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AtWalteeA ieia's Livcsv Stable.
All V lie's of 1. nd made harness, cheaper
than can be bought anv here in Richmond.
Give us a trial an be convinced. Satisfaction
Ike Speediest fa,
ts&r 2 fcStf
The Finest Rigs,'
The Safest Drivers,
The Promptest Attention,
The Cheapest Prices,
The Favorite Stable.
Talspliom Yonr "Cousin,"
P. B. BROABBUS,
Hunley's Old Stand.
No. 26. 33
tiLU W. KILKY
Of Slielbvville, Kv., Recommends
Vri:;IitV C'elerv Capsules
Slielbvville, Ky., Slav -'0, '90. To
v nplit Medical Co., Col., O :
Gents I have piirchabed a box of
"VVncht's Celery Capsules from G. N.
Miiiilelton. druggist, ami ued them for
Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver ami Consti
patton and iotnid that thev ir.ive me immediate
relief every time. 1 think it an
Yours very truly,
0 Geo. V. Rilev.
MADE ME A MAW
AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CCIUi
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by Atiu&o o Cher Kxcee and Idji
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mi a &ad effects a t KH rhera cii oijt fail Id
is apo having b pcnnine Ajrnc Tnh'etf Thej
ham cared thousand and wtllcnreyoo.
written cnirantee to effect a care CC in
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porkacr, or mz jkc fo'l treatment for 150. Ey
mnii. id pla n trrnj prr nron moHi" t of pnc ircnltr
froo AJAX REftibDY CO., nlrnl'
For sale In Richmond Ky by Hasan &
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Handbook on I'atcnts
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of any n entitle Journal- Ter.ns. $3 a
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Telep one 78.
ft SOUTHERN RfllLWfly.
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aS5am fi35im P.SOpm
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Ar. Lexington ... 1050am TSSpmliO 10pm
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Lt Lencvtoo 7. Alxm S.lOpm iuum
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Trains Nos. l.s; 5 and 8 carry Free Observation
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Na 1 4.! No. ill RTA IONS. S'o ir. o. it
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Na I carrie j Free Cuitr car Louisville to
th-re c anectln? with solid
Train carrying Pullmaa SleepUK Cars Tla
Uiattanooeato Ulrmlnchim ajd New Orleans.
No, i carries Pullman Sleeper LiuIsriUe to
Otattanoora. and Atlanta also Lexington to
JaeksoBTUlo Tla Hot Sprtaffg. AsSerllle, and
iWifiarai sieeper Islington to New or-
tDally Except Sunday.
X Wbedok.p &t A.. & T. Swirr. P. 4T.A..
IouiaTllle.KT. Lexlaeton. Ky,
ir,EaRii u. Gen. Sunt. li Cnu. T. ML
wuhln.nn rk n W..i.f n
T-a R " TATtO.A.Q.P.A.'
1 I WutoWMltl Ky.
Ft couchlnc. The quickest nnd surest VI
B way is to take Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar- Q
I? Honey. A rnarintct courU
Si ..Hi- nhniw n nllkn all others better: Tl
arts dlrecllv on the mucous
M i.Mo0 haaiB 41m Inntrfi nnd
g tory orpins ana invigorates mo
P whole system.
contains the concentrated healing j
virtues of old and
f? extracted by a new
rnlnntlfli rrruEE. Wv
K 60o and SI.
it ill dnigglu,or rat pon
rtcipt r prie tj
M Srrlc C fKarak, Ej.
ErT T, .n,T-T?T
Insure 3'our h mes and
business proper tj against
Fire 0 Tornado.
I represent two of the most
reliable Insurance Companies
in the United States and respectfully
ask for a share of
S. F. ROCK,
25, Sec. Street, fUp Stairs).
ONE OF TWO WAYS.
The bladder was created for one purpose,
namely, a receptacle for the urine,
and as such it is not liable to any form
ot difea'se except by one or two ways.
The first way is from imperfect action of
the kidneys. The second way is from
careleftS local treatment of other diseases
Unhealthy urine from unhealthy
is the chief cause of bladder
tioublei. So the womb, like the bl
wits created for one purpose, and il
not doctored too mm h is not liable t
weakness ord'sene, except in raiecasev.
It is situated back of and very cIik1 t
the bladder, tilerefore anv pain, d:se so
or inconvenience manifested in the
hack, bladder or urinary p&.ssajje is
often, by mistake, attributed to female
weakness or womb trouble of some sort.
