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TOLUME RICHMOND, Paris, Bourbon county, first Moaday. .Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. MADISON COUNTY, Royal makes the food pare, wholesome and delicious. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAECH 16, I L898. NUMBEE 41. 5 Dr. Miles' Nervine A REMEDY FOR THE SOLD THE MINE. Watson, Hoge & Co. Dispose pi Tlieir British Columbia Property. WITH BEACH & BOWERS. A Company Thai Keeps Its Promises And Does More lis All Right. lEfflS srSJ Effects of Tobacco. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. pnJirgrrmisrjarJB fitiJs jgJs SfrtiJSfrHiSfTrilEa rfliJllrai BfRilS Stanford, Lincoln county, second day. Mon- excessive uso of tobacco, especially THE young men Is always Injurious and undoubtedly shortens llfo materially. Mr Ed. C. Ebsen, compositor on tho Contra-Cos- ta Heirs, Martinez, CaL, unites; "I havo used Dr. Miles' Ecstorativo Kcrvlno and received much benefit from it. I was troubled v ih nervousness, dlzry spells and sleeplessness, caused by tho uso of tobacco and stimulants. I took Dr. Miles Kervlno with mar-- vt icusly good results, allaying tho dizziness, qu.rting the nerves, and enabling mo to sierp and rest, proving in my case a very be acCcial remedy." Dr. Miles' Eestoratlvo Tvcrvine is especially adapted to restoring tie nervous system to its normal condition !.-- , i ucder such circumstances. Tt.cnnti an j sirenguiens. Ir Miles' Eemcdles l?. are sold by all drug-- t i Miles .its under a positive piarantee, first bottle benefits or money reRestores funded. Book on disHealth eases of tho heart and r-Dr- "... lervine nerves f reft. Addres DE. MILES MEDICAL-- CO., Elkhart, Ind. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATrO?.N3Y3. 0 W. MILLER. Attoexet-at-La- Richmond, tfSce in - - Kentucky. the Bumam Building, next door to feb3-l- y armor's National Bank. -- 5. stj: srvjsr. w, - ATTonx E KICHMOXD, ' KENTUCKY. e over Tavlor'e Hardware store, op-- i te Court House, on Main Street. ATTORNEY AT LAW. li B. HOGG, I, iimon'd, - - Kentucky. 31-3- 'tfice No. 13 First St,, up stairs. 0 J C. & D. M. CHENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, otfire on Second street, over -- Chen-au- lt grocery. PETSXCIA17S. PR. JOHN M. FOSTER, I; -- hmond. ... Kentucky V 1 1 'ephone at office and residence. DR. H. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Fichmoni). ee in the Joe Cc Jins building, iS and 10 Sec-c7- Mreet, oer Wnue eld dniettore. - i CHAS. HOOKER, T ETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. . ki hmond. Ky. 'ennary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. T . Office up stairs, over store recently accu-. d bv Richmond Ilarness Co , East Main bt., y -- apr7-l- Medicine and Surgery. Oftee Collins Buildinc, MainStreet. nt residence Ru itmoxd, ----- . C. JASPER, M. X place) on (the Cnrr Broadwa . Kentucky. V. EVANS, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Richmond. - Kentucky. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond. and residence on Second Street. SEiTTAL SUP.fl32.T- - ESTI8T, lOUISSIIiE, KY. next door to Government 1Building, to 4. BichmSnd.Ky. Office hours- -9 to OF 12-- novl7-l- y Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-so- n, next door to postoffice. )?. FRED SMITH. WOffice. over Collins' Grocery., same office y latelyoccupied by Dr. W. W.Bargin. JanK-l- DENTIST. HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. Paekeksbubq, W. Va., January 26, The Weight Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio. 1995. Wright's Celery and find them to be as recommended. I first beean taking them while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treatment for Sciatic Bheumatbm, Liver and Stomach trouble Constipation which I Iiadbeena long sufferer. I fouud the Celery Capsules gave me great relief .rora the beginning and have used thsm ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited. I recommend them to any and all Buffering with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours. Chables T. Cauweli- Sold by T. S. Hagan, Druggist. Price is putrup im half-2- e 50c enta and $L00 ,perbax. Call at dru pnee 50 coata. 6- - . and get free kuapJe. Novem-ber,"lS94, I have been Gentlemen.Capsules since using Georgetown, Scott county, third MonCincinnati Enquirer. day. Messrs. H. P. Mason, Frankfort, Ky., Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. mm Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third II. B. Hanger, Richmond, Ky., and m John King, of Illinois, members of the Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth contracting firm of Mason, Hoge & Co., mm with headquarters at the Kentucky Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth State Capital, were at the Grand yesterday. Mondav. IfW "We are returning from Chicago," Absolute! Pure rUlE3 THE NEW TARIFF. said Mr. Mason to a reporter, "whora we Sfrt sold a gold mine that the members of PIES I'nder the above head tho Chicago our firm owned jointly in British Colum. CO.. YORK. n in a cartoon thus sizes up bia. We 6old to English syndicate the probablo mode of adjusting the headed 'by the General TO ERADICATE THE TICK. differences between the United States Mcintosh, of Canada, who paidus$250,- for four times the money. They played 000 for our property. We bought the and Spain : to a packed house last evening at the To dip sheep has been familiar to all I. Slightly damaging the mine some two years ago and have exEmpire, aud will have another big house American Hag 5 00 pended in the original purchase price for years, but it has only been recently tonight. Quincy Daily Herald, Feb. 25. rota II. Expectorating on America 7 50 additional lands, water and machinery that the dipping of cattle has been company will apThe III. Insultingan American citizen 9 20 bought over $100,000, so that we made heard of. It is time that experiments pear at above minstrel opera house ThursWhite & Bush " " IV. Maiming 10 00 in the bale a profit of about 8,000 for had been made at the experiment staday night. " 1.50 00 every $10,000 we had invested. We were tion in Texas, nut it really was not con" V. Murdering; mm ' oue common sailor VI. NO ROOM FOR THE SLUGGARD. 125 00 satisfied that we had a splendid mine sidered seriously until last summer when m VII. " two 200 00 which would have paid us handsomely experiments were made at Fort AVorth, Tex., under t,he direction of Dr. Victor VIII. Sailors in lots, per 100 An exchange strikingly says: From HfE-9,500 00 but it is so far away and as none of us were willing to va up there and look A. Norgaard, a scientist of tiie Bureau the depth of our heart do we pity the Ei!! X. li. An extra charge after the development we all agreed to of Animal Industry. It took many young man, or the young woman who of $37.50 per head will to sell. The mine is about a mile and years to discover what produced the has arrived at the age of manhood or be made in caes where fever among womanhood who has no idea of the a half from the famous Le Roy Mine, Texas, or splenetic bodies aro not recovnear Rossland, which is now paying a Northern cattle whilo at the same time reelities of life, and who is without a ered the Texas cattle, which were the cause trade, calling or profession. The time divident of $50,000 a month, andincreas-inIX. Dynamiting an American its profits right along. This Le Roy of the introduction of the fever, were has come in the history of the world thip without loss of life perfectly healthy. As time rolled on when every one who enters upon the per ton 500 00 Mine was owned by a company of lawyers from Spokane, Wash., who knew scientific men made investigations, un- threshhold of maturity should bo With loss of life, add nothing whatever about mining. They til finally theory of Dr. Cooper Cartice, equipped with the necessary qualifirastes as above X. were paying an expert $10,000 a of Philadelphia, that the tick common cations for making an independent livDynamiting a fleet of Amer- ;yau ship3 10 per cent. year to conduct their developments. to Southern c.ittle, coming in contact ing. It is better for a young man to 1 was at Rossland last June aud met with Northern cattle communicated the hoe corn, split wood, grub sprouts or oH above rate Terms cash, but time can be arranged a saloon keeper in that mining.center splenetic fever. That fact having been beat rock, even at 25c a day, than it is who hd credited the ie Roy Mine peo- established to the satisfacton of the Bu- to do nothing and be supported at the for in case of poor nations. A large assortment of American flags, ple to the amount of $3,000 or $4,000 for reau of Animal .Industry, effects to fiud expense of old fathers and mothers. sailorsaud ships constantly on hand at drinks aud jugs belore the mine be means to eradicate this tick from South- We will say what we have said iu the above rates. All our goods warranted. came paying property and had taken ern cattle, so that they can be shipped times past, the Lord has never yet stock for his liquid debts. Since then into the north with impunity, have been created a human being that was too Satisfaction guaranteed. good to take hold and do any kind of he has been offered $200,000 spot cash made. It has been decided now that dipping honest work. "Any occupation is pre WHAT GOD GIVES A BOY. for his stock and refused it, as he knows a good thing when he sees it. There Sothern cattle in paraffin oil which is a ferable to loafing and sponging." A body to live in and keep clean and is abundant of gold in that region, but distillation product from crude petroMISPLACEED CONFIDENCE. healthy, and as a dwelling for his mind it takes a mint of money to develop leum, obtained at the refineries, after and a temple for his soul. the gasoline and kerosene have been among those lofty mountains." A pair of hands to use for himself and distilled over, will kill the ticks successAt Winchester, a few days agp, a fully. Dr. Norgaard, 11I hie address at tramp, claiming to be a survivor of the others, but never against others for Ueats The Klondike. the stock gronera' convention held at Maine explosion, visited many homes. himself. Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Maryville, Denver last week, saiu A pair of feet to do errands of love and that the effects He was rigged like one who had been kindness, charity and business, but not Tex., has found a mo.re valuable dis- with this oil on the cattle were less the victim of au internal explosion, to loiter iu.places of mibcliicf or tempta- covery than has yet been made in the severe than those observed in the ex- and in nearly every instance the woKlondike, for years he suffered untold periment with oil. He also added that man of the house emptied her purse intion, or sin. A pair of lips to keep pure and unpol- agony from consumption accompanied it is the intention of the Department of to the hands of the mendicant, who left luted by tobacco or whisky, and to speak by hemorrhages, and was absolutely Agriculture to resume the experiments the town with a shotsack full of coiu. true, brave words, but not to make a cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for this coming spring, as soon as it isjpossi-bl- e It is hardly necessary to warn the peoConsumption, Coughs and Colds, he deto obtain ticky cattle at either of the ple of Richmond against such an impossmokestack of or a swill trough. clares that gold is of little value is com two dipping stations, nowat thedisposal A pair of ears to hear the music of tor, for no survivor of the Maine will bird, and tree and rill, and liuman parison to this marvelous cure, would of the Government, aud every effort will aver have to ask alms. Anothre fraud voice, but not to give heed to what the have it even if it cost a hundred dollars be uirnle to do away with tho slightly that was going about the country claimtempter says, or to what dishonors God a bottle. Asthma, Bronchitcs and all objectionable features that still remain. ing to have lost an arm whilo rescuing throat and lungs affections are positive- This is a question iu which millions of a little girl from under the cars, was ar or his mother. fre$i A pair of eyes to see the beautiful, the ly cured by Dr. King's, New Discovery dollars are involved, lrom the fact that rested. It was found that the arm was for Consumption. Trial bottle free at if science can devise ways and means good, and the true God's finger-prinstrapped to his side, while the empty & KS3) in the flower, the field, and snowilakes, Perry Thomas' Drugstore, Successors by which Southern cattle can be dipped sleeve of the coat went to substantiate "W. G. White, Regular size 50 cents successfully they can then be shipped his story. but not to feast on unclean pictures or to the blotches that Satin daubs and calls and $1.00. Guaranteed to cure or price Korth any month in the year, and the 2 refunded. stock raisers and farmers in the Northern It was a pleasure to the lriends of Mr. pleasure. States will be supplied with stockers James Cornelison to hear his address at A mind to remember, and reason and SOME TALL FIGURING. and feeders at comparatively moderate the Second Presbyterian Church on decide, and store up wisdom, and impart prices. Science has done much in the Sunday night last. The young man, a it toothers, but not to be turned into a Recently a gentleman, who is fond of past to Dromote the cattle iudustry, anil graduate of Central University, is studychip basket or rubbish heap for the chaff, m and the rubbish, and the sweepings of arithmetic, made up his mind that he there is no reason why more can not bo ing theology in the Presbyterian Semiwould find out how much a dinner done along the same line. Kansas nary at Danville. He is a son of Mr. the world's stale w it. This gentleman City Times. Howard Cornelison, of this city, and has A boul pure an.l spotless as a new fal- would really cost. asked how much a simple dinner that friends in Madison many to receive impressions len After years of untold suffering from His address was confined to a report of rv?5v of he was eating cost, and he was told of good, and to develope faculties piles, B. V. Pursellof Knitnersville, Fa., the Convention of the 'Students Volunpower and virtures which shall shape it 75 cents. He contradicted this and was cured bv using a single box of then mado out the following about the teer Movement," which has just held its day by day, as theaitist's chisel shapes Witch Hazel Salve. Skin diseases second annual meeting at Cleveland, O., &$k3 cost of that dinner: The pepper, he the stone into the image and likeness of such as eczema, rash, pimples and. obwhere 2,500 students from 500 of our RjsiSi Jesus Christ. Youth's Temperance Ban- said, came from 10,000 miles away. It stinate sores are readily cured by this educational institutions met for the purgrew on a little bush about eight feet ner. Douglas & Wihes. high, which must have had a growth famous remedy. their lives to a pose of At tho colored Baptist church Louis- of at least five years. The pepper was of the crusade for the THERE WILL BE NO PEACE PARTY. ville. Sunday, the Rev. D. A. Gaddie, picked green; it had to bo dried in the World in This Generation." It is a colored, pastor, made the sensational sun, and this meant employing women. great recruiting army for supplying vol m N. Y. Sun Nov. 10.J statement that he "had rather take a It took one ship and 1,000 miles of railto the foreign fields. That is what the uuanimity of con- uuteer missionaries gun and kill an American citizen than road to bring the pepper to the United Tho sessions at Cleveland were remarkto aid the American's in a war with States, The flour of which the bread gress meaus. If there is war fora just able for all phases of Christian work, U.&J wvj? J Spain." He further said, "the negro was made came from Dakota; some cause, there will be no opposition party the addresses by distinguished ChrisRehas no show ii this country" and "no one owned the land, and that meant in the Senate or in the House. tian workers being likened unto the exprotection from the law whatever. Why the investing of capital, and then he publicans and Democrats, Fopulist hortations of Commanders of Armies or aud Silverites, will form a single party should I or my people fight for a coun- had also to pay wages to the working-mea Council of War. Mr. Cornelison's purpose of for try that is agaiust us and who are doing The flour had to be ground, and the will bo national defence; description of the great meeting was well mz an American party that in their power to keep us down?" This and tho building of the mill, and the given, barring his slight embarrassment colored brother should go down about plant, or machinery, meant more and consequently an Administration due to this, his first appearance before party. Maj field. He might get the opportunimoney invested. The millers had to of citizens of his native Much more significant and impres- an audience ty he courts so freely. His langiuge be paid, coopers had to be paid for town. However, his unquestioned conunder any condition is incendiary if not making tho barrels; and, of course, sive than even the size of the appro- secration to his work, the known purity traitorous, and the colored congregation the wood of which tho barrels were priation voted into the Presidents hands of his life, and the earnestness of his dissenting voice by the to whom he addresses these words manner, added to the irapressiveuess of made had to be cut and sawed and without a justly indiguant. Colored people shiped, and this meant the employing House on Tuesday and by the Senate the occasion, being the best translation who keep the laws receive their share of of more men. Then the flour had to yesterday, is the majestic demonstraof the meaning of the movement to protection and it is the hight of folly be shipped over the railroad and tion of the spirit that animates the which he and thousands of other Godly for any one to assert they do not Men handled again by cartmen before it people's representatives in Congress. young men have given their lives. The like the Rev. Gacdie, though, overlook came into his house. The tea on the This is not the 'patriotism" which music was furnished by Misses Keith the importance and the solemnity of table came from China and the coffee shouts prematurely or sensationally in and Feeny, Messrs. Abbott, Turner and the position and instead of being a pow- from South America. The codfhh had order to hear its own voice. Is it not Scott, with Mr. Thomas, the talented er for good they are agents of evil. Leb- to be brought from Maine. Men had the "American'wm" that is American violinist, presiding at the organ. in order to sell extras. It is the sober anon Enterprise. to be employed to catch the fish ; other e and measured expression of the love Sam Jones was inyited by Dr. men aud women were employed in of tho conservative responsible, revival meetings to hold a series of drying, packing and boxing it, and it, mighty American people for their flag, in Brooklyn. The revivalist appeared too had to make a long railroad jour ney. The salt came from the Indian and the loyalty of the united Ameri- at the Talraage residence on the afternoon of the day on which his eugage-men- tj reservation in