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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): January 18, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899011801_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 18, 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. RICHMOND CLIMAX. VOLUME 25. Written for the Cliniax.J RICHMOND, A MADISON COTTNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1899. NUMBER 33. GRIfiSBY MUNCEY, WONDEnFUL INVENTION! 'Editor Climajr.I am in receipt of a letHow Members of Tlie Society ter from I'; of. Theodore Tompson, a colored barber, of Urowns'ville, Temi., of Friends Wed Each asking lor infoi maiion regarding the a V Other. patent laws for a preparation lie has for the purpose of winning1 tho alTec-tion- s (itutral Agent, Makes the food more delicious and wholesome IWorccstrr (Mass ) Qaicttc. of yoiiiin. middle-age- d and IIOVAI BAKINO rOWDgR CO., NEW YORK. Eastern Kentucky. A young man and womnn in this nouioii, and the Professor city belonging to tho Society of a samplo box of the love powders Friends, who havo certified their infor which ho desires to obtain a "pat- for I cminut .become pattner to any FEW LIKE UNTO THESE TWO tention of marriag nt Ihe city hall, are n ent," as ho calls it. Theodora says: ciisPPtlness, especially such having to undergo the- regular form Uruwiinville. 'IV1111., Jan. 10. IS'J'J as you send no stamps for reply. Tho Ilarrodsbunr Democrat furnishes Mr. "BIuoKrasB Hill," Richmond, Ken"IJluegrass Bill." an interesting history of two aged wo- which the society imposes by Availing for the approval of tho montnly meettucky, Ky: My Dkkk Cuz: I take my Mr. S. A. Faikler, Klitor of the men who reside in Mercer county: NEW YORK. ing they can bo married. The pen in hand to Rito to Ask you foi "lit the quiet hamlet of Mavo, 1 first before in tho proceedings stage sum information, and I trust this will Micanopy (Kla.) Hustler, with his wife miles from here, is for them livo a retnakuble old both to appear at the monthly meeting liiul yotl onjoyinfr 1I10 same. 1 rite to and children, guttered terribly from couple Susan and Amanda. Mundny of the siciety, which is the only time knoti);h ef )ou can K'vo me the mils La Grippe. Ono Minute Conj;h Cure Agisnts in for obtaining a patent for a now infeii-tio- n was the only remedy that help them. aged 90 and 98 respectively. Not many that any business is done, and make vcars after thn founding of Harrods-bur2nown unoccupied 'which 1 have jest infented rceent-l- y It acted quickly. Thousands ofothpn-uswith an only brother, ihey ramo stand up their intention. They both this remedy as a specific for La before the meeting, and the here of late. It is a lov powder from their Virginia home to the Old man sayB: "With divine permission which will not explode, but will make Grippe, and its exhausting after effects. Fort heie, where quietly Ihcy resided and Friends' OFFICE-Mai- n approbation, I declaro my Street, any middle aged woman or ole made Douglas & AVells. for tivo years. The trip was made in a intention to take ibis (and lie calls her j;irl have allliction for tho donor. I BRYAN SPEAKS. wagon drawn by two oxen, From tho Riclimond, Ky. name) to be my wife," and then they want to obtane a patent for these powd dd fort they removed to where 3Iayi sit down. But the sanction of the-sSOLICITORS WANTED EVEUY ers which are the host known to man famous Duckworth Club, of Cin now stands, which was then a sparsely Tho ACTIVE for "The Story or the Philippines" ciety for the marriage requires more and will cure those alllicted with one cinnati, gave lis annual Jackson 1).) settled corner of Washington by Murat Halstead, commissioned by the Govcounty, thaw this formality. It is never granted ernment as Official Historian to the War De- of tho most horriblo (leases known to banquet at tho Gibson Saturday evenbut which hits sinco been annexed t partment. The book was written In army man unless both jwrties are Friends, and so, which is namely lov. I enclose a ing. About four hundred were present, Mercer. A email log house was exertcamps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with if oue of the young peoplo is out of the General Mcrritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, simple package of this great majikal including Col. W. J. Bryan, who wat ed, m which, although time worm.they in Hong Kong, in the American trenches at fold, they have to be Manila, in the insurgent camps with will not gripe, or cause headache or the guest of the hour. still reside. A very remarkable fattt tho formal approval of married without on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey, the society. If you and in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila. leave the system politicatcd. After addresses by Mayor Tafel and the writer is ciedibly informed, is that Honaiua for agents. Ilrimful of original pic- will give tills pill to the one you desire When the Judge Jackton, Col. Bryan was intro neither of f hem ever had a swce.thearc couple marryapproval is secured, the by goverment photographers on tures themselves. The cerethe spot Large book. Low prices. Hie profitn. to warm toward you, she will soon be duced amid deafening applause, and or a proffer of marriage. Within tho mony is appointed Freight paid. Credit given. Dror all trashy by tho society to unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address, tellin her 1 v or ritiit it in portly. I made a tinging speech, some idea ol many years they have lived together, a. F. T. Harber, Sec'y , Star Insurance nidge., oncloMC 12 Ihessiloinaus (I suppose he take place at some regular meeting, or oct26-4Chicago. the force and logic of which may be lamp has never been used in tbeir else at one specially appointed. In the means testimonium) of 2 .men who used gathured from the following extract: home. Ihe use of caudles being keptnp. latter case it might'be at u house where my lov powder respectfully write soon. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. "Tho Democracy of the nation is btill I5y economy they are enabled to liv any one of tho society has tho right to T. Tompsox, Prof. defending Jofrevsoniaii principles with very comfortably. Their brother long; bo present. Tho testimonials to which Prof. Jacksonian courage and has no thought since died, and they have no iclalives ATroasrsra. But the most interesting ceremony is Tompson refers are veiy logical and of departing troui the principles enunci- this bide of Virginia." that which takes "pheo in a regular convincing arguments in favor of tho ated at Chicago in IS'JC. That platform W. MILLER. assembly of the society at the meeting Robbed the Grave. professors panacea for frigid affections, will live in history and the hour of itthouse. Any one who has been to a Attouey-at-Law- , but I am not ready to indorse the use adoplion will he remembored as the ,A startling incident of which Mr. Quaker service knows tho fashion of Kentucky. Richmond, of this powerful love stimulant. The hour when the money changers were John Oliver ot Philadelphia, was the the meeting house, with its high seats Office in the liurnam Building, next door to testimonials leads as follows: driven from tho Democratic temple. feb3-I- y narrated by him follows: in front, facing the rest of the meeting. armer'a National Bank. 'That platform denounced govern subiect is n most dreadful as Clay City, Ky., Jan. 4. 1S93 To "I was in condition. The elders usually sit there, but when Prof. Tonipgon Powdor Co., Hrowns- - meat by injunction, and the sentiment My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunk- a couple of young, peoplo aro going to ville, Tonn.. Dear Sir: I have a sou against government by injunction is iu- - en, tongue coated, pain continually in occupy this conspicuous place, and have that was bom blind, ho used a box of cieaMng. That platform denounced the back and sides, no appetite gradually to stand up bravely, without minister your love powders as a liniment, and trusts and declared them to be a men Attoiiney--a -- Law, growing weaker day by day. Three or elder, and marry themselves. than ace; that menace is greater now saws wood, jesptfully KENTUCKY." RICHMOND, An old Quaker minister who said he physicians hadgiven'me up. Fortunateever before. That platform warned the Hon. "Wm.Day. Office over Taylor's Hani ware store, oply, a friend advised trying "Electric Bit- had seen six couples stand up iu this people that a conspiracy was on foot to posite Court House, on Main Street. Torre Haul, Intl., Jan. 5, IS!)!). To the congregation was asked ters," and to my great joy and surprise give to tho national banks a monopoly Prof. Tompson Powder Co., Brownsthe first bottle.mado a decided improve- why the young people had to do it issuo and supply of paper money; of the II. B. HOGG, ville, Teiin. This is to certify that I ment. I continued their use for three aloae, and ho said it was a matter that conspiracy is now known to every ATTORNEY AT LAW. have been afllicted with coolness of af- that weeks, and am now a well rami. I know did not concern an intermediate per Kentucky. fection and kindred affections for sev one. That platform denounced inter they saved my life, and robbed the son, but rested between themselves Richmond, a eral years. I lead your advertisement national bimetaiism as a delusion and grave of another victim." No oneshould and God. Thou ho described how the snare, and its condemnation has been in tho liural Iutelligoiicer mid I orfail to try them. Only 50 cents per bot- young man would fctand up in that high Office No. 13 First St.. up stairs. justified. dered a box of tho powdeis. It comtle at l'erry & Thomas' Drug Store. Suc- perched place iu tho meeting house forgot"Other platforms have been alone with his bride, aud, tikingher pletely restored my affections and I am cessors to W. G. White. 5 J.O. &D. M. OIIENAULT, ten, but that platform is as fresh in tho hand, say, "In the presence of God and now all smiles. LAW, ATTORNEYS AT memory of friend and foe, because it NEW YORK FASHIONS. this assembly, I take thee, A. B., to A friend of mino who was bom with was clear and positive upon every pubKkntucky. out liver or lights Richmond, be my wife, promising to be nnto tree used your powders Kono but soft textured materials lic question. To those who believe in an affectionate and loving husband un as a oalve, and now has a equality before the law the Chicago finds favor for evening wear. Office on Second street, over Glien-ault- 's liver and electric lights. til tho hand of tho Lord by death shall A ruby velvet jacket gracefully fashgrocery. still an inspiration; it SajiSmii.ky. platform is to those who seek to use is a ioned and trimmed with cliinchillls is separate us." The bride then speaks in the terror only a similar fashion. I would say to Prof. Tompson that uovcrnment for personal and private a stylish novolty. PHYSICIANS. At tho end of this ceremony a miniscannot indorse his powders. While cuds. Tho girl uses a writing-tablter praya or speaks, and then, when they no doubt contain many meritoof mahogany witli claw feet, "It has been attacked at two points, DR. II. 11. GIBSON, there is a pause and the spirit moves rious qualities, and judgiug fiom the but the drawers ot ample proneks will not harm it. Some PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, strength of the testimonials, would who opposed the platform in 1S9G have portions, in lieu of the erst favoted no one else, the meeting is adjourned. At the close of the meeting the mar Kentucky. doubtless fill a long want as a headache promised to return to the party on con small writing-des- k Richmond. with its limited riage certificnte.which is made of parchand heartache cuie, there should bo no dition. that the party will drop tho accommodations. brought forward, and any one free and reckless use made of them for very fetching costume shown at ment, is 18 and 20 SecA Office in the Joe Cnlins building, moiiej; question and confine the fight ay- can sign it. A special law sanctions the purpose of coaxing and luring away to the trusts. The oiler will not be.nc-copie- Lord & Taylor's is of navy-blu- o ond Street, over Wnue .old drugstore, chov-io- t, this marriage ceremony. This docuthe gentle alfeciions ol the old maids c trimmed with nasturtium velvet Tho Trusts opposed tho ment, which amounts to the legal sancCHAS. HOOKER, who prefer to remain in single blcssed-ncs-- s. party in 189G because the Chicago and embroidery. of tho marriage, is greatly prized I can imagine no more pathetic convention took the party out of the A VETERINARY SORGEON, variety of velvet has been tion sight than to behold a geutle lassie of hands of the Wall street crowd and brought out for evening wear. It pos among the descendents of Friends, so Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. much so that the children often have J7 summers plus a low hard wintors adopted a platform which precipitated sesses the requisite pliancy for develop similar marriage certificates made for . trying to conceal a shattered heart and the plutocracy which the party had ing artibtic and clinging effects galore. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Speci-tltythough themselves may up stairs, over store recently ncni-pie- d a set of false teeth, and struggling lo hold in solution for several yenrs. It is known as velours mousselino. been married outside ofthey society.have by Richmond Harness Co., Kast M liuy St., hold a light rein on the the affections apr7-litichmond, Ky. gold Democrats had a chance There is also a satin, as soft as foiflard, "The which the so tenderly nourished and to crush out the trusts during Mr. which comes in all colors. Horrible agony is caused by Piles. set up with nights for 'Si or more years Cleveland's administration, but they 11. C. JASPJZR, Jll. D. Face patches are again worn. They Burns aud Skin Diseases. Tlieso are and then and there be unduly rob- did not do it. The gold llepiiblicaus are useful in accentuating the bcasty of immediately relieved and quickly cured Medicine and Surjrery. bed of those affections by some un- are having their opportunity now. but some particular feature. Placed near by De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Be Ollice Collins Iiuildinu, MainStrect. Telephone nt residence (the Cnrr rlace) on principled cuss who would not hesitate they ate not improving it- - The trusts tho corner of a bright eye, a dainty ware of worthless imitations. Doug1J roadway. windowill fall whon the gold standard is mouth or near the charmed circle of a las & Wells. Kentucky. to clinch the engagement with a Riciimosd, --- --w-gluts diamond set in brassiest overthiown, and not until then. dancing dimple, a wee bit ot black ANIMALS THAT NEVER DRINK. brass. "Mr. Cleveland was elecled in 1892 court plaster becomes a W. EVANS, M D Imagine, dear reader, jour own self upon a platform which declared for the side G. of Cupid. There are in the world several kinds having held close communion wiili use of gold and silver as the standard Many of the picturesque school frocks had gotten to be attached to money of tho country, and for the coin- shown by Best & Co. for girlish stu of animal that have never swallowed a atfectious tliysician and suhoeon, drop of water iu all their lives; these them, like a city policeman to his beer, age of both gold and without dis- dents, are enchanced by round yokes - Kentucky. Richmond. age of 28 or 40, just in crimination against either metal or of velvet. Many of these dresses have include tho llamas of Patagonia and and then at the gazelles of the far east. A of your smiles, have your charge for mintage, and yet Mr. Cleve- the youthful-lookin- g the hey-de- y full, straight certain lived fifty-tw- o DR. T. J. TAYLOR, years in the paroquet young and tender heart fricasseed into land found liodifhYulty in supporting skirts; others though full, arc gored. London zoological gardens without Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, a blister by a kind of patent ground-u- p l lie single gold Tho dog collar tie belongs to the tail Tho DemoKentucky drinking a drop, and some naturalists fed to you in caramels cratic puily will not id urn tu tho days Richmond. girl. It is an exact copy of think that hares, take no liquid except or gobs of ice cream. developed in satin. of uncertainty and cv:tiui. Vt'hen the the strap and residence on Second Street Xay, nay, you black rascal, I cannot opponents of 10 to 1 Evelyn Caulk the dew that sometimes forms. on tiie upon antireo grass that they eat. A considerable render you the weight of my influence other ratio it will be time enough to DENTAL STJRGERT. number o reptiles serpents, lizards A Tlioimnil Tongues to sow widespread over Ibis betroubled compare the merits ot a new ratio with love distractor. world your voodoo-lik- e express the rapture of An and certain batracbians live and Could not the merits of the old ratio. prosper in places where there is no Vou must go elsewhere and anant, 'Tho Chicago ilatform was good nie E. Springer, of 1125 Howard St., water at all. Finnlly, there are even in when it was adopted ; it grows better Philadelphia, l'a. when she found that France, rssn-isTin the neighborhood of tfic op Louiskiixe, Ky. with age. It was strong in 1800 ; it is Dr. King's New Discovery for ConLozere, heids of cows and goats which sumption had completely cured her of a stronger now." 7H)ffice next door to Government Iluilding, 1. 