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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): January 4, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899010401_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): January 4, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $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. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. VOLUME 25. THE LANCASTER RECORD. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, JliliKiH.s KENTUCKY, l.iveli AV .y. to WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 4, 1899. LAdC Pzpl'r NUMBER 31. Death ) Accidents) ( ) comes (to to all..q)Sany l)r"i"r;' may liek A Good, Clean Newspaper, er ) ) pjr)rj flKC You - up your lnr cannot afford to (9 cam these risks. Let carry th em for you in q) ( The Manhattan Life, of New York. (m V. The Preferred Accident, of New York, of Hartford. 2 9 The Phoenix Fire, f wmwm q General Imuiancc Agents.' decll-ly ) The Christmas edition of ti e Lan-easiAccord was- so good that the Climax desires to attest its appreciation of the efforts of Editor Lanclrnin by republishing three of the. sketches contained fn Imk ? i.knn un.i m .. uicnd him publicly for bin ci.nsiMent and persistent stati.t for Kigtn in Ih'h cominnnlty. We have lung o'emd the lii card's pesiton on public murals and endorse it in pnttictihir Tim clittrncicr of it m!u i - im, . , ? his writings ;iie fi in i i,r eij I otne, for hp Mane's Inr w liei-- t n l.nt lunch, state mid Micleiy. As Mr. dm i mnde i ...,,it. .,. t tn-eiy -- ROYAL Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROYAL BAKING POWDER BAKING the public to know of ouo concern in the laud who arc not afraid to be generous to the needy and tiiln-rinTho proprie turs of Dr. knur's Now Discovery foi l.Vnisiiiiiptiuii, (ioildis aud Colds, have given away over ten millions trial but-te- of this great medicine anil have e of Knowing it i.a- - aii. noly cuifd iii.iii-- .i il- - f" hiiitl A- - tl UII1n:, ti l.ittfr.r aes ami an tilsiose ol tue Tluvni, he.it and Lungs are surely cute b, it. Call on IVrry & Thomas Druggi.-- t, SuceeSMirs In XV. G. White and koi a ial bottle liee. irgillur mze 60e null f. tSvery buitie guaranteed, or price -. It Is certainly gratifying CO.. NEW YORK. erOHsley. Ili.s father was Common weillh Attorney for Ids j tdicial di trict for YZ yars, also Circut .lude for the saaie length of time, and having n FACTS, FALSEHOODS ' AKD FA8LES. -- oasomes Largest Stock ! 2 v.; i 5$t. owes Having removed inv stock of Jewelry to tbe Bright Building on Main Street, formerly occupied by E I. Palmer. I am better prepared than ever to serve the public. I have now the Haadscmest Jewelry Store In Richmond, tho largest and best assorted stock, THE LOWEST PRICES. This stock Includes Which of Ik the Man." the Man." Three is True? "Manners Makes the Man." "Home Makes BY I "OBItDI!ESEE." llllr.Helf SOIIIf ( li : above .an I iiJiText to fv tb' I Oi ,.i tin:, ti lutb'i- . sL a Office Main St. WANTED EVERY ACTIVE SOLICITORS for "The Story or the Philippines' Ilalstead, commissioned by tho Govby Marat ernments Official Historian to the War The book was written in army camps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with General Merritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, in Hong Kong, in the American trenches at .Manila, in the insurgent camps with on the deck of the Olympla with Dewey, nd in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila. Bonanza for agents. Brimful of original pictures taken by govennent photographers on the spot Large book. Low prices. Big profits. Freight paid. Credit given. Dror 11 trashy unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address, V T Barber, Sec'y , Star Insurance Bldge., oct20-4t'hicagd. , Afrui-jaidm j Whut siopa Neuralgia? Dr. Miles' Tiln Fills. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. ATr0?.lT3Ta LEWIS LANDUAM. W. MILLER. Attorney-at-La- His platform may bo thus summed tip: Kentucky. 4 We believe that people only subscribe for a. county paper in order to feb3-l- y armer's National Bank. see what is goinj: on the neighborhood, what the people are doing and how things inove alonj; in their old town. Consequently, we steer clear of politics, scandals and ail matter which Attokney-- a Law, would only cause hurt feelings and KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, make trouble. As to politics, of course Office over Taylor's Hardware store, op- we have our private views, but the posite Court House, on Main Street. readers of The Record will never be burdened with them. We hope our TUB YEAR WHKX LETCHER OWSLEY. II. B. HOGG, friends will call and look through the ItKAT Cl.ELL JOHXSOX. ATTORNEY AT LAW. ofllce. The latch-strin- g always bang His opponent was backed by "Gov. Kentucky. on the outside and your visit will be Bradley, pleutv of money was used, Richmond, appreciated. We are kept pretty busy, the county is Republican, and yet Office No. 13 First St. up stairs. 31 30 but can always find time to welcome a Letcher's majority was 144 Thisshows friend." that the running qualties of his ances.Mr, Ijtndratn succeeded the lamented J.O. &D M CIIENAULT. tors are manifested in him. John It. Marr-;- , whom we learned to He has a stentorian voice, being able ATTORNEYS AT LAW, love and esteem as a perfect tvpe of the Kkvtuckv courteoiiF, christian gentleman. As to command the attention oi i he most Richmond, turbulent State convention; this havChief Deputy under Collector Rhodes ing been proved times. Office on Second street, over Chen Mr. Marrs made friends of everybody speeches for Rryan in IS'Jd, ami grqeery. . anlt's He became Supnrinten in other cotnpaigus. He is an able in Richmond. dent of the huge Sabbath school of the stumper and a powerful advocate fur BEYSICIANS. Christian Church in t ids city thou gli a the county, or any client, having a hap s'rangor, he walked with God and was py vein of humor and the power t DR. IT. II. GIBSON, known of all men. All honor to the ridicule his opponent and his cause. memory of John R. Marre. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Lastly we come to a subject that will Richmond. Of the fifty pictures shown on the be of particular interest to our Madieight pages of the Record's fine holiday son countv readers. The writer lias Office in tbe Jo Cdini building, 18 and so SecJJ- edition we selected three. The next ic always been jealous of the Record beond Street, over YVnue .old drueilore. that of cause tho latter could boast of the oldest CHAS. HOOKER, printer rapt. Frank J. White but as we have his brother "Old Printer" ETERTNARY SURGEON, George White, we gladly divide the Collegr. Graduate Ontario Veterinary honors. Richmond, Office in the Burnam Building, next door to J. -- mind stored with legal knowledge, be- tin: honest and posseted f fine native ability, his decisions were seldom reversed. Letcher Owsley's mother is a grand niece of Gov. Letcher and Chief Justice Robertson, tho hitter and Mr Owsley's grand uncle. Gov. William Owsley, being two of the imtst profound jurists in the history of the State, as shown by their records while on the appellate bench. So tho subject of this sketch has inherited an abundance of leg-a- l talents frmn both sides, which with pioper culture and application will make him a uinu of marked distinction. He was educated t Hnrrodsburgand having a desire to belong to the Navy, attended school at Annapolis for two years, but tirtd of tho confinement he returned home, studied law, was admitted to the bar and it has been proved that ho. is competent to hold his own with the other lawyers, and earn a gjod living. A family aliout which our affection clings is the Owsley family of Lancaster. There was- never but or.e Will Owsley though I lately saw mention of a mine owner in tho Rockies who goes bv that name, but of Uooseggs-theris only one. He is remembered here for his big heart, quick wit, and ability to hold a job under any administration except" thos Prohibition party. Wo hope to tee him yet a candidate on that ticket. And Casey, ids brother, inheriting from illustrious parentage many craces of mind and heart, is destined to be 11 bright particular stai among Southern statesmen. So signal was his victory in 1S97, that it.wassaid that minor events would be spoken of ni happening before or after i "Christmas comes but onco a year," So runs the old, old song. Thank Heaven I If it came ortencr We'd be broke right along! "Mind Makes 3fe: '! love yon with all my heart." She. "That's very nice: but but ' He: "Rut what, darling?" She: "What about your arms?" . 3 Via Washington tactile East Siii er and Cat Glass Novelties, Ad Everythrng Kept in a DIAMONDS. WATCHES. CLOCKS. SILVER WARE. Tommy: "Doctors are all frauds. mi .ii0 i. u ,t ii is via In . They all say a groodjaugii is healthful. .urct ilea. Foi luruici itiiorinu. i.n I know better." ...iht-U. li Hoc WKJ,l.. V. G P. Agt, 11 I'lCnos to P. Itndr-pn.mil Nt i rk via VhinMO" 'i u tco-- t m.i ii.. eowi I'fin.v iv.iniu fti.oit Lin. FjstC!ass Jewelry Store. Sneeial prices rondc on WcddinB I'rcscnts. I invite all my old mends anil as many new ones as want nonest values and couiteous treatment, to come and examine my stock. Clocks an. Watches Repaired on short notice. i "Been experimenting?'' 'Yes. Tlie governor fell downslairs this inoriiihg, audi had a good laugh. Now 'I cannot sit down without pain." a i. null. (J i V l.l.,r Viciiiu-- . in - Aim r .ill hvr-r..ii- d 1 ARMER-- The j.ic!6-6- Jeweler, Christinas '.Gifts "And what did you find in your.stoektng at Christmas tide?" asked "the coy young thing. "Christmastide?" murmured the young man. "Um ah! 1 found my feet in them." She poked him with a fan and said he was such a joker there was no use talking to him. But it was no joke. His feet were in his stockings, his stockings were in his shoes, and I... iitut uimncimu.i ...:.i. u iiieaiuiciiu t.i. ic twiu Christmas morning. "I've found a beautiful coral cave," -- . iiiiiuh. k.i. it y roubles ui Well a.-- women, iiit alt fe the results in Iocs uf appetite, poisonr-ithe blood, backache, nervousiie- leadaclie and tiled, lis'lis-.--, run-dvf 'fling, but tlu re's no ite'd to fe, .). W. l.nrilim tl at. Lift n ! Itliivilio, Intl. Hesays: 'Electric Biters are jnt the thing for a man when ne is all run and don't care whether he lives or dies. It did more to give mo new and good ap petite than anything I could take. I Cin now bat anything and have a new lease on life." Onlv 50 cents, at Perry & Thomas'-DruStore-- . Every bottle . n and if you decide that "Home makes the man," let us help Out3rou make the home. house furnishings are helpers ft to happy homes. Our goods are honest, handsome, and hand', at a less price than expected elsewhere. Christmas is at hand and it should be your good judgment that leads you to give as a Christmas present, something that will adorn your home make, it brighter and more cheerful. Take a peep at mv handsome line of -- room In Bird's-JHj-- e I Maple, Mahog-:iny- , Golden and Antique Oak.... Mm Slime Acnuv ? ri ; i.MHraii m n an mi i unraMMm m said tho mermaid enthusiastically. guaranteed. We'ro going to move, and you must come and see us " "Of course. I'll come. and see you. But you know, dear, that coral caves aren't what they used to be. Everybody down hero who amounts te anything has a Spanish ship to live in." 3 T7Iien DON'." COMPLETE i. j cure you. Tho fiRt rod. I i is tho discovery of an eminent physician. iio Knifo ! (lo Intarmpiion of Business ! PILE CURE is guaranteed Peters had been frozen to death in the Klondike and the body was received at his home in due course ol time. His relatives decided lo have him cremated. Alter the body had been in the furnace a short lime one of the attendants opened the door to see if It was done, when all present were shucked to hear these words: 'Here, close that door; I feel a draft." ''Young man." s;tid farmer Corntos sel. "I must fay you've done a heap o' talkin' about yer family tree. Anybody would think you owned a whole lumberyard. Come out into the lane a minute." The youth with golf clothes accomPa-tin- . The U;C of on; bos effected a permanent cure, v lur.tirily give ycu i!i:s ctatemer.t, hoping it w.ll be the means -. f i) iiir:ngyourwondcrrul rc r.edy 17 the attention of others ended t t- -e. suf-i.r- t.cutnient brings immediate relief. It lias thousands, end vill cure you. V. ch WILCOX, proinin-Mi- t merchant, politician 1 cl.ki 1 1' tho Chattanoosa Fire Department, says : Ait. r vers c f suffering. : ON'R PILE OI MTM KN T Avas rec-pics." ' Price $1.00, Prepaid to CHATTANOOGA, .i any Address. TENN. DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, oct - i- ly Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds. Elegant Sideboards. Extension and Center Tables. '0dd Dressers. Chiffoniers. Njj Parlor Cabinet Book Cases. Hat Racks, Etc., Etc. There is also on display in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever brought to Richmond. M3" selection of Rocking Chairsand Moquette, Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot be excelled. A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and Corduroy,just received from the city. Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Work Baskets, Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attractive additions to our business. If 3ou are a lover of beauty it will pay you to call and my line of Framed Pictures, Medallions, &c. We also make a specialty of framing pictures. -- GO TO THE- ; c English Kitchen, 12 DEPTH, i ' re the properties of 9 tons which satisfy .4 1V i tnc musical ear. & O z rrake of Piano may have one, another two, another three FmIM W. Short St , Lexington, Ky. g panied him. by a weeping wilJ. "W. HASTENS, Proprietor-Regula- r meals 23 cents. Lodging 23 cents. low, the farmer said: Most convenient and centrally "I want you to take particular notice the city. Fine equipped bar in located hotel in connection. of this." HL'ATIXG STOVES. "What for?" "That's our fam'ly tree. That's what has heightened our ideals an' stimmy-late- d our energies. That has furnished switches fur four or five generations of Corntossels." Washington Star. ;'roperfccs, l Our line is full and complete, and in charge of Mr. M. G. Brown, si graduate embalmer and funeral director. It will pay you to call on me before purchasing your Christinas presents. MOST HEN EGGS J .r:i C o lu cotnfcitncn. Jos &JijZ Agents in raxt all ritiis. If none in litaslishid 25 yeirs. 1 S, NEVILLE MOBERLEY, Kf NIGHT PHONE 23.-4- S Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty upstairs, over store recently occupied by Richmond Harness Co , East Main y SV apr7-lRihmonrt.Ky. . I jjisrL'ii, n a Medicine and Surgery. Collins Itnildintr. Main Street. t residence ---- 1 j Overcome evil with good. Overcome your ooughp 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. Douglus & Wells. East via Washington Without Extra Cost. LOOK ALIKE But, O What a Difference in Successor to J. S. Collins. The Taste ! aug3 - 6m Ofhce Telephone Broadway. --- (the Cnrr place) f Richmond, Kkstcckv M G. W. EVANS, D., Tickets to Philadelphia and New Yoik, via Washington, are on sale over Penns I vauia Short Lines at tame rale as tickets over Pennsylvania dirtct tine. Ten days' stop over privileges For limy bo enjoyed at Washington . Rccic-Wel- l, full itifoiination aDply to U. A. (?. P. Agt.. Cincinnati, O. Some stoves slightly resemble the WHAT SHALL H i hiiinmnes do with That is tho qu. tic.11 with which the bigg la of two Nations aro vre tlinc. Ave K M 'H M Advance Advertisement! ESLadies' WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK. Next week Fleeced-line- d Hose worth 20cts for lOcts; Good Machine Thread. 