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MADISON COUNTY, Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. KENTUCKY, A WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1898. SrTElfiirrtilSrftiJS NUMBER 40. I i- - LaGrippe9 Followed by Heart Disease, Cured by DR. MILES HEART CURE. SIMPLY Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. STEAL. IMfggfl"ggIsg.faMl Ism Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon- day. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Nicholasvillc, Jessamine county, thir J Monday. Winchester, Clark Monday. Versailles, Mon da v. NEW RULES countv, fourth woodford count', fourth AND DRIVERS. FOR RIDERS Ehulta Safety TTtlSetrco ConpUnn. TTTites of Dr. lilies' Heart Cure. "Tiro ano an attack of LaGrippo left rao T7it2i a ueak heart. I had ran down In flesh to aero eUln and bono. I could not sleep lying darn for smothering spells; frequent sharp darting pains and palpitation caused a constant fear of endden death, nothing could Induce mo to remain away from homo over rlrht. My local physician prescribed Dr. lilies' Ileart Cure and la a few daj-- I wa3 cbla to Bleop well and tho pains gradually lessened, and finally ceased. I reduced tho the doses, having gained fifteen pounds, and am now feeling better In every way than I have for years. " Dr. Miles' Eemedles or. ; are sold by all drug"CWHso' gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle rtsatl Hiss benefits or money reRoctorcst 4p funded. Book on disKeerihS eases of the heart and nerves free. Address, DC MILES MEDICAL 00, Elkhart, Ind. j&jr E. C. C. SHUXT3. ot T71ntc03t. Iara, i wn Inventor and manufacturer cf A T sSS m PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D W. MILLER. Attocn-ey-at-La- Richmond, Office in - - Kentucky. the Bnrnam Building, next door to feb3-l- y Farmer's National Bank. J. -- &.. STJZjZjT" Attorxey-at-La- KENTUCKY. Office over Tavlor's Hani ware store, opposite Court Houe, on Main Street. RICHMOND, - - II. B. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. Richmond, Office No. 13 First St., up stairs. 31-3- 0 J. C. & D. M. CHENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, OTice on Second street, over grocery. Chen-ault- 's PHYSICIANS. DR. JOHX M. FOSTER, Richmond, - Kentucky V Telephone t efike and residence. DR. H. It. GIBSOX, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond. OtEce in the Joe Cc.linj building, 18 and ao SecJ- ond Street, oer Wone ald druestore. Section 1. No rider or driver shall be allowed to compete on the grounds of a member until he slutll have obtained a license from the Secretary of The National Trottiuj; Association. Such licence must be applied for annually. Each application must the full name and address of applicant, wit nessed by nn officer of the Association, or the at the place where he resides, and be accompanied by two photographs of applicant. Sec. 2. In case of emergnncv a member may permit a rider or driver to .ompete pending action on an application for a licen&e, but in all cases the wiiiuinjsof the horse or horses driven by lum shall be withheld until the license is issued or notice received from the Secretary ot The National Trotting Association to pay the premium. If, at the end of thirty days, tliu license is not produced, the premium retained shall he distributed among the other liorbeo under the rules. Sec o. A license can be revoked by order of the President of The National Trotting Association subject to appeal of the Hoard of Review and suspended until penalties imposed by o'der of the member are provided for. Sec 1. A license will be issued free ot charge to all riders or drivers against whom there are no claims on thebooks of The National Trotting Association when application is filed. Sec 5. Riders or drhers must provide and wear their own distinguishing colors, and shall not be allowed to start in a race or other public performance unless in the opinion of the Judges they are properly and neatly dressed. Sec G. No licensed rider or driver can without good and sufficient reasons decline to be substituted by Judges as required by Rule 27, Section 0. Any rider or driver who refuses to be so sub stituted may be fined or suspended, or both, by order of the Judges. Sec. 7. Any rider or drivi-who is intoxicated, or who refuses to comply with the directions of the Judges, or who is reckless in his conduct and endangers the safety of horses or their riders or drivirs in the race may be removed aud another rider or driver substituted at any timeduring the race, and the offending rider or driver may be fined, suspended or expelled. And the substituted rider or driver shall be compensated as provided in Section G of Rule 27. Sec. S. A rider or driver shall not ride or drive a horse in a race without personal knowledge as to the eligibility of the horse to compete in said contest. A rider or driver violating this section shall be subject to the penalty, if any, that follows the horse. (Sec Rule 7, Secpost-maste- r, United efforts on the part of all those opposed to the gold clique will result in a victory for bimetallism. There is but one question of paramount importance before the people of the United States. There are many question of secondary importance, but the money question is of the first importance, and upon that common matter of agreement all factions of all parties opposed to the single gold standard can uuite. In discussing the proposed union of all the gold clique opponents, the famous Solon Chase of Maine, leaderof the New England greeubackers, savs: 'The gold Democrats can no more dictate the policy of the Democratic party than the whigs could the Republican party. Although the Democratic paity is not free from sin, it has redeemed itself by casting out devils. and therein lies its strength. years, agitation on "After twenty-fiv- e the money question, it has now reached that point where the public demands a settlement of the problem. Silver must be recognized as a competitor of sold on the basis of 1G to 1. The issue cannot any moro be dodged or than the slavery question could. 'The Republicans did not elect Fremont, but, without changing their platform, they elected Abraham Lincoln. We did not elect Rryau iu 1S9G, but we will in 1900 on the platform of 189G. A union of all parties opposed to the gold standard should be effective." There is wisdom in this, backed by the evidence of history. Fremont's defeat paved the way for Lincoln's success, and, in like manner, the Democratic defeat of lbOo has paved the way for Democratic victory in 1900. Everything points to Democratic success. The house can hardly fail to be after next fall's election. The Senate is now safely on the side of bimetallism. The fight is going to be conducted in the open. Republican hypocrisv and duplicity have been exposed, and the battle will be for gold monometallism or for bimetallism, and in such a fight the majority will be with the buneatllists. pro-slaveside-tracked The Kansas Pacific Railroad earns a net income of over $1,000,000 a year. This means that it has an open market value of at least $25,000,000. The Government's claim against it is S12,929,C90. A head of that claim is a first mortgage of 7,282,000 which the Government must eatisty if it should buy the road. Thus for S20.210.G90 the Government could secure a property which actually pays 4 per cent interest on $25,000,000. (IJFlpMjgJajgJBfrpJajgj SlrifRyinrisrrFlirr t I " II ill E3fraBnaJB?HJa.fTaafrHJBfTaa(Tti InllMirMSfrllMLllM II II ""II I ! - HiHHBkMIBnBBfla SJSTTHJsrfHJSirrirS! I NEW HARNESS AfND 5! POWDER Absolutely Puro D royal BJucma powdcr co., new vobk. E WHAT IS A KISS? r A Narrow Escape. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada E. Hart, of Groton,S. D., 'Was taken with a bad cold which 6ettled on my lung-cough set in and finally terminated in Consumption. Four Doctors gave me up saying I could live but a short time. I gave myself up to my Savior, determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet My husband my absent ones above. was advised to get Dr. King's Now Dis covery for Consumption, Coughs, Colds. I gave it atrial, took in all, eight bottles. It has cured me, and thank God I am saved and now a well and healthy woman." Trial bottes free at Perry and Thomas Drug Store. Regular size 50c and SI 00 guaranteed or price refunded. , A student of humanity, residing in St. Louis, has collected definitions of a kiss from persons more or less competent to speak on this important subject. Here are some of the definitions: To a bashful mau the acme of agony. Woman's passport to her husband's purse. The poorest mother's richest gift. The safety valve of exuberant feeling. Nature's Volapuk. The drop that causes the cup of bve to overflow. A action that meets with mutual approval. Cupid's sealing wax. It's like the wind blows felt but not seen. That in which two heads are better than one. Two orbiculars in a state of contraction and in anatomical juxtaposition. Cupid's cruising smack. Printing without ink; no proof sheets wanted. Report at headquarters. The sounding system used by the operator in sending a telegram to the heart. The sweetest fruit of the tree of love. The best tincture in the household medicine cupboard. Love's most ecstatic expression and sorrow's sweetest balm. A woman's most effective argument. The striking of a love match. A thing that cannot be taken without giving, and cannot be given without taking. A universal plaster that heals all wounds given in thoughtless tiffs. Enlargement of the heart, the symptom of which is contraction of tho mouth. A "stick" of matter two "heads" and an application. Much prized by two of use to no one. The dew on the flower of love. The electric motor that sends the trolley of love to the recorder's office. The soul's plenipotentiary. two-face- Again, if the Government should buy, its purchase would utterly extinguish more than $11,000,000 of junior mortgage bonds, held by the proposed purchasing syndicate and its clients, while if the syndicate buys this ciaim of ill, 000,000 remains good. It is absolutely certain, theretoro, that if the Government should bid the full amount of its claim $12,929,090 tho syndicate would bid more. The Government would get back all its money, as it should. But for some still mysterious reason the Government has agreed that the syndicate shall get the property for less than of the Government's claim. That is to say, the Administration has bargained to give the syndicate $6,020,090 of the people money. The thing i3 a steal. Congress ought to stop it. one-ha- lf PS gig Mm jf3 raua SADDLERY FIRM! " ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssspssssssss Lf AVING purchased the stock of goeds of the Richmond Harness and Saddle. Company, John T. McClintock and George TV". "White have formed a partnership to operate a First-clas- s Saddle and Harness Store next door to Fox's Livery Stable. - gilt R, i ll Bjrl. ULL LINE -- ".aTTVBSs, TkvAVes, CVvavrvs, 2ues, "RatWoarvas, Zz. Vso &5uY SAwe, o wc Soo&s. m ifpj 11 sjffl THJE3 mm Our goods are domestic and imported, and guaranteed. Our workman from "Wisaddle department is in charge of a first-clas- s nchester. Our store the largest and brightest; our goods the equal of the best. Our prices lowest. Call and examine our stock and get our prices. Respectfully, P ITU I any d After years of untold suffering from piles, B. W. Pursollof Knitnersville, Pa., was cured bv using a single box of Witch Hazel Salve. Skindkeases such as eczema, rash, pimples and obstinate sores are readily cured by this Douglas & Wines. famous remedy De-Wit- McClintock I ! I & White. 1 I SUBMARINE WARFARE. m thj m m m rm m m m m ... fTHJ g a fthj m thj m raiJErpiJFiireiJBfTsrrtilEsrTsra frrlJBmlpLlEarrlilBfrlBf "'"1 "" ' IBfaiiaar7aSf?aE3THJBrrElSr7HJarrHJ sTHiEaTHJaiTHJg7Hii3f?tiJta7aBfTaB fp mfi MM&M&MJ&MMMfI&M I s fei THi rtu el Chicago Dispatch. KniraKiHnanujBW'waanBaHaHBaHBanDnnn In case of war with Spain a good deal of the fighting would be ou the sea, and it is not improbable tiiat some of it might be under the sea. With the Holland submarine boat diving and swimmiugabout in New York a harbor, while tiie Spanish cruiser lay there at anchor, the possibilities of submarine attack in case of war were manifestly evident, and could not fail to make au impression upon the minds of all concerned. History has a way of repeating itself and the miracle of the Monitor, which changed the character and construction of all the navies of the world, may find a repetition in the miracle of a successful submarine torpedo boat. It is alleged that the Holland boat can cruise under water at any depth for a period of four hours, making a speed of eight knots an hour. What chance woulJ the greatest battleship now alloat have against such an euem ; No other defense against an invading fleet would be required ill any port of the United States than a good supply of submarine torpedo boats. Long distance guns, powerful armor, thousands of marines, the wisest and most cautious officers could avail nothing against this invisible and deadly attack. Yankee invention has within the last thirty ears revolutionized naval architecture; possibly another revolution is to be created by the same inventive and daring people. Viz-cay- C&D jMiMiiiJii !ix McCormick ? a O fS) Ks&v ros. m M?j - Installment Hous I N WS-T- m in Tf Price Fighters . vi5Ci " ' Th e W I m Kga .! " H 1 There are three little things which do more work than any other three little CUBA SHOULD BE FREE. CHAS. HOOKER, T ' ETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. ctennary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. crOflice up stairs, over store recently accused by Richmond. Harness Co , East Main St., Richmond. Ky. apr7-ly tion 2) Sec. 9. Whore any associated member confines its entries and riders and drivers absolutely to its members then a license for such riders aud drivers shall not be required. iYRUP PEPSI 'CURES CONSTIPATION.! Why The Flag Was al Hall DR. CALDWELL'S ! . C. Ofhce Almost simultaneously with the Collins Uuildintr, Main Street. Telephone nt residence fthe Curr place) on news of tho destruction of the U S. uroiiuwaj . report Battleship Maine came RirHMOXD, Medicine and Snrnery. JASPER, M. D - Kentucky. Kast. the that the office of the collector of inter- nal revenue was to be moved to DanEVANS, M. D., G. V. ville. A bran new U. S. flag was run up on the new Government Building pole and many inquired the cause of Surgeon, Physician axd the flag floating at half mast. With Richmond. - - - - Kentucky. sorrow evenly divided over the loss of the ship and the removal of the office DR. T. J. TAYLOR, to "Little Britain," it was with some Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, hesitancy that tho true reason was Kentucky given. Postmaster Willis explained, Richmond. however, to the insistent inquirers S"Office and residence on Second Streetthat the stars and stripes had bean by orders of the secretary tion. DS1TTAL 5UF.S23T. English