10 u-- i hacking cough that for many years had almost never drink, aud which neverItlchmSnd, Ky. umce nours novI7-l- y of which tho The smallest things may oxcrt tho made life a burden. All other remedies theless prod uco the milk made. greatest influence. Do Witt's Little md doctors could give Iter no help, but fatuous Roquefort checee is Four nice rooms torrent. Early Risers aro unequalled for over- she says of this Royal Cure '"it soon THE WAY TO DO IT. coming constipation and liver tumbles. removed the pain in my chest and I of Dr. Hob-soCall at Dental Office Griggs Pshaw! those Spaniards Small pill, best pill, safe pill. Doug- can now sleep soundly, something I can scarcely remember doing before. I couldn't hit the side of a bam. Grin-kalas Wells. next door to postoffice. feel like sounding its praises through Oh, yes; I know of one of them A MONST0R EMPEROR. out the Universe." So will overy ono who did. Grigg He. did? How'd ho )R. FRED SMITH. who tries Dr. King'ri New Discovery do it? Grinkaui lie stood inside of When the children et their Maxiiniu, the ltotnan Emporor, was for any ttoublo of "tho Throat, Chest or the barn and tried to fire at tome feet wet end take cold give them DENTIST. over 8 feet high and could wear his Lungs. Price OOc ami $1 00. Trial Americans through an open doorway. a hot foot bath, a bowl of hot over Collins' Grocery, same office wife's bracelet as a thumb ring. Once, bottle free at l'erry & Thomas' Drug drink, a dose of Aycr's Cherry lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. janUMy Pectoral, and pet ttem to ted. when seryiug as a barbarian soldier in Store; every bottle guaranteed. 5 The chances ere they will be tho Koman army, he, on a wager, all right in the rr.orr.ir- -. ConUNITED STATES THE RICHEST NATION. H. killed an ox with his fist and nto"ouo of tinue the Cherry Tcotcrjl a few days, until ell cough has disquarters for n single meal. the hind Mullhall. the English statistician, has Has Been Greatly Benefited by appeared. Old coupho crc clso cured; 503 West Ninth Btreet, Cincinnati, Ohio, No. just made a calculation of thewealth Tic Kidney Complexion. will be at the Hotel Zimmer, Richmond, Ky., on we mean the coughs cf bronof the principal nations of the world, The pale, sallow, sunken-cheekechitis, week throats and irritable Wednesday, February 8, 1899, distressed-lookin- g lungs. Even the hard cougfis you so often based on values shown by real estate Congreaamnn I). Jloeklson of Ohio, writes people tho following letter to Dr. Ilartuiaa. of consumption are always meet are afllicted with '"Kidney Com records, buildings, merchandise and returning every second Wednesday o. each made easy and frequently cared railroads, as well as the circulating me month. Reference every physician ot Richplexion." Dr. S. . Hartman, Columbus, O. by the continued use cf febl6-lmond, Ky. Their kidneys aro turning to a par dium of each country, aud places the Dear Sin: I have used several botaggregate wealth of the United States tles of and feel greatly benesnip color. So is their complexion. KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. ,720 ,000,- - fited thereby. 1 havo been afflicted They may also have indigestion, or at SSI 750,000,000. This is aggregate of Great E. US. CAVE, FietiJttt, Lniagtoa, Ij. suffer from sleeplessness, rheumatism. 000 larger than tho ERARY, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COMneuralgia, brain trouble,- - neivous ex Britain, which hold second place; ; MERCIAL COLLEGES. haustion and sometimes the heart acls double that of France equ d to that of Kussia, Italy, Austria aud Spain comTuition for Literary and Bible Course $ badly. $10,000 More than twenty teachers. gymnasium. Thousands ot successful alumni. Tho cause iswcakjunhoaltby kldneys. bined, and more than seven times (Social and moral welfare ot students receive Usually tho suffeter from kidney dis- greater than that of Spain. In connecspecial attention. Open to both sexes. For llyCT-hfs tubular statements Mr. catalogues address the President. easo.does not find out what the trouble tion with is until it ia almost too'late, because Mulhall calls attention to the fact that tho fltt symptoms are go like mild wnilu most of European countries have sickness that ,thoy vilonqt think, they attained their growth tho United on the threshold need a medicine or a doctor until they States is apparently Ever doctor knows that wild of an industrial development of an ex cherry bark is the best remedy find themselves sick in bed. known to medical science for will build tent of "which it has never dreamed. Dr. Kilmers Swamp-Rosoothing and healing inflamed SHORT LINE TO their w'eak and dis- - Coughing injures ai.d inflames sore up and nlrengthen throats and lungs. eaSsed kidneys, purify their diseased, lungs Cough Cuie One Minute Put crro of TTon. D. Mkkkjso:?. blood, clear theircom loosens the cold, allays coughing and with catarrh of the head and feel enplexion and soon they wil! enjoy bet heals quickly. The best euro for couraged to believe that continued Best Line to ter health. children. Douglas & Wells. nse of will fully eradicate a You can get the regular sizes at the standing. ARKANSAS, TEXAS, The Atlanta Constitution very senti- - disease of thirty drug store, at fifty cenfs and one dollar, Yours sincerely, you may first prove for yourself tho blysays: "A man, young or old, with or D. MEnniSON. MEXICO wonderful virtues of this great discov- a nistol in his hip pocket, has already $&BP$S Owes Tho continued receipt of endorseby sending your nd advertised the fact tiiat ho is anxious ery, Swamp-Roo- t, AND CALIFORNIA. ments like this for Dr. Hartman's The Bcsi Kedtesl dress to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ulnghain to murder somebody, and the law should great catarrh remedy, provo its; value Advlco Frsal vllle every Thursday night and runs through ton, N. Y., for it samplo bottle and a deal with him accordingly." How beyond question. Men of prominence We now have torocnr tho taoit emito ban irancuco. nnnnt ffy nnH I1l1flr4 .. - nl.A nent I'lijr.k'Mh In IIkj Umttii htatr. fir Writ ft book that tells all about it, botli sent to would it do lo make a law prohibiting evcrywhero are recognizing the merit of ami louj;eiiit' Unuiial toR II. -Fowler, Traveling passenger Agent, ciiceemlnMitly (It t'icm for i:ivniit ru yon absolutely ftee by mail. When writ hip pockets? Or better, how would it and arc willing to give. expresilltr r U)n!iMl irtrlce. Vt'nic tice.y all tto d fools while sion to their judgment be cause a certain, ing kindly- - mention that you rend this do to kill thesa Free Reclin'ing Chair Cars Louisville to particular In ymir ent. Memphis ana Jicvr uricans. liberal oifer in Tlio Ilichmoua Cu tlioy are squabs? 'lhen they could absolute euro for catarrh is & public WM. A. KELL0ND, A. H. HANSON, not possibly b.ossom into murderers. good. All drcggi.ls tell MAX. A.G.P.A.,LoniavlIlo n mm low-dow- VA I Baking Powder 1 iNews and Opinions -- tttOFto" FOR SALE. The executor of Lee Jake "White, deceased, unci a lursaic jiriYaiciy uogut National Importance old-ma- itr The Sun Contains Both. Daily, by mail, We Don't Equitable Life - a year which lies immediately In Foxtown, t"hc balance is between the land of Wm. Bennett and Dudley Trlbble. Tlielattcr is in bluejp-atand has not been ploughed for thirty years. Address, 23U of Want a Cent Daily and Sunday, by mail, $8 a year John Box 259. G. Cole, Ex., Winchester. Ky. janl-2- m wanted For IS THE GREATEST SUNDAY NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD. Sa-- 5 Privately! g, o tkkiutoky. By mall, $2.00 a year. Price 5 cents a copy. I will offer for sale Trivatcly mv House nnil Address THE SUN. New York. Lot situated on tho corner of Noith and 7th Streets, back of A. R. Ilurn.im's property. Tho houf has seven rooms, cood cistern, stable and other necessity outbuildings; the lot contains about 'JCK0O feet. The price win be Frankfort reasonaoie zor caru. WILLIAM ENGLISH, In Effect December 5, 1S08 1 nov9-t- f Richmond, Ky. . DAILY EXOEPT SUNDAY. I I Mwd Mmy. p.m 7 6 8 5 Of your money unless you get value received for it. For that reason we are always glad to have you look around the store and learn how much better you can do here than anywhere else. 2 Oi) 2 .V 1 p.m. a.m Zl Agui-jald- o, 5 10 6 17 7 10 6 20 09 5 45 9 30 10 28 11 20 p.m. Lve. Itichmond .... Ar. 1 111 Winchester.. ." 11 Ar. Frankfoit 20 16 " " " FOR SALE! janll-l- Mavsville Georgetown Paris " 30 10 Lvc. "7 8 4i) 50 7 00 Ask for tickets via Paris. 4 28 A stock of General Merchandise. A 3 40 if sold at once. Best stand in county. bargain D. Z. & T. B. TAYLOR, Waco, Ky. J. R. NEWTON, Q. P. A. yYiViVr'iViVtVmViYiViVfV.isVf:ViVi YrJ. Bed-roo- m m STYLISH, RELIABLE? 5 ARTISTICZz - - g S: Zz Recommended by Leading A Dressmakers. 2 "ej- Aiwaya Picture Framin Wc are now receiving1 all of the new things in mould Suites... Maple, Mahogany, Golden and Antique Oak.... Njf Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds. Elegant Sideboards. Extension and Center Tables. 0dd Dressers. Chiffoniers. 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 citj Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Work Baskets, Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attractive additions to our business. you are a lover of beauty it will pay you to If call and my line of Framed Pictures, Medallions, &e. We also make a specialty of Bird's-Eye In - fXf. BAZAR fgsS : ' i f, J 2 -2 --- r " lo us One n stamp 2 direct r dealer d;s cnot keep them rml received. Address your nearest point NONE EETTER AT ANY PRICE rP"hcpatt 'nt arc nd in nearly every cm anj i..n n tit; I ruteil States. ' to-da- y : I :- THE AlcCALI. CGA1PANY, 138 to 146 W. 14th Street. New York; : ings and and and and lnuxrn - 189 rifth Ave.,offices and Chicago, 1051 Market St., San Francisco. i; 5; S: Picture nv, oak, and other woods mats-whi- te, in ebony, mahog way-befor- e MAGAZINEw r Brightest 1- Magazine Published 31-3- 0 - g " gonial s Hcauuiui oiorca i'uies. Illustrates Litest Patterns, Fash- - 2; ZM ions Fancy Work. 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Mais asd OunAi-sioii- , rtslVXMP,9VIVlrNMlMlk4VVrrftV'rlV - 'i John Thompson, ..while in, .WashingRichmond Climax. ton last week", cast this political horo. scope of Kentucky: Mrs. B. II, Keale is suffering from an The stars predict a Democratic vic- attack of grippe. -- Proprietor and Editor. A. f)SJ'lLLET' tory next fall. He says lion. P. Walt C C WOODS, Associate Editor. Mrs. Kichard Miller is visiting in Hardin will be..thej(Pemocratic nomiHuntsville, Ala. 1899. nee for Governor. The next LegislaWEDNESDAY. JAN. 18, Hon. Tyler Barnott, of Louisville, is ture will be Democraticiubnth branches, POBLISHKUXVEKY WKDNKSDAY BY according to the horoscope drawn by hero attending court. Miss Hood, of Lebanon, is tho guest the Colonel, and will elect tho Hon. I. The Climax Printing Co. C. S. Blackburn to the Senate. of Mrs. I. S. Irvine. 'Miss Lottie Farris has returned after Congress has authorized the presi ITRICE PIS It YKAlt, $1.50. dent to appoint twelve commissioners a visit to Lawronceburg. Mr. James Davis was in Louisville to represent the United States at the ANNOUNCEMENT Paris International' Exposition to be several days last week. FOR AUDITOR. Mr. Jako Collins returned Saturday held in 1900, and it( is understood that We are authorized to announce JOHN B. half of them will' be Democrats, the from a business trin south. CHBNAULT. of Madison county, a candidate (or tbe office of State Auditor, subject to the jest Republicans. A number of gentle Judge Beckner, of Winchester, is in action of the Democratic State Convention. men residing in different "states have the city attending court. been suggested aa suitable for these Mrs. Walters left yesterday for LouMcKixley did not side step quick places. Among thqm is our townsisville to bo gone several days. enough to avoid the blows of Hoar, man, McCrcary, who has been Miss Birdio Zaring is at homo from Mason, Yost and Bryan. recommended by somo of his former a delightful visit to Georgetown. Tun Stanford Journal was one of the calleagues in Congress. Dut Mr. Miss Suo Iiumo will visitMiss Esther has not filed it personal applica low papers in this section to givo space tion with tho president for the appoint Burnam at Frankfort next week. to the great Chicago speech of Jlr. mcnt. Mrs. Mary Herndon Logan is quite ttryiui. ill of pneumonia at the Glyndon. Touching ou prohibition Gov. Stan-loMr. Fifiemj, of Vonnont. in refusing The Ladies Musical Club was enterKansas, says the law has been ina Senatorship probably had in mind differently enforced, that as a political tained by Miss Lynn last Wednesday. (Juny and Hanlia, and concluded it was Mr. C. E. Smith returned Sunday question it has run its course, and as better to koop out of bad company. from a business trip to tho mountains. The PERSONAL. -- . ex-Go- v. y and Miss Daisy Russell Campbell will be agreeably surprised with this, the first public announcement of their engagement. They will be married next Wednesday, Jan. 25, at 1:30 p. in., at the homo of tho bride's mother, Mrs. Harriett Campbell, on Fifth street The attendants will be Miss Mary Campbell and Mr. Sam Bales. Rev. Jasper K. Smith will probably perforin the ceremony, after which Mr. and Mrs. Deatherage will leave on a bridal lour. Ala. reputation for their general excellence. also at the Academy Sec his announcement in this paper Ho 'subsequently rented landyear 1834 farming, but in tho and givo the goods a trial. Winches-to- r began inmerchandising al Newmarket, Democrat. Ala., which ho followed two years, Stanford has a genuine "Cyrano de when, on account of tho Henry Clay bankrupt law, ho failed in business. Bergerac" in tho person of John Ho then moved toTonnesseo and again If you don't beliovo it, look engaged in farming for ten years, after years ago, at his nose since a boil has got tho bet- which in 1817, o.r Mrs. John A. Haldeman, lie came to Dallas county, settling in ter of it precinct No. 4. In 1830 he bought 502 Miss Jean Buchanan and John and acres ol ;iand, but later sold seventy Burch Buchanan, grand children, and acres for $30 an aero and aiterward Miss Jean Bruco Hademan, great grand bought two acres back, giving therefore $12,500. daughter of Mrs. Sallie Ann Higgins, son county, He was married in MadiAlabama, in 1838 to came up from Louisville to attend her beth Waddy, a native of that Elizastate, burial. Stanford Journal whoso ancestry ou ono 'side is traceable back to the Cherokee Indians, noblest Friends of Mr. James B. Dcatherage specimen of their race. By this marand'tsn-gaged Vol. '.'notice..' Dozier som& false-wor- k It was found by