the northwetsern part can nation to its Government. There is no war party yet. If war began and introduced himself. Mr. of New York State. The spices in the comes, there will be no peace party. Talmage lDoked him over, and was cake came from the Spice island in The American nation will stand undithe Indian archipelago. The peaches vided, and there will no more be two evidently a little taken aback at the shabby appearance of the evangelist. came from California, and they too. parties than two flags. Aa it approached evening he said: capirepresented the employment of This modern malady has become amiss little dinner repretal and labor. The There are three little things which "Brother Jones, would you take it dreaded not more for its direct faa new suit of sented, directly or indirectly, the em- do more work than any other three little if'l presented you with tality than for the weakness of "Certainly not," said the of $500,000,000 ol capital and things created they are the ant, the body and mind it leaves behind it. ployment accommodating Samuel. He was taken 5,000,000 men. Karrodsburg Demo- bee and DoWitt's Little Early Kisers, Prolonged debility, permanent prosto foot, crat. the last being the famous little pills for to a clothier and fitted from head melancholy and suicide foltration, high hat. At church stomach and liver troubles. Douglas & topping all with a low La Grippe. For this disease the doctor introduced him aa Rev. SamFree Pills. Wines Druggist. superior ta there is no remedy uel P. Jones, from Georgia. Mr. Jones Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Send your address to H. E. Bucklen & The total number of copies of aroso, with his ne v hat in hand, and Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box remedy for la grippe tiat 1 "The best newspapers printed throughout the repeated: "Yes, Rev. Samuel P. Jones pf Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial know of is Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.' world in one year is 12,000,000,000. from Georgia" and added: "Aud this will convince you of their merits. These KEY. JOHN K. CHASE, To print these requires 781,246 tons is tho new suit of clothes and this the South Hampton, N. H. pills are easy In action and are particpounds, new hat your pastor has presented to of paper, or 1,532,160,000 five children were take a ular effective in the cure of Constipation while It would take the fastest single me. If your pastor had as much of the "My 'wife and down with la grippe, vihile the disease wasao and Sick Headache. For Malaria, and press 333 years to print u single year's grace of God in his heart as he has widely prevalent I dosed them with Ayer's Liver troubles they have been proved edition, which would produce a stack pride, he would convert all Brooklyn two Cherry Pectoral, and before using quite guaranteed to be bottles ray famfiy was restored to health. I invaluable. They are and would not need me." of papers nearly fifty miles high. several obstinate cases of the same perfectly free from every deleterious know of complaint which were also curedby this substancb and to be purely vegetable. J. PAEMTNTEB, remedy." They do not weaken by their action, but Miss. Paulette, X by giving tone to stomach and bowels was cured of la grippe by tho use of "I greatly invigorate the system. Eegular Ayer's Cherry Pectoral" THOMPSON, as. Fannington, 0. size 25c. per box. Sold by Perry & Pub. "Signal," West Thomas' Druggist. Successors to W. G. 2 White. POWDER DAKIKQ POWDER NEW ROYM. Inter-Ocea- There is at least one minsti el company in the world that fulfills all promises and goes its audiences several better. It is no "100 count 'em 100" company, but it has twenty-seve- n and everyone has something to do and dops it well". It has a tenor singer with almost a soprano voice and sweet withal; it has John Francis Beers, the human eel; it has Otis Bowers, one of the finest buriit-cor- k comedians on the stage; it has a good eccentric music duo, and two good knock-aboteams, one in pantomine, the other in song aud tragedy; it has a pig that drinks milk from a bottle, and a kennel of educated dogs, and many other features. Beach & Bowers give two solid hours of fun and that's as much as other minstrel companies do ut fSj !! NEW HARNESS AND IL' im SADDLERY FIRM 1 "JLT - i SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS55SS5SSSSSSSSSS Sfffi "r fl tig AVING purchased the stock of goods of the Richmond Harness and Saddle Company, John T. McClintock and George "W. White have formed a partnership to operate a First-clas-s Saddle and Harness Store next door to Fox's Livery Stable. SfrOJ nJs Iflfg fSJa I a il rial Eg a j FULL LINE OF -- m .arcvBSs, aiS ?- - "RnAVes, Cvauvs, Satvbs, TiatWaatvd.s, 3Vso a'SxxW Awe Our goods are domestic and imported, and guaranteed. Our workman from "Win- saddle department is in charge of a hrst-clas- s Chester. 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. ow ' Zz. &oo&s. Si pal i RCSDCCtlllllV u1 T ? i g McClintock W--, & White. mm Sfrrli liairJpisiiiTtgf rlhEfrBrrEhinrSJMISfii one-hor- se Pi ill McCoirmick VM Bros. r &vn ItiO'falltriAi'f Price Fighters I fe The insiauiutiii liimsc. M- X! - HVMr-- k B5a mR bV-- - r. r- - T v. . ts guarantee to save you from 25 to 50 per cent, on all kinds of If you need anything in the FUKNITURE line, call and see us, we k?2 f I m g4 m snow-flak- e; well-wishi- TESEgr Pry IFurriiture and Mattresses. FURNITURE SOLD OM IJNSTALLMJiJN Bed Boom, Suites, De-Wit- lb. $18 3 Pieces Prom n fiSWw.4 up. m m 3 Hall Backs, $1.50. Wardropes, $9.00 up. Center Tables, 75c. up. We also make fine Cokner Seats, and all kinds of Paeloe Etjen-ituee- , Foot Stools, Couch Pillows, all kinds of Eurniture and Matresses repaired and made new. m m 8S$ V m n. Awnings Of all kinds, made to order at Eock-Botto- m r WzA yl he-ca- Prices. K3K Tal-mag- La Grippe M 8 MICK 8B0THERS n ESS cured Kelley rvSi- - SECOND ST Hill mm r EICCHMI03isnD, ST5TJ s 2-5? Jinii ) - Winter Schedules IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER OTH. 2TJEET & 4 CHESCE-T- T Orkaas as, 1 8rs CiscJHHati to New EOUTE. Jackswyilk ZsX " 109 FDJEST MILES SHORTEST. VESTIBULED Ayer's Off! Petnraj bottles at ku 'lis reported that over at "Terry Hut" a man named Coffee has applied for a fllvnrnaon the 'crounds" that his wife "roasted" him and kept him in ,lhot water." The defense that his wife offers k that she knows no other wayto nmkeCofleegood.aThRt"eH" H.T Jmc. f... ;acau& CURECCHST1PATI0H so ANDY CATHARTIC TBMX3 IS THE MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN it - ALL DRUGGISTS VoW. nrrrtahat riHt eMTteralrMit. ABSOLUTELY uUimTfiED ; " . fim i!t. ... ptM4 .HMMim.M. n.iiiiinmninrliTl'll'rii'i,,. Kinlml ...-.. OTTlfTr Tfflrr f : V. ? '. ' ..) A3W AL1 KINDS OF GEMETERT WORK. , For. further parliGufars, pricesdsc., address f.l r, CR7Nrrife 70NUM6NTS, " -- Through Pullman Service is unequalled. Caie' Parlor and Observation Cars dailv. Standard Vestibuled day Coaches. Get your tickets via the Queen & Crescent Eoute . C. SDCEAKSON, Gca'l Pass'r Ait, Cisciuuti, 0. Subcri'De-Come'I- n! SOUTH 1 j. - ; ;' ?u . tp i s ' :,lv ". .. . - f. 3 "s. ?? r K. '1V v-.'--":- ... B.rr "! ,.,-" -- -- s " J . K flata; 4qDDiDei?.talWorR taw is tin tim8 to "u u -- : r"- - "-- - ? Sr. it5, Is - - a j4'c - - ifcifc0.! ii-lkT &S&3 ". -Si1 ,? 3 - v? 1 ' f c , ,! The Richmond Climax. PUBLISHED KVEBr WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co. C . WOODS, Associate Editor. mmmmmm The Apple bi ft. ," tile recent death of her sister "Aunt" ' iP y T A. mt 1 PRICE PER YEAR, MARCH 1G, $1.50. - 1S98. j G&F&' fad ik WEDNESDAY. FOR CONGRESS. HA y, : mS 9Ma? r" yBf Susan White, ten years her senior, Mrs Russell is tho only surviving sUter of' Hon. John White. Speaker of the XXIII Congress. Hon. John D. Whito, ol Manchester, Ky., is a nephew. Her husband was David Russell, a prominent merchant here in tho 60's. Now tLat her immediate family have passed away, Mrs. Russell sits in the twilight oi lifo iicacefiilly contemplating tho long past and the hopeful future, surrounded by devoted daughters and grandchildren who honor her and area source of jov in her declining years. Young Abboltsburn Dead. They Talk .About Her Everybody says she looks like a queen how could shelook otherwise, when sh1 per sists in wearing the American Lady Corset, that permits perfect freedom of action why not try one yourself: To be had of . B. - In obedience to the request of Democrat in every part of the Eighth Congressional Disbe of trict, awl in accordance with my desire toconn-trservice to the Democratic party and the critical and important times, I announce in mvself a candidate lor Congress, subject to the action of the Democratic party. As a loyal Democrat, I have always supported the nominees' and platforms of the Democratic paxtr and I now support the platform adopted by the last National Democratic Convention, held at Chicago. lam sincerely eratelnl for the cordial support given uie by the Democrats ot the Eighth Congressional District in the past, and I have tried to show my appreciation of their confidence and kindDest, by uiic asing efforts, to be a faithful and efficient Representative. If honored by the nomination, I believe, I can with the aid of ray brother Democrat, redeem the district, and in the future as in the past my best efforts shall be given to the faithful discharge of all duties required of me. JAMES B. MCCREARY, RlCEMOVD, THE WINDSOR -- C- AaiiKttttattettaxxittiaittttiiatiiXciilsttiOixtvsitcsKag t". eaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa . a "Vi "... mm - ;j::.:")De V&&& We T?toc&ssa.ou VvV$sY vl a e;;;l!s ao eat 'V 9a. SOa. Oa.. "Kerco aIJ 9 a KV. March 15, 1838. ex. ((. ' tie.. a.. a.. ' fe MENT. - I 7 09a. a.. Wallace! m Jp m a Mr a C J ...a a M'CREARY'S ANNOUNCE- In this is'iie of the Cumu will be found tlie nnnouticeioeiitof Jaino It. Mriearv, ofthisctt, forCongrees from tlii.-,tl- ie Kihlli IHstncl of Kentucky, suhjtvt to the action of the Democratic party. Mr McCreary has reached tin leteiiiuiiatioii after repeated requeMft fnini representative ri.irens from a livrt!irtrut. Xodistnet 1 i the StHte lud .t ni..ie faithful ar-ful, THE SAVOY H ov. ... V a. . The greatest short horn bull the world ever saw. Young Abbott, burn is dead. He was bred by the late lamented Col Thomas S. Moberly, of this city, and re coived the tiibt prize overall beel breeds at tho World Fair in 1893 Upon the death ot Col. Moherley in 189.") lite vast herd of cattle, the finest on the globe, oiing was diposcd of at public sale, AbboUtburn was purchased by Mr. Thos J. Wallaco, of Bunceton, Mo, and was shipped thither to stand at the head of Ellerslio Stock Farm. It was there, during tho early part of this month, lhat the great animal died, at the age of 13 ear&, leasing behind a record unequafed in the aunals of the w orld. ' We remember with what pride Col. Moberlev would exhibit this graud old fellow, after first showing off the good points of all his other prize winners, any one of which was worthy to head almost any stock farm in America. As the great "prize winner wonld amble out ol! his stall, Col. Moberley would call attention to his many fine points supposing that his visitors were able to appreciate them. Tho old bull 3,150 In prime condition weighed pounds, and was almost as broad across table. He the back as a dinning-roowas as docile as a dog and was led into many show rings by Col. Moberley's daughter, Geneva, then a child of eight or ten years. Col. Moberley brought the short horns to their highest development, and was the best cattle judge on the American continent. His wad death was followed by the salo of his herd of cattle, and thus Richmond lost one of her foremost citizens and surrendered for all time the prestige of being tho home of Foreit Groe the finest short horn herd in the world. well-kept AV. dn fail A u9mmMKM3mnm:wmBwmBmmmwvmmamm TUXER, Act. and nhort. black! Jh1 HOl white and drab. n A ... - A v. voaa V. - ' ( not., SO- .aOO eo -- C" CM" as O OS CO s.. (-- - I? B " - h.., Tin 7f.n npnil a Plnw.R A Wagon, or other mwmmm Bb "8a .a ' 9 : - o OOt... ca.Gt). 99t Got... QOo.. ai We are sole asents for tho Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Plows Olds I'arm WaROn In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware. Stoves and Tinware. Tin Roofing and Guttcrlnga Specialty. eo oe eo aa a a an ao a ) oV.V". " TAYLOR.. Bros, .a : ............... r"aaaoeHaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaai"B'''"o'a ;; a ao ao 09 . -- AAAAAAAAaAAAAA.A.........Asaa.)aa.)av. . lomi.iii.iiiit'iiiiii.iiiiiiiitii.iiin. iiiiiiiattiiaiiii (teioiitiiiiiiiiiiaiie "eauaaaaaaacaaaaesasaeesaevaasaaaasviaaaaevaaaeaaaaaaeaaasaaaa ........................a.................................. ' tittxtta'.iiotti v aai& wa o ah i 1 At uffl0 State of Ohio. City of Toledo, )( Luces County, FaKK J. Cheney makes oath that he i an tlie Eighth uliiii it, ami 1 panir-t.il.iii;: npre:i'.itive MeCreary - than repre-tenle- d is the senior partner of the firm of F. J Cheney & Co , doing business in tho city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pav the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLA Rt. for each and eery case of Catarrh that cannot hj cured by the use of Halis Catki:h Cure. Fit ink J. Cheeey. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th dav of Decomber, For Little People, Big People, Thin People, Old Pe..j.I and Young People, Rich People, Particul.tr IVn pie and People otherwise. can fit the foot and lit the pocket-boo- k in in thing in our line, if same is within the reach f retail shoe dealer. "We J ,, 11 1 M w. n u V I Mr. I same IkThe people prulid of the opporttiintv of able a reprei?entatie. Mionld the Democracy of the district place its banner in the hands of Mr. we frel fcatisiieJ he will bear it triumphantly to vi tory and the District will be redeemed from Republican o Mc-Crea- rj ptt. iie!ulur4 in the future : m the f ej ilk for him the aS- - mmkkimiJuifWttLf A. D. . 1SSU. . A. W. Gleson Notary Public. ' i flllPi looks with confidence to its ultimate endorsement when given a trial. When the election of '9fi, was over we discovered the faults of the present system, and who will deny that Kentucky's electoral vote would have been given to Bryan had not the majorities of mountain counties been "fixed" for McKinley. The State administration, entrenched in power by a combination which has to this time had no cause to be proud of its act, haJ the machinery and with the continued aid of said combination might duplicate the crime of '9G, but the new Election Bill is to prevent this, and who hopes that it will not succeed? With such men as commissioners as have been mentioned, who can doubt that the new regime will minnimize fraud and express the voice of the people at the polls. The hill proposes to creato a State Board of Election Commissioners composed of three men, to be elected by the Legislature. The State Board shall appoint a County Board of three men each, and it shall be the duty of the County Board to select all oflicers of election, said oflicers to bo equally divided between the two leading political parties. These election oflicers are to serve in general elections and not in primaries. SEVL tmmmmmt is THE MARGARITA hfefcfelfcfe s-v to The Cum iv extends to Mr. McCreary its most hearty support, and at the same time appeals to all good Democrats to rally to the standard of our distinguished fellow citizen, who, when lie once puts his hand to the plow, never turns back. At thU critical time in national affair it is of vast importance that the Eighth District be represented by a Democrat. We realize that the district is ery close even with Jackson out, but 'f the noniiualion is ;iven to Mr. McCrearv he will win! The a blow Houmj of Commons feels ajraiii'-- t the United Suites is equally a blow aprainst England. tint Tun fact that the Uosbal Hill had opponents who are as loyal and intelligent Democrat as can be found in a weeks journey was t source of regret, but when thee men, honestly differing in opinion from its advocates come forward, a.s does the Stanford Journal, and wish it well we hae no fears for the pam's success. The Interior Journal saus. 'Wo ver imiu'Ii fear that the law will provea biioisierang to the. Democratic part3', but v.U hope for tho best." Who hopes is no Democrat. The Goebel Election Dill about which so much was said and written, became a law oer the Governor's veto, 'lhe t"i.MiA favored the bill and with her sister, Mrs. C. S. Holton, who has been quite sick. Mrs. Matthew Allen Konnoy, nee Miss Delia Ramsey, of Danville, is visiting Mrs. T. S. Ramsey. Miss Mattie Holman, of Richmond, is visiting her sister, Mrb. Willard Davis. Jessamine Journal. Miss Esther Burnam returned to Frankfort Monday after a pleasant visit to relatives in this city. Mr. T. T. Covington, wife and faini ly visited Mrs. R. F. Spears in Jessamine Saturday and Sunday. Mr. John Robins and handsome wile have returned from a visit torelaties near Richmond. Lexington Colonel. Hon. C F. Burnam was present at the Kentucky Association of Yale alumni, in Louisville Saturday night. Col. D. W. Tribble, of Richmond, spent several days with his sister, Mrs. P. P. Nunnelley. Stanford Journal. Mr. John R. Gibson has returned from an extended trip through the South, including New Orleans Mardi Gras. Representative E. T. Burnam, of Madiion county, was in the city Monday en rout to Frankfort. Boarbon News. Mr. Green Igo, who has charge of the ranches of Messrs. "Watts & Walker in Texas, came up on Sunday for a visit. Mrs. Lucy Momen and Mits Emma Willis left yesterday for Cincinnati where they will purchase a nice line of Spring millinary. Mr. Finley F. Flannerj-- , for if. Herrman & Co's Saw mill, of Beattyville, visited his . parents in this county last w eek. Mrs Daniel DeJarnette, nee Miss Nannie Willis, returned to Virginia yesterday after a pleasant though all too brief stay with her parents and friends here. Mrs. Will D. Oldham and son, Master William Dow ell Oldham, Jr., have gone to Richmond, Ky., for a visit of two or three weeks. Lexington Leader, March 11. Miss Dora Murphy is tlie guest of Miss Viola Million, at Richmond Mrs. J. II. Boggs is in Richmond this week, visiting her invalid mother. Nicholasville Democrat. Mrs. W. "W. Combs was called to Frankfort on Tuesday by a telegram announcing the serious illness of her husband, Madison's excellent Representative in the Lower House of the Legislature. Messrs. Raymond Ray, Dan Ray, and J. R. Pierce, of Garrard County, left Tuesday for the West were they will seek their fortune. The girls on Poosey Ridge and adjoining neighborhood will for a short time at least rest in peace. Mrs. Willis Hisle is in Independence, Mo., at the bedside of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. &im Hisle, who is ery ill of consumption A telegram last Wednesday announced that the sick lady could not live. See notice under 'Died." book-keeper -- PERSONAL.. Mrs. Mat Cohen was in Cincinnati Friday. Mr. It. E. Turley was ill Cincinnati Friday. H Mr. L. P. Todd has returned from Cincinnati. Charlie Overley, of Taint Lick, is Main and Broadway. back from Texas. Miss Tillie Tribble visited relatives in Lexington Friday. Of