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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1898 ric1898112301_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. tf. p1 Si ' 1 II- - $' r- - ' THE RICHMOND CLIMAX, RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, V ? TOLUME 25. i" ci f pf KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1898. ARE YOU A DEMOCRAT? HON. C. i NUMBER 25. THINGS r.OT TO BE BELIEVED. lie was a fool IS BOTH HEALTHFUL wir ffSfll"U ijirvi i a rrst-rr-x AND sinnER PLEASURABLE-- , and 3'ou can also ly comfortable, when you sa' extreme- are When we see birds, at the approach of rath anointing their nlumage with oil to shield oil the drops, should it not When one has no .lebirehnt to speak remind us. when tliesiorms of contenplain truth lie may say a great deal tion threaten us, to apply the oilot forbearance, and then prevent the chilin a ery narrow compass. ling drops from entering our hearts? e There is, in every human heart. To say ton man "lean trust ou," Some not completely barren part. speaks more for his religion than to Where seeds of truth and love might grow. say: I do not doubt your faith." InAnd flowers of generous-- irture blow; To plant, to watch, to watsr there vestigator. v He learned to keep Ins chosen place, And do the tilings that came his waj He learned to keep his mouth close shut And never his folly advertise, And when lie died these words they cut Upon his slab: "This fool was nibc." Iey "oPEonr MIL "t By rpccial trace Ue learned some thir-g- to do and -- ay; s ignorant; but we are absolutely sure that wrong doing can-c- s sorrow- and pain in this world and that the wrongdoer himself ofti-buffers untold pangs on acconut of hi tiansgiessions, Humbolt. n which we are superlatively driving m one of our easT and handsome Buggies and Pluetons. Our stock of fine carriages is unsurpassed for beautj, stj'le, durability and general superiority, and we are selling them at prices that will surprise 'ou, quality considered. John Donelson. This be our duty and our care. many people east their bread St. Austin compares the danger of upon the waters expecting' to net bad company to a nail driven into a milk tast as a result. Puck. post; which after the first and second The wonderfully winning premier fashions stioke, may be drawn out with little If people would only 6top talking of the season. difficulty; but being once driven np to where they stop knowing, half the evils of this world would come to an the head, the pincers can take no hold . to draw it out; which be done only by end. Men's Winter Weight Sack Suits and Irish tho destruction o'f the wood. ' And we There is a little public house All druggists sell Dr. Miles Nerve. Plasters. may as soon," sajs he "take fire into Freiss Ulsters, That every one can close; the bosom, without, being burned, or It is the little public house, Just below the nose. touch tar without being defiled, as to Monday. 1SU8. ALL WOMEN CALL AT frequent and delight in bad comSOLICITORS WANTED EVERY Men's Superb Fancy Cassimere Suits, The Sunny South is decidedly the WHERE for "The Story or the Philippines" Should know that the "Always do right,'" said a philoso- - pany, without a stain upon our rural A COOK ' Old rime" Itemedy, BOOK FREE. bv Murat Halstead. commissioned by the Goi- family s'.ory paper printed in best Men's Exclusive Model Ulsters, efnmentas Official' Historian to the War De- - pher. "and your friends will Standby character." psnment. The nook was written in army iiiiu pine, veiin Auieiicu. ii is camps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with you." He failed to mention the fact Who friendship with a Vnove has made IoMIh R?v ''Table and Kitchen" is the title of a tensely interestingaiui instructive, anil General Merritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, that when a man needs friends is when Is judged a partner in the trade; ? c . &A m. new cook book published by the Price should be in every Southern home. It Ney in Hong Kong, in the American trenches at "" ? Tis thus, that on the choice of friends. he does wrong. .Manila, in the insurgent camps with Men's Suits of Rich Native and Foreicm Goods, flifl Art Baking Powder Company, Chicago. is arranging for the v inter a series of , on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey, Our good, or evil name depends. SALOON PARLOR jn1 in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila Just at this time it will be sent free if interesting stories and sketches which Men's Superb Fashion and Finish Ulsters and ihlU UU WHEN IN TOWN. Ronanza for agents. Brimful of original picA clever theft was praiseworthy tures taken by goverment photographers on W" w w w It is an old and true adage, that a j on write a postal mentioning the Cli- will place it easily in the lead of all Covert Overcoat. the spot Large book. Low prices. Big profits. among the Spartaiitb, and it is equally max. Tli ih book has been tried bj our- other Eimilnr papers. man is known by his words as a tree Freight paid. Credit given. Drop all trashy unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address, so among Christians, provided that it by its fruits; and if we would Coolest and most refreshing. be ap- selves and is one of tho very best of F T Barber, Sec'y . Star Insurance Bldgc , be on a sufiieientl largest-ale- . oct26-4While on his voyage Dewey took adChicago. praised of the nature of qualities of any its kind. Besides containing over 400 of drinks that can be found Men's Suits and Covert Overcoats and one, let him but discourse, and he will reteipts for all kinds of pastry and vantage of the opportunities for getin the city are dispensed If we know a man's religion we still speak then to us, better than another home cookery, there are many hints ting different specimens of butterflies, Ulsters, CA"RC?S. PROFESSOWAL by inquire as to his moral--- ; but if we know and accommocan describe them. e may therefore for the table and kitchen, showing and now has one of the finest collechi-dating clerks. moral", the question as to his reperceive how proper it is for those to how to seta table, how to enter a din tions' in the United States. A dm. ligion seldom arises Water Kept on Tap. in- - Genuine Saratoga Is the best for Female Troubles. Corrects aU hold their tongues, who would not dis- ing room, etc.; a hundred and one hints Dewey has his butterfly collection IrreOTlarrtles In Femala--Ortrans. Should be e MEN'S $3.00, ( Young Men's sured for about So.000 or iS.OOO, which in every branch of the culinary art. taken f w f haa;e of lis f .1 before j Planrer "0 d He that for giving a draught of water cover the shallowness of their under- Cookery EcTisdks have stood tho p IV. MILLER. $G.00, $7.00, $9.00, $10.00, ) $4.00, $5.00, $0.00, $7.50, of the very finest and richest is but a part of its value. to a Mm sty person should expect to be standing. "Empty vessels make the Phone 3. Second St. test for twenty years. Medicine Cd., $12.00. Attosxby-at-La( $9.00, $10.00, $12.00. greafest sound and the deepest rivers as well as of the most economical and Xc Spencer Jfad2 br paid by a plantation, would he modest It is said that burned child dreads Kknticky. are most silent." It is a true observa- home like, is provided for. Remember the fire Probably that's why a newly Richmond, RICiniOND, KY. in his demands, compaied with those CHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS SUITS "Table and Kitchen" will be sent, posOffice in the Bnrnam Building, next door to who think they deserve heaen for the tion, that those who are weakest in married man tries to avoid his old Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W $1.23, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00. feb3-larmer's National Bank. and slowest of apprehension, tage prepaid, to any lady sending her flames. r G White. little good the) do on earth. are, generally, the most precipitate in address (name, town and State) plainly When a young man is sowing his - STJXjXjXtheir crude conceptions. given, A copy in German or Scandi1 belonc to that church which holds uttering navian will be sent ifdesiied. Postal wild oats he always hopes that some"Were I so tall as to reach tho pole, MEN'&PANTS, the world within it- starlit aisles; that card as good as letter. Address Piice thing will happen to destroy the ciop. And grasp the ocean with a span, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00. claims the gieat and good of every AttohxeY-- a Law, I would be measured by my soul. Baking Powder Co , Chicago. 111. Corn Injured race and dim ; that finds with joy the The wind's the standard of the man." - . KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, MEN'S HATS, n grains, of gold of every creed, and Mr. Jos Howard Boggs the Many a household is saddened by Heats '11m Klondike. Othe over Tavlor's "Hardware store, op- flood's with light and Iaie germ's or $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00. living near farmer death because of the failure to keep on . posite Court House, on Main Street. ! three-quarter- s Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Maryville, of a good in every heroic soul lnger.ioll. hand a safe and absolutely certain cure Sieholdsvillo, reports that the corn is Within MEN'S SHOES, mile of Oweusboro, K Andet, Pagan Hob denies. th;re is Tex., has found a more valuable dis- for croup such'ns One Minute Cough so seriously damaged that it will be too H. B HOGG, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50. a Cod, a gimd God, who is as much covery than has jet been made in the Cure Sec that your little ones are high to longer feed to hogs He thinks Evei"3r inch of itfis as rich as ATTORNEY A T l.A W. Klondike, for years he suffered untold lies on the best Kentucky. better than the 'grat and good of agony from consumption accompanied protected against emergency. Doug- the reports sent out by Commissioner cream. MEN'S OVERCOATS, Richmond, Moore are not at all exaggerated. The pike in the count': the land! eeiy ince and clime" as the 'starlit by hemorrhages, las & Wells. and was absolutely $5.00, S0.00, $7.50, $8.00, $9.00, $12.00. aisles" are higher than the fires of a crop report savs: Kentucky is rolling to level: 90 acres! Office No. 13 First SL up stairs 31 30 doubtvi's hell. cuied by Dr. King's, New Discovery for The amount of com damaged m shock are in grass; excellent water Editor Ciia J STLVER GREEK. MEN'S UNDERWEAR, Consumption, Coughs and Colds, he deand on stalk by wet weather is exceedwell, cistern and spring. OIIKNADLT. 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25. A good leliioii mean' what good clares that gold is of little aloe is com ing all predictions. A few coirespond-eiit- s Mr. AVill Lane tame home last week An elegant two1 words mean; hat good actions mean; panson to this marvelous cure, would in time to vote, after spending two ATTORNEYS AT KUY, estimate that 50 per cent, of the Buildings: BOYS' UNDERWEAR, 50c. crop, is worthless, while the most con- and a half story new brick of KfNTUCKY. wl at goed fi.en and women mean. It have it even if it cost a hundred dollars months with his brother, in Illinois'. RlCHMOVD, the-iiuefarm res-- 1 means the best that man can do the a bottle- Asthma, Bronchites and all servative estimate the loss at 15 to 20 10 rooms, Miss Stella Adams, of M. F. I., spent best that man can be- It menus man- throat and lungs affections are positive- from Saturday .until Tueeday with percent. The ttouble is general, and idence in the county; immense over Office on Second street, liness, womanliness, humanity. There ly cured by Dr. King's New Discovery unless the injury is much exaggerated barns; 3 tenement houses, i grocery. Jfjver for Consumption. Trial bottle free at homefolks. is one thing which it does not mean the loss will very much affect that what one of which is a good frame Mrs. Dr, Hockady and Miss Bessie was considered the largest yield ever PHYSICIANS. and that is believing something and Perry & Thomas' Drugstore, Successors of 5 rooms and complete set to W. (i. White. Regular size 50 cents went to Richmond Tuesday to be pres- produced. The ears are still very sappy doing another. Huxley. which really weddihg. and perfect maturity appears to have of buildings Rotary Motion and A better religion is believing in God and SI. 00. Guaranteed to cure orprice ent at the DR. H. It. GIBSON, makes it a separate farm. We 2 Walker Tevis and .,family, of Free- - been prevented by the unusual moist will anil serving mm to the nest 01 our refunded. . ... .. sell this place, at an un-- 1 PIIYSICUN AND SURGEON, port, in., nave moveu to ivirasviue to season ability Editor Climax. Kentucky. SAMPSON IS NOT YET SHORN. usually . low figure $14,000. Richmond. make their home. Judge Barr Fixes the Amount ol the R N. I. Terms, one-hacash, balance A cobbler, at Leydon, says a London Mr. Milt Covington, who has been & B Bond. The gold bug- press is boasting thafJ very low for in one, two. three, four and Sec paper, who used to ollend the public Office in the Joe I c .lins building, 18 and to the past two weeks, is ond Street, over Wnue cld drugstore The question of the resale of the Rich- five years. Send for our list disputations held at the academy, wa the money power will have the Senate some better. for eight v eats to come, and that nothmond, Nicholasville, Irvine. & Beatty-vill- e of farm for sale. once asked if he understood Latin. Mr. Will Hume has gone West on a CHAS. HOOKER. road was before Judge Barr in the '"No," replied the mechanic, "but I ing can be done to restore silver as business trip, for W. fc. Hume & Co.'s. 8il& best BALL WILLIAMS & LITTLE, standard mouev. Lven if this were ever United States Court on a motion to lis VETERINARY SURGEON, argument." know whoiswiong in the distillery. The Clothier, The Furnisher, The Shoer, The Hatter. aug2t-6rtrue it would not settle the question. 2U 3d St., Owensboro, Ky. the amount of the supersedeas bond: 'How?" replied his friend. "Why, by Graduate Onlario Veterinary College. may5-lLea Sinitha and 'George Khodus, Judge Barr rejected the bid of The ignorant public is not expected to & seeing who is angrv first." "It's know- that the gold standard is a cre- of Fayette county, have bought several think ' Commissionordered .WUTB S3: Veterinary DentMry and Sterility a Specialty the hit dog that always hollows." Wanted-'f- ln ot some simple Idea Who canpatent? ti d ation of the executive department, and f hundred turkeys from parties in this er George Dultelle to advertise the tnlsg to up stairs, over store recently your Ideax: th von Proect f.iiti. hrlni. by Richmond Harness Co , East Main bt., community, at 7A cents. JOHN WEDDEKhtJBN & CO.. For sale by Dew ey Music Co , Rich apr.-lproperty for sale on December o. The WriteWasbicgtrin. D. for their Patent offer Richmond, Ky. A tough animal. 'The constitution that a Democrat President, with a prize C Secretary of the Treasury, nioiul, Ky. of four purchasers represented by Col. Dennett and list ot two hundred iarentlons$13u Dr. Maupin bought a pair wanted. A Few Points females must be excellent" Democratic of our mules court day, for $75.00. II. Young prepared an appeal to the H. G. JASPER, M. B of a celebrated plsician; "for, take could reclaim the government's option year-olsas government in SUPEHIOHITV BoD Mason bought 100 ban elf. of corn United states Circuit vourt of Appeals. Medicine aud Surgery. an ox, or a hoi se, and enclose his sides aud pay all debts of the -either gold or silver, and that a Repub- from OllieBarr, at $1.10. Judge Brr fixed the amount of the Office Collins Buildinc, MainStreet. w nli corsets, and he would labor inlican Senate could not prevent it. If Telephone at residence (the Cnrr place) on deedbut it would be for breath." W. S. Hume & Co.'s distillery will bond at S50 000. Broadway. , a both branches of Congress w ere Repub- begin The execution of tho bond will stop i to run this week. They are payWhat is beaut 7 Not the show , ome - - - -- Kentucky. RICHMOND, lican and we had a Democratic Presithe resale, and the matter will await the Of shapely limbs, and features. No: ing S1.25 for corn. madent it would require a QiiR-E-r- n These are but flowers, adjudication of the United States Court Over All Other Heaters. W. EVANS, M D.F . That ha e their dated hours. jority or Congress to pass a law over n 3 cleaning, cleans- of Appenh. G. Soothing, healing, momentary sweets, then To breathe their as Emtu7B3 a a the veto pf a Democratic President, ing. De "Witt's Which Hazel Salve is go; University !Hfc and the gold standard could not be fhe implacable enemy of sores, burns Assistant Chancellor For Central Tis the stainless soul within. When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed Physician and Surgeon, The Anderson News N authority for established by law under a Democratic and wounds- It never fails to cure INDESTRUCTIBLE AIR BLAST FIRE GOV.'