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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): January 25, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899012501_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 25, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX VOLUME 25. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 25, 1899. i FJ. We Don't NUMBEE 31. GRIGSBY & MUNCEY (ieiei'ftl Agente, Jutsfii'n Kentucky. Ill Ml SF LITERARY NOTES The event of the literary year will bo, undoubtedly, the great novel upon which Count To'stoy has been laboring in order that lie may duvoto the proceeds to tho transportation to Canada of ihree thousand Russian Q.uakois. It is generally believed by Ids friends that this work will probably mark the conclusion of Couut Tolstoy's literary career. Not merely on this account, buthecnus.i .f tho subject lreated.it will attract ihe widest attention, the world over. It is a profound study of the life of man and woman,-antreats of tho three phases of love that of the youth, that of tho young man, and that of the man in mature age. The Cos mopolitan Magazine announces that it has secured tlie solo light of publica tion. God is good to the Irish," was the motto inscribed over a pipo crossed on a whiskey bottle, which the witty Dion Uoucicault invented for the coat of arms or the 'Shaughrauu Club." This interpretation tho purposes of Divine Providenco would seem to bo borne out by an article in the Jnnuarv Cos mopolitan treating of the IriMi leaders of tho nations, and showing that not only has England a Lord "Wolseley, u Lord Roberts, and a Kitchener, but that Spain litis a Duke of Tetuan, Uus sin a Taafe, not to mention an endless array of other Irishmen who have ic- Hected honor upon their native land. 4 Position oi Eormon Chsrcli in Regard to Polygamy. STRONG SENTIMENT AGAINST R SALE. The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO. The executor of Lee Jake White, deceased, Absolutely "Pjjre oLaen IT. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome BOVSt BAKINO POWDER 250,000 CURED. 10 Acres of Land, oi which lies Immediately In Foxtown, tho balance is between the land ot Wm. Eennett and Dudley Tribblc. The latter is in bluegrass and has not been ploughed for thirty years. Address, 23'4 Enuitable Life NEW YORK, ttt territory. OFFICE-Mai- n unoccupied Street, Agents wanted in Ricbmoud, Ky. bv Mural Halstead, 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 f, neral Merritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, in Hong Kong, in the American trenches at Manila, in the insurgent camps with Agui-jaki- o, on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey, an-in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila, nonania for agents. Brimful of original pictures taken by goverment photographers on thrspot Large book. Low prices. Dig profits. unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address, F. T Barber, Scc'y , Star Insurance nidge., WANTED EVEKY ACTIVE SOLICITORS for "The Story or the Philippines" Freight paid. Credit given. Dror all trashy oct26-l- t'hitagO. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. Airoairari. j W. MILLER. Attorney-at-La- Richmond, Office - - Kentucky. in the Burnam Building, next door to feb3-l- y armer's National Bank. J Attorney-- a --Law, KENTUCKY. IIICHMOND, Office over Taylor's Hardware store, opposite Court House, on Main Street. II. B. HOGG, Richmond, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. 31 30 Office No. 13 First St., tip stairs. J. 0. & D. M. CUENAULT, - ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, Office on Second street, over Chen-ault'- s grocery. PHYSICIANS. DR. H. It. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond. Office in the Joe Colins building, i3 and ond Street, orer Wnue ..old drucstore. o Sec7- - CIIAS. HOOKER, VETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary CoUtge. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. up stairs, over store rfently by Richmond Harness Co., East Mamy St., npr7-lRichmond, Ky. ccu-pi- JT. C. Medicine and Surgery. Oflice Collins nuildine, Main Street. Telephone JASPER, M. D. nt residence (the Cnrr place) on Broadway. ----- Richmond, Kentucky. G. W. EVANS, M D., Physician and Surgeon, Richmond, - - - - Kentucky. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practiliwier in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky -Richmond, and residence on Second Strcgt DENTAL SiniQSIlT. PBNTIST, OF Louisville, Ky. next door to Government Building, 10 . RichmSnd, Ky. Ulace nours a 10 novt7-ly Correspondent ulio lias traveled extensively tlirougli Uutjili iliinkstlu prautico Is practitally obsolete the liut latur on, and who Congressman-elec- t and alleged Polyjj-ainiu- t seiv d te: ms in tlio penitentiary for rea man of Jirilllant .utaiumc.nls fusing to obey tlio law before it was and finest orator among- Mormons. tested in the courts, nre sore on the Btiliject, but even these mkmii now willWashington Tost. ing to accept the situation; while the Editor Post: I liavo wutulied wiih young people, almost en inab.su, are outmuch interest the discussions ar.d spoken in their opposition to polyuatnv, speculations tlironIi tlio papors as to anil tevolt at the mere suggestion of a wliat Congress will and should do in possible return to it. This feeling tlio caso of 15. II. KoberLs. Coii(;rss-inan-ele- ct among the young people is shared by from Utah. ?.! iuierot is nearly all of the women, young or old. intensified by the fact that I spent the The women I heard express themselves greater portion of the past two sum- were, without exception, not only mers in Utah, on business, my business strong but many taking me all over the Stato, ii to the boldly asserted that it was forced upon most remote rural distiicts, and bring- them in tho first place by the church. Tins is the present situation. But if ing me in contact with all classes of Utah's population. Often I was many Mr. Roberts is found guilty, if he really has three wives and Congress fails to tuiles from the railroad. Naturally, while making these trips unfcat him, what will be tho result? In I talked with the peoplo in lefureiicc to my judgment such neglect of plain duty their old practice of polygamy, when I on the part of Congress would be deteouM do so with propriety and without rimental not only to our common interfering with my own uifuiis. countrj , but especially to Utah. Sinct-1802Congrcs lias never failed, when To my surprise, every one talked freely and with evident frankuoss. Jly op called upon to act, to place its stamp of portunities for jutlgin-- ; of the senti- disapproval uypon this social evil, and ments of tho people were very good. to fail now, would he to admit error For instance, I stopped two weeks with upon all former occasions, and mighi a gentleman who had served three so encourage the leaders of Mormoniem terms in tho Utah penilentiary because that tl.oy would seek a repeal of law he persistently refused to give up two now upon the statute book of Utah of Iiis three wives; spent a week at a prescribing the ponalty for those guilty boarding house run by u former wife of of polygamy. In other words, they n Mormon Uishop; stopped with the might seek to make the old custom lawBishops themselves on several orca ful, so it may he consistently restored sions, in dilferont localities; traveled as a part of their practice. Tho clause seventy-fiv- e miles, through the coun in Utah's constitution would be a dead try, with the son of a Mormon by si letter with no penalty prescribed. plural wife; stayed for a week and a Utah is a sovereign State, and what half with a former Bishop, who, as the could our national government do if .Mormons expressed it, has "apostated" she shoald repeal this law? I do not (left the church), and heard express intend to intimate that nothing could ions on the subject from innumerable be done, but do say, it would present a individuals of all classes, in the church vory nice legal (juestiou. Possibly the laws passed by Con-creand out of it. when Utah was a Territory were After this experience, I beliovo I understand the situation thoroughly; unnecessarily radical. I am inclined to this bolief, but it ia too late now to evon bettor than many residents in Utah, because as a rule recede. The question is asked, "How would their observations are confined to sin gle locality, and then I was wholly Congress proceed in this mattci? without prejudice, political or other- There is no contest!" Many newspapers answer this by referring to Article wise. The avemgo "Gentile" (as are called), who resides in 1, Section 5, of tlio Constitution which Utah is intensely anti Mormon they provides that: "liach house shall be view the situation through a partisan's ihe judge of the elections, returns, aim qualifications of its own members," but glass. There are many causes for this often it is biougbt about froui the fact the authors ot this answer have evithat tho Gentiles want the offices, to dently not read tho Constitution lately. which the Mormons almost invariably This clause simply means that each elect their own friends and church house may judgo of the fairness of the elections, the regularity of the returns, members. I have noticed that several newspa and ofthe qualifications of its mom prs take the ground tlmt the disposi- bers as measured by tho requirements tion among the people of Utah to re of tho Ciiu&tiutiou. The Constitution sume the practice of polygamy is grow iiys (Article 1, Section 2, second para ing. In justice to those people I want graph) : ' No person shall be a Repreto say that such is not the ease. The sentative who hhall have not attained years, and Mormons cannot, according to their to the age of twenty-fiv-e vn creed, consistently encourage po- been seyen years a citizen of tho Unilygamy now. True from the date of ted States?, and who shall not, when their revelation (?) on tho subject down elected, beau inhabitant of the State to the time polygamy was declared un- in which he shall bo chosen." Is Mr. lawful they taught it as. a part of their Roberts qualified under this provision? religion and put it into practice, but If so, lie cannot rightfully he unseated aftor poljgainy was made a crime by under tho clause so ftcqueiitly referred act of Congress, and the constitution- to. ality of that law tested in tho highest But there is anotner provision in the court in the land, the church issued a Constitution which seems not only to manifesto iorbidJiug its future prac- give Congress the power lint the right tice. They were compelled to do this to expel a member, even thouidt he by their own creed. One of their foun- may be qualified, mid we see no reason dation doctrines is that, first of all, why it should not be made use of in they must submit themselves to the Mr. ltoberto' caso. The socon I paratemporal power. Mr. Hobcrts occupied graph of Article 1, Section 5, reads: a very prominent place in. tho church, 'Each house may demermiue the rules and the other leaders certainly know it of iis proceedings, punish its members if he is now, in the face of the law made for disorderly behavior, and with tho by the Mormons, and in the fitce of the concurrence of expel a manifesto issued by the chinch, prac- member " ticing polygamy, and if be is guilty, 1 I am a Democrat, but if tho charges am surprised that ho has not long since agrtiiiht Mr. Roparis aie true, in my by tho church. my judgment s a matter of public beon This is, at least, prima facie evidence policy, he should be without a dissenting voice. There are times of his innocence. Olcmrse, the old men in Utah who when politics should be put aside, and were forced to give up their plural this is one of tho times. Imagine a wives, whose children were bastardized, proud nation that has just brought to a victorious end a war waged for human itj's sake, and to extend her great civilizitiou, allowing a polygamist, a criminal, to sit in her Supreme Cot liss nun-Mormns two-thirdiiiim-hIl-i- ! CO.. HEW YORK. WE CURE EMISSIONS I TELL US THE HEWS. Nothing ran lio in-- r i itcmoraliiinir ia young or raitldle-ngo- l lacn lhan tho presence of tlicso "ninlitly loner." 'lhcy of dieuit ami u wholo train ney unnc n man lor Dimac?. married linppine';. No matter life and whether caused by evil habit in youth, natural wcaknoM or, f emat cxccstc. our Want a Cent 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. t- I The Mt. Sterling Sentinel-Dem- o crat has the following which applicable hero as well as there: "AYclI, yes. we have is in John Dox 559. I anl-2- G. m Cole, Ex., Winchester. Ky. cuieyou. Wo treat and euro .SV1I1IL1 TIIK PENNY MAGAZINE, New- OLJJCT. KMIcsSIONd. IMPOTKXCV. York, which is the lowest-price- d maga snurrniB. varicocelk. sk.ii AND K1Di;titj, CONSULTATION zine in America (IX) cents a year,) and T.bY HIKE. JtnuKfS CHARGES which is owned by Hon. Chauncey M. JIODEH VTF. If nnahlp to rail, write QCi mCJf 11 LANK for 110JIE Depew, the eminent American orator, i :tiJA'i'?IEXT. wants a representative in this vicinity. DKS. It is a good opportunity for one of our ambitious young men oryoung women. 122 W. FOURTH ST., Applications should be addressed to the When yon go to marry, if you will Subscription Department, THE PENCiHCIKfJATI. O. sand us an invitation to be present and NY MAGAZINE, Templo Court, New witness the ceremony, or 6end us some vork City. jan'J3-3- t of the cake, then you would he sure of more than a passing mention. "When CORRESPONDENCE. yon are sick, if you will let us know, we shall go to see you if possible, and if you should die, we would certainly not SILVER CREEK. fail to lot the world know that a good mau or woman, as the caso might be, W. R. Karris and wife, spent last has passed from this world. "When the week in Lexington. merchant wants tho people to know that he has received his now goods, he Wo have had rain, mud and grippo comes to tho newspaper office, writes for the past ton days. what he wants said, and thus lets the John W. Ballard spent a portion of world know what he is in favor of. If Inst week in Cincinnati. you want the newspaper to chronicle Mrs. IJ. K. Brown has been on tho your weddings, deaths, births, your go sick li.t for the past ten days. ings or comings, why then let the ediMiss Stell.t Adams, of M. F. I , spent tor know it and he will tell the world." from Friday until Tuesday with home folks. The smallest things may exert tlio Mr. II. M. Bialy, of Kingston, spent greatest influence. Do Witt's Little Saturday and Sunday with John Early Risers are unequalled for over coming constipation and liver troubles. Maupin, Jr. CJO TO THE- Born to the wife of Rev. "W. Potter, Small pill, best pill, safe pill. Doug las iJt Wells. it lit. Carmel, Tenn., Jan. 4, a son, Merrill Earnest. MARRIAGE CEREMONY. 