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KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, L898. NUMBER 39. Her Health Restored (Written For The Chicago Dispatch.) misery of sleeplessness can only be realized by those who bare experiII enced It. Nervousness, sleeplessness, headaches, neuralgia and that miserable When the sun in heaven feeling of unrest, can surely bo cured by Dr. Once again was glowiug, Miles" Bestorativo Kerrlne. So certain Is Heavy were our hearts, Dr. Miles of this fact that all druggists are Sad beyond our knowing, authorized to refund price paid for tho first bottle tried, providing it does not benefit. For, as lightning falling. Mrs. Henry Brans, wife of tho veil known Came the news appalling, blacksmith at Grand Junction, Iowa, says: Telling how the Maine was troubled with sleeplessness, nervous'I ness, headache and irregular menstruation; And her crew were slain; suffering untold misery for years. I used Then we came to know various advertised remedies for female comThat we Joyed them so; plaints besides being under the caro of local There are tears for them, physicians, without help. I noticed in Br Miles' advertisement the testimonial of a But with bated breath lidy cured of ailments similar to mine, and Every true man taith: 1 shall never ceaso to thank that lady. Her "For a foeuiau, death." testimonial Induced mo to use Dr. Miles' Hiddeg Pexx. Jvcrvino and Nerve and Liver Fills, which restored me to health. I cannot say enough REV. GEORGE 0. BARNES. Dr MIles'Bemedies." Dr Miles' Remedies are sold by all drug-)- . tells of His Wonderful Healing of Cancer. bis under a positive I Stanford guarantee, first bottle Journal. 1 nefits or money A few weeks ago we published a piir- pARestores,5 Bookondis- - jfr-Health lrjiph telling of Mr. Barnes' wonderful -- ses of tho heart and nres of cancerous sore, which occa-ioiit.t rves free. Address, DB. MILES MEDICAL CO- - Elkhart. Ind. great desire to see the letter hich he wrote Col. T. P. Hill iu PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. to it- - Accordingly Mrs. W. G. IVelch wrote to him and aske:: if ho bjected to its publication. He answer- ATrOSSTEYS. "I d that he not only had no objection but would be glad to have the whole p W. MILLER, roria Know wliat the Jx)rd had done attob3ey-at-latar one oppressed of the devil. In his Kentucky. Richmond, 'tter to Mrs. Welch bearing date of iSice in the Bumam Building, next door to eb. 17, he says: "I 'am walking solt- y lew-ih anners national llant. now and mere is no return of tlie leer and will not b till I give the -. STTXjXjX- evil another chance to strike me ain. Excepting the Saints' curse of In Havana harbor, There the Maine was lying; Sleeping were the men, Dreaming not of dying, When, as lightning falling, Came the blast appalling, Sweeping down to death With its fiery breath More than half the lors tried and true, While the gallant ship Sank beneath tho wave, f Finding there a grave AVith her sailors bravo. crow-Sai- I done, I wasjienled. Beautifully healed without a scar! And that where a running ulcer had been, an inch and u half long by of an Inch wide. Only a slight discoloration where the angry sore had been, a discharging ulcer, not a mere inflamation. Of course doctors deline to believe anj such "incredible stuff" but it is true, and I am a living witness to-da- which would put an end to writing, and writing "finis" ou the book I had promised tho Lord and I felt in every tingling fibre of my bouI. Well, the book is written, and this is tho wonderful story of its writing. As soon as I began the work in earnest my face began to mend and before it was LITER AR Y NOTES. Here is Success for You. "Inside figures" are always interesting, and the following are certainly ROYAL some striking ones about The Ladies Home Journal. During 1807, S.183 113 copies of this magazine were printed and so thoroughly sold that the latter- - 1 1 111 PKAISE THE LORD! If you wish to know how I feel and why I feel, read the XXX Psalm. I hardly knew that lovely scripture was in the Bible till I needed it. Now it is a "Golded Psalm" to me. I read it every morning, the first thing after dressing. t Love to Sister Hill. I trust the dear" 1jrd to heal "all her disease" as th 103d Psalm promises. Ever lovingly yours. "Buotheu Baiixes." A thrill of terror is experienced when a brassy cough of croup sounds through the house at night. But the terror soon changep to relief after One Minute Cnugh Cure has been administered. Safe and harmless for children. Douglas & Wines Druggist. HATS THAT WILL BE WORN EASTER. lr 1 1 ed n:f-ren- p.- J. .- xtreme uovertv, I am getting along leasantly. The devil knows how to - - KENTUCKY. KICHMOND, .irn the screws in that rack, till one's? i'!i e over Taylor's Hardware store, op ones crack." Omitting acknowleuge- ("Mtc Court House, on Main Street. ient of a check and other personal liatters, the letter to Col. Hill is as fol- II. B. HOGG, Attoeney-at-Law, ATTORNEY Kit IIMOXD, at law. pws: I have had a wonderful experience Kentucky. itely, which you will be glad to hear. 31-3- Office No. 13 First St, up stairs. 0 J. C. & D. M. CIIENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, Vlwa I "broke down" last October we ime t0 tlie island with heavy hearts, l. cancerous sore that has troubled me :f and on for years, broke out sudden- iuto an angry ulcer, something far Leghorn, Manilla chip and raffia, in all colors, are used for tlie new spring hats, as well as an absolutely new with a satin finish not unlike the braids which obtained during the winter. Sailor hats, that always have an assured position, are in a new material in the form of woven bulrushes, which, after being braided, are shaped and generally edged with a narrow-blacvelvet ribbon. Linen crash is also used for this kind of hat. The most striking of all are those of white or gray felt, intended for summer wear. Rich ribbons of velvet, silk, satin and moire are all used, being plaited and shirred, while piece fabrics, heavilv embroidered with beads and spangles, also obtain. The fashionable colorsarc periwinkle blue, anemone blue, heliotrope, champagne, tho light shades of ruby, brown, pearl gray, pink and pale green. Fanciful combinations are noted in the flowers. There is a decided fancy for putting the trimming that may take the form of a bunch of flowers, a bow of ribbon, a drapery of velvctorsatin under the brim on the left side, so massed as to have it come well on the hair. March Ladies' home Journal. straw-braid silk-covere- d k M ore malignant than any previous We all thought it was the beginning of the end." and the spring Office on Second 6treet, over Chen f 'Its would find what was mortal of suit's grocery. Bro. Barnes" lying beside John Cow- n, whte grave is in sight as I write. lie worst of it was that I. who had so (ten trusted for others, could not trust DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, mvself. "Tlie heavens were brass" Kentucky bove me. You see, I had a bad con- Inence, wlncli always paralyzes iaun. lie way of it was this: 1 had pro mis1 rleptione at oftcc and Id the lsord for oyer a year to write a Lok embodying the teachings of late DR. H. R. GrBSON, ears, so that should I depart to a"bet- PIIYSICIA N AND S ORG EON, nau learnou country, wnat KENTUCKY. . R.ninxn. lould not be lost to some who might rorit by it. But natural laziness in Otfice in the jo tc.lint building, 18 and 10 Se art, and through disinclination for Wnue . M dreestere. ond Street, orer Irulug, in part, prevented me from be- iiuniug what I knew I ought to do. CHLAS. HOOKER, hen the devil, always on the watch to TETERTNAHY SURGEON, illect what is owing him. smote me Graduate Ontario Yrterinary College. liarply "on the cheek over that bad a common thing. nnary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty nibcience. That is rectatly accu- - le has rights over all wrongs and ho up stair, over store d by Kiclmona Harness iu , i .u.j. J -- , ever fails to assert them vigorously. Kichmonn, Ky. "f" this cancer startled me, as it t'ell, ns all. As soon as we reached M. D . C. I began to write my book, Medicine and Stirgen. etermined to dally not a moment Ofhce Collins Budding, MairStreet nt residence (the Carr jilace) oc inger if, peradventure, I still had Brodwa. Ime to finish it before the end came. It KgNTUCKYRiruxnvn. --as a' race with the destroyer, I then ully thought. Like Gen. Grant, pen W. EVANS, M: H.. i hand, with certain death before him. attinc that firm will of his for the last ime, like chilled steel, to finish his Physician and ScnGEfx, took before death came. It was and KbNTUCKV Rifiivinvn - of moral heroism, greater than luiv he ever oupiayeu on most sue-- . DR. T. J. TAYLOR, essful battlefield There was nothing Practitioner in Iftdicine and forgery, leroic about my case, I didn't have I Kentucky leath before me because the bavior . ,ww" i Lbolished that on His cross, for behev- jeyOfllce and residence on Sccon Street rs. and I fully believed and still do, Ithat the Savior spoke simple truth DENTAL BUSGES'S. when he said: "He that liveth and ! Ibelieveth on me shall never die " Still o)sm, "Dr. "OaVcxAvac 1- it was a race between "dissolution," The Discovery of the Day. Aug. J. Bogel, the leading druggist of Shreveport, La., says: "Dr. King's New Discovery is the only thing that cures my cough, and it is the best seller I have." J. F. Campbell, merchant of Sniibrd, Ariz., writes "Dr. King's New discovery is all that is claimed for it; it never fails, and is a sure cure for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. 1 cannot say enough for its merits." Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Cough and Colds is not an experiment. It has been tried for a quarter of a century, aud stands at the head. It never disappoints. Free trial bottles at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. Secces-sor- s G to W. G. White. to-da- y ?zts:ciaits. ir - 77- THE PULSE OF THE PRESS. A bill more faught with disaster and degradation to the state of Kentucky has, we believe, never been offered in the Kentucky Legislature. Bourbon News. jn-- JASPER. --- - r It is to be hoped that at the caucus intelligence and conservatism will prevail and that a measure for electoral improvement may be presented and agreed upon, which will be free from the objections urged against the measure now before the body, which seems to be 60 utterly subversive of free institutions as well as .Democratic principles. Interior-Journa- l. than that which the Republicans at Washington tried several years ago to foist on the people of the whole country. It may give a temporary advantage to the party in power, but it will eventually prove its ruin. Winchester Democrat. All this talk about a caucus on the subject is the most inexcusable rot. There is quite a difference between voting for a candidate for ofllce and in casting a. vote for or against a bill. Officers must be chosen by parties, but measures of this kind, unless they are made an issue before the election, and became a party of the platform on which Representatives are chosen, are not matters for party consideration. Anderson News. It is a Force Bill little less odious year issues are entirely out of print. It consumes 3,434,302 pounds of paper in a year, and absorbs 30,902 pounds of ink. It runs 2S presses. The advertising columns contained $498,325 worth of advertising during the last year. The editors received 92C0 manuscript and Absolutely Pure less than one per cent, were accepted. The magazine employs 22 stair editors. 24,04S letters have been received and answered in the year by the editors of the CO., cornspondence columns. The Journal has over 15,000 active, working agents on from 500,000 to 550,000'Becds, or enough the road getting subscriptions. It has to give each square foot of an acre's sur- educated 442 girls free of charge under face eleven or twelve seeds. A well de- its free educational plan. In a single veloped clover plant will ocoupy fully day it has received as high as one foot square. Now it must be 300,000 copies of the Jourevident, when we recognize that from 8 nal are sold each month on the news to 10 pounds are ordinarily cast on one stands alone 425000 people subscribe acre, that there is an enormous waste of for it by the year. this most costly of staple farm seeds. Forty ounces of clover seed will cover WHERE IS MARK HANNA? one acre more thickly than 75 pounds of wheat. Omaha (Neb.) World. Wheat is the larger seed, but it is not Where is Mark Ilanna in the situanearly so visiable as the smaller clover, which belongs to a family of plants no tion now involving the honor of this ted lor endurance and germinating government? Mark Hanna is the reccapability, The writer has in mind a ognized leader of the Republican party. farmer who never sows over three He is the man who is suppose to be the pounds per acre, and he seldom fails to successors of Sumner and other ltepub have a stand superior to his neigh- lican leaders who demonstrated their claims to leadership by standing up in bors. Red clover is au exceedingly hardy the United States Senate and defendplant, and when in seed leaf, with its ing the national interests. Four weeks root firmly and fully in the earth, such ago the attention of the world was rivfrosts as fell in April '75, 'SI and March eted upon Mark Hanna, because he was oth, '94, do not injure in the least. But recognized as the leader of the politthen we sow on the surface, rely on ical organization now dominant in the Providence to cover, aud when frost, affair of the country. But the Senate followed by bright sun, finds the seed proceedings relative to the Maine disaster do not show that this greatests lie sprouted, it is. of course, killed. Now clover is a catyleilonous plants, publican of them all had anything to that is its plumule penetrated the earth, offer in this national crisis. "Billy" and when established, the seed itself is Mason, whose election to the Senate pushed above the surface forming seed some of Hanna's champions regarded as leaves. While these nourish tlfe plant a huge joke, was conspicuous by his in its infancy, the process is justinverse activity and hisdetermined stand. whose international monetary with the grain of wheat, that performs conference hobby has been practically the same office beneath Ihe surface. The design of nature is to cover the first destroyed by Hauna, so far as this adkind of seed and then set up germina- ministration is concerned, was contion, and after a little carry alolt the spicuous as a Senatorial advisor. Lodge nurturing organization. It is here that and Hawley, Piatt of Connecticut, and our practice and nature's process differ, even Hale, Spain's most partial friend, and very much to our disadvantage. were conspicuous in the Senate discusIt is owing to the manner of our sowing sion. 15ut the voice and counsel of that ten pounds are ordinarily used, Mark Hanna were conspicuous by their absence. It is not probable that even when two or three would suffice. "Hayseed" faithfully depicts the di- if Mr. Hanna were disposed to give vergence of opinion among competent good counsel iu this crisis that he is farmers as to the best time of sowing capable of doing so. It is very probaThis divergence does not, however, ble that he is not disposed to give any spring up in any law, or fixed facts couusol that would not be agreeable to governing, but purely in a calculation the stock brokers, who have greater of the chances, favoring or otherwisei concern for the condition of Spanish than they have for the condiat the various seasons of sowing. tion of the national honor. The situation Now as a matter of fact, in view of the great importance of clover in Ken- is too grave to permit of consideration tucky agriculture, would it not be wiser of any of its features from a partisan to recognize the clearly evident require- standpoint, but in so grave a situation ments of a seed like clover, and conform it is a patriotic duty to impress upon practice thereto? It should save fully the public mind lessons which, when adf the seed 60wn, nor would the mastered by the people, will be of vantage to the public welfare. The lesuniformity of the stand be in the least son in this instance is that no political impaired. organization claiming to have concern After years of untold suffering from for the best interests of a nation can piles, R. W. I'ursellof Knitnersville, Pa., afford to recognize as a leader in the was cured bv using a single box of Senate a man who is either incapable or Witch Hazel Salve. Skin diseases unwilling to give patriotic counsel in a such as eczema, rash, pimples aud ob great national crisis In the serious sitstinato sores are readily cured by this uation now confronting the American Douglas & Wines. famous remedy. people the rank and file of the Republican party will learn what they seem If you are dead you don't have to to have failed to learn before that they serve on the jury. If you are under 21 have been paying homage to an alleged or over 60 years of age you are exempt. leader, who is incapable of manifesting If you have been convicted of felony genuine concern for the honor and digyou are dishonorably exempt. If you of cannot read and write the English lan- nity the nation. guage and thoroughly understand the In answer to the inquiries of many proceedings ordinarily had in courts of Democrats, we state positively that the justice you are exempt. If yon are a Hon. G. G. Gilbert i a candidate for minister, physician, druggist, lawyer, Congress from this, the Eight District, professor or teacher, dentist, oculist, and that he cxpedts to be in tho race artist, clerk or officer of any court, postmaster, coroner, miller, judge of any from 6tart to finish. He is a Democrat, will abide by the action of the party court of record or superintendent of a and as he has always done in the past. He county farm, you don't have to serve friends all over, the district and if you are a person of bad reputa- wishes his to bear this in mind. Shelby News. tion or without visible means cf support you cannot serve if you want to, Who can think i WiSSk 3 &v rpSMTOiW Wi -- Mffnnnifk Rrns - Jfe' .& rw--ai-V- " f$ Inst.11mpnf Hauca n 11 P im mm POWDER BAMNQ POWDER ROYAL NEW YORK. L lS,0C0sub-scription- s. Price Fighters ! fE oU The i s , ) A-- W w li (Hi ,Jl"-J- m guarantee to save you irom 2o to If you need anything in the FURNITTJKE line, call and see ns, we per cent, on all kinds of H MS Furniture and Mattresse. FURNITURE SOLD ON INSTALLMENTS. Bed Hoom Suites, 3 Piecess From $18 up. Hall Hacks, $1.50. Wardropes, $9.00 up. Center Tables; 75c. up. ittjre, Eoot We also" make fijSte Stools, Couch Pillows, Cokner Seats, and "Wol-cot- t. paired and made new. all kinds all kinds of Furniture of Parlor Etjrx- and Matresses s PI re- m m W Awnings Of all kinds, made to order fat Rock-Bottom Prices. es a one-hal- De-Wit- t's KnnnTiirno M wwM-- 3 H Kelley Block SECOND ST. &v Ip fevSSIiSSlSSiSS' I I ft fco m IJ ISeS 111 KsA CLOTHINGS at OLD. PRICES. We have just received the largest line jn . p,uun I YRUP PEPSI Si 'CURES CONSTIPATION.! DR. CALDWELL'S l i of tome simple tblng to patent? your ProtectjftHu lde: ther may bring you wealth,Patent wrdderbIirs CO i.cwj pnaAttorwrit. oure ney, Washington, D. u.. lor tneir and list of two hundred inrenUons wanted. Wanted-f- ln Idea Clothing, Overcoats. Underwear ::::! :i'dm $ Hats H i i : :::il woolens and can give our customers the benefit of 30 per cent, on every RICHMOND, which we bought early before the tariff was put on Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. Fit Guaranteed at from UNDERWEAR AND HATS AT PRICES NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT $10.00 up article needed. a 1 -- DEST1ST, of Louisville. Ky. -Office next door ti Government Bnildin RichmSnd. Ky. ODcetnonrs- -a novlT-l- y I wiw BadB Four nice fooms fo: ren Call at Dental ficeofDHot M is a A quart of prevention is worth gallons of cure Theold saying" is just as true in its new 9 form. It refers to the taking of ...nip o 0 - j I son, next door to postofice. Good TMeg to be rid of, because bad blood is the breeding place of disfiguring Is your and dangerous diseases. is if you are blood bad? It plagued by pimples or bothered by boils, if your skin is blotched by eruptions or your body eaten by sores and ulcers. You can have good blood, which is pure blood, if you want it. You can be rid of pimples, boils, blotches, sores and ulcers. How? By the use of Robbed the Grave. A startling incident of which Mr. John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the subject is narrated by him as follows: "I was in a most dreadful condition. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coated, paiu continually in back and sides, no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day. Three physicians had given me up. Fortunately, a friend advised trying 'ElertricBit-ters,- " and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle made a decided improvement. I continued their use for three weeks, and am now a well man. I know they 6aved my life, and robbed the grave of another victim." No one should fail to try them. Only 50 cents per bot tie at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. Suc0 cessors to W. G. White. MORE ABOUT CLOVER Jolynston ftarsapariHa QUART B. Jil D FRED SMITH DENTIST. Grocery, lame offl W. Burgin. jams- BOTTLES. The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond. STOUFFER'S piij Winter zersT- W H EC r$ over Colli lately occupied by Dr. HON. C. T. CALDWELL, when you begin to feel nervous or tired out. "Why take Johnston's ?" you ask. Because it has stood the test for thirty years, and because what it has done for thousands it will do for you. Quar$ bottles sell every- Va., Jiecoi of Parkersburs mends "Wrjtlits Celery V. where for $i.oo. iiisi 53 Schedules New W1LLIAHS, DAVIS. BROOKS & CO., Detroit, filch jutj (Jap: lies. Pakke ;bucg, W. Va., January 2G, 1995 J The Weight JIeti. Columbu Ohio. Gentlemen. have been usil Wright's Celery Cai lies since Jfoveij ber, 1594. and find t m to be as recoi mprulwl. I first gan taking the while at Hot Spring Ark . under trea ment for ijciatic Rh natum. Liver ad Ask for Uverettes (or Constipation nnd Sick Headache. fr"""' " 35c. " ExoiEzioiKnD, O IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER OTH. Ayer's Sarsaparllla It is the radical remedy for aU disblood. eases originating in the Head c o QUEEF & CHESCEM1 ROUTE. fairs Cfeciiaati to - Sold by D. 7.. & T. B. Taylor, Waco. Ky. 5 CO P H--j Orleaas aad Jacksmflje J-- 4 05 O iANDY CATHARTIC . o g isjsK52irtSsi5-i5SCt. 109 " FETBST MILES SHORTEST. VBSTIBtJLED TRAINS IX THE ' - SEED. f. 1.