Mr. during a rise in tho rivor and while hovwas assisting In removing How' far did It Hoat? If you" want to see r I I at Danville, Tenn. M.Mc-Robert- s. fifty-tw- o pretty girls, fast known as smart Alecks, and bo treated to the best the country affords in the way of mud and water, visit us whilo the last two named neJay Ell Ess. cessities last. boys,.the-latte- Are you married ? to any particular house, if so get a, divorce and buy where you can get the BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY. Come to my store and convince yourself of the wonderful reduction in Wraps, Dress Goods, Underwear, "Wool Hosiery, Blankets, Comforts and Notions of all kinds. Tho man who lives for self is not missed when ho dies. I mean y, MARRIED. FomiES-BAitNE- S. Cassius M. Forbes and Mrs. Talitha Barnes wero married yesterday at 5 p. m., at Will Barnes', near Bed Hous Rev. S. A. Owen officiating. The bride is an excellent lady, widow of James Barnes. The groom is a faithful citizen, well liked, sober aud industrious. They will livo on Al Williams' fa rain car Red House. As wo remarked last week the leadors realizo that imperialism moans the knocking of somed'agged aii holes in the Chinese high tariff wall. Wiibub are the imperialists, expansionists, or colonistb? Where is George Davison aud Tom Adams? The latter two aro still true to their guns, but the rest have retreated gone iu out of the rain. y, tr Dm you ever see a old in a zoological pardon, say "poor pussy and attempt to stroke the wild cat in the cage? "When the Americans sUumpt tojtnko charge of tho Fillipinos they will have a whole nation of wild-'cat- s on tlmir hands. Gen. Forrester's Free Press (Republican). woll-meanin- lady an economic one should command earnest attention. He says the law has been a settled policy iu tho state for eighteen years, the wisdom of it he will not discuss, but belieycs that whatever failure iu enforcing tho law has existed is due mainly to the metropolitan police sys tern, which he declares a "failure, scan dal and disgrace." Ho says the law should be equally enforced with all others, and tho metropolitan polico system has failed to meet tho expectations of its friends and its abolition meets with his approval. Mr. Norris, representing Belknap & Co., of Louisville, was iu tho city Fri- Tub southern people would thank Mc vinley to let tho confed- ornto dead alono. If he desires to do something of benefit to tho country, let him count the graves of the Federal dead and cut olf the lHjnsions of nil President soldiers who have been buried over twenty-fiv- e yirs. Cynthiana Demo crat. The current issue of Life, New York, contains a cartoon that tolls a story. A Filipino man aud a Hawaiian woman are seen standing under an Ameii" flag, guarded by a soldier. A a liquor bottle labeled protruding from his "civilisation" pocket, points to tho pair and says, "I see your finish " can blanket Indian, It is a caution the way one llepubli can editor with courago and conscience goes for the administration. General Forrester, editor of the Louisville Free Press, eays: "In short we can gain nothing by taking the J'hillipines: we are under no obligations to take them: but McKin ley thinks it will cater to tho popular demand and make it easier for Mark Hanna to get him renominated, so he is willing to abandon policies and principles of a century of national succcrs and prosperity and launch the country upon a treacherous and untried ocean of expansion, so that he may bo applauded by the thoughtless rabble. And so McKinloy who was so opposed to expansion that six months ago he wrote his fool mossage pledging this country not to annex Cuba, is now grabbing for sovereignty over worthless possessions on the opposite side of the world." day. Mr. Lacy Moffet is spending soveral days with his brother, Harry Moffet, at C. U. Hon. C. J. Bronston is in tho city on legal business and will remain several days. Mr. Robert Thornton, a prominent Lexington lawyer, was in the city last week. Mr. James Blanton, of "Winchester, is spending the week hero, attonding court. Miss Anna McKcnna, of Lexington, wiis tho guest last weo of Miss Annie McKee. Mr. and Mrs. "William Boone, of Louisville, (ire the guests of Mrs. J. Stone "Walker. About The Electric Lights. Mr. Spreatly, a wealthy New York dealer, was in town Tuesday buying horses. Misses Mary Little and Julia Higgins arc tho guests of Miss Sprinkle, of Culpepper, Va. Mrs. C. E. Smith returned Saturday from a two weeks visit to friends at Nicholasville. Miss Mattie Rosley, of Stanford, is the guest of Dr. H. C. Jasper and wife, on R road way. Miss Jennio McCormack lias returned to Paint Lick after a visit to friends in South Carolina. Mrs. I. Shelby Irvine entertained at dinner on last Wednesday iu honor of her sister, Miss Hood. Mirs Laura Lynn will leve Friday for Tenu., where she will spend the remainder of the winter. Wo aro glad to see Mrs. Eugenia Hume and family at their old home ou Lancaster avenue again. Mr. J. W. Smith left Tuesday the lOtln for Benoit, Miss., to attend tho sale of James Bichardson, deceased. Miss Kate Blanton will leave shortly for Montgomery. Alabama, to be the guests of Miss Annie Pearson. Mrs. Laura Thompson, of Mt. Sterling, arrived yesterday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Neale Bennett. Mr. Jess Leasley, of Bourbon county, was the guest of his brother, Mr. It. !N. Bcasley, of Paint Lick, last week. Dr. Giles Harris and wife, of Mis souri, who havo been visiting friends here, have moved to Speedwell to live. Mrs. T. E. Baldwin, who has been yisiting her daughter, Mrs. Brittain, at Annapolis, Md., returned home last Gazette. The exchange is wrong. Admiral Sampson was present at the surrender, just as he was at Cervera's. The engagement was some time before Cyn thiaua Democrat. Is This The President's Policy," imploringly atks the Commercial Tribune. 2o, it is not the President's policy it is somebody eiso's policy, for Mc never had but two policies, one a life insurance policy, the other his stroke to catch the South through the He is a President without a Mlicy. Else tho Commercial Tribune would not bo asking its questions at this late day. The probablo issues on which the An exchnuge cogently remarks that next national ctmipaign will bo con''Sampson's daughter married last tested, are thus set forth by Hon. J. M. week, and this time the Admiral was Hoad, momber of the National Demo present at tho engagement." Greenup cratic Committee from Tennessee: "In my opinion no other name than that of William Jennings llryan will be considered by tho Tennessee Demo cracy, and its delegates to next national convention will undoubtedly be instructed to vote for him, no matter what the issues of the campaign may bo. There will he several issues, foremost among them being that of finan cial reform, beginning with the free coinage of silver at a ratio of 10 to 1, and opposing banks of issue. Another feature will be tho question of opposition to government by injunction and tho encroachments of tho Federal judiciary. Tho regulation and control of trustsand monopolies, and, if necessary, governmental ownership of them, will be tho issue Then thero is the ques tion of constitutional amendment favoring an income tax- - and abolishing all life tonure of olllce. There will bo raised the question of opposition to the policy of converting a war started in the interest of humanity into a war of conquest and to the acquisition of territory not contiguous to our own and absolutely unsuited to our defense. The military reputations of the heroes of tho skirmish with Spain, wherein loss than 300 men wero killed and moro than 2,000 allowed to die in our own camps from neglect, will not survivo any very great length of time to their credit. I do uot.think 'the man on hoiseback' has yet made his appearance." d Superintendent Frank H. Adair informs tho Climax that ho will run the dynamos day and night, supplying not only light at all times but power for running machinery of all kinds. Tho incandescent lights, each of which will bo of power, will cost one cent each per hour during use, one light being abundant for each private apartment. It is understood that it will cost practically little or nothing t to "wire" a house so that tho maybe cheaply and quickly introduced anywhere. The work of erecting poles has begun and we understand, for the present, two hundred and twenty will be put e novelty of 'arc" lights- - will also be witnessed as soon as the plant can beerected, in about, ninety days. The Council has ordered two of these power "arc" lights to bo suspended on Main street, in front of court square, one at First street the other at Second. Mr. Adair says he has every assurance of success, and that he will not only have abundant light and power for ali who may apply, but that he expects tho dentists to operate their lathes, seamstresses their machines, printing offices their papors. etc., etc., by the electric power which he will furnish as cheap as it is supplied in Cincinnati, that being one of tho express conditions upon which the Council granted the company its rights. now-lighup-Th1200-cand- le riage thero was ono child, Charilus, who married and settled in the Cherokee nation, in the Indian Territory. He was a gallant colonel in the confederate array from Texas, and was known as Crill Miller. His mother died in Alabama in IS35 and in 1837 the subject of this sketch married Minerva Barnes She died in 1856, after having five children, viz: Alouzo, who died in 1855, Martha, who married W. C. Leonard, of Kaufman county; Mary, who became the wife of Mr. Guess; Elizabeth, who married John Edmonson, and Luson, who married Dr. Ewing, of this city. In 1860 Mr. Miller chose for his third wife Mrs. Madison M. Miller, of Dallas. Threo children were tho result of this marriage, Charles, J. H.,and Minnie Miller, the latter the wife of State Sena tor Phil Barry Miller, of this city. years de"For more than forty-fiv- e ceased was engaged in farming in Dallas count' and were recognized as one of the leading and progressive citizens of the community. Of late years, owing to advanced age and feeble health, he lod a quiet life, leaving the rpannge-meof his farm to his children. In politics ho was an uncompromising Democrat and had begun voting the ticket upward of seventy years ago. He was a southerner of the old regime, and the hospitality of days was a feature of life at the 'old hpme-steawhich is located five miles south of Dallas. Ho lived to the ripe old age of 01 years and died respected by all who knew him." nt ante-bellu- FF WILLI, 1 Sole agents for the Celebrated Fine Knot Coal. None genuine bnt ours. No slack, no clinkers. Try it andbe convinced. NearR. N. I.&B. depot. Telephone 21. DON'T FORGET as That our line of Men's Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best in the' city- - I also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls. My stock of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only a few prices that are now making them go : Blankets, 10-- for 38c. to $5.00. Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50c. Ladies' Vests, 15c. and up. at 8 a ft Ladies' Hose, 19c. Spool Cotton, lc. and up. 4, Creditors Notice! All persons knowitiE themselves indebted to the estate of the late Dr. J. M. Foster will come forward at once and settle or else accounts will be sued on. J. C. CHENAULT, Janl8-t- f Atty. for Mrs. J. M. Foster. All-wo- ol .. 100-Yar- d d.' Deafness Cannot He Cnred. ChicagS. oct28-lby local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the oar. There is only ono way to euro deafness and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of tho mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is I have two Btav cows in mv pos? ession which entirely closed deafness is the result, I will driver to owner tipbn proper proof of and unless the inflamation can be ta- uwnersmp aim payment 01 expenses, x ucsiro to give legal notice of the above facts. ken out and this tube lestored to its NORMS BROS., Stock Pens. normal condition, hearing will be dejanll-2stroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an ineamod condition of tho mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any caso of Dealness (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free, F. J. Cheney icco., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hali's Family Pills aro tho best, lm m ACTIVE SOLICITOUS WANTED EVEItY for "The Story or the Philippines" by Murat Halstcad, commissioned by the Government as Official Historian to the War Department. The book was written in army camps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with General Merritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu. In Hong Koni;, in the American trenches at Manila, in the insurgent camps with on the deck of the Olyrapia with Dewey, and in tbe roar or battle at the fall of Manila. Bonanza for agents. Brimful of original pictures taken by froverment photographers on the spot Large book. Low prices. Big profits. Freight paid. Credit given. Drop alt trashy unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address, P. T. Barber, Sec'y , Star Insurance Bldge., Afral-jaMo, a sa Yards Lace, 5c. Handkerchiefs, le. and up. Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up. iirown Cotton, 60. per yard. Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. 12 Spool Silk, 5e. Overcoats, $2.50 and up. Always watch for my. advertisement, I can save you money. 38te.s Stores. Bstray Cows. X0WE yfi? main anu isu dts. NIcKEE, Kiclimond, Ky. aSi- CORRESPONDENCE. Delayed. (Estill County! IRVINE. Great ments offered. Semi-annual Master Burton Smith returned from Paris Wednesday. Mr. Bowman, of Canada, who has rented the Conroy houso in East Irvine, arrived Friday witli his wifo and two wear. CLEAEING SALE is now going on and great induceAVe want to close out everything that pertains to winter This is our inducement: p m 1 Killed in Far Off Oregon. children. Tin: Silver Night "Watchman, the greatest exponent of Democracy iu America, with the view of obtaining the sentiment of the party as to the iu 1800, choice for our standard-heare- r lias addreg&jd letters to the mombers of the National Democratic Committee from each of the States and Territories. The replies are almost unanimous for our great leader, William J. Bryan, and fur the Chicago platform. makes us feci mighty good to see Col. James W. Cnporton's name mon-t'.onwool-pullir.wire-pullin- g Friday. Tho Stanford Journal notes the pres ence in that place of Rev. I. B. Timber-lak- e, who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hobert S. Lytic. Hons. James D. Black and AV. R. Black, of Barborurville, aro m this city. James D. Black is an uncle of Attorney S. It. B. Black, of this city. Miss Olivia Baldwin will leave next week for Annapolis, whero she will spend the remainder of the winter with her sister, Mrs C. B. Brittain. Mr. S. Dcatherago lias sold his farm ou Tates Creek and moved to town. He says he is at homo to his friends, on tho corner of 7th and High street. Mr. Green Clay, of Cincinnati, was welcomed home for a brief stay last week. Ho is practicing law in tho Queen City, and is succeeding nicely. Mrs. Rettio Chenault and daughter, Miss Emily, left last Tuesday for Washington where they will spend tho remainder of tho winter aud the spring months. Tho second of a scries of dauce3 to be given by the C. U. Cotilion Club will take place at the Masonic Temple Friday evening. Quite a number of invitations havo been sent out and it prom ises to bo a brilliant affair. Fifty of Richmond representative men met at Mr. Rhodes Shackelford's office Thursday evening for tho purpose of organizing a German Club. Mr. R. W. Miller' was made president, aud the first of tho sories will occur early next month. Mrs. C. D. Chonault was hostess at an informal luncheon, Thursdoy. Those present: Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Shackelford, Mrs. John White, Mrs. J. W. It favorably for governor. In these days of and it would be a great relief to see a man nominated