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(9 MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1898. $ SSg5SK) (Death Accidents) (9 ) - AND FOIEBS. "OBC DE." SEE." jiomesCGto (oto aIi..i8)Many. There's sorue thinu in tbe air now. Just what it's hard to tell. That tcsms to warm a ersou up, And make the bosom sucll. A eort of friendly feeling, A kindly, genial gloVr FIRE ) may lick tip your property in an hour. AVLafs that? The Christmas spirit By jinks! it must be sol ( ran-i- j the-rixlc. Let yon In $,) an ramj them e Ton cannot afford to for C (g) The Manhattan Life, of of Iew Kw York. York. ( Jl-- ThePreferredAccideDt, 1115 IUUCU1A of Hartford. - For it conies in with December. When the shirs arc bleak and gray, And it seems to grow and prot-pe- r With the passing of each day. It's the Christinas spirit, surely, And it's full of lightsome cheer-T- hen here's hurrah for Christmas The best time of the year. le flops up and down liko an excited eel in a Virions of ecstatic rapture thicker than the hair? of a hlauhiiig-hru&- u visit hip in my slumber Your image stands before me, and I reach out to grasp it, like aKiralTesnnt)-pinjra- t a bluebottle-fiy- . Since first I behold your angelic form my brain whirls round like a bee under a glass Jutnbler, and my eyes stand out like in the country. Your forehead is smoother thauthn elbow of an lime-baske- t. ZZ? am zBSCIMteiy "Pure ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER Powder YORK. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome CO.. KEW barn-door- s know some to prevent it "If you cannot reciprocale my passion kicking him.method writer suggest fiom The ser son is now at haul whenaf The that fectionate wives will visit the stores. I shall pine away likea poisoned spider, he put a horn on the butt-enThe purcnase meir nusuanus a lot ol nice and on coming near me you will catch !toa. mm may then horn a little, but it is a "Christmas presents," and have them JJXiy a cold and bhed a tear on grave etue guard against kickicg. By the youis affectionately, John." way this calls to memory Tom Dorough-ertj'All, Mr. Editor, those were certainly story about the use of horn as a happy, happy days! moie trap. The horn is placed in the t mole's hole, says Mr. Doroughty.and as THE NEW BATTLE-SHU- . the mole discoveis it inhisfood.with the From the Baltimore American. big end toward him, he make an effort You are now one of the bols. to go through. There not btintrsuflicient Illinois! loom in the horn for the mole to turn One of a fair Columbia's jois, around", and as it is not the nature of a Illinois! mole to ciawfi&h, ho continues to And if Spain in accents shiill squeeze himself up trying to get Should refuse to foot the bill small enough to crowd through until You will help to make her ill, he became wedged in so tight that it is Illinois! impossible to bienth, consequently he dies 'Jin the little end of the horn." You are long on avoitdupois, Illinois! her suumkh's schooling. One of uai's expensive tois, The soldier boy who left his Rit behind, Illinois! Keturninfr lfbnie now feels him full of woe; Let Chicugo fade away, For she can kiss much nicer, he will find, AVe'll remember her for aye llian when she. kisied goodby some months ago. You and old Pop Anson stay, '-IllinoW A farmer who resides in tbe Kirks-villGlad to see yon in the swim, locality was in town one day last Illinois! Looking fierce and likewise grim, week and invited a friend out with him to spend the night. The farmer, aftei Illinois! arriving at home with his friend, whom Ut-your battle cry to quell we will call Smith, told Smith to go to Angry stonns get up and yell: the house while he put away their rig. "Windy City Wat fell" Smith, but having slight acquaintance Illinois! onlv with the farmer's wife, concluded Chiisten you with dry champaigne, to rest himself in a hammock that was e old greasy coat. p y $$ WA fiaiicisomesitfri Morel & Which of Ik the Max." the Man." the of iliC, Nephew "Uncle Simeon, charged to his account. Mr. o) ( (o ) c BffiSBT&lfDICEY General I durance Agents. declS-ItirncK Main St. y what is irof.uiit7" OKI Uncle "It is er er what you hear when a man sits down on a chair which isn't theiv." c Sra Hi's (ireattst .kp fef fe v t Hit i.i. Mtitn. .wl ..... d(ijiI' nf Tonrfllnf 4. Af.,. T7t.k4 T. 11.1 i .... .... Main btreet, formerly occupied by E P. Palmer, I am better pre- pared than ever to serve the public. I have now the Handsomest jen eiry atore in tuciimuuu. wie largest ana Dest assonea siock. THE LOWEST PRICES. This stock includes Silver and Cat Glass Novelties, . Largest htocidii; w$ Lowest Prices! J1 - I D8 Three is True "Manners Makes the Man. "Home Makes 3iH)fe 3""y & t ' i "Mind Makes Xi'pil. S'858v885fte IIal-tead- Hrst Pror.d Parents I am a daddy, and it is a peach. Second Proud Parent 1 am adaddy-- , too, but it is a pair! New York Trili une. ACTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED EVEUY lomi'rOhip: "What are the 'arms for -- The Story or the Philippines" , commissioned by the k) Murat of the law' for, papa?" as Official Historian to the War DeOld Mock: partment The book was written in army seems lo he a ;miK at fean Francisco, on the Pacific with impression that they're for . tural Merntt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, o Hong Kong, in the American trenches at hugging serving-maids- ." Matrix in the insurgent camps with Acui- jasrio. on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey. au'1 in the roar of b&ttlc at the fall of Manila. That's quite a. draft from the west Herania for agents. Brimful of original pic- t tares taken by photographers on thi- - morning:," remarked a Richmond -t spoi Large book. Low prices. Bigprofiis. fTf!hT nmit tniMi llmr nil lrnsliv banker to the cashier the other mom- fiwmaai war hooks, uuiru iree. Aaiiress, ;..,. ... ll"v gkineed the mail. h 1 Barber. Sec'3 , Star Insurance Bldgt. oct26-4an ago The new potter promptly closed the well-defin' govi-rment- spends his winters at Alkeu.S.C. Weak ktV And Everything Kept in a nerves had caused severe pains in the FirstClass Jewelry Store. hick of his head. On using Electric lhtterb, America's greatest Blood and v SDecial prices made on Wedding Presents. I invite all my old friends and as many new oiks as want honest Nerve Beinedy, all pain soon left him. "Ji?L. values and courteous treatment, to come and examine my stock. He says this grand medicine is what Clocks and Wa'ches Repaired on short notice. W his country All America knows that it cures liver and kidney trouble, puiilies the tilood, tones tip the stomach, strengthens the nerves, puts vim, vigor and new life into every inucle, nerve and organ of tile body. If weak, , tired or ailing you need it. Everv hot . FiiV tie guaranteed, only 50 cents- Sold by Perry it Thomas, Druggist. l n.-ed- It. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain, Jluclocks. $0silverv;a re. ijgL diamonds. WATCHES. S jvifL &q ,V "V" o-- if && j ' j J 1 ARMER,The Jeweler, , , j.icCC-6- Jt JZVi S : - and if you decide that "Home makes the man," let u help you make the home. Outhouse furnishings are helpers to happy homes. . Our foods honest, handsome, and handy, at a less are price than expected elsewhere. Christmas is at hand and it should be your ood judgment that leads you to give as a Christmas present, something- that will adorn your home make it brighter and more cheerful. Take a peep at mv handsome line of fe fra.t m Judge John W. Sho waiter, of the U. S. District Court at Chicago, is dead. He was born in Mason count, this State, and was a lirotlter of the noted chess player, of Georgetown. m M WW mi 1 Maple, Mihof-ai- n Golden and Antique Oak.... S Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds. Elegant Sideboards. Extension and Center Tables. 0dd Dressers. Cliifioniers. S Parlor Cabinet Book Cases. Ea Racks, Etc., Etc. Bird'b-Ey- e ill In P3 Wlu-- t blops Neuralsta? Dr. SIIIm,' I'lln Pills. transom and nj;aiii stood atattention. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Mr. Gabb (hostetb): "Your little ap- j son does not appear to have much ATrOS-NEYS- . VV. MILLER. Attorney-at-La- Kentucky. Office in the Burnam Building, next door to fcb3-l- y armer's National Bank. Richmond, - - J.' S LiT"y-A-j- petite." Fond Mother: he is quite delicate." Mis. Gabb: "Oan't you think of am tiling you would like, my little man?" Little Man: "No'm. You see, mom made me eat a whole lot btfore we staited. so I wouldn't make a pig of tnvbdf." In dreams down country lanes 1 pa-- s, And piping hear no bird nor moue, For Mabel's skirts had sh ept the grass And brought a cricket in the house. Late to bed and early to rise, prepares a man for hi& home in the skies. But early to bed and a Little Earlj Riser, the pill that makes life longer and better and wiser. Douglas & A Veils Flemiiigsbui-- capitalists are talking of building an electric railroad from that place to Majsvillo in order to get HI IfisLtl Hbuiil f No Knife ! When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to cure you. li is the discovery of an eminent physician. (to iRtsfrupilon ef Illinois Business i r. All the fussing was in vagne, Illinois! If, oh ! if they had got gay "With Chicago iherclay You'd be Merrimacked today, Illinois! I'oor is that Loy and scant of grace. Who won't say "thank you," "if jou please;" Or let a blush come o'er his face For an honest patch upon his kuees. Attokney-RICHMOND, a -- Law, op- swinging in the veranda until the farcheaper freights. mer arrived from the stable. Presently the farmer's wife came Tars uin Complexion. strolling up ttie lawn, and observing It does not lequirc an expert to detect tho visitor in the hammock, whom she the sufferer ft om kidney trouble. The took to he her husband, thought wa- hollow cheeks, the sunken eyes, the it would be to throw a few dark, puffy circles under the eyes, the lnuts at him that were lying handy. So, how-funn- y The first treatment brings immediate relief. It lias cured thousands, and will cure you. MR. T. 6. WILCOX, prominent raorcha'it, politician and chief of the Chattanooga Tire Department, says: to mc. The ue of one bo-- cTertcJ a permanent cure. I oluntarily gie you l!,:s statement, honing it v.- - il be f e means cf bringing your wondcrfu! ruTiedy to the atterti. l of oihcrs suffering with piles." ' After jcars cf suffering, DOVG PILE Ol N'TMCX ; C -.-- KENTUCKY. Oflire over Taylor's Hardware store, posite Court House, on Main Street. . Chicago Record. H. B HOGG. A TTO RNE V A T LA W. Kentucky. Richmond, Office No. 13 First St,, up stairs. 31 30 careful mother had improved upon her little sou the necessity of ejecting the skins ef grapes, and a few days afterward she told him the fetory of Jonah and the wh.de. "The whale is a large monster," the mother, "and he swallowed A J. C. & D. M. CHENAULT, A Jonah." "Did he swallow other men, too?" asked the little boy. T A TTORNEYS "Well, I suppose he did," continued Kentucky. Richmond, the mother, who Uis somewhat in doubt; and while he was hesitating O'fice on Second street, over Chen- about the continuation of the story the ault's grocery. boy interrupted : "And, inamm.i, did he spit the skins PEYSICIANS. out, too?" LA W, DR. H. R. GIBSON, h PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. cHMONt). OtCce in the Joe Cc ,1ms building, 18 and 10 Sec7- ond Street, oer Wnice ..old drugstore. CHAS. HOOKER, TETERTNARY SURGEON, Graduate Oitlario Veterinary College. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. up stairs, over store recently accu-pie- d by Richmond Harness Co , East Mainy fet- -, ce Richmond, Ky. apr.-l- Medicine and Surgery. Oflice Collins Bntldintr, Main Street. While in company with a Whites Trfeohone at re.iilence (the drr place) on Station girl not long ago we were lookUnMdiray. Richmond, U. C. JASPER, M. I) - - D., A gentleman leiiding-ithe Kirks-vill- e neighborhood, who has been en gaged in a mild flirtation witli a certain oung lady for sometime, received recently his last letter from her. Upon opening it as he found a small jewel box, and smiled to himself as visions of a scarfpin or a rim: floated across his mind. Imagine his disappointment when, on pulling of the lid, he &aw, reposing on a bed of cotton-woo- l, match, and a slip.of papet a bearing these woids: "You've been a match for many a one, now here's a match for you." The "match" was at once broken off. hali-butnt Kentucky. ing over some old letters she had re- thought it poisib'e that a little woman could win a man's heart so completely as to induce him to pen such bursting Physician and Surgeon, effusions of love as this package of Kentucky iettets contained. Carefully I slipped Richmond. - - the following page or two of one into tny pocket which is a fair sample of TAYLOR, DR. T. J. the lot-- Head it and send a copy to in Medicine and Surgery, Practitioner Kentucky your sweet heart and if it fails to have waned!" Richmond the desire eflect certainly words are of Then the boy hurried away on busino value any longer: and residence on Second Street ness. s "Ever time I think of you, my heart EENTAL STJ3QBP.Y. Robert, alas! was Jim m& glass When things too fond a of his tame to crisis, he would call his wife up to get him a driuk of water. At last Mary made a rule of putting a jug of water ready for DICSTIST, OF LOOISSILLE, KY. him. One night a tiny ball of cotton accidentally fell into the jug. Robert next door to Government Building, to 4. Sa the Sack? j RichmSnd, Ky. Office hours 9 to novl"-lThen probably the kidneys, jjy caine in elated as usual, grasped the 3 jiig anil gulpetl down tlio water, anu In tho Ghost? with it the ball of cotton, the end of rooms for rent. lungs, Then probably the Four nice lM which clung to his mouth. Thinking in tha Joints? it was a hair, he .caught hold or it to $ Then probably rheumatism. Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-so- n, pull it out. But the more he pulled No matter where it is, nor what more cotton came. Finally, he next door to postoffice. kind; you need have it no longer. the yelled out in leal terror: "Mary! It may be an hour, a day, or a Maryl get up! I'm all unravelinc!" FRED SMITH. j'ear old ; it must yield to )R. ce rr V. EVANS. M swain a year ceived from her lone-sic- k or two before, and, indeed, I hardly to Smith's surprise, tho walnuts came whizzing around his head like grape oqst from a mortar. Smith jumped to his feet much excited to see who it One of the best authorities on foot was that had nssulted him and here, ball in Madison sajs the Danville hoys for the first time the farmer's wife saw certainly play a reliable game. You the face of their visitor when she dis can rely on their getting beaten twelve covered her grave mistake. The little times out of a dozen when they piny woman, feeling too muchembarrassed against C. U. to explain the matter, went sneaking off in tiie house limiting for a hiding A Main street father sas he has dis place while Smith was wishing to be at covered a way to quiet the baby when home.. he is crying, it is to make more noise than he does, and discourage him. Several yearb ago Mr. Solomau painted a stirring picture, "Waiting for the 'What is your opinion,'" a man was Verdict," which was exhibited at the heard to ask the other day, of people itoval Academy. The artist not being who go around carrying talcs?" a Royal Academician, entitled to anThe answer is, they make monkeys nex 'R. A." lo his name, had his paintof themselves ing "skied!" All the pictures contributed by that An observing father of the Whites august fraternity were, as usual, hung Station locality was heard to remark to on the line Thomas Landseer was in his daughter as she came down to ecstacies as he beheld the thrilling breakfast that her beau "should apply scene depicted on tho canvas and exfor a job at Barntim's." claimed, "There is Solomon in all his 'Why, father!" exclaimed the young glory, but not It A'd like one of these!" lady, in tones of indignation, "what do you mean?" A Narrow Kmiijip. '1 noticed when I parsed, thiough Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada the hall last night." answered the old E. Harr.of Groton.S. I)., "Was taken man, 'that he had two heads upon his with a bad cold which settled on my lung?, cough set in and finally termishoulders.1' X nated in Consumption. Four Doctors gave me up saying f could live but a "I think I'll take a day off." Remarked the otEce lad. short time. I gave myself up to my And he straight way tore another leaf Savior, determined if 1 could not stay From the bosVh calendar pad. with iny friends-- on eatth, I would meet e My husband with iny absent ones above. Scene: Station waiting-room- , was advised to get Dr. King's New Dis bow legged young man monopolizing covery for Consumption. Coughs, Colds. all the lire. Enter paperboy, desirous finding he is I gave it atpal, took in all, eight bottles. of warming himself, but It has cured me, and thank God I am superseded, exclaims: saed and now a well and healthy wo"Ah, mister, let's have a warm!" man." Trial bottles free at Perry and Tho man replied in a superior voice: Thomas Drug Store. Regular size 50c "Posession is nine points of the law, SI 00 guaranteed or price refunded. my hoy; and besides, I have only just and 1 come myself." 'Yah, no lies!" letorled the urchin, It is estimated that Clark county "tha'se stood theer till thi legs is farmers have marketed, or will mai-kel sallow parsnip-colore-d complexion indicates it. A phjsician would ask if ou hr.d rheumatism, a dull pain or auie in the back or over the hips, stomach trouble, desire to urinate often, or a burning or scalding in passing it; if after passing theie is an unsatisfied feeling as if it must be at once iepeated,orif theuiine has a brick dust deposit or strong odor When these symptoms are present, no time should be lost in removing the cause. Delay may lead to gravel, catarrh of the bladder, inflammation, causing stoppage.. and sometimes requiring the drawing ol the urine with instruments, or niav run into BrighL's Disease, the most dangerous stage of kidney trouble, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roothe great discovery of the eminent kidney and bladder specialist, is a positive remedy for such diseases. Its reputation is world-wid- e and it is so easy to get at nnlf TVll(v t f nc. tl.nl it. ..i.. .......I ....F.. any length of time for want of it-However, if you prefer to first test its wonderful merits, memtion The Richmond ClMAX and write to Dr. Kilmer it Co., Binghainton. N. Y. for a sample bottle and hook telling all about it, both sent absolutely free by mail. I t, Price 51.00, Prepaid to any Address. Pi VZi I DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, CHATTAfiOOGA, g) caegpom oct.Vly TENN. Yft&iS ' e the properties of t.;t- tunc wjntn ii.r.. TIR 9 JTmiSiiiVe I S ?; the musical ear. J-One irake of Piano may have one, another two, another three .& 5 w .& ,6 w or these properties. ? Trt Q15&LITY, "5Sis"fitTs'"fP7W resoh&ege ' T- - rtf LSi r& &U store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever brought to Richmond. M3' selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette, Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot be excelled. A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and Corduro-- , just received from the city. Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Work Baskets. Sui3'rna and "Wilton Rugs are also attractive additions to our business. It 3'ou JU'e ;l lover of beaut- - it will pa- - you to call and mv line of Framed Pictures, Me- dallions, &c. We also make a specialty of framing pictures. There is also on display in in- - m -- T x sa-.Lii- TLSV ;...r.".B4"y -- rSi Our-lin- e m m all frs Lor yovis, write m, r tt-it Oi i v--. ?;a .. rr-- of Mr. M. G. Brown, a graduate embalmer and funeral director. It will pay you to call on me before purchasing your Christmas presents. is full and complete, and in charge II Ijj ozio-j- s all ci'ie:. If none in cctnbica.'"on. Acer's in iticiisi.;ci S , cirr. 1 a. J. s. c&-za. r ij.j Je2. Uc aiu3 - 6'u It, f l 3 CTJCTA 'W FSlT I lj feZX ffi S, NEVILLE Surrf-.s.so- r MD8ERLEY, . '. I S fc W. ifc to Collin. es NIGHT PHONE 23.3 The Court of Appeals has decided that a sheriir is entitled to ten per cent, on the tiist $3,000 collected, not one per eent. of the first $3,000 in each case. JIany a household is saddened by death because of the failure, to keep on hand a safe and absolutely certain cure for croup such as One Minute Cough Cure See that your little ones are protected against emeigencv. Douglas & Wells. Amos Itiirgs, who is on trial at Mays-vill- e for murder, has killed lour men and is the father of seventeen children. Low Rates for Christmas Via The Southern .iSb-J- JJ' WHAT SHALL lo ivitli rtiiliDpines That is the question with which the big guns of two Nations are wrestling. we " oyance Aovenisemes Z3?For Monday WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK. Railway Or. account of the Holidays, the Southern Railway will sell Bound-tritickets between all stations in Kentucky, at low rates; tickets will be sold on Decomber 22, 23, 21. 25 and 26, and December 30 to January 2, '!)9, good to return until January 4, 1809. Call on your nearest Ajient, who will be glad to give you information as to rates etc. AVat. Taylok, A. G. P. A. p sta.'vx'w.a. this season, 7,500 head of fine, fat cattle at prices that will bring nearly a half million into the county. Quite a number of the outtle are exported to England. Bourbon is the only county in the State that exceeds the county of Clark this year, having marketed, it is said, about 10000 head of beeves,worth over $050,000. The Stanford postoflice will likely be authorized to issue foreign money orders, there being frequent calls for such orders' from the foreign population in that vicinity, mostly Swiss, of whom there are several hundred famiJ lies. we don't propose to give it for nothing and until we get our price, we'll keep it to ourselves. But we give free advise on Footwear where to get it, how to keep it. how to wear it, and when to wear it. We lit you perfectly free of charge also. All we charge you for is the shoes we sell you and JffeeSJlft then we sell you for $3.00 and $ J. 00 as good a shoe as you are in the habit of paying $5.00 and $0.00 for. If you will call and see us, i i: We have our opinion, but Hose worth 20cts for lOcts: Good Machine Thread. '200 yards spool for 2c. : 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c; Bargains in Ladies' and Gent's Underwear and Hosiery. Only Ladies' Xext week Fleeced-line- d The rVIaine Dry Goods, Notions and other articles, member the name when in doubt. and Ciik.u-uik- . Commission Co. (nov'iMyi Re- - Jpsf THOS. MEIGHEN, Manager, Con. Main RICHMOND, KY. m KEPAIIUNG AND TIMEING FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. All Work Guaranteec1. we will convince vou. ce 12-- 1 y tj Congress will take a recess from Wednesday, Dec. 21, to Wednesday Jan. 4. blood L rui W A Louisville boy is about to die of poisou caused by a mosquito H jLsc-S- bite. ihreeman nro First No. 3.' ig gp-jET- JLXJLAi JH E0E3 do OPTICIAjST 2nd T fa TT" Street, 9 Street, Richmond, Ky. frf1 gS'SMt DENTIST. over Collins' Grocery, same office lately occupied by Dr. W.?V. Burgm. jan!2-l- y T)R J. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. Hfeerrjf Bank, Jiye-i- y over Richmond, Ky. Madison National k Louis 3. Un, , Elcn-mony. d, No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, will be at Mr. J. B. AVillia'. Richmond, Ky., on WEDNESDAY, JANUARY Ufa, 130 o. returning every second AVednesday of each month. Reference every physician fet16-lKy. Immediately after applying it yea g feel iUsoothMs.rarorins.streagtli-eaicpower. It quiets congestion; draw3 cut inflammation. While browsing around down at Taint Lick tho other day, I observed tacked upon the door of Moore fc Co.'s. store quite a unique little notice which, by getting the assistance of a lew by standers, JC tnaiinged to read, and made an exact copy, ac given below : To the person who will interpret this notice in a sensible inaiier and send us a copy of the same, we will give a year's subscription to the Climax, provided the copy is accompanied with 1.25 to pay postage. The notice: have lost my haver 4 monts a goe that has Reedronn collcr Split in bood aers and theo tall is almost wittiwill seed out $2.00 tlollers reward llov bring it to race. Mr. Gatlfried Spitzer, Koigoj-jPostof- fice, Lincoln Co., Ky. The Ills of Children. Dr Ha rtman offers Ms advice to parents on the treatment of coughs and colds. 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IEA wmm 'I to guard against colds. Nearly all the ills of children begin with taking cold. I your child catches cold don't wait" a niomctt before attacking thai cold. To the ignorance or neglect of parents is due the fatal termination of many children's com plaints. If j'on are not informed as to the proper course to pursue to drive off a child's cold, write to Dr. Ilartman, president of the Surgical Hotel, Columbus, O., for advice, and ask for some of his free books which contain the most pcrtiuent faqts about colds scription, is wholly vegetable. It wards off colds entirely if taken at the beginning in proper doses. It breaks up settled colds quickly, it is scientific and safe; there is no mystery about it. Dr. Hartman's . books-tel- l just how it acts and wbj-- All druggists sell it. Mrs. C. T. Sogers, Elgin , 11L , says: Dr. S. Ii. Hartman, Columbus, O. Deaii Sis: "Your medicine saved iny baby's life. We stopped all treatment but yours, and now he is a beautiful boy. It was certainly a miracle.1' Mrs. Becking, iissmi ' 2S-- likmyf fm--'e?r ,, ktrfJSS .. :. .- I go to mm ;':5'ir7'v5? . KPfcSfc&JIB ."H.K1 rJT asm I i d, J -J T ti-x 'rSrVR Anyone tending a Bhctch and description opinion free whether an euicklr ascertatn our patentable. CommunicaInvention Is probably tions strictly conadentt&L Ilandbookon Patents eent free. Oldest nirency for gecunnjr patents. Patents taken tbronch Monn & Co. receive rptcial notice, wunout cnarge, ui iuo A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Larsest of any nolcntlBe Journal. Tcriiia,?.! a year ; four months, f I. Sold by all netrsdeilcrj. Trace Marks Designs Copyrights &c. may -- . V t t riri5r:r-&;X' 5A i. K r - m White & Gibsons Store m m m Dress Goods. Dress Trimmings. m IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, andconghsandallcatarrhal diseases. Dr. JIartman's great prePe-ru-n- a, MUNN&Co.36,BfMd. 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Placed over the stomach, it stops nausea and vomiting; over the bowels, it controJ3 cramps and colic Fhced over tho small of the back, it removes all congestion from tho kidneys asd greatly strengthens weakne.-?-. For sale by all Drnggkts. J. C u Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. , story is being told of a deacon in a mountain church in whose pew a drunken man had seated himself. The minis er was discoursing about tfiepopu-- . lar vices, when he exclaimed, "Where is tho drunkard?" The drunken man was just far enough gone to think the call persbual, and he arose and replied, "here Sam," and remained standing while the drunkard's fate and character were eloquently portrayed. A minutes after the minister reached another head of his discQurse.aud asked, "where isthe hypocrite?" Gently turning to his neigUboV, the drunken man said, "etand up, deacon, and take your medicine like did." A few-fe- lm vr IBS mm m Ox I - amuLih SnOKT LING TO and you can also say extremely comfortable, when you are j driving in one of our easy and handsome Buggies and Pluetons. Our stock of fine i ., PPi up to date Dress Gcods including the new coverts, diagonals, ere-1 pons, Ettimines, etc.,! come to. ns. We cai please you in style and price. Jackets, Collars & For all the new and of this season .require fancy braids. ( Goods The plain Dress Hhe new designs, scroll We have them- - in all novelties, nouveautes, .Hercules, serpetines, etc. See these izlLKSl SILXSl trim-ming- s. ? SfjRm 1 rr'l im New-Orlean- s r ' T3est Line to carriages is unsurpassed for beauty, style, durability and general superiority, and we are selling them at prices that will surpriseyou, qualit' considered. John Donelsqn. Collarettes.1 Nowhere else will you find more novelties than here. We haveall the new TaifetaS in PlaiiU, Stripesr Qheck.s omhre ellects and i!ai:i all ar t'eau-tie- s. f2 hll(Wk' vJL. f ARKANS:ATEXxS, East Toledo, O., a writes to the Pe-ru-- Medicine Co.: kle AJS'D I'Kaati I A e St- AH druggtet4 sell Del Mlk' Pals Pills. f 5 '? .' - .;d $ if oq ."jr.. boy livitig in the Wh'ite'Hall, U.n. uesirS tfc a.' jcrAskimy i locality, vwh6has a " " . u. r - is the best e medicine I ever bad in my house. Pullman ToorUtSleealaK Carjjieaves s through every Thural(iy4,stht Mv children baA a bad cough, and . . San Francisco. ( CfMlItifffffAJJfiBRs tholung fever. I toAskvoar wsev ageni one of them-haor write s 9 cured them all with to Fowlerf TravrtUig. PaisengecAgoat, J. v utotHsyuici-ivyv knowledge of, the. treatment of coughs andfcblds is h Frecf .BouiiiBgi Cfcsir-- ; CftrsLaafeviHe to ' MianpbU and KewCOrlanV t p j- theflrst imporianco.td"parents. This'kBfcwJedgCiis-oneret- j . . " j rt' I i X. U. HANSN,4r WJK. to KLEN free. AllaftterrhArdlseaseeSoccnniD A.fif;P.AiIiwlH9'. Dear Sies: "Te-ru-n- CAJELPORNIA. aai-mn-- Di EajJ can;hav-e latest cut and color ings; also a special lot of fur collarettes direct from the man ufacturer. Sava mone' by buying from us. - taylor made Jackets, A new line of Ladies' I We are also Agmis for UUllblJirWAO irtlltlHJ. - touifr-viU- d ." U-i- 31 li UrSBe--1-'' jl,. ji"-j,S' ti ; -- Dated on ine snares or;Jor scash.;. AjEohiiye Ifsvyfor bu 3'Our , hay .- .!- - re-ru-n- " at & sale.- v. -- i. . 'A-- . .s.? J druggist .fci a Iree PrB-s- a P yr 1 '.a ,t r. ..flfJ ,i .JfTi S"?.t- Aijminfic for tbe year I... jv 11W. . K . ;J. j 1UiX. - y tP ,nfTT xrwt?1& , nra v ij wvmie l"-" SMI "' i a? ajiucuii. hi Street, -Richmond, JBuV,.. " " - li. ten - Q,P. A,i CHWa. li- - . . " - ( T r Bqt HU icinaoia, H);. -- ,NS i" , a '. eg: ! . teli hKi feS.- - ! The Richmond Climax. C . H'OOOS, Associate &ror. WEDNESDAY. DEC. 21, - 189S. PC BUSH KD XVEKY IVKOXttBAT BT The Climax Printing PKICE P1SR tr YEAR, Co. $1.50. n ANNOUNCEMENT FOR AUDITOR. We are authorized to announce JOHN B. CHUNAULT, of Madison county, a candidate for the office of State Auditor, subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention. K- - I I .. 6 a re Hi. . Mr. Clay Arnold, of Garrard, and Mr. LaRue Duerson were married at the home of the bride Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock The ceremony was performed by Rev. Claik, of the Methodist church, 'lhe attendants were Mibs Minnie Arnold and Hugh Mason. Danville. Immediately after the ceiemony the AVi: henrtilv endorse the work of Miss Florrie Chenault is at home couple left for the home of the groom's Prof. Dodze and others ottlerea college from ColmnblIS ohio father, Mr. Robert Duerson. near Richin holding Colored Farmers Iutitutes Mr. J. M. Rilfe visited a sick brother mond, where, for the present they will in their section. The next will be held at reside, and where a handsome recepCincinnati last week. Dec. SI, at 1 p. in., and tonics of interMr. A. B. Patrick and family have tion was given them. Mr. H. W Maest to the colored race along agricu'tu-ra- l son was best man and Miss Minnie Arlines will be discussed by represen- gone to Auhumdale, Fla. nold Ovvings, of Mt. Sterling, Miss Hattie tative colored men. In this connection we commend to all the words of Booker is visiting Mrs. J. M. Poyntz. T. Washington, the greatest man his Miss Kate McAfee, of Winchester, race has produced, who promises to be visited Mrs. Jas. Cosby last week y Wai kei:. Mrs. Edward Gunby, the Moses of his people. It would be Mr. George Taylor and sister, Miss Miss Katie Walker, daughter of dilhcult to crowd more wisdom into so Florence, are visiting friends at Berea. Jason Walker, deceased, died in Kew small ji space, as the following: Miss Xannette Heath is visiting her York last week and was buried in this "To mr iiuiul the past and present teach but one lesson to the negro's sister, Mrs. Albert Severance at Stan- city Saturday. friends and to thenegro himself that ford. Moberley. On Saturday, Decemthere is hut one wayout, that is for the Miss Susie Maupin, of Richmond, is ber 17. Squire Moberley, aged 08 years, negro in even part of America to Ruthton. this county, ol dropsey. Defrom henceforth that he will visiting her sister, Mrs. Joseph ceased was a member of the Baptist Miss Hester Covington returns to- church and a respected citizen. He morrow from a six week's stay in Jessa- leaves a wife and six sons whom the community deeply sympathize with. mine. i! Mr. I. C. Wines, our popular Main BROADDUb. W. F. Broaddus, age 71, street druggist, is quite ill w ith malarial died near College Hill last Wednesday, Ky. and was buried Friday in the Martin Li fever. Mr. W. B. Cosby left on Monday for burying ground ner Waco, sen ices beAlbany, Ga., the great Southern mule ing conducted by Elder J. W. Harding. Deceased, who was an uncle of market. Mrs. N. B Deathcrage, was a highly Dr. R. Goldstein, the noted optician, lespected citizen, and leaves widow. a of louisville, will beat the Glyndon Hauiier Last Wednesday morning, Hotel about 5 o'clock, Stephen Franklin Har-bMiss Estill Walker, who is attending died, after several months illness of Chicago University, will spend the Brights disease. His condition had holidays at home. given rise to no very serious apprehenOne of our man beauMrs. Mattic Alverson and daughter, sions, his death was iu the nature of tiful gifts Rich in Miss Rose, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. surprise and shock to the community.a M. Alverson at Stanford. Quality, Stj'le and He was about 74 years of age, highly Beauly-B- ut of all, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Hagan and daugh- respected, wealthy, and influential iu best n at Very Low Prices. ter, attended the wed- the community. He leaves a widow, his second wife, and one daughter. ding last Wednesday at Corbin. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scott, of Albany, Mrs. W.. C. French, of this county. At X. Y have returned homo after a visit Deceased was a brother of Messrs. of Red House, and M. M. Har to Mr. and Mrs. J. Stone Walker. ber of Richmond, and Mrs. Harvey During the next three weeks City Attorney Jackson will spend of every ellort will be called forth Christmas funeral, at Campbellsville, with his Cobb, was Red Hous. The was conto meet the demands of this which largely attended, Holidiy time. We have made mother and brother, Prof. W. M. Jack- ducted by Rev. W. F. LWyatt, followed grat preparations and can son. by interment in the Richmond cemeHbsure you of the most satisMrs. It. C. Head, nee Miss Lula tery. In their sorrow the stricken relafactory service prompt, speedy Roberts, of Owenton, is visiting and accurate. tives have the sympathy of many It. C. H. Covington and J. D. friends. .hit the giver si purse and the re- Clark. Hume. Death has rarely claimed a "?TSSGTVs Mrs. J. F. Oldham and daughter, child cipient's needs. here.whose taking away left a little Miss Mary, accompanied by Mr. greater void than when little Curtis Percy Tevis, are visiting relatives in Hume, daughter of Curtis Faj ette. Hume, deceased, closed its ejes in the Mr. and Mrs. James Couch man, of dreamless sleep that knows no waking Fajette, were over last week to see until the resurrection morn. She waB their son, Robert, who had his leg the idol of her young widowed mothOur full assortment displaced. broken a few dajs before. er's heart, the jcy of her fond grandCopley Prints in dark frames, from Mrs. C. C. Smith and daughters, parents, ever the central figure in tho 1.50. .', 52.50, S3 and up. Water colors at all prices. S3, S4 and Misses Mary Spencer and Curralecn, home. She was as beautiful, and bright, and sweet as ever child wa?, So represent the figures on large col- will be the guests of relatives at Winand bado fair to be a source of chester during Christmas week. lections Mr. It. It. Gentry, Jr., and sister, Miss happiness to all. Rut sickness came We can't enumerate here the many and the little blossom faded, the prayers in jnts ot this exhibition. All we ask Mary, spent Sunday in Lexington, the of the devoted family were in vain, you come in and see it. It's for Kuest8 of their father, Mr. R. L. Genis that try. On their return home .Miss Mary and the light of their lives, the treasyon. It's free to everybody. slopped oil at Ford, where she will ure of their hearts, passed from its Leather Chairs and Conches, spend a week with her sister, Miss earthly home to the ono beyond tho stars The funeral occurred on SunFancy Tables, Pearl. day. Revs. Hubert and Smith officiaFancy Rockers, The Madison Junior Social Club ted. The former's matchless sermon will give its nextdanco on Friday, Jan. Desks, Hall Seats, and the latter's incomparably beautiC. It is needless. to say this will be up Quaint Chairs. ful prayer softened th'e suffering about to the standard nnd sustain the club's them and seemed to draw heaven Spend an hour or so in our earned reputation for brilliant social "nearer to hearts that were broken that store this week. events. The floor managers will bo day. The community heard of the Messrs. T. H. Collins. Henry White death with profound sorrow. and Waller Chenault. "46 Cattle For Sale." Last Friday evening, at Barlow's Hall, the new woman was very much I have 40 nice young dehorned steers, iu evidence, being well i) entertainmentthe occasion by tiie a grand ago colored good growthy cattle, aver- prepared Ladies' mn well together.' Willi Aid ecity of th Christian church, iu contract now and deliver Art of FebJAIN;NDgBROADVAY, wlilch nearly all the youag J&dies ot ruary.- CorrefipondenceAolicikMl. ... IiEXIKGTOI Ky. Gt Wetewn secletv teek a mt. From E. C. MoWHOKTKBr McWWrt&v tWl vrySrt Mtott'Sa tk "JFewan'i KetKttcky; iIicUIb -' l maid-of-hono- r. reported that Secretary JJIise, on the Interior Department, will soon resign. We'll lay $5 down nnd count them one by one that his name will be Blister and he will burst, before be David W. Pakkkk. colored, who does anything so reckless. Stanford prints a .Democratic newspaper, the Tribune, at Tuscaloosa, Ala., gives his Journal. reasons for being a Democrat in reEditor Kxott, of the Ixjuisville sponse toa query from an Tost, calls Editor Wattersou, of the soldier. He says: Courier Journal, a financial phlebot-mis- t, ''I am a Democrat because 90 percent, ami now if Editor Wattcrson will of my race work for the whites of the call Editor Knott a politica,ter, nnd South and I believe that there will be a both go and take a drink all will be for- better feeling should both races vote as given. Stantorn Journal. one, because the interest of one is the Why not polccataster? But that's interest of the other. too strong. "I am a Democrat because 1 want my 1898 people to be en good terms w ith the DrniNG all the stirring events of has anjbody heard of the Vice Presi- brain, the power, and the money of the South. I am a Democrat because I dent? Hopkinsville Iventuckian. Yl'i sir, lie is to be judge in a contest want to meet new conditions with new for the best letter bv KiuV under twelve thoughts and ideas. I am a Democrat in the Columbia, ilo.. Herald. Tiie because a majority of the best white latter deserves credit for unuirthing people of the South are DemocraTs and the gentleman. Now, if any backwoods I believe it to be to the best interests of Republican don't like this and will my humble race to take a bold, outtoll ii& what the name of the Vice spoken ttand with the whites of the President is, we will publish Ins name South. They run the courts, own the and an apology most ample. banks', and control the great interests of the Southland. I am with them beTin: peace jubilee h on at Atlanta, cause it is to my best interest. I am a which progressive city is putting on Democrat for practical purposes. Linits bet aii. 1'resideLt McKinloy is coln, Sumner and Blaine are dead; so thoru preaching that sectional lines is the great Republican party of the and sectional feelings are obliterated, past. The party ot Mark Haumi is a while in practice he does everything to political machine to make the rich keep both fresh and fuming, for didn't richer and the poor poorer. lie appoint a Xegro internal ' I am a Democrat because the Demcollector there? Lord, how this world ocrats of the South paid out of their is giving to ing and w hat a liar your Uncle Billy McKinley is Stanford pockets $70,000,000 of the $80,000,000 of money expended for tho public school Journal. and education of my race. "I am a Democrat because the Demo-- 1 McKim.ky ha actually said somepull down the flag." It cratic party is the exponent of the best thing, is a saying, however, yellow with age. principles of the best government on Nevertheless it is contradictory of the earth. I am a Democrat because I be- Piusident's message, that the onlv pur- licveiu liberty and justice and a free pose the U. S. (i. has in Cuba is to es- press "Xovv, Mr. Yankee soldier, 1 have tablish a stable gov ernment and then turn it over to the Cubans which given jou a few reasons why I am a would menu a hauling down of old Democrat I hope you good luck. I guess you draw a pension and expect glory. So there' Can it be right to vou ar a Federal officeholder or a can Mr. Bryan asks: haul down the flag in Cuba and wrong (uiuale. Uoduewitli jou, and let us to haul it down in tiie Philippines thank Him for a reunited country and when a stable government i established let Federal and Confederate, black there? Let us treat the people of the j soldiers and 'negro Democrats' live in Philippine as the President proposes Peace and harmony and all unite in making our common fellow countryto treat the people of Cuba." great objection to acquiring man more intelligent, prosperous and Another the Philippines would be the ejen&e patriotic. "Yours for Democratic success." ofamilitarv siiflicient to govern them. (Jen. Brooke -- avs it will require 53,000 men in Cuba, vv here there appears no danger of an uprising. The island of' - hugr as Cuba and it is but Luzon A looter tlio tooted the flute one of a gronp that numbers more than Tried to teach two joung tooters to toot, a thousand A regular army of 100,000 .Said the tno to the tooter; will be insufficient to hold the rebel"Is it harder to toot or To tutor two tooters to toot?" lions Philippines if o0,000 soldiers are ' Cjnthiana Democrat. required to establish btablc government Miss Bessie Spears in visiting in Lex- in peaceful Cub. The war is over but the t". is to be retained to govern a m ton. Miss Katie Smith is at home from people without their consent. ee It is throw aside every nonessential and cling only to essentials that his pillar of fire by night and pillar of cloud by day shall beproperty, skill, economy, edacation and Christian character. To us just now these are the wheat, all else the chaff." That is the utterance f Booker T. Washington in the city of Brooklyn the same night that the incendiary meeting was held in Cooper's Union by the colored people who follow the teachings of Fred Douglass. In that same speech ProL Washington frankly stated that it was a mistake to enfranchise the negro at the time it was done. He is a great leader, but unfortunately his followers are not numerous. Now, let us urge the negro to prize his suffrage as he would his life, spurn all overtures for its purchase, direct his attention to the acquirement of educa tion and property, and compel the respect of the Caucasian race by virtue and true worth. ' America's Greatest Medicine is Hood's Sarsaparilla, Which absolutely Cures every form of Impure blood, from The pimple on your Mr. Shanks Lands a Good Place-Mr- . Face to the great Scrofula sore which Drains your system. Thousands of people Testify that Hood's Sarsaparilla cures Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Catarrh, Rheumatism, And That Tired Feeling. Remember this And get Hood's And only Hood's. " j 1 nnr 4mne rormiron ni vaaia aavaiaaainr ciinn nil linliti u U.W ikuiuu uufa.a an important position. Mrs. Shipp is one of Scott county's handsomest young matrons, and the place she occupied in the entertainment was peculiarly adapted to her. Geornetown News. Miss Jeanee Felaud will spend Christ mas at home. She has just closed the largest school in Bath county, with appropriate exercises and will have the Reynoldsville school next jear. Miss Feland is an accomplished iustiuctor, who readily imparts her knowledge to ,,er pupils and leads them rapidly in , Age," the house was in a continual uproar of laughter and applause, and the large and refined audience showed their appreciation of the actors' efforts by shower after shower of encores. The principal male chacters were taken by Mr. B.Jf.Hemdon and Masters Church Ford and Owen Ollutt, and to say that all executed their parts with ease and grace would be but mildly complimenting them. In the House ot Itcpreeentathes scene, thp central figure of attraction was Mrs. H C. Shipp,(nee Miss Ferrell, of Richmond ) who acted as Speaker of the House in a manner that would have made Tom Heed so envious that he would hae taken to tho woods, her Part beln eiecuted with the dignity Milo Shanks, pioprietor of he Pantagraph, has been appointed to a lucrative position In the Government Printing Office, at Washington, in recognition of his services to his party by personal efforts and through his newspaper. It is also reported that he will act as private secretary to Congressman Davison until the lattor's term expires, next March. Tho two positions pay handsome salaries, nnd we are glad this deserving young Republican draws them. Mr. Shanks is a' fine printer, industrious, and moral. So long as political parties put premiums upon active service wehave no objection to our friends of the news paper profession thus going up the ladder. But as for ourselves, thero is a charm about the business nnd a sense of duty in performing it that are not enhanced by the hope of levvartl nor diminished by the fear of punishment. "To the victor belong the spoils," is a good war cry fcr the boys m the trenches, but the editor, we believe, should bo so supported by his constituency that his paper may never need to be the tool or opologist of any clique or ring iu politics, to mislead the public for the sake of selfish gam. Tho of this somewhat ideal condition is dependent largely upon tho public, that looks to the paper for news and advice, giving to their newspapers the support they deserve. leali-zation ilK'' 7f f , w viz 1' . VMM (K 7f ................ i m nm f W H S vi! ni: nil: nil: nm A . ............n 1 Are you married? to any particular house, if so get a divorce and buy where you can get the BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY. Come to nry store and convince yourself of the wonderful reduction in "Wraps, Dress GoodSj Underwear, "Wool Hosier', Blankets, Comforts and Notions of all kinds. WAR N CLOTH I mean DON'T FORGET That our line of Men's Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best in the city". I also carry 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 38c. to $5.00. Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50c. x Ladies' Vests, 15e. and up. Ladies' A Hose, 19c. Spool Cotton, lc. and up. 4, 11-w- 1n Worth of Clothins & must be sold by JANUARY 1ST being compelled to 9e ...".., A . V. Stole a Pair ot Gloves Exciting Foot Race and Interesting Trial. r A lOO - Vfird 12 -- ? their studies. i IVI ARRIED. Mr. L L. Prewitt, of Madison, and Miss Anna Prather, of Garrard, were granted license to marry, at Lancaster, last w eek Walden-Ihvim- : John Walden, widely related in Madison, and Miss Lizzie Irvine, formerly of College Hill, were married at Winchester last Wed Pkkwitt-Pkathk- k. j nesday . n. WkllS-Baluwi.- At Lexington, PERSONAL. Wednesday last by Fid. T. Q. Martin, Major Wells, youngest son of Mr. C. T. Wells, of this city, and Miss Lucy Bald-widaughter of Mr Samuel Baldwin, of Red House, and sister of Mr. Robert Baldwin, of Winchester. The voung couple are under twenty j ears of age, the bride being a pretty girl of sixteen. n, i- - i- Jennie Mae Arnold, the handsome daughter of Akvold-Dukrson. Miss j DEATHS forin-erle- ic-sol-ve Wor-tha- CiF.Brower&Co iutox, iC to-da- Remembrance. er -- Hagan-Meisho- h tars-- - Win-Harbe- r, Mr. John Johnson, a farmer of the Berea locality, while down at Potts fc Ducrsou's mill one day last week pulled his gloves off in the office" and stepped into the mill for a few minutes. On his return the gloves were missing, and no one being present but a mulatto, who gave his? name as Tom AVhite, but who is better known as Will Blythe, a "Scacytown" negio, suspicion pointed to his having taken them. Blythe got his grinding shortly and started down the pike home, picturing to himself the comfort of his ill gotten property on a zero morning. Mir. Johnson and Rev. Mr. Hunter, the AVhite Station pastor, also left the mill about the same time, the former going down after his mail, and aftei falling in company with the ncgiojnst before they reached the postofllce, Mr. Johnson asked him about his lost gloves, but the negro replied that he had seen nothing of them. "Well," said Johnson. ' I hate to accuse you of stealing but it looks rather suspicious would you object to my searching jou?" 'Xo sir, 'cons' not," the negro promptly replied. Wheieup. on Mr. Johnson ran his hand into the negro's bosom and out came the gloves. "Hello! what is this," he asked but a fiog having risen in tho negro's through lie was not able to answer. 'Get down off of that horse and go with me," said Johnson. "No, boss, I'se got to take this turn on home, 'cause we's out of meal." "Dunrjour meal, you just come on here," exclaimed Johnson. At these determined remaiks the negro lolled off his horse, but to Johnson's surprise, on the opposite side of tho hotte, and down the pike through the snow, in the direction of Farristown, he went at a 2:40 clip. This didn't bluff Johnson, however, who went in per&uit of him, and after half an hour's chase he came marching back to the postollice, his captive in front of hiin to whereat least a dozen visitors stood waiting with anxious ejes for a good look at the shiveiiug darkey, who, no doubt, was vvi.shing that the earth would opeu aud swallow him up. Mr. Johnson agreed totuin his prisoner over to the crowd and let them decide as to what manner they should dispose of him. Ollio McWilliains being present, as usual, suggested that the case should go into trial, whereupon a jury was summoned. McWilliams and Rev. Hunter were appointed as attorneys, and the case was called. It was such "had stolen a plain case that the the gloves, that testimony was unneces sary, itence the fate of the humble prisoner, who stood under guard of Sheriff Johnson, rested entirely on the strongest aud most elequeut argument of the tno worthy attorneys. McWilliams. being for the defense, made the leading address, and indeed it was a mighty plea for his client's liberty. "Look at the poor shivering prisoner," pleaded McWilliams, "with fingers aching from cold for the want of a cheap pair of gloves ; who would blame him for picking up something to cover his frosty hands when such temptations are set before him? Why, I would have stolen thein myself. Doubtless he thought that Mr. Johnson, observing his need of gloves, left them there for him. But gentlemen," continued McWilliams, "admitting that my client is guilty, you luust remember that stealing at mills is not considered a crime. Therefore, I insist that the prisoner is innocent of a crime and you should give him his liberty and the gloves!" Attorney Hunter, for the Commonwealth, attempted to answer Attorney McWilliams, claiming, that as it was an abvajus fact the negro had stolen the gloves it would be encouraging roguery to turn him loose without punbment, aud he should by ail means be sent to jail, or given 21 hours in Hob Potts' mill pond. But the jury considered McWilliams last point buflicient to clear the negro ane voted unanimous ly to send him home. Moral: Stealing at a mill is not a punishable off euse. ut-gro ee1 ?. Handkerchiefs, lc. and up. . Perfume Soap, 5e. a box and up. Brown Cotton, Sic. per yard. Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. Overcoats, $2.50 and up. Yards Snnnl Rillr., nn . L Lace, 5c. Always watch for my advertisement, I can save yon money. remove to my new store house on Main Street next door to Jno, G. Taylor's, I have concluded to remove as few goods as possible, and in order to sell sanio we will close out our stock at osi and Less Than Cost ! fv ajvi aes Stages. 0WEN Cor. Main and 1st Sts. McKEE, Richmond, Ivy. Here are a few of Hgsjw ass; yi. J BfeieieB to the methods emplojed to bring a'jout the result, without discuss-iuthe mooted question of the legality of the combined vote of the three districts. On the side of temperance I found all the ministers, both white and colored, and the mothers, and tne wives, and the fathers, from whose' hmrtb have been wrung ciiesof an- -' gnish over sons, and brothers, and bus bands who were allured to their ruin by the splendid glamour of the open saloon, where nine cjees out of ten, the fir&t&tep in their downward career was taken. On the other hand I found the men with whom I have no quarrel, leading their fight, for it is to them a livelihood, and a liberty they t ad a legal right to protect, promote, and foster. Hack of them I found m.iny men of many minds but no mother or wives. Politicians were with them, the majority of the council were with them, church membeis, prominent lawyers, bankers, merchants, and otheis. This was the strong alliance tlfat had to be oveicome at the polls. Free whiskey and beer, and inoucy, 'tis said, were ussd to perpetuate a condition !Novv, g wmm ;?Z2S s a 6aS8atttMMltMtMMtlMIIMc. -- i &k$ SIS d the prices !;5 Mi . -- k:-coi- is k l:! era, equally honest and respectable as any who voted for local option, opposed the abridgement of liberty, as they y. viewed the intent of local option. "?Have I not stated the case fairly ? d 'L Boy's Suits at your own price. - j? mi 4 .............;;i:;;z;;2.t m :.. 9 ra ..0a Children's Suits at 50c and up. Stetson's I ft U 1 JUI II I I "Underwear at anv 85.00 Hats at 83.50. S Mwi Up I I '. 9 price to close out. Gloves of all kinds too OS o. a On and after January 1st, 1809, our 0 cheap to mention. to9 terms will be 99 ......... m m H -- -- - ::. iiii m O - STORE! "- CO" - '. cc SPOT-CASH- !" OS Ce. . 0-- 9.. ). . We have attempted to run our business by collecting our accounts the first of each month, but have been unable to collect them all promptlv. e are therefore compelled to sell for CASH tbat we may pay cash forourgoods, and will endeavor to make it to tho interest of the trade to do business with us. We have a nice line of Staple aai Fancy Groceries, Quceas'ware and Glassware, &c. Give us a call, examine our stock and get prices. Goods exchanged for country produce t3$M Ik Litest t;k Off and see us before you buy o0 ..00 0 as we will guarantee to save you money at 0 0 as 90 0 -jg-iCall 9 09 9 00 Mi v . r. i J .1 y M is 0! '00 '00 O0 O0 00 0 00 00 O0 00 00 00 00 00 OO J I jso o fi pin rrrD'P Ky- . t in debt. .. 'lhe friends of temperance spent ijl4:i. ilefrajing tho expeiioo incurred by ) twice calling for an election, paying WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, KY. for ballots, transporting speakers over the county, adveitising and nothing a " moie! Behind them, or rather lead iug, ve were the ministers, and tho wives, whose prayers to Almighty God went up day and niht for the triumph of the reform. On Satin day when the polls opened, a score or more of ladies assembled at the Christian church and remained at prayer until the sun sank through the roseate clouds to rest behind the western wave. Jolly Christmas to all, I am informed that the saloonists will contest the legal itv of tho vote in young, large and small, the thiee districts of Fdhston, Union and Richmond. That in all right, for Enjoy the dainties when you call there seeuis to be doubt about that many minds If tho election matter in Give freely to the dear ones, at home, is not perfectly just to the saloonists I do not wish it" to succeed. There is no Invite your friends, so you be not alone; hope for the success of any unless public sentiment is back of it, nnd LJnfold the xackages, "so well known" I for one, want to see local option fail lv: INew Confections you have bought from Joe carried aud ftirly tested, as it is iu (Danville and elsewhere. I trust if it is Crowd upon the tables and the floor, beaten iu the futuie, it will be beaten in the manner in which it triumphed Have all the dear ones, happy once more this time by the unpurchased, mi trampled bulfrage of the sovereign I have the best that money can buy, voters. It is to these I respectfully Guaranteed in quality and "that's no ;" dedicate these remarkn, with an imitation to debate the question in public Look at the display, and then you will sigh or discuss it in print with any citizen who has the moral welfare of our com In vain you may tease that dear Santa Glaus' O. E Woods munity at heart. ST0,000 that has been in ojwration for fifteen wars and which linds our city over SO. t)a.. 0a.. HIGGINS s.. ;:.. ,.&.. ELLIS, mmmmmu "O0 00 .....;..;;;; o aoaooooooooooooooooooooooooooo9 It .;;9 00 First Str&&t9 Richmond, A )g 5 JIKATIM. STOVF:-,- . MOST Sounds Just L,ike Joe Old, If p -- HEN EGGS LOOK ALIKE But, O What a Difference in The Taste ! Some stoves slightly resemble the GO TO THE- - Radiant . English Kitchen, 12 W. Short St., Lexington, Ky. Regular meals 25 cents. Lodging 25 cents. Most convenient and centrally located liotel in the city. Fine equipped bar in connection. J. "W. MASTEES, Proprietor. Home , i After once eeing how complete our invoice Now offered, in a most grateful voice, I'm your friend, Joe, and I rejoice! choice, Edicata FOR A A Former Richmond Physician Falls Heir to a Fortune. ;ood k ji !Sr-.ii.-r. ji'slnBiisIness, :.o;iography, TypG-Wnt- Situation. AirBlast. the dawninjr, If it is not a Radiant Home, mjr mm j w.tc1 i7jzzx& j, wiftsf&s?&csx tmmr rtv , .eiegrapDj I How Local Option or "No Li- cense" Triumphed. Recogni7ing the fact tbntnot all the wisdom, nor the piety, nor the patriotism of our community are reposed in those who battled for the abolition pf saloqns, it is a delicate task Hint besets a speaker or writer who would fairly discuss the causes and effects of the vote for local option last Saturday week. Those who voted for it were anima ted by n desire to minimize the evil of drink, and to remove from vounu men the temptation that the open saloons alford. They did not consider tho revenue of 87,000 a compensation for the debauchery oi even one mother's son. On the other hand, good citizens contended that as men will diink, we migntas welt regulate the traffic and profit legally by its sale, as under local option whiskey could bo bought, men made drunk, and the city would lose the revenue of $1,000 per saloon Oth- AvVuiUCU Mes-dam- $J3!B3a - four-year-o- ld .- life-lon- g Highest Honors World's Fair w CREAM BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE." A puf Grape Cream fcww AsKuocna, Alum C.F.Bmwer&Co fH-T- Z 060-poun- vmm ar ', -- I 5 "' V a TA8 -j Povvikrl Fnt or fjy othor aduHwsf. TW ffAJWAltt.- : - OT fortune tbat lately befoll m Dr. W. Jt. Aslie, formerly of tins place, The id Madison county who Vnow 3$y r CCICHTtD V is of peculiar interest to our citizens. (lnctlOn.29.99D personsIwnnn trim liflenntmailxm JOE will recognize him by this original. nro- .Th nthpr Yfria au i He lias many friends here, and patients mvi: iw .i.:;,".Vi:".v.r,".vrt'".'"u',u Restau ranterki and good GENERAL W.R.SMITH, who have iu recent jears been (success- fellow in Kentucky, Eds. Climax. fully treated in the jreat Sanatorium, LSXIWCTOUy KY., Tot drcclar of Ms faaous an J rcsponstt!9 at Lebanon, Ohio, of which until re- phsiciau. cultured gentleman, and cently, our fiiend was Oljief House loyal itiend, Dr. COMMERCIAL COLLEGE GF KY. UHIVERSITY Walter Rnflln Ashe. Phj biclan jlctlnl at World's Exposition. We lecatlour first nieetiii!r Dr J. L. Stephens. President ol the with r.cfers to tbonFar-- ' of prti:-- t in ponitlnn. this distinguished physician Cost or Pull Ituslnru Cocrsc. includlDg TuiMaplewood bauaiorium, a man of Nathen just out of a medical college. It tion, lots csil lrfjarJ la about (jO. tional leputation and an es burgeon in Shcrthisd,Typ'V7rJag, ad Te'egraphy, Specialties. Winchester depot, the U. b. Army, died on Nov. SO, and was at the were changing canwhere C3Tli Kcninrtr 0nlwrt i:y Diploma, ander seal, for awardeJ crirtiiaie Literary Uourse free. If desired. as a testimonial of his confidence and passengers Ao vacation, nternnn--. Grndaatra tnccessf nU in Dr. Ashe bequeathed to Klclimoud. late ono evening in 18SS interest Jn order to artf vvnr i'Urrs reacn iu, addrut only That always grac'ous fiiend, Mrs. T. the latter a half interest in the Sanato- J. Taylor, deceased, GEHEEAL MOLBOB 2. SMITH. Lexlnstoayl XoU. K'Vtsrkv rmtrrrntu rntawrrm. ,fO, and ria in and all the property connected her escort, Dr. Ashe introduced us to had nearly Ivw tituirxU tu iuettt,ahce lutf and his excellent with it, which is Very valuable, having nov!6-Jaddress and personal magnetism im- an incorporated capital of 5100,000. Dr Ashe has been elected both President ineciia'eiy won our esteem that ripened into admiration aud Medical Superintendent, and his ns wo oecamo and strong friendship Detter acquainted with Ilichuiond triendswill rejoice tolearu of We are now receiving all hia good fortune, inasmuch us his the man. Physically he was a giant in strength, thouch. not so in statute, but medical career was begun in this city. unco of the new things in mould- A dark iron gray horse, "it is glorious to liaveA giant's old, about 14 Walter Rutfin Ashe was born in high, ings in ebon3', mahog-ny- ; handsat theheavy mane and tall, came to my W.cdesboro, N C, May 30, 1SG6, and Strength, but tyrannous to uso it," he farm mouth of Red Itiver. Madison was in oak, and other woods. county, on September 10th. 'Owner can have was graduated with honors by the as the all thnuis as gentle aud refined best bred by and panne charges Medical Department of the University sunny Southland, native of his owo Picture mats-whi- te, on him. black same proving: property ROBT. PARKER, lie was the Jul ol the Oity of New York, in March 18S8. Doylesville, Ky. and more than fiftyshades Shortly thereafter li" located in Rich- liest of companions, could tell a story better than its author, and never lacked with Dr. T. J. mond, in and colorSi in velvet, felt laylor, one of the lending phjbicians for auditors for ho was the most in and smooth hand tints, For teresting and companionable of men. of this city. Dr. Aslio soon exhibited Privately ! With and other picture framing such learning and adaptability for his perate,a strong body, a flue mind, temmoral, studious, iUs no wonder piofesMoii and was so ambitious to acmaterials for the Holiday lie met quire the lin est possible education andhas is our with such signal 'success, Trade, which we will twill offer Tor sale privately it sincere hope that "his lito therefor, that he went to New York mavbe make up and offer at our Lot situated on the corner ofmy Honso and Cny ami there succetsfully passed n qualities distinguished for thosolnooie North and 7th of which his earlier yeftrs 8treets, hack R Burnam's property. competitive examination for a Hospital gave such usual low prices. 100 The housp has of A. rooms, (rood cistern, sta" seven rich promises. appointment. For three years ho was ble and the genuine Etchings; 100 se- contains other necessary outbuilding: will lot 0. E. W. oil the Medical Stan of several metroabout SOxSO feet. The price b Ihcbrnond, Ky. politan hospitals, which, of itself, is lect 3'ard Pictures, all reasonable for earn. WILLIAM ENGLISH, testimony sufficient to Ins cxtraordi different subjects. nort-t- f Richmond, Ky. nry abilities. In 1892 he was appointHow's Tins? . of the lamous ed Medical Director We offer One Hundred Dollars ReMaplewood Sanatorium, at Lebanon, O.. near Cincinnati, which position he ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure. filled with distinguished success. J. The Sanatorium makes a specialty of P We,Cheney &'Co., Props., Toledo, 0. tho uudersigned, have known OV KKOirs DlSEAHhS AS1 THEATMHM" glass backing and wire F J Cheney for the last and IIABITUES, believe him perfectly honorable iu all to hang, 8x10, 25c. Por- Swtining members of the tarmtr firm of and itislloinga great and good work. business transactions, and" financially Bafeae & Co. (EtUbllihed oTcrhalfs centarri trait size, 16x20, $1 to TUis year they have patients from near- able to carry our any obligation made ly every State In the Union, and also by their Ann. $1.50. you want pick KAVE OPENED THEIR NEW STORE from Cannda, Cuba," and Central West&Tiuux, WhoIesaleDruggists, and choice of this select At Vo3. 37 and ?9 L Fourth iUtmL America, Toledo, O. Waltino, Kinxak & line of goods call, early: Wharo Btayba found o.Spla&dM Assortment of Tliisisin no wiso an advertisement visrVwhol. sale Drujrgists,. Toledo, Mar. O. of the institution but a kindly and deHall's Catarrh Cure is taken interPolite" attention, prompt served, though brief narrative of the nally, acting directly upon the blood WftT6ftESr DffUlONDS, . and efficient service eruar-- , successful career of a much esteemed and mucous sarfaces of the, system. r l JEWELRY, SiLYERWME. friend Nevertheless, the facts narrat- Price 75c. per bottlo. Sold by all Drugteed. ed abundantly "warrant tho hope and gistsTestimonials free. ; FINE STflTIORERy; ETC. recommendation, tbHtwheuever beneIlall'ti family Pills are the best, lm fits conferred bvva Sanatorium are reWtrilIavifetoai. CxYh Cudumi Dits quired by any of ourrcaders, and they - ssp. if't Easbotsei Statiory, 4 are determiuecHoseek these wonderful JS 3 curative ageucfes, thev will nlacejtliem' J t? selves under tlie 'care "of Maplewood r j "t Sanatorium, always a lesdingiusiitu- -- H. a -- VVe"areaartectHr liilllmt.nomuitoLm hpix pfnrlh .oAAvil " - DUHMK SftOS. CO., A .. .i.-... r Ur : rW.ltt i.u uttnoei iv ua uj.i cwuum ui .i. pfnswuce. jj iuc BWMK:tli'Mllkt Jnv -- fW ITSWMPr BQI MMFtMlllf 9tf WMi WW mg. mmammr Slkt. K&ktehMtd every' The VSwk nl "y iJ .jf'i. . IJSfeV An-snlc- But. O what a difference in the morning-Then comes repentance with , Picture satisfaction has not come, And icicles adorn your dwell- - .ir, In the morning. Framing! w Estray Notice! -- dec7-4- li avames NEW STORE rs, IME If .it UKPRcctci-- n Meat, Hi ioa rii v Econouy, Radiant lone p.o StaaX. LOST ? flaw " . . :.1 t. 4.- -- at i mens, - -- .RTW-nP- & If m ! . y s,!?2 bl 5" r. C3, V n K! 1 iS' fes' n - '1 iitJ-as' -- - fP 4 X -v Richmond. V -- j. - -- - .jitvV & K s "SS1 ' -4-r HEOLIID.A.Y ZtTTTMBIEER,, 189JB, RICHMOND CLIMAX - .':! 9 s!MmA ""sSL ' 2 . iiWilr ' - Nh?'- - Kmv --1 . flirt jrm Q' M "' dm(lf"-- ' ''?pWfeKf V ltr-V-- ::'-:.::--. . .'...I X ?iS?& ; ' V.5j--c- i fcx .4" CHRISTMAS' C0AVE5. BUT ONCE A YEAR yo i.Ety' BE. MERY WHILE '1X' HERg sg ' 22ygi .ty- - ."... " ?Sf : fe. 't. I for Bale Hrj, Corn, and itrtxja'Airyvut'imw umur aganiSnvr'JiriWvniaiiciiarKeti ats.'taiid rape.ifcoaliuitted .'on witli t"? J.;i llVilHUU"!1 caustu'-.Acii- sjj in.the-lno'o- wnnwiwii' 'iFIre!hThdNew Bank Building.j&'' i 'latpfl iTiivorir'ioiiitR lm accumu-- i , lvfj " fenLviTtln'a.wi.i't'.. c- -; r f ci'tiViUetore His publiu b sr9 " -r- - 5 " ' , fen HB" iMres? twBwMwmrmi 5 The public is cordially invited to visit my store and examine the stock: of incomparable line of HGLIDAY GOODS. Never has there been displayed in this city a more complete line. A Christmas present that will be apprhciatad can be found here. We carry everys jewelry store. thing required of a DIAMONDS Set and loose stones, ready for mounting Rings of every description, Holloware, solid gold Gold Pens, finest Cut Glass, Damask, fancy Lamps,, silver-plateof novelties in Gold and Sterling Silver, and hunjewelrv, solid Silvevware,Tmd all kinds dreds of other things. Presents for the most fastidious. Our Watches are the latest. We get them as fast as they appear on the market. I sell no imftations. In fact no goods are We can do too good for us to sell. Try us. Come in and look, and let us get acquainted. first-clasd ss' &, ?' t r 7 t " vou good. No. 28 Second IF. J". "Ta---Cf- , Street. h . , ., . . . f If .g?.3 Christmas Eyc in Dixie. AXTA CLAUS, dear friend of child hood and comforter of old age, well as he baa been Known for a long time in the north, still is a comparative fclrangerinlhesouth. Nevertheless", his spirit dwells in Dixie land, and the poor of thit re- g'on have ample cause for remembering w ith gratitude every 2oth of December. 