1 lie error is easily made and may be as
easily avoided. To find out correctly
set your urine aside for twenty-four
hours; a sediment or settling indicates
kidney or bladder trouble. The mild
and the extraordinary clU ct of Dr
r's Swamp-Koot, the irreat kidney and
Madder remedy, is soon realized If ymi
1 red a medicine you should have the
biM. At drigi;Nis fifu cents and out
d .liar. Yi.u inav have a siunple battle
and pamphlet both sent free !y mail.
Mention the ( i.mw and send
s to Dr Kilmer iVc Co., I'.mIi.itntmi.
N. Y. The proprietors of paper
"'larantee the genuineness of this oiler.
TIIE WONDERS OF SCIENCE.
Long Troubles and Consunplon Can b;
An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist
Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers.
The distimruished New York chemist, T. A.
Slocnni, demonstrating his discoery of a reliable
and absolute cure for Consumption
(Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial,
throat, lunfr and chest disease?, stubborn
coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline
and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions
of wasting awav. will send THREE FREE
BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries
to any afHicted 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
Science daily develops new wonders, and
this great chemist, patientlv experimenting for
ears, has produced results as beniScial to
humanity as can be claimed by any modern
genius. His assertion that lung troubles and
consumption are curable in any climate is
proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude,"
filed in his American and European laboratories
in thousands from those cured in ill parts
of the world.
Medical experts concede that bronchial,
chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption,
unicn, uninterrupted, means spceay ana cer
Simplv write to T. A. Slocum. M C, 98 Pine
street. New York, giving pqstoffice and express
auuress, auu uie iretr lutruiciue win us promptly
sent. Sufferers should take instant advantage
of his renerous proposition.
Please tell the Doctor th!t you saw his offer
in ine iiiciimond uliuax.
! i tT" tV;" 1M tMf' H
The Leading Specialists of America
20 YEARS IN OHIO.
Thousand of young anil
men are troubled with this disease many
unconsciously. Ihey may bi c a
semation, small, tmsting stream,
sharp pairs at times, slight di'-charge,
difficulty in comuicnci.'g, weak
organs emission", an t all the symptoms
of nervous debilit they liavo
Don't doctor cxpcriincnton
oa, by c .tticg, stretching, or tearing
Our Ni;r" MElHul) TREATMENT
absorbs the stricture tissue;
hence i cmores the stricture permanent ly.
.V in?, no dot cd tic n liy our
toe bli4 or inanhooil return?.
Thousands of vnure and
men are haiiLg sexrat isor and
vitaKyeontinually sapped by this disease.
Thcr a e fixouentlv iiucoiipcions
! of these sympbims. (Jcncrrl
V cakness. bnnitural llischargcs. Failing
Manhood. Kcnournes". 1'oor
IrriLibihtyr.t timi Einarting Sen
sation nunken dark circles,
ti'.l. TY..1. I......, i,.Ku.n: i .-i.
,1 Vl JJ.MJ&. ULUU dl J'TIIC?11IU. JillI, 1. -
I of Ambition. Varicocele, P
fan, etc utiiujr an l biiuuruili;
maybe the cau'e. Don't consult family
doctors, as tbey hire no cxcrieuce in
these special diseases don't allow
Quicks t) experiment on yon. Consult
UiseaMMot Men and Women. OnrNEW
METHOD TKLUrjkiKXT will
Urely euro you. Uao thousand dollars
for ft case wo ncccpt for treatment and
canuo'curc Ttrcii moderate f or a cuic.
We treat and rarrj T5MISSTOVB.
I VAUIWCELU. BYPHILTP, (ILItnT
STU1CTURK. TMPOTKXCT, SFCRET
I'KAINS I'KHA TI'HAIi
E3. KIDNrn'xnd m,AlnKniHifs.
CONKHLTATinV FREI1 HOOKS
. FUEK If unabi to call, write for
BLANK for HOME
122 W. FOURTH STREET,
wi twmwL 9r :
The Richmond Climax.
County Court Days.
Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday.
Kichinond, Madison county, first Monday.
Lexington, Fayette county, second
Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday.
(jeorgetown, Scott county, third Monday.
IUnville, lloylecoii'ity, third Monday.