-- r.i .I ,!. rnnlilf V.an a tnrif the r..olra i::j ever since. With t .n.mmnn al! --iiffering with HI of them. Very trnl Cs-- rom til me creat reli beginning d have used th? KH TCr. mi C StlPatlOn .VI1IUII I the evidence : IX. Y. Z. in Woodford 8un.1 fOUUd 3sure, and uns trtein to anv ar tfflictions or eithl wnrs. T Caldwell. - "Ayer's Sarseparflla was recommended to 7M by my physieJaa as a Wod jwrifi. When I began taking it I had boila aU over my body. One bottle oared e." Bohnbr Craft! Wesson, Miss. years' raffoing from blood taton. I "After ci.i k T. R Han . Drnefiist. Pril We Sewn."50c ents and $1.00 p wx. ueuatarii 6.jws,. BM0M,?XH. store snd get tree i 'I l ft wc :- aad altfeosga I have wed only iferee ,ll)ottte8 of tW great wfaae, t Kwarly t& ; began taking hi AyerSftisspa-Slla- , f The wise man has said there is a chosen time for all thiDgs, and in a recent issue of the Sun ''Hayseed' explains the " when" of do verwed sowing. Nowl6hall,not contravert his conclu sion. Dot indulge in a little comparative speculation as to the proper quantity to bow per acre. 3n oee pound of clover .seed mere ffff , r TACOAto CURE CONSTIPATION -- i - ! raaantKnaHinnnar " II iV ift't 10 w T rKjr:ivTTc' GRHNITElUNIg&) OF CEMETERY WORK AND ALL -- K.MVT1 MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN t..w.n-)u - j'v : - J tetfftttJTfnH '. i JiiMLUTEtT - mmt . a hi f. DRVGCCT3 IT. ". For further particulq reprices, I . t&c, address, . Through Pullman Service is unequalled. Cafe Parlor nand Observation Cars daily. Standard Vestibuled day , ICoaches. Get vour tickets via the Queen & Crescent Route W. C. IINEAXSOX, 6m'1 Pass'r Agt., CiaciiMti, t. SOUTH -- SR." Madison MopUmeutal M c. ....... - mm, ' i t . . - .4 l.a i n 1rrn . r - m i - i . j 5ic r , -- t .. . , -- ,J . . ' - -- -' .." ... r ,v i Vr J T" vilfArf '' -. V 3- 11 l ,,.- - - v --- - .. t. - -- t t" ! - M m M I The Richmond Climax. firgjiplinrij JrBfJlraiTraSir5JBTrafrJBrpBi ' -- ff-T- 3-J- - .. . - - -J IfiFtt7HIr? jr7rr-rfH- Jr ftuarrEj iSrrE5rrBr7HJBrraE3r?HJBrBr7aJBrraBrmiB plMp. I :.rrjii.7i7-i7Hjrrrt. i. ...--. ' -i - -- i iin. aMsjrlfafgJfflgflgJBfl. naBr7rrnr7, rB rUBLIBHEl XVZRV WIDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Go, 7i C. E. WOODS, Associate Editor. l eton ,! Editor PRICE PER YEAR, -- $1.50. - 189S. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 2, pea is estimated that should the necessity of war reqnire the entire fighting strength of the nation, not less than 10,415,601 men eoulil be put into the field within a month's time. When the Register, the Times and Post agree that the Goe-bElection Bill is undemocratic that settles it. They are all tuch pood DemoCourier-Journa- It jp l GRASP THIS OPPORTUNITY! f ..: ft.a.ft llf; pEj jfL lady whose life is so closely inwoven with good works. Bev. Sir. Timberlake was to have spoken on some phases of Miss life, then to be completed by Bev. Dr. Young, the latter in the Wil-lard- 's for-mer- and Miss Belle Bennett. The fiist named lady presided aud led in the Lord's prayer in which the con gregation united. Miss Bennett closed the exercoses with a briei address which was delivered in the manner characteristic of this lovable christian Gi,b60U Llovd, Mrg Jas. Bennett, Mrs. E. V. - and the American 7 V Lady-Corse- t are almost synonymous terms all women cannot be beautiful in face, but thej can all improve their carriage and general appearance by wearing the American Lady Corset to be had at B. W. Tru -- 'g pEjl m p! WWVVVVVWWJW- - WW .iw; w.rw www.vw.v www v ' v v W l, fc- J- ...- jgjEl mm el crats. m& seems to have struck some portions of the country, or at least some individuals, when Carnegie's man Frick can pay a cool $100,-00- 0 for a picture. He is said to have paid that sum for the French picture "Christ Breaking Bread." A picture of Frick stealing bread from honest workmen to enable him to do anything so foolish as this purchase, might not bring so high a figure, hut it could be made decidedly more realistic than one painted purely from imagination. Stanford Journal. 1'iio.SPEEiTY if nl ........ ...................... ............. ....... . a,aisav.v............................................................... .... ...... We make the announcement that our stock of Shoes, Hats and Men's Furnishings is the largest and most complete ever brought to Richmond. ..... ''e-- PP m waa , S w IIS m These Goods Are Excellent Values! No fire remnants in our stock- mm mm mm Ik the course of a personal letter to Judge Pryor, Mr. Bronston, in announcing that he will not be a candi- m m ? date for Congress, throws out a sug gestion of more than ordinary value to the Democrats of Kentucky, when he says: "Could I but speak for my native State, I would do her the highest honor by placing you in the executive chair as but a modest expression of the obligation she owes to the spotless and patriotic life of a faithful and unselfish public servant." Party nescessity may yet force all personal candidates to disappear with their "claims," leaving the party free to name its strongest candidate. Louisville Post. in very much the same manner as are individuals when placed under similar conditions. When an individual indebted to a very great extent hie conduct is directed b his creditor. Freedon of action is curtailed in proportion to the extent of indebtedness as compared with fixed and indestuct-ibl- e assets. The same is true of Nations. Just iu proportion to a nation's indebtedness, to that extent it becomes enslaved to its creditors. The creditor realizes the iower and authority existing by virtue of the obligation, and in many .cases prefers the power to enjoyment of the debt. power the people But for this of the United States would have long since recognized the belligerent rights of the patriotic Cubans. The treacherous Spaniards would never have blown up one of our magnificent Battle Ships, and Cuba, long ere this, would have been free and independent. To all who want to know the truth it is plain that we are in the grasp of the money power, and that grasp desires to continue to hold. This republic is fast becomeing enslaved by debt, and the creditors do not desire the debt paid in either gold or silver, simply from the fact that pauneiit would rob the creditors nt their power its well as their interer-- t We want the public debt paid. We are.in full sympathy with that party that advocate principal aud policies that "will lead to a payment of the public debt just as promised and according to the letter of their promises. If this be done, we will continue to be the freeest and grandest nation on earth; if not the decay now begun will continue and the great masses will be slaves. Is it not time for the person with only modest means, with little ones around him that he loves to begin to study seriously his duty as a citizen? An honest concien-tiou- s reflection is sure to lead to the conclusion that a gold standard leads to slavery and degredation. es cn-dito- absence, was obliged to cover the entire subject in his remarks. Did hit succeed? Ask any of that packed tbaong? Itis no exaggeration to say that this was thecrowningell'ortof Dr. Young's career in Richmond. He is conceded to be the equal of any campaigner in the State, in a rough and tumble debate, ever ready and willing to mea. ure arms with any and ail comers How easily dill Dr Young turu to the task of eulogizing the character r( Miss Willard. tho jrentle creature whose magnetism, self sacrifice and devotion to the cause of ..temperance, lifted her into the realms of the immortal. If Dr. Young showed himself the master of word partraiture in his tribute to the dead leader of temperance, ho displayed even greater facility for unfolding the lesconsof herlile The audience was enthralled by his eloquence, power and earnestness, and as an attentive listener afterwards remarked, "that was the finest opportunity for such an address I ever saw; and the most successful mastery of au emergency I over witnessed." Another treat was in store, for Rev. Lloyd gave fifteen minutes to the sub ject, and we bear willing testimony to the superb effort, which wns a fitting finale to the evening's memorable services. Wo cannot speak of the music other than to say that it was bv odds the finest program executed in a church here in ten years. Serious bread riots have taken place -- ner's. a nC CJ and short. black. white and drab. Ir medium. long fy V j 00 maxtoLote A0. S.NtvYw,ff., MANAGER. "' ..', . V-r? Best $2.00 and $2.00 .!;. fk Home in Louisville. t il'TVf t...&.??? s '.i " 1 i i ?"'-'-- 2iii1 1 ?? S r. a. t $Hw5$s4 , CtKriM-s-jL- . .1 .T. r?w-iMra--.v ir3.iJ5r-t-t.,-vJ'- Tn-: i-- i 'J . ,' &- - (? chZ-E- m Si? Ur m?jm: ms??. '5m&KaS-fi-"- ' ....- al Gallipoli- - .:: !.!.! e .::" t a so..e.. e... -- a -- -- - JhAKMJlKS J I a "VV TS? ST H TT. ?L .".. Everything New and First Ginss. pfa x&$ mm jj t so, x us. Nations are controlled and swayed The meaning of opportunity Ls vide. USE IT. Ps 7 m It is Strange that some people who say they never read patent medicine advertisements 0O w ill he found lugging home every new Sea.. and then a bottle of some favorite remdy of theirs. We don't bother you with much reading but just ask you to try a 10c trial bottle of Dr. Coldwell's Syrup Pepsin. for constipation, indicestion and s:omach troubles 50c and 1 CO sizes. Go niar3-lAt B. L. Middelton. () QOott. .. of $500 John Aberseller was robbed and murdered in his room at Newport. 0" Do you need a Plow.fj II .0 0 o 0 0 0 O 8 Harrow, A Corn Planter, A Wagon, or other A . Mfffl B SO' We are sole agents for the t ebrated Vulcan Chilled Plows, and Olds Farm Wagon In fact any complete line of Hardware, Stoves and Tinware Tin Roofing and Guirlag a Specialty. ..O0 -- 0 0 'as 0 0 0 0 9 fj . m A (Ireat Deal w a. GEASP IT IT IS YOUES. life Sfr-JSfrtJSfE rata - . n r.' ."Ln WALLACE & RICE I"" of unnecessary expenditure of time and money may be saved if you will only keep a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup of Pepsin in the house. Nine-tent- hs all ordinary sickness is form the stomach; keep that organ in proper condition and all will be well. Syrup Pepsin is a specific. Trial size bottles 10c, large sizes 50c and $1.00. of, B. L. Middleton. niaro-lm l TAVlOI?-F5r- o. .........................................sttiaaoaassatt.oaatiTB ., v V. O .aftaftaB.kAannftAnAAAaAAi.maMAi2aonckAftHAr-.XafAaV.V.a.a'.a W.a'a..''a,w - -aww...arww.a'..ww.....v.a...w..w.v nv iSSE BETTER THlN AN ! v IS i City of Mexico is to have bicycle works. S.EEi! - ft Vif linrr 9 r -- Color Came Back. lrBiroBrr- air - ar- rfaU t rStsi 1 1 - , Tl r H- - . ta Jta Ht: BIrHJai7 -- rJ -- -. i lrHJEir II r i II mr-- f r - r rr puta rnjta putan m rota rtsi r i -- r- i - - " - . 1 r m ta -- - ) ti lm rr j;; m rcjtsi rcjtairtiiry rtan puta rcj i - . t I - - - II . . i r. . i . II II -- i r f tsi -I II rota rejta I -- -. . I - - r taifTU -- , tairt-i- ta Tl I 1 1 isi r J tsi rJ ". 1 r The Goebel Bill, or more properly the Enloe Bill, for the editor of the Louisville Dispatch originated it, should become a law! Speaking for that wing ol the Demcratic party in this county which elected l.im, we respectfully call upon our Representative, Hon. V. W. Combs and every other Democrat, to stand by the Bill ;to the last. We are for it for many reasons, none of which is that it will give to our party any unjust advantage But it will prevent the repetition of crimes against our party, such as weJe committed in 1S9G, when the returns of a neighboring county were witheld until it was known just how many votes were needed to count Mc-Kinl- ey , terfere with ''local self government;" it does not increase the opportunity for corrupting the ballot, Read the bill and read the Louisville Dispatch, the ablest exponent of our party, and get your ideas from Democratic sources. The law is not to encourage, but to It is not a "force bill;" it does not in. in- CiF.Brawer&Co it Of Main and Broadway. i! stop stealing elections. The election officers are to be apcitizens in pointed by three each county instead of one as now, and the election officers are to be divided between the political parties so that we will have honest instead of dishonest dlections, and so that every political party will receive the benefit of the votes actually cast for it by the voters. An effort has been made to make the people believe that it affects nominations for office. Of course the politit cians and newspaper assailing it know-thado with it has nothing whatever to nominations for office, but many of the people do not. They will have time to learn its terms and its true character, and when they do the act will vindicate itself. first-clas- s PERSONAL,. Rev. Certain Novelties J. 1'. MacMillan is visiting in The new goods are coming faster tl an can be mentioned. Many that deserve a prominent place here are crowded out and have to go unheralded and unsung. We would call your particular attention to our wall paper stock this season.' It is a superb line, exclusive patterns, original ideas. The designers are crea New, tors of styles, not followers. striking, tasteful, and prices below that demanded for inferior goods. Just look over our line, or such parts as will interest vou,and we are sure you will Irvine yesterday. agree with us as to iis merits. Mr. J. H. Neff returned from New e York City Saturday, Mr. J. Len Ballard is confined to We show 50 patterns that need but his room with la grippe-Misto be seen t insure us a sale. All Kathleen Poyntz is visiting shades, all designs to suit any room, relatives in Mt. Sterling. from the attic to the cellar. A. J. Thorp was down from Winston yesterday. -Mr. Sam Hughes, of Frankfort, was Catchy, Frenchy florals and stripes in, with C. U. friends last week. the new tones of Green, Red and JJhie. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. D. Harris returned from a visit to Frankfort Friday. Miss Sallie Tevis was visiting relaX few special stripes in silk effects, tives in Chilesburg last Tuesday. with or without the frieze, with mouldAttorney Grant E. Lilly and D. H. ings to match. They hang as beautiful Myers were in Irvine Wednesday. as a real silk fabric. Mr. E. V. Elder is in New York purchasing his spring ptock of goods. 2,c . Misses Estell Walker and Bessie M. Beautiful Ingrains with large floral Dudley went to Cinriunat last Saturborders and ceiling. day. Mr. S. V. Rowland, of Danvillo, is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. S. B, The most exquisite line of English White. Chintz ami floral designs. Miss Etta Taylor, of Pine Grove, is visiting Miss Elizabeth Taylor on SecA remnant lot of room mouldings at ond Street-Mis- s 2c a foot to close each pattern. Bring Mary and Mable Miles, of Madmeasure of room and get a chance at these. They will only last a few days. ison Institute, have returned from Danville. Rev. I. B. Timberlake is visiting in Versailles. Judge P. II. Sullivan was in Lexington Saturday. Hon. J. Tevis Cobb went to Frankfort yesterday. Mr. Thos. Covington was in Rice S"tation labt week. Miss Sallie Tevis is visiting relatives in Clark county. Miss Belle Bennett returned Saturday from Nashville. Mr. Thos. Vaughn was down from 'SttSc 1 s Ex-Jud- ge 3tt lz home in Cynthiana after a visit to Mrs- B. W. Turner. Miss Kathleen Poyntz is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ann E. Bean, in Montgomery county. Miss Mary Spencer Smith has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in "Winchester. Miss Annie Bennett has returned from a delightful visit to Miss Sue McRoberts at Danville. Miss Alberta Anderson was at home from Richmond college several days this week. Lancaster Record. Mr. Thomas A. Chanault and family have returned lrom Nashville, Tenn., and will remain in Richmond. Miss Alice Arnold, of Richmond is visiting Miss Berry at Hamilton college. Lexington Argonaut. Miss Belle Rayburn, who has been confined to her bed with la grippe for the past two weeks, is recovering. This paraphrase from the modern Shakestick appears, on the first page of today's Climax. A laugh for all. Miss Annie Bennett attended the Danville hop Inst week, when she was the guest of Mrs. Susan McRoberts. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Arnold, of Richmond, came over Saturday for a short visit, to friends. Lexington Argonaut. Feb. 2S. Mr. Wade Hampton Prewitt, of Kirks-villleft Thursday for Kansas City, Missouri, to make his future home and fortune. Miss Margarett Pates, of Midway, visited the family of her brother Capt. John It. Pates, on Broadway, from Thursday until Saturday. Miss Mary Benjamine, guest of Miss Ida Friend, returned yesterday to Madison Institute, Richmond, where she is a student. Bourbon News. Miss Terapie Oldham is in Cincinnati selectiog a beautiful line of Spring millinary. She will bring an accomplished trimmer to Richmond. Mr. H. M. Blanton, of Richmond, who has been the guest of Mr. W. H. Escott and family, returns to Louisville this morning. Shelby News. Mrs. S. M. Logan returned to yesterday, willing with true womanly devotion, to run the risk of small-po- x to b with her husband. Stanford Journal. Messrs N. V. White and Robert E. Little attended the hop by the Chassa de Fes at Danville last Tuesday. It was one of tho swellest hops in the Blue Grass this year. Miss Van Greenleaf, of Richmond, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Emma Kaulf- Miss Alberta Anderson was inan at home from the Richmond college several days this week. Loudon Record. Miss Mattie Shiffletand her nephew, from Missouri, and Miss Emma Rice, attended'the wooden wedding of Mr. and Mis. Brutus Gum, of Blue Banks, A delightful dinner last Tuesday. was spread. Mrs. George T. Farris has returned from Fraukfort delighted with the trip No wonder her husband is voting right in the Senate as he has been under her instructions, and he knows better than to violate them. Lancaster cor. Stane, Mid-dlesboro if it was true that tho Government Building was to be moved to Danville. Col. Brooks is of the immortal few whose fame should never die in con nection with this $100,000 building, as he was an active agent in procuring the appropriation for Richmond, and no man was happier than he. Rev. Preston Blake, of Dayton, Ky., having accepted a call to the Fisrt Baptist Church, will come with his family to make their home here next week. They will occupy the parsonage next door to the church. Mr. Blake has already made many friends and admirers in Lexington while lioldinga meeting here and all are prepared to give him a hearty welcome. Lexington Argonaut. Mrs. S. W. Crutcher and daughter, Miss Linnie Crutcher, aud Miss Annie Chenauit Crutcher, niece of S. W. Crutcher, made Dallas a visit Monday. Mrs. S. W. Crutcher visited Dallas this week and while there mot Mrs. Judge Boyd of Cynthiana Kentucky. These ladies had not met since they stood beside each other at Harrodsburg, Ky., and received their diplomas, George D. Prentice was present, the orator of the day. Piano Tex. Star. Hon. J. Warren Keifer, of the Ohio Legislature, failing to keep his appointment to address the stuy dents of Berea College on tho Agitation." the faculty invited Dr. Young, of this city, to deliver his lecture on General Lee quite a contrast in speakers and in subject. Six hnndred people heard him and the faculty praised the effort as highly entertaining, excecingly instructive, and calculated to create a truer conception of the South and its great leaders in the minds of those who have listened to but one side of tho story of thecause of the Civil war. er G. A. R. To Meet at Bowling Green. America's Greatest Hood's Pills are the only pill to take The Encampment of the Grand Army Medicine is Department of Kentucky, will convene with Hoo's Sartaparilla. Cure all liver It at Bowling Green. May There ills. Hood's Sarsaparilla, are two prominent Louisville candidates France had 47G strikes iu 1C97, for the office ot Department CommanWhich absolutely America's greatest medicine is Hood's der to succeed A.J. Tharp, present Department Commander lor cures when all other Cures every form of They are Col. Henry S. Colin, Kentucfcv. Sarsaparilla, which to do any good whateditor of preparations fails Impure blood, from ever. the Auzeiger, and Col. John W. It Judge James, of Butler county, Fratice has 200,000 lace workers. pimple on your The is also spoken of asn probable candidate. The "Woman's Reliet Corps and the Loose clothes and downy cushions brFace to the great Ladies of the G. A It. and Sons of Vet- ing only a negative sort of comfort to erans will meet at same time and place. the woman who is suffering with some Scrofula sore which disease or derangement of the organs The Colonkl Tea. distinctly feminine. Some clothes and Drains your system. The ladies of the C. W. B. M. cleared some positions make the paiu aud the Thousands of people S40 last Friday by their Colonial Tea. discomfort seems less. Perhaps the The refreshments were no less colonial nerves are most affected and this in Testify that Hood's than were the characters impersoiated. turn disturbs the digestion. Nothing The father ot His Country was Mr. will ever eompletelyrelieve but u radical Sarsaparilla cures Samuel P.Deatherage. who was exceed- cure. The start of "female may Scrofula, Salt Rheum, ingly gracious in tho hundreds who complaints" may be a very slight thing be. than in me paid homage to Washington and his con indeed It hjnie.iieineasure.-.uoid- d Dyspepsia, Malaria, sort. George was attired in true Colonial style, knickerbockers, white hose, stop the trouble. Certainly at this time, Catarrh, Rheumatism, low 'shoes with silver buckles, ruflled a little bit of the right medicine would shirt, lace in sleeves high collars, pow- btop it. When the trouble become And That Tired dered wig. etc. (Mrs. Deatherage quite worse, it is harder to cure, but still it can in love again Favorite Prescrip as Feeling. Remember this fellstond there with her husband fe- cured. Dr. Pierce'scure and tfouble ot he tion will positively the cynosure of all And get Hood's male eyes.) this character. It may be absolutely Martha Washington to faithfully relied upon. It And only Hood's. impersonated by Mrs. was W. Zaring. a woman whose affords lasting reliefhas natural modesty J. 25-2- "Both my husband and myself have tak en Hood's Sarsaparilla with geat benefit and we value it very highly. Soen after we began taking it the color came back to our faces and our run down systems were built up. Hood's Sarsaparilla has done us woncerful good." Mas. F. M. Siiocklev, Wickhfle, Kentccky. A uctlon S Ham-mo- Sweeping reductiai in Shoes to make room for Sprng Goods. We will sell slues during Eebruary I regardless of DOST. Now is the time 1) buy a pair at least whether youneed them or not. This is Betteifthnn an Auction. 