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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1898 ric1898122801_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I T V ? ,- - THE RICHMON RICHMOND, THEY WANT TO COME HOME. CLIMAX. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1898. v - VOLUME 25. ( ) ( Death ) Accidents ( ) Comes (to ) MADISON COUNTY, His l.it Air. Ti. KENTUCKY, Was Sa I'd. NUMEEK 30. CampShipp, Axnision, Doc 13, f ii:t )( to all..)Many. lii--k ( KS'JS. Au.l) 1 ) Editor Climaji: Hcihg a nifiii'ifr - At U I may up your properly in an hour. You cannot afford to (3 earn these rixhs. Let j) itft earn them for you in The Manhattan Life, 5 take this menu-- ; f latui t f w lacrs in record to this Ittinit-nWo were mustered in on that nienmnihlp da, K, lul 4:1. i)S . ih 1 F' Mokes Baking AVAl Powder mfMd ABSQVUIEIX BOYAi. tUBE the food more delicious and wholesome Bump powpga co., hew ycrk. dll oai !(lf ciinus-:- iitli . Ji . 11 -, i .. (auseti.fiiiiei. nth , a. 11 .uii u iif eitcil bt induinali ) of New York. ne tw;i.i f..r llic p.o! We had often und of the vf tu t ffl OF m. FBU OF MRS. Written for the Climax. MY FIRST PHOTOGRAPH. ThePreferred Accident, of New York. of Hartford. The Phoenix Fire, l&SBMNCEI General Insurance Agents. CjcOktickMaixSt. decll-l- y iVS ACTIVE SOLICITOrtS WANTED EVEUY for "The Story or the Philippines" Murat llaltead, commissioned by the Govto the War ernment as Official The book uas written in army camps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with General Merritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu. :u Honp Kong, in the American trenches at Manila, in the insurgent camps with Apii-jaldon the deck of the Olympia with Dewey, jnd in the roar or battle at the fall of Manila. Itonanza for agents. Brimful of original taken by poverment photographer";, on the spot Large book Low price. Bib profits. Freicht paid. Credit Riven. Dror all trashy unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address, F '1 Barber. Sec'y , Star Insurance nidge , 1)V pic-lur- hicaKO. oet26-4- m WluAbtopa Xeuralcla? Dr. Miles Tain Tills. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. ATT0H1T3TS. 8. W. MILLER. Attousey-at-La- Richmond, Office in - - Kkntcckt. door the Burnam BuildinR, nextfeb3-l- y to armer's National Bank. Attorney-RICHMOND, Office a -- Law, op- KENTUCKY. over Taylor's Hardware store, posite Court Honpe, on Main Street. H. B. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. Richmond, Office No. 13 Firct St.. np stairs. 31 30 J. C. & D. M. CIIKNAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, Office on Second street, over Chen-anlt- 's procery. PHTSICIA1TS. DR. H. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond. Office in the Joe Ccilini building, 18 and ond Street, over Wnite .eld dtucstore. o Sec7- - CHAS. HOOKER, T ETERINA RY S0RGE0N, College. Graduate Ontario Veterinary Veterinary DentUtry and Sterility a Specialties-Ofup stairs, over store recently accu-Sic- d fice by Richmond Harness Co , East Mainy SU, Ky. aprT-l- IT. C. Medicine and Surgery. Office Collins Btiildinc, MajnStreet. Telephone at residence (the Cnrr place) on RlCnMONH, JASPEB, M. D - Broadway - - Kentucky. pr W. EVANS, M D., Physician and Surgeon, - - - - Kentucky. Richmond, DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner t'n Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond ej-Offi- and residence on Second Street. DENTAL SURBEBT. "Dt. "X)a.tTvTVtt "& DENTIST, Ky. to Government Building, ayOffice next door BichmSnd, Ky. Office hoars 9 to 1 to i. of Louisnille, 12-- novl7-l- y Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental Olfice of Dr. Hob-so- n, determination u e ill tile-- i and etitlenv-oreto piei;ui; ourMlv tti he to meet our foreign foe. We tlept in bad tents on hut lirle straw and jrieatly endnneied our health locary out lliose principles that we enlisted U uphold and maintain. We believe now that there ih more honor in belli! an American boldier in the time of war than to a be Roman soldier in the davs of Julius Caesar. But jet in the time of peace we believe there is no honor in being' an American soldier, if we are from that Mate that has been honored at home and abroad. We tevere the our Clays, our Lincoliis, our Bivckmridge.s, and all that host of honored Keutuckians, with our hearts burning with patriotism, but then we forget all our love for country and country's honor when we think how a few of our would urn doing niitl trying ti do Us by liomiiig us in the hervice of tliu I'nited States timply because they tie sire to dunv talanes such as they neer drew before, no dilference if our families and business at bonie suller tor the need of our hcrvice. The ollicers of our llegimeiit are willing to destroy homes and home comforis, cau m: the poor widow to be come faint and almost perish for bread with her only ton and only support held in the at that notorious Camp Shipp, simply because they mut have their $150 per month. We aie still loyal to ur flnj; and our loved ones at home. But upon the other hand how are we privates of the Mi Ky. being treated? Theie isa notoi ions if not a notable member among us. and not a private either, who has unwantingly misrepresented out wishes and feelinys iu every way conceivable. He has written to all the leading papers of the country that we were all very anxious to go to Cuba to do garrison duty, which statement is as black as the heart of its originator! This same gentleman, if you will excuse the phrase, gets hi $12." er month, besides what he gets for his caieless way of handling; the truth when hewiitcs to the Lexington Leader and other papers. As a w ink is as good as a nod to a blind horse, we will not mention his name for every one in the 4th knows who he is anyway Our officers have from the beginning denied us :i voice in all matters pertaining to our desires regarding our rcmaiuit.g iu service. We undertook to petition the War Department and were prevented by our inoneydoviiigsupeiiors, Not ery loug since we got np a .etition to our when some of our High .Muckity Mucks made a grand rush to stop it ami threatened mutiny and ever thing else that would blun" us. We are continually fined and dragged before Summary Court just because our superior delight iu human punishment and want to satiate their bad tempers by having a poor private fined $5 to $10 out of ids pitiful allowance of$lo,G0 ler month. Now. we believe in the constitution of these United Mates and in the protection of her citizens cither civilian or soldier. And with honor to the ashes of him w ho was such a great factor in the training of the document, let us lemember that paragraph which 6ays "all men are free and equal, with exclusive privileges to none," and let us 6k our large salaried superiors to reinember the same paragraph and pro bably they will just let the private alone with their petitions which tin derstantliug 01 the document gives us a right to formulate, sign seal and send, yet have to slip around to do the very things wo have a right It) do simply because well because we are igno. nfinouses from Ukj mountains and don t know any better. I guess that is w hat they say when they have their little secret talks 1 mean our captains, etc Now, as the great angle of peace is soaring over our beloved count rj without fear of harm, and as tratupson and Dewey have gained their laurels ami the great stuggle is over I desire to tell you and the world in general what the 4th Ky. does want here it is, in the voice of one man and liiiu altogether righteous wc want to go home! A Private of 4th Ky. Co. "A." -i y Ken-tiickin- next door to postofiice. QR. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. XA If any of my friends fail to receive my latest photograph I hone they will CHRIS P ELLERBE. be patient ami deal gently with meand fc Silver and Cut Glass Novelties, kindly w'nisper my name around tho DIAMONDS. St. Louis Republic Dec. 13. family hearthstone, and only curse me WATCHES. And Everything Kept in a Mrs. Eliza Rowland Francis, widow when 1 am far away out of reach of y?.lir. ipm f?n,GS. If broad or cake cracks on the top of John I). Francis and mother of their voices. I had a negative taken First Class Jewelry Store. SILVERWARE. J). K. Francis, died at the last week, hut as I am afraid to go back while baking, it is because theoven was X too hot when it was put in, and the home of her daughtei, Mrs. C. P. to get it, it may be some weeks before bDccial prices mad" on Wedding Present". crust formed before the heat had caused I inwtu all mj old friends and aa many new ones as want honest in Ferguson at 2 a m. yesterday. lean cat another one ;ilueb. and courteous treatment, to come and eiaminc my stock. the dough to expand. She had been an invalid many months I went around to see Air. Schlegal, Clocks ant- - Watches Repaired on short notice. and her death was not unexpected. who was represented to me to be the .o Higlit to Ugliui'Ss. She was surrounded by her relatives best photographer in Richmond, and I VA The woman who is lovely in face, at the time of her death. asked him if he thought he could make form and temper will always have A complication of asthmatic and a few resemblances of me, and if to JI.dW jfja 1 friends, but one who would be attracs iiiem-oiiesbronchial diseases which herndvaneed what would he charge me per lcsein-blanctive must keep her health If she is yearn and the rapid declino her health He seemed to he a weak, sickly anil all run down, she had undergone in the last few yean-madj man, and he sit me down on one of will he nervous and irritable. If she it impossible for her system to his barber chairs with red tassels and has constipation or kidney tiouble, her WV W W Wk .tvi & Wk Wfr W fc V-- fr resi;t, was the cause of death. Slit .rold sliewdads on it, ami lie pulled out impure blood will cause pimples, bio -- ' . w-- r whs OS years old. v v iv- - v ia v something that looked like a pis ol and dies, skin eruptions and a wretched v tar- - r ur v i i was a woman of re- rillumed it into my face, and slapped Mis. Franci-complexion. Elect! ic Biiteis is the markable strength of character. Slit tne four or five times ami caught hold best medicine in the world to legulate reared a family of children, whose af- of my nose, and kept working my head kidneys and to purifection and respect for her demonstiat-e- d hack and forth till I got mail and lold stomach, liver ard fy the blood. It gives strong nerves, their sense of obligation and gave him that he had taken enough liberties smooth, velvety skin, rich ewdence of the inlluence of her train- with me for a stranger. But ho let bright eyes, ing on iheir lives. She was detcended down the whites of my eyes, and jab- complexion. It will make a fi v. P5 4$n TaSP n charming woman of :i fiom Scotch-Iiis- h ancestry, possessed bed a few dimples into my face, and & Perry of all the prominent characteristics ol inflated the w tinkles and combed up invalid. Only 50 cents at UQ U 2 B isa firfiiyisu a a 2 ! that sturdy race, which has impressed my hair ami when he held a mirror up Thomas' Drug Store. When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed itself so forcefully and so indellibly on before me he had me looking like one of Former Senator Calvin S. Ihico died tocttre you. : is the disc overy of an eiiincnt xhysician. the development of Virginia.Kentucky those fancy pictures you get with a from pneumonia, after a brief illness. i' and Missouri- No ECnifo ! No Intemiption of Dusinass i sample package of pills. Her maiden name was KHz i Caldwell They say that there is no artist in The firsfc treatment I)n'ng3 immediate relief. It lias Rowland. She uas born iu Richmond. Richmond who can beat Air. Schlegal cured thousands, and will cure you. Ky., on February 27, ISTiO. Her father. reversing a man's jawbone, and unMR. T. rf. WILCOX, proinin nt mercliant, iiolitician Colonel David Irvine Rowland, was screwing his nose, and e adjusting and cliiel' or" the Chattinoona --.'ire Department, savs: horn iti Rotctourt county, Va., and was his face and transmogryfying his ' After years OO.V3 1'ILE CUMTMEN T ws reca member of the celebrated family oi countenance until he will outlook Air ommended t" ic. The ue of on.; box effected v. permanent cure. t'tlr. talement, ho;'ng it v 1! be f-- means I nluntarily gHc Irvi nes who plaved an impoi taut part Apollo, oMScluidcrc, III., and that was of lring:ng your wonvicrfu. reniiJy tJ t!ie atttniinn of others sufiu the history of Kentucky. William why I got Mr. Schlegal to take my negafering . ilh pi'c-..- '' 'L and Christopher Irvine were his uncles tive. But I did not intend for the Price S1.C0, Prenaid to any Address. and his mother, lranci. Irvine, was man to take my life at the same time. vs -gftj. 3SU " ,r,Wfc i one of 10 sisters, who left comfoit and But he did, nearly. He slammed me luxury in Virginia to journey on horse down into a barber chair and jabbed CHATTANOOGA, TENN. back to the "Dark and Rloody my head back up against a skeleton s Ground." looking thing that had prongs to it, and Many of the representative families then he screwed the prongs into my V:"i AiiT$W' ?li.,S0C frifin of Kentucky and Missouri aie the off head and through my skull, and then S23S 5 v'i B?"i I "VJ t . spring of those Irvine sisters. Among went around iu front of me and began the descendants are ihe Piitmans. Tal-bot- to work a pedal with hi foot which . oct -- ly ami Hockadays of Central Mis- lifted my head up by the prongs until CSoggin and Curie lie nearlj pulled my head off. When souri ami the Fox. HHMEi3B& families of Kentucky he saw I could not get away he went ktc the properties of GO TO THE A "Biographical Cyclopedia of the around into a little closet and put a j 9 tone which satisfy T T ? SIVUTT says: sheet over his head and came back in Commonwealth of Kentucky'" .a. nii.s.A?wo i 1V P? tne musical ear. "Mis. Francis i a rare woman. As and tried to scare me to death, and One irafce of Piano may have one, another two, another three clearly as a signet makes an impression then when I tried to get the prongs out 12 W. Short St., Islington, Ky. on a sheet of white paper she has of my head and get away, lie drew a oi these properties. c; " "" " J. ;. 2.IASTEES, Proprietor. impressed upon her children the intel- little box on me, with a gun sticking IlCKuIar meals 25 cents. LodginR 25 cents. lectuality and strongly marked charac- out the end of it, and telling me to look Mot convenient and centrally located hotel in the city. Fine equipped bar in connection. teristics of a renowned ancestry." pleasant snapped it at me. Her htishaiitl, John Rroaddus FranI fainted. IIKATINT, STOVKS. cis, died in November, 91, iu this city. When I came too, he had unhitched They hail moved to Missouri from meand I got up and ran away, and I Ciov-ernKentucky in lSsi, located in St. Louis am not going back there to be butcherWF-dM- - l &!!! county, where they have resided for 12 ed any more. I don't want any photojflV3K.JLHI I I fvya nJ !! years. After the death of her husband graphs of mo hitched up with my neck AI is. Francis made her home with her stretched out and my jaws pried sidedaughter, Mrs. C 1. Kllerbe of Fer- ways, no way. guson, St. Louis county, Mo. 'Burr, Grass Rill." Ha: i'lCTn sil narn'.ocio'j ieo-- cni' .or. Arcni-- . ri most all cities. If none ir Airs. Francis was thu mother of six Established 25 yeirs. cjZc your, wnii s Vulcanic Eruptions children The youngest tlied iu Ken tucky, when two years of aire. The Are grand, but Skin Eruption rob life But, O What a Difference in others preceded their parents to Mis of joy. Cucklen'tt Arnica Salve, cuies auR3 - 6m souri, settled in St. Ixuis and some of them; also Old, Illuming and Fever rER&HUII The Taste ! them s'ill reside here. The eldest is Sores, Ulcers, Hoi Is, Felons, Corns, David U. 1'rancis, who was Alayor of Warts, C'uuj, Ilriiiscs, Bunis, Scaltte, ""t 'V"M - .:-."'-l Some stoves slightly 18S5 to lSS'J; Governor Chapped Handh, Chilhlaius, Best File re&emble the St. Louis WHAT SMALL g of Alissouri from 1SS1) to ISSKJ; Secretary cure on earth. Drives out Pains and IX wc do with T" tlitipitie-- i of the Interior in the Cabinet of Presi- Aches. Only 25 cents a box. Cure That is the qui !un tth which the bisgu is of and is now guaranteed. Sold by Perry & Thomas, dent Cleveland iu ISDG-')?- , Nations arc wre tling. 