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Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Payette county, escond Monday. MADISON COUNTY, Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and dellcloas. KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, L898. NUMBEE 43. Iff m H At Four Score. 1 Miles' Nervine Restores Health Stanford, Lincoln county, second day. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monlilon-day. Danville, Boyle county, third Moi.day. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, ;hird Monday. Iff iJraBi' 0 wtdthoiath I J vJOass. Winchester, Monday: Vereiiillea,-woodford Clark county, fourth Monday. WBITTKV FOR TH8 CLIMAX. county, fourth BUCK CREEK CRANKLETS, COUNTY. FROM ESFILL -- CLE EZEKIEL OBEAR, assessor and tujiccior. ieverly. Mass., who has Ilfn riin My p- - ' lis KestoraUvo Nervine Las dono a al of good. ri,. and nervosa heart trouble. . d feci weary and used up in tho raorn- d no ambition and my work seemed a A friend recommended Dr. Miles .. and I purchased a bottle under as I I' i.fully,had tried so many remedies un- I thought It no use. Hut It r o restful sleep, a good f appetite and V i me to energetic health. It is a f v . I f f food medicine, and I will gladly write Inquiring, full narticnlarsof ry experience" Miles' Ecmedles --t by all drug-- u dcr a positive ctc, first bottle 's or money re- gS. Restores j el Book on dls--i f the heart and free. Address. MILES MEDICAIj CO, Elkhart. Ind. nmt. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. Arr0RK3Y3. p IV. MILLER. Attoeset-at-La- Hi - hmoxd, - - Kevtockt. next door to feb3-l- y f t in the Burnam Building, r s National Bank. A TTOKN E W, 'It 'HMOXD, c KEXTUCKY. over Taylor's Hani ware store, op-- i (Vurt House, on Main Street. HOGG, A - 1' r. TTORNEY - A T LA W. . iimond, u - Kentucky. 31-3- 0 e Xo. 13 First St, up stairs. .1 c &D M. CHENAULT, R ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kextucky. HMOXD, 'ire on Second street, over - Cb.cn- - grocery. rSTSICIAltS. Ml. JOHX M.FOSTER, . sm xn. 'I hnae at ofiVce DU. h H. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, iimond. ... ... Kentucky V and residence. Kentucky. Sec-17- 'rt la the Joe Colin, building, iS and treet, orer Wnuc old drucstore. - f (HAS. HOOKER, ETERINA R Y SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. T 1. Iimond, Ky. nnary Dentitry and Sterility a Specialty. Office up stairs, over store recently acctt- -i t by Richmond Harness Co . Kast Main St., apr7-l- y -- If. C. T K . Medicine and Surgerr. flice Collins Bnildinc, MainStreet. ----- JASPJSB, M. V cphone nt residence (the Cnrr Broadway. place) on hmoxd, Kentucky. G. W. EVANS, M. D., PlIYSICIAX AXD SUEGEOX, Richmond. - - - - Kextucky. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, and residence on Second Street Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond. ce DENTAL STTEGSEY. "Dr. "Oa.eTvYuv& - .oisou, source of no little enjoyraeut. I v;ent via Little Rock, Panola and Frog Town, the latter of which I noted in my diary as the City of Magnificent Distances, euggested by the ol" its superb public edifices, splendid, platial residences and mercantile establishments. By the courtesy cf a resident who measures all terrestial distances from Frog Town, as a center, aud by the assistance of a pair of excellent bifocals, I was enabled to catch at both long and short range the multi tudinous attractions of this seemingly overlooked City of the Occident. The voluminous and patient Collins-- whose monumental Histoiy of Kentucky is the delight of every school boy, died oblivious even of its existence. Hiiilo-ria- n Z. F. Smith, aided by the accuciu lated data and statistic, of a centurv, knew not its geographical position tud importance. The genius of the gifned O'Hara, Kentucky's sneeteit singer, found not here a theme for his muse. As the first chronicler of its existence and the feeble but faithful portrayei of its sublimities, I realize iudeed 1 have not lived in vain. Long live Frog Tov;n. Little Rock, a quiet, sleepy village, is situated on the souih bank of the historic Drowning Creek. The repulsive name of this stream is suggestive of some dire tragedy of former times, lis crystal waters I am iuformed afford nutritious brain food for the dwellers along its meanders, and a cool, imigorating retreat to a multitude ot urchins whn oppressed b the fervent heat of tie days. Little Kok sultry, is destined to endure, for it is founded upon a rock. Whatever the criuin of the name, rock seems to be the mest abundant element within its corporate limits. At Panola, a town of infinite expectations and huge possibilities, I was kindly pointed out the cozy and inviting resicitizen. dence of J. B. B,an Repairing thither, I was cordially received and made the welcome recipient of that generous hospitality which beg gars description, and can only be be stowed antl trulv appreciated by the native-borPanola, I Kentuckian. must confess, for me possessed no special attractions. It principally consists or a diminutive blacksmith shop, a modest church edifice, and pile of raiirord tie?. I was forcibly impressed as I contii.-ue- d my journey, even to within the gattfc of your city, of a manifest absence of that golden prosperity so graphically pictured by some of the campaign dis claimers of '90. The promises aud pre and politi dictions of the cian are seldom ever fully realized, and the ''dear people" are slow ly but surely awakening to the importance of doin? their own thinking in matters predictions are, as a rule, less expensive and far less disappointing in the end. "Let each be fully per suaded In his own mind." which obThe free turnpike in your county, seems to be tlu tains proper thing, but it lemains to be seen whether your roads can be maintained at their former standard of excellence or uot. I found the dirt roads of Madison county in splendid condition for travel, attributable in a large measure to free turnpikes. In my county, sad to relate, nothing is free unless it be "mountain dew," which is exempt at least from the burden of revenue taxation. From my home to Panola the roads were wretched, indeed, presentingat frequent intervals fathomless chasms in comparison with which the crater of Vesuvius there, not there, my would be, child." But thanks to the illustrious George of cherry tree notoriety (for it was he who first blessed his children with the patient and indefatigable dond mule carried mo key) my safely through without bruise or break, and this day finds me surrounded by sky-scrapi- recent trip to Richmond was a my own loved Cranklets in our humblo domicile in Buck Creek's sunny vale. Richmond has undoubtedly achieved commendable piogresa along more lines thai, one during the two last decades, and it is with a feeling of pride, I care not to disguise, that I note this advancement of the metropolis of rav na tive county, which, next to the home of my adoption, I cherish most tenderly. "While your Colonels have evidently multiplied in other than an iuveree ratio, and in the event of hostilities with the insolvent and treacherous Spaniard would amply suffice no doubt to command all the available fighting material at Uncle Sam's disposal, it is gratifying to observe how perfectly the JelTersonian simplicity aud geuuino hospitality of your people are preserved. To show no recognition of the royal manner in which the Climax welcomed and entertained me would not be in harmony with the character of the true Kentuckian. Had it not been for the subsequent discharge of that editorial torpedo and its consequent shock to my extremely sensitive nature, in reference to that little Buck Creek' episode of years ago, and for which I have long bince sought and found abundant pardon, the memory of my visit, like an oasis in a waste and burning desert, would ever blossom with flowers of rarest breath and beauty. Albcs. Yellow Jaundice Cured. RELIQIOUS. Tho hearts of the members of the First Baptist church are heavy and there cheeks are not yet dry. Our pastor. Rev. Preston Blake, has accepted a call to a larger field, (Lexington, Ky. ) and we are almost disconsolate. Bro. Blake's iifo and work among this people has been perfect. When he came here, almost six years ago, we were worshiping in our old ifSJ 5) church building with a Eeating capac- 51 LHH ity of about 250, which was seldom crowded until ho came; in a short time we were compelled to build a new church which lias a seating capacity of 365 inauditorium and 325 iu Sunday-schoroom, which thrown together seats 700. We thought this cnurch would servo us at least ten or twelve years, but boon the auditorium was too small and almost every Sunday the two rooms have to be thrown open to fHJES accommodate the audience. Last Sunday night one hundred chairs in addition had to bo placed in the aisles, S50 ftUtEJ people were present to hear his farewell Ural sermon. I speak of this to show how-his loved und esteemed by tho citizens of this community as well as the members of the church. He has done a noble work among us, his genial EhU manners and godly bearing has en- fpHJB deared him to all. Professors and alike love and ievero him. Our church has been a Unit in his support. We offered him an increase in salary to slay with us, but it is not mm money it is souls he is seeking for his hire; he goes to a greater field. He will do a great work in Lexington. He has our prayer and blessings. May He who liajgy took him from us, send us one whom we can love and trust as we do Bro. Blake, and who will continue the good work so well done by our late pastor, and gather tho harvest from the good seed sown by him. To such an one we speak the same support and the same love. Yours respectfully, 1 NEW HARNESS Mil bAkiNI POWDER Absolute! Pure ROYAL SADDLERY FIRM! irst-clas- I.tev 4 & lvCW I y K rm U vC 'S mlWW& StL. ill 1 KHB5 W, JBk aril iff ipj ol BAIdfca POWCtH CO., MEW YORK. "jLf AVING purchased the stock of goods of the Richmond Harness and Saddle XS Compaq-- , John T. McClintock and George W. "White have formed a partner- s v ship to operate a I Saddle and Harness Store next door to Fox's Livery fo btable. J pjj i BBBlBVaf A REPUBLICAN EDITOR ON THE SITU- - "VOariOTv "ETeccu.v, Sjtvucs, CoWaxs, ss p rate mm ATI0N. Frankfort, Ky., March 4, '98. The Administration seems to think more of the price to be paid than of the honor of our flag That is the natural result of tho supremacy of foreign-bor- n boodler from Cleveland who holds a mortgage on the nominal President of these United States. Dollars! Dollars!! Dollars!!! Not a drop of good red blood; not a single breath of the spirit of '76; but only one thought of our alien dictator, how much money will war cost? how much fat can we fry out of the putrid carcass of the defunct Spanish Monarchy. Avenge tho insult to our flag! Levy bloody tribute for the murder of our gallant tailors, wreak a grand vengeance upon the treacherous Dons for sinking our splendid battleship as she lay by the fatal buoy iu a supposed friendly port! Not a word of thesq or similar thoughts that should come to a great sovereign nation under the sting of such a brutal assault, but the impudent little foreign-borMark Hanna, sneers, "There will be no war," while the miserable little Mclvinley rubs his fat hands together and nervously echoes, "No war; no war." What would Jackson or Lincoln or Tildeu or Harrison have done under such circumstances? What would England have done? They would have shelled Moro Castle until the Yellow Flag that marks this plague spot on the Western Hemisphere should have fallen prostrate before the Stars and Stripes or the British Jack ; and then they would have investigated at their leisure and most likely have hanged the scoundrels whose murderous hands fired the mine beneath the Maine. But a liar is always a coward, and Bill McKinley and nanna have not only broken all their campaign pledges, but they have personally lied to every prominent Republican in Kentucky from Gov. Bradley down, and they lied to them to secure their aid in political schemes for their own advantage. That is why, probably, feel such a keen dislike for Hanna and his man McKinley. n -Ken-tuckians Up FULL LINE OF 3Vso "Win-Chest- ;sj SiU w.d .aiTvcss, 2vtAvis, e,vavs, TJax:'aaT.u,s, SAc. e aiM $sci o5voi &oo&s. er. of the little Our goods are domestic and imported, and guaranteed. Our workman from saddle department is in charge of a first-clas- s Our store the largest and brightest; our goods the equal of the best. Our prices lowest. Call and examine our stock and get our prices. Avopwviiuilj RfiSflGCff IllJV 9 , Suffering humanity should be supplied with every means possible for its relief. It is with pleasure wo publish the following: "This is to certify that I was a terrible sufferer from Yellow Jaundice for ovei six months and was treated by some of the best physicians in our city and all to no avail. Dr. Bell, our druggist, recommended Electrict Bitters, and after taking two bottles I was entirely cured. I now take great pleasure in recommending them to any person suffering with this terrible malady. lam gratefully j'ours, M. A. llogarty, Lexington, Ky." Sold by Perry & Thomas' Druggist. Successors to W. G. White 4 IN mm McClintock gMpJ EirfaBl mm m sjpiira MMMJ III C. B. SciIOOLFIELD, Moderator. Dayton, Ky., March 4, Children like 1893. MEMORY OF LITTLE WARDS. M0LLIE ED- mid-summ- ll n office-seek- er On March 19, the Deatli Angel tapped at the door and summoned to the bpirit laud little Mollie Edwards, daughter of Mr. Jesse Ed wards, of WagerbVille, Ivy. She had been sick but a short time, but her disease, spinal meningitis, baftled all medical skill, and all that loving hands could do was iu vain. An eminent writer has said: "Death loves a shining mark." Little Mollie, although only nine years old, was an unusually bright child, her gentle ways, loving smile, and sweet disposition made her a favorite with all. She will be greatly missed, especially at Sunday School, where she was a constant member. She will no more answer to the roll call here, but has answered the call in d heaven and is among the angels with Jesus, the Great Teacher, who reigns in that beautiful city, and welcomes home the saints of earth. The Lord knows best. Her sufferings are over and she is at rest and we should be willing to say, "Thy will be done." To her bereaved father and mother, who must keenly feel the loss of dear Mollie, we ould say, "sorrow not even as others who have no hopes." In tho bright morning of eternity we will meet with her around tLe Great White Throne, where there shall be no more sorrows nor where eyes are not dimmed with tears and death is no more. white-robegood-byes; We mean One Minute Cough Cure, the infallible remedy for coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, gripp, and all throat and lung troubles. Douglap & Wines, Druggist- it.it saves their lives. I McCormick Bros. m fit Installment House. CORRESPONDENCE. BED HOUSE. All the small streams aro greatly swollen now. Mrs. John Dozier who has been on the 6ick list is improving. There was preaching at Brookstown, Red House and Republican on Sunday. 1 i fpili Tf tt. v- - Price Fighters! The 1 h Ik--- i ' Worthless curs did some damage to Mr. Al. Williams' Southdown sheep on politica-Home-ma- de "Dear Mollie from us has gone, Her voice we loved is stilled; A place is vacant in her home, Which never can be filled." 'God in his wisdom has recalled, r The boon his love has given; And though the body slumbers here, Her bouI is safe In heaven " A Lovixo Cousix. Discovered by a Woman. Another great discovery has been made and that too, by a lady in this country. "IDisease fastened its clutches sure-foote- upon her and for seven years she withstood its severest tests, but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep. She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, and was so much relieved on taking first dose, that she slept all night and with two bottles has been absolutely cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz.' Thus writes W. C. Hamnick & Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles free at Perry & Thomas' Drugstore. Succes sors to W. G. White. Regular size 50c and S1.00; every bottle guaranteed. 4 THE FRUIT CROP. BKSTIST, OF LoOIHSlIiE, Ky. 1. s -- Office next door hm&nd, Ky. Office hours- -9 to 12-- 1 Ut . -- to Government Building, novlT-l- y More 3IM!0II II. F. Hillenmeyer expresses the following opinion in regard to the fruit crop this year: Mr. f Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental OIHce of Dr. Hob-so- n, next door to postoffice. D R. FRED SMITH. -y Get Why is which tries less every sarsaparilla it Office, over ColUns' Grocery, same office y occupied by Dr. V. W. Burgi n. janl2-l- DENTIST. 1 of HON. C. T. CALDWELL, itself against Ayer's as the standard ? Why is it that all have to bigger offer extra inducements bottles, fancy wrappers, cheaper price anything, everything, but the one inducement of quality ? to sell itself, ranges Parkertburg, W. Va., Capsules. PABKEKSBUEa, Recom-- mends "Wrights Celery Ayer's Sarsaparilla has never been equaled by any cheap imitation of it, and quality tells, just as blood tells. H Is tLan twenty-fiv- W. Va., January 2Gt 1995. The Weight Med. Co., Columbus, Oblo. Gentlemen: I have been using Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1S94. and find tbem to be as recommended. I first becan taking tbem while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treatment for Sciatic Rheoroathni, Xiver and Ktomacb trouble. Constipation which I had been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules Pive me Ereat relief rom theleginninKand have used them ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited. I recommend them to any and all Pufferinj: with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours. Sold by T. S HaB, Drmrek. Price 60c ents and $1.00 pwbex. Call atdrR-etor- e 6 and set free ample. lfee Sfaittri. Chaklbs T- - Caldwell. heard naythlng but words of praiso froai my customers; cot a single complaint has ever reached me. A preparation most possess great merit to maintain ssch a reputation. I believe your sarsaparilla to be the beat blood pariler that has ever been tt(M Introduced to tho general public hear other manufacturers say that Qua w "as good as Ayer's," but bo oae ever yet heard it said that Ayer's was "ss good" as any other kiad. They always sefAyer's sp as the standard of ccJtew.'';r-- S. P. I & jraivm, Ttolsili i Uiaa- ft- more "I have sold Ayer's SarsapariHa fornever years, and have e "Up to this date nothing is injured and every chance the most favoring. Last fall was very dry, and as always under these circumstances every fruit antl forest tree will bloom profusely, giving the jnitial condition of full yield. The apple is the great staple fruit of the farm, and we have had no crop since '93, there is now no reason why the phenomenal jield of that year may not be repeated this. The 6toue fruits bear full j ear after year, but, of course, after failure of scant crop, the capability of the trees is increased. If the present prospect be not blighted by untimely frost, or cold rains at the time cf blooming, we may expect abundance and fine quality in peaches, plum's and cherries. Last fall especially favored the grape, and of these we lire comparatively certain. The use of small fruits has wonderfully increased in Kentucky and few country homes but have strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, currants and gooseberries. Now the prospect for these is not good. The blossom of the strawberry is formed in the fall, and a thing conceived and nurtured In poverty aid distress has not the Inherent vigor of that born of favoring conditions. These plants all showed distress under the glinting heat and draught of last fall, atid it was perfectly evident then ve uuder the most fostering that springjlconditiena the .berry crop of '98 wotthljwt be as that or '97. AJungion Saturday. Our merchants arc having a lively trade now. Asafoetida, carbolic acid and otlier disinfectants are in great demand on the account of the small-poscare. The people of our neighboring town, Ford, aro the Walter Forrkster. of having encouraged over riverprospect a tide in the which It is a great leap from the old fash- brings in logs from the mountains for ioned doses of blue-maaud nauseous the saw mills. physics to the pleasant little pills known SILVER CREEK. as DeWitt's Little Early Risers. They cure constipation, sick headache and There is considerable excitement here bilionsness. Douglas & Wines, Drug over the small-pogist. Dr. Hockaday sold to Bales & Few Department meetings of the two nice mares at fancy prices. present j'ear have gone oil with so Farmeres have been delayed in their much brilliance and enthusiasm as plowing the past week on account of that of the Department of Philan- the heavy rains. thropy and Public Interest on yesterSam Mason has rented the Samuels day afternoon. The attendance was farm of Gilbert Mason, for tho revery full and Miss Scott, chairman of mainder of this year. the department, had first the pleasure Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Patrick and Miss of introducing Miss Stivers, who read an admirable paper on "Humanity in Jennie Mason will be at home soon Industry Pays." Her views were full from their winter stay in Fla. Mr. Robert Duerson bought of Salem of sound reasoning and clearly given, Wallace, of Paint Lick, three nice heifand won her a close attention throughdollars apiece. out. The address on the "New Laws ers at twenty-fiv- e in Which Women are Interested," deMr. Robert Duerson arrived home livered by Miss Laura Clay, was a from from Louisville Friday, where he splendid revision of some of the great sold six hogsheads of tobacco on an effects which havo been made by the average of 9 cents. women of Kentucky, and aroused an The ladies cf High Point will give a interest in the meeting that rose horror party at Mrs. Lucy Martin's, rapidly to sincere enthusiasm. Miss Friday night, March 25. Each lady is Clay is one of the great apostles of requested to bring her horror tied with feminine legislation in the South a a blue ribbon, and the gentleman's with giant in her cause, a forcible writerbe-caus- o a red ribbon, after the crowd assembles, g such speaker, and there will be an auction, ladies bidding ne who conveys the magnetism that on red ties, gentlemen on the blue. , is born of a strong intelligence, a Everbody Is invited. Proceeds for supreme devotion to the same, charity. a masculine grasp of the situation, add.COLLEGE HILL. ed to native feminine gentleness and greatness of heart. Miss Clay made a Mr. A. K. Lewis is sick with la grippe. statement of all tho various laws in Miss Lucy Mellon is visiting relatives woman's interests, and the causes of humanity, which the women at Waco. general have worked strenuously to got Mrs. Jas. Elkins, who has been sick through tho Legislature. She waxed for sometime, is improving. eloquent indeed with her theme, and Mrs. Patten, of Estill county, visited aroused in the hearts and minds of the her mother and father last week. women present a very genuine eu Mr. Clarence Tyree, who Isattending thusiasm. Miss Clay introduced a school at this place, is visiting his parmotion for the Woman's Club to pas9 ents in Irvine. resolutions of thanks and appreciation .Mrs Syntha Webber who has besu to Senator Bronston, Representative sick for several mouths is very low and Hobbs and others for their efforts in behalf of the woman's bill and tho not expected to live old child of Chas Wood The kind aid given thenj during the session just clooed. One of these bills tho was kicked by a horseone day last week, cigarette bill Mrs. Bsauchamp give and serverely bruised. a talk upon following Miss Clay. She Thirty-fiv- e years makes a generation. spoke as always, energetically and to That is how long Adoph Fisher, of the point. At the close of the meet- Zanesville, 0 , suffered from piles. He ing proper of the department, the mo- was cured by using thre6 bojies of tion to bring Miss Addams, of Hull Witch Hazel Salve. Douglas & House, Chicago, to Lexington, was Wines, Druggist put before tho club and voted upon, CALDWCLL'S SI and will be brought up at board meeting. Lxington Herald, CURES CONSTIPATION.I March 19. x ss x. ne clear-thinkin- you need anything in the FURNITURE line, call and see us, we m guarantee to save you from 25 to 50 per cent, on all kinds of fe Furniture and Mattresses. m 9 FURNITURE SOLD . ON INSTALLMENTS. Bed Eoom Suites, 3 Pieces5 Prom $18 up. - . Hall Hacks, $1.50. War&ropes, $9.00 up. Center Tables, 75c. up. Stools, Couch Pillows, w si - iture, Eoot fcggj We also make tine Corner Seats, and KH all kinds or Parlor Eurn- -- te all kinds of Furniture and Matresses re- jjaired and made new. ggj ItKll AwninBs .,-.J jtioeK-iiOLTo- m mS&L Of nil Irinrle mnrlp fn nrrlov 11. KN 7ZZSfc?W'S V UU IHIVI, UAl.vW UW WiVVl nf , . tt. .trices. ralsS m Mmj great-causo- Mf. RQTHERS . M Kelley Block? tili o -- ! SECOND ST. 