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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): January 11, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899011101_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 11, 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. HE RICHMOND VOLUME 25. WiYiViYiYViViYiYiViVVWYiVYiYiV RICHMOND, wijij i ii MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WHY? WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11. 1899. rj1 " NUMBER 32. t.i 1 ( v 5 CTYLISH, 5; They"Alwoys RELIABLE - ARTISTIC-"Recommended by Lcudinir Dressmakers. A A 3 : E" 5!; Pleased iW4 ROYAt rs? 'Va.'? 1 CO., NEW PARI NO BAZAR NONE DETTER AT ANY PRICE C7l hese nattrrns are sold in nearly rcr i itT and It.un in ti.e I uiicd Slates 2 ir i.r ocaitr Cnej not kerp thrm ncnd J?" dirt, i to u. On Crnt Umps received 2 Addrt 5 our Hctirckl point 2 THE AlcCALL COMPANY, : 1 38 to 146 W. 14th Street, New York : TtRAXrn npnrr . 1S9 Fitth Ave., Chicago, and 5 10s :ABSM.UXEEV IPUKE eINq POWOEB Powder TOSK. A?,' Makes the food more delicious and wholesome : g . d citizens are fri m thin section r I ; Nath Dontlu'irij-e- , Ivm-and the Adt.ins lrothcit. Near EVErVHG OF HAPPINESS. IVnth-orag- o Market St., Son Francisco. 5; Brlehtest Magjxlnc ;5 Contains Beautiful Colored Plates. Latest Patterns, Fash-1- : ; ions. Fancy Worlc. Ac"ii warned iorttm mazarine inertly ; " locality. Beautiful premiums for a little -- I - work. Write for tcrmi and other partic- ularv Sulwrintion onlv 20c. per year, 3 . -- I :j ucludinc a FllUK l'atttra. - Published g SOUa WOOES AND VICINITY. By Gov. Ed Brown.J g 138 to 146 W. 14th : Addrws Ti3iiuiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiiiin2 THE McCALL CO., St., New York : H; WANTED EVERY ACTIVE SOLICITORS lor "The Htory or the Philippines" by Murat Ilalstcad, commissioned by the Government as Ofilclal Historian to the War Department. The book was written in army carap at San Francisco, cn the Pacific with General Merritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, in Hons Kong, in the American trenches at Agui-jalil- Manila, in the insurgent camps with on the deck ol the Olympia with Dewey, ami in the roar of battle at the f '11 of Manila. Bonanza for agents. Brimful of original pictures taken by gorerment photographers on the spot Large book. Ixw prices. Big profits. Freight paid. Cred.it given. Dror all trashy uuolllcial war books. Outfit free. Address, F. T. Barber, Scc'y , Star Insurance BIdge., ChicagS. oct26-4ir. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. ArrOESTSTS. IV. MILLER. Attorney-at-La- Richmond, - - Kkstooky. Office in the Burnam Building, next door to fcb3-I- y armer's National Bank. J Attorxey-- a Law, KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, Office over Tavlor's Hanhvare fitore, opposite Court House, on Main Street. -- As I gave an emision of tlio''Slafhes" iu a lutier to ilie Climax some time since audi perceived it was relished and appreciated by the reading, public, I will now pioueed to give an nccouut of the section called tlio Sour Woods. This section, with its environments, is in the eastern part of the county, commencing where the "Slashes" cud and extends to the Estill county line some five or six miles in width stud ten or twelve in length from Ninth to South. It Contains the villages of Doylesville, Union, Brookstown, College Hill, Waco, Elhstou and Muberley. I do not knov. why it is dubbed by this name unless it is the sourness of the flowers, grass, fruit and trees. The people appear to bo as pleasant us any in the county, so it is not 011 the account of the people. I suppose some of the people are as sweet as sugar or Masses, especially the sirls. One of the principal creeks of the county is in this section, Muddy Creek. I do not know why it was called by this epithet tin loss it was on account of its muddy water. This section ha been very fortunate in the electing of its candidates for offico, many of them have sucfeetl the public teats a long time and have become by this time quite a lot of biickers. DoyIiKSVILIj. Is in tlio extreme - Northern part, uearllio Kentucky river. It is not as w oil known as the otherII. B. HOGG. towns named as it duos not lie on the route of general public travel. Tlio ATTORNEY AT LA II". Kentucky. country surrounding is somowliat Richmond, Office No. 13 First St. tip stairs. AT LAW, - 31-3- 0 J.O. &D. HI. OHBNADLT, Kkntucky. Clicn-anlt'- s ATTORNEYS Richmond, grocery. Office on Secoivl street, over PHYSICIANS. DR. H. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond. ond Office in the Joe Cc'.tfns bmlding, lS and 10 Sec. 7- Street, oyer Wnite eld druestore. . CHAS. HOOKER, XETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty, up stairs, over store recently by Itichmond Harness Co , Bast Mainy St., apr7-lRichmond, Ky. Medicine anil Surijcry. Office Collins Buildine, MainStreet. (the Our place) on Telephone nt residence JWOilUWdj . Kentucky Richmond, II. C. JASPJ2H, JU. D rr W. EVANS, M D., TllYSICIA AJfl) - Suboeon, - Richmond. DR. T. - - Kentucky J. TAYLOR, and residence on Second Street. Richmond, ce Practitioner iu Medicine and Surgery, Kentuck - broken. It has a storo and tcliooi house. William Rice is the merchant This section is very proliefic for cedar troes. We got our telophono and tde- raph pole from bore. This is the for mer home of tlio woll known Nohuid boys. Union City. Is a nice little village. It has a Christain church iul a ISapti&t church, a good school house George Nolaud, Uonie Bruce, and the Mc- Kimioy Bros, arc the merchants. The county Infirmary is located near this place. Some of our best citizens arc from tiiis soction. Fur instance, ex- County Judge John Chenault, Attor ney Dan Chonauli, Thomas Cheuault, Harris, Dr. John W. Professor Jo-si- e William Powell, Harris, Frank Golden, bolter known as "Bruis er," who used to bo quite a politician of that section. Buookstown. Is a very smalt vil lage. It has a Christain church, also a good school. This section was the former home of several of our citizins. French Tipton, Jerry Powell, Charloy Powell and Caley Shearer. M'he latter was one of tho boys who wore the blue and went to help put the Spaniards nm throunh that is with bullets. Todd and Itufus McCord arc the prin cipal farmers. Mr. McCord is one of the landed proprietor of tho county. Ho is tho largest freeholder of that sec tion. The McCord family is one of the oldest familios in the county. Collhgk Hill. Is called by that name on account of its l in : located onjiigh groutid, and being fruinuroa seat of learning. It has two Methodist churches, 0110 North 0110 Sutiih; it bus also a good school. William Millerand Alexander Miller are the merchants. Pate Adams owns one of the largest nurseries iiO ho county. Some of our this placo is located Cane Springs Meeting House. It has been a favorite place for years for tin' Kaptibts to hold their associations. Near this place are luge sand banks from which our contractors draw their supplies. Ally Adams, a noted personage, of that section, has been one of the principal factors in supplying tun demand. Though the peoplo of this section have no monicd banks' they have that which answers nearly as well large sand banks! Byiiektown. Is in the extreme southern end, not for from tlio Estill line. It has a good school, church, storo and a pottery. Waco Is located on the Richmond and Iivine turnpike. It lias a fine steam grist mill. MMie merchants are Chas. Searcy, Hoc Lackey, and Dennis Taylor. Mr. Searcy is one of the prom inent men of tho county, having served a term in t lie Legislature. Some of our best citizens are from this section. 'The large Douglas.family Thomas Coviugton, Kit Covingion, Clerk Thomas Thorpe, Stautn Thorpe,: our present Circuit Clerk, James Lackey, our jailor. John Wagers. One of tlio oldest industries in tho county is located bore. The Waco Pottery Works. If the people of Waco have no money banks, they have largo banks of potter's clay and if it wasdevoloped it would buasourco of groat revenue to those people Flat- woods meeting house is near this place It is a great place for revivals. Elliston. Is near Waco, a. half mile west. It is located on Muddy Creek. It has a good school, Baptist church and a good grist mill run by steam or water. One of our former citizens, David Chenault, Jr., operates it. We wonder if David decusses religion and sjxteen-to-one as much as he did in tho city. Sixteen to one is a good thing sixteen ounces to the one pound. This was the homo of Thomas Ellis, and was named after him. Near Ibis place are the artesian wells", stink by B. J. Clay & Co., for oil or gas. Thoy struck neithor, only dirt and rpek. Thoy sunk a good deal of monoy in the hole. They hud the bag to hold and their cud to chew. MoiiBisLEY. Is one milo west of Elliston. It is a btntion on tho It. N. I & B. railroad It is one. of the largest shipping points on the road outside of Richmond. William Combs, the efficient agent is our comity Itoprcsontativo to tlio general assembly. May he evor be Sic Sanjier Tyrannh. This was the former home of the ancestors of Neville Moberloy, of this city. Our elllcient county school commissioner, Wagers, is from this section. Allen and Joe Deatherage arc two of tho largest farmers of this suction. I have often heard it said that it is haul to buck up against aSourwoods candidate if one expects to be elected. ty ox-Jail- M'hesueces-fu- l labors of tho Sunday school conducted at Concord school lioiu-closed their year's work with a Christmas trte on Xmas evo. Long before tho appointed time the house was packed with happy children and friends eager and expectant of what old Santa would bring them. At a given Bignnl the organ penled forth ils joyous in a Christmas anthem beautiful rendered, by Mrs. Preston Hubbard, assisted bv Miss Tommie Lapee, after which the Snpt. Mr. Chas .Valler mado n brief address, appropriate to the oecnssion and had a prayer after which another joyous song was rendered. Then came forth Old Fanta in the personage of the faithful and efficient Sec. and Trens., Mr. Preston Hubbart. To say that he did justice to that Northern and much worshiped sovciign would be doing him justic. His splendid address together with his constant flow of wit and hutnorthrough out the entire presentation of tho gifts both amused and highly delighted tho audience. The tree was loaded with valuable, useful and beautiful presents beautifully aud artistically arranged amid waxen tapers, whose twinkling sparkling light so enchanted the scene that one imagined lie was viewing some fairy land. Among .the many valuable presents, there wasone worthy of special mention. It was a beautiful lamp presented to Mr. Chas. Waller by his Bible class. At the close Old Santa presented special prizes to Misses Lura Ellison and Eva Rainy for best lessons and most faithful attendance. The tree, aside from the presents put on by friends was a gift to tho Sunday school from that most estimable christian lady, Mrs. Sam Barnes, whose untiring efforts assisted by other good people ol that vicinity ' have made the Sunday school a grand success. Altogether the occasion was one long to be remembered by many happy hearts, several of whom have but recently learned to love and obey tho Savoir and were thereby made the happy recipients of that precious promise ol a bright aud shinning crown. The Sunday school adjourned to meet again tho llrst Sunday in April next. o Why isnM a wrinkle a nick of time? Why isn't a pony of brandy a flery steed? Why aro bead of perspiration the jewels of toil? Why does the walking delegate usually ride in'a parlor car? Why does a man litto to bo mistaken for more than ho really i? Why does a law suit invnrably wear out nt the pockets lirst? Why shouldn't a whccl-barro- w come under tho head of.gardeu iruciv'.' Why aro the affairs of others always so interesting to most people? AViiy isn't it Ktipeititioin to pick up ins nt the eno of a howling alley? Wiiy would the avoriigo matt rather be charged with malice than witlt mak- 4f Clan dsomest Store! 6 Largest Stock ! M if a . ''J ra sn VV h!S I lidi Fhrpo fil n -- ' of The !o i ?1 km mm Lowest Prices! Noveltigs, Trim? w llavln;; removed my stock of Jewelry to the Bright Building on Main Strett, formerly occupied by E 1 Palmer, I am better prepare! than ever to serve the public. I have now tho Handsomest Jewelry Store In Richmond, the larcest and best assorted stock, PRICES. This stock includes Silver anl Cut Glass And Everything Kept in a ing a blundei? Why does the man wiio reiterates ith emphasis that ho will never do a thing always do it if volt givn him time enough? The smallest things may exert tho greatest iiitlupnco. Do WIU'h Little Early Ilisors aro unequalled for constipation and liver troubles. Small pill, best pill, safe pill. Douglas & Wells. over-coini- DIAMONDS WATCHES. CLOCKS. "Manners Makes the Man." "Mind Makes the Man." "IIome Makes the M.ffr." and if yu decide that "Home makes the man," let us help J3.!J33 you mane tne Home. Our house furnishings are helpers to happy homes. Our goods are honest, handsome, and handy, at a less price than expected elsewhere. Christmas is at hand and it should be j'our good judgment that leads you to give as a Christmas present, something that will adorn your home make it brighter and more cheerful. Take a peep at my handsome line of otL w First'Class Jewelry Store. mm. SILVERWARE. RI.GS. W Ssfcial prices made on Wedding Presents. I Inrite all my old friends and as many new ones as want honest values and courteous treatment, to come hnd examine my stock. Clocks and Watches Repaired on short notice. 0 ARMER,The J.ie2S-6r- a Jeweler, If a man were to lean x 11s far in nro- - portion to his size as 11 flea, ho could mp seveiity-sinnhs. Coughing injures and inflames sore lungs Cough Cure One Minute loosens the cold, allays couching and heals quickly. The best euro for children. Douglas & Wclis. room Suites., I run the Crystal Palace in London, and it barely pays itself. Horrible agony is caused by Piles. Burns nnd Skin Diseases. Theso are mmediately relieved and quickly cured yDe Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Be- arc of worthless imitations. Dong as & AVells. A writer in a London tailoring maga zine complains that tailors themselves are seldom well dressed - It requires over S500.000 a year to Why Suffer Agony ? When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed tocure you. I i is the discovery of an eminent physician. No Knifo ! Ho 1 The first treatment It lias cured thousands, and will cure you. MR. T. 6. WILCOX, promi: oi.fc merchant, politician and chief of tho Chattanooga, ."ire Department, says : After years of suffering, DON'S i'lLE Ol NTM E.N V was recfering with piles." Interruption of Business ! hi in g3 immediate relief. Some butterflies have as many as 000 distinct eyes. 20,- - ommended to me. The use of one box effected a permanent cure. I voluntarily give ycu this statement, hoping it v.ll be the means of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention of others suf- Price 1.00, Prepaid to any Address. EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS' DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an lnrentlon is probably patentable Communica- Anyono sending a sketch and description may Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. octviy In Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Mahogany, Golden and Antique Oak.... Beautiful Brass and Folding. Beds. Elegant Sideboards. NSExtension and Center Tables. 0dd Dressers. Chiffoniers. N 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. My selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette, Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot be excelled. A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and Corduroy, just received from the cit Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Work Baskets, Smyrna and 'Wilton Rugs are also attractive additions to our business. If you are a lover of beauty it will paT you to call and in line of Framed Pictures, Medallions, &c. We also make a specialty of framing pictures. Glorious News Comes from Dr. D. 11. Cargilo, of Whashita. I. T. He writes: "Four bottles of Electric Hitters lias cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had caused her great suffering for years. Terrible sores would break out on her head and. face, and the best doctors her cure Is comcould give no tions RtrlctlyeonHdentlal. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patcntJ. Patents taken throuch Jlunit A Co. recclro tptcial notice, without charge. In tho Scientific Jftnerlcan. A handsomelx-illustrat?!woellf. Ijircest circulation of any ci entitle journal. Ter.ns, 93 a Tear; four months, fL Sold by all newsdealer. QMMTYs, EESMlffiGE9 the properties of i MUNN&Co.'Broadw,,. Hew York Crancb Office, OS P SU Washington. 1). C 2S-J- One make of Piano may hayc one, another two, another three of these properties, Kferssrsaj". .., 7 plete and This shows he.-- health is excellent." have HEATING STOVES. Our line is full and complete, and in charge of Mr. M. G. Brown, a graduate embalmer and funeral director. It will pay you to call on me before purchasing your Christmas presents. what thousands proved, that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known. It's the supreme remedy for eczema, tetter, salt rhoum, ulqcrs, boils and running sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys aud bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion buil.l.s up the strength. Only 50 cents. Sold by Perry & Thomas, Druggist, MOST NPVii Ul I 1 p HEN EGGS LOOK ALIKE F-s I1LIILLL MORfPirv PHONE mUULIILLII ' 23.a 3 ' it- Successor to J. S. Collins. ytus,vml: us. ticra all Ls rr.n-.?"- Though your name is Sonrwood Your honey's Sweet and good. And your maidens arc as fair As tho fairest In the lard. And your men they arc brave As the bravest in the land And your people are as good As the goodest any where. . Guaranteed. 4 But, O "What a Difference in djt ccrabiaa'ica. Agc-sts- in Established 25 year:. mxt :.V cities. Cfi If none in , ml by a Woman. Another great discovery has been made and that too, by a lady in this Iiikcovi DENTAL STJneSET. country. 'Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for beven years she withstood its severest tests, but her vital organs were nudei mined and 'leathseemed For ttiieu months she iiiitniiioil cutigiiC I incte.-M.iiinut anil coin le p. Jn.i li'.ai:y m meruit a v.av to ( recovery by puifti.ieif iin a4 jttle of Dr. King's Now Discovery lor Consumption and was so much relieved on taking first dose, lhat sho slept all night and with two bottles has been absolutelv cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz.' I'hus wriies W. C. Hainuick & Co., of Shelby, N. ('. Trial bottles free at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. Succeu sots to W. (5. While. Regular size 50c aud $1.00; every bottle guaranteed. 4 command. 1 Col. W. J. Wilmore, chairman of the 8th Congressional district Republican committee, was in Cincinnati this week when he did a good deal of talking witli his mouth, says the Stanford Journal. Among other things he said that Collector Yerkts would not bo a candidate for governor, nor would Auditor Stone. The former don't want the nomination aud the latter trains with Hunter crowd, who will put up Attorney General Taylor, the brains of that wing of the party, the event that internal Revenue Commissioner Scott is elected U. S. Senator from West Vir ginia, Mr. Stone will apply for his place. MMie Democrats are dead sure to Gocbcl and no matter nominate whether Gilbert' is seated or turned down he will never be nominated for Congress again. McCreary will bo the next man beyond peradventure. Al though this is a good deal for one small man to know it is not all that Col. Wilmore gave out, but it mustsuf flee until We have more space at our Mr. S. The Taste ! aug3-6- Some stoves slightly resemble the Radiant Horn WHAT SlLzTI ivanc Adverti semen WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK. Next week ISiTTadies' Fleeced-line- d Hose worth 20cts for lOcts; Good Machine Thread. 200 yards spxl for 2c; 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c. Bargains this week in table linen, napkins and count ire uo with Pliillppmes. That Is the question with which the bin guns of two Nations are wrestling. We have our opinion, but we don't propose to give it for nothing and until we get our AirBlast. next door to Government Building, RlchmSnd, Ky. Office hours 9 to 1 to 4. ce 12-- dentist, of Looisnille, Ky. novl7-l- y Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental Olfice of Dr. Hob-so- Ciipiif i7 tnnw n, of nothing better to tear the lining of your throat and next door to postoffice. FRED SMITH, DEN7IST. fli'Office, over Collins Grocery, same office lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgln. jan!2-l- y DR J. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. lungs. It is better than wet feet to cause bronchitis and pneumonia. Only keep it up long enough and you will succeed in reducingyour weight, losins your appetite, tringins on a slow fever and making everything exactly right lor the geras of consumption. Stop coughins end you will Ct well. The Cominticial-Tribun- o intimates vory pointedly that William Goebel is u'"kepubl.ieau degenerate," and that lie "Uesetteil the laitli of Jus intlier and brothers in order to teeure office at the hands of the Democrats on the Kentucky side of the Ohio river. Palitagrupli. In order to tecuro what Tip? The idea o( you throwing mud at a "degen Micanopy and children, suffered terribly from LtiGiippe. Ono Minute Cough Cure was tho only remedy that help them It acted quickly. M'hotisauds of other uso tliia remedy as a specific for La Grippe, and its exhausting after effects Douglas & Wells.- - But, O what a, difference in the morning, Then comes repentance with the dawning, it is not a Radiant Home, If Satisfaction has not come, A. Fackler. Editor of the (Fla.) Hustler, with his wife And icicles adorn your dwell- - price, we'll keep it to ourselves. But we give free advise on Footwear where to get it, how to keep it, how to wear it, and when to wear it. We fit you perfectly frje of charge also. All we charge you for is the shoes we sell you and then we sell you for $3.00 and $4.00 as good a shoe as you arc in the habit of paying $5.00 and $6.00 for. If you will call and see us, we will convince you. The Maine Commission Co. Dry Goods, Notions and other articles, member the name when in doubt. Con. Re- - TliOS. MEIGHEN, Manager, Main and Chkapsidk. A SPECIALTY. (itov23-ly- ) RICHMOND, KY. AH REPAIRING AND TIMEING FINE WATCHES Work Gnarantced. L. E. LANE, 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. i3 In the morning. erate." Wliat Shall wc do. A serious and dangerous dieaso pre vails in this country, dangurous be cause so .deceptive. "It comes on so slowly yej. surely that it i3 often firmly seated before we are aware of it. The name of this disease which may he divided into three distinct stages is, First, Kidney tiouble, indicated by pain iu the baek.rhcinimli.sm, lumbago, frequent desire to urinato, often with a duruiug sensation, tho flow of uiino be ing copious or scant witli strong odor. if allowed to advance, this reaches the Second stage, or Bladder trouble, with heavy pain iu the abdomen low down between tho navel and the water passage, increasing desiru to urinate, with a scalding sensation in passing. small qualities being passed with dilll cully, sometimes ntci.t;sary to draw it With insttuuiouts.ll ttrlfclicidDrgravid has fomird, it will p.ruvo dangerous if neglected. Thirl i stage is Brfeht's Disease. . Ti. 'lhviio is conirorfc in' ktuivyfiift that Dr. Kilmer, the gtu:tt lifdney hud bladder specialist, has. discovered u Remedy fiimouii for its marvelous cures of the most distressing cases and known as Dr. Kduier's SwituipiltooU--- It U sold by till driiggiijls. , As a proof of tho wonderful viitues of this great discovery, Swamp-Roo- t; a sample I ottle and book of valuable information will le feiit absoltise.'y free by ihn.il on application to Dr Co., Ringhamton, N Y. Whrn writing kindly mention that you read this liberal ctTer Ju Tlio.; Richmond IV Climax ". TeemaniBtos., First No. 3, Street. Gov. MacCorSde's Endorsement. of West Hon. W. A. MacCorklr, Virginia, ndda Ills namo to tho lone; list of Statesmen uciictltcd by as a ca heartily recommend tarrh remedy nnd tonic. Ex-Go- v. l'c-ru-- m White cc if Bank, inrOffice over Madison National Richmond, Ky. tiers cures coughs of every kind. cough disapAn pears in a single night. The racking coughs of bronchitis rrs soon completely And, if not too far along, the coughs of consumption are completely cared. Asi ycur drust for one raa-tsred. wit Unpre uibson s Store Dress Trimmings. IflROVN during 1S99 will be devoted to Fiction. boy' trest I Travel, nd papsr published Sport, and will be the Dress Goods. TWO SERIAL STORIES Gavin Hamilton Forward, March I" Vj KIRK. MUNUOE is a story of a jroung hero wtlli Roose. cell's Kough Riders. W Kiel: k Louis S. 1 Idm, n. Ej MOLLY ELLIOT SEAWELL Is a nory of the time of King Frederick the Great. AN KXCHAKCE OF SHIPS I!y CrOKOB !;. Walsh THE GUNSHOT .MINE By Cl.AHLSS I'. I.IMMIS rf aAt i SCOUTING SOME SHORT STORIES By Buffalo Bill" WOLVES vs. DISCIPLINE Br IlENRV W. 1'JM.HEK X DANDY AT HIS BEST By J cuAN.ItALru ON THE PLAINS Pli.flnnnl I Ohin. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY lift. HO o. each returning everylsecond Vednesday o Rich month. Reference every physician mond, Ky. gedejjt' Heat, Economy, THE KING'S By HtGl.NALD GOl'KLAV TSEASURE-SHI- P Dr R, Goldstein, Of No. 511 Fourth" Avenue, Louisville, Ky., will bo at the Hotel GIvndon. Richmond. Kv.. on Radiant MAcCortKLB, EvGqv. of Weit VirBiola. CIIARLE3T0.V, W. Va., March 9, 1803, a Medicine Co., Loiumous, U. a, as Gn.NTi.KJiEXi Your - I Cyns C AJunt Hon. W. A. of Wednesday, January 25, 1889, Returning; one day in. each month. Eyes amined, and glasses scientifically adjusted. ocU-l- y ; Br.Ayer's Cherry Pectoral pjiastc?. 4 " Md Mi JulUn Ralph These stories are founded on fjet, nnd In many cases are the actual experience cf the authors. . CItUISING WITH DEWEY THE RESCUE OF. 1EDW AY By W. W.Stosk IlyllAKOLD Martin B I LLY.iO F; B ATTER Y B A SCAREB FIGHTER IlyCOLGAT- - !Uvru By W.J. A WAR CORRESPONDENT 'AFLOAT By CAKl-Tes-- STORIES OF THE 'WAR For .ill the new aud The plain DTess up to date Dress Goods Goods of this, sense n including the new cov require fancy braids. erts, diagonals, cre- we have them in all pons, Ettimines, etc., the new designs, scroll come to us., We caninovelticj, nouveautrs: please yoii in" style audHercules, serpetines, price. r'ete. sae the.so triL . Jackets, Collars k Cftllaretfcs.1 Finings. ClIAPSIAS WITH CAPRON AT EL CANE? By FLrrcitm C Hansoms ARTICLES ON SPORT AND TRAVEt. These Articles will be of cspec'ui iMtreM to etf ry live and energetic boy who lutes adTeaturu and out door peri. ARCTIC WAYFARERS ALASKAN FISHERMAN UyCtKC C Adams . By II. C Jerome FIGURE-SKATIN- G D ART F . By W. O. van T. Sltfiikm By E. C. Kent (CYCLE POLO TREE-TO- P tlly A. II. GosirRET By Dan BrK Trffi CAMERA CLUB EWTOH'S TABLE PROBLEMS AND POZMJES STAMPS AND COINS Allwill rtcelveittentioR cadi month in Ae UDUN'tJ TAUI.E S9bsrrlptl41u.Sl.OO a Ytar M Cruit a Coal taylor made Jackets, latest cut and color- ings; also a special .lot. of furcollaxettes direct' from the manufacturer, i Save money by birying from us. A new line of Ladies' SILKS l SILKS I Nowi.!ro pise will von fltil more novelties tlinii here. AVe Flrtvenll tho now TnUelas in PhUtls, Siripin, Chivk.ioinl.it! 'eirfU and plain all arob tics. Ve are als Agents for Buueraics s l'aiterns. ex- ' r KENTUCKY E. III. tyiE, MERCIAL UNIVERSITY. tU Leiwglw. EttARY, BIBLE. MEDICAL, COLLEGKS. AND COM- 6f the ChcrryjPcctord. tf va h?ri rrr ceenjtolnt!iat; It will cid ths cction KU-uer- & $22 Tuition fcr Literary and Bible Course510,000a year. More than twenty teachers. Thnusandiof euccejtfal alumni. cvmiiAsiura. Social and moral welfare of students receive special attention. OperJ to both Jly27-- tl catalopjes address the I'jcsldcnt. tonic, is certainly unexcplled, and in a number of cases that have come under rnv observation where it has been used for catarrh, or any disease which lias its origin in that malady, it has been c lira ray o great benefit. hearty recccnmcodatioa, both as a tonic , una catarrn rcracuy. W. A. MacCORKE a Is a permanent pnd scieu' tiQo euro tor catarrh, It is pHrely vegetable and works la harwy with aatnro. All druffgMW tea w. Ttte White l'. . Gibson Street, Richmond. Ky. iii' . Successors to Shackelford Sc Main RickaiOttd, - 0try. Keatucky. , -- MUy Elliot Secl v. The Richmond Climax. WATTERSON GIVEN "The monopolist and tho speculator prosper, but the masses wither. Men of inoderato fortunes and of fair inwero tho bulwark of the T' I " and Editors. oMILLat GOOD AS HE SENT. come, whoaro slowly but suiely, being epublic, C B. WOODS, Associate Editor. wiped out. Wo are being reduced to two classes in the first stage these 1899. "WEDNESDAY, JAX. 11, ill bo known as fhe very rich and the cl Colorado k- moderately poor, and in the second wim-- M rUBMUHKU JCVEKY WRDXRSDAY BY tago as the masters and the slaves Wo have established a moneyed aristo Co. The Iks Courier-Journ- al. cracy and aro now fastening a yoke on posterity. A standing army is to be PKU YBAK, $1.50. PKICK enthroned and bayonet argument is to DECLARES ADVICE IS CHEAP. govern." Altgeld's Omaha speech. Queen, of tho Clay's Ferry locality. Jaumas-Tukne- k. Mr' Palestine B. Jarinan and Miss Grace Turner wero Mr. Robert Bergman, of Irvine, was married at Chillicothe, Ohio, on Januain this city Friday. ry 3. The .groom is a graudson of Miss May Kscott, of Shelbyvillo, is Capt. Ballard, of this city, and resides Sole agents for the Cevisiting Miss Kate Blanton. at Trenton, Mo. lebrated Pine Knot Coal. Mr. Thomas Gentry, of.Estill county, A Piano Emporium. None genuine but ours. is vis ttng relatives in this city. It is unnecessary to buy from visiting No slack, no clinkers. I mean to any particular house, if so get a divorce and Miss Suo Parsons, of Berea, visited agents or outside firms so long as right buy Avhere you can get the BEST GOODS for the Try it andbe convinced. her cousins, tho Missea Taylor. at our doors we have a piano and organ LEAST MONEY. Come to my store and convince Near R. N. I.&B. depot. Messrs. Bijou White, and Robert Lit- wareroom filled with choice instruyourself of the Avonderful reduction in Wraps, Dress tle attended the Winchester hop." Telephone 21. AVo refer to tho stock now on ments. Goods, Under Avear, "Wool Hosiery, Blankets, Comforts Dr.L. H. Landman will be at the exhibit at Lane's jewelry store on Second and Notions of all kinds. ANNOUNCEMENT Zimmer Hotel, this Wednesday. Jan. street, where Mr. II. G. Kent, tho The Cincinnati Commercial-Tri- b FOR AUDITOR. 