2 connected with a number of business Druggist. enterprises in this city and elsewhere A maiden from the city tripped Another son, Sidney II. Francis, died 3J We have our opinion, but in 18U3 iu St. Louis, where he was well lightly midbt the trees and snilled the pungent (xlor that lloaled On the known and justly esteemed as a promiswe don't propose to give it for ing business man, with a host of breeze. ' O, tell me, ancient farmer, nothing-- and until we get our lilW friends The other son, Thomas II. with arms so brown and bare what is price, we'll keep it to ourselves. Francis, is vice president of the I). R. the wondrous flower that scents the But we give free advise on Francs & Rro. Commission Company morning air?" I.oiid laughed the anFootwear where to get it, how down his is one of the prominent figures on the cient farmer till tears iolled U keep it, how to wear it, and St. Louis Merchants' Exchange. There cheek, "Why. blesh me, tliat's a polewhen to wear it. were two daughters, Airs. Ellcrbe, who cat; I'vesmelled it for a week." We iit 3ou perfect free of has for several years devoted her time Uismarck's Iron Nerve charge also. All we charge 3011 and thought to the restoration of her Was tho result of his splendid But, O what a difference in mother's health, and Airs. W. G Boyd, for is the shoes we sell 3011 and who died in 1S03, of pneumonia, con health. Indomitable will and tremen then we sell 3011 for $3.00 and the morninTj traded while nursing her brother Sid- dous enemy are not found whore Stom- Then conies repentance witli $4.00 as good a shoe as 3011 are ney, whosa death occurred in her home ach, Liver, Kidneys and Uowels aro in the habit of paying" $5.00 and the dawning", and within 4S hours of her own disso- out of order. If you want these quali$6.00 for. ties and tho success they bring, use is not a Radiant Iloine, lution. will call and see us, The funeral, of Airs Francis will beat Dr. King's New Life Pills. They de- Satisfaction has not come, we will convince 3011. every power of brain and body. the residence of Francis velop on Newstead and Maryland avenues, Only 25c at Perry & Thomas' Drug And icicles adorn your dwell2 ing at 2 p. in. tomorrow. The Rev. Dr. J. Store. F. Cannon, pastor of the Grand Avenue In the morning. 13 Presbyterian church, of which Airs. . I u Prussia 4 school children under 15 years of age have committed suicide Francis was a member, will officiate. 5 space of ten years. Thrto llowio Find Out. Mrs. Francis was a woman strongly im- within the No. :i of them were and thirty-seve- n Fill a bottle or common glass with bued with the purest Christian princi- hundred boys and 70 girls. your water and let it stand twenty-fou- r ples, its apparent in her daily life. IT OCCURRED AT THE HOME the Mmi.t uiul with zeal and Lilly, a prominent citien J. Hannibal. Aro., lately had a wondei-ft- il deliverance from a frightful death. In telling of it he says: ' I was taken with Typhoid Fever, that ran into I'lieiimoni i My lungs beenine. hard- 0 led. 1 was so weak I couldn't even sit up In bed Nothing helped me. I expect d to soon die of Consumption, when I heaid of Dr. King's New Discovery. One bottle gave gieat relief 1 continued to use it and now am well and strong, I can't sav too nun li in its praiec " This marvelous medicine is the surest and quickest euro in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble. Regular size 50 cents and $1.00. Tiiil bottle free at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store; every bottle Miarnutpcd. of fi Handsomest & rw f Store! .A. i S YZ Which of The & Largest Stock ! 5P $ K&riCJVTT V JIWP.1 iU SJhJt 1 1 ,r rv a n voiv-" Three is True? mX O. rAS! VaJs Hating remocd inv stock of Jewelry to the Bright Building on .Main street, formerly occupied by E I. Palmer, I am better prepared than ever to serve tho public. I have now the Handsomest Jen clrr Store in Richmond, the largest and best assorted stock. Till! LOWEST l'KICKS. This stock includes if J? rS: 'j "Manners Makes the Max. "IIome Makes $$ "Mixd Makes f ,C mi$i ifi J m m w-- j the Max." the Max.'' flail ic2G-C- R,The -- Jewele r Jb e. Uind-henrt-e- d fjpr Jb s w w ir tr eiim J$ 1 YZStft V-- and if decide that Home makes the man," let us help you make the home. Our house furnishings are helpers to hanpv homes. Our roods are honest, handsome, and hand, at a less price than expected elsewhere. Christmas is :lt hand and it should be your good judgment mat leaus you to give as a unristmas present, something that will adorn your home make it brighter and more cheerful. Take a peep at mv handsome line of vSI Suites... In ft room Bird's-Ey- e good-lookin- g, Maple, Mahog-an- j, Golden and Antique Oak.... inn-dow- mm mmm gg i5i sromy ? ' W f Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds. Elegant Sideboards. Extension and Center Tables. ; Odd Dressers. Chifloniers. Parlor Cabinet Book Cases. ;Hat Racks, Etc., Etc. nvy There is also on display in M3- - store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever brought to Richmond. selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette, Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot be excelled. A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, H9K B.Gsff E- ts WwmM n; QUALITY, English Kitchen, UK 'ISr -- ia uk.mm88. I S-tB- Corduroy, just received from the city. Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Work Baskets, Snvp'iia and Wilton Rugs are also attractive additions to our business. to If you are a lover of beaut it will paj Mecall and my line of Framed Pictures, dallions, &c. We also make a specialty of framing pictures. KES03UUH6E. ---- i3 MudTaVu. 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 cail on me before purchasing your Christmas presents. MOST - HEN EGGS Piano NEVILLE Siit-rt-ssur MOBERLEY 1 LOOK ALIKE to J. S. Collin. bs NIGHT PHONE 23. 1 J xt-- Ft Wayaz GreenSc.9 Ft WayneLad. Zf A. NJtiy AsrH' &3ykE&"JtfK3 ! EKS &2&& JSXt Advance Advertisement! RaBSg35y3g Z .KflutfUit to U Home WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK. Next week Only Ladies' Fleeced-line- d Foix Monday Hose worth 20cts for 10c ts: Good Machine Thread. 200 yards spool for 2c; 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c; Bargains in Ladies' and Gent's The Maine Commission Co, Cou. Main Underwear and Hosieiy. Drv Goods, Notions and other articles. the name when in doubt. and Ciikai'siok. Re-mefhb- er THOS. MEIGHEN, Manager, oio-J"5-lyi RICHMOND, KV All Work REPAIItING AND TIMEING FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. Qnaranlcct'. If it If U Freeman Bros, EXPERIENCE L LANE JEixiEe a 3 cfc Oip-t-ji- c i-kX- N 2nd Street, - It Richmond, Ky, First Street. - over Collins' Grocery, same office lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. anl2-l- y of West Hon. W. A. JlncCorklc, There is comfort in tho knowledge 60 las & Wells. Virginia, mlls IiU namo to tho 1imk list often expiessed, that Dr. Kilmer's Ho of StatcHincn l)cnclltel ljy The following is the highest average, DENTIST. Swamp-Roothe great kidney remedy ns n licnrtily recoiniiicuiU Bank, fulfills every wish in curing rheuma- standing of the pupils of Cano Spring over Madison National remedy ami tonic. jly6-l- y CO, for term ending Richmond, Ky. tism, pain iu the back, kidney, liver, school, district No. bladder and every part of the urinary December i). Ifc'JS: v. c.kadi: passages It corrects inability to hold .Kmi&?iiWr Dr. Louis E. Landman, water and scalding pain in passing it, Average. i3S&mKF or bail eilects following use of liquor, Verna Willoughby ... j Cincinnati. Ohio, wine or beer, and overcomes that un Eva Brumback No. 503 West Ninth Street, Kichmond, Ky. , on necessity of being compelled Mattie Grinstead. pleasant will be at Mr. J. B. Willis . ... 84 . to go often during tho day, and to get Gertrtids Grinstead, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY llth, ISO -IPsaf Wednesday o. each up many times during the night. The Robert Harris.. .: returning every second ol month. Reference every physician teb!6-l- Rich- mild and the extraordinary effect of iv. guadi:. mond, Ky. Swamp-Kois soon realiztd. It Robert Woosley stands the highest for its wonderful 80 Irl Grinstead cures of the most distressing cases. If Lulie S7 Harris. you need a medicine you should have Cecil Willoughby 81 the best. At drusslsts fifty cents or Litlier Pearson S3 Of No. HI Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky., will one dollar. 82 j Sarnie Grig-jYon may have a sample bottle and a be at the Hotel Olvndon. Richmond. Ky.. on III grade. Hon. W. A. MacCohklk, book that tells more about it, both sent 87 ExJov. ol Wt V:re!ni. Wednesday, Dec. 21, 1898, absolutely free by mail, H yoii6end Grade JJramback 85 Chaiilestox. W. Va., March 9, 1S98. your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Jasper Pearson exReturning one day in each month. Ejei Medicine Co.. Columbus. O. 82 Biugliamton, N. Y. When writting be Stone Walker Irvin amined, and glasses scientifically adjusted. as a Gentlemen: Your . 82 oct5-l- y sure and mention that you read this Prcwitt "VViUoughby tonic, is certainly unexcelled, and in a 81. Griggs number of cases that have come under generous offer in the Richmond Lillian my. observation where it has been u&ed 11 KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. Climax. ii ciuni- for catarrh, or any disease whieli has E. US. CITE, PiaHrtt, Lttito, Ij. Eliza Hill its onpn in that malady, it has nccii Fifteen head of extra line Angus S3 has isy of preat benefit ERART, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COM- steers, fed by J. Evans, Jr., & Son, the Haliio Dunbar liearty recoaimendation, both as a tonic 80 MERCIAL COLLEGES. Lee Bush Angus breeders of Emerson, la., sold in Nettie and catarrh remedy. SO , Tnition for Literary and Bible Course E3 a John D. Pearson W. amaccorkle year. More than twenty teachers. $10,000 Chicago Thursday at $G.2o. They avgymnasium. Thousands of sascessfnl alumni; eraged 1,579 lbs., and went to New i grade. is a permanent and scicn- of students receive tiocial and moral welfare 95 special attention. Open to both sexes. For York for the Christmas trade. This is CjraDnubar- tine euro for catarrh. It' is purely jly27-t- f catalogues address the President. , vegetable and works in Harmony wiuj 'il , the highest price paid there in two Gertrude Jirumback " ' nature. AH aruggisia sen iu J. E. Laxtek, Teacher: ears for a car load Jot. , Miles Pain Pills. AJ1 druggist tell Ex-Go- v. DR J. C. MORCAN, hours: a sediment or settling dicates an unhealthy condition of the kidney trouble; too frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blaJder are out of order. in- lbs J Many 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 Seo that your, little ones are Gov. MacCorkie's Endorsement. -I'c-ru.- li i s.rrzJFSZ jE6ia ZS&-'-5- rS.iaS-- fm. t 50 YEARS' f.1 GO TO irh 'JJJJ&?J 4.1)111 J . II Til J - lll.ikIII4 75 C CKfl fEO : T(p FsVrfl ivPVI&ife-x& iZCitKA sx V V Zj&i lwuKdOfnw What to tin. protected against emergency. Doug- f.;i!i&fcS v&tmsi Tte- '&'&&& WsSvt JS w 4 s- - Me J 1 11 A k 1 i6 m White k Dress Goods. . a Ti Gibson's Store G Dress Trimmings. (Goods of Hi i t, tSI9Bfbv ia-- t.fSfe3 v.friYJ'i-.' Mff.'WsifiK "Vt'O whether an rnliklr ascertain ocr opinion free Conimnnlcn-tloljprobabirpatentaMe. - Aiiyono sending a sketch nnd dMcrlntlnn ma7 Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. ii i! V. lnTiition Ktrictly contldcntlal. Handbook on Patents aent. free. Oldest acency lor scenrtnepatents. I"iacnta taken thronch Jlunn A Co. rccclTO peelal notice, without charce, lntho ns .r? s f?x? J7& f it i' wt . rt- - u .ysso. 'j-- Wrfmi '? 9 i V 52S3a'SS2i3a&X!' . .".J r 11 ITJ Ahuidsomelrilln.'trated weekly. Ircest $3 of any Kclentlflo lournnl. Tcr.ns. a newsdraler. year: four months, fl. goldbj-all Scientific JlmetlcatL 28-2- tfmm wm&mim 13 BOTH if. W,I,AVW an i ucn jt rs x" f Jri.'(i.ii AND HEALTHFUL PLEASURABLE, -i .u,-i-.-,- n1lJNNSCo.3G,Bro-d-N8vvYor- k Itrancn Office. C5 F St. Washlnston. ill j D. C. un ",w LJ T 7 y. ot URECEos."n Heat, Economy, Dr. R. Goldstein, Radax it iir-Blal 3ie HIS iNew-OHeaos- CHUL s SHOUT LINE TO Pe-ni-t- hk v. . Pe-ru-n- a, 'VJLa.S V.O SoYL&V. Best Line to ARIANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. and 3ou can also say extreme-1- 3 comfortable, when you are driving in one of our easy and handsome Buggies and iPlnetons. Our stock of tine carriages is unsurpassed "for beauty, style, durability and general superiority, and xe are selling them at prices that will surprise you, quality considered. John Donelson. For all the new audi up o date Dress Goods including the new coverts, diagonals, cre- pons, Ettimiues, etc.,j come to us. "We can please 3011 in stle and price. Jackets, Collars & this season require fanc3 braids. The plain Dress 'the new designs, scroll nouveautes, Hercules, serpetines, 'etc. See these (novelties, I We have them in all I ; i !' trini-ming- s. I" ; Collarettes.' A new line of Ladies'' ta3lor made Jackets,1, latest cut and color-- Z.LKSISILKSI r .TJUi vvavo J Bale Tour Hay! You can have, your hay injrs: also a special lot of fur collarettes direct from theyinanufacturer Save monej b3 biding. from us. i I Nowhere else will yon find more novelties than here. We Imve all the new Talletas in I'hiiils, Stripw, Che k.s ombre eirects and plain all are beauties. We are also Agents for Batierwick's Palteras. 5 Pe-ru-- LBfUiriiCo., ' ISSSSSSd . Pe-ru-- Ocatw.- - I. menmonu, Kentucky. Pullman Tourist Slcenlnp Car Icavc3 Ioui-vil- l' cverj' Thursday nightand runs throusli to Sjan Francisco. Alk your ticket as:ent for particulars or write to U" II. Fowler, TrareHnfr Passenger Ancut, 1ZV. 1 nnltvlllf j ." lrfee iteclinlnR- Chair Cars Louisville . to Memphis and New Orleans. HANSONS WM. A. K0LLOND, . A. G. P.A.,Ix)niiviilc. diV. A., Cbieago. l - baled on the shares or for Alcn iu..v,...v V.UOW. "- -; liMin lim"- Tr saie. White - & - Gibson. .Main .li -, - X Street, Richmond, Ky. 'HUGII MILLEnsT dccll-l- r Boil3,"Rkhmond, Ky. 11 &. fci-'- . .JRC El. riflrfl f - T''Sni gi.jAfIJg i" staiii. Jh u" ?.- - "& 1i-- 1 r7: ssBassBBBBBBBBBBSia t JB' i '!' "-7- ummtmmmmsmmmmmammm nmrhrai'iiTiUMi' ri ' 9','',4C"W s.i -1' sT' y ryf&gi&n IS PF-I iftf 3 The Richmond Climax. C E. WOODS, Atsoclats Editor. WEDNESDAY. DEC. 2S, ' puw.JsMEixvKKv wkdnt-sda- v yWAA'. Ti lav 411 ;i: Pi i FF i4 i li I n ? K ;! u M ' what's his name? Hobart parently cured but the old troublo camo the decision for the best. back aa bad as ever. He became very weak. After a while ho gave up all other PRICE PKIt YKAK, $1.50. The Lancaster Record's holiday edi- medicines and began taking Hood's wonThis medicine did him tion was truly meritorious, an era iu Lancaster s history. It contained half derful good. In about tw months ho ANNOUNCEMENT ' the the yard. a hundred nice cuts and enht pages of was able to walk out in bottles he was FOIt AVOITOH. When he had takeiBeven ' Itilnwudnn IHnllnii ITAmflftn. iuiuui niaiiLi iivivaitn .VI. !.. able to ride out every day and work a AW kre authoriied ti announce JOHN 11. unci cninifi CHENAULT, of Madison county, a candidate events will no longer be spoken of as little and he had gained 40 pounds in (or the office of State Auditor, subject to the hnppening before or after Letcher weight. He is now about as well as ho action of the Democratic State Convention. Owsley beat Clell Johnson, but before ever was and has been at work on his farm. his own wheat, this or after the Illustrated Central Record! Last fall he sowed he had done for four being the first work Moiie fartoric-- are iu operation now years. I think Hood's SorsapariUa the tliaii at any time within sixyears. What worm." some years ago. iiib does that inenn? Pantagraph. Pkksidkxt McKijfLEV, in i,i0 most wonderiul medicine inKpntnoWv-r rjoir, roTHlln ine jDavid Dunn left last Friday for his Ga., last week, JUUAAJ. IH'O More bankrupts in operation now than speech at Savannah, Sarsa-paril- ia new home at Richmond. David was any time in six years! What does that said: 'And the time has now come one of our best young men nnd will be in the evolution of sentiment and feelmean? when, Is the best in fact the One True Blood Purfier. missed by both the people of town and ing under the providence of God. easy to take, easy to buy, country. Burkcsville Herald. Imwhits are greater now than at any in the spirit of fraternity, we should ti me for s,i x years. What docs i t mean? shaio with you in the care of the graves HOOa S FllIS easy to operate. 