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TA RICHMOND, O i MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ' 30, 1898. NUMBER 26. thanksgiving "Thanksgiving for what?-- ' she asked with a sob, How can I be thankful, to almighty God; What has he given me. save sorrow and care, An' this innocent child my burden to share. Oh! ye ladies of fortune, flattered and spoiled, Sip the wine of the gods while poverty toil, And ye men with your wives and children dear, Are thankful that they have nothing to fear. While here by ray side, sharinx sorrow and care, Plays mj owu baby boy, with tangled gold hair, And he laughs in his glee as his wondering ej es Look up in my face in childish surprise; Now he ask me again in his own manly way. "Mother, is this really Thanksgiving Day! Why don't you tell Jesus I'm your precious joy, And thank him for giving jou such a good FOR THE RICH ONLY. tr m3 ur-rueitBV' ..WT && s?-s- l"aU a HnWZ3 ftr5--vV- l i ?v- -i JVIA 'y v ? j xifc crhoSSrCSB l X t- 2?DR1YING - vflli$lP IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, llronton Registcr.l is raid thnt Secretary Day leaves It the Cabinet because the salary of .8,000 would not keep him. That's strange a man can't keep himself and family on ?S 000 a year! Then let him go. But it is answered that the social demands large expense. To Halifax with tue social demands. The American Ke-l- u hlii ilufsii't expect its oilhers to mimic millionaires and nabobs; it doesn't want them to do it. The more they do it, the more worthless they Royal r POYAlBAIcnWJ POWDER 4lBS0fiIJTElvtoirRE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome CO.. NEW YORK. Baking Powder County Court Days. flSUPERINTENDENT WAGERS" REPORT. ami you can also say extrerne-- h boy." comfortable, when 3Tou are Now did I ever dream that this tender mite mj heart repentance ilnving in- - one of our eas3T Would awake in my Father, and turn not an ay, But forgive me, .uii handsome Buggies and For neverbeagain will I thoughlessly say I cannot thankful on Thanksgiving I urtons. Our stock of fine And although many trials may come inDay, way my is unsurpassed for I shall ever remember this Thanksgiving Day. .images Elaine E. Ducladx. beauty, style, Qurabilit and vner.il superiority, and we con-Mdere- ANOTHER FORCE BILL. Col. Sain M. Uurdette, who in addition to l)eiii the Washington corresJOHN DONELSON. pondent of the Chicago Ohroiiicle, also SOLICITORS WANTED EVERY enjoys the tliatiufjuibhed honor of be- A.TIVE for "The Story or the Philippines" ins: a Kentuckian, telegraphs his nanei In Murat HalMead, commissioned by the Government as Official Histonan to the War De- as follows: partment. The book was. written in army "A movement is under way to have camps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with Merritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, the firty-sixt- h Congress enact a law n Hong Kong, in the American trenches at for the conduct of elections in the Manila in the insurgent camps with on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey, where, it is claimed, ao1 in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila. southern states, Bonanza for agents. Brimful of original pic- the riht of suffrage is denied colored goverment photographers on ture taken by Large book. Low prices. Big profits, voters. The proposed bill will be a dupli t tie spot rreicut paid. Credit given. Dror all trashy cate of the measure which parsed the war books. Outfit free. Address, anofficial Congress, bui i 1 Barber, Sec'y , Star Insurance Bldge., house in the fifty-firoct26-4Chicago. was sidetracked in the Senate and d. Afrui-jaldo. st m are celling tbem at prices that will surprise 3ou, quality Glasgow Times PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A?r0ElT3Y3. It certainly looks like it, but there is n VV. MILLER. really no trick about it. Anybody can try it who has Larue Rack and Weak Attoeskt-at-LaKentucky. Kidneys, Malaria or nervous troubles. Richmond, A surprise was given Mrs. Page Dry Goods, Notions and. other articles Re- We mean he can cure himself right to Office in the Burnam Building, next door feb3-lSmith, of Ruthton, Ky , November 17, Bank. member the name when in doubt. away by taking Elictric Bitters. This armer's National by a number of her friends, who medicine tones up the whole system, served refreshments and presented her STTXjXjX-A-IS. acts as a stimulant to the Liver and Kidwith many useful presents, in honor of neys, is a blood purifier and nerve tonic movSJ-ly- ) Cois. Maix ASD ClIEAI'SIDK. RICHMOND, KY. her 51th birthday. 'Constipatiou, Headache, FaintIt cures AttorseV-- a Law, ing Spells. Sleeplessness and MelanchoKENTUCKY. CORRESPONDENCE. RICHMOND, REPAIRING AND TIMEIKG FINE WATCHES ly. It is purely vegetable, a mild laxaAll Work Guaranteed. A SPECIALTY. Tavlor'8 Hardware store, opsystem to its natOffice over tive, and restores the less a law of this Kind is passed it is posite Court Hoiie, on Main Street. PANOLA. ural vigor Try Electric Bitters and be useless to nominate Republican candiconvinced that they area miracle workdates for otlice iu ihe south. A num- er. Every bottle guaranteed. Only 50c a H. B. HOGG, John Garrett st ill lives, butis yery L ber of political refugees, white and bottle at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. ATTORNEY AT LAW. low. colored, from the Carolines are now iu Successors to V. (i. White. Kentucky. 3 Richmond, Anderson Kindred, aged 77 years, Washington urging the president to liLIHlIES cSo - into those died at his homo on Red Lick Friday. tates. send lederal troopTHE REV. IRL R. HICKS Office No. 13 First St.. up stairs. 31 30 Richmond, Ky Mr. .McKinley does not take kindly 2nd Rev. Hornsby baptized three persons to the idea of using the army to Sunday evening and took a confession Annual Almanac and mouthy paper, J.C. &D M. OHKNAULT. order in the south, but he is ery Word and Works, are now. known Sunday night. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, strongly of the opinion that the federal from sea to sea. We are pleased to call Mis. W. L. Leeds and mother-in-law-, Kfntucky, government should take step- - to see the attention of our readers to the AlRichmond, with two little boys, visited friends that every citizen i permitted to enjoy manac for lS'JS), now ready. It is a here and at Irvine last week. Office on Second 6treet, over Chen-aul- t his constitutional rights, and believes splendidly printed and illustrated Prcf. R. C. Adams and class gave a in negio suffrage. The president has book of 11G pages and the storm foregrocery. musical concert at Viney Fork chinch r n appointed negroes to olllce in the casts and diagrams and astronomical c ' kt-- i Thursday night which was enjoyed by PHYSICIANS. states of North and South Carolina and scientific matter are superior to less." a large audience. II a more rediculous lie than this and Geoigia, ihe appointment in most anything that has ever been seen beJIYSTEKY EXPLAINED. cases being made over the protest of fore iu a 2o cent book. His monthly ever entered into a campaign, it was DR. II. R. GIBSON, Some persons have been much puzthe local white Republican leaders. ' KZ&i journal, Word and Works, is one of the before the present generation was PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, . a X X In North Carolina the s ViVJ best literary, home and scientific maga- born. It is to the credit of the voters zled to know what a "Campbellite" is, Kentucky. Richmond. governor has also appointed zines m the country, besides contain- of both parties that this falsehood, but the mystery seems to have been ?Sai many colored officials. Democrats who ing his monthly storm forecasts with bearing the stamp of idiocy on its face, cleared up recently. A preacher once Dress Trimmings. Dress Goods. met a boy and asked him if his father ,lin bJilding. 18 and m Sec- reside in North Carolina claim that explanations Office in the Joe The subscription price was stingingly rebuked at the polls. rond Sircel, over Wnue .old drucMore. all the trouble iu that state was caused of Word and Works is ?1.00 per year And this is a fair sample of Republi- was a protessor of religion. The little boy replied, "yes, but lie don't work by these unwise appointments. They and a copy of the Hicks Almanac is can campaign tactics. The plain For all the new andj CHAS. HOOKER, much at his trade." An observer sajs negroes behave themselves as 6ent as a premium to ever yearly 6ub saj the i UP to date Dress Goods, Goods of this season SURGEON, Soothing, healing, cleaning, cleans- that man was a Campbellite. I ETERINARY long as they are kept in the back- scriber. binglo copies of Word aud covrequire fancy braids. including the new ground, hut as toon as they aie given Works, 10 cents. Price of Almanac ing. De Witt's Which Hazel Salve is Graduate Ontario Vtterinary College. erts, diagonals, cre- We have them in all LITERARY NOTES the implacable enemy of sores, burns official recognition they become insolent alone, '2o cents. Send our order to pons, Ettimines, etc.,( the new designs, scroll Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. and disordeily. At the last meeting Word and Works Pub. Co., 2201 Locust and wounds- It never fails to cure up stairs, over store recently accu- of the cabinet the question of passing Piles. You may rely upon it. DougOne naturally expects an elderly man come to us. We can, novelties, nouveautes, Street, St. Louis, Mo. by Richmond Harness Co , East Main y St., aprt-llas & "Wells. to treat even a present condition ichmond, Ky. please jtou in stj'le and Hercules, serpe a force bill was discussed and the pro ' 'etc. it is therefore not surSee theses trim price. position was heartily favored byl'iesi-den- t Many a household is saddened by The new standard voting machines prising that Mr. W. I) llowells, who JASPER, M. D iL McKinley and nearly all the mem- death because of the failuiu to keep on mings. were used at Rochester, New York, in is now contriDiitinga series of papers Jackets, Collars & Collarettes.' Medicine and Surgery. bers of his ollicial household. It is hand a safe and absolutely certain cure SILKS l SILKS l the recent election. There were on the nature of American literary Office Collins Building, Main Street. considered almost certain that an eirbit for croup such as One Minute Cough A new line of Ladies' of the machines one in criticism to literature, should begin by Nowhere else will you find Telephone nt residence (the Cnrr place) on will be maoe to enact such a law durBroadway. Cure See that your little ones are each election district. Each worked taj-lo- r made Jackets, ' more novelties than here. We seems to be such me,u Kentucky. ing the fifty sixth Congress." protected against emergency. Doug- without a hitch and all were easily op- saying that there Richmond, the new Taffetas in now writing American criticism as latest cut and color- - have all Stripes, Checks ombre The white men of the South are not las & Wells. Plaids, erated by even the less intelligent of there were a generation ago, when Mr. also a special lot( effects and plain all aie beauings; seeking a race issue such as that emEVANS, M D., the voters. In fact, it was not even Charles Eliot Norton and Ixiwell were G. W. A DASTARDLY ACT. of fur collarettes direct ties. bodied in a force bill. Neither are required to explain the system, it was writing for the North American Rethey shirking it. They will protect from the manufacturer. bo simple and apparent. view, JJret Aarte for the Overland Illinois State Register.l Physician and Sukgeon, their inteligence, their virtue, and their Save money by buying, We are also Agents for The rapidity of the machines can be and the graceful essays of George ! Tin If HtT.I Writes a correspondent from Wash homes at all hazards Negro domina from us. Kentucky z vuuciniiiv a lautiua. understood from the fact that the en- William Curtis, in the "Easy Chair" of Richmond, tion will not be submitted to, be the ington: VOne ol the most dastardly vote of Rochester had been counted Harper's magazine, were begun results what they may Death Itself crimes for political purposes was com- tire and turned iu at police headquarters DR. T. J. TAYLOR, would be pieferable to that. Much iuterest has been excited in mitted by the war department on the minutes after the America by the telegraphic accounts A force bill would be a misfortune to 4th of October. 1803. Col. W. J. Rryan exactly thirty-sevePractitioner in Medicine and Surgery, would also Kentucky the whites of the South. It who would had been lying for over a week on a polls closed. - " of Hooley's apparently wholesale purRichmond proe the end of the blacks, The modus operandi of voting by chase of British noblemen for use as be swept from the face of the earth. sick bed at Washington, D. C, having and residence on Second Street Richmond, Ky This is a white man's country. No come there to secure the furlough of this machine is as follows: After the decoy ducks to his various stock Main voter has proved his qualifications to schemes; and his connection with the others need apply. the dying men in his regiment. The inspectors he enters the booth. highest political ollicials of the Empire. DENTAL STJHGESY. administration took advautage of his the There he finds the various tickets ar Therou G. Crawford, who has been in helpless condition and ordered him back ranged in perpendicular order against England for The Cosmopolitan, takes to Jacksonville to have it appear that the back of the inside of the booth up the subject in the November issue he was derelict in his duty as a soldier. The tickets are printed in diflerent col of that magazine, and under the title BKimsi, Mr. Jiryan's wift was at his side, Lav sJBH H jeT h m ore with party name at the top of each. of 1 i and His Guinea-Pigs,- " of LouiSJriu.E, Ky. ingcoine all the way from Aebraska to Opposite the name of each candidate is next door to Government Building, connected story of the derivagives a nurse her husband. Such are the to 4. RichmSnd, Ky. Office hours 9 to a knob. tion of Hooley and his rise to the novl7-ldepths of iiifamy to which the RepubTo vote for a candidate the voter control of millions through unlimited lican leaders descend in order to ob- simply at pushes in this knob, which re- cheek and the opportune willingness ol tain a political advantage. As there Four nice rooms for rent. mains in aud his vote is registered on distinguished British aristocrats to lend was no iightiug.to do, what excuse can the indicator that is unseen iu the back their names for a financial consideraour government offer for such con compartment of Call at Dental Oifice of Dr. Hob-sothe booth and his bal- tion to any sort of a shady transaction. Many persons have their good temptible action?" When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CORE is guaranteed lot is cast. This he repeats against the day and their bad day. Others next door to postoffice. to cure you. lb is the discovery of "an eminent physician. name of every candidate that he wishes are About half sick all the time. Millions (liven A Way. No Interruption of Business ! No Knife ! to vote for and his duty is done. They have headache, backache, It is certainly gratifying to the pubThe mechanism is so perfect that no D R. FRED SMITH. and are restless and nervous. The first treatment brings immediate relief. It has lic to know of one concern in the land one cau vote for the same man twice or Food does not taste good, and DENTIST. cured thousands, andTill cur you. to bo generous to for two men for the office. After the the digestion is poor; the skin who are not afraid MR. T. S. WILCOX, prominent merchant, politician Grocery, same office over Collins H is dry and sallow and disfigured the needy aud suffering. The proprie- ballot has been cast tlia voter leaves : Utely occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. anH-land chief of the Chattanooga Fire Department, saysrecwith pimples or eruptions; tors of Dr. King's Now Discovery foi the bootii through the exit doors and iu ' After Ycarsof suffering, DON'S PILE OINTMENT wis N Those who disregard sleep brings no rest and work Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have so doiug the mechanism is automatic ommended to mc. The use of one box effected a permanent cure. C. MORGAN, rly indications of disease. DR I voluntarily give ycU this statement, hoping it will be the means is a burden. given away over ten millions trial bot- ally readjusted and made ready for the The progress of a, wonderful remedy to the attention of others suf- of bringing What is the cause of all this? tle? of this great medicine and have next voter. ' Xo indication of the choice catarrh is frequent- rf Impure blood. the satisfaction of knowing it has abso- of candidates appears. A straight" party DENTIST. ly gradual. Chronic E Price S1.00, Prepaid to any Address. And the remedy? lutely cured thousands of hopeless ticket may be voted by this machine ur over Madison National Bank, k caiarrn'securesS .WOfflce jly6-l- y jfe-cases. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarse- withiu half a minute, no matter how posscssionwitli-'Richmond, Ky. A '"Att i out the knowl ness and all disease of the Throat, many names may be upon it, and a S CHATTANOOGA. TENN. j edge of its vicChest and Lungs are BUrely cuied by complicated splifticket may be readily tim. L&ndmsin, Dr. Louis it Call on Perry x Thomas Druggist, voted within a minute. It has becomes to W. G. White and get a Successors 1 I so common to Towns to Buy R. N. I & B. trial bottle free, regular size 50c aud 1. ''Every- mm f say, I .Every bottle guaranteed, or price reNo. 803 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, body has a little The Nicholasville Democrat sug. Richmond, Ky. , on will be at Mr. J. B. Willis' 3 funded. gests that the five counties interested catarrh" that many octi-lj- WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER Mb. 1898, W easy going peoplo iu the road buy and operate it. Here BEET SUGAR AS AN EXPERIMENT. every second Wednesday ot czch returning vv PBysiiEin.aiieiii.iuii of it is: .. . i. month. Seference erery physician feb!6-li W It. ltib UU U1UM Ky. "As a suggestion of the Democrat Chicago Becord.l of disease is so diftl re the properties of how would it do for the thrifty towns mil to shako off. For the first time iu history beet along the line of the B.. H.I. & B. railtone which satisfy W Manvpeopletvell' f f sugar will bo manufactured in Michi road to buy up this property and issue xne musical car. w jBLss.jaa.jm.0 i) i themselves in advanced In years-fingan this year. The 300,000 factory at bonds for the pavmeut? It would One mate of Piano may have one, another two, another three the toils of catarrh. Mr. and Mrs. J3ay I ity wilt tuke care of a contracted doubtless pay big in time aud reduce Collum, of Giddings,, Tex., foundhelp in J6 of these properties. s c Ky., will Of Jfo. 541 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, xiron of o500 acres, and if this factory municipal Mr. Collum's letter follows: taxation. There are five cleats out the channels C7 It irttTT?rw be at the Hotel Glvndon. Richmond. Kv., on prove buccessful of which there i3 no good towns interested, Versailles, NichMedicine Co., Columbus, O. through which poisons are factories will bo built iu olasville, Beattyville, Irvine and doubt other body. Deah Sirs: "I think your Wednesday, Bee. 21, 1898, carried from the removed''Vhen from Michigan, next year. Experiments all impurities are all in a'po&itiou to float bonds at is the best medicine I ever tried for caBetnrningoneday in each month. Eyes exhave proved that the percentage of three per jcent. The road under gocd tarrh. I have tried all' the catarrh the blood nature takes right hold amined, and glasses f dentifically adjusted. and completes the cure. augarin the Michigan beet Is higher management would be a fine invest medicines that I could hear of and none oct5-l- y of them did any good until I tried yours. If there is constipation, take than is that in those raised id other ment." I and my wife have both used the Ayer's Pills. They awaken the states; that tlie coeiucieut ol purity is -r and we arc alxml and KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. drowsy action of the liver; they fo novel has been more, widely read conditions are higher; that climatic well, I am 70 years old and my wife cure biliousness. CAVE. Fittest. iHisjtM. Ej. L 111 favorable and that tho soil is that of the by Kentuckians, perhaps, than Tem- is CO. "When wo commenced to tako la '" . LITEBABY.BrBLE, "MEDICAL, AND COM- WrKe tm asw home of tho sugar beet. Idealizing the pest and Sunshine." Mrs. Allen, lIo'- - your'medicines we were not alle to seo i services rf. TTe have the cxeolT MEECIAL COLLEGES. landlinson, the real "Tempest" died this after importance of this industry, the but now she can tend some of the most esilneut pbysietens In the On(tel Suocs. Write freely the Tuition for Literary and Bible Course $22 a If aoae xn Has them all ia iaraiooicws conafeiitioor Agents in taxi ll,c;tf department has made a great effort to week in Jessamine countv, aged 71 to her work and I. see after my farm. ruttealaxs tn yoor cue. You wHI year. More than Mrenty teachers. $10,009 cott. a V AfreW, irMboat AYEK. TimamMnAm of fcae&ess-fu- Sample pack alumni. would, never talk about the You can use Uiis publicly jf you want wmauitin. years. She getfarmera interested. DE. J. C tiociataad moral "welfare of'stedents receive Lowell, Mass. ages of seed wore distributed and the novel nor allow it to be discussed in to." A. P.: Collum, qiddiags, Tex. itvmi) BBtk. Onea to both sexes. For JiyST-catalogues address" th e Presideat. Ask any druggist fecatVree.rru-na- r results of the experiments ln&u&will ber presence.'; JIecsiH4er,( "SHnehine," As stilLHvlBg near Midway, . 3: lAlaianac for "the be determined by aaalf sos this fall. K3 .cA y J. -- commonly known at the bill." President McKinley, who was then a member of the house, voted for the bill and was very much disappointed when it failed to become a law. The Republicans now have it i.i their power to place all the elections held in the south under federal supervision if they are anxious to try such an experiment. The bill will authorize the federal judges in the various southern states to appoint commissioners of elections, and these commissioners will in turn select the precinct oiliciuls. Southern Republicans hae informed the within the past few l;is that unwhich "force w- -s are. They should respect the ordinary American life of simplicity and sincerity. Making high social dwuands a ntcessity iu oflicial life opens olllce only to the rich man. It says to a man, "Oh, you are too poor to fill this office we must have a rich man, some fellow who can give grand parties, pour out slathers of champagne anil fling ten dollar bills to the lackeys." No poor man need apply. Oflices are for the rich noodles. That's the theory upon which a man backs out of an $8,000 office, because it is not enough to support him in style. There ought to be a crusade against this 6tyle of business anyhow. It is out of harmony wun the public weiiare. The average citizen who gets 51 to 2 a day that has to pay for it all. A true republic is the reflection of the economy, simplicity and home life of the average citizen. More than that conduces tomany ills. Really it would be a to this nation if salaries weie reduced. When a Congressman's salary was $:!,000, we had just as great men and more work done. They don't have so much money to spend on "sassiety," and doing nothing. God-send Paris, Rourbon comity, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark countv, fourth .Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. A FAIR SAMPLE OF REPUBLICAN METH- ODS. Glasgow Times. A Clever Trick. pre-i-de- -- pie-oer- Probably no campaign ever fought to a finish in iventucky was so filled with misrepresentation as the one just closed. It was a contest between truth and falsehood cunningly disguised between Democracy and Republicanism. The pivotal point of the battle was, indisputably, the Gosbel bill. Against this, every energy of the Republican enemy was directed, and the culmination of party animus was a Republican pamphlet, circulated by wholesale over this section, predicting dire and dreadful results impending from the Goebel election law in other words, from Democratic success. From a mass of other untruths embodied in this document, The Times makes the following extract: ''Goebel and his tools are not to 6top by taking the right to vole from but we are reliably informed, propose to enact another law at the next session of the Legislature, to take from the people the right to elect County AEsessors and to put the power of appointing them in the hands of the Governor Governor Goebel. The object is clear; when these appointed assessors of the boss come to take the list of jour properly you must kiss the hand that smites you, or pay for your refusal to do goby having yourpiop-eit- y pay all the taxes. If you own pioperty worth SI, 000, and your neighbor is worth the same amount and he is,a Goebelite, he's in the fortunate condition. Your property is to be raised to $2,000 and your Goebelite neighbor's is to be assessed-a- t $500 or Ken-tuckian- Ilavinpr removed ray stock of Jewelry to the Bright Buildin-- on Our excellent County Superintendent Jlain Street, formerly occupied by K P. Palmer, I am better preof Schools has given out this oflicial repared than ever to serve the public I have now the Handsomest Jewelry Store in Richmond, the largest and best assorted stock. port : tub LUWiuiT ruiu-- a. mis aiocK includes "I found in the white district quite jfcji Silver and Cut Glass Novelties, a number of good school houses and DIAMONDS. several unfinished houses, that will he WATCHES. Srf?Z. CLOCKS. good as 6O011 as completed. Yet, there pgfy- And Everything Kept in a RINGS. are several houses, in my judgment, First'Class Jewelry Store. &M SILVERWARE, that are too small.. The houses in the Special prices made on Weddinc Presents, colored districts are not as uood as I I invite all my old friends and as many new ones as want honest expected to find them. Most of the .fc-S- 0 values ana courteous treatment, to come ana examine my stock. t ; houses aio supplied with charts and Clocks and Watches Repaired on short notice, patent desks. I did not find the attendance in the schools as good as I had expected, but this has been an unusu ally bad season for schools owing to the excessive rainy weather and swolen streams, and the whooping cough and nriv12w&.uq, "R.vcvmow&, diphtheria have been in almost all the Kl districts in the county, several schools haviug suspended on account of these epidemics. I fouud most of the teachers doing yood work for the pay only. The colored teachers are more in their methods of teaching than I expected to find them. Many of them are doing excellent work. Our vertical written system has taken well, and nearly all the schools are now WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK. Next week teaching the vertical penmanship. Monday Only Ladies' Fleeced-line- d S"? of the teachers At least Hose worth 20ets for lOcts; Good Machine have expressed their gratefulness to me spool for 2c. ; 12 j'ds Torshon Thread. 200 and my examiners for haying Metcalf's Lace for 4c; Bargains in Ladies' and Gent's grammar, and Kincaid's Kentucky history. They say that they are deUnderwear and Hosiery. vMPi lighted with the change." r -- Handsomest Store! m i f m h S&, Largest Stock ! I a Tl P j a ftwpct iiPmirAQ? "? Mk flTHA h TIHii 1 aI ?fr? B j. HUlvJ.i. j (J.1B vote'" P IIIIMHI && W ell Hi ill I lillllll -- h W Hi ll st-- ?- S H y B i w 0 n.tv waw iK-j- m m lH A m sk m m sn m sn $ mi ,i trv 'fPS mm 4& 'HI jdb fe 'I'he sensation of the week trt ARM Wir The Jeweler, kj. .ic26-6m Main Street is the complete and beautiful bedroom scene onufi.i m on fej mmwMmmmms$ vaec e Advertisement! For OB m&H&m&iimmm II m immvi m it mx?s&zr nine-tent- WPdnM is a positive wonder The Maine Commission Go I I ms im$ TH0S. MEMIEN, Manager s, iEgtf J"IE7 L. E J-jO- OPTI NE, anAJsr.ga More ggi m 1kX"ti I I ii W'A.-- lg Street, now so much elesrance and comfort can be gathered into a store without the magic touch of wo man to arrange it. But it is there, the admiration of all. The bedroom set in one window, is rivaled by the parlor set-ithe other. n If WultC r0S K II1D SOUS m. j THESE ARE JUST SAMPLES OF THE STOCK WITHIX. COME, VIEW AND THE REST IS A SETTLED FACT. Populist-Republica- n &&J:gu'&'&zez fzizfs? -: (SEA i tfe o ill MIL-WAR- i rn H 1! lSMyj 111 Mil , I r i H I r Rflnnrn U MK -K I3 i If I I I I I II I I kM n 71 U I I . (PKt) ! 5 (Mi r. tt: KZA i ifei rce-wo- Dress iDi rSai till Collin BROWN, graduated embalmer and funeral director. PHONE iw.-- ,j IviLvyi ijri A Few - ce tines, a Points -- SUPEHIOHITV- ee --- --- t3?& adiani ome ir jiast Over All Other Heaters. ' KyiADlAKT Ke-vie- w. "I He Practically AIR BLAST FIRE BOWL, 5H0ME(M i INDESTRUCTIBLE n M White -- &- Street, Gibson, fl I Proouces the following results: Perfect combustion of Soft Coal, consuming all the Fumes Oreat Economy and Gases, gaining Just so in this. much more heat that In other stoves Is wasted. The Cross Drafts from tho Bowl, causes the heat to bo radiated to the floor Instead of to the cell'ng, like other direct draft stovec. fhMXJ ii Si - ifBri-lMr- Great Satisfaction in this. AMWWW JT E Perfect control of the fire, so an even heat can be maintained, and a good fire kept over night. Great Comfort in this. Unoreceos-- " DuBACIHTf Heat, Economy, ce 12-- 1 y nail well I Pai Will Burn Any Kind of Fuel with Equal Satisfaction. I a. in FOR SAL.E1BY n, e, y 1r ll '" EASYGOING lB. Shackelford &Co., (Successor to Shackelford & Gentry.) J. Richmond, - Kentucky. I SY ? DON CH EMICAL COMPANY, I. ES fl J sJ "il zn It ""i H ZZfnT'HE "KpJMMm ONE MOMENT ! PLEASE "We -- Btcn-mony. d, mmhzm km 9 o. x-- Dr R. Gold&tein, $sm fc jQUIILITT, lESOMllMCIE, a Pe-ru-n- a. Pe-ru.- Elch-inoii- Pe-ru-- d, Pe-ru-- na Man-a-li- n, i lano; , want to talk to you about our new line of Foot Wear for Fall. "We think we have the most interesting display of these goods ever seen in this City and feel certain that you will favor us with a call. A call does u not obligate you in any way. We take the greatest m pleasure in showing our stock to the public as we are well aware that it is the best possible advertisement we can have, and our line is at your disposal. It means business with you later on. Ladies,- - don't buy until you see our line of $3.00 Respt., Shoes. They are beauties. " onr-vor- 1I re . -- tt 1 CtfiftftKg Eft - j.M, Tire-Torte- ytkr-lgO- O. fi. . 'mffianitsros., ... j r " -- . Firsx Strxkt; - S3-ts- g - &. i!- - ft." ' 4t"" & ' 5C' - - re A ifef - '. x ?s&ri.a The Richmond Climax. J. A. D. MILLER. C. CKESAULT, throughont the country. The case is one of the most important in the Commonwealth, and the opinion is regarded by many lawyers as the ablest ever delivered in any Circuit Court in Kentucky. It was the case of Dr. G. N. Murphy against Dr. J. M. Matthews, et al., comprising the State Board of Health of Kentucky. In effect Judge Settle is of the opinion that the Board cannot deprive Dr. Murphy, who was summoned to appear before that body to show cause why his license should not be revoked, of the right to practice medicine in the State of Kentucky. The decision covered a half page in Thursday's Dispatch, November 24, and the Climax makes the following extracts seeming to cover the decision in brief, which was most interesting reading: "The proceeding inaugurated against the plaintiff by the State Board of Health partakes both of a criminal and civil nature; criminal in the deprivation of his right to practice his profession upon the charges preferred, will operate as a punishment, because it will inflict upon him disgrace, and civil because his property (i. e., his profession) is songht to be taken from liini; tliprefofe thebtatute under which the proceeding is conducted nni6t be 6trictlv construed. He must not be deprived of his property without 'due a Proprietors and Editors. E. WOODS, Associate Editor. I Hood's Calendar cmpra whose Kentucky orgin so frequently bestowed upon her bons true eloquence and ability." Butte, Mont., Miner, Oct. 27. 1SM Miss Nancy Hall spent Thanksgiving with friends at Valley View. WEDNESDAY. P0UI.lJ.HrD 'OV. 30, 1F9S. EVEKY WKIISESDAT BY 1899 is a perfect beauty, patriotic, up Subject : e. RELIGIOUS. Rev. W. i;jl:jl :t ri 8Sff Are you married? !Nli - Z MrM V" irz: . l ii lVMM &K wt ( WARD - sermon Snnday and resigned the charge of the Christain church. cor. Woodford .Sun. One of the handsomest pieces of color Bishop Burton preached a beautiful issued this year. Lithographed, work PRICE 'PKlt YEAR, $1.50. Thanksgiving sermon in tlio Episcopal with border of army and navy emblems church on Sunday evening, and also ANNOUNCEMENT embossed in gold. Tjeave your name delivered a fine sermon at the morning services. with onr druggist and ask him to save FOR AUDITOR. you a copy or send 0 cents in stamps We re authorized to announce JOHN B. CHEXAOLT, of Madison county, a candidate C. I. HOOD & CO.