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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): February 1, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899020101_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): February 1, 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, Mr.Jj.Iv. KENTUCKY, CoNSF.it, WEDNESDAY. IFEBRUAKY MODS, WEAK DISEASED MEW. cuRL-- m pay! m sew eod 'atmext. I :: i'i: Tin: tiriciiu.l vn'.i l)ii. K. & K.. will ii--! lilccilrr; lit clr euro fort vir tiny fcrsi i Sexual It i tto remit cf j yeans' cxiiciicnco hi t'.s t.citciccf if I 1, 1899. NUMBER 35. GRIGSBY & MUNCEY, General Agente, Eastern Kentucky. "POLITICAL USES AND ABUSES OF THE private secietary LAW." r Equitable. Life NEW YORK, Makes the food more delicious and wholesome The Toast That James Pryol-TaftovAl wraa powcta co., new topic via Responded To At The Duckworth Club BanConfederHo cares quet in Celebration of Jack- 1000.deail than lie no more for Americans your govprnii ent : nd your laws the cares fortlio ate same thought and attention you give son Da- - and Where Will- who have met death in lie late war at to your daily business, and you will do iam Jennings Brj'sm Was tlio hands of the horse doctors and well. I would say, that jho flag of this of the criminal and hrutal inef- Union, when waving over ufieeand a Guest of Honor. I Wr -- A&SVLVIELY VA Baking mrfmd Powder PURE mblem of undying honor, glory an I fame; but that, if it's shadow is ever cast upon au unslavcd the taint of dishonor and shame will be upon it. I do not believe that this people, who live in the light of the Declaration of Independence; who remember Valley Forge and New Orleans, who love the mem ory of Washington, Jaekson and Lin coin, will ever attempt to forge tin haiusnf slavery or dependence upoitho limbs of any people on earth. whether they ,be white, or yellow oi olack. We believe in tho Chicago platforn of f.S'JO; we protebt against government by injunction; wo demand a tax oi incomes; we' believe iu ami demand tin free and unlimited coinage of silver a the ratio of 1G to 1 without awaiting the consent or eoncurience of any other country: wo protest against the prostitution of law, ami wo declare thai in 11)00 we will again stand ou the platform of 18 and follow the same leader iu courage and in faith, he the outcome what it may, an-- if, in doing this, we earn the name of Anarchist. then we say an Anarchist is greater than a King, nn I that in that name lies greater glory than ever known by potentate or prince. Iu the law and in its maintenance lies the preservation of government and the people, and in ils abuses lie their destruction. Violence, riot and disorder means the suffering of those least deserving to suffer and tho loss of these least able to lose. Uphold law and g ivermnent. Seek to prevent tiie abuse of one and to obtain the proper admin istration of the other. I ficiency, if not worse, of tho men who independent peoplf. is tho still remain iu hta cabinet. was. a man The patron saint of y possessed of convictions, with the courage to express them, and tho manhood to maintain them. Although of a nature fierce, aggressive nnd commanding, hs believed in the virtue of OFFICE-Mai- n law, and recognized its vital import, ami dil his part in maintaining it. In Richmond, Ky. USES AND A1IDSES OF paying tiibute to his memory it is well TJIK LAW." for Democrats to remember that, in the. ACTIVE SOLICITOUS WANTED KVEltY for "The Story or the Philippines" Mr. Chairman: Jt has bt-coften virtue of law lies the only enfety for by the Govby Marat HalsteaJ, commissioned ernment as Official Historian to the War De- said that Kentucky is the home of this people, and that in iu abuses, lit partment. The book was written in brave men and fair women. No one tho only dangers confronting them. ramps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with General Merritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, knows better than I how true the last Almost from the begitming of lime In Hong Kong, in the American trenches at part of that statement and I am con- government, in one form or another Manila, in the insurgent camps with on the deck of the Olympla with Dewey, vinced now that the first part Is true lias existed in every country of tin ami in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila. Bonanza for agents. Brimful of original pic- for it requires courage for any man to peotled earth. "In early d.iys all govtures taken by goverment photographers on rise to address this audience aftei those ernments wcreadmiuistered wholly 1 the spot Large book. Low prices. Big profits. Freight paid. Credit given. Dror all trashy who have spoken to you force, and to the strong belonged tin unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address, F. T Barber, Sec'y , Star Insurance Bldgo., There has been a great deal said heie fruits, while to the weak foil the bur oct2fi-4Chicaco. atiout the war, and its heroes, den and tho pain. The Strong lived and about the North and the South and fattened upon the labor, the sorrow PROFESSIONAL CARDS. There seems to have prevailed some- and the tears of tho helpless. what an impression that the late war With the gradual establishment of ATT0E3T3. obliterated sectional diiroreuccs. My law these distinctions, in outward friends, that was accomplished long bebecame less marked, uutil.final-Iy- , VI. MILLER. fore this war over, Iegan,aiid President in stem old Massachusetts and in was the only man in the proud and bravo and sweet Virginia Kentucky. country who did not know it. He there