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VOLUME 25. mMuKBmKmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMwewraMKwrKaTxmmmwwMm?r-rwwj.m--r--rfPTmmim-- MADISON n COUNTY, KENTUCKY, -- WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1898. -. Hf-fc - - -- ,., I RIM r bill JXO. I) IfifS 1 9 QAP1 ft f Kin m W111TC TO COXTHST. c:5ir IWlfS! f S r ""ass xTsf flB John l. Wlutf tlinntfiin Hi contest tlie electioij, of J mlsre Vincent Boieing, but on wiiat grounds it is not stated As contests seams to he in order Judge Tye might ah-cntrst. His mime was no' on the hallt. in four couniifs, which clerks arc repoiihnile Stanfoid Jour-11- a r tsainwniTinu AND 3-- NO LOS.S TO DEMOCKTS. IS BOTH HEALTHFUL PLEASURABLE, and you can also say extremely comfortable, when are driving in one of our easy and handsome Buggies and Ph:i?tons. Our stock of fine carriages is unsurpassed for beauty, style, durabilit and general superiority, and we are selling them at prices that will surprise 3ou, qualitj con- sidered. John Doxelson. The Peinocrats in the recent election did not a single stale that they carried in ISM, hut carried Minnesota and Kentucky by decisive majorities cittne Republican nmjority in Xew York down from 200 (KW to less than 2 1.000. reduced the majorities of Repuh and gaineil about icaus in other f irt Coiigresstiien. Neatly every Democratic Congressman elected in the East ern States was Miccesuful because he told the voters he would, if elected, support the national platform. Those who tried to straddle r iguoie the national platform were defeated. Harrodsburg Sayings. liw-- e THE KA.nCAIa' RETItrJAT. SOLICITORS WANTED EVEBY WHERE for "The Story or the Philippines" The object of the bankrupt law is by Murat Halstead, commissioned by the as Official Historian to the War De- alleged to he to give a debtor involved partment. The book was written in army camps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with in hopeless insolvency a chance to beGeneral Mrritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu. come square with the world once more 111 Hong Kong, in the American trenches at Manila, in the inturjrent camps with by mrreiidering till of his propetty on the deck of the Olvnipia with Dewev. and in the roar or battle at'the fall of Manila. under the law for his cieditors- - In realBonanza for agents Brimful of original pic- ity it is designed for the heiietit of distures taken by goverment photographers on the spot Large book. Low prices. Bigpiofits. honor scamps and the referee. The Kreieht paid. Creilit given. Dror all trashy unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address, latter gets his fees no matter lion the F T Barber, Sec"y , Star Insurance Bldge , creditors stiller and the taker gets hi Chicago. oct26-4nt ARui-jaldo, m PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. ATrOSNSTS. D debts wiped out, after putting up what property he doen't want or none as he elect. Where one honest man is helped by the law, 100 rascals reap its benefits. Stanford Journal. ANALYSIS OI' KLTUK.Ns. J. The change in the complexion of the .Senate is due to the elections of Republicans in Republican States, which Kkntcckt. Richmond, Office in the Burnam Building, next door to six years ago elected Democratic Senafeb3-l- y armer's National Bank. tors in the great Democratic tidal wave, caused partly by the McKiuley . tantr bill, and partly by the refusal of Speaker Reed to allow the House to vote on the free silver bill which had Attouxey-- a Iaw, passed the Senate There is nothing KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, in these ts to justify the simulated Oflire over Taylor's Hani ware store, op- glee of the Republican organs or t henposite Court House, on Main Street. party oracle-.- . On the contran, the Attokset-at-La--re.-ul- W. MILLER. II. B. HOGG. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. Richmond, results are full of promise for t lie future of the Democratic party and i's allies, and all they reptesent. KKl'UBLICAM l'AHTY DEAD. j.c Mr. W. 15. C'aicliings, of London, has Office No. 13 FirstSt: p stairs. 31 30 been suggested a.s a candidate for Governor on the Republican ticket. Then-i&d si cnENAUi;r. no doubt that Mr. Caieh'.ugs would make an admirable (jovcinor. Aa ATTORNEYS AT LAW. busitit-fman he has lew equals in Kenk'KVTOCKV RlCHMONn. d tucky He is a man of afSeK)nl street, over Chen fairs. But Mr. cachings will not be Office on Governor. There ih no Republican parault's grocery. ty left in Kentucky. The concern that thinks it is the Republican party of this! PHYSICIANS. State could not elect a Governor if the Democrats made no nomination. The DR. H. R. GTBSON, Republican leaders would be so busy PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. kuiliug one another that they would Kentucky. not have time to bold an election. Richmond Loiisville Times. s s level-heaile- Otfice in the Joe t .lint building, 18 and so Sec37- ond Street, orer Wni.e old druestore. SOMEWHAT OF A LIAlt THEMSELVES. The friends of Hon. G. G. Gilbert in no way, alarm themselves CHAS. HOnKER. w ih iha thought that a partisan ReI ETERIXA R Y SltRCEON, v publican tongress will commit Gradiwite Ontario Veterinary College. rubbery and steal his .scat. There are to. many Republicans holding Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty their seats by vntue of gerrymandet-ing- , up stairs, over store recently accu- who will nevtr go on record as by Richmond Harness Co , East Mainy St., apr7-lichmond, Ky. making that good grounds of contest. They all know that the next House 77". C. JASPJ2R, JU. D will be Democratic and they do not Medicine and Surgery. caee to have themselves confronted Office Collins Building, MainStreet. witbsuuh lecoul in that body. ShelTelephone at itsidence (the Cnrr place) on by Sentinel. Broadway. Kentucky. Richmond, THE 1'ltESIDENT HESITATES. ned, high-wa- G. W. EVANS, M P., ruvs cias asd Surgeon, RlCHMOSD KUNTI'CK' DJl. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine arid Surgery, Kentucky Richmond and residence on Second Street The following dispatch from Washington to the Louiovule Times, a gold standard organ say0: y 'The holy and beloved pat'oits will not keep still. It is folowh being devoloped that the President does not want an extra session, and each fresh arrival from the Republican ranks, after seeing the President comes out in an interview saying that an extra session would not be wise The latest cuckoos to make a noise are Dalzell, of Pennsylvania, and Gmdener sound-mone- DENTAL STJBGEST. "Dx.'0acTkVvn.-i". Coiso-- a KY. DENTIST, OF LOOISXILLE, ce 22i 12-- BichmSnd, Ky. Office hours nort7-l- y next door to Government 1Building, to 4. 9 to 3eggp- - Four nice rooms for rent. Call af Dental Office of Dr. Hob-so- n, next door to ppstoffice. fR. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. fiTer Collins' Grocery, same office y jan!2-l- Do you have that annoying tickling in your throat? Would "you feel relieved if you could raise something? Does your cough annoy you at night, and do you raise more mucus in the morning? Then you should always keep on hand a bottle of Are you frequently hoarse? f)R J. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. Madison National Bank, Jly6-l- &ii tton y over Richmond, Ky. Dr. Louis, 1. Mm, gzv.ajgj careful. You cannot begin treatment tpo early. Each cold makes you more liable to another, and the last one is always harder than the one before hv Pp. Aser's CBerri Pectoral Plaster legs from cews. prelects Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, No. 503 VTest NinthWUUV . Richmond, Ky., on will be at Mr. J. B. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER Utb, 1898, second Wednesday of each of Richmonth. 5Bfereiice every physician feblMy mond, Ky. If you have a weak throat you cannot be too Dr R. Goldstein, Of No.SHTonrth ATenue, Louisville, Ky., will be at the Htel Glvndon. Richmond. Kr.. on to-cur- e Wednesday, Dec. 21, 1898, Bcturningcmedayin each month. Eyes examined, and glasses scientifically adjusted. oct-l- ic y Helo at Hand. whatever and desire medical advice you can possibly obtain, write the doctor freely. Yoa will receive a prompt reply. Address, DR. KENTUCKY E. UNIVERSITY. If you have .any compjaint the best Uilaglm, J. MEDICAL, AND COMERART, BIBLE. MERCIAL COLLEGES. Tuition for Literary and Uible Course year. More than twenty teachers. fl0,K grmnasloxi. Thousands of successful alumni, bocial asd moral welfare of stadenta receive special attention. Open to both Kxes. For JiyI7-catalogues address the President. U Hi CUE, Piwitt; J. C. AYER, Lowell, Mass. All drafts ell Dr. Mlks Pain KHs. . jam a j B3aEMJ3BHKNSHBBHaEHMHHHB!HHHiHnaMliainBHHHHHiEH7vaxr-Jersey. But the cnnit.l.iimn.iu men pay that as the -eps 4 vy i tpj g pledged to currency reform, that as f f they suppoited it for that reason, it is . nearl; time for the President pud Con gregs to settle down to the job, even if insular real estate schemes must be 1URE :ieglected. The Administration is using all its inllueiicc to keep these Makes the food more delicrous and wholesome worthies quiet, but they will not down. YORK. CO., They hover around like cryr babies and say that they must have currency re form or they will go homo and tell the CONFERENCE OF COLLEGE YOUNG MErVS County Court Days. dear people that they have been deCrIRISTIAH ASSOCIATIONS. Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. ceived. Chairman Hugh H. Hanna, of Having rcmoed ray stock of Jewelry to the Briijht Building on Itichmoud, Madison county, Tirst Monorganization, was rethe Slain btreet, formerly occupied by E P. Palmer, I am better preThe Conference of the College Youug pared than ever to serve the public. I have now the Haudscmest day. quested to keep quiet, but he is not doJew elrr Store in Richmond, the largest and best assorted stock. Men's Christian Associations of Ken- THE LOWEST PRICES. This stock includes ing it worth a cent." Fayette county, second rtucky will meet in this city, Lexington, beginning Monday. now then! 52w:r and Cut Glass Novelties, Friday aiternoon, December 0th, and DIAMONDS. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon- closing Sunday night, December Tiie Goebel law is not so bad after WATCHES. Ant! Everytlting Kept in a day. all. The Cincinnati Commercial-Tribun- e delegations of the college men of CLOCKS. RIHGS. (Rep) says: "The election was Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon- the Slate are expected. The Confers Jewelry Store. SILVERWARE. the most orderly ever held in Kentucky day. ence will be held in the First l'resby-teriaaccording to reports received church, and the public are corSpecial prices made on Wedding Presents. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. I invite all my old friends and as many new ones as want honest remaps that "the The Courier-Journbe ptesent values aud courteous treatment, to come and examine my stock. county, third dially invited to Nicholasville, Jessamine JML election in Louisville 'was the most orthe essions. Clocks and Watches Repaired ou short notice. Monday. derly ever known.' The Louisville ComThe Sta"te Committee has arranged Winchester, Clark countv, fourth an exceedingly interesting program, as mercial (Rep.) admits that there never was a fairer election held in Kentucky Monday. follows: he Versailles, wood ford county, fourth than that of last Tuesday under the PROGRAM. 9 Goebel election law, but says: "'The Monday. Friday Afternoon, Deoembtr 'J. people will judge the law by its own exUTvrvTbwViuri, "R.VC,XVOTVr!L, "K.YJ. Soothing, healing, clearing, idealis2:30 Quiet Hour. Led by AV. I. j ecution and not by partisan representaing. De Witt's Which Hazel Salve is McXair, General Secretary, Louisville. tions of what may happen in the future. the implacable enemy of sores, burns 3::W lieports from Associations Carlisle Mercury. and wounds- - It never fails to cure v 4:00 Address: liaising tlie Stand-darI'iles. You may relv upon it. DougII, P. Andersen. College SecrelliM,ii cretl by n Woman. las & Wells. ' few) tary International Committee, !Nev f? i fi Another great discovery has been b York. lady m this made and that too, bv a NEW YORK FASHIONS. Friday Evening. country. 'Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she with7:30 Song Service. whipcords are made into stood its severest tests, but her vital or- tailor costumes, with no trimming save 7:13 Address of AVelcome. Bev. J. KKjRgg m&&t&&mmsimvE!ii9&mBsa gans wereutidermiued and death seemed auiiui.iucnmoiui. of the seams. WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK. Next week imminent For three months she Besponse. Separate basques (or basquines) are Monday Only Ladies' Fleeced-line- d incessantly and could not provided for the same costumes. They coughed 8:15 Address: The Development sleep. She finally discovered a way to are attached to a separate bolt, and of a Higher Spiritual Life Among ColHose worth 20cts for lOets; Good Machine recovery by purchasing of us a bottle ol may be worn or laid aside at pleasure. lege Students. President W. C Bob Thread. 200 3Tards spool for 2c. : 12 yds Torshon Dr. King's 'ew Discovery for ConsumpLace for 4c; Bargains in Ladies' and Gent's Birds, wings, feathers and quills of erts, D. 1) , Centre College, Danyille. tion, and was so much relieved on taking all kinds are so much in evidence as to Saturday Morning, December 10. Underwear and Hosiery. first dose, that she tlept all night and indicate another winter ot chicken mil9:00 Praise Service. with two bottles has been absolutely linery. 9:30 Topic: The Representative cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz.' Diy Goods, Notions and other articles. Reso l altairs, ladies having College Association at work. At Thus wiites AV. C. Hamnick & Co., of member the name Avhen in doubt. t white pique skirts can, with (a) The Religious Meeting. W. I. Shelby, N. C Trial bottles free at impunity, wear them with white, light MeNair, Louisville. Perry & Thomas' Drugstore. Succes or dark waists of fancv style. MEIGHEN, (b) The .Missionary Department. AV. bins to V. ti. White. Regular size COc While the Mother Hubbard frock J. Parker, Intiucoilegiate Secretary, (nov2.My) RICHMOND, KY. Cit. Main and Ciikapsidi: every bottle guaranteed. 4 and still holds its own, yet the most Chicago, HI. little girls of six years and upwo11:C0 Addres: Missions and ON HON. G. C. A COLORADO EDITORIAL AND TIMEINC1 FINE WATCHES wards, ate arrayed in belted dresses. itual Life. Rev. AH Work Guaranteed. H. Sweets REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. GILBERT OF KENTUCKY. The belts are frequently formed of Louisville.. overlapping rows of ribbon, or ruch Saturday fR. M. Force, :u Durango Democrat, Nov 23. fternoon. nigs, to be in keeping with the neck In the Eighth Congressional district of 2:00 Prajer Service. ribQ Kentucky Hon. (j. i. Gilbert, a Demo- wrists and shoulder tiimmingof 2:30 Topic: Tlie Bepresentative bon. l,rwVnil y ,v Congress by a crat, has been elected to ju- vTjifi ; Some dainty sets of ermine fur are College Association at Work (Contin- IE3 cfc majorit of 8:S over Davison, the Re shown by Best &. Co., A ued.) and these and publican candidate. The election of (c) Intercollegiate Relations. II. P. make us feel that other divers gloriously for the Air. Gilbert speaks Richmond, Ky. 2nd Iff. many, many childish hearts are to be Andersen. Democracy of the eighth Kentlli-(cl) The Bible Study Department. richly gladdened at Christmas time. Congressional district. Two years ago Suede kid gloves are very fashionable, II. A. Wilbur, state College Secretary, .Mr. Davison was elected to Congress P and are always moie dressy than tlie Ohio from that ciistiict, but. the gold single 4:00 Address: Why a College Stuglace varieties. THESE ARE JUST SAMPLES OF staudard party victory of two ears should Mitdy the Bible. Prof J. very acdraw Indies THE STOCK WITHIN. ao tu that district has now faded in curately of tastematter the line combi dent COME, W. McGarvey, Kentucky University, of color in the the frost of leverseri of this year, and nations, avoiding- shapp contrasts in' Lexington. VIEW AND THE REST IS A SETthat party die a lonely exile on the sea every possible way. TLED FACT. Saturday Evening. j;irt rock, and there will be no compen Though diilicult to make up, crepe sating benelit that it can point to for 7:30 Service of Song. de Chine will by no means be aba n all the misery, hard times and ruin that 7:45 Address: The Students of the doued for elaborate costumes. "World United. AV. J. Parker. the mouev power has brought upon the sleeves have crisp little country The enemies to freesilver pulfs at the top. S:I5 Address: Our Young Men Our ?6a Evelyn Carle. had mortal terrors at command, but Most Valuable Possession. G. !N. Mr. Gilbert grappled with them, and Many a household is saddened by Bierce, Chairman Ohio State CommitDress Trimmings. Dress Goods. backed by the honest and noble De death because of the failure to keep on tee, Dayton, O. iucce.ssor to . Collin luocracy fought and over come the ene- hand a safe and absolutely certain cure Sunday, December 11. MILWARD BROWN, graduated embalmer and mies. It was a stubborn fight, and one for croup such ns One Minute Cough For all the neAV aud 4$ The plain 8:30 Devotional Hour iu University funeral director. which success has brought triumphal Cure See that your little ones are up to date Dress Goods i Goods of this season Association Hall. Conducted by Lacy shouts to cheer the prowess of the Doug-hi-s piotected against emergency. cov-- v .require fancy braids. mcluding the-nePHONE 