- -, for one to fur tbc oSice of State Auditor, subjoct to the DcmocrnticState Convention. McCoKMiCK. On Saturday, Nov. action of the Lowell, Mass. 20, to the wife of Western Union ManMention this paper. ager Al. McCormack, nee Miss IJernie ()i u foreign policy, no matter what Stone, a girl, Albernie. it may be, is not bo dangerous to liberty Logan. To the wifo of Rev. Stanas our domestic policy. Dispatch. ford Venable McBrager Logan, of on Sunday Nov. 20, 18'JS, Hood's Sarsaparilla is The erection of a $12,000 colored city America's Greatest Med- a son, isStanford M. ofLogan, Jr. Mrs. bcliool here calls to mind the necessity Judge and Mrs. Logan a daughter icine for the Blood and the M. C. Sauiley, of Stanford, at whose School for this race , foi an Industrial born. the "Little Minister" Best that Money Can Buy. homeexiend congratulations was child in Kentucky, not simply a Normal. We to Hence take only Hood's. and parents, the father being our classIk every Democrat in the county mate at C U. in '85 the best German would do as much lor his party as did scholar in Prof. W. N. Ewiug's class. R, Burnam, home of his son, Judge A 'Squire Kobeits Nelson, of Hedges, in in Frankfort, given in honor of the paying for four annual subscriptions Judges of the Appellate Court. for the Louisville Weekly Dispatch, Capt. fDr.) A. H. Stewart and wife to be bent to other persons, the cause of Fox. Samuel Fox, aged 74, died " arrived Sunday from Anniston, Ala., Saturday at the home of his daughter, Democracy would have an easy tri- process of law.' Mrs S. being iu very poor health She Mrs. Elias Dykes, near Boonesboro "Section 2,015 of the statute under is now umph in i00. Winchester Sun. better and her husband will re- Deceased was a son of Chas. Fox, and which defendants are seeking to de- turn to his post with the 4th, Ivy. besides the above daughter he leaves The Glasgow Times sent the Louis- prive plaintifT of his property, is unconMiss Kathryn Lewis, of Danville, O., another, Mrs. J. W. McKinney, and a ville Dispatch 421 new subscriptions in stitutional and void for uncertainty, no and Mr. Thos. Bently. of Toledo, will son, Charles, of Missouri. sixty days, if all of us Democratb standard being fixed by which the be married at the bride's home. could do half so well the fearless physician may regulate his conduct Miss Lewis will be remembered as the Centre's Team Vanquished. Champion of the People's flights would and know in advance whether his ac- beautiful visitor of Miss Minna Wagers. Of all tho great games of foot ball from this year auu nearly all have proven Mr. Llmoro Estcs, have hall a million subscribers not- tion is lawful or unlawful. It empowers withstanding the opposition of Catllsb-moat- h the Board to refuse and revoke the cer Rowland to Richmond, came down surprises none resulted in a victory response to a message anTaylor, Attorney Giner'l, be tificate to practice medicine for 'grossly Sunday in the serious illness of his so signal, an overthrow so complett, nouncing as that between those ancient rivals. dad! unprofessional conduct of a character mother, Mrs. M. S Estes. Glasgow-News- . Centre Ollege and Central University, ljkely to deceive or defraud the public' last Thursday, in . this city. The Hamu-o- n county has settled the hash without defining or specifying what Mr. J. E. Greenleaf was called to game was to settle the championship f r hor candidate for State Auditor, B. if C. U. will constitute such conduct. It does Lancaster Sunday by the sudden death of the State her to rank won it would with tlio foreM. Collier. A measly 420 majority of his mother. Mrs. Lucinda Greenleaf. also entitle not express with certainty or speak in- She celebrated her 84th birthday on most teams of the South, as she had we had right to espect 1KX) is no where telligibly the sovereign will of the leg Saturday and was found dead in bed not been beaten at all and had defeated good. And Nicholas county put a Vanderbilt 12 to 0 on the latter's leaves it to the undefined next morning. Green Keller, by islature, but dawper on our friend. grounds. will of the members of the Board to de Mifas Laura Clay and her mother, its slump. And at Covington, Win. termine what constitutes grossly unpro. Mrs. M. A great crowd was J. Clay have returned fiom Danville rooters camo piesent.far Tho from and GoebeTb town, the Ui'publicaus licked fessional conduct of a character likely their farm in Madison and will spend near wearing the well remembered the Democrats for the first time in a to deceive or defraud the public." the winter at their residence on North "white and orange," and a few fair Broadway. The health of both of long lime. linocrat "I fit is meant that a physician's ad- - those ladies is excellent. Lexington friends flaunted Hags of those; pretty coloisto show that the crowd was not v Herald. B. Chenault's can-- 1 vertlsing through newspapers or of unanimous for the white aud red of C. Sliss Emilv Hazelrigg, daughter of U. for auditor of Kentucky, the w'sc that he can cure diseases known to the medical world to be incurable, Judge Hazelrigg, of Frankfort, and Mrf The result was too complete a victory llnzA Green Herald says: Tom Bradley, of Lexington, will wed tor our boys to enable us to tell what Under the proper headiim in our pa- is such conduct as is denounced by the December 7th. The bride-to-bhas kind of a team old Centre had on the per today appears Hip formal announce-o- l statute, it ought to be so expiessed visited Miss Katie fcinith and is very field. Hardin, VanWinkle and Cook What the present Board may pleasantly remembered here. John 15. Chenault. of Madison therein. were not on Celine's team as of yoie county, whe is a cHiKli.la'e for auditor regard as unprofessional conduct of a Gen. Geo. O. Watt-- , after an illness of neither were tlie out giants of U. U. to of Kentucky snbjfct to the action of character likely to deceive or defraud four weeks' duration, is on the streets be seen, Blnudford, Lucas, Gunlack, Burnam or Gentrj the heroes of '03. friends are again, the Democratic convention in lS'J'J. Mr. the public might be regarded by their see aud 'J his General says all glad to Gentry, the old centre rush, he ah. lie he him. that lie had in altogether a different i a Uree Silver Democrat, successors Cliemtult the yellow feer in 1S07. Ills son, Octo, of all those who fought on that trusty light." :ibU in his county, legislative, senais a sergeant in Cuba, Alexandria, La. November day, saw last 'Ihuisday's game. And we may best describe the "So it is likewise improper for the Town Talk. torial, judicial and congressional dis contest in his words. utTcrrill by failing to define and ever been an untiring tricts he has Miss Kate Smith, of Richmond, ar- the Ganard giant, how he plunges worker for tin success ol the Demo- make certain what is meant by grossly rived at noon to visit her niece, Mrs. J. through Centie's line he's a tegular Misses. Willie and Mary old 'Luke,' the human plow." "And cratic party, IlHMigh this is the first unprofessional conduct, to delegate to L. Waldeu Traynor, Mary and Bessie Coyle and to ollice. ro faith- the State Board of Health the power to Mr. Waller Traynor, of Richmond, Norman is Gunlack oxer again, but ame he has so 'Fatty' ful lias he been to party fealty that he declare or decide what is or is not un- came down to spend Thanksgiving not half goodrough." "Andsure like natured and Booker is This confers with Mr. and Mrs. Bland Ballard. conduct. receiving professional was rewarded for his zeal by old Boatman only Booker kicks goals better than any man excron our team. ' the chairmanship of his county, and upon said Board legislative power and Danville Advocate. Mrs. Elizabeth Henderson, of Rich- "And Speed, cool as the centre seed in through bis zaloils efforts, as much as allows them to make the law and then mond, was Mrs. 1). M. Lackey's truest a cucumber, keeps his men keyed up to anything. Hie Democratic candidate for convict under it." last week Mr. Parker Gregory the right point all the time." 'And 'It beems to place power extraordi- auu wmgiess was elected by a good major- Danville's line why it's like a sievo, Mios Lucy, of Richmond, nary in the hands of the Board, but is spentsister, Tuesday with Mrs. 1). M. like a sheet of wet paper; make an a gentleman oi lty. rurbonally he last 51 r. and Mrs. Richard Fox opening in their line and our fellows polished politeness, and professionally silent in nearly all those things which lackey gallop through to faie you well." lie is a banker, the technical knowledge should be thrown as safeguards around aud pietty baby, of Richmond, have been visiting reiathes in this vicinity. But Gentry's side line remarks aie person proceeded against." of which bniniiess would greatly aid the Lanca&ter Record. not all that can be said. The fact is of the arduous him in the we never saw such perfect "interferThe offices of Floyd Day's lumber ence," rapid alhgninent, Jackson county, which two years ago and errorless duties of the office to which he aspires. and tie business has been removed to all round movements as C. U.'s team We beliexe, a John Garner said of gave over 1.2U0 republican majority, J.tcksou to be closer to the field of Our hos were trained for himself, that Mr. C'hennult, too, was gave only 220 this year. You can now work. Carl Day, C. M. Clark and A. displayed. straight game, but "Centre's see what the Republicans have been P. feteel, who have been located heie, an hour's vackmtcd for the law also, and while it men keeled over at nearly every insli. were quite didn't take it added something to his doing to the teturns in the mountain We regret popular and will be missed. No less than four substitutes had to be to lose this firm from the tailed iu by Centre, whiNt our boys counties. That they stole the state for other qualifications for the otllce which ' Mr Cyn- - business interests of our city. or exCarl Day has been made General Man- never lost a man from injury Conley. lie miw seeks As the old woman said AlcKinlcy is as certain as taxes. haustion. So much for Coach ager. Winchester Democrat. hiiaband had """ oTTli. eoffiu which her so much for Capt. Speed, to much lor Eeditor Bosley, of the Paris Report- the spirit and pluck of our team. built in lite to repose in after death, er, was present to weep over Danville's and which -- he use.1 for years as a te-- c The first half was a pretty contest, defeat at last Thuisday. Air. in w Inch C. U. scored only once but will come in. flacle for no, etc., it Bosley was a giaduate of Centre, and Miss wighty handy." Strict v speaking, Danville. Willie Dennv is visiting in has a brother a professon there. He even then was playing up hill against the wind. lipnanlf - m.t :i mimnt.-lil-l Air I also was present. They aid Danville ma.li The Advocate concedes we had the Judge Henry C. Rice wasiuLexing was fainy beaten, but thought the Danil.n- -. " - Mil,i,r., Imt i.n lives at ton last week. j "O" ville fellows were not in condition to best team; on the other hand it says its Ihe foot of Hig lliil. the towel iug height after their games with team "had not recoveied from games e play so toon Miss Eilna Schlegel visited in Louisville of which lays in the shade the Newcastle and Georgetown. However on Saturday and Mondav at AVell, last week with our of anything in this our bovs might argue that way some and played Georgetown." summit against Vanderbilt on Sat Miss Beshie Baughmam spent Thanks- themselves, as we played and beat bojs section and his sympathies and interest unlay and to beat that team 12 to 0. giving at Lancaster. Vanderbilt last Saturday. Jtre boUi with our people. With this which was only 0 less than the U. of Miss Ann Freeman is visiting Mrs. Messrs. Keat Speed, Hopson Saunders Va. heat them, was equally as hard to mtrodsction we Ienchiin in the hands W. Alcorn at Stanford. J. and Richard Taj lor, of Richmond, who recover from. Truth is, Centre was oi his constituency, confident that they Mrs. W. Neale Bennett and son are came over to the dance last night, re- out of her class man for man, and as treat bis claim w itli due considerawill turned home this morning Mr. Al- the year is closing we find C. U.'s at home from Mt. Sterling. tion. len Zaring, of Richmond, who lias been record versus entre has been three Miss Bessie Miller 6pent Thanks- spending several dajs here at the victories: Base ball, foot ball, 30-Phoenix Hotel, has returned home and the debater's place. That Tin: Statu Biaril of health was giving with friends at Paris. Miss '.izzette Dickson, of Paris, is .Mr. Joseph Watts, of Richmond, came will do for o.He yoar In lbU3 wo won knocked clear out of the water by over yesterday to attend theL.A C. foot ball, bae ball and field day chamvisiting lathes in this city. Judge Settle, of Warreu county, last german last night, and is the guest of pionships. Tho line up was as follows: Dr. and Mrs. W. W Burgin spent Mi. and Mrs. Nuckols, on becond Twsday. in a decision that will be read C. U. C. C. Positions. street Lexiugfon Herald. with profound interest by medical and Thauksgining at Crab Orcnard. Left end Spauldiug Bauchman. Norman Downton ..Left tackle Miss Bryant, of Chicago, was the legal men aini thousands of lawyers Miss Maggie "Wilmore, of Kirksville, ..Left guard Harland gest of Miss Burnam last week. arrived Wednesday afternoon, the Booker . Clark Center Bedinger..... of Mrs. J. E. Wilmore Thurs- Brown .Bight guard Mr J. Speed Smith, Jr.. came up to uuest Ifargis day of last week Mrs. N. L. Lironaugh Terrill t eiMi tugui uickiu take turkey on West Main stree. entertained a few friends at luncheon. Saunders Hight end urinstcau Quarter-bacMrs. B. J. Clay de'ightfullv enter- MissNannettc Camilla Heath, Mrs. J. Bin n to n Tomkins (Yeager) tained the Whist Club on Friday. B. Embrj ana Mrs. W. K. Beaslev Bissett....Left Right . ., . . . .Winters Muir Mr. aud Mrs. Hugh Riddell, of weie the guests of honor. Other ladies Speed .Crabtree (Kelly) present were: Mrs. W. C. Tutt, Mrs. Irvine, visited in this city last week. Umpire Henry Muir, Mrs. W. J. Wilmore, Mrs. Keferee Scott Bullitt. Kv. Ed McDonald. Mr. W. S. Mobetley was in Louis- Geo. L. Chrisman, Mrs. J. W. Duncan. Timekeepers Speed Smith, C. S. Van ville last week on professional busi- Jr., Mrs. B. V. Willis, Misses Jessa Winkle. ness. Time Two twenty-five- , minute liahcs. mine Hemphill, Ora Wilmore, Mary Miss Sue McKoberts, of Danville, Annie Wilinore, Nora Richards. JessaSupt. Baldwin, of the local exchange, was .Miss Julia Higgins' visitor last mine Journal. placed a telephone iu tho grandstand week. Iho Journal leal ns that a rare treat on the campus last Thursday, ten feet Miss Sallie Taylor was the guest last is in store for the public in the near irom tho gridiron, and "Kid" Nichols, WBH VOU BUY CARPETS. week of Mrs. J. Tevis W'iikersou, at future, in the repetition of the superb of Danville, called oil the plays as the elocution and musical evening given game progressed, to John Van Winkle, Lexington. by Miss Heath and .Mrs. W. K. Ueasley stationed at Danville a pretty good BoniPiiibcr that tup design, the Mrs. T. J. Smith, Jr., was the guest a few weeks ago at scheme But here is tho way "Kid" blending of color- -, the grouping of Mrs. Sam Bennett, at Frankfort, Under the auspices Jessamine Intitule. had to talk: "Game begins: Down- of the Ladies Aid of ligmes aud the PRICE are all last week. Society or the M. E. Church, South, ton kicks otr 30 yards to Blanton who field. C. lAalieis of grave importance. Rev. W. 1. Smith, lately pastor of Miss Heath has been prevailed upon returns ball"" to center like a doso U of We have studied these points the Christian church here, was iu this to repeat her charming program and pours through our boys share in the receipts. The date has Crab Orchard salts, 10 yards, 12 yards city last week. thittttgh a lifetime in the Cariet touchdown. H !!! Booker kicks been set for Dec 0, and no one should Miss Evelyn August, of iLoxington, miss this opportunity of hearing one of goal and John Mershon shakes the earth Imsiness, and are, in addition to our experience, able to give you was the guest of Miss Margaretta the most talented elocutionists. Jessa- with his megaphone, "Dickey, mine Journal. the benefit of the purchasing Smith last week. "Kid" wipes ofi the ear trumpet, Mrs. Sam II. Stone, of Frankfort, A delegnte from Eastern Kentucky to Itower of this Big Store. spent Thanksgiving with her father, the Daughters of the Confederacy con- shakes the telephone box. orders a dr grin, aud says; AVIS1-- : BUYERS OF XEXIXGTON-2- Ct Hon. John D. Harris. vention recently held iu this city said W e have got the ball sure! llnrlan's Miss Nora Buckwalter, of Winches- to me at the reception Mrs. V. N. No. 10 is iu motion, the ball is 4S feet one, but hundreds, have Haldeman gave ill delebeautified .tjieir.bomes from our ter, will arrive Friday and be the guest gates: "Look, Mrs. honor of the is in- above theearth's surface, and Ithink it Hademau is out of the reach of C. U.'s seven-foo- t of Miss Curraleen binitli. Carpet Stock. deed giviug"UH a treat, for she not only - decorated her rooms with American right guard, Brown. By merest acMiss Jean Cohen, one of Nicholascatches it and ART SQUAUKS ALL SIZES ville s most attractive young ladies, is Beauty roses but with an exquisite cident Muirboys for thirty yards. runs Terthrough our Gibson picture." Turning to see what rill deceives us and manages to make jo.OO. $G.50 AXD 57.00. visiting Miss Minna Wagers. $i.m, she meant I saw Miss Maigaret Chen- ashoitrun,20 to 40 yards, can't tell If you have parties visiting jou, or ault, of Richmond, Ky , TAPESTl'.Y CAKl'ETS- -a pecial lot seated on a exactly. Bedinger, C U.'s center, peron a trip yourselt. kindlv are 57c 05c AND 75c. ring going sofa with Miss Anne Haldeman, while sists in holding our entire line and up "3ti" or "G9" and tell us. Miss Clara Haldeman bent over them Bullitt has been appealed to Six piuces RoaI Velvets. Dark Rich Mrs. Blanche Asay and Miss Florence to speak to them, and no wonder the Umpirehim out of the game. I to take " can't Colors, High PUS, Splendid Wearing Bryan, of Chicago, are the guects of visiting delegate was pleased, for the hear, nor 6ee, as the pesky freshmsii Major and Mrs. Curtis F. Burnam. three pretty young girls m ball cos- - are calling our brave fellows "SpaniQualities &ic, 1.10 and Sl.25. Dr. and ."Mrs. Poyutz and Miss Kath- tumes indeed made a ueautiful picture. ards,"' "Duffers," "Trolley Dodgers," fcnnuay's leen Poyotz, of Richmond, were guests etc., and I declare John Mershou ought of Mrs. Jesse Turney, at Paris last week. The following concerns a well known to be killed, for ho is injuring us by of Madison, whose wito was ratling 'Dicky" Van Winkle bo much Mrs. W. W. Pigg and Mrs. Claude men Smith returned Tuesday from a visit to the beautiful Miss Mary McCord, of of "Time," five of our bestis outare out ot his breath and Maninni Mrs. S. L. Tudor and Mrs. Rope Wagers this county: "George W. Taylor, a What home is complete withbrilliant young attorney of Butte, who head having been slammed back 19 at Inine. before he could call "down." out a desk? Its convenience and recently came here from Great Falls, Mrs. Eliza T. Jackson leaves on Sat- where he has resided since 18S5, was But we are O. K. Don't be discouraged. comfort doubly pays for the urday for Danville, thence to the next speaker. He said among other Tell Harry Giovannoli to get the Advoslight investment required. We for a visit to her son, Prof. things that it was his belief that a cate ready for an "'Extra" and bring 12 on special sale this Win. Jackson. have put nan should live and let live, that he out tliat'banner with J,C. U. In the vreok. Come in tnd see them. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Richardson, of knew nor cared to know nothing ot the Soup." Geo Whillikins! Speed has SS.tW bays a curley birch desk Junction City, left for home Monday, head of the Anaconda company, but a fit that from Awarded after a visit to his parents, Mr. and company its attitude it was notMonwith a mirror. to control tlio people of $3.00 an imp. mahogany desk, Mrs. G. W. Richardson, thiscountv. Highest Honors World's Fair, tana. He had been in the Democratic Juane and Mrs. J. C. Chenault and would be cheap at SS.50. primaries and he as well as re- others were allowed no voice in the $S.50 buys a highly polished, tons. Joe Prewitt and John Cabell, week from a delightful visit naming of candidates. On the 8th day turned desk, finished in ma- to Mrs. last Brutus Clay, in Bourbon coun- of November the people will arise in hogany. ty. their might and say: 'We will allow no There are many others in Oak. Miss Mary Spencer Smith is nt home man to dictate to us for whom weshall Birch and ISird's Eye Maple in from Lexington, and accompanied by vote.' The Anaconda company have a ser this sale. It you want a bargain, two very attractive young ladies from facsimile in the South American and pent known as the Anaconda, you'd better take a lok. It will Winchester, who were the guests of Miss while he knew nothing personally of Curraleen Smith. Marcus Daly, tiiere were two men at be worth the trouble. Mr. and Mrs. John Cunningham and the head of that corporation, Hoggin Mrs. Laura Estill Francis attended the nod Rothschild, who were foreiguore funeral of Mr John W Bean, President to Montana, but whose money was oi the Clark County National Bank, at spent in Europe and not in Montana. Winchester Friday. Mr. Taylor paid an eloquent tribute to the of John B Chenault, of Richmond, who Butte, wives askedthe laboring classes of the pertinent quesand is a candidate for State Auditor accom! panied by J. D. Mitchell, of the same tion, 'Shall any company force ynur place, paid us a pleasant call Sunday. wives to spend the money you and MOST PERFECT MADE. they have earned by honest labor?' MAINLAND ;BR0ADWAY, Hazel Green Herald. Mr." Taylor was frequently "interrupted A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret Major Curtis F. Buraaoi attended a by applause acd proved himself an from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. IiEXINGTON, KY. "o'clock dinner on Friday bet at ihe earnest, deep thinking awn and orator ,40 YEARS THE STANDARD, Ths Climax Printing Co. "An American Girl" F. Smith preached his last saxif so I mean to any particular house, BEST get a divorce and GOODS for the buy where you can get the LEAST MONEY. Come to nry store and 'convince yourself of the wonderful reduction in Wraps, Dress Goods, Underwear, "Wool Hosiery, Blankets, Comforts and Notions of all kinds. p" -- - liftl 111 W Mor-tonsvil- lo .JK' yii I II w LOTHING! BIRTHS. DON'T FORGET That our line of Men's Boots and Shoes are the most Complete and best in the citT. I also carry a good line of Clothirjg and Overalls. My stock of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only a few prices that are now making them go : Blankets, 10-- for 3Sc. to $5.00. Comforts, Large ISize, 50c. and up: Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50c. Ladies' Vests, 15c. and up. Hose, 19e. Ladies' Spool Cotton, lc. and up. 4, . 73 fF v m w g j Worth of Clothiiiff must be sold by MHUAYISI R iKiw'-v- B being compelled to remove to my nev store house on Main Street .next door to Jno, G. Taylor's, I have concluded to remove asiew goods as possible, and in order to sell same we will close out DEATHS All-wo- ol 100-Yar- to-da- y mail-age- nt Handkerchiefs, le. and up. Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up. Brown Cotton, Sic. per j'ard. Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. Overcoats, $2.50 and up. Always watch for my advertisement, I can save you money. -- Spool Silk, 5c. 12 Yards Lace, 5c. d - - ."arVy. J fTitniMiBS'Sr-vHBaL- p 7F y T&evo 5oods aud &aes Sje.s. ercevvi eev our stock at Oost and Lsss Than Cost ! McKEE, Cor. Main aud 1st Sts. J- Here are a few of tbc prices IS Richmond, Ky. .. Jo other-dklac- f 7W J K fr i I:! J 7i 7I Ui and kh 7W nfhr "Tihir &iM H fc 9 R 7k JR 7i 7JR 71 7? f f 7. a "v,; e h Legir-latur- ed toucliuown Here's our chance. Spalding kicks foity yards and Norman of C. U. catches, runs across the field pursued he turns to go hack but by our Harlan grabs at him and misses, whereupon our other ten men surrounded Norman and are about to 'seize him when he turned a hand spring over their heads aud scoots down tlio field for a touchdown. Tell Cholly Bodes this is h .and that's no joke! Three of our men are knocked out and the rest are bleeding internally but they are too bravo to murmur. Col. Dave Irvine has just offered 51,000 for every touchdown, S300 for goal kick, and it C. U. beats us he will endow a 510,000 bath tub in the gynma shun. That's tho kind of Iriend wo shonaud his cussed trumpet. our poor fellows were writhing in agony lie callsotit, ' We've got an Infirmary," "Dickey, this is only practice for us," and "Tell Via that vou saw us, need in Danville But confound Mer While kicked the ball 05 yards and Raclnnan run for a has got it and made a a oeeaG8eaoasoaa0caae9Beecti ) eoitioiiiiiaiiBii9iiii(iiitiaiiit( ::. ! Children's Suits at 50c and up. Stetson's ..ea S5.00 Hats at 83.50. Underwear at any a cs a a I e a , t sy las ut Boy'b Suits at own price. id l our ..ea So.- - On and after Januaiy 1st, terms will be ce 1899, our J 03 O0 a price to close out. cheap to mention. Gloves of all kinds too This Stock is New The oct SPOT CASH! -We have attempted to run our business by lecting our accounts the first of each month, but have been unable to collect them all promptly. W e are therefore compelled to sell for CASH that we may pay cash forourgoods aud will endeavor to make it to the interest of the trade to do business with us. We have a nice line of Staple and. Fancy Greceries, Quecnswarc ani Glassvare, &c. Give us a call, examine oir stock and get prices. f"Goods exchanged for country produce col- 68 8 ea 00 a a os ..0.00 a a ea a co9 d oi Latest Styles. i- - es... OOe Go... 69i-QO- EgdUhCall and see us before you buy as we will guarantee to save you money at .to I "tw"u PERSONAL.. foot-ba- ll I .- -.r -- -- - Nicho-lasvih- sky-kiss- etl 1 -0; 0; . C.B rQwer&Co., Ls:i:ton, k half-bac- Full-bac- Don't So it Blindly d-- o Dicky." OS $ O, how I ish I was at home. It's 69 O0O so excruciatingly unbearable These at)- ea C. U. fellows have no respect for our a feelings. There now, that's an exam fi90ai. 08 08 pie Harlan had the ball and was preo paring to run when Sanders broke 89o" 08 through, grabbed Harlan in one hand e c o and the ball m the other, and before ee- 00 Har- ao .Maninni could call "Feeny" poor e ,11 lan was thrown clear over in the Dill 11 OS 2 ingham Addition. It's tor rilic. SO.. a Goodbye, the game N jtiot begun, but WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND , KY. as .Mershon says "litre's a train to Danv.-ville at midnight," I think I had better v ' start now. 1'. S. Tell Harry to wait for more eaeaaaeaaaaaaaaeeeaaaaeaaeaeeaaaeaaaeaaaaa9 news hefoie saying anything definite in the Advocate. relatives in Cincinnati, that she would YuiLLEY VIEW One hour later C. U. 30 Danville 0. so soon wed the man of her choice. Brass band, cannon, parade special "W.-tiain-loaof dead ducks leave for home. The bride is one of Irvine's moat beauwent to Cincinnati tiful and accomplished joting ladies yesterday where he will sella quauity A Lady Burned To Death. and a favorite society belle of that of tobacco. Mrs. Xannie Fra;ee, of Jackson, is On Friday afternoon last Sirs. Anna town. Ths groom is a 6on of John Weli-visiting the family of Dr. Elmer Farlee. near Bryantsville, sister Vaughn, oi creek, and a North cutt. of Mrs. Sam A. I)eatherae, of this clerk Vernon L. county, was lendering lard and her brother uf Mr. Sid Taylor returned from Lex Vaughn, of Irvine, and is an excellent ington, Friday, where he visited clothes caught fire. Her husb.iud, Mr. Welch Farlee, went to her rescue, young Keutlemin. The Ci.ui vx ex friend-'- . but despite his heroic endeavors to tends congratulations to the happy The Thanksgiving Soiree daiance, save Ids wife's life, beinc badly burned young couple" and trusts that tho silver at Hotel Burton, was an enjoyable af himself, the flames had done their awband, of Richful work, resulting in the death of threads of matrimony may alwajs en- fair. Walker's String mond furnished the music for the ocSirs. Farlee on Saturday twine their lives as casion. The Terpsichorean god smiled Deceased was 20 years old, daughter on tho happy participants, as they of Sirs Sallie Welch, .and leaves a husThe Opening of The Masonic Temple. whirled through tho dance keeping two boys aud band aud four children The $20,000 Masonic Temple just time to "music, sphere defended two girls, the eldest eleven years of Friend of pleasure, wisdom's ae. Deceased was a member of the completed will be opened on Friday maid, Among the visitors were Mibbei-Mar- y Methodist church, and a most lovable evening next with a grand ball. Invi- aid." and FrankieMcFadden and Mrs. lady. Hei husband is a son of the late tations have been issued, Saxton's B. Gordon, of Lexington; Misses Geor-gi- e I'eter Farlee, of Damille. and Annie Rice, and Hays, of E.ist band engaged, the floor waxed, refreshHickman, Sellers, of I.ogana, Holman, Mr Chenault's Race ments and supper donated by the la- and Wnrline, of Nicholasville, Hall, Hon. John B. Chenault, of Richmond, dies, and a pleasant evening guaran- Richmond, Mebbr. Cae Speais and Henry Moore, Spears, Joe Wilson, LexMadison county, was in town Tuesday. teed. The bqilding is three stories He is a candidate forState Auditor,sub-jec- t Covington & Mitchell on first floor; ington, Hugh and Robert Itico, Fast Hickman, Bichard Joe to the action of the Democratic offices, pallors, etc., and public hall on Perkins, . Lexington. Taylor andthose Among 1S99. John is a popular second ; the Temple and other quarters who contributedto the pleasure of the convention in man at home, and as the lompositor on top flor The public hall, where visitors in attendance were W E. Chase, E. IHaden, Dr. It. L Gordon, has known him from boyhood he can the dance will occur, is about forty-fiv- e Prof George F. conscientiously recommend him to the feet square, an ideal apartment for lect- others, whoso Burton, are M.Bryson and names too numerous citizens ol Eastern Kentucky as a ures, dances, etc, just what we need ty mention They all tripped the light man iu every way w 01 thy of their sup-poi- t. in Richmond. The TVmple is tho same fantastic toe until the wee 'sma hours, L T. Ilovermale, in Frenchburg size, but the arched dome is twenty-fou- r when they bade each aud all "a fair liood night, and pleasing dreams and Agitator. feet high ! Thoso who do not care slumbers light." Jay Va.u Ess. 31 Chenault, of Rich- to dance need not be afraid to como as Hon. John mond, candidate for the Democratic there arc parlors and reception rooms nomination for Auditor, was in the and the dining room! Come on, gen city Tuesday night returning homo tleinen, with your So and bring your from an electioneeiing tour through wives, sweethearts, cousins or aunts several counties of Eastern Kentucky. and help the work along. Mr. Chenault was much pleased with fATKONESSKS. tho reception he received in the mounMESDAMES tains aud feels assured he will get the Bichard W Miller J. Stone Walker votes of most of the Eastern Kentucky Wm. O. White A. WiH.es Smith counties. Mt. Sterling Sentinel-Democra- t. Thos. T. Covington Robert It. Burnam ee. !. niuuiiiu ELLIS, First Street, Richmond, Iy- NOTICE! ' (tttagtiioiiitoittKiitttiiteoict1.1 Bigi-ersta- I hereby serve notice on the public that I am no longer connected with the Diamond Coal All accounts contracted up to October Co. 2tth to be paid to me. nott-l- ALLh.- - ll.AHI.Mi Two Stray Steers! Two stray steers, weight 710 pounds each, one red with white face; other black and white spotted. Both marLed on right hip with paint. Strajedfrom city pens on court day Reward for their recovery. DILLARD BERRYMAN. Brasfield, Ky. d Election Notice! State of Kentucky ) November Term. Madison Co. Court. November 7, IS'JS. Ilii'lnnonil, Union ami Kliiston Districts Petition Local Option : It appearing to the Court tliat more than 25 per cent, of the legal voters of ttichmond. Union and Kliiston Districts County, Kentucky, have of Madi-o- n petitioned the Court that an election be held at the votiiijr places of said districts on the 10th day of December, 18'JS. to take the sense of the leral vo ters of said districts as to whether or not spirituous, vinous or malt Honors shall he sold, bartered, or loaned in said Itichiuond, Union and Kliiston Districts, and that the provisions of the local option law, in said districts shall ipplv to uni"msts as well as other re tailers of liquors It is tlieretore ordered that tlie falier- ilT of Madison County raue a poll to be opened at 7 o'clock a. in and rlo&ed at 4 o'clock p. m. at the regular voting places in eail districts, viz: Court House, City Hall and University, Richmond District, MiCreary and Tip ton, m Uniou District, Waco and iu Kliiston District, on Saturday, ueceniber lUtli. ibas. for the nurios2 of taking the sense of the lenl voteri of said districts who are qualified to ote at elections for county ofUcers upon the question whether or not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors shall be sold, bartered or loaned in Richmond. Union and Kliiston Districts, and that tho provisions of the local option laws and prohibition in said districts shall applv to druggist as well as all other retailers of liqnors. It is further ordered that December the 3nl be and is hereby fixed for the registration of those persons in entitled to vote at the forenoiug election whose names have not been recorded on the Registration books of this vear. A Corv Attest: Joux F. White, Clerk, By Titos. Thuhpk, D. C. In pursuance to the above order I will cause to be opened a poll at the above mentioned precincts on December 10th. 1S9S, to take the sense of the legal voters. H II. Colyek, Sheriff Madison County. J Kava-naiiRh, -- -- GO TO THE English Kitchen, W. Short St , Lexington, Ky. ,v7. HASTENS, Proprietor- J. Regular meals 23 cents. Lodging 25 cents. Most conenient and centrally located hotel in the city. Fine equipped bar in connection. 12 Notice to Creditors! W L. Leeds are notified to file same, properly verified, with my attorney. J. C Chenault. on or before the 2d day of January, 1S0S, othenvise Persons having claims against the estate ot same will be barred by law. nov23-lO. W. EVANS. JR. w Notice" to Creditors! All persons having claims against the estate of the late Dr. John,M. Foster, wilt present same properly verified to my attorneys, J. C. & D. M. Chenault. MRS. LIZZIE W. FOSTER. nov23-4Administratrix. w Picture Framing! "We Estray Hogs, A red sow with three rings in her nose, weight about L'iO pounds, together with a shoat came to my place on the Barnes Mill pike, near Pond Meetinghouse, about three weeks ago and has since been cared for by me. Owner can have same by calling and paying charges. nov23-4JAS. L. WHICKER. w Double Wedding. i Courier-Journa- l. Almost a Necessity. nt s Camp-bellsvil- le DR well-mad- ti The Union City Christian church was the scene of a double wedding last Thursday which will long be reverted to as the most notable society ovent in that community. . The principals were Missliednua llnckettand Mr. Joseph Oldham, Miss Bessie Brooks and George Noland. The church was handsomely decorated, the windows shaded aud the interior lighted brilliantly. The ushers were Drs. Scudder and Bosley who preceded the groomsmen, Rodger McKinney and .Nathan Nolrfud. The brides maids, Misses Nora Lanter and Katie Green walked gracefully down tho aisle followed by tho happy couples to the march played' by Miss Sallie Powell. The ceremony was conducted by Elder Gamboo, after which the young people repaired to the home of Mrs. Anna Oldham where a reception was held. The wedding was attended by nearly a thousand people attesting the popularity of all tho parties. Married In Jeffersonville. Brutus J. Clay " D. Bates Shackelford D. II Chenault T. J. Smith, Jr AV. Ncale Bennett ItECKPTIOX C. D. Chenault Robert C. Stockton David R. Tevis John F. Miller Geo. W. .Eians, COMMITTEE. Jr Major and Mrs. C. F. Burnam Major'and Mrs. J. D. Harris Gov. and Mrs. J. B. McCreaiy Judge and Mrs. T J. Scott Judge and Mrs. J. D. Goodloe Prof, and Mrs. B. M. Pari? are now receiving" all the new things in Picture Moulding1 and other picture framing materials for the Holiday Trade which ye will make up and offer at our usual low price. ict Educate ' fofia . r. Situation. Ss o v63pin,B03lD83S, PH0N0SRAPHY. Typ - elcgraphy INVITATION COMMITTEE. John Bennett John C. Chenault Joe W. Bales D.W.Tribble Grant E. Lilly 8. P. Deatherage Clande Smith W. S. Hume Bijur White J. M. Poyntz V. H. Hobton C. L. 8earcy Frames complete, glass, backing and wire, 8x10, 25c. Portrait Frames, 16x20, $1.00 Atom GENERAL a. E. Woods " D. P Armcr J. R. Gibson J, C. Morgan S. H. Thorpe ltoy C. White For circular cfhi3 farious ani respoastblo and $1.50. COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 0? KY. UHIVERSiTY If you want the pick of the Kefers to 31ci3nl at WorM'sEipotlUoa. Awarded or in portions. newest and best for the Cost of Full lUifclnrna jrradnMc iacIndjngTui-lloCourse. Books ana ja fid.r. about $W. least amount of monej Elorihasd.Ty tad Toisgraphy, Specialties. wrlty Diploma, under seal aon't neglect tuis oppor CBThs Krutncfcy UnlJtcrarr Course free. If desired' awarded prannate ) ?io vacation. Ealernow. Graduates successful! tunity, but call earl'. to hate your Uitrrt rwJi u, oddreu omlv i GEIHiTtAI. WIL3UE B. SJSIITH. Leslngtoa.Ky! thonra-itUoa.-- LEX3NCTCH, KY., Y.R.SMTH, Tin Eleciropoise CURES DISEASE. The Electropoise gave me complete relief from excruciating pain in three applications. I also flntl it go?d for treating children for their numerous ailments- .- C T.SnowdenfwithlBridge-for& Co., .Louisville, Ky. d n. lleware of Oiulments for Catarrh Contain Merenrjr, That mo m. CREAM BAKING POWDER CF.Brower&Co ptl-ly; Miss Hullie Tudor, dnughter of S. L. Tudor, proprietor of the Shephord Hotel Irvine, and nieco of Mayor Claude Smith, this city and Mr. Samuel Vaughn, of Hard wicks Creelr, "were married in Joffersonvillc last Wednes day. Tho weddpig was a surprise to Irvine society ns well as tho young lady's, darents, thep not .having tlie least intimation that when- - eho left tie. home Tuesday Iast,'o6teaby,.,to jvisit' Hall's Fanaily.Pillg are thabest, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derango the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable "physicians, as tho damage thoy will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by l'. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, antljfrtaken internally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the goiiuine. It is taken internally, and madain Toledo Ohio, by If. J. Cheney & Co. TestU monlals.freo. Soldby druggists, price ?3c. per'bot mm, had tuatly llul nOTl6-4-w .Vote. Ktituety 'mvTtfr rtmrm ?".W. and MtxdeuU ta uticmiaitcc lust year. 203 W. SAIX STREET. N. B We are not neglecting our "Wall Paper, Window Shade, Paint and Glass business, the same low prices are made to each and every one alike. FAT HOGS! JVe have twenty nov23-- fat hogs for sale, weighing S00 to 300 pounds. tt G.J. WHITE A SON. than from all other remedies combined. 1 think it is the grandest invention of the age. It can not bo praised too highlyr Mrs. M. E. Gorman, Sadieville, Ky. use of Electropoise I have derived more benefit from the ' ImjJ f SOLICITOUS WANTED EVKBY John H. Davis. Esq., ot Barbours-vilIo,Ky- .; WHERE for "The Story or the Philippines" Electropoise is the by Murat HaUtead, commissioned by the Govbestallronnd doctor know el.- - My ernment as Official Historian to the War Department. The book was written in army wife snflered from effects, al la. sriDne camps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with tfor several yearsf ajsoa complication of General Merntt. In ths hosoitals at Honolulu gne w' entirely In Hong Kong, in the American trenches att WWWfrJPggg'ff9DglgtMMMl uiuei miuieuia. o, Manila, in me insurgent camps with I will offerfor sale privately ray, Hesse and. well. iHtlissestion botftetredmea great on the deck ot the Olympla with Dewey, corner of Korth aad 7th deal; urn now well Oae.ol the aeigh-bor- s' and in tho roar of battle at the fall of Manila. Lot situated on the R Burnam's iwoperty. is using it for lung troable, aud "Bonanza for agents. "Brimful of original pic Streets, back of tures laicen oy Eovermeat photographers oa The house has sevea rooms, gooA efetera. sta- reports HBprovenient." ithe spot Largo book. Low prices- - Bit: profits. ble aad other necessary outbuUdiswi; the let IFreijfht pid. Credit given. Drop all trashy coatftiaa about. Sto90 leet. The- - M&e wilt be realm able, tor oath.. . uaoAeiaf- - war books. Outfit Sec'y, Star Ibswbjkxi Bldge., oetsenta pateogd; W, . in ii IT For SalrPrivilslf! i. I Agni-jald- iior g.fSber, C -- ss. t K c , t r " l M .igkffjjj ,V S. - Z. t Kt AI U?T . - v , - - - ,x - ..T-- 5 - "V ' TiriMMrM Jw Cc v -- " - ' ST ,. iISSVT '. ? t . .''.- pvr '?' '!. s,1- - - r . t - rirfltegs1i"''Jm-. "ITirjar mC.'y A I J,wp --- fw &- - i ' v- i Pr'mt Showsth rough gr DON'T YOU KNOW It is time for you to discard those old BOOTS and SHOES and buy Remember dry feet are essential to good health; We agree- to keep them dry for you if you will use our preventives. new-ones- ? T?Am nmlin J J llm !) TJ nltr - TYn Dec. 9 10. Madison County Declamatory Contest. The Madison County Declamatory j contest will have to be postponed tell j Tuesday night Dec. 6th, on account of the Farmers meeting at court house on IDcc. 2. Xiet all who expects to enter j please notify me at once, send subjects ' of Declamation. J. D. CIjAKK. I tZis y. 1ST PREVENTIVE. 2D PREVENTIVE. 3D PREVENTIVE. 4TH PREVENTIVE. n Our Railroad calf lined Boot and Our Honest Mike Rub XOW'S ber Lined Boot-ar- e Absolutely THE RUBBER TIME OF YEAR AtfD 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 wearing' tliem. Join the proces- sion. Our Celebrated: BueU. Bootees is pleasant Wo want to sell you a suit. See "what we have anil get prices, then wo leave it with you. Covington & 'III MilMioll. Sam Jones' f Brolhcr-in-La- T-- T FF m S W00TH TYLISH OLID ERVICEABLE. KCBBERS. Try a pair of them. Very few people aro aware of the fact ' that we have among us a brother-Jn- law of the famous preacher, Sam Jones. in the person of Uncle John McDonald, Uncle John's wife and the preacher's ce Mackelwains and Uncle Brother Jones can John, but wo don't believe he is any moie houest. Wade's Mill cor. of Winchester Sun. j i half-sister, s. out-prea- ch THE GREAT FALL.... CAMPAIGN OF THE Busy Bee Cash Store Is Now 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 SX& BSEkt On! 5TH PREVENTIVE. Our .03"s Sealskin School Shoes 6TH PREVENTIVE. Our Men's and Boy's Underwear in Cotton' Ribbed, s in quality and price. Fleeced and "Wool is first-clasj guaranteed not to rip. are water proof and Try a pair and be convinced. i Don't buy a Suit, Overcoat, Pair of Pants, Hat, Shirt or Suit of Under- wear until you see our lino and save fifty cents on the dollar at Stoutrer's -removal sale. ('-- y Last, but not least, our PRICES will" prevent your going home BROKE. ilYE US A LOOK 15EFORE BUYING ELSEWXIERE... They Will Begin Jan. j 1. High Prices & Far The People! RACE HORSES OF THE CELEBRATED KENTUCKY STABLES NEVER DID THE S CHAFF AT THE BIT MORE EAGER TO START IN THE RACE THAN "THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE" DOES THIS ONE. HIGH-CLAS- idougla$, 207 WEST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, KY. Winchester Court. the abovo date Ellis & Higgins will begin the cash system at their grocery on Mam street. They have f been in the business and tried all other methods, and announce their beliet i that it sav's money to all paities. We join them in the hoe Unit the public will see the justite and economy of such a step, and continue to patronize ' this excellent house The credit system is ruinous. i Baptist Ba.aar, Dec. On 1 I j i t : We know we are "Loaded for Bir" and main' a cold chill 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. - ! The Richmond Climax. Wi;i)NrDAY NOV. 20 Proctor Knott Cigar. Bapti-- t Bazaar, Dec "We are showing the greatest variety of Dress Goods seen outside of the large cities this season. All the new things in Crepons, Kpinlins, Figured Jaquanis. Cox ert Cloths, Serges, Fortugus Cord- -, Cheviots, Granite Cloths, Fancy Mixtures, etc., will le found in our Dress Goods Dcpaitmeut. Ele-jrant Raving purchased the entire line of Dress Goods in Fancy Mixtu-tefrom one of the leading New York Houses, we w ill offer them as long thev last for 23c. per yd. They make beautiful Dresses and Skirts. All-Wool - 1S9S. ng- ".Mr Milton Covington is improvi- J. A. Ramsey auct ,reports 1,000 cattle on the maiket. One lot extra feeders good brought 41 cents; 40 head , feeders 4.12; ;!0 head $l;5l) lOSO-J- b 1070-Ib1050-lb- ., 1 ( Farmers Institute at Court House. head $3 72; 35 plain 725-- b. 1'riday, lec. 'J 41 ; steeis, 5? 35; one lot 3 Aderti.ements will bo received c ' fat bulls, $3; light plain steers 3Lt 32. Thomas Gibson sold his 1'jO acre by THK CLIMAX with the guar- No heifers on the market. 2ot asi 5 a'ltee that its circulation exceeds C farm at $70 pel acie to Kirhaid Igo. many cattle es last court, but a better j that of any otherpapor published C S?c our one dollar a suit underwear. class and all best were sold. rin Richmond. The. are warmers. Covington it MitchC - I i j To have our Clothing the best that can be made your money than elsewhere. j jf?y p We have culled the Eastern Markets for the latest novelties in all kinds of Dress Trimmings and Dress Findings, aiu' when you get your Dress from any of the "Great Busy Beo Cash Stores" you can feel assured that uotluui; of a later Design or Pattern will be shown you. 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 in this department. Our line of Fur Collarettes are the talk of the town. Don't fail to see this line. lliat is whv vou net here more aluc lor 3 ell. Mrs. Bronslon Operated Upon. Our Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats -- Dr. Hobson. Denti-- !) 10. John Po.vntz. bi other of I)r J. M. Powitz was elected Judge of Cass Co., Mo $30 j Baptist Hiizaar, Dec tijar. The best smoker, the Proctor Knott Big Mr. Sidney V. Rowland will take for a phaeton that is in pel feet orGob-larsan- d Full blooded Bronze Turkey hens for sale bv .Mrs. Tom See locals of tine bronze tin keys Baldwin. nov23 It for sale bv Mrs. Tom Baldwin. I'oiiau set my grates and they aie Children's Knee Pants at less than n:ht. Have yours set by him. Office at fctoulfer's removal rale." (2) tnt uo9-i- t over Climax Onr prices are always the lowest. Neat boxes tilled with lemuautsof Ui.uk Grass Gkocbky Co. silk for patch woik, 25 cents per box. at We are showing the best 50c mit MissTempie Oldham's millineiy btore. Covington A. ten glove in town. After nearly a quarter of a century Mitchell we move from First sticet. Dollar's Full blooded Bronze Turkey Gob-le- worth for 50c. (2) at Stoufler's. and hens for sale by Mu Tom Look at D. JJ Su u'kklkokiiA. Co's. noL'3 4t Bddwin. ad and see the reason why joti should V.. A. W. Collar- - ai 10c; Quaker have a Radiant home heater. City Shirts at 75.-.-, which is less than Haviiand Uhinawaro at Heather- (2) cost, at ttouffer's removal fnl. thai is bewildering all There never was such alues in by its beauty and cheapness. ott20 it ivcrcoats a- -. we are oirei ing. Come in The Maine Commission Co. will ..urt da,. Covington & Mitchell. sell liixt Wednesday, counlei panes at We move into our new store on reduced price G'.ve them a call. and are giving clothing January (2) Get your fruit and groceries from at Stonfler's. Gii- - if ou want to save money. Special -- ave money and in-li ui wish to price- - forSatimlav and court day. home -rs l.c, Remember the Brptist Jiazaar, der. Physicians operated upon Mrs. Thos. S. Bronston last Saturday for locked bowels and after opening her side sue- portion cecded in removing a of one of the intestines about two inches in length, after which the bowel . together. The operation ls of such a eharartcr, and considering Mr.--. Bronston'b advanced age, as to cause giave apprehensions about tier recovery. However, the many friends' of tiiis excellent lady join her family in wishing a speedy and permanent re- coverv. d wa-stitc- Q flRNKRAT. i MILES. ReadytoWea i i 2 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 lilted this department with one Endless Chain of Bargains. Boy's Cassimere Knee Pants, 15c a pair; Men's Cassimere Punts, nicely made, French waist, for 9Sc; Men's Cassimere Suits, well made, for S2.4S, worth $5.00. Our line of Men's and Boy's Fine Suits, and Men's and Boy's Overcoats tire the largest and best shown in the city. One Entire Room given to this department. We are selling White and Grey Blankets, beautiful borders, large enough lor any bed,3'Jc. a pair; Our Blankets aie piled Mountain High on our ledges Blankets from us at and you can buy beautiful the price of cotton :tufl' elsewhere. Red Comfoits at 4.)e. each. 10-- 4 all-wo- ol Take any of our SLITS and O VEK( 'OATS at $12..")0 JUJ(1 th ey iave fcbe set ;md style of Merchant Tai- lorS WOflv. J i Our SUITS awQ. O VJMi COATS nb S8.00 received the same c;ire and thouorht in tailoring as the higher grades. Even thread of warp and woof is of pure wool. V. r Our Notion Department and our Gent's and Ladies F'urnishinir Goods Department was nevermore complete. departAVe have strained every nerve to make the-- e ments the most attractive in our great store. Your every want has been anticipated, and our Low Ca-- h Prices named on these article- - make these department-ver- y interesting to customers. When you visit any of our great stores, don't fail a walk throu:h oiir Carpet, Curtain and Upholstery Departments. .Many beautiful and attractive things will be seen here. AVe are naming prices on Carpets and Lace Curtains so low and the patterns are so pretty that you will want to carpet your back yapJ and hang lace curtains in your kitchens. to take We have just recieved and put on sale a Manufacturers sample line of Men's and Boy's Caps. Our windows are full of thein and onr price is just the value on each Cap. Don't fail to see them. Our Nobby Hats for Men, Boy's and Children are verv pretty. one-ha- lf Seme Flies on Mr. Boggs. A strange parasite is damaging the wheat of farmer J. H. Bogss near Xicholasvide, that he is at a loss to ac count for. The fly is a dark one and attacks the wheat at the loots. Samples of the injured growing crop were sent to this ollice. and the Experiment Station at Lexineton will pass on the; strange ily. Mr Boggs sowed the crop between September 19 and October 14 all,i ie is suu. of the crop ill be a loss Mr. Boj.'gs would like! for some of the older farmers to en lighten him on this new pest Nicho-- l lasville Democrat. one-fourt- h N Brown Cotton at 4c; We are selling good yard-wid- e no dressing, at 4ic; Good Bleach Cotton, yaul-wid- e, Green Ticket Londsdale, Fruit of the Loom and Bleach Cotton at tic a yd. Get our prices on Alpine Ilo'o Cotton and wide Sheetings. We sell 10-- 4 Sheeting at 12ic. There is no other stand that can clothes you as stylishly and as serviceably as we can and at so little price. Same old stand, but much larger. Best Apron Gingham 4c a yd; Canton Flannel, good quality, 5e a yd; Best Canton Flannel from Gc to Sic, usually sold at 10 and 12ic. We are selling all Fancy Calicoes, Best Brand.-- and Indigo Blues at 3c a yd. Remcuauts almost given away. m ! I ! jos ob-erv- er. j Oviwrton 215 i i Mitchell1 i We have one side of our entire store-roodevoted to our BOOT and SHOE DEPARTMENT. We carry many celebrated lines of Alen'b, Ladies' and Children's Slioe-Ou- r prices named on this line is a marvel for cheapness. You can shoe up your entire lamiry here for the cost of a few pair elsewhere. We cany no shoddy stuff, our shtx's You can't and boots are ail good honest goods, bought below the cost to manufacture. afford to miss our Shoe Department. j 'J 3 -t, na Mt. Sterling Furnished Them All. WHITE FRONT. i Of jeweletb Richmond has several ee00esetce-B3Qe3eeeasaectt9a- t and others have preceded them, but ...., r...... w. . j..,,, ...i tin he.it, get a Radiant - T' s e After Jan 1. Eider Lloyd will reiipjitcr from I) D. SiiACKKLFOitD & to. . .V wAM vicinity. The oldest and best known side at the patsonajze, now occupied by jeweler in this section, 'Squire D. V. .V Ynii can get Bale Hay, Co'n and W. Ziring, on Lancaster avenue. . Armer, camefiom Ait. bterlnig to Rich- (uis. as well a, Pine Knot Coal, from J. Neat boxes tilled with remnant- - of mend about 1SG5; Mr. Yeager came JJJ" RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN. t oleman Nell', telephone 21, R. N. I & A t v no 1G tf silk for patch work, 25 cents per box. at frnm flifrr nhmit. IS'.i:!: Air L:im bns B. depot JLf J f . 68 ..... .. MitsTempie Oldham's millinery store. just. ariiYcu irom mat: ....... rap pwice. H yon hate money to burn go on 'Sira Arbuckles Ruir and Eddie Palmer, both of whom ;;;.: 17 pounds sugar, $1; using our obi out ot date heater, if v. SPt not get a Radiant home beater from D. coltec, 10c lb.; best Hour, 55c; best lately died, cune from Ouingswllc, 15 B. Sua' Kni.Koitii & Co. .. green cotfec, 121c ltj.; 11 bars Wheel miles ft om Mt. Stetling, though Mr. Palmer was a native ol England. As a Clothing, Hats, soap, 25c. at Gils Margolen's. $15,000 worth of school for jewelers Mt. Steiling has no t Underwear, etc., to be closed out b Slothers, we have just received equal. January 1st, at Sumner's, on First another shipment of the bos' lealhei ('-Street. All forms of scrofula, sores, boils, $0 2o buys $10 00 worth of clothing, Sale ol The Luihcr Dykes Land stocking. Best valucb on earth for the Fatal Fight Between Two Saddle Stallions. Bheu- 'iiLs Burns, Brni-hats and underwear, at StouSIer's re- pimples and eruptions, are quickly and Brilliant, the line combined stallion fail to j:ive us a call at our pi ice, 25c to all. Covington it J. I). Dykes, executor of his father. permanently cured by Hood's matism an I botes. (2) Price, 25 cents. owned by W. F. Owsley A. Son, of new stand on Main street, oppo-it- e Dykes, sold publicly Tuesday moval sale Luther It James R lvanatzer, while blitherThomas, successors to W. Sold by Perry killed by Bed Squirrel, Hurksville, Court House. the lands of said decedent near Bonnes ing ieek, killed a hog that was to- another tine was The total assessed valuation of pro- - G. White. Tcttcr, antlLczcma. & White. novl0-4t- . stallion owned by theOws-les- , being bom, in Clark county, tho salo Berlin contain S,o0O shops. tally blind, its eves being covered b The iutenso itching and smarting inci- - perty in California is $1, ISO SS('.l7. at their farm near that place last adveitised in Cum.. The home place 'lentto iheso diseases is instantly allaved ! h Quasimoda cigars, 10 cents. Mil- tw j inches of flesh. It also had a The Cominq of Baby. Monday morning. Tho stallions got of 7o acies was. bought by Killer Dj kes oy applying Chamberlain's Eye and The sooner a cough or cold is ruied ler's Haana Second, 5 cents. Fred A. tail, four indies of which was hid "When a baby comes to the house real line Cigars. Richtogether in a stable lot just after they tract near Skin Ointment. Many very bad lases without harm to the sufferer the better. Miller, Manufacturer at $20 per acre. The Lisle The wonderfully winning-premiefrom view by the flesh. Who can i fashions cured It Lingering colds are dangerous. I lack- - happiness conies. The care and anmond, Ky. had been fed in the morning, and a by was bought by Dick Dykes atS21.:0 nave been permanentlylthlTlfT by it. 0lr1 !tl.r .ti.vl. It ilict.occitln ,ll-ll,rtlf" AVfc of the season. beat that for a fat hog? li9 ,iAA.n. Trtl" v.A.JU3 TltllM- AUU Hl lUU! JO Kiabi CCftll. une jnniue xiety count for nothing against the f'xi.a few hours after the handler went into i per acre. Cows biought $17 to ;?27.o0; a VltlJ remedy lor sore nippies ; uougn & Co. have the D B ure quickly cures it. Why clinging touch of the little hands and i.woruc eat boxes tilled with remnants of the lot and found Brilliant dead, with largest and most varied stock of heatone 3 calling heifer, $15; ono calf, $7; chopped hands, chilblains, frost bite1? sutler when such a cough cure is with the sound of the little voice. The highing stoves ever brought to this market silk for pjtch work, 25 cents por box, at his throat terribly mangled, lie had hogs about .'