 ffipi station's. Ixuisvil Ar i ?rF r..ntnir.v Vnl1c Al Jioiim 7JiiniArNichlvillAr H..J-p- m WESTBOUND. KAST1KHJ .'!. tNo. I 'Nil. 5.1 stations. )tXo. 6,'tXo. 2. 1 .ITitii mitifti'l.v T)ui;vil A1"! lO50om, 7J3pm 7.55am 4.40pm lilm , jTTArlHSt. Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Lv Ar Ar Ar KSlptn'ArKichmndt.v lAr Irvine uv 058am 0.05am 2.25pm 125pm ArLiini:ton Lv ljWlsii.lr. KM. Jarrfsonvlllc ICntTvlilr.... Ah)evii e Savannah . .. t hattanoosa Atlanta Ifa on ............ ...... ......... tliattuuooKa lti.Tnin.hain ............... Mx'i illicit ....... N Oricaiu Ifa I carries I'rcc Chair car Ixralsrllle to Uicro conncctlns with Solid Vestibule Train earryitiK l'ullman Sleeping Car to JacUM'iii ilki via Cuattauooga; also to New v Xo. 3 rjrrcsPul5sBan Sleeper Louisville to rhattannosi, also Lexington to Jacksonville via IlutSpnniss, Asbcvillc. and Fullman Unioa STcvprr Lexington to Kcw Orleans. - Dally except Sunday. S.T.Swirr, P.&T.A.. A. WJirnow,r.T.A Lexington, Ky. Louisville, Ky. W. 1UC keek. Gon. Supb, J. M. CcU.T. M Wasalncton, D. C Washington. D.C. WJL.TBKK.U.F.A.. VK.H.TATLOEVa.PA. , fv .., 7.45am 7.45pm 10.55am ,10.35pm 7.10pm 7.45am LXam 1.15pm 5.0Uam 9.10am 5opm b.00am la'Dptn 1.10pm 1.05am 8.45am aiopmi 8.15am 10.05pm 12Wpm 2.3 Jam 9.50pm 8.30am1 aaOam IKMI yurg an3 men are haviug their rcxrcl icnr and vitality continually rapped this disease They are frequently unconscious of tho cauo of these rymptoras. Ocneral Weakness. Unnitcral Dischargee, Failing Ianhood, Ncrvousncrs, l'oor llcra-orIrritabilityct time Smariing Sensation. Sunken Eyes, wish dark circles, Weak Hack. General Depression. Lack of Ambition. Varicocele. Mnmkcn Part", ttc. ULEirr ra I BTRICTUKK may be tho cacni. Dcn'tcmsult family doctors, as, they hive m experience in these rpecial discarcs dont allow Quacks to experiment on n. Consult Specialists, who liavo made a Ufa Fin !y of Discascsof ilenani Worarn. OnrHLW METHOD TllEArjIENT Ttill euro you. Ons thousand dollar for a case we accept r titalracnt end cannotcurc Terms moderate furn cure. mMdlo-ascy-- EC0RE GLEET ftThDasandsof y. pofi-tive- ly xfse. Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. itEjM wM AK ag T Wo treat and rnmr nJIIPSION-p- . VAUICOOELE. KYPHII.rS. IILKRT. STRICTURR impotkncjt. SFCRET DRAINS IINNATTUAr. DIFCIIARO- ES. KinNHY nml BLA lnni:Diwftfr. CONSUIiTATION FREE. ROOKS FREE If nnablo to call, write for QUESTION BLANK for HOME TREATMENT. CURES GUARANTEED 9fKiy aB aB i.r" 8. taking proper care of their health, and al ways look after the health and vigor pf the organs distinctly feminine, the pitiful Sabbath day procession of motherless children that goes to the cemetery to "put flowers on grave " would be materially reduced in numbers. Too many women bring a child into the world at the sacrifice of their own life. This sad tragedy may be avoided by any women who will resort to the right remedy. The usual dangers of maternity are banished by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It acts directly and only on the important and delicate organs that bear the burdens of motherhood. It makes them healthy and strong, vigorous and elastic It does away with the discomforts of the expectant period, insures the health of the newcomer, and makes its advent free from danger and almost $100.00 IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY. free from pain. Over 90,000 have testified to its virtues. Druggists who offer The Youth's Advocate, Xashvilie, substitutes ate untrustworthy; Tenn., a sixteen page illustrated journal Mrs. William Vincent, of Sidnatr, Houghton a paper that is read with interest and Co.. Mich., (care Birgland's Camp. Box B), writes: When I first began to taVe your Favorite Prescription,' four years ago, I was suffering with profit by people of all ages offers one local weakness and heart trouble. At times I hundred dollars in gold to the person tould hardly endure the pain in mv sides, quite low down, and had such a nain between my who will form the greatest number of shoulders I could not sleep at night. Was just as It tired in the morning as at night. At times there words from the name "DKAuanou." was a very sharp pain around my heart. When also offers free, a bicycle, gold watch, or stoop over there was a anil aching just under the heart. My head ached and was conBcholorehip in Draughon's Practical Bustinually sore to the touch. I took ten bottles of the Favorite Prescription and one bottle of the iness College, Nashville, Tenn. Galves'Golden Medical Discoverr.' I can most trulv say that as a result I never felt better in my life. ton or Texarkana, Texas, or in some I was more like a young rrirl than o mother of a other school. Every person who enters lamuy. Tne pain an teit inc. so l Knowthatyour the contest wilLcet a premium of some medicines will ds all that medicine can do." A headache is a. symptom of constipation. kind. Send at once for free sample cqpjr Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Peileta cure constipation, promptly and permanently. T&ey do of the paper which will expbini.aU.' clow April 0,1I; totfrifc SroffthM iwil ttm. cow-run 's The editor of an Indiana exchanged has discovered that there is a wide difference between the school books of the present and those of the long ago. He says that when he