200 yards spool for 2c; 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c. Bargains this week in table linen, napkins and counterpanes. 1 Radiant Dome ' ID I'iiywian and Surgeon, Riciimosd. - Kentucky 11 DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Proditoner fn Richmond, eyOfflce nd residence on Second Street. ... DENTIST, OX- - LETCHER OWSLEY, Late to bed and cqrly to rise, prepares a man for his home in the skies. But early to bed aud a Little Early Riser, the pill that makes life longer aud . Douglas & Wei It better and wit-ei- We have our opinion, but we don't propose to give it for nothing and until we get our Medicine and Surgery, - Kentucky. was elected ('utility Attorney of Garrard by an overwl o ming majjrity in 1807, was born Mauh 27. 1870. and i4 wl o DENTAL STTB0E3.T. Locisniixe, Ky. WOffice next door to Government 1Building, to 4. RichmSnd, Ky. Office hours 8 to OF 12-- novl7-l- y Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-son, next door to ppstoffice. )R. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. dtbt Collins' Grocery, samenoffice r. ur tit Tit.vt.ln (, 1 V -1 1 u n J. n-Offl- C. MORGAN, DENTIST. Not worth payint' attention 10, you say. Perhaps you have had it for weeks. It's annoying because you have a constant desire to cough. It annoys you also because you remember that weak lungs is a family failing. At first it is a slight cough. At last it is a hemorrhage. At first it is easy to cure. At last, extremely difficult. over Madison National Bank, Jly6-l- y Richmond, Ky. Ayers i Cherry Pectoral quickly conquers your little hacking cough. There is no doubt about the cure now. Doubt comes from neglect. For over half a century Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has bsen curing colds and coughs and preventing consumption. It cures Consumption also if taken in time. Keep k v. , Louis 1. L&flfa&Q, xrinih Rlri.pt. nlncinnati. Ohio. im will be at Mr. J. B. Willis' . Richmond, Ky. , on WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11th. 130 returning every second Wednesday o. enca nioma. iveicrcnco ciu jmjo.wm febltt-lmond, Ky. Dr. R. Goidstefn. Of No. Ml Fourth Avenue, Lout svllle, Ky., will be at the Hotel Glvndon. Richmond. Kv.. on WoJ.aaJ.w Tsaaivv OM tfiQQ ex- RetnrningonecUy ia each month! Eyes amined, and glasses sdentlflcallr adjusted. oct5-l- y , , , w KinfaiAC. V B. mmn mctfi. Mer'e c&errg wasttrs wcr 9m If Uttt? Btt IT V m t, Itxiiflsa, Kj. Hi EKARY, BIBLE. MEDICAL, AND COMMERCIAL COLLEGES. JKa Tuition for Literary asd Bible Course $10,000 year. More thn tweaty teachers.. C1VE; Piid.-.- ShH we send yon a fceefc ea this tubject, iter? iMMIlf HJLmJ If you have anv complaint whatever ul drtirs tho medll dvlci yon ran wlllv obtain, ilta the doctor freely. Von will receive a prompt reply, itbout cot. Addreu. I)U. J. C. AVER. Lowell, lU.it. tt Boclal and moral welfare oi stuaenn receive special attestion. Open to both seses. For 11 drusgtett sH r. ajie- - na rum. i Mr. C. W. Miller spent several dajs But, O what ;i difference in Lexington last week. was bora in Madison county in 1820. Christmas comes but once a year, the morning, He went to work iii a printing ofllce in as often as the Irvine items Then comes repentance Richmond when nine years of age'. about with their appearance. He came to Lancaster in 1817, remain- make the dawning, Too true. We would bo more than ed several years aud moved to Somer-- ' glad to hear from you weekly Ed. If it is not a Radiant Home, resided until close of the set, where he Rev. II. B. Cockrill, editor of "The Satisfaction has not come, civil war, when ho came back aud has Pentecostal Herald," is spending -- vsince resided here. He went through days witli his brother, Hal Cock- And icicles adorn your dwellthe Mexican war in Co. fi. Col. Hum: eral of this place. ing phrey Marshal's command. He based rill, Miss Judith Tudor, S. L. Tudor and In the morning. type all his life ami can now get up Dr. T. P. Gardner are sutienug with three galleys of brevier (like this) type "Grippe" as well as a number of a day. Capt. White ts the best printer the stric.ly lo his others in town. Wearoliviugiu hopes we ever saw. He attends the "Grippe" wont fasten her business and frequently lies "O. K." that claws on ns proofs. Ho is the maiuspriug of Tho Reeord otlice. Everybody is Captain's friend and no one cair say a hard "Word about him. It is a remarkable fact that these two men, at the ages respectively of 78 and Has Been Greatly Benefited by 6S, are able every ilay to set as much type and as "clean proofs", as any younger printer in Kentucky. Our Congressman D. Sfreklson of Ohio, rrltes' the following; letter to Dr. Ilartluau. "Uncle George," as he is called, rises at 4:30 a m., picks his teeth and goes to Dr. S. Ti. Hartman, Columbus, O. work at o and bv 8:30 or !) has a column Dear Sin: I have used heveral botof type uu. By noon ho has another, tles of and feel greatly beneand so on. He loves his work, never fited thereby. 1 have been afflicted "soldiers," and takes pride in what be performs. I once estimated that these two men and their lather before tliem. here'in i5bo, had who was also sat euou,jli.typo'td stall' affreight train on Morau's Summit, below Silver Creek. 4.V Rut wo are digressing. The LancasUNPRECtD e!Tc" Heat, Economy, DllDARtt TV ter Record was tho subject. Upon it remarks. Mr. Lan- we predicate! these dram. liere rf to you, to Capt. White, J. Randolph Harris, Foreman Henry, Carey Mullius. and' Tom 'Hammond. Mav vou all live long, and when the time eon ej to "make, up- your forms' into tho 'hell may the "'devif'-didI Air-Bl- ast Hon. D. Meekisok." box" w idle j ou all go to glory. ittth catarrh of the head anil feel en, C. E. W couraged to believe that continued use of will fully eradicate a 0 Sqxa. disease of thirty years' standing-lb (I llotj rum The Gun 1 ntscsVvaXc vV. Your&3incercly, AVas tho ball that hit G. B.Stcadman D. MEEKISOX. of Newark, Mich;, in the Civil War. It Tbe contmned receipt of endorsc-'raeH-ts caused horrible, tUlcers that no treat;, like this for Dr. Hartiaan'a meat helped for .20 years. Then Buck great catarrh remedy, prove its value leu's Arnica balve cured him. Cities, beydad question. Men of Cuts; Braises, ' Bump, Boiln, Felons, everywhere aro recognizing the merit of a Corns, Skin .Eruptions. Best, PWe Cure and are willing to give oxpres-- . ; ' f ucccesorj to on earth. 5 ctsii box. Curo guaran si bn to their ju dgtaen t l)ccausc a ccr t s tai ' I ljaclcellord Ji.CljiitTxrt tiWil, teed, Sold byPcrrV",&Thonias, Drug aTssoluteiewre for catarrh Is AXL to i$ Mt Mll.r--- . ekts, of whom cai't. Kit the xc j. wnn e, I JRVhR Est ill County nbovo is a fair likeness, price, we'll keep it lo ourselves. But we give free advise on Footwear where to get it, how to keep it, how to wear it, and when to wear it. We lit )ou perfectly free of charge also. All we charge 3ou for is the shoes we sell 3'ou and then we sell 3ou for $3.00 and $4.00 as good a shoe as are in the habit of ptrying $5.00 and $0.00 for. If 3'ou will call and see us, we will convince 3"ou. 3 The Maine Commission Co. 1 Diy Goods, Notions and other articles, member the name when in doubt. Cou. Re- - THOS. JHEIGBEN, Manager, Main and Chkai'sidk A SPECIALTY. (nov23-ly- ) RICHMOND. K, KEPAIRINO AND TIMEINO FINE WATCHES All Work Guaranteed. ANE, 2nd f - . h pj Freeman Bros. , . Stiieet, Richmond, Ky. No. i, FirsI? Stiieet. ,- Meekison of Ohio Pe-ru-n- a. VBKr v kMAAa . 5o YEARS' EXPERIENCE r- -. . O rIM GO TO "BW86" V&U White Anvono senaios bekcu aim Trco iwhethermo an onr opinion fnvciUInn 14 probably patentable. Communlpn. Handbook on Patents UouotrlottTcinndentlaL ecnt free. Oldest airrary fir ccurincjatentr. IOCC1TO qnlclclT nsrertaln . & Gibson's Store Dress Trimmings. I'e-ru-- tnoSStfo (.7 iV4. tSg V,!i r .AK&S'H . "fS MWkMMtt SER 1 I . - ; S3 f Dress Goods. f&S& "wm " m V fk A hendsomely lllntrsted weekly. Larcest etr. Ter.n. fa culatton of any sclenutio Journal. newedoiuerj.a rear: for.r months, ft. !3old by all I .V 13 BOTH III I HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, York Ml)Nfi&Co.3B,CroadKa'-NeUrascb Office, CS F EU V?ush lEjtcn. I). C 2S-2- . 7 U anonx New-Orlean- MM line to s S - i and 3tou can also sa3 extreme- 13' comfortable, when 3rou are j driving in one of our eas3r land handsome Buggies and Phtetons. Our stock of fine carriages is unsurpassed for beauty, stj'le, durabilitj- - and general superiority, and we are selling them at prices that will surprise For all the new aud The plain Dress up to date Dress Goods Goods of this season including the new cov require fancy braids. erts, diagonals, eve We have thftin in nil pons, Ettimines, etegpthe new designs, scroll come to us. We cannovelties, nouveautes, please 3'ou in st3'le and v Hercules, serpe tines, price. etc. See these trim- nnings. Jackets, Cellars & Claretles . .l'e-ru-- . Best Line to.r ARKANSAS, TEXA ME CICO AJSTD sidered. ! qualitj conDonelson. John 1, A taj'lor made Jackets,1 latest cut and color-- . ings; also a special lot ot fur collarettes direct from the manufacturer. A new line of Ladies' ) 1 SILKS 1 i. ) Now ero else will von find more novelties tlinn li'ere. Wp I'MVenll the now Tnifetns in I'laids. Stripes, Clid kr ombre eiiPet.s utul plain all arn beau ties. ilks " h lale Your CALIFORNIA. - lay! Save money by buying. from us. We are also Agents for Rfittenvtck s Patterns. Pullman TourfetSJ) lUl'Gar leaves Louis-l- it rl'.le tverv Thil rsday tt and ... . to San iranci3vo. Ask vour ticket aBuvtoi- particular or write TMillnt; Passsui'ergint, to It ft. ' . Lruiavlllc,Kv-.- " frA Raclintsd Chllr Car'Lo3T5ville to Memphis an J Nsiv Or,iJnt. 'AWSS f" ' y.N.,AsXLL'0ND, .H.HANSON, A. C. P. ALon!vill. O, P, A , Cjhicttjo. . Ko'-rla" " You c:m have "your- Imy baled, on the shares' or for Qa'shlAlso. have 'hay fori v ? ::t dcell-w"''- L&Gri miller, Richmond, : - m White - & - Gibson. Main Sri? eet, Richmond, Ky Boi 13( K- - hills and singing mountain streams, are: "hot" for him, and will hold tip hi hands and cheer his heart to victory. Proprietor, sad Editors, Aside from possessing all tho requisi iflLtt2a2,T' tions of truo manhood, and qualified by, a E. WOODS, aoclaie Editor. birth, education and experience, for th& 1890. discharge of the important duties of the; WEDNESDAY. J AX. 4, - high ofllco, he has earned this high re-- " ward for services to tho Democracy,' rUBLISHKU EVCKV WKDKKSDAY BT since He has given lavishly Co. of his time and means for tiie success of Tho the Democratic party but has never The Richmond Climax. ' Todd, of Ford. About 6ixty guests were Rev. and Mrs. Crow, Sr., their M M VM Vi were present. Dancing was thq feature eight children, Mrs. Mack Crow, nee W , S 1 m n 71 n slf (K of the evening. Miss Lizzie Smith, of Missouri, and baby, Miss Susanue Griggsby, of Lexing- and Mrs. Will Crow, nee Miss Pinking" ton, was the guest last week of Miss ton, of Frankfort, and Professor Chas. G. Crooks of Central University. The Margaret Cheuault. Mr. Charles Clay has removed from Crow nest was a happy one on Christ 18'JS- -n happy one alwavs, bin Idaho to Lakeside Louisiana, and his mas, more so by reason of tho memorable wife, nee Miss Mollio Tribble, of this place, left Richmond to join her hus gathering on this occasion, And hero's I mean to any particular house, if so get a divorce and hoping that one and all may live long. band at their new home. bu3' where you can get the BEST GOODS Jor. the and be in the future as useful and honMisses May Taylor, of Lexington.and orable citizens ns they have ever LEAST MONEY. Come to my store and convince man-- ) been in PRICK PKlt YEAR, $1.50. BO.iglit oflice at lis hands. Has Bessie Hockaday. of Richmond, who yourself of the wonderful reduction in "Wraps, Dress aged campaigns to victory under it the past Goods, Underwear, Wool Hosiery, Blankets, Comforts trying circumstances, and is con- havo been the guests of Miss Dora Mur ANNOUNCEMENT Tampa Mourns Her Death. and Notions of all kinds. stantly growing in activity null useful- phy, havo returned to their homes. Nicholasvillo Democrat. FOR AUDITOR. ness. To the Democrats of the State Notice of the death of Mrs. Katie We uro authorized to announce JOHN B. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Prewitt Gay, nee Walker Gunby has apoearcd in ilieto county of Pike, with duo regard for CHENAULT, of Madison county, a candidate the for the office of State Auditor, subject to the others who may aspire for the honor. Miss Lila Cheuault, came over last columns. The Tampa, Fla., Times action of the Democratic State Convention. 6erves notice that its Democracy ia en Saturday from Winchester and were makes the following comment: "Mellvilie G Gibbons received a listed under the banner of John B. tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Chen Kentucky Republicans must get to- Cheuault, of Madison. ault, at Cumberland View. telegram from his 'partner, Hon. E. It year. gether ii tliey expect to win next Miss Annio Forbush has returded to Gunby, announcing the death of Mrs. Robert Lee Atiiy, The grumbler with a hatchet in his M. F. I., .after spending the holidays Gunby. Tho news is a great shock to "Big Bandy Supple Jack." belt must be kicked to Our rear and or with her parents. She enjoyed her their innumerable friends herein their dered to hold his peace. Pantngraph. That our line of Men's Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best Evidently there is to bo a very exvacation, especially tho party at Mor old ' home, wnere both aro so Well in the city. I also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls. My kicking gan Taylor's of Valley View. known and so generally and so highly clusive organization to do tho stock of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only a few prices with vory limited membership. John W. Turley and Joseph Boggs, esteemed. Miss Katie Davis is at Danville. that are now making them go : "Tho hearts of the communtity will Richmond, wer guests of James T, is back from Virginia of Tiik Joimiid, like a great many of Mr. go out in profound sympathy io Mr. Born to the wife of Albert Menefee Blankets, 10-- for 38e. to $5.00. the loading Democratic organs of Ken-tucMiss Birdie Zaring is in Georgetown Severance on Thursday morning a son Gunny in his bore trial, for iheir mutual did not seo the necessity of the Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. Miss Madge Hart spent Christmas at Heath Severance. Stanford Journal. devotion and hanpy domestic Jifoaie Goebel law, nor has our mind changed, Cyntluana. Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50c. Mrs M. T. Long, of Danville, and familiar. On this account and owing but as it has beon declared legal and Ladies' Vests, 15c. and up. Mr. E. K. Mitchell is up after a ten her sister, Mrs. Cotton, of Cincinnati. lo - Mrs. Uunhy's youth and general in the nil right by the highest court Ladies' All-woHose, 19c. . loveliness of character her death is day's illness. havo gone to Chicago to see their State, and by men of brains and honesty. Spool Cotton, lc. and up. sad, and especially bo in view Nil' Mrs. It. E L. Biggerstatrspent Christ brother, Absalom Robinson, whom they Kenwo have no complaint to make. o.:.- 100-Yar- d Spool Silk, 5c. havo not seen for twenty-fou- r year. of the fact that she leaves a!to two v." tucky is Democratic and with a fair mas atMt. Sterling. lovely little girls, one eight the otner 12 Yards Lace, 5c. Danville Advocate. count will always be found such. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Hamilton visited ten. years old, between whom and herHandkerchiefs, lc. and up. " 5S Messrs. Chas. E Douglas and George Jessamine Journal. in Jessamine last week. self there existed an ideal affection. Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up. oods-aMr. John G. Coif, of Winchester, is D Simmons left yesterday for Louis "Kato Stone Walker was born and "Tins is the first time in the history ville to purchase hardware wherewith Brown Cotton, 6ip. per yard. of finance that Jsew York lias been in in the city on business. reared in Richmond, Ky.; she was marto stock their storo which will be Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. position to dictate money rates to Lonried in Orlando while but n school girl, Mrs. W. T. Tevis and children have opened about tho 12th or 15th of this don, Berlin and Paris," remarks the ' Overcoats, $2.50 and up. to Mr Guuby in May, 1SSG. They returned from "Winchester. manager of one of the biggest of Loll month, in the Mackey building. lived for a tune in Orlando, but when don's bank. The year just closed Mr. Joseph Uheiiiult was at Frank Always watch for my advertisement, I can save you money. Sam C. Lowrcy who is visiting his Mr. Gunby was made collector of the made several "llrst time" lecords for fort last week on business. .' parents from Uigrange, Texas, came port of Tampa by President Harrison the United States which have opened Dr Arthur Lynn, of Louisville, visit near meeting with a serious accident, the eyes of tiie people across the AtT&e,so &oo&s ercev they removed to this city, where they lantic Courior-Jonrnn- l. ed Miss Laura Lynn last week. his horse became frighiened at some have since resided until last spring, C.-Now let us settle Thanks to the Miss Florrie and Kit Chenault visited hogs, which caused it to run away. when they removed to New York the money question without tiie aid or friends in Lexington last week. Troy cor. Nicholasville Democrat. "Mrs. Gunby had been ill for about Xew consent of any other nation. If Miss Bethenia McCord has returned Mrs. G. A. Lackey, of Lancaster, two weeks, but no serious results were York can dictate to London, Berlin and to Hamilton College, Lexington was tho guest last week of Col. and anticipated, and her death this mornParis, tho U.S can dictate to England, Miss Mollie Fife entertained Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. Caperton. Mrs. Lackey is ing is a most unexpected blow to her Germany and France. a lady of decided literary talent and family there as to her friends here. Mis. G. W. Evans last Wednesday. Mom: miles of railroad are now under Mr. Clifford Thompson, of Mt. Ster writes with great facility. Her tribute Her body will be taken to Richmond construction than at any tuuo within to Col. Caperton about a year ago was and interred beside those of her parents. ling, visited friends here last week. six vears; What does this mean? Cor. Main and 1st Sts. as eloquent as deserved. She leaves ono brotiier. Dr. Walker, Richmond, Ky. repair than .Miss Pearl Miller, of Frankfort, is 17; Suits and Ofer- -' More farm fences out of Miss Annie McKeo, of Richmond, Piesident of the bank in Greenville, years. What visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller. at any time in twenty-si- x in this city esterday, to be the .Miss., another in Maine and two sisarrived does this mean? -- Climax. Dr. Chas. Sweeney, of guest of Miss Annio McKeiina during ters in St. Louis, with whom hundreds AVe think wo can answer both ques- visited Gov. Ed. Powell last week. caa.ts For $10 Mrs. E. D. Potts of personal friends throughout the the Xmas holidays tions. Firt.t tho i rons of this country Dudley, of tho 4th is visiting her son Mr. George Potts at c- untry will sincerely mourn the loss Mr. J. Gordon aro larger than ever before; shipments ACTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED EVERY of livestock and manufactured goods Ky., is at homo on a ten days furlough. the Burnett House in Cincinnati. JR VLVK of this boloved young wife and mother.' gry, as she has had nothing to eat "WHERE for "The Story or the Philippines" since morning." and looking up into Estill County are as great, if not greater, than ever beby SI u rat Halstead, commissioned by the GovMiss.Ethel Terrill is in St. louis the Lexington Gazette. ernment as Official Historian to the War Defore; while freight anil passenger rates guest of her sister, Mrs. Mabel IJeggs. Lodge Elections. the kind face of the stranger, she felt partment. The book was written in army Mr. R. II. Berry's friends will bo glad remain as high as they cvor wore. encouraged to tell her sad story. MothC. AV. Miller spent several days camps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with At the anniversary meeting of RichMr. Second, it takes all the farmer makes Gov. and Mrs. McCreary entertained to know that he has been promoted to General Merritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, erless, fatherless, an invalid sister, a in Lexington last week. in Hong Kong, in the American trenches at oil of ids stock and crops to pay taxes Club at its last meet- tho position of manager of the Bilicr mond Lodge, No 25. F. and A M. held Manila, in the insurgent camps with Agui cheerless home! "Well, my little girl, and freight Hills, and lie has nothing the Prandennial Tuesday evening in their new hail, ('lirib'tmns comes but once a year, jaido, on the deck ot the Olympia with Dewey, Root Drug Co , Hamilton. Montana, a left with which to repair his fences. If ing. r ; the following officers were olecied for I, too, am homeless. I have just re- about as often as tho Irvine items and in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila. Bonanza for agents. Brimful of original picthe farmer' troubles were caused bv Mrs. J. M. Foster and children spent position that carries a handsome salary. tures taken by eoTerment photographers on short crops, then tho railroads would Christmas with Mrs. Helen, of Lexing-ton- r His success in the west has beeii very the coming year: D. R. Tevis W. M.; turned from a foreign land, to find make their appearance. the spot Large book. Low Big W. S. Hnine, S. W. ; J. T. Jaefoon.J. all those who were near and dear either sutler also, l'.nt the farmers' troubles Too truo. We would bo more than Freight paid. Credit given.prices. all profits. Drop trashy rapid. Cynthiana Democrat. dead, or, as it seems, lost to me forever, glad to hear from you weekly Ed. unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address, are tiie result of a storago in money in.S. Parkes. Treas.; W.; S. M. F. hrown, Misses Katie Blanton and Mary EsF. T. Barber, Sec'y , Star Insurance Bldge., stead of crops, and his business is pastMrs. J. U. Kmbry has returned to ns I can find no traces of them, aud I, Chicago. oct26-turing his farm with mortgages, whil-th- e Xicholasville after a visit to relatives cott leave shortly on a delightful South- Sec; Allen Zaring, S U; Ii. D. Ballard, John Ross, feel indeed like a stranger Mrs. Mahatlcy aud daughter Edith, S. and T. After the meeting a Dutch railroads are thriving and extendern tour through South Carolina, Georwere in Richmond Wednesday and in a stranpo land." ing their lines. It has been said that here. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S Ibis Stock is Hew. and ol gia and Alabama, where they will visit supper was sorved at Joe's Thursday buying Christmas goods. "everything has fallen in value excopt Oh! it Is pitiful; near a whole Mr D. J. Daugherty is at home from schoolmates of WIIITK IIAI.I. the AVoman's College dents and tnxes," and wo might add, Home I have none. Mr. and Sirs. Sam Vaughn, V. L. freight rates. Kicholasville Democrat. Louisville. liar rods Creek, and West of South Carolina. They will sojourn At White Hall Lodge, No. 454 the The Latest Styles. At the mention of his name Gracio ; Vaughn and (ieorge Vaughn were in Pont. awhile with Miss Auua Pearson, of following officers were elected for the looked up with a startled look, "why, j town during the Holidavs. The Climax regretfully surrenders. Itcv. V. P. Smith, of lllinos, was the Montgomery, Ala. ensuing ytar: William Bennett, W. Madison Stranger, that is my name uracio It has contended that times were hard, guest of Miss. Pearl Deatherage last Rev. Lapsley McKce, of New jg Master Burton Smith went to Paris, J. S. Galloway's Admx., Pitt. Circuit Court Albany, M.; S. R. B Black, S. W.;li. P. Million, Uos." Suddenly little Gracio was when thoy were good ?). that prices week. Against is visiting his old home in Danville. J. W.; C. T. LaKgford, Treas ; Sanford ntted from the ground, the strong Ky. Kiiday, to spend the holidnj's with Frank Oalloway, etc., Deft wore low, when they were high (?), Miss Florence Myers, of Stanford, Ho is now extensively engaged in evan- Oldham, Sec ; P. W Taylor,S and T.; amw of the strauger were holding her Itobort II Friend, formerly of this All persons hairing claims against the estate etc., oUtt., a hi cronkerism. But we see spont the holidays at Dreaming Creek , place. of J. 8. Galloway are hereby notified to flic gelistic work Mr. Tlios. P Flaig Thomas Williams, S. D ; Madison tigJit, tho hear.-.elips were pressing. same legally verified, with the undersigned cn by every issue of the Pantagraph that Heights. J. D. An elegant dinner was her own, and tho basket had again ' Hey. II. B. Cockrill, editor of "The or before the 15th day of January, 1833. or same will leave Monday for San Antonio, prosperity has come and we have just will be barred. S. E. SCOTT, Misses Harold and Gibson, of Hamil- Tex., where he has been otfefed a iiiro served in the lodgo rooms. tnllen to the ground unheeded. An in- - Pentecostil Herald," is spending Master Commissioner M. C- - C. discovered our ignorance and oversight janyl-2ton College, spent Christmas with Miss position by the Bekl Jewelry Company, t eral days with his brother, M'ACO 1.0 DO K. Hal Cock-Ovjoy and safety had stolen of the facts. We ask tho pardon of aur Waco Masonic Lodgo met Tuesday tho largest house of its kind in tho Emma Watts. her as she listened as it in a dream rill, of this place. doluded readers, and retract all we've and elected ollicers for theensuiugyear. to tho words of John Boss, as lio told Mr. T. Hood Little has spent his holi- South. Danville Advocate. The Misses Cockrill gave Miss Grace raid. The Pantngraph is right, is right James GGivens, of Seattle, Wash., Below is a list: her he was the brother of that dear Hargris a now surrey and harness. as right can be. Prosperity has readied days in bed with a bad cold that verged It n L. Searcy, W. M; D. Zitiel, S. W ; father and that it was for these poor formerly of Louisville, and V. a large portion oi the Pantagraph and on pneumonia. camo Friday and is a beauty. We hope In this city, was married last Wednes- J. 11. Amerino, J. W.; Harvy Ttirpin, orphan children he was searching. A Edna Tillett, &c., Pitts., i Mr. John Goodloe, of Stae College, Miss Grace will remember her friends tho remainder is reaching after prosagainst Notice of Sal- eElizabeth Turner, Deft. In Equity. holidays with his parents, nt day to Mrs Esther n.. Getitry .formerly Tieas ; W T. Fielder, Sec; Win. 1). kind providence had brought them to- eujoy driving immensely. perity. Its sonior editor is a U. S. spent the of Michigan City, Iud., at the residence Rucker, S & D ; James Lykins, J. D; gether. They to cheer his lonely life, 0 lly virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Gouger, its pioprietor has been given a Whites Station. Miss Judith Tudor. S. L--. Tudor and the Madison Circuit Court, rendered at the of Mrs. T. S. C'luypool, in Taconui, 0. K. Nolaud.S and T. Afiurthoolec-tio- and he to bring conu'urt protection and V- v good job at Wellington, and tho junioi December Term thereof, 1808, above Miss Jessie Shanks, of Garrard, was . Washington. The bride is a descendant an elegant luncheon was spread sunshine to them, and fervently did Dr. T. P. Gardner are suffering with style cause, the undersigned will,in the on editor. Col. Tom Adams will get tho tho guest last week at Mr. and Mrs. of :.. Jonatnaii Edwards, the noted Presby- and enjoyed by all present. they prav that night, as thoy knelt to the "Grippe" as well as a number of .. 8)e... postofllco xit (says Coley Wallace). T. D. Chennult. others in town. We are living iu hopes terian theologian. Tno groom is enKINGSTON I.ODGK. gether, that the Savior of men might 13, "Xotv, why should wo longer dispute the 0e... Miss Elizabeth Rupard, of Mt. Ster- gaged in tho real estate business in that the '"Grippe" wont fasten her bring peuco and joy to many others The new olfiecrsof the Kingston S' Thanksgiv- ling, spent several days last week with Pantograph's Between the hours of 1 o'clocV, p. in., and 2 claws on us. Seattle. Among the guests prtseut Lodge, No. 815, areas follows: morrow as lie had to them. Gentlemen of the Miss Lelia Harris ing proclamation? o'clock, p. m.. at the Cou House door, in 8e... were: Mr and Mrs. E si. Met oru, W. M., It. Richmond, Madison county, Ky., to Blessed, blessed Christmas morn Boulware; S. W., W.T. Every way you look tho ' bluecoats" expose to public sale, to the highest proceed the CISe... jury, tho wiivo has reached Richmond, bidder, Misses Alice and Annio Kerr have formerly or Richmond, Ky.; Mr. and (tetter; J. W., T J. McKeeham ; Sec, When the Prince of Peace was born. aro visible. Many soldier boys are at following described property, vii.: "shore 'nough." Heroatter we will disese... Angels seemed to -- ing again: returned to Lexington after n vi-- it to Mrs. Thomas B Hanim, formerly of R. L Potts Treas., A. It. T..dd; S. D., .. home on furloughs during the Holidays. cus? "prosperity" witli Borne Republican A TRACT OF LAND, On and after January 1st, 1899, our "Peace on earth, good will tomen." Mrs. J. P. Tribblo Hunodsburg, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Gin&ou W. E Harris; J D.. T. C. Witi; S ai.d 'has- Park and a young 6oIdier friend with the appurtenances thereon, on the waters aee... organ grinder who didn't get what he . 1Z. w. terms will be Creek, in county, and Mr. Waller Cheuault spent Christ- Taylor, Seattle, Wash., formerly of this T.,John A. Jackson. Meet &uurtly nre visiting Judge Park and iamily at ofTates as follows: Madison south by Ky.,lands-o- eae... was after dining these hard times. bounded On the the mas with his mother, Mrs Judge Bar- city; Mr. and Mrs. G. A. C. Rochester, on oi before full moon each mouth. Wm. Burgis, on tho east by the lands of J. Parkland, near Irvine. CORRESPONDENCE. V. Stafford, on the north by other lands of deA VOICE FROM WOLFE. formerly of Stanford, Ky.; Miss Drane, ". bour, at ewcastle. on the fendant, MILLL'HS OltKKK, KSTILIj COUNTY. The Christmas tree Saturday even- supposed and contain west by Tates Creel, and ( to four (t) acres, more or Miss Mary Escott and Tom Wallace, Alexander JJ. Semple, formerly of '. . Bibb Lodge, No. SOS. at Millois creek ing was iu the new "Christian Church." less. Gee.. Cajiitox. Ky , Den. 19, 1S93. We have attempted to run bur business by' coTERMS. Sale wiil be made on a credit of 6 PANOLA ) of Louisville, aro the guests of Miss Louisville; Charles B. Moore, formerly elected tho following officers for 1S9U: Dr. T. P. Garduer made an interesting months. The purchaser will be required to of Danville. Edilori Climax : llecting our nccotints the first of ench month, Katherine Wanton the payB. H. Sale, W. M ; Elliot Campbell, S. talk to tho children, then tho presents give bond, with approved security, for tho force See... ment of the purchase mon-Allow mo space to say a few words to have but have been unable to collect them all Misses Emily and Enrle Chenault W.; G. D. Tipton, J. W.; Wui. Sample, Miss Katy 'Benton is visiting rela- were distributed The children came and effect of a replevinofbond, bearinga legal in- CO.." in bohajf of your townsman, Hon. promptly. W e are therefore compelled to sell terest from the day sale, with lien re of girl friends and left with joyful hearts, in fact served upon saiu property uni 11 all the purchase Treas; Win. P. Hughes, Sec.; I. J. tives in Lexington John B. Clmnault, candidato for the entertained a house full for CASH that we may pay cash forourgoods, money is paid. during the holidays, v 8. E. SCOTT, te... Watterson, S. and T. After the elecDemocratic numination for State AuOur Postmaster Wick Harris is put- every one enjoyed tho Christmas Master Commissioner M. C, C. SnvEitAN0K.