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' frk&r ':P3?'5?'f " S1?'! rf- iT;5S3 V.- vV--Sr- r'r-- 7- - J fl .- - ifTl .'j w j S, jH -- 3 n .g " . ICHMON RICHMOND, MADISON ' CLIMAX. 4 -- Lff i VOLUME 25. Tuc ri!louini! iinin-id COUNTY, " KENTUCKY, m WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1898. aef j p e.r rH NUMBER 28. ' -- j V j jBi'tl HEALTH1UL i :ll AND 41' k T' iH",iUMW PLEASURABLE, SHRlviiwr. sv.niEP l . .. . , . , -- .. also suextreme- .ruble, when you are in one of our easy .'. 'vme Buggies and . Our stock oi fine i. is unsurpassed for ,w. style, durability and , ,i! superior-and we ,imr them at prices that surprise 3'ou, quality con- . John Doxelson. I SOLICITORS WANTED EVERY HI r 'The Story or the Philippines" a- A,1 i..iji; commissiou'.'il by the Gov- ti) the War De- The boot iras written in army i.. n - t San rrancisco, on the Pacific with in the hospitalf. at Honolulu. i II ib K..UR. n the American trenches at n n th- - insurgent carutis with Agui- n thr deck oi the Olympla with Dewej-- . roar or battle at the 'utur agents Rrimful offall of Manila.t original pict un b) governient photographers on ; i Large booV. Ixw prices. Bie profits. cii paid 'redit frfven. Dror all traRhy ih tal war books. Outfit Iree Address, i Rarber, Sec'y , Star Insurance nidge., - official Historian i s -- i!aiteaJ. , ago oct?6-4- I I k fakir billed a town in Oklahoma with these words, am coming," and PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. PROM. calculate a question, he would sit all the people wondered what it meant. down, take olf his old brown hat, and, It was the talk of the town, and in a renting upon Ins stick, which was genATT0?.ir5T3. week or so again appeared the words THE WORLD'S GREATEST MATHEMATICAL erally a very crooked one, heould. "I am here Opera House WONDER BORN IN MONROE COUNTY. set to work. He mostlv wore on his R. W. MILLER. The billing had been so invhte'iiously head either a linen or wolen cap, with done that the people Hocked to see SuudaT. Atto esev- - at- - L va, a handkerchief thrown carelessly wnat Kentucky. it meant. The admission was Richmond, Meretiiih II liiiiul, wlioscreiurtrkaiilf round his back. only 23 cents. The house was filled. office in the Burnarn Building, next door to knowledge of tlic relative jroportion feb3-larmer's National Bank. When nobody elso could get in the of nunilier.x, ilieir lxnvers and projrres-siv- e The Glasgow Times in reproducing fakir bad a boy raine the curtain disdennniintiiioii, won for liini the the above, says: Late 10 bed and early to rise, pre. jS- -. STTXaXilT-XNTMEICHEN, playing a placard on an easel on which ilistincliuii of being the world's greatest '.Ir. Henry Crenshaw, of this place, these words were written in the same pares a man for hio homo in the skies. ' wonder, t as born in Mon- vouches lor the correctness of the inatlieiiiiiticil (llOVlS-KICHMt) X I), Iv . COU. JIAW AND C1IKAI'1I)K. am gone," and he was But early to bed and a Little Earl) 1 roe county. Kentucky, about 1S22. His foregoing statements, as he has seen bold hand, "I Attouxey-- a Law, Riser, the pill that makes life longer and parents poor, and botli of them Holland himself, and was well ac- gone forever," Douglas & AVells. kep.viiuxg and TnujiNG ne watches KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, A,j Work Guaranteed. The foregoing, which is taken from better and quite old at the lime of his birth hi., quainted with his woudeiftii powers. us, in the lirst store, an exchange, leminds Office over Taylor's Hani ware QUAINT AND CURIOUS. mother being yeais of age at Cxjurt House on Main Street. portion oi someiiiiiiy iiimuccurieu nere the tinieof liis biitli. He was regarded An liilrrriMii DriigitUt. H a U v! a S k.V!'ul itasss a few years ago. During the contest Cliincse coinage in the shape of a as feeble minded in bis youth, a id, in. yz& s j . i--. -a There arc few men more wide awake between Gen. Buckner and Senator fcnifA line In. .01 t.n.'iir li,..l.- - im .111 H. B HOGG, ' deed, liming bis whole life he wiiMiot ......u ...... v.w.a ...v.l WUVft t3 f.irL5 .VTTm-,U .JfTTTS3 V and enterprising than Perry it Thomas. Harris, of Madison county, for the 2240 D. V. ATTORNEY AT LAW. rnrv fllf f.li!ni-o- l frllll illidli'l. ' ., "r i . , ""'uecessors to V. G White, who spare Democratic 'nomination for Governor, , Kkxtccky. in The leaning tower of l'isa was built tJ TH -! YZr&i Rhiimoxd, (levuiupmeiii oi iii A r m ti!iil.tf1tln.A tliii !.-.- nfiimt....l.:n.. s. .t ' " ;larK county was me scene 01 one 01 in the twelfth century, and is thirteen mathematical faculties This abnor-- 1 fit illOlt lltlik fkf t ll . . 1 f. " """.' fill, tll.ifil'.-- tne Holiest coiucsts. uov jucKiier.tna.i feet out of perpendicular. Office No. 13 First St. tip Mairs. 31 30 mil talent or gift was discovered by M"-- ) "u" iuuuii:.iBciii.joriotsor rneiius out very little money, A canal connecting tho Mediterra (7"7X' his patents when be was about eleven King's New Disco very lor Coucump while Senator Harris' friends were nean with the Ited sea existed as early years old, and befoie he could read, Dr. Coughs &D JL CIIENAULT, J.C. tion. and Colds. This is the credited with having plenty of money. as COO years before the Christian era. write, or make figures. Ho wa-- . sent ATTORNEYS AT LAW, wonderful remedy that is producing A few days beiore the county conven Its length is ninety-twmiles. to school but very little, and it was KKNTUCKY. such a furor all over the country by its tion to select delegates to the State RlCIIMOKD, F10111 China $150,000 worth of human with d'lliculty that he eer learned to many startling cures. It absolutely convention, hundred of our citizens re- - hair is exported annually. It comes read or write. He never learned to cuies Asthma, Bronchitis. Hoaiseness ceived a printed notice, simply stating mostly from the heads of male factors, Olfice on Second street, over Chen- wiito except bv making large English Our line is full and complete. and in charge au!t' grocery. and all affections of the Throat, Chest "The Madison Roys are Coming. JJuck- - paupers and dead people. capitals-th- us 'A. IJ. C," etc-- He of Mr. M. G. Brown, a graduate embalmer and Lungs. Call at aboe di tig store and tier's friends thought it meant a public An Elizabethan kn-silver snooii little or nnt..!tig .f the rules of get a trial bottle free or a regular size PSYSICIiLlTS. and funeral director. It will pay you to threat that Harris' friends were coining weighing one ounce and a half was Ho was never very stunt arithmetic. oO cents and $100. call on me befor' purchasing your Christ- Guaranteed to with enough money to buy the instruc- sold in London recently for $1G0; that ' for or healthy, and was subject to epileptic cure or price T"ti? -- nwicniitc KJfA LNskJ 5 lefunded. DR. II. R. GIBSON, tions of the county, and waxed very in- is, $100 an ounce. This is a record ittt, all his life. Two or three times 'ftv-..s.s.s.-.-xrn.4:..2PIIYMCrAN AND SURGEON, during each month, and at certain Although is a Kilkenny fight, yet dignant. A caucus was hastily called price for old silver. it to meet the thieatened invasion and in one of the curious The Kentucky Units or stage of the moon, he would Rkhmosd we are profoundly interested in the ar- the next issue oi the IJourbon News, jelly bodies that inhabit the ocean can fall witii hard fits and writhe in the raignment of President McKiuley, by Bruce Cliatnp, who was Buck ner's chief practically efface itself when in danger, WM Dress Trimmings. Dress Goods. His wonderful talent Sec greatest pain Olficc in ihe Joe ..Km bmMirg, 18 nd ins old lnetict ami supporter Andrew lieutenant in this neck of the woods. by squeezing the water out oi its bodv or gift became known to lSarnum, the Carnegie ond Street, over Wane .eld drucstore. ' the iron and sieel King. He .. rn, n,. -f ... vitriolic. editorial de- - and forcing itself into a narrow crack. .X.41 his . nJt'l t ....-..w ...W,V great show man, about 1S18 or I80O, takes his chief to tank V For all the new and lor all manner nouncing this unblushing threat to so narrow as not to be visible to the The -- nlaiii CHAS. HOOKER. surrt-xxoi- ' and he engaged him to travel for of delinquencies, and while lie dbCSi . i in . . Collins. KiS up to date Dress Goods uuuus 01c 11 stS the ron.i lolllltv of C.n rk. l ''fcH-g- l luis season awhile with hi- - show and then pn not charge " ."-;I ETERTWHY st'ltiEnS. NIGHT PHONE 23. J corrupt motives, he loes While the wrath and indignation ot the ' i.!L-zf-l iiiciiiuiiii; iiic new eu- - require fancy braids. r fe.,iin' eatv. He &A him in hi charge him with weakness, all manner, Buckner people were at their height, . Ihe State Board of Election Comims- .!. (iNrtt. ;..in't 'Int. ' e have them in all .! erte, diagonals, w ul re h.i ten ,e..i to Lis of blundering and a . . of Ameri- another notice as mysterious as its pre- - sioims have completed the ofllcial pons, Ettimines, etc., the new designs, scroll oat vt- iin ei ahoui anio g can oT the vote cast at the lastiNo- Specialt Veterinary Denli 'ry ivd Ste 'I ly a interests to the foreigner. To fully deeessor appeared, r.rm Madison Boys count "The d lit-- 1 el ti . we can novelties, nouveautes, kl friends and iht come to us. up stair, over stor appreciate this leinarkable document are Here."' Lo! the mvsterv was cs- - vember r, election. The result shews , Cast Mam fat., , by Uichmond Harness r. depatt in .no k..ew where. While it has to be read in full. please 3011 in stj'le and , Hercules, serpe aprv-lJt,dP kichmond. Ky. It would ..i..i...i T......n.i ..r., jiuivii yjirAT,ii- iii(iuii.i iiiivuit "a ti iuimi with U.iriium, Jenny l.imi took great Few Points price. 'etc. See these trim- make the strongest campaign document son county politicans, bent on the polit- ' late Judge to be 2,792 and Hon. G. G. U.I interest in him and one day gave him inniiirife fr (,iiuii-1i- i f.. Im uii 1. mnngs. of the National Democratic Committee ical rape of a sister county, it was only vu-- i itiujuiiti(i ivi VWiit;iccj .j urj Jackets, Collars & Collarettes.' a cnriniis mathematical problem, the SUPERIORITY- In the entire Third Appellate district, Medicine and Surgery could publish. Carnegiesaysthel'resi ) new ijraiul of cigars sent out by a I i SILKS' SILKS an uer to which Would give her age. Main-tre- H twenty-twcounties, the Office Collins ltitildintr dent has sacrificed the interests of our Richmond factory. The election came composed of A new line of Ladies" ) Nowhere else will you find residence tthe IVirr tdace) an It was stated with many suppositions farmers and Tolephone the men of ofrin a few days; Buckner carried the Populist candidate, W. 1'. Marsh, only BraHdwa taylor made Jackets,1 more novelties than here. Wo and she told him if and the "horney baud, county with ease and the grief of the received 37S votes, while in the Third ' K EKTITCKY the dinner-pai- l the new Taffetas in Richmond, latest cut and color- - Jhave all Stripes, Checks ombre he wonlil Mile it and give her age lie I'laids, to a ruinous competition But it is im- Harris men and the indignatioii of the Congressional district Dr. Dorsey, the wi'llhl iugs; also a special lot Jelfects and plain all are beati- I5SM votes. that which ihe lincst possible to give an adaquate idea of this Hurtl'llfit litnti iri nn in cmnlii filial Iiq Populist nominee, only polled Over All Other Hesters. W KVN'- the world tlad failed o do, ami thai ' terrible of fur collarettes direct Lties. . Ihe Democratic majority in the State G. arraignment in any comments 'Madison Hoys" were found m the,. , , ,ww ' t she would give him her gold watch, . 1.1. .. from the manufacturer. ..OUl. UV,,,.. ,H or extracts we can make. Let it be mouths of both friends and foes. "iHfc. Pkacticalvy one of the finest ever made She had mote than the year before. Save'money by buying. We are also Agents for published as a Democratic Campaign PlIYSCIAS AND hnilHE'iN. only to state the premise- - and proposiINDESTRUCTIBLE AIR BLAST FIRE BOWL, Kegardless of Age. , from us vg, Buttenvick's Patterns. KKlt"K tions the second lime to get him to ful document and it will do more than Kl. IIMONII Produces the following results: everything else that can come from a The kidneys are responsible for more ly comprehend it, and at once came the Perfect combustion of Soft Democratic souice. sickness, sulleruig, and deaths than any coirect answer Taking from her girdle Great Economy Coal, consuming all the Fumes DR. T. J. TAYLOR, other organs of the body. and Cases, gaining Just so the rate jewel, the wnr of some masTHE NATION. PTtutilivnrr in SMMnr " Swgrry, in this. Many a household is saddened by A majority of the ills afflicting people more heal that i othtr much c Kentucky ter of his art in the old world she gave death because of the failure to keep ou stoves Is wasted. Kichmond Catarrh is our counis traceable to kidney trouble. it to him with the request that he keep hand a safe anil absolutely certain cure try" s enemy. La grippe. felS It prevades all classes of society, in all and residence on Second Street The Cross Drafts from the Bowl. caus tho lieat to Richmond, Ky. borne for croup such as One it 'in memory ot Jenny Lind Main rrjjp - lung troubles and Minute 'Cough climates, regardless of age, sex or conbe radiated to the floor instead of to the L3 years afier while he was slopping at KS other diseases of cell ng, like other direct draft stovev. Cure See that your little ones are dition. the mucous memDSHTAL SIJSGSBT. protected against emergency. Doug-1:1- s The symptoms of kidney trouble are Great Satisfaction in this. brane take hold & Wells. unmistakable, such as rheumatism, of our people v neuralgia, sleeplessness pain or dull T)t. "OaWVvTve iL '.o'asoTv and fatal results Perfect control of the fire, Great Comfort When a niillionaiie tell.s the people ache in tho back, a desire to urinate S so an even heat can be mainfollow with tained, and a good fir: kept - alarming fre- DESTtST. UNPniCtDL-- "" WiAT, ECO'IO'r, that he lives by robbing them, it is often day or night, profuse or scanty in this. over night. DuRAJTLiV. OF LOCISXILLB, KV. All of time for them to stop and think. Tom supply. troubles Will Burn Any Kind of Fuel with Equal Satisfaction next door to Government Building, deposit in Johnson, a Cleveland millionaire, Uric acid, or brick-duto 4. RirhmSnd. Ky. Office hours 9 to and novlT-lwitii the following: "I don't urine are signs of clogged kidneys causexist if531 i blood. believe in charity. It is merely au ing poisoned and where the membranes are clean and nicg rooms for rent.: other drink to a shaky man. What the Sometimes the heait acts badly, mid healthy. Four ft isZrrf fsa W v T? a B Ha Ca a K Oil fl.0 world needs is justice and not benevol casts (wasting of the kidneys) are Mrs. Lou Davis, Fayette ville, Tenn., . Hob-- 1 w ence. 1 shall continue to decline to found in the urine, which if elected tells in her letter how Dr. llartman'a Call at Dental Olfice of Dr. cured, remedy, "When DON'S COMPLETE PIL3 CURE is pcutirar.tecd give checks to eleemosynary institu- will result in Bright's Disease, the great catarrh lt cure you. I ; is the dhcovcry of an emincnf physician. tions, and I shall leave no money to most dangerous form of kidney trouble. her of la grippe and serious lung comson, next door to pastoffice. ' build churches and found libraries. All these symptoms and conditions plication. She says : Ho Knits ! hq Inc3rruptiQ!i of Business J! My family will be well provided for, are promptly removed under the inJ was afflicted with a disease comFRED SMITH. )R. Tho firfcfc tkCatmciiu brings immediate relief It Las monly known as la grippe two years but the rest of my fortune after my fluence of Dr. Dilmer's Swainp-Iioot- . it curerl thousands, and will euro you. said I had consumpDENTIST. (Suet Esaou 19 death, as well as befoie, will be epent in It has a world wide reputation for its ago; the doctors Siiackelfoud &-- Gestuv.i and iilL V, d. "WILCOX, prociinQnt merchant, iiolllieian tion. I got one bottle of Wc never did; but vrc have over Colliiw' Grocery, same office teaching people how to stop me, and wonderful cures of the most distressand chkr.' ct' the Chattanooga Fire Dcpartracnt, says : lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgm. JantZ-lseen the clothing at this time the becond night my cough stopped. men like me, from robbing them. So ing cases. - Afur years of Euffcring, DO.N'5 PILE OINTMEX V v. b icc- cF the year so covered with I took several bottles, and I will say No one need be long without it as it that I believe I would be a dead woman long as it is permitted to any man to dsndruff that it looked as if it tnr ended to mc. The u.e oi one bos effete a. r ernisnent cure. C. MORGAN, I had been out in a regular snow- w take what doesn't belong to him, so easy to get at any drug store at fifty now if it had not been for DR stttcnent, hming it w.Il be t' crer-inluntirily give you storm. of bring'r.gycunvondcrful rcx.e-iii t'tc r.tu'.in.i of oihcrj through monopolizing nature's re- cents or one dollar. You can have a wi'.h pics.'i Mary M. Pruitt, Palpa, Mo., says: No need of this snowstorm. 