Nicholasville, county, third
Winchester, Cl.ir'v louutv, fourth
Verestillc!'. woodioid county, fourth
G v. l'ingree, of Michigan, in an
the N.netecmh Ceutmy
Club, of New York, &iid:
We are jobbing out thesoverign power
01 the people to specula o 8. Mj
is that those whobtaud
in toe byiiHguvue of a Minday ami
are engaged tiie re.si the week in
UKierinen or geln .g U
schemed to defiu.id Uie widows aud
are the niusl tiaugeioud members
"last winter in the Michigan legislature
1 trie I to hao sjuio legislation
passed which would tax railruads as
other property is taxed, and to have
fares established tor rich and poor
alike. 1 failed. The inilroads were too
much for me. The lobbyist was there
with boodle, and othera willi promise of
Federal otiice, to k'll the bills. But 1
am going to try again.
"lt is the duty of government to protect
the week ajnuust the strong, the
poor against the Ee.hshness of wealth.
I say riht here that uulcss the Republi
can party comes out as a champion of
the average man and his welfare, and
unless it ceases to cater to syndicates,
trusts and monopolies, it will be buried
in oblivion "
Reierring to this the Louisville
remarks: After this expression
lrom Gov. Pingree tne monopoly-owned,
trust bribed and syndicate uebaiiched
pre.-s of the United Mates will probably
denounce Gov. I'ingtee as an anarchist.
He talks jtibt like the six aud half millions
of anarchists who voted for Bryan,
though Piugree" is a Republican. The
McKinley administration is forcing the
Republican party just wnere the Cleve
laud administration drove the Demo
cratic partv. The honest men in the
Republican party must come to the parting
of the was with those who have
prostituted it to the ends of monopolies,
trusts and syndicates, long before the
end of McKiuIey'.s administration. In
l-ct, many of them have already reached
and thousands are daily following
LEE OF VIRGINIA.
Editors: The Pall-Mall Maga
Z!IL i- publishing u series of articles called
"Lee of Virginia." Tney aie written
ovei the signature of Henry Terrell.
I inclose a slip cut from the October
n tun ben
"As Lee's army marched through the
town of Chambersbiirg a patriotic young
Northern girl wa Seen waving a Federal
Hag from a window overlooking the
highway along which the columns
passed The men .f the South were
tat ing this demonstration much amiss,
calling 1 uke in the grioiion!' w hen General
Lee rode up. comprehending the
situation at a glance, lie smiled, and
raising his hat saluted the stars alio
sttipes, under which he had setwd thirty-two
jears. "All honor to the old
ihij.!' he exclaimed. Thcie was a moment's
pause, and some one told the
young lady who had addressed hei.
Her arm lell motionless, and thetlaglay
limp across tlie window -sill. Again
General Lee spoke leasstiriuglv, saying,
'Let it wave, daughter, wue it o:.! No
one hall disturb you.' But the demonstration
was not recommenced; heart
and will had been conquered by the na
tive nobleness tint war could not
change nor the au hority of command
I should like to be permitted to ask
whether anybody on this side of the
ocean has ever lnard of the incident
related by the author and whethor it
can be vouched for.
Millersville Postoffice. Anne Arundel
count-, Md., November 11.
IN THEIR RIGHT MIND
A gentlemen who heard the late Mr.
Hindman speak at Lebanon during the
campaign says Hindman told the people
that they weie i ow and iu
their right mind," and not wild as they
were a year ago That they were prep-red
this jearto listen to reason and to
form a deliberate : nd intelligent opinion
on the questi n at issue. The
of the election fIiows that Mr. Hindman
was right. 'Ihey were iu their
right minds beyond a doubt. That was
the only time Mr. Hindman was right
during the whole cinvass, and since
his party has been flicially declared to
be dead bv the Courier-Journal, he will
perhaps be pardoned for telling so
mueh plain truth hi a speech
no music like
the melody of
is iu perfect
tune, and the
pure, rich, red
through the arteries
quick - step of
health, life is
truly worth living.
But the human
body is the
and intricate of
Just one little
strinj: oat of
tune will make
a fr.ti.tl H.
'yK cord. The bod v
l- mav amiarentlv
oe in tne Dest ot oreir in every way, save
that there is a slight disorder of the digestion.
The sufferer hardly notices it, snd
does not think it worth troubling about. It
is just one little string out of order, but it
soon puts every organ in the body into a
jangling discord. The blood no longer receives
the proper supply of elements
with which to build up new and
healthy tissue. Instead it receives the poisons
thrown off by improperly digested food
and the effete material with which the intestines
are clogged. Disease of the blood
and skin or wasting disases like consumption
are the result
The best of all known medicines is Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It
keeps every life-string in perfect tune. It
corrects all disorders of the digestion. It
invigorates the liver. It makes the appetite
hearty and keen end assimilation perfect.