newspapers take this view of of the Navy as a mark of respect for the situation, and the London Spectator, the sailors who lost their lives in the a conservative journal not unfriendly to Havana harbor. Spain, advises President McKinley to DENTIST, order the Spanish troops out of Cuba. OP LOUISNXLLS, KY. Such action would meet with appro next door to Government Building, val on the part of the people of this to 4. RlchmSnd, Ky. Office hours- -9 to novl"-l- y countrv and would be a measure through . which peace with honor could be serooms torrent. cured. Four nice ... - Administration newspapers are trying to convince theAmerican people that a money indemnity is all that should be asked of Spain if it should be established that the Maine was destroyed by outside agencies. Such a proposition is repugnant to every feeling of patriotism and honor. Money canuot pay tor the lives lost in that awful disaster, nor can it make amends for the dastardly attack on the honor of this Government. In discussing this question the Washington Times says: "Certainly we must make a demand of some kind by way of introducing the subject with grace and dignity. Probable the shortest cut would be to denounce the treachery of Spain and to simply demand the instant evacuation of Cuba by Spanish troops. "To secure political independence for the Cubans at this time would be a more fitting memorial to the dead than any that could be erected by hands, or paid for with Spanish doubloons. It is almost au insult to our slaughtered blue jackets to measure their suffering and frightful death in money." But the granting of freedom to Cuba would have a wider meaning than is given to it by the Times. It would remove a constant menace of war between this country and Spain. As long as a state of conflict exists in Cuba this! country will be in constant danger of becoming embroiled with Spain. Tho question should.be settled now in order that peace may be assured to the na- things created they are the ant, the bee and De Witt's Little Early Risers, the last being the famous little pills for stomach and liver troubles. Douglas & Wines Druggist. thrill of terror is experienced TOBACCO SALES. when a brassy couh of croup sounds through the house at night. But the A number of plant beds in Woodford terror soon chansep to relief after One have been sown and the present indica- Minute Cough Cure has been administions points to a very large acreage of tered. Safe and harmless for children. tobacco this year, says the Woodford Douglas & Wines Druggist. Sun. One man estimates that the acreage planted will be as large as that of ORATORICAL ASS0C1A lS9o. A single grower near Mortons-vill- o TI0N. has purchased 1,'JOO yards of cot ton for plant beds. This means lots of The committee of the Iuter Collegipoor quality tobacco at losing prices, as ate Oratorical Association met at Lexgood tobacco land in Woodford is scarce, ington Saturday to make arrangements comparatively speaking. Better plant a for the approaching contest to be held smaller acreage and cultivate it in first-cla- in this city in April, tays the Georgeorder. town Times. Georgetown College was Mr. V. F. Zeigler, agent of Liggett & represented by G. A. Williams and T. Myers, last week bought of Jas. H. Hu- B. Snyder. The Central Xews of Cenlett, of Jessamine, his crop of 30,000 tral University was made the official pounds of tobacco at 14c organ ot the Association, and the numMr. W. L. Thomas bought Monday ber of judges was changed from five for Mr. Isham Riley the crop of Mr. A. back to three. The topices discussed Schoberth and tenant, 8,000 pounds, at were the changing of the location of the 8Mc other neighboring town where the expense would be less, and the forming of Jessamine Journal: Jacob Troutman an Debating Associasold his crop of tobacco yielding 18,300 tion. Both of these matters were left pounds off of 10 acres at 12)c per pound, in the hands of committees. The comwhich brought S2,2S7,50: an average of mittee apjourned to meet again next $22S,75 per acre. Who can beat this? Sunday. A E ss Inter-Collegiate i p m m you need anything in the FTJliNITTJRE line, call and see guarantee to save you from 25 to 50 per cent, on all kinds of US, TYO !& Furniture and Mattresses. EZ3XZMS3BlnBH!iiBHIaSsKXBIBBBB FURNITURE SOLD ON INSTALLMENTS. Bed Room Suites, 3 Pieces Prom $18 up. m m I-- I rtenj t t - Hall Racks, $1.50. War&ropes, $9.00 up. Center Tables, 75c. up. OT VT .JUU lVlll 170 iT D f f T JX. .Ct mC Jr XJ ATT TTTVTe V7X JL TTrT JL KJXj.i.l.O, ittjre, Eoot Stools, Couch Pillows, all kinds of Furniture and Matresses paired and made new. WJ Xj T H X d ilJUOV 4 S -- ITXJlXVJCj V k TTTTf TITVll XJLXXi TVT -- A VyVJ-AV- 4 4 .iXXjW-n- . TJ,TTT-.UXi-Ll- - re- - fea ..u m I Awnings in I 1 Of all kinds, made to order at Bock-Bottom Prices. Ka3iSgegRS half-mast- ed Hungry rs-Offi- ce 12-- 1 Call at Dental Olfice of Dr. Hob-so- n, m 09 M.uscles 1 UTHDUIPIf m S ffl DKdTllCDC 1 m Jumped His Board Bill. "W. Ii. "White, claiming to represent the Catholic World, of New York City, jumped his board bill, at Mrs. W. F. Francis Saturday andskipped for Winchester, atwhich place ho was arrested Wednesday and brought back to Richmond. He was fined $10 and cost in Police Court Thursday, aud being unable to pay the fine was remanded to next door to postoffice. QR. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. over Collins' Grocery, same office UtelycoTpied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. anl2-l- y HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. Paekeksbueq, W. Va., January 28, 1995. The Why is it every sarsaparilla which tries to sell itself, ranges itself against Averts as the istand-ar- d ? Why is it that .all have to bigger offer extra inducements bottles, fancy wrappers, cheaper price anything, everything, but the one inducement of quality ? have to be fed. Give them rich, pure blood and they glow with health; give them poor blood and they do not recuperate exercise does not refresh you. If you are worn out, nervous or feeble, there is one thing that will aid you pure, rich blood. There is but one way to gam it iiyir in n. n lU)lI(U)(Lsl&9 lIsiliDlLllSlill Kellew SECOND ST. BmTfa ft ftps' '$' iPti jH 1P lr pi f-- lfex 1 I i&i d OTH". i 11 VI jail. arsaparilla QUART G. W. Hunter Will Represent C. U. BOTTLES. Sirsa papilla has never been equaled by any cheap imitation of it, and quality tells, just as blood tells. Wright Mej. Co., Columbus, Ohio In the oratorical contest between members of the literary societies of Central University last Tuesday night to select a representative for the college in the Kentucky oratorical contest which takes place in Loxington April 1, G. W. Hunter, of Harrodshurg, Ky., was tho winner. His subject was: "Religion: Its Relation to Reform." There were six contestants. inter-collegiate For thirty years it has stood at the head; THE remedy for poor blood. Quart bottles, $uoo a bottle. Begin this day to give your muscles good food. WILUAnS, DAVIS, ww lllifell Z s Hlfep Winter Schedules :srjr. M 1 BROOKS & CO., Detroit, " i" -- -- filch. " Try Uvercttes the Famoas Llttls Liver Pills. 35c EIOHEOITID, IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER A. Sold by D. Z. & T. B. Taylor, Waco. Ky. -- at K o O nt )? QUEEIT & CRESCEHT EOUTS, Ewrs CigcJHMati te New Orieaas The Sure La Urippe Cure. Wright's Celery l. ber, 1S94. ami find them to be as first becan taking them I while at Hot Springs. Aik . under treatment for Sciatic Bheumatum, Liver and Stomach trouble Constipation which I had been a long sufferer. I found the Celerv Capsules pave me jireat relief jrom the beginninj; and have used them ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited,! recommend them to any and all sufferinj: with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours. Charles T Caldwell. Sold by T. S. Hagan, Drasrrist. Price 50c ents and $1.00 per box. Call at drug6store and get free sample. recom-mpnde- I have been usinjr Gentlemen:Capsules since Novem- There is no use suffering from this dreadful malady if yon will only get the it Is Ifce Stia&rl. right remedy. You are having pains "I have EoldAyer'a SarsaparDla formoro all through your body, your liver is out years, and have never than twenty-fiv- e of order, have no appetite, no life or heard anything bat words of praise from ambition, have a bad cold, in fact are my ccstomers ; not a single complaint ha3 completely used up. Electric Bitters ever reached me. A preparation must possess great merit to maintain snch a repuare tho only remedy thct will give you tation. I belie ve jour sarsaparilla to be prompt and sure relief. They act the best blood purlner that has ever been on your JJiver, Stomach and Kidintroduced to the general public i.often neys, tone up your whole system and hear other manufacturers say that lids ia "a3 good as Ayer's," but no oae evi:r yet makes you feel like a new being. They heard it eaid tbat Ayar's waa "as gojl"as are guaranteed to cure or price refund,-any other kind. Xaey always set Ayr a op ed- - .For sale at Perry and Thomas S. P. sa the standard of ezcelle&ce."J i)rBf? Store, only 50c per bottle. Botce, Daktk, Miss. di-ret- nnttti oir-Tti- 7 titmiT- - . at at sai JackswTBfe ANDY CATHARTIC MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN P. 3 109 MIUSS SHORTEST. FINEST VHSTIBUEEO TRAINS "d. -- ii 3i Cf THE 11 ly H :; II II ruca76 K ".ttewt lilSOLDTELI ' trCONSriPAiTOH WJJlllBLJ.m.JIUIt iU.m GRKNITE AJW druggists T -- - wmmssitzssiiSSfssiJssi'siu. wg owro. "'J n " ' Mniumi"11"" ?' riflHdkeakletfnc Li. STEKLIJW ' "nmiifnmr kemkpi vu.. . AU. For further particulars prices, wk-ly. ;raNU7V!LersLjrst all kinds of cemetery work c&c, Through Pullman Service is unequalled. Cafe' Parlor and Observation Cars daily. Standard Vestibukd day Coaches. Get your tickets, via the Queen & Crescent Route . C. mUEARSOM, SOUTH GmI Pisi'r ;i addi'ess, fTTrin---- " - S Jpai.-- " .r vm.. T - II J a? - v- .... .' ,. M'- ftadisop MoDiiiDeijtal o ' ",. ' mm 3ffow is the time to r lt, Cincintti, . Siibscrile-GQmil&- F - - - - "?. i 1 110 IVlWlllllUllU llllildA. famrS Go. i&raTSlraFSraklrakliTSraraH The Savov: riJ I rs2 rnl iki mJ Ml MiMIiiH rarJ ra F3 ecr-iica- inJ mmi tcn--.i raTn ni .-.i mi bri L,i -- n ' mraJ i i PUBLISHED EVERY WEDKKSDAT BY ps Ccunly Llivy Reduced and Contraot Rcsd tem Adopted. Sys- The Climax Printing a PRICE . WOODS. Associate Editor. At a meeting of the Fiscal Court last Thursday the levy was reduced from 75 to 02 cents. The Court decided to purchased a rock crusher and will let contracts for road work to the lowest bidders. A (treat Deal of unnecessary expenditure of time and money inav be saved if vou will only keep a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup of J'cpsiu n ihe hous. all ordinary nickness is form the stomach; keep 1l1.1t organ in proper condition and all will be well. Syrup Pepsin is a specific. Tiia! n.ze bottles 10c, large sizes 50c and SI. 00, of, B. L. Middleton. Nine-tent- hs The Apple OrAH & -- he Wemirs Coronet? If they had said she wears a Corset and the American Lad that would explain her wonderful grace of actton and her very evident satisfaction in her own appearance to he had of. PER YEAR, 0, $1.50. 1S9S. . iif 4 rJ A 9j fgjEj! j- A&aSS. I' 'vol WEDNESDAY. MAKCII The Republican Hougo has passed a How appropriate, Republican policy creates bankrupts. bank rupcy law. Si gJSi BBliMI THE WINDSOR Hy JFFf c. , n .Q-.t- pa) '3 marJMin -- IcKixley has been in a year today. Are you any better oil for having votJournal,March4. ed for Don't ask ns? hinrf-Stanfo- rd Mystic Midgets Lilliputian Carnival of Na' .iMi tions. The Star Spangled Banner, 0, Long Miylt Wave, O'er The Land Of The Free And The Home Of The Brave. - PI S W A......... a. .................. ........... a......TTTTTV . sx J J afg BJP tee OS The bill transferring Jackson county from the Eighth to the Eleventh congressional district passed the House. Jackson has a Republican majority of from 1,203 to 1,400. The Almighty Dollar has been the one obstacle in the way of this "Wall Street Administration recognizing the belligerency of Cuba. It might hurt the stock market Thus is Liberty denied by Libertv,s own. oo 0 S Bea. l&fcxx) mc$V The host of Richmond little people who have been in training weeks for the presentation ot the beautiful scenic cantata, the Mystic Midgets, promise to make a great popular hit next Friday night. March 11. This is unquestionable one of the most beautiful and effective little productions ever written 'or children, and our own bright -- When I am big I will weeo an 'j 'c&zrLlacko B. W. TURNER, Agt Corset o Oo a and shot, black. Ir medium, long tjf I l r J Ir J C9l. 60i PE3 OS..- - 8 96 a oo a s09 00 0 9 00 09 CO0 m Tins is the lat-- t week of the General Assembly, and will be verr interesting. The election of Prison Commissioners to be settled Thursday, rivals in interest the Goebel'Bill, whilst hundreds of other bills are to be disposed of. It is stated that all bills which do rot become laws or are not passed b Thursday have little show. Commissioners Tomorrow the Prif-owill be chosen. Only four days will remain for the passage or defeat of the Goebel Bill after its return from the Governor, who wi!I veto it. but its friends confidently predict its Other big bill- - to be vetoed are the Congressional and Appellate gerrymander bills, which will be returned after the Election Kill, on Ioudav or Tuesday next. n pas-sag- 8e . RK3 ae J 'J H fa n . 0 00 OO 00 00 oao 0 0 sp nhm iip as. eo E .". O Ik IfE: THE SAVOY ee..- - at. "':. 