!L. 35 That outshines the fairest skin. to cure you. 1 is the discovery of an eminent physician. Kentucky President. It rests now on. the execu- riles. You may rely upon it. Doug- the following item of news. Mr. Tyler Richmond, Produces the following; rzsults: No Knife ! No In.sr.upiion of Business ! was graduated here about 1SSU. We know- nothing indicative of any tive ord cr, and not on a statute; and its las & Wells. Parfect combustion of Soft a recent meeting of the Board of long as it is not the "At The first treatment bring3 immediate relief. It has le'.atiou between morality and the in- continuance, so Great Economy Coal, consuming all the Fumes DR. T. J. TAYLOR, and Gases, salnlnc J"t Curators of Central University, Richsource of all cured thousands, and vill euro you. things standard by statue law, depends on the scrutable Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, LITERARY NOTES in this. much more heat that Ii othir mond, the Rev. J. W. Tyler, pastor of Mil. T. cs. WILCOX, prominent merchant, politician Kentucky Whither wickedness can in any way will of the President. We record this stoves is waited. Richmond Presbyterian church at this place, Chattanooga Tire Department, savs : the and chief of the affect the higher power, or whether all fact for the information and encourage ' After jcars of suiTering, DON'S PILE OIN'TMBN V v.L recThe first catalogue of bookspublished was elected Assistant Chancellor to and residence on Second Street The Cross Drafts from thi Cowl, causes the heat to are punished after deatli for sins com ment of those who might be led to des ommended to me. The use of one bo-- i effected a permanent cure. bo radiated to the floor Instead cf to the mitted in this life, are questions about ' pair of the teachings of gold standard in the "United States appeared at Bos- Dr. Blanton. The position carries U be cell ng, IIko other direct draft stovrr. means I oIuntarily gie you this statement, hoping it ton in 1S04. It runs to seventy-nin- e with it a very handsome salary and the newspapers and politicians. DEiTTAL STJEG33Y. of bringing 3 our wonderful remedy ti the att(.n'isn of others sufGreat Satisfaction in this. small octavo pages, and is supremely use of one of the Professors' residences fering with plies." to dates, not one, so far as on the University grounds After conindifferent Free Pills. Price $1.00, Prepaid to any Address. Tt."X3wvV&'K. .oVsou we can see, being given from the first sidering the matter and consulting his Perfect control or" the Ire, Great Comfort address to H. E. Bucklen & Send your 10 an even heat can be mainpage to the last. Of this catalogue only members, ho has decided to decline the Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box tained, and a good fire -t DENTIST, tIF UNPRECtotr-Heat, Economy. in this. two or three copies are known, one of oiler, though in doing so he makes a CHATTANOOGA, TENN. over night. Durability OP LOC1SVILLK, KV. of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial which is, we believe, in the British great personal sacrifice. He feels that next door to Government Building, , Will Burn Any Kind of Fuel with Equal Satisfaction will com ince you of their merits. These to 4. Museum. The British Museum, by the ho has undertaken a work here that BichmSnd, Ky. Office hours 9 to pills are easy in action and are particu-lai- y nov!7-lway, has the finest coliection of Ameri- he should see completed, and that his effective in the cure of Constipation cana in the world, due, says Literature resignation just at this time would work and Sick Headache. For Malaria and Four nice rooms torrent. r twi.llio ilia lint'Ck Kann nrM ail to the fnct that England, with a sharp a detriment to the congregation." de-- 1 eye to the future, employed n iuobI ' We congratulate hhn upon his oct - ly Hob-soinvaluable. Thev are guaranteed to be Call at Dental Olfice of Dr. bibliographer, Henry termination to tne pulpit, no matter accomplished Do not for a sinrr.e free from eveiy deleterious o perfectly R .. ,:. f i. how creatine sacrifice. r . moment that consurrption will , , J... t. biibstanec and to be purely egetable. ever you a sudden blow. next door to psstolfice. his prollerd services had been rc the properties of fact that It does not come that vray. They do not wejkeu by their notion, bat ' tone which satisfy! refused by the United States. creeps its v ay along. It i by giving tone to stomach and bowels First, you think it is a little xne musical ear. ? jyt. FRED SMITH. jireatly invigorate the system. .Regular cold; nothing but a little hackIf an American fleet wero sent to the One make of Piano may have one, another two, another three DEN 1 1ST. ing cou-then a little loss in 6ize 25c per box. Sold by Perry & Bosphorus it would give the sultan a Sr Gentry.) j c . or these properties. (Successor weight: then a harder cough; same office Thomas' Drugj;i6t Successors to W. G. vast amount of trouble. But if wo are orer Collins' PpV iJ"" then tne feer end the night lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Bnrgin. an!2-l2 Struggling through White. to coerce the portc aud make a naval sweats. life, cursed with caThe suddenness comes when o ft' Constantinople demoustiatiou IN A NUTSHELL. R tarrh, is a common you have a hemorrhre. C. MORGAN, woald it not be better. to wait until we HoweApcrience. Better stop the disease while have settled ourdifilculties with Spain? it is yet creeping. ever heroic the Paper horsehoes are announced. You can do it with It is true that our appetites for fighting DENTIST. xMk A whale yields 48,000 pounds of train may have been whetted in the brief $ fight catarrh gen erally wins. Banlc, over Madison National oil. Under somo Jlj6-l- y conflict with the Spaniards and we Ky. Richmond, America uses H, 000,000 c'gar boxes may yearn for more victories name or other in fresh annually. it gets, the best fields and against a different kind ot of us. Frank E. Illinois has $5,000,000 invested in Louis E. Landman, foe.. On the whple, however, it would In galls, Waco, nurseries. appear to be the part of wisdom to be Tex., and thou The Atlantic ocean is crossed month- olf w ith the old war before we are on ccmbina-'on-. Kss t'cm all in lnrmo-iio-- s Acts in most all dtic If none fn sands of others ly by 1,000 ships. your.-.- , xmli'Js. ific& Jtiehshsd Zi yczz. with the uoiv. have been permanently cured of catarrh 603 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, No. The people of Loudon are computed will be at Mr. J. B. Willis. Richmond, Ky.. on by Dr. Hartman's successful remedy &o.0 to spend $0,000,000 daily. I89S, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER Htb. Mrs Louis H. Pratt, of Sherwood, Here is Mr. Ingalls.' letter: vefasel in the world is Wis., think1' that young w'omen should The oldest iron BnS. . Hartman, Columbus, O. returning every second Wednesday of each aug3 - 6rn We want to talk to you about our new line of Foot M of the Michigan, built in 1S44. and month. Reference every physician fcbl6-l- RichDkab Sik: " not monopolize tho jirivilege of nam mond, Ky. s of the ing warship; so the wants to be have cuml me of one of the worst cases u Wear for Fall. We think we have the most interesting ij It is estimated that " of catarrh any one ever had. My case male population of the world use to to name the battleship Wiscon- was so severe that I was compelled to You first notice that you display of these goods ever seen in this City and feel Pianos and Organs bacco. cough less. The pressure on R sin. .Among her qualifications sho discontinue sny business, that of conthe cbest is lifted. That feeling certain that you will favor us with a call. A call does In the manufactories of rersia a mentions the following: She is fifty-on- e ductor on a railroad; but I am now of suffocation is removed. A day's labor extends from 5 a. in. to 8 ears old. got her education in a entirely well." cure is hastened by placingone of not obligate you in any way. We take the greatest .Ordinary treatment of catarrh tis for p. in. liitlo log Echoolhouse in Winconsin, local relief. Cures are not expected. The fruit of years oi experience and hard stud- - is. embodOf No. 5lt Fourth Avenue. Louisville, Ky., will pleasure in showing our stock to the public as we are Glas is not used for tho windows of knows how to cook, knit, spin aud be at the Hotel Glyndon, Eicomond, Ky., on All we know is at Dr. Ilartman's method eradicates ca- ied in this magnificent stock of ours. Cherry Dr. hou&es in Manila They are glazed make soft soap, wears her bair shorty well aware that it is the hest possible advertisement 3 tarrh absolute!. Get his latest hook your service, too. We haven't any trade secrets. We tell Weiiesday, Nov. 23, 1898, with translucent oyster shells. and has christened and reared two and leara how to combat this insidious Pectoral Plaster-ove- r the exact facts about every thing you care to ask about means we can have, and our line is at your disposal. Medicine Co., 3tou of her Own. disease. The Returnlngoceday In each raonth. Eyes exWhatever the conclusion re'gardirg boys and two nirlsr Why is goo& what it's made of, etc. Our leaders: BUSH the Chect. Columbus, O., will niail Dr., llartman'3 glasses scientifically adjusted, amined, and business with yon later ox. the Philippines, this is certainthey I'AvNOS, and UNITED STATICS ORGANS, & GIRTS The Three Jtnnch Boys, or The Great books free on application. octt-ltnnst not pass back into the hands of Winthrop Claim, is one of the mott carry instock the Highest Grade Ladies, don't buy until you see our line Of $3.00 are unexcelled We H. A. Scott, Tlurt, Tenn., writes; A Book Free. Spain. Whatecr the trouble 'with interesting stories of advenlure' that A" nnmrilAto I feel very thankful to my Maker Sowinrr "MTjifViiiriAS tn.hn frvmifl in flip. TnnrlrAt,. KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. It is on the Diseases of the Respt. Shoes. They Ajiuinaldo, a recognition of the partial iias been printed in years. It is a bay's and your great medicine that 1 am Throat and Lungs. m be found at pur place gf, business at of L US. CUE, nM.t, LuwgtM, Sj. authority of his followers under the story, and has been written f peelahy cured. I would not- - be without Te- - line rniiP.irpnnlA nf AIYvrHcmn nnrl la'r1irinp rviitnrJAs :irp oil fimoc WrHm urn Freely. LrrEBAay.BiBiE, medical, and com- in the house." direction of the United States, fur for the Sunny 'South, and'.wHi appear ny complaint whterer 1C yon liavc L'X && , 'MERCIAL. COLL55QES. for cordially invited torcall and inspect our "selections.-has "been curing catarrh jind des're tbe best ineuicl ndvlce yen nislies the only:,olution of a difficult in an early issue. s " y can possIMy receive. nie mo umiw nd Biblo Conree 82a TnlUon tcr Utera-fortr" Years. It plucks out the, rootn We ar,ealsb prepared, to get any -- piano or iBsroumEnts ireeiy. ou irriirccciTeprwuii.cir,j, problem. To let J he Spanish resume 510.600 .....j xAr ttian tv.ntT tfe&cherft. 1 up.. All TbobbmOs of sBewstfal alumni. J THfrojm his Bible to 'of catarxh anduilds people parties thative do not carry-speciall-y C, AYBK. fcorreU, Han. in --stoclc less aftef'the tremendous XiHKl1 way irrarauiBBi. DE. J. for authority there, ' druggists sell it. bocial ad moral vreMare ot'staaeBW receive eot-ocohquerlhjthemliy Dpwey and liemrmiim 'trOThjentTeniaa than if .monev. ihanTtiier eih' purchase them.V.Leve &Aa!rMj&r "M filKe;K.21.41 pedal tteBtfm. Opea tolfeeA '1 caUVogses aMrea the PresMcot. janUest injustice lielHtrf brrefv broiiftkfeBp i all M Jferritt, would Yf-pianaCtunwrig attoMoA. " ' --The'JJbwey.Music-Coihan " 'J5. ' " iParfei aMAI and an in((UUot8 Jjirce. W. -r. SR,VHtS,BnliMf8lHter. Scai 8ot, Wcbm4l, Ky. -in . , ;:, '" v, Jtj tV .". Jt M- c : v . ' Jh- . ' A-go- . j providence in a practical manner. It patch." Lexington, Fayette county, second is The Dispatch also has a staff of over announced that Herr Meyer has pre Monday. sented 1,000.000 marks for the purpose 300 active correspondents in the South, and Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon- of erecting 27 workingnion's dwellings will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS day. ill Leipcie L'ndenau. of any other Louisville paper. Get the Georgetown, Scott county, third MonDispatch; it gives the nens and tells the Comparisons in the September Sum truth about it. day. mary of Commerce and Finance, issued Daily. 8 pages; Sunday, 24 pases; WeekDanville, Boylo county, third Monday. by the treasury bin can of statistics, ly. 8 mgs. We club" with the Weekly Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third show that the exports of steel sheets Dispatch at the remarkably low price of Monday. and plates have increased from 4,87;;,-11- 9 pounds for the nine months ending Winchester, Clark countv, fourth Monday. September 30, 1897. to 45,043,967 pounds HILLa' PAIN PILLS. "One cent a dose." Versailles, Aoodford county, fourth for the corresponding nine months in An old adage reads "There 13 a placs for verything," and for everything to be in its place, the LOUISVILLE DISPATCH slouW Grid a place in the homo of every DEMOCRAT in the SUNNY SOUTH. The Dispatch is the paopie's pap.r, oQ'iud by the people, and i3 always ready to fight for tho cajse of th2 p.ople. JT STANDS SQUARELY ON THE CHICAGO PLAT-FORwithout the aid or consent of the boym. BAicma powom co.. ksw vohk. Gold Bug Monopolies, and a fair comparison of its news servlse (now bsing furnished over leased wires by tha New York County Court Days. Mejer is so elated over the safe Sunr tho Chicago Inter Ocean and the llerr return from captivity of his son, Northern Tress Association) with that of Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Hans Meyer, the African explorer, that any other paper, will ful'y verify Its Richmond, Madison county, lirst MonMotto, see it's he wishes to show his thankfulness to so, and "If jou so It it in the Dispatch Disday. if it's is always in the Royal T. CALDWELL, e Bmmm.. . Baking Powder of Parkersburg, W. Va., Eecom mends Wrights Celery Capsules. PAKKEKsncna, W. Ya., 2T( 199o. ffTw i ii Makes the food more delicious and wholesome January The Wright Meo. Co , Everybody Knovi's , m (St (PrvS ff ff'Fl f?& -- e A . (ih lllo $1.25 A YEAR4 Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen. I have been using Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1S91, and find them to be as recommended. I first beuan taking them while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treatment for Sciatic Itheumatnm, Liver and Stomach trouble Constipation w Inch I had been a long sufferer. I fouud the Celery Cepsules gave me great relief irom the beginning and have used them ever since. "With pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any and all suffering with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours, ClIAKLES T. CLHWELL. Sold by T. S Hagan, Drupgist. Price 5""c ents and $1.00 per box. Call at drug6- wunnle. store and get e. && -- .4 - 3P KJJFL r i e a ii FLYERS! i $5 00 $7 50 i .11 tfiYRjtf! ESS Ht Sli Ml 1SJ gr is-.- I 'j -- Agni-jald- o, up-to-da- te $12 00 Suits 2 1 ChlM-Blrt- SUITS 7 le-.re- y . J. - decS-ly- V - Wheeler & Wilson -- well-know- OF 160 ACRES, It Sewing Machine,, y"'f JC4DM - st Chen-ault- 's - i jailing in our store is fresh and Boggs-McKinn- ey ..... I Ball Bearings, Mf new, no old goods and everything at the lowest price that cash can bujr them for. lf - 7- mm a 0 H. y J. STRENG, - Octo-berOa- - accu-piey jyg? m.-i- Attor-ne- d j ilSTfiP IMS ll i el two-thir- d lifnif mjtfu i LLsrm fc m RMtrbfrR m;m: m Itrmim? i nff nft -- 4 II i n jli I FJ tj&adianz 7,tr last I - - ce f-- DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, k- " 12-- 1 y Coiasspira tn-.r.st-i- ke I ti-- FOR SALE BV I n, .. rrl. I -- . KTOWlUVl S'WMJTYo HESOEMIGi:, & m BEFTHo a v j.j6a..o D.B.Shackelford&Co., tq Shackelford h; Grt-cery- . HEROISM y J r-- 1 T ! J. I Richmond,' ,Jim Kentucky. k ONE MOMENT t n C--C a. jFt MayBjB Organ Ft Mayii9 Indo Pe-ru-- Mnn-a-li- n y. tvo-third- ed Dr Goldstein, ill W; Em M Ayer's Pc-ru-- it It y as0 SheetIusic are-beautie- s. rn-n- a - Pe-ru-p- a 1 i . 3 ?. f ,J" lr be-cM- ie iis - -- K, i' 'xeem&ft&ros., RSTSTRia&.' .,r -- -- -- !'! 0.c 8 fe -- r 'S -- t Sx S is Jf" Tj i.-- . M ? The Richmond Climax. J. C CHESAULT, I Proprietor and Editors. A. D. MILLER. C E. WOODS, Associate Editor. llL hasn't broken loose in Barren county, there is at least a strong smell if of sulphur in the air. The Glasgow Times has decided that Conductors t: KDXESDAY. NOV. 23, - - lF'JS. BT l PUBLISHf.D ZVERY WEDNES11AY The Commercial suspects that Editor Richardson A Friend Put Him on the Track has been revising his silver prediction to Good Health and is now, trying a ruse to escape the responsibility of the result. Louisville Commercial. Had Been Laid Up for Two Months Nope. The editor of the Glasgow-Timewith Dizzy Spells. s is still the free-silv- er fool that a TTVft uu fTlTrnav wiiuiuA PKR "Pry-niwr- xiiiinuy P. wu, Ix the county of Kockcastle the name of Mr. Zeigler, Prohibition candidate for Congress, was not on the ballot, and FOE AUDITOR. it is suggested that the vote of that . county, which gave Davison a major We ure authorized to announce JOHN CHEXAULr. of Madison county, a candidate for the office of .State Auditor, subject to ttie ity, may be contested. Perhaps Mr. action of the Democratic State Convention. Zeigler failed to secure the required' number of signatures to his petition to "COURT ORDER." have his name appear. He told us he In the case of Woods against Tipton, needed but 400 names in the entire disthe statements ami denial having been trict to get on the ballots and as he was illel, and no evidence haying been voted for in all the other counties, why That our line of Men's Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best produwyl to substantiate the statements, the case is dismissed with not in Kockcastle? If this vote is Is the best In fact the One True Blood Purifier. in the city. also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls. My judgement against the plaintiff for lhiown out Gilbert's majority would Insist upon Hood's; take no substitute. A Gun Discharged Barely Misses One Man's of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only a few prices stock to-t-s. Tipton 111 Pantagraph, Nov. 17. reach 1,01)5. Heart And Another's Head. j) l'iI15 are gentle, mild, effec that are now making them go : ilUUU J r:ii- tive. All druggists. 25c. The above is reprinted that readers A l AT." Mr. James V. mith, of this city, .. UtHl.C T ln. lm Onn..l. ..hi. j.iuiuaj. vyiaj , mu iicpuu of the Climax may learn how my and Mr. J. Quincy Ward, Jr.. of Paris, Blankets, 10-- for 3Sc. to $5.00. were hunting quail last Wednesday on proof went unchallenged by Judge licau member of tho County Board of A Great Game of Foot Ball 9 Election Commissioners, counted the Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. the farm of their friend, Mr. Harvey Tipton, lie tailed to put in appearance, , when an accin this city, Central Uni- Chenault, near this-cityLadies' Wool Skirts, 50c. although .Mr. David Rowland Freeman, vote of Madison county, in fact, he hicli they will was the only member of the Board versity will meet her old rival, Centre, ident happened to them Ladies' Vests, 15c. and up. in wIiom hands I placed my evidence B they present when the ballots were counted, in this city, and will most certainly revert to as the narrowest escape acciprobably ever had from death by and a forfeit of $50 in gold, awaited Ladies' All-woHose, 19c. Mr. Davison will be forced to admit lambast the latter until Centre's rooters dent. Mr. Smith and Mr. -. aid were for tloee davs to produce the proof Spool Cotton, lc. and up. that in one county, at least, he received will have to confess theirs the inferior driving along seated in a light "buck-board100-Yar- d that iny accuatioii were the truth, a Spool Silk, 5c. .. their gnus resting between Mr. t .. V." lair deal. Mr. Davison can not cite team. In four games this year C. U. '. tins whole tiuth, and nothing but the Ward's knees, the muzzles pointing in12 Yards Lace, 5c. an instance where he did not leceive has made 104 points, only 5 points wards toward Mr. Smith Tho wagon I " truth. . Handkerchiefs, lc. and up. m a m The above ''Court Order" was issued just treatment. He received the bene having been made by their opponents, struck an obstacle of some kind and guns out, the hammer of one jarred Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up. hv the prisoner, and not by the judge, fit of every vote that was cast for him, this being made by Newcastle at the strikingthe tho edge of the body of the Brown Cotton, 'die. per yard. even when some of the ballots opening of the season in a tie game. t e public, which now knows who was buggy exploding the cap and sending Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. the contents of the cartridge through bucked up by fact in this long drawn-ou- t could have been thrown out on account Lexington County Court Day. of irregularity. Danville Advocate. the sleeve of Mr. AVard's coat at the Overcoats, $2.50 and up. controvei&v. About 150 head of cattle on the mar- - shoulder and tearing off" the rim of Mr. ' kct. A few good C50 lbs. heifers sold to If Judge Tipton can thus easily dis-iniTiie returns from Madison give the Smith's hat above his left ear. The Always watch for my advertisement, I can save you money. the ca.e, surely I have no obje- he to the statement in the Courier Paris parties $3 15, one lot of extra good, load of shot and powder burned Mr. ction, but ho must remember that I Journal sent from Harrodsbnrg, that C10 heifers sold for $o.G5. The supply Ward's arm aud made a pretty vaccinawould off on have not distroyed my evidence against Gov. McCreary county throw better Gil- of feeding cattle was limited. One lot of tion scar to remind him of his T&e.30 bert. Jladison did Mr. Smith, however, escaped entirely than hits, which he can have at any time or any in the district compared with the SS0 lbs. cattle sold for $3 05. Jos. but both admitted that had the barrel place. A I have now "put up" I guess I result of two years afro Then, she bought a lot of S00 lbs. cattle oftheguu been two inches shorter Mr gave Davison 454 over Thompson, this Ward's arm would have been torn off can "close up" tune, the former's majority is only ISO at S3.80. Yearlings sold from 2r to .'5J. or the load would have entered Mr. Qost and Less Than Cost! Cukbm-- E. Woods Cons that was fat enough for butcher Smith's chin and ear with results too McCreary, the Clima. aiid the Regis ter are entitled to the credit. Stanford sold from '2 to 31 cents. certain for mere conjecture. J jcksox county gave only 220 llepub- - Journal Mr. Ward is President of the BourCanning cows and rough steers sold bon Hunting Club, is the crack shot of .lksin lnsjority this time a loss of over Very much thanks, good neighbor. from 11 to 2 cents. his county, while Mr. Smith is a legu- 1JX)0! Gee whiz! But vou overlooked the valuable assist No fat hogs iu the pens but heard of lar wiiuam ien witn rule, siiotgun or ance rendered to Democracy by the a few saleh made at 3 cents. Lexington pisioi, and nas no suponor as a Hunter 1 wise who favor expansion of terrieditor of the Pantagraph. His opposi- Gazette. Cor. Main and 1st Sts. in tiiis section. Richmond, Ivy. k-jKtory al-- o favor contraction of money tion to Gilbert one blast from his Declared Constitutional. and '!;;-co- ats Thu two wrongs are to make a right. trumpet were worth two hundred Ivi Kirksville Presbyterians Preparing For Nkholafcville Democrat. A greed case of Richmond Cemetery Tlicir New Pastor. votes. Co., vs. P II. Sullivan etc. in which We had the pleasure on Wednesdiv Tin: Court of Appeal in separate re- - j Tin: Democratic gains in the East were raised constitutional .question in evening last, thanks to tho rubber-tire- d For $10 and by Judge.