11th. special salesman, will gladly show the Ve are authorized to announce JOHN B. New Man in the west Says une, in a fit over President McKinley, Mr. and Mrs. J. Tevis Wilkerson, of instruments on hand or order others to tions, and few were the obstacles thnt CHENAULT, of Madison county, a candidate exclaims: Lexington, attended the funeral of Mrs. suit any prospective purchaser. lor the office of State Auditor, subject to the came in his way which he did not sur Last Campaign Issues Are He is a marvelous man and one of Russell. action of the Democratic State Convention. mount and seemed to think every pass Fire Record ot the City. the grandest gifts to the human race Alive. Mr. R. N. Beasley, of Paint Lick, There wero eighteen, fires in Rich- practicable that lay across his path since the birth of the lowly Nazarone Gunl.Lkk seems to bo receiving a made a business trip to Cincinnati mond during 189S to extinguish which By his untiring energy, fair and lenient cold at Bethlehem 2,000 years ago. large supply of "ombiilmed" dealings, he was respected and beloved Special to the Climax: it cost the city S2o0, or an average Mack is indeed a great gift. The hu last week. shoulder from the administration. Denver, Col., January 7. The annual man race had a hard old time getting Miss Ressio Turley, of Richmond, is $14.22. When wo consider the fact by the populace. Few men ever lived That our line of Men's Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best A largo number of expansionist are celebration of Jackson Day was held along until he was given. And to think the guest of Julia MacGaincs. Lan- that these fires represented 18 chances wiio left a brighter examplo for the youth to follow than ho. For many enhall the presentation might nover had been caster Record. in the city. I also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls. My by tho Jacksonian Club at "Weir's seemingly forgetful that they are probably to destroy hundreds of thou several hundred members of made had it not been for Jlark Hannal stock of goods is to numerous too mention so Avill quote only a feAv prices gaged in punching holes in the protec- sands of dollars worth of property, wo years he was a consistent member of Mr. Web Evans and sister, Miss Salthe club and their guests beingpresent. Still, candor compels the admibsiou lie, havo been visitiug friends and rela- may better appreciate the services of our the Christian church and thero ho was tive tnrilf wall. that are now making them go : one of the main pillars and one of its Tho principal event of the evening there wero a few others between Mark tives in MndiBon. gallant firemen and the great protection In tho North Carolina Legislature a was an address by Governor-elec-t brightest ornaments. Full of years Cbas. and the lowly Kazarcne. Tho Presi Blankets, 10-- for 38c. to $5.00. Mrs. Mary Parish is at homo lrom a afforded by our water works system and lienors, he died, leaving to his sor resolution declaring the golden rod the Thomas, of Colorado, who in the dent, however, has tho power of per Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. A Fine Report. visit to her daughter Mrs. Lula Davis, state flower was fllblcil.onc mombor sayrowing daughter and grandchildren ourse of his address replied to the re forming wonderful miracles. Ho has Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50c. at Campbcllsvillo. ing: "North Carolina wants to got cent editorial of Henry Watlerson. in Tlio Stato Bank and Trust Co. makes one of the grandest consolations vouchLadies' Vests, 15e. and up. pencd tho eyes of the blind. Even from under the golden rod, and I favor Mr. Morton Alexander, a student at a great statement in this issue of the safed to any his great assurance of a Courier-Journa- l, in Henry Watterson can see a little bit. L io Louisville f Hose, 19c. Ladies' AH-avoslipper as our flower." C. U. last ycar,'was married yesterday Climax. Ono of tiie principal items of blessed immortality. tho silvor Inch the latte'r suggested that Admi Cynthiana Democrat, Spool Cotton, le. and up. at Glasgow to Miss Vida Warder. interest evidencing its growth is the A True Friend, GiJNii. Milks is- - the right man to ral Dewey and General FltzhughLee be ..'09 100-Yar- d Spool Silk, 5e. "Many mistakes havo been made, Hon. John D. White, ot Manchester, large deposit, $275,573.20. Its total re made the Democratic nominees for 1900 This Caps Tho "Climax." prove rottenness in more dopartuients 12 Yards Lace, 5c. but noonecan honestly say thattho Sun was in Richmond last week, attending sources are little below half a million ith tho platform, "The Stars and than tho commissary, and we hone no Editor Climax: ins ever published a line tuatJirougnt Handkerchiefs, lc. and up. ' Tho Institution has achieved amount of blufling will deter him from Strines. God Bless Them." Governor n unnecessary pang to thoso in trouolo the burial of his cousin, Mrs. Sallie dollars. In the last Issue of your paper, Prof. in tho short timo since its organization Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up. or distress, or that tended to degrade Russell. showing up tho grounds of complaint Thomas said in part: B. F. Evans gave some queer names of or injure a solitary reader. Possibly it Brown Cotton, Sic. per yard. Richmond pent more than its most sanguine promotor Mrs. Matt Cohcn.of Bourbon density is said to be promailo by our uninlluential private has not exercised tliat vigorous censor several days here last week with Mr. had hoped. It has declared its first an pupils whom he had taught during tho Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. soldiers. verbial. It polarizes in the political ship which is expected from a modern past few years. I want you to publish Overcoats, $2.50 and up. newspaper aim lias very likely aiioweu and Mrs. Joo Cohen. Vers. cor. Mid- nual divident of 7 percent, and'plaecd the enclosed story, which will give you atmosphere of gold Democracy $2,000 to surplus. Why not appoint Shatter as minister mau guilty to go nnwhipped of iustice way Clipper. some idea of the queer names of officers which boldly assumes that the so lar as being pilloried in print was tollnssia? The czar, with his disarma Always watch for my advertisement, I can save you money. A Fine Piece ot Color Work. 3Ir. W. R. Letcher, of Cincinnati, and teachers here at present, or who concerned. To doubt, too, it has some doubtless be happy ment idea, would national organization is ready to times given greater praiso ihau was spent Sunday with relatives in Rich An experienced art critic gives it as wero here a year or two ago. The to rcceivo a soldier who is capable of "kCe, toss the reins from the drivers' box due. Yet it is an amiable fault, per- mond. He attended the burial of his his opinion that there will be no hand names in italic are real. The story was &oo&s miles behind the llriii remaining six haps the desire to speak kindly or be aunt, Mrs. Sallio Russell. somer pieco of color work issued this composed by Mr. C. P. Fosdick, our "3rr to those whom tho voliiclo but yes-da- y silent, and ono which more pretentions line and reaping all the honors without Rcpt. ran over. journals might cultivato with profit." Mr. and Mrs. Harvoy Chenault and year than Hood's Sarsaparilla Calendar deaf mute gardner. drawing sword or firing a shot. M. T. Long No more truthful tribute could bo Mr. John B. Chenault spent Wednes- - for IS99. It is not only useful, but ar' 'Old boree sense sitting in tho iocker,' date. Danville, Ky. "paid tho Woodford Sun, nono more to lay and Thursday with thoir sister, tistic and beautiful, and up-tIN two years the inonoy circulating in tho United States has increased is dilapidated when it assorts either that be desired, than the above. The Sun Mrs. Nelson P. Gay, near Winchester. The cliarming "American Girl" whoso Once upon a time near tho town of $500,000 the economic issues of the last cam $350,000,000. or approximately, Judge Sullivan and family and Miss beautiful face appears with a delicately Yarbrough in England a Miller was has just passed its thirtieth birthday, day for has been added curing every that nariod.savB an enthusiastic Kepuo naiirn are obsolete or that the leader and we rejoice with tho Messrs. Bow- - Mary Sullivan will shortly tako up their painted flag in the background, makes walking through the Fields where he lican exchange thnt had just gotton ship of that time is not the leadership mar upon their clean, courageous con- abode at the Hotel Glyndon. Judge a pleasing featuro with anyone will be could see tho wheat Grow. It was Aday hold of a quarter of a dollar. Stanford Sullivan lias about recovered from his pleased to have before him tho whole n May and the Chestnut was in RIoom of 1899. It may be that in 1900 Democ duct of their excellent paper. Journal. Cor. Main and 1st Sts. of 1S99. Wo supposo druggists will but a lato Frost had injured the Mili Richmond, Ky, recent severe illness. racy will find inspiration in the name of Two lieutenants of the Fourth Ken have thi3 Calendar, or a copy may be eus. Coming to some Boggs he avoid now, to widen A vn wo arc asked Mrs. W.Stuart Jones and two littlo tlio snhrr of this class of statesmen by tho great Admiral : it may be that the tucky have asked us to whom we re- sous, Masters lid ward and Charlie, have obtained by sending G cents to C. I. cd litem by passing along the Banks Fili- upon & Co., Lowell, Mass. i riviii! thorn a chance to rob the gA m n A. I events of the ensuing period will point ferred in our recent stricturers of two wheio a Wheeler was fish to Hood iiituw. Honven nitv those poor people, d civilian offi returned home after a week's visit ing with a Reed and a Strand of hemp A Cook Book Free. sight, to him as to its logical candidates; it The Spaniard took what was in army Mrs. Jas. T. Jones, of Lexington. cers," who are holding on to under a Birch tree in whoso branches hut the expansionist, with his bond may be that General Lee or some other jobs. Had we intended thetheir REPORT OF THE State "Table and Kitchen" is the title of a criticism They report a delightful visit. a sat a Martin, while a Drake swam in VC Back and Trust Co., Richmond, Ky.. at jobbor, onters tli womb of the future oO Mr. W. D. Oldham and wife, of Rich new cook oook published by the Price remote conspicuous fightor will stand as hia as for that regiment particularly we Jo and plasters his mortgage on the water below. Reaching a road ho the close ot business on the 31st day of December. 1898. generations." Altgeld Omaha speech. sociate, but thee conditions must might say the shoo is for those whose mond, Ky., and Charles K. Oldham Baking Powder Company, Chicago. walked for soveral Miles, crossing a.:.: :...oo pinches. practice and wife, of Mt. Sterling, Ky., promin- Just at this time it will be sent freo if tlio RESOURCES. not mat Doners oi toes was building a OS If it wore not for tho railroads, the come, it at all,persuaded me return, not is tooitwidespread But apply evil any one ent business men in their respective you write a postal mentioningthe Rich- stream where a Mason passing a Castle Loans and discounts, less loans to to to 00 00S. to Calvert of Stone and courts generally and ospecially the 890 may be $233,696 S3 omcers. ...oe communities, are at the Gibson. Cin mond Climax. This book lias been inregiment, morc's tho pity. To the 3,600 00 oe King with his Queen at- Loans to Otllccrs where lived a court of appeals would have very little that their views or opinions must be ac- quirers we will say 41,657 83 SO tried by ourselves and is one of the tended by a Marshall, a Bowman and Overdrafts .. that the charges cinnati Enquirer. 31,861 40 Due from National Ranks OS to do. More than half of tho cases ap cepted, but that through such leader 20,000 00 made by tho "Private of the Fourth" Miss Jauie R. Evans, one of Madison very best of its kind. Besides contain- many Squires. Next he came to the Banking House and Lot. .0O jmreiitly, beforo the latter court affect 8,680 00 Mortgage. . Loans "OS ship the principles of the Chicago plat against soino of his officers, if true, county's very best teachers has gone to ing over 400 receipts for all kinds of shop of the Smith where a AVagoner Stocks secured by 2,925 00 and Bonds rail loads judging by the daily reports pastry and home cookery, there are was having a horse shod and then he CASH OX HAND. should damn them in the eyes of hon- visit friends in Lexington, and attend ..0C may be enduring. $11,681 72 Specie Judge Mike Saufley used to say that form On and after January 1st, 1899, our ..OS 10,383 00 est folks, and we doubt not they will the State Association at Louisville, many hints for tho table and kitchen; stopped to see the Sparks fly and to Currency ..OS were two sorts of defendants who But if it be true that the political 6,529 10 23,476 82 there Exchanges tor Clearings terms will be ..03O showing how to seta table, how to en- bo marked men when they take off during the holidays, having posponed 537 59 0QM. 00 listen to a Canary that sang a Medloy Other Items carried as Cash ncuT iret iustice -- railronds and No- - platforms are formulated by polit1.467 98 and Oo. c c 00 their straps. There's nothing wo might her contemplated visit to Virginia sea tor a dining room, etc ; a hundrd and of airs in a cage. The Smith was care Furniture Last Fixtures 1.SC0 30 CO'" Quarter. Expenses Stanford Journal. grof-s.8 9every branch of the culi ical hypocrites and predestined to one lunts In say, if wo wore disposed to make a per- coast until next May. 00 SPOT-CASHless and dropped the hot iron oil the $138,903 45 est,.. Total nary art-- Cooker of the very finest sonal matter of it, that could compare CoNc;nr.ssiiAX Davison is contost abandonment and that Democracy's ee One of tho most charming entertain 00 Brawn of his arm, the Miller wrapped LIABILITIES. on 0O. ing Mr. Gilbert's election to Congress sole pledge for 1900 should be "The with the indictment of brutal bump ments of the holidays was the elegant and richest as well as of the most eco his Burns in a Webb of Cotton. Agtiu- We have attempted to run our busiuosH by co..000 $150,000 0;) Go., Capital stock paid in tiousness brought by our soldier cor dinner party given to a number of nomical and home like, is provided for. tleman soon after rode up and ordered Surplus Fund through pure cussetlnoes. Gilbert beat 2,000 CO llecting our accounts the first of each month, Stars and Stripes, God Bios? Them," 380 95 .000 Profits respondent. himfairlv and squarely nnd should have but- - have been unablo to collect them all friends by Mr. John G. Cole, at his Remember 'Table and Kitchen" will a Groom to Tyo his horse to a Link of Undivided Deposits 275,573 20 Go.. Individual assurance can wo givo that what OR he sent, postage prepaid, to any lady Steel and then to Curry him and give Due National Banks $ 5,937 00 Se. contost. The Richmond theseat without comfortable home about a mile and a promptly. Wo are thereforo compelled to 60II OS 7.718 12 lne State Hanks & Bankers. 1,781 12 3,251 18 SO. Commenting upon the any pledge involved even in such a Vantaurraph and other truly good Re 00 half South of Winchester one day lost sending her address (name, town and him some Hay 'while his master ate a Trust Funds on hand for CASH that we may pay cash for our goods, so ..OR assertion that the United States Senate week. Winchester Democrat. catch-prais- e State) plainly givon. A copy in Ger luuch of Curd and Rico Toe. This re will not be disrepublican sheets that applaud Mordecai and will endeavor to mako it to tho interebt of too 000. . $138,903 45 . Total so is hopelessly lost to Democracy until man or Scandinavian will be sent if 00 Williams' decision not to trouble Mr. the trade to do business with us. Wo havo a garded ? so minded our hero that ho was hungry STATE OF KENTUCKY, Mr. and Mrs. J B. Haggin, tlio Mes 00 1900, an exchange says: desired. Postal card is as good as letter. GO op Madison, J consistent enough to Coontt Push should be nico line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, and a glance at the Dials of the Jasper ' If wo havo lost all tho devotion to srs. 1'latt and Stewart Huuter returned 00 story is now going the rounds of the State Bank Goo R. E. TURLEY, Cashier The Afidress Price Baking Powder call off tho old grey goose from Lin ( Qucensvraro and Glassware, &o. Give 113 a ..too clock on a Brackett showed it was Long and Trust Co., a Bank located and doing busi- GO our party principles and our political thnt the Republicans are 6ure to hold to New York Monday. They were ac OS HI City in the coin. Cynthiana Democrat. call, examine our stock and got prices. past noon so he went to a Raker and ness at No. Ky., West Main street, being duly GO. companicd by Mrs. E. S. Huuter, who 00 of Richmond, in said county, duty is performed by resorting to any the Senate till 190G. The truth is that 051 f!FGoods exchanged for country produce Dr. McMiltan Heard From. goes to visit her daughter, Mrs. E. C. ordered a slice of Ham and a Gill of sworn, says that the foregoing report is in all SO.. GO politician, 00 Swi Kami, the Manchester respects a true statement of the condition ot GO in 1900 tlio Legislatures will be elected" device which promises victory, it wero 00 Beer, the Price of which was 6ixponco. the said Bank, at the close of business on the 0DS... Piatt. Miss Jeau Amsden goes as far as AVe havo a nice letter from our good liniht be a hades of a fellow. Ho is 00 that in turn elect in 1901, thirty Sena 31st day of Dec, 1898, to the best of his knowloo whero she attends friend, Rev. Dr. James P. McMillan, He first smoothed liis Beard with edge and belief; and further says that the GO. chargo oi seduc better to adopt Colonel Seller's plat torsseventeen ' Republicans eleven Philadelphia, hardly off with ono OS lately of this place, which tells us that Combs, tied Bibbs over his breast with business of said Bank has been transacied at GO. as GO. tioii before he is on with another. form and go in for tho old flag and an Democrats, one Populist and ono silvor school. Woodford Sun. the location named, and not elsewhere; and I 09 Richmond friends have recoived the he has accepted a call to the pastorate a Band of silk and then ate his lunch that the above report is made in compliance This time his alleged victim is the appropriation.' 