12 W. Short St., Lexington, Ky. Miss Ella Powers .returned home Sunday, after spending a week with J. "W. MASTERS, Proprietcr- Atlanta Journal. Itegular meals 25 cents. Lodging 23 cents. relatives in Richmond. Most convenient and centrally located hotel in The following marriage ceremony. the city. Fine equipped bar in connection. Mrs. Nannie McBroom went to Lan used by Squire Tunk Blossom, of Bill Williams district, shows anup-t- date- - caster, Monday, to be present at the ness that is astonishing for such a con- marriage of her cousin. Miss Georgie servative community; as Billl AVill- - Miller,- to George Lusk. at night, or perhaps get on the train from the far side. AV'e fre. qtieutly fail to get an account of son.e man whipping Ida wife for the reason that the good woman will say nothing to us of her troubles along this line. It ii fiequ3ntly the case that people are sick and we know nothing about it until they come in and raise a kick that it was not mentioned in tho paper. While we know a whole lot and a lot that will not do to publish, yet there ire many things occurring in this ;reat, big world that we can know- nothing of, unless snmo one tells of it. go or come oflicial. and he pledged toseciecy And then we have missed recording deaths simply for the reason that we do not make a habit to lie around an undertaking establishment. And wo sometimes fail to got the goings and coininus f the Leoplo for the reason that they the past missed little items of news that would have been of interest to some people, if not tho whole world. We sometimes miss finding out that a wedding has taken place, for tho that tho croom slips into the Clerk's oflice after everybody has gone to bed, or when no ono is there but the rea-son NO mi 550 'No maltpr ln llcailer. yiiiiueeJliclp. liirly nburo or later uccmi may hao neahened ynu. I .exposure may aavo cisenjol you. loul aro not Fa f o till cured. Our Now Method f will euro you. Ibarsn Lotus. CURE' UQ PAY -- or m nrosiy. CD CURE Yonnsr Man Yon nro pate, fecblo njid liagsant; nervous, Initablo and excitable. Yo i becomo forgetful, morofo, und despondent; blotches end pimple, sunken ojm, vrrinklcl face, Hooping form and duwncat couuUsauco rovcal tho blight f your existence. rerions tout mm mar yr,u may haTO h.wl 'WECUaSWdCOCELEj A KM' I I will offer for sale privately my House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th Streets, back ot A. K llurnan.'a property. The houw has seven rooms, good cistern, stable and other outbuildings; the lot contains about 0x90 feet. The price will be reasonable for car h. WILLIAM ENGLISH, novO-t- f Richmond, Ky. nece-saar- y L.r ilx. Wv U171KN CURES GUARANTEED uiii.n euro it. Ibo return to Acins I heir nonr.al condition and henco tin Fosn.il organs reccivo proiwr nouri.-h-- I meat- - Tlio organs becomo italiicU, all iiimatu: .1 drams or ceajo ami manly powers return, lio tcmtoraiy 1"1icS but n remianecl euro ftivcrvil. I L"'(i:' " PAY. NO OI'KItA- - mmi(U '1KEATMKNT it.ourl will wormy FOR SALE! A stock of General Merchendise. A bargain if sold at once. Dest stand in countvD. Z. & T. B. TAYLOR, - CTD l,c Janll-l- w Waco, Ky. CO Bed-roo- m ,K Who can think of some simple tblog to patent? may bring you wealth. Protect your Idww; Write JOHN' WKUDEKBDRN & CO. Patent Attor ce.TS. Washington. 1. C, for their 1.9U) prUo oiler and llat or two hundred lurcntlona wanted Wanted-- An thr Idea Suites... any, Golden and Antique Oak.... Nj Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds. Elegant Sideboards. Extension and Center Tables. Nj 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 eit'. Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Work Baskets, Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attractive additions to our business. If you are a lover of beauty it will pay you to call and my line of Framed Pictures, Medallions, &e. We also make a specialty of In Bird's-Ey- e Alaple, Mahog- Ira Keknedy Kergan ictisre Framing! We tire now receiving all of ihe new things in mouldings in eboii3r, mahog-ny- , oak, aud other woods. Picture mats-whi- te, black and more than fiftys hades and colors, in velvet, felt and smooth hand tints, and other picture framing materials for the Holidaj' Trade, which we will make up and offer at our genuine Etchings; 100 usual low prices. 100 se- lect yard Pictures, all different subjects. framing pictures. -- ng!ieh Kitchen, Compete Por-- . 10x20, $1 to $1.50. If 3'ou want pick and choice of this select to hang, 8x10, 25c. glass backing and wire size, trait Our line is full and complete, aud in charge of Mr. M. G. Brown, a graduate embalraer and funeral director. It will pay yon to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. 1 n o - News and Opinions "olOFtlio' National Importance district: 'Young lady, will you promise to take this helpless young gosling you hold by the ham! mid s e that he wants iame BEREA. Mr. E. T. Polite attention, prompt and efficient service guar-tee- line of goods call early. S, NEVILLE MOBERLE PHONE 23.SH d. ii fit Fish is very ill with pneu- for nothing? Will you guarantee to stand between him and the poorhouse, fan him when he is sick, provide him witli a new suit twice a and nl ways sec thnt his supply of stovewood is dry and convenient until tho divorce courts shall intervene? If von feel like n.idortakinga little matter like thnt. deposit $20 with me as a guarautee that lie will be well cared for and take the gosling and liht out." monia at his home on Main street. Our townsmnn hustling agent for the Hurst Insurance Co., .was nt Ford last week adjusting the loss of G. C. Clark. The citizens, of Berea, met last Sun day afternoon in College Chapel to give J. V. Chancy, tho The Sun Contains Both. 6 -- Successor to J. S. Collins. DUD. 203 M, TOW, STREET. ff. MIX thanks Ids for the $200,000 fund secured by President endowment Daily, by mail, Frost and a year N. Il.-- Wo arc nnt nclecting our Willi Taper. Window Shale. Paint and GUifs lmsine.-'s- , the snmo low pticeg :ire nim'.e to cncli and every one idike. Daily and Sunday, by mail, 8 a year cit? Of course Congress culd not, with out usurpatiou, heat Mr. Roberts' oppo nent. To unseat Mr. Roborts would simply create a vacancy to he filled in Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-son- , next door to postoffice. D ?. FRED SMITH. 13511 den: 1ST. OaVOfQce, over Collins' Oroccry. same office lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. an!2-l- y r3 the ordinary nay. I hae lead a number of Mr. Roberta' writing, and am woll acquainted with his standing in Utah. He is a man of unusual biiiliiiiicy and strength, lie is the unrivaled orator of tho Mormon church. If an effort is made to unseat him his speech in his own defense will bo worth hearing. It will be the great est advertisement tlio Mormon religion has had since Josoph Smith discovered Kik Oi.wiam. (?) the plates. Little Itock, Ark. THE DEADLY GRIP Dr. Louis H. Landman No. 603 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, will be at the Hotel Zimmcr, Richmond, Ky., on Wednesday, February 8, 1899, returning every second Wednesday o. each month. Reference every physician of Rich(cbl6-lmond, Ky. KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. E. UJ. CAVE. FifiiJcit, iHimjtw!. Ej. ERARY, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COMMERCIAL COLLEGES. Tuition for Literary and Bible Course $22 a $10,000 year. More than twenty teachers. gymnasium. Thousands of successful alumni. Social and moral welfare of students receive special attention. Open to both sexes. For JlyZMf catalogues address the President. What docs it do? It causes the oil elands in the skin to become more 2ctive, making the hair soft and glossy, precisely as nature intended. It cleanses the scalp from dandruff and thus removes one of the great causes of baldness. It makes a better circulation in the scalp and stops the hair from coming out. nun mmi 8HORT LINE TO n it Prevents Cares ooliiess Ayer's Hair Vigor will surely make hair grow on bald heads, provided only there is any life remaining in the hair bulbs. It restores color to gray or white hair. It does not do this in a moment, as will a hair dye; but in a short time the gray color of age gradually disappears and the darker color of youth takes its place. Would you like a copy of our book on the Hair and Scalp? It is free. If you do not obtain nllthal'fncflu nse ot the Ylgor you expected from write the Doctor about it. Address. DR. J. C. AYKR. Lowell, Msjj. m New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Louisville every Thursdsy night and runs through to San Francisco. Ask your ticket agent for particulars or write to R II. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to Mirophis and Now Orleans. Wfl. A. KELLWW, A. H. HANSON, A.a.P.A,LosJYille. a. P. A , CtUcago. Is again abroad in tlio land. The-- air you breathe may be full of its fatal germs! Don't neglect the "Grin" or you will open tho door to I'nuumonia and Consumption and invite death Its sure signs nre chills with fever, headache, dull heavy pains, mucous discharges from tho nose, sore throat cough. Don't w.iste and never-lel-g- o precious time treating this cou'.'ti with troches,-tabletor poor, cheap byrups Cure it at, once, with Dr. King's Nov Discovery, the infallible remedy for bronchial (roubles It kills life disease. germs, liealj, the lungs and piovonts the dreaded after "effects from the. mala l.v. Price 50 cents and $1. Money back ii not cured. A trial bottle free at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. s, Tho Standard Oil Company last week raised the price of oil ono cent per gallon. A local dealer upon being asked what had Inouglit about tho raise said that "tho company had a big law suit on hand and the rafto was made1 in order to pay the expenses of the suit.1' Our readers who nre posted on the quantity of o sold by the Standard Company realhw what an immense amount of money one cent on a irallon will bring to the coffers of that concern. Covington ComiiiQiitt'ealtb. 1 EXPERIENCE 'Uncle" Allen Park, an aged and 'OTI JJU'IW much respected colored man, who has Regardless of Age. been sexton for iho Glade Christain The kidneys nre responsible for more church for many years, is dangerously sickness, suffering, and deaths than any ill IS TUB GREATEST SUNDAY with phoumonla. NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD, other organs of Ihe body. Dy melt, $2.00 a year. Price 5 cents a copy. A majority of the ills afflicting people Trace Marks DRIP ROCK Dcsicns is traceable to kiduoy trouble. Address TIIE SUN. New York. Copyrights &c. Anyone sending a sketch and flcscrlptlon may It prevades all classes of society, in all 7n!cklr nscertntn onr oulnlon free whether an Tho matrimonial fever has biokcn iYjYiV:YiYiYi7iV;YtY climates, regardless of ago, sex or conInTention is probably patentable. CommunlcA- tlonsMrtctlrconudential. Handbook on Patents out in this section lor tlio first lime I CTTYLISH, RELIABLE : dition. sent. ireo. Uincst oconcy lor eccunnepaicmn. I'ntccts taken tlironeh Jlunn & Co. reccivo winter. ; ARTISTICThe symptoms of kiduey trouble are this rpccioX notice, without charge, In the Tho roads iu this part of the world t ;S Recommended by Leading unmistakable, such as rheumatism, Dressmakers. 5; 3: neuralgia, sleeplessness, pain or dull are getting bo muddy it is almost im5 They Always FIease,-5- . cirAhajidsomelrllltWnited weeWr. it) the back, a desire to urinate possible to travel. culation of any tcicntlHo Journnl. Tcnns. $3 a ache rear; four months, JL. SoMbyall nowdenlcr often day or night, profuse or scanty Married, on Monday, the IGth i list. , at MUNN&Co.36"'"'. New York supply. the residence of tho groom's aunt, Mrs Uranch Office, (25 P 8t,"Washlnston, D. C. IP. 7 Uric acid, or brick-dudeposit in M. F. Walker, Mr. J. C. Alcorn and urine are signs of clogged kidneys. caus- Mrs. Sarah A. Webb, and there are ing poisoned and germ-fille- d blood. others who will probably follow on the fori & Railway. s NONE E OTTER AT ANY PRICE S oometimes the heart acts badly, aud snmo voyage soon. Cif" I'hese p I'terrn are o.tl in nearly ; evcr c,t casta (wasting of tlio kidneys) are uccemocr a, vsos I ani fwn in the I niied State ln lancet Married, on the 11th inst., nt the resiIf jour dealer iSe not kcct tl.m nd direct to uv One cmt stamps received. found in the urine, which if elected dence of tlio brido's father, Mr. C. L. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. Address vjut nearest point wid result iu Rright's Uisense, the Fowler, Mr. Virgil Cox and Miss Nonia THE AlcCALl. COMPANY, p.m. p.m p m. a.tn most dangerous form of kidney trouble. Fowler. Attendants, Mr. G J. Mur7 20 133 to K6W. 14th Street, New York; 2 00 0 20 Lve. lUchmond .... Ar. 1 ll 7 03 6 16 2 5T Winchester. 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Accnis warned lor this magazine inevery 2-ery, Swamp-Root- , and a book tellii g locatltr. Iicautilul iirenutim tor a little vertised by me last December, bat havo now TO OURSOiL. J work. Write for terms and other parttcfour or five other nice cottages, well located -- n. all about it, both -- ent to you absolute y . and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at ' including a FltKK my olhce over Slessrs. White &. Gibson's store, free by mail. Send your address to Dr. Catarrh is an E Addrvss THE McCALL CO.. S; with Stephen D. Parrish, Attoruey-at-LaAmerican disease. Kilmer & Co., ISingham, N. Y., and S 13S to 146 W. 14th St., New York 3; FLORIDA II. PABRISU, Mrs.Greger,Bagby, kindly mention that you read this libJan26-t- f Attorney and Agent Tex., says: "l'c-ru-n- a eral offer in Tho Richmond Clihas done so siu ch good mm: max. VI for mq that 1 am able REPAIRING AND TIMEINO FINE WATCHES All Work Guaranteed. to do roy own work." A SPECIALTY. Tho Lexington Herald says that W. Mr. JacobGriffin, Elmer, W. Gill ships 5,000 dozen eggs every Mich., writes: '"I was very month from Lexington to eastern markets and estimates that since Mr. Gill v it work. I have taken several has been in the business, ho has shipand bottles of ped 2 100,000 dozen eggs, which if am entirely well." placed end to end, would reach from Esther Luther, Frank-linsvillLexington to Boston, a distance of 840 N. C, says: "I for miles. took your 2nd Richmond, Ky. deafness can hear now as Mr. H." A. Fackler, Editor of tho well as I ever could." Mtcanopy (Kla.) Hustler, with his wife Aug. Tryloff, Mt Clemand children, suffered terribly from ens, Mich.,writcs: "Iliad la grippe and it left roc La Grippe. One Minute Cough Cure with a terrible cough. I was tiie only remedy that help them. topk and was It acted quickly. Thousands of othera cured." use thii remedy as a specific for La Mrs. E. Guest, Kearney, Grippe, ami its exhnustiug after effects. WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK. Next week Buffalo Co., Neb., writes: Douglas & Wells. Hose worth 20cts for "Ladies' Fleeeed-line- d for took your a "I can say that catarrh, and lOcts; 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c. Bargains It is foreshadowed in the Paris Press I am now entirely cured this week in Uible linen, napkins and counterthat the Court of Cassation will rondor ot it." panes. j.itlgincnt in favor of Dreyfus. If he II. Walter Brady, Casshall be liberated who can calculate the I hnd cade, Ark., says : real damages he bhotild rightfully bo running cars. It was sa able to collect lioin the French go v.em- offensive I excluded myPry Goods, ISTotions and other articles. Remeut? No money tould repays no reself from all society. After member the name when in doubt.. stored honors could atone for trj'o grisly I had borne it fourteen horrors he has siill'ered alone on that years I read Dr. Hartsaan's book called prison Island, to tay nothing of tho ' The Ills of Life.' I ,,took seventeen THOS. ME1GHEN, that must have torn his dollars worth of his n?edies aad am deep entirely cured." , h'jart. ltlCHMONJ), KY. ly) (no Con. Main akd Ciikapsidu. to-da- y -? 50 YEARS' REMEMBER at Thurman's than anywhere on Earth. Give as a call. You can buy more GROCERIES for less money Tiiurman Grocery Co., Con. Main and Cheapsidh. RICHMOND. KY, Scientific Jfmerlcan. O-- c US CALL BAZAR make of Piano may have one, another two, another three POMES. & & & m3Scr3 or these properties, c & st 28-2- urn Ciiimti 1 I ; ! "... ! ij ! t.cni s!l yiais, i w. I xi .i hirmosio-- 3 Ft Wayne Organ ij Agents !n mxt ail cilice. If none In Estafclisued 25 years. ""W 11 GOo. Ft Wayne, IncL 1 OUJAfo Read This I .. :...-..- ... Z t 1 5 t) ia Will continue to gire week by week during 1S09, hy mtans of Illustrations and text, all the important news o! the woildia a clear and concise manner. tl'. n POLITICS Independent of parliM. deroted to goodgorernrcent, it will not hesuile to approre or dUapproye, wluteyer tho tituatioa tnij be. ART The leading artists of the etrantry will contribute to the pages of the WEEKLY, ai heretofore, making It the foremost illustrated weekly. Cuba and the Philippines Special articles o( ul.om Hawaii and Porto Rico These places will be similarly treated br Casper Whitney and W. Dinwiddle, who likewise made a study ot the places Pe-ru-- c, br Meiirs. Phil. mo cutinri Robinson and F. D. Millet, both od special journejs to the islands ill amwat oo these Pe-m-- Street, ...THE BEST... PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE YEAR future 11. Ma Advance Advertisement! WEEKLY has been in the past and will be in the war is Th great writ accomplished in the late Stan'uh-Amenca- n characteristic of the WEEKLY'S liee and energetic iiolicy. Is what HARPER'S W OiiatUrs SERIAL STORIES WHEN THE SLEEPER WAXES. WITH SW02D AND CRUCIFJX. THE CONSPIRATORS By II. 0. Wells. By IJ. S. Van Zlle By It. W. Chambers H. S. Merrlman M. S. Brlscca Pe-ru-- Some Short - Story CoHtrlbutors W.E.Horrls K. F. Benson Owen Hall H.S. Williams F.J. McCarthy John Corbln THE WEST t) (i and its industries will be treated In a series ot articles by The Maine Commission Co. .Mattliewj. end its resontces i bi the s!: t of a series of papers by huh-i'- il J. ALASKA Spurr. The London Letter atd will be full eftimely matter. will be continued weeUy by TSIs Busy TCorU bv IL S. Mii'tin. will cr amuse and ItrUiucl iis : i' rai : to . AMATEUR ATHLCriCS iuwell-ksawn editor, Jtr.Csjpar Wa'g.t ; di.