9 sources and the private ownership of sample bottle of this wonderful discovMedicine Co., Columbus, 0. DENTIST. .Price $1.00, Prepaid to any Address. As the summer sun would uT" !il and a book telling public utilities, plenty of men of my ery, Swainp-Hoor WHA T ZHA I I M A falling snow so will melt the 1 had la grippe for three successive over Madison National Bank, y kind will always be ready' to jump in all about it, both eent to you absolutely jly6-lRichmond, Ky. get a tighter hold V years; it seemed to 1Te do wi'n Philippine ft ')i r and do the stealing. My mission is to free by mail. Send your address to Dr. on me each year. It seemed I was in That is the questionnr with M i CHA1TANOOGA, TENN. i u! S tvo whuh th. hiiv cmn!i & Co.. Bingham, N. Y., and show the people how it fs done, lo take Kilmer H the jaws of death. What had helped HI Nations are wrenling-II ii ,, ...-. " Lli what they are stupid enough to let me kindly mention that you read this lib- me before would not do me any good. al Louis 3. mi Will Mm "il im HMMMHimi I take, and to shew them how they can eral offer in The Richmond Cli- I saw an advertisement of B put au end to thesystem which enriches max. VI procured two bottles and it cured me. .,. T ..... c ra M A s symptom since. I have not felt any me and impoverishes them. m t v uave ouv opinion, i n b. t, out am k aBBib. a.. Jt h i No.&tt West Ninth Street. Cincinnati. Ohio, 1 You may use this in any way you will be at Mr. J. B. Willis' . Wchmond, Ky., on LITERARY NOTES we don't propose to give it fop iV Aak please." j WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER Mb. 1898, MV lluw lo Lsiik (ini)i. nothing uutl until we get our . ij returning every second "Wednesday of each When Stephen Crane wrote"'Tlie Hed Good looks are teally more than skin Ask any druggist for a free price, we'll keep it to ourselves. month. Reference every physician 01 Rich- feb!6-l- y deep, depending entirely on a healthy' Badge of Courage" he had never been Almnnaefor tho jear 1S99. niond, Ky. But we give free advise on Jffljmmmy$. (S yA l 8 STT-?? is-.fSrtM l tfifrTeriraSkM ei condition of all the vital organs If the in a field of battle and knew nothing of Footwear where to get it, how His work excited livej is inactive, you have a bilious military affairs to keep it, how to wear it, and Hut later on he look, if your stomach is disordeied, von great admiration". when to wear it. J One make of Piano may have one, another two, another three KTJBH ; have a dyspeptic look, if your kidueys went to Cuba and was in tho front at raelt these flakes of dandruff tr. We fit you perfectly free of of these properties c& c mgEsSf are Directed, yoii have a pinched look San Juan Hill, aad in the December scalp. It goes further than the Ky., will OI No.SW .Fourth Avenue,;Lo.ulBTllle, charge also. All we charge you itpreventsthetr formation. guod health, and you will surely Ccs:wpolit&'! we liave nnothersiory, Secure this: be at the Hotel Glrndon. Sichmond. Ky., oa It has stiil otner propenics; for is the shoes we selL you and have feooJ looks. 'Klectiie Bitters" this lime from a real field of battle, enSHOUT IINE TO color to gray hair it will restore titled "The WooT of Thin Ked Threads." then we sell you for 3.00 and is a good Alterative and Tonic- - Acts Wednesday, Dec. 21, 1898. in just ten times out of every It will' be interesting for those who are SM.OO'as good a' shoe as- 3011 are directly on the stomach, liver and ten cases.Returning one day fn each month. Eyes exAnd it does even more: it purifies the bl,ood. cures pimples, familiar with his previous work to comin the habit of paying 5.00 aud roots amined, and glasses scientifically adjusted, feeds and nourishes the blotches and boils, and gives n good pare the two he imaginary null the $G.OO for. oct5-lBest Line to ofthehair. Thin hair becomes complexion. Kvery bottle guaranteed real thick? hair; and short hair beIf you will call and see us, ARKANSAS, 'J?BXAS, Apropos of the name Cosmopolitan it . Sold at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. comes we will convince KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. MEX5GQ ,. We hate a book on the Hair Suixetsois to 'W. G. White. oQ cents is rather curious to note' that the De e L US. CiVE, PitJirst LHSt. Ky. AND CALIFORNIA. cetnherissiie of that mnjmzftie cjnitul.is and Scalp. It is yours, 5 per bottle. asking. MEDICAL, one article having to do with Spain, Pullman Tourist Stecpioc Car leaves toil-vllfill rr w.n ilo tint obtainuse the benefits eyery Thursday" nighc and mns through COLLEGES. .... Z...t? rmm the ot tn Icor. The State librarian has reduced tho Another with India, another with Japan, to STan Francisco. J""lf-'""-PMlnh!.. - ,, - - j wnte uie twtw. I aeoc fa - 1 J Tuition ftr Literary anil Bible Coarse $82 a "& luraioaJous cosbraa'ion., Ageult fit mxt all Ask your tiotet a?eut (or.porUcnUrs.or write . price, or the Kentucky repctts from another with Cuba, another with USraKJ there la tomewbljn maywilh.yoor rs-year. More than twenty tehers. JlO.ftfl be eUy toll H Fowler, .TravellBff PasseogcriAgeiit, rtem an- Jonlsville, Kyateranl. CO to $2 per voluJiSc, for- tlm first Jamaica, anolier with TSbgland grmnaslsmv Thousand of supow-ta$3 , . 1 'inoTMi. . receive bocial and oral ivelfarlr of rtudea Chair Freo DK. J. UAXEK.orai.'w yolun.'forthe other, with Itomq '"ami. stiU" another AetBiaHKeoifnioE uneaus.Cars iAuUsille to . for edition, aad $l.t0 epcial atteatfen. OpwiEtaTieth , aim en --Bn No. 3, - Tfiatttj Stbe.--... r, ,JlyZ7-Ui Hj M caUloguex address the R eldeat. i. lirstTediictiotr in with. Franca., 'TU1 itf; pretty wide. A. h. hanson; second. This wm. a. kellonda aO ywira .X'e.P.ALoatevHl. Itherlcen rasf. "s A tli tiove:ei!tl'nj"in ho pnisjtei ity, ho fjll in a (it on the hireets. and. b R. I) ( himiWM. striking his li ntl against n eurbi-tont- , Yoa told us that a billow of prosperity would reCfived an injury from which be d flow hi the hospital for many das. A mighty wave, across the land from Maine to t hen ho cuiieious he found Mexico; That the mills would all be opened, and lost the hotel had burned and his trunk ai.d v confidence restored. baggage eoiitaining hi valuable present And the banks would "loosen up," their grip from Jenny Li nil. upon Clie golden board. He had ofien said that lie felt that We are testing, n5w, virtue of the golden I' . cure to have, in.. re than any one he had ever And are waiting, waiting, waiting, calmly He was taken to Kurupe waiting for .he wave. om-e- . thfiiee to South America by men Yen said the glorious I'lag of Thrift, at once who paid him a large sum and made uould be unfurled. immense lorttiues uy gambling on him, And wave again in gladness, o'er a reconstructby iifttiiis; that he could solve certain ed norld; That hope's effulgent beams would shine in problems in u given number of sefloods of living light. conds d And despair would take her This extraordinary man would stiide everlasting flight. over a piece of land or field and tell the That thetic grand things would happen, you eoutonts of it with as much exactness your fcoleui promise gave, And now we're waiting, waiting, calmly wait- as if lie had. measured it by chain ing for the wave. In sjlving dillietilt and seemingly Yes. all these things would happen, we were tiiiansueinble problems Holland nevel confidently told. If we'd vote Buckeye Billy, and the single lailed. He said the answer came to him without any calculation. He was standard gold. But now we're on our uppers from tramping initable and often contrary, and in turn through the street a good deal like tin eight-year-oIn of bloated buyers of tobacco, hogs, child. Hi face was farfiom intellectand wheat. Some voted as yon said they should, in Lopes ual but when he sometimes lifted up the way to pave hit. habitually drooping eyelids a wonTo better timet, and now we're Eadly waiting derful light shone out. He was one of for the wavs. the wonderful beaks of nature one of We've been waiting, waiting patiently, for lo, tlic world's prodigies. Like Sampson lhpsi' mnnv ilntu. And Wrftchinir for the rosy dawn tocreetour "' stltJiij;til J like blind Tom in music; like Napoleon iii wr, he was in anxious gaze, Til our vardrooes are depleted, and our lar-- ( mathematics' a phenomenon, the like ders running low, of which the world might not tee And the interest on the mortage due, again, lie died about seventeen yeais And we are out of "dough." But hope deferred will drive as prematurely to ago in Cincinnati. He was unmarried, the grave. and left few immediate relatives. He If we have to watt much longer for the coming knew nothing about saving or making of the wave. money and was nearly always in destitution. When anyone asked him to -suf-feiebci-.uiit) ilcdicateil to tlieii.ntinpiital Motel at Philadelphia,! I ,; I I L ABSOLUTELY tURE ; g Handsomest Score! f0mm '"p, I Wl'MWr???'2FliiJv''V2l? tf W tfM t a a SIAA KAr& Arftl A rfM d w a a a a a I 'E&3 K7ZZX?ZTrKJKr fciirWJiK r. ,,,...-.- . I 1 m -- tc Makesthefoidmoredeliciousandwholcsoine ed - County Court Days. - 4 HEW Shirt-waist- L YORK FASHIONS. &r old-fash & r 51 Srw b , 51 5C0CK B-s- ( 5 jf I Which of - I he Paris, .Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madihon county, tirst Monday. Fayette county,, second Lexington, Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. jKicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark couutv, Monday. Versailles, woodford county, Monday. fourth fourth ,,rt ff LlfW&jL lilLta J$k "er g -- f TKrnn in Tnin9 , 'fr&tf iv-.- sss-,s-sc22ig?f- ravcii-wlnge- ld Soothing, healing, cleauing, cleansing. Do Witt's Which Hazel Salve is the implacable enemy of sores, burns and wounds- It never fails to cure Piles. You may rclv upon it. Douglas & Wells. - REMINISCENCE OF THE BUCKNER-liARRI- S CAMPAIGN. (Winchester Democrat.1 i t. ' I Courier-Journ- al y llavin.-- removed inv stock of Jewelry to the Bright Building on s of plaid Main Street, formerly occupied by E P. Palmer, I am better prebright and serviceable. '.PSrai pared than cvec to serve the public. I have notv the Handsomest Jewelry Store in Richmond, the largest and bestissorted stock, All capes resemble quaint, THE LOWEST PRICES. This stock includes ioned models of long ago. Silver and Cut Glass Novelties, The dtcollelcge of an evening gown DIAMONDS. may be charmingly trimmed with WATCHES. And Everything Kept in a .CLOCKS. fringe, having a wide, knotted head o. ESSVS ing; the whole being ten inches deep. & lrVr5 $j!ft0SlLVERVJARE. Jewelry Store. A narrow, with linen cola lar and black satin stock, complete the Special prices made on Wedding Presents. I invite all ray old friends and as many new ones as want honet ensemble of a red or blue flannel shiit values and courteous treatment, to come and examine my stock. waist, very effectively. Clocks and Watches Repaired on short notice. A delightful dress for a boy yet in A kilts, is shown by Best & Co. The skirt is attached to a plain waist with standing collate, and has fullness ar5 ranged to foim box plait in centre "Rnr'ju'VdlTVQ, "RvcmoTv&, "rvvj. front. The sailor collar runs nearly to j the waist line, and the outer body por P A 0 .A tion is seamless, both btu-- and front . JSV u Jk - fl... - C A. Cw BJi. ' The new est form of skht is without J J ivra us s iva J ik.i J ua j ?i Jw Js; J iwn JSik "vi v?4- - j "tp W .u v "? 1.. iss v r t r tt " r lolds in back, coij: bisting of a bias-cW !! 1II1 'PI PM . yoke coering the hips. It closes in Ml back with huge fancy buttons. To this yoke is attached the gradually widening skirt. XUNtB. 7 tf& Shirred ribbons are much tis'ed on silk cestuuies. Braids steinly refuse to be overshadWATCH" THIS KVKRY WEEK. Next week Pfex owed as trimmings. Monday Only Ladies' Fleeced-line- d Chenille docs on tnll'eta grounds are Hose worth 20cts for lOcts; Good Machine the novelty among silk fabrics. spool for 2c; 12 yds Torshon 33 Thread. 200-ard- s The arrangement of the neck requires Luce for 4c: Bargains in Ladies and Gent's special attention; lace, cbillon and! other airy textiles soften outlines. Underwear and Hosiery. zjD'7 The circular cloak is becoming to the short, stout woman, but her slender Dry Goods, Notions and other articles. Resister should avoid it member the name when in doubt. KvuiiYN Oaiji.i:. i BOvf ............. you io iilloV I H Hpi '&& a. ilf m, leava. p isir ''Manners Makes the Man. "Mind Makes the Man." "Home Makes the Man." lSwJ ! tgr &4 .. , First-Cla- ss Jsjjafe and if you decide that "Home tSia makes the man," let us help turn-ove- r I w? sr ie jeweier, CL ic:6-6- ' ?- ut ' III Ji T.-- A C rl ' 'vuf-- j '- C J. make the home. Our house furnishings are helpers to happy homes. Our ools are honest, handsome, and handy, at a less price than expected elsewhere. Christmas is at hand and it should be your good judgment to give as a Christmas present, that leads something that will adorn your home make it brighter and more cheerful. Take a peep at my handsome line of u33'!kD, BIS 7 J& eo-roor- n QAflV I1W Y a.fi'HitfififlH.S uFou 5 j The IVIaine Commission Co. fflOS. H S V-. L- i? - r J. -- Manager -- ,, ri?i I w-n- - wi:-er-. op-pM- tP iifty-M- j. j T - fvi-ln- t ( . P """-'- " "",""; ! !( ij i, TT VO 1 T7 , h- T - -- r-- cr, r A V MT? l:--- M lgl SJ UTTTnTAAi . ( j 1 - In Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Mahogany, Golden and Antique Oak.... Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds. Elegant Sideboards. Extension and Center Tables. '0dd Dressers. Chiffoniers. Parlor Cabinet Book Cases. Ea Racks, Etc., Etc. There is also on display in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever brought to Richmond. My selection of Rocking Chairsand Moquette, Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot be excelled. A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and Corduroy, just received from the city. Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Work Baskets. Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attractive additions to our business. If you are a lover of beauty it will pay you to call and my line of Framed Pictures, Medallions. &c. We also make a specialty of framing pictures. W j o tM go top .. (m seal-to- n I 1 White & C0 ilKA- -. . S XeTaVUQ. i'" fabsoii's Store If 'If ; r, -- p lilrU ILLE MOBERLEY. 17- ' j , &? v-- Dress imi-i-lms- .nl-.u- 1 -- i.-- ll.ll-eU- lll f- - r vt-r cre-V'W- ciu-riiic- e cc y accu-piey ii-- l 11 a jasper. n ;..l ,,,..,. o vTVTSTSiTV tines, 1 4 wage-woike- rs 1111 I . ( 111 ,. 1K, adiant o?ne.ir jjlasi I Mi to-da- y . w Gibson, ri ce , J iS?l .,-- Stiieet, fe,VAAir!AAi ""V :- ' 12-- 1 isac-ciedite- d st y ' ! . germ-fille- d M w B FOR SALE BY oi" a, D.B. Shackelford &Co.9 to 44 y h Pe-ra-- -- J. 1 a. s s i Richmond, a!'(& rinr -- - Kentucky. M J y g ! Pe-ru-- t, i 44 DON CHEMICAL COMPANY M I 1.1 i kirn a. 'JS&Kiiii'MBPI' 1A1 mn-.m- Sg1' iVBlK IAaJHtBi "j -..- I mm ! Ul y oct-VI- "f V.KH shb Dr R. Goldstein, v a UrC .m lf 1. -.- ........ I a1 n UuMML i gfeipiOfer i - kid-uey- s New Orleans- y long-hair- t ij- - for-th- ERABY-BIBT,- le - ..- ,'-,, l irw. - . U "ir -' fHawaS -- ds.i e y ,.r- - w- BreeffiafrBro's.,-' -r t- First AU iruKtaU mU Dr, Pita Mh. .T O.yA.-,,Chlae0- t' 'icr i! .." .? eli . , fer ', K .r. ifZ& MfcrO- t- h. ? - ?1 " 'r -- rS . tr . r' iri. -- " "&; sSO BgMWMBWHMHBBIBWK!MMWWFWMffPWPpwWBpiyBiyglSayM v Ml . V-- K"" ?1,J,S7T. v -v- tx ! 'STe1 F -- .:& " -- S"W- H" - r '- - . - rj. - - x The Richmond Climax. r it of "Winchester, are visiting Mr. Henry Hargis. Mist. Nettie Foster lias returned to Lexington after a visit to Miss Adilie Always Delicate Child Was Nervous and Irritable and Had No Appetite Hood's Sarsaparilla Has Changed All This Scrofula Cured. Sarsaparilla has bad a wonder-f- nl effect on my little daughter. She is five years old and haB been very delicate all her life. She was nervous and irritable and had no appetite. A large lump would appear on her neck every few weeks and then would disappear, leaving her very weak. "We concluded to give her Hood's Sarsaparilla. At that time there was a lump on her neck. When she had taken one bottle it had disappeared altogether and she seemed like a different child. Instead of being cross and fretful she goes about laughing and singing as merrily as any child. We are very grateful for Hood'e Sarsaparilla." Mas. Jen-HI- E GAMBEB, Bardstown, Kentucky. Is the best la fact the Oue True Blood rurifier. Sold by all druggists. Si; six for S5. L PRECINTS. i Proprietor, nd Editor. A.O.SuLLeS:T' C E. WOODS, Associate Editor. ' If 150 ?' 