23.?. I. MoHetl, State College Secretary. Democracy. The gratitude of a & Wells. erts, diagonals, ere- We have them in all 11:00 Church Services. lescued party places a bright star in pons, Ettimines, etc., the new designs, scroll 3:00 Men's Meeting. &vz&h I'osloflice rules have been posted in the political horizon of Mr. Gilbert. In We can noA'elties, nouveautes, 7:00 Union Meeting in "the First come to us. years gone by we knew inm. He is an a neighboring town as follows: "No please you in style and Hercules, serpetines, honest man, feat less and patriotic, and letteis will be delivered until they have Presbyterian Church. ( etc. See these trimAddresses: A Message to Men of all along he has been actuated by thote been received. If you don't get a letter price. A Few Points G. N. Bieice. constitutional and conservative princi- or paper on the day.jou expect it, have mings. Jackets, Collars & Collarettes The Opportunity of the College Asples which have ever been characteris- the postmaster look through all the SUPERIORITY- SILKS! SILKS! AV. A. Wilbur. tic of the great Democratic party. !Not boxes. It ought to be there some- sociation. A new line of Ladies" Nowhere else will you flu I The Young Men of Kentucky. Henfor one single moment has he ever where, aud he likes to hunt for it to taylor made Jackets, ( more novelties than here. We abandoned the lime honored principles please you. If your friends don't w rite ry E. Boscvear, State Secretary. tlie new TalTetas "in latest cut and color- - liave all Stripes, Cheeks ombre Farewell Exercises. from Inch the Democratic party has cuss the postmaster. He is to blame. Plaids, ings; also a special lot. effects and plain all are beaureceived stisteiiauce and vitality. Sure If he tells j on there is no mail for you, Over All Other Heaters. of fur collarettes direct ties. The total value of the mineral outly, .Mr. Gilbett has proven himself a put on a grieved expression and say, AVWVW good leader in ti ilaugeious pilgrimage, 'There must be some.' Ho is probably put iu the Dominion of Canida for 1807 from the manufacturer. & me Practically well won his spurs in the hiding your mail for the pleasure of was $2S,000,000. and has Save money by buyingyfe are also Agents for IfiDESTRUCTlSLE AIR BLAST FIRE ECWL, tournament of intellect. He is a man having you call for it two or three times Butterwick's Patterns. from us. ''w' of moral and political honesty, and the a day. Ask him to look again. Produces the following results: lapse of tune will uot obscure the luscombustion of Soft Perfect The largest cannon in the world was tre of his victory. He is clad in the Coal, consuming alt Great Economy ; and Gases, gaining just so b the British when India was rich vesture of argument, eloquence taken in this, much more heat that In other legal attainments, honor and truth aud conquered. Tlie cannon waseastubout stoves Is wasted. true Ameri- the year 1500, and is the property of with the characteristics SHORT LINE TO ' to Richmond, Ky. Main can stateinan he will command respect chief named Cbuleby Koomy Khau, of M$f The Cross Draft3 from the Co I, causes th-ofheatthe to bo radiated to the floor Instead when he takes his seat in the halls ol Ahnieduugger The inside of the gun -cell ng. Ilka other direct draft stover. tlie batiuual Legislature. Mr. Gilbert is fitted up with seats, and is a favorite Great Satisfaction in this. stands for the coinage of silver and gold place for British officers to go for a Best Line to av"wss"v at the ratio of 1U to 1 and upon that quiet noonday smoke. ARKANSAS, TEXAS, Perfect control or the fire, i platform won his splenuid victory Great Comfort so an even heat can be main MEXICO It is mean to wish any man who has Slieibtf count v, his home, together with tained, and a good fire kept LtNRICtCC-,- " . MSAT, ECCICr-- , . never injured one a term in State's, in this. .! . .1 AND CALIFORNIA. oter night. alt Hie couuues in me eiguui uisiru-n. Pullman and the entire fetate of Kentucky win prison, but if they could prove the ville every Tourist Sleeping Car leaves LouisWill Burn Any ICnd of Fuel wiih Equal Ss'Isfaction Thursday night and runs through have cause to be proud of him. Mr. charges agaiust Senator Quay show to San Francisco. your ticket agent for particulars or write used the public money criminalAsk Gibjit is exceptionally a brainy man that he to K II. Fowler. Traveling Passenger Agent, anu is destined to become one of Ken ly, convict him of conspiracy and sen-- e Louisville, Ky. Free ReclfniDg Chair ice him to a moderately long term Memphis and New Orleans. Cars Louisville to tJcky's great men. it would be a step ahead for popular A. 11. HANSON, WM. A. KELL0ND. goverment. Yilloiv Jaundico Cured. G. P. A , Chicago A. U. P. A., Lonisvillc. "When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CORE is guaranteed Suffering humanity bhould be supplied to cure you.- - It is tho discovery of an eminent physician. with eveiy means possible for its relief. No Knife ! No Intarruption of Business ! It is with pleasute we publish tte folfirsb treatment brings immediate relief. It has certify that I was The lowing: "This is to cured thousands, and will cure you. a terrible sufferer from Yellow Jaundice Sr Gentry. ) West Virginia's cliief magistrate recommends the National Catarrh (.Successor SIR. T. c. WILCOX, prominent merchant, politician for ovei six months and was treated by Remedy and Nerve Tonic. and chief of the Chattanooga Fire Department, says : some of'the best physicians in our city was Alter years of suffering, DON'S PILE aud all to no avail. Dr. Bell, our drugto me. The use of one box effected a permanent cure. gist, recommended Electrict Bitters, I voluntarily give you this statement, hoping it w.ll be the means aud after taking tw o bottles I was entireof bringing your wonderful remedy la the atten'ion of other3 sufare slow to speak for publication. This is befering with piles." ly cured.' 1 now take great pleasure iu cause their influence is so great. The endorse' Price 51.00, Prepaid to any Address. recommending thetn to any person sufment of Governors, Senators anil Congressmen P " am WHAT SMALL & fering with this terrible malady. I 11 j.jDi gnarantees merit. Public words of praise from giatetinly yourd, M A. Hogarty, Lexwo do with Philippines such prominent officials must be based on positive CHATTANOOGA, TENN. That la the question with ) knowledge. The recognition which the catarrh remedy ington, Ky." which the big guns of tiro III & Thomas' Druggist. is constantly receiving by men of national Nations are wrestling. Sotd by Petry fame as very gratifying. Among recent letters from 4 Succetso b to W. u. Wiuie persons of eminence is the following from of West Virginia. The governor says: m Hfel r The crown of England is valuable 1 H We have our opinion, In enou,u 10 fuut.d imfa dozen moderate CuaiUxstoX, "West Va. , March 0, 1S0S. we don't propose to give it for Medicine Co., Columbus, O. Tfie colleges. The twenty diamonds round octj- ly nothing- - and until we get our 1 : 'I can recommend your prethe circle are worth $150,000; two as a tonic Its reputation scription fifty-foprice, we'll keep it to ouiselves. large centre diamonds, $20,100; as a cure for catarrh is excellent, it having diamonds in the angle, smaller But we give free advise on been used by a number of people known to 'vrethe properties of' $270,000; four crosses, each composed Footweai- - where to get it, how 9 me with the very best results." tone which satisfy I T v. bSdiamonds, $G0,OtO; four s3SOi of twenty-fiv- e to keep it, how to wear it, and Very truly, ? jam .tii us. o o jl ?F VIST tne musical ear. large diamotids on the top of the cros Gov. G.W. Atken80i when to wear it. One make of Piano may nave one, another two, another three ses $20,000; twelve large diamonds in We fit you perfectly free of Catarrh is the national disease. Not .5 of tnese properties. & c tin fleur de lis, $50,000; eighteen small an American family is free from it. charge also. All we charge you one.- - in the saine, $10,000; pearls and The search for relief and cure is confor is the shoes we sell you and diamonds ou the arches and crosses, stant. Experiments of all kinds arc then we sell you for $300 and forty-si- x continually made without result foe $50,000; also one hundred and $4.00 as good a shoe as you are good. Ignorance of the causes and ones, $2o,000; twenty-sismall in the habit of paying $5.00 and x V nature of catarrh is universal. Catarrh x in the upper cross, $1E0,000; two ijLis elusive, persistent, penetrating. It $6.00 for. circles of pearls about the rim, $15000. may exist in uiiy orgau ui iuc uouy. - If j'ou will call and see us, precious stones, exclusive of Value of For this national malady there exists meftil, $320,000. we will convince you. the national scientific remedy which for forty years has been doing a telegraph officials have Xondon grand work. . 9 brought to light a curious case of wire Gov. G. W. Atkinsox is tho unflinching foo of obstruction. It was foiiud that mes olWestVirtiaii catarrh and overcomes It wherever it in raxt dlxife. If aoa&ta Hu ta;m all'Di harcaoioui cccibisacs. sages were lost somewhere between may exist. It is the tirescription of Dr. Ilartman, President of tho Surgical ElabHshaJ25yc. &ic 5TOtfi. write w. y Clinton and Market Deeping, and em- , Hotel, Columbus, O., who gives personal attention, without charge, to a G"Qc? dibcpy-catarrhal" diseases. Dr. Hart-- , ployees were sent there. They voluminous correspondence on the subject of IH a 3, YiB&t snake hanging from man's booMf o estarrh are mailed on application. All druggists sell m , rtred li four-fo7-WgS- 83 any dreggfet' for a free.P.eiru-n- a Almanac for'tho year. 18W.. "', the wire. ' fif Vuu ;;.,rui;,,;;i; AV4I Absoxvieiy ROYAL SAKINQ POWDER Baking Powder ..... 5g?vivvvv5 frW9frwfrfrfrfrfr jSVjf f i;l laDisomesi NUMBEK 2T. ci i3t:.3 mmi NEW m sound-mone- y 111 11th-Larg- e A fesi Hrst-Clas- n al -- atallf 5$ .RMERr-Tic26-6- Jeweler The sensation of the week on m& Main Street is the complete Bgj .fed and beautiful bedroom scene llli ! 3$ d. -- rfei Two-tone- d vanci t. fcJ'Fon H 4 5M09 y pipj i & W ft The IVIaine Commission Co. It is a posithre wonder semi-forma- well-cu- Manager, 61-0- te Spir-Jlen- ry JH rW JL IEjL Onr-- :.iiLr Street, Sv GO TO WiJi) N m m much elegance and comfort can be gathered into a store without tlie magic touch of man to arrange it. But it is there, the admiration nf mi, Tl w. J.nu room set in one window, te$ is rivaled by the parlor set in the other. how (HI ions Store m ) Close-fittin- g I IS, cf NEVILLE MDBERLE Dress w r2 mm ! To-da- ill tJi, adiant tj&cjna . ir j last I ME B of-- a pi White Hj -- - New Orleans Street, bibson.ll l41. i - .1 I i jjijirfl LiH ' j Dufi-GiL- FOR SALEIBY j Endorsed bythe Governor Pe-ru-n- a, D.B. Shackelford &Co. to Shackelford TTk I I'e-ru-n- a EPRESENTAT VE MEN Richmond, Kentucky. DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, WA Governor-Atkinso- ilrii gllllllllllgi - Pe-rti-J- ta GEh"n-EMEX- ur f I'e-ru-- 1 m QIS&LIT9 KIS0HMGE Y ft 1 jt x dia-mou- ds r'.B. sm. M Ajrf JWi s .- Pc-ru-- wl Street, ill Pe-ru-n- a a. tit- Way&cr Org.' ".i" : rs &i' Ft Maypo EacU k FreemaiiBros., I. r. sk " 3 w? ;f yj, ' "'J A. J- - ?' tl 4 4 ', F. s ifc.f ,S ;h V fgn . '.:-- !-- . IT, - The Richmond Climax. C WOODS, Associate Editor. EDXESDAY. DEC. 189S. rUBLJSHF.U XVESV WKDNKSDAYUT t IT lh m BH One of the handsomest pieces of color "Nobe" week and work issued this year. Lithographed, ped his crop of tobacco last40 per hunYEAR, $1.50. PRICE PER sold it on an average of f0 emblems dred, making anet price, after paying Hon. G. K. Lilly attended Irvine with border of army and navy So.40. ANNOUNCEMENT embossed in gold. Leave your name expenses, of aboutcrop of As Mr. Smith court- hurley this is had an extra good Mr. W S. Hume is at home from with our druggist and ask him to save considered extremely low. AUDITOR. FOE Smith says d such prosperity, give you a copy or send 6 cents in stamps We are authorized to announce JOHN' B. the west. him small pox, chicken pox, hog chol CHENAULT, of Madison county, a candidate C I. HOOD & CO., and seven Miss Lucy Crow is at home from for one to era, the Cornier-Journ- al ior the office ot state Auditor, subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention. Danville. Lowell, Mass. year itch, but he does not want to hear any more Republican boasts of better paper. Miss Anne Freeman is at homo from Mention this times and prices. Madison count Stanford. A Mr. Davison's speech at Richmond will have to be revised along that line, farmer, who reads, and learns, and Mrs- - J. W. Zaring is at home from wherein he declared these arc the thinks for himself, has handed us a rt Shelbyville. 'best times in history." That our line of Men's Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best of It- - G. Durl fc Co., on the condiHood's Sarsaparilla is Col. Dan Dougherty was in CincinMoved to Richmond. in the city. T! also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls. My Medtion of trade-fu- r September. America's Greatest nati last week. family have moved and stock of goods is to numerous too mention so wilL quote only a fev prices con1 ts conclusions from miserable icine for the Blood and the to Mrs. Jo Dunnwhere they will make Messrs. Sam Tudor and Jett Smith, Richmond that are now making them go : ditions of ceitaiu branches of trade, of Ford, ppent Sunday in the city. Best that Money Can B113'. their futuie home. Her oldest son, nothing short of a cold blooded inare Hence take only Hood's. Dr. M. Dunn, located there early in the Mr. J. B Kobards, of Danville, is in Blankets, 10-- for 3Sc. to $5.00. summer, and liked the Blue Grass 60 sult to intelligent, free ltorn American well that his brother David, mother, Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. such to take the city, the guest of Dr. Moss Gibson. And we ask all disMr. G. A. Koy. the hustling manager Richmond, and Mr. and Mrs. W. II. and sister, Miss Stella, decided to purLadies' Wool Skirts, 50c. time to read what this supposedly the Louis, arrived Mon- pose of their property here and unbiased source of mercantile informa- ot the Southern Lumber Co., was here Greenleaf, of St telegram announcing chase property there. They accordLadies' Vests, 15c. and up. day in answer to last Friday. ingly in tion tries to ratn down our throats. Ladies' All-woHose, 19c. the death of their mother A writer in a goodrented a homelive the city, bought AV Vm 0 miles out from farm aboat Anderson has returned the Lancaster Record speaks thus of Miss Martha Spool Cotton, lc. and up. .y "With actual jisiymcnts through clear postown, paying $4,000, and will taku "- ing houses I!l 2 per cent larger than in t0 Cvnthiana, after a delightful visit to the deceased: "Such women have session the first of the" year. This is an 100-Yar- d Spool Silk, 5c. more to exalt and emoellish hu181)1', ll cannot, done ue Miss Frances Young. ;." the same week of ."; 12 Yards Lace, 5c. man life, than all the orators, philoso- excellent family and will be greatly ! said that business is in any sense falling of earth. While missed both in church and social cirMiss Mary Little attended Miss Hinda phers and ministers otr, and yet many are complaining beHandkerchiefs, lc. aud up. cles. The Herald takes pleasure in cause the amount realized as profit is Helm's party Monday night at the living they deserve a blighter crown recommending them to the peonle of Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up. than any that ever decked the brow of smaller than was formerly "realized hi Gait House, Louisville. Caesar, and over their remains the the citv of Richmond. Bursville Herper yard. Brown Cotton, good times. The man who sold $10,000 Mr. Daniel Mitchell, formerly of this chiselled marble should be reared until ald. north of products hail a profit of perClothing, $2.00 a suit and up. haps $1,00 in lSUi, and yet he selN place, but now of Carrolton, is visiting it kisses the skies. Let this and the Local Option Meetings. Overcoats, $2.50 and up. il-.tworth of the same produrt in friends and relatives in this city and rising generations follow her example, Handbills announce the following life, aud the world will bo live her his 1S08 ami is not happj because meetings in behalf of local option: much better." Always watch for my advertisement, I can save you money. profits are but $000. But in almost fiery count. t ourt House, Tuesday night, Col J Hon. Lucus Moore, commissioner itnutcii of Imfitw, tnnle it uvu- transacted on W. (Japerton and others. during Colored Baptist church, Dr. G W. tmrrtrteer wryN of nvfit than in any of agriculture was entertained T&cab &oo&s )oeev Young and others. his recent visit here by Mr. and Mrs. lime. 4vr Chapel. Rev. Hubert and Taylok To the wife of Mr. Con Methodist Brutus J. Clay. "Tkrrr it a great change, and erhap a others Taylor, a handsome girl. , i the jiereenUiye of profit Hon. "W. B. Smith, of Richmond, a The above meetings were held last jwrmmna night. ilrritebtt from lrn4f ami manufacture a prospective candidiite for the Demo- East End Christain Chapel. Rev. V. w, m in the jtrUt eUaimMe by tiansjior-Jrtv- tcratic nomination for Governor, was in R. Lloyd and otheis, Wednesday night. city Friday. Bourdon News. the n ll Colored Methodist church, Rev. t Cain. Eugene Cain, the and others, Thursday night. "Ptt$Nwhv cirilizatoti cull for a lower Capt. Sam Duncan entertained at a harbor at Tevis' Shop, died Thursday Court House Prof. J. D. Clark, P. 11. ruHfcef profits in4of jiriees. at the volume handsome stag dinner last Friday, in in Spencer