-0- n and will endeavor to mabo it to the interest of Thursday, Decemjanyl-2... Mrs. Chas. McCord and children, of ber 29, to the wife of Mr. Albert Sever- tion, an elegant dinner was served. ting up a dwelling and postoflice com- exercise. ditor. I am proud to say that the Demthe trade to do business with us. We havo a ) See." ocrats up hero among tho towering Winchester, v.ere tho guests Inst week ance, in-- Miss Florrie Heath, at Stan-foi- d, A Christmas bined. liico line of staple and Fancy Groceries, Miss Bessie Ulddell roturued home Story Written For The Utile of Mrs. J. S. Collins. Ky., a boy let it's name he &c. Give .113 a W Harding began his years Saturday from Colorado, where she has Quccnswaro and Glassware, Itev. J. Children ol Richmond. call, examine our stock and get prlcos. Speedwell Christian been since June, coating tiie dry climate All s. V. 11. Webb and clauelitiT, ol Albert Heath same initials ns its .! Fast, fast falls the snow this Christ work with tho .' '. Louisville, spent tho holidnvs'with Mr. father's. church, yesterday. FGoo& exchanged for country produce to restore her health We are rejoiced inas Eve of 1893. A dry, crispy snow, and Mrs. Harvey Cobb. BitiTTAiN. To the wife of Lieuten sparklfng in magic lantern exhibition at the to say she is convalescent. Messrs. the sunshine liken myriad Tiie ww e Mr. Jonah Wagers, the ant Carlo B. Brittain, U. S. N., at of diamonds. A very merry Chrisinias Baptist church during Xmas, for the Harvey, Lube and Elliott Riddell camo Surrhinj members of the former firm of Duhme & Co. Md-- , a boii, Thomas Baldwin, at Wagersville, Estill county, of Itev. Honsby, the pastor net- home Saturday also. Judge and Mrs. merchant it seemeil, to those clad iu heavy robes benefit IfUtabUihed ixgton, Ky. . Lu '' . Riddell are enjoying this Christmas HAVE OPENED Tcr kair eegtarj) named for his maternal grandfather, of and costly furs, but a very sad one to ted about S1G nttouded.rourt here Monday. Oe THEIR NEW STORE immensely as all their children are at this county, a progressive farmer, a little Gracie lloss, as sho trudged Mrs., Anderson Chenault and Miss .. At Ncs. 37 and 39 S. Fourth Street, . home together once again. VALLEY VIEW We of Emily leavo next week for a protract- model citizen, and a hospitable chris- along with her little red toes crushing WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, KY. Where may be found a Splendid Assortment ot tian gentleman. Tiie little cadet will tho snow beneath them; the relontlers ed stay in Washington City. iQ The protracted services held at the " WAT6HES. DIAMONDS, II Miss Anna Frazeo was called on receive as warm a welcome in Madison iviuil tossed the bright curls hanging . Several social dances occurred in this M, 15. Church South are progressing I as would Admiral Schley on whoso over her pallid brow,-intThursday to Okolomi. Miss., by the her ojes, vicinity last week. nicely. Mr. Allen the pastor in charge JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, flagship, the Brooklyn. Lt. Brittain hiding from passersby the tears that it Mr. serious illness of her mother. Klard L". iladen spent Xmas with conducts the singing and Mr. Trafteii, served a part of the time during the was iinposr-iblFINE STATIONERY, ET6. for her to restrain. On friends at Lawrenceburg. a Wihnoro student, is preaching somo Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Turley, Jr.. ex"recent misunderstanding" with Spain. ner arm sho earned a basket containinteresting sennous. No members have Wedding Invitations, Calling Cards and Dies pect to make their home nt Lexington, Kobt. Maban and wife, of Troy, spent, ing a few dolls, aud nmio dainty pieces a few atand will soon move thither. das with the hitters parents, been added to tho church but the sis- Engraved for Embossed Stationery, the most of handicraft made by an invalid sisby Expert Workmen in tendances is splendid and the good Schuykr Taylor last week. approved styles. Winches-to- r, Mr. Chas. T. Chenault, of ter, and which she had been endenv ters and Brethren are happy in their Kail Orders Promptly Filled. Goods sent Fred Barton has decided to reside at spent a portion of the holidays Cook. Capt. David Cook, formerly oring to sell all day. Night was drawfor selection to any part or the U.S. Address CmlTI! the closing of tho year with his parents near this city. found ready to expectations of much good being done. of tills place, died at Paris this weok. III comes the impulse to look ing nigh, and tier heart was very heavy this place and will be The executor of Lee Jake White, deceased, DUHME BROS. & CO., 1M hmol't.'uril Afni ilia mM.tliQ offers, for sale privately, about Lipscomb. Mrs. Sarah Lipscomb died indeed, to think that she must return wait tipoct all iu his immetablo way. The best feature of tho Lecture Iteafni'SN Cannot lie Cured. it 57 and 30 East Fourth nt., CINCINNATI, O. past and con from the experiences course. Underbill, tho Impersonator, is at her homo, near Helena, Ark., last to that dear sister, her only friend, with MUs Nancy Hall, whoso loveliness by local applications, as tliey cannot deel they lmve brought whatever may billed for Jan. 18, at court bouse. Monday. She was about seventy years the little worn pocket b ok so empty. of disptwition captivated many hearts rearh the diseased portion ol tlio ear. 18Q-Acres " ho profitable- - How well we have Mr. and Mrs. Lee Todd havo returned old and a native of this county, a Behind her bhe hears the merry jingles in our midst last weok, was tho Tlicro is only o ie way to euro deafness, STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS ami that is by constitutional remedies. served you, whnt the storo to Ford, after a weeks .visit to their daughter of the late Asa Lewis. Her of sleiglibells, the sleigh full of merry, guest of Misses Mnna and Lucy Prather Deafness is caused by an inflamed con23J, of which lies immediately HrFoxtown,-the-balanhave been wo leave for father, Georgo Todd's at Speedwell. husband. Joseph Linscomb. was from happy children, but their voices grate She returned to Iticiiniond Saturday dition of the mucous linlii;; of the Eusis between the land of Wm. Bennett you to 6ny. What we hnvo; plan-no- d Madison county, and was n brotiier of lnrshly on hor ears I ringing only bit- accompanied by the Misses Prather. and Dudley Tribble. The tachian Tube. When this tube gets M. lialdwin and little daughMr. J. We 'are new receiving all and has not been ploughedlatter Is intjnegrass lor thirty years. you have a rumbling sound for tlioeoming twelve months Cav Newby and Miss Slallnda Mas iiiUxtned Address, ter, Frankic, left Wednesday afternoon 'iSnuire Nathan Lipscomb, of this coun terness to the heart that has learned so of the new things in mouldwo will cnll to your attonlion early in life, so much of its sorrows, 80 ters were married at the homo of or imperfect liearinj?, and when it is I will sell tmbliclv to the hizhest bidder, at n visit to his mother in New York ty Winchester Sun. for entirely closed deafness is the result, from time to time- -ings in ebony, mahog-riy- y JoIie G. Cole,. Ex., few of its jojs. Quickly she turns the tho bride last Wednesday, Squire J. A and unless the ii.flatnation can be ta- my home place, near Duncannon, promptly at city. True or Otherwise. o oak, and other woods. Box 237. comer as if to hide herself from their Young officiating. ken out and tills tubo lestored to its iu ciocE, a. m., on Jay Ess. Winchester. Ky. Mr. J. It. Farris, of Kingston, left anl-2On last Saturday it was currently re view. In her hasto she brushes against normal conditi n, hearini; will be dePiqture mats-whi- te, black fMonday to ro enter Kentucky Univer ported that Mr. S. Neville Moberley stroyed forever; nine cases out of ten Thursday, I a and more than fif t3rs had esj SILVER CREEK. 4a' ' are caused by catarrh, which is tiotiiinir sity after spending tho holidays nt proprietor of the mammoth furniture a stranger crasti and doi n g ies the basket to the grgtuid and the toys are but'aii incuined condition of tho mu- The, following: 1 and colors, in velvet, felt homo. head milch cows. 3 heifen, emporium on Main street and, one of scattered hither and thither, bringing Business, cous surfaces. mnnt.li lmiirl r.infe Kacils be iresh in snrimr. 3 head horses, all work well. ntnl Miss Lizzie Dozier. of M. F I., spent Miss Gertrude llymel and brother, tho most genial and enterprising ot dismav to the already aching heart. AMOXG THEM anew up-tWe will give One Hundred Dollars 2 No 1 'Tork mules, 2 turning ploughs, 2 double "Si date ; :;ography, run a 1 cuiuvaTor, 1 1 Adams. ."V AT and other picture framing Situation. stfir, --1 . I. ' "V'PTT of Dealings (caused bv 1 for any 1lCW Richmond's U1U ' .Ujm X pL ilU.H 'III 'WJIUU . .1. . Willie, have returned home after spend- been married younger merchants had "Why, little girl, I beg your pardon," Xmas with Miss Stellahns gone to llich-mou- d catarrh) OnM) cannot be cured by Hall's snoveis, box. 1 Randall oBhelier. doublewagon, corn planter, harrow, 1 hay rake, that 1 cntttni; 1 corn MUh Mable Paikcs materials for the Holiday treen. in Lexington, whither he and stooping down he gathers her largest slock and the lowest ing tho holidays with relatives in Win leiegrajafCatarrh Cure. Sond for circulars, free etretchers, plough gear, bridles and collars. to stay with Mrs. Will Irvine. chester. had supposedly gone on a business trip. wares together, placed thorn in a has Trade, which we will prices will he combined, F J Ciiesev &co., Toledo, O. wsgon gear. cash. Copt, and Mrs. Adolph 'Underwood Of course it was a generous surprise to ket, draws her thin wraps closely make up and offer at our Mr. James Mills, who litis beensic-fo- r Sold by DriiQrfet8 75c. M. M. MILLER. Hal.'s Family Pills nro the best lm dec2S-3havo returned to Corbin nftcr spending his host of friends mauv were found around her "Let mo see you the past two weeks, is some better. usual low prices. 100 home, A the Holidays with relatives and friends who had not even suspicioued his in- it is getting late too late for W. B Jones sold to G J. White aud such a in this city. tentionsbut some knew of it all child to be away from home.'' ' Oh! sir, Son 500 barrels of corn to be fed to cat-ti- c. The proud siep is slow and meas""GENERAL feet yard Pictures, all ured; the tocsare conspicuously turned Mr.. A. W. Schoolfield, of Bellevup, along. wo live so peor, you would, not caro to different subjects. out; tho legs straightened. For eircclar cf his facaout aI rcMas If congratulations are now in order come, and I must Mop aud get some Mr. spent Sunday with his father at tho John Fox, of Danville, visited COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. liffiERSflY just drop in to see Neville, you will bread. Sister Lila will bo very hun- Schoolie" is very popular Wo hnvo bought from the Mil Glyudon. Notice is hereby serrcd upon the public that W. B. Jones aud family during the Im somewhere after the second thous Medal f Awrtcttbomands at WwWaiacpoUUan. J. Lewis Bookze is no longer connected with with everyone here. ' wnrd Company thoir Holidays. of fmJiiatcs in positienr. tho Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., Jlcfers t ( of Milwaukee, Wis., in any capacity. department, engaged their men Prof, and Mrs. Port,or, daughter, and that has already done so. Ask Ccve. InclaulugTai- Said tlon. Books nd Hoard in fattllr, about f0. 'Mre. W. B. Jones left Thursday to him all about it Wish him bon vovago Highest Mom - company ana mo unaeriijrnea wiu not co re anu an nuio to innko new your Miss Daisy, Moore, and Prof. Pot ter'a Vi'crU" sponsible for any of his transactions. .gjealfia faif visit hor daughter,. Mrs Potter, ot Mt H, 1). HODMAN, old furniture. All through this mother were the guests during the holit on life's tempestuous sea anil so on nd ' backing and wire, "4?dJK.rt"Jl glass Cariucl, Teun. General Agent, infinitum, meanwhile you may detect ptore Improvement is tho watch- days of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Hagan. N.W. M. Life Ins. Co, i enter kart iwr USrri Truck adUr. to hang, 8x10, 25c. . Por- i 6ENEEALtoWILBUR R. SMITH. TiTtiitiijrj' Loaisville, Ky., Dec. 27, S8. )e,di-2Will F. Powers'hnd family have a dry grin and in all probability will SHORT LINE TO word Mr. Robert G. Gordon, Champion be fairly surpiised by the information Sole- .moved to Richmond, and taken rooms trait size, 16x20, , $1 to lad nearlyKnJael&JJrrfttif rmw, ajwren. anj orator of 0. U. '97, was hero this week that he was either not married nt all or at Mrs Mary Colons $1.50. IN STOCK, If you want pick nov!8-4- lull UuJentt m utttdaci on important business, and was given or was married by proxy. Mr. Jess and Ben' Coucbman. of and. choice of this select IN STYLE, a hearty welcome by many friends. Fayette, spent Xmas with ltobert line of goods call early. Fourteen Crows in.One Nesl. IN CONSTRUCTION, Best Line- to Mrs. W. T. Brooks and guests. Mrs. Courchman and family. Polite. jittentiojjj prompt nadacho badr Get Dr. Mttw fata llHs. A red muley cow, giving milk, 3 or 9 years Tho homo of Key. William Crowthis Jos. Minary. of St Louis, and Mrs J. J. IN SERVICE. old, 890 ponnds, lost from ray place near U, & Mr. and Mrs. Hue Duerson are visitand efficient service guar-teeARKANSAS, TEXAS, Brooks, of Nichoiasvillo, left Wednes- city, was a happy ono on Christmas, N. depot, Saturday morning. K. P. FOX. ing the lattor'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. " day, for a visit in Danville. Bourbon every member of his family being MEXICO Clay Arndd, at Hyattsville For around tho fireside, and not a vacant News Rev. H. B. Zerno, of Kirksvillo Dr. Carlos Fish, of tho Louisville chair to cause the loved ones to sigh for AND CALIFORNIA. Lifs will preach nt Silver Cree school house Homeopathic College, spent the holi the touch of a vanished hand, op the Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car leavae Loi second and fourth Sunday in each ville every Thursday night and rum tkreli days at Paint Lick. He is a graduate. sound of a voice that is still." For two 10 Ban riancisco. i win ewer for.aai prtvawiy asy Km and month. ot Georgetown College and a splendid days fourteen members of the family Ask your ticket a cent (or particular ar"torMe Lot situated oa the corner of Jleetfc ITU to K H. Fowler. Traveling I'&eaer Amk, m w. lii. . Will ytrAamMam! k they provide for WWW, MCI Ol MimiW - Thomas Jefferson Powers says Kenyoung man. counting the MOST PERFECT MADE. baby, Ionisville, Ky. PM-u- p Ii mmt tymijiiwee annual ibb amo aas MAIN. ANDBROADWAY, Free" Reclining Chair Cars .LevbrHta te .Me MI OMKr o Miss Mary Tocld entertained Thurs ttiuiof ur. JiaeK Uiow, ot Versailles A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret tucky is too small for him, and iie will raariams are tOTpjjssTBr. N. Memphis 'AwtMi with ntasay MMl Wll PHT, WltjNkt' ShmterFjeiW .Hr ooataHS 9t MM Lexington, Ky. day eveniBg.feerjlieaw, .ftear Speed- - were seated about the festal board, and frsm Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant leave soon for Texas, where ho can A.' N.. KANandNew Orleans. A. KtUAMU q SON, WM. K. A. NIVCiHU. k do?, ' ' . MHlMMW,-ti.c It MHO tar their happiness wa thwdlayddi There whujasi 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. spread himself:i A. O, V. A., UrtrMfci, w O. P. A. , Chicago, Jtt. mttHn, Ky. ' . ., v. .... o 7f 7f i W f' W i WWW J Are you married? WARN N CLOTHING! his-yout- Climax Printing the-mo- DON'T FORGET 4, ol I iu.UUu JANUARY 1ST Worth of Clothing must be sold by PERSONAL. Sam-Bales k, being compelled to .4 : eek remove to my new store house on Main Street next door to J no. G. Taylor's, I have concluded to remove as few possible, and in order to sell same we will close out, our stock at s J. Hd kTkM'. dl GWEN McKEE, Here are a few of the prices i:h:i - I Underwear at any 85.00 Hats at $3.50. price to close out. Gloves of air kinds too cheap to mention. Boy's Suits at your own price. Children's Suits at 50c and up. Stetson's city-fal- l; Notice to Creditors! ! Call. and see us before you buy as we will guarantee to save you money at Bur-gin- d tl-- " w pr loin Sale TOUFFER well-know- n ! Friday, Jan. 1899, 8... .......... "................. ........... First Street, Richmond, Ky. cQsesaessaeeaaeeaeseseasaaas .. ............................ semi-week- ly Jln-sniii- STORE .... - SPOT - CASH!" y, BIRTHS. s... .ea NEW STORE CF.BmwerS. lo DUMEBRQ.&CO.!iiE i wide-awak- ill; H GGINS nil .A.ELLIS ml D BATHS Picture FOR SALE. 1 Framinii! FOR SALE! hmy i ce i m i i A 1 two-nor- Type-Writi- air-Ter- Finishing Department.. w , -- Public Notice! i 7".I..HITH, . !IUS W! - Skorlhasd,T7pe-Wricar,&3dTaJgip- fSr: New Orleans- LOST OPW d. BAMfNi - F.Brower&Co - ii M Psiifis! Ui Prinijly:!- ;-, B'-W- -- .rr at ti!tlir sw. sl -- V-'- . 19 I TWUU JI rr 1 11 DTTO7 TO QUOTE PR ICRS AND A HAPPY Don't buy a Suit, Overcoat, Pair ofPatils, Hat, Shirt or Suit of UiuTer-- ' wear until you see our lino and save fifty cents on the dollar at Stouller's (2 removal sale. We will make you a 15.00 Suit to measure and guarantee a fit for $0.75 (i!) at Stoufrwr's removal sale. Enlarged His Mouth a Foot or So. Spencer liurton :i well known colored man, who bears a good character; got into trouble Saturday night and had to cut his way out in the most approved fashion. Spencer 6ays he wt.s engaged in conversation with a friend when a half drunken man approached him con- coaling one hand so us to indicate that j 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 MERRY CHRISTMAS j WS ffi its When you NEW YEAR. Boots, GIVE if fey anything in Shoes and Gent's Furnishings need he was armed. He threatened Burton 'and mado a "pass" that looked like he meant "biz," whereupon the late hefty r of the Zimmtr Hotel flour ished liis barlow knife and when the latter had ceased its evolutions and revolutions the left cheek of 'Kid" Henry Collins was opened from the west corner of the hitter's mouth to where he operates his hearing apparatus. Xot content with this he resisted arrest and hail to be subjugated by the j head-waite; THE GREAT FALL.... CAMPAIGN OF THE Busy Bee Cash Store Is Now On! -- mmn m " ' ' THIS WILL BE A CAMPAIGN THAT "WILL LONG BE REMEMBERED BY THE PATRONS OF "THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CORPORATION" FOR IT WILL BE A CAMPAIGN AGAINST i IS 1 CALL! butt-en- d of a policeman's pistol When Spencer liurton was interviewed, after a short imprisonment, he said his cur8d him, struck hiin.and rc- marked, deceive you." Hut Sponce turned the tables on his deceiver. High Prices & For The People! RACE HORSES OF THE CELEBRATED KENTUCKY STABLES S NEVER DID THE CHAFF AT THE BIT MORE EAGER TO STARTjIN THE RACE THAN "THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE" DOES THIS ONE. HIGH-CLAS- DOUGLAS, BRIGHT AND COMPANY 207 "WEST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, St) '5 buys SPJ0O worth of clothing. hat8and undeiwear, at Stouffer's re- moval sale ! (2) KY. t The store and postofllce at Kiifsol, Greenup county, was entered by thieyes and robbed of $40 cigar. We know we are "Loaded for Bar" and many a cold chill will creep over our competitors when they hear the Startling Low Prices we are making on all lines of goods that crowd our shelves and counters this season. "Wo are showing tho greatest variety of Dress Goods seen outside of the large cities this season. All the new things in Crepons, Epmlins, Figured Jnquards. Covert ( Mollis, Serges. Forlugus Cords. Cheviots, Granite Cloths, Fancy Mixtures, etc., will be found in our Elegant Dress Goods Department. - The best smoker, the Proctor Knott Having purchased the entire lino of Dress Goods in Fancy Mixtures from one of the leading New York Houses, wo will offer them as long thev last for 2."c. per yd. They make beautiful Dresses and Skirts. All-Wo- For Sale." I have 40 nice young dehorned steer?, WEDNESDAY. JAN. 4, 1890. well colored good growthy cattle, average run well together. Will contract now and deliver first of Feb. Here's Your Chance.. ruary. Correspondence solicited. E. C MoWiioktku, McWhorter, Some Extraordinary tlfl'm by The Clitaax. decl4-lKentucky. "4C Cattle m The Richmond Climax. Proctor Knott Cigar. Central Unversity The second term of this Institution The Climax wants live hunred new subscribers by the first of thenew Tear. In order to reach this end, some extraordinary inducements will be made. Until further notice the following will ibe ollered 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. Beautiful Quarters. The Climax and the LouisMiss Tempie Oldham tins rented the ville daily evening post, $3. handsome apartmonts over Armor's The Richmond Climax and new jewelry store and will tic glad to - opened yejsterdny. Students will be received for the second and third terms and charged for the half year only, namely: $22.50 to the "prep." and $30 to the college proper. Preparatory students will have the benefit of the gymnasium without Firm Spreading. charge. A period during the morning "Coalman" NefT has taken unto him- session jvill be devoted to the physical self a parttier, not another wife but a training by the director. business burden bearer, in the person Paid The Bet. of Mr. Elzio Million, who will add to S. M. Wells and It. F. Piersall of the business of the firm, which is alWhite Sulphur agreed that'if I'ugh was ready prospering. elected Hen was to baptize Sam, and j Court News. vice versa. Saturday the ice wajj Take January court day was not consp.c-uou- s cracked and they went down into the for anything much besides a fail -- water, end Beh, raising his hand aioft and sized crowd. Business among the- mer said. 'Friend Welle, in tho name of lor's chants was rather disappointing. 1000 Samuel J. Pugh I baptize yon into .the cattle on the market with higucst priceb Republican patty ami bound money. about 4 coots. Amen." Fienchburg Agitator. Sign of The Millennium. WE AIM To have our Clothing the best that can be made That is why von get here more value lor your money than elsewhere. novelties in all kinds of Dress Trimmings and Dress Findings, and when you get vour'DreSs from any of the "Great Uusy I!eo Cash Stores'' you can feel assured that nothing of a later Design or Pattern will bo shown you. We have culled the Eastern Mnrkets for the latest Wo have given one entire room of our Great Store to Ladles', Misses' and Children's Jackets and Wraps. Wo are showing everything new and in favor this season in this department. Our line of Fur Collarettes nre tho tall: of the town. Don't fail to see this lino. are i GENERAL MILES. Our Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats Or Res ear!(wf this department. Our buyers for the Three Large Stores of the Busy Bee Cash Store Corporations searched the Clothing Market with the Tenacity of Blood Hounds, and they have iilled this department with one Endless Chain of Bargains. Boy's Cassimere Knee Pants, 15c a pair; Men's Cassimere Pants, nicely made, French waist, for 98c.; Men's Cassimere Suits, well made, for $2.48, worth $5.00. Our line of Men's and Boy's Fine Suits, and Men's and to Boy's Overcoats are tne largest ana oest snown in uie city One Entire Room 4 any of our SUITS and OVEKCOATS at $12.50 the' have the set and style of Merchant Taiwork. Our SUITS and OVERCOATS xxVSS.QO received the same care and thought in tailoring as the higher grades. Every thread of warp and woof is of pure wool. White and Grey Blankets, Wo are selling 10-beautiful borders, large enough lor any bed.tWe. a pair; Our Blankets nre piled Mountain High on our ledges, Blankets from us at and you can buy beautiful thep'rice of cotton idufl' ebewhere. Bed Comforts at all-wo- 40c. Pitch. Brown Cotton at 4c; AVe are selling good vard-wid- e no dressing, at 4Jc; Good Bleach Cotton, yard-widGreon Ticket Londsdalo, Fruit of the Loom and Masot-vill- o Bleach Cotton at 0c a yd. Get our prices on Alpine UnWe sell 10-- 4 Rose Cotton and wide Sheetings. bleached Sheeting at 121c. e, Our Notion Department and otic Gent's and Lauico' Furnishinrr Goods Department was never mon; complete. We have strained every nerve to maker lhes the most attractive in our great' store. Your every want has been anticipated, and our Low Cash Prices Hatred on these articles tnako these departments very interesting tb customers. ilonnrt-ment- s Twice-a-wee- k Courier-Journa- l, both for one ear $1.60 The Climax and Weekly Cincinnati Enquire, $1.50 The Climax and Ohio Farm, $1.90. The Climax can also furnish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates. When saloon keopers themselves refuse to go to the polls and vote for whisky, as did one at Monticello,at the haVri her friends call. As a practical recent election, little room for doubt is anil artistic milliner she has no superior leit about the ultimate victory for tho In the city. drys in all smaller towns. Fred Willis is the name of the Monticello saloonist, New Face There. enough of the .business in less Mr. Button Karris, of Kirksville, Son who got than eight months. When asked why of late Dr. 1'arris, will be glad to see his said; "I would have friends at ( ovington & Mitchell's, he did not vote lie voted against saloons if I had voted at where he is clei king. He is an excelwinch' would have placed rue inn lent young niali and has had exper- all. most inconsistent altitude." Stanford ience in the buniucss Journal. Local Option Enforced. An There is no other stand that can clothes you as stylishly and as serviceablv as we can and at so little price Same old stand, but much larger. Best Apron Gingham 4c a yd; Canton Flannel, quality, 5c a yd; Host Canton Flannel from (5c to 81c usually sold at 10 and 121c. We are selling all Fancy Calicoes, Rest Brands and Indigo Blues at !51c a good When you visit any of our great stores, don't fail to take a walk throuidi our Carpet, Curtain and UpholsMany beautiful anl attractive things tery Departments. will be seen here. We are naming prices on Carpets and Lace Curtains so low and the patterns are so pretty that you will want to carpet your back yard and hang lace curtains in vour kitchens. We have just recieved and put on sale a Manufacturers sample line of Men's and Boy's Cap. Our windows nre full of them and our price is jut one-hal- f the value oil each Cap. Don't fail to see them Our !Nobby Hats for Men, Boy's and Children aro very protty. yd. Remenauts almost given away. m been posted on tho Chesapeake & Ohio that any employe Dr. Hobson, Dentist. of the company delected entering a sa Prof. B. F. Evans will probably loon will he discharged ;h1m. a garnishee teach at Paint Lick. He is a good in of any employe's wages liy a salimuist structor. will result in his dismit-sal- . Ti:o order Children's Knee Pants at less than went into effect .Ian. 1. (2) cost at Stnulfer's removal sale. Gune to Housekeeping. jiii-- t order has Parties Known Here. of the lute Col. B. G. Sto The lands ner have been divided. His widow gels All G50 Covington j;":: Mitchell. rtg We have one side of our entire store-roodevoted to our BOOT and SHOE DEPARTMENT. We cany many celebrated lines of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes. Our prices named on this line is a marvel for cheapness. You can shoe up your entire family here for the cost of a few pair elsewhere. We carry no shoddy stuiF, our shoes You can't and boots are all good honest goods bought below the cost to manufacture. afford to miss our Shoe Department. F. Mice bought of G. J White & Sou 25 900 lb. feeders at 4 cents. hog. Out of a ninenionths-ol- d weighiug 400 pounds, Mrs. Jno. fccud der made 120 pounds lard' TI: Cbrisunas number of tho Umax isone of the prettiest Ihchmoud if the State exchanges. Louisville Post, Dec. 24. After nearly h quarter of a century from First street. Dollar's (2) worth for 50c. at StouuVr's Mr. AWT. Fish has bought out his partner's interest in the drugstore at Paint Lick. Fount Tankcrsiey. of the 4th Kentucky Is at home at Silver Creek on a short furlough. We move into our new "store on January t, anil are giving clothing (2) away at StoufTer's. The Ladies' Exchange, for the present, will bo conducted by Mrs. W. F. FrancU at her home 407 E. Main St, -- Worth of Clothing. Hats to be closed out by Underwear, January 1st, at StotttTer's, on "First .(- -) Street. Rogersvillo society was treated to an enjoyable evening one day last week when a big dauce was giveu at vie Gttire's hall in honor of Jim Adams $18.00 -S- tetsons $5.00 Hats t $3 50. Suits at 10.00. Everything same way to keep from moving them, at Stopl fer's. Sidney Dozier, aged 73, in renewing his subscription, says he is enjoying House Burns at Twilight. good health ami wishes everybody a Granville Clarke's residence, on the happy New Year. UwneKboro pike, waslmniet down on Hive and six The Daughters of Confederacy are Sunday evening between of o'clock. The loss it about fl2u0 but requested to meet at the residence policy m ibcJHurst Mrs. J.MPoyutz, Friday afternoon at fortunately the Company will i:bout 2 o'clock. Important business to be Home lusuiame atmsiancD ui cover it. llie attended to." neighbors caused a saving of some of L P Milward's hardware store, in ttie contents of tho houbO-in- " a damaged which Mr. R L Gentry, of this city, condition. wis employed, was destroyed by' fire at Tho lmiisfi was known as the Pres Lexington last week.- Jxss $11,000. Smith home, ai.u was a JamimarK in . Insurance $10,000. that section. SI5.000 etc acres including the home place and part of the Dan llibler place, for life. Mrs. Sidney G. Clay geis in fee simple the lioules place of 203 acres, the Cnne lliilge place oF4St acres, and 120 acrts of the Hibler place. Warren Stouer, Mr. and Mis. Mutt S. Cohou have who married Mits Jennie Fox, of Mt. gone to housekeeping on Second street, Sterling, gets the Missouri farm ot 2,800 acres, Tho personal property has not north of Mr. and Mrs. S I). I'arrish. been diyidcil. Mr. and Mrs Geo. W. Evans, Jr., willgti to housekeeping in one of the Event of The Season. dwellings next to the Episcopal church. f this week, in On Friday evening Mrs. Evans is one of tho best young the of the Masonic Temple housekeepers iu Madison county and the Maditon Junior Social Club will! her home will be us bright as the sun- give in honor of its friends its annual w light that beams into her panor window New Year Hall. The floor of the ball W kd n Ml room has been much improved during The Question ol Pikes week, and the members will 1 the last . At the meeting of the Fiscal Court, use every effort to equal their former SS last week, it was ordered that all un brilliant success. fulfilled contracts fr woik on diit d or- Henry Saxtuu and his be cancelled and relet to the next rads chestra will furnish the music. Then lowest bidder. The presotit system of chaporones will be Mrs. I. Shelby working roads was abolished, and in- Irvine, Mis. C. D. Chenault, Mrs. D. R. stead the old militia system was inaug- Shackelford, Mrs. Ilaivoy Chenault, urated. A general supervisor of pikes Mr. T. .1. Smith. Jr, Mrs. G. W. will probably be appointed, or he mat Jr. ainl Mr--- . Nen'e llentit-tt- . ter discussed next May. Until then Evan. Petition la Bankruptcy. the pikes will be under the siq ervii-- h of the magtMiTitca iu who.se district! U. A. J)ih1iI. Wihii.iif. the knoun they are located trader, ti.ed a nettlioii in bankruptcy this week, placing his liabilities at $41,-- : Raised The Pastor's Salary. 