144 155 ,i ifi f The Louisville Legion is at home NM from the war, begosh! Chiistmas is almost here and Ixmisville merchants want us country ducks to come down and buy our goods. Hence the enterBBP3i HbT KM1 d Spool Silk, 5e. prising Commercial Club gets up a 12 Yards Lace, oe. . V . three" days celebration, invites every. Handkerchiefs, lc. and up. body to come down and "Welcome The Legion." Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up. o sroods Hence these tears! Brown Cotton, 3ic. per yard. Now then, when our dozen and a Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. half of 6oldier boys came home we Overcoats, $2.50 and up. didn't celebrate and we don't propose g of the to celebrate the Always watch for my advertisement, I can save yon money. First Begiment, except in mental rejoicing If we are entrapped into the Cex) Soo&s &jeY shops of Louisville to snend money for Christinas goods, under the guise of 3&e.s; welcoming the "Legion," a legion of Dost and Less Than Cost ! merchants here will lose the trade that deuce. Mo., who was formerly Miss n Democrat passes vallI1. i)llnn. nf !i,.,innil. ntu! At is theirs by right. TiiK 2Cicho!a-villinto the contiol of JIurs. W. K. So, stay right .here. Buy your goods tended College here under Mis. W. and John .'. Harris. It will be (?. at home, fioin merchants who adver is visitinu her brother. A. Dtiiocntfc as heretofore. Mr. Pilcher i)n,in.jstanfortl Journal. Use in our three papers, and send your made the Democrat a welcome visitor The complimentary entertainment of congratulations to Col. Castleman on a table, ami we hojw the product to music and recitation given by Mrs. postal card. He's a gentleman and is s('or. Main and 1st Sts. ot his ten yeaiB labor will continue to Richmond, Kj Mary White Beasley, of Xicholasrille, not in the skin gillie. - journalistic world. shiiH brightly in tinand Miss Xannette Heath, of Hieh- Circuit Court. n,outl- - at Science Hill Monday evening of Commonwealth vs John B. Van 'ou vn. who represented, or The case coats For SIS Spencer county was a verv enjoyable affair. Miss Tribble. charged with iho murder of rather mfciepn-rfiited- , in the EeeUdntnre two .ears ago and lIeath banned the audience with her James Hill, both colored, was called of elocution and Mrs Bene- Tuesday last. The case was given to seven saloon licenses, that were soon o against thee association-- , partly from e who was too ood a "Democrat" to n,le a ley's music was a rare treat, which will the jury Wednesday afternoon and expire, and re issue them all fur one itfiioinnce and partly because we for Senator, has volo fur y j. j.. a been rewarded for his political perfidy long be cherished with pleasant memo-b- after being out a short time returned a ear. It was a smooth s heme to head thought that oung men could find in m. Bv jo. '..': lieinj; given a still house job under "ee. Shelby News verdict fixing bib punishment at life ol'fthc voters, and if the action of the th.- churches an abundant field for the council shall stati:, aud if the vote n exercise of ali their energies But we BeeHe Collertor Snapn at Louisville. Mr. Daniel Mays Bomar, junior edi- - imprisonment in the penitentiary. 98 local option shall stand, conditions have charged our notion mid can and of the Woodford Sun, the senior be- tor IkJIjt Sentinel. The trial of Alex. Pence, charged with 8 ' CO ing Mr. Atchison Bomar who married killing James Smith, was put off until will be pretty much as the v were before do most heartily recommended iheY. B 1 f! if K4i KnflH There are oihers. m 8 oe 1 thl S ft 5L I. C A to all oting men and old ones " In the council Messrs Piewitt and Miss Mary Chenault, daughter of Dr. April term of court. e 9 9 C..L. . C. P. ItKKcKiMiilN.i., who Itobt. Chenault, was here last week. Pickets oppoii'd the of license, too for that matter. 9 The trial of Durritt Itogers Dick in the manner above described. Mayor "We heard that a young man in has been dead for several v ears, at least Being a young bachelor, handsome and e On and after January 1st, lbyy. om- lxlitiejiHvaio-- e troin the tomb to say agreeable, a gifted writer, highly moral Williams, John Jackson, O. P. Jackson, Smith did not vote i.s it was unneces- whom we feel an interest, went thirty Q terms will be 09 that.' free -- ilver is likewise dead, but and popular, here is a chance for a Blue Jab Owen, Aba Powell, John Isaac and sary, the majority of the council deter- years ago to a distant city and being 09 Joe Ixivett, charged with klukluxiug mining the question, the Mayor voting .i poor boy with small salary he could tin.-- leaders don't know it, consequently cc 09 Grass Belle to capture a helpmeet with ol fv327, x fiiis Stock is New 8 they will nominate Bryan again and all the qualities that grace a good and Charles Murray, resulted in acquittal only in case of a tie. The local option- not anonl to have a fire iu his room. 8 j of the accused. 8 he will be badly beaten, as he deserves true husband. ists have the opinion of two of the Being invited to the rooms of the Y. 8 The Latest Ed Jackson, colored, charged with ablest lawyers in Kentucky that the M. C. A. he took advantage of it aud to be. Then the democratic party am, Mrg j Stone AValker pnter. 8 We have attempted to run our business by coMr I attempting to poison J no. vote taken Satuiday is constitutional, fn.ind a cordial welcome, comfortable will come io it, sen-e- s, and begin a .. m.... i. m,co!,. llecting our accounts the first of each month, 8 1). Harris, was given two years in the whereas, OS ,, new era. " Atter saving which the siige Li.,,. ....;..; i. t ,i it has been said that equally iippartmetits with books and papers to 99... but have been unable to collect them all ItWiiUi. Ul Jli. IlUil ill Da VlfclJ LILIIIU a as able a lawjer has decided to trie tead, and no expense for beer or any o!hv more gathered his grave clotlieb James Scott, of Xew York, and MNs penitentiarv. 9 promptly. W e are therefore compelled to sell 8 sort of dissipations. Ho is a man of around hi;n mid laid down to dream 'Boone, of Louisville. There werebix Madibon Harlan, accused of willfully contrary. 8 for CASH that we may pay cash for our goods, middle age now. but has always been a 9 So there you ate. asiii. Stanford .loumal. and will endeavor to make it to the interest of tables elegant refreshments wereserv-- I killing a horse, acquitted. subscriber to this association. I call attention to this letter which 08 George Story, charged with breaking ed, and six beautiful prizes were award- the trade to do business with us. We have a I learing this and receiving an invisea... ed. The costuming of the ladies was into N. B. Co's meat house, two jeais is a, refutation of a canard that 8 nico hue of Staple and Fancy Groceries, e here last week I trust the tation to a uception at their rooms, we Qnccns-warnotably handsome. Desides the guests J in penitentiary and Glassware, Stc. Give us a af attended on Tuesduv evening and w ho claimed to be simere friends 8 in call, examine our stock and get prices. Mr. II. C'. Jasper is in Louisville. of honor, the host and hostess, there The case against Henry J iles, charged their opposition to 8 local option because were surprised and gratified and enter were present Gov and Mrs J. B. Mc with the murder of Joe Gatliff, has 8 ST"Goods exchanged for country produce Miss Bessie Miller is at home from 68 it will not 'local opt," wili confess that tained. Wecaiinot go into a full deCreary, Dr. and Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith, gone into trial. 8 Paris. they were imposed upon when they bet iption of what we saw and heard, OS Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Smith, Jr., Mr. and 8 Mfcs LrcIh Biimam is back from Prize Debate of the Juvenile Literary Society, were told that at Danville it wasa "fail but we can understand how" young Mrs. It. R. Burnam, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. 8 e " Pittsbeig at the Court House, Friday Evening men can be vastly improved morally . et 9 ure." Clay, Dr. and Mrs. V. H. Hobson, Mr 09 at 7:30. Miss Ilekn Bennett has returned and Mrs. B W. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. 09 Danville, Ky., JCov 30, '9S. and physically, Ijy joining this asso- 09 ciatiou. We had good music, admir 99. from Frankfort. For the benefit ot the new library Clarence 12. lllwcs, Richmond, Ky. Is, n B. W. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. OS 09 able recitations and a display of gymWEST MAIN ST., KICHMON'D, KY. In reply to letter ol 29th lonceruing Mr. S. Wolfe. f Pinsville, is visiting Shackelford, Miss Katherine Stone of the Preparatory of C. U., an excelV." 5, . ' friends in tliis city. Walker, Miss Margaret W. Chenault, lent programe will be rendered at the the whisky traffic in Danville, I beg to nastics that greatly surprised us. Let B b m at ( Death )Accidents) ? every young man in town, and especial Court House, Friday evening. say: "owe W- - II. Shackelford, Mrs. Win. M Mrs. Ijier Miller Woolen has gone Mr. ; ( ( juoniestoto The feature of the eening will be the That I have been an bllicer for 16 ly those who have no homes iu the Irvine, Mrs. Fanny Shelby Miller. 15 w to Texas oa a visit. JTt F. vwwwvwwwwwswwwwaJVtJJBa90 to all.;d)Many. ' v ) First Annual Prize Debate of "Prep," years in Danville and Junction Citv; I city, go to the rooms of the Y. M. C A. . vj .M ftw f Mr. n. X. of Paint Lick, is but other interesting exercises all I have worked under open saloons in and they will titnl the very best sub in Cincinnati this week. town and business will soon may lick up your short will be included. Junction City and no licensed saloons stitute for a cultured, religious home." such an institution and that wedemand ACTIVE SOLICITOUS WANTED EVERY MVHEHE for "The see are by Murat Halstead. fctory or the Philippines" Mr. T. T Covington . in Cincinnati FIRE property in an hour. hv The society feels justly proud of its in Danville, and thcro is no comparialready in condition to meet such a ernment as Official commissioned the tho DeT.vn.kk-PatQuite a surprise Historian to War ImyiHg christina goods. VALLEY VIEW e partment. The book was written In armr demand. and the son between the amount of whisky to her friends here was the marriage on fine new glass front We. as a Board, wish to thank all of camps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with Van cannot affovil to fomity Attorney Leonard West, of last Thurbday ot Miss Margaret Pates to large number of Looks, which have sold and drunkenness and lawlessness General Honolulu Richard Quisenbery returned from those in our community who have so 1? Hong Merritt, in the hospitals attrenches at. Kong, in the American ranthese rikx. been contributed by the students and committed. There was at least fo'ur Iriue, was here y est el day. Let Mr. Joseph Tanner, ot Clark county generously responded to all calls made Manila, in the insurgent camps with u k carry them for yon in times as much whisky drank in Junc- Ford. Saturday. for the Infirmary, hoping for a continu- and on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey, Mis KmiM Logan, of Danville, is The wedding, which was a quiet, home friends of 'Prep.'in the roar of battle at the The price of admission is 2o cents tion City by llie gK-s- t of Mis. Margaret White. the number of The school at this place, being taught ance of this help and sympathy Bonanza for agents. Brimful offall of Manila. ajfair. only a few intimate friends and original The Manhattan Life, through the coining vjar. We ask those tures taken by goverment photographers picby Miss Hariis, will close this week on Mr. ('has. 11 Smith is lookin after j relatives being present, was solemnized to public 15 cents to all students. "Will people as in Danville. the spot Large book. Low prices. Big profits. of Kew York. who have been indifferent to give some Freight paid. Credit given. Dror all trashy friends of the As to the statement reported to be in The Misses Hutchison, of Keeno, are thought to the subject and to realize hi-- . lHbr interests in Breathitt county, at one o'clock at the residence of Mr. not the patrons and the the bojs and circulation in The Preferred Accident, ) unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address, Richmond that there are visiting their brother, G. W. Hutchi- that it is not a personal or private in- F. T Barber, Sec'y , Star Insurance Bldge , on uroatiway, ltev. J Preparatory encourage or rew Yorfc. Mrs S4i1Ki.KMiev.0f Denver. C'olora- - J01,u oct26-4stitution, but a public charity and as Chicago. girls in their first open session of this 20 blind tigers iu Danville, we, the un- son and family. ls- Mtil'n. of Versailles, officiating. Ui, is iitin; her cousin. Mrs. Stuart j The Phoenix Fire, such it is the duty of everyone to indersigned, will give $50 reward for each The attendants were Miss Bessie Mc society? of Hartford. Jul lea. terest himself or herself iu it. Infirmary Report. dive, to anv reputable man who will (iuartette. Jirsic M Ginn and Mr. lacy Moffett. and Miss Jasox Wawcek, Mi- - Aim Benton and Mr. Hampton conckut I'ecitation. by Elocution come and point out and prove to us The first of October, 1893, closes the I'resident of Board of Directors. Stella launer anil .Mr. Harrv aMolIett. n GO TO THE Plfiffl Report of expenses of the Pattie A. such dives exist iu Danville and whisky eiKth j ear of the existence of the Pattie Those present from a distance weie class. A clay infirmary and below will he Clay Infirmary from November 1, 1S97, is sold there. The law against the found the reports of the uflicers of imitf declamation Barbee Bftttb. Miss Besbie McGinn, Versailles; Mits the to October 1898: blind tiger is as vigorously enforced in Association and of the Board of Direc- HousekeepingI,expenses declamation' Win. C Smith. You can have your hay Sallie Pates and Mr. James Pates, 6C8 15 General Insurance Agents. tors, dating from November, 1S'.)7. Housekeeper's salary.. . Danville as the law agains stealing 126 00 ... $ 808 53 Harry and baled on the shares or for Moffett. Mid12 W. Short St , Lexington, Ky. i! Messrs.Misses Stella and Ida Tanner, of reviewing the ear we find it in Nurses' salaries . eyOFyice Main St. In decll-l- y G. T. HELM. Chief of Police. MCSlO. way; uoal 12S (H cash. Also have hay for somih iiiih of ttiH most MirrcRQ J. VT. 2Z ASTEES, Proprietor. Repairing cess pool J. 11. FISHER, Mayor. li)4 15 Winchester. The bride is a daughter. ful wo have liad. Ihe average expense Nepal on buildinir 49 Regular meals 25 cents. Lodging 25 cents. sale. .Lkxington, Kv. DK11ATE. 43 99 If men who convinced good men ui uurriiiu uii mis iiisiiiuiiuu nas oeeti House furnishing . Most convenient and centrally located hotel In of Mr. J. W. Pates. oL Midwav. and a Drugs HUGH MILLER, SI 15 the city. Fine equipped bar in connection. ltEsoi.VED, "That Territorial expanthat total opl ion is a failure will make about two thousand dollars per annum Water & Light Co . sister of Capt. John It. Pates, of this 36 00 decl4-lBox 13, Richmond, Kj. for the past six years. This amount Insurance l'.OO city, and is a of rare excel- sion is the best policy for tho United one strongyjffort to uphold the law, and keeps in our community an up-ilady Telephone 19 40 date Advertising Co ,. . will encourage others to do so, then hospital with trained uurses ready to 550 lence of both heart and mind, besides States." ! NEUAT1VK. thete will be lit tie trouble for Richmond meet the dtmand for private nursing many personal charms which makes A1T1HMT11: $2,088 95 ! HEX J ANDREW b to succeed iu the matter as BERTHA K. STRENG, f of outside of the hospital. her a prize worth winning. Mr. Tanner IIEN'XIS FIELUEK Secretary of Board of Directors. If the present sjurces of rveiate do Persons having claims against the estate of KIJWARD C. STOCKTON" tho counties in Kentucky are doing is a prosperous farmer of Clark county, RAYllUUX KCCKEl: As Trustee of Mrs. Susie X. Laml, I not fail iu the future, namely, the city W L. Leeds are notified to file same, properly Reon of the Treasurer of Board of A dark iron gray horse, 'CI'Akkxgk E. Woods. old, about 11 verified, with my attorney. J. C Chenault. on will sell publicly, to the highest bidisecitatiov (Htimorances ) near Winchester, and is a most excelappropriation, the revenue from county Directois: hands high, heavy mane 2d day nf pt.v patients and from theser-vict-- s Cash received from Ass'n. Treasurer $1,806 97 farm at the mouth of and tail came to my or before the barred by January, 1893, otherwise der, on The Conlerencs Was a Success lent gentleman and well worthy of the Miss Dorcas Francis. Red River. Madison same will be law. of our tinitifd nurse-- , it will leave Balance in bank from last ear 263 13 county, on September 10th. Owner can have nov23-l- w G . W. EVANS. JR. Cale Walker. declamation: young lady who has entrusted to him same by proving property and paving charges The Conference of College a Mini of about futtr hundred dollars to Decision of judges $2,W) 00 on him. ROBT. PARKED, Saturday, December 17, 1S98 her life's happiness- The Cujiax ex( Int." of our many beauAbsociations held here on be raised each year by outside eHoits. Amount paid for expenses Iufirm'y Doylesville, Ky. j tends hearty congratulations and best If our public sjiiritcii" citizens to the An itemized account of all $2,088 96 ! Friday, Saturday and Sunday, was freeMany Changes of Residence. tiful gifts- Rich in wishes. bills paid at 10 o'clock, a. in., on the premises, ly pronounced the hest ever held in number of four hundred would becomo by the Treasurer is on file at the Quality, Style and On or before Jauuan 1, the directory members of the Association and pay Pattie near Valley View, the following: 3 head horses one beiut: a srood family Beaut3'-B- ui of Iliclnnoud will be vastly altered by Kentucky. We are truly gratified to the membership fee, $1.00, this sum A. 