county. Sullivan, Thursday night. n Marion F. Todd, a f lmi& tmimrl wrreaser, in order to honor of Adjutant W. K. Cabell, of Todd. HowColored Baptist citizen of Madison, aged 70, is ard Broaddus andchurch, Rev. mabr paviUr imtrotMenl in Uie Middlesboro. Lancaster Record. others, Thursday Cor. Main and 1st Sts. Richmond, Ky. follow ingchildren: dead. He leaves the " the wwliftfi mUiolf.,, Miss Bessie Buck waiter, of Winches- H. B., W. C, C B., B M., aud Tlios. night. There will bo a grand rally at the I H order to do what? To starve the ter, guest of Miss Curraleen Smith, was X. Todd, and Mrs. C. T. Wells. Burial Court house and colored Bapiistchuich real pro- one of the most beautiful and beauti- yesterday in Richmond Cemetery. v flv sm sm ym v v laborer and the farmer the 7S 7 7fl 7. i on Friday night and meetings will be Hkatiiman. At the residence of his siddnssed by bth white and colored ducers of wealth jnto a state of submis- fully costumed young ladies at the son-i- n law, B. B. Million, Joseph minibtets of the city, also Col. J. W. sion and iwt to improve his already Masonic Ball Heathman, in the S2d year of his "ge. Caperton, P H. J.D.Clark, Bright. Julie Higgins, Anna Crutcher, m Does not promiserable condition! a Miss Tempie Oldham will move her Burial in Richmond Cemeterv. One L. II. Blautou and other prominent Curraleen Smith, Kathleen Poyntz. gressive civilization alsi demand that stock of millinery on the first of Jan- child, Mrs Million, survives him. We citizens of the city. -- V Messrs C. M. llantia, Shelbyville; 0 V. . . B Temperance mass meeting at Bbee-low- n M, A? Scovill, Lexington; K ,W. Robthe reverse shall become true that, as uary to the rooms above D. P. Armer's have very kindly recollections of the . mmn 4 Wednesday night, also at inson, Missouri; R S Moses, Louis-vil'- 8o- -' tm, 9 ... a millions" reach jewelry store were she will welcome deceased being one of our first acquaint profits tojlhe 4 M S m Si R ances in the county. He was an hon- College Hill Thursday night. Dr. Young Cynthiana: M. F. E G Harri'-on- , Q n Mr nH B m W tA 3 H m a "lower range," the rich shall become her many iriends. io ored and useful citizen. M and Rev Hubert will be present and Johnson, Pewee Valley; Lucas Moore, flat q ee mx mM a m hk richer, the jHMjr poorer? When the m m s 9 Mm address the meetings. i Lebanon; S. II. Stone, Frankfort; C. M ) Misses Lillian and Mollie "Waller, 1 gf fi JPHb m "workinginillions"voted for McKiiuVy, Rev W. R. Lloyd will address the Miller, LaG range; C E Woods, T. J. . The Local Option Fight. B Bag B HI H 0 Iff A Jf very attractive young ladies of citizens at Dovlesville Thursday atter-noo- Mobeile,K. T. Burnam, W. R. Shackpro4oetou,aud the -- ingle gold standard, two Call high license what it is easy Dec. S, at 2:30; at Union City elford. T. .1. Lackey W. S. Hume, J. Ford, arrived in the city last week to .' were their ears saluted with such a revenue from vice- Baptist church at 7 o'clock p. m , same Talbot Jackson, J. A Sullivan, J. R.. Iwpi-les- s Every man ought to know what the day. promise? Has the visit Mr. and Mrs. George White. Gibson, S. Neville Moberlev, Allen ..OG On and after January 1st, 1800, our Miss Lillian returned home Monday. law of God is against the drink traffic. truth dunned at last, and is its awful- Zaring, J. W. Watts, "Wallace Yates unto him that giveth his 0 How's 1 Ins? terms will be Mr. Chas. It. Tudor, who for the "Woe by the beguiling Mason. Harry Clay bhackelford, Ed. R. ness so illy conrealed drink," and this also means Sherley, 111., ar- neighbor him that voted to license a We ofier One Hundred Dollars Re- Blanton, Keats fcpeed. L M. Smith, cc "Progressive civilization past year has been at heattrnee: woe unto 8 calls for loner profits in order to rived home on Saturday Inst, and will man to give Ids neighbor drink. "No ward for any case of Catarrh that can- IN. Backmau, John Allen, S. E.Booker, OQ e condition of the working mil- remain tor several months, the guest of drunkard shall inherit the kingdom of not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Will H. Stone J. J. Greenleaf, James the Owen Strother, Joe TeA'is, lions?" heaven," and this means the same to F J. CiinxEY& o., Props., Toledo, 0. Wagers, White, Leslie Evans, Cabell friends and relatives in this city and We, the undersigned, have known Henry We hare attempted to run our business by co6 the man who votes for a trap to make r Not a dozen individuals in county for the SO llecting our accounts the first of each month, drunkards. "He that turneth away F J Cheneyperfectly last 15 years, and L henault. ee lwld the flattering unction tnuv believe honorable in all 00... -J. M. Davis, railway clerk on the run his ear from hearing the law, even his business him SO ,.,.-..- , but have been unable to collect them all J transactions, .and financially A Temperance Mass Meeting Preparing u.e bPtWten Cllia,so and Louisville on the prayer shall be an abomination." io i.KSir h. uih 11113 ..re .. uift., 06 promptly. V e are therefore compelled to 6ell go o able to carry out any obligation made lot of There ate a christians by their firm. For The Election Saturday. ' to Monod.hasbeen transferred to the Rich in Richmond offering up to God borne for CASH that We may pay cash for our goods, working KMfle are Imt "well-to-d- o West &Tkua., Wholesale Druggists, The worst weather of the season did Sax.- mond and Rowland run, succeeding prayers of abomination, then, because 09Q and will endeavor to make it Io the interest of men" uomrttmsl with thoM!!r,(HX)iuulti Elmore Estes, who will be given the thev are deliberately turning away Toledo, O. Vlmxcs, Kixnax & M.vu-vi- not deter a house full of citizens from 08 the trade to do business with us. We have a Whol-p.ila s Druggists, Toledo, 0. of the Chicago-LouisvilMillionaires w ho own attending the temperance mass meet & Jour- from God's law when they aid the run. Stanford 68 nice hne of Staple and Fancy Grsccrics, Ilall'6 Catarrh Cure is taken inter- ing on aunouy night. With less inliquor traffic by their vote. wealth of our nation We all, here in nal. upon the blood clement weather the court house could 9 Qucenswaro and Glassware, &c. Give us a It does not pay to have fifty working nally, acting directly ot Kentucky. lilu)ig to lliat other sevene call, examine our stock and got prices. In the current issue of the Richmond men poor and ratified in order to have and mucous sarfaces Sold the system. not have contained tiie crowd that 9o..- O0 Drug-gibtty millions who Iabor,and it is to usthis by all one saloon keeper dressed in broad- Price 75c. per bottle. would have been present. 9 GM" iSGoods exchanged for country produce Qfto. Testimonials fiee. hireling presumes to speak in authorita- Ci.iHA.v Clarence Woods indulges in cloth and Hush of money. 9 The ministers ol the city conducted some innocent pleasantries with the 9S Hall's family Piils are the best, lm It does not py to have ten smart, tive tones. 0 the meeting, which was a union of all ball game and the special tel- - active, aud intelligent boys transoe t A, ..n .1..... ....r,n ..?!. ..11 4lw. a.l.Itl.f late foot the churches, in a spirit irrespective of The Masenic Ball. ephone wire to Danville is his texts. formed into hoodlums and thieves to .Many politics or other conditions. CO Towering loftily iu the height of its non eiitirch members were also nreaent. vi conscious jrjt;r j ui itrii iu iiiruiiiuij l ,, e dances over our corpse in a way enable one man to lead an easy life l four htories of brick and mortar, over- AililrnhkiK. itr insifln l,r I'uvs .Inciter selling them liquor. 3 sjKMs as one man ui uie pout, voic that is sinful to behold. Danville Ad"OG It does not pnj to have scores of our looking ftaternally its lesser neig- K. Smith anil W. U. Lloyd The local SO efor the double standard and restore the vocate. es homes blasted, ruined, defiled, aud hbor, the Masonic Temple, was not on- option election in the Richmond, FJhs-to- n 0 old time profits to our toil. The laborMAIN ST., RICHMOND, KY. WEST turned into miserv, in order that seven ly msjesti, viewed on the outshle Fri.;;O0 When you go awav ou a visit or and Union precincts, which takes e8.V. er is still- - worthy of his hire. Tl e keepers may amass suug little day mglit, but was within the n'yal of place next Saturday, between the hours :;..;o anyone visiting you, the Cujiax saloons the bcene of fair women aud brave ot li a in. and 4 p. in. is the cause fortunes. frieadsof siher are largely those who'e have v i wants to know it. Don't blame the famed old time revelry. in behalf of which this meeting w;i It does not pay to keep six thousand men of the ears are attuned to the heart throbs f 9 90M0000CO00000000000C0a0000O09000000000 t hospitals, For within the Temple's grand walls, men in down-trodde- n humanity, and these are editor because he omits these happen- and one the penitentiaries aud asylums, was its initiatoty ball and banquet, and held. .Mr. timtti took his text from the thousand in lunatic table and dehered an address in his ings of yours. He's nota mind reader. they that toil. God give us leaders expense indus- Alnddin'b lamp ne'er shown on sweetDrop us a postal, leave your item at at the taxpayers, of the honest, a few er girl faces, more stately matrons, gal- characteristic, earnest aud convincing out of which BANK REPORTS. m order that trious like Bryan pure, absolutely blameless any intention manner, $3.00 The Governmcntgetb office, or better still, call up 09 or may grow richer by running rum shops lant men, or more enthusiastic .Masons, ot abusing lie disclaimed threw upon anybody, nut in private or public life, brain;, bril- the 40 DEPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE The Fanner gets.&ome object to voting against the li and we know that no magic ever the citizens of Richmond the entire liant, patriotic, even particle of his 53. 1.C0 Madison National Dank. No. 1790, at The Iiailrojd gets on the ground they do evoked more rapturous music than did responsibility for the existence of the T. Jackson left this week for censed saloon Mrs. E. 100 Richmond, in the State of Kentucky, at the The Manufacturer gets snleadid manhood to battle against not believe in what they call sumptu- Saxton and his immortals bring forth liquor trallic in our midst. close of business, December 1, 1833. 7.00 TheSaloonist Danville and Campbellsville. Her ary legislation, i. e., baying ty law from their euchauted instruments ou might for light "And to ttiis citizenship I earnestly The drinker's share is the delirium health is vastly improved", and we w hat the people shall eat aud drink. It this occasion. RESOURCES. "For the cnim; that lacks assistance. The work of finishing the temple and appeal to place itself on lecoid as op- tremens. Kilt there still remains much seems strange that any intelligent man 16 For the wrtmg that needs instance. tnM her visit in Kentucky will result should so epeak, but such is the case. the success of its completion, and the posed to the evil, aud thereby let the to be apportioned The drinker's fam- Loans and discounts and unsecured $291. :23 23 Overdrafts, secured 9.55G in the permanent restoration of her Do we not legislate on the subject of finale of the nn.ur has Oeenau untiring icsponsibility for its existence ily has a share misery noverty, suffer- U. . Honds to secure circulation 100,000 (10 For the future in the distance, health. She is a gifted, cultured lady, cigarettes and various kinds ol foods, labor of love of our Past Grand Master solely upon those iu its favor. Our in- ing; the community has a share it Stocks, securities, etc. 6,100 55 Ami the good that I can do ' and we are pleased, indeed, to number prohibiting certain kinds altogether? J. Speed Smith, and in his precarious activity andallsilent coaleseiice in the losses honorable ami useful citizens, Other real estate and mortgages 8,661 60 equally accountable for and gets in their place sots aud va- Dueowned. National Banks (not Rehold us such a man should remember that the health it has served as an incentive to evil from 1 It was rejiorted yesterday that the her among our most valued frieiuN. 7,1.72 OS Supreme Court of the United States his energy, and a tonic to his strength, the lesults of its legalized sale.seek do grants. Total result loss of manhood, Dueserve agents)Banks and Goe-from State to health, happiness, comfort, sustenance, Bankers Court of Appeals had decided the Master "Willie Marstella, of Rich- has decided in the case of California vs. and he, though far from well, has never not hate the the sinner, but Due from approved reserve agents 53,261 21 Bill constitutional. If it be other- mond, spent Thanksgiving with his Christiansen that no citizen has an let the i'ttereut flag, nor the enterprise convert aud reclaim him; my only ob- labor, money, peace, order. Who Internal Revenue btamps ... 1S8 (0 Notes of other National Banks 1,200 00 right to retail intoxicating liquors, drag, ami to his wonderful perbistencj ject of haired is the sin itself.is But trains when all lose so heavily? wise Congretb will oust every Dem-iH-r- grandmother, Mrs. Nannie Fish Mr. not these aie the days when he who of Fractional paper currency, nickels The saloon is the foster-hom- e push fostered by his l'he follow ing the and cents lateh elected in this .tate J. B. Embry left Tuesday for the Isth is no inherentisifcht decision: "There and of the success and fiaternal love, with us is against us, no matter under gambling. The gambler finds his prey Lawful money reserve in bank, viz: finish is due, in a citizen to sell much "What guise he sails." and drives his business iu the saloon. Specie J 8,100 00 inus of Tehauntepec, Mexico, where he intoxicating liquors by retail; it is not so, all honor to him and his faitnlul Legal-tenanotes Mr. Smith, who is a Georgian, pro- The card table is a part of the ma- Redemption fund with U. S. 3,000 oo 11,600 00 and his brothers, Messrs. Wallace and a privilege of a citizen of a Suae or of Treas'r The banquet hall situated ou the nounced tins the most favored spot on chinery of corruption by which the sa(5 per cent, of circulation) 4,500 00 Henry F.uibry. Louisville, and Talton the United States." The statistics of every State show a greater amount of second floor of the Temple, and used earth, here the earth yields the great- loon catrie3 on its business against the Embry, Cincinnati, own a cattle ranch. crime aud misery attributable to the Friday night as a ball room, is largo and est of abundance and meu are far- $493,660 95 Total . g of society. The saloon not Jessamine Journal. LIABILITIES. use ot anient spirits obtained at these grand, the lights well arranged and lamed for their chi airy aud hospitality. onlv footers crime in the individual. hut packs municipal caucuses, dictates Capital stock paid in can't .$200,000 00 Riilway Mail Clerk Elmore Estes, of retail liquor saloons than to any other sutlicient, and the ventilation is good. "And yet they tell me, we from get candidates, e'ects them, bribes them iu Surplus fund the 40,000 00 of its opening ball, the along without the revenue Ou this ocea-io- n source. Lkxin'gton, Ky. Richmond, who was called to this place profits, less expenses and proud state, and announce many cafes until'they are oblivious, of Un dividedpaid But Local Option is not sumptuary legis- floor was as smooth as glass, and almost saloons. Go, taxes 8,063 32 a week ago by the illness of his mother, lation. It does not say that a man shall a mirror in its ability to reflect. it to the world that you are a moral the lawlessut si that constantly passes National Bank notes outstanding 89,935 00 and Due to State Banks and Bankers 2,763 83 Our friends from neighboring cities bankrupt, willing to turn your golden before then'. Hence has returned to Richmond. Mr. Estes not rfrinfc intoxicating liquors, but bim-pl- y lent us their beautiful women, and sent giant into the fiery demon, aud edu- linmesiu our cities are nimeor less nn-d- Individdal deposits subject to check. 152,833 80 that ho shall not traffic in them has recently been promoted by the dethe power Of the saloon, where it us men of whom to bo proud, as evi- cate your children and pao your $193,660 95 Total Go partment in which he is employed and shall not sell and deal in retail liquor dence of their fraternal fellowship, and stieeis with tho revenue that is wrunn exists. The day must come, ami the STATE OF KENTUCKY, J business. Here is a great difference his run is now from Louisville to Chi- If the law says you shall not eat rotten glau Kichmomi came with outstretched irotn the heart of ttie wife and widow oooner tho better when this menace to County op Madisox, j d I, C. D. Chexaclt, Cashier of the cago, one of the most important in the beef somebody might object on the hands and open hearts, and joined in anil that oiphaus and debauches your our homes, our civilization, and our do solemnly that ground that you are deprived of your pleasure making till 8 o'clock a. m. children. 1 assume to keep no man's very national life must be wiped our. bank, is true to tho swear of my the above stateMEf VOD BUY CAItPEIS. service. Glasgow News. ment best knowledge and personal liberty, and that it isum;tuary atuaday,hen even little feet grew conscience;! assume to judge 'for no At the conclusion of Mr. Lloyd's ad belief. C. D. CHENAULT, Cashier. Miss Nancy YanMeter entertained legislation, but it the law says you weary and bright ejes felt like hiding man that 1 am better than any man, dress a collection of nearly $59 was Remember that the design, the Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th 1 have "a boy, taken up to help defray the cost of day 6f December, 1898. 