00 Republican. Among the gold Repubn soo seated on a Mocs covered Root while he with an official notice received from the Secreold daughter of Representative the 31st day "This has some political meaning licans who will go out will bo Wolcott. following invitations: "Mrs. John Felix of the Presbyterian Church at St watched some boys at play in the tary ot State designating s ich report ot Dec, GO 1898, as the day on which shall be GO De Moville requests tho honor of your Pauls, North Carolina. Since ho left Owsley and Jaek Dive Woods, of Clay, WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, KY R. E. TUBLEY, Cashier. made. and in sentiment it is fully equal to its of Colorado, Raker, of Kansas, Carter, presence at the marriage of her daugh here in September, traveling over 5,000 Schooltield. ton. and her father has sued him for of Montana, Elki ns, ot West Virginia, Subscribed and sworn to before me by R. K. 0 not less attractive Resuming his journey he soon can.e Turley, Cashier, the 7th day of January, 1899. $in,!i)0 damages. Tho Louisville Times more graceful, but McBrido, of Oregon, Thurston, of Ne ter, William Phillips, to Mr. Joseph miles, he has had. six calls from seven C. H Cuenault, Notary Public. calls him the mountain Jlilly Goat, but Wattersonian imitation. AVeare warned braska, and Cullom, of Illinois. If the Hamilton Thompson, on Wednesday congregations visited, a high compli to a Hall where lived a Carter who, e GSCGGaSeOOGGGSCCGGOeCGSGGSeCGGOSSeGGOSSe Coreect Attest: ment, but oue-wall know him to de needing a Board to repair his- Barnes suggest that it alter eithor the name that tho Republican leaders are not Democrats carry the necessary num evening, January 11, 1899, at half-paJ. A. SULLIVAN, Carpenter and inDIRECTORS E. D. BALLARD. or the num. It is a reflection on the going to handicap themselves witli any ber of States to elect a President in 6 o'clock, Church and Vine street, Nash sorve at the hands of people capable of asked him to go to a J. II. POWELL, appreciating this grand man. Dr. Mc- quire how much is AA'oodworth? The Hilly Goat. Stanford Journal. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S 1900, they will havo a decided majority ville, Tenit," Hence it is ancient partv rubbish. carpenter was out and while waiting AND n the United States Senaio. Itshould Mrs. Jno. R. Embry left Tuesday for Millan's scholarly attainments, minis STATEMENT OFof RECEIPTS CemeTiim Kentucky Society of St. Louis irgucd that wo should not only imitate, his return he Hurt his finger by squeezRichmond bo remembered that among the recent Coatzocoalcos, Mexico, to join hor hus- terial abilities, and Godlike christian alive its annual dinner Tuesday oveii' but surpass them in our desertion of character will always be remembered ing it in the Vico. Ho now decided to tery Company for 1893. gains made by tho Republicans, gold band who has been there for some ing. Covors wcra laid for two hundied party piinc'ples. We are told that at Republican Senators wore substituted weeks, and whero they will remain un- here with affectionate regard. Fortu- return home for the Day had become RECEIPTS. speakess of tho evening were in Madison Circuit Court The Kay of sun light could gold til April. Mrs- - Embry was accompa nately Dr. McMillan' great powers inclement, not a The executor of Lee Jake White, deceased, 862 50 J. S. Galloway's Ad mi., riff. from r"l u cod by the President of the society, the opportune moment McKinlcy and for way Democraticno Senators; and in nied by her father-in-laPierco tiie clouds and the Green bran- Cash keep sale of Lots.. offers for sale privately about Afrainst 153 35 ot Grounds Cash Taltou Em and positive influenco for good were there was loss." William G. Itoyd. Breckinridge Jones Wheeler will march down to the foot this etc., Deft 258 25 Frank Galloway, of tho trees Shook in the wind. A Cash Interments Democratic triumph in 1900, cirrying bry, two children, Talt. and Dot, and not to be measured by the visible re ches 100 00 Interest on Second Vice President, acted sis toast lights to the tune of 'Tho Laud We All nersons havinir claims acainst the estate auu ho knew ho Notes paid Note and Bonds 5 00 witli it the Presidency, both houses of. her niece, Miss Nanetto lleath,ofRich suits in his own immediate littlo con storm was coming of J. 8. Galloway are hereby notified to file the 80 Acre; of L master. The first orator was same legally verified, with tho undersigned on gregation, here, elec tho eight or ten would Rue it if he did not soon find Love,' or words to that effect. $ 1,379 10 Congress and a majority of tho popular mond. Jessamine Journal. Total or before the 15th day of January. 1S99. or same or William J. Stone, who responded to shelter. Being a fast Walker he quickly eminent pastors of the Second will be barred. S. E. SCOTT, If national politics have descendvote will be a victory worth celebrat DISBURSEMENTS. Mr. and Mrs. AV. F. Schooler and other the toast, "Kentucky As She Was." He Master Commissioner M. C. C. re reached a Poor cottage where a Bro wii Sexton 23 "4 of which lies immediately In Foxtown. tin $360 00 Jany4-2ing. And we will celebrate. ed to the song and dance lovel of little daughter, Lillian, took their do church would also have suHereu m D. It. was followed by balance is between the land of Wm. Delimit 214 50 putation. Rut suffice to say ho and dog stood in the doorway. Rut it whs Extra Labor and Dudley Tiibble. The latter is in bluei;rj-- s 10S 95 Sundry negro minstrelsy ono set of end Francis on ''Kentucky As She Is Among the candidates nowbefore the parture Monday. Mr. Schooler goes to his distinguished predecessors justly Young and Meek and did not Snapp at Julv 1.Expenses and has not been ploughed for thirty years. '98. Overdraft in Address, 902 55 219 10 $ . Bank Tho third of this .series of toasts was men will servo as well as another. people for State office there is nono AVashington, whero he has a position lost none of their prestige whilst adding him. Nearby he could see a church government printing office and responded to by Crit $ 476 55 g Total more deserving than John li Chenault, in the Wo are not conccrnod what are tho to their list of friends in Rich- yard where a Sexton had been digging John 6. Cole, Ex., swear that the I, Root. R. Bubxam, tonden, "Kentucky As She Will Do." of Richmond, who aspires to the posi Mrs. Schooler and Miss Lillian will ro mond. Our heart-fe- lt solicitude ovor Graves which led him to Muse on tho above is correct to the solemnlymy knowledge names of tho performers if the song best of Box 259. Winchester. Ky. main a while at Richmond. They mnde goes BURNAM, ant-2lion of Stato Auditor, nor is there one out to this large hearted, cultiva shortntss of life. Tho storm soon pas- and belief. Attest: ROBT. R Secretary Co. Edna Tillett, &c, riffs, and jig be satisfactory. many frieuds during their short stay Notice of Sale acainst so likely to capture the vote of Eastern sed and ho was a Freeman but seeing a Correct ted christian. J. W.CROOKE.Treas. Elizabeth Turner, Deft In Equity. "Indeed, if an attitude is to bo as Kentucky in tlio State convention. Mr here, who regret to see them leave, Turner coming to whom he was in debt By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale ot Mrs. Russell's Death. Paris Reporter. and fearing ho would Dun him ho s umcd by the Republican party in 1900 Chenault has always been a Democrat the Madison Circuit Court, rendered at the Privately I or December Term thereof, 1898, in the above on tho Tho Madison Junior Social Club It is with peculiar sorrow that wo re- hurried on home apassing who gave road wo should scorn the suggestion that we and a wheel horse when it became necstyle cause, the undersigned will, on him gave a swell hop at the Masonic Hall cord tho death of Mrs. Sallie Russoll, two Parsons and Nunn Blessing. imitate. Lot us stand by our colors essary to pull for the party. Ho has Lexington,' Ky. aged mother of many children well their never before asked for an office, but last Friday night Saxtou's band, an tho 13, I will offer for sale privately my House aril well knowing that if we are right. Deafiu'ss Can rot lie (lured, for years has bad an eye on tho ono he ideal floor and tho most gracious hosts known in this city and clsewhero. Lot situated on the corner of North and Till Streets, back of A. It Hurnam's nroDCrtv. Mrs. Russell had not been in bad health, by local applications, as they cannot lefcat shall be turned into victory, and now seeks. To that end and that ho rendered the occasion memorablo. Between the hours of 1 o'clock, p. m., and 2 house has seven rooms, good cistern, o'clock, p. m., at the Court House door, in Theand other necessary outbuildings; the stable if we are wrong, possibly they will give might bo thoroughly qualified for the Among the visitors were: Messrs. although 84 years of age, and hence reach tlio uiseaseu portion oi uie ear. lucmnonu, xuaaison county, tvy-- , proceeu iu contains about 90x90 feet. The price will lot Lc expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, the following iunued'ately after There is only 030 way to euro deafness reasonable for earn. us the credit for tho sincerity of our duties pertaining to the position, he Dave Fox and Roger Gatewood, of Mt. her death following described property, viz.: is by constitutional remedies. Sterling; James Menefee, Georgetown; a stroke of paralysis, shocked tho com and that is caused by an inflamed conWILLIA5I ENGLISH, Deafness General Agents, conviction. Wo are not to be diverted has made a study of State finance and Bob AVaddell nov3-l- f Itichmond, Ky. A TRACT OF LAND, and Capt. Morrow, Som munity with surprise and sorrow. The dition of the mucous lining of the Eusin all tho prerequisites necessary has enemy in the from tho real issue of the Eastern Kentucky. with the appurtenances thereon, on the waters erset; Ed Prowitt, Mt. Sterling. Mes- burial occurcd Saturdary afternoon and tachian Tube. When this tube gets endeavored to fit himself to fill tho po ofTates Creek, in Madison county, Ky., and inflamed you have a rumbling sound open, or tho enemy'in disguise. bounded as follows: Ou the south by the lands sition with honor to himself and credit srs. and Mesdamcs AV. Neale Bennett. was attended by a large coucourse of or imperfect hearing, and when it is or Wm. Bnrgis, on the cast by the lauds otJ. The issue of frco silver may bo to the State. That he has done so goes T. J. Smith. Jr , R. L. Middolton. and relatives and friends, many of whom entirely closed deafness is the result, W. Stafford, on the north by other lands ot defendant, and on the wesfby Tales Creek, and Evans, Jr., chaperoned the af- enmo from a distance. Airs, itusseii and unless the inflamation can be tawithout saying in ids homo and finnn G. A relegated to tho limbo ol business 'supposed to contain four (I) acres, more or its cial circles, and The Herald, believing fair, and the following ladies and gen- was a sister of Mrs. Susan White, late ken out and this tube restored to deless. shades, but it will not bo consigned TEKMS. Sale will be made on a credit of 6 normal condition, bearing will bs him to be better qualified for that ini tlemen were present: Miss Anne Ben- ly deceased, who was ten years her stroyed forever; nine cases out of ten months. Tho purchaser will be required to LTH tlio closing or ttie vear there bv the wishes or the assersenior. Tho latter was lett a widow givo bond, with approved security, for the pay- nett, Mr. Jas. Crtitclier; Miss May portant ofilco than any man in the are caused by catarrh, which is nothing ment of the purchase money, to havo the force comes the impulse to look tions of those who fear or who conof Shelby ville, Mr. Rebert Little; 33 years ago whilst Mrs. Russell Lad but a ineamed condition of tho muand effect of a replevin bond, bearing legal in- NEW YORK, Stato, irrespective of party, to day an backward ovor the 12 mouths tercst from tbe day of sale, with a lien re- Miss Elizabeth Taylor, Mr. Thomas been a widow almost as long. They cous surfaces. demn it. bounces its determination to stand by served upon saiu property until all the purchase past and con from the experiences We will givo One Hundred Dollars I). White were sisters of Hon. John money is pam. o. e. oluit, they havo brought whatever may ''The men to whoso keeping the for him untill the State convention. Too Pickels; Miss Florence Chenault, Mr. Congressman from this district ovor for any case of Deafness (caused by Master Commissioner M. C. C, Jinyl-2catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's profitable. How well we hav tunes of our party were committed by many men seek and secure office in Neville Moberioy: Miss May mo Hart, be also cousins Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, freo, Agents wanted in this State through sentimental sur Mr. Henry AVhite; Miss Ol'lio Baldwin, fifty years ago. They were served you, what the storo ad' Addison AVhite its last convention hcliove that its roundings. What the State needs and Mr. Allen Zaring; Miss MnrgaretChen-ault- , of lato F. J. Chesky &co., Toledo, 0. unoccupied vantages have been wo leave for STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS Sold bv Druggists. 75c. John Mr. Clay Shackelford; Miss Gib- of Alabama, and you to We auo no;v receiving :ill What we havo plan declarations menu something. They what her citizens demand is that hence Halt's Family Pills aro tho best, lm D. AVhite, of Manchester. ned for tho coming twolvo months do not estimate its principles by th forth tho qualities shall be the rule son, of Texas, Mr. Caswell Tribble; of the now things in mouldMrs Mrs. Russell's children arc OFFICE-Mai- u Street, we will call to your attention changing currents of public sentiment Looking over tho political field wo have Mise Sue Hume, Mr. James Ncale; Mies ings in ebonj'j mahog-ny- , Mary Tevis, of this city; Mrs. Thomas failed to find any man so well qualified Emily Chenault, Mr. AVill Letcher; Jrom time to time. or the shifting standards of expediency. Richmond, Ky. oak, and other woods. as Mr. Chenault, and in the hope that Misses Ella Parkes, Margaret Harrell, Hogue, of AVashington, Ga.; Sirs. I will sell publicly to the highest bidder, at black They arc building, not for a day or Picture mats-whi- te, Tevis AVilkerson, of Lexington, and my home place, near Duncannon, promptly at wo shall be" able to convince the citi Helen and Laura Bennett. Messrs. L. iv o ciocjc, a. iu., on and more than fiftyshades generation, but for all time. To them zens of this commonwealth of tho fact P. Evnns, Wallace Yates, John Turley. Missea Sudie aud Dora Russell, of this city, all of whom weie devoted to thei and colors, in velvet, felt tho dofeat in 1900 means delay, but not as well, The Herald will from timo to I havo two stay cows in my possession which "Sot Wic "K.md av. 1899 Thursday, January mother and 'rendered her long widow I will deliver to owner upon proper proof of tiTno introduce evidence of his fitness and smooth hand tints, defeat. payment of expenses. I dzsire hood as happy as dutiful and affection ownership and to give legal notice ot the above facts. and invites the close attention of its and other picture framing AMONG THEM anew up-t- o date The following: 4 head milch cows, 3 heifers, "We welcome to our ranks all who NORRI3 BR03., ato children should do. readers to tlio statements it shall be fresh in spring, 3 head horses, all work well, MANTEL ROOM in which the Stock Pens. materials for the Holiday Commission M r. R u fu s 2 No 1 work mules, 2 turning ploughs, 2 double believe with us without regard to past make. Hazel Green Herald. . janll-2largest stock and the lowest shovels, 1 cultivator, 1 No 1 wagon, In Memory oi Joseph Heathman. Trade, which we will Phelps and Miss Claudia Hartfield were Her chants.. 1 corn planter, 1 Itandall harrow, 1 hay rake, affiliations. To such tho right hand of prices will be combinod, 1 cutting box, 1 corn shelter, double trees. make up and offer at our married on Wednesday last at the resi In the courso of the vear 1S98 tho icy fellowship shall be extended. AVe also stretchers, plough gear, bridles and collars. dence of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hargis by hand of death claimed many victims usual low prices. 