'lay Infirmary. best of all, All persons having claims against the estate mare; c mid be raised without M us. Tnos. Tnoiu'E, 2 youn'r horses, 3 and of the late Dr. John M. Foster, will present the change of residence of many well record this admission of pleasant truth The management urge further tlT..rt. at Very Low Prices. Treasurer of Board of Directors t'tis upon the unbrokc; 2 hih urade milth tons; same properly verified to my attorneys, J. C. & complimentary us it is to our city and known families. D. M. Chonault, Report of .Superintendent o" Pattie A. 3 hiph grade heifers: 3 calves; 2 steers, It would put a to Giikex, To the wife of Charles to the participants and community. elmrt which hasstop be lav Infirmaiy: MRS. LIZZIE W. FOSTER. Mr. Elmer Deatherage will occupy encouraging the constant to aud I heifer; lot of bheep; IS nice ewes nov23-t- w Administratrix. HI Top Pressure Green, formerly Miss Minnie O'Neal, the of the movement. Prayer ser- made to raise money and would save a Number of county patients ready to lamb; S head good hogs; corn; handsome residence of the late 55. friends on Thursday night last, twin boys, that B. vices, gong service, praisVj set vice, ad great deal of labor to the ladies who Number of city patients household furniture, and fannirg White, on High Btreet. haye worked so faithfully to this Number of pay patients utensils. are pronounced as fine little fellows as Dr. T. J. Taylor will move to the dresses Union meetings, etc., were institution firmly established. hae Uuriim the next three weeks ever gladdened a home. Total TERMS Six months without interTiier has been c. strong ellort on the residence property of Mrs. Mary Smith embraced in the program. Delegates overy effort will be called forth est on amounts over $5. Under 5 from many Kentucky Y M C. AV p.itt of the Association to yet at the real Number of weeks county patients oc to meet the demands of this Walden, on Third street. For the Climax. cupied beds cash. 127 i A red sow with three rings in her nose, Holiday time. We have made Colored Farmers' Institute. Mr. Ed. Hume has rented the John were heie, and leaders of the work, public sentiment about the Intirmnry. Number of weeks city patients occu- . 61 weight about 150 pounds, together with a shoat pied beds . ll there is a feeling among the majority 5 great preparations and can 0ue) organizers, and came to my place on the Barnes Mill pike, 16 assure you of the most Bekea, Ky., Dec 12, 189S. W. Crooke house on West Main, lately of Kentucky, took part. in and out that it is a Useless expense and that it Number of operations . near Pond Calls for nurses three weeks 20 . We are now receiving1 all ago and hasMeetinghouse, about by me. Owner Capt. Ferrill, Auct. is being forced on the citizens as a pubsince been cared service prompt, speedy The first meeting of the Colored ocenpied by J. I. Burnam. Physicians in charge of patients Tho meeting was of the new things in mould- - cn have same by calling and for charges, paying and lic charity, this feeling should be and accurate. Mrs. E. B. Hume aud family will nov23-4Farmers' Institute for Madison county Drs Holton, Poyntz. Foster, JAS. L. WtUUlvEK. frankly Tho Association re- Jasper, Vaught. Heath, injrs in ebony, mahog- move from Silver Creek to their resi- all churches united in the exercises ceived expressed. beautiful Frazee. Roberts. trust a property to SitaV (LVlfvsWs Vit the giver's occurred at the Glade Baptist church, dence on Lancaster on Sunday night which were specially ny, oaic, ana otner woods. Edacalo avenue. purse and the re- - December 10, at 1 p. in. The subjects be used for this express purpose and Dunn, Kennedy, Taylor, Richmond; .Business, p T&SCftvSi ihe First Presbyterian the very justly hesituto to close it and Sorthciut, Price, Martin, Perry, Hurst, cipient's needs. discussed were, "Why should the neMr. Geo. W. Evans aud bride will go interesting, black FOR Picture mats-whi- te, 0GRAPHY, church being jammed full of neon'e. utve up the claim of the community to Madison count; Black Knoxville; and more than fifty shades Situaiu. gro own a home?" "How to make to housekeeping in the home lately oc- Tho work Lexington. One deep red, dehorned, nice cow, 80) to 900 or.the Y M C. A is too un- this properly by abandoning the Barrow, pounds. Other is roan, dehorned. 750 pounds. M. M Bakei:, farming pay," "What is the negro's cupied by Mr. J. W. Kupard, on North selfish and colors, ia velvet, felt work. At tho same time it is n leiegraplij Been lost two weeks. Liberal reward for return and too "far reaching to be Supt Pattie A. Clay Infirmary. t greatest need?" Under the able man street. difficult and embarrassing thing to inJ.W.DUNCAX, and smooth hand tints, .Report of Secretary of Association : Richmond, Ky. Mr. E. V Elder is occupying the Jos. described in our brief space. Perhaps sist on the maintenance of such an agement of Mr. W. P. Chapman, formand other picture framing Money . this brief sketch, fresh from the pen of when there is a lack of Money received from cityInfirmary for$ 3U0 received from m mi erly from the normal and industrial Collins property, opposite Hotel Glyn-dnv materials for the Holidaj the gi eat and good editor of tho Lex- enthusiasm and interest 011 the part of board of patients & nurses services 1 ,240 90 school at Tuskegee, Ala., and now a Membership fees . . 62 00 Trade, which we will to GENERAL ington Gazette may find lodgement in the people, whose dutv it is to stumeri Entertainments Our futl assortment displayed. .. Mr. W. E. Muncey will move into the 7172 it. We student in Berea College, the meeting V7.R.SMITH, .. 22 50 some responsive heart, doing more good 10 can therefore lake this opportunity Donations make up and offer at our Copley Prints in dark frames, from iof exprecsioiis ot opinion on was a marked success, though prevented handsome Jack Freeman house, on , Two stray steers, weight 750 pounds each; LEXsrjGTCrj. ICY. $1.5U a volume that might be written this subject through the press. The thau 61 and up. Usual low prices. one red with white face: other black and white 100 $1,697 12 Tcr circular cf Lia facoo3 and raponslbla by ill weather and the newness of the Fifth btreet, now occupied by Elder Both on right hip with red NANNIE P. EMBRY, by tho most zealous member of the Y. Register and CWMAXrhave kindly offWater colors at all prices. $3, $4 and genuine Etchings; 100 se- CQMMERGLAL CG11CE CF KY. UHIVEHS1TY spotted.Strayed markedcity pens on court day. paint. from Secretary Association. enterprise from securing a very largo Lloyd. ered us the use of one of their columns Beward for their recovery. M.O A. 55 represent the figures on large colReport of Treasurer of Association : lect yard Pictures, all Awarded OlcCal atWorfd'oErposIUoa. for this purpose and we urge the dis audience. Steps were taken toward a Kev. Lloyd will move to tho "ParDILLARD BEBKYMAN. Mr Gratz wrote last week: lections. S5''. ieUth.?n),n!' of in poiittcn. $1,697 12 Brasfield, Ky. sonage," now occupied by J. AV. Zar-Incussion ot this question on the public. Rec'd from Nannie P. Embry, Sec'y different subjects. tost Uoots UnaB Coarao. iacludine Tuipermanent organization. ofPnll 1; . 112 00 We can't enumerate here the many "We have been rather predjudiced In the first place it is the duty of ever' Balance in bank . . , tion, anil j ia fir.i.iy, about fJO. interest on notes E. V. Dodoe. citizen to visit the In merits ot this exhibition. All we ask Mr. J. W. Zaring will occupy the CSrjio Kentucky Cn'renity Diploma, under seal. Total . Urinary to know what the property is. Baziip Was a Success. Awaroea nwnrJed rmilnaux IateraryCounwiree. if desired! is that you come in and tee it. It's for Paid to 1,806 97 resedeuce of T D ( henatilt on Main Investigate n;eel, examine tho records Paid outTreasurer of Board . Jo vacation. Enter now. Graanaus tacceesf nl. for Association 43 00 y u. It's free to everybody. Highest Honors World; Fait ami reports and then consider the The Baptist Bazaar was a stupendous street. i ordtr So o four ItUm react , addrta only GENEEAL WILBUS E. SHTTH, I.ostafftoa.E7! nn'5iP $1,850 87 ituestion thoughtfully. 'Shall we confrom every po:nt of view. It BBOS Ifoie.Keatvrlv tr. MBS. GREEN CLAY, Leather Chairs and Conches, successtwo days and everything was Mr. Waller Bennett will move into glass backintr and wife hod uearl j lux uudeVnlfrdtit more: finco, end u i atUxuiue W j,mur tinue to support this institution or by lasted Treasurer Association. the Crutcher home on Main street novl6-4lion support nm! discouragement allow Fancy Tables, to hang, 8x10, 25c. Porsold. The meals were served hot and Mr. Jerry Noland will move to the Sunhlng members ot the farmer firm of Ditaas & Co. it to be closed and the property revert K IlMV'S IllU? Fancy Rockers, there wore always hungry people to S. A. Deatheriige farm, four miles out trait size, 16x20, $1 to lEaUklkhed arer half a cutarj) to the donors?" We have in the past six years spent We offer Ono Hundred Dollars ReHAVE OPENED THEIR NEW STORE patronize the tables, which were pro- on the Tales Creek pike. $1.50. Desks, Hall Seats, you want pick over leu thousand dollars in establish- ward for any case or. Catarrh that canvided with all the delicacies of tho seaKev. Edwards will occupy tho resiand choice' of this select Quaint Chairs. ing aud sustaining this institution and not bo cured bv Hall's Catarrh1 Cure. A.Xs3.37a9d39LrMStoet, We have twenty fat hogs foi sale', weighson. Then there were doll sales and dence on North 6treet, latelv vacated now we begin to see thntitis recognized F J. Chexey & 'o., Props.rToledo, 0. line of goods call early. ing 200 to 360 pounds. Wtor may be found a Splendid Assortment of Spend an hour or so in our fancy work sales, and cake sales and by E. V.Elder by iiiauy as a necessity and a great We, the undersigned, have known Q. J. WHITE & SON. Polite attention, prpmpt noT23-t- f bloro this week. convenience. Our neighboring towns F J Cheney forNthe last 15 years, and WftT6iiES, DIAMONDS, turkey sales. The sum realized, alwve Itev. S. A. Owens will board at Mrs. efficient service guar-teed- ." and aieall making efforts to establish just believe him perfectly honorable in nil jail expenses, will reach $75 to $80. The Maria Lynn's. JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, such institutions, but so far their efforts business transactions, and financially affair otherwise was delightful, too, Mr. J. W. Wagers. County School have been titisucressfiil. For Sals Privately ! Tho gener- able to carry out any obligation made FINE STATIONERY. ET6. " the good ladies abounding in welcomes Superintendent, will .occupy the Will osity of Mr Cfay in donating by tlneiE firm. tins pioperty has given us an actual and kind words to all eomen. the Miller residence, on &ortu utreet. West &TiruAi, Wholesale Druggists, ridtag IavibtJooc, Ca&ig Caafc aai Dia l Mm t of at 'east five years. Tho Pattie Toledo, O. Walwnc, Kinxan & Marwaitresses lending GEO. U. thb T. kt Etnbcmed Stattoeery, A. U in Infirmary has the ronufatiou vin, Whol'Bale Druggists, Tole!o( O. j young-gir- this tho event of, thetheir aid T. Mr. R. P.'Fox, Jr., will occupy street. io make year of ! f I will offer for sale priTately ofray House and BaTaed by JSxpert, Wor kmra ia tie most Covington residence, on Third Lot situated on the corner through the State of beine one of the North and 7th Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken inter' .spproved styles. " Streets, hack of A: R, Bnrnam's property. its nature. The Baptist Bazaar gave DepHty Ctrcait Clerk J. H. Thorpe f best equipped hospitals iu 3Contucky, nally, acting, directly upon thoblood IAB STBIET. MOST PERFECT MADE. MAlN:A3fD2BBOADWAY, .t The housi! has seven rooms, eoodoistera. (ta- XaSSSnJ?tMrW1,! Gd.seflt "valuu received" to all its patrons and will re&eve to .the Win. Shearer farm A pure Grape nesnoul.l atl tako the greatest "priile and JnttcOus sftrfaeefl of the system. s "S. B.-to ay part of the P.S.AJAress' let. arc not neglecting our ble aad other of Tartar Powder. Fre in every way to' LMce 7oi per bottle. Sold bv all Drutr- - Wall Paper Window Shale, Paint and coatalaa about Lexington, Ky. we an glad 19 rocord it a perfect soc- - yjKite KkJimuud, but will hoi. trom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant in itand gladly-Iiel- The prteewtU be reasonable for ca h. iKHIHMK BHO. Jt OQ.,, its-'- it nuil try to'realia'that'the, glstg TestifflOulal,free.' ' 7 cew; tow timw uiw, ouiRes, me f W1LXIAX JbNSLtwa, j 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. ik pfeKtP in 41& Clerk's office. rapm growtu anu .xpatimon 01 ourj Ualls cwtwriwOTt.y" Pillsre the teat. ijai 'we mude to oeli;Ha sino one alike. I nmt-t- t every ' . k j pre-ciuc- ts, Hunler. r. Mrs. Mary Smith "Walden, of Dan1P98. WEDNESDAY. DEC. 14, ville, is the guest of her brother, Mr. J. W. Smith. rnHLinHri) every wkdnesoat bt Miss Margaret Wilmore lias returned Go. to Kirk6ville, afur a visit to relatives The Climax in JeHamiue. Mr- Robert Maupin is at home for the MUCK PKR YKAIt, $1.50. holidays after a six months sojourn near Bloomington. III. ANNOUNCEMENT County Judge Sullivan has been FOR AUDITOR. alarmingly ill for ten days, and is yet Mt kre aathorited to announce JOHN' B. in a veiy weakened condition. CIIBXAUI.T. of Madison county, a candidate Mr. Jeff Morgan, of Whites Station, for the office of State Auditor subject to tbe action of tbe Democratic Mate Convention. . ....... ..... .. .. w. ....v,. u n,..hiijj visit anionic his relatives in Stafford, MiKinley haul nothing about Civil England. Service, and Davison has gone to WashMiss Mollie Waller, of Ford, who for ington to call the President's attention the past two weeks has been visiting to the overMjflit relatives and menus in this city, re. turned home yebterday. a bright Mr Bbext Altmielek. Jetse D. Wearen has rented the More--j formerly of Hart county, is data for a history of Kentucky room in the Commercial Hotel build-linnext door to A. C. Sine, and will which he purposes writing. He it traveling through Central Kentucky on ' move his itisirance and clothing Stanford Journal, iiting hostorical points of ness Mrs. Thos. Baldwin, of Madison interest to be written tip in the look. county, waa here this week the gueat With tuo of its l". S. Senators, one of her cousin, Mrs. J. M. Uash. Mrs, Iiojh Delaware, the other from Penn- Baldwin was euroute to visit her sylvania, under indictment for felonies daughter, who is the wife of Lieut. and the governor of Illinois indicted Brittam, of Annapolis, Md. Winchesfor malfeasance in office, the lepublican ter Democrat. party seems destined to hold its next Mr. John J. Hagan. the leading drugconvention in the penitentiary. Stan- gists of Corbin. and Miss Jennie ford Journal. of that city, were married yesterday. The groom is a brother of Messrs-T- . J f somebody will shoot Bill Goebel S. and Hugh Hagan, of this city. tlien Charier Bronston will be a good long as Bill Goebel of the The latter was best man. Miss Mary boy, but "o (oelel Bill live- - Charles Augustus Kuukle was HaHiiibal Cnear will continue to rare Dr. J. B. I'obards, who has been nrac- mid rear ami curte ti- all in his des-li- ticing medicine at McKinney, will loBill Goebel is in his way. Don't cnte in Richmond the first of the year. ltv it o the tioebel Bill, Charles. Mrs. J. 1. Scholl. of Indcnen- - Court House. University City Hall Tipton Waco ... nil 70 151 (Hi 7C3 121 Printing " Hood's McCreary.... 100! 