arose the God given and God Richmond, Office in the Burnam Building, next door to thinks that his trip to the South wiped blessed cry, that all men arc born free THE RAVAGES OF GRIP. feb3-l- y armer's National Bank. out the bitterness of the war a fact ac- and equal a cry at first as weak as the complished years before, and ngniust wail of an infant, but which has so That modern scourge, the Grip, poisids protest and objection. grown in vigor and acclaim that ons the air with'its fatal germs, so that no South. The people living its sentiment pervades the world. That There is no homo is safe from its ravages, but in the Southern States of tliis one cry meant then and it means now. Law, ATronsEY-multitudes have found a sure protecUnion are Americans, just as you arc that every man is entitled to a free and KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, tion against this dangerous malady in Americans. This Hag is their flag, just equal chance in life, the fruits of his Dr. King's New Discovery. When yon Office over Taylor's Hnnlware store, op- as it is your fl.ig. And a hundred and own labor and his own ability, without posite Court House, on Main Street. feel a soreness in your bon8 and musmore years ago, the heroes and states- discrimination by law or otherwise. cles, having chills and fever, with fore men of the Southern States did as much And there, iu sister colonies. DemocII. B. HOGG, throat, pain iu the back of the head, to assure the oxistence. the glory and racy, born of God, as old as Adam, incatarrhal symptoms and a stubborn ATTORNEY AT LAW. the fame of that flag as did the heroes herent in every human heart, reared cough you may know you havo the Grip, 1'arsuip Comnlrxion. Kentucky. and states in the Northen and Eastern its organized body on American soil Richmond, does not require an expert to detect and that you need Dr. King's New DisIt States. and through all the pregnant years Office No. 13 First St.. np stairs. The people in the Southern States since then, in the gloom of disaster and tho sufferer from kidney trouble. The covery. It will promptly euro tlie alucand desire I he respect and the lefeat, in tho warmth and sunshine of hollow cheeks, the snnkeneyes, the worst cough, heal the inflamed memJ. 0. & D. M. OHENAULT, affection of those in all other States. victory and triumph, it lias lived, un dark puffy circles under tho eyes, the branes, kill the'discase germs and precomplexion in- vent the dreaded after effects of the They earned the respect of the world In til, in 1S9G, at Chicago, it reached, in a sallow parsnip-colore- d ATTORNEYS AT LAW, malady- - Price oOcts. and $1.00. Mon?y those days between IS01 and 18G5. They Democratic platform, the fruition of dicates it. Kkvtucky. Richmond, back if not cured. A trial bottle free A physician would ask if you had fotijiht like heroes, suffered like mar perfect expression, and as its cho.cen at Perry & Thomas- Drug Store. onent put forward one who sub rheumatism, a dull pain or ache in the over Clien-ault'- s tyrs and died like men. And those who Office on Second Btreet, were loft, knew that the fight was over, with us and in whom we glory- hack or over the hips, stomach trouble, grocery. About 5,000 pension claims havo been that defeat was their portion, and ac as did those of old in Jefferson and in desire to urinate often, or a burning or filed us a result of the Spanish war, and scalding in passing it; if after passing cepted tho result as Americans, and Jackson. PHYSICIANS. the number is growing larger every day. have lived to it ever since. It has been From the first establishment of law there is an unsatisfied feeling as if it so for years that no man would dare to until the attempt has been to must be at once lepeated, or if the urine The empllest things may exert the DR. H. R. GIBSON, attempt to light thoso fires of bitter divert government from its true pur has a brick dust deposit or strong odor. greatest influence. Do Witt's Little PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, When these symptoms aro present, Early Risers are unequalled for over ness again, unless he were fool or pose, by the political abuses of law, by Kentucky, Richmond. which governments are administered. no time should be lost in removing the coming constipation and liver troubles. It is befitting and proper that men of The attempt has been to accomplish by cause. Small pill, best pill, safe pill. DougDelay may lead to gravel, catarrh of las & one side should pay tribute to the law that which was once accomplished building, 18 and ao Wells. OrBce in the Joe Ctdins e, aj- Street, over Wniie jield drugstore, memory of the dead on the other side. by force The attempt has been to so the bladder, inflammation, causing slop-pagTho Fourth infantry left Chicago for and sometimes requiring the It is becoming that men of one side administer coverument by law as to CHAS. HOOKER, should speak words of tenderness and attain the same ends attained when drawing ot the uriue with instruments, New York to embark for Manila, goingrespect over thegraves of the other side. government was administered by force or may run into Uright's Disease, the by way of the Suez canal. VETERINARY SURGEON, Uut I say to you, my friends, that the to place the burdens upon those least most dangerous stage of kidney trouble. Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, the great THE PENNY MAGAZINE, New people of the Southern Slates do not able to bear them, to give the fruits to lowest-pricemaga discovery of the eminent kidney and York, which is the Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. lesire the patronizing hyprocricy and those least in need of them, to divert zine in Ameriea (20 cents a year,) and WOffice up stairs, over store recently occu- gush of any Presi lent and especially of the benefit of labor from thoso who la- bladder specialist, is a positive remedy which is owned by Hon. (Jhauncey M. pied by Richmond Harness Co., East Jliln y St., one in none of whose professions on apr7-lbored to those who did not labor. The for such diseases. Its reputation is Depew, the eminent American orator, Ulchmond, Ky. world-wid- e and it is so easy to get at any subject do they believe a Presi- growing intelligence and sense of manwants a representative in this vicinity. dent who has spent his time in ap hood in t lie masses have sought moie any drug stoie that no one need suffer It is a good opportunity for TI. C. JASPER, M. D one of our pointing commissions and iu paradiug and more to prevent these political any length of. time for want of it. Medicine and SurK.;ry. However, if yon prefer to first test its ambitious young men oryoung women. about the country wearing a outeder- - abuses of law- and the contest between Oflico Collins liuildine, Main Street. Applications should be addressed to the Telephone nt resilience (the Ciirr place) on ate badjje abovo as weak and fickle a those seeking the abuses of tho law and wonderful merits, mcintion The Rich 111 unuw.j . mond Cimax and write to Dr.- Kilmer Subscription Department, THE PEN Kentucky, heart as ever beat in human breast. those seeking the uses of the law, is in fc Richmond, - Co., Dinghamton. N. Y. for a sample NY MAGAZINE, Templo Court, New No net has ever' been committed by progress as it has been for cenjau25-o- t bottle and book telling all about it, both York City. any public man in this land that was turies. V. EVANS, M D.p I G. more unbecoming or in worse taste Sneeze, if You Can. Assaults upon the rights of the sent absolutely free by mail. thai) that of President McKinIey in masses by political abuses of tho law A Harrodsburg merchant gave mo IS THIS PROSPERITY? prating about the Uebel clrad and deck are more dangerous and more effective Physician and Surgeon, his remedy for the prevalent diseases of ing himself in uoblo emblems. No than assaults, by force When threatgrippo the other day. says tho Harrods-bur- g Louisville Free Press, Kepublican. Richmond, - - - - Kentucky man has the right to attempt to ride ened by foico you know your danger, Democrat. He'saidhohad beoii It is just as Well to be honest about into olllee through the graves of.men and know your foea, and have the op- the condition of things in this country. studying tho disease since its first ap TAYLOR, DR. T. J. who fought liko Americans and died portunity to coiiteiwl in open fight; hut There is a great deal of talk about pearance here several years ago, nnd Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, like Foldieis. No man has ilio right t. the assault by abuse of law issu-re- l and prosperity and dm mercantile agencies that he had readied tho cuiicltLsioii that Kentucky prostitute the sacred mem Ties of the silent; it is mode bv ri.uu-- circuiious Richmond, point with gieat pride to the stock and a good wholesome sneeze is worth u deail of any peoplo for liis'iien-oiinimplished, bond quotations, but that is not pros whole drug storo of medieintt as a pre ami unseen, and when and residence on Second Streetpolitical Ucnellt. lucre is not a school every home in the land .salike affected perity. The farmers made a pretty ventive of the much dreaded disease. boy in this laud who dots not know and none escape'. Heforo the people at DENTAL STOGEItT. good thing because they had good When you begin to feel bad, if vou canthat the only object of tho President in large have even the suspicion of dan- crops but the mechanics of tho country not sneezd otherwise, snuff the odor of his trip to Georgia was to derive some ger, laws arc upon the statute book?; are not prosperous. Good workmen a pod of red pepper, and the desired benefit to himself iu the campaign of which, in their enforcement accomare still walking the streets or working offect will be produced. He reaMm plish the same results attained by those at starvation wages, ifo prosperity that la grippe is caused by microbes and PENTIST, iu power when governments were ad- has yet come to tho ountry. Wall sneezing removes them from tho nos op Louisville, Ky. ministered by force alone. Millionaires street and tho banks may bo prosperous trils. The above remedy will also WOtflee next door to Government Building, RichmSnd, Ky. uince noure m u-- i have growii and multiplied, and now but so may the grandees of Spain and prevent a cold. nov!7-l- y the promiso is daily made that billion yet the poor masses be iu penury Mr. H. A. Fackler, Editor of, Iho aires will soon uo nere. Aim yet ev There is a growing tendency upou the nice rooms for rent Fonr ery man uhoca'cs to think must know part of public men and newspapers to Mieanopy (l"la) Huskier, with his wifo that uo man in this country has ever ignore the individual rights and indi and children, suffered terribly froin Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-son- , accumulated as much as one million vidual prosperity of tho masses. J lie La Grippe. Ono Minuto Cough Curo dollars unlesB by the aid of tho law. ureat governmental ami capitalistic in was the only remedy that help them next door to postoffice. which in ils operation, unjustly, op te rests- that seek to justify the ignoring It ncted quickly. Thousands of other of individual rights for usft