507, and assets, 201. It was no surprise After tho services last Sunday he had a congregational meeting iwie held to the friend of Mr. Podd that he had resorted to the bankrupt law, as at the H st i'rsi tenaii tij.ircn, never been relieved from the oldllav-- 1 otcd to whereat it was uunmmously to S1CC0 kins & Co. debt and there wns no other raise the p.6tor's coaipeni-aiioper annum, an inc. ease ui iuu. ine alternative At the tinio of the above Grin's assignment Mr. Dudd turned pasior, Itev. J.K. Smith, iiathorouv.hly creditors not fitly what iiHMiiilioi nimsflf Willi the best inter over to thoir endcjircd ho possessed legally, hut also that which ests uf his chuich ami hrs was entitled to by tho law home himself to all om citizens, who will, he stead, etc. No trader in Jessamine has regardless of denominational connecMr Dodd.and everytions, be gratified wuh this spontane more frionds than one believes that if he were nble all of ous butdeserveil tnbuio of the clnmh his creditors would receive their money to Its banned pastor. w'nli interc-t- . Jessamine Jouaual. ' Hall-roofar-fame. n j i j 215 WHITE FRONT. Again extending to you an invitation to visit us this fall and take a look tlnotiah our store, where bright faced polite salesmen and salesladies will cieet you and make your visit a pleasure. We are, Very Hespt., tHtHWHIHWWWWWIHWimW.! - Everybody Knows g:::: d. OLDHAM & COMPANY. - f JJTA 8 i H IS8 C.I ! u L.l I J4 CA v BfiVEriWB nrrv U riTn S m Jit m Hi El lrf j 7 n ri nit It B t 1 v W r PH BBn VP i .v7 I - I i II 1 XV FT - The wonderfull' winning premier fashions of the season. Men's Winter Weight Sack Suits and Irish Freiss Ulsters, Men's Superb Fancy Cassimere Suits, Men's Exclusive Model Ulsters, $5 $7 :: Men's Suits of Rich Native and Foreign Goods, Men's Superb Fashion and Finish Ulsters and Covert Overcoat. Men's Suits and Covert Overcoats Ulsters, and A Big Item to Madison County. J. Tovis Cobb has ju?t returned from Iniisvillo where he and Judge IIo'.i - Capt.Toin Ferrill, Madbon'a auctioneer, presented the Climax force on Monday a box of the n,nst delicious nersiminoiis of the sea it.nv thanks Cant, and luck to RUUi " up-to-d- you. To Build. Airs. Albert McCown iwill Mr. shortlv erect a residence on the latler's mt, farm on the Red House pike, near Thos. fbelps. Near Foxtown,Jast Wednesday Revennn Harris and Zena Cobb had a difficult: in which the latter was Both are - well .v.K.wi Dinuwvu rj HrrlE. after-noo- known farmers. Farm SeM for tho 13(FRcfelarm per aero Mr. Willis Hislo paM $30-1of the late .mit, Kiltie Hisle, nn Muddy cicek near W ilium, Waco, and Mr. Hisle'a so", year. will reside there thin Satunlay caught three of five coat or vards in this city without a bushl diamonds, whilst th cwts or the b'.ak sathe other two yank we kft flain 8wy il! far into tlie cold. irk, Almt a Cl FamiM Sullivan delivered ?1 12,000 of bonds be ing lefunding bonds which aro to take place of the old R. N. I. & li. bonds is sued saveral years ago to aid in the construction of the Richmond, Nicholns- vlllc, Irvine and Ueattyville lailroad. By this exchango Madison county gols a premium of sf J.KuO cash, ami saves 1120 ever year for twenty years; tho old bonds bearing 5 per cent, and the new bonds 4 per cent. In other words New Operator. wc still owo the $112 000. but by the Mr. J. T. Feirill. of Versailles, is new arrangement wo have SS.SGO paid manager ot the V. U. rdegraph olHce to us and instead .f paying 5 per cent, pay Here now, bUcCtediug the late Alheri on the old bond?, we will hereafter would meet with pub imlv 4 per cent, -- udge bulhvan will McCormack, It lic approval, if tho company would per return mit Mrs. McCormack to take ttie place Without a Parallel. as soon as alio becomes more thorough I). F. Evans, the nell known Prof. lvlltted fot the work. As good satis school teachor, tells ths Climax of some as was ovor given hero was the faction rematkable occurrences in his thirty work of a ladv operator, whose fidelity years career as a teachor which io dutv wrecked hor health, it re. Mc take tho rag oil the bush He has Cormack lartially unutrstai.ds the tauuht 1400 children.. in 30 years, in 30 nn.t rOlltd MOOU tlUftllfV JOr the school houses. Ho has taught in the duties of the office. samr school, children of the fpllowing ... A Fine Offljer. uauiw: Snorts aim .ongs, MOins aim Coys Mtllard West, diputy colkaor, of Cummins, Unguis and wag hero a fchori hilo Mon- and Molloys, Dawes and Koss, Calicos Lancaster, Rock-Cistl- e and Cottons, Whites mid Ulacks. day returning from Jackson and where, with a posse lie Sweets tmd Sowers. The last named counties, J.' 1j. Sowers, Is our esteemed Valley destroyed four illicit ditilleiies and owner of one of them a View correspondent, and being atruth- - K tho will doubt the stu.e- man named Wolfe, who is In jn" at ltd inhn no one metir. Sometime ago wo tani mat in 1 Mt. Vernon. or hft this town was a Cobb who had taught Mr. West is either seventeen for former, hut a Tigg and a Hog. ami some of our looks years old-- he dar-inso we said "W'hat'll-1- !" as a iiihu of tound seiuo, cotirHge. o imk up u give this new story .ver our atlldavlt and all Hint g"C8 ycai'.siiht'wil'iipii free if it is model deputy ho possesses an older with ar. .. fhna. ttMXt. , -- S6.00, $7.00, $9.00, $10;00, $12.00. MEN'S SUITS tSo.00, Young Men's $4.00. $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $9.00, $10.00, $12.00. Suits CHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS SUITS $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, itf.OO. MEN'S PANTS, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00. MTDN'S HATS, $1.00, $1.25, S1.50, $1.75, $2.00. MEN'S SHOES, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50. Upv. Frank Uideout has resigned his Saisaparilla. be found a charge of the Episcopal church at may experience in Hood'swho have tak-- n of those The You can buy more GROCERIES for less money Hood's Sarsaparilla fnrrlieumatism, and will devoto all his tin e in! havo been completely and perinau at Thurmax's than anywhere on Earth. Give Cyulhiatin. to lillv fined, prove the power of thi. its a call. Uev. Mnrtin 1). Haidin. tho brilliant inedic'nc to rout and tiinqiier this dis young son of Gen. P W. Hardin, has psc--. Hood's Siirsapaiilla is the One ltlood Purifier and it been tendured a church in Minneapo True oci I which causes the neutralizfs aches and Coa. Main the RICHMOND, KY. and Cheapsidk. lis, with a salary tr S4.CC0 per year pains of rheumatism. This is why it lec- :ihoIntely cures when liniments and Itev. G. W. Young's temperance applications fail to give When you ask for De Witt's Witch The sooner a cough or cold is ctued ture at the Christian church Sunday other ontwanl permanent relief. l!e sure to get without harm to thesuHcrcrthe belter. Ha.el Salve don't accept a counterfeit lltsrlit was one of the finest elforts of Hood's. decl4-li- n are moecasesof Lingering colds are dangerous. Hack- - or imitation. Tin-r. . r i, t.. the kind that ("ynthiana has hoard,) , ...m iur cougu is oistressiug. wno .m i nine Piles being cured by this, than all ..,...,! -- ...... Oinigh Cuio qnicklv cures it. Why others combined. Douglas A Wells. and a laigo congregation tilled the' bo given at the rink in fans Jan. 5. sulIer wj10H i.lIcll n ,:0UB, ,.,m, is church. Cjnthiana Democint. old child of t.un Stout, The three-yea- r to the taste. ), A man may dress A weak as his own " ,CiJl'''" converted A iiii.g man whi had been residing near Jtowling (ireen, was fa' good judgment and the atsistan. e of ; b tlm Salvtioii Army, speaking fiom an artistic tailor may elect. He inny James Aruiitiige shot and fatally tally burned. a plat form, declared that all pride and take Ins "tntis1 hut it his digestive or--. WouinIed James Iten.on duriliL'a nuar- To I'uri a t'alil in One I ay self conceit hail been taken out of his giius are out of onler. h will have an,, rel iu Hath countv. His com-Take Laxative Uromo Qu'tnire Tablets. would unwholesome appearance. heart. To prove it ho said he .. i All diuggifts lefnnd m.iney if it fails" nnd tho white of.. his eves will That Dreadlul Cold . i. .,'n ..... ... re inn nnmeiieti Him i.r Kirs ntexinn " e ..'li.i,.. n ll.kivill ful i I tlkll'Mlf? IVIll cure. ISic. Tho genuine has L. 1L Q. C. . iov9-tm- " an old loluifd wiiuriu. As ho wei t oimotito lHior. his teelh rus- - that fuaiful couuh a danger signal. It each tablet s ib i naui.v iimii jui.r iih.6i. "i his lireath iiiMitntiiaoie. lie is one ; dmii tiie aisle, tho ol.l colored woman John P. Cochran, former Governor of brud liig, unmistakable siim of constipation. To day a bottle of Dr. lioN's arose and suitl: "Look it innv Uolewurc, is dead. quiekt-st- , suie t. easiest way io Honey will cure it. may ha' no nride, but 1 has; cure der: yo this tronhlo is to take Dr Pierce's bn too late. This remedy will speedily A v ugh is not like a fevo- -. It does cold cr a soriuu.-f- " yo' can't kiss me " 'Pleasant Pellets. Thev are made of io-- , cure a concentrated vegetable extracts. cough, and give sticugth to the lungs. not hiive io inn a curtain course. Cure ned. It it quickly and cll'eciually with One Twenty one couples huu been mat-ricolllillr Ml thi. Uisi hiiniifnl entei'Hi All jrooddruuiiistsell it. Minute Cough Cure, the bc-- t remedy since last Pii into their composition. They hunt in Ureenup county At Manila the situation as for all igcs and Tor the most severe and "make them down all impurities, lav. cases. AVe rccomniHitd it'becauso it's the insurgents is regarded as move on " They aie the product ot good. DoughunS: Wells. the drug many years' studv and practice. Dr Midway people aro keeping Pierve cannot allord to' put forth a cists busy tilling crip prescriptions. Constipation prevents tho body from Civil war in Itolivia seetni iuevita- i worthless article. mining iisen ot wsiu inarier. uu . Addiess with 21 cents in one-ceItis.-rwill remove mr only. Witt's Little Early not steep f. coughing 'i l,5a;'!' .ar c Inactive ulia,ilbHtlau.'s C.ugh Uumeily. It cpy the Complexion, bnmll, stigni coated , In Kttcct December 5, 1S93 1 It;8lno8t ,v0S roIfef Adviser." of (, don grijm or cause nausea. Douglas A hvJU! ,iMll. .,, 8 it idds expee- UAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. n.nArv. "c,llt- ITIimAll Tr , torniion. relieves the lutigs and pre p.m. i.m p.m. n.m All of the turnpUcs ill Dinlc coUnty vents any tendency toward p'leuinoniiu and Indi 7 20 sta. Coniktiiiation Ar. 1 Hi 2 CO S 20 Lvc. Richmond For ante by IVr.y fe Thomas, tlrug-gi- ft 6 16 11 7 on Winchester 2 55 gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. aru mow free. irtn4 lrn H SO Maysvillo .. " 1 Si S 43 x 4) 5 10 SoldbyPeriy & Thomas, successors to W. ' . 9 30 Pans 5 40 , ,,, For Balies and Children wsii;., .r:niw,,w 1 2S .,....i Q. White. 6 17 10 28 Oeorsetown .." 7 53 7 10 11 21 Ar. FmnVfoit Lvc 7 M 3 40 ther3 is nothing so good In tho treat- - in Lewis couuty, was burneil to deatb. The Odd entertainment at ,nent of coughs and colds as Dr Dell's ' Ask for tickets via Paris. Lexington l.ist week netted abopt $550. Pinc-THone. It curcscii up,whc.op- - Mr KliVha Uorry, or this place, says ing cough, cold iu the head, and give i1L. never liad anytlihu do hmi so much sweet, i efrcsldng sleep. Children love , good ami give him such quick relief r,:id Kciema. Tetter, it, old people like it. Good druggists (ro,,, ibetiuiatisui a Chunberlain's The intduac itching r.nd smarting inci call ir ..... I r.. t. u..:- I.. i.... i.l ir d lW , i n 1S H. VI H. TiiuiiMAN Vp K H. W Grocery Co, e Tlinse lio Ktitire 4u.8 J ! P'i".t ' , j - t. . Pnm-Tar-T- ' deep-seate- FIuHWSHlimllllfl:HasS, ..jjejii . s I , ,r ! ar News and 0pinions MEN'S OVERCOATS, $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $8.00, $9,00, $12.00.! - MEN'S UNDERWEAR, 50e, 75e, $1.00, $1.25. x" The BOYS' UNDERWEAR, 50c. :.r -- Evervthins: in our store is Ireslujuid iicv, no old goods and everything at s, the lowest price that cash can buy them for. very bad ;astt? poj'iilai-witkiii Oiutmcat. society In Central Ken-,0,-j- s National Importance, by it. It i xm becn,iioruiimently taiix-tucky towns and cities. ' i orpially cSitnent for itching riilea and favorito romcdy fcr soro nipples; Couch and Colds i.nnped hanOs, cbUblsina. . aSS in themselves aro not se.iousma Udies. l lie mt.ht trivial cough r cold if lieu- -. Jf T Dr. Caily'H ConuKIon Pnitders, ai-- ictcd, mav lead to axthma. lironclut s J Ui 1 ,tt3t wiinfc a lioxiJO ncotb wben ti bad 'or consuinpilon. The light lime to .... , i.' 'X'tt'iic; biop3 purifier and neat a cough or cold U right away Ilnt-- : hoy ?ro not food but Delay means danger. Dr j ' y id a quick cure, a siuv cure. . m th2 best In nso to jiut a c.-'- nedicinaa r.' -d yem ,0lS0 in Jlrfpl0 conaition. Uail), OJ Did!, - V, Prico 23rai.dasnfe.cute it ( " j.' I -- S3 a year; ents per package. Daily and Sunday, by mail, Jantesls. Hall nia j.icnlenially shot i A riliMlmll. Ir,... It:t!lli:l W.1n in t.l.i, Mllr!li Jv Athpif ll(!r. ill Hell-- i j c it anil SMit by ail liastern Kentuiky dersnu county, wlnld quail hunting. -h : .WfrleMngais." - " liany .y SAlt-Ilhcu- iu .skating rinks are becoming ; iuit ; (f ixrk nse,r iumvttt. which af- prompt relief P.- l Dak'ek, druggist, St. Paris. Ohio. Forsaleby jaul-DPerry & Thomas, ilrngi'ist. , ,IB .ifiTiptkuee n :7hoz. e j Six convicts escaped from die Michi- gau .Statu Ilousv of Correct When Yuu Have. a l:i Colli yQU wall t,c jjCtt mciiiciue c.aII . .' i tOI ittllSi;iZJ " ; , lt-- . .f.tf : , . jmiiiel antl tl utt it Ohanibsr- , Relnedv. that YoHwantnreniedythaMvjllnotor.lv give quick relict butetfeit a permauent '.vui vi.ii .nil. .i iri.ieuy iiuu ...ill iuiicvu tho lungs and kctp expcei"atioti easy i oti want a remedy that will conn teract any toward pneumonw. You Wi.nl u leincdy that li pleasant ai l f:e tu tr.ke. hamh-irlidnt'ouiji ,lli inedy is tho .i.t lrtJilTl'di.- - in itseMba: meets all of i nii remeny. is H1 nx7 ii uncs or bad,, cold. v I 4 j i,:rHr Tfia Mortality - : Rsco-- d j H. Tk HMjrS-l- y J. STRENG, CMkkr, The Fwiisfcer, Tie Sfcwr, Hatter. e. bad iKi atrongcr heart. j UVl' IIU'' . if every liutuo be gteatly were Miiiinlled with ab'oltleof Hr lU'll's ,, I'.ino Suoj;,. Price..25 cgnte. iingtheuer and l he cleat iiii'i! i riccSccats a copy. "By mail, S2.03a j ear. aatism cS'eMi.rti.itor .t ... vUv istUfC. ciijup. anil kindred .faccSUr AadrtuTHIIi3K; New York. O.h.ta.,,,.. - .c eil it at 23c. No ,;...." All drUgi-1-.tV o " Pegg-: j," . w5re 3, lUirSWTON. tj. KA 1 i iu towns oui'ik- the Snf.W : iM...i. . T ,stls. h:i.. ti.e .iitcdv a.id nertmin- . J III,...) . 9 f, -- 13 &MV CVtiVer; 1 W s aa-- r.arcr iwoa.yauvhijwB. .iio- veins. hlulKntt.rf'A-titiSl'Uy Milrts n fir fi,- - IV, M.tiiiirtid-un.- l ih d. Ffeial . Sot4 by Perry &ThasraSaecMrs:a Wf 0. cost, atrftotiner s itj.uoMttalit; jam-li- .t 'S.,11. n lVrry TIk'HimV, .tiu-it- . , I'J) WMte. NBWS: VPEft IHTHK WOELO. HTH 1 n!tBTB3ra50N-DA- ' ' IHliV EMi'iJt CUBAN-OI- L uns iV.tsBur,-iP,'l?mitcs,Rlieu- I Titr-llulic- i s ! nrrnvre mmn " Jl.-n-r- - "cV3lr.f,ni?.ar?.:nscb ." r, .if. t'lif l!' i tw tr nil-id- ir "ZX? W,"!" . """'l . . t.' HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recora mends Wrights Celery Gapsules. PAitKERsiiona, W. Va., January 26, 1905. Thk Wright Meij. Co., Cqlu'nbus, Ohio. Gentleman: I liavo been using Reported every Tuesday at noon by E. Deatheingo & Co.. Staple nnd Fancy Groceries, Kiehmuiul, Ky. Wright's Oelsry Capsules since Iovem-be- r, 1891, ami find tliein to be as recommended. I first beuaii taking them while in ilot Springs. Aik. uniler treatment forSrintic Ilhenmatuni. Liver and Stomach trouble Constipation which I long sufferer. I found the IiaiUe-- j Celery Capsules gave mo great relief I1KP(1 tllfim . (mm iiio Uniiininir mill linvn ucsiin"h ever since. With pleasure, and unso licited. I rwimmenn ineni 10 any mm all Bitfferitu w ith like afllictious or either of them. Very truly yours. , TIE EXCELLENCE OF SYBOP OF FIGS ClIAKLKS T. C.CT.I1WELL. " enl.l hi-- T. S Hairan. Druggist. Price box. Call at drug 5"c onts and $1.00 per 6 s ore and eel free samnle. AH druggists sell Dr. Miles' Kcrvo Hastcrs. ir.. . 