11C 240 1(5' 1 g V mm ii ljli i f IKXMK"X "SHK-S- HM Wi I K 7J- - iii' vi. Are you married? to any particular house, if so get a divorce and buy where you can get the J3EST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY. Come to nry store and convince yourself of the wonderful reduction in "Wraps, Dress Goods, Underwear, Wool Hosiery, Blankets, Comforts and Notions of all kinds. -- WARI ON CLOTHING! Worth of Clothino; must be sold by 7 - Kavanaugh... Total Majority 45 40 (547! I mean The Local Option Campaign and its Result Hood's Sarsaparilla jour-iiai- j g, Hrtoi'c r'lllij nOOU S Dillc ac harmoniously with Hood's Sarsaparifla.25c. busi-horerm- to-da- Stay Right Where You Are., Mer-sho- n, home-comin- maid-of-hono- r. - r. i -j e True-hear- t, ' or j With let-- than two weeks public agitation of tho subject, the local option campaign began, raged, and subsided in this community. It was spirited while it endured and the result, while not all that the advocates of tho reform debire, leaves them, at least for a time, in possession of the victory. gave a majority for whiskey of 17S, but this was overcome by the two county districts, and Waco, and the result in the entire ten itory, including Richmond was 121 in favor of local option and the abolition of licensed saloons. Owing to the fact that there are grounds for doubt as to the legality of the combined vote of country and city the fight we understand, is not Vet ended. Some persons on both sides seriously question the right of our country cousins to determine the question for us town folks, and this uncertainty operated against the cause of local option. As a proposition of law this may prove to be an obstacle that shall dr teat the expressed will of the majoriiy of the voters in the three districts linnied. In which event, we suppose, they will "Pcik their flints and try it again.'1 The local optionists, Ie(l by the ministers of the city, and encouraged by the women the mothers, wives, and daughters conducted the campaign in the territory named, by hold nig mass meetings everywhere The brief time spent in ihe ugitntioi. uf the question lett much work undone, but the result was Miflicienuy emphatic io determine the .status of public sentiment, as expressed by the niajoiiiv, however ineffectual it may b- - rendered by the question of its coustiiiition.tlit. On the other hand the local ontioi.- i:tb contend that the City Council of Uichmoiid had no light to revoke the DON'T FORGET X s That our line of Men's Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best in the city. I alsp cany a good line of Clothing and Overalls. My stock of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only a few prices that are now making them go : Blankets, 10-- for :J8e. to $5.00. Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50e. Ladies' Vests, 15c. and up. Hose, 19c. Ladies' Spool Cotton, lc. and up. 4, JANUARY 1ST A M v All-wo- ol 100-Yar- --- "J K" -- -. 7& being compelled to remove to my new store house on Main Street next door to Jno. G. Taylor's, I have concluded to rem ve as few as possible, and in order to sell same our stock at y we will close out axA Ses. week K0WE McKEE -- Here are a few of the prices - af1 ' lM(H-kbnr- n . eieaai9tlMtHltMIHMMHIMfMMt giOMttiiiiiitiMMMtm,! jettantoitii ........ o i ......... V J A d III I ..:...; BoyVSuits at your , "AVU . I , I II U Uf l ' own price. ..as Children's Suits at 50c and up. Stetson's 85.00 Hats at 83.50. Underwear at anv price to close out. Gloves of all kinds too I '..I i so. cheap to mention. , ao. ' ' ,:,i ee" SPOT- - CASH!" Wl I Y li Sljk 111 I -- ' I and see us before you buy as we will ffuaraiiioe to save you money t j -- JSJCall PERSONAL. '08 JAS. si m B. ;i HIGGINS .... ELLIS, Rirst Street, Richmond, Ky, i ..................... 2!!!!!!!S'"" " .: :.: H' I ()'iSvS,5SsAiXs) if - I : rwiir it Bea-le- y. MARRIED ks i i- i n-- book-cas- - - Agui-jald- o, ' one-four- th - ", m I n. lale lour Hay! V C,F,Browe,& jo English Kitchen, mmi M I V "1.1 i 2.") ?S'5f'Sf() SALE! . w o . A Rich one-hal- Estray, Notice Notice to Creditors PUBLIC Remembrance. - Men'.-Christi- an dec7-4- w Notice to Creditors BIRTHS. Picture .1 Framing! Estray Hogs. w . satis-fncto- ry fuby, Srust. non-sectari- dur-theye- -- ,i 111 Two Cows Lost! T ig CO n. mm Ik J' rs,' dec7-2A- Two Stray Steers! t-J- g. fair-iciud- Comie,ei NEW STORE --vll Iff ENifc CREAM I IIE .8H1. If FAT HOGS! BAKING p-ea- Dri-tfiK- CF.Brower&Co eptI-1- PWDIR ' . .TO fra I We necessary-oatblliiB;'li- e p -- Mii-tai- n r-,-- fy ?"&' " ' -- i"1 t V. v Jfi. i ?& v; n :n LA ""Ae y i vV "STi " - &" fi- - ?l - 5. .'. . ?' ' h t ? jfrvv1 9m 7-v- -- - &m. fl of H! M YOYfOrrfCI'ir'trCs; I 1 Y JJtiUijaiUJmri ounuuu r-rtTrv-v-r' vffXtOv wu m m .hr m. ,mtm 6vua awi lUWa&Ve -- ulera&v - TJLV&" SsamUss Sioes. mm - m ' -sf v fl!: u Don't buy a Suit, Ovorcoat, Pair Pants, Hat, Shirt or Suit of Underwear until you see our lino anil save fifty cents on the dollar ait Stoufler's (2) removal sale. Rev. W. E. Keller i n Doad. "- BEST MATERIAL, USED. UCANTR1PEM Look at the wajr these shoes are made. They are made for ser- 1; I i A wide acquaintance in Madison was possessed by the eloquent, consecrated and beloved Rev. Win. 33. Keller, a tuf lit w i Presbyterian preacher, a graduated lawyer, and a member of John Morgan's cavalry. He died in Louisville last Sunday, aged f8 ears. He leaves a wife, his second (Miss Sue B. Harris, u3fcsljS5iIC of Harrodsbnrg,) and five children. This will be the iirst notice in this sec- tion to many devoted friends and ad- - V mirers of the death of this truly good man. The Telephone Combine. fiif" ' - nins iii.iiiiiiun.il picT i . tup Y'n nrr i ui.. i WIS . 1 X P& . ' vice, have style, lit and durability, and if you want a shoe to and wear well, here it is. UlrtUL, sar Messrs. J. Jr. Baldwin, of Richmond, E. T. Fish and C. F. Hanson, of Berea, wear Iff,, InniipjA? r - u ui&eyiiig I'.vy, ! w m &&1 trTi ," fc- VSfe- j ill ALU JltlvJ. - Sr Men9 Boys and Youths. j$ fmmmmmmmmmm vy v "w or i-- M5& " a: ar i." urn AND - 207 WEST MAIN P'&a STREET, RICHMOND, KY. 7 IraSt east PrPAr DKC. 14 &?!&$ H i$iPIiI Lcg Badly P Broken. John S. VanWinkle.of Danville, James Maret, of Mt. Vernon. A. 11. Bastiu, of Crab Orchard, and Dr. .7. B. Kinnaird. j Iancaster, attended the telephone meeting held at the St. Asaph Hotel Tuesday afternoon. PifteoJJ companies were represented and letters received from many others, which are taking considerable interest in fibe success of the .association. Important subjects were taken up discussed and acted upon. The next meeting is set to take place in Richmond one day in January, ' the date to be determined upon later. The association, not yet two months old. has already nccomplied much good by having better connections made between the dilTerent lines; better material and improved instruments and fixtures are replacing all second-clas- s stufF used Iieretofoie. Stanfont i Journal. , ' t i I i ls T l CAMPAIGN OF THE Busy Bee Cash S tore Is Now THIS WILL BE A CAMPAIGN THAT WILL LONG BE REMEMBERED BY THE PATRONS OF "THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CORPORATION'' FOR IT WILL BE A CAMPAIGN AGAINST wsESPw On! kZL K --? ' j -- sse&x r Gv . High Prices & For The People! NEER DID THE S RACE HORSES OF THE CELEBRATED KENTUCKY STABLES CHAFF AT THE BIT MORE EAGER TO START IN THE RACE THAN "THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE" DOES THIS ONE. HIGH-CLAS- We know, we are "Loaded for Bar" and main- - a cold chill will creep over our competitors when they hear the Startling.Low PrtiCES Ave are making on all lines of goods that crowd our shelves and counters this season. We are showing the greatest variety of Dress (.loods seen outside of the large cities this season. All the new things in Crepons, Epmlins, Figured Jaquards. Covert (Moths, Serges. Fortugus Cords, Cheviots, Granite Cloths, Fancy Mixtures, etc., will be found in our Elegant Dress Goods Department. have culled the Eastern Markets for the latest novelties in ail kinds of Dress Trimmings and Dress Findings, and when you get vour Dress from any of the "Great Husy Bee Cash Stores" you can feel assured that nothing of a later Design or Pattern will be shown ou. W Having purchased the entire line of Dress Goods in Fancy Mixtures from one of the leading New York Houses, we will offer them as long thev last for i'Sc. per yd. They make beautiful Dresses and Skirts. All-Wool The Richmond Climax. VI IT.SPY Ut'ni-Miien- 1S0S will be 3 hi I UK CLIMAX with the guar- 3 ait ' that its circulation ccei'd 3 that f any other paper published X iii Kichmond. ts f C c Proctor Knott Cigar. S9 '2b buys $19 (X) worth of clothing. hats and underwear, at StotillVi's rp- moval sale ! (2) Fu'I hlooded ISronze Turkey Goh-- . lar- - and hen-- , for sale bv Mrs. Tom novi;5 4t Baldwin. Robert Couchman. of Whites Station, had a mule hitched to a slide that ran over hnn last Wednesday and broke his leg in two places. The fract- ured bones weieset by Dr. Cassinburg. of Paint Lick, and he is now doing nicely with prospects of a speedy reMr. ySZSz? j ' To have our Clothing the best that can be made hero more value tor That is hy you our money than gbewhere. We have given one entire room of our Great Store to Ladies', Misses' and Children's Jackets and AVraps. 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. ' Pi:eworkiby the barrel. T. Codins. 15. covery. Burned to Dcalh. - st 3 I'jHin your lalK'l is a date. hug '.17 or 'S Niw' the time to get in line, And make it read " It a 'fl-i.- Win Jontis, of the Paint Lick loc cality sold ;5 acres or his f irff) to John IJolton at K) per acre. C Ir. liobson. (iu- - ' Denti.-- t. toi-igl.- t. tin fee Uncle Tom'e Cabin lirge display of fire works at I'm-l- Tom's Cabin at opera IioUm tonight. t.. Kichmond. Handsomest line toys ever brought T. B. Collins Jut received a fine lot of dried truu at litis.' l.-mi. A pair ofgo.kl rim "lasses. Apply at this otlice for tame. Iiuie Tom's Cabin at the opera house tonight. See the parade. (. hildren'e Knee Pants at !e.--s than (2) com at MonfTerV lemoval sale. Jerrv Noland bought of S. A. farm for; . DcUlierage his lit. I.. II limiman will be at the nisi. Wili.s llou.--e on iVednesday. -- Fuil Olooded Bronze Turkey Coolers ami hens -r sale liy .Mrs loin i lS'J-aci- e l,-0- f- Dal iwui nuts. ,,ter.s, ft lery ami the I"H prn e Grocer 1'. A, no!.'u4t Get jour ChiistiiiMh frui s, andits W. fisii Jmm Gup, Cit ."shirts al cost, at o.-- oli.li", .ii 10v--; QuaKei winch is less thai, (:!) removal sale. ., at De toei Ilavii.ui.i iiiii.im.-iiae's that is liewiiileniig nil tibsrveis o 10 ii by it 1h?.uu hiiI We mov into ulir now toru li January 1st. ami ..re giving clothing awav atStoHfterV clie-.irtiss- . (- -') I'. os l' ih - of i7oa ae- - .octed ne.r Mr. ii. .tco a Moo da, to It II. ov nioii money and in Ii you wish i m create the lieai, get a KaUiant home i healer iroin I) D Sii.m ki:i.iiuI k loi 5j7(WI ffiidkiff to will permit nobody Mm. undersell aorse shoeing 80 cents. WllO Yon can get Pale Hay, Co n and SilOcr fl OBI BOUrbon, tlie bebt llOiSeS ill Oais, .is well as Pine Knot Coal fiom Coleman Nell", telephone 21, It. N. I & COUIltV novlOtf 15. depot Rooms for Kent. I . - Kato Dudley, one of the oldest col- oied women in the county was burned ?g&&i5mgs&&ZhzT& to death at her home near Moberlcy. IBS. last Friday. The f.unilv being away it We will make you a $15.00 Suit to is stippo?n she went near the fire and mraMiie and guarantee a fit for her clothing became ignited with the -) GENERAL MILES. at Stouirer removal tale. above results. The house and contents , Take any of our SUITS and OVERCOATS at S12.50 We oiler our entire line were saved by neighbors, who hap-T. 15 ("olli us. pened to see tlie lire. and they have the set and st-l- e of Merchant Tai- Another Premium Stove. William Nye. who i taid to have Ol U. fPlw .iintnl tiv HIV linilflcstltt rn.rrtlt01 S a HlH.iJtkts llllll, killed Wm Pulliam. of Carroll county, III. V.Vl,.L was captured at Valley View on Friday. given by Sir. J. It. Mauptn, the hustOur SUITS una OVERCOATS, $S.OO received the'i ling merchant at Whites Station Fancy groceries, fresh for the same care and thought in tailoring as the higher t came off last .Niturd.iy, and after atT. 15. Collins. a careful count by Messrs. Harry and woof is of pure grades. Eveiy thread of wari-an- d The wind blew and the miow ilo Jeir Morgan, they decided that Win. tho ice. too was jut in time for .Martin, a negro at Farristown, had and wool. the young inlks to spend Saturday in won the stove, he guessing the exact ''bkeeting" on the fro.en nomlsnumber, 3,77."5 pieces of coin, collce, " undersell me, none beans, etc , in the glass jar. No one shall can do it 1 have the goods. T 15. No Lies This Week. Collins Mr. It. D. Campbell, the veisatile sentences were fabricator who supplies a column of ini Three made during the recent term of Estill possibilities to our outside pages weekCircuit t onit. Thomas, Joseph and ly, is laid up for repairs at "Whites George Poach, brothers, were given .station. One day lat week he tried to walk his horse across Bob Potts' mill tiireo, four and five years iee on it. f.r tinging Jonah Wagers' name to pond, which had chpcks aiuouniing ii $2.ot0 but when out about "steen" inches from the shore his noble kbteed sank Horse shoeing 80 cents, at into the waves carrying Kiclurd with Miokiff's. him. Asa result the latter had to be 215 WRITE FRONT. pulled out with a tope as his clothing, Wnli consummate judgment of the overcoat anil all were soaked Dick nstisiif.itii people as well hs to lead may be a christian some day, but he t em onward in sties that aie new 10 don't want this kind of lupusm. a a t ds section iliai iiiisilin-- poiuIar firm, Mr Dugan in Town. llue'stair & Ol ihaiu. invite uispec-lio- o .;. of Itieir sllpell) slock o! flllniinie. Tlii Climax enjoyed a visit jester e..V::' .. .. Atttieii prices evrbody should own tlHV from .Mr. Thus. Dngan, the agree the puttiest and latest and best things able knight of the grip who manages1 eon" a loriiing the home. the business of H. K. Pucklen & Co., CPO "" vsTJiVh 15 . liiuiml.u Hirers of ''Arnica Sale, Dr. Horse sliosiug 80 cents, at Kings New Discovery, New Life Pills, SB 9' e.- . a n n ulidkifL's. Iileciric lliilers," and he renewed their lvlr8 So don't heiieve Christmas ib advertisement in the Climax- The medicines of this house are on sale at near jusi read b Nev ille Moberie 's Perry & Thomas' drug store, and we on tne first page of the attention to their locals on our Mr iisi.s a licauti-m- i first page every week. Mr. Dugau is ii. i complete line ol eei thing s furniture est a - as agreeable as the medicines he in a, and lie guarantees that if the his pi ices well they aft nielli ami medicines don't caie jolt can swallow i. leacn ol all. Yuii couti make no hv goii.g at once and selecting the box. Indicted For Shooting Singleton. ii hi s Iroin his huge stuck to iine niii in. ii . - : itlauves for a photographer, W The Chris tn is pieseiii. K singleton, ho wab assaulted m his The wonderfully winning premier fashions tudio and shot by Major Thos. fflitikiif has secured the OVII sometime ago, at Lexington, J. Car of the season. has so t SKiVlUCS ui HU CApeil UUiacifa, llI1iniVcl as to hope for ultimate Our Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats wSW . 41. L i (- ReadyloWear., cMot' 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 filled this department with one Endless Chain of Bargains. Boy's Cassimere Knee Pants, 15c 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 Boy's Fine Suits, and Men's and Boy's Overcoats are the largest and best shown in the city. One Entire Room given to this department. - quLcns-wareatco- -t. White and Grey Blankets, We are selling beautiful borders, large enough lor any bed, 39c. a pair; Our l'lankels are piled Mountain Hfgh on our ledges Blankets from us at and you can buy beautiful the p'rice of cotton s.tuii elsewhere. Bed Comforts at 4!)c. each. 10-- 4 all-wo- We have strained every nerve to make thee departments the most attractive in our great store. Your every want has been anticipated, and onr Low Cash Prices named on these articles make these departments very interesting to customers. Purnishina Goods Department was nevermore complete. Our Notion Department and our Gent's and Lanies' holi-dai- s, blenched Sheeting at Brown Cotton at 4c; no dressing, at 4ic; Green Ticket Londsdale, Fruit of the Loom and Mason-vill- e Bleach Cotton at tic a yd Get our prices on Alpine Jtose Cotton and wide Sheetings. We sell 10-- 4 Ci. We are selling good vard-widGood I'.leach Cotton, yard-wid- e, e 12Jc. - There is no other stand that can clothes you as stylishly and as serviceably as we can and at so little price. old sJand, but much larger. When you visit any of our great stores, don't fail to take a walk through our Carpet, Curtain and Uphols-ter- v Departments. Many beautiful and attractive things will be seen here. We are naming prices on Carpets and Laic Curtains so low and the patterns are so pretty that you will want to carpet your back yapl and hang lace curtains in your kitchens. We have just recieved and put on sale a Manufacturers sample line of Men's and Boy's Caps. Our windows are full of them and our price is just f the value on each Cap. Don't fail to see them. Our Nobby Hats for Men, Boy's and Children are very pretty. one-hal- Same Best Apron Gingham 4c a yd; Canton Flannel, good quality, oc a yd; Pest Canton Flannel from 0c to Hjc, usually sold at 10 and '2n. We are selling all Fancy Calicoes, Best Brands and Indigo Ulues at "lc a yd. Remenanls almost given away. "We m ""r lopr-ctivel- four-inc- h Covington ? Mitchell.; L. ( . liuve one bide of our entire store-roodevoted to our BOOT and SHOE DEWe carry many celebrated lines of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes-- . PARTMENT. Our prices named on this line is a marvel for cheapness. You can shoe up your entire family here for the cost of a few pair elsewhere. We carry no shoddy stuff, our shoes You can't and boots are ail good honest goods, bought below the cost to manufacture. afford to miss our Shoe Department. Again extending to ou an invitation to visit us this fall aud take a look through onr Store, where bright faced polite salesmen in d salesladies will t:u et yi u and make jour isit a pleasure. We are. Very Hespt., : l9etstoio9ioifeiffec9teflceooeooni r , HE3 Everybody Knovs m w flf I I JL MPANY. RICnIOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN. 7 I lfjii - H re y4sSM&S&tFl Jx & to New 27-3- f iiB-c- r 'vjYvy, Smm lulu ex-pe- c lirsi-clas- -i. ini-ia- pre-se.