1 say ttiis to you: uut J. W. Chooke, lilending of colors, the grouping the Fortnightly Club last Friday after- shall not give, or sell it to your fellow with the setting stars. Notary Public. citizens, why it is a horse of The menu was elegant and elaborate, as dear to me as the ruddy drops that holding tho' election, tho entire exCoehect Attest : of figures and the PRICK are all noon at her elegant home in the Mul- different color, Citizens of an entirely tinder the supervision of our famed gather about his heart. I tind my pense of which the local optionists, Richmond WALLER BENNETT, berry neighborhood. A large atten- have a right to say what shall aud what Mrs. Jo Willis, which means it was nopes already centering iu his little calling for the election, must pay. uutteis of grave importance. JOEL W. OIBBS, ! DIRECTORS llevs. Owens, Blanton, and Hubert take II B.DILLINGHAM, W have studied these points dance was present. A unique featnre shall not be an article of trade in their the best, and in a word the whole thing body, and 1 look to him city. Local Option says you shall not was a success, looked at from auv and tue work that, strive as I may, miisi also participated, by reading and through a lifetime in the Carpet of the entertainment was the plan of sell it not you bhatl not drwfc it. ever point of view. Those prestiJt wete: lull imiiiiisticu at last from my hands. prayer. Similar meetings will be held business and are, in addition to the hostess in having her guests affect .Major and M s. C. 1 Burnam, Gov, AoM', 1 know that they say it is proper throughout tho district and last night The saloon must go. Its doom is our experience, able to give you the garb of the new woman and award- sealed. It is only a question of time and Airs. J. B, McOreary, Major and educate a boy at home; that if he to Col. Jas W, Caperton was to have adthe benefit of the purchasing ing a prize to the one whose effort was aud culture when one shall not be .Mis John D. Harris, Judge aud Mrs taught right he will not go wrong, dressed an audience at the court house best. Miss Madge Hart won the prize. found in the United States. It is now T. J. scott, Mayor and Mrs. Claude t'uts is false to 1 begin with, but that Col Zietder. late Prohibition candidate A dark iron gray horse, power of this Big Store. 11 have seen, sons ol for Congress, is hero and volunteers hands high, heavy mane and tail, old, about my regarded as an evil by the national gov- Smith, Dr. and Mrs. J AJ Poyntz, .Mr. don't matter. came to Shelby Sentinel. ernment, as it prohibits the retail of and Mrs. A. I). Miher Mr. ami Mis R. Borne as good people as ever lived his services. He is a most excellent farm at the mouth of Red River. Madison WISE BUYKIiS OF LEXnCGTOX Mr Alex. H. Logan, who is attend- ardent spirits in some territories'. AlStockton, Mr 'and Mrs. D. Bates turn out bauly. I accept my re- orator and fearless champion of tem- county, on September 10th. Owner can have Not one, but hundreds, have ing Central University at and paving charges perance. The friends of the move- samo by proving property ROBT. PARKER, Richmond, most every denomination of religious Shackelford, Mr and Mrs ILK Bantam, sponsibility us a father. Close the him. beautified their homes from our aud the boy may fall from the ment mav rest assured the opposition ondec7-4in their fctate amlnational gath- Judge and Mm J. 0. Chenault Mr. Doylesville, Ky. spent Thanksgiving with his parents people pass erings the strongest kind of reso- aud Mrs. D. R. Tevis, Air and Mrs. T. right path aaihtugs then exist. If tie s doing its utmost and that the result Carpet Stock. here . . . One of the most delightful of lutions against the liquor traffic. But T. Covington. Mr and Mrs J. Speed does, shall bear that sorrow with such rests entirely with the widewake on ART SQUARES ALL SIZES the season's social functions was the few people of any culture will openly Smith, Mr. and Mrs W E Muncoy, resignation as I may; but I tell you,, it either side. bar-rooC. E. Woods. to S4.50, $5.00. 6.50 AXD S7.C0. reception given b Mrs. James Guthrie champion its cause. There is but little Mr. aud Mrs D. P. Armer, Air. ami I were to voto to lecttlt home drinking now. Nearly all the Mrs T. J. Smith, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. D. ibis city when 1 know it will prosper in honorof Mrs. James Morris Guthrie, TATKSTKY CARPETS a peciul lot States have Local Option or State pro- M. Chenault, Dr. G. W. Evans and iu their absence aud that boy should 57c. 05c AND 75c yestertlay after noon. The Guthrie hibition in part or entirely, the South Airs Evans. Mrs Mary B. Clay, Mrs. tall through their agency, I tell you home is one of the handsomest coun- especially. There are only 14 "wet" Eliza Jackson. Mrs. Joe Wagers, Mrs. J. and this conviction Iihs come to mo in Sii pieces Royal Velvet?, Dark Kich try places in Kentucky and the entire counties" in Mississippi, Georgia is B. Willis. Mrs J. C. Miller. Mrs. J. W. the still watches of the night I could s under Local Option Zaiing. Mrs I.acy L. Bright, Mr. S. S not, wearing the cr&wning sorrow of his Colors, High 1'ile, Splendid Wearing lower floor was beautifully and taste- nearly and nearly one half of Texas and two-thir- Park, Air. 5. 1,. Alulkill, Mr. M. G. disgrace, aud looking Into the eyes ot One deep red, dehorned, nice cow, 800 to 900 - Qualities 85c. $1.10 and $1.25. fully decorated for the occasion Shelof Kentucky are "dry." What a Brown, Prof, and Mrs. Peters, Lexing- tier whose heart he tiad broken 1 could pounds. Other is roan, dehorned, 750 pounds. not, if I had voted to recall these bar- Been lost tv, o weeks . Liberal reward for return by Sentinel. wonderful grow til against the saloon-ha- s ton. J. W. DUNCAN, MissesNora Buckwalter, Massachu rooms, llnd answer for my conscience todec7-2taken place! Let our city of Rich Two former pupils of Science Hill, mond Richmond, Ky. stand to the'front in the line of setts; Caroline Held, Mt. Sterling; or support lor my remorse. I don't Misses Nannette Heath, of Richmond, progress. It is a college town and Marie and Dan Sawyers, Cumberland, know-hoauy other father feels, but and May White Beasley, of Nicholas-vill- e, patents are now more than ever look- Falls, Ky.jKatherine Walker, Tempie fthat is the way I feel. If uou permits will give a complimentary enter- ing for schools for their children where Oldham, Laura Bright, Xell Mershon. mo to utter the truth." "What home is complete withWe are now receiving- all there are no whiskey temptations. If Belle McDowell, Annie Bennett. Sallio Afterwards Kev. Llojd made a out adesk? Its convenience and tainment to their old school friends in we object to their casting their votes Shackelford, Margaretta Smith, Ollie address and dwelt especially upon brief the new things in Picture the comfort doubly pays for the Science Hill chapel, nest Monday with ours to obtain more respectable Baldwin, Fan Watts, MaymeHart. Bir- practical phases of temperance He de Moulding and other pictwith white A slight investment required. "We evening, Dec 5th, from eight to nine laws and environment, they will object die Zaring, Mary Kvaus, Annie Bright, clared that 93 per cent, of the crimes cameblack yearling fillythree months hind feet to tnv nlace about aco and ure framing materials for to giving us their since Owner have'put 12 on special sate this o'clock. The entertainment will con- dren to educate. trade aud their chil- Ethel Terrill, Madge Hart, Mariawillie committed were traceable to drink, and hascalling been cared for. charges.can have same Smith, May Ballard, lizzie Turley, that tho revenue derived from its li- by and paying all the Holiday Trade which Come in nnd see them. sist of recitations by Miss Heath and ' week. J. W. BALLARD. Alas! and alack! that some of our Bettie Tavlor. Ella Tark, Florrie censed sale instead of going to decrease dcc7-lwe will make up and offer White'sStation, Ky. Miss Beasloy. This will citizens should be so blind to the best SG.00 buys a curley birch desk music by taxation, was almost wholly consumed at our usual low price. doubtless be a great treat and io a high interests of the town and of their own Awarded in prosecuting criminals ollendiug with a mirror. V "Wm Boss Lloyd. S5.&) an imp. mahogany desk, compliment to their old friends, all of souls. Highest HonorsWorld's Fair through its agency. Louisville, he de complete, glass, backFrames dared, spent $150,000 above ber license whom are invited, including the friends Major Smith Explains His Position He would be cheap at S8.50. fees for the prosecution of her criminals. ing and wire, 8x10, 25c. of Science Hill in general. Shelby Was Incorrectly Reported. $S.M buys a highly polished, 85 per cent, of whose crimes were come desk, finished in ma- Sentinel. mitted through Intemperance. 'If," Frames, 10x20, $1.00 The statement made by the Register, declared Mr. Lloyd, "it were true that Mis3 Dora Neff, of Richmond, at- doubtless from report enrrent on the hogany. and 1.50. we iied this revenue to pay for water, There are many others in Oak, tended a house party given by Miss streets, that "Mayor Smith and four lightsand streets, better that we go in Por (Carse, McCano, other you want the pick of the Birch and Bird's Eye Maple in Jean Powell. .....Mrs R. E. Douglass Ballard Councilmeu voted for licensdarkness and in mire knee-deethan and Manpln) to know that these luxuries were this sale. It you want n bargain, visited her grandmother, Mrs. S. P. ing the saloons," etc , Mayor Smith newest and best for the bought wifh precious lives sacrificed to you'd better take a look. It will Walters, at Richmond .....Misses Ray very indignautly and positively denies least amount of money The frame residence on a sentiment that is false, inisltadiug, to himself. In the the be worth the trouble. Third Street, this city, belonging Strengaud Edna Sctilegel were two pop- first assertion us being no tie ho could destructive, mid damning .'". aon't neglect tnis oppor place, there to airs. JHry btnitn vakien,-o- f ular visitors from Richmond. Guests not vote, in the secsnd place had there "I challenge any gentleman in this tunity, but call early. now for' rent. Has Danville, is Miss Ida and been he would Imvo voted in the negaof Mrs. Emil Ilhardt community to debate this question besix rooms.t kitchen, back porch, fore an Intelligent audience.' His poBessie Rowland, of Jessamine county, tive and thirdly, he will vote for local collar, coal house, meat house, option. This explanation certainly sition is untenable, he knows it, and corn crib, stable, bugy house, are risking Miss llamlo Pickels at explains. selfishness, moral cowaidice, or honest splendid cistern, grape arbor, Richmond......Mr. J. H. Boggs, has remisconception will be shown as his only plum, peach, apjite. and many Farmer's Institute. ! turned home After a weeks pleasant reasons tor upholding the monster that, shade trees. Rents for $200 per some time, jias drawn its slow, slimy at The Farmer's Institute here, conductvisit with his old friends, brothers, and year. It fs a most desirable resiMOST PERFECT MADE. K. D. Wtf are not neglecting ouraged mother a P.ichmond. Nicholas-vill- e ed by tho Agricultural Bureau of .Ken- A pure Grape Crearti of Tartar Powder. Fre length across almost every threshold in dence in a, fine neighborhood, .main andjbroadway, the community." tucky, Hon. Lucas Moore, Commissionthree squares from postoffice, two 3YU Paper, Window Shade." Paint aad Democrat. from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant Lexington, Ky. er, w as poorly attended by our Jar raers, The pioductaof bnshel of com made Glass-- : btttiaeee, the saints lew cric squares from public school. , . . ... :v etU-lj- Z Mr. and Mre. John Greenleaf, of in whose behalf it was primarily held. jtUo whiskey.is four gallons, worth S1G, j Tdcc7-t- f 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. i' -- '- eaca ana every one jars Ths Climax Printing Go. Prosperity. The largest furnishing goods firm in Kentucky, The Mammoth Clothing House, in Louisville, the biggest advertisers the Courier-Journever had, has gone to the wall. The firm has our sympathy. Wo know ihein personally. But we are not acquainted with that brand of prosperity advertised bo extensively by the C. J. in 'OC. Hkkk's to the Gold Standard and Hood's Mr. B al Calendar is a periect neau-ty, cowea patriotic, up Subject: e. "An American Girl" J. Clay presided. Mr. J. D. Har ris welcomed the distinguished lecturers, and local musicians euterUtine:: between talks. The eifort to show that farming is a science and not all drudgery, is commendable in the Bureau, and we regreat more inteiet was not shown here. Among the most interesting addresses were those by Hon. C. I, tcarcy, Mr Haiina, oi Shelby, Mr. Hobinson, of Mo., and Prof Mason, of Berea. A Low $iAre you married? if so get a divorce and buy where you can get the BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY. Come to my store and convince yourself of the wonderful reduction in Wraps, Dress Goods, Underwear, "Wool Hosieiy, Blankets, Comforts and Notions of all kinds. VV' ARI0 N CLOTHIN PERSONAL. Price for Tobacco. Smith, of Paint Lick, ship- I mean to any particular house, "fcmm!bw re-lo- DON'T FORGET 4, ol Worth of Clothing must be sold by JAIUAnYIST being compelled to remove to my new store house on Main Street next door to Jno. G. Taylor's, I have concluded to remove as few good as possible, and in order to sell same we will close out our stock at Dost and Less Than Cost ! !'' - -- w 3c. K.i - BIRTHS. ixi ot c. DEATHS well-know- aid-we- well-know- K0WEN e; 7I 7 t .......... iiMititiiiiiiiieiiiiiiii .a............................................ .......a..................... -- ll J s ik I r BhHH I hrtks, xJ McKEE, vv yv s Here are a few of the prices pill ' sin rilBTtPLriV 11H Iff iiS ui !0 Suits S10 m Ove- r- mil For d l 2S!iS7 tSbbV II Eoy'b Suits at your own price. 9 I II I I II I -- Children's Suits at 50c and up. Stetson's Underwear at any S5.00 Hats at 83.50. price to close out. cheap to mention. Gloves of all kinds too This Slock is Hew I im-tro- SPOT- - CASH!" ..e ai ot Kin-Iwek- a6 Ills Utesl St;;!::. ...,? - .90 and see us before you buy as we will guarantee to save you. money at gs-Call two-third- e le .6 s. i NS .... ELL 1$, First Street, Richmond, Ky- - NOTICE! All accounts contracted Co. 2oth to be paid to me. nov2-l- w . I hereby serve notice on the public that I am no longer connected with the Diamond Coal up to October ALLEN H. ZARING Two Stray Steers! Two stray steers, weight 750 pounds each, one red with white face; other black and white spotted. Both marked on right hip with paint Strayed from city pens on court day Reward for their recovery. DILLARD BERRYMAN, BrasSeld. Ky. isi Election Notice! State of Kentucky i November Term. Madison Co. Court. November 7, 1SUS. Kicliiiiond, I'liion and Elliston Districts Petition Lool Option: OO TO THE It appearing to the Court that more thn.11 25 per rent, of the legal voters of Richmond, Union and Elliston Districts of Madison County, Kentucky, have petitioned the Court that an election 12 W. Short St., Lexington, Ky. bo held at the voting places f said disJ. "W. "MASTERS, Proprietor. tricts on the 10th day of December, Regular meals 25 cents. Lodging 21 cents. 18'JS, to take the sense" of the legal voMost convenient and centrally located hotel in ters of said districts as to whether or the city. Fine equipped bar in connection. not spirituous", vinous or malt liquors shall be sold, bartered, or loaned in ! said Richmond, Union and Elliston Districts, and that the provisions of the local option law, in said districts shall apply to druggists as well as other reI'jrsons haying claims against the estate of W L. Leeds are notified to file same, properly tailers of liquors It is therefore ordered that this Sherverified, with my attorney. J. C Chenault. on or before the 2d day of January, 1898, otherwise iff of Madison Countv ratue n poll to same wi'l be barred by law. be opened at 7 o'clock a. aud closed nov23-lG.W.EVANS. JR. at 4 o'clock p. m. at the regular voting places in said districts, viz: Court House, City Hall and University, Richmond District, McCreary and Tipton, in Union District, Waco and iu Elliston District, on Saturday, All persons having claims against the estate December 10th, 1S0S, for the purpose of the late Dr. John M. Foster, will present of taking the sense of the legal vol eri same properly verified to my attorneys, J. C A. of saiil districts who are (ualitied to vote D.M. Chenault. MRS. LIZZIE W. FOSTER. at elections for connty officers upon Administratrix. the question whether or not spirituous. vinous or malt liquors shall Ire sold, bartered or loaned in Richmond. Union - and Elliston Districts, and that tho provisions of the local option laws and prohibition in said districts shall apply A red sow with three rings in her nose, to druggist as well as all other retailers -- 51-3- at C.F, BrowerS. English Kitchen, DUl) well-beii.