100 waguu gear. Cattle, invite the return of those who led Sheep. fiirTerms cash. Elder AV. It. Lloyd. aud, in reviewing as beat wo can, those A genuine Etching.; '00 seDr. C. K. Marshall, formerly the pas- - Young-McQuee- n. M. M. MILLER-- . astray in other days and abandoned us dec28-3Squiro N. B. we know personally and in whose mer lect yard Pictures, all of General tor of the Christian church hero, has ac Turpin united in marnago athij reti-den- its we were fully" versed, wo cannot If A stockonce. Best Merchendise. A bargain when wo essayed to return, but these sold at stand iu county. different subjects. Union Stock Yards, Rowling Green cepted a call to tho D. Z & T. 3. TAYLUH, in this city, on last Thursday refer to any one that we could in ou Waco, Ky. Janll-4should come in sack cloth and serv Christian church. Mr. Jas. Young and Miss Nannie Mc-- humble way give a more fitting tribute OpinionsCincinnati, O. Wo havo bought from the Mil their day of probation. Tho purple of Rev. Boatman preached a most ex of respect to their memory than wo authority and feast of tiio fatted calf cellent sermon last Sunday on the' ward Company tboir Telephone 734G. could to the subject of this sketch. In esoFao" Awardcd dopartmoiw, engaged their men are not for the prodigal sons of Democ text, "It Is good for a man to bear the conversation with him 'he told of bis jTAll information regarding livo arc nUo to make new your racy. "When works mectfor repentance yoke in liis youth." Ho said everyone Highest Honors World's Fair, struggles aud battles of life which comand National glass backing and wire slock cheerfully furnished. Consign old furniture. All through this old and young, is bearing a yoke, menced among the fathers Of our forest huyo been performed and duo atono y to hang, 8x10, 25c sept7-lyour stock direct to us. Improvement is the watch ot righteousness or unrighteous Flore either land. Also, ho was not unacquainted SHORT LINE TO mont in tho ranks have bcon made the ness, and if parents saw to it that th trait size, 10x20, SI to word with the warwhoops of the Indian. In $1.50. deserters of '9G may again aspire to yoko mentioned in the text was borne If you want pick early life he married a most estimable --IN STOCK, and choice of this select lady. After nine years of married life the seats of the prophet and the law by their children during their minority, " his helpmate was taken by tho hand of IN STYLE, line of goods call earjy. giver. Until then the faithful only they would bear tho yoke of righteous Notice Is herebr served UDon the Dublie that Best Lino to service daring their career in life. Providence. A few years later ho marPolite attention, prompt IN CONSTRUCTION, should bo rewarded witlt authority J. Lkwis Booker is no longer connected with Pinevlllo Courier. ried another of raro worth who only '.hi Hortawesterm Mutual Life Insurance Co.. and efficient service guar-tee- d. ARKANSAS, TEXAS, of Milwaukee, Wis., in any capacity. IN SERVICE. Said preceded him to tho gravo about six ' company and the undersigned will not be re- Miy,iywaM, Thk Freo Press is welcomed to our $6 a year sponsible for any ot bis transacblosc months. Ho was called in as a referee MEXICO table, and Gen. Forrester ought to have H. D.RODMAN, UHy wA Smity, iy jRsii,'$ a year General Amat, in more vexed questions than any one tho support of every citizen in LouisN.W. M. Life Ins. Co. AND CALIFORNIA. olse in the Bcope of country in.whic-- he Janl-2Louisville, Ky.rDec.27, '98. ville in his surgical oporations on tho Enuioiit. AVhite crepe on tlio door lived, .standing us security for many Pullman Tourist; Bleeping Car leave? Louisdiseased body politic of tho Reargrass of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Enright donated friends, often losing by them, but was ville every Thursday night and runs through Capital. Tiie second Issue has reached tho loss of their infant, and it calls to to San Francisco. never vindictive against any. The poor Ask your ticket ttgent for particulars or write us and it was up to tho standard set by mind tho uad fact that death has now 2M ff. MM STREET. to It II. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, , MOST.PhRFEGT MADE. IS THE GK EAT EST SUNDAY that camo iu Ills reach lie novr failed Louisville, Ky. this model writer and daring icono- claimed three dear children of this couReclining t Chair Cars Louisville to Free NEWSPAl'KK IN THE WORLD. N. B. Wo are not ueclecllng our MAINANDKBROADWAY, clast. Success to you, General, and ple. In their sorrow Mr. and Mrs. En-rig- A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret tonssist, if inJiia power, and he was Memphis and New Orleans. WJ4 Paper, Window Slmde, Pnint mill (mm Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant not a man to givojiis alms .to bqsecn oi Prke S cm4 a cev By mM, KJM a yor. Gl havo tho sympathy of u .... Lexington, - Ky. may your good sword never be drawn WM. A. KELL0NB, , ; A. H. HANSON, lmiijef), tlio fi.v.no low jiricis AO YEARS TH STANDARD. men. Ho was a man firm in liis convic- - U. P. A., Chicago, A.U.IA;,Loahvmo. friends AtMreM THE SUN, Xw Yxk. iu a loft, holy war. are tsada to eek aud erwy quo alike. cptwz; PERSONAL. 1 SMILIM, I !6i I' Are you married? - Climax Printing mmi 7I sis DON'T FORGET 4, p. t oI ewv eek o XGWEN ;:: JYlcKEE,) 'high-salarie- low-bre- ..00 - eo.. !' ..00 so. ao.. 00. .9 .09 'OS 0 ar o.. HGGNS ELL S ..on ..00 v- - Notice to Creditors! FOR SALE. 1 w life-lon- Cofflinissioner's Sale! m CF.Browef&Co, GRIGSBY U Friday, Jan, 1833, IUNCEY, ipuitable Life, ttt Picture Es-co- tt, ramin territory. tray Cow s. FOR SALE! MARRIED. oshal&Co two-hor- se Finishing RELIGIOUS. FOR SALE! w m li w Department. News and - ILL1IS CIM! Importance mm EEAM New Orleans- Public Notice! TheiSun Contains Both. DEATHS BAKING C.F.Brower&Co -- POWDER LOST 00W. ht SMI Made to Burn. U m ff ' ii r i if v r t? X3T3 TPDO m fH But SPECIAL SALES every day until after New Year. Our business lias been phenomenal and, we are very thankful to the public, and take this opportunity of wishing eaoli anil every one People buy coal to burn! Not to lie iu the grato and turn lo clinkers without emitting heat. When you build a tiro evidently yon want to be warmed. Then you want conl that bums, flames up, roasting hot. That is the kind of coal wo sell nnd that only. It is the talk of the town. Satisfaction guaranteed. Largest supply in the country. Neff & Million. Telephone 21. The Old Reliable. "ISIS The B usy Bee Cash Store 2? P I m MERRY CHRISTMAS A When you Shoes AND A HAPPY N W YEA need Boots, With characteristic enterprise the Busy Bee Cash Store opens the New year with a flourish and invites attention to their unsurpassed array of goods ready for the trade at the opening of this good year of 1890. This firm does things on n broadguago plan, adver Uses its business, and stands by every claim made in the printp. They have a motto that means everything to a customer. See their ad. and read their motto. Mr vS? ? Sn Z-- S- - 'Sx .T .x .r .T- - 'Sends Greetings to their many Friends and Patrons wishing them a happy and prosperous Uew Year for 1833. The great Mercantile Corporation, THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CO., have made special arrangements with the manufacturers with whom they do business to make special prices for them during the year 1899, and they can promise their customers manv rare bargains m all lines carried by them during the vear. anything in and Gent's Furnishings M US A GULL! AND 207 WEST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, MPANY P KY. of the next Legislature inasmuch as it does not assemble for a year. Nevertheless there is some speculation as to candidates, and already the name of Mr. W. A. Langford has been prominently mentioned in connection with the position. The gentleman is one of the best known Democrats in the county, one of its staunchest and ablest exponents, nnd if ho should accept the honor of a nomination at the hands of his party ho will not only bear its banner to victory but will discharge its mis sion with fidelity and ability. 3 is at titude as regards making the race is not known. 1 It is rather early Langtord Talked Ot. to talk of members w i iwi iuf j ? i Cll9 WlAi 1. Look out for our announcements iu the local papers and circulars. Thev will always contain something to interest you, and our "LOW CASH PRICES" will save 3:ou money. Our first offerings for the New Year will bo nice IMenched Cotton, no dressing 4c yard; Hope Jtleached Cotton, Londsdale finish, 5c yard ; Green Ticket J.ond8daIo IMenched Cotton. Go ynrd; fruit of tho loom d DIeached Cotton, Cc yard ; Mason Cotton, Gcyard; best 10-- 4 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting, 15c yard; good 10-- 4 Unbleached Sheeting, 12c yard; good yard-wid- e Jirovvn Cotton, ale yard; nice Sea Island yard-widDrown Cotton, 4c ynrd; AAA Tiion Mills Drown Cotton, yard-wide villo-DIeache- Customers are not limited as to the quantity of their purchase. AVe havo our ware rooms full of nil kinds of domestic goods and as long as these special prices are named on them customers can buy what thev want. AVe will offer good calicoes at 8Jc; Ameiicnu indigo blue calico, 4c; new red calicoes, best 'brands, 4e; American shirtings, new styles, 31c; Simpson's black and :igar. The best smoker, the Proctor Kn ott 41c yard. mourning prints, 4e. The Richmond Climax. WLUN'KSDAY. -- Proctor Knott Cigar. Suporvbors in Session. JAN. 11 1899. Here's Your Chance. Some Extraordinary Offers liy Tlie Climax. Tho County Boon! of Supervisors are in session; tlie board is composed of Messrs. K. B Deateernge, H. O Broad dus.T. J.Cmtis, G. W. Hallow, San-for- d Oldham. S. L.Hugueley and Wm. Denton. Big Steamboats in Madiscn. Neff a Million, WE AIM To have our Clothing that am be made t We are Showing t1 Some Beautiful Percalles at 5 Cents, Sole agents for tlie Celebrated Fine Knot Coal. None genuine but ours. We also liandle Baled Hay, Corn, etc. Give us a call. Office near R. N. I. & B. depot. le I I i That is why you get here more value ioi yonr money than elsewhere. The Climax wants livo hunred new suliscribers by tho first of theuew year. In order to ranch this end, somo extraordinary inducements will be made. I'util further notice tho following will he ottered to subscribers. It is said that tho government engi neers havo reached Valley View and that a look and dam will probably be placed there. If this be true it will bring slack water navigation to the borders of this count v. Cemetery Telephone 21. GENERAL MILES. Birthday ol Gen. Robert E. Lee. Our Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats are Kmbroideites, Jaconet Embroideries, Swiss Embroideries, match sets of all kinds, hand and machine made Laces of all kinds. Our buyers have mado a specialty of this line and nothing has been left undone to make this the most important factors iu our immense lrusiuefs. depart-tneutone-of Wo have just placed on sale tho largest lino of Ilamburgs, Laces, and Embroidery, ever shown in the city. This line contains all the new things in Nansook Ladies, Our line of Embroideries will certainly you for an hour or two, Call and see them. Our great line of Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums, Oilcloths. Hugs, Lice Curtrins and Oil Shades was never more complete. We have no carried over goods in these lines. They are all fresh and new, new styles, new patterns, new prices. We are naming prices on these lines that is a death blow to all competition. Call and inspect this line before you purchase. We have just received a new lot of American Lady and Featherbone Corset. These aro the most comfortable fitting corsets shown to the trade. Try one. We have eomo special good things in Ladies Jackets and Capes left thnt we aro closing out at jii6tone half the original price. If Interested call anil see them. The Climax and The Weekly Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. ReadytoWear Report. Pursuant to legal requirement the Take any of our SUITS and OYEKGOATS at $12.50 At tho court house, January The Climax and the Home Richmond Cemetery Co., secretary, Mr. 30 tho birthday ol Ueuoral Leo19, at and have the set and style of Merchant Taiwill It. It. Burnam, issues its annual re and Farm, $1.30 be appropriately celebrated by the lor's work. port, elsewhero in the Climax. There The Climax and either the ippears to be a balance of $170 55 above Richmond Chapter No. 35, Daughters of the Confederacy. Addresses, music, Our SUITS and OVERCOATS at SS.00 received the N The Cosmopolitan, Munsey's all expenses of the year. char.ules and refreshments will constisame care and thought iu tailoring as the higher A Good Cure for La Grippe. or McClure's Magazise, $2.00. tute the program for the evening. An I'lio associate editor begs to inform a admission of 25 cents will be charged, The Climax and the Louisgrades. Evexy thread of warp and woof is of pure grippe afflicted community that ho lias the receipts to be devoted to charity. ville daily evening post, $3. wool. discovered a good cure for Whoso Hog is This? The Richmond Climax and Use lslectropoifc ami wear athe grippe. newspaper Jailer Lackoy is tired of boarding a Courier-Journa- l, Twice-a-wee- k over the chest when out of doors. certain. old sow that persists in "put both for one year $1.00 ting up" at his nurserv, and Mr. Eloped to Jcllfco. The Climax and Weekly Mr. Tom Casey and Miss Lizzie Lackey threatens to publicly execute Cincinnati Enquire, $1.50 Woulums, of Ford, oloped and were the old critter if her owner doos not mriried at Jellieo. Tho groom ispn in soon take her away. Shos a Polnnd- The Climax and OhioFarm, dustrious young man and the bride a Olnna sow, about eightoon months old, 1.1U). popular young lady. Thoy will reside weighs about 200, and is black with some white In the absence of The Climax can also fur- at Valley View. an owner by Tuesday next, the Climax nish any paper published in Kirksville Ey Telephone. proposes to go half hog with the jailer the United States or Europe Telephonic communication has been to pay for board and expense of adver" cstablii-hcat reduced rates. with Kirksville, tlie oillce tising. there being located iu tho drug store of The Electric Light Now Seems a Certainty. Dr. Ilobson, Dentist. Dr.. Middlcton & Fry. Tho lino was 215 WHITE FRONT. After considerable delay Supt. erected through the enterprise of Mr. Adair has puichased a site for the The citv is full of it mud. E. T. Fish, of Berea. electric light factory aud within 00 days Wheat is in gJbd shape, they say. by the watch promised to turn on the Was a Partner cl Gcnsral Clay. Heaviest sleet in oars last Friday. incandescent lights in this city. The David Kiuninid, once a partner of WW.V A Tlie woiithur since Sunday has boon Goneral C. M. Clay, died at Wallaccton plant will be located on a lot,purchased from Judge John C. Chenault, on beast 'v. ::: last week, aged 80 years. Deceased Laurel street near Boss & Taylor's toWatch for Douglas & Simmons' ad. oico owned a part of tho present site of bacco factei y one square from the H. N. "orea, and was very wealthy in other I & B. depot. nest week. ::: C5 looks like Richmond flSSs days. Burial at Siiver Creek last Satur will have someItof the luxuries of life Turnpikes cost Madison county day. of ISTO-h$(i ,o:K) in 5 yoars. before the close of the nineteenth century. Bank Dividends. Douglas & Simmons will carry a Private Corporations AHcctcd. The Madison National Rank nsuallv full line hardware. declares its dividends iu Anril. the Judge Bailey, of Lincoln, decided Sheriff Colyor is on foot again, havothers in January. Accordingly the that tlie Crab Orchard Keeloy Compaing sprained an ankle recently. Farmers and Richmond National have ny was liable fur back franchise taxes Madison Circuit Court convenes declared' semiannual dividends of 3 on tho sum of $30 000 for five years next Mond iy with a light docket. per cent, whilst the Stato Bank and and on ?35,000 for one year, making cent. something like $1,352 that will bo col Douglas fc Simmons will he open to Trust company doelared a 7 lected in the State and county taxes few dividond. their friends and customers in a' when tho case is dually disposed of. It days. A Lawyer Is the Professor. will be taken to the Court ol Appeals. Kveryone should callatJlr. Geo. Prof. J. II. Chandler, who lately re This decision is important inasmuch as M. Willging's nnd get a '90 calendar. signed the Principalship of tho Propnr it places the Kcoley Company and The wonderfully winning premier fashions Free to all. atory Department of C. IT., has opened similar private corporations on the of the season. law oflico in the Collins Building. and .siiino plane rs railroad", telegraph Will Simmons 1ms cone to Lexing- a ton io enter W. It. Smith's Commer- will bo glad to prosecute or defend Conipani h. en. Dinvillu Advocate criminals of high or low degree, guarcial College All Shca'd Hear !i:ni. Men's Winter Weight Sack Suits and Irish anteeing satisfaction.! II. M. Morgan bought 21 10-Heavy weight lejiures are nut as Freiss Ulsters. c jws and SO 1C0 lb hogs from J. M. Handsomest Desk in Town. "drawing"' hcicas tney be.heiice Haden, at vents. Mr. J. Tevis Cobb lias placed in his the managers of the lecture courte The irrinns is with u so wear your ollieoa tremendous desk that is tlie en havo ix lighter and therefore more inMen's Superb Fancy Cassimere Suits, wraps, and