- IFLYERS! j liaS j recovery. ' ky He showed ihatUentatue thelioiein . mm PiUll I1C IIUIICU IV a Ci.i3iA repre-SllOhit, vest produced IKl.G - Q the bullet that entered his stomach, ."..i ,...:.i i... i ,..i ,., i. .,.... I1IQ ... .;i., i... IIDailUllb . indicted by the grand jury of Fayette , . .. 1... (,.! 111., fl. .. . You cannot atror.l to buy the chil!... iuuiiis .t i nu H..n.r uii .s;tuiiu nuui ruuauii; iui Lexington saturiiay .Major parson1 dren's toys befoie looking at the car ollicesaud two on third floor suitable wtia placed under two indictnieiits, one j load of things at Santa Clans head- lor i or societies, apply to fnr mnliniotislv shooiiiiL' and wnundinir ol quarters, T. It. Collins. STOCKTON & HACiAX. W. K. singleton, the other for carrying concea led w eapons. in counterpanes special Public Sale. Maine Ominis-io- n New Firm. this week at the e of Mis Susie N. Land. Mr. As will T Mtir1 1 Elsewhere in this e of the O.wii N why will sella quantity of V2 yards of Iorshon hue for t.ents. be found the advertisement ol nice slock, household goods aud farm If yon hae money to burn go mi ing implements, on Saturday. Decern-- J Grigsby & Muneey, who have recently it opened an insurance and real estate using vour old out of date heater, D her 17. See ad. not yet a Radiant home heater from brokers oliice on the secoud floor of the A Grocery For The Easl End. 15. MIACKKLKnKU& Co. building on Main sticet These .Ura-rAzbill will open this Alackey Gott& 5ir,(XX) worth of Clothing, Half, gentlemen do not need an introduction a new jirocer) store al the old Underwear, etc., to be closed out b illuming to the citizens of this town and county. Goit stand at the h. fc 2C depot, and January 1st, at Stoufler's, on First will keep the best grocerfts at pi ices to as Mr. Muucey is well known and his -) Street. having formed a partnership with Mr. suit their cusionn-rs- . Grigsby goes without tayiug that the 10 cents. MilQuashnoda clgnrs, A Limbiess Inlaid Born. new firm is composed of the proper maler's Havaiia Second, 5 cents. Fred A. Miller, Manufacturer fine Cigars, KichA child without arms or legs was terial to do a good business. We commond, Kj horn at Conway, beyond lierea a few mend these gentlemen to our readers days ago, and u Museum mauager from and should they need insurance or anyMidkiii will permit nobody Cincinnati is irjing to secure the freak thing in their line of business, they will make no mistake by giving them to underwork him. Horse for his show. a call. shoeing 80 cents. Wliu is (Joins to Kill Your , r. T j tru-te- Comi-any'- is.-u- Cir-jiaxi1- i I b (- hept-21-3- m llo? Hog killing limes will soon be here P. Siiackklkokd On yesterday th6 Fiscal Court met largest and most varied stock of heat- and I want to kill your meat, make and on account of thesickness of Judge ing stoves ever brought to tins market your sausage, render your lard and do Sullivan. Esq. Ievi Metcalf was elected befoie. Call and see them. liver Eame at jour door Price reason- as presiding Judge. The committee Stetsons $5.00 Hats at $3.50. $18.00 able. appointed by the court to reiuud the 110V2-ZUIlABVKY DOUCU..AS. Suits at $10.00. Everything same way indebtedness of Madison county by reaStouf-fer'- s. to keep from moving thein, at Suing The Insurance Company. son of its subscription to tho It. 2?. I. & (J. M. Higgiubotham, administrator B. 11. B.'. reported that they had been After nearly a quarter of a century of M. W- - Johnson, whose widow lives able to sell a suflicient number of Madiwe move from First street. Dollar's at Kirksville, has sued the .New York son county 4 per cent, honds to redeem (2) worth for 50c at Stoufler's. Life Insurance Company on a ?50,000 the outstanding bonds that aro now The Fiscal Court The Ladiea' Christiau Aid Society, policy issued to her husband in July bearing 5 per cent church, will 1890, Johnsou dying in December of approved the action of the committee, of the Kirks ville Christian and ftom now on the county will have give an Oyster Supper and Bazaar, the same year. to pay 4 per cent, on said indebtedness Thursday evening December 22, from Stole a Horse. instead of 5 per cent. Thatiks to the 5 to 10 o'clock John Morgan, but not the faithful committee and court for this relief. Give Coleman 'etr your next order colored Morgan, hostler for C. 1). Ghen- Mr Rowland's Sister Dies. f r Bale Hay, Corn and Oats, and ault, stole the phaeton pony of Mr. A crown of sorrows rests upon the coal Waller Bennett and two turkesfrom don't forget ho is Belling the best brow of Mr. Sidney V. Kowland, of on the market, the famous Pine Knot. some one else, rode to Lexington, sold Danville, whose heart has been wrung . I & B. depot. turkeys, was captured, imhcied, and Telephone 21, It losSiS in his family in the uovlG-t- f - with so many will do service at Frankfort, so Mr. Uen- very recent past. On Monday he was The Ladies of the liaptist church. nett believts notified of the death of his sister, Mrs. An Unusual Occurrence. wish to thank all their lriends for the Eliza Rowland Frauds, widow ol John liberal donations and patronage to their a B. Francis, which occurred at the Daniel Tudor, of hite Hall, has y, Bazaar held on last Friday and Satur- turkey hen with a brood of eleven home of her daughter Mrs C. P. two drys netted them the Deceased was 09 day. The of St. Louis. vonnii turkevs. Mr. Tudor missed the nice sum of $'J0.70. turkey several weeks ago and had vearsof age, was born in this couuty, resecured the given her up as lost or stolen, but and her memory is still dear to theShe found her one moiniug labt week with maining friends of other jcars. expert horse her brood of young turkeys. The little was the mother of of David. K. friM Bourbon, who has fellows, notwithstanding, the severe Vraucis, 6f Mf&eouti, and an aunt of that cold weather, atu all living nd grow- Messrs David and Jack Freeman, and horses she the MiscAnti Freeman, of this city. ing rapidly. cewty. D & Co. have the Bond Sale Approved. !. -- -) El-lab- MlttiiTlias test serrices sher ai -- ex-Go- ii Thoi' Who Finire pains of rheumatism should be reminded that a cure for thK disease may be found in Hood's On account of the Annual Meeting of The experience of those who have tak. the Southern Educational Association en Hood's Sarsapnrilla for rheumatism, Yon can 0113 more GROCERIES for less nionej to be held in the descent City, Decent-- I and have been completely and perman at Thuuman's than anywhere on Earth. Give her 27 to 50, 1S9S, The Southern Rail entlv cured, prove the power of this as a call. medicine to rout and conquer this dis tickets from ease. Hood's Sprsaparilla is the Onej wav will sell round-tristalious on its line In Kentucky to True Jilood liurihcr and it neutralizes at rate of one fare for the the acid which causes the aches and Con. aIaix and Cheapside. RICHMOND, KY. round trip plus two ($2.00) dollars pain of rheumatism. This is why it absolutely cures when liniments and iTheJSoiuhern Railway offers a splryi-- , other outward applications fail to give Men's Winter Weight Sack Suits and Irish The sooner a cough or cold is cuied BAN OIL cured and fast time, did permanent relief, Be sure to-- get without harm to thesullerer the better. W Freiss Ulsters. "Bruises, llhca- j decl4-liHood's. For information, maps, Lingering colds are dangerous. Hack- matism and Sores. urns Price, 25 cents. ing cough is distressing. One Minute Sold by Perry berths, etc., call on rates, sleeping car Delaware Blue Hen state. Jt Thomas, ouccessors to W. Cough Cure quickly cures it. Why G. White. your nearest agent, or Wm. II. Tay-- ; sutler when such a eouirh cure is with- Interesting to Ladies, ; 111 Vn.w.lm Nebraska Dlackwater state. lok, Asst. Geu'l. Pa5s. Agt. .,T..,.,..t lv tl.r. t..ctA Men's Superb Fancy Cassimere Suits, "I have been subject to erysipelas Dnn.dns - WpIU Men's Exclusive Model Ulsters, Pains in the chest when a person has "40 Cattle For Sale." all mv tile an d have been cnted bv ' a cold indicate a tendency toward pueu- I have 10 nice young dehorned steers, Hood's Sarsanarill.t When run down! Iowa Hswkeye state. from causes peculiar to mv ane ami sex. well colored good grow thy cattle, aver- 1 took Hood's Sarsaparilla and it did So much depends upon the pin ity of with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and well together. Will me so good that I advise all tired, weak the blood that by taking , Hood's Sar- - liouud on to the chest over the scat of run age Men's Suits of Rich Native and Foreign Goods, pain contract now ami , deliver,. first , of Feb-- ! and over worked womn to give it a saparilla many diilereut diseases are jire will promptly relieve the pain ami a vent the treatmeut will cure a lame n;.,i. t,o - . ov " iii It ' v ..,...- - cured. w,",- - " Men's Snperb Fashion and Finish Ulsters and 10 s rnarv. uorresnoiHienee solicited. ... I, i.t-- ... ii ..,. lir,i,u LI .llA "uwa ,t .. fftn .iwu.7. VJxlfl I,,. T.,r. McWhorter ory Vally, Tenn. Kansas sunllowor state. McWnoiiTKi:, Ii. C. Covert Overcoat. dec7-lThomas, Druggist- . decl4-lilt llcT'l Hood's Pills cure all liver ill. F.tsy to Montana Stub Toe state. Chamberlain's Colic, Gholera and u,Ke easy .ooperaie, rename, u.c. ui!irrll0PS Re,nedy can always be -- The best smoker, the Proctor Knott Hie Muleru 3Iotlier pended upon and is pleasant and safe Men's Suits and Covert Overcoats and (fjl AA h Low Rates lor Christmas Via The Southern ' Florida -- Peninsula state. Thomas, Has found 4 hat her little ones am " take. Sold by Perrv &(i,.-- i. nf,,m,;cli: WW ... . improved more by the pleasant Syrup noo Ulsters, "auway ; a fa, fn 0f pimplesc Hollow cheeks, . of l'"igs, w hen in need of the laxuthu IveiltllCKy rllie UrasS stale. ..c the ui:.?.... eyes, ami ,1 nli.nllmv compiex- ellVct of a gentle remedy, than by anthe sniiKen On account ion will defy his best intentions lieauty other. Children enjoy ;t and it hem-fit- s Krom a JIctlioiHst I'reacher. Southern Railway will sell Itound-tng mQre th , skm dee) Tie skin them. The true remedy, fcj nip ?i all stations in Ken- - merelv the surface on which is written tickets between Young Men's Clay Citv. Ind.. Jan. 12. 1S07. 85.00, 1'his, is manufactured by the California MEN'S tucky. at low rates; tickets will be sold in plain characters the condition of the Pepsin Syrup Co , Monticello, ill. Fig Syrug Co. only. $4.00, $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $6.00, $7.00, $9.00, $10.00, I)r- force's Golden Medical' Gentlemeir. Itallbrds me great pleas-- , Misslssipi Bayou on Decomber 2. 1SJ, 21, 25 and 1(5, and l,0(J.v state. ( $9.00, $10.00, $12.00. $12.00. Discovery is goott for the complexion ,ir 10 , . ... t vour mos t ex- o m ' bQfauso it makes the whole body celleiitsieak tn uraiseol bVirered iiniw ueieuiueouiu u..u. -medicine- - I have W n- - wtt.'c W...J. i return until January 4, lbi)9. Ite.i thy becawi. it clears and purities rt jjreat ileal from sick headache, the re-- , HbmI tjarve : CHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS SUITS don't accent a countrrt- - . r Cull on our nearest Acent, who will, the blood, makes the digestion strong isuit 0f sedentary habils and sluggish or imitation. There are moie case i $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00. be clad to ive vou information as to an(l clears out impurities of all kinds liver and bowels. Your remeily corrects Piles being cured by this, than a.i By increasing' riii ability to assimilate these troubles and my headaches aro others combined. Douglas & Wells. rates elc. Wm Tayi.ok, A. G. P A. niniitious food, anil by tlie infusion 01 stopped. J. 0. Boone. its own ingreilieuts it enriches the M i u n esota Gop her state. Pastor M. E. Church. Arkansas Bear state. MEN'S PANTS, '.- - "," blood and so makes solid, healthy flesh. dec7-lOf 15. L. Middelton. 7 To Cure a Cold m One hay It cures diseaaes of the lungs, liver, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00." Jrtiisiana Pelican state. stomach, bowels skin and scalp, simply Take Laxative Brotno Quinine Tablets. because all these diseases sprini: from All druggists lefund money if it fairs to Twn I'niiit il niivstialK Auwereil. . ; MEN'S HATS, the same cause a disordered digestion cure, oc llie genuine has li. Ii. and consequent impure blood. What is the use of making a better each tablet. novlKint $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00. Are much in little; always article than our competitor if you can Georgia Cracker state. Michigan reaily, efficient, satisfactolvenne state not i:et a better pi ice for itV MEN'S SHOES, ory; pre vent a cold or fever, ., Aus.- As is no ditrereiicetnthei .. . , .. , ,. LlflDIAM T!T A nnme T1t"tvt. cur J all livrr Ills, rick liead riuiu aii uiu ouiuirr. $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50. 's public 2S cents, price or..... ... .,,, buy only tlii ln.r ache, Jaumlice, constipation, etc. lrl-..1 .: - O.U, j.,k'vnr Ivn .Inn 1J lv.Q"7 M, nr0litS may be Tlie only Tills ts take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. geation. Regulates the Liver. Price,25cts. !8m'aier on a single sale they will be Gents: 1 have ever confidence m . MEN'S OVERCOATS, California Golden state. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to w. much greater in tlie aggregate. recommending your isyrup of l'ipsiu. $5.00,"$G.00, $7.50, $8.00, $9.00, $12.00. G. White. How cau you get the pubhe to know I am 72 years, of age and am br.oxen For Children down, the trouble having leeii biouuht vour make is the be3K Sucker state. - . MEN'S UNDERWEAR, ir If both articles are brought protnin-- j on by my experience in the war. Your the best enough and cold remedy ever Illinoise Lung Irritation discovered in Dr. Bell's eutly before the public both are certain medicine has done me more good than u :" 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25. It is pleasant, to take and perfectly 13 It,., luf ui UIIUI.V - f .nt3i,IVirfin,l j)r. ' to ho tnen ami tne piume wm very n tin red uoctots ana 1 am just about fs,mf,n rial.v...... ..w... harmless. One dose at bedtime stops Bell's will cure it and quioKiy passjungmeut on mem anu use wen ot stutnacn trotiotes. BOYS' "UNDERWEAR, 50c. ours truly, Jvkeson Wiuieui. the cpugh all night It Is guaranteed give such Ktrength to the luncs that a u"ly the better one. '1 h; explains the largesaleon Cham- deci-lto cure croup and whooping conch. cough or a cOl.l will not settle there. 23c Of li. L- Jliddelton. Remedy It .. ..11 25c at all druggists. . if iberlaiu's Cough it for yearsThe people i.i. iMaeonniittcat tu Ro ululn and have have been using Colorado Centennial state. found that it can always be depenueu Indiana - Hooster state A Neglected Cotit iupoii. They may occasionally take up I A Serious Position. novelty put is an with some fashionable cause of disease. aud. ISczema. :, Lllllb ,.r nJn ,i... IUIUUhII .,..!,., i.f UI 1'QIOUII !.' i,m,...i, IV.IV.l Tetter, ., , . foith with exaggerated claims, but are clogs the lun:8 w nh mucus. It strains lntensoitcuinganuBmaiTinsjnci of a seemingl'- travial cough or cold is certain t0 return to the nimremedy that anu breaks duwn tliu luug" tissues. Dr. nm, for Bell's Vuov. ,0 be reliai,i thieatened hyiihat dread .lestroyer of Clant to theso upases iSTJistactlv allayed is hii unfailing Vs nnt roti il mnl'trt(liiMoUmntinn T:0'"- - cure for coughs' auU cold- -. It rel.uikis i very iuv.trWi.n?, lokin Ointment, ,.r. ,iii io. n ...,i, to ; cured by it. It imr equal to Chamberlain's Conzb Rem the tissues and gives strengthwith the & Thomas. luugs by supplying the blood It is n menace of amsumptron. d7!, havobeeapex-manentinitcliing piles and eily. For sale.by Perry dec7-lwill cure a cough f' w equally efnwcnt for Bell's forming oxygen. 