1 he ar tist who designed the headpiece for our Christmas page presents a tj pic.il southern scene. Uncle Zeb, with the peculiar energy of his race, has not waited for Santa Clans to call on him, but early on Christmas cv e has started out with a basket to collect offerings from "ole missus" and other white f I iends. The plethoric condition of the basket and his Iiappj black f.uo bc.ir testimony that his qne--t has been a successful one and that he can At Christmas plaj, and make good cheer, Tor Cnrlstmas comes but once a jtar ' n.rvu w jgiQp ( jSgS Morr. t J ' Brent was connected with the firm of Hudson & Shipley, brokers, but not in a very important capacity. John Hudson knew the joung man's worth and had thought seriously of promoting him, for ho had noticed the ties that existed between him and Norah; but the joung man's enlistment had spoiled all that. He simply said to the would-b- e hero that if he wanted to go he could have his desk-bac-k "after the war," shook hands with him, and, entirely unconcerned, saw the regiment march away, while the whole city went wild over its departure. That was John Bmnt all over nothing moved him. Just about that time Williams Otho Williams a man of maturer jears than Brent, came, upon the field of action. He wa6 a thorough business man, shrewd and not entirely scrupulous in his dealings when money was the object, but John Hudson did not particularly object to this. In Norah's heart there was a sorrow when the bovs went away. She had plighted her toth with Brent, and he told her laughingly that Christmas w ould see him back, for the war would end by that time, and they could plan for a happy future. Soon after the regiment marched came KW man of 50, looked askance at the person he addressed, a young girl who stood at the bay window, apparently intent ou watching the large flakes that came airily down and whitened the ground before the house which had been her home since birth. A rich fire was burning at one end of the room and threw its light over her supple figure, and the clock which had ticked more than one generation of Hudsons in and out ot the world still bent its musical tones throughout the room There tvas a strain of sadness in the man's cice, but in the girl's there was hopefulness, not unmixed with a little sorrow. "Why, papa," she suddenlj resumed, as she turned, "he said he would be here Christmas. You know Arnold never broke his promises." "But the war, child! We know he went iiito the battle of Santiago nothing more." "I know," was the answer. "We all know that, papa, ltut there is the promise the pledge." "He did not seem to count the uncertainties of battle. That is it, 2ornh. Accks and months have passed, and we have done everything to raise our hopes. The result has been terribly disappointing." "Tcrnblj!" echoed the jounggirl. She crossed the room and took a scat at the piano. As her fingers swept tho white kcjs John Hudson turned his face away and looked abstractedly into the glowing fire. It was a plaintive ballad the gill plajcd, and it filled the old room with sadness, as it were. She was not interrupted, but continued till the last stanza had been heard, v hen she rose, and, bidding her father good night, walked quietly awa. 6aid John Hudson. "It's woman's-way,- " "I guess I will have to put up with it. That's w hat bothers me. There's Williams, as good a catch as there is in the market. Suits me to a dot, and I could make room fcr him in the firm. Will be here - JJ 7 7"0U are waiting jet, Norah'" "Waiting? Why not" The first speaker, a handsomo. -- viivv r -- jMfti A TOtT ARE WAITIHG y TET, H0RAH?" there'shis telegram on the table. And Norah doesn't know it. She's like her mother was; she won't cross me. By Jove! she knows bttter." and shall expect to have matter settled. "WILLIAMS." Perhaps he read it more than once, but only one time aloud. It seemed to please him, for he smiled as he laid it down. "Of course," said he, "Williams is a little elder than Korah, but that don't cut any figure. Girls nowadays like their seniors. She'll like him, too when she knows him better." Then he thought of a young man who at the first call for volunteers in the Spanish war came to him and said he had decided to &o. Arnold Brent, always brave, handsome and somewhat impulsive, thought his country needed him, and he had kept his word "with 4 friend that he would enlist. He reached oer and picked the telegram from the table and adjusted his glasses. Then he read aloud: "John Hudson: Will come or 10:40 train "Yes, Mr. WUliams." We wish to say to the people of Richmond and Madison countj- - and all "I d d not know" other counties, that we now have a fine line of Staple and Fancj Groceries "I hardly thought it necessary to tell which we desire to furnish to our friends. We have Foreign and Domesjou," interrupted Hudson. "Ilia telegram is ljing on the table jondcr. He comes for tic Canned Goods, such as Olives, Olive Oil, French Peas, Champigous, our answ er, j ou know." Peaches, Pears, Apricots, Pineapples, Tomatoes, Corn, &e. "For what answer!" Perhaps Norah dreaded the worst, for she FRIED FRUITS California Evaporated Peaches, Peeled Peaches UTPRECEDENTED-Lseemed to shrink within herself. Her face C IE A P, Evaporated and Sun Dried Apples, California and Oregon paled u little and her hand fell suddenly Prunes. Layer Raisins, Seedless Raisins, Cleaned Currants, Citron, from her father's shoulder. "He has come for his wife," continued Mixed Nuts, Oatmeal, Hominy, Beans, &c. John Hudson, in tones which appeared to Try our Maple S3'rup. We also have a nice line of China, Queensware and Glassware. fell how bitterly he could strike the fair Call and examine our stock, we will take pleasure in showing goods goods whether 'you creature before him. "For me?" buy or not. HIGGINS & ELLIS. "Come, don't faint now You must have suspected it for weeks. Be a true Hudson, a well as love in this girl. There's The R N I. & B Again transaction. I take him into the firm, make him partner, jou sec, and the profits will . Frulfij'o Co. trier J iirnal li s the iu'. L thus i cm nu in the fanulj." ?What did Norah care for all this? What lowing corcerning the recent purclmbe W Vt I. B railroad, v I1i.l1 is of if the It. w as the man out there to her, w hose heart had been so long at Santiago? jK?tial interest to our readers: She did not answer her father, but turned "Mr. W. J. IJi.ljiid of the firm of toward the door and waited. dacDonc'.l Bolaml & Thompson, bsr- "It's Williams; I know it!" exclaimed of Toronto, is in the city in Hudson. "Come, brighten up, Norah. I Santiago. the interest f the Canadian anil LivThrown into the fi on tin the charge upon erpool interests which bought out the San Juan hill, the th was terribly deciUichmoutl, NiclioIiis,vilIe, It vine and mated. The bojs were in the open, the BeuUjvillc railroad. Mehbis. Jlagai.n JIauscrs in the bushes At first meager reports of the battle; nd Fiaser, two members of ihe syndistones of the gallant charge of the th, cate which purchased the road at the but very little about the death roll, though last sale, will airive in the city today it was said to have been large. and the $50,000 snptrsedas bond The city waited; hearts grew sick as days rolled by without much additional news. befoie an appeal Can be taken Jolly (hritinas to all. Norah Hudson was not the only one who will be furnished the couit either towaited under the strain. As for her father, Old, young, lare and small, B. day or to morrow. The II. N. I. he thought but little of Brent; stocks were Enjoy the dainties when you call rising and falling, and this interested him road will not be bold on December .'!rd, more than news of battle and death. Give freely to the dear ones, at home, you can rest assured,' said Mr. Bolaml At last came the most terrible of all tidInvite your friends, go jou be not alone; at the Louisville Hotel last night. 'We ings, for there is something more terribl Unfold tho packages, o well kxovvx" 01 will furnish the bond than death on the battlefield. Ni:w co.meitioxs you have bought from Joe Arnold Brent nis missing! Comrades next day. It is a peculiar condition knew that he had gone into the battle; Croud upon the tablts and the floor. which reipiires us lo give a SoO.CCO they had seen him charging up the hill; they Hac all the dear ones happy, once more bond when we have already paid in had seen him in the foremost rank, but he I have the best that money can buy, 100,000 on the purchase money. Wo had not answered to roll call. There had been but few mi'smg, very few; but Brent Cunranteed in qnahtv and "that's no ;" could jiivp a bond of S30 000 in cash, was among these. Look at the display, and then you will sig- hbut we already have $00.CO0 tied up in Then came the waiting, the days of painIn vain vou may tease that dear Santa Claun' choice. ctoes not rieou-iiiz- e court which the court ful hope while the army and navy were After once seiiug how complete our invoice and v. do nut feel like payin in vinning v ictones on other fields and at sea. John Hudson's face assumed a merrier a Now olfered, in a most grateful voice, SjO.OOO more iiTTp'sh to yet " per lent. "IT IS ARJ10I.DI" pect. He whistled more. He received WilI'm your friend Joe, and I rejoice! on it when wo can invest the liams with more cordiahtv whenever he have arranged everj thing. There vv ill be a perhaps came to town, took him home and made bridal trip to the continent if Williams can money ponding the settlement of the things pleasant there for him. It was all spare the time, and " suit and make 10 or 15 per cent. 011 it. for a purpose which the oung girl's heart The broker cut his own sentence in two, We are prepared to iivo ten times $50,-0T- 0 The 29,509 persons in Madison county who know JOE will recognize him by thN original proctsilv guessed d for there were strange noises on ihe not met him should co JOE'S and The other person and hoi. (I if iieceft-ary- , though, and will duction. verdict unanimous who has is the best Confectioner, toHestauranter tret acnnaicted good and make the that he porch. The summer of victories faded and tho I Eds. Climax. John Hudson, half way across the room show those who have como into court fellow in Kentucky, rutumn came. The leaves turned to gold rnd then gave place to the garb of winter. to welcome hu guest, stood still like i per-to- n Htid intern rod wiih the transfer of the suddenlj- - rooted to the floor. The regiment had been sent back, or what j.mperty that if vve do not get the propwas left of it, and Xorah had iuetioncil "Shall I knock, lieutenant?" said a voice erty at the pi ice we paid for it they just bejond the door those who took part in the historic charge - r will not pet it fot .1 sood long time, cer'I hey pave her but little cncomngcnicnt. "No; I've found the door now, thanks." Still, with woman's love and tnit. the "And it's a better charge than the one tainly. It appears to me that the par-- ..v fair g rl waited. It was in her nature to we made at San Juan." ties who have cuinc in and made an Some one laughed. not hi pronme that he would wait, for John Hudson looked at his child, over additional hid are doing it with the Cwine Christmas still good our syndicate, which John Hudson, sitting IWore his fircnlacc vbos: fate lnd come a singular look, and hope of that ( hnstims night, with the telegram m caught her eve. ha put about $0,000 in timber lands his hand, thought he saw the fruition of "It doc-- n t seem tcbe Williams, after all," tapped 'jy the It. X I & 15. To one cherished hopes. he said, tetilj "I can't have soldier here Williams would soon bo there, and even tonight, child, and, besides, jou must not had the nerve to bid for the road until ns the broker read he listened for the be irritated bj- - their stories of the war." it became know n that we had puiebased founds of the carriage on the whitened But Norah Hudson did r"t hear the last the timber land. It uasafur we pur words. Her hand was at the knob; she tore drive chased the (imber laud that vve boujjlit "Slie won't hold back anv longer," said the door open and uttered a sharp crj "Hang it al , it is not Williams," growled the railroad. We took. the railroad behe. "Why, her mother alwajs knuckled under to me. I've been master here for jcar9, John Hudson. "It's another report from cause we wanted an outlet for our timCuba." and Norah knows that." ber. We have no fear for the outcome "It is Arnold!" was the response, and He stopped rather suddenlj, for the door Wo have already made a then the broker saw his daughter in some of our suit. behind him opened, and he turned his ten tat he. con trait for baiges and if the one's arms. startled face thither. He walked over to the table and snatched road does pass out of our iiaiul-"- , we will Norah stood regally in tho doorway, her To the entire community we extend cordial and earnest handsome figure revealed by the soft light, i'P the telegram. His face grew' dark and have other means of handling the tin.-ber- ." the net moment he had hurled the teleand looking straight at him. invitation to visit our store, where is dispkryed as large a "I I thought jou had retired, child," gram into the fire. stock of groceries as can be found in this city. "I am a long time keeping my promise," said John Hudson, stammrringly, for he had spoken aloud, and wondered if Norah had le heard avoicesay. "I have been delirious; o 1 even lost my name in the wilds of Cuba. I heard. have been the inmate of a Cuban hut back "Bless jou, no, papa! This is the night he of Santiago for months, till I finallj- - came was to come." B o Such as Apples. Pears, Oranges, Bananas, Grapes, etc., in back to mjself. I am Arnold Brent, one of A frown darkened .John Hudson's brow. o i3 : r : 3 "Put that idle hope aside," he answered. the missing men of ban Juan hill, and this gratest abundance and prices that will astonish j'ou. O B "You have had it tested time aud again. The is Christmas." S c- "We have the finest assortment of French andStick!Candy "The deuce it 13!" cried John Hudson. others who came home brought no cheering news from Cuba. Norah, jou must break ''Norah said you would come back Christever displayed in Richmond and at prices cheaper than , the c mas. You are her guest. Mine hasn't come." this tie. It is mj- - command." 1 cheapest. He stalked from the room, the shadows p 52 V "You command at last?" said the joung CI- j of the reunited falling softlj- - on the carpet girl, advancing. "Do I understand that I .- -0 a 55 and the old clock striking the half hour. must obej-?- " As he walked out in the wintry wind to "You must. Now!" a K Norah crossed the room and halted at his ccol his blood a boy sprang upon the porch n grocery. M In fact everything that can be found iu a first-clas- s and thrust a telegram into his hand. side, one of her soft hands falling like a a i :H Hudson went back to the light and tore pure snow flake on his shoulder. We handle the best goods that can be purchased from the 3 il open. "He is coming," said she. city markets. B3 "John Hudson: Train delayed. Can't You have waited "Brent? Impossible! SS3 O, O, O a come You may hear of Brent befor months. A dead man cannot come." ?a WILLIAMS." It was a hard, cruel sentence, but what fore Ions. trercc" The broker crumpled the telegram in his oooaoooo Hudson care? He wanted to snap did John C C 3 B 3B the tics that hod bound Norah to her sol- hand and looked at the couple in the fireOur line of fire works is complete, having everything to e. light. dier hero, aud cared not how harshly he "You've lost, Williams," said he. "This please the children. did it. Christmas night belongs girl who has "You loved jour mother, girl?" he sud- waited. Her guest shall to the Hudson's, FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES of every discrip-tion- . be John denly said, looking up into her face. too." "Her memory is the sweetest one I have." And he smiled as he left the lovers alone. 5 "Very well. She never crossed me long. T. C. HARBAUGH. W Of course, she had her ideas, but from the day of our marriage I was master here." Ills Possession. end one Briggs Christmas time makes me feel as There was no reply. Norah's look sought 3rou want anything and can't come yourself, J0l-'MW- the carpet at her feet, and the clock ticked if I would like to share my all with my felof your children. A child can buy as cheaply, promptly and on. low men. safely at my store as a grown-u- p person can. Griggs I suppose you refer to your debts. All at once John Hudson turned toward B323SB33 Brooklyn Life. the front door. He had caught sounds that Give me a call before buying your Christmas supplies. to infuse new life into his veins. n Great Expectation. "Jly guest is out yonder, Norah," said ggss "What do you expect for Christmas" he. "He is punctual to the minute." O BTJ "All my wife's folks." Chicago Record. ! "Your guest, papa?" 3333 Y ss B I. & Ell B - i- lUi i 1 a, -- .;: ff v- - Sounds Just Like Joe K - :Sw snow-spotte- w-- .. Stop! Look and Listen! at fii -- -- Figs, Raisins and Citron. ess: .. - "WO R,ZS. Oysters. Fish and O mie. If -"- Gus Margolen. . j ?f&!W&5Fj$FFzyz' ""Ttf C 3frK 'ntgtr r- faSEHjiJP I rp -- v "T In presenting this edition one week before Christinas, wo do so at the request of our advertisers, who have eo generously contributed to its success, that their wares illicit be advertised throughout the entire county and towns by the llrfct of the week, thus giviDg the people some idea where to gat their Christmas presents when in town. We most cordially thank those who havs so willingly aided us with their advertiseiiienlis in this edition, and wo know they will be repaid tenfold, as the Climax has heretofore brought rich returns to all who have invested in its advertising columns. May all of our readers enjoy a meiry christuiai-anNew Year. Below ue give names of those whobe advertisements appear in this edition in the order in which they were solicited. F. J. Yeager, jeweler. S. Neville Moberley, furniture. K, Deatl erage & Co., groceries. W. D. Oldham & Co . dry goods Higjjins cc ISlli, groceries. Pigizcretnir t Oldham, furniture. Douglas & Wells, druggist. J. W. Zaring Grain & Mill Co., millers. Covington, Arnold & Bros., groceries. en-sui- n: pro-pero- us 1 v V a warming heart-toucto every IovihI the world over; and the angel promise"lie shall save His people from i , vtTtpr Kins;" a thought that lifts the soul to A Mi? heights of the Infinite. What care we whether He came in the i y named and commemorated bv the . uat ." "trgur eh, when the ait of Judah was chilled y the miowt breaths of Hcrnion: or in the a many teach, nhen the birds filled heavenly music and the vallejs were ""VtVed with myriad dowers, w hoc perfumes t a from the upier temple of .on? The Christ-wor- k is universal and the c hrmt-dalelongs to all the people o the ju . Sv whole world. Here the Christmas day X liwns iion scenes of ice and snow; there s tn a wealth of tropical foliage, but every where it i a day of heart warming, and gift i I l-inuring, ami glad carols of praii-- e for Him VHIp lirt oriened His ce ui a mancer and fioe love has given a new same and a lot tier iur-oto advancing civilization. SMMie time of the event lounts as nothinz bc-B Hie maicotv of the wor of the event T. itself. t s llethlehetn was an insignificant vi'lage ftlinging to the outer skirt of majestic .leru- t e of all wlem; cities V. I j&rld didetit greatest in that thewas the of the become it birth it place oi xncnrir. iicre ineivingoi jvincj lappeared in the helplessness of initial infan- ; i ry, watched and nun-ed- , as other helpless ihildrcn of all ages, by His outhful and f adoring mother, honored aliovc all women hrt hive lircu or who shall live. Joseph i mill Marv hail llipir linmi in n Trrptrtiint i 4VLiiIlage of deepistd Galilee: yet the name of VmXazareth slnne as the brightness of the 2s-' . jKSr and slull lie as enduring as the irma- pent. I hnstmas day, the first Christmas, was Ibe beginning of a promise old as the fall : shows the twnian; the Christmas of fulfillment in large degree of the prophetic , v urance of roan's redemption. The light 'STllie Star of Jacob has spread until its .Tan have reached the darkest corners of the rArth, and where they hare penetrated they ' iJiAlje blessed always. Christ in the heart, Chfi-- t in the life, Chrift m the home, Chrit-- t in tjh world that is to bo; such the influence "ot lim whom the Magi worshiped in the manger and of whom the angels sang in their .Ming to the shepherds on the plains. tClaildst of the festal dav, indissolublv Xcied with Good Friday and Resurrection les-Pflay and Ascension, it is nn of the serenes of all the promises of t'od. As the first Christmas day told of the hope of Israel, so each succeeding one the development of the God- -- , irthowalit in the incarnate God, until the cli- h AY of angel song and angel gladness, day of peace to men who are inclined to peace, day of redemption for those who acceDt t the tiding;; the Christ day, heralded by the C entire angelic choir and signalized by the Wlhlehcm star that guided the wise men to iWJ place where the Infant lay. Day of iiiemorics of bright days in the sunshine of unclouded youth, when the plastic heart was raplded to enduring affection because of the ttyiiightfiil love of the loved. Day of home- tyijyjerins, of unselfish regard for others, of f.jjrpeni-iaueFtockings, irees, ot of tables groaning beneath their burdens of toothsoinc edibles, of tender expressions, tf song and laughter and mirth and inno- gt game. Where in all the world may ftere be found mch another annivcrary, jjesfrie so ladtn with the fragrance of lore, or m Abounding in thought tliat ennobles? JUre we hae a Chnst-chil. in the stable ef'lkthlehem, a scene that appeals to the ninpathj and regard of the joung; and the pmthcr holding the Babe to her nurturing n well-filled d stir-roundi-ng d ,j!iast, i.iotucr - ' Ii-pnngtitn- fjlf int-ens- George Willging, paint.