umbrella An ounce of vy of all who see it. It Is 52 inches teresting attraction for the next numprevention may save a funoral. Men's Exclusive Model Ulsters, broad hv Cl inn'irs long,. fl.it top. vs ber on the card. Chas F. Underbill, Tho stuck of merchandise of I). Z smooth ns a piano aud madd entirely of "Impersonator," will act or interpret d antique oak. It is one of who'e play, cuoh as The Delightful is &T. 15. Taylor, at Waco, is olferod at a Van Winkle." Shakespeare's several handsome pieces of furniture in Play bargain, if sold at once. So.) ad. Lien's Suits of Rich Native and Foreign Goods, .Mr. Cobb's delightful suite of othees, "The Merchant of Venice," 'A Midsummer-Night's" Rev. V. 15. Mois, of Dream " ' Merry Wives of Men's Superb Fashion and Finish Ulsters and Nolica. preached his firtt ( r.nou at tlie Chr's- Windsor." Sheridan'd Great Comedy -' Covert Overcoat. The Kclisj Studio over Mndiscn "The Rivals." Four Full Evenings tian Church at Kirkaviile on Sunday. Hank, From Dickens "David CopperCeld." J. W. and L. A. Ballard, of Whites National Feb. will discontinue busi "A Christmas Carol," "Dr. .Marigold's 10. Parties desiring ness after Station, sold 150 acres of thoir farm to and Selections from from this firm should fc Prescription Men's Suits and Covert Overcoats and Harry Morgan and brother at S15 per photographs euro .sittings at once. Prices will re- "Pickwick.""A And an entirely now Monologue Bachelor's Party" Ulsters, acre. main low and work No At court house. Jan. 18. The Kinuair I farm, near Pninj such work will be turned out at my Is This Right? was not Fold prices nfter I close my business. LIek, advertised for Chancellor Ithmtou lias purchased a The price oflerotl not beiu,? great jaull4w. J. H Kixo. printing outfit and will add a journalMEN'S $5.00, ( Young Men's enough. istic department to Central Univoisity. SG.00, $7.00, $9.00, $10.00, ) $4.00, $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, Will Remain. The Daughters of tho Confederacy Tho outfit is large enough to print the $12.00. $9.00, $10.00, $12.00. Central News. Journalism and printwill hold their regular meeting Friday Messis. Jack Krecinan &'o. will re- ing will be taught students who desire muriiinj: at 10 o'clock, at tho rosidonce main at their old stand on First street, to pursue lliohe lines. Sir. J. J. DoughCHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS SDITS oi Mrs. J. M. Poyntz. having; decided not to remove to upper ty, of Texas, will havo charge ot ihe $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, 53.00. Douglas & 'Simmons aslr us to an Main for 181)9. Tho Messrs. Freeman now department. I'antagraph. We suppose our neighbor published nounce tiiat two car-loaof hardware and Mr. Chas. Ilowlan J arc unsurpassed to stock thoir new store will arrive this as polite and obliging salesmon, and as tho above on good authority. It has MEN'S PANTS, week, and they will probably bo ready their specialty,, is footwear for ladies, the ring of truth, for we had heard the $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00. to wait on the publiu on or before gents and children they areable to Kive same thing rumored wctks ago, but re fused to hclivo that it was founded on all their timo to their customers. . Saturday. fact. We protect against it for two cr MEN'S HATS, Corn Is selling at SI per barrel iu The First Negro Jury. more reasons. The University can $1.00, $1.25, S1.50, $1.75, $2.00. this vicinity. Stone. Garrarn county Tho first Negro Jury over summoned hardly a lib id to antagonize any of its letter in Lmcnster Record. to try a case in Hath county was that friends iu these days of competition MEN'S SHOES, And yet the good people of Stono who which did duty in Magis-tratCharles among colleges. Secondly, the claim $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50; . voted for McKiiiley did so expecting Wilson's com t in Bethel district. Hath that 'journalism" is to bo taught, is "prosperity." comity last Wednesday. Mr. Wilson only a guise wherennder the newspaMEN'S OVERCOATS, Douglas & Simmons Cash Store had tried several cases, all of which lie pers of the city, which havo ever been $5.00,-$6.00- , $7.50, $8.00, $9.00, $12.00. will be headquarters for Hardware, thought to be so plain that tfio average made liberal toward the college, will MEN'S UNDERWEAR, stoves, Tinware, Cutlery, Guns. Aminu juror ought to have no difficulty in ar bo deprived of the patronage of the inniiion, Blacksmith Supplies and every riving at a verdict, but iu all of which stitution. It is not a friendly move, 50c,' 75c, $1.00, $1.25. thing in the Farming Iniplemont line, juries of white meu had failed to agree. nor is it of uflicient merit to warrant will bo BOY? UNDERWEAR, 50c. We buy for cash aud will save you Whereupon he dismissed the white ju- tho claim that rors aud had summoned n jury composed taught. The latter is all farce money. .V of colored men of the vicinage and proto the ' announcement Irvine Properly For Sate. ceeded to again try the cases which had years ago t h a t instruction in cottage with all nee, cau&cd so much aggravation in the way Teh Nice four-rooi:pl " ji n d "Commercial cssary out buildings, for sale in Irvine. of J 'huiig" juries. The coloied jurors Science'' would he given. All a meio For particulars call at this oillce. were very proud of the unexpected catch for boys with ambitions along He Will Go Up. honor shown them, and bore themselves those lines, which, if purchased here at Bill Bradloy, colored, is Hkely to live with conspicnyns dignity, and in each all resulted in no known success. full well that one who gave ju Frankfort the rest of ids life. He is cate returned a verdict, and from what has uecn learned tlie verdicts aro satis a hundred columns free per year to the said to be guilty of horse stealing and Institution without a cent in return al-of robbing a negro woman of factory to nil parties concerned. will ho outlawed for venturing a criticliethel Is an aristocratic neighborsome dishes and silverware. hood and nearly every citizen in it was ism of this last movement, but ihe citi $5 Each For Quail. a fcluve owner before tho war. Magis zens of Madison county who fully np- A Xicholasville hunter, who didn't trate Wilson In a lifelong Democrat, and preciato tho University, should under know tho quail law had expired, huh he and his ancestors owned Negro stand the motive which inspired this hrought thirty partridj;1 to town. He slaves. Coinmentupoii (he Magistrate's small piece of economy(V) The Sfeer, Tk Matter. Tk CtetfKf, Tfce mayf-l- y was caught and fined $15!), ?5 for each conduct.,! nuivcrsat, ami is Loth favor-b!- u C. E. Woods, bird he had iu his ptwiOision. and unfavorable. C U. 'SI 80. We wish to call your attention to the fact that all prices nam eil on Bleached Cottons nnd all domestic are subject lo change without notice, tn take advantage of this opportunity, lluy your spring cottons while you ram extremely low prices on them. gt the' We are showing pome special good things in Table I.inenu and quoting special prices on them for a short time. If interested ask to see this line when vo.i ennm in. We m Agent for the iopsy" Brand ol Hosiery. Ask lo see them when you come in, There is no other stand that can clothes you as stylishly and as servicuably as we can and at so little price, Same old stand, but much larger. All winter goods hiive felt the keen edge of our cold steel and prices have been made on winter Boots and Shnps. ' wintfir'nvfrnnf. tin A P.lnf.L;,wr m.mWu ItllUi UUUI1UI IS. X llll- tth.... ' 7 . V "uu viuuuiul;, , miau la uuuuu lu luuve uiiti entire tot. Get our prices on all lines of winter goods nio, v;uv.-.- nt, before purchasing. Have Just Unloaded Covington Mitchell. The latest things in Wash Goods of all kinds will be shown by us itr season. You to go the larger cities to buy what you want. We will show durin- the year 1S99 a stock not surpassed nor equaled in any of the larger cities. Give us a call Satisfy yourselves before going elsewhere. And again wishing you a prosperous New Year and thanking for past patronage, we are very respectfully, don vsva - t have &....................................... Everybody Knows rESx W. ILDSiAM COMPANY i rea rmrf m (ft Si : m? 1 iiia k itmsa iS A v RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN. s .p Tho Court of Appeals decided that tho habitual criminal law is constitutional. fered agony for thirty years, and then cured his Piles hy using I)e Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It heals injuries and skin diseases like magic. Uoug-la- s &. Wells. Tlie condition of Congressman Ding-le- y lias taken an alarming change for the worse. Hevrr go Away vv V, " Lecturer in Our Midst. pr WOUR $5 00 $7 50 :: high-finishe- $12 00 Suits first-clas- s. SUITS ( :: similar :- m Everything in our store is fresh and new, no old goods and everything at them for. - Ilryan's old regiment, tho Third Nesbot and Killed his braska reached Havana. wife and then com mi ted suicide. Co. These are dangerous times for tho Preliminary steps have been taken lo A business man is not the most pa- - health. Croup, colds and throat trouueni creauire in tno worm. lie cannot bles lead rnpidlv to Consumption. A form a enamel and tinware trufet. wait to hear any long draw-ostory bottlo of One Minute Cough Cure used Your Turn Next. of the cause of his ailment. He doesn't at the right time will preserve life, care two strawsabout aline spun theory health and a large amount of money. Everybody iias a cold sometime-yoof now he should treat himself. He Pleasant to take: childten like it. Dougturn will rnmo. Keep a buitle f may be predisposed to hcrofula, or con las & Wells. l)r Beh's at haii.l-.iu- d -sumption, mat." lie will tell you bo prepared for an developed that a body of armed famous remedy will emergency. Thi-It "lias nothing to do with the case." He cure a cold befoul wants to be well. If he cannot be Cubans participated in the ceremony ut ii new lainy starieu or niter it lias fetcured, write out a prescription aud Havana in spite of prohibitive orders. tled but tho foiier yn laku it lh send in your bill. So, here's the first sooner you get well. r. 5e at ypur part of the proposition. TEA cures u P2fAMNUBIAN Dr. Pierce's Golden Discovery is a and IndiA separate coach bill was iiitioduced mirciobe hunter and killer. Manvner- - gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. in the North Carolina Legislature. sons of scrofulous blood, encourage the Sold by Pem- - & Thomas, successors to W. breaking out of unsightly sores, to Q. White. When you ran not sleep for coughing the disease going to the lungs. There is no need of this state of diead Tho steamer Catania has reached port take Chamberlain's Cough Henir.iy. It and discomfort. Purify the blood. It with her smokestack gone, boats car alwan gives prompt relief. It i iint can be done. "Golden Medical Dis- ried away nnd decks swept by waves. excellent for colds, too, as it aids expectoration, relieves the lungs and covery' will euro OS per cent, of all any tendency toward pneumonia. all Douglas & Simmons will sell for cash. consumptive cases, also of and other For, sale by Perry & Thoumrt, tl.nH-Sllingering bronchial, throat Tetter, lung and Uczcma. you money diseases. Give tin ni a call it will save jini4 li.i' 1 Tho intense itching and smarting to thoso diseases is instantly allayed Theodore Boosovelt was forninlly Harvey A Crow Shooting Touraamenl. A great fctriko iu the Pennsylvania by applying Chamberlain's Eye and hh (iovernorof New Yoik. 'jituminous coal region is expected Skin Ointment. Many very bad jascs Chenault Second. havo been permanently cured by it. It Mr Elisha llerry, of this plai-e- , kiv Tho Third Annual Tournament of April I. i3 equally efficient for itching pilca and lie never hud anything do him mj huh u the Hill Top Unn Club, held Wednes .t fnvonta remedy for sore nippies; good mitt give him For Children Who Taka CoIJ day and yesterday at Alfred Clay's.mii'- cliapped hands, chilblains, frost bites from rheumatism ns such quick rrhei Chamberlain easily way betneon Paris and Winchester, edy and aro enbiect to crnnp, no rem- and chronic soro oyco. 25 cts. per boz. Pain Halm. He was bothered great Iv is so helnful as Dr. Bell's was attended by a large crowd of wing uith shooting pains from hip tukueo It will relieve the croup Dr. Cnily'rt Condition aro shots from llourbon and from neighbor at once ami cure a cold in one night. iust what a horso nwWl.i Ponrdcrs, Viiirl until he used this liniment, which afwlion tn fords prompt relief U. ing cities. The target events Wednes It should be in overy house ready for condition. Tonic, blood pnritier and druggist, St. Paris, Ohio. b ForHakku, by an emergency. You can buy a bottle vennnnge. Tncy day were postponed on account of high for 25o s at any 6tore. It medicine and thn heat,aro not food hut Perry & Thomas, druggist. j.inMm in wind. In the first, jivo crows, John Price 25 Gov. Iedy, of Kansas, charged with One hundred mineis narrowly es- horso in prime- condition. Williams, Kidney Clay aud T. H. Clay, :cniaper pacKaga floliciiing bribes, deinnnded a legisladivided fi.st money on clean scores caped death in a burning mine at Cnr- Jr., Tho daughter of John tive investigation. linville, III. Second event, 10 crows, J. Q. Ward ter at Palding, () ut of Itev. Thomas S. Hubert, the Methodist cliurch,lhis city, continues to win plaudits upon his everv sermon oraddtefs. We havo heard the commeiiis upon his regular sermons for 60inJ time and promised ourselves the pleasure of attending one of his services, parti.dly, we confess ex pecting to he disappointed, as is usually the case, where partisan praisa is so extravagantly uttered. But Mr. Hubert's address at the- - Temperance Rally at the court house was our first opporof pultunity to hear the much-talke- d pit orator and wo cannot summon the languagj properly to describe the high ciiaracter of his address. It was a classic, say thoso capablo of judging. To others it seemed a well of tindefiled English, and they sat amazed at the mastery of speech displayed hy Mr Hubert. We learn with pleasure that lie is to make a public appearance here, at the court house, Jan. 13, 7:30 p. in., td lecture on the subject "A Homo of tho Standard of the Song, Home, Sweet Hume.' The proceeds of the lecluie is for the benefit of tlie Y. M. C. A. of Central University. Admission 25 cents. Hero is one testimonial of many: "I do not beliei'O that a better. lecture than Mr. Hubert's was overdelivered or ever will be.I cannot tell which did the most of, crying or laughing, but I was willing to do whatever he wanted and felt the better for. every emotional result he secured." houso-to-housc I'aul Perry, of Cohunbue, Ga., suf- R EM EM BER You can buy more GROCERIES for less money on Earth. Give as a call. at Tnuit man's than anywhere Cor. Main and Cheapside. For Lungs Soreness, Tiiurman Grocery Co., In Uhlcn Times RICHMOND, KY. People overlooked tho Importance of permanently beneficial effects and were satisfied ith transient :ictiimn: now that it. is generally knouu fcyrup ot tigs will periii.niHiuly wijf-infonnt- -d bottle of Dr.IIell'a Change of climate, change of apartments, or exosuic may bring on a cold which nothing but lids lauious remedy wilt cure. Druggists y. Srom homo without a sen it. it coughp, throat disorders, nnd all bronchial troubles Dr. I '.ell's Pi n is an elllcncioiis remedy. The first dose gives relit f. It will cure a hacking grip cough or a cold in one night. All druggists sell it at t!oc on a guarantee. It deep-seated ' Charles A. Urewer, former postmas overcome habitual people will not buy other laxatives, which act for a time, but finally injure tho system. Buy the gen-nintnado by the California Fig Syrup but tnat e, ur i mi tlrug-gis- prevent pre-ven- ts Salt-Uhcu- m st 1 inci-'le- ni y. first-elas- - eight-year-ol- d the lowest price that cash can buy o H. J. STRENG, FKer, and H' IJ. Clay got first money on nine crows each. The third event, 15 c own won by T. II. Clay, with 13 crow. The match for tho Crow championship began at noon, with eleven entries at twenty five bird. George Williams Clay and Thomas Henry Clay, Jr .tied, with a clean score. In the shoot oil at ten birds, the former won. MHing niuo, tho latter killing eight. Tho trophy offered bv thf Club for this event wns a haudsomo c n,i Hurvey ( henault, of Uicliniond' fi.tinhed occond only missing one bird- Thesuecea of the tournament is due to the elmrts and of G. W. Clay, T II. Clay, Jr., and Alfred Clav. - Butler,, of Christian county, wns li.i Grippe is ngnin epidemic. Every burned to death. precaution should betaken In avoid it. Itsspecifie cure is Ono Minute ough CUBAN OIL cures Cure. A. J. Shepord, publisher Agr- iPtettfOrS; Cu, Hums, Bruises, Rhea, icultural Journal :md Advertiser.EIdcii, M'., iays: "No ono will he disappoint- aatism and fcorcs. Price, 25 cents. ed in UMtig One Minnie Cough Cure for a. White. La Gripiif.," Pleasant to take, quiet I o T.l t..C.,r to act. Douglas & Wells. Chief Justno Lewis retired froi Court of Appeals bench. Hon. Hobsou wan sworn iu. QI-wrfA.l- the J. i' enre? CUr-Ai- l IT A ami Ltiszscr Holfl ny Perry & Thomas Successors to V. O. . White. a JJeJth Col Hoot, Adjutant- - General 'Pne New Yeai's- - reception" at the on 's ill'Ht Yfnir, ; -h Will' ti I luuso was a brilliant jdfair. Havana. fr vfe'iii.in-agemo- nt Gcn.