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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1898 ric1898032301_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. TOLUME H i&t XL County Court Da)S. RICHMOND, because his mother didn't think or care. Can we iifToril this? Eternal vigiday. lance is not only the price of liberty Lexington, Fayette county, second but of all good things, and isn't it, dear Monday. mothers, a good filing to be able to Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon- say: Here, dear Lord, is? the jewel day. thou lentest me. I have treasured it, Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon- loed it and polished it in the mot day. beautiful way this poor head and heart Danville, Boyle comity, third Monday. could after the pattern of the irreat corNicholaavillc, Jessamine county, third ner stone, and I bring it to Thee, in Monday. its purity, askiusThee, for Chribt's sake, Winchester, Clark county, fourth to give it a place in Thy crown. Monday. A Loving Mother. February 1, 1S9S. Versailles, woodford count', fourth Monday. Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Itidunond, Madison county, first MonMillions Given Away. LWKtTTEN FOB TUB CLIMAX. MADISON COUNTY, Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, MralMhJIirfrlllf ! 1898. I NUMBER raj i Era raj m i 42. "Saved Her Life." NEW YORK FASHIONS. v5 fcsr v,"-"- i ;5yfi P fSSSj fcPHj Belts are marvels of beautiful workmanship and artistic coloring. Medici collars appear on Spring jack:2Je ets and bodices. Tho cameo figures conspicuously in cuff buttons' nowadays. Not ono of the fashionable Spring dress skirts measures over four yards itrariJtahtLtrJ&rBrBrBrr AIND I I ' I ' I II, - - I - Jsl around the bottom. Few fashionable ladies w j ear earrings nowadays. It is certainly gratifying to the KINDS. pub- SOME MOTHERS OF SOME JOHN WALLET, of Jefferson. than whoa nono Is mere highly esteemed or widely Uhotto. writes. 1290 1 had a severe attack or "In LaGrlppo aa at tho end of lour months. In spite cf all r yslrlans, friends and good nursing could c my lungs heart and nervous system tTcre completely wrecked, my llfo was de-- pa'rod of, ray friends giving mo up. 1 could . y sleep by tho use of opiates. My lungs d heart pained mo terribly and my cough v as most aggravating. I could not llo In . r position but a short time and not on my t side at all. My husband brought mc ' M les' Nervine and Heart Cure and I bo- t. taking them. 'When I had taken a half lie of each I was much better and coatln-- u sr persistently I took about a dozen bot- -t - j.cd was completely restored to health to t- - surprise of all." 1t Miles' llemedies r snld bv nil " . ..." i. ls uaucr a dosiuvo c grantee, first bottle or money rc-'j'ued Book on dls- -- cs of tho ..neatta heart and .1 CVXh9 t rvesfree Address, VU MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart. Ind. MRS. v -- K' ...... Miri its mji am PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ArroaiTSTc. p W. MILLER. ATTOKXEY-AT-La- Richmond, i - - Kentucky. I iffice in the Burnam Building, next door to National Bank. f eb3-l- y s-c- r jX-r-suir. J. .. ' at-L- a w, KICHMON'D, - - KENTUCKY. c over Taylor's Hardware btore, op-- l ito Court House, on Main Street. Atto nx e y- - i; Ii HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. IX iimoxd, rfice No. 13 - - Kentucky. 31-3- First SL, up stairs. 0 .1 C. & D M. OHENAULT. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, . oifipe on Second street, over Chenai..t proeerv. prrrsiciAirs. DR. Ki JOnN hmosd, M. FOSTER, Kentucky V ... - 1 ' .phone at office and residence. DR. H. U. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, PnHMuvn. - - Kentucky. Sec-- t 7- ce in the Joe Cc.hns building, iS and jo Street, orerWmic eld drucstore. - CHAS. HOOKER, T ETERTNARY SORGEON, Graduate Ontario Velerinary College. l4 . 1 hmond. Ky. trinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. Office op stairs, over store recently, accn-- i bi Richmond Harness Co , East Mam y bU, npr7-l-- . C. 1 Medicine and Surgery. Oflicc Collins Buildinc, Main Street. ephone at residence (the Cnrr place) on Ilrouday. JASPER. M. D - - - K' IIMOXD, Kentucky. r W. EVANS, M. D-- , rilYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Richmond - - - Kentucky DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Medicine Practitioner in Richmond, - and Surgery, - - Kentucky e5Office and residence on Second Street. DEUTAL sTjaezr-Y-. Since the 6tars sang together in the early morning long ago, was there ever anything which afforded quite so much unalloyed pleasure as the sweet love of a little child ? Particularly is it true, if that little child is your ownand God has blessed you hy giving you the crown of motherhood, the brightest diadem He bestows on woman. Think of the wonderful trust, the everlasting broadening inflence upon your heart by the little life. Sacrifice is only another name for loving pleasure. Everything in love's name, until wo grow more from having in our hearts the spark kindled and kept alive by one of God's little ones He has lent to us. With every trust there is responsibility, our fidelity to the trust and our harvest of goods or evil e the making of happiness or woe m our children. Kow are we, you and I my dear, this privilege of leading back, with clean hands and pure hearts, to God His little loaned child ? May I tell you of some mothers I have known? There are many kinds and it has been my lot under God's providence to reside in many homes and know some different kinds. There is the not mother, who can't say no to auything her child's whim demands. She is a slave to its impulses and foolish desires. His declaration, I want it," is all potent and get it he generally does, even to hit. trust and her inisen. She works herself nearly to death to gratify even its harmful wishes, "has not the heart to say no to tlie deAr little fellow," and the 'dear little fellow" soon learns this. It's a fixed law in his bringing up, grows with his growth and strengthens with his strength. The question of his leaving her to be educated i& silenced for Jill time hy the same old argument that has neither love nor reason in it, and yet, with weak motheib, often woiksruiu for their offspring: "I can't give him up it would break my heart to let Johnny leave me" and so the years drift on, fuller of misery, toil and humiliation for this mother. She is a convenience, a nagged drudge, nothing too great for her child to demand of her, and the smallest attention accorded her would be too much for him to give. She is 'only mother.shedoesn't expect much," and between me and you 6hegets less she set her value long ago and instead of increasing as the years go by, she has depreciated. She has on her hands a burden, in her heart a lire brand, winch she herself has developed and matured, i.e. a thankless child ''ah! shaiper than a serpent's tooth." "What lias the world from his mismanagement and God from his immortal triut? If her apples of gold turn to ashes on her lips here, what will be her remorse at God's time of reckoning dear? Then tiiere is the indifferent, careless mother if she has worldly good sufficient to admit it, hired servants take her place in tho lives of her little ones, influencing them nine times out of ten, for evil instead of good, morally and physically, and as it is safer not to teach than to teach amiss, these little men and women fare as badly along another line ith true, as poor Johnny just mentioned. If the careless mother hasn't money to hire others to train treasures to and bend her God-letheir own narrow misshapen gauge, she herself will so warp and distort them by her own indifference and self can;, until one wonders why tho guardian angels of theweo ones don't beat tho air audibly with their white wings in protest. "Baby ought to have this and that he should bo taught that and the other, but I can't do anything more and he must go God made a mistake in making me a mother," so one mother was heard to say, and baby's sort hair is not brushed, his tender flesh is and Lis pure soul is tarnished God-lik- e, inilu-encus-in- s; over-indulgen- lic to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering. The proprietors of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Couvlis and Colds, have given away over ten millions trial bottles of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has abso lutely cured thousands of hopeless cases. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness and all disease of the Throat, Chest and Lungs .are surely cured by it. Call on Perry it Thomas Druggist, Successors to W. G. White and get a tri.il bottle free, regular size 50c and $1. Every bottle guaranteed, or price funded. BAILEY'S PATRIOTISM. re- 3 t, over-fon- d, over-lovin- g not commit to any man, however exalted his station or however high his charac-ter.bsir, these are not ordinary times and tho rules of safety and prudence which govern us in the days of peace will yield before the great emergency which now confronts the nation. "It ought to be understood in Spain, it ought to be understood m every country on the globe that while this great Republic sincerely desires to be at peace, it is prepared for war, if war becomes inevitable. (Loud applause.) 1 hope the crisis may be reached and passed without conflict of arms, but I confess my judgement and hope are at variance in this respect. I fear we have gone too far to escape the w orst, while I believe we have gone further than would have been necessary if at the proper time we had granted the praer of Cuban patriots and simply recognized their right for the independence of theirown country. (Loud applause.) ''We must deal with this question as it is, not as w e would have it to be, and approaching it in this broader spirit, w e stand ready to say to those who administer the Government that whatever maybe needed for national defense we are ready to give and give ungrudgingly. ut Hon. J. V. Bailey, of Texas, in speaking on the resolution to appropriate $50,-00- 0 000 to bo spent under the directionof the President for national defense, in the House of Representatives last Tuesday, said: 'This is an extraordinary power with which to clothe the President. It is a power which in ordinary times I would (Applause.) "I hope wise counsels will prevail, and that if war bhall come it will come upon a great and sufficient cauEe. I hae no sympathy with those rash and nt intemperate spirits who would provoke war simply for the sake of fighting; and yet, I would rather follow them andsuf-te- r all the miseries and misfortunes their heedlessness would bring than to follow those other contemptible mercenary ereaturts who are crying out lor 'Peace at any price.' (Great applause.) Peace is desirable, but not so desirable that it be purchased at the sacrifice of national honor. "Let us in this way adopt the motto of our fathers in the elder and better days of the republic, and let us say to all tho world now as then: 'We are ready to spend millions for defense, but not one cent for tribute.' (Applause.) And let us add another and nobler motto: 'We are for peace as long as it can be maintained with honor, but we are for honor if war is necessary to defend our flag or protect ;the rights of American citizens anywhere throughout the world.' (Applause.) "This war, if war it will be, will have another compensation. It will forever efface from the memory of our countrymen those dreadful times of civil strife and the men whose courage made the first Manassch of the world's historic battlefields will join with those who immortalized Getysburgaud together they will consecrate a new battlefield combining; the glories of botii." (Great applause.) un-bath- ed A Clever Trick. It certainly looks like it, but there is really no trick about it. Anybody can try it who has Lame Back and Weak Kidneys, Malaria or nervous troubles. We mean he can cure himself right away by taking Elictric Bitters. This medicine tones up the whole system, acts as a stimulant to the Liver and Kidneys, is a blood purifier and nerve tonic. It cures Constipation, Headache, Fainting Spell3. Sleeplessness and Melancholy. It is purely vegetable, a mild laxative, and restores the system to its natural vigor. Try Electric Bitters and bo convinced that they area miracle worker. Every bottle guaranteed. Only 50c a bottle at Perry & Thomas' T)rug Store. 3 Successors to W. G. White. Murray, of the Cincinnati Commercial Tribune eavs this week: "Among the interesting events of the week is the crain movement. Clearances of wheat from tho United States and Canada for the week were larger, agj gregating 4,4S4,000 bushels against bushelslast week and 1,599,492 1S95 and 2,791,000 bushels in 1835. in The wheat market has been unsettled, with the tendency of values downward. Leiter and the clique, if any one is with him, is sustaining the May option, but the sentiment of the trade, as the time for the next harvest approaches, though a large partofthe grain is not yet in the ground, becomes distinctly bearish. Daily evidences arise to show the crops of the Southern Hemisphere and India have beon under estimated, and it is now clear that, at much over $1, Europe will want but small quantities of grain from this country. As the American grain is superior to others at equal price the 3emand is natnear-aurally for the American cereal." n DENTIST, op eu-OEce Louisville, Ky. 12-- next door to Government Building, EichmSnd, Ky. Office hours 9 to 1 to 4. novl7-l- y Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental Offics of Dr. Hob-so- n, next door to postoffice. )R. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. over Collins' Grocery, sjme office y lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Borgin. janl2-l- HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkereburg, W. 72., Recommends "Wrights Celery Capsules. PjUtKEKSBOnG, W. Ya., 1995. January 26, The Wbioiit Mer. Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen. I have been using Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1S94, and find them to he as recommended. I first bewn taking them while at Hot Springs. Ark, under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatum. Liver and Stomach trouble. Cotirttipation which I bad been it long sufferer. I found the Ceerv Capsules gave me great relief roni the beginning and have uped them ever since. With pleasure, and unsothem to any and licited. all puffering witli like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours. "Three from two you can't," rays the schoolboy. Eight! Three from two you can't, either in dollars or dividends or sarsaparilla. It takes the best sarsaparilla root to make the best sarsaparilla extract. The best sarsaparilla ccmes from Honduras, C. A., and the Dr. Ayer Co. practically controls the entire product. Yet others claim to be making" best "sarsaparilla. They must be making it out of the remainder left after subtracting three from two. But, " three from two you can't." You can't make, the best sarsaparilla without best loot. You only get the best when you A great many blues appear among tho SITrU newest imported custumes at Lord & i2ssSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS-,SSSSSmm Taylors's. LP AVING purchased the stock of goods of the Richmond Harness and Saddle Ladies will be safe in selecting tho S3 Absolutely Puro Company, John T. McClintock and George TV". "White have formed a partnerPaqnin skirt as an enduring model for the whole season. It has a circular IQJ1 ship to operate a First-clas-s Saddle and Harness Store next door to Fox's Livery ilounco which runs low in fiont and Stable. high in back. CO., Linen collars and cuff' will be more extensively worn this Summer than "VOaou TbTBfccAvvtvq, CoWaxs, THE EFFECT OF WAR UPON OUR C0M- ever. They come in some fetching MERCE. shapes. TrilB3) .artless, "BtUUs, CVvavcvs, Bangles, bracelets, thrust pins and If we should become involved in a noend of rings are worn. Si'uvbs, TbacVawu,s, Zz. war with Spain, what would be the efRoman sashes with sewing silk fect of hostilities upon the commerco of fringe, much knotted, are offset by -the United States? neckties matching them in colors. In response to this question The The fact that wo are to wsar the Chicago declares that our Our goods are domestic and imported, and guaianteed. Our glove is attributcommerce, instead of beiug impaired able to the long sleeves of present style. workman from "Wisaddle department is in charge of a first-clas- s would be greatly improved. Says this e nchester. Our store the largest and brightest; our goods the equal New serges show waves commentator: and plain colorings. of the best. Uur prices lowest. (Jail ana examine our stock and get In the first place, it would fill every The hat will be a leader in our prices. shipyard, every gun factory, every wool- millinery. en mill, every cotton factory with orders Some charming frocks for little girls for the supply of material required by are being made up by Best & Co., of the army and navy. The mines, the gingham, batiste, Madras cloths and flocks, and the cotton fields would be challies. taxed to the utmost of their productive Black flowers are noticed in capacity for raw material. With inEvelyn Caule. millinery. creased activity in manufactures would come increased wages, which, means After years of untold suffering from increased expenditures in tho stores, piles, B. W. Pursellof Knitnersville, Pa., lapEni increased demand for houses, increased was cured bv using a single box of demand for all necssaries and comforts, Witch Hazel Salve. Skin diseases of life. such aseczema, rash, pimples and obhaEgKMcH Our imports would be increased, our stinate sores are readily cured by this home manufactures greatly stimulated famous remedy. r.3.T Douglas & Wines. and the country would lhe more independently, because thrown upon its PROSPECT ENCOURAGING. G own resources, than in time of peace. Moreover, it is probable that after tho Tho friends of silver, says the Cincin war our maritime trade would increase as a result of the stimulus the seafaring nati Enquirer, have abundant reasons impulse that a war upon the ocean al- for encouragement to work with renewed zeal and earnestness. ways begets." They can bo reasonably confident While this is not the view which ia commonly entertained by the American that the six and a half millions who vopeople in recard to the effect of war upon ted f ir Bryan iu 180G will be practically rvSn our commerce, still it contains food for unanimous in 189S for the free and serious thought, and is entitled to due unlimited coinage of silver. There has WO consideration at this time, when proba- been no change for the better in the bilities of war are under consideration. condition of the country to induce desertions fiom our ranks. There were There are three little things which millions of Republicans who were in do more work than any other three little favor of bimetallism who were induced Ui iS&r things created they are the ant, the to believe that silvor could be restored bee and DeWitt's Little Early Risers, by international agreement. .l&Mi&iI ; They have since learned that the ri the last being the famous little pills for Republican leaders were opposed to the stomach and liver troubles. Douglas & continued coinage of silver with or with Wmes Druggist. 8 of other governout the The Washington Star observes that ments. The arcument was employed the month of February has this year as a decoy to keep their ranks from beproduced far more than its ordinary ing broken. Tho indications now are that the Reshare of international events. Says publican silverites, the Populists and this paper; "In the farcast the world's most powerful nations became involved the Democracy will form an alliance in a complication that at oue time and give a solid vote in favor of silver seemed to threaten tho peace of both candidates, nominating those who will Asia and Europe. Negotiations vitally bring the strongest support. 3E3E2 555S3Za The surrender of the Republican affecting the future of the Chinese Emparty to the advocates of the gold standpire resulted and a cribis was barely averted. Meanwhile the trade relations ard is absolute and complete. The Secbetween Geimany and this country retary of the Treasury boldly declares were seriously disturbed through an that the administration is intent on effort on the part of Germany to ex- committing the country more thorclude American fruit. Seeral dread oughly to the gold standard. Now that disasters occurred, including the loss of tho Republican party has the courage the Alaskan steamship, Clara Nevada, to admit that it favors the English fiwith forty persons. President Darrios, nancial sjsteni (gold the only coin and of Gautemala, was assassinated and a bank notes the only credit money) it revolution followed which, without only remains for the friends of both further disturbing the peace ot the re- gold and silver to stand shoulder to public, resulted in a change of adminis- shoulder in the maintenance of the Silver Republicans, tration. French troops invaded English common cause. Democrats and Populists, all who favor territory in Africa and caused a disturbance in tho relations of France and an exclusive government credit money, England, which, though official dis- can, if they will, win signal victories. claimers quickly followed, may yet proWAR AND POLITICS. ITURS, duce troublesome consequence. The became intensely excited French nation Patriotism in Republican newspapers by reason of the intervention of the novelist Zola in the alfaits of Captain must have sunk to a low ebb when war , Dreyfus, charging the army with grossly against Spain is urged as a means of improper conduct and motives. His winning the fall elections for the Retrial revealed a desperate State of affairs publican party. in the republic, the judicial proceed- j3Democratic patriotism is made of a ings becoming the object of the most se- different material. If war with Spain is vere and significant criticisms from all necessary to preserve the honor of this King nation, Democrats will welcome war, irparts of the civilized world. George of Greece was fired upon by un- respective of its results on party elecSr3f&Kfl known assassins, but escaped unhurt. tions. Rock-Botto- m It is but just to say that the demand Meanwhile this country has been kept in a ferment by reason of two events for war as a means of saving the of the Republican party and of seclosely associated and bearing upon the possibilities of a rupture of the peaceful curing offices for Republican politicians relations with Spain. The disclosure of is not generally advocated by the Rethe letter from the Spanish minister at publican press. But it is a significant friend and fact that a newspaper popularly supWashington to a his consequent departure from this posed to represent the personal opinions country caused an excitement that was of President McKinley has urged war immediately dwarfed by a national ca with Spain as a means of "killing lree lamity, the destruction of the Battle silver." In discussing this narrow view of the ship Maine in tho Harbor of Havana question now before the American peoand tho death of the greater part of her crew. This tragedy was but a fitting ple the Atlanta Constitution says: politi "The most ignorant close of a month that has brought upon cian could not invent a narrower plat- V2 the world an extraordinary amount of suffering, passion and excitement. It is form. Let us intervene at the cost of to be hoped that March will not con- war, if necessary, not because it is an tinue to accumulate reasons for regrets act of highest humanity to put an end to a struggle that is hopeless for Spain and and fears-- " ruinous to Cuba; not because tho re2S5S! lLjLv Hardin county can lay claims public i3 consecrated to tho high cause greatest cattle county in of human liberty, but because it is the to being the votthe State, excepting Fayetto, Clark, ouly way we can prevent half the of our country from disBourbon and other famous bluegrass ing population counties. There have been fed and are honoring the nation." In tho first place, it is entirely gratunow on feed within a radius of twelve Vjy. of Elizabeth town 10,000 head of itous to assume that a Democratic sucmiles IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5TH. cattle. Many have been sold as higlr cess at the polls would dishonor the nation. The Democrats have not endeavas $65 a head and some are yet to be ot sold that will bring that price; but put- ored to make political capital out the trj g average down to $40 a head, Cuban situation. It would be honorable ting the and patriotic lor the Republicans to folthis represents $400,000 in cash. 5 Hoars CiaciHaati to New Orleans and JackHYifle low this good example. News. eAKlH! W. HARNESS SADDLERY FIRM I FULL LINE OF SpJspljrllllrlJaprgis l"' nEjrBrTUgfrr'JBrail irgjtairturairaairtji&rraarraa mm. nj injicni ImsircjsarCJ i ra iimr i 5 POWDEB BAK1NQ POWDER a.. mm IsjH ROYAL NEvrJTOISK. iff ill pJ3 SfrHJ tip sjp L.J so a'SuM Saws, o3ut &oota. ed Inter-Ocea- n one-butto- n wide-wal- Respectfully, all-bla- m PS mm mm up-to-d- McClintock Sri JapM SI ill iv PS lip De-Wit- t's pIpX McCormick ii Installment House, Qlp iyi The PriQe Fighters ! fS3 guarantee to save you from 25 to 50 per cent, on all kinds of If you need anything in the FURNITUKE line, call and see us, we Furniture and Mattresses. FURNITURE SOLD ON INSTALLMENTS. Bed Room Suites, 3 Pieces From $18 up. t"l Hall Racks, $1.50. Wardropes, $9.00 up. Center Tables, 75c. up. rr' We also make fine Cokner Seats, and all kinds of Parlor Furn- Eoot Stools, Couch Pillows, all kinds of Furniture and Matresses re paired and made new. Awnings Of all kinds, made to order at for-tuu- es Prices. semi-offici- pot-hou- se Kelley jg4 SECOND ST. Mi jDHil Wfesi Winter Schedules QUEEUT & 109 FINEST rEKrciHiiMicosnD, zsrsr. CHESCEFT. EOUTE. Eliza-bethto- CO P o N j Q ftftwt mm t ttO-QP- 03 24 MILES SHORTEST. VESTIBULED TRAINS IX THE 4 ANDY CATJIARXiC &S 11 a .?!?fii!V ra'acsi'vcto iTIPATIOH , 4.14 hMMrtfeW. -- S3i.o3nhtow. V5-- r c5) flr"w ffSHr SoldbyT.S Hagan, DrugcisL Trice 50c ents and S1.00 per box. Call at drug store and get free swaple. Charles T. Caldwell aarsaporina ipfcMi is made wholly from the tbest root imported from Honduras, JiMiSTEIr! ' $ K . fiMIir Ii. "OTKBMH "-' HEMES -- ,.... ALL DRUG4HST3 AND ZL For further jod 'Oculars, prices, ,,1 ,. Jl ' - GRKN1TEKINDS OFmoMjm'eTTs, CEMETERY WORK 1. MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN . Through Pullman Service is unequalled. Cafe Parlor and Observation Cars daily. Standard Vestibuled day Coaches. Get your tickets via the Queen & Crescent Route W. C. RINEARSOK, Gei'l Pass'r Agt., SOUTH tiine-toSu'bscri'be-Coz&e-l- c&?., address, s Ciicimti, 0. COCMfe.HMHfMU.au.w""' .. . .., .. WT T ' s? Jjfadispn Bie&H-i- y Moiniii)ei)tal-Work- UowistkQ ? : , a - t r7"i&rKv TaaaaVsH 4 sSmBaSIdr- - fU7HHMs(iaisMK'WrHII !'' '1 HaM'UMl 111 1 r- - - sK-a i The Richmond Climax. FUBLX8UKD KVrBT WKDNKSB AY BY meAWAWAWA The Apple ; Ths Climax Printing Go. iaW' C i Proprietors and Editors. E. WOODS. Associate Editor. 8 iltP1- - If' "1 PRICK PKK YTfiAlt, $1.50. - 1S9S. WEDNESDAY. ilAKCII 23, FOR CONGRESS. In obedience to the requests or Democrats in every part ot tne Eighth Congressional Disbe of trict, and in accordance with my desire toconn-treemce to the Democratic party and the in critical and Important tunes, I announce myself a candidate for Congress, subject to the action of the Democratic party. As a loyal Democrat, I hare always supported the nominees and platforms of the Democratic party and I now support the platform adopted by the last National Democratic Convention, held at Chicago. I am sincerely grateful for the cordial support given me by the Democrats of the Eighth Congressional District in the past, and I have tried to show my appreciation of their confidence and kindness, by unerasing efforts, to be a faithful and efficient Representative. If honored by the nomination, I believe, I can with the aid of my brother Democrats, redeem the district, and in the future as in the my best efforts shall be given to the faith-discharge of all duties required of me. JAMES B. McCEEARY, Richmond, Ky. March 15. 1893. y, ul M. - rur vuiNnnnB fl s vatsrattviar v-- 7 7 i.v.v. more certain to create dissatisfaction than soods quality, Tt 10 l&.il JUlOUllll. : ohean nrice. Xothino-- is sir j. i. c that looks well but is poor in M y apparent ecimumjr m uiLcu iciii ;.vnu.u.Si" - . m;nfoi..Q n ndirnrt.icp inffiHor (rnorls at. u.u..... 0 n, -m o.. a... - Al)iAiMltftiitAMtcaBIAlittttlMftliMCHIIIftlt6M06fiMtCtfta. . ! i !!! I !!!!!!!! t !!!! t !! ! .. 'a 09 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 09 09 09 00 09 00 O0 00 00 00 00 00 O0 00 00 00 00 $z Uad LtD We; Ttoeeissvoiv Vl a ve "SVvvaasV sa... p .0 t i& mnl-- n wnnrlprfnllv stronr combination. We wish first to call 3'our attention to . 7fR" our SHOES for both Ladies' and Gentlemen. Nothing is so generally appreeia- S ted as a really good shoe sold CHEAP. .3J N, Men's Fine Satin Lined Calf Shoes, lace and congress, new goods, guarji.Tit.PPf1 ... pverv nart., will out wear anv., sold elsewhere for $2.00 our a. in -- . ,, c .. P yv Low Prices and Good Goods Governor Bradley killed the bill compellinc railroads to carry bicycles as baggage. Mayor John E. Garner Las announced his cai.tlidacy for Congress in the Tenth District. A bill has been introduced in the Senate providing for remission of duties on war materials that may be imported. on rivers and harbors has voted not to report a ij4li I? 0. e. a Aa (' !)) ea... V& Ladies' Cincinnati made Shoe, button and lace, kid and cloth tops, heel or $ 1 0 M spring heel, made to sell at $2.00; our price 3 2kof Laces, Madras Have also just received from New York a full line Cloths. Percales. Dimities, Ribbons, Belts, Corsets, Hosery and the like. Will 1) quote you some prices on lace which will surelj interest you: -- llTMCP. ........-.-.12 12 12 ' V 9jyJ .. H $ a..-' - 9)aa.". a..-sa.- The House committee 0OS.. 4- - 1 river and harbor appropriation bill at this session. a... a... 0a.- ft The cotton mill strikers at reduced wages Bidde-for- d, aa... oa... .ale., 3,500 in number, have surrendered and gone back to work at WALLACE RICH 99ee09eae8a)aaesaeeee a ZWS) Yards Torchon Lace for 5c. Yards Torchon Lace for 10c. Yards Wider Torchon Lace 20c. Swiss Edge for 3c. a yd. St With every Five ($5.00) Dollar purchase we give a beautiful picture. Also with a Ten ($10.00) Dollar purchase a larger picture framed and read' to hang up. ($25.00) Dollar purchase we give an elegant pict-- of With a Twenty-fiv- e Yours Respt., furniture or a beautiful bronze clock. Call in and see us. Henderson, of Iowa has introduced a bill to prevent the use of the United .States flag as a business advertisement, or the use of any government publication advertising mediums Representative g (SlH THE SAVOY ': .w j e.5 e eaaaaaaaeaeaaaaooaaasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaeaaaaaeaaa jkHt-- Nk $h J& S LfC 7n 7h & McKee Corner. Rk hmoxd, Ky. M s & L & & Ni $ ,''' H e V S 7W 7a ' Mr. Cleveland says he cannot account for the arrogant confidence of r4 forces. We can. TIipj vs- the free know they arc riglit, and they believe ? 7 fc 7 " 7 k Nt & 7 J g 7ly 1 that a majority them. of the people are with Bath Count v World. - "Weyler denio that lie vrut- the letter In which he is alleged to have stated that he had Havana harbor Mined to destroy the Maine. however, has little weight with decent people. He ha denied other charge just as arrocious, that the world knows to be true. His word, on militia will report a bill very soon asking Congrev. to appropriate f 0 for the militia of the country. The appropriation for the current year is $400,000. The committee will also of the militia laws, report a rovi.-io-n some of which have been in force for more than a century. 