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" s - - VOLUME At Four Miles XIr Score :n;iJMireM .i n -- - - ,vov. m i :r.?jai?:i!K '4-. ..: J :- 1: A' ! r -- a " n - -- . - .K ft ' . .rrf-- x? j . , . ,3 - ,x -- - . - . if ii - . - J -- it ! - - -- ' ' . " -- . -- . - -- A. I - M I T "i," o. - It f: - - ' . - - RICHMOND, ,... i. JL .. im k v Jkv . v - L?i i - ;- " " . " . " f ? . .,..- : ir "" :- ? . -- fii mmm JL.JL JLAm I m m ii . Z MAjblSOJST COUNTY KENTUCKY, " WEDNESDAY, " "xk.-"--. -- FEBRUARY 16, ofv rw L'898. JI NUMBER 37. JUST FROM GEORGIA. On Dress Parade. De Lily drees np all In white. De VTlet primp in blue, Be Rose put on a gown er rejl En sayr "I sweet ez you 1" Nervine Restores KittMh. - TV -, '"- , -- . , En den dey had a picnic Ue weather look so fine: : v . Bat de blizzard blow de sleeten snow, . En do sun fergit ter shine!, . De Lily shake en Bhiver De Rose say: lSHow is you?" En de YPlel he- make answer: "I feelin' jwwerful blue!" En still de blizzard blowin', Dps togs 'em lef en right, En aey went ter bed en' kivered Wid a freezin' sheeter white! HISTORY -- - AND EFFECTS OF BIMETALLISM. I By "VTiUiam EZEKIEL OBEAK, acssor and Beverly. Mass, who has passed the 60th life mile stone, says: Tr Miles' Bestoratlvo Nervine ha3 dono a prcat deal of good. I suffered foryears from g! plcssncss and nerrota heart trouble. t aid feel vrcary and nsed i:p In tho morn-I- ;- DXCLE J. Bryan. The United States adopted bimet allism in 1792 and continued it nnMl 1. eighty-on- e years-dnr- ing which time no party ever condemned bimetallism in a national convention. Has any other financial policy been so universally commended? 2. The United States adopted the Rold standard in 1873, without any national party asking to have the change made. Has Congress ever made any other change approaching this in importance without the people demanding jt through 6ome party? 3. The gold standard was maintained in the United States from 1S73 to 1896, during which time no party condemned it in a national convention. Has the United States over endured any other policy for so long a time without some party defending the policy? 4. The law repealing the purchasing clause of the Sherman law declared it to le the policy of the United States to continue the use of both cold and silver as standard money, and further declared that the efforts of the government should be 6teadily directed to the establishment of a safe system of bimetals lism. Why should the government direct its efforts toward the establishment ot any kind of bimetallism if the gold standard is satisfactory to the people of the United States? 5. When, in 1890, the bolting Democrats indorsed the gold standard thev polled less than 1 per cent of the United Stales and carried only one precinct in the Union a precinct in which ihere were only six voles and the bolting Democrats only polled three out of the six. Was any financial policy ever more completely repudiated? 6. The 4oltiiig Democrats, when members ol the Chicago convention of 1S9G, joined in a minority report declaring in favor of international bimetallism. Were the boltinjr Democrats bimetal-list- s at Chicago, or did they try to practice a fraud upon the t of the convention? 7. Tho Republican party had never declared the gold standard to be a blessing to the United States. In 1SU2 the Republicans at .Minneapolis declared that the American people from tradition and iu tor est favored bimetallism. Have tiit: traditions or the interests of the American people changed sincel892? 8. la lblXi the Republican party promised to promote international bimetallism and Mr. McKinley, in his let-lof acceptance, pledged himself to carry out the promise-I- t die gold standard has been a benefit to the United States, why tho Republican party try to abandon it and substitute the double standard by international agreement ? 9 As soon as Mr. McKinley waa ejected ho asked Congress for authority to appoint a commission to visit Europe and Becure the aid of the leading commercial nations of Europe in abandoning the gold standard. If the gold standard is a biessingwhy did Mr. McKinley send a commission to Europe to abandon it? 10. A Republican Congress, by an almost unanimous vote, appropriated ?1 to pav the expenses of the monetary n-s- 1S73 A friend recommended Dr. Miles' rrjne, and I purchased a bottle tinder pmtest as I had tried so many remedies I thought It no use. But it p;ve mo restful sleep, a good appctlto and me to energetic health. It Is a t' "i good acdlclne, and I will gladly writ Inquiring, full particulars of my sat- U7- - xory experience," It Miles' Remedies ?' sold by all drug-- F Ts under a positive g tee, 6rst bottle I? nrCts or money re-f . Jed. Book on dis--e cs of tho heart and nerves free. Address. UH. MILES MEDICAL CO, Elkhart, Ind. t-rrn. tadnoaraclUonaadayirorkseeineda J. PROFESSIONAL CAROS. A?rOSW3T3. W. MILLER. Attorney-at-L- Richmond, - - Kestccxy. "See in the Bnrnam Building, next door to feb3-l- y F. 'oner's National Bank. J. STJXjXjT"7A2Nr, Attoexey-at-Law, - - KENTUCKY. ItlCHMOND, Tie over Taylor's Hardware store, op--t iite Court House, on Main Street. H B. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. RiriivioxD, - Kextcckt. 31-3- 0 Office Xo. 13 First St, up stairs. J.G. &D M. CHENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, Office on Seconil street, over grocery. Chen-Rn't'- s 2ET5ICIA1TS. DR. JOHX M. FOSTER, Rl HU1KI), Telephone at efiiee ard reMdence. KeNTUCKV V DR. II. R.GIBSOX, PIIYSICTAN AND SURGEON, PlCHMOSJ. - Kentucky. 2oSec-On- a Ortrein the Joe Cc.lins building, 18 and Street, orer Waue sld druestore. er tj- - CHAS. hooker, VETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. cterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. up stairs, over store recently accn-- F cd by Bichraond Harness Co , East Halny St., apr7-l- Richmond, Ky. E. C. Medicine and Surgery. Office Collins ISnildine, Main Street. t residence JASFJ$R, M. D Ithe Carr Broadway. Telephone RlOIMOXD, place) on - - - --- Kektuckly. G. W. EVA"NS, M. D.,- - 00,-0- 00 abamlon its gold standard and substitute .Royal makes be food pure, international bimetallism? wholesome and daHctocu. 12. Within three years tho German reichstag has adopted a resolution de-plaring:-ifavorof international bimetallism. If the gold standaul has been a bless ing to uermany why was,the popular branch of the German assembly willing lo abandon the gold standard and substitute International bimetallism. 13. The gold standard has been indorsed by bankers, financiers and chambers of commerce, but it had never been Indorsed by the producers of wealth in nny nation in the world. Will tho Republican say that the proAbiiolutely Pure ducers ot wealth do not know what is good for them, or should only financiers be consulted in monetary legislation? 14. The monetary commission rertoYM. aucjia powdcb co., kiw york. mained in England for three, months, and the press dispatches reported that Held Over; In The Snm of $500. the commissioners were confident of obtaining some concession from Eng- . "William Sobers, of Madison counland. On the 22d day of last Septem ty, who was arrested by Jotdon Teel ber the bankers of London joined in for horse stealing, was tried before unanimous protest against bimetallism, Judge Piiillipu last Friday and lield and the English government hasnowre-fuse- d over in the sum of $500 until Circuit to make the concession for which Court. Jessatnine Journal. commissioners asked. Dose this not support our contention To Gut Rid of Rodents. that the gold standardis advocated by A writer in the Scientific American the capitalistic classes of the world. says he has cleared his premsies of 15. The Republican party, in its platvermin by making a wash with copform of 1S9G, after pledging itself to inperas and covering tho stones and ternational bimetallism, declared that rafters with it. In every crevico in the gold standard must be maintained which a rat might go he put the cop- until the leading commercial natrons peras, ana scattered it in tlio corners joined in international bimetallism. of the floor. The result was tho comIs it well to thus allow the leading plete disappeiirence of rats and mice. commercial nations of Europe to dictate Since that time not a rat or mouse has the financial policy of the United been seen near the house. States? 16. It is evident that the other OR. CALDWELL'S European nations' will not join in bimetallism so long as England uses her CURES INDIGESTION. great influence against the doublestaud-arand it iB also evident that England Local Oplioittn London. will not abandon the gold standard Antonio Yogliotti, a restaurant keenwithout the consent of her financiers. er at London, Ky., has been indicted Is it safe to allow the financiers of by the grand jury in about 180 cases London to control the financial policy of for selling liquor without license" He the United States? has been trie'l in about GO cases and 17. When the London bankers meton convicted inmost of them. The total the 22d day of September and protested amount of fines amount to $2,135. His against bimetallism, theyjpledged them- stock was leveled on to Batisfy judgeselves to secrecv. ment against, him for violating tho Is it patriotic to allow the London local option laws. Twenty-thre- e barbankers to meet in secret and determine rels of wine 3.nd one keg of whiskey the conditions that shall surround our were found. Corbin jSews. children? 18. A gold standard increases thede The R. N. I. & B. to be Extended. mand for gold, and thus increases the The name Louisville and Southeastpurchasing power ot an once of gold ern will take the place of thelticnmond throughout the world. England finan2?icholasvill(, Irvine aud Beatty ville ciers are, lo a large extent, tho owners railroad, commencing February 1st of the bonds and mortgages which the Articles of incorporation have been American people must pay. filed all alon;? the line. It is said to Is it wise to allow these financiers to be the intentton of the new company fasten the gold standard upon the United to extend the road from Irvine to the States and thus increases the burden of coal fields and eventually to Norton, our bonds and mortgages by increasing Va., to connect with the"Norfork and the purchasing power of our dollars? Western. TLo road has been graded 19. Biinetallist contend that the puras far as Beai ty villa, from Irvine, and chasing power of an ounce of gold has it is underdood work will begin on been iucreased by legislation which tho track at once. Philadelphia gives gold to a monopoly of mint arc interested iu tho road, havprivileges. ing purchased it at a sacrifice from Will Republicans deny it? Shanahan & Sons and other lienhold-er20. Bimetallism contend that every The road ruus through a rich nation which goes to a gold standard in- timber and coal country. creases the strain upon gold, and that the level of prices must continue to fall Story. as we approach universal gold monometMr. Theodore who will bo seen in allism. this city "Piidd'nhead Wilson" at nn Will Republicans deny this? 21. Bimctallists contend that the early date, Jjears a resemblance to gold price of silver has. been lowered by President McKinley so strong as to legislation which closed the mints of have been the occasion of a serious 6iler and thus lessened the coinage de- cmbrassineilt to the actor on hisrecent visit to Washington. While strolling mands for it. Avenue, Mr. Will the Republicans deny this pro- along- Pennsylvania Hamilton seemed to be quite unconposition? receiv22. Rimetallista desire to ltson the scious of tint attention he was ing from paijsers-b- y until ho stopped purchasing power of an ounce of gold He throughout the world by making silver in front of a noted book store. saw his own photograph displayed in a competitor with gold as a standard close proximity to that of tlie Presimoney. Do Republicans deny that this is de- dent, and fo!r the first time realized the resemblance between the two. A sirable? 23. Bimetallist contend that the free curious crord had gathered around coinage ol silver will raise the gold and a friendly policeman enable' the "With the price of silver bullion by increasing the actor to malie nn exit. army of hucgry office seekers loose in demand for it. Do the Republicans deny that this Washington," said Mr. Hamilton in speaking oj the ocenrance, "there are will be the effect of free coinage? more pleasant things than being the double of tlio honored McKinley. Free Pills. n NEW YORK FASHIONS. An eccentric hat rolls abruptly np in front and bends down in back. In choosing plaid silk for a waist see that it has colors lo match the hair and eyes Soft, pliable Henrietta cloths, - yT ',0 FMK& " jmt I r. r,.l orv - 1 - McCormick Bros. 3$ trim-tn- ed with lace- and velvet bauds make pretty frocks for little girls. There is a light weight velvet which makes up prettily into tea gowns as well as waists and dresses. It costB only forty or fifty cents a yard, and wears well. A very pretty sailor hat is of silver-gra- y felt, with black and gray eilk cords twisted round the band and tied in back, terminating in tassels. A pair of rises above a gray bird's sable head at the left side. Ladies who have not yet become conversant with the virtures of the R. & G. corset should have their new Spring gowns flted over one. They will find it fulfills every requirement of a graceful comfortable and fashionable stay. Hats are not so lavishly trimmed as heretofore. Artistic effects aro happily, once more possible in their decoration. Meshed nets, mousseline de soie. creamy laces and gauzes all retain their prestige for evening wear. Satin chnrmnnt is an unusual variety fan-win- wwM( v.JLJ ; Installment House. K . POWDER Price Fighters ! n jjjy Tf " The Pi -- you need anything in ihe FUENITXJKE line, call and see us, we guarantee to save you from 25 to 50 per cent, on all kinds of ...... d, skYRUP PEPS N of this material, being exceedingly pliant and quite as soft as Liberty satin, tboifgh with more actual substance. Box coats are much affected by very modish and very little misses, from three years and upwards Rest & Co., show a dainty creation of this description in pale blue velvet with trimmings of ermine. It also appears in more ser-- 1 viceable materials. creponetle makes pretty and inexpensive home gown. A jabot of creamy lace may extend from neck to hem, placed, for novelty's sake, at the left side instead of directly in the centre of the front, n Japanese lawn is a dainty silky ce for morning gowns. Evelyn Coble. Rose-coloied Furniture and Mattree. FURNITURE SOLD ON INSTALLMENTS. Bed Eoom Suites, 3 Piecesj From $18 up. v rl ,?-- -- Hall Hacks, $1,50. Wardropes, $9.00 up. " :j &ub-sta- -- . Center Tables; 75c. up. 3Cake hay While hc We also make fine Corner Seats, and all kinds of Parlor Furniture, Foot Stools, Couch Pillows, all kinds of Furniture and Matresses repaired and made new. tr Sun Shines 1 Do not wait until you are old to harvest good health and a sound constitution. Do not wait until next sorinsr to beein a cure if you have "spring feelings" now. If you fed languid, peevish and out of sorts use Awnings Of all kinds, made to order at Rock-Bottom 1 u & n iwml Prices. enpi-tulib- ts s. Johnston's Sarsaparilla (QUART BOTTLES). It will purify your blood, stimulate your nerves, brace your constitution against colds, and keep your stomach in good order. You will 4k 4k IsTllDM 4k 4k P K BROTHE 0i n &i Keller go through the winter bounding with energy and will fail to have "spring feelings" in the spring. The harvest of health will stand you and your children in good stead. lck9 &&M&m !(r:-C- SECOND ST. && $&$H &&3Z2 2C-S- ' - Johnston's Sarsaparilla is sold everywhere in quart bottles.and will purify every drop of blood in the body. $1 a bottle. WILLIAMS, DAVIS, EE002S fc CO. Detroit. Mica. MMHMVMWVWW nt-m-i SV&JJ-&SV- ' 1 4, &3-3- f WK2 DIanMfeiS-:ii 41, urerettes make the and clear & complexion bright ifvwvwwwvww rzvsci E&jttlAv23tf 1 1 $&2X22 j - X frriv &) - 'rfN-rrf?- 25c Sold by D. Z. T. B. Taylor, Waco, Ky. H 00 99 LOUISVILLE OT vJU OTHINO i 1r 21 r tJX?A$?JlZlZ?&?J$& " - rajjzv'si i : irrTr. UBM axK? "- - fc&M - . (bc f(K-i2- 75S5SV: : : issVsV :&&& feMiito: MtAA'lttieyA fZSH , LOUISVILLE, KY. m m at OLD PRICES. Clothing, Ouercoats, Underwear rl t1 Vy.Tgf J sa si We have just received the largest line of Physician.asd Suegeos, Kentucky. Richmond. - - - DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky - Richmond and residence on Second Street Send your address to H. E. Bucklen & commission.