-- Dtirrell and Iiurnam over the election of 1S0C are simply buggy and ft-foote- d 1848 Park Golden Wedding 1893. hoiseof ! which Judge T. J. Scott recently renthe petition for a rehearing metidous. McKinley carried New York dered judgement, was yesterday af- Mr. it. 1 campueli, ot being present All roads lead to Parkland, the beauat the big oyster supper at Mr. and case. The by a majority over Bryan of 2GS.409; firmed by the Court of in tho Separate Coach Appeal. and Mrs. J. B. Walker'.-.- , at Kirksville, tiful country home of Mr. and Mrs. ooart recently rendered a decision hold-- 1 Roosevelt's majoiity shows a Denio-;5jrih- e sm This settles the question of the con- given for the benefit of the Presbyte- George W Park, Wednesday. NovemSeparate Coach Law constitu- - craticgainof aquarterof a million votes stitutionality of the act incorporating rian parsonage. The night was gloomy. ber l(i, 189S, the occasion being the tioiud. in two years. New Jersev gave McKin- - the R. N. I & B. It. K. Co., as well as of ttie roads muikiy, aud altogether the """ burrounding circumstances were in celebration of their Golden Wedding. ley S0,095 majority and this vear only section lboz ot Kentucky statutes pro auspicious for the fourtli and final The house was beautifully decorated in While our Republican friends are givos voorhees, the Bepuolican g viding for the refunding of bonds is benc-ti- t entertainment for the church. ferns and white chnsaiithcmums and i op their hands in holy horror ,!, ffir (;nvrnnr r. nm sued prior to Sept. 21, li91. Hon. J. But iu a good cause, where christian the numerous wax candles illuminated : bocaase the vote of the precinct of Ber?. cratic con lead the of v Marvlan.l I ? ; Tevis Cobb represented the county women "lad." way, there is no such it brilliantly. The spacious dining Ma was thrown out we ant to remind McKinley 32,000. and this year word as the Re- and is pleased with the decision as it husbands, their They compelled their room was indeed a bower of beauty, 7 It Is "V C TTL cousins, their sweetonly two yeat ago the ibcm that j publicans, on congressional vote, came gives additional value to the Refunding hearts and their aunts to attend the the mantle being banked with bride's threw out two precincts in within a few thousand votes of losing festivities, partake of the bounties pre roses, and each table was similarly bonds. Boyd county that gave LaKue Thomas, the State. Massashusetts and Conpared, and to leave their shekels in the Stock is New Democrat, over two hundred majority. necticut also rdiow enormous DemoCaptured a Shiner's Still. :: cate of that most excellent lady, Mrs. decorated with these beautiful flowers. B. F. Tevis. The itipper was all that Fifty of the guests were seated at once Hailnpr remoicd my stock of Jewelry to the Bright Building on TTbc Itepublicans are not the only saints United States Marshal! Win. Short could be desiri-d- , ojsters cratic Kami. Main btreet, formerly occupied by E P. Palmer, I am better pree from the and a delightful lunch was pared than ever to serve the public. I have now the Handsomest oh the calendar Cyuthiana DemoThe Latest Styles, made a raid in the Bear Wallow neigh Chesapeake Bay, celery from the garJewelry Store in Richmond, the largest and best assorted stock. Mr. and Mrs. Park wero as served. The Cincinnati Commercial Tribune borhood last Thursday and located- a den ot the gods, crackers from crat. THE LOWEST PKICES. This stock includes 's sais"the talk of contest by Kentucky still two miles from that place, operafamous bakery, colfee, milk, bisted in receiving by their childieu, Republicans aud charging their Silver and Cut Glass Novelties, Tin: Republican of ventucky open- ing to the iniquitious election undo ted by BillRose, which he captured butter, etc., etc , in such lavish abun- Mr. and Mrs. John Fj Wagers, Mr. and DIAMONDS. bill dance as to make a hungry editor son v Mrs. Curtis F. Park, and Mr. Sam Park, ly repudiated their national platform in passed by the Democratic Legislature, and destroyed. Rose Tr3 WATCHES. being warned of he could not loaf around the table until of Kansas Citv, Mo. The other son sofa And Everything Kept in a Tpect to civil service, and they are is an aggravation of party suicide. Ttie Short's coming, made his escape. Mr. after Thanksgiving. Ami there were CLOCKS. was unable to be present, there be toiXttMed to the fjnr winds. To the authors and administrators of the elecRIHGS. Short stated to a Climax reporter that pretty girls by the score, and courting First-Clas- s 7! tion law carried out lis nrovisinn for Jewelry Store. SILVERYARE. illness in his family. About tl'ree Democrats they said, "Come up and ttie most part with honest impartiality the outfit was the most complete one beaux, handsome dames and doting husbands, and over all the scene the litiuuieu lenitives, irieiids and eigh- you are not fit to hold the last Tuesday and the Itepublicans he had ever help Special prices made on Wedding Presents. captured John Williams happy air of hospitality and welcome. I imite all my old friends and as many new ones as want honest bvrs came to rejoice with them upon meanest.. Ulce; if elected, we will turn must blame themselves, not the elec- was also arrested on a alues and courteous treatment, to come and examine my stock. wairaut which It was a dehghttul season of refreshing, this happy occasion, among them n 0 every man regardless of his ef- tion law, for their defeats of this year." Mr. out Short had been holding for some and when we turned our tired steedls Clocks and Watches Repaired on short notice. It would he better for Democracy, time, charging of their grandchildren and only up the lantern-lificiency, to make room for our jHoraud him with running an headresolved never t to lawn for home, we d perhaps, it the ConiKs m futuio great grandchild, Aunie Bennett needy henchmen; yet we need your methods illicit still near Narrow Gap, 9 three such oi frieniis and relatives. hen, aged three. Mr. and Mr. Park of the "lst Congress were repeated by help; mine anil help us.' proceeds were devoted to paintmiles east of Berea. hut Williams havThe are in splendid health and promise to Oar Kentncky Itepublicans should the Republicans, that of the whole- ing a very sore leg, gained the confi- ing the pretty paisonuge of the church sale unseating1 of Democrats. The dence or Mr. Short and made to which the congregation has called celebrate their diamond wedding, us read the biorjinhy of Rooevelt, markhis es- Rev. H. B. Zernow. of ages are sixty-eigh- t Marion, S. C. ing partirutnTly hii services to this popular indignation arising from such cape and sixty-ty-s- ix where they had put up for the This revereiiil gentleman is n native their a course would at the next election tespectively. They received great reform. night while themar&hall was snoozing. Scotch Inch Presbyteiian, a graduate sweep the G. O. P. from power. of Hampden Hdney Theological Semi- many costly aud beautiful pteseuts, as Electric Railway to Lexington. Tun Republican party in Kentucky nary, and comes highly recommended follows: is on the down grade ami is going at a Hox. Sam E. Scott, the popular Certain energetic men of Lexington, from that hot-be- d of 1're.sbyterianisui, Mrs. JCancy Moberley, a Venetian Master Commissioner, used to tell a very rapid gait. But this is not we understand, are considering the South Carolina. Mr Zernow has a ase; beautiful Masonic gold pin, wifo and four children who will restorabout a steer driver over in advisability Tlic jwrty came into power by of building an electric car ceive aheaity welcome to their new- Messrs. Joe and Stefe Bates; gold nickle fork, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Park; handaccident, and soon demonstrated its Laurel county that illustrates the at- line from that city to Richmond. HI born e. JrXfe? P?3 ! Hoitnej.". to govern. ' Between Mr D P. Armer presented to the some ebony and brass clock, Mr. and the titude of the Republicans on the Goe-bIf sucli a project is seriously conMrs. T. E Baldwin; onyx and brass election law better than anything parsonage greed for office, which brought disaptemplated the probability is the capital and also a handsome swinging lamp, vase, Mtes Kitty and Messrs. Clark and We hac twenty fat hogs for sale, weighTwo stray steers, weight 750 pounds each: ing 200 to 300 pounds. pointment becau-- e there were not we have heard. The story goes on this will have to be obtained outside of carpet at a sold them a nice Brussels Biich Rice; exquisite roval Wooster one red with white face; other black and white nominal sunv. way : spotted. Both marked on right hip with paint. nov23-t- f de-tjQ. J. WHITE & SON. Hie! enough to go ronn.:, and the cracker ar, witli solid gold top and Strayed from citv Dens on court dar liranrH "Once upon a time a man was en- Richmond. No business man of Richhandle, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sea rev; gold . be leaders, without sufficient lut heir recovery- mond, who has his own interests at A Sad Death. DILLARD BERRYMAN, gaged in the more or less vexatious oc fork, large gold berry spoon and gold miity in that duection, dissensions Brasfleld, Ky. heart, will likely encourage by aid or It is very seldom we aro called upon oister trowel, from Elder lohiiathan ! up and the breach between the cupat'on of piloting a team oi oxen counsel such an enterprise. It would to witness or to share in such a sorrow-a- s Park and children, of Bloomiugton,Il; or Sale over a Country road, and in course of befell this community last week ueaiititui engraved lS4S-lbkws w Helled :ib time went on. solid gold aflord a means to distroy himself. untimely r..e differences between the factious hi: day's work, had become more or Naturally such a road would benefit by the popular death of one of out- sugar snoon. S. S. Parkes: salndbnuM most and beautiful voting; Mr. N. B. Deatherage: fruit are rf a character that will not rapidly less intoxicated. The wagon was mov- Lexington and those people who spend ladies, Miss Amy Smith, daughter of dish,and Mrs. J. Patton; beautiful gold WMWWWiWSWWW House and I will offer for sale privately my Mrs. R. ing slowly along when the driver feil I ttl.awl the prospect of the party for Lot situated corner of North and 7th their money away from home, but it Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Smith. Fori ladlo. Mr ami Mis. W. II. Hnte- - mlil Streets, back on the K Uurnaro's property. St:ite of Kentucky ) November Term. beneath the wheels, and the wagon several months her health had been de-- iellv snoon. Mr. and Mrs. Georire Rice: The house has of A. rooms, good cistern, sta- Madison Co. Court. J November 7, 1S93 t e future is anything but promising. seven would be a death-kne- ll to the busiue&s passing over him, breaking one of his clintni' and with her mother she had large gold ladle, Mr. and Mrs. Hichanl ble and other necessary outbuildings; the lot .THciiinomi, union antl Klliston Distimes sought restoration iu the mountains of Cobb, Sr., of Stanford. Ky ; cut glass contains about 90x90 feet. The price will be legs. "Whoa!" shout the driver. The of Richmond merchants. tricts Petition Local Opiiou: reasonable for carh. Richmond does not desire to become uoiorauo, out beemeil to .stay puff gold top, Mr. It appearing to the Court that more oxen stopped suddendly. WILLIAM ENGLISH, "Whoa! simply a residence suburb of Lexing- tho insidious noiiuiifr that lighted up S. H.box, solidvase, Mrs. Perryand Mrs. disease Thorpe; than 25 per rent, of the legal oters of Gilbert; Richmond, Ky. whoa!" shouted the driver, and the her beautiful features with the fatal cut glass punch cups, Mrs. J.J. McHob-eits- , nov3-t- f Richmond, Union and Elliston Districis ton or any other ambitious and needy hectic flu-i- but was team hacked until the wagon passed surely iitanford, Ky.; handsome County, Kentucky, have community. Stand up for Richmond! ing her constitution. After undermin pitcher, Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Venetian ACTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED EVERY of Madison the weeks of over him again, breaking both legs. petitioned Bnrnam; Court that an election "WHBKii for "The west, the mother's fond vase Dr. and Mrs. I. U. Oldham; gold by Murat Halstead, Story or the Philippines waiting in the The driver had hollered "Whoa!" too commissioned by the Gov be held at the voting places of said dis- KSS Export Cattle. heart oscillatintr between hopeand de- olive spoon, Mrs. and Mrs. V. J. Wa- ernmentas Official Historian to the War De tricts on the 10th day of December, loud and oo often. So it is with the partment. Tne book was The Danville Advocate says: "John spair, they finally turned their faces to- gers; beautiful silver and gold ice camps at San Francisco, onwritten in army 1898, to take the sense of the legal voLexington, Ky. the Republicans. They hollered "Uoebel Einbry, one of sunrise, toward the ladle, Mr. and Mrs. W. I) Old- General Merritt, in the hospitals atPacific with ters of baid districts as to whether or Honolulu, the most extensive cattle ward the Home," which fate had' Old cream gold Kentucky de- ham; Kill" too often. They told the voters buyers spoon, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. In Hong Kong, in the American trenches at not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors in the State, was in Danville creed the youiifr-Rir- i should never see Covington; cake plate, Mr. and Mrs. S. Manila,onin the insurgent camps with Agui-- i shall be sold, bartered, or loaned in that their votes would not be counted Wednesday in quest of exporters. He again. They stopped in Lexington, aI A. Deatherage; jaldo, of theO'vmpia bronze Diana. T. E j and in thethe deck battle at the with Dewey, said Richmond, Union and Elliston roar of if cast, and so a great many of them most in sight of home, and iu hearing Baldwin, Jr.; gold spoon, Mr ami Mrs Bonanza for agents. Brimful of fall of Manila Districts, and that the provisions of the baid that he bought about 400 fnt steers original picGo tures taken by concluded it was no use to cast them Tuesday photographers, on in Montgomery and Clark, at of the prayers of countless friends, u lien M.Miller; urusden salad dish, Mrs. J. the spot Large goverment prices. Big profits. local option law, in said districts shall book. Low the fairyoungcreature passed from earth S. Collins; handsome hand painted Freight paid. Credit ghen. and remained at home. The Itepub- from $4.40 to Dror all trashy apply to druggists as well as other re$4.05, and also paid $4.75 and suffering to her home beyond the plate, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Douglas; ( unofficial war books. .Outfit free. Address, tailers of liquors licans hollered "Whon," too loud and for an extra good bnnclf of 40 w hich he stars. WHEN YOU BUY CARPETS. elegant dresden plate, cup and saucer, F. T Barber, Sec'y , Star Insurance nidge., It is therefore ordered that the Shertoo often." oct26-tThe home-cominof the corpse was H C. Broaddus; cut glass olive dish, , Chicago. bought from Bill Simpson, of Jessaiff of Madison County rause a poll to be opened at 7 o'clock a. iu and closed Remember that 1he design, the .. . mine. Mr. Einbry said that the bulk of sad. indeed. The btation was crowded inia. iiditi;lciiriucili:ui;i(l&t.t;jey vase, with sorrowing friends. The train heal- Mrs. A. "iny Precmctsin Shelby Gilbert at 4 o'clock p. m. at the regular voting Wending of colors, the grouping! best cattle in Kentucky have been ing its precious burden came at last, berry bowl It. Watts; royal w'oobter Educais the and one dozen places, in 6aid districts, viz: Court Mr '"ed majorily in moved. Bourbon county of llgu.es am! the PBICK are all this year fed and strong arms tenderly lilted the and Mrs- - .las. Hendren, r. and Mrs. FOnA 32fjN. rHUNOGRAPHY, Hoii.-e- , City Hall and University. that county was 602. beautiful casket with its lifeless gem Will West; French mirror in beautiful onuuiiuii. matters of grave importance. about 10000, Clark 5,000 Montgomery Richmond District, McCreary and Tip K55d AW have studied these points! .'cording to the Sentinel, compared 5,000, while Boyle and Mauisou fol- into the sonibre funeral car Behind it, brass frame, Mr. and Mrs. J P. Mobi, : ieiegrapny ion, iu Union District, Waco and ,,e in carriages, the stricken pareuts and erley. .Mr and Mrs J. M Moberley, lwo ears a iu in Elliston District, oufc'atnrdav, through a lifetime in the Carpet lowed with between 3,000 and 3,500each. loved ones, and fond friends of both l.pvmirtfin. TCv-L- 'n ::: nlnlo Mra r ...W i tsi htjkt Presidential and December 10th, 1 898, for the purpobe ii "sak s raub, One of the largest individual feeders iu sexes, slowly wended their way to the inns aim jii , business, and are, in addition to f... cusie jmkiii; neauuiiil.' l.ll! of taking thb Beuse of the legal voters Miowii. jiryan Hie State """"K " ..'"""