100,-00- THE MARGARITA I & 4 V 4 & & & 4 - It is undeistiod that the committee The Senate committee on judiciary has completed its consideration of the proposed amendment to the Constitution of the Tinted Mates providing for the succession to the Presidency in cjim of the death of the President-elec- t Tne amendbefoie his inauguration. ment was modified so as to empower Congress to legislate on the subject. two sentences uttered by helly M. Culloin. of Illinois: Any man, whether a member of Congress or otherwise, who would attempt to make a dollar out of such a crisis is too mean to live. Men who attempt to speculate on the calamities of the poor Cubans or on the blowing up of tlie Maine ought to be shot. These are manly, robust, virile and y thoroughly American sentiments. manly American will echo them. F.v-er- MR. M'CREARY'S V1I1I fr & V CANDIDACY. VlV PERSONAL.. I Here are i f Rill has lecn introduced in the House appropriating $100,000 for the return of the bodies of the Maine to the Cnited States and their burial at public expense at such places Rn the relative of tho deceased might designate. The unknown dead, by the terms of thr bill, are to be buried at the National Cemetery at Arlington, The House Committee on Coinage, and a Mutable monument is to be Weights and Measures, has faorably reported to the House a resolution auerected to their memory. thorizing the Secretary of the Treasexperiments to determine ure The I!e. T. M. Myers, of the First the to make best material for minor coinage Christian chuich of Jelfersonville, said and to submit new designs for coins in in his sermii Sunday night that the Congress The committee sayB the prevailing conditions were worse than copper penny becomes dingy, dirty, b corrosion poisonous; the war, and that if hi country needed his dull and nickel the-cecop servicer he was willing to join the per, is too soft. Switzerland, Austria army to f.e the struggling Cubans. Hungary and Italy have adopted pure minor The Bev. C W. Diet, of the Clifton nickel for their results, coinage with bethe very satisfactory Christian church, m preaching on the ing" hard, tiurable, magnetic, coins velvety prosi'ectb of war between this couniry to the touch, retain their color aud do and fcpain, said: "If defending a not corrode. weak and helpless people a struggling The long expected announcement band of patriots like the Cubans that Mayor McKison, of Cleveland, Ohio, would contest the election of means war. we accept the issue." benator M. A. Hanna has been made, says the The Silver Knight Watchman. Mayor McKisson states that he will make the contest for the long term, and that the date of filing his protest w ill depend upon the Ohio Legislature. The mayor further says he will contest on the grounds of fraud, which he alleges were used by the friends of Mr. Main and Broadway. Hanna at the preliminary fight at Columbus. "The fight we put up during the sensational hattle at Columbus," said Major McKisson, "is not a marker to the" one we will wage against him when the time comes for him to take his seat for the long term. "The Senator has lost friends by his absolute neglect for all who supported bun in the preliminary contest. This conduct is in accord with his usual custom It will be an aasy trick to The new goods are coming faster than dow n him when the proper time comes. can be mentioned. Many that deserve The evidences of fraud are so manifest a prominent place here are crowded out that it will require but half what the bribery investigators have now found and have to go unheralded and unsung. out to prove that his friends used des"We would call your particular attention perately fraudulently inothods in to our wall paper stock this season, 'it electing him." is a superb line, exclushe patterns, The Legislature, after passing 110 original ideas. The desiguere are crea- measures at this session, adjourned tors of styles, not followers. New, Tuesday last. The only new laws of striking, tahteful, and prices below that far reaching importance are the Goe-belection act, demanded for inferior goods. Just commission act the Bronston prison and the gerrymanders look over our line, or such parts as will ot the Third and Eighth congressional interest ou, and we are sure you will districts and the Third and Seventh appellate court districts. From being agree with us as to its merito. extremely doubtful these four districts are made safely Democratic under any 3V ordinary circumstances. The important bills numbered We show M patterns that need but among tho dead are the Chinn School-boo- k to be been to insure us a sale. All Bill, the Chinn Pure Food Bill, Eliades. all designs to suit any room, the Uronston aud Racing:, Bill, the liOiiisille Ripper Bill and from the attic to the cellar. the Local option Bill. Here are some of the laws passed by -- fcc 3V A vic-tim-5 nt three-quarte- rs Cf.BfowefS.Co 'I Certain Novelties el 5c Pool-roo- m 1 M it An Catchy, Frenchy florals and stripes in shall act providing that Circuit Clerks make up jury list twenty days the new tones of Green, Red and Blue. instead of ten days before court convenes. 'SVWOe An act to prohibit school trustees from becoming interested directly or A few special stripes in silk effects, indirectly, in any contract for build in his with or without the frieze, with mould- ing or repairing school-housings to match. They hang as beautiful or their district An act authorizing tho Sheriir to as a real silk fabric collect school taxes wherever tho County Treasurer has failed to qualify, or where the bard of trustees deem it preferable for the Sheriff to make said Beautiful Ingrains with large floral collections. borders and ceiling. An act requiring the appointment of at least one woman physician in certain institutions in this State. An act to prohibit the sale, barter The most exquisite line of English or loan of any intoxicating beverage in local option districts. Chintz aud flora! designs. An act providing that public roads may be worked both by taxation and present only A remnant lot of room mouldings at by hands. Atcan adopted. one or the other method 2c a foot to close each pattern. Bring An act to appropriate $500 to mark measure of room and get a chance at the graves of the Confederate soldiers these. They will only last a few days. slain at Pcfryville An act requiring tho analysis of fertilizers before they can be "placed upon sale, contains "an emergency clause. An act requiring all persons or companies employing tho services often or M more persons in any mining industry to pay said employes their wages on or before tho 16th day of each month LEXBfGTQK KY. If unable to raise the money tboyehall V, issue due Mil to said employee. es the Legislature: iYbz C.F.Brower&Co McCreary's many friends in this county are coi fident he will secure the nomination and he triumphly elected. ML Vernon Signal. The Shelbyville Sentinel, which is for Gilbert, says it cannot denied that the Madison county Statesman will be a dangerous factor in the race. A Danville correspondent says that Gov. McCreary has much the best of the Congressional race as it now stands, amounting to a walk over. The Lighth is an extremely doubtful district, but Gov McCreary has never failed to carry it. It would probably be tho part of wisdom for the Democrats of the Eighth to concede him a unanimous nomination. Owens boro Messenger. Gov. McCreary's record in Congress is sufficient evidence of his ability and is ample justification for the assertion that the district will be represented by a capable and experienced man it he should be nominated and elected. Danville Advocate. It is a fact that Mr. McCreary made one of tho best Governors Kentucky ever had; and as a member of Congress he was noted for his industry, energy aud promptness. Bead his card, ho strikes from the shoulder out and states his position without equivocation or evasion Harrodsburg Sayings. In this impression of the Journal will be found a card from Hon. Jas. B. McCreary announcintr his candi dacy ior uongress in tins district. Mr. McCreary needs no introduction to our readers, having served several terms in Congress, thus making for himself both a State and national reputation. If Mr. McCreary should be the choice of Ids partv for this olHce the Democrats of the Eighth district can rest assured that he will not be the hindmost man at the November election. Jessamine Journal. Hon. James B. McCreary, of Richmond, has announced his candidacy for the Democratic Congressional nomination in the Eighth District. If the Democrats of this district act wisely they will give Gov. McCreary the nomination by acclamation, which would be equivalent to election with him as the nominee, aud as he did in the past so would he in the future represent thein abiy, industriously and faithfully upon the lloor of Congress. Mt. Sterling The announcement by Gov. McCreary of his candidacy for Congress will be gladly received by hosts of Democrat, who think he is the one man who can lead us out of the wilderness. The excellency of his past services both to the people and to the party is an earnest of what may be expected of him in the future and guarantees him a hearty support from all who admire honesty, integrity and faithfulness in a public official. Gov. McCreary is not a man to rush in without viewing the field and count ing the costs and the fact that he has seen fit to yield to the solicitation of friends from all over the district, is proof that he is sure of the nomination. Stanford Journal. Tho announcement of Hon. James B. McCreary "as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the Eighth Distriit of Kentucky appears iii this issue of the Dispatch. A man who has been Governor of Kentucky and has bo long been a national figure in Congress needs no introduction in this Btate either in or out of the Eighth District Gov. McCreary has always been a loyal and true Democrat, and his opinions ou public questions have always been boldly expressed. When his party has spoken in convention he has loy ally responded with hit. support. He is a candidate subject to the will of his party, uuequivocably standing on the principles of the Chicago platform, and on account of his long and honorable services he will make a strong candidate. In Congre&i he was leader and his services on tho international bimetallic commission familiarized him with every phase of the currencv question. He was for international bimetallism as Jong as he had hopeSi of an international agreement, but when he became convin6ed that bucU hopes were delusive he took his stand witn Jjemocracy for tho free and unlimited coinage of silver at tho ratio of 16 to 1 independent of tho action of any other nation. He has repeatedly carried his district when it was Re publican, and if nominated will carry it again. The district is close aa at present organized, the Democratic majority not exceeding 100. There will be three or more candidates in the field, and harmony should prevail, "bemuse without it tho nominee could net win. Gov. McCreary informed the Dispatch that he would not bo a candidate, for speaker if elected, as ho '.only desire to represent the district o: i the floor. WuieYJlle Dispatch, Gov. Sentinel-Democra- t. I Dr. A. II. fort. ville. Mrs R. E. Texas. Mr. Green Igo returned Monday to !tllttt Conductor's Stewart is up from Frank Story Little is visiting in Louis- A Friend Put Him on the Track to Good Health Attorney Hoggs attended court at Paris last week. Senator John Bennett is at homo from Frankfort. Mr T. 11 Karr has returned from Hot Springs, Ark. Dr. W. G. White was in Cynthiaua last week on business. Attorney Grant E. Lilly and wife arc visiting relatives in Versailles. Miss Laura Bennett is the guest of Mrs. Albert Severance at Stanford. Frauk Kinney, of Ivouisville, formerly a student of C. U., was here Sunday. Mrs. T. E Baldwin is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. 11. Shanks, in Stanford. Had Boon Laid Up for Two Months with Dizzy Spells. " I have had a stomach troublo for tho past three years and last winter I was so that I could not work for over two months. I would have dizzy spells when I could not get out ot bed, and when I was lying down it seemed as though there was a hard lump in my stomach. Tho medicines given me afforded relief only for a time. A friend advised me to try Hood's Sarsaparilla, which I did, and after taking six bottles I am glad to say I never felt better in my life. I do not have any dizzy spells and do not feel the lump in my stomach." A. Jackson, Passenger Conductor, P. C. C. and St. Louis By., 429 19th St., Louisville, Kentucky. Chancellor L. H. Blanton has returned from a business trip to Now Jones. York. Miss Margaret C. Patrick, of Georgetown, is the guest of Miss Mattie Mrs. D. R. Tevis returned Saturday Lex- Is the best la fact the One Truo Blood rurlfler. Insist upon Hood's; take no substitute. are Bentle mlld' cffeo Hood's nOOU S KlllS Sarsa- parilla 25c Mve. All druggists. ington. Mr. It. L. Gentry was over from Lexington and spent Sunday with his family. Mrs. II. C. Jasper and little son left Monday for a visit to relatives in Jessamine. Mr. John W. Fox returned "Wednesday from a three mouths stay in Dawson, Ga. Mrs. C. D. Chonault and children are visiting Mrs. Chenault's mother in Woodford. Mr S. F. Phelps left "Wednesday for Huntington, W. Va. to visit John Hoe Russell, Esq. J. A. Sullivan and W. S. Hume have returned from a business trip to Louisville. Messers. John R. Gibson, J. L. Baxter and T. J. Jackson were in Frank fort last week. Mr. Rollie Green, representing the florist, of Lexington, was here Thursday, Mr. H. J. Streng has returned from tho east, where ho purchased a fine stock of goods. Mrs. E. P. Clark and little son, of Lexington, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Maupin. Miss Van Greenleaf, of Richmond, is a guest of Miss Lizzetto Dickson. night fiom a visit to friends in Hon-ake- r, Paris Kentuckian. Hotel Zimmer Friday. Miss Ruth Pepper and Miss Dovie Letcher left Friday to visit tho latters. parents in Cincinnati. Mrs. Vernon Beggs, of St. Louis, Mo., is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Miller, on Lancaster avenue. Mr. Sidney McSwain returned Thurs day from hew York, where he disposed of a car load of poultry. Miss Eva Brumback, of Madison, is attending school at tho Brock school-housWinchester Democrat. Miss Matilda Tribble hasvreturned home after a pleasant visit to Miss Bettie Weathers at Lexington. Mrs. Laura Lloyd, of Richmond, was the guest of Mrs. John Graham last week. Blue Grass Clipper. Mr. J. B. Stouffer has returned from Cincinnati, were he purchased a fine Rev. G. "W. Young will begin a proline of clothing and gents furnishings. tracted meeting at the Methodist Church Mrs. R. M. Shaw, of Richmond, was Sunday night. He will be assisted tho guest of V. V. Shaw and wife, Rev. W. S. Grinstead, of Stanford. bv Friday. Millersburg Cor. Bourbon Rev. Henry Sweets, of the Prcsbvte-ria- n News. Theological Seminary, Mrs. J. S. Collins entertained on last delivered an address Sunday Louisville, to tho Y. Friday night, a number of youngfolks M. C. A. of Central "University. Ho in honor of her sister, Miss Sallio Mar- preached for Rev. J. K Smith at the shall. Presbyterian church Sunday morning to Miss Mary Bennett returned Satur- a large and appreciative congregation. day from Lexington, where she was Notwithstanding the sm x scare the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. large audiences continue to meet at . Mary Clay. the Baptist church to hear Rev. MalRev. G. "W. Young left Monday for colm MacGregor. It is a great pity London, where he will iinHvur n.lnnfi,ro that any thing should have occurred to to the pupils of the Sue Bennett prevent attendance at these meetings. Memorial School. Rev. MacGregor is a clear, logical and Mrs. Albert Severance, of Stanford, forceful speaker., and his sermons make and Miss Laura Bennett, of Richmond, impressions on the mind that will last spent Thusday with Mrs. G. L. Walden. through life. Services will continue during the week. 