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RIHEARS0M, Gm'I Aft., CUcioaU, 0. SOUTH PiT A. X mtl I r-- "j a". VV PfTf i' P- II iklUlhu. n 5TCBMV6- t;t. .r nuAl'nUm MMMMIIM.MW Hnttlll. r..M-AirTMfc.- i rrr -- Sil.ll. li p wr r ii.:ii 5- " .. -- . . I5-- w p.l . jt Mi --- .1 1 1 i - - r" j- - Work; Now is - wrtime to Sutscrito - Goma In ! -- Jl - a -' J, "3G"?"""r " '&'- - 0 V:"T" -- tr. si V The Richmond Climax. "NO RJIPUBLICANS NEED APPLY." The Advocate, in its list of conven forgot, however, to add that Danville has only one railroad, only Tho formal announcement of Mr. four passenger trains a day and that not McCreary s candidacy for Congress WKDNICSDAY ST a dis illery is in operation in Boyle PUBLISHED tVEKV in this district has caused quite a stir county. Richmond Register. in political circles. This State has Go. All this could bo successfully and nover beet served in any capacity by The Climax Printing beautifully answered, but whats tho a more conscientious and efficient if " ' ' 1 ienccs, use? The only .CM,LUX:T' Proprietor, BlHoru C. B. Vi'OODS, Atsoclate Editor. PRICK PER YKAR, 30, ?l.oO. a $100,000 - 1898. things in Richmond which Danville hasn't got are the Email-poand the delirium tremens. Danville Advocate. O, yon are not so warm. You haven't Post Office! x WEDNESDAY. MARCH m I veteran Association, announces the annual meeting for the election of oillcers We are authorized to announce How. James and the trancaction of other important II. McCkeabt, of Madison county, a candidate business to be held April 2nd at the for Congress ip the Eighth distnet; subject to Lexington, and appeals to the action of tht Democratic party. mchSO-- t f att the members ot the association to tend. A number of comrades will deActing Governor wokthing-TO- liver stirring addresses and all the time "Thursday vetoed tlie will be pleasantly employed There can bill, which prohibited tho manu- be but few more" of the meetings of the facture, ealo or use of cigarettes in gallant old fellows and they ought to this State. mako special effort to make this one memorable. liLACKBrr.s, of Kentucky, was stricken with heart failure ntNew-poThe enemies of the Goebel bill have News, Thursday. lie raided, how- been trying to cast a slur upon the ever, aud is reported by his physicians election commissioners for signifying to be out of danger. their willingness to serve, says the Blue Grus Clippor. But in this they "The Interior Journal has money to are making a dismal failure. The wager that Davison will not be a candi- Courier-Journand its followers in date that Colson will see the State were confident that when that Judge Roreing has the race won to Judgo Pryor and Messis Ellis and succeed him and will invent a reason Poyntz were elected they would throw for Hying the track and .that Mr Evans uptheir hands in horror and refuse to will not represent the 5;h district next act. In this they have met a terrible time nor'6tnother. disappointment." The last prop has been swept from under them and they have no more thunder with which to Is regard to the American-Spanis- h etnbroglio, judging by the daily papers, fight the measure. there is but one thing certain there will be either war or peace. The following solution of the hard In one column we read Peace Out- times was handed to us by one of our look Brighter;" in another 'Hell, West citizens, he having clipped it from an exchange; because and Crooked." You pays your money and takes your ''We raise dogs and buy hogs. We choice. fish with five dollar catch rods. Wc raise w eeds and buy vegetaMayor "Weaver, of LonisilIe, has bles. We let our timber rot'and buy tigiied the ordinance imposing a li- fencing. We throw away onr ashes cence tax Uon each practicing aud grease and buy soap. AVe build physician, attorney-nt-ladentist, school houses aud send our children off etc. As a revenue measure for war to be educated. We send our bos out purposes this would be excusable, but with a ar gun and a ttie Mayor will liave to employ Fitz dog to hunt birds, and our 'live-ceSimmons to do his lighting unless he boys' smoke cigars. We reconsiders his action. buv cheap books and are compelled to have them If foreigners have the power to do tennine what kind ol money the UniIn last Sunday's Dispatch a promited Stateo shall need, ss Gage contends, nent railroart otiicial is reported to what becomes of the constitutional have undergone a change of convic provision which savs that Congress tion on the money question, and is fhall have power coin monev and quoted as saying that in 189(5 he was a regulate the vnlue thereof?" Was red-hMeKinlevite. but that lie had that power taken from this country been convinced that the free at the time silver was demonetized? of silver is right, and that William lenning Bryan would be n winner, could he run instead of a year n A naval otlieer, now sta- and a half ago, and then went on to tioned at Key West, writes to the Elec- sav that his road employed 3,800 men, trical Review as follow-- : "The Bachc only two of whom voted for Bryan, brought over to Quarantine Hospital but it we were to have the election here a number of tue survivors of the over again, fully 3.79S of that 3.S0O Maine. O.ie of thoe wounded jackies, would vote the straight Democratic when asked to tell what he knew of the ticket. "This is no idle talk," said he. frightful explosion, said: Well, sir, I "1 ran tell you there have been many was it olf in me hainuuck, Mr, reformations since the last national cam when I heaisa hell of a noise. Then, paign." sir, the nurse says, "Sit up an' take this." That's all I know, bir.' " The right of Courts to exclude the general public from a trial because of AVevler in another letter, inti- the aosence or indecent character of mates that heis ju- -t simply "bjiiiin" the evidence expected was lately treat-- e 1 in an opinion handed down by Jusfor a fight with Anierca, hays the Argonaut, Weylcr will perhaps never tice Tifus. of the New York Supreme appreciate the full scope aud beauty Court, in the case of the People ot keeping his mouth closed until his against Win. II Hall. Uall was friends are culled on to gtther up the tr.ed in Rochester for extortion, aud fragments f his s siem on a sonde the Countv Judge shut out the newsafter tangling with one of those long- paper reporters aud every one but the bteel-insdistance, ited witnesses, holding that the public eradicators, which he will encounter good required that this be done on acjust as he enters Havana harlwr. count of the disgusting and revolting nature of the testimony. An application was made to Justice Collixtok RoisEirr-- , has appointed . Titus for a certification of reasonable twelve gaugen- - iroin the eligible That'b right. Brother Roberts. Put in doubt of the guilt of Hall, the arguour own part v men. Turnout all the ment being made that he had been Democrats. They have no business denied his constitutional right to "a speedy aud public trial." Justice Titus serving under a Republican administration. When they do so they are neu- granted the certificate tralized ami become naif Republican. "To the victor belongs the spoils," and Rev Da Young's plan colonizing when we elect Uryan in 1!K)0. we will Cuba with the negro race, is given in start every one of vonr people down the another column, ltisauableand intertoboggan on quick jum,-)Lexington esting document, and attracted much Observer. attention when it appeared in the Cincinnati Post. It seems that he is not Senator Thi'kston made a great alone in advocacy of the plan, though speech before his colleagues and the pioneer of the movement at this packed galleries Friday. "We can time. Herewith is the substance of not save Cuba oxrept by force. Force an interview with General John T. means war mid war means blood." Wilder, Pension Agent at Knoxville, He said, continuing, 'Mr. President, Tenn., and a wellknown Federal Genthere is only one action possible, if eral in the late war. He says, in a any is taken; that is intervention for special to the Louisville Times, of the independence of the inter- Saturday last: "Gen. John T. Wilder, n vention ihiit menus the lauding of an Pension Agent here, and- - a American army on Cuban soil, the de Federal General in the late war, says ploying of an American fleet off the that Spain's act in sendiug a torpedo harbor of Havana; intervention which flotilla to Porto Rico is overt, ami the sas to Sunin, 'Leave the Island, with- fleet should ho met and destroyed. He draw your ildier- -, leave the Cubans, thinks war is inevitable and favors the these brothers of ours in the new raising of 100.000 negro troops in the world, to form and carry our Govern- South, putting them under command ment for thensHves ' Such interven- of Gen Fitzhugh Lee, with which to tion on our part would not of itself be capture Cuba. After such capture is war. It would undoubtedly lead to elfected the island, he thinks, should war. Rut if war came it would come be turned over to the negroes." 1V act of Spin in resistance of the We cordially endorse every word of libertv and independence of theCuban people." this wise anil timely advice to the Democrats of this District. It is from our esteemed neighbor, the Jessamine Gen. John Boyd, commanding the Kentucky division of the Confederate FOR CONGRESS. II Court-hous- e, !! N anti-cigaret- te rt al forjre-electi- on live-ce- nt forty-doll- ten-doll- ar ten-ce- nt nt ten-ce- o ot to-da- y well-know- soul-reachin- g, ul lis-t- well-know- CF.Brower&Coi, M Journal: "At times there is too much displayed bv the Democrats and this one reason lias several times caused the defeat of the party in difsan-guini- ty i' and Broadway Morris Chairs Oak and Mahogany, imfqTMT5r' I Removable Corduroy Cushions, Adjustable Back, A Delightful Chair, ferent portions of Kentucky. "lint it is to be hoped this will not "be the case regarding the congressional race in the Eighth district this fall. Two years ago the Democrats were sanguine of success and lost the district by This year there is every indication that the Democrats should win, not only from the fact that Jackson county has been removed from the districtbut there isa better feehngin the party now than then. Let no wrangle be gotten up between the diHerent candidates, but let the strongest man be selected, that the party feeling may be harmonious and tho Democratic majority made larger in November than that which was given Davison in 18SG." 0. oflicial, and his abilities have been recognized at home as well as abroad. While representing his district in Congress, he stood high with the administration, whether it happened to be Ho is Democratic or Republican. known to all to have been n tireless worker, aiid never overlooked a mat ter simply because it belonged to what might bo classed as the little things. He nover allowed an opportunity to Joass vhen he might be of service to uny of his constituents, and no one ever asked a favor that was not ready and willingly granted. Taking these thingii into consideration, together with the fact that ho has never been a man to skulk in his tent but has nlvaye stood by his party in times when it needed assistance, it is not to be wondered that he will make a strong candidate beforo the people. Few men Lave served tho public as long as ho has, wjth so clean a record. Tho Republicans view with alarm his announcement, for they know, with McCreary an the Democratic nominee, no Republicans need News. In this issue of tho Sentinel, Hon. Jas. B. McCreary formally announces himself a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative in Congress, from this district. Mr. McCreary is too well known throughout the district to require any introduction from us. Elected to the Kentucky House in 18G9, he served for three terms, during tho last two of which he wat. Speaker. In May 1875 he was nominated forGovernorof Ken tucky and elected by an overwhelming majority, his term of office expiring in lSia. in ibs-- ne receiveu tne nomination for Coneress after the hottest contestthis district has over known in recent years and was elected by a for He was large majority each succeeding term until 1890, when he voluntarily retired and the district, which had always given him largo majorities, piled up a plurality of 2 400 for the Republican nominee, Hon. Geo. M. Davison. During his long service Mr. was a faithful public servant, always keenly alive to the interests of his constituents, and from the outset held a prominent position in the House, serving when the Democrats were in control ns Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Ailairs. When the President came to appoint the Monetary Commission Mr. McCreary was one of the three men selected and he served with distinguished ability. Mr. McCreary unquestionably has a strong hold on the people in this district and his formal entrance in the race promises to make it a memorable one. Shelby Sentinel. In this issue will bo found the announcement ol Hon. Jas. B. McCreary for Congress from this district. Noue can question the fact that Mr. past services in Congress demonstrated his utelulness. his indefatigable zeal for business and a credi table degree of abilit- that found in the form of practical expres-io- n legislation. He was a clean, active, capable member of Congress in the pant and there is no reason to conclude he would be otherwise in the future. Harrodsburg Democrat. The announcement, of Hon. James B. McCreary, for the Democratic nomination for Congress in this district, published in this issue, is a source of proud satisfaction to his many warm t'iends in this country. Having led the Deinocretic part to victory so often, he is looked upon, by many, as a political necessity a Moses to lead the Democrats out of the wilderness into which they were led in 1S9G. His repeated victories have caused him to bo named the political Napoleon, aud the comparison is good, excepting the fact that he has never seen a Waterloo, and his friends claim that he will not be defeated if nominated this time. His olllcial career, as model Governor and Congressman, for several terms, has made for him a host of admirers, who point with pride to his record and claim that he is the only man that can redeem the Eighth District to their party. They claim that his long public service is without just grounds for criticism, that his views and course, on all issued, were always on tho side of the people and had in view the general welfar?, and that his able work against high protective tariif and fatted corporations should bo considered by the party, when nominations are in order. How far these claims will go toward securing the nomination remains to be seen, as there are several other candidates in the field, 4io claim recognition at the hands of the Democratic party. Of course each county will be expected to instruct fonts home man, and the candidate wboctn hold on and control the votes after others are dropped, will win. Central Record. finds When the Courier-Journspace to say that Daviscn is losing no sleep over Gov. McCreary 's announcement and that ho thinks the Governor the easiest man beaten, it shows two tilings; that it is anxious for something to fill up and to say something against McCreary, no matter how disreputable the source of the inspiration. Stanford Journal. appIy-Anderson i Mc-Crea- rv Mc-Crear- cal days this week. Spoufi Spring Times. Mrs. R. E. L. Biggerstaff, of Richmond, is vistting the family of hor father, Adam Baum. Mt. Sterling Gazette. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Lipscomb, of Valley View, woro the guests of tho former's sister, Mrs. Henry Jones, last week. Winchester SunP Littlo Stella Burnam Taylor, daugh tor of Mr. and Mrs. Con Taylor, is improving, which will bo good fcews to the friends of the little sufferer. Mrs. Baldwin, of tho Telephone Exchange, is taking a much needed rest visiting relatives in Cincinnati, accompanied by her littlo daughter. On last Wednesday the Nows re ceived a very pleasant call from Misses Fannie Elliott, Nannie Gregory and Mollio Early, of Berea. Corbin News. Mrs. Lucas Brcdhead entertained a party of ladies at luncheon yesterday at her homo in Woodford, in honor of Mrs Burnam, of Richmond. Lexington Herald. Messrs. J. W: Smith and D. B. Shack- ellord left on Saturday for a trip to Manchester the former to purchase cattle, tho hitter to look after his mountain possessions. Gilbert Grinstead, an efliciont and accommodating young man, who has been clerking in tho Louisville Store for some time, has resigned to lake a more lucrative position with W. D. Oldham, at Richmond. The best wishes of his many friends go with him. Stanford Journal. Sidney D. Clay went to Oklahoma several months ago with a carload of horses. He went from there to Hot Springs, Arkansas, where ho became verv ill of heart trouble. He returned to Paris Tuesday evening and is now dangerously F. Didlake. Prof. B. C. Always Delicate Child Was Nervous and Irritable and Had No Appetite Hood's Ssrsaparllla Has changed All This Scrofula Cured. has had a wonder-f- ul effect on my little daughter. She is five years old and has been very delicato all her life. She was nervous nd Irritable and had no appetite. A large lump wonld appear on her neck every few weeks and then wonld disappear, leaving her very weak. "Wo concluded to give her Hood's Sarsaparilla. At that timo there was a lamp on her neck. "When nho had taken one bottle it had disappeared altogether and she seemed like a different child. Instead of being cross and fretful she goes about laughing and singing as merrily as any child. We are very grateful for Hood's Sarsaparilla." Mas. Jeh-Ni- E Gambek, Bardstown, Kentucky. Is the best-- in tact Born In Madison, Gov. Portrr Celebrates Golden Weding In Versailles. Mis " Hood's Sarsapaxilla A telegram to the Louisville Posl from Versailles, March 1(5, conveys this bit of news, of interest lo tho older ie8idents of Madiwin, among whom the distinguished groomsman has many friends: "Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Porter are holding a reception this afternoon in celebration of their golden weddintr anniversary. Mr. Torler is a native of Madison county, nnd has been practicing law in Versailles since 1812, Mrs. Porter was born in Woodford, near Versailles, Few men in the legal profession in this State have ranked hicher than Mr. Porter, who for years enjoyed one of the most lucrative practices ever had by acountrv lawyer. JUr. I'.irter was Speaker of tho Kentucky Senate during the war, and by virtue of his office succeeded tho Hon Lynn Boyd as Lieutenant Governor after the Iat- - iWe si IrivEitsse Facts -- h vj goods at a cheap price. Xotliing is $ more certain to create dissatisfaction than goods that look:s well out is poor m vj quality. Apparent econom- - is often real extravagance, nnz It is a mistake to advertise inferior ter's death." A General Order for Vaccination. W,w rnces md Good Goods Hood's Sarsaparilla the One True Blood Purifier. 81; six for 5. Bold by all druggists. IlOOd S PllIS Hood's Sarsaparttta. 250. who died on Monday afternoon, of a chronic Btomach aflection. Despite the heroic efforts of the physicians the little fellow succumbed to the disease, when one of the handsomest and most prom ising children in Richmond passed away. ill" at his aunt's, Mrs. C. NkwIjAND. Thursday's Stanford Paris Reporter. Journal tells of the death, from Burial yesterday in the Richmond Cemetery. The stricken parents have tho svmpjithy of many friends in their sore nmiction. brights disease, near Crab Orchard, of Rev. A. C Newland, father of Mrs. I. B Oldham, oTSpeedwell, this county, in the 77th year of his ago. Deceased was born near Foxtown, this county, in 1821.' He was a preacher in the Hagerman, President of Bethany College, occupied the pulpit of the Christian church Sunday Dr. S. 11. morning and evening Ha'.ley, of Louisville, and Mrs. Chas. W. Bert, of Ford, ire spending a few days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Halley. Paynes Depot cor. Midway Clipper. A fairly good likeness of Miss Georgia Ray MacMillen was published in connection with the following notice "Miss in Sunday's Courier-JournaGeorgis Kay MacMillan, the talented daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. P. McMillan, of Richmond, Ky., is a graduate of Oxford College, class of '97. She is at present holding theelocction chair at Hamilton College, Lexington. Her home was formerly in Chattanooga, l: PredestinarianBaptistchurch (Hard-shellfor fifty years, preaching during that time "at Walnut Flat aud Preachersville. His first wife was Miss s) Dr. J. M. Mathews, president and J. N. McCormack. secretary of the state board of health, finding their warning to tho people of the state to be vaccinated in part unheeded, have again issued notice calling attention to the threatened epidemic of small-poand recommending that each town and city at once pass and enforce a compulsory vaccination ordinance, beginning with the colored race, but reaching everybody. From reports received from the infected districts the disease thus far has been confined almost exclusively to tho negroes Tho board recommends that physicians practicing among negroes be instructed as to the difficulty of recognizing mild cases of small-poand varioloid in the raco and of tho importance of calling in experienced counsel in every doubtful or suspicious case. The officials of the state board arc of the opinion that tho entire popnlation of the state not already vaccinated are dangerously liable to contract the dis- easo unless they are vaccinated. x x ttrt make a wonderfully strong combination. We wish first to call your attention to IN our SHOES for both Ludies' and Gentlemen. .Nothing is so generally apprecia- - V U. N!& ted as a really good shoe sold CHEAP. Men's Fine ; Satin Lined Calf Shoes, lace and congress, new goods, guar-2- t ,.,-,- 82.00, our ;i auirau ui q.uij nnrf. "- - nnf. ivonr- nnv.' snld elsewhere for l"""i &V o 1t --itJ 7i n .v ?' v nn'i'P Ladies' Cincinnati made Shoe, button and lace, kid and cloth tops, heel or ..$ 1 50 . spring heel, made to sell at $2.00; our price. Have also iust received 'from New York a full line of Laces, Madras Cloths, Percales, Dimities, Ribbons, Belts, Corsets, Hosery and the like, Will : quote vou some prices on lace which will surety interest ?; il -- u rr )C lOr"" joC T )y" 12 12 12 Yards Torchon Lace for 5c. Yards Torchon Lace for 10c. Yards Wider Torchon Lace 20c. Swiss Edge for 3c. a yd. s lW "W a Cr A- M Mary Oliver, of Madison county, by whom he had two children. His second wife, Jwho was a Miss Rayburn, of Lincoln county, together with four children, survive. The burial took place Sunday. Acetylene Gas, The Liaht ol Tho Future. Cuba For The Negroes Plan of Rev. G. W. Young, of This City. - al JUST RECEIVE!) 