! cents per pound ; horses, ann chronic core eyes. 2octs. per box. in reach? It i pleasant to the taste. est function given to human beings is Men's Winter Weight Sack Suits and Irish bringing healthy, happy children into before. Call and see them. Douglas & Wells. Miss Tempie Oldham's millinery store. been choked to death by Red Squirrel. $10 to $.!"; com in the crib, $1 .50 per YW I)r. Caily's Conditio:! Ponders, are the world. Over thirty years ago tho Freiss Ulsters. goods ami farming just what a horse needs when in bad will make jou a Sl.'i.OO Suit to Brilliant was one of the finest stallions Wc barrel. Household Hops are raised iju 13 states. needs of women appealed to Dr. Remember the Rig Baptist B.i.a.ir in Southern ventneky. He was foaled Fierce, now chief consulting physimeasure and guarantee a fit for $0.75 Dec utensils sold low. Large attendance condition. Tonic, blood purifier and There is a Difference O (2) vermifuge. cian to the Invaild's Hotel and u'nri-cThey aro not food but at Versailles in 18S1. tmd his owners despite bad weather. at StotiirerV removal sale- Big Sale of Corn. medicine and the best in use to put a .1 real difference, a vast difference be Institute, of RuHalo, X. Y. The repaid $1,000 for him. He had taken How Railroads Enhance The Value ol Mr. Walker's dog "Top" from LanMen's Snperb Fancy Cassimere Suits, Honey and sult of his study improve. bv thirty horse in prime condition. Price 25 tween Dr. Bell's Pine-Tsold the past premiums all ocr Kentucky and was Ben A. Ogden and Son ;ents per package. any other cough, cold or lung remedy. years of practice" is embodied in Dr. Some Hogs. caster, won fust prize at tho meeting week to S. D. Golf 1100 barrels of corn Men's Exclusive Model Ulsters, a tine biceder Favorite Prescription. It Resides cutting the tihlet'in and curing- Pierce's Associaof the National Fox Hunter's sale of Poland China hogs of Germany has eight wo- - the cough or cold at once, it soothes strengthens, purities and makes healthy A public The army at $1.40 in the field. Winchester lcmo-crplast week. tion at Bowline Green The Recent Purchasers of The R. N. I. & took place last week at Lebanon, but men colonels. the irritation heals tliebronchials. and the organs distinctly feminine. It ., AdverB. File Bond And Stop exhilarates the lungs. 25c at all good gives weak women the strength and prices were so low as to discourage tetson- - $5.00 Hats at if3 50. JflS.OO Farm Sold. druguiats. Children Catch Cold It ' health necessary for the production of tho-Men's Suits of Rich Native and Foreign Goods, tised For December 3d. who owned the line swine. Suits at $10.00. Everything same way healthy children and it makes the Mrs. Chas. B. Mt Cord, of WinchesCommenting onthe decadence ot inter- more easily than grown folks, ami their tombstones gain favor, Men's Superb Fashion and Finish Ulsters and says the recent The l ing of tlic-- e children easy. It is sure to keep from moving thein, at Stopconstitutions will not permit of quinine ter, has sold her farm of 1!2 acres in purchasers of the It X X. & R. railpigs, the inimitable (2) tocureanv weakness or derangement est in pure-biefer's. Covert Overcoat. treatment. Dr. Bell's Constipation prevents tho body from peculiar to women; stops pain, soothe, Boyle county to George J Anderson of road (Fawke, McGaim, Chennultaud evolves this or other radical is not only absolutely Lebanon Enterprise -- The will of the late Lee Jake ridding itself of waste matter. De inflammation, strengthens, purities, -county at $50 per acre. theory as to how a raihoad raises the harmless, but is pleasant to the taste. others) have filed a supersedeas bond of 4: Little Early Risers will remove vigorates. It White, appealed from Bowell Circuit that wo may add, other, and is a certain cure for all coughs and tne trouoie anci cure cjck iieauacr.e. price of hogs, and $ 50,000 in connection with their appeal Win i (loin'; to Kill Your Court, has been sustained by the Court London is to hae a trolly load. ;oUIs- U Bilinitsness, Inactive Liver and clear (stock as well: Men's Suits and Covert Overcoats and of Annpals. It leaves everything to Hog killing times will soon be heic of the action of Judge Barr in ordering the Complexion. Small, sngar coated, d When jou ask for De Witt's Witch "By judicious crossing much im- Nearly 400 persons mo of the road. The filing of the a Ulsters, John G. Cole, of Clay City- don't gripe or cause nansea. Douglas & Hazel Salve don't accept a counterfeit and 1 want to kill your meat, make appearance ;lt the monntain passes of Alaska. provement in the personal to the con bond will defer the Wells. or imitation. There are more cases of Rice it Alhnan will kill your hogs your sausage, render our lard and de clusion of the litigation, if it eer takes and moral character of our hogs may Piles being cured by this, than all Japan has one sugar refinery. The Best Plaster. your lard, grind your sausage, liver same at jour door. Trice reason- place. render be wrought. If you hae a razor-bacothers combined. Douglas it Wells. able. butchers aid deliversame. First-claApiece of flannel dampened with with any thing else, Consumption is Prevented. and can't cross-heYoung Men's $5.00, MEN'S The case goes to the Federal Court , Hauvky Douglas. Eordeaux is to have electric cabs. them a Satisfaction guaranteed-gi- ve ikuiu aim uuuim by cross her with the L.&N. rail-- ,, Jnamoeriam s whv. ... of Appeals, and the present employes $4.00, $5.00, $0.00, $7.50, $6.00, $7.00, $9.00, $10.00, iinrinp 1..! i:iins: earlv attention to a cold. , . , ... nov2-4- t oil in lie anecicii imi- n a Prico? reasonable. call. Ready for Business. roau wc never Knew a iiugwicnnr,!, From New Zealand. of the road are assured a life tenure of d with a' whether slight or severe. A cold quick-- ) plaster. When ti $12.00. $9.00, $10.00, $12.00.-- that did not at once become a royally paill jn tHe c)est or side, or lame back 'y disappears when Dr. Boll's Pine-TJudge J. M. Benton as attorney for olllce. When the ownership ol the It. See us at our new stand, Anuer'h eeftov, New Zealand, 2sov. 2:5, "!K. bred brood sow of incalculable value. iVe ;t a trial. You aro certain to b4 ftcmey is taken. This remedy makes old stand, with a large and complete the I2ast Tennesse Telephone Co , has N. I & R. is finally determined CharCHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS SUITS ,,,,.,. il,., ,... rvlm-,- 1 ptrc.lweak lungs strong. 25c at all drug--; 1 am verv pleased to state that sinm criniilllt: death at the hands Ofa .. , .. ...... ....,.. - , 'Ill (IS. U , hill... : .. 1.ikoi1.t icirh tin. . :.. !.... gists. tk nil.! , rvlrkMll tnet o pnu.n v. v... iMllrt line of saddles, harness, etc., cheap as j paid in the city Treasury SoO for per- - ley Browning will be wearing whiskers irJ.. It il took the agency of Chamberlaiir.s $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00. net wuicii it auonis. 1.:U T..1... isuisu rain jjiiiui vuilHuuuuu wu-imedicines the sale has been very largp, the cheapest mission to transact business here the of snowv hue. tire stock interest of the county: and a certaiu CUre for rheiimatisin. For London has 15,000 iiolicemen. more especially of the Conch Kerned; . for whom the $50 damages asked of the we uv ierry & Thomas, Druggist lm & White. nowl(5-4exMcCuntock ensuing year and will establish an , In two years I have sold more of this A Successful Guessing Contest. company was merely a trilling nione-- f change soon. Winchester Democrat. Paralyzed. Almost particular remedy than of all 'other Manila has one brewer'. Mrs Jennie Walker, of Kansas City, tarv compensation, and no balm for MEN'S PANTS, Messrs. Wagers t Rice, ttie hustling years. lacerated feelings. Cross your hogs, ?r tlieprevloiw fiveinfornic.1 As "After the grip I could not cat nuy-- 1 na.kesethcacy, 1 No Kick Coming to These. dropped dead w hile testifying in a rehave beeu n., if iiiv-- ,.r. ,. ia to its (. ly merchants at Rice Station, in order to n.To bo Happy .oi-$1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00. gentlemen!" . ii u Vlll.lii UI "Vi.rtJ. v which she said she i. ligious meeting, in Stan- increase their already immense trade, 11 me goon The editor of the ore? OI pei-oto an im- almost paralvzed. Iconcluded to take they have received oifrom it, andiuiis or cheerful or useful is next know was readv to go any minute if the Lord dard, a negro p'aper, vcey truthfully oUered usa.premitim, some weeks ago, MEN'S HATS, Hood's :arsaparilla ami it cureil me possibility when one is sulfering from 1 n it, tii- - ii uii in fiiii wi rnTi irnr iiiuii its value from the Use of it in my own so willed. says to his colored readers: "If jou a fine range with its equipments. Every a diseoin'orliug cold or a nasty little $2.00.", , so pleaKint to tke . $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, over before. 3Iv father was "troubled onehold It is place 'cough. If you are "down in the we liave to the bottle y Give Coleman Neil" your next order are not prepared for the cold weather, dollar's worth of goods purchased at with rheumatism, but has been cured mouth" from the effects of a cous:h or a MEN'S SHOES, U. Fix- - yoml the reach of Hie cluMren. Hay, Command Oats, and put the blame where it properly be- their store, entitled the purchaser to a for Bale Hood's Sarsaparilla." J. Restore hill, repailar action cold, ou will find our delight in the J. Soaxtlkbvky. Old Fort, 'Tenn. ot Ui boxvels, do cot Irridon't forget he is selling the best coal longs on your taking in all the ex- guess at the contests ot a glass jar, 'use of a 25c bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine-- t $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50. For sale by Perry & Thomas, Drug- tate or inflame, but leave Knot. cursions last summer." Tar Honey. Druggists sell it. It which was filled with marbles, beans, on the market, the famous Pine gists nOV21U7 HnnH' Pii! euro nniiopn. all the delicate dlgestlm or- MEN'S OVERCOATS, . . ITiiiicm lu perfect tumlltlcn. Try tliem. 55 cents. shot, corn, coffee and several other ar Telephone 21, R. K. I & B. depot. Equal Rights' Convention. Japan has 73 cotton-millGlass church bells are announce Prepared only by C I. Hood i. Co.. Lowell, Mass. j Italy has 11 electric railways. itovlO-t- f guessing came to a close 5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $8.00, $9.00, $12.00. Mrs. James Bennett, President of the ticles. The No (iriptng or Pains. were drowned ITeSan Thirteen Chinamen Au Important J. B. Walker bought G.000 and not Madisoa County Equal Bighjs Associa- on November 10, when six men were MEN'S UNDERWEAR, Anowairiiili, III, Jan. til, 1SD7. in the forward cabin of a wrecked 20,000 bushels of wheat at 45 to 57$ tion, has issued a call for a county con appointed by the crowd preseuttodo To make it apparent to thousands, raaF fj"?0 brightlj and the birdmay ,: uu . steamer at Sausalto, California Dear Sir: I have been bothered for vho think themselves BI, that they are : 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25.. " cents. Anyhow, that's a mighty low vention to be held at the court houset the counting, the store being turned years with constipation audi have- not atllectetl witli auy disease but that stomach is not right there is no hapju- considering that Congressmen in this city, tomorrow at 9 a. in., "to over to them by Messrs. Wiigers & Rice. price NUtJIHK ItACUresiiyBpep-"T-t-o ri.iritiniis dtirim. that the system simply needs cleansing, is Ioryo"- BOYS' UNDERWEAR, 50c. eeS a. D.ll,e, sia, Constipation and Indi-- ti,e. I commenced using l)r Cald- Davison said 'these are the most pros- devise ways and means to secure to After counting the committee reported byrup Pepsin in the h.mse bring comfort home to their hearts. CahlwelLsaccordingly sto direction- - ami the jar contained 7,937 pieces. m i;v in,littni, ;a tw.cilv-- n,,m.i i.v I and use it perous times in history." Nit. cestion. Peculates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. well's Syrup Pepsin in the fall of IS05 , women an equal protection of the laws that O the sun and birds will not shine and it is the best t .,! of z. Jas. Winn and S. J. Rogers came near-- ; Thomas, euccessora to W. and unnesiiaungiy - Fi... zz with men in the right to vote at all Baptist Bazaar, Dec 9 10. 1IU Iilli remedy I have eer foiuid for my trou-- ! tne California FigSyrnp Co. ouly, and sin?. '" ....;., f.in.i:..ni;. o. wane. Villi. wV'IICIKllllJll ...! :...ir guess being gestion cured. Trial size 10c (10 iWes public elections in every Stale of the est to the number, their bre' N. lin or pains after taking. boki by aU druegtsts. 7H.KJ, wlieretipon the; were given posRemember the Big Baptist jja.iar!, and in COc and SI bottles. Of B. Yours etc. Wir. IIUKT. Union" The public is cordially inviI Dec. nov2-lMlddeltou. ov21ut Of B. li. Jliddelfon. session al the stove. There were 5,000 llgypt has nine sugar factories- quoted by Thurman Grocery ted. Markets messes, each guess' representing a cash Cheapside- - as' Removal. Tennesseo has lo7 varieties, of wxxl. h'autiago has 15 drugstores, To Care Catarrh Co corner Alain and Warning dollar's worth o! goods sold during that IJ- - not depend upon snuffs, inhalants Wo havo moved our saddle and harTo fnre a CeW in Oae Day A v.Mv, 6g,7c 1 hereby warn .all citizens against time. About No--1 Green Hides of tho guesses . uf Croup. gr oUier npcailons. 'catarrh is Take Laxative Bromo ness store o the room recently occupied j .7Jfe8ic impostors traveling over the countrj were taken that the people were entiNo 1 Green Salt Hides iioarseucss in a ciiiiii inai issuuiec(.a cousiiiuuaiini disease, ami can oe AU druggists refund money by D. P. Auner, and invite all custo-- j 8l2c No. 1 Dry Hides. to tocroui'l3"asuteiiidic.itioti of thaap successfully treated only by means ofa care. l&e. The ireiiuine hssl-if it ft!.s nn $1.00&S2.25 representing themselves as my E0113, or tled to, as many purchasers did not Each Horse Hides ? KiO i mers to gie us a call. remedv lifc? Hood's ' nroach of the disease. If Chambor- -j constitutional 25aC5c agentd and swindling the people 1 enter the contest. The Climax was "Wool on Sheep Skins ivoiD (Uii , novlC-4t- . Mi Cmntook &, White. laiu's Cough 1'enledy Is, glvenitooat"arraparilla, whlqh thoroughly pun each tablet 2040c have a son. Dr. ltudolph Gollse!n,ivlio told that there was nearly as much Lamb Skins- lle !liel)loodaiidremQvestliosfofiiIw. . t as tho child beconiex Jioarst;. or C5?7ic visits one day in each month one interest ami excitement inanifes'ed as Japan new makes electric IwucIiiiKM.. Copper per pound- A negro woman is the postmaster aftetMhe.crouiy cougli hiw apjieared taints which esase catarrh. The great Jirass per imjuiiu JEdisou Island, Si (J. will .prevent the 'attack.- - Jfatiy niunbr ot teWinwoials. ftwn those who A tMMtth Is not like a fever li 2rJ town, stops ac the promincut Hotels in if it had been a hot electiotn Messrs ,...... it VAnr. and Lead tier pound cureu or estjurn By iiooii'-- ; Bt biv to rnu curtain eoHiw. t .2c th State. He represents the house, is j Wagers & Rice, by their polite and) . . urea motriers'w ho iiaycjnnpy cunircn nij have Jteen i,mn Shoe and Bool s ner round r.MRArt nrf keejK.iliij- reiuwly enJianU aHitlb.iriariiM wa iawrt wie HmKiiMtledj Tit qsiekly and eJfeetoafty with ('. 20,30c skillful and honorable fn bis dealings, courteous treatment, fair dealing and ISm2JACo,'c'N'c,!ra',aan,,TwtIlchc Root Dry Yellow V .. I5c the rest are counterfeits or impostors. j ti five minute., iK)nrMoflcJi 4"IlllH Wraspjc fates iiii'MruiucJi iniuii.iiwnfjrm inminmrennwiniHiwrinH jni Htrt Cwri Care, tbe best dozen.-- -. ... Matter. Tfee CMhkr, Tk FuniskfJiK Stet,Tte Eggs per business methods, enjoy lhe cHti Iwiys,!KrilMwit M . dj.U.HHJM-U'?rrh xije for aU agKtWNl fC the WH ....... 15u and Summit .fcpUUiiK. l'isc,.2S Cealtavii-WryJPutter per pound Hiay5,l7 y ncwii"Hl it 'AGOLDSTKIN, jaiCvoiiti--t ncss ( almoirt any house in Eastern tt l , VU I' 9'c Country Bacon per jlouHd v v LWlatte LeulbviUe, Ky,-- Kouiucky. IMCU. by Brry & ' ' " . Optician, j - TA1 ri. " t j Will quote pnees On f ure next week. r, oscn90eooeoeoasAeeeoverM ooeiioevve. .........................a............. Everybody Knows & 5R -- Again extending to jon an invitation to visit us this fall and take a look through our Store, where bright faced polite salesmen and salesladies will greet you and make your visit a pleasure. We are. Very Respt., xJ OLDHAM COMPANY. ..,, p. ...... ... (fl - . firtiS?air JSX fr "- - f j " I I - ; TfSfC" i ieSI 11 fci TJ JJ W- v-1 49k I OIljLlr- - l! Mii-hel- la-- t McCi-isToi- OUR Planters e, ! Salt-Hhcu- m six-inc- FLYERS! r lit-u- i sept-21-3- m l T - I I Sh.u-kelkoim- $ $ fifi al $7 50 ar 1 - t. Re-sa- le Courier-Journa- S1QJ e bear-Gla- ss d l'ine-Tar-Hon- ey t's Ho-;-- ? re-sal- e $12 00 Suits , snow-boun- re-sa- le ss nov2-2m- SUITS ' r - , ar -- t " fi-- 1 e -- 1 t. -- "' I - c '- ns Hood's Soldbv-rerry-0. i be-b- m-m- .. ' ' J s. '.l ( Dilft-rence- v i j i - .. i -- ,1 1 -- MARKETS. .- lot-low- s. Everything in our store is fresh and new, no old goods and everything at the lowest price that cash can buy them for. tjV! . j e.-m- Mn.mfai-tnrPill.- . . ! m I. one-ha- lf Qninine-nYbMs- . - -- ... H. .... .. J. STRENG, -- .- iff - txst-busl-- "-"'- '-' -- 1 t c., tlr,Pry&Xho.t?Cp.rf"VV--v 6C "b- ft -- , -- - , a r -- 4 Ji" s& 2 4 .v : I & ,i'sXii.... jy 1 1 l C--i, y t J rl """ 7.f ,. Vt-- T ch. Wrr. tir &z.r V o i v".rf . .A ;vf v. ,-- -- .j, .. rfl i . ' ...., - - ' . ," - , . --- -.., - " -. 