2c at all good di i.iur..r. . favontof remedy for sore nipples: i .,..0 i,ri,f .,.t Jt llanas chflblain. frost bites failie Pino Tree state. thelumisa'-unsfthIncention of d:in-- i mu chronic sore eyes. 23 cte. er bpx, Maryland Old Line state. , , It , grjr. Constipation prevents tho boxly from I)r. Catly's CoBuilion Pners, are lidding itself of waste matter. De A cough is not like & fever. Il ' a Conneticnt Nutmen state, jast what a horso needs wheniu bd Witt's JLittle Karly Risers will remove I nor. ha?e to run a curtain coRrve. Ci condition. Tonic, blood purifier.. aed the trouble anil cure feick Headache. it quickly ami effectually tiaiflrC-rv,i!- . fcpaat HirHiiiwiese, Inactive JJverand olear Minute Cosch cure, the . .Tuey Ctotkler, Tke FMrniskr, Tfce Sker, The latter. Tte uoioii ( OtS t meuicino smd th btjet in nee to pat a .ir."f c...,...!...;! .i c.,,o. winjntAnn. Miiinu, OBni vnfcii. for' all pit; nnd for ill.. i.,t, oc mayS-lDoHKfcfcS & oasea. We recotnwMid-i- t BoldbPerry'&ThsmasSucceon.to wG. la?r?e to.prime eeoAitifm. . FxiKMJtl.HiVadtwcauw 1 good. Doxw fc Welte. n hny J.VVUW jrU4 White. I ?SEE OUR Low Rates j Orleans, La., December Account Southern Education Association. The S.ir.-aparill-a. I REMEMBER Thuiiman Grocery Co., Planters T p New-Orlean- s $ W nn .1 train-servic- e time-card- s, n ' O $7 50 X- j j . f.-:.- "" ", I KJV 4. I V m v ' m j de-cig- a,i,,mo,.i,. ,,,,(ti,0;,,i,,( J " " - - p SUITS Suits j ( - y .", I 1 " ' , ivi.tlsl I m Hood's Pills e y. 1 ' 4 : I ...:..: V.1u -- t;. - e j 11 111,1- fcv Piiur-Tar-Hon- :: :. - m Ever)Tthiu in our store is fresh and new, no old goods and everything at the lowest price that cash can buy them for. : ! Salt-Rheu- m 1 , I Jt, - l . 1 Pine-Tar-Hon- ey ,- .r,Ti'"fl'' ) -- Pine-Tar-Hon- ey .?? m ns-gl- sts H. y J. STRENG, M e 'PP1 , -- rrnnr"wie8o. r, ri.ti. . .aof o..,0i I I jrci-fc- 5& 9 ta ' ;.n :-- - .'-- . is .tT - ,f V .. leM ' s n?-- v- -3 - - '" 'i! J. 'i - C - f " J;'i-5- - " ''-LiiL - . & ??" MBMMaMPMMBacP sjMgMfcaiijm MMrrTIBfaMmJ gTrrWiIWl???---S- ' 'jm.' aJTiSBBii i, :fiffEnbHira i .' !J mi - t : "i llV.iO 1 U1 V f ' in i" IV ij( . iti lU 11 2 '? ! W. C. SLLMER.JOHN HOSHAl. The Art Amateur for Christmas is inRichmond "a thing of beauty and a jov forever." Its exquisitely reproduced-coloplate entitled "Grandpa," from of Parkersburg, V. VaM RecomTuesday at noon by Reported even' famous Academy picture by Chtftlea & Co., Staple and tiie E. Deatherago mends Wrights Celery E. PracrorTwliicn won the llallgarten Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. Capsules. prize and another at Syracr.sc, is one are three great reme- I There EGGS lfijc cash; 18c in trade. that will appeal to everybody for the die that every person with BUTTER Choice country, 3015c. PABKEESBDnG.W. Va., consump- - X tenderness and pathos expressed in it. I weak lungs, or with BEESWAX-- 20 25c. January 2Gt 1993. The old man is seated in an WOOL Clear grease wool, 1015c; i tion itself, should understand. STOCK Weight Meii. Co., Tue Z blowing smoke riiigr for the declaration These remedies will cure burry, lOgloc; tub washed, 25c Columbus, Ohio. who btands ot his tiny granddaughter, CHEESE-Coun- try. 10c. I about every case in its first SALESMEN , been usin,? besido him watching the operation with Geutlemen: I havesince Novemstages ; and many of those TIMOTHY , Wright's Colery Capsules of the interest. The text I more advanced. It is only CLOVER ber, 1SD4. and find them to be as recomiiiagiizine is exiieinely varied and TJxion Stock Yards, . taking then) most advanced that are first mended. the I 50 BLUE GRASS Even these are j highly interesting There is a biogClX'INNATI," O. THE BCEUEKCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS !G5c; extra clean, C07oe; fanov vlean, I hopeless. raphy of Jtubens With s mo superb wonderfully relieved and life J is due not only to the originality and j pure seed. Sl$l-3Commission charges are $3.C0 per car Stomach trouble Constipation which bis work. Severn! pages prolonged. i itself ereatlvtKncA nirlirc ? examples of to "The Collector." Hen for hogs, 50c. per head for cattle. IRISH POTATOES 4050c; had been a Iting fcnllerer. l iouua iiie simplicity of the combination, but also Ti,At are devoted r .a Celery Capsules Rave me jreat relief to the care and skill with which it is. Ilefereuce Western German Bank, CincinBACON 10c I ry Mosler's 'Wediiing Feast," which nati. Ohio. sept7-l- y ' jroniihe beginning and have used them manufactured by scientific processes Fresh air, proper food and HAMS-l- Oc t has recently been presented to the Meeer siiR'e. With pleasure, toand unso- known to the California Fio Svkup I.ARI)-78J- Sc any and Co. can think licited. I rvcoiMHieud them tropolitan Muauiti). is illustrateU only, and we wish to impress upon of soiro stmplo Wanted-- Sn Idea Who to patent? ORCHARD GKASS ?1.2o1.3o. all Msfltirinj: with like afllictious or either tiring is an excellent account of Charles Tiiele all the importance of purchasing the of tbeni. Very truly yours. iwtii mn. lilna. thpr miw lrlnc VOU TVallll RED TOP oOc. I of Oil 'u'ifi Hypo- true and original remedy. As the E. Pructoi's AVurk, of the K.ttional Write JOHN WEODEUCURN CO, Patent AttorChadlesT Caldwell. neys. WmihlnBtoii. D. C. for tbelr $1AJ prize offer SEED BYE 00c. genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured r Liu ., and Be afraid of t Academy phosphites. and list ot mo hundred Inventions wanted. Sold bv T. S Hagan, DrnzcisL Price by the O&xiujkxia Fio Srr.or Co. I draughts but not of fresh air. J 0 Institute Exhibition, , the lm r DieewlsandSl-OpcrboxCallatdruR-. only, a knowledge of that fact will CORRESPONDENCE. 6- illustrated with the pnz picture. For, I Kat nutritious food and drink re awl j;et (ret samnle. assist one in avoiding the worthless I plenty of millc. Do not forget : tne student we have illustrated aiutle imitations manufactured by other parVALLEY VIEW. Alt aruggbtepeH Pr. 5J.IW Nerve riasters. I that Scott's Emulsion is the on Pen Drawing, 'Hie Painting ot ties. The high standing of the Calioldest, the most thoroughly : Water, Figuie Painting, Laudecape fornia Fio Sriccp Co. with the mediA little child of Joe Burrus died last cal profession, and the satisfaction I tested and the highest en- - ; Panning, Flower Painting;, Wood Carv-week of croup. which the genuine Syrup of Figs has all remedies for ing, Tapestry Painting. For the Interior ALL WO'-I.Prof. Solon Taylor closed his school Z dorsed of given to millions of families, makes : t tne weak throats, weak lungs and Decorator, a Modem DiuingRooin, Friday. at Million, last the name of the Company a guaranty in all its stages. 5 The Newest Arrangement of i raperies t consumption oj: all drugjists. of the excellence of its remedy. It is Rev. O. J.Young p reaches at ! Si . 50c. for doors and windows. The Choice of far in advance of all other laxatives, SCOTT &COWNE, Chtmists, New ork. Church, next Sunday. as it acts on the kidneys, liver and Wall Paper, and Church and Home The merchants of this place who ad- bowels without irritating or weaken- Embroidery. For the China Painter ' in them, and it does not gripe nor , vertised in the special edition of the SECRETS OF LONG LIFE. The Painting of Koses, How to llecomo nauseate. In order to get its beneficial Climax report greatly increased sales, a Ceramic Decorator, P.oucn Ware, '" Ein2 out tho old Svvlllrij Ring in the new effects, please remember the name of as the result of what printers' ink will" Ul Eight hours' bleep. The Use of Powder Colois.Tho Art of pin2 out th0 faIse RiDg fa the truc " the Company do. Sleep on your right side. Mineral Painting, and CliristinasGifts. p the new an rue rom t"0 to CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. C. BiggerstafT returned from CinKeep your bedroom window open ail The Supplement designs include A $ 'wk P'ney forests of Norway Wh WjpIIw4 hAN riSACIS-COCaL ' cinnati, last Friday, where he iiad bev night. Gothic Alms liox, a Carve Picture LOCISVILLE. Kjr. LV TO UK. N.Y-eral hogsheads of tobacco on sale at the Have a mat at your bedroom door. Frame, and several decorations for janS-lHe realGlobe Tobacco "Wai chouse. Do not have your bedstead against China and Embroidery. (Price 35 ized fair prices for same. the wall. ceuts. J. W. Van Cost, Publisher, 23 NT. TO OUR No cold tub in the morning but n Union Square, Xevv York.) Prof George Bm ton. the able teacher, all -t Corrects J Ist!e s &a 1 Slioulabe !vrr,;j'rwfc:se4i.'c6'dljeforeCtnd-Clrth- . closed his tci in at Millers schoolhouse, bath at the tenipcraturo of the body. ij-- r The QuaVpr Vall-- j Mfp. Co. of Chicago ha e last Friday, with appropriate exercises. ftk "C i Tmt" Hrtr nave stoou uiu requested u to announce that they haieseer-a- l Overcome Oveicouie evil wiih good Exercise before breakfast. Nature's most natural remedy, improved by d .' : ,. yar . science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Eat little meat and see that it is well join ooughFand colds with One Minute thousand sets of the finest coin I Prof. Burton is a capable instructor, ..p r HH,ldae C ... Chat- - : War Memorial bpoons left over, from their IKoJ. Cure for coughs, colds and'all inflamed surfaces Cough Cuio It is so good children They will mail, postpaid, and the patrons cf that school ate well cooked. recent distribution tr T of the I.ungs and Bronchial Tubes. a full set of six of these spoors to every For adiilih Drink no milk. crj lor it. It mres croup, brmicliitis, who will send name pleased with the work done by him. to the CLIM X, Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary the cells pneumonia, gripjie and all throat and Eat plenty of fiuit to and address a jiostal card will do If, on Miss Viola Million, the efiicient taccesor to W. receipt of be spoons, j ou find them the most I'mtt.V Tm5, drugK-lmucus is cut out ; the rated ; the Twte. O lung disease. Douglas & Wells. exquisitely oeautiful necimens of the silver- - teacher, will close her school at Bethel, which ilcstiov disease genus. cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed Avoid intoxicants, which destioy Friday, with appropriate exercises next membranes arc healed and soothed so that there A father who had heard that bis is no inclination to cough. at night in the church. MKs Million those cells i n different desitm cTuvnn nf boy had been uing oaths, took lift in the open air. I'aily exeic coffee size showine soldiers in camp in Cuba. is one of the best instructors in the SOLO BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Battleships. They Morro Ca'tle and four U. S William, Allow no pit amiiiuis in our living Iii in on his knee and said : are imperishable mementoes of the late war, county, and the patrons of Bethel Bottles Only. 25c, 50c. an- - $1.00 Sizes Sewing1 and everv subscriber should accept this most school are all pleased with the able rooms Thoy are apt to cam about I hear you have been using naughty O U I f U BE SURE YOU GET remarkable offer, and obtain a set before it is " HWI..-- ..l.l . .. i.nfl' I AM SB YEARS OLD. and never used too late All that's necessary is to say jou're a work she has done. In teaching the disease germs. any remedy equal to lr. CeU'a is important) subscriber to the CLIMAX 'this aked the little fellow Not wishing Live in the countrv if you can. 0rB It tries quick and permanent rrllel and" that ou except Memorial fcpoon Offer. young mind how to shoot. Miss MillIn grip as well as coughs and cold. It ma'ct-Address Watch the three D's diiiking water, to tell, the father replied: "A little weak I unin strong. Mrs. M. A. Metcalle, ion is par excellence. Jay Ell Es. QL'AKEU VALLEY MFG. CO., Feducah, Ky. bird tld me." when his little hopeful 357 West Harrison St., Chicago. damp and diains. ' au31-jw rSTATION CAM1 knocked him out by saving: "I dt-i. Have change of occupation. Estill County. bet it was one of them d a iiiiglish Take frequent and shoit holidavs.. t w.xji Limit your ambition, and keep youi sparrows "' &$s&&'.M&- " pffty rL-- xr9& Harry Scrivner is on the bick list temper. rf Hlaek Diamond 15oone lias notified tliis week. I have rented for 1898 the several houses adthe authorities at Frankfoit that .nn Corn is selling at $1.23 per.bbl., and vertised bj me last December, but have now 2w Bucklen's Arnica Salve. English syndicate, with 10,000,000. has four or fite other nice cottages, well located 25?k 2.7o per liundred. " VS.' vriE?r J and equipped for sale on easy terras. Call at hoRS at The Debt Salve in the world for Cuts. will m office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, Prof Durrett White was among liis Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever hacked the Diamond railroad and t&z&Z with btephen D Parnsh.Attorney-at-Law- . T old friends here this week V7e Pay While Yon Live, FLORIDA II. PABRISH, Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, ( souti. thmiiBiiKeiitiicbv. Plan, Life Insurance Reversed. Attorney and Agent jan26-t- f -Miss Marry Moore closed her school Corns and all Skin Eruptions, Tliey Pay WlienYon Die. at Locust liraucli last Friday. 'in and positively cures Piles, or no pay reTw:rKaitt CapL L. C. Kttbh, of Foxtown, Madi- quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect :.iM lrL-- m ' son county, was up thi-- j week. satisfaction or money refunded. Price OVER 3128,000.00 PAID IN MATURITIES. J. M Edwards and Jas Wilson at- 25 cents per box For sale by Perry & and wife should know about the preECONOMIST RANi5ES tended Itichrnond court Monday. Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. OVER 850,000.00 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. Hotary Motion and paration that for half a century has declS ly G. White. Albert Wilson and Miss Mauiio been helping expectant mothers bring Wafers visited friends near Kings Stalittle ones into the world without HOUSEHOLD HINTS. COUPONS MATURED NOVEMBER, lSflS. tion, Sunday. danger and the hundred and one . Cost. Address. Mr. Simpson Wagers, of Kice Station, discomforts and distractions Name. S Brown . . . . 1G 50 . . . . A i2i Lexington, Ky Salt lish may be quickly freslienetl Kate was uj this week looking after bis ffp& incident to child-birt10 .V) . It by soaking in sour milk. i farming interests. 14 50 is applied externally, which E B Wan en . . . . When Usinj; vanilla for flavoring add jiff! if if I r1f 1). V. Thomas closed his school at liulf . i;i . . . way 10 gci renei. Mrs Mary B Hunter . I a teaspoonful of peeh extract. l" ti'iiy Iiiia , viuuueu victh, nun an uiuc--i uiiiiiiium. 10 50 ." Louisville, Medicines taken internal! A K Mayzeck To give an appetizing llavor to a M't kh which was well attended. ,vill nrvf l,olr ...1U Tm? William D Close . . 15 50 . Buckner, broiled beefsteak, rub a cut onion over .1. HUb 111.11 in1 ...... 15 50 . . Lexington, Pi Itev. Ncalc, of Winchester, Iia3 been the hot platter, then add the butter. Pool Skookum Gulch result in harm. called to nreacli at the 6hrihtian ". . . 15 50 . For blinds and poisons a strong solu 15 50 . tion of baleratus and water, immediate Q church at this place for next year. 15 50 ly and frequently applied, gives relief by let-- Musk- Co Messrs. A. C Wilson and Sidney Xj lor sale . . 15 60 . mmmmI, Ky. Horn went to Owsley county to buy and sure cure Geo W Xuckols . . fn -BB . 15 50 . . Occasionally your pet canary bird Itr, lnysvil!e turkeys last week, but report the crop Milton Johnson . 12 50 should be fed with a Lexington,' . I very short. 'V etrir. JeH Burns DEM0CEAT? 12 50 chopped fincand mixed with cracker m fits and prepares every John H Allen . . . . Hubert and Haymoud Arvin. The 12 50. organ, muscle and J P Moore . . famous coon hunters, of this section, crumbs, giving it not more than a Aa oi.1 alar reads- "Thre If a place 13 50 thimbleful of the mixture at a time of the body foi S V Fry . for everything lo be Roofing, Glittering' pait far tvtrytiint:.' sua have on hand several hundred pelts, as A good way to discover the presence 13 50 Us ItUce, U- LUtlIlll.l.C UlOl.VJ' II Burgin the critical hour. It I)r T O Jlerc dith . proof of this winter's catch. every jjjmri Bed jUace in the borne of and General .' . . 13 50 of moths aud also to destroy them is Georgetown, of its Geo V Fitzgerald robs child-birtSheriff Daniels and Deputy L. H. DKMOCKAT hi tie SUNNY SOUTH The to place a lighted caudle in a basin of 12 50 Lexington, -- Job Work Flynu went to Beatyville last week Dtejitefc is the peopre's iiaper. owned by tortures and pains. Mary Hall 13 50 water. The moths will be attracted the ftfopk. ami i cluays ready to ficht H llaker Baby's coming is pade J 'after the Kouch boys, who forged by the flame, and will drop . . 13 50 far the olmul at Ji? vorie. IT STANDS into the " quick and easy. Its several checks on Jonah Wagers at (K SQUARELY ON THE CHICAGO water. 