against whom absolutely nothing moan or disrespectful couhl bo said. Let tho Republicans WHY CHENAULT SHOULD WIN. nominate Colonel Cupcrton, the Democrats select an equally clean man and This section of our state has never lets have one more reco run on that yet had propor representation in the s high plane which or brag of having iu their day. lmcastor division of state offices, and .unless wo are wido awake the next state govern Record. mcnt is likely to be unrepresented by an official from this section. The only chance wc see to get in a candidate is to pin our faith to John 15. Chenault, of Richmond, for auditor and fight for him to the finish. The office is a most important one to the tax payers of the Lexington, Ky. state, and iu no section should the people be so deeply interested in tho selection of a competant man to fill the position as the people of the mountains. The farmers of Eastern Kentucky, who have in tho past been discriminated against, owe it to their own interests to see that the best man, aud a man from our end of tho state, if possible, shall be elected. Mr. Chennult's experience among tho financiers of the state, the Full of Seasonable, Sensa-bl- e fact that ho is a resident of the "cast Hints for the home end," and his instinctive devotion to and its comforts We our interests especially tommend him have beautified many par- to the consideration of tho citizens of lors during the last, few this section, aud he ought to go to the weeks and have'nt many state convention with the solid vote of Lexington, to suits .loft. Here are a every county cast of to win is to get say the" least. The way the few of them: start and keep it; or, as old John Har- por used to say, "run from eend to A mahoganv oend." Mr. Chonault now has the frame, covered in silk start, and if his constituents will but Damask that was 6tick to him he is bound to win, and S2750. ,stkk wo must. Hazel Green Herald. A i C'27 FA A O piecc mahogany tpDZ.dU frame suit, covered hi tapestry, beautiful dMcration on back that was $15 60. Rev. H. B. Huntsman, of Lexington A overstuff Iliblo College, will preach at Mt. Pleassuit in Damnsk. ant church next Sunday. Ilev. T. Q. Martin, of Winchestor, will preach at same place tho following Sunday. grand-daddie- C.F. Brower&Co in Wc aro requested by Mrs. Curran C. Smith, of this city, end Mrs. G. A. Lackey, of Lancaster, to noto the death of J. W. Williams, in Astjria, Oregon. Deceased is a descendant of Archibald Woods, a pioneer of. Madison county, and thereby related to the Smiths, Goodloes and others of this city and couuty. Mr. AVilliams was a mau of great intelligence and personal popularity. The county of which Astoria is the county seat is one of tho strongest Republican counties in the Slate. Mr. Williams was a Democrat, but his personal popularity carried hiin through to success in a race for tiie office of Register of Dee.is three years ago. At the last election ho was chosen Sheriff. A lew days ago Sheriff Williams was called upon to mako the arrest of a man by the name of Wiltard, who had the reputation of being one of tho most lesporate characters in the State. The resicenco of State Senator Ful-to- n at Astoria had been robbed, and circumstances pointed to Willard as the guilty party. Sheriff Williams accom-pauic- d by two deputies and Senator Fulton, proceeded to the houso of Willard to make the arrest. Thoy met a warm reception. As thoy entered the house Willard opened fire on the posse killing Williams aud one of tho deputies, and wounding the other. Senator Fulton, who is said to be a man of iron nerve, wai in the thickest of the affray. The three men were shot down at his side, but a bullet from his revolver killed the desperado. Deceased leaves a mother and four brothers, all of whom reside at St. Joseph, Mo. His niothor resides at 2735 Penn street, that city, to whom is tho sympathy of many Kentucky friends. Death of Tho Pioneer ol Dallas County Texas. Mr. W. W. Watts, just homo from Mr. C. D. Miller spont several days in Irvine last week. Wo wero delighted toseo him. He is known as one of our best young men. Thursday we were rejoicing because a boat load of coal had lauded heie. but that night it sprung a leak and sank before morning. Irvine is very quiet this week. All who were visiting here during the holidays have returned to their respective homes. Tho soldier 'boys have to duty. The public school closed Saturday afternoon. Mr. Edward Cornish "will begin a subscription school February 6. All his pupils like him very much and wc predict a large attendance. Mr. Goorge Vaughn left Irvine Mon day afternoon. As he is now attending tho Ixjxington Business Collego wc suppose his visits to Irvine will not bo as frequent as they have beon. Mr. Joo Wagers entertained a number of friends one day this week and all enjoyed themselves immensely. Joo enjoyed his two weeks vacation very much. Ho has returned to'K. W. C." Rev. W. B. Ragan held his quarterly meetings at Irvino Saturday and Sunday, but a sovere attack of grippe prevented his going to his next appointment, which was filled by Rev. lidward Allen. Willie Miller left Fridav for Tenn-cssewhere he has tho pleasure of being witli his sister, Mrs. J. J. Newport, and will also tako advantage of five years of college life. He has our best wishes. Mr. Grayam rented the property of the Gardnor heirs and lias been having it papered, painted and repaired. He with roturncd from Canada, his family and is now occupying his new home. Messrs. R. M. Bergman and W. P, Williams have returned from a visit to Frankfort and Lexington. From the way the faces ol these young mon are beaming witli smiles and from the strict way they are attonding to basinets we would judgo things are getting -o, en's and Young Men's Suits. ? 5.00 7.00 7.50 8.00 10.00 12.00 13.50 15,00 ! Knee Pant Suits, & Suits 1 off, now Suits i off, now Suits off, now Suits i off, now Suits i off, now Suits i off, now Suits i off, now Suits i off, now - ' $ 3.75. 5.25 "$2.00 2.50 5.65 ) 3.00 G.00( 7.50. 9 4.00 v 5.00 0.00 i COO 10.15 j 7.50 ( H-25- Suits off. Suits i off, Suits i off, Suits off, Suits off, Suits off, Suits off, - now now now now now now now .$1.50 . 1.90 . 2.25 . 3.00 . 3.75 . 4.50 . 5.G5 5s ni Mi Men's himi T3 A "KT'T'sl One-fourt- $ G.00 7.50 10.00 12.00 15.00 18.00 One-fourth Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats off , now.$ 4.50 off, .now. 5.G5 off , now. 7.50 off, now. 9.00 off, now. 11.25 off, now. 13.50 i The Celebrated Dutchess Pants. h Ten Cents for a Button. "0ne Dollar for a Rip. HATS! $1.00 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.50 3.00 HATS! off, off, off, off, off, off, off, BRATED Off on all our CELEEMERSON SHOES. ,..?2.05 ... 3.75 $3.50 Emerson Shoes J off, now 5.00 Emerson Shoes J oil, now celebrated pants. $2.00 Pants off, now $1.50 2.50 Pants off, now 1.90 3.00 Pants off, now 2.25 ". . . 1.25 Pants off, now 95 2.00 Tiger Brand, Corduroy Pants off, now 1.50 4.00 Pants off, now 3.00 4.50 Pants off, now 3.40 5.00 Pants off, now 3.75 off on these justly Hats Hats Hats Hats Hats Hats nats 1-- 4 4 4 1-- 1-- 1-- 4 1-- 4 4 4 1-- 1-- now now now now now now now $ 75 95 1.15 1.30 1.50 1.90 2.25 COLORED SHIRTS. S 50 Colored Shirts 1 00 Colored Shirts 1.50 Colored Shirts 1- -4 oil. now... oil", oh", nov. ...$ .... 38 75 1- -4 now.. ..... 1.17 ne-fau- rth 01 on all Our Other Makes! OE SHOES. X 1-- $ 50 Gloves GLOVES ! 1-- $1.25 Shoes J.oO 4 1.75 Shoes 2.00 Shoes rf.UU Shoes 1-- 4 4 1-- off, now.. now off, now off, now olr, now off, now off, now off, now off. now off, now off, now off, Gloves 1.50 Gloves LOO $ 95 2.50 - l.lo Perrin off, now off, now 4 off, now Gloves 4 off, now 1-- 4 ; ss 1-- 4 1-- 75 1.15 1.90 1.30 1 1.70 X buoes r-- 4 serious. Miller. Klffglll! Me ssage Texas, gave The Climax a copy of the Dallas, Texas, News, Jan. 5, containing a large picture of William B. MiIler,"Tho Pioneer of Dallas County," together with a notice of his death At At 3Q ou sell off the odd pieces. You can buy them very cheapi S PECIALBARGATNS This; week-iExtension Tables and Sideboards. n This is an annual event every year in January we CFiBrower&Co ! main'andjjbroadway, Lexington, Ky. in Smith, Mrs. J. "W. Caperton, Mrs. Thos. rhelps, Miss Hood and Mrs. I. Shelby Irvine. Mis3 Willis, of Richmond, is visiting hor brother, Dr. T. N. Willis and family Miss May Escott lias returned from a delightful visit to Miss Blanton at Richmond. Miss Escott will leave in a few days for Greenville, Miss , to spond tho balance ol tho winter. Shelby Sentinel. Dr. D. L. Riugo, of New York, has been extensively entertained during his visit to various friends in this city. Dr. Ringo is a great social favorite in both Now York and Lexington. Lexington Herald. Dr. Ringo succeeds Dr. Ed TuitNEK In Mexico, Missouri, Jan- Wines as prescriptlonlst at Douglas & uary 5, 1899, Samuel Turner, aged 30 Well drug Btore. years. Deceased was born in Madison Dr. It. M. Phelps, who has practiced county, Ky., March 18, 1818. After medicine here tho past year and made reaching manhood he moved to Boone many friends during his sojourn, has county, Missouri. living in decided to movo to Paducah, Alter where ho Boone county for some time he re- will form a partnership with' Dr. to Kentucky, where ho "resided Cicero Eubanks, formerly of turned this coununtil about forty years ago, when ho ty. Stanford Journal. went . to Audrain, settling thrco miles south of Mexico, where he lived until Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walters, tho arseven years ago, when ho moved to tists, are now at Richmond. They aro first class people, and the citizens of Mexico. Mr. Turner had been married four times, his last wife surviving him. Richmond will tako their work Judgo J. Q. Ward, of Bourbon, will, we By his second wife there wero born understand, soon go to tho City of Mexthreo children. Curtis Turner and Mrs. ico for tho benefit of his health- - CynMattio Williams, of Kansas City, and thiana Democrat. Mrs. Allie Cowan, of Benton City. Ho Mr. Fred A. Miller, the hue'tling cigar loft pno brother, John) of Sturgeon. manufacturer of Richmond, was inJlte Columbia, Mo., Herald. city yesterday looking after business Unbelief puts up the' bars when truth interests. He makes only tho finest goes hunting. . brands and they bavo acquired a big . RELIGIOUS. DEATHS Inasmuch as tho deceased was closely related to the Millers.of this countjyind was born here, the following extracts will be of interest: "Mr. William B. Miller, one of the pioneers of Dallas county, died yester day at the 'old homestead,' south of Oak Cliff. He was one of the ancient landmarks of Dallas county, was known as 'Undo Billy Miller and in the days bofore the war owned a large number of slaves and a largo tract of land. In fact was a large land owner at tho time of his death. 'Undo Billy Miller, James M. Patterson and Judge Hord of Oak Cliff have been regarded of late years as the three surviving pioneers of the north Texas of other days. Tho triumvirate was shattered yesterday when Mr. Miller passed away." Tho following facts are cleaned from tho 'History of Dallas County,' published in 1892: William B. Miller, a pioneer of Dallas county, was bord In Madison county, Kentucky, in 1807, the second of seven cliuuren born to John and Mary Brown Miller, native of Kentuckv. The father moved to Madison county, Aiauama, in ibis ana opened up a farm and his death occured In that state in ibbi. lils wife survived him until nf iur mc war u iinam n .Miller was reared to farm hfo and educated iu the public schools of Madison countv and ones had their fancy work while the others played crokinolc. The young ladies claim thoy enjoyed tho "her party." Let us hope they did for we men can not say so much. Saturday morning Mis Will Park received a telegram stating that her mother, Mrs. Win. Poynter, had bid her loved ones and friends farewell and had gone to meot her other loved ones in a homo where there is everlasting joy and happiness. Mrs. Park left immediately for Bardstown to bo present at the interment, tho last token of love and duty we can show those near and dear to us. Our sincere sympathy is with tho family. Correspondent will please sign their name to items each wcok. Same will be withheld from publication. Ed. A' number of our young ladios spent tho day last week' "with Miss Maude The industrious $ 50 Underwear 1.00 Underwear 1.25 Underwear 1.50 Underwear 2.00 Underwear 2.50 Underwear 3.00 Underwear TJHDEEWEAE. 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 2.2ot m nn T 0-- 38: I5 ; 1.15 1.90 95 f 4 4 1.50 X 2.25 - 1-- 1-- 4 now X Trunks Trunks Trunks Trunks Trunks Trunks G.00 Trunks 7.50 Trunks S.00 Trunks 2.25 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 5.00 m x i uiiiva TRUNKS , j.1-- - un, jiuw 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 now now now now now now off, now off, now off, now off, off, off, off, off, off, Sl.DU 1.70 1.90 2.25 2.G5 '. 3.00 3 75 4.50 .' . 5.(55 g.00 This great sale will not last long- as the prices we make will soon reduce our stock, JSow is the time for all those that need anything for immediate use or for later use to buy. This is strictly a one-fourt- h off sale. VALLEY VIEW -- Mrs. Jack Houp, .is very low with fever. Mrs. John Brock is on tho sick list. W. J. Roberts, ot London, was in tho city Monday. The Kentucky river was on the rampage a few days lust wcok. E. F. Masters bought from S Liza Baker, a house and lot in Valley View. The Barker Cedar Co. received agood number of logs tho past week and will begin sawing Miss Lela Harris, who successfully taught tho public school at this place last fall begun a five months term here lat Monday. Tho h'outhcrn Lumber Co. received about thirty thousand logs on the recent Awarded rise in Kentucky river. They began Highest Honors World 's Fair, oporation Monday, giving employment to a great many men. Our streets can get muddier and get drier than any streets in any town. Our river gets higher and falls lower than any other river. Wo have uglier and meaner mon than any town in the country. We have bettor lookintr men and better people than any other man's town. Our women, heaven bless thorn. aro sweeter, havo bigger hearts, wear shoes three sizes too small forthem.make more fussabout what they don'tget than ahy women anywhere. Albert Dozlor, of this place, is in receipt of a Iotter from his brother, Robert Dozier. stationed at Dniivillp. Tenn., in wh'c'i the former sends a note ho round in a half tnnt bottle in the Tenncsbce river. It was written on a a cigarette wrapper and worded as folMOST PERFECT MADE. "Augusts!), 189S. Thlsh from A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret' lows: from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant the 2d. Missouri soldiers ou the way to Lexington. Droimed Bridcrenorr. Aln. 40 YEARS THE STAKPARD. from N. C.&S. & L. train.' 2d. Mo. H. l STRENGJ You tell your folks that when in need of anything in Uiq Hardware, Tinware or Stove line, not to stop until they get to the Old Reliable House of D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO 1f They are now buyingfor And receiving the Largest and Most Complete Stock (for tho Spring trade), that ever came to Richmond, lhey have had a life-tim- e experience in the hardware business and they think thev know thn nwinte's ,vants. a hey are prepared to. sell you anything in the hardware line for less money than roxx can get the rHwUUoUJ,yUOlu xuw wuu yuu ure noc trading wiui s. uo., just keep your hand on your rabbit Tint, CASH, 7mm.