-gra- Manager, 10 tVi o (iw BR0TIII-R5. 1 AiMress- - HARPER ' & Puillstys. J1 vM', Aw The Richmond Climax. A.CMLmtT' -- Proprietors aad Editors. C E. WOODS, Associate Editor. 'When men aro excited they talk about what they can do; wbch they are calm choy talk about what they, ought ' to do." W. J. Bryan. $T Charley Edwards, of Alt Storllng, attended tho C. U. O. C. dance; Friday night W UDNESDAY. JAN. 25, 1890. PUBLISH KDIVEKY WKDNR3DAY BY ThQ Climax Printing PKIt YKAIi, Co. The expose of Keeloy's motor "se cret" by a Philadelphia newspaper which had his workshop ransacked after his death indicates the reason why all confidence men aro down on tho press PIIICK $1.50. war department at Washington that is on Gen. Miles: Gen. Hussell A. Alger, Secretary of War, was courtmartialod for cowardice in the face of the enemy. Gen; W. C.Corbin, Adjutant General d of the United Staies Army, was for cowardice-ithe face of tho enemy. Gen. - Clias. P. Eagau, Commissary General, was courtmartialed for failing to pay his gambling debts. . court-martialen Hhrr is the record of the glorious trying to cast aspersions ANNOUNCEMENT FOn AUDITOIK We arc authorized to announce JOHN B. ClIEN'AULT, of Madison county, a candidate for the office of State Auditor, subject to the action of tho Democratic State Convention. There is not a break nor a crack in their structure. Reports from the cast and the west show a resolve to go straicht on with the work of proselyting as American citizens should vote. Eastern journals may grow hysterical. They may- - threaten the country with ruin as they threatened it in 189C. They may call upon the bulldozed employes of outrageously protected facto ries to march to tho polls and surrender thoir manhood yet another time. All of that is to bo expected. Their purchased patriotism is known for what it is. The friends of silver voted more To iU virtues very kind," strongly the past November than in No loving it for the urnn'1 auso it fights vember, 1S90. They will vote more for hardly more than for some of the strongly in November, 1000. They enemies it has made. With a deep in- know that they are right. They will go ahead- terest in its establishment, and a steadIt has been about two months sinco fast trust in the integrity and loy- the Novombor elections and wo repro alty of its nimmgeuient, wo earnestly duce tho above from Brann's Iconoask all those who want to see the tri clast, issued this month, in order to umph of the principles for tho further- indelibly stamp on the brow of the feeble individual who asserted, or thought, ance of which it was founded to that silvor was dead. Tho man who STAND BY TUB IMBPATCll! argues that the silver issue is dead is It is the jper of the people. It is either incapacitated to grasp any ques not owned by a corporation, is not tion of momont, or he is hypocritical backed by limitless capital, and is, per- in his avowals. haps, yet unable to make the show of its older and wealthier rivals. J!ut it is our champion, fearless and faithful, and deserves the hearty support of tho whole State. It comes to us daily freighted with the bet and most reliable news, if nut tho greatest quantity, its editorials evidence the sleepless vigil it keeps over the wolfare of our psrty, and fills us with pride in the pos tension of a champion able to cope with opKinents no mattor who they are. Let no Democrat be weakened in his loyalty to or support of this, his party's only hope in Louisvillo; listen not to detractions or ridicule of the paper. These are the last retorts to weakon or destroy itand when gone it would leave 2i,000 Democrats without a voico, as they were thiee years ago. Those who have faithfully contended against the alluring policy of Philippine annexation lately welcomed many illustrious peuitonts to tho mourner's bench. will point with some degree of pride to the form of Fire Alurm Foraker seatod within tho temple of gonuiuo Amcri caiiism. Tln-- are all coming out of the storm. There are confessions yet to be made, penitents yet to outer the fold, erring ones yet to bo redeemed. The opponents of imperialism have placed upon tho outer wall of the templewherein the doctrines of tho fathers are fostered tho sign: "Whilo the lamp holds out to bum tho vilest imperialist may return " Congressman Davison voted against Civil Service Reform, and comes under the lash oi two of the createst Republi Col. Ciias. II. Jones, late of tlio St. lias purchased the Louisville (Ky.) Dispatch. We predict right now that Col. Jonos will make it interesting for Col. Ilonri Wattorson,. whose bichloof tho Ootirior-Jouriia- l, ride oi gold views fatuck in the crop of tho Democratic party in the la&t national campaign. The abovo paragraph is clipped from tha Columbia, Mo. Statesman, of January 20, and is tho firtt intimation we have had of such a transaction. It means, if true, nothing more nor less than the enlargement and improvement of tho Dispatch without changing its policy. With such a team as Col. Jones and Mr. Enloe, and with united Democracy at its back, the fnturo of tho paper and tho party would bo an assured success. There is not a better chance in the United for the building up of a great newspaper than in Louisville. The Dispatch is the nucleus. It has in ox Congressman Enloo one of the most forcoful, fearless and able editors in the country, and by the addition of capital to bettor equip it, it will leap to the front in American journalism. The Dispatch may have made some mistakes in its short but brilliant career, but wo are glad to be of those who are "To its faults a little blinB, Iiuis Post-Dispatc- h, Amono the announced applicants for a commissioncrship to the Paris Exposition, is our distinguished fellow citizen, Hon. Brutis J. Clay, who would fill the position with credit alike to the State and Nation. His failure to land the Swiss mission after a close contest, did not can so him to sulk in his tent, but ho continued to work for his party with unabated zeal. "We would like to see Mr. Clay have this place, if it is to bo given to a gontleinan of his political persuasion. He is a man all ovor, and would mako an official of whom we would all be proud. Have not "enlisted for tho war." They will stay with this fight until it is won. Miss Ollio Baldwin left .Monday for Annapolis Aid. She wr.s joined at Winchester by Airs. Beckncr-anher daughter. Alessrs. J. J. Greenleaf and Morri-weathSmith went to Lexington last Alonday ami attended ' Jack and tho Beanstalk" Alonday night ' Aliss Minerva Park Phelps entertained very delightfully at five o'clock tea, last Thursday in hinorof her guest, Aliss Myers and Air. Rush. .Miss Alary Logan left last week to spend the remainder of the winter with her sister, Airs. T.illio Koeno, who is studying music in New York. Mrs. Mary Nealo Thompson and Airs. C. D. Cheuault spent Friday in J?xing-to- n attended the reception given by the ladies of the two chapters of D. A. R. Mrs. Ben F. Powell and daughter, Aliss Jennette Mao Powell, of Jessamine county, returned homo Monday after a pleasant visit to relatives and friends here. Mr. I. B. Timberlakc, former pastor of the Baptist church, was in the city several days last wook. He is now in charge of the First Baptist church of New Albany. Whilo attending U. S Court at Frankfort Alessrs. W. 0. Cheuault, W. II. Harber, C. L. Searcy and Alatt Gibson were entertained at dinner by er Is This Not a Sign? That tho gulf between the north and south has disappeared and old wounds healed, would seem to bo indicated by an incident in this city last Thursday. The birthday of the immortal Leo was to bo celebrated in the evening, aud Adhand bills announcing dresses, Confederate Alusic, and Camp Fire Talks," were distributed by an old Union soldier who fought under Grant His nnme is Jas, Reeves, he is an invalid pensioner, a highly respected citizen, and member of the G. A. R. but he wont round with the bills for Lee's celebration with tho grace of one who has buried fraternal strife beyond the power of resurrection. A Pleasant Affair in The Country. On Tuesday last Aliss Alary Ballard, J. BIRTHS. IFF MILLION, BhoCK. Prof. C. F. Brock and wifo, neo Aliss I'arkes, 'of Newby, are rejoicing over the birth of a daughter. Sole agents for the Celebrated Fine Knot Coal. None genuine but ours. No slack, no clinkers. Try it and be convinced. Near R. N. I.&B. depot. ITotice to Creditors All parties holdine claims atrainst the estate of Jesse Newby, deceased, will present same properly 'erified on or before March 23, 1899, or same will be barred. B. B. MILLION. jan25-4- n Special Com'r, Are you married? to any particular house, if so pet 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, Underweai, Wool Hosiery, Blankets, Comforts and Notions of all kinds. I I mean Telephone 21. Auditor and AH--, Airs. S. Theue aro no bimetallists who The opponents of annexation can journals in America for so doing. The Chicago Record Eays: '"Let the But the New classified list alone." York Sun goos to the marrow in this characteristic style, and we commend its language and its consistency to those Republicans who voted for Civil Ser vice, but are now dead 'agiti' it. The Sun says: "The Democratic platform of 1S9G opposed life tenure in the public ser vice.' Alio Jmocrats in congress have consequently a perfect right to oppose tho Civil Service law. Tho Re publican piatiorm oi Ib'Jb declared that Civil service law was placet! on the statute book by the Republican party, which lias always sustained it, ami we renew our repeated declarations that it shall bo thoroughly and honestly en- lorceu anu exionueu wnerovor prac ticablo.' "Hero is a distinct pledjio'and it can not be broken honorably. The Republicans in the House who voted to refuse an annronriation for the Civil Service Commissioners broke that nledce. Their performance was not onlv dishonorable, but it was miserably choap. They knew perfectly well that the bonatc would not concur in any such business. They knew perfectly well that the House, after it had hail its cheap kick at the Republican Civil , Service-lawwould turn around and vote for tho appropriations, as it did yesterday. This show has bson given boloro. JSut the temptation to impress g upon their constituents that they would help them jet a Fed eral job if it were not for this law is too great for such weak minds to resist. So certain Republican Congressmen make a merit of spitting at a law of which their national piatiorm ooasteu anu which tbey are bound in honor to sustain. "Wo havo never admired Chinese Civil Service Reform, but we admiro a good deal less the politicians who try to break a solemn promise of their olllce-seckin- and Mrs D. L Cobb, of Cynthi-ana- , are visiting Miss Mollio Fife. Airs. Cobb, who was Aliss Jane Patterson, was one of the six graduates at Aladison Female Institute in 18SG. Hon. C. J. Broti9ton made an address before the C. U. law class Monday wight. Tho house was well filled and Air. Bronston was greeted with warm applause. Extended notice elsewhere Miss Alary Campbell will leave today for Lexington to be the guest of Aire. Philip Wade Grinstead. Afterwards she will visit Shelbyvillo and Louisville and then resume her work with the Viavi Company. Air. and Mrs. Hugh McElwaine left last week for Lexington to reside; their departure is regretted. Their little daughter, who was the light of tho Bales household, will be greatly missed by its doting grandparents. The dance uiven last Friday night by tho C. U. Cotillion Club, was one of the prettiest and most enjoyable ever given in town. Tho ball room was festooned with cedar, and brilliantly lighted. Saxton was there in all his glory, and played as only he can. Tho chaperones were Air. and Airs. D. IJ. Shackelford, Beatty Aliddelton, Burt Stockton. J. E. Greenleaf, I. Shelbv Irvine, Nealo Bennett, G. W. Evans", Lacy Lee Bright. At intermission was served a delightful luncheon, after which all returned to the scene of gaiety and made merry till an early hour. at 1:30 p. m., at the residence of the bride's mother, Airs. Harriet Campbell, on Fifth street, Aliss Daisy Russell Campbell and Mr. James Ral" lew Deatherage will be united in marriage by Rev. Jasper K Smith, of the First Presbyterian church. The attendants will be Aliss Alary Campbell, sister of the bride, and Mr. Sam Bales. Tho bride will be attired in a pigeon blue tailor-matl- o traveling costume; her sister will wear a turquoise in visible plaid. After tho ceremony Air. and Airs. Deatherage will leave on a bridal tour. The bride-eleis a lovable and attractive young lady, whose gentle and unselfish disposition should ever inspire her husband to the loftiest endeavors to make thoir married life supremely hsppy. Air. Deatherage is the only child of Air. and Airs. Dock Deatherage, is an industrious farmer with many friends who join in congratulating him upon the winning of such an excellent wife. The Climax can express no better wish than that they may always bo as happy as they To-da- y, ct II. Stone. are RELIGIOUS. Preaejiingat the Baptist church on Sunday next by the pastor "It Is Right." This is the text from which Rev. Jasper K. Smith preached last Sabbath morning:. ''Right," said he, defined by the written will of God, or is written in our beans and consciences according to tho original constitutions of our natuie." He began with tho illustration of filial love and obedience. "Children, o'jey your parents in tho Lord." Not obey from a sense of propriety, nor from gratitude, but because "it is right." Air. Smith then launched into a discussion of tho prevalent false no lion thit what is right for ono is wrong for another, and forcibly illustrated this erroneous idea by the common belief that a private church member may do many things which his pastor : cannot. In other words, that the rule for the pastor is not the rule for the member. This sliding scale of "Right" lias no place in life neither, in the social, commercial, political, nor religious. What is right is right, always and everywhere, and we should adjust our conduct according to Rightand not vice versa, lietween tho rightand tho wrong there are no gradations; a thing cannot be more right or more wrong; plainly stated, whatever is right ;s not wrong, and whatever is wrong is not right. The right and wrong depend upon no circumstanco; what is once right or wrung is aiwnys ngni or wrong, xno right and the wrong are often beyond the reach of our faculties to discern-- but then wo can, if we really so desire, learn our duty as did Daniel, who, rather than obey tho mandate of the Aledian King, Darius, to eat certain meats and drink certain wines, and offer no prayers for thirty days, carried tho matter to the Lord, and when the Right was through prayer made plain, preferred tho lion's den to a cowardly compromise with duty. Another lamentable example of the double stan dard of morals, is to he found in the conduct of corporations, Miat will do those things from which individuals would shrink. This should not be. Tho eternal rulo of right was formulated heforo man was created. It is a platrorm upou which all mankind must stand, the free man and the slave. those of high and low degree, the min ister in ti:e pulpit, the listener m the pew, communities, states', nations all. all must conform to the inflexible rule of right. Tho lesson to bo learned from the sermon, whoso forcofulness our feeble efforts cannot portray, is that as chris tians wo must desire to do that which is right not only in tho sight of man but in the sight of God. As to what Uight is, governments cannot establisl it, popes cannot promulgate it presbyteries cannot prescribe it, associations cannot arbitrate it. conferences cannot control it; it antedates all these, and all these must conform to and be measured by tho eternal and unchangeable law created by thesovcr- 1 11. I.!! Aiuuur int uio worm. party." CiF.SfoweiiCoin Lexington, Ky. Mr. PERSONAL. last week. John B. Chenault was was In Paris A Ringing Full of Seasonable, Sensa ble Hints for the home and its comforts We have beautified many par lors during the last few weeks and-have'- Jackson county. last week. Aliss Laura Lynn left Alonday for a trip south. Mr. C. E. Smith has returned to Hon. A. R. Durnam in the city Message Airs. Frazee lias for her guest, Mrs. Pigg, of St. Louis. Airs. Norris, of St. Louis, is tho guest of her sister, Airs. L. J. Frazee. We aro glad to see Mr. Tom Arnold out again after his long illness. Aliss Katherine Blanton left Alonday morning for Montgomery, Alabama. Aliss Waldoan is in New York selecting spring millinery for Mr. B. W. Turner. uuury court. Air. Tom Martin, a prominent Lexington lawyer, is in the city attending suits left. few of them: AS-picc- Here are a M e mahoganv Texas. frame, covered in silk an address Belle Bennett Damask that w a a to Miss mission bund made at Stanford last the $2750. Tuesday. mahoganv Mr llnrt-m- . Proiritf nf Aft Cf.,-t:- ,. j. frOf rfi A A I &)Z.t5U frame suit, covered in spent several days with friends in town tapestry, beautiful last week. decoerntion on back that was $15 50. Mrs. Matt S. Cohen will have for her A Pekkins. Columbus Perkins, on overstuff guests th is week, tho Alisses Cohen of Alonday, January 23. of pneumonia, Versailles. 