13 50 Newport Xewe, Va action is doubly bene- - Newport News Syn. Wagereville, this county. without ihc aid or consent of the 13 50 faiicompar-itm- n Bnp ami a OaM ticiai it used during the whole 13 50 The "Western Horsemaii, publishejJ at its news service (bow being fur- BEREA. VI period of pregniincy. ntebed ever kasctl wires by the New York at Iuilianapolis, Indiana, at $2.00 u 12 50 Leesburg, Bishop SI per bottle at all drug stores, oi Sallie 9m. the Chicago Inter Ocean end the What was the matter with the Cli- - year, and issued every Friday, stands 11 cU Hutte, .Mont. M Albeiz J XorthWB l'rbs AseculHJB) with that of BB MAX last weekV It didn't rnmo. DR. CALDWELL'S 12 50 at the head of Turf and Trotting and sent by mail on receipt of price. Madisonville " H B Bradley any ether paper, will fuliy verify its ' Mrs. W. T. King. wh lias been sick Pacini: horse journals, is handsomely " 12 o0 Owensboro, ilc".o "li you t'c It in the Dispatch it's R II Hagan Books Free, containing valuable am. and if it : so u is always in the Dis- for some time with fever is up again. illustrated with pictures of noted horses Lexington, 1250 I to all women, will be sent lo anj FIINo'rton palcb." " 12 50 ' . " Greou llitt Save a ,,0P Saturday and gives all the horse news from Cali: MarvHnll address upon application by Dispatch alto has a stafT of over The llendne, and Xeurnlaia cured bv Dr. night, good crowd " um and a good time fornia to Maine. If at all interested WLThrelkeld in the South, and MILES l'AIX PILLS. "Onocentado:." at active "a -- ' in trotters or pacers subscribe for it The BradfJe!d Regulator Co., Harry U est 11 50 MORE wMi POSITIVELY GUARANTEE NMidd'.etown" is reported." THAX DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS " S 50 Lexington Mary Tolls Miss Nannie Kindred, of AVallaceton, The great annual Souvenir number Atlanta, Ga. f ay ottr Louisville paper. Get the twill be issued February 10, and will be 10 50 Camden. Ark " Jacob Kirn was the guest of Mrs. Jackson, SaturDitfnteh. i,. piv-- the news and tells the ' Jan5-l11 5Q worth more than the price of a year's I exinglon, J H Baker tra'fc about 11. day and Sunday. subscription. It goes free to all . Ilarrodsburg-Uxlly 8 napet Sundny 24 pages. Week-- I . . . George liohon J. W. Ames has sold his liyery stable nicp- -- to others We club with the Weekly j 23 cents per copy. 9 Lexington, Howard Shepherd - remarkably low price of and all the nice rigs to Fay Hanson and Pv special arrangements with the c J& Diri'atcfe a triePasco. The firm is Hanson & Pasco wa are enabled to send the now. FORI Western Horseman $2.00 per year, and of Panola, has moved the Weekly Climax $1.50 per year, Millard have about Twenty J J Abbihl . . . Cincinnati, Ohi CALL AT to this place, he is a blacksmith by both for .?2.25 during the year 1S01). " Lexington, aTA 3VccAc(A ius.. Bernice Eggleston n trade and will work for Uecknell & Give us your order. it nov23-t- f Brahma - Cockerels for F B Mann Earley. " . Versailles sale nt 51.00 each. Also John O Rogers . Six of thebest Fire Insurance ComDied: On the 1st, inst. Petty Reed "The wheat crop of lb97,' of OklahoNewport News, Va panies in the United States. Losses paid a few Thoroughbred Mam-- 4 c b Tvior SgS 4. - '1 promptly. colored at her home iff Berea, of pneu- ma, was 18,000.000 bushels, and sold for " . Lexington, moth Pekin Drakes (Ran- John It Allen monia after an illness of only one week. over 13,000,000. This year's crop is SALOON PARLOR Carrolton, J F Jett kin, Hallock and Newman In the I'rudental, yon are offered the yeer's cotton crop She was a member ot the Christain equally good. . Lexington, best Life Insurance attainable, and on WHEN IN TOWN. J J Connell . . . . strains) at $1.00 each. themost approved plans. In Accident of bales shows the possibilities church. . Butte, Mont. C A Lindell . . . . Insurance e apain pive the best We will not transact business with irresponin raibiug this staple. The crop in 1S97 Call on or address . Richmond, , Djniel Boone Club is estimated by Wisconsin lumberIt What the territory II Coolest and most refreshing! sible companies. 261 Second Street, HARRY S. MORGAN, men that this winter's cut will exceed 6oldforS5.000000 is destined to be in stock raising may Up Stairs. . . Henderson, 12 Ij Kleiderer . . . of drinks that, can be found former years by anywhere fiom 100, nov2-t- f White's Station. Madison Co., Ky. be judged from the fact that it cuutainh . . Lexington, Daniel Swope . . in the city are dispensed 000,000 to 150,000,000 leet. The wages cattle, 203,073 hoibes, 38,837 F K Johns and aceommo-datiii"- ; that will be paid this winter for chop 775,851 257,740 hogs . 50 YEARS' and 52,868 sheep. " V A and A M Shely . placed at about $215,000 per mules, ping is clerks. IEXPERIENCE Lawrenceb'rg ' B F Powers GEO. W. IIIIjEY month, and from 2,000 to o.OOO more An immense n mount of corn is raised, Kept on Tap. Genuine Saratoja' Water Ilarrodsburg- " Thomas O Bell men will in all probability be employed with large quantities of hay, oatb, " Lexington, D Gray Falconer Of Shelbyville, Ky., Kecomraends year in the woods about the head beans, millet, kalllr com, alfalfa and this potatoes. Tli, fanners of the territory " Wright's Celerv Capsules. Louisville, Z T Brovles of the lakes than last year. 3. Second St. Shelbvville, Ky., May 26, '!5. To Phone . Ohkago, 111 wisely look to the diversifying of crops. Mrs GB Allen. Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: In olden Lexington, " KY. Oklahoma fruit is famous. Several lilCinLOXD, Ed Kane Trade Marks Gents I have purchased a box of times a leper Designs " 12 37 " hundred car loads of peaches were Mark Stevens was stoned Wright's Celery Capsules from G. N. Copyrights &c. " out shipped last year. Among the minerAnyone sending a t ketch and description may Cumberland Club . . . . Somerset, Middelton, druggist, and used them for in of town; modern opinion xree whrthpr &n Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti times a stele als are coal zinc. lead, copper, salt, onlcklr ascertain onr patentable. Communira- - Mies Anna Knoble . . . . Lexington, ll invention is probably tlonsstrtctlyconDdentiaL Handbook pation aud found that they cave me imman is stoned . Madisonville," gold, silver, peindiiini ami sent free. Oldest accner for securincon 1'atcnta patents. P V Nesbitt mediate relief every time. 1 think it an out of all his Patents taken throueh Mann & Co. receive 12 57 . . . . . Chicago, 111 tine clays." V J rpecial notlct, without charge. In the chances in .rOrVS excelled, reinedv. , -- 2 i;r..K...i. . Lexington,. Good & Co Scientific ., crowd of Yours very truly, V F White Estate . . . Here's Your Chance. "- -! A handsomely Illustrated weekly. T.niet cir- EON. C. T. CALDWELL, Prate Market. Advice to deed Consumptivesj LITE arm-cha- ir Sn -- PLEAS TRY t SKED-$1.35$- 1.50. .00. SEKD-$4.50S5- SSaffiAiiru'Sir ben SEED-i5trip- pril, 5 ur 1 it eoirs liiKiisiesi Cod-Liver Water-Colo- ?lPft9IPIB 6 - rfriA cilLsSsl ' goo ,pom jv5$lAt?5lA.t'iAi yf iJ m ,'f r v tl i r&fi r r'f vi if mm m ALL DRUGGISTS. sJf r-'- f i I 1 S 5$ V I l . An-tio- ch i ', I f- -l , Ins'lllllftlw TOCTi)3islliW 1 'u y m DR BELL'S M --6 SUBSCRIBERS-IMPORTA- I iw- ! :rm IfY ;KravB 1 B II iK.if saUiaUf tj! silver-plate- wmm s, fcc-- cough-wor- n Iec8-I- microbe-bearin- g Wfceeief & Wifson 1 mm IF TOO after-dinn- er 1 MacMne. .v iffl-TTI as to what to buy for Christmas please remember us and w will show you many things that will surprise you. Come and be convinced and do not take our word for anything. We quote no fabulously but our aim is to please our customer low-price- s, I bofh in s isli's price and quality. - Pine-Tar-Hon- ey f "- - - .sytim -r m s .. r !:Read This -- Southern l 'mmm -- Coipa&i, Of Lexington, Kentupky. 1 ksW m 0- ' ti- l$J&&fl llSPslIli Mff m JJLsii s, v ohu-buM- )., -- - - H&& &r l3l- EYE : rilllUI bUUhlulb, And muii all Searings. mtt&sn.'. h. 7. " ..A. U, .... - iLlEa jJ hard-boile- d i i neu h - - ... I'LAT-VOft- JfKis. I CHE - ! y y vY3H nEE,??J II F. Rock infor-iratio- n I " .....'. .. ..... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ....". ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . other nice and attractive articles such as are only found in a Furniture Store. first-class. hzh are . . . . . . . "Permanent profit can only come from satisfied buyers." 'We repair every possible mistake j'ours as well as our own." "We will thank any customer to tell us how to improve our service." "Tall talk and small performance. may go for awhile but the- - bring ultimate disaster." "If you can tell us how to serve you better we shall obey the hint." "There is no demand a customer can make of this store that we will not grant." "We alvra's try to be polite and attentive." WE ARE THE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM, 'To cheat a customer is to kill business."' . . GGERSTAFF DAY TELUTUONE 76. OLD NIGHT TELEPHONE 67 M .... ' s ! S. y sub-biririe- rs , I $1.25 A YEAR. pub-lit'is- iadison Monumenta Works ESTABLISHED $mm 1863. fti, I Thoroughbred Light . . .... n3 JAMES T. 'HAMILTON, Pkopkietok. st Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. 14 i Jrt-l- y b' up-to-da- te KMAv 1 ... FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who are contemplating buying Marble, Granite, or any kind of Cemetery AVork, will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in the rear of the M. ErCUurch on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand a large stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all classes of buyers Mil. v j. ljUUt'.HJ'jK. one or ttiejbe.st worft men In Central Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory workin otery phase. Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs, which will bo furnished on application. gW YOUR PATKOXAGE SOLICITED.- -! - ...:.. &r - Ism mi-OF 160 ACRES, Within J757VTES D. Proprietor. 9 Geo. W. Rilev. i fflgysMr' Httiericati. -- '. ' -- t Every inch of it is as rich as cream. It lies on the best pike in the count v: the land TIis Kew Acityleac Gas Bicycle Lamp. is rolling to level: 91) acres Hs Mcrs are in grass: excellent waiter well, cistern aud spring. - SOOT, Buildings: An elejnint two o SMOKE, and a half story new brick of - GHEISE 10'rooms, the linest farm resnor DfiKEER idence in the count: immense tenement houses, barns; one of which is a good frame of 5 rooms and complete set tit buildings which really UrorMow Oil Lamp. makes it ;i .separate farm. "We will sell tins place at an un- ABSOLUTELY usually low figure S14,009. Jj cht cokIh r.f fi cent nr.hojir. Throws a clear. wi.i- )Vt ) U't Snul Terms, nu half wih, balance f jrcircu.ir l:o . . . J Greatest K'e'-in one, two. three, four and Year :c:i tl From your rifxltr live years. Send for our list' O . or'Mutpicpa.u j. ?4UJ- j of farm for sale. three-quarter- s of a mile of Owensboro, Ky. a ITBUKN3GA3? i i I r jSK 1C ik-ininlK)!c 11 WWk -- n'i-- Ei ' " t!--e -.- .--..-.. WiliL-lAU3UK2I-G- b & LITTLrJ, Owessboro. Ky. Kho can ttiak ot siapK Ul oir&xf brtar yon weakh. t -- AD8EH BRASS fil.F6.CaXEHOwHA, WIG. JlyS-S- oi - ail,' 3d SU, Wanted-J- tn Idea IfT6" 7 Mr tbep my a4 Urtt Iko ioe buMn.'t.TtwS. tnaT iYRUP T It V OR. CALDWELL'S .CURES INDIVCSTION. PEPSIN J,4 : compounds, which are more or less "boomed" by merely druggists: bat an honest druggist will give you the7. Golden' Medical Discovery " when you ask for lu If he koows that its sales have steadily xne 1Q vv.Ku w, wxiiijr year nu inai vestiee of ao educated, authorizedii physician e who ha devoted a of active practice .tfefensd Ho? to efcrwie dlsMi profit-seekin- g life-tim- use for him. A man who has bilious turns and tired feeling? and frequent " off- - days ' ' might as well go out Imt'iA r j;it,m ot business. These things are bad enough in the and wi etchedness they involve if they do not go any further. But you never know what is going- to ucveiop in a constitution. If a man as soon as he feels that he is not getting the forceful strength and energy out of his food that he ought to, will begin taking Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, he will soon put himself in the position where he can do a man's work easily and cheerfully. His appetite will be sharpened; his liver invigorated; his digestion strengthened; an edge put on his whole nutritive organism. Those eubtle poisons which debilitate the entire organism and invite consumption and a host of other diseases, will be driven out of the system; and he will gain plenty of pure nourishing red blood, muscle-powand nerve-forcIn short he will be a man among men. There are hundreds of delusive temporary stimulants, "malt extracts' sarsapanllas and self-disgu11 er e. M&3F9k hustling: men who have no ulace and no !J5 SnniB Kxlraurdinarj (iffn-- s by The Climax. culation of anyjcientUlo journal. Tcr.ns. $3 a year: fnnr nionths, f L Bold byall newsdealer. M Fincli MUKN&Co.36lBroad. New York Drancb Office, C3 F 6t, Washington, D. U 28-2- V D finch . . LA M Grief . The Cum x wants live hunred new subscribers by the first of the new ver In order to reacii this end, some ex traotdinary inducements will be made LUntil further notice the following will COMPLETE be oilered to subscribers B1ISS Richiaond-CLIMA- 7 L IT Ml! ward ...... . . . ., . . . . . . Danville, . J LonibVille, ;" .; Richmond Market MMmmiMm It's poor logic to agree that all meats are alike. Our meats are the best. We kill first- class cattle, is why we have atwiijis uiijujuu ;t guuu snare of Richmond's patronage. Those that haye not favored us with orders in the past will be convinced, by giving us a trial order that our Beef, MUTTON, and other Meats, are not excelled by any market. I Jean Mclver . . . REGEN ERO. ZSrS' W'ipl ir-i- F D II Norton R A Good The and Twice-a-wee- k Courier-Journa- l, $1.90. AjOuisviiip; both for one year $1.00 John L Fisher ChicagoIll? DrS Stevenson . . .' The Climax and The Week- i ne urcni oiroos. " Lexington", Dr S X DanalUson ly Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. M Newton A EM3a.H3T-XI The Climax .and the Home SJ now trcjitment rcsr'i of pipry Atncrlran. Mis3SE Adams . . uiililn rnv das h iIueiy loture ; Junction City" . ,"4- -: .I tho most coinnltcatnl ca of Kcnniu Debility, ot J M'Keanc and TTarm, $1.30 WW lug kly. .J T Meyer.. It acts i owcrfully .. . : r, . Danville, t " Sew Man. PIia1rn!lv llir rntutl The Climax and either the Arii. me or tti;(;i:;:un.IVrrert. Itmen win - Metcairit Armstrong ., . '. . Lexington, ' wma calntlielr lost in.iiiUoocl.ar-'- OM Jlcn will reco The Cosmopolitan, Munsejs their yoatlifnl rtsor. It liiv Ijoratra aiul restore to M AMas-oi- ...'. .'(... Scmliul or MeClure's Magazise, $2.00. lull lite ami Ijor, allfuircren fiom Siiermattorliea. B F Uenton . . . n . . Iinpotency. Vnrlcoccla. XU'atly Emlsslonx, I.ost Jlrsln an t Jlawalar rower. The Climax and the Louis- Weak Memory. Wa!"filtcs, EUI Krciins. Despon- V HSlierfllus. . S .fidency, Uici of ConiMcnce. acil nil cITrcts of ville daily evening post, $3. Irtll rrcllon. vrlilch nnllu Total ijCAlncs's. study or marr'i:-P- . H KG K C UO Profit Over Cost. The Climax nnd Weekly ono lor eoesatoncctottis root of tio TVtanc that U why It cures. It It tlio Nrrta Toalc lu tho world Cincinnati Enquire, $1.50 that is hy it ulvw Vlnor Action flml rcstoren UieHroof o:ilh. It lxti uurrelous Diood The Climax and Ohio Farm, t'lrpalechn-k- tho J'lnk jlow rotnea hark (o FDLIPINFORMATION ADDRESSUKGENEItO. B Good PtorM II F Johnson . . J T Murray Dr A P Taylor. . . . --. W B Ancieir,on and wife ...... Lexington," Loui"jvillote. Lexington . ...:... ..... Le'xiugtonv il Cr. ct' i' 11 - e. anil-iu- ... rc- Fresh Fish Kecieved IDaily. t CW'---r Home-erovvegetables snehaa Beans, Potatnfs, Peas, Cabbage, Onions. Lettnce. ic., Ac, can be found In our market at alrilmes. Ttwukingyou for oast Datronaze I solicit k continuance of same. . m Rad-dlsh- es, l i Weak-Bosse- s, - v-?- Telephone S1.0456(l . $3,049.60 -- ,095.10 maya5-l- y a.. Roweir-5 A)D.J..Touoas, Maekey BalldiBg, Main St. cn-ant- t w . The Climax can also attreduced Tales; . . fur- nish, any paper published, in EflRDEAOXIEDiOALGO.X the United States ru Europe - AtJ9 in HicbmOnd by Perr & Tomaa7 ' -- Can ho carried In vct lw.kct. Ily mall Sl.OO per oi. oi !x for S5.O0. c rilperriilly rcrund the money lrliere si boscs do not effect a --cure. Circulars free AddresetUa American Office of FOR - - FfoiD . v Newspaper Directorij. A.:SMITH MIS.A.T. V - v. "'; - BOWM,, '-- - i""'Tho .Richmond, Ky.. Cllxax, weekly,Js.crHUte4with circulation accorded to sn.v paper In Richmondor iHMadteon the U.HbtIrCoagreionHi Distrkt.''' jti Thatmly paper Ih centy, V is the latjtfwt. - MILUOM, ft-- Lml Atat4 rc ;, ! '' -- iL-- ,Ju. tr fe- - 1 ?Sjfv MM i. ',' 'z i.i o. ;4v .'.? :smomm w , it. MorHas,.inMg WW1. wiii"!! 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