11 It UH'ht III tlit Doubtless of our friends of . 1 11 u X lllr puWrr Ol 111 in i i Piiiii mil Madison would liko to know how wo ALL WOMEN is ilxi-1- 1 to no iiiii nre faring in the Volunteer Army life . PVwUl tno v that the f I . I A Aimiaii ill I can pay si great deal better than hunOU Time" lJumeUjr, 50c. and $i.oo; ll drujjists. I Ottawa, a Im .., ... I... I'il-- i.ap.lM dreds of others', bnt at the best, service ? chliruii, itif int-.- i 111 iIihi SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York. nttemli tl in the Volunteer Army is not to proa tin-- ."inidh.. i ui i'i r menty eais a slur-ris- li pitious as a "bed of rosts," but coiniiiitted to auu. ai.d in. leu nnd differs only from the penitenFACTS ABOUT TAMPA tin- 10 hrr leai-Iie- l in. inorx am. tiary in that wedo hnvofreth air and set. wliolu 1,1 the Pbanus ol David, the! the uluo skies. My profession has book ut I'rowriis, the four Gospels ond King out tho false Ring in the true For The Climax. saved me hardships because ever since the epistle to the Ephesians, and added to you the new and true from tho I entered at Lexington last June until is a cosmopolitan city. It that she hail ami itom now enjoy much Piney forests of Norway SAN FRANCISCO, CuU S . a few days ago I have been StenograIt has a population of 20,000. spiiitiial benefit from sucii a rich store mew voittr. n.y. Louisville. Kj. pher and cop; ist in our Colonels' and It has steamer connection witli Hav of Divine truth while engaged in her Jn3-l- y Adjutant's offices- - My rapidity as a ana, Porto Rico, Jamaica, Pensacola, household iluties. Would that thouStenographer leaking out someway I Mobile, Now Orleans and all the coast sands of the rising generation could Pine-tar-Hon- ey was soon employed in the different towns. Yes, in all give the fcliuie is. the terminus of threo railwiufj general Courts Martini to take the proIt lireiraUirltteg In Femalo Organs. Should bo ol life in tho commerlawlui ceedings and make up the records when and has direct communication with all lak - .... ' km A Lite and boforo ctnvl tnn . r. ImpA v w K i"- -" cial, profesrioiial.ngrittiiturul, political, Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by fllm'tr I have rented for 1898 the several houses ad- now I am transferred from my Compa points north ' rs- . t twenty rears. vertised by me last December, but have now miniiiry ami peciull the ministerial UmQ&jjat science iu it rirasuHi,rniiiaiii.jii,rioiuru omer nice collages, wen jucaieu ny Regiment, and Camp to Division lour or live QpenrcrMe!idneOo.f Cliat. ytr It is situated on the Hillsborough i.la.-t--e and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at lion usetul lloW piofitahld io bay, an arm of Tnnipn bay am) almost mv office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, headquarters in the city as Stenogra of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. I'llM'nLL S tint iiieiiiiry,Bioied and hiii.enfie.i by with Stephen D. Parrish, Attoraey-at-Laplier in the different Courts Mnitial surrunned by salt waier it is oole by Lungs are exhilaweary The fVOL rated ; sore,microbe-bearin- gcough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; thelimit passages l 'Uul Writ'' ' XxxIS'WS FLORIDA H. PAPRISH, druggists, successors to W, Pernr & Thomas, - tint the j M ffinf frt PkP Attorney and Agent that sit heie. While there is little ex the maritime teezes uliiili tilo pei- tivei 1 i.ri"linii, JanM-t- ! ry clinic, meiulitr AfcT lEffuiWIHWfc causeof that tickling is removed, and the inflamed tra pay in it. yet, I liko tile work am petually. giving vigor and hoahll to fe.-:;- IU huu i. uitlii- - WmMMwWmK membranes arc healed and soothed so that there kept in practice in tho line I must full life. iir.r, rhuuto have moif 01 the book .1 back on when mustered out; and the Its monthly receipts from internal Gotl on tht'ii' tieiins an meiuory n. . II WjrWWfcft SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS ' Iw constancy of it will make me a better revenue are $2(5,000. an. 011. er hook, or an b Ohs tiiinbin - S90.- Bottles Only. 25c, SOc. and $1.00 Sizes Mil I writer than ever before. And then I Its monthly ctiatoii s reofipt anRANGES will command influential recommenda 000. V,7 liecuua. lino is uUi o o. BE SURE YOU GET AM 88 YEARS OLD, and nejcrtised creod. our book of catechism, our confU HI any remedy riiaf n lie TJoll n M tions that will be valuable to me in The postolllco monthly receipts are noncy. ItdTesqalclcandpermanentrrller Ql. i. 811 $" rintalira!!19ftff fession of Faith." our book of "Discivil life, and in a measure I am enjoy- $2,760. In grip as well as cough, and colds. It makes " cipline," and of every Baptist Sunday-schoimk I nnsrt stronff. Mrs. M. A. Metcalfe, ing civil life go and come when I It ships 9,000,000 cigars, 2250 kegs of Kducan.jvr. be recorded scholar. It should please jnst so I keep my records up beer, 1,010 tons of ice. and 1,700000 For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. G. White, as of Timothy, "From a child thou and no rolling out of u cold tent into pouuds of fresh fish every month. hast known the holy Scriptures, which The weekly pay roll of its cigar facthe G o'clock cold morning, and to an are able to make thee wise until salvaswer roll call, nor ijrill, fatigue, dress tories is $70,00. tion through faith wuieh is in Christ parade battalion parade, nor 0 p. inShipped in October, 1897,15 300 boxes names and or roll call, nor anypasses to go auywhere of oranges and 10,000 tons of phosphate. Jesus." And as for the der of the hooka of the Bible, every but sleep in a nice room, and once Its average monthly receipts of to- child attending the Sunday-schomore put my feet under a table in tons, valued at bacco are seventy-liv- e should be as thoroughly drilled in them nice restaurant to eat nams auu eggs $125,000. as day school scholars are in the muland "coffee liko our mothers made" Ninety vessols arrived and clcarodin tiplication table, Canadian Baptist. Flan, Life Insurance Reversed. We Pay While Yon Live, instead of standing up to a long table May. liko cattle eating three times a day of its real esThe assessed valuation Woman Should Klow it. .They Pay WhenYou Die. "sow belly," beans, nlum coffee and tate is $5,S43,4S0. Jinny woman suffer untold agony and nigger heel baker's bread. The im It has thirty miles of electric street misery because the nature of their disprovement amply recompenses mo for railway. OVER S128.000.00 PAID IN MATURITIES. ease is not correctly understood. Tiioy the dextrous work I do, and besides, Its annual trade exceeds $29000,000 have been led to believe that womb Rotary Motion and OVER 550,000.00 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. Roofing', Guttering "I dont like a gun nohow." My Com Its average temperature for the past trouble or female weakness of some to see me leave them nnd thirty-thre- e pany hated years was "4 degrees. and General sort is responsible for the many ills bade mo God speed, nnd all of them, Tho highest temperature reached COUPONS MATURED NOVEMBER, 1893, Work. like hundreds of others in the Regiment, during this year was 91; tho lowest that beset womankind. Job Cost. Paid. Neuralgia, xnervousuess, headache, Name. Address. are my fast friends because of my bold 29. $ 1G oO . . S 35 74 Lexington, puffy or dark circles under the eyes, Kate S Urowh defense of them in publicly contradict 1C 50 . . Its mortality averages twelvo in 1,000. rheumatism, a draggingpain ordull ache 35 74 ingvile misrepresentations that haye It lias water works supplied from a in the back, weakntss-o- r bearing-dow14 50 31 17 E B Warren been from time to time made of them spring flowing 11,000 000 gallons daily. 29 09 13 50 . . Mrs Mary B Hunter . sensation, profuse or scanty supply of best and us all. I however visit tho boys at 10 50 22 25 . Louisville, It has an efficient paid lire depart- urine with strong odor, frequent desire A E Mayzeck EVER Camp and I am always cordially re ment with telegraph alarm. 15 50 . . . Buckner, 33 45 William D Close . . to pass it with scalding or burning senceived. It has gas and electric lights. 15 50 . . 33 s5 . Lexinjfton, DR. CALDWELL'S sation, sediment in it after standing in Skookum Gulch Pool K Thero are some circumstances that oxtensivo lumber business bottle or common glass for twenty-fou- r it o 15 50 . . 33 45 lt 81 may make it probable for this Regi steamhas an mills and novelty works. " saw 'i 15 50 . . 33 4o ii 'CURES CONSTIPATION. hours are signs of kidney and bladder ' c. mcnt to see the Philippines yet, if it For sale by Dewey Music Co , Rich II It has one hundred nnd fifty cigar troubble. 15 50 . . 33 45 inoiul, Ky. 15 60 . . 33 40 Ileadachet and Keuralgia cured by Dr. does, ail I ask is to be leturned in time factories, large and small, employing The above symptoms are often attri Geo W Nuekols . . . MILES' PAIN PILLS. "Ono cent a dose." next year for me to do my little parts about o.OOO people. 15 50 . . 33 45 . Maysville buled by the patient herself or by her Milton Johnson . . towards electing a Democratic Governor 2G G9 12 50 . . It has (he most magnificent hotel in physician to female wenkness or womb Jell Burns v . Lexington, ARE YOU A DEMOCRAT? of old Kentucky. In this connection the world the Tampa Bay. 12 50 20 09 tiouble. Hence, so many fail to obtain John K Allen" I hope the Democrats will see to it that It is the largest fish market in the relief, because they arc treating, not the J Ploore . . 2G G9 12 50 . . An old adage reads: "There is a place they make a wise nomination for tins state 13 S) . . for everything," and for everything to be 29 02 disease itself, but reflection of tho pri- SVFry . office, and for the rest of the State in iU place, the LOUISVILLE DISPATCH The waters of the Tampa bav, 29 02 13 50 . . Durgin Dr T O Meredith . . mary which is kidney trouble. should find a place in the home of every ticket, and it behooves them to do it. of the colebrajed pompaim and 13 50 . . Georgetown, 29 02 In fact, women as well as men are Geo Y Fitzgerald DEMOCRAT In the SUNNY SOUTH. The For the nomination I am of course for Spanish mackerel.' 12 50 . . 20 09 Lexington, Dispatch is the people's paper, owned by made miserable with kidney aud blad Mary Hall Hon. W. R. Smith because he is a good It has two national, five state and der trouble aud both need the same J II Baker r the people, and is always ready to fight 13 50 . . 29 02 . FOR'. man for tho place and can reconcile all private b.inks, eight private and sevon for the eauaff of the people. IT STANDS 13 50 . . 20 02 remedy. SQUARELY ON THE CHICAGO Twc, fc, 5oTTato faculties. I hope he will be nominated public schools and twenty churches. 2!) 92 13 50 . . Newport News, Va is the iTcwport News Syn. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rowithout the aid or consent of the axvi. 3.c"c;f&T. SusJ but no matter who is nominated DemoFlorida will produce more saleable great discovery of the eiiiitioul kidney 13 50 29 02 Gold Dug Monopolies, and a fair comparcrats of Kentucky should put their products, fruits grapes and Vfgethblrs ison of its news service (now being fur13 50 . . 29 02 and blunder specialist, and is easy to shoulders to the wheel and elect him of all kinds than any oilitr country in nished over leased wires by the New York " 2G G!l 12 50 . licesburg, Six of the best Fire Insurance Comgot main urugbtuie for liftv cents or Pallio Bishop . Sun. tbo Chicago Inter Ocean and the panies in the United States. Losses paid I am for Lt. Col. David R. Murrav of the United Mates 11 50 24 47 ..Bjilte Mont o tlollac J M Alboiz Northern Tress Association) with that of promptly. our Regiment for Lieut Governor and Florida Iihh a givut stlpplx oT foit 2(5 GO 12 50 .'Madlsouville " cny other iiapcr. will fully verify Its 44- io prove lis woiulertul merits you U B Bradley. I can say of hfni no better man can be fish nnd its fihories are 111 their iiifnii may linvo a sample hottle and book tol It II I lagan Mo'.:o. "If you see it in the Dispatch it's 12 50 . . . Owensboro. " 2i C9 In the Prudental, you are offered the so, and if It's to it is always in the Disfound on God's foot stool. He lives ut cy. best Life Insurance attainable, and on 2G CO 12 50 " . Lexington, ling all ai. out it. hotli sent absolutely F II Korton- - . v the most approved plans. In Accident patch," ft.-- ' Cloverport, Ky., and is a half brother ii With Mich a country tiihutary t" free by mail. Kindly mention The Mary Hall. . - . 12 50 Insurance we again give the best We 20 G9 The Dispatch also has a staff of over will not transact business with irresponof cx Gov. Crittenden of Mo., xiid a Tami.a, its gmwtli in the past is filily " 11 50 - . " 21 47 300 active correspondents in the South, and your ad W L Th'rolkeld .. . sible companies. Richmond t limax nd thorough lawyer, fine business man ami ncRnunii-i- l fur nnd iiMfuiurn growth be- ilrui--s 261 Second Street, will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE . 11 50 24 47 . N M:dd!etowir to Or Kilmer & o fiiughamton, Harry v est . . . THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS Upstairs. popular with any one who knows him yond question. . Lexington I " 8 50 . . 17.44 X. Y. Ill Mar Tolls - . . y of any other Louisville paper. Get the He nnd Mr. Smith would make a guod It is most favorably for 10 50 . . . Camden, Ark " 22 25 JacoltlviCn Dispatch; it glvis the news and tells the ' A VALUABLE ALMANAC. 11 50 . . . I oxinglont 24 47 4444444444444444 4444444444 team. Col. Murray is President of one ovsteruud Sardine tamiling anil hits n ... about It. truth J II Baker of the Courts Martial I work in nnd aliuudam-- of raw liidcs Dally, S pages; Sunday, 24 pages; Week-l10 50 . Ilarrodftburg, " 22 25 Ueorgo Bolum . . . 8 nagos. We club with the Weekly Commander of our Regiment during W ('. ItAUOlI. ' 11 50 'I'll- GEO. W. 1UI1KY 24 47 . Lojtington, a copy Howard Shepherd limax hu just Dispatch at the remarkably low prico of Col. Colson's ahsenco at Washington in 11 50 24 47 of 1'iaiiieit. Almanac lor 1809. this is Soothing, healing, cleaning, cleans- the twentieth year fur this publication, Congress, and ho makes a fiuo presid A. OI Shelhyville, Ky., Recommends 11 50 . . 21 47 ing. De Witt's Which Huzel Salve is and great effort seems to have been Wright's Celerv Capsules. in; officer and a good Commander. 11 50 24 47 Shelbyville, Ky., Slay 26. '9G. To It is generally believed we all will got the implacable enemy of sores, burns made this year to make it unusually J J Abbihl . 11 50 . . 24 47 .'Cincinnati, Oliio Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: 4444CALL AT4444 out towards spring, biking the para- and wounds It never fails to cure valuable and. iulere.-tin- g. " 10 50 - Ixsxington, 22 25 It is a book Bernico llggleston . . Gents I have purchased a box of ii 10 50 Wricht's Celery Capsules from G. N. graph in the President's message in its Piles. You may rolv upon it Doug- 01 thirty two pages, in II of interesting F B Mann 22 25 &1 : Middelton, drucRist, and used them for literal meaning; whether then or when, las & Wells. ' 20 06 and valuable uifoiination mid i the John O 9 50 Versailles . Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver nnd Consti- as soon as I do I want to mako one book i)f the kind that C BTVlbr v, . . 