-ULee- :.crifr and Toos:wcbe ttmrst. mart,' tuaipuiuu. l'rLr, 25 (euts. in ftvoin.nunn. nCLIEF . When Ycu Have a Hail Culil You Vlllt thn n,oH!ni.. can be rained, and that id Cnatnb.-i--' nun 3 Vsuugn liemeuv. , You Mailt a remedy that will i.otu. lv give quick relief bntcfl'cct a ptii iiiaiici't cure. ,( Yon wnut n rcmc'Tly that will relit-vthe lungs amrkeep expectorti" n iisv.. ' You want a remedy that m ill omu'i-tenany tendency tpwnrdpiii'nimniia bv using De Witt's Little, Early Itisers. .. ....... i:in.. in. ii... imiiuun Willi; . llllit IU( COIIKlipHllOIl Yon Want a remedy that in plwinint. m- - r and rafe to lake. an liver troubles. Doiig'as & Well . ChnmberlHin's Congh Itemed v in thn A wind and ndn Morni did mnpli only jnei icine In use thnt me. u mi .if dpuftge'in Mobile. Ala., and in MIfsis there itquirt-melits- , Hit, nit mv !h fam.iiH f.r itH rtiics fif lwd ..ldH Klpl'l.' ihroiighi.ut ihe Uniietl "Sun. mul m many foiefgn countries. It has mnrv TVfKre.a GjM t One l)y rivals, but, f.r the JpeHv.'Hiu! prriiwoi-en- t Ttlkn Tjalsiil!4(;Knvuu lntiila 'P..1.I...,. : ' cure of bad cnhhCVtw-ul...f.ici an.ticiB. ulili. ii' a AI! lit(ftitn TcfiiHd jimiii-- if it filipwr and ftRfiileiidfd quuHtleHiff..tu. -TIM mwiif, low h. H. () . ,rsi whers nlHirei! nnd pm7si41 Fifu'irt lnt ' o u-t 1 r' . - h fWr A Tin-Mum- , nntj.-Kin- . jun4-l- uj HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, W. VaM Recommends Wrights Celery Gapsules. PAnKEKSDURQ, WHAT I HEARD AT LANCASTER. County Court Days. January V. Va., 26, 1995. Tun Wkioiit Men. Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen : I have been using Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1S94, ami find them to be as recommended. I first beiran taking them while at HotSprinRs, Ark, under treat- THE EXCEIENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS ment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which I is due not only to the originality and had been a long sufferer. I fouud the simplicity of the combination, but also-tCelery Capsules pave me great relief the care and skill with which it is. from the beiiinninir and have used thenr manufactured by scientific processes, ever since. With pleasure, and uuso-- ' known to the Cai.ifoii.nia Fio Sritur-Colirited, I recommend them to any and only, and we wish to impress upon all Riifferinj: with like afflictions or either all the importance of purchasing the of them. Very truly yours. true and original remedy. As the Charles T. Caldwell. genuf ne Syrup of Figs is manufactured, Sold by T. S Hagan, Dmceist Trice by the Camfoknia Fio Syrup Co. 50c ents and $1 .00 per box. Call at drugonly, a knowledge of that fact- will 6- store and pet free sample. assist one in avoiding the worthless, imitations manufactured by other parAl) druggists sell Dr. Miles' Norvo rlastora. ties. The high standing- of the California Fio Sntup Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has. AL.L WOMEN given to millions of families, makes, Should know that the the name of the Company a guaranty "OU Time" rteinedy, of the excellence of its remedy. It is. far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor UL'uscatc. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAX Fit A.N CISCO. CaL new tour. n. y-Louisville. Kj. . - I observed several men busily engaged in conversation, iippar-entl- y trying to 6eo who could tell the biggest lie, and thinking it an oportun-it- y FOR TUB DELICATE GIRL to lenrn a few that were fresh as I 6 heard one of tiiem start oil" on someiron ana iou nave thing about his export gunnory in the 4 other tonics. iriea she keeps But west, of course, I moved my chair a pale and thin. Her sallow little nearer the crowd then listened atcomplexion worries you. Per- tentively to hear his story. "Why, flflrtc file n IStfT. gentlemen,"! said the gifted liar, "I cough also. Her head aches; have actually taken my Winchester rifle and killed two swallows at one shot flying as they would cross each other In the air. I claim the champion ship of the world with a guu," lie continued, "and as belter proof of this, I'il o The oil will feed her wasting tell you a little something' that took tody; the glycerine will soothe plnce only a few weeks ago. Up 011 9 her cough, and the hypophos- Pantheburn creek, near- - where I lived phites will give new power and are lots of rattlesnakes. .There are also g vigor to her nerves and brain. a bountiful supply of deerin the woods. 5 i Never say you u cannot Ono night I was hunting with a fire ft take cod-livoil n until you lamp. In some thick brush my light 5 have tried Scott's Emulsion. was extinguished. At the same mo- b You will be obliged to change ment I heard the rasping rattle of a your opinion at once. Children snake. 1 did 1101 dare move. I stood especially become very, fond still until I caught the sound again and cf it; and infants do'not know located the ropti'e. Then with one when it is added to their food. barrel of my gun I fired, and beforo Soc. and $t.oo; all druggists. the Hash of the powder had vanished 1 SCOTT & DOWNE, Chemists, New York. had got a bead on the rattler's head and bad killed him with the second AVhilo sitting few nights ago, in a Lancaster hotel a l What Shall, l I Be Done I f f f 0 o i Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. Danville, Boylo county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. ILLIKOIS CENTRAL SHORT LINE TO ! PLEASE New Orleans-- Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. f seoti's Emulsion I f 9 ? $ Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Pullman Tourist Slecplnc Car leaves LouisVersailles, woodford count', fourth ville every Thursday night and runs through to San Francisco. Ask your ticket acent far particulars or write Mcndav. to R. II. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, SOUTHERN FARM MAGAZINE. Memphis and New Orleans. .. 11. HANSON, WAl. A. KELL0ND, aO. P. A-- , Chicago. A. O. P. A., Lonisvi'le. Louisville, Ky. Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to f er load." the lxt for reaite Trebles. Corrects nil R'r'f iterttlesln KemaleOreans. Should bo . M L'le o n i oeioro f or ' iu liavo stood the Tlx" 1! uuia-uini-.- t t ,u: ' v X Pp'" Medicine Co., Chat- - Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to decS-ly- r O. White. V. WfieeSer & Wilson Sewmg Machine. Tho crowd attempted to smile. Thp hotel clerk, who had caught 011 the story, left the office, the clock struck thirteen, and some one shouted out that story was a lie. But the western gentleman sat unJan5-l- y moved and undisturbed. Little things like that didn't bother him, for he wore the air of a man whose superior Frankfort & Cincinnati Railway. as a story teller could not be found in all the southland from where the l'oto-maIn Effect December 5, 1898 1 washes the hillsides of northen DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. Virginia to tho shining sands of tho p.m. p.m Mexic sea. p.m. a.ra A man who hud killed 7 20 2 00 6 20 Lve. Itichmond . .. Ar. 1 TO 6 16 more snakes than fc'L Patrick, had slain .V. 7 09 Winchester " 11 42 2 Maysville fi 45 1 25 " 8 40 8 30 more panthers, bear and deer than .' 40 5 10 9 30 Paris " 4 23 G 17 10 23 Georgetown ." 7 SO 3 40 Daniel Loon ever saw, could 6ee ns far Frankfort Lve. 7 00 7 10 11 20 Ar. as an eagle, could shoot as straight us a Ask (or tickets via Paris. transit needle, could hear with the distinctness of an audiphone, could speak with the softness of a lover's song, and then on the other haud could swear with moro telling effect than Abe RANGES Slupsky ever dared. "What did you follow in the west, Mr. James?" presently one of the crowd was heard to ask, who doubtless was growing anxious for better acquaintance with the gentleman. "Why," said James, "I was an ex pert surveyor." "Will you tell us somethingyouhavc done in that line that entitles you to the name of 'exert?' " ct -- I3I- ECOPMIST with Dick Walker reginiont at Citro-nell- e. On the way homo wo became separated somehow, and I lost him. I uever grieved so in all my life. When I got home, the first thing my children asked about was Bill, nud then when I told 'em you onghter seen 'am cry. Ten years went along and I had moved to Clarksville. Miss., some distanco from my former home. One day a negro woman, who had been sent to the spring to do the day's washing came rlmning totho house, and by tho time she had finished telling me that she had been struck by a rattler, she lay dead at my feet. L picked up my gun and started for the wash ots. I saw a snake coiled up near tho wood pile and drew head to firo when all of a sudden I iccognizod Bill and about the same time Bill commenced to rattle off 'Dixie.' As soon as lie did this about four hundred other rattlers joined him and I never heard 'Dixie' played so beautifully in all my days. Them other fellows was all Billjs progeny ,aud made them travel along with him in his effort to find mo. And Bill and all his kin are now on my plantation just as happy as a bride, and I'd fight for 'em just as quick as they'd fight for me." Or.n Dke See. Ho Fooled The StirRf1!)!!?. ISliifii Rotary Motion and 2 "Certainly," replied Mr. James. "Some years ago I was employed to survey a tract of land embracing many thousands of acres. This was in Texas. me ume consumcu was jw wcoks so accurate was my work and so positive were my figuies on the land corner which I was hunting for, and which was to bo know by a grindstone that had been buried some years before, that when I put my Jacob staff down, it went through the Another short pause prevailed, then the professional liar began again. "Gentlemen, speaking of my marks manship in killing tlmt rattlesnake, reminds me ot a little snake story in which I was connected that may be Interesting, through rather surprising to you, for it demonstrates the charac ter of a Fnake in quito a different man ner to the vicious, and treacherous rep tile all snakes are supposed to be." 'Some years ago." ho began, "im mediately after the stars fell in Vir ginia, I found a little rattler that had almost been frozen by the frost. took him home, put him beforo tho firo and let him thaw. In time became to himself and as he looked about the room I could tell from the yery expres sion on his face that he was grateful And you're mighty right ho was. Well, I fed him with milk from day to day till he got strong. Then I caught him rats and rabbits. He grew to the big gest snako I ever saw. Ho was the pot of the children, and I think my wife regarded him as affectionately ns she did any other member of the family. Time went on, and the war broke out The day I started I hunted for Hill. 'Bill' was tho name hp went by, hut he wasn't to be found. I vent off down the rond,nnd tho first thing I knew Bill was coiled about my legs. I just couldn't shake him off. Ho seemed to know where I was going and my purpose, ell, to make a long story short. I bundled hiin up in my knapsack and took him along. It wasn't long after I joined the army that fighting com menced. Now, you may not believe it, but Bill made the best soldier in the whole Confederacy. He'd slip through tho lines during tho engagement and bite tho Yankees right and left. You see, he could do this, for soldiers never look at the ground during a light. Thoy ain't got time. Why, sir, at Malvern Hill I counted 45 blue-coat- s that wero as dead as tnackeral, with no more signs of bullet marks than there aro on my big toe. Bill had dono the wotk. And niggers! My, my, how he did like to get at 'em. Ho jes' seemed to know that they wore the cause of the whole shooting match. "So Bill served in tho army for four years and was honorably discharged eye-hole- ." Ball B eatings All doctors told Konick llamilton, ol West Jefferson, O., after suffering 18 months from Ilectal Fistula, he would die unless a costly operation was per formed; but he cured himself with five boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, tho surest File cure on Earth, and the best Salve in the World. 25 cents a box. Sold by Perry & Thomas, Druggist. 4 Roofing, Guttering and General "I sec the Tribune has been scoring What ever may be the views of the Tribune on this question, I do not hesitate to state that this expansion business will ruin the American' people, and that the oxtravagance of the Administration will ruin the Itepublican parly. Just think of it! The debt of the country lias been increased within the last few months $200,000,000. I had hoped to live to see tho entire Civil War debt ot $000,000,000 wiped out. I haveno hope of that now." John Sliormau, ex- Secretary of State under McKinley. Pantagraph, ' what does that mean?" mo for my views on expansion. Job Work. CLHfEiCO. For sale by Dewey Music Co mond, Ky. , Rich SDR. CALDWELL'S CONSTIPATION.il PEPSlW B ARE YOU A DEMOCRAT? An old adage reads: "There Is a place for everything," and for everything to be in 1U place, the LOUISVILLE DISl'ATnil should find a j:!ace in the home of every DEMOCRAT in the SUNNY SOUTH. The Dispatch is the people's paper, owned by people, and is always ready to fight the for the cause of tha people. IT STANDS SQUAHELY ON THE CHICAGO PLATFORM, without the aid or consent of the Cold Dug Monopolies, and a fair comparison of its news service (now being furnished over leased wires by the New York Sun, the Chicago Inter Ocean and the Northern Press Association) with that of ny other paper, will fully verify its Mouo. "If you sec it In the Dispatch it's so, and If it's so it Is always in the Dispatch." The Dispatch also has a staff of over 300 active correspondents in the South, and will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE THAN DOUDLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS of any other Loulsvlllo paper. Get the Diipatch; It gives the news and tells the truth about it. Dally. 8 pages: Sunday, 24 pages; Week-8 oages. We club with the Weekly Dispatch at tho remarkably low price of U S. F. Rock, FORI ! x bus.. $ -- Ilie Appetite of a Goat Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whoso Stomach and Liver are out of order. Two, ouA. ioTTvaco 3.ccric Six of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. In the Prndental, you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again give the best. We will not transact business with irresponsible companies. 26 Second Street, Up Stairs. Je2-l- y ULU W. Id LEY $1.2S A YEAR. CALL AT-- SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. Wright's Celerv Capsules. Shelbyville. Ky., Slay 26, '90. To Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: Gents I have purchased a box of Wrieht'a Celery Capsules from G. N. Middelton. drupgist, and used them for Sour Stomach, Toroid Liver and Constipation and found that they cave me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. 9 Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends Yours very truly, Geo. W. Riley. All such should know that Dr. King's Aew Life Pills, the wonderful Stomach and Liver Iletnedy, gives a splendid Tho wheat crop in Madison conntv LiVING BENEFITS PAID DECEMBER, 1898. appetite, sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that insures perfect was damaged by sleet. SPECIAL REDEMPTION. health and great energy. Only 25 Name. Address. Cost. The corner-ston- e for tho Gordon cents at any Drug Store. 4 $ 54 50 . . Collego was laid at Khartoum. D 11 Good Estate . 41 Ii I, 54 50 . . Over one hundred persons disappear D F Johnson & Co . Mil Baltimore, 51 50 . . in London every year without leaving O It Marshall . . . Lexington, Ky 47 50 . . the slightest traco behind. Lapsed Life Po ii ii D B Jones 47 50 The Western Horseman, published It F Johnson & Co Baltimore, Md 54 50 . . at Indianapolis, Indiana, at $2.00 a R F Johnson & Co 54 50 . . year, and issued every Friday, stands Will purchase them, it they provide lor It F Johnson & Co . 