81 suit in Damask. Air. and Airs. C. J. Bronston are the near isaiuwin, tins county. guestB of Airs. George Prewitt, on Loweby. Jas. Lowerv. of the Mill Third street ion locality, died Saturday last of fistu Dr. Davo Benuett, of Lexington, la, ageu about 38 years Deceased spent butuiay ana 31 outlay with Mrs, leaves a wife and four children. James Bennett. Mr. Alatt S. Cohon will attend the Mr. UndcrhiU Scores a Great Succcs. Fnulconer sale of fine lioiscs at Dan If the next and last lecture of tho ville noxt week Alias Mildred Golden, formerly of Winter Lecture Course(by Dr. P. S, this city, is .taking depositions in the Hcnson, March 3: subject, 'Backbone") This is an annual event liockner-Asnc- r case. is as entertaining as that of evary year in January we Mr. Richard Bush, of Stanford, is day evening, the patrons of last Thurs tho series guests of Mrs. Thomas Pholjis at will be thoroughly satisfied. soil oil the odd pieces the You can buy them very urcaninsr ureeK neigns. of Versailles, is Prof. Underbill's entertainment does Aliss Bessie McGuin, cheap. visiting her sisters, Airs. John Pates not consist of a lecturo, hut may be de scribed as tho complete rendition of a S PEQIAL BARGAINS This and Mrs. Grant J. Lilly. Dr. AI. C. Heath in Stanford at week in Extension Tables tending bis daughter, isAirs. A. H. Sever drama by one performer, who person ates nil the characters. In this in and Sideboards. ance, who is critically ill. stance the play selected was Sheridan's Mieses Allio and Lucy BiggerstafT anu Lizzie Victor, oi Miuulesuoro, aro Comedy, "Tho Rivals," and Air. U.a tlerhill's personations of the several visiting Mrs. J. W. iutwnns. of this drama from the Air. and Mrs. W. D. Oldham and characters little Eon 6, Musters Ronald and Har progeny of learning and large words old aro visiting in Alt. Sterling this "Airs. Malaprop," to bravo 'Fighting week. Bob," were masterly, indeed. Aliss Ethel Terrill is expected homo The audience was keenly early in February.- - She will be accomMAlNSAKDilBROADWAY, and seldom did a better satisfied panied by' her' sister, Mrs. Vernon gathering disperse from the Court Lexington, Ky. Boggs. itfti-u- : Mewrs. Duvo Fox, John Itaraes and Hem: Van Groenleaf has just returned from a visit to Aliss Lizette Dickson at Paris. Miss Nannie Heath is visiting with her aunt, mra. iimury ot JNiciioiasvuie, in Miss At DEATHS 82 -- Chairs. and the occasion wns supplied by Owen government of, by, and for tho people " in the other. Hamilton was the patron saiut of tho aristocracy whilo Jefferson was the idol of the plain people. How feebly we have outlined this great speech above, all who heard it will testify, and we freely confess our inability, and regret our lack of space to do so were we capable. All during Dr. Kennedy Removes to Louisville. most inteuse its delivery there was Yielding to the solicitation of old attention there wns the there could not, friends and relatives at Crescent Hill, not have been a dissenting auditor unJefferson county, a suburb of Louis- til tho inevitable culmination of his ville, Dr. Orville Anderson Kennedy, logical argument, which was the cure of this place, has removed to his old for the evils of the day tho triumph of homo and will there continue the prac- the principles advocated by the great tice of his profession of which he was tribune ol the people, William Jennings a prominent member here. This will Bryan. be unpleasant news to the large circle From opening paragraph to closing of friends of Dr. Kennedy in Madison sontonce the speakor led his hearers county because it will remove from along by a narrative of our known ills, us a skilled and conscientious practi- showing how the slime of the serpent, tioner, a cultivated, refined gentleman, tho greed of gain, was over all. It and good citizen. Not only that but it was his purposo not only to state the means tho departure later, oi his tainuy, evils that beset us, but to offer a logical consisting of wife and little daughter, remedy therefor. This ho did in a wav Katherine. Airs. Kennedy is without that will be remembered here as long a superior in popularity among tho ma as mo pleased anu surprised portious trons of our community. Her lovely of his audience shall live. disposition has attached all hearts to XOTES. Her, anu her lriends arc limited only Chancellor Blanton deserves the by the circle of her acquaintance. Her departure will be as distinct a loss to thanks of the coinmunity for inviting social circles as that of her husband to Mr. Bronston to speak, and for suggest ing uio suujeci, ami ine occasion. the medical profession. n A Republican remarked: Dr. Kennedy was graduated at C. U. in 1SS3 with high houuis. He finished "Charley should have spoken through the medical course at the Hospital Col- a megaphone to the Nation. I could lege in Louisville, and studied in Eu- have listened all night. Say what you rope. Upon his return he was elected will, ho told tho truth." to the Chair of Chemistry, in Central Tho law students eat at the feet of a University, winch he filled with dis Gamaliel and heard the gospel of true tinguished success, such as had marked government in a way anil from a man his career as a student in the college. they will certainly never forget. Ho is fitted by nature and by educaHon. C. J. Bronston should be ention to adorn the profession, and is a gaged to speak to law students the rest bright ornament thereof, for whom the of this year. best wishes of this community are ex It was not a political speech but. O. tended, now that he is determined to Doctor, how grateful wo are to you for bid us adieu. the opportunity ot hearing it. Captured by Madison's Sheriff. The introductory by Hon. Richard Deputy Sheriff P. B. Uroaddus made AV. Miller was more ornate evon than a very important arrest last Saturday, when he led Air. Lindsay out in '90 on a full account of whicli appears in tlio same spot. "But, O, what a differMonday 8 iuiquirer, in thissnecinl Ironi ence in the morning " London, Ky.: "He is tho most logical roasoner at "lion. li.. K. llson, late candidate. the Kontucky Bar, tho ablest champfor county judgo, who is accused of ion of Right, the most fearless foe of causing a criminal operation, of which fraud, the matchless champion of freeMiss .fc.ary Cloyil.liie cook oia .London dom." R. AW Miller, before the hotel was the victim, was arrested through a telegram at Richmond, Ky., Saturday night and brought to Loudon CORRESPONDENCE. by Deputy Sheriff Richard Colycr, of Aladison county. The warrant was changed to murder and in the absence IRVmE. of Judge Stanberry. Sheriff Leo AIc- Estill Countyl Kargue placed him m the county lail with an extra guard. When the ollicer Miss Mary Jacobs is suffering and prisoner arrived Saturday night a crowd was at the dedot and to avoid agonies witli a felon on her thumb. trouble the train was Etopped below the Mr. Green Miller has just lately depot and they got off unobserved. moved into tho Miller residence on seen When llson stated that Alain street. ho would be defended by the best legal Mr. Todd moved Alonday into the and that he had the money to house opposite Thomas Williams' drug taleut secure it. He was very sorry that Aliss store. CloyU hau uieu and said lie was en Air. Birch Benton and family have route to Loudon from Williamstown when ho was arrested. His father ar- moved into one of the cottages' at the Estill Springs. rived Sunday night. Air. Hugh Itiddell. who has been at'Aliss Alary Clod died this morning and an inquest was hold by Drs. Pen tending the court)) in our adjoining nington, uouiweil and Karusey, who counties, returned homo Saturday. found that she came to death through Air. and Aire. Hugh Riddell are enthe attempted operation, which caused joying a few days with relatives at Lexpoisoning. In her deathbed ington. They will return Saturday. blood statement she left word to tell Wilson Aliss Stella Ashcraft wont to Will-mor- e she forgave him The remains were Saturday, will at taken to her paronts' home, about nine be enrolled as a where she Asbury once Colpnlpil of miles from Loudon, and were buried to- lege. night. Tho case w ill come before Judge Aliss Louise Vaughn is vieitimr Aliss Stanberry Alonday morning. "Eugeuo K. Wilson is the son of Dr. Judith Tudor. Wo aro dulighted to J. AI. Wilson, the oldest practitioner in havo this lovely young lady in our williamstown, Ky , and one of its town again. best cilizons. His arrest lias almost "Mr. Joe Vaughn spent the last two prostrated his aged parents and his o u n d a y e in irviiio. The Messrs Vaughn seem to bo greatly attached sisters, all of whom live here. to this city. A "Joblc Cans:. Tho high water detained Aliss Anna Last Friday evening: under tho aus agers in Irvine fiom Saturday until picious of the Daughters of tlio Confed Tuesday. The water was in tho road eracy, the birthday ol Goneral 11. li from llorseshoo Bend to the end of the Lee was tiuly celebrated at the court pike. house. It w as a soul stirring occasion, worthy of tho purpose for which it was VALLEY VIEW called. The proceeds are to be devoted to needy families of M. B. Farran, of Cincinnati, vas here How worthy the cause, we may learn last week on business connected with by reading this beautiful article from his large lumber interest here. tlio Winchester Democrat of one year A B. Asher. of Big Creek, is here ago, written before the celebration of this week on business pertaining to Lee's birthday there: "A generation ago tho best blood of ins timber interest. Judge W. B. Day, of Jackson, is here the North and South were arrayed against each other in battle array. lor a lew days. Both thought they were right and both Dr. Elmer Northcut was in Cincinna put forth efforts that excited the ad- ti last week on business. miration of the world. Especially was II. C. Fuller, of Aliclngan, is this true of tho Southern people. A pistii)' tlio Southern Lumber here asC.n.. in generation lias passed since then and measuring logs in their booms. timo and disease has dimmed the eves that gazed without faltering upon the John Coovert, of Higli Bridge, spent gleam of the sword and the flash of the a few days with the family of Jack musket ; cheeks that never blanched at lloup last week. Ap Robinson and family, of Chicago, the cannon s roar, are how seamed and furrowed, and the steps that followed areyisiting tne lamiiy 01 ired linrlon the flag to victory or defeat, are now- - Mr. Robinson hasn't been in Ken slow and halting and are rapidly tend tucky for twenty years. ing towarus the brink ot the dark river. W H. Harvey scut to Prof. Alorris Alany of thoso who made the very best Long, nanville, a pairof steel knacks: soldiers have not had the sagacity to were made by Butler Robinson sixty- forge ahead in tho sharp competition of two years ago. Mr. will place business and the winter of old age them with ins collection oi relics. which is rapidly approaching finds them unprepared. For thoso who Mrs. Nancie P. Long, of Danville, is fought on the winning side, a grateful visiting relatives hero, the lamiiy of government ha3 made ample provision Fred Burton. Alvan Newby accidently cut his leg in tlio way of pensions. For those who followed the stars and bars until fiually witli an ax last baturuay. Mack Masters omnlnvnd bv C P. they were furled forever in defeat but not in disgrace, there is no such pro- AmiRfrniii nr. Ilin Knnr.liprn T.nmlwV vision. Alost ol them aro old; many of Co. mill, had his right hand dangerous them aro poor, very poor. In ourcoun ly cut by a small circular saw early ty are some that noed help and need it Saturday morning. He was taken to badly. This is the design of those who the mtirinary at ltichmond. will give this entertainment, and all This end of Aladison county wants who have a kindly feeling for thoso the next Legislature candidate and will who are no longer able to fight the bat- out forward Squiro I. N. Douglas, a tle of lifo, but who while in their prime man who is in every way capable of did their whole dutv as thev saw it. lullliling the high duties ot a solon. aro invited to attend and help make Jay Em. Ess. this event a matter of pride to our people and of help to the aged veterans Deafness Cannot lie Cured. who so severely need it." by local applications, as they cannot A Great Address. reach the diseased portion ol the car. A largo crowd attended tho lecturo There is only oao way to cure deafness of Hon. C. J. Bronston at the court and that is by constitutional remedies. house Monday night, before the law Deafness is caused by an inflamed con class of C. U. It was one of the most dition of tho mucous lining of the Eusinteresting ovor heard here, and was tachian Tube. When this tube gets listened to with close attention and un luliamed you nave a rumbling sound mistakable appreciation bv a larcre'au or imperfect hearing, end when it is dieuce of both Boxes, all parties and entirely closed deafness is the result, and unless the inflamation can be tauom races. Th'c address created a profound im , ken out and this tubs restored to its ... .. f nriwolnn llffln K normal condition, hearing will be deIf is tho talk of the city. As was so elo stroyed forever; nine cases out of ten quently predicted by Mr. R. W. Miller, are caused by catarrh, which is nothing who introduced Air. Bronston. his but an ineamed condition of tho muspeech was a marvelouslv logical prc- - cous snrfaces. We will givo One Hundred Dollars inr any case 01 ueaiuess icaused bv Awarded catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's Highest Honors World's Fair. Catarth Cure. Send for circulars, free, it. J. uitEXEY &co., Toledo, U. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Hall's Family Pills aro the best, lm tho handsome daughter of Mr. John sentation of the chief dangers of our Ballard, of Whites Station, gave a recep Republic, that have always threatened tion and dance at her homo last Tues- it and that continue with increased day evening. Although the evening force to menace it3 security. From the very inception of our govwas very inclement, about ono hundred guests were present, from Paint Lick, ernment, he showed how two great warhad prevailed Point Leavell, White Hall. Waco, ring ideas supremacy of among Uio peoplethe concentrated Richmond and Kirksville. Mu6ic for power and .wealth, on one hand, tho Walkor's orchestra, whilst tho young hostess and her parents saw to the comfort of tho guests in other ways besides spreading a bountiful supper at a seasonable hour. The affair was in everything and everyway, except the weather, a brilliant success. Paint For iiV DON'T FORGET un- We have an 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 aud Overalls. My stock of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote onry a few p rices limited quantity of black paint, suitable for NlfcV that are now making them go : Blankets, 9ea or v barns, Iron Fences, Gutters, &c. Will sell in auy quantity at a very low price. For particulars call on or address, ::::Y V; Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50c. Ladies' Vests, 15c. and up. Ladies' Hose, 19c. Spool Cotton, lc. and up. All-wool for 38c. to $5.00. Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. 10-- 4, 100-Yar- d Yards Lace, 5c. Handkerchiefs, lc. and up. Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up. Brown Cotton, dc. per yard. Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. 12 Spool Silk, 5c. 7W Overcoats, $2.50 and up. I Lit IIIB lata Jan25-3m Co. 7W Always watch for my advertisement, I can save you money. A T&ew Soods erce week well-know- General Merritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, in Hong Konp;, in the American trenches at Manila, in the insurgent camps with on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey, aud in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila. Bonanza for agents. Brimful of original pictures taken by goverment photographers on the spot Large book. Low prices. Bit.' profits. Freisht paid. Credit given. Drop all trashy unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address, F. T Barber, Scc'y , Star Insurance Illdge., Agui-jaldo, by Murat Halste.id, 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 ACTIVE SOLICITOUS WANTED EVERY for "The Story or the Philippines" m cKEE,o Cor. Main and 1st Sts. Richmond, Ky. Chicago. oct26-l- m Great CLEARING SALE is now going on and great inducements offered. We want to close out everything that pertains to winter wear. This is our inducement: Semi-annual T E3 I !en5s $ 5.00 7.00 7.50 8.00 10.00 12.00 13.50 15.00 .J. to-ila- y and Young Men's Suits, now. now now . Suits ioff, Suits ioff, Suits i off, Suits ioff, Suits ioff, Suits ioff, Suits ioff, Suits ioff, Knee Pant Suits. $2.00 2.50 ) 3.00 4.00 ! 5.00 ) ) . now. now. now. now. now. .1. Suits ioff. Suits i off, Suits ioff, Suits ioff, Suits ioff, (3.00 Suits ioff, 7.50 Suits i off, Cents for a Button- Dollar for a Rip. now. now. now. now. now. now. now. .$1.50 . 1.90 . 2.25 . 3.00 . 3.75 . 4.50 . 5.G5 Overcoats. V A fTfTO jrsfa.sW W."0ne en One-fourt- HATS! $1.00 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.50 3.00 HATS! off, off, off, off, off, off, off, $ G.00 7.50 10.00 12.00 15.00 18.00 One-fourt- Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats i off, i off, i i i off, now.$ i off, now. 4.50 5.G5 7.5.0 uow. now. 9.00 off, now. 11.25 off, now. 13.50 h BRATED Off on all our CELEEMERSON SHOES. now-.- .. $3.50 Emerson Shoes off, 5.00 Emerson Shoes J off, now ..$2.05 . 3.75 The Celebrated Dutchess Pants. off on these justly celebrated pants. $2.00 Pants i off, now $1.50 2.50 Pants ioff, now 1.90 3.00 Pants i off, now. . . 2.25 1.25 Pants i off, now 95 2.00 Tiger Brand, Corduroy Pants i off, now 1.50 4.00 Pants i off, now 3.00 4.50 Pants i off, now 3.40 5.00 Pants i off, now 3.75 h Hats Hats Hats Hats Hats Hats Hats 1-- 4 4 1-- 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 4 1-- now now now now now now now $ 75 95 1.15 1.30 1.50 1.90 2.25 COLORED SHIRTS. $ 50 Colored Shirts I 00 Colored Shirts 1.50 Colored Shirts 1- -4 4 1- -4 otf, now off, nov off, now t 38 75 1.17 ne-fou- rth OS on now all Our Other Makes! $ 95 1.15 1 ? OF SHOES. . $1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.50 d.uu Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes 1-- 4 4 4 4 off, 1-- 1-- off, now off, now off, now.. . .'. off, now $ 50 Gloves 4 off, now 1.00 Gloves 4 off, now 1.50 Gloves 4 off, now 2.50 Perrin Gloves 4 off, now 1-- $ 33 75 1-1-- 1-- 1.15 1.90 1.30t 1-- 1-- 4 snoes i-i- oir, now 1.70 1.90 J 2.25 $ $2.00 Trunks V" TRU NKS 1-- $ 50 Underwear 1 1-- 4 nO TTnflni'Wfnv 1.25 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 Underwear Underwear Underwear Underwear Underwear 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 off, now nff nrmr off, now off. now off, now 1-- 4 1-- 4 off, now off, now 2.50 $ 38$ 3.00 3.50 7o 4.00 95 5.00 1.15 1.50$ 0.00 1.90$ 7.50 2.25$ S.00 o -d m or S.UIlKb 4 off, now Uil, I1UN off, now off, now ise Trunks Trunks Trunks Trunks Trunks Trunks Trunks Trunks lI 1 1 X- 4 4 1 .. .. 1-- 1-- 1-- 4 off, now off, .... .. .. .$1.50 . 1.70 . 1.90 . 2.25 . . . . 1-- 4 1-- 4 now. . off, now. . 2.G5 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 off, now .... off, now. off, now 3.00 3.75 4.50 5.G5 6.00 This great sale will not last long as the prices we make will soon reduce our stock. .Now is the time for all those that need anything for immediate use or for later use to huy. This is strictly a one-fourt- h off sale. 5 10 H. TRENG, "The Clothier," "The Shoer," "The Furnisher," "The Hatter." Public Sale! signed will sell on As trustee of John W. Parrish. tC. You tell your folks that when in need of anything in the Hardware, Tinware or Stove line, not to stop until they get to the Old Reliable-Housof D. B. SHA'CKEIiTSORD &J30' a. They are now buy ingfor v e undrr. Monday, February 6th, 1399, Ky., fivo shares ot ltichmond National Bank stock, one house and lot in Fevtantatrn. ml Joining the lands of Mrs. John W. Punish, and the land recently purchased by II. B. Dillingham from the undersigned as Ircsieu. Also ' MOST PERFECT MADE. interest ow ned by said Pnrrish In A pure Grape Cream of Tatar Powder. Frei the Malory Sorinzs Drooerty. The back stack will be sold for cash, the real estate on a credit from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant of ix months.. The purchaser will be leqnired lu - - vwuu Willi Hfunom netumf. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. JH. th K- C.F.Brower&Co Between the honrs of 12 m. and 2 n. m.. in front o! the Court House door, in ltichmond, - And receiving, the Largest and Alost Complete-Stoc(for the. Snrincr tradeV few They have had a ixperience in the hardwire business and they think thev know the people's wants. Thev are prepared to sellvi nnvfcninrr in f.hA hnrflwnvo linn, frtti 1,100 mMiAt j can get the amB Ku auywuere. ivow wnen you are not trading with S. & Co., iust keep vour hand nn vniif wihMt. foot and your eye peeled for hoodoos k CjLrSH, 7 life-tim- e - 1 U. UABHAULiT.TllUlee. i D, B. Mi Shackelford & Co. I TO QUOTE But SPECIAL SALES every day until after New Year. Our business has been phenomenal and, we are very thankful to the public, and take this opportunity of wishing each and every one Enjoying a Good Beginning. Wo aro rcquesteil lo thank tho p utile for ita cordial reception of the new hardware firm of Douglas & Simmons. They have received nearly all their stock and defycompetition. Everything s at tho lowest cash price. tirst-das- Married at '.The Metropolis. M :RRY CHRISTMAS Mr. Samuel Baldwin, a well o young farmer, and Miss Mnggio Nol and, daughter of Mr. Elbridgo Noland, ail of Union City, were mnrried in Louisville last Tuesday. Tliey weie accompanied ly Miss Katie Green anil Mr. Robert Baldwin, the groom's brother. The bride was tho popular teacher of Union Grove school last fall, and is a sister of Mr. John Noland, lately thq obliging assistant in the Richmond postoflico. to-d- Hie busy cee 2' v?' zs d . Tfc Tt s ,T?v 'S-- .v .N tps usn . TV n More .W v v Hi i A "5? .V XSv TV UUZ0" Sends Greetings to their many Friends and Patrons, sfc When you h?iAUfcrh AND A H P P need S Announcement. After a pleasant and profltablo existence of nine years, the firm of Wallace Rice has been dissolved, by mutual consent, Mr. Wallace retiring. The latter is succeeded by Mr. John Arnold, for the past six years with Messrs. Covington & Mitchell. The undersigned new firm will continue to conduct the largest exclusive Boot, Shoe and Gent's Furnishing Store in Madison county, adding Ironi time to time such new features as will ensure the maintenance of the high reputation of tho house, earned by long years' of upright dealings. We earnestly invite tho public to rail and inspect our stock, which is selected with the view of pleasing all, with tho assurance that our prices will be in harmony with the class of goods handled. & The great Mercantile Corporation, THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CO., have made ispecial arrangements with the manufacturers with whom they do business to make special prices for them during the year 1899, and they can promise their customers many rare bargains in all lines carried by them during the year. anything in UUilSlllUgS Boots, prop jib a rah i ill MOTTO' yart'-witle UUDEHBTJY, UNDERSELL- ,- oaill AND gl 207 WEST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, KY. l Ig Look out for our announcements in the local papers and circulars. They will alwaj's contain something to interest you, and our "LOW GASH PRICES" will save you nione-- . Our first offerings for the New Year will bo nice Blenched Cotton.no dressing 4c yard; Hope Wcached Cotton, Londsdale finish, Cc yard ; Green Ticket Londsdalo Bleached Cotton, 0c yard ; fruit of the loom Bleached Cotton. 0c yard; Masonvillc Blenched Cotton, 'Gcynrcl; best 10-- 1 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting, 15c yard; .good 10-- Unbleached Sheeting, 12c yard; good yard-wid- e Jlrown Cotton, 3Jc yard; nice Sea Island yard-widBrown Cotton, 4c yard ; AAA Trion Mills Urown Cotton, 4Jc yard. 4 their purchase. We havo our ware rooms full of all kinds of domestic goods and as long as these special prices aro named on them customers can buy what they want. Customers aro not limited as to the quantity of See our ad Ricn & Arnold. elsewhere cigar. See Douglass & Simmons' lino of Anchor cooking stores, Kono equal it in the country, for price and quality. For Sale, The best smoker, the Proctor Knott We will offer good calicoes at .'He; Ameticnn indigo blue calico, 4c; new red calicoes, best'hrands, 4c; American shirtings, new styles, 3Jc; Simpson's black and mourning prints, 4c. The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. JAN. 23. Dr. Hobson, 1893 Neff & Million, Sole agents for the Cel (0 ebrated Hue 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. To have our Clothing the best that can be made j That is why you get here more value lor 1 your money than elsewhere. We are Showing Some Beautiful Percalles at 5 Cents, tertain you Ladies, Onr line of Embroideries will certainly for an hour or two, Call and see thorn. en- Dentist. fine Jersey milch cow and calf. For particulars call at this otlice. A janlS-'i- t Jas. S. Crnteher is now a notary public. n case will probThe ably como up John Doty had two ewes and Hoy White three goats killed by dogs. Frazec-McCan- Arrested a 'Shiner. Ab Horn was arrested on the lSlh near Wngersville, Estill county, by U. S. Marshal Short on tho chargo of mooushiuing and sent to Winchester jail. Our Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats are .'lCmbroideiics, .Jaconet Embroideries, Swiss Embroideries, imatc.li sets of all kinds, hand and machine made Laces of of this line .nil kinds. Our buyers have made a .and nothing has been left undone to mako this department one of the most important factors in our immense Wo have justplared on sale the largest line of illamhurgs, L.ices, and Embroidery, ever shown in tho city. This line contains all the new things in Kansook 'business. We wish to call your attention to tho fact that all lprices nanii'd on Bleached Cottons and all domestic aro isubject to change without notice, to take advantage of 'this opportunity. Buy your ppi ing cottons while you can get extremely low prices on them. AVe are showing some special good things in Table Linens and quoting special prices on them for a short .time. If interested ask to see this lino when yoa como in. Our great line of Cnrpets, Mattings, Linoleums, Oilcloths. Rugs, Lace Curtriim and Oil Shades was never more complete. We.have no carried over goods in these lilies. They are all fresh and new, now styles, new patterns, new prices. We are naming prices on these lines that is a deatii blow to all competition. Call and inspect this lino before you purchase. Wo have just received a new lot of American Lady and Featherbone Corsets. These aro tho most comfortable fitting cornets shown to the trade. Try ono. For one week only, Best Sugar, 18 lb SI K. Deathernge & Co. Tho mills on the rivor were well supplied with logs by tho recent big t de. 8 Best Standard Tomato, alb-cacents each, 85 cents dozen. E. Doather-ng- e FOX SALS. a Nice Cojiagc on Main street in Irvine, GENERAL MILES. with four rooms and hall, and all nec- n Telcgrsph Office Moved. ossary Take any of our SUITS and OYEKCOATS at $12.50 ror sale clieap. The city telegraph otlice has been For Particulars call at this otlice or moved again, this time to its old quar- and they have the set and style of Merchant Taiwrite Miss Jane Daxiel, Irvine, Ky. ters in tho front room of tho Hotel lor's work. Can't Miss It. Glyndou, the best ground door location Just look at tho sign at the entrance in town. The clink of tho knocker-de- Our SUITS and OVERCOATS at $8.00 received the & Co. between Rice & Arnold's and Armer's insulator makes a merry sound through was alsame care and thought in tailoring as the higher Mack Masters' right hmd Arcade and you will have no trouble in tho rotunda and balcony of tho big most severed by a saw Saturday at finding Miss Tempic Oldham's milli-- j grades. Every thread of warp and woof is of pure hotel. Valley View. nery store, which is up stairs. Her A Big Case. wool. A $50 glass iii Hagan & Stockton's stock of millinery is very complete and The Beckucr-Asho- r suit in which tho pharnwy was broken lust Wednesday she invites an inspection. former sues the latter for $18,000 interby careles3 boys. Notice. est in a land sale in Eastern Kentucky. 15. B. lernll will move into the The J3cipse Suitio over Madison lias occupied the Circuit Court for a house on Broadway recently occupied Natj0Dai uaI,k, will discontinue bust week. The evidence is all in and by Judge bullivan. uess alter Iel. JU. I'arues desiring epeaiuug ueg.ui .esiBru.iy. coib oi none bet- photographs from this iirnr should se- - witnesses and lawyers from a distance The U. & II Asparagus, ter, 123 cents a can, for this week only. euro sittings at once. Prices will re-- are here Several local attorneys aro Ko employed in the ca?o. main low and work E. Deathorage & Co. such work will bo turned cut at my The House That Jack Built Henrv Perry and family have prices after 1 close my business. Tlie ol(, an(1 reIia!li0 Rilno Ktor of moved to the Pickels cottage on Third jaull-4w- . J. H Iviso. 'IS Jjic",; Freeman has iust been rcnanered street, a cozy little homo. and otherwise improved and is more Say it Works Like a Charm. By bringing us cash we can posiThe patrons of K. Deatherago & Co. inviting than over. Courteous atten tively 8avcyou 10 to 20 per cent, on agree that their cash Bystem is beneli tion. low prices, and good goods have 215 WHITE FRONT. your groceries. E. Deatherage & Co. cial to all parties. Cash gets a much always been the feature of this firm. Dr A. 11. Stewart will be assistant Ia,ur quantity of grocers now and that and the added charm of a refurnished superintendent of the new btate kc- - reuer ti,0 change instantly satisfac house will draw a better trade than tor; . In the course of a month many ever for the year 189'J. - dollars are saved, in a course oi a Mr. McElwaine Moves to Lexington. Wagers & Cohen shipped 110 200!. .1 ;...95 year pernaps one wnoio inouui s ex- - Mr. Hugh McElwnine, who, for sev .. lb. hogs to Cincinnati Monday for 8s... ...ei8 eral years, has been associated with which they paid $2.85 and $3 per cwt. penses have been saved. ...OOQ Mr. J. W. Bales in tho trotting horse G9... ...a9 Gone to Georgetown. ...asa Matt Cohen will take something industrv, has moved his family to Lex Oo... a9i9 Oeo... less than l,000 for the pair ol&year-ol- d Mr. Joe Myers, a valued attache of ington ...aa QO. where ho will continue to handle la.