23 COUCHES. rgMmm This one full size, upholstered in im ported corduroy, splendid springs, PRICE, $7.50. 12 00 Corduroy FyJI Size Leather Couch 20.00 NOTE CAREFULLY. Wr nrn nflVrinsr ibis week $12.50 A 3 Piece Chamber Set, for . 13 tt A Beautiful Side Board . . . 75 A Nice Dining Chair, for A Delightful Rocker, for . . . . 250 A Rocker Upholstered Seat and 3.48 Bark in Leather, for A C mifortable Full Size Baby 1.50 Carriage, for A ft Pini.il P,1iw1itl rjim Pflrlnr . 23.00 Snit Upholstered in Tnjx-stry Same conch with dress box tered in denim .... uphols$ 8 00 Good for the Midway Clipper! Here is the way it hoists the Lexingtou Argonaut on its own petard : Democratic 'If some of the journals of Kentucky would push a little more consistency and less virulence into their editorials the public would respect them mora. On more than one occasion in the last two years have the columns of one of the above journals, located at Lexington, fairly teemed with denunciations of and charges agninst the County Judge of Favette for attempting to intimidate the citizens and stifle the voice of the people by placing the polls in charge of men who would, if necessary, reverse the will of the people after it had already been expressed, and now that paper is sorely distressed about tho election law and utterly indignant that Judge Pryor and Capt. Will Ellis should have been eo grossly insulted aj they were by an election to By thus exthe Commissioner-shipsposing your hand gentlemen you but strengthen our arm, so dig into your vitals as deep as you please." so-call-ed . Congkessman Towxe has been doing splendid work in California speaking for the cause of silver. Recently ent propounded that old musty conundrum about the price of wheat, when Towne publicly asked liim the following questions: 1. Do you believe in the "dollar of the greatest purchasing power?" V in Stockton thcedilorolthe Independ- Our stock is full of choies 2. Are you glad that in 1897 certain American farmers got a higher price new ideas, found here ex- for their wheat than for some years past clusively and offered at 3. If you say to the last quesexplain why "you are glad that prices that will suit your tion,dollar hasless "puchasing power," the reckoned In fancy. See us for yotrr as 4. If it was wheat, than before?the a good thing that for a spring purchases we will farmer gotnothigher price stillhis wheat would it have been better if he could have got higher prices for save you monej. - CiF.Brower&Co Kfrl.lri Lexington, Kw hay, his cotton, his fruit, and all his products? 5. If higher prices for the farmer would be good, why not also for the other producers. (1 Explain to your readers how the general level of prices can permanent! ly rise unless we increase the amount pi money in which they are reckoned. "these questions requiro no answer, tfte answers nx pecfm eej(-evjvlfl- Todd. To Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Todd, nee Clyde Talbott, on Saturday last, at their home near Red House, a boy. Yeagek. Lilly May is tho name of the littlo visitor at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Yeager. She arrived Sunday, March 20. Bennett. At Mt. Sterling, on Friday, March .25, to tho wife of Mr. Neal Ben formerly nett, who Miss Belle Bennett has returned Thompson, was "10 pound Miss Mamie boy." The a from St, Louis. happy father is receiving congratulaMr. Grant Norris is in Clay county tions from many friends far and near. bujing cattie. Attorney E. K. LewiiJ, of London, was here last week. Mrs. W, H. Shanks spent several Abnek. At his home on theDillinir- days with her patents in Madson. Mrs. J. M. Baldwinand little daugh- hatn farm near this city, Sunday Ben-- J ter are visiting relatives in Cincinnati. jamm Abner in the seventietn year of his age. Mrs. Juo. R. Pates, of Richmond, is visiting relatives here. Midway Clip- P. West.-O- usou ofSaturday March 20, Joe Mr. and Mrs. John and West, per. Dovie West, at Edenton, this county, Mr. Thomas Gentry, of Estill of brain fever, age 20 months. The incounty, is visiting relatives in this terment took place at the family burying county, ground. Tho deceased was a nephew of Miss Hester Covington ia visiting Mr. W. S. Jones, this city. her grandfather, Mr. It. F. Spears, in Igo. Mrs. Bottie Igo, died at the Jessamine. Dr. G. G. Perry, home of her Mr. Frank French is at home from a at White Hall, yesterday afternoon, month's trip to Pennsylvania and aged 08 years. She leaves four chilWest Virginia. dren to mourn her loss. Mrs. G. G Mrs. T. F Baldwin wai- - the guest Perry and Messrs. Green, Alexander last week of her daughter, Mr,5. W. H. and Matt Igo. The funeral will take place at 10 o'clock this morning, thence Shanks, at Stanford. Jier burial in Richmond Cemetery. Mrs. B. L. Middelton, of 'Richmoud, Pettus. At his home near Kingston, is visiting her parents, Mr. .nd Mrs. Mr. R. T. Pettus, of neuralgia of the U. N. Sharp. Shelby Sentinel. borri in MorMiss" Ruth Pepper and Mir.s Dovie stomach. Deceased was gan Co, Alabama. Letcher have returned Jroni a visit to moved to Kentucky inFebruary 1857, 1873, and was tho latter's parents, in Cincinnati. married to Mis3 Judith J arm an, in the Mrs. Stephen Gibson, of Walnut year 1879. He was an estimable citizen, Hill, visited her daughter, Mm. D.M. a member of Jtft Zion Chrktain church, Phelps, at White Hall, last week. and leaves a loving wife and many Miss Belle McDowell wa( the guest friends to mourn his lass. His remains last week of Mrs. Will H. LilJard, nes were interred in Richmond cemetary. Miss Louise Parlin.atLawranctiburg. Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rice are Miss "Emma Grinstead, of Wapo, was mourning the death of their little son, the guest ofrel&Uyeii . ?4 bejt live years imp sev-- J Elliott hand-shaker didacy for Congress in the Eighth trict is regarded with approbation by Democrats in this city and county. Mr. McCreary dilfered from many Democrats on the money question, but when the bugle sounded for the line-u-p he stepped right under the old party flag. D will bo a winner. Lexington Observer. Gov McCkeaky's announcement as a candidate for Democratic nomina tion for Congress makes tho papers generally says it is McCreary against the field. He has made one of the most efllcicnt Congressmen Kentucky ever had. Paris Kentuckinn. There are many good and deserving Democrats in the Eighth, but in the long list there is no name that would arouse more enthusiasm than that of James B McCreary. He is an able and skilled politician who never knows how to tire or be defeated, and if he wins the nomination the small calbered republican statesmen of that district may start in with the idea of having the best politician and the most invincible stumper and in the State to contend with. McCieary's nomination would mean McCreary 's election. Dr. John D. Woods in Bowling Green Courier. McCkeaky's candis- the young men and ladies of the town. It was a great success, accoidiug to the News, which says of Miss Glass cock: "She appeared to announce only, was gowned in pink and carried a large bouquet of American Beauties She is one of the very few women who can wear American Beautees without 'playing second' to the beauty of the roses " Stanford Journal. Mr. Chas. II. Pigg, of the Blue Grass Grocery, has gone back to his old homo at Richmond, Ky., where he has other business interests. Mr. Pigg is a splendid fellow, and has maue a large circle of lnends here. The Blue Grass Grocory Co , were very anxious to retain nun. Their new manager at Versailles, Mr. Tnos. Dmeen,isa Lexingtouian, and a courteous gentle man, with years of grocery experience. He has held other important positions of trust with tho company which now sends him here. Versailles Sun. Among the excellent musicians of Stanford is one whose voice rings out with a clearness and sweetness seldom equaled. I refer to Miss Clara the unusually attractive and "handsoino daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Mershon. In every entertainment in which there is music she is called upon to sing a solo or to lead in a grand chorus, which she does to perfection and is a general favorite. The first time there is a musical contest in Harrodsburg I will prevail upon her to take part aud proo the correctness of the above assertion Stanford cor. Harrodsburg Sayings. Madame Bredelli's "Evening of Song" given at Music Hall last nigh$ was one of the most enjoyable entertainments she has ever given. The program was opened with two numbers by the chorus aud closed with the cantata, "The Lady of fchalott," sung by the Choral Union, Mrs.Revenangh Wolfe and Miss Clara Denning taking the solo parts Among those who took part in the musical were Misses Carrie Rothchild, Chastine Macgregor, Nell Richardson, Clara Denning, Halpin O'Reily, Virginia Schafer and Mrs. Revenangh-Wolf- e Louisville Post. Mrs. Emma Walker Herr gives the following apaloguo in tho Phillistine: "Once at the gate of the great city, to which only good people were admitted, sat the a wise old man, whom for convenience we will call St. Peter. Along came a lawyer who said: 'St. Peier, may I come in?' ' 'No,' aid the good old man, 'no lawyers can ever enter here.' "He of the green bag turned sorrowfully away and sat down by the wayside to await fuither developments Just down the road, tripping along, with a little red umbrella over her head, came a female disciple of wearing a smile intended to vanquish all argument and act as a password to the beautiful city. Of course St. Peter let her in. The poor man on the outside straightway headed for the gate again, and demanded of St. Peter that he should show cause. 'You just let that woman in and she s a lawyer from Ann Arbor!' "Oh,' said St. Peter, with a tired smile, 'tho woman is not a lawyer; she only thinks herself one.' And he rapped the lawyer over the head with a big cano and bade him begone." Mer-shon, gate-keepe- Tennessee." Miss Harriett Glasscock, who will be pleasantly remembered here, gave a society minstrel performance at Shelbyville, the talent composed of Why not be independent and own your own little gas plant which will give four times more light than ordinary gas or electric lights at one half the cost? Applicable for use in churches, stores, factories, hotels, residences and country homes; safer than ordinary gas or kerosene lamps. Approved by all the Boards of Underwriters thoughout the United States. Wo want a first class agent in every town. Write for catalogue and prices. Tho following able and interesting article appeared in the Cincinnati Post of March 24, in response to a request fiom its editor, who had heard of Dr. Young's views upon the sub ject of "Cuba For The Negro." Tho Doctor upholds his views with logic and argument incontestible, and the plan proposed is worthy the consider ution of all. It is not, as would be at first supposed, a riddance of the negro, but a most humane method of improv- i With every Five ($5.00) Dollar purchase we give a beautiful picture. with a Ten ($10.00) Dollar purchase a larger picture framed and Also x u readv to hanc un. ($25.00) Dollar purchase we give an elegant piece of ? With a Twenty-fiv- e Yours Respt., (g furniture or a beautiful bronze clock. Call in and see us. -- .i McKee Corner, Richmond, Ky. s The AoETYiiENE Gas Machine Co., Akron, Ohio. Folder for the enusing Summer, giving tho names of proprietors, post office addresses, at or near w hat station, conveyance used, number of guests, terms per day, week and month. This information will be printed in an attactive form and a large edition published and distributed by the various agenu of this immense system throughout all sections of the country. Persons contemplating taking hoarders for the ensuing Summer are requested to ap to the nearest railroad agent for lank to be filled out giving the above information, and forward at once to W. A, Turk, General Passenger Agent, Washington, D. C, so that it mav reach him not later than April 1st. Summer Homes' Folders, 1898. Mr. W. A. Turk, General Passenger Agent of the Southern Railway, is collecting information for Summer Homes' Richmond, Ky., March 24. To the Editor of The Post: The suggestion recently made by me to a friend m regard to the acquirement of the island of Cuba by the United States and setting it apart for homestead settlement by tho colored people of America is one to which I have given considerable thought. Tho idea of the annexation of Cuba is not new. As far back as the Administration of President Polk an oiler of $100,000,000 was made by ns and proudly rejected by Spain, and on various occa&ions since then its acquitment, either by conquest or purchase, has been seriously considered. It has long been apparent to many of our statesmen that the responsibility for tho destiny of the island must eventually rest upon this country. SPURNS PURCHASE NOW. ing his condition. x of the S fi R l d ?5 7W Antilles, where the soil is rich the climate unobjectionable, the products such as he knows how to cultivate, and where the physical environment will not allow hi in "to be crowded to the- wall, as here, by a stronger race nlreadv in possession both of the land andof tiieinstitutions of the country our duty is plain, our opportunity is providential. "Let us go up and possess tho land," pay a debt to the colored people and solve both the Cuban and the race problem Rev. G. W. Young. - here, but in the blood-staine- Pearl 777SkZZ! ,4it n (tlKlE-Wtf - JJftt - 'htt - i - iitf- wai b aa m e k sasa mt m i & tj- : ill fe$ w 1 Prior to the present trouble growing out of tho Maine disasterl should havo favored its acquirement by purchase, but as matters now stand I should snurn the idea of purchase from a people over whom there hangs, like a pail, the shadow of a great crime. It is farcical in the extreme for us to prate of a Monroe doctrine, on paper, and then proose to deal on equal terms Annual Meeting ot Conledcrate Veterans. with a poplo before whose horrid outCol. John Boyd, Division Comman- rages the whole world stands aghast. We should, therefore, take poses-sio- n der, Kentucky Division Confederate of the island as humanelv as we Veterans, has announced the following comrades to deliver addresses at maj, purchase the lands of private inthe annual meeting at Lexington, dividuals, divide it into small tracts, April 2: Col. B. F. Clav, Paris; Capt. say of 40 acres each, and oner it to the McJ. W. Alcorn. Stanford; Dr. H.Blan-to- n, colored people of America, under titles inalienable, for 25 years, on condition Dowell, Cynthiana; Dr. L II. Richmond; Capt. W. T. Havens, of five years' personal residence thereMt. Sterling: Rev. John R. Deering, on, and the making of improvements Lexington; Capt. Frank Chiun, Frankfort; Judge J. E Cantrill, Georgetown ; Col. J. T. Tucker, Winchester; Rev. E. M. Green, Danville; Maj. O. S. Ten-neLexington, and Capt John H. Carter, Avon. Each one is expected to relate the bravest deed, the most thrilling adventuro or the most humorous occurrence he witnessed during the war, and limit his bpeech to ten to be specified by law. HUMANE METHOD. is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co , doing business in the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, anil that said firm will pav'the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLA R5 for each and every case of CATAnnu that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarbii Cure. Frank J. Cheeey. Sworn to before ineand subscribed in my presence, this Gth day of Decomber, A. D. 1JSG. . A. W. Gleason j SEAL State of Ohio. City of Toledo, )( " LOCUS Cot'.VTY, Fkax- - J. Cheney makes oath that he ?iyj ipeci This Week. An elegant line of the Newest and Latest Patterns in "? o rf BAfflBDRGS AND LACES, ETC. SPECIAL Line WHITE GOODS in plain and checked Indian Lineus, Check Nansooks, Check and Striped Dimities, Percals. Ginghams, etc. Also an Elegant Line of Table Linens. ALL GRADES. Xotan Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous snrlace of the system Send for testimonials, free. F. JT Cheney &. Co , Toledo. O. BgLSoId by Druggists, 75c. mar:-- l in " y, minutes. Change in tho School Law. r, -- One of the few laws which were pass d by tho recent Legislature and which havo received the approval of the Governor is one to change the litne for the election of Trustees for common schools from June to October. We have not seen a copy of the bill and do not know whether or not it contains"an emergency clause. All bills ojtfie later character go into effect as soon as approved by the Governor. All others go into elfect in ninety days after the Legisla- Black-ston- e, MARRIED. Tevis-Tev- is Walker W. Tevis of Kirksville. and Miss Emma, daughter of Charles Tevis, ot iloluen, Missouri were married in Louisville Wednesday. The contracting parties are cousins BIRTHS. ture adjournes The late Legislature adjourned March 15th and these laws go into effect June 15th. According to the present law Trustees are elected on the first Saturday in June, which this year comes on the fourth of the month. Hence the election will bo over before the law goes into effect. Another question is will there be an election both in June aud October. A few years ago a law was passed changing the time for holding the Spring examinations from the first to the third Fridays in cortain months. As in this case one set of examinations were held before the law went into effect and another set was held under the new law in the same month. The new law is a good one. As the law now stands tho Trustee is elected just before the teacher is employed and too often the question of his fitness does not enter into the canvass but he is elected solely on the question as to whether he will support this or that teacher for the fall school. The new-lawill chango this. The school will he halt out or more when the Trustee is elected in the fall and the next year's school will be so far away that the teacher question will not cut so important a figure. Winchester Democrat. -- This seems to me to be the most humane method of settling tho quarrel of a century with Spain, and of ending the brutalities that have disgraced the Spanish administration in tho island. And then it would be a safe policy for this country, for whatever our prejudices, against conquest, the time has come when this Nation must fortify herself by strategic possessions abroad, if she would be safe from harrassment and invasion. A problem equally difficult of solution, and of more immediate interest to us, is the race problem in tho United States. There are thousands of colored citizens of this country who were nover able to acquire homesteads in the great West, for the reason that it was all settled before they had been long enough free to avail" themselves of it. The Alaska climate is too cold for them; the Indian Territory, when open for settlement, oners no possibility of success to them. To the Southern white man this question is vital. The Southern country homo is fast fading into a memory. jikcome vicious. Tho negroes crowd into tho towns; unable to pay large rent, they are forced to live in miserable tenements, where in poverty and filth thev become a menace to the public health. Being idle, thev become vicious; tueymonop olize tho attention of our municipal and criminal courts to the neglect of the public business, they overcrowd our prisons, they become an easy prey to the political demagogue, aud thus endangor our physical, social civil and religious life. A fatal mistake in the solution of the race problem in this country has been the idea that education was the one thing necessary Millions of money has been expended in schools and ap- Many Southern negroes have een liberally educated, but this has insured no lucrative employment, save teaching among their own race, and this vocation is becoming more and more crowded; hence, education is being discouaged. for-eigh CORRESPONDENCE. VALLEY VIEW. Rev. Mr. Hunter preached here last Sunday. H. II: Poston is at Williamsburg on business. A new house is going up on East Main street. J. L. Carpenter is training the young ideas at this place. J. W. Adams and fnmilv have moved to Whites Station. Rev. Mr. Wills will preach at Sylo.im M. E. chu-cnext Sunday. Win. Taylor and family have moved from Whiles Station to this pl.iuc. II. R Smith was confined to his room last Sunday vaccinated and icport of h pj WHITE Ss. -- GIBSON, H DiiHngi-iam Corner. Q 'ADvW&TdJoteX MANAGER. fXp??&a5--PsVVaro hotel. - .-- jv 'V v sinall-pox- at Ford. day. Msa Nannio Campbell, ol ville, began a subscription school at thd Backwoods school house last Monx Best $2.00 and $2.50 House in Louisville. & bhibbbb The Law; and Order and Siu'ill-poMitigating .Society met hist night (Tuesday) to transict some important business. k yk mchC-6- m Capt. .Nelson D. Rurns says Gov. Bradley's lather fifty years ago predicted that all nations would be en gaged in war in 1900. The recent rise in the river never reache;: the stage anticipated, and consequently the long looked for supply of logs did not materialize. Small-po- x Don't care how small they are Valley View don't want 'em, and has therefore ordered a shot gun quarantine .igains.t Richmond. Tfr Jo Minn, I of I tlinf n rrnorfl rn Atiixr of night would not let a deputy sheriff tnrougii tne lines one nigtit last week on his way here to serve papers on a citizens at this place. The question naturally arises, have we the right to do so on our own accouut? 