Mr. J. B. Chennult was in Louisville last week on business. Mrs. G. G. Prewitt has returned from a visit to Clark County. Rev. S. A. Owen will preach at Red Watchful Democrats, House next Sunday at 3:30 o'clock. County Clerk John F. White has 's The call for mass Mr. Swallow, Isaac of C. TJ., returned from Jackson County. meetings over Kentucky, Monday, to preached to a large and appreciative new goods are coming faster than The Mrs. C. M. Clay, Jr., is visiting in audience at the becond Presbyterian condemn the Goebel election bill can be mentioned. Many that deserve Madison county. Bourbon New s. chuich Sunday. passed totally unheeded here. Howa prominent place here are crowded out Dr. T. D. Witherspoon, of Louisville, ever, it having been intimated in R. N. Beasley, of Paint Lick, is in 's and have to go unheralded and unsung. Cincinnati filled the pulpit of the Presbterian this week on business. Corner precinct that such a meetchurch last Sunday morning and We would call our particular attention Miss Mattie Ramsey, of Burkes-villnight, and those who heard his mag- ing would be held, quite a number of to our wall paper stock this season. It nificent sermons were much refreshed Democrats from there who were in is visiting Rev. and Mrs. McMilis n superb line, exclusive patterns, and benefitted by them. As is the favor of the Goebel bill came to town original ideas. The designers are crea- lan. custom of this good man he visited the Ex County Clerk V. L. Vaughn, of the sick, those Durdened with sorrow, early Monday morning, and had such tors ot stIe!. not followers. New, and the ones near the brink of eterni- a meeting beeh held what they would Irvine, was here Monday and Tuesstriking, tasteful, and prices below that ty, and consoled them with prayers have done for the opponents of the demanded for inferior goods. Just day. and (omforting talks on the blessed bill would "have been plenty." Winlook over our line, or such parts as will Mr. Herndon Dudley went to Louispromises. Juckson Hustler. chester Sun. interest vou, and we are sure you will ville Thursday to accept a position Mr. Crooke's Death. agree with us as to its merits. there. Elsewhere is recorded the notice of Mr. Charley Dudley loft Wednesday Kelly-WilsoMr. James Kelly, the death of John W. for North Carolina, to make his future and Miss Annie Wilson, of Locust our oldest and most Crooke, one of highly esteemed Branch, Estill County, were married We show 50 patterns that need but home. Monday at tiio Hotel Glyndon by Rev. citizens, father of Mejsrs. F. B. and to be seen to insure us a sale. All Mrs. James W. Smith, who has been I. B- - Timberlake. John W. Crooke and Misses Lucile and shades, all designs to suit any room, very ill for some weeks, is much imMoberly-BeoaddAt the bride's Nannie Crooke. His wife also survives. proved. irom the attic to the cellar. residence near Moberly, Mr. R. K. The wishes of the family, as to an exMoberley, merchant of that place, Messrs. Stone Walker, R.E. Turley tended notice which theirlamented reland Miss Bessie Broaddus. and C. H. Chenault were in Cincinnati ative so richly deserved, were misunCatchy, Frenchy florals and stripes in last week. derstood until too late to say more than the new tones of Green, Red and Bine. Miss Kathleen Povntz has returned the foregoing this week. Suffice to sav from a pleasant visit to relatives in Meoshon. Born to tho wife of J. A. an honored citizen is gone from among oVWOe Mershon on Wednesday night, March us, a christian of many virtues ML Sterling. has 9th, an S pound girl-M-ary Josephine. passed to his reward. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Couchman, of A few special stripes in silk effects, with or withont the frieze, with mould- Tayette, are visiting relatives at The Train Waited on a Hen. ings to match. They hang as beactiful White Station. Tho Stanford Branch of the KenMrs. L. E. Clay has returned home Ckooke. Peacefully entered into th as a real silk fabric Mrs. C. H. Pigg has returned to rest of Paradise, from his home, on the tucky Central Railroad has always Versailles, after a pleasant isit to from Louisville, after a pleasant visit evening of Moudav, March 14, 1898, been the object of ridicule and tho to Mrs. A. J. Reed. Mrs. Clay will Mrs. M. H. Pigg. John W. Crooko, in the 72nd jear of butt of jokes on account of the slow Awarded Beautiful Ingrains with large floral Mrs. R. E. Turloy and G.B. Turley, spend a few weeis with her parents, his age. I know that my Redeemer time made by the trains to and from Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tribble, after which livoth." Highest Honors World's Fair, and ceiling. Sr., are visiting relatives and friends borders Richmond. We long ago ceased to b" she will leave for Payette, Idaho, her Hisle. At her home in Independin Nicholasville. ence, Mo., Monday, March 14, Mrs, amused by the stones told on the future home. Vbz Mrs. Mat Cohen and daughter, Samuel Hisle, of lever, aged about '26 Airtight and Great Windy, but hero Dr. McMIllan,of Richmond, conduct- years. Deceased was related to the is a new one which will excite your Annie Bennett, returned laet night Tlie most exquisite line of English ed the chapel exorcises Monday morn- Simmons' of this county, and a daugh resibehties and wo credit it to tho from Cincinnati. Chintz and floral designs. ol Mr. Willis Hisle, near tnis versatile Lancaster ing and mado a Tery neat and enjoy- city. correspondent of Mrs. J. W. Smith is in Louisville to able address to' the students. Dr. Al Keene At his home near Union the Stanford Interior Journal: lo- - of room mouldings at acquaint hersslf with the latest styles A remnant len and Dr. McDonald each made City, Friday, Thomas Keene, of "The accommodating disposition ot pneu2c a foot to clo-each pattern. Bring m dressmaking. short calls at the college a few days monia, aged about seventy years. De- the K. C. Railway officials whb maniMiss Sallie Marshall, of Harrods-burg- , since. Caldwell College measure of roam and feta chance at Notes in Dan ceased was a member of the Christian fested tho other day, when an old lady, Church and of the John D. Hnmiitnn flagging is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. S. ville Advocate. these. They will only last a few days. the train at a small station, Masonic Lodge, No. 578 Only one child, Collins, on Main btreet. t Miss Georgia Eay McMillan, daugh- Mrs. John D. Hamilton, survives him, told the conductor that she wanted to Miss Lizzie Palmer, of Point JLeavel, his wife having ter of Rev. James R. McMillan, of grave two years proceeding him 'to the 6end a dozen eggs to Richmond, and is the guest of her brother, Mr. J. T. ago. the Richmond, Ky.f is filling the place of services by Rev. W. AfterGaml .funeral only had eleven, but the old blue hen on hi S. Palmer, on the Summit. Miss Wood, elocution teacher at Ham- remains were interred in the family was on the nest and would sootf lay the"other, and she wanted him to wait Attorney W. S.Bronston, of Lexing- ilton College, during the illness of the bu tying ground, near Union City. M ton, was the guest of his Bister, a few moments. The conductot.frnd-- ' Mrs. latter. Miss McMillan gave a reading Reid. Miss Maggie Roid died Jast MOST PERFECT MADE G. G. Prewitt, last week. at ine woman's iuiud jiere recently Sunday evening, of consumption, aged ly consented and the cackle of the'hea apwe orsp Cram of Tartar Powder. Lexington, Ky. .ueceasea was the Oa&jshter the'Bigiial for the traia Mrs. J. Irvine Blanton, of Cynthisma, and all were delighted with her and itjujears. T. w "vmnrnmooKt, AMmorftnyotfMrada of Mr. W. " Seid, who aidsWenly out." ' ." V - C.FiBrower&Co accomplishments.-.Lexingto- n her Leader, March 12. Rev. Malcolm MaoGregor, of Atlanta, Ga., who recently assisted Rev. J. F. Williams in a meeting held with so much success, will begin a meeting w ith Rev. I. B. Timberlake, at Richmond, March 1G. We can heartily commend tho services of brother Mac Gregor to the brethren at Richmond. His work hero is certainly of an abiding character. Harrodsburg Sayings. The many friends in this city of Miss Lucy Brandenburg, formerly a delightful resident of our town, but now of Richmond, Ky., were happy to see her the past week, being the guest of Mrs. Alex Hargis until Monday morning, when she departed for She had also visited Richmond. friends at Beattyville, where she is quite as popular as in Jackson. Jackson Hustler. Mr. Thos. J. Smith, Jr. and bride, nee Miss Elise C. Bennett, returned from their six weeks bridal tour to the City of Mexico on Monday evening. They also visited numerous places in the south and west, and have brought back many mementos of their long journey. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have been the recipients of many distinguished courtesies during their sojourn, and we do not know a couple better prepared by birth and education to receive civilities from prince or president. It is with unaffected delight that their safe return is heralded to their many friends, who in the hope aud belief, expressed at the nuptial altar, that their married life may be one long honeymoon. In our supplement toduy is a description of a portion of Mexico w here Mr. and Mrs. Smith visited, and we iinite the attention of theirfriends to the truly beautiful production. )mltMUW CS-So- Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surface of the system Send for testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo. O. by Druggists, 75c. mar3-l'd Mr. Robert McMichael died at an early hour this morning. m x V, We do not offer you $4 shoes for $1.98. bec.ui- cannot do so, aud you also know it cannot be dom ..,t a shoe for $2 that you will ; iv we do aim offer for elsewhere, and a shoe for S3 that you have paid and So a pair for, simply because we want you t get 3-- A 1 s H j your mone3-'- s worth. SrrjTvwq 11 M CaW. an& raamuva our 2V.e toeoxe qouW csctovctc J 8 "j GO What we Need. Now is The Time Strong, steady nerves Lancaster correspondent of the To purify your blood with Hood's SarThe Are needed for success Stanford Interior Journal strikes the saparilla. March, April, May are the nail squarely on the head when he says: tiying months of the year. At this Everywhere. Nerves "People talk very flippantly of what is Depend simply, solely, needed in the way of public improve- season your blood is loaded with impurities which have accumulated during Upon the blood. ments, but there are three things needed tho winter, and these impurities must that would bring more happiness to the be immediately expelled. Hood's SarPure, rich, nourishing people than everything else combined. saparilla is the One True Blood Purifier. What is really needed is more charity It is the medicine with has accomBlood feeds the nerves and less tattling, more work and less plished many thousands of ramarkable And makes them strong. loafing, more practice and less theory cures of all blood diseases. It is what The great nerve tonic is Let the people try these things and the millions take in the spring to build they will almost see angels wings Hood's Sarsaparilla, sprouting, w bile, living as they do, they up health and ward olT sickness. inarD-lBecause it makes only taste of the bitter things of perJlJCaptain Brownson goes abroad to indition." The blood rich and spect purchasable warships. The Mystic Midgets. Pure, giving it power An Attack of Frer-"Mis saying a good deal, but wo do It son had an attack of fe or and not recall a better exhibition by home To feed the nerves. talent than tho spectacular show en- when he recovered he camplnined that Hood's Sarsaparilla titled Mystic Midgets. About sixty his bones ached. His physician adisd Cures nervousness, of the younger children were on tho him to take Hood's Sarsaparilla and he stage at once, costumed beautifully, so. When he had taken two bottles Dyspepsia, rheumatism, and acting with clockwork precision he was cured. He is now able to do a Catarrh, scrofula, Mrs. Jason Walksr, who never makes man's work." George W. Webb. Three And all forms of a failure, managed the performance; Springs, Kentucky. Impure blood. Miss Decker, of New York, trained y H si Phone. Ao. 21. aigs?:is"K;?srsT5 Freeman ros. First Strftt. 9 1 ii1 M gThoviS&Uo&W? v-- mmmmM Vi ! 3? Sr P3$ v 2 " foci The ay to pet it is to use an O. K. Stove. want, properly hichevor von do you c cooked Tfeg.. Sg&&&Sifea .. 'N .to - O.K. Stoves and Ranges AM Certain RBLJGIOUS. about two week ago. The surviving members of tho family have our sincere svmpathy in their bereavement. Funeral services were held at tho Christain church yesterday afternoon, conducted by Revs. J. W.Mitchell and A.J. Arrick. Burial in Machpelah. Mt. Sterling Gazette. . Btkox Capt. L.A.Byron died in London the 17th of last month. He was born in Laurel county, March 7, 1S25. and married December 24th, 18G7, to Mrs. Elizabeth Woods, nee White, who survives him. He served in the Mexican war and in the Union army during tho rebellion. He was a lawyer oy proression, was admitted to the bar in 1864 aud practiced in Mt. Vernon many years, subsequently removing to Manchester and then to London. He is still remembered by most ot the citizens of Rockcastle. Livingston Colonel. Mrs. Byron is related to the Whites, of Madison county. Courier-Journal- Novelties Hay-den- e, MARRIED. x. us. BIRTHS. DEATHS. Hood's Pills are the only pills to take Miss Van Greenlcaf Queen, Miss Carlisle Chenault, with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Easy and It Psyche, and Miss Pepper, the Prince. vet efficient. Their acting was of a high class, but of Midway, Ed. Stevens, all tho rest did equally as well. Tho was ghen twenty-on- e years in the pen. sum pf $182 was taken in. When wear beuius to exceed repair in Musical Entertainment. your body jou are going to fil sick. The Musical convention which has Tae signs of it are lost of i'lcdi, paleness, been conducted by Prof. R. C. Adams, weakness nervousness, etc. The repair of Panola, at Newby, during the past needed is food. You think ou eat two weeks, will close with an entertain- enough, and jet jou feel that jou wear ment at Newby school house Saturday out more tissue, energy, nerve-forcnight, March 19. Tlie program will than vour food makes for you. The consist of solos quartetts and a general difficulty is that you do not digest enough. chorus, and will prove a rare musical And this is so serious it is worth sitting treat Mr. A. D. Flora whoso excellent down seriously to think about. If you voice is known far and wide, will assist can't digest what eat, take a few doses in carrying out the pregram. Prof. of Shaker Digestive Cordial, The effect Adams is conducting several vocal classes of it will be to increase your flesh and in Western Madison county and is en- make you feel stonger. You won't fall joying success. He is constantly in sick. Proof that is in control of your in Madison and adjoining counties reoair apparatus. It's easy enough to where his ability is being conspiucously test this for yourself. Take a few bottles recognized of Shaker Digestive Cordial. Sold bruggists at 10 cents to S1.C0 Beach & Bowers Coming to Richmond. it Beach & Bowers Minstrel company per bottle. will be at White Bush opera house Dubosc expresses himself as not Thursday night The following from alirmed over situation. the Omaha Daily Bee says of their Why is it that one man is old am; Notwithstanding tho strong counter decrepid at 45, and another hale and attractions, the theatre last night was hearty at 80? It depends on the care packed to the doors, hundreds being ho takes of himself. Often a man's body turned away, the attraction being the gets out of repair the trouble grows performance in this city of Beach & until it lays him out in bed. When-- e er a maw feels that he is not as well Bowen' refind minstrels. There was s, undoubtedly the best pleased audience as he ought to be, whenever he is without energy and without vitalithat ever assembled at this place of amusement. The company made a de- ty, whenever he finds that he is losing cided hit, every act being received with weight and that has ordinary work laughter and applause. The program gives him undue fatigue, he needs Dr. was new and original from the rise to Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. If the fall of the curtain, all of the old ho keeps on working with his liver he beeps his nerves and his body time-wobusiness being abandoned and replaced by pleasing innovations under a constant nervous strain. He will not be hearty when he is old. The in minstrelsy. "Golden Medical Discovery" cures Four Score and Four. diseases because nearly in my Last Wednesday was the 84th birth- all illness springs from the same thing-bad day of Mrs. Sallie Russell, mother of digestion and consequent impure Mrs. James To vis, Misses Sudie and blood. The "Discovery" makes the apDora Russell, of this city, Mrs. J. Tevis petite good, the disgestion strong, asWilkerson, of Lexington, and Mrs. Thos. similation easy, and the blood rich and, Hogue, of Georgia. Mrs. Russell is in pare- it excellent health, andenjoysherfriends, Representative Bingham was hissed is much beloved by them. Since and for criticizing General Lee. the children. was S? . -S jL 2?T JWT v ...nli liUVJ llltlb illU )!lli (inn VVMjrt.O tit if they convert a had cook into a good one. O. K. Stoves and Itangs are up to drte in every particu- Jar, and we w arrant e ery srL-m.- 3C uuc ill num. Gome. &u& e, . I Mini I W 3 Co & de-m-ud 0 Successors to Shackelford Richmond, Ky. Gentry, 4ftjM0& BUMPS 2:0(3-4. Wfc Wy w !KiMir& y& Wfr There are three haditnal criminals in London to evory two policemen. RUBESSTEIS 2:05. If you aro not feeling ell, why don't you take Hood's Sarsaparilla? It will purify and enrich your hlood and do you wonderiul good. It J. Ii. Jarvis was appionted postmaster at HedReville, Boyle county. Beit of All. To cleanso tae system in a (rent el and truly heneficia manner, when the springtime comes, me the true and perfect 29461.. remedy, Syrup of Fijr?. Buy the genuine. Manufactured by the California trial 2:23 . , Fig Syrup Co. only, and for sale hy all "BARrroHE" sired by "Baron Wilkes" 2 18 druggi&ts, at 3) cents per bottle. the greatest trotting stallion that has been bred mar 3 Ira up to now because his produce out race and out sell the produce ol any other stallion linnc or dead. Baron Wilkes list-len- .."BARITONE" in-pn- re rn "As Cold AbIco. n "Bumps' Rubenstein 2.05 sired so-call- This is the grateful expression of the thirsty soul who tastes the liquids cooled by ice made from pure diiitilled water by the Richmond Ice Facto- BSpFrek delivery, in any quantity, and on short notice. I Rachel 2:08 Baron Rogers 2.09J Baronet 2:11 , Red Silk 2:10 Baron Dillon 2.12 Baron Crisp 2.12'J Bay Baron 2:12'., Baromnore lrll'i Brava 2:11 And 41 Oakland Baron 2 09 Baron Dale 2 11 Xydia Wilfces 2.11 ALL RACE RECORDS. others in the list and is as jet a young horse. "Babtoxs" is a black stallion, snip nce two white feet, 15 hand 3 inches high. this spnnc In color, siie and artlnn r. resembles his sire about as much as any co.t i ever got, and has every thing in his favor thai it takes to make up a high-clastock horse, viz.: compa-a-tively ss A Ureal Deal ter-in-la- w o w ?IjP2?w BAlSNti POWDBt THE STANDAUk, keep a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's S'vruD J'epsiu in the house. of alljordinary sickness isform thestnmach; keep that organ in proper condition aud all will be well. Syrup Pepsin is a specific. Trial size bottles 10c, large sizes 5Qc and S1.00. of, B. L. Middleton. Nino-tenths of unnecessary expenditure of time and money may be saved if you will only Davidy R. Tevis, MANAGER. I f mar3-l- ui At Pittsburg a jealeus lover kills his sweetheart and then himself. It is StraBge SPEED, BREEDIXOAXD ISDIVIDUAUTT. TBABrroxKVlstdam "Black BeS3" 2:22s and she the dam of "Barodaise 2:20 at old. and Baritone' trial 2:23S by Wellington, by Kentucky Pnnce, sire of Guy 2:10 and others; 2d dam by Strathmore sire of 30 in 2:30; 3d dam by Mambrino Patchen, she in the great brood mare list. Notice that this colt comes from a great line of breeding and speed on both sire and dam side, and it is almost a certainty that his colts will go fast and sell well. Service feo $10 cash at time of service with usual return privilege or money refunded in case of failure. Corn for Sale. G.F.Brower&Co y that some people who say they never rem patent medicine advertisements will be found lnggiag home every new anii then a bottle of fiome favorite reHwly ofjltheirsv We don't botheryoa with intseh reftdias bat fast ask yon to try a it ; tojli " 3 49 TEAK I have for sale about two hundred barrels of cortlin the crib, in6arra.nl county, on wbht k known as theMerritt rr r ?