0Wa ...i.iJiJ. 3aooooooooaoooooooaooeaooeoooeoooosooooooooioooftO(ooeooitoof') If .............. avsB(iioagvvggiiBSciliOt(laCV(llveoS9IBS yiffToSppptrjfc 00 00 O0 00 00 00 00 00 oo 00 OO 09 00 00 O0 00 0 O0 O0 ZSKS rtssjaaini If l P in a stock of goods for their three must work the public roads in their money's worth. M stores Richmond, Georgetown and respective districts, when notified by this city. Mt. Sterling Advocate. the Road Supervisors, not exceeding Thirty-on- e CaW &TV&. e.amuY& out StVcvq Saws beoxs jovibHj conversions and eighteen Dr. R. M. Phelps, of Richmond, has sanotifications are the results of the Spinal Disease the Result of a six daj-- in every year. The same y locatod here for the practice of it obligatory on the Supervisors Fall Abscesses Formed. meeting conducted at Corinth, Laurel and surgery and comes well county, by Rev. Dr. George W. Young, to notify all the d men, not recommended. His office, as will be of this city. Kentucky Clergyman Reports What exempt from duty, who live in their 1 seen by his card elsewhere, is over Hood's Sarsaparilla Did. districts, to be 0:1 h nd at the On Saturday next an interesting serIlestof All. 9 O Higgins .t McKinney's store. StanThe character of the people who respecified time and work the roads. vice will be field at the Waco Baptist To cleanse the system in a gentel and testify to the merits of Hood's Sarsapaford Jonrnal. Mr. Crenshaw has had a warrant is- truly beneficial manner, when thespring-lim- e Phone, Ao. 21. Church. The occasion being the ordiiu.rT. Dr. Northeut, of Valley View, came nation of two deacons; several visiting rilla is worthy of consideration. Read sued for the Supervisor, Mr. Horatio "- comes, use the true and perfect busjiiie'ss. what a Kentucky clergyman says: remedy. Syrup of Figs. Buy the genMrs. Win. Arnold and Mrs Harry over on the train from I.exingtog last ministers are expected and every one " When our little girl was 3 years old Thompson, charging him with failing uine. Manufactured by California Saturday. He has lately been travel- invited to be present. Song service be- she fell from a lott and strained her spine. to perform his duty, and has given the Fig Syrup Co. only, and the" sale by all B. Hanger left yesterday for a visit to for names of eight or ten men who will druggists, at 5C cents per bottle. ing through the Tenth Congressional gins at 10 a.m. Bince then she has been subject to spinal Cincinnati. District and says that the Democrats mar ? Ira disease, and lost the use of her limbs. swear that they were not notified to Mrs. J. W. Smith has been very ill up there are for When You Are Tired Hon. "W. B. Smith, of She was very delicate and did not have work the roads. Tho Shelby Sentinel for ten days at hea home on West Madison, for Governor. BUMPS 2:04 RUBE.STE1X2:05. Without extra exertion, languid, dull much appetite, and abscesses formed on significantly remarks: Main Street. ''The thing evidently cuts both ways and listless, your blood is failing to the let t aide ot her spine, which discharged Mr. W. S. Bronstou, a brotherof the continually and she was obliged to lie on Mr. Charles T. Chenault, who is in Senator from Fayette Capt. Len Hal'ard has been down and Judge Jerry supply to your muscles and other or- her right side all the time. We procurod and it is hard to tell how many quarbusiness in Winchester, spent Sunday Morton, of Lexington, were in court, gans the vitalizing and strength-givin- g with the grippe. a bottle of Uood's Sarsaparilla and she rels may be engendered if we get free CD co in Richmond. began taking it. The first etfect was to turnpikes, when there will be an inhere, Friday, in the interest of Mr. J. properties they require. Hood's Mr Vernon Vaughn, of Irvine, was 0? LEXINGTON, KY. and enable her to Mr. E. V. Elder has returned from Hull Davidson cures that tired feeling by give her an appetite taking it, and now creased necessity for working the Rev. I. B. Ti inIn Richmond Friday. sleep. She continued New York, where he purchased a fine ner! ake was with Rev. J. F. Williams, enriching and puiify the blood. It she is a healthy child with the exception roads." Mr. George Burnam sppnt several of her deformity." Rev. B. 8. yVABD, will give you energy and vigor. line of Spring goods Sunday. Harrodsburg Sayings. Wanted Young Men. Chaplin, Kentucky. Remember days at Frankfort last week. Miss Madge Hart returned home Any young man with the ambition Richmond friends of Eugene CaldMr Jame liailey, of Versailles, has .Viae. Hood's Pills are easy to l&M. Monday alter several days visit to well Blandford have received fst. Vj engraved operate. Cure indigestion,take, easy to Is tha best In fact the One True Blood Purifier. to work and learn a useful trade at been visiting Mr. T. H. Pickels. Mrs J D Armstrong biliousness. ralatives in Cynthiana. Lexington Ky - $35 50 $99 00 home, giving the possessor employannouncements ot his marriage on 25 cents. R F Johnson . .. Mr. David IL Freeman is at home Baltimore Jld 32 50 50 it HnnH' 0 flllS cure naasea Indigestion, ment any time and at any place is Mr. W. D. Oldham returned Satur- March 4th, to Miss Efi'ie May Glenn, Metcalf & Armstrong . .. . .. Lexington Ky .. 35 50 99 mi biiiouacess. rrice25c from a trip to Cincinnati. K E Shekell . . .. . Lexington Ky 31 50 96 day from the city, where he purchased at Batesville, wanted to learn the sign painting trade O M Asher Ark., where Mr. . Lexington Ky 29461.. A C Goode .. . 32 50 ffi iKss Stella Thompson, of Mt, Ster- his spring stock of goods. Lexington Ky 34 50 96 by mail, write for particulars, terms Blandford is Professor in a college. The Ice Factory is Ours. D B Goode . . .. . Lexington Ky 33 50 ling, is the g 'est of Mrs. Xealo Ben53 &C. Johnson. Nclms & Co trial 2:235. . ) LUKAXE VaXAWKEX, Baltimore Md Mr. Sam Hughes, a popular old C. U. His bride is a member of one of the 33 Bun.VAM.-t and Mrs. Thompson There has been a disposition on the . Lochner .... Louisville Ky nett. "BAUiTCSr." sired by "Baron Wilkes" 2:13. Lillian Grief 33 50 7" mnrO 2t .. St. Louis, Mo. Student, has returned to Frankfort best known families in tho city. Louisville Kv. greatest trotting stallion that has been bred LAML S. Burnam, of near Silver Creek, are part of a few citizens to divert their the 32 50 74 3 Fisher . . . Looisville, Ky Dr. T. P. and Joe S. Gardner, of after a pleasent visit here. up to now because his produce out ruce and John 32 50 74 72 Rev. John Royall Cook, Magna Cum happy over the arrival of a baby boy, patronage from the Richmond Ice Fac R Burgin Ky. The Band Concert A Great Success. out sell thi produce of anv other stallion liviK W T Wilds 3250 74 42 Irvine, were down from Irvine MonC Peay . . . .. . Lexington Ky. . or dead. Baron Wilkes sired 50 74 I 32 Misses Frances Kuckals and Belle Laude '91, at C. U., and since the paswhich has been named Logan, for its tory because it was the property of a Or T. B Gosnell When Mme. Decca sang here in 1S94 "Bumps" 2:01s,' Louisville Ky. day. . 3250 74 Oakland Baron . . Thomas Kelly . . Paris Ky Graves, of Versailles, were the guests tor of the Presbyterian Church at mother, who was Miss Susie Logan. foreign corporation, notwithstanding she had as largo an audience and as. Rubenstein 2:05 31 50 71 N Baron Dale 2:11' Tdward Sandcrgeld Louisville Kv Mrs. .1 5. Johnson and son, of Gar- - last week of Mrs. R. C. Stockton. 31 50 71 Xvdia Wiltei 2:11 U 2:ai, Burnside, Ky., lias been forced, on acMarv Sauer the fact that it produced the best ice and bad a night as the Richmond Band had Rachel Rogers 2:03 .Louisuilie Ky . 71 so . 31 50 Baron Baronet 2:11", Mrs'FJOrr Now is Tho Time Cincinnati Ohio .... 31 50 71 Baron Dillon 2:12 at the same price of other outside com on luesday night last. But no other at- Red Silk 2 10 May Taylor, of Lexington, and count of declining health, to resign Dr S II Stevenson. Miss . Chicago Illinois . 31 50 71 10 Baron Crisp 2:12'S John L Fisher Louisville Ky 30 50 69 3) Miss Dora Murphy, of Nicholasville, his charge and return to I113 old home To purify your blood with Hood's Sar- panies. Wo are glad that this objec traction except the last in four years has Bay Baron 2:12, . HonWCG Hobbs Lexington Ky 30 50 69 30 Baronraore 1:1 ('4 at Marganna, Culpepper County, Va. saparilla. March, April, May are the tion can no longer exist, as Mr. David drawn such a crowd on so Mrs A K Fritzlen . .. . Nicholasville Ky are the guests of Miss Viola Million. 3050 69 30 Brava2:ll inclement Matthew Ebcrhardt Louisville Ky trying months of the year. At this Tevis, the manager, has purchased out- an 30 50 C9 0 . . J M Mom3 Lexington Ky Miss Fltta Tavlor, of Pine Grove, has He renews his subscription to the evening what higher complement, 33 50 69 30 E D Sayre . ALL RACE RECORDS. season your blood is loaded with impuri. .. Lexington Ky Climax. right the whole plant. Acting upon a what more gratifying testimonial, 23 SO 64 32 - 23 50 64 32 been visiting Miss Elizabeth Taylor WD Locke ... Flemingsburg Ky And 41 others in the list and is as yet comparaties which have accumulated during g S Jackson. Rev J . . principle we hope that home could he desired? Tiie band boy's con- tively a foing horse. W. T. Griggs was the happy recipiLexington Ky for the past week. Winchester Dem350 69 3 Emery Hikes .. . Louisville Ky Main and Broadway 30 50 69 3 ent last week of a side of venison sent tho winter, and these impurities must people will support the hoine com- cert had been well advertised and the "Bar'Tose" is a black stallion, snip nose, Perry Crothwaite . . . . Lexington Ky ocrat. 23 50 66 S two white leet, 15 hand 3 inches hish. George D Robertson.. . . Lexington Ky by his brother-in-la27 50 61 35 Mr. J. Hume be immediately expelled. Hood's Sar- pany. To estimate the value of an ice personal influence of its members was thi3sp-ing- . In color, size and action he The Milward Company. . ...Lexington Ky Miss Ixiuise Macey, who attends 29 50 66 saparilla is the One TrueRlood Purifier. factory to any community is to imagine resembles ais sire about as much as . . PE Bell Harrodsburg Ky used to advantage to get the people to ever (jot, and has every thinp in his any colt he A C Goode. 24 50 54 53 school in Richmond, spent from Fri- Embry, who has been engaged in ex- It is the medicine with has accom.. favor that Lexington Kv . 29 50 66 S ourselves without this great blessing. come, when it was guaranteed they it takes to make up a stock horse. Stevens & Marshall Winchester Kyr 24 50 51 56 day until Monday at homo. Wood- terminating the wild beasts of Tenne- plished many thousands of ramarkablc Here'B to George D Robertson Lexington Ky the Richmond Ice Manufac- would be pleased. The result is entire- viz.: ssee. Tiie venison which was in a 25 50 56 97 Lizzie Hnbber . . ford Sun. Louisville Ky SPEED, 3REED1SQAND INDIVIDUALITY. 29 50 66 S cures of all blood uiseases. It is what tory, may it thrive and bo a source of A J Taylor good state of preservation proved a Lexington Ky ly satisfactory to all concerned. A 29 50 6G SO A J Taylor Lexington Ky The "As You Like It," Club met treat fit for tho gods. Mr. Embry the millions take in the spring to build joy to tie proprietor and the people. 'JBABiTOitE's ' 1st dam "Black 23 50 66 eo . .Louisville Ky handsome sum was netted to the band and she tho dam of Barodoise 2:20Bess" (2:22la Anna CSeadler.- at 23 50 66 S with Miss Mary Little last Saturday. sent some wild turkeys and venison up health and ward off sickness. JD PurcelL old, and "Baritone" Lexington Ky trial 2:23!U) by . 25 50 5G97 Tickets For The Launching. and tho large audience expressed its Wellinfrfon, by Kentucky Prince, sins of Gnv Fanny Perry Louisville Ky . 23 50 will meet with Miss Annie Bright to other Madison County people. 61 TJ It inar9-l. . . Paris Ky dam bv Strathmore sire o"f Thomas Kelly 27 50 On accoufr of the Launching of the satisfaction and delight by encores and 2:10 and others; 2dby 61 K 31 in 2:31; 3d dam Lexington Ky next time. r. Mambrino Patchen, she in Elizabeth Xortor. 28 50 64 32 Curd Lowrv .. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Severance, nee Nicholasville Ky Battle ship Kentucky at Newport News, liberal applause. luc greafr uowu mare list. 23 50 64 C2 J D PurcelL Messrs. G. J. White and "Wink Dun- Miss Florrie Hoath, came up on - Lexington Ky 23 colt 61 32 a Tiie new goods are coming faster than When twenty-fiv- e . Va. Thursday March 24 at ten o'clock Thurs musicians can ba ofNotice that thisspeed comes fromsire reat lino J H Baker ..i Lexington Ky breedine and 19 50 42 4" on both toand dam C L . Louisvilie Ky. day from Stanford and spent can be mentioned. Many that deserve can, of Richmond, were in Danvill and it is almost a certainty that his colts JerrySpangler 2S50 59 41 Elliott. Lewis Elliott, the deaf a. m., the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. selected in a town of this size who have side,go fast and sell well. Mason . .. Oxford Ky day to buy some vehicles for their days with Dr. and Mrs. M. C. several will 23 50 52 1 uooge.. Asa a prominent place here are crowded out Lexington Ky Heath, mute of Doylcsville, aged 87 years, will sell round trip tickets from Lexing- the time, talent and inclination to per26 50 59 41 Service fee $10 cash LAM Grief. .VLouisville Ky 27 50 61 85 parents of Mrs. Severance. The lat- died last week. He was a highlv re- ton, Winchester and Mt. Sterling (and fect themselves in orchestral or band usual return privilege at time of service with L T Milward and have to go unheralded and unsung. livery stable. or money refunded in . Lexington Ky- 23 50 52(4 case of failure. Ann Kelly. Mrs. Daniel Dejarnette, nee Miss ter seems as happy as a bird and spected citizen. Paris Kv We would call jour particular attention 27 50 61 $5 correspondingly low rates from all Cen- music, they are worthy of thesj'inpathetic ucorge uopeiand Lexington Ky 25 50 59 41 to our wall paper stock this Eeason. It Nannie Willie, arrived yesterday from brings back the same smile and sun tral towns) at $12.00 for both trains of support of the citizens. Such aid will It is economy to profit by the exper Tuesday March 22nd. Tickets will be surely give to the city a musical Virginia to visit her parents, Mr. and shiny disposition that linked so many is a superb line, exclusive patterns, friends to her in girlhood days. She ience of others. Thousands have been good seven days from date of sale. original ideas. The designers are crea- Mrs. J. B. "Willis. . Mrs. A. T. flflillion, Local Agent, self supporting and an Mr. Samuel C. Crooks, of Paynes will hear from Richmond every week cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla, why not Trains leave Lexington at 11 :25 a, m. tors of styles, not followers. New, to the placo. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY you? A. SMITH BOWMAN, Sect'v, Lexington, Ky. striking, tasteful, and prices below that Depot, Scott County, came over on Sat- as she subscribe for the Climax. ll and 8:50 p. m., and arrive Newport The instrumentation of tho band is I have for sale about two hundred jan26-l- y demanded for inferior goods. Just urday night. His wife was a Miss A Cousin Mr. Durrett White, of Millers Creek, News 11:00 a. in. and 5:50 p. m. follows: 1 Eb Clarinet, 4 Bb Clarinets, barrels of corn in the crib, in Garrard ot Coin. 1 Eb Cornet, county, or, what is as IheMerritt look over our lino, or such parts as will Todd, of this county. Estill County, was here Monday. He Among tho new subscribers of the next day. Berth rate $3.50 through ior phones, 3 Eb 4 Bb Cornets, 2 Saxo- or Dougias farm. known sold A home by an If not privately Tenors, interest you, and we are sure you will Mr. Caswell W. Tribble has a good is a native of Madison and related to Climax this weelc is W. J. Harvey, of double berth. Send in your names to 2 Trombones, Horns or Altoes', 2 Basses' before, will sell same to the highest Small wages and no incumbrance. Address, 1 Baritone, 2 Eb and agree with us as to its merits. position with the Lexington Street the numerous Whites here. He is an Baldwin, a cousin of W. II. Harvey, undersigned at once for sleeping car Bass Drum, Tenor or Snare Drum, Cym- best bidder, on the premises, on ThursWM. MIDDLETON. Union City, Ky. day, March 17, 1898, at 10 o'clock. bals, Triangle, Bells and all Traps. good citizen, a farmer, auther of Coin's financial school, and is space. Special rates at the Hotels. Railway Company, where he has been j.ne program emDraced ten members W. F. POWERS, Trustee, school teacher, surveyor, facile writer as good a silver man as he is. W. Bakney, D. P. A. Glo. for about six weeks. by the band, either in full blast or in of the Richmond Drus Company. C. & O. Ry , Lexington, Ky. Mr. A. D. Brandenburg, of Meritt, and clever gentleman. If he never We show 50 patterns that need but solos, etc, also sevearl attractive vocal Silver Creek, Ky.. xnch9-2A stomachful of undigested food is State ! selections: Miss Pattie, Mrs. G. W. to he seen to insure us a sale. AH Clark County, paid this office a pleas writes another line his fame is sucure of Ohio. City of Toledo, ) Pickels, Mrs. G. W. White. Messrs A. Ldcus County, ) ' shades, all designs to suit any room, ant call Monday, and before leaving in his famous Buck Creek wedding about as unhealthy a mass as one can Fdaxk J. Ciiexey makes oath that ho D. Flora, W. Arnold and E. E. notice which appeared in tho old well imagine. from the attic to the cellar. subscribed for the Climax. is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Mitchell. Miss Georgia Ray MacMil-lia- n What can be done with it? Estill Eagle ten years ago. It was as Cheney recited and Mr. I. F. Swallow spent Saturday in Slock, Crop and Fanning Ifflpkraeits ! There it stays. It won't digest. It city ot & Co , doing business in tho net duets bytwice little was encored. Cor. humorous as Mark Twain's best and 3V the Misses Pisg were 'loledo, County and State aforeLouisville on business for the "UniverC TBA towards Richmond a jrood Having sold the farm on which I was as ornate as a clessic He prom- churns up, ferments and decays; be- said, and that said firm will pav the sura features. sized Dog; some sen to the highest bidder, about lire, I will on Catchy, Frenchy florals and stripes in sity annual, the Cream and Crimson, ises to contribute occasionally to 10 o'clock, comes poisonous (as all putrid matter of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each Professor Minier, on whom devolved breast; long, brush tail; short, thick whiteand a. m.. at the premises, 3 miles of Richmond on head the and every case of Catarrh that cannot the entire success of tho evening so far has asulky appearance, and a big, squalling the new tones of Green, Red and Itltie. of which he is Business Manager. the Tate's Creek pike, on does) and causes great pain and Climax. Mr. White was educated at be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh as the band music was concerned, was month while running.J-- Liberal reward for his When in Louisvill go to theWillard Kentucky University. disorders. " CUNNIXQItAM.Ky. Cuke. much pleased with both the music and retuiS; Austcrlitz, Hotel and tell manager Miller you In order to change all this, take the size of tho audience. He has done Cheeey. Frank J. J A foul breath is one of tho greatest Shaker Digestive Cordial. read his' ad. in the Climax, which Sworn to before me and subscribed in his work ably and his ability, sobriety, A few Epecial stripes in silk effects, The following personal property, afflictions that a man or woman cna 2 It stops fermentation and decay at my presence, this 6th day of Decomber, gentlemanly behaviorand consciencious M mare mules. 4 years old; 1 horse with or without the frieze, with mould- you should have done by this time. 8 years work commend him to the grateful conold; 2 good work mares, in foalmule, id. once, so that no more poisons are A. D. 1SSG. to jack; Mra. Richard J. McKee returned have. An affliction not only to They hang as beautiful ings to match. sideration of all who have a pride in saddle and harness mare, 1 A. W. Gleason those with whom they come created. home Sunday from Lexington, where 5?j 1?oK 1 road . can trot in Richmond possessing one of tho larges as a real silk fabric j SEAL I parties having rl.iJma nmatnet All ti "" mare, 62 head red high It clears the stomach of poisons alNotary Public. and best bands in Kentucky. she had been calleu to attend the bed in contact. A foul breath is a great diswhich are about through lambing; 2 of sheep, kwill present the same to the undersigned! silver. d;es not wear fresh; 1 'S1 CSWSA 2 AJoerney cows . soon to Be side of her mother, who has been quite courager of affection. It would proba ready there. It .helps it to turn the its ptace of business in Sropeny vennea. at before milch cow, 10 brood sows with Ky , on or March 17th, 1893. out, break or fade. bly be more so if people ouly realized food that remains, into healthful nour- Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally is Awarded or same will bo barred. All parties indebtedto P'83- - etc- toe Po'and and acts directly ou the blood and mn- Beautiful Ingrains with large floral ill. China boar, chickens, turkeys, etc. Farming said Karr will please call and settle at ence just what bad bieath means. a reminder! c-- the giver. implements, consisting of 1 corn planter, 1 Bad ishment. It streuthens the stomach for J cous surface of the system. Mrs. A. G. Daniel and daughter. Miss Send for Highest Honors World's Fair, and thereby ave costs. borders and ceiling. breath is one of tho symptoms of con- the next meal. We can interest you with an 52tdt7ac?.n Pxvot all kinds, etcfl sled, l J testimonials, free. Minnie, returned yesterday after a sumption. Some of STATE BAtt TRCST C0IPA5T. harrow, 2 cultivators and plows of tho other symptoms F. J. Ciiexey & Co., Toledo, 0. Hero is the whole philosophy and attractive price bn attractive junds, l pondsetscraper, 1 cutting box, good all mower, pleasant visit to relatives and friends are sour stomach, loss of fehistw Assignee of T. H. Karr. nay rake, 1 by Druggists, 75c. mar3-lof double harness as appetite, sick cure of indigestion in a 'few words. as silver. All the tjew novelties In Richmond. Lexington Leader, or tongue. 1 good and billious headache, dizziness, 75 barrels of corn, 1 lot of nlw lumberf i about .l85 The most exquisite line of English March C. And what's more, it's all true. Try it. Fined For Failure lo Obey Th Supervisor's in stock, and a h&ppy bride is lot of good timothy hcy and other things too distress after eating. These Chiutz and floral designs. Shakers Digestive Cordial is for "sale Orders. mention. she whose frienils have had numerous toAll sums under $10 cash, over that Mr. N. V. White leaves shortly for things mean indigestion. They lead to by TERMS. druggists, price 10 cents to $1.00 a Mr. J. T. Crenshaw, known "in the cfOod taste lb bestow sil- - aaoaatona credit until 1SB9 without interest. Cincinnati or Now York, tho latter dyspepisa and worse things. They all bottle. ' A lemnant lotx)frroom mouldings at being his regular trading point, to lay start with constipation, ami Madison principally ,by reason of his All personafhaving claims aguinstMrs.T.G. I Ver Upon her ail a Weddin- constipation 2c a foot to clo-- c each pattern. Bring in a Spring stock of ladies dress goods is inexcusable because it ism be cured feh23-3ownership of the famous Worlds Fair Demand tor Cob Pipes. office of T.JJ Smith, Jr., properly Terified ae- ,v.luiUji xi.ji djjjjro- cured easily, quickly and permanently, measure of room and get a chance at and notions. premium saddle horse, Monte Cristo, coraing to lar within 30 days or same will ba priate, nothing inore acceptaSince a mention, of Mr. W. Wilcox's was by the use of Dr. Pierce's PelTrustee F these. They will only last a few days. summoned before the court of his Mr. Henry Reid was called to Mt. lets. They give to nature Pleasant little cob pipe factory, of Paint Lick, just the ble, nothing lnordjuseful. "A was county, Shelby, last week, to answer Stearling on Sunday by the critical neip mat sue neeas. 1 lie re is no case made in the Climax some time ago, he tho charge of failing to work n county thing of beautv ahd a joy forillness of his sister, Miss Maggie Reid. of billieusness, constipatioa, indigestion, has been receiving orders from all parts road after being legally notified ever." Our stojjk of silverOne veek ago Mr. Reid's father died. "heartburn," or any of tlnj rest of the 01 night-mar- e " to tne country and is working almost so. Mr. Crenshaw was found to do breeding blood, ware is complete smclwe have Ablaci spotted sow came 15. my pteee, oa street, abest Jaaaary guilty died Sunday evening little "Pellets" will not cure. that these night Lateb. Miss Reid I and has since and day to supply the demands. the fine and cost amounting to the latest thing il! bolts, give , jm j u U at 6 o'clock. Send 21 cents in stamps to J.ast week, an order was sent Mr. WilAsadminisiralorof Jacob Hogssly, dtfe'd j Messrs. something over $20, w.hich he paid World's Dispensary Medicine Associa(hereby setBy sll indebted -to dcaad i " us a call, learn oijr prices and MOST- - PERFECT- - MADE f Abner Oldham, of this city, tion, Buffalo, N. .V., and . JOK BOSK. file with .. 0 r with - n receive Dr. cox from St. .Louis, another lor 50 doz. under protest, ajraiaatUMLM tata el and William Oldham, of Richmond, rierce s luua page COMMOS'SENSE MED pipes from J. J. Woods, the wholesale --iLexington, Ky, veriS- ob ad- The law provides people living worn intHnn 11 -- Alum ,. i J IS. CALDWELL'S optMrt left for Cincinnati dud the Eaefc to lay iUAu ajjvx&i;k, illustrated.' HI ;- r iI druggist at YersRilles. "."jyumwummB, vj i to r b HPaam . w t f utsiae o: incorporated cities cru towns ah viialic THE STANDARD,' ii Despite the f.ict that there is some opposition of a pmnonneed character to the passage of the Goelel Bill, we do is intended not forget that the to correct srro-- wrongs that were committed in this Slate in lSJXi. nor that the measure ha-- the support of an overwhelming majority of the Democratic Legislators and Democratic voters. It has been calletl a force bill and many other horrid nameIt is not one whit worse than the Ohio election law, and Virginia ant. Tennessee live under similar statute. '"It gives to the Democratic party a fair share of the election officers and guarantees the same rights to the Repuldicans," but it lets the Democrats do the appointing and as a Democrat we don't see how any Democrat has much room for complain ing, it it can le shown tliat tnere in anv reason why the Republicans should expect to be given more than the officers, no one will object to it being done. But until that is done we do not see why Democrats should sit idlv by and see the Republicans in lame Bepublican counties appoint none but Republicans to hold the elections. This is the whole question involved in the ejection law. meii-ure s one-ha- lf a w c 45r K L M Ste gfe S 5?. riuix! ara " bMJ 0 ami pretty Richmond children have hten complimented by the trainer as beimr one of the quckest and brightest little companies of young peopleshehas ever had in charge. The music of the cantata is bright and fresh and has many pretty and amusing songs and coruses, while the piece nliounds in beautiful marches and drills. Wherever tho cantata has been presented it has met with delighted audiences who have requested its repatition. Given under direction of the church workers of the First Presbyterian church, at the Court House, March 11, Matinee March 12. Prices for night performance 50 cents children under 12 years old 25 cente. Matinee price 25 cents. n eeeda3eo:i3osaeoooo90G9oo3se3S9399osssaosao ngii9(togiii(i)tiioteootiiaoaaiieoiia9ti(ioig9 .." - H O Oc 8C9t no.. OSt- a- AKMbKb Do yon need a Plow, A Harrow, eO OQ CO eo CoifOOi" flOtat OetOOl 0ta. o.. 90.. S9e. oo'T. B jot Boa.. Oat. )V) WW l (.ft, . j r It i.t Si range that some people who say they never read patent medicine advertisements will be found lugging home every new and then a bottle of some favorite remdy SfrHJ of theins. We don't bother you with much rending but just ask you to trv a sraj 10c trialforbottle of Dr. Cold well's Syrup constipation, indicestion and Pepsin stomach troubles 50c and SI 00 sizes mar3-lAt B. L. Middelton. m u0 0Q0ttG9U99e09909C989990e90a909Q9S9 rails - Has Lost Her Husband i Foul Play d. QfrU j"' vie fSJlSKrS?? gnfli2S2S!grTT?TTTf?7TT7y nJlT'i KMfrHJ Ei3ftlJfci3 2 THE MARGARITA Us IM rHJlfpy iMSMi p lBraBftiJI lTrHJ S WJ S JBrrHJia7HJ3rrHJBrH15il fggjgpj rard visited Mrs. Nancy Arnold last week. Messrs Charles Chenault and Walker McKinney, of "Winchester, were here Sunday. Mr. "W. L. Crutcher is at home from a business trip to several points in Missouri. Squire D. P. Armer, the Main St. jeweler, is in Cincinnati this week on RELIGIOUS. Wonderful Cure s law-mak- home-opoth- able-bodie- Mrs. ..Hen Abner. of New by, this county, is in great distress over the mysterious absence of her husband. Pierce Abner, whom she has not seen nor heard from since February court day Mrs. Abner requests us to ask for information of any one who has seen him since that time, as she suspects foul play. She writes that he was last seen in front of the Government Building, in Richmond, on last February court dav, when he was leading home a cow he had purchased. Pierce Abner was about 37 years of age, with fair complexion, a bad scar on left side of face near eye, dark grey eves. She says, furthermore, that she knows of no motive for his voluntary absence as they were on good terms. It is needless to add that any information of the whereabouts of the missing man will be joyfully welcomed by his distressed wife, Mrs. Ellen Abner, Newby. Madisou County, Ky. I'Ol' ."T We are sole agents for the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Plows, and Olds Farm Wigon In fact, carry a complete Une of Hardware, Stoves and Tinware. Tin Roof tag and Outterlog a Specialty. Corn Flanter, A Yfegon, or other A Fail! llliM i-- 1 8 99 00 CQI S 39 3 iao 9 co Oft TAVF HhO c e8 ffl S 09 a oo 9 9 0 iir.r, P 'PnnP - Kirr Jpnn c. ' 'hin onn o I ) l I '.....!. Pen- - i and Young- People, Rich People, Particular pie and People otherwise. fe ' We can fit the foot and fit the pocket-boo- k in anything in our line, if same is within the reach of the for $1.93, because we I cannot do so, and you also know it cannot be done, l.ut ft we do aim offer you a shoe for $2 that you will pay ?" W for elsewhere, and a shoe for $3 that you have paid unu co a pair ior, simpiy oecause we want to jjet 3 ur cVse-aAwrs- We do not offer you $4 shoes . i Freeman ros THEiapss, tct -- -" 3SSS53ii'aj Co First St PERSONAL. 3-- 4. ouihem Mutual Investment Coupons Redeemed Mch . 'I Snr-saparil- la Hood's Sarsaparilla 1S9S. (X) bu-ine- ss BIRTHS., Mr. .."BARITONE" CO HO CO 511 "G . ( . CiF.Brower&Co '! '- life-lon- . -- w - . high-cla- ss Certain -- .... Novelties DEATHS. ,. 511 - 1 - oran-me- nt B. H. INEALE. Corn for Sale. Tte Cboict Gift. WANTED sskSy 3V5c all-rou- nd f PUBLIC SALE i. Fox Hound Lost. ED-lik- 1 .fcc " ely Blact-and-Ta- n deep-seat- ed 3V0c -2-- 2t li',mu Mi M them-selves,bu- Notice to Creditor, t t.--- to-w- it: Is It It al-T,va- ys f AVqz tSoId m heart-huraan- d Notice to Creditors. JUUXA-L- n CREAM BAKING POWDER .. It ... 4 o"it. to. 5ota.3.mevQck. w CF.Brower&Co tfotic to Creditors! -Z -. Estray Hog! I pa teb-t- ono-ce- pt -. ,!k.i:n.. tat I 1 I fc ir n m ir...