1 It is Popular. The price may have something to do with the immense sale of The American Lady corset but there are others equally as cheap but none we have ever handled were so popular with our patrons, .so say When I am big I Jay Ell Ess. CROWDED OUT. WHO IS SHE? Danville Woman Who Wants to Sell Herself. The following mysterious advertisement recently appeared in the Louisville Courier-Journal- PERSONAL,. : DEATHS. -- son-in-la- the woman lives In the country. Further than that he lias no theories. There are several widows in Danville and Boyle county with "beautiful and talented children." and this interesting source of lively gossip will no doubt proye more or less embarrassing to some of them. There seems to be no doubt that the woman is in earnest aud that the whole affair is genuine. Danville Advocate. ful children; will serve faithfully and endeavor to make myself invaluable, always striving to please. Address P. O. Box 93, Danville, Ky. An Advodate reporter has bad a copy of the advertisement since its appearance, quietly awaiting development, but so far nothing has been learned of the identity of the mysterious widow. e It is useless to apply at the for the name of the renter of Box i)3. The folks there cannot tell. The laws not only forbid it, but when this box wag rented especial instruction were given to keep it secret. In fact, the 'person" man or woman who rented the box was acting for some one eLo. fthd even the people do not know who Mrs. Box No. 93 is. The Advocate reporter believes that post-offic- By a refined, competent widow, to sell herself into slavery for life to some good man and wife, elderly couple, or widow, for money enough to purchase comfortable home for her talented and beautimiddle-age- d Wanted The building of factories will m t solve it. They are not skilled workmen, and if they were, organized la bor win not admit tnem to a place in their ranks. Successful agriculture is equally beyond their reach. The invention of machinerv has thrown thousands out of employment, ana tne tenant, mrmor lsinanopeless competition with the broad acres and improved methods of the What shall be done? While they are here the land of the country mustsup-po- rt the population of the country In ono way or another. Every man must have a living not necessarily a good ono but a living. land-owners. KINGSTON. Ewing Maupin and Miss Lucinda Moody are on the sick list. Dr. and Mrs. George Bronough, of Stauford, visiced relatives here last week. Mr. "W. D. Crooke, of Altamont, visited his brother, Mr Ben Crooke, last week. Willie Butner, of Wildie, visited relatives here last. week. Mr. Jesso Mnnday spent Saturday and Sunday .ith Mr. "W. Fish, at Wildie. Mrs. C. C. Coyle, of Gridley, 111., is visiting her parent at Bobtown. Rev. J. Robert Boatman is permanently located at Corbin. Miss Mollie Redwitz, of Harrodsburg, with her niece, little Henrietta Dell mouth, of Ricjmoud, visited Mr. and Mrs. T..C. AVilt last week. Mr. J. Nattan Elliott spent a few days in Lexington last week. The Bessie Farrier Mission Band has changed its meetings from first to second Saturday. The Band will give an Easter Entertainment. Mrs. Edna Maupin wn.1 taken to Pat-ti- e A. Clay Infirmary at Richmond, last week. 1. will wear nn 1SL Oa W&Rg$i Ip medium, and short, blackt white and drab! ACjEINT. Corset SI 00 V AS A HIRED HAND. He must earn it as a hired hand, have it given to him as a charitv, or, whatisinfinitelv better, given him an opportunity to dig itoutof thegrouncl. This we have shown he can not do Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, DE; post-ofli- ce CREAM BAMNG POWDIR MOST Pl?Rr;ECT MADE. A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alumjbr any other" aduMtmi' f- .40 YgAJS TfW STAWAIH),' Petitions that he sign the Ijill are pouring in on tho Gover Anti-Cigar-et- to nor, i' q r-e- Jfti-PSe- Bellman G. Dougherty, denryjii-.ijsudecluse UTwd, stealthy re- hergrandfather'jLabanltupard. H. Covington and fainilv are CTJm visiting at I. M. Scrivner's Yaco. Mrs. Jesse Dykes and"1 children, of ?n!J?3T'?tiBth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, T. K. Hamilton spent Sundav with Richmond, are thegnesraof Mrs. Nancy wuibeattheGlyndoaHotel, Richmond, Ky., his father who.'has a very serious case Bentou, at Pleasant View. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2tth, 1896, of inflamatory rheumatism. Miss Lena Stivers is at homo again I?ta2BieTCry seBI Miss Edith Searcy, of Madison Fe- after an extended visit to Mt. Sterling aoaai. Glasses adjusted Wednesday ototeach deto all peraoas ' tective vwioa at popular prices feblS-lmale Institute, jjont Sunday with her and Lexington. grandfather, W.jOCovinKton. A, general increiso in wages Four able anj interesting discourse high Valley pttd;nff trainmen of Le has were delivared A : tho- - nnnriorlvi nanf. II irigat Pine j3reN Saturday and Sunday beir made.' Dyjsev. vaugss the presiding j'eldw. at Nineteen steamsliina wore r)B,tlj Philadelphia io carry graia to Madam BnnJw wsarlnJ a lo " , A lkAlr mty European ports, f , emall-po- x Btefea stteet, ateMt JaaBary H. and has since hc11Bt weakbut t has . n tmA of R. C. --y. in town a day and a night last week and as they said they had been in the infected district, our merchants and millers, to be on the safe side, ordered them oil their premises, but so far there are no grounds for alarm. Messrs. George Hume and Jim "WaMrs. H. H. Cplver ia now prepared to furnish gers, of Central University, are at home you the very highest production ot Plymouth EockKggsatSOcforli. Just halt what you par on account of the small-po- x scare. It,0. Lackey, who has carried his delivered to any Ann In Richmond KcspectlullT. arm in a sling for the past ten days, is mch23-3MBS H. H. COLYEE. much better, bnt not able to resume his work in the store." Miss Opa Bupird,--o-f North street, LOUIS L LANDMAN, AT. D.. Richmond, spent last week at the home Eggs for Sale! m . Estray Hog! i- -z '5J1F- - 'J s W 1 'A county. A Kjimwu men TiTt''-"Tiiiimi- in v Hje Vb," V '! "a -- - II I r u it - M A M. HLklLsi" 3i8JSjaBBwMiBaBJBBai8BfeiSaaiaiaeal HMWftf"-- -- V .Mi'jtefffffe v1 Vbnklhd. - faUiiv . nrciMift. f - l"C f I l! " k. Onmrcwlwfe MtyiMT all ekuni name tar call-- " & . - ' - -- -- . " 1 .' ftSi X ' !" y;.;-- &&, ifl,4lF I 1 , '- -. - 'i.sim'.- - .... I ft H9 -- r - Resolutions ol Respect. . P & SMK- V lamm 1 INVITATIONS . FOR SPRING! We cordially invite yon to look through our different lines for Spring before buying elsewhere We esteem it a pleasure to show our Goods and will endeavor to make your dealings with us both pleasant and profitable. See Our imsx uaue,s, 4 y i Ladies' Bicycle Shoes a Chainless s Bicycle Shoes. & &uaraweeA. mighty God, our Heavenly Father, to call Bro. Thompson .Keen from his earthly labor to his reward on high, therefore be it Resolved, That in the death of Bro. Keen this lodge loses a worthy member and brother. His genial presence always won and retained for him our confidence and esteem. Bo it further Resolved, That in tho death of Bro. Keen the fraternity lost a faithful and brother, his daughter a loving father, the church a faith iul Christian and the community an upright citizen. Resolved, That we extend to the bereaved family our sympathy in this sad hour of great bereavement. Resolved, That a coDy of these resolutions bo spread on the minutes of our lodge, a copy transmitted to his family and copies furnished the Richmond CiiHiAX and Masonic Home Journal for for&ublii-otioner August, 1857. Vhkkeas, It has pleased the Tiro. Thompson Keen was born In Madison county, Kv September 16, 1822, departed this life on March 11, 1898, in his seventy-fift- h year, five months and twenty-fiv- e 'days. He was initiated in Waco Lodge, No. 338, Al- yVNwMyS"ji siw !53fcaKlSjfi IT iimmmBmiKmama The fall trade and the holiday trade have come to a close, and having had the largest and most successful season during its business career, the S ALL - OVER - NOW! Busy Bee Cash Stores -- Has decided to commence the greatest- - . Specialty. Maktik Gentry, Eliza Waldiien, Rout. Wells, ) Com. ) CLOSING OUT AND CLEARANCE EVER HELD IN THE CITY; SALE Union City, March 12, 1S98. wgSKSSSSSSSSSSSsSSSSKSSSSSSSSSSS' Great Business Enterprise. DOUGLA RIGHT & COMPANY..., The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 30, - - 1S9S. Mr. William Watts, ono of Madison county's most enterprising and energetic young men, has started what he calls a "Frog Farm," a Bhort distance from this city, in which he has already sold a number of share. Mr. Watts' explanation in the raisins of frogs is quite interesting and still very simple. The motive of this can easily he seen when it is known that he has already taken orders from a number of Breweries for a large amount of hops that are accumulated duiing the summer months. Ho wants a number of joung men to assist him in gathering his crop, which will begin in about two weeks. Notla Single Item in this Great Store has escapeed the keen edge of our sharp knife. We did not stop at Overcoats, Clothing and Cloaks, hut went down the line and applied the cold steel to each and every department in the house. The cost of goods in many departments entirely lost sight of, our object being to close out the entire line. Our Overcoats and Cloaks have been slaughtered unmercifully. They all go out at less than the former price, and many of them almost given away to clean them up. Many of the very best things are still to be bad in this line and those who have waited until now to buy will reap a j) If you haven't bought your winter dress goods, dress trimmings or silks, come and get them. Don't think you haven't got the money, for just a little money goes a 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 sell ing in this great cut price sale good heavy, winter shoes for ladies at 69c per pair. Good winter boots for men at $1.19 per pair. Children's shoes almost put in to fill up the sack. I) rich harvest. cf Ssiall Pos in Fivo Days. t The excellent work performed by the 17o ITew Cases "Mp'j iieppij Pectoris Baved my child's life in o Advertisement will be received o g l.y THE CLTMAX with the guar- O antee that its circulation exceeds a that of any otherpaper published C q o in Richmond. , c & our vaccine points. Call at Perry Thomas' and get Chicken thieves are getting in their work at Kirksville. Frofch Perry & Thomas.,' Main vaccine points can be had street. at Plenty of garden teed and seed potatoes at the Blue Grass Grocery, where prices are always the lowest. Why hold claims when Thomas J. .smith, Jr., will cash them? 2t Kentucky. Before Dr. Hobson, Dentist, Richmond, mar3 hr call on Chas. Jacobs' the Main Street selecting your spring suit, tailor, city and county officials in providing a , House of Detention for parties who had been exposed to small pox, has all along commended itself to the intelligence of the community. But especially is this true at this time, for there has not been a new case in tlie city for fie days! While there have been cases to break out every day in the Houe of Detention, if these partieb had been allowed to remain in their homes in Richmond there would not have been money enough in Madison county to hae wiped out the disease. As it is, while it is burdensome, the succets in isolating the disease has been more than satisfactory. As Dt. McCormack remarked, the County Judge had the proper conception of economy by using eery effort to stamp out the disease at once. Hereunder is given the latest daily bulletin issued by the Health authorities: No. cases in hospital 24. No. suspects in camp 31. !No. very sick 3. No. new cases 1. No. deaths 0. No. from city 0. No. from county 0. No. Recovering Total cases 18. G. keen-edge- d an The tariff on woolen goods does not effect the prices in this sale, as we have applied our knife to the carpet stock and if possible cut deeper than any other department. If you need any carpets for your houses this spring buy them during this sale and save 25 per cent. We will ofTer during this sale one lot of about 400 pair ladies' oxfords at 69c per pair. There is not a slipper in this lot that is not worth from $1.25 up to $2 50. but sizes are all broken and the lot is com posed of several different kinds. Tan, black, white and all colors and shapes. Look through this lot while in the house, we want to close them out. attack of Croup o G. H. FRANKLIN, HALF-S1Z- E 99 7$ Tm I I Spring Qloihing Fashionably Eight, means to be recti dressed and perfectly fitted. Where, outside of our store, will you get the careful attention we Riye you as to every detail being absolutely right? - Bedford Springs, Va. BOTTLES, c' 50c jli. Nice bleached table damask. 23c per yard; good red table cloth, full width, fast colore, 17c per yard; good outing e black cotcloth will be sold at 4c per yard; full ton, clear of dressing, only 4Jc per yara; Green Ticket e Sea Island cotLonsdale, only Go 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- A Special Post House. The local Lodge of the Ancient Or der of United Workmen, at their meeting Friday night, resolved, that, in case any ot its members or their families should be stricken with small-poat once to erect a hospital for thpir special use. Otlier secret lodges have been called upon to join them in this movement. x, "Yj Spent it Here. W. A. Jones sold to John Galloway, of Silver Creek, a pair of mules for"$100. J. M. Poyntz, President Board of Health of M. C. Take your city and county claims to Thojaas J. Smith, Jr , who will pay -- t cash for same. Easter Sunday comes on April 10. This announcement is made for the lienefit of the ladies. Thomas J. Smith. Jr., will buy all county claims. OHlce on i itv and -- t Main street. M. E Sowards, of Million, lias taken a position as clerk for J. E. Eng lish. at 2s icliolasville. Perrv & Thomas can supply the co'inty with tlie freshest vaccine points to be had. Give them a rail. Circuit Court has tcen postponed at sit Iivmeon account of the small-ponation in the various counties. x TO THE PEOPLE OF THE COUNTY. Look at the immense stocks of our local merchants, note the quality and low prices of goods, and you will come to the conclusion that you can do better by buying all your supplies at home. .Spend your money here; it builds up trade and keeps tho money in circula tton. Look over the columns of The Climax every Wednesday morning and bee the progressive business houses represented. Dr. Young's Novel Idea. WE are just as much interested in havinir your suit fit perfect-I3- as YOU are. ;.SSSSSSgS?SSSSSgS Good fitting clothes are commenced on, friends notice it, you come back to us, your friends follow Even in the face of these facts you pay less for our clothing- than elsewhere. These are the points that have made our store the success it is j ur u. - Ir What we have left in underwear will be sold at the following prices: Children's 10c vests at 5c; 15c vests at 10c; 25e vests at loc; ladies 2oc 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 $1 vests will be closed at one price, 49c; drawers to match all vests, same price as vests. In this sale you can get good men's hats at 39c; real fur hats for men, nobby and stylish, at 09c. You can save from $1 to $4 on a trunk by taking advantage of this cut price sale. at ridiculously low prices. Men's suits and parts of suits will be sold in this sale Children's knee suits and youths and boys' long-pasuits have also felt the eirect of our cold steel. Even before going to print people are staring in amazement at the low prices we arc naming on goods and as this sale will be thoroughly advertised, our house will be jammed with eager purshasers. So get in line and follow the crowd. Get your plate of the peaches and creu in we are giving away before it is all gone. Than.kiug you before hand for your patronage of this sale and for your liberal past favors, we are very respectfully, to-da- y. LDHAM & COMPANY George T. Little, colored, has rethe janitorship at the Government building, to taUe eirect March 31. The City Council liasgrar.ted Power & Harris saloon license to retail liquor at their place of business on First street. The industrial meeting which was to be held Friday, April 1. has been I tetponed indefinitely on account of tlie small-poGeneral Gordon will deliver his of The Conn'v lectureat"First Days Opera House, Walton's federacy," Man ford, April?. Chas. Jacobs, the fashionable Main Street tailor, is turning out the handsomest suits ever seen in Richmond. Examine his V nice present will be given free making next Saturday to every peit-oa purchase amounting to one dollar at the B'ue Grass Grocerv. The house of Nathaniel Cotton, Sr., near Paint Lick, w as burned Tuesday night. The fire was caused from flue Total Io6S. No insurance. Our Farry Queen flour is the finest on tiiis market- - Try a banel, only $5.90. No other flour in Richmond made by some prossess. Blue Grass Grocery. As I am going to leave the city iny accounts must be collected at once, or same will be put in the hands of an officer for collection. - signed ill be speedily stamped out of the county. We recommend that people stay at home, vaccinate themselves and children, keep all strangers out of your homes. Tramps, peddlers and agents are practiculary to be avoided. Be con serative and cautious in all things. JudgeFcott has very wisely decided to adjurn Circuit Court for two weeks so as to avoid exposing jurors and litigants. We think it would he wise for the people to let County Court day go by without an attendance, so that no further spread may occur. We will furnish the press bulletins of the condition's of all cases daily so you will know the situation tor yourselves, aud not be dependent upon the rumors which are at all timesexaggerated, and unreliable. Not a single deatti has at the hospital so far, and the very best discipline and order prevails. small-pox We are glad to report that the situation which promised to be so grave has greatly improved. All cases and suspected cases have been removed to the Hospital, and not one case now in this city. The two cases in the county have been brought in, and then is indication that w x. Board of Health M. C. A. W. Smith M. D. Health Officer City of Richmond. A J. M. Poyntz Pret. New Kind of Cook Stove. Taylor Bros, are showing at their hardware store a new blue flame oil cooking stove that every hocsewife should see. It does all kinds of cooking, for large or small families cheaper, neater and quicker than by tho old method. Call and see it. Will Contest. A W. Creekmore has filed notico to the effect that he will contest tlie local option election held in the Glade district last Friday. He claims that the original petition did not contain 25 per cent, of the vote of the district The case will come before Judge Scott at the April term of Circuit Court. An Opera House Seems Now a Certainty. P. Akmeb. prints horse cards Climax Eggs Shipped to California. just as good as can be printed any place, and better than they are printed Sheriff II. H. Colyer received an orat most places. Call and get prices der Friday from W. K. Mellon. Kerk-woobefore going elsewhere. California, for Bronze Turkey and Ply moth Rock eggs. Mr. Colyer's B. B. Million. Special Coinmis reputation as a poultry raiser, is very sioner for Jesse Ktjwb8 estate, sold extensive. He is receiving orders last Wednesday at Jenkins' store two from all over the United Stateu. Setracts of land. One piece brought $5 quel an advertisement in tho Climax. and ihe other $S per acre. Kicked to Death. in Believing that tin small-poA special from Lanctvster to the control and Richmond is well under yesterday, says; "Morris not that further spread of the disease is will Tiroes of residing at Preachorsville, Parrish, likely, the Caldwell High School open doors tomorrow and resume work. near here, was kicked on the head by a wild horse this morning, and died John YanWinkle, who assanlted almost instantly." He was a nephew Leonard Malicatc at Berca last week, of Mrs. W. E. Myers, this city, Mrs. A. was arrested in Garrard county Thurs- T. Chenault, John .XV. and Peter mch23-2- t D. The Climax can state upon good authority that Richmond is to hae a new Opera House, to be located on Main Street, near the Government Building. It will be 120 feet deep, 50 feet wide, one story high, stage 35x50 feet, elevated seats, opera chairs, electric lights aud every comfort and convenience. The d, x Par-rib- h, day by Sheriff Colyer and brought to this place. Malicate's condition is still serious.' The spring meeting of the Kentucky Association, which was announced to begin April 9, has been declared off, and for the first time in 57 years there will be no spring meeting at Lexington. Richmond goes Mt. Vernon a few better and xeports a sulphur show every morning. It wouldn't do to allow a mountain town to forge ahead even in the manufacture of ' brim- of this count-- Winchester Court. J. A. Ramsey, Auct., reports 250 cattle on the market. 21 Tennessee stears, 850 lbs., brought $42.50; 20 gooJ long earling852 w; u common yeuniugs ?19.50; 10 heiter calves $10.00; 10 400 lb. heifers $18.00; one lot 300 lb. heifers 12.50: milch cows S30 to $35; 4 dry cows $25. Small crowd in town as the day was rainy and disagreeable. Chicken Thief Killed. stone." KentuckyColoneL Mr. J. R. Iett. of Lafollette, Tenn. was here lat week with three car loads of catt e for Mt. Sterling conrt nav. He sola GO head here at 5 cents. Mr. Lett has been through here with cattle for about eighteen years, and is acquainted vith many stock dealers. Although a staunch Republican he 3eautltul Sea Shells. wants Madison eounty news through the Climax and subscribed therefore. Every oun admires theml iSiuce P-- Palmer has moved Ids coming South, I have received numerE. H. from Northern jieople handsome line of jewelry Into tho ous inquiries and now am prepared sea shells, I you'Miells. Bright building on Main street, and foransweryes. to extends a cordial invitation to tho for have madeI can send collection of I public to call ana" examine tho most i,Tnl,. utiolis- hnthquite aonrowifcoast. frnm ot jeweiry ever urouni complete line reefs, and some beautiful . to Richmond. It is well worth your ' the coral the Wost 1 from time to call and look through bis line ones mail a dowffl, no two alikenpjroy nothing of will of Spring novelties, to say 1 a n aft mma vt m a "H 'pvnrj. diamonds, watches, clocks, and other -- one wno eeu e oh?i pretty things only to be j valuable and f TL.f.a f"'.w." h i .KitivuTarai t: iiJ- geen in H ft Palmer's. St. J India-IslandsI Last week Luther Johnson, ii notorious chicken thief of Montgomery county, Went to the home of Cas. Prewitt and stole a number of chickens. Tn returning he attempted to cross the railroad track in front of a train, fell through a cow gap and was cut to pieces by the cars. He had in a sacfe. nineteen ttean chickchs a men he.had stolen. Winchester Democrat. Richm?;, w.. r- The following special from here appeared in several of the city dalies: "In connection with the Cuban question Rev. G. W, Young, pastor of the "? CYottvvfcYs. Methodist Chinch, of ibis city, has evolved proposition. It is for Ad to & & $ $ &s Nfl i the United States Government to acquire the Island of Cuba either by con?k 7JJ 75 quest or purchase, lay oil the land in sections and offer it to the colored people of the United States for a homestead, on condition of five years' occuCostly Napkin Ring. Another Prominent Lcgington Man Suicides. pancy and stipulated improvements. At the auction at Squire Armor's A few weeks ago President Skinner He believes this will solve both the Cuban and the colored race problems." jewelrv store on Saturday night a nap- of Hamilton College, Lexington, died, kin ring worth $1.50 was knocked off which is said to have prayed upon the Ttto Traces Firci Bodily. at 53. The ring had two Spanish fig- mind of Mr. Price, a personal friend J. B. Williams, white, and John Sin- ures engraved upon it, and tho an- and prominent citizen committed suigleton, colored, from Middlesborough, nouncement of the fact got the crowd cide. Tlie fiist man to reach the lat tramped into town yesterday and were so stirred up that there was a miniture ter's side was his friend H A. Guthrie, promptly taken in tow by Chief Feeny. war in a teapot. Everybody wanted of the well known dry goods firm of n Berkeley, Guthrie & Watson, They previously had a sham fightpur the ring, but it finally went to a citizen who intends to melt it then, so we are informed by a citizen posely to get in jail for lodging, but the Captain has orders against small into a silver bullet and send it to Cuba here who claims to know, Mr. Guthrie pox suspects and tramps, and laid the to bo used at the first shot fired at the has been a changed man and on Friday Spanish soldiery. last he suicided by shooting himself. law down to them thus: Bad health is the real cause. Just be'You. fellows can go to the pest The Gentrys. fore the act he kissed his little boy house or leave town at the muzzle of He was 54 years old, anil this pistol " Not liking the former Gen. W. II. Gentry, of Fayette, has good-bymedicine tney marched out of town in issued invitations to all the Gentrys to leaves a wife, formerly Miss Pattie front of the Lhief who said "The last meet in leunion at Crab Orchard Roberts, of Frankfort, and three chiltime I saw them they were clean out Springs, Aug 1, the object being to dren. of sight." bring together as many I of tho name K. of P. Resolution. who have decended from ihe RevoluA Crooked Agent. White Lodge, No. 43 K of P. at tho tionary soldier, Richard Gentry, who is buried near those Springs on the regular meeting Wednesday night, re A stranger, giving liis name as W. alizing the situation "and dangers of Lt. White, and claiming to represent old Gentry place; also the decendants that is midst, an insurance company of Millersburg. ot his brother David, two sisters, AVin-n- the malady for the now in our of the took steps protection and Oney, and ot his uncles, Mar- members aud Ky., made his appearance in Georgetown several days ago. Ho at once tin, Watson, William and Moses Gen- any of them their families, should be went into the country on a soliciting try, all of whom came from Virginia. dreadful disease. stricken with this Tho following moStanford Journal. tour. His plan was to collect apartof tion being unanimously adopted: the money in advance, telling his cus'That tomers that he would return to George- Tho 3. IT. Z. & S. Salo Slumps stricken should any member become with small pox, that the town, write out the policies and scud Again. Lodge erect its own hospital, furnish day. Several parties from them next trained nurses and physicians, PhilThe Guarantors Finance whom he obtained money came to adelphia, has failed, which Co., ofcaused and all other necessaries for the comhas town to get. their policies, but White fort of its bad left. He obtained at least $100, ihe failure of the Peoples Rank ot appointed members." The committee to Eee if this alprobably more. A woman was with Philadelphia, which bank had loaned to lowed was most graciouslywould be the granted the former over $000,000 on woithless White. Georgetown News. collateral. This revelation caused the piivilege. This is a movo that should cashier of the Peoples Bank to commit be commended by all and we e.vtend Sure Cure For The Worst Case ot suicide. She Guarantor Finance Co congratulations to their valiant knightis the security for Siegel in purchase of hood. can be the R. N. I. & R. Riohard F. Loper, The worst case of small-po- x cured in three days simply bv the use V. P. of the Finance Co., its leading spirit and a partner of Siegel, has also of cream of tartar. One ounce of cream of tartar disolved assigned. It is thought these complications may in a pint of water, drank at intervals cause Siegel to fail to pay for the R. K. Stimulate the stomach, when cold, is a certain remedy. I & B. His 1st sale bond, amounting to rouse the liver, cure biliousIt has cured thousands, never leaves $125,000, has been due since February 26, ness, headache, dizziness, a mark, never causes blindness, and and no part of it has been paid. The tour stomach,K constipation. by all druggists. Sold lrice remainder will fall due April 11. If it etc only 1111s toctnts. with Hood's Sarsaparilla. avoids tedious lingering. take The Climax is indebted to Mrs. is not all paid then, Siegel will forfeit The Josiah B. Willis for this prescription the $25,000 he was required by the Couit William Osterhage murdered his wife Modern to put up as a guarantee. which she procured from at Vincennes, Iud , and committed suiFamily Physician," a treaties of recogcide. Called To Corbin. nized authority. The farmer, mechanic and the Elder J. Robert Boatman has accepted bicycle rider arethe Killed at Louisville. liable to unexpected a call to preach to the Christian church bruises. DeWitt's Witch Hazel of C. C. Mc- at Corbin, and has taken up his work at cuts and the best thing to keep on hand. Bart Cardwell, step-soSalve is Donald, formerly of this city, was that place. Mr. Boatman has a host of It heals quickly, and is a well known killed by a train atXiOuisville Tuesday. frieuus in every part of Madison county cure for piles. Douglas & Wines, DrugThe Times bays: who will regretfully learn of his gist. Burt Cardwell, aged nineteen, was He came here as a college boy The river is rapidly rising at Paducah mangled by a Louisville, Henderson five years ago and took instant rank and St. Louis train at Fourteenth and among the students in all the activities and considerable alarm is felt. Madison streets, leceiving injuries of college life. Having bad experience from which he died a few hours later in the ministry he was called to . Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the at the City Hospital. Young Card-we- ll the pastorate of f wo of our leading coun- finest liver and bowel regulator ever inayl ly was employed at Avery's plow ty cnurches. since preaching to several made. factory. Cardwell had been snbject to other Christian churches here. He is a Water stands three feet deep all over epileptic fits, and it is supposed that lovable, courageous, the town of Sherrodsville, O. he fell during one of them. He was christian gentleman, able to hold his the only support of his aged grand- own in aflairs of church or State, ahas Thousands of sufferers from grippe mother, Mrs. Whittle, who lives in been well attested by his career in this have been restored to health by One Minute Cough Cure. It quickly cures Cottage alley, Detween .cievenm anu county. Twelfth. While extending to Corbin our sin- coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia, cere congratulations over this acquisi- grippe, asthma, and all throat and lung A Disgrace to the City. tion to her citizenship we feel no less the disease. Douglas & Wines, Druggist. That the City authorities should al- Ioes that Madisou sustains by the deparGreat damage is being done to raillow a dumpiqg'ground for refuse and ture of this young minister. roads in several States by floods. to exist right in the heart of the filth citv, and within a block of the governRare Chance to Buy Fine Furniture Cheap. Everybody Says So. ment building, is hard to believe. But Cascarets Cand v Catliartic, the most wonTho first column of our second page perthere it is, to speak for itself, and p m derful medical discovery of the age. gently ol startling sons passing up North Street from contains a list we .counneud bargains as and refreshing to tno taste, act the firm Third have frequently been compelled furnituieand south of Cincinnati. Mr. and positively on kidneys, Hvcrond bowels, clcausing tlio entire system, dispel colds, to hold their noses. To say nothing of the foremost Brower constipation the euro headache, jeopardizing the health of residents on Charles F. he was ahas been inthat bus and biliousness. fever, hahitur.l and try a bor Please buy boy and North and Fifth Streets, who tiave. it iness isince a long time ago. He is was of O. C. 10, 23, SO cents. Sold and Is 6aid, begun to complain of the nuis- upwards of of houae lurnishings the guaranteed to cure by all druggists. in ance, this is a beautiful spectacle for finest judge as ft salesmai'is avalkinK America and "Fighting Bob" Evans was ordered to strangers to behold. If this irresistible. Mr. Brower Chestei is suffered to remain until warm weath- fraukly field us that his best patrons take command of the battleship Towa. tells er it will be a fraitful source of feversPlymouth Rock'Eggs For Sale. come.from Madison, tayette, and perhaps more contagious mala- - Scott, Bourbon, Clark and Woodford, adjoining Aiae f'nmnl flint. IS ntso TTiadn of afrfmArhurklo will sell Barred Mr. . ilar""Bink" between Fifth and Laurel, counties, drawn thither by his adver- Plymouth Rock eggs at $h per setting In the Climax. Wa doubt the tisement and between Moberley and Walnut. compliment, for once you, enter the of 15, roosters thisseason from Sid ConJtegister. palatial furniture emporium you are N Y. The man who wrote the above is a captivated b the wealth of furniture ger Ind.,iind E. B. Thompson stocfc all sold. For Indian game eggs, coward. He belongs to that class who disnla'ved and the courtesy shown to AY. Ar eecretly make complaints, but ask the rmasa'ut or banker. A purchase gives at same price, apply 10 Mrs. same Jor both. this means more sales for satisfaction authorities" to withhold his name t?in tfm and therein lies .the secret Mrs. 31. FArbuckle, when proceedings are necessary to de- their success, their comphmoutrto tlie iireek- -, Why "were not' Cumv x notwithstanding. Keeutneaa, bate, such nuisances. jadiooii County. . - teyer.-for- jt t txllcsjifuil.e' u. Ts..nthe above complBiats reported to thtf it ; r ; feb23 lm ; s!e'm- Wo&tltt s T?Yo$Yessje ? ijK7lTii7fiR'fR 40-ac- well-know- A little boy askel for a bottle of "get CUBAN OIL cures up in the morning as fast as you can," Cut--, Burns, Bniics, Rheu the druggist recognized a household matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. name for "DeWitt's Little Early Risers" and give him a bottle of those famous G.Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. White. little pills for cocstipation, sick headDougache, liver and stomach troubles. Mrs. George Henry Harlan was burnlas & Wines, Drug'ist. ed to a crisp in Maury county, Tenn. A mob killed a negro who attemptCascakets stimulate liver, kidneys and ed to assalt a white woman at Moultrie, bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. Ga. mavl-l- y 10c. Don't Tobacco Spit ant Smoko Your Ufa Away. ... - - Everybody Knows .... ooaa'si Zfm T. V..oB e OS a 9 3 99 as e. ie Tetter, and Eczema. Tho intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It The President hrs been informed that is equally efficient for itching piles and the Spanish torpedo Flotilla sailed from a favorite remedy for sore nipples; the Canary Island.. chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. M. L. "i'ocum, Cameron, Pa., says "I was a sufferer for ten years, trying most Dr. Cndy's Condition Powders, are all kinds of pile remedies, but without just what a. horse needs when in bad success. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve condition. Tonic, blood purifier and was recommended to me, I u&od one vermifnge. They are not food but box. It has effected a permanent cure." medicine and tho best in use to put a permanent cure for piles DeWitt's horse in prime condition. As a Price 25 Witch Hazel Salve has no equal. Doug- cents per package. las & Wines, Druggist. Gus Coulter i3 the new Master ComThe United States can put 10,000 men missioner of Graves Circuit Court. hours. in Cuba in twenty-fou- r Now wonder-worke- r, Salt-Rheum If you want to quit tobacco usiujr easily and forever, bemaaowell.stronp, magnetic, full of new Jifc aud vigor, take tlie tnat makes weak men strong. Many gain tju pounds in ten days. yocr Over 400,000 cured. Buy druggist, under guarantee to cure, 60c or !.). Booklet and simple mailed free. Ad. Sterling ltemcdy Co., Clucozo or New York. A large factory now in Illinois is tiating for a site in Paducah. nego- Our Spring Stock is now open and ready for inspection. PRIC WAY I Small-Po- x. never-failin- g Hoo Pills is Tho Time Needed Bracing Up. To purify your blood with Hood's Sar' I was feeling very much run down saparilla. March, April, May are the and needed a bracing up medicine. I trying months of the year. At this began taking Hocd's Sarsaparilla and season your blood is loaded with impurisoon felt stronger and better. My ap- ties which have accumulated during petite returned and I gained in weight. tho winter, and these impurities must When tho yellow lever broke out I did be immediately expelled. Hood's Sarnot take it, although e.xpossed to the saparilla is the One True Blood Purifier. dkease." G. Hall, 8 Ashland Court; It is the medicine with has accomplished many thousands of ramarkable Memphis, Tenn. cures of all blood diseases. It is what in the spring to build Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. MaileJ the millions take for 25c. by C. I. Hood &. Co., Lowell, up health and ward off sickness. inar9-lMass. lt Ed Flogel's baby came near choking to The ofllcera of the battleship Maine have been ordered home from Havana. death on a bobin at Arlington. When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, feeling you m if J We are busy arranging our stock and making low prices on everything. Come and look at them. wM Suits for Everybody. Hats for Everybody Furnishings' fot Everybody. Shoes for Everybody. n je. broad-minde- d, eas-a- nt a y; cess-po- M.-F- le. Post-offi- ce -- -- - ,-- i- 2 I HI i -- - 3 1 r .- - -- ." w. at . mi -- "jj; TTant-ajdrv- For that tired must enrich candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c-and purify your blood. Hood's Sarmay5 lyr saparilla is the medicino you need, lt behave the Tobacco No lives were lout in the accident to ing earlier plantsfor severalprospect of years. than tho Pennsylvania train at Cojurabus, Ind. PIHttolNUB'AN TEA CUreS D?sI)eP' Don't bolt your food, it irritates your Elillilvl v sic. Constipation and Indistomach. Chose digestible food and gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Sold by Ferry & Thcm&s, successors to W. chew it. Indigestion is a dangerous sickness. Proper care prevenis it. O. White. Shaker Digestive Cordial cures it. That Mayfield and Benton have followed is the long and short of indigestion. Paducah by adopting curfew ordinances. Now, the question is: Have you got indigestion? Yes, if you have pain or lSrst of All. dibcomfort after eating, headache, dizzi To cleanse the system in a gentel and ness, nausea, offensive breath, heart- truly beneficial manner, when thespring-tim- o burn, laugour. wejikne83, fever, jaundice comes, use the true and perfect loss of appetite,irr.lability,constipation, remedy. Syrup of Figs. Buy the genetc. Yes. you have indigestion. To uine. Manufactured by the California cure it, take Shakers Digestive Cordial. Fig Syrnp Co only, and forale by all The medicinal herbs and plants of druggists, at 5C cents per bottle. which Soakers Disestive Cordial is com mar 3 lm posed, help to dttest thefood in your stomach; help lb strengthen your The Lexington Postoffice is slated for stomach. When yijur stomach is strong, Clay Elkin, and it is Mild he will land care will keep it so. Shakers Digestive this week. Cordial is for sale Hy druggists, price 10 (ireat Oral cents to $1 00 per pottle. lt of unnecessaryA expenditure of lime and It is estimated jhat $250,000 damage money may be saved if you will only wascausedby th flood at Columbus, keep a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup 'I Ohio. of Pepsin in the house. sickness is form the Almost every raan in America has all ordinary organ in proper stomach; condition that some digestive trouble. "When men keep all will be well. Syrnp Pepsin ua meet, the greeting usually is. "Well and Trial size "bottles 10c, large are you?" ':hat' develops health specific. and $1.00. of B. L. Middle ton how talk. The man uho has no bowel or sizes 50c mar3-lstomach trouble lis almost a curiosity. Measles are giving toe Arlington Trouble is men take no care of themselves. They eatjjas though they IimI youngsters something to stay at home copper stomachs land bowels of brass. from school for. By and by, nverjrked nature rebels. It is StriHge Then comes headaches, nervousness, they never bad blood, liver Iknd kidney troubles. lhat some people who-saDr. Pierce's Plea&ant Pellets furnish read patent medicine advertisements help for constipation and torpid liver, will lie found luggingf home every new eick and bilious! lieadache, dizxinees, and then a bottle of some favorite remdy sour stomach, lossj of Appetite, indiges-Mod- ? of. theirs. We'don'Mbother you with a or dyspepsia, windy belchings, much reading but jnsrak ycn.te-.tr"heartburn," paidjand distress altercat- 10c t rial bottle of Dt', Cold well's IjrrBp ing, H&d kisdred jaeraBgemente of the Pepsin for cwwHpatiog. iadiwrioa tad liver. stoffiaehlJHjH.bowew. Accept bo MBaehvtKMiUe5QetMt2 S1.0 sabjtttHte- ,U MS, &nttMWUU 3 . Nine-tent- hs m y ft!viNftiN: SK S K fe CO JU 3 .5 'J. o s H. i." -- J. Tie CMUr, STRENGj Tk Fmokr, The Skier, Tk JWitr. 4l. - WH ly 0- L i' ' J f. a "! 'S r .J i'T- '"f ,'ltT?"U,U'S, 4IEv t &rTAT. 1 " - ..' J" T?"" ' -- i'S1 tT" ""V - fc'1 ",""" 5"".-,.-- .!. , - P9-HI 1 . '23 " , o i - blSCeLore.d Spots on thafline is only fit to be furnished to ment and the opposing of an insane asylum. Every man who ha3 senso enough to gd in out of the rain can see very clearly from the course of these newspapers nnd their followers that Tho Dispatch was not mistaken in charging that tho alliance of 1890 between Mark Hanna and tho gold bugs of this State is still in existence, and only waiting for the time to come when another effort will bo made to rob tho majority pf the peoplcof Kentucky of the right to govern themselves, or to bo bend in tho electoral college in behalf of their choice for President. The election law is as distasteful to them as the hangman's rope is to the convicted felon. They havo seen the handwriting on the wnll and the Belshazzar feasts in which they linve been accustomed to participate with the fltiaucial magnates of Wall street have been broken up, and the very thought of it makes their angry passions rise, and evokes from them cures both loud and deep. Their ravings against this sweet music to thc ears of true Democrats, because it is a confession that they have been foiled in their villainous schemes for robbing tho honest voters of Kenlucky. Every true Democrat in the State should make it a part of his business to see that the election law is properly understood and correctly represented to the rank and file of the voters, and wo hope that every ren.l-e- r of The Dispatch who reads this article will pass it to some other Democrat who needs tho information, or help to spread it. It is tho assurance which this law gives us of honest elections that makes certain the election of Democratic Congressmen in the Democratic districts in this State next November, the election oi a Democratic Governor and Legislature in 1S99, tho return of Joe Rlackburn to tho Senato, and insures the electoral vote of Ken- .tucky for William Jenning Bryan in 1900. These are results which are inevitable under an honest administration of tho election law, and it will bo honestly administered by honorable men in every county in the State. law-ar- e who-will Jl...jdi W! I ;? 'V. y r '. fTt?ii?y . 1 Rzx-d- r I 1 VCTki can think of tome Btrapld tnliztoraUeotl TrYotoct Tosr Idew; thT may brier yon wealth. CO- - Jaleat WrtU JOHN WKODEJUWK.N WMnjutu. D. C, for tbotr i.SJU prue oflet t ol two honored InreaUona wanted. Wanted-- An Idea feffS Fros Tiie Sl&nd'joisi oflis Friends the inmates THE GOEBEL ELECTION Louisville Dispatch.J LAW. forces left the gory field to the reflections of the moon. it ALL WOMEN Should know-tha- t "Old Time." Kpmcdy, Whether the wound in tho young man's liand atoned for the wound in tho kid's heart our informant did not state, .but is hoped that both are healed and that hostilities have forever ceased. A MERCHANT'S the Prankforl Si .iidiuli Mmj. 1, 1S97.1 In ESect March DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. Lre Frankfort. Arr Elkborn Stamping Ground on-rtown... tun. .680 e . p.m. 3 00 5 Sflticr. DnralU y .. . -n- . . 6 51 7 02 7 08 320 358 4 4 4 4 3 SI 3 48 IS 30 41 52 4 SS 5 10 720 S . Lre GeoTRctown Art Newtown.. Centreville Klaabeth Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant 82 and refreshing to the taste, and acts 8 40 Paris gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, WEST BOUND. a.m. p.m. Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys5 30 .. 9 20 Lve Pari 9 32 5 42 tem effectually, dispels colds, head.. Arr Kliiabeth 5 4S 938 Centreville .. 9 48 55S aches and fevers and cures habitual Newtown. 0 10 constipation. ..10 00 Georgetown Syrup of Figs is the .10 40 630 l,vc Georgetown 6 41 ..10 59 only remedy of its kind ever proDuvall. Arr 6 48 ..11 10 Stamping Ground.... .11 25 6 69 duced, pleasing to tho taste and acSwitier 7 06 ..11 S5 Klkhora. ceptable to the stomach, prompt in 7 20 .11 65 Frankfort its action and truly beneficial in its C. D. P.KKIAW. fien'l Tass. Apent effects, prepared only from the most GEO. B. HARPER, GenM Supt. healthy and agreeable substances, its Frankfort. Kentucky. many excellent qualities commend it to nil and havo made it the most k:-y- . Dk 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 rclinblo druggist who may not have it on hand will proWEST BOUND. one who xIrtston Accom .. 6 55 am cure it promptly for any MU Sterling and .. 7 30 am Etsletn Express for Louisville wishes to try it. Do not accept any 3 00 pni Morehead and Loxinctou Acconu. 4 50 pin ,. substitute. Ntw York Limited V. F. V . . 00 8 12 822 . -- -- li . . EAST BOUND. Lexington and Morehead Accom.. New York Limited K. F. V. Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 9 15 am 11 . . am pm pni iMwmmml itinti trains ran daiW prcertt Sun d iv. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping and dining car service to N --it York. For information, rate? or sleeper reservations K. HOOD. Acent L.N.Ry., caTI on or write Richmond. Ky. GEORGE W. BARNEY. or It?.. Iexington. Ky. D. V. A 58 6 30 9 23 SAN FRASCISCO. U)UISY1U, AT. A'r CAL. TOiX. H.T. JanWy LOUISVILLE . LOUISVILLE, KY. CiO EASIER THAI EVER HOT The present schedule of Illinois Central Railthe time to road, In addition to has made it "Easier Memphis and New Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas. Mexico. Arizona and California The rplendid train service with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vcstibuled "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned territoryThe Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly PullmMB Tourist Car tat California, ..9 25pm Lve Louisville every Thursday . . ..8 18am Arr Memphis Friday. . 7 45pm Friday Arr New Orleans Lve NewOrleansFriday .8 20pm . 8 45am Arr Houston Saturday 4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday 2 45pm Arr Elpaso Sunday 9 20pra Arr Los Angeles Mondav . 5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday Iks ii cpkHian European and The L:idies" Restauraut is the finest in the city. Every convenience for ladies spending the day in the city. Gentlemen's Cafe on Oflicc floor. Ik Tr ffntc Et U Cififcrsk. MUSIC : Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to mentioned will do well to comthe municate with It. H. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, louisville. Ky. W. Alkosd Keiaod. A. U. P. AA H Hansok. G P. A.. Lonisville. Ky. -. Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evening. TEOS. A. MULLIGAN, decl-l- y MANAGER. Chicago. 111. dec29-l- y P.. N. !. & B. R. 1st Class. B. Sun-da- Time Table No. 31, Taking Kffect December o, 1SW. I Rock j. taacj Tvtc, Sab, axvA. kast Boosn. Versailles Nicholasviiie Vallev View Million Richmond. Union Moberlev. RrassSctd Panola .. e. N-- , I No- - Ex Sun Ex Sua, Ex Sanj A. M. 10 22 11 11 11 11 . J j Sd Class. Np s , for: ovrvado P.M. 6 52 7 SS 8 00 8 12 8 30 . A.M. 5 S& 6 43 8 28 8 54 Vcc&CTv bus... Com-pani- 0! 26 41 SS IX 16 35 P. M. ' j 9 IS M 60 10 S 10 25 IB 40 11 35 Irvine " 12 12 12 12 1 . Konr of the best Fire Insurance in the United States. Losses paid promptly. 36 .... west bound. Panola BrassneM Moberley Union Riehmoml. Million Valley View Versailles .w. 3 Na. 4 i No. 6 .NO. 10 iBx Suu Kx SunlEx Sun.Ilx Sun . In the Prudental, you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we apain ivc the best We will not transact business with irresponsible companies. 5e2-l- y 261 Second Irvine A. M. i P. M. 1 25 50 P. M. i A. M 11 M 1 L'p'Stairs. Street, 1 1 605 620 C34 2 12 3 10 209 225 J 4 55 05 1 20 1 45 2 4 IS' 15 350 6 35 iticholasvillc 35 5A f r SS so 3 5 I THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE 40 P. M. P. M. P. M. All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. Alt trains connect with C. N. C.tT. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK. Train Dispatcher. W. H ADAMS. Superintendent. A. M. Long Troubles and EConsumplorii Can Cured. be An Eminent New York Chemist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. and Scientist L. & JS'. B. R. K. O. DIVISION. lx Effect Nov. 7, 1S98. LV. A. M. G.20 l'ri. Mavsville. Win(cluster and lexiuptoni -' KtMvss for Cincinnr.ti,: wml r. a. 7.20 akv ffiH-innat- i. r. ;vill. Winch enter and. jxiucton niHil. 2.00 m. Pitrif. Mavs-- I 1.00 12 55 a. m. linlon,Jel!ico,Kuosvillei 3.19 Fast line for Cincinnati, r. m. 3.19 Paris Winchester. 11.43 r m. Rowland. Lancaster and' A. M. 11.43 A. M J , tl viwrsuin, 3oaiJon, Jel-JI1.05 I'ineville. 'Kas line for Livingston, h. I 1.15 Stanford. 10:10 Rowland, Lancaster and 7:30 Stanford. 7:05 For I nnher particulars call on or address, KCPER HOOD. The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocma. demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption (Iulra&nary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lunc and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting away, will send THREE FREE UOTTLBS (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Cusui 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 humanity as can be claimed by anv modem genius. His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in anv climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of" gratitude," riled in his Ame-icand European laboratories in thousaua fom those cured in all parts of the world. Medical cxper concede that bronchial, chest and lung tro isles lead to Consumption, which, uninteirupted, means speedy ana ceran Telephone 78. At. .QL m sli-- ll. KASTnunwn. F. SOUTHERN tain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum. M. C, 93 Pine street. New York, giving postotSce and express address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer ily7-l- y in the Ricuuoxn Cuxu. r RniLWflY. 1 J,n7nvwngv7vwyg IN KKXTUCKY In rflMl j i Irv ' O. 1802. No-3- . Ar Ar ,w.iUm mtcvh's . .w.;iam .. Ar Ar ' "No. a wKsriKi'Mi. f. 7JTiam Ar Kfthm: Ar ....... (9.16am S.2Tam: Ar SlwllHrllkt. Ar LoulvWl- - .. .. JHtSOuin 1 Lmiirtli T jtailht 5am! 4 U&pm 7.45pra 0.14am, 5. 4Jun 907pm Nat Xo.5. ' A Book OUR for Young and Old. WECUKtl NERVOUS BLOOD fiiun 9jti(n Ciifjim 10(pm 7 JUpm 10.35jia No. 2. "Ko.4. Tlio wisdom and justice of the new election law was vinijicaled by the figures furnished in a. speech in the house of representatives n tiny or two ago, delivered by Representative Wheeler, of this State. Sir. Uolscn had the effrontery to charge tiro democrats of' the First Congressional district with tho commission of election fraudF. Mr, Wheeler replied to him vindicating the' First district against that charge, and turned the light on the elections of the Eleventh district In his speech Mr. Wheeler said that while the election returns in his district were all at Frankfort within t hours niter the the polls closed in 1E9G, some of the returns from the Eleventh district could not be obtained for three weeks after the election. This of itself shows" that tho returns m the Eleventh district were held back for tho purpose of padding them so as to show the necessary number of votes to overcome the Democratic majority and give tho electoral vote of this State to McKinley. Wo can not understand why any man who calls himself a Democat should object to the passage of n law by n Democratic Legislature which will compel the people of the Eleventh distnet and of tho Fifth district, to hold honest elections and nntkehouestretuinsof tho lcsalt. If there are Democrats noTr in this" State who btill object to tho new election law they should give, attcr.tion to the figures which Mr. Wheeler furnished in his speech. He says that in tho election of 1S04 Mr. Gulsou, the Republican cantli daio for Congress i a tho Eleventh district, received l.olS voles, while Mr. Hendrick, the Democratic nominee in the First district at that election, received 13,912 votes, 'ow notice tho changes which occurred two years later in those two district: Cohon received 22,404 votes in 1S9G in the Eleventh district, and Wheeler received 14.S0S votes in the First district, showing that the vote of the Eleventh disr.net was raised in two years 7,700 votes, while tho increase in the First district was only S9G votes. ao fair minded aud honest man can the face of these figures, that there was an honest election in the Eleventh distiicf. There was no immigration into the district ro account for this remarkbale conspiracy between Mark Hanna and his satellites in this State to steal the State at all hazards. The Republican vote was artificially raised from 21.S01 to 29.1CC, an increase in two years of 8,3(5 votes. This is not half of the story. Mr. Wheeler shows that the Democratic vote of Kentucky in 1S92 was 175.4GI and the Republican vote 135.441. In IStKJ the Democratic vote was 217.S40 and the Republican vote was 21S,11, according- to the face of the returns, shovring that while the Democrats polled 42,030 more votes hi 1SIK5 than in 1.S04. that the Republicans, by fraud and corruption, raised their vote S2.000 in tho same time. A part of this villsnous work was done here in tho Fifth district, and was done by the most notorious and flagrant fraud and corruption. Of course tiie Democrats could have carried theDemocraticcoun- ties, and could have relied on the hon esty of the Democratic county judges, hut they should bear in mind the fact that under the old law the State has been twice lost to the Democratic party, and the result certainly stolen from them in 1S0G. Tho election law was a necessity,"not only for honest elections. but for the protection of the rights of the Democratic niajorty in this State. To have gone into another election without changing tho law would have been not only an invitation to the thieves who stoles the State in 1396 to steal it again in 1900, but it would have been a con fossion in advance that the Democratic party was too cowardly to befittogovern the btate. It is all right for tho cold bug allies of the Republican party to kick against the election laws, because it makes their treachery unprofitable for the future it is an interference with their business of helpinc to rob the Democratic party of power' in this State but we have no patience with anv man who calls himself a straight Democrat nnd continues now to kick against his party for protectinc itself, nnd protect ing the rights of the honest voters of the State. The milk and cider variety of Democrats who follow the lead of the Post and Times, and lorrow their arguments from them, will either be compelled eventually to revolt against such leadership or , they will land in tie Republican party, where these newspapers belongs and were ordered to go by the Democratic State Convention which met at Frankfort. Some of our red-hfriends, who were denouncing these papers in unmeasured terms for their treachery to the Democratic party not less than six months ago. were disposed to follow their leadership in their warfare against the election bill, but we hope they have recovered by this time. While the Courier-Journis more bitter and against the election law and the Democratic party than it has ever been, the insane Tost continues to rant about the l being for the election bill. Such rot as it publishes on . forty-eighed PLEASE TRY LETTER of tho Surgical To Dr. Hariman, President Hold. V Marshall is a neat littlo city of 7,000 population in the State of Texas. Among its jnauy enterprising merchants is Mr. V. E. Wyatt. ta In a recent letter to Dr. Hartman, Mr. Wyatt says: "I have been afllicted with la grippe four times and the last time was worse than the first. I began to think, after trying several remedies without any relief, that the disease could not be cured. Two years ago was the last time T had an attack oi it. I decked to try and got six bottles. Tho firet!htle I look did me more good than all Pe-ru-- Is the best for Female Troa&les. Corrects all trreRUlarltlcs in Female Organs. Should bo taken for Chinee ol Life and before Piiatcrs "0!4 Time" Remedies havo stood the test for twenty years. Jtida only by New Spencer Medicine Co., Chlld-Dlrt- a, KLi JOc. r.- -j ft& nrmxm - - - . Tennessee. Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. dec8-lO. White. yr 25c. 50c. f RUBEXSTE1X 2:05. y ff m "BM MM scpts-i- y jB H m m ALL DRUGGISTS. mwm (el. BUMPS 2:0 43-- 4. the medicines I had taken before. I Pe-ru-n- a BEESWAX 2025c DRIED FRUIT Apples bright, oc. na, na." Unless traded bv WOOL Clear grease wool, lS20c; la grippe leaves the system in a deplor burry, 105c; tub washed, 2oc CIIEESE-Count- ry, able condition. It completely demor10c. alizes the nervous system, deranges diTIMOTHY gestion and disturbs nearly every funcCLOVER 50. is a perfect tion of the body. BLUE GRASS SEED-Strip40 specific for this condition. It is an 50c; extra clean, 607oc; fancy clean, of pure seed, Sl$1.3o. remedy for tho BEANS-- SI 00$1.50 per bu. la grippe. For further testimonials, sec book enIRISH POTATOES-50ejl.- 2o. titled "Facts and Faces," sent free by SHOULDER MEAT-- Oc. Drug Manufacturing ComThe BACON 710c. HAMS-81- 0c pany, Columbus, Ohio. Pe-r- u Pc-r- u SEED-S1.501VG0. all who aro suffering with any disease it is advertised to cure. I am well and stout now. I want everybody afllicted as I was to know of the wonderful merits of to Reported every Tuesday at noon by E. Deatherago & Co., Staple nnd Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. EGGS Gr to 7c BUTTErc-Cho- ice rVl jf A 1? CO . in trade. country, t 202oc. rVl . MWBI e. flat.. kW mmW JhAKlVIilK5 - - - - jpt -- vr- T-r- - n "- - m - Do yon need a Plow.fl A CO So.. Harrow, SEED-S2.7- oS3 .."BARITONE" 29461.. s. A Corn Planter, A Wagon, or other iwiii - ' Wmm J itai I ros. - aj 9 9. . Pe-ru-- ped, lo after-effec- ts Pe-ru-- WUTSTOjW EstUl Countyl Only a case of mumps. Judj-A. T. Tharp returned Saturday The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever trom the city, where he purchased a Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil- new stock of goods. Miss Nora Noland, who was organ blains, Corns, and all Skiu Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay re- ist for the meeting at Providence, left quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect Monday for her home at Union City. satisfaction or money refunded. Price Miss Myrtie Amerine has returned 25 cents per box. For salo by Perry & nome trom school at Kicumonu on ac Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. count of the small-po- x scare. dec!5-lG. White. G. C. Eckley has purchased a farm from T. J. Winn and is erecting a nice DON'T. dwelling on North and Upper streets. Mr. Puttier Tliomas and wife are Don't try to live without your income. spending a few days with relatives in Live within it Don't throw stones at the baby when Jessamine county, near Spears. Mrs. S. K. Frieud, who lias been sufftrying to rock it to sleep. ering from a fall for the past seven Don't quarrel with tho cook until years, is not expected to recover. She after you have eaten your-dinneis eighty years old. Don't carry a half-ope- n umbrella in a Elder Hackett and the cow boy, Tom crowd ; either put up or shut up. Hornoby, closed a meeting Sunday o y Bueklen's Arnica Salve. Io small-po- x at Fainville as reported. Bay Baron 1:UH Baronmore l:ll)X AGENTS WANTED I Brava2:ll tncVy for a splendid selling article, and all who really deire a first-claagencv must write at once to Mrs. Eixa Walkeb. Silver Creek, And 41 others in the list and is as yet comparaKy., Branch Office Manager for Miss Modelle tively young a horse. mch23-2Miller, of Indiana. "IUriTonk" is a black stallion, snip nose, two white feet, 15 hand 3 inches high, All druggists sell Dr. Miles Pain Pills. this spring. In color, size and action he resembles his sire about as much as any colt he ever got, and has every thing in his favor that stock horse, it ta j? viz.: tcs to make up a high-claSPEED, BREEDISdAND INDIVIDUALITY. ':Babitosb's" 1st dam "Black Bess" (2:22'i and ihe the dam of Barodaise2:20,i at old, and "Baritone" trial 2:230 by Wellington, by Kentucky .Prince, sire of Guy 2:10 .inu others; 2d dam by Strathmore sire of 30 in 2:30; 3d dam by Mambrino Patchen, she in exthe fTeat brood mare list. Notice that this colt comes from a great line of of breeding and speed on both sire and dam side, and it is almost a certainty that his colts who will iro fast and sell well. Service fee $10 cash at time of service with cooled usual return privilege or money refunded in ca of failure. trial 2:2a.l .) "IIaritone" hired by "Baron Wilkes" 2:18, (rreatest trotting stallion that has been bred the up fc now because his produce out rtceand out tiell the produce of any other stallion living or dead. Baron Wilkes sired Oakland Baron 2:09X "Buaips" 2:01 Baron Dale 2:11 "4 Rubinstein 2:05 Nydia Wilkes Rachel 2:0S'4 Bart n RoKers 2:03Jf Baronet 2:lHi Baron Dillon 2:12 Red Silk 2:10 Baron Crisp 2:12i Wearesoleagenta for the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Plow, and Olds Farm Wagon In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware. Steves and Tinware. Tin Roofing ac J Qatttrlaga. Specialty. i a TAYLOR A ee ..as 9C 99 m.mmmimMmaimm99m999999 9 l 8ss99ee9es9a9a9e3ss3as90ti(ie9e9ae99os Jltt E..K uSS8?BS w FC"C" rJtt " lr -- LW ,m T? M- - 11 ss ALL RACE RECORDS. ss "As Cold As Ibi3. For Little People, Big People, Thin People, Old People and Young People, Rich People, Particular Per- pie and People otherwise. in any tiring in our line, if same is within the reach of the retail shoe dealer. We can fit the foot and fit the pocket-boo- k LJ This is the grateful pression the thirsty tastes the liquids soul by ice made from 03-t- pure distilled water Richmond Ice Facto- - he B, M. NEALE. DR. CALDWELL'S K $4 shoes for S1.9S. because we 1 We do not offer cannot do so, and you also know it cannot be done, but ji we do aim offer vrm a shoe for $2 that you will pay $3 ft 3-- ry ESFTree delivery, in any quantit-- , and on short notice. YRUPINDIGESTION. PEPSI CURES -- Courier-Journa- l. flat-toot- ot al vin-dicti- Courier-Journa- Un.rti'i: 4.apc5 4.40am 4.4rim 5Ulam 5.UHm RECORD 7jmi J7aa Itfpm 5.21am Sftkam Esli ,S78 ?;n nnn W$ w w v SKIN& dqIVATE DISEASES Trains N(h 1. J, 5 and 0 carry Frr Obserra-tur- n Oialr Cars. KAsninrsii. WESTBOUim. No. IX No. STATIONS. "No.l2.fNo. 14. 4apin :Cim I.r LouUvil ArJ 7J0pir.l0.i4ua 4.0cpm. 7J0aa KATHtUNIl. XKSTtMICKa Nn lKtNc C STATlOKR. .No. 16.tNo.C3-4p- n 7 4Sam I.v Iiuisrll Ar la.VJam 7JUpm &40ui RILun Ar SheJbvil Arj 8.14am. &ipm CtKii mttam Ar VcrsIIes .Ar! 7.55pm- lSpra 7 t&in tl Itkim Ar Midway AH 3Jpni 7sptn !JSpm Ar Ocorgtn Lvf 7.0Jam 3.00pm WESTtlOUMX IASnl'XH DISEASED 8 m ar J The trouble citli us is, that ire do cot lead natural lives. The fern- -' inine portion of onr tocJetr is especially culpable in this way. It is really a wonder ore as that tealthyss they arc Very few women get any outdoor exercise. Very many iret ro exercise at alL Itodes of dressing iaterferc with the MEN CURED 7pra IKUiiiiAr 7.SSpm lil&lant Ar liarndsbcAr; bSOjtniilSittim Ar LarncbrcAr, 5.06pm KeOim Dursin..Lvi imm KTATiOKsrtNo. f.nNo. S. Louisril Ar,ia&Jom 7rpsi Ciipm Lr VenJlcs Ar TJiami iipm laiiam lWtian 7Tpra ArNichlvitl .fi CiSamlUkCpra (UUpm,Ar Richmnd Lr 6.05am, Sipra Ltf-piAr lo-tnLSpm Lv 1 JNV 'Nil. A. 4.UV.m.I.v - c " Lv Iwi-.illAr Lexington Ar KnxtlcM.. e JfTATlOKS. ArAWYfile Ar Sav3amah.. Ar JarkvoavUle . ...... Ar Ar Atlanta . ... ...... ArKvna Ar JaokwigrUle ....... Ar Ar IU Sir- - ....... ...... . ...... ......... ...... ia5aaraia3Spra 3,irni Lltpaa .... -. i.atiHi 1 1 No. I t No. 3. 7,4iami 7.4iom 7.10pm: 7.41am a.l0asa 6.CUam W.4Vci LICpa I niitrii .... .... tiinEl .. ..... gjttua' 8Jim Ar X Ortcaaa.... ICa 1 curries F"r Cnatr ear IxmtsriUe to Icxinoa, ttere csnnrrtisf with Solid atrfyiug .Pullman loefUnj Car to a. JackMa4Me iCtitiuaoaea; also u New Vesti-ImlcTrOr-tea- m'.nrhim idtaa . ...... ..., J CWprnj S.UOB is urn ftiopa 'SrKICTTKE. diseases. wcrecummittinr. Diil voar.nl vmnrnlr the fascinating allurements of this evil hbitT When too late to avoid tie terrible rcsalts, were jour eyes opened to Ton' ieril? Did voa later oa in manhood enntract nnr IMH YATB or RUMD disease! Were jta cured t Doyousow nd then see. omealamucs lymptomsT Jure you marry in yonr present Voa know. MICK FATITPR .LIKE SOX. If married, aro yon con stantly Iincg tn dread T Is marriage a fail are with you on account of any by carir abce or latvr n:. ccsjcsT Ilaie yoa bocn drcisod with mereoTTT This booklet will nointnnttn nut the result' of these crimes and nnint oat bow oar XKW METHOD THKAT- ju.m win positively euro yon. It Shows how thoosandsha re hm nml bv oar KKW TREATMENT. It proves bow we can GUARANTKK TO CURE ANY CCKABLK CASE OU NO PAY. We treat and enro EMISSIONS. VARICOCELE. STPIIILIS. QLEKTi CURED YOUNG MAN as" 2sS when ignorant of the terrible crime you 50,000 s. fufwH IMPOTENCY, SE-CR- irr and D LADDER CURES GUARANTEED Th AVtir of Sib wt fir fer niw- - bctn rm v;i ri i Trn v FJI KK. If naaMe t aall. write for QUESTION SUJC&te H0Mi No. earrW.JBfBlftepur teBicriUe to CfcMtaowv; fc:Lrhwrtcn to JackiaaviUo U Ik iyrUy JiUJir i4tu aad Pollaas Uatoa JikypiT LliaaMK W 3 w Orleans. A. t xltUXXltT. , VTaf htogton. D.a WMtOactecIXC VJLTSWCJQ.A MaiMCJULFA. LittiMt,Kj. rH.UnMe.eG.spv -- VfMSffcK.T.A-- , S.TLSwirr.l.ATL. flUiMf WHSaaf. Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. BgK-i- y XX2S. J.cCBtr.T.K LxtBetan.Kj. - action end with the circulation of the blood. All the laws are broken. It is little won-d- tr that nine women in ten are trembled with some derangement or irregularity in the action of the organs clistinrtly feminine. Neglect and wrong livir jr will show themselves first in the most delicate organs of tne wacie Doay. wiu iccinreafcness and sickness so prevalent, it is to be expected that the bearing cf children would be fraught with dread and liangtr. It should not be so, of course. Niitnre never meant it to be so. The perforriaace of the highest function of which a.woratoi is capable should not be accompanied by pain. If perfectly natural living 'were the rule, it would sot be so. As livts are lived, something else must 1e douej A remedy must be- found. For over tairt jryeaes, Dr. Pierce has been chief consortia f ph to the Invalids' Hotel and Ssxtncal ilnstitat, of Bofiilo, N. Y. During that time he has treated thoassads .of ifomaL He Tas foeud in his Fa'rite! Preicriptioa,, a g specific for C seale xoniptaiats. the whota bodr asdvba i&sen oarjBg gestation, stisttes uk m labor asd safes ciuki birth paiBleae. R alto pronktes ak MCKtiaB of MtaHMKat fre he' ic Bevcr-fciKn- proper muscular I SI ' night with 32 additions at the Baptist church. MANAGER. I'ost .Master w. T. unarp informs us that after April 4th his office will be a money order ofllce. This has long been LOUIS L. LANDMAN, -M. D,. needed at Winston. From this date on there will be SunTho undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a wholu or to suit purchaser, which he offers at day School at tho Baptist church every private sale; situated at first. Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Every No. W3 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, Don't marry a girl who thinks she body invited to attend. will be at the Glyndon Hotel, Richmond, Ky., may learn to love you. A little learnWEDNESDAY, APRIL 20tb, 189S. ing is a dangerous thing. WAGHRSYILLE Creek. It is returning every second Wednesday of each onths waters ofisSilver better land in well wano Madison tered. month. Olasses adjusted to all persons of de- county. There Don't do any disagreeable thing to KstlU County fective vision at popular prices feb!6-lday that you can just as well put off It it: a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, till Perhaps you Miss Emma Wagers has been on the etc, jriihln a half mile of White's Station Post won't have it to do. Office, ten miles from Richmond. sick list for several days. TERMS Sale will be mode cash, So much rain recently has prevented A torpid liver robs you of ambition balan:e to suit purchaser. For particulars, us from getting mail for several days. aud ruins your health. DeWitt's Little address Early Risers cleanse the liver, cures Miss Lmma Rice, of Rice Station, Geo. D. White, constipation and all stomach and liver spent a few days last week with her HE PATS THE feb3-t- f White's Sta tion, Ky. trouble. Douglas & Wines. Druggist. aunt, Mrs. Jesse Ed wants. Mr. Joseph Wilson, of Indianapolis, -12- G-ECONOMIST is visitinc relatives in this community. Lone, Mousy Ar.d A ll-- Mi Hume Wagers, who has been attend- . . . YOU PAY FOR THE . . ing the Caldwell High School at RichCAUSE A NOCTURNAL TRAGEDY IN THE RAN&ES mond, returned home last week on ac- SUBURBS OF BEATTYYILLE. ' in that city. He I count of small-pois greatly pleased with the school and Mountain Yoict. will return as soon as school opons. Phone 3. Young, jealous love and a Second St. A few days ago the barn of Wesley pistol have been instrumental in adding JRICmiOXD, KT. another pory page to our domestic his- Flynn was burned. It coutained about tory. We will not publish tho names of one hundred barrels of corn and a numthe principal actors in this slragedy, ber of valuable farming implements. hut will simple state the iacts as given to His horses narrowly escaped burning, us, and let the reader judge whether the as they had been turned out of the staA black spotted sow came to "heavy villain"" should be presented ble only a few minutes before the flames Linden street, about Jannary 15, my place, on and has since with a Gattlinggun or be spanked and were seen. It is thought to have been been fed by me. Owner can have same by calling and paying all charges. the work of an incendiary. put to bed. feb9-t- f JOE BUSH. It appears that a precocious urchin of That pleasant smile, which has been Beattyville, about 11 or 12 years of age, in the face of Dr. Abijah Wilson since TVANTED ACIEN'TS fo sell our Trintin? hstd become infatuated with a young the title Dr. lias been prefixed to his ' ' Presses, Viilcanircrs, IfcnrKase and Key KubberPtamps.Scal lady, who resides in the picturesque name, has now extended to a broad StcncXS. &c J. F. XT. DOKMAN CO., 1 E. Fayette Sc, Bal to, M d. Catalogue free suburbs of town, and with Cupid as a grin. He has rented the property in the la guide was making gaping inroads in hei corner of Jonah Wagers' yard, and will genlloaud responsive heart. To reward carry everything in the line of drugs. FREE: S20.00 Tf OOLO, r Roofinoj Guttering him for his courage and chivalry the Albert AVilson, the Doctor's brother, Y Ol 1 T8 O Bicyde.Cold Watch, Diamond Ring, or a Scholarship ia Draughon's Practical Business r young lady presented the youthful and who is a professional barber, will shamand General CoUege, Nashville, Tentu,or dashing Colonel with a deadly instru- poo the boys. Sidney Gray, the well A WUpiW Texarkana, Tex, or a scholJob Work. reputable business colment of war in the shape of known silversmith, will lend his skill to arship in most any other the 0. S. ren be secured lege or literary school in by doing a little wort at home for the Youths' pistol. Armed with" his diminutive that department. This establishment journal. Advocate, an weapon he was prepared to defy any in will be a great advantage to the com- It is elevating illustrated in character, moral in tone, and sspscbdly interesting: and profitable to young truder who dared cross his path of love. munity. We heartily wish the new firm people, but read iriUitnterest and profit by people of all ages. Stories and other interesting The time soon came for beligerent ac- success. matter well illustrated. Samnle cooies sent free. as a war cloud in the person cf a tion, Address Died. Mollie Edwards, the little Agents wanted. Tenn. Youths' Advocate Pub. Co., xiasnville, Mention this paper.; young man from Irvine cast a gloom daughter of Jesse Ed augl8-l- y ONE OF TWO WAYS. over the love scene. He had met the wards, died March 19, of spinal meninyoung lady and made frequent calls. gitis. Her remains were interred in the mado easy Jlannfactnrinsr The bladder Our young hero, learning of the con- Wagers burying gronnd. titixips. ticnU if ItubbcrList of Octets Jor pose, namely, was created for one purW Price to a receptacle for dition of things, decided to call hisrival J. F. XT. Eorman Col. 121 and as such it is not liable tothe urine, a E. Fayette St Baltimore, any form to account and cheek his baggaue for ot diseese except by one or two ways. Kalamazoo instanter, without resorting The fiist way is from imperfect action of to arbitration, autonomy or any of the the kidneys. The second way is from foolish modes of civilized warfare. He careless local treatment of other diseases. wanted that ffllow's scalp, and Ihe Every mother sooner it dangled at his belt the hotter it feels an i n d CHIEF CAUSE. would be for all concerned. AccordI have hnrm.i ad dread vertised rented for IBM the severalbut have cow Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidby ingly lie got his artillery in shape for of the pain and four or five me last December, well located neys fs the chief cause of bladder other nice cottages, and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at tronblif?. So the womb, like the blad; vicious work and waited for an opporiwc'7'i.Pa danger attend- my office over Messrs.- White & Gibson's store, der, wns created for one purpose, and if tunity to make a decisive onslaughton ant upon the with Stephen D. Parrish, Attorney-at-Lathe enemy. not doiltored too much is not liable to FLORIDA H. PARRISH. most critical pe" The waning moon casb a pale, Attorney and Agent. weakness or d'eease, except in rare cases. riod of her life! janX-t- f weird light over the uucauuy neenc; the Itissitnated back of anil very close to Becoming a Wanted-Woo can think solemn, ominious hushnets was only or some simple the bladder, therefore any pain, disease in mother should be UIng to puent? or inconvenience broken by the distant hoot of the great ir1 nor fiftx. tfcv m ou a source of joy Profcar JOHN WEDDEBBtTRX ft CO. Patentweaitn. neys, luck, bladdermanifested in the kid Write owl, whose mntlled lass notes or urinary passage is turned Washington. D. for Urelr SU930 prize offer ' to all, but the ana nit or tito nunarea mveauoss wanteu. would reverberate and rebound from often, by mistake, attributed to female suffering a n H weaknliss or womb trouble of some sort, crag to gtiuy. i ne enemy approaches: danger of the ordeal make UEt). V. rilkv Ttieenor id easily made and mar li with silent tread he passes the battery its anticipation one of misery. easily jivoided. To find out correctly. and soon vanishes in the direction oi his Of Shelbrville, Ky., Recommend) set yolir urino aside for twentv-fnn- r se2the&rts abode. Our hero for'twas Wright's Celery Capsules. ha who laid in his lair and watched the Shelbyville, Kv., May 26, '96. To hours; raeediraent or settling Judicales retreating figure mutt eretl some inaudi- Is the kidney,, or bladder trouble. The mild remedy which relieves "Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: ble but terrible woids as he rose to his women of the Rente 1 Have; nnrclmscd a box of and thi extraordinary effect of Dr Kil great pain and suf- Wright's Celery Capsules from G. K. mer's Swauij-Koo- t, full length of three feet six and tore his fering incident to the maternity; this Middelton, druggist, and used them for bladdel! remedy, is eoon creat kidney and caressing his infant gnn.le uuur hair. Then realized. If you wuicn is areaaea as woman s Sour Stomach Jl'orjiid Liver and. Constivowed he'd wait till '"after liio matineii" severest trial is not only made pation andfouud tiiat they eare me im need ajpmedicinc yon should- have the and would commence hostilities as solm painless, but ail the danger is re- mediate relief every time. 1 think it an bst- - Jtt druggists fifty cents and one -as his rival returned. JyUar.jj'You may have a sample bottle moved by its use. Those who use excellent remedy. He did not have long to wait, and Sis this remedy are no longer and pasphtei, both sent free by mail, Tfonis very truly, deupon receipt of three his happy rival came prancing with a. spondent or gloomy; nervousness stamps to 9 Geo. T?. Bilev. light heart toward him a revised edition nausea and other distressing concover ctet ot postage on tiin bottle. of the terrible vow was hissed thronu ditions are avoided, the system- Mention the Climax, and send your adis his cigarette holde.r. dress toiDr. Kilmer & Co., Binxliaraton, made ready for the coming event, AJAX TABLETS FOgmVELTCTJEE DUeama N. Y. pie proprietors At last the two rivals were face o and the serious accidents so comxm bj &mo or ctser rrrrmu aet JaAr guarantee tbe gennineneHf ofofthis paper face, and as the yonng man from Inine mon to the critical hour are jliia often Zra m4Ww atut turtle gazed with bJanced cheek into the mai obviated by the use of Mother's Pi eg wit tnaanltg amA WMcrmiiiiH zle of the terrible 22 he thought his tin e Friend. BEl I WETTING CUREO i is blessing ie woman. tlmiL ITaMjrsae itiui lwinIUi It had coEue. for action. He grabbed tl e ! Wl WW SfS OK NO l iicatM B. M. SO WAX, MttwMiMC, .WM e MMtoe Aisx TUlKi. Tkrr Wit. fclTf nrril fcfla UiiwmbbiIi pfetoJ, and In tho stragglo poujocoic r or eHtOT '; . eacBreas en nv te ..' tttay writttm rnnmn twmilKOWT. ... . loheuaar MKUtU of the weapon it was discharged, tl Z&" CUKE A COLS IN ONE AY. n: little beltet passing through the hand j If i i ' ?" iBML.naa . ........ - .mm. - ia x VKHHnvrn w " y J y i,t M 'r Ty w""" the yoang iaaa fr Irviae. KUMH.Ifc '2toM fat KfefanaaJ: ky,. Sr HiSi' S!Ta "extoat of Um ZmiJM b That fM , - . kHy- - c 3a r. - awMfc . " - r , " .? ' ' f Mill III, f Don't think that a gunboat is re quired to enable yon to shoot rapids- Don't forget that the wisest owl occasionally hoots at the wrong time. Don't lie so miserly that you aro afraid to laugh at your own expense. Don't swear before a lady. A gentle man will always permit a ladv to swear David R. Tevis, ?, FARM- for elsewhere, and .1 shoe for tnat you nave paui S4 to get and 5 a pair for, simply because we want s your monej-'- worth. ou- - Srifvcvq i Ca aui. iotb ouVaTj ds6'oaVv6T&- 3-- 'fl ft M W S,vrA.-- ft ft Bj Phone, No. 21. Freeman ros. i 1ipSTzSPSPz'TTizz-iizzz-ii- I'nwi oii.r.c. Hi WHITE'S STATION, "Do ' Aou mmmwM Sa o SAx"? 4yyL y. 6t ?Jm "Whichever you do you want properly cooked focd. The way to pet it is to use an O. K. Stove. o S&V? fe $ ?j. one-thi- rd FREIGHT. DRINKS. O.K. Stoves and Ranges Are such fine cookers that they convert a bad cook into a good one. O. K. Stoves and Ranges are up to date in every particular, and we warrant every one of them. . x WBSKBm Esiray Hog! 5 Corns &)A See. 'SVie-m- . Chccts-Eti-clan- d Pn-ss-c- - v S1 1 k ULU I Co., Successors to Shackelford & Gentry, 71 a22-calib- ro semi-monthl-y -- UDEUHiC mmmmm Southern Mutual Investment OF LEXINGTON, KY, Richmond, Ky. nine-year-o- ld mmi If Q Co '! , Ba,by fSfiineZ 111 , Read This - ance companies, covering a period of over 200 years. The same principles "overn both, only lay while Tou LIVE. TH E Y pay when you DIE. W E offer the INVESTMENT feature. THEY protect in case of DEATE. jji DI.AN ,nr plan w a new application of an 1 linn, based upon the actual experience old principle, and is of successful life insur- VE th OTnB.'actor, cansinK the payment or the and tued mathematical rule, in hen of death, matures tho policy. policy; with ns, a, letl-nit- e INSURANCE till tSSJlSSS VuffhoTicT1 ,, Ut Idea IS A LAW AVERAGE. Ja th0USaad dyiD5-wo rw Attor-nej- i. &n ns T They C- -. Thsru is no reason why a man should die to reap the benefit of his Investment an aT?aRE of for eTel? doUar P1111 ns' d Jct w" anme an obligation & POTHER'S FRIEND .,L??I. .. uuarxsRn rr'tiarir.urab:. .nv.w.np can ret Oar to the door to entire ?jmJ?fl.?to'or?pedltnre theone i the " t" " . unnvfil(phvrkaA.H..u """'S'uuj . cy snouiu mere not "! uwiMBiusc. "r.y"" ,er th POP?1'10? " carry ,T-- li t2-7- 0 'e s OUR MISSION. life ansurance? giJ?i"-2- L mission U rf ba&,Crti wnu ?J t People ioTMtmenU NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. - That trar plan ia popnlar anfl based upon sound business i two-ce- nt Olhws Make Honey. Why Not You? RmB r.u- - MADE ME A MAN JIS-Hrrm-u FfclHttg-ltoa . M.i'rr-- v - i . or... "CIU. . " - every rccation merchants. Jt a 1H1M flT'-,- fr .nrr - .' 1, rZ tt "&smX il&r?sf.S355 ! : f w M. M! A - T - Million,. Local Agent, WCSMOXD, KKNTCCKT. A.sMrijg.aowaux, a'rt:Lax&gfaiticr. i3S-I-y it r T - . - ".. X ' n blSCeLore-- d Sfo s on P2er 'Ij'--- uuneHmDle tbii to patent protect your Idea: Jthey mar briar ion weslta. CO., Patent Attor-M7Write JOHN WKDDERBtmT. WaiMnndn. D. C for their SUCO price offer ot two sensed Invention wanted. cd lilt Wanted-- In Idea Who can tfclak i pps f only fit to to ment and tho opposing forces left the FromTfeSiudi!oi&iiOUs Friends thatline s of an insanebe furnished asylum. Every- gory field to the reflections of tho moon. tho inmates" ALL WOMEN Should know "OiaTlmo'-Kpmed- !!jr that the , ,, THE G0EBEL ELECTION LAW. j i ; h$M i " Ci&cinnati H&ihn,;. 5 In Effect March 1, 1R8?, DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. n.xn. fc p.m. 5 Lve Frantfort Arr Elfchom r y ' ,i .. Stamping Ground ..-Davalls Georgetown. . Lve Georgetown. !i Arr Newtown Centrevllle Ellxabcth Taris WEST SOUND. ' Switier. " ...- 6 51 02 6 7 -7 6 SO 3 00 3 20 3 31 4 4 4 4 0S 38 3 58 15 30 42 i J J V , i "t 8 t t Both tho method and results when 52 Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant 4 5S 8 40 5 10 and refreshing to tho taste, and acts " gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, a.m. p.m. Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys8 20 6 SO I.ve Paris . 9 32 5 42 tem effectually, dispels colds, head. . . Arr Elizabeth 9 38 5 4S Centre ville 9 48 - 10 00 5 58 aches and fevers and cures hahitual Newtown. 6 10 constipation. . Georgetown Syrup of Figs is the 6 30 ... W 40 X,vc Georgetown 6 41 only remedy of its kind ever pro. -- 10 54 Arr Duvalls. 6 48 11 10 Stamping Ground 6 69 duced, pleasing to tho taste and acU 25 .. . . Switier 7 00 11 35 Elkhorn. ceptable to the stomach, prompt in 7 20 1155 " Frankfort its action and truly beneficial in its CD. BEIKAW. Gen'l Pass. Agent effects, prepared only from the most GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Supt. healthy and agreeable substances, its Frankfort, Kentucky. many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most Dtiso Railway. popular remedy known. Chesapeake 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 Lextnton Accom 7 30 am Eastern Express for Louisville wishes to try it- - Do not accept any 3 00 pm Morehead and Lexington Acconu. 4 50 pm ... substitute. New York Limited K. F. V CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. EAST BOUND. ... - 7 20 8 00 8 12 8 22 8 28 d . Sew York Limited F. F. V. Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom - cxington and Morehead Accom.- - 9 15 am 11 Washington Express Accommodation trains run daily except Siin- J iv. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping and dining car service to For information, rates orslcepcrreservations K. HOOD. Agent L.AN.Uy.f Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W BARNEY. D". V A C & O Ry.. Lexington, Ky. 58 6 30 9 23 am pm pm SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. ABT T0SK, K.Y. LOUISVILLE. KT. janMy cal on or write LOUISVILLE HOT . LOUISVILLE, KY. EASffiR THAI EM W t i The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, In addition to shortening the time to has madeit" Easier Memphis and New Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico. Aniona and California The Fplendid train service with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled "Limited." is equipped makes it Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned AiiiHiBD territory The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Pullman Tourist Car for California, . 9 25pm Lve Louisville every Thursday & 18am Arr Memphis Friday. . . 7 45pm Arr New Orleans Friday 8 20pm Lve NewOrleansFriday 8 4Sara Arr Houston Saturday 4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday Z 45pm Arr ElpaMi Sunday 9 2ftpm Arr Los Angeles Monday 5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday f d Emean Plus, The Ladies' Restaurant is the finest in the cit Every convenience for ladies spending the d;ry in the citv. Gentlemen's Cafe on Ofikc floor. Ibi b Tk Trtt flitter ntf U CiBfcnii. MUSIC : Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to communicate with U. H. Fowler, Traveling Passen- Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evening. ger Agent, Louisville. K . Wv. Alpoud Kellond. A. O. P. A., Lonisville, Ky. A. H. Hasrsox. G P. A., dec29-l- y Chicago, 111. THOS. A. MULLIGAN, decl-l- v MANAGER. Time Table No. 31, Taking Effect December o, 1st Class. I J OX&TTI l Sun-da- r, Rock s lSIKi. 2d Class. 9 , r X X X im FORI - J X X X EAST BOD.VD. Ko. ! xo. 3 No. Ex Sun Ex SanKi Sunj "Sue, wvo. Vb, 3onvaA.o Versailles NicholatviUe Vallev View Million Richmond.. Union Moberlev. Brassfiefd. Panola A.M. . 10 22 11 02 11 26 11 41 11 5-- J P.M. 6 52 8 00 8 13 8 30 . A.M. 25 6 IS 8 28 8 58 9 15 B 3ccAcw; Sts... 7 36 P. M. 12 12 ' 12 12 , 13 16 .. Irvine 36 35 65 16 16 16 IB 06 65 25 40 t A. M 11 1 1 Four of the best Fire Insurance Com- - .. pauies in the United States. Losses paid 4. promptly. 4- - j 1 1135 , VEST BOUND. I u. 2 No. 4 No. 8 .NO. 10 Ex Sun Ex HanlEx Sun Ex Sun -- Moberley Union Richmond. Million Valley View Kicholasvillc Versailles Irvine Braisneld Panola A. M. ' P. M. 55 2 09 2 12 1 1 1 25 50 P. M. ' 55 06 20 1 45 t26l Je2-l- y -f In the Prudental, you are offered the 4. 4. best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident 4. Insurance we again give the best Wc , will not transact business with irrespon- sible companies. Second Strecf, f 4. 4. $. . jf. -f 4-- 6 05 6 20 G 34 7 59 225 3 10 S 25 S 50 40 2 15" 3 50 4 15 s ss A M. i 5 Ml THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. 635 Long JfTroublcs P. M. P. M. All trams connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. AU trains connect with C. N. O. &T.P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. W. H ADAMS. Superintendent 1". M. 'and Consumplenj Cured. Can be An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Mates a Free Offer to Our Readers. The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting away, will send THREE FREE BOTTLEb (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 years, has produced results as bcniScial to humanity as can be claimed by anv modern genius. His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is by "heartfelt letters of Erovcn his Amcican and Europeangratitude," laboratories in thousand jom those cured in all parts of the world. Medical exper concede that bronchial, chest and lnngtro isles lead to Consumption, which, nninteirupted, means speedy and certain death. Simplv write to T. A. Slocum, M. C, 98 Pine street. New York, giving postoffice and express address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer Jly7-l- y in the Richmond Climax. L. & IS'. R. R. K. O. DIVISION. Ix Effect Nov. 7, lSDfi. A. M. G.'--X lv. IKvpre-v- S il'aris Mavsville. clifMorand until for Cincinnati. AUV Lcxinpton Paris, Win- - r. 7.-J0 m.' Mays- - r- - 2.00 11.43 ''.fxiii:ton mail. 1.00 I vinpsion, Jx)uilon, Jel- . I.Oj lu-oI ineville. 12 55 Fas' line for Livimrstnn. A. M. m m. 'vitlc, Winchester and a. r 3.1!) m. 1.15 IStanford. i :lornlon,Jellico,Kuosville 3.19 Fast line for Cincinnati, r. m. Tans Winchester, 11.43 Rowland, Lancaster and A. SI. Rowland, Lancaster and 10:10 7:30 .Stanford. Telephone 78. :05 KUPER HOOD, Agt. For farther particulars cail an or nririrpu. h In KASTIulllKn. F.v rMiiNrillo SOUTHERN RAILWAY. I aEJgiJM.MHH:; (IN HK.vniCKY 0c Icw. fl, 1807. Ar Slulliyrlllf Ar ri'iirt'li" Ar tisjl'lr Ar . ... Ii ... . Nal. No. 5. I NaS. 7 45am 4U5pm 7 45pra B mm 5.4Uim BC7pm KLutitn 9&im lallam 6.5e;m latvpm laSTam 7 2Upm laxium NoTtt No. 4. 7JTiam; 4.a)pin, 1H A Book OUR RECORD F IH Old. opm Nat 4.4f".pm for Young and WE CURE WKNTWtllNlil Ar LuuUvIIlo ... ArSlmllu f.v Ar Ar NERVOUS BLOOD tit'tz !a rt'Htvllhs. ... . . . Rfttitn ia5Uam, T.aOjuiij maim K.2Tani 5.10pm 5.21am Kbtipm Cntim 5Utam Esii 1878 250,000 DISEASED 7i7m m SKIN8s PRIVATE DISEASES Train Nos Ko.tX 4.Vpin Clialr Cars. tASTimriNii. I. S. S and 6 carry Frr Oberr-Uo- ti Vim l.r LouUvll Ar 7Jpmj laMam CaOpiiiilOlklaiii Ar LarnctrgAr 5.06pm. KSuam 7JT,im III Slum Ar UnmdabgAr 4.l(Tml T.SOatn 7 lpm 1 1 Olami Ar Durgin.. Lvi 4.0pm! 7.20im KAKTIUtUXII. Wn. Soll 7 L STATIONS. WESTBODKO. No- 14. MEN 3f OCinn lasiam Ar VcrsIIes Arl 7.Kpm 7 ttpin II lunm Ar Midway Arj 7.25amj S.Spza 7 CSpin tiJSpin Ar Gcorgtn Lv T.OJami 3.00pm KASTIitHTKll. a.ntiu 4 inNcc:' (Kpm .1nm; WtSTBOCKa STATIONS. .No. 7 Lv IiuKvll ArflOiSOam 7.30pm SMLun Ar Shelbvil Ar! 9. Ham, BJiijim ra a m INO. 1. N. WCSTJIOUMI. 5.1 STTATIONS. itNo. CitNo. 2. - :pm.ArNichlvlll Lur.pm .. . . lAr Irvine . rv ,Arfan Ar JafkKinrllle f Ar Atlanta . Lv . .. Ar Lcriiiiitoii Ar Knonillc...... .... Ar Ashrritlc . . .. ..... Ar Savannah Ar Jacksonville Ar Chattanooga ...... . statiows. xr RJ&unt 3..Vi)m 6.05am, rzpm Lv..... ..1 Lgpm lOa&am laspm T.lOpm. 7.4Sam LSOO 1.15pm IfjUtillr .. No. 1. No. 3. 7.t5am 7.4Apm Ji.lOam 6.i5pm aunm ia40pm 1.10pm LUD381 z.3iami vopa Ar Orleans........ Ettim ' Xo. J rarrlcs Freo Chair car Loulsrllle to Lcxi.nirtoa. (fbere ceum-cunkIUi Solid Vestl-bI- e Trala rorryiae Pullman aicepln? Car to J'uijooviaeviatSHituinooja; also to New n. a Or-ko- Ev" Chattanooga.... ... Ar Jli mtnsham ........ Ar f idtaa 8.46am ULUunm li50pm 8.11am tho terrible yon wcreoommlttinc. Didyouonlrconsider mo ia'cinatmc allurements of this evil bbit? When too late to avoid the terrible results, worn vonr eves ntionni in yonr terilf lid yon latir on in man- hnoa enntraet any VATB or RLOOD urease? WcroyouearodT DoyoaDOw and then reo tomo alarming fymptoms? JUre you marry in yonr present condition? You know. -- LI ICE FATHER. LIKE SON." If married, aro yon constantly living in dread? Is raarrajo a failure with you on account of any by early aboro or later excesses? Hate you been drugged with mercury ? This booklet will point out to yon the result of these crimes and point out hnvronr NEW METHOD TREATMENT will positively euro yon. It shows how thousand have been raved by pur SEW TREATMENT. It provej how vro can OUARANTKE TO CURE ANY CURABLE CASE OR NO PAY. We treat and c.irc EMISSIONS, VARICOCELE. SYPHILIS. OT.RRT STRICTURE. IM POTENCY. SECRET DRAINS. RNNATHRAL DISCHARGES. KIDXEY and BLADDER VnilUn CBAH navo yon finned nature lUUltU Uihll against cruno wnen ignorant ot a5D,0 CURED 1I ed diseaw. CURES GUARANTEED XJLEAXENX. Louterllte to Ommmooga.' p)oe'XJnlon'to Jacksonville and Pullman Uaioa crpcr t nMjtn to Kew Orleans. 1 'The "Uarei of Sin" wnt f ree br Fl msltuir-i- r tamn VVSlTT.TATIflV I PA EE. If ucuMcrtn call, write for UUUKTIOK JiLANIi. far HOME 'Oaiytt.SuBday. A. WHBWW.IATrX, S.T.Swirr.P.&TyA.. LuMiimuKy. Leitscton. Ky. W.H.Uliw. Sen. Sapv J. X. Colp.T. M Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. saglt-l-y XZZfil. WiTwMJX WwHwcc,D.C ymhtiictiw. D.q 0 3mfcaTxe.A.aPA. Marshall is a neat little city of 7,000 population in the State of Texas. Among its many entei prising merchants i ,. is Mr. V. E. "Wyatt. In a recent letter to Dr. Hartman, Mr. Wyatt says: "I Irregularities In Femalo Organs. Should bo taken for Chau;e ot Life and before have been afilictetl with la grippe four " PUnteri "OM Time" Remeaei have stood the ' lilP" H T WI01kWWWWm TUttBi test for twenty years. ESSLs times and the last time was worse than tt A I .1 New Ppcnccr Medicine n n S m wKTWkmrWkkWWiWWW m A the first. I began to think, after trying Made only bytanouga, Tennessee. Co., ChatflaCgyL MS ijfA IUC. UM "aHi H B 3H B ak Bui! several remedies without any reliof, that the disease could not be cured. Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. 3 X r Two years ago was the last time I hadan G.White. both loud and attack oi it. I decked not be obtained for three weeks after deep. Their ravings against this and to try the election. This of itself shows that got six bottles- - The Riehmoiid Produeo Market. sweet music to thc ears of true the returns in theEleventli district were Democrats, because it is a firetotllo I took did confession me more good than all held back for the purpose of padding that they have been foiled in their vilV.-- ': the medicines I had Reported every Tuesday at noon by fY. g V "w "v. them so as to show the necessary num- lainous schemes for robbing taken before. I tho honest , PI Deatherago & Co.v Staple and .::: ber of votes to overcome the Democrat- voters of Kentucky. Every to w true DemSO Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. ...ea( ic majority and give tho electoral vote all who aro suffering ocrat in the State should mafic it a part so... with any disease it is of this State to McKinley. "We can not of his business to see that the election ea ' EGGS-- G to 7c in trade advertised to cure. I understand why any man who calls law is properly understood and correctam well and stout BUTTE R -- Choice country, 202oc. himself a Democat should object to the ly represented to CO the rank and file of now. I want everybody atllicted as I B EES W AX 202oc a passage of a law by a Democratic Legis- the voten?, Do yon need a Plow.fl Oe... and wo hope that every read- was tp know of the wonderful merits of ee9 DRIED FRUIT Apples bright, oc lature which will compel the people of er of The Dispatch who A Harrow, na, reads this article na." "Unless traded bv WOOL Clear grease wool, 1820c; a the Eleventh district and of the Fifth will pass 69 it to some other Democrat la grippe leaves the system in a deplor burrj'i 1015c; tub washed, 25c A Corn Planter, district, to hold honest elections and who needs tho CHEESE-Count- ry, information, or who will able condition. It completely demor4 10c. A Wagon, or other make honest retuimiof the icsalt. If there help to spread eS it. It is the assurance alizes the nervous system, deranges diG0. TIMOTHY are Democrats now in this State who which We are sole agents for the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Plows, and 29461.. 9 this law gives us of honest elec- gestion and disturbs nearly every funcCLOVER 50. J still object to the new election law they Olds Farm Wagon In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware. Stoves tions that makes certain the election of tion of the body. is a perfect SEED-Strip8 3JLUE GRASS 40 and Tinware . Tin Roattaz and (iattertog a Specialty. should give, attention to the figures Democratic Congressmen: trial 2:23) O in the Demo- specific for this condition. It is an ad- 50c; extra clean, (X)7oc; fancy clean, ...eQ "Earitone" sired by "Baron Wilkes" 2:18, which Jlr. Wheeler furnished in his cratic the (Teatest trotting stallion that has been bred of pure seed. $1$1.35. districts in this State nest No- mirable remedy for tho up ti now because his produce out nice and speech. He says that in the election of 9 vember, the election ot a Democratic la grippe. BEANS-- SI 00S1.50 per bu. out f ell the produce of any other stallion living 1S94 Jlr. Colbou, the Republican candi - ordcad. Baron Wilkes sired Governor and Legislature in 1S99, the reFor further testimonials, see book enIRISH POTATOES-50c.?I.- 2o. Oakland Baron 2:09,l "Bumps" 2:01 daio for Congress in tlu Eleventh disturn of Joe Ulackburn to tho Senate, titled "Facts and Faces," sent free by Rub nstein 2:05 Baron Dale 2111 "a SHOULDER MEAT-- Gc. a?eT trict, received IL'.HIS voles, while Mr. and insures the Nydia Wilkes Kactel2:0S'4 a DrugMannfacturing Comelectoral vote of Ken- Tho BACON 710c. Baron Rogers 2:00V Baronet 2:lll, WWVWWWWWWWWWWww-w..Hendrick, the Democratic nominee in tucky for William Jenning Red .jillc 2:10 Baron Dillon 2:12 HAMS-81- 0c pany, Columbus, Ohio. Rryan in Baron Crisp 2:12Ji the First district at that election, received 1900. These are results which Bay Baron 2:12V, aro inrjprrigs-ssTST;L-zSS13,012 votes. 2ow notice the changes Baronmore 1:11,'X evitable under an honest administraAGENTS WANTED! WJ1YST01Y. Brava2:lt SS.Sarticle, which occurred two years later in those tion of tho election law, tucky for a splendid selling and it will bo and all f Estill Countyl two district: Colson received 22,404 honestly who really deire a agency must write ALL RACE RECORDS. administered by honorable at once to Mrs. Ella Walker, Silver Creek, And 11 votes in 1S9G in the Eleventh district, men in every county in others in the list and is as yet comparaKy., Branch Office Manager for Miss Modclle the State. tively a young horse. mch23-2and Wheeler received 14.S0S votes in No small-po- x at Fainville as reported. Miller, of Indiana. "Baritone" is a black stallion, snip nose, two white feet, 15 hand 3 inches high. the First district, showing that tho vote Only a case of mumps. Bueklen's Arnica Salve. All druggists !ell Dr. Miles Tain Pills. this spring, In color, size and action he of the Eleventh district was raisad in two resembles his sire about as much as any colt he -i Judgo A. T. Tharp returned Saturday The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. ever got, and has every thing in his favor that years 7,700 votes, while tho increase in For Little People, Big People, Thin People, Old People s stock horse, it takes to make up a lrom the city, where he purchased a viz.: the First district was only S9G votes. No Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, SaltRheutnFcver new stock of goods. and Young People, Rich People. Particular Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil SPEED, BREEDI.WAND ISDIVIDVALITY. fair minded and honest man can was organMiss 2sora Noland, who blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, pie and People otherwise. 'IBmiTONBVlstdam "Black Bess" (2:22'i the face of these figures, that and positively cures Piles, or no pay re ist for the meeting at Providence, left andiiie the dam of Barodaise2:20Vr at there was an honest election in the trial 2:23H) by old. ind "Baritone" quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect Monday for her home at Union City. in am Wellington, by Kentucky .Prince, sire of Guy We can fit the foot and fit the pocket-boo- k Eleventh distiict. There was no immi2:10 sum others; 2d dam by Strathmore sire of satisfaction or money refunded. Price Miss Myrtie Amerine has returned 9i in z:; au uam oy 3iamDnno ratcnen, sne in gration into the district to account for thing in our line, if same is within the reach of thn IS This is the grateful ex23 cents per box. For sale bv Perry & home from school at Richmond on acthe great brood mare list. this remarkbale conspiracy between great line a colt retail shoe dealer. Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W count of the small-popression of the thirsty ofNotice that thisspeed comes fromsire and dam scare. breeding and on both Mark Hanna and his satellites in this j G. White. siae, ana it is almost, a certainty mat nis cons 13 G. C. Eckley has purchased a farm soul who tastes the liquids State to steal the State at all hazards. will i;o fast and sell well. u $4 shoes for S1.9S. because we We do not offer Seivice fee J10 cash at time of service with from T. J. Winn and is erecting a nice The Republican vote was artificially cooled by ice made from, DON'T. usual return privilege or money refunded in cannot do so, and you also know it cannot be done, but dwelling on North and Upper streets. raised from 21,801 to 29.1CG, an increase pure distilled water Iry casa at launre. in two years of Sto votes. This is not Mr. Luther Thomas and wife are we do aim offer you a shoe for $2 that you will pay 5 Don't try to live without your income the Richmond Ice Facto- half of the story. Mr. Wheeler shows Live within it. spending a few days with relatives in for elsewhere, and a shoe for $3 that you have paid t4 S that the Democratic! vote of Kentucky DR. CALDWELL'S Don't throw stones at the baby when Jessamine county, near Spears. get and 5 a pair for, simply because we want you in 1S92 was 175,401 and the Republican Mrs. S. K. Frieud, who has been suff CST'Free delivery, in any trying to rock it to sleep. vote 135,441. In 1S9C the Democratic your money's worth. CURES INDIGESTION. Don't quarrel with tho cook until ering from a fall for the past seven quantity, and on short vote was 217.S40 and the Republican years, is not expected to recover. She notice. vote was 21S.171, according to the face after you have eaten yourdinner. CaW. aud examveve out Stuvc va& looxe uouWq dsBxcVverc. v is eighty years old. n Don't carry a umbrella in a t of the returns, showing that while the Elder Hackett and the cow boy, Tom Democrats polled 42,000 more votes in crowd ; either put np or shut up. Hornoby, dosed a meeting Sunday !S9G than in 1S94, that the Republicans, Don't think that a gunboat is re night with 32 additions at the Baptist by fraud and corruption, raised their quired to enable yon to shoot rapids. church. vote S2.000 in the same time. A part Don't forget that the wisest owl occa MANAGER. I'ost Master w. r. unarp informs us of this villanous work was done herein sionally hoots at the wrong time. that after April 4th his office will be a the Fifth district, and was done bv the ia Phone, No. 21 jjon t oe so miserly tliat vou are money order office. This has long been LOUIS L. LANDMAN, most notorious and flagrant fraud and afraid to laugh at your own expense. needed at "Winston. corruption. Of course the Democrats . Don't snear before a lady. A gentle From this date on there will be Sun could have carried theDcmocraticcoun-ties- . "" Tho undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a Li!!. wholn or to suit purchaser, which he offers at and could have relied on the hon- man will always permit a lady to .wear day School at the J3aptist church every private sale; situated at Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Everyesty of the Democratic county judges, first. No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, Don't marry a girl who thinks she body invited to attend. but they should bear in mind the fact will be at the Glyndon Hotel, Eichmond, Ky., that under the old law the State has may learn to love you. A little learnWEDNESDAY, APRIL 20tb, 1898, , WAGERSYILLE been twice lost to tho Democratic party, ing is a dangerous thing. returning every second Wednesday of each onth; waters ofisSilver Creek. It is well wa no better land in Madison tered month. Olasses adjusted to all persons of de- county. There and the result certainly stolen from Don't do any disagreeable thing to Kstlll County fective vision at popular prices feb!6-l. theminlSOG. The election law was a oay tliat you can just as well nut off It ii. a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, necessity.-nonly for honest elections, till Perhaps you Miss Emma "Wagers has been on the etc., within a half mile of White's Station Post but for he protection of the rights of won t have it to do. . C fflr!"5S3 Office, ten miles from Richmond. sick list for several days. the Democratic majorty in this State. To Se&. TEIllIS Sale will be made cash, So much rain recently has prevented A torpid liver robs you of ambition have gone into another election without balan:e to suit purchaser. For particulars, &. -3334 Whichever you do you your health. DeWitt's Little us from getting mail for several days. address changing the law would have been not and ruins jr1 want properly cooked Early Risers cleanse the liver, cures Miss Emma Eice, of Eice Station, only an invitation to the thieves who Geo. D. 'White, jrt- focd. The way to pet it constipation and all stomach and liver spent a few days last week with her HE PATS THE stoles the State in 1.39G to steal it again vr is to use an O. K. Stoe. reb3-t- f White's Sta tion, Ky. trouble. Douglas &. Wines. Druggist. aunt, Mrs. Jesse Edwards. in 1900, but it would have been a cony&z ? fession in advance that the Democratic Mr. Joseph Wilson, of Indianapolis, -12- S-ECOMQMIST party was too cowardly to he fit to govern LovC, Je&lousy And A ll-- Ui is visitinc relatives in this community. the State. It is all right for tho gold Hume Wagers, who has been attend- . . . YOU PAY FOR THE . . . bug allies of the Republican party to CAUSE A NOCTURNAL TRAGEDY IN THE ing the Caldwell High School at RANGES kick against the election laws, because returned home last week on ac- SUBURBS OF BEATTYVILLE. ' it makes their treachery unprofitable for count of small-poin that city. He the future it is an interference with is greatly pleased with the school and Mountain Voic. their business of helping to rob the will return as soon as school opons. Phone 3. Young, jealous love and a Second St. Are sucb fine cookers that Democratic parly of power: in this State A lew days ago the barn of Wesley pistol have been instrumental in adding they convert a bad cook but we have no patience with any inau BIOiniOiYD, KY. k Flynu was burned. It coutained about into a good one. O. K. who calls himself a straight Democrat another gory page to our domestic hisStoves and Itangcs are up tory. We will not publish tho names of one hundred barrels of corn and a numand continues now to kick against his to date in every particuber of valuable farming implements. party for protecting itself, and protect- the principal actors in this stragedy, W lar, and we warrant every horses narrowly escaped burning, one of them. ing the rights of the honest voters of the but will simple state the facts as given to His us, and let the reader judge whether the as they had been turned out of the staState. The milk and cider variety of A black spotted sow came to "heavy villain"' should be presented ble only a few minutes beforo tho flames Linden street, about Jannary 15, my place, on &u& Democrats who follow the lead and has since with a Gattling gun or be spanked and were seen. It is thought to have been been fed by me. Owner can have same by calll, of the Post and Times, ing and paying all charges. the work of an incendiary. and borrow their arguments from them, put Lo bed. feb9-t- f JOE BUSH. It apars that a precocious urchin of That pleasant smile, which has been will either he compelled ovontually to jfe.yUDeatty ville, about 11 or 12 years of age, in the face of Dr. Abijah Wilson since revolt against such leadership or ,thev ANTED AfinNTS fo Fell our Trintin? lutd become infatuated with a young the, title Dr. has been prefixed to his ' V Presses, Vulcanizers, Ifcwae and Key will land in the Republican and UubocrPtamps.t!call,rfS3-clady, who resides in the pictures-quname, has now extended to a broad Checks. RtencJLs, &c. J. F. V. DOKM.N CO., part-- , where these newspapers beloncs Fayette St, Baltc, Mil. Catalogue free l li and were ordered to go by the Demo- suburbs of town, and with Cupid as a grin. He has rented the property in tho D. In cratic State Convention which mot at guide was making gaping inroads in het corner of Jonah Wagers' yard, and wiil gentle-am- i responsive heart. To reward carry everything in the line of drugs. r 1 TS Bicycle.fJold Watch,c; qulu, Roaring, Guttering free: 530.00 Diamond Frankfort. Some of our red-h3! friends, C KInz, or a Scholarship in him for his courage and chivalry the Albert Wilson, the Doctor's brother, Y Successors to Shackelford & Gentry, who were denouncing these papers in Draughon's Practical Business and General unmeasured terms for their treachery young lady presented the youthful and who is a professional barber, will shamCollege. Nashville. Tcnnor Richmond, Ky. or a schol to the Democratic party not less than dashing Colonel with a. deadly instru- poo the boys. Sidney Gray, the well arship most anyTexarkana. Tex., business colJob Work. other reputable known silversmith, will lend his skill to lege or in !r literary .school ia the U. S. can be secured fefc hfe sii months ago, were disposed to follow ment of war in the shape of a fek fefe by doing a little woxlc at home for the pistol. Armed with" his diminutive that department. This establishment v their leadership in their warfare against journal. an illustrated he was prepared to defy any in will be a great advantage to the com- It is elevating in character, moral in tone, and the election bill, but we hope they have especially interesting and profitable to young recovered by this time. While the truder who dared cross his path of love. munity. "We heartily wish the new firm people, but read with interest and profit by people of all ages. Stories and other interesting Courier-Journis more bitter and vin- The time soon came for beligerent ac- success. matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. Address Died. MoIIio Edwards, tho little Agents wanted. Tenn. Youths' Advocate Pub. dictive against the election law and the tion, as a war cloud in the person of a Co.. Nashville, Meution thhi paper.) Democratic party than It has ever been, young man from Irviue cast a gloom daughter of Jesse Ed augl8-lONE OF TWO WAYS. the insane Tost continues to rant nhout over the love scene. He had met the warde, died March 19, of spinal meninyoung lady and made frequent calls. gitis. Her remains were interred in the the Courier-Journbeing for the elecmade oasy Ilanrrfactrrrin? The bladder was created for one purOur young hero, learning of the con- Wagers burying ground. Kubbcr litamps. Ucntl Sor ! tion bill. Such rot as it publishes on Price List of Outfits to pose, namely, a receptacle for the urine, dition of things, decided to call hisrival J. F. W. Dorman Co, 121 and as such it is not liable to any form E. Fayette St., Baltimore, to account and cheek his baggage for OF LEXINGTON, KY. Catalogue) free. ot disease except by iliL, U.3-one or two ways. Kalamazoo instanter, without resorting The fitst way is from imperfect action of to arbitration, autonomy or any of the the kidneys. The second way is from foolish modes of civilized warfare. He M p .?.?p"s,.i2' careless local treatment of other diseases. OUR PLAN. wanted that fellow's scalp, anil he Every mother .....wv. r,... ...i. ut,lU(i cjLjJciiLtj oi successiui iiie msur- ggLM cover,n " sooner it dangled at his belt the better it feels an indes0H1EF CAUSE. Th ne principles govern of1.Ver 2 J?Dotn, only . pay would be for all concerned. Accordtou LIVE. ad I have the several cribable dread vertised rented for 1833December, house now Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kid by TH EY pay when you DIE. neys is the chief cause of bladder ingly lie got his artillery in shape for of the pain and four or five me lastnice cottages, but have other well located "W E offer the INVESTMENT feature". equipped danger attend- andumce over for sale on easy& terms. Call at tronblcp. So the womb, like the bladThe trouble with vicious work and waited for an opporTHEY protect in case of DEATH. my iiessrs.- wnite uiosons store, der, us nowadays is, that tunity to make a decisive onslaught on wis created for one purpose, and if ant upon the with Stephen D. Parrish, we do not lead nat- the enemy. not do(;tored too much is not liablo to withus,a defi- FLOEIDA H. PARBISH, most critical peural lives. The fern- -' janlC-t- f Attorney and Agent. weakniss or dsease, except in rare cases. waning moon cast a pale, inine portion of our riod of her lifel society is especially weird light over the uucauuy hcene; the Itissitnated back of and very close to INSURANGE IS A LAW AVERAGE. Becoming a culpable in this way. solemn, omiuious liuslinees Wbo can think was only or some simple the blajder, therefore any pain, disease Wanted ftn It is really a wonder mother should be 5. tbtag to patent? .'rbe7 figure on so many men ont ofa thousand dyln wo figure on so many policies. They that women arc as broken by the distnnt hoot of the great von Protect vonr fdeu: ther a source of joy Write JOHN 'WKDDEKBttR.Nmar brlni;Patentwealth- - or inconvenience manifested in the kid- till the mar, we Ull tho policy & CO, Attorhealthy as Uicy arc horned owl, whost? muflled bass notes neys, luck, bladder or urinary passage is Wuhlngtnn. D. C for Uielr ' Very few women get to all, but the ney.lift ot two hundred Inventions31.800 prize oiler often, by and wanted. . There is no reason why a man shonld die to reap the benefit of his Investment mistake, attributed to female any outdoor exer- woultl reverberate and rebound from suffering anrl cise. Very many ret crag to gully. The enemy approaches; weakness or womb trouble of some sort. danger of the ordeal make no exercise at alL UE0. V. RII.KY Theenoris easily made and may be as Modes of dressing with silent irrad he passes the battery its anticipation one of misery. interfere with the easily livoided. To find ont correctly, vanishes in the direction of his proper muscular aad soon Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends set yotx urino aside for twenty-fou- r action and with the saeatheart'tj abode. Our horo for 'twas Wright's Celery Capsules. 'a circulation of the h3 who laid in his lair and watched the eighty the cthcr Shelbyville, Kv., May 26, '96. To hours; sediment or settling indicates can get(SO) lerccnUoItheppuSioncSinvesL blood. AH the fdoft the kidney or bladder trouble. The mild sami or grej.ter benefits OnrSikS U to retreating figure in uttered some inaudi- is the remedy Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: laws are enjoy the for an or which " It is little won- ble but terrible woids as he rose to his women of the great pain relieves Rents T have; nnrrliased a of and th! extraordinary effect of Dr Kil- nvel. and those advaataseiLaa? be and suf- Wright's Celery Capsules from bor N". mer's Saamp-Koo- t, der that nine women G. the ereat kidney and ten arc troubled foil length of three feet six aud tore his- fering incident to maternity; this Middelton, druggist, and in. used them for NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. rith some deranjremenU or irregularity in hnir. Then caressing his infant gun he uuur ivmcn is dreaded as woman s Sour StomachjiTorpid Liver and Consti- bladdetfremcdy, is soon realized- - If you the action of the organs distinctly feminine. vowed he'd wait lill niatineo" severest trial is not only made pation and found that they gave me im- need allnudicinQ yon should- - have the Neglect and wrong living will show themselves first in the most delicate organs of and would commence hostilities as soon painless, but all the danger is re- mediate relief ever? time. 1 think it an dollar. jftdrnggists fifty cents and ont cannot becoi.ri uic Closest scraUny and most thoroneh investigation. Xou T"1" M uterstnre ne v the whole body. With such Tveakness and as his rival returned. You may have a sample bottle statement made that rifled by actual results. moved by its use. Those who use excellent remedy, sickness so prevalent, it is to be expected and painpblet, both sent free by mail. He did not have long to wait, and as this remedy are no longer demax uie oeanng oi cnuaren would De Youts very truly, GUiws Make Meaey. Why Not You? fraught with dread and ilanger. It should j! npon rdpeipt of thrse happy rival catno prancing with a, spondent or gloomy; nervousness stamps to not be so, of course. Nature never meant his 9 Geo. W. Eilev. cover&i&t, of postage on tho bottle. toward him a revised edition nausea and other distressing conit to be so. The performance of the high- light heart est function of which ajwoman is capable of the terrible vow was hissed through ditions are lasers, merchants, Mentioclthe Climax and send your ad- ot Irfe- -i avoided, the system is wee gaty la every vocation cl should not be. accompanied by pain. If Send dress to Dr. Kilmer & CU, Biiitfhamtcu, Htentare ziviBr rvin is iLTm' made ready for the coming event, perfectly natural Hring twere the rule, it his cigarette holder. AJAX TABLETS FOSTITVEliY CUBE vr v . inii. would cot be so. As lives are lived, someJLLZKerrou IHtvatm Failing- - Menr At last the two rivals were face o and tha serious 'accidents so comjl. ju.iie proprietors oir tins paper orr.Impoteiicj. SleepleMseM, etc, caoud thing else must be done; A remedy must app. nnl aR thft vniiiip mnn from .Trv!i( or AboM or other Kxoescce and India- guarantee tne Renninenesff ot this offer. mon to the critical hour are l be found. For over thirtf- years, Dr. Pierce t ereuon. 3ey lulcJciy ami turtle . . : has been chief conauluajr physician to the gazed with bianceu cnccit into the inuj: obviated by the use of Mother's i .a J.mimon.-Loc- a Mntnt. . , Scaxunforetodr, bodseM or EUtt4ae. Invalids' Hotel and Sarp'cal Institute, of zle of the terrible 22 he thought BEIll WETTING CURED T.,ui)tv ba fin IS tt 7 bistiule Friend. J? a Messing to woman. .AAnauiuBm.- r I. d-rPrnnt 3 . TuTPv Buffalo, N. Y. During jiat time he has RICHMOND, KENTUCKT. A. 8MTHI SOWMAX w . - ., lUBGVemwriMHOn 1BWSHM fcJJ. la--- OUNOFi ar. jjcAwigtga, jsy, i r xnatand Ceota a CUXE wham all other treated' thousands .of ,?kmen. He has had come for action. He grabbed the mbs.b- - ar. bowan, MvSk, Jan36-l- y . jl j found in his "Favorite'! Prescription" a riiol, and in the struggle fjr " m MWW-if .V. tall DrarBtai., aavacaMioaiHra4uliUeamjg. Kgk JHW. Wm1bo. WW. -- ?SB0XTIJB po6seiqa nercr.&iling-specifion express oaeceipt of prioe. tttoa lit iiiiraaee to egect eoy for ft male cosplakttfi. la w r lefand t poner. PrieeOVWlSiMr Mi of the weapon it was discharged, tlik It strengthen the wholtj body $ U , & T JCW8A CL rfbNjB BAY. T"c taken daring gestation, stbrtca Use period little bullet passing through thefeiad Af 111 ra tetttwt te JJhW JferulW of a'woBtw, vWbeMi of labor aad makes childbirth 111 m the young tram from Trviae. -- , tl puwess. li atec promote mi TRwdte UaicbmonVl, Ky.; lr ecretkw of acwirimcat fecitfct That was the extent, eUe Louis vilie Dlspatch.j mistaken in charging that tho alliance wibdom and justice of tho new of 1S9G between Tho Mark Hanna and tho election law was vindicated by the fig- gold bugs of this State is still in existures furnished fn a speech in the house ence, and only waiting for the time to of representatives n dap or two apo, de- come when another effort will be made livered by Representative Wheeler of to rob the majority of the peoplcof Kenthis State. Mr. Colson had the effront- tucky of the right to govern themselves, ery to charge tire Democrats of the or to bo head in the electoral college in First Congressional district with. the behalf of their choice for President. The commission of election fraud?. Sir. election law is as distasteful to thom Wheeler replied to him vindicating the' as the hangman's rope is to the conFirst district against that charge, and victed felon. They have seen tho handturned the light on tLo elections of the writing on the wall and the Belshazzar Eleventh district. In his bpecch Mr. feasts in which they have been accusWheeler said that while the election tomed to participate with the flnaucial returns in his district were all at Frank- magnates of Wall 6treet have been fort within forty-eighours aiter the broken up, and the very thought of it the polls closed in 1S9G, some of the re- makes their angry passions rise, and turns from the Eleventh district could evokes from them cures ht man who has sense enough to go in out Whether the wound in the young of the rain can see xery clearly from man's hand atoned for the wound in tho the course of these newspapers and their kid's heart our informant did not state, followers that Tho Dispatch waa not but is hope,d that both are healed and ,,, yPTSB W" 40&SkWWWW. ..nnuiiii.ininuii am" PLEASE M I 9 that hostilities have forover ceased. A MERCHANT'S LETTER j. 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