1 a M Li iy Preeimn Bros, k i W Phone. No. 21. First Str EET. f- r- all isJ 1t 5 nj3!iBnytTaanuiE3,igrn m fi mnn ET3 "Anti-Slaver- n of Turner Reid, a citizen and Mexican War veteran, as well as an who was found dead in bed on Wednesday morning last He was in his usual health and was sitting up with a sick daughter the night before. Deceased was the father cf Henry P. Reid, of this city, who attended the funeral on Thursday. well-know- Send ' at Chrysanthemums. once for list of fine show chrysanthemum plants. Only a lim ited number for sale. HOXAKEB THE FLORIST, Lexington Kentucky. It is Now McClinlock & White. Messrs John T. McCIintock and G. from T. M W White have pnrchas-iWells his interest in the Richmond RE-UiaiouSaddle Harness Company, and are : now in possession. This business is new to Mr. McCIintock. but his partRev. J. Robert Boatman preached at ner Mr. White is considered one of Cotbin on Sunday, aud at Eminence the the best saddle and harness makers Sunday before. in Richmond. Here's success to the Uncle Joe Hopper is holding a pro- new firm. tracted meeting at the. First Presbyter Alex Pence Kills Jim Smith. ian Church wbich is largely attended ami much interest manifested. On Wednesday last Alex Pence, a Mr. James M. Cornelison,agraduate well known resident of Boone, near the of C. U., now a student of the Dan- Kentucky river on the K. 0. railroad, ville Theological Seminary, will con- inflicted injuries upon James Smith, a duct the services at the Second Pres- young white man from Estill, that rebyterian Church, on Sunday evening sulted in his death. It is charged by next at "o'clock. He has justreturned Pence that Smith was too familiar with from the convention of the Students Pence's young wife. He Volenteer Movement at Cleveland, the young man repeatedly on ihe head and is competent to discuss that truly with the hilt of a pistol fracturing his great organized christian movement. skull and causing death with in a few Mr. Cornelison is a native of this place hours. At Pence's examing trial Monday aud the young men especially should he was held over in $1,500 bond, which he gave, and he was released. attend. struck ford Journal. C.F.Brower&Co , ,. LXXINGTON, KY. Miss Minva Park Phelps, after her sojourn in "Washington at tho Con gress of D. A. R. went to Annapolis, Md., to,be the guest of Lieutenant and Mrs. Carlo B. Brittain, nco Miss Ma Miss Phelps will at mie Baldwin. tend a large reception given by Col. John Hooe Ruusell and cousin at Hunt e ington W. of the best and most ingenious take-ofthat we have seen in a long time was Harrigee's parody in the Lexington. Danville Advocate on Shakespear wilh Mrs. W. W. Williamson' of Carlisle, Clarence T3. TV'oods, Tat Burnam and is visiting her parenta.Mr. and Mrs. Stevp "White of Richmond,-- the draJas. Lackey. matis personajjand the removal of th9 Mr.'Evwctt Witt was the guest of collector's office the causus belli.-Sta- nM his brother, Sapf-TS. Yitt, at Win- ford JoumaLCoL Joe J. Eirooks came down from ston last week. CyHthkoa doubtless to, e Mrs. JU4et hu retwrad to Va-Onfs V. - l I hr liwek, ! ". - Meeting Held Here in Years. HONAKER THE FLORIST. Tho marriage of County Attorney The Greatest Lexington Kentucky. Lenard A. West and Miss Mamie The Francis Willard memorial meetBroaddcsHakvey. Mr. John announcement of which ap- ing at the Christian Church Sunday Broaddus an'il Miss Lillie Harvey, of Hume, iu the Climax last week, was evening, held under the auspices of BANK REPORTS. C TKAYED li kelv towards Bichmond Tates Creek, were married Thursday peared beautifully solemnized at the home of the Woman's Christian Temperance . rin-- - uim. 'X sized by O. J. Young. . the bride's parents, in Irvine, Wednes- Union, was in several respects a re- 1OEP0RT OF THE CONDITION OF THE IlF...f, Trtn.v k.n.li .m!,. suun, uucs neaaaivc. ,vuS, u. uiu uii, ,ra sulky appearance, and a big, snua.lirf.MOC Crop Madlsoa National day, Rev. Allen, of the Methodist markable one. Ninety percent, of Richmond, in the State Bank, No. 1790, at has while rmning. Liberal .d,Farmii.o; Implement Kentucky, at the mouth reward for hM church officiated. A large number of those who came simply to be enter- dose of business, Februaryof18, 1833. J. H. CUNNINGHAM. S Hain sold the fjem on which I lire. I w relni?-- . friends and relations witnessed the tained, went away with their minds """-Atmerlitz, Ky. Spell t ine nlgnest Jidder, about 10 o'clock . m i. ine premistJ, a miles of Richmond Fox. To the wife of John Fox, nee happy evening, which was followed filled with serious thoughts and their RESOURCES. Miss Eva Phelps, a boy, a by a handsome reception. The bride hearts stirred by new resolves. t a home bv "ItheTi k a v.xeeic piKt on ans and al old is the only daughter of Mr. and Mis. It was supposed that 'the elaborate Overdrafts, discounts and unsecured. $309,213 29 t?ui wages turn no incumonmce. Gardner! really handsome little fellow. secured 8,433 73 1S h Address P. L. Hume and a niece of Mayor musical program would constitute the U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 50,000 00 WM. MIDDLETOX. e . Roberts. To Mr. and Mrs. . ' Claude Smith, of this city. She is an chief feature of the evening. How- U. S. Bonds to secure U.S. Deposits. 75,000 00 , w, Union City, Ky, a Robers, of Ruthton,on February acknowledge favorite in iltocks, securities, etc. society ever grand the music was, and it was Other real estate and mortgages. 2,310 00 Irvine TheJoUowing persjurt property, 20, a fine boy. 2 in a church here in a talented young lany. Mr. West l horse mule, 8 year Bony. To Mr. and Mrs. Mike and son of Thomas West and a prom- tho best heard exercises were of even Dueowned. National Banks .(not Re- 8,601 from years, the other is a in foal to iack.lJserve agents) Buckly, a son. 4,921 45 mare, 1 ising youmr man, having recent! v greater interest and gratification. from State Banks and 5&1 in trot o SchlegeIi. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. been elected County Attorney of Estill On the platform were seated Rev. Due from approved reserve Bankers 32,037 ig Due agents 60 of sheer 1 400 00 Schlegel are rejoicing over the arrival County. Tho Climax extends congrat- Dr. G. W. Young, Rsv, Dr. W. R. Kotes of other National Banks lambing; 2 red AUnartJe., .JZttZSJrZShtH -of a son, a twelve pounder. vuuiu. wni, BuaemtT coin, nun to cs .i, i. :. " M,lm. ulations and wishes the happy couple ., . . and cents 50 60 W brood sows with , il S WK ?l?e?a'Z?ln'' 1 a long and prosperous life. lawful money reserve in bank, viz: P'KS. etc., 1 fine Poland Awarded ' (Ipecie $16,000 00 j tr..,a.n nth, 1S9 ..uina Doar. a?fs' tn.lw. . t or same will be barred. AU parties indebted t3 "jpicmenis,' en.rfrr ing of 1 A.A.a faHUUUh T. notes . 5,000 00 consl 1 Highest Honors World's Fair, Redemption fund with U- - S. Treas'r 21,000 State or Ohio. City of Toledo, ) ' ' cooa watron. cresr all Vinri. .t. planter, . '.""'IP'8 ca" ana settle at oa JDichai)in. ultivatore cornplowsai.i aU. ) thereby axie costs. Lucus County, la per cent. 01 circulation) 2,250 00 and of Wood. At his home, near Speed, yu. Fkaxk J. Cheney, makes oath that he i hirm-Total mil Bill ISCST C03P15I. y rake. 1 set of foublacu.ung oox, mower, well, Saturday night, H. L. Wood, of is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. $515,765 37 wi feblS-t- w j Assignee of T. H. Karr, tongue. 1 good buggy, ?1.5?..g ' .r consumption, aged forty years. Cheney & Co , doing business in the LIABILITIES. Wbout75 barrels of ten, l lot of new lumber 1 FoLiiiLOVE. Capital stock paid in At his home near city of Toledo, County and State afore$200,000 00 fu. u. gooo- - umouraay, and other things too Hurplus fund . .... . numerous to JBeBWi. ,. . Ruthtbn, Thursday morning, Brutus said, and that said firm will pav the sum to 000 00 ' Undivided promts, less expenses and TERMS All satnnderJlO cash, over that years. of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each J. Fullilove, aged sixty-fivtaxes paid .. ,., fuaoaat ob a credWatil 1889 without interest. 749997 National Bank notes outstanding Mrs. Jesse Hale died at her and every case of Catakrh that cannot Hale. umm " Due to other National Banks home, near White Hall, Saturday night, be cured by the use of Hall's CAtabuii Due to State Banks and Bankers. i'is? Cure. aged thirty years. Interment in Rich i Individual deposits subject to check, lttlsos 47 S.Vf SB i?!? J" Present then to tfr United States deposits Frank J. Ciieeey. . mond cemetery Monday Morning, 72 5m t verwed . Deposits ot U. S. dUborelng officers!. 2)388 82 W1UJUT Ul l&ICIanTallT, ri me and subscribed in Sworn to before . .r: Mtntti win Oasady At the residence"of his n irred. T. J. BrpirSL.ir .., ixnI1e, tanl2-t- f Total , . Wm. B. Wells, near Union city, my presence, thia 6th day of December, 15,786 37 A. D. JS86. .ITATE OF KEN7TUCKY, Saturday, .February 19th, ,Anderson t M: I TkT ' -- . COOKTY OV MADISOS, A. W. Gleason jl L" t, , Canady, of scrofula", age Seventy-seve- n years. 8K.U. V "W 11 VV V ltank, do solemnly Kwear that the above stated I Vt WUi U a w spotKNi jr came P1k my place, on Notary public. to ajrl l.RatnM MiaWBUMrHM. MA ur uvwwh ana Todd Lucile Todd, the " "j.'aHSKAULT. Ckir. i 'r J(ellf. c D. I by u fadopted daughter of Mr. andMrs. O.T. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken isteraally "v ? jjuKaii i j3abcribed and swora as xtmhrtMh iter of Jaeob - ". . Wells, died of tuberculosis meningitis. and acts directly on tho blood aad mu ..,.! ItiTM February vm.' m.'n.l&SSg "tci( .. Ik JOKBUSH. OMMUal MOST:PERFECT MADE- - f ou Friday. I'uneral at Mr. "Welfe' resi cous surface of the systest. Stead for PM aUclaii r wnn , MkMtteM).i Mi dence on Saturday and ear; al in the testimonials free.-.-,- ,A pufe GmpeCream of Tartar Powir.. fm. k a V B ! v-Richmond cemetery; , r DR. .DVwU.'S s :t F. J. Ohks ' Co., To&tfe, O.: awn Ammonia, mum or any ouKraoa -r IIP"11 WW! AiiJBtBorrtv t MHOM ' Kmd, mStrlinglOuSoki W Drubt,140. YEARS THE tTAMMffc MARRIED. BIRTHS. ten-pou- Married in Irvine. whose personal charms wereaugmented kept her from consulting a phvsiciau. by the superb costume which she wore. stamps to Sent 21 cents in one-ceIt was of her bridal trousseau, and was World's Bispen&ary .Medicine .Associamuch admired. The dress wasashes-o- f tion, Buffalo, N. Y.. and receive Dr rose silk, trimmed with cream lace, and Pierce's 1008 paj;a "Common Sense white gloves; her jewelry was genuine Medieil Adviser," profusely illustrated. rose coral beautifully carved, set in RoIt man gold. A massive chatelaine nee-laNelson county fair Tuesday, .August of the same material with pearl and :0, for five days. jet inlaid, completed thecostume. Mary Washington, the mother of the , lil'Sl tf All. First President, was admirably repre To cleanse the system in a trentel and spnted-bMrs. Thos. Thorpe; Mrs. Alex ander Hamilton, Miss Jennie Ford; Al truly beneficial manner, when tliespring-tim- o ami perfect comes, use Custis was O. K. in the person of Zenie remedy, Syrup ofthe trueBuy the genFitr. Douglas; Mrs. J. Q. Adams, Mrs. N. B. uine. .Manufactured by the California Deatherage; Martha Parks Custis, Miss Fig Syrup Co only, and for sale by all Georgia MacMillan; La-i- Fairfax. Miss Teinpie Oldham; Priscilfa, Miss Lena druggists, at 5C cents per bottle. mars lm Devore; Sir Walter Raleigh revived by Jno. Arnold with hair powdered with The docket for the next term of the D H. Myer's saw dust; Gen. LaFayette. Uooue Circuit Court will be very long. Cale Shearer; Miss Fairfax, Mrs. G. G. "We live in a country of which the s; Piewitt; Mrs. Maxwell, Mrs. D H. principal scourge is stomache-troublMrs. John Adams, Miss Annie d than any other It is more Lady Kitty Duer, Mrs. W. R. Lloyd; Dolly Madison, Miss Addie Hun-le- disease, and, very nearly, more dangerous. Mrs. Randolph, Miss Emma One thing that makes it so dangerpus Mrs. Thos. Marshall, Mrs. Ed-gTurley ; Mrs. Van Buren, Mrs. J. P. is that it is so little understood. If it were better understood, it would Simmons; Mrs. Thomas Jefferson, Mrs. Robert Terrill; a Colonial Gentleman, bo more feared, more easily cured, less N. B. Deatherage; Mrs. Aaron Burr, universal than it is now. So, those who wish to be cured, take Mrs. Sam P. Deatherage: The costumes were all of richest an- Shaker Digestive Cordial, because it goes to the root of the trouble as no other tique silks', powdered hair predominamedicine does. The pure, harmless, ting everywhere. There was an exhibition of relics, curative herba aud plants, of which it such as lovely old coverlids, candle- composed, are whatrender it so certain sticks, pictmes, etc. A piano of 17G4 find, at the same time, so gentle a cure. It helps and strenthens the stomach, was exhibited by the Misses Dejarnett; an ancient, pewter tea-pshown by pnriflesand tones up the system. Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to Mrs. Fountain Rice; a colonial mantel, ' Mrs. Thomas Thorpe; two pitchers, very $1.00 per bottle. it old Mrs. Ann Shearer. Many other arSweel Pea Seed. ticles of unrecorded age were exhibited. The affair was a great success in every To introduce our flower seed, we particular. Five hundred were present will send postpaid, six papers choice or tried to get in the house and failed. nt ce M-erte; e. wide-spreay; te; nr iot hi r i EirH.irra.rE.rH . . ' ra.. sith iR J7 !frl gkj s .1 a r . V u l S life mm (? 7 The Ojver Chilled Plows Made. i m The Best fji . (in lis. I7 jL WE HAVE TJS LARGEST AND BEST ASSOEJED sfTOCK OF J ! . 1 ra U- -l Plow Gear In the Market DOLLARS Us Us j ifrj r! Hi i ire! 1 j -Ejl gk r- BACEBATDa Tracechaiix Hames Single & !(ouTe - irees. m p bra sp gk T--- !f Hi! j--n- I .Mini .".... : Succcors to ..irrrV1ffti wUVJ. lr 1 Co., , VJCAifctJr, ilCHUOXD, E rHf?lr- -' irai" Ml )rjiHrgjr7yTriTami r !TfMfilPiiprifra m fiweet pea seed, assorted colors for25c. Fox Hound Lost. BIacl:-snd-T- BUS SALE " -.-- j., !.. 3 "' wr a Tvrr,5r' -ir i Em-mitt- fiht. h'). "kqw. 1 --- .-j m ...., to-w- it CO ITotice to j.i ! DEATHS, Jegal-tend- CO .... j:i ,., ". ..i.u.iaci SSll tochTa.irrttJZJiW?' i CrsditorslsiSi . h cIe u - e' wmllMLj CREAM I ITotici to Creditor I Hal son-in-la- w, mm BAKING I I -- f Estrjy Hog! aJ " . i r" -- -- .V- K-- " - O s 1 j - ;eaHKV w-tf-- ink Ir i 'asi ll -. - Fc.a.iSrhi 7"-r- a - j Ila ui. '"" V.- F WNnnai, f TION. N 3; Jt i' 1 ! jh ' wm 3Ye &aR me.f.e&T, The Richmond Climax. lB?glBJpMrSlBrBiBptiJfflp PUBLISHED rVKKV WKDSKSDAY BY Ths Climax Printing Co. J: u. JnluLcic, FJLr' I f- Proprietors and Editors. A WOODS, Associate Editor. C . Cf IGRJ Bp 11! mm liH! - SI n fi Supplement) The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY - PRICE PER YEAR, $1.50. 1898. CLIiWAX. 18S3. i m and the American Lmv (Supplement - WmMUh. . WEDNESDAY. MARCH 2, - - ' r" ; " ; """ 'I : vj necIt is estimatpd that should the fighti- PJB of war require the entire essity ng1 strength of the nation, not less fiiiJB than 10,415,601 men could be put into the field within a month's time. l, When the Register, the and Tost agree that the Goe-bTimes Election Bill is undemocratic that settles it. They are all such good DemoCourier-Journael h - 3 "- - MARCH 2, -- -.- -!- PI isle IE: Lr: , ij r? ! I i ... Sheriff's Sale - FOR TAXES 1897 OF crats. riiOSFEUlTY seems to have struck 'ftWr .s - - i Land And Town Lots. of Madison county will offer at public sale in front of the Court House door in Rich- home portions or tlie country, or at least some individuals, when Carnegie's man Friek can pay a cool $100,-00- 0 for a picture. He is said to have paid that sum for the French picture "Chri&t Breaking Bread." A picture of Frick stealing bread from honest workmen to enable him to do anything so foolish as this purchase, might not bring so high a figure, but it could be made decidedly more realistic than one painted purely from imagination. Stanford Journal. Ix the course of a personal letter to Judge Pryor, Mr. Bronston, in announcing that he will not be a candidate for Congress, throws out a sug gestion of more than ordinary value to the Democrats of Kentucky, when he says: "Could I but speak for my native State, I would do her the highest honor by placing you in the executive chair as but a modest expression of the obligation she owes to the spotless .and patriotic life of a faithful and unselfish public servant." Party nescessity may yet force all personal candidates to disappear with their "claims," leaving the party free to name its stronger candidate. Louisville Post. Nations are controlled and swayed in very much the same manner as are individuals when placed under similar conditions. When an individual becomes indebted to a very great extent ill lill , ' ' French, George 20 acres land . . Gabbard. Abijah 11 acres land . Haley, W B 100 acres land Jackson, Susan 40 acres land . . Jackson, John Hi acre land. . Jackson, Dave D 1 acre land . . Lakes, John Sr., 100 acres land . Lakes, Wm A iO acres land . . Lakes, Newton 100 acres land . Lamb, Henry 7 acres laud Mallicoat, Frank Co acres land . . . Moody. John 2 acres land Patrick, Wm D 18 acres land . . Powell. Lafayette 60 acres land . Rogers, Phillip 10 acres land . Vanwinkle, Joe 7 acrus land . . 100 800 200 Donnalioe, Kansas 1 1 town lot . . . . ... 50 Deatherage, Sam town lot J. P. Simmons, ex Sheriff GLADE, NO. 6 ill rail mm We make t largest and mos mond, Kentucky, MONDAY, MARCH 7th, 1898, It being County Court day, between the hours of 10 a. in., and G p. in., the follov;-in- g property, to pay the taxes assessed against the same for the.year J1897. ifl isp liil m sjg White Uist. No fire ren RICHMOND. NO. 1. 200 1.100 120 500 6.000 450 3,150 1.300 200 200 700 800 200 200 300 1.000 1,200 2,500 800 300 1,500 500 250 5,500 1,500 500 100 300 100 1.S00 Avers, Mre Nannie 1 town lot . Ballard, Mary A h'rsl town lot . Bush, Joeag'tG A Embry,l town lot . . Baxter, Rebecca hr's 1 town lot . Bourne, Sarah hr's (nfr) 1 town (n r) 3 town lots . . Cornelison, J It agent B & L "o. . . . 8 tow n lots Carr, Joe 1 town lot Carr, Joe ag't T G Hacker, one town lot Duncan, J W ACT Wells 1 town Brooks, Doty, IK wfc Sa! JJ f BiS I 1' The me mm OK 1 town lot If se !i n his conduct is directed b his creditor. Freedon of action is curtailed in proportion to the extent of indebtedness as compared with fixed and indestuet-ibl- e asset6. The same is true of Nations. Just iu proportion to a nation's indebtedness, to that extent it becomes enslaved to its The creditor realizes the power and authority existing by virtue of the obligation, and in many .cases prefers the power to enjoyment of the debt. But for this creditor power the people of the United States would have long since recognized the belligerent rights of tne patriotic Cubans. The treacherous Spaniards would never have blown up one of our magnificent Battle Ship?, and Cuba, long ere this, would have been free and independent. To all who want to know the truth it is plain that we are in the grasp of the money power, and that grasp desires to continue to hold. This republic is fast becomeing enslaved by debt, and the creditors do not desire the debt paid in either gold or silver, simply from the fact that paunent would rob the creditors of their power as well as their interest We want the public debt paid. We are.in full sjmpathy with that party that advocate principals and policies thatSvill lead to a payment of the public debt just as proud&ed and according to the letter of their promises. If this be done, we will continue to be the freeest and grandest nation on earth; if not the decay now begun will continue and the great masses Is it not time for the will be slavt-s-. person with only modest means, with little ones around him that he loves to begin to study seriously his duty as a citizen? An honest concien-tiou- s reflection is sure to lead to the conclusion that a gold standard leads to slavery and degredation. iii iMU V SpJsimlirlErJSji rtuta IP rarfHJE3frHJBrtiJti srpHJ ge The Goebel Bill, or more properb the Enloe Bill, for the editor of tin Louisville Dispatch originated it, shouh o become a law! Speaking for that wing Demcratic party in this county whicl the elected l.im, we respectfully call upoi our Representative, Hon. W. W. Comix and every other Democrat, to stand b fo the Bill Uo the last. We are for it i of which is that many reasons, none will give to our partv any unjust advar tage But it will prevent the repetitio a of crimes against our party, such Faulkner? Nannie 1 town lot . . . Farley, Wm 1 town lot Gentry, ateM 1 town lotl Garrison. Bettie &c, 1 towntlot . Harrison, 0 H (n r) 16 townilou. Hicks, Belle 2 town lots Jnett, Ada B nr 2 town lots . Keller, Man 1 tovwi lot Mullinger, Fred town lot . O'Neil, David 1 town lot Parker, Rebecca (n r) town lot Pullins, Minerva 1 town lot Roberts, Mary J 1 town lot . . Rowland, Mary T 1 town lot Itymell, John 1 town lot . . Ryiuell. John 1 acre land . . Stuart, Mary 2 town lots .Shilllet, Ida 20 acres land Stouffer, J B agent A Hnls, one town lot Smith. W H Jr, 1 town lot . . Trower, Tom Sr., 38 acres land . . . Tudor, Win V 1 town lot Wortham, Joe B town lot . . Wilson, Winnie 4 town lots . . - ..." .... ... 1 .... 1 .... 2000 100 400 100 2.800 1 C.FiBrower&Co Main and Broadway. '! re weie committed m 1S9G, when thewer of a neighboring county turns witheld until it was known just hoi many votes were needed to count Mc Kinley in. It is not a "force bill;" it noes not u terfere with 'local self government; f does not increase the opportunity f;.,.r ttiB ballot. Read the bt and read the Louisville Dispatch, tf ablest exponent of our party, and g -. your ideas from Democratic sourceencourage, but The law is not to stop stealing elections. The election officers are to be a citizens pointed by three each county instead of one as now, ai the election officers are to be dividt lvlwoen the political parties so that will have honest instead of dishont dlections, and so that every politic partv will receive the benefit of t vote! votes actually cast for it by the made to make t! An effort has been people believe that it affects nomii tions for office. Of course the poli dans and newspaper assailing it kn. w . that it has nothing whatever to do for office, but many of t nominations people do not. They will have time lepra its terms and its true charact and when they do the act will vindiis I itself. first-class FOXTOWN.NO. 2. 180 Azbill, Cyrus 6 acres land . 2 200 Bolin, Noah 4 acres land 200 Clark, Wm 30 acres land . . . . Do vary, R J 60 acres land 400 Dozier, Wm M 31 acres land 1.2C0 200 Guess, John S 40 acres land 1000 Jones, D T (n r) 42 acres land 100 Jones. Talton 12 acres laud . . 200 King. Annie (u r) 60 acres land. 100 King Sam "25 acres land Moore, Mary E 70 acres land 500 Myers, Annie 14 acres land 200 Newhy, Lucinda 55 acres land . 700 600 Roberson, Spicy 50 acres land . UNION, NO. 3. 250 Brotherton.R J h'rs, 20 acres land 900 Hisle, Wm 104 acres land . . . 300 Hill, Emily 86 acres land 400 Hill, Howard 50 acres land . . Martin, Mrs M J & J M Owens, 00 acres of land 800 RICHMOND, NO. 1. 400 Thacker, Wm 50 acres land . . Burnam, John C 1 town lot . . ELLISTON, NO. 4. Brock, Jim I town lot McLocklin, Andj 15 acres land. 250 . . Breck, Burgoyne 1 town .... .... .... Bnrnell, Jasper 1 acre land. . .$ 80 town lot Ballard, R G I town lot 150 . Morgan, James 1 town lot Cates, Grant 30 acres land . . 110 Mathews. Nannie 1 town lot . . . Deering, James 60 acres land . 200 SO Mitchell, Mary 1 town lot . . . Gol Jen, Hardin 1 town lot . . . 400 100 Miller, Emma 1 town lot . . . . ( ag't V Reynolds Harrison, 50 Maxberry. Winnie 3 acres land . . h'rs, 62 acres land . 200 J 80 Parks. George Ann 1 town lot . . Honkins, Elizabeth 50 acres land 200 100 Rhodes, Leanna hrV, 1 town lot . Johnson, F - 27 acres land . . . 