25c Dr. Jas. Walker, of Greenville, Miss , Pautagrapli. was the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. w. w. of the Confederate soldiers." If the lowCotton, and corn, and wheat are Watts, last week. The latter returned on is er than at any time iu six hundred President sincere in the sentiments expressed, he will recommend Congress Wednesday from Texas, accompanied years! What does it mean? Confederate to pass a bill making by their daughter, Miss Emma. Miss Ray Streng is in Louisville. Mr. aud Mis. Harry B. Hanger and Mn. McKislev says we are to have soldiers eligible to admission to the son, Harry Baylor, returned last Friday Miss Sue Hume is in Louisville. the gold standard and war taxes for a National Soldiers' Homes. If the period of four years longer. We de- graves of the Confederate dead deserve Mrs. Cornie Clay is visiting in Cin- from Sault Ste Marie, Mich., where Mr contract. Mrs. Hanger has a sire to remind the President that the care, a ad the Confederate dead are to cinnati. Hanger will remain here until about people will have something to say on be honored the Confederate soldiers Mrs. II J. Clay visited relatives at April 1. that subject in l'JOO. Silver Knight that are living are at least equally en- Xicholasville. titled to consideration. Watchman. Miss Kate Rlanton the beautiful and Mr. Claude Jjyter, of Berry, is here accomplished daughter of Dr. L. H. TiiE.seething,vexatious anddamaginc for a short rest. Mokk miles of railroad are now unBlauton, who has been teaching in the der construction thau at any time with- troubles social, political and moral Mrs. C. D. Chenault was in Lexing- S. P. Lees Collegiate Institute, left mx years. What does that mean? in fomented and focused and foisted upon ton on AVednesday. Pautagraph. Saturday last for her homo at Richof these United States for Miss Dovie Letcher is visiting her mond to spend tho holidays with her More miles of farm fences out of re- the people long generations to come, in large part parelUs in Cincinnati. pair than at any time in twenty-siparents. Jackson Hustler. bv Mrs. Stowe s book, ''Uncle Toms Mr. and Mrs. D. M Chenault spent vunrs. What does that meal'.? Messis. Jos. S. and Thos. A. Rice, Cabin," make it especially timely just Sunday in MU Sterling. the former of Stanford, the latter of before the public a pithy It is an awkward thins: to have a now to lay Mr. C. E. Smith left Monday morn- Middlesboro, are visiting Judge II C. u M)litics that allows you to lejoice only and pointed, careful and logical Rice and Capt. John Feeney. These you hear of an or a Vms of that book by a distinguished ing for Toronto, Canada. ;Soutiiem bishop, the Rt. Rev. Richard Mr. E. G. Parrish is at home from young men, natives of Richmond, nic It is a handy thing to have a "politics" H Wilmer, still bishop of Alabama, Camp Nelson for a brief 6tay. the finest dispatchers on the Knoxvilie that proveiits you from hiring or T,,e narative ,vas Lad years ag0from Mr. Frank French came up from n branch as well as deservedly popular. heeding the cry of distress that goes up t,,e bj6ilops iips. We are glad to see Cai't. Speed to spend Xmas at homo. from even- - farmer in Madison county. fchortlv after )e close of Uie .,ar be. from Bol- Smith out again after a week's illness. Mr. Jason Walker returned Abk the banks how many farme.s on tWeeu J,le &tateg of tho Un;on the of a united citizenIf the on Friday. Jan. 1, will liave a dollar to their credit blgIlop n)et with a gentleman from the ivar county, Miss., ship could avail the genial Captain Miss Ethel Heacox, of Lexington, is above their debt! What does that Xortht aml in tbe utsc of the would be a well mau this minute, for visiting Mrs. Elmer Deatherage. there is not a more popular mau in the satiou was asked whether he had read Mi&s Bethenia McCord, of Hamilton ' Mrs. county unless it is your choice! Stowe's book, See our first page. Cai.xiuaulev 1ms a dn?t te CCIiteiitl College, Lexington, is at home. Miss Nannie Hancock gave a dinner the fragments of the Republican parti-aw- l We invite attention to but what's Mr. A. P. Mitchell, of Jessamine, is party on Thursday evening in honor of conduct the next campaign on the theuse, nobodv cares a tinker's dam for. visiting Dr. and Mrs. II. C. Jasper. Miss Mary Hood Little, of Richmond, following ground. Ixjt Democrats take ''the boys in the trenches," so long as .Mr. 0. D. Miller is in Estill hunting Ky.," the guest of Miss Katherine Harnotice: civilian olhcer& vey. The dinner table was effectively "Ju the course of a fomentation with with a political pull can hold their and enjoying Christmas generally. Miss Ollie Pigg, of Lexington, is vis- decoaated in yellow and Miss Hancock's friend- - at the Iouisville hotel ye.ster sinecures regardless of consequences to day afternoon," fcas the Louisville the widows, wives aud children left at iting friends aud relatives in this city. gown wa& of vellow crepe do chine to Commercial. "(io'ernor Bradley called home. The war is over, the treaty has Mrs. M. H. Piggand daughters, of carry out the color design of the enter,1. attention to tin' fact that despite Re- w.., ;..,) fimro ..r im nnomipc in r are visunig Jir. IK ..J"lgg. tainment. Louisville Post, Dec. 24. Mr. V. K. Brooks and family leave publican iu some quarters combat. Yet the men who leaped to Miss Mary Campbell is at home from for Phoenix. Ariz., their future and Republican apathy iu others, the the call "to arms"' to fight, are held in a business trip through central democrats had only carried this state the name of "discipline" that statesmen tucky. home. The Clipper joins with their many friends iu trusting that they will at the recent election by about lo.OJOi and hummers out of a job may draw Mrs. C. E. Smith left Monday for a plurality, and he reasoned from this high salaries from your Uncle Sam. have a safe arrival in their far off home, aud relatives in Madi visit to friends and meet with a liberal measure of sucresult that, with a nnitd party and a Yes, wejeall attention to the eloquent, sonville. cess Midway Clipper. Mr. Brooks goou uchei, me uepuoucans can carry jf 1)0rnelVj appeal to Miss Emma Powell, of Jessamine is was a student at C. U. iu 'S4-'and Kentucky next ear. He tavored in.ik-- j poers tllJlt be: ..We Want To , " stwnHiii! llin I ln!i1:ivs with rplativns in his wife is a sister of Mr. Matt Cohen nig ine campaign upon ine Miigie issue iiIllt, written by a private of the 4th , - of this city. of the repeal of the Goebel election law Keutuckv Co Miss Nancy Elkiu. of Whichestei , is :mu ifebiuiy ue oi ine Rev Wm. Crow, Jr., and Miss Grace if VOu have led been to believe the visiting her uncle, Mr. George Perry, at Pilfc ington, were married at Second money Democrats and the Popu- - ..bov llle treuciies want to go to of Uiebtato tickeL" Cubai peru& this comniimicatiou aud White Hall. lists Iu themake-nPresbyterian Church, Frankott, ThursMrs. Mattie McCormick has returned day, at high noon, Rev. Win. Crow, . . let your mental minima clear up a bit. JIlHtn is campaign material for Deni-- t)n to Paint Lick aticr a visit to Mrs. L. J. dr., performing the ceremony. They . .. our first page oerats, m a from Henderson left for Richmond His father preached " Jiankfcrt: ' Miss Bessie Lacky came over from here during the late Christian EndeavTle old contract with Martin & Co. It appears that this private in the college at Lexington to spend Christ- or Convention. In Methodist Church for the output of the penitentiary 1th Ky. has company iu his troubles there are numerous Crow preachers. mas at home. chair plant was so amended to as wc see by the following clipiiing from The Jackson Hustler says that Mr. Paris Keiituckian. the Jackson Hustler: mike almost a new contract. Private '.etters from members of the Chas. E. Smith, of this city, was in Mr. Will Arhuckle is at home from a Martin A Co are to buv all the lum-week's stay in West Virginia, having her and cut stock now ou hand and 4th Kentucky to friends here, indicate Breathitt last week. that the members of that regiment are Lida and ite !la Tauner, of Winches, visited his eldest brother and their uvrned by the State; to hereafter furnish becoming impatient and tired of serneither of whom he had all their own material and foremen for vice. Their anxiety imagine when it ter, were the guests last week of Mrs. seen for twenty years. His old home the factories, and to pay 40 cents a day is known that one of our prominent T. M. Wells, this city. is in Greenbrier county, seven miles citizens received sixteen letters in one for tin; labor of 050 convicts. Mr. Ashford Reeves, who is studying mail requesting him to intercede for from the famous White Sulphur "Under the ohl contract, made by the as many applicants for discharge from for tho ministry at Ky. University is at Springs. While there M.r. Arbuckle Republican Commihsiouers, the State service. Home for the holidays. purchased five head of registered Herefurni-he- d all the material that went into Misses Nannie Tudor, Mar;, Kathe-rin- e ford cattle. IIi:i!i. is a camp-fir- e picture of Bryan, the chairs and Martin was to pay a aud Julia While are visiting Two Richmond girls leave next price for the chairs that would yield the drawn bv an Ohio soldier, a Republifriends in Cincinnati. week on what bids fair to he a delightState 35 cents a day for each convict can protectionist, expansionist, and Mrs. Matt S. Cohen and daughter, ful journey. They could not impiove Under this contract the Slate is said to single gold staudnrdist. It is lrom a Anne Bennett, have returned from a upon their itinerary if it were their lwve lost $100,000 a year, and it was the lierisonal letter to the associate editor week's visit to Versailles. bridal tours. Misses Juiia Higgiusaud of the Bron-to- n of the Climax from one of his college real cause of the Miss Bessie Parreut, of Memphis, Mary Little, accompanied by Miss Sue fraternity brothers, who was encamped Bill. Prison "When the&'tO convicts get to work at Pauama Park, Fla., where Bryan's Tenu., arrived yesterday to visit her McRoberts, of Danville, will go first to Culpepper, Va., to visit Miss Sprinkle, there will be only 135 idle men in the regiment was stationed. We ask all to cousin, .Mis. A. v. Miller. read it. Its truthfulness, its candor, Miss Mary Belle Miller, of Winches- the charming young visitor lately the over l.JUU." penitentiary out of Thus Democrats can jKiiut to the im- the politics of the writer, aud his fond- ter, is spending the week with her sis- guest of Miss Iliggins. Thence the trio of tourists take in Richmond, Va., mense saving to the State as a result of ness for McKiuley are clearlv shown: ter, Mis. Elizabeth Miller. "Dkai: BiroTiiEK Woods: You know our penal institDemocratic control of Mr. John Turley, one of the most Washington, Baltimore, and New York. soldiers must be careful about airing popular students of Georgetown Colltgo They will he absent several weeks. ution-. their opinions concerning ollicers of the j is at home for tbe holidays Sometime ago the Climax made menarmy, but you ask nothing beyond rea Miss Katherine Pearl Miller, oi tion of the approaching marriage of son. Brvan's regiment before leaving Frankfort, is the guest of her brother. Rev. Wm. Crowe, Jr., and Miss here, nearly a month ago. was "hard of Frankfort. The happy event F. W. Miller ou Fifth Street. took place last Thursday, and the bride M hit" by fever, had about Ktoin Division Mrs R. C. Head, of Onenton, was the and groom have 6inco been hospital at one time. Death rate, the guest-o- f while not alarmingly great, was higher guest last week of Mrs. R. C. 11. Cov the hitter's parents. Rev. and Mrs. Ky. Lkmxi.tox, than any other regimeut in the Divis ington and Mrs. J. D. Clark. Win. Crow, this city. The many de Mr. E. E Mitchell is ill of pneumo lightful things said about the bride by ion; they seemed to be unable to fight an attack like boys of oier regiments. nia said to have been contracted while ihepapersand peopleof Frankfort were Doubtless Mr. Bryan went to Washing- attending a burial last week. fully realized at our meeting with the ton to ask for discharge of part if not Mr. R. L. Gentry camo over from charming young lady, and we congrat "L18 all of the Third Nebraska. The Pres- Lexington Saturday and spent Suuda ulate our young friend upon winning ident, as you know, left to the choice and Mouday with his family. so excellent a wife. Mr. Crowe has a of Gov. Holcomb which should be Mr. George Thorpe has gone to Em- firm hold upon the affections and re mustered out, the First or Third Xo- - ma, Texas, to assist Mr. Green Igo on spect of hrankfortfi best citizens and braska. Nebraska had more than her the ranch of Mr. W. W. Watts. his influence will constantly grow. quota of troops in the service. We weie truly glad to welcome home Miss Florence Chestnut, of One of our limiry beau"In politics Bryan's regiment is the guest of Messrs. Hugh audCorbin, is for the holidays Miss Estill Walker, Richatu tiful gifts Rich in nearly equally divided, possibly his who is a student of the great Uuiver Quality, Style and followers predominate. Bryan is cer- Colyer and Miss Helen Terrill. tity of Chicago, Beauty-B- ui best of all, tainly a noble uian; he is universally Mrs. J. B. Embry aud Miss Nauuette and men and where, though a thous women are assembled esteemed, though politically I think he Heath havo been visiting in Richmond from all quarters of the earth, it would at Very Low Prices. is no more popular, even less, than in this week. Nieholaaville Democrat. be a difficult task to find a better '0G. No regiment iu the service has Judge Wm. Chenault Dean, of the scholar, or a more conscientions chris Top been better looked afar by the officer Law School of Central University, is re tian and womanly woman than this in command than has Brvan's. cuperating from rheumatism at Hot excellent representative from our city. 'Xo mau in the regiment but what Springs. During the next three weeks Last Friday's Courier-Journsaid: ovory ehort will be called forth was free to appeal to him, and never in Mr. A. W. Schoollield, tho faithful to liiettt the demands of this vain. He visited the hospital almost and obligiug clerk at the Glymtuu, is ''Miss Mary Hood Little, of Richmond, was the guest of honor at an informal Holiday time. We have made daily, knew every man from his regispending turkey time at Rellevue and dinner given last evening by Miss Nangreat pieparations and cau y ment there, would stop at their Coyington. Hssure you of the most nie Hancock. The guests were served service prompt, speedy and speak an encouraging word. M.iss Jeanuette Mae Powell, of Jes- at a round table, a the center ol which and accurate. "I am not of his political falthTjut I was a bowl of yellow roses oil an openbelieve in the man, not an act of samine, arrives to daj , and will be the work Fit center piece made over yellow. bica. Cvfvsmas pursethe giver's his hut what was actuated from guesiof Mifs Lelia Jane Harrris during and the reThe table was lighted by several canthe Holidays. cipient's needs. kindness aud humanity, aud I give him can Misses Margaret Chenault aud An- delabra filled with great credit. That he is n politician dles and twined with smilax, and wa no one will deny, but he is a noble man nie Crtttcher attended Sousa's uew optrimmed with broad yellow satin ribfor all that. He is just such a man as era, ''The Rride Elect," at Lexington bons. At each guest's place were dinlast Wednesday McKiuley would be in his place. I ner cards ornamented with the hostess' Mrs.TheodofC Wilson and Mrs. Leuora have seen the President speak t aud monogram iu nold and on the back oi salute a private soldier on the street in Sluftiet, of Station Camp, visaed each were six conundrums, for the corOur full assortment displayed. Washington City." friends and relatives in this city aud rect solution of which a dainty prize - Copley Prints in dark frames, from What a manly tribute! How differ county last week" was given. Among the best of these $1 .50. !, S2.50, S3 and up. cnt from the false and malicious utterProf. Rice Miller and wife, of Eliza conundrums were the following: Whv Water colors at all prices. S3, S4 and ances of those who sought and still to spend are sinners like corn and potatoes? BeDethtown, will arrive $1 represent the figures on large colseek to destroy this idol of the plain the holidays with his father, near town cause they have ears and hear not, and lections. people of America. Jessamine Journal. eyes and see not. Which are the enumerate here the many We can't Miss .Viola Million, one ol the handmerits ot this exhibition. All we ask A .1 u. somest young ladies iu all the Blue is that you come in and see It. It's for Highest Hoivr Worlr. Fail Grass, entertained a number of friends you. It's free to everybody. Azbill. To tho wife of Hiram last Monday evening. Christmas morning, an eleven Leather Chairs and Conches, Azbill, girl. pound Mrs. George Carsner and her little Fancy Tables, Tukley. Mr. R. Edgar Turley is be- daughter aud hauy ami Mrs. Fuunic lieved to be the happiest man in town. Hoskins, ail of W nicnester, are visiting Fancy Rockers, Being the caihicr of a bank he can af- Mrs. Wm RossLIod. Desks, Hall Seats, ford to be even under the added responMr. Joe Evaus, who left hure a year sibility that became his on Tuesday Quaint Chairs. night last, Dec. 20, when there arrived ao fur Texas, is back liuine, having nt his home a quaint little craft, called added many inches to his statute auu Spend an hour or so in our "Innocense," laden with simplicity aud store this week. love. A baby may be a feather from pouuds to his avoirdupois. tlis wing of Love dropped into the Mrs. B. J. .Ncwlon and little grandsacred lap of motherhood, but we realize daughter, Mary Eiise Liudsey, aro vis in the wee stranger that which make iting Dr. aud Mrri. J. X Lindaey. near home happier, love stronger, patience greater, hands busier, nights longer, Middlesboro. Ow'eutou Herald days shorter, purso lighter, tho i) forgottca and the future hrnriiter. past Mra S. B. White aud children have But these sensations are notsjiew to Mr. moved from Richmond to Danville, MOST PERFECT MADE. Turley for it's his fourth, aud will make their home with Mr W. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Povvder. Fret lAlNANDiJBROAOWAY, tipped the beam at it from Ammonia'. Alum or ar(y other adulterant IEXINGTON, KY. Father, mother and little oHfcare get- S. Rowland. D.tnvelle Advocate. Mr. Chas..S, Powell is at homo from 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. ting along nicely. 'if' , TH3 UlIUlOA n,. y. rrmiinq . ,. kt mt Serious Caso of Internal Ulcerated Piles Cured by Hood's Sarsapa-rill- a - ( The Columbia, Mo., Herald's Christ-189Able to Work for the First mas edition was a darling. Among Tlmo In Four Years. other features it contained yG9 letters with severe 'from children to Santa Claus. Vice "My husband was taken was onco apinternal ulcerated piles. He 8. 1 The prettiest holiday paper issned in Kentucky, bo farjs we were able to judge from those among our exchanges, was the Harrodsburg Democrat. Severe Suffering j President UU. is to award la. j u I I -- ... Havana. He says while the United States waa eating turkey Spain was crying beciur.e she didn't Havana! Mr. and Mrs John Donaldson and Mrs. MarvE. Gaines left Wednesday n;ght for au extended visit to Ashe-- i ville, N. C., Savanna, Ga., aud Florida Mr. John B. Chenault is at home from a trip in Central Kentucky greatly encouraged in his race for the Democratic nomination for State Au ditor. Mr. Leslie P. Evans spent Thursday During his absence in Cincinnati. his desk at the State Bank and Tiust Co. was held down by Mr. W. R. Letcher, Jr Mrs. Kizzie Williams, of Cymhiaiia. isthe guest of .Mrs. Rella Hume. Mrs. Williams is the mother of the beautiful Mrs. Jessie Williams Fritzier who died 6N' 44-M M - Are you married? - Av A R y M 44 - -- f - M- mean to any particular house, if so get a divorce and buy where you can get the BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY. Come to my store and convince yourself of the wonderful reduction in "Wraps, Dress Goods, Underwear, "Wool Hosiery, Blankets, Comforts and Notions of all kinds. f444M I -- f f4 - - f44 f - ON CLOT HING! u,. Hood's DON'T FORGET 4, mm sis, Worth of Clothing must be sold by -- PERSONAL. stock of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only a that are now making them go : Blankets, 10-- for 38e. to $5.00. . Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50c. " Ladies' Vests, 15c. and up. LTosej 19e. Ladies' , Spool Cotton, lc. and up. i::': -- That our line of Men's Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best in the cit I also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls. My few-price- s ITnPSIlMni ANUARY 1ST being compelled to - " All-wo- ol remove to my new store house on Main 100-Yar- two-ye- ar , . - Handkerchiefs, le. and up. Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up. Brown Cotton, die. per yard. Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. Overcoats, $2.50 and up. Spool Silk, 5c. 12 Yards Lace, 5c. d ;, , jp. . i J no, Street next door to G. Taylor's, I Always watch for my advertisement, I can save you money. x have concluded to remove as lew goods as possible, and in order to sell same we will close out our stock at Dostand LsssThanCcH! anal-ivhe- Eon-do- WEN 1 M McKEE Richmond, Ivy j Here are a few of the prices well-wish- es j conver-11169- :1 Cor. Main aud 1st Sts. y M M M M K7R?R?R7R?RZK7l JLliLJ K K d 11, Suits for :: ::,: i";:;-;:- :.: ?: l. l high-salarie- low-bre- d ..., dis-en?i- to-da- y Boy's Suits at your own price. Children's Suits at 50c and up. Stetson's thoughtful consideration and experience, we have come tc 85.00 Hats at 83.50. After Underwear at anv out. Gloves of all kinds too the conclusion that QUICK SALES and SMALL PROFITS are preferable to price to close cheap to mention. ANNOUNCEMENT. when eecured large profit We at the expense of LONG CREDITS. This SL.rio-com- ic have also decided that on the First Day of January, 1899, Ml mm is Sew and oi we iii', mW ffl. T.!..t fliJ.. aty.gs. ; V will commence the Cash System in our Grocery business, and will adhere to u Sg&Call and see us before you buy 5 p J it As this will certainly be of mutual a benefit, we thank you for as we will guarantee to save you money at 1 past favors and will appreciate continuance of your patronage. comi-j.ai.vt- Gratefully, E. Mr. Pope Here For Good. insects-- mentioned in the After eight ye.irs on the road for one The widow's mitp and the wicked flee. The priza was :i holder of tho foremost wholesale hardware West, Mr. Peter houses in for newspaper clippings, ornamented M. Pope the central has decided to resume the with branches of Imllv and gold tips on quieter sphere of home and will on the corners. Miss Hancock carried out January 1 associate himself with the the yellow idea of the dinner in her hardware firm of D. B. Shackelford &. Co., he will be pleased to receive gown, which was yellow crepe dn calls wherehis friends and from the general chene, trimmed with bands of helio- public. Mr. Pope not only knows the trope velvet ribbons. Miss Little's business from Alpha to Omaha, but is gown was white organdie. The guests an accomplished salesman with all the present were: Misses Inda Helm. Ida qualities that attract, retain, and satis fy the traue. Lon', Katherine Harvey, Mary Little, Anne Hultleman, Nannie Hancock, Ida Bodies Brought Here For Burial. Sad Coin cidencc. Kdwards. Messrs. John Tevis, George Dr. James Walker, of Greenville, Brent, Henry Seuiple, Will Colston, Thomas Dunlap, Lewis Hancock." Miss, anived here last week with the remains ol his wife and child, (who Mies Little returned Friday from Louishave been dead ten or twelve jears,) ville. for in the Richmond Cemetery. On tho same day the body of his sister, Mrs. Katie Walker Gunby, who diea last week, arrived lrom iNew York. and the three were laid to rest Tobe 15. Hacltett in the same lot, that of the late Jason II ackett-Shiurk- r and MihS Lizzie Shearer were married Walker, father of Mrs. Gunby and of last Thursday at JelTersonville. They Dr. James Walker. Dr. Walker .had will reside at Red House. set the time for tho burial ot his wife nnd child during his sister's lifetime, Loweky-Jone- s. Mr. Sidney Miss Annie Jones were quietly but the sail ordeal was rendered the mariied at the residence of Ifev. Win. more trying by witnessing the burial Ross Lloyd last Thursday at 12:30 p. m of his sister who had just died iu the east. Hiiiiillest I to-da- y DEATHERAGE & CO. First Street, Richmond, Ky. c eet9easaoBeaseaeste(aMeeaiaMtitaa Aaoeaaoaaoaoasaooaaaeaaeeaa A 1 step-mothe- r, Scriptures? STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS FOR SALE!! I will sell publicly to the highest bidder, at ray home place, near Duncannon, promptly at 10 o'clock, a. m., on ac. Sim- - 3 vj a. m m a w &B B 1 i mW 1 1 J BH I ".ll'm Thursday, Jam; two-hor- IS, M, el SKP Q VA Jy U G ..a) aa a The following: 4 head milch cows, 3 heifers, ea be fresh in spring, 3 head horses, all work well, ale 2 No 1 work mules, 2 turning ploughs, 2 double wagon, shovels, 1 cultivaior, 1 No 1 1 hay rake, 1 corn planter, 1 Randall harrow, ))-a1 cutting box, 1 corn shcller, double trees, stretchers, plough gear, bridles and collars, wagon gear. cash. dec2S-3- w flftttt. . On and after January 1st, terms will be cc 1S99, our " oa .- e. . SPOT - CASH!" m ..e We liavo attempted to run our business by collaccounts tbe tirst of each month, but have been unable to collect thorn all promptly. We are therefore compelled to sell for CASH that we may pay cash for our goods, and will endeavor to make it to the interest of the trade.to do business with us. We have a nice line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Quccns'warc and Glass-ware- , &c. Give us a call, examine our stock and get prices. r"Gooils exchanged for country produce ecting-our M. M. MILLER. s MARRIED. Ca- r- y car-loa- ee- of Horses Want Ca 80. a.. -- (ECO... Ge.-Oa..- -- GO. a. ..0 ..0s a OB) ac ae a ac as a ! C.F.B rowei&Co Pilk-im;to- n, Low-erym- id LoitibCH-SoiiiLUs- a. A R emembrance. ' it kmn satis-fnctor- bed-sid- e yellow-shade- d jjDik Jfex to-da- y BIRTHS. IK! C.F.Bmwer&Co elevMr-pJJund-i- . ajwand mm mm CREAM Loriech, and Mrs. Albert .Schilling, a WACO. widow, were married at Jouisville last groom is a natiVo f Gerweek. The Miss Dorsie Stockton, who has been many, an induhlrions young man. The attending State College for the past bride is a native of this county and has Jour months, is with her aunt, Mrs. two children. It is hoped the union of Allen Jimbry during the holiday.. this couple will be marked for its unMiss Edith L. Searcy, of M. F. I., is broken happiness. at home for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hamilton, of Richmond, spent Sunday and Mouday with relatives here. Miss Mary I. Scrivener, of Caldwell Fkancis. A lengthy account of the death of Mrs. liliza Rowland Francis High School, is spending her vacation will be found on our first page. at home. Rev. S. A. On ens. o! Richmond, visDixion. Wm. Dixon, aged GO, an ited friends here Thursday. soldier of (Jlienaultt's regiment, died recently at Cano Spring. Mr. T. K. Hamilton spent Christmas day with his parents at Union City. Leaves wife and several children. Miss Lena R. Stivers closed her -- Jamo P. Itifle, brother of Mr. Knr. J M. Kille, of this city, died in New- school at Kirksville Thursday and is at port, where ho was a prominent shoe home agniu." Miss Stivers is one of merchant and was buried with the Madison's ablest teachers and we feel; honors of the Order of Elks and the sure that her patrons appreciate heri earnest effort to do them good. Young .Men's Institute. Messrs. T. P. Dudley and R. O. Henderson. The remains of Thomas have been on the sick list durHendethon and dtiughter, Lonn Hei- - Lackey putt week but are out again. ,, ru- - ing the iji-ihum. ucrhou, yuoorvi umuuii nesday enroutofrom Middletown, O , to Miifes Fuuuie M. Jones and Florence are improving but aro still Esiill county for reinterment. The Scrivener to their rooms. widow and four daughters accompanied confined Mr Ed Wilson, of Fox, Estill county the remains of her loved ones to their last resting plm-- in Estill county, the spent Sunday with Miss Kathryn .Maupin. birthplace of Mr. Hendersou Rev. J. TC. Edwards, of Richmond, BjokneMj On Christmas night at most interesting sermon at 8 o'i lock, Joseph Iticknell aged 23 of delivered a consumption. Ho was a ton of Henry the Baptibt church Sunday morning. Airs Mary D. Stockton is at home He le:ives many friends to Bicknell par again, after a pleasant visit of two mourn his loss The liearf-lirouins hav- - iIib syuipaih of their iiihiiv months to relatives in Louisville, Ind. Mr. and Mrs J. Walker Covington friends. Joe was a member of the I'brirttian (Minrch having contessed re- spent Xmas with Mrs Lee Maupin in Richmond. ligion about three months ago. diiKisriE At Brea. at the home of llVV'n I his? her sister, Mr. Todd, Mrs Lottie We offer One Ret'hristie, December 24, in the ward for any caseHundred Dollars canof Catarrh that 55th year of her age. Her long ai.d painful illness was borne with true not be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure. christian fortitude, and she welcomed F J. CHENEY&Oo.,Props.Toledo,0. the undersigned, have known death with jov unspeakable as the F We,Cheney for J the last 15 years, and messantrer who should release her from believe her earthly home aud permit to enter business him "perfectly honorable in all transactions, and financially the mansion prepared for her by the able to carry out any obligation made Sivionr she lovod s well. She believed by their firm. her dying day to be her coronation West&Tboax, Wholesale Druggists, 15lesed are' the dead who die in lay. Toledo, O. WauiING. Kin-na& Marthe Lord." vin, Whol sale Druggists, Toledo, 0. McCormack, Albert McI'ohmack. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken interfor several year the eillcient mnnnger nally, acting directly upon the blood or the Western Union Telegraph office and mucous sarfaces ot the system. "Dec 26", nt 4 p Price 75c. per bottlo. Sold by all Drughere, died v m., after h. long illness of consumption. gists Testimonials free. Deceased had been sexeral times at the Hall's family Piils fire the best, lm ,' point of death but would rally and his work. Ho was n very industrious young man and Blrove hard to succeed. A sad feature of his demise Lapsed Folicies ! is his leaving a vojuig wife, with a babe xlwnt one month old. Remains of the dctrascd accompanied-- by Mr- - Beu tone, were shipped 16 Mavsville yes Will purchase them, If they provide for tp.nlay morning. Hi;widQrwas Miss paid-uinsaranca, and thrco anrmnt Berni'o Stone, the handsome daughter s SreralasM hve been paid. ttamp for reply of Mr.,at)d Mrs. J.-- F Stone In her v Bonow the sympathy, of. tlie communiB.ASrrOHELL&CO., ty goes out to Mrs.;MoC?oroiack. dW-l- w Kt.i8torlhw,Kr. , ? Mr. Emilo I will he at Fox's Livery Stable, Richmond, Ky., Saturday, December 31, and Monday, January 2, 1899, to d buy a of Saddle and Harness Mares and Geldings. Want them fat. CLAUDE Oe Sa.. a... 9C... e. a. a..a, - -- a a OB) a aa a ae TAYLOR. a. t' , GG1NS itTJO'P H.OJ. 1J.XX,1 ..&.. ELLIS, c?n iTr'TTrrxT A Oaa. lilIl.UVi.liJ wv AV. a a ae aa OS) OB) OS) r tt LOST COW. A red muley cow, givinj milk, 8 or 9 years old, 800 pounds, lost from my place near L. & N. depot, Satnrday morning. R. p. FOX. 9i aaaaaaaaaaaaaa""-"Jf i' wm : OS) OS) aaaeea umumvoa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa : DEATHS Advance Advertisement! WATCH THIS EVERY WEEET. Text week Hose worth 20ets-foJErXadies' Fleeeed-line- d lOcts; Good Machine Thread- - 200 yards spool r Picture Framing! - for 2c. ; 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c. Bargains this week in table linen, napkins, and, ..counter' panes. -" u n which we will make up and offer at our usual low prices. 