-- t week lor Ul0 Pantngraph, has laid down the mares which he bought high-clas- s roadsters. While here Mr. Oa.. ' MtfQO 0. stick and rule to pick up the yard- - Me.Elwaino earned a hush reputation as 9Qff ...ae9 Off On and after January 1st, 1899, our ...asCI Itoni Whittnkor. 8 veais old. of stick in the big Busy Bee Cash Store at a born horseman and upright citizen GO.. .t0O QOO. terms will be Million, was ordered Friday sont to tho Georgetown. Joo is a good boy, indus and hisdeparlure is a loss to the county. 6lae" ...as 09 trious, polite, and obliging, and we as... c c Minded at Frank- T..si.t..n, f..r too GO. Madison National Change. -regret to see him give up the printing 8B QO" fjrt. OS Mr. S. P. Diiathcrago has given up his ) business of which his steady habits 90 93l New Postmasters for Madison will made him an ornament. 08 position at tho Madison National Bank, 90.. We have attempted to run our business by coloo I. 1 DO... he, Sherman Cotton, Cottouburg; where he has so faithfully labored for aft lecting onr accounts the first of each month, For The Legislature. co Powell, Red House; A. B. Haley, Joe'b many years, as a competent, obliging but have been unable to collect them all Mr. Merritt II. Williams, son of Mr. clerk. a Lick. is reported that other posi- It promptly. W e are therefore compelled to sell tee Dan Williams, will next week announce turns were at once tendered oy oiner eo... Geo. Settle, of Big Hill, is now a for CASH that we niay pay cash forotirgoods, Legislature, lie labors under concerns, for the Se. but as to his plans we do not & Kiclimond Bar, tho oath , 68 and will endeavor to mako it to the interest of aw luvinl Seen administered to him last the nIsfortune ;')o being a young man, know gufflce ( wy h(j wU, be mifsC(1 the trade to do business with ns. We hnvo a 009 ai some may think, but he has done from his accustomed place at tho Madi- - S9... 0)ac... Wednesday. nice line of Staplo aai Fancy Groceries, yeoman service for Democracy, and ..aoO 80'" as Quccnsware and Glassware, &c. Give us a every Monday on the stump can give a gcou te son. Last Mondav and ea Tumbled over a Bridge, call, examine our stock and get prices. as thereafter will be a holiday at Caldwell colmt 0f himself, lle is one of tlu best 2?""Goods exchanged for country produce....... Waller Samuels, of CalenM, while on oo High School, but Saturdays will b posted young inon in the county. ao his wav In. mis fmm the party given by Oca. sohool days instead. as Mr. Neale Owned Three U Them. Mi-s- s ae Mary Ballard lai-- t TucmIhv, rode fleet.. ae A few such days aslant cunday and Tho Lexington Stock Farm hays: f the bridge across the over the edge ao our fiozen hearts will be thawed out ae "The roan marc Noll by Estill Eric branch near Jas. Adams' and landed OB o... and a few frozen feet may asHitne their is the only mare that ever threw four in a holo of ice water up to his waist OO ee normal temperature. 2:15 porloriners. They are the trotting aboui ten feet below with horse on top, SSe." of) KY, WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, Vaia 2:0S?4 and the pacers It was indeed a severe shock, says The cicars made in this city by n.a."e lielle and Walter, and with much diilieulty that a , .9 Fred A Miller aro having a Hue sale. Vas'sar 2:07. Ambidexter 2:11 6 ho dually kicked tho animal otF of him That is right. Pi.tronize homo industry, Susie T. 2:135-- " o a eeesceeaeceeaoseaosescaaseeoecoaesseease Mr. 15. H. Kc.de, of this city, owned and llr.otcd to the top wet as a drowned or you ought to starve. Dretl Belle Vara and Vassar. Nell and rat, biu still i;i the ri iiir the Parlor Barber Havo you A A Neglected Ccld Victim oi The "Paul Joni-sDisaster Garrard Circuit Court. Sam Hislc Behind The Oars. Shop in the Hotel Glyndou -h- andsomest Known Here, For the information of inquiring friends This is the best way to describe tho often lends on to a hacking, rasping. side of Cincinnati. Two white this vacht, Paul Jones. location of the handsome features ot racking cougii. 'Hie very nrstsympto-Tho porcclian bath tubs, and best of atten- - we publish below the dates whereon met witli a close oi Dr. the Garrard Circtitt Courts convene, which was recently blown up in the Mr. Samuel Hislc, .s he has half a shonl'i be Honey. This famous reinelv tion. Pine Tar all on board, had dozen strips of adhesive plaster will cure it. whether of short or long as printed on the lettor heads of County Gulf of Mexico with -Have you seen the Parlor B.irher Attorney Letcher Owsley, of Lancaster: for one of its passcngois a youug lady, stretched across his face from his left standing I'ncotijc. JSocure no ay. handsom-te- t Shot in the Hotel Glyndon it Second Monday in March, three Miss Floienco locum, of bt. Iouis, cheek to his right car to hold his bro At an good arnggtsts. this side of Cincinnati. Two white weeks who was known in this city, having ken nose In position until it heals. The The Pipe Lino Oil Company has br . pnrcolam bath tu'-s- and best of atten Tiiird Monday in Augtibt, three been the guest of Dr. and Mrs. L. J. young man was riding home last Satur guu tho erection of an immenso oil tion. Frazee, on Second street, in the sum day night week, and when going down tank in Somerset. weeks. Electric light pohs continue to go the pike, near Moberley's gate, on the Fourth Monday in November, three mer of '07-'Tho big. hearty, heathy man isacon- MissYocum and her father, Col. Yo- - Waco pike, his horse stumbled and fell up. On 5th St. the pavements are so weeks. ....... TCnrri. , throwing Mr. Hisle over his head, tinual imitation to ins dyspeptic friend. rrHostc ef fro K narrow that Mr. Green Turley could 1.IIUI, .I..! ..V0"W""s Constipation l.t.3 the root oi ' Otrs. Frnzde's sisterl in St. Louis, and landing him on the bridge of his nose. of the sicknessisof men, and of a large hardly walk between the fence and the The following goods will be sold at ,,ad lnyited the latter and her niece The fall crushed his smelling appara- proportion ot tlio sickness ot women poles. prices named until Eeb. 1: Miss Loila rartiu, also well known tus out of all semblance of a nose and It can be cured easily, naturally and Judgo Sullivan deputized Deputy 18 pounds sugar 1.00 here, to join the party, steam down blood gashed from the wound until the quicKlv. .Nature is continually work' Sherilf Terrill and Jailer Lackey to ar All nackase cofllce site can - 10 the Mississippi, and take a pleasure pike was crimson where ho lay stunned ing as ham asto force to throw on lin purities, ana out poisonous re rest Eph Guthridge and Mat Bowles on Best leaf lard, per pound 7 trip in the Gulf to Cuba. Had not Mrs, and bleeding. Sam managed to re- loses matter. Wlicn lucre is an 1111 writs, for breaking into the barn of Mr. Best can tomatoes S Morris and Miss Martin had a business mount and reach bono and "brush up," pediment. Dr. Pierce s Pleasant Pellets Taylor Itice. working again without 7 engagemout that detained them, they Be6t can corn but not until the next day did he real-iz- -j set the wheels They nsint naturo in any trouole. 12J might have accepted thus swelling Best can peaches McClintock & White have tho serioumiess of his injury. Then gentle. lieaitlUul, etiicie-i- t wav. There 10 the list of victims of tho disaster that Dr. I. II. Oldham was called in, press- is nothing violent about their au.io'i partnership in the harness busi Best can peas 8 hr.s created almost a national senst ness. Mr. White will open his old shop Itulled oaU ed the proboscis into shape," and to hold and yet it is just as certain as if it were violent. "You do GUS MAKGOLEiW at Azbill's btablo Mr. McClintock will tion, owing to its ternb'.e nature ana it in position until It was healed, wa?, twice asto their use " Tlievnot became a slave aie differ who weie as above stated, compelled to put Sam continue the business. the prominence of the parties Will bo a Candidate. ent and better than any other pill for 'behind the bars." the cure of constipation, headaches and -- J. B. Ccssady, aged 33, was found Many of my Democratic friends hav- - lost. derangements fcimired Alinvt all Among those on board, all of whom A Suddent Attack last luesday, inK expressed a desire to vote for me. dead near Berea depot druggists understand this, and arc con doubtless now lio at tho bottom of tho and is supposed to have been killcu Dy and having solicited mo- to mako the scicntious enough to toll you so. The Yoeiiin, her father, of croup in tho smalltohours ni darkness druggist who tries to sell you a subst: a train. He was a member of Co. lv., race for County Clerk, I desire to say Gulf, were Miss tne parent wno is very annoying Taggart, daughter of needs 6leen. Dr. Bell's tnte is not a saf man from whom t n 4th Ky.. at noine on n furlough. at the proper time I will boa candidate and Miss Florence Mayor Taggart, of Indianapolis. Tho ev will cure a child's croupy cough and buy mwHrene. Send 21 cents m one otfice. I beg pardon for this Monev costs 0 ner cent. For cash for said irritation, emlitn; (lie danger cent stamps to World's Dispensary Ai announcement, but as lha Paul Jones was ix naphtha launch. allav the than ft take to go lor a sociiition, Buffalo, N. Y..and reeivo we can positively save you 10 per cent premature was consid in less timo owned in LuiiUvillf, and doctor. AH mothers who have tited it Dr. Pierce's 100S pane "Common Seiu e boys have forced handshaking in order. Why should you run an account when receive my p art. ered wholly unfit for such a journey, koep a bottle ready for an emergency Medical Adviser," profusely illustrated ready you can cave big money by buying U audits destitution was no surprise to ltespeclfiilly, It is expected, that the battleship Monoy is being raised to build h?rdware of Dotiglns & Simmons? those who knew the real condition of Comi, Jesse Kentucky will be ready to go into com branch railroad from Dixon, Ky., lo the, vessel. Stui-giTlios. H. Grubbs, ofMt. Sterling, on the Illinois Central Line. Waco, Ky. about July 1. Tli- - New York Sun of Sattiiday, in a mission e sold his farm for $70 per acre, A Car Load. To Ciiri a tNild in One hay special from New Orleans, says: to F. M. Ewiug. Some cattle and hoes anil Kczqina. Tetter, Very often you desiro to know whnt 'The fatt. of the yacht, Paul Jones, Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. on the place swelled the sale to $25,000. U iii . ... .VWU..., UMU Wkuu- iii i constitutes a car load. "Well.pasto this and her passengers, for whom a dozen All druggists refund money if it failr ' dent to these diseases is instantly allaved Mr. Grubbs is related in Madison. will find an answer parties havo been searching for more cure. 25c. The genuine has L. Jl. Q, i ' by applying Chamberlain's Eye and in your hat and jou novO-liSkin Ointment. Many very bad ases Sunday was a glprlous day. The handy. It is 70 barrels of salt, 90 of than a, week, is now known. The each tablet. have been perriianeutly cured by it. It sun shone in all his splendor. The air on or has placed an oider in i3 equally ofli jiont for itching piles and Tho Sultan flour, CO of whiskey, 200 sicks of flour, yacht's machinery exploded was as balmy as in the spring lime, 10 eords ot wood, 18 to 20 head cf cattle, about January 0, near Bird Island, 30 Germany for 102 Krtipp guns and 3'V a favont) remedy for soro nipples; Alt nature was bright and the hearts 50 to (50 head of hogi, 00 to 100 head of miles from the mouth of the Mississ-sheep- , 000 shrapnel shelis. chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites cts. per box, anu curomc soro oyos. of the people pulsed with gratitude 5,000 feat of boards, 17,000 t of ippl, and ec?y one on board was When yoti.mn not sleep for ciu'iiuu Miss Bello Bennett Is the pur aidinir 13.000 feet of flnorini:. 12,000 killed at once or drowned soon after. tako Chamberlain's Cough Uemeily. It Dr. VzUfa Condition row:krfl, txo less of j ists, rcant- - Tho boat was operated by a gasoline en- - ulvvavs gives prompt relief. It is 'ino-- t just what a horse needs when ia bad chaser and $10,500 is the price paid for shingles, one-lnl- f for colds, too, as it aids expec- condition. blood puriEer and. the A. Wilkes Smith Block on Mnin j lings and other laige timbers, SCO bush- - giue. She hurt several accidents from excellent reliercs the lunga and pre- vermifugo. Tonic, are toration, Tbey fcod but s s ot wiieat. ouu ot tire on tier way nown u:e river, j no vents any tendency toward pneumonia. medicino and the best in use to put a Dr. Smith will continue li s of com. 400 bus he sr..!. ofllco nti stairs and Mr. Middellon Lo- - oats, 150 of flax see.!, 200 of apples, ISO explosion not only b'ew otf tho pilot l'or sale by Perry. & Thomas, tl rng- - bone ia primo conditka , Prke i'ttti4 Ins ristzut per iMvckajiO fc.. I Ol XI Mil IlUWlUtt aiiu a.WJ KJl Ijiais. 10W, l.uuac, UUfc VI'IIK ."V J "'jhi Down-Tow- - ReadytoWear ets ami Capes left that we aro closing outnt justone half the original price. If interested call and see them. Hosiery. Ask We have some special good things in Ladies Jack- I e are Agents for "Topsy" hi of to see fa when yon some in, a 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. before purchasing. All winter goods have felt the keen edge of our cold steel and prices have been made on winter Boots and Shoes, winter Overcoats and Clothing, Blankets and Comforts, Flannels, etc., that is bound to move the entire lot. Get our prices on all lines of winter goods first-clas- Covin gton -1 Mitchell. JWf& The latest things in Wash Goods of all kinds will be shown by us iti season. You don't have to go the larger cities to buy what 3rou want. We will show during the year 1899 a stock not surpassed nor equaled in any of the larger cities. Give us a call. Satisfy yourselves before going elsewhere. And again wishing you n prosperous New Year and thanking 3Tou for past patronage, we are very respectfully. .- - ..- - , ia(ttiioeioieogoa3ooeoooooooiicgoeet ( -- I 1 - W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN ' - llP 08. 8C. $t-'- jj SPOT CASH!" jj ee. so.. ..ea .as Br oooaoooaooaeaaoataeaoeeaaoeo' ilii yrlLLl ft GREAT GTJT PRICE SALE! oots, ShoeSo Hats mind ft We shall introduce ourselves to the public hy offering a INT yliLnl yflLLl 5$ iT ORDER TO REDUCE OUR STOCK OF WINTER si-e- n " Gents9 FurMshMM Ooodi our store in the to make room-f- or ill-fat- ii-l'- s Avay our large Spring line, we have put the knife to the price of evqiy article in of wiuter goods. We carry the ,' Rhir.v Onv lino nf Mpn' vau T .HWP.P 'PR A AT 'PRTP. T.nWI?.f5T Adams" $5.00 Shoes for choice of any pair $3.95. Buell's $5.00 Bootees for $3.95; Bueil's $1,00 Bootees for $2.95. Prices are cut on cheaper goods in proportion. You are entitled to your share of these bargains. - o ol--n yte DON'T MISS THE OPPORTUNITY. ,.c mne-tentu- RICE & ARNOLD, Successors to WALLACE & RICE. 5$ Titie-Tar-IIo- , Mr. Elisha Berry, of this place, says ho never had anything do him so much good and give him such quick relief from iheumatism as Chamberlain's Pain IJahn. lie was bothered greatly with shooting- pains from hip tolsnew until he used tins liniment, Wiiieti prompt relief Ii. . I?akeh, druggist, Bt. Paris, Ohio. For sale by Perry &. Thomas, druggist. jmi lm - 320-acr- Sali-IlIiQit- ni 1. V. nt 1 - rand A sufficient number of subscribers by using De Witt's Little Ivtrly Risers have been secured to justify the tele, tlio fii.iious little pi na for coiiuuwitiou phono company to establish an ex- and liver troubles. Douglas & Wells. ' change la Livingston. Tho jury in tho caso of Samson Bol Paul Perry, ot Columbus, Ga., suf ton, marshal of Jellico. charged witli fered agonv for thittv years, and then killing James Qninn, leturned a verdict cured his Piles by usintr De Witt's of not guilty. Wiich Hazel Salve. It heals injuries CUCSAfl RELIEF cures and skin diseases liKe magu:. uoug- Nc'iriilpftnml Toothnehc las & Wells. In ittM in nutnt. Porirstrnnaeii Sliss Gertrude Howard, of Black Oak, anil Ccaiacr Coajilaiuu. l'zlx, 25 fents. Bold has accepted iv position as teauhor at White. by Perry &. Thomas Bacceasora to Va. .county, "ssHtni- - Jinrny Uyan will probably 1)Q the Kiversul", liawrence . nary. as captain of the Ophnns by Purns. To Cure a Cou'gfi JastssGosd, cuts the Whenever a druggUt 'ellp you bo has Dr. Bell's P.:!