& V All tvkam rurfsff m2an or, Dougiaa farM. II not sold privately sad before, vrHI salt same to ttw highest and officeWbi. Ssafcs. wlM nTA1 kn H :1 of T.J Jr., properly varfaed beet bidffec, oil the premises, on Thursto law wrtbia 36 day s or saae wiU be "tT.J.aMITM.Tnmtff. VkilrM 'bottto of Dr. ColdweU's Svrtm day, Mwah lapses, at 10 o'elock. MbU-Pepjin for.eeiuiMtiQn, indigestion and ATMtee, Sri" wWJsWt C3pany. tqMMttfc tropica SB Mui $1 00 aiMg. , of th AWiuioud Br hk XOS9TSU At S. L;- - J4WattoJ: Biixtu OMftj j Ky.. mb9-2w- . was!im Pu-ri- B. H. 1NEAIJE. Notice to Creditors. ai U ag . - sr i L V y3Do &;S V v. v 7 . , - i, , T5i , m SDPPLEMEHT. i 4- - I ' H' H f B con-eluded T" WT M iiM --" v JL-rf- i "W AI The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY ''Since the Yaqui Indians have MARCH 16, - - 1898. Tom Smith in Old Mexico. It was with much pleasure that the Ci I.M.M recieved a'directcotnmunidatiou from Mr. Thos. J. Smith, Jr , who with hm bride, nee Miss Elise C. Bennett, is sojourning in Old Mexico. After taking iu the New Orleans Mnrdi Gras, M. and Mrs. Smith went direct to the City of Mexico, where they are stopping at the palatial Hotel Sauz The following was not intended for publication in the Climax, but their friends here will be pi eased to read their views concerning tnis section of the Western Hemisphere so much discussed in political ciicles during the memorable campaign of 190. "From Mexico to the old town ol Cuernavaca w only about 75 miles. Round the capitol and lined along the lnllsidr to the westward the road runs through miles of pulqe maguey growing at. a height of 8,000 feet above sea level. "Among the gray, motionless waves of the pedregal grow bciub pine, but they ceem pitifully striving to swim in such a sea. Towards La Cuna or sum uiit of the Cuernavaca road tho &oil is kinder and the pines are bolder. They have left behind them in the foothills the billows of stone, crusted fantastically with moss fern, and then find tlieui selves 10,000 feet above sea level bafe ai the summit of El Gran I'ueifico, as Col. Hauipson has bo ambitiously and ap propriately 6tyled his great railroad. Almost2,000 feet still higher grow the pines,; l.eresmall and stunted, there tossing fragraut brandies twenty feetinair, and occasionly some did cedar or lir ris ing commandir.gly above all the rest. The pines follow the railroad almost halfway down to the Cuernavaca valley from the mbtic mountain of Tres Marias. Then the road cleaves one of these monstrous jewels, thobe uncut diamonds known ab the Tepotlan rocks that gem w ith savage grandeur the eastern end of that valley. The pines with their frag rant breath disappear and at a height of 4,500 feet above the sea level the palms appear, varied but always beautiful and suggestive of the warm, generous trop"The eye artistic, "6eein' things," as my old friend, Boyle Doty, used to say, can see a rare and lovely picture evolve from the morning haze of the Cuariiavjt-c- a valley. As the train leaves Tres Marias and winds down the mountain slope, curving past those magnificent pinnacles of porphyrv that carry on their broken points the ruins of temples, perchance of an Aisatic race, the eye rests on the Cuernavaca valley and in its center the castled town of Cortez, cradled in palms. The opening of this country will attract the attention of the people who are crowded out in the gieat struggle for riches in other parts of the world. Those with small capital will seek this luAiiri ous climate, where fruits, flowers, fish, and fortunes are within the reach of every one who has sufficient energy to plant a shrub or ine. or place bait on a hook. The Sonora railroad is operated from Guaymas to Benson, Ariz., in conjunction with the greatiiaiita Fe route, service direct to St. giving Louis in four days. The San Marcial coal fields in this district give promise of great value. They are defined to revolutionize the fuel trade of the Pacific coast. By examina-natioand comparison thes fields con10S square miles; more superficial tain area than all the anthracite coal basins, and are within twelve and miles square of the aggregate area of all the coalfields of England. The coal seams are continuous from the summit of Los Bronces range to the Yaqui river. The coal, too, is 6aid to be of superior quality, even surpassing the Pennsylvania anthracite. The Mexican coal has from 90 to 92 percent of fixed carbon 3J to to 5 percent ot volatile matter, an A 5 percent of ash, and leaves no clinkers on burning. first-class ics. n one-ha- lf a treaty with the Mexican government and accepted a reservation of 40,000 acres of land on the banks of the Yaqui river, the fertile Valley has been open to settlers, prospectors, miners, lumbermen and capitalists There is no section of country in the American continent which can compare with the wealth of this truly wonderful Yaqui valley, comprising neatly l,000,000acres of highly productive lauds, on which may be grown coffee, cotton, buggar-cano.auges limes lomons and all tropic fruits, tobacco, wheat, corn, beans, tomatoes in fact almost any product of torrid and temperate zone. The Yaqui Indians are an industrious, peaceable, energetic people and will soon bring this great area to a high state of productiveness. The climate is all that can be desired, The heat is not so opprebsive as is commonly supposed and the temperature will compare favorably w ith most places iu North California. "S. W. Simmons, formerly United States consul at Piedras Negras, who is now visiting this city and its surburhs, is siaung for a while at Cuervanaca. He has rented front rooms in the establishment known as the Borda Gardens. This was Maximiliau's favorite resort. At present the gardens are magnificent ruins. It cost, it is said, $3,000,000 to terrace and lay out the place, and in its time must have been very beautiful. Now every thing is dust and dirt. An old woman at the gate chaiges visitors ten centb for the piivilege of wandering through the wasted groves; in fact t'iose now in charge are begining to rent out every available room, Hence mirers. it haiipens that an ex United rooms iu the old palaces One more and we are done. This of Maximilian " from the Little Kock Gazette, Feb 12, is from a column notice declaring; this A Richmond Singer Earning a Wide Reputaas "One of the most finished musical tion. clubs ever herd in the city." Richmond furnishes one of the leadThe Mighty Deep," bass solo, by ing members of the now famous Ken- Mr. A. I). Flora, the forth number tucky Colonels, a quartette of high was surperbly well niven. Mr Flora class vocalists who have been touring was in splendid voice, and he seemingthe South. The Climax has read ly tried himself last night, as in fact many testimonials to their excellent did each member of the :roup, to show performances and gives herewith those t ose present ju-- t what he was capaof local interest. ble of producing when itcame to sing'I he first is from'the Memphis Coming His deep, sonorous notes, from mercial Appeal of February, 16: middle C to low A, were each given ' The Kentucky Colonels Quartette with an ease that told of his entire d sang to a audience last mastery of the art, and this splendid night in the Sunday-schoroom of number was never more perfectly the Central Baptist Church. The rendered by any artist who has herefirst thing they did was to dispel, by tofore appeared in Little Rock. He their appearance, any preconceived gave "Shadow of thd Pines," a lover's idea that the colonels of Kentucky are tefrain, as an encore, and this beautias tall as a door. There are four sizes ful song, rendered so perfectly, carried of these colonels one medium, every lover in the house, both young below the average and two taller. and old, the married men especially, What they may lack m stature they back to their courting days, and caused more than make up in volume and past recollections of old time spent iu sweetnebS of oice. Ech one is an the society of girls now grown gray, artist in his especial line, ami to well up in memory as vividly as if whether in solo or quartette, the selec- they were living their lives over tions were rendered with excellent ef- again, if only for the time present." fect. Each number called forth apIt is a pleasure to add not alone our plause, which was responded to. The feeble testimonial, but the universal colonel are especially happy in the opinion here, that Mr. Flora is worthy provincial songs, which breathe forth of all the praise heaped upon him. in every line folklore dear to the Ken- No entertainments here is complete tucky heart. The members of the without him, although this conceded quartette are : Warren B. Meeks, first truth has never affected his modest tenor; Edw. S. Fogg, second tenor and estimate of his power nor spoiled his cornet soloist; A D. Flora, basso admirable willingness to assist on any Mrs Harry D. A. O. Browne, and every occasion baritone, Taylor andMrs.Theo, Carroll Reynolds were the accompanists of CORRESPONDENCE. the evening.' In order to fully appreciate the high class music made by this organization VALLEY VIEW. and to ascertain the opinion entertained by strangers and critics of our own fellow citizen, Mr. Flora, we Two newjiouses are under'construc-tioreproduce this very prettily written here. critique from the Texarkana Courier, J. W. Masters has moved his family February 18: to Lexington. , AN EVEKING TO BE REMEMBERED. Ulysses Kates has opened a tousorial Not many- - days have gone by since parlor on Mill Street. the opera house resounded with the W. W, Baxter says if the men out of sweetest melody made for our delectawork at Valley View would stick to tion by ourguests,the Kentucky Colonels. Thursday evening of more than him, he could free Cuba. Richard Taylor has accepted a posia week ago, assembled within this play house, an audience, critical, com- tion as Clerk with J. W7 Masters, propetent, yet kind to appreciate the tal- prietor English Kitchen, Lexington. ent of Messrs. Fogg, Flora, Meek, A. Robert L. Mahan and wife nee Tay O. Browne and his gifted wife, in the lor, of Woodford county, are visiting e, dition of a difficult and pleasing program. From the first note of the Old Kentucky Home, heard from behind the drop curtain, to the closing number, was there ever an enthusiastic reception and a most complimentary call. Memory will have deserted her golden throne ere one individual in this audience could forget theglorious voice of Mr. A D.Flora, deep as the mighty sea, yet beautiful as the starry heavens, giving out something that reaches the innermost recesses of our souls. It will ever be pleasure to recall the cornet solo of Prof. E. G. Fogg, rendered by a master touch, kindling our feeling hearts, touching them but lightly, and pouring into our ears a thousand melodies unheard before. Col. Warren Meeks captured the house with his superb rendition of a most diillcultsolo. Till the stars grew old will the pleasing impres-io- n created this evening abide with our citizens. Dr. A. O. Browne sung his own composition in his matchless Baritone; not to the ear alone did itappeal, but each note found lodgement in the hearts of those present and forever and a day will it linger, as tho' coming from the climate of heaven and sung in the language of angels. By many the gem of the evening was declared to be the original arrangement of "Mocking Bird" by Mrs. A O Browne. So per-- f ct was the technique and imitation that the appearance of a number of these waiblers. could in no way have snipriseed the audience. A most enthusiastic recall, attested the pleasure this pianist had given her ad ma t lmi - w rwfa A -a.w.wj,iA V' TT" si WM the family of Schuyler Taylor lit Million. returned to his home in Illinois last The log carriage iu the Barker Cedar week. Tuesday last, the ladies of the Baptist Company's Mill broke one day last week and caused a shut down for aiew Chnrch sent a large box of eatables to Baptist Orphan Home at Louisville. days. from Members of the "Bessie Farrier MisW. E. Chase returned last week Eastern Kentucky, where he had gone sion Band," please don't forget thatonr in the interest of the Southern Lumber society meets first Saturday in each month at Mt. Zion Church. Company A riproaring bottom sweeper extendSILVER CREEK. ing from the head waters of the Kentucky river to ,is wanted as there will be houses to let iu V. V. Mr. Sam Farris, of C. U.. spent from How the mighty have fallen, but by Friday until Monday with his parents (he fall has been granted more space Master Richard Jones, Jr., went to for he who once edited a 'Thin Richmond Saturday, to have his eves in the Climax now has several treated. columns of the same matter to edit. Miss Stella Adams, of M. F. I., spent Hamilton R Smith, the Prince of from Friday until Monday with her good fellows, was visiting friends (?) at parents-Mr- . Ford Sunday. H. R. S.. or beiterkuown J. C Adams sold to I. W. and L. as 'His Royal Sweetest" is an unmarri- A. Ballard, 100 barrels of corn at $170 iu ed man hence his weekly visits to the crib Ford. Mr. W. B. Jones sold a pair of young Elder Gieeny Stalker returned last mules to Johu Galloway, of Paint Lick, where he had for $100. week from Virginia, charge of a church. Mr. Stal'ier is quite a young man, but is forging to the front Citizens ol Madison County Who Pay Taxes in ministerial duty. HeBaid the Climax on More Than $20,000. was a regular visitor while from home The following list from the Assesand was like meeting old friends. sor's report, shows the names of sixty The patrons of the post office at Per five citizens, of this county each of kins, which has been dibcontinued, are whom pays taxes on more than feeling sore over the matter, and it is there are a great number whose said they can see the hand ofawel assessment reaches almost$20,000 who knowu Republican in the deal, who are not given for the reason that space they say was dealt a solar plexus blow will not permit. For this intersting last fall by the voters ot Biggerstatf list the Climax under obligations to precinct Deputy County Clerk. Carols Fish: $28,740 Win. Bennett WALLACETOX. Cal-umu" $20,-00- 0; Statescon-suHocrupi- cs T.C.Bronston 4 J. W. Bales C C. McWhorter Curtis F. Burnatn Joel Hill sold to A. R. Burnam one cow for $10. Miss Sarah Reynolds sold to William James Bennett Mrs Elizabeth Bennett estate . Moore one horse for $52.50. W. L. Crutcher exr W R. Boggs R. J. Dollins sold to James A. and W H- - B. Dillingham L. Todd, 30 hoj!S at 3J cents. Pat Grady James A. Todd &old to John Ballard Mrs. E. V. Gibson a bunch of fat shoats at 31 cents. I. Shelby Irvine Rev. Miller, presiding elder, closed a Mrs. Wm. M. Irvine . three days meeting Sunday, at the Mrs. Ida M. Moberley 27,920 22,120 41,830 33,000 43,480 31,220 25,S30 55,350 24,260 20,750 35,600 ... fair-size- ol pro-fuu- do n Methodist Church. Mr. and .Mrs. Joseph I Wylie, nee Miss Rhoda Boaiu, spent Sundj with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ballard. Mr. W. L. ToJd says he has been by a stray mare (sorrel with white spot iu forehead) for some time. 0 ner will lavor him if he will call and get same. .Mr. Wade Wylie, of Silver Creek, has been attending our meetings very regularly of late. We can not say positively whether it is our eloquent sermon or some of our pretty young ladies that is the attraction, but we are rather inclined to believe it is the latter. Mr. Wagers, County Superintendent, made our vicinity a call last week in view of changing our district, by taking part of it and part of the one lying east, and thus making a new district. While for the convenience of the children our district needs a divibon, we do not think the proposed way would be best, for, by doing so our district would be more than four miles iu length and about one mile in width. Thus you see it would be cheating some of the children for the benefit of others. Yet we appreciate Mr. Wager's efforts to change the district, but we think it could be changed in a manner more agreeable to all. But, we all know the advautage of a large district, is that the best teacher always compete for them etc., etc. Mrs.AunC.McCann James B. McCreary Richmond W. R. 37,630 48.230 20,000 Water A Light Co. ed T.J.Smith Sr. J. W. Smith Moran Wm. B. Smith G, B. Turley Dudley Tribble Mrs. J. P. Tribble Mrs. Aim W. Walters W. W. Watts 29,190 . 