thii remedy as a specific pressively and wrongfully took from ami overriding "ihe public good." are very dangerous Grippe, ami its exhausting after for La )R. FRED SMITH. effects. one man the earnings of his own labor to the Democratic simplicity of this re Uouglns & Wells. public. and gave them to another. DEN 1ST. Every milliomdre in this land y over Collins' Graccry. same office We are sure you do not. lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. Janl2-l- y ones his condition to the political abu Nobody wants it. Butitcorr.es ses of law: all the concentration of to many thousands every year. results from Itcomes to those who have had wealth iu this laud y coughs and colds until the and for the manufacturers of the nolitical abuses of law and the Strong words of indorsement for throat is raw, and the lining Pe.ru-na- , rom prominent officials of its home city. existence of millionaires and the conmembranes of the lungs arc cent i.ition of wealth mean and mean inflamsd. Stoo your cough lion. Samuel h. Ulaek, Mayor of Colnmhus, Choso Mn. Km West Ninth Street. Cincinnati. Ohio when it first apjfcaro, and you only tnat tho earnings of three who picture adjoins this paragraph, writes the follow will be at the Hotel Zimmer. Richmond, Ky., on remove the grcit danger of. labor are Uken from them by operation ing letter: fururs trouble. Wednesday, February 8, 1899, Executive Dept., City of Columbus, of law, and presented to those who do To whom it may concern: not labor. And it is to 'jo observed Wednesday o. each returning every second of I can most cheerfully recommend month. Reference every physicianfeblG-l-Richthat those who aro engaged hi the conmond, Ky. a3 of the very greatest possible benefit in cases centrating business are just as ready to of catarrh and other diseases of the mucous profit by tho earaiugs of Kepublican membrane. Thisremedy hasestabli&hcd it&elf KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. "in the minds of tho people as of the greatest labor as Demociatic labor. E. US. CUE, PiiJ:tt, Lniujlam, Kj. possible worth and genuineness. I have known Every government whose death is II HIV HV JjV Dr. llartmnn for a number of years, and aia ERARY, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COMrecorded in history, owed its death to pleased to say that he is ono of ths leading citi MERCIAL COLLUDES. political abuses of law. Everv goveri zens of this city, a man of the very highest 6tandincr fcr Literary and Bible Course $22 a Tuition and .character in the community. ment that has died owed ils death to $10,000 year. More than .twenty teachers. Respectfully, Samuel L. Black. gymnasium. Thousands of successful alumni, the fact that the time finally came. when tioclal and moral welfare of students receive Col. Arthur L. Hamilton, commanding officer of .vns attained by abusts Open to both sexes. For the same result special attention. jlyI7-t- f catalogues address the President. tho Seventeenth Infantry Ohio National Guard, of law as formerly resulted by governwhose residence is at 309 West First Avenue, ment administered by force. stops coughs of all kinds. It Columbus, O., bears witness to the efficiency rli.ra cn hppause if is a sooth The abuse of law is the danger.coiir of Here is Colonel Hamilton's letter ing and healing remedy of great fronting Otis peopW. The,-- Chicago and picture. power. inismaKesjunegreai-es- t platform of 1890 was a protest against Columbus, O., May 18, 1837. preventive to consumption. Dr.- S. D. Hartman. abuses of law, ilid a demand that these Dear Sir: Besides having- the merits of abuses "tease. And it may bo said to i .SjV wx. SHORT LINE TO mt "i Put one of M jW so fully demonstrated in my family, I have a num if some i'i fur distant lands, rather the I ji ber of friends who have taken it for catarrh and Ayer's Cherry Pectoral maiicd baud of Spain, than the avarice stomach rouble, and all unite in praising- it. As a -of a Hanna; rather the cruel despotism remedy lor summer anu winter catarrii i can tuny s. Plasters over your lungs recommend it. of a Weyler. in all that ban been said Airrnun ii. Hamilton-- . Best Lino to of him, than tho infamy of an Alger; Police Judge, From the Hon. Samuel J. A whale KctKeal rather the presence of nrmed tioQps.at Columbus, O. Library fco. ARKANSAS, TEXAS, your doors, than the weakness of a State of Ohio, For Jour rrntt lntsampstopsyiwut-npe- , Supreme Court La? Librart, we will seuUryu sixteen nieulcal McKinloy. MEXICO Columuus, O.. Nor. 12, 1897. I would say to thee of this land, seMedic zJ Advtso ec. Medicine (7c, Columbus, O. before cure your own inheritance AND CALIFORNIA. We hava tu exclmlvo scrriccs of Gentlemen: Tho. result of usinfr une pf the moil eminent pliTnlcians . reachingout tost cure the inheritance of to mo that 1 cannot but .Intiie - United States. . UiTOiuli-fir.has liccn so Pullman Tourist Sleeping Oar leaves Louis.... .r ..ijldl'tinl I . . l rnns through to your own lllllilll ville every Thursday night end others. I wmdd saw look congratulate you on mo success oi your remedy. attlnm for frivunryou mlil to San Francisco, Your high standing in tho business community, and lland and to your own interests and Ask vour ticket agent for particulars or write mar in j"" ' mo to this to R ft. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, crKinrtr'p'. ltlmnt con. make tho effort to preserve tour gov- the worth of the gentlemen conducting-yonr great enterprise, prepared, worm Louisville, Ky. c.staonsiimeiu, oui us real Reclining Chair Csrs Louisville to and your homes from the de- expect a meritorious article only, irom Free ernment U.WdemotetratcdbyitaUfle." Memphis and New Orleans. . Respectfully, SAr.i. J. Swawtz. struction and death giving operation of WM.V. KELL&Nt, A. H. HANSON, ik suty dragrfjjt or a freo rWa-n- a A,;t3c for the jcur MM. law. I would say, give to abuse of A.CpP.A.,LBjrIllc( Q P. A , Chicago. Covington Commonwealth, Jan. 11. At the request often repeated of citiAdENTS WANTED IN zens of Covington, the stenographic report of the epeeeh delivered byJmlge UNOCCUPIED James P. Tamil at the Jackson banTERRITORY. quet in Cincinnati on January C, is published in this impression of the Com- Street, juouwealth and i.s as follows: ttt ar-n- Agui-jald- i.--; m ht evi-deuc- o, ATTOttNEY-jVT-LA- for Congressman-elec- t G. G. Gilbert has served his answer to Mr. Davison's grounds and notice of contest. The Stanford-Journa- l thus summarizes it: n fool's cap It embraces 15 pages and denies in the lirt t place that Jackson was cut from the district to encompass his defeat ami says he should not bring Mich it chaige against the Legislature; thai theie wern i.n Illegal or uu.signcd ballots counted iu Anderson, that the election was noi held at any precinct In a house iu which other business was conducted, and if it had there is. nothing against it so being held in the statutes. The election officers wen- - both Republicans J and Democrats ami there is no evidence that they counted unigned or illegal votes. The territory of the district is as large as theOtli, Oth and 7th, is much larger than Delaware mid twice the size of llhodo Island. It pays mote taxes than the 1st, 3rd, 4th, 9th, 10th and 11th, has more counties than the 2nd; 5th, 0th nnd 7th, cast moic vote in 1S93 than the 1st, I'd, Oth, 7th and 10th and basil larger citizenship than either. Davison does not claim any vote iu Jackson and would deny the dtizciis of that county representation. The 8th is quite sa largo as when he wasj elected as when Davibon was defeated nnd if the majority cannot elecf a Congressman, how can the minority do so? If the 8th is legally constituted, as Gilbert believes ami it vera, he claims his right In the seat in Congress. If it is not so constituted then neithor is and no vacancy can be declared ill a district that has no existence. Mr Conner' states that Jlr. Gilbert has no fears of being unseated, satisfied that even a partisan tribunal cannot find grounds for so outrageous an net. type-writte- FOR SALE, ctt :rs The executor: ot Leo Jalto White, deceased, lor Bale, privately about We Don't 11 130 Acres of Land, In 3T ot which lies immediately of Foxtown, the bala nee Is between the land Wnu Dem.ett Wl cure syphilis Tlii.t Icniblo I'lood l'oirof, tlio term. of lminUnil. yield.', rraiiily 1 cur KliV h'ewato .c Mercury. ) l'otx-li-. cic. 'ilicyin?yiiiinj-imrysit!iiyou liaororcsi.i tuo luomlior t.igu i If 3 ptmx in Hi ' Join:, nro Ibiout, !:.iir c.-eyebrows f.illmic rut, piiap'c.-i- t r blo'clir, t rtomnrh tlenwtrriiiiut. "ro crcs. tie., )ou Into tho wcouilmy ctnui; , thu 1J11 l'uiita Wo folicit tho tint rhalletgo tho most ib;linato k world lrciitmt-u- t o wo r.ceciit for n land cannot eiirc. ly ourtrratmciitthu lulccr.i hnil. tlio hair ir.tws njram. jiainj ) disappear, ihotkiu becomes healthy, and , uiarii 'to i ; uud cafe. ! I is to and Dudley Trihljle. The latter is in blaegr ass ami jum not ucen iiiougneu lor tniny years. Address, Want a Cent Of your money Unless you get value wmivh. for it. For that reason we are alwjys fflad to have you look around the store and learn how much better you can do here than anywhere else. 1 John 6. Cole, Ex. 150x159. Janl-i- m Winchester. Ky. r., For Sa!e Privately ! cm CURES GUARANTEED! Thoitrands of vnr.ue nr.d ini.ilic.nccl l men havo their vipir il wtnli'y ' ly I.ttrr ejropwi' mental I ij i :api-cc- l worry. t;e. Mo ntnttrr Iho canto, our l New Jlctlio t T:catmciit I ; the rtf j;;c. i' WECURESMPOTENCY ifl Atitlroptororll Amliiliun, lifj ami fiiciiry :o ittitl no unit ltiui'clt slum men. Eveiv tnro it treated frW-nU- t I will offer for sale privately my Honso and Lot situated on the coiner of NortL nnd 7th Streets, back of A. 11. Burnaiu's property. The hous- - has seven rooms, cood cisturn, stable and other necesary outbuildings; the lot contains about BOx'JU feet. Tho price will be reasonable tor cai h. WILLIAM TiNQ LIS II, nov9-- tf Ilichmond, Ky. letrtM 11 r. no-tr- ortui-tton. FOR SALE if sold at once. Best stand in conntv. D. Z. &T. 15. Janll-4w CTD I Ikws. n. No matter what aiM Wo m fu:-ni- h to puarantco I : ccks-l!i.-- h li tnk loniN vrhut wo claim. is confidciitrilly. liotnro-.il- i hepwoiir wnniler-t- A stock of Clem ral Merchandise. A bargain (TO Bed-roo- m TAYLOR, Waco, Ky. CO IVAKUW Kbir. fiYlMMI.ltN (il.hr.i, SXCHriTlti:. IMPnriiNl'Y. SUOIIfci iMBAINx. NNATI'llXI. 1)1. CHAiit.- SE3w Vj Irrai nntl euro: KMa.K'V.. KlI)i:Y If nnd ULAUDKU Dirtu r . your Idea: thpr mar brine you wealth. JOHN WKDDEKBlJRN A CO, Patent Attor-seyWaablnirton. 1. C. for their S1.8U) prize offer and list ot tvto liundred. luTesUocs waotml. Trot45ct Wanted-i- ln Writ Idea SS iFEKt;. unnlilo to BLANK KSTION ull. lor writn llO' jV.r HWennedys Kergam S22 W. Fourth St., CINCINNATI, O. DISS. icture raffling! . J to-d- A -- 31-3- 0 - ht - usual low prices. 100 genuine Etchings; 100 select yard Pictures, all different subjects. -- are now receivings all of the new things in mouldings in ebony, mahog-ny- , oak, alid other woods. Picture mats-whi- te, black and more than fifty shades and colors, in velvet, felt and smooth hand tints, and other picture framing materials for the Holida Trade, which we will make up and offe,r at our "We In Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Mahogany, Golden and Antique Oak.... n Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds. Elegant Sideboards. Extension and Center Tables. 