- or Hotice to Creditors Don't it Blindly above-name- 111 w Notice to Creditors! Kava-naug- h, Estray Notice! w nov23-4i- v Estray Hogs, w us Two Cows Lost! Picture weight about 150 pounds, together with a sboat of liquors. came to my place on the Barnes Mill pike, It is near Pond Meeting house, about three weeks the 3rd further ordered that December be and is hereby fixed for the ago and has since been cared for by me. Owner can have same by calling and paying charges. registration of those persons in Richnov23-4JAS. L. WHICKER. mond District entitled to vote at the foretroius? election whoso namp h.ivp Edtrato FOrtA .iil?,uuSl!lG3S, I two-third- Framing! Situation C rftLi c- - xa ffkiir . .JK0GRAPHY, -- V ip-wntii- ig v Tp!crranh Almost a Necessity. w Estray Colt! wGENERAL W.R.SMITH, respoasihlo COMMERCIAL COLLEGE GF KY. USIYERSITY "Tor. not ueen recorded on the Registration books ?f XUla v.ea.r t ( AllCOI.. .1 V,Ul Joux F. White, Clerk, By Titos. TitoisrE, D. C. In pursuance to theabove order I will cause to be opened a poll at the above mentioned precincts on December 10th. 189S, to take the sense of the legal voters. H. II. Colyek, Sheriff Madison Cfonntv. -L -- - drcclar of Lis lacoua and LEX1NCTG53, ICY., w Awarded Jledal ci World's Exposition. Refers to thooanrU 0f praduates in ponltlncj. Cost, or.iill riuatacsa Cotrrso, Including Tuition, Hooks anljt.-- a ia failr. about ".). Ehcrihaad.Tyifr wiiksj, tal Tetsgnpsy, Sjeciinie. KSTTiu Kpiitnrir 0 Dlplotni, under seal. awrUeJ cradnaie. desirc-Liner now. oiucation. ywr ictirrt ordrr to aw Krvlwlv l'UU tioJc-xt- j The Mmim CURES DISEASE. DR' well-mad- Ik Residence GENEEAL "ffiLBOB K. SMITH. had nearly novl6-4w Croauatcs naccessf u! rcaca tu iddrcts m Ao. l,jrra'tv Torer. t30cf m uunuxixrs ,. j,n Lesinst02,Ky ckJ Portrait gave" me complete relief from excruciating pain in three applications. I also llnd it geni for treating children for their numerous ailments. O T.Snowden, with Bridge-for- d & Co., Louisville, Ky. The Electropoise Rent! two-story p, If FATH0GS! Wo have twenty fat hogs for sale, to 360 pounds. nov23-t- f O. J. WHJTE & SON". weigh-ingSSe CREAM I have derived more benefit from the than from all other remedies combined. think it is the grandest invention of the age. It can not be praised too highly. Sirs. 31. E. Gorman, Sadieville, Ky. use of Electropoise I BAKING CiF.Brower&Co mmm ! c-eo. u; micisc, - Electropoise is the best allrontul doctor T know of. My For Sals wife suffered from elects oC la grippe for several years; alse a complication of other ailments. Now she w entirely I wilt oKer for sale privately my Heuse- asd well. Indigestion bothered we a great Oae of the neighLot situated on the corner of. North SHd.7th deal ; am nowwell Streets, back of A. R. Barnam's property. bors is using it for lung trouble, and The hoesf has seven rooms, Rood aistern. reports isproveiuent.,v OBtbaAdt'Bgs; the lot eatafaw atoet Sferie feet. Tie priee wlH be John H. Davis. Esq., of Barbours-vi!le,Ky.t.'T- he Private!! - neee-sa- " r . it iwwe.io ' - i t ' . ' aitse. , HOS-i- ( r- - - ' " - ?, .WII1IAM SMOLMK,. r. Wctrauad'Kv w 518 Fourth Aym. Xoisai Ky. 3 &&J kiT J tap v-- ', V M?4 'V,'. TS'V, f-- i :" $ a i fl f3j Wa rrru.i r ri r: r r - - -- - . - : - ' t RriomTUivr ftrmnnr; BEST MATERIAL, USED. arns? j ' Dec. of Remember the Big Baptist Bazaar, ft 10. Don't buy a Suit, Overcoat, Pair Pants, Hat, Slnrtor Suit of TJntler- -' wear until you see our line and save fifty cents 6n the dollar at Stoufler's removal sale. (2) A Switch Wanted that will probably be successful is being made to procure a switch at Wautaujra on the L. and K. j mad near Sutrar Itidge schoolliouse. Winchester Democrat. We dare pay theie are "snitches" to spare at the above named schoolliouse An effort An ASTI-- T ' Indiana Woman Owns Burns' Bible. Mrs. A. W. Henry, of Madison, Iu Sect-land, $07i r? f?S 13 f- - -- 1 n "fClI j; 8I ! B1 UP J I I $$ Look at the way these shoes are $$ made. They are made for ser- vice, have , fit and durability. aud if you want a shoe to wear km s'tj-le- g?y fT''arjfcteJ? li 1 1 "" - ' (f ana WEAlt wisll, nere it is. km Jl tTs. I 1 H MADE IN ALL SIZES. ivijT fVv Jl IH W&& ' l5 fFv M diana, has a bible which once belonged to ltobeit Burns, of Edinburg, in 1776. It descended from her to her son, Phineas Campbell, in 1S0O. It was presented to Mrs. Alt-Scott, mother of Jlrs. A. W. Henry, about fifty years ago, by James Campbell, a descendant of the Campbell family, and came into Airs. Henry's possession at the death of her mother, which occurred eight ears aao. x THE GREAT FALL.... CAMPAIGN OF THE Busy Bee Cash Store Is How (gj IKU --7 On! gVN 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 Will Move to Madison. B S;S Men, Boys and Youths. 207 WEST MAIN 1 ' Eld. T. Q. Martin will shortly move from this city to Brookstown, Madison county, lie has rented for $2C0 the. fifty acre farm recently purchased by Rufus MeCbrd from Fillmore Richards, and will occupy it. His sen ices are High Prices & For The People! NEVER DID THE RACE HORSES OF THE CELEBRATED KENTUCKY STABLES S CHAFF AT THE BIT MORE EAGER TO START IN THE RACE THAN "THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE" DOES THIS ONE. HIGH-CLAS- STREET, RICHMOND, KY. jj wanted for the full time by the churches at Union. Flat Woods and Brookstown. and his Hocks desire that he shall live in the midst of his people. He is an earnest, eloquent and consecrated voting; minister and we dislike much to hae him leave us. Winchester Democrat. Baptist Bazaar, Dec. We know we are "Loaded for Bar" and many a cold chill will creep over our competitors when they hear the Startling Low Prices we are making on all lines of goods that crowd our shelves and counters this season. "We are showing tbe greatest variety of Dress Goods seen outside of the large cities this season. All the new things in Crepons, Epmlins, Figured Jaquards. Covert Cloths, Merges, Fortugus Cords, Cheviots, Granite Cloths, Fancy Mixtures, etc, will be found in our Elegant Dress Goods Department. Having purchased the entire line of Dress Goods in Fancy MixUues from one of the leading New York Houses, we will offer them as long tliev last for 23c. per yd. They make beautiful Dresses and Skirts. All-Wool Proctor Knott Cigar. Baptist Bazaar, Dec 9 10. Teachers' Advancement Club. Baptist Bazaar, Pec The above club will meet next SatA pair of home-knForxw mittens. 1S9S. Owner can have same by calling at this urday at 2 p. ki., in the office of CaldWEDNESDAY DEC. well Hih School. The members are otlice To have our Clothing the uiged to attend by President Brock. 59 :25 buj's S19 00 wortli of clothing, best that can be made, : Advertisements will be leceived c Court Day. hath and underwear,' at StouilVf'.s reCLTMAX with the gnat- by THE iliat is why on get here more alue for j; (2) moval sale ' About MK cattle on the market, lour money than elsewhere. 3 antt-- that its circulation exceeds mostly plain some good feedeis, the Messis. Haivey ai d I'uiu Chenault, 3 that of any other paper published C Our Fall and Winter 000 to 1,000 pounds, bringing 4 tot cattle lattei r Jr., shipped, 111 head in Kichmond. Suits and Overcoats 3 4l4 cents. Cows and heifers, $1.75 to to Shwaiizi-lnldsat $4 S3. S3 50 per hundred. Two e.Ura 1,100-l- b L L. Doty bought of James Den- - sticrs brought 54.40 per ewt. eight cattle iiv. of o dp. r Dentist. Dr. Hob-on- . v at 4c and of J. M. Iligginbotliain 10 of i Q I cantnppm. See ad. l'- Marshal fchort, of Paint I.ick, amint saniHiiiiiv. Stanford Jniirnnl. GENERAL MILES. who nrrcbteii Jiii Jtose. alter oestroy- -' Baptist Bazaar, Dec. The State election commission finds ing his outlit, charging him with oper- - Take any of our SUITS and O VKKVOATS at S12.50 The best smoker, the Proctor Knott that Gilbeit bad 13,047 votes in this dis- atingan illicit still in the Bear Wallow near. trict, and his opponent 12.20(5, a ma neighborhood, failed to find sufficient and they haye the set and st3"le of Merchant TaiIx'gau yesterday iu jority of S41, instead of S5b as we had. proof agjinst Rose to convict him and Ciunit Court lor's work. earnest. A Waco man who took a city paper set him at liberty. Our SUITS xwxdi OVERCOATS :it $8.00 received the Beinember the Big Brptist Ba.jar, because be could get more reading , S10 in a New Suit. matter than in the t iimax lead the adDec, same care and thought in tailoring as the hiirher e Postmabter Willis bought a pair of gold rim glasses. vertisement of a pocket fire ecape. InMi. A sttjt of clothes iceently ftoin .grades, Every thread of warp aiftl woof is of pure He sent a dollar and in si few days reApply at this office for tame. Coington A. Mitchell and when he new testament. ceived :i wool. came to his office and was showing oil Children's Kuee Pants at less than dolRichmond is to haw a toad option Ids new put chase he pulled a ten (2) cost at Moufler's removal sale. election next week stud tbe three enter- lar bill from the watch pocket of the living in the Col- prising papers oyer there appear to be troiii-etK. V. Elder That's the luckiest find of lins home opposite the Glyndon. naning wood ah they are saying noth- the year. Indeed, without going into J. W. Duncan has lost a deep red, ing and singing very low. It seems to court this man wins his suit and the drv up. inc'iester Dem- costs thereof. and a loan cow. See notice of lew ard be a Jihe ocrat. It Was Our Mistake. Fountain Hice raised J500 barrels Duncan-noIn reprinting the Ky. game law re Genial Will F Sihooler, a brother of corn on 15 acres of land at of Mrs. : 6. Kiik of this place, and cently we inadveiteutly stated that it well known heie, v here be has many was lawful to kill at all times of the Full bloodetl Uroiie Turkey Gob-lefrieudo, has been appointed a ear, bongor intectivoious birds, such andieiih for hale by Mih Tom the inifinai Keveiiueselice as meadow latks, fince, martin, bwal- iio2"J4t Baltwin. V JLMLJL tie lives at Morehead and wa lotiuerly low, woodpecker, flinch, oriole, red B.JI I I J JUL V-'arx.jL WA1LW A! JR.JL - s.e the beautiful ad. of Douglas, editor of the Advance fclielby Senti- bird, anager, cat b.rd, blue bird. The Bniriit V Co. Ucant ltipein bboes aie nel. fact ib it is unlawful to kill them at 215 WHITE FRONT, all the go. ear. Hunters aud Two diamond rings, a ruin and a any lime dunng the Tiie meeting of the ladies of die mo n.stoiie ring belonging to .Mrs others, take notice. Howe Got the Stove. Intiimary lias been postponed until Frank Ad.di were lost ciuring the fire . next last Suiiilav. Toe jew ell ease contain-ni-- w . $35 range given away last week The wiis .saved, but the rings by 11. L. Jennings fc Lo . of Paint Lick, Chenault sotit two liirno rt C. o.;.--; .... ' Lexingion for $290 O 11. thenault weie taken, or diopped from the box as a ptemiuui to the successful gitesser 6 A... in the excitement, Latek. llavesiuce of the number of pieces of corn, coffee SO' sold 5 for $1225. Geo been found. Cat lisle Mercury. beans, etc., contaiued in a glats jar, ! & W. Collars at 10c; Quaker r--4 , tessK Jua The linn of Carpenter &Lons.Val-- ! was rewarded to W. L llowe.forgueis....is ' .&&. City Shirts at 75.-.- which is less than SI-1- v ;ur. 5;;;; BiiL lrtii" fca 4,utx. ly 'iew, has des&olved partnership ing the exact number, (2) tier's, removal hide. cost, at Mou Mr. Carpenter will continue the busi- Howe liawug no use for the stove' Havtiam! obiimware at Deatber-age'- s ness at the old stiuul, while Mr. Lyons traded it immediately to Joe Adams eos. 8 W IB IB :::::i that 16 bewildering all observers will for the present clerk for him. Mr. for two bull dogs, a shot gmi and ten ' 0, tf bv its beautv and cheapness. ou2G dollars. Carpenter tells the Cum that he has Cenls We move into our new btore on had a splendid trade this fall, which What You Can Buy For January 1st, and ale giving clothing he is couliileni is ttie result of adverSo much interest has ben awakened (2) tising. He left, as usual, hisoiderfor iu the Baptist Bazaar that it will be awav at StniiflerV. '3 posters. necessary to hohl it, to inoirow ana If you wish to save money and inTo Meet Here in June Friday, in the handsome comer store crease the heat, get a Radiant home Tbe State L. A- W. will meet here room of the Hotel Glj ntloii Here hot heater from D I) Siiackklfokd & t o. next June, so H J. Stieng Pi evident of meals v ill be served at 35 cents, and be Y'oucan get Bale Hay, Com and of the hi limoud Bicycle Club, tells u. sides there will be on sale, cakes, boiled Oats, as w ell as Pine Knot Coal, from hams, dressed turkeys, salads, etc. It met heie iu 1S8S, ten wars ago. Coleman Neff, telephone 21, R. N. I & which housewives, who entertain the The ATonderf ully Avinning- premier fashions Our Sheriff Among the First. novlfrtf B. depot A. M. C. A. delegates, will certainly of the-- season. Sheriff" Coher. having paid $45,430 need. All cheap. Go. If von have money to burn go on using your old out of date heater, if taxes to the Mate, has received his Nics Residence For Rent. not get a ituUianl nonie :eaior uoiu u quietus from Auditor Stone. EveryMen's Winter Weight Sack Snits and Irish $5-0- 0 B. sjlACKELKOItD & Co. The two story frame residence on body knows Hugh Colyer is a model Freiss Ulsters. Third stieet, this city, belonging to Clothing, Hats, officer 15,000 worth of Mrs. Mary Smith Walden, of Danville, Her Insurance Paid. Underwear, etc.. to be closed out bv now for rent. Has six rooms, kitchen, January 1st, at Stouuer's, on First The Livei pool, London & Globe lias is back porch, cellar, coal house, meat -) Street. paid Mib. Mattic Alverton $1,870 on Men's Superb Fancy Cassimere Snits, crib, stable, buggy house, lately des-- Don't fiil to give us a call at our her house and furniture Men's Exclusive Model Ulsters, splendid cistern, grape arbor, plum, new stand on Main street, opposite troyed by lire, Todd & Son will peach, apple, and many shade trees. the house. Court House. Bents for $200 per ear. It is a most McCi ixtock & WutTU. no Special Train of Cattle. desirable residence iu a fiuo neighborMen's Suits of Rich Native and Foreign Goods, Mil-- Quasimoda cigars, 10 cents; A special train of 20 cars with oOO hood, three squares from post office, ler's Havana Second, 5 cents. Fred A. uead of 1550 lb. cattle of T D. Chenault two squares fioin public school. Men's Superb Fashion and Finish Ulsters and $10.00 Miller, Manufacturer fine Cigars. B. '. I fc B. to Is eW York went via the Covert Overcoat. Lost Money on Hogs. Jy. last Wednesday. They brought $4.S5, Ballard Bros., the big skippers at We will make you a $15.00 Suit to and are for the London market. Whites Sation, got leturnh last week measure and guarantee a fit for $0.75 Rcrr.ova!. of 'togs they had from seven (2) sale. Men's Suits and Covert Overcoats and at Stoutrer's removal they We have moved our saddle and har- shipped, and notwithstanding Ulsters, I) B, SiiACKELFoitn & Co. have the bjught them at prices ranging from largest and most varied stock of heat- ness Btore to the room recently occupied ing stoves ever brought to this market by D. P. Armer, and inv'te all custo- 2 to cents, the net leceipts showed a considerable los. Mr. Job a Ballard, befoie. Call and see them. mers to give us a call the senior partner, a good Democrat, novlC-4& AViiiTU. MiCustook Young Men's $5.00, MEN'S Stetsons $5.00 HatsaL$3 50. $18.00 rays lie is now aware of the unbound j Special Registration. S6.00, $7.00, $9.00, $10.00, Suits at $10 00. Everything same w ay $4.00, $5.00, $0.00, $7.50, ed tV) wave of Republican prosperity to keep from moving them, at Stouf-fer'$12.00. $9.00, $10.00, $12.00. Saturday was special'iegistratiou day flowing over the country, but the wind (2) lor all those Alio had desired to vote in evidently was coming from the wrong CHILDREN'S IvNEE-PANTSUITS G M. Gumm shipped G hhds Bur-le- y the local option race but who had not direction when his hogs were sold. $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00. tobacco to Brown Honso, Louisville, registered at the regular lime. Eighly-flv- e Dknisox , Texas, .Nov. 11, 1S9S. which will be sold on the 14th when names were added: 22 iu Univerof Garrard sity Ward, 2G in Court House, and 37 Editor Climax. JlicJtmund, Ky.: there will be a big sale Beak Sin. Enclosed ou will please county tobacco. in City Hall. MEN'S PANTS, find pobt office order for $1 50 for which After nearly a quarter of a century Wtio is tiding tu Kill Your lio? $1.00, $1.50,.