250 . Rhodes, Dave I town lot 100 Jones, Humphrey 135 acres land. 400 Rice, Geo ag't Sallie Jarman. one M 1 acre land . Kindred. Rube KIRKSVILLE, NO. 7. 350 . . . . 500 to n lot . . . Kinuanl, Dave 5 acicsland . . 50 . .: Bogie, A lex 2 acres land . 50 Rice, Belle ag't L Phelps hr's, one Lane, Mary E 5 acres land . . . 250 100 250 Covington, John 4 acres land . . town lot 100 acres land :?00 Lewis, Je-si- e 100 400 Francis, Emanuel 2 acres land . Sheppard, Charlie 1 town lot Moore L M J 52 acres land 1,000 150 60 Miller, S.am 4 acres land . . . . Small wood, ( harlie 1 town lot . " Owens John 47 acres land 250 300 Richardson, Henry (n r) 1 town Pleas (n r) 1 town lot Tribble, Pigg, John 140 acres land 340 200 lot . . 300 Tribble, Harrv 1 town lot . . . . Pigg, Tom 20 acres land 50 100 . 150 Rops, Lucy 2 acres land . . . . Turner, Dan Jr , 1 town lot . Preston, R E ag't R Benge, one 200 300 Turner. Sam 6 acres land Tevis. Cahfiie town lot . town lot . 250 . 150 Tomlin, Harry 1 town lot MILLION, NO. 8. Phillips. Ann (nr) 1 town lot 250 150 Todd, James C (n r) 1 town lot . Raymonil,Wm (n r) 4 acres land 150 150 100 Broadduft. Robt 10 acres land . $ Taj lor, Frank 1 town lot - . I . . Ritter. W T 1 acre laud 250 300 Burton iz Boone Berry 30 acres Walker, Robert 1 town lot i Roe, James Sr.. 100 acres land . 300 400 land . 200 Walker, Owen 1 town lot Shockly. Tom IS acres of land . 50 100 Clark, Tom 6 acres land 1 town lot . . 200 Walker, Tom hr's, Shockly, E A 16 acres land . . 80 100 350 Mundy, Millie hr's 2 acres land . Nancy (n r) 1 town lot . Walker, Scott. Charlie 100 acres land . . 100 200 Washington, Nancy 1 town lot . 300 Schooler, Violet 12 acres land . . :500 Tankerslv, G W 30 awes land . 50 Turner Cash 8 acres land 400 White, Narcis 1 town lot Turpin, R E 40 acres laud 100 20 1 town lot . 150 Warren, Irvin 1 acre land . White, George Young, W S 1 town lot . . . . 050 J. P. SIMMONS. 350 Willis, Lizzie 1 town lot . . . . KIRKSVILLE, NO. 7. Ex Sheriff Madison County. 200 Willis, Edna 1 town lot Adams, Jack ad'mr S Ross, 100 350 Yntes, Maggie 1 town lot . . . . acres land $ 3,000 FOXTOWN, NO. 2. LOUIS L. LANDMAN, Campbell, T ( '. h'rs. 108 acres land 2,200 M. D.. Bently, Mary 8 acres land $ 150 Fowler, John M 17 acres land . 500 200 Chenault, Jim 5 acres laud . . . Gordon, Sain one aire ground . 50 Jones, Mi E K 15 :550 Cheuuult, Charlie (nrj.8 acres of land. 100 land Jones., Mrs E K 1 lown lot 500 503 West Ninth Street, 50 No. be at the Qlyndon Hotel, Cincinnati. Ohio, Chenault, Wyatt 4 acres land . . 1 town lot . . . Keene, Zena will 250 Richmond, Ky., 200 Ledford, Jehsie 50 acres land . . 860 tangford, Minerva 4 acres land. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9th, 1897, 400 Preston, D A 1 acre land . . 100 Moore, Jim 19 acres land returning every second Wednesday of each 100 month. Oldham, Dona hr's, 5 acres land. adjusted to all persons of Ross, Alex 26 acres land . . . . 350 feb!6-lat popular prices 1C0 . Turner. N B 1 acre land 150 Phelps, Waller 2 acres land . . 15 acres land 250 250 Shackelford Millard Walker, Nancy 25 acres land . mado ea"7 IlanufactnTinsr 50 Smith, Scott 3 acres land Huibcr Ltaaf 3. Scml tzr MILLION. NO. 8. I'iIks Lict cr Oc.Sts to SO . I Taylor, Sam 3 acres land Agee, Ambrose 4 acres of land . Co., 121 30 J. 1 V7 Do-aE Fnyctto Sl, EaltJeore, UNION NO. 3. . Agee, Sarah A 22 acres laud 250 Md., U.S.A. Catalogue free. S- Baker, Mary 1 town lot 60 120 Covington, Robt 1 acre land Berryman. Sam T 90 acres land 150 900 Roberson, Mary 25 acres land Burton Wiley 1J F 15 acres land 100 150 Shirley, Miranda 1 acre land . . Burton, Woodford hr's. 20 acre.--, ELLISTON.NO. 4. land 120 Covington. 50 Howard 4 acres laud . riiave rented for 183S the several houses adBurton, Elizabeth 5 acrs land . 100 70 vertised by me last December, but have now Chambers, Willis 1 acre land . . . 3urruss, Lydia 59 acres land 500 cottages, veil four or fivd 100 and equipped other nice easy terms. located Chenault, Jennie 7 acres land . for sale on Call at Coais, Rebecca hr's 24 acres Tand. 300 my office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, . 50 Davis, Moses 3 acres land with Stephen D. Parrish,Attomey-at-Law- . Foh ler. Clay 100 acres land . . 600 100 Ellis, Dan 24 acres land FLORIDA H. PARRISH, Fowler, Mary E 20 acres land 300 Kf till, John 3 acres land 50 an26-t- f Attorney and Agent. Gully, John (n r) 18 acres land . 150 100 Estill, Charlie 30 acres land . . Gully, Allen 19 acres land . . . 150 200 Fields, Ben 1 acre land Kelly, Je-sir.. 3 acres land . 100 200 Green, Haden 1 acie land . . . Kelly, J W P gd'n V Smithhart, I. 400 Harris, Wm 3 acres land 42 acres land 400 2 acres land 50 Harris, John Time Table No. 31 Taking Effect SunKelly, Bettie 11 acres land . . . 150 200 Harris, Martha hr's 30 acres land Kelly, Nancy 8 acres land 100 day, December 5, 1896. Moore, Jim 10 acres land . . 150 Lowry. Thersa 55 acres land . . 500 Mayo, Land en 1 acre land. 1st Class. 2d Class. 50 Lowry. James H 5 acres land . 120 EAST BOUND. No. 1 No 3 No. 9 , YATE-5Ex Sun Ex Sun ExSunl NO. 5. 50 Lowry, Wm Jr. 3 acres land . . Richardson, Abe C 13 acres land. 150 Broaddus, Jennie 1 acre land . $ A.M. P.M. A.M. 50 10 22 6 52 5 25 Versailles 50 Blythe, David 22 acres land . . Richardson. Clell 1 acre land . 11 02 6 48 150 Nicholasvilli) 735 11 26 Valley View 8 00 820 Roberts, Lucinda 30 acres land . 250 Campbell, Aaron 1 acre land . . 50 Million 11 41 8 13 850 Sanders. Alice 30 acres land . . 11 53 200 Dunson, George 2 acres land . . 9 15 830 50 Richmond.. P. M. Sanders, Giles hr's, (n r) 75 acres 12 13 10 00 200 Union.. . Dillingham, Irve 56 acres land . 12 ie 10 05 Moberley.. . land 700 Kavanaugh, Arch 4 acres land . 50 BrassSefd. 12 30 10 25 Simpson, Dan 10 acres land . . 12 35 00 Parks, Hannibal 20 acres land . 10 40 250 Panola 1 05 11 35 Irvine. ... Emhry, Ben hr's, 1 town lot . . . Embry, Humphrey hr's 1 town lot 50 Estill, Robt (n r) 1 town lot . . . 50 Francis, Ed 1 town lot 100 Fife, Sarah 1 town lot 50 Gibbs, Mary 1 town lot 150 Irvine, Sallie 2 town lots 50 Irvine, Mariah hr'e, 1 town lot .' 500 Irvine, Joe 1 town lot . . 50 Kirby, John 100 Moss, Millie 1 town lot . . 400 Miller, Martha J 1 town lot 150 Miller. Harrison 1 town lot . . . 50 Miller, H gd'r Lucy Miller 6 acres land Miller, Caroline & Lucrecia, one .... 250 200 100 200 200 200 250 100 700 200 300 500 400 500 300 ... ... lvi . . Crigler, Wm 1 acre laud . Denham, Joe (n r) 14 acres land. Francis, Sam 3 acres land Goodloc, George 1 acre land . . . Herd, Wm 5 acres land Ingram, Phil 3 acres land . . . . Logan. Elijah 1 town lot . McKee, Jerry 1 town lot Miller, A, C 1 acre land . . Miller, Ike 1 acre land . Miller, Mary town lot. . Miller, Smith 4 acres land . . . Miller, Lena 1 town lot . . . . Parks, John F 4 acres land . . . Phelps, Annie (n r) 1 town lot . Reed, Turner 3 acres land . . 100 Rhodus, Richard 18 acres land Roes, Anderson 2 acres land . . 130 Scudder, Andj J 1 town lot . . 250 Tankerslv Ben 1 town lot 100 Walker, John 1 acre land . . . . 400 i Walker, Peter 10 acres land 200 Walker, Letcher 2 acres land 100 Walker, Irve 3 acres land . 500 White, Allen 2 acres land 050 j White, Iarkin 2 acres land . 200 . Walker, John 1 town lot . . .... ... ... ... 80 150 150 120 70 50 350 130 mm Tn'' Corset are almost mous terms all women cannot be beautiful in f,u-but the' can all improw their carriage and fnn ,i' appearance by weannjjt synony- Lady Cms. t to be had at B. W. T ner's. - O and sfcort. Mack, white aad drab. Ir medrom. long V fa j r )( J 50 150 200 100 200 50 250 100 100 150 300 250 80 1 aKvaua S(K.0T,tT., i.MswS Tpj P Ju ... and $2.00 me in Louisville. 7 .... ..... . . s kl 1 . .Jbo JBV ijazvosi ffiMft S Er.sw" ix. ....3fc Tix JK jilt -ch2-ni Sfi-- i rCZr f ioo'h.r f?tit. ' - telr SsS&S -i .f--- MaaaasMIMSOISS))'"''9" t -- 1 FARMERS! ' c zz?-- ;!!" e r I -- - a ... 1 .... .... yon need a Plow,f Harrow, f llOUIX'l Wannn nr nther n uj""! UU1U ( wmx siplwls 1 II ... ... I .... .... We are sole agents for the C jebrated Vulcan Chilled Plows, an -, In fact carry Jcomplete line of Hardware, feto-.IsTFarm Wagon Gurlng a Specialty. ITinware. Tin Rooting and i. lI !! 03 86 -- a ... ... ... ... ... rAYLOR..Bros. ..... ...J.. ,.....????r;;:i:iii.. .. . 2 I I2Z22222SS22S55S5 - a a a e 1 iaaeSSooeae99'Ce989esec3oaeaea9oee . - ! V. e r JTTER THiN AN i s A action ! I M i I y. .... Iwl -n ... Read This & B. P R. e. .... ... .... ... seping reauciun in onoes iu inaiu room for Sprng Goods. will sell slues during Eebruarv i"vci'n ii iregaraiess 01 jj& i . w is the time 1) buy a pair at least whether youineed them or not. This is Betteijthan an Auction. i t ' C1! J .. 1 . II A ... .... .... R. N. ne, Xo. 21. reemm ntos !:n 1 It 1 M it I w ii l jtjuKrgtiJ First St r PLOWS. The Over Chilled Plows, Thcx i. Colored LJst. . $ 1 Smith, Gloster 10 acres land Tribble, Wm 20 acres land White, Marian 5 acres land GLADE, NO. 6. ... . . . . 100 150 100 I lQ tl i WEST BOUND. "NoTT TfoTT No. 8 No. 10 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Wilcox, Tom 50 acres land . YATES, NO. 5. Allen, James S 30 acres land . . 300 . $ . . 200 Abrams, Martin 10 acres land Bishop, George 175 acres land Burns, Wm 26 acres land . Coyle, Hardin GO acres land . 50 1,700 300 450 50 . Cornelison, f&fi&Fvik . Robt 6 acres land . . . lot town lot . Blythe, Sol 1 town lot Burgin, Martha hr's, 1 town lot . Carmichael, Fannie 1 town lot . Cobb, Wm 1 town lot Cruther, George 1 town lot . . . Cornelison, Ed 1 town lot . Duncan, Annie 1 town lot Blythe, Bettie ... .... ... 250 200 700 600 100 350 600 100 300 200 750 Ballard, Monroe 1 town lot . . $ . Ballard.EIzira 1 town lot Bogie, Lucinda 20 acres land . . Blythe, Charlie 4 acres land . . Blythe, Sid 1 acre laud Blythe, Eliza 25 acres land Bennett, Marj A 20 acres land... Burnam, Alex 2 acres land Burnam, Jim 6 acres land . . . Campbell, Green I acre land . . Irvine Pacola 130 250 200 200 200 200 300 A.M. P.M. 25 50 1 55 1 1 P.M. A. M 1155 1 C5 ... ... ... BrassSeld. Moberley Union Richmond.. ... Million Valley View. Nicholasville Versailles 6 05 6 20 209 2 12 225 3 10 1 20 1 45 ... 631 325 858 350 4 40 750 635 pTmt; P.M. pTm. aI'mT All trains connect with Louisville Southern to and from 70 trainstrains connectLouisville. O. AU with C. N. &T.P. trains 300 to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. 150 W. H. AD.A3IS, Superintendent. T5 3 llv Roc MoIrA JLFvOL . llltilivt" aeaflL. If lae m 50 4 15 5 00 - a WE HAVE TE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORED sfTOCK OF low Gear 31 the Market GOLLAESj - Of PERSONAL, Rev. J. P. MacMillan is visiting Danville. Rev. I. B. Timberlake is visiting in Versailles. Judge P. H. Sullivan was in Lexington Saturday. Hon. J. Tevis Cobb went to Frankfort yesterday. Mr. Thos. Covington was in Rice S"tation last week. Miss Sallie Tevis is visiting relatives in Clark county. Miss Belle Bennett returned Saturday from Nashville. Mr. Thos. Vaughn was down from TintT'EElCUtlUg'H. Certain Novelties millinary. She will brinp an accomplished trimmer to Richmond. ueauiiiuuiinrui'b jri l H - The new goods are coming faster tl an can be mentioned. Many that deserve a prominent place here are crowded out and have to go unheralded antl unsung. We would call your particular attention to our wall paper stock this season. It is a superb line, exclusive patterns, original ideas. The designers are creaNew, tors of styles, not followers. striking, tasteful, and prices below that demanded for inferior goods. Just look over our line, or such parts as will interest vou, and we are sure you will Irvine yesterday. agree with us as to its merits. Mr. J. H. Neff returned from New Yoik City Saturday, Mr. J. Len Ballard is confined to show 50 patterns that need but his room with la grippeWe to he sseu to insure us a sale. All Miss Kathleen i'oyntz is visiting shades, all designs to suit any room, relatives in Mt. Sterling. from the attic to the cellar. A. J. Thorp was down from Winston yesterday. Mr. Sam Hughes, of Frankfort, was Catchy, Frenchy florals and stripes in. with C. U. friends last week. . the new tones of Green, Red and Bhn.-Mr. and Mrs. Jno. D. Harris returned from a visit to Frankfort Friday. Mies Sallie Tevis was visiting rela A few special stripes in silk effects, tives in Chilesburg last Tuesday. with or without the frieze, with mouldAttorney Grant E. Lilly and D. H. ings to match. They hang as beautiful Myers were in Irvine Wednesday. as a real Eilk fabric Mr. E. V. Elder is in New York purchasing his spring stock of goods. Misses Eetell Walker and Bessie M. Beautifnl Ingrains with large floral Dudley went to Cinciunat last Saturborders and ceiling. day. Mr. S. V. Rowland, of Danville, is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. S. B, The most exquisite line of English White. Ch'u.tz and floral designs. Miss Etta Taylor, of Pine Grove, is visiting Mies Elizabeth Taylor on SecA remnant lot of room mouldings at ond Street. 2c a foot to close each pattern. Bring Miss Mary and Mable Miles, of Madmeasure of room and get a chance at ison Institute, have returned from these. They will only last a few days. Lexington. Mrs. W. "W. Williamson' of Carlisle, is visiting her parenta,Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Lackey. 'Mr. Everett Witt was the guest of "SttSc Ex-Jud- ge 1 Vc Mr. H. M. Blanton, of Jtichmond. who has been the guest of Mr. W. H. Escott and family, returns to Louisville this morning. Shelby News. Mrs. S. M. Logan returned to yesterday, willing with true womanly devotion, to run the risk of small-po- x to be with her husband. Stanford Journal. Messrs N. V. White and Kobert E. Little attended the hop by the Chasse de Fes at Danville Inst Tuesday. It was one of the swellest hops in the Blue Grass this year. Miss Van Greenleaf, of Richmond, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Emma Kauff- Miss Alberta Anderson was man from the Richmond college at home several days this week. London Record. Miss Maltie Shifflet and her nephew, from Mhfiouri, and Miss Emma Rice, attended'the wooden wedding of Mr. and Mis. Brutus Gum, of Blue Banks, Mid-dlesboro Rev. J. Robert Boatman preached at Cotbin on Sunday, and at Eminence the Sunday before. TJucle ,loe Hopper is holding a protracted meeting at the. First Presbyter ian Church which is largely attended and much interest manifested. Mr. James M. Cornelison, agraduato of C. U., now a student of the Danville Theological Seminary, will conduct the services at the Second Presbyterian Church, on Sunday evening next at 7o'clock. He has just returned from the convention of the Students Volenteer Movement at Cleveland, and is competent to discuss that truly great organized christian movement. Mr. Cornelison is a native of this place and the young men especially should ner MrT"WIfiteis consiciereu oiih oi the best saddle and harness makers in Richmond. Here's success to the new firm. Alex Pence Kills Jim Smith. jarnettc; Mrs. Thos. Marshall, Mrs. attend. On Wednesday last Alex Pence, a well known resident of Boone, near the Kentucky river on the K. C. railroad, inilicted injuries upon James Smith, a young white man trom Estill, that resulted in his death. It is charged by Pence that Smith was too familiar with Pence's young wife. He the young man repeatedly on the head with the hilt of a pistol fracturing his sKuii ana causing ueain wun in a iew hours. At Pence's examing trial Monday he was held over in $1,500 bond, which he gave, and he was released. struck last Tuesday. A delightful dinner was spread. Mrs. George T. Farris lias returned from Frankfort delighted with the trip No wonder her husband is votingright in the Seiiate as he has been under her instructions, and he knows better than to violate them. Lancaster cor. Stanford X. sojourn in Washington at the Congress of )). A. Ii. went to Annapolis, Md., to be the guest of Lieutenant and Mrs. Carlo B. Brittiin, nee Miss MaMiss Phelps will atmie Baldwin. tend a large reception given by Col. John HooeRuBsell and cousin at Huntington V. Va. One of the best and most ingenious take-of- fs Miss Minva Park Phelps, after her Journal. Lexington Kentucky. ! The Francis Willard memorial meetBroaddcs-Harve- y. Mr. John ing at the Christian Church Sundav Broaddus aifd Miss Lillie Harvey, of BANK REPORTS. CTRAVED likely towards Richmond a gool evening, held under the auspices oi siieit Tates Creek, were married Thursday Dok; some white of the Woman's Christian Temperance ureasi; long, Drusn uui; headac THE CONDITION by O. J. Young. Union, was in several respects a re- REPORT OF National Bank. No. OF THE has a sulky appearance, snort,athick sqnallir ifoc! Crop asd.'Fariimg IruDlements! and bic. at markable one. Ninety percent, of Richmond, In the State ot Kentucky, 1790, the mouth t'hile running. Liberal reward tor hi at j. n. LUiWilXUtiAM, iriurn. t those who came simply to be enter- close ot business, February 18, 1833. afn sold thfsrm nn ,k.v t it t w i mcha-iAusterUtz, Ky. ex! tithe highest idder, about 10 o'clock" went away with their minds tained, uuica vi iuciuacau V.U ju.v,tBTt' I Toad' filled with serious thoughts and their RESOURCES. LLIIH w w w .. m. b ntLl u y Fox. To the wife of John Fox, nee .1 .hm8 .by rf . . hearts stirred by new resolves. $309,213 23 discounts boy, a Miss Eva Phelps, a It was supposed that the elaborate Loans and eprnrpd and unsecured. 8.433 73 Small wiiges and no incumbrance. Address! W B ife fi n.roi.ift to secure really handsome little fellow. circulation wm. middleton? nsllflS musical program would constitute the U. S. Bonds to secure u.s. ueposiis. 60,000 00) va.wu uo Union City, Ky. Rouerts. To Mr. and Mrs. chief feature of the evening. How- U. S. Bonds 2,310 00 Btocks, securities, etc. Robers, of Riuhton.on February 2 iut jouoing persftal property, ever grand the music was, and it was Other real estate and mortgages 8,601 60 20, a fine boy. JWftld; l horse mule, 8 jearJ owned. the best heard in a church here in from National Banks (not Reyears, the other exercises were of even Dueserve agents) Bokn. To Mr. and Mrs. Miko - 4.921 45 1 l 'I'K.m . saddle colt. lXZliaZZ, 5&1 10 Buckly, a son. greater interest and gratification. Due trom State Banks and Bankers agents 32,037 60 approved reserve t!h?ii On the platform were seated Eev. Due fromother National Banks Dar. 62 head of sh- L. ScHLEGEii. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1,400 00 Notes of aKalnst T- - H' Karfmilch 5S to Schlegel are rejoicing over the arrival County. The Climax extends congrat- Dr. G. W. Young, Kev, Dr. W. R. Fractional paper currency, nickels 1 black ifiaFsMlSSS 50 60 tSLS'SLiS? . m,t?..th w and cents ulations and wishes the happy couple of a son, a twelve pounder. Lawful money reserve in bank, viz: 'Ricnmrt'-r- " L"tD2ffi?eL55& .8?me oAsJpig,. etc., 1 fine Pc.: a long and prosperous Hie. ' $18,000 00 Awarded Blact-and-T- MARRIED. BIRTHS. ten-pound Married in Irvine. gnr Turley; Mrs. Van liuren, xurs. j. i. Simmons; Mrs. Thomas Jefferson, Mrs. Robert Terrill; a Colonial Gentleman, N. B. Deatherage; Mrs'. Aaron Burr, Mrs. Sam P. Deatherage: The costumes were all of richest antique silks', powdered hair predominating everywhere. There was an exhibition of relics, such as lovely old coverlids, candlesticks, pictme8, etc. A piano of 17G4 was exhibited by the Misses Dejarrett; shown by an ancient, pewter tea-pMrs. Fountain Rice; a colonial mantel, Mrs. Thomas Thorpe; two pitchers, very old Mrs. Ann Shearer. Many other articles of unrecorded ago were exhibited. The affair was a great success in every particular. Five hundred were prei.ent or tried to get in the house and failed. ot .d- - JUa is 'that bo more feared, more easily cured, less universal than it is now. So, those who wish to be cured, take Shaker Digestive Cordial, because itgoes to the root of the trouble as no other medicine does. The pure, harmless, curative herbs and plants, of which it N composed, are what render it so certain and, at the same time, eo gentle a cure. It helps and strenthens the btomach, pnrifieBand tones up the system. it is so little understood. If it were better understood, it would umiK-- "' EJTrtJ IB! BAGKBAfDS, Tracechaiii Barnes Single & pullle-trees. BS Mil jagg J L iffl :psjgMp MMllH I BJliiAril Succors tc aiactellord & Centrv. IJVIOND. K 'I .life Sold by druggists, price $1.00 per bottle. 10 cents to ' It he Sweet Pea Seed. To introduce our flower seed, we six papers choice sweet pea seed, assorted colors for 23c. will send postpaid, HONAKER sfrSMrSJafSl sMsiMsfjlJlfllafgJEglg !i!fiii!i Era-mit- te The marriage of County Attorney Lenard A. West and Miss Mamie Hume, announcement of which appeared in the Climax last week, was beautifully solemnized at the home of the bride's parents.in Irvine, Wednesday, Rev. Allen, of the Methodist church officiated. A large number of friends and relations witnessed the happy evening, which was followed by a handsome reception. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mis. P. L. Hume and a niece of Mayor Claude Smith, of this city. She is an acknowledge favorite in Irvine society and a talented young lany. Mr. west is a son of Tliomos West and a promising vounsr man. having recently been elected County Attorney of Estill The Greatest Meeting Held Here in Years. THE FLORIST. Fox Hound Lost. PUBLIC SALE WANIED! 1 r ;- Notice to Creditors STT; orsameTriilhi Mfrt Vi - 1 ::'.;. kh ill, ii, to-w- lt 1 - DEATHS. Woon. At his home, near Speedwell, Saturday night, H. L. Wood, of consumption, aged forty years. FulIjILOVE. At his. homo near C,F,Brower& Lexington, Ky l his'brother, MM. Supt-'- S. Witt, at WinCo j! time was Harrigee's parody in the Danville Advocate on Shakespear wiih Clarence(E. "Woods, Tut Burnam and Stevp Wtjite of Richmond, the dramatis peiBonse and the removal of the -f collector'!! office the causus ord Journal. belli.-Stan- ihat we have seen in a long ston last week. , 5,' 'L Bitet h reirl '. ' . hr CoL Joo J". Brooks came down from doubtless to see CyBthiaaail wk, ' 1! jt , Ruthtbn, Thursday morning, Brutus years. J. Fullilove, aged sixty-liv-e Hale. Mrs. Jesse Halo died at her ttmr Hn home, near White Hall, Saturday night, aged thirty years. .Interment in Rich moud cemetery Monday Morning, Canady At the residence"of his Wm. B. Wells, near Union city, Saturday, February l!)th, Anderson Canady, of scrofula, age Seventy-seve- n years. seal I Notary PWic Todd Lucilo Todd, the six'year-ol- d adopted daughter of MrJaml Mrs. O. T. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken iaferBally WeilS, (lieu ul luuercuiUBio ujgiiimkiiio, and acts directly on the blood and. rviOST PERFECT, MADE. for. ou Friday. Funeral at & r. Wells' Borface of the 'systwB, " 's A pure Grape Geam of Tartar Pow&r. " " in the testimonial, 'free. dence on Saturday and Richmond cemetery.. !" F. J.Chskky & Co:v Toledo, O wm Ammonia, Atom or any ocwr: ,., wm-iby Dtuaawts, 40 YSARS THE tTAMMfBt death Rjuo.Mt, Sterling m mx the boii-in-la- w, State Ohio. City of Toledo. ) ) Lucus County, Fkask J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co , doing business in the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pav the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catabiui that' cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catakuu Cube. Fkank J. Ciieeey. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. , , A. W. GLKA60N ok Highest Honors BR; World's Fair, Specie - notes 5,000 00 21,000 Redemption fund with U. S. Treas'r 2,250 cent, of circulation) (5 per Legal-tend- lll jr fffiSS J CO 00 37 wj. -i- n ,r.';""."uc"ti fuZXtZ.. 't?.VJ" anu selue at om uoa wagon, bvmj oatv .uis. -- ;r.;rr- - a,," Total $515,765 CREAM LIABILITIES. $200,000 . Capital stock paid in 40,000 8urplus fund nroflts. less expenses and Undivided . 7.489 taxes jaid . 45,000 National Bank notes outstanding 1,151 Due to Stote Banks and Bankers. individual deposits subject to check. 143,808 .. I.. ?... anrtalta QU Deposits of U. S. dLsbursing officers. 2,398 febl5- -t r1. tarkeys. etc. Farm.n? "ipiementa. coiWflns of 1 com n'anter 1 gear I alt kinds, etc . 1 sleci 1 ewuisc harrowj 2kltivators and plows of aJ uus, i poaa scratr, l cutting box, mower, sTmnitfiisrsicosrisY, y rake, 1 set M Cable liinpn isnmd n . A w. CW.l rmewn f.A.Ld Aiigne of T. H. Karr "",' ."i? " .... - 00 00 97 1 09 47 58 CO Notice to Creditors famerons toa nieutii. under so credHjutil All Ot Of Brood1 tirnntfeAa. .A n,t... ,.: ,nn $10 cash, over that 1S99 without interest. BAhlNfi O.UIUI mu-co- reei-buri- al -- Ssi m mmn -. STATE OF KENTUCKY, Coostt of Madison, J " d !,CD.COTKAUi.T,Caahler of the bank, do BOiemmy swear tnat me aoove siaie- - l ment is true to the best of my knowledge and i Q. D. CHKKAUl, Cashier. belief. SaWribed and sworn to before me tU J8th 1888. Bob. R. Bobnam, dy 6f February above-name- ..r,, -.- - M,fW r: 8 M .d Kj.SSIi?2?5 aSHiost Mrs. T. (I l rsr.'rnt Smith. oeeefSJi"4" Jr.. presat th blrre?K j? Sovt.KS.ceVMocV. w 1 Jtel24 lIIM.rf"'17, see tvSi or "" bmh-i..- !0, i M ce to Creditors Asada Ii Estr " "- Hog! JOE BUSH. -- tot Mr Conaaax Attest; - ' jj jfit4 urn - Jwok mv h ffikLJ-?FI'-H. . j7 JZ."iZr y. , J.A Jlek spotte,! fcr came to my place, on seet, abeWABBary 15, and has since ie by e, CiercaH aave same by call-- "tj -,- ,,3"-"' MfMSMl -- ,. c il.l'.. iaiia Wt&wiriBW'iZ? o"i . W. SVCTOKt, jfamA ""Ll" . oeci U,daii; fM.tf jwyfCaiBuges. w 5 " CSTION. g-- - 9 -- &&$)? "wrCTSass? f ! The Richmond Climax. (SfgMTSIsjSlE(SIpIsrS frIlMMMEMtEEMlEl PUBLISHED rvEKY WSDNKSDAT BT fiaTS Is raMwrHraysrairEinrSJli liEsiraiJERyErailMraJlsraJiianyJsifr netU3IrsE.-i- ll $r8fe "ViVve, Vmefveau The Climax Printing Go. CMIUtT' Proprietors and Editors. C E. HVODS. Associate Editor. -- m mm eU TT T ! & -- " -- p - lbeau and the American - Lady CORRESPONDENCE. PRICE PER YEAR, -- $1.50. - 1S98. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 2, m SSI Pal ' t A " -- Mr. ii I It is estimated tbat should the necessity of war require the entire fighting strength of the nation, not less than 10,415,601 men could he put into the field within a month's time. l, Whex the Register, the Times and Post agree that the Goe-bElection Bill is undemocratic that settles it. They are all buch pood DemoCourier-Journael lat week. J. Rev. Ashby Jones Called to Richmond. the West. Todd of Rev. Ashby Jones, formerly pastor The infant son of Mr. Bud Speedwell, was badly burned, but is of the Baptist church, in this city, KINGSTON. where he met and married Miss May thought to be slowly improving. Turner, the beautiful and accomplished V. llerudon leturned home Certainly Clever. laughter of of Mr. and Mrs. Charles In Lrtinglon. t' '", -- ' rVSi 'wtViW f Columbus O. Dispatch. crats. (lH Pkosfeuity seems to have struck some portions of the country, or at least some individuals, when Car negie's man Frick canpayaeoolSlOO,-00- 0 for a picture. He is said to have paid that sum for the French picture "Christ Breaking Bread." A picture of Frick stealing hread from honest workmen to enable him to do anything so foolish as this purchase, might not bring so high a figure, but it could be made decidedly more realistic than one painted purely from imagination. Stanford Journal. Ik the course of a personal letter to Judge Pryor, Mr. Bronston, in announcing that he will not be a candiA i I I ill ill IjH Bp We I largest a'lrx. 1 flip Ml pB BJ iii lip ibm II MP m Preaching Sunday, at Mr. Ziou, by Bro. Reynolds. Jhsper Maupin won first honor in declamatory contest here, Friday night. Speed McKehan, of Bearwallow, sold his saw mill to Sylvester Bicknell and sons. Little Emma Witt drew the hand some silk quilt at the entertainment, at Berea, gien by the "Indies Aid Society," at bro. Mu.Murry's churcn, Friday night. Mis. Dr. Hurst beautifully entertained at her home a Felect party of friends Saturday evening. Mrs. Ollie Terril leturned to her home at Paint Lick, Monday. Mr. Kdna Maupin is recovering from a spell of sickness More than Thit, Superbly Gifted in WACO. Mr. children participated m theeiiterttan day in Biciimoud. inentatthe Great Southern Tiieatra, Miss Emma Wagers, of Station Camp, and the performance, coveruing two J. Walker Covington spent Sun- Song and Story Are Our Sons and Daughters in the Sparkling Cantata of the "Mystic Midgets" Given Last Evening for the Day Nursery Benefit. All that goes to the culture and education of our boys and Eirls is valuable. There is something more than book learning in the training of the mental and physical powers of the young the doinir. Columbus, in her ability to furnish public entertainments, holds a. proud iiosition. Many times during the past decade, our people have experienced pleasant surprises at the measure of nat:vo force it the drama and opera. Last night wo had the first demonstration of the captivating qualities of the little ones and rignt royally did the .Mystic Midgets win unstinted applause irom their elders. Aoou: one hundred l'ttle Captain J. Yarrington, who for a number of years lias conducted the Lakeview Green House three miles in the country, ha recently fitted up city headquaiters in the Opera House S. Turner, is now prcachingat Bards-tow- Building. Ky., in the largest Baptist "Lakeview" has, received a large church in Nelson county. The Louis- patronage in the past, and now that ville Post has this dispatch from she is represented in the city her busiRichmond, Va., in its issue of Feb ness will be largely increased. ruary 2.": Miss Anna Troupe, formerly with "The Rev. Meredith 'Ashby Jones, Bell, the florist, for Beven years, and pastor of the Baptist church at Bards-tow- an expert in her line of work, has sole Ky., and a son of the Rev. Dr. charge of the store and is preparedto J Williams Jones, the distinguised 6erve her friends and the public with Confederate chaplin, has beeu called fine plants and choice cut flowers of 1). n, I,eigh-streetchur- Corset are almost synonymous terms all women cannot be beautiful in fact-- , but they can all improve their carriage and gem-r.t- l appearance b- - wearing t,,.. American Lady Cow t to be had at B. W. T NER'S. Ir medfum. lonz v . Jf awl short. Mm-V- . white aad Hran. Jsl 1111 V''WU m -- Max&Uote MANAGER. No f f ! i : date for Congress, throws out a sug gestion of more than ordinary value to the Democrats of Kentucky, when he says: "Could I but speak for my native State, I would do her the high est honor by placing you in the exe cutive chair as but a modest expression of the obligation she owes to the spotless and patriotic life of a faithful and unselfish public servant." Party nescessity may yet force all person al candidates to disappear with their "claims," leaving the party free to name its strongest candidate. Louisville Post. in very much the same manner as are Individuals when placed under simi lar conditions. When an individual be comes indebted to a very great extent his conduct is directed b his creditor. Freedon of action is curtailed in proportion to the extent of indebtedness as compared with fixed and indestuct-ibl- e assets. The same is true of Nations. Just in proportion to a nation's indebtedness, to that extent it becomes enslaved to its The creditor realizes the jower and authority existing by virtue of the obligation, and in many cases prefers the power to enjoyment of the debt. But for thi creditor power the people of the United States would have long since recognized the belligerent rights of the patriotic Cubans. The treacherous Spaniards would never have blown up one of our magniGcent Battle Ships, and Cuba, long ere this, would have been free and independent. To all who want to know the truth it is plain that we are in the graep of the money power, and that grasp desires to continue to hold. This republic is fast becoineing enslaved by debt, and the creditors do not desire the debt paid in either gold or silver, simply from the fact that puuneiit would rob the creditors of their pou-e- as well as their interet-- t "We want the public debt paid. We are jit full sympathy with that party that advocate principals aud policies that will lead to a payment of the public debt just as promised and according to the letter of their promises. If this be done, we will continue to be the freeest and grandest nation on earth; if not the decay now begun will continue and the great masses will be slaves. Is it not time for the person with only modest means, with little ones around him that he loves to begin to study seriously his duty as a citizen? An honest concien-tiou- s reflection is sure to lead to the conclusion that a gold standard leads to slavery and degredation. r if pB pB Sjj &es Ul 7&Jb r Nations are controlled and swayed ill 'ill BTrl The " pB ""p Bfp BipBlJBlP The Goebel Bill, or mo the Enloe Bill, for the ed Louisville Dispatch original become a law! Speaking for the Demcratic party in thisc elected l.im, we respectfully our Representative, Hon. W and every other Democrat, the Bill ;to the last. We ar many reasons, none of whic will give to our party any ut tage But it will prevent th of crimes against our par weJe commuted m 1S9G, wl turns of a neighboring c witheld until it was know many votes were needed to Kinley in. It is not a "force bill;" it d terfere with 'local self govei does not increase the oppc corrupting the ballot, Re and read the Louisville J)i ablest exponent of our pari your ideas from Democra The law is not to encout stop stealing elections. The election officers art pointed by three each county instead of one i the election officers are to bejween the political partici will have honest instead o dlections, and so that evt party will receive the ber votps actually cast for it by An effort has been made t people believe that it affe tions for office. Of course cians and newspaper assail that it has nothing whateve nominations for office, but r people do not. They will'h lepra its terms and its tru and when they do the act w itself. -- Ml pB Bfjgl BfflBpBfpBrin is visiting Mrs I. M Scrivener. Mr. Mona Wallace, who has been confined to her bed with la grip for the past ten days, is improving. Mrs. A irin Hisle, who has been on the sick list for some wetks, has recovered sullicieutlv to he up and about the house. Hon. W. W. Combs, Madison's popular, fiery Representative was mingling with friendb here Sunday. Miss Mattie Bupard is in Kicliiuoiid with hersister, Mrs John Rupard, of North street, who in very ill. Mr. Thomas Piyor, from Iowa, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Win. Jennings. Last Friday afternoon while returning from school Miss Bessie Alexander's horse became frightened, ran off and threw her, dislocating a shoulder and fractured the collar bone. At present the young hub is resting easy and her many friends hope to see her out in a short time. The funeral and huiial service of Mrs. Eliza Norris, wife of the late Hamilton .Norris, took place at her home near College Hill yesterday. I houis, was a revelation a womlerous exhibition of hign art. The cantata of the M sttc Midgets is a pretty stoi y, abounding in dramatic situations, catchy music, ounces and marches Tlie ituthor has possibly draw in on his imagination a trifle, but there is nothing of the piueiy impoi'ile from the opei.mg "on Hie Isle of Flower" to the Wlarcn of the Nations " The stage groupings are very aitistio and umier a calcium light the fancies ot Fairyland are apparent A child holds the world captive. No stronger appeal can come io any tinman heart tlian the pleadiitig of a little to, of six sum mers. Multiply tlie single effort by singing, whirling, half a hun-iregesturing white-robe- d tarries and one sits entianced under tlie magic spell, his whole soul in complete unison with the thought p.esented in song ahdston. It is a blessed opportunity, so seldom met with m this life. 'llie eiitertaiuinent irom btart to finish was most meritorious and ro- fleeted jredit not only upon Mr Decker, the manager, but u,on the good women who has assisted in the production. A world, of patience ami no time were bestowed upon tlie children aud tne results aie certainly .Mr R. U. Engle, who was hurt some- gratiiymg irom an artistic standpoint time ago, has recovered aud will beablo and financially Will appear in Richmond March, 11. to attend to business in a lew days. to the postorate of of this city. The action was taken at ' the general meeting of the church, whicli is one 'f the largest in the South, with nearly 1,000 members, and was practically unanimous. The brilliant young minister was the unanimous choice of the nominating committee and though the names of Dr. Broadus, of Bristol, and the Rev. Dr. A. B. Dunavvay were presented by bv special admirers the reort of the committee was adopted with practically no opposition. "The Rev. Mr Jones comes of a family of preachers, having, besides his father fout brothers in the ministry, lie is twenty-nin- e years old, a native of Lexington, this State, and spent his boyhood in Itichm md. He intended entering law, but while living in Atlanta, where his father was located as Secretaty of the Houe Mission Board, under the influence of a sermon by his older brother, Dr. Carter Helm Jones, he determined to enter the ministry. He has had a suc" cessful three years' pastorate at Bards-town.- the season. Designs and decorations a specialty. Lexington Leader. Mrs. Dr. L. J. Frazee. of this the above House and will furnish the finest flowers ever shown in Richmond, and at the lowest prices. Decorations, house plants and funeral designs n specially. Orders left at Mrs Frazee's or the Climax office tf will receive prompt attention. The ts Best $2.00 and $2.00 Home in Louisville. 6 0 V3 & W&k ch2-'- m collegeIull. The school bociety at this place met Friday night with an interesiing program, which everyone seemed o enjoy. Died, at near here, her resiienc-Sundamorning Mrs. Eliza Noiris, widow of the deceased Hamilton Norris. Funeral service conducted bv J. R lower. Miss Florence Lyk'uu is visiting her sister, Mrs. George Webber Miss Mattie Fast, of Doylesville, visiting Anna Fugle, Sunday. 1 NEW YORK FASHIONS. Nev ro.v passeuieiiteiies are very light-weight nar- - y Tlieskiitsof silk and woolen gowns are fliiliiced. Double faced satin and taffeta ribbons are used for sashes. Tlie sleeves of the newest shirt waists are moderately small The tailor-mad- e coat and skirt costume holds its own. m ys first-clas- s CF.Brower&Co Main and Broadway. '! " "A it PERSONS Certain Novelties Rev. The various styles of dress skirt in vogue may require bustles. Fichu are exceedingly fashionable. Beautiful seipiined nets are very popThe Todd Bros, continue to do a ular, especially for dinner and theatre good business here. gowns. Nannie B., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. or daintier or more Nothing is Jas. B. Evans, died at her home near comfortable for evening wear, than a Brassfield. Thursday, February 10, age 21 years. After a painful and lingering white lace li &G. corset. new embroidered net flounces are of many months, during which ' The illness practically entire skirts, exquisitely cut time her life was a marvel of suffering shaped. They merely require the and patience, and she gave up all the and back seam to be sewn. life and resigned bottom hem and pleasures of her young t The made toque reigns regnant in herself to what she knew would soon milliliarj. be her fate, but if "to wait is the secret t Elderly ladies should select the reof success," we feel that Nannie has heavier and more stately materials al ceived her reward. ways, for gowning. Dearest one we have laid Thee, The newest imported costumes shown Taylor's are trimmed with at Lord In the peaceful grave's embrace; quantities of silk gimps and beaded and But thy memory will be cherished, spangled passementeries. Till we see thy Heavenlv face. Small and dainty designs prevail in Large was her bounty and her soul embroidery The saslies that young girls wear with sincere: sample evening gowns, Heaven died a recompense as largely their the pottoin of the skirt. reach nearly to send Bangs are emphatically out of fashShe gave to misery all she had, a tear; ion. Women never wore their hair in She gained from Heaveu.allshe wished, prettier ways than those present fashion dictates. A loving Friend. a friend. Some unique shapes are noted in the Mr. David Martin is quite ill, at his new Spring straws. Nearly all the new shirt waists are home near this place. cut with yoke back. A number of young men left this Very broad stripes appear in'new silk place Iat week to try their fortunes in patterns for Spring. BEASSEIELD pr-tti- er -- t 0. a. It. Congress. The Seventh Animal Congress of the I). A R. just closed in Washington, was the largest and most successful in every ever held by this organigatiou. 2:,000 members are now enrolled. There were about a score of delegates present from Kentucky, among whom Richmond was represented by Mrs. C D. Chenault, Regent, and Miss Minva Park Pnilps, Cor. Sec. of the Boones-b.jr- o chapter, and Miss Sallie of the Madison county chapter. The two principal events were the elec tioii of a President Ueneral and the rejection of the proposed amendment restricting the numlier of national delegates to the Congres-- , to only one delegate lor every lot) members ot a chapInsurance in the popular Hurst ter. This was overwhelmingly defeated Home Ins. Co., may be had by writ- and instead the rule adopted was that ing county agent J. W, Chanev Berea, eacli chapter shall be entitled to oue or enquire at Freeman Bro. Richmond. delegate, and oue additional delegate for tf 50 members, and a third delegate for 200 members. For each additional 200 Professor Andrews, The Famous Bimetallist ' members a chapter shall have 1 to Lecture Here It u reported t!liU lVofessor ,je.i The election of President Ueneral rejalllin An(lrews, President of Brown sulted in the overwhelming choice of UlliVersitv, N to lectureatthe Univer- sity chapel on Thursday, March 17. Mrs. Daniel Manning, of New York. Mrs. Maxwell, State Regent for ,His subject will he "Uener.il Robert E. Lee." Brof. Anderson' it will be re- Kentucky, was the handsomest State membered, was deposed from the Begeiit iu the Congress. Senator audMrs Win. Lindsay gave Presidency of Brown University last vear on account of his views upon the to the Kentucky delegation a handsome dinner. Congressman Evans subject of Bimetallism. His writings and daughter also gave the Kentucky and speeches were too much for the lordly gang up east who endow col- ladies a reception. The Vngiuia delegation did great leges to teach views in harmony with honor to the incoming and outgoing Anheir own, politically speaking. drews diilered from the Board of Ci Presidents Ueneral, Mrs. Adlai Steven-sol- i and Mrs. Manning, by giving a rators on the liberty of speeh, and was to ttiem. In this swell function He promptly requested to resign. the Kentucky delegation enjoyed the did so, and the whole country debated the question of the right or propriety undivided honor of assisting tlie Virginof a University to restrict or restrain ians in receiving. Among other receptions attended by the teaching of ideas, just because the Bichmond delegates were those by they were not in harmony with iti Lil, own The result of the episode is well President McKiuley. by Public indignation was so by the New York delegates, and the reknown. great and tlie protests of the alumni so ception given al tlie Arlington Hotel by emphatic that Prbfessor Andrews was the National chapter, at whicn 7,000 induced to reconsider his resignation. Sons and Daughters of the Revalutiou He fiinally did sound all is now serene, were presented. Mrs. Chenault w.is the recipient of except that the incident furnished an illustrious example of the failure of distinguished courtesies from Supreme a corporation to muzzle a man's con- Court Judge Edward White and wife, of Mm- - Chenault's uncle, victions. "Perish learning but pie a serve the legacies," is the motto or the late Senator Randall Gibson of the school which owes its greatest Loiiisana. She was also invited by her fame to the President who nobly dis- cousin, Capt. Barrington West, to witdains to promise servile silence as the ness the great military, parade at Ft. price of his position. New England Myer. and also to visit General and Mrs. culture did not shiue too brightly in Bergland at Baltimore, but was compelled the old Abolition days but one would to decline these and other invitations. The Washington Post says: "Among think that there college authorities the delegates to the D. A. R convenought by this time to have learned the lesson of tolerance, albeit the elemen- tion are Mrs. C. D. Chenault, Regent, tary principals of patriotism are so and Miss Minva P. Phelps, Secretary, Chapter, Richmond, Ky. evidently absent whenever any in- of Boonesboroladies are of distinguished Both these question is presented for revolutionary ancestry. Miss Phelps is ternational their consideration. a descendant of the Taylor and Byrd If Bryan is nominated for President, families, of Virginia, and also the Cobb who in 1900 he will owe a debt of gratitude family, of Georgia. Mrs. Chenault, Gibis a niece of bonatcr Randall L. to Brown University, among other of son, of Louisana, so well known in Washington? is a his illadvised enemies. Aside from this boing a one of the daughter of Col. Nathaniel Hart, who was killed at Boonesboro, in 1777, by an foremost educators of the age. and a Indian warrior, and she has in her posMon- session his commission as Captain in delegate to the etary Confreence, his subject, Robert E. the colonial wars. Another of her Capt. John Lee, should attract a large audience was killed by an Indian squaw when ho comes to .Richmond. in Col. Crawford's unfortunate expediYou can find nice shoulder meat at tion. The Boonesboro Chapter, D. A. II., are engaged in the laudable enter- E. Deatherage & Co , at 6 cents per of erecting a monument at Boones-ortf pound. the first settlement in Kentucky." w-i- ne & !!!!I7tIi jjjjjj tt.. A m o o 8 6 8 0a.. ) F ARM E R S Bur-na- m 0O.. Do you need a Plow.fj r1 A Harrow, A Corn Planter, A Wagon, or other Vulcan Chilled Plows, an' We are sole agents for the Olds Farm Wagon I a fact carry eonpete line of Hardware, bu v and Tinware. Tin RooftazandGuirlnga Specialty. Oflet o v s? TAYLOR.. Bros. ................ j.. ............. ..r l . .1..-I-. esaaaesseisocseveaasoeessseeaoseaaaaoaeoo dele-gal- e. i ft BETTED THIN AN hit I I cl i . I j .ft --v -- viUU n!!ill!lJIUjJIS!ilS!JU aA a 9 - 8 -- o e 8 03 ee A a 8 tiiittaBtittititiitiiaiogii t. bS: it i ssJ4 action I S -- m INl a jj B a, n Sweeping reductiai in Shoes to make room for Sprng Goods. We will sell shtes dnrino "Ffihrnnr ' n 11 nrn regardless ot JUfc l . Now is tlie time 1) buy a pair at least whether you' need them or not. This is Betteiithan an Auction. . V V A V u I sister-in-la- w M Phone, No. 21. ..i .... Freemin rfYie ' .. M 1 o a ;.i- -' M A Ifcg First St rh't i V tt ""wMaMaMWBaMawMawM ijsijingiin mPLO-ws. H 11 am The Over Chilled Plows, The Best Made, --B- I II -- ! great-great-gra- nd ii liji! iLEiii ri I r ar srl. THJO ESfrE rzzJ Inter-Nation- al WE HAVE TE LARGEST AND BEST ASSOKED sTOCK OF ' y, ill Gift Plow Gear n the Market mm frtUS o, OOLLAEg "C A J. P. MacMillan is r F- - The new goods are coming faster tl au can be mentioned. Many that deserve a prominent place here are crowded out and have to go unheralded and unsung. We would call your particular attention to our wall paper stock this season. It is a superb line, exclusive patterns, original ideas. The designers are creators of styles, not followers. 2ew, striking, tasteful, and prices below that demanded for inferior goods. Just look over our line, or such parts as will interest vou,and we are sure you will Irvine yesterday. agree with us as to ils merits. Mr. J. H. Keff returned from New York City Saturday, Mr. J. Len Ballard is confined to We show 50 patterns that need but his room with la grippe-Misto he ssen to insure us a sale. All Kathleen Poyntz is visiting shades, all designs to suit any room, relatives in Mt. Sterling. from the attic to the cellar. A. J. Thorp was down from 'Winston yesterday. -Mr. Sam Hughes, of Frankfort, was Catchy, Frenchy florals and stripes in, with C. U. friends lastweek. the new tones of (jreen, Red and Jiliu.-Mr. and Mrs. Jno. D. Harris returned from a visit to Frankfort Friday. Miss Sallie Tevis was visiting relaA few Bpecial stripes in silk effects, tives in Chilesburg last Tuesday. with or without the frieze, with mouldAttorney Grant E. Lilly and D. H. ings to match. They hang as beautiful Myers were in Irvine Wednesday. as a real silk fabric Mr. E. V. Elder is iniNew York purchasing his spring stock of goods. Misses Eetell Walker and Bessie M. Beautiful Ingrains with large floral Dudley went to Cinriunat last Saturborders and ceiling. day. Mr. S. V. Rowland, of Danville, is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. S. B, The most exquisite line of English White. Chintz aud floral designs. Miss Etta Taylor, of Pine Grove, is visiting Miss Elizabeth Taylor on SecA remnant lot of room mouldings at ond Street. 2c a foot to close each pattern. Bring Miss Mary and Mtble Miles, of Mad measure of room and get a chance at Institute, have returned from these. They will only last a few days. ison Danville. fa Rev. I. B. Timberlake isu Versailles. Judge P. H. Sullivan was in Lexing ton Saturday. Hon. J. Tevis Cobb went to Frankfort yesterday. Mr. Tlios. Covington was in Rice S"tation last week. Miss Sallie Tevis is visiting relatives in Clark county. Hiss Belle Bennett returned Saturday from Nashville. Mr. Thos. Vaughn was down from who has been the jjuest of Mr. W. H. r.nrMrDimiioii, m ucmiiui: Escott and family, returns to LouisMid-dlesboro Sg s Ex-Jnd- ge 3tt 1 c HWOc ville this morning. Shelby News. Mrs. S. M. Logan returned to yesterday, willing with true womanly devotion, to run the risk of small-po- x to be with her husband. Stanford Journal. Messrs N. Y. White and Robert E. Little attended the hop by the Chasse de Fes at Danville last Tuesday. It was one of the swellest hops iu the Blue Grass this year. Miss Yan Greenleaf, of Bichmond, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Emma KaulF- man Miss Alberta Anderson was at home from the Bichmond college several days this week. London Becord. Miss Mattie Shiffletand her nephew, from Missouri, and Miss Emma Rice, attended' the wooden wedding of Mr. and Mis. Brutus Gum, of Blue Banks, last Tuesday. A delightful dinner was spread. Mrs. George T. Farris lias returned from Frankfort delighted with the trip No wonder her husband is votingright in the Senate atf he has been under her instructions, and he knows better thau to violate them. Lancaster cor. Stanford e 30C" noppei isTioiuinjrii pro tracted meeting at the First Presbyterian Church which is largely attended and much interest manilested. Mr. James M. Cornelison, agraduato of C.U., now a student of the Danville Theological Seminary, will conduct the services at the Second Presbyterian Church, on Sunday evening next at To'clock. He has just returned from the convention of the Students Volenteer Movement at Cleveland, and is competent to discuss that truly great organized christian movement, Mr. Cornelison is a native of this place and the young men especially should attend. MARRIED. BuoADDus-HAnVE-Y. Journal. Miss Minva Park Phelps, after her sojourn in Washington at tho Congress of D. A. R. went to Annapolis, Md., to be the guest of Lieutenant and Mrs. Carlo B. Brittain, nee Miss MaMiss Phelps will atmie Baldwin. tend a large reception given by Col. John Hooe Russell and cousin at Hunt- CF.Brower&Co., Lexingtox, Ky; ington Y, Va. One of the best and most ingenious taka-oltbat we have seen in a long time was Harrigee's parody in the Lexington. Danville Advocate on Shakespear with Mrs. "W. W. WiUiamson' of Carlisle, Clarence 33. Woods, Tut Burnam and is visiting her parenta,Mr. and Mrs. Steve "White of Richmond, the dramatis persons and the removal of the Jas. Lackey. Witt was the zuest of collector's'offk-- the causus Mr Journal. his brother, ShpW. S. Witt, at WinCol. Joe J.3BrookB came down Irom ston last week.. GyBthlana laet wmk, doubtls te Mrs. XMaottt .be retaraW 3 ' - t II- & j V.' & i! , fs e belli.-Stan-f- ord 1C .if , John Broaddus arill Miss Lillie Harvey, of Hume, announcement of which ap- ing at the Christian Church Sunday BANK REPORTS. Tates Creek, were married Thursday peared in tho Climax last week, was evening, held under the auspices of CTRATT.jp likely towards Richmond a eoo beautifully solemnized at the home of the Woman's Christian Temperance by O. J. Young. the bride's parents, in Irvine, Wednes- Union, was in several respects a re- REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE National Bank, No. 1790, at day, Rev. Allen, of the Methodist markable one. Ninety percent, of Richmond, in the "PPearance, and a big. sMaluSSlOC , Crop aid FaririHg Implemenls ! State of Kentucky, at the mouth while running. Liberal reward: for hi church officiated. A large number of those who came simplv to fce enter- close of business, February 18, 1833. ""'-- ' friends and relations witnessed the tained, went away with their minds ? Fox. To the wife of John Fox, nee happy evening, which was followed filled with serious thoughts and their v tne premise, 3 ",: RESOURCES. : uc,,a,--jMiss Eva Phelps, a boy, a by a handsome reception. The bride hearts stirred by new resolves. :ke'screkr.:.r"'ui Ahome y Loans and discounts is the only daughter of Mr. and Mis. really handsome little fellow. It was supposed that the elaborate Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. $303,213 23 Small wa jes and no incumbrance. 8,133 73 P. L. Hume and a niece of Mayor musical program would constitute tlie U. S. Bonds to secure circulation Address 50,000 00 Roijerts. To Mr. and Mrs. 199 WJl. JIIDDLETON. Smith, of this city. She is au chief feature of the evening. How- U. S. Bonds to secure U.S. Deposits. 75,000 00 Bobers, of Buthton,on February Claude onion City, Ky. Stocks, securities, etc 2310 00 acknowledge favorite in irvine society ever grand tlie music was, and it was Other real estate and mortgages 20, a fine boy. nm X DrOTvarv n.v'i a talented young lany. Mr. West Boiix. To Mr. and Mrs. Mike and son of Thomas West and a prom- the best heard in a church here in Daeowned. National Banks (not .Re- 8,601 60 norse mule, S jeara from is a years, the other exercises were of even in foal to ack 1 Buckly, a son. serve agents) 4,934 45 ising yount! man, having recentlv greater interest and gratification. J Due from State Bonks and Bankers 561 10 ""f?"183. ""re, 1 SciiiiEGEL. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. been elected County Attorney of Estill On the platform were seated Rijv. Due from approved reserve agents ad 32,037 60 :40:rUrtf?l!? 'aaretW Heart of sicc- Schlegel are rejoicing over the arrival County. The Climax extends congrat- Dr. G. W. Young, Rev, Dr. W. B. Notes of other National Banks 1,400 00 Allpariiesliaving claims against T. U. KadlmrhLtlth??i:h IaQbing;2 red t j Fractional paper currency, nickels of a son, a twelve pounder. ulations and wishes the happy couple Will pressnt the same , cows, soon and cents 50 60 n.derney brood sows tots to Uie otlmlS-it. propcrlylverified. w: a long and prosperous life. Lawful money reserve in bank, viz : ! o ?w' 10 Awnrtifti Kic&montt.Ky.onorbefoVeMardi P1 $16,000 00 Specie &e Pc'jiiJ 5,000 00 21,000 00 - AIlpSiindrttermn?fm'Chi'.'tnikeys'etc- - Farm.ns Highest Honors World's Fair, ueaemputm iuqu wim u. a. XTeas'r State or Ohio. Citv of Toledo, ) s. .. Lucus County, - Sv DIVA ni (5 per cent, of circulation) Tl 2,360 00 All 1IIUX. tf? tf "wvusigl f'i"I r Wood. At his home near Speed?Wu1?:nM?wls Jltivators and plows of a. Fkaxk J. CiiF.XEYt makes oath that he anas, lpond sera r. 1 rnttino- hA- - .,,.. r STATE Bi5K Total well, Saturday night, H. L. Wood, of is the senior partner of the firm of F. $315,765 37 i IICS1 COJPiJT J. ieui8-- l, ""ness ai.good as consumption, aged forty years. AssigaeofT.n-Tr- . LIABILITIES. Cheney & Co , doitg business in the ur r?e congue. l good bujgy k FoLiiiLOVE. ,otof new lumber 1 At his home near city of Toledo, County and State afore. Capital stock paid In $200,000 00 lotoJ Buthtbu, Thursday morning, Brutus said, and that said firm will pav the sum Surplus fund. 40,000 00 f r iiwriixpH nun ni v fii iininui. J. Fulliiove, aged sixty-liv- e yearg. of ONE HUNDBED D0LLAB5 for each " under $10 cash, over that taxes paid 7,439 57 t a credSntni899 without interest. every case of CATARnn that cannot 45,0QQ 00 Hale. Mrs. Jesse Hale died at her and ixauonsi xiaxiKBOies vavsianoingi! Due to other National Banks . 2,973 70 home, near White Hall, Saturday night, be cured by the use of Hall's Catakuu So5.TceVuvock. Allue Due to State Banks and Bankers. 1,157 47 aged thirty years. Intel raeht in Rich Cube. W" J"l"'&"fC A."Er Individual deposits subject to check. 143,806 59 and ViSl141nlTlfiala.tMr3.TJ fehag-s, United States deposits. Frank J. Cheeky. oiond cemetery Monday Morning, 72,914 82 offleanf UU airiii." "J6e..to tJ Depo3iU of U., S. disbursing officers, 2,398 82 cordletr t6Tvmtn.i-Zi'Jl'y- ,r venied .J Sworn to before me and subscribed in or saia m Caxady At the residen("of his barnd. my presence, this 6th day of Decomber, Bl2v ...$515,785 37 Win. B. Wells, near Union city, Total. . A. D. 18S6. STATE OF KENTUCKY,! ss Saturday, February 19,th, Anderson j A. W. Gleason, Coontt op Madison", Canady, of scrofula, ige Seventy-seve- n IjC.D.CHBJfAuir, Cashier of the ' I years. J SEAL bank, do solemnly swear that the above state- - t Nolan JPublic. 9ftert came io my place, on uac.u kv uixm iw my &ttunitife aaa Todd Lucilo Todd, tle six year-ol- d , . Lasanr IS. and has since beliefc adopted daughter of Mr. (ami Mrs. O.T. Hall's Catarrh Cure taken internally er am have hem by caU- Sbaerffeett fnd swoth to before an tUa tet. ., r iBdpfawaMJ Wells, died of tuberculoas ;jneningiti8, and acts directly on tlte blood and Jacob day M Pebrsary ,Bor R. Bbrnax, MOST PERFECT! MADE. on.sriuay. uuerai& jM.r. w one' raw JOB BUSH. wr4 surlsee for " dence on Saturday and jarial - A pure Graoe Cream of .Tartar Powdtr. Fit Otao?ttjrt; . 7 V " - "f" teetimooiais, fre. '. j. lyftKATHKBAQB, , JC. Kicumona cemetery. , " fF. J. Ohbkky it CovToted, Q; fmtCAamwm, Abjm arawy othtf mtiiHanKlH OR. SWELL'S KsjD.-- kt: Sterifctg iac nwtbdMb wmw by JJruwttts, m, mmmbi Zr. M4a fu tsaiw Maj.fiaaraiH . Mr. "Robert Terrill; a Colonial uentieuian, "DO more ieaTearinonrtr.tsny-crrretrr-ies- s" N. B. Deatherage; Mrs. Aaron Burr, universal than it is now. So, those who wish to be cured, take Mrs. Sam P. Deatherage: On Wednesday last Alex Pence, a The co3tumes were all of richest an- Shaker Digestive Cordial, because ltgoes well known resident of Boone, near the tique silks', powdered hair predominato the root of the trouble as no other Kentucky river on the K. C. railroad, ting everywhere. medicine does. The pure, harmless, inflicted injuries upon James Smith, a There was an exhibition of relics, curative herbs and plant, of which it N young white man trom EstUl, that re- such as lovely old coverlids, candle- composed, are what render :tso certain sulted in his death. It is charged by sticks, pictuies, etc. A piano of 1764 and, at the same time, so gentle a cure. Pence that Smith was too familiar witfi was exhibited by the Misses Dejarnett; It helps and strenthens the stomach, Pence's young wife. He aif ancient, pewter tea-pshown by pnrifiesand tones up the system. the young man repeatedly on the head Mrs. Fountain Rice; a rolonial mantel, Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to ' with the hilt of a pistol fracturing his Mrs. Thomas Thorpe; two pitchers, very $1.00 per bottle. it skull and causing death with in a few old Mrs. Ann Shearer. Many other arSweet Pea Seed. hours. At Pence's examing trial Monday ticles of unrecorded age were exhibited. he was held over in $1,500 bond, which The affair was a great success in every To introduce our flower seed, we he gave, and ho was released. particular. Five hundred were present will send postpaid, six papers choice or tried to get in the house and failed. Married in Irvine. sweet pea sjeed, assorted colors for 23c. HONAKER THE FLORIST. The marriage of County Attorney The Greatest Meeting Held Here in Ycirs. Lexington Kentucky. Lenard A. West and Miss Mamie The Francis Willard memorial meetAlex Pence Kills Jim Smith. uuiriuiui MWUMUWU Tracechaiii Hames Single & Mie-irees. HIT'S A fi"nd I t R Pi IP f struck ot I n B.lhSkelfbn RICHMOND, w uUii Succt . rs to iackelford & Gentrr. ' m li K frr,l Isny !i Fi lJi L ii LILLg Pa rata: mjisi rtUta rtUTfUi Fox Hound Lost PUBLIC SALE ! i.- BIRTHS. ten-pound Era-mit- te 'Sffilv.UtrtLst VSAINTED1 fwikl, luck M, ""-f- 1 " Hotice to Creditorsl3 . r- ?" ".J 1 DEATHS. 1 - Sto'&?imdva- ,Jmnllc ?&Ze. "i' -- 1 L S..?Si." '.-:"J ii-- - F Notice to Creditors J"11 w JTSJi'1 -- '!! - ! , son-in-la- w, BAKING ., 1 1 -; ""uajs above-name- d mt JRto Creditors tfiS?lw am Estrjy Hog! 3 in-th- e Sd 'inu-co- us 1. W. J - i . .- TSEST'l l -- -- ' , " Jifi.. . ' TION. N If a I OUR x$k- - ale- ?R9R?I?MrMr9 --. 1 - LITTLE S ONG FOR SPRING VERSE NO, 1. .MEN'S 5ot ii 'BrK"M NMi" 71 if' , vi i H uiii:l s a xVi Kn mKs XfSBdO Best to take after dinner; prevent distress, aid digestion, cure constipation. Purely rentable ; do not gripe or came pain. Sold by all druggists. 2S cents. Prepared only by L Hood 4 Co, Lowell, JIais. Pills All are invited to join in the chorus. TWO SPRING SHAPES in our line of., M' HflRC &9ft- - Pll t, ft Stanford. Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the finest liver and bowel regulator ever made. mayl ly Doctors are busy in most towns in Kentucky vaccinating men, women and children. We are anxious to do a little good in this world and can think of no pleas-- a iter or better way to do it than by One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia, consurop-tio- n and other serious lung1 troubles that follow neglected colds. Douglas Druggist. & An epidemic of sore eyes and measles is prevailing among the children in ALL OVER - NOW! The fall trade and the holiday trade have come to a close, and having had thfe largest and most successful season during its business'career, the Busy -- Cash Stores Has decided to commence the greatest- EVER HELD IN THE CITY. r Wines Trie Elfi '""""fc"""""f"f"f"f"f"f"f"f"fpP'':' III Stvm A T $2TO $5 Sawc s Compete Vcv The Marshal of Stanford will hereafter enforce the Sunday law against all violators. THINK ABOUT YOUR HEALTH 1 CLEARANC SALE A H This is The Time !o Give Attention to Your Physicial Condition. Guv X SxicvTavftcuVav. Nik T2c Smyc o Scc3cm.. lU) ifc oooooooo 4.. DOUGLA Oo $ 7i? 11. RIGHT & 4i "sax COo VMv&viiv(ivi.,iviiiUrini s$ Q Q S 7W 7B 7i il 71 mmwtmi&mm?m Aycr's Cfterrg Pectoral promptly relieves the cough, stops the tickling in the throat, and induces quiet and refreshing sleep. The warmer weather which will come with the approaching spring months should find you strong 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 Not a Single Item in this Great Store has escapeed the keen edge of our sharp knife. Ws PtSsSL We did not stop at Overcoats, Clothing and Cloaks, hut went down the line and applied the cold steel to each and every department in the house. The cost o' eoods in many departments entirely lost sight of. our object being to close out the entire line. Our Overcoats and Cloaks have been slaughtered unmercifully. They all go out at less than the former price, and many of them almost given away to clean them up. Many of "the very best things are still to be had in this line and those who have waited until now to buy will reap a If you haven't bought your winter dress goods, dress trimmings or silks, come and get them. Don't think you haven't got the money, for just a little money goes a loug way in this department. grain sack full of shoes ami You can buy a boots for what a few pair'formerley cost yon. We are selling in this, great cut price sale good heavy, winter slices for ladies at 69c per pair. Good inter Jboots for men at $1.19 per pair. Children's shoes almostjput in to till up the sack. i I V-f? rich harvest. The Richmond Climax. U tlDAY,MARCH2, variuamaniu iiMI.M11UI.IIU1 ivi HIU - 1S9S. ' Mystic Midgets are coming March Dr. Hobson, Dentist, Richmond, Kentuckv. mar3 lvr Get your dinner court day at Streng's vacant store room. Quarterly court comened Monday with a light docket. S' iJWO juuirUQC&w'&0h00wU50utM('V .. 3 . , , ..a...-.-- i J .... 'mmmwmmk. (Q lm I your -- S nu " keen-edge- d UVll-WIU'- 3 1HK CLIMAX with the guar- - g 3 3 aiitoe that its circulation excemls ...T "G Archie Woods, formerly a druggist 3 t'.ai oi anv omer paper puoiisneci c in this city, is dead, at Nicholasville. 3 II lUllllUUUl.. i (J Q C 3 Judge Solhvan says there will be no Overseer of public roads for Madison .Cl V 3?S- 3' ., C'K iia W s&' (p--- 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 an other department. If 3ou need an3 carpets for 3our houses this spring bu3 them during this sale and save 25 per cent. Nice bleached table damask. 23c per yard; gocl red table cloth, full width, fast colors, 17c per yard; good outing e Hack cotcloth will be sold at 4c per yard; full ton, clear of dressing, only 4c per yaru, Green Ticket e Sea Island cotLonsdale, only Gc per yard; nice ton, 4c per yard. Take advantage of this big sale and buy vour calicos for comforts at our cut prices. yard-widyard-wid- X) r 2SIIC Mystic Midgets March 11. Mnmps are raffing in Speedwell. See Stouffer for underwear. sept-29 COUKtV. Price. sis7 - Gm J. "W. Ifg to Cincinnati taturdaj. .. i r Ballard shipped a carload Wagers & Cohen shipped a carload hog- - to Cincinnati Thursday. ourt day dinner in the store room ntly occupied by H J. Streng. Post-maiier MissM. SuMeLong.of Cottonburg, of i been appointed 'at place. l . sale heap. Peekin Duck eggs at 25 cents per alo a few line game cockerels for May i'''5 in Collins Over one hundred car loads of means to be The place to buy your tailor made rectl dressed and perfectly fitted. railroad ties shipped from Panola in or ready made clothes is right where Where, outside of our store, will you get N&( the last month. the careful attention we give you as to you make your bread, at home. That's every detail being absolutely right? Ladies of the Methodist church why we advertise home merchants. Go 'OIIOM.' will serve dinner court day at Strengs to Covington & Mitchell for best tailor made or ready made goods. See their WE are just as much vacant store opposite court house. 1 pretty ad. on this page. interested in having A new stock of buggies, etc. at John Donelson's. Heie we are again. Let us advise your suit fit perfect- 1 vou to read every one of our advertis-ment- s John Sexton has purchased from Js xwu are. E.SSSSSSSSSSS$SSSS$;S$$ that you will see in these colJohn Williams his saloon near the L. B i .,i4.t umns trom time to time. We will not uwu liuuiiiy utuLiitjs, j uuiuuieiiceui on, your & X. depot, and will take possession M- tell you anything but solid facts nnd Saturday. come back to us, 30111 friends notice it, our offerings will be good goods, good Douglas, agent for the Cres- values for less money than the same Charles friends follow 3ou. Even in the face of cent and Stearns bicycles, has a line ot goods can be had for elscw here. CovW facts 3ou pa3 less for our clothing than else-"- 1 those wheels, chainless and chain. ington & Mitchell. See them before having. where. These are the points that have t Jf y I "lj LvS 1 v jrjr w Fashionably Eight, We will offer during this 6ale one lot of abont 400 pair ladies' oxfords at 69c per pair. There is not a slipper in this lot that is not worth from $1.25 up to $2 50. but siaes are all broken and the lot is composed of several different kinds. Tan, black, white and all colors and shapes. Look through this lot while in the house, we want to close them out. ' Vi What we have left in underwear will be sold at the following prices: Children's 10c vests at 3c; 15c veets at 10c; 25c vests at 15c; ladies' 23c vests at 15c; 40c vests a: 24c; 50c vests at 29c; men's 35c ribbed vesta at 23c; men's 50c ribbed vests at 39c; men's 75c and $1 vests will be closed at one price, 49c; drawers to match all vests, same price as vests. In this sale you can get good men's hats at 39c; real fur hats for men, nobby and stylish, at 69c. You can save from $1 to $4 on a trunk by taking advantage of this cut price sale. at ridiculously low prices. nt Men's suits and parts of suits willbesokliu this sale Children's knee suite awl youths and boys' long-pasuits have also felt the effect of our cold steel. Even before going- to print people are staring in amazement at the low prices we are naming on goods and as this sale will be thoroughly advertised, our house will lie jammed with eager pursha&ers. So get in line and follow the crowd. Get your plate of the peaches and cream we are giving away before it is all gone. - i . "- V 7f e s r nt-i-i jU-f- Thanking you before hand for your patronage of this sale and for your liberal past favors, we are very respectfully, - s thee Enterprise For Irvine. made Richmond, Ky. Suits to orderat Stouirer's at W. P. Mehaffy of Ohio, has bought prices. the excelsior manufacturing plant at The Mystic Midgets will appear Richmond March 11. Don't for- J. T. ()lie, D. IX, of Washington, Irvine. He will put in a stave saw t the uate. D. C., will preach a sermon at the col- and jointer for the manufacture of 1m ready-made sept-29-Gm it M m our store the success it is M m. 1 1 to-da- 7$ nS i7Li ik 3. firvXS s j --v am 11 11 i IB OLDHAM & COMPANY. M i i I II a Tl IT en 1 I ii t-- 4 Little Hugh Todd, of Speedwell, . recovering from his burn received Will Send Staves to England. some time ago. C. W. Cobb rented the Jacob Ilugue-le- y A special to the Louisville Times of farm. Horses brought S25 SGO; .iiul gc Sullivan has appointed Mr. 15 Public administrator cowsSJO $00; hogs 4c; hay $12 stack; February 20, says: Stouiler J. The Irvine Stave Company is doing pair work mules S120; b ycares old .t'i guardian for Madison county. a thriving business, one evidence bemule S7o. F. Cook, of Stanford, is coning an order from Li vei pool, Eng., for a Stouffer sells clothing cheaper than templating putting in stockyards at of dressed staves. an body. 1 ored Calvin church, this city, tonight, staves. The enterprise will give ployment to a number of hands. Subject "Twelve In a Family." em- . ''ifrvfkeplr ','- I Ov .