54 50 . . paid-uinsurance, and three annual W F White at the head of Turf and Trotting and Lexington, Ky . Estate . 51 50 . . premiums hare been paid. Pacing horse journals, is handsomely with stamp lor reply, 51 50 . . illustrated with pictures of noted horses R. A. MITCHELL & CO.. 54 60 . . dec28-4Mt. Sterling, Ky. and gives all tho horse news from Cali 54 50". . fornia to Maine. If at all interested L A M Griof . . . . Louisville, 53 50 . . can think in trotters or pacers subscribe for it. Wanted-- An 111 . . . Chicago, 61 50 . . simple Idea tome mtrntl Dr S II Stevonson . In The great annual Souvenir number Protect your tda: thr may bring yon wealth. GE Clark. . . . 25 75 . . Write JOHN WKDDEKBOKN & CO- - Patent Attor. will be issued February 10, and will bo neyt. Washington. I), a, Lexington, Ky . 51 50 . . for their 8t.RO prize oaer W F White Estate . worth moro than tho price of a year's and list ot two hundred inventions vranted. ii i. i .i 51 50 . . u"1subscription. It goes free to all sub ii R A Good 63 50 . . seribers-t- o others 23 ctnls per copy, It F Johnson fi Co Baltimore, Md . 54 50 . . Bv special arrangements with tho pub- 54 50 . . Ht'aers ie are enabled to send the 54 50 . . Western Horseman 52.00 per year, and COMPLETE 51 50 . . the Weekly Climax $1.50 per year, BLISS 54 50 . . both for $2.2o during tho year 1899. 54 50 . . nov23-t- f Give us your order. 54 50 . . Me-snor- Published upon the principal tint 25c. 50c farmers aro interested in moro subjects than any other class of men, the SouthHeadache and Xcuralata cured by Dr. ern Farm Magazine in its January issue MILES' PAIN 1'ILLS. "Ono cent a dose." enters upon a wider range of improvement than ever before. Determined to aid as far as possible the healthy move input towanl diversification of crops as a solution of tho cotton problem, it t boveral practical articles, notably two by Col. J Killebrcw and .Mr. M. V. Hichards, dealing with the progrtrss already made in the cultivation of fruit, vegetables, grasses and the cefeals.and valuable hints for additional achievements These two wtitors, by virtue of their lifo work, are thoroughly equipped with facts, and are in close daily touch with events that aro placing the South upon a higher industrial and agricultural piano every vear.and their contributions are consequently es pecially valuable ide by side with greater variety of crops Southern manufactures are multiPine-Tar-Hon- ey plying and becoming moro and moro diversified. To help this development Nature's most natural remsly, Improved by capital will be needed. Particularly science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive timely, therefore, is an article by Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces MacCorkle, of Virginia, in of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. which'hc sets forth succinctly, clear y Lungs areexhila-rate- d The sore, weary cough-worand convincingly the benefits nccuring the microbe-bearin- g mucus is cutout; the to farmers from a wise co operation cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes arc healed and soothed so that then witli capital in tho upbuilding of inis no inclination to cough. dustries, small and great, tho exten sion of railroads and tho opening cf SOLO DY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS new fields of endeavor. Bottles Only. 25c, 50o. ant! $1.00 Sizaa Other articles discuss markets for hay, BE SURE YOU GET I AM 68 YEARS OLD, and never used any remedy equal to Dr. Bell 'a tho value of cood roads, pea canning, Itglvesqulctcandpennanentrrllef Dr. Esli's Pini-ITar-Hodiseases among stock, the manufacture In grip as well as coughs and colds, it makes tveaK i nnCT etrong. mis. aL. A. sietcaue. of starch from potatoes, Pedacah, Us. experimental farms and other topics For sale by Perry &. Thomas, successors to W. Q. White. appealing to the intelligence of the farmer, while the departmental features are up to their standard of inter est. Thev contain reading lor the family circle, bits of Southern humor, solected and origfnal matter for the children, comment upon manifestations in tho literary world, with careful estimates of leading now books, We Pay While You Live, hints about special crops of tho Plan, Life Insurance Reversed. South and the record of the movement They Pay WhenYou Die. of a sturdy population to tho South from other regions of the country less inviting. Beflecting, as it does, tho OYER 5133,000.00 PAID IN MATURITIES. life of tho South, the magazine meets OVER 850,000.00 RESERVE AND SDRPLUS. tho needs of a constantly-increasin- g number of thoughtful readers. The Southern Farm Magazine is STATEMENT DECEMBER, 189S. published monthly by the Manufacturers' Record Publishing Co., Balti' ". Numeral'. 4G more, Md. Price $1 a year. Coupon Fund: Balance from Novemher 88 Hi $ A NEW CURE FOR THE GRIP. 3G o0 Fines and Transfers . 5,049 CO Persons afllictod with grippe will be Installments glad to know that a free uso of hot lemTotal Coupon Fund 5,174 30 onade will relievo them. The Board of STj,0S0 05 Health of London, England, during Coupons Kedeemcd:. . tho influenza epidemic of 188U, advised Balance $94 31 the public afllicted witli Ihe disease to Reserve Fund : uso hot lemonade. The perspiration $1 000 00 affords the patient except in the se- Installments 304 45 verest cases, whero medical aid is re- Interest quired. It is a well known fact that Total Ko'sorvo Fund lor Poceroher lemon juice will kill cholera and other $2,054 45 bacilli. Total 1'aid Certificate-Holder- s $133,244 55 Thore are three newsy little Ameri- Total' Passed to Kesorvc Fund . 49,2GG 75 can papers in Manila. on-tai- ALL DRUGGISTS. dnliniil ? n DR. BELL'S n t- - as to what to buy for Christmas please remember us and we will show 'ou many things that Avill UNDECIDED surprise you. Come and be con 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 ARE nty corn-raisin- g, KOGK ers Southern Mutual Investment Company, I WTO Couches Of Iexington, Kentucky. WW sug-gesti- vo Parlor Cabinets, I Dressing Tables, I And many other nice and attractive articles such as are only found in a first-clas- s Furniture Store. ........ te axe, well as our own." "We will thank airy customer to tell us how to improve our service." "Tall talk and small performance may go for awhile but the7- bring ultimate disaster." "If you can tell us how to serve you better we shall obey the hint." "There is no demand a customer can make of this store that we will not grant." "We alvays try to be polite and attentive." - "To cheat a customer is to kill business." "Permanent profit can only come from satisfied buyers." "We repair every possible mistake yours as .. p S "... REG EIERO. Mikes the Strong. .... Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by and accommodating clerks. up-to-da- te The World Almanac and Encyclopedia for 1899 -- Many insects hear and breathe with Tlie Great tho samo apparatus. The Salvation Array was years old the other day. thirty-thre- e Wi D B Jones R F Johnson & Co Lexington, Baltimoro, Ky Md Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. The London Mail calls the Philippines "the jewels of tho far east." Phone 3. Second St. RICmLOND, KY. ANDs "Within three-quarter- ABM- jt Illustrated History of the Spanish-American The niser. Many a man with hU whole soul immersed in business and money-pettinis like the miser whose spring door shut to and locked him in for tliclr youthful vljor. It Iml tomiefi to Name. full HTt? aftil 1 kmr nil cnfTnn.K r.n... i. miieres t. if is a raco of ncsscs, V.irUwl. Siiernuttorhca, G S Haydon . . cats which does not know how to mew. ..Hun, Miiwiuin, ir& lir&in ag.i jiartcnnr I'oiTer, Dr A P Taylor. Weak Wakcf ilncn, Kril Dcsnon..... ... 1 .. .. notV tvffMn mav f SI Uys U iM;ivi ly ritanintiiii to cure . ...... . n ... I ttin mm., ....IT..... VAllnr TlUifiiA I, .rn..,tM A Nrtv .linn. Piv.t.nlS. !...-- ' I.. .1 t. oflhr nit) or IIKUZ'.aII ). Yoiini; men will re- Cain menr lost .nanlioo.!, a: .1 old Uv.i will reairei r.f'i .... .... 54 50 . . 53 50 . . 45 50 . . 51 50 . . 40 50 . . 53 60 . . REGULAR REDEMPTION. Address. WE ARE THE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM, Paid. 00 $150 150 00 150 00 135 00 135 00 15G 00 150 00 NIQHT TELEPHONE 67. DAY TELEPHONE 70. 156 00 150 00 150 00 150 00 150 00 153 00 147 00 73 60 150 00 150 00 153 00 150 00 160 00 15G 00 150 00 Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, and Foreign and 150 00 150 00 American Marble and Granite. 150 00 150 00 153 00 129 00 147 00 132 00 Those who are contemplating buying Mnrblo, Granite, or any kind of 163 00 Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call at tho old sinml in tlm . BIGGERSTAFF - OLD AM lad ison Monumenta Wor s ESTABLISHED 1863. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietoh. Statuary FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. In South America Ihero nl -- i Some one has exported a ton of Irish turf for an Irish fair at San Francisco. dMirV. 1.11'lf flf nlKiM, or wiualc.-eiTtnaiw- l COesntoiK-I1;:il 111 fif1 L.nM rnt i .!-- - Owensboro, Lexington, . .. Ky n. lil! a. n Hon. n hl Ii unflu m.u1 ..?t tHf John Ii Fischer L AH Grief. .Louisville, " " . . . , Cost. Paid. 44 50 . . 120 00 42 50 . . 120 00 43 50 . . 103 12 42 50 . . 100 43 $1,792.75 ..$3,287.30 50S0.05 E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand stock of finished work to 6elect from, at prices to suit all' classes of buyers. W. G. GOUCHEK, one: of the best workmen in Central Kcntncky, Is m charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work every phiie. Parties living at a distanco should wrlln in which will bo furnished on application. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITEDH of the M. n, largo l I :'is of t:i -- OF 160 ACRES, s War S & S-- S- mile of Owensboro, Ky. Ever incli of it is as rich as JANUAJRY 1st, J899. cream. It lies on the best pike in the county; the land jt S jt S S J-- jt o j, ot jt jt is rolling to level; 90 acres Together with are in grass; excellent water well, cistern and spring. Buildings: An elegant two The Battle Calendar and a half story new brick of of the Republic 10 rooms, the finest farm residence in the county; immense Compiled by Darns; 6 tenement houses, EDGAR STANTON MACLAY. one of which is a good frame Historian of the U. S. Navy. of 5 rooms and complete set of buildings which really makes it a separate farm. "We THE STANDARD will sell this place at an unusually low figure $14,000. AMERICAN ANNUAL.1 Terms, one-hacash, balance in one, two, three, four and PRICE 25 CENTS. live years. Send for our list Caa of farm for sale. of a o jf-- ot jt, gold, and clios-riche- J READY FOR SALE EVERYWHERE J lf WILLIAMS & LITTLE, nng2.6m JHj; 3d St., Owensboro, Ky. Who can think of aoiue (luiplo tiling to patent? ijntect your you JOlItf WKbDEltUUn.vi brtiur rktcntwealth. Write cms. Wafclngtdn. D. Cfor ttolr ijuu prtiooiSr Postpaid to any addreso, THeVoRLD, Pulltser Buibg, NEW YORK. Wanteci-- Hn Wj Idea SDR. CALDWELL'S PEIPSlN INDIGESTION. II American Bible Society has that a happy, cheerful home is rather sent 2,500 Spanish New Testaments to s, to be en than great Santiago, Cuba. un- til thev hear me trap door of disen BITTER TASTE. spring to and shut them off from all the Dngut Hopes they labored for. A sick man cannot be happy; he cannot It Aids in tho Detection of Unwholesome accomplish the work he has to do in this Food. world; he loses the very money he is striving for ; his ambition defef ts itself. Any man who discovers that h:s strength and Daniol Webster in the famous White energy are giving way his an unfailing means of regaining his physical health and trial iii'Etadeuii Mass., years aco do- stamina in the simple yet restorative power of that wonderful ''Golden clareil that "murder will out." This Medical Discovery " originated by Dr. R. V. maxim has been, found applicable to Pierce, of Buffalo. N. Y., the s many other tilings besidos murder. specialist in diseases of the nutritive Housewives know it to bo truo when Among the thousands wholiare consulted him there is nlutn in baking powder. A by mail the case of Mr. Newton B. Blake, of Tiplersville. Tippah Co., Miss., as shown in the bitterness in the bread at once betraj'a following letter indicates the remarkable efficacy or lm treatment ; "in December 1805 my health thealum'u presence. It can't conceal began to fail. I tried many different kinds of its true, nature. Tho alum bitterness rneaidnesand the more I took the worse the disease grew. Finally in jiril when I was busy ''will out," and because it will, phy&i-clnn- s, with the farm work my health got so bad that I who understand the harmful could not hold out to work one hour. My breath became short and I was weak and nervous, and effect of alum on tho system, aro at a oftentimes would spit blood. I was unable to loss to know why people continue to work. I tried one of the doctors in the vicinity but failed to obtain relief. I seemed to grow worse. My father received a book from Dr. buy baking powders sold for twenty-fiv-e rlerce in which I read of a case similar to mine, cents a pound and less contain and decided to write to Dr. Pierce. He recommended me to take his Golden Medical Discovalum. Thore is surely . to economy in ery.' After taking six bottles of this remedy I can recommend It as one of the best medicines nsinjr these cheap powders. A pure to build up the; system. I oin now enjoying cream of tartnr powder sucli as Dr. good health." Torpid liver and constipation arc surely Prico'a was shown to bo at the World's and speedily cured by Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Fair, goes bo much further and gives so Pellets. They never gripe. They regulate, tone vp and invigorate the liver, stomach much better results, there is no doubt ol its being more . economical in the and bowels. No substitute urged by dealers U m good. long ruri, Tho world-famoutuer-eeea- ry . 1 wort and slave and worry and get sick and broken down, forgetting: all the time that health is worth ever. Men Nearly all skin diseases aro supposed to be caused by microscropic insects. w!iv i wiiif-i- . i!iat r ...1 h wliy turirKfii t :tibc!iwi. CanL3i"ir:lili:, 111- lot.ii. r.to v V II ' IT. - .! muwifrKl . The pantries at Winder Castle con tain gold and silver plate valued at $7,500,000. fl'!f1""I ' - v,ircuixi irre. I'd melons Illuod !ar rnniri Imrli to i:::;;ENi:;;o. -t '.ik.i. 11 mall fSI.Oa vr . ! l.vmu .1a n. VHVlb II .... , it i V . U ni t Total Profit Over Cost D. HKTVULrON, Proprietor. ! auu-i-.i:i- American OIBcocf UU FOR FULL INFORMATION ADDRESS Daily more than frnla In llfflimnnri I f 1... Tlnmr uJ . l.lj F. lfc m, 1UUU1M A. septa-l- y. SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary. Local Agent, Richmond, Ky. Paper At the rate of MRS. A. T. MILLION, Richmond Market DRIVING. IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, and you enn also say extremely comfortable, when you are driving in one of our easy and handsome Buggies and Phretons. Our stock pf fine Meats, are not excelled by any market poor logic to agree that all meats arealike. Ourmeats are the best. We kill first-clas- s cattle, is why we have always enjoyed a good share of Richmond's patronage. Those that have not favored us with orders in the past will be convinced, by giving us a trial order tliatour Beef, Mutton, Pork and other It's A MONTH. THE BEST 'AND CHEAPEST DAILY EVERY PAPER IN THE WORLD DAY IN THE WEEK . -- GO TO THE- - EXCEPT SUNDAY, English Kitchen, 12 At the rate $1.00 for 3 $1.50 for 6 $2.00 for 1 of W. Short St , Lexington, Ky. Months, Monilis. Year. Regular meals 25 cents. Lodging- 25 cmU. Mou convenient ami centrally located hotel the city. Fine equipped bar in connection. in J."W.KAST3RS, Proprietor. carriages as unsurpassed for beauty, style," durability and general superiority, nnd we are selling Jbhem at prices that will surprisVyou, quality Fresh Hish Recieved Daily. Hr4f4HMf-Mf For sample copies, leave us your name qr write the IXomC-rrOW- n VPfrPLrlliTp snrh wlidfi wStiraanSri ame" " Rnin PitnfAOE linn timC"' ThanWnS " PKr)ni.A ntn..H J ior V" x .. 4 Patron, 1 Evening Post, Louisville, Ky. Ecu dacha Donelsqn.j Ttlcphoae lCJ.i-$- I 'ii&k- - - lJ Bclwy Italldluf , Main St. Wl &a Sr. HWo' fate YWln I hare rented tor 1898 the several houses advertised by mo last December, but have now tonr or flvo other nlco cottages, well located and equipped for salo on easy terms. Call at over Messrs. White A dibson's eiorc, with Stephen D. Parriih, Attorney-atrLaFLOEIDA. II. PARIUSIJ, !36-Attorney Asent. Read This ' ; ad (3