1 .. . " ' t " .. I y w Tft .'""-- . " -. " . S?' HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, V. VaM Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. rARKEKSBDKG, Mpi$ Richmond Produce Market. Reported every Tuesday at noon by E. Deatherage & Co., Staple and Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky j EGGS 15c cash; Ifijc in trade. BUTTER Choice country, 1015c. I Tested and Tried For 25 Years Would you feel perfectly safe to put all your money in a new bank? One you have just heard of? X X X X X X W. Va., January 20, 1995. The Wright Mnn. Co., Columbus, Ohio. BEESWAX 20 25c. WOOL Clear greae wool, 3C15c; burry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c CHEESE-Count- Wright's Celery ber, 1S94, anil find them to be as recommended. I first bei:aii taking them while at Hot Springs Atk, under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatura. Liver and been using Gentlemen: I havesince NovemCapsules ry, SEED-S1.SEKD--$4.505.0- 10c. 351 TIMOTHY THE EXCELLENCE OF SYBUP OF FIGS oft. 50 CLOVER BLUE GRASS SEED Stripped, is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also-tthe care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fig Syrup 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 Fis Strut Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding- the worthless imitations manufactured by other pai ties. The high standing- of the California. Fig SrKUF Co. witli 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. - Stomach trouble Constipation which I had been a long 6utrerer. I fouud the Celery Capsules gave me great .relief iroin 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. Charles T. Caldwell. Sold bv T. S Hagan, DrnjgisU Trice BVents and $1.00 per box. Callatdrug-B'or- e 6- and set frw samnle. All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nervo Plasters. o 65c; extra clean, 0075c; fancy pure seed. $1$1.35. IRISH POTATOES 4050c; BACON 10c. HAMS-10121c But how about an old bank? One that has done business for over a quarter that has of a canturv ? . Onepromises? always kept its Ono that never failed ; never misled --you in any way? misVt a Vnii1 n.,lJ X UU VUU1U LI UOb DUu a, ucuj.A.f couldn't you? t- X X X X X X X X X J The Detroit Journal says tlrnt iorty-tw- o families out of every hundred in Detroit own their own homes, and it adds: 'Of the twenty-eigh- t cities pos- COMPLETE TM BC3m .tfl.3 sessing over 100,000 population, BLISS a? FiiK'zm. Eochester Btands at the head, with forty-fovn.i &L families in every hundred owning Mlkcs their homes. Detroit and Milwaukee ; come nest, each with St. Strong. Paul and Buffalo uext,with forty fami- The Great V.5E?-lies to the hundred who pay taxes inJSEJIVEej-Dstead of rent, and Cleveland follows U nowHiililn ray rrarii of epry American. 33 dajs treatment is ciaranteed to cure one point behind." tho most complicated enso REGENERO. I IJnnnHTIl - ur :M0tmmn)rp : 4a lfwJ- - forty-two- jy PLEASE TRY FRENCH Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, SaltHbeurn Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, aud positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Perry & Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W.' G. White. decl5 ly X m w X X X LARD-7- 8c. ORCHARD RED TOP 50c. SEED RYE 00c. QUAINT GRASS-fl.25S1- .35. AND CURIOUS ALL WOMEM 5taii Jno r that the Eemedy, O.j .113' SAX FRANCISCO, CaL LOUISVILLE. Kj. NEW TflltK. S. T-Jan5-l- y 1st ho best for Female Troubles. Corrects all IrrecularltleslnKemaleOrcans. Should be n- t fnniinre of Life and beforestood the I nT-- "0 A Tite" have Chlld-Blrt- TO OUR SUBSCRIBERSIMPORTANT. The Qnake r Valley Mfg. Cc. of Chicago have haAe requested us to announce that theysilver-plate- severd al thousand sets of the finest coin War Memorial Spoons left over from their postpaid, recent distribution. They will mail, of six of these spoors to every sub--I a full senber to the CLIMAX, who will send name address a postal card will do If, on and receipt of the spoons, you find them the most exquisitely beautiful specimens of the you ever saw. and worth $3.00 remit 78 cents, as pajnient in full, within 30 days; if not pleased, return spoons immediately. Each spoon is of a different design coffee sue showing soldiers in camp in Cuba, Morro CaMIe and four U S Battleships. They are imperishable mementoes of the late war, and everj subscriber should accept this most remarkable offer, and obtain a set before it is too late AH that's necessary is to say you're a subscriber to the CLIMAX this is important) and that you except Memorial Spoon Offer. Address QUAKEU VALLEY MFG. CO., 357 West Harrison St,, Chicago. tey t' J Two Md ai- 1 11 9 j XeTeSpenerr Medicine rlu.Ukpr. iniKUP jears Co., Chat- - I j i st Perrv A Thomas, druggists, G White. successors to W decS-lj- r siher-smith's- Wfieeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. k after-dinn- er - . ' AC T 3S aug31-4- m THEY WANT OUR TIMBER. I have rented for 189S the several houses advertised by me last December, but have now four or five other nice cottages, well located A special from Versailles to the Lexand equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at my office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, ington Leader sajs: Pamsh,Attomey-at-Law- . with Stephen D. Mr. J. R. Cochran, of Grand Rapids, FLOHIDA H. PARRISH, jan26-t- f Attorney and Agent Mich., represeniing one of the big fur- Read This -- 131- Blind men outnumber blind women by two to one. A blind bat avoids wires and obstructions as easil' as if it could, &ee per fectly. Taking all the year round, the coldest is five o'clock bour of the twenty-four- , in the inorniDg. A decapitated snail, if kept in a moist place, will in a few days grow a new bead, and it will be just as serviceable as the original one was As late as 1GS2 squirts were used for extinguishing fire in England, and their length did not exceed two or thtee feet with pipes of leather. Water tight seamless hose was first made in Bethnal Green in 1720. A Yarmouth (England) man was smoking a pipe, when a spark dropped into the tuck of his trousers and burned a hole. He made a claim for loss under his lire insurance policy, and the company paid the damage. A farmer in West Hath, Me., believes that it is contrary to nature to put sIioch on horses, and makes all hib horses, from coithood up. travel on their hoofs. The absence of shoes does not seem to inconvenience them in the least. John Hamilton, of Wilmington, Del., has a Plymouth Hock hen which catches and kills rats. The lien waits at a rat hole in a stable, and pounces upon an animal rs it appeals, usually seizing him by the leg. It then shakes him vigorously and picks out his ejes. The colored population have got it into their heads that if thev receive an education they must be preachers, doctors or school teachers. They should be taught differently, and the way best K to do it is through industrial schools, y tonic, some new medicine . where they can be taught that hard fc" you know nothing of. X 1? X and muscular work, as xxell as an eduJJ 50c and $1.00; all druggists. V SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York. X cated mind, go hand in hand ; that edu&cfetftiUVi;ii)rt33';Viriri?V::b3 cation (its a man to make it better laborer and mechanic, than one who g A WOMAN WHO FAVORS LYNCHING 1,000 knows nothing about reading and or arithmetic. MEN PER WEEK. xvrit-in- like such a bank. It has never disappointed you, never will. Jg It; has never deceived you, X never wilL Look out that someone Jj does not trv to make you . invest your health in a new 5 :? X X COD-LIVE- R OIL "WITH Jf of HYPOPHOSPHITES is just X EMULSION Circulars free. Address tho American Office of t'icpaleclieeks. InMstuponhaUns KKtJENKItO. Con be carried In ct poikct. Hy mall 81.00 per ikjx, 01 si lor ue clieerlully refund Ihomonev where six boxes do not effect a cure. -- Weak Memory. Wakefulness, EII Dreams, Despondency, I.ick of Confidence, nnd nil efTects of self. abio, or sexual excess and Irdlscrctlon. which unfits one for business, study or marrlase. UECK.NEItO goes at once to tho root of tho illscasc-th- at is why it cures. It Is tho greatest Xrnr Tonle in the w orld thatisvfhyltEle3lEornnd Action nnd restores me 1 Ire or 1 outli. It Is a Illood Iurl-flcr-tli- at is hy tho lMiih (.'low comes hnck lo of Xcrroas Debllitr, or Waiting Disease. It acts powerfully and ijukkly. A New Alan. tlilrnlly IVrlrrf. N the result ofllie tiic of llU.CEltO. Yoimc men will lost manhood, and Old Jlen wilt recover their yor.tliful vUjor. It ln borates and restores to full life and visor, all saHcrer. from Seminal Impotency. Varicocele, Spcrmattorhca, Nightly Emissions, Lost llraln rind Jiascnlar Power, Weak-nesse- CANDY CATHARTI ALL DRUGGISTS. .!. BORDEAUX ffiEDICALGO,825'- Wanted-- An sept21-ly Idea C Who can think of some simple IMOg For sale in Richmond by Perry & Thomas, Druggists. PrntiHt Tflnr fdpfut; thov ntsr brlnz YOU Wealth. CO, Patent AttorWrite JOHN WEDDEUBURN ney!, Washington. D. for their 81.800 prize offer and list of two hundred lurentlona wanted. lo paiemr t. C. SUMER.-JO- HN UOSIiAL. Headache bad? Got Dr. Miles 1'aln Pills. SIImer& Hosha LITE of Mis. Felton,of Georgia, favoring lynching, is said 10 have caused the Negro editor at Wilmington, N C, to insult the women of the South. Sines his expulsion, Mrs. Fel- ton reiterates her opiniou and says: 'When there is not enough religion in the pulpit to organize a crusade against rape, or justice in the court hoiibe to promptly punish the crime, nor manhood enough in the nation to put a sheltering arm around innocence aud viitue; if it requires lynching to protect woman's dearest possession from raving, drunken human bea-tthen, 1 say, lynch a thousand a week if necessary." Thet-peecs, STOCK woman. No, we neverdid Why should we? Nor we never saxv a woman waltzing around toxx-- in her SALESMEN, shirtsleeves with a cigar between her teeth, stepping hit" every saloon she Union Stock Yards, siw. We nfver saxv a woinun go fish Cincinnati, O. ing xvith a bottle in each pocket, sit on Commission charges are $3.00 per car the damp ground all day and go home chunk at night. Neither haxe wusieu for hogs, 50c. per head for cattle. Reference Western German Bank, Cincina xvoinan ank off her coat spit on her sept"-l- y nati, Ohio. bads and say she can lick every son in town. No, God bless her, she ain't built that wax-- . bald-headn ur an exchange: One oi our friends xx'ants to know if we have ever seen a AYS IB.& jjjjnjra 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Anyone tending a sketch and description may cratckly ascertain our opinion free Will ether an invention is prooaoir atentable. Commnnlca-tlons strlctlr confidential. Handbook on Patents eent free. Oldest acencr for sccunnir patents. Patents taken through Mann & Co. receive rpedaX notice, without charge. In the A handsomely illustrated weekly. largest circulation of any scientific journal. Terais, $3 a year: four months, tL Sold by all newsdealer. wwwiwwwtww O if kW Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. Scientific American. - m if MUNN & Co.36,Broa!aBranch Office, 625 New York F S-t- Washington. D. a 2S-2- 7 Oveicome evil with good. Overcome you oougliFand eoldb with One Minute Cough Cure. It is so good children cry for it. It cures croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, grippe and all throat and lung diseases. Douglas & Wells. 1 vThe Somerset Reporter man moralizes as follows: "One peculiar charac- Kotary Motion and ECONOMIST RANGES Ball Bearings, fs!MPLESTfem liFA BEST LW3tTSiEJNES EVER BALL lPTTV hhmhI, For sale by Dewey Music Co , Rich Ky. ABE YOU A DEMOCRAT? "There is a place fer cverj thing,' and for everything to be Roofing-- , Guttering in its place, the LOUISVILLE DISPATCH sfcetiki find a place in the home of every and General DEMOCRAT in the SUNNY SOUTH. The lipath is the people's paper, owned by Job Woiv the people, and is alwajs ready to fight for the cause of the people. IT STANDS SQUARELY ON THE CHICAGO PLATFORM, without the aid or consent of the GeW Dug Monopolies, and a fair comparison of its neus sen ice (now being wi over leased wires by the New York Sn. tbe Chicago Inter Ocean and the Nerthcrn Tress Association) with that of i DR. CALDWELL'S any other paper, will fully verify its Mette. "If jou ste it in the Dispatch it's 'CURES CONSTIPATION. se, a&d if it's to it is always in the An old adage reads fur-nteb- ed niture manufactories of that city, was in Veisaillts on his way to Estill and Lee counties, where he goes on a prospecting trip, with a view to investing in oak and pine timber lands. Mr. Cochran sajs that lumber of these varieties is becoming lery scaice in Michigan and the manufacturers there are beginning to look toward Eastern Kentucky for their future supplies. As soon as the ownership of the Richmond, Nicholasville, Irvine & Beattyville railroad is determined by the courts, and that road is extended up into Lee, Breathitt and Perry counties, as proposed, it is believed that an immense amount of capital will seek investment in the timber and coal lands of that section and that an era of development and great progress will be inaugurated. Ernest J. Fawke, of Loudon, heading an English syndicate, recently bought 25,000 acres of timber land in Perry and there have ueen several other big purchases of land in Eastern Kentucky within a few months past. -- teristic! have noted in mankind and others have, too, tor that matter is the fact that the uglier a man is the handsomer he thinks he is. A truly handsome man rarely ever lajs any claim upon beauty; it is the 'guy' with the pickled face who alwajs poses as an Adonis. I have seen iaces which were never conTpleted, faces that would kill trees and tear up stumps, faces that would petiify milk and cause the con- - which produced the milk to die of hydrophobia; jet, the possess ors of these faces, deep down in their hearts, thought they were handsome. I have seen them pose before large plate glass windows and between the wrinkles of hideousness I have noted smiles of satisfaction at the reflection they beheld. Perhaps, after all, it is better thus, and it only illustrates the supreme wisdom of our Heavenly Father, for if we were enabled to see ourselves as others see us the world would be as effectually depopulated as it was just after the flood." Late to bed and earlv to rise, prepares a man for his home in the 6kies. But early to bed and a Little Early Riser, the pill that makeslife longer and better and wiser. Douglas & Wells 'Gov." Givens to Marry, Freedom of the press has its advanas its disadvantages. A xoung professor, formerly in the German aimy, but who of late has resided in America, lecently lemaiked that he had learned more concerning the German Emperor and even regarding Germany itself; fiom the Ameiican papers, than he had ever discovered when in his fatherland There are some things that are best noticed from a safe distages as ll tance. The Western Horseman, published a year, and issued every Friday, stands at the head of Turf and Trotting and Pacing horse journals, is handsomely illustrated with pictures of noted horses and gixeb all the horse news from California to Maine. If at all interested in trotters or pacers subscribe for it The great annual Souvenir number xvill be issued February 10, aud will be worth more than the price of a year's subscription. It goes free to all subscribersto others 23 ctuls per copy. By special arrangements xvith the publishers xve are enabled to send the Western Horbeniah 52.00 per jear, and the Weekly Climax $1.50 per year, both for $2.25 during the 3 ear 1899. nov23-t- f Give us your oider. $2.00 at Indianapolis, Indiana, at JiBi , 0 Not Baltimore and Ohio if BUT: if Biggerstaff if if & Oldham. Im to Show Toil if 1 iBJliJlaaiMrX $ JS s vjfl &P25iKl WffJ Wp JS to you the new and true from tho Wm piney forests of Norway ilead What we DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey science to a ' Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by PHiro weak colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. The sore, weary cough-wor- n Lungs are exhilarated ; the microbe-bearin- g mucus is cut out ; the cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. SOLO BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Cure for coughs, Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Bottles Only. 2Sc, 50c. and $1.00 Sizes BE SURE YOU GET I AM 88 and never used any remedyYEARStoOLD.Bell's equal Ur. It Rives quick and permanent rflief Dr. Bell's in grip as well as coughs and colds. ItmaVfs Pine-Tar-Hon- ey y ! f 14 Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the are dispensed b- up-to-da- The Climax is of the opinion that a lot of Northern editors ought to come South for their information about the race conditions, or else shut up their cry of oppression. The negro is treated 0 better at the South thau elsewhere. We commend thtb medicine to the cranks who wish to force negro domination on a people uho will not be "dominated" even by their owjirace: "No one deplores more than we do a conflict between the races, who The Dispatch also has a staff of over Ilejadaelic, 30 active correspondents in the South, and MILES' PAIN and Xettmlgla cured by Dr. would live in peace but for Republican PILLS. "Onecentadose." will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE interference in local alfairs by elevatTHAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS ing the inferior to rule over the supprior of any other Louisville paper. Get the race. The people of the South will, no Dispatch; it gives the news and tells tie Ttruth about more than those of the North, stand 8 pages; Sunday. 