first went to school he read his lessons in the first reader something like this: "See the cow. Is not the cow nice? Can the cow run? Yes, the cow can run. Can the as fast as the horse? No, the cow cannot run as fast as the horse." But the latest, up-t- date style of reading it by the average kid is as follows: "Git onto de cow? Hain't she a beanl? Sure she's a corker. Can the cow get a move on herself? You bet she can get a move on herself. Can she hump it like do hosa? Nit, she ain't in it wid de boss!" As the Kentucky Legislature is wrestlingwith the school book problem, we hope they will give due consideration to the abov. These latter-dainnovations are apt to have a demoralizing tendency. Prowler in Winchester Democrat. o y word so full B of meaning and about which such tender and holy recollections cluster as that of " Mother " she who watched over our helpless infancy and guided our first tottering step. Yet the life of every Expectant Mother is beset with danger and all effort should be made to avoid it so assists nature in the change taking place that yfnmBT IVBU IIIE.il Mwij. EASIER THAN E VEE d, In Effect March 1, 18ST. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. Standard American Annual. PRICE GENTS -- Mother's a LPBAilfl I HIS El I the Expectant dread, suffering or gloomy bodings, to the hour when she experiences the joy of Motherhood. Its use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child, and she is found stronger afterthan before confinement in short it "makes Childbirth natural and easy," as so many have said. Don't be persuaded to use anything but IUI1U wardwitliout fore- bled to lookfor-- 1 Mother is ena-P- l The present schedule of Illinois Central Bail-roaEAST BOUND. in addition to shortening the time to f) a.m. p.m. Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier Lve Fiankfort g jo 3 00 Than Ei, er" to reach all points in Arkansas, Arr El thorn 6 45 33) Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California The . . . Svfitzer. . 6 51 332 splendid train service with which the Illinois Stimping Ground 702 3 48 Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled " Duvalls 7 eg 35S "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Georgetown ...7 20' 1 15 Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned Lve Gorgetown. . 1, g 00 4 30 territory. .. a 12 4 42 The Central is the only line which runs Free Arr Newtown. ' Centrcville.. . 8 2" 4 52 Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibniled trains Elizabeth . 3 2S 458 from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Cfi & & " Paris u5 s to 5 10 j8 jS Pullman Tout 1st Car for California, WEST- - BOUND. Louisville every Thursday 9 25pm Larger, a.m. p.m. Arr MemphisFriday -- 8 18am . 9 20 7 45pm Lve Paris Arr New Orleans Friday. 530 Arr Elizabeth Lve New Orleans Friday... 9 32 8 20pm 5 42 Ever. " Centreville . Arr Houston Saturday . 8 45am 933 5 48 9 48 Arr San Antonio Saturday -4 45pm 558 - Z 45pm " Newtown- GeonretoTT, Elpaso Sunday . 10 00 Arr 6 10 ntosl mbl? soM Amnul Refer-m- et . 10 40 Arr Los Angeles Monday . 9 aipm Lve Georgetown 630 Arr San Francisco Tuesday 10 53 .. 5 15pm Arr Duvalls. 6 41 Boot d Pomhl Manual publislid. Stumping Ground. -- U 10 48 6 Bwitzer -- Jl 25 659 Tku is Tie Tnt Witter Boat to blikiia. EUhorn- -- II 35" 706 jivORLD, Frmkfort U 53 720 Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to mentioned will do well to comthe territory CD.BEROAW.Gen'I Pass. Agent Building, York. municate with H. H. Fowler, Traveling PassenGEO. It. HABPER, Gen'l Supt. ger Agent, Louisville, Ky. Frankfort, Kentucky. Wit. Alpobd Keixoxd, A G."P. A., Headache bad? GetPr. MUes Pain VMs. A. H. Hajtsox, Q P. A., LonlsviUe, Ky. Chicago, 111. dcc23-l- y " On Ail News Stands. jt j jt Than Ready Jim. 1898, AU druggists sell Dr. Miles" Pain Pills. ve . BetteMore Complete R. N, I. & B, R. BAST SOUND. R. " " " lTbe Time Table Ko. 31, Taking Effect Sa day, December 5, 1SC6. 1st Class. J THE Pulitzer New 1 Chessipeake All druggists soil Dr. Miles' Nerve Plotters. .d Ohio MOTHER'S FRIEND "My wife suffered more in ten minutes with either of her other two children than she did altogether with her last, having previously used four bottles of '.Mother's Friend.' It is a blessing to any one expecting to become a MOTHER," BayBa customer. Hendxksoh Dale, Carmi, Illinois. UE(. W. pit- - EY Of Shelbyvillo, Ijinie ot Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOTTNTV lm:. b 6 mibllRllOil at niiTrtlLr. Til be the heit" trdPjournkl Ti Sot la Sevicw t, No. 1 Xo 3 Xo. 9 Ex San Ex Sun Ex San P.M. A.M. Versailles. . . 10 22 652 525 NicholasTille 6 48 lie: 735 820 Valley View, 11 28 800 Million n4i 8 13 850 Richmond. 1153 9 15 83) . 2d Class. ins horse. ed by its .'-$- Cst date Wright's Celerv Capsules. ail matts relRtii& to tho inrt.5a. In Shelbyvjlle, Ky., Slay 26, '96. To J he,Review'8 O jrisstu, Nnmberwlll Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: j EASTTIOUND. Gents I have purchased a box of Lexingipn and Moreheaa Aceo t t? ?S Wriebt's Celery Capsules from G. N. NewXtlcLim ted F. K. Middelton. druggist, and used them for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti.. "" pation andfound that they cave roe im- a AlcVMtlmnifln 4.HaIk. 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