0dd Dressers. Chiffoniers. Njj Parlor Cabinet Book Casts. Hat Racks, Etc., Etc. There is also on disptoy 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 city. Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Work Baskets, Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attractive additions to our business. If you are n lover of beauty it will pay you to call and my line of Framed Pictures, Medallions, &c We also make a specialty of framing pictures. 1 r9 GO TO THE- - English Kitchen, 12 W. Short St., Lexington, Ky. Regular meals 25 cents. Lodging 23 cents. Most convenient and centrally located hotel in the city. Fine equipped bar in connection. u. "W. HATERS, Proprietor- - - News and 6pinions qqGO'F'OC Polite attention, prompt and efficient service glass backing and wire to hang, 8x10, 25c. .Portrait size, 10x20, $1 to $1.50. If you want pick and choice of this select line of goods call early. Our line is full and complete, and in charge of Mr. M. G. Brown, a graduate embalmer and funeral director. It will pay you to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. S, NEVILLE T MOBERLEY PHONE 23.-- S National Importance Successor to J. S. Collins. . The Sun ( M, STBtET, - Contains Both. Daily, Ty mail, Daily and Sunday, by mail,-8 '203 ff. - 5& to-d- a year are niiide to a year N. It. Wo are not neglecting our Wall Paper. Window Shade, Paint and Glass liiisinrss, the Baino low price? nnd every one tilike. YEARS' EXPERIENCE CO REMEMBER as a call. at Thurman's than anywhere You can buy more GROCERIES for less ou Earth. mone3T Give ... 13 TIIE GREATEST SUNDAY NEWSPAPER IN TII15 WORLD. By racil, $2.00 a year. Price S cents a copy. THE SUN. New York. Address s Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c fjnicUr ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention Is probably patentable. Handbook on Patents eent free. Oldest airency for eecnnnir patents. latents taken throuch 2Ionn & Co. rccelro special notice, without cbnrgc. in tno A handsomely illnstrated weeklr. Tnrzest circulation of any Pdentlflo Journal. Tcnni, t3 a yenr: fonr months, ?L Bold by nil newsdealers. . Thurman Cor. Main and Cheapside. Grocery '"? Co., RICHMOND, KY ce - l n (TTVLISH, ARTISTIC tig reliable? g i 5j Recommended by Lecdlnc : Dressmakers. Tlicy Always I'lCRie.- - 5 MS CALL, i -Z of these properties. rc the properties of tone which satisfy Av 4 9 ji wjujuili the musical ear. S-One make of Piano may have one, another two, another three .t .v , , MUNH & Co.36,B"adaT. Hew York Branch Office. C5 F St. VTashlngton, D. C. 2S-- NONE S rLTTER ; li'n lZ -- J a k! evtriy r U i..r:cal-rdirect tu u Cj" i'lieieiif'c'M are ; Address : THE McCALl. COMPANY, )ar ine n nt 'inp nearest -- AT AKY PRICE M in near'y t urj States n r.i not kerp iSrm end poii.t rcceixcd. j Frankfort ft Mm Maysvllle .... " Railway. 18?8 1 In Effect December 5, I DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. j - - WAW$ 138 to HOW. 14Ih Slrect.NswYcrk-t: ntiAxrn or-Tr- s ;S i89FIIh Ave.. Cilcaco, nntl 1051 2 00 1 p m. a.m. S .Vi I '. 7 Market St., San Francisco. : MS Dr. Louis fi. Landman to Whom it Mav Concern. Pe-ru-n- a, MAGASINEW : Brljhtcit jMacjzIne Dcau-ifu- CALL'S, -; C 25 5 9 40 6 17 10 7 10 11 20 09 45 33 28 21 p.m. Lve. Ulchmond ... .Ar. 1 HI 11 42 " Winchester.. " p.m 7 6 8 5 4 20 1C " Ar. " ' Paris.. Qeoreetowu .." trankfoit Lve. '') 7E0 7 00 30 10 23 3 40 Ask for tickets via Paris. j. n. NEvrroN. yours, write us. Has them all ia harmonious comfeina-'ion- a. p. a. Ft Wayne Organ 0o.9 FtMayno9 Indo aug3-C- Jjt& . Agents in most all riti'ss. If none in Established 25 years, viw- - f Published 5: l Conta:ns riinrc1 P'.v.cs. SIlljjtraies Uticsi 1'alitrns, ions, Kincy Ij. . A;2n: uan'.rd tnTWork. Iht1. mallinf incvcv tacality. .Ilcautilul iircmium. lor lit.ic .irk. Write for terms --.nil nthcr part ; olara. Su'ramntmnoni) .TOc. FCt eoi. -- 2 inctudfni; a S Atidran THEMcCALL CO.. J 138 to 146 W. 14th St , New York J Rea.d This I havo rented lor 1808 the several houses advertised hy me last December, but have now four or fivo other nice cottages, tvcll located and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at my olhce over Messrs. While Si Gibson's store, with Stcphen'D. Parrish, Attomey-at-LaFLORIDA II. PAKMSH, Jan26-t- f Attorney and Agent All Work Guaranteed. A ltiuiouli!)r up-t- 2 : 5; I'c-ru-- due wckl)r ptriodicil devolcd to Inhiont Mill tx, during 1S99, as herttoforc, (or women, y. A MIRROR OF FASHIONS REPAIRING AND TIMEING FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. Eitluslve models of gowns Iron Pirls, London, and New York wCl ba publlihedeaxh week. lk. -- L. F. 1 ..A N h. The Paris Letter VyKATltAKINE DK FOREST S. K. The London Letter Ejra Spttial CorrttoonJtnt Ciuctctt The New York Letter will aid women In all those little points of fashion nutters that are such belpj keeping one dressed in good taste. of selected gowns will be famished cost. at BrAttttlE T.ASltMOKE ILLINOIS m iEIL f 1 Cut Paper Patterns COLORED Outline Patterns will b published free erery oCicr week in supplementary form. 2nd. Street, Richmond, Ky. FASHION PLATES o a. - Advance Advertisement! gSXadies' panes. "WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK. Fleeced-lined FICTION Katharine J , l Furest I'c-ru-- Bk New Orleans- - jr-- Su-art- lOcts; 12 yds Torshon Lttco for 4c Bargains this week in table liueu, imkins