'Song services begins Danville Advocate. Mr. George Prewitt, of Richmond, promptly at 7:15 p.m., service 7:S0. was visiting the family of Dennis Too-ho- y morning service 11, a. m. last week. Tanner's Store Cor. Pastor L B. Timberlake1 writes? from HichnSond, Ky., March 14: "The worjc Winchester Democrat. Miss Kate C. Walker, of Richmond, of the Lord is progressing here. Our l is on the increase, our Ky., was at the Grand yesterday, en route to Cleveland, to visit her sister, congregations are large, and there have The Mrs. Leonard Hafina. Tuesday's En- been three accessions recently. paeiur m iuukidr witn great anxiety to quirer. the coming of Bro. MacGregor oa next Snnday to assist in a protracted raeetinjp. her Iwiae in UU 'fcfcrliog, Monday,! way mo e. Messrs. W. H. Steele and A. C. Foster, of London, were registered at the after a pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs Neale Bennett. Mrs. Bennett accompanied her home. J. Speed Smith, of Richmond, was in the city last week J. A. Myers, of the Richmond Pantagraph, and Fountain Ferrel, of Richmond, spent Sunday in the city. Winchester Sun. Mrs Ed. Rowland is visiting in Richmond this week Miss Eliza beth Miller and brother, Meade.Millor, are visiting their brother, Hugh Miller, at Richmond. Nicholasville Democrat. Mrs. Nannie Fish is visiting her daughter. Mrs. B. J. Clay, Richmond. Geo. O. Dozier, of Richmond, has has been in Jessamine this week looking after his marble business. Jessamine Journal. Mrs. MoOTett, wife of Rev. Dr. MofTett, will leave ior Bellwood Seminary to visit their two daughters, who are students there. Before her return she will visit their two sons, who are attending Central University at Richmond. Marion Falcoln. Miss Fannie Watts, of Richmond, is the guest of Mrs. Hal Headloy Miss Fulkerson who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Sharp, left yesterday for Richmond, where she makes a visit before- returning to her home in MiddlesboroLexington Herald, March 18. Miss Laura Bennett, a Richmond beauty, is the guest of Mrs. A. H. Severance Gilbert Grinstead, an ef- ficientand r.ccommodatingyoung man, who has been clerking in the Louisville Store for some time, has resigned totakeambre lucrative position, with W. D. Oldham, at Richmond. The best wishes of his many friends go wiiii iiiin. liuuriur journal. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Smith, Jr., nee MissEliso C. Bennett, just home from their bridal tour to Mexico, were entertained at six o'clock dinner on Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Waller Bennett, at their home on Lancaster Avenue. Those present beside the host and hostess and guests of honor, were Dr. and Mrs. A Wilkes Smith, Mr. aud Mrs. D. B. Shackelford, and Mr. and Mrs. R. "W. Millec. To-da- y RELIGIOUS. undertaking After many meetings and addrebscs and private and public debater the question was i ' decided last Friday by election throughout the Yates precinct. We s a append the ollicial report of the a r county ollicer.--. who counted the vote: Commonwealth of Kentucky,) Madison County. Vr'e, P. H. Sullivan. John F. White P x "H and H. H. Colyer, duly authorized to ? Iy canvass the return for the county of vrj Malison, do certify that at an election held in Yates Magisterial District Xo. r " 5, on the ISth of March, 1S9S, to deXi "' J) Jl termine whether or not spirituous, ing of this dear brother. I will report vinous or malt liquors should be sold su c i, ;.-- j the meetings as they progress." Re- in said district and the provision of the local option law to apply to druggists corder. as well as to all other retailers, the vote in each precinct of said district was as follows: Bearwallow, number 9 valid votes cast, 1G1, whole number, To Mr. and Mrs. Joo Adams, 161, votes against sale of liquor 148, ad vms. votes for salo, 13, majority against sale, ot i'ditu Lick, a fine gir;. '...01 cast, 22J, loo; Kingston, valid CoKXEijisox. To Mr. and Mrs. W. rejected, 1, against sale,votes votes for ..04J 197, G. Cornelison on last Wednesday, sale 20, majority in saiu precinct eo a girl. against sale, 171, majority against salo of liquor in Magisterial District Xo. 5 I Rock Crusher And Road Machine For Madisona was oOG. G9u... Do you ...01; P. II Sullivan, Judge. The Fiscal Court on Friday purchased need a Plow, o J.no. F. White, Clerk. through General agent David Cooke, of A Harrow, as II. II. Colyek, Sheriff. , of Mara the Climax Road JlachineCo 80s.. A Corn Planier, thon, N. Y., a road machine and rock 0iii. crusher to be used to improve the turnLocal Option Fight Now on. A Wagon, or other oa4 pikes of this county. The former is for . Petitions have been drawn up grading; the latter, which is 04 We are sole agents for the Vo'caa Chilled Pcws ant) portable, is for preparing rock for Maca- under the direcetion of the W.C.I. 80s.. Olds Farm Wagon In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware stoves 04 89... and Tinware Tin Roof lag and Guttering a Specialty. damizing. The cruihor and rock raa-- c U. and placed in the hands of com- 09 ..04 o4 mittees, who will canvasb the city for due ccst about $1200 and will he put in enough signatures to becure a vote on QO. operation in a few days. tho local option question in Richmond. 04 It will take about 00 names to make Guards Shot. up the 25 per cent, required by law , About fifty raiders on horseback whici can be secured without trouble. .made a foray in the western part of The following is a copy of the petiT. Boyle county Saturday night. At a tion: v s 8G3e9G9B98&Q3aec?soQ3QQeea&Q90sQaedeee gate near Perry ville they were fired To Hon. P. II. Sullivan, M1 on by the two guards, and a general Juc'ge Madison County Court, shooting followed. Guard Thomas Richmond, Kv. Middleton was seriously wounded, and Sir: Guard Lynn Penny was shot in the We tho undersigned legal voters arm. It is believed' some of the raid- of precinct, of the Richmond ers were wounded, but the entire district of Madison county, Kentucky party got away. They visited four do respectfully petition you to cause prior to tho shooting, at a poll to be opened in each of the three two of which they forced the guards voting precincts of tho said Richmond on duty to chop up the gates. district, viz., City Hall, University and Court House, on Saturday, June For Little People, Bio; People, Thin People, Old People Mr. Miller's Narrow Escape. 11, 1SS, to take the sense of the legal and Young People, Rich People, Particular PeoMr. "W. H. Miller had a narrow es- voters- of the said dibtnet as to whether cape from death on Saturday afternoon or not spirituous, vinuous or malt ple and People otherwise. on his way home from this city He liquors shall be sold, bartered or iiucueu a young norse to a new ouggy, loined in said Richmond district, and We can fit the foot and fit the pocket-boo- k in any purchased here that day, and was near that tie provisions of the local option the on the Irvine pike, when and prohibition law in said district thing in our line, if same is within the reach of the shall imply to druggists as .well as all the boree became frightened and- ran away, throwing Mr. Miller and a negro other retailers. retail shoe dealer. boy that was in the buctrv with him to the ground. It was at first thought State of Ohio. Citvof Toledo, We do not offer you $4 shoes for $1.9S, because we that several of his ribs were broken, Lucus County, which proved to the contrary by the cannot do so, and 3011 also know it cannot be done, but Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he examination of a physician He is is the senior partner of the firm of F. J we do aim offer considerably bruised and may be con- Cheney & Co , doing business in tho a shoe for $2 that you will pay $3 fined to his bed for several days. The city of Toledo, County and State aforefor elsewhere, and a shoe for S3 that have paid $4 negro and buggy were unharmed. said, and that said firm will pav tho sum and $5 a pair for, siinpty because we want of ONE HUNDRED DOLL AR5 for each to get "Some Mothers of Some Kinds." and every case of Catarrh that cannot 3our money's worth. The good women of Richmond are be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh seeking to have a Curfew Law ordi- Cure. CaW. aTvA euamwvB out STyc'vat 2atvc Frank J. Cheeey. nance passed to keep the youth of cur cxe jouW-Sworn to before me and subscribed in city in doors after dark. It is not our my presence, this 6th day of Decomber, province to decry auy scheme for the salvation of man or for the betterment A. D. 13SU. A. W. Gleason of our earthly condition. If nothing W if i else will stop the evils this ordinance j seal I 1: Notary Public. seeks to cure, then we cannot M 4w- - W 9 it without giving it a trial. J. 11 S But there ,is a better way to purify a Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally M Phone, jSTo. 21. m stream, and that is to purify its source ! and acta directly on the blood and muThe mothers of Richmond "who permit cous surface of the syutein Send for their boys to run the streets should re- testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, 0. flect a moment. Do thev wish to trans- -' fer the care of their children to the po- CgkSoId by Druggists, 75c. niarlUin lice ? These officers' bauds are full after older law breakers. BUMPS 2:04 RUBBSTEM2:05. The leading article on our first page this week, if attentively read, will why tho need "of a Curfew Law- is leit now now that it is the only remedy for evils that result directly from e parental neglect! It is from tho pen of a Mother and itdrivesthe message home to our hearts and consciences and we ask, we beseech all mothers, all fathers, all children, to read "Some Mothers of Some Kinds." C. E. "W. Whichever you do you .LfW-Tho Yates Precinct Goes "Dry." . m. tTjr- want properly cooked clfool. The way to get it The victory achieved by tho vr is to uso an 0. K. Stove. people in the Glade precinct last month encouraged the friends of 29461.. tho crusade against liquor that a campaign was instituted in the Yates pretrial 2:23Jf .) cinct, under the leadership ot Elder J. "BABiTOsr. tired by "Baron "Wilkes" 2:18. . .ivwueru xuiiiuau, who caueu to ins as.........a .M..UUU uwmaj ureu orea produce and sistance Rev. Dr. Young, of this city, np to now because hisany other out raceliving out sell the prod ace of and many of the foremost citizens of or dead. Buon "Wilkes sired stallion Yates precinct, who entered the fray "Bumps" 2101;; Oakland Baron 2:09f Baron Dale 2:11 with a vigor rarely displayed by them nnoenstein 1:03 Rachel 2:031; Nydia Wilkes in any r .2 m T vzs BIRTHS. If1 s... Go. 8a.. 9a.. (itiioiai(tiiitie3ioeitii9iiiiiiit ,..f... ........ ...... .................... :. a..; ten-poun- d - r9. t 25 ti 7S FARMERS t..!et--a:t- Fiilajiiuls ..el .ai .ol .&( ..a4 -- Toll-gat- e 03.. , L e. TAYLOR... Bros. V. " l"ei8 111 '" .4 .04 .01 .04 II toll-hous- - toll-gat- e - 3-- ou 3-- ou 3-- dse-caWe- . cor-de- irreemann ms.. "V-- K First Street, now-lookin- g 3-- 4. show-exactl- y -- $ 6t Am o S&V? ten-peran- ce .."BARITONE" ,.. !L 1 'i? yfik Is; Stoves and Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, 2:ll Baron Boeeis 2:09Jf Baronet 2:11 J,' Red Silk 2:111 isaron Dillon 2:12 Baron Crtsn 2:1!' Bay Baron 2:12 Baronmore l:tU Brava2:14 Ranges all-po- S7frlF0tlan15aseTerytnInBinhIs And 41 other:! in the list and is as yet comparatively a young horse. t. . hi-- .,, ouuuon, sain nose, two white feet, 15 hand 3 inches high, i- - years- . ToMmi. . ouvu. a iiiiica oa any coil ?" no ALL RACE RECORDS. 'nwrtvM ,,:.. ""; Are such fine cookers that meji tun v ci i. .1 uau uiut. WlW into a wwiil nni. O. TC. . Stores and Ranges aro up fc C to djfte in every particu- &irj aim we warrant everj" ,, - one Of them. ,,.. '":r.' ?a?Q?c"0?. II ( 'avor that CREAM Sunday-schoo- MOST A BAhlSG POHHB -. PERFEGljpADE- ( ow JpucMrilsry piefg tpeeouj. .. A i: pure Grape Cream of TafSr Powdw. "ft w Ammonia, Akim or ny odwraduiewnt, " YBARS--TH- 8 iSTAW<fc ofi 40. 'JBAiirroxEVlstdam "Black Bess" 222JJ and she the dim of Barodaiee 2:20lf at old, and Ba.toce" trial 2:23) by WeulnKton, br Kentucky Prince, are of Gov StratjuaiKe Mn 0Jf 30 in 3d ifam by Massbrino Patettea, the la the great broad mare list. It KoUcethtSiM08ttooBelrB.Jaat Use of breeding aid speed ob botlt sr and dua side, and ft Is! almost cwriofa- -- tfcot fefeVaaite will go laM aijd w)l waU.i J V r. SeVvIeefMlffi rash at Ua. or.moa.jr ia I SPEED. BAEEDIXQANa INnrvmin..w.... -- r rrv ?r- - ' : Aft Tia. Itafnn SwT- nfljJfTie r B. NCSAS' M -- c 2- to SbakUord .i Jfc i a ! . - J .J" "J 5 . CJ j &&fe&& KlCEEMOXD, Ky. Geatry, 13 & ,. K i g 7s tftotffet QUOTATIONS ywt0 l0k thl'0"11 olsewnere. te FOR SPRING! VI M Cure all liver Ills, billons- m ness, headache, sour stoin-- ff rv ach, Indigestion, constlpa- tlon. They act easily, with- V out pain or pipe. Sold by all arnnrlsts. 25 cents. The only 111U M take with Hood's SarsaparlUa. Hood's III ff faa$S!ttPsfc5v v&4H2 HI I m r. a befo e buying esteem it a pleasure to show N Will endeavor to make your dealings with us both pleasant our Goods and a and profitable. 0Ur dlffel,ent line for Spring 9 Parental objections to her marrying caused an Illinois girl to commit suicide Her death drove her lover insane. Whooping couch is the most distressing malady; hut its duration can he cut short by the use of One Minute Cough Cure, which is also tho best known remedy for croup and all lung and bronchial trouble. Douclas & "Wines Drue- - - ALL - OVER NOW! The fall trade and the holiday trade have come to a close, 'and having had the largest and most successful season duringMts business career, the WZ ! I See Our Js)aYaes, SpSSSSSSSSSS5iSSSSSSS55SSSSSSSSSSSS5 7 ' fiat- - Ladies' Bicycle Shoes a Fire at Junction City cause a con sideroble loss. M Busy Bee Cash Stores -- Chainless Bicycle Shoes. 4-- Just try a 0c. box of Cnscarets, the finest liver and bowel regulator ever made. mayl ly Charles Chafin, of Vancoburg, was drowned while at work on a log raft. Doa't Tobacco Spit and Smoio Your Life A'cay. If you waut to quit tobacco using easily and foievcr. be made well, strong, magnetic, c, r, Lias decided to commence the greatest- - SING OUT AND CLEARANCE 'EVER HELD IN THE CITY Not a Single Item in this Great Store SALE Specialty. sss$sssssssssssssss$ssss;s$s$ , fix & B BOUQLA RIGHT COMPANY. ooo .EkkBHEeL,HHKkHJvnL" full of new llfo and vigor, take the wonder-worketnat makes weak men strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. Over 400,000 cured. Buy of your druggist, under guarantee to cure, 50c or $1.00. Booklet and samplo mailed free. Ad. Sterling ltemedy Co.,Clnai2o or New Vorlc. has escapeed the keen edge of our sharp knife. It is stated that tho Spanish torpedo fleet w ill proceed to Havana after all. We are anxious to do a little good in this world and can think of no pleas-ante- r or better way to do it than by One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia, consumption and other serious lung troubles that follow neglected colds. Douglas & Wines Druggist. We did not stop at Overcoats, Clothing and Cloaks, but went down the line and applied the cold steel to each and every department in the house. The cost of coods in many departments entirely lost sight of, our object being to clof-- out the entire line. " If you haven't bought your winter dress good", dres trimmings or silks, come and get them. Don't think you haven't got tho money, for just a little money goes a long way in this department. You can buy a grain sack full of shoes and boots for what a few pair formerley cost you. We are selling in this great cut price E.ile good heavy, w inter shoes for ladies at 69c per pair. Good winterboots for men at SKl'i per pair. Children's shoes almost.'put in to fill up the sack. - ' $ & H 6 M kW . siA mmmmm The Taris Fair grounds will be at public auction on April 2. Caldwell High School has closed doors for this week on account of sold small-po- x The Richmond Climax. 1DAY. MARCH 3 3 3 23 U For Colds and - 1S9S. Throat Troubles our regular standard medicine is tjouuuvou;0&isoGOuoouuuv ! i . tioments will be received c J HI CLIMAX I 3 y-u- i 3 with tho guar- that it circulation exceeds .if any other paper published Mary Vanarsdall, aged 14, was killed by an L. fc X. freight train at Danville, Friday. The Xovelty Box Manufacturing Company will begin business in Lexington this week. 4m0mm l Our Overcoats and Cloaks have been slaughtered unmercifully. They all go out at lesB than tho former price, and many of them almost given away to clean them up. Many of the very best things are still to be bad in this line and those who have waited until now to buy will reap a rich harvest. 