-- say NJi' IN. nun vrmv ovo nftnlnrl Fm hAAo W W W W W W vA 1 D. B. Shackelford & Co. t Underbill, the Impersonator. Will Be a Candidate. TOO n But SPECIAL SALES every day until after Now Year. Our business has been phenomenal and, we are very thankful to the public, and take this opportunity of wishing each and every one V TO QUOTE I .PRICES .Many of my Democratic friends hav- ing expressed a desire to vote for me, and having solicited me to make the race for County Clork, I desire to say at the proper time I will be a candidate for said office. I bee pardon for this premature announcement, hut as the I am boys have forced handshaking in order, ready to do anil receive my part. The Busy Bee Cash Store jS' Respectfully, J esse Coon, Waco, Celebration ol Lee's Birthday. y s 7 .27 vs' Z S7 Z? i ' S Ky. MERRY CHR 8TMA8 AN D A HAPPY When you need NEW YEAR. Boots,, jimp anything in m a mum 1 Remembering the delightful exercises Inst year, commemorating tlio birthday of Gen. Robert E. Lee, it should not be difficult to secure a crowded evening when court house the natal day of the Great Commander is again celebrated. There will he music, addresses, charades, refreshments, nil for 25 cent8, the proctedsto he dovoted to needy soldiers. Following is the program: Eulogy on General Lee. Instrumental music. Address "The Confederate Soldier and Ins Commander." Solo. Sends Greetings to their many Friends and Patrons, wishing them a happy and prosperous Hew Year for 1899 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 1891), and they can promise their customers many rare bargains in all lines carried by them during the year. H yard-wide MOTTO UNDERBUY, UNDERSELL, CASH ! Charade AND 207 WEST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, company! KY Quartette. Readiug is after death wemeaE-ur- e men." Musi- c- Dixie. This will be followed by a Social and Camp fire lunch, Confederate style. Au admission .fee of 23 cents will bo charged. The proceeds to aid destitute Confederate Veterans and their 'It Look out for our announcements in the local papers and circulars. Thev will always contain something to interest you, and our "LOW CASH PRICES" will save you mone'. Our first offerings for the New Year will bo nice IHenched Cotton, no dressing 4c yard; Hope Bleached Cotton, Londsdale finish, Gc yard ; GrecnTicket 3.ondsdale Bleached Cotton, 0c yard ; fruit of tho loom Wenched Cotton, Cc yard ; Mnsouvillc Blenched Cotton, iGeynrd; best 10-- 4 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting, 15c yard; .good 10-Unbleached Sheeting, 12c yard; good yard-wid- e .Drown Cotton, 3Jc yard; nice Sea Island yard-widDrown Cottou, 4c yard; AAA Trion Mills Drown Cotton, e Customers are not limited as to tho quantity of their purchase. We have our ware rooms full of all kinds of domestic goods and as long as these special prices are named on them customers can buy what thev want. "Wo will ofler good calicoes at .'Mc; Ameiicnn indigo blue calico, 4c; new red calicoes, best'hrands, 4c; American shirtinirs, new styles, 3Jc; Simpson's black and mourning prints, 4c. The best smoker, the Proctor Knott dear. Ale yard. The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18, Dr. llobson, Dentist. -- -- Underbill, Proctor Knott Oigar. For Sale, milch cow and calf. Neff For & Million, 1S99. WE AIM To have our Clothinjr the best that can be made. That is why vou get here more value lor your monev than elsewhere. "We are Showing Some Beautiful Fercalles Wo have just placed on sale the largest line of JHainburgs, Laces, and Embroidery, ever shown in tho city. This line contains all the new things in Nansook Embroideries, Jaconet Embroideries, Swiss Embroideries, imalch sets of all kinds, hand and machine made Ibices of .all kinds. Our buyers have made a specialty of this line .and nothing has been left undone to make this department one of the most important factors in our immense "business. at 5 Cents. en- fine Jersey particulars call at this ollicc. A janl8-2- t Underhill. Landslide Delays Train. Undorhill, The R. X. I. & I), noon train of Vri- The last of the day was delayed by a heavy landslide. at cotut house. it linden's, near Million. The load For one week only, I'.est Granulated Sugar, 18 lb SI U. Deatherage & Co. was blocked for hours. We wish to call your attention to tho fact that all Chas J. Bronslon. The recont high waters did consid prices named on Bleached Cottons and all domestic are We have just received a new lot of American Lady Hon C. J. Bronston will address the erable damage to farms around Red subject to change without notice, so tako advantage of and Featherbone Corsets. These aro the most comfortaLaw Class of Central University MonJ this opportunity. Buy your spring cottons while you House. ble fitting corsets shown to the trade. Try one. can get extremely low prices on them. GENERAL MILES. day, Jan. 2.", 7:80, p. in. Subject: -- Host Standard Tomato, 31b can, 8 Republic and IIow to Angers of the Removals. Take any of our SUITS and OVERCOATS at $12.50 We havo some special good things iu Ladies Jackcents each, 85 cents dozen. K. Reather-ag- e tVvert Them." Pu'olic is invited to at AVe arc showing some special good things inTablo Mr. W. E. Muncey has moved his ets and Capes left that we aro closing out at justonc half & Co. Linens and quotum special prices on them for a short tend, free. the original price. If interested call and seo them. family into tho Jack Freeman property, and they have the set and" stj'le of Merchant Taitime. If inteiested ask to see this line when you como in. Electric light polos aro boing The Last and Best. lately vacated by Rev. Mr. Lloyd. work. lor's erected about the city. There will be The leading feature and the last of Mrs. R. L. Gentry has rented the 220 put up. Our S UITS and OVERCOATS at $8.00 received the tho winter lecture Course, will occur house on Fifth street, lately occupied 'We are Agents for the "Topay" Brand of Hosiery. Ask to see when yon come in, The It. & II. Asparagus, none bet- this evening at the court house, where by Mr. Muncey, and has moved into it. same care and thought in tailoring as the higher ter, 25 cents a can,' for this week only. Charles Underbill, the incomparable Mr. A. D. Miller and family will board grades. Every thread of warp and woof is of pure Impersonator from Now York, will with thoin. E. Deathorage fc Co. All winter goods have felt the keen edge of our cold steel and prices have been made told the boards. wool. First Time In Thirty Years. Rallard Bros., of Whites Station, on winter Boots and Shoes, winter Overcoats and Clothing, Blankets and Comforts, FlanEnjoying a Good Beginning. shipped a car load of cattle over the The mail from Union City failed 16 nels, etc., that is bound to move the entire lot. Get our prices on sill lines of winter goods R. X. 1 & IJ., Saturday. Wo aro requested to thank tho pub reach this city last Thursday, tho first before purchasing. The mercantile business of I). Z. lie for its cordial reception of the new failure of. the kind in thirty years, dur- and T. 11. Taylor, at Waco, is for biilo. hardware firm of Douglas & Simmons. ug which it hag been in charge of Mr. They have received nearly all their Cottman, the faitlfful mail carrier It is a line stand. See ad. stock and defy compitiou. Everything The excessive high water was the cause. See Douglas & Simmons' lino of first class at tho lowest cash price. Ho remained at home and sang, Anchor cooking stoves. None equal it I went to the river, but I couldn't get across, A Message. in the country, for price and quality. jumped on a 'nigger for I thought he was a 'Tell cvorybody to como out this hoss.' ' posiRy bringing us cash we can evening and near Umlei'iiiti.tuc lamous ' The latest things in Wash Goods of all kinds will be shown Call For Mr. Combs. us in season. You tively save you 10 to 20 per cent, on Impersonator," telephoned Mrs. G, W. don't have to go the larger cities to buy what u want. We will show during the year & Co. your groceries. E. Deatherage Inasmuch as ho performed every Pickels, to the Climax, and wo accord1S99 a stock not surpassed nor equaled in any of the larger cities. Give us a call. Satisf y There will be two electric arc lamps ingly urgo all who would enjoy to the uty with absoluto fidelity, and second yourselves before going elsewhere. And again wishing you a prosperous New Year and because Democratic practice entitles a suspended, one at tho corner of Main utmost this rare style of iutertninment, 215 WHITE FRONT. Inithful public servant to endorsement thanking you for past patronage, we are very respectful!-- , and First, the other at Main and Sec- to como early and secure good Feats. by a second term, wo earnestly call ond. Don't Pay, Does It? upon Hon. Wm. Combs to cHer forrc Novel Performance al College Hill. New Bank Directors. Constable Ed Carson has been ap Editors Climax: 1 have sold tho 40 election as Representative of Madison College Hill Tho histrionic talent of Last Tuesday was election day at tho pointed a committee to take charge of steers advertised in the Climax, to R. county in the Kentucky Legislature, the estate of his mother, Mrs. Arthusa E.Tipton, of Mt. Sterling, at $.40, to subject to the action of the Democratic will, on Saturday, January 21, produce four banks of this citv. Tho Farmers National returned its the dramatic performance "Rough RiCarson. be weighed up last of this month. Union City Voters. party. ders," at Ayers Acadamy. The follow- old Board without change. E. R. McWiioutei:. The fire at Mr. Greenlcaf's home The StateRank and Trust Company ing is the caste of characters: The Boys Will Come Marching Home. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN. list week was extinguished by that It always pays ti advertise your Orders have been issued from the James Crawford Jno. W. Grider. made one change, Mr. Joe Collins takstock in tho Climax. gentleman with but little los?, and a few iT Y Jas. H. Wilson ing the Director's place held by Cashier War Department for the mustering out Robt. Hamilton The Old Reliable. burns on his hands. C. M. Trihble R. E. Turley. of tho Fourth Kentucky, a regiment Ramon Marana With an unrivaled knowledge of lo Mr. J. S. Collins succeeds Mr. "Wm. Robert E.Lee's birthday wilibedti'y T. J. Trihble organized after the war was over and Louts Maraua observed at tho couit houso to morrow cal needs in tho hardware business, which lias done nothing but cause the Dennis Raiferty C. Combs O. Chenault as a Director of the Madl-so- n based upon the experience of over a proNational Bmk. evening. Admission, 25 conts, ,...Jaa. Combs "soldieia to kick against the Sam Jackson quarter of a century, tho old reliable private At tho Richmond National Director ceeds to go to charity. V. R. Combs treatment of the officers who appeared redro house of 1). IS. Shackelford & Co., adW. C. French, having sold his stock, The creeks of the county were out dress the public a very pertinent anxious to Hold onto tneir stipends. Alma Crawford- Miss Marguerite Wilson his place was filled bv Mr. R.R. White. of banks last week, the mail from Un- "SAY"" in this issue. Read and digest. Several Richmond boys, maNUBIAH TEA cures Dyspep- Gertrude Thorp of Manchester, an old friend and heavy Gordon Dudley among them, will soon Inez Dudley Tells a Good One Sure ion City, for tho first time in thirty depositor of the bank. For Jailer. v sia. Constipation nnd Indi come inarching home. years, failing to como in. Dudley, of this A Reliable Firm. Col." J. Gordon I" . At the meeting of the Roard of Di As. ''Z c With apologies to Jim Allen, of Cyn- city, a member ot the Fourth Ken gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 The rains came and tho winds Last ol The For the fifth successive year Messis. rectors of the Richmond National Mr. Stock Yards For Richmond. .". by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. e Sold m sr bttt -e stn .Ot n n tucky, tells how the boys invented ex- O. White. & Gibson contract for advertis blow last week with long continued thiana, Madison county has "nteen" Fair White ohn W. Crooke was formally elected OO SO." cuses for getting furloughs. Here is an The Christian runs ahead of the severity, and the grippo was borne candidates for Jailer. The oloctiou is oc Richmond Fair Amphitheatre ing space in Thk Climax. This firm Assistant Cashier. 11)01, giving each candidate ample in incident: S "MIS along in its death-dealin- g early made a practice of buyinggoods in chariot. .. oes time to get in jail if he is very anxious. will be converted into stock pens, tho the east, particularly New York, and Death Statistics ol The Civil War. Lamer An Irishman came to tho colonel's o... May Powell, son of J. D. Powell, Our friond Lackey will be more than ring used for showing cattle, and the insurn r. Deaths Rates in Federal Prisons. oo tent, and, with distress in his face and Toliver (dear happy new year, keep Oo.... ami the body vigorous the who is attending school glad to put the whole compoodleum be booths for housing them. A chute will thereby no other house had the advan in of Whito Hall, .. The Scientific American of Jan. 14, his voice, asked to be mustered out. tages iu securing the latC6t styles. Mr. by using De Witt's Little Ivirlv Risers .oO ho built at the railroad junction in one oo at Winchester, stood a splendid exami hind the bars for fuur years. gives space to the report of Surgean-Gener"I've a letter from me wife, colonel," the famous little pills for constipation oO On and after January 1st, 1S99, our corner of the groumls and shippers ran White is an experienced and tasteful nation last weok, receiving an average ec... Douglas & Wells. oo C. M. Tebault. of the United he said. "She wiitc that, the childer and liver troubles. Leg May Have to lu Amputated. so... terms will be oad and uutouit stork right on the buyer and his selections always con of 0G. Confederate Veterans, made at the need clothes; that she is sick and that OO form to the latest requirements. "What is the uso of praying for the eo... Mr. Robert Couchman, of Whites rounds. OO Mr. and Mrs Ed. R. Rowland, of OO In order to make ready for their Atlanta reunion last July, which was there is nothing at all at all to cat in merchant when you make no effort to so Station, who iiad his leg broken about This means tho last of fairs for Rich SPOT-CASH- !" attended by a number of old soldiers the houso. She eay8 I must come nav what vou owe him. ..OO Kicholasyillc, have rented from "Gov." &. Gibson o.