100 We are now receiving all of the new things in mouldings in ebony, mahog-ny- , oak, and other woods. black Picture mats-whi- te, and more than fiftys hades and colors, in velvet, felt and smooth hand tints, and other picture framing materials for the Holiday-Trade, The Maine Commission Co. Dry Goods, Motions and other articles, member the name when in doubt. Ciieapside. (nov2My) Eiaots FOttA- - lle- - THOS. MEIGHEN, Manager, Cob. Main-an-d RICHMOND, KY. NEW STORE DONE Ik ('or-nelis- on genuine Etchings; 100 select yard Pictures, all different subjects. Sttnirifig members ol the fcrner firm of Duhme & Co. (EfttabHahed oTcrltalfuccntnrj) I St L part .Goods u. g.UHstsess. HOLOGRAPHY, . Situalicn. ySBJs. . TJ Telegrapliy HAVE OPENED THEIR NEW STORE At 37 aai 39 Fourth Street, Wbera may l found a 8plondid Aaaortmont of -- GENERALW.R.SMITH, LEXIWCTOM, KY., Compete glass backing and wire to hang, 8x10, 25c. Portrait size, 16x20, $1 to $1.50. If you want pick and choice of this select line of goods call early. Polite attention, . prompt and efficient service guar-- WflTGflES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, FINE STATIONERy, ETC. Wedding Invitations, CallingCards aod Dies for Ernfcccsed Stationery, SngraveU by Expert Workaien "in 'the most " -- r ; approved styles. n - Xail Orders Promptly Filled. for selection to any ot" the tX.S. Address sent Uo4ks and board ra f ataifr, aboat EiBrCiaaitTyp1w ritinj, cad TdgnpSi Sfteklius. ayaniio Keotnrky CBlrerJitr Diploma, nader seal. avardedantnnatiw. Literary Cnurw tree, if desired. noTacstioo. pnr UHrrt rtock niernov. Graduates racrwfu. erirr to c j mddrca omit. GJSNESAL WILBDB E. SMITH. Le:tiacteBr. Xat. Krtvtv X'mlrmitv vomrrr. pi"l.(W), awl iod mmxrtt 1UA umvekU a atttulamc but yvor, Cost Fcr cirenlar ctbls bnoss aad respmslbla GQUMEHGIAL COLLEGE GF KY. PVERSITY Awordcil Jledal oi "World's CxpaaHtow. Uettn to thonandi otprsdnates in ponitlraf. of rait Easiness Cocne. ie!o Jlng j, f. Tai-tio- o. i DUHME BROS. 7 and 39 East Fourth St., decl-t-l- Bovl6-4- w -- OINCiNMATI,b. CO., Headache bad? Get Dr. HUs' Pais Wlb. re-s,u- we South Carolina Pnlmoft'o slate' ' life ? p ,- are I wHtoaW forTJaie mr- - Hoaae and Lot aHsaled B.tfee rintV Nerthaad Tth ceoMcet, i Streets, "back t AV.. Baraaaa'sywytrty. Adar1cirosgra3TBrse,2-veaToM,-aoai u high, bev.nMMM, peed jfliV- and N. B We are' not" neglecting our handsat tae heavy mane "Red tail, caste to jar The bowe has aeceseaCT atAalMwlu ta-4 other moaijs ot farm let Mvw JMadiaoa Wall Paper, Window. Shads. Paiat and eeaafevGR' SAptetaeer Mtav .Qmmt aaaTawa acwM ter Oath. . X. -Glaea baslaess,' tbe Bame,. low prices ffi, 7? n" o invviB vvpsyaBa -- . i ForaSar8'Pri7aif- F- vuiis, Estfay "UotiGftr , ' " rade to eeh ami every oee alike. aTW"' yjBySf jj U A, . e - eti i -- - & 3- - Jf ' . c&k C3 .:' , r.fV.Kr. Q k kSjr. -w fej-p ; 3K5IS3"2rtiii3t&SSS ffyy-jj-- , mmmmmmmmKmB jTaJ : 'iyQl--r-jr- r rm- wv -- . - ,. : . I ' ' Beautiful Calendar. r - TOOBUSYSFes i m But SPECIAL SALES every day until after New Year, Our business has been phenomenal and, we are very, thankful to the public, and take this opportunity of wishing each and every one . I , Tin handsomest calendar w far re-- 4 ii will. Hit- .n.nnliinm.t fif 5 "" " Neville- - Moberley, Furniture I Dealer. Slain Street. Don't buy a Snit, Overcoat, Pair of Pants, Hat, Shlrt'or Suit of Under-- w ear until you sou our line and save fifty cents on the dollar at Stoufler's removal sale. A (2) Look Satisfies Hunger. STI-THE- , MERRY CHRISTMAS The display of all kinds of fresh meat shown in tin window of "V. II. Douglas, is sufficient to satisfy a hungry man though he may not taste the toothsome viands. The finest meats? are shown, maniples of what is constant ly on hand within under the dexterous care of Mr. Alf. Douglas, head surgeon of the beef at my. , JiN Y 'BUFFI 1 1 1 "WIIIIBBig!'PlMair.lMl .M.I.I AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR. When you anything in Shoes and Gent's Furnishings need Boots, GIVE We Rill make you a S15.00 Suit to mcasuie and guarantee a fit for at StoulEor's icmoval sale- Register Office Moved. .59.75 (2) THE GREAT FALL.... CAMPAIGN OF THE fey Bee Cash Store Is Now THIS WILL BE A CAMPAIGN THAT WILL LOXG BE REMEMBERED BY THE PATROXS OF "THE BUSlr BEE CASH STORE CORPORATION" FOR IT WILL BE A CAMPAIGN AGAINST UBII III ! III1MIM1W - On! IS i Sill! T'TT TTtyfttTT DOUGLAS. p DDIPUT AND 207 WEST MAIN vitiuiie STREET, RICHMOND, KY. - & iJilt MPANY - II For the third timo in about tuo years the Register ollice has baen moved. I This lime it toes into aflame struct- tire erected on the piemises in the rear px ol Sehlegel's Art Gallery with on- trance on Main street. The median- - sV&sax ical department is separated by. fifty feet from the edilo'rial 100ms, which is I'HfiSCk'St''' 55-5of a mistake, but as the pro- - ( one lla. nriutnr .. tl.l klinnf! l.lFl'k S il 1I1J1V lit. ., ' wv.. i f sslf nrevailed upon to build a pavilion te! '. connect Davis and the 'Devil." Otlwj eruiee the former will hae to raises tho latter by means of a trolley wire or l an idr ship. $3.'2o buys $19 00 worth of clothings J hats and underwear, at Stoufler's "l JSU, 2 i High Prices & For The People! NEVES DID THE RACE HORSES GF THE CELEBRATED KENTUCKY STABLES S CHAFF AT THE BIT MORE EAGER TO START IN THE RACE THAN "THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE" DOES THIS ONE. HIGH-CLAS- "s. rwr&-i- M - rtiy Xox We know we are "Loaded for Bar" and many a cold chill will creep over our competi-- s when they hear the Startling Low Prices we are making- on all lines of goods that crowd our shelves and counters this season. - re-- rf few mlilM4i lI$s wm&m PTd- ZSS! Z7ZSKtt?7Z&Z7SrZ& $;Kp5n - moval bale l (2) c3tc-fe&:)ic$a- ) A hi Tfc idfc - cigar. The best smoker, the Proctor Knott The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. DEC. 28, 1898. Proctor Knott Cigar. the greatest variety of Dress outside of the large cities this season. All he new things in Crepons, Epmlins, Toured Jaquards. Uoert Cloths, Sersres, Fortuus Cords, Cheviots, Granite Clotlw, Fancy Mixtures, etc., will be found in our Elegant Dress Goods Department. oods "We aro showing Having purchased the entire line of Dress Goods in Fancy Mixtiues from one of the leading Xew York Houses, we will olfer them as long thev for 2:;c. per d. They make beautiful Dresses and Skirt-:- . All-Wool lat Poisoned With Canned Goods. 1 Here's Your Chance. Some Extraordinary (Iffrrs. by Tlie Climax. I I The Climax wants five hunred new subscribers by the first of the new year. In order to reach this end, some extraordinary inducements will be made. Until further notice the following will be offered to subscribers. The Climax and The "Weekly Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. The Climax and the Home and Farm, $1.30 The Climax and either the The Cosmopolitan, Munsey's or McClure's Magazise, $2.00. The Climax and the Louisville daily evening post, $3. The Richmond Climax and Twice-a-week Courier-Journa- l, both for one year $1.60 The Climax and Weekly Cincinnati Enquire. $1.50 The Climax and Ohio Farm, $1.90. Mrs. Mary Green, wife of W. It. & fejZSgZ? William Watson and Miss Dovie C?T? I faMmgtsh Ballard, both of the Wallacetou locali- Green, was poisoned by eating canned ty, were married Dec, 21, at the resi- corn, but is better. It is dangerous to allow fruit or vegetable to remain in a dence of Steve Holcoiub. can after it is once opened. The acids To have our Clothing the The four Oanks paid $15000 into operate upon the metal and poison rebest that can be made the city treasury last Wednesday night sults. Alwajs, when opening a can, lhat is whj ou get hero more alue lor tlie sum being the tax compromise pour out the contents in an earthen or ourmonevtnan eisennere ,! agreed upon by the council. glass vessel. Never let them stand in Our Fall and Winter Mr. H. J. Streng, of this citv, the can. To neglect this is atrille with Suits and Overcoats President of the local cycle club, has death. been appointed a Director of the State Mr. And Mrs. Willis' Christmas Present. League of American Wheelmen. The Climax is asked to express pubd The Christmas number of the I licly to General Cassius MarceJlus Clay - I Climax i& the prettiest one of our the grateful appreciation of Mr. and GENERAL MILES. local exchanges Winchester Sun. Mrs, Josiah 1$. Willis for the former's 16 to 1 youis, Richmond Climax. any of our SLUTS and OVERCOATS at $12.50 IU IIICIU 1.1SI HLL'K, LUUSlbUIIg Ul it Take Judge Sullivan being unable to (silver cooler, about the siza of a small jar)(i thej' have the set and stj-lof Merchant Tai- j preside at his regular quarterly lou ttl water bucket. There is a silver vecsel . 1). Jones was elected within, around which ice can be packed ' lor's work. hist Monday, S. A. Special Judge by the members of the to keep cool the contents, milk, cream, Our SC7TS imd OVERCOATS at $S.00 received the bars present. It being a legal holidays etc-- It is a lare treasuiy, and its his- -' same care and thought in tailoring as the higher' all the cases on docket were continued tory dates back probably to the time when General Clay, as Minister of the until tlie fourth Monday in January. grades, Everv thread of warp and woof is of pure U.S., was the fiequent guest of the Eloped to Jellico. wool. C..nr of all the Russias. The mft is k Kimnu tcL....-.- , .uuirr uuu. llamlfeomc alul the source of it so dis of Speedwell, and Miss Arabella Bar- - tinguished that it will be treasured in uett, daughter of Roadmaster Isaac the Willis household even to the third Barnett, eloped to Jellico Sunday stud or fourth generation. were married there. -- ZS&zS?. V'e have culled the Eastern Markets for the latest Rovdlies in all kinds of Dress Trimmings and Dress IPtrrciitigs, and when you get your Dress from any of the IJusy Pee Cash Stores" you can feel atsured that ciothinc of a later Design or Pattern will be shown you. We have given one entire room of our Great itore to Ladies', MisseV and Children's Jackets and "Wraps. We are showiug everything new and in favor this season in this department. Our line of Fur Collarettes are the talk of the town. Don't fail to see thi Iim. Rich-tnsn- ReadyioWear Our bii3'ers for the Three Large Stores of the Busy Bee Cash Store Corporations searched the Clothing Market with the Tenacity of Blood Hounds, and they have iilW this department with one Endless Cham of Bargains. Boy's Cassimere Knee Pants, 15c a pair: Men's Cassimere Pants, nicely made, French waist, for 9Sc; Men's Cassimere Suits, well made, for $2. 4S, worth $5.00. Our line of Men's and Boy's Fine Suits, and Men's and Bo3's Overcoats are the largest and best shown in the city. One Entire Room given to this department. White and Grey Blankets, We are selling beautiful borders, huge enough lor anv bed, '.!. a pair; Our lilankelsaie piled Mountain Hfgli on our ledges Blankets from us at and yuu can buy beautiful elsewhere. Red Comforts at tlie price of cotton 10c. each. 10-- 4 all-wo- 4& jlll e Our Notion Department and our Gent's and Laities' 1'urnishinir Goods Department was neier unm complete. departWe have strained evory nene to make th-ments the most attract!', e in ottr great store. Your every want has been unMripatnl, and our Low Cash Prices named on these at tides make these departments very interesting to customers. e Afe VL?S We are selling good vird-widGood Bleach Cotton, yard-wid- e, Cattle and Mules Sold Three White Barbers. The Climax can also furnish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates. Mr. Win. Arnold received $4 00 per cwt. for SO export cattle averaging 1439 lbs., delivered Thursday to Schwariz- chiki of N. Y. He also receivi-- S91.153J each for 15 mules sold to J. S. Collins. d "40 faille For Sale.'" I have 46 nice young dehorned steers, well colored good growthy cattle, aver-ag- o run well together. Will -- Dr. Hobson, Dentist. contract now and deliver fitst of FebIrine correspondence received too ruary. Correspondence solicited. .McWhorter, E. C. MoWhoutek. late for this issue. 000-poun- It will be uidawtul to kill par tridges after January 1. See ad Stock and farming implements for sale by M. M. Miller. Children's Knee Pants at less than (2) at .stoufler's removal sale. Alf. Williams, the Mexican veteran, is seriously ill at Huthton Rev. S. A. Owen has been called by the Kirksxille Baptist churi h. Wagers & Cohen sold to Eastern hotse6 forSoOO. paries two Silas Roberts wu the gold watch at A. M. Snj der's store at Cottonburg. co-it five-ear-old ventucky. A. decH-li- n They Are Naming Them Alter Him. - Hecht, chief cutter for Walsh, the Louisville tailor, telegraphed our candidate for State Auditor: "New Democratic voter for you. Nine pound boy John B. Chenault." That will do. Next. Filly Years Married. have rented their livery stable on Water Stieet to Win. Griggs, of Waco. G J. White k Son have anicelotof baled timothy and clover hay for sale. Write or call on them. After nearly a quarter of a century we move from First street. Dollar's (2) worth for 50c. at Stouffrr's. Deather-age- 's Haviland Chilian are at that is bewildering all observers by its beauty and cheapness. ou26-t- f Wageis fc Cohen shipped to Cincinnati Saturdav two loads noire bought from various k. ti s at 2:G3 to 2:75. We move into our new store on January 1st, and are giving clothing (2) away at Stoufler's. Cows, horses, mules, wagon- -, aud farming implements will be 6old Jan. 12, by M. M. Miller, bee ad. Mr. Claude Taylor will be at Fox's stable on next Saturday and Monday to purchase a car load of horses. See ad Some of our streets are tolerably clean. Others badly need to be visited by the grand army of picksand shovels. You can get Bale Hay, Corn and Oats, as well as Pine Knot Coal, from Coleman NefT, telephone 21, R. N. I & uovlG-t- f B. depot. For a delicious turkey tho Ladies of the "Kirksville Presbyterian Church will please accept the thanks of the Associate editor of Climax. G. J. White & Son - t Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cobb, of Red House, celebrated their gp'den wedFools And Their Honey. ding anniversary in a quiet manner A street fakir visited Busselville on Hst Wednesday with a handsome dinner to which a few intimate friends Comity Court day aud sold great stacks Were invited. A number of handsome of silver (?) spoons at $1 a set. That he presents were given the venerable is an artist in his Hue is proven by the couple. following from the Russelville News, which tells how he wound up his (lav's Mx Bronslon Recovering liubiness: "Having sold aK the spoons It is believed that the operation perform d upon Mrs. T. S. Bronston for he could, tho fakir said: '"I wonder if locked bowel will prove successful as there is anv body in this crowd who has the ladv is unproved so much as to confidence in me to give me $3 to do permit of being lemoved from the with as I please?0 Instantly up went Pattie A. Clay Infirmary to her home a hand with $3 This was promptly returned with $1.50 beside. 'Now,' he at Mr. G. G. Prewitt's. said, who wtll give me $10 to do with OB for the Pn. as I please?' and before the words had Deputy Sheriffs Coljer, Hunlev and got cold a ten dollar hill was handed Gentry carried the following prisoners him, w hieh he coolly folded, placed In j to Frankfort la-- t week: John Tribble, his pocket, stepped down from the bugcolored, for life, for killing 'Rev." Jas. gy in which he held been standing and Hill; Geo. Story, white, two years, walked to the hotel. That night he left j housebreaking; Abner McQueen, white, town in search of pastures new and two j ears, malicious shooting; Ed more suckers, and ib dead sure to fiud Jenkins, colored, two years, attempting them, if he will just come to Richmond to poison Hon. John D. Harris. on any court day. could out shave and shave out any white man that hud the audacity to set up a shop in town. When Cap. Dick-- j erson opened his shop here two years ago. he very sensibly followed the practice of Tammany Hall which is not to fight opposition but absorb it. fc'o Cap. took Joe into his shot) and Cap. i is all right and Joe is all right aud we all are all right. Now then, three very nice looking white barbers from Covington, under , the leadership of Mr. William Bridges, 9 of Covington, himself a professional , abridger of hirsute appendages, have : fitted up in elegant fashion the light aud o.-airGlyndon corner where they will 09 bar- - ee.-h- er conduct, they promise, a shop aud bath room with three ce tubs. The city has grow n considerably 2"" since Joe was the arbiter among ton sonal artists and we liust all will do e s all is well liiat enas wen. we.i. I I tiist-clas- It was onie said that Joe Mackev There is no other stand that can you as stylishly and as serviceably as we can and at so little price. Same old stand, but much larger. rKS clothes, ' Brown Cotton at 4c; . no at 41c; Green Ticket Loudsdale, Fruit of the Loom and Mason-vill- e Bleach Cotton at 0c a yd. Get our prices on Alpino Rosy Cotton and wide Sluetinss. We bell KM Sheeting at Bile. e dres-sing- ,Best Apron Gingham 4c a yd; Canton Flannel, good quality, oc a yd; Best Canton Flannel from (c to Sic, usually sold at 10 and l?2c. We aie selling all Fancy Calicoes, Rest Brands and Indigo Blues at II'c a vd. Retuenauls almost given away. m When von visit any of our great stores, don't fail to take a walk tliroui'Ii our Carpet, Curtain and I'phols-ter- y Departments. Many henutiftil and attractive things will be seen here. AVe are naming prices on Carpets and lue Curtains so low and the patterns are so pretty that you will want to carpet your back yard and hang lace curtains in oiir kitchens. We have just recieved and put on salt a Manufacturers sample line of Men's and Boy's Caps. Our windows are full of them and our prtc is just the value on each Cap. Don't fail to see them Otn Nobby Hats for Men, Boy, and Children 'jre very prettv. one-half Covington 215 . Mitchell., " m (v tfe.