-..l--.i.laWHiw- MMi. - . - a iMSSryou " .t S -- ?- SD? T - .- HllllllHiHHHHlHIIIHiHDiilliteriliH HH B1IBH flffl(WrnifiTSflftliiBi-8- S 3tgapKwtR8yBBBB HSllHllBBllHBlllLIIIIIIIBIIlHni&i-uiBs!4ij- b jfel 0(dH&Blftf l i afebti&K. i & Si iSZ'"- u I t? IL jr " Si -'.- j- - 1. sr 'JJ OR SPBIN Are much in little; always mb ready, efficient, satisf ac-- W-M tory; prevent a cold or fever, W cure all lirer Ills, Mck head- aclie. Jaundice, Hood's A m$P Hb constipation, etc rrice cent. The onlr 1111a to take with Hood'a Saraaparllla. illlft ta? 5 7 ? VERSE NO. 1. All are invited to join in the chorus.- - TWO SPRING SHAPES in our Great Meeting. line of., 'Of' ' MJ "Uncle" Joe Hopper's revival meet-in- s at the First Presbyterian Church has resulted in thirty odd additions. Services nfternoon and evening. Great interest manifeted and large audiences. Just try a lOe. box of Cascarets, the finest liver and bowel regulator ever made. mayl ly Barn With Ten Fingers And Two Thumbs. afc W - ALL - OVER - NOW! sJxjQr The fall trade and the holida3 trade have come to a close, and having had the largest and most successful season during its business career, the KAwi HBttfcffMii-i- i The wife of Sid Farris, colored near Whites Station, guve birth to a child, last week, which has ten fingers and two thumbs. The child is otherwise normal and in pood health. Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Ycr Life Away. If you want to quit tobacco usimr easily c, r, Busy Bee Cash Stores -- Has decided to commence the greatest- - rWe aaaaaaaaaaB IIIB aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaK??E aaavBaXaaaaaaaaaaa- HH ' - o 8031 -"" E- 6xv Syw$ oooooooo ,. K The ? -- .tv6 s ComUte, "uv SxjCTTavvowVav. iPiRP CO, Ni $ W 7$ i- n ?N - and foiever.be made well, stmuir, magnetic, uli of new life and vior, taleNo-To-Bathe wonder-worketnat makes weak men 3trir;r. Manv jrnin Umi jouud.s in ten iiays. Over lOO.UU) cured. Buy of your drmrj.st. under guar.iatce to cure, 50c or $1.(0. UnoUIet and sample mailed free. Ad. Sterling lcmcdyCo.,Chicaco or Xew York. a: ND CLEARANCE SALE sharp knife. S r. EVER SELD IN THE CITY Not a Single Item in this Great Store t1 "Be Suva o Scc'SWca.. $Z Wagers & Rice at Rice Station, bought 75 hogs at $3 to $3.25 par hundred, which they will feed for the June market. are anxious to do a little good in this world and can think of no pleas-ante- r or better way to do it than by One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia, consumption and other serious lung troubles that follow neglected colds. Douglas & Wines Druggist. AVe & has escapeed the keen edge of our nnnKRH aU5 1JSJZ 1JZ f .: 1S9S. I RIGHT & JL R B We did not stop at Overcoats, Clothing and Cloaks, but went down the line and applied the cold steel to each and every department in the house. The cost of coxls 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 Btill 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 dre?s goods, dress trimmings or silks, come and get them. Don't think you haven't got the money, or just a little money goes a long way in this department. grain sck full of shoes and You can buy a boots for wnat a few pair formerley cost you. We are selling in this great cut price sale good heavy, winter shoes for ladies at C9c per pair. Good winter boots for men at $1.1' per pair. Children's shoes almost put in to fill up the ack. W 6 S '1n - ll L NL'' Vi B i7W7l Z s - fcs- 7 - stee-8 St rich harvest. jyjaB SmL Richmond Climax. 1Y MARCH 9. - Mystic Midget are coming March Come and see our ten and twelve dohar suits. They are eye openers. Covington & Mitchell. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 5' with the guar- - O pal oi tile R's only another tway of asking, is your v -. circulation exceed.- .: The handsome Letcher home, Rosp-h- i hair growing? For green means growing. You can MAKE hair groco by ustng C dale, has been rented by Mr. John T. other paper piiblis-Ixnwnu win resiuu mere r.oi.tl. c .wruuuocK.. C with hi wife and little babe. tgor 1,'JOO ReJackson county with its publican majority has been placed in Midgets March 11. the Eleventh District, ensuring the Biqgerstaff & Oldham to Occupy Joe's Big u.n at prices never so low at Eighth District to the Democrats. Store. ?ept Wallace Roone wa arrested it this Messrs. R. E. L. RiggerstafI and and keyring found on Irvine city by Deputy Sheriff Broaddus and Will Oldham, of White Hall, who ail at this office. lodged in jail. He was wanted for lately bought out the furniture firm Hi.bson, Dentist, Richmond, shooting John Young at Clays Ferry of Buchanna & Biggerstau", will shortmarS lvr not long since. k . ly move to tiie handsome store now Account State Convention Peoples occupied by the popular confectioner, h came in like a lamb. But Party the R. X. I. & R. will sell tickets Moils. Josephus Gimichigliani, next w too much about Unit? to Louisville March loth, and 16th, and to the old Post oflice. t buy a suit or hut for your boy limit for return to March 10th at rate Court Day Items. ' 1 j..'j(Cia06Mw. be received ,.ine..t. will I -- 1rfT-f- - C . MAX "" J- - W. Porter, brother of Mrs. of this city, is now nrinci- Hamilton lemaie owege. Ssiourhair Sreen? t?iyerJs air Mfr MS R5R?WWr?K9R9R9R9R9BW V N ft Nft V V i ' i. f ais- r - K 1 ave - your N6 N it-- m jj 71 IPCs' 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 an3 other department. sale and save 2.3 If 3ou need aii3 carpets for 3our houses, this spring buj them during-thiper cent. keen-edge- d s H Mm & S ill-n- W I f fashionably Right. means to be rectlr dressed and perfectly fitted. Where, outside of our store, wilf you get the careful attention we Rive you as to every detail being absolutely right? Nice bleached table damask. 23c per yard; good r( d table cloth, full width, fast colors, 17c per yard; good outing e black cotcloth will be sold at 4c per yard; full ton, clear of dressing, only 41c per'yara; Green T cket e Sea Island cotLonsdale, only 6c per yard; nice ton, 4c per yard. Take advantage of this big sale and buy your calicos for comforts at our cut prices. yard-widyard-wid- We will offer during this sale one lot of about 4tJ0 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 sizes are all broken and the lot is com posed of several ditferfnt kinds. Tan, black, white and all colors ami shape. Look through this lot while in the house, we want to close them out. . Vj 29-G- ;j4 ?R ic R . emg Stouffers. sept-29-0- m . fire in Powell's vallev Monday a defective flue-- Slight dain- and caps latest styles and at St&utrer's. 6ept 29-lm low-- - ' 1 bills cheaply and promptly here bv the best job artist -- w stock of Iniggies, etc. at iiielon's. m I The council has ordered Mrs. Maria re; Lynn and Councilman Prewitt to put - to orderat StotiHSer's st ready down pavements along their property xe. on Tlurd street. Property oners on 'A. heiirer, of Red House sold tlte west side of Main street opposite ;. of tabcoo te Clark county the Dillingham addition were compli- i s cents. mented with a simular request. itTer sells cJotlutig clieaper tlwn K. of P. Read! -- v & TiioHWis d stand, the have removed to Dr. W. G. White of one fare for the round trip. John Sexton, for years the faithful clerk for Weckesser and afterward for Ziinmer, has purchased the Williams fc Co., saloon near the L. & y., depot and has been granted license to operate same. the preMrs. II-- . H. Colyer rais-emium turkey again this year. It weighed 4'JU. pounds, was a gray bronze gobbler and was bought by Neff & McSwain for the Hotel Waldorfat Bagdad, Ky. d 375,000 shingles ou the market, SOcts. to $1.25 per thousand, and hard to sell at that. 1.500 cattle on the market, selling from ? to as high as $0.75 per hundred the last figure being paid for 75 head from Lyons fc Allen, of Lincoln county, who had just purchased the bunch from John and Wm. Hendren at 5 cents and sold them at $IG5 profit, making $0.75 per hundred. Auctioneer Prewitt sold IS head of horses at prices ranging from $2.50 to $2U per head. To Issue a Handsome Annual. WE are just as much interested in having your suit fit perfectly as YOU are. ten .SSSSSSKSSSS$SSS5??SJ: R Good fitting clothes arc commenced on, 30111 friends notice it, 3011 come back to us, 3'our friends follow 3ou. Even in the face of these fl facts 3ou pa3 less for our clothing than elsewhere. These are the points that have made our store the success it isto-da3- . zz-- i i i p 'Ba&aa7. tbv (090c R ZZXVZ- - What we have left in underwear will be sold at the following prices: Children's 10c vests at 5c; 15c vesta at 10c; 25c vests at 15c; ladies' 25c vests at 15e; 40c vests at 24c; 50c vests at 20c; men's 35c ribbed vests at 23c; men's 50c riobed 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 thifi cut price sale. Men's suits and parts of suits will be sold in this sale at ridiculously low prices. Children's knee suits ami 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 be jammed with eager purshasers. So get in line and follow the crowd. Get your plate of the peaches and creim we are giving away before it is all gone. I PK Thanking you before hand for your patronage of this sale Ntb' k N, - 7Q "' "mz Iz&X 5-- and for your liberal past favors, we are very respectfully, TE ,SM i V. o s. iK7tt"rv -' v a. I I GovisgtQa Mitchell ISwt:"0" ti V? J? ! - . v meat will be on sale Paris A Black Egg. Kentuckian. Rank, of Dan-ll- d Farmer's National Collector Yerkes tells the Advocate Culton, who lives on the Rev. J. made U. S. Depository that the revenue office will be open When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. Tom Karr Place, better known as the - Revenue Distr.ci. for business in Danville on the mornPeter Phelps old farm, brought to this may5 lyr ing of Monday, Monday, March 21st. overcoats. oflice Saturday a perfect black egg e Mouffer for cheap sept--O- ui Has Entered The Ministry. The future, safe, desks, etc., for the laid bv a white duck. Mr. Culton is Johnstone Building, have been ordern Sam Dunn, a citizen in too honorable a man to pzlm off a Tl. Dautfbtcw ot tue wiihcu"'. in oak and will office of Dr. ed. They are finished this count, who has been rambling in fake on an innocent newspaper man, . lueet at the home be ery handsome. The entire office the West for the past ten or twelve but as the public may doubt both of ,a Friday at 10 o'clock, a. m. .n force will remove to Danville, and the years, and who is now in Minnesota in us we have placed the egg on --Moutler and save money on town's population will be increased by a recent letter to relatives in this county, ! .tig, oxer coals and underwear. the following desirable additions: says that he has joined the chnrch and sept Whooping cough is the most distressChief Deputy Bland Ballard and famis a -- If vou think you have ever bought ily; Capt. James Shackelford, James gone to preaching. Mr. Dunn ing malady; but its duration can be cut brother of Mrs. John Ballard, Mrs.B. F. Kxl'shoe for three dollars, come here a surber and wife, W. H. Wilier, Grant Brown, and Mr. J. T. Dunn, of White's short by the use of One Minute Cough & Mitchell. Cure, which is also the best known i .ee one better. Covington Sebastian and wife, Capt. Bell and fam-il- Station. remedy for croup and all lung and brongive me Miss Smith, stenogra Ed Wilson. If I havn't what you want piier. James Combs the janitor, will What pleasure is there in life w ith a chial trouble. Douglas & "Wines Drugapproval. ur order subject to headache, constipation and biliousness? gist. also come: John Doxelsox. Thousands experience them who could The New Broom Is Sweeping Clean. Bailey The ladies of the Methodist -- Bales & McElwaine told to perfectly healthy by using church cleared $35, by their court day horse for new City Council is doing a most become The Woodford, one harness Little Early Risers, the famous by havservice to the Luanda fancy saddler to Belgium excellent streets cleaned.citizens is no little pills. Douglas & Wines Druggist. dinner Monday. There ing the , arty for $350. Tetter, and Kczema. Another Richmond in The field. branch of our municipal government so -- ee Stouffer for underwear. itching and smarting inciThe much in need of improvement as the Miss Florence Hood is much pleased dent tointensediseases is instantly allayed these street cleaning department. The city over the achievement of one other by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Democrat an-- n solons usually cive little or no attention -- Tue lucholasViHe Kindergarten pupils, Master Rich- Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases ...cesHon.Ben A. Crutcher. present to the cleanliness of our streets, wherein mond Woolstein, who, while on a late have been permanently cured by it. It of is itching ' aonwealth's attorney, a candidate are concealed the germs of all mannersat- visit to his grandparents in Richmond, a equally efficient forfor sore piles and nipples; favorite remedy unbounded i r l ongress in this district. diseases. We note with gold chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites Indiana, entered a contest for a going on by the street work to the best Kindergarner, and and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. -- PeekinDuck eggs at '25 cents per isfaction the Allman. medal game cockerels for brigade, in charge of Captain impress came of! victorious. The little fellow . , also a few fine Dr. Cadj's Condition Powders, are the Mv CotMXs . Street gutters that never felt cleaned oat was born in this city, and was named just what a horse needs when in bad sru cheap. being of a hoe or pick are. Riclimond, Ky. Richmond by the associate, editor condition. Tonic, blood purifier and fvj.lm They are not food but and the surplus dirt ou die streets re- of the Climax, who joins Miss Hood vermifuge. -- Remember Zimmer's Hotel moved. However, with all due respect, in her modest rejoicing over the medicine and the best in use to put a House, horse in prime condition. Price 25 t ;2 per dav. Old Garnett the ssod work done is but as "a drop in truimnh of her instruction over that cents per package. Main Street in many s ,w 0en, best meals in town. tne bucket." Ocr of the Hoosier-teacherclean rooms, nicely furnished- places is simply impassable, the three to Jas. P. Prather has n fine jack, CASCAnETSStimulateliver.kidneysand a stock six inches of mud and water collected in bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. Win. J. Bryan, which will be in great -- Its a hard matter to keep being scattered over the mavl-ldemand this year. He stands at a vehicles on baud aU the time; but eome vicinitieson to the pavements until 10c a Edenton at low price. vour order with me crossings and if j ou will leave Neale Bennett Gets The Place. are in constant dread of the pedestrians vou will get what you want. Children and adults tortured by ten years the Collector's office Johx Dokelsox. filth. We have observed forwhich our Theiemoval of Danville necessitates burns, scalds, injuries, eczema