-It- t. a mouth ago in two places below the mond, but we hope it will bo even spring stock Messrs. White ..OO oO Ed. Powell a cottage on the Tates knee by a mule running over him with more benelicinl to the --farmers and lavo begun a January clearance sale. and others from this county and Slate. home." OO Every La Grippe ib agdu We have attempted to run our business by coOf tho 270,000 Federal prisoners cap I've had a letter from your wife," precaution should be epidemic. avoid Creek pike, near Main ttreet, and will a slide is doing no good and amputa SO SO.. taken to it. so... stock dealers. We get our information whereat all their winter dress goods, tured by Confederates OO llecting our accounts the first of each month, said the colonel. "She says she is ed Its specific cure is One Minute Cough shortly return to this city to live. and held in ackets, collars and collarettes will bo oO S. A. Deatherage. tion is uo w talked of. Tho fractured from OO but have been unable to collect them all southern prisons from first to last dur- ging along very well and doesn't need Cure. A. J. Shepeni, publisher Agr- so marked-dow- n prices, right at sold at GO Mouev costs 0 per cent. For cash bone, it is claimed, was not perfectly "OO you come icultural Journal aud Advcrtiscr,Klden, A Forger. promptlv. We are therefore compelled to sell OO cost. A beautiful line of white goods, ing tho war. only 22,570 died, while of yon. She asked me not to let we can positively save you 10 per cent, set and blood poison is taking place. Mo., says: ''No one will be disappoint- SO" OO for CASH tliat we may pay rash forourgoods, A man who gave his name as Robert mbroiJeries, ami laces just received. the 220,000 Confederates held in Federal home and bother her." OO ed in using One Minute Cough Cure for so Why should you run an account whon Two Important Suits. asked the soldier, "did my ha Grippe." Pleasant to take, quick CO" and will endeavor to make it to the interest of "Colonel," o Smith went into V. I). Oldham's late Give them a call, and watch their ad. prisons 20,430 died. vou can save big money by buying OO the trade to da business with us. We have a From these reports, taken from the wife write that?" to act. Douglas & Wells. so a Circuit Court began on Mouday, only yesterday with a check for $9.25 on N in The Cmmax. Douglas &. Simmons? hardware of so oo nice line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, "She did." civil cases being tried, the most impor R Coy and ollercd it iu exchange for Beautiful Lecture on a Beautitul Subject. report of Secretary Stanton, on the 10th Don't build the ginger-brea- d house so Mr. S C Dunn, of Marshall, Minn., taut of which is the 525,000 damage goods. Jlr. Oldham's suspicious were oo 0 Tho soldfer looked at the colonel of July, I860, it appears that with Quccnvwaro and Glassware, Sec. Give us a CQ of cheap reputation on the ten cent CO" "Pis said that "Homo is where tho call, examine our stock and got prices. orders tho Cmmax 6ont to his address. suit of Mrs. L.J. Frazee against Mrs. aroused, and he hurried to the State more prisoners in Southern stock- steadily for a quarter of a minute, sa OC SO. foundation of inexperience. so OS leart is, in palace great or small," but ades or other modes of confinement, luted and said : j3FGoods exchanged for country produce Mr. Dunn was a resident of Madison E. E. McCann, winch is set for next Ran on which the check was drawn OO SO. so oO until a few years ngo, nnd has many Monday. Another important caso is I'liere it was pronounced a forgery, and yen then tho fullest enjoyment of such the deaths were 4,000 less. According "Colonel, there are two big liars in so Tetter, and JJczcma. oo habitation cannot bo attained with to these figures, continues Mr. Tebault, thin tent; I'm one of 'ein. X haven't friends and relatives in this county. C.J that of E. 11. P. Palmer's executor to Jlr. Oldham called in Jailer Laekey SO.' The iateimo itching and smarting inci- CO" OO ' -recover 810,000 life insurance money, and deputy sheriffs Wagers and Ilun out an intelligent conception of the du tho percenlutn of" Febcral deaths iu got any wife." dent to theso diseases is instantly allayed CO" oo. FOR SALE. ties and beauties of a well. ordered Southern prisons was under nine; while And then he turned and executed a by applying Chamberlain's Eye and so ley. Altera short confab the young OO Nice Cottage on Main strcetin Irvine, Noticcr And such beauties and tho perceutum of Confederate deaths double quick for ids company street. Skin Ointment. Many very bad sases SO.. household. a man seized the check and tried to tear with four rooms and hall, and all necb ivo been permanently enred by it. It SO" OS The Eclipse Studio over Madison the duties may be learned by study as well in Northern prisons was over twelve. it up, but Mr. Oldham oo ia equally efficient for itching piles and CO" Bale cheap, Lungs essary For Soreness ol the WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, KY. master, cxperl National Rank, will discontinue busi as by that harder-tas- k J. he mortuary V.V; statistics are of no a favorite remedy for eoro nipples; For Particulars call at this ollicc or nets after Feb. 10. Parties desiring officers on him and in a jiffy "Mr. ence. And as the master muscian ., weight in determining on which Is a forerunner of serious trouble. Dr. chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites m small Smith" was lauded iu jail. write Miss Jane Daniel, Irvine, Ky, Honev will banish that xnd chronic soro oyea. 25 ct3. per box. O photographs from this firm should se charms the senses with his skillful side there was the most neglect, cruel Bell's l'ino-Ta- r inlhmma-tio- n soreness. It will allay the Largest In Richmond. cure sittings at once, Prices will re touch upon his instrument, aud awa- ty, anil inhumanity, proclaiminir. as aesaaaaaaacaaaaaaaoaecaccecaasassasaeaaa Mr. Covington Chosen. and pievent further progress of Dr. Cailj's Condition are No Messrs. Rice & Arnold have smooth kens in his student an ambition thus they do a loss bv death of more than the disease. It is the most elhcient jnst vrbat a horoo nccus rowders, bad main low and work when in Mr. R. L. Gentry, chairmnn of the such work will bo turned out at my ly and noislessly joined their interests to connucr sound, so were we en- - three per cent, of Confederates over means of curing coughs colds, and condition. purifier Board of Education of lUchmond, re Federals in prisons while Alio Feder bionchial affections found in the an- vermifuge. Tonic, blood not food and Thoy aro prices after I close my business. but Paul Perry, of Columbus, Ga., sufin the boot, shoe and gent's furnishing chautcd by one had au unstinted command of nuals of medicine. All druggists sell it. medicino and the best in nso to put a ia Cure a r.ulil in One Ha signed and his place was filled by the jaull-4w- . J. H Kino. business lately conducted by Wallace 'Who spake so sweetly, and bo sweetly sung, als fered agony for thirty years, and then everything. election of Mr. T. T. Covington. Mr. 25 cured his Piles by using De Witt's Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. horao in prime condition. Price A church race may be just as ungod& Rice, and are delighted with the re That on each word the enraptured audience ' ;ents per package-- . u Says it Works Like a Charm. J. D. Mitchell was elected chairman of A Sad Commentary on Our Roads. hung." Witch Hazel Salve. It heals injuries All druggists lefiiud moneyXj. n i.t- r ly as any horse race. ception accorded them by the public is. ij i aud skin diseases like magic. Doug- cure. 2oc. ilie genuine has the board. E Deatherage & Co The patrons of Wo pray the Lord's prayer and then On tVcdncsday last while peacefully Where for years our local musical eacli tablet no!i tin, Rico has been for nine years in tho These are daugerous times for tho ask for things that would lead us into las & Wells. agree that thoir cash system is benell Mr. listen pursuing his journey along tho county New Health Board. firm and is too well known for talent has gathered to ouchant old True religion boils up from tne hot health, ('roup, colds and throat troucial to all parties. Cash gets a much ing audiences of sympathetic friends, road, between Menelaus and Farris- - bles lead rapidly to Consumption- - A temptation and deliver toustheovil Tho cry of tho needy is the echo of torn. The City Hoard of Health is now larger quantity of grocers now and that bushiest integrity and sagacity to need nave en town, near Whites Station, Humphrey bottlo of Ono Minute Cough Cure used one. or whero traveling troupes the call of God. composed of Dr. O. A. Kennedy, Presi renders the change instantly satisfac comment. Mr. Arnoldwasforsixyears raptured cold critics, there f.poko Inst Mr Kllsha Herrv, of this phu-e- , sa 8 Martin's saddle horse became stalled at the right time will preserve life, Deranged Functions Dr. A. Wilkes Smith. Secretary tory. In the course of month many the popular salesman of Covington & dent; When yon ran not sleep for coughing he never had anything do him o health and a laige amount of nmnoy. brings to the now linn a Friday night one who needs not the iu the middle of the road, and try rs Pleasant to take; children like it. Doug often r cau It from tho use of quinine, hot take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It good unit give him Sjnch quirk muchf Mitchell and and Health Ollicer; tho other members dollars are saved, in a course of charity of local sympathy nor fears the Martin did by whip and spur, the ani las & Wells. baths and hot drinks as reuiidies for a always gives prompt relief. It is most iroin meumatism as (Jlialiil.t-rlais are Drs. J I. C. Jasper and C. II year perhaps oue whole month u ex broad knowledge of his business and a sold. Thoy open tho pores and make excellent for colds, too, as it aids expecRahu. bothered greatly This firm critical literatenrs it was a lecture by mal could not extricate himself. Sev strong following of friends. Vatight. There is no slave so sadly hound ss the system 6iisceptiblb to more cold. toration, relieves the lungs and pre- Pain shooting He was from hip to km u penses havo been saved. S- - Hubert, who lately oral neighbors came to the rescue, aud with pains y lays claim to tho largest exclusive boot, Rev. Thomas goes Dr. P.ell's Pine the oi tun with tho assistance of Jack 'Pwigg's four the one who thinks ho is freo to serve seat of the trouble, and cheeks a cough vents any tendency toward pneumonia. st until he iis'imF this liniment, which afcame among ua as New Barber Shop, Margolen's Cut Prices. shoe and furnishing house in the coun For snle by Perry & Thomas, dt fords prompt relief 11. 1 ISakki:. Methodist church, and a superb enter mules and slide, half a dozen larm his own lusts. nt once or cures a cold in one night jau4 1 in drugget, St. Paris, Ohio. Mr. Hugh R. Tevis. tho popular man ty. The following goods will be sold at by lungs. It exhilarates the It That Hacking Cough tainment it was, more than an hour's hands superintended by Mr. Twigg, I'erry inonias, iruggiU ager of tho Tevis Barber Shop and prices named until Feb. I: ing to Physicians field of life clear up to Scarlet ceaseless How of the niceties, elegancies and any number of Farristown negroes, Is undermining your constitution sap 1.00 Rath Rooms, has purchased tho hand It is the opinion in AVashington that Cultivate the 18 pounds sugar Floods are causing severe losses to horse, after two hours, ping your strength. iJr ueii n 1 mo-T- no official action by Gen. Miles will the corners. The city was alarmed last week by and tho beauties of thought and compo the bogged-u- 10 some outfit lately installed in tho Hotel All package cufllec farmers ju South, Texas. Honey will cure it. This is one of follow Gen. Kngau's outbreak. the announcement that Barnett, little sition, which mark the genius and tal was prized out of tho mini holo mor6 7 Glyndon storeroom, and has ooened Bist leaf lard, per pound modern dead than alive. Ropes, hickory poles, the most vniuable remedies ofbronchial When You Have a ISnil Cold 8 there one of the handt-oincs- t shops in son of Mr. Ran M. Chenault, was down ent of tho man. Rest can tomatoes- times for coughx, colds; and If a woman is in flood health theio is. CUDAN RELIEF "ire "Home. Sweet Homo," as measured males and negroes, pulled aud hauled, troubles. Druggista sell it. 1'ncoti.ic. with scarlet fever. Jicurali-iamiToothache 7 Contra! Kentucky. no more healthful employment than Rest can corn Iho shop is in ion vTiiu tne uest medicine that It. In fire in nutra. Sour Stomach housework. Not in connection jit all with the by the standard of that immortal song. strained nnd grunted, until the poor No cure pay. Generally speaking, there can bo ained, and that is Cl.iinili.--r 12 Vest cau peaches charge of whito barbers and every and Susuacr Complaints, l'rlcc, 25 Cents. is no happier woman in tho world, 'tut mm .i Lougli Kemcily. simply as a wise pro was portrayed m language as beatiful beast was finally lauded, but (he tussle above cate, but 10 thing is first-clasRest can peas The man who does his own thinking Sold by Perry & Thomas Successors to W. Q. how dilTercnt when every brca .t in You want a ryiiieuy that will not oj ly and captivating as it were possible was too great and his horseship gavo becomes a focus for all the reflectors. visi .n for public protection wo White. 8 Rolled oats nain, every step torture! 'J'hU state of gfve quick relief butellecl a permanent Held Over, Was Clark, up the ghost next day. A postgraduTo rhysieiiins," pub should it fall from the lips of tl this I'Waruiiig Two negro murderers sentenced to health, in nine casses out of ten comes cuVe. GUS MARGOLEN. BAN.OIL cures hang, ami about ready to go tho scaf- from neratigoments of the dehrata Yui want a rrtmity that will rtlii v sweetest singer, and all went away de ate examination lovcaled the. fact that William R. Clark, colored, Is in th lished by tho City Health Officers: Burns, ExuiM's, Rhcn- organs of gcuerntiim. been broken aud The the lungH and keep expectoration tho animal's ribs-ha- d Government Building Flooded. tolls for having taken a horse from Mr, "The law lcnuireB U physicians to lighted beyond measure. were feminine fold at Ardtnoro, T. T., fatuity doctor inquires IjMt roncerniug You want a remedy that w'iUt'M.u-terat- ;t Mr. Hubert's wonderful cotnniaud his shoes actually pulled off in tho mud inatisin and Sores. Priec, 25 cents. granted a (?tny Geo. "Vy. Rallew without that gentle report to tho City Health Officer, Dr. A Tho basement of tho Government any tendency toward put'tiiiwitiui. thuse. lie most UBmiiiy iiiMxts ui. n Sold by Sullivan re Wilkes Smith, any and ail cases of of language and his ability to marehall during herculean elforts to lift him Q. Whits. Perry & Thomas, iinccessor to W. Ruilding was flooded to the depth of mau's consent. As Judge an "examination." From this modest Ynu vnnt a remedy that in plentnut Iu tildfii TimeK naturally shrinks. Sli'iisrijlit anil nth: In lake. words at will that drive homo tho upon tho slide which served as a fiat six Inches by the heavy rainfall last garded that oversight as a very Bcrious acuto contagious diseases, within preacher louks for most People overlooked tho importance of woman in uverv iiuusual. The wi-Kxcrpt Chnuibvrlidii's Coimh Itcmtdy ihn ca?e of'-fe- week. It appears that an oversight oe error on the part of tho negro, the hounJ after tneir davclopemeut Fail thought he wishes to impress upon hi boat in the miry sink hole. find mostjally. permanently- - beneficial elioctH and mahvwcHkuesH" nxamlnatiotiH nit only liiedh ilie iu lis,e thut tti- - - id' t , The above picturo is not fancy but a trouble where he was held over to the Grand Jury ure to comply with the law is punish hearers, entitle him to ti'St ran curred iu not constnicling an outlet 'latter necessary. Dr. Pieree'n Favorite Pre thi'ho . i quirt men!. This h i etfy were sathiticd uith transient acti-iim- ; Dr. Ucll's t from tho trench that was made around in I'UXI boud. About one hundred per able with a line and it is the intention among speakers we havo heard, n cold, hard fact, and while it will not bo f r ilh ruics Ijf had iditH but now that it ia generally known scription jk a simple, natural remedy on bad will check tho worst cough or euro a that Syrup of Figs will permanently for these ills. It cures safely v perman-oiit'- thiotiglmni the United .Static and n. the foundation of the building, and cent, of tho thieves confined, in the ol tho Hoard to rigidly enforce this law matter who they wero. And inasmuch Tegarded seriously as a overcome; habitual ronstipatiou, tunny fon-igcountries. It ha- - luin r when this trench filled up tho contents penitentiary would now bo enjoying which applies hot only to diphtheria as h'u great talents have been conse roads in Madison, an it shoHld be, it cold in oue night... It cum the mucus 21 ono cent stamps to' cover cost, nulls, htit, for the lieedy and twrmtit,- people will not buy other stops freedom had they only obtained the and small pox, but scarlet fever, crated to the service of tho Lord a him will go down in unwritten jiisfory as an lwithout exertion ortstraiiiiii4f,iid the in lttxative8(Svh!!v act font time, but ti ofSend overflowed into the b&scmcnt. The ! I'niifrh nt (iiic(! hv sootliimr tmtilitiK only,. and receive free a copy ent tturo iif bad cwhlf.etaiids nrlumr a ,w janitor spent Saturdaypurapiug the consent of tho owners to part with the measles, whooping cough and nil other gry world may freely feast upon the example of a horse gel tint; drowned in flamed parts. It iiiv?)ibrate tU res nally injuro tlmfiyNteni. Diiv tho gen- of Dr. AdrtseA Atl- - peer and ilssplendidqu-ijiticfwii'- with uine, uds bv ttio California Pig Syrup tlti-m- . World' D.wirv Medic! As wheto admirud and irajeHL Kr wt,t water out, which was almost to the firo'J property taken without their knowledge acute contagious and Infectious dis beautiful truths he preaches from the the mlddlo of a public thoroughfare in piratory organs ami lUNg I 1 sociatiuu, RuSUio, S. V, by Perry & Thomiw. urwiit. jjtil liit-- : renewed vitality. It Co. tho proud county of Jlwlisou. pulpit f Ida ehureh. or permission. east 8. boxes of the boilers. Sole agents for the Celebrated Fine Knot Coal. None genuine but ours. We also handle Baled Hay, Corn, etc. Give us a call. Office near R. N. I. & B. depot. Telephone 21. tertain you Ladies, Our line of Embroideries will certainly for au hour or two, Call and see them. are Our Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats Our great line of Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums, Oilcloths. Rugs, Lace Curtrins and Oil Shades was never more complete. We have no carried over goods in these lines. They arc all fresh aud new, new styles, new patterns, new prices. We are namim: prices on these lines that is a death blow to all competition. Call and inspect this lino before you purchase.