-n-. We have one side of our entire store-roodevoted to our BOOT and SHOE DEWe cany many celebrated lines of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoe--OuPARTMENT. prices named on this line is a marvel for cheapness. You can shoe up your eutir-- ' family here for the cost of a few pair elsewhere. We cany no shoddy stuff," our shoes and boots are all good honest goods, bought below the cost to manufacture. You can't afford to miss our Shoe Department. r "Kt f &nHfU WHITE FRONT. Again extending to von an invitation to visit ns this fall and take a look tlirotiirli our store, w salesmen and salesladies will areet you and make vour visit a plejstin. We are. Wrv Uespt , hen-polit- e hri'rht faced 'iiZZ'tlttl'ZZZZZitliZiZZill ee8e0S8 ? , o T5 . s '" j y Everybody Knows (ffl "A,,0 eiM ee... 08 8 8 sJ 9 rs. ill iBBi m JUlllnLlTlA Tk TTT A TkS ESQ - ?m A4 & S5s25rsC g. NLfStV j v RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN i e ...ooo z2Pl "2 fiW7 El . Vr && OUR FLYERS! Men's Winter Weight Sack Snits EE HHBnDRaBMMJIU ?w m fc r" 's The wonderfully winning premier fashions of the season. md Irish Freiss Ulsters. Men's Snperb Fancy Cassimere Snits, Men's Exclusive Model Ulsters, $5 00 7 50 10.0 :: Men's Suits of Rich Native and Foreign Goods, Men's Superb Fashion and Finish Ulsters and Covert Overcoat. Electric Light Company. The Richmond Electric Light Company has been incorporated with a capital "stock ofSlO.000. J. D. Hauss. of Cinciuutiti, is Piesident, Judge French Tipton, Vice President, Jno. W. Crooke, Treasurer, F. H. Adair, Superintendent. Although the Richmond Water & Light Co. claim to have the exclu sive franchise for lighting the city, the Council gave tlie new company the right to erect poles and wires in the city. In the meantime we shall see what we shall see-- if the lights don't go out. Did You Get One? Christmas Bells Chime. There was given a Christinas tree entertainment at the Kavanaugh school 1 iiouse which was a very pleasant and h agieeable anair. The presents were many nd beautiful. It was given under the auspices of Mr. Thomas J. Trib ble and the ladies of the community, j It was a complete success. There was! reading of the scriptures: Mark ".'Oth chapter; "The Wise Men baw the Star of Christ in the East- - Luke "ind chapter; The Angels said to the Shepherds of Christ's birth, "Glory he to God on high, on oatth peace, good will to men." Prayer by Judge Edwin Drown, of this city, who also assisted in conducting tho entertainment. Misses Emily and Earle Chenault, Mrs. JeffTribhle. Mrs, Raxter and Mrs. Korton decorated the tree beautifully. Declamation by Miss Florence E. Taylor; "Christinas Comes; But Once a Year." Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star," by little Florida Gibson Frazier, two years old. "My Dolly," by little Cricket Frazier, four yean, old. Mr. Peter Christopher acted as San ta Glaus, and he was a veritable Old Santa. Men's Suits and Covert Ulsters, Overcoats and $12 00 SG.00, $7.00, S9.00, $10.00, MEN'S SUITS S5.00, Young Men's Suits $4.00, $5.00, $.00, $7.50, $9.00, $10.00, $12.00. SUITS-$1.25- $12.00. CHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS $L50, $2.00, $2.50, 53.00. , worth of Clothing, Hats, Underwear, etc, to be closed out 1st, at Stoufler's, on First $15,000 Street (- -) Stetsons 25.00 Hats at $3 50. $18 CO Suits at $10.00. Everything same way to keep from moving them, at Stop- fer's. (2) W. T. Dnerhon has rented the Caldwell farm of three hundred acres for the yer '99, from Jack Herndon for Elmer Deatherage, the enterprising grocer, is sending out announcements that "Quick Cash Sales and fcmall Piotits" are preferable to "Long Credits." and therefore he has determined to Tjegin, Jan. 1, with the cash svstem. As this means a reduction of expenses of book keeping and collecting, it means he can aud will sell more goods for the cash. As this is beneficial alike to buyer and seller he should beencour-age- d in his effort to get rid of the evil of the credit system. Read his ad elsewhere in the Climax. Chloroformed and Robbed. :: MEN'S PANTS, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00. MEN'S HATS, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00. MEN'S SHOES, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50. - MEN'S OVERCOATS, $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $S.00; $9.00, $12.00.' MEN'S UNDERWEAR, 50e, 75c, $1.00, $1.25. , After chloroforming the family bur $1,250. glars entered tho residence of Mr. Elza Harry Morgan is the only man in Foster, near Million postofliee, on tho Good old Santa; Dear old Santa, We think thee for jour gifts; the Whites Station neighborhood that night of December 18. and carried away Hope jrou will return once more. eggs enough this Christmas to $91.36 in money, and possibly other had Wheu Christmas comes agair. make an eggnog This is the result of articles that have not $ et been missed. Councilman George Pickels, of this his fine thoroughbred Light Brahinas. Mr. Foster, speaking of the affair in Monday, says the robbers ef- city, contributed very much to make it this office Give Colenura Neffyour next order fected an entrance by prying open the a success by the loan ot sleigh bolls for for Rale Hay, Corn and Oats, and kitchen door. The money they secured Santa. don't forget he is selling the best coal was in the pocket of Mr. Foster's trous The children and all enjoyed it very on the'market, the famous Pine Knot. ers which were lianuiue on tho head much and went away with much gleei Telephone 21, R. N. I & B. depot. of his bed. After bursting open trar.ksfwishing that the tree and Santa will novlC-t- f and lai.sacking the house generally, return next Christmas Mr.Trioble wishes through the meThe cubtom of taking the Lord's the robbers left, leaving the doors of the rooms dium of this paper to express his sin Supper before the sermon was begun tho house wide opeirj-ib- as and the family cere thanks to .Mr Peter Gentry, selicol last Sundav and ill continue for some were well ventilated his kindness for.the use of mouths that the membership may de- feltnojll effects from the chloroform. trustee, for house. Also his thanksto he J'as the guilty the .school cide whether they like this way better Mr. luster-think- s in-- a short the many persous who contributed to not. Members mnet be preseut by parties shadowed and dll or ihem lBiidedleafoIy,t behind make the entertainment a success. time have 10:45 a. J -. '.. yi, EB. . Pastor. Uhebars. W' .V. i ' ' r .. BOYS' UNDERWEAR, 50e. 1 Everything in our store is fresh and new, no old goods and everything at the lowest price that cash can buy them for. H. msyVly ? J.. STRENG, Tie CWW.Tke Hm&v, HS- Ite'Smr, Tk Ou. Matter. ia.::;:WiRJ4YDii! - K. W. Collais at 10c; Quakei 'Ihoe Who hum' City Shirts at 75.-.-, which is less than The pains of rheumatism should be reC2) minded that a ctnt fur 1'iis disease cost, at Stoufler's removal sale. may be found in Hood'.s barsaparilla. i Flu experience of those who have tak- n Mood's Sarsaparilla for rheumatism, You can Ini- - more GROCERIES for less, monev and have been completely and pcrmau at Thuumax's than anywhere on Earth. Give entlv cined, piovo tin power of this as a call. medicine to rout and conipiPr thisilis-Cure all liver ills, bilious- - Butt ep&e. Hood's SVrsapanll.v in the One! sour stom- iiom, headache, M True Rlood Puritier and it neutrnlies ach, indigestion, eonstipa- - g 5?4 the acid which catibes th" aches and' fl Cheapsidk. turn. They act easily, with- M RICHMOND. KY. This is why it i Cor. Main and out pahi Gr Krlr. Soid by all drajrts. 25 cental pains of rheumatism. absolutely cures when liniments and The only 111H o take witli Hood's Sarnaparllla. fail to give ; Tlie sooner Ttissadthat the soldiers .who. had The new secretary of the interior uur.uu.muiTuu.. le sure to tret ;,i,nf i.., a cough or cold farmed permanent relief. . . .. .. i ..w. .. . .li.l.n i.uigering coins are dangerous. ..w... . long marches in...I.WiU.l WHM UIB ." -- "will not take chanie until lute in Jan- - Hood's. Mack-""" Cuba much bettrr i(...l,iil.1'c9"'Il'!, distrtslnc. One Minute than the others l Tho latest 1 :U'V- ;!' ti Lough Cure riuicklv cures it. Why. ",1 artihcial aunstitutu for eg-- i n. t?MV DI...T.. U.mii almost exact duplicate i)l the Ijiietgert sutler when such a cough cure is- with- DCll 11. pleasant to the taste the Chicago market. in reach.' Jt acts as a balm to the lungs, cutting wife killing incident. Doiifclas vt Wells. the mucus, allaying the inflammation, , When Yuu Take Cold Pains in the chest wheu a person ha-- , healing and strengthening. It will cure r The who tiroes a a cold indicate a tendency toward pin n a cough or a cold in one night and ex- - nothing come! in so useful as a bottle vault from a third story win- inoiiia. A piece of lluiiucl ilaiupt-miiilarate the lungs against the inception of Dr. I'ell's Good with Chaml)erl.tiu's fain Point an-of disease. 2oc at good drug stores. for children, good for overv bodv. A dow makes a saft hit. ot "vTo cure no pay. It remedy you can always tly upou to Chamlerlaiii's Colic, Cholera and IhxhhI on to the chest over tin uin will promptly relieve the pun .nut cure a cough, an attack nf croup or Diarrhoi-- Rciiiciiv :iIumv A dispatch from Gen. Otis to the war the treutuii'iit will at uj to- - pended upon and is pleasant and safe piuvetit a few hours. Sold cure a humkc other bronchial trouhh hack in bv department denies reports of disorder date drug stores. ' "to take. Sold bv l'errv i: Thomas. Thomas, llruggists. dec7-lnf Kldllllll, ' Ul "rilll'l ti Beginning Jan. 1, the L. fc N. will Urnggibts. Riinhoo jens stil! retain thoir I4d m ?gi Oxygsn. raiders blew tip a run five daily trains between Louisville Intlia vrhen tliry aveheeu in tiw ft r in Shelby county, with dynamite. cures aud Cincinnati. Dr. Hell's more than l.l)0 c.ir. coughs and colds and soothes the air From a MelliuilM I'rearlirr. TEA cities Tin Jiiiilrrit Mother passages. It heals the bronchial tubes :UiJSVKV sia, Cbn?tipation and Indi Ct.v Citv, Im., Jan. V2, 16D7. lungs It builds and strengthens weak Hiis found that her little ones are up tne tissues anu enauies ine oioou to gestion. Regulates the Liver. Prtce,25cts. Pepsin Syrnp Co , Monticello, ill. Wj improved more by the plea-aSvtji,. i receive its proper suppiv ot oxvgeii it Sohl by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. Gentlemen: It affords megreat pleas-- -I of when in neeil of the laxaiL..-- i tire to speak in praise ot vour mort ex- effect f a gentle remetly, than bv O. White. ai.v Wayne Dovvrou, Jr , accidentally shot f.llnl.t mmltnillu f li'.vu kUtr.kr.irl nll.li. .,,., It is estimated that one person in ',. cr t deal from si.-- liHa.lud.. , tl...re- - (Other. Children enjoy it and it 'licit ... and killed Lindsay Smith, a friend, at tits them. The every 10 of Ohio's population is sutrer- -' suit of sedentary habits ami sluggish Figs, is manufai-ttiro- true remedy, tyrii.-- i . Catletlsburg. by th'eCal'itern. liver and bowels. Your remedy corrects I'ig S rug Co. onlj-- . "Hp ing with the 2 . lthe.se troubles and my headaches an Tho doctor may be a good old uirii. stopped. J. C. ISoo.ne. Jn the teigu of Queen Klizaheth V How She Walked. but ever so, medical examimions and ' ' Pastor M. Iv. Church. treatment are ordinary expense of the Uritish nn , tho I was a constant suileier riom rheu-- ' dec7-Ii- u of 15. L. Middolton. abhoirent to every modest woman. mntism. was ouly ?o0 (XX) a vear. one time 1 could walk They are embarrassing -- often useless. only withAta crutch. I read about Only 1,027 women in Chicago regis-- 1 They should not he submitted to until Hood's Sarsapanlla and lie gan taking When vou ttsk for IV Witt's Vii.-eied this vear. against 5.000 in IS'.KJ. eveiVthing else has been tried. In Hoel &a.ve don't accept a counterfeit it anil after the use of two bottles I was or imitation. Tiiere are moie nine case out of ten, there is no reason relieved. 1 have never been troubled . TvvoruinUil ttsuereil. for them. In nine cases nut of ton, with rheumatism Piles betuir i:urpi hv l!.i.. tl. ... ..d since. Hood's Sar- "What is use of making a better others combined. DniiM.-- .t uviu the doit.r in general practice isn't) aparua the best medicine I ever article thanthe your petitorif you can competent to treat female diseases., ook." .,, In some parts of Jt.ilv the gowrn a be.jer Jce j They mak? a branch of medicine by LV.entut.Ky. Miss Kkid Inobaji, Drake. not A lis. As Here is no fferenceiuthe. nteiit Ikh i.. snen.l themselves. Tnev are (INtlnct from t.. ..!... win otty oniy ine oei other ailments. They can be propeily iiriceoi vvorthoi Uxes.. Hood's Pills are the only pills to take :pr . ,fwt While our profits may be understood and treated only by one ' ,., a ri.IJ m iim. im- Umalle on a single sale they will be has had j ears of actual practice and ex- - with Hood's Sarsa pari 11a. perienco in this particular tine. This j J.osses on the great lakes- - during m,tr,'v J: Lan STM'tnVn..v - Take laxative Urnino Oninine Ti h'etn. , . ' t n e .. IS irue OI ur. IV. v . ..w tmci nm . ' ah uniggtsi. jciuiui money if. it faiN t.. were tlie greatest in History, yolir make is tho best? the Iuvaiids' Ho- - tho If both articles are broiis?ht promili-- ; curf- tab.ct He geiiuitiu has L. JJ. ( on tel and Surgical Institute, nt Bngalo, ox er S,t00.000. ' ijoiJ.i.t.i enlly before the public both are certam N. Y. Dr Pierce's Favorite Prtocrip- . fried and the public a ill jrty tion. a temedy for all derangements of 01 a fas CUBAN O I L cures , fr. t tlloUsaui, of nns the ..reproJuctive organs oi women, !.:.... a ; ....-- . ..rt r nu. un. uuhicu wn iwaimmi ni.nti.y one. pr . ... .li wntn uceii in itvriuai usu iu. iiit.iu !... ."""J ' ....LnixA iii. ..u.t. xini;. 9R i...,..a. onlv tliO" better .... ,:, ,. , .i . .. cures everv iorin Ol "female ... r.n.r explains ' vear-i- . lue large sale on vnnm-- i in It mis Sold by Perry & Thomas, ejecessors to v. berlain's Cough Jtouedv The people wealinees." u. .vniie Krum an (Hit Ihave leen using it forears and nave Gov. Dradloy has finally decided not In Chicago a man never knows now r found that it can always be tlependcl IfcJJT Jan. to Interfere, but let tii3 Xegro rapist many friends he has until he wrecks a i upon. I liey may occasionally rase up t Gent-- : I hav ever in some lasnionaoie novelty put rffniiiiinKniliiiu- vn.ir Kmm ..f wiui Dlanks hang at Slay field, bank. claims, but are r Hln 72 year, of age and am hiofceil Jorth with exaggerated v certain to return to the uiiu remedy that down, the trouble havintr been hromiht Quit Coughing Eczema. and Tetter, they know to be reliable, and lor n iu-... nKrionn. in ti. .... lis easy eiiouah. if you .take Dr. Bell's m.lli.tli--- t vnl4rCF flM'l . ?. i r..mlivi pnlflw nn.l pfniiM th.rA .i ii .l...r " JXmv.4 sf 41iw tili.-iI-i Pino nllntrvo.i'l io iiijwiuiii twiuj cu Ir amtnl Vm gui.ein- - iinciHciut; nnsuoiiu me moregotKi u.33a It J?In tt uuuuiLi;i titik ' n v ii .u7. aovrO 44 inafntitlt iii ct4tcii hundred doctors aud lam inn r.t.!it and allays the inilatnmation so tliat r Chambcrlala's iive and etiv. tor stile bv l'errv ft: lh oma. well of stomach troubles. 11 , no inclination to Ltliele Is dec7-lITanvverv had risps ours tiulyt JErFKBso.s-- . Witiit'Of soothes the bronchial. ind is strengtti- H bv it. It dc7-li-.i OfU. L iUidOeltoa- and lungs. f All good Jg cqncjry efficient for itchkig piles anu eoing to A statistician sjates- that half the urugi sisstii 11. ' a favorite rstnedr for eoro nipples; wealth in tho United States w in the The largest wroneut-irop:Ifr U it cnaprje Delhi. In India. It U ( feet liij. h, ut r who killed lanuckroai-csoraeB- nanus, ooudibub. xzws hamb ol some 2,500JjHsrsons. Callm Jo.m.. Hwirv ,..-.