It fills the blood with the vital-elements that
build new and tissues, firm muscles,
and strong, vibra t nerve fibers. Acting
through the blood it tears down inert, half-dead
tissues and canoes them to be carried
off and excreted. It acts upon every organ
of the body driving t,ut impurities and disease-germs.
It is t e great blood-maker
md flesh-builder. It cures every kind of
humor from the common simple blotch or
eruption to scrofula. It cures eczema, salt-rheum,
and all skin affections. It cures 98
percent, of all cases of consumption. Thousands
have testified to its wonderful merits.
All good druggists sell it
Tr, Picrce'a PelleU cure Coastipatk.
VICTS.IY IN 1900.
The vote of 'confidence" given to the
Republican administration at tho last
election, says the Chicago Dispatch,
would have made lban President had
it been cast in 181)0,
As the matter stands the country is
Democratic, and the paity of the people
has no need to bring any more States to
l-s itttdsluncc. This is not a matter of
coisj cture, it is a simple fad easily
ueiuuustialed by a simple miitliematicul
New York hi.s thirty-six volts in the
electoral Kihege. Kentucky has tlm teen
a'id New has ten. l'resiilent .McKinley
received the otesof .New York,
iVew Jersey and Kentucky, with the exception
ot one vote in the latter State,
w Inch was cast or Bryan. McKinlev's
total vote inthe electoral college was
271, while that of IJry.tn was 170. At
the recent election New Yoik. Kentucky
and New Jersey went Democratic.
Suppose the people of these three
Stat had known the real character of
the, Republican party last year as they
know it now, what would have been the
result, dimply this: the fifty-eight votes
which went for McKinley would have
gone for Divan. These votes'
taken from McKinley'o total of 271
would have left him 213. These same
fifty-eight votes added to Bryan's 170
would have given him 234. Thus Bryan
would have been elected President by
a, majotity of twenty-one votes.
President McKinley has expressed
himself as being satisfied with the results
of the recent election. He is certainly
a good Democrat, With the
solid south, the solid West, and with
New York and New Jersey, this country
is now absolutely Democratic. But the
Dtinocracy will not rest upon its laurels.
O.iio mt.st be be swung into the Democratic
column, and other doubtful States
redeemed. Who says there will not be a
Democrat elected President of the United
States in 11)00?
YOUTH CHARMS SNAKES.
Hugh Cjnway, of .Guionsville, Ind , Has a
Very Strange Power.
A young man twenty-three years old,
living near Guionsville, aud known as
'Hun" Conway, for years has possessed
a wonderful power over snakes, birds
and fish. At his command snakes will
crawl from their holes and coil about
him, birds will fly to his feet, and fish
will float to the surface and yield themselves
to his touch. Conway cm offer
no explanation for his strange influence
over the lower forms of animal life. Recently
the Hon. H. D. McMulleti and
the .Board of Couuty Commissioners
had business in the vicinity of
aud a call was made upon Conway,
with a request that he demonstrate his
peculinr gilts. Thereupon Conway accompanied
them to the banks of
Laughery Creek, wheie he uttered a
cry, whereupon several sbi
snakes emerged from ti eir
holes and crawled toward him, cluing
themselves aoout his arms aud l.tck.
After being touched by his baud tney
seeiued to fall into a kind of stupor,
no resistance whatever.
HOW TO GET A FARM.
Tlrere is a great deal of truth in the
following by the noted writer uud adviser,
'.My homeletb fiiend with the chromatic
nose, wlnle you aie Stirling up the
sugar in a ten cent glass of gin, let me
gie ou a fact to wasii down with it.
You may say that ou hae longed tor
yea is lot the lice, independent lite of a
lariner, but you have neer been able to
get money enough to buy a farm. Jint
this is where you aie mistaken. For
yeais you have been driuking a good
improved farm at the rate of one bun
dml square feet at a gulp. If on doubt
tins statement figtue out for yourself.
An acre of land contains 43500 square
lect. iisiiuintiiig, for convenience, that
it biiugs the laud to just one mil per
squaie foot. Now pour dowu the fiery
dote, and imagine you are swallowing a
strawbeiry patch. Call in jour friends
and have them help you gulp down the
garden of 500 square feet. Uet on a prolonged
bpree some day aud see how
long it will take you to swallow pasture
land to feed a cow. Put down the glass
of gin ; there is dirt in it 300 Equate feet
of good, licit dirt, worth $43.50.
DAN CURRY IN EASTERN ASYLUM.
A special from Lexington of Nov. IS,
Dan Curry, recently adjudged insane,
was brought to the asylum here this
morning by the Jailer of Whitley conn
ty. He was accompanied by his father
Matt Curry, aud brother, Louis, of
Curry's wile accompanied
them from Williamsburg as far as Car-bin,
wheie she and her child now le-side
with her father.
Curry knows everbody during his
lucid periods, but has frequent delusions
when he is always trying to protect
himself from an imaginary attack, 'lhe
Jailer found a razor ou him while en
route, and when asked about itCuiry
said ho had made up his mind to kill
some of the crowd belore leaching Lexington.
The killing of John Corley, a Louisville
drummer, by Curry aud Curry's
subsequent insanity are familiar to the
Reveruc Circles Aroused Over This De-
In iew of the fact thnt 91 gaugcrs
and storekceprs have been discharged
by Collector Yerkes '"for the good of
tho service," but more propeily for
the benefit of the Republicans, the
subjoiueit telegrams will be of interest,
'lhe first is fiom Patkershurg,
W. Va , November 8, in the New
York Sun :
Judge Jackson of tho United
States Court rendered his decision today
in the three injuncion cases of
WillUin Butler and H. C. Bury,
United States slorekeepeis. and .1. G.
Buckmau, ganger at the Ilannis dis
tillery, against A. B White, Collector
of Internal Revenue for West Virginia.
The cases were lieaul upon demur
rers nnd answers of the defendants.
Judgo Jackson perpetuates the in-junction
against the removal by the
Collector of tho three officials on the
grounds that the act known as the
Civil Service act is constitutional
That ( ongress has not delegated to
the President and Commission legislative
powers; that the Internal Rev
enue servico has been placed under;
. tho Civil Kflrviceact; that tho
tuia are oiucers oi tne uovernment m
the Internal Revenue service; that
rthey cannot be removed except for
other than political causes; that the
attempt to change their rank and
place is in violation of tho Civil Set- J
vice act, and that a court of equlry
has Jurisdiction tg restrauj he.
"- - fi
- . :
pointing power from removal. White
Tho Constitutionality of the Civil
Service Law will bo involved in tho
appeal from Judge Jackson's decision,
as is set forth iu this dispatch
from Washington, three days later:
-'Commissioner of Revenue
to day that he would proceed
just as he had done heretofore
and assign storekeepers and guugers
without regard to Judge Jackson's
reient decision prohibiting I'ollector
White, of West Virginia, from
and gaugers fiOm
one to mother. Collector
White is he:o mid was at the Treasury
Department this morning where
ho had an interview with
Commissioner Forman nd Assistant
Attorney General Boyd. 'Hie result
of tho interview was thnt the Assistant
Attorney General diiected the
District Attorney of West Virginia to
take an appeal from Judge Jackson's
decision. It is t.ot ttnlikelv that this
entire question will yet go to the
Supreme Court to test th- coustitu
tiouality of the Civil Servico Law."
If It's Christmas
Presents You Waiit
And none others with them
compare. All the novelties
Drawing Room Lamps, Finest
Ladies' and Gent's
Umbrellas what makes a
At all prices.
E. 1 1 PALM.
A light red and spotted sow, weight about
200 pounds is in my possession, having been
taken up by me about two weeks ago. Owner
can same by calling and paying all charges.
Fortune For The Waldens. They Are
There are several persons bearing
tho name of walden in Madison nnd
B ylc counties w ho will be interested
in tbjs dispatch from Lexington,
"The search of Mrs L. F. Taylor, : i
Virginia woman, through this section
for missing heirs of the English estate
of the Waldens, valued at $40,000,000,
has created considerable interest
Mrs. Taylor came here last week
representing the T. C. Oder law firm
of Washington, on the presumption
that several of the missing heirs lived
in Fayette county. She has
a lawyer to help her in the search,
and has arranged to have a meeting
of all interested persons at the Phoenix
Hotel next 'lh'ursday. Some of
the heirs are supposed to live in Mercer
The estate originally belonged to
Lord George Walden, of Lancashire,
At a meeting at Lexington of the
Walden descendants last week, Mrs.
Taylor said that she had found a
great many heirs in Kentucky aud
that daily new ones "were asserting
their claims. Those she has seen up
to the present time are Miss Sarah
Munday, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Belle Bryant,
Mrs. Itufus Bryant, Mrs. Claude
ohinii, Mrs. Alary Collins, Air. Xat
Berry, Mrs. Ellen Derry. Air. WilbOn
Berry, Airs. Chancellor, all of Lexington,
and Airs. Aary Williams, of
Kichinond; Alts. Waldon, Owenton,
Airs. A. O. Browning, Alnysville, Air.
and Aliss Tisdell, and Mrs. Hamilton,
Airs. Williamson, one of the heirs
from Richmond, at tho meeting in
the Phoenix stated that there was in
her family a casket of silverware
that bore the monogram of Lord
Walden, which had descended to l.er
While ALrs. Taylor was reciting the
above facts Rev. Jesse Walden, ol
Lancaster, called. He is one of the
heirb who arrived too late to be present
at the meeting during the morning.
He brought with him papers
which established his Kinship to Lord
Walden. 'J hey had been prepared by-Bishop
Walden, of Cincinnati. Following
is au ovtract: -Learned from
Rev, Wm. Wnldeu, of Chillicothe,
AIo., that t .e lainily descended from
theUuko o. .alliugford, Wales, who
was drtvei. .o England during tho
persecution ,f the Baptists; that thiee
brothers came to America and settled
respectively, in Now York, Virginia
and North Carolina; that Wm. Walden
emigrated lrom Culpepper
county, Va , to either Bryan Station
or Crab Orchard, Ky."
Belore the ink got dry on the above
Fpicy item the whole thing was knocked
into a cocked hut by this
telegram fro in Lexington two dnj s
Loxingion, Ky ,Nov. 11. Airs. L. F.
To)jor, (.luiinuir; ti hea Washington
lawyer looking up heirs to Ixjfd
estate in England, hits been
here two weeks, the has induced
about thirty prominent citizens to be
lieve they are heirs to the Walden
tate, and at noon to-day while the
meeting was iu progress the chief of
Police received a letter from" Charles
B. Smith, of the Evans1 Hotel.
0., which says she is
in Washington as a hotel beat,
and that she has has been sent out of
the District of Columbia on -passes
furnished by the police depattnent.
When the letter was. shown to Mrs.
Taylor sho bitterly denied its statements.
Let the women vote. So long as
she can't vote, she wants to vote,
lience if allowed to vote the con
tention will be over and she will re
turn to her "sphero" when she finds
out she don't caro for suffrage as
much as she thought '-she would
The iLexingtou Herald gives some
figures and, presumably; some fet$
l v 5i:
'. $- ?
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, JrS5 PLEASE I
' Bill a'Hi r" f9b 4Tk Tl mm K Im
! 25c. 50c "13T - . '..'.-, '-.V' uiuGGISTS. ,
w",c mjiw --
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m rmwfr ip yiy' B "" " "
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so VTv?V I
m hrk i&t ire t &
l tarkOA a7 aAtffitacR
? a rr rr m wv b fiBB
v r, d w v l. i j wv u w uv nuiLTDiv
fe ARE BOTH STYLISH
p AND BEAUTIFUL,
T1 X -X 1 1 "- j T" a- --- ri i ii - -.- -
. - - -
. -'. . .T z . m hi jr n & t ii iif
Vj- T1 - jX. 111 TT'rS. 1
g m Goods i Men's Working
J And many New Trimmings, Pleatd Chiffons, f?$J fkP a 34 9 ff3
&& Velvets, Braids, &c. '! 1 llt?ioa a M yll
Ss?j TTTT T 1r nn T" O ' I fev - - - "
in-TRON ! ill
K! Low Price Makers. ' 1
f I Leaders in Ladies' Furnishings, fcou). , bi
, Ki V1
S.' 1 TT r75Vi
i" a . u (:--:) z;
Attiumn ieaves wm m
H v-M!.-- feSMMii fc fed
are m mmmm m
a . 0"!S3S4Ssa f,i m)
It is now time to discard that old pair of
You are probably trying to makeup your mind
where to buy your next pair.
iSLet us help you in this by asking you to call on us
and examine the most complete line of FALL and
WINTER SHOES ever before shown in Richmond.
Phone, No. 21
J-. ' -"--1
which illustrate our positiou. It.
'For the last two years women
Atc, . in lnnl v... iiinttnri ...- hfls .... Iippti -- . .
in unio, ana in tne state
this winter will be asked to abrogate
the law. The women who made a
hard fljdit for suffrage and won in
1893, no longer go to the polls, and
the whole subject has practically
gone by default.
In Cleveland, for instance, in tho
spring of 1803, 5,831 women registered
and 4,045 voted. In the spring of
18SR 2,728 women registered and l,i32
voted. In the spring of 1807 403 registered
and 228 voted. At
just closed only S2 women
'It must not be forgotten, however,
that in order to record the votes, of
these eighty-two women, who major
may not vote on election day, a
separate set of books must be kept at
each polling place and separate bid-lots
must be provided. J his metins
an extra expense of $15,000. Ewn
the most radical woman utfra
gists admit that the game is not
worth the caudle, aud it is thought
that theie will bono serious
to tiie repeal of the duo law.
'The explanation of this failure of
wotmiu biiltrage may safely be lef.
to those who iaboreu so long and tio
hard to introduce it into the .Buckeye
Siate. The facts, however, speak
'Joe u.uo uouieii vi:u
tuought thoy wanted to vote do not
vote no. - that they have secured the
legal right to do so. ilie experiment
is costty, and if it be a failure the
sooner it is ended tho better"
00 YOU PLAY CARDS?
The Chesipeak and Ohio Ky. ha.$
just issued a very handsom playing rtl
to advertise its famous F. F. V. trainsj
These cards are of the finest nuke an4
quality. Uy special arrangement witl),
the manufacturers, a sinall charge of fifteen
cents deck or two decks fi.j
twenty-five cents is made. Upon receipt!
of either of above amounts in money or!
postage Btaiup, plus four cents per deck:
for postage, the undersigned will forward
as many decks as desired toyoura'ddressJ
Take advantage of this opportunity u
lay in your winter supply of flue curds
at a small cost.
Geo. W. Barney, D?J?. A'.
k j". j " 5 ?3. V.
'zmui .-5 mmjmmmMmmmm
n Job Work.
Ml SMITH S ft
R. N. !, k m h ih y ii j
Time Table No. 20 Taking Effect Sun
day, May 2, 1803.
1st Class. 2d Class.
EAST BOCNS. No. 1 I No. 3 No. 3 I
Ex Sun Ex Ban K :San
A.M. P.M. A. 31.
Versailles . . . 10 23 6 5T 8 55
Kicholasville 11 CO 73C 10 12
Valley- View It Z 8 00 10 55
Million 11 40 8 13 It 20
Richmond... .. 1153 830 11 IS
P.-K. P.M. -7
Union. 12 13 12 50
Moberley 12 IS 1 05
.. 12 30 2 00
Panola 12 35 2 15
Irvine 105 320
Two. 2 I No. 1
west bound. Ex Sun Ex San
Irvine . .... l 30
Panola c 1 53
Brass3elJ.w -. 2 00
Mobsrliy ., ... 2 II
Union . . 2 17
RIchtrond.. 6 05 2 35
Million.. , 9 20 4 00
Valley View., 6 31 4 15
Nicholasville C 58 48
Versailles ..,,. 7 56 5 33
No. 8 No. 10
P.M. A. M
AU trains connect witt Loabville Soathera
tralas to and f ro Louisville. ,
All trains aeBet xUb f! -X. n T tnt.
to sad from Cincinnati. zr - .
. , J. W. BOOK. Train Ttf.nnlit.1
W. K ADAM, SoperUteUwatr
A eoranlete line of everything usually found in a M
class harness shop, and at prices never before equa'x
Richmond. Hauness, Saddles, Bridles, Whip-. L
Brussel Carpets from
yg. Straw Mattings from
Rugs. Etc., Etc., at all prices, just to suit the punM.w
We have employed Mr. Joe Batson, of Winchester, ami
pert saddler, who can make any kind of saddle !.
we only ask your inspection to convince you. We bin
cash and sell for cash, not charging" enormous prices t. ' .
up for lost debts. We also make a specialty innan
HARNESS ( ( .
Give us a call. RICHMOND
107 East Main St. T. M. Well-. M-
The Greate st Bargains ever offered to the people
of Madison county.
Look a.t these Prices:
Men's Suits for $2.50 worth SS.0O
Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.0)
Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents.
Men's Shoes SO cents.
Ladies' Shoes SO cents.
A Beautiful Line of Calicoes from 3 to 5 cents.
Good Brown Cotton 3 cents a yard.
Duck Suitings 9 cents a yard up.
Ladies' Sailors from 5 cents to SI.
I A . J I -
i THE MEW YORK STORE &
I II IL II Li If llBrg ADVANCE.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. .
Vp Totix. KIe:a Sz Son's
Tate laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets. All I
Drnsjrists refund the money if it fails to Care. 1
25c. For sale by W. G. WUte, Druggist, Richmond,
Jleadnelic and "Xettralgia cured by Dr.
illLEa" PAIN PILLS. "One cent a dose."
LAND FOR SALE
I have 45 acres of land for sale. This !
land hej in the Foxtown precinct, direct
on a iiuniy ro.nl. well iu'cmI and
fenceil. new nux'ern erv pro
ductive, tan be bouidit rheap. Also
my home place of 70 arris ou thej
Foxtown aud Uoomburo ke 1
J. W. GJ KRISON. I
All druRttstdscll Dr. Miles' Pn.n rilli
r rSxiZ : C:o.co V COLS.
V f?JJ?3 Q Ciccfc,CcIu Wauh, Diamond
"'-s--cc Kins, or a Scholarship in
. Draughoa's Practical Business
P-3 PfjnS. College, Nashville, Tenn..or
Jfcl Texarkana, Tex., or a scholarship
in Jiost any other reputable business college
or literary school in the C S. can be secured
oy doing a. Ultle wort at home for the Youths
Advocate, an illustrated semi-monthly journal.
Itisclevatinc:in character, moral iu tcne, and
especUIIy interesting and profitable to young
people, but read vnth interest and profit ty people
of all ages. Stones and other interesting
natter well illustrated. Sample copies sent fret
;jents wanted. Aodress Youths Advocate Pub.
Co., Nashville, Tenn. Mention this paper. J
What stoj Neuralgia? Dr. Miles' Pain Pills.
Having Opened a
AT2J6 EAST MAIN.
I am prepared to take all kinds i
of second-hand furniture, such
as clocks, bedsteads, mattress
es, bureaus side-boards, ig,
couches, in fact anything you! " centreviiie ......
j , 1. ,K .. y. I Newtown .
Wanu tO dispose Ot in the line
of furniture or old cast off
clothing, second-hand stoves.
I also do upholstering, carriage
top trimming, renew
mattresses. All. -work- to
order . 1 .
of your (patronage.
Wanted Jin Idea ssaass
Protect rwntfaewt thy mV brlAS
2it",I? . jkddeubhks coTpl?e,ri?t!5:
ra, u. i, lor meir turn prUe og
and or iijvj huadml luTaUoa waniedT
STR fin W 5 I f horned t
i i t m thJ iJ covt. whlto
33 rir and faanr
about ta, w tK takes in Sata..
Oetobe h, I b. ; ''luce 'ealTad a md Knll
kmw jiA i?'v ?"" fcr prf an
. ""r t. H. TMOiUX, Chief FoUm.
50 cents to $1 a yard.
12 cents to 20 ets per yd.
Old Stand, Richmond, Ky .V-"V
Fine Chickens For Sale.
Forty (40) Barred Plymouth Rck iH krf
far sale, if taken now SOcts eat h
MRS M. F ARBUt KLE
I he Best Hour I
At the lowest Price.
AU druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nerro riasters.
Ffwiklori S Gifickaii Railway,
In Effect March 1, 189?. i
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Lve Frankfort, 30 3 00
Arr Elkhom , 6 45 3 30
- awitier .. 6 51 332
" Stamping Ground 7 02 3 4
" Dnvalls . 70S 3 53
' Georgetown 720 4 15
Lve Georxetown 8 00 4 30
Arr Newtown 8 12 4 li
CentreTillc . 822 4 2
Elizabeth. . 823 4 S3
" Paris . 8 40 5 10
9 M 530
. 932 5 42
938 5 4
" Georgetown. . 10 00 6 0
1 Lve tieorcetown. .. 16 40 C "0
Arr J nivalis.. It . 6 il
Frarapin; Ground lt 10 6 3
" Swjtier . 11 25 S59
" Elkhorn. 1135 7f
" Frsnkfort 11 55 7-0
C. D. BFJICAIV, Genl Pass. Agent
GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Snpt.
mm ai my.
Time of Trains at "Winchester, Ky.
Mt- Sterling and Lexington Accora 6 55 cm
Eastera Express for Louisville- 7 30 am
Morehcad. aad Lexiagtoa Acccnu 3 00 pm
?"? York Limited F.F.V 4 50 pin
LexiBg&naail Merehcad Accora 9 15 cm
New Turk Limited FJ. V, 11 53 am
Lexiaysea and MU Sterling Accora. 8 30 pm
washiijrtea Expnesa 9 23 pm
AccerasedatieB trains ran daily except
Other traies run daily.
r"1 aJeepiag id dining ear servico to
Pot ictermattea. rates or sleeper reerrt!oHS
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