(iTnr-Hom-ibA lungs and': hroni-hia- l m mums,-healsomething "just iw troiwl" fur colds, grip, etc., w Dr Hell'tf I!in!-Tar- tnbisquicklv,i;ttCe ii OIH' no pv. 1 t h w:v Honcy, ho U lhiitksiig of his profit and iiia'tt Sfe U ii mIi i'..0(lilrn'-giM- " or vour weitaie ivmn irngvit-- t tict it f ..t.a . n t Mir e. will heli yoa 'i.it you ak for. It y v:rlj:--illfili Tuit-jfihre- TIilu irr fl'incnrrilia fimim filr ilia III Olden Tiiiip:; colds and throat trouBniifos,rdieu- - People ovei looked the importance t Ileal''!, bles lead npidly to Consumption. A matism and oores. Prictf, 2G cents. permanently beneficial olTocls and litiltl. rt Mil. Mliitlft f.tllt.li f?nru lliMll Sold by Perry tt Thomas, puccesnors to W. were satislied nitli tiansieut nciolis; at tlio right time will preserve life. Q. White. but now that it 1s generally known iii'anii an, i n iargt amount oi iiii'iit y. that Syrup oi Figs will permanently The Millersbuig Christian ehurjh overcome hnbitual coiiBtipation, well riewsant to lake; children like it Doughas called Kldrr Armstrong, of tho informed peojile will not buy other las & Wtlls. IliUl" Collego. laxatives, which act for a tiiiif, but li The Masons of Princeton have purBuvtl.e gen chased a lot and will at once erect a To insure a. happy new yefir, keep nallv ininre ihes.VKteni. the body vigorom uine, mailt) by the California Fig Sy I up the liver idea S tWuaSv-- Vl uu, Burns, Co. ' handsome- - hall. When Yon Have a Had I'M Robinson and McGraw are anxious Yen vaut tho best medicine that to shine as magnates, and are collecting can be tnhied, and that w Chaipbr- ' funds to 'my tho Baltimore, Club. Iain's Cough Hemedy. ; Yon want a rctneily that will notoi.lv TEAcur-sDycpep- . P??3iilNU,A', giva quick reliei buteUuct a ptn'iiiuuent. " B E531vB v 8;a, Constipation r.r.d Indicure- 3. .. Y iiAvant a.rrmcdy that will relievo,4' gestion. Regulates theLxTcr. Price, 25 cts. ekpt'ctornlun' vn?y. SolAby Perry Ss Thomas, successors to W, tiit liniEs ami fYoiijvu'nt arenusly. that will luuii- a. White. t'in!pin-- tounrdpneiurniiia. I.nwisi KohiiiH, of Cirte CIty,'.ne Jernftny a Yon wriv that is plu.-'an- t building a telepi.uiio lino; froin th.it ai.o Miff "o take. riuunbHrilii's fousrh Bf Jnedy is ibt nlice to Vancebu g ciity iin'tijjjy.e.iii usetbat dic. Ik!iII t !li luip." it-.u- Xa (irippir i,agin fpiitcinic Kvi-rtbe?o fflturVments. Tld-- t niuedy i idn l itres of hid tir cantiiin hiinuld bitalteu to ;uoM it fun,, iw INhpecHI ciirn.i.'j.Oin) Miunlt Coiiuh tbrotiglM.ui the United Statu and 1 Cnn- - A..I Sbp-r.t- , puidUht:!' mam: fnri'iirn countries. It haw li.ni.v- j rivals. .louiunl.iiii.l Adverli-cr'r.Ulitw- i In, for the ptedy nd withou, u M . hiv: wld lie disappoint ent euro of bad cold!, Mauds ( "iiiiali if tr for Jn rvn p'fr and HsKpImdtd qti'ilitkr-aito riii i Ithei'u nilmired nrnl praltijil. b i ., ". l0ttglrs-- r W,.'lL--i by Poiryi ThojiMw, junl lnt i-- Iril 1 Agit-f!ltu- -- , t :t!-,- t If EON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery ' Oapsules. . Here's Your Chance. Some Exlraordinary Offers liy Tho Climax. A Fleshy County Court Days. PACKECSnUItQ, January V. Yi.., 20, 1995. The Weight Med. The Clisiax wants five lmtired new subscribers by tho first oi thenew year. In order to reach this end, somo ex traordinary inducements will bo made. Until further notice tho following will bo ollcred to subscribers. Consumptive Did you ever see one? Did you ever hear of one ? Most certainly not. Consumption is a disease that invariably causes loss of flesh. If you are light in weight, even if your cough is only a slight one, you should certainly take Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gontlcrnou: I have been using Wright's Colery Capsules since November, 1894, and find them to be as recommended. I first beean taking them while nt Hot Springs. Aik-- under treatment for Sciatic Iilieumatura, Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which I had been a long sufferer. I found tho Celery Capsules gave mo j;reat relief inni tlm lifOTitiiiinf nnil linvft used them ever since." With pleasure, and unso- . T licucd, x recuiiiiiiuuu muni tu uuj unu alt suffering with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours, , 1 1 1 The Climax and The Week ly Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. The Climax and the Home and Farm, $1.30 The Climax and either the TOE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS The Cosmopolitan, Munsey's is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also or McClure's Magazise, $2.00. to the caro and skill with which, it is The Climax and the Louis manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fio Svisup ville daily evening post, $3. Co. only, and we wish to impress upon The Richmond Climax and all the importance of purchasing the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California Fio Syt.up 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 Sritur Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of tho 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 docs not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Mon day. Lexington, Fayctto county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon day. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon day. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Kicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth .Monday. ALL WOMEN Should know that tho Old Tlrao" Remedy, Scoff's EmusfeoR of cod liver oil wilh hypo-phosphit- es. Versailles, Monday. woodford county, fourth . T. Caldwell. Sold by T. S Hagan, Druggist. Trice COc ents and SI.00 por box. Call at drug- Charles true and original remedy. As the Twice-a-wee- k Courier-Jou- r nal, both for one year $1.60 store and get frcei ramble. C- - W.H, U oshal&Co. The Climax and Weekly Cincinnati Enquire, $1.50 The Climax nnd Ohio Farm, $1.90. Commission Merchants.. The Climax can also fur nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates. A GREAT has cured so many cases of consumption. Unless you are far advanced with this disease, Scott's Emulsion will hold every inducement to you for a perfect cure. Scott Alt Druggists, ;oc and $i. & Howne. Chemists. N. Y. is such a perfect preventive to consumption. Just the moment your throat begins to weaken and you find you are losing flesh, you should begin to take it. And no other remedy No remedy Is tho best for Fensl: TrocSla. Corrects all Irrefjularttlos t Female Organs. Should he takeT for Clunje ct Life and before nxvf "O'S Ti- -e Knc!ies navo stooumo 1 LARGEST IN THE A WORLD. Forly test ff.r j willy I.J- tvery "; "pcncT ileillcJncCo., Chat- - California Wheat Field Which Is Miles Square. G.White. Perrv Thomas, druggists, successors to W. dec8-ly- I r 25c. 50c MMSrP ALL DRUGGISTS. DO, ' fDanTillo Advocate. 1 All druggists soil Dr. lilies' Ncrvo Plasters. ills, Hew d Ik m LAWYER'S FIRST SPEECH. Union Stock Yards, Cincinnati, O. Telephone USy-A- ll 734G. Mock cheerfully infonnation regarding live Consign furnished. to us. sept7-l- y your stok direct i vYRUPINDIGESTION. PEPS! CURES DR. CALDWELL'S Wbeeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. st3L-trSSffy jek Jim. Rotary Motion and al! Bearings. For sale by Dewey Music Co , Rich mom, Ky. ABE YOU A DEMOCRAT? An old adage reads: "There is a place for everytbtpg." and for everything to be in its rttace, the LOUISVILLE DISPATCH sLould And a place in the home of every DEMOCRAT in the SUNNY SOUTH. The Dispatch is the people's paper, owned by peopte. and is always ready to fight the for tho cause of the people. IT STANDS SQUARELY ON THE CHICAGO PLATFORM, without the aid or consent of the Gold ISug Monopolies, and affair compar ison of its news service (now being fur nished over leased wires by the New York Sun, the Chicago Inter Ocean and the Northern Press Association) with that of any other paper, will fully verify its MoUo, "If you kc it in the Dispatch it's so. and if it's so it is always in the Dis patch." The Dispatch also has a staff of over 390 active correspondents in the South, and will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE THAN DOUI1LE THE SOUTHERN NEWS of any other Louisville paper. Get the Dispatch; it gives the news and tells the truth about it. Daily, 8 pages; Sunday, pages; Week Iy. S pages. We club with tho Weekly Dispstch at the remarkably low prlco of i Daniel Webster was born in Salisbury, New Hampshire, Jan. 8, 1782. He was one of the greatest among American avators, si statesman, and BAN FKANC1SCO, Cat. xew voitn. x. v. reckoned oho of the noblest of Aincri Louisville. Kj. can patriots. Ho was very famous as y Jan5-la lawyer, and his first eloquent speech was made when ho was but a lad of twelve or fourteen years, and was in behalf of n. duiu animal. whoso namo Daniel had RANGES was Ezekiel. ono brother began their These boys education together in a little log school house, and while boths were bright boys, Daniel had the better memory. His teacher claimed that ho could learn more in five minutes than other boys in five hours. Tho boys attended school a part of the year, and worked on their father's farm tho other part. It so happened one summer that a woodchuck, or ground squirrel, came down and dug out a home for itself in the side of the hill quite near the farm house where Daniel and Ezekiel lived, just as sure as night came, out would come Mister AVoodchuck, run quickly down into the Webster garden and nibble away at tho young and growing leaves of the vegetables. "We ought to catch that woodchuck," said Ezekiel. Roofing, Guttering "I o'poso we had," said Daniel, "but and General how can wo do il?" Job Work. "We can set a trap," aud Ezekiol at onco went to work making one, so al luring that the little creaturo would be sure to walk into it at once. CO, The trap was set that night down among the cabbages, and next morning, sure enough, there was the wood-chuccaught close and fast. DR. CALDWELL'S I "Now, Mr. AVoodchuck," exclaimed CONSTIPATION.! Ezekiel, "I am going to kill you, so you will not do any more miscuiel in our garden." Daniel stood by, looking very sober. I would not kill him, Zeke." said he; 4 'we can carry him over the hill to the woods and let him go. Poor fellow!" "Well I guess not after all tho harm he has done," and Ezekiel laughed at FORI the idea. Two, Sab, "itmva&o "Let us ask father," said Daniel, Stvs.. awo. 3.ccAtT "and see what he says about it." "Come if jou want to," muttered Ezekiel. So they took tho trap and the Six of the beet Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid poor trembling woodchuck to the promptly. liouso told the story of its capture to their father, nnd asked his advice as to In the Trudcntal, you are offered the Life attainable, and on betmost Insurance plans. In Accident what should bo done, as their was a approved the Insurance we again five the best. We difference of opinion in matter between will not transact business with irrespontho boys. sible companies. 26 Second Street, "Well-- , now," said Mr. Ebenezer Up Stairs. Webster, "we'll settle the question this JeMy way: We will hold a court. I will act as judge, and you may be the law o win try mo case, who is vers. for tho prisoner? Which one would spare his life?" "I plead for tho prisoner," said COMPLETE HK'-- 'j tt tit wit a Daniel. DLISS "And I am against him," Ezekiel spake up loudly. "Very well," said the dignified judge, you may open tho ECOPMIST flllpgfHj CLUE "cures III I k, PEPSSIl plea. "I plead for tho life of the woodchuck," said he. "IIo was made to live in the pure air and enjoy the bright sunlight, sir. Even if ho is only a woodchuck, be has just as much right to livo as any other living creature. Where do we get our food, sir? Does not nature yield it" to us? And shall we not spare a little dumb creature that has as much right to nature's gifts as wo have to ours? Yes, aud more; tho woodchuck has never broken the laws of his nature, sir, or tho moral laws as man often does. Nor is he a fierce animal like the panther, the wolf, or the fox. IIo Hvc3 quietly, harms no one. All lie asks is a nolo in tne side of a hill, or down by a wall, aud a little food to satisfy his natural wants. AVhat hurt has ho done, sir? Merely nibbled a few leaves of some cabbages, and that. not want only to destroy, but simple to keep himself alivo. He has a right, sir, to life, to food, to liberty, to happi- uess; nnd we, 6ir, have no right to say that he shall not have them. Look at the prisoner, sir. Look at tho soft, pleading, tender eyes. He cannot speak for himsolf, sir, and this is theoulv way by which he can plead for that Iifo which is as sweet to biin as ours is to us. Shall wo, then, be so cruol aud so selfish as take lifo from him?" All this was spokon with such feel ing and eloquence that the tears stood in tho eyes of tho judge, whilo the woodchuck weak and trombliug, was winking aud blinking through the wires of his prison, as if he undorstood the eloquent plea of the your.g orator in his defence. The good old judge did not wait for Daniel to say more. His heart was boating quietly, and his emotion was apparent as ho sprang to his feet Dashing away the tears, he exclaimed: "Ezekiel, let tho woodchuck go!" Vhat is said to be the largest single wheat field in California is now being planted to tho grain that makes the stall" of life. It covers over 25,000 acres or lorty square miles. This enormous Hold uf grain is located on tho banks of the San Juan river. near the town of Clovis. While it is true that larger acreages of wheat have been planted by cortain ranchers in this State, there seems to be no record of an exact parallel to the present caso. On the Miller & Lux ranch, in Kern county, 50.000 were planted one year, but the fields were scattered about in different niaces. They were really a scries of fields, lo cated wherever there was a fertile spot. Few of tho fields were 2,000 acres, and in many instances thero was half a mile of bare land betweeu them. The acreage planted could not be called a wheat field of 50,000 acres any more than all tho wheat fields in the State could be classed under one head. Immense labor is required to culti vate this flcjd. Suppose tho field was one milo long, and the one man hail a double gang plow cutting a furrow twenty-fou- r inches wide. Ho would start at a corner of tho field in San Francisco anil plough south toward San Jose a distance of forty miles. Then hewuild como back and cut au- othur furrow to San Francisco, making eighty miles for the round trip. This amount of work would only be a tiuy scratch four feet wide along one side of the forty-mil- o field, and tho pro cess would have to be repeated at least 1,300 times, making a total distance of about 105,000. Suppose that tho plowman worked at tho rato of twenty miles a day. To get over the 105 0C0 miles would take 2,250 days. To plant would tako about the sawo time, making a total of 10,500 days, or nearly thirty years. It would bo like bpending a lifetime, and the distance traveled would bo equivalent to going around the world four times. And all in one California wheat field. To accomplish tho necessary amount of work within the time at his disposal tho owner of the Clovis wheat finld hps to employ 200 men, ovor 1,000 horsos and several tons of big machinery. Tho Western Horseman, published at Indianapolis, Indiana, at $2.00 a year, and issued every Friday, stands at the head of Turf and Trotting and Pacing horso journals, is handsomely illustrated with nicturcsof noted horses and gives all the horso nous from Cali fornia to Maine. If at all interested in trotters or pacers subscribe for it The great annual Souvenir number will be issued February 10, and will be worth moro than tho price of a year's subscription. It goes frco to all sub scribers -- to others 25 ctnls per copy. L'v special arrangements with tho pub lis'jera we are enabled to send the Western Horseman $2.00 per year, and the Weekly Clijiax $1.50 por year, both for $2.25 during the year 1S09. Give us your ordor. nov23-t- f WanMbUrX'WL WMmm riff Priests of Norway DR. BELL'S r-Ho- ney Wp - ag to you the new and true from tho Nature's most natural remedy, improved by science to a Cure for coughs, colds and n g Pleasant, Permanent, Positive all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. The sore, weary cough-worLungs are exhilarated ; the microbe-bearinmucus is cut out ; the ause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS 0 IIIIM IF YOU as to making an attractive home please remember us and we will show you many things that will surprise you. Come and be convinced and do not take our word BE SURE YOU never nsed AM 08 YEARS any remedy equal toOLDand'a Dr. Bell Pine-Tar-Keniy It elves quick and permanent rr! lef in irrlp as well as coughs and colds. Itmakns weak I nncs strons. Mrs. SI. A. Metcalfe, Pcdacoh.Ky. For sale by I'erry & Thomas, successors to W. G. White. I Bottles Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sizes GET for anything. We quote no fabulousl' low prices, but our aim is to please our customers both in Sr. Bali's price and quality. ladisoi Monumental Work ESTABLISHED 0 fleckers, i CbugIibs, 1863. PiiOPiiiEToit. JAMES T. HAMILTON, flesks I Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. Dressing Tables, FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who are contemplating buying Mnrblo, Grnnite, or any kind of Cemetery AVork. will find it to their interest to call at tho old stand in tho roai of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand :i largo stock oi llnislipd work to select from, at prices to suit all elapses of buyers. gF"Mit. W. G. UOUOHEU, one; of the best workmen in Contral Kentucky, is in chnrgo of our establishment nnd this means satisfactory work in every phase. Parties livinu at a distance should write to us for designs, which will bo furnished on application. S-YO- "Oiut Due See." Horrible agony is caused by Piles, Burns and Skin Disonses. These aro immediately relieved and quickly cured by De Witt's Witch Hazol Salve. Be ware of worthless imitations. Doug las & Wolls. NEW YORK 0 And inany other nice and attractive articles such as are only found in a iirst-clas- s Furniture Store. Ult PATRONAGE SOLICITED.