71 keen-edge- lave your The tariff on woolen goods does not effect the prices in this sale, as we- have applied our d knife to the carpet stock and if possible cut deeper than any other department. If j'ou need any carpets for your houses this spring buy them during this sale and save 2.1 per cent. We will offer during this sale on lot of about 400 pair ladies' oxfords at 69c per pair. There :s not a slipper in this lot that is not worth from $1.25 up to $2.50. but sizes are all broken and the lot is composed of several different kinds. Tan, black, white and all colors and shapes. Look through this lot while in the house, we want to close them out. O C Ayer's herrg Pectorar J. HEYWO0D, A.M, Professor of Mathematics, Otterbein HALF-SIZ- E lm Clc-ihin- .ichinoiul. -- w Campbellsville Journal. H Tudor sold last a eek to Mr. future. Bead carefully every line in Douga combined .f Bloomiugton, f r SKiO. las, Bright & Co's, ad in this issue. They olier bargains through the Climax -.n't buy a suit or hat for your boy at all times and should you fail to read .: heeing Stoufierb. a sinide ad, yon will come out the loser. -- i..llard 4& Dunn have purchased Its a hard matter to keep a stock Ogg Brc., a bunch of hogs for of vehicles on hand all the time; but hundred. if you will leave vour order with me .is and caps latest styles and low-e- x you will get what you want. sept at Soulier's. Jonx Doxelsos. e tlestroyed n . uder W. Teague Stevenson, a member alt Lick, in Montgomery county, of a very prominent family and popui. iy night with dynamito. lar in society circles, has been indict..ts toottlerat StoulTer's at ready ed in Woodford for forging his fathers name to a cheek. Stevenson left imice. mediately for parts unknown. ' City Council gran ted Stewart The Glasgow Xews has heard of license Friday night, to con-t'i- e sale of liquor on Second a man living in Allen county who is S7 years old, who never swore an oath, never tasted whisky or tobacco, and .itffer sells clothing cheaper than never attempted to whistle or sing. . And probably never was bom. reiidjnce of Mrs. Josie Cainp-.i- t A tramp who claimed to be a surPjint Lick, was struck by vivor of the Maine worked Winches. 'hing Wetlnesday morning and ter people for a pocketful of coin the - lerablv damaged. other day. lie is a fakir. Another nfler sells clothing cheaper than impostor is the fellow who cjaims to t hae lost an arm rescuing a child. -use of our citizens who attended The arm is strapped to his Democrat. at Xicholasville Monday were led to have certificates from The following quotation from P. ard of Iloalth here. T. Barntim, going the rounds of the .utler is theoldest clothier, furuish-- . press, contains some most excellent . Hattei in tlie city. advice lor business men to follow: you have $10 to put to good use, Mr E. IL 1. Palmer has moved 'If put $1 in the article, and the other ?9 into the Bright i' welry store advertising. I cannot talk to any ing on Main stroet. Call and lor man but a printer. The man that iiu in his new quarters. sticks type and next morning talk to a has. Jacobs, the fashiouable Main thousand people while I am talking . t ui lor. is turning out the hand-i-- t to one is the man I am afraid of, and 6iiits ever seen in Richmond, I want him for my friend.'' iiiiine his samples. To the wagon buyers of Madison -- A bill has been introduced by and aujoining counties: This is to inpressman Davison to grant a pen- -i form you that I still have the agency of $30 per month to Col. John G. for the sale of the "Capital" wagon in d, of KirkbVillo.this county. this county, and that I still have a line of samples on hand. Anyone wanting ee Stoufler for cheap overcoats. m a wagon during my absence from the county please call on any of the followDr. H. C. Jasper, of this City and ing gentlemen for prices, etc. My son, H. Surber, of Danville lost a store R L. Gentry, Jr., P. B. Broaddus, Lya by fire at Junction City last week, man Parrish. S. L. Midkilf, any of uiued $2500, with $1200 insurance. whom will take pleasure in showing ee Stcufier for underwear. you the goods and naming prices. R L Gextiiy, Sk. of Kingston, TheBoien Brothers, It is a mistake about Gilbert Puck-et- t, ve one of the best wire fences ever who is in jail on a charge of steal They are sole ing clothing, being a sou of Win. Puck-et- t, - n in this county. i nts. Write them for particulars. who was hanged in Rstill county. money on He is a son of Elihu Puckett, of that ec Stoufler and save county, and his father is still living. jthins. over coats and underwear. sept The prisoner is a very bright boy of 15 he is. acquitted of the Kerr & Kimbell, who was adver-.se- u years, and if bought charge, Dr. Faries, who has taken a to be here on last Saturday, will take him to . horses, t one of Wagers fc Cohen, great interest in him, his home and try and make a man of r. e J173, and one from Ab Clowers at him. Dr. Faries has taken a number of young boys like this one and raised If I havn't what you want give me them, and all are now good business "ur order subject to approval. positions. men and have first-claW , Mr. Thomas A. Chenault has moved his family into tho Maier propach it Bower played to a big erty on Firth street. Thurtdav night. In the criminal division of Circuit Court at Xicholasville, nine men were -- Lithiti; at prices never so low at sentenced to the penitentiary from two sept u'fer. to five years. A. Mcgee has moved into the An industrial mass meeting will mx property on Fifth street. be held at the court house on April 1. It. Hobson, Dentiet, Richmond, Our citizens are requested to be presmarS lvr tnckv. ent and take part in this commendaule Charlie, 6on of P. B. Broad-i- - ble work. recovering from a severe case of Prof. Wm. M. Jackson bought of ui inia. D. B. Moore, a lot adjoining Mrs. Col new fitock of buggies, etc. at toll's on the Lebanon pike last Monday and will build sometime in the !onelbons. rT!r.f5f3000OO0C55C050 Uni- - versity, Westerville, BOTTLES, 0. 50c. Fashionably Right. Small-Po- x in Richmond. v ; 29-Gi- n On Friday morning last the city was thrown in to a state of excitement by the report that there were two cases of small-po- x on Irvine 6treet, near the opera house, a locality thickly populated by colored people. I i ! s3pt-29-G- m 1 29-l- toll-hous- . i sept-29-G- m T " 1 . bept--9-6- I side-Winch- ester e.ept-29-G- m -- i sept-29-G- . sept-29-6- m 29-G- , ss JOHN DOXELSOX- - Professor E. Benjamin Andrews, Destroyed by Fire. I'r. Mdent of Brown University, will The stable on Xorth street belonging liver his famous lecture on General Jcrre. Fri- - to W. H. Miller and rented to E. Lee at the court house destoyed by fire Friday af Xoland was a nighty ternoon. Loss about $200; insurance -- Poekin Duck eggs at 25 cents per . $100. aLo a few fine game cockerels for W. C. T. U. Reorganized. May Collixs tale cheap. fpb23-ln- i The Richmond Woman's Christian Richmond, Ky. Temperance Union has been reorganMcKee & Co. have in this issue an was decided upon after one col- ized, which advertisment occuping Miss Willard's death. Mrs. Nannie umn, in which they offer great induceEmbry is President and Miss Margaret ments for your patronage. Read and Parrish Secretary. reap the benefits. Not Run. -- Paris Kentuckian. I . yonr spring suit, lion. Morgan Chinn came from Frankthe Main Street fort Tuesday, the legislature having adtailor, journed. Mr. Chinn has been menT. McClintock, tioned as a probable candidate for ConAt the sale of John Wednesday, mules brought $20 to S40, gress, but tells us that he will not make cows $20 to ?30, sows $12, sixty-on- e the race. Harrodsbmg Democrat sheep J5 922 each. Farming impli-meHurrah For Jack! brought fair prices. President McKinley on Wednesday Zimmer Hotel Kont to the Senate the name of Editor ., tn accommodate John L. Bosley for confirmation as l. o.i m.Ci,.i. ; M.naTpnt pnd rpcnlar ,! uostmaster at Paris. With a newspa tK .UG IUUA. WkM 4U o . m f. h vu. nnmuice auui a jaiiu. r'ii boarders at the raost reasonable rates. Mr ought to be happy or be killed. Jack Call and see biia w Second street, Danvilje Advootfe, inchlG-2- t Before selecting call on Chas. Jacobs' nt Will m j The simple truth about tho matter is 3'our suit fit perfect all we propose to give, but on this full 1 s' Ju iy i STAIT ire. t;SSSSSSSSSS$SSSSSfcSSSS reliance can he placed. There are not 25 cases here, as was reported to the Good fitting clothes arc commenced on, your citizens of Waco; there are not more friends notice it, you come back to us, your than ten cases, and two of these are nearly well. Only one has died, friends follow you. Even in the face of these Sophia Walker, colored, and the disease facts you pay less for our clothing- than elsehits been confined to one localitv.rits spread being perfectly natural by reason where. These are the points that have made of the density of the population. The our store the success it is two original cases are the ones now nearly recovered , and they will d to wait on the other patients T?Yo$Yessje. as soon as they are removed to the hos. 11 . r pitals erected yesterday. These are as? U.om.e,YS. cottages located in the holfour small astsc low near the K. C. railroad, back of the toll house on the Otter Creek pike, about one mile from the Court house. 9i R t 0 AR Everything possible for the cure of tho patients, and to prevent the 6pread 70 of the disease, has been 'and is being Want a Curfew Law. A Serious Affliction. 1 Camjakets stimulate lier, kidneys and PIfltttef CNUB,AN TEA cures Dyspcp-- I donePrivate homes are being disinv sia, Constipation and Indibowels. Never sicken, weaken or yripe. ladies of the local W. C. T. V. at The Glendale, Ky , March 12, 1S9S. Mrs. 10c. fected, servants are kept on the premmavl-lgestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. . ises, and everybody is being vaccinated. a meeting Wednesday passed a resolu- Rosa Woodring of this town was afa,,d Stripes were hoisted on Sold dv Perry & Thomas, successors to W. The Stars tion' petitioning the City Council to flicted with swellings on one of her O. White. Tlie hospitals are in charge of the sold to this counCounty Health Officer, Dr. W. Moss enact a Curfew Law ordinance, pro- limbs from her knee to the toes. A the cruiser Amazouas, Frank Morris was arrested in Haniirazil. Gibson, whom the authorities will hibiting boys under sixteen years of physician ascribetl the trouble to liver try by cock county for counterfeiting. handsomely reward for bis meritorious ago being on streets after 9 o'clock at and kiniiey trouble, but given did not do much .good. Mrs. Cut'!, Burns, Bruises, Rheu Best of All. services in personally attending the night. Woodring had been taking Hood's Sar- matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. To cleanse the system in a gentel and sick. He will be compelled to remain Old Oxen, saparilla with benefit for indigestion and Sold by Perry & Thomas, (successors to W. truly beneficial manner, when thespring-tini- e with the patients night and day, having Old oxen and poor cows are in de determined to try it for this disease. G. White. conies, use the true and perfect special telephone communication with remedy, Syrup of Figs. Buy the genmand owing to the buying tho species She was relieved very United States artillery batteries aro uine. Manufactured by the" California 60on after she the Boards ot Health. of stock for ca.ined beef to fill orders began its use, and conthiued taking still moving from the interior to the Fig Syrup Co. only, and for sale by all Drs. McCormick and Smock, of tho I Jrom tho government for navy supdruggists, at 5C cents per bottle. l State Board of Health, have been here plies, says the Lexington Gazette. Hood's Sarsaparslla until she was com- cor.st. mar 3 lm pletely cured. it for several days, the former having left Don't annoy others by your coughThey are shipped to Chicago where A rich placer field has been discovered Dr. Smock w ill remain to yesterday B. R. Parsons, on returning home, ing, and risk your lifo by neglecting a they are made into No. 1 canned beef. in Kiena, in Alaska. with our Boards. found his wife and children gone. cold. One Minute Cough Cure- cures The Kentuckian Citizen says In an interview yesterday with Dr. A Great Deal After meals you should have simply coughs, colds, croup, grippe and all McCormick, he made these statements that Deputy Grand Master Workman, a feeling of comfort and satisfaction. throat and lung troubles. Douglas & of unnecessary expenditure of lime and S. C. Vaughn, who was hero a couple to the Climax: money may be saved if j on w ill only Wines Druggist. You keep a bottle 01 Dr. Oaldwells Syrup "We have discovered the source of of weeks ago, has written 35 applica- tions should not feel any special indicathat digestion is going on, If you of Louis Strauss, of Louisville, commit- J'opsiu in the house. this disease in Richmond. A negro tions tor new members in tlie A. O.TJ. all ordinary sickness is form the stomach; do, you have indigestion, which means ted suicide in Chicago. man, Boyd Simpson, who had been ex- W. at Paris in the few days he has keep that organ in proper condition This may be the beginposed to small-po- x in Knoxville, Tenn., been there. Brother Vaughn is cer and all will be well. Syrup Pepsin is a ning of so many dangerous diseases, specific. Trial size bottles 10c, large and Eczema. arrived in Richmond on January 28, tainly doing grand work for the order Tetter, that it is best to take it in hand at once The intense itching and smai-tininci- sizes 50c and $1.00, of, B. L. Middle ton and about February 8 the disease broke in Kentucky. mar3-land treat it with Shaker Digestive dent to these diseases is instantly allayed out on him. , He was living at the Cordial. For you know that indiges- by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Mallicate Will Die. Russia announces her readiness to house of Mrs. Matt Reed, colored, who Ointment. Many very bad cases Leonard Mallicate was assaulted at tion makes poison, which causes pain Skin been permanently cured oy it. It withdraw her support from Corea. with her child were the next victims. have Berea, Friday, by John Van Winkle and sickness. And that Shaker Diges- is equally efficient for itching piles and The disease thus gained a foothold. It is Strange tive Cordial helps digestion and cures a favorite remedy for sore nipples; "There will not be a case of small pox with a piece of spoke timber and his indigestion. Shaker Digestive Cordial chapped bands, chilblains, frost bites that some people who say they never readj patent medicine advertisements in the city of Richmond after today, skull crushed, the doctor in attendance dose this by providing the digestne and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. will be found lugging home every new or a person who has been exposedo it taking out a portion of the bone. materials in which the sick stomach is Dr. Cadj's Condition Powders, are and then a bottle of some favorite remdy who will not be closely watched. All Mellicate cannot recover. VanWinkle wanting. It also tones up and just what a horse needs when in bad of theirs. We don't bother yoa with fled after tho occurrence and has not just the sick will be removed to the hospital strengthens the digestive organs and condition. Tonic, blood purifier and much reading but Dr. ask you to try a been apprehended. 