--. .., 25cte. perbor. .. . ton-s- . . a in ihh c0nst ipationprevimts tho body from righs,17 atTopetlC Kanstia sentence t Dr. Csilv-'- Cm4I(hi rwSors, are viddink Jtseirrff.tWtB aaattar. Del A -- ,...,..,,. .n.,.11 "iinttF yvfliuh linr3A''tuM!lii 'vrTwn. im ft,: Jiittl,KrIy Hiswrs will remove j UdtA lm U tu wkttrot like h aaj.MlT".. Itie-f'tltflvU. Teakj.'.hkwa'sraer aad JlewiHe.ht aukskl.v ud fai.ltv uk ci .. XJey . Mr .rHusiwsflRlM-tivUveratml clear MhTsUft Cur. ....y. ...,.. - r. itr. r. JV I .. .f. w1 ....l ..J 4L. b yv- aud Susmor ComckJuU. ".tTIce. 25 Ceute. tuwWi"i-- - n. r..i.ilMI Kttf. wv."VI"ra' iUu.ll .acu. "mu WC gl W IHlJ tin .a b to W. O. J"! a . izyiPW , 'TfTO' it H . ooos - n? o n? lYr XT xVx JD EL t JlL iVX n ir id XV Iv Tiiurman Grocery Co., ,i.i - E3 iig Sin 1 . 1 ; !..,. -- .- ..,..... n.ir -. sPiis.-itii.i- aritic-iai'iiu- u; s t- -- house-move- of d Pine-Tar-Hon- 1 m-- s In-i!- - ni dei-7-l- Toll-gat- e toll-hou- J Pino-Tnr-Hoti- nt ' - d ( 'local-applicatio- ! ca-e-.- ..f I .- -, J j I Riiltin-ptijsicia- nof .... s CtT-rlT,l- f 00 I , - ..-- - -- ..., - t .. , e -- e'" , I "" twiav . Qlt,junlsTn,-IKSiheu.,qucKiyiias- n. r, . sul.hrr-KnoxI- xi . - -- I . i,r 1 Salt-Ithcu- at 1 Tar-Hone- y. tin-thro- ,. ,.ijn -t. . l!oA-c-v- a 1 1 - m - s -i.iuieniii-.uRy-jasir-svasgiv- -- , 1 i. n i, l eH ft Jjer, v il 1 J la .... . o- 1 ? ft-- f ri . ' "?" 3 " s . ' s . J I s-- .d j ft f "'SwJ' 'Jt n.- -. . .- 15 " '.., W1 fas' cR r xt v." - v .' 5' - 4 . ff 0 -- !,- J' r"' ! i n , " I Mil - lit w ff, - C' . - f . ! - --- r - " -T - vk ic iu Wr.r. wmi r S?vs. ., vra,lf ts. rwen 'r Wm 0mm Vejte. e ;- - ' -- - "Jrl jf2$fr JS ., . ' - &- ,- - ,, - i j. r ? 431 w 3 - src - ... sr. Hi -- n .- vf 9- - ' LP', j, v, AS4&l j$ ,. - -- Jr. KijM"i'jCH' MS-- WMjSR$5iW v Hf.-B- HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkcrsburg, W. Ya., Eecom- mends Wrights Celery Capsules. PAnKEESBUEQ, iMp!Lfe AflrSVel Reported every Tuesday at noon by E. Deatherago & Co., Staple and Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. 18c I I Delicate 1 - CORRESPONDENCE. . SUMER.-J8- BN MfSlAI,. ,.. .iJMBMMiliBillMMBMWW f3 .... I I- ""JI"P1SS?" ." W. Va., 26, 1995. January The "Weight Meti. Co., Columbus, Ohio. Wright's Celery ber, 1894, and find them to be as recommended. I first beiran taking them while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treatment for Sciatic Kheumatuin. liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which. I had been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsnles pave me great relief roni the beginning and have used them ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited. I recommend them to any and all Buffering with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours. I have been using Gentlemen.Capsules since Novem- in trade. EGGS lOjccash; a,-They do not complain of BUTTER Choice country, 10 15c. anything in particular. They BEESWAX 2 025c K eat enough, but keep thin and , .T- -, WOOICIear grease wool, 16)lfc; ti paie. nicy appear lairiywcn, hurry, 10loc; tub washed, 25c have no strength. You $ but CHEESE Country, 10c fc rnnnntsnv thev are reallv TIMOTHY SEED-S1.35$. sick, and so you call them .00. CLOVER 1.50. SEED-$1.50$5- (Children I - ft .s , j & THE EXCELLENCE OF SYBUP OF HQS is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fig Svkup Co. only, and we wish to impress upon, all the importance of purchasing; the true and original remedy. As the T. Caldwell. Charles genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured Sold by T. S Hagan, Druzgist. Price by the California Fig Srnup Co. Callatdrug-sor- e 5Tcentsand$L00perbox. only, a knowledge of that fact will 6- and get (re samcle. assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parAll druggists sell Dr. Miles" Kcrvo riastcrs. ties. The high standing of the California Fig Srisur Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has ALL WOMEN given to millions of families, makes Should know that the the name of the Company a guaranty "Old Time" nemedy. 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. - 50 BLUE GRASS 65c; extra clean, G075c; fancy dean, pure seed, $11.35. IRISH POTATOES 4050c; SEED-Stripped, a? 2 U V sr BACON HAMS-lOc 10c. What can be done for them? Our answer is the same that the best physicians have been JJ giving for a quarter of a cen- - & & $j delicate. tury. Give them 5$ LARD 7(.8ic. GRASS-$1.2oS1- the people of these United States for long generations to come, in large part by Mrs. Stowe's book, "Undo Tom's Cabin,'.' made it especially timely just now to lay before the public a pithy and pointed, careful and logical analysis of that book by a distinguished SAX FKANCIriCO. CbL Southern bishop, the Rt. Rev. Richard LOUISVILLE. Kj. SEW VOUK. N. Y. H. "Wiliner, still bishop of Alabama. Jan5-lThe narative was had years ago from the bishop's lips. Shortly after the close of the war be1st ho bost I Pccde TrraMe. Corrects all IrwjtatatJps'r. Female Onrans. Should be tween the States of the Union the tok - i fi r V- e of L'd and before kavo stood the "3 i -" I have rented for 1838 the several houses ad bishop met with a gentleman from the Tertised by me last December, but have now Uorth, and in the course of the conver. New 8jmT JloUdne Cix. Chat- four or five other nice cottaces. well located i Mai . and equipped forsalo on easy terms. Call at sation was asked whether he had read u.f ra, . my office over Messrs. While & Gibson's storo, Mrs. Stowe's book. with Stephen P. l'arrish, "Of course, I have," said the bishop. Ferrv A: Thomas, druggists, successor to W. FLORIDA II. PAURISH, r a. White. Attorney and Agent. "It is very remarkable as a work of ficjan2&-l- f tion, fine irony, for if the book pretends to describe the condition of the slave in the South as generally exist-inand not exceptionally, then it is pretty much a, work of falsehood. And ECONQMIST RANGES I venture to say," continued the bishop, T T "few have extracted its truest and deepest and most consistent meaning." ? "As how?" replied the interlocutor. yV r ' f' : "In this way," responded the bishop. WXS&u ' 'In the first place, who was the hero of )&fe&&tez$&& s L0&&2 9-1 the story?" .gsweetfsraSK u 2S1 "Why, Uncle Tom, of course," was : in the reply, "a most conspicuous characv: ter for honesty, fidelity and piety; one r.igg$qia!&Kr' " jJj7as5grjr:-''- : of the fluest characters I have ever read of." XSiU--- ,j "Precisely so," said the bishop,"and -Fj .assiss ya Kfl SJ&' e?y h was not this man a slave and reared l-fiSKK' V i under that condition, a condition tendVST f.&k fesv A ing to and producing.by patient degrees, ifjsrssi u4 in the native African the instinct of obedience to lawful and kindly authority, out of which instinct sprang reverRotary Motion and ence and faith and dutifulncss. Roofinp;, Guttering "So, according to Mrs. Stowe's testimony, doubtless unintended, but none and General the emphatic Job "Work. and less, perhaps the more,not incomvaluable, slavery was patible with a very high type of integrity and piety in the slave." Musing for a moment the reply was made: "Of course, I must admit that much ; it is set forth in the book." "Xow for the second point," said the DR. CALDWELL'S ! bishop. "Please tell me who vas the conspicuous, most lovable, womanly CURES CONSTIPATION. B character in the whole book?" For sale by Dewey Music Co., Rich "Eva," was the answer, "one of the mond, Ky. Headache and Xcuralgia cured by Dr. most lovely of the sox, gentle, kind, re MILES' PAIN PILLS. "Ono cent a dose." fined, a most attractive, womanly character." AEE YOU A DEH0CEAT? 'Was not Eva a slave holder.descend-e- d An old adage reads: "There Is a place from a long line of such gentlewomfer cvtrything," and for everything to be en?" quered the bishop. in its jiUco, the LOUISVILLE DISPATCH "Yes, she was," was the reply. sfcowld find a. place in the home of every DEMOCRAT ia thj SUNNY SOUTH. The "Then you will perceive that this IHspc.tch is the people"s paper, owned by y noble woman represented a refinement the ptople. and is always ready to fight which was defended and honored when FOR', for the cause of the people. IT STANDS the fathers and sons of tho South left SQUARELY ON THE CHICAGO without the aid or consent of the their homes in the keeping of ..the au& 3VcgA&tv SkysJ. Cold Dug Monopolies, and a fair comparslaves, while they fought on the battleison of its news service (cow being fields of Virginia, and tho behavior of over IcaBed wires by the New York Six of the best Fire Insurance Comthese slaves over tho whole South Sun. tb Chicago Inter Ocean and the panies in the United States. Losses paid Northern Press Association) with that of tho 'suggchtio falsi' of 'U.ucle Tom's pruinjuiy. any other paper, will fully verify Its Cabin.' You must admit that womanMotto, "If you see it in the Dispatch it's In the Prudental, you are offered the ly refinement and worshipful influence ea, ami if it's so it is always in the Disbest Life Insurance attainable, and on were not inconsistent with slave own patch." the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again give the best We The Dispatch also has a staff of over ership." will not transact business with irrespon3W aetlve corrcsponOents in the South, and sible companies. "I may not deny that," was the adwill POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE y r ; asa-Cfclll-Birt- Oil with Hypo- of t: phosphites. It has most re- - S markable nourishing power, jf Jfl K It gives color to the blood. It (jj II y brings strength to the mus- - '& if cles. It adds power to the " It means robust BISHOP WILHER'S VIEWS OF THE BOOK. f nerves. r; health and vigor. Even deli- - 5s cate infants rapidly gain in v lily W. C. Butler.l damagfuc g flesh if given a small amount & The seething, vexatious and V three or four times each day. s troubles social, political and moral and $1.00 all druggists. fomented and focused and foisted upon ?. SCOTT 50c BOWNE, ;Chemists, New York. ' Y, & ? j Cod-Liver ORCHARD RED TOP 50c. SEED RYE 00c. .35. i seoit's Oiniision i u and tho wretched resu't world. of by-go- is before the ir-c'- mis Read This Attoruey-at-La- -- decS-ly- Wfieeler & Wilson Sewing Machine, -- l3l- j, - V jr-&- 's?' :SEi5 rd V7S? aaa m i"" "sP? 'j&s. tmmmM lng X t- vsgms&zmtt o a: w w "Almost all of the beautiful resultant condition is rapidly that passing away forever tho faithful old STATION CjIMP. nurse, the decent and comely servant, Estill County. lovreverence, obedience, faithfulness ing care for them all in sickness and in Itev. D. G. Combs will preach here health Uncle Tom's piety vanishing. And what instead? Conflicts of races, during the holidays. animosity and distrust, suffrage with Mr. A. C. Wilson is in Owsley county out morals, service without reverence, this week buying fur. the old war between oppressive capital Much of the '9S corn crop remains in and discontented labor." Baltimore the shock unharvestcd. Sun. Elder Harry Clark, of the Baptist Soothing, healing, cleauing, cleans- church, preached here Sunday. ing. De Witt's Which Hazel Salve is Miss Annie Allen giivc a corn popthe implacable enemy of sores, burns ping to a number of her Iricnds last and wounds It never fails to cure week. Piles. You may relv upon it. DougMarried Decembers, Mr. Estill Wai--- J las & Wells. ford to Miss Nona Flyun, l?ev. Caleb Campbell officiating. TRIED TO WHIP THE EDITOR. Mr. Clarence Kidwell, who has been Editor John Bosley and John Hen- visiting for some weeks past near Bear nessey had a fight on tho stieet at Wallow, has returned home. Paris Sunday afternoon. The trouble Master Joe Arvin is visiting at the was caused by some strictures in home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. paper on Hennessey's conduct Ansil Campbell, on Doe Creek, this while in the Internal Revenue service, county. which caused Hennessey's resignation Harry Scrivener, Alfred Isaacs and to be asked for. Winchester Demoothers attended the meeting at Antioch crat. Sunday, conducted by Elder D. G. Bos-ley- spend the winter. . Dr. Maupin spent a few days last week with relatives at Kingston. Trivate Bob McFarland, of Annison. Ala., has arrived here on a ten days furlough. Bean Allen wants to know what hard-- . tank is and if it is as hard to digest as Union Stock Yards, "hnrd times?" m Miss May Taylor, of Lexington .1 spent a few days last week with Miss 30ur Commission charges are $3.00 per car Vessie Hockaday. for hogs, 50c per head for cattle. Bank, CincinMrs. Will Dozier and Sue Doty, ot Reference Western German sept7-lnati, Ohio. Richmond, visited the families of Dr. j joc Hockaday and J. C. Adams last week. Who can think simple Wanted-f- ln Idea of some patent? J 25c. 50c tbing to Mrs. Charlie Turner and Miss Protect your Ideas: they may bring- yon wealth. CO, Pat" JOHN WEBDEBBtJRN Jones have gone to Richmond, Write Washington, 1). C for their 1.800 priia oSter Va., to visit Mrs, Ashby Jones, nee ana U3l 01 mo xxunareu uiTemiuns nouwu. Miss May Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Couchir.an, of Fayette counly, were called here Thursday, to their son, Robcit, who is suffering from a broken leg. The range stove given away last week by Hume tiros., as a premium to the successful guesser of heans, coffee, etc., in a glass bottle, was awarded to Frank Seifeird. The bottle contained 7,114. Mr. Seifeird's guess was 7,412. This makes three premiums this firm has jMven away this year. Mr. Seifeird ''Ring out tho old Ring in the new has two of them and his brother-ii.-laT vJrjTJfjf FCTFWMm 'M out tho fals8 tie trae " WKtrfiSttOmSvivlli W. K. Nelson, one. T Mr. Geo. Etnbry has gone to Col., fo A w or I live Hn oha m M 1 - - y i f. -- . ...... " ' M r PLEASE TRY fnr iA wk ' L F W i. :uiii it y W i U -S . I i 11. mlfimm J Mer-riet- te Attpr-ney- s. J" J y 1P KftMjVll4g I -- K ALL DRUGGISTS. t lwIMi3lBBaSr7(I7Z2HlKlnOBHk TOttMW- - WDM 0 M'Df m & &v EAST. m P iVnlRrX lji eiifeE. ? KlUfflK' WMSlMm p '" 3 to ou tne new P'ney forests of Norway m ue rom t10 DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey 1 iKSnHflHHB Nature's most natural remedy, improved by science to a colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe 5ore. weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALU GOOD DRUGGISTS Cure for coughs, Pleasant, Permanent, Positive weak lanes strong. JIis. 31. A. Uetcalle. reancan, as. For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. G. White. Bottles Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sizes BE SURE YOU GET IAM88YEARSOLD.nlnevernse(l any remedy equal to IJr. BeU's Honey. It elves qnlcfc nnd permanent rrlief IIP. n.HU Q!.. Tab Ummaiv utln "", S rlnlBl3lallUlICT In grip as vrellnscongbs and colds. Itraakra Pine-lnr- as to whtit to buy for Christmas if please remember us and we will show you many things that will surprise you. Come and be convinced and do not take our word for anything'. "We quote no fabulously low prices, but our aim is to please our customers both in price and quality. 3$ 's Qutbern MuU kstmt Company! WW Of L,exington, Kentucky. Plan, Life Insurance Reversed. We Pay While Yon Live, They Pay WhenYon Die. OVER 8128,000.00 PAID IN MATURITIES. OVER S50.000.00 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. "fydi .e:aEiHHii-- 'SMyfra i isra aassL2JS3K H Ball Bearings u&iu. s .YRUP Combs. Prof. Jas. W. Park closed his school Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Mon- here last week. He leaves to day for Spearsville to visit his sister, Mrs. J. day. P. Strother. He will attend a Normal Lexington, Fayette county, second school at Lebanon, Ohio, this winter. Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third MonEvery expectant mother haa day. a trying ordeal to face. If she does not Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Kicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark countv, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. County Court Days. GETTING READY Rockers, & j Couches, & j Desks, Parlor Cabinets, Dressing Tables, it And many other nice and attractive articles such as are only found in a first-clas- s Furniture Store. COUPONS MATURED NOVEMBER, Name. 1S9S. Cost. $ 1C 50 10 CO . 14 50. 3$ 3$ Kate S Brown E A B Warren Mrs Mary B Wiliram-DClo'so E Mayzeck .... .... Hunter .... . . . IjOXingtOIl, Address. Ky Paid. $ 35 74 35 74 31 17 . . rx)iiisville, . Buckner, 1.. 50 . 10 50. 