$b $f ,m d WMBK&ifMii.iimwzanmBnimmaawiim j uMumMmiuaLmmmm.mtm t im iiwwi imiW ,m mmjll . MM7WMgBMMg'-nr-'-'-'-''-gM?q-'---- -' Everybody Says So. Cascarets Candv Catbartic, the most wonderful medical discoervof Hie age, peasant and lcfrestiing to the tasie, actpently and positively ou kidncjs, liver aud bowels, cleansing the entire sst,m, dispel colds, euro headache, fever, hnhitu.il constipation and biliousness. Please buv and try a box 10, 2.". oO cents. Sold and of C. C. C. guaranteed to cure by all druggists. y; I I Lexington, where sales can be held. McCormick and Gray have rented Telephone DO, U. N. I. & 15. depot, a nd order a load of the famous Pine the stoore room recently occupied by the Ladies Lxchange and will move Ned. kn it coal for sale by their furniture and upholstering busi-nMr. Jno. I). Harris sold 44.000 thereto. pounds of tobacco in Louisville WedAmanda Tatum, a sixteen year nesday on a average of 75i per hunold uirl of the Hound Hill neighbor dred. hood, was tried before Judge Sullivan Mrs. Ann Watts wishes boarders, empty or last Thursday on a lunacy charge and day. week, or month. Rooms furnished, lmeaster Avenue, next ordered takfu to the asvlumn. diMir to Cobe Taylor, opposite EpiscoMystic .Midgets captured a delight3t ed audience at the Globe Theatre last pal Church. evening. Benefit of Children's Home, The case against Hoe 1'inbry, to a crowded house. Will appear in Ii ired with stealing a horse from Richmond March, 11. Hamilton Tli s Douthett, was tried Thursday Republican. a'id dismissed. StoufTer sells clothing cheaper than Deputy Sherill Joe Terrill took anybody Amanda Tattnn. aged 10, who lived A Friday night performance and near lierea, to the Eastern Kentucky Saturday afternoon matinee will be Lunatic Asylum. '"Mystic Midgets" March Stouffer is the oldeat clothier, furnish- given by the 11th and 12th. Prices for night perfor er and Hatter in the citv. mance 50 cents children under 12 years ladies exchange has moved old 25 cents. Matinee prices 23 cents. into the rooms recently occupied by With a view of maintaining her Miss Oldham, the dressmaker, under reputation among the ladies as the arSchlegel's Photograph gallery. biter of fashions in millinery, Miss Tern-pi- e Its a hard matter to keep a stock Oldham has gone to Cincinnati to of vehicles on hand all the time; but buy a handsome stock of spring Millinif you will leave your order with me ery and besides will employ a compeou will get what you want. tent trimmer of experience. Cole-ma- n et sept-29-Csept-29-Gm sept-29-G- m car-loa- d A Bright New Store One of the brightest stores in town is that on Second street, just moved into by the well known merchant, H. J. Streng. He is slaughtering prices on ' all gentlemen's furnishings and invites The trading stamp people have packyou to inspect his clean, new, stylish ed up their outfit and will quit Lexingstock. For prices see big ad. in Climax. ton. Candidate For Congress. m m3fKF Nfi; Jiama W J&sasa JL. M N- - Hon. G. G. Gilbert, of Shelbyville, III vl has formally announced his candida- gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. cy for the Democratic nomination for Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. Congress in this district, letters to Q. White. The Meade couuty teachers will hold that effect having been received from by several 2icholasvilIe and their monthly meeting at Guston today. him Jessamine couuty politicians. JessaWhooping cough is the mostdistress-in- g mine Journal. malady; but its duration can be cut West Point Cadetship. short by the use of One Minute Cough Congressman Davison has appiont-e- d Cure, which is also the best known A. R. Burnam, Jr., son of Judge A. remedy for croup and all lung and bronRollins Burnam, of the Court of Ap- chial trouble. Douglas & Wines Drugpeals, to the West Point cadetship in gist. place ot Geo. C. Moore, of Jackson The Dean Tie Company, of Breckincounty, who declined the honor. It ridge county, sold last week 45,000 ties, will be remembered that Mr. Burnam and they are being hauled out this was named as an alternate with Mr. week. Moore. A Present. Tetter, nnd Eczema. The intense itching and smarting inciW. Pigg, who always felt a W. dent to these diseases is instantly allayed kindly interest in Estill county and by applying Chamberlain's Eye and her people, has given that portion of Skin Ointment. Many very bad oases his Richmond and Irvine turnpike ly- have been permanently cured by it. It itching John Donelsox. ing beyond the Kentucky river to the is equally efficient forfor sore piles and a tavorito remedy See Stoufler and frave money on nipples; county. The gift embraces one mile chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites "Win. Tavlor traded his farm of clothing, over coa's and underwear. and is one to be appreciated. Mr. Pigg, and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. to Mr. 03 acres at White fetation Mun-ct- e Adams of Valley View for two houses Prof. A. C. Adams, "who has been after making the gift, sent Judge Dr. Cady's Condition are wcrd that he would also present just what a horse needs Powders, bad conducting a singing school, with and lots and $1S."J0 in money. when in condition. Tonic, blood purifier and twenty scholars, atRuthton,this the county with a fine rooster. Bud Dunn, of White Station, about They are not food but county, closed Sunday with a number Perry & Thomas Remove Their Drug Store. vermifuge. medicine and the best in use to put a bought 42 head of feeding cattle in of songs by the class, after which Prof. thp mountains last week at prices The friends ot Perry & Thomas, the horse in prime condition. Price 25 Adams highly entertained the audience popular druggists, will be pleased to cents per package. ranging from 2 3 per hundred. with several solos that would send a remove they will, Walter Smith, of Versailles, has been Hats and caps latest styles and low- feeling of rapture through the souls of learn that to their old store, next to Madison appointed to a cadetship at Annapolis sept est prices at Stonuer's. highest art singers. National Bank, which they were com- by Congressman Settle. overcoats. Thos. Williams, Jas. A. pelled to vacate on account of the re Messrs See Stouffer for cheap Don't annoy others by your coughm West, John D. Winn. Joe S. Gardner, cent fire in that building. The store is ing, and rUk your life by neglecting a and Judge Robert liiddle, of Irvine, than ever with its The chairmau of the Republican more attractive furnishings new. Re- cold. One Minute Cough Cure cures passed through Richmond Wednesday coughs, colds, croup, grippe and alj paint, paper and telecounty committee of Madison remember the throat and lung troubles. Douglas & enroute home from Winchester. Gage to hold up the member the change and graphed Secretary Wines Druggist. Aler Richardson, of White Station, removal of the internal revenue office firm. Married at Paint Lick. v as arrested Tlfursdad by Deputy Sher- to Danville, asjpremature action would The largest plantbed in the State, iff Arnold for alleged disturbance seriously jeopardize party interests in Mr. James Conn, a young farmer perhaps, is that on the "Yankee" Lee at a negro church last summer in that the district, but got only the laconic residing near Paint Lick in Garrard farm, near Bevier Mills. neighborhood and released on bond. reply, "Matter settled "If the removal county, and Miss Lucy Rucker, of the Don't Tobacco Spit and BmoVa Tour Life Away. jeopardize same locality, were married at the If you want to quit tobacco using easily Don't buy a 6tiit or hat for your boy will, as the chairman says, bo well, Republican interests in the district, bride's home last Wednesday by Rev. and forever,life madevigor, stromr, magnetic, without seeing Stouffers. take aud full of new we reason for rejoic- Mr. Clark, pastor of the Lancaster the indeed have tuat makes weak men -- In the Declamatory contest at then Many gain ten pounds in ten days. beyond the fact that we are partial Methodist church. The bride is a strong. or your Over 400,000 cured. Buv Kingston Friday night, Jasper L. ing daughter of I. C. Rucker, the Paint drupgist, under guarantee to euro, 00j or to Danville Stanford Journal. Maupin, won the prize. His subject and niece of W. D. $1 .00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicatro or New York. Xew South." The judges If I liavn't what you want give me Lick miller being Rucker, of Waco. The couple will rewere; Prof. J. 1). Clark. Leslie Evans, your order subject to approval. Several Owensboro property holders side in Garrard. John Donelson. C. A Fish., of this city. are kicking because they say insurance What pleasure is there in life with a are too higlu Bales & McElwaiue shipped to I am of the opinion that Hon. headache, constipation and biliousness? rates Children and adults tortured by Brussels, Belgium, Wednesday, three James B. McCreary is the only Thousands experience them who could burns, scalds, injuries, eczema or skin fine saddle horses, which were purin the district that can carry the become perfectly healthy by using relief by-chased by Ilerr Freitay for $1,200. banner of Democracy to a gloriouu vicLittle Early Risers, the famous diseases may secure instant Salve. It Wagers A Cohen sold to same party a tory. McCreary is sound to the coro little pills. Douglas & Wines Druggist. using DeWitt's Witch Hazel . Douglas & is the STeat Pile remedj-fine saddle horse for $133. on the tariff and although not a rushare reTwo more cases of small-po- x certainly Wines Druggist. Why stand around and shiver ing, gushing silver man, lie will of ported at Middlesborongh. carry out the The Fourth street negro Baptist your teeth loose, when you can tele- will endeavor to subject We all Cascarets stimulate Hver.kidneys and church in Owensboro was gutted and phone 2b- - 90, K. X. I. & B. depot, and the people upon that of the bowels. Neversicken, weaken or gripe. an organ burned. mavl-l- y get a load of Pine Knot coal, the best know that a large majority remonetiza-tio- n 10c Democratic party is for Plymouth Rock Eggs For Sale. that ever came down the road." Wheat at Chicago was considerably of silver for restoring to the Cole-Ma- x Nkkf, Agent. Arbucklewill sell Barred Mr. opening. nlace Washington. Jefferson and our stronger at the Plymouth Rock eggs at $1. per setting Clothing at prices never so low at forefathers gave it in 1792. But Iiihall CUBAN OIL cures of 15, roasters this season from Sid Stouffers. . sept Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu not now attempt in a short letter to x Ind!, and E. B. Thompson N- - Y. Bud Dunn, of White Station, is in discuss this important subject- - Fon- matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. stock all sold. Tor Indian game eggs, Rnld bv Perry & Thomas, raccessors to VT. Laurel Couuty, again this week buy- taine Fox Bobbitt in Stanford Journal. at samejfmce, apply to Mrs. W- - A. O. White. ing up stock, eo be says but it rather eatne for both. Born Two Days Apart. are now at work on the .Twins Eight divers looks as if "Gould" is connected with Mrs. M. F. Arbuckle, White, of Paint wreck of the Maine. The wife of Henry a moonshine distillery out there or else If SilverCreekj .' "When biliouTbr costive, eat a Caecaret, on the bunt of another three eared ! Lick, gave birth to a girl on Tuesday Madisou County. - owdy'cathartic, eure guaranteed, 10, 25c ' cow likfl that one he discovered at . of last week, and on Thursday fojlowKentucky. , mayeiyr," fh231il ing.to boy. , summer. Slatelick Springs last Salt-Rheum PJ44fA4ANUBIAN 1(4 TEA cures Dyspcp-- I ? s"3f Constipation nnd Indi- i - MbW mwMi fsSBE ' s" Z-' H Si 11 irrc-&-S- HHH MP MB WM M pSE S frJ$m 7K T - wS 7$ui4&m&!&f jil, )i B ikBIsI 9$W2BSm mH BRmmM 9BB8HH iphk slRii SflHP93l IBHKI Hf s bsi JI1 o Usa BbwR EStTkI 7 J v f' H" sas:- sept-29-6- 29-l- m ?R sept-29-6- 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 Mm. Here are a few of the samples of how he will treat you . - ZK-7 S READ AND PROFIT! WE- 82pt-29-6- m wonder-worke- r, J)em-ocr- at De-Wit- t's Suits that sold at $5.00 Suits that sold at $7.00 Suits that sold at $10,00 Suits that sold at $13.50 Overcoats sold at$6.00. . . . IV". Overcoats sold at$7.50 Overcoats sold at$9.00 v. $.:.'. Overcoats sold at $10.00. Shoes that sold at $1.50 . . . V Shoes that sold at $2.00 ..,.....:. NOW$ 4.00 ; .......,..: . NOW 5.60 .NOW 8.00 NOW 10.SO .t.NOW 4.80 G.OO X a M I. K- - NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW 7.20 8.00 1.20 1.60 X CO o axvd m II Shoes that sold at $2.50 NOW $ 2.00 NOW Shoesthat sold at $3.00 2.40 Shoes that sold at $4.00 NOW 3.20 Our $5.00 Emerson Shoes in Tan- and Patent Enamel NOW sold for $1.00 Hats that NOW t sold for $1.25 Hats that NOW V sold for $1.50 Hats that NOW $2,00 Hats thasold for NOW sold for $2.50 Hats that NOW - "SUvs vs aw. ooyvltv va doer tvo occur "3uke aoaTac vxwa outsA. octv. "a M-F- 29-6- m Planters Con-ge- rj ' H.J. STRENG ' 3 " The Ciotbicr. Tie ilr, O: Tlis Silk, THE FURNISHER, til 1 -- i ;'st' v jkv, i -P-. I LOUISVILLE HOT . LOUISVILLE, KY. &iips Mi Plans. fct 3BiK-- m 1 tfflL t 8 (Xte 7. j?7. XV. j to m - 3blfflM4 hmm The Ladies" Restaurant is the finest in the city. Every convenience for ladies spending- the day in the city. I 'i 21 Both the method and results Tvhen Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant SK' and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual Gentlemen's Cafe on Office floor. constipation. Syrup of Figs is the ME-MUSIC: Tuesday, Thurs- only remedy of its kind ever proday and Sunday duced, pleasing to the taste and acV evening. ceptable to the stomach, prompt in 9 its action and truly beneficial in its 9 THOS. A. MULLIGAN, effects, prepared only from the most M decl-l- v MANAGER. healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it . to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. fl Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 cent bottles by all leading drag-gist- aSS Any reliable druggist who XfC on hand will promay not have it THE STYLISH one for i tislic Fzsbiocible. PATTERN." A - I cure it promptly Do anyacceptwho R Original. Perfect&S any not wishes to try it '. Fitting. Prices lOautl 15 cents. substitute. None higher. None better at any price. 7J sells 3j BEESWAX 2025c. Fnr all dfjic rrutLif tn unntfn and frirls. (i? DRIED FRUIT Apples bright, 4c It tones up the Nerves, Improves the Ap W Washtnptoi, I). C, grease wool, lS20c; W petite, Enriches the Blood, and gives Lite. W WOOL Clear Hold in abeyance removal of Internal Revenue office from this city W i Health and Strength. It Is the burry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c. to Danville until the eastern part of the distrist can bo heard from. Pre- Ijrtr QUEEN ry, CHEESE-Count10c. B mature action will Eerfoush- - jeopardize party interests in the district. AKZS THE COMPLEXION CLEAE tt 00. TIMOTHY SEED-$1.5C. 0. Wallace, EDECt A bottle of" Monthly " Regulating CLOVER V F II til Pills with each bottle. For sale by vp Chairman Madison Co. Republican Committee. w all dealers orsent direct upon receiptof price by Jj ed, 40 BLUE GRASS w New Spencer Med. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn 50c; extra clean, C075c; fancy clean, Washington, D. C, Feb. 17. LADIES' SPECIAL TREATMENT: m pure seed, $1$1.35. tn cases requiring special treatment, address, Y C. C. Wallace, Richmond, Ky. 5K giving symptoms. Ladles' riedlcal BEANS-- SI 00S1.50 per bu. partment. Advice and book on Female Matters disposed of j'esterday Diseases, with testimonials, free. JJJ SHOULDER MEAT-- Gc. w W F. A. Vanderslip, BACON Sc. a3a3a333393S3S93533239333C5 S( Assistant Secretary. Sale and Recommended by For HAMS-8J1Tjie Hon. Lyman a. .''..''ii:' S?. S7. y. SZ7. ragedy In Kicraond. KJ r , j7. si?, x-- xS'. J. I jZ7. SZ7. sir. sZ?. A?. sZ. sZ7. sZ7. tf? 21 ) Reported evory Tuesday at noon by E. Deatherago & Co., Staple and t Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. EGGS 9 to BUTTER-Cho- ice Bii1 Planters Female Regulator 1? I M33J33Q: IV iU'Wi""""""1"1111 h r . -- .. mmimnnn m r Tt- -1 If ft rn . . .. . . -- .' 4 l ilii CO I (Harry Giovaunoli in Danville Advocate, Feb. Richmond,-Ky., . 10c Feb. 10, IgOS. in trade. country, 1620c. aaaBfl $ M SS Pafe W J. Gage, ! OF TONICS I fJ 'BBBBBIBbbBBBBBBBBBBBB'-- . PLEASE TRY A I BaaFr ' By.l A 0S1 SEKD-$2.75(g$3- .r)0. SEED-Stripp- m BBBBBBBBakw IbbbVbw -- JW ZF"iA fl -- "VM -'- Bl Y .- -. 7 ---- St II ---- M Q II 11 tl Li UU Br ni. ig-W I ' a t De-J- K l t I uv. . 0c. , 25c. 50c. TRAGEDY IN ONE ACT. Dramatis Peisoxae Tut, Duke of Madison, Place In front of the Public Building. Time The Dav After. Clarence, a Scribe. CORRESPONDENCE. KWGTSTOK Perrv & Thomas, druggists, successors to decS-ly- r Q. White. W. LSimW9Kmwss&mrWKJs am m ?az " h '''jjj JlUj ' iHfc. mi a hbt -- mJL im rv. att DRUGGISTS. f mw -t- I tepts-ij- r Mn mm mm l - . . r CALL fMS ? Suffi Jt Most noble Tut. hast heard the news? Trr. Nay, Gentle Clareuco mine. Clarence. 0. woe is me! Tlie act doth freeze the marrow to the bones, And mjr swift coursing blood doth now infrierate. Clarence. , Miss Jane craig is out home for a few days. Mr. J. W. Hcudrcn is in Texas on -- 12SECONOMIST RANGES I County Court Days. Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. IJichmond, Madison county, first Mon- .lnvv I MmMmMmMmmMm i JklTCRHS s. - Tut. Qnick, bo'! Out with the murderous note, And tell mo what unseemly hap hath made thy visage 6cowl j And bringst to thy fair face the wrinkles of old age? z Haste! or by'r lady I'll my trusty sword unsheathe "d leave thy bleeding form to feed yon starving cur. C lares ce. j 4 5 them in Soms reliable merchant nearly every city or town. Asfc for them, cr they can be had by mail from us in either New York or Chicago. Stamps taken. Latest Fashion Sheet tent upoa receipt of one cent to pay postage. J r J '. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAU FRANCISCO, CAL fiEW X0HK, H.Y. L0UISV11LE. Kt. jan5-ly itf "Kv tf K i msgau; i , J Wanted-- An Pmtwt tnnr Irtwit? Write JOHN ceys, wasnloguln, D. (X. for their mjx" v m&G&mn u u ku JlOJ prtio oner and list of two hundred Inventions wanted. thv in WEDDEKBUEN Idea Who can think of some simple .Ig. 7v5 sicv5 - . fiHni. rnn wealth & CO- - Patent Attor. thlcc to patent? And train thine ingratitude. "8 Listen. From yon heroic pile, Which great McCreary did procure for us, The Senate has so oidered, The machinery of our Revenue, the precious records, all, To leave these bounds and unto Little Britain wend their way. cn''s Be patient sire unreceptivc ear for words as cruel Brirhtert ladies' mznzlae published. Invaluable for the hrrre. Fashions cf the day. Horn: Literature, Household Hints, Fancy ?orfc. Current Topic, Fiction, all for only 50 cents a year, including a free pattern, your own selec stamps tion any time. Send two lor sample copy. Address - THE McCALL COMPANY, J43-I4-6 West I4th Street, New York. IS9 Fifth Avenue, Chic;-- c. nt FHI0B1D j I NM Trr Thc Curesce And yet, hi yu &ay! J(Jn I some sweeter news might Yea Site, and would brim:. that unto thy high presence rty K-- 'tis done. Upon the breeze from fair Potomac's shore is waft the word " 'Twos settled yesterday." : I -- DS1UCLbusiness ' t Insure your FARM property against yjF" . homes and Tut. Hist, slave! Durst trifle with mo love! Telit me. in accent true, that this foul deed fev a Was done 'cainst my consent jjjrz; Yea, even whilst I soothed me brain in unsuspecting sleep? A . Clarence. True, true, me Lord, most sadly true. Tut! And dost tell me, vassal, the king durst thus Invade me fair domain ind snatch therefrom such priceless Jewels i. Wng Without so much as whispering. "By thy leave?" Clarence, it doth seem so, me Lord. "$k "Sr?" Then let him have a care, Tut. ror by the helt ot this me misiitv arm, 1 call tuo yeomanry From far Paint Lick clear to the Jackson line, From Valley View to Silver Creek, Jfc. And raise a dozen different kinds of h & Softly, sire, V Clarence. - Or thoul't iome violence do thyself. S36 Thou paw'st the air like mad and frightened bulls, fjC. Thy eyes do sparkle like the llres of torment, And as tin- seconds fly they go no faster q tkf Than thy locks from raven night to winter's frosted hue. "Sqx Have care, lest thou departed Ceasar imitate . M , In prostrate agony. 'Tit. True, boy; I'll calm meself. 5fl . . And yet the sadness of this sadly sad and most untoward news ! .3ig. To think that yon grand structure altogether lovely of our "v The apple of our eye, theroosting place of crows, village Must quick become the ' field of ghosts, of bugs, the The &S While strangers in our gates will eye with admiration and inquire SjSE- "What giveth this fair house such lean and hungry look?" Y 0, Clarence mine, it doth my youthful heart unman Stvia- - An uririeth forth the tears of boyish grief! ft Give me the cup! Tell all U'll I died when Richmond died. Farewell! 11 i business. Mrs. Mary Barker is very ill will pneumonia. Miss Medrew Frances ,ia visiting the Messes moran's here. Miss Annio Jenning of Silver Creek, who visited the Misses Moran's, last week, returned to her home Sunday last. Mr. J. H. Farris who has been at Tyrone, workiagfor "Uncle Sam," several weeks, return to his home Saturday. Mr. All Jones of Corbin, Is visiting his father-in-laJ. W. Stivers. Mrs. Ollie Terrifl, of Paint Lick, visited her sister, Mrs. Edna Maupin, who is quite ill with pneumonia. Born, to the wife of Mr. Jake Yates a 10 pound boy, Tuesday, February loth. Mr. George Moody, of Garrard spent a few days with his parents last week. " Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second day. Mon- Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. D.mville, Boyle county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. r H Specials for fSJs24 fcfJKyl This TAJq3 trc ETC. m m lryj Roofing, Guttering and General An elegant line of the X est and Latest Pattern n m TO- HAJIBDRGS AND LACES, SPECIAL Line WHITE GOODS in plain checked Indian Linens, Cheek XansHk. Cheek and bti'ipeu Dimities, .fercais, inn.'