- DR. CALDWELL'S Co., Chicago, and geta free sample box If the gold standard is the standard of civilization, why did the Republican' of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial 'CURES CONSTIPATION. party spend $100,000 in trying to get rid will convince you of their merits. These Why is it? pills are easy in action and are particu-lai- y of it? effective in the cure of Constipation government expressed jpommunity there are men 11. The French In ever a willingness to restore bimetallism oy and Sick Headache. For Malaria and who would rather give their money international agreement and joined onr Liver troubles they have been proved to a stranger than to one of their own f SYRUP N European Flans. ko and $ Hafsl .- - 3EHTAL STH10S3Y. DB. VALENTINE H. HOBSON, commissioners in asking England's cooperation. If the gold standard has been a blessing to France why is France willing to op Locisxitix, Ky. next door to Government Building, BJcimSnd, Ky. Office hoars 8 to 1J-- 1 to . ce arrwT, novl7-l- y Four nice rooms for rest Janctruff When dandruff appears it is usually regarded as an annoyance, Jt should be regarded zs a. disease. Its invaluable. They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious .substance- - and to be purely vegetable. They do not weakerrhy their action, but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the system. Regular size 25c per box. Sold, by Perry & Thomas' Druggist Successors to W. G Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hot-so- n, next ieor to posteffice. D ft. FRED SMITH, DENTIST. over Collina' Grocery wme office lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. Janl3-l- y Jts-oae- e, ft is angr&rous; HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersbarg, -- presence indicates an unhealthy condition of the scalp, which, if neglected, leads to Baldness. Dandruff should Be cured at once. HThe. most effective means for the cure is "found W. V., Eecop-mend- s IVrights Celery Capsules. Pakkxibubg, W. Va January 26,1995. The ' promotes the grvarih in AVER'S miR YIGOR. aas, stores it when gray or faded to its original color, and keeps the scalp-clea' and Healthy. greattyT 'For3aore than efehtears t"was ayovmff daadrnJI, and though troaUed witb was y hair of the hair, It n re- last taming- gray ana ""r unuuuuavasDovuwM iacvttabJe until I be&xv U ifkl - Wright 3Tkd. Co., ;. CoJumbtw, Obk. Teoeei-mpnd- to . Gentlenen:- -! have bees aeine Wright's CeJery Capewlas since "Noveffi- -, l, ber, ISW, and Sp4 tbem tooeffl takiBg them first beean , vhileat Het&pnBff, At5-.- Bsdertreat- amu ment for Sciatic Storaach trouWe. Constipation winch J Lumt aaSgrer. I foaad the Koi e great reKef fVlprv CMmaelai. mve ram theegiJaKBI h , ased and ao-liritia- l. ever since. With pteawH-eto any am I reaomtrtead all ifferipHl lateafflictioneorrttfcac j" oltheaj. Vary Irnly yenre. OftLatabX, CALiiiJU flyers VigpA -. iJM fl Jbewau. utc h-- ,, te J9i -- - SoTdbyT--S 50c sate ad0tecad sat fm aawlaft. "'.. - Baca, J)raeat. XMIaCttqff-stor- e ' J TH '.Infill mmI iwr'' entirely reuse "hair OB,mi&, sad ckMsy'aaui DM ;r. llfhl ucjn ? citizens.'savs the'Glasglow Times. Just finest in the eit". why this lit so it is difficult to underEvery convenience for ladies stand, butj it is a fact nevertheless. spending the day in the i Here is au instance in point: Last d stranger came week a city. FitlGuaranteed from $10.00 up to town and in a few hours got more Cafe on advertising from eonie of our business Gentlemen's UNDERWEAR AND HATS AfD PRICES ' ' men thai the representative of a Office floor. ' NEVER OFFERED BEFORE H' AT "White. 4 MUSIC: Tuesday, ThursGeorgetown paper could get in a week day and Sunday by the ir ost persistent solicitation. A PATR0IT FOR PROFIT. evening. The adver isements were printed on it TH0S. A.. MULLIGAN, A colored veteran who had become card, to he hung up somewhere!; JIANAGER. Some of h s patrons have never adver- - dccl-l- y weary waitingon Pro8perity,approached f Used in : Georgetown paper, and a citizen and asked : McGALL'S MAGAZINE "Boss, is dey still fightin' in Cuba?" couldn't be induced to do such a -- AND thing. TI b Times got three dollars "Oh, yes." Sor priuti lg the cards; (it got this "En does dey pay mens money ter go l! from a stranger, not f rem a citizen) r flar en fight fer urn?" KK4 .' the stranger got ten, fifteen or twenty "I think 60. Do you want to enliot?" dollars fo j two or three hours solicitaYes, snh ; I thought I would." I. paper j,. . . have These "Why-the-'d butcher you over their!' tion, and 00k the bulk: of tho money lavoritescelebrated ladies forpatterns Tears r bee& with tirentv town, never to como back, and Fare Ulastrated the McCall's Magazine. thev This in "I spec' dey would, sub, bnt I ruther out of mirazine also explains and decicts the latent be killed in Cuba, wid a belly full, dan the adverl isers got theft: names print ! styles, gives household hints, pictures anujto-handitoraest colored starve ter death nachnlly ia de Kunited ed on a curd, which people will have JTie, and (Contains theto prodnce.An of t&ese plates mat it lsposMDie to hantfo.uf theyvant to find it. features are of interest to irocrien everywhere. States!" Thousand ot pretty gowns-aa- l .itsrments are j shown; and patterns for the saae, famished tor JJys are getting ready for marhle-- . The-C. T. XT, of Lancaster, ,13or IScents noBehiBEher. .1 , IX EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER OTH. To every lady who Will cat out this advertisetime. nave mat e arrangements, to present ment send itKiliisSI30 to this officej' this v s paper and McCall'sn Marazine will each be Miss Chi (stlne Bradley & yon, and-i.addition" to this mailed The Surprise of, All. i to ba .will be 'to to each subscriber-- coupon there IK eati- cent bottle WJ o ' tHnKhertoronoKeCaU Bazar Pattern, which Mr. James Jones, of the drug firm of usedinrtne Christening or, tne DatUC- - .8i,e may - Address select ataarHme.I THCl,MAX Kkfcwwrf, Ky. Jones & Son, Cowden, 111., in speaking shiD K&nt facky.' 'Ue ' ,? Wm$ Ciiriwuti It Mew IrteMS art JacbsBTiSe, r of Dr. King's New Discovery, eays ihaL last "winter pis wife was attracked with . - . nl rS? t - r La Grippe, and her case crew so serious 109 CTTiES SHORTEST. gfefJ t2 S thVt. physicians at Cowden and Pans lw aaafaaaaalSt tl . fllHM FIKBeT TBSTIBUXEB TSAISS TS THS ii could dp'BothiDgior Jier? It seemed to -- . develop into TIasty Consumption. "HaV' - v-- t 'iflg Dr. "King's iNew'Dte&overyna store,' find Kftlliap- lots of 'L hetookliAkoitle I 7 - 7 . . t lhsr ! r tr .? TkKKJgh" Pulbaaa Serriee is PSiAk- AKTJFACTDRBBIAln) DEALER IK : ottr-1-' .boiaej.HHd.fo the. sarpneo ofali sne oe- -t v k uwr vnwesrauoa jzan to j&t better lromjarat doee,sil hall .chuit. CRaooftra VB; "dMeodpHHr bottles cured, Jwr-seeQueea & Creddaofe Boctfe Get r tickets j r.. a Uxyjfe jumT swell f Dr.jKiagV lwD4eoo5ry - r- Aft, riiftMJjw, S Ookiss . jk,-- lt :fcr,Coimptioa,;CoorbB . . r ' . jp, " f ; jrorjmvysr pfajmcutartsy jprw&s, xw?., aftaress . "KOWnriteedTtQ do Uorgoey,W5Kk3Ty il i slick-tongue- The Ladies' Tiestaunmfcis the IN, RICHMOND, which we bought early before the tariff was put on woolens, and can give our customers the benefit of 30 per cent, on every article needed. Measures Taken for, Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. Kq at .- 111 - , McCall Bazar Patterns. I LB STOUFFER'S . The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond. I !P- r- wmm c- I :DTT7vG)lSniD9 ST3T- k si,ntti! M Winter Schedules cut-gla- ss . iirrsilver-rinounting- a -- qTJEEir & CRESCEITT EOTJTE. -- -t '- - iilimsssi nnnimttniitnnMW- H- -l c?-c- M u rBnlk - law --- . - sd ORH10T .j-- i- "jr,- l; MONUkMb; , p :il1& 1 jj f vtbe xXwrnuamt, twi iteir -- iars jour SOUTH weqJied , 0& vesimt flfl c PT A TboWl Drag Store, Succewors to W.GJWbita.! Fm trad bottktr at -- 'fft, f , ), i)n $ !96MmmrVttlTilwnmvntotmmeutit!iiMflittlm.tmvMmnAtiUs tarn nam WMTaqyattyda. mituim xaKBTM.Tafesn.il mmtrww SpSftw mi Madis e JfoDUroenKal Vc ' ITowistli0' ftK't ; TTftft it. I l On? i? 2k, :'ji J& -- wsfe - - ! wfffc fH HICI' M! !i .i "ilifl mil fj ; w?53B "- r V - -- ' 5i- - ?"- 't- - 'j.a -- fc- rJ Warfeong3 I II rH ,' at Court House Feb- 11 Richmond Climax. rtTBLXBHZD rVBKY WKBSBDAI BY pJJ Wjftil w pJKJflfSJlpBJljIr IWWlfHl MMifli mygnljpyi jraalipfefraa1PtgiPHn& K ' r -. H 1 1 rH SjgWfgJHjpfgJBJrlJil ruary 2ll, ?; iffffffllfllffffili.. i j -- mm Yotfna Ladle? Contest For lha Hoaar.- Tho Climax Printing A.kMlLLBR'T' Go. a Proprietors sad EOton. E. WOODS, AxxocUte Editor. PRICS PER YEAR, $1.50. 8. mm mm WEDNISDAY, FEBRUARY It isofreported that Hon. Mart Lancaster, has announced jap l, Roth-wel- lfv tffll GREAT SURPRISE! 9 GSiiiiSiiSIflKpl his ftUffi candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Congress. It is ljelieved by the friends of Hon. Jas. B. McCreary throughout the district that he also will be a candidate lor the Democratic nomination, for Congress. Evek with a kind ley word for his brethren of the press, Mr. Walton, of the Stanford Journal says of a Mauison boy: Mr. Walker Mason has been forced to relinquish control of the Williamsburg Times by a pre-- of other business and has been succeeded by Mr. G. M. Iliatt, its farmer proprietor. Mr. Mason will now find time we hope to let the Interior Journal readers here from him again as of yore." s m tjJ pgjgjl Was expressed oh M(fridayf by a great many customers at ; :i V our LOW PRICES on "- '.if-V- , pi '- jjjjij pB SU Bp "OB ..OC Shoes, Hats and Ik SS ( Gents' Furnishing Goods. - pa iSfg mm It is now an evident fact that the experiments the Republican party have made with the coinage law, currency n laws, or treasury practices, have a total and complete failure. The more they have pressed their experiments on silver the more has silver bullion gone down. It is now high time that the people demand the treatment of silver advocated by the Democratic party the only policy yet ever adopted that put silver to a premium over gold at the present legal pro-Te- l Pi t A Q 9 (9- ps mm a a 9 gjs vlm sra si goods could he sold at such remarkaWondered how bly low prices. Well, there's nothing secret or mysterious about the matter. Judicious buying, knowing when to buy, how to buy and what to buy. Always on the Qui Yiye for opportunities, and being content with small profits is the fine-grad- e A crowded house gathered to witness the contegtbetween students of Caldwell Higlrsciiool on Friday night last, House, to select a Br at the Courtthe Declamatory Contest to be held February 25, at Winchester. years ffljg. These exhibitions originated two popuago bv Proffssor Clark, are mora the lar than liny other' public event ofdeep year, freij or pa v, and evidences tho interest tfbich the citizens have Mi.ter eplendid'graded public fcchool. But to is n& .the couttst. Music was furnished bv twenty young ladies who interspersed the speeches with such catchy odes as 'Tavern In "SpanThe Town," ish Guitar," "Aunt Dinah's Quilting Open Sleigh, Party," and "One-Horand the crowd cheered heartily. The exercises proceeded like clock work, when once they were started. The first! recitation was that of Miss Mildred Gormley, "Set of Turquoise," .and her superb rendition of the diillcult piece at once put the audience in possession or the belief that the affair was to bo anything but tame and meritless. MissCoyle recited "Hagar," pEJ attractive costuraeand personaland her bpauty supplfed any deficiencies in her style of speaking Miss Sadie Baughman's "Guinevere" was admirably rendered anu left no donbt of her superior talent as a declaimed For sweetness of tone and composure. Miss Willie Travnor was not excelled in he'r rendition of" the "Trials of Christ." Likewise Miss Sallie Rucker possessed the clearest and best voice of the oven- - mm in.: repre-scntativef- to - n vah ' - JAKMtLK u W&Arl -- tt a km - - 09 a Plnw H tssijLr. A WagonJ ir arming .- or other ill i -- imp eie&ts "B -- e e e e e a a a We are s)le agents for the Celebrated Vulcan ChUled Plow., and Olds Farm Wgon. In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware. 8toTes andTinware. i Tin Roofing and Guttering a Specially. ...,e " ! 8 JJ "Ching-a-ling-ling- ," se T ?iluiiii2iiiiiUiiUiiiiuniiiuiiiiv -M .-- & TA!YL,OR..Bros. J! ..... . . . . . .. it BETTER THAN AN t a I Auction ! g g )l mm ip J pa ps Miss Lee "White recited "Maud Mul-le- r" in auweer, unaffected manner. A striking costume and an unusual exhibition was that of MissLuxie Ballard, who was attired in Greek costume "Lau-reame- ," B e JiLa I . e ratio. York will soon have a 90,000 pound cannon, the largest in the world. It is to be 50 feet in length, and will lequire 1,000 pounds of powder to throw a 2,300 pound projectile sixteen miles. It will be the formidable guard of New York harbor. In the mouth of this huge gun we can see the friendly smiles of a Christian nation, and when it booms forth its vulcan charge iu the direction .of some unwelcome vessel, we can hear America thundering out the proclama tion of universal brotherhood; 2Cew mm MiS n Whole ling in a Nu IShe )) i rarS with powdered hair, representing a statue, uubsequenty reciting i.nd in one portion" being accompanied by music by Miss Pattie. Her effort was unquestionably fine. And thn the difficult task of choosing the winner developed upon the judges, themselves finite creatures and with caprices and tastes and ideas like other people, as; likelv to disagree as any three people in the world. These were Mrs. G. W. Pickels and Messrs. J. Talbott Jackson and Clarence E. Woods, who, by a majority vote, awarded the honor ."During the absence of the judges Miss Pattie Hamilton recited a humorous selection which fairly brought down to Miss Coylo ! H I jfi X I! II Sweeping reduction in Shoes to make room tor Spring (jtoocis. We will sell shoes during February regardless of COST. Arnw is thp. timft to buv a raair at least J.,., whether you need them or not. This is Better than an Auction. -X it ? ,, j $ B lip bub H sp I Come and see us and be convinced that OUR PLACE is the PLACE to buy your Shoes, Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods. Freeman B ros., B 1 V Al m PS mm I' il the house. Phone, jSto. 21. First Street. r "War Songs. Another Marrisgc And Richmond Favorite Daughter. Loses a a w 35-inc- We advise all of our subscribers who desire the best reading on the financial question to subscribe for the Silver Knight and National "Watonman, a weekly paper edited by Senator Stewart, of Washington, D. C. This EsrrHJsrrHJ sn sfrHJsrTHJsrrHi paper can be se u ed at this office for one year for l cents. Any person, after having read one issue of the paper, am ncarcely wait for the next. Buchanan, this city, Mr. Robert The Silver Knight Watchman and Mahan and Miss Mollie Taylor, both of "Our Paper," as the boys here call the the Million locality this county, were Mr. J- - E. Greenleaf was in Lancaster Climax, and Louisville Dispatch, is united in marriage by Rev. W. R. in dispensable in every home, and on Sunday. Lloyd, of the Christian Church. The will thoroughly equip their readers to Mr. r. L Crutcher is in Missouri on bride is accomplished and beautiful. combat the destructive aud deadly a business trip. Mr. Mohan is at present agent at policies advocated by the Republican Mr. Joe A. Myers is confined to his Million for the R. N I. & B , and is a gold bug advocater. room with grip. a most estimable gentleman. Miss Georgia MacMillin has returnEmbkee-Dozie- u. Lixdsey brought up in At the residence Senator of the bride's parentsfMr. and Mrs. W. the United State Senate the resolution ed from a visit to Miss Margaret Lackey is visiting H. Dozier, near Red House, this counof the Kentucky legislature, and after discussing the resolution at some ner sister. Mis. Williamson, at Carlisle. ty, on Tuesday, February, 15th, Mr. length said lie did not expect to obey Hattie Burnam, little daughter of W. A.Embree and Miss Nannie Dozier the request and would continue to Mr. and Mrs. Con Taylor, though still were married by Rev. Dr. Owens. Attendants Mr. Sam Biggerstaff and represest Kentucky in the U. S. Sen- very low. is improving. Miss Annie Owens, after the ceremony for his resignation ate. The request Miss Elizabeth Wilmore, of Kirks-villthe usual love feast was indulged in. by the Legislature was based solely has our thanks for csish sub- Too much could not he said in behalf on two propositions. First he had fail- scription to the Climax. of this young couple aud they have ed to support the nominees of the Mr..LouisK. Kountz, of Pittsburg the wishes of many friends; we extend National Democracy. Second he had was the guest several days this week our congratulations failed to support aud had lobored to of his uncle, Kev. G. W. Young. defeat the nominee of the State Buock Powers. Prof. II. II. Brock Miss Minna Crutcher returned yes- and Mies Maggie Powers, both engaged party. In discussing the resolution Mr. Lindsev did not attempt to terday from Lancaster, where she has as teachers at Caldwell High School, justify or excuse himself for his dis- been the guest of Miss Amanda An- surprised their friends last Wednesday loyalty to the party that made him derson. by getting married. The ceremony F. L Churchill, of Richmond, Ten- was performed by Rev. Jasper K. Smith, Senator. No one expected him to resign. No one who could so toon sion Examiner for this District, was at his residence, in the presence of turn his bark on the party that had iu town Monday night. Jackson Messrs- J. H. and Joseph Boggs, cousins elevated him, as did Mr. Lindsay in a Hustler. of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Brock have bold and defiant, manner could Miss Minerva Park Phelps and taken rooms at Mr. S. Parrish's, on be expected to have within him that Mrs. C. D. Chonault will attend the Second stieet. The bride is a sister of finer sensibility that would lead him National meeting of the D. A. R., at Messrs David and Otto Powers, and is a tj surrender a trust when he failed to Washington, well educated, attractive young lady be in accord with the parly he preMr. II P. Reid, an attache of this with many friends who will join in tended in name to represent. office, left Saturday or his home in wishing her and her husband bon voyMt. Sterling, to recuperate after an at- age through life. tack of la grippe. Dr. L. J. Frazee returned Saturday night from Louisville, where he has Civkk. To the wile of Prof. J. D. "! been taking a post course in Clark, Wednesday night, a bouncing Medical and surgical work. boy. Messrs. T. D. Chenault, f?r, J. IL, Mai: and Broadway. Bowler. Born to the wife of John D. M. and C. H. Chenault attended Bowler on last Thursday morning a the bural of their relative, "Waller fat, bouncing baby boy. Chenault, at Mt. Sterling on Sunday. Mark-Co- ws Our Mrs. Alice Tribble is in "Washington D. C, for a weeks visit to her daughter, Miss Mattie O. Tribble, wlio Oijmiam. Joseph Oldham, aged about will graduate from "Washington Col 6o years, a well known farmer, of Union, lege in June. Sale died on Sunday after bsing ill for some Misses "Minna Crutcher and Georgia time. He leaves a wife and one child MacMillen, of this city, Pearl Burn-sid- His wife is a daughter of Amos Ellison, of Stanford, and Miss Mary daceased. Burial in Richmond cetne-tar- y Dunn, of Danville, took part in the Monday with Masonic honors. See Drapery Old Maids Convention at Lancaster Resolutions of Respect Monday night. Friday Cuenaclt. A telegram Miss Stella Thomson will go to Rich- brought the sad news of the death that BEGINS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14th, and continues two mond next week to "visit her sister, day at ML Sterling of Waller Chenault, Miss Lena a wealthy unmarried farmer, of Montweeks only. The following are Mrs. Keal Bennett. Stivers, of Richmond, is the pleasant gomery county, aged 40 years. Deceased simply afew samples of samples of the many lots of ohoice mer- guest of Mr. and Mrs C. K. Oldham, was a son of Anderson Chenault, deceased, of Montgomery, and a grandchandise which we shall offer at Jr. Mt. Sterling Dr. Elmer Korthcntt, of Valley son of Rev. David Chenault, the Bapa reduction from 20 to 50 per cent ViewKy., is in town this week on tist preacher of great prominence in brother-in-laearly years of the century in this county. 20 pieces of Figured India Silk, 48c business and the guest of his T. T. Cope. The doctor He was also a first cousin of T. D. ChenHon. from 65c is spoken of for the Democratic nomi- ault, Sr Harvey Chenault, Sr., and fcilkolein 7J and 10c, from 12Jc nation for State Senator from the Mad- David Chenault, Sr., all of Madison. 30 inch Tinsel Crepe 7" and 10c, from ison district. Jackson Hustler. A number of brotheraand sisters survive. sraarBSh Bm pip SHraininrainraEinrinra WALLACE & RICE afy "Weir mm lpapE3)lpPlraiPifraBllPifPSJ Songs. Youthful Marriage. PERSONAL. : e, Dem-ocrat- ic The youngest couple that has been brougnt before the hymeneal alter in this county for some time was that oi Mr. Joo .M. Hasan, tho 18 year old eon of Mrs. Jennie Hagan. and Misii Lurlie Hendren. the beautiful daughter of Mr. and Mrs O. J. Hendren, who is about two years the grooui'a junior both of the Kirksville vicinity, on Wednesday February the 0th. Rev. R. B. Briney, pastor of the Christian Church at Kirksville in a most appropriate manner united the youthful couple in the holy bonds of matrimony. The attendants were, Messrs. Robert Warnes and Charley Cartis, and Misser M. Susie Long and Ora Hendren. After the usual congratulations and well wishes of their many friends in attendance they w'ere invited out to partake of an elegant supper. Tho Climax extends to them their congratulations and wishes that their path through life may ever be strewn with roses. For Smith for Governor and McCreary for Congress. Writing from Lawrericeburg, the capi- In answer to an article appearing on the first page of the Kentucky Reg A Friend Put Him on the Track, ister of Februaryfith, 1S9S, I "would brieflv state, that the principal of the to Good Health Caldwell High School, Mr. J. D. Clark, Had Been Laid Up for Two Months seems not to ofhave understood the real meaning the bill in regard to with Dizzy Spells. school books, now before the Legis"I have had a stomach trouble for the lature and if he does his understandpast three years and last winter I was so ing is of very recent date. The real meaning of the bill sought that I could not work for over two months. I would have dizzy spells when to be passed is for the benefit of not I could not get out of bed, and when I only the Caldwell High School but for waa lying down it seemed as though there every school in Kentucky whether it ba in dark hollow of Bitter creek was a hard lump In my stomach. The or in the greatest the city oi our commonmedicines given me afforded relief only wealth. It is not the actual cost of the for a time. A friend advised me to try baoks set out in the list selected bv Hood's Sarsaparilla, which I did, and after Mr- - Clark for the Caldwell High taking six bottles I am glad to say I never School, that tho Legislature is trying felt better in my life. I do not have any to protect its citizens from the shy lock dizzy spells and do not feel the lump in grasp of the American Book Company my stomach." A. Jackson, Passenger but it is for the reason, that a uniform Conductor, P. C. C. and St. Lonia By., set of books should be used all over Kentucky, and should be furnished by 429 10th St., Louisville, Kentucky. that corparation or private person who furnish at the Sarsa- - will then if athem in tho lowest price, 9 boy mountains of panlia and Kentucky wishes to come to Richmond Is the best In fact the One True Blood Purifier. and enter the C. H.S. that he may do so Conductors Story An Invited Answer to Mr. J. D. Anti-Boo- Clark's Pointed k Bill Views. Hood 9 Insist upon Hood's; take no substitute. are BentIe mU1, llOOa S JrlllS effeo" UTe. AU druggists. 25c - kF.Brower&Co BIRTHS. - tal of the second largest Democratic county in the eight District, awell of Madison writes known this: I recoiled the coppy of the dear old Climax and it was lifeegettinga letter from home, only more sOj for it gave more news than any one would have written. So please find check for one dollar and twenty five cents and place me on your subscription list to stay as long as the Climax will stick to old Democracy and 1G to 1, and may she be found in the front of the battle in 1900 fightting for victory and success for the party and 16 to 1. I am for Vf. B. Smith for Govenor and Jas. B. McCreary for Congress next time. Tho woods are full of Smith & McCreary men in this county. Respectfully, The Turn Pike Committee Leaves. Pursuant to instructions from the Fis- cal court to its committee, County Judge Sullivan, County Attorney Cobb, and Squire N. B. Turpin left last Thursday kual DEATHS. li. B. Irvin. A Former Citizen of Richmond Dies at Hot Springs. !: e, Departml There are many citizens here who well remember Ed. McConnthi, who, twenty yeais ago was Town marshal 1. Hid death at Hot Springs is thus de- -' Sentinel, of Jan. 20: scribed by-tThe funeral of Mr. Ed. McConnihi took place last Saturday evening and a largo concourse of friends of the family accompanied the remains to their last resting place. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Faw-ce-tt he Sentinel-Democr- at. w, several weeks with lung trouble, aud while his condition at first was not such as to cause grave apprehension, he began to grow rapidly worse after the first two or three weeks of his ill ness and was carried off by a violent Jinghts desease. ie.wasamanoino-bl- e Impulfe and had many friends here who sympathize deeply with his bereaved family. He had been a citi zen of Hot Springs for about twenty years anu during most ol tue time engaged in the livery business. 1 of the First Baptist church. Mr. McConnihi had been ill for for a tour through Central and Eastern Kentucky and Ohio for the sole purpose of investigating the best methods used to preserve, and improve turnpikes in those sections. Judge Sullivan has returned from his visit to Hamilton County, Ohio, of which Cincinnati is the county seat, and will go to Bourbon county this week, where the best road system in the state exists. Mr. Turpin has gone to Indianapolis and Richmond Indv whilst Mr. Cobb has gone to Catlettsburg, Asldand and Huutington, W. Va. Upon the return of the committee they will meet and from what they have seen aud know they will devise a plan of working the turn pikes. It will probably be necessary to have the Legislature pstss a bill changing some portions of the present turn pike Jaw, which is extremely unsatisfac tory. It will seek to revise tho dirt road system now in use; there will be fewer overseers, and the work will be performed by a road machine which digs ditches on tho sides of the pike and draws the dirt up to the center. Hereafter, the roads will be worked in the spring, as they should have been all along, so that the dirt can be packed down for winter travel. Under this new system it is guaranteed that we will not only have the very bost dirt roads but that tho cost will be reduced This system is in use iu other places, and wherever tried the people are very enthusiastic in its praise. one-hal- f. with tho books ho had there aud without first having to buy from tb American Book Company enough books to cost him so much money that he has to remain where he is without the benefits o a higher education. The iusinuationof Mr. Clark upon the statemanship of our Repre seutative Mr. Combs, that he goes to Frankfort to represent the Calbwell High School in exclusion of the other worthy schools of our county is so unreasonable and absurd, that I believe that if every taxpayer in Madison county could be consulted in the matter that there would onlv be found against the bill tho representa tives of the American Book Compcny. G. W.Evans Jr. The Best Ever Heard In Richmond. h Knights of Pythias Celebration. 30-in- cli 27-inr- .h I- - much trouble restore the 6tolen treasures, for which the Prince receives the hand of the beautiful Queen and his commodore that-o- f tho pretty Psyche. Such is the romantic jjtory o the operetta. ''The Mystic Midgets," wnich was presented ' under the aus nouncement: pices of the Ladies Auxiliary of the DOX'T FAIL TO SEETHE LINE. Hume Mr. & Mrs. P. Young Men,s Christian Association will give in marriage their daughter for the benefit of the new Y. M. C. A, building. Ninety or more children These Prices are for two weeks ONLY. Mamie look part; and more beautiful stage Samples sent. Mail orders promptto pictures were never 8een,the bnllant ly filled. Mr. Leonard A. West calcium lights shining 'on thbfxich Wednesday, February twenty third, costumes and brightfacesof the youththat will Eighteen hundred and .niuetyelffht ful participants making sconoentertala-menot soon, be forgotten. The Irvine, Kentucky. was a'suocession of. vocal solos choruses, dancing and tableaux, all of which were admirably executed. .The singing of "the 'large- - chorus,, of. little :wa sriris with tbefr risen. child-voicSaaurJMjr; beautiful beyond description,T-X- nKy. - test at the T(dence of Mr. . zm&Mn. caeser a.. JMny J!iuvmuw, - ' D. Weatherford, of come up fast week and was given a hearty welcome by many friends. He'spenfmuch time explaining why George didn't come along, but we opine that a pretty Somersetgirl could tell'us much better the reason why George stayed at home. Among those who went to Richmond to attend, the Severance-Heat- h 35c marriage, in addition to the attenTapestry Tabic. Covers in all sizes, 50c dants, were Elder and Mrs. Joe Severto $(1 50, from $6 50, from $1 to $10. ance, Mr. and Mrs. Will Severance, Felt Shades 3x5 feet 10c, from 15c Mrs. J. H. McAUster, Mrs. T. P. Opaque shade with fringe, 3x7 fee, Spink, Mrs. Annie Lasley, Misses 27 1 c, from 35c Mary Elkin , Lai Pickett and Virginia Warren and Mr. T. J. Poster and H. Rowan Saufley. Stanford Journal. Laee. Heavy and Sik Curtains from the cheapest lo the best will The Climax received Mondayithe ttand the same reduction. following handsomely engraved anmuslir. 12ic, from 15c satfi muslin 10 and 12Jc, from 15 and 18c 5 to 15c, 12 pieces Nottingham Lafrom J5 to 25c A line of Creatonues 10 to 30c, from 15 toSOc Denimj 15 to 271c, from 20 to h 121c. Mr. "W. Huston-vill- e. Thp Merry Mystic Midgets. Titania, and the beautiful nymphs as quickly won the hearts of the large audience that filled Pulton Opera House on Friday night,. Even the evil designs of cruel Uilo's Jgnomes were thwarted by their imperious power, and the goomes themselves captured and changed to animals. The fairies are in the midst of their festivities in celebration of tha anniversary of the flowers when tho fearful gnomes interrupt their" sport and steal away the magic wand and chest. The merry band, ot Mystic Midgets fly to succor the gentle fairies, aud after Gallant Prince Obdillous fell a willing victim to the sott glances of Queen I. nt CF.Browei&Co,, ixxifmwfj MARRIED. . e "MAHAK-TATix)B.r-- f '- dv A Powerful Discourse. After thpir election of officers on Wed The usual large congregation at tho nesday nightlast the Knights of Pythias Christain Church was on Sunday U&3CU1U1CU ill tl UUUJ Ub UlUlUiUI O JW morning treated to another powerful taurant aud "with several invited friends discourse by Elder "W. Jt. Lloyd. His, partook of a. delightful spread, consisttext was iir part from Cor., 2: 19: ing of turkey, oysters, etc., such as the "God was in Christ reconciling the inner man craves about tne eleventh world unto Himself." The humanity hour of the night Mr. J. Talbot t Jackof Christ was set forth in a forcible son, City Attorney, wbb the orator of manner, although the mind of man the occasion and his speech was full of cannot comprehend the pbysialogical graceful, rounded sentences and beauti- and psychological phenomena attend- iful sentiments. County Judgo P. H. ing the birth ot the Made Sullivan aud Mr. C E. Woods responded in the image of God yet with ell flesh- to calls.fora "speech." ly attributes, growing in stature and The Lodge oL lvuights ot .Pythias in knowledge as the ordinary chiluren was never in a more prosperous condiof man, Christ was our sympathetic tion as a better conception of tha high mediator.' He was God. yet he was a calling and purposes of the Order, Man of sorrows and acquainted with Followingarethenew officers installed: grief ," and knows the temptations and CO. Hooker, C. O, J. Talbott Jack-trials of finite creatines, among 'sou, V. (J.;, A. C. Wells, K. of R. S.j R. whom ho dwelt for three and thirty- li. u lSiggsretatt, .tv, zenio. Douglas, ju. years, xnis portion oi tne sermonj 'of A.: Ed Wines. O. Or.- - Clvda Hart. I. was followed by an appeal toinen to ;JobhD; Feeey,M. E.; Wm." Buck- reuiouiuei iimi uunsi. is uur personal ley M. ofP. Oh'Sunday morning last, every' .mem- Savior, to lose sigh! of whose" humanity i'b to cause a repetition of the errors, iber of theXodge should have attended of the dark ages when men praved. She'Second iPresfeyterian church, and not through Christ, but through the heard the sermon bv Rev. Br. MacMil- Saints. The instinctive love of 'sympa Jjian.sdadmirablyeuited it was to all " 7Yr'S$ PS8. thy caused them to call upon, these ;iiraiornai proms, wuiuh. uuriug no tofli&ra. Thesubject was "Erierid- Saints as Mediators between them and. the Godhead. Thejserrnon cloeetfcwitir jBhlp. reciteotu.e stories s, a magnificent "peroration in .which" jtif,David!and Jonathan, of and hrsAB the;speaker. demonstrated liis ability" Pythias, "ana.ln Ma wn. .f AAl,V Iv?U ff fJ.lk as a puipit orator parexcelierjce Al- - iervencynu usauiy pwintyeuiiue mir? . -- AlTrartlM toireuier ino Jseriuuu.,waB a budotu ei-- ring1 scctietf amid .which these vheroee iviBOrtaMaitii,.TrH. Karr, ontkt( to tor wHfcln T.-will Ymest ih; sm- - to tlw, wTntnwIiTMort fort, worthy of the, occasion. .. Itfiuust nnriuoruuiiKTU uirn- uauin,' juiiuuiiiliiie m Mi3tr, . h . Kt tt BtMe ,ot hmmiS be.'a source of coneratuiatlon .to the . on or beSore Man rTUt Vtm.j Christian Ohugeli,tl)aCtlej''have8uci friendship. probable 4thatrUte u partfc tf i PPRFFPT Miiicui, 'lCMioBi miu sure, futMMMer. 1 ? The church is active tukl aetrreB;ve7 fcttattbe rLo7t an wrlydMs, when AWCpe Cmm of Tartar liBf 1 mntOHlBgWHit hopwUhagaMdigttee will ttead JMKAwaMna, Afamorany thn nHtelijU ibr sabbath- - school od auxiliary ippieties 'ujr-?aj.. : II -- God-ma- n, - m DR. CALDVELL'S county holds him iu (or these traits which Jliighest esteem, CURES INDIOESTION. adorn true manhood are his. Aside from being oneof the largest merchants in Stanford, he possesses many of the characteristics of his noble father, Joseph Severance, whose memory is fondly cherished by all the people of Lincoln, and whose business sagacity, As administrator of Jacd i Huguely, dee'd , high principled dealings, and genial disI hereby notify all indebted to deceased to position enabled him to accumulate a file with me or with J. Tetls Cdbb all claims good estate which he bequeathed, with against the estate of Jacot Huguely properly his unsullied reputation. to his children. verified on or before April il, 1898, claims not Mr. and Mrs. Severance received presented before that time! will be barred. febl8-4many beautiful bridal presents which J. V ItTJOUELY.Admr. ' ' will adorn their pretty home at S lo on Cornet. whitriei the best wishes of a host LOUIS Solo on Banjo. t. LANDMAN, of friends follow them. Solo on Mandolin. M. D.. Solo on Fluto. War Songs. Full Mandolin Orchestra with brats accompainent. Thisis something novel. Henry Carney made an unsuccessful Mr. Brown Anderson, rucliolasville's 7 accomplished flutist and clairnettist,' attempt to break jail at Hopkinsville. No. 503 West Ninth Streel! CindanaU, Ohio, will assist in the entertainment. His will be at the Olyndou Hotti, Richmond Ky. Dealfucss Cannot be Cured former work here with the old band is WEDNESDAY, MR;H 9tb, 1S97, well remembered. '6y local applications as they cannot returning every second trednesdar of each Now let us all go and encourage our reach the (diseased portion of the ear. month. Glasses adjusted t at patient, hardworking, deserving young vision at popular pi ces fsblC-l- y musicians. For every moment we There, is only one way to euro deafness, spend at their entertainment thev.have and that iitby constitutional romedies-Deafneis" caused by an; inflamed conspent hundreds to bring themselves up -to that degree of perfection which war dition of ttfe mucous" lining otthe Eusd rants l'roi. Minier in saying tnac has one of the best hands iu the tachian Tube. When this tube is l yotfbave a rumbling sound or State. r nwC.'.itr-'V.t,8aa.- - yRemember the date, February 24. impertect'lieariugand when 1S? W' H haadshJl5.o.'hiH48et white. Go, and take your family, your sweetaa tiv Mil, CTlliar HrikS. Wltft 3. closed. Deafness is the result, and cousins, or ycur heart, unless the inflammation can betaken aunts. out and thij tube restored to its normal uuuuoBai ior.iae recovery vthore. 7 condition, beariuc will fnr- AMKEQSK A .'Vaat.Tr t Y . . ..j ever;, nine cases out of.ten are caused by Awarded Highest HonorsWorld's tfair, catarrh, whjchjs notfiinjr but inflamed' condition ol the Tnucous surfaces. ji w wtlt give One Hundred Dollars for plDerfness (caused by ca'tar- rh) that cannot be cured bv Hall's Unrten street, abeotJtwBa ??, busiaee' .,. v. V.KV.4flfl Catarrh Cuxe. Send for circulars; free. aMByeali. . auu payuifr HliiSUgW xuk v. CuuNEr &.Co., Toledo. 0. : 1 ieb-t- f ifir&oia.by Druggists, 75c Jeb2-Iu- i favorite. HU , It is with sincere regret that we no'.e the seeming indifference of our peonle. as a rule, as to whether we possess a good, bad or indifferent band in Rictir inond. Surely such an organization as we have at present would do credit to Louisville or Lexington, and is the very best musical organization that ever called this city its home. Under the conscientious and very superior training of Prof. Minier it has arrived at a point where it were a pity if our citizens should not come out next Thursday night, February 24, and show their appreciation of tne efforts made to provide Richmond with a really first class band. At that time Prof. Minier promises to produce the finest band music ever heard in Madison county. It will bean entertainment without an eoual and to show the quality of it we may mention tne following: Six selections by full orchestra of 20 trained pieces. Vocal Quartette. , "Vocal Solo, Miss Pattie. . Recitation, Miss MacMillan.-- ' "" " The Presbyterian Church was filled, auditorium aud gallery, last Wednesday by several hundred invited friends who had assembled to witness the marriage of Miss .Florrie Heath and Mr. Albert Tate Severance, the bride one of the fairest and the loveliest blossoms in the garden oi young womanhood of Richhighly mond, the groom a esteemed young business man of our neighboring city of Stanford. This is tho marriage to which the Climax alluded before the affair became known except to the bride's intimate friends, many weijks ago. As both are so popular in their respective homes it is no wonder that the groom's friends at tl.e weddintr were numerous, whilst many ol the bride's friends did not gain admis sion to the spacious church. The platform Delow the pulpit was adorned with great pots of foliage plants, all green aud fresh from the hot houses of fond friends of the bride. The whit'3 satin ribbons partitioned off a tier of seats lor the relatives ot the couple, and close as possible to these sat ttie Dnue s best menus. At iz: oo tue organ, uuder the skillful touch of Miss Crow, announced the arrival of the bridal party, and for a brief space they paused. All eyes were directed toward the door to catch a glimpse of the sweet girl or her happy lover who weresosoDn to have their destinies united in the holy bonds of wedlock. Arm in arm, papeared M r. Robert S. laylor. o this city, and Dr. A. S. Price, of Stanford; next, with equal grace eame Mr. Robert E. Little, ot Richmond, aud Mr. Thos. Shanks, of Stanford; then lightly leaning upon the arm of the best Mau, Mr. George McTCoberxs, of Stanford, appeared tho Maid of Honor, the brfde'a bister, Miss Nannie Heath, tthofce beauty was never more pro nounced, in the becoming garb btie wore. Lastly the bride aud groom with easy step aud composure quite natural proceeded dowu the long aisle to where the semicircle closed around the ministers, Bev. Joseph Severance brother of the groom, and Rev. Jasper K. Smith, pastor of the church. The former in a clear voice, and in beautifully solemn sentences, pronounced the xreremooy which took irom our midst a lovely aud1 truly beloved girl and gave her as ii wife to his brother, tranafernuga bright jewel to the social casket of our sidter citv. Rev Mr. Smith lifted up his voice in prayer and as his gnat heart seemed to propel his fervent words to the very throne of God, asking His benediction upon this uuiou, there were few dry eyed in that congregation of friends. The bride was attired iu a suit of handsotne green broadcloth trimmed in canary" sillt with hat to match, and carried a large bouquet ot Maiechal Niel roses, a combination and bar aiony of colors which was greatly admired. Of Mrs. Severance, whose father, Dr. M. C. Heath, la ouo of the best physicians in tliif section, it can be trutnfully said, that as her features so has her life been, beautiful; an ornament in whatsoever sphere she moves, a christian character, and refined; and if her married life be nut one long honeymoon we shall hold the groom rewell-to-doa- gJslflpEpfp frfebFrEaargiJa-ilEiUtalrtiilrtiJt2iirtLtjrJlrtiJ 11 T "t I il I . ows. mm jus arSl The Oliver Chilled Plows, The Best Made. WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF" il 1(1 hJ &m S Plow Gear in the Market m 0 DLL AIIS, ra H 1 SfrHi .i BACEBANDS, Tracechains, Hames Single & DoulDle-trees. mfc M I . Successors to Shackelford & Gentry, Richmond, Ky. uH CA1T I UQ BrrtispJBfTHJ Jiplfajifra.raaihBffBVpBrah gifsrasm sfwJsriarj arJarftiJgifSSrSjE' AFFORD IT ii PUBLIC SALE! As administrator of Jacob Huguelj". dee'd., I will sell to the hichest bidder, at public sale, at bis lato residence on tht east prong of Otter Creek, Madison county, Ky., on sunny-tempere- d, About 10 o'cloct, a. m., th following personal property, consisting of 3No. 1 aged work mules. 2 combined horses. 1 harness mare, 2 colts, 4 milch cows, ore with young calf; 1 good yearling bull, 15 shoats, 1 jennet colt, 100 barrels of corn, about 10 bushels wheat, 1 straw rick, lot of fodder, psultry, bacon, lard, etc., household and kitchei furniture and all implements to be used on a farm. At same time and place will rent lit acres of land with residencethereon. Terms made known on Ui.y of sale. ty'Ci i. " PTV. sponsible! Mr. Severance is worthy to bo the w of Madison, as worthy as man could be to win this universal 6on-in-la- J. W. HUGUELY, Admr. f ebl6-2- w Capt. Tom Ferrill, Anct .. lYRUP ' PPSI Hotice to Creditors! Thegodoflovecan airord to be gen erous often where other serious peer cannot. Hemeraber if the little sod ct love hovers in yonr horizon, you can afford to win his good graces bv a gener ous gift. We have the stock for vou to select from. to variety, beauty aud price we have ever handled. Xone of our women patrons should resist an opportunity cf this kind, Gratifv your desire now to buy thatpet trinket. Cupid Is Knowing. It is a natural impulse for a "woman to desire to be attractive and to provide means to assist her. Cnpid is a knowing little scamp, and when he whispers into the ear cf some fond Mend the advice to send her a ringor box of jewelry, he knows he's said just the right thing, and means for you to go to D. P. ARMERS'S and get tue desired article. Try it and you w.Il come out winner. WASTED AOEMTS to sell oar rrhViT Presses. Vulcanbats. Itaxirasro and K.y Checks.StrelandHul!bcrPte3ps.oairr cs. Steacis. &tv J. F. X,. DOK.MAII E. Fay ct,wStBaltonMd.Cacilosofrx. 1 we are having on display is Woman's Opportunity. The jewe!rv the best as w Stan-'for- d, 1 ve ss Kicn-mon- Horse -- 'Stolen! l -- ed itis-entire-l- - mothe-sisters- , 'ssaCwitsaBLSSRSSlM eBH-3IS r- --- &tirzj&j!& E8fray; bs M The k: - For Sals! Creek piie, will be sold psWicly, reier--tjeri- ce preste8,-6f5Dmpaan- d 'IrtlflNft&i; IlAllkHV UfT MrR mis s 'DEL- anv-cas- m fa iim "- -". ea tee Jack's ea Friiiy,at aoB 1 Ffiniry J. JT. 18, 1893, ia. frmtet tee premises. Good dweU-H- g aere lead, geed bars, erib, and oathouses. EMBRY, President. -... M J fvuA Bn CREAM -- Kbiic9.'raldiops. mbmrMn.T.&. Mtk t Farmer 8m:m Owitrs W Madlo ami can get horse ?.? Uotici totieditois. -- v - i uatr 1 ! . riss. nmii 5oer at tUc price hat' job b get your r Iuwuitauiaujibiifar0 -- 'r "r " vnceofSutr fatirvisisiii. ewiaty,- - that. v ij ". ifiirrT7'vs,.-T-r-"Tsin m Tnute. . FMtMjojjd and e( the s4oaaei a4 Bails as to -- Im: IMt SaPS" hati . - - I &. - iWlfMFr&WWfcl iJuSTrg ifflpff)& w. Jr ; S2kLi?SJajm,,ihtJ,,,!E 1$g!fEo ZfCZXS&tiSi mm$maomwm M t -- - .,.,',f-- i ?. X r 4 dfe 4 i I y SSASSSASSft' 11 EI M''faffctyfcl II blUllll Oil II lVI II I X I I 1 Bl I" I I I I II II lira I L I Of .Great Bimefil '. " I " . :f 7 T HnHHHMMHHHMB IJIIHIIHIIIbI W IhOhI lIIg 1 1 IIAl'f ln.J.4 llUI Ir I I I'l.l. VflLL H -- I L T i "WTSym 114 T of great all run down in health and bad kedney trouble for many y"?- - I lmve.triedallkindsof medicine bnt never fonnd any that did me as &rsaPa"a and it has been benenttomc. I was JP WQ v nbV U JlfN JgPTlN feiv iac jTW ,' JSHc JMC w Sif 7 IL rc ' BBSI THtV 3HBr w V ZULW jHEN XVA 1 SwlSfcx 31ks. Harriet Bishop, Colesburij.Tenn. j J j Preparatory for our SPEING GOODS. We will sell at great reduction all HEAVY goods in GENTS' FURNISHINGS, ALL HEAVY GOODS t $ in BOOTS, SHOES GUM BOOTS for both UM FOR THE NEXT FIFTEEN DAYS tr - I f Mood's Pills operate. are easy to take, easy iu Cure indigestion, headache. 18 - I m IK, It Paducah won't have a curfew law. The Jlodern Way Commends itselt to tho to do pleasantly and effectually what was formerly done in the crudest manner and disagreeably as well. To cleanse the system and break up colds, headd, i' m B m BB m 1 I m hh ST JP w W OVER NOW! BbESk K: it itr- -i fii-- ? y The fall trade and the holiday trade have come to a close, and having had the largest and most successful sisason during its business career, the W' S Jll WftmM1 -- aches, and fevors'without unpleasant alter effects, use the dehghfnl liquid laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs. Made by California Fig Syrup Co. ieb2-lm Busy Bee Cash Stores -- L K i Has decided to commence the greatest- - OVEHSHOES HUBBEES TTAmC! JDC rs?j And Low Prices and Bargains will be our Sales- - $ I)on,t miss this opportunity for man- BAEGAINS K - iss?; . Buds arc swelling rapidly. CascarEts stimulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. 10c. . mavl-i- y CLOSING OUT AND CLEARANCE EVEJ HELD IN THE CITY SALE 5 a Hyacinths will soon be reminding us thatspring has sprung. ! tnd Kcxemn. I smarting inci-lstantly - Hocknday. ami nation of him, audjlias immedihte-I- y presents, among- them being descended from ftock of and jafdinierJB and Capt. and Mrs. W. B. Jones, spent horfes; he waa got by the old imported stanil. Mrs. McKeq was charmingly from Friday .until Monday, .in LexingBliOOKSTOWX. Pantaloon, his dam perhaps equal to attfred in a gown of salnior? colored ton. any Bred Jn Virginia in poinFof filood silk and white tulle, deeollette, which Miss Alice New, returned to Callie Powell has mumps, an visit to her and form; she was got by Randal, j suited her typo of beauty to perfec after uie which has gone'tKe' rounds and has a crofs of the Celar, Comas, tion. Aunt, Mrs. Rebecca Moran. - immediate neighborhood. Janus Fearnought and Partner. Thel MjsRitchie wore. pale blue silk, Miss Bessie Ballard, of Madison above pedigree, when added to iisr'.de'(ixllette.;' Dr!: Carrie' M. 'Ries wore Wilsou.of Waco, has secured .ring school, which will begin the Female Institute spent from Friday performances, will rank him amougft pale,green..chiff.on OYer pale green silk, until Monday with her parents. vionday in .March. the beft horses raifed qpon this cgnti- - Mrs Erni. wore silk trimmed with Mr Robert Duerson is back from nent; he beat the Union, the grand lace and net. Mrs. Grubbs was taste- - note witli interest the sale of the fullj' gowned in silk; Tdrs. W. Brewer Hnguely which will take Louisville, where he disposed of his fine Squirril, and others with great eafe .u the home of the deceased Feb- - crop of tobacco. and then ftood advertifed two years, wore silk and lace. i-Space will not permit of a description Mr. Hunter, of White Station, filled to run against any ftallion upon the-W. B, Potters, appointment at this continent, from one quarter to a mile,, of all the dainty and charming toiletJohn Trii'ble, who so fcuccessfully and met with no opponent. tes of the ladies present. Sulllce it to t'uiated a thresher last summer, place Sunday eve. Will be kept the prefent feafon by say there was no stint in the'number Miss .Merriette Jones entertained a .i.iveJ his engine to Union City, owhsta-.an- d beauty of rich and rare flowers We few ot her friends in honor of Miss Mr. David Alexander, at his he will run a grist mill. ble in.Madifon County, on Silver creek, used In hair and on bodices and the sallie Tevis. i patronize our neighbor, one mile from col. Barnett's mill, f6ur scene presented a gala appearance.. A Miller Davidson is on ihe sick list. ti. Todd, of Bloomingtiale Clark from Paint Lick, nine from Richmond; number of people from Liouisvi lie were made our people a short stay Mr. John Povvers who has been cou- - and will be let to metres at the reduced present. lined lo liia luuin tor the past two weeks price of Six Dollars the feafon, but 'ui last hearing. About 10:S0 the guests began to out Saturday. Lida and Willie Baxter, ot was able tu may be diooharged by the payment of tnaki their adieu to their host and county, who have visited their Dr. lluckauay who has deen quite Five Dollars by the 10th of October ' hostess, wishing thein many happy ; t at this place for teveral sictt lor the paot three weeks, is improv- jiext, in Wheat, Hemp, Loofe Tobacco returns f the day and all voicing one .itis. will shortly return to their ing last. or Pork on foot, at the market price. ; senument, that we were glad .we much to the regret of many ot X.XX-- , Thofe who may feel themfelves dn- - were there. Born, to the wife of Frank rieil'red. on tounguien. February loi, a daughter Sarah Eliza- pofed to favor me with their cuftom of lion. H. F. Bartine, may depend upon good treatmen ides regular services at the church beth. pant to prevent ac- Congress from Nevada, an ardent adand due attetuian next Saturday and Sunday, there WACO. cidents, but will not liable for auy vocate of the free coinage of silver, ite a special business meeting on and now editor of the bitnetallist, at may happen. ,ntay after noon. Mr. C. M. Emory left for Louisville that Was'iiugton, D. C , last, week deliver "11enky Dawson liLizzie Davis entertained her!j last i'tiuraday, lor a leu Uas visit, to ed an address before the Bimetallic March 25, 1807. lrieuils one evening since our last his cousin .Mrs. Mills. League of Cincinnati. Of tho out.Miss .Mat tie k. Covington spent, last Rev. and Airs. Las ley iVIcKee.ln New Albany. look of the silver cause Mr. Uartine : week in Kicnmoiid with Miss Addle The many friends of Rev. Lasley said PAIXTLWK. ,;We have certainly lost no ground Maupin on third St. Mckee and wife, lately of this city, .Miss Mary 1 Milier, of Speedwell, is ' will be pleased to peruse this notice of since the Presidential election and are Wt& Minnie Woods, of HuRUtfiville wiin lier eisier, Mrs. X. C. lion- - their fifth anniversary celebration, confident of victory all along the line, iMtingK. Woods and other fi lends. staying ny, aud attending schojl at froin the New Albany, (Ind.j Tribune, except in the Eastern States, within xliss Mollie Donglas, of Laneastei, is the next three years. We have been February 8: .in Miss Liza Kucker. of the seas u was making, however, heavy inroads upon Quite the affair Miss Ediih L. Searcy, of M. F. I. spent auutel Short, of Shelby County, is fciiturday ami Sunday with her parents, the reception given by Rev. and Mrs. the idnglo gold standard in the East. Washingisiting his brother W. T. Short James Lapsley McKee last night in The impression prevails at aud wile. lion. C. L. ton that the Democrats will have a Presbyterian Mrs. Thomas Fox and Miss Yeiser. of On Friday last, James Cornelison, our the parlors of the Third majority in the next National House M'.viile. is visiting Mrs. James Francis. well known IJybeeiowu potter, turned church, in celebration of the fifth an of Representatives We are absoluteThe parniversary iorge C. Moore who went to Wash- - out in a few hours, a full kill of beauti- lors were of their marriage. beautifully ly confident that there will be a good testetully and O to tand examination for ful six inch tiling, lu addition to his ton D. working majority in favor of the free ;,. mitmeut for cadet at West Point re liliug uiacuiue i.e has all the necessary decorated with palms and other potted coinage of silver in the next House of n'd home last week declining the machinery lor making pottery by steam, plants aud artistic draperies. New Al- Democrats, Silver Republicans aud beauty wlm-i- i (a of being a soldier. will be ready to put into oppera-iio- bany's fashion, culture and Populists, who will be united and stand were-ou- t eu masse, the affair amountMatch 1st. have re. B Ely and sou Buford together on that great issue. Yes, Mr. ing almost to a "crush?' I' their carnage Shop and made it lu his usual impressive style. Hey. S. A fine musical program was ren- Bryan retains his popularity "with the . Mory high. Tney .are anxious to A. Owen delivered a most excellent dered, llev. Mr. .McKee furnished people, and if a convention were tube iieir patrons jn their new house and ttie Baptist church Sunday morn- food for laughter by the rendition of held now to nominate a candidate for would be the only name lAiantee satisfaction in all their wjrk. ing. At the business meeting of the President a number of characteristic southern mentioned,his James Corueli unless some Eastern State Jnoi'ph and.leuuiiigs have bjugbtthe church on Saturday. songs, which were thoroughly enjoyooJs ot Lackey & Bm, and the latter son and Diiiard Fielder were elected ed and heartily encored. Miss Richie should name some man as a side show. deacons. Ordination services will be favored the guests with several pret- No, there is no disposition within the l give possession Maich 1st. ranks of the real silvrr people to held aaturday, before the second Sun- ty little Scotch ballads. i iie bachelors of Paint Lick are get change the ratio of 16 to 1 between married and scattering so, that the day in March. receiv- the two metals. To make it 20 to 'ig Mrs McKee was assisted in t destroy one fifth of the W. F. Baumstarkhasabouteomp!eted ei will have to have another name ing by a number of ladies of the would be motley value of all the silver of the winch is a thing ot churcn, chief among whom was .Mrs word", much of which has been coin his new pottery i.ies, "Bachelor Hotel" beauty. to be the ed at 15 and 15 to 1. The production G. Oscar Ernt, who RED HOUSE. toll uate, the right person in the right place, per- of silver and gold lastyear were about At the Drow.iinj Creek equal at the ration of 16 to 1. War pole has been replaced aud toll la being forming her duties with a charming with a foreign Power is the only thing or sidetrack N iTwithstaijidiug tile cold recent snap eolleeteu by Tom Turpin, formerly of grace and ease of manner which went that could subordinate Ued Honse. As the work had been done far toward making the affair the ''huge the financial issue before the people. looks well. The Cuban matter seems to be comhands, no succpss" that it was. J. B. Asher is shipping quite a num-t-- r by a crown of drunken boat ing to a head, butPresident.McKinley. by replacing it. About ten o'clock refreshments is a pliable man and will make no of walnut logs fiotn diilerent points tear was apprehended Mr. Turpin recently bought the house were served consisting of delicious move unless pushed forward by his u the tounty. The and t.voaud a half miles of turn pike cake and sherbet. Each guest received party He has no backbone. William G. Powell's tine hog for fn,m W. W. Pigg. annexation a souvenir a tiny bow of ribbon the advocates of Hawaiian majority in claims that they have a Midi he paid $75 was killed by auoth- Conirress. Miss Linda Gormley. of Richmond, is . color of the hostess' gown. I do not beleive that Ja- r liog while fighting a few days, siuce Rev. and Mrs. McKee were the re- - ,pan will oppose the annexation of the vwi.m.rAtiss Kamiv Jones. James Calebs has retnred from Knox cipients of a number of handsome islands by going to war with us. oanty with a number of sheep. years A madison County Horse of Ninety-oAgo. Mr. Haywood JoHes lost $75 this week through a dishonest employee who .Mr. Henry B. Dillingham, of this 'ie had buying walnut logs for him. city, has recieved a late issue of the (Mo.) Argus, from Biooks and wife are visiting Platte Mr. Jno. which we extract this notice of a horse their daughter, Mrs. James Dozier. Mrs. David Owens has returned from owned in Madison county at the opena two weeks visit to her son Jaies, near ing of this century. Says the Argus: Relow we reprint a horse bill exact Lexington. periodical for ti omen, wul enter upon Its a thoroughly volume in 1898. During the year it will be as heretofore ly as it was originally printed iu 1807. The citizens of Red House have put Elmore Brecken-ridg- e, A MIRROR. O? FASHION up a splendid suspension bridge a cross It is the property of among Pans and New York Eeh isue lll cicontain carefully pre-his fathand was found the advance fashions rfji drawimts Vork. Once a month Otter Creek which tuns through the raSlUOliS of Pans and New er's papers, who was but four years old town. A fashion the 1U2r will issue, free, a colored Colored in 1807; so the bill was probably saved fashion supplianent Cut paper patterns Supplement of certain gons in each nnmbef will be grandfather, as his lather bv Elmore's COLLEGE. IHLL. Cut Paper Patterns made a featuie.. These will be sold in William Black cjinion a uniform T. at the age of four, like all boys ol that . A Bi- - Week: Patter,, connection with each issne atpublUh bU pHce AIAK VlI, age, no doubt cared much more for vreetfy, free,, an outline pattern sheet. Sheet " C. F. Brock and wife,' from Newby, doggies" than literature on the sub LONG SERIALS AND SHORT STORIES visited his parents, Saturday and SunTiofamousautuorswillcontributelonR WILD EELEN ject of horses. The paper shows its - J seria! stories to the' Bazak in 1S9S. The Jtj liyLUAU BLACK day. age, but the printing is still very dis first deals with Scotch and Continental RAGGED LADY scenes, the second is a story of a young Oliver Brock and Willie Scudder, of tinct, after nearly 100 years. Here is By II'. D. HOH'ELLS girl, versatile, ana typically menan. of W. S. Red House, were the guest 1 These and a score of other equally Mary E. Wilkirrs the way the poster reads: prominent MTtters Brock. .,..,.- , ,u, wilt contnDute Octave tnanei in ,ga8. pajfta-loo, noted buxnino hokse, M P snnffnrif - raia :.ll.. ",C to a large and the Kev. Wyatt preached nS """"' . tw Mary E. WiikiM S ' F" M. Si Briscoe' . attentive congregation Sunday, mornDEPARTMENTS AND SPECIAL ARTICLES A beautiful dark ehesnut forrel, full ' g rHE.,LONDQN LETTER ing. OUR PARIS LETTER fifteen hands and a half high, now J6 I . By Mix. rOULTXBY BKELOir Pj KATH 4KISE DE fOKLSr years old, in good health, HUMOR Mrs.Syntha Webber who has been thirteen CLUB WOMEN By ,'Off A' X'E.VPXCK' BA.VGS By MARGARET H. ITFI.CH of vigor and entirely clear ol sick for sometime is some better. full There will be a series of articles n htiquette, Mnjie, tne omen, Voice. Art, the' Play, Women and Men, Leaders among blemifh; a horfe of great strength and ,w- Uardemng.j Housekeeping, uic ana nijuui, muwi moveCHEEK. activity, and of remarkable SILVER 10c, a Copy (Send for Free Protpqctusl Sub.. S4 a Year ments, which will be readily acknowlPostage free in tit United Stattt.iCan.tda, and iltxico. competent judge, who w. n. IIowcHs Addreit HAHPtrt & UKUintas, ruwisners, new mm vj OctaicTbiart Mrs. Martha Dozier, of Red House, edged by every, ..impartial- ex- spent last week with her sister Mrs. Dr. may take a, f air ; and abe'auti-fulMjhinaVabinet Ciucin-nati-Saturday, CORRESPONDENCE. allayed lin's Eyo and yery bad cases !nred by it. It :bing piles and sore nipples; ins, frost bites 2octs. per box. i Nol,a Single Item in tliis Great Store has'escapeed the keen edge of our sharp knife. We did not stop at Overcoats, Clothing anil Cloaks, but went down the line and applied the cold steal to each and every department in the house. The cost of eoods in many departments entirely lost sight of. our objict being to close out the entire line. Our Overcoats and Cloaks have been slaughtered unmercifully. They all go out at less than the former price, and many of them almost given away to clean them up. Many of the very best things are still to be had in this line and those who have waited until now to buy will reap a If you haven't bought your winter dress goods, dress trimmings or silks, come and get them. Don't think you haven't got the money, for just a little money goes a long way in this department. You can buy a grain sack full of shoes ami boots for what a few pairformerley cost you. We are selling in this great cut pric6 sale good heavy, winter shoes for ladies at C9c per pair. Good winterjboots for men at 1.19 per pair. Children's shoes almost put in to fill up the sack. - ' H '! i I Powders, are j when In bad d purifier and not food but I use to put a on. Price 25 s broke out in V $ n - rich harvest. -- ty f, Bruises, Ehen- - ;u-o- NOIL 25 cures keen-edge- d J ice, cents. f successors to V. The tariff on woolen goods does not effect the prices in this sale, as we have applied our knife to the carpet stock and if possible cut deeper than any other department. If you need anj' carpets for your houses this spring bu' them during this sale and save 25 per cent. Nice bleached table damask. 23c per yard; good red table cloth, full width, fast colors, 17c per yard; goxl outing e black cot- -' cloth will be sold at 4c per yard; full ton, clear of dressing, only 4Jc per yarn; Green Ticket e Sea If land cotLonsdale, only Gc per yard; nice ton, 4c peryard. Take advantage of this big sale and buy your calicos for comforts at our cut prices. yard-widyard-wid- u i t their arms up gn. j, - eat a Cascaret, i i. j hnteed, 10, 25c mayo lyr of groundhog order seyeral aT Him. We will offer during this sale one lot of abont 400 pair ladies' oxfords at 69c per pair. There is not a 6lipper in this lot that is not worth from $1.25 up to $2.50. but sizes are all broken and the lot is composed of several different kinds. Tan, black, white and all colors and shapes. Look through this lot while in the house, we want to close them out. Men's suits and parts of suits will be sold iu this sale Children's knee suits and youths and boys' long-pasuits have also felt the effect of our cold steel. i i'i-i- Jan. rs ' 13, 1897. I had been . - - n. Had a poor eat anything id constantly a r using three Il's Syrup Pep-- I anything my ity it has made Bowex. For j, ! What we have left in underwear will be sold at the following prices: Children's 10c vests at 5c; loc vests at 10c; 25c vests at 15c; ladies' 25c vests at 15c; 40c vests at 24c; 50c vests at 29c; men's 85c ribbed vests at 23c; men's 50c ribbed vests at 39c; men's 75c and 1 vests will be closed at one price, 49c; drawers to match all vests, same price as vests. at ridiculously low prices. In tliis sale you can get good men's hats at 39t; real fur hats for men, nobby and stylish, at 69c. You can save from SI to $4on a trunk by taking advantage of this cut price sale. Even before going to print people are staring in amazement at the low prices we are naming on goods and as this sale will bethoroughly advertised, our house will be jammed with eager purshasers. So get in line and follow the crowd. Get your plate Of the peaches and cream we are giving away before it is all gone. " feb2-l- m Thanking you before hand for your patronage of this sale and for your liberal past favors, we are very respectfull)-- , ptge with the iiral regions. I So. k 1 Bybee-lowi- i. act gently tver and bowels, fn, dispel colds, ual constipation y and try a box cents, bold&cd tnpgjsts. was sentenced rthe munlerof iCascarets, the c, thcranstwon-the age, p t cas-tast- e, OLDHAM & COMPANY. regulator ever mayl ly u ser-mon.-ai onnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn 3- 4 1 - 1& -- I RENGS II pr-ve- d h't ! I n ne li fi v. thirty-fir- st ' W" 11 w -- house has been sold and we have got to move. We have rented the store y occupied by T. H. Karr in the Qarnett House Block on Second Street, jwe will occupy about MARCH ist. We don't want to move any goods if we p it. We will, therefore, inaugurate at once A GREAT REHOVAL SALE. iit EVERYTHING TO GO AT CUT PRICES to make them move. ' u, -- ' ;" - rif-in- wk -, WEl ?$ at $5.o Now $4.00 that sold at $7.00 NOW $5.60 suits that sold at $i0,cto Noy $8.00 Suits thatsold at $13.50 N0W$I0.8o Overcoats sold at $6.(o JSfow $4.80 vercoats sold at $7.50 IOW $6.00 )vercoats sold at $9.00 oy $7.20 suits that sold -- Read and Profit! ... ' . Shoes Shoes Shoes 6v that sold at that sold at that sold at 2.50 qw $2.00 3.00 NOW $2.40 4.oo N()W$3.20 Tan Hoine Ins. Co., may be. had by "writ-in- g here which is""the- - frank'cpnfession.pf county agent J. TV, Chaney Berea, Mr. Adams, the. former editorof; the or enquire atFreeman.Bro. Richmond. Pantagroph. ' " It takes first class patronage to make, tf a first class paper, and while we envy-nA mass meeting will be leld in paper its just deserts, "we call upon'all; Bichmond at an early date to take steps towards securing manufacturing Democrats to Temember that those Tvho establishments for Richmond. Some deserve their patronage first are those, of our most prominent men "will de- who fought on the side of Democracy liver addresses on this occasion; this j when it cost something to fight her bat is a good more and sltotild be encour- tles When the hosts of Republicanism, catreached in aged by ourcitizens. . . jnliimdate'i many by theirarrogance and Mrs. Ann Watts wishes boarders, defiance.they wouWUot yield to coer-- . uay , weeK, or naoaui- - .kowbs empiy or do4 flaife or of place, but furnished. Lancaster Avenue, next stood the Bhock .of oattie. and 'qn in door to Cobe Taylor, opposite JEpisco-- the face 0f? Wearing!-- : 6ver,wheiiBing palChnreh. 3t en wlio.rakered odds. Theare'lh o tan 11, uut- mi,. ix xiocr xx 1rouuxiiLiEi. constijratiorij.haa" met with pheiibmenal A. F. Carlson, Xindstonn, Minn."", .took ' B ' oe Mr. H. J. TWMe. proprietor of White Station poworran'ci, bes)at. .was. nptonV.RW IIms JiWitAcwrplj who, Tved the. raVa wt HSi MMMsMfont;-- ' lA.MiwtA VMlAMAn Htc " . " " T- "abU-Mr Dmocicy ibf9mer. It rr.w ,iur)r' ,-- fla ,,; 'it ;yw 4r:k' bTbe PeattHa Dri Company, r' sale., jfilany druggists cannot say catarrh' of tho head enough;in praise ol its merits, as well aa Mfe. A and was cured. He its greilt popularity: with the.people; In delayed reporting for 10c trial, ilze and also in 50cand$l.'P0 several montns in order to see If cure, was '" r... if permanent; no eymp Oweiftborp's pioceert&vern burned' n....j'-i- r' toms reappearing, ,he ounuay. has concluded that the enre is permanenL.H. kNUN AM :TEAcures "Dfsp- Cos was troablfjdwith' iar Constfpaiorriiaa,.Indi t catarrn ounentaaanu :ni Begulates t&Liter.i Price, 25 cte. bowels Sir bottles of Porujua cured him, after fourteea'years. Koidh f peny.' Thoaa.'M scissors to yii ;; ." of eHforcedidleneS. : .g.L Jr''A t oiusniug up men .contaiBiij.y-- J :Op ncj;,poi8;w . z. A .. il- , : J- e cral hundred tofetimbniak, accoaiiwd-;e- l laetyii3Koijufc,.-- zr. t : T rrz r By'apeh pwtrait; of erinx cures ol eatarrh kall Jcwm aad. aUgee'lffPi-ra-nR- , will be fatot- -f M'.i a course of treatment with &XSF?- - 'I'.:-'- . d-- JK Now $8.00 Now $1.20 lS9Shoesjthat!soldat2.ob Now $lt6o ' - Dyercbats sold at$io.op Shoes that sold at $i.-sp. I a Hats that sold for $1.00 Hats that sold for $1.25 NoW $1.00 Hats that sold for $1.50 Now $1.20 Hats that sold for $2. 00 $1.60 sold for $2.50, Hats that $2.00 $5.M Effiersoa Sloes aid Patent Enamel h - - pfow $40o Noy 8octS - Iow Jor ' - ; . - - t - .. , Th is is an, ppportu mmil Take , rz:z 'u . mxici: h ,:--' ' - h . -- ' Bs;iwip:i.hTHi,uhAfv.. - .' t :TMHIi' qi-fu i .. i v : . a 5. y " r ,- iw4 1. - V M -- ivniHii f .::..vr: h. ' l m . .'Mvil I, ? ai . l'"l' liji ir. m-- M wew - !!. 'lfm-l'&ml- antgje bf.it arte supply yamm m: "r"v:: :,Mi '.1 rnfl aiji iha iiATniA jm vnAiip ,. bh.h m 'sfv f oes not oeeur often. --. "" "r. .W,. , -- , V, ' f "Wl i -- 4 it INT .- .M 1 11 M ' 'src ' - vt?---j -- -'- :- '... n - .; ,- - . I ll'fTilti w --." - ', - I II 1 1 .JalfluPlJ mmmm. - I' ' - ' - -; -- viRfcA jKWX. ' Hatter, M IteFirBiifir. ?n mart. . H mm mimbm."" ' - fliH- -- " Colaauu, OrwdlOTOcarki. BayKTofcyoefoar " -- ' ' ,M u -- .L L. . llCtPl li'.i'1 U II ll li'iJUIlMlIji M iiMl :jijUlMaflLll!M.l j a. MXMEMBER XOYEttBMR S, 18H7! ycSBS. 't MM 1 run rrj ,r a . " ::SADDLERY.:: DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES. discussing-"Democrats 11 r I HlfllRfeflHi f. i:f ir 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. febM-t- At Waltbii AzBKii's Geo. White. Liveby Stable. f j MS GALL $W& ( fillTERSf 1 V "THE STYLISH PATTERN." Ar- tislic Fashionable- - OrlginaL Perfect-Rttinj'. frizes l u aim 10 cents. None higher. None better at any price. Some reliable merchant sells them in nearly every city or town. Ask for them, or they can be had by mail from us ia either New York or Chicago. Stamps ta611 Latest Fashion Sheet sent uooa receipt of one ceat to pay postage. wri I I i MSGALLS MAGAf 18E Brightest ladies' magazine published, i Invaluable for the home. Fashions cf G the day, Horns Literature Household I Hints,' Fancy Vork, Current Topics, 7 Fiction, all for only 50 cents a year, in- - 6 eluding a free pattern, your own selec- - I stirnpj T tion any time. Send two 6 for "ample copy Address 142-14- THE McCALL COMPANY,' 6 ? & 'y ap Vest 14th Street, New York. JB9 Fifth Avenue, Chicago. I FARM iFORi SALE The undersigned has a arm of 300 acres, as a whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at private sale, situated at WHITE'S - STATION, county. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc, within a half mile of White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. TERMS Sate will be made cash, balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, address one-third on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well watered. There is no better land in Madison Geo. D. White, tetau Wanted-f- in White's Station, Ky. Protect your Ideas, ther may bring you wealth Write JOHN WKDDERBDRX & CO Patent Attor neji, Washington. D C for their tlJBUO prize offer and list ot in o hundred inventions wanted. . tih&AA a idea Who can think ot some slmpie tMng to patent? 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IlEIHE Anvone sendlns a sketch and description may quickly ascertain oar opinion free whether an invention is prohsbly patentable, Communications eulctlrconadenUaL Handbook on Patents ent free. Oldest ocency for eecunnppatent. I'atents taken throneh Jlunn A Co. recclvo ptcial notice, without chsrgc. In the rTfivii trade marks Designs Copyrights &.c. Scientific JfrnerfcatL A handsomely ll!ntnitl weeklv. Jjircest of any ncicnunc journal. Ter.ns, (3 a year: four months fi. Sold by all newsdfialern. MUNiN&Co.36jbt. Branch Office, C5 P 2&-- New York D. C. St, Washineton, L. & N. R. II. K. i: DIVISION'. Is Effect LV. A. M. G.20 Nov. 7, 189C. livprcss for Cincinnati, AEV I'.in-J- . Mavsville. Win. P. si." clicw'er anI lexinjrton m til 7.20 ('uifiunaii P. M. 2.00 L-05 3.19 r. si. 1.15 11.43 A. M l. inch ester and .evjiiirton mail. 1.00 ving-itonLoudon, Jel--I'ineville. 12 55 'a', line for Livingston, lon.Jellico Knoxville 319 ra-- t line for Cincinnati. P. M. ti ' P.iri, Mays- - , 'n i -- .ins Vt inchester. Uoil.ind Lancaster and tanforrl. 11.43 A. M. 7:30 Stanford. 7:05 For f (filler particulars call on or address, KUPER HOOD, Agt. Telephine 78 Iatil, Lancaster aud 10:10 mr rASTiiotmn. i.v liilvvlilo Ar Shi'llivtllli' Ar niMfirs Ar Ar Vcrs-illlc- SOUTHERN RAILWAY. I I UN ItKSTlKKY KrliMlnta In affect Den. 8. 1807. I Ii i v.i luttiMi. I.v . .... ... 05pm Ham 5.40pm lOUhim 6.30pm IttSlam &S2pm i) No. L I 7 45am Na 5. No. 3. iSpm 907pm 7 BfiOpm lOOS'pm 10.35pm ifo 6. Na2. Ka 4. Ar VrrutillrN. rfiiii'b"- Ar Ar Ar l.iiuivlllc. ... li 4.20pm 4.40am ROdntn 4.4fipm 8.2tii 5.10pm 6.21am H 16am SKJpm 10.50am 7.30pm 77am 7.35am Obsorra-IKm Train No 1. I'liair (Ur-KASTIMlflMI 2, 5 and 0 cArry Pre WESTBOUND. Nil IXjNn. II stations. iNa 12.' Na 14. 4 0Tiin 7 4n)I.T Ixiulsvil Arl 7.30pm lafiOara r.3..H,10ramAr lirncbrgAr 5.05pm 8.20am 7.rrnin, 7 III r.UmlAr liarodsbsAri .lpm 7J0am iipniill otainlArllureln.. Lvl 4.08pm! 7.20am KASTIIOUMl No. lS.jtNo.K7l ' WtSTBODND. STATIONS. Na Ar Ar Ar Ar 15. Cam I.v Loulsvil B Ham Ar Shelbrll GM).Hi MariamAr Verslles 7 iripni'li uumlAr Midway 7 iini - tspni Ar Ucortttn KANTJUIUMlT 8.14am 7.55pm 7.25am L.T 7.05am lOOam 7.30pm tNafa 5.59pm 4.15pm 3.38pm 3.00pm WESTBOUND. V.L No. 1. i No 5. STATIONS. tNa'citNa 2. 7 4.UIII1 4 IfiprnjUv Louisvll Ar l(X50am 7J0pm )(I-i- iin &.-ti4.40pm I.v Verellei A II iridiu 7 XipmAr Nichlvill Ar CSam XSOpm 1 1 !"pi k .tyjimi Ar icicnmna ur COSam 2JBpm lUSpm1. .. lAr Irvine Lv 125pm I Na 1. 1 Na 3. ; sta riorca Lv Ij nNville. 7.45am 7.45pm ... lOSoam lft35pra Ar ltinia.,!! 7.10pm 7.45am Ar In..xvni. ArA-'ictlite 1.39am LISpm Ar Savannan. .. .... ........ 5.00am .. ..... 9.10am Ar .lwsonyllle .. Ar t'hmianuoii 55pm 6.00am 10.40pm 1.10pm Ar Atlanta L05am Ar Macon . 8.45am ........ Ar Jacksonville Lv C3tattanoosa .... 0.10pm ft. loam 10.05pm 12.50pm Ar lii.minKham 2.3Jam 9.50pm Ar Wiulilian 1 8.30am ArNi'wr Orleans 8.30am ...... ... ......... ... ....... No carrirs Free Chair car Louisville to Lrxiiwtum. there connecting with Solid Vestibule Train carryins Vullman Sleeping Car to JatWmtillc via Chattanoosa; also to New Orleans. No. 3 rarrles Fnllman Sleeper Ix)u!srlllo to Cliatuuioosa, also Lexington to Jacksonville via IloiPprlnjss Asbevtllcaua Pullman TJnioa Sicrjx--r Lcxlnston to New Orleans. 1 re- - , i iDailyexceptSunday. S.T.SwirT.P.&T.A., ixraUville, Ky. Tjexiiijrton. Ky. W. II G iiBcs, Gea. Supu, X M. CCXJ, T. M WasWaeton, D. Whiutoa. D.G, "VVjCH.TATWK,A.aPA. - a wr' W . mLf 4iMiMta " mssk - t- - "iiKfei ' i'''Mlillimi.-.L. - J - 'j? ... - - J , ' - se L. . n-- '. t .. ! and Their Policy," gives .articles of thqse'towns or not, and could Reported every Tuesday at noon by jiot toll how ho got to Shelby ville. He utterance to the right sort ol doctrine. E. Deatherage & Co., Staple and .Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. First, "principles are everythinu Par- Js doubtless tho same man who, gave his name as A. H. Bovv-i. tita aro of value only as agencies for car claiming to represent the Midway rying out prencinles." That statement EGGS 12ic cash. 15 in trade. t vieHr vfcs BUTTER-Cho- ice may be trite, but it is"true; it is especi- - Clipper, and it is likely that he is tho country, 1215c. Wt-n. urn m. H . i BEESWAX 2025c. at this time, when those who same man referred to in the following allv true B Bw VX-mJ3m SB R am F&1 m W9 Mr For all diseases peculiar to women and girls. w i H opposed the principles of the party in clipping from this Lexington Leader: DRIED FRUIT Apples bright, Tones up theNcrves, Improves the Ap- - jl . ''A slick stranger who claims to be a petite. Enriches the Blood, and gives uie. W. Clear grease wool, 1820c; the last campaign aie knocking on the Health and Strength. It. is the , L. !K Jw-7- ?r BmaKmbii3Tlf-dKZ.?Rb-"Pr t&15 UTikQ a a door and demanding that room shall be newspaper man delegated to write bio- burry, 10 15c; tub washed, 25c tTt- i b. ibb-- - wKzsj?r7 i. graphical sketches of leading citizens is QUEEN OHEESE-Count- ry, mitde for them in the reserved seats. 10c. MaKIM XBS C0MPIXXIOH CLEAR. (V ij) TIMOTHY There is plenty of room for them even swindling merchants and professional 05. A bottle of "Alonthly" Regulating W reserved'seats, and there is no men in the cities in Central Kentucky. CLOVER 50. in the fCDCCT orPills with each bottle. For sale by w .11 sent direct upon rece pt of price by w BLUE GRASS SEED-Stripdesire on the part of any patriotic Dem- In Paris he claimed to represent tho 40 j Both tho method and results when ocrat to throw any obstlcle in the way Oyntbiana Democrat, and collected mon- - 50c; extra clean, & New Spencer Med. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. K 6075c; fancy clean, LADIES' SPECIAL TREATMENT: in Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant of their return. Certainly there are ' 7 for extra paperscontainingthesketch pure seed, Sl(g$1.35. cases requiring special treatment, address, "j, JX and refreshing to the taste, and acts abundant reasons why they should re- which ho proposed to write. In Win giving symptoms, Ladles' rUdical De-- JK K partment. Advice and book on Female j& gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, $100.00 IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY. X Diseases, with testimonials, free. turn. If they possess a spark of Dem- Chester he claimed to be an agent of Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- ocracy it should spring into a glowing the Bourbon 2feys, hut had his game The Youth's Advocate, Nashville, tem effectually, dispels colds, headrnr Mocked by the prominent citizens who For Sale and Recommended 6 habitual flame when they behold the terrible queried the News by telephone about Tenn., a sixteen page illustrated journal aches and fevers and cures enactment a paper that is read with interest and Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to "W. constipation. Syrup of Figs is the spectacle that is in proccssof dec8-lat Washington the administration and the stranger. At Mt. Sterling the man profit by people of all ages offers one G.Vhite. septs-i- y only remedy of its kind ever prothe government in complete control, used the name of the WinchesterDemo-cra- t hundred dollars in gold to the person to the taste and acduced, pleasing to further the bcheme. He is who will form the greatest number of ."1 ceptable to the stomach, prompt in the gold syndicates dictatingwhat shall iui poster." 'Br-- ' i;i;.i be done; the dominant party supine at words from the name "dracgiion." It w-i j its action and truly beneficial in its Several of our professional men were JSiLY effects, prepared only from the most the feet of plutocracy; incompetence on hand at his trial and testified to the also offers free, a bicycle, gold watch, or in the administration aud inaction in Bcholorship in Draughon's Practical Bushealthy and agreeable substances, its claims he made to being the agent of many excellent qualities commend it the Republican Congress; the Dingley the Local; and Mr. Ed wrads, editor of iness Coliege, Nashville, Teun., GalvesA complete line of everything usually found in a first-cla- ss eery point, and tho ton or Texarkaua, Texas, or in some to all and have made it the most tariff a failure at harness shop, and at prices never before equaled in Spanish butchers plying their trade that paper, was here and denied any other school. Every person who enters popular remedy known. Whips. Lap knowledge of tho man or that he had the contest will get a premium of eome Richmond. Harness, Saddles, Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 under the guus of two vessels of the re- any authority to make contracts for the al; all prices, just to suit the purchaser. Rugs, kind. Send at once for free sample copy cent bottles by all leading drug- public This lawful spectacle of subsidised paper. After hearing the testimony of the paper which will explain all, "We have employed Mr. Joe Batson, of Winchester, and ex !v -- a gists. Any reliable druggist who statemanshFri; this oxtraordinay display and arguments Judge Tipton held him Contest closes April 20, 1898. o pf pert saddler, who can make any kind of saddle needed, ana Kfsi 0 may not have it on hand will prowe only ask your inspection to convince you. We mry tor cure it promptly for any one who ofgreed, should be enough to drive to answer at the next term of Circuit DE LOME'S BAD BREAK. wishes to try it. Do not accept any every man who "has a just notion of Court in tho sum of five hundred dollars, cash and sell for cash, not charging enormous prices to make Democratic hopes and purposes straight and in default of bail he was sent to substitute. up lor lost debts. We also make a specialty in repairing. into the arms of the party of the people, jail, where he will doubtless remain Sensational reports concerning the Give us a call. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. RICHMOND HARNESS CO., there to abide until great public wrongs until next 3Iay. discovery of a letter alleged to have SAN FRANCISCO, CAL 107 East Main St. T. M. M'g'r. SEW YORK, N.f. Brown says his home is in St. Louis. been written by DeLome, the Spanish UDUMILIE. AT. an remedied, and until all lagislation nov!7-l- y thirty-fivyears of age, minister, in which McKinley is severeinimical to the welfare and interest of He is abnut jan5-lheavily-builwith heavy brown mous- ly criticised, are now exciting admin the honest masses is abolished. County Court Days. An elegant line of the X u think -12- 6-ECONOMIST Wanted-f- in of some simple Idea Who canpatent? It is in view of these things that The tache and wore a brown suit of clothes. istratidn circle at Washington. The est and Latest Pattern Paris, Bourbon county, first "Monday, thins to letter is alleged to have been sent by Protect vonr ideas: thev mT brine you wealth. Constitution, no,les3 earnestly than Richmond, Madison county, first Mon Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Write JOHN WEDDEKBURN & CO- - Patent AttorDeLome to Joso Canalejas, the neys, Wasblngtdn. D. Cfor their $1,800 prize offer other Democratic newspapers, is invitand list of two hundred inventions wanted. HAMBURGS AND LACES, Best Salve in the world for Cuts. RANGES day. The Spanish editor, who was on a ing all men, especially those who were Lexington, Fayette county, second by the false lights ot Cleveland-ism- , Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, SaltRbeum Fever visit oi inspection to Cuba and was-misled Monday. to take their places in the ranks of Sores, Tetter, Chapped Handc, Chil- stopping at tho Hotel Iugletewa, Ha. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monall Skin Eruptions, vana, where the letter was addressed. those who represent the people. Xot blains, Corns, aud SPECIAL Line WHITE GOODS in plain .c . day. Democracy is a party; not and positively cures Piles, or no pay reAmong other things, DeLome is because the checked Indian Linens, Cheek Nanbook.. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monbecause it is an organization, but because quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect charged with saying the following: day. Cheek and Striped Dimities, Pereals, (iir. satisfaction or money refunded. Price "The President's message was undeit represents the interest of the people Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. hams, etc. 25 cents per box. For sale by Perry & ceived the insurgents, who expected because it stands for principles that are Nicholasville, Jessamine county, thin! of vital import to human liberty and to Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to "W. something else, and has paralyzed the Monday. G. White. dec!5 ly action of Congress, but I considered it the safety of the republic Also an Elegant Line of Table Linens, Winchester, Clark county, fourth bad. That is why we are constantly referrMonday. ALL GRADES. CORRESPONDENCE. "Besides the natural and inevitable the Chicago platform. We do homes and ing tonot because it was framed nt ChiInsure Versailles, woodford county, fourth coarseness with which he repeats all this, rvTk Monday. business USTGS STATION. that the press aud public opinion of cago; not because it is a party platform, Spain has said of Weyler, it shows one butbeca use itrepresonts those principles Estill County. c t FREC: S20.00 rJ COLO. . what McKinley is weak and catering that are more important than men or 1 SI Cr Bicycle.QoId Watch, Diamond V Scholarship in Ring, or a parties. As we viewthe situation, those Miss Eliza Lanter, of Madison county, to rabble, and, besides, a low politician, Business I Draughon's Practical Tenn.. or represent four of the most Democrats who opposed tho platform is a guest of Mrs. G. W. Woodson this who desires to leave a door open to me College, Nashville, A WU J "w Texarkana, Tex or a scholreliable Insurance Companies last year, and who have gibed at it week. and to stand well with the jingoes of arship in most any other reputable business college or literary school in the U. S. can be secured since, can afford more easily to accept in the United States and Holy Witt, of Station Camp, was down his party. bydoinga little wort at home for the Youths journal Advocate, an illustrated A dispatch from New York, commentask for a share of that declaration than they can afford to one day last weeb oh business. y Roofing, Guttering It is in character, moral in tone, and give even direct countenance to the ing on this matter says: especially interesting and profitable to young patronage. -3Tour Miss Sarah Barnett, of Berea, spent people, but read with interest and profit by peogrinning spectacle of greed now on exand General "The authenticity of the letter is not G&divXtyifcG&lG) ey ple of alt ages. Stones and ether interesting last week with relations here. She has doubted by the junta. The original at ROCK, S. matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. hibition in Washington. 15 years. before for Job Work. Agents wanted. Tenn. Youths' Advocate Pub. Address , fUp Stairs). The New York Journal says that all not been here 26, Sec. the junta's office, 56 New street, is said Co., NashviUe, Mention thispaper.J augl8-IDemocrats should freely discuss the Mrs. N. B. Tnrpin, of Richmond, spent to be on the official stationery of the part' policy and canvass tho respective several days among relations at this Spanish legation. point last week. merits of possible candidates, but "The discovery of the letter created f ! J. T. Hayslett made a flying trip to a profound sensation among the New "when all possible lights has been OF and the decision of the majority ha3 Richmond last Thursday. York Cubans. No news that has come been pronounced, let the majority suJoe Rice left last Thursday for Mis- from Cuba for a long time has interestbmitthat is Democracy but until then, souri, where he will make his future ed them half so much. let every honest opinion be welcomed.' home. "The man to whom De Lome wrote SILVER THE ISSUE IN 1300. ? HE PATS THE a OF LEXINGTON, KY, J. X. Turpin has been appointed was Jose Canalejas. Canalejas is editor That also is Democracy, and the conNotary-publi- c for Estill county. stitution subscribes to it most heartily. of the Heraldo in Madrid, the acknowlMoney the Pricing Instrument O. K. Nolaud, of Portwood, was over edged organ of the Sagasta ministry. Let it be understood that those who are 0"rP,a"i is a new application of an old pr.n. CONTAINS BOTH. in the minority will submit to the will here last Friday on business. He has for years been an intimate friend PI based upon tlie actual experience of sucee-.fYOD PAY FOR THE . of the majority fairly pronounced, and Ci'ilization and Progress Hara Kept and confidant of Sagasta Last fall he ance companies, covering a period of over 200 years. The same print , -HOOK DR Step With Moner Supplj In All Ages. both, only acted as sort of an unofficial agent for paj-- wliile vou 1J.VE. Daily, b3T mail, - - - $6ayear there is hardly a limit to the discussion County. Entill Sagasta to sound the Cubaus on the of Democratic policy. TH EY pav when vou DIE. The unbroken Daily &Sun'3r, by mail, $S ayear custom ot the party has been to permit W E offer the INVESTMENT feature. autonomy proposition. The Money Question discussed in the THEY protect in case of DEATH. I am not a subscriber to the Climax great freedom in such discussion, the "Armed with full credentials from the light of experience and history. With them, death is the moving factor, causing the payment of understanding being that the minority but it is a welcome visitor to our home Madrid ministry he reached Havana Phone 3. Second St. nite and fixed mathematical rule, in lieu of death, matures the policy.the policv wit ' M shall finally submit to the will of the every week. My nephew M. F.Walker is early List December. It was there that a subscriber and we very often swop he received this RICHMOND, KY. INSURANCE IS A LAW AVERAGE. is the greatest Sunday News- majority. letter from his friend papers. Am fully in sympathy with Senor de Lome. But when these discussions seize ou on so many men out of a thousand dyin? we figure on so manv 00.1 They figure paper in the world. The leading Bimetallic Paper oE America. kill the man we kill the policy principles that is another m.itter. We the principles expressed in your paper, "So astonishing was its contents that ."GOOD TIMES HAVE COlflE rra'I, S2 a year. have a ery vivid recollection of the fact being a life long Democrat anil Brjan Canalejas could not help telling some of Price 5c. a copy. There is no reason why a rnaa should die to reap the benefit of his investment. TJ. S. Senator W. JL STEWART, Editor. Von can afford to indulge yourself or your that a recent discussion pver Democratic free hilverite from the ground up. I be-l- his friends in tho palace about it. It family in the luxury of a Good weekly newsAddress THE SUN, New York. We return an average of $2.78 for every dollar paid us, and yet we assume an cb e that Congress-oughto say what our was the subject of much gossip among as great as has been assumed and paid for years by the, leading life paper and a quarterly magazine of fiction. than A. correct account of the doings of principles caused the minority to set up Congress given each week. You can get both of these publications with companies of America. ache and Rheumatism relieved in buiues3 for itself -- the smillest mi currency shall be instead of a few bank- - the officers of the cpUin general's by Dr. Miles' Ncrvo Plasters. A family paper for the home and firealmost a library of good novels for $s per year. abont twenty people Per OUR MISSION Rn,y THE SOUND AAD (HEALTHY, cent, of theNB8D IT'Sar- -D nority that ever engaged in such a futile ers, w ho are ow tied, boots and breeches staff." side. All the important happenings of O.M.Y WHO LEAST by Lyman J. Gagertf, I futrherbelievo TOEJOCRfttt CAt omra ufe lvsdbaxce. Why should there not be a means provided whereby tn the week, condensed, in news columns. adventutc. eaghty 80) per cent, of the population can carry an investment THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE f A large circulation in every State and W 50CIET Some idea of the cost of firing a big can get life insurance? Our mission is to open the door to the the same as th favore ien Therefore, when there is discussion that Congress should shape its Legislaentire population tc Territory. same or greater benefits for an equal or less expenditure, considering the advantage to ture in obedience to the w ill of the gun of our new navy maybe gathered let it be understood that it refeis to the nved, and those advantages may be enjoyed during life by the one making the invjstraen Long Troubles and Consumpton Can be policy of Subscription l'rlce, SI Ter Year. g from the fact that an the party aud not to its prin- masses instead of the classes. Send for sample; agents waated. Cured. NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. We have not had any one Lilted for projectile from a ciples, and at tho end of it, the minority gun cost will, as Mr. Cleveland described it, but six or eight days in '"these ends of the S377.62, and it takes 430 pounds of powoy tne That our clan is popular and based upon sound business principles, is niDiisnea weeKiy jl An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist AEWYQflK largeand increasing membership, asshownbyourremarkable'ExhibitofGrowth eviden c . did not do, 'submit to the arbitrament earth" which seems to argue better der to send it on its mission of destruc- S Silver Knight Publishing Co., So mt m-asaMaVes a Free Offer to Our Readers. d thorough investigation. No statement' rnaa for its brightness and tho most cannoTbe'verifibyaltua times amongst us. tion. A of,the national convention." gun can be fired once WASHINGTON, D. C. complete General Weekly covering a wider The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Capt. J. M. Thomas, of Ford, is doing in every three minutes. A common range of subjects suited to the tastes of raea Others Make Money. Why Not You? Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reBOGUS NEWSPAPER MAN ARRESTED. gun costs $116.63, feb2-and women of culture and refinement than any an immense amount of logging along shell for a liable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchia, Journal ever published. Subscripttoa price, The endorsement given this Company by the investment of bankers, lawyers mercca projectiles for the waters of Station Camp Creek. J. and the throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn minujters, doctors, railroad men, mechanics in fact, men of business sagacity $4 per annum. in even uca- coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline V. Fowler is foreman of the work with the same gun at least $500 each. One SCRIBNER'S life is an evidence of the soundness of our system. Shelby Sentinel. TALE5 FROM TOWN TOPICS, a aSpaga and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions Send for official literature giving plan in lull. charge of powder for a 13 inch gun is several subordinates. Quarterly Magazine of fiction, appearine tho of wasting away, will send THREE FREE Chief of Police Pimberton doubtless BOT1LES (all different) of his New Discovfirst day of An gun can be D. C. Alcorn, the eyer joval, good 550 pounds. eries to any afflicted reader of the Climax made an important arrest last Friday 1898. cember, and March, June. September and Depublishing original novels bytha fired once in a minute; a writing for them. gun Mrs A. T. Million, Local Agent, best writers of the day and a mass of short His "New Treatment" has cured thousands when he placed in jail a man who gave hearted fellow, is operating along the 420 times an hour. But it is the total permanently by its timely use, and he considstories, poems, burlesques, witticisms, etc his name as A. H. Brown ami claimed Cavenda and Ross Creek section. KICHMOND. KENT! b ers it a simple professional duty to suffering of powder and shot fired awav in one A GP.EAT PEOGP.AMME. Subscription price, fz per annum. A. SMITH BOWMAN, Sect'y, Lexington, Ky. to ltjpresent the Henry County Local, at humanity to donate a trial of his infallible jan28-lMrs. M. C. Williams has gone to Club price for both, $3 per onnnra; The Story of the Eevolution, by Senator hour's engagement which is most imcure. Henry Cabot Lodge, to run throughout the Tenn., to visit herjdaughter. Science daily develops new wonders, and New Castle. Brown, by pretending to You can have both of these if yoa Sttbscri'oo pressive as illustrating the immense year (For the first time all thtf modern art this great chemist, patiently experimenting for be here for the purpose of writing a do NOW and a tonus of 10 Mrs. M. F. Walker is thinking of strides ONE OF TWO WAYS. Some years, has produced results as benificial to and resources which the costliness of naval forces the Revolution. will be brought te bear the list below. Regularnovels selected from upon humanity as can be claimed by any modern scriptive article of the city, her commer- coming to your city soon, in order to "be Howard Pyle and a price for each, SO corps of artists are making over 100 paintings cents. All sent postpaid. genius. His assertion that lung troubles and warefare has made iu late years. Grave errors, injustice, wrongs cf expressly for this great work ) consumption arc curable in any climate is cial prospects, and short sketches of the treated for catarrh by Dr. Gibson. The bladder was created for one purRemit 3s in New York exchange, express or proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," most prominent business and professionCaptain A. T. Mahan's "The American Navy Burglars are operating in George- in tho Eevolution,' ' to be illustrated by Carlton postal money order, or by registered letter, pose, namely, a receptacle for the urine, greater or less degree, arise from u fc filed in his American and European laboratoTrade at this place is pretty fair together with a ries in tbousaua i rom those cured in all parts al men, succeeded in getting small sums hard times. We. of the town. S. S Moore's clothing store T. Chapman, thermarine artist; Harry Fenn, by numbers, to list of the to novels selected, i and as such it is not liable to any form of knowledge of the truth, acd rccre of the world. and others ot disease-exceMedical exper concede that bronchial, of money from a number of our people. mountains rannot see but little differThomas Nelson Pace's First IjOng Novel, was robbed of $300 worth of goods by one or two ways. frequently from deception. TOJTV TOPICS. chest and lang trollies lead to Consumption, "Red Rock A Chronicle of Reconstruction. " , Ho was suspected by the police imme- ence detween a Cleveland panic aud a Sunday night. This is the fifth busi- Mr. Page SOS Fifth Avenue, Sow Vorlc) The first way is from imperfect action of which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cerhas demoted four jears to the story, The most infamous case on re rd diately upou his arrival and an answer McKinley boom, confidence and pros- ness house to be burglarized in two and he considers it his best work. (Illustrated tain death. the kidneys. The second way is from Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M. C, 88 Pine by B. West ClinedinjtJ n of deception and injustice is th. COUSIN OFTHFtCI.NG. Ky Budyard Kipling, l.ichanl Harding Davis, street. New York, givingpostofficeand express to a telephone message to New Castle, perity eloped to parts unknown in 180G weeks. carelets local treatment of other diseases. address, and the free medicine will be prompt- announcing that no such man was in the Joel Chandler Harris, George W Cable, and to demonetize silver as a m- ly sent. Sufferers should take instant advanguess they'll ? SKIRTS Of LHANCr Uv Opuia A01rt others, arc under engagement tci contribute and have not yet CniSF CATJS2. tage of his generous proposition. stories dnring 1S03. employ of the Local, removed all doubt be here in 1900. -- ANTHOSY KENT. nr Chj.!c StokM Wivr,. of final redemption in the Un.tea C. Unhealthy Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer Robert Grant s "'Search-LigECI.IPSB OP VIRTUE. letters" re- "-Qiamplon M neys is the urine from unhealthy kid- States. of the fact that the man was an imposjly'-l- y in the Richmond Climax. plies to vanous letters that carre in conseil "MPEAKABLE SIREN. Br 6: chief cause of bladder quence of his "Reflections of a Mraried Man" WHAT THE TARIFF DOES. tor. He was allowed toproceed until it DENVER. Br Cllmci McKoidrte. There is no learned judge, and "The Opinions of a Philosopher" troubles. So the womb, like the bladBr Darld CMttUe MuirtT. . was demonstrated beyond doubt that "The Workers" in a new field Walter A. l"Jl vIJ5AU.n"-APVS- der, was created lor one purpose, and if lawyer, or court of justice that Wyckoff, the collega man who became a la- lIiTrJt,iiA tf.G? FOR ,IATE. Vynne t Harold R. money had been paid him by those who Gradually the people are beginning to p borer, will tell about his expenenci! with SULPHUR Br V. - Ue Leoal not doctored too much is not liable to capable of reconciling the effort w.Tti tMl VP0I"" fOK a laborers and anarchists in Chicago. (Il- i"Z?U5 ;?,"tG MAN- - B Champion Bluell. would have no hesitation in swearing find out why the tariff law was passed, HAPNESS. Bj Att Xlnaa weakness or d'sease, except in lustrated from Jife by WV R. Leigh.) "ctan1" rare cases. the constitutional laws that govern to that fact and he was arrested. The Theatre. The Mine, etc , wall be treated IiZilll5T?7i:K,S.HECPER"'IE",rr- - BHlioMR Vymaf says the Chicago Dispatch. in "The Conduct of Great Businei-.- " series (as OP PASSION fit is situated back of and very close to the issue of money in this country mT?AI-JAB, Junn CUlliL A was not passed to secure revenue At his examining trial Tuesday, TO LOVU. B. loum It the bladder, therefore any pain, disease Vt vl were "The Wheat Farm," "The Newspaper," ZJLff 3r T feb2-t- f etc., in 97), with numerous illustrations. Brown acknowledged that he camehere nor was it passed to improve the condi- rwT"Wi rJJ!J''kr The people have been deceived, Life at Girl's Colleges like the articles on 3r inconvenience manifested in the kidA Book for Young and Old. "Undergraduate Life at Harvard. Princeton from Lawrenceburg and that he had re- - tion of the wageworkers. It was passed neys, back, bladder or urinary passage is officials in power, chosen to adminisand Yale,'' and as richly illustrated. to protect trusts. Its operations have Political Reminiscences by Senator Hoar, sften, by mistake, attributed to female ter justice under the laws, hav e who has been in public life for years. Frankfort li SECURE OUR increased the profits of all the great C- D. Gibson will contribute two serial sets of weakness or womb trouble of some sort. ignored their sworn duty, and given drawings during- 8, 'A New YoikDay" and combines of this, country and have RECORD NERVOUS li Ttieserror is easily made and may be as aid to the scheme Seven Ages of American Wonan.' V "The that has paralyzed caused a vast number of new combines In Effect March 1, 183?. I ijasily avoided. To find out correctly, BLOOD f Esri'1878 S?la c iAPW industry, reduced property values to be formed. At the same time, and as zzsa f?et your urine aside for twenty-fou- r yjL- DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. I 250,000 " If a orice can be nlacedon oain. 'Mother's a necessary consequence, the cost of f, SKIN& and beggared millions. Jours; a sediment or settling indicates Friend is worth its weight as an living has been increased, the trusts be ator. My wife suffered morein soldminutesalleviWoman 9 DlSMSFrv in ten fifa-MMiwith There is no authority of law, either EAST BOUND. cidney or bladder trouble. The mild PRIVATE either other than she ing placed in position to charge con- together wjthother two children previouslydid al--I a.m. p.m. find her last, having used the extraordinary effect of Dr , or by inference, by which Lve Frankfort, , 6 30 's specific 3 00 MEN four bottles of Mother's Friend.' It is a blessing sumers more for tile necessities of life. D15EASES , , The present schedule of Illinois Central Rail- Arr Elthorn 6 45 3 20 Swamp-lioo- t, to any one expecting to become a mother," says road, in addition to shortening the time tn " Switzer. the trreat kidney and gold alone is made the only money Z SI 6 51 CURED That little differential on sugar alone a customer. Memphis and New Orleans. hasmadeit"Easier Stamping " Duvalls Ground.. .. . 702 34a bladder remedy, is soon realized. Jf you with which to discharge debts, either 7 08 Thus writes Henderson Dale, Druggist, man tsver" to reacn art points in Arkansas, 3 58 Is there anything costs the American people $20,000,000 a Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California The 720 4 15 need 'a medicine you should have the public or private. year. The treasury of the United States of Carmi, 111., to the BradGeld Regulator splendid train serv ice with which theIllinols Lve Georgetown . more wholesome, The eflort to Georgetown8 00 4 30 Company, of Atlanta, Ga., more beautiful, more completely pleasing does 'Ft At druggists fifty cents and one make it so is proprie- Central's 8 12 Vestibuled 4 45 dollar. not get one cent out of this vast tors and manufacturers ofthe Mother's "LimitPd."Memphis and New OrleansEasier Than Arr Newtown.. . . ou may have a sample bottle unconstitutional and a - 8 2i 4 52 COPIES " is equipped makes it " . " CeatreTille than a womanly wornan? Such a woman . " Elizabeth 4 58 pd pamphlet, both sent free by mail. national calamity. 28 is even tempered, intelligent, strong and tax on the consumer. Tlieworkingmeu Friend." This successful remedy is not Ever" to take a trip to the abovt mentioned ... 840 g 10 ,Iention the Climax and . " Paris YOUNG MAN asss send your adhedthy. Health really tells the whole see their wages reduced ana rlie trust one of the many internal medicines ad- territory. The Central is the only line which runs Free ' dress to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Plain and ample information, facts, when ignorant of the tcmblo crims yon WEST BOUND- Binirhamton, story. Health means strong nerves and puts the 20000,00 in its pocket and vertised to do unreasonable things, but a Reclining Chair Cars and Vestiboiled trains were committing. Didyouonlyconsider a.m. pan. - Y. The proprietors of this paper South, ahio strong body, and they go far toward insolently demands: "What are you go-- in scicntificallyprcparcd liniment especially from Louisville to the California , a weekly Lve Paris and truth, concerning this almost sucthe fascinating allurements of this evil a 20 3 30 effective iu adding strength and elasticity Hillman Tout 1st Car for htibit? When too lato to avoid the ter"bringing good looks and amiability. . 9 32 Arr Elizabeth mz guarantee the genuineness cf this,otTer. cessful scheme to corner tHe wealth Juiulsville every 9 25pm rible results, were your eyes ojcnod to to do about it?"' Centreville ... 9 33 s 48 to those parts of woman's organism which Lve Memphis Friday..Thursday. ., A woman worn and wearied by the Arr 8 18am your peril? Did you later on in man. 9 48 5 58 dragging weaknesses peculiar to her sex, of the people, is now being printed 7 45pm Arr jilewurieansiTiday Such oppression' cannot goon forever. bear the severest strains of childbirth. hood contract any PRIVATE or BLOOD i - n, 8 20pm " Newtown .. " Georgetown 10 00 iViADE 6 10 New Orleans Friday cannot be expected to find zest in any disease? Were you cured? Do you now Lvo Georgetown 10 40 G 30 in the Cincinnati Enquirer, a newsIt was made posbitle through f.auti, in ailThe liniment may be used at any and Lve Houston Saturday , .. "Bl-f8 45am Arr Duvalls. Arr i and then see some alarmincr Fvmntoma? POSITIVELY CURE JVli times during pregnancy up to tho Arr San Antonio Saturday . 10 55 duty or amusement. Life is all one dead 6 41 - " Mom paper which the combined power of 4 45pm Dare you marry in your present con-- ! 5 tf Stamping 11 10 " Switzer Ground 6 48 monotonous gloom to her. On her fa: timidation aud uiisrepreeematioii Air very hour of confinement. The earlier it Arr Elpaso Sunday ..t. 3 45pm dition? You know, "LIKI: FATHER. ' t7 Abusa or other Exsessas and Indup 25 6 59 is vrritten the story of weakness and pain. these forces are now recognized by tne isbeguu.and the longer used, the more Arr Los Angeles Monday1 9 20pm BU.A. ' It married, aro you concreUont 2TW OM.UJ.ly ana turtiu money has failed liitir. living " Frankfort . . . Elkhorn.. 1135 7 06 to muzzle or buy. 5 15pm stantly in dread? Is marriage a JratorolortVitaUty la oldorjoone.aiid t The wholesomeness of health is lacking. masses, and there is going to be such a perfect will be the result, but it has been Arr San Francisco Tuesday 11 55 720 failure with you on account of any weakntaiaanfarsindT. baiias or mzrriac. used during the last month only with, Thi: cheeks lack fullness, the eyes lack ness caused hy early abuse or later "anitt and Ocnmaptlon it The Weekly Enquirer is only 75c C. D. BERCAW, Gen'I Pass. Agent 5rn?.m.UaiJTlK,"29Rilew' immedlato fiproT. revolution in I960 that the trusts will great benefit and success. This u The Irse Tuter Eoa'.e to Calforak. sparkle, the hair lacks luster Have you been drugged with In. a year. The address is GEO.B.HARPERrGen'l Supt. mercury? Tin booklet will point out to have no occasion ti?ask: "Whataroyou not only shortens labor and lessens Doctors have learned to locate Iter Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to you tho results of these crimes and point Frankfort, Kentucky. Enquirer Company, Cincinnati. O. the pain attending it, but irreatlv dimin the of womanly sickness in the organs going to do about it?" will do wsll to comout h.iwour NEW METHOD SU LTS. Kharaor that ought above all others to be strong fh2-t- f " W will positively cure you. It ,VT (WltnA.. rafnnil IU.. 1. . This question will be answered at the ishesJt the danger to life of both mother municate with R. H. Fowler,.Traveing Passenl InATMUl l n AiL..1 n1 shows bow thousand s have been eared by and healthy. . ouuuuu, iuiu jivgs Lucuiuuicriu a con- - ger Agent, Louisville.Kyr our HEW TREATMENT. It prove! Wm. AiroBD Keixond.A. . P. a., Sensitive women shudder at the ballot box by an outraged andindiguant j dition more favorable to speedy recovery, Tio Eors3 Ssvie-Railway. how wo can GUARANTEE TO CORE CUmc. w-"Mother's Friend" is sold by druggists A. H. Hanson, Q. P. A., .j Xo;isviIle, Ky. thought of consulting a physician on people. ANY CURABLE CASE OR NO PAY. IjForsale in Bichmond, Ky. by H3gan & published at Chicago, 111., is conceded ' at.1-00- . Chicago, 111. dec29-l- y Wo treat and cure ESIISSIONS. or sent by express, on receipt of suca matters. A, natural feeling of modi; eradon. 7 anl2-l- y to be tho best truf Journal published Willsqn Secretary w'n aZ estimates the an- - price. VARICOCELE. SYPHILIS. GLEET. esty makes them dread the examination, in the interest of the trotting- and pac-jnTime ot Trains at Winchester.'Ky. CllUOltlKE, UU'UTISXUI, HBValuable book for women, "Before and subsequent stereotyped treatment by nual loss from hogjcholera in the United UE0. 7i. RlhEV CRET DRAINS. UNNATURAL DIS- v horse. It is rtatiional in WANTED ACENTS. CIiAKU.ES. KIDNEY and BLADDER "lccal applications" on which most States from 90,000.lk)0 to 100,000,000. In Baby is Born," sent free on application. sections of the country beinjr cover"WEST BOUND. , diseases. Hie CssWtnt Mfitr i tfe fi,a lfo- - contains all T)v doctors insist. rHE BaADF'ELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Ga. ML Sterling and Lexington Accom .. 6 55 am Sfft the State of Iowa a one. where statistir-its Much more often, than "not, this is pm liK h&H, and over i.lW hf & ed readerscorrespondents,upand it keeps Of ShelbyvHle, Ky., Reconfrnend3 ., s for Louisville ite Jan5-l- y CURES GUARANTEED 7 30 am to date in httrris.ttt. The greatest and larcest all matters thoroughly Morehead and Lexington Accom tK) pai It should not be submitted of the mortality of Itbe animals afflicted 3 Wrisht's Celery Capsules. relating to the industrv. "The Wares o Sin" mit free hy to taccept as a last resort, 4 50 pm War: Book ever unbhshed. ami thn with this diseass have been accurately- r,i Shelby ville, Ky., May 26'96. To New York Limited The Review's Chrismas Kumberwill eneloring 2e stamp. CONSULTATION TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. "Dr. Pierce's "Favorite Prescriptton has daethafdoea jnstice. to the Confederate contain statistical information Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: j ; kept, the "annual! loss is $15,000,000 FREE. If unablo to call, write for EAST BOUND. w of great cured thousands of severe cases of "feTake "Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All QUESTION BtiAKIi for liOUE i it. j Geuts Lexington aad"Morehoad-ccoui...i' tt. u u45 sat Sadler and the cause he fotyjrir. for valuev&pcdal contribution by writers on ueiiBvw iiiuimrV an mm run ue Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure, Wriglit's I have purchased A box of KjwYorkLimitedFF.V TREATMENT. male weakness.' It works in a natural, 58, am J'pmtii.wanted everywhere, to sell tb Celery Capsules Jja'jrt G. "N. Lexington of "national reputation ami will lie proorsaiooy seniable way. 'It.begins by subduing the preventeu. in ISVJ tnero Were 52,295, and Mt. Sterling Aceoav 6 38 pm rJ&QiroB our new ahtf.easy plan. XJRS. Mi(hieHon,"arujiKt,tj ahtl nsetHihem for Wagfcuigton Express mond, Ky. lany fusely illustrated, aadthfci8fUgTi.ficent ,.... infJUTimation. that is always present. 019 Bwino iaiheUi ited States, valued at Sour Stomach, "JTorpid Liver aria number, price which js X conts a Accommodation Then it strerigtheiis and invigorates tie E3,42ti,4yz. 'tns ma high watermark. sire makiae from $f la $m copy BED WETSl$G?CUREO "mediateandfound tlwt Ihev eavLme Itim- - day.1- Other traivw trains run daily xcot 8d' M'ar-worran daily; free of charge to r. whtJe "body, oarticularlv the orcrans rlis-122 W. FOURTH STBEET, ,. ,. . w, am aim ftngMm of very will be sent Sabeociption price re!inaTcry tiuerltMnk arr ThiooahHeentnrsiHlittntsv- - ra o.I.v. . to P; . " i ' ,v r subscriber. mm, sunt others interested "a re reqmst.uncuyienumne. K promotes regularity, Since then their nq mber and value have pwr,iws. j CINCINNATI, O. Is $2 a yeac-o- r for 8fx Kontbu, and T. ? cans infiaattaatic-- and ulceration, and laeeniaatenallyiloilreased by tho cholera y?u. ,-anTv ( tllOtKt tor a besutiful. - ii - ire sample ecoy wiH iu aamv. nnnn fSf. .? i i atots tbe.debilitatinsr drain 'canal- - tw I anrl t.tiPtflamrna for mt .twere,i,ge7 mmTB kVT AB MKZ9 "f1" emtgwt tiree) and tArtnc "- applwatKw. Uitn Ke- 'Zii. ' j. "?.E 1 .. Sl&rT' OHA1M1V t imwaw sT"lJjf'v "$?"slF'"'S"r"'wf A&km CwwiK JobexaL Job -iHiSta :. : !J"SH 5Tt""",'J rHrfc ; &f"ff tfc lt.5 - h i i." r.t - " v - y. "c.t .M iJii i rr?' if" 1"' j. r:r i, v ?. .t. .?. . --atLaw-Tcncebur;, Xheyow York Journal, cently beenln l'aris, "Winchester, Mt Sterling and othljr places, but could not jemember whether he wrote descriptive t. ""'',,,,',,'''M"' li p333aifl'Mfrii ll; I I , "" .. T ' ZHMmooCOC I n, Planers V li Female Regulator OF TGNIC5! M C M JPfclfc PLEASE fr lH ' SEED-S1.50- QS1 5S3 I iaa ILli J If ar TRY X 'i"--k. 1 4' 1 SSiaLM varr :' t-- a. trtj SEED-S2.7- ped, d18" CATHAR"nSr 55 ,rr KSpmlnfjSl r.TrtTfrufvicii druggist: yr ILOOE"., Etc, Etc, mmxaemssfjiswsKSK LOOK! :rnV.Ve i;; c.rt-flukrt- -s C- Bridles, $m Wells, y e m$s eciais This Week. mi m$ r9 Tt -- t, well-kno- FIRES TORNADO -- IS1BL- ETC. mm propertj against Fire 0 Tornado. I g- fit vw10 WHITE m 'eSVZE?-- semi-month- elev-itin- Dillingham Corner. GIBSON, R E3Ew3iv3fE&(p',K 'Vjfe5vv3VSAyV' je2-l- y Strc-et- ZG"U'A ZTf o y News and Opinions National Importance ed runDES1I1H V-ra THE- I-?t- The p Sun ALONE The Sunday Sun id' Hi i3Jr Southern Mutual Investment rill, Co,. FREIGHT. DRINKS. nilR u IP . yj 1 T7- - imrMi ie t one-thir- d L armor-piercin- 12-in- sr 12-in- 13-in- L, tf world-fane- d armor-piercin- g Magazine For Mor-ristow- n, y Plain Facts. r pt t . W-- ;m;f;i Priceless Pa! -- ht fi-- Al riJhvl J-- sk. i Bweat-sho- C- K ' jr forty-fiv- a - iciimli - Mkii Ki u 1 EASIER THI EVER. one-hal- Kil-jner- , , 50900 .Jr 8- - (- , . ME A MAN c' S .. 4j ,- --- 2l Jl 4 nine-tent- hs ,It lrL"X5? las "rr 'ir ;!?"- 1 TREAT-J1EN- T territory-mentione- m Ir-- I Ikpk' 1 . ail lib y i gr s Eastern-Expres- , .V j m -- " Kennedy Kergan " oct-6- m Conatj-patio- n - . a -- lm tB t- w - fc s -- -- i - - M- 1l,i 9flBfafffffff)B j;-- .j ; ,f , . . ,JL s5ftii. f,r - 'u;ir7 '- .- v-&. . y .. " r--- -- I .? 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