10c trial Coldwell's Syrup and properly cared for. They are not food but Pepsin bottle ot vermifuge. makes them perfectly healthy. This is for constipation, medicine and the best in rise to put a stomach troubles 50c indicestion and "1 want you to say in the Climax for Maine Avengers. the rationale of its method of cure, as horse in prime condition. and $1 00 sizes. Price 25 me that your county judge and your niar3-lAtB. L. Middelton. There are many towns in Kentucky the doctorswould say. Sold by drug- sents per package. Major deserve the highest commenda- that can surpass Xicholasville in po- gists, price 10 cents to $1.00 per bottle. As tho result of a shooting afTray in tion for their prompt, intelligent and ef- pulation, electric lights and other Uncle Sam is now in charge of the a Baptist meeting in Illinois there may ficient services in providing for the sup- modern improvements, but not one small-pocases atMiddlesborough. be a lynching. pression of the disease. It is a pleas- can claim a military company of ure to do business with these officials, twenty-on- e There is no joy in this world equal to pretty girls who arc drilChildren and adultB tortured by and I desire further to say that the phy- led twice a week under the director- the happiness of motherhood. A woburns, scalds, injuries, eczema, or skin airs. n. H. Colyer is now prepared to furnish sicians are all working aLoulder to ship of Capt. Lena Phillips, daughter man's health is her dearestiPOSBession. diseases may secure instant relief by you tno very highest production of Plymouth uck Jkks at 50c for 15. JusthaUwhatjoup3T shoulder and doing every tlnng to pre- of our popular county judge. The Good looks, good times, happiness, love using Do Witt's Witch Hazl Silve. It for inferior eggs Orders filled promptly and vent a spread oi the malady, I could Courier-Journand its continuance, depend on her is the great Pile remedy. Douglas & delivered to any firm In Richmon id. of Sunday last con itespeciruiiv, not desire better provisions for the pro- tianed a picture of these young ladies health. Almost all of the sickness of mch23-3MRS fi. H. COLYER. Wines Druggist. of the community under the cirtection in costume, with their swords, who women is traceable directly feminine. situation at Middles- - AGENTS WANTED! The small-pocumstances, and, now that tho hospitals looked as warlike as the famous John Troubles of this kind are often neglected &borough continues to grow worse. are ready for occupancy and a physician Morgan band. The following is a because a very natural and proper mod tucky for a splendid selling article, and all agency mnst write who really deire a in charge, there need be no unnecessary list of the membors: Capt. Lena estly keeps women away from physiat once to Mrs. Ella Walxbb. Silver CreeV, Now is The Time Ky., Branch Office Manager for Miss Modelle alarm as to the spread of the disease. Phillips; First Sorgent, Claude Wil-hoi- t; cians, whose insistence upon examiua mch23-2To purify your blood with Hood's Sar- Miller, ot Indiana "In Kentucky no place can establish a h Second Sergeant, Sallie Wilds; tion and local treatment is gonerally as saparilla. March, April,fMay are the quarantine without the authority of the Privates Fannie May Miles, Mary useless as it is common. Dr. Pierce's trving months of the year." At this LOUIS L. LANDMAN, State Board of Health, and I go to M. D.. Noland, Mary Hughes Elizabeth Favorite Piescription will do more for season your blood is loaded with impuriand Versailles to consult Hoover, Emma Duncan, Grace Willis, them than 99 doctors in 100. It will ties which have accumulated during tho winter, and these impurities thorn about raising the quarantines Pearl Masters, Jessie Ruthford. Millie do more than the hundredth doctors be immediately expelled. H cod'smust SarOPTICIAN, -there. Hemphill, Bertha Woodcrd, Stella can unless he prescribes it. It is a pre- saparilla is the One True Blood Purifier. 'Other cases are likely to develop, in scription of Dr. B. V. Pierce, who for It is the medicine with has accom- No. 503 West Ninth 8treet, Cincinnati. Ohio, 1 consequence of exposure to the dis- West,"Rebecca Cotton, Irma Young, 30 years has been chief consulting physi- plished many thousands of rainarkable will be at the Glyndon Hotel, Richmond, Ky., K? Lelia Scott, Holen Dickey, Mary cures of all blood diseases. It; is what WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20tb, 1893, 1 ease, but as fast as this occurs they will cian of the World Dispensary aud In- the millions take in the spring' to build Chrisman, Bessie Young, and Lucy returning every second Wednesday of each be promptly sent to the hospital. up health and ward off sickness. Lillard The company has been chis valids' Hotel, at Buffalo, N. Y. W month. Glasses adjusted to all persons of de- imrO-l"I have given the railroads instruc- tened the ''Maine Avengers" and arc Send 21 one cent stamps to cocr cost feblE-lfectire vision at popular prices. v ,v . passentions to refuse to take colored ready at a moment's warning to help of mailing only, and get his ;;reat book. gers from. Richmond, on account of the ZZ of their native land The People's Common Seme Medical prsvalence of the disease among that protect the honor Adviser, absolutely fkee. It face to face with the Spanrace. This restriction will not be taken and stand J. R. Stone died suddenly at Paducah. communicating ish, eager to thrust their Jswords (aloff until all danger of though they be of wood) into the vitals disease to other communities has the Everybody Saya So. of the treacherous foe. passed. Cascarcts Candv Cathartic, the most wonp the "Governor Bradley has very generThe greatest includes tho less. Hood's derful medical dfscovcrv oftaste, age. gently refreshing to the art ously sent tents here for the physicians Sarsaparilla cures scrofula, and may and and positively on kidneys, liver and liowels, and guards, and will send more if he depended upon to cure boils and cleansing tho entire system, 'dispel colds, euro headache, fever, habitual constipation needed. pimples. It and biliousness. Please- M) and try a box buy 10, 2T, of C. C. C. ccnu. Boldand "One of the cottages is for the use which went to guaranteed to euro by nil druggists. Tho senatorial party of white cases should there bo any. unsraeeful one wil1 by returned to Key West. In this connection say that tho tents Cuba has Plymouth Rock Eggs For Sale. What pleasure is there in life with a Mr. M.F. Arhuckle will soil Barred are io be as comfortable as a bedroom at heme, and should our citizens by hoadache, constipation and biliousness? Plymouth Rock eggs at SI. per setting chance take the disease they need not Thousands pxperience them who could of 15, roosters this season from Sid Condread being placed in them. become perfectly healthy by using can LadjT Corset; once. ger Ind., and 12. B. Thompson N YK -- Dr. Smock will remain in charge and Littlo Early Risers, the famous stock all sold. For Indian, game eggs, will co operate with your Boards of little pills. Douglas & Wines Druggist. at same price, apply to Mrs. W. A. ArHealth." came for both. Work on the big guna on the Pacific huckle. Mrs. MVF.Arbucklo, ASSNT' As I am going to leave the city coast is being pushddT " .3', Silyer Creek, . mv accounts must be collected at once, "WjasJf bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, J or same will be put in tho hands of an dfepo Cwuntyi iandy cathartic, cure EU.ar&nteod, 10, 25c. offlceHfor collection. Ir means to be correctly dressed and Derfectlv fitted. Where, outside of our store, will you get the careful attention we give you as to every detail being absolutely right? - AD- 4 csvr Nite bleached table damask. 23c per yard; good red table cloth, full width, fast colors, 17c per yard; good outing e cloth will be sold at 4c per yard; full black cotton, clear of dressing, only 4$c per yaru; Green Ticket e Sea Island cotLonsdale, only fie 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- What we have left in underwear will be sold at the following prices: Children's 10c vests at 5c; 15c vests at 10c; 25c vests at 15c; ladies' 25c vests at 15c; 40c vests at 24c; 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 be closed at one price, 4')c; drawers to match all vests, same price as vests. In this sale you can get good men's hats at 39c; real fur hats for men, nobby and stylish, at 69c. You can save from $1 to $4 on a trunk by taking advantage of this cut price sale. Men's suits and parts of suits will be sold in this sale at ridiculously low prices. Children's knoe 6tiits and youths and boys' long-pasuits have also folt the effect of our cold steel. Even before going to print people are staring in amazement at the low prices we are naming on goods and as this sale will be thoroughly advertised, our house will he jammed w ith eager purshasers. So get in line and follow the crowd. Get your plate of the peaches and cream we are giving away before it is all gone. r9 WE are just as much interested in havinif ; Mj s v Tlmnking you before hand for your patronage of this sale and for your liberal past favors, we are very respectfully, - mm to-da- y. here-quire- OLDHAM & COMPANY E33 )mwk ! Mi ai 1 " Kttg 7 Vf W 7 milk " - y eacaaaceao eoaooaa : osa .- . Everybody Knows :...ao -- o 8 0 9 s Planters .09 IOO as Q6 Our Spring Stock is now open and ready for inspection. - Nine-tent- hs not-digesti- Salt-Rheu- m m We are busy arranging our stock and making low prices on everything. Come and look at them. PRICE WAY DOWN Suits for Everybody. Hats for Everybody. Shoes for Everybody. . m x Eggs for Sale! m I n 1911 (ji al Furnishings' fot Everybody. ,. C3 x first-cla- ss . "3BI mrni w T Nicli-olasvil- le I W0 y. 11 .li. "'jjl' -- jig jg tIt 'r, -- v aalHFSK? I 1 jiffl Mfl I . J- y , T nlgr Xx WN j B iK VHBilK ffH -- 'T Zfi rz: at - - ?" KiiS H m Z 7 V m Sln aBPT .TfAfl Z , S 1 ,'fl .4'-- ll - ..".v0?W? .? 3 IS m ifl H Ja cas-a- nt to-da- WlBPjar y5i,;, ijyjy',ii) 1 Nrrtikj"' T I 1 1 9 1 De-Wit- t's ParANJIlKUi Jl Post-offi- ce KHJiite-a- t P. P. Abjceb, BiySiyr. .'eb23lm'J f, .Kentucky,. , COR5tT5 4Z' v w o Ufa1? " ? ft?"' 'TbCWMw.lfcrwiWw.lkaMr.Tklbar. I . WT" ,. - ' irn . t '' a ?? It T. Jfehu fp ", - ' ' iiBHilitoto! I, i.iXdWMttHyirtfei,, K&t, l Wanted-- An Idea Protect yoor Ideas: ther mar brief 70a wealth. Wrtte JOHN tVXDSZRBtTRN & CO Patent Attor. Ben. Waahlnrtttn. D. (X. for their ti.SU prlxo offer ad tut of two hundred lnreaUosa wanted. SiSlj MM lve & tkimli Mmy. 1, 1837. J iS? GNB BNJOY Both thd method and results THIRTY FIGHTING BILLIONS. THE BILL. 11 TNevr Y'ork Sun. In Effect March DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. Frankfor- tArr Elkhorn . .. ' Switxer. Stamping Ground Duvalls Georgetown. Georgetown. Ire Newtown. . Arr Centreville- Bliiabeth . Paris WEST BOUND. a.m. 6 30 6 45 6 fil 7 02 p.m. .... 3 00 3 20 3 32 S 43 3 58 4 15 4 30 4 42 4 52 4 58 5 10 08 ....77 20 when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, &. p.m. Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys530 920 Lve Paris 5 42 tem effectually, dispels colds, head. . 832 Arr Eiiiabeth 5 48 938 Centreville .. 9 48 558 aches and fevers and cures habitual Newtown 6 10 10 00 Georgetown Syrup of Figs is the 10 40 630 constipation. Lve Georgetown 6 41 only remedy of its kind ever pro-- 10 58 Arr Duvalls. 6 48 .11 10 " btampmg Ground .11 25 659 duced, pleasing to the taste and acS witter 7 06 .1135 BUhorn.. . ceptable to the stomach, prompt in 11 55 7 20 Frankfort. its action and truly beneficial in its C. D. BERCAW, Gcn'l Pass. Agent effects, prepared only from the most Supt. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l healthy and agreeable substances, its Frankfort, Kentucky. many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most Nut Railway. popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 cent bottles by all leading drugTime of Trains at Winchester, Ky. gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will proWEST BOUND. cure it promptly for any one who 6 55 am ML Sterling and Lexington Accom 7 30 am Eastern Express for Louisville wishes to try it Do not accept any 3 00 pm Morchead and Lexington Accom. 4 50 pm New York Limited F. F. V substitute. 8 12 8 22 8 28 8 40 . 8 00 kmh m EAST BOUND. 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom. 11 58 am New York Limited F. F. V. 6 30 pm Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom 9 23 pm Washington Express Accommodation trains run daily except Sfin-JaOther trains run daily. Through sleeping snd dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reservations K. HOOD, Agent L.iN.Ry., call on or write Richmond, Ey. or G SORGE W. BARNEY, P. A. C. A O. Ry.. Lexington, Ky. D. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. KEW YORK, IDUISYIUE. XT. jan5-ly ICf. v. LOUISVILLE EASIER THAI EIER. The present schedule of Illinois Central Rail-roiin addition to hortcning the time to M mphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier Taan Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas. Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California The uplcndid train service ith 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 d. T . LOUISVILLE, KY. Tho assessed valuation of real anil personal property in the United States at the time of the Eleventh census was $25,473,173,418. This is an understatement of the wealth of the nation in 1890, but tho figures are sufficiently impressive. Between 1SS0 nnd 1890 the total asses Bed valuation had increased from to $25,473,173,418, and the assessed valuation per capita had increased from $341.83 to $40S.1S. The most conservative estimate of the assessed valuation in 189S will not iall below $30,000,000,000. The present valuation probably exceeds that sum by two billions of dollar. What, then, is the emergency appropriation of $50,000,000, voted la6t week for the national defence, and now available for us by President McKinley? It is a Uix of lets than of one per cent upon tho nation's resources. Kow, in matters merely of local improvement, not of national n and and indebtedness up to 10 per cent ot total valuation are well within the limit of prudence set by financial experience. Ten per cent of thirty billion dollars is three thousand million dollars; and three thousand million dollars make sixty times the amount of tho initial appropriation voted for defensive purposes last week by a patriotic Congress. The present interest-bearinational debt is $847,000,000. That is to say, Congress might go on appropriating a Meek fore very week during the rest of the year 1S9S before it had imposed upon our national wealth a burden of bonded indebtedness corresponding to the limit set by the charter of the city of New York upon bonding for local improvements. And after the 10 per cent, limit bad been reached? "Well, then it might be time to begin to talk about extraordinary outlays and pecuniary sacrifices for the sake of the nation's safety and one-sixt- h evpendi-tuieandang honor. These thirty billions are lighting bil- According to the latest figures which can be obtained, the number of pupils eniolled in the United States amounts to 14,379,07S, or nearly 'JO per cent, of tho nation's population. Out of 400,325 teachers employed, 9 Gentlemen's Cafe on are males and 209,950 females. The Office floor. Tl is TV Trot Ver Ct4t U faHfok. Thurs- average monthly salary paid to male MUSIC the average monthly day and Sunday teachers is Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip lo the territory ineatHMcd will do well to comevening. salary paid to female teacheis is $40 24. municate with K. 11. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, LoeUvilIc, Ky. The number of public bchoolhouses in THC3. A. MULLIGAN, Wm. Alpord Kellond, A G. P. A., the United States is 240,90S, aud the Lonisville, Ky. dwl-l- v MANAGER. A. II. Haxsos. G P. A., value of all the public school property dec29-lChicago. 111. aggregates $455,94&,104. The cost of public school education in the United R. I, B. States per pupil is $1S.92 aunuually. These figures do not iuclude private Time Table No. 31. Taking Effect Sunschools nor higher institutions of learnday, December 5, 189G. ing which are sustained without the "V aid of State appropriations. Evidently 1st Class. 2d Class. FOR BAST BOUND. this country is making rapid educaNo. 1 No. 3 No. 9 Ex Sun Ex Sun fc.x bun Tire, Vb, onvado tional progress; although, of course, A. M. P.M. A.M. there is still marked room for improveawo. 