.i-.- Job Work. WAGEIiSVILLE KstiU County. Fire $ Tornado. I represent four of the most reliable Insurance Companies in the United States and respectfully ask for a share of your patronage. S. F. ROCK, je2-l- y SALE The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at '$ Misses Emma and Nettie Wagers, of this place, aro visiting their aunt, Mrs. James Cosby, at Richmand. Miss Ella Parkjis teaching a subscription school at this place. Jonah Wagers was in Richmond last week on business. Turner Kelly and Horace Warford, of this place, attended court at McKee last week. mMh wMITii I Kansas Gity, Montana, Colorado, Pacific Ooasf, IKiih, Washington, Omaha, Si Paul, Nebraska, Black Hills, ' bjj to$3 B& J J - kams, etc. lm n ! rPA1 vS1 Also an Elegant Line of Table Linens, ALL GRADES. SILVER THE ISSUE IN 1900. St. Lqi1s er EhSeago. VESTIBULED TRAINS, SLEEPERS, DiNING CARS, CHAIR CARS (Seats Free). W. II. SIUW. VUt. PasTigt., Clnemnntl. Ohio. R0W4BD ELLIOTT, Cea'l Jltna?er,St. Lcnis,21o. L.W.WAKELEr,Gen'l I'ass'rAgenr, St. Loals.Ho- - VIA i'- m WHITE r. Money the Pricing Instrument Ciiilization and Progress Hare Kept Step With Mono; SuppTj in All Ages. ;ft: B? - Wl ... usiiingnam worner. -.- --a- GIBSON, !' Bag roj -- -- & 26S Sec. Street, Vp Stairs). WHITE'S - STATION, News and Opinions OF - rIA I i on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well wa tered. There is no better land in Madison county. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc, within a half mileof White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. d TEEMS Sale will be made cash. balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, address one-thir- TheSun ALONE CONTAINS BOTH. Daily, by mail. - - - $6 a year Daily & Sun'', by mail, SSaj'ear National Importance Geo. D. White, feb3-t- f V' play-groun- d foot-ba- ll White's Station, Ky. - EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS IsHbIEI Anyone senilrg n sketch and deocrfptinn may Quickly asoertal-- i ocr cpinton free whether an Invention I, probably pr.untab!& Communlnw Uomtrtctlycc-jfldcnUaHandbook on Patents cent free- - Oldest nrency t r necunn- - patent. I'atrats taken throoch Mur.n & Co. recelre iperlal notice, without charge. In the The Sunday Sun i the greatest Sunday Newspaper in the world. Cy Harrkjee. Thomas Scrivner and Cap Wilson, of Owsley count', passed through this place Monday, on their way to Madison, where Mr. Scrivner contemplates locating. Elders Nairbitt and Arrowsmith, from Utah, have been preaching in this vicinity. Madame rumor says that a wedding is soon to be. and not a thousand miles from here We are sorry to say that rogues are very numerous in this neighborhood, chickenroosts, corncribs, and are visited a night or two out of every week. The meathouse of Sidney Wagers was visited one night last week and two nice hams were taken. There being a dirt floor to the house, they made their entrance bv digging a hole under the sill. Cupid, has again been at wook in this Mor-monite- The Money Question discussed in the light of experience and history. Tl HFI PSs I M t ' s, HYCMp-The Xrcading Bimetallic Paper of America. V. S. Senator W. M. STEWART, Editor. meat-hous- es A. correct account of the doings of Congress given each week. A family paper for the home and fireside. All the important happenings of the week, condensed, in news columns. A large circulation in every State and Territory. 0i.!0THE FREIGHT. BE PAIS . . . YOD Southern Mutual Investment Co,, . PAY FOR THE . . OF LEXINGTON, KY. DRINKS. Phone 3. Second St. KY. Subscription Trice, SI Ter Year. Send for sample; agents wanted. weeKiy rjy tne HUGE Will Defend CANNON NOW UNDER WAY. New York and Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &.c. Price Sc a copy. uzll, S2 a year. Throw Its Shot Fifteen Miles. Address THE SCX. New York. iL? ifEyAcncandKnEnMATiSM relieved SVuy Dr. llilcs Ncrvo Plasters. Scientific jfmerfcam THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Long Troubles 2nd Consunp'.on Cured. Can Troy Telegram to Chicago Inter Ocean. breech-Ioailin- g The ingot for the sixtcen-incgun to be constructed at the WatervJiet arsenal was cist at South h A handsomely lllninitd weeklr. Ijircest circulation of any Mienunc journal. Ter.ru, 3 a year: fnnr months. II. Sold by all newndealers. MUNN & Co.3GiBroai!r. New York Uraach Offlce, C5 F St, "Washington, U. C 2S-- L. & Lv n. R. JR. K. O. DIVISION. Effect Nov. 7, 1S9G. lv. Express for Cincinnati, ahv a. m. Paris, Mavsville, Win- - r. m. 6.20 Chester and mail Lexin-rto- Lexington Mays-r- 7.20 . jr. jville, 2.00 Cincinnati. Paris, 1 1 i Stanford. 10:10 Rowland, Lancaster and 7:05 .7:30 Stanford. Tor fiinher particulars call en or address, 1.15 -- rindon,JelIico.Knoxvil& 3.19 for Cincinnati, r.vJi.' 3.10 Paris Winchester. 11.43 r. m. Rowland. Lancaster and' a. m. 11.43 m mail. 1.00 I :vingston, London, Jel-1.0ico. I'ineville. 12 55 Fast line for Livingston, a. m. 5 Winchester and a. Fat line f Telephone 78. KUI'EU HOOD, Agt. &r (IS KaliMlnlo In KASTIMUTNPi. H' IrfMi- - llln SOUTHERN RAILWAY. I KJCNTUC.KY rn rltact 7 Dew. S. 1807. Sal. ; y o. s i Kci 4 (fiptn' 10 10 Ar Sh.Hlnvlllr. Ar Wrvailh Ar l.'Klr!i?n Ar 1m irmrlii. ... U.Hainj .rOjim 9u?pra Ul.Ufcim asopin o.soiim IILSIam; ftSSpm U.Vuim 7.2lprn No.fi. 7.3T.-im- ;ttpm (K)pm 35pm t.v ; Kal "NaT" Ar !4mvilli! yr Shcllivtlllf. C-ir- Ar VivurMr. Ar I .a .. KUan ... . Jl.lOjm fLBUpm Blitara la.Vkitnl 7.3Upml 7.27am C 46i)m' .MOpin, 6.21am .3)pin 4.40am Train Noh I. i. S and Chair carry Fre Obserra-tlei- n kAsnuinMi Kn IS., No. 11.1 4(CiHti WESTBOCKD. STATION'S. jNa a Ar 7.3Upm'lua0am riS.in I0(ianiAr IirncbrgAr 5.05pm j asDam 4 ISpm 7Jltam ?.piii Ar 7.4rtpm II OUin'Ar llurgln. . Lvi 7.2ftim Hanwl-sbgA- I.v Iiuiivll It. KAKTimilSD. WESTBOUKD. No. li.itNo.fiT.1 stations. jNo. jaitNo.fi9r 4 (Tpm 7.4Tnim Lv LouUvll Ar 7.3upm a llam.Ar Shclbvil Ar 9.14am' 5.50pm C5J(.hi ia-lu- m Ar Vcrslles Ar 7opm 4.15pm 7 II Main Ar Midway Ar 7.35am S.3pm ' pw iZiapmAr ucorgtn L,v 7.05am 3.00pm MR5,QQ IM TWkrJIT lii KANTIU1UM1. westbocnd. tNo. 1.'N1- - 5. Loulsvil AMiaSUam 7.3Jpm luriim tittpin'Lv Vcrslles Ar 7.55am! 4.40pm llirium 7pin;ArNlchlviUArj (i58am iSOpm 7.4i l.upm 4.pin'Lv HSipm statioks. tNo. 6.'fNo. 2. ArLo inum Ar Kikucvillr..... Ar Ar Savannati.... . Ar Jacksonville. Ar Ar Ar Ar Lv Ar Ar Chattanooga Macon Lv jta noKS. Imivt-iliu- . lAr Irvine ArKichmudLv &05am 2.25pm i i.spm Lv... 1 Atlanta..... 'aitanoo?a .... ... ia05pm'lit3pm Iti.minsham Miviilian -- ijara &30aml 8.S0am Ar Orleans. ....... No 1 rarrhs Free Chair car Louisville to there conncclfns with Solid VestiLn bule Train carrj-InPullman Sleeping Car to JiuiiM'nvlllc via Chattanooga; also to New N-- vr lii-ts iv JfJtMnvillc 1035pm 7.10pm 7.45am l.xum I.15nia 5.00am 9.10am 5Jftpin a 00am 1.10pm ia40pm; 1.05am; .8.13am' 6.10pm 8.15am 105.Sam No. 1. No-- 3. t 7.4iam 7.45pm Bethlehem, Pa , several das ago and will shortly be shipped to the arsenal. When the gun is finished it will be mounted at Sandy Hook. It will be for An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist feet long, and will require a Makes a Free Offer to Our Headers. special 100,000 poand car for its transThe distinguished New York chemist, T. A. portation. John F. Meigs, under whose Slocum. demonstrating his discovery of a re- supervision the gun is being built, says liable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, of it: "Its projectile will weigh about throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline 2,:'.00 pounds, and its velocity will be in and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting awav. will send THREE FKEE the neighborhood of 2,000 leet per seBOTTLES (all different) of his New Discovcond. Tho effective range of such a eries to any afflicted reader of the Climax gun would be not less than ten miles, writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cured thousands and its extreme range would be in the permanently by its timely use. and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering neighborhood of fifteen miles." The humanity to donate a trial of lis infallible nearest appioach to this distance here cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and tofore was the so called jubilee shot in this great chemist, patiently- experimenting for years, has produced results as beniucial to England, where the projectile traveled Bucklen's Arnica Salve. humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius. His assertion that lung troubles and twelve miles. The gun will weigh 120 The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. consumption are curable in any climate is tons, and cost $120 000. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Ilheum Fever proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," filed in his and European laboratoSores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilries in thousand jora those cured in all parts IN THE KLONDIKE. of the world. blains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, Medical cxper concede that bronchial, and positively cures Piles, or no pay rechest and lung tronlcs lead to Consumption, From all that can bo learned the rush which, uninterrupjed , means speedy and cerquired. It is guaranteed to give perfect tain death. to the Klondike this spring is going to Simplv write to T. A. Slocum. M. C 98 Pine satisfaction or money refunded. Price 6treet, New York, giving postorBce and express be something unprecedented. 25 cents per box. For sale by Perry & address, and the free medicine will be promptDays of M0 aro to be discounted by ly sent. Sufferers should take instant advanThomas' Drug Store, Succetsors to W. tage of his generous proposition. days of 'OS, and it is estimated that G- Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer the dec-1u"ite. ly jly7-l- y in the Richmond Climax. 250,000 adventurous people will crowd into the frozen lar-- of gold this year. LET THIS BE THEIR MONUMENT. In view of these facts it will be well lor those who contemplate makingthe venJulian Hawthorn of tho New York ture to consider well before undertak- Journal suggest that a monument be ing it. erected to the memory ot tho American Facts are hard to obtain from tho sailors who lost their lives in the de3d Klondike gold fields, but it seems from struction of the battleship Maine. That A Book for Younn and Old. $ j the best evidence attainable that the is a good suggestion, and will probably be acted on ,says the Omalia Hut a shaft of marble will not RECORD NERVOUS of itself do justice to the occasion. These Beauty Ferri iot sailors were buned in Cuban soil. The BLOOD IOi l3 flealth7; best and most lasting monument that W 250,000 1 may be constructed to their memory is Jf w DISEASED;' the transformation of the island of Cuba PRIVATE :j Features don't mat- from a condition of subjectiou MEM fk DISEASES to a monter so much. Most any features will do archy iuto a free and independent state CURED if the complexion is whose government shall obtain its powclear, the pvk lirinVif ers from tho contest ot the governed. and the lips rosy. Hearty, healthy The 251 American bailors whose bodies is better than mere beauty of CURED features. A face full of the glow of good now rest in Cuban boil, and whose souls health full of the kindliness and good go marching on, will not have died YOUNG humor that health brings, is bound to wholly in when isnurant of the terriblo crime you vain il their blood is permitbe an attractive face a face that will werocommittirg. Did you only consider make friends. The face tells the story ted to water the treeof liberty thatseems the fascinating allurements of this evil habit? When too latntn nrniil th ter of the whole body. " Murder will out " to have obtained firm root on tho island rible results, were your eyes ojcned to B and so will "female weakness" and of Cuba. 111. I .., 1.4b. An in ... I. frill, nervousness and other disorders peculiar liood contract anr PJIIVATE or HLOO n The people ct the United States ought dieae7 Wcroyoucured? Do you now to women. nod then see some alunnintr srmntnnw? If there is a driin on the system and to erect a hiarble shaft to tho memory Dare you marry in your present You know. "LIKE FATHER. strength, the record of it will show in of these sailon, hut the most enduring LlKh iON." If married, are you conthe face. If thire is nerve nagging reminder ot these sacrifice stantly living in dread? Is marriage a will be Cuba "bearing down" piins, dragging and fail aro with you on account of any weakpulling at the mast sensitive organs in a libre; and Cuba ubre will be at once a ness causrti by early abuso or later excesses? Have you been drugged with uuuno me jace win snow It. splendid rnonu uent to the mighty dead mercury? This booklet willpointoutto Abused nerves draw lines of care and and a practical advantage 10 you the rcsultn of them crimes nnH nnint iho worry on the face-- . Nervous prostration out how our SEW METUOD T will positively euro you. It writes its warning on the face lontr hpfnr chows how thousands have been saved by it comes. Sleeplessness, nervousness and our KKW TUEATiMENT. It nrovej $100.uu in uulu U1VEN AWAY. debilitating drains make more wrinkles how we can OITARANTKK T1 frmiV. ANY CURABLE CASE 01 NO PAY. than age. The Youth's Advocate. Nashville, ve treat and enro hallbSlONS, of the sickness of women lenn., a sixteen page illustrated journal VARICOCELE. SYPHILIS. GLEET comes from some derangement of organs STRICTURE. IMPOTENCY. SEl a paper that is read with' interest and CRET DRAINS. UNNATURAL distinctly feminine. of this KIDNEY and BLADIIT!Il eickness can be cored and avoided by the profit by people of all agts offers one diseases. use of Dr. Pierce'is Favorite Prescription. hundred dollars in gold to the1 person There is nothing' miraculous about the who will form the greatest CURES GUARANTEED number of " Favorite Prescription "nothing L be e self-evide- majority of good claims in that region have alrea ly been taken up, and that people without capitol have no chance of surcess there. There is little use to urge conservatism upon men who are suffering- from an attack of the gold fever. .Nothing but cold experience can allay the burning heal of such a disease, and yet it is a duty to speak words of warning C'crtaiuly the man with capital will have a poor chance in a country so inhospitable as the Klondike, and in a region where mining claims have already been taken up. This is and the part of wisdom would be for such men to stay at home. Suffering and death are ever present in the Klondike. They will be more manifest than ever this season, and if f of the 250.000 announced to go shall finally reach that country, the tragedy ot next winter will be terrible in its dark realities. one-hal- George A. Park. He led to the c r FKlici: 520.00 Hi uvljj, O BicycIe.Qold Watch, Diamond Hymeneal alter, on February 14, Mrs. Y a Win?, or a Scholarshiri in xiraugnon s I'racuou jousiness Sallie Frazier, ot .Miller's Cieek. The College, Nashville. Tenn.. or is a most estimable young lady. bride Texarkana. Tex., or a chol- reputable business colOur best wishes are extended to the srship in most any other the U. S. can be secured lege or literary school in by doing a little work at home for thc Youths happy couple. Advocate, an illustrated journal It is elevating in character, moral in tone, and There are three little things which especially interesting and profitable to young but read do more work than any other three little people, all ages. with interest and profit by people of Stories and other interesting matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. things cieated they are the ant. the Agents wanted. AodreS3 Youths' Advocate Pub. bee and DeWitt's Little Early Risers, Co., Nashville, Tenn. Mention thu paper.J aug!8-l- y the last being the famous little pills for stomach and liver troubles. Douglas & TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Wines Druggist. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure. heart-of vicinity, his arrow pierced the Avi feb2-t- f Silver Knight Publishing Co., WASHINGTON, D. C. BICinOXD, Wit. OR NO PAY. Oor plan is a new application of an old prin. based uiwii the actual experience of sueceiu ance companies, coverinsr a period of over 20O years. Tbe snme priti pay while von LIVE. both, onlv " THEY pav when von DIE. WE "Her tbe INVESTMENT feature. TH E Y protect In case of DEATH. DIIR i 1 Lwlli. VE t t- -, . BED WETTING CURED Mrs. B. M. ROWAN, Milwaukee, mch3-ly With thew, tleath ia the movinc factor, caasin? the payment the po!ic nite and fixed raatheraaticsl rule, in lieu of death, matures the policy. o-- INSURANCE IS A LAW AVERAGE. . foil tl People vw?i y They figure on o many men oat of a thousand dyia; we figure obso man. kill the man we kill the policy There is no reason why a man should die to reap the benefit of his investment. Vou can afford to indulge yourself or yoni family in tbe luxury of a eood weekly newsWe return an average of J2.70 for every dollar paid a", aad yet we assume an 'i d as ;reat aa has been assumed ami paid for years by the Iead:n . paper and a quarterly magazine of fiction. than You can get both of these publications with companies of America. -almost a library of good novels for $s per year. (II ff? A1 n'y about . Only thisoi-n- twenty (20) per cent, of the people sar- - .a v"-v and hhalthy. who lkastskki it there not the jarcyi. i can ostix per ci;i iife I'isCKAtra. Why shou Id carry an be a meaa provided where' v t . ciK-iw i. ui 4ir iiujiuiatiuu ii lfivexmenE tne same as tne xavorcd f can get life insurance? Onr mission is to open the door to tutr entire population to en samo or greater b nefits for an equal or less expenditure, considering the advantage to rived, and thoe advantages may be enjoyed during life by the one making the mvestmen- - "GOOD TIMES HAVE CdE. one-thir- rV tf?raf lJIB B'AfV your. V1 d ffflN fiiJoivi NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. - FREAKS OF THE FICKLE TYPE. 25c. For sale by W. G. White, Druggist. Richoct6-6mond, Ky. m - Arac-ic- an 5 i1Mtti$aW:'3&'S'. MM mi n of mii& r MMi The editor of a north Georgia weekly wrote it 'Sweet are the uses of adversis-ty- " and so did Shakespeare. But when the paper came out it read: "Sweet are the uses of advertising-- " This error of the type is not so reprehensible as that which came near making a madman of Horace Greeley. He wrote it, "No cross no crown" and the compositor put in print, 'No cows, no cream." The logical sequence of the printer's proposition could not be questioned, but it ruined a column editorial just the same. On another occasion Greeley is said to have called into use the quotation "Tis true; 'tis pity, and pity 'tis 'tis true." IV his complete consternation and disguest, it came out in the paper, ""Its two 'tis fifty; 'tis two 'tis fifty, 'tis fifty two." All of which goes to show you never can tell. SCRIBNER'S Magazine For 1898. A society for classical study has been organized at the State College in Lexington. 0UR7WECURE World-Heral- d. KPlI'lie 11 of 1 ji 1 yf whole-Eomene- ss tea as con-Jit- means pain, danger and possible death for some wives. For others it msaus practically no discomfort at all. There i3 no reason why childbirth should be a period of pain and dread. fc'ev. crat months before a woman becomes a mother she , should prepare herself for tho critical ordeal. There is a preparation made which is intended for this this wonderful preparation is purpose alone. Tho name of ComiffiWii.. Bab yS'Sr T n .sSS vr Ks' 5 -- iuj, Butter's Friend. TREAT-JiEN- m Nine-tent- Nine-tent- i nearly all suffering. Best results follow if the remedy is used during the whole period of pregnancy. It is tho oniy remedy of tho kind in the world that is endorsed by l danger and childbirth, and takes away all organ concerned in distension, gives elasticity to every cles and re- -' lieves the the mus- It relaxes ternally. plied to be It is a liniment apex- CS:nSF CAT7S2. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kid-- ! neys is the chief cause of bladder States. There is no learned judge, s,Zzd. troubles. So the womb, like the blad dcr, was create:! for one purpose, and if ' lawyer, or court of justice that 3 not doctored too much is not liable to capable of reconciling the effort w iti weakness or disease, except in rare cases. the constitutional laws that govern It is situated back of and very close to the issue of money in this countrv the bladder, therefore any pain, disease Thc people have been decerned, or inconvenience manifested in the kidneys, back, blalder o- urinary passage is officials in power, chosen to adminisoften, by mistake, attributed to female ter justice under the laws, have weakness or womb trouble of some sort. ignored their sworn duty, and given Tlie error is easily made and may be as aid to the scheme that has paralyzed easily avoided. To find out correctly, industry, reduced property values set your urine aside for twenty-fou- r DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. Lone-haland beggared millions. hours; a sediment or settling indicates There is no authority of law, either EAST BOUND. kidney or blaJder trouble. Tbe mild a.m. p.m. and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kil- specific or by inference, by which Lve Frankfort., ,. 6 30 3 00 The present schedule of Illinois Central Rail- Arr Elkhorn . 6 45 3 20 mer's Swamp-Uoo- t, the ereat kidnev and gold alone is made the only money ... 6 51 road, in addition to shortening the time to " Switzer. 3 32 Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier " Stamping Ground 7 02 3 48 bladder remedy, is soon realized. If you with which to discharge debts, either " Duvnlls 7 08 Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, 3 53 need a medicine yon should have the Texas, Mexico, Ariiona and California The " Georgetown , 7 a) 4 15 The effort to splendid train service with which the Illinois Lve Georgetown s 00 4 30 best. At druggists fifty cents and one public or private. .. Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled Arr Newtown... .. S'12 4 42 dollar. You ciay have a sample bottle make it so is unconstitutional and a ' Centreville-- .. , "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than 4 52 8 22 ' Elizabeth. both sent free bv mnil national calamity. Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned 8 28 4 53 and pamphlet territory. . 8 40 5 10 Mention the Clim vi and send vour ad "Paris The Central is the only line which runs Free . Plain and ample information, facts, dress to Dr. iXJuier. & Co., WEST BOUND. Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled train . p.m. A. "r xue from Louisville to the South, also a wecSly Lve 1. mi. iTopneiors ot tins paper and truth, concerning this almost sucParis .. 9 20 5 30 Kuanuuvtt me genuineness j Pullman Tout 1st Car for California, of this oner. 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