- - O ReadytoWear lb There is no other stand that can clothes you as stylishly and as serviceably as we can and at so little price, Same old stand, but much larger. Covington Mitchell. b' AM & COMPANY. 1 - 9& Jjl taitoitttoi ;;..; ' on miOMiieioiiioi ................ ORE ( UASH-- .o '00 al so.. so.. -- 50,-00- so. so. "CI ' Salt-Rliou- ni CO' HIGGINS first-clas- ,.L ELLIS, ..................... .......... a' -- it-I- n Tar-Hone- tig-gi- .de Fcvsr-Warn- p ar rt s. re-pr- to-da- y, jK-- e i- tl-- -- let-so- y. HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, W. Va., Capsules. Parkersburo, The Waiairr Men. Co., V. Va., January 20, 1995. Recora-mend- s AFTER FIVE YEARS..- Duranso, Col. Uemocrat.J ' County Court Days. Wrights Celery After having possession of the ballot for five years in Colorado it has been conclusively proved during tho year 189S that the women of the Slate are not tired of its oxercise. Their interest in the campaign last fall, with its far Columbus, Ohio. hen tie in on1: I bavo been using Wricht's Cclerv Capsules since Novem ber, 1S04, ami find tbcm to bo as recom mended. I iirst gciran talcing mem while at Hot Springs, Aik., under .treatment for Sciatic Iiheumatijm. Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which bad been a long sufferer. I found the Colory Capsules gave me ureal relief iroui the besiinninc: ami have used them ever since. With pleasure, and unso licited, 1 recommend them to any anu al! Auffurinj! with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours, . THE EXCELLENCE I OF SYRUP OF FIGS. Chaules T. Caldwell. Sold by T. S. Hagan, Drueeist. Price 6te onts and $1.00 per box. Call at drug6- store and pet free sample. A1I druggists sell Dr. Miles' Norvo Plasters. ALL VJOMEN Should know that the 01UT!m" Itemcdy, is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also-tthe caro and skill with which it is. manufactured by scientific processes, known to tho California Fio Sruur-Co- . only, and we wish to impress upon, all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the. genuine Syrup of Pigs is manufactured, by the California Fiq Syrup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless, imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the California Fio Svitur Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs lias, given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 6AX rUANCISC", CL LOCISVILLK. Kj. JfEW YORK, N. Y-JanS-l- y 'rr ,' liest IithrulrnltleslnKemuleOrgans. Corrects all Sliouldbe i ,,. '! ' i.r''ir"r5tLilsanai)aforeCMI4-Blrth- . 7!-- " VncMti have stood tho y y. ;rs. t r Pf.enccrSIedtelueCa.( Chat- - ECOPMIST RANGES Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W, dec8-ly- r a. White. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine -- s- tsu ny&tiBZA Roofing, Guttering and General Job Work 0. Rotary Motion and Ball Bearings, . &YRUP PEPSI 'CURES CONSTIPATION. DR. CALDWELL'S 9 FOR. "Sue, Por sale by Dewey Music Co., Rich inoiul, Ky. vfo "SoTtvaio ana 31ccActv Sns.. Sir of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. ABE YOU A DEMOCRAT? Aa old adage roads: "There is a place In the Prudental, you are offered the for vcrythtaK." and for everything to be best Life Insurance attainable, and on In its j.lace. tho LOUISVILLE DISPATCH the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again give the best. Wo sLould liud a place in the home of every will not transact business with irresponDEMOCRAT in ths SUNNY SOUTH. The sible companies. Dispatch is the people' paper, owned by 26 Second Street, the people, and Is always ready to fight UpStalrs. for tho cause of the people. IT STANDS y SQL'AItELY ON THE CHICAGO PLATFORM, without the aid or consent of the Cold Hub Monopolies, and a fair comparison of its news service (now being over leased wires by the New York INI Sun, tho Chlrago Inter Ocean and the o &ra Northern Press Association) with that ot any other paper, will fully verify its Restores "iSgw Mo. to, "If ycu see it in the Dispatch it's lvS? - . BLISS so. and if it s so it 13 always in the Dispatch." The Dispatch also has a staff of over Mjkes S00 active correspondents in the South, and the will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS The Great StroDj. of any other Louisville paper. Get the Dispatch: it gives the news and tells the truth about It. l now nllliln fny rrirli of prrry Amrrlcnn. Dally, S pages; Sunday, 21 pages; WeekSldnjn iri juim ia w inilui. ly iriuRintrol to cure ly. 8 pages. We club with the Weekly ii mosi ifHiiimcaiix: cno if Xcrvoiia Dolilllty. or Watluc IUm. It Dispatch at the remarkably low price of A Nrw .Man. Ihvl-M!- new iwvorfully 1.mid iiulckly., n. ...... iv,r ofllir nw of tt:-:- K VKitO. Yomi!- - men will rc-Je2-l'd jgg v i amm $$1.25 A YEAR. CALL iruii imi mm. 1100.1, a: il OM Jltii will rccorcl their roathful il,-or-. H Invigorates aiul restores tc uK-i- SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. InipoteiK)-- , Va'lcowlf. Spermattorhea , 111,1,. Niirlilli- nnilghlonii. Iwt Ilmln rxxpo!.-driK-t.eakMi'inorr. Wn&efulneM. IT It Dri-anot Cau."dlcnce, nml nil ctTrcU of wlf. alMiM-- , or nml Irdlx retion. which mints urn- - nir imsinrss, uuuy or nurruer. It (i V.XE ItO Eoasatoncetot.it! nf I n i.lscasctli.it Is why it ciinM. It u tho -- miiM Tonic In the world -- (hat Uwhv Itrlvc VlTorr.nd Artlonnuilrestom Irrof Yoni'i. It It a mirvelous Illood Purl- - nces. - in uusuni rcnrroiiiSatulnal Weak. r.. vnal ctj 1.1c i:--t r.r,p 'le: ! ? c;io-- v '.an 'f""ni arca rj Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by and accommodating clerks. up-to-da- te .' txli !t1IfrrItea.O). lx v .ii-frt c. -- Ud t- . I:isisu: - t. Ut mail pi. OO per We rhrrrfnlly rrHind Imxn lo not cITctt n euro. !'.iu American Offlce of :ih.iia5 II!;(;i:XKIto corner Imrk to pt'FQIOAL G3, kewTork."" For sale In Richmond by Pcrr& Thomas. Druggists. septll-ly- . sOHQcA "t Genuine Saratoja Water Kept on Tap. The World Phone 3. Second St. RICHMOND, KY. S Almanac and S Encyclopedia for 1899 Hltistrated Histoiy of the Spanish-American -- GRAND OF? "Within Fill- - 160 ACRES, three-quarter- of a mile of Owensboro, Ky. War Every inch of it is as rich as cream. It lies on the best pike in the county: the land i! READY FOR SALE is rolling to level; 90 acres EVERYWHERE are in grass; excellent water JANUARY Jst, 1699. well, cistern- - and spring. jft ji & jt ji jt ji Buildings: Ah elegant two & ji and a half story new brick of Together with 10 rooms, the finest farm residence in the county; immense The Battle Calendar barns;" 3 tenement houses", one of which is a good frame of the Republic of 5 rooms and complete set Compiled by of buildings which really makes it a separate farm. We EDGAR STANTON MACLAY will sell this place at an unHistorian of the U. S. Navy. usually low figure $14,000. Terms, one-hacash, balance in one, two. three, four and THE STANDARD five years. Send for our list AMERICAN ANNUAL. of farm for sale. s jtt -- J lf WILLIAMS & LITTLE, nilgg-8m 2UX 3d St., Owensboro. Ky. PRICE 25 CENTS. ( Wanted- -n SXl,"..h."":uin' nhundred idea - V-- tor Postpaii to any acMreat. t0 elsui prtw laveatloiu wacicd. offer "ir THE VORLD, PuliUer BiUfe& NEW YORK. reaching effects, was very noticeable. It and was remarked both by tho voters and by tho judges and clerks of election, that tho women, voted all election day : Union Stock Yards, more largely than tho men. It is gratifying to sufferagists everywhere that Cincinnati, O. another "suffrage govcrno.-s- " is elected. Throughout tho history of tho cause Telephone 7346. the "suffrage governor" who have now and then been elected in sundry States, JCSrvYll: information regarding live have rendered it signal aid and com OUT OF THE MOUTtiS OF BABES. Consign stock cheerfully furnished. fort. It is a pleasure to the respesen-tativ- e your stock direct to us. sept7-l- y women of the State that Mr. "How many zones havo we, Willie?" j Thomas, who ably- - championed thoir 25c 50c. i DR. CALDWELL'S asked tho tcachor of a pupil in the juncause in 1803, will occupy the governior class. "Four," was the reply. OIL WITH or's chair for the next two years. The of COD-LIVE- R ' CURES INDIGESTION. "Well, then, name tho four." said HYPOPHOSPHITES Is just great meeting arranged by women of the teacher. "Tho frigerated, tho hora bank. It has nevor liko such threo silver parties at the Broadway rid, the temperance and the iutemper-ance,- " disappointed you, never will. was one of tho most significant features It has novor deceived you, answered the little fellow, never will. of tho campaign. Circumstances were Pretldie, aged fi, had been watching out that somoono Look reversed at that meeting in a maimer you hismothor prepare tho Thanksgiving doos . not try to mako mump interesting to one who wont through KaaIMi tv, n hum w turkey for dinner, . UlU UvtUbU lUVUDli and finally said: the sufierage campaign. Near the close tonic, ' mo now niodicino "Mamma, I'd rather be a wild turkoy you kno nothing of. of the campaign five years ago th if than a tamo one." "Why so, dearV" a Colorado Jiqual buffrago association 50c and $1.00; all druggists. sho asked. '"Beeauso," was the reply, V SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York. planned a great meeting at tho Broad "a wild one can run around on the way. At its solicitation 5Ir. Thomas prairie all his life and a tamo one gets consented to appear, and there do killed every year." CORRESPONDENCE. livered one of his finest and most pol "Beseie," 63id a north side mother to ished addresses; an address which did COLLEGE HILL. her four year-oldaughter, hero's much to sway the sentiments of the threo cents; run down to tho drug of equal suffrage. Near voters in favor the close of the campaign of lS9S,in tho Mr. Wm. Brock has returned from storoon thecornerandgot nioastamped envelope." A few minutes later Bessie same theater, another great meeting Ncwby. entered tho store and the proprietor was arranged by women. It was a reRev. Wyott preached an interesting asked: "Well, little girl, what can I ception to Mr. Thomas, tho candidate sermon hero Sunday morning do for you ?" "If you please, sir," she of the silver fusion forces for governor, Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Mr. Archio Sexton aud wife, of Lex replied, "my mamma wants free cents Ho spoke again from the same platform ingtoiij visited friends here last week, worf of stamped antelope." and every woman before him was a vo Harry, aged 4, whilo engaged in pickJUr. fcimpson ftorris has moved to tcr, and later paid her old debt by cast Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by ing her ballot for the man who had be his farm, which he purchased from ing the "drumstick" of a Thanksgiving: science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive turkey partly swallowed one of the Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces friended the cause in its time of need Chas. F. Wood a few weeks ago. tendons, which aro so numerous iu the of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Rev. Kelloy has moved lo the Each year more and more subjects con The sore, weary cough-worLungs are exhilawhich ho bought. This making four legs of a fowl, aud was nearly choked. nected with questions of public interest rated ; the microbe-bearinmucus is cut out ; the ai.d good government are studied by ministers of the Oospol wo have living The tendon was finally oxtractod with cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed grent dillicti'.ly from the little fellow's tno women in tneir clubs, bacli year in our village. membranes are healed and soothed so that there more serious sense of tho responsibility Prof. Troopo opened his school last throat, when ho exclaimed: "Well, I is no inclination to cough. don't blamo the old turkey; it's tho of citizenship is felt among the women Monday and is expecting to have quite SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS voters of the State. The Colorado an interesting school this year. He is cook's fault for not taking off its garBottles Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 SIzea ters." Equal Suffrage association maintains an excellent instructor. BE SURE YOU GET I AM 08 and sever used Small Johnny had on his best clothes its organization still. Its work in this any remedyYEARStoOLD.Bell's equal Miss Bessie Lewis and hor friend Ur. one Sunday and his mamma told him ey It elves quick and permanent relief State to be sure is accomplished, but it Miss Maud Snoden, of Dr. Bell's in grip as well aa couzhs and colds. It makps Wades Mill not to play in the dirt with thom on. weak nnra strong. Mrs. IS. A. Metcalfe, continues in order to help the cause in who spoilt tho Xmas holidays with "Don't they havo any dirt in heaven to FDducah,Ky. other States, and to act as a bureau ot Mrs. A. K. Lewis, has returned homo play iu?" "No, of For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. d. White. course not," replied information for the countless oueries his mother. "Then what do little boys do sent into Colorado annually in regard LITERARY NOTES up there?" queried Johnny. "Oh to the State's "peculiar institution." . .they play harps and sing and sit under nt Those interested in the history of the 10 write an article lrora maids ano the beautiful trees," was the reply equal suffrage movement iu this State mothers, and then to make it so inter would find "Tho History of .Equal Suf esting that it will rivet the attention of "Then," said the little fellow, "I don't frage iu Colorado," by Joseph C. Brown the fathers of maids aud husbands of see how they can havo treos if there ESTABLISHED an entertaining little volume. This has wives, is a guarantee of very wide read ain't no dirt." been issed under the auspices and with mg. Professor Thurston Peck, of Co SLATES BARRED OUT OF SCHOOL. the approval of tho suffrage associa lunibia University ,has succeeded in doand is a valuable little pamphlet ing this in the paper which he devotes tion, Tho uso of slates has been forbidden to send to inquiring friends in other to women in tho January Cosmopoli iu tho schools of Zurich, Switzerland DIonumeuts, Tombs, Headstones, Statnary and Foreign and States. tan. Professor Pock has a keenly pen, ink and paper have been sub. Tho above editorial clipped from the analytical miud. and he weighs the pros and American Marble and Granite. Denver News is sensible in every sense and cons very carefully. His conclu- stituted. even in the lowest forms. The of tho word. Hon. C. S. Thomas, gov sions aro tender and compaesionate, reason given aro that the light graj ernor elect, is a brainy man, a sound but nevertheless very emphatic It is marks of tho pencil on the slate cannot Democrat, one of silver's able champ a valuable contribution to "New Wo be followed without straining the eyes; that the pressure which it is necessary ions, and truly an American statesmon, man" literature. to exert upon the pencil lessens the faand has shown his sound judgment in cility of the hand aud renders an easy, Those who aro contemplating buying Marble, Granite, or any kind of behalf of the cause of woman suf A Friglilful Uluiitler flowing hnndwritititr moro diflictilt tn Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call at tho old stand in the real frage. And the article of tho Rocky of the M. PL Church on Irvino Street, where they will find constantly on hand Will often canto a horrible Bum, attain, and that the uso of theslatois a largo stock of finished work to polect from, at prices to Mountain News calls to our mind the Scald, Cut or Bruise, Buckleii's suit all classes of Ami not conducive to cleauly work. buyers. opinion of women written years ago by ca Salvo, tho best in tho J5Mi:. W. G. GOUCHER, one; of tho best workmen in Central world, will Kentucky .is In charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work Lamartine, the distinguished French kill the pain and promptly heal it, in overy phtse. Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs, CAROLINA'S PENSIONERS. writer: AVomau with weaker passions Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores. Ulrors. which will be furnished on application. than man, is superior to him in the Boils, Felon, Corns, all skin eruptions. - YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.-- ? North Carolina, which pays a pen soul. Tho Gauls attribute to her an Best Pile cure on earth. Only 25 cents sion to confederate army veterans that additional seuse tho divino sense, a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Per are in need, finds that but ono in fifteen liioy wore nglit iNature lias given ry & Thomas. Druggist. 5 of tho known stirvivers in the State is woman two painful, but heavenly gifts on the ponsion list. Applicants for aid which distinguish them, and often raiso I T HOW TO USE A TELEPHONE. I ft ure lower eacn year, msteail ol increas them above human naturo compassion ing constantly, as m tho case with fed Ity compassion thoy and enthusiasm The Electrical Traded devote themselves, by enthusiasm they U' a A telephone girl who knows, accord orai pensioners. Joxas will voto on a exalt themselves what more docs mg to a daily paper, suggosts theso constitutional amendment pormittin; heroism require? They have more rules for people who use the telephone tno state lo pay a similar pension to heart and more imagination than men, If you have a telephone in your of confederate veterans at a special elec Enthusiasm springs from the imagina- fice or store, ring up 'Central" and then tion noxt mon(h. Plan, Lite Insurance Reversed. We Pay While Yoa Live, tion, and from the heart, go wait on a customer. Western packors havo disposed of They Pay WhenYou Die. Vomon are, therefore, naturally more Always speaks in ai undertone, in heroic than men. When all is desper oruor to maKo "central" ask you over C15.00C hogs the past week, compared ate in a great catiso,we need not despair what you want. If sho doos not hear with OOo.OOO the nrecedinir weak mid OVER S133.000.00 PAID IN MATURITIES. while there remains a spark of resist you, tell hor to "wake up" or "tako 7C0,0S0 two weeks ago. Forcorrespond- ng timo last year the number was 485,' ancc in woman's heart, We aro there the cotton out ot her ears." OVER 850,000.00 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. 1 tTt . uw. iToiu novemuer - . Mi l. lore, absolutely in lavor 01 women par lane your timo in answering your 5,71C,00j9, against 4,510 000l a tne tola! is y?ar ago ticipating in the governmental affairs bell or, what is bettor, do not answer it of this nation, and with their actual at nil, but in about half an houf riug up an mcreasa of 1,170,000, or nearly 20 STATEMENT DECEMBER, 1S9S. and active participation we believe we and ask who called you, and get mad if per cont. The quality appears to be well maintained, although the receipts Numeral jfo would have better and a purer admin'Central" has forgotton who it was, istration both of State and national She has nothing else to do but remem at tho large centers embrace a larger Coupon Fund: proportion of unfinished stock. The Balance from November governments. ber. $ 88 40 averago of prices at the close is about Fines aud Transfers . . Allow everybody who wants to, to 30 :!0 TOBACCO SALES IN BATH. 5c. per 100 lbs. higher than a week ago. Installments use your telephone. 5,049 go During most of the woek the prevail- Hang the receiver big end up, as in Probably never before has tiiero been ng tendency of the provision markets Total Coupon Fin d so much tobacco sold in Bath eounty this way it gets full of dust, which 5,174 30 has been to higher values, but toward Coupons Itedeomed at this timo a year. The several local makes another cause for complaint. S5.0SQ 05 tho close there was some reaction, and Lang on the transmitter with a lead May buyers havo been actively canvassing prices for pork and 6idcs at Ualanco . . . pencil as though you intended to knock the country for ten days past, and largo $94 ai Chicago are at about the same positiou Itoserve Fund: quanities are being delivered at ware it through the wall. This invariably as a week ago. while lard is 20c per 100 Installments . . . houses in Owingaville, Bethel and makes it talk better. $1 090 00 lbs. higher. Cincinnati Prico Current. Interest Refuse to pay toll messages, and if Sharpsburg every day. The price 304 45 ranges from four centi to nine cents a you are on a lino with some one alwavs bays a rural editor: "Brother, don't Total Rcsorvo Fund lor December pound. Tho quality of tho tobacco is listen to their conversation and be sure $2,054 45 stop your paper just because you don't ii said to bo better than for several years. to want tho uso of the lino while they tee with tho editor. Tho last cab Total are using it. Whenever von kpr tlm Paid Certificate-Holder- s Mt. Sterling Democrat. $133,'J44 55 bage you sent us didn't agree with us. manager toll him that if he cannot civo Total Passed to Pesorve Fund . ,J 49,200 75 wo didn't drop vou from A colored debating society in Shelby you a better telephone or get that one either, hut our subscription list on that account county had this weighty subject under fixed, you will throw tho whole thing discussion tho other night. "Which is out of the window. LIVING BENEFITS PAID DECEMBER, 1898. When the inspecTho friends of Dreyfus in Paris say the most useful, tho sun or the moon?" tor comes, deny that you have ever yesterday's debalc in the Chamber of SPECIAL REDEMPTION. After considerable wrangling on both complained of the telephone, and 6ay Deputies was favorable to the revision Name. Address. Cost. Paid. sides, during which they waxed warm that it works liko a charm. D P Good Estate Lexington, Ky, ists. 54 50 . . S150 00 and eloquent, the judge, an old negro, , n i, Paste this in your telephone for fu-- J ii ii 54 50 . . 150 00 promptly decided that tho moon was ture reference. abash railraod asks judgment B F Johnson & Co . Baltimore, Md 54 50 . . 150 00 the most useful, as it "sinned at night falnst Deroit & Lima road for 22 000 O R Marshall . . Lexingtou, Ky 47 50 . . lt!5 00 when people needed light, whilo the That Thrnhinx; Headache. and possession of tracks into Detroit. D H Jones 47 50 . . 135 00 sun only shined in the daytime when Would quickly leave you, if you used It F Johnson fc Co Daltimore, Mi! 54 50. . 15G 00 thoy could do without it." Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands R F Johnson & Co UE0. W. RUBY 51 50 . . 15i CO The artist who is In search of surterers havo proved their matchP. F Johnson & Co . 54 50 . . 15C 00 of attitudes descriptive of less merits for Sick and Nervous Head Of Shelbyville, Ky., Pecommenda W F White Estate . Lexington, Ky 51 50 . . 150 00 torture, and poses depicting aches. 11 Thoy mako pure blood and Wright's Celery Capsules. it ii suOerinp;, need not go to the 51 50 . . 150 CO siieiDyviiie. Av Mav ta. 'on iunstian martyrs of strong nerves and build up your health. 54 50 . . 150 00 old. If he could only utsy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents. wngnt flieuical Uo., (Jol., O.: see through the walls UentS I have DlirchnKnd n. 54 50 . . 150 00 nf into tens of thousands iloney back if not cured. Sold by Per w mint's Uelery Capsules from Louisville, G. N. LAMGrior. . . . 53 50 . . 15S 00 of homes all over this ry & Thomas, Druggists. AUtiuelton, druggist, and used them for Dr S II Stovonson . 5 Chicago, land, he would see 61 50 . . 147 CO &our fctoinach.'lorpid Liver and Consti- G women undergoing i. E Clark 25 75 . . 73 50 pation and found that they cave mo imtortures in silence A correspondent says: ''Six good . Lexington, Ky. mediate relief overy time. 1 think it an W F Whitu Estate . 54 50 . . 150 00 without complaining. brood sows aro enough for the nverago excellen. remedy. ii ,i before which 51 50 . . 150 00 fc.Wrripf Areata v, the farmer to keep, and they should be ..... r 41.. IUG " '. R A Good-- . . . . . 53 50 . . .153 00 martyrs pale into kept as long as they will raiso six Yours very truly, nothingness. R V Joh'fisou it Co . lialtimcrc, Md 54 50 . . 15G CO 0 Manage thorn so thev .No one but a good pigs- Geo. W. Rilev. 54 50 . . 150 00 woman can tell will raise two litters a year, making in the story of the 54 50 . . 150 00 all 2 hogs a year. One man can raiso suffering, the 51 50 . . 150 00 that many hogs and corn onough to despondency endured by women who 51 50 . . 150 00 feed them to weight. These carry a daily burden of and pain 54 50 . . 150 00 because of disorders and derangement of at average prices, would bring $000 or the delicate and important organs that are about $50 per month the year 54 50 . . 150 00 round on distinctly feminine. One of the worst 54 50 . . 150 00 effects of troubles of this kind is upon the hogs alone; besides revenue from his D Ji Jones,. . . . . nervous system. The tortures so bravely poultry, cattle, horses, Lexington, Ky 53 50 . . 153 00 and sheep, which endured completely and effectually shatter P F Johtiso'u'it Co Baltimore," Md 45 50 . . 120 00 nerves. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre. he ought to keep to uso up all the the scription is an unfailing cure for all weak rougli feed on the farm." 51 50 . . 147 00 ness and disease or the feminine organ40 50 . . 182 00 ism. It makes it stronir and health-itt The allays inflammation, heals ulceration and Western Horseman, published 53 50 . . 153 00 .. v ,, soothes pain. It checks exhausting drains and tones and builds up the nerves. It in xuuiauapous, Indiana, at f.OO a REGULAR REDEMPTION. fits for wifehood and motherhood. Good year, and issued every Friday, stands medicine dealers sell it, and have nothing at the head of Turratid Trotting Name. DR1YING and Address. Cost. Paid. "ticf e rrnjA ft G S Hayddn-. Owonsboro", " Since my last child was born, thirteen vears Pncing horso journals, is handsomely Kv. 44 50 . . 12(i 00 ago, I have suffered from uterine trouble." illustrated with picturesof IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, Dr A P Taylor. . ; . . Lexington, notedhorsos 42 50 . . 12(1" Ofj writes Sirs. Paul Devraine, of Jeliico, CampbeU Co.. Tenn. "I consulted several doctors and and gives all tho horse news from CaliLouisville, ... 43 50 . 10312 and you can also gay extreme John L Fischer . . . tooic much medicine, but found no relief. I had LAM Grief very bad health for twelve years. Every month fornia to Maine. If at all interested . . . 42 50 100 43 I was in bed a week before thr mnmsi,- in trotters or pacers subscribe for it. ly comfortable, when you are and a week after. I was obliged to keen in bed lor lour months last summer. I was just like The gicat annual Souvenir number driving in one of our easy Total 5'6if.p5 . .$1,792.75 a corpse. I lost twenty-sipounds iu four will bo issued February 10, and will bo and handsome Buggies and' months. I was mnchiixr rt mt.M, . .$3,287.30' Profit Over Cost sidered In consumption, I suffered severely worth moro than tho prico of a year's from pains in my back, bearing down pains la the womb, chills and cold sweats. After taking subscription. It gooB freo fo all sub- - Phretons. Our stock of fine four bottles of Dr. Vierce's Golden Medical !." others 25 ctnla ner com-- carriages is unsurpassed for covery my coughing stopped, and after set 8Crilers-- to FOR BDLTj. INFORMATION; ADDRESS bottles of Dr. rierce's Favorite Prescription my Dv specKt arrangements with tho pub beauty, style, durability and periods became regular end were passed with1 am fieshy, more so than out pain. Now h't'isrs ua aro enabled to send tbf ever before. My neighbors are surprised to sec general superiority, and we me in such good health after having seen tm Western Horseman $2.00 per year, and so low.'' are selling them tit. prices that tho Weekly Climax $1.50 per vear. Constipation causes and aggravates many serious diseases. It is speedily carol ht both for $2.25 during tho year 1SK9. will surprise you, quality eon Dr. l'icicc'8 I'leasast relicts. Give Us your Order. nov23-t- f MRS. A. Ti sidered. . Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday, Richmond, Madison couuty, first Mon day. Lexington, Fayette, county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county,. second Monday. Would you feol perfectly Georgetown, Scott county, third Moneafo to put all your monoy day. in a novr bank? Ono you havo .lust hoard of? Danville, Boylo county, third Monday.' But how about an old X Nicholasvillc, Jessamine county, third bank? Ono that haa dono Monday. ousinuss lur uvci u numi,ut of a conttrry ? Ono that haa Winchester, Clark countv, fourth promisos? always kept its Monday. Ono that nover fallod ; never misled you in any way ? Versailles, woodford county, fourth You could trust such abank, Monday. you? couldn't Tested and Tried For 25 Years W.H.Hoshal&Co Commission Merchants.. ht'.b, h: lk TVS fcYRUP PEPS! fcB nc IF y f DRUGGISTS, j ..... d DR. BELL'S mnl"i rt rv ni off n g Pins-Tar-Kon- please remember us and we will show you many things that wirl surprise 3011. Come and be convinced and do not take our word for anything. AVe quote no fabulously low prices, but our aim is to please our customers both in price and quality. ti f? 1 in mm 4-f 1 4 ! KOGKBrS, m ison Monumental Works 1863. Couches, j Parlor Cabinets, And many other nice and attractive articles such as are only found in a first-clas- s Furniture Store. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. 6w l&oVtos--. well as our own." "We will thank any customer to tell us how to improve our service." "Tall talk and small performance may go for awhile but the' bring ultimate disaster." "If you can tell its 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." WE ARE HIE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM, JMMES D. Proprietor. Southern Una immm "To cheat a customer is to kill business." "Permanent profit can only come from satisfied biryers." "We repairevery possible mistake yours as Of L,exington, Kentucky. MMl e XT 1 ... B GGERSTAFF DAY TELEPHONE 78. OLDHAM NIQIIT TELEPHONE 67. rrk W w WHAT SMALL we do with Philippines. That is the question with which the bis guns of two h Nations arc wrestling. H ffimi . 1t t nothing and until ret our price, we ll keep it to ourselves. But we give free stdvise on Footwear where to get it, how to keep it, how to wear it, and when to wear it. We fit you perfectly free 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 are in the habit of paying $5.00 and $0.00 for. If you will call and see us, we will convince you. We have our opinion, but we don't propose to rive it for . . Freeman Bros. , No. 3, S " First Street. j m 000-pou- . T-- 1 When. DON'S COMPLETE PILE CUKE is Riiaranteed to cure you. 1 i is tho discovery cf an eminent physician. No Knifa I fio intsmiptioo cf Business ! The first treatment brings immcdiato relief. It has cured thousands, aud will euro you. MR. T. S. WILCOX, prominent merchant, politician and chief of the Ohattauooga Firo Department, says : ommended I ... ... .. x T After years of sufTeruvr, DON'S PILB IN I'M UN r was, recto me. The uie of one box effcctcJ a permanent cure. voluntarily pivc you tlr.s statement, hoping it v 11 Wtl.c menus of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention lit others suffering with piles." Price S1.00, Prepaid to any Address. f . DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. A. SMITH BOWMAN, MILLION, Secretary, John Donelson. Lcal Agent Ricttttontf Ky. oct5-I- y