3xc&.ctA bus.... 10 22 Vers lilies 652 525 11 02 ment. 6 48 Nkhsiasville 735 130,-20y The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Yestibuiled trains from Liuisville to the South, also a weekly Pullman Tourltt Car lor California, 9 25pm Le Louisville every Thursday lfcara Arr Memphis Friday. ..7 45pni Arr New Orleans Fndaj lAe NewOrleansFridaj .8 20pm S 45am Arr Houston Saturday 4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday Elpaso Sunday 2 45pm Arr 9 2Hpm Arr Los Angeles Monday 5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday territory. , European Plus. lions, if fighting there must be; and in any consideration ot the nation's capacity to prosecute and endure war they constitute a princii nl lartor. NUMBER OF PUPILS ENROLLED. The Ladies' Restaurant is the finest in the citj Every convenience for ladies spending' the Any in the city. R. N. & R. I Ms kw r I I I Valley View Miltfea Rietaaond. 11 11 26 41 13 16 8 00 8 13 Unieo Meberiey. Urasfieht Paneta Irvine west boo.vb. Panola BrassfieW Moberley Union Richmond.. Million. Valley View Nichelasville Versailles " P. SI. 12 12 12 12 1 11 58 830 820 S50 9 15 10 60 10 66 10 25 Four of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. ""--f- A TRUST COMPANY FOR HARR0DSBURG. 30 35 85 1X40 11 35 No. 2 No. 4 No. 6 So. It) Hx Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun A. M. P. M. 1 1 1 Irvine ... 25 50 P. M. ... A. M 11 55 1 05 1 20 1 45 In the Prudental, you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident e again give the best We Insurance will not transact business with irresponsible companies. 261 Second Street, Up Je3-l- y Stairs. 2 6 05 6 29 6 31 6 58 7 50 55 09 2 12 guardian, administrator, executor, trus3 25 4 15 THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE 3 50 5 60 tee, etc., insuring all beneficiaries, 6 35 4 40 whose interest they represent, a speedy A. M. P. M. P. M. P. ill' Long Troubles and Consumpton The proCan bo settlement of their affairs All trains connect with Louisville Southern jectors of this enterprise are C. D. Cured. trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O.&T. P. trains Thompson, F P. James, YV. B. Davis, to and from Cincinnati. B. YV. Allin, Jr., aud Jno YV. Hughes, J. W. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist W. n ADAMS. Superintendent and the business abilty and integrity of Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. the gentlemen named gives the commuJR. The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. nity assurance of a successful adminisSlocum, demonstrating his discovery of a re- tration of the affairs of the concern. liable and absolute cure for Consumption K. (J. DIVISION. (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, llarrodsburg Democrat. I 3 2 25 10 ... 2 16 3 50 .0.'.M. A number of local capitalists are organizing a Safety Vault and Trust Company here with a capital stock of $25,000. The banking laws prohibit mortgage loans, which inconveniences many who want to borrow in that way, but this trust company, which will have no banking features, can accommodate those w ho want to borrow on real estate. The company w ill also act as assignee, L. & T.n j!. E. Nov. 7, 1800. lv. Express for Cincinnati, a. m. Paris, Mavsville, Win chester ami Lexington bY-'mail U Effect AllV P. M. 7.20 Cincinnati. PirN, Mayt- r- - m. villi, h inch ester and 2.00 !cxiiii:ton mail. viniTston, London, Jel . 1.05 l'ineville. Tas line fnr Livingston, 11.4.1 iinion,.;cllieo.kuoxville a. i. F:ut line for Cincinnati, 1 iii-o- 1.00 12 55 A. M. 3 19 P. M. p m. :. 19 1.15 iris WinclieMt-rl.'.wlanil. Lancaeter . -- 7:30 (.Nauloni. :05 For fH'tlicr particulars ca'l on or address, Telephone 78. KUI'Ett HOOD. Agf. 'I! wlniiil, Laudator ami Miifoni. and 11.43 A. M. 10:10 a EAiTii..iiNn: I.t IHiiHvlIln Ar ShfttivtHlr. Ar I a'rnm'li Ar VfikalllrN Ar wrsriHiiiMi. f.v 1'tiHKUwi Ar Wiail'.K. Ar SOUTHERN II N KKNTUCKY I throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting away, will send TIIU.EE FItEE BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for vears, has produced results as benificial to humanitv as can be claimed by anv modern genius. His assertion that lung tronbles and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," n filed in his and European laboratories in thousand join those cured in all parts of the world. Medical exper concede that bronchial, chest and lung o i jles lead to Consumption, which, nnintirrjpted, means speedy and certain death. Simplv write to T. A. Slocum, M. C, 98 Pine street. New YorK. giving postofiice and express address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent Suffeters should take instant advantage of his generous proiosition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer in the Hicumond Climax. Jly"-l- y Ame-ncat-- The "Weed, the Louisville tobacco trade paper, says: Very conservative men of the trade estimate that Louisville will not receive more than 00,000 hogsheads of tobacco this year. This presents a rather shcut crop comparing this year with the average, when we received from 100,000 to 120,000 hhds. An estimate gotten by a member of the trade, which can be taken as an average for the counties not named, placed the unsold crop that will come to thib market as follows: Shelby, 1,224 hogsheads; Clark, G59; Fayette, 800; Scott, 400; Hart. GOO; Montgomery. 050; Washington. 400; Hath, 23S; Jeswrnine, 350; Mercer, 250; Trimble, 309; Woodford, 350, aud smaller counties in proportion. The YVin. Tarr land in Bourbon county amounting- to 1,740 acres was sold last week bv Ids assignees for a of S120.3S2.30, says the Blue Grafs Clipper. It was sold in bix tracts, at prices ranging from $51 to $75 an acre. One of the purchasers paid cash in full and several others have announced their intention of payinc cash. ti-t- i;ffiij.w.ty.;. "5 al " Rr tarn Klimlula in offset Urn. 5. 1807. I No. l. I y o. 5. I Ka 3. 7.4.'am 4 ttpm 7 4.tpm 0 14am 5.40jnn 0 OJpm 10.011am (ISIpml 9 fiOptn 11121am 6.52pm!l0 IWpm iH V&f . The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO. . ... . li Ar Shrlttttlilr-Ar ....... 2, 5 7.3)niTia35pia Nn. d "NaT!" Ta5pm 4.40am ftftkim 4.4fipm a.lltam No. ft. 250,000 Cured. WECURESTRiCTURE . I lwUvlllr ... No 1. ft Ifiaml SJWptn CUlara I0.aiam 7.30pin ?.27ain C K.2T.aiii 5. Illpnil 5.21am Train Cliali (Urx. aud crrj Krr Obkerva-lio- n men aro troubled with this disease many unconsciously. They may havo a smart- lug sensation, small, twisting stream, fharp cutting pains nt times, tligbt discharge, difficulty ia commencing, weak of nervous debility they havo Sl'lllC-TCIiE. AuwuMuua ui jjuuk aua mmuio-agc- u KArTrM)lINI. Nn IX No. IlTT STATIONS 4ir.pm 7 4SamLv LouUvil Ar r.i'l.ui mutuiniAr IimcbrgAr 7.2T.pm' 10 alam j Ar HurodNbgArl 4 .iin.ii luuiniAr iiurctn..Lv KAsnuiUKli. WZSTBOVSD. No. 7.3Cpm 1050am 5.05pm fLSQam 4.10pm 7.30am 4.0fpm 7.20am lilNa'l. Uon'tlctdoctorcrpcrimcnton Yj yon. ny cauing. ttrctcning, or tearing A you. 'ihiswillnotcnroyon.asitwillre- jrt turn, uur il. .MUlllUD XllKAT- - NalR.tNn:jlS. 4U"pm Ar Apm Ullm.Ar ShclbvilAr CMpin ia2lnm,Ar wim KATIUIUPCll. tNo. 1. i No. 5. 7 4jatn 4 (iT.iim 1 STATIONS. 7.4Tam Lv LouUvil wESTnonitp. No. l&ttNo 68 la.VJatnl 73(rpm 9.14am 5.Hpm 7Aipm 4.15pm 75am 3.23pm 7.05am lOUpm Vcrsllrt Ar i..nn i nuni . .. j.. :i. ir Ar Miawar At JlET absorbs tho stricture tissue; hencortraovesthoEtrictoropcrmancnllr. 1 1 can never return. No pain, no suffering, no detention from business by onr method. Thafceuslnmnftnrncfronf-tli- encd. Too nerves nro invigorated, and uio urns vi xnannoou return; The Chicago Breeders Gazette says: Rarely has there been such activity in the cattle trade. Our news columns have been taxed with reports of sales of nearly all varieties, and while the movement in the beef breeds has been especially heavy it is yet interesting to note more than the usual life in tho trade in the best dairy cattle. Not only has the range been making heavy demands on our stocks of registered breeds, but farmers all over the Central West seem to haveawakenedtothe fact Bucklen's Arnica Salve. that a return to breeding is indicated by The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. the present situation and are accordingly Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Saltltheum Fever supplying their herds with better sires. Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, ChilBIG TOBACCO SALE. blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay reCapt. Horace Means sold at the Ninth quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect Street House, in Louisville last week, satisfaction or money refunded. Price for Mr. C. S. Wilmott, of Sandersville 25 cents per box. For tale by Perry & this county, 1G hogsheads of tobacco at Thomas' Drugstore, Successors to YV. an average price of $15.83 bringing the lecl5-lG. White. sum of $2533.G1, for its owner. This The national Democ tobacco was raised on 10 acres of land racy, with its little hundred thousand and Mr. "Wilmott had notenantto divide votes in the election out of a total vote with, having cultivated it with his own of about fourteen millions, met in the hand.s It cost about $30 per acre to City of Brotherly Love on the 4th of bring it to the market and it netted him March to receive on bended knees a $233 per acre. Lixington Gazette. communication from the defunct Gro-vA thrill of terror is experienced Cleveland. Mr. Cleveland seems when u brassy cough of croup sounds to think because he was twice Presithrough the house at night. But the dent, and had an opportunity to rob the terror soon changep to relief after One American people by swindling bond Minute Cough Cure has been adminisdeals and disrupt the Democratic party, tered. Safe and harmless for children. that tho American people, and particu- Douglas & Wines Druggist. larly Democrats, love to be swindled, humbugged and robbed. He appears VERDICT SET ASIDE. to have forgotton that he was kicked out, spewed out and forever ostracised Last Friday Attorneys J. R. Morton at Chicago by the party he had be- and AV. S. Broston, of Lexington, aptrayed, and that the meritorious and peared in court here and asked that the patriotic conduct of the party in dealing judgment for $25,000 against the Lexwith the Stuffed Prophet has met with ington Argonaut aud J. Hull Davidson, universal approbation, and the party in favor of Miss Kitty Hanna. be set has grown more powerful every day aside. Tho lawyers claimed that as the since it performed such meritorious ser- Argonaut did not have a general circulavice as to bury a treacherous leader and tion in Mercer this court had no jurisa false triend. There is no UBfc of diction ; that if the paper was guilty of Cleveland's magnifying himself now be- libel, this suit should have been brougtit cause his party polled 133,424 votes at in Fayette, where the paper mostly cirthe last election. of this culates. Judge Saufley ordered the vast army are now supporting McKin-le- y verdict set aside. Harrodsburg Demo or crawling back into the Demo- crat. cratic party The only means that the JUST SO. defunct Statesman has of getting before the public now is to talk and write letLast week's paper may have suited ters, to be published only by tho Reyou, but thero are others it didn't suit; publican organs, to aggravate Democrats this week's issue may not please you, by reminding them what a traitor they but there are others whom it will elected President of the United States. please. Every issue of a newspaper reSilver ceives its share of praise and censure, generally at a ratio of about 1G ounces A HAPPY WOMAN of censure to 1 ounce of praise but the Writes to Dr. Hartman and Tells Him What editor quietly attends to his business, Makes Her So. says nothing and "saws wood." SomMrs. Lucy Lee. of Naples, Tex., had erset Reporter. almost come to the conclusion that the Rev. Anse Hatfield, was sent to blessing of health was no longer hers, and so when she regained it, her hap- the Legislature for tho purpose of securpiness was almost too great for words. ing the passage of a law, placing a bounty She writes as follows: "I am well now on fox and Vild cat scalps. It failed to and am enjoying pass, but tho Rev. Hatfield made a big good health, bet- fight. This is a sample argument: "If ter than ever you pay no bounty for fox scalps no one in my life. How happy I will kill the foxes; if no one will kill feel that I can them they will kill the chickens, and write and tell whar you have no chickens you have you this. I can- no preachers, and whar you have no not praise Po preacners, you have no religion or mor a too much. is the als." "Winchester Democrat. best medicine I This is tho way Bob Ingersoll defines have ever tried for that purpose; it relieved me from all it: "Love is the only bow in life's dark pain. I advised my neighbor to use cloud. It is the morning and evening for catarrh and star. It is the mother of art. the and Man of poet, patriot and philosopher. stomach trouble. It is the best in the world. I can do all my housework and It is the air and light of every heart, as I builder of every home, kindler of every not feel it. I can't praise hearth. Love is the magician, the enmediwould lake to; it is the greatest chanter, that changes worthless things cine there is in the world." Dr. Hartman receives many such let to joy, and makes right loyal, kings and ters as this every week. Some of them queens of common clay." have been gathered together" and pubA REi'ur.iiioAN just from Washinglished in book form. The book iscalled ton tells tho Stanford Journal that "Facts and Faces," and will be sent Senator Doboe gets very wrathy over five to any address by The tho newspaper references to his ignorDrug Manufacturing Company, Columance and stupidity, and the other day bus, Ohio. said with an oath: "I have 6.iw enough Sheriff Mai tin and his ten deputies, of this. I taken a course in college who shot into and killed and wounded a and came near graduating." number of striking miners at Hazelton, When setting out your trees, if the Pa., have been acquitted of the crime ground is poor and the subsoil compact. of murder. Referring to this the 0 o Messenger truly remarks: "The it will pay to dig it out two or three men who were shot were ignorant Poles spades deep and fill in with good soil. and Hungarians, and many of them When this is done once it is done for were shot in the back while running ever, and an occasional top dressing is from the guns, while Mar- all it will need while you live. tini; aud his fellow murderers were, while presumably peace oillcers, the There is no tools and agents of tthe coal barons. word so full The verdict of acquittal was a travesty of meaning on law and justice. In a free country and about which such tender and where every man has a guaranteed holy recollections cluster as that right to march on the highway, to ap- of " Mother " she who watched peal for redress from wrongs, to demand over our helpless infancy and guida betterment of his condititon, there ed our first tottering step. Yet can be no palliation for the offense of the life of every Expectant Mothbhenff Martin. Public opinion will er is beset with danger and all ef brand him a murderer, and his acquittal fort should be made to avoid it. so assists nature will but make another instance of the the change tak miscarriage of justice in a court of law." beef-produci- Tho Governor has on his desk tho law, but it is not known whether he will act upon it before adjournment or not. Tho bill is sweeping In its nature 'and provides that it shall bo unlawful for any person to sell, barter or loan or give, to make, fabricate or manufacture, or to have on his premisses, in his possession or under his control, a cigarette, whether made by hand or manufactuied, whether it be made of tobacco or other substance, whether it bo covered with paper or any other material. It shall be unlawful for any person to have on his premisses, in his posession or under his control any bubstanco or material, out of which any part of such cigarette could be made, with the intention that at any time such substance or material might becomo a factor of such cigarette. Any person who shall violate the law as set forth in the first paragraph of the act, or shall evade it by any trick, artifice or method whatever, shall, on conviction, ho lined not less than ten or more than one hundred dollars, or imprisoned in the county jail for not less than five nor more than fifty days, or both so fined and imprisoned in the discretion of the jury, and each violation or evasion of tho law shall be deemed a separate offense. The framer of the above bill should be given six months, twice in a soup house with a muzzle on. Paris Keporter. anti-cigaret- te ALL WOMEN Should know that the "Old Time" Eemedjr, Reported every Tuesday at noon by E. Deatherage & Co., Staple and Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. EGGS 0r to BUTTER-Cho- iee .w &3S wBk. r - iL w L- t 7c in trade. country, 2025c. BEESVAX-202- 5c. DRIED FRUIT Apples bright, 5c. WOOL Clear grease wool, 1820c; hurry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c. CHEESE-Country, SEED-$1.50$1- 10c. .G0. .50. TIMOTHY CLOVER BLUE GRASS SEED-Strip40 50c ; extra clean, 0075c ; fancy clean, pure seed, $1$1.35. BEANS $1 001.50 per bu. IRISH POTATOES-50c$1.- 25. SHOULDER MEAT 6c. BACON 710c. HAMS 810& SEED-$2.75$3- ped, IS tho best for Penile nTTnrtl nil Irregularities In Female Organs. Should bo Lite ana Dcrore iukuu ior miDie oi Planters Old Tine" Remedies havo stood the test lor twenty years. Chlld-Blrt- Made only by New Spencer Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. Perrv & Thomas, druggists, successors to W, G. White. decs-lyr 3 ij 25C. DEMAND E0R JCATTLE. All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Pain P11U. ,,,,,,..... semmiBs&Viii 777 50c. septs-i- y rvuuuioio.. , t I LLU ttKSj ma-- I nliM XjV OSSZlL. v t Ttflifc. u Hf, -- ry- fl3 "T'gHM tfS Q pl B3&D 'g!! f7"S B leW jLs B A JL JL sS JL w 2 q RtOI We have just received the largest line of 0' rn d 1 in,. iiuernnnts. unnRriueDr y Palmer-Buckn- '.01 IN RICHMOND, which we bought early before the tariff was put on ..! "I woolens and can give our customers the benefit of 30 per cent, on every avj A Hois - er article needed. 'I ' Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. Fit Guaranteed at from $10.00 up er m ...08 ...00 0 y. TTT"m"D UHiJJll WT71 A T? H iJILi.1 XU1 XJ A Yfl TT A TO JL U .i. 11 JL PRICES JL fe 384 NEVER OFFERED BEFORE i. saE32 if8 "r.ir.-j-i.ir- . Y-yy- yHT? TT ipfc y H JLJ TnE Oldest ?&'Jr3?ji&'j: mmAj. Clothier and .Furnisher ix Eichmoxd. Cb ui fl'.rJfWJ : : zKdjmfAzjz A ta.CitaB- z z rvAvViiisv: JUk riJ. :: rs.'ANsasovv: riflM4rffe :: o ILn.tr. iwy; M aAb .v dfibA4 -- : z? l.Xr.;r. .XWI'i prfto. 25I5yy7 lifeSASfi ,v Nine-tenth- s HE PAYS THE A W f HH III S U Ri SiVa Hsa B FREIGHT. . . . YOU rfiH H Bla rf1 PAY FOR THE . The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at privato sale; situated at DRINKS. Phone 3. VV WHITE'S - STATION, m specials Tc iy i Knight-Watchma- Second St. n. RICiniOND, KY. . 0id Gardner. r.1 Small wages and no incumbrance. Address, -- B liJ WM. MIDDLKTON, Union City, Ky. countj'. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., vithin a half mileof White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. d TERMS Sale will be made cash balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, address one-thir- on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well watered. There is no better land in Madison m ws This Week, An tor elemt line of the Xtw-es- t and Latest Patterns in stray A black 9 Geo. D. White, feb3-t- f White's Station. Ky. -12- 6-ECONOMIST bo-fo- re spotted sow came to my place, on Linden street, about Jannar is, ana nas since been lea Dy me. Owner can natc same by call- ing and paying all charges. feb9-t- f JOE BUSH. , 3 M 1 MMBUKGS AND LACES, ETC. SPECIAL Line WHITE GOODS in plain aud checked Indian Linens, Check Xansooks, Cheek and Striped Dimities, Percals, Ginghams, etc. Also an Elegant Line of Table Linens, ALL GRADES. fcYRUPINDIGESTION. PE1PSI ' CURES Checks, Steel and KubberStamps.Seal Presses. StcnclS, &c. J. F. V. DOKMAN CO.. 121 E. Fayctto St., CaltoM Md. Catalogue free c .PR. CALDWELL'S RANGES ru-n- Mau-a-li- n AGENTS to sell our rrintlns WANTED Vulcanlicrs, Hairgago and Key JMi fTl Pe-ru-- a-l- in in-spi- rer Pe-ru-- na FREE: $20.00 IN GOLD, Blcycte.dold Watch. Diamond WnSi or a scholarship in Draughon's Practical Business ir-- k College, Nashville, Tenn.,or 2. WUPIW Texarkana, Ter., or a scholmost any other reputable business colarship in lege or literary school in the U. S. can be secured by doing a little work at home for the Youths jcurnaL Advocate, an illustrated It is elevating in character, moral ia tcne, and especially interesting and profitable to young people, but read with interest and profit by people of all ages. Stories and other interesting matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. Agents wanted. Address Youths' Ad voca te Pub. Co., Nashville, Tcnn. Mention this paper.) r V V7U. fl 0 jm o r-- t WHITE & -- GIBSON, DiUingharn K?S'R5VfeW5 y b5 kv ' . SiiyjKiis'JsSi T. -- vvevv::U.1 xyvyv:A. taiuKHc&ifcHcKlV (Efta 4- Corner. iv-- y, TrVl fEffiaT(pTfe3! Lrf-ryi- j y t augl8-l- y Pe-ru-- LOUIS L. LANDMAN, M. D.. Roofing, Guttering and General DiVWdod MA'JAOBR. Q.QOs Job Work. No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, will bs at the Glyndon Hotel, Richmond, Ky., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9tb, 1897, wens-bor- returning every second Wednesday of each month. Glasses adjusted to all persons of defect ive vision at popular prices. f ebl6-ly. UlfflHElCl ONE OF TWO WAYS. Best $2.00 and $2.50 Ilouse in Louisville. aa &s V W ffig sk. sfac. .s$& $ 0 r & & MOTEL. tepitjfESl rach2 - 6m death-dealin- g n lr5 -- .ifciuwrjLcorgtn iv RTATIOXS. Lr Louisvll A wzsTuonsa "tNo. citNa 10.50ara 7.3Jpm llitn. aapm Lv Versllex II iriim 7JE.pro Ar McblvlU 1 Jf'pm tiMpm Ar Klchmnd Ar Irvine 1ukti' STATIOitK. &58am 3.50pm Lv 6.05am! S.25pm 1.25pm Lv Ar Ar 725am 4.40pm No.1. 'hattanooga.... ., liirmtnsham ltttfipm liSOpm Meridian u.aupm New Orleans. ...... 8.30am 8.30am Na l carries Free Chair car Louisville to Lexington, there connecting with Solid Vesti-bu- lr Train carrying Iullman Sleeping Car to Jacksonville via Chattanooga; also to New Or, L Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Lv Ar Ar Ar Larlnctun Savannah.... Macon i.trkHonvlHe Knntvlllc Aslievillc . ....... laSoam 1035pm 7.45am Sal: 7.45piQ Thoajandscf your.g and miJdlc-ag- c " ving mcir scxuci visor ana Ka roea aro continually rapped by ffjl vitality this dis- case. They are frequently unconscious i cakness. I anatnral Direhargei, Fail-s lag Jlanhood. . Poor Mem- a tirr. lrntabilityLiit tune famarticg Sen- x.rcs. wiin oarr rirfif-;- . aiion. ounKcn Ncn-oasne- WECURE6LEE1! M One's physical feelings, like the faithful f setter, search and point out plainly the YRUP PEPSIll CURES CONSTIPATION.!" j.v. t;.ijA Mother's a u's risi &i 3S rd ........... Jacksonville ... Chatlanoosa Atlanta ... 7.10pm 7.45am i.Sfcm 1.15pm 5.00am 0.10am &L55pni; 8.00am iu.opm 1.10pm 1.05am 8.45am 0.10pm Kl.Sam Weak Bark. General Dcprcsjioc. Lack 75 fchranken . i Aiauiuon, Varieoeclo. -- 'irr mi RTTtifrriTHu . J Y3 ,...i. . ?'r?y:." 3 c. - Jf-- T r blciallsts.wbohaomadealifostudyof I.W fcSj ba.cjcvo uuu I. ttilulT wvivo tv uiiuriuicub uil JOII. nonsuit - fl trl uiuuu',cu-;- - r 41 Diseawsofilenand Women. OarNKWl .J METHOD TitHATMKKT wiU posi- - IU iuxo juu. una inousanii ooiiars K to- - a cjse wo nccept lor treatment and i Aermsinoucratoijracure. ti rn.7 f IjjjM f'M H CURES ES,'f vJ & GUARANTEED H r r'Ti .Tlv,?Tirt2.f.Pa crei KMISSiONS. viiwLTnjtLill. SYPHILIS. uLKET leans. liS.KinNKYnndBLAnr)EliDiisfr carries Pullman Sleeper Louisville to Chattanooga, also Lexington to Jacksonville la Hot Springs, .AMievlllc and Pullman Unioa Sleeper Lexington lo New Orleans, t Dally except Sunday. a-- Whmox. P.t T.A.. P.tT.A.. LoulsviUe, Ky. Lexington, Ky. W. H. Greth. Gen. SupV 3. M.Cmjp,T. M "Washington, D. C "v7LShiagtoa.D.C. W.a,TbwcG.PU WJCH.TATLOBJl.aPA. TfHklif(H.A C LaaUvtVltL Vm. : No. 3 Kennedys Kergan TEEATMENTr"' "" JDE2S. COVKrn.TATTnw fubp nnnrc nnnbln " call, writ for """ 3i 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI. O. aucIS-l-y fact of disease or health. If a man is not feeling; well and vigorous if he is losing flesh and vitality, if he is listless, nervous, sleepless, he certainly is not welL The down hill toad from health to sickness is smooth and declines rapidly. At the first intimation of disease, the wise man takes a pure, simple vegetable tonic. It puts his digestion into good active order and that puts the rest of his' body m order. The medicine that will do this is a medicine that is good to take any trouble of the blood, the digestion, in or the respiration, no matter how serious it may have become. me medicine to take 15 Dr. PiVrp. golden Medical Discovery. It is a remark- auic remedy, jr cures dtssases in a periccay natural way, without the use of B.iuaKarugs. ii cures Dy helping Nature. It has a peculiar tonic effect on the lining membranes of the stomach and bowels. By putting these membranes into healthy condition, stimulating the iiecretion of the various digestive jaices and furnishing to the blood the proper purifjing properties, it reaches out over the whole body and drives disease-germ- s before it into usual excretory channels. It builds the up firm muscular flesh, makes the skin and the eyes bright Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery has been found wonderfully efficacious in the treatment of skin distases ecaema, tetter, erysipelas, comU rnon nimnles or lilnt4ua -from . salt-rheu- uiui-f- "t;s ,- Many peoplo aro surprised to learn that milk, which is a liquid, has a larger proportion of solid contents than have many articles of food. Milk averages 85 per cent, of solid matter, of which a considerable part is albumen. It is this which coagulates with heat, and 6t.il! more when rennet is used, Potatoes aro SO per cent, moisture. though when the potato is cooked tho starch in it expands, making it seem much heartier food than it is. The 6olid of the potato is mainly starch. That of milk is divided between caseine, butter fats and BUgar, the last of which is found iu whey, which even though it be sour, shows by that fact that it has had some sugar in it. Journal of Ag riculture. Bobert T. Ford, a wealthy New Yorker, has purchased "Escondida," the CLiy homestead in .Bourbon county, I lor $So,000. 'Xhe place contains 775 acres, and the sale is the biggest land transaction in Bourbon county for years. iue untbti vupperi vt dread, suffering or gloomy forebodings, to the hour when- - she experiences the joy of Motherhood. Its use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child, and she is found stronger after than before confinement in short, it "makes Childbirth natural and easy." as so many have said. Don't be persuaded to use anything but place that Expectant Mother is enabled to look forward without the ing The bladder was created for one purPrico List of Outnta to pose, namely, a receptacle for the urine, Co., 121 E. Fnyctto St., BalUnore, and as such it is not liable to any form Aid., U.3.A. CataJoguo free ot disease except by one or two ways. The firs:; way is from imperfect action of the kidaeys. The second way is from careless local treatment of other diseases. I . CEI3F CATJS3. I have rented for 1838 the several houses adUnhef Ithy urine from unhealthy kidOF LEXIHGTOH, KY. vertised by me last December, but have now four or five other nice cottages, well located neys is the chief cause of bladder and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at troubles. So the womb, like the bladmy office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, with Stephen D. Parrish, Attorney-at-Lader, was created for one purpose, and if Pur ?,an 1S a. new application of an old principle, and is not doctored too much is not liable to OUR FLORIDA H. PARRISH, " based jan26-t- f Attorney and Agent. weakness or disease, except in rare cases. ance companies, covering a upon the actual experience of successful life insurperiod of over 200 years. The same principles govern It is situated back of and very close to both, only W f ,)ay vrliilcs you LIVE. Who can think WanletS-- fln ot some simple the bladder, therefore any pain, disease TH EY pav when you DIE. J. F. Y. Dorrian rcado easy Manufactnrinir Kubbcr Stamps. Send Sor THEs. Read This Idea Southern oiual Investment Co PLAN iuuig.io paienw Protect your Ideas; they may brln you wealth. or inconvenience manifested in the kidv,i.o jnn ifbuuLAUuiui c KiJ. Patent Attor. neys, D. Cfor their 4100 prize offer back, bladder or urinary passage is seTS. Wasblnston. and list ot two hundred Inventions wanted. UE0. Of Slielbj-ville, W E otrer the INVESTMENT feature". TH E Y protect in case of DEATH. Y. KIIjKY 1 ygotiid Wright's Celerv Capsules- Shelbyville, Ky., May 20, '90. To Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: Gents I have purchased a box of Wright's Colery Capsules from G. U. Middelton, druggist, and used them for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation and found that they nave mo immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Ky., Recommends ntlDlU , Yours very truly, 9 ' Geo. W. Rilev. "3Iy wife suffered more in ten minutes with either of her other two children than she did altogether with her last, bavin? previously used four bottles of 'Mother's Friend.' It is a blessing to anyone expecting to become a MOTHER," says a customer. Hendeeso.n Dale, Carmi, Illinois. Of DrogsUta at HX0, or sent by orprefs on Mceipt or ptle. Write for book eoBtalalne testimonial MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY ME A SVSAM AJAX CUBE iP ... .ZCA'erroiM X)l,rajM Falllne Mem orr, Impotencr. SUepleMnow. eta, ennjej I t7 .loasa or othor Iimm .ml t.-ii.-. TOrtiiro Loot VltaUtj in old or joane.imd at a man for ttndy, banlnecs or mornare. Tfcsre in no reason why a man should die to reap the benefit of his kidney qr bladder trouble. The mild investment and the tixtraordinaryTeffect of Dr Kil J2"70 for eTer doliar Pa!d yet we assume an obligation less K aliTrasS" ' J assnm years by the leading lL'e "inlarai mer s Swiimj-Koothe irreat kidney and thnn companies onimellc bladder rt'inedy, is soon realized. If you ot the need a medicine you should havo the OUR MISSION. pJsMl best. AUlruggists fifty cents and one dollar. Yjou may have a Bample bottle .. Jot IS lO CinPlt tno Mnnf fr A Anf same or greater or les-to be de- and pamphlet, both sent free by mail, rived, audthof benefits for an equal enjoyed cspenditnre.byconsidering tne adtama advantages may be during life the one malrins tie investment. upon recjipt of three stampSto NOTHING SUCGEEBS LIKE SUCCESS. cover cosjj of postage on tho .bottle. Mention the Cumax and send your ad dress to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binjihamtoh, ii. 1. Ijhe proprietors of this paper guarnuteqjthe genuineness of this offer. ; ns-Md often, by mistake, attributed to female ritca weakness or womb trouble of some sort. The error is easily made and may be as easily avjided. To find out correctly, set your urine aside for twenty-fokill tt?S22 Hours; alsediraent or settling indicates ur Withns,a den- - INSURANCS k?lUh"aiSTi?n Ut IS A LAW AVERAGE. f a thUSand d?ia5- -e 3re oaso many policies. They t, ot,fV?nU i -- ? two-cen- t. laandincrn in tlma. l'hf.fpna). hvara lmm.JU. mentand effects n nriRR wam. nit .kA n.r t OR NO PAY. Mt upoa hailni the canine Ajax Tablets Ther caTOcoredtnouaandaandiilllcBraraa. WeKiTsapoa-itir- o Wis. vritton iraantea to effect a core CA At "i vvvrovx- reBu u clobt. w i Wiqat l&lcpn bedWbtting cured Mrs. B.M. 1 Others Make Money. Why Not You? ROWAN, Milwaukee, BvehS.Hr mnw by . tta's CoPoy ly ministers, eJMTBes S men.mecfcaBicrt-- Ia the investment of baakers. lawyers merrhant. doctors, railroad tact, men of oaMBeaa saSa"ty ia eTery TocaUoa of Ufe is an rMac or the senadseeB of onr system. Ecnd far eal HtersHire givtsg ptan ia full. and Talaable lnformotlaa for all Mothers, Tlw SiCeU Better a5-l-y Co., itlMU, G. 4) fre. tEA.COLDmOKE.DAY. iTeJBroso Quinine Tahleia? AU me moagy u n. fails to Cars, ?orsale is 3ilekond, Ky., SCwudvs. " t Hana S DrngMiilii au jr "WT. s a. WiHe, DragBtot,laA-- I J. "" Mrsti A. T. Million, Local Agent, .. j." : ir, li- i J 41 - i . ' -- , - t ci fiL i :6 Q ' " . ir ' 1