and eoimter- ' Next week Hose worth 20ets for aret&ree serial rtories to appearIn iSg-- ) that hare seldom been eaualled in 0. plocand treat..CKi. ft SHORT STOKY CO.yTRlBin'OfcS Harriet P. Spafford ChrlstlBU T. Herrlek Margart S. Briscoe Kry E. Wilkins . Bj S. R. CROCKETT A Confident To -- Morrow Df DRANDER MATTHEWS Kit Kenitedy Metoofl Farm Ey MARIA LOUISE POOL The t t 8 j Uitr.tilkins Ella y. Peattle Marten Harland " Carollnp Tleknor Kuth MeEnery Stuart Pe-ru-- na Pc-ru-- The Maine Commission Co, Dry Goods, Notions and otiitfjt' articles. nienibar. the name when in doubt. Mais aki Ghsai'jWBjs. (Uov23 Wnwa EatHinr a By A. H'. ilcCULLOl'dt The Bsy nothcr SPECIAL AIJTrCLES TO Th Er Mr,. AXXE RAMSE Daf Child Re . -- LivhiK IbrJELEiV POl'CLAS vmm. EyADAUXE It'. STERLlXG After CoHege, Wht ? r J'l In addition to llscie there will be maar others, ail of instructive value to wcoieu. A SCIAi. FTER: . weKrs 1 11 THOS. MEIPEN, Manager, Coi:. 10 Cuts a Znntot MjnlMM V A4r Cf for TP XO ' , J. (, H 00 a Ytar W.Y. w.lllTIW, wfi tMMIrt !.?-Yor- jO-A- . IUCHMOjNDKY. usmmmBmnsmmmrst For Sale. one-thir- d or one-hal- f interest in the best paying Dally and Weekly newspaper and Job o'.Hce in the Sontlt nnd West. The plant is a first-claone, consistinK of fast Cot-tre- ll press, four jobbers, paper cutter, gas engine, 1,500 pounds new' body type, an ubundnnce of new job and display typo, and everytliiug necessary or s desirable for n office, and, what is better than nil. it is making good money and will pay 40 per cent, annually on the investment. To tlio right man I will give a good thing, but lie must be able to do bis part, either in an editorial, business or mechanical capacity. It is not for lease, but for salo to the right parly, and the right man can get a bargaiu, and on good terms. Address Jno. 1$. Gaines, Daily Times, Howling Green, Ky. A one-fourt- h, TOOBUSYt2Wes iW, o, .1 uuy unin airer tvt kow .Year. Unr business has been phenomenal and, we are very thankful to the public, and take this opportunity of wishing each and every one A A ss SjrT?nT T O ijui uixjuxuli o;xujio 11., uvwry i- -t fiiet-clas- The B usy Bee Cash Store 1 I Sends Greetings to A MERRY CHRIS1 their many Friends and Patrons, wishing them a happy and prosperous Mew Year for 1899.- D When you wjuvea I NE HAPPY m m a febl-2- v AR The Town Council of Thrton, Iud., has adopted an ordinance forbiding persons from lining-np- " at ths clotc of church services, as if in review. D. The great Mercantile Corporation, THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CO.. have made special arrangements with the manufacturers with whom they do business to make special prices for them duringthe year 1899, and they can promise their customers many rare bargains in all lines carried by them during the year. need .AVI & aiiu weni, anything In Boots, j; uuiisiiuigs AND P a liniment known as (Jhnmherlain's I'ain Ualm, which I found excellent njraintt rheumatism as well as against Eoreuess of the throat and chest (giving me much easier breathing ) I had a touch of pneumonia early this week and two applications freely applied to throat and chest relieved me of it at once. I would not be without it for anything." For salo by Perry & fcbl-lThomas. m Studer, for twenty years United Slates Consul at Singapure says: "While at Dees Moines 1 became acquainted with In a recent letter from Washington. C, to an old friend, Major G. A. 1 UNDERBUY, UinJSHSELL.-CA- SH ! 1 Look out for our announcements in the local papers and circulars. They will ahrays contain something to interest 3'ou, and our "LOW CASH PRICES" will save you money. Our first offerings for the New Year will be nice Blenched Cotton, no dressing 4c yard; Hope Bleached Cotton, Londsdale finish, 5c yard ; Green Ticket yard ; fruit of the loom l.ondsdale Bleached Cotton, Bleached Cotton, Oe yard ; Mnsouville ISIeached Cotton, Oc yard ; best 10-Pepperell Bleached Sheeting, 15c yard ; good 10-- Unbleached Sheeting, 12c yard; good yard-wid- e Jlrown Cotton, ac yard; nice Sea Island yard-widBrown Cotton, 4c yard ; AAA Trion Mills Brown Cotton, yard-wide 4 4 Customers are not limited as to tho quantity of 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 thev want. "Wo will ofTor good calicoes at 3Jc; Ameiican indigo blue calico, 4c; new red calicoes, best brands, 4c; Ameiican shirtincs, new styles, 3jc; Simpson's black and mourning prints, 4c in The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. Dr. True humility is contentment. cigar. The best smoker, the Proctor Knott 4c yard. See Douclass & Simmons' lino of Anchor cooking stoves. None equal it in the country, for price and quality. FOE SALS. Nice Cottage on Main street in Irvine, with four rooms and hall, and all nec- ssary Neff & Million, Sole agents for the Cel ebrated Fine Knot Coal. None genuine but ours. We also handle Baled Hay, Corn, etc. Give us a call. Office near R. N. I. & B. depot. Telephone 21. To have our Clothing the best that can be made That is why vou get here more value for your moue v than elsewhere. We are Showing Some Beautiful Percalles at 5 Cents. FEB. 1, 1S!)9 llobson. Dentist. James J. Powell is tho new For.sale cheap at Red House. -- Wagers & Cohon bought of llallard Bros., a car load hogs at "Jc For Particulars call at this office or write Miss Jam: Daniel, Irvine, Ky. Mr. Reeves Chosen. The East End Christian chiirch has Miss Fannie Jones, of AVaco, is secured the services of Bev. Ashtoid veiy ill with little hone of recovery. Beeves, a native of this city, but now Messrs. Tom Trihblo and D. B. aitondmg the Uible College at Lexing