15 29 09 33 33 33 33 33 PElPSira Skookuni Gulch Pool . ..Lexington, Tlie AVestern Horseman, published at Indianapolis, Indiana, at $2.00 a Geo W Nuckols . . Milton Johnson . . Jell Burns John B Allen . . . . J P Moore . . . S V Fry . . Dr T O Meredith . '. Geo V Fitzgerald . Mary Hall S. F. Rock, -- TLAT-l'OR- fur-niih- ed he-li- ed year, and issued every Friday, stands at the head of Turf and Trotting and Pacing horso journals, is handsomely illustrated with picturesof noted horses and gives all the horso news from California to Maine. If at all interested in trotters or pacers subscribe for it. The great annual Souvenir number will be issued February 10, and will be worth more than the price of a year's subscription. It goes free to all subscribersto others 'lb ctnts per copy. L'v special arrangements with the we aro enabled to send the Western Horseman $2.00 per year, and the Weekly CiiisiAX $1.50 per year, both for $2.25 during the year 1S99. nov23-tGive us your order. pub-lit'iars 15 15 50 . 15 50. 15 50. 15 50. 50. id so 4 Out t&oVtosv satisfied buyers."' "We repair eveiy 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 go for awhile but thej bring- ultimate disaster." "If you can tell us how to serve you better we shall obe the hint." "There is no demand a customer can make of this store that we will not grant." "We always try to be polite and attentive." WE ARE THE OLD AND RELIABLE F1R.M, 45 45 "To cheat a customer is to .kill business." "Permanent profit can only come from (L get ready for it, there is no telling what may happen. Child-birth ... . Maysville 15 12 12 50 12 50. 50. 50. 50. is full of uncertainties if Nature is not given proper assistance. Burgiu , Georgetown, at It is a liniment, and when regularly is tho best help you can use of fier9s Friend ap- J II Baker (1 ..... (I Lexington, Newport News, Va Lcesburg, .IJtit'te, Mont .Jtladisonvillo . . 13 50 . 13 50 . 13 50. 12 50 . 13 50. 13 50. 50. this time. Newport News Syn. U 13 50 . 13 50 . 13 f THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS of any other Louisville paper. Get the Dispatch; It gives the news and tells the Dally. 8 pages; Sunday. 24 pages; Weekly. pages. We club with the Weekly DIrpatch at the remarkably low price cf 26 Second Up Stairs. Street, je2-l- y truth about it. mission, "for so has Mrs. Stowe nounced to the world." "Now once more and' finally," an- con- Overcome evil with good. Overcome your oonglip and colds with One Minute Cough Cure. It is so good children cry for it. It cures croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, grippe and all throat and lung diseases. Douglas & Wells. THE JESSE FIELDS CASE. plied several months before baby comes, it makes tho ad vent easy and nearly painless. It relieves and prevents " morning sicloicss," relaxeS tho overstrained muscles, relieves the distended feeling, shortens labor, makes recovery rapid and certain without any dangerous after-effect-s. Mother's Friend is good for only one purpose, viz.: to relieve motherhood of danger and pain. One dollar per bottle at all drug stores, or sent by express on receipt ot price. Fur.B Books, containing valuable information for women, will bo sent to any address upon application to THE BRADF1ELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, da. jan5-l- y ti k ii . . . . i -- Sallio Bishop " 12 50. . J M Alboiz 11 50 KB Bradley.. . II II Hagan F H Korton . . Mary Hall WLThrelkeld Harry West Mary Tolls Jacob Kirn .... .... . " " Owensboro, . . . Lexington, 12 50. 12 50 . 12 50 12 50. 11 11 33 45 26 69 2(5 09 20 69 29 29 02 29 0'J 2G 69 29 02 29 02 29 92 29 02 29 02 26 69 24 47 26 66 26 69 26 69 0-- if if St if if if if St -- STUFF DAY TELEPHONE 7C BLOH NIGHT TELEPHONE 2G G9 UE0.JV. RILEY Of Shelbyville, ) f$1.25 A. YEAR4 CALL AT SALOON PARLOR WHEH IN TOWN. Shelbyville, Ky., May 2G, '9G. To Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: Gents I have purchased a box of Wrieht'a Celery Capsules from G. N. Middelton, drujrRist, and used them for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation and found that they cave me im- -' mediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. 9 Ky., Recornraends Wricht's Celerv Capsules. tinued Bishop Wilmer, "who was tho villain of the plot the execrable wretch?" "Why, degree," hesitatingly and with somewhat of indignation, faltered the Northern hrothcr. "And who was this man?" wis tho n next question. "Was he not a man who came South and, of course, mismanaged and, according to the testimouy, most cruelly maltreated tho slaves as did not such families as Korth-enibor- J H Baker Georgo Bohon . . ' A press dispatch from Barhourvillo of Tuesday, says: "The case of the Coin mouwcalth against Jes-s- Fields, indicted for conspiring to murder Judge Josiah Howard Shepherd .NMiddietown' " . Lexington Camden, Ark " ' I exington, . Ilarrodshurg, " Lexington, 50. 50. 50. 50- - 8 10 -- 11 50. 10 50 11 50 11 50 11 50. 11 50 11 50. . 47 47 44 25 47 'o 24 47 21 47 24 47 21 24 17 22 24 67 &&&& ESTABLISHED ll M if s Madison Monumental Works 1863. 2147 24 47 Yours very truly, Geo. W. Riley. that of Eva?" "I never read the book from that standpoint," "was the slowly uttered response; "I never throught of it at all in that way." "Just so," was tho final word of the bishop. "The whole trouble in this whole matter from start to finish has come from ignorant or designing maliciousness and selfishness or intermeddling outsiders who have not hesitated to put bungling fingers to most delicate civil, political and social machinery Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can he found in the eitj' are dispensed by and accommo dating clerks. up-to-da- The World Almanac and o Encyclopedia S for 1899 . AKD Combs, was called The regu Headache bad? Get Dr. Miles l'alir Pills. lar Judge, II. C. Eversole, declined to sit, and W. L. IJrown was elected Special Judge The Commonwealth announced ready, and the defendant made a motion to remand the case to Perry county. Kvidence introduced showed that the same state of feeling The Kew Acetylene Gas Dicycle Lamp. exists there now as when the case was No More removed to this county. Judge Brown, sittirg as Special Judge, overruled the SOOT, motion." ITURNSGAS? j - ''''''.A.A.A.. J J Abbihl Bernice Eggleston FJJManu.. . . . . -- . Cincinnati, Ohio " Lexington, ' ,'. s - . 'i John O Kogers. ,. 015 Tyler.1 . '. r . John B Allen . Versailles " . JJ JFJctt , .... . . . . . Newport News, Va ' . Lexington, 10 50 . 10 50 9 50. Si to 20 20 17 20 17 20 20 20 17 17 15 12 17 17 15 15 15 12 12 12 12 12 12 153 153 147 150 150 150 147 144 .144 6 50. 50. Carrolton,: Lexington, . Bntte, Mont. 850. 9 8 U Connell C ALindelK'.' Daniel Boone Club : SHOKE, ELKloiderer. . Daniol Swope te Genuine Ssratoga Water Kept on Tap.j Late to bed and early to rise, pre pares a man for his home in the skies But early to bed and a Little Early Riser, the pill that makeslife longer and bettor and wiser. Douglas & Wells. saiu xi tiacueiors ooaru at a certain placo in this city and meet each day around the table. We hope a committee of lone widows or desperate maidens will make a raid on this crowd that aro shirking their duties, and will capture the whole lot. Win chestor Democrat. is GREASE nor DANGER FE Johns.. A'lShely-- . W Aand .':... .... ... '. ... .'. .Richmond, 50. 50. 50. 50. " 9 9 8 7 0 8 8 . . Henderson, ," Lexington, ' " i. ii -- f 850. 50. 50. 50. . w5iMreB43i- - BF Powers ..-'.- Phone 3. Thomas CBell . D Gray Falconer It can't jar or blow ABSOLUTELY . . . . '. . ". Second St. RICmiONJ), KY. at Z T Brovles Mrs G It Allen . . . -- Eli three-quarter- t FAR- M- Illustrated History of the Spanish-American OF 160 ACRES, s War Here's Your Chance. hnrn the candle of life at both ends. Some men who never go into vicious dissipation use up their energies just as much by overwork or late llfMirw arl n.9.1ir oil women are compelled by circumstances to use up their vital powers beyond all reason : It may be in housework; or social demands ; or the bearing and rearing of children : At any rate the candle of life 3 ,too rapidly consumed. Some people need to have their natural vigor constantly reinforced in the same proportion .that it is used up. They need the fortifying help of Dr. Pierce's Golden Kedical Discovery. It is a powerful alterative and invigorant of the digestive functions and liver; it cleanses 'the blood, and makes fresh blood and healthy flesh. Nervous,, debilitated women should take it in conjunction with Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription which-i- s specialty designed for female weakness and nervous troubles. Mrs. SaKie Kaufman, ofvirril Citv, Cedar Co. Ma, writes " I had 8ered from lwtaraent or internal organs aad female weakness for one year. Had a bearing down sensation and very disagreeable fecHar after ay second cfcrki waa .bora- - I could be cm my feet oaly a few minutes until he was six weeks otd, then I osmaaeticed taking "Br: Pwrce's GoWen Medial Discovery Prescritioti. I sok seven bottles te an. After takH the. first, bottle I lelt much better. I thiak lam eatirety cured of all roytrtmWes. IcasilaaHmyworkaadaaoBmy feet aU day. I am in mock better ImKhjim than I have been fa.feor yean; a .fleshy and gaining strength, very fintt -- , By wriUttr to J)r..VMtit who ia chief Manv nwinl Some Extraordinary Offers hy Tho Climax. Llcht costs i of n. cent nn lionr. Thmwa a clear, white llilit KO t ahead. Send for circular mi.l Irani about t!io . . - . Greatest Dicycle ".acT of the tear Fron your Scaler " I? . fcr tent prepaid ?or Ed Kane Mark Stevens Cumberland Club Miss Anna Knoblo .... ..... . . .Louisville,'- . Ohicago, 111 . Lexington, .ii . ' u . Lawrenceb'rg'' . Harrodsburgi'. . Lexington, . ' y ifu 50. 50. 7'50. 7 50. 7 " " G 50. 50. . - 6 G G P WNesbift F JEichenherger , Somerset, Lexington, " Madisohvillei"' ChicagOj.Ill ' 50. 50. 50. 50 . .. 6, . v4,uu BADQEH qRASS BiFQ. WIS. Jly6-er- u 60. Good & Co W F White Estato . M Finch Lexington, K Danville: Ix)uisville,'"'-lV:?'- '' 650. 53 50 53 50. 51 50. 52 50. 52 50. 52 50. 51 50. 50 50. 50 50. 49 50. 43 50. 49 50 -- KEWOCMA, te '1 Within of a J READY FOR SALE mile of Owensboro, Ky. EVERYWHERE Ever- - inch of it is as rich as JANUARY Jst J899. cream. It lies on the best pike in the county: the land is rolling to level; 90 acres Together with are in grass; excellent water well, cistern and spring. Buildings: An elegant two The Battle Calendar and a half story new brick of of the Republic 10 rooms, the finest farm residence in the county; immense Compiled by barns; 3 tenement houses, one of which is a good frame EDGAR STANTONHACLAY Hktoriaa of tieU. S. Navy of 5 rooms and complete set of buildings which really makes it a separate farm. "We THE STANDARD will sell this place at an unAMERICAN ANNUAL, usually low figure $14,000. one-haTerms, cash, balance in one, 'two. three, four and PRICE 25 CENTS, five years. "Send for our list of facm for sale. J J . mj The Climax wants five hunrcd new subscribers by 'tho first of the new year. In order to reach this end, gome extraordinary inducements will bo made. Until further notice tho following will COMPLETE iZ?V. 4mU3 be offered to subscribers. BLISS WDFifecli LA.M Grief LUMilward. Jean Mclver .' : REGENERO. i Norton JB A Good ..' D B Good . jj- . . fDr A FJI .... . Ixington, Louisvijlq, ' i LexingtonV f' ' ii I . - : , .' . ; . . . (x. - 06 06 44 06 Monuments, Tombs, 44 Marble 06 06 06 44 44 00 57 44 Those who aro contemplating l)U3ing Marble, Granite, or any- - kind of 44 Cemetery "Work, will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in tho rear 00 of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly oif hand 00 a largo stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all classes of W. G. GOUCHER, one; of the best workmen in Central 00 buyers. Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work 57 in every phase. Parties Jiviiij: at a distance should write to us for designs, 57 which will be furnished on application. 57 YOUR PATROKAGE SOLICITED " 57 57 H7S7VUL-TO- N, 57 00 00 00 00 00 50 JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietoe. Headstones,. Statuary and Foreign and and Granite. American PIflE WORK A SPECIALTY, gjfMR. J757VYES D. Proprietor. Richmond Market 'mwmmmm "us Hvith 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 .ttK. TZ. r.-J- t3it L Tlie Richmond Climax and Courier-Journa- l, J ,T,Murray ... RF Johnson ...... ' Baltimore, Md .tj M- Lexington, . --! Twice-a-wee- k -- lf i( WILLIAMS- - LlTHfe mm-k- Mf ,U M-t- ai 3HJi Sd HL, Owww1mw. Ky. i Ideas?; .jv..-'- , i ir r!Ji ti 47 50. 135 00 John L Fisher . .'u . . .Louisville, '" both for one year $.1.60 :Wwill be convinced, 'byjiving . Chicago, in'i'S'W tovenson ... . 47 50. 135 00 The Climax and The Week The Great OSS?ii'i' Stroai Xir.8 us a trial order that our Beef, 45 50 . c Lexington, 129 00 i,f ' It.: e Mutton, Pork ly Louisville Dispatch, $1.25 3PieE3SrCII ICEJTiSEJO'- r II CO 40 132 00 Newton f It4,' , II U .,,.. no " 4G The Climax and ihe Home: ,M,Mn ..nltliln easy rrar!i of rvrrv .tmcrirnn r MissBE Adams. .. . . 132 00 Meats, jirnoKexceUed.'byany market. . ........ . j4c,iiiri- KTinnumiTi itnTirc ': 129 00 J mo, most cwnpacaled cyo of serums i. Junction City' and Farm, $1.30 Daily. JMsai.. ILT.cft iw(rprf ullr and ii'iirfclrr ', 42 50 429 00 hU'VhvMj&T. T&--.: ' ' .A'NfW'Man.TPhyilrally IVrf.Tt.'l.i' lh rrnlj J TMr The Climax and eitlier the. "T T.arr.rKrsSit-B-wii- I??CltIJ;lVJC!tn.vVn:m iiiLti will re. KtniAt.ir.f- a 50 --T iae oo '3tvjroi'i iV4V,lMU,.a.,UOOUUS.. 44".g0:ic. 136100 The' Cosmopolitan, Munsey's train tlicir lost mntooiLluiir Old Jlen reveres to JfA Mason i vZ. .. 'fKJttfk- - V?'?.'?!;' h'agoiaa. Pntif - Feu, fihhittr - flnlnn. Tiitn ftama mini Tiiirtitiliiii b.j uw Mutin.iiw.- A(.uifimi urui r j tj. jut fulltfeuixlAteor; ull suSTemr from Scmlsal Weaki BvE Benton 42S 00 or McUlur.e's.MagaziseriJ.OU., nesses. ItUDOtetter. - Vr.rtJitx4;!. . Rnernutbiriuui.. WyHfelib'ffiW. nghtly Umlunnil .mm rv.'i,-- , Ti TKiffRjaf The CniMAXahd. the toiiis- - 'Wl? rti.Emliskms. ..n:. iiiij.. mil 3Ia.iUirnPower. - "e IfAnuvt. ttMu...l..n.1...t (t.u t ': ' ..r.. .. Bfe.Stlr i.ii.iiir.. i.hiiii. .r-tt- z dHcr. I'Ack 9t Confidence, nnd all cCvctx at lf.: .. , mJSR ivMSftfo. . rjr r acrxrnb jfar post, $3. 'ille -- IIMITIT f TIiTTTi vj. .. II Kill OHe,f er. lralHe. study or iiuirrU w,, It KU ESK tttt -K. Profit Over Cost!. .. r.iriivt $wmym&si r-- The Climax anid Weekly 'eei'Jiyfta'cetatlia roolet tho I,n1iy j,, , ri r k ""' fil ....h oaie in mn ii tiB crrr.iesi .err? IcHi miliiieworM Cincinnati Enduire? $L50 rl"f HStalf Vlior iuufA ,. 'J . . ' w, i csmm kj w JtitaBwrft ( a lnnrroieair BloodnwtaM t" . iffii I, I llilfi :kMhi ar ;j FwtnUteMy; a'lie ULiMAXiJWMi UJad Jf&rjjif 'VMMFHHAi ;. r -H a V.' - r . & ' ;.:., " 'r. J & a. .m.rr " "ri ' $1.90., ,,"'"';-- ' sV.-THE t. " , .. . irfArcV'"WJ,' 'wifw J.: km0m ' MM cm. Vl WM T'W hh p tHenkMnvvtAcc lioscs do X rib Hiuht. .V0MM WM. lii wfillmi vtth Jlhe fSW: sSwiftW lBsthrte;,of;BBsWo, OSkseot Ore;fwA:reUe American ett ta. ZV A: I n I ty ' w I:'i ffbliMoM aeeordut-- ' tHJTa.l -- " , i. la proiBwioaat advtee wm e obUte! rai anypaer; pttblwhd mi v'iH Wvwrl -' ''' oi gtmtmmi mmuvk. B. .aKIMCV HMT -' --- m gpeciXty aiUfUd to n.m him, DR. ' " ' isMltridttti CMt.. Or. ; tie United S&te&l an EuTp POrwOa te Wrtmowfl br irrr ;v . v 'xi.it tnumwmamMK an SYRUP PSIl m WrxMkittccMtsrtNkM.Mat (j m at reduced raUis, Pe Xadiaa AdvMter wtt W .ft 1 t 1TZ3I - yEtmlH :..t.r..-,.. , J. '. "" . - u". . 141 123 140 Mikes W B.Andersoo and wifq ,'.l , " " 4ff50. 47 135 50. 13500 WgBmm . It's poor logic to agree that all meats arealike. Our meats are the best. We kill first-clacattle, is why "we have always enjoyed a good share of Richmond's patronage. Those that have not favored ' and-othe- ss orders in the past A-M ...... -- J -- l . . . 3fr-- -- ..v Ucldtltvor-VT.-isllu- . -- ofthr-sn- e - m,-i,- " " ! - - -- - . .'1, .. IyCwt !' n - .., -- F?rlT0ish Recieved. null.:. - .' -- - .. . . . . JTi daily-evenin- , .auuc,orscxnalc!:i-cssnnIisdia,TfnoniWWcliiinm- tv-i;-.;.;.- . t? - - i : ..-- : n r. . i i and-Havo- me : Tw,m.i . "V . -- - . ;W vymx . tTUeane-itlu- it j M. " . . ",i,Tr""-- " . ,!! . . Vf- r-f- - -. " j 5 ..-zjz- r a. -- -- N.-Y:- ,.! ,CLi.;fttep, rr-- -. fur-Bis- ' h' iT.-Jc-. n Kwomppix "; vt-v . rV -- i - . am - m m i - Wv ,. T r . Tc .t j !.- J VBBK - fe -- c: V . . -- il t . r. . - ?5 . il'Spapcf; :Dlfclia IWI'H. i. . JX ;. - -- v"T - " fitntMt . wmr '"' -- ? . " fc ; , i tbtb . -- "W a ;-- IS JP.' - n .jr. - MC