9 50 . 20 0G must Newport News, Va pation and found that they cave me im- more visit to Richmond, to the "sour Working Night An Hay we Intve seeti tins vear. An examina " 8 50 17 41 . Lexuigtbn,' R Allen . . . mediate relief every time. 1 think it an The busiest and mightiest little thing tion of the book shows that it has been Joliir woods" and "slashes," and as an ; SALOON PARLOR excellent remedy. 9 50 . 20 0G . arrolton, . .1 F Jett soldier talks witli frionds of the that overy was made is Dr. King's New compiled aud edited with the greatest " .8 50 . . 17 44 . Lexington, WHEN IN TOWN. J J Council . . . Yours very truly, halcyon days of yore, and deserve tne Life Pills. Every pill is a sugar-coate- d care and judgment. Tho weather C A Liudell . . . . 9 50 . . 20 00 . Buttej.Mont. 9 Geo. W. Rilev. scones of the days of boyhood iuuo-cenc- t. globule of health, that changes weak- forecasts which proceed each month, " 9 50. . 20 06 . Richmond, Daniel Boone Club ness into strength, listlessuess into en- are n special feature and were prepared Coolest and most refreshing' 9 50 20 00 into mental power. by an astronomer of ono of My love to all friends of Madison, ergy, brain-fa- g 17 44 8 50 Henderson, " of drinks that can be found the must E L Kleiderer and best wishes for the success of tho They're wonderful in building up the tio.ed Universities " Lexington, 8 50, 17 44 in the are dispensed Daniel Swope health. Only 25c per box. Sold by Climax, and free silver 10 to 1. " The Garden Pointers, which appear FE Johns 7 50 . . 15 00 ' bT and accommoa Perry & Thomas. W. Piieston Nonius. " G 50 . . under each month, are of special value W A and A MShely 12 57 Or dating clerks. to soul hern farmers mid gardeners, as B F Powers 8 50 . . 17 44 LawrchcebV The Western Horseinmi, published Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. A great plant for tho manufacture of " they were prepaied by Prof. Massey, 8 50 . . 17 44 - Harrodsburg C Bell steel shells and armor plate will be es- at Indianapolis, Indiana, at $2.00 a who lias charge of the Government Thomas ' 7 50'. 15 00 Lexington;, D Gray Falconer year, and issued every Friday, stands tablished at South Chicago. 7 50 . . 15 00 Louisville, " " at tlie head of Turf and Trotting and Experiment Station in North Carolina. Z T Brovles Second St. Phone 3. . Chicago. Ill 7 50 . . 15 00 The historical events of each day of Mrs G P. Allen. Pacing horso journals, is handsomely the year are " indicated nn.l are of spe6 50 . . 12 57 Lexington; HICnMOND, KY. The bud is more u illustrated with pictures of noted horses cial interest, as the dates of all the im- Ed Kano ". . ". ily blighted than the J 50.. . 12 57 Mark Stevens gives all tho horse news from Cali- portant evouts of the Spanish-Americamil - Dlown rose. A and 0.60", . 12 57 Somerset, Cumberland Club war aro accurately given. young- girl is more susfornia to Maine. If at all interested 6 50 - . 12 57 Lexington, The Almanac is in ceptible to weakness in trotters or pacers subscribe for it superior publication. all respects a very Miss Anna Knobio and disease that will . Madisonville.", 0.50' . 12 57 PWNesbitt. Mwoman-wa- y The great annual Souvenir number The Almanac is published each year wreck her in a C 50- - . 12 57 Chicago, III than she is after will be issued February 10, and will be for the purpose of advertising Planters F J Eichenberger : Spanish-Americ- an she has attained to healthy 153 00 53 50 Lexington, worth more than tho price of a year's 'Old Time" IJemedics, Nubian Tea, Gooa & Co womanhood. Thousands of 53:50- - . 153 00 " Benedicla, Female women have their lives subscription. It goes freo to all sub- lator), and (or Planters It is sent Regit, W F White Estato Cuban Oil. to all A'-iwrecked by troubles of this 51 50 " . . 147 00 scribers -- to others 25 ctnts per copy. dealers iu medicines and all of our M Finch itJSWff aeucate description be52 50 . . 150 00 Danville, , .", W D Finch cause of their own ignor- L'v special arrangements with tho pub- readers will doubtless bo able to secure 52 50 . . 150 00 ance and the prudery of o4 J1 Louisville.' L A at Grief J J S J1 j S S lishers va nre enabled to send the a ropy. "Within three-quarter- s of a their mothers. 52 50 150 50 Lexington,; L U Milwartl "J Whenever the wander- - Western Horseman $2.00 per year, and READY FOR SALE niile of Owensboro, Ky. Louisville,-)iing demon of ill health 51 50 . . 147 0 Jean Mclver Weekly Climax $1.50 per year, EVERYWHERE Ever- inch of it is as rich as tt finds a ship adrift upon the . Lexington '.'.j 50 50 . 144 00 F II Norton the sea of ignorance, he botli for $2.25 during the year 1S99. JANUARY Ist, 1899. lies on the best creiim. . 144 00 . 50 5 ) , steps on board, takea Give us vour order. It A Good. nov23-t- f the helm, and steers tS t2 pike in the county: the land ., . 141 00 D B Good1. straieht for the mael ?0.'ip.LETEj .43,50 ... 123 00 a strom of death. Thevountr Many a . BaltimorejiMd . is rolling to level; AO acres RP Johnson household is saddened by Together with woman who has not been taught the neces140 00 . Ixington.Jv 49 50 arp in grass; excellent water J T Murray.,. sity of taking care of her health in a worn, death because of the failure to keep on 40 50".. . 135 00 i" DriP Taylor' . . . . well, cistern and spring. afily way is a ship adrift upon the sea of hand a safe'and absolutely I'ettain cure u v. ignorance. Diseases that will wreck herfut-ur- e 47'50 . . 135 00 W.B Anderson and wife . . Buildings: An elegant two happiness will soon assume command. for croup such as 0uoAlinut6Cough " 47?59 . . 135 ) John L Fisher . . . . . . . Louisville, Young women who suffer from weakness Cure Seo that ypur Httje 'bngs. are story new brick of and a half " and disease peculiar to their sex live under . .Ghfeago.IlC '" 4" J50 . . 135 00 UrS if Stevenson 10 rooms, the finest farm resa terrible nervous tension, and if they piotected against emargelicy." D'bug-la- s Tiic Great "v. ' Etrai " 45?50-. Uxingtonf-- , 120 00 Dr A' Dan.ildaon escape death are always threatened with ' & Wells. idence in the county; immense Compiled by 4rt 50 insanity. The whole nervous system is A. Jl NeWjon , l2 CO 11 tenement houses, burns; effected by the constant drag; and drain U now wftiiln ony 40 50 Mis s E Adams 1E2 'll , of EDGAR STANTON MACLAY upon the delicate and feminine organs. Court Days. Counlf idKyn irviitment ..nt .l uciire one of which is good frame t. 4.VfjO:n M Kbtue Dr. Pierce's Pavorite Prescription is the 121109 Juiictinii Cjty" i!:ijiStcaLit ii exso ut :., 01 J Historian of ths U. S. Navy, Paris, Uourbou county, tirnt Monday. the most jiitenie. It acts powerfully ami i.mV.Uv. one perfect and unfailing specific for every Wn.Itn" of 5 rooms and complete set . Danvillt; lit) 00 42 50' J T Moyer . . ' derangement and disorder of this descripA N;nv 5!an. Phvolpaltv tVrrw. Kichmond, Madison county, first Mon- unit!" nil-- of US.JS'.SJn. Vj U tlirwill rc- - MeiyiJ(J'&Arjuroiig. i : . Loxin'jlon,:, ,''" of buildings which really 44 5j ItG Hi tion. It fits a woman for wifehood and inea c.nn iwr Kt isaiiuoai. i dm i&n ui rteovei motherhood It is the best of all known day. 44 5:i . A" 120 0(1 makes it a separate farm. We the-lrootUol vlar. It;m i yin. es iimt roinrrs to M.vMiison .'I nerve tonics. It is the discovery of one of THE STANDARD Lexington, .Fayette county, second t .11 .in .it vtr, allsifllm- s- .Inrn,femtiiat WcaV IJ K Beiiion ; i 44 SO m will sell this place at an unthe most eminent and skillful specialists nesses, ImjxUtnoy. Vart.-X lermattorhca, in disease of women. vl23(lu: Monday. . Xtllitly RmUfcloai, liraln airl 31 iular Powrn usually low figure $14,000. AMERICAN ANNUAL. jll.erfllus . . . " I was troubled three years with fenulf Wont: MwSOry. Ki Stanford, Lincoln county, second Men- - dewy, KMit ot CoaOJccce ml lln!!l!rc.imi Dopon- -' Terms, one-ha- lf writes Miss Ellen Otey, orilrtHonl City. cash, balance eCixt nt scir. ml ' ' Bedford Co., Va. "I had two physicians, hut da aiitaw, nrwnaIeuTinn-l'otal . . i. rulnn. vhu !i iinrlt .Sl.!M5oi'$4.995.ia in one, two. three, four and , ona lor lwtii5. t taOy or iiuirri:- -;. II Cti K. U KO neither C'A mt any good. I wis troiiMcd Willi Profit Over Cost ..53,0i9.Gir- - ; PRICE 25 CENTS. pains in my left side all the time. When wns root r.t 1V1 r.Ueaw that is wl.y on- - fiesato.Tc-siiiiirGeorgetown, Scott county, third live years. Send for our list a. cures. 1; iime for my monthly periods I thouelit J would Hie . 1 is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also-tthe care and skill with which it is manufactured by bcicntific processes, known to the CAiaroniiiA Fio Syitur Co. only, and wo wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California Fin Svrup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact wilL assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the California Fio Syrup Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it act on tho kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, aDd it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. in trndo country, 1015c. BEESW AX -- 2 025c "WOOL Clear greato wool, l(l?c; hurry, 10loc; tub washed. 25c CHEESE- - Country 10c TIMO I'HY SEEK S1.:C1 CLOVER SEHO SI 5U$5.(X). 50(j BLUE GRASS SEED-.trip- po.l 05c; extra dean, G0(75i'; fancy lealpure6eed $13$1.35. IRISH POTATOES 40fiQc; BACON 10c. EGGS 20c cash BUTTER-Choi- ; 18c Are You m Easily Tired? ti. MEMORIZING SCRIPTURE. ce were given in our to tnis God honored ex-- e eise,-iwoul'f lead parents to tako a deeper interest in the work of the school. A writer informs us that the most profitable hours he remembered vnmnrnW tliafc all vmir were those in which his mother heard must como from your strength you evor tbinlc of 5 him recite his Sunday school lessons. food. Did X Look alto at the great gain to a minis that? ti-- i Perhaps your muscles need orieacher who has given much at- moro strength, or your nerves;. 1.. thlr. im Is never at a or parhaps your stomach, is 'j I ( lit is r' waok and cannot digest what ,., ii'i .l,e ..pj.n. m ii.it; pas ,1 0 you oat. Sunday-schools t x.-ci- sc. 1 If more attention Slimerfi. Hoshal, j ld then tako If you need more strength. 5 sat" 11.. . l in . it ! l pastors Uineii 0"S10Lc.t,, 0. 3Our I n t if, HAMS-l- Oc LARD-78K-ORCH- Git tSs- - $.&XSl UEIJ TOP SEED 50o RYE 00c. CAMP LIFE AT ANNIST0N. . Ans-isto- Ala. Dec. 17, ISUa Editor Cum ax: c i Oil with Hypo- jpf w vho most phosphites. Tho oasily changed of a'J. foods into J strength ; a .d taa hypophos- pmteo an ma D03& 5 toaics fjr tha nerves, SCOTT'S BMUIi- It SION io tho easiest . llOi and quickest euro for woak throats, for withe coughs of every kind, and for all cases of do- - Z tOitflnli;. bility, weak nerves, 5 illiHrutii Vi. a and loss of flesh. melt. Cod-Iiiver : in iN i t Commission charges are $3.00 per car ! diiu s lor hogs, 50c. per head for cattle. Ectercnce Western German Bank, Cincin- ..in ..iit n sept'-l- y Ohio. , 1. in. i.t.y nati. ..in ti Ci'iajh 111 ihe Wanted-- An VOHIB .1. Protect your Idem; ther may bring you vrealtn..o Writ" JOHN WKIlDEUnORN & CO, Patent Attorfor their ne, Washlwtton. I). IV luvcnllous81.su) prlio offer 1 iiw tad list of wontM. hundred u Vt 1 hflped J I i Idea 1 i- lo ji ;a 'MmmSwffMSmfMA druggists. iL oc )opo,,i,,.oa. "i"'.c.o w.a'0)ti M Tt5smmfc Mn3rr"frkt1Birii mW V CANDY CATHARTIC - W "j i c -- fglK ALL iS. I t III 11 . IU tU in iiiii HJ I I I J 111 1 u 1 i- C t . u f.-- Read This -- j HI lS fmsSSl&tSiWIi I 1 II mn II Ll m, " T' ' " S- - HH UHBu v t y? J&--f m.nn MAUt AM . WSKKKKK9BBmttKSKKBM as to what to buy for Christmas please remember us and we will show j'ou niany .things that will tiiinHaiaaa. rj II K 171 il r surprise you. Come and be eon" Uils)UiUifU vinced. 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. IP 1 3 Ylllj ARB M 1 ; Wfieder & Wilson Sewing Machine. I3I- t,yl,l . I & TiV 1 . ECONOMIST 1 iILK'lVlD I n 11 kT(- - 4 'feS3 ol ! titers a maaest Southern Mutual Investment Company. Rocker I Couches, I 1 ir ol Of Lrexin&ton, Kentucky. Sjp Parlor Gobi net ing Tables, Ball Bearings, mm n Mf IrwTWm .... .... And many other nice .Hid attractive' articles such as are only found in n first-clas- s Furniture Store. 6w T&tf&os. "To cheat a customer is to kill business." "Permanent profit can only come from satisfied buyers." "We repair every 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 they 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 alvays try to be polite and attentive." WE ARE HIE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM, tee ate. YRUP PEPSI . TTMWHHTHrHrTffW S. F. Rock, o ... ..... PLAT-KOK- ot B1GGEHSTAFF DAY TELEPHONE 76. - OLDHAM NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. . Je2-l- v, $1.25 YEAR. fladisofl Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863. K-g- ers JAM Ks T. HAMILTON. Proprietor . ... : Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. . cit' The World up-to-da- te Almanac and Encyclopedia a for 1899 Illustrated History of the .... FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who are contemplating buying Mnrble, Granite, or any kind of Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call at thp old stimd in tho fear of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand a large stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all classes of buyers SJF" Mr-- W G. UOUCHEK. one of the best workmen in Central Kentucky, is in chargo of our establishment and this means satisfactory work In overy phise. Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs, which will be furnished on application. YOUR PATUONAGE SOLICITED. - n -- GRAND FAR- D. .. HAMILTON, Proprietor. OF 160 ACRES, It War 1 j J WH HI mis m ....... .... Richmond Market It's poor logic to agree that all meats arealike. Our meats are the best.- We kill first-clas- s Sve 'Jmve eattkV'is'-'whalways enjoyed a "good, sliare of Richmond's patronage.. Those that have;npt favoi'ed us with orders in' the past will be convinced, by giving us a trial order thafoiir Beef, mutton, JrORK and other by any market. - -- 1 REGENERO. . - 49.-,5- -- The Battle Calendar of the Republic ... i 't M v ats, art not I . V."nla-rlni- L' .... .... xeled - Fresh Fish Recieved Daily. II.uuio-i;r- solicit ic ic. can lv Touuil ro8tluuancnt.sme. tb, j. . ii 11 VKSHtableM.such as Beans, Potatoes, PtM, Cabbage, Onions. Lettuce, In our market at all tlmeil. Tfeaakiog you.Ior ptptroBge, I . . . n Rad-0s!i- tf, 43..-A):- '1 Sf?7Vtaona;C;T..-f.rma)S-l- y " . . Macltej :.BaiWwt.KaIn 8t. 11 of farm for sale. WILLIAMS nugZI-C- k LITTLE, Ky. Postpaid to any aiinm. 2U; 3d St., Owensboro, THE WORLD, PuMmt Buftfeg, NEW YORK. can thick Wanted-- In somn simple to pateuM protect your Idr! thy may bruur Write JOHN WEUUEltBURN ft CO.. Patent Aitor. WMBbinguip. S. for tsetr Lk Biiso offer ml list of two bosorcd IatmUom wasted. Idea I ct. C PEPSI 5YRUP NDIWSTtOM. W1 CURES II DR. CALDWELL'S Ml 1 1 alio die with pains in my back mid stomnrh . had chills. I could not pet up without falntiug. da'' Finally I took three lwttles of Dr. Itrtce- - FaDanville,- - Boylo eountj vorite ITescription aud two of his Golden Medical Discovery. I do not have any jams ct all JCicliolaiille, nnd am la better health now than I ever was ' Monday. ' in my life." How to preserve health and beauty are Wiiioliet'ter, Chirk told in Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser. It is d fn:e. For a copy send 21 one-cestoops, to cover mailing only; cloth biadtajr. 31 stamps. AMieM Dr. , - ' Mtnitlay. X. V. Pierce, nfU, N.Y. Jety-iunin- e. paper-covere- - . tthirt .Mmnlnv ) mr- Tonic world --t bat !!:-I- t V nr: ra t!on:lIMIrstom ttiOl'Ireef Ynut'i. I Uam nctoai Illood t . 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