-- & FASHIONS. JKMES Southern D. HAMILTON, Investment Proprietor. I caso. The Great iv-i Sirocj. $1.25 A YEAR. now M!t!t!n cnv rrnr! oT rtrry Amrrlran. ti :.ti:iotit ih iMTxunily cttarantivl touire !'0 mist (k!:i;iitcaifil caso uf Nervous DpbllUy. or ; Pbwnwc. It lu-i- s ami quIcLly. V N.-Hart. t!iv!c-USVrrrrl. It llic rwiill )ftli t!f ill Vouni; mni will rc- mlntttHr m:ut!io.l. m il ll Men will recover J clr youthful vl ir. ltluU;nnt'.m auil mtorcs tc ::.Vi,:hI l , ill sutT n.Ti. fiutn Siiiiinal Weak. 'i.t: Itpotrn". Vhr!cK-eI- . SiHTinaltorhoa. . July KtihMlono. Itrjln mI MiwuLir Poiver, ; .c.tK :ie:norv. v. :in"?, I ll irenllrt, Hcjton' ' m y. I.iels of Co:ir.ileno, n!l i (Teit of helf. or vml 1" s :.:'d tlmi. wlileli iinntt tir iiir iHi&lnnn. st inly or nurrl.'-- . Ili:(;:;.M;i0 jots atomic in i u rML of i : i i leasc lliat Is why t eiirex. It l l'.r -- .f :.rv Tonic in Uieworlit -- :1i4n lt It ! nl ml SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. e -- l w!iv It 'wi : :nr. rlre nt Vwu'i. - i . a 1:1 Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that am be found in the city are dispensed by and accommo-- : dating clerks. up-to-da- te l iall 1.00 per ipcrm v refund in-- 1do not elfctt a cure. jreu .ir tree, aim e.s ii:o American Office of l )IplwS. ". i 'iv. i.t 'if aa Iswuy : !i :if,-.- v :rve!ons DIood 1'nrl- c"tim Imeh In l;y ctlonnmlrotorc5 i - I ictk-t- . KE;EM;It(. lic v.o r Forsa'lo In Richmond by Perry & Thomas, Druggists. scpt2I-ly. Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. The World Almanac and Encyclopedia for 1899 Illustrated History o the Spanish-American Ezekiel made out a very good case, and showed that tho prisoner in tho cage had dome great harm by stealing cabbage leaves and other green things, aud that he was a thief by nature, as were all his kindred. Nobody could trust a woodchuck, aud much time and labor has been spent trying to get this one into custody. Tho pelt of the ani mal was the only thing about him of value, but even that would not pay for tho young cabbages he had ruined. If he is set free it would not euro him of stealing. He would bo likely to get so sly that no ono would be able to catch him again, and as his skin was worth a few coppers, it was plain that he was of more value dead than alive, thorefore he should 6peedily ho put out ofex' istence. This was such a good argument that tho judge did not believe any one could over throw it. It was all true, and it was with some concern that ho waited ior what Daniel had to say in tho mat Stockings aro as lavishly Epangled as gowns or millinery. It requires a hand with tho truo, nr tistic touch, to place feathers grace fully on an hat. Some of tho dainty silk and fur col g lars seen arc as as the e capes on our grandmother's hoods. The layettes shown by Best & Co, aro highly sensiDlo aud strictly hygienic and if babies apparallcd by this firm arc not fine and comfortable, it is their own fault. Send four cents for the catalogue picturing and describing them. A handsomo rogue capo is of seal skin, covering the form from throat to feet, where it displays a flounce of beautiful Russian sable lined with er mine. A well made black silk gown of good quality is still essential to a well-ple- u ished wardrobe. It should always have a second bodico of dinner or evening cut. The newest nightgown is a dainty Greek affair, exquisitoly simple. A protty bit of neckwear for a plain gown is a yoke of mousseline de sois, which has slightly more body than chiffon trimmed with honiton braid run up at each skeining. Both the edge and the fichu aro finished with oval honiton. Many ladies got tho credit of being much more beautifully formed than they really are, because thoy wear a well fitting It. & G. corset and comb! nation underwear. v There is a little diminution in tho size of tho long fashionablo umbrella EveCy.v Caiile, drawers. ruflly-Iookinold-tim- Mutual Company, Of Lexington, Kentucky. Plan, Life Insurance Reversed. We Pay While You Live, They Pay WiienYou Die. OVER S133.000.00 OYER PAID IN MATURITIES. AND prize pupil, "is bounded on tho cast by Mark Hanua, Pierpont Morgan, Tom Piatt and the Pennsylvania Railroad; on the west by Collis P. Huntington and tho Southern Pacific Railroad; on the north by the Astors and Vander-bilt-s; on tho south by the Sugar Trust, the Cigarette Trust and Flagler, who owns the Florida hotel; ontheoverand under by the Standard Oil Trust." "Correct!" said the teacher. "Go to the head of tho class." N. Y. Journal. "Johnnie Jones!" called out the teacher in tho Geography class, "give the boundaries of the United States " "The United States," rattled off the as our own." "We will thank any customer to tell us how to improve our service." "Tall talk and small performance may go for awhile but they bring ultimate disaster." "If you can tell us how to serve you better we shall obey the hint." "There is no demand a customer can make of this store that we will not grant." "We alvivys try to be polite and attentive." avcII WE ARE HIE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM, "To cheat a customer is to kill business." "Permanent profit can only come from satisfied buyers." "We repair every possible mistake yours as $50,000.00 RESERVE SURPLUS. 189S. STATEMENT Numeral Coupon Funfl: Balance from November Fines nnd Transfers Installments Total Coupon Fund Coupons Redeemed llalanco DECEMBER, JG S SST 40 CO i 5,174 SO S5.0S0 05 $94 31 BIGGERSTAFF DAY TELEPHONE 76. OLD NIQHT TELEPHONE 67 1 SMlT1 4. SO HO 5,019 Experimental runs were made last fast-mil- WHAT week on some of the railroads going Reserve west out of Chicago in order to estab- Installment e lish a schedule. The Burling- Interest ton made 90 miles an hour on somo Fund: SI 090 00 301 45 2,054 45 $133,244 55 49,200 75 ro do with Philippines. That is the question with which the big: (runs of two Nations are wrestling. 6purts, and tho Xorthwestorn 130. They Total Itesorvo Fund ior December both averaged ovor 50 miles on thoir long runs. All railroad records wero Total Paid Certificate-Holder- s broken. Tho average porson would Total Pnssod to ltesorve Fund need some practice to breatho properly on such a run. 44- - i i Creditors Notice ! LIVING BENEFITS PAID DECEMBER, SPECIAL REDEMPTION. Address. 1898. SSWS3WSSSS83SSSSSS$ Phone 3. Second St. BICniIOND, KY. Coughing injures aud inflames sore One Minute Cough Cure The boy aroso, and with an earnest lungs expression in his dark eyes began his loosens the cold, allays coughing and heal3 quickly. The best euro for children. Douglas oc Wolls. ter. 1 "Within three-quarter- FARM- - OF 160 ACRES, s of a mile of Owensboro, Ky. War Every inch of it is as rich as cream. It lies on the best J1 Jt S & f 0 0 Ji S S & J pike in the county; the land READY FOR SALE is rolling to level; 90 acres EVERYWHERE are in grass; excellent water t JANUARY 1st, 1899. well, cistern and spring. O Buildings: An elegant two and a half story new brick of Together with 10 rooms, the finest farm residence in the count'; immense The Battle Calendar b.irns; 3 tenement houses, o the Republic one of which is a good frame of 5 rooms and complete set Compiled by of buildings which really makes it a separate farm. "We EDGAR STANTON MACLAY v. ill sell this place at an unHistorian of the U. S. Navy. usually low figure $14,000. Terms, one-hacash, balance THE STANDARD in one, two. three, four and five years. Send for our list AMERICAN ANNUAL.' of farm for sale. imfc lf at sea is not the only place where a life line is of importance. There is a life line for the sick, as well as for the drowning man. It is Dr. Pierce's iroiaen iueaical Discovery. It is not a cure-al- l, but it is a scientific medicine that goes to the fountain head of a number of serious and fatal diseases. When a man gets seriously sick, he can generally bs cured by the right course of treatment The treatment that cures many obstinate chronic diseases consists of pure air, good food, rational exercise, and the use of a remedy that will strengthen the weak stomach, correct the impaired digestion, invigorate the liver and promote the assimilation of the elements of the food. The "Golden Medical Discovery " accomplishes all these things. "A young man lay pale and motkmleM upon A wreck live-givin- g Wright's Celery Capsules. " ' " Shelbyville, Ky., May 20, '90. To ' "" Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: " " purchased a Gents Did you ever road tho sixteontl Wright's I have Capsules from box of " Celery G. N. LAM Grief verse of the twonty-flre- t diaper of Bev Middelton, druggist, anil used them for elations ? Xo. Well, read it and you Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti Dr S II Stevenson . will get somo inteiesting figures about pation and found that they gavo me im G E Clark . the world above the skies. It gives mediate reliet every time. 1 think it an W F White Estate excellent remedy.. ' tho dimensions of heaven, and reads RiVGood Yours very truly, this way: "And he measured thocil R F Johnson & Co 0 with a reed,- 12,000 furlongs. Geo. W. Rilev. Tl " " length and tho breadth and tho height " " " of it were equal." " " f' 'Have you ever mado the calcul DIMENSIONS OF HEAVEV. " All persons knowing themselves indebted to "" the estate of the late Dr. J. 21. Foster will come 15 F Johnson & Co forward at once and settle or else accounts will be sued on. O R Marshall J. C. CHENAULT, jinlS-t- f 1) li Jones Atty. for Mrs. J. M. Foster. II V Johnson & Co E0. Y. 11II.EX K F Johnson & Co R F Johnson & Co Of Shelbyville, Ky., Becommcnds V F White Estate . . . Name. D B Good Estate Lexington, Baltimore, Lexington, Ky " Md .... ..... .. . " Ra'.timore, Ky Md.. " " " " " "... " " Cost. Paid. S 51 50 . . 156 00 54 50 150 00 51 50 . . 15G 00 135 00 47 50 135 00 47 50 54 50 150 00 54 50 . . 150 00 54 50 150 00 .. .. .. .. .'. ..Lexington, " . Ky " 5150:.''. 51-50- 15G CO Louisville, . Chicago, " 111 . ." . .' 54 54 53 51 2o 54 Lexington, Ky " " " Raltimcro, Md - ... 51 53 54 " " " " " " " " rt 54 54 " " 54 51 tions?" "Yes, here it is now," and ho handed tho reporter tiro following: "Twelve thousand furlong, equal 9, G20.C00 feet, which being cubed, is 400, 793,OS8.000.000,000,000 cubic feet Bo serving one-haof this space for the throne and court of heaven and half the balance for streets, and havo the re lf " " " " " ' DB Jones. R F Johnson &Co ' , Lexington, Raltlmoro, " " " Ky Md mainder 114,19372,000,000,000,000 cu 289! " ....... ,; j ' : ".:.'...... ". 54 54 54 53 45 40 " . .53 . 150 00 150 00 50 50 150 00 50 153 00 50 147 00 75 . . 73 50 50 150 00 50. . 150 00 50. . 153 00 50 150 00 50 150 00 5(1 150 00 50 150 00 50 150 00 150 00 50 50 . . 150 00 50. . 150 00 50 153 00 50 129 00 . 147 00 50... 132 00 50: . 153 00 .. .. .. .. .. 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. hi We have our opinion, but we don't propose to give it for nothing and until we get our price, we'll keep it to ourselves. But we give free advise on Footwear where to get it, how to keep it, how to wear it, and n in iii inn mi mi inn i Freeman Bros. , No. 3, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. First Street. 1 WHY SUFFER AGONY ? . WILLIAMS & LITTLE, sug2i.6m 2!i" Hn 3d St., Owensboro, Ky. PRICE 25 CENTS. Wanted-- Idea Who can thlnV of some simple ifC Postpaid to any aditm. . THE "WORLD, PMmc Bcftfec. ad lilt or two buiuma taTMMoaa wutcdT NEW YORK. (what neighbors called) his dying bed. Disease of thelungs, liver complaint, kidney trouble, and pleurisy were fast hastening hira to the grave. The doctors had given him up to die. The neighbors said. ' he cannot live.1 Oh, I would not care to die," he said, were it not for leaving my dear wife and little child, but I know that I must die.' A brother had presented him with three bottles of medicine, but he had no faith in 'patent medicines'; but, after the doctors had cvien him up to die and he hnd banished every hope of recovery, he said to hS wife, "dear wife, lam going to die, there can be no harm now in taking that medicine. I will begin its use at once.' lie did begin to use it and at first he grew worse, but soon there came a change. Slowly but surely he got better. that man is strong and healthy and he his life to that medicine. What was the medicine? It was Dr. Herce's Golden Medical Discovery, and I. Luther Martin, am man. Dr. Pierre, I thank you" from the very depth of my hurt, for rescuing me front the jrrave." The foregoing is from JUither Mirtla, Esq., a uteoM-neeUlsta of X.cbec Wood Co, W. Vs. To-da- y oM-e- s the-ur- ed bic feet. Divide this by 4.00G, the cubic feet in a room sixteen feet square, and there will be 20,32l,S43.7GO,O0O,000 rooms Jsow, suppose the world always dit and always will hold 9,000,000 inhabl tauts, nnd that a generation lasts thirty-thre- o d years mnk aud ing in all 2,080,000,0.0.000 inhabitants every century, aud that tho world w stand 190,000,000 years or 100 ceuturies. making in all 2,070,000.000,000 Inhabi tants. Then suppose there were 100 worlds equal to this in number of in- habitants aud duration of years maki ing a lotal of 2,879,050,000,000.000.000 ner sons, and there would bo more than a hundred rooms sixteen feet squarei for each person." one-thir- plYING ,S BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, V Name. REGULAR REDEMPTION. Address. Cost. u&anyuon,. . Dr and you can also say extremely comfortable, when you are driving' in one of our easy and handsome Buggies aud Phietons. Our stock of fine carriages is unsurpassed for beauty, style, durability and general superiority, and we are selling them atspr.ices that will surprise you, quality eon sidered. John Donelson. John JJ'tischer L A M;Grief , AP 'i'aylor Owensboro, Lexington, Louisville, " Ky " ......... 44 42 43 42 50 50 50 50 .. .. . .. 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