$2.00, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00. you will please send me the Climax we move from First street. Dollar's Hog killing times will soon be here until such time that this subscription (2) MEN'S HATS, worth for 60c. at Stouffer's. and I want to kill your meat, make shall expire F'or a number of j ears I . de$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00? $1.00, Clias. E. Douglas has opened the your sausage, render your lard and was located at Paint Lick, Ky., aud beMackey store room and will open a liver same at your door. Price reason- ing well acquainted through there I MEN'S SHOES, hardware store Jan 1. Col. Peter Pope, able. take this coiuse of keeping posted. Harvey Douglas.' Often I can send you items that would $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00,, $2.50. blue eyed, fat, jolly and popular, will be with Mr. Shackelford. be of iiiterest to your readers if jou deLetters Delayed at Our Post Office. MEN'S OVERCOATS, mass meeting will A temperance So long as persons persist in sticking sire any news from the Lone Star State. $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $8.00, $9.00, $12.00. Yours very truly, 'revenue" stamps instead of the regular be held at Bybeetown church AA'ednes-daA. B. Omikly. ' Thursday postage stamps on their letters so long night and at College Hill MEN'STJNDERWEAR, By all means, Mr. Overloy, let us and Rev. Hubert will their mail be held here for proper night. Dr. Young 50e, 75c, $1.00, $1.25. you. will conduct the meeting. postage. Postmaster Willis says uum-- 1 hear Irom Circuit Court. BOYS' UNDERWEAR, 50c' s bers of letters have to be held daily on Full blooded Bronze Turkey ' Circuit court began Monday, Judge Mrs. Tom that account. and hens for sale by Scott piesiding, and Commonwealth's nov28 4t Tax Supervisors Named Baldwin. appoint- Attorney Cnitchcfr on hand. County Judge Sullivan has Rev. W. F. Neal. of AVinchester, The graudjun: I. Shelby Irvine, lias been, called by Salem Christian ed the board of supervisors for Madison foreman, J. Speed Smith, Robt. Boggs, church, of this county, for iirst Lord's county for the ensuing year. The gen- AV. A. Arbuckle, AV. II. West, Boy C. day of each month for the ensuing tlemen who will act, are Messis. N. B. White, AA'illiam Jett, T. S. Burnam, Deatherage, H. C. Broaddus, William year, to serve them as an evangelist. banford Oldham, Brutus AVhite, George! Beaton, Satiford Oldham, S L. Hugue-le- W. Ballew and George AV. Beck. ew stand, Armer's See us at our G. W. Batlew, and T. J. Curtis. complete Petit Jury: J. T. Lackej, B. C. old 6taadi-witNearly Broaddus, Sam Griggs, C. S.Tipton, W. line of saddles, harness, etc, cheap as the cheapest Frazter in trying to ford 1 Prewitt.J.C. Warren, Morgan Tay McCjIxtock & White. nowl6-4t- . Muddy Creek above Capt. Noland's lor. Fd Cornelioon, llezakiah Ceeeht B Cornelison, Jtuon Give Colemaa 2Jeir year next order plzce on Sunday, Was swept down the J. P. Prather, J. Jerry jjtagner, DF.jSnowden, Collins Yates, stream and had it not beeu-fo- r for Bale- Uay. Corn and Oats, ,and per- AV. T;Griggs,A.J). McKiuley, Irvine don't Jorget he fe selling tfce best coal Kolitnd. colored.sJie would have Jke Cfetkkr, Tk Fursiskr, Tke Sker, Tk Matter. it was Frazter had turned Azbill. Tho.lKVarienf "K. P. Jones, on tue jnarKet, tne, famous Pine Knot ished. As black in the face from cahXatid straug i Wm. CoJliiiB.ll '1 Bcrrv. -G. - H.Dmi- -t depot ' . r Telephone!, ,BJ j The Richmond Climax, V i -- it a2S&K We have culled the Eastern Markets for the latest noelties in all kinds of Dress Trimmings and Dress Findings, and when you get your Dress from any of the "Great Busy Bee Cash Stores" you can feel assured that nothing of a later Design or Pattern will be shown oti. 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. ; e j 1550-poun- d yjO-pou- iid -- -- ReadytoWear 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 tillpd this department with one landless Uhain ol .bargains, .tsoy s cassunere ivnee ir'ants. lot a pair; Men's Cassimere Pants, nicely made, French waist, for 9Sc; Men's Cassimere Suits, well made, for $2.48, worth $5.00. Our line of Men s and B03 s I ine Suits, and Men s and Boy's Overcoats are the largest and best shown in the city, One Entire Room given to this department. AVe are selling White and Grey Blankets, beautiful bolder,, large enough lor any bed, ."9c. a pair; Our Blankets are piled Mountain High on our ledges Blankets from us at and you can buy beautiful the price of cotton hluff" eUewhere. Bed Comfort at 49c. each. 10-- 4 all-wo- i j j Our Notion Department and our Gent's and l.auicb' Furnishing: Goods Department was neer more complete. We leave straiued every nerw to make these departments the 'most attractne in our great store. Y'our every want has been anticipated, and our Low Cash Prices named on these articles make these departments very interesting to customers. AA'hen you visit any of our great stores, don't fail to take a walk through our Carpet, Curtain and I phols-ter- y 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 yanl and hang lace cm tains in wur kitchens. - ready-mad- Brown Cotton at 4c; no dressing, at 4ic; Green Ticket Londsdale, Fruit of the Loom and Mason-- v ille Bleach Cotton sit tic a yd Get our prices on Alpine L'l. Rose Cotton and wide Sheetings. We sell bleached Sheeting at 12!c. AVe are selling good yard-widGood Blench Cotton, yard-wid- e, e 10-- 4 SP?JsC3 There is no other stand tlmt can clothes i- - s. f u. you as stylishl3r and as scrviceably 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 Cc to Sic, usually sold at 10 and 121c. AVe are selling all Fancy Calicoes, Best Brands and Indigo Blues at G)e a 3d. Remenauts almost given away. m We have just relieved and put on sale a Manufacturers sample line of Men's and Boy's Caps. Our windows are full of them ami our price is jif-the value on each Cap. Don't fail to seethein. Our Nobby Hats for Men, Boy's and Children are very prett. t one-half rs store-keperi- ll iftvutnttinn IIV 1I 'S'V V && Mtinhail IIILjIILjI1. &,, 'a.xj We have one si4de of our entire store-roodevoted to our BOOT and SHOE DEPARTMENT. We carry many celebrated lines of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes. Our prices named on this line is a mar-e- l for cheapness. You can shoe up your entire family here for the cost of a few pair elsewhere. We cany no shoddy stuff," our shoes and boots are ail good honest goods, bought below the cost to manufacture. You can't afford to miss our Shoe Department. .r ffh?ifV?gfS Again extending to jou an invitation to visit us this fall and take a look through our More, where bright faced polite salesmen ai.d salesladies will gicet you and make jour isit a pleasure. AA'e are. Very llespt.. 'lues-day- g tut-ling- s 1 Everybody Knoves cisi I I W 6Jssr 4W Dec. Returned From Missouri. -- I-- :. ,nhr Iv! iv -- a tq fv fsess' , H If 1 ! x. - HAM & COMPANY. RICHxMOXD, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN. $&s i 'u && M&y V Mb A' W (i Jffl f -- Mmw With a Catarrhal Affection Thirty-Fiv- e Remember the Big Baptist Bazaai I - eFLYERS! C. G. Forbeb, the herder of Col. Tlios. S. Moberley's famous Forest Grove I Shoi thorn cattle, has just returned from Missouri where he has been engaged in selling tine Shorthorns from the Clover Blossom Herd, of Nettleton. Mo., owned by Mr George Bothwell who has many fine cattle. Good prices were realized i Large Lot cf Lard. the throat or head, or any pulmonary lihucnt, a slight cold or a hacking oushis a serious thing to have- -it is a set tons on can not attont to nave it- Delays are dangerous. Dr. Bell's will cure a cough or a cold in one night. It will teiuove the catarrhal affection or plitmonary ailment, and build up the tissues supporting tile lungs. It Remember the big Baptist Bazaar, I'ine-Tar-Ilon- ev 0. "n sutler when such a cough cure is with- n reach? It N pleasant to the taste. iiitiiiwv II. iiv Tlie sooner a cough or cold is cured CUBAN OIL cures without harm to the sufferer the better. CuN, Burn, Bnii-eRheu Lingering colds are dangerous. Hack- uno jiiniue matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. ,r,T Sold by Perry Planters s, .T v,4.ti & y"X' tuira O. White- - Thomas, uccesors to W. Douglas Great Britain leads in sugar consumption. Wells. j (- hou-e,co- rn $7 50 te-bui- ld lo-4- t. Bud Dunn, of Whites Station, killed eleven hogs last week, from which he got 150 gallons of lard. It is an old saying that to kill hogs in certain time of the mocn the meat will make moi e lard titan at others, and Mr. Dunn, by trying this piece of philoso Bich-mon- bept-2L-i- n phy, accounts for the enormous yield. His hogs undoubtedly turned to lard entiiely, hide, hair, hoofs and all How Boyle County Repudiated Her Own. car-loa- ds $12 00 Suits i 'A t. SUITS' s. S The day after the election we stated that Daidsou had it in for Yerkes for fooling him as to Boyle comity and now a leport comes from Frankfort con- tinning our statement. Yerkes seems to have promised a Republican majority of 400, but he didn't carry the county in his inside pocket don't you know and Gilbert walked off with it by a majority of 52 AVhen tho collector's otlice was taken there from Richmond, where the Government has a building, of its own; Mr. Yerkes is said to have declared it was for the interest of the party, buthe couldn't make his prom-- 1 ise true. Stanford Journal. nov2-2m- .i y -- Gob-lar- :: Everything in our store is fresh and new, no old goods and everything at the lowest price that cash can buy them for. y, h Drowned-Columb- - H.J. SIRENG y$j 5- -' - XJtB, pavIGif Ksot.Lvo, Jan. U, 1SI7... fh Gents: I have ever confident; article than jour competitor if yon can recommending vour Syrup or I'ipMU. About Catarrh. and am broken I am 72 years of not net a better price for it? Best to tike alter dinner; Ans. As tlereis no difference Hi the ' down, the trouble having been brought 1 1 is caused by a cold or succession prevent distress, aid digesof colds, combined with impure blood. i.rirc of nublic will bnv cmlv the bet on by my experience in the war. Yuar tion, cure constipation. me Its symptons are pain in tne neaci, ler, so that while our profits may be medicine has done and more pood than a I"urely vecetaljle , do not criiw I am pist.abo.it noises mailer oh a single sale they will be numlred doctors or cause a!n. Sold by al rinigglntc 25 cents. discharge from the nose, OCUMHH.M i.lTcvored ouly by C I. Hood 4 Co., Lowell, Mass, in the ears, it is enreu ny iuc Yours truly, Jekkeksoj: AViliiciji. ' Sarsaparilla which purifies and en- - How can you get the public to decT-lOf B. I Middelt'on. An attempt is being made to start an the blood, soothes and rebuilds your make is the best? are auilatioti against the high rentals put the tissues aud relieves all the du- -' If both articlespublicbrought ' etitlv before tiie loth are certain A New York department store has KononMonM. upon houses by London landlords. to be tried ami the public will very A cough is not like a fever. It .foes NUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep. ' Hood's Pils cure all liver ills. .Maiico iiu pass jcn.s.ueui u. mum auu use not have to rua a carta n course. Cure .. r r IS r i. tt l t vaj.j iiunun, K.itio t lio hotrnp nno t nuim uu if niliclMtr nnrl tnartnull.-- witti tin.. mw " uv sia, ioniipuuuu . .anu xuui tor oc i.. v.. " . . 'I Kid nstbeIargesaleonCliain-MjnuteCoUjjh iv Attta j Caret ,he best reiiu-'d!0 cts. iMiiss. Liver. gestion. Regulates the -betlatn s Uon:gh Remedy. 1 he people fol- an aml for u,e most Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to w, wants to have been using it for vears and have eases. flsesrecomraenil becausejvfc AVinchester's football team, AA e it's G. White. it cctin theState league if one is-- organ-- i found that it can always be depended goodv Douglas & AVells. upon. 1 hey may occasionally take up Russia has- spent over $225,000,000 in ized. Hie Democrat sajs. hvith some fashionable noxelty put zone into the printing and bank'ng naval armament during the lastscvou forth with exagnerated claims, but are business. years. ami Eczema, Tetter, certain to return to theoneremedy that Tho intense itchinsr and Einartincr inci they know to be reliable, aud for To Care Catarrh Good Old Granny Metcalfe, dent to theso. diseases iainstantly allayed coughs, colds and croup" tnere h noth-itu- r Do not depend upoa snuffs, inlnilnits iSS veal's old. living at .Paduqah, Ky.,r&v anolvior cjuambcriain 3 iyo ana Cough Remecpial to Chamberlain's or other lotil applications. Catarrh is sajs that Dr. Bell's Bine Tar Honey 3Jdn Ointment. lany very. badasses edy. Pot sale by Perry & Thomas. a constitutianal disease, and can be is the uast l'i d cure, cottgii, iuiii, ...... , havo been permanently cured by it. Jt decr-lsuccessfully treated only liy weaiacf a (bronchial remedy that has been sold f fcj eonally efficient for itching piles anAI v duriug her li'e It t faronto remedy for sore nirplestf India jnttitrills are e!eetritallyt lisht-e- constitutional reuieov like liis.d ?arsajarills, which thoroughly Jn chaoped hands, clitlblame. frost tntotf "! sinful... uui-iflcs.the bbjodainl ,v,vv ...............i ranu cuxomc sore eyee. uocw. perooz. Constipation prevents the body from taiutA which eatwe nKwrrli. 3'Wsrrr' ly used i tho United Uf ngdoin in thei v wjtste matter. l)e irawber ef trmiiiionltife'koin tk r T)ri CatU'ti CesdiiiH TowAstrL san' t liddfnffv itself . mHtiiilactureoi iras. rjost wnata horae needs mseasw1 pad "Witt-'- Jiit JSMrir Utters win remove have'beeH'eHfe! of oatarvh b v HUr. J tke Rseqiut j hraiAl- CUUM-- WELlEF.cnrw L rvrif1!Krua, Tonic, 1ilKl jpmiBer-aB- a ttitt trcmuMnmUiyre fcKK tnwciHetse. Sarsapri!U am..i TpotlwciK! Liver i.Hy-R- r rE311Sl5 ifnffe ojBBi;yi BUiHiHiiit - Jjjfetive &. and olaar power ef this ntytickw to cohm1: h . K.fT .i "... .tiwwwioiBur: JStnan,sagir;coate, Hm1s tjappHtHte 3 fair l.,.X1 te.le- Air-wem- H rifii: ;? s Pills 1 e, Harrodsburg has a prospect of get- ting a cigar factory. The words of praise bestowed upon Hood's Sarsaparilla by those who hae Dec. taken it prove the merit of medicine. Nowadays when women are trying to Harrodsburg joins the ciaze and will do everj thing it is not strange that many things are It is not hae a bowling club this winter. s'rau'ge that there are all kinds of phySubstantiated Claims. sical and mental disturbances. If the woman w ho is a doctor, or a lawjer, or All claims for Dr. Bell's Pine Tar- a journalist, or in business would not Honey are substaniatcd by the reports try to be a society woman too it might from those who have used it- - Coughs, 1)2 different; bttt't he woman w ho knows colds, incipient consumption, and all when she has done a day's work has bronchial affections are the diseases for yet to be born. Usually a woman's w Inch it is guaranteed to cure. 25c at way is to keep doing until she drops all good druggists. It Working in this way has manifold evils The most common trouble resulting fiom over exertion, either mentally or Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and physieiallv, is constipation of the bowels, with all its attendant horrors. Diarrhoes Remedy can alwavs be de- Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the pended upon and is pleasant and safe most ellectual remedy iu the market to take. Sold by Perry fc Thomas, dec"-lThey work upon the system easily, na Druggists. tttrally. There is no unpleasant nausea America uses 10,000,000 eggs annually. after taking them. No gripiim no nam no sliscomtort. J hey are. coni- rrom rrearlter. posed of materials that go through the Clw Citv, Id., Jan. 12, 1S07. stem gradually, collecting all impuri ties and, like the good little servants Pepsin Syrup Co , Monticello, 111. Gentlemen: Itafiords inegreat pleas that they are, disposing of them afreet- VUII1 IHWl g.ing IU ually. it cellentDL'CtllV 111 I have'suffered quitemedicine. The British ship Atlanta was lost off a great ileal irom sick Headache, the rethe coast of Orogon Xov. 18, and all on sult of sedentary habits and sluggish liver and bowels. Your remedy corrects board drowned. these troubles and my headaches are To Cure a Cold In one night stopped. J. C. 1oone. Pastor if. E. Church. It! take Dr. Bell's dec7-lOf B. L. Miudelton. clears the throat, soothes the bron- L'oc chtalsaml exhilarates tne luns. has Boating exposi at all good ?ood druggists Xo cure tion. no pay. It over-done. m Pains iu the chest when a person has a told indicate a tendency toward pneumonia. A piece of tlaunel dampened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound on to the eliest oer the seat of pain will promptly relieve the pain ami prevent the treatment will cure a lnmu hack in a few hours. Sold by Perrv & dcc7-lThomas, Druggists. m Uncle Sam is first tobacco cot!- - sumption. The JIuileru Jlotlifr Has found that her little ones an other. Children enjov it and itbenc- hrs them. The true remedy, Syrup of gp,. is manufactured by the California ig fcyrtig Co. only. Toledo is to have the largest pl.ite-- : glass factory. or imitation. There are more cases f Piles being cured by this, than all others combined. Douglas & Wells. The mines of Bavaria (coal and ine- als yielded only Si00,000 last year. To Care a Cidil in One Day improved more by the pleasant Nvrttp of Figs, when in need of the laxative eiiect 01 a gentle remedy, than bv any Hael Salve don't accept a counterfeit AVhen you ask for De AA'itt's AA'it.h j j IJJ,1-31- 111 Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet- -. i Fine-Tar-Hone- y. All drugjrfsts refund money if it fiU i cure. 25c. The genuine has'L. B. IL on no'.)-tii- i each tablet. employed in m Austria-Hungri- a Six hundred thousand iktsoiu am Italy in rearing silk wornK. From an Old SoMirr. AVinchester is to have a new phono company. l. Two Point,.! Qjieslious AA'Iiat is the use of making a better! il 1 e j rinj-inj- r nootr-tuiiii:i--i-uc- - VTt - know-riche-s 1 ni prouiin-,irrr..o!.t,- ?. 4 Z-r- i i ; ' & Tll I I i - S:ilt-IUio- m 1 rm iwpi" lV. di J -- - s rf 1 i c''''"''s pfe i- -- .4 & ulatioH, . "- - - cau, Jt;t,b. - iWw,SBfe"-:WW- ' vK e..3K "5 rn V? iK-- ; 'usiJjs -- vj.t'" .1 . r & -- '"(fri . "3i , ,VVn ?j. j. - J ,r r'V : ;'" " . 1 TJ5 3r VVJ V5a-- - . 3 '? ---1 --T-J p '4 li "t Tr&j llW 5S--,. 1( ' p- 1 . at- - $$ j:T? &i s.,l rfg EON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, Va., Recoru- lnendsWrights Celery Capsules. V. PARKnp.snuRO, V. Va., January 20, 1995. ll A Fleshy Reported every Tuesday E. Deatherage & Co.. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Itichmond, Ky-- 3 15c at noon by Consumptive Did you ever see one? Did you ever hear of one ? Most certainly not. Consumption is a disease that invariably causes loss of flesh. If you are light in weight, even if your cough is only a slight one, you should certainly take EGGS BUTTER-Cho- ice cash; lfijc in trade country, lOI5c. The Wkioht Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio. BEESWAX -- 2 J 25c. AVOOL Clear grease wool, lG13c; buxry, 10(ml5c; tub washed, 25c r. Wright's Celerv mended. 1 using Gentlemen: I have bee nNovem-hpCapsules since 1S04. ami find them to be as recom CHEESE Country. 