-""-our exjH:rience, able to give you is James E. Clay, of Bourbon, grave. The burial ceretnonv was con- salad dibh. Mr. and M.s A T Chentif said districts whoare qualified to voip jcorTTBOHTrar received in the county 2,524 votes, Mcthe benefit of the purchasing at elections for county otlleers upon who every year puts on the market ducted by RevofLloyd, previous to w hich ault; handsome celery dish, Mr. and Kinley 2,02!), Palmer 122. and Leverthe wealth floral offerings were poner of this Big Store. about eleven hundred. Banker C. placed above the grave on a spacious Mrs. D M. Chenault; elegant chocolate &!. GENERAL W.R.SMITH, the question whether or not spirituous. pitcher. Mr. and Mrs. V. .1. Collins; ing, Prohibitionist, 52, or total of 4 727 villous or malt liquors shall be LEXINGTON, KY., AVISIi BUYERS OF LEX.IXGTO- N- votes. At the same election Thomp- Alexander, of Paris, usually gets the mat of cedar. The flowers completely beautiful snlad dish, Mary B Collins; bartered orlojiied in Richmond Union Tor circular of his fancaa and respooslblo hid the grave from view and extended dresden chocolate pitcher, Mr and top price on accoutit of the fine shape and Elliston Districts, and that the Xot on, but hundreds, have son, Democrat, for Congress, received in which he gets his stuff ready, but on either side, a veritable carpet of Mrs. V. B Smith; gold spoons, Mr. COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY provisions of the local option laws and coloring. A number of beautiful de- Uobert Cox and .Mrs. Will Kenner. heautiiieu tneir Homes irom our 2.514 votes against 2,002 for Davison, this year Awarded Xfcdal prohibition in Said districis shall applv the Gentrys, of Boyle, were signs were bestowed, one, a pillow, Bloomiiigton, III ; gold spoon Mrs Itefcrs to tbonrands at World's Exposition. of pradnates in positions. his Republican opponent. Taking the Carpet Stock. Cost or Full Un&inesa Cocrsc. Including Tui- to druggist as well as ali other iciailers top of the heap, getting 5 cents bearing the let'ers A. Y L I., Pent by Eliza Post, Santiago, Cat.; candelabra, tion, Boots and Hoard family, of liquors. Congressional election two years ago at the about t'. in SIZES ART SQUARES-A- LL a pound for .207 head, while Alexan- the social club of which the deceased onyx ami brass, Mr. and Mrs. J.-- W. Ehorthaad.Typs-'WrlnEand Telegraphy, Specialties. It is further ordered that December as a basis, we find that 4,570 votes der, according to report, got $4 80 for was a favorite member Caperton; beautiful biass vase, Mr. and ESJThe Kentncky UnWerf ity Diploma, under seal the 3rd be and is hereby fixed for the t..V), T,.00. $G.oO AND $7.00. The circumstances of this death, -- all. Mrs. Thos. Phelps; Venetian vase, Mr. awarded graduates. Literary Course free, if desired. registratiou of those persons in Rich- weie cast and the Democratc majority his GOO. larris & Whitley and Jerry Ko vacation. Enter now. Graduates successful. TAPESTRY CARPKTS- -a was. 4S2. At the recent election Gilbert, C. Caldwell, of Boyle, are among the all are sad. Tho girl was her mother's and Mrs. J. W Bales; silver waiter, lot I order o Aare your Ultert reach s, addrtu mla idol, in whom concentered her highest with "Mother" engraved in center, Mr, GENERAL WILBUE K. SMITH, Lexlngton.Ky; mond District entitled to vote at the 57c 05c AND 75c Demociat, for Congress, received 2,073, largest and oest feeders in the State." f'iregoiug A'ote. hopes. Her beauty, disposition, ac- and Mrs. J F. Wager-- ; handsome dres- had nearlyKentudv Umvertity rroumt. fort),ftjn, and not been election whose names have luuo UudenU in attendance latt year. recorded on the Registration Uli Cures' ioyat "Velvets. Dark Rich and Davison, Republican, 1,411 votes. complishments, were but tho flashings den plate Sirs Sallie Cornelison; beau Here is Kentucky's Game Law. nov!6-4books of this vean ' from this jewel of Colois, -- High Pile, Splendid Wearing This shows a Democratic Jailing off of A Copy Will the editor kindly inform us Ana as all witnessedher mother's heart. tiful dresden cup and saucer, Mrs. Jae. the grief that this Jackson; 441 votes, and a Republican decrease of through Mr. John F. White, Clerk, Qualities 85c. SI. 10 and S1.25. the columns of the Climax if death caused there was a kindred feel- S. Cohen;pea spoon, salve and Mrs. Matt jar, gold top, cut glass In the employ Ry Thos. Tiioijpe. D. C. bol votes. In other words there were there is a law to prohibit the killing of ing in every breast. Standing just apart Mrs. L. J. Frazee; si'verand pearl pawoof Geo. M. Will-gin- g In pttisuauce to tlieabovo order I will 1,092 who did not par- cjuail at any time for the next two or from the broken-hearte- d familv circle per knife, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Smith; opened ttiree ticipate iu the recent election. The game years. Please give briefly the was another.who shall be nameless here, gold locket. Miss Anna Frazee; dresden in order cause to beprecincts a poll at the above mentioned on December 10th law of Kentucky. Fox, Estill whose grief was. unspeakable, so deep, cups and saucers, Mr. and Mrs Elmer Democratic gaiu in the Congressional county, cor. Climax. to keep you 1898, to take the sense of the legal so mule, so hopeless. To him, also, Deatherage; gold spoon, Mrs Geo. JJ. race over the vote cast two years ago H. H. Colyeu, In Kentucky Statutes, acis of Feb- the sympathy of the throng went out. Todd; gold salad spoon. Mrs. Mary E busyduring the t' v?ters blierlit MaitlKoc i ouutv. What home is complete with is 210. ruary 27, 1894, the game law is given The funeral was largely attended and Shearer; beautiful pearl and sold writiout a desk? Its convenience and attested tho popularity of the deceased ng- pen. J. A. Sullivan; gold spoon, At the election held last year Shack- as follows: about whose grave not the least comfort doubly pays for the elford, Democrat, for Clerk of the bedBuck, doe or fawn, unlawful to kill were eleven cirl mourners. iIihnotable Collins Yates; gold spoon, Mrs Marium have concluded tohansr paper The mem F. Yates; gold Dewey spoon, Mr and light investment lequired. "We Court of Appeals, received a majority from 1st March to 1st September; bers of the club from which Miss Amy Mrs W. I). Rucker: cold snectaclps. for walls, borders and ceilings have put 12 on special sale this in the county over Bailey, Republican, squirrel, 1st Fehiuary Will farmsh momer ana latner, 3lr. and Mrs. C. F be all around. to 15th Juno; was the first removed by death. week. Come in snd see them. of 512 votcf, showing a Democratic gain wild goose, Park; handsome plate. Mr. and Mrs. C. paper and paper rocms com- teal or duck, 1st April to CURES DISEASE. SG.O0 buys a curley birch desk this year over last of 150 votes. D. Chenault. gold salad spoon, Dr. and rni in 15th August;, wild turkey. 1st February . acnj The Electropoise gave me complete Mrs. A. W. Smith; gold pen, Thomas piete tor xnree Jjouars witli a mirror. Awarded to 1st September; woodcock, 1st FebBates; vases, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. and Oil un in nnee. All work i relief from excruciatincr nam in thron Electric Lights a Certainty. $5.00 an imp. mahogany desk, ruary to20th June; quail, partridge or Highest Honors World's Fair, Broadd u s. done in a most skillful manner. ?,?5t ?.??. Jlr would be cheap at $8 50. Two meetings of the council held at pheasant, 1st January to 15th NovemUcware of (linlmcniH for Catarrh That Paper from 3 cents up. Solid f ailments.- -o EL: T.snowden, with Bridge-Ingrain- s, $8.50 buys a highly polished, which to receive and pass upon propober; dove, 1st February to 1st NovemTHESE ARE JUST SAMPLES OF Contain Mercury, e 121 cents; Window I ford & Co-- i Louisville, Ky. desk, finished in ma- sitions by a company, ber; song or insectivorous birds, such THE STOCK WITHIN. COME, as mercuiy will surely destroy the Shades, 10 a, headed by Mr. Frank H. Adair, of hogany. , cents; Picture T ,iave deriv,i " - .WV Ml'lll ,. as meadow.lark, finch, martin, swallow, - T?t r sense of smell and completely derange j? rt f VIEW AND THE REST IS A SETIMC formerly of thi3 city, and .Mr. D. woodpecker, There are many others iu Oak. rames, oxiv, zo cents; por- use of Electropoise than from all other the whole system when entering it flicker, oriole, red bird, TLED PACT. Kirrh an Bird's Eye Maple in J. Hauss, of Cincinnati, who petitioned tauager, think, it is the V&Wj through tho mucous surfaces. Such trait size, SI and $1.50; the remedies combined. cat bird, blue bird, arc lawful grandest invention of the this sale. It you want a bargain, for the privilege of erecting poles for lo kill all articles should never be used except on best on the market, jnot be praised too hltrhlv. ace. Tt ran at times. Mrs. M. prescriptions from reputable physiyou'd better take a lojk. It will electric wires here and selling light If any person shall catch, kill or pur- cians, as the damage they wilt do is $1.10 per gallon, all colors, .nnnii.i. umuoniic, rvj . uuiuiou, be worth the trouble. K sue ten fold to tho good you can possibly black and white. "We do all . iV iutent.or have Iu pos wl tl.A In ninatii .l.na I JohnH. Davis. Esq., of Barbours-vill- e, derive from them. Hall's Catarrh kinds of painting and paperafter it has been caught or 1 session Ky.: "The Electropoise Is tho Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & the Incandescent globes will be giving killed any o the foregoiDfr birds or aniCo., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, ing for .less monej' than ''Am- best allround- - doctor ,1 know of. My to such consumers as desire that mals before light wife suffered from effects of la grippe tho law for their protecand is taken internally, acting directly Get prices on Win- for several yearar alsoa complication kind of light. upon the blood and mucous surfaces of of Successo)- - to J: S. Coilim. Thij gas compauy is repairing its tion expires, he is pultject to n fine of dow Glass, etc. Call and be other ailments. Now she is entirely tho system In buying Hall's Catarrh building- - recently wrecked by an ex- not less than five nor more than " well. Indigestion bothered rae a great Respt.,- Cure be suro you get the genuine It convinced. ! plosion and will continue to furnish twenty-fiv- e S MLLWARD BROWN, graduated embalmer and" dollnrs for each oflenbe. deal: auj now well One of the neighis taken internally, and made in Toledo light as heretofore The competition 3Irc Itnbbit, who, as it seems, is such bors is using it for lung trouble, and Ohio, "by F. J. Cheney & Co. TestiMOST PERFECT MADE. will cause electric illumination of priVAN AIsD BROADWAY, reports improvement." vate houses to cost less than at pres a pest to the farmer's orchard and gar- A pure Grane G'cam of Tartar Powder. Fret monials free. m. jajffi .Sold PHONE a.-- s Ky. ent, though just what the rate will be den, has lost all friends and there Is no from AmmoHia, Alum ocany other adulterant tle. by druggists, price 73c, per botJ Lexington, r DiBOiS . WEBB, epU-1cannot be said. provision made for his protection. 613 Fourth Avenue. Louisville. K v. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. PRICK YEAR, ?1.50. the white voters of the i majority of United StatPS w,ere in ttie last ivesi- deutial election Glasgow Times. ANNOUNCEMENT i -- The Conference of the College Young Men's Christian Associations of Kentucky will be held at Itichmond, Ky., December 911. A very attractive programme has been arranged.- Among tho speakers are Piasideut W. C. Roberts, D.D , Centre College, Danville; Prof. J. V. McGarvey, Kentucky Uni"I have had a stomach trouble for tho versity, Lexington ; Mr. Archibald A past three years and last winter I was so Hill, and Mr. W.I. McNnir, Louisville; that I could not work for over two Mr. G. N". Bierce, Dayton. Ohio; Mr. H. months. I would have dizzy spells when P. Anderson, International College J. ParI could not get out of bed, and when I Secretary, New York; Mr. V.Chicago, was lying down it seemed as though there ker, Intercollegiate Secretary, Mr. H. A. Wilbur, State College was a hard lump in my stomach. The and Secretary, Ohio medicines given me afforded relief only The railroads have granted one and tor a time. A friend advised me to try one third fare for the round nip. The Hood's Sarsaparilla, which I did, and after Association of Central University, taking six bottles I am glad to say I never Richmond, will entertain all delegates. felt better in my life. I do not have any Large delegations are expected from dizzy spells and do not feel the lump In the ten college pssociations in Kenmy stomach." A. Jackson, Passenger tucky, and members of faculties and from institutions iu The Conductor, P. C. C. and St. Louis By., students no associations will lie State having wel429 19th St., Louisville, Kentucky. information and program- comed. Full obtained from Henry E. me may be JP SarsaKosevear, State Secretary, Fourth and Broadway, Louisville, Ky. - Story The Stale Meeting to be Held Here Next Month. a, Are you married? " WARI ON CLOTHING! Worth of Clothing must be sold bv I mean to any particular house, if so get a divorce and buy where you can get the BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY. Come to nvy store and convince yourself of the wonderful reduction in "Wraps, Dress Goods, Underwear, "Wool Hosier', Blankets, Comforts and Notions of all kinds. Hood u & parilla DON'T FORGET I 4, ol sic- mmmxlsmm&k JANUARY1ST --- SIB IdHflH '- being compelled to remove to my new store house on Main ," iiiiim Street next door to Jno G. Taylor's as i Soo&s efcT week have concluded to remove asfew goocK as possible, and in order to sell same we will close out our stock at xomn cKEE, '4 liis Nfi Here are a few of the prices d Mi j ' wtwnmmm laiidsoniest Store! As !!:, j !,. nm. candi-lioMiu- Largest St Uvlt Lowest Prices l . $k Boy's Suits at your own price. gf & Children's Suits at 50c and up. Stetson's g 85.00 Hats at 83.50. Underwear at any price to close out. Gloves of all kinds too cheap to mention. if! li four-cours- - Hay-ward- EgdCall and see us before you buy as we will guarantee to save you money at u; v fer mmw iif-tee- A high-hande- S ARMERrThe Jeweler, FAT HOGS! Privatsly JAS First Street, Richmond, 11 STOUFFER'S, Ky. sur-priM- rr3777SS7'. -- el Two Stray Steers! I I i.- t-- Election Notice! . CiF.Brower&Coin it Blindly h "The sensation of the week on Don't Main Street is the complete and beautiful bedroom scene g m ii ' .,,,. ""'mii '. -- njfg rae&5SSv&2NV aLjjfij jy S Type-Wrrti- ' Kava-n.tiigi- T 1 ...v ;:-;y::- g, it is a positive wonder j stay-at-hom- es muift I j Almost a Necessity. 1IAB ia dull season i m at El-'trop- how so much elegance and comfort can be gathered into a store without the magic touch of man to arrange it. But it, is there, the admiration of all." The room set in one window, is rivaled by the parlor ifHain set in the other. well-mad- non-reside- Cyn-thian- - -- .v,,,.., 1 Paint I 7 T i'h CREAM ca:.,ii 1-- -.. biF,Bmwer&.Co V BAKING rOWMH IS, jjag ,"? NEVILLl" M0BERLY, ateurs.' 1 sgj m , Hall's Family Pills aro the best. Ini J m w. uif snob i mom, r5 T I Bept7-3-m. 5 "j- - .c ' " 1. ..3k . a BBIwgKHMHBI 3&t t- ICt -- J 1? -- ' --- ' K - x. ,'-- "l 5vt't H- . '- - .: r4N'! K V t,LA,li. V.. - liW 3- Tr: . ': a ' ,,,-'- - J i t1 JJ M . :'."' ,j . '!"ui. -cm vf-.- rs - - ' - 'vlfc,' - ' W5;; a .. ft? r ."'' ' ' v. - '-4- THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. SUTFIPLIEElNrT. PERSONAL. ;4 -- Mr. Milton Covington is some better. Mr. T. D. Chenault went to Lexington ou Monday. Miss Annie Bennett has returned 3- .3 f "t .- 1 a it e, y. ie 1 ' il 1. il 4 A t ffi - h ir e ie s. vl " it ie V " : II re ' ; G e. g, Is e, re ie '.-.''- . s. !tl G. ve - te in, n e- - from Louisville. ( Mrs. J. Stone AValker is at home from Louisville. Mr. Henry It. Pickels was in Lexington on Saturday. Mrs. 0.aL Collins has returned after a visit to Pineville. Miss Mary Spencer Smith is in Louisville this week. Mr. T. T. Covington was in Paris Monday on business. Mrs. Jack Asher. of Pineville. is visiting Mrs. H. H. Colyer. Mrs. S. F. Rock and Mrs. Walter ll are at home from Irvine. Miss Willie DeMoville of Nashville is visiting Mrs. R. W. Miller. Mrs D. N. Sharp, of Slielhyville. is visiting Mrs. B. L. Middeltou. Miss Mary Little is thegiifst of Miss Jiatherine Harvey, in Louisville. Judge J. M. Benton, of Winchester, visited Mrs. C. ". Smith last week. Irs. R. L. Gentrv is visiting Mrs. Theodoje Wilson on Station Camp. Mrs. Stanton Hume and Miss Bessie Miller spent Monday in Lexington. Miss Van Greenleaf gave a swell six last Wednesday. o'clsck dinner-danc- e 'Nellie Hood, of Covington, is Mis visiting Mrs. Laura Walker Chenault. Mr. John Shackelford, of Montgomery, Ala., is visiting his parents here. Mr. WillGoodloe,of Danville, visited his mother, Sirs. Olivia Gregory, last Az-bi- :W tie Is1 J. Quincy Ward, Jr. has been the guest of Mr. Harvey Chenault for a week. Mrs. Sue Prewitt.of Lexington.isthe guest of Mrs. Win. O. Chenault, at Colyer. Miss Anna Belle Harber is visiting Mrs. Florence Heath Severance, at ? N'JK week. Mr. on ;k ur of or le ad Of. W yw'jfc ay! tip al m- - . o n d! 1c Stanford. Mr T. E Arnold, by reason of II I ness, is much missed from his place on Main street. Miss Virginia Chenault has returned to Georgetown after a visit to Miss Katie Smith. Misses Pearl and Mary Gentrv returned Monday from a weeks visit to Estill county. Miss Tatsie Stewart, of Augusta. Ga., is the guest of her sister, Mrs Jasper K Smith. Miss Hallie Tudor, of Irvine, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Claude Smith, on Second street. Mrs. Harry Miller Winn is slowly improving at the home of her mother, Mrs. Robert Miller. Miss Fiorrie Chenault leaves next week for Columbus, Ohio, to visit Miss vas 4 fii &Zk ed ar iSt, he-e- Charlotte Robinson. Mr. George W. Evans, Jr., and bride, Miss Minna Crutclier, are at home from their bridal tour. Mrs. Annie md Jtlt. tlit n- it, Chenault McCown is " - ich ere eW . visiting bar sister, Mrs. Nelson Prewitt Gay, near Winchester. Mr. and Mrs. Walker McKinney, of Winchester, visited thelatter'e brother, Mr. B. F. Boggs, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Allen Ken-ne- y, nee Miss Delia Ramsey, are visit- led ol de- - ing relatives in Tennessee. ov, by EC.' ." '' ; '.? annual State meeting of the daughters of the confederacy at Louisville last week. Miss Anne Crutcher, of Jetts, was the guest of Miss Charlotte Bowmar here from Friday until Sunday. Miss Crutcher is a pretty and charming girl and has many admirers in Versailles. Versailles Sun. Friends of Capt J. Len Ballard regret to learn of his continued illness. He Is much missed from his place in the Bus, and we hope he will speedily recover. During his absence his place i filled by. Mr. Wm. Devore, Jr. -- Wednesday evening, atTthe home of the bride. Rev. H. L. McMurry officiated. this city, and who visited Miss Lillie Mrs Jones, although cdmpartively a Rieckel, died on her way home from young woman, is the widow of three husbands, Win. Rodgers, Robert SamMiss Bethenia McCord, of Hamilton Hie west. Wednesday, where she had bem in quest of health. Her death uels aud Joseph Ambrose, all of whom College, will spend Thanksgiving at she has outlived. She is a beautiful and home. Miss Beula Pugli, 'daughter of was from consumption. Cynthiana estimable lady. Rev and Mrs. Jones Democrat. Congressman Puglu will be her guest will make their home at Berea where Our old yet young friend, Dr. Carl L W. J. Rowland, a distinguished atthe bride owns nice property torney, and Alexander Fraser, a capi- Wheeler, has removed from Huston-iIIet- o Cotton-Lon- g. Mr. W. Leslie CotLexington for the practice of talist of Toronto. Canada, are in the ton, son of 'Squire Nathaniel Cotton, city, the guests or Col. O. D Chenault. medicine. His address is 144 E. Main, and formerly Deputy Sheriff under where Richmond friends will always Miss Sue Hume gave one of the largreceive a warm welcome. Carl is well J P. Simmons, was married Sunday est and most fashionable parties of the remembered here, among the students near Cnttonburg to Miss Susie Long, seasou lastTuesdav night, at her handand citizens, having made many the beautiful aud accomplished daughsome home on Silver Creek Heights'. friends while attending C. U. in 1S92 4. ter of Mr. Robert Long. The vows lives together as that mingled Mrs. J. R. Marrs and daughter, of Jas. S. Winn went to Richmond one took placetheir the home of the at Danville, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wher-ri- tt Monday Mrs. W. H Wooten is visitand Mrs. J. L. Stormes, of Lan- ing rela lves iu Richmond. Solon bride in the presence of a number of relatives and friends. Rev. A. J. Pike, caster, attended the JacksSmith and wife, of Fayette, Mo., are of the Baptist Chnrch, performed the wedding. guests i.f the lalter's cousin, Mrs. J. M ceremony. We extend to them our apt. W. H Adams is out again, Rash. Mrs. Smith is a daughter of lr. and happy ha ving suffered from u dislorate-- arm. Sam T. Crews, formerly of Madison kindest wishea for a long life. His daughter, Mrs. IVnlck, of Louis- county, aud who at his death was one Jackson-BoGGS.-On Thursday evenville, and Mrs. Cow-gilof Onmha, are of the wealthiest men in central Miing last, Nov. 17, at 8 o'clock, Miss his guests. ssouriWinchester Democrat. Alene Jackson and. Mr James H. Boggs James S. Richardson, the famous were united in marriage, Mrs J E. Storms is in Richmond at the resithis, week to attend the marriage of 'Cotton King" of Mississippi, the dence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Mat-ti- e Miss Alene Jackson, who has been a heaviest cotton planter in the world, Jackson, ou Third street, this city. frequent and popular visitor to this died suddenly at Benoit, Miss., from Revs. Young aud Hubert, of the Methheart disease. He enjoyed great weahl-an- od tat church, of which the bride is a city. Lancaster Record. social prominence. Among his Mr Fred Booker and beautiful siffaithful menber, performed the cerelegion of friends were several gentlemony. The bride is only about twenty ter. Miss Maria Luis Booker, of luis-ville- , men from attended the funeral of Miss Amy Richardson Richmond who showed Mr years of age her husband being probamnnj courtesies and in re- bly twelve years her senior, but their Smith last Friday, being the guests of turn were always cordially received Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Turner. loudness for each other has been long and royallv entertained by the ' Cotton continued and most devoted. Mrs. Mr. S. V. Rowland ws here Wed- King." Boggs is an only child and has received nesday en route to Richmond. He Mrs. Sarah E. Marrs and daughter, the care and training which a fond bears up with christian fortitude under Miss Ollie, left torRichmoud this morn- mother and indulgent grandmother alhis recent great bereavements, bnt his ing to attend the marriage of Miss ways bestow in unstinted measure. health is very poor. Stanford Journal. Alene Marrs Jackson, to Mr. J R Mr. Boggs is the o!d,est sou of Mr. Mrs. L. J. Frazee. Mrs. C. D. Chen- Boggs a prominent young farmer of Joseph Boggs, is a graduate of Central ault and Mrs. J. M. Poyntz, delegates Madison. The wedding will take place University, class '86; and has been from the Boonesboro diaper, attended and will be a quiet home surveyor of Madison county. the "gg l, d Mr. aad Mrs. Waller Bennett will occupy the W. L. Crutcher residence on Main street next year. Prof. J. H. Chandler attended the golden wedding of his grandparents at Campbellville last Saturday. Mr. G. B. Woodcock and Mrs. N. H. Woodcock, of Danville, attended the burial of .Miss Amy Smith, la.st Friday. Mrs. Grant "Lilly and her little daughter, of Richmond, aie the guesto of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McGinn at Versailles. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cobb attended the gulden wedding of Mr. aud Mrs. George W. Parks in Madison. Stanford Journal. Misses Amy Burton, Cleora Brooks and j.lda Azhill, of Winchester, will spend Thanksgiving with Miss Curra-leoSmith. Mrs K. F. Spears, of Jessamine, is spending Than. skiving with her daughters, Mesdames Boggy, Turley mid Covington. Mr; and Mrs. Joe S. Kice spent a few davs last week iu this city. Joe Kice is one of the best liked men in the L. & N. service. Miss Halite Campbell, one of Paint Lick't most attractive young ladius, has returned from a lengthy visii among relatives in Lexington. n Miss Nannette Heath and 3Irs. W. K. Beasley, who gave a recital in Nichplasville some weeks ago, have received requests to go to Lexington and Shelbyville and if they accept, the people of the two places may expect a treat Mr. Jesse M. Alverson, who for the past several years has been connected with the best paper on earth, came up from Stanford on Friday to visit his mother, 4Irs. Mattie Alverson, whose house was almost totally destroyed by fire last week, with insurace of $3,000. Mr. J. Helm Marriott, of Elizabeth-towwho attended C. U. in who is a brother-in-laof Prof. Rice Miller, has purchased the Chrisman place, SOS acres, in Jessamine, at $55 per acre. Mr. Marriott will at once remodel the stone residence aud move to Jessamine. Miss Sal lie Taylor, of this city, has had dedicated in her honor by the author. Prof. F. S. Minier, a transcript of Southern melodies for the banjo, entitled, 'A Kentucky Reverie." Miss laylor studied banjo with this accomplished musician, aud is happy over this recognition of her talents. Miss Amy Smith, the pretty Richmond girl who was a participant in some of the elocutionary contests in n, 'S5-6,a- ad w nouncement of her death, and the next morning he took the train for Lexington. Mr. Smith has many friends in Jackson who sympathize with him in the loss of his only daughter, who was a young lady of many charming graces of both mind and heart. Jackson Hustler. W. J. Stewart, who has been with Sam Kerslake, for the past four years, left Sunday for Richmond, where he will locate. By his pleasant manners he won a host of friends here, who wish him success in bis new home! Chas. B Dickson was in the railroad wreck in Pennsylvania. last week, in which two trains ran together and a half dozen persons were killed and twice that nianv wounded. He was in the sleeping car and not injured. He writes that the screams of the wounded were heartrending, and he assisted in taking out several of the killed. Paris Kentuckian. MARRIED Joxks-Ambrose. Rev. D.K Jones, of Paris, was united in matrimony to Mrs Bettie Ambroes, of Berea, last - - ceremony, with only relatives present. Miss Jackson is a neice of Mrs. Marrs and will be remembered as a pleasant visitor at her home. Danville friends On Wednesday, November 16, to the send congratulations both to the fortu wife of George Cornelius, nee Miss nate young gentleman and his bride. Georgia Moberley, a son, Frank MathDanville Advocate. ews second born. Miss' Amie Smith, daughter of Chas. E. Smith, the well known timber man Baptist Bazaar, Dec. of Richmond, Ky.,' died on the 16th inst. at St. Joseph Hospital, LexingDon't buy a Suit, Overcoat, Pair ton, of consumption, aged 19 years. of Pants, Hat, Shirt or Suit of UnderMr. Smith was at the time of his wear until you see our line and save daughter's death on Spring Fork, this fifty cents on the dollar at Stouffer's county, and there received the sad an removal sale. 12) BIRTHS. . nil. - 'i ', " ..- - na in,-- ac r' -j .15- hZf V - J eel' arl .ihk---'v- ". ia . "i 'V --ja&&:;& - 4-- ' li:n.-V- i"rn... dso nt. -. i "2"ft S- '. J'S . --: ; 5- - .. : ' ,li. . ?.- - ittg-r-'- z" ? ".- - :t- , "jw- S&jSBga?"- - ::i .'smfDS"ssrWEMt"3? ymft&MSZ v - or is, StiJBSK .3x,A. ' . . WV ', ;.cx - . ' - . sed ing-- pen. J.. A. Sullivan; gold spoon, ibie Collins Yates; gold spoon, Mrs Marium um- - F. Yates; gold Dowey spoon, Mr and Rnr-k- p ir.c , :. ;. ;- i3JBSw.!.2 US,'AH,LM.' -' '.rs3?--28:5f"; i&:. .iL-.t r- '' ' ; -. '"!..... -- v. ,. 5i fA, ; have concluded toh walls, borders and KS& turn X7i- - window, -- " J&s ; f"s ?..- - i 'V ' ' rfmjf" - - -- 1 - 'n1; a3 . ? "i H DONT-YOIt is 1ST PREVENTIVE. U -- time for you to discard those old EOOTS and SHOES and buj' new ones? Remember dry feet are essential to good health. We agree to keep them diy for you. if you will use our preventives. 2D PREVENTIVE. 3D PREVENTIVE. KNOW 4TH PREVENTIVE. n gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. G. White. nijkf f amnubian tea cnres Pyspcp- ridlllvl Veia, Constipation and Indi- Editor Pare says the Glasgow News was not burned out, and is doinj r busi- nes& at the same old stand. Cough 25 Years. , Our Railroad calf lined Boot and Our Honest Mike Rubber Lined Boot are Absolutely NOWS THE RUBBER TIME OF YEAR AND WE'VE GOT THE Water Proof. . Our Russian Colt-skiline of School Shoes in Misses' and Children's will wear and keep the feet dry is the verdict of every one that is wearing1 them. Join the proces-- Our Celebrated Buell Bootees is pleasant lMOOTH OLID for 25 years with it couj-hand spent hundreds of dollars with doctors and for medicine to no avail until I used Dr. Hell's This remedy makes weak lunis strone. It has saved my life. J. E. Rosell, Grantsbur,', III. It y. I sulTered THE DIeI CftStl-THEr- il OFFI There has been a ood early delivery of tobacco in theOwensboro market "The Worst Cold I Ever Had." You can cure it in one night with Dr. Hell's 25c at all druggists. No cure no pay. It Pine-Tar-IIone- y. SPvv tylish 'ERVICEABLE. Measlesat Millerhburg. Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting inci dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye- - and Sicin Ointment. Many very bad ;asct have been permanently cmed by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sere nipples; chapped bands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Dr. Cailj's Condition Powders, are just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood pmitier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 3ents per package Everybody's going hunting Thanks. Salt-Khcum RUBBERS. sion. Try a, pair of them. THE GREAT FALL..... CAMPAIGN OF THE Busy Bee Cash Store Is Now - f? On! -- 5TH PEEVENTIVE. Our lk)jr,s Sealskin School Shoes are water proof and maranteed not to rip. Try a pair and be convinced. 6TH PREVENTIVE. Our Men's and Boy's Underwear in Cotton' Ribbed, in qualit3'and price. Fleeced and Wool is first-clas- s i THIS WILL BE A CAMPAIGN THAT WILL LONG BE REMEMBERED BY THE PATRONS OF "THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CORPORATION" FOR IT WILL BE A CAMPAIGN AGAINST ? High Prices HIGH-CLAS- Sa For The People! Last, but not least, our PRICES will prevent your going home BROKE. ilYE US A LOOK BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE... RACE HORSES OF THE CELEBRATED KENTUCKY STABLES S NEVER DID THE CHAFF AT THE BIT MORE EAGER TO START IN THE RACE THAN "THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE" DOES THIS ONE. "We know we are "Loaded for Bar" and man'' a cold ehill will creep over our competiwhen they hear the Startling Low Prices we are making on all lines of goods that tors crowd our shelves and counters this season. "We are showing the greatest variety of Dress Goo.ds seen outside of the large cities this season. All the new things in Crepons, Epmlins, Figured Jaquards. Covert (Moths, Serges. Fortugus Cords, Cheviots, Granite Cloths, Fancy Mixtures, etc., will be found in our Elegant Dress Goods Department. 1D00GLAS I 207 "WEST MAIN COMP ANY, STREET, RICHMOND, KY. GET YOUR TURKEY, CELEItY, CRANBERRIES, OYSTERS, giving , Day. . Colic, Neuralgia anil Toothache in five minute. Sour Stomach and Suamcr Complaints. Price. 25 Cents. Sold by Perry & Thomas Successors to W. G. ' White. , CUBAPJ RELIEF cures Having purchased the entire line of Dress Goods in Fancy Mixtures from one of the leading New York Hoiibes, we will offer them as long the last for 23c. per yd. They make beautiful Dresses and Skirts. All-AVo- ol The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY NOV. 23 1S9S. Proctor Knott Cigar. IteniembeJ the Big Brptist .Bazaar, Dec, t x ' J. CO W. Ballard fat bought of Curt Rho-du- s hogs jvUjjiuwvUu&uUiJWt:&l'JCiUiJii. 3 3 Advertisements will be received AX with the guar- i J ! THE CUM iivnlntinii pxeeed-- , r ....(.. tlmt it 3 that of any other paper published 3 in Richmond. at $2 75. -- c V C C The bird law expired last Tuesday and will be out until January 1. The shot kuu is kept warm now in the coubtant hunt for parti idges. Don't forget E. Deatherage & Co. when buying jour Thanksgiving supplies. s Full blooded Bronze Turkey and hens for sale bv Mrs. T6m nov23-4- t Baldwin. Gob-lar- AND FANCY FRUITS FROM FISH, m IIL Hill! - "SoL&vje, aim lbes 5aaGuv Cot e Caw WWtata. That is why vou get here more value for your money than elsewhere. We have culled the Eastern Markets for the latest novelties in all kinds of Dress '1 rinjniing and Dress Findii-gand when you get your Dre- from any of the "Great B::y Bo Cash Stores" you can feel assured that nothing of a later Design or Pattern will be shown vou. s - We have given one entire room of our Great Store to Ladies', Misses' and Children's Jackets and "Wraps. We are showing everything; new and in favor this season Our line of Fur Collarettes are the ii this department.talk of the town. Don't fail to see this line. - GUS MARGOLEN. Baptist Bazaar, Dec Leg Broken. OUR FALL AND WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS ARE DANVILLE VS. C. U. to decide the foot ball Here ihnmi-ionbhi- Wallace Gafney, of Paint Lick, fell from a car while loading itwitli walnut logs hist Friday and broke his leg at the ankle. Export Cattle. ReadytoWear. Take any of our SUITS and OVERCOATS at $12.50 and they have the set and stj'le of Merchant Tai- Our buyers for the Three Large Stores of the Busy Bee Cash Store Corporations, searched the Clothing Market with the Tenacity of Blood- Hounds, and they have tilled this department with one Endless Chain of Bargains. Boy's Cassimere Knee. Pants, loc a pair; Men's Cassimere Pants, nicelv made, French waist, for 98c; Men's Cassimere Suits, well " made, for $2.48, worth $5.00. Our line of Men's and Boy's Fine Suits, and Men's and Boy's Overcoats are the largest and best shown in the city. One Entire Room given to this department. - of Kentucky. -- Dr. Hobson, Dentist. -- Baptist ISnzaar, Dec. Full blooded Bronze Turkey lers and hens for sale bv Mrs. Baldwin. Gob-To- ni T. D. Chenault&old to Schvvartzchilds and Co., .V Y., 293 1500 lb. cattle for S4.S5. near. The best smoker, the Proctor Knott .Stop bv and see Gun' todav See fruit display bog e Dr. C. H Vaught and M. M. Price Centre College and C. U. play for sold to Weil 20 head of 1400 lb. cattle at the foot ball championship in this city 4 to 41 cents. . 1 lOQ-l- b. nov23 4t lor's work. Special Sale For Saturday. F. Weil bought of Mr. Tlios. IS pounds sugar. $1. wool. Phelps two car loads of cattle A No. 1 bulk coffee, per pound, 10c. iu this issue at 4i cents. cans com, cans tomatoes, 3 cans bleached Sheeting at 121c. t'et jour ingredients for black cake cans peaches, for $1. Marriage Ikense was granted to at Gus Margolen. Puip leaf lard, per pound, "cents. James O. Hall and Emma Long, last Best Apron Gingham 4c a yd; Canton Flannel, Gus Moucjolkx, We have just recieved and put on sale a Manu-- I,. J. White Son have 20 fat Wedllesdav good quality, oc a yd; Best Canton Flannel from i.c to facturers sample line of Men's and Boj'"s Caps. Onr ho;:-- , for sale, wemht 200 to LCO. . usually sold at 10 and 121c. We are selling all Something Belter Than Usual. SJc, Aver" See order for local option election windows are full of them anil our price i just Fancy Calicoes, Rest Riauds and Indigo Blues at Sic a the value on each Cap. Don't fail to see them Our Children'b Knee Pauls at less than in Richmond, Union and Elliston Pei haps you may waut something Nobby Hats for Men, Boj-'- and Children are verv' prettv-- . (2) jd. Remenanls almost given away. cu- -t at MourTer'b removal sale. than usual for jour Thanksgiv10. Dec detter " '" - ""ing dinner. If jm do, do not forget Our prices are always Hie lowest. Remember the Big Baptist Bazaar, devoted to our BOOT and SHOE DEWe have one side of our entire store-roothat we have large select oj6ters in can Co. Bi.uk Gkaps Gkooeuy Dec 9 10. or bulk, also fine home grown celerv, We carry many celebrated lines of Men's, Ladies' and Children's. Shoes. PARTMENT. Covle & Co. killed since Nov. 10 Ronau set my grates and they are cranborries, fruit of all kinds. Leave Our prices named on this line is a marvel for cheapness. You can shoe up your entire 10 0(10 turkevs and shipped them to right. Have yours set by him. OUice vour order at Joe's. family here for the cost of a few pair elsewhere. We carry no shoddy stuff, our shoes Boston. over Climax nov94t You can't and boots are all good honest goods, bought below the cost to manufacture. A Tempting Display. Fiesh Baltimore oyster in cans for If jou want to economize, buy to miss our Shoe Department. afford The housewife particularly will be n tmrntm tue country trade, at the Blue Grass your Thanksgiving supplies from Rlue ran wOv 215 WHITE FROSTT. pleased with the display set befoie her recerv . Grass Grocery. jMrn-- ' Again extending to jou an invitation to visit us this fall and take a look through our Store, where bright faced eyes by Messrs. Higgins & Ellis, the expolite salesmen and salesladies will meet J ou and make vour visit a pleasure. We are, Verv Respt , McClintock & White, saddle and perienced groceis, whose stoie is now ?J.2." buys $19 00 w orih of clothing, mp! CUBAN OIL cures makeib, now occupy Armer's stocked for the Thanksgiving trade hatHand underwear, at Stouffer's re harne.-C Cuts Burns. Bruises, Bhcu- 2) TjjFr??' old stand, opp. court house. moval salf ' "B "W T with a large new stock of ennned Ov IT "?PU T?"rr i H PT matisui and Sores. Price, 25 cents. "k Sold by Perry A. Thomas, successors to W. -- L.Kik at D II SlIACKKLHOHD&Co'fe. Ieave your order for oysters, cran- goods, vegetables, etc , and line china G. White. ad au.i the reason wny von should berries, celery, quail, fruits and other until jour head swims. Everything Are gaining favor rapidly. B A movement is on foot to build .i havt-Business men and travel- - Hk Uaitiaut home heater. .. . i . w though at II w r' J" I ! -' w Thanksgiving goodies at Joe's. lers carry them In vest j Inr!', in llm ol..o nf !....,., prices. Quaker i pockets, ladies carry tlicm I. A. W. i ollars at 10c; Dressed turkeys, oysters, celery, purses, housekeepers keep them in medU'ine ter for the benefit of the court day RICHMOND, MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN. Otj Marts at 7o., which is less than cranberries, and other ni.ee things for Ciosetsfrieiidi recoraiaendjthein to .riends. ? v J V Singleton Will Sue. SA S" . . v x r r vwVi?vsxF r tot, at Moufler'u removal sale. (2) Thanksgiving, at E. Deatherage &Co. 3 3 What's in a Name? W. E. Singleton, the photographer If you have catarrh, don't dallv with Deather-age"- s Haviiand Chinaware at 5- ''Chinny" Willis, wife, and pritty who was shot and so bidlj' wounded A Madison county school has been local remedies, but putify and enrich &X that is bew ilderiug all observers d little Nancy will spend the by Maj. Thomas C. Carson a few weeks taught in succession bv' a Sparrow, your blood with Hood's Sarsaparilla. oU2G tf bv its beautv and cheapness. n ago, filed suit in the Favette Circuit! Duck and Crow. Danville Advocate. winter at Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Willis'. The Mt. Sterling Bowling team will Court against Maj. Carson for $10,000 At Washington and Lee University the probably try conclusions with the Paris We move into our new store on The Ladies of the Christian church damages. Mr. Singleton has nearlj' close of a session found bat two gradu- team again ne:.t week. January and are giving clothing will give a cake and .salad sale y (2) recovered from his wound. He lived ates vvlio received the A. 15. degree. awav at Stiuuer"- No Griintg or Pains. at Elmer Deatherage's grocery store. here last j ear. Saw him in Lexington One was Bugg and the other was Bair. After nearly a quarter of a centurj, If jou wish to save money and in When jou ask for De Witt's Wild Arrowsniitli, 111 , Jan. 21, 1SD7. Leave your orders for ThanksgivMondaj and he showed us a bullet Cynthiana Democrat. Dollar's ILuel Salve don't accept a counteifei) we move Jrom First stree crease th heat, get a Radiant home ing Dear Sir: I have been bothered for or turkey, cranberries, celery, ovsteis, hole in his vest at the pit of his stomShucks, right in, this town i Hogg imitation. There are more cases oi worth for 50c. at Stouffer's. (21 & I o. s from D D Shackeli-orheatei with constipation and I etc, with E. Deatherage &. Co. today. ach. and a Pigg weie taught by a Cobb now tried many preparations dining have Piles being cured by this, than all that others combined. Douglas & Wells. You cau get Bale Hay, Co'ii and countj' attornej. All parties reside time. I commented using Dr. CaldBulk oysters at 30 cents a quait, Danville Leads. Oats as well as Pine Knot Coal from celery 25 here now. It was a case of root hog or well's1 Syrjip Pepsin in the fall of 1S05 There's talk of reviving the Wee.klv cents a dozen, quail in large WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK. Xext week The leceipts at the .Danville and unhesitatingly saj' it is the best Enterprise at Georgetown. Colemau Neh", telephone 21, R. N. I & die. quantities to suit and please everybody. remedy I have ever found lor mj trouMonday Only Ladies' Fleeeed-line- d novlG-t- f the fiscal ending June 150, B. depot Leave order at Joe's The sooner a cough or coldiscuied ble. Xo griping or pains after taking. Zealand. From w ere $S,839.;!7 ; those of Richmond, Hose worth 20cts for lOcts; Good Machine Persons having claims against the estate of Yours etc.. AVii. Hurt. If yon have money to burn go on the sufferer the file W L. Leeds Harrodsburg, $5,oGS.G3. The without harm toare dangerous. better. Itememtier the Big Baptist Razaar, Heefto.n, New Zealand, Nov. 23, '98 verified, Aithare notified to J. C same, properly Thread. 200 yards spool for 2c: 12 yds Torshon Of B. L. Middelton. nov2-lHackLingering colds Chenanlt, on my attorney. using our old out of date heater, if receipts of the Danville oflice are larger ing cough is distressing. One Minute 1 am verv pleased to state that since or before the 2d day of January, 1S9S, otherwise Lace for 4c; Bargains in Ladies' and Gent's not get a Radiant home heater from D. Dec. The A'olunteer Bowling team, of I took the agency of Chamberlain's same will be barred by law . JI sHAtKELFOKl)& Co. iveiuucKy except, Cough Cure quicklj cures it. Why G. W. EVANS, JR. Underwear and see us at our new Ktitwl Armpr's lllil11 u' a.v sutler when such a cough cure is with- Pat is, has challenged the Cvnthiana medicines the sale has been very large, Covington, Bow- ouisvHIe' more especially of the Couch Remedy. I5,000 worth of Clothing, Hals, old stand, with a large and complete in reach? It is pleasant to the taste. team. iin; vjieru, rmi)Kiun, In two years 1 have sold more of this I ndervvear. etc, to be closed out by line of saddles, harness, etc, cheap as Ovvensboro, Hopkinsville, ueiiuerson, Douglas & Wells. Dry Goods, Notions and other articles. Mayeville, The pain that sometimes strikes a narticiilnr lemedv than of all other January 1st, at Stouffer's, on First the cheapest To' Decide a Bet The Whiles Win. j'ears. As Newport and Paducah. Danville Adman at the most inopportune moment makes for the previous fiveinformed by the name when in doubt. MtCl.lXTOCK & WlllTK. (2) 110WlC4t. Street. To decide a bet please state which is due to indigestion. It may come in to its eilicacy, I hav of been good vocate. the exceed in uumber the white or colored the midst of dinner and make the feast scores of persons from it, andresults Win. Wilcox, ptoprietor of the -- Don't fail lo give us a call at our know-itTHOS. MEIGHEN, population of Richmond. Fox, EstiU a mockery. It is a reminder that he thej- have receiveduse of it in my own "No Flies on Grandpa." factory, has new stand on Main street, opposite Paint Lick cob pipe value from the may not eat what he chooses, nor countj, cor. Climax. COK. M.VIX AND ClIKAl'MDK. so pleasant to take (novSHyi RICHMOND. KY. his plant considerablj- bj' putCapt.Jim Shackelford tells a good ( ourt House. vviien ne cnooses. lie is a slave to tne household It is The white population is in the the bottle grandting iu new machinery and has started one on his little novl6-4- t. weakness of his stomach. A man's that we have to ofplace children VcClivtook & White. SSS the teach the . REPAIRING AND TIMEING FINE WATCHES health anu strength depend upon what on" for a winter's run. Shackelford.! daughter, Elizabeth AH Work Gnaranieed. E. J. SCAA'TLKIIURY. In this connection we quote an edi- he gets out of his food This depends Quasimoda cigars. 10 cents. MilA SPECIALTY. DrugWhile on ajvisit to Kichmoud one daj For sale by Perry & Thomas. Fred A. ler s Havana Second, w ritten bv French Tipton w hen on his digestion. Give E. Deatherage & Co. our orRemove the obstructorial uov2 lm Miller, Manufacturer fine Cigars. Rich- der for bulkojsters, celery, cranberries, last summer and becoming tired he lto uuc mlltnl" r( 'tin !?r,r-rinffihot tion by taking Dr Pierce's Pleasant gists Ky a Biioo.u on a cot on the front mond, took , Pellets. They are a positive cine foi regradded high school is s Falmouth turkevs or anv thing else that is of the Repub-- constipation and itb 9, 18!)5. attendant Mrs. fchackelford told little preD B SiiackklFokd & Co liaveihe quired to make jour Thanksgiving veranda. lican partj in Richmond is colored, and sour stomach, flitnlelice, still suspended on account of the Elizabeth to go and keep the flies off of heat- menu complete, he verv thing fresh. largest and most varied st4-half of that element returned by the dizziness, biliousness and 'heaitburn." valence of diphtheria and scarlet fever her grandpa. The little tot walked up ing stoves ever brought to this market The "Pellets" aie very gentle iu their befoie. Call aud see them. lie nun The Commissioner of Internal to him, gazed into his face and said: Sheriff as delinquent taxpayers." action. They simply assist nature Kevenue has ruled that a stamp is not 'Grandma, they ain't no llic3bu grandgive no violent wrench to the may shino briirhtly and the birds maj Constipation prevents the bodj from Thej We will make vou a $15.00 Suit to ridding itself of waste matter. De system. They cause no pain, nor grip- sing their sweetest snugs but if jour 2nd Richmond, Ky. measure and guarantee a fit for $9.73 necessary on a certilicite of marriage pa." Witt's Little Early Risers will lemove ing. stomach id not right there is no happireturned to the County Cleik in anvr -) at StouHer's removal sale. Send 21 stamps to cover ness for vou lyep a bottle of Dr the trouble and cure Sick Headache. Stoufler to Move. countj. Don't let this bring on anj r"?vV7j?fcvT5-r?-'zBiliousness, Inactive Liver and clear tost of mailing only, and receive flee Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in the limine Buy jour fresh fruits, dried fruits, hasty marriages. Having put chased the Woolstcin store the Complexion. Small, sugai coated, a copy of Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser. and use it accordingly to direction- - and f4tf-i3- t nuts raisins, figs, candies and fell table house on Main. .Mr. James Bargain don't gripe or cause nausea. Douglas & Addiess, World's Dispensary Medical the sun and birds will not shine and Association, Batfalo, N. Y. The lit. Key. Lewis W. Burton, StouQer, the pioneer merchant prince Wells. It sing iu vain. Constipation and indidelicacies from the Biue Grass Grocery gestion cured. Trial size 10c (10 doses) Bishop of the Diocese of Lexington, of Richmond, will shortly move from lowCo. Their prices aie alwayt the Burglars in Town. Free turnpikes were voted iu Carroll and in 50c and $L bottles. Of B. Ii. will preach in Christ Episcopal church, nov2-liest. First street to his new stand ou Main. Middelton an entrance into and Grant counties. 12 W. Short St . Lexington, Ky. this citj, Advent Sundaj', the 27th, He is the oldest chothier and furnisher Burslars effected the residence of Mr. John F. Wagers Hev Geo. H. Means, fonnerlj- pas morning If You are Restless New and Valuable and evening. Services at the in town, is proud of the fact, and J. W. MASTERS, Proprietor- last Tuesday night, and after ransacktor of the M. E. church, South, at! usual hours The public is cordially dining medicinal agencies are combined in and can not sleep at night, a d6se of Seating capacity ofLonging room 150. Regustill on the sunny side of sixty ing the bureaus, presses, etc., succeed2T cents. Meals Nicholasville has patented a fountain invited. By leqiieHt of the Bishop a willgiveyou lar meMs, 25 cents. Dr. Bell's It advances Dr Bell's to order at all hours. Jleal tickets lor wcefc, is as nimble as a boy of twelve. ed in securing onlj' $5 or $6 in inonej. a new theory in the treatment of natural rest and tefreshing sleep. It $3.50. Give me a call when in Lexington. . pen that it i said will yield him quite a congregational meeting of the commu- he a couidi at once and cures a cold The family were out at the home of Mr. coughs, colde, lung and bronchia trouaang little fortune. Thanks From New Orleans. nicants will be held in the church at and Mrs. Park and it was doubtless bles. It gives - immediate relief to con- in one ninht. It heals the throat, sumptives. Mr. W D. Alverson writes us to exStetsons $5.00 Hats at$3 50. $18 00 3:30 p. in. Saturdaj', the 20th. It considered an auspicious time to make ' Suits at $10.00. Everything baine way Dress Goads. Dress Trimmings. Remember the Big Baptist Bazaar, press his 'heartfelt gratitude to dear a raid But Mr AYagers don't deposit The pupils of tho Georgotown public less. hildteii love it. Old people good people of Kichmoudfor the as- his to keep from moving them, at Stouf- Dec inonej on the mantlepiece, but school have hoisted a handsome flag like it. Good druggis's sell it. Price, Msistance and sympathy extended to mj here's guessing he will deposit the thief over the building. 23 tellts (2) it fer's. M persons having claims at;ainst the estate Baled Hay. of the late Dr. John M. Foster, will present v mother and sister iu their loss by fire behind the bars of the jail. For all the new aud The plain Turkevs are beinir delivered in lame ' same properly verified to my attorneys, J. C. & Rice & Allman will kill your hogs, W A Sure ofCronp n G. J. White & Son have a "No. 1, lot of our home which we hold dear WUCU..U4.X. Hli nk.nnun up to date Dress Goods . Goods of this season at nil the county seats. lard, grind your sausage, render jonr aiKS. L.IZ2IK W. The Best Plaster. of Timothy hay to suit purchaseis; Hoarseness in a child that is subject numbers Richmond is our home." nov23-tAdministratrix. including the new co require fancy braids. butchers also a No. 1, lot of Clover hay suitable because and deliversame First-clato croup is a sure indication of the ap To fure u 'olil in One Hay 5I Mr. Alverson is located at A piece of ilannel dampened with erts, diagonals, cve-- i We have them in all Satisfaction guaranteed give them a for proach of the disease. If Chamber novlG-2- t milch cows. Baronne 3t.. New Orleans, and is the Chambeilain's Pain Balm and bound lain's Cough Iietnedj' is given as soon Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. nov2-- it pons, Ettimines, etc.,( the new designs, scroll to call. Prices reasonable. leading funeral director of tho South. on to the affected parts is superior a as the child becomes hoarse, or even All ilrugRists refund nionej'-i- f it faits to auy plaster. When troubled with Removal. come to us. "We can. novelties, nouveautes, crouny cough has appeared, cure. 25e. The genuine Iias;L. U. Q. on Give Colemaa Nell your next order He buried Jefferson Davis and sent the pain in the chest or side, or lame back, after the novO Urn each tablet harWe have moved our saddle and please you in style serpetines, for Bale Ilaj, Corn and Oats, and writer souvenirs taken lrom the old give it a trial. You are certain to be it will prevent the attack. Many A red sow with threo rings in her nose, ness store to the room recently occupied casket of the deceased chieftain audi more than pleased with the prompt re mothers who have croupj children Ovventon wants a flouring mill. ete. See these trim- price. don't forget he is selling tho best coal weight about 150 pounds, togcthemith a shoat keep this remedj' on hand and came to my placs on the Barnes Mill, piVe, rmmgs. on the market, the famous Pine Knot. by D. P. Anner, and invite all custo- we s'llt nave tuese growsome gins lief which it affords. Pain Balm is albo find that it saves them much trouble Your Besl Interests ' near Pond Metting house, about three veeks Jackets, Collars & Collarettes. a certain cure for rheumatisni. For and g! ve us a call. Telephone 21, It. X. I & B. depot. mers to worrj. It can alwaj's bedejiended Will be served by making sure of Sgo and has since been cared for by me. Owner carefully preserved. sale by Perry & Thomas, Druggist lm SILKS l SILKS I cm navo same Dy calling anu paying cuarges. M rCuxTOOK & White. novlG-l- t. upon and is pleasant to take. I' or sale novlC-iJAb. JU. WUlt'KGU. health. It will be a loss of time and ,aov23-lA new line of Ladies'' Nowhere else will you find uov2-liby Perry & Thomas. Twin Leal Tobacco. Institute. Farmers' money to be stricktn with serious ill- -' Who is (Join; " Kill Your IIo!? Baptist Bazaar, Dec 9 10. NsSj tavlor made Jackets, v more novelties than here- - We Messrs. Green, Million and Chester Commissioner of Agriculture Moore Mason Circuit Court begins ne.t" ness. Take Hood'B Sarsaparilla ar.fl' Hog killing times will soon be hero the new Taffetas in this vvaj nil luiesu miii ttuu uuiur- - have alt Stripes, Checks ombre iso icd a call for a series of county Sams brought to this oflice, Saturday, a Monday. Them aro twenty divorce purifj your blood. In expelled, sitk-Plaids will be and I want to kill j'our meat, make has renns of ' also a special lot. effects and plain all are beauings; agricultural institutes. The one for twin kaf of tobacco, something, as to suits out of equity cases. nessaud wiHeriiiK will be avoided, and Markets quoted by Thurnian Grocerj your sausage, render your lard and de- Madison of fur collarettes direct ties. never countj will be held in the bacco raisers claim, that your health will be preserved. Isn't. Main and Cheapside as "To Cure Catarrh Co corner liver same at j'our door. Price reasonfrom themanufacturer. House iu Richmond on Friday, seen before. The leaf is very large and this a wise course? I hereby serve notice on the publictaat'I am Court ' no longer connected with the Diamond Coal able. , .6(g7Ic Xo 1 Green Hides &ive monej' by buying, We are also Agests far December 2 1S!)S, Three sessions will U grown together from the stalk. It Do not depend upon snuff's, inhalants to October "ntracted 0r Harvey Douglas. be held during the daj. Morning ses Hood's Pills are the only pills to takelgh. ,;A,IL or other local applications. Catarrh i ...7j8Jc nov2-2Xo 1 Green Salt Hides- was raised near Poosey Eidge, this a constitutianal disease, aud can be with Hood'p Sarsaparilla. Price 25c j nor2-t- w from us. ALLEITH. ZARI"Q Uatterwtcfc s Pattens. 812e No. 1 Drj" Hides.- Lindeli Evans sion opens at 10 o'clock; afternoon at county. sucresfafullj treated only by inauis of a .51.00$2.25 Horse Hides Each Garrard Cfrcuit Court will meetnext constitutional remedv like Hood's Our friend and former follow citizen 1:30, and evening at 7:30. StereoptiSheep Skins Wool on...... .... 23SC5c An Imiinrlaut i.rsapai ilia, which tfioroughly puri- Monday with the lightest docket in , 2040c Lindeli Evans, was recently con illustrations ou tho lectures will Lamb Skins- hcofulous rnanj' years - ....... .G7c County Attorney of Valley county, be given at the evening .session. An To make it apparent to thousand-!- . fies the blood aud removes theThe Copper per pound- think fcreat - JKiCc Montana. He received the largest able corps of lecturers will be on hand, whoafilectedthemselvciiill, that they xre taints whiclrciiuse catarrh. Brass per pound ... A cough is not hka a fever. It with any disease, but that number Of testimonials from not -- 2e Ziucand Lead per pound... I u ij' sell or rent r farm of 315 acres of landhave been cured of catarrh by Hood's not have to run a. curtain course. Curt 2'c; majority ever given in the countj. who will disciiss subjtcts of interest, to the system simply needs cleansing,, Gum Shoes and Boots per pound to their hearts, Sarsaparilla prove the uneiualled it ciuick y and effectually with One I oa the Barne'a Mill Pike, one mill from RlchMain Richmond, Ex. Ky.. 19 acres tor . 20a0c Lindeli is a Democrat, to be sure, but the farmers from a practical stand- to bring comfort homo easily cured by povverof this medicine to conquer this Minute Cbujib Cure, the bestTemndj mood,. gocHfdweijiDg anu "wheat, bitancc: in Yellow Jloot Dry- su oiucr ,nccary as a costive, condition is i ;ra, .....15c is there, as berg, popular witli all, and point. Eggs per dozen- -. . mtironmienls Call on II. Jl. Heri(on.Riol-- v u∈ Syrup of Figs. Manufactured by disea,H troubled with Catarrh give for; all ages Tanu-iine most severe, 15c , Butter per pound- Lecluic free and muslcletween the tlfe California Fin Syrup Co. only, und Hood's "KHreaparlllft'iVfair-- trial at cases. Wo,VecQinnieud It beatiseit' Inioud , Ky- on tti.p'aee, or, AcMrt-every-lMd- y J.Y.HERJTflOX-- . 01c his success is veryrratifying-tA Country Bacon per pound... . i?Jiov9-jih&, well. ,. t. gpodr Doui-la. , . fsoliTby all drEfwists. oce J v iuiiftoB; vr: acts. ocibiw who'knows biui. Will quote prices on furo next weak. fij. w 1V ?iU&. ,i'Jt BftfS sis- - . "x rcJ& t' r ". ,ir . n isjr va 7 5 .3 ;. Ira Ss z - t J h& u ft h d? " .? A" & notice of fctray Our S0rITSand OVERCOATS 'at $8.00 received the same care and thought in tailoring as the higher grades. Every thread of warp and woof is of pure wtTSijw""''' AVo White and Grey Blankets, are selling beautiful holders, large enough lor any bed, IJ'Jc. a pair; Our Blankets ate piled Mountain High on our ledges Dlankets from in at and you can buy beautiful the price of cotton t.tuif elsewheie. Red Comtoits at 4l)c. each. 10-- 4 all-wo- Our Notion Department and our Gent's and Lanies' Furnishing Goods Department was never more complete. We lfave strained every nerve to make these departments the most attractive in our great store. Your everj- - want has been antiripated, anil our Low- - Cash Prices named ou these articles make these departments verv inteiesting to customers. .' 15 X. districts There is no other stand that can clothes you as stylishly and as serviceable as; can and at so little Same pi-ice- We are selling good vaid-v- v ide lirovvu Cotton at 4c; no dressing, at 4Ac; Good Rleach Cotton, yard-widGreen Ticket Louitsdale, Fruit of the Loom and Maon-vill- e Rleach Cotton at He a yd Get our prices on Alpine Rose otton and wide Sheetings. We tell 10-- 4 ft. e, When you visit any of our great stores, don't fail a walk through our Carpet, Curtain and I'phols-ter- v Departments. Many beautiful and attractive things will be seen here. We are naming prices on Carpets and Curtains so low and the patterns are so prettj- - that jou will want to carpet j'our back yard and hang lace cm tains in vour kitchens. to take old stand, but much larger. (W a one-ha- lf MSr-TTSV- - s m Covington Mitchell. -- s a first-cla- ss rock-botto- m Hood's III KPl 111 i"-ftRi- - -- COMPANY. $MwL "( KtnrL-vnr- il tia-der- S.Vi. (V -- -- r -- blue-eve- PISIk IP villw Jtllfm ymr&m JPlPk -t, to-da- i j loj-ear- Ad vance Advertisement! WFon post-of-fice'- Notice to Creditors! Nt-- v ui '"' IRton, HOV23-4- Ho-siei- The Maine Commission Co, Ke-memb- er s im-prov- el I nia-jori- tj. m f i Manager, four-year-o- ld w sept-2l-3- w "Three-fourth- ills-head- aches, L. E. 5' LANE, -- (- one-ce- English Kitchen, gv fjjWijjijM GO TO ?-- Street, n PIne-Tar-Hon- ej White k Gibson's Store W yU -- SSeX¬Tup to Notice to Creditors! TLf i St-'- Dress ss w S52-8- Estray Hogs. w andHereules, -8 f n MARKETS. dir-ens- NOTICE! SS'S fortj-nin- e i lot-low- s. -- US i e Uiffe-re-ie- 1 -- msiiu'-iTm-- !. tho-o-vh- u dot-s- 4 .- White -- &Street, Gibson. ir o . 1 s ., -. - - - -- i. -i S-- .v4- fel-J- V--i: ft- - V .r " 7 - vt.fjri5sg5 "S?5 , a aa aaafc -- . Frasklorl ' & Gi&cismti Railwa.;. tIn Effect May 1. 1S3S EAST BOUND. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. a.ro. 6 30 6 43 6 51 M :S IrUl-T.Z D PILCHER ON THE COURIER-JOURNA- voL 1 Reported every Tuesday at noon nr K. Ueatiiera'O & uo., jsiapio ana Fancy Groceries, .Richmond, Ky. EGGS 15c cash; lOJc in trade BUTTER Choiie country, 1015c. 25c. BERJWAX-- 20 ! p.m. 3 3 3 3 3 4 00 20 32 48 58 06 Lve Frankfort . Btl.horn. Switier. Stamping Ground Davalls Georgetown. Lve OeiKetown. Arr Xewte n. ' Ceatrerille. What Shall Be Done FOR THE DELICATE QIRL Nfcholasville Democrat 1 REGE NERO. COMPLETE BLISS ---! 1 - 0 " . -- ' M "OB 7 20 8 52 8 28 8 40 . 8 li 00 IS Ittwibeth' Pfis - 4 42 52 4 58 5 10 Clear grease wool, 1613e; hurry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c "WOQL WEST BOUND. Lve Pari Arr Mtanbeta a.m. p.m. 5 6 6 6 "vll A H J4MAW wiir ii1 iii WJ)t ITY. u ill 3 i CHEESE Country, 10c. TIMOTHY SEED-$1.3o1- .50. JM 5 30 Neurtewn. Ltfc QMEetowm ATTltaraTls. stoiniMHr Oraqnd " CentreviMe 2? 9 3e 51! 5 48 58 08 30 41 6 48 6 59 06 THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS' CLOVER oO od, BLUE GRASS C5c; extra clean, G075c; fancy clean, SEED-S4.oOi5- .00. SEED-Stripp- Yoa have tried iron and other tonics. But she keeps salfrrar oale and tfitn. l complexion worries you. Per- haps she has a little hacking? cough also. Her head aches ; and she cannot study. Give her a. a ft ? ? e Geetwn ifettttr Btkfcern. . 9 46. .10 00 '0 40 -- H ?56 10 35 115 11 H PraaVtert K i ' C. V. BBRCAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent OHO. B. IIARPKK, Gen'l Sapt. Frankfort, Kentucky. . .. n B ?f ot 5 credit for the achievement the Demo ? m,ttM l.inro tl.nn llolfl l.oir ,vn Even in !Nev York, whcie Itoosevelt NEW YORK FASHIONS. -- a has vi ou by a paltry 20,000, the result C i cannot be dcbcribftt as a Itepublicnn a. Cloth costumes are elaborately trim1 li any other candidate, victory. 2 2 e 2 3 2 i4 the Republicans would hau been med with heavy braids. D Patent leather walking boots and biioued under; but Roosevelt was a picturesque, almost a romantic figure dogskin gloies should accompany a O e suit. in the late war, and in the campaign in JanS-l- y sent free. Oldest aeency for securing patents. XewYoik, he was an engaging figure Patents tatcn throueh Jlunn A. Co. receive Browns and bines in almost infinite O sprtfal notf, without charge. In the Wdiiinn Slimilil K.ow it. on the stump. Perbonally, he is a very variety are noted among winter colors NT. Union Stock Yards, TO OUR Many woman suffer untold agony mid attractive man, and the vigor and in vogue. ititerscan. o Cincinnati, O. A handsomely Illustrated weeklv. Ijircest iniser hecniise the nature of their disspirit iith which he canvassed the Although the "drcssv" era continues, The Qual.fr Valley MfR. Co. of Chicaco ha e of any scientifle journal. Tcr.ns. (3 a yesr: four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers. requested us to announce that the liaAe sever- -' State on lor him thousands of otes. rOur Commission charges are $3.00 per car ryet scrupulous attention is bestowed ease h not correctly understood. They d al thousand sets of the finest com New York MUNN&Co.36'B- -d War Memorial Spoons left over from their It is worthy of note that Piatt ascribes upon preservation of the graceful out- have been led to believe that womb for hogs, 50c. per head for cattle The) will mail, postpaid, the victory (such as it 1st to Mr. Roosererent distribution Branch Office, (25 F St.. Washington. D.C. trouble or female weakness of some Reference Western German Ban's", Cincinspoors to eiery subtra fHll ct of MX of these lines of the figure. The perennial) scpt7-l- y ills, nati, Ohio. ie scriber to the CLIM4X, who will send name velt. popular 11. &G. corset is more than sort is responsible for the many ami address a jKistal card will do If, on That the DenioemLs came so near de- ever in demand, as dresses fitted over that beset womankind. rereiirt of the spoons, jou find them the most oeautiful specimens of the cxisiteh you Neuralgia, nervousness, headache aud worth 3 00 remit feating a candidate so attractive and it always lit well. ewrtan. 7 cents, aspajment in full, within 30 days; ir with a wanccord to biilliant, shows pully or daik ciielcs under the eyes, Hl.rt.,A1 Hill ovists no m A4 n t ill l . f?l li ..4 kw cm'vu'iiuuivuian.1,1 """i ltedingote and piincesse gowns aie riieiimatism,adnigging;paiiiordullaclie III'! clearly that the popular ill ift is toward spoon is of a ditfircnt made of rich silks or velvets, and are in the Iwck, weakness or beaiing-dovvcoffee sin showing soldiers in camp in uuua. the old paity of the people shii are imperishable mementoes of the late war. trams, have been made in the Consrees- - highly appropriate for dinner and sensation, profuse or scanty supply of accept this most and ettrv subscriber should wear. '1 hey art) frequently urine with strong I odor, fieqiient desire H !l remarkable offer, and obtain a set before it is j loiial (.'lections, and theie Is Oven a J Democrat, have trimmed with heavy, cosily silken to pass it with scalding; or burning senscrrbeA'othrfA GilcSI.8 Wi UnlO find th.it vrrn Tttrt- Memorial Sooou Offer. 'in-riu- id (1 tlin 1titi(. Tl.tc w V cIkwiI.! not braids. sation, sediment in it after standing; lllVi 111 " tltO IIUIl't Address Time or Trains at Winchester. Ky. cheviots showing a bottle or common glass for twenty-fou- r Some plaid-bacregard as a ver. auspicious result, for QlTAKEIt VALLEY MFG. CO., 357 West Harrison St., Chicago. it would uive the He publicans an op- - subdued melange of colors on the face, ' hours are signs of kidney and bladder WEST BOUND. aug31-l6 55 am poit unity to fold their hands and do rre used for making the popular jacket tioubble. lit. Slrliaff avid lieiiwgton Aceom " 38 am Eipress fr IjonisriHe nothing. Thev would say to t lie people suit. The above symptoms are often attri 3 00 pin Accom. Mtreh-ani 50 pm "Sew Vori limits V. F. V "just us we were on the eve of I'ebtor-iiif- ? While little girls' gowns aie rather buted by the patient herself or by her EAST BOUND. prosperity you olaeed a Democrat- short than long in the skiit, yet taste- physician to female weakness or womb 9 15 am Accent. lsingUm and VIorehetHlV. ic house across our path, and we have ful mammas look to the limbs of their trouble. Hence, so many fail to obtain I have rented for 1893 the several houses ad11 58 am F. F. Kw Yorfe Limited Sterling Accom 6 30 pm vertised by me last December, but have now heen unable to carry out our plans." awl Mt. little onei in deciding this matter. relief, because they are Heating, not the W vMW&TiJffi. S nf!'ireiz P'ney forests of Norway 92Spn- four or five other nice cottages, well located WashiBgtoa Express ami equipied for sale on easy terms. Call at The most siiipribiii; gains have been 'Skinny" propoi tions require some disease itself, but reflection ofthopri my office over Messrs. White .t Gibson's store, ActoaaodUon train j mn daily except luabachusetty, where the kindly screening from public gaze. maiy ause, whicli is kidney ttoithle. made in OUiertraiD- - ran daily. with Stephen D l'arrish. .Bd dining car service to Throoeh sleeping Democrats have not only gained two Best Jn fact, women as well its men are Co. consider all grades of proPAKRISH, FLORIDA H. View Ywrl. jan26-t- f Attorney and Agent Congressmen, in portion in fashioning the lovely fioeks made miserable with kidney and bladFor information, rates orsleejerreservations but have e K. HOOD. Agent U&N.lly., all oo or write defeating Joseph II. Walker, of Ilichmoud, Ky. they display for growing girls, many der trouble and both need the same orOEORQE W. B VRN'EY. the (strongest Hepublicau candi- of which aie illustrated in their hand- remedy. D ". A. C A. O R . Iiexington. Ky. Nature's most natural remedy, improved bv Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t date in the Mate. These gains are of some catalogue, which can be secured is the science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive uniiMial significance. The Democrats for four cents in stamps. great discovery of the eminent kidney Cure for coughs, to! Js and all inflamed surfaces not only indorsed the Chicago platform, Vienna cloths in very light shades and liladdei specialist, and is easy to of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. but emphasized the silver plank and will be worn all winter, both al home get at any diugstore for fifty ceuts or Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary one dollar. made it a part of their declaration. and 011 the street. mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the , of Illinois ( tntral RailThe prism! ' t iCi?sS cause of thattuki' tg is removed, an J the inflamed They brought the issue out into the To prove its woiideiful merits yon f road in ailtii'iuu to shortening the time to HrJ, r- The collar of a walking gown must be membranes are healed and soothed so that there t open, and took their stand on it, with Mesiphis and Ni Orleans, has made H "Easier . may have a sample bottle and hook tellilMJ.-- , severely plain to be in good taste. all jioints in Arkansas, t Thau is no inclination to couga. ling all about it, both sent absolutely the result already stated. and California The Texas. Mexu. Ar.ioua ' which the Illinois Some tailor gowns are trimmed with free by mail. Kindly mention apk idi train SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS In Alabama the Democrats made a The Citral Meiiis and New Orleans Wstibulcd Kvki.v.n C.mile. Iiilll1td., i equipped makes it "'Easier Than Bottles Only. 25c, 50c. ant! $1.00 Sizes ( idi.w sind send vour clean sweep, showing that in that stitched bands. Richmond BT"totake a trip to the aboie inen'ioned fctate, as well as in tieorgia, the Poputo Dr. Kilmer & Co Uinghaintou, BE SURE YOU GET tertiutn. I AM 88 YEARS OLD, andnevernsed Bueklen'h. Arnica Salve. Tlw antral is the onlv line which runs Free . any remedy equal to Ur. Bell's x. y. lists have grown tired of supporting and Vest bailed trains Reclining Chsir Cars hi It Rives quick and permanent rrlipf Dr. Bell's Tlie licit Salve in the world for Cutb. 1mm Ivmis.ilV to the soath. also a weekly men who have nothing to commend In inip as well as couchs and colds. Tt ma,cs I'uHmin Toirhf Car for California, weak I unin strong. lira. SI. A. Metcalfe, Bruises, bores, Ulcers, S.dtliheum l'ever "FERNW00D." them but si greedy desire for otlice. 9 25pm Peducah, Ky. eery Tharsday lSam Arr Memphis Friday. Aldridi, Itepubbcan, and Howard, Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, ChilT 41pm Arr Nrm Orleans Frrfay Fern wood, a splendid story of ante Populist, were both defeated for Con- - blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, lare New Orleans Friday 8pm S ibdm Arr H'Kiston Saturday helium days, will hegin in an early ismill n cnlil Aittvnt m w ill inrt., and positively cures Piles, or no pay , -' 4 45pm " Arr San Aatonio featanlay en sent Alabama in ili;it bod v. 3 45;m It is utianuiteed to give r'eifect sue of tho Sunny Sutli. If you love Arr Elpaso Sunday ' 9)pm Arr Los Angeles Monday 5 15pm The silver nii'ii and Democrats car- Sittibfaetiou or money refunded. Price good stories, interesting stories, clean Fraaciwo Taesday Arr San ried Colorado by a large majority, and "25 couth per box. l'oi 6ale by I'erry & stones, and series depicting life in the Tat h TW Tmf nw CtriMf (M-othe Legislatuie is In Thomas' Druj; Store, Succeasors to V. South, as it existed on the old plantaItetim driiiriag to male a comfortable trip to declo-ltions hefore the war, you should not Illinois, the Democrats have made G. White. flg ton itorr wrattotHHl will do well to with K. II. Fovrler, Traveling Passenmiss this splendid story.' It is not gains of probably six Congressmen, ger Agent, Louisville. Ky. Roof in sr. Guttering" sensational in the least, but tells in a five certainly. Kentucky is again in Vr'u. Auokb Kkllovd, A G I. A., natural way of the lives of its characLoniswlle, Ky. the hands of the Democrats, and there A. B. BiMjON.Ii I. A , and General dec-l (iiirjgo. 111. Ho has been a gain of two, perhaps tbiee. aie dvinjj on Silver Creek ters, and the interest iucieases with Job AVork Democratic Congressmen. In Minne- with cholera. each installment to the very last. fusion "lias sota, the Mrs. Hart Land is getting; hotter after R. B. In the center of the municipal square elected the State ticket, and has proba- a long illness. at Leipzig-therwere recently buried bly elected three Congressmen, return Corn is worth from from $1 to . 1.15 22 wagon loads of Time Table N. "..: Taking Kflett Mn 5123,169.40 PAID IN MATURITIES. human bones, the reingTowne to Congress. The 1S!K. dav, Mav owing to locality. Wl mains of Fiench and Russian soldiers, fusion in Nebraska has carried 2d ("lass. 1st Class. 545,294.68 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. JJorn, to the wife of Javus who were killed at thebattlcof Leipzig, the State BASTBOiSD. 3 s;0 Xo. 9 f Nov. 9, a ten pound hoy October li), 1S13. Eighty thousand Kx sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Old Virginia, which never tires, has DR. CALDWELL'S Miss Belle Million is hack fiom a visit marks have been raised by a muniredeemed heiself in great shape In A.M. P.M. A.M. 5 30 6 52 W Veraoille cipal commission for the purpose of COUPONS MATURED OCTOBER, 1896. 'CURES CONSTIPATION. the two districts, where the Democrats to Mrs. (J. T. Samuels at l'ineville. 7 35 S 11 6 48 KiehatesTillc 11 3C VaBcjr View FN 8 20 had opposition they carried the day, Wheat that was sown eaily looUs well building a monument overtho remains. Kcf.No. Cou. No. 11 41 8 50 8 13 MaWsn Address. Name. Cost. Paid. 11 S3 1f)f) CHOICE PURE BRED PLYMMOTH and tlie Old Dominion will be repre- at this time. 9 15 8 38 Kiefcstsnd. Hock Cockerels for sale at 7x P. K. The young should know that wis. TI103 Foruian Estate. Lexington, Ky S S 73 '3314 MRS. II. II COLYER. and $1 00. sented in the next Congress by a solid 10 00 12 18 Uatei Troman Million has moved from aug31-2Richmond. Ky. G li Now ton 39 50 92 44 10 OS 12 16 Hsberley. delegation, every man standing squat ely Richmond to .Million, the Joaeph dom's ways alone aie ways of peace. 3035 . .4751 Burjiin 12 30 3io;: . 10 25 BrassfioW 40 30. 95 08 God's favor is the highest good; and 310(5 . 3931 . K A Perkins . 1" 40 13 35 on the Chicago platform. ' lteite . . 40 50 Miss F Sangergeld Louisville lleathmaii place. t5 08 11 35 1 t& iTTtec heaven is the noblest reward. Con- 3232 . 4010 Lexington fcuch is the lesult so far lis it can be 37 50 40S2 87 19 Tilda Morton . Air. Win. Sherman Cotton is heie science should always he king, charac... ..... M i....n.i ,,. ai .i.n 39 50. 92 44 ti riling, .....1 No. 2 Na. 4 No. (i .No. lu uiiicii uui .. iiiu iiicsuiu ...::...- - aim from Ind., to jiurchusa farm. He was ter is pure gold; reputation is but tin- 3201 . .4123. . K Arnspiger G li Newton 35 50 S2 00 3347. . 4207 BxSun Ex Sun Exhun,ExSun lit shows that in spite of the fact that born in this county and loves old Mad. Chicago, 111 . 4318 39 50 Dr S II Stevenson . 92 44 3412 sel. A. M. V. M. P. M. A. M the Republicans claim all the glories ison. X J Kluinb Louisville, Ky 37 50 87 19 347S . . 4253 11 55 2IW IrrfaM.. i. S9 SO 3S 50 of the wjir, the people are turning once S53'J . . 4405 Jas Peters . . . . ,0S 2 25 Iltsste As a rule the more a man has to say 3G04 . . 4470 1 20 The Dem's feels good all over at the 230 33 50 P K Bell 77 00 BnoSeld Ilarrodsburn" more to the party which represents 1 45 241 Msberler " about women the more he doesn't real- 3GGS . .4552 S2 00 35 50 Lexington E D Sayre FOR', 2 47 Omb their interests This drift will be ac. victory we gained last Tuesday, ly know about them. " () V Pohlnian . . Louisville 38 50 3727 . 4GG0 59 SO 2 15 315 celerated as the days go by and the il uruh for the Climax and Louisville 38 300 MIBfefl . 330 37 50 87 19 3S17. . 4515 . Kn.m Hikes VaHey View 3 46 3 2J Dispatch for their true Democracy. 6 31 Geo O Robertson . . Lexington, " 82 00 35 50. 3S60. . 4730 toiling masses of the country discover aucv 3.ccAew. bus.. 4 JO 4 10 6 5S NiehotasviUe . Pari-,There is no 3SU3 Liu-37 50 4815 l'.tiker 87 19 T 50 C 10 S00 Versa illek that the party owned by the gold svn- ? word so full 4(xk; . 487S . . . . Lexington, ' Overcome evil with good. Overcome A J Taylor 37 50 87 19 ' P.' M. P. M. X dicate and managed by the trusts, can A M. P. M. 31 50 71 SO Geo I) Jlobertson . . your oouglip and coids with One Minute Six of the bet Fire Insurance Com a yoEBe&E of meaning 4003 . .. 4S35 not or will not provide a remedy for All trams connect with Louisville Southern 34 50 79 43 panies in the United States. Losses paid Cough Cure. It is so good children and about which such tender and 1121 . 4993 . Geo D Itobertson .. .. trftias U and from Lnuiswtte. prolliptly. A J Tax lor 4 170 .'5050 37 50 87 19 the evils which it has been instrumen- cry for it. It cures croup, bronchitis, All trams connect with C N. O.iT. P. trains holy recollections cluster as that 3230 . .5112 30 00 Geo J) Kobertsou 00 30 toaad froni Cincinnati tr tal in bringing about. V ROCK J . . Train Dispatcher. . 5274 . Mrs M Tavlor pneumonia, grippe and all throat and of " MoTHERi' she who watched 31 50. 79 43 In the Prudental, you arc offered the W. 11 ADAMS. Supenutenden lest Life Insurance attainable, and on S4 58 30 50 Late to bed and early to rise, pre- lung dibesus.es. Uouglas & Wells. over our helpless infancy and guid- 4353 .. .. 5213 . Mrs Ella Crane . . . Nicholasvillo the most approved plans. In Accident 5lSl). 4433 74 32 32 50 Welsh Insurance we again give the best We 4. pares a man for his home in the skies. ed our first tottering step. Yet 4491 . . 5550 .HA Coyle . Cincinnati, 0 . Joe S4 5S 30 50 will not transact business with irrespon- - f CLEARING DECK FOR ACTION. But early to bed and a Little Early sible companies. the life of every Expectant Moth- "45 iG . . 5080 ClaiciK e Stone . . . . Louisville, Ky 34 05 26J Second Street, Hiser, the pill that makes life longer and . . . . Ilarrcdshuri: P E liell 29 50 . 60 SO er is beset with danger and all ef- 4G3T) . . 5545 UpStnlrs. " Miss 34 50. 79 43 J better and wiser. Douglas it Wells. What Disposition is to be Made o the Boats. fort should be made to avoid it. 4700.. .. 5700 .. John Mary Ilolloway . . Lexington, " RAILWAY. J 47S5 5737 Louisville, Heintz 33 50 . 82 00 so assists nature 4S4S. . 5850 . W Appleton . . . . . Lexington " i 34 50. 79 43 The following is the copy of a letttr M-- t(IN KENTUCKY ) away all deck hamper for flfilGP O inthechaneetak- - 4!K)3 . . 41S1 . J iJahn Cleaning Mary 32 50 . 74 32 Louisville, " received by a Western undertaker: sur mUalEUS 0 inr place that 4978 . . 5904 . Mima Hanson . . . . Ft Thomas " be77 00 33 50 . Schedule In effect May 1. 1808. my wife is ded and wants to be berred action is the question. What is to AV N Cropper liLU W. KII.EY - Lexington, " 34 50. 79 43 the Expectant 3037 . . G033 come of the ship's boats which hang 3 to morrer at vvunncr clok yo no whei II 01 85 27 50. ' N&5. Mnthpr is ena- - 5113 .. .. 0127 . JMrs linker Goodrich . No. 8. No EASTWOHSn. on davits fore and afiV lu case of (5255 Kliza. 5173 34 50. 79 43 to dig the hole, bi the sid of my 2 uther B3! S fe3 BW QH ui.i - f,s- Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends 7.45pm 7 43m Jl Ioaim ille . . action every bo.ft would become a M E Chapman . . . . Atlanta, Ga . 5234 . . 5540 33 50 77 00 ' swam 5.SSpm e.07pn wifs let it be depe. Ar Wright's Celerv Capsules. ; Carpcil C&Opsi 9 5am Ixjxinuion Kv . ward without 5312 . . oiis . Eliza Shiddel . source of unive danger, savs Chambers' 32 50 . 74 32 Ar lJtT(eoh-i- . Shelbyvjlle, Ky., May 26, '96. To 'Hi.ir.am &52pm!0 09pm At YorsHlus - . 540!) . .0111 . . Louisville, " . 71 80 Mary Johnson 31 50 . Journal. If an euemj ' shot stuck any dread, suffering or gloomy foreArLestMCloH iauin T rflnm ' n ET.titt, Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: . Perry 547S . . 74 32 Crosth'xaite . . Lexington," . 32 50 . UentR I have purchased a box of No 6 No. 2. No. 4. onu of them (and they are in such' bodings, to the hour when she 5530. . 0577 raT!mrsii. GOGG GO M & John 0 29 50. 7 45am 4 40pm 6.(am Wright's Celery Capsules from G. N. I, LunacMn experiences the joy of Motherhood. 5597 . . 0709 . J I! Ililliardbkuiu exposed positions that they must in. . 71 SO 31 50. Wadsxxortb () . J Kllsm Ar Versatile. tSam JIi(ltle't0". druggist, and used them for K3Tani s.3opin Ar L rrsoeb z . Ilarrodsburg , 71 8m 31 50 . II P Cox evitably be struck,; the splinteis of Its use insures safety to the lives 5007 . . (5800 n Torpid Liver and JitSanr 6 !5ptn' 6.23am Sour Stoma-Ar Mwrtbytflle.. . II F Johnson . . . . . Baltimore Md 25 50. 50 97 wood and iroti would carry death and of both Mother and Child, and she 571!) . . 0S73 lll..Vam 7 50pni pation and found that they cave me im Ar Lomi ttllc . W.J Newman . . 5771 . . 0931 . Lexington Ky, 71 SO 31 30. mediate relief every time. 1 think it an destruction to the guns' crows and oth- is found stronger after than before 6820 .7011 2, Sand 6 carry Free Observa-UTrains Nos 1) B Good 09 30 c0 50. remedy. excellent .Chair Cars. ers on deck. The scattering fragments, confinement in short, it "makes GO SO 5S'.'G 7000. . Dr A P Taylor . . . 29 50. w LSTIIOUMl. msrtttnsu 25 30. 58 41 too, would be almost worse than tiie Childbirth natural and easy," as 5952 . . 7130 . Belle Ihiininond . . ."Louisville, Yours very truly, . INo. 12. Na 14. IK. N. 11. No STATIONS; Therej-D o n't be GOO!) . .7215 1(5 80 29 50. Shafuer . . . bursting shell. It could not be hoped so many have said. 9 Geo. W. Rile. : mm Lv Loulst il Ar 7.5Cpm 10. foam tOftu 0J75 . . 7301 2G 50 J V Appleton . . , . Lexingt 59 41 .3tfmn ! uubi Ar IrscbrRAr 5.2Tpm that, after an engagemeut of half an persuaded to use anything but 0132 . . 7302 . . . Danville 01 85 27 50 H J Marrs TSMnu It) I2uni ArHarotlsbKAr 4 40pm 7.3&am hour, there would bo a single boat left 7 ripma MUwam Ar Dureln L 4 3upm 7.25am 0213 . . Louisville 24 50 .v Catherine Lang 54 55 G2SG . . E G Troud WESTllOUSn. 25 50-50 97 that could float, ami meantime their MSliHH'Mi. 030-. . J M & John Skaiu . Lexington" 50 52 04 Xo. is N.07. stations. No. l.'No.f& presence would have added heavily to GilO. C Y Freeman 25 50 . 50 97 i Lv Loutsvll Ar la.Vsini, 7.5'jpm 4M4M, 7 A man must reap as he sows. Ifhesows.tne already inevitable loss ol lifo in Ar Sbelbvil Ar, U.tTTanii a lqm Ikpm 0500 . 5G 97 25 50 Buckner McKlroy, A H.Uuml Warn Verslles he will reap If he action, bo speedily lias this been A.K H Iftun Ar Midway Ar 7 45am 4.15pm "My wife suffered more in ten min0592 . . . Lucy Short. 21 50. Middlcburg" 54 55 3.38pm 7.1I4MH Ar Ar neglects his health the weeds of disease 0040. 22 50. 49 70 John V Coll'ey . . . itOran Ar Ceorgtn Lvl 7.15ami 3.00pm that many naval ofllcers of ex- utes with either of her other two chilwill prow up and choke it. The Kew Acetylcm Gas Dicycle Lamp. did altogether her 0703. . WESTIIOUKD. Lexington " Mary A Lighter . B.VSTB.t'MI 20 50 45 02 It is a daily and hourly marvel that men perience have it in their luintls that, dren than shepreviously used with botfour G779 . last, having Xo. I So. 19 30 . will recklessly neglect the 'jealth, when if they Mavnie E J Shannon 42 47 stations. ifNo. CitNo. 2. upon lo engage, they tles of 'Mother's Friend.' were calleil No Kcra . a moment's thought should tell them that It is a 0334 7 20 50. 4mpm l. Lodtsril Ar'lULUani, 7J"P"n 4 45 02 .J I) Pun ell. . . Tgi T,m nJC 5.00pm they are courting death. It lies in most would drop their boats over theship's blessing to any one expecting to beKLtaua tipm Lv Vbrslles Ar, 0870 . W II Ford 20 50. 45 02 SOOT, H.iCMK 7J6ja Ar Nichlrlll Ar 6.5Ram HTm every man's power to live to a green old side and let come a MOTUEH," says a customer. 0020 . W H Ford 20 50 . 43 02 them drift. Whenvtlie acS.15pm Lv S3ji Ar ltichmnd Lvl. COoam 2.0Upm age. If a man would only take the same ' IIekdeksox Dale, Canni, Illinois. G074 . SMOKE, . . . Georgetown lJCawa S SWells Ar Irvine 17 50 . 38 03 care of himself that he does 6f his horse, ot tion was over a victorious ship could 7082 . 20 50. STATIONS. F II Norton . . . . . Lexington " 45 02 No. 1. Nai cow, or dc,?, he would enjoy good" health. then cruise round the place where GREASE it Of Drscglstsnt f 1.0C, or nt by express on receipt 7i20. W II Ballard ., . . . 19 50 . LovWrUle. 42 47 7.4Uam 7.45pm When a man owns a hundred-dolla- r horse, .i Lcxikc-UIll4jam ia3Tpm Ar and it gets sick, he does not waste any time had been fought and take the chance or 7215 nor DAKGER A T Eastland Write for took containing testimonials 18 50. 40 34 8.npm' 7.4iam about doctoring him up. When his garden (a reasonable Kml one) of picking up and valuable Information for all Mothers, frea. 7202 . Ar KaorviU. Richmond, Iud . 17 50. AHLeFevre . 38 05 S. 10am r AKtacriil gets full of weeds, he doesn't delay about 15pm l!ie llradfleld Kenilstor Co., Atlanta, Ca. . 7325. J I) Purcell . Lexiui!toix Ky . 18 50. 40 31 . Ar sarHBali ... S.luam rooting them out, for he knows they will at least some of her bo.its. C AV Frnncis . . 7375 . . Ilarrodsburg Ar JaettsaMrillc . 17 50. 33 03 llSam choke out his vegetables. When he is out 7432 . . . Lexington, ' . 7.apnij (Uatom 10 59 . Ar- dMitaeooaca Jos Burner 35 74 of sort, sick, nervous, headachey, has no Winter Excursion Rales lo Southern Resorts .( 5.U0anill.4Uam .' AUaatu.. . . it . A F Wheeler . . . 7521 . . 15 50. 33 35 appetite and is restless and sleepiest at . .. Ar Maew aiOani via Southern Railway. 7571 . UBSisco night, he pays little attention to it. The . Nicholasville' . 17 50. 38 03 A r Jwckwn viHe BJSpm' R It can't tar or blow Fine Widens ami Buds result is consumption, nervous prostration W J Loughridge . 7718. . J esington " . 10 50. 35 74 7.40pm' CSam Lr hailasnuBa Beginning October 15tli Winter Exout like a. Oil Lamp. or some serious blood or skin disease. Dr. . t t 7700-h.c Hi.uituxaam . ll.Jjpm ll.lupm 21, 09 12 50. WT. Tones. . . Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is the cursion tickets to principal Southern reS.T Meridian 3.5ain laiuam 7835. Milton Johnson 15 50. Maxsville " . 33 45 ABSOLUTELY cP best of all medicines for hard working men. sorts, including Abbeville Ar New Orleans. lasttam lCLSUam and Hot Nautiie B AVilson 11 50. 31 17 Louisville ' . It gives edge to the appetite, facilitates the Free Chair car Louti vlllo to U;ht cok J of n cent nr. hour. Throws sa carries re have abouc Twenty 7907. flow of digestive juices, invigorates the Springs, N C and Fioiidn points, are - anectiiic with Solid Vosti-,- e inyrioo tl a clear, w. ute ii litl'feetalieci Send forcircuUranJk-r.icljouttk- e liver and purifies and enriches the blood. on Kilo by connecting- lines via SouthTotal . S2.1G9.00 $4,900 38 Trlti ctirryinir through Pullman Sleep- Liprht . . . . Car 10 U .'ratngham. Meridian and New and It is the great Profit over cost $2,731.38 Greatest Bicycle Let cf tte Year Brahma Cockerels for also makes cloe connection at Chatta- It cures 98 per cent, of all cases ern Railway. Paid-uCertificate. uea for Atlanta, ilacou, Jacksonville and ' 4 From yonr dealer C . of lingering coughs, bronchial and throat sale at SI. 00 eaeh. Also allow 15 days stop overs, and Tickets mwincK. or sent prepaid or affections, weak lungs, bleeding from lungs !(o. S carries Pullman Sleeper Loulirtlle to afew Thoroughbred Mamand kindred affections. Do not wait until are food to return until May 81, 1899. rattanoosa and liiralm;ham. also Lexlnc-u- ji the lungs are too far wasted to admit of lu JacKsonrille via Hot Springs, A&hevllle. BADGER BRASS MFO. 60B Tho Southern Railway quickest and moth Pekin Drakes (RanFOR FULL INFORMATION ADDRESS being cured. tdluUmau Union sleeper Lexington to New Tltaas. KENOSHA, WIS. "A you know, five years ago the doctors had best Write for maps, bchedulfs and kin, Hallock and Newman tDatly except Sunday. jrfvej me up to die with consump'j.-..- " write T y v y Win. li. Tayloe. Asst. Genl. VVJVVVV strains)' at $1.00 eaeh. Mr. 11. G..McKinney,of Deepwater, Fayette Co. rates. A Whkoj V.iTA., aT.SnrT,P..tT.A.. I took treatment from Dr. R. V I'ass Agent, Louisville; U. A. iiuird, W. Va. Ky Lexlntton, Ky. Call on or address metre, and am entirely well now. I had taken r.S.QAKNOS.3d V P.tG.M., J. JL Cci,p,T. M steadily, as directed, hi 'Golden Medical Dis- traveling Pass. Agent, .Louisville,; J C. DR. CALDWELL'S Washing too, D a 'Vajjhinya. D.a covery.' Secretary. Beam, K"orth Western Pass, Ageut. HARRY S. MORGAN, W ATUBK.G J.A, TVH.H.TATiiVe,A-G.PA- . Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure Washlcetoa, D. C One little "Pellet" h a dote. Chicogo. iu!jiiUe. Kf OESTION. CURES MRS. A. T. MILLION, LocakAgent, Richmond, Ey. nov2-t- f White's Station, Madison Co., Ky. O c I s j known to the Camfokma Fio Svbup Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured, by the Califokxia Fig Svkup a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthier imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the Fia Svkup Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 8X FK AX CISCO, Cat. m;xv route, n.y- Louisville. Kj. Co-only, is due not only to the originality and. simplicity of the combination, but also-tthe care and skill with whicli it is manufactured by scientific processes pure seed IRISH POTATOES BACON HAMS-1012- 1c. 4050c; & 10c. cost's Emulsion i The oil will feed her wasting $ body; the glycerine will soothe . 9 her cough, and the hypophos- - ? ? phites will give new power and 5 -trod-liV- (r Cali-ronxi- A . vv .w. ... . irt ...a iituu Neve r say you it L.AL111JLJL- ? f THE DRIFT TOWARD DEMOCRACY. X. tAfci. rM " ttntJl vnn e 5 have tried Scott's Emulsion. Atlanta Constitution. & You will be obliged to change lo thoughtful Democrats the general X your opinion at once. Children I results of Inesday s election are very e;pccjanv xoomz vcry fond 1 Kratilymp. In sp.te of the fact that a 6 Qf it; and infants do not know ? uepuu.ican .uimimsirauon mis ciirrieu wh,n it ;. a tn tt,. fnnJ a a successful war to a prompt conclu- - 5 B oc and 5i. oo ' all druensts. sioiu-t- he Republicans claiming all the, 9 A SlOTT & BOWSE, Chemists, New Vork. SEED It YE 00e. LAUD "(afitje. ORCHAKI) GRASS RED TOP 50c. $1.25(SS1.35. J. . j jj.j ... U'SeWClI8Bt 1 O tailor-mad- Watterson was out in an eight column . or full page editorial Tuesday which ut r-shows his political future is all the Lw C J reminiscence. It lies in the past. Mak" It is a long npology. Tilden didn't bribe the Its frank criticism now Strong. B M of the Republicans show lo a man up a The Gre3t "$??'" Low tree that it did not sell out to Hanna in 1696. It is at the present time en-- j ! now nlilitn eny renrh of eiery i:irriean. rjiuirantceil to cure ying a larger measure of public patron- 33 das treatment la posiitid Xervoui Ueblllly, ot the most complicated else ot age than at any time in its previous Wasting It acts iKiwcrftilly ami ii.Iiklv. rhIr.illv I'eriect. llir refill historv. The ruling passion the cir- A srw Man. lli:;K!:iC(. 'oun limen will or he nc of manhood, nnl OM culation liar isstrong in death, Halde-um- their their lot vls"or. HlntlimmJlcn xill recover youthful and restores tc is a great publisher. Watterson full life and visor, all EUfTrrerj from Seminal Weak, VnrLocel:?, Siwrmattorhca, nesscs, Irapotency, ivs so. Watterson is a great editor. Nightly Embslons, Lost Brain mid JliiscnUr Power, Weak We have his words for it He goes dency, Memory, Wakefulness l'Ul Dreams, DesponLicit of Confidence, and all effects of self, merrily on. Having told us of Tilden abase, or .sexual ciccss and I: ill crctlon. hkh unfits ono for business, study or marriage. It LC KC It O for the 'stenth time he tells us of the goes at once to llio root of tlm disease that Is why cures. It tho Krcatrt Xcrp passing of O. Cleveland. It is ,all It that Is whyIs It elves iznrnnd Tonic In the w orld j ellonard restores 25c. 50c. What 1 Done When it ought to hav the Fire of Vouih. It is .1 m irvelons Illood r bncli (o tliat lswhy the Iin ilfn been What They Done To Mc Then the pnlcelireli. Insist ujion hax in;comes EN I'ltO. K IM ho tells of his struggle for "National Can be carrleil In est iKxket. lly mall $1.0: per bov, ot sit for g.'V.OO. Me rlieerrully refund lllalal Integrity" and 'Public Credit." It Ihemonev where iix loes do rot effect a cure. j.uajn JJLIimMaMaWllllallllllllllUlal ho made a somersault on the silver ques- Circulars free. Add ros pa American Office of cm i nn 825 coiumbm a. tion. It went back on its teachings, Idea a inLUjunLUUi newyork. Wanted-- An Idean: they and savs it took the place it hasalwavb For sale in Richmond by Perry & Thomas, Protect yonr WKDDEIIDURNmay bring yoa wealth CO, Write JOHN Washington. D. Cfor their tl,ax) priio offer held! It refers to 'sacrities" and it'b Druggists. sept21-lof to hundred tuTentlocs waatsd. and list "losses sustained" which have been recovered with usiirv ! It admits thai Ueadache bad? Get Dr. Miles' l'ain Pllis. y. C. SLIA1ER. JOHN H0S1IAL. for ten long years its columns were given unieserveilly to the silver side. 50 YEARS' yJmWmWmWiLf EXPERIENCE That is true as every Democrat in Kentucky knows, and there is the rib. This is repudiated when the Editor got over his ignorance." He had blundered with all the world poor thing! Then ho saw a great White Light. He LIVE 5IC Trad Marks saw Hanna. You know tho rest He Desicns Copyrights &c. is now done with politics and lives to STOCK Anyone sending a sketch and description may advance the cause of Holy Religion. qnlckly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention Is probably patentable. CommunicaGood Gaud ! tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents SALESMEN, aIW mmSwW gaf. 4m&ms. h km Mrr i..Bmk IB m w mP" W, og PflftP --- . m. Jm IHT - ' t C-- J. WL A. a JaMpL III mt H jfklmm JL sL 1m m jvLJ m j I n 1 CANDY CATHARTiC I'url-llc- i5JBi5 """ '"""" W DRUGGISTS. 1 I I Patent-Attorney- SS y Wmmmm r SlimerS. Hosha iWrjra cienmic 2)4-- .it .if SUBSCRIBERS-IMPORTA- piher-plate- a &rsr Not Baltimore and Ohio & . BUT siher-sniirji's- art J 41 i dcsign-af.er-di- nner j n Biggerstaff & Gldham, kllalwe Have loStowlfoii, WW? if if . MW, j l 1 itv-- i 111 I , k a Read This Attorney-at-La- Pf ? - 2 Sun-da- r. ShtbfmS DR. BELL'S iV: Wor-cefet- EASM " 1 MM economist ranges -- -- 131- H Pine-T- cough-wor- n microbe-bearin- g ad-I'le- ss WSBm Plne-1- Fins-Tar-Hon- ey lA-- x iiilHM xndni??& b'--- -- I -- f oultai lutal Invesbnml Compa&j, n. y jwnvjjr. Of Lexington, Kentucky. FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Uprijrht, Combinations and Iron something new. BUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever ever exhibited in Richmond. CRIXA CLOSETS Six different varieties including Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, &e. SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. EXTENSION TABLES From S3.50 to $40. CENTER TABLES 75c to SS.00 in Ash, Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple and Mahogany. VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproductions of the tables used at Bradley-Marti- n ball and made and painted by hand See Them. CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogairy, HungaMaple, Oak and Ash. rian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e ROCKERS From GO to $13.00. DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $18.00. We are too busy to give a full list of our immense ou that an) thing you may need i ou can find at our new quarters. stocW. but assure r r V. tfl J 5$ Safest Investment .'. Largest Profits. D33j8iMDg lia & 1 R. Jpap fwjta. cm aor jYRUP I DAY TELEPHONE 76. if 5$ 1$ NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. j,-- 1 PEPSI Wlien in the Cily Make Your Headquarters With . . . S. F. Rock, .... . . . . . . . . f6 inHilTHFR ssagj . . . . .... .... . ladison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED :$IM& 1863. American Marble and Granite. "xx xxori-me- BIGGERSTAFF OLDHAM . . , - . . JAMES T. HAMILTON, Pkoprietok. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and . - . )4 - .... ... SOUTHERN 3e2-i- y 4-- - ,i FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those ho are contemplating Inning Marble, Granite, or any kind of Cemetery AVork, xxill find it to their interest to call at the old stand in tlie reai of the M. K Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand a large stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all elates of buyers faTMn. V G. C50UCHKH. one of the best in Central Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work every phise. Parties living at a distance should xvrite to us for d'csitiT, in which xvill be furnished on application. Sp- - YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED- .- . EJ .... . 1 I us "1 . SfcynM-rll!- ii- . . 1 . . . . h, Consti-7.!xai- . .... I Mj J757VYES D. HP:7V:iL-rN- . Proprietor. ''. a . . . fm &. ITBURNSGAS? MOTHER'S FRIEND Richmond Market 23 . rec-oniz- 11 . . . -- lilfSfe Meats, are not excelled by ann2ie-8r.0,T- n . . ... . I I . 1 Wsfe. vaai -- . . . . . pn-c- . , .- - Jan5-J- y It's poor locric to agree that all meats are alfke. Our meats are the best. We kill first-clacattle, is why Ave ha-always enjo3ed a goo'd share of Richmond's patronage. Those that have not farored us with. orders in the past A'ill be eon'ineed, by giing us a trial order that our Beef, Mutton. Pome sinrl nthor - market. ss e . . , 1 . Jt vegetables such as 1 , - Or-i- h. blood-make- r flesh-builde- r. I Thoroughbred Telephone I03. may23-ly Fresh Fish Recieved Daily. ,& Bean, ' a" TU"" AJD...oMas, f4 Potatoes, Peas, Cabbage, Onions. Lettuce timM- 4-- I p Mackey Baildlnj, Main St. P4'" 1 From Rowel l's Newspaper Directory - JlyC-6- m Lou-jsvill- c A. siYRUP SMITH BOWMAN, ,? PEPSIN II "The Richmond. Ky., Climax." weekl v. is eroded witK tho inr,.o' circulation accorded to any paper in Richmond or in Madison county or in the Eighth Congressional District." The Onlv naner In Madison pViut.. vvhlfh supports all the Democratic nominees, from President to ConstaSUBSCRIPTION, $125 I Afraace. ble s 3 -- - .s:k.j. V-- " 0 v Ji"U .. ?" A ;..' VS . -- $, ,. "1