24 pages, Weck-Negro domination and McKinley is diS pages. We club with the Weekly rectly responsible for every death in Dispatch at the remarkably low price of North Carolina, resulting from his appointments of Negro postmasterb, iee-nu- e X OffJ collectors and deputy marshals. There is no animosity against the NefJALL AT gro as a Negro in the South, where he aud. iVccvicut Sus.. 4is recognized at his full worth in his Bff TS&v w?3& 15m a place, but the moment he is placed Six of the best Fire Insurance Com- - X over white people by panies In powers that TM. s&A czF .A. promptly. the United States. Losses paid X be, when they would the so elevate T not SALOON "PARLOR him in the North, that moment thev 4In the Prndental, yon are offered the X WHEN IN TOWN. best Life Insurance attainable, and on 4. rebel and will always do so, whenever the most approved plans. In Accident X is attempted by McKinley or any Insurance we apain rive the best We X it will not transact business with irrespon- - X other Stanford Journal. sible companies. T CLH im nn sYRUP PEPSI -" S. F. Rock, $1.25 A YEAR4 - dsi The party noxv running the ment is a political trust and is run by the trustb and ior the trusts. So lon as the voters allow this condition to exist the noses of the people will con tinue to be ground. So long as they suppoit with their ballols the Republican patty consumers xxill continue to suffer from every sppciesof commer times during his lesidenco here he cial oppression aud be at the mercy of made and lost fortunes. It was during the greedy trade alliances. St, Louis the boomat Middlesborongh and Ueat Republic. tyville that he was brought into especial pronnencc At a meeting of one of Winchester's lie was. on thta ground floor in both of these schemes, secret orders recently, when the quesand at one time had a profit of over tion was asked if any one knexx-)a $100,000, but he stayed in too long, and brother in distress, a brother spoke up when the collapse came he was all but aud said that the marriage .announce mined. Two years ago he moed to ment of a member had been made that Seattle, and according to reports, hns day. Come to think of it, a fellow gen beeiMery successful out there. After erally finds trouble when he hunts for his marriage he will take his wife back it. Winchester Democrat. there and make that city his homo. All of his family still reside in Boyle coun-t- j. Mrs. Gentry is said to be very wealthy. Gox-er- n 111 f The announcement of the engagement of "Gov" James Giveus, formerly of Stanford and many other places in Kj, but now of Seattle, Wash., to Mrs. Esther D. Gentry, of Michigan 'itv, Ind., will come as a pleasant surprise to many Kentuckians. The maniage will take place at the piospective bride's home on December 1. "Gov." Ghenswas lor jears one of the best known men in thetitate and at various The country editor is expected to know everything and is required to ansxver all sorts of questions and it is but justice to biivto say that he is equal to the emergency, as the following from a.Missouri contemporary will show. A subscriber recently bent him the query : ' W hat ails my hens ? Every morning I find one or more of them keeled oxer to rise no more." The answer was: "The fowls are dead. It is an old complaint, and nothing can be done except to bury them." gen-eral- Peducah.Ky. I ungs strong. Mrs. 21. A. Metcaif e, lv Southern Mutual ksW Company, g? Of Lexington, Kentucky. FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, Combinations and Iron something new. BUFFETS The onlj-- tiling of the kind ever ever exhibited in Richmond. CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties including Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, &c. SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. CENTER TABLES 75c to. $8.00 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 painte'd by hand See Them. CHAMBER SUITS In Msihogany, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-E3'- e Maple, Oak and Ash. ROCKERS From GOo to $15.00. 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 stock, but assure you that anything you may need you can find at our new quarters. Safest Investment .'. Largest Profits. 3123,169.40 PAID IN MATURITIES. DAY TELEPHONE 76. NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. 345,294.68 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. When in the City Make Yonr Headquarters With Paid. COUPONS MATURED OCTOBER, Hef.No. Cou. No. 2972 30.15 1S9S. Cost. Name. . Address. 3814. .4751 . . . . 310:: . 31GG. 3232 . 3291 . 3412 3347. . . 3478. 3539. . . . . 3C04 . . . 3GGS. .4552. 3727 . .4660 3817. . 4515 . 38S0. . 4730 . 3931 4010 4082 4123 4207 4318 4258 4405 4476 . . . Thos Forman Estate, Lexington, Ky G b Xowton . K A Perkins. Burgin . MifeS V Sarigergeld . Louisville . Tilda Morton . Lexington .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PE . D E R Arnspigor . . . G B Newton Dr S H Stevenson N J Klinnb . . . Jas Peters 35ell " . Louisville, Ky llan-odsburc Chicairo, 111 . . . . . . . Baby Ewimel 3943. 4006. 40G3. 4121 . O W Pohlman . . . lx)uisville " . Emory Hikes . Geo I) Uobertson . . Lexington, Paris, .4815. . Lucy Parker . 4878 . . A J Taylor Lexington, . Geo D liobertson " .4835. . Geo D Kobertson . 5050 . . A J Tavlor Sayre .... .... . Lexington ' ' . . . . ' ' ' ' - A serious What Shall we do. and dangerous diease T X te dating clerks. Genuine Saratoga and accommoKept tfHHHH Water on Tap. Phone 3. fcfi Second St. MCimOND, KY. -- 1 RAND FAR- Wright's Celery Capsules from G. K. Middelton. druggist, and used them for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation and found that thev cave mo imM- mediate relief even time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. The war is ended, and not a dollar raised by the big bond issue has been expended. The many million dollars' interest will have to be paid by the people just the same. Those opposed UE0. W. IUI.EY to the thieving goldbug policy asked that no bonds be sold until the proOf Shelbyville, Kv., Recommends ceeds were needed, but of course were Wright'B Celerv Capsules. Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '96, To coughed down as fanatics. Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: Gents I have purchased a box of UpStalrs. c2-i- 26 Second Street, 4 y f Yours very truly, OF 160 ACRES, "Within three-quarter- 9 it 1, Geo. W. Rilev. A A A A s f H Every inch of it is as rich as cream. It lies on the best pike in the county: the land is rolling to level; 90 acres are in grass; excellent water well, cistern and spring, Buildings: An elegant two r.nd a half story new brick of 10 rooms, the finest farm residence in the county; immense' barns; 3 tenement houses, one of which is a good f rame of 5 rooms and comnlete set of buildings which really makes it a separate farm. "We vill sell this place at an unusually low figure $14,000. Terms, one-hacash, balance in one, two. three, four and live 3'ears. Send for our list of farm for sale. lf mile of Owensboro, K3'. of a ITBURNSGAS? A man The Kew Acctjlcnc Css Bicycle Lamp. Ho Mere j SOOT, j SMOKE, GREASE r.or i DANGER IJsJB fiSS3LUTELY It CBfl't turnrlilnM out like a Oil Lamp. WILLIAMS & LITTLE, ang-Cm ;u' 3d $U Owensboro, Kj. TCho csa think of toeie llmpls thlsf to iiatit may bring you wnitb. CO- - Patent JLttor. J fe rt .i cmt --. hour. Throws li'lit un r,vt nWr.i. Send fjrc.rcujruit about tho Grcaiest D.cyclc J.c.- tf tte Year Froriyoar dealer. C. n cr .jni prfpatu BADSEB BRASS KFfl. GO. KEHOZHA, WIS. I a Liskt costs wliito -t .t-j- ... vf-.-.Ny- . ly6-6- m Wanted-finl- dea IWjrt lint: Wrtta JlOHS "WKTini ad Et of two haodztO. 1otUob your waofctL SDR. CALDWELL'S INDIGESTION. PEPSIN II must reap as he sows. If he sows h'e will reap If he neglects his health the weeds of disease will grow up and choke it. It is a daily and hourly marvel that men will recklessly neglect thiir Health, when a moment's thought should tell them that they are courting death. It lies in most every man's power to live to a green old age. If a man would only take the same care of himself that he does of his horse, or cow, or deg, he would enjoy good health. When a man owns a hundred-dolla- r horse,, and it gets sick, he does not waste any time about doctoring him up. When his garden gets full of weeds, he doesn't delay about rooting them out, for he knows they will choke out his vegetables. When he is out of sorts, sick, nervous, headachey, has no appetite .and is restless and sleepless at night, he pays little attention to it. The result is consumption, nervoiu prostration or some serious blood or skin disease. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis.very is the best of all medicines for hard working men. It gives edge to the appetite, facilitates the flow of digestive juices, invigorates the liver and purifies and enriches the blood. It is the great blood-make- r and flesh, builder. It cures 98 per cent, of all cases of lingering coughs, bronchial and throat affections, weak lungs, bleeding from lungs and kindred affections. Do not wait until the lungs are too far wasted to admit of being cured. "As you know, five years ago the doctors had Riven me up to die with conMUpyi." writes Mr. E. G. McKinney, of Deepwater, Fayette Co, W. Va. "1 took treatment frons Dr. R. V Pjercr. and am entirely well now. I had steadily, as directed, bis 'Golden Medical ukn Discovery. ' 111 "Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure tee little "Pellet" is a dose. Times. vails in this country, dangerous cribable 'dread cause so deceptive. It comes on so of the pain and slowly yet burely that it is often firmly danger attendseated before we are aware of it. ant upon the The name of this disease which m ax-most critical pebo divided into three distinct stages is, riod of her life. First, Kidney trouble, indicated by Becoming a pain in the back.rheumatism.lumbago, mother should be frequent desire to urinate, often xvith a a source of joy durning sensation, the flow of urine beto all, but the ing copious, or scant w ith strong odor. suffering and If allowed to advance, this reaches danger of the ordeal make the Second stage, or Bladder trouble, its anticipation one of misery. xvith heavy pain in the abdomen low down between the navel and the water 90 passage, increasing desire to urinate, with a scalding sensation in passing, : , , I.. ia i.i. Lut icmcuy .which lelicves smalt qualities being passed withdilll-cultwomen of the great pain and sometimes necessary to draxv it ng-incident to maternity; this xvith instruments. If uric acid orgravel hour which is dreaded as woman's has formed, it will prove dangerous if severest trial is not only made neglected. painless, but all the danger is reThe Third stage is Bright's Disease. moved by its use. Those who use There is comfort in knowing that Dr. this remedy are no longer deKilmer, the gi eat kidney and bladder spondent or gloomy; nervousness specialist, has discox-erea Remedy nausea and other distressing confamous for its marvelous cures of the ditions are avoided, the" system is most distressing cates and known as made ready for the coming event, Dr. Kilmer's Sxvamp-Iioo- t. and the serious accidents so comIt is Bold by all druggists. mon to the critical hour are As a proof of the xvouderful virtues obviated by the use of Mother's of this great discovery, Swamp-Roo- t, is a blessing to woman. friend a sample bottle and book of valuable information will be sent absolutely S1.00FERBOTTI.E at all Drug Stores,,, ui pries. Iree by mail on application to Dc KilBOOKS Contiirinff Invaluable information of mer & Co., Binghamton, N Y. When F3EE interest to all ivo.uen, will ho sent to any writing kindly mention that you read ThoJ!EAlFIKl-- address, upon application, ItKOrXATOK CO.. Atlanta. G. tins liberal offer in The Richmond jan5-l- y t limax. IV It is the business of the Democracy Tine Gliictas anil Duels ! to ejepose the corruption, favoritism and incompetency of McKiuley's administration, and it is going to push have about Twenty its business without aii- - reference Thoroug-hbrexvhatever to what the disgrace of the Lisrht uranma uockerels for exposure may be in the eyes of Spain or any other country. The Democratic sale at 1.00 each. Also party xxill not help cox'er up the abomafew Thoroughbred Mauir inations of the McKinley administramothPekin Drakes tion on patriotic or any other grounds, and Newman besides the highest quality of pairiot-isstrains) at 1.00 each. finds expression in exposing Call on or address tavoritism and incompetency . high official Kaiias. City .HARRT S MORGAN, prebe- Every mother feels an indes- 4176. .4993. . 5274 . 4353. . 5213 . 4433 . . 5439 . . 4494. . 5556 . . "45 i6 . .5686. 4635. . 5545 .5112. 4700. .5700. 4785. .5787. 4848. . 5&50 . 4905. . 4181 . 4978. . 5904 . 5037 . . 6033 . 5113. . 6127 . 5173. . 6255 MOTHE 0 rmnw sufferi- 5254. 5312. 5409. 5473 . 5530. .5510. .6006. . 6358 . .6441 . . 6577 . y, 5597 . . 0709 . 5667 . .6809 5719. . 6S73 . 5771 . . 6951 . 6S29 .7011. D B Good . . . 5S96 7060. . Ur A P Taylor . 5952. .7130. . Belle Hammond -- II A Welsh Joe Coylo Clnrewe Stone . . . P E Bell . Miss Mary Ilolloway . John Heintz . J W Appleton . . . . . Mary Dahn . Mima Itauson . . . . V N Cropper . J II B.iker . Mrs Eliza Goodrich . . M E Chapman . . . . . . Eliza Shiddel . Mary Johnson . . . . Perry Crostlwaite . . J M John Skaiu . . . J B Hilliard H P Cox . . . K V Johnson . . . W J Newman . . Geo D . Mrs M Taylor . Mrs Ella Crane . . . . ... ... ... liobertson .... .... . " " ' ' Nicholasville . Cincinnati. O Louisville, Ky ... . . Louisville, " . Harrcdsbun: Lexington, " " " " .... .... . . . . . . . . .... Lexington Louisville, Ft Thomas Lexington, " " . . . . . . . " . . . i .... . Atlanta, Ga Lexington Kv Louisville, " Lexington," Wadsworth O Harrodsburpr Baltimore Md . . . . . . . . . . . Lexington Ky Louisville, $ 8 73 LV . . 92 44 . . 95 OS 95 OS . . 87 19 . . 92 44 S2 00 . . 92 44 . S7 19 . . 89 SO 77 06 50. . 82 00 50 . . 89 80 . 87 19 35 50, . 82 00 37 50. . 87 19 37 50. . 8719 31 50. . 71 80 . 34 50 79 43 37 50, 87 19 30 60. . 66 30 Monuments, Tombs, 34 50. 79 43 S4 58 36 50. Marble !! Fill . 74 32 36 50 84 5S 34 05 CO" SO 29 50 . 34 50. 79 43 S2 00 35 50 . 34 50 . 79 43 32 50 . 74 32 33 50 . 77 00 Those who are contemplating buying Marble, Granite, or any kind of 79 43 ,U find it to their interest to call at the old 61 85 Cemetery Work, 27 50 . stand in the rear Church or. Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand 34 50. 79 43 of the a large stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all classes of 33 50 . 77 06 W. G. GOUCHER, one of , hi best workmen in Centra 32 50 . 74 32 buyers 31 50. 71 80 Kentucky, is m charge of our establishment and this means xntMaMm. v , . l " !!,;., ' 32 50 . a uisiance snouiu write to us for designs. 74 32 ITl fltfoftr nlinen "'"I-.1 i iiii.li ui ue iuiiusuuu on application. 29 50. 60 10 71 80 31 50 . YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED." 31 50. 71 80 25 50 . 56 97 39 40 40 37 39 35 39 37 38 33 35 38 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 2 BIGGERSTAFF 0 M m&& Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. . Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American and Granite. . FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. ME. ii ITik , !- -:, . . 31 6009. .7215 6075 . . 7301 . 6132. . 7302 . 6215 . . . 62S6 . (863 . . Theresa Shafner . J W Appleton . . H J Marrs " d 6419. 6500 . 6592 . . 6640. 6703 . 6779. 6831 6879 . . John V Coflev . Mary A Lighter . . . . Mavme J3 J Shannon . J D Punell . V 11 Catherine Lang . E G Troud J M & John Skain . . Lexington " . . C Y Freeman Buckner McElroy, Agt . Lucy Short . Middleburg" Lexington " Danville " Louisville ' . . . . . . . . . . . .... . - . 0026. 6974. 7082. 7120. 7215 . . . XV H ... Ford Ford . . . . Lexington '' it . . . . . .XVU Ballard SSWells F H Norton h-- r 7262. 7325. 7375. 7432. 7521. 7571 . . CW . A .JDPurcell. .ATEastland AHLeFevre Francis Jos Burger . V . . . . . Georgetown ' Lexington " . . . 7718. 7835. 7907. . BBSisco . . Milton F Wheeler. 7766 . I Johnson . Nannie B Wilson Certificate. WT Jones.'. J Loughrldge . .... . , . . Richmond, Ind . Lexiustor Ky . Harrodsbnrg . Lexington, '' . . . . 30 . 29 25 29 26 27 24 25 23 25 25 24 22 20 19 20 20 20 17 20 19 18 18 17 16 15 17 16 50 . 50 . 50. 71 SO 50. 09 30 66 SO 58 41 W5 JM7VYES D. '' HHMILTQN. - Proprietor. 50 . 50 50 50 50 . 50 . 50 50 . 50. 50 . 50 . SO 50. 50. 50 50 50 50 50 . . . 59 41 61 85 54 55 56 97 52 04 56 97 56 97 54 55 49 76 45 02 42 47 45 02 45 02 45 02 Richmond Market It's poor logic to agree that all meats arealike. Our meats are- the best. We kill first- class cattle, is why we have uiways enjoyea a good sdare of Richmond's patronage. Those that have not favored us with orders in the past will be convinced, by giving us a trial order thatour Beef! MUTTON, Fork and other Meats, are not excelled by any market. MMamwm ill MElMUl . . 3S03 45 42 40 38 40 38 35 33 3S 02 47 34 05 34 03 74 . 17 50 . 50. . . . . . . . . . . Nicholasville" I exington " . Maysville . . . . . 50 50 50 50 50 50. . . " 42 Paid-u- p Total Profit over cost ...;.'..'.. Louisville 15 50 . 14 50 . 50. . . . 35 03 35 74 n vegetables such as 20 69 dishes, &c, &c., can be fonnffin ourBeans, Potatoes, Peas, Cabliasre. Onion ??d; market at all tlnjes. Thanking you for past patronage, I a continuance of same. 33 45 solicit 31 17 Home-erow- Fresh Fish Recieved Daily. i."' , S2.169.00 $4,900 38 .72,731.38 Telephone 193. may25-l- y AD..TJoucs, Mackey BalldlBg-- Main St. (Rau-kin,Eallo- ck FOR PULL INFORMATION ADDRESS , j Ffonj Rowell's New$papet;J)irectoni. -- m cor--rupti- A. SMITH BOWMAN, SecretcCvy. The Richmond Ky iin-lee- cirfulatrou to any papain the Eighth Congressional District ' SUlSCRffIINr$L25 fa Cmmax, 1 w1v, S ,. aov2-t- f White's Station, Madison Co., Ky. MRS: A. T. MILLI0K, I&al Ageit, Rfclmoid, Ky. m - is credited with the largest or In Madison oonnH, i The only paper-i-n Madison county WlM'b ,MiniOft8 ail tbft Donmrntin tH'miaewi.fTemPresWeBt t4 Consta- -