75,000 39,220 26,090 Shackelford Agt. for Jennie B. 45,000 22,430 22,890 28,620 20,500 22,570 20,750 J. Stone Walker Wm. Arnold C M. Clay B. J. Clay .Mary B. Clay T D. ChenaultJr B.C. Hackett W. A. 46,000 66,250 21,630 42,050 21.000 Langford G. B. Million B. H. Neal John M. Parkes S. B. Phelps 20,110 32150 29,870 34,350 26.900 39,860 26,320 27,120 Anderson Chenault L'hos. Phelps C. L Searcy T. E. Baldwin T. D Chenault Miss LilaM. Chenault 24,010 24,930 35360 74,430 Olivia Gregory 21,059 27,520 36,830 22.SG0 Joe W. Gibbs D. M.Terrill G.J. White & son J.S.Boggs John D.Goodloe 29,900 33,510 24,100 KmGSTOlT. John W. Parrish S. E. Welch 20,000 31.420 James C. Adams Miss Jane Craig went to Cincinnati M. F. Arbuckle Ed H. Ballard last week. T. S. Burnam Little Clarence Hurst still remains dangerously ill. Alex. Azbill, who has been confined to his bed the past week, is out again. Mr. Dick Colyer, nicknamed "the tire peddler" was in town last Saturday. Mr. George B. Todd, who has been visiting relatives here the past month, 26,150 29,860 22,970 N. B. Coy Mrs. Smira Ilockaday W. S. Hume & Co Mrs. FM. Hume 46.390 33,530 39,500 40,930 34,270 23,310 33,800 20.0S0 74 890 Ben L. Price Southern Lumber Co Mrs. N. B. Terrill James W. Caperton too brief Btay fripnde voiuuaj'uuci n 2'icanauu miuugii' mi with her parents and I of Madison" co u n ty. Rev. S. A. Owen will preach at Red noyine success. maud in Madison and adjoining counties repair apparatus. ' easv pnouuh jv "m 15 WKITTKX FOK THE CUUU. "INDEMNITY." Refuge from oppression. Land of the brave and the free, The world is looking on yon now Your every act to see. You may no longer stand apart, For freedom's in the fight; Enlist you, in the battle For humanity and right. Hark! to that cry of agony, That fcound of mortal strife, Where Liberty, bound "hand and foot" Is struggling for her life; The groans from Spanish prisons on our shore, A tyrant's bleeding victim Falls mangled at our door. Re-ec- Deplomats and marionetts, still Bow, and smirk, and smile, And quote official precedence From court of St. James style. They cringe.to Europes Princelings, By Mammon they are led, Where is the independence For which our father's bled I The blast that wrecked our battle ship, Resounds from hill to hill, Americans and Patriots, Does it say "Peace be Still 1" No! nail aloft the starry flag And beat to quarters now. Our Goddess is insulted, A stain is on her brow. Xot all the gold of this "wide world" Is worth one Patriot's life, What is a Queen's condolenct To home, and friends, and wife ? Claim for the ship "indemnity," But all that will suffice, Free Cuba for our martyed men. Demand it without price. A. S. the people when the judgementto be rendered has already beeu determined. Senator Mills has placed himself on record as to the money question recently in the following words: "Now that the great body of the its stand commercial world On last Wednesday the Senate by a against silver, I do not bolieve it in unanimous vote passed the $50,000,000 the power of the United States alone, defence hill which the House iiad by its independent action, to restore unanimously passed the day before the value of silver to par with gold The moral effect of such a vote is com- at 16 to 1 " mensurate with the material aid it Senator Mills has not always talked gives to the Government. When the in this straiu. He has beeu in times country's honor is at stake, patriotic past an enthusiastic and an eloquent Americans think alike and stand to- advocate ot the free coinage of silver gether. at the ratio of 16 to 1. When he changed on this question in 1S93 McKinley has beeu in a year to- ho signedfront political death warrant. his day Are you any better off for hav- Ho is going to join the ranks of the ing voted for him? Stanford Journal, silent leaders and to take his place by every Kentucky colonel could raise a reginieut to march against Spain, what a vast army would be put in the field by the grand old CommonThe other States of the wealth. Union wouldn't be in it. Georgetown Times. If les-- s for him to appeal to Gkovek Cleveland has lapsed into his letter writing habit, and is giving auviw uy mantogo.u ueinocraw Adolph Sfiigal to Visit Kentucky. M ?a rk! m US T1" has-tak- en I March 4. Don't ask us! Richmond Climax. Nobody asked you, sir, she said. The question was propounded solely tosocalled Democrats, who stultified themselves. Stanford Journal. Amen, brother! Let that soak in. G And this is fame! Sunday's Enquirer Question Box contained the following, and who that reads this will say that by such ignorance the questioner confesses him self unknown: Who is the present representative of the Eighth District of Kentucky in United States Congress? E. L. E., Glendale, Ky. Answer George Mosby Davidson. CORRESPONDENCE. WACO. the side of Cleveland, Hill, Carlisle and Wilson. When Roger Q. Mills joined the Republicans in their attacks on silver he ceased to represent the Democracy of his state. It is fitting that he should cease to misrepresent the Democracy of Texas in the Senate. However sound a man may be on all other matters of Democratic doctrine, if he is unsound on the money question he is unfit to represent his party in Congress. The great battle for the people is on, and all those who are not with the people heart and soul in their fight to restoie the money of the constitution should be considered as against them. Mrs. W. W. Combs left for Frankfort tucky has been carried twice by fraud Thursday iu answer to a telegram no- and corruption, the election bill is not tifying her of the serious illness of her far wrong, but comes more in the form of a necessity, says the Lancaster corhusband. Mr. T. P. Dudley, who has been at respondent of the Stanford Journal. home several days on account of sick- We mi'e fight the devil with fire and Reness, returned Friday to his work at he frequently appears clothed in Severe measure publican costume. Camp Nelson. When we consider the fact that Ken- are sometimes necessary, in politics, T. K. Hamilton spent Saturday and as in war. Sunday at his home in Union City and attended the funeral and burial services The Pittsburg school children are of his grandfather. to pioneer a monument movement for Saturday morning at eleven o'clock the sailors of the lost Maine, who are Rev. I. B. Tiinberlake, of Richmond, buried in Havaua. One cent is to be delivered at the Baptist church au up contributed by every pupil, and in lifting discourse from Grow in grace ; this way sufficient funds are to be col- and in the knowledge of our Lord and lected for the erection of a shaft in Saviour Jesus Christ." Aftei the sermon the Havana cemetery. The Central the following deacons were invited for- Board of Education in Pittsburg will ward to participate in the ordination of confer with the educational boards of James Cornelibou and Dillard Fielder other cities. It is proposed to have as deacons of the church. Brethren every child in the public schools of Parks, Tipton and Johnston, of Union, this country contribute one cent for W. O Chenault, of Republican, Kit this purpose, the money to be turned Todd, of Seedwell, Embry. Oldham over to a commission appointed by the and Elkin of Waco. After appropriate Secretary of the United States Navy. scripture reading and prayer by Rev S. No Convention to be held this year A. Owen aud the laying on of hands by will be fraught witli greater interest the ministers and deacons. Rev. gave a most impressive and or importance than the great gatherpractical charge to the deacons, fol- ing of the Democratic hosts and all lowed by Pastor Owen in the charge to their allies of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois aud Kentucky in Indianapolis on the church. Wednesday and Thursday, April 6th KINGSTON. and "tli at the Second annual convenLittle Terrie Friend is on the sick tion of the league of the Ohio Valley. Every silver club, whether politir. cal, social, labor or class, can send delJ. H. Farris returned to Tyrone egates to this convention au as such Monday morning. W. J. Bryan has positively promised Mies Bettie Azbill, of Berea, is visit- to attend the meeting, George Fred ing relatives here. Williams, A. N. Towne, H. F. Bartine, Mr. and Mrs. Mode Crawtord returned Joe Blackbnrn, J. K.Jones, A. J. War-uetrom Rockcastle county last week. Marion Butler and others are also Mr. Steve Farris, of Winchester, vis- expected, and a railroad rate of one fare for round trip has been given. ited relatives here last week. There is no reason why Kentucky's On March U the infant child of Will delegation should not be large and Hums died of spinal meningitis. representative. The movement. . Mr. Milton Elliott, Jr., of Lexington, tIlH Bndon,eill,nf of stat Chair is visiting his brother, Nathan, at this man Johnston, Hon. Charles J. Bron-stoplace. Judge Tarvin and others who Mrs. Robert Terrill,' of Richmond, is are with the League to , Mis. Brack make the meeting an unqualified sucvisiting her Maupin. cess. All requests for information Mr. T. C. Witt sold last week to Doc from Kentucky should be sent to RamHerndon, of Richmond, 111 barrells of sey Washington, Newport, Ky., who will also send blanks for organizing corn at $1.50 per barrel. Mr.4 and Mrs. Joe Terrill, of Rich- clubs if .desired. As only delegates mond, spent Saturday and Sunday are certain of seats, and each club is entitled to fifty delegates, everyone with Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Witt. should come as a delegate if possable. After a pleasant visit to relatives at Lexington, little Miss Dollie Moody Rodger Q. Mills is an eloquent returned to her home last week. able and conscieutious senator from A large and attentive audience was the south, but he is out of harmony out to listen to a lecture on local op- with the Democracy of his state aud tion given by Rev. G. W. Young, of the nation on the money question. Richmond, Saturday evening last. ApThis being the case, his retirement is propriate songs were sung by Berea's from the contest for wise, and, as he says, it would be use- quartette of young men. Tim-berla- We regretted to see Democrats tearing their shirts because the Goebel Election Bill became a law. Opposition to it was to be expected from certain sources which are out of harmony with the party, and nothing so delights this minority as such evidences of lack of unity in the party. We hereunder append the vigorous reply of Fayette county's able representative to the protest gotten up to induce him to vote against the Goebel Bill. It is straight talk and with thosewho know the distinguished gentleman who stands as close to Mj. Bryan as any man in Kentucky, it will have its weight. "At present I have only this to say about the ''Election Bill," and, to the man who thinks it should speak a volume. After a caucus duly called and regularly held 54 membersof the House of Representatives out of a total of 60 memler.s voted yea and 12 voted no. The same combination of Republicans, gold standard Democrats, railroad corporation and the public press owned and controlled by them, which fought and defeated us in 1896, are still to be found at your Capital and in your State fighting this Democratic measure. Think well before you actand remember it was a small minority arrogating to themselves all the princi pales and patriotism which disgraced Kentucky with a Republican Senator who is even ridiculed by his own party, and the same spirit of bossism and superiority keeps in the United States Senate a man repudiated by the party which elected him and representing a party which did not carry in that election a precinct in the State. 'The origin of the opposition to this bill is to be found in The Courier-Journbuilding. It is the same that defeated Hardin, Blackburn and Bryan in this State and will defeat Bryan again in 1900 if they succeed in killing the 'Election Bill." "We should consider well and not be led into the camp of the enemy who are posing today as the saviors of the Democratic party." Joseph A HumpIirkys. Representative from Fayette County al list-M- r. h. n, sister-in-law- Ernest Fishback has given up his position as express agent at this point and W. F. Garrett takes the place. Mr. Garrett will not continue his run between this place and Cincinnatibut will run between hree and Richmond, going to Richmond in the morning and returning in the afternoon. Livingston Colonel. of phi,adepllja, Mf Adolph g " the prominent promoter who recently ""PUDMcaiw oi irimauemma purchaaed for Eastern capitalists the who call themselves gold Democrats, Richmond, Nicholasville, Irvine & former President Cleveland says: is expected here "1 am so earnest in my desire to see Beattyville Railroad, to the section this week, en route our country blessed with safe "mouey through which the newly acquired and a suitable financial system that I says the Louisville property paes-jsam of the opinion that we ought .o Commercial His visit may mean give patriotic and consistent support much to Kentucky, as he represents to any plan which insures this result, an English syndicate that holds exwhich ha the elements that promise tensive land possessions in the counits successful advocacy." ties touched by the R N. I. & B. whicli This is characteristic advice from the sees that it is to its interest to make an man who betrayed his party. It is adoutlet for tiio timber and coal that vice to the effect that men claiming to abound thereon. be Democrats should unite witli Re-is understood, purchase publicans for the poipose of defeating of It R. N. & B. that the with the was made the I. the party to which they claim to be- idea of the connecting it with the long. & Cumberland Gap railroad As the gold Democrats have tried the which Mr. Segal's syndicate also owns experiment of electing a Republican and consolidating the two witli what president, they are in position to judge is known as the Beattyville & Cumof the beneficent result. They have berland Gap road. This road extends helped to make possible the from Beattyville Junction to BeattyDingley tariff; they have ville, a distance of eight miles. At aided in creating trusts with a capital Beattyville Junction it connects with of a thousand million dollar with the Lexington & Eastern Railroad, exwhich to strangle competition in trade; tending from Lexington to Jackson, a they have assisted in prolonging the distance of ninety-fou- r miles. By exagony ot Cuba; they have helped tending the Richmond, Nicholasville, along the humbug of international Irvine & Beattyville Railroad to Beabimetallism, as represented by Mc- - ttyville, as orginally intended, and by Kinley's commission, sent to Europe, puchasing the Beattyville & Cumberand they have been turned out of of- land Gap line, the combination alfice to make room for Republicans. ready referred to could be made. How do they like being assistant A valuable outlet it would form for Republicans as far as they have got? the minera'. wnd timber resorces in When the New York Mail and Ex. eastern Kentocky. which are known to press comments on Cleveland's letter be very extensive. In building the it grows facetious. It says: '"With an road, both Owsley and Clay counties, aggressive and unselfish union of which are without a mile of railroad sound money forces the silver ques within their boundaries, would bo tion, which is bound to the predo- provided with railroad facilities. The minant issue this year, can be settled land between Beattyville and Cumonce lor all in the interest of houes- - berland Gap in owned principally by ty aud justice." four syndicates. The National Coal & There is a depth of humor in that Iron Co , of Louis ide, is one, while worthy of a professional jester. How-ric- the others aro the International Deand unctuous is the phrase. velopment Co , ti e New Yor n ' with au aggressive and unselfish Co., and thr Eureka Land Co., union!" The unselfishness of the Re- the last thr being eastern syndipublican party has been demonstrated. cates. Do the gold Democrats want any moie Mr. Sega has alieahy had a of it? io nd Biattyville, examining i e country re i'ened to, especiThe New York Sun in an editorial ally alond he pro sed extentiou to of March 10, says: Beattyvill . it i said repret To whatever heights of patriotic fer- sentative of the Union Trust Compavor the country rises in its determina- ny, of N Y ik. has also been in tion to defend its shores and its honor, Eastern Kentucky on the same busiand however millions Congiess votes ness. for that purpose,ud how ever extensive the preparations to protect the coast, matters not what little intestinal aud however formidable the .fleet as- broils, religious u.i erences or partisan sembled in readiness to repel a Spanish hostilities mav arise in this country attack, all these magnificent expres- let a foreign foe manifest a disposition sions of martial ardor piled together to act ugly and take our scalp and then will not bury from American eyes the it is that American patriotism asserts cause of the entire demonstration, itself, and manifests to the world that namely, Cuba's struggle for liberty. this is indeed the "Land of the Free No joining of hands by the two parties and the Home of the Brave." Sev in Congress in the voting of supplies euty million people have but one song for national defence, or no acquittal of ''My Country 'Tis of Thee." Spain on the part of the Board investi- From Plymouth Rock to the shining gating the disaster of the Maine, will Eldorado of the West, from Gotham to wipe out the expressions of sympathy the land of theiallegator,thereisnotone for the Cubans found in the Dem- single discord in the great symphony. ocratic and Republican national plat- Whether war is declared or not this form of 1896, or relieve the Adminis- country has taught the nations of the tration from its obligation to make earth the greatest lesson of the centhem good. tury. Argonaut. The Cuban revolution is the most solemn act that the times are putting "I notice an interesting thing in u into history. It is the first of the connection with the destruction of the dramas now in progress. It is a great struggle for liberty. The Cu- battleship Maine," observed Dr. Leac "Out of a tobans have faught for years, against to The Penciler tal of 295 seaman on beard, 116 were of horrors absolutely unknown elsewhere in modern civilization, for that same foreign birth, coming from all parts of freedom from transatlantic despotism the globe. I counted the list, Irishwhich the United States first made men lead the list, with Germany, Norway and Sweden following close bethe glory of the Western world. The propositon is about as folTo end in Cuba's favor this awful ef- hind. fort, to see that she get the Ameri- lows: Irish, 27; Sweeds, 18; Germans, can freedom that she craves, and to 15; Norwegians, 12; Japanese. 9; Danes, complete her independence, are the 7; Englishmen, 6; Scotch, 2; Frencprovince and the duty of this republic hmen; Finlan, 3; Canucks, 3; and two as surely as that we are worthy of our each from Nova Scotia, "West Indies, own history and that James Monroe Malta, Newfoundland and Greece. was once President of the United New Brunswick, Prince Edwards Island, Roumania, Prussia and Belgium States. have one representive each." This ex hibit for a single warship is quite an Wanted Young Men. Any young man with the ambition interesting item when one ask s where to work and learn a useful trade at this country gets her sailors. Danville home, giving the possessor employ- Advocate. ment any time and at any place is wanted to learn the sign painting trade The Western League has conferred on by mail, write for particulars, terms President Johnson the power of suspendLUBANE VaNAWKEN, &C mar9 2t St. Loui8,-M- o. ing rowdy ball players. . uMU.Uuawuu.uurKu iu l t 5? Te , a ast je, TO: lr. rid ais Mor-risto- ft ,he . I, aid id m deficit-produci- ng us, ad - fut Si' JIG 3 3re 150 DsS nil Ele I1.0 il.t (he 1th in- - v'8 ins b JSe he he the jch hot J. h Devel-opme- tun repre-sentnt- he un er, tlic. illy ti or It k n i 'ar- - :ar-th- e his ust to-da- y: m-.b- le hat lild hu-ma- to-da- y. en. I. ck. jss, lair cat i ear i Fet jhe jug Oil fees l ?" ect ind fall bur to County cierK-:jonn-irrv- nite nas" turned from Jackson County. The lor mass U., meetings over Kentucky, Monday, to recognized. ter William Dowe'll Oldham, Jr., have preached to a large and appreciative Beach & Bowers Mrs. Will D. Oldham and son, MasMr. Isaac Swallow, of uourier-Joili'iIaTs"c- les of Coming to Richmond. C. Shaker Digestive Cordial. Sold bruggists at 10 cents to $1X0 1 I I I I & ?f ?$ 7 v OUR LITTLE SONG FOR SPRING! VERSE NO. A11 1. I S $ g Hood'sS III Cure sick headache, bad taste In the mouth, coated tongue, gas In the stomach, am distress and Indigestion. Do not weaken, but have tonic effect. 2S cent. The only Mill to take with Hood'i Sartaparllla. 8p? hJ? II What patriotic Americans freedom for stricken Cuba. want re invited to join in the chorus. TWO SPRING SHAPES in our line of., a u f k EViEVS Iliffltk'V WHll jk .M2S&V HHHW 61 alfe : Whooping cough is the mostdistress-in- g malady; but its duration can be cut short by the use of One Minute Cough Cure, which is also the best known remedy for croup and all lung and bronchial trouble. Douglas & Wines Drug- gist. IT'S ALL - OVER - NOW! The fall trade and the holiday trade have come to a close, and having had the largest and most successful season during its business career, the f 41 r W i fcT3 aHHR:tajH VI A fanner in Minnesota kilied a neighbor and then committed suicide. Just try a 0c. box of Cascarets, the finest liver and bou el regulator ever made. tnayl ly Busy Bee Cash Stores -- - Huret, the riders, has won $10,000 in a lottery in Furis. Don't Tobacco Enih cad Snoko Your Life Awii;. If you want to quit tob.iico using easily . and bemadovoll,!itrour, miiguetlc, full of nuw life and vior, tako"No-To-Baloi-everc, Has decided to commence the greatest- - I H & f 2?fKs 2N. x it X . WM ND PSteEVER LEARANCE SALE 1 r 9 fcUME;;! CX-'''- -. wv -- " V s yv? SSMCE- - awe- I 3R Nil' wn i ,6mt &pvtfv$ Saws s Compete v &)&YT?acxVav. Ue Suve o See.'iWcv.. ooooo y tlic tuat makes wcaUmcn strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. Over 400,000 cured. Buy of your druggist, under guarantee to cure, COo or $1 .(H). Booklet and sair.plo mailcil free. Ad. SStciling llcmedy Uo.,Chic:ico or New York. wonder-worke- r, HELD IN THE CITY . 4 Not a Single Item in this Great Store has escapeed the keen edge ) -- of onr sharp knife. Detroit elevator conductors will organ- We are anxious to do a little good in this world and can think of no pleas- anter or better way to do it than by re- commending One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia, consume 4mtt onI nniarcnrinnc Intirr tHnlilAn 41...4.v I'lin. DV.AWUO iiaij " UUUUira UlUb follow neglected colds, Douglas it Winps Druggist. It oooBGUQLA h t TSniSS.- - psraKraKaaK2 s s I &Z LVK.aUKai- RIGHT & co0 tf l- Sjy We did not stop at Overcoats, Clothing and Cloaks, but went down the line and applied the cold steel to each and every department m the house. The cost of roods in manv departments entirely lost sight of. our objec; being to close out the entire line. If vou haven't bought your winter dress goods, dress trimmings or silks, come and get them. Don't think vou N ) haven t got the money, for just a little money goes a long $) way in this department. You can buy a grain sack full of shoes ami boots for w iiat a few pair formerley cost you. We are celling in this great cut price sale good heavy, winter shoes for ladies at C9c per pair. Good winter boots for men at Sl.l') per pair. Children's shoes almost put in to fill np the sack. , . 0 wL """l"-R"- V SMKV & y ? ' dKfSjkm fi K 5x ? 0 7g V I 4 finlif'rfeljBft-- '' vlikr TtSSr . Tlifl DiMiA(il riimnv i lit iuwimuiiu viiiiiaA. 1G, Our Overcoats and Cloaks have been slaughtered unmercifully. They all go out at less than the former price, and many of them almost given away to clean them up. Many of the very best things are still to be had in tais line and those who have waited until now to buy will reap a rich harvest. m Wl DXESDAY. MARCH 1S9S. UVV Us9 VUOUwOu&OOUQwOO&UOOU C3 -B- aHard & Dunn shipped a car load ofihogs Saturdav. Don't forget the Hotel Zimmer on Second street, when in the citv. See advertisement of .Richmond Ice Factorv elsewhere in this issue. The Tiling "AVER'S SARSAPARTLLA has been household companion in cur family for years. I take it every Spring, beginning in April. It tones np my system, gives me an excellent appetito and I sleep like a top." H. R. WILDEY, Philadelphia, Pa. W. 7 Tffs 7g 7W W 7t$ 9 5 e 7S g ? keen-edge- d a Q? Have mv f The tariff on woolen goods does no: effect the prices in this sale, as we have applied our knife to the carpet stock a ad if possible cut deeper than any other department. you need any carpets for 3our houses this spring buy them during this sale and save 23 If per cent. Nice bleached table damask. 2."c per yard; good red table cloth, full width, fast colors, 17c per yard; good outing e block cotcloth will be sold at 4c per yard; full ton, clear of dressing, only 4jc per'yaru; Green Ticket e Sea Island cotLonsdale, only Gc per yard; nice ton, 4c per yard. Take advantage of this big sale and buy your calicos for comforts at our cut prices. yard-widyard-wid- I Taylor Brothers have employed for year, J. T. Leonard, of Catlettfa-burto do their tin and slate roofing. The Ladies Exchange will give an Lecture at court house March 21. ice cream supper tomorrow night at Clothing at prices never so low at their store in the Schlegel Building on sept st juffcrs. Main street. Don't forget it. & Bowers Minstrel Thursday Beach George Million, colored, who stole night. some tobacco from Ed Cornelison'sbarn, Dr. Hobson, Dentist, Richmond, near Silver Creek, has been lodged in jail. His trial will occur Saturday on Kentucky. niarS lyr the charge of petty larceny. A. II. Lalor has opened a grocery Joe Giuuchigliaui has moved his n Irvine Street. stock of confectionaries into the buildA new stock of buggies, etc. at ing recently ocenpied by H. Zimmer on John Donelson's. Main Street, where he will serve the Mereopiicou lecture on "Southern public as in the past. Joe looks very Africa"' at court hou-March 21. comfortable in his new quarters, Beforp selecting your spring suit. A protracted meeting will bgin at all on Chas. Jacobs' the Main Street the Baptist church, this city, on Sunday tailor. next. Rev. Malcolm McGregor the disDon't buy a suit or hat for your boy tinguished Atlanta divine to conduct the services with the assistance of the without seeing Stoullers. pastor, Rev. I. II. Timberlake. Beach & Bowers Minstrel Company The best goods, best trimmings, .i; the opera house Thursday night. See stitched with the best threads, by skilled notice elsewheretailors is the spring Clothing we show A fanner in Fayette county bad 700 you. All at prices that will not and canpounds of tobacco stolen from him in not be duplicated by any one else. cne night last week. Covington & Mitchell. Ha.s and caps latest styles and lowProf. J. L. Shearer will give a sept est prices at Stoulfer's. lecture on "Southern Africa," Rev. W. K. Lloyd is conducting a Monday, Mrch 21, at S o'clock. These rev ial at the Second Christian Church views are magnificent and are full of near the L & X. depot. The entertainment and instruction. - Fifteen shares of Farmers National schools are especially invited to attend. 2o cents. Bank stock were sold Saturday to H. B. Admission 35 cents. Children Dillingham at $131 pershare- Hole! Zimmer now open aud ready to accommodate u its to order at btoutfer's at ready Is the public both in transient and regular made prices. boarders at the most reasonable rates. Make mi investigation ot our spring Call and see him on Second street. pints, prices aud qualities. It will inmchlG-2- t terest vou. Covington & Mitchell. Mrs. Flisha Roberts has again asHorse and Jack cards neatly print- of her old stand, corner ilat tliisollice. Give us a call before sumed control First and Irvine streets, and will con'.ung elsewhere, and we will save you tinue to run one of the best hotels and i.iout y. boarding houses in the city. Mr. and Stoufler sells clotlmig cheaper than Mrs. Ilimebaugh, who have been in aiivltody. charge of the house for some time, gave Mr R. L. Gentry left Monday for up the management in order to allow where he has accepted a Mr. Ilimebaugh to go on the road. with the Milward Hardware P iMtiou Its a hard matter to keep a htock Company. of vehicles on hand all the tune; but The cigarette bill, which prohibits if you will leave vour order with me the hale of cigarettes, importation of you will get what you want. John Donelson. bime, or the material for making them, has become a law. A month ago Tilden Singleton, SUiufTcr sells clothing cheaper than who clearks for F. M. Ware at McKin-neanybody. picked his teeth with a broom Con Tay- straw, a piece of which got betwee two The friends of Mr. and Mrs. lor will regiet to hear that their little jaw teeth and he could net get it out. .laughter. Stella Burnam continues in It bothered him a good deal, but the trouble ended Wednesday night by it a critical condition. working sufficiently through the cheek Stouffer is the oldest clothier, furnish- to be pulled out. Stanford Journal. er and Hattel in the city. Manager G. A. Roy, of the SouthChas. Jacobs, the fashionable Main ern Lumber Company, Valley View, Street tailor, is turning out the handhas 4S,000 logs bought in the mounsomest 6uits ever seen in Richmond. tains and is only awaiting a tide to Examine his samples. bring them to the mill. He predicts See Stoufler for cheap overcoats. an unsually prosperoue year forVal-e- y iu View, with plenty of work and says Calomel good wages. Xicholasvi lie Democrat. Hazel Green Herald From is a sure cure for hog cholera. Be deceived by alleged "cheap" a half to a teaspoonf ul is given as a prices on envelopes, litier paper, etc, dose either dry or in slop. from foreign establishments. Xobody is claimed does printing for yonr benefit or for The thirtieth of March for the Klondike Lecture to be delivered their health. The Climax office does at the Court House by a traveler to that work as cheaply as anybody on the face of the earth. Ask for prices before gofrozen field ot fickle fortune. ing elsewhere. We will duplicate any See Stouffer for underwear. prices, quality of stock and work conCm sept-2- 9 sidered. The Grand Jury in its final report It isn't often that tramps wander in Winchester last week, returned 90 off into the mountain counties but indictments against various parties for one went up into Lee county last violation of the local option law. week and taught the people of that See Stoufler and save money on section a trick or two. Running clothing, over coats and underwear. short of money, he stole a couple of boxes of axle grease and transformWe're always glad to have unbe- ed it into corn salve and sold it at lievers come in. It's a pleasure to ten cents a box. Ho actually sold to open their eyes. undeceive them three boxes to the man from whom Facte speak louder than words Come he stole the axle grease. m Covington & Mitchell. "When the dust is on the counter If I havn't what you wnnt give me and the cobweb's ou the shelf, and your order subject to approval. no one in the store but your John Doxelsox. there's own disheartened self, and your stock is turned out last week getting shelfworn, and everything looks The Climax some job work for Messrs T. Z. & T. B. ttale. and bills enough are coining due Tavlor. of Waco, who claim to be en- - j to make a banker pale. Oh! then'stuo joying the best business for years. t;me a fellow is a feelin' kind o' bine Such gentlemen as the Messrs Taylor ana- jg puzzled with the thought of the nrp instlv entitled to a flourishing kroner t'bintr to do. In such a situation (but one remedy applies: If you want business. customers you've got to ad- PAfitin Duck ejnrs at 25 cents per i to get the vertise 13. also a few fine game cockerels for j Destructive Fire. May ColMXS A Narrow Escape From sale cheap. Richmond, Ky. fcb23-lrframe dwtsll- handsome The ... cao unuo vumu-..- ". ,ncrnf Mr. David OlienanlL isr located -- .i. . in me house on the Irvine against Thos. Nunan, charged with a beyond the toll on Monday afternoon misdemeanor last week, Judge Scott pike, caught fire but for timely assistance decided that the Sheriff's fee for taking at to'clockand house would have bail bend, was a debt against the de- from neighbors the although the been destroyed. As it was jprliori of fendantand collectible, Wullycovabd of the charge. I the roofwa burned. defendant 1 by iaearance. Winchester 3 in Kichmoml. Advertisements will be received o Mr. Simpson and Miss Tuwsey, of i' THK CLIMAX with the guar- - O Round Hill, were united in marriage jj 2 nntor tluit its rirmliirimi nvfiwxla O O j esterday at Squire Amer's store. 3 5 that of any other paper published C & ?" R c the g, For Spring Wealthy Tax Pavers. -- rtw VM ni I I I I 1 Spring Clothing Fashionably Right. "vYj & 3BK- .:, M CO I We will offer during this sale ono lot of about 400 pair ladies' oxfords at G9c per pair. There is not a slipper in from St. 25 np to $2.50. this lot that is 0 are all broken not worth is compo&ed of several but sizes and the lot different kinds. Tan, black, white and all colors and shapes. Look through this lot while in the house, we want to close them L out. J rS A ) ; i. 2S)-G- m In our supplement appcais a list of v wthe 65 citizens who pay taxes on more jf than $2,000. This list was in typo one V ii S week ago, but was crowded out together with other matter, on account of adve- TJR" rtisementswhich must go. To Issup a Handsome Annual. I I II it' IT ew ..& wO means to be cor- recti dressed and perfectly fitted. Where, outside of our store, w ill you get W the careful attention we Kive you as to K eTery detail being absolutely right? X , , ( T tO' J5Vs SlW S 3BjpK k R The Senior class of Central University is to issue anuther Annual, the Cream and Crimson. It will be slightly larger than the handsome book issued two years ago. and will cost $400, the Job Printing Company to do the work. Courier-Journal Nwre-vvrr-JwV $re e The A. 0. U. W. Pays a Death Claim. sept-29-G- m - The Ancient Order of United Workman paid to the widow of Albert Schilling, on last Wednesday, the sum d of $2,000, the amount of insurance by deceased in the order. Mr. Schilling had been a member of the A. 0. IT. W. about twelve months. cai-rie- ly as YOU are. Good fitting clothes arc commenced on, your friends notice it, you come back to us, your friends follow you. Even in the face of these facts you pay less for our clothing than elsewhere. These are the points that have made our store the success it is s tT i iO xS. i II What we have left in underwear will be sold at the following prices: Children's 10c vests at 5c; 15c vests at 10c; 25c vestp at 15c; ladies' 25c vests at 15c; 40c vests at L"4c; 50c vests at 29c; men's 35c ribbed vests at 23c; men's 50c ribbed vests at 39c; men's 75c and SI vests will bo closed at one price, 49c; drawers to match all vests, same price iui vests. In this sale you can get good men's hats at 39c; leal fur hats for men, nobby and stylish, at C9c. You can save from $1 to $4 on a trunk by taking advantage of this cut price sale. Children's suit ami .9 at ridiculously low prices. suits have also knee the effect of youths and boys' long-pafelt . nt ) Men's suits and parts of suits will be sold in this sale our cold steel. "WE are just as much interested in having your suit fit perfect- J w NS" 5fep -- PPN v J J Even before going to print people are staring in amazement at the low prices we are naming on goods and a this sale will be thoroughly advertised, our house will be jammed with eager purchasers. So get in line and follow the crowd. Get your plate of the peaches andcreimwe are giving away before it is all gone. stfTZr 9R Thanking you before hand for your patronage of this sale and for your liberal past favors, we are very respectfully, to-da- j. - W. v&f D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. SMs sa 3ovinrion stere-optic- ou A Valued Subscriber. Mr. Willis Ilisle, of this county, paid us a call Monday, and before leav- 29-l- sept-29-O- m ing paid his subscriptions to 1890. Although Mr. Hisle prefert the gold What pleasure is there in life with a metal, he is a staunch supporter of the Climax, and scuds to friends aud rela- headache, constipation and biliousness? tives at a distance four subscriptions Thousands experience them who could 2B become perfectly healthy by using yearly. Little Early Risers, the famous A An Evening in Palestine. little pills. Douglas & AVines Druggist. an illustrated lecture with song, by An A bill is introduced in the House adRev. J. W. McGarvey, Jr., showing mitting all war supplies from abroad sa&z- many large and splendid views of the Holy Land, will be given at the Pond free of dutv. Church, Friday evening, March 18th, Cascarets stimulateliver, kidneys and at 7:30 o'clock. Admission, 25 cents; bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. mavl-lchildren, 10 cents. Richmond should 10c. L. F. Frisbie will succeed Postmaster a good delegation as it is for charisend Cook at Middlesboro April 14. table purposes. De-Wit- t's mmmmzr -- i Hi mmif U T?Yo$Ye.ssfc u.otvue.Ys. &r I Mm Smk dmh TT i ir VlT3 r T3 "X J ik S!t2' 7K y Pay-a- s You-G- o Club. sept-29-C- in Cuts. Burns, Krnises. Rheu says: Pay-a- s you-g- o clubs are being organized in many matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. towns. The members pledge them- Q.Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to VS. White. selves to incur no debt, and to purTho intercollegiate oratorical contest chase only such goods an they can pay cash for. The whole country should will be held at Lexington, April 1. be organized into one great club of Everybody Says So. this sort, and prosperiety will make its Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonderful medical discoverv of the age, p appearence, never again to depart. and refreshing to the taste, act gently An exchange ill! CUBAN OIL cures N (dim f Iff! ft cas-a- nt f x zea To Remove lo The Queen City. Our well known Main street Jeweler, D. P. Armer, who has been in business here for the past twenty five years will remove at an early date to Cincinnati, where he will be connected with the Sun Light Gas Company, as secretary and Treasurer. Mr. Armer i closing out his entire stock atauction. While we regret to see Mr. Armer and his excellent wife leave Richmon, wo heartely commend them to the Queen City. Cancelled The Order. y, sept-i'J-Gi- n and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing tho entire system, dispel colds, euro headache, fever, habitual constipation and biliousness. Please buy and try a box 10, 25, 50 cents. Sold and of C. C. C. guaranteed to cure by all druggists. 2sr"7v1 - I At Harrodsburg Monday 48 shares of the Mercer National Bank sold at $120. Don't annoy others by your coughing, and risk your life by neglecting a cold. One Minute Cough Cure cures QPiighs, colds, croup, grippe and all throat and lung troubles. Douglas & Wines Druggist n M (MM fM R i sept-29-G- ui sept-y-G- There is growing dissatisfactions in 7G e the hardware firms of following order England over Salisbnry'8 foreign policy. received the last week which eclipses anything of PamaNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep-- r Swllll gia, Constipation and Indi- M the kind ever heard of, says the Stan ford Journal. A farmer living in Jes- gestion. Eegulates the Liver. Price, 25 eta. samine wrote the following notice: G.Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to "W. White. One of Xicho-Iasvill- My MS 'Please send me one siz-inc- uozen forks." at the this postscript: "My son tells me he had already ordered the above, so please do not send them. h Twelve-Year-Old keg of nails, one hinges and three pitchbottom of the note was A peacemaker was shot and mortally wounded at Lancaster. Salt-Itheu- m sept-29-C- and Eczema, Tetter, The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Boy Leaves Home. A Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases son ot David Motley, have been permanently cured by it. It The residing near the mouth of Silver is equally efficient for itching piles and nipples; Creek, ran away from home last Thurs- a favorite remedy for sorefrost bitea chilblains, horse and fifteen chapped hands, eyes. 25 cts. per box. day, takiug his father's and chronic sore dollars in money. He turned the horse Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are loose at Richmond whore he bought horse himself a suit of clothes, and remained just what a Tonic, needs when in had blood purifier and condition. leaving next morning on vermifuge. over night, They are not food but train for Indianapolis, it being as far as medicine.and the best in use to put a Price 25 the remainder of the money would carry horse in prime condition. parents that cents per package. him. It is thought by his he is making his way toward Rloom-ingtoElizaboth Humphreys died yesterday III., where he has an uncle. at he county poor asplum, aged sixty-ffv- e years. Badly Needed. n, ?s? Has moved to his new place on Second Street, in the Garnett House Block, the store formerly 5R occupied by T. H. Karr, where he is ready to serve the public in the future as he has in the S past, and earnestly solicits everybody to come and see him. Here are a few of the samples of how he will treat vou . sic READ AND PROFIT! S9 3 S s tX - a two-tor- y n.mnooni, wqitted Sa yt Our City Council while looking around for the interest of the City should not neglect taking a peep at the sidewalk from McKee's corner to the L. & X. Depot, which is traveled more than any street in our town and has received less, if any attention, than any of our public thoroughfares. We hope the Council will take this in hand and have repairs made so the citizens and numbers of strangers that daily use this passway will not be reminded of traveling through some unkept pigpath to the entrance of a mountain blind-tigeGentlemen put on your metropolitan clothes and give us a rest from this obnoxious mud and slush that is attended from the slightest- rain fall on Main Street. ""When biiioue or costive, eat a Cascaret, gaudy oathartk, cure RuaranteGd, 10, 25c may5 lyr r. - Children and adults tortured by burns, scalds, injuries, eczema or skin diseases may secure instant relief by using DeWitt's Witch nazal taive, it is the grfcat Pile remedy. Douglas & Wines Druggist. The Milwaukee team will travel 9,000 miles this year in his journey around the circuit PJymouih Rock Eggs For Sale. J Suits that sold at $5.00 Suits that sold at $7.00. .' . . . Suits that sold at $10.00 Suits that sold at $13.50 Overcoats sold at$6.00 Overcoats sold at$7.50 . . . . ; Overcoats sold at$9.00 Overcoats sold at $10.00 Shoes that sold at $1.50 . . .t. . . Shoes that sold at $2.00.-- . STOW$ ' 4.00 NOW 5.G0 ',. . . .NO W S.00 '. . . .NOW 10.80 NOW 4.80 (3.00 J Q ?& H--4 M NOW NOW NOW . l 7.20 8.00 1.20 m v NOW CO NOW 1.60 m Shoes that sold at $2.50 NOW $ 2.00 Shoes that sold at $3.00 NOW 2.40 Shoes that sold at $4.00 NOW 3.20 Our $5.00 Emerson Shoes in Tan and Pat- - ent Enamel '. NOW 4.00 SOc Hats that sold for $1.00 NOW Hats that sold for $1.25 NOW 1.00 sold for $1.50 NOW 1.20 Hats that sold for $2,00 Hats that NOW 1.60 sold for $2.50 Hats that i ..NOW 2.00 .- s y ay 3SC-- - Mr. M.,F. Arbuckle will sell Barred Plymouth Bock eggs at $1. per setting of 15, roosters this season from Sid Conger, Ind.Jand E. B. Thompson K Y. stock all Bold. "For Indian game eggs, !' t aat same p,rice, appiy to iuro. itr. came for both. buckle. IMrli. M. P. Arbuckle, Silver Creek, j Post-office X a M iiir Madfco-- .. A 1 9JW H. J. S tRENd I f The Micr, Mk, THE FURNISHER. The Sheer, Tk f . II la . . .. - . - - .. J l . - - . - -- . ."a -- . im kLaI CoHnty. fcfe231lj 'I M ? . ', , Kentucky. '.' '.V - PSgB- ft. jpi ' 1 CTR a j. Who eu think Wanted-aomealnmle thing to rtent? Protect roar Idem: ther mar briar Ton wealm. Write JOHN "WEDDERBOTtN & CO, Patent JUtor-BoWaabl&ctrfn. D. c, for their (1.830 prlxa offer sd Ilit or two hundred lnvenUons wanted. ln Idea n, gyfeiPfGs CORRESPONDENCE. WAGEBSVIZLE Cstlll County. munityofhis valuable services and ad- Fr&skforb Si Mnti Eiilmy. J Mrs. J. W. Wilson, of this place, is In ESect March 1, 1837. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. Lve Frankfort Arr Elkhorn. SwiUer. Stamping Ground Duvalls Georgetown.. Lve Georgetown. . a.m. p.m. 6 30 6 45 6 51 7 02 7 03 7 20 8 00 8 12 3 00 S 20 3 32 " . ... , . 38 3 58 4 15 30 4 42 Arr Newtown.. Centreville. Elizabeth . . Paris 8 22 8 28 8 40 4 52 4 68 5 10 WEST BOUND. Lve Paris . . Arr Elizabeth Centreville .. Newtown. Georgetown Lve Georgetown Arr Duvalls. . Stamping Ground SwiUer Elkhorn. Frankfort. . . . . . a.m. p.m. 5 30 5 42 5 48 6 58 6 10 6 30 6 41 6 48 6 59 7 06 9 20 9 32 9 38 9 48 10 00 10 40 JO 55 .1110 " Jl .11 25 35 11 55 7 20 C. D. BERCAVY, Gen'l Pass. Agent GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Snpt. rrankfort, Kentucky. tods d Ok Eaitey. Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom Eastern ExpreRS for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Accom. New York Limited F. F. V 6 55 am 7 30 3 00 4 50 am pm pra Both the Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 cent bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. OKTB ENJOYS method and resnlts when EAST BOUND. 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom.- New York Limited F. F. V. Jl 58 am Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom . 6 30 pm Washington Express 9 23 pm Accommodation trains run daily except Sunday. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping and dining car service to ew York. For information, rates or sleeper reservations K. HOOD. Agent L.N.Ry., call on or write Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W. BARNEY. D. P. A. C. iO.Ey. Lexington. Ky. MUISVIUE. KT. Jan5-l- y tiEW YORK, K.X. spending n fw tla3s with her sister, Mrs. E. B. Scribner,, fit Perkins, Several from this place attended court at Richmond Monday. Among the number woro, Jo lis ih Wagers, John "Wilson, Simp AVnrford, Horace Watford and others. Miss Mamie "Wagers is visiting relatives at Wacoaud Richmond this week. Miss Annie Wilson is visiting at Rice Statiou this week. Joseph Scrivner, who has been in bad health for some time past, ent to Bybeetowu last week to seo his physician, Dr. Stephenson. Wn hope he may return much improved in health. Miss Mouie Cox, of Red House, is spending a feu days with her uncle, Richard Cox, at tins place. Dr. Abijah Wilson, the w ell known J physician at this place, has been away for several days. Mrs. Leu is Fowler and James Cox, purchased the farm of Clifton Reynolds, a few days ago, giving a liberal price. Mr. Reynolds will locate in Berea. J. Ii. Reynolds, who has been employed as pastor of Station Camp church for this year, delivered an excellent discourse to a large audience on the first Sunday in this month. Harry Prather, was the guest of a floristat "Wiseinantown last Sunday, and on taking was forced to insert another adjective in the old sentence. "The Rose is the sweetest, and fairest of all flowers." Tola-tives e LOUISVILLE BED ROUSE. k AIR THAN EVER. T . LOUISVILLE, KY. The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier Taan Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California The splendid train service with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Pullman Tourist Car for California, 9 25pm Lve Louisville every Thursday S ISam Arr Memphis Friday. 7 45pm Arr New Orleans Friday Lve New Orleans Fridaj .8 20pm B 45am Arr Houston Saturday 4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday 3 45pra Arr fclpaso fcundav 9 2Jpm Arr Los Angeles Monday 5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday Tim is The Trif Water Ibiiiiu anJ territory. fy Buopeu fins, The Ladies' Restaurant is the finest in the eit-- . Every convenience for ladies spending the daj- - in the city. Gentlemen's Cafe on Oflice floor. Rte to faWwm. Pan ies desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to communicate with R. II. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, LouisiHe. Ky. Wm. ALroRD Keixo.nd, A G. P. A., A. H. Haxsos. G P. A., Louisville, Ky. dec29-l- y Chicago. 111. 3IUSIC : Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evening. THOS. A. MULLIGAN, decl-l- v MANAGER. R, N. I. & B. R. R. Time Table No. 31, Taking Effect ilar, December 5, 1896. EAST BOUND. P Sim- Bock's -- ips? FOR - -' Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex bun V. rsiilles A.M. 10 22 11 02 11 26 11 41 11 58 12 12 12 12 1 1st Class. No j No 3 JT" 5 25 6 48 8 20 2d Class. 5ue, 2Vc, 3ovvao.o awi. 3VccaActvI Stvs.... Four of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. In the Prudental, you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In accident Insurance we affain pve the best We w ill not transact business w ith irresponsible companies. 261 Second Street, Up je2-i- y P.M. 6 7 Valley View Million Richmond. Union Moberlev. Brassfield. Panola Nuholasville P. Jl. . 13 16 8 8 8 52 35 00 13 30 A.M. 8 50 9 15 10 00 18 6ft 10 25 1" 40 11 35 Irvine 30 35 05 WEST EOOVD. Panola Brassfield Moberley Union Richmond. Million. Valley View Nicholasville Versailles Irvine ExSunExSun,ExSun Ex Sun A. M. P.M. P. M. A. M 1 1 1 No. 2 No. 4 No. 8 .No. lu 25 55 50 11 &5 1 05 1 20 Stairs. --- 6 06 6 20 6 34 2 09 2 12 25 3 10 1 45 MT44f-M"M"- 2 15 658 325 350 4 40 353 4 15 5 00 THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. 7 50 635 A. M. ' P. M. P. M. P. M. All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect withC.N.O.&T.P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J W. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. W H. ADAMS. Superintendent. Long Troubles and Consumplon Cured. Can bo An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonarj Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lunjr and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting awa, will send THREE FREE BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax writinp 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, patientlv experimenting for vears, has produced results as bcnificial to humanity as can be claimed by anv modem genius. His assertion that lung trembles and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," filed in his AmeWcan' and European laboratories in thousauo rom those cured in all parts of the world. Medical eiper concede that bronchial, chest and lung troijles lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer-- L. & N. E. ft. K. 0. DIVISION. In Effect Xov. 7, 1896. A. M. 6.20 lv. 'Express for Cincinnati, ahv Paris. Mavsville. Win P. M. Chester and Lexington mail .20 H p. si. ville. Winch ester and 2.00 Lexington mail. I :vincston, London, Jel- 1.05 lico. Pineville. Fast line for Livincston. 11.43 London.Jellico.Knoxvillej A. M. Fast line (or Cincinnati, 3.19 raris wmcnesier. P M. Ron land, Lancaster and 1.15 Cincinnati. Paris, llays- 1.00 12 55 A. M. 319 p. si. 11.43 A. M. 7:30 Stanford. :05 For farther particulars call on or address, Telephone 78. KUPER HOOD. Agt. Stanford. Rowland, Lancaster and 10:10 &r Hrlixlul. In SOUTHERN RAILWAY. I 1 tain death. Simplv write to T. A. Slocum, M C, 98 Pine street. New York, giving postoffice and express address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer in the Richmond Climax. jly7-l- y OS KCNTIU'KY livwm&MLmwww jjgt A nfl.ct I Den. a, 897. rSTw a !. Ar Sh llitilllr. Ar Uti'miliL' 111 No.1. 7 4.'iam! U.14am lRMfcun! IdLSIainj No.5. 4 0Tipm Ar ArJ-lntii- n . . . IILVaml trKNTiuniMi. Na'c. 7 35am S.2Tam' .l.l6am laSUaml Lv Ar Ar rrHrrl'g Ar Shill.i Illc Ar 1uUv lllc- - .. Ii Kfttiml fi40prn 9U7pm (IStipm" C52pni MlOpra 7 &)pm 1035pm No. 2. No-4- . 4 20pm 4.40am 4 4r.pm 5. (Clara 5.1(lpm h.21nm .VMpml (LUIara 7.30pnij 7.27am Sal 7 45pm Book for Young and Old. OUR RECORD tfci VECURE NERVOUS Train tliair No l. J'-irs. 5 and o carry Krea Obkerra-ito- n Esti is 78 250,000 m DISEASED g MEN CURED BLOOD SKIN& PRIVATE DI5EASES KASTllOtlMl. WESTBODND. No 11 (No. II.J BTATIOSS. JNa12,'Na 14. 4fUnin 7 Cam I.v Loulsvil Ar 7.3Upm HlSOara asilpiil lOUtim Ar 5.05pm aeoam 7.25pm I(i5l.isnj Ar H.irotNbgAr 4.19pm 4 input u.iLuuvAr lsurgln..L.v 4.08pm iOam KAKTIIOUM). tNo.C7. No. 16.'tNafi8- STATIONS. 4 0Spm 7 Loulsvil Ar la.SOam' 7.30pm Mam Ar Shelbrll Ar .ium a..Ypm USpm lailam'Ar Verslles Ar 75pmJ 4.15pm i ihpm 11. Ilium Ar Midway Ari 7.35am 3.3Spm ,7 4.pin IOnpm'Ar Georgtn Lv 7.0mm I 3.00pm WESTnorNa No. 15. aso,oo YOUNG MAN famU tNo. lUTU-- iu.ajn KASTIMICNU. I tNo. AT) STATIOKS. 7 45am 4 (EVpm'Lv Loulsvil A WESTBOUND. UJicpm i upm lU50atn 73pm njcpm Lv Verslles Ar 7.55am 4.40pm 7."pm Ar Nichlrtll AX 6.5Sam &50pm Kaopra Ar Richmnd Lv 6.05am 2.pm jrNo. 6.itNa 2. iAr Irvine Lv STATHIKS.' Lv IiuNvTTlc. Ar Lexinum No. . 1. 1 125pm No. 1 Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Knnxi-lllc....- Ev Ar Ar Ar Savunnah.... ... Jarlrsonvllls .... fhattanoosa Atlanta. A r Macon Ar Jacksonville MrodiAa N v Orleans I M Ashovlile 7.45am) 7.45nm 10.55amll0.35pm 7.10pm; 7.45am l.&axn 1.15pm 6.10am 8.00am 1.10pm R 10.40pm: J!, minxham ("'..nUiiiiooja ... a 45am 0.10pm 8.15am lUUjpm liSOpm 9.50pm &30am a 30am i.(Aam carries Free Chair car Louisville to Lexington, there connecting with Solid Vestibule Train carrying Pullman Sleeping Car to Jacksonville via Chattanoosa; also to New Orleans. Na 3 carries Pallman Sleeper Louisville to Miatlanooga, also Lexington to Jacksonville ia IfotSprlngs. Asherillc and Pullman Union Weeper Lexington to New Orleans. tPaily exceptSunday. A.Whwos,R&t.A, S.T.Swirr. P.&T.A-- , LouirrtUe. Ky. Lexington, Kj. W, IL G BETH. Gen. Sspl,. J. M. Ccu.T. M Washington, D. C Washington. D.C. WM.H.TATX01ULGJ!A. No. wnen ignorant ot tho tcrnble crime you werocommitting. Kidyon only consider tbn fascinatinir nllnrrmpnfa rtf h; habit? When too lato to avoid thn . rlA rible rcsnlU. were vour eves oinnl In your iwriiT Did rou liter on in manhood contract anvl'lirvlTlNFlirnnri diseafel Wero you cured? Do you now nnd then seo somo alarming fymptoms? J)aro you many in your present "J'IKE FATHER. LIKE PON." It married, arc you living in dread? Is marriage a tail ere with you on account of any weakness caured by early abuse or later excesses? Hrte you been drugged with njvitun i juig iKMiKirL Trill nmnr nnr ia yOU tha results Of thlV-- crimes nnI mint out hownur XUVV' METHOD TREAT- V i",M""y '"to you. Jt T. Fbows hoirthonsands Intra hxt sfi.l ! pur SKW TREATMENT. It nrovei bow wo can fiUAUANTBB TO CURE ANY CL'UABLE CAsE OR NO PAY. N? treat and cure EMISSIONS. VAltlCprKLE. KTI'IIILIS. OLEE1 STRICTrRE. IM POTENCY.SEl CRET DRAIN'S. BLADDER difcatcF. fer CURED gS ai ti-r- ly UNNATURAIiDIS-CIIARGES.KIDNEl'a- CURES GUARANTEED 5 "The Wages of Sin" wnt freo bv tunp. CONSULTATION HE. Fit ?U;c If unable to call, wntn fnr QUESTION BLANK for HOME j. ur.A.1. jti.cn j . U Kennedys Kergan I xrss. wwwipWjajR J x HiAEBmjAB tngtB-l- y 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI. O. iry." abb to preserve the ideal aspect of mcrriage and maternity is not to forget the practical part of a thorit A woman cannot bemother oughly bsippy wife and unless the distinctive physical organism of her sex is in a i healthy jind vigorous condition. Th best friend that woman ever had is the " Favorite Prescription," of Dr. R. V. Pierce, Chief Consulting of the Invalids Hotel and Surgi:al Institute, Buffalo, N.Y. The "Prescription," is a perfect and infallibl: remedy for every form of "female weakness." It cures by restoring- health and strength to the internal organism, which cannot be reached by "local applications ;" thus the cure is radical, complete and constitutional. Dr. Pierce's eminent reputation as a TJhv- sician of wide learning; and hi3 special knowledge of the delicate and intricate organism of women, accounts for the unparalleled confidence, ,which women place in bis "Favorite Prescription," over every other remedy. Its use obviates the necessity of dreaded "examinations" and the stereotyped "local treatments." Dr. R.V. Pierce, Dear S'i suffered fourteen years with female weakness, nervousness, and general debility, trying eierything I could find to help me all to no avail. I then heard of Dr. Pierce's medicine and, although I was thoroughly discouraged, Ithotgnt I would try once more to Sad relief. I took " Golden Medical Discovery" and"Favorite Prescription." and too great praise cannot begm-- fortberarnd relief they gave me. I am now! free from the former troubles. Tery dncerely yours, Everybody is busy sowing tobacco beds. Business is improving with the apPUBLISH MY LETTER. proach of Spring. atMiss Bethenia McCord, who is tending school at tho M. F. I. at Rich- So Thai Woman May Know Where to Find Relief. mond, spent Saturday and Sunday Such is the request of Mrs. L M. Hay-newith her parents near Red House. Springfield, Mo. (General delivery). Dr. Williams, who has been subjectApart of Mrs. Haynes' letter reads as ed to the torture of taking some of his own medicine on account of a severe follows: "I wrote to you in May, 1S97; I was about to attach of la grippe, is among his patigive it up, for I ents again. had the best four doctors in the city C. W. Cobb rented the Jacob and they could place, where ho has moved with not euro me. My - tCri jba his wife. y fts disease was female weakness. Misses Rinaand Relda Huguely are T. had been trouwith their grand parents, Mr. and bled with it foi Sirs Harvey Cobb, and their brother, five years. Four Tevis, has entered the Caldwell High and a half bottles cured of School at Richmond. i me. 1 hope all sulienng women will Mr. G. E. Black, one of our big catI know it will cure tle dealers is in Tennessee buying cat- tako others also. I cannot praise tle. Miss Maude Shearer, daughter of enough." Bear in mind that female weakness Mrs. Kate Shearer, is teaching a priis pelvic catarrh, to which women are vate school at her home. Horace Dozier and Charli Walton want peculiarly liable, and from winch entirely exempt. curqs to enlist in case of war with Spain. (?) catarrh wherever located. "Health and Beauty," a book devoted to the phase of NFAYB1 catarrh peculiar to women, will be sent Prof. Adams, of Panola, begun a free to any woman by The Singing School at Jolly Ridge school Drug Manufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio. house Tuesday night. C. Douglas is at home from Mr. A. Tho reason why there are "runts" in Lexington, where he was clerking for litters of pigs when bom is that the Heathman fc Co. Hard times cause of sow was not able to feed all of them his dismissal sufficiently during the period of pregThe youngest child of Mr. Merritt nancy, some wero half starved and for Baker has been quite sick with pneu- that reason undiveloped. Such pigs are rarely worth raising. The digesmonia. Mr. Wm. S. Brink has been quite sick. tion is impaired, and the whole body is weak. The larger ones rob these with pneumonia. weaklings of their share of tho milk The farmers are busy preparing for after they are born, and what they do a large corn a ad tobacco crop get is usually wasted. There is more Dr. Davis was called last week to hope of a pig that is born all right, but Jessamine county on professional busi- loses ground afterwards, because ness. there is not enough milk to go round. We Democarts in this neck of the Later the biggest pigs of the litter may woods are for W. B. Smith for Goverbe taken away from the sow, and the nor. weaker ones left. Then if there is any outcome to them and there usually is COLLEGE HILL. they will begin to grow and often make fine pigs. But when one or two Miss Mattie Broaddus. who is attend- in a litter are born very weak, it is ing schoel at this place snent Sunday better to knock them iu the head, and with her parents at Moberley. give the strong ones a better chance. Miss Madge Wilson has opened her Rural World. school at Brookstown. Bueklen's Arnica Salve. Mr. Frank Gould spent Sunday with bis parents at Sand Hill. Estill County. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Mrs. Frank Grider who has been sick Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever with a cancer is up going about the Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, room and positively cures Piles, or no pay The School Society met Friday night, It is guaranteed to give perfect March 4th, with a splendid program. The Banner was the most interesting satisfaction or money refunded. Price part of the exercises. Which J. H. Wil- 25 cents per box. For6ale by Perry & Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. son is the editor. G. White. decl5-lMiss Anna Brock begun a school at Publishing a newspaper is not that Green Oak, Monday. gloomy, cheerless avocation which jLLCOBN. some people imagine; because, it matters not how dejected we may be, ocJacksor. County. Bad colds la grippe etc. are having casionally some benevolent individual a picnic in our vicinity at this time. sends a ray of sunshine across the ediYour humble servaut has beeu confined torial pathway that shines and glitters, to the house several days on account of like a white cat in a coal pit. For inla grippe, others close by are still housed stance, the editor of the Falcon has from same cause. Mrs. Albert Powell been suffering from a ery severe cold is seriously ill lrom effects of cold and during the past week and at the very time ho was sadly ruminating over the sore throat. afflictions that fall on the just as well Dr. A. C. Lamhart, our competent and efficient physician, has been confined to as the unjust, he received a proposihis room for some time, which of course tion from a marble dealer, offering a deprives the rest of the suffering com- - tombstone in payment for advertising. fWoll, ere long wo hope to bo able to go and reason with that heathen who "When lore is adding to the gayety of tho nation knocks at a woman's heart he by trying to sell tomstones to sick usually comes in people. Marion Ealcon. disguise. ... Doesn't, want it icnown A thrill of terror is experienced what he's up to. knew all when a brassy cough of croup sounds If shethe about little through the house at night. But the rascal, would she 5l let him in ? That's a question. terror soon changep to relief after One Women are apt to look upon Minute Ough Cure has been adminislove and marriage as purely a matter oi sentiment ana af- tered. Safe and harmless for children. fection. That is pretty nearly Douglas & Wines Druggist right ; yet there is a practical side to ittoo ; and the best way s, Hu-guely vice. Mr. A. H. Williams attended court at McKee last Monday nnd was sworn in and executed bond as Notary Public for Jackson county. Gov. Bradley, as he usually does, displayed his wisdom in the appointment of Mar Williams. Jt is a very important office in this locality and should be filled bya competent person and one nioro qualified for the position could not be found in tho county. Mr. N. J. Coyle has taken charge of the merchantile business formerly conducted by Mr. William Harrison at Blanton Flat. New t is a good business man as well as a wholesoul gentleman. We wish him abundont success in his new enterprise. Mr. A. C. Willams, of Jone&ville, Va., has about closed a deal with W. B. Murphy near Drip Rock, autl will in the very near future move in and become a citizen of thegrandest commonwealth on the face of the earlh, but wliile we rejoice at his coming, we mourn the loss of one of our neighbors Mr.'Austin Huff our clever, genial accommodating blacksmith who leaves us next week to locate at Gray Hawk, vy. Mr Williams, fortunately or has no children but has a little orphan boy whom he has adopted. He is about 10 years old, a very sprightly little fellow. His name is Willie Blanton. Ho learned that I was goiug to write something for the paper and requested that he be remembered. Mr. ChasX Williams, of Jonesville, Va., is here at present. Charley is a very nice young man. Mr. J. T. Parsons has clerked for A. H. Williams the past two years and is likely to continue for years to come. He is one of the most complicated fellows tojbe found. He is a good doctor, and his advice to farmers in clearing and preparing ground is very valuable. iiinfor-tunatel- y, t Reported every Tuesday at noon by E. Deatherago & Co., Staple and Fancy- - Groceries, Richmond, Ky. EGGS 9 to 10c in trado. BUTTER Choice country, 1520c. BEESWAX 2025c. DRIED FRUIT Apples bright, 5c. WOOL Clear grease wool, 1820c; hurry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c. CHEESE-Count- ALL WOMEN Should know that the "Old Tlmo" Remedy, we m moommttc j m PLEASE TRY ry, SEED-1.50$1- .G0. 3.50. 10c. TIMOTHY CLOVER BLUE GRASS SEED-Strip40 50c ; extra clean, 6075c ; fancy clean, pure seed, SI $1.35. BEANS-- SI 00S1.50 per bu. SHOULDER MEAT-- Oc. BACOX Sc. SEED-S2.75Sped, Is tho best for Female Troubles. Corrects all Irregularities In Female Organs. Should be taken for Chioje at Lite and before Planters "Old Tine" Remedlea havo stood the test for twenty years. Chlld-Blrt- CANDY CATHARTIC JOc. Made only by New Spencer Medicine Co., Chat- a 50c. tanooga, Tennessee. I ALL o s 3 I HAMS-8a1- 0a NEW YORK FASHIONS. Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. decS-ly- r G White. All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Tata Pills. ii An intense rage for jewelry prevails. The newest side, and pompadore combs for the hair glitter with brilliants. White Suode gloves are fashionable for afternoon and evening wear. Some handsome ornamental hair combs of shell or amber, are studded with colored stones. Jewelled daggers are also worn in the hair. A lot of yellow, in various shades, will be seen in Spring millinary. Chatelaines with a variety oi "dangr lers" are at the height of popularity. KSO) The R. & G, corset fits the form as perfectly the last day it is worn as it did the first, no matter How many months or years intervene between the two dates. Every woman should have a spangled gauze fan with pearl Oe... sticks. The newest fans are a trifle larger ae than their predecessors. Black crepe do chine gowns are very stylish. They are trimmed with narrow, ) self rulllad edged with narrow black SOI li000frfr i 25c. sep"S-i- y - in, mm i im iiminii mi miiiiiii oo. DRUGGISTS. eo oiwoooi (Millie 'S2;&, "" - JLW JLr JL XVI. smtS jLs 2jl 'd W O gSl iiy 4 w$ We have just received the largest line of C well-dress- ed nihil! Ouercoais, tJndsnaiear mis 'SO 9 C" IN KICHMOND, which we bought early before the tariff was put on woolens and can give our customers the benefit of 30 per cent, on every article needed. a 9 8 9 S lace. gffc -- sPe-ru-n- a. Pe-ru-- For a child from six months to two years old, Best & Co. are selling a pretty frock of fine white nainsook trimmed with ruffles of embroidery insertion yoke and clusters of tiny tucks. It is a beauty and worth more money than is asked for it one dollar. Among the newest black goods are watered silks with large satin polka dot, discs and waved or pointed cross stripes. The mostiashionable dress skirts hang seperate from the linings. Hairnets, jewelled and beaded, have appeared in Paris. Black moira sash ribbons aro trimmed with cream lace. i Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. Fit Guaranteed at from rliA?5x $10.00 up 9C0 UNDERWEAR AXD HATS AT PRICES NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT I! rjBMKBK m 9). TPat-ssa gStJMSrWa.. W3 .V .?-t535E-- ggiHS'itwtj'.iu-Ji.- . M ""W TT,I"r m The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond. J LJ U P V Ohm. f- 1L TBT -TkT- E TEJbho SSraAH AW -- M AM-mf- ita. f ,S.4 cL S rx JL: C3! : -- ri H m e a.. Pe-tu-- YRUP PEPSI 'CURES CONSTIPATION. The whistle of a locomotive can be herd 3,:XK) yards, the noise of a train, yards, the leport of a musket and the bark of a dog 1 800 yards, the roll of a drum 1,000 yards, the croak of a frog 900 yards, a cricket churp 800 yards, a dinner bell two miles and a call to get up in tho morning 3 feet 7 inches. Ex. 3,-S- DR. CALDWELL'S . . L3 .... Z'fceviHfcvi) H. - .J, - - - -. I : .rfaarflf fariurfi . 1J f a . .LJ ; i V l. ' vi : .. : : .. : if yccrj v ff-- .CCi. 633. fcoC ! uOc few-ar- e Pe-ru-- xx- -KpssgsA asy -- FARMJi JL. Pr i wxyj) 1&0-r- eoco ; fcoa &sk?! fo3 khskj) : chks fc-o- HE PAYS THE Pe-ru-- FREIGHT. . Ifexjy iTT Ti I A New York firm applied to Abraham . . . YOU PAY FOR THE . . some time before he became President, for information as to the financial standing of one of his neighbors. Mr Lincoln replied as follows: "Yours of the 10th inst. received. I am well acquainted with Mr. X , and know his circumstances. First ot all, he has a wife and baby; together, they ought to be worth S50.000 Secondly, he has an office, in which there are a table worth SI 50 and three chairs, worth, say, $1. Last of all, there is in one corner a large rat hole which will bear looking into. Respectfully, A. LinLincoln, DRINKS. Phone 3. Second St. Vhe nndersipned has a larm of 200 acres, as a wtoleor to suit purchaser, which he offers at private sale; situated at WHITE'S - STATION, county. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, A home by an etc., within a half mile of White's Station Post old Gardner. Off ce, ten miles from Richmond. Small wages and no incumbrance. Address, BIC7I202W, KY. on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well watered. There is no better land in Madison m Specials for m This Week, An elegant line of the Newest and L:itest Patterns in VA1NTED! WM. SIIDDLETON, Union City, Ky. TERMS Sale will be made one-thir- d cash balince to suit purchaser. adfress febl-t- For particulars, UAMBURGS AND LACES, t Estray Hog! sow came to my place, on Linden street, about January 15. anc as since been fed by me. Owner can have same by call ing and paying all charges. Ieb9-t- f JOE BUSH A black spotted Geo. D. White, f coln." White's Station, Ky. ETC. SPECIAL Line WHITE GOODS in plain and cheeked Indian Linens, Cheek Xansooks, Cheek and Striped Dimities, Pereals, Ginghams, etc. Also ympaiftefic f)u$bsnfe 126 ECONOMIST RANGES jYRUPINDIGESTION. PEPSI CURES TVANTED AGENTS to sell our Trintlnfr ' Presses, Vulcanizcrs, Ua?Kago ami Key Checks. Su-e- l and UubbcrStamps.s'cai Presses. Stencis, &c. J. F. W. DOUMAN CO., lilt E. Fayct'.c St., Balto., Md. Catalogue free. 20.00 Hs dOLD. Watch, Diamond Scholarship in King, Draughon's Practical Business College. Nashville. Tenn.. or Texarkan.i. Tex., or a schol- other reoutable bnsiness col arshin 5n most lege or literary school in the U. S. can be secured by doinga little work 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. Stones and other interesting matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. Agents wanted. Address Youths' Advocate Pub. Co., Nashville, Tenn. Mention thiapaper.J DR. CALDWELL'S in Elegant Line of Table Linens, ALL GRADES. II WHITE & IpJ'xPX.MIli RoDfing, Guttering Young Blccle,aoIda or People anv : j semi-month- FREE Dillingham Corner. 9m i.TSr , mt y ang!8-l- y DiWardo'td Job Work. MANAGER. The sympathetic tenderness of a loving husband is everything to an expectant mother, especially during her first ordeal. George Layio'n, Esq., a prominent druggist of Dayton, O., gives the following case : A customer of mine, whose wife has used four bottles of 'Mother's Friend" before confinement, says, after seeing the effects of the remedy, that if she had to go through the ordeal again, and there were but four bottles on the market, and the cost was $100 per bottle, she would have them. LOUIS L. LANDMAN, M. D.. J and General No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, will bo at the Glyndon Hotel, Richmond, Ky., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9th, 1897, MWh ONE OF SMITH 8 TWO WAYS. 0 Best $2.00 and $2.50 Ilouse in Louisville. !!k iR Rife site 'iK sSz f HOTEL. nflKKfaBBlaM 01: S; Born," mailed free on application. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR janS-l- y " Mother's Friend " is a scientifically compounded liniment which affords certain relief in the various ailments preceding childbirth, and assures proper elasticity to the cords and muscles involved in the final ordeal. "Mother's Friend" is sold by druggists, or expressed on receipt of one dollar. Valuable book, "Before Baby is CO.. returning every second Wednesday of each month. Glasses adjusted to all persons of defective vision at popular prices. febl6-ly. mch2 - 6m i R 9t: f mu i Atlanta, Ga. Read This I have rented for 1898 the several houses advertised 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, Attorney-at-LaFLORIDA H. PARRISH, jan2S-t- f Attorney and Agent. Who can think or some sirapla tWcg to patent? Protect your tdeu; ther may bring yon wealth. Write JOHN WEDDERBDRN & CO, Patent Attor-ney- i, Washington. D. Cfor their $1,800 prlxo ana list ot two hundred Inventions wanted. offer E"ftf n,aa 0as7 ManafaotuTlng Tte bladder was created for one purrll m Kubbcr Stamps. SocdSor Frlco List of Outfits to pose, namely, a receptacle for the urine, J. T. W. Donan Co., 11 E. Fnyctto St., Dalticsoro, and as such it is not liable to any form lid., U.S.A. Catalogue free ot dhicase except bv one or two ways. The 3rst way is from imperfect action of the Sidneys. The second way is from careljss local treatment of other diseases. R 3 THE Southern Mutual Investment OF LEXINGTON, KY. Co M Si e- -j RELIGIOUS. one-thir- d 50 " kr 2. Z. o c MS ; -- 3 , ( y , ) w Phy-.sici- u m V 1 If fcwte M &, JaL The annual compilations of church statistics made by the New York-Indpendent shows that about of the 25,918,027 communicants in the UE0. W. RILEY a United States are Roman Catholics. The mobt numerous Protestant denomiOf Shelbyville, Ky., Recommenda nation is the Methodist, with 5,735,898, Wriirht's Celefv CarjsnlpR. while the Baptists arc second (including 2 O O M 23 j f Shelbyville, Ky., May 26. '96. To their multifarious subdivisions,) with Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: 4,175,300. The next in order are the Gents I have purchased a box of Wiight'e Celery Capsules from G. IN. Lutherans, with 1,509,436, and then fol 1 Middelton, drutrgist, and used them for low the Presbyterians, who number 1,- Sonr Stomach, Torpid Liverand Consti-ss-490,162; tho Deciples of Christ with a pation and found that they gave me imo o a- tital of 1,051,079; the Episcopalians, mediate relief every time. 1 think it an with 658,640, andtheCongregationalists, excellent remedy. with GSO.OOtf. The Unitarians, despite gOS 3 3 Yours very truly, their recent efforts to increase the num9 Geo. W. Rilev. ber of their adherents are practically at " S E C. C no co . a standstill, with 70.000 members, D while there are but 51,025 Universalists 5 s ajaa TABLETS POSITITELt. CUBE all told. The reason the Roman CathoA MtT.IfvTVOtLM iUtXM.V.111 or7,ImpotencT. 81apleanew, etc., caaud 2 r . If lics make such a big showing is because dj Abate orMtwr icae and India- they count as communicants all the restore LoetVnalilj in oldorjonnK.and ctamaafortndr, batlness or marrlaga. children born o Roman Catholic paroo " ""ja; inisHiii ana uoonuaptlon If t n tB ;s H ents. The total number of the commuraeat and eSecU a CUBE where all other falLl . g cr.Znicants in all the churches is enormous i.ii!irTu " j eB.,.? J xanieu more than twenty-fiv- e million, but that is scarcely of the popula.At Michigan City 200 desperate ciaation of the country. "What is he reig victs attempt to break prision, Tjpp are WaTav BESiBKvER" SKSSC . 'wfT Trt KoIa ! lftfjslnK. S Ky; ous swus ot tue QtfcorfcJtyTflllljoH? r .Mtftijv wosauea, (- v Jivsmto?e Wanted-f- in Idea h g Hi 5 5-- fP ? t7 MADE ME A MAN ILT " rjn 6-- CHIEF CAUSE. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kid neys' is the chief cause of bladder troutles. So the womb, like the bladder, ivas created for one purpose, and if not dpctored tqo much is not liable to weakness or disease, except in rare cases. It is situated back of and very close to the bladder, therefore any pain, disease or inconvenience manifested in the kidneys, back, bladder or urinary passage is often, by mistake, attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of some sort. Trie error is easily made and may be as easily avoided. To find out correctly, set ypur urine aside for twentv-fou- r houis; asediraeut or settling indicates kidnej or bladder trouble. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmer's Swainp-ltoo- t, the ereat kidney and bladdiir remedy, is soon realized. If you need u medicine yon should have the besu j U t druggists fifty cents and one dollar You may have a sample bottle and rjamphler. both sent free by mail, upon ieceipt of three stamps to cover jost of postage on thn bottle. Mentii in the Climax and send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bintfiamton, N. Y. ! The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer. two-cent Z.!!Z "P?n,tbe of successful life insur c?a,1I,anlea' covennjr a period of over 200 years. The same principles gover i both, W E pay while you LIE. TH EY pay when vou DIE. W E "ffor the 1XVE&TA1EXT feature. OUR PLAN ParPlan,s anew application of an ?s,KeJ actual experience THEY old principle, and s protect in case of DEATH. nlte feSrfaftISe" INSURANCE 1 - IS A LAW AVERAGE. a thnSand kill tteSSSSS SSl'u,eUiSiS!B Ut 0I WS- - fi o ".any policies. They There Is no reason why a nan should die to reap the benefit of his investment pSSS'JftS.' We return an aTerage of $2.70 for every dollar paid us, and as hM beea assameii and Ior e ret we assnmi- - an t-o' . hy shoSdlheAn?t eishty (SO) per cent, otthe papulation can carry an investment the" can get Uf.tlnsuranceT Our rAission is to open the door Tthe entf same or grsater benefits for an equal or les Considering .KpnIS"0? rived, andthose advantages ma?be enjoyed OUR MISSION. . u. 8niiUsouA(P4f largeSlllieSfaylKb" : i NOTHING StfCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. ami&SSgSu Why Nit Ton? tS'SSriSSSS J?re rL,?IlJ.d ?W people are insurable. MS oU? ,ea3?y i,he ?;-."- -- - vll BEp.WETTING CURED OR NO I Wis- ! Y. "v -- at MB8.B.M.BOWAN, Mflwaatee, ot rtfe--ia aa mofc3-l- y u. one-thir- d - -. "( ik '- --" ,2- 2 . i $-- '! ,rtr p f .... - J J" Dmw c. . CUREACa(.WNf BiV Take Iks UveBfMa Binino , fkrTtmSIL. Me f I Others Make Moiey. lawyers, merchant,, sagacity la every vocation wii 47 i it Ht MHtarW.O,- mtaadUie - tit AM Cars, W" Mr ! A. T. MiUr, Lcal - .". C Agent, ; "'k lnntf'O'i Kf O) j Trf iJk