Kitpard have uouc to Missouri to live. ton. He is an earnest, upright, and deserving voutii: man. For one woek only, Best GranulatEnjoying a Good Beginning. K. Deatherage & Co. ed Sugar, IS lb Wo arc requested to thank the pub- !?ee the "Sweep Out" Prices of lie for its cordial recoption of the new shoes, hoots, etc, at Bice & Arnold's. hardware firm of Douglas & Simmons.' Shoes at your own price at the They havo received nearly all their "Sweep Out" sale, of Itico & Arnold. stock and defy competition. Everything at the lowest cash prico. trial was a llrst-claThe Deoknor-Ashe- r great attraction at Circuit Court last Fox's Stable Sold. week. Mr. C. T. Fox has sold his livery 1 ts are J "AmQSSN. VM i GENERAL MILES. Our Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats Ladies, Our line of Embroideries will certainly eu- We have just placed on sale the largest line of Ilamburgs, Laces, and Embroidery, ever shown in the fQ tertain you for an hour or two, Call and see them. ity. This line contains all the new things in Nansook IJinbroideries, Jaconet Embroideries, Swiss Embroideries, Our great line of Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums, match sets of all kinds, bapd and machine ipade Laces of Oilcloths. Bugs? Lace Curtrins anil Oil Shades was never all kinds. Our buyers have made a specialty of this line more complete. We have no carried over goods in these and nothimr hns been left undone to mako this departlines. They are all fresh and new, new styles, new patment one of the most important factors in our immense lmsiness. We wish to call your attention to tho fact that all prices named on Bleached Cottons and nil domestic aro subject to change without notice, to take advantage of this opportunity. Buy your spring, cottons while you can get extremely low prices on them. AVe terns, new prices. We are namini; prices on these lines that is a death blow to all competition. Call and inspect this lino before you purchase. 'A lira Or ReadytoWear I We have just received a new lot of American Lady and Featherbone Corsets. These aro the most coniforta- nle tittitig corsets shown to the trade Try one. V? Take any of our SUITS and OYEKGOATS at $12.50 ind they have the set and style of Merchant Tai- The Eclipse Studio over Madison National Bank, will discontinue busi- or's work. ness after Feb. 10. Parties desiring Our SUITS and O YER COATS at $8.00 received the photographs from this firm should Keen ro. sittings at once. Prices will resame aire and thought in tailoring as the higher No main low and work grades. Every thread of warp and woof-- is of pure such work will bo turned out at my Notice. lirst-clas- Proctor Knott Cigar. Linens and quotini: special prices on them for a short timo. If interested ask to pee this line when yoj come in. .We aro showing special good things in Table 0) ets and Capes left that we are closing out at justone half the origmal.pnce. If interested call and see them. ' We have some special eood things in Ladies Jaek- - m toiils for lb ol Hosiery k to seo them wk m coins in. prices after I close my business. wool. stable to Mr. Thomas Gibson, the price, " janll-4w- . J. H King. it said, being about $10,000 Mr. Gib Says it Works Like a Charm. son is a jovial gentleman who will mako an ideal proprietor and The nations of E. Deatherngo & Co. manager and. wo wish him overy success. agree Hint thoir "cash bvstem is benefc Co. ficial to all parties Cash gets a much Sued For $5,000. larger quantity of groceries now and. Tho case of John AV. Garrett vs. By- Wheat is telling at 70 cents in the and that renders the cliango instantly Bed House neighborhood and corn 1.00 buni Thomas, for $5,000 damage, came In the course a month satisfactory. per barrel in crib. up last Thursday. Thomas shot Gar- many dollars are. saved, in the course Tho B. & II. Asparagus, none bet- ett last summer, and the wounded of a year perhaps 0110 whole month's ter, Uj cents a can, for this week only. man lias been in a procanous con ox po uses have been saved. tf dition over fcince. Verdict in defend E. Deatherage & Co. ant's favor. Fourteen Year Old Girl Marries Mips Annie iluguely opened her Bather than bo harassed by tho perWe Want al Once school yesterday with laige attendance 215 WHITE FRONT. reliable man to sell our Blue I'en- - sistent lovers and to have all his plans at her home at Bed House. uant brands of Lubricating Oils and to prevent the marriage thwarted any Joe Mason, of Whites Station, bold Greases, and high grade For SaleThresher and way, as is the case nine times out of ten, Frank Sherwood was down town to s.0()0 pounds of tobacco in Louisville day, the first time since his tus- .Mill Supplies. Will make liberal nr- - Mr. B. John Heathinau, guardian of I will sell 1117 residence on the Sum le with cholora morbus.he had says he per hundred. last week at 7.l'5 He Miss Yirdramon Smithlieart, aged 14, inuemonts and give 6teady employ mit at a bargain. if I can sell during the drove thirty miles after ho was taken, will bu groundhog day, ment to the right man. Tho Euclid wrote an order to Counlj Clerk White month of February. Will rent house and never came so near dying in his consenting (or Miss imiithheart's marwhich will determine whether our win- Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. ife. After this when ho iroes out in riage to Willard Whittaker, of Edon- - from purchaser. tho country he will take a bottle of ter is oer or just commenced. fob A Mistake as lo Distance. J. D. Clark. ton, aged SO. 'hamberlnin's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy with him. Missouri Ir. lