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MADISON COUNTY, Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY, TOBACCO MARKET. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1898. 3 NUMBER v 38. C jjXIIAT no one remedy can contain the B elements necessary to cure all diseases, is a fact well known to everyone r - 'J ies System of Eestorativo Eemedles - sts of seven distinctively different j ri - -- rations, each for Its own purpose. V L.C Bramlcy, 37 Ilenry St., St. Cath-- , s, Ontario, writes: 'Tor years I suf-- f d from extreme nervousness and annoy-u- ? constipation, developing Into palpitation a weakness of the heart. Iwasunahloto .tp. suffered much from headache, pain in c? ! ft side, palpitation and a constant r , t.?of weakness and prostration. I bejan s I'r. Miles Nervine, Heart Cure and . and Liver Pills and the Anti-Pai- n . . to relieve sudden paroxysms of pain a l.i adache. I soon felt much improved i'h pains and aches and weariness left I then took Dr. Miles Restorative i T and am now restorea to my former - nealtn." Miles' Remedies '4m - s..id hy all drug- -, N Miles' under a positive . firs, bottle . Gts or money ro- -' K-- Restore a Hook on dls--t , Health - - . f tiio heart and free. Address, mmwj j i t vuHEr c a-1 . B'Dr. ;3 piemediesi .3 Elkhart, Ind. a l)U MILES MEDICAL CO.. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. ATrOE173T3W. - MILLER. ATTOKXnY-AT-LA- IlkHMOXD, ' - - KkNTUCKV. ' -- in the Bnrnam Building, next door to feb3-l- y National Bank. J. . ST7rzjr, Attorney-at-La-. .Reports Irom Frankfort show that a bill has passed the Senate taking Jackson from the 8th Congressional district and putting it in the lltli. It is also stated that this bill will pass the House. So many statements have been made about the effect of this change that wo have made a careful examination to see how the majority will stand in the light of the late elections. In 1S9G, Davison's majority over Thompson was 2,481. Take the last Republican majority in Jackson, away, Or how shall we fill the vacant place 1,072 from Davison's majority and still POWDER the district shows 1,400 Republican loft by her. Absolutely Puro without that county. It is fairer, How bind the broken hearts ot this however, to take the last November sad day. election and the most reliable test is She has sone our dearest mother, the vote of Shakelford, Democrat, POwDCR CO., Gone to dwell with Christ above; against Dailey, Republican. In this Gone where sorrow cannot come, Congressional district, Shackelford's NEW YORK FASHIONS. And there is naught but love. plurality over him was 576, but then there were 1,071 votes cast for Hind-maShe was patient in her pain, Theatre waists of net, lace or chiffon gold Democrat, 221 for Parker, And through weeping wo can sav; populist, and 2GS for Wallace, prohi- have boleros of embroidered silk or That our loss is hut her gain, So wonderfull is our Dear Lords way. bitionist, making for the last three The latest cut in skirts shows the named 1,500 votes. Subtract ShackelNo more sullsring for her await, ford's 57G plurality and the result shows flounced Paquin effect. She is safe irom this world's sin; Cut steel and pearl trimmings accena majority against the Democratic For our Lord at Heavens Gate, nominee last November of 9S4. If tuate the puritan beauty of gray gowns. Bids Dear mother inter in. Velvet skirtn trimed with full, soft Jackson county is taken out of the chiffon will he worn Sth as proposed, and is probable we ruchinga of Yes, Dear mother, you are there, should deduct 1,072 the Republican late into the spring. And we will join you one by one; The list of glittering trimmings, gold majority in that county against DeMay we in our prayers embroideries and jewelled lace will not mocracy as shown In the last election, Say not our will, but thine bo done. and it will be seen that we have a ma- be lessened this spring. Daughter, Some highly finished cloths are shown jority in the Sth of only a narrow marS. E. Young, gin of 08. This is most too small to by Lord & Taylor. Sample of new Bickersville, Ky. boast of and when we remember the spring dress gcods will be sent by this A WELCOME ISSUE. work and expense of a largo number firm to all who write for them, to Broadof candidates in eich county in the way & Twentieth Street. White cloth skirts are as often been The conclusion of Speaker Reed and last November election and then rehit lieutenants that no currency Legisla- member that there will be only one as are velvet ones upon dressy afternoon tion will be attempted during the pres- Democratic candidate in the next elec- or evening occasions. Ulack gowns will hardly lose their ent session is entirely satisfactory to the tion, the burden and responsibility of lriends of honest government We are our candidate for Congress aro mani- popularity until the spring is well admuch pleased that the gold combination fest. The race is not going to be a vanced, if then. They aro lined with taffeta silk. is satisfied to go to the country on the walk-oveven for the best man that Women are walking jewelry shops at beissue presented in the can be nominated. If therefore resolution. That resolution presents so hooves the party to make no mistake present, so popular are trinkets of all clearly the policy of the goldites to re- in its .nomination or we may again sorts. Little boys w ho have outgrown the pudiate the contract which the bond- have a Republican to misrepresent us. holders made with the United States, Let the nomination seek the right hood stage are now crowned with dainty and to extort irom the taxpayers vastly man for once and the ollice will follow headgear in hat shape. Best & Co. more than the law, the contract, or the as a matter of course. Interior Jour- some cute little affairs of creamy felt Mrs. Cyrena I Kindred died Fcbrua-1S9r.v 1st, aged seventy-tbreyears and tbree months. Sbe bad been a faithful member of the United Baptist Church for fifty years and will be sadly mibsed in her county. She leayes three sons and three daughters to mourn her lobs. One son and daughter having proceeded her to the spirit land. Where shall we find another like her, Whote loving spirit has been called e S. r rc$jpc Total sales in this market last week were 3,442 hhds. against 2,412 hhds. for corresponding week of last week. Total receipts 2,892 hhds. against 1.257 hhds. for corresponding week of last year. Rejections last week were 811 hhds., 20 per cent of the auction sales against 31 per- - cent the, the previous week. Of the total sales 2.99S hhds. were Hurley and 444 were dark tobacco. Excepting Tuesday, last week's market has been the best of any week since Christmas. The offering was exceedingly poor on Tuesday and tho bidding was indifferent. Wednesday, however, was a full break of good, useful tobacco and competition was very strong. Thursday's sale was perhaps not quite so snappish, but prices ranged nearly or quite up to those of the preceeding day. Taking the whole week, it i? easily the best of the year thus far, and prices rauged from $1 to $1.50 above those of the past two weeks. We do not change quotations, but renders must understand that p'rices this week have ranged very near outside figures. This comment applies pretty well to all grades and types gf new Burley. Old Barley still occupies a very stroug position and finds ready takers at;full prices for the limited offer ings, it is generally beiieveti m tne trade that old Burleys will sell much higher during the coming spring and summer than now. Farmers Home Journai. Another victory is scored for McKin-le- y prosperity by the announcement that within a week every cotton mill in New England will be idle as the re sult of a strike on the part of operatives j because of reduction in wages. One hundred and fifty thousand men will thus be thrown of employment. This will be one the most strikes in tho history of the couutry. These are the same workingmen who voted for McKinley and the gold standard because they were told it would bring them "good times." Blue Grass Clipper. mmSmmmmmmm McComtiick Bros s'.; sjecraiSHas z 9m IQmiGm imml&omi&im tSZ&XiZfawggrtSS V"7vf ir "tv tt V".v r ,tvSv r r. r, INViiOiAAoA l fchimM&$ Installment House, m m ik?wi. ROYAL BAK1I.Q NEW YORK. n, vel-vet- a. Price Fighters ! Is? Tf The - net-o- r you need anything in the FUKNITUEE line, call and see us, we gl guarantee to save you from 25 to 50 per cent, on all kinds of PS Furniture and Mattresses, m FURNITURE SOLD ON INSTALLMENTS. Bed Eoom Suites, 3 Piecesj From $18 up. er bright-colore- d Teller-Matthe- .1 princibleof equity justifies or sanctions, as to move all controversy as to the dis honest purposes of the parasites who HMOXD, - - KENTUCKY. - over Taylor's Hardware store, op- rob the many for the benefit of the few When there are millions of undisputCourt House, on Main Street. ed claims pending in the two Houses of HOGG, Congress, and the only reason given for failure or refusal to pay them is that A TTORXEY A T LA 11. v nt, Kentucky. there is no money in the Treasury for that purpose, and that the government is tooiuuch embarrassed in these hard ' No. 13 First St., lip stairs. times to pay these honest debts, the Republicans are willing to go to the i A'D M. CIIENAULT. country on the whether the bondATTORXEYS AT LAW, holders shall enjoy a bounty of hunK Kentucky. dreds of millions by the transfer of an iiMovD, option to them which was reserved to on Second street, over Chcn- - the government by statute and bv the contract under which the bonds were issued. The value of this option will ?2TSICIi. be appreciated when we call to mind the mes.-igof Mr. Cleveland, transmitting contract to Conthe I'U. JOIIX M. FOSTER, gress, in January, IS95, m which he said Kentucky a D. :l" Congress would authorize linn to issue goUl bjnds he would save for the govat other: ani3 ernment JKJ.OJO.OJO on the sale of 31-3- 0 " nal. Cons uinption Positively Chil-liowi- Cured. Mr. R. B. Greevc, merchant, of Va., certifies that he had e, with round, low crowns and rolled brim'', trimmed with twists of corded silk and rosettes of the same, with, perhaps, the addition of white feathers. Linings are of plain colors or Roman stripes. rBegin ...a..... Early ffeS Hall Hacks, $150. Wardropes, $9.00 up. Center Tables; 75c. up. We also make fine Corner Seats, and all kinds of Parlor Foot Stools, Couch Pillows, all kinds of Eurniture and Matresses paired and made new. Etjrn-ITURE- , re- m m m con- sumption, was given up to die, sought all medical treatment tijat money could procure; . tried all cough remedies he could hear of, but got no relief ; spent many nights sitting up m a chair; was induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery, and was cured by use of two bottles. For past three years has been attending to business and says Dr. King's New Discovery is the grandest remedy ever made, as it has done bo much for him and also for others in his community. Dr. King's New Discovery for Coughs, Colds and Consumption. It don't fail. Trial bottle free at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. 5 G. White. SHEEP PAY. SDR. to Small-po- CALDWELL'S CONSTIPATION. SMALL-POX. PEPSI PHYSICIANS WARNING AGAINST THE HEALTH OFFIUU-h- , and people or Kentucky: x to fight the germs of disease to be found everywhere in the air we breathe, in the water we drink. Build up the weak spots and fortify yourself against sickness by making the bo&y germ-proo- f and you will be saved from attacks of malaria, grip and kindred complaints. wnin Of all kinds, made to order at Bock-Bottom 3 Prices. is now widespread in East- e Morgau-lielmo- ut $'J2.-000,0- Ml H. R. GIBSON, V ( 1 Tne dill'ereuce between gold bonds, PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON, which the .Republicans declare to be Kentucky. the character of all the iudebtness of tiviosD. the United States, and gold or bilver was actually issued and c in the Jse I'c.lins hmMinjj, 18 and o Sec-- - honr.s, which druest-rrcet. over Wane received, would, according to Cleveland's message, amount to several bunHAS. HOOKER, dled millions. It will be observed that notwithstanding Mr Cleveland could 1 ETERTXARY SURGEOX, cive $10.000 000 on 02,000,000 of bonds if f, adtwU Ontario Veterinary College. they were gold bonds, the Republican 'H.arv Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty, party says that the United States does office up stairs, over store recently accu-- h not want to save anything, but will treat Richmond Harness Co , East Main y St., aprT-lthem as gold bonds, and give away hunmiond, Ky. dreds of millions without any coubidera tion whatever. M. D . C. Why is this not a good issue on which Medicine ami Surgery. ( i to go before the couutry? bilver Collins Uuikline, MainStreet. t,hone at resilience (the Ciirr place) on liro:id--.-- J- ... ot bonds. e. -- 7- -- JASPER, a --- (lu-- e Knight-Watchma- n. . .- iiMovn. --- Kentucky. INVESTMENT COMPANY WINS. Tho Southern Mutual Company, of Lexington, Ky., which also has a branch in this city, has won quite a vicPhysician and Surgeon, tory in Squire McCann's court. T. J. Kentucky, MeCann sued the company to recover Ruhmon-d-. $22 pai-- in as fees for eight months. His DR. T. J. TAYLOR, claim was based ol his alleged failure to Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, understand the contract with the comKentucky pany was operating as a lottery, the monRichmond ey paid out being decided by a drawing. eyOffice and residence on Second Street Squire .McCanu decided the contract was valid and also decided at Judge Barr DS1T5AL STOGERY. previously did, that the investment company is not a lottery. Louisville "K.tfosou, Tjt. "OaWWcv- Times, Feb. S. 189S. l " evans, m. G. w. D., Farmers who are considering the advisability of entering upon the sheep- raising industry should ponder upon the following summary of the advantages of sheep, made by the Wool Record: '1. They are profitable. "2. They weaken the boil least and strengthen it most. "3 They are enemies of weeds. "4. The care they need is required when other farm operations are slack. "5. The amount of investment need not be large. "G. Ttieir returns are quick and many. . xuey are ine quietest anu easiest handled of all farm stock. "S. Other farm products are made more largely from cash gains, while those from the sheep are mado principally from pasture. "9. There is no other product of the farm that has fluctuated so slightly in value as good mutton. "10. By comparison wool costs noth ing, for do not the horse and cow in shedding their coats waste what tho sheep saves. 'In conclusion : Sheep pay." A new bank is talked of in Lagrange. A thrill of terror is experienced when a brassy cough of croup sounds through the house at night. But the terror soon change? to relief after One Minute Cnugh Cure has been administered. Safe and harmless for children. Douglas & Wines Druggist. ern Tennessee, North Carolina, Southwestern Virginia and Nothern Alabama, and several causes exist in Midtlleboro and near Jellico in this State. The epidemic appears to have originated in Mobile last summer and to have been gradually extending northward since It is chiefly prevalent amongbt the negro population and manifests an unusual tendency everywhere to break over official control and assume an epidemic form. This Board, therefore, feels that it is its duly to warn the people that prompt action may ji event its futher spread in this State. Fortunately prevention is as certain aud safe as it is cheap and easy Vaccination and revaccination, properly done, with reliable virus, is a certain preventive and is entirely free from danger. This is the conclusion of the health officers ot the world after years of patient investigations, and is now an accepted truth in preventive medicine. Notwithstanding these facts, about of the people ot Kentucky have never availed themselves of this protection. Our people should not wait for orders from boards of health in the presence of an epidemic to force them to an evident duty. Every citizen should see to it that not only himself but every one for whom he is responsible is vaccinated at once. No child should be admitted to any public or private school who has not been vaccinated, aud alt factories, railroads and mines should make the same requirement. This is especially important in view of the threatened danger. The operation should be done by a complete physician, under proper asep tic precautions, and he should see the person, vaccinated from time to time so the result may be certain. Imperfect vaccination gives a false and often fatal sense of security. Reliable virus can be obtained from the National Vaccine Farm, Washington, D. C, or their agents, the Henry Pharmacal Companv, Louisville one-thir- d Johnston's Sarsaparilla is the best remedy known for building up the weak spots and fighting disease germs of all kinds. It purifies the blood, regulates the bowels, helps the liver and kidneys perform their proper functions, and gives new life and vigor to suffering men and weak, nervous women. Trfr ffiOHESK ti Kelley lock9 w'V fe'- - It SECOND ST. ... .... Quart Bottles. Williams, Davis, Brooks & Co., Ml li Detroit, Midi. erettes cure Liver Ills. KoTe3)T(E-I 35c. t & -.- -- ' ' OSJJ 3 CMvICifk 1 . --f -' Sold by D. Z. Waco, Ky. T. II. Taylor, m k:o LOUISVILLE Hlj H . LOUISYILLE, . KY. at OLD PRICE We have just received the largest line of THINGS CriMi io---fjV7 JL v y X. Sti . m Q22) American :i Clothing, Overcoats, Underwear :d Hats IN BICHMOND, which we bought early before the tariff was put on article needed. woolens and can eive our customers the benefit of 30 per cent, on even' m 9a.....- European Flans. The Ladies' Restaurant is the finest in the city. Every convenience for ladies spending the day in the rcSfl city. Tuesdav, Thursday and Sunday evening. MANAGER. Ba.. eo a. Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. Fit Guaranteed at from $10.00 up UNDERWEAR AND HATS AT PRICES NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT ma fe9 .. -- DENTIST, OF LOUISXIIAE, KY. -Officc next door to Government Building, E.chmSnd, Ky. Office hours 9 to 1 to 1. 12-- former of marriage ceremonies for some time, and recently he found tliat the Four nice rooms for rent. demands thus made upon his time seriously interrupted his farm work, Call at Dental Olfice of Dr. Hob-so- n, and, as the marrying business brought no pay, he set about to devise some next door to postoffice. and common carelessness can make a means to escape the interruptions imcombination strong enough to defy posed. He wrote his ceremony on a en his )ff. FRED SMITH. all the healing skill of the physician. sbeet of foolscap and nailed it gatepost with tho following instructions Common carelessness lets the cold DENTIST. underneath: Collins Grocery., same office Office, over root and grow. Common carelessness "If anybody wants to get married they lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. janl2-lE3ys, between paroxysms of coughcan drive up here and read the cereing, "It will be all right in a day or mony, lay the license on the gatepost HON. C. T. CALDWELL, two," and the common end is con- and drive off. "P. S. If you have got any woolen firmed lung trouble, perhaps conol Parfeersburg, W. Va., Kecomsuspenders you want socks or home-kntreatsumption. The common-sens- e to leave, just pitch'em over in the yard mends Wrights Celery ment of a common cold is a prompt and the first time I see you I'll say Capsules. dose of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It thanks." is the most efficient and reliable cure PABKERSBUI5G, W. V.V., How to Look Good. for colds and coughs, and is conJanuary 26, 1995. stantly prescribed by physicians. Good looks arc really more than ekin Tire "WmGrrr Med. Co., deep, depending entirely on a healthy N. Y, says : Columbus, Ohio. S. Hatnes, M. D, Saranac, iany condition oi all the vital organs. If the I have been using Gentlemen: "I have used Ayers Cherry Pectoral found liver bo inactive, you have a bilious Wright's Celery Capsules since Novemand have always practice since 1S53, ber, 1894. and find them to be as recomcolds, coughs, aid look; if your stomach be disordered, taking them it reliable for tie cere of mended. I first becan you have a dyspeptic look; if your kidall Jung diseases." while at Hot Springs. AiK under treatneys bo affected, yon have a pinched ment for Sciatic Rheumatura. Ljver and look. Secure good health, and you will Stomach trouble. Constipation which I surely have good looks. "Electric Bithad been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules gave me great relief ters" is a good Alterative and Tonic. rrom the beginning and have used them Ac?s directly on the stomach, liver and and unsoever since. With pleasure, kidneys. Purified the blood, cures licited, I recommend them to any and pimples, blotches and boils, and gives a all suffering with like Afflictions or either of Iheni. Very truly yours. good complexion- Every bottle guaran-antceSold at Perry & Thomas' Drug Chabi.es T. Caldwell. bottles, for up in half-siz- e SoldbyT.S- - Hagan, Drugcist. Price 13 .now put Store, Successors to "W. G. White. Fif,; 50c ents and SL00 per box. Call at drughalf price 50 cents. 5 ty cents per bottle. 0- store and get free sample. no17-l- y A Common A Walker county preacher, says the Ky. on In addition it is uigently requested Gentlemen's Cafe Office floor. Atlanta Journal, who farms for a living has been growing in popularity as a per- that all boards of health perfect their MUSIC: organization at once. If they have not done so, and take every precaution to prevent the entrance of the disease into their jurisdictions, or, failing in this, be ready to stamp it out by strictly isolating the first case, and vaccinating and revaccinating every person exposed to it-- All funeral should be strictly private. This Board holds itself ready to give any assistance in its power at any time, By order of tho board : J. M. Mathews, M. D., President. J. N. McUokmack, M. D.. Secretary. m i4. Co TH0S. A. MULLIGAN, decl-l- y McCALL'S MAGAZINE AND . ( McCall Bazar Patterns. Vf -- The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Eiciimond. s T-- STOUFFER'S m M f -k w-i- y t-- &! -- y - it These celebrated paper patterns have been favorites with the ladies for twenty years; they are illustrated in McCall's Magazine. This magazine -- lo explains and depicts the latest styles, gives household hints, pictures and stories,- and contains the handsomest colored Durine; the past sixty days thirty-si- x plates that it is possible to produce. All ot these been organized in the Unit- features are of interest to women everywhere trusts have Thousands of pretty gowns and garments arc ed Stales, all of which are fastened by shown, and patterns for the same, furnished for or 15 cents the prohibitive tariff duties of the 10To every ladynone hlnghcr. out this advertise- wh6 will cut $1.50 to represent ment and send it with Magazine this ofllce, this Dingley law. These trusts paper and McCall's will each be $173 000.000 of capital, and include steel mailed to you, and in addition to this there s, ' will be sent to each subscriber a coupon ...-- U win-(tUpaper, tin plate, axes, n.ln beitoone McCall Bazar Pattern, which she may select at any time. Address dow class, powder, pianos, sewer pipe THE CLIMAX, Richmond, Ky. enti-beam- t Ac 7,c3i---; H-- A 1 h vlu y J Z- 1J 1 m fkM.'J k vj" Mi lVa'rV." cvfw'' j tt-V--if . vvJ;v AV-- r"rk,,L 1 - A tUVJi "-- :d ;t;:$gfE MaN....3 -- o; wM&Jm&j iVm !! Miffim-- liiwili 2iVo lE-TT- Ipfelj Winter Schedules IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER oTH- W w EBTOE3I3VEOISrXD, o c ct QUEEIT & 2-4 CEESCEIT ROUTE. Orleans and Ja.ks.aY.lle t- and a number of other articles. 3 o EH C5 CO 5' O Hoars Cincinnati to New -l u & o i CR 109 MILES SHORTEST. FINEST VESTBUIKD TRAEJS IX THE O )V in Ayer's 1 IWCURE'COMSTIPATIQN, . lot 2d --. " --. OmiPttiw!1 ! ?- - d. "K. JALim L JIJLJ1I-J- I J.P ties. Case-re- ts ALL DRIKJG15TS f 1 JHJWS OF CEMETERY WORK. For further particulars, prices, ?., address, A2H) -- grhnite () ALl rfc4.1v s ....... MANUFACTURER moNvraeNnrk, ' r AND DEALER IN is unequalled. Cafe Parlor and Observation Cars daily. Standard Vestibuled day .Coaches. Get your tickets via the Queen & Crescent Route Sea-vic- e Through Pullman V. SOUTH C. RINEARSOX, Gei'l Fass'r Aft, Cisciniiti, 0. JABSOLIJTELY f pfe aa. bUkltt free. id. STERLING MimmnMii lIestr.kC-..OTeTrYa.. mBSBmiSSSSiTSSXi tn-KEXEB. CO.. Cfcleure. e are the Ideal ttxt-- i esTatr-!rMtt- -. - n m.i .Madiorj Moi)Un)ei)tal Work Now is the time to SubcriCoiiie T, M r utt Ji -- - fc ,', ! ' $ .'Jt -- ' ' .m- - ' .- t va-b- L , i&m&&i&'--d;V- i fes - -- - & i ,v I SJ x The Richmond Climax. ISjjjgiiJljjB fililjf!J rtTliUSHXD XTEBY WEDNESDAY BY IfisnarayHfiJH Tho Climax Printing tCHUME:T' 1 Go. a E. -- Proprietor, and Editors. WOODS, Associate Editor. PRICK PER YEAR, $1.50. 23,-189- WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY or- - 8. Sfil sp GRASP THIS OPPORTUNITY! under th bow of tlio iSffHJ United State 'miser Maine, sinks in the Uavana Huilr mir great and t!E2 A to.-p- do f baitleliip. cat mux with Iter e li nilritl and jo Iju1i t jxuverful tifty-on- m ' brave Kiilois. Tin- explosion .uliich carried Lcntraili the an;-- y w.uvo these lirave defenders f nr uottiitry, occurred on the evening 'f February 13i auu will tjo down in history as one of our Navy's Kiddest losses An investigation was begun Monday w Inch will settle in the doubtful minds of all true loving Americans the cause of this terrible catastrophe. It was not accidental Cubans or Spanish floated the torpedo under the water line against the Maine's forward magazine, or, while visiting the ship, secreted jn the afternoon a time bomb near the tons of piled powder. Either was put there by one faction or the other. On this depends war with Spain or a disgusted dropping of Cuba, and the Cubans may give up all hope. Either every ship of the United States Navy should bombard Spain's richest towns oruhe shold stops, filibustering. There are 251 brave bailor lads mangled and burnel and dead under the filthy, inky waters of Havana Harbor with the shark. A sensational story told by a Cuban Insurgent, who is enroute to Washington, is as follows: "W. H. Ewing, of Hudson, a CubaD insurgent under Gen. Gomez for two years, he says that he was in Gomez's quarters when a Cuban spy, who had been scouting in Havana Harbor, reported the arrival of the Spanish cruiser Alfonso XII., and also that two torpedoes had been floated in an arch under Morro Castle, which would blow up the United Suites fleet. The torpedoes, which were not loaded, measured 24 feet long, 12 feet wide, and would hold a ton of nitroglycerine. They were numbered, End Ewing has the numbers, which he will give to the department. He says if the commander of the Alfonso fails to acuouut for either or both of these torpedoes, the horrible disaster, which killed 250 Americau sailors, is no loncer a myeterj . E a ing's arri ed at a port in Maine from Cuba on board the Three Bi others last week. He is on his way to Albauy to await a summons from "Washington." IT IS No fire remnants in our stock T YOURS s pal lP Era! Pb sp mm We make the announcement that our stock oi bliocs, Hats and Men largest and most complete ever brought to Kichmond. Eurnishinsrs is the These Goods Are Excellent Values! Every thing &&e,s pp t0. keen u this District at the home of the Col of eE .3 lector Tn order to gratify and accomoestabdate tho Incumbent, then why rVi ' &, lish costly public buildings attheex-penu- e w&x&i of the people who must feel disOne be tlraL gusted to see them unoccupied? And to precedent how if this be according careful in the selection long until wo may expect the office or Cow to bo located at Goose Crcok of Corsets those bunt bell Hollow where perhaps abide of on the lines of the Amen sraj coming statesmen and CollectorsSecInternal Revenue? The action of can Xady add new charr , retary G.igo will meet with the disap proval of all of our citizens, reguarci-les- s even to an almost pr i f . jyjs of party. It is sin act deserving sfS. of criticism on every hand. There is figure B. "W. TURXF no business reason why the office Agent for the Amei i should be removed from Richmond to i xtr?me Danville It is absurd in the Lady Corsets. and ,vc hope thai Mr. Gj;; may yet Ir medium. long fijt see the fol'y of such a .step. Tin? jT and short, Mack. jS - M U (J) thought of our handsome Government white and drab. building standing almost unoccupied is ,,iui. Iheie it btands in itt.gr.ind-eue- r Qe5??i;2S2S22S2iSg5SS2SS2S2?3fff?S2ffffS and splendor soon to Ix dtterted. and as vacant looking and lonely as. ....-::::::::the ancient Colhseutn, a veritable ",cO dwehng place for the bats and owls! sot.:.-33 9 .1 business-lik- e such as Sec- QO. That niaii oa a retary Gago is reputed to be, fehould eo liJE grant removal under tho existing cir- (Sac.. s 08 cumstances, is more than the aver03 re i i oo age man can comprehend. Republi09" Do you. need a Plow.-f- j 133 cans are indignant; Democrats are in a A Harrow, o I E3p dignant; all are mortified with tho 9 A Corn Planter, selfishness which inspires the change, a or other A Wagon, 3 SfpJ and disgusted with an administration s Plows, am that sanctions it. ($ We are sole agents for the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled . I sfcz am&ii11 -- Vmcrfiax, HJfe, - IfifirW mz r oW. Jlr ";;... o l Says should 1 up sp FARMERS ;:::;::::t;. jail Hli MSB pi Pi ip A Colonial Tea. ana i- irst - uiass. a&. us. pa sp ftUa Friday night next, a very novel affair will be the Collonial Tea at a Streng's vacant stoi'e room, next door e to the State Bank and Trust Company. The dames will be dressed in ye ancient costumes, singing quaint music of the same period, and the room will On Of). OO Stov Olds Farm Wagon In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware, and Tinware. Tin Hooting aed Guttcrlosn Specialty. TAYLOR..Bros. lillllsiilliiliniiHlUlillilllllHUll A action ! ao 09 o o Se 1?&tte,rws Hi pEJi pB3 a$ or erce o so, x mm The meaning of opportunity I3 wide. USE IT. IT IS YOUES. 11 with unique decorations. Only ten cents to witness the performance and sip a cup of tea. This will be an evouing of delightful recreation, a view of old times from the Standroint of the present. At S:30 there will be an auction, of course. But it will be an auction of the famous Gibson pictures. So come, come to tho tea and auction; come. be tasteful Notice to District Trustees And Treasurers. BETTER THAN AN I in 3 i GKASP IT of iir:ljBmlBIlnBJPMfgIliPljpi ipipaiBpilraiiJipirpai TfcJJilrfclEjraj IrtutMrfTHiiaSTHiarrldJarrHJairHiairtiJarrHJBJI apspair City neighborhood, this county, left The Bronston Prison Commission PERSONAL. last AVednesdav for Argenta, Illinois, Always Delicate passed the House Wednesday by a vote ParrHJarrHj n : m papap' BJljrgiMjPMjfSIMjfljSJtJlBJM Bill G3 WALLACE & RICE. Mrs. A T. Stuart has returned to Trankfort. Mr. J. W. Zaring.was in Shlbyville last week. Mr. W. L. Crutcner is in Missouri on a business trip. Mr. Arthur Tevis left Monday for a visit to Virginia. Attorney Leonard West, of Irvine, was here Monday. Judge A. R. Burnam was up from the to 31 Thi6biU will be vetoed by Governor, but will be passed over where he will engage in farming. his head. Hon. J. H. Williams has introduced a bill to prevent the running of excursion trains or boats on Sunday and to prevent the running of freight trains on Sunday except when loaded with perishable goods or lie stock. I Mr. Y'erkes could Miss Mary Campbell goes to Lex- Child Was Nervous and Irritable ington this week upon invitation and Had No Appetite from the Woman's Club to read a on the subject of education. Hood's Sarsaparilla Has Changed Dr. R. M. Phelps, of Richmond, has All This Scrofula Cured. p.i-per not run the in is hoped that the investigating Revenue olllco at this place and It the building erected for that purpose, committee now at w ork in Havana may he would have been thought a great-de- Frankfort Sunday. probe to. the bottom the cause of litis Mr. Jennings Greenleaf is dangermore of by every-- Republican in ously ill with pneumonia. terrible disaster, and see that the per- this community if he had resigned. petrators of this dastardly deed are Bud Dunn was out about Barbour-vill- e Hox. Benton McMillin has announced last week on business. justly punished. as a candidate tor Governor of TennMr. Thos, Gentry, of Estill, is the Latei: From latest reports we are essee, suhject to the action of the party. Mr. McMillin is a native gue6t of his son, R. L. Gentry. justified in saying that the situation is only recently Mr. Frity Booker, of C. XL, left for one of intense suspense and gravity. Kentuckian. and was beaten for United States Senator by his home in Louisville Friday. Upon the report of the Iljard of Inquiry Senator Turley, by only two votes. Mi6S Terrill, of Richmond, is visitthe country waits with impatience. ing at the Jessamine Institute. "Why not move the Capial to Canton Congressmen are overwhelmed with R. X. Beasley, of Paint Lick, was in and make McKinley's surroundings appeals to act without awaiting the might find Cincinnati last week on business. more pleasant? Possibly President's advice; the latter is criticised time, provided llauna would run the Miss Esther Burnam, of Frankfort, by leadins Statesmen of his own party wheels of the Government during his is visiting relatives in Richmond. y policy. intermission, to practice law. Any Mr. A. D. Flora is at home from a aud state for his feeling of disgust finds expression old thing to make the Republicans trip through the South and "West. This enjoy this administration. Mr Harry Milward was up from in one demand, Was, and though at years Lexington Wednesday on business. first we felt that it was the idle talk of The Jackson Hustler was ten Mr. E. G. Parrish was up from Tyidle men it assumes the aspect now of a old on February 17, and improves with age. We have a copy of its first rone Wednesday to visit his relastern demand irotn an outraged Nation. issue, and have ever since watched tives. Miss Stella Thompson, of Mt. Sterits progress witti interest, xis rounder, John GofI, deserves the gratitude ling, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Neale of the people for the pioneer work Bennett. up by the ") performed; this was taken who raised Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Miller visited Rev. J. J. Dickey, lovable relations in Irvine Wednesday and the moral tone of that whole section Thursday. up to par with the best in the State. Main and Broadway. Mrs. F. B. Carr, and little daughter, Mr. Morrow has kept up the good were the guest last week of relations work and besides prints the newsiest in this city. paand most thoroughly Democratic Our Annual MarkMr. R. E. Little went to Danville per in that section. Truly was the on Monday to attend the hop by the Hustler rightly named. al Dem-oorati- located here for the practice of medicine. His office is over Higgins & McKinney's store. Stanford Journal. Mrs. A. G. Daniel went to Richto visit her sister, Mr;;. mond Humphrey Martin, who is in declining health. Lexington Argonaut , to-d- ay " Hood's Sarsaparilla has had a wonder- ful effect on my little daughter. She is five years old and has been very delicate all her life. She was nervous and irri- table and had no appetite. A large lump c would appear on her neck every tew weeks and then would disappear, leaving her very weak. We concluded to give her February 17. Hood's Sarsaparilla. At that time there Mayor Claude Smith, Mr. S. L. was a lump on her neck. When she had Midkiff and Capt. John R. Pates lelt taken one bottle it had disappeared altoMonday to attend the meeting of the gether and she seemed like a different being cross and fretful child. De Molay Commanderv, K. T., in she goesInstead of about laughing and singing as Louibville. merrily as any child. We are very grateMr. Harry Baylor Hanger is at ful for Hood's Sarsaparilla." Mas. Jeh-Nl- E Gambkb, Bardstown, Kentucky. home from Nicaragua whither he was invited to inspect the great international canal with a view to bidding Is the best in fact the One True Blood Purifler. upon its construction. Sold by all druggists. $1 ; six for $5. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Taylor have act harmoniously with S DHlc Hood's Sarsaparilla. 25c to 126 11UUU Hood's Sarsaparilla lmi shilly-shall- Mre. Taylor was Miss Mary McCord, formerly of this county, and lately visited from Great Falls Granite St., Butte, Montana. removed DEATHS. Fluty her parents at Red House. Mr. W. D. Roberts, special agent of the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co., of Newark, N, J., and an old student of Central University, was here this week vibiting the agency in charge of Mr. R. E. Turley. At her home in Estill county, CiFiBrower&Co - Down m in Ihpsrj Department BEGINS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14th, and continues two weeks only. The following are simply a few samples of samples of the many lota of ohoice merchandise which we shall offer at a reduction from 20 to 50 per cent 20 pieces of Figured India Silk, G5c. 4Sc from 36-inc- h Silkolein l and 10c, from 121c 30 inch Tinsel Crepe "A and 10c, from 121c. 36-in- ch 27-in- muslin 121c, from 15c. sash muslin 10 and 121c, from 15 and 18c 12 pieces Nottingham Laie 5 to 15c, from 15 to 25c line of Creatonnes 10 to 30c, from 15 A to 50c Denims 15 to 271c, from 20 to S5c Tapestry Table Covers in all sizes, 50c to $6 50, from $6 50, from SI to S10. Felt Shades 3xC leet 10c, from 15c Opaque bhades with fringe, 3x7 feet, 27 je, from 35c 36-inc- h Cnii'PS Beckham, who was educated at Central University, is making a fine record as speaker of the House and even his political opponents are predicting for him a brilliant future. Walter Forrester, one of the "rankest" Republicans in the State, says of him in a Tecenl communication to the Stanford Interior Journal: "I may be wrong about this, but if I am, it will be the first time in a dozen years that I have missed a political prediction; and I am going to name the Hon. J. C. W. Beckham. Speaker of the House, as the Democratic nominee for Lieutenant Governor. He is the best presiding officer that ever wielded the gavel in the house, and if some jackass like Bill Lyons doesn't develop in that branch of the General Assembly, the Speaker will round out the remaining 30 days of his term with the remarkable record of never naving had a decision questioned, much less appealed from. Lace, Heavy aud Silk Curtains from the cheapest to the best will btand the same reduction. DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE LINE. cratic. The Fifth district is repreThese Prices are for two weeks ONLY. sented by Judge Burnam (Rep.) The Samples sent-- Mail orders promptchange makes Jlis district overwhelly filled. mingly Republican, but the intention is said to be to change it back as it now is, after the election of Judge Lewis successor and of Judge Hazel-riggin the Seventh district The change proposed in the bill would rei) move the Jtepublican. majority in the district represented by Judge Hazel-rig(Dem.) The bill was passed by Lexington, Ky. a party vote. MpM-1- 7 The bill to gerrymander the Third Appellate Conrt district, to which this county belongs, was passed in the Senate Jriday. As originally introduced the bill provided for the transfer of Whitley county to the Seventh district Senator Goebel offered a substitute, which provided for transferring Bell, Harlan, Leslie, Letcher and Perry counties from the Seventh to the Fifth Appellate district and also putting AVhitley in the Fifth district. The bill as amended was adopted. The Third district is now represented by Judge Lewi3 (Dem.Itis close now as between the two political parties and the removal of "Whitley county would make it safely Demo- CF.Brower&Co 's gs Chasse de Fes Miss Margaret Chenanlt returned Friday from a two weeks' visit to Chilesaurg. Mr. C. M. Browning, general passenger agent of R. X. I. it B., was in Richmond Thursday. Mrs. Alex. Rice has returned to Paris after a pleasant visit to Mrs. Z. T. Rice, this city. Messrs. Walker McKinney and Harry Scrivener were over from Winchester Sunday. Hon. Thomas G. Stewart, of Winchester, visited his sister Mrs. French Tipton, last week. Miss May Escott will entertain tho G. G. G. Club next Monday evening. Shelpy Sentinel. Col. Thomas M. Green and wife, of Danville, were the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Bardour last week. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Saunders, of Jessamine, visited Mr., Wra. Taylor at Whites Station last week. Mr. Jonah Wagers, of Bice & Wagers, the thrifty merchants of Rico Station, was here this week. Mr. C. C. Wallace returned last week from a business trip to Washington and Philadelphia and other eastern Cities. Mr. Ben Forbes, of Whittj Hall, will leave Thursday for Bloomtngton, Illinois, where he will make his future home. Miss Alice Lloyd, Principal of the Madison Female Institute has been spending a few days in the city. Lexington Leader. Rev. G W. Young addressed the Jegislaturo Wednesday in behalf of tho local option bill now p ;nding before that body. Wes Hisle and wife, oL Madison county, and Mr. hugh Todd, are visiting Mrs. Buck Todd this week. Winchester Democrat. Mr. W. B. Turner left Saturday for his usual If ew York trip to lay in a large stock of Spring aadj Summer dry goods and millinery. Mr. Jas. F. Bowman, of the Union it , Mrs. C. D. Chenault, Rogent, and Miss Minva Park Phelps, Correspondyears, and a wealthy citizen. ing Secretary, are attending the Burial in Richmond Cemetry "Friday. National Convention of the DaughFarm Purchased. ters of the American Revolution, in Mr. John M. Park bought from session this week at Washington. John T. McClintoch and Mrs. Marv The Middlesboro Herald says Rev. Herndon Logan for his son, Win. Sanford M. Logan is proving himself Park, of Irvine, their farm on the to be an excelent thinker, very clear Tates Creek pike, consisting of 230 in statement, and his points are easily acres. The price being near $10,000. grasped. No one has ever preached Mr. Park will take possession about there who has proved himself a better April 1st. Mr. McClintock will remove teacher. to town and engage in business with Miss Georgia McMillen, of Rich- Mr. A. D. Smith. mond, gave two recitation which were Revival. highly applauded. Miss Amanda AnRev. Joe Hopper, better known as derson, who managed the affair, deserves great credit for her constant "Uncle Joe" will begin a revival at efforts to make the Old Maids Conven- the First Presbyterian Church" this tion a success. Lancaste Cor. Stanford city, tonight. This faithful evangelist has long been laboring in the spiritual Journal. vineyard and during constant years of Letcher Owsley is sick, either from service has been instrumental in adding the accident with which he met not thousands to the curch. The people long since, or from the unmerciful of Richmond knowing his power, will flogging which the old maids gave him be glad to note his coming. on monday night, wlien they caught Small Pox t him behind the scenes reporting the prevails at Midexcitement proceedings of their convention for the' Central Record. Lancaster Cor. Stan- dlesboro where there are now twenty-nin- e cases of small pox. The schools ford Journal. and saloons are closed, no loafing is alMr. Wm. Bowman, J. E. Bowman lowed in the stores or Postofflce, deand their sister, Miss Mattie Bowman, pots or other places. None of thf left last Thursday for Argenta, 111. country people will come to town and Their little brother, Taylor Bowman, country produce is feared. aged five years, went with them as a famine in A circular from the State Board of far as Louisville where he was rewill be found in another colceived in the Masonic Home. The Health umn of this issue. above are children of Martin Bowman, deceased, who resided near , The Egg And Rabbit Crop. Union City. Mrs. Bowman, an invaA correspondent of the Cynthiana lid, has removed to her Log Cabin says : "J. R. Brannock sold Mr. Ham Edwards', in Estill county. 5,563 rabbits, 24.420 dozen eggs from This once happy family is now com- Jan. '97 to '98 for which he paid pletely broken up. $2,755,5S. The raising of poultry and catching of rabbits is no trifling industry if closely followed. Tho rabbit crop if rightly computed, has done Boggs To Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Boggs, more for the people of Harrison county this year than the wheat crop. I'm formerly of this city but now of puzzled to know what political party on last Thursday, a fine son. will claim tho honor." Willis On Wednesday, February, 16, 189S, to the wife of Mr T. C. Willis, A Sure Preventive oi Small Pox. who was formerly Miss Etta Finuel, a The State Board of Health has Bent daughter, very appropriately out a small pox warning and advises named Nannie in honor ot the groom's everybody to be vaccinated. It reports sister, Mrs. Daniel Dejarnette, of Vir- the disease d in Eastern Ken ginia tilcky and spreading like wild fire. The CoucnMAX There put in appearence btard says that vaccination and i, properly done, with reliable at the home of 3Ir. and Mrs. Robert is a certain preventive and is entireCouchman. of AVhite Station, last Thursday night, a little stranger with a free ly free from danger. This is tho con-pass to ths heart's best affection, being lsion of the health officers of the the first addition of masculine humanity w irld after years of patient inveetiga-tuBean- d is now an accepted truth in in their family of which every couple ? thinks they possess the fiHssst copy. pi fvwmv medicine. sixty-three Scare-Greason-in-law- of consumption, Mrs. Fount Fluty. She leaves a husband aud eight children. Gray At his home on Linden street, this chy, Wednesday of pneumonia, Wm. Gray, age forty-fiv- e years. Price At his home near Caleast, Thursday after a lingering illness of several years. Benjamine Price, aged BIRTHS. Nich-olasvil- le, I wis.h to call your attention to secI tion 751 of tho Common School Law. i u Said section provides for a District 1 Treasurer whoso duty it Is to collect M I all ta:;es levied in the disrtict for ; will-sel- l Echool purposes, and make annual i M report to the trustees and county I U Supt., of the collections, and disburset ments. I see from the records of this it I office that this has not been done. II I Taxpayers and school patrons often M make inquiry of the County SuperinA tendent as to how much money has A been collected and for what it was expended, and they have a right to know. . But without a report of the treasurer Si Our New $100,000 Government Building to 2 this cannot bo known. Treasurers u Become a Place For Bals And Owls. who have not complied with the law I The Government has concluded to must make a report as the law directs. g make money out of its property here The trustees need the money to dis3 V by advestising same to let. Realizing charge their district indebtedness. Phone, Xo. 21. that the Dingley Bill is far from beA J. W. Wagers. Co. Supt. ing a revenue producer commensurate "r rii 5J, Crematory at Paint Lick. with the Government needs, those A family living at Paint Lick had now directing our financial affairs will make every possible edge cut. two big Tom cats to crawl up in their Collector Yerkes is to pay all ex- cooking stove for a quiet snooe and penses of the Revenue- - office in con- the cool: not noticing them when the sideration of having the business re- lime arrived for preparing dinner, moved from Richmond to his home closed the doors, built a big fire in the town, Danville. White & Bush have stove and went on about her work. leased the rooms now accupied by Well, talk about hades aud your "hot the Collector and force in the Govern- times in the old town," but such cerment Building, and will convert it into tainly cannot be any comparison to Mm an opera house, where the ambitions the thoughts these poor cats must and refined of our city may have op- have had closed up in that red hot stovo making tho fur fly from each portunity to hear the sweet, Mm of Thomas' world famous other and scorching and M 1 TL T orchestra, bask in the halo of hair on trying to get that door open. Their afgj B&si feelings were boon Paderewski's devoted head, and later uncomfortable take a heartv laugh when Al Fields over, however, then they becyn to comes around with his- jolly aggrega- roast and by the time the cook got WE HAVE THE LARGEST A2s"D tion of fun producers, and then we her biscuit prepared for the stove found upon opening the door her two BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF may expect beautiful and charming big pets well cremated and their souls Lillian Russell, together with Mantel and Russell and a very host of giants on their road to cat heaven. who have won fame and fortune beDeafiiei; I'annnl lie Cared hind the footlights. by local applications as they cannot Wilkes Baxter will do tho interior reach the diseased portion of (he car. decorating and the Government will There is only one way to ciiredeaim-ss- , soon be drawing considerable revenue and that is by constitutional remedies. through this source. Any spare space Deafness is caused by an inflamed connils is to bo utilized foroffices, and perhaps dition of the mucous lining of the Eusheadquarters for sourfaced, disgrunt-tie- d tachian Tabe When this tube is inRepublicans will bo established on flamed you have a rumbling eutmd or the same floor. Postmaster "Willis, imperiect hearing; and when it is entireseeing the utter nonsense of keeping ly closed, Deafncs-- is il the result, and the post office in a $100,000 building, unless the inflammation ran be Imr taken Double-tree- s. will shortly transfer the local office out and this tube restored to its normal to Frogtown, or Slick Rock or to some condition, hearing will be destroyed forother remote section to satisfy his ever; nine cases out of ten are caused by own peculiar idea. Janitor Little and catarrh, which is nothing but inflamed 1 1 Boyd, too, will vacate and cast about condition of the . iuucou3 surfaces. for a more desirable location. MeanWe will give One Hundred Dollars rtUui , while the citizens of Richmond and for any case ot Derf I iiess (caused by catargjfjl Madison county stand and look in rh) that cannot be Successors to Shackelford & Gentry, cured by Hall's amazement upon tiie whole spectacle! Catarrh Cure. Send for cin uiars; free. Richmond, Ky. A late dispatch from Washington 111 R J. Cunxnv & Co , Toledo. O. states that Secretary Gage has ordered CSTSold by Druggists, 75c. febL'-lthe Revenue office of this district removed from Richmond to Danville upon request of Collector Yerkes. This comes after long and continued effort of Mr. Yerkes, who has been working toward this end every since Slock, Crop and Farming Implements ! he took charge of the office. That his Having request has been granted is a surprise sell to thesold the farm on which I liTe, I will highest bidder, about 10 o'clock, tLj-Jto all, in view of the fact that the a. m., at the premises, 3 miles ot Richmond on As administrator of Jacob Huguely, dee'd.. V 11111 SCli IU IUC UIK"dh UJUtllTi ilw (iUUHC EtUlC i vSSs air uis taiu rcsmeutc ua iuc t ust pruug ui utter Government recently expended more the Tate's Creek pike, on Creek, Madison county, Ky f on than $100,000 in the erection of a pub111, 1338, lic building at this place same to be 1S93, used for the Postal and Revenue ser- The following personal property, 2 maremnles, 4 years old; 1 horse mule, 8 years vice. Tho building is complete in old; 2 good ork mares, in foal to jack; 1 Abont 10 o'clock, a. m., the 'ollowing personal saddle and harness mare, 1 every particular and conceded to be saddle colt, 1 ear-old road mare, can trot in 2 combined horses. 1 harness mare, 2 ' ono of the prettist ot its character in 2:40; 1 sorrel marc, 62 head of sheep, which are about through lambing; 2 red high oia cons. mucn cows, one; wun young can; tho country. Vaults and safes and all frrade milch caws, 2 Alderney cows, soon to be 1 Rood yearling bull, 15 shotts, 1 Jennet colt, SO bushels necessary provisions for piotecting fresh; 1 black milch cow, 10 brood sows with 100 barrels of corn,tr about .n.tl.m .. wheat, 1 . u4vi. w7i.lv Int pigs, some stoats, pigs, etc., 1 fine Poland etc., household rt and kitchen furniture and all papers, money and valuables were in- China boar, chickens, turkeys, etc. Farming implements to be on a farm. At implements, 1 cluded in tho plans and there is good wagon, consisting of 1 corn planter, 1 time and place will used 125 acres of land same rent with of all kinds, etc . 1 sled, new Disc harrow, 2 cultivators and plows cf aU residence thereon. naught to cause the least complaint Terms made known on day of sale. kinds, 1 pond scraper, 1 cutting box, mower, on the score of unsuitableness. of double harness as good as On hay rake, 1 buggy or J. W. HDGD1.LY, Admr. the other hand the papers, money new, 1 75 barrels carriage tongue, 1 good buggy,1 about of corn, 1 lot of new lumber, Capt. Tom Ferrill, Auct. febl6-2lot of good tinothy hay, and other things too and valuables are to be transferred to numerous to mention. Danville where they will bo subject All sums under $10 cash, over that TERMS. . DR. CALDWIXL'S ThepodoflovecanaUbrd to be gento destruction by lire as wo are in- amount on a credit until 189a without interest. erous often where other serious people formed that there is not ample protecSoVtv.cCWocVi. cannot. Bemember if the little pod of CURES INDIO'.STION. foh23-3tion for these things in that city. Relove hovers in yonr horizon, vou can moval is a great mistake aud is to be afford to win his good graces bv a generous gift. We have the stock for von to deplored by all who know the meanselect from. ing of it. If the Government authori- Woman's Opportunity. The jewelrv On February Court day, in Richmond, Ky., All parties having claims asrtnst T. H. Karr, we are having on display is the best as from Oldham'- - corner. Bay Horse, about lo Awarded years old, 15, hands high, uoih hind feet white, will present the same to the undersigned, to variety, beauty and we have its ptalse of mane and tail, collar marks, Highest Honors World's Fair. mediumand a new meal sack, containing with a properly verified, at before I Jarca business in ever handled. INone ofprice women our 17th, 1838. patrons saddle some Kichmond, Ky, on or should resist an opportunity if The 'State gives $50 for capture of bundles. horse thief and the undersigned will give $10 raid Karr will please call and settle at once this kind. Gratify your desire now to additional for tlio recovery of norse. buy that pet trinket. Ia p ip Sweeping reduction in Shoes to make room for Spring Goods. shoes during Februarj We regardless of COST. i Now is the time to buy a pair at least whether you need them or not. This is Better than an Auction. H-as Freeman ros. jinFg!rigsrssrs:riggrsgj TajflTfriJirfipini First Stiu m pa BM mm Em plows. me iimut;. The Oliver Chilled Plows, Mr low-strai- m - lE m Flow iea r in the Mark DOLLARS, ll pa m are s BAOKBANDS, Tracechains, Hames Single & Pi r--ir I in MM I tap m PUBLIC SM ! to-w- it: PUBLIC S JjjjiCAUAFFOBDIT ifv-ijt- S. X Wetak;, Mi Mmiuj, Fetaty ll, AMW" v mgggfc. 1 1 I ' si-- t w w jYRUP ' PP31 Horse Stolen! .Notice to Creditors ten-pou- tucer BAKING feb!8-2- w wide-sprea- . Cnpid Is Knowing. It is a natural impulse for a woman to desire to be attractive and to provide means to assist ILOUISL.UNDXAN, her Cupid is a knowing little ccamp. en. u.. and when he whispers into the ear of All persons having claims aguinst Mrs. some fond friend the advice to send her and m. Parrilh will present them toT. G. a ring or box of jewelry, he knows he's office of T.J Smth. Jr., properly verified the according to law within 30 days or same will be eaid just tha right thing, and means for ! ' oauTH, Trustee. You to go to D. P. ARMERS'S and get T. , JUUfc olret, will be at tho Glyadon Hotel.Uucinnati. Ohio, the desired article. Try it and you will 2Ucanoad, Ky.l come oat wiBBer. WEDNESDAY, F f eb!8-4w AStBROSE AGEE, Newby, Ky. SI1IE BUI k Ass-ge- e iim C0IPA5T. t of Notice to Creditors. " T. H. Karr. 4B W.. &n vir-u- cl P0W0IR worn Ammonia, Alum or any other aduKeraat " 40 YEARS THS STAHDAW). Uotice'ito Creditors! MARCH 1897. MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powkr. Fr vgedoXMprVAprill.-r- j, presented bfoF$ ;hat As administrator of Jacob Hotraely, dee'd.. I hereby notifyjfall indebted to te file with me or with J. Tevis Cobb all cteimsr fective vision at popglar pricejt feMWy Estray Hog! whw sum by oaJfe23er-- mmaxam h mr umiui ? I- fuJ3lsl!i tivitqifaai i i 4 3 s fit 9 B 3 Hmkr . r -- - ... unnnurw Attw, -, --- 8131311! i tfHroberbi tap.8eoa fer ittcb iqjifCZ VHQtS to 1 wt RttOT Btrfriih & VW. zr - " iTL. asyjfc -- tj r -- ll it- M r j, . " i "eSsrss, .& 'r- 4 - "ft. ftlB-Biiiff'iiTi- -- -- " ; it 'i ir'nfiMr-iriiBatfr:- jT- - - i f J . j ,?rifTrii!r-ifSiifliriii- I ' i- ., 3 il c H in riftfciifajiiftafrf,it feri iiM jri,'nfia nr rtiftiMLtf& ISP TH S CLIMAX. ;J, Tt ;U37W lish costly public building at the ex-- .f72fr"3f pense of tlia.peopleiwhojnufitfeeldis.LW '"''' v ft fi fyL v Supplement,) (Supplement Kavanaugh, Arch 4 acres land . Parks, Hannibal 20 acre'land Smitir, Gloster 10 acres land . . Tribble, Wm 20" acres land . . . White, Mariah 5 acres land . . GLADE, NO. 6. 50 250 100 150 100 i iTlie Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 23,-189- 8. Burns, Wm 26 acres land . . Coyle, Hardin GO acres land . Cornelison, Robt G acres land . . French, George 20 acres land . . Gabbard. Abijah 11 acres land . Haley1, W B 100 acres land . . . Jackson, Susan 40 acres'.iand . . Jackson, John H 1 acre land . . Jackson, Dave D I acre land . . Lakes, John Sr., 100 acres land . 300 450 50 100 50 800 200 Brock, Jim I town lot Breck, Burgoyne 1 town lot Blythe, Bettie Blythe, Sol 1 1 town lot town lot ... . . . . Sheriff's A. 3 Salle Lakes, Wm A 10 acres land . . Lakes, Newton 100 acres land . lamb, Heury 7 acres land Mallicoat, Frank G5 acres land . . . M'iody. John 2 acres land Patrick, Wm D 18 acres land . . 60 acres land . J. P. Simmons, ex Sheriff of Macli Powell. tafayette10 acres land . . Rogers, Phillip son county will offer at public sale in Vanw inkle, Joe 7 auras land . . front of the Court House door in RichGLADE, NO. 6 mond, Kentucky, $ Buruell, Jasper 1 acre land MONDAY, MARCH 7th, 1898, Ballard, R G 1 town lot It being County Court day, between the Chasteen, AL2i acres laud . . hours of 10 a. in., and G p. m., the follow- Cates, Grant 30 acres land . . ing property, to pay the taxes assebhed Deering, James 60 acres land . against the same for the year J1897. Fowler, II H 5 acres land . . . Gollen, Hardin 1 town lot . . . Harrison, lavi ag't W Reynolds h'rs, 62 acres lund Hoskins, Elizabeth 50 acres laud RICHMOND, NO. 1. F S 27 acres land . . . Ayers, Mrs Nannie 1 town lot . S 200 Johnson, Jones, Humphrey 135 acres laud. Ballard, Mary A h'rsl town lot . 1.100 Kindred. Rube M 1 acre land . Bush, Joeag'tG A Embry,l town Kiiiuanl, Dave 5 acres laud 320 lot. . Lane, .Mary E 5 acres land . . . 500 Baxter, Rebecca hr's 1 town lot . Lewis, Jessie 100 acres land . . Bourne, Sarah hr's (njr) 1 town Moore L & M J 52 acres land . FOR TAXES 1897 OF Land And Town Lots. ... .... Burgin, Martha hr's, 1 town lot . parmichael, Fannie 1 town lot . Cobb, Wm 1 town lot 50 Cruther, George 1 town lot . . . 50 Cornelison, Ed 1 town lot . 100 Duncan, Annie 1 town lot 50 Donnahoe, Kansas 1 town lot . . 150 Deatherage, Sam 1 town lot . . . 60 Einbry, Ben hr's, 1 town lot . . . 500 Embry, Humphrey hr's 1 town lot 50 Estill, Robt (n r) 1 town lot . . . 100 Embry, Emmit M 1 town lot 400 Francis, Ed 1 town lot 150 Fife, Sarah 1 town lot 50 Gibbs, Mary 1 town lot Irvine, Sallie 2 town lot3 Mariah hr's, 1 towu lot 80 Irvine, Irvine, Joe 1 town lot 150 Kirbv, John 300 200 700 600 100 350 COO IS. .... ... 100 Ballard, Monroe 1 town lot . . $ 300 1 town lot 200 Ballard.Elzira Bogie, Lucinda 20 acres land . . 750 Blythe, Charlie 4 acres land . . 250 . ."" Blythe, Sid 1 acre land . 200 Blythe, Eliza 25 acres land . . . 100 Bennett, Mary A 20 acres land... 200 Burnam, Alex 2 acres land . . . 200 Burnam, Jim 6 acres laud . . . ... ... .... White List. 110 Miller, Martha J 1 town lot . . 200 Miller. Harrison 1 towu lot . . . 120 Miller, H gd'rLucy Miller 6 acres 400 200 200 250 400 :550 Moss, Millie 1 town lot .... 6.000 450 3,150 1,300 00 200 700 800 (n r) 3 town lots . . Cornelison, J R agent B & L Co. 8 town lots Carr, Joe 1 town lot Carr, Joe ag't T G Hacker, one town lot Duncan, J W & CT Wells 1 town Brooks, JJ Owens John 47 acres laud . . Pigg, John 140 acres land . . . Pigg, Tom 20 acres laud Preston, R E ag't R Benge, one 50 250 300 1,000 250 340 50 250 250 150 250 300 50 80 100 300 100 650 Mr. visit 1 Alt was J uc Fran! Mr. ously 1 . j lot . Doty,C K 1 town lot Faulkner, Nannie 1 town lot . . Farley, Wm 1 town lot - . . Gentry, Kate M 1 town lot Garrison. Bettie &c, 1 town lot . Harrison, O H (n r) 1G town lots. Hicks, Belle 2 town lots. . . . Jnett, Ada B (n r) 2 town lots Keller, Mary 1 town lot . Mulflnger, Fred town lot O'Neil, David 1 town lot . . . . Parker, Rebecca (n r) 1 town lot Pullins, Minerva 1 town lot . Robarts, Mary J 1 tow n lot . . . Rowland, Mary T 1 town lot . liymell, John 1 town lot . . . . Rymell. John 1 acre land . . Stuart, Mary 2 town lots . . . . Shifllet, Ida 20 acres land Stouffer, J B agent A Huls, one town lot' Smith, W H Jr, 1 towu lot . Trower, Tom Sr., 38 acres land . . . Tudor, Win V 1 town lot Wortham, Joe B 1 town lot . . Wilson, Winnie 4 town lots . ... t00 200 300 1,030 1,3)0 2,&)0 SpO 1 .... 300 1,500 500 250 5,500 1,500 500 1(K) 3(0 100 1,SC0 2 0C0 1C0 400 100 2 800 Buc ville Mr. i uest Mr. liis ho Mis mg at R.2 Cincil Mis is visi Mr., trip tt Mr1 Lexln Mr. rone " rives." Mis! ling, i$ Benne Mr. "elatio rhursc Sirs, were tl n this Mr. )n Moj Dhasse FOXTOWN.N0.2. 180 Azbill, Cyrus G acres land $ 50) Bently, Geo W Sr.. 18 acres land . 200 Bolin, Noah 4 acres land - . 200 Clark, Wm 30 acres land 403 Devary, R J GO acres land . 403 Dozier, Wm 7 acres land 1,20) Dozier, Wm M 31 acres land Gum, Abe (n r) 136 acres land. 1,50) 200 Guess, John S 40 acres laud . 1 000 Jones, DT(nr) 42 acres land 100 Jones, Talton 12 acres laud . . . 200 King, Annie (n r) GO acres land. 100 King Sam 25 acres land Moore, Mary E 70 acres land . 500 Myers, Annie 14 acres land . . 200 Newby, Lucinda 55 acres land . 700 GOO Roberson, Spicy 50 acres land . UNION, NO. 3. 250 Brotherton.R J h'rs, 20acres land 900 Hisle. Wm 104 acres land 300 Hill, tnily 86 acres land . 400 Hill, Howard 50 acres land . . Martin, Mrs M J & J M Owens, 90 acres of land 800 400 Thacker, Wm 50 acres land . . J5LLIST0N.NO.4. McLocklin, Andy 15 acres land. 250 Wilcox, Tom' 50 acres land . . . 300 .... .... .... - ... ... town lot . . Phillips. Ann (nr) 1 town lot . . Raymoud,"Vm (n r) 4 acres land Ritter, W T 1 acre land Roe, James Sr., 100 acres land . Shockly, Tom 18 acres of land . Shockly, E A 16 acres laud . . Scott. Charlie 100 acres land . . Tankers! v, G W 30 acres land . Turpin, R E 40 acres land . . . Young, W S 1 town lot . . . . KIRKSVILLE, NO. 7. Adams, Jack ad'mr S Koss, 100 $ acres land Campbell, T (, h'rs. 10S acres land Fowler, John M 17 acres laud. Gordon, Sam one acre ground . Joues, Mrs E K 15 acres of land. Jones, Mrs E K 1 town lot Keene, Zeiia 1 town Jot Ledford, Jeie 50 acres land . . Preston, D A acre laud . . Pullins, Dave (u r) town lot . Ross, Alex 26 acres laud Turner. N B 1 acre land Walker, Nancy 25 acres land MILLION. NO. 8. Agee, Ambrose 4 acies of land . A gee, Sarah A 22 acres land Baker, Mary t town lot Berryman, Sam T 90 acres land Burton, Wilev B F 15 acres land Burton, Woodford hr's. 20 acres land Burton, Elizabeth 6 acris iand . 3urruss, Lydia 59 acres land Coats, Rebecca hr's 24 acres land. Fowler, Clay 100 acres land . . Fowler, Mary E 20 acres land Gully, John (n r) 18 acres land . Gully, Allen 19 acres land . . . Howe, John 1 town lot Humphrey, Jas W 5 acres land . Kelly, Jessie Sr.. 3 acres land . Kelly, J WPgd'n V Sniithbart, 42 acres land Kelly, Bettie 11 acres land . . . Kelly, Nancy 8 acres land . . . Laud, Sallie 28 acres land . . . Lowry, Tliersa 55.acres land . . Lowry. James H 5 acres land . Lowry, Wm Jr., 3 acres land . . Richardson, Abe C 13 acres land. Richardson, Clell 1 acre land . Roberts, Lucinda 30 acres land . Sanders, Alice 30 acres land . . Sanders, Giles hr's, (n r) 75 acres . land Simpson, Dan 10 acres land . . Wiley, Harvey (n r)33 acres land .... .... 3,000 2,200 500 50 350 500 250 860 100 1 1 .... 500 :&o 150 250 30 250 120 900 150 ... 120 100 500 :joo UNION. NO. 3. 600 300 Covington, Robt 1 acre land S 150 Roberson, Mary 25 acres land 150 Shirley, Miranda 1 acre land . . 250 ELLISTON.NO. 4. 120 Bates, Wm (n r) 15 acres laud . $ 100 Covington. Howard 4 acres land . land Miller, Caroline A. Lucrecia, one town lot . Morgan, James 1 town lot Mathews. Nannie 1 town lot . . . Mitchell, Mary 1 town lot . . . Miller, Emma 1 town lot . . . . Maxberry, Winnie 3 acres laud """"- Phelps, Jennie 3 town lots . . . 1350 """"""t Yn i Tankertly Ben 1 town lot Parks, George Ann 1 town lot . . Walker, John 1 acre laud . . . . 050 Rhodes, Leanna hr's, 1 town lot . Peter 10 acres land . . 200 Walker, Rhodes, Dave 1 town lot . . . . Walker, Letcher 2 acres land . . Rice, Geo ag't Sallie Jarman, one Irve 3 acres land . . . . . . . to n lot . . . 500 Walker, White, Al!eu 2 acres land . . . Rice, Belle ag't L Phelps hr's, one White, Larkin 2 acres land . . . 250 town lot . Walker, John 1 town lot 400 Sheppard, Charlie 1 town lot . . (. harlie 1 town lot . Small wood, 60 KIRKSVILLE, NO. 7. 300i Tribble, Pleas (n r) 1 town lot 50 Bogie, Alex 2 acres laud $ . 300 Tribble, Harrv 1 town lot 100 Covington, John 4 acres land . . 150 Turner, Dan Jr , 1 town lot 100 Fraucis, Emanuel 2 acres land . Tevis. Casie 1 town lot 300 150 M iller, Sam 4 acres land 150 Tomlin, Harry 1 town lot Richardson, Henry (n r) 1 town 150 Todd, James C (n r) 1 town lot . 200 lot. . . 100 Taj lor, Frank.1 town lot 100 Ross, Lucy 2 acres land 300 Walker, Robert 1 town lot. . . 200 Turner, Sam G acres land . 200 Walker, Owen 1 town lot MILLION, NO. 8. 200 Walker, Tom hr's, 1 town lot . . 330 Broaddus, Robt 10 acres land . $ Walker, Nancy (u r) 1 town lot . 150 300 Burton J: Boone Berry 30 acres Washington, Nancy 1 town lot . 400 White, Narcis 1 town lot . . . . 400 land 150 Clark, Tom 6 acres land White, George 1 town lot . . . . 100 Willis, Lizzie 1 town lot . . . . 350 Muudy, Millie hr's 2 acres land . 100 200 Schooler, Violet 12 acres laud . . Willis, Edna 1 town lot 200 350 Turuer. Cash 8 acres land Yates, Maggie 1 town lot . . . . 50 FOXTOWN," NO. 2. 20 Warien, Irvin 1 acre land . . Bently, Mary 8 acres land S 150 P. SIMMONS. J. 200 Cheuault, Jim 5 acres land . . . Ex Sheriff Madison County. 200 Chenault, Dean Jr., 3 acres land Chenault, Charlie (n r) 8 acres 100 land 50 Chenault, Wyatt 4 acres land . . 120 Gilbert, Ben 2 acres land 1898 the several houses adI have 100 vertised rented for Jones, Jim 12 acres land b me last December, but have now four or fite other nice cottages, well located 200 Langford, Minerva 4 acres land. and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at 400 my office orer Messrs. White & Gibson's store, Moore, Jim 19 acres land with Stephen D. Parrish, 100 Oldham, Dona hr's, 5 acres land. FLORIDA H. PARRISH, 100 Phelps, Waller 2 acres land . . Jan26-t- f Attorney and Agent. 15 acres land 250 Shackelford Millard 50 Smith, Scott 3 acres land 80 Taylor, Sam 3 acres land I ... Campbell, Green 1 acre land . . Crigler, Wm 1 acre land uenuum, ioe u v) it nures inuu. 100' Francis, Sam 3 acres land . . . 700 Goodloe, George 1 acre land - . 200 . Herd, Wm 5 acres land 300 Ingram, Phil 3 acres land . . . 500 . Logau. Elijah 1 town lot 400 . town lot McKee, Jeny 500 Miller, A C 1 acre laud 300 . . Miller, Ike 1 acre land Miller, Mary town lot . . 100 Miller, Smith 4 acres land . . ' Miller, Lena 1 town lot . . . . ISO Parks, Johu F 4 acres land . . . 250 Phelps, Anuie (n r) 1 town lot . 100 Reed, Turner 3 acres land 400 Rhoduti, Rictiard 18 acres land . 200 Ross, Anderson 2 acres land . . 100 , 1 130 250 200 200 200 200 300 70 300 150 SO S s 150 150 1.20 .c "lWag i'jjff-ire- ... ... ... - I 1 "". ... 70 50 350 130 50 160 200 100 200 50 250 100 100 150 800 250 80 80 100 50 80 100 100 n .... ... ... .... .... .... .... .... .... ... .... Read This Attorney-at-La- r .... 6? R. N. I. & B. R. R. 31, Taking Effect Sunday, December 5, 1896. 2d Class. 1st Class. No. 1 I No. 3 No. 9 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun h 60 150 100 100 50 70 100 50 100 50 100 200 200 400 50 200 150 50 Time Table No. EAST BOOX. 400 150 100 400 500 120 50 150 50 250 200 700 GO ... Chambers, Willis 1 acre land . . Chenault, Jennie 7 acres land . . . Davis, Moses 3 acres land Ellis, Dan 24 acres land Estill, John 3 acres land . . . Estill, Charlie 30 acres land . . Fields, Ben 1 acre land . . - . Green, Haden 1 acre land . . . Harris, Wm 3 acres land . . .' . . Harris, John 2 acres land . . Harris, Martha hr's 36 acres land Moore, Jim 10 acres land . . . Mayo, Landen 1 acre land . . . Versailles A. M. 10 11 11 11 11 22 02 26 41 68 P.M. 6 52 A.M. 5 25 6 48 8 20 8 50 9 15 10 10 10 10 00 05 25 Nicholasville. Valley View Million . Richmond. Union Moberley... Brassfiefd Panola 735 .... .- P. M. 12 12 12 12 1 13 16 8 00 8 13 8 30 30 35 05 Irvine WEST 1135 40 BOUND. KoTTi No. 4 "KoTs N0.16 Ex Son Ex San Ex Sun Ex Sun t Irvine ., A.M. P.M. 1 25 1 50 1 65 2 09 2 12 2 25 3 10 3 25 P.M. A. M 11 55 1 05 1 20 Panola Brassfield Moberley Union 145 YATES, NO. 5. 400 Broaddus, Jennie Campbell, Aaron 1 1 acre land . $ YA'TESnS. 5. AUen, James S 30 acres land . ' 1 . $ 200 Colored List. Blythe, David 22 acres land: Baxter, Alex 4 acres land Miss Friday Dbilesl Abrams, Martin JO Acres land . Bishop, George acres land . lo RICHMOND, NO. 1. Dunson, George 2 acres land . . 1,700 Burnam, John C--l town lot . . . $ 250 Dillingham, Irve 56 acres land . 50 acre land .... . . . . Million Vallev View 4 15 6 58 Nicholasvillo 350 5 00 4 40 Versailles 750 50 635 150 X'mT pTir:7 P.M. P. M. 50 All trains connect with Louisville Southern 50 trains to and, from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. &T. P. trains 60 to anifrom Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. 200 W. H. ADAMS, Superintendent. Richmond. 605 620 634 TuT 3 60 Mr. ( ,'er age nond ' Mrs. Paris aneni-piemianr-Yisii- rto' airs. 'A. tion stsuccess. iiancaste Cor. Stanforf has loner laboring Pniritnall took chnrsro nf th v.,,,. ,., nfTW Tl..,f ,, aiocK, crop-an- a rarining implements n -- - - JriSMrallraSlIiiJSJmiSlmiSIrarMraisrSi i meanjo keopthe KevenueofDec S - ,4 Or. Young's Lecture: "The Duties of Christian Citizenship." I v J - - "? . ., " I . v 4 " d PuiBuant to notice given last week, Rev. Dr. Young, pastor of the Methodist Church, delivered a sermon on San- day evening in his church. There were in attendance, besides the regular communicant, members of all other churches in the city, students of Madison Institute, Central University, and officers of the county and citv Government, who thus honored themselves in honoring the speaker with their presence. In all the borders of our populous county there is no one mure competent to discuss the grave subject named Certainly there is none who can speak with such earnestness and intelligence, if we take practice and not theory into consideration. For Dr. Young is not only a student of affairs but a man of affairs, active, aggressive, untiring in his work of uplifting humanity. His voice is heard far and wide in advocacy of a reform of our sociological conditions, and hence his words have weight with those who view with alarm the tendency of the times to an aristocracy of wealth, the disappearance ol the middle class," and the debauchery ol the ignorant, indolent and vicious elements of our citizenship. The Clisiax is unable to give more than a paragraphic outline of the lecture, but this may serve to show along what lines and on what plane Dr. Young pitched his remarks These ex- I tracts may biitfice, with apology for their brevity: no subject lxfore the There is y civilized world engaging such attention to-da- ernment. Let not your capital be hoarded, but give work to the idle by investment in legitimate enterprises. See what a contrast we have here. We build churches, endow colleges, erect hospitals, maintain charitable institutionsand license evils that debauch our youths and cut down men in the flower of life, disgracing parents and friend), orphaning children, heedless of the cry wrung from the widow's broken heart and ruined home. the hands of our officers whenever they take a stand against evil. Their courage is costiy, pernaps, out wnat is the Chief end of Man? Heirken unto me, Women! moth era, daughteis; pray for our rulers, for upon tne discharge of their sworn duties depend your happiness or misery. You who cannot have a, voice in your government can pray! You must suffer but make no sign save to the Ruler of the Universe. The danger of civization is disintegration. Individualism, selfishness, lack of unity, disregard for our neighbor's wel fare these are infractions of the Golden Utile, and as families cannot survive buch evils neither can the State. Therefuie, let there be of purpese, ot effort, of devotion, blessed by Christ, 'turn upon the evil the batteries j! our united energy, intelligent o and viitue, and bellihuess will and Christ-lik- e bide Us head and patriotism will reign btipieme! Up-pTh- at -self-denial L. Bright?who business trip to Tyronu last week. Traynor, Turner and had to reappear. jhiss rsoitj of Lancaster, is It was a treat to hear Mrs. H. B. teaching a spring chboljat High4 Point. Hanger's voice again in public, and her Capt. W. B. Jones sold one young splendid personal appearance and sing- mule to Andy Cochran for $65. ing were acknowledged with applause. Mr. James C. Adams sold to Humo She was also encored. Bro. & Co. 42 barrels of com at $1.65 in i Perhaps the best musical number, the crib. .' 'best' possibly because our untutored Most of the farmers have begun plow ear failed to rightly estimate the others, ing for corn and tobacco. Wheat is was the quartette by Mrs. Pickels, Miss looking well. Pattie, and Messrs Mitchell and Arnold. aIone were worth the prjCeof Plymouth Rock Eg js For Sale. nl5s8;on and we wiU pay thjrty.five Mr. M. F. Arbuckle will sell Barred cent8 a week for three month8 to hear Plymouth Rock eggs at $1. per setting :. aione of 15, roosters this season from Sid ConBut in truth the affair was so evenly excellent, that it is venturesume to par- ger Ind., and E B. Thompson N Y. ticularize. We only know that it was stock all sold. For Indian game eggs, Mrs. W. A. Aras a whole a grand success, whilst tho at same price, apply to same for both. buckle. personality and ceaseless work of Miss Mrs. ,M. F. Arbuckle, Pattie in all minds and hearts reigned Silver Creek, supreme. J ad-bo- ld & . Post-offi- ce -- ?a Madison Count'. A man in skirts is stealing everything he can find loose in the East End of Owensboro. Kentucky. This Act Alone Deserves Reward. as Christian Citizenship, iis duties meaning, obligations It is studied in closets and in legislative halls, in colleges and in the slums of the cities, with a high regard for the solemnity of the subject. What ib Citizenship, the definition of which is almost unverbally misunderstood in its true meaning? 'Il is that civic organization by which people cooperate for mutual protection and the security of the common welfare. A a corporation corporation ofjwhich every nativeor naturalized citi zeu is a member." Our responsibility to this corporation is the same, for our security, protection, and common welfare. Ignorance of our duties and responsibilities to our corporation and to the w is our greatest enemy and the worst obstacle to progiess. Many view the corporation a created for their personal benefit, protection and political advancement. The relation of ttie public official to the corporation is misunderstood He is not ttie imibter. but tne servant, lie is not the employer but the employee. And when lie has discharged the duties commuted to his cure lie le e.es lrom the corporation the commendation, "Wei! done, good and f.ntliiul servant" Christian citizenship is the enemy of orld-at-lar- For the fourth const cutive time has CORRESPONDENCE. the Richmond Military Band Concert been postponed out of courtesy to some other entertainment, and we WACO. make this unsolicited appeal, esMaster Jessie Dykes, of Richmond, Ms pecially to those organizations to whom the band gave way, to patronvisiting his aunt, Mrs. Nancy Benton. ize tho hitter's grand concert on TuesMiss Lizzie East spent last week in day night, March 1. Prof. Minier has College Hill, with Miss Engle. not only the finest organization ever T. P Dudley, who is now at Curley's iu Richmond, but he will add other distillery, Camp Nelson, spent Saturday features to ensure an attractive proThe War Songs Concert a Grand Success. and Sunday at home. gram. If you do not care to hear the Robert Maupin, of Waco, and his Professor wring music from a stove Miss Mar Patiie, First in Var(ongs), Fust in "Peace, and First in the hearts of cousin, Percy Maupin, of Station Camp, pipe nor listen to Monsignor Hugh Tevis on the saxophone, you might Richmond people, was next to the hap left for Atlanta. III., yesterday. piest person in town on Monday night boys have like o hear the vocal quartette, by Since several oi the school Hie happieatper&on was tier father, who witnessed her triumph at the War Songs Concert with more intense de light, perliai s, than the prima donna herself. ..When one thoughtfully considers the intense strain en brain and body, on patience and on nerves, that is involved in the production of so large and successful a mimical performance as that of Monday night, he will appreciate the feelings of the popular young lady who of sight ducking;, they have decided to turn a deaf ear to all cries of "hchool butter." Saturday afternoon while driving by the Waco mill, tne horse driven by Misses Belle and Florence Lykins, became frightened and lan off, tearing the trained and taught ami conducted the performers through without an error. It were a waste of words to say more. Miss Pattie's work in our midst has drawn to her all hearts, and it is ever a pleasure to give evidence of this high esteem by patronizing her performances Hut be it understood this, her last, most trying exhibition, was wholly for the beuetit of others the organ fund of the First Presbyterian Church. Ttie program consisted of War Songs, those thrilling hymns sung hv the bos m grey and blue, when the battle raged, or in the prison ceh; on earthen death or ai bidding homo farewell Mitiy be ejes were moist at strains and worn that revived memories of the bloody internecine war. The program h.s repeatedly appeared in print, and as we ignorance. I would have two qualifications for have spacn at this laie hour for only a voting: Virtue and Intelligence. Let few remarks we ask indulgence for what that control our destiny ol our Republic. mav not be said as well as for that whi.-is. You say I am radical. I take it as a he ChorubOS both by the older ones compliment, no matter w hat your meaning may be. The intelligence f as well as the twenty pupils of Caldwell this country being divided between the High school, were admirably trained political parties. It leaves tliem to play and rendered. The Vacaut Chair, sung by Messrs. tor the vote of the ignorant tor the balTraynor, Turner Mitchell and Arnold, ance of power. Poverty is the result of individual was well received. Whilst all the oth vice or ijf the condition of atlairs sur- ers did well we noted the improvement and strength of Mr. Mitchell's tenor, rounding us. which was pronouncedly fine on this fuHuman poverty is the problem of occasion. ture ceutuiies. Our civilization is the creaLoriua by Miss Pattie was sung with tor of it, and the forces w Inch build up this characteristic expression andfor an en civilization are apt to tear it down. core she sang a Medley which captured Hence, Sociology is the future science the house. and its studj is the pressing need- ol Mr. John Turner's fine sole was the ' the hour. cause of his recall, when he was given The great ''middle class" is passing' an ovation. away. Concentration of wealth on the Then Miss Georgia Ray MacMillan one hand audits eoutomitaut impover- recited Music on the Rappahannock ishment of the many, leaves us the with piano accompaniment, which was ploblem of the antagnism of two classes rapturously encored j.returiug she reto be dealt with iu the future. cited "'When Katie Studied Delsarty." This is not pessimism. Upon its solu- This was humorous and so well rention our peace and prosperity depend. dered that she was forced to respond It devolves upon christians to settle! again, and with equal success gave the these questions. "Ye are the light of "Hindoos Paradise." Her recitations the world." were among the features of the even Upon the clear head and pure heart, ing. the virtue and intelligence of this coun Prof. Minier employed the guitar try, depends the solution of this prob- to advantage to show the passing of a lem of the age, the inequalities of con- military band. The effect was fine. He ditions which menace our security and was encored. threaten the very foundations of gov A trio, very fine, was saug by Messrs. h 1 - Mrs. W. G. White. Mrs. G. W. Piekels, Mersrs. Mitchel and Aonold, o r Miss Pattie's solo, or Miss MacMillan's thrilling recitation, or Mr. Flora's bass solos, or the of little girl musicians And there are dozens of other features, such as harness and vehicle to pieces and pitch- mandolin, guitar, banjo, cornet, flute ing the occupants upon the pike near and clarinet solos, an orchestra composed entirely of mandolins with .the carpenters shop. Both ladies were severely hurt about the head and lace a novel accompaniment with brass instruments. and were other wise, much bruised. This entertainment is exclusively for Wiak Biggerstaffand Bob Terrill had the benefit of the band whose memquite an exciting chase here, the 14th, bers have spent $1,000 for instruments for Valentine Cane who is wanted in and are perfecting an organization of Richmond for carrying concealed w twenty-tw- o pieces that will eclipse It proved to be Valentine's day in anything of the kind in Richmond or more senses than one as the young fugi Kentucky. They have- spent their tive skipped merrily over the hills and money and their time and the prodfar away leaving two hot, tired and dis- uct is a band which wo should as a gusted men to report to their chief. city unitedly encourage, support and l.ast Saturday night Don Carlos Buell take pride in. The members are soBallew, Waco's colored barber, gave a ber, industrious, deserving young big dance in his shop which came near men, possessing undoubted musical ending fatally forone young boy present. talent, and having the advantage of The music by the colored band was good the ablest and most conscientious diand ae the "wee sma' " hours flew on rector, wo are not surprised that Prof. apace, the 'mirth and fun grew fast and Minier guarantees one of the finest furious. musical exhibitions ever given here. The pipes loud and louder blew, Attend this concert. Show your inThe dancers quick and quicker flew, terest in this excellent enterprise. They reel'd, they set, they cross'd, Give your little mite toward estabthey cleekit, lishing it firmly iu our midst. Go! Till iuka carlin swat and reektt, Two dusky swains, Thomas Hackott and OF RESPECT. RESOLUTION Peter Estell, who become enraged over some remarkes made on the ball room Stafford Lodge No. 562, F. & A. M. floor, drew his "barker" breaking up the Wuekeas, It has pleased the Sapteme dance, then there was a "hot time in Masti-in His wisdom to remove from the old town." The barber saying a earthly cares to his reward in heaven, good run is better than a poor stand Bro. .las. Mackey, having departed this made his exit as rapidly as possible i;r.. Tn..a.iT o iboq in. ,;, ,inni, 111C UHUUUIJ .., AUflJ. 'J J.w uibu while Will Harris, who took no part in Masonry has lost one ot its most ardent wound a the fray, received the only admirers and staunchest friends; there bullet hole in the outer ear. Such is a vacant seat in the Lodge room carousals should be looked into by our around which will linger the most citizens. reverant memory and the tenderest recollection, and that affection will alCREEK. SILVER ways pay tribute to his name. The memory of our Brotherhood will bear Miss Hallie Campbell, of Paint Lick, to those who came after him the history spent last week with her cousin, Miss of a true brother, true mason, true man. Mary Ballard. Retohed, That this Lodge tenders to Mr. Ed Powers, spent Sunday in his family its sincere sympathy and the Richmond. assurance of each member that there Mr. Gabo Swearenger and family left is a full realization of tho sorrow that for their home at Sidney Ohio, Thurs over shadows them. Be it further reday. solved that a copy of these resolutions Rev. W. R. Potter returned home Sat- be spread upon the minutes of this lodge, a copy sent to his family, to the Masonic urday, after a ten days stay in Tenn. Mr. W. B. Jones Jr. spent Saturday Home Journal, and the Richmond Clinight and Sunday, with relatives at max and the Clay City Chionicle. W. J. Howell,") Kingston. Geo. W. Lyl.iJb. Com. Mr. Dick- - Bratton and family, have NoRVAH WIHEC3AN. J moved on the Fields farm, near Kirks-villof Owens-bo-ro The First Baptist-Churcwill build another mission church manager of Hume Mr. Will Nelson, Bro. & Co., store at this place, made a in that city. received an out orchestra eap-on- s. - r I e. h who dty, I Cv;it - irv .miss aeorgia-airanntm- r-Di icb-- 1 Mr. a: i n.e nevennerjTncp-OT-rnifr-rneTrr?'- T mm ML", I -- - - -- . &e -- ; 'y. -,-- - -- 0 ,.-- -. - ' , .v -- ?rBl , f- - .T'' f ; 1 I I I t 1$J uUif LI A11 f m JFfc m mh mb .w Nft b.Ioo1 and a depleted condition of this I ILt ulINu U11 FOR SPRING' U1' I I fit ' B ale invited to join in the chorus. VERSE NO. 1. "nBUMMBBBMB TWO SPEING SHAPES in our $ 7f - SsSStSSr SI."h" " Hood's Pills vjT - sy 9 CSiJRte Mttjrfjep vitalizing the blood, it overcomes v,,a"lr and that 's ' vhk H HI fe-s- a MPM'Q QHftpQ vm- - BggS sj SSaSS" - cures nausea, sick head and "" llver u8" .$ Footpads are invading Henderson. The Modern Way Commends itself to the to do pleasantly and effectually what was formerly done in the crndest manner ?nd disagreeably as well. To cleanse the system and break up colds, headaches, and fevers without unpleasant alter effects, nso the dehghful liqnid laxative remedy. Syrup of Figs- - Made by California Fig Syrup Co. Ieb2-lm iUi i & ' ctts4. HIlK V o ALL - OVER - NOW! i The fall trade and the holiday trade have come to a close, and having had the largest and most successful season during its business career, the usy Bee Cash -- Stores SALE sharp knife. I I lp Hx I :zEepj I 'a2 - Sfe--' S MfiP"""" ' -- MeHER HHHKli S " o v -- 5k J1 $z TO uv l Kits $5 Smt l5 buve . ft . 5vu s CoU 5ee"5vem.. Saw J' S)evTaveAav. " SSBV TMHIBn gik Has decided to commence the srreatest- a Benton is lighted by gas now. C.isaiRETSStimnlate liver, kidneys and bowels. Never sicken, weaken or Kripe. 10c. mavl-l- y iA-i- .; ys&."B Km a Sill 3'BB3fflfew $B?$S!3r i&g0Zg&&' ' vfi s JHBHH 5R NS' No new casscs of sniall-to- x are reported. Salt-Rheu- m at r EVER HELD IN THE CITY Not a Single Item in this Great Store lias escapeed the keen edge of our We did not stop at Overcoats, Clothing and Cloaks, hut went down the line and applied the cold steel to ef.ch Mid every department in the house. The cost of coods in many departments entirely lost sight of. our object beng to close out the entire line. 1 CLEARANC oooooooo tf DOUGLAS, BRIGHT N M & CO. A B'NS'V IS NK u fei N' N' N6 ?7gSJK7l1K9K9l Nfty 6 v iii The Richmond Climax. h HKiWnMHBBB3HBHB!HnMExnn - Mystic Midgets March Rev. 11. i Owens will preach at the Kingston Baptist Chinch on Sunday. j -- DAY FEBRUARY 23, - 1S;V j Messrs. Wallace & Rice, the well I known shoe men, will be "lad if yon I ill read the central Hue in their big; V 1 -- HK rtisements will be received c auvertisement CLIMAX with the guar- The Declamatory contest at Win- that its circulation exceeds 2 ctiester, in which Miss .Mary Coyle is to f any other paper published C represent Caklwell High School, Iies mnond. c been postponed until April. Peekin Duck eggs at 25 cents per also a few fine game cockerels for May Coixixs sale cheap. fcb23-lRichmond, Ky. 13, was my great affliction for a number of years. Doctors did not help me. By a friend's advice Ibegan using your medicines, and was perfectly cured after taking three bottles of mmmmmmmr Catarrh Hood's 46 Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 2o cts. per box. Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 :enta per package. Hon. Austin Peay, former State Senator, died in Christain county. If you haven't bought your winter dres 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 way in this department. hg "7 A; 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 hne and those who have waited until now to buy will reap a rich harvest. You can buy a grain sack full of shoes and boots for what a few pair.formerley cost you. We are selling in this great cut price sale good heavy, winter shoes for ladies at 69e per pair. Good winterboots for men at Sl.l' per pair. Children's shoes almostjput in to till up the sack. J keen-edge- d N- "- 5,j"i5OOOOJ9CW5O005O0O V o oarsapori Ayer' Restore full, regular action of the bowels, do not Irritate or iiinzme, but leave all the delleite digestive or- Kanim in perfect condition. Try them, is cents. ITeoared only by C L Hood i. Co.. Lowell, Has. Planters Evansville. Outs, Burns, Braises, Rheu CUBAN OIL Price, cures 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 3ou need anj carpets for your houses this spring buy them during this sale and save 23 per cent. We will offer during this sale one lot of about ) pair ladies' oxfords at 69c per pair. There is not a slipper in this lot that is not worth from $1.25 up to $2.50. but snes are all broken and the lot is composed of several different kinds. Tan, black, white and all color and shapes. Look through this lot while iu the house, we want to close them out. matism and Sores. Burglars made a raid on the outskirts of Mavfield. Sold by Perry &. Thomas, successors to W. G. White. A war is on between undertakers at 25 cents. Nice bleached table damask. 23c per yard; good red table cloth, full width, fast colors, 17c per yard; good outing e black cotcloth will be sold at 4c per yard; full ton, clear of dressing, only 41c per" yara; Green Ticket e Ix)nsdale, only Cc per yard; nice Sea Island cotton, 4c per yard. Take advantage of this big sale and buy your calicos for comforts at our cut prices. yard-widyard-wid- 99 J. MURPHY, 173HnlberrySt,Newark,NJ. Father Donnelly Dies From His Injures. ustrels Thursday night. r Stouffer for underwear. sept-'iO-Om The need of a good Spring Medicine When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, almost universal and Hood's candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c exactly meets this need. Be may5 lyr sure to get Hood's. it Mrs John Henry Jones was fatally Trigg county has a surplus of belled burned in Clark countv. is Sar-saparilla .fC(.lA1' M Geonre Rucker, age ten, son of I. C. Rucker. the well known Paint Lick miller, wa- - killed in his father's mill last Thursday afternoon. The little fellow went to the engine room below to grind his knife on a stone which was attached to a shaft. He was caught in the machinery and carried to the ceiling many times and when found was dead, almost every bone in his Strange to say body being broken. his face was not bruised notwithstanding the numerous times he was whirled Don't annoy others by your coughby the moving machinery. The re- ing, and risk your life by neglecting a mains were taken to Lancaster and cold. One Minute Cough Cure cures buried Friday. coughs, colds, croup, grippe and all The Mystic Midgets in Richmond, March 11 throat and lung troubles. Douglas & ".Mystic Midgets," a juvenile fairy Wines Druggist. spectacle comprising a cantata in two Grip is brevalent to a wide extent in i- - Rogers rerned. acts, was presented by the children Scott count v. advertise in the Climax. of the Columbus Ave. Universalist tMifler sells clotlaug cheaper than '"A Howling Success.''. The Ladies Aid Society of the Church last evening in a very creditaa U. Berea Baptist church, Berea, K3-.- , ble manner. Wherever properly introduced Dr. -.- ! . Ballard, of White Station, will give a Birthday Social at the new The cast included over Ui children, Caldwell'ri Syrup Pepsin, as a cure for . .t of Curt Rhodus 150 barrels of church Frklav night February 2."i, V?S. varying in age from 3 to 14 years, constipation, ha met wi'h phenomenal ' . at il.aO per lrrel. A literary and musical program will who figured as gnomes, fairies, eleves. sale. Many druggists cannot say - -- i , irter sells clothing cheaper than be rendered and refreshments served. and other denizens of the mysterious enough in praise ot its merits, as well as sept-i-0- i HAll persons bringiug birthday oHering fairy realm. The portraval of the its great popularity with the people I11 of a cent for each year of their age, will characteristic features of different na- 10c trial Bize and also in 50V and $1.00 Mr Mary Ann Kindred sokl 00 be given a ticket on the silk quilt tions by a company of midgets in ap sizes, at B. 1 Middleton's. feb2-loi her farm near Taint hick to made by the Ladies and will be en- propriate costumes was especially enRarnam. Prke not gi'en. Hopkinsvillehnsa "coacaine colony," titled t' the refreshments. Every- joyable. the New Era says. ami save money on body cordially invited. Stottr A large audience was present and i,:ng, over coaS anu Bnuerwfitr. "For fiive weeks I lived on cold water, greeted the youthful performers with sept Since the U. ?. Government has hearty applause. so to speak," writes a man who sufiered Remember the OJojuhI te.i Fri- - permited Mr. Y'erkes to remove the terribly from indigestion. In Lexington. !a uight at H. J. Strens's old stand, collector's office from the building He could hardly keep anything on erected and equipped for that purpose, s d.jor State BnU and Trust Co.. Captain J. D. Y'arrington, who for a his stomacli. What stayed, wasn't proall of the State officers want to romove number of years has conducted the perly digested and gave him terrible Stouffer for cheap ovwoats. their office. Gov. Bradley wants the Lakeview Green House three miles in pangs Governors office removed to Lancaster. the country, has recently fitted up This is not an nncommou case. DysIndignant and justh so. In the AuditorStone wants to Audit the state city headquarters in the Opera House peptics don't get enough nourishment. r --antime the I)enncratic mnjority in claims at Richmond, and all of the Building. They are generally thin and weak. Ma iion connty continues iiKjreasing. other State officers wants to move their "Lakeview" has received a large They may eat enough, hut they don't uits to order at ttoaffer's ct ready respective office to their homes Ttiere patronage in the past, and now that digest enough. Much of what they eat is just as good reason fir such change she is reprei-entein the city her busi- turns into poison. If this keeps on prices. a tuere is for ih change made by Mr ness will be largely increased. there's no telling ichat disease they John Greenieaf, of Itichinoml YVrke- -. Miss Anna Troupe, formerly with ma get noxt .uUt a d.jsen Miuoca chickens of R Bell, the florist, for seven years, and That's why it is best to take Shaker L. E.kin for S12. Lmcaster cor. ttau-fjCosch For C. U. an expert in her line of work, has sole Digestive Cordial, as toon as symptoms Journal. Bert Cunningham, the popnlar pitcher charge of the store and is prepared to of indigestion appear. what you want rive me of the Louisville League Base Ball Club, serve her friends and the public with If I havn't It cures all the evils of indigestion, your order subject to approval. has been engaged to coach Central Uni- fine plants and choice cut flowers of and prevents the evils which indigesversity team until he is called to report the season. Designs and decorations tion causes. John Doxelsox. for duty on the national diamond. He a specialty. Lexington Leader. Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to Madison comity, The Perkins, of national prominence Aud Mrs. Dr. L. J. Frazee, of this city $1.00 per bottle. It will be discontinued after the 2Sth is a player great benefit to the C. U. play- represents the above House and will Sa-a Washington Telegram to will be of inst. All the schools in Marshall county ers who seem determined to go out after furnish the finest flowers ever shown Thursday's Courier-Journahave closed for the winter terms. Championship this year. the in Richmond, aud at the lowest prices. A. S. Coyle, of Berea, was thrown Whooping cough is the most distressDecorations, house plants and funeral at Kingston. Declamatory Conlesl by a stallion last week bruising him designs a specially. Orders left at ing malady; but its duration can be cut A Declamatory Contest will be held inwardly, which was thonght fora while Mrs Frazee's or the Climax office short by the use of One Minute Cough to be fatal, but he is now improving. at Kingston Friday night. The will receive prompt attention. tf Cure, which is also the best known as remedy for croup and all lung and bronkeep a stock speakers and their subjects are Its a hard matter to "Hurrah For Danville !" Says W. P. Randall Farris, "Ben chial trouble. Douglas & Wines Drugon hand all the time; but follows: J. of vehicles Collector John W. Y'erkes went to gist. Chariot Race;" Horace Beaty, if you will leave vour order with me Hur's Republic;" J. L. Washington and by his pursuasive 'Our Duty to the you will get what you want. Black measles are claiming many vicwords and handsome presence succeed Maupin, "Sew South;" Malcom Doxelsox. tims in the mountain counties. Joitn "Burial of Moses;" Thos. Black, ed in getting the secretary of the treasThe Sue Bennett Memorial School "March of Mind;" Thos. Harris, ury to order that the office of collector PIattfolNUB,AN TEA cures Dyspep-- r iHlllvl V sia, Constipation and Indinow has in regular attendance about "Surrender of Leo." Ten cents ad- of internal revenue might be removed 100 students. This well bespeaks the mission will be charted, the proceeds from Richmond to Danville- - A long gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. time before he was appointed Mr. G.Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. success of the institution. JLondon to go to the winner. Wiite. Y'erkes told us that he expected to Kentuckian. A New Holel. For Richmond. The question of building a tabernacle make the move if he got the office and at Madisonville is again being agitated. Master Robert Dunn, of White The old Garnett House, opposite the he generally gets what ha goes after. Station, who has been seriously HI for What pleasure is there in life with a Court House, on Second street, has been We sympathize with Richmond in her tome time with enlargement of the repainted and refurnished throughont, save our tears for a deep- headache, constipation and biliousness? loss but shall liver, is rapidly improving and is now Thousands experience tbem who could and will he thrown open to the public in er sorrow. Stanford Journal. be out of danger. tlwught to wili be conducted by R. become perfectly htalthy by using a few days. It Seems as if alfthe things we like dis in the popular Hurst 'immor. the well known baker and Little Early Risers, the famous Insurance agree with us, and all the things wedon't j little pills. Douglas & "N mes Druggist. Home Ins. Co., may be had by writ- contectioner. It is an assured fact that like, agree with us Dyspepsia lurks in ing county agent J. W, Chanev Berea, the public will be pleased with the conThe Clark connty Fiscal Court has most of the good things we eat, and inor enquire at Freeman Bro. Richmond. duct of the hotel by its new proprietor of ap- sold $7,000 worth of county bonds. digestion follows the gratification tf who has been conducting a popular petite. Of course, it isn't Nature's fault. Dost Toiacc Spit and Smoke "Xonr life AM7. years. Rales At a called meeting of the city restaurant here for several IT yoa want to quit tobacco using easily does the best she can, and if a Mature be made well, strong, magnetic, counril last Wednesday night, Hocker SI 50 and $2. per day. man will only help her a little bit at the and forever, life aua vigor, full of new , Smith, who was recently relieved from eac what he likes and tuu tnat makes weak men right time, The A 0. U. W. Revived. teu pouuds in ten days. the position of city hostler by the as he likes- - Dr. Pierce's Pleas- strong. Many Rain Over 400.00CI cured. The well known fraternal insurance as much ilayor, was reinstated by the board. guarantee to cure, Eftj or ant Pellets are for people who are trouble drncrfst, underand sample mailed tree Ad. order, Ancient Order of United 1.00. Booklet Particularly for those Sterling Remedy Co., Chicaso ochewl ork. Mr. Walker Mason, formerly of this which has had for yeant a with indigestion. county, has retired from the editor thriving lodge here, was jrreatly strecg-thene-d in whem it manifest itself in the form of are quick The debating societies are all busy shin of the Williamsbnrff Times, and last week by the initiation of constipation. The 'Pellets" getting ready far the spring oratorical will devote his time to the praciice of one dczeu excellent members; about and easy in their action. They are in eon tests. ' 2saturc They law. G. M- - Heath a practical news twenty more will join on Friday night perfect harmony with do a little good We an anxious to cure. Yon need man succeeds Mr Mason. next, when the membership will rea zh effect a permantent only a little while. in this world and can think of no pleas-antthem regularly a take We notice in several of our ex- about fifty. Meetings are held twii or better way to do it than by rethat, use them occasionally when neighboring counties, month, the dues are 50 cent3 a month, After changes from commending One Minute Cough Cure whilst you have eaten anything that disagrees of pneumonia, consump tobacco thieves are again wory-I- n $2,000 is the limit of insurance, that with you They may ne laren ju&& no &a a preventive the ianners A HamberoflannerB the yearly cast ot sasae tsso smaw, uu ' freely as you would take water or any tion and olber senouslung- trouDies tnas that thW lis acted colde. Doeglas & Wines in Bourbon have lost from four hua-dre- d the investment so secure, of fratarral other necessity of life. Once used they Jfilar r iiir iiiuLj w ponnds of to- - j ina to twelve hundred J'lttnasuK. are always in favor. V ?l c ' iwwraao bftcco from tkeir baras. -' . w r. .1 l ! for-ge- t -1 ( 3t hustling young That popular and . s Jeannette Frost begun her school at White Station Mou- - firm. Douglas. Bright & Co., are publishing a series of musical gems in the Climax. The first number appears at I as and caps latest styles and Jo the top of this page. sept at toaffer's- -- I sell the best coal in town and hear Field and Hnuson's nt absolutely no complaints. It burns - els at tlw opera house Thursday instantly, and leaves no clinkers. Coleman Seil Agt. R. X. I. & B. -- ' n't bay a sait or Itat for yor boy Depot, Telephone SO. ut seeing Stoallers. Great success was the presentanew Postoflice lias been tion of the Mystic Midgets at the witli Hnb Stevens as "Odeon" last evening for the benefit aster. of the Presbyterian Hospital of this .thing at prices never so low at city. Cincinnati Enquier. sopt29-6e- i :!trs. An exchange says that a set of .lonial tsa Friday Bight will swindlers are sending out circulars .a by the ladies of the C. W. B. promising "in order to reduce goods," to send to any address postage prent miss it. etc. at paid, ten yards of red, brown or green - A new stock of silk for $1. The eager victims, who Donelson's. are many, receive ten yards of silk Mason Jones 1ms been appointed from a spool. - .aster at Combs, this county, vice Moral: Buy from Merchants who tf ! w-- e.29-lsept-29-6ei W. W. Williamson, of Carlisle, is The Rev. F. J. Doinelly, pastor of St. now preaching half his time at More-fiel- d, John's Catholic church in Georgetown, 11. stic Midgets ifarch Ky. Lexington Messenger. Kl-d- died Monday morning as the result of a tier is the oldest dotliier, f nrnish-HattWilliamson is a of Jailer an accident sustained about two weeks in tie city, Lackev. ago in getting off a moving train at the '.Js and Hanson's Minstels at Mrs. Ann Watts wishes boarders, Georgetown depot. In stepping from hoose Thursday niagt day, week, or month. Rooms empty or the car he fell and the wheels ran over Avenue, next one of his feet, crushing it to a jelly. u can find Hice slwuider meat at furnished. Part of the foot was amputated and laatherage & Co , at 6 cents per door to Cobe Taylor, opposite Episcoer er son-in-la- w sept-29-ftm a buzzards. Children and adults tortured by burns, scalds, injuries, eczema or skin diseases may secure instant relief by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is the great Pile remedy. Douglas & Wines Drtipgist. A Marshall county man is hunting gold near Benton. THINK ABOUT YOUR HEALTH pal Church. ter pneumonia set in. Father Donnelly was sixty-fiv- e years of age. He was born at Rome, X. Y. He has had charge of churches in Nicholasville. Richmond, White Sulphur, Covington and Newport. Fatal Accident at Paint Lick. This is The Time lo Give Attention to Your Physicial Condition. establish-iUxnesbof- O The warmer weather which will come with the approaching spring months should find yon 6trong and in robust health, your blood pure and your appetite good. Otherwise you will be in danger of serious illness. Purify and enrich your blood with Hood's Sarsapar-illl- a and thus "prepare for spring." This medicine makes rich, red blood and gives vigor and vitality. It will guard you against danger from the changes which will soon take place. feb9 lm Mormon elders have invaded Crittenden connty. a New 31an of Him. Bryan, Ohio, Jan. 13, 1S97. Gentlemen: For years I had been suffering from indigestion. Had a poor appetite and could not eat anything containing grease and had constantly a worn out feeling. After using three 50c bottles of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin I am now able to eat anything my appetite craves and can say it has made a new man of me. Ell Bowen. For feb2-lSale bv H. L. Middleton. Salie Cannon, 1 young woman, committed suicide at Indianapolis. 31ade m What we have left in underwear will be sold at the following prices: Children's 10c vests at 5c; 15c vests at 10c; 25c vests at 15c; ladies' 25c vests at 15c; 40c vests at 24c; fOc vests at 29c; men's 35c ribbed vests at 23c; men's 50c ribbed estsat39c; men's 75c and $1 vests will be closed at cne price, 49c; drawers to match all vests, same price as vef ts. In this sale yon can get good men's hats at 39c. real fur ats for men, nobby and stylish, at 69c. You can ss.ve from $1 to $4 on a trunk by taking advantage of this cut price sale. 1 Men's suits and parts of suits will be sokl in this sale at ridiculously low prices. Children's knee suits ami youths and boys' suits have also felt the effect of our cold steel. long-pa- Even before going to print people are staring in amazement at the low prices we are naming on goods and as this sale will be thoroughly advertised, our house will be jammed with eager pursharers. So get in line and follow the ) crowd. Get your plate of the peaches and cream we are giving away before it is all gone. Thanking you before hand for your patronage of this sale and for your liberal past favors, we are very respectfully. Everybody Says So. Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the cost wonderful medical discoverv of Uie age. p cus-aand refreshing to the tasie, act pent y and positively on kidneys. liver aud Im.wc.s, cleansing the entire systrm, dispel co!d, cure headache, fever, habitual constipation and biliousness. Please btiv and try a box or C. C. C. y ; 10, i". SO cent, bold and guaranteed to cure by all drupgists. The House at Washington took to the at - W. , D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. Bankruptcy Bill. Just try a 10c. ,hrtv- nf Poc(rotc , the ; , finest liver and oowei regulator ever made. mavl lv M i ry V ' Jft mm Six $f& w M3MV R"hR"1 JL- - b-g- ies, iMMjMMiMi lr57Jr7SR7R V a JL-- 7il7I ate Mj M W Mf g ft W M i f V 1 KNOW f V M, N. sept-29-- 6i 7fo ?k . MS lir TT"- - ztysz - m $s Ml M R Nil v-e a Nft v-- e 7f 1 sejtt-JM-- js-sto r s- 8 ' MV H sept-rfl-- m d Ml . rl '8SS' fj N6Z BKai A M Si M ft Post-Uffi- ce s l. Has moved to his new place on Second Street, in the Garnett House Block, the store formerly occupied by T. H. Karr, where he is ready to serve the public in the future as he has in the past,, and earnestly solicits everybody to come and see him. Here are a few of the samples of how he will treat you: S 7s x Xr Mfc Hen-dre- n. 71 J ace-- Overcoats sold Overcoats sold Overcoats sold De-Wit- t's at $6.00 at $7.50 at $9.00 Overcoats sold at $10.00 Shoes that sold at $1.50 Shoes that sold at 2.00 Suits that sold at $5.oo Now $4-0Suits that sold at $7.00 Now $5-6Suits that sold at SiO.oo Sjow $8.00 Suits thatsold at $13.50 NoW$I0.8o 0 o and Profit! tit ... . as CO s Shoes Shoes Shoes 0nr that sold at 2.50 NOW $2 OO that sold at 3.00 fow $2.40 that sold at $4.oo qW $3 20 SJqw SfoW JNJOW SfoW $8.00 $4.8o $6.00 $7.20 5MKnt e 00 Now $1.20 NOW $I.6o Hats thatsold for $1.00 Now Socts Hats that sold for $1.25 JSfoW $1.00 Hats that sold for $1.50 jyQy $1.20 Hats that sold for $2.oo OW $I.6o Hats thatsold for $2.50 lm"m Nw $4oo -- v a s N JOW $2.00 IX N Jr z. vusajno-i-v-ixu- h he-ma- y wonder-worker- BnyKo-To-Bacofyo- Work-ingme- n, This is an opportunity that does not occur often. Take advantage of it and supply yourself. AA 1 pa-pap- er er U1 v "' STRE8G, i The Clothier; The Shoer, . The Hatter, The Furnisher.' ii V . 'Mr - .. I ortfM. m 1 ",P'BPBPrBv&' - v - ' - ' : - Tiv - sWZ sr y " 7I 7m. '""hp-i . I SWh sW ' v l. ;fl Ii AV fsFw isvw in Z: nx p its n : i sx ' -.. .- i -- TA Vft i- - s: SADDLERY.:: mi JGHK W. Mil. on His Strongs Speech The Tellers Resolution. Only One Way lo Reach Parity Bclwcen Gold And Silver Gives The Two Metals Equal This Always SucRights at The Mints Other Course a Failure cessful Goldbug Arguments Unworthy of Senators. The Silver Knight-TVatchma- Both tho method and results when AtWxltebAzbell's cheaper Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant e harness, All lands of than can be bought any where in Richmond. and refreshing to the taste, and acta Give na a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, febM-t- f tnaranted. Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and enres habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho IMS only remedy of its kind ever proac3bg'SK8f ' duced, pleasing to tho taste and ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most fe "THE STYLISH PATTERN." Ar- healthy and agreeable substances, its Original. Perfect-V tistic Fashionable. ; Fitting. Prices lO and 15 cents. J many excellent qualities commend it fl None higher. None betlerat any price- - I to all and have made it the most Some reliable merchant sells them in popular remedy known. for ? nearly every city or town. Ask Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 1 them, or they can be had by mail from f V u$ In either New Yor or Chicago. J cent bottles by all leading drugy Stamps taken. Latest Fashion Sheet '. gists. Any reliable druggist who g tent upon receipt of one cent to pay propostage. ; may not have it on hand will who cure it promptly for any one wishes to try it- - Do not accept any i substitute. hand-mad- Geo. White. Lxvkrt Stable. GALL &tiern 51i MSGfiLEi 3&( MAGAZINE T G I X j Hints, Fancy Work, Current To?-Fiction, all for only 50 cents a year, in own srlec . I eluding a free pattern, your Jtr tion any time. Send two for sample copy. Address r : v THE McCALL COMPANY, 4 West 14th Street, New Y:L. ( 6 , - 1S9 Fifth Avenue, Chics --o. Brightest ladies' magazine published. Invaluable for the heme. Fashions cf I the day. Horns Literature, Household J msi CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRAHCISCO. CAL HEW YORK, 10UISY1UE, AT. jan5-l- y ftX i Wanted-f- tn Idea ' nt C and list of two hundred inventions wanted. Protect your Ideas: ther may bring you wealth. Writ- - JOHN WEDDERBtTRN & CO Patent Attor-ceya. Washlngtrfn, D. for their tl.SU prize offer SSS 143-J4- HHES TORNADO -- 'FARM (FORI M HUEproperty against homes and f The nndersipned has a farm of 20O acres as a whole or to salt purchaser, which he offers at private sale; situated at i county. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., within a halfmileof White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. d cash, TEEMS Sale will be made For particulars, balance to suit purchaser. address one-thir- I represent four of the most reliable Insurance Companies in the United States and respectfully ask for a share of of the metal. STATION, your patronage. WHITE'S We at least know when we approach this subject that the experiments which waon the waters of Silver Creek. It is well S. F. ROCK, tered. There is no better land in Madison Republican party made, whether OxLJt Geo. D. White, business Insure your Fire Tornado. While the Teller resolution was under consideration Senator Daniel, of Virginia addressed the Senate in tho following eloquent words which will charm and convince a.1 who read and reflect: Mr. President, I had not anticipated so interesting a dissertation from my distinguished friend from Mussachusotts Mr. Hoar in answer to a simple question. Whatever may bo his view of the matter, I think he largely concedes in his answer the principle and theory that we contend for. I think it must be manifested that if we were to have tho tree and unlimited coinage of silver certain inevitable results would flow. In the firbt place, gold would not have after that the monopoly that it almost possesses nov. It would consequently not be so dear a metal nor so difficult to obtain. On the other baud, the silver bullion and the silver dollar would be put at immediate parity. This is also plain, because the siher bullion that makes the dollar would go below the value of the dollar into which it might be freely, easily, and conveniently made. The result would be that two currents of inthe fluence would be set intooperation gold dollar to a decline, the silver dollar to a rise. To what extent those in fluences might operate to bring them into exact equivalents of each other must, in the nature of things, be and no complete test can ever be made except by experiment. Those of use who advocate making that experiment have the assurances of philosophical thought, the assurances of many examples in this and in other na tious where coinage laws have hail and powerful effect upon the value of the metal "We have as our guide the further fact that experiments on other lines havo altogether failed that is to say, have failed to restore tho parity of the metal. The experiment of tho Bland act failed to restore the parity of the metal. The experi ment of the Sherman act of 1S90, which was so ablv advocated and sustained by the honorable Senator from Massachusetts, also failed to bring up the parity con-jectua- l, je:-l- y 2G'. Sec. Street, (Vp Stairs). the lias febS-t- f White's Station, Ky. C and list cf two hundred Invention wasted. Who can think of some simple thine to rmtent? Protect yourdean. tbrT may bring you wealth. Write JOHN WLDDEKB&RN CO- - Patent Attorneys, Washington. D for their Jl.KJU pmo offer Wanted-- An Idea EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS' B QjHEHHEE S Anyone sending a sketch and decrtptlim may Quickly ascertain our cpin:cn free whether an invention Is probatjy patentable. Handbook on Patents er.t free, oldest acency fcr rccunnp patent. Co. receive Patents Uru llirmich Munn tpeclal notice, without charge. In the Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. SHH Scientific American. A handsomely Illatrat wwkly. Trncst J3 a cnlation of anr pcienuflc Journal. year: four months, IL Sold by all newsdealers. IHIlINN&Go."BBranch OSce, CS -- New York F St, Washington, D. C L. & In. R. K. Tx i. DIVISION. R Anv p. u. 7.20 lv. a. M. 6.20 Effect Nov. 7, 1S9G. Pan-- . Mavsville, Win chester and Lexington mail have continuously failed, and are y here and now a monumental failure. OF Ttie more they have made their experiments upon silver the more the silver National Importance bullion has gone down, so that they have never yet treated the subject in the manner the Democratic party has ad vised, and their own theories are in collapse and ruined. Mr. President, iheir is another fact CONTAINS BOTH. which powerfully illustrates and impresses the theory which we adocate. Just Daily, by mail, - - - SGayear in so far as that theory has been permit Daily & Sun'3', by mail, SSayear ted by the Republican party of the country to go into effect it has been eminently and completely successful; j7 that is to say, in every case in which we have petmitted silver bullion to be is the greatest Sundaj" News- transmitted by mint process into a by legal procets into legal tender paper in the world. that piece of silver has at once fprung By mail, S2 a year. Price Sc. a copy. up to and maintained its arity with Address THE SUN, New York. gold. In pas-ii-i; between the doctrines TS K fcAcnnnndltnEiTMATissi relieved which from year lo year have been exLDB.kJTSt tby Ur. Mlics" Kervo Plasters. pounded m this chamber by tho eminent gentlemen who hate epoken toTHE WONDERS OF SCIENCE day and those doctrines to which Long Troubles and Consumpton Can be the Democratic party adheres we have these objei4 lessons to contemplate, that Cured. every time their doctrines have been An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist applied they have made the patient Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. wotse, and that just in so far as we have been permitted to practice our doctrine's The distinjrnished New York chemist, T. A. we have restored the patient to perfect Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a rehealth, to a parity and equality with liable and absolnte cure for Consumption to-da- ews and Opinions in its coinage laws, whether in the currency laws or its treasury practices, Th e Sun AUOINE The Sun da Sun dol-lara- Express for Cincinnati, r. Citfinnnti I Vinti-iton- , m. 2.00 jl'xiimton mail. viii. Winchester and Paris Mays-1.00 l.tw 11.43 a. m- - 3.1 p. m. 1.15 London, Jel- I'jiieville. H.t 12 55 Fa1? line for Livinireton, M. Lul(n,JelHco Knoxville 3.19 Fa-- t line for Cincinnati, P. M. I'.iris Winchester. 11.43 -- :30 Matilonl. 7:05 For further particulars call on or address, Telephone 78 Kilanil. Lancaster and ranforrt. It. w land, Lancaster and 10:10 A. JI EUPER HOOD, Agt. h x&r I ! SOUTHERN (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting awav, will send THREE FREE BOTTLES (all diHerent) of his Ne-- Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax ruing lor tnem His "New Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patieutlv experimenting for years, has produced results as benifieial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius. His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," filed in his American and European laboratories in thousana rom those cured in all parts of the world. concede that bronchial, Medical exper chest and lnng troaales lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and certain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M. C, 9S Pine street. New York, giving postomce and express address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent. Batterers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that yon saw his offer Jly7-l- y in the Richmond Climax. v -- gold. So iviULim. IV ICKNT1JCKY I xlTert tiw S, 1897. I Sft L I Ka 5- - I Xo. 3. rASTitiMiNn. fTyTJiuUvtilo "Tam 4 (fiptni 7 J"ipm S.Hain 5.40pm u lUpm Ar SMimiHc. rriMi-li'3)pm U ftOpm Iflrtlain Ar . . . Id Slam 6.52pm KIIHpra Ar VitsjiIIi. . Hl.Vmm 7 SOpin' ia3jpm . Ar n&WH&sm&mMa W 0 mm Ti gfin Iir-uBi 'g"' if. Mb. H KmlB W 111 H WB ,(:.,,. Thn t . I Or,i-,i:r- , I I1C LCQUIIIg, OUCUICIIill ui lr1 HUiciuauj FX lt s 20 YEARS 111 OHIO. I say, Mr. Prsident, as this great question of the science of money is largely experimental and as no man can utter arbitrary doctrines about it, we at leabt go into the conflict holding up to the world success complete in so far as we havo been permitted to make our experiment, and lamentably confessed and disastrous failure just in so far as the theories of our opponents have been permitted to be practiced upon the country. Here I know what will spring up in the minds of gentlemen upon the other side. It is to say that there must be redemption of the silver dollars in gold dollars in order to maintain the parity. have in refutation of that doctrine to lay before the Senate a letter received from Hon. John G. Carliule, Secretary of the Treasury, a few years ago, when this argument was made in a campaign by those who are repeating it now, in which Mr. Carlisle stated that up to that time no silver dollars had been redeemed in gold, and that there was no legal authority upon the part of the Treasury I 250,000 Cured. Lv Ar VtrullON. Ar miccli's Ar SliHtivtllla Ar LouKvillr Tiiotttim 7177 li No. ft No. j No- - 4- "7JKam 4.20pm 4 40ara RUfcim 4.4ripm 5.Utam K.2Taiii 5.1()pm ILSInin 9 KUm &Stpm ClUara iqftChim, 7.3pm 7.g?atn C WECURESTRICTURE Thousands of tounir and miJdlo.niretl men are troubled witUthis disease many unconsciously. They may bavo a t mart- mg sensation, finall, tntsting stream, sharp cuttinc pains at times, tligbt discharge, difficulty in commencing, weak organs, emision, and all tho symptoms thev bavo STRIC of nervous dcbilit TURE. Don't let doctors experiment on you, by cutting, stretching, or tearing sou. "ihis will not cure you. ns it will re turn. Our .NLiW MLT111UD TKUAT-MtX- T absorbs the strieturo tissue: henee remoi cs tho stricture permanent Iy. It can never return. Kopain.no suffering, no detention from business by our method. Tbesexualorgansarcstrcngtb-cned- . Tho nerves nre invigorated, and the bliss of manhood returns. Train No-- 1. S, 5 and tion Oialr tUrs. No II .No. carry Fre Observa- Arj 7.30pm HlSilam fiatffmi'lOliitittAr r.arnclirRAr! 505pmj RSOam ( 4.19pm 7.30am 7jr.pni,l(i:.!.nniAr 7 4(ihiI ll UinlAr Uun.'in. Lvi 7Jam WESTIIOCWD. CAsriultlMI (No. laT'tNo (W STATION'S. No 15.'tNo.l Ilk. 4ftpm 7fum'l,v I,oulsll Ar lasoam 7.ipm 9.14am. i.4im y ltam,Ar Shelbvil Ar' 7.55pm! 5.(pm 4 15pm Vcrslles Cimi IttllamjAr Midway Arj 7.35jm 3.33pm 7 trnt' 10.im Ar Ar I.u5pni i.r Ucorgtn Lv 7.05am S.0(im WESTBOUND. KASTI'UMI. 7 stations. TtNo. 6,'tNo. 2. No-- 1. tNo 46pin'lTvToiIisviTAT!10L50am 7.1ipm iu.iini OBJpm'Lv Versllc Ar 7oam. 4.40pm 73Tipm!ArNlchlvill A' 68am SJiOpm lliiiuiF lUipm HJjpm ArHichmndLv 6.CBam, 1 iSpm 1 (ipm lArlrvlneLv No. 1 i Na 3. : STATIONS. Louis-il IUrol-,bRAr1 1 1 7.4-ipi- 4r.mi, llT STATION! WESTBOUND. iNo. 12. "No. 14. WECUKE&LEET Thousands of rounir and men are having their sexcal Aigor aud vitality continually sapped by this disease. Tbcy are frequently unconscious of the cause of tfactory iap torus. General Weakness, Unnatural Discharges, Tailing Manhood, Nervousness, 1'oor .Memory. Irritabihtyt tiine.-- i Smarting Sensation. Sunken E es, with dark circles, AVcak Back, General Depression, Lack of Ambition. Varicocele. Shrunken Part, etc UtEET anl STRICTURE may bo the cauc Don't consult family doctors, as they have no cxperienco in these special diseases don't allow Quacks to experiment on you. Consult Specialists, who have made a life study of Diseascsof Men and Women. OurNEW METUOD TUEATMENT will nori- lively cure you. Ono thousand dollars tor a caso wo accept lor treatment and cannotcurc. Terms raodcrafo forn cure. middle-aired LT lKilKVlllK. Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar LOJiinjton Alirvitle Savannah.... ..... Jacksonville I'hattnmxua .... Atlanta Maron Jarlwonville .... Iv Chattanooga..... ........ Ar lliimfnzhatn ............. Ar Ar New Orleans. ........... 1 Knoxtlllr...... ...... 7.45am 10.55am 7.10pm) 1.39am 7.45pm 10.33pm 7.45am 1.15pm 5.00am 9.10am 5Jpm 8.00am ia40pm 1.10pm R45am'. Luam.. 6.10pm) K15am 10.05pm liSOpm iSJaml SOpm S.30ami 6.70am CURES GUARANTEED VARICDCELE. RVPIin.IS. i:t.kkt. STR1CTCRK, IMPOTKNCY. KECRET DRAINS UifNATURAL DISCHARG- KS. KIDNEY and BLADDER Dinos. CONSUITATION FREE. HOOKS FREE If nnablft to call, write for QIIESTTfW BLAKK for HOME TREATMENT. Wo Na carrlcis Tree Chair car "Louisville to Lcxincton, there connecting with Solid Vestibule Train carry ins Pullman Sleeping Car to Jacksdnvllle via Chattanooga; also to New Orleans. Na 3 carries Pullman Sleeper Louisville to Chattanooga, also Lexington to Jacksonville via Hot Spring, AshcviUc, and Pullman Union SlnrpiT Lcxlnpton to New Orleans. " 1 Daily except Sunday. A- - Wh etON. P.& T-S.T.Swtrr, P.& T.A., Lexington, Ky. LoulsWlle. ICy. W. IL Guxxs, Gen. Supv, J. M. Colp,T.M Washington, XX Washlnctos. D.C. .Tbk,GJ.A, Wil.H.TATlOS,A.G.PA. D. & LouIaTtlle, Ky. A treat find mrn- - 'EMTRKTnVR- - xrcs. Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. ausis-l- y a h WTMArUkBw'JABfcPj burglar is that the officer has the law on his side. Health has the same advantage over disease. The Law cf Nature is for people to be healthy. When they are sick. Nature helps to cure them. Nature's law 'is the guide for cur ing sick people. There is no way but Nature's way. What the doctors call many different diseases Nature cures in one way; by nourishing the whole body with trood. pure, rich, red blood. That ii. Nature's way of curing scrofula, erysipelas; kidney and "liver complaint," consumption and every form of eruptive and wasting disease. When you want to help Nature with medicine the medicine must work the same way as Nature works, then it has the laws of Nature on its side to make it powerful. That is the secret of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery's wonderful cures. It assists Nature according to her Own laws ; it is on Nature's side and Nature helps it; it imparts new power to the nutritive and blood making organs to create a large quantity of fresh, recL healthy blood which drives every germ of disease out of the system and builds up strong healthy tissues and solid flesh. The "Discovery" completely clears away every e from the system ; It form of even cures consumption. It is the only true radical cure for that disease; facts and testimony to prove it. " I would like to t ell the whole world what your 'Golden Medical Discovery ' has done for me. The doctor, who is ionsidered an expert on lung troubles, told me I had consumption. Ue said both my lungs were diseased and I could not live d long. I felt fori have dear little children to live for. I just went to him to get his opinion. I am glad I did for now I know what your medicine will do. When I started on the second bottle I was better in every way and was able to take a walk on every fine day. I enjoyed ray sleep, myappetie was good, and by the time began to finished the I Toad new woman. itecond bottlea Icough, so I feel got like a I stiU had a third bottle and try the time it was half gone I was completely canal." a policeman over a The advantage of ?hJI I Department to redeem silver dollars in fit. ! gold. here and now I maintain that every standard silver dollar of the Reported every Tuesday at noon hy j United States which will be operated E. Deatherago & Co., Stapte ntul upon by tho pending resolution is the Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky.J I peer of every gold dollar in the United States; and when Senators upon the EGGS 9 to 10c in trade. BUTTER-Cho- ice other side of the Chamber uudertake to country, 1215c. tell us that we are seeking to put off a BEESWAX 202oc. depreciated and a 40 cent dollar they DRIED FRUIT Apples bright, 4c-deny the evidence of their own senses; WOOL Clear grease wool, 1820c; thev deny tho open, notorious history burry, 10015c; tub washed, 25c. of tho country; they deny a fact which CHEESE Country, 10c. they havo only to put their hands into GO. 0S1 TIMOTHY their pockets to realize; they deny a CLOVER thing that they touch dnily; they deny RLUE GRASS SEED -- Stripped, 40 the assurance of the Secretaries of tho 50c ; extra clean, 6075c ; fancy clean, Treasury of all administrations. They pure seed, $1$L35. are simply drawing upon themexhausti-bl- e A society for classical study has been fountains of their confused imaginaorganized at the State College in Lexingtions It is not the fact, and there is not a ton. single circumstance in existence, nor There are three little things which has there ever been one, to make a man believe that it is a fact. The Senators do more work than any other three little who say now that it is not the fact have things cteated they are the ant, tho merely entwined it as a sort of campaign bee and De Witt's Little Early Risers, rhetoric into their speeches, not intend- the last being the famous littlo pills for ing to be false for I do not mean to use stomach and liver troubles. Douglas &. Wines Druggist. my language in any offensive sense but drawing out of their imaginations LITERARY XOTES. as to what may bo hereafter and stating them as facte which now exist. Xow, Mr. President, to sum up and EDWARD IIOK TO LECTURE put distinctly before the mind of the Dduard Bok, the famous young edihonorable Senators, who has done me tor of The Ladies' Homo Journal, has the honor to listen to my remarks, the finally been persuaded to appear on the point which I am now making I will lecture platform, and he will make his say this: The government of the United debut as a lecturer in the South next States has of standard October. He will lecture in twenty of silver dollars of 412 grains. the principal cities and in a few of the These are represented by a large mass neighboring Western States. The title of silver dollars in circulation and by of his lecture will be "The Kes to silver certificates which are no more the most interesting subject he than silver dollars in the form of paper, could havo chosen to talk about. Mr. and neither this paper nor silver has be- Bok is, perhaps, the most successful and hind it to support it anything but what popular young man in America. Women represents silver at 16J to 1 of gold, and read him as they do no other writer, it is a legal tender for debt. Up to date and it may be confidently said that there is no law of the United States around the personality of no other man which provides for the redemption of a America is there a greater interest and single one of these silver dollars in a in curiosity on the part of thousands of wogold dollar. Notwithstanding the fact men than centres on this successful ediever one of these dollars is now and tor. The women will not be disappointed ever has been throughout the history in him, as, in looks and manners, Mr. of this country the equivalent of gold; Bok possesses all the qualities which and in so far as the pending resolution they like. He is as popular personally before the Senate are concerned, they do with women as are his writings. Up to not involve the proposition, they do not this time he has declined the most flat hint at the proposition, of palming off tering terms to lecture, but last week upon the credit of this government any- the Southern Lyceum Bureau, of Louisdollar which ville, succeeded in closing a contract thing but a hundred-cen- t has ever been and is y the equiva- with the Philadelphia editor. Mr. Bok lent of a gold dollar. has chosen the Southern field entirely This fact cannot be disputed. Never- because he wishes to acquaint himself theless, gentlemen on the other side are with the South and its people, and has 60 hard strained for argument against stipulated that his lecturing tour shall these resolutions, and are bo put to it be so arranged as to allow him time for for devices to refute and defeat them, social engagements and observation. He that they have gone entirely iuto the will not speak more than three times reems of fane land, and have them- each week, and will spend seven weeks selves manufactured upon the floor of in the South. the Senate the specious resemblance of the facts upon which thev rely. A MVGAZINE WHICH BUILDS HOUSES. Sir, in any court of justice, before any The readers of The Ladies' Home honest jury, beforeany intelligent judge, men who would make such arguments Jourual are about as responsive a cliento mislead the jury would be condemed tele as any magazine possesses. About by the court, and at the end of the trial six months ago the Philadelphia magawould be left to wipe their faces with zine started to publish a series of practitho towel of cost. It is not worthy of cal architectural plaus showing how arthe great Republican party of this coun- tistic houses could be built at moderate try; it is not worthy of tho stntemauship cost. It employed a special architect, which has at times presided over its and his work was certainly nitistic. Becouncils; nay, sir, without disrespect to sides the plans it agreed to furnish the honorable gentlemen with whom I complete specifications of each house at am associated in this body, I beg leaf to a minimum cost. Thousands of people say to them in all kindness that it does liked the plans given and the series has not feeem to me worthy of this forum, or been a great success for the magazine. worthy of the high reputation which This spring the building of over five they enjoy as men of honor and charac hundred houses, varying in coot from ter, to try to palm off upon the public $1,500 to $7,000 each, will be started in arguments which, were they rated ac- diderent parts of the country by Jourcording to their fanciful .standards ot nal readers, in addition to over one value, would not pass for one cent or bundled other houses which havo already been built. one mill upon tho dollar. One other thought, Mr. President, and Private John Allen, of Mississippi I am done. Thero are of silver certificates. I do not wonder uuiinu a debate in Congress the other that the Senator from Massachusetts day refe.ring to the sample of "pruspei-lty- " the country is now enjoying, quo desires time for inflection before ho answers tho question which 1 pro- ted as follows from a speech nude by pounded to him. I had presumed that McKiniey in 1890: "When merchaudise is cheapest men gentlemen who were so expert in the are poorest, and the most distressing ex- scjence of honor as those who have rei galed us with their fine disserta- periences in the history of our country tions upon that suoject would be able to jea in all human history have been answer the question offhanded. I aek when everything was the lowest and the question if honor required that we cneapest measureu by gold, lor every should discharge in gold u silver contract, thing was highest aud dearest measured solvable in silver, and in silver only, by labor." According to Bradstreet's Mercantile so nominated in the paper which repreAgency, the number of failures recorded sents it? Does during the patt calendar year aggregated There is another question. public policy require that we should do 13,093. While this report shows some improvement over the preceding year, it it? "While the benator from Massachuis, nevertheless, in excess of the record setts is a little sensative in having that question thrust at him, he .sliould re- for auy other year since 1893. ' With respect to the immediate causes member that if the principle! which ho which brought about the failures of the has enunciated and the doctrines wtiich he has expounded here as posessing the year the following data is given: Due to incompetence, 1610; to inexperience, the highest elements of honor and true, we could never contemplate 714, to lack of capital. 4, 103; to uavvise paying them in gold at all, for did he ci edits, 450; to failures of others, 255; to not say that what the creditor meas- extra vagahce: 159, to neglect, 311; to ured to us we should measure back to competition, 683; to disasters, 3.312; to him; that equity required that we speculation. 160; aud to fraud 1,338. should not look at 6tich a thing as a written contract, but, probing beyond the exterior appearence of things, we should get down to the heart of what passed in the' consideration and always and wife should know about the premeasure back as it was measured unto paration that for half a century has us? been helping expectant mothers bring If this be true, how then could the little ones into the world without Senator from Massatachusettj contend, danger and the hundred and one and how could any gentleman "who acdiscomforts and distractions cept his doctirne contend, that we incident to child-birtIt should ever dream of returning to those is applied externally, which who gave us silver anything but silver is the only way to get relief. itself? 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Mention thia paper. to-da- Young! a People Texarkana. anv ether in semi-month- WHITE ' S Roofing, Guttering and General GIBSON, p? ,, ... nillinohfim Ml -- j m m -- 4. Cr-rn- r - r av m . Job Work. augl8-l- y THI & ! THE ! yLHUJJii wMlifilCL k"q ? CII will JJIPli 11 iHvdfi SaA Southern Mutual Investment OF LEXINGTON, Co ii SILVER THE ISSUE IN 1900. $ Money the Pricing Instrument !'. Ciiilizalion and Progress Haie Kept 4) Step With Hone; Supply In All Ages. HE PATS KY, FREIGHT. . . . Y0D PAY FOR THE . . . $ DRINKS. 2SSSaSSSSSSSSSSSSS The Money Question discussed In the 2) light of experience and history. UU1 i upon the actual experience of scees.f ul l. ance companies, covering a period of over 200 year. The sawe prnu both, oulv WE pay while vou LIVE. THEY pav" when vou DI E. W E offer the INVESTMENT feature. THEY protect in case of DEATH. Li-Il- hif-e- d -. Phone 3. 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TinaCDKILEIE A GEEAT PROGRAMME. The Story of the Revolution, by Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, to run throughout the year (For the first time all the modern art forces and resources will be brought te bear upon the Revolution. Howard Pyle and a corps of artists are making o er 100 paintings expressly for this great work ) Captain A. T. Muhan's "The American Navy in the Revolntlnn' tn ht illiwtrrif rt hv fnrltnn T. Chapman, tho marine artist; Harry Fenn, TALES FROM TOWN TOPICS, a sj.pago Quarterly Magazine of fiction, appearing tho first day of March, June, September and December, and publishing original novels by the test writers of the day and a mass of short The endorsement given this Company by the investment of bankers, lawyers mere-'- ' ministers, doctors, railroad men, mechanics in fact, men of business sagacity in everv von-o- f life is an evidence of the soundness of our system. Send fur official literature giving plan in full. Mrs. A. T. 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Grave errors, injustice, wrongs of The bladder was created for one purRemit Js in New York exchange, express cr pose, namely, a receptacle for the urine, greater or less degree, arise from . k postal money order, or by registered letter, together with a list of the to novels selected, and as such it is not liable to any form of knowledge of the truth, and ir.cre by numbers, to ot disease except by one or twowajs. frequently r TOTT.V TOPICS. ,"1208 Firth Avenue, .lew Torlf.) j.? I The first wiy is from imperfect action oi The most infamous case on record Some Plain Facts. from-deceptio- A soufti!!H :Lr.OFov'"'p t- nr C.nM. S. MeLelhi. KINC. A. S. t-- the kidnejs. VERY BRIDE h. stories during 1S9S. KENT. H Outlet StokM Wayne. . Robert Grant's "'Search-LigLetters" relrap!oti H(iSelA-viKTUE. Bv plies to various letters that came in conse' irHAHLi TalKE?. IW Jofcn Cillut.quence of his "Reflections of a Married Man" kand "The Opinions of a Philosopher" iW.J,5.AVS OLAn"i- - By Dl Cluisue Mortir. . "The Workers" in a new field Walter A. ;tZ .,t.EMAR,'AnLn C'R- I- r - K. -c- klont Wyckoff, the college man who became a lat,J!A.K,R,,A.GE F0R "ATE. By lUrold R. ' borer, will tell about his experience with sweatshop laborers and anarchists in Chicago. (Il?i! HUNT MAV- - B' ToP'oa BUM". HAPPINESS. Jjy Ai Vlraaa lustrated from life by W. R. Leigh.) The Theatre, The Mine, etc , will be treated ByH.roldR Vrnn. in "The Conduct of Great Business" series (a r'T.5JlLTAk OH Byjonn Gllllli. MAKTYK TO OV. B loess J were "The Wheat Farm," "The Newspaper," WoeO. feb2-t- f etc., in '97), with numerou illustrations. Life at Girl's Colleges like the articles on "Undergraduate Life at Harvard. Princeton and Yale," and as richly illustrated. Political Reminiscences by Senator Hoar, Cincinnati Railway. vp.r. Frankfort who has been in Dublic life for fortv-flv- e C. D. Gibson will contribute serial sets of drawings during '98. "A New York Day" and "The Seven Ages of American Woman." In Effect March 1, ISO?. ' tlJ!5Rr!7-iE,EXPER,MErrr- MONTHS IN HADES, " r? ;,K1RTS u- - V.nttcstma. (.Urlce I Cllnet.m. By Capuia AltrM The second way is from careless local treatment of other diseases, ' to I EASIER THAN EYER. The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening' tho time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California The splendid train service with which the Illinois Central' s Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned territory. The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Pullman Tourist Car for California, Lve Louisvillo every Thursday .9 23pm 8 18am 7 45pm .8 20pm 8 45am 4 45pm 45pm 9 20pm 5 15pm -- DAILY EXCEir SUNDAY. Mother's Friend EAST BOUND. Lve Frankfort . Switzer. . Stamping Ground ' Duvalls . " Georgetown- -. .. Lve Georgetown. . a.m. Arr Elkhorn .6 02 7 .. 7 08 . 6 30 6 45 51 pi. 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 6 3 00 20 32 7 20 48 58 4 15 Arr Newtown.. " Paris Centreville- Elizabeth . . . HAs MARRIED 2,100 COUPLES. blood-diieas- Rev. Win. Mty, who lives near Perry ville, and isS", ha3 twelve living chil n dren, 48 and 17 d children. He has been proclaiming the gospel according to the Methe. dtst doctrine for 50 years, and .has never accepted one farthing for his services' during his ministerial career he has married over 2,100 couples, and has ventured on the matrimonial wave himself three times. The old man was never on a railroad train in his life, preierring horseback as a means of travel and tu that way once made a trip to Missouri and back. Ex grand-childieureat-gran- action is doubly bene- - Arr Elpaso Sunday . Arr Lcs Angeles Monday ficial if used during the whole Arr San Francisco Tuesday period of pregnancy. 1 per bottle at all drug stores, oi sent by mail on receipt of price. Books Free, containing valuable information to all women, witl be sent to any address upon application by New Orleans Friday Baby's coming is made Ait NewOrleansFriday. Lve Arr Houston Saturday quick and easy. Its Arr San Antonio Saturday the critical hour. It robs child-birt- h of its tortures and pains. Arr WemphisFriday. ... WEST BOUND. . . .. .. 8 00 8 12 8 22 8 28 8 40 30 42 52 53 10 POSITTV-LCURE Y ...,cTnnur xnrae falling Jlem orr,. inpotencr. SleeptMness. ete cuisj !, f ,n. .. a,.m V u i . 6 59 1125 cmiJn?fc 77- -j auUktj ' ' Elkhorn. . 11 & atut turtlit x 7 06 rertereLortVltAlliy in oldorjoonz ad 11 53 Frankfort 7 20 muien or nice. TVri?::'Pre.?, and Conramptloa C. D. BEBCAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent Tim is Tie True Witter Haute to Cifcrj. improvs- ilmJXtelFfJ'bom ionsliat iau it GEO. B.HARPEU, Gen'l Supt. ." "i Ctna--"neroAJx Tablets Thej V. 'd and wll euro ui outereire pc. Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to Frankfort, Kentucky. jea. We ?!2 ffd thon the territory mentioned will do well to communicate with R. H. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. mall. In plain witTWr. nwrn receirt or Wu. Alfobp Kjuaond, A. G. P. A., f,eoAJAX ElEMEDY CO., A. H. Hahsoh, Q P. A., Lonisvllle, Ky. Forsale in JUchmond, Ky., by Hagan & dec29-l- y Chicago, 111. Herndon. jtnl2-l- y .. . - Lve Pans . . ., . Arr Elizabeth Centreville . , .... Newtown. ' Georgetown. .. Lve Georgetown Arr Duvalls- Stamping Ground Switzer .. an. 9 20 00 .10 40 10 10 56 11 10 p.m. 30 .9 0 32 9 33 18 42 48 CHIEF CAUSE. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kid neya is the chief cause of bladder troubles. So the womb, like the bladder, was created for one purpose, and if notdoctoreJ too much is not liable to weakness or disease, except in rare cases. It is situated back of and very close to the bladder, therefore any pain, disease or inconvenience manifested in the kidneys, back, bladder or urinary nassase is often, by mistake, attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of some sort. The error is easily made and may be as easily avoided. To find out correctly, set your aside for twenty-fou- r hours; a sediment or settling indicates kidney or bladder trouble. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmer's Swamp-Koothe reat kidney and bladder remedy, is soon realized. If you need a medicine you should have the best. At druggists fifty cents and one dollar. Yon may have a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by mail. Mention the, Climax and send vour address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binsrhamton, N. Y. The proprietors of this paper guarantee the gentHneness of this offer. u-i- of deception and injustice is the to demonetize silver as a mc of final redemption in the Umte.. States. t, 5S 10 6 30 6 41 6 41 made: svie a man AJAJTABLETS ri io. "" iiii1 " ir . There is no learned judge, skilled lawyer, or court of justice that capable of reconciling the effort w ah the constitutional laws that govern the issue of money in this country The people have been deceived, officials in power, chosen to administer justice under the laws, hae ignored their sworn duty, and given aid to the scheme that has paralyzed industry, reduced property values and beggared millions. There is no authority of law, either specific or by inference, by which gold alone is made the only money with which to discharge debts, either public- - or private. The effort to make it so is unconstitutional and a national calamity. Plain and ample information, facts, and truth, concerning this almost successful scheme to corner the wealth of the people, is now being printed in the Cincinnati Enquirer, a newspaper which the combined power of money has failed to muzzle or buy. The Weekly Enquirer is only 75c. a year. The address is Enquirer Company, Cincinnati. O. one-hal- f, feb2-t- f The Bradfietd Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. JanS-l- y UE0. TY. RIIiEY down-hearte- After years of untold suffering from piles, B. W. Pursellof Knitners,7ille, Pa., was cured bv using a single box of Witch Hazel Salve. Skin diseases tush as eczema, rash, pimples'fand obstinate sores are readily cured',, by this famous remedy Douglas & Wines Druggist. The Hbpkinsville public lib: pry has oeeojormany opened. . . De-Wit- t's Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends Wright's Celery Capsules. Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '9S. To TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. 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