10c. TIMOTHY SEED-S1.3- 5S1 50. THE BCEU.EKCB OF SYRUP OF HCS SSt Stomach trouble (Constipation which 1 is due not only to the originality and. had been s l"iijr snll'erer. 1 found the simplicity of the combination, but also' Celery Cnp.u!es gave me great lehef to the aad si:ili with vIiicU it is- iroiu the beginning ami have ueil them manufactured by scientific processes- ever since tt itli pleasure and unso- h Califorxia. FlQ SvKm , licited. I recommend them to any and and we wish,to ""P"? uP?n' afflictions or either ill. like all a11 the importance purchasing the of them. Yen- - trnlv vours. true and original remedy. As the "Chahles T. Caldwell. . . genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured SoldbyT.S Hagan, Drnggist I rice b the Califokxia FlG SrRUP Co. Call at drug- - on of that fact wiu ft knowled 6- 6'ore and get free sample. th(J worthleas assjst one fa avoid; All druggLsts sell Dr. Miles Nervo Plasters. kX ffiu. firtt beaaii taking them S u 50$5.00. JBLTJE GRASS SEED Stripped, 50 C5c; extra clean, (i075c; fancy clean, CLOVER SEKD-$4 jputeseed. $1$1.35. ' IRISH POTATOES BACON HAMS-lIA.UD-78Oc. 4050c; Seotf's Eimisleen of cod liver oil tuitb No remedy is such a perfect preventive to consumption. Just the moment your throat begins to weaken and you find you are losing flesh, you should begin to take it. And no other remedy has cured so many cases Unless of consumption. you are far advanced with this disease, Scott's Emulsion will hold every inducement to you for a perfect cure. au & Druggists, 50c. ana 51. N. hypo-phosphit- es. 10c. sc. if ORCHARD GRASS RED TO l 30c. l.25Sl.35, SEED ltYE-O- Oc. who deals with all phases of Southern business life. Mnj. J. F. Hanson, of Macon, Ga., for many years a leader in Southern business interests. And many other noted men. These writers will deal phases of Southern all'itirs, educational, commercial, agricultural and industrial, from a broad standpoint ot interest to the farmers aud to general readers. The December ibtue devotes bpecial attention to the tobacco interests of the colliii, bin, at the same tune, fully covers oilier topics elating to the farm mid to the lamily circle. For many years the couth nas needed such a publication as tnis, and We are glad to know that the Manufacturers' Record l'uhlibiillig Co , whicn owns the Southern Farm .vinguztue, will pus it with gieat vigor. .Mr. Bichard H. Ediuoiids, the editor of the Manulacturers' Kecord, willdeotea considerable part of his tune to the upbuilding of the Southern 1 REGEMERO. oumrLtir. BLISS 8 aaoci om ,5&:,.Jiv-Cff&&5X?i " SSF'1 2, msrWh, ji--- A Restores Lot! Vitality. I : The Great l ' .W? ' Weak Stroai. SO days treatment Is the most complicated now nlthin eav Wattns I)!eae. It A New Man. I'hWcnlly IVrfect, It llir rcull orihe ne or UKIilWBUn. Youn; men will re. Bln their lost nvinliool, ami Old Jlen will recorei their yontliful Ior. Itlnvinrates ami restores tc cnanmtccil totitre coso if Nitwhih Debility, ot. nets powerfully and quickly. renrli of eory Ainrrlcnn. : m C W II a A m 9 m WmWw 1 0 m 1 jl mm !QE AST rs.Lnw. try Mk ,4 zkJ' i fliPr Wk MM M0Ws? WW vw - is i 11 full lifeaiulslgor, alt sudcrcn Ironi seminal Weak, nesses, Impotency. Varicocele. Siiermattorhca, Xishtly Kinlsslon", Lost Uraln ami Mivcnlur Power, Weak Memory. Wakefulness Evil Dreams, Despondency, Iick of Conllilence, anl r.ll effects of n. n hicli unfits or sexual extevi nnl one for ljuslnexs. study or marri.'i,:. It IM KU ItO goes at once to the root of ttio disease that Is why It cures. It Is tho crcnlrst ?."er e Tonle In the world that is why It elcs Ylsoratiil Vrtion and restores thol'lreof Youth. It is a mirrclons Illood I'uri-fle- r that Is why the i'itik (.'low romrs linrk lo ; 25c. 50c. DRUGGISTS, j CORRESPONDENCE. JLILLIOX. AlOfct Farm .Magazine fiepnlerlierks. Inlstujion liarlns UK(iKM:it(). Can be carried In cvt iHxk''t. l!y malt $1.00 perl txix, or fclx for $.1.(13. Ur rheerfiilly refiin.l Ihe monpv where tlx liotcs do not effect a cure. ' Circulars free. Adrtre--s tlio American Office of fanners in this locality aro through luibkiug corn. . t:iat the Mr. Joseph IleathniHu is very feeble. . v Bob Sowers is rejoiciugover a bouncing baby boy. Three pounds. Metsre. James Taylor, Thomas Jenkins and John Neil gave an "Ouster supper" at the house ot Schugler Thursday night. Misbes I'au-n- y Million and Addie Clark Uid the ' honors of the evtning. KAX FltANCISCO, Cat. Mioses Alma Wmtluck, Norah Baldsew ti:jt. n.v. Louisville. Kj. win, Ueitie liayueu. Millie .Uiliiun, y jan5-lLena Taylor and se eral boys weie the guest of Missca Million last night. NT. TO OUR Troubles. Corrects all Is tb lxt for Some live or six farmers gathered t nivMinr!"s in Fr' lVraale Orirans. Should be Ita- Quater Valley Mf(r. Co. of Chicaco have together on .Noveiiine 2, near Here and The 9titttn have stood tne requested us to announce that they haAe sever- killed t' - : 'err hogs by lialf past ' : te. d al thousand sets of the finest coin .ciiicC-.- . Cbat- War Memorial Spoons left over from their twehu o'clock, aud was not tuuca of a rd, recent distribution. They will mail, postpaid, killing either. a full set or six of these spoors to eery sub- - tmiM lor i scribertothe CLIMX, who will send name on ALL .Vi.N t I imitations manufactured by other par-- 1 ties. The high standing of the Cali-- i forma Fio Svitur Co. with the medi-- 1 cal 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. Tic Kidney Complexion. The pale, sallow, sttukeii-cheeked, BORDEAUX MEDICALCO.823'sept21-ly - distressed-lookin- g people yousoolten Compar-suip For sale in Richmond by Perry & Thomas, Druggists. Scott Bowsr, Chemists. Y. LEXINGTON STOCK SALES. lay-iorln- st j SUBSCRIBERS-IMPORTA- S j fcr---.- -i - 'iir - About 250 cattle on ihe market, mostly Tennessee, and not very good. Simon Weill bought several bunches for slop, prices langing from 3 to ?. cents. Mr. May bought a hunch of 750 pound steers at 3J cents One bunch of 500 pound heifers sold at .1 cents. One bunch of 87 head gyt in too late for Satumay'c market. I - silver-plate- r '- i- w. l'errvJfc Tltoraas, druggi ts, sncebfors to deefi-ly- r G White. IV. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Macfifne. ' and addresb a ixstal card will do If, receipt of the spoons, you find them the most exquisitely beautiful specimens of the silversmith's art vou ever saw. and worth $3.00 remit 78 cents, as'payiuent in full, within 30 days; if Each not pleased, return spoonsimmedialely. spoon is of a. different design showing soldiers in camp in Cuba. coffeesiie Mnrro Castle and four V. S Battleships. They are imperishable mementoes of the late war. culisit-tHimost clionlil arrpnt M.. remarVable 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 vou except Memorial Spoon Offer. " Address QUAKKIt VALLKY ill u. I.U., 357 West Harrison St., Chicago. after-dinner 1 111 A j aug31-l- m the several houses adI have rented for vertised by me last December, but have now four or file other nice cottages, well located and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at mv office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, with Stephen D. Parrish. Attorney-at-LaFLORIDA H. PARRISH, Attorney and Agent jan26-t- f 1S9S Read Thi3 -131- -ECQNOMIST JIT. STERLING COUHT. There was a hirge run of cattle, ftillv 3,500 head quality uood,iiiul trade brisk. Best feeilen, at 4J, yearlincsSl to $4 GO STATION CAMP. Old cows Heifeis:, Cows '.', lEstill County.J ami rough o.eii 1A to 2. Bulls o cents. Big croud with bujtis ir.un Mrt. Haivy Vie is sick at her home. Ohio. Mules wort- - duli,one extra pair Rev. L.U. Kenold liuied lii legu- - atStio, but iiinM ot ales at $75 to SdO. , enure I'ne horse lu.uket was in go,l apnoillliuelll at the Chri-Mall- l sales of pln;'-- ill mean )i ices Sunday. DANVILLK CUUUT DAY. Horace Jvlllwell IS erecting a Illte i.Iselliatl- COltagO On Ills faim. near The Adiocate savsN Danville had a town. veiy good court totlaj, with a fair liev. Allen, of the .Methodist ctillicli, in town. Ihe toppticefoi cattle eXil'ilgood closed a revival of four weekh dura- Was biought hv twenty-on- e oiie- - oireieil by Jacob Kimbei lain They tion, Sunday niht. Alfred Isaacs han gone to JcKfeu aVeinged 1.200 pounds sind went to d,,iu Harris, ol Lincoln, l'ur$4 20. Alienee county this week to buy ttttkeyb. Wilkei'.-o-ll sold sixteen long yeitilina Homer Irvine attended Mt. Sterling Van Aisdall. ol high grade heifei-t- o Monday and ptiieiiitseO a Court lust Hairodshuij.', til $25 10, and G. A. nice yoke of oxen. Swiiiebloitd sold to W. I. Tate, ..1 LinMt. Lizzie tsciivner has retmiied coln twenty stock sit eis at $28.25 Fur- home afttr heera!s iias visit to hei ris & Wiiilit-b.iiiglit of Dun am. ol duiighter, Mrs. .1. V. Wiijieis, near Ahiiison twenty tit lorty-fou- meet are afllicted with plexion." Their kidneys are turning to a color. So is their complexion. They may also have indigestion, or &uifer from sleeplessness, rheumatism, neuralgia brain trouble, lteivoiis exhaustion ana sometimes the heart acts ludly. Ihe cause is weak, unhealthy kidneys. Usually the sufleier from kidney disease uoes not find out what the trouble is until it is almost too late, because tne first symptoms are so like nu.d sickness that they do not think ttie need a medicine 01 a doctor until the) lind ihoiiitenes sick 111 bed. will build Dr Ivtliucrs swatup-ltOo- t up ami tiUcuglhelt then weak anu diseased kidneys, puilfy their diseased, kidney-poisone- d Write JOHN WKDDEKB13R.N & CO, Patent Attar- for their StlX) priio offer ney. Washington. D. and list of two hundred luTentioca waatsd. C jsC rt-- - W, &k. t W. C. SLIJHER. JOHN HOSIIAL. neadachobad? Get Dr. Miles' Pain Mils. J3 9". Jp'&W' .sK fet. B B JkVT --, SlimerS. Hosha LIVE STOCK SALESMEN, Union Stock Yards, Anyone sending a sketeh and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention Is probably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. 1 Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest agency or securing patents. iptcUil rwtiet, without charge, in tho Trade Marks CSBK- - Copyrights &c. Designs VWtttKK rrYm ' A. ST.M.X 42rf .:- jr -' sS :ra 31 Mk"'' JS- H I I iM- - I - lt. .&. Patents taken throueh Jlunn Co. recclro Cincinnati, C3Our Commission charges are O. $3.00 per car A handsomely illustrated weekly. largest circulation of any scientific Journal. Ter.ns. 13 a year: four months, (L Sold byall newsdealers - New York ri1UNN&Co.36,BroadBranch Office, CS F gt Washington. I). C 28-2- Scientific American. ci. "si r hiood, oiear theirconi-plexio- n 104 cr-w- and boon they will enjoy bet ter health You cm get ihe regular sizes at the ui ug siou, ai lilt) ten is and one dol.ar, ui yull liia, lhsi piuvetoi yolliselt the uonueiliii Millies ot thlsgietll disco-c- i , awitiup-lvtiut- , by sending )ulir;iu-uics- s to Di. Kiiiuet 0: tu., Bliigbalii-loh- , K. V., tot' a sttliile bottle and il 0..0K. that teils an about it, both sent to W" aosotutely irt-- by mail. When writ-inKiluliy mention tliat you read this liberal oiler in Ihe Bichmond Climax. V e for hogs, 50c. per head for cattle. Reference Western German Bank, Cincinsept7-l- y nati, Ohio. & w 7 0 g Not Baltimore and Ohio M BUT ! is Biggerstaff & Oldham. J? u U S rfeiiator .M. S Quay, of Kit-linn!-, I LVmiii-iNatii- a, I j i and ex- of Penn ctaie l.'eastirer sylvania, luue been indicted by the yiuiiii jury of Pliiiadeipnia for conspir tiia boil, liaafl, K itF!S Iff,S Svft!f VMIi!PiSStlfiti7 iWWi! v(v Jpfe XvWMIaA. J4jw & Rotary Motion and RANGES Waco. Died: Nov. 22, infant son aud Mrs Horace Kidwell, of dibea-se. of Mr. fcpiual Ball Bearings Lj THE ( SsgB-s&j- v PI Mirf Uelle Million, of Xewby, visited relatives here latt week. Messrs. Jackson Stajjner and Irvine Shinlet, Misses Belle Winburn and Mattie Shitllet, ot Union City, are guest of Mr. and Mrs Allen Wil&oii . this week. IJiue Wilson went to Richmond this VEVx EVER heSf g3 week to buy stock for his liiaumiouth VKU,EKIEDrSEMilHGSi clothing establishment at Wagersville. -- y lfc?s !sJi- Miss Mary Allen sustained serious A Brooklyn niillionaiiu lias jtist paid injuries by being thrown from a run 5105,000 for a batch of letters which he away horse several days ago. wile by IlcncyMiifloCo, Jtich For teceiitly wrote to a girl who was jiioiul, Ky. thoughtful enough to preserve them for BEREA. use in court. And et they hay literary Mrs. W. T. King ib very ill with work in this country does not pay. ASE YOU A DEMOCRAT? malarial fever has been for three w eeks. Aa old adage reads: "There is a place Xbt everything," and for cverythtnK to be Roofing', Guttering Lstilla Bicknell, the little daughter in its place, the LOUISVILLE DISPATCH of Mr. Mrs Jas. 1. 'Bicknell is veiy ill eLeald find a place in the home of every and General At the reitiest of quite a number of with typhoid fever. DEMOCRAT in the SUNNY SOUTH. The r. Job "Work. 1'iof King, of Berea College, is very Glasgow jieople Dr. Malcolm Dispatch is the people's paper, owned by the di&tinguibhed minibter who the ref4c. and ts always ready to fight low with typhoid fever. for the cue of the people. IT STANDS delighted the people of Richmond for SQUAHELY ON THE CHICAGO PLATDr. husk, who has been very low two weeks with his brilliant and inconsent of the FORM, without the aid or with pneumonia fever, is able 10 be up structive religious discourse, has con GoM Dos Monopolies, and a fair comparabout the ho'tse. tented lo deliver hi.t celebrated lecture, ison of Its news service (now being fur- niched over leased wires by the New York ISickncll it Earley will erect a large entitled "Traits of the Scot," at the SB. the Chicago Inter Ocean and the next, Monday ninht. blacksmith and unnil work hium( .V.IxM). Court-Hous- e Northers iTess Association) with that of DR. CALDWELL'S . 'i ....,l.i...: UIU .1 Dr. MacUregtir is himself ol J.IIC 11UC illlllCU LIIU1I ..f.l QllOl llllO any other paper, will fully verify its descent, and n thoroughly familiar a store. Mof.o. "If you see it in the Dispatch it's 'CURES CONSTIPATION. and if it's so it is always in the Disto the wife of Evert Vanw in- uith the character and traits of the Born, patch." d, people who gave to the world a The Dispatch also has a staff of over Headache and Xeuralaia cured by Dr. kle, a large girl the 25th int. a Moore and a MacGregor. aaa 'inf iwa a Qiiitli and MILES' PAIN PILLS. "One cent a dose." in .Mr. D. K. Welch, the merchant hits He is an orator of the first cla-s- , a will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE gone to Cincinnati aud Louisville on THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS ripe scholar and one of the most brila a a x business. He will be goueuooui two of any other Loulsiille paper. Get the liant lecturers on the American platDispatch: it 'Ike the ncus and tells the 4. weeks. Dr MacGregor delivered form truth about it. While out hunting the other dsiy. this famous lecture for fifteen coioeuii-tiv- e Daily. S pages: Sunday, 21 paes. Week- - T. got his face poisouttd, Hiram MahaHV-e lj. s oares We club with the Weekly nights in New York City and the Diepalch at the remarkably low price of which is causing him great pain. press of that metropolis speaks of it in Your correspondent is very ill with the highest possible terms A great FOR rheumatism, which confined him to the literary treat is in 6tore for those who house most all the time. v$c, "iorrva&o desire to hear it, and the distinguished CALL AT &.TV&. house lecturer should be greeted by a full Jessie Anderson, who had-hi- s VcdicTvY bxvs.. burned some weeks ago will begin to house. The lecture will be given under the build a new one next week. ffi liB 9 B rkF Six of the best Fire Insurance Comaueptcies of the Ladieb' Aid Society of urn panies in the United States. Losses paid 3 t va Overcome evil with good. Overcome the Baptist church, and an admission 8ft Vtzx&H. vsa S promptly. your oougliF and cokls with One Minute feeof 25 cents will be charged. Glasgow SALOON PARLOR In the Prudental, you are offered the Cough Cure. It is so good children (Ky.,) News, Nov. 25, '9S. best Life Insurance attainable, and on WHEN IN TOWN. cry for it. It cures croup, bronchitis, the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance weapaln ive the best We pneumonia, grippe and all throat and will not transact business with irresponBucklen's Arnica Salve. sible companies. lung diseases. Douglas & Wells. Coolest ami most refreshing 261 Second Street, The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. UpStairs. of drinks that can be found A Kansas paper tays that the cele- Bruises, "bores, Ulcers, Salt Illieuin Fever Je2-l- y in the city are dispensed brated Montana silver statue of Ada Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilby and nceommo Uehan, which was one of the featuieu blains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, of tho World's Fair, is uot silver at all, aud positively cures Piles, or no pay redating clerks. only lead with a silver skin. It was quired. It is guaranteed to pvo j.eifect UE0. W. RIIjEY Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. supposed to have been worth $30,000, satisfaction or money refunded. Price Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends but a Chicago firm, which ho'ds it for "23 cents per oox For sale by Perry & Wright's Celerv Capsules. TiKJiinta' Drug Stole, Successors to V. Phone .". Second St. Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '96. To debt, can not find buyers at SI, 000. dec!5 ly J. White. Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: RRHMOXJ), KY. Gents I have purchased a box of I It is (riuiifyiiij: to know that the Wricht's Celery Capsules from G. N. Middelton, druggist, and used them for Southern I'nim .Mag.