- -, oils, glass, paper hanging etc. Jas. King, photographer. White & Gibson, drv goods. interest to us by reason onhe'prelllUlHT and proprietorship of the splendid v Deatii )Accidents) ) physician, rultund gentleman, and Cm loyal hiend,. Dr. Walter Ruflln Ashe. ( )Comes(to We distinctly recall our first meeting ) ( to all..o)Many.. ) with this distinguished physician-th- en just out of a mediral college. It ,,my li(k l,i' J'0111" CIDC propprty in an hour. was at the Winchester depot, where V. passengers were changing cars for Richmond, late one evening in 1SSS You, cannot afford to That always gracious friend, Mrs. T. can'.' these risks. Let J. Taylor, deceased, introduced us to its carry them for you hi herescoit, Dr. Ashe, and his excellent The Manhattan Life, address and personal magnetism imoi New Yort. mediately won our esteem that ripened into admiration and strong friendship ThePreferred Accident, of New York. as we became better acquainted with The Phoenix Fire, the man. Physically he was a giant in ot Hartford. strength, though not so in btature, but since ''It is glorious to have a giant's strength, but tyrannous to use it," he was in all things as gentle and refined as the best bred native of his own sunny Southland. He was the jol gj General Insurance Agents. liest of companions, could tell a story uccn-iKir ufpice jiaix qt. fat better than its author, and never lacked for auditors for he was the most interesting and companionable of men. With a strong body, a Hue mind, temperate, moral, studious, it is no wonder he lias met with such signal biiccess, and it is our sincere hope that his lite may be distinguished for those iiotile DRUGGISTS AND PHARAUCIST. qualities of which his earlier years gave such rich promises. r MwWPlWW n n r r& "ra ""& "v 1 t& m -- y"& "& s- -r v j urn I iv rill I MaiiF FAxY m PV , y (5'Sv5vvS, mil II &C 0 tf as to what to bu' for Christmas 11 IU11 uHu pleslse remember us and we will show you mairy things that will surprise you. Come and be convinced and do not lake our word for anything. We quote no fabulously low prices, but our aim is to please our customers . ,.,. both in prick and quality. - C. K. W. Biclimoiid, Ky. PRESCRIPTION WORK A SPECIALTY. I y tx VViJ MhsTenipie Oldham, millinery ami notions. Joe (iiuucliigliHiii, confectionary, 1). B. Shackelford A: Co , haidware. J. N. Cultnn fc !?on. butchers. CORRESPONDENCE. VALLEV VI KW Miss Annie Hroaddus closed her chool at Syloine, iast Friday. As an instructor, she ga e entire satisfaction and her patrons sneak in praiseworthy terms of her success. We have a complete line of NEW BOOKS, also many of Bookers, Couches, USSKS ''jP y t. Coleman Ne!F, coal ami feed. It A. Iiaxter, grot cries L Midkiir, blacksmith and car . lt-r- riage shop. Cius Manrolcu groceiie-- the STANDARD WORKS suitable for Holiday gifts. See our line before purchasing- elsewhere as we cun save you money. Terry & Thomas, druggist. J. L. Schlegel, photographer. An idea we wish always to emphasize is the necef-bitand justice of patronizing home merchants. They are y Beginning last Monday, Valley View will have four mails daily, which will fill along felt want. So much for the special edition of the or Cabinets, sing Tables, And 'i ii . r to-da- y ever-prese- I I -A VT fSL of Divini goodness was reached on Cal-rAnd afterward, as the Gospel spread ypr the earth, its peaceful fruits, the of the Chni spirit in man, fore- and no loresuadow in steadily in creasing strength and beaut v the final cul- ination when the I'alie of Ilcthlchcm shall in all and all in all among the children men. then shall ererv dav be full of the 'gladness that makes Christmas day the brightest, cheeriest and happiest of all the m: vs of the year. WILLIAM ROSSER COBBE. SB a.i Jr w riniitwTii I VBM.VC, i ? vlflw Jlrrrr Chrlnlmnx, Ileacon! rv9i?) 1 0. ?A VrL yf$ He But why didn't you hsng up some mistletoe? She It a such a superfluity.-- 1 enow jjook. raid the deacon. "Did ye ask me what we got? Wa-a- l, noir. I Kin tell ye That we. cot an awful lot. Marthy cot neural-- . Georgle (jot th rheumatiz. Siran pot a back-cricAn th brindle cow got friz. Some thief got th turkey. 3 As th family's feelln- - blue; I'm off f Kit th' doctor Huh? 'Umph! yeah, same fyou." David H. Talmadge. In Judge. 'MornlnV k. exercises of Bethel such as are only found in a first-clas- s Into WHITK & GIBSON'S winschool last Friday night, has elicited Furniture Store. dow and see the nice things that favutablecommeiit upon the already e -would benppropnate to give your teemed teacher, Miss Viola Million, friends or relatives for a who by the way is one of the best teachers in thecouny. Bethel church was granted Miss Million, for the occasion, and it was handsomely and Don't fad to call and examine this specially decorated with evergreens, complete line of floods before mak-in- jr "To cheat ;i customer is to kill bubinesb." etc., suitable for the atti active features your purchase. If von do,' "Permanent profit can only come from of the highly educational exhibition. then you alone are responsible satisfied buyers."1 for missing bargain". Kverythin;; ' A Former Richmond Pliysician Nothing like it was ever attempted bein the dry j;oods line, patterns mistake yours as "We repair every-possibl- e fore at the closing exercises of any etc.. carried in tins bouse. o well as our own." Falls Heir-ta Fortune. school in this cud of the county, and it will not soon be fo'gotcn by the large "We will thank any customer to tell us crowd that witnessed it. The proDillingham Corner. Richmond, Ky. how to improve our service. " The good fortune that lately befell gramme consisted of song-- , recitations, "Tall talk and small performance may go Dr. W. K. Ashe, fornieily of this place, dialogue and tableaux. for awhile but they bring ultimate disaster." u of inteiest to our citizen-- . The beautiful Miss May Taylor, of you can tell us how to serve you better He has many friends here, and patients Lexington, assisted hy local talent, who have in lecent ywrb been successwe shall obey the hint." was the star of scenic leatures of the ei fully treated in the great Sanatorium, TOR THE HOLIDAYS AT THC teitainment. Want of time and space t&zt of ''There is no demand a customer can make at Lebanon, Ohio, of which until re- forbid me giving the program e in this store that we will not grant." PTC cently, our fiiend was Chief House full, to be polite and attentive." "We always tho--with the names of who conPliysician WG ARE THE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM, tributed to make it a success. The paDr J. L. Stephens. Piesident of the trons and pupils will ever hold Miss Maplewood .Sinatoiium, a m.itt of Na.Million in grateful rememberance for tional reputation and an ex surgeon in the highly and satisfactory manner in CA11INETS Latest Styles-Reg- ular L" 1 M 1 1I it ! I S Armv, died on Nov. 10, and the So 00 which she conducted hei school. Also, Price, fcfe ms a testimonial of his confidence and the "last day ol school" of which Mits 2 30! Now, i iterest in Dr. Ashe bequeathed to Million was the Alpha and Omega the latter a half interest in the Sanato- will ever linger brighth in the memory "ffi-j- f. NIGHT TELEPHONE 67 DAY TELEPHONE T6. rium and all the property coi.necttd of her .pupils, like a bright particuHalf Prices on all sizes with it, which is v ry valuable, haing lar star in the twilight. Rfc for the Ilolidaj's only. an incorporated capita! of $100,000. Dr Jay. Ell. Ess. V Ashe has been elected both President and Medical Superintendent, and his Tropik'tor Itichmnud lricnds will rejoice to learn of STUDIO 0er Madison Nat'l Bank, Rich sH$ his good fortune, inasmuch as his Bv-srtmond, K. 'mediral career was begun in this ci'y. Walter Ilutliu Ashe was horn in May 'M, lSi. and Wadesboio, N was graduated with honors by the I'nivers-iti Medical Department of the of the Citv of New Yoik,in March 1SSS. Pes' res to thank lus many irieiuls Shortly thereafter he located in llirh-- j and patrons for their suppott in the past and to assure thuiu that he is nioiid, in with Dr. T. J. I still prepared as well as eer to do Taylor, one of the leading physicians Sugar-Cure- d all kinds of work sui-- as be lias of this city. Dr. Ashe soon exhibited ANEh heretofore done, such learning and adaptability for his ( REPARING, PAINTING , profession and was so ambitious to acquire the tin est possible education AND HORSE SHOEING, therefor, that he went to New York Spanish-Americ- an very best manner at reasonable in the City and there successfully i Kissed a prices. Nothing but the very best competitie examination for a Hospital material ever used in any department of liiv buriness. appointment. Fir three yeais he was on the Medical Stan of be vera I metroi3 O t2r 2 ? O O t2r w v t2r r O O politan hospitals which, of itself, is' READY FOR SALE guaranteed and all my work reatestimony sullicient to his xtraoidi -After having served the . EVERYWHERE nry abilities. In 1802 he was appointpublic here for fifteen years ns faithJANUARY Jst, IS99. ed Medical Director of the famous fully as I could. 1 would respectfully ask for a continuance of our Maplewood Sanatorium, at lbanon, j? r V ttf W I H" j5 t& Vr w dr O., near Cincinnati, which position he Together with filled with distinguished success. The Sanatorium makes a specialty of our neighbors and are entitled to our support. To go for your purchases when you an dependent yourself ujton the patronage of thoie about on is unpatriotic and an infraction of the Golden Ilnle. "Do unto others as jou would have lliem do unto yiu." Your profits come from Richmond people. Bichmond people are entitled to jour patronage. BiVhmond first. The rest nowhere Climax. The closing man' other nice and attractive articles &Mmaa ?333Si wMSt V g i WHite Gibson, ..Photographs.. Sdvpse. "If -- Sud.o. - tiy - - - - l& Hi butnoiHrr It ULunHivi Just $ n - J. H. K1ING, !J' 1&UMVk C The World a Almanac and of Encyclopedia for 1899 Sr KJU1JU KJ Fruits, Nuts, Meats, roceries, Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Meats, Illustrated History of the m .Butter, Fresh Game, Turkey, Meal, Maecaroni, Tea, Sugar, Cheese. Flour, War Coffee, J J J J SATISFACTION A Great Stock, Fresh, Pure, Appetiz- - d. ing. Prices Flavored with sonableness. XEKVOl'S AMI TKEATJIKST Oi' The Battle Calendar of the Republic, Compiled JtAlilTlES, Qma 7.7 hhz& 4 - Av ft 'j VJ "U ?tf and it is doing a great and good work. This yeir they have patients from nearTlie Trnmp'i Kebuke. ly every State in the Union, and also Enervated Easy I shed think, ma'am, dat womd keep you from Canada, Cuba, and Central sacred Christmas time America. rer to Scripture'n it does. Irs. Turner Awav Nearer to Scripture! This is in no wise an advertisement Dat's J7 EnervatedanHasv give mewot I said. I ast of the institution hut a kindly and dea snow shovel! for bread, jou served, though brief narrative of tho Tjliawn Topics1 s iccessful career of a much estcemeJ She GT? It Aw7' iv friend. Nevertheless, the facts narratrMyMiss Specie gave me a kiss for a Christ-- . ti ed abundantly warrant t..e hope and as present. There, I told her she did not think enough, recommeiiduti m, that whenever bent rne to keep what I gave her." N. Y. ,it8C0fc,reli bv a Sanatorium are re- Truth. quiretl hy any of our leaders, and they Discretion. aie determined to seek these wonderful If you wish to refuse curative agencies, lliev will place them- J An Importunatft lover. I wiser to wait selves Under the care of Maplewood It tr.tn ChrlstTcaa !s oyer. . (Sanatorium, always a leading inslitu- , ( by -- EDGAR STANTON MACLAY Historian of the U. S. Navy. One of our good lunches and jou are sure to tell your friends about it. Served hot at all bouis during the day and until a late hour ta jm$& Christm, pf Ffoii) OUR GROCERIES- are In Einc Chinaware, Lamps, etc. Present F THE STANDARD AMERICAN ANNUAL. PRICE 25 CENTS. & Postpaid to any address. THE "WORLD, Pulitrer Building:, NEW YORK. J XV tho freshest received daily from tho city. We fan biipply you with tho nicest groceries to be found anywhere. Nice, big fat oyster?, fisli and all kinds of game. Pon't forget the place when yon buy your Christmas supplies. Money ean be raved "The Kiclimoml, Ky., Climax, weekly, is credited with the largest by trading with me. Country friends come in and get your din-n- circulation accorded to any paper in Richmond or in Madison county or in when in town. The only paper in Madison county the Eighth Congressional District." which supports an ttio JK'iuocnitiu nominees, from President to Consla,. 1.25 In Advance. SUBSCRIPTION, ,le Next uooh Mi Ki.e Cukneu. E. DEATHERAGE & CO, Roweir? Newspaper' Difertorij. j ei R. A. BAXTER. u rawnntnr?-rriOtrTffiI- ti . ciianreu wilii .liis"' for JJale Hay, Ubrii.Jland 'Oats, .a.u.trape,coiiinjitted on .the'persdfisof Fjreiii'The New BankBuiding. - v mggmmm MllLlaleAiKvbjiroi.TtTJ.eureiioTih !: o-- J !. j .. 1 l.l lJt ." Vnrt,.TaKJin-'Lluii.iil)li- in . t... w ;euuy ut'iurutlit to be. tried and onicklvTjii! jfERE'S Which of The :V S (?;- An Estimable Burglar. - Ji L. K&m?SfV YUU, Hep, The pbotoKjrapbtf, MOST O Bfc 3d Three is True? 9; H Yrf. K ??'? ''Z7,7'Z7: Sy;SiiSi'Si4S7 "Mind Makes the Man." "Home Makes the Man." "Manners Makes the Man." p$ KfirH rs?5i ;; : feS ST: and if you decide that "Home makes the man jj let us help Our you make the home. house furnishings are helpers 1253311)31, to happy homes. Our goods are honest, handsome, and handy, at a less price than expected elsewhere. Christmas is at hand and it should be your good judgment that leads you to give as a Christmas present, something that will adorn your home make it brighter and more cheerful. Take a peep at my handsome line of tree. We wandered In the mountains, And we played beneath the fountains That tumbled down the overhanging steep. And we swam amid the drlftings Of the autumn's somber slftings. From the trees of woodland pastures, neck deep. God bless the skle above him. Wherever 'neath their .azure he may be We were lads the time I speak of And now we hear the creak of The frost that chills the branches of life's fclK SmjSBi tf My. Brother . FRIEND, and I I lovo him Wi PS Bed-roo- m m : Suiters... In i Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Mahog- m r"SS any, Golden and Antique Oak.... Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds. OS? Elegant Sideboards. Extension and Center Tables. 0dd Dressers. Chiffoniers. m Parlor Cabinet Book Cases. tt?&i at 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 Chairs and Moquette, Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot & be excelled. K5S4 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 attractST ive additions to our business. If you are a lover of beauty it will pay you to ,GS3 call and iny line of Framed Pictures, Medallions, &c. We also make a specialty of r?Ni framing pictures. Then the winter came, and flurries Of tho snow in flights and scurries Laid the ermine covers deep upon the earth; And the woods and halls wero ringing With our happy shouts and singing. The echoes of the season's joy and mirth. But those years succeeding morrows Brought care, and age, and sorrows. And the struggles life allots to earnest men; They are mountains that divide us And the fountains oft deride us When we seek to bring dear boyhood back again. But the years have come unceasing, Bringing joy, and care, increasing. And there's compensation, sweet, within It all. For love from loved ones found us And that fond delight surrounds us. d As a vine-clasafe and wall. So here's to you, my brother; Though far from one another. Let us drain the cup of good will from the brim And thank dear God above us That around are those who love us While we sing, again, a cheering Christmas d, flower-covere- ' JEXKS hal an economical iit. She Lad them occasionally, 11 and when she did she always had her old cowns made ever, all of 1 whether she needed them or not, and colboot-- i in lected her husband's readiness for a rainy day. It was too bad that she should have this particular spell just at Christmas time, her husband thought, end when he had made that lucky investment and wanted to give her and the bibics the Christmas of their lives. He mentioned this desire, only to be met with a pathetic reminder that if he did such things they must spend their declining jcars in the She often spoke of this possibility when she had the fit, and sometimes she aiicd it by picturing them both dead and the babies in the poorhouse. That always brought her husband to terms. "Hut we must have some Christmas," he f.i id. "I'm better off than ever this year, and my piopects " "Weir, IT tell jou what, Jeff, dear; if you must give me a present, let :t be a diamond," his wife replied, magnanimously. "I could sell that, you know, if we ever got cry poor. Diamonds are always good. And do let me select the setting, too; I am very particular about settings, and and if the totting was good it would sell for more if the bank failed and the bouds reased to pay interest and the house burned down." You cannot afford to buy jour "Very true. Then I shall buy the babies Christmas goods before calling and exa lot- -" Wo have Toys. "Xo, indeed, you won't. I have gone over amining our btock. ell their last year's toys they've forgotten Fireworks, Candies, Fruits, &e., for (lie children, and everything for the old folks. Give us your order at once for a Christmas Turkey. "We carry everything to be expected ill a first-clas- s grocery. Call and examine our stock. It AVill cost you nothing to look. v HEN EGGS LOOK ALIKE M-f half-wor- n Has given Satisfaction in Richmond for the But, O What n Difference in The Taste ! Some stoves slightly resemble the poor-hous- e. Past twenty Years. Radiant Home But, O what a difference in the morning, Then comes repentance with the dawning, If it is not a Radiant Home, Satisfaction has not come, And icicles adorn your dwell ing In the morning-. EVERTHING 'IT FB Em AirBlast. Covington, Arnold I h, hymn. WILLIAM LIGHTFOOT VTSSCHER. The Toys. I Roxy's Christmas Check mm m o 1 ll & U.N 1 Alary was me lairy mnllipr nf ihn Vnltnn familv. She lived in an eastern city and was Are Ready for you now down town in our big1 toy depart ment. There are more here than you'll find in any other stores in town. It's a good idea to do your toy buyingas early as you can before Christmas, for there are some Sv Vt. 5 AXw&fcTx&Vvw. Our line is full and complete, and in charge of Mr. M. G. Brown, a graduate embalmer and funeral director. It will pay you to call on me before purchasing your Christmas presents. &3 EVILLE SuceeNxor to MOBERLEY ivigMj J. Ay. Collin. PHONE 23. ty svzsv E33EJe-.pAsk the Good House-wif- e W3 2Avy&SF&s?ip If She Doesn't Use and were poor. Aunt Mary had adopted the plan of sending them a check every Christmas, increasing the amount at the advent of each new baby. She would aUo occasionally send a box containing wearing apparel, which Mamma Fulton, with a genius for that kind of work, would make over for herself and the children. One day there came a box of stuff, and among it was n velvet cloak Aunt Mary said she had worn but once, and as uncle did not like it she sent it along. The stuff was all piled upon the table when the younger children came in a bunch. Eoxy helped carry the articles away and she sat down to look them over. Having finished, she found on the lloor a breastpin. She did not connect it in any way with the thing? from Aunt Mary, nor did she think it was of any value. The metal was dull and the stone looked like a common piece of glass, ltoxy thought it would make a good pin for her favorite doll, and in this way it was used for nearly two months, no one taking any notice of it or thinking it was worth caring fcr. The letter that came with the box contained bad news. Aunt Mary said that uncle had been having business troubles, and it was doubtful if she could send the usual check for the coming Christmas. This wag a sad blow to the hopes of the Fulton children, for Aunt Mary'b Christinas check was about the only gicat pleasure they ever had. Sure enough, about a week before the great event a letter came from Aunt Mary, confirming the fear that she could not give the usual present, and added that she felt particularly poor o cr the loss of a valuable diamond pin. This did not suggest anything to Koxy until she went to play with her doll, and then she formed no connection between the pin her.iutit had written about and the one which had been Ijing so carelessly about the house, liut it did occur to her to write her aunt a letter, sjinghow sorry she was and to send the pin shi had found. She did this, and a few days afterward there was great excitement in the Fulton household. Another letter had come from Aunt Mary, and in it was the usual check. have dressed two small dolls which will do quite nicely. Now, don't look that way, Jeff, dear! The poor little McCarthys around the corner will luive nothing at all. If we died in the poorhouse the babies " "Yes, yes," her husband broke in, hasti ly. "All right, then." He had another lucky stroke in the before Christmas, and on Christmas eve he could stand it no longer. lie went out and bought recklessly, determined to give his children a Christmas which would demolish their infantile standards. It was 11 o'clock when he let himself soft-l- r in and slipped a huge package into the dark and quiet parlor. Then he went into His wife was there, with the sitting-room- . the children's toys spread out. There was anxiety in her eyes, but she strove to be calm. "They do look sort of poor, don't they? I them by now and mended them up, ind "IT MUST BE BURGLARS i 1 splendid toys here that will probably not be duplicated this season. Wis Seove, by all the standard authors fur old and young. nil"!" uc.J "'', Heat. Zcqngmv, Radian Air-Bla- Home "'M yes," her husband replied. "Say, Ethel, I'm hungry. I think I'll go down and investigate the pantry. Hullo! that's Daddies crying, isn't it 5" It was, and if her parents had ever found any weakness in her lungs it was dispelled now. cCarthys" I meant it for the best, and the little M- Our Drug Department is Prescrip-carefullfull and complete. compounded. y "V-a- st Uer. . s t.o &nua. iTDCsYgate When Mrs. Jenks came downstairs, 15 minutes later, her husband was hunting, rather nervously, in the potato bin. "I I was looking for a piece of cold chicken," he said, you will be more likely to find it in the pantry," his wife replied. "Jeff, I believe 1 felt a draught as I came past the sitting-roodoor. Did you open the window? No? Then it must be burglars! Quick, hide in the coal cellar! Maybe " Douglas & Wells, "I think "but" liichiuond. hy. ...Zaring's Patent Flour For her Christmas Cakes and Holls Purest Cheapest, Best...... J. Rosy was the heroine of the day, and it was all joy and gladness where it had been sorrow and disappointment. Aunt Mary said tho" pin Iloxy had sent was the one she had lost, and that it must have been in some way fastened to the velvet cloak. Anyway, getting it again had made her feel so much better that she sent the usual Christmas check, and everybody was happy. disthessingly hard times, I S "And the babies?" Mrs. Jenks was upstairs almost before lier husband, though somehow he got into the sitting-roofirst. "I'll stay out here and protect the babies!" she groaned. The window was up and everything save the toys was untouched they had vanished. Mrs. Jenks began to cry. "Oh-h- , my poor babies!" she cried. "No Christmas at all, any more than the little McCarthys! didn't I let you get something for them?" "Goodness me, I forgot!" cried her husband. "Tho fact is, that I did get 1 few things for them and he brought them out. "Oh, Jeff, all these! If we end in the W-wb- Picture Framing! mats-whiterblaek o.UsiuiCo., Shackelford to A. li-nt-r Richmond, The Kentuckv Bus; k fjP Cash Store A& Mug Grain -- & Mill Co,, Hichmoni Ej, AN OPPORTUNITY To get notions at unusually low prices is now presented to you. Rather tban move my stoc'c I wiil sell my beautiful LINE OF HANDKERCHIEFS &C. OINLY- A MATCH Needed To Have Caused A Terrible Yesterday Conflagration at least have something to brag about to the other poor children." ".Well, I'm glad, anyhow," said Mrs. Jenks, "and maybe we will recover the others, too." "Perhaps so," said her husband, quietly. After the toys were all laid out he put on Lis best hat. "Guess I'll step over to the pol-'cstation and tell them to keep an eye en the house," he said. When he got outside he executed 3 war dance on the pavement. Then he slipped around to the rear and got a basket which was hidden under the back steps. In the 'morning Mrs. McCarthy found a basket exactly like it filled with toys at her door. She announced that the angels had Bent it; only Mr. Jenks could have proved that they had nothing to do with it and he didn't dare! ELISA ARMSTRONG. e poorhouse " "The babies will and colors, in velvet, felt Richmond. Don't fail to see and smooth hand tints, them. and other picture framing W. 1). 0LDM1I ft CO., materials for the Holiday Trade, which we will Proprietors. make up and offer at our usual low prices. 100 genuine Etchings; 100 select Pictures, all different subjects. We are now receiving all of the new things in mouldingsin ebonj--, mahog-ny- , Will put on sale about Januaoak, and other woods. ry loth the prettiest line of White Goods, Embroideries Picture and more than iiftys hades and Linens ever shown in Compete - A Brute's SngKeation. " A frightful conflagration was narrowly averted at Coleman Neff 's place at the R. N. I. & B. depot yesterday, where is stored thousands of bushels of the Pine Knot coal, and feed at the lowest prices. Call up COLEMAN NEFF, Telephone, 21. SDR. CALDWELL'S IN DIGESTION. PEPSIN II KB at a price that will surprise you. Call at my'place of business, nest door to State Bank & Trust Co., and examine my stock. Will m jve into the Bright building ove D. P. Armeies jewelry store Jan. 1., where you are cordially invited to call on me for everything in the way of The Proportions. It Is a rule, somewhat severe. hats, notions &c. But true as Deuteronomy; "This thing of being engaged to half a Brown You mustn't feel disappointed this Christmas, Johnnie. These are ter- dozen girls isn't what it's cracked up to be, this time of year." rible times we're having. "Why not?" Little Johnnie They must be pretty hard, "Because you have to make each an expendad, when Santa Clans takes the trouble tc drag my old sled out of the garret and give sive gift." "Nonense! Give each a trifle, and tell it a new coat of paint. N. Y. World. her that the more you save, the sooner you can get married." Puck. Hobby's Improvement. "Now, Bobby, you write a list of the toy Good for the Kid. you want, and we will send it up the chimIt Is plain to see by the large amount ney to dear old Santa Claus." Of presents received "Oh, no, mamma; let me send him a list That Santa Claus never by tho kid. kept strict account of the things I don't want." Detroit Free Of naif the things that he did. Press. N. Y. Truth. glass backing and wire to hang, 8x10, 25c. Portrait size, 16x20, $1 to Si.."50. If you want pick QUALITY and choice of this select PROMPTNESS line of goods call early. FRESHNESS,, Polite attention, prompt and efficient service guar-teed. Whether it's beef, vral or pork, that amy bo desired, can be with the cook within 30 minutes from the time il's ordered. Promptness conies next to. qualitr here. My btock is just to insure freshnei-s- , to tlieitc you have it laive-enoug- oANY CUTo tgR00RlgSj n MISS TBMP1E OLDHAM. There's Just one month of ChTlsUmas cheer, And eleven of economy. Washington Star. with my Meat Market, I will be sold at the lowest juices. Give us a call and be convinced. that all that has 200 ff. MX STCEET. lie Knew. been said is plain facts, I!rin or send Willie Santa Claus only brings presents 'Vo N. are. not neglecting our your orders for Christmas poods to the to good little boys. Wall Taper. Window Shade, Paint and Broaddus stain: on Irvine street. Tom (confidentially) Glass business, tho sumo low prices Yes; bu he fooled. N. Y. Journal. are made to. each and every one afike. J. N, CULT0N, & SON. IS. M. WILLIE, carry aline of groceries which B.-- ?a-il- y j- J"' . -.- - T lay s& in . ither.-Mr- R. It. Gen-ur- n of the devoted family were in vain, home Mi63 ilarv and the light of their.lives, the treas- - lAi ugu)U73ue-nsRa- jwil.' wmi I in i , .! . tf Highest Honors - Worjd'SarTairi Aia piewoou sanaTorramr O., near Cincinnati, which position lie Ward for anv cusp rtf Hnf irrli that non not bo cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure- filled with distinguished success. - nanvoo- owvxVe,e ,&Sff .4,-a- w - 5BTaS555teISi5555BS ' - - f 5'"!'-l'?-- -- - s'M ". -- : 7 Tt - " - - - J-- ;r sSBK?F '"-O - 5 ir1" r- - "" v-i- i a Don't buy iv Suit, Overcoat, Pair raratOT H FcS-- v -- SMOG SHQm TS-- V' GvictibX axvi TJUWatoU "T&erasv . s. -. Se&mVess .tv SWs. ---r ; I I l of Pants, Hat, Shirt or Suit of Under wear until von see our lino anil save fifty cents on the dollar at StoulIVr's (2) removal sale. Baptist Christmas Tree. There will be a Cbrismas'tree at the Baptist church next Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock. The children of the Sun- are especially notified of day-school I tJ tv- - BEST MATERIAL, USED. rr. -- this fact. We will make you a $15.00 Suit to measure and guarantee n fit for S9.75 (2) at StoufTox's removal sale. Lost Cow. flit nif i PA9TI tucy'r urn 3 vm fiaja nffi-- a ViM w L VIM IJ lll-M"-- tea IT zf l f- - f 2K v? rrSSlS n "r. .vn. ."c-- t-v . v Cn. .'" C 'O &T &r C C &r r r Sy.VNa 9 m . u u iieiPEM SSASSfiAS52ASX' wear w-- r tXR - EL B , If rm ", j t Look at the way theste shoes are made. Thej-- are made for ser- Dick Fox is mourning the loss of his old reliable red muley cow, eight years He says she jist strayed old, off for a rest, but time is up and she m ust come home with her tail wag- ging behind her. See ad. SOO-lb- 1 Kfl TTdENJ-- 1 fi and if you want a shoe to and wear well, here it is.- MADE IN ALL SIZES. "A A vice, have style, iitand durabilitj, Lir$ PI ml ITS Js&i i W. Collars at 10c; Quaker City Shirts at 75.., which is less than (2) cost, at Stouffer's removal Mile. !:. & THE GREAT FALL.... CAMPAIGN OF THE Bnsy Bee Cash Store Is Now vmK THIS WILL BE A CAMPAIGN THAT WILL LONG BE REMEMBERED BY THE PATRONS OF "THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CORPORATION" FOR IT WILL BE A CAMPAIGN AGAINST HIGH-CLAS- On! 1 OH For Manilla. Two Arc Left. Dun- -' Snwny" Hums and "Butch" KN H Wmgzgggzg POE Men, Boys and. Youths. -- A - - - - -- - - fegKyi AND 207 WEST MAIN can passed an examination for the U S. i Army and will leave for Manilla in thirty days, having: been assigned to l the 22d U. S. Infant rv. ' two otner Kictimonu noys, Ulnurie i jKjrt. ' z3Tvr. ?1 Stone and Wallace Ilutclungs. applied for places, but were rejected, the latter being too light, the former on account of having worn a pair of nointed-toe- i shoes to a frolic at Slate Lick last nuin-me- r, High Prices & For The People! RACE HORSES OF THE CELEBRATED KENTDCKY STABLES NEVER DID THE S CHAFF AT THE BIT MORE EAGER TO START IN THE RACE THAN "THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE" DOES THIS ONE. STREET, RICHMOND, KY ' producing an ingrowing toe nail. Claude tried to dance his number nine feet in a pair of five shoes, when the box the latter came in was too low for his instep. cigar. We know we are "Loaded for Bar"' and many a cold chill will creep over our competitors when the hear the Startling- - Low Prices we are making- on all lines of goods that -- crowd our shelves and counters this season. riiiwiiiii The Richmond Climax. Proctor Knott Cigar. one-thir- The best smoker, the Proctor Knott 4fkS Entertainment ai Ml. Pleasant. We are bhowing the greatest variety of Dress this season. All Goods wen outside of the largo-citithe new things in Crepons.'Epinlins, Figured Jaquards. Fortiigus Cords, .Cheviots, Uranite Covert (Moths, Cloths, Fancy Alixtures, etc., will be found in our Elegant Diess Goods Department. es Having purchased the entire line of Dress Goods in Fancy Mixtiwes from one of the leading New York Houses, we will oHer them as long thev last for 2:k. per yd. They make beautiful Dresses and Skirts. All-Wool r lH We have given one entire room of our Great i?tore The Mary Evans Mission Rand will We have culled the Eastern Markets for the latest to Ladies', Misses' and Children's Jackets and Wraps. a Chiistmas entertainment and 3 novelties in all kinds of Dress Trimmings and Dress We are showing everything- new and in favor this season "Clipping I?ee" at Mt. Pleasaut next Findings, and when you get vuiir Dress from any of the WKDXEPDAY DEC. 21 in this department. Our line of Fur Collarettes are the fiee. Dec. 24.. Admi-sio- n Saturday, "Great liusy Bee Cash Stores" you can feel assured that talk of the town. Don't fail to see this line. To have our Clothing the nothing of a later Design or Pattern will be shown ou. The idea is that all who wish may pay ten cents and clip a present from a best that can be made a Advertisements will b received c - An eliort, headed by Mi. Frances line that will be loaded down with That is why v ou get here more value lor s by THK CLIMAX with the iiar- Our buyers for the Three Large Stores of the Busy Bee Cash Store Corporations E. Deauchamp, piesideut of the W.CT. leasonable gifts for the oung folks. oar money man eisewnere O antee that its circulation exceeds C U , is being made in Lexington to have searched the Clothing Market with the Tenacity of Blood Hounds, and they have tilled this It Struck 1899 Timss. Our Fall and Winter O that of any other paper published C the city council publish a list of all department with one Endless Cham of Bargains. Boy's Cassimere Knee Pants, 15c a pair; in Richmond. On Thuisday, December 8, a Suits and . Overcoats C per.-olined for drunkenness and have Men's Cassimere Pants, nicely made, French waist, for 98c; Men's Cassimere Suits, well c ' O it posted m suooiin so that the keepeis Southern Calendar Clock belonging to are made, for 2.48, worth So.00. Our line of Men's and jtfoy s Fine Suits, and Men's and will le liable to a fine of $50, if thev the well known tattle man, Mr. Ilirfi-ar- d Boy's Overcoats are the largest and best shown in the city, One Entire Room given to ,fe Clark, of the Cottonbuig vicinity, sell to confirmed drunkaids Hobson, Dentist. Dr. -this department. 1S9I times. It struck 1S00 times Absolutely pure is the claim made stiuck The lire alarm yesterday morning in ttoppeo lor aniuie. ami MicLesbion GENERAL MILES. eveiy adveitisenient of the Itoal in Our Notion Department and our Gent's and Lauie.s' rang out i)'J times. Mr. Clark was faNe. White and Grey Blankets, We aie selling v Baking- Powder and absolutely pure is then Furnishing Goods Department was never more complete. Take any of our SUITS md OVEKCOATS at $12.50 beautiful borders, large enough lor any bed, o'Je. a pair; mean that the All delicacies of the seflfaou at E. the verdict of every housekeeper in the coiiftrues the freak to We have strained every nerve to make these departOur Blankets are piled Mountain High on our ledges Republican party will cease to do busi- and the3r have the set and style of -- Merchant Taiments the most attractive in our great store. Your Deatherage & Co. Ufcing the Royal. It is the stanBlankets from us at land and you can buy beautiful ness March 1, 1!)C0, and that Rran will every want has been anticipated, and our Low Cash the p'rice of cotton : tuff elsewhere. Red Comforts at get yoni Christmas cakes dard among baking iowdcrs,vorth the be elected. lor's work. Prices named on these articles make these departments 4'Jc. each. price .sold at, because of its purity, very interesting to customers. at the Exchange. Live Quail on Exhibition qualities and healthful Our SUITS xooA. OVERCOATS c& S.0O received the e Brown Cotton at 4c; We are selling; good oysters and celery at E. the strength that makes a small quanit-t- y Fresh When you visit any of our great stores, don't fad Mr. Elmer Deathenige's large groeeiy no dressing, at 4ic; Good Bleach Cotton, same cure and thought in tailoring1 as the higher Deatherage & Co. to take :t walk thromrh our Carpet, Curtain and Uphols-ter- v go a long way. No tiouble about window is the senile of much ciniosity of the Loom and Maon-vill- e Green Ticket Londsdale, Fruit Departments. Many beantifnl and attractive things and pastry when the of late, as he has confined theiciu Bleach Cotton at ("e a yd Get our prices on Alpine grades. Every thread of war) and woof is of pure Mr. O. C. Mc Williams was in town delicious will be seen here. We are naming prices on Carpets and -UnRose Cotton and wide Sheetings. We sell Iloval i us d long illness. tuciiti-nin- e after it Laic Curtains so low and the patterns are so pretty that lie nartiidges. A tree wool. bleached Sheeting at 12ic. you w ill want to carpet your back yard and hang lace and water furnish the birds ant' To Move to Town. Choicest chinaware for presents at curtains in vur kitchens. .1 m Ar,. . ...i m.. 4'iiiii.uiiii . Mm.. .... "it!l "atuie's habitation whilst the proE. Deatherage A. Co. ai i null i.ai3. m.ii... Best Apron Gingham 4c a yd; Canton Flannel, to order for them ill iicimiiiv tln T n . pnetor ......... We have just relieved and put ou sale a Manu"- good iiiiality, oe a yd; Best Canton Flannel from fie to J Children's Knee l'ant.s at less than tliroo cliil.lrfii .... IMll. r.n.1 "Mniii a""11.:. """" patrons We desire to facturers sample lino of Men's and l!oy's Caps. Our "" Mr. Deatherage for bib deChenault lesidence (2) SJc, usually sold at 10 and 121c. We are selling all Moufi'er's removal sale. cost at commend windows are full of them ami our price is jn- -t next year. Fancy Calicoes, Rest Brands and Indigo Blues at JJlc a the value on each Cap. Don't fail to see them. Our termination to set the birds at liberty Candies of all kinds at K. J)eath-erag- e yd. Remenants almost given away. Nobby Hats for Men, Boy's and Children are very pretty. they hae served their purpose in Biggest Revolver in Town after A. Co. Mibsrs. Douglas Bright .. Co. have his window. morning the Ijist WedneMhiy We have one side of our entire store-roodevoted to our BOOT and SHOE DE $9 25 buys Sl'J 00 worth of clothing, in their show window the laigest levol-ve- r thermometer went to 2 belou Cairo. PARTMENT. We cany many celebrated lines of Men's. Ladies' and Children's Shoes- ever seen in R:ehmond It is only hatband underwear, at StoulIVr's returkeys for Christ- a cylindrical age operated by a moval sale ! Fresh dret-uur prices nameu on tnis one is a marvel ior cheapness. 1 ou can shoe up vour entire (2) inas at E. Deatherage & Co. family here for the cost of a few pair elsewhere. We no shoddy stuff, our shoes "Biiniiy" is busy day and squirrel. New Firm. stop to see the You can't and boots are all good honest goods, bought below the cost to manufacture, S. btapp lias been recoinmonded night and passers-b- y J Mr. John Arnold has purchased the afford to miss our Shoe Department. by Congressman Daison at jiostmas bight. interest of Mr. C, C. Wallace in the ter at ew by. A Hih Priced Cow. boot and shoe store of Wallace & Bice, Again extending to jou an invitation to vfcit n this fall and take i look through our More where hnjrht facet! 215 WHITE FRONT. We are taking orders for Christ At the sale of V. K. Rrooks neai and will January 1st enter upon his polite salesmen aid balesladieh uill greet you and make your iMt u pleasure. We are, Very Kepc, mas turkeys. E Deatherage A. Co. Midway last Satin day a milch cow, duties. Mr. Arnold hab for several eais Jersey and sex The Madion County Fox Hunters rzZrTi . ' Mr Jacob been the ellicient clerk at Covington & College Hill, Shorthorn sold for SI 14. e Assoiiajion will meet at CO .& 9 a a. Perin was the purchaser. She gives 7 Mitchell's, is a hi other of Messrs. T. U December 22. gallons of milk a day. Mr Brooks was and W, L Arnold, of this city, is an T Oranges, 15 to 40 cents er dozeu aSell." a student ot Central Univeibity in industrious, popular citizen. at E. Deatl erage & Co. Mr. Wallace's retirement is construed 1884 "fi, and is a brother-in-laof Mr. (aJv Sa RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN. as an indication of his cinch on the Mr. Tlios J. Curtis, of Kirlcsville, Matt Cohen, this city. of Mr. $"!! postollice at the expiration of fine mules to shipped two "Let Your Light So Shine," or How Infidels Willis' term next Mav. This is not,?"" Pennsylvania. . May be Made. disparaging the claims of other aspir-- ) so- Eight dozen most beautiful lamps hal- ants for the position. "Our Father, who art in heaven, in city at E. Deallieifcge & Co. lowed be thy name." and then vote for Prof. Chandler, Lawyer There will be a Christinas tree at the dens that lead in blaspheming and I'rof. John H. Chandler, the ellicient church at 3 o'clock profaning His holy name! Kingston Principal of the C. V. Preparatory, has ' I Saturdav afternoon. Thy kingdom come," but vote for resigned his position to begin the prac !n Knnrc T1iom Farmers, Attention. -- The Methodist Sundav hcliool will the institution that is one of the great- tice of law here after the holidays His ijj 1. .. l.... Iw. :., .A..,.,!.,.. , El :1 &. Davis, of Nicho; battleship instead of a Christ- est obstrmtions to its loming! have a (JUltll criie pains o.f rheumatism should he reIJUIH1S, Willi ItllUUl 1IC IS CIJ The tirin of Co;:ar 'Thy will be be done," then vote to and he is with all our citizens, pre mas tree, on Saturday. lasville, want all the corn in Madison, minded that a cure for tl is dteabe may be found Sarsaparilla. continue in the community that curse sented Prof. Chtiudler with a handsome, R county, and are lep.ehented by our old The experience in Hood's (i. R Carpenier.of White Hall.ship-pe- most against God's will! of thoe who have takMr. ijj 1J. edition of "Oooley On 'lorts." friend and former citizen, Ed en Hood's Sarsaparilla forrheuniatism, You can bu more GROCERIES for less mone a car of cattle to Cincinnati for On earth as it is in heaven," and Andrews Hindu the presentation with who will beat Silver Cieek to- and have been completely and perman at Thurman's than anywhere on Earth. Give which he asked i1 cents. vote to make earth a hell! an appropiiate speech. Piof. Chandday and Thursday, and here on Fi iday entlv cuied, prove tho power of this as a call. medicine to rout and conquer this dis'Give us this dav our daily bread," ler is a graduate of the University, with After nearly a quaiterof a century aud Saturday. Call on or drop him a ease. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the One The wonderfully winning premier fashions and turn and ote the bread out of medals, degrees, an.l many honors atwe move from First ttreeL Dollar's card, care Climax nllice. True Wood Purifier and it neutralies "of the season. (2) more mouths of children than your testing his proficiency as a student, worth for GOc at the- acid which causes the ache and lie Ciieapsidi:. RICHMOND. KY Load Your Guns. charity will evei till! pains of rheumatism. Thin L, why it Con. Main and is of high moral character, an active Haviland Chinaware at Deather absolutely cures when liniments and "Foigivo us our sins as we forgive churchman, ami should do well in his J'etty Ihiuvcrf are prowling all over age's that ib bewildeiiug all observers those who sin against us," and then applications fail to give Men's Winter Weight Sack Suits and Irish cured The sooner Hoarseness Leads on ft 'the country and annoying fanners by other outwardrelief, lie sure to net without harm a cough or. cold isbetter. chosen profession. permanent by its beauty and cheapness. oU2(5-ito theMiflererthe V Freiss Ulsters. commit a bin by oting in such away to seiious irritation of the throat, ami stealim corn, chickens, aud any other lllood's. decl4-lLingering colds are dangerous. Hack- may end in a nicking Drouth Setting in. We move into our new store on that almighty God will never lorgive rasping rough. little thing of alue not under lock. ing cough is Where a revenge'ful purpose is hid- rCoiigh Cure distressing. One Minute Dr." Hell'rt January 1st, and are giving clothing you until yoll tolr u? iuh pray'. ouicklv cures it. Why Judging lrom the big victories won On last Friday night sv chicken thief en- - j den under a feigned smile tho step will sutrer when such a cough cure i with- clear the throat and leave the viir (2) away at Stouffer's. "Lead us not into temptation," and by the temperance people in various 0 tered the hennery of Mr. Cabell ChenIt Men's Superb Fancy Cassimere Suits, in reach; It pleasant to the taste. clear and unootli. andban inf(iHill: the greatest temptation on towns recently, tho taloon is fust los- aboutone bo blinkimr and noiseless. colds and all remedy for coughs ault, oh his father's preinb-eaYou can get Bale Hay, Com and then ote Douglas & Wells. Men's Exclusive Model Ulsters, disorders of the throat and lungs. (.mhkI Monticello, mile east of Hichnioudrand stole nino A Lillle Sniffle, Oats, as well as Pine Knot Coal, from innocent children that eer drew them ing its grip. Somen-etIt druggists sell it. 23 cents. North Carolina- - Old North state. Mr. game chickens. Richmond, and, in iact, every other Coleman Nell", telephone 21, R. N. I & down to ruin! or a stubborn cold, or a deep Edited walking symbolizes sm prise, thine is the kingdom," and then town voting on the question, went dry "For Chenault had gone to great trouble to couuli can be cured for good with Dr. novlOtf B. deiwt. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and vote to tarn that kingdom over to the by large niajoiities. Ten or fifteen This famous lllurrlioi.K Ttfllipilv l".n llv:is lit. L- curiosly. discretion, or mystery. laise thebe."t strains of sraniu chickens' j'bll's $ir,000 worth of Clothing, Hats, devil ! Men's Suits of Rich Native and Foreign Goods, remedy, taken in time, will stop the petided Upon and 'is pleasant'and safo Besides procuring the, in the country ears ago a fellow could get on an oc p.,;Ilb tle cieat when a person has progress of consumption and bring the Underwear, etc., to be closed out bv Men's Superb Fashion and Finish Ulsters and i,i;n.it :i ipiiiIhmiv inuinUi "The power andMhe glory," then vote casional jug aud keep up his work, but best breeds in this country. Mr. Poland, color of health to the palid cheek. to take. Sold by Perry it 'Ihoinas. n dwT-lJanuary 1st, at Stouffer's, on Firsi that 'power and gl'ry" over to entail! in recent days drinking ami business inouia. A piece ol Manuel oampciuii who got tfiit the illustrated edition of Druggists bell it. Covert Overcoat. It (2) Chaiiiberljiirs Pain Rifm and Street. 'Amen," which means "be it bo." will come no nearer mixing than will Slow steps, whether long or short, with the Climax last summer, seut to Mr. Novada S;t er stato. bound m to the rhest oer the sect of ::- and at the judgment bar of Gol'"i"" oil and water. We do not know a. gentle or reflective state of pain suggest Quasimoducigirs. 10 cents. Chenault bJine beauties from North ill promptly relitvr the pam and Havana Second, 5 cents. Fred A. will "kr" just ')," unless you -- vote as whether it is the quality or not, but TEA cures mind, as the case may be. prevent the treatment will curn-- lame Carolina. The thief broke in and left Miller, Manufacturer fine Cigars, Rich- you pray," back in a few hours. S"o!d by Puny c; Men's Suits and Covert Overcoats and 8;ar Constipation and we do know "from pretty good authorthe heads where he caught them and. sept trout a Jleiliuihst l'rearlirr. devT-lt- u mond, Ky. 'lhollias. Druggists. n Kegulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. "Mercy to the guilty is cruelty to ity" that a fellow can't keep his tank Ulsters, possibly before this some innocent Clvy Citv, Ixn., Jan. 12, Jb'J7. Quicksteps are indicative of energy Mibb Maggie Todd and brother, the innocent, justice to all is cruelty to full of whiskey aud do anything eloo at has fared sumptuously on Mr. Q.Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. Pepsin Syrup Co , Monticello, 111. White. W.M. Ross Lloyd. Rutherford, ill- - on Saturday next, sell none." the same time in these days. LancasClionault'd valued b'mls. ItaH'ords inegreat pleas ;ind agitation. Gentlemen: New Hampshire Granite state 'Hie Jkileru 3iulhtr ure to speak in praise ot join most ex- their stock, crop, and personalty, and The man who claims to love God, ter Jtecord. Shoot these scoundrels. It i the Young Men's cellent medicine. I have'butrered quite M $5.00, MEN'S leave shortly fur Montana. and who does not hale tin is a fraud. way to catch them. found that her little oue only ati- When n man owns a blooded horse iicuna(.jic:v iiiuic-- i improved more by the pleasant .syru,. Charles While Insurance Compromised. S6.00, $7.00, $9.00, $10.00, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, he is always careful of its health He aglCtUUCtil mil silk $1S.00 Stetsons $5.00 Hats at $:5.50. suit of smleutary habits and sluggish Circuit Cuiirllooks after its diet and is particular liver and bowels. Your remedy corrects of i?'igs, when in need of thelnxatinj The Xederlaud Lifo Insurance Co., a $12.00. $i).00, $10.00, $12.00. Suits at S10.00. Everything same way be regular and these troubles aud my headaches are elfect of a gentle remedy, than by :w. case of the Common- foreign corporation, has agreed to pay The jury in the that the feeding shall to keep from moving them, at "Stouf- wealth against Henry Jiles charged oilier. Children eujoy it suul it bei.v " right. While ho is doing this it is Iike-l- y stopped. .1. 0- - L'oonk. the ebtate of Charles Field White, deCHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS SUITS lits them. Ttie true remedy, ayui. t (2) fer's. as not that ho is hinise'f sulTering Pastor M. H I hurch. with killing Joe Uartill", returned a ceased, the sum of $12,000 and costs of Figs, is manufactured by thoCaiifurm v $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00. fioin some disease or disorder. When decT-lOf IJ. L. Middeltou. The K. C has recently placed in verdict Thursday of not guilty. Cure sick lieauacue, d.iu gn a Fig t?yrug Co. only. gels so bad that he connot) suit in settlement of the hitter's insur m 1 taste lu the inoutli, coated w service one hundred of the improved The miser's walk is represented as work, he will begin to give himself the Hon. W. U. Smith and Judge J. C. ance of SIG.uOO. Ttie case created con 1 I tongue, gas lu Uie stomach, North Dakota I'lickertad state. oPfc and exlra large stock cars. They are Cheuaidt represented the defendant. care ho gave tho horse at the start. stooping, noiseless, with short, nervous, " 2; dltrei9 niiJ Indigestion. Do B siderable interest inasmuch asthecoin-- j cent-- , not weaken, bat havo toidc effect. Good pute. rich, red blood is the best anxious steps : MEN'S PANTS, When you ask for D Witi's much longer and better equipped than . . . F and George Logan were fined $100 pany refused to pay the policy, claim-thThe only Villi to take with Ilood'i SariaparllU. insurance ag.mist disease ol any Kinu Hazel b'aive don't accept counteriuit ttie old ones. $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $3.50,- $4.00: ". on misdemeanor charges. Almost all diseases come from impure Mr. "White was not a lit subject for or liiutatiuii. Tticre are nioic casts ot Two I'ointtd Uurstious Answered. South Dakota Swiugf Cat state. or impoverished blood. Keep the blood The case against Urulus Winkler for insurance, having died in less thau a Piles being cured by this, than ail George Weatherford telephoned us MEN'S HATS, ' puro and strong and disease ran tinu What is the use of making a better others combined. Douglas & Wells. , Many Lives are Saved " from Hustouville Wednesday that the mayhem was continued uutil April jear after the policy was issued, and no foothold. That is tho priuciplunpon iirticlu than our couuietitordf you can $1.00, $1.25, S1.50, $1.75, $2.00. best thermometer in town registered term. that facts developed that he was not a Ohio Buckeii e state. . by tho timely use of Dr. Bell's which Dr. Pierces tiokleii Mediral Ills-- 1 not get d better puce for n: g Georjje Story was conicted When n cold creeps upon. covery works. It cleanses, purifies and Ans. As tl ere is no difference in the 10 below zero that morning. Stanford well man for several years before his Whcu j ou aie nervous and sleepless, MEN'S SHOES, you, or a cougti racKs your lungs, no enriches the blood, puts and keeps the1 price of public will buy only the bet and given two years in the death. The heirs are a sister, Jlrs. Journal. It whole body in perfect order; makes-ap-- ' remedy is so prompt or effectual. tor, so that while our profits may be take Hooj's Sarsaparilla. It makes $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50. peniteiiticry. White Fant, of Newberry, petitegond, digestion strong, assinitia- - smaller on a single sale tney will be "'e nerves stiong and gives refreshings Wanted Reliable and experienced Abncr McQuinn confessed the charge Lizzie who receues a half interest, and Tennessee UiglJend state. sleep. Ji tion perfect. "It brings ruddv, virile much greater in the aggregate. a good line of Lu- of bhooting at Jas. Neale alid was given S C , MEN'S OVERCOATS, salesmen to handle , How can you get the public to know health. It builds up solid, wholesome U. W. Miller, of this city, and Mrs. Mat-ti- e Oregon Ueaver state. How it Hurls! bricating Oils and Greases on Commiss- two years in the pen. flesh (not fat) when, from any cause, re- - jour make is the best? $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $8.00, $9.00, $12.00. Miller McGowan, of ?partauburg, 4 -- lf both articles are brought promin- In lure a I'ulil ic Uue liav ion- Address The Clinton Oil Co., Kheitmatism, with its sharp twinges,' duceel below tho healthv standard. The last dayu of court were consumed S. C, who each receive one fourth inently before the public both are curtain It 77, aches and pains. Do you know tho Cleveland, Ohio. MEN'S UNDERWEAR, . Bnimn Oninin 'lVLVis. in tho case of the Commonwealth terest. New state. to be tried ..d the public will very cause? Acid in the blood has accumu. . . . t. .,- 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25. . Colemaa If elf your next order against W. 31. Howman, charged with .. Give r nil L'KI I1HSS ?.. , lated in your joints The cure is found " t.u i CUBAN OIL cures ifjULV..." ',...iItlllUJCIll Uil 11ICI1I U11U mc .cure. zoc. i no genuine lies xj. Fire in The Net Bank Building. nd Oats, and rnDe. committed on the person of his iiiu ijctici uuri lit Hood's Sarsaparilla which neutrafor Rale Hy, Corn no!) tiui each tablet. I V Lute.j Kitmc Tlniicoa,, Tllinn-- t j rn.!. .1.. un ......, . , me !. BOYS' UNDERWEAR, 50c. vimm- i ins CApimiiB it. inicstiir n. ..!... n. lizes this acid. Thousands write that, don't forget he is selling the best coal daughter. Tho case was given to the J5uf few people heard the alarm of Keystone stnte. PennsYlvonia have been completely cured of matism and Sires.- Price, 25 cents, tberlain's Cough l'emedy. The pople , ' . . on the market, the famous Pine Knot. jury Thursday afternoon after able fire on Tuesday night of last week, but Sold by Perry &. Thomas. caccesotof VT. have been using it for years it ml have ' rheumatism by HoodVS.irsaparilla. a.T.'Iiite. an Old obljrr. i fouiiu that it can always bo uepemieu 21, It. N. 1 & U. depot. speeches by J. Talbot Jackson, attoi-ne- y a. small size conllagration rousted the Telephone upon, ruey may tauo up jinnire state. liovlO-i- f Kew York , Hood's Pills cure nausea sick head Ij.d ,3nn. lt1T for tlie defendant, and Common- fire department from their beds on that with some fashionable noehy put (."ents: 1Kno, ever confidence in ache, biliousness, indigestion. Price U. A. Crutcher, prose- cold lnght to fight a blaze in the dental lme wealth Attorney j forth withexaggerated claim', but. are recommending- jour Syrup ol L'iptii. p. It "Wasted-Age- nts to eell largest 25 cent amljcrccia. Tetter, everything-a- t Thejury was out until Friday oiliceof Dr. W. W. liurgin, over the 1 certain to return to the one remedy that Lam of ago ajid am bioknv line of Lubricating oils, Greases and cuting. Tho jnljso itching aul smartiEg inci; (they kiio- - to be reliable, and for down, the trouble Texas hone Star state. when they reported that it was impos State Hank & Trust Co. It appears that bavins been broi-hA,.t.l ai...t t. aba ! wn I bnnn 7rita(lfl(1 Id UIHLaUbl n4'it4' o1?ttjI 1...,u1.IV 1'IIWIH 34III1 Pril 111 III UTb W .. n. 1. J. specialties on the market. liberal conIJ I. Ill 1.K.1B t l1t-11 lUlllir 0I1 .i" nyox jier'eiictt m Hie war. sible for them to make a verdict, where- fire from the grate ignited a joist beHaving You Been Coughing ii ur jimilvfriii" fsnbiilain''r Evo and iif nm-.- m K..m hv tracts made, salary or commission. r lmUtCUIe, tias none me more goou than a. Tl.,?.,.,,.- hearth, or that the fire?Un ninrnwnt. TtfunV TP1-- .1f1 -I- E t .iT. c,l -j I... !1, ... . a. dav. a week, n month, w ycaV? Dr, Co., Cleveland, upon they were discharged. Bowman neath the Commonwealth Oil ,iin,idred d.jct im and I a or ics :.Lic ? was and be his bond fixed will cures, that IWI IV i well of bt0IlliK b troHUles. n ws placed in jail and not yet secured. placethe tireotherwise defective had eaten Ohio. bo no doubtofit. was discovered it cotiglu Tlieiu ai, fore at Sl.oOO. w hich he has nJkvoAo itniwdy ior boto riTOlcsiJ Tnrji mo ale ofier: found wilh prc- -i equally It has rnrr d "mauyothenioc. Isocure chapped feu?, chilblians. Uopkinsvillc has secured a compro The jury, as we loarn from reliable holes in the floor, burned tho carpet, vprt. it. . the banks uy 'their, Kource, stood, oncfor i6nviuliQU,0iie and smoke was issuing in volumus mise bv which It ,mfl chronic wrceyw.; Khody. - . Ulwle Jsh,d-JJ- ttl no pay. CuitBtiiMtthw) prvntK.th bedy-ffof the handsoine new in full, with 0 per cent, interest, for acquittal, and len that would not from the windows taxes sttCirnMiHir Hesj(if w4, nmttftr Csilv- - CeaMkHt- !)' A tMidr te Bt fifcf a fever, it -- Green MoutHi)iiv.statf. . Br.v Vermont for 1894, 1807 and 18KS, and bettle for commit themselves. Thero were three, structure. rs vtetmtjgj'UHHm-vfmfejasfc yhaS a borao oeet yftm. febd t 3.r?' MWWmn Hyl-- iiH 'C will..w , f .."4 &" t t I Ti ft fi r" t P ff" v. "- -i t hxito ra, .i7L Appellate however, that agreed to compromise by The ceiling of tho bank was damaged 1 Af under the 1905 and J89 ntreiCTBH nemm:tcfMwi nonHiBilt. ' 'lOBKl. DlGoa TfHUfBSr HMi f K- - i ftevnw iMr ,innuHHir tu Wit may reach c- L , ' !flPpl 1hi decision, the taxes for JS93 being giving the defendant the lowest pen- aud the loss altogether Court JS ' CbtWtr.'Ine FwAiior.-Tl-B 5 Slwer, Tke litter. itlrl'-V- m tfcl9tf3k:6 IWljt lfsaid, hut excepting Dr. Uur l' alty, but the balance would net'eonsent 42,000. if remitted. Jj . T r. j fs ' " fllSBSSSMHpi''!;' ii i TrTTr-To. t teumwi z mK nrnn " "" " TZV&?rj per rmt. and fo cnvletiw. Tan years, ws tile izhll46 lfl eaMtiri ff. S "tkW W PrrTlm5i Hirhroond accented 70 a.' A ' ik. tTMW, i jcraUMt ,. BUraiwe. i C " or u $2,000 boad e r ' x 'l-- 3LSfejM Tir. 'IK.'' : f. ". fpre for round d One and trip to points East of Mississippi and 1S0S. fconth of Ohio river via L.&N, Dec l22to 20th, and Dec oOth, to Jan 2, good leturning untill Jan ith. give ' -- I im iwi - f ! ns j ? 8 eadyto fjr 10-- 4 all-wo- bread-makin- g yard-wide, yard-wid- bis-cu- 10-- 4 yef-terda- ... - "ii ii i i There is no other stand that, can clothes you as stylishly and as serviceably as we can and at so little price. Same i one-ha- lf Covington one-eigh- th ts J w , 25" car-loa- co. e. K! i-t fefrO T7T" l d OUR WfFLYERSI ''a 'a old stand, but much larger. m '"7m Mitchell. cany I S Everybody Knov OLDHAM WW COMPANY. Wf, vsmj vjffr VA xj k. h H - Uow-lan- d, REMEMB ER Thtjrman Ghoceiiy Co., l'ine-Tar-Honei- Suiler. f $ ff w j i j , $7 50 - , pure-bloode- d Tii-to- e I'ine-Tar-Hon- I -: 101 ni Mil-ler'- b Dyspep-Zdili- a 21-3- ui $12 00 Suits Indi-gestio- q. per-bo- SUITS ' 1 1 - oods m the-troubl- e I i -- -i- J ..-Ii at i - :v , - I'ine-Tar-Hone- y. ofhouse-breaLin- " i i I I ;; Jersev-JeiseYl- Mue :. iILfi-rJ.XoC;- j . t .... j. . :: tj-e- y - . . i rri-ii- Everything in our store is fresh and new, no old goods and the lowest price that cash can buy -- - - Salt-Ivhsu- iii I J3 1 f e 1AX1L I I "T II I them for. Pitic-J'ar-Hm- ier -- r."" T"",T;7-."r:r.rir;:XrTr Fwle. '-- "' V l CltalulUj-!ilV('n..,- l, l.-- ''"- - H. ,.-- J. STRENG t. TA ll fhtajoccpii.lrtisWiipeiWHti ? yAji.-sjJirj-.Lu,L.iK- Ik "H5--- H , peltyeWreih sri if. r m i ll -- - fSr L Y . ,,& CCSRrti -- :!i '4 sjr.ri r' .nsM.f F 1 .r -- r . -- ( iSL -- "-- - 1 WsT. K. ?C" '' rM ?- lns: a 1 - rIox. F.&f"1 " fcT i"' 1" , -- v- - .!' - " " "' - 'J - m. v y"L ,-- v .j HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, V. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. PAEKEBSBnitG, if$k 4wBr flK JrB K m Mini! EGGS-lG- Produce Met. Low Rates Reported every Tuesday at noon by E. Deatherage & Co., Staple aur Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. jc Your 27-3- 0, to New Orleans, La., December Account Southern Educational Association. W. D. SUMER.-JO- HN flOSHAL. .- -. . - " "" -- . " .oo... ..r ... cash; 18c in trade. V. Va., January 26, 1995. Tiie Weight Mm. Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen: I have been using Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1S94, and find them to be as recommended. I lirt-- t becan taking them while at Hot Sprinss. Aik, under treatment for Sciatic Ilheumatijiu. Liv:r and Stnmaeli trouble Constipation wiich I had been a long sufferer. I fouid thej Celery Capsules pave me j:reat relief iroin the beginning and have used them ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited. I lecoimnend them to any and) all suffering with like afllictious or either of them. Very truly yours, CiiAKLK. T. Caldwell. Sold by T. S Hagan, Drnsmist Price 50c ents and $1.00 per xx. Call at drug-s'or- e 6- and cet fre- - fcamnle- j BUTTER Choice country, 10 15c. 3JEESWAX 20 25c WOOLClear grease wool, JC13c; hurry, WA . I 'MitatP SUM1" THE EXCaiENCE OF SYRDP OF FIGS CHEESE Country, 10c-TIMOTHY SEED Sl.35$1.50. 1015c; tub washed, 25c. SEKD-$4.50$5- CLOVER .00. ' "2"our doctor knows all about foods and medicines. The next time you see him, just ask him what ho thinks of Doctor Knows er 35LTJE GRASS Goc; extra clean, SEED Stripped, -- 50 C075c; fancy clean, eon's Emulsion phosphites. to trust in his answer. All druggists hsII Dr. Miles ?ervo ria-stcr- ALL VJOhlEN houM know that tlie , O.J il2c" Krmetlj-- to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California. Fig Svkup Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing' the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the CALiroitxiA Fig Sveup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the California Fig Sritur Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. fcN" LOUISVILLE. Kj. is due not only to the originality and simpUcity of the combination, but also pure seed, SK?$1.33. IRISH POTATOES BACON LARD 10c. of Cod-Liv- 4050c; with Hypo- Wo are willing Oil On account of the Annual Meeting of tho Southern Educational Association to bo held in the Crescent City, December 27 to 30, 1S9S, The Southern Rail way will sell round-tritickets from s'ations on its line in Kentucky to Xew Orleans at rate of one fare for the round trip plus two ($2.00) dollars. The Southern Railway oilers a splene did and fast time. For information, maps, rates, sleeping car berths, etc., call on your nearest agent, or War. II. Tay-loAsst. Gen'I. Pass. Agt. p train-servictime-cards, Slimer&Hoshal, LITE STOCK SALESMEN, Union Stock Yards, m . m PLTEnAYSE e, Cincinnati, O. HAMS 10c iQt 8,'s c ORCHARD GRASS RKD TOP 50c. SEED KYE 00c. MR. McKINLEY'S fl.2551.35. MONEY VIEWS. fi:ancici. janS-l- y .NEW VI1KK, N. Y. cl I Is S P7.iir' lr t : r i LtaK f Xfc ; i the lest Irregular!:' u ' fter lvt ksec . J' T-t-r" :r. Fn-ia- Organs, fchoulano I L?t ai. 'i before CMld-Birt- Corrects all TO OUR SUBSCRIBERSIMPORTANT. The QuaVer Valley Mfg. Co. ol Chicaco have requested us to announce that they liaie severd al thousand sets of the finest coin War Memorial Spoons left over from their recent distribution. They will mail, postpaid. fcilver-plate- " jave stood tile Icnc Co., CJiat- - i . ft " '- --' scribertothe CLIMAX, who will send name a postal Perrv A Thomas, druggfets, saccessors to W. and address spoons, card will do theIf, on most u find them dec8-Iy- r reccint of tbe O White. - Wheeler & Wilson Sewing rflP Lit ,9 exquisitely beautiful hpecimens of the siUerT8 cents, as payment in full, within SO dajs; if not nieasec. reinm spoons immeuiaieij. iacii spoon Is of a different design coffee size showing soldiers in camp in Cuba, Morro Castle and four V. S Battleships. They are imperishable mementoes of the late war, and every subscriber should accept this most remarkable offer, and obtain a set before it is too late All that's necessary is to say you're a subscriber to the CLIMAX Uhis is important) and that jou except Memorial Spoon Offer. Address QUAKER VALLEY MFG. CO., 357 West Harrison St., Chicago. after-dinner augSI-i- m f3 "m --- " z'zc -. i4ejf J- xwm-- ' "tm. i -' - zvexz e LtSr l "jrSiv- - gy rf jirJf(V"R' Jpip I have rented for 1898 the sex cral houses advertised by me last December, but h ive now four or five other nice cottages, well located and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at mv office over Messrs. White &. Gibson's store, with Stephen O. Parrish. Attorney-at-LaFLOBIOA II. PARRISII, Attorney and Agent jan26-t- f Read This -JL3- I-ECONOMIST Rotary Motion and RANGES I Ball Mfmvi earing s, jSSrVS .rjrS"C ' !T(I. fZ. iffc.ThE !ioDH ( v5SS3Sv r- r" SSJ!HSfl i!,iudil asfcsvga v . ,. , . The following article was taken from the Colorado Deniocra.t,und was written by its able Managing Editor, Mr. R. M. Foiee: If there is now any Colorado Repub- lienil ;rhn !li'nl'M fir iiriffnl - tr 1A. - -. neve nis party invors oiinetaiiisni, or that President McKinloy is a bimetall-is- t, he had better study the following of his message: tno "The present condition of the treasury justifies the immediate enactment of legislation under which a portion of the gold holdLuns .should be placed in a trust lurni from which greenback should be redeemed upon presentation, but when once redeemed should not thereafter be paid out except for gold. It is not to be inferred that other legislation relating to our currency is not requiied; on the contrary, theie is an obvious demand for it. The importance of adequate provision, which will insure the future money Maudaid, re- lated as Olir Illonej Standard HOW IS to u,at .f....,,..,..,.-!- .! lnalb, IS 'ener aUy reconied. A companion uropo- .Sltld that our domestic paper currency shail he kept ae and yet be related to the needs of our industries and international commerce as to be adequate and responsive to such needs, is a proposition scarcely less important." Mr. McKinley would burn the currency candle at both ends so as to insure a speedy and uiimistakableattain-men- t of the gold single frtauJard system. He would retire the greenbacks, the peoples money, for the safety of which the whole wealth of the nation is i"cueu, iuiu at me samu iiuit; iiuaru up, gold, the money of the plutocracy, for their redenition, thus contracting amount oi money in circulation by a double process, and hen three hunor thereabout, mildred and forty-silions of greenback money were gathered in and destroyed, and the equivalent of gold money had been paid out to the money conspirators, he would then recommend a similar amount of interest bearing bouds.to be issued in their stead; which bonds not being money, would be stored safely away in bank vaults, drawing interest because they were -- Emulsion for paleness, weakness, nervous exhaustion, and for all diseases that cause loss in flesh. Its creamy color and its pleasant taste make it es pecially usetui tor trim, ana delicate children. No other preparation of cod-livsr oil is like it. Don t lose time and risk your health by talrincr something unknown and untried. Keep in mind that SCOTT'S EMULSION has stood the test tor a quarter of a century. in J $1.00: all druecKK. uc UOWNb, Chemiits, New York. & SCOTT years docFor twenty-fiv- e tors have proscribed our 3Our Commission charges arc $3.00 per car Soothing, healing, cleaning, oleans-i.ig- . for hogs, 60c. per head for cattle. De Witt's Which Hazel Salve is Reference Western German Bank, Cincinscpt7-limplacable enemy of sores, burns nati. Ohio. the and wounds It never fails to cure Idea Piles. You may relv upon it Doug- Wanted-- An Protect Tour Idea.: thor mar bring you wealth. las & Wells. Write JOHN WUUDEHUUBN & CO- - Patent Attory A I C -- E"S 5 4 X 25c. 50c. iSIHliJ9ll'9llt ftZfelMwBw,'BS. " KI' Capt. Dreyfus will return to Paris and have a retrial of his case, which promises most sensational evidence in regard to rottenness in ihc French arms stair. Dreyfus is a Jew, and. in cotifequence of the intense fjelii g against his people in France, was tiicd and condemned on falno evidence to life imprisonment, for the alleged sde of army secrets to the German war of lice. C. for their St.SOO prlio offer and list ot mo hundred laventlou woatsd. neyg, Washington, D. innnloal)i)(lttlii)tol)ioii.1ii),oiirnniiir-i- '' iWHiMliBBIll' - - " i r druggists. '""-- t 1 iiara-;rai)b- s most palpable way by which to defeat their nefarious scheme would be to n to the money of the constitution whice never ollVred any incentive to hoard any particular kind of ir, except by occasional individuals With silver remonetized and restored to free coinage on a par with gold, and at its recognized ratio, the whole evil would pass away. True, it would change the plans of the plutocrats, hut then it is time to learn that they are but a small class of the people and by no means necessary to the republic or its welfare, but are on the contrary its bane and are destroying its prosperity bv absorbing an immensely undue nro-- 1 portion of the products of labor, lea-in- g A Ludlow otliriiil has invented a policeinau's club that contains a small electric search liht AVith it small objects can be irftide visible at a dis tauce of a hundred yards on the darkest night. Twiilllllt ilJfeSll'iW4 ff fflMslIti,liT zk maWSitu ffl'VMfflBB ! flVJ Piney forests of Norway Ring in the new ''Ring out tho old Ping out U10 false Ring in the true " 'S ,0 yu e new an true rom tne Pft" p&jT g ff n ffi I i H 1 I n S S W I Ik 1 " lHii .fj 'l S nD E3JT! e , T 531 means pain, danger and possible death for some wives. For others it m wis practicallv no d.scotnfortat all. There 13 no reason whv child birth should be a period of pain an i dread. Several months before a woniin Iwcomes a moth?r she should prepare herself for the critical oideal. There is a preparation made which i3 intended for this purjwse alone. The name of thi3 wonderful preparation is ilitiUIBI 0 S- r ( J jS IKVtftty? 'SmmlBUfm 1mKy W'fr iu JfMmMLlH B5r HM7UJi"M'nj mJ in "fly vBBBU a 3 science Nature's most natural remedy, improved b 10 a ricusuui, rcruiunciii, rusiuvc Zri isif i of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. microbe-bearin- g mucus is cut out ; the cause of that tick'ina .is rerrroveJ. and the inflamed . . . . niemDranes are neaiea ana soouieu so tnat tnere 's no mc''n2t'on to cough. SOLD by ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS W wm the laborer to financially situated that he cannot alien I to generate, to purchase a sufficiency of the nccessai-i- e of liTe to keup his family from abject poieity. Uut unfortuately, the United States seems to think, with his fellow plutocrats, that the prosperity of a nation consists in the mere accumulation of wealth by a few, not on its distribution among the many, and thus we have the classes and the masses. Teat Throbbing Headache Whould quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thous " Friend. x, amis of suileiers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood and strong nerves and build upyour health. Easy to take. Try them. Only cents. Money back if not cured. Sold by 1 Perry & Thomas, Druggiht. 2-- " ens' Ai JOTL County Court Days. Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison count', first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, &econd Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. Danville, Boylo county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark countv, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. n Z2ViZ-- rr i I t"P 7 X -rt m&& k&AcHw ggprT?s3'fre j.wanEDsgAsQy For salt-by m r- Dewey Music Co, Rich JiSE YOU A DEilOCEAT? nil atlnev rAadfi! "Thprn is n nlace for cverylhine," and for everything to be'j la Us jlace. the LOUISVILLE DISPATfH ' xt.eld find a place in the home of every DEMOCRAT in (he SUXNV SOUTH. Th- Diepatch is the people's japtr, ouned by the peoplv. Dd i always ready to figh for the cause of the people. IT STANDS SQUARELY OX THE CHICAGO PLATFORM, without the aid or consent of tht Geld Bus Monopolies, and a fair compar-m- i of its news service (now being over leased Hires by the Xew York Chicago Ister Ocean and the Su. the press Association) with that of Xor&cro any other paper, will fully verify its McV.a. "If you ece it ia the Dispatch it's sa. aad if it's it is always in the DisAn 3 patch." Tbe Dispateh also has a staff of over JW active correspondents in the South, and will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS of any other LouisilIc paper. Get the DiopaU'h. it piv's tbe news and tells the truth about it. Daily. S papes. Sunday. 24 pages. Week-oars We tlub with the Weekly Dtepath a: tht remarkably low price of $$1.25 , A. YEAR. . Wi V t?r r .iwii . te v. '4fcl PARLOR "ay SALOON WHEN IN TOWN. Coolest :uid most refreshing1 of drinks that win be found in the city :ire dispensed by and accommodating clerics. up-to-da- te Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. Phone 3. JtlCMOSD, i Second St. KY. Within three-quarters i- - ; ' when he says: ''The importance of adequate provision nhich will insure the related as W our future money standard, jienerally money standard now is recognized," If he does not mean the .old single standard, he wrote that paragraph to deceive. And what does he mean by "a companion proposition A Frightful that, our domestic paper cuirency shall lllunilrr Koofill"', Guttering be kept safe and vet related to the "Will often cause a horrible Burn, 1111(1 GcHCl'ltl needs of our industries and internation- Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bueklen's Arnica . ,.r . al commerce, as to bo adequate and re Salve, the best in the world, will kill .Jot) H Ol'K sponsive to such needs, is a proposition the pain and promptly heal it. Ones scarcely less important." If he means Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, the paper issuances by irresponsible Felons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions. private corporations liable to be wrecked Best Pile cuio on earth. Only 2o ct& a at any time by sudden runs for deposit box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by PereULlmvU rWEfsaiEBi w in-j and redemption of paper issuances ry & Thi mas, Druggist. 1 stitutions at the mercy of burglars and DR. CALDWEUL'S Ii. fc N. earnings for November show dishonest then he can be an increase of $L'21.7S6 over the same dcrstood. 'CURES CONSTIPATION. Does the 1'iesident mean the domes- - period last year. tic paper he refers to and which must Jleadnclte. and Xeurnlgia cured by Dr. l)f lnnl-- ,ssllC8' frr lle ,mP,. The Western Horseman, published AllL&s' PAIX PILLS. "Ono cent a dose." ment ibbiics destroyed, must be guaran at Indianapolis, Indiana, at $2 00 a teed by the very government he ceems year, and issued every Friday, stands inadequate to issue safe paper monej? at the head of Turf and Trotting and If he does, then he must mean to Pacing horse journals, is handsomely recommend Congress to violate the illustrated with pictures of noted horses constitution and make the issue of pri- and gives all the horse news from Calivate corporations legal tenders in pay- fornia to Maine. If at all interested ment of debts, cither that or hisrecom-medatio- in trotters or pacers subscribe for it The great annual Souvenir number has no meaning. Private person's never make a run on will be issued February 10, and will be "5'vtc, V$c, 'SoTuau.o the National treasury for gold in place worth moie than the price of a year's auu, 3xcaAcw bws.. of greenbacks, and if they did they subscription. It goes free to all sub-could by no possibility deplete the scribers to others i'5 ctnts per copy. Six of the liet Fire Insurance Comtreasury; for the gold would flow iu at L'v speeiil arrangements with the panies in the United States. Losses paid we are enabled to send the the doors in greater streams than it could promptly. Western Horseman $2.00 per year, and be paid out at the windows, even In the Prudental, you are offered the though there were 11 line of people a the Weekly Climax 1.50 per year, best Life Insurance attainable, and on both for 2.23 during the year 1S!)9. mile long awaiting their turns. the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again ne the best We nov23-t- f Besides the people prefer greenbacks Give us your oider. will not transact business with irresponsible companies. to gold. It is the bankers and broken? The exneriment of "overnment own 261 Second Street, who conspire to deplete the treasury ersllin of tcegr.ll)h and telephone lines Up Stairs. for the double purpose of attaining the is t0 be trietl Porto RQ. At the control of the money of the country and end of six months results are to be re44-4-MM-interest bearing bonds. Audit would ported. seem to be more in accordance with his 0E0. W. RlhKY sworn duties as chief executive of the Overcome evil with good. Overcome nation, for Mr. McKinley to recommend your oonghp ami colds with One Jlimite Of Shelhyville, Ky., Recommends such legislation as would check the Cough Cure. It is so good children Wright's Celerv Capsules. Shelhyville, Kv., May 2G, '90. To conspiracy. And tho simplest and cry lor it? It cures croup, bionchitis, Wright .Medical Co., Col., 0.: Most women approach pneumonia, grippe and all throat and Gents I have purchased a box of the critical period of lung dibea-ses- . Douglas & Wells. motherhood for the first Wrieht'a Celery Capsules from G. U. time with a sense of Middelton, druirsrist. and used them for The new river and harbor bill to be dread and foreboding Sour Stonianb, Torpid Liver and Consti-- j lest the ruth presented to Congress contains an app.ition and found that they gave me im-- j less hand of propriation of 5300000 for continuing mediate relief every time. 1 think it an death should excellec remedy. snatch them the wot I: on Kentucky river. away and leave Yours very truly, the expectant " - rjzg SfIi Sjffijp gJ f idle. Thus would the President of the U ni- t'd States aid the money power in its conspiracy to obtain the sole coutiol of the money of the country. If this view ht-- i is not correct mere neeos anmierpreiei I , to explain what Mr. McKinley meant Gv? t W h'e B ft 4 v ft A W nearly ill suffer-inj- r. Best results follow if the remedy is iioed during the whole j period of preg- - Plan, Life Insurance Reversed. We Pay While Yon nancv. It is the only remedy of the They Pay WhenYou Die. kind in tne world that is endorsed by physicians. l per bottle at all OVER S128.000.00 PAID IN MATURITIES. drug stores, or tent by mail on receipt OVER $50,000.00 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. of price. Kp.er Books con taining invaluable m- COUPONS MATURED NOVEMBER, 1S08. fr.rirtnt trm fr.rnll wmnpn Address. any au Name win 00 sent 10 Lexington, Ky ire&s upon application to Kale S Jironn danger and childbirth, and takes away all organ con corned in gives elasticity to every distension, the muscles aud relieves the It tcrnallv to be applied ox liniment relaxes It is a U r iIwtw WnaSs ml r a m w Jwbi i . "7 1 'N&1 II Hnllte-!! 11 h 'triiir yfK? rate ' tne ' r iiniw ml l tnat For sale by Perry & iKiv In (rrlp as well as cougjis and colds. It makes I nntn stronz. Mrs. 1L A. Sletcalle, Pcducah, Ky. I AM 88 YEARS any rtniedy equal to Dr. jJcU'b It pives quick and permaucntrrlkf Yi OLD, and never Thomas, wit 1 11 Bottles Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sizes BE SURE YOU GET used ik if liii-- frJ lll ft ! (v MuMf LU llCtU J.J J.w 111 iOIUUT please remember iu and w will show you many things that will 5ftL UNDECIDED sm'Prise yu- - Come and be con&,iti&vinced aud do not take our word 5r We quoie no fabulously low sftW" for anything-.prices, but our aim is to please our customers mm j? Yh Af y 1100 iSBM !ktSff&Cjlt il. CIO . L. j?s 'Zr - - - f, . 9ra Bell's s both in pitic-- e axd quality. Cfl Pine-Tar-Hon- ey succe-or- to W. G. White. Ift Mm Mm 1 tastal Company, Live, g sa JU! L0 ! ?o Of Lexington, Kentucky. I iParSor Cabinets, And many other nice and attractive ar tides such as are only found in a first clasis Furniture Store. Tbe Br2ild y lierulitor Co, .llir.tz, Ca. an.-l- c I have about is ! B Warren Mrs Mary I! Hunter . A K Mityzuek William 1 Close . . Skookuin Gulcli I'ool E .... . 5.e$e, ate, . . Louisville, Buck tier, Lexington, vt liio v.os "To cheat a customer is to kill business." "Permanent profit can only come from satisfied buyers." "We repairevery possible mistake yours as well as our own." "We will thank any customer to tell us. how to improve our service." "Tall talk and small performance may o for awhile but they brinjjf 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 jjrant." "We alvays try to be polite and attentive." WE ARE HIE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM. Twenty-Thoroug- h NaMPSYFJ'RPni vii i strains) at $1.00 each. Call on or address HARRY S. MORGAN, no-2-- Brahma Cockerels for sale at SI. 00 each. Also afew Thoroughbred Mammoth Pekin Drakes (Rankin, Hallock aud Newman bred Light C5eo W Ntiukols Milton Johnson . J elf Burns Joint H Allen . . . J 1 Moore . . . . . S V Fry . . Or T () Meredith . Geo V Fitzgerald Mnrv Hall .... V . . . . Maysville Lexington, Bnrgiu Georgetown, " " Lexington, " J Hliakifr'. tf White's Station, Madison Co., Ky. Newport News Sy". Sallie Bishop . J M Albeit . . P, Bradley . . II II Hngan . . F II Norton . . I Newport News, Va Leesburj:, z--7 1 The World Almanac and & Encyclopedia for 1899 AND " 1YRUP odii-er- PE1PSI 1111-- 1 liutte, Mont Mndisonvillu Oweiibboro. " " Lexington, NMidd'etowir' " Lexiiijiton Camden. Ark ". I exington, . Ihirrotlsbunr, . Lexington, . TIFF - OLDHAM NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. ' I S. F. Rock, for; ! Harry u est . . Mary Tolls. . Jacob Kirn . . J II Baker George Bolion . Marv Hall . . W L Threlkeltl .... . . 21 &&&&&&&&&&& u Illustrated History of the Spanish-American Howard Shepherd War O jt J! JL Jt J jt ot JL O & READY FOR SALE "J " EVERYWHERE "J Jst, J899. JANUARY jt jt jt jt o Ot O J Ot jt Jt jt jt Jt jt J& M son .' lonumefltal Works 1863. JJ O Abliilil Berniee liggleatoii F B Mann . . Cincinnati, Ohio " Ltxington, Yen,.iilles Lexington, ESTABLISHED 0 50 . 9 oO . 8 30. 0 50. 8 50. ! 50 . U 50 . !) 50 . S 50 . S 50 7 50 . (! 50 . 8 50 . ' S 50. 7 50. 7 pub-hVie- " John O ltogers C li Tyler John H Allen J F Jejtt . . . '. . " J J ..'... . . , Newport News, Vsi Carrohon, Lexington, 20 20 17 JAMES T. HAMILTON, Propkietor. 20 Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and JJ I. Connell Together with C A Liinlell . . U II Daniel IJoone Club K je2-l- y j ,- - The Battle Calendar of the Republic Compiled by -- - L Kleiderer Daniel Swope F 33 Johns W A and A M Sheiy .... . . ... Richmond, .. " lAixington, . ' 17 Butte, Mont. 20 20 20 17 American Warble and Granite. Henderbon, Tt 17 15 12 FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who are contemplating buying Marble, Granite, or any kind of Cemetery "Work, will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in the of the M. 3S. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand a large stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all classes of buyers FMu. W G. GOUCH3SU. one of the best workmen in Central Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work in every phnse. 1'arties living at a distance should write to ns for designs, which will bo furnished on application. v- EDGAR STANTON MACLAY Hutorun cf the U. S. Navy. OF 160 ACRES, of a mile of Owensboro, Ky. Every inch of it is as rich as cream. It lies on the best pike in the county: the land is rolling to level: 90 acres 9 - Geo. W. Riiev. - w ITBURNSGAS? The Ke Acerjlenc Cas Bicycle Lamp. Ka .t Jf K3 lgtej S YkZL" THE STANDARD " AMERICAN ANNUAL. PRICE 25 CENTS. B F Powers Thomas C 15ell D Gray Falconer . . . . Z T Brovles Mrs G It Alleu Ed Kane Mark Stevens Cumberland Club . . . . . . Jjawrenceb'rg'' Harrodsbnrg " " Lexington, Louibville, Chicago, 111 17 17 ..;.. ... . ....;. . " '1 Y 15 15 15 . Lexington, Somerset, Lexington,- - 7 50 . 0 50 . G 50. 50. 50. 12 12 12 ( Miss PW Anna Knoble Nesbitt.. F J Eiehcnberger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , Buildings: An elegant two and a half story new brick of 10 rooms, the finest farm residence in the county; immense barns; 3 tenement houses, one 01 "wincn is n gooa trame of 5 rooms and complete set of buildings which really makes it a separate farm. "We will sell this place at an unusually low figure $14,000. f Terms, cash, balance iu one, two. thr.ee-- four and liveyears". Send for our list of farm for sale. one-hal- are in grass; excellent water well, cistern and spring. Jrgfev Bil E.Ti5l!bi tPSgjJI Men SOOT, .. nnrinr nor 9 sa0KE 8fi&SEHB&y iri-?s , DiHGEB $M It can't iarortlow oat lite an Oil Lamp. . A3S0LUTELy Lilht cotN ot n CMit an hour. Throws n clear, white liznt Iff) fet nla4. Sen J fur arcutJ' ami lean atutUjo . . . Greatest Dicycle Lqj of tte Year From your dealer C . oricct picpiid or v'J'UV. WILLIAMS & LITTLE, aug2l-C- m 211', 3d St., Owensboro, Ky. BADGEB BRASS MF0. eOD KENOSHA, WIS. V v v if v -' jlyS-fin- ? Wanted-- An Idea 'Who lbtgtol!t-ut- ot aesseitiEBDi ? cactfelai YRUPINDiaCSTION.. N PEPSI ICURCS 'S ordinary diseases. Several chapters are devoteo to the diseases of women. For a paper covered copy send ar one cent stamps, to cover cost of mailing only, to the World's Dispensary Medical Association, Baffalo-;- N. Cloth binding, 31 tops. "FavoriteY.:i FfcscripOoa " caa be etoawtd M aay good Medicine store. --- and labor from the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.,' .Dr. Pierce'e Common Sense Medical Adviser used to sell for $1.50, now it is free. It tells all about .the of home-treatme- Pierce's Favorite Pre- The Climax wants fivo hunred new .scnption need feel subscribers by the first of the new year. one instant's misgiving about either herself or the prospective little one. In order to reach this end, some exThis matchless "Prescription " will give her exactly the kind of healthy vitality traordinary inducements will be made. she needs and at the time she needs it Until further notice the. following will most It will give elastic endurance to be oiiered to subscribers. the entire" delicate organism inolved in motherhood. It will make the coming of The Richmond Climax and baby absolutly free from danger and nearly Twiee-a-wee- k Courier-Journa- l, free from pain. It will insure the baby's start iu life by hoth for oue year $1.00 imparting, through its influence upon the mother, that sturdy infantile vigor which The Climax and The "Weekgladdens a mother's heart. It is the only medicine which can be implicitly relied upon for this purpose ; and the only rem- ly Louisville Dispateh, $1.25. edy expressly designed by an educated, exThe Climax and the Horn perienced physician to give perfect health and strength to the delicate, special organand Farm, $1.30 ism of women. The Climax and either the Mr. Joseph Ramsey, of Williams, Colleton Co., S. C, writes: I have been using your medicines for some lime and am happy to say that The Cosmopolitan, Munsey's they have done all that you claim for them, t think they have no equal in the world. I would or McClure's Magazise, $2.00. advise all women while in a delicate state to use Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It The Climax and the Louisshortens the time of birth and makes the labor easier. My ivife is the mother or five children ville daily evening post, $3.. and she suffered almost death iu tho birth of them unUI this last one; the line of birth was The , Climax and "Weekly short, easy, . no woman who fortifies herself with the strengthening' power of Dr. little darlinir motherless. But Here's Your Chance. 0tt Postpaid any to zddre&. Building, Some Extraordinary Oilers by Tlie Climax. THE WORLD, Pulitrer NEW YORK. Good & Cc V F White Instate.. M Finch Y D Finch . . . . L A M Grief L U Milward ' Madibonville," Chicago, 111 Lexington, '' 0 50. 0 50 . G 5:1 50. 50. . . 50 . 53 50 . ,51 . Jean Mclver ...... ". Louisville, . . j. . . Ixington, LoiiUville, REGENE ROB COMPLETE BLISS y. F H Norton . .- . . . Lexington, Baltimore, Md K1 .. ;ni R A Good D B Good - Kcircs . RF Johnson J T Murray . , . . -- Lexington, . ' 52 50 . 52 50. . 52 50 . "51 50 . . 50 50. 50 50 . 49 .5" . ' 4.1 50 . 49 50 12 12 12 153 153 147 150 150 3grYOUR l'ATRONAGE SOLICITED- .- JK7VY&S O. H7S7VUL.TON, Proprietor. Richmond Market It's poor logic to agree that all meats arealike. Our meats are the best. "We cattle, is why we have always enjoyed a good share of Richmond's patronage. Those that have not favored us with orders in the past will he convinced, by giving us a trial order thatour Beef, kill-first-clas- 150 147 141 114 141 s ihe Great U now -- 3-M - . . . Dr A P Taylor W B Anderson and wifo John It Fisher . 4G50. 47 50 Louisville", " .";-- . . suwt Dr Dr S II S A Danaklson . . . A M Newton rnv rrnrii or excry mrrlca: MissSE Adams iJiLns tPKitmont Is to4uxel7 runinti itl lotur tho mit ciijs ot Xcnrnni IKTiUu .. ot J M 3veano Wast Ins l)ii.se. ulililn ofllip ti- - ir Ui:(ai'i;;tO. Vousi; ni:i their lost manhooil, aril OIil Jlcn ill thctr youthful M It Invigorates t full lirsandxlsoT, nllsuilfrefMrpiiiEcintiui Wc.ik neses. Impowncr, Vancoct-Wxislitlr Kuiltolor.5. IvtUniliinml Macular Power A Xeiv Man. .... . v.qiijcngoplll Lexington, . . 4" 50 . -- . . . " . . I'hx.lrnlly It nets pmrcrfiiljjr nail nuut.! IVrrc.-- J. It l!ni'rrliil J T Meyer M Metcalf iMArmstrong. a'l rti-ov- ro-Dre- s . BF'Bentbii.'. A Mason ....... . : ."Xoxingtdn, I JunctionjCityi rtri Danville" riix ",. . - 47 45 40 40 45 44 44 44 43 50 . 50." 50 50 50 . -- ,42t50 , . . . V . . Cincinnati Enquire, $1.50 The Climax and Ohio Farm, $1.90. - The Climax can also fur nish any paper published in MRQEAOXEDICAl,,823 the United States or Europe OFor sale ia Richmond bv Frrr "Droggiet. at reduced rates.' , ilcmory, Va'cf.llue?s. KvU I)rr-.!:- n, c of Con'ilencc-- . r.nil ml cTect or kolf nhr.v. or srxn.il cscei anil I cili rrttln , kUi li unC" one ior bolns. ai3y or nuirvH'. II t"; :;, c : r cociatc.xctoths root of tho 'ivcase-tli- at U vW itcarev Ills tho crcnlMtncri" Totilr In Itramn C tltatlswlirltclrcs Visor nail trtiopnialre-lorr- r. lio Fire of Youth. It It ft tmrveloas UIooJ tha I'lah lor Imck t ip pale rlirrlt. 1 Istuion Um Injociiim RS ITU to K t:t 1 O Can tjoearriot In vest iKxkct. Ilrinall Pl.3a ixr lK)r. ct els- - for 3.00. Wc tlifcrfnlly rrfcnd theraoiipv where ttx Imxes Uo n Clrcatani f ree. .Address tho American O3!cocf inn X: Wca W HSherifiuai-- . .. . 50 50 . 50 50 . 123 140 135 135 135 135 129 132 132 129 129 120 12G Mutton, Pork and other Meats, are not excelled by any market Fresh Fish Kecieved Daily. n vegetables such as Beans, Potatoes, Ppas, Cabbage, Onions. Lettuce, Ac, ic., can be found In oar market at all times. Thanking you lor cast Datronaze I solicit a continuance of same. Home-growBad-dlsh- 120 123 $1,995. 10 Total ....... . . Profit Over Cost '4 -- ..-- SI ,945 50 . Telephone AJD..DovVas, Mackej- .3,049.00 BoildJsg,4ain St. FOR FUBHINFORMATION ADDRESS Ffon) Rowel 1' any-pape- Newspaper Directori. eBty f&sMVTk BOWMAN, MRS; Tiianu 1. T. JUJJLWS, L r liU Kctaet ly. iSecveari. " "The .Richmond, Ky., Clixax, weekly, is credited with tlw IftraftBt r ctrculatten accorded to in R1cihbb(1 or ia MadisoR "ir ia tfie'Eightk Congressional District;,- - Kf" The oaly paiwriB Madison cew.tY whieh MBMrts all the DaaMankte.. SW908rn, 5L25 h kim I ."firt ct.