or skin system under from Richmond to sraall-Fj- x the miserable diseases may secure instaut relief by -- The two reported cases of been cleaned, orcleaned at- - .the retention of an official here to trans- using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It fPt; have in eastendoftown Friday, which The surplus dirt is annually, instead of act the revenue Lusiness, whose title is ;a tt.P creat Pile remedy. Douglas & ,.. rA " caused considerable excitement, prove1 quarterly. craj;" tnln liprinn alons On Stamp Deputy. The position is worm j "Wines Druggist. chicken-poafter invesUgation to be streets and there allowed $1,000 and is not beneath the aspirations the side of the vehi- of. the hungry horde of pie passing Col.T. JJ. Dematee, of Jessamine, Stouffer is the oldestclothier, furnish- to remain for days, until waiting for an army a native of Madison, has been granted a over tie without cles scatter the trash back er and Hatter in Ue city, and pension. streets, thus causing a waste of money of applicants to worry themselves Dr. W. Moss Gibson vaccinated ISO and giving no relief to the the Collector, as well as to afflict Plymouth Rock Eggs For Sale. negroes near Whites Station on Thursis simple, and we have him with their disappointment and Mr.M.F. Arbucklewili sell Barred day and Friday last. A number re- The unred its adoption. Employ condemnation, Mr. Yerkes has given Plymouth Rock eggs at $1. per setting war- Bennett, son of fused to be vaccinatd and wUI be from Sid sufficient carts to keep right up with the the place to Mr. Ksale position, it is of 15. roosters this season raited. Y. of strect cleaners and when oni Mr. Wm. Bennett. The B. Thompson resignation time to begin to thinfc tlje mnd an( trasu is thoroughly ro- said, will not necessitate the game eggs, Now is the or Indian rapidly of the appointee as clerk in tbeFarmers stock all sod. of spring clothes. We have them to moyein wi not accumulate so at 6ame price, apply to Mrs. W. A. tQ require frequent hauling away. Kational Bank. Post-offisame for both. ' showvou and they are the best values. and see them. "v- - Tl)i3 thing of clean streets isapuoHu Cobs evervtshown. Mrs. M. F. Arbuckle, CUBAN O 1 L curesI u .lwMcva sake, for health,B CaW.Bcrp'.BruiMSjRheaington & MitchelL Silver Creek, the cosmos peace of ntatt aaatisB and Seres. Price, 25 centa,. llTpart with sake Madison County. For Eight 4o8a KentBcky.i e3ers "W. feb23a Sold &r Peny & 1 ike prie the best aut ever sbwa G. WWW. Mi(cfaiC Cotm v tept-'-'S-C- The senior class of Central University is to issue another Annual, the Cream and Crimson. It wili be slightly larger than the handsome one issued two years ago, and will Job cost ?4Q0, the Courier-Journtaste, act gcirtiy Printing Company to do the work: ant and refrcslnne to the liver and bowels, Xfi and positively on kidneys, sSl;. cleansiiiK the entire svsU'in, dispel colds, All menbers of the Uniform Rank of If Business Manager Swallow will conand biliousness. Please buy and try a box vai, Ri jght's Division K. ot P. are earnestly sult Mr. J. Robert Riggs, of li. CoviHtOB, a veiiersble Ky , he will obtain some with the requested to be at the regular meeting hs beer, down promptly at seven o'clock. valuable ideas in regard to cuts, ads., dys. Perkins post office has been disconImportant business on hands that subscribers, etc. - trance in the iojular Hurst tinued, mail going to Valley View. The y should be disposed of. Don't fail to Finest Lot of Butcher Caltie. In- -. Co., may be had by writ-.'iBaldwin mail also goes to Valley View. iSs- Chanev Berea, come and notify those who probably agent J. W, The finest lot of butcher cattle that w ill not see this notice. Don't annoy others by your coughi ire at Freeman Bro. Richmond. were ever purchased for the Paris tf Not Dead as Roporled Cas ing, and risk your life by neglecting a V4V yesmarket, passed through the city i- Some weeks ago we noticed an item terday, to the slaughter pens of Raugh-li- n cold. One Minute Cough Cure cures y bbUof com in the cr.b for sale Bros. They were part of the forty coughs, colds, croup, grippe and all See ad or call on announcing the death of Cas. Prewett i . Powers. throat and lung troubles. Douglas & was said, w:ts drowned in Alas- - head which the Laughlins have purwho. it ilver Creek. Thi was untrue as in a letter from the chased of Catesby Woodford, and Wines Druggist. i can Sud nice shoulder meat at gold fields written by Ca. averaged about 1,000 pounds. They Clean all the streets all the time, unerase & -- 0 , at 0 cents per Klondike Prewitt and published in the Mt. have been fed crushed corn since last as all the people pay all the taxes. tJ Sterling Advocate, he says a man can fall, and Mr. Woodford says if they - Louis H. LuiMlman. of Cm- save money by work- don't turn out to be the tenderest, the PgtAf0MNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep-Willis, on live better and IdlSlvc v sia, Constipation and Indi. v ill be at Mr. J. R. ing for a dollar pr day in old Ken- juciest, and the sweetest meat ever dsyith inst. can by going to the put on the butchers block in this city, gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. tucky than he Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to Vf. he will be badly deceived. This fine G. White. ufler tells ciotlnug ciieaper than sold regions of Alaska. bz sept-29-8- m al 'wt&.M'iM't''-vf- i ,f ,c r liWS -Y-I!--- pi mnAi wjwj WW IT I Jn h Bal IM h HE TT w MM. "R US iff JJII i IfI II III jIhiii ii AT a m A H aM aVa1 ni IHIal J4SZ JLJLJl I aXJJL I O iv mm A. s b VTL mJVaVIVnH ntM Fl n liTIT" am i? mm f tm mm K -- imim ' 1 JaB '4TB hi iWSJLJL JLAJL f ti wan w JL 3& wm9 v H MM- s& W &, MmK w j m H 'W iT M Mc w - J- t J Vfiy e-XftV ' citi-Wac- o, camp-bellvil- le rj 7 - W Tri--- u f?,, v grrrgC v& m Q HT. R W jZ tfa. il jf H rV& I $ j4 ' '- 'fek Z tt-- n f Wk.W& 'Wyjmjh Svp&WB 9BHBI BHhk InBMIa wSmEMm H $' F aS II X B ::::::!, " " 8S4SKI WSEX5K wBBS 1 hW-S- S Wk. 1t'tt 9b HH PHI 9 IIhBI uLtt HHB9 HH tUf Wtt&IM h&$ L '?m :. c-M- ?& alez -.- HhF WSfrk, arS W$m ESeS X-Mm CpjE ?, 8r bBk rOCEmXSzTs' B31 mP Q fclsfi i SmI ffl SataTataW laaaaaaaaaabl rl Bvj tr - i J1 -. t l.a V $ 0aat" i!" OR For Danville March 21. to-da- y. t,rKBk 1V.5 A l ? WSBy' J I, "J-- - BjjB ten :. l! " K1 QB 3 ! CT A 4 well-know- eggs-hibiti- ee -- V v. r zj Js I - HHk wasMMA li Hi mW BwaV 8.00 10.80 4.80 6.00 7.20 8.00 Laaaaaaaaaaaal i hH iiH nmmi sffii jas lH mtM 1 aaaaaaaaaall De-Wit- t's Salt-Rheu- m sept-2aC- m zW Has moved to his new place on Second Street, in the Garnett House Block, the store formerly 3E occupied by T. H. Karr, where lie is ready to serve the public in the future as he has in the 3KTax a few of the samples of past, and earnestly solicits everybody to come and see him. Here are how he will treat you . II kV IE BbI HI Vh HI H aaaaaH h (( K hkS B H S h l LmmHH HH H LaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH JU hm t((H0 aaaatavSZ? aaaaaaB wA II iS2jAeJk - .1 m i 1 aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH 1 hBI Hmmi is 3Xf Jr" - READ AND PROFIT! r Z Z $1-5- 0 Lodg-it.M- n y j- . z 7U 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$0.00 Overcoats sold at$7.50 Overcoats sold at$9.00 Overcoats sold at $10.00 Shoes that sold at $1.50 . Shoes that sold at $2.00. . . NOW$ 4.00 NOW 5.60 NOW .: X M M '.. .'. .NOW NOW NOW '. . . : . .NOW I .NOW .NOW 1.20 .NOW 1.60 NOW $ 2.00 Shoes that sold at $2.50 NOW 2.40 Shoes that sold at $3.00 NOW 3.20 Shoes that sold at $4.00 Our $5.00 Emerson Shoes in Tan and Pat-NOW 4.00 entEnamel SOc NOW Hats that sold for $1.00 '. NOW 1.00 Hats that sold for $1.25.. .; ez iat ios-o that sold for $1.50 Hats that sold for $2.00 Hats that sold for $2.50 ,Hats -- . -- NO" ". ". NQW NOW 1.20 .1.60 2ZQO x. hunters-Howeve- r, "SVvxsiXs aw eept-29-fi- in oovum tvjA occvlv olu. V S. tax-payer- s. il N le. ce fM-iA- tv- - VC 1HJ.STOENG, jr h Mn l! The Slror, Hi Safer, - XJHE ar-fo- r jjVlMjjNlNJNJN FURNISHER. u . - r ft 'tr & K .' j ' " ' HHHIHBRP' iiSPRSPP ' -- " "3WI5- - '. " . 1 i Who caa thtTifc of some staple thing to Protect yonr Ideu: tbey may brlnr yon wcaltiu Write JOHN WEDDEKBUKN CO- - Patent Attorney. WaablsctOn. Dl C, for their tlSX) prUo offer caiui t ol two hcxidred lnTentlons wasted. Wanted-- ln Idea rtntr jfafcgps WAR AND PEACE TALK. NEW YORK FASHIONS. ;Mf Tlio tic newspap'ers will Fraakfori Si Ciacinaaii Eailmy. In EOect March 1, 1897. J DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. Frankfort Ire Elkhom . Arr . " Switxer. Stamping Ground Dnvalls Georgetown- - . 6 30 6 45 6 51 . a.m. 7 02 08 20 00 12 p.m. 3 3 3 8 3 4 4 4 4 00 20 32 48 58 15 30 42 Arr Newtown ' Centreville. "4 Elizabeth. live Georgetown If f Both tho method and results when 52 Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant 22 28 453 - 40 5 10 and refreshing to the taste, and acts . Paris gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, WEST BOUND. a.m. p.m. Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys9 20 5 30 . .. . Lve Paris 32 6 42 tem effectually, dispels colds, headArr Eliiabeth 5 48 9 38 Centreville 5 58 aches and fevers and cures habitual 9 48 Newtown- 6 10 10 00 Georgetown Syrup of Figs is the 10 40 6 30 constipation. Lre Georgetown 10 56 6 41 only remedy of its kind ever proDuvalls- Arr 6 48 1110 Stamping Ground. duced, pleasing to the taste and ac6 59 .11 25 " Switxer 25 7 06 ceptable to the stomach, prompt in Elkhorn.. 7 20 11 55 " Frankfort. its action and truly beneficial in its C D. BERCAW, Gcn'l Pass. Agent effects, prepared only from the most GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Supt. healthy and agreeable substances, its FranUort, Kentucky. many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most Obit Railway. popular remedy known. ';,::,;::': Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 cent bottles by all leading drugTime of Trains at Winchester, Ky. gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will proWEST BOUND. cure it promptly for any one who 6 55 am Sterling and Lexington Accom Mt. 7 30 am Eastern Express for Louisville wishes to try it. Do not accept any Morehead and Lexington Accom. 4 50 pin substitute. New York Limited F. F. V CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. EAST BOUND. - - 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 ul Lexington and Morehead Accom. New York Limited F F. V. Lexington and Mt, Sterling Accom Washington Express Accommodation trains run daily except Sun-d- a . Other trains run daily. Through sleeping ind dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reservations K HOOD. Agent call on or write Richmond, Ky. W. BARNEY. or GEORGE D. P. A. C. A O. Ry . Lexington, Ky. 9 15 11 58 6 30 9 23 am am pm pm SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. rEW YORK, H.Y. IDUtSVlllE. KT. an5-l-y LOUISVLL l EASIER THAI EYER. The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has madeit" Easier Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas. Texas. Mexico, Aruona and California. The splendid train service with which the Illinois Central's Memphis andNewOrleansVestibuled Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned T . LOUISVILLE, KY. be gladly disappointed because William J. Bryan advises the people to exercise patience and caution in tho Maine affair. In an interview had with Bryan at Topeka, tho great champion of the people stud:' "In my opinion, we should be bIow to act in the Maine affair, especially under the ttying circumstances which confront us. Another fact which in jny mind impels us to exercisa discretion is that the official investigation of the explosion is now being made. 'The United States cannot afford to Internatbe too hasty in this matter. ional questions are involved and it would be a sad compliment to our government were we to openly and maliciously brine about strained relations by our anxiety to locate the responsibility for the Maine disaster. Nothing should be done until the investigation is completed." These are wise words and patriotic. Thero is no suggestion in them, however, of a desire that this country should submit to dishonor in ordes to secure peace or to save the owners of Spanish bonds from suffering loss on their investments. This country is great enough to maintain calmness uuder tho most trying circumstances, and it is great enough when tho time comes for action to avenge the insult and injury The time for action has not ct arrived, but when that time comes the people of the United States will listen to no propositions which im ply the slightest taint of dishonor. Nothing can be gained by threats and vaporings; war talk is a waste of breath, and peace talk is an equal waste. Judgment cannot be expressed until an official verdict as to the cause of the Maine disaster has been rendered. One thing, however, is certain; if there is cause for war tho people of this country will not hesitate to demand prompt action on the part of the administration. FAVORABLY IMPRESSED WITH LOOK. Bilk Dinner gowns of black net over white are very dressy. A. pretty Spring fabric is combined cotton and burnished metal threads. A preat novelty ia a velvet collar baud, around which is wound a diamond snake with sapphire eyes. Seperate belts of finely tucked black satin are very fashionable. Velvet blouse waists are Btudded all over with spangles silver, steel or jet. Some exquisite aprons shown by Best & Co., for little girls, are of while linen lnwn, with full, hemstitched skirt gathered to a plain waistband ol the lawn. It has shoulderstraps edged with fine French embroidery, that on tho outer edge graduating to points, at tho waist. an(L For early Spring wear, plush-spo- t velvet-spo- t materials are produced. The surface of the fabric is weft pile, and the spots are several inches apart. A very smart vest frent to a bodice maybe composed entirely of rushing. One new cotton fabric for Spring is in large black checks, the threads of which appear to be stitched upon the ground fichu-fashio- mk I Reported every Tuesday at noon by E. Deatherago & Co., Staple and Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. EGGS 9 to 10c BUTTER-Cho- ice ALL WOMEN w tat T Should know the "OU Time" Egmedy.j, r ? gjk 25c. 50c. - r - J H I PLEASE BEESWAX 2025c. DRIED FRUIT Apples bright, 5c. "WOOL Clear grease wool, 1820c; burry, 1015c; tub.washed,25c. CIIEESE-Country, SEED-$1.50SSEED--S2.75$3.5- 0. 1.60. in trade. country, 1520c. 10c. TIMOTHY' CLOVER BLUE GRASS SEED-Strip40 50c; extra clean, 607oc; fancy clean, pure seed, $l$1.3o. BEANS- -1 00$1 50 per bu. SHOULDER MEAT 6c. BACON 8c. ped, Is the best for Female Troubles. Corrects all Irregularities In Female Organs. Should be taken f nr Chanie of Life and before Planters "O'd Tlae" Rcnedlci have stosd the test for tw oaty years. Ifadaoalybr NewPponcerMedlclneCo., ChlM-BIrt- a, Tennessee. ! HAMS-8J- 10i -- Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to dtcS-ly- r O White. Hclicr Than Thou. All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. V. 'Danville people," observes the Peneiler in the Danville Advocate, "are, as rule, just a little bit better than any other people on the face of the earth. Of this I am firmly convinced, for I have their own words for it." It's needless to say you "have their own words for it." Everyboby knows the average Danvillian thinks himself a little tin angel, and it is a stale chestnut to hear 'era bragging on themselves. But 'twill be a blanked cold day in August when anybody else can stomach such gas. "Better than any other people." That's genuine Danville corncobosity. Record. Lancaster work. Some of the most exclusive blouses this season will be of white batiste Ii5 septS-IT DRUGGBTS- - trimmed with colored embroidery. Black velvet bands, generously sprinkled with blue jet decorate some new gowns. Jalouse is a new shade of yellow. Evelyn Cable. Buckleu's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. Itjs guaranteed to give rcrfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 ceuts per box. For sale by Perry & Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. G. White. decl5 ly K? & 90S The Advocate on The Removal. We have just received the largest line of LITER 2UI Y NOTES. KIPLING AND DC KOVKN UNITE THE OUT- , European Flans, territory. The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trams from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Pullman Tourist Car for California, 9 25pm Lve Louisville every Thursday 8 18am Arr Memphis Friday. 7 45pm Friday Arr New Orleans 8 20pm Lve New Orleans Frida & 45am Arr Houston baturday 4 4Spm Arr San Antonio Saturday 2 4Spm Arr Elpaso Sundav 9 2upm Monday Arr Los Angeles 5 15pm Arr ban Francisco Tuesdaj Tits is The Liidies' Restiiurant is the finest in the city. Every convenience for ladies spending the dajr in the city. Gentlemen's Cafe on Otlice floor. Ik Int Wiitn Etf to CaSbrek. MUSIC: Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the terntorv mentioned will do well, to communicate with U. H. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kj. Wm. Alfoed Keixond, A G. P. A., LonisviUe, Ky. A. H. Hasson. G P. A , dec29-l- y Chicago, 111. Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evening. TH0S. A. MULLIGAN, decl-l- v MANAGER. R; N. I, Time Table No. & B, B. II 31, HbS TORNADO -- Taking Effect 189G. Sun- day, December 5, east BOU.ND. 2d Class. 1st Class. No. 3 No. 9 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun xoTi 10 22 11 02 11 26 11 41 11 JUL- NicholaviHe VaHev View MBHn Richmond. BrassSeCd. Versailles A.M. P.M. 6 52 7 35 8 00 8 13 8 30 A.M. 5 25 6 48 Union Moberlev.. Panola P. M. 58 13 16 8 20 8 50 9 15 10 00 IB 65 IS 25 1 40 11 35 Insure jour homes and business property against . . 12 12 12 12 1 Irvine 30 35 05 Fire 0 Tornado. 11 1 1 1 Panola BrassfieW Moberlev Union Richmond. Million. Valley View Nicholasville Versailles Irvine NcT2 No. 4 No. 8 No. 10 west bound. Ex SuntEx Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun A. M. P. M. P. M. A. M 1 25 09 12 55 05 20 45 1 50 1 55 25 6 85 6 20 6 31 6 58 7 50 i 2 2 2 3 3 3 I represent four of the most reliable Insurance Companies in the United States and ask for a share of your patronage. S. R ROCK, j2-ly 10 25 50 4 40 2 15 3 50 4 15 5 00 6 35 26i Sec. Street. fUp Stairs). THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. Long Troubles and Consumpton Cured. Can A. M. P. M. P. M. P. M. All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. &T. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK. Train Dispatcher. W. H ADAMS. SupenntendenL be An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Oif er to Our Headers. The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute core for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting awav, will send THREE FREE BOTTLES (all diHerent) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for years, has produced results as benificial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius. His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," filed in his American and European laboratories in thou sail a i .rom those cured in all parts of the world. Medical exper concede that bronchial,'1 cnesiano. iungiruj3ies lean 10 vonsumpuon, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer- L. & a. ly. G.20 IS'. K R. K. C. DIVISION. In Effect Nov. 7, 1896. m. Pari- Express for Cincinnati, aiiv -, cheater and until Mavsville, Lexington Paris, Mays-r- Win- - p. ii." 7.20 m. vi:l, Winch ester and 2.00 U'xincton mail. I vinzston, London, 3 el- 1.05 Cincinnati . 1.00 ! 12 55 Pir.erillc Fdi' line for Livingston, a. m. 11.43 liiidon,Jellico.Knoxville 3 19 a. M. Fa-- t line for Cincinnati, p. m. 3.19 Paris Winchester. 11.43 p. m. Rowland. Lancaster and a. m. 1.15 Stanford. 10:10 7:30 Stanford. 7:05 For InHher particulars call on or address, Telephone 78. KUPER HOOD, Agt. Run land, Lancaster and SOUTHERN' RAILWAY. (IN-- tain death. Simplv write to T. A. Slocum, M C, 93 Pine street. New York, giving postoffice and express address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant adan-tag- e of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer Jly7-l- y in the Richmond Climax. riKA'trjt TtrMri-imrjm'T.1'W.H..-l..MtW.-JI.- J KENTUCKY 1 E Kw clt!il FT In nttmet Tim. S. 1SB7. I Ar Slicllitvlllp. Ar lAmm'li Ar Wiallli-- . . . . Ar Islington m nmiMi. . ... l.v l.r7m;tmi Ar Vi rulltw. Ar ln rpnrcirc ....... Ar Sli."llrlllr Ar LouUvlMc ... .i SASTimiiNliL I.niils illn No. 1. No. 5. No. 3. 7 45tm 4lTpm 75pm V 14am 5.4Upm 0 07pm lOakim C3pm BNtpm lU.2l.1tn 0.52pm I3.pm 7&pm 10.35pm "No.0. Nag. No. 4. 40-iTjLxini' 4 20pm Klkkimj 4 Hfipm 5.lCt.im 5.21am H.2Aiuni 9 16am 6 00am ltt.K)um 7.3opin 7.27am Obserra-tio- n ""fi 20 The Leading Specialists of America YEARS IN OHIO. nl,EW Cured. 11B 250,000 WECURESTRSCTURE I Trains Nos 1, 2. 5 and C carry Kre fh.ilr Cars. NI1 'Nv Na 12.! No. 14. RTATinss. LouUvIl Ar. 4Un iiuiii, l.v IirnrlirgAr 7.3Cpmj 1050am 5.05pm R.2Uam n.3iipiiiilo Ar 7.30am 7ipmil5lamArUartKlsbgAr 7 4(ipni ujamiAr liurgln.. i.v 4.08pm! 7.20am KASTIHIUMI. WESTBOCND- fcASTnonML U.I WESTBOUND. No. 15.ltNo.n7l STATIOSB. II Ar 10i5Oam' 7 30pm 7 CumI.v fi40mi 9 llarniAr ShelbvllAr 9.14am 5.59pm 111.21am Ar Vcrslles Ar 75pmi 4.15pm C52iin 7 15pm II lOaui Ar Midway At 7.35am 3.38pm 4 Iuls Na i&tNafigi. - Thousands of loun? en miJJla.aro.! men are troubled with this disease many unconsciously. They may hat o a smart ing scnauon, pmall, twistinc stream, sharp cuttirs pairs at times, discharge, difficulty in comincncins, weak organ;, .emission, end all tho nmnjums of nervous debility they have blKlC-TIT11Don'tlctdoctomcxperiincnton you. by ciUins, stretching, or tcarine you. Uhis will rot euro you. ns it will tc-tum. Our Ji;w .ULIIIUU T absorbs tho stricture lim-- r henco remoi es the stricture irmanent ly. It can never return. Nopain.nosuflei-inno detention from liusmcss by our methoJ Thescxnalorrans&rcctrcnrih. ened. Tho ncrrcs ore invigorated, and ine miss or mannooa returns. 1 'J.11ISAT--MEXg, Reginald de Koven and Sir Arthur Sullivan have both been commissioned At 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon a by The Ladies' Home Journal to given special train, bearing the person of mubical setting to Rudyard Kipling's Stephen Lytlle, of New York City, and great 'Recessional" poem written for Major John McLeod, of Ijouisville; the Queen's Jubilee. De Koven has finthe former, one of the greatest railroad ished his setting of the poem as a hymn experts in the United States, repiesent-inwith chorus and bolo, and the composiNew York capitalists, the latter fortion will be published in its entirety in merly receiver of the R. X. I. &B. a forthcoming issue of The Ladies' now Vice President and General Home Journal. Manager of the Louisville and Southeastern. These distinguished penile-me- n W. R. Herst, owner of the New York w ere met at the depot by Judge Journal, offers $50,000 for information G. W. Gouiiey, Jnhn E Jones and that will lead to the capture and conothers. They repaired to the Ninaweb viction of the party or parties who Inn where they were later joined by caused the explosion on and destruction James A. Patterson, expert engineer, of the U. S. battle ship Maine in a representing a New York Trust harbor last Tuesday night three A. Barrett, of Philidelphia, weeks; in which 270 of the crew w ere lost. expert engineer, representing the inter est of Mr. Secal, the purchaser of the The Covington Commonwealth notes It. N. I & B. Railroad, and Col. S. F. that an Ohio woman spent $300 on the Rock, engineer, of Richmond. After funeral of a man who she supposed was looking over the city and visiting the her husband, but the real husband large lumber plants and coal mines, the turned up a few days afterwards withspecial with Mr. Lyttle and Major out even a thought ol dying. pulled out for Louisville. The There are always funny things comothers remained over night, and next morning mounted their horses, and ing up in every business and I have piloted by Judge Gourley Capt. Robin- answered a few letters lately that I son and others visited a number of our can't help but laugh at, Wo received coal mines in Beattyville and Proctor. a letter yesterday from a gentleman These gentlemen were favorably im- anxious to find out the exact age of his pressed with the outlook and expressed fowls, as he thought them too old to the opinion that steel rails would soon breed from and wanted to know if I penetrate this region of undeveloped would kindly give him some idea how-ttell their age. Fowls, unforunately, and itie.hau3table wealth. "We should receive them with open arms and leave have 110 horns, so we can't count the no stone unturned to maintain for our rings. They have no teeth and we county and section a place in the front can't tell that way. You can't tell by ranks of the marching column, which the feathers because they moult. It is soon to make our beloved state the would be a hard matter to tell by their greatest, richest and best in American comb as cockrels have as Jargo comb as cocks. So how can we tell? There is Union. Bealtvville Mountain Voice one way, but its a professional secret BR0. BARNS' NEEDS. and as professoual courtesy demands it from one fellow breeder to another, I Letters from Rev. George O. Barnes show that he is in very straitened circum will tell the secret, how to tell a fowls stances with a large mortage debt hang- age correctly. If a bird is hatched on ing over his little possessions on Sanibal March 1st, '97, on March 1st, '9S, it will be exactly one year old. It's easy aint Island, Fla.,says the Interior Journal. it? That is the only way the age of a His tour last year was a failure financialfowl can be told. Kentucky Stock & ly to him, for tie broke dow n before it was through and had to go home almost Poultry Journal. penniless. LA GRIPPE. Mr. Barnes is now over 70 years old aud from the very nature of things can Mistaken For Consumption Gived up to Die. not long continue to spread the sweet To some people the mention ol gospel of "God is Love and Nothing calls foth a smile. They are the Else," which has brought joy and compeople w ho have never had it. Any one fort to so man j hearts, bowed down in who as ever had even the slightest doubt and woe. touch of la grippe knows well the comSome of the few friends, who have plete misery ij brings. And not noly stood so nobly by him are not now in misery for the time being, but unless condition to corne to his help, owing to properly treated its sequella follow it financial reverses and hard times,- aud month after month until the patient they should not be forced to do anyway despairs of ever getting well again. what all who love Mr. Barnes and his is the gospel should gladly help to do. A remedy for all small amount, say 1 each, contributed such cases. Mrs. Lou Davis, by all who have been succored and benTenn., efited by his teachings, would lift the 5writes as follows: mortage on his farm and relieve his fast was afflicted declining years of anxiety for himself w ith a disease and those dependent on him. Known as la To this end, it is suggested that in each grippe; the doccommunity in which he and Miss Marie tors said I had have spread the glad tidings, a self apconsumption. I pointed committee shall take the mat- had a dreadful cough and could not seep ter in hand and give Mr. Barnes' triends at night. I was advised by a friend ito the chance that they should gladly ac try I got one bottle, and the cept to help him who has done so much second night my cough stopped. I took for him. ten bottles, and I will say that I believe I wonld be a dead woman now if it had Some men are afraid not been for I recommend of death, some are to those who suffer with la not. Most of us would rather not meet grippe." the grim destroyer toSend for free book on "Winter Ca day. We would rather tarrh." Address The Drug put it off until Manufacturing Company, Columbus, or until next R Kail-road, There is nothing new in the revenue The folks at Richmond have gracefully accepted the affair as disposed of and will offer no obstacles. The office will be moved as speedily as possible, and then it will be a fixture in Danville for four years, perhaps for eight, should Mr. Yerkes or some other Danville Republican or Democrat receive the appointment from the tho next Administration. If the plum should full to Richmond, Ilarrodsburg, or any other town in the district, Danville will surrender the office without a word, believing that the Collector alone should be respon-siabl- e for its location. Danville Advocate. oflico removal situation. A Good One 0 38 99 Clothing, Ouerooois, article needed. nderw k- ' '0 00 0 0 IN RICHMOND, which we bought early before the tariff was put on woolens and can s;ive our customers the benefit of 30 per cent, on every '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 33. Ct. e- Oil. 09l - A). r r m. 0 MfQO OG0 5o r V Told on Elder Redd. The Lexingtftn Gazette tells the following on a well known Methodist minister, Brother Dick Redd, who astonished his audience at Winchester on last Sunday night by using the following illustration: "Brethren: There are too many John T. Lisles in tho Ha-an- Com-panj.- church who wish to take only the sunny side of religion rather than by taking up the cross and following Christ absolutely. When Dr. Jas. Bush told Mrs. Lisle that she could only live a few hours, there sat by her death bed her two cousins, Mattie and Maria. The latter was just blooming into womanhood and was fair to behold, and Maria was as old and ugly as Leah. Mrs Lisle 6aid: 'John, my dear husband, I want you to marry Maria (Leah) to raise up my children.' John T. blubbered out, 'My dear wife, won't Mattie do?' Mrs. Lisle flew into a rage and 6aid abruptly, 'No.' and it had such an effect upon her that when Dr. Bush returned he found her sitting up in bed eating crackers. She lived long enough to bury all her five children after that." The Oldest Clothiek m 7V??5?rV? ; ;m K&!A&2mi?j: rE&3HDB3 axd Furnisher i" Richmond. 77Zrzvz7ZhyaX7 EOjI fcckii Ifisa! I ra-rt- i : 'k-CCFc-QT! v. ::: ae3 ss ss' HE Mc-Leo- d FREIGHT. . 00 -- k Ua THE -KSf FARM- lufiK!rt . fcO-- J c-'- rZSfc .fX -- PAYS .&i SS SS si mSMi in a m &i m a - w 1 I Jf E"H&gSBIM fitf 6,-- fv a !" s ma ss a nsHUQSBa r7 . v-- . ( ' " ypfi j . . YOD PAY FOR THE . . DRINKS. Second St. Phone 3. RICHMOND, KY. cell our Trintini AOCN'TS WANTED Vulcanizors,to llntrasro ami Key Presses. Stam ps. Sccl 1'rt Checks. Strel and itubhcr StcncAS. 4c. J. F. W. DOUMA.'J CO, The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at private sale; situated at WHITE'S STATION, 1 Sped'als for This hams, etc. - .to on the waters of Silver CreeV. It is well watered. There is no better land in Madison o ' county. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., within a half mile of White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. d cash TERMS Sale will be made balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, address one-thir- vv An t7.K, eleg-.in- t v and Latest Patterns in line of the Tev-ei- t l,JlE.Fdyct,eSt.,Balto.,aJ.Cau!o3uefruc. liAMBURGS AND LACES, Every expectant mother has a trying ordeal to face. If she does not 11r Ol 1 Tl O FREE: S20.00 i:C COLD, Blcycle.rjold Watch, Diamond Wng or a Scholarship in f eb3-t- f Draughon's Practical Business j-- k 1 College, Nashville, Tenn., or il Texarkana, Tex., or a scholarship in most any other reputable business college or literary school in the U. S. can be secured by doing a little wort at home for the Youths journal. Advocate, an illustrated It is elevating in character, moral in tone, and especially interesting and profitable to young people, but read with interest and profit by people of all ages. Stories and other interesting matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. Agents wanted. Aodress Youths' Advocate Pub. Co., Nashville, Tenn. Mention this papcr.J Geo. D. White, White's Station. Ky. UUli ETC. SPECIAL Line WHITE GOODS in plain and checked Indian Linens, Check Xansooks, Check and Striped Dimities, Percals. Ging- SJ 4!' semi-month- 12 S ECONOMIST RANGES augl8-l- y a 5Si w $5 Also an Elegant Line of Table Linens, ALL GRADES. LOUIS L. LANDMAN, M. D.. M L -- f4l!l i vll L tret readv for it, ' there is no telling - M?eitw jl- Oil rZT- WHITE & rs .i v , I Ohio, No. 503 West Ninth Street, is full will be at the Qlyndon Hotel, Cincinnati. Ky., Richmond, of uncertainties if WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9th, 1897, Nature is not given proper assistance. returning every second Wednesday of each month. Glasses adjusted to all persons of defeb!6-lfective vision at popular prices Child-birt- h uw what may happen. Dillirrgharn Corner. .v GIBSON, m F?t E-$- f K3 - the best help you can use at this time. It is a liniment, and when regularly apI3 other's Friend y. KT)&a?&arF iAvyvsViAV!aearJ ZDZA (K:0ffiao5 fc&M a?5vV r.".'ifiK?5v r iv?&TrJ?KfZ&?yrj?FF2 Pfel l'e-ru-- Fay-ettevill- e, 1 m 'I commonly plied several months before baby comes, it makes the advent easy and nearly painless. It relieves and prevents " morning Bickness," relaxes the overstrained muscles, relieves the distended feeling, shortens labor, makes recovery rapid and cer- 111 mado cas7 Jlaanfactnrlnjr ltuobor Sjtai'3. tkiad Sar Prico L!st ct CclStJ to Co.. 121 J. T. Xf. E. Tnyctto St.. Baltimore, Md., U.S.A. Catalosuo free Dcrn WaTM,oe Roofing', Guttering fl-.-ft- fi tain without any dangerous after-effect- s. Read This I have rented for 1808 the several houses ad- -i ertised by me last December, but have now four or five other nice cottages, well located and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at my office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, with Stephen D. Parrish, Attomey-at-Lai FLORIDA H. PARRISH, Jan26-t- f Attorney and Agent. 1 ONE and General Job Work. MANAGER. .069.9a" Best $2.00 and $2.50 House in Louisville. v $Z iiriiS8 . iTVC.-c- 0 MOTEL. hllt&t2J Mother's Friend is good for only one purpose, viz.: to relieve motherhood of danger and pain. One dollar per bottle at aU drujc stores, or scut by express on receipt of price. Freb Boors, containing valuable information for women, wilt be sent to any address upon application to ' Vl OT OF WITH I TWO WAYS. pfl mch2-6- m THE BRADF1ELD REGULATOR CO., Pe-ru-n- a, Atlanta, Ca. Jan5-l- y a. Pe-ru-- CAN AFFOUD IT Who can think of some simple The bladder was created for one purtMni to Datent? Protect yrar Ideas: they may brine you wealth. pose, namely, a receptacle for the urine, CO.. Patent AttorJOHN WEDDEBBDRN Write neys, WMhlngton. o. Cfor their 81.KO prize- offer and as such it is not liable to any form LIOU. and of two hundred Inventions Waitied-f- ln Idea UEO. W. RILEY Pe-ru-- na pm i u&pni'Ar ucorctn L.v 7.05aml 3.00pm WESTBOUKD- - t No. 1. tXu. lCT KTATIQKS. tNo. tL'tNa 2. "7 4iain 4 mpm Lv Loulsvll Ar ia50am 7Jipm lUJam 6u52pm L VertUes Ar 75am 4.40pm lliriin. 7Xpm ArNichlrillAr 3.58am 3.50pm (fJOpm Ar Richmnd Lv 6.05am 2.2Tpm I 1 i&pm . 1.25pm .... Ar Irvine Lv STATION'S. I No. 1. Na X , Lv IHiIsvillc. ... .. 7.45am 7.45pm IQSam 1035pm Ar Laritijrton 7.10pm T.45am ArRnnxvi11r...... 1 .:wam 1.15pm ArAxhcvlIle 5.00am Ar Savannah.... 9.10am Ar Jarksonvillc 5.55pm 8.00am Ar CtiaUannoga...... 10.40pm 1.10pm Ar Atlanta 1.05am ........ A r Macon .... 8.45am Ar Jacksonville Lv Chattanooga 8.15am i 6.10pm 10.06pm 120pm Ar lli.minsham ..; 2.3Jam 9.50pm ArMii.ili.in ' 8.30am &30am Ar New O.Icans ... ....... .,.... ......... Thousands of Toune and raiddle-acu- l men arc havias their sexral Mgnr and vitality continually sapped ty this They nro frequently unconscious of tho cauo of these symptoms. Ucneral Meanness, tnnitural lliscuarccs, tailing ianhood.Ncrrousnes. l'oor llcin-ory. Irritability, at time Smarting Sen l.ycs. with dark circles. sation, Weak liaclt. General Denression. Ijirlr of Ambition, Vniieoccle. bhrnnken ParK ct . GLEET an I STRICTUlli: iaaybolhocau-- c Don't consult family doctors, as tbey have no cxpenenco in special disease don't allow these (Quarks to experiment on yon. Consult fepecialism, who ha e made a life study of Diseases of Mfn and Women. OarNEW METHOD TREATMENT will nosi- tirely coro yon. One thousand dollar? for a case wo accept for treatment ami cannoica;c. XcrmsmOilcratoUrucure. du-cm- o. WECUREiLEET I CURES GUARANTEED i Na I carries Free Chair car Louisville to Lexington, there connecting with Solid Vesti-lu- li Train carrying Pullman Sleeping Car to Jacksonville; via Chattanooga; also to New Orleans. Na 3 carries Pullman Sleeper Louisville to Chattanooga, alio Lexington to Jacksonville rla'Ilot Springs, .AsbeTinc. and Pullman Union blipn- - Lexington to New Orleans. tDaily except Sunday. A. l TAUTCOCET.E. "" 4mt k i-- " il j E3. KIDNTCYand BLADDER C0NSUI-TATI0FREE. D00KS FREE If unablo lo call,.. write for onp5TTnv wr.A'wir tinvw TREATMENT. nuwviuiir,. uiruiLAUI, rnVHu DRAINS UNNAintALDIPTIIARG. cure; TlfTP(?TAVP jj.iucffLUr'i SYPHILIS. OLKET. Din. WHroox,P.&T.A Louteville, Ky. Ky. 7. 1L Cbskm. Gea. Sup. J. M. Crap, T. M Washington, D. C Wefihiagten, D.a WA.Tuwk,G.P.A.. Wm.H.TayxoXGJ?A- - S.T.Swirr.P.fcT.A.. Kennedys Kurgan XX2S. :mm:iimi;im anglB-l- y -- 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. not count for much in the matter. A man may not want to die. He may not want to be sick. He may wish !and hope and tirav 5rV that he will not be one or do the other, but wishing and hoping won't help him. It is what he does, and not what he wishes that serve his purpose. If a man is losine flesh, and. is nervous, irritable. sleepless and debilitated, he may wish he would get weii, but one bottle of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will do more than an ocean of wishes. If a man is on the way to consumption, he should make a step as quickly as possible. He should put on brakes. He needn't be afraid he has consumption if he will do the right thing if he will just take the right medicine. The "Golden Medical Discovery" cures incipient and well developed consumption. Consumption is a germ disease- - and a blood disease. The "Golden Medical Di covcry " kills-thgerms and purifies tie blood. It increases) the appetite, helps digestion, makes assimilation perfect, and so builds up solid, wholesome flesh. Hundreds of gratelul people afflicted with consumption, bronchial, throat, and kindred diseases, have testified that it has actually saved their lives. For the sake of the information they contain. some of these letters have been included in Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, a thousand page, illustrated book, which, will be sent free on receipt of twenty-on- e (21) stamps to pay for mailing ott.'y. Every family should have a copy for ready reference in case of sudden sickness or accidents. World's Dispensary Medical Association, No. 663 Main Strcet,'Buffalo, N. Y. e year. Mere wishes do Ohio. During the last year there were 1,120,- 768,710 gallons of intoxicating liquors sold in the United States. The retail price was $965,192,952, $31.79 every man, woman and child in the land. And still we complain of hard times. Seems as if we could prune our liquor bill some and be much better off for the fr Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends Wright's Celerv Capsules. Shelbyville, Ky., iflay 26, '96. To Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: Geuts I have purchased a box of Wrieht's Celery Capsules from G. N. Middelton, drnjiRist, and used them ior Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation and found that they cave me im mediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Of Yours very truly, fl Geo. W. Rilev. pruning. HALF RATES TO LOUISVILLE, MARCH 15 AND 16, VIA SOUTHERH RAIL.VAY. $i9 The god of love can afford to be generous often where other serious people cannot. Remember if the little god of love hovers in horizon, you can atftird to w in his good graces bv a generous ift. We have the stock for you to select from. one-ce- nt - a 4 I"sr. Woman's Opportunity. Louisville, we are having on display is The jewelry the best as Kentockv. to variety, beauty and price we have ever handled. None of our women Generous Lancaster. patrons should resist an opporfunity of Bichinouds fight to retain the reve- tliis kind,petGratify, your desire now to buy that trinket. nue office it seems will prove fruitless. Cupid Is Knowing. It is a natural The good people up there held a meeting, whereased, resolved and sent a impulse for a womau to desire, to be at tractive and assist vigorous kick to headquarters only to her Cupid to provide means toscamp, is a knowing little receive the blunt reply, "Mattor set- and when he whispers into the ear of tled." This move will, we believe set somefond friend the advice to Bend her a bad precedent, as the office willaow a ring or box of jewelry, he knows he's right thing, and means for jnsl be palled and hauled all over the this. said to gothe D, P. AKMEBS'H you to jjbU get I trict at tho pleasure of sch new feol- - the dered article. Try it asd yoa will com oat wiaar. lecter.LHE caste?, Record. 4 :t3j ? -' ,& t. c S" r J ill- ft ' . Asst. Gen'l. Pjss. Agt., 1 On March 15 ami 16, all agents of tho Southern Railway in Kentucky, will sell excursion tickets to Loui.wille at rate ol one fare for the round ip, good to return until Marcii 19, 189S. inclusive. Apply to nearest ticket agent Southern Railway, or to Wm. II. Tuyloe, JLLIiyvrvou IHaease FoUing Mem or7,Iapotencr. Hleepleganass. etc, caused or Abuao or other laceues and Indis cretion", Thru tuu-kl- i and turrit' restore Lost Vltalitj in old or young, and fit a man for stadr, business or marriage. Prerent InsAnitr and Consncnntinn if In time. Theirniut nhmrit immarilAtA ImDrnvA. mont and effects a CUBE where all other fall In. jUt upoa hurlnft the genuine Ajax Tablets The? aaro cared thousands find will cursTOC Weglreapoa-itlv-o written guarantee to e3oet a care Cfl OTC la each case or refund the moncr. 1Mo3U"J U I Uiper pockago; or six rken (fall treatment) for $2Q. Br mail, in plain wrapper upon receipt of price. Circular MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE ME A MAI AJAX '""AJAX REMEDY CO., 5S'S2U Herndon. Forsale In Richmond, Ky., by Hagan jan!2-ly & WANTED ACENTS. 590 "Ike pi CMmte 12x16 SeWier is tie Cfrii War," EcesM, fortnits, a . t u- - -- a.;c War Book ever uubhshed, and the only one that does justice to the Confederate soldier ami tlie cnuse ho fonirht for. Ajrents wanted everywhere to sell this hook on our new and easy-- plan. Many of the lady and gentlemen agents wjio are at work are making from $W to $?W per month. Yttenv, Sm ami tagUm- of VttHMt, and others interested are requested to send for a beautiful illuMrated.de-scritiv- e circular (free), and terms to attests." Addfeee Couribb Joust Job Vfomve Co,, Umisrilte, Ky. "dS8-li- w . . - isc4, and over 1,100 large Battle etc fThe. greatest and largest contains otdisqase except by one or two ways. The first way is from imperfect action of the kidneys. The secohd way is from careless local treatment of other diseases. 0SISF CAUSE. Unhealthy urine from unhea'thy kidneys is the chief cause of hl.ulder troubles. So the womb, like the bladder, was created for one purpose, and if not doctored too much is not liable to! weakness or ditease, except in rare cases. It is situated back of and very close to the bladder, thereforo anv pain, disease or inconvenience manifested in the back, bladder o urinary passage is ofttn, by mistake, attributed to female et.kness or womb trouble of borne sort. Th error h easily made and inny be as easily avoided. To find out correctly. set your urine aside for twenty-fohours; asedimeut or settling. indicates kidney or bladder trouble. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers Swamp-Koo- t, the creat kidney and bladder remedy, is soon realized. If you need a medicine you should have the best. At druggists fifty cents and one dollar. You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet, bot'i sent free by mail, upon receipt of three stam ps to cover cost of Dostasre on tho hottlp. Mention the Climax and Bend your ad - j dressito I)r, Kilmer & Co.. BinJiamton. I N. "Yl The proprietors of this parr guarantee tho gonnitienw of this otler. kid-nej- e, ur two-ce- mirsni-ntajis rtia relfcj rtlQ ilS THIS rtlSrTHJSFTriJOirHilSf ta rr. rtuta rtihaiHLarTHsrriLsrrtirTu rarsJ mrn rarsi r n n n .. .. .. - - liEiiS1 TliJS sn- SJTfc. PLOWS. mm ISii ii H ES' -- The Oliver Chilled Plows, Best Made. WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF Hi 11 The i lib mm rfr Sfg: m rim fiear in the Market m pa Si tairci (POLL AKS, sip pi! 3 SrH pa E pal Ml ACEBANDS, 'feacechains, Hames Sll'ttiVIfi w - tew . Tft1!,,MQ - ?Tiftfte ywwiiWAV wigvts. Ill y' BED WETTINQ'CUREiJ OKNOt.PAY. Wia-- l Mas. B.M.BOWAN, Mlheaakee. .aafaS-l- y pa1 16 CUEA COLtf M 88S ffiW, DAY. arP 11 . . SuwuMors to a' y?i322!n'Fm j 3sri ttfad ttos wnei Itit MU to I TWll. ?p, Richmond, Ky. hMki Ul ijl ShekUo(d & GBtry, fps Gm. , Ail 61 w I -