-zme- , of Haiti Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Const i liioie, with a view to building 11 u j pation and found that they eave.me imi g eat So ill liein uiugaziue mediate relief every time. 1 think it an which shall cover every phase ol the excellent remedy. agricultural and homo interests of the Yours very truly, South, and intelligently discuss all sub9 Geo. W. Rilev. jects beaiiug upon the material advancement ut this section, haSIIlatUied A A, plans which promise to give to the "Within three-quarter- s of a Ken-tuckiau 3& leek a lunik. Il these cuaiges are the result of political r.iiicor ami imlounded, thex siioinil be dismissed at once. Il, Iioa-ee- r, eattn ttiese men have done the tlmms $3 75, and ol J. V. Allen twenty-eigh- t cattle at $3 50 to 3 00. Ciipt. h'uglidh clunged. tney should he comicted aiso sold ji bunch ol steel's h.r Hi, anil iitiuished. No matter how liiuh or how low a mail may be, if he is a Blown at $3.02. tmet, he should be punished. Frank-fu- it IIOUKDON sali:. ltuuiiiiabuttt. At the sale of Col. Sinner's estate yesterday a good crowd was in attendJ.aio to bed and early to rise, pre ance and stock brought fair prices. pares a man for his home in the skies. Cows sold for fioin $17 to $51.50; ork lint early lo bed aud a Little Early lutlh's, $00 to if 110 per head; hogs for iiiser, the pill that makes life longer mid about $3 per bundled; It! head, stock better and wiser. Douglas it Wells cattle. $30 25 per head; ponies for "Am I the first girl you ever loved? ' from $1S to $10 per head. Paris she asked him, more as a matter of y 1,000-potind ing to BP iWrnM wPKifi Ring in the new Ring out tho eld Ring out tho false Ring in the true " W" ig to you the new and true from tho piney forests of Norway "WUSs? R- - BELL'S h (My?? d What we Have to Show You. - 5.tj 'i- Pine science to a -T- ar-Honey &f - Nature's most natural remedy, improved by Cure for coughs, 'wmmvw colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n rated ; the microbe bearing mucus is cut out ; the cause of that tick'ing is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Pleasant, Permanent, Positive P- - $ &-- V W Si' : habit than anything else. "I cannot tell a lie," said ho. "You are not. You are simply the best of the bunch." Being a modern maid, she was content with that. The Western Horseman, published I AM 88 YEARS OLD, any remedy equal to lir. EeU's It elves quick and permanent rrlief In crip aa well aa conghfl and colds. It maks wealc I uncs strons. Sirs. SI. A. Metcalfe, Petlacah, Ky. Bottles Only. 25c, 50c. ant! $1.00 Sizes BE SURE YOU GET onJ never cscil . fef Dr. Bell's Fine-Tar-Hon- ey m km 1U' Of Investmen Company,: REUIQIOUS. at Indianapolis, Indiana, at $2.00 Mnc-Grego- UESIIHICO YRUP j PEPSI year, and issued every Friday, stands at the head of Turf aud Trotting and Pacing horse journals, is handsomely illustrated with pictures of noted horses and gives all the horse news from California to Maine. If at all interested in trotters or pacers subscribe for iL The j;reat annual Souvenir number will be issued February 10, and will be worth moie than the price of a year's subscription. It noes free to all sub- a Lexington, Kentucky. .". I &? & A & FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, Combinations and Iron something- new. BUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever ever exhibited in Richmond. CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, Sec. SIDEBOARDS Airy style desired. EXTENSION TABLES From i5.50 to 40. CENTER TABLES 75c to $S.OO in Ash, Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple and Mahoganv. VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproductions of the tables used at Bradley-Marti- n ball and made and painted See Them. CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogany, HungaMaple, Oak and Ash. rian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e (JOo to $15.00. ROCKERS From 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. 4 ng & M nd Safest Investment Largest Profits AND SURPLUS. S123.169.40 PAID IN MATURITIES. & "When Cost. Paid. DAY TELEPHONE T6. NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. $45,294.68 RESERVE in the City Wake Yonr Headquarters Witli scribersto Mac-Donal- cents tier copy. By special arrangements with the pub Ushers we are enabled to send the '2o others COUPONS MATURED OCTOBER, 1803. Ref.No. Cou. No. 2972 .581 1 4 Vi ' Western Horseman $2.00 per year, and the Weekly Climax $1.50 per year, both fur $2 25 during the year 1899 Give us your order. Hov23tf Another train load of alcohol billed to Japan has been '.Vest. It will be in the smokeless powder. There were eleven cars nf 03 barrels each, or 02,920 gallons. Recently an order was received for a large supply of spirits to be shipped to Great Britain. u-- ed Name. Address. . . . . Tlios Formaii Estate. Lexington, Ky . . Rock, to-da- y $1.25 A YEAR4 t vfv 5tb, v" raccicss ram ii.-;iia- K A Perkins " 31G0 . .4010. .Miss !' Sangergeltl .'Louisville .Lexington ' . 40S2 . . Tilda Morton 3232 " 3291 . . 4123 It AniS!igr " S347 . . 4207 . G B Newton 3412 .4318. . Dr S li Stevenson . . . Chicago, III Louisville." Ky 347S. .4253. . N" J Kliiinb " . 4405 Jas Peters 3539 ilarvodhliuru" 3004. .4470. .l'E Hell Lexington " . 4552 3G6S K 1) Say re " Louisville O W Pohlman . . 3727 - 4000 " . 3S17. .4515. .Etnorv Hikes 3S80 . . 4730 . . Geo l Itobettson . . Lexington, " Paris. 3943 . . 4815 . . Lucy Parker Lexington, 4000 . . 487S . . A J Tavlor ' " ."4S35 Geo D Kobertbon 4003 . . - ::55 .4751 3103. .31131. GlsNuHtun. " - . . . $ 3!) 50 . . . . . . Ihlritin .... . . $ S 73 1)2 ... - 4121 . . 4993 . . Geo 4170 . 5050 . . A J .' iia , .'--T j t vos'jr. 32S0. .5112. 4294. .5274. . 4353 . . 52U5 . . 4433 . . 3439 . 4494. .555(1. v45"0 . . 5GSG 4035. .5545 up-to-da- te . . . . . MIfs Mary Holloway . Lexington. 4700 . . 5700 Lonisville, " . . . . 47S5 . . 5787 . . John Heintz V Appleton 4848 . . 5S5G . . . . . . 4905. .4181. 4978. .59G1. . linia llausou . . . . Kt Thomas " . . . . . W N Cropper . . . 5037 . . 0033 Lexington, ator. My wife suffered more in ten minutes with either of her other two children than she did altogether with her last, having previously used fout; bottles of 'Mother's Friend.' It is a blessing to any one expecting to become a mother," says a customer. "If arjricccnn be placed on pain, 'Mother's Friend' is worth its weight in sold as au allevi- 5113. .0127 5173. .0255 .... .... ' "" .... ... .HA 0 .... .... .... .... E " Ixingtou J .MaryDalm. .... .Louisville," '.... " " .... . I) Robertson . Tavlor Geo D Uobortton Mrs M Tavlor . . Mrs Ella Ciano ... ... . u " '.... '.... .... '.... .... ... '.... ''.... . . . . . . . 44 50 . . !)5 OS 1)5 08 50 50 . . S7 1!) 50 . . 2 44 50 82 00 3050. . 0244 . 87 1!) 37 50 SO SO 38 50 40 40 37 30 35 35 3S 37 35 37 37 "1 31 37 30 31 30 32 I t BIGGERSTAFF OLDH IS &r 3350 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 00 50 50 50 .. . . . . . . 82 . . S9 87 . . S2 . . 87 87 7700 (JO liadison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED SO 19 1863. 00 19 19 .. . " " " " 71 SO JAMES T." HAMILTON, Proprietoh. . " . . . . . . . . . . - . . Welsh Joe Coyle J . Nicholasville Harrcdsburu Clarence Stone Cincinnati. Louisville, Ky 3050 29 34 35 34 32 33 34 27 34 33 32 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 31 50 . 79 43 . . 87 19 . . GG 30 . . 79 43 . . Si 58 . . 74 32 S4 5S . . 34 05 . . CO SO Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. liell . . . . J II I!.ikcr 5254 . . 5510 . . M E Chapman 5312 . . 0.558 . . Eliza Sliidtlel 5409 . . 0441 . . Mary Johtihon Mrs Eliza Goodrich . .... . . 5473. .0577. -- GRAND FARM 1 OF 160 ACRES, pike in the county: the land is lolling to level; 90 acres are m grsiss: excellent water well, cistern- and spring. Building's: An elegant twoi aud a half stoiy new brick of! 30 rooms, the finest farm res-- ' idenee in the county; immense barns; 3 tenement houses, one of which is a trood frame of 5 rooms and complete set of buildings which really v e il :i .supurate jarm. 11T. 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. T mile of Owensboro, Ky. Eveiw inch of it is as rich jis cream. It lies on the best lr - - IT BURNS GAS? No Mere j ' Tlis Sew Acetylene Css Dicyde Lamp. rT rfr it-ih "" V SOOT, SHOKE, GREASE nor DAHGER 1 . m.-iKU- ' .1 1 i 4 v.-i-ll Sw &3SDLUTELY 1 It can't iarorbtow oct like a'. Oil Lamp. lf IJrht crwt of n rnt n- -. hour. Throws . aclear.whitoli it li i) fti-- t txud f jr circul r an cboat tlie l-- ? Greatest t::s Tear tf Froai your &czZcr C . iUk-sI- .... o.- s.vw. WILLIAMS & LITTLE, auirll-Cm BAD8eBBBA2S0.60. KEMQ2KA, WIS. ly6-6- m wreck in these days of cheap, safe and swift transportation do not count. The new obstacle is a common sense cue. It is on one side or the other, and sometimes on both. lien nowadays hesitate to marry a woman, no matter how beautiful, no matter how attractive, or interesting, or witty, if she is All men worth a sufferer from having desire happy, healthy children. Any woman wbo will, may fit herself for the duties of wifehood and the exalted function of motherhood. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription banishes all hindrance in the nature of local It gives health, power and capacity to the delicate and important organs concerned in wifehood and maternity. It corrects all displacements, allays inflammation, heals ulceration, stops exhausting drains and soothes pain. It prepares for natural, healthy motherhood. It makes maternity easy and safe and almost painless. It insures a rnnstitntionallv strong and able to with- f stand the usual ills of babyhood. It is the greatest or nerve tonics and restoratives. Medicine dealers sell it and an honest dealer will not urge a substitute upon you. new-comln-D- South a publication unlike any other ill the country. For tlie coming year A New Obstacle. The old obstacles that used to prevent it has secuied many special coiitrtliu the marriage of loving couples are out of tors, including: date. The villian is a Hon J.IyM. Curry, of the Peabody myth nowadays. The cruel father is only a tradition. Distance, absence and ship- Educational Tund, luriuerly United illebrew, author of "Tobacco Leaf," "Sheep Husbandry," ' Wheat Growinji," "Grasses" ami other agricultural works Hon. thus AV. Oabney, president of the University of Tennessee, and formerly assistant Secietary of United States Department of Agriculture. lr. Edwarl Injde, author of South era Side Lights," a writer on Southern amurs, who has given many yenrs of study to ever phase of Southern life. of Hon. W.JUacCorkle, West Virginia, widely known tor the remarkable influence" of his administration upon the prosperity of that State. D. A. Tompkins, tho noted export in "After sufferinst untold tortures," writes Mrs. Station. J. Kenruton. of"Box 29. Douglas found Selkirk cottonseed oil aud cotton mill interests, relief and Manitoba, I thank God I Cc cure Pierce's Favorite Prescription." who has been one of the- foremost leadThe profit side cf life is health- - The bal- ers in Southern development. ance is written in the rich, red, pure blood of Mr. Thomas P. Grasty. a' special stall' hcilth. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation and sake the blood rich and correspondent ol the Mautifnctuies' pare. They sever gripe. By dragrists. Record, a vers?tie &"d vigorous wrjter, H. well-known - States Col. minister o Spain. J. Thus writes Henderson Dale, Druggist, of Canni, 111., to the Bradfield Regulator Company, of Atlanta, Ga., tlie proprietors and manufacturers of " Mother's Friend." This successful remedy is not one of the many internal medicines advertised to do unreasonable things, but a scientifically prepared liniment especially effective in adding strength and elasticity to those partsof woman'sorganism which bear the severest strains of childbirth. The liniment may be used at any and ail times during pregnancy up to the very hour of confinement. The earlier it is "begun, and the longer used, the more perfect will be the result, but it has been used during the last month only with great benefit and success-- It not only shortens labor and lessens the pain attending it, but greatly diminishes the danger to life ot both mother and child, and leaves the mother in a more favorable to speedy recovery. " Mother's Friend " is sold by druggists at Si.co, or sent by express on receipt of price. Valuable book for 'women, " Before Baby is'Born," sent free on application. con-diti- 5530 . . GGGG . . J M & John SkaiH 5597 . . 6709 . . J 15 Hilliard II P Cox 5007 . - 0809 5719. . 0S73 . . IC F Johnson 5771 . . 0951 - . V J Newman .Perry Crosthwaite 0829. 7000 . . 5S90 5952 . . 7130 . . 15elle Hammond .7011. DBGocul Dr A P Taylor 6009. .7215 6075 . . 7301 . . G132. .,7302. 0215 0280 0303 0419 0500 6592 GG40 G7Q3 ...... .... .... . . . .Danville .HJMarrs Louisville Catherine Lang " " EG Trotid J M & John Skain ... Lexington " Theresa Sliafner . J V Appleton .... ... .... . . . ' ....Lexington," .... Wadsworth Harrodslntrg .... Baltimore .... Lexington ... . . . . " Atlanta, Ga Lexington Kv . . Louisville, " . . . . . . - ' . . . . O . . . . Md . ' Ky Louisville, " .... Lexington " " " " " "...,. '..'. " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... . . . . Btickner McElrov, Agt Lncy Short, C Y . . 6779 GS31 GS79 0974- -. 0020 7082 John V Coflev Mary A Lighter Marino E J Shannon J D Pnrrell W II Ford V H Ford S SWells "... .... ..... . " " " Lexington " . " . " " " " " Georgetown Midtlleburg" .... .... .... .... '4.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7i20 7215 7325".-"- F A 11 11 7202. . 7375 HIE DRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., JanS-l- T Eastland ..."... AHLeFevre . . . W Norton IJallard Lexington " . . Atlanta, Ga. y 7432... ,.7521 .J.. .. V i . . . . . ". . . C W . .JDPtircell M I have abouc ;s! Twenty 757. . ."... .18i,-7835,',."'."-- . ;76lr--i. 7007. , - . . W J Loughrldge . . . ...WT. Tones :15BSisco Jos Burger A F Wheeler Francis . - . . Richmond, Ind Lexiuutoi Ky . . . Harrodsbnrg' Lexington, " . . ' " Nicholasyillc'' . I exington " '.... ".... .... " .... .... .... "....' .... " . . . . . . 29 50 31 50 31 50 25 50 31 50 30 50 29 50 25 50 29 50 20 50 27 50 24 50 25 50 23 50 25 50 25 50 24 50 22 50 20 50 19 50 20 50 20 50 20 50 17 50 20 50 19 50 18 50 17 50 18 50 17 50 16 50 15 50 .. .. .. .. .. .. 3250. . . . . . 7!) 43 82 00 79 43 . . 7432 77 00 Those who are contemplating- buying Marble, Granite, or any kind of 79 43 . . 01 S5 Cemetery "Work, will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in the rear 79 43 of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand . 77 00 a large stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all clashes of W G. GOUOHER. one of the best workmen i Central . . 74 32 buyers FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. "lln. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . . . .. .. Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work 7432 in every phase. Parties livins at a distance should write to ua for designs ' GO t 0 which will be furnished on application. 71 SO g&- - YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED- .71 80 71 SO 71 SO . . 5(597 09 30 GO JKMES D. H757VYILTON. Proprietor. SO SO 58 41 G . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. . . . . . . . . . . '..?'. . .Milton Johnson . . " Dannie . . . Maysville " " B Wilson . . .Louisville . . . 21 l.'i 3d-S- Owensboro, Ky. Wnt caa think Wanted-- tn Idea of tome Miopia hl(l.nn.tMitl TOBr Www: thyrny JntctJOHN WKDDEKWrBJ & Drtnirjro. wealth. t Writ I ad WMblacuta. D. c tor Ulr Bt ot imo tundrH laTeoUoa L) ptlcs offer wasted. COTr-atcn- Alter-cer- t, I I SDR. El CALDWELL'S IN DIGESTION. N PEPSI II " ;.---, .- ! strains) at $1.00 each. Call on or address HARRY S. MORGAN, nov2-- Brahma Cockerels for sale fit $1.00 each. Also afew Thoroughbred Mammoth Pekin Drakes (Rankin, Hallock and Newman Thoroughbred Light Paid-u- p Profit over cost Certificate. Total ... . . : . . '".... .. .,..'. . . . . . . . . . . . 1750 1G .. . . . . .1250...., 33 45 15 50 2G GO 50 . .3803 . 59 41 01 85 54 55 50 97 52 04 50 97 5G 97 54 55 t 49 7G i 45 02 42 47 45 02 45 02 45 02 3S 03 45 02 42 47 40 34 38 05 40 31 38 03 35 74 311 35 Richmond Market Fm . M mil s!"Siflir iM IfiH. m J Lsarl Kwt ,lwi r ji It's poor logic to agree that all meats arealike. Ourmreits are the best. "Wa kill firsf- class cattle, is why we have Those that have not favored us with orders in the past will be convinced, by giving us a trial orderthatour Rrrp. Mutton, Pork and other Meats, are not excelled by any market MiraJM .ui ciimgjsa tt?v!3i!! : 35 74 31 17 Fresh Fish Ikecieved Daily. t "Bad-dishes, ... 14 50 .. Hoe-8'ow- n vegetables such as Beans, PoUtoes, Peas, Cabbage, Onions, tettrice. &c ic., can be found In our market at air tunes. TnunkiugVou fw P3"' pairoaage, I solicit a continuance of same. . .S2.1G9.00 S4.900.38 S2.731.3S , may25-l- Telephone 0J. y AD..03lqlS, Macley Bulld!nr,' Main St. . FOR FULL INFORMATION ADDRESS Ffou) Rowell? Newspaper Directorij. Seciietwj: ' - - A. -JOS, SMITH jROWMAN, i V, '' " . -- . , "The Richmond, Ky., Climax, weekly, is credited with the largest circulation accorded to any Daner in Rihmriui or ; ro,i.-.i ' i tllP KtonMt'rVlnaruulrnnl rUAl. . It l!l ' . The oalv TMUr in MaIoab raBLir r " "MyblU'B Station, Madicm'Co.,jKY) JL.T, MlLUOJf, IfCiO 55. i- AftT RitfUMii, j. StfBSWTIN, $13 B.., v - n .x' f.V- k - loH9iBees. from li.le IwhPeh smnnorts ' frenMeat te "Ganotty - ail tUn o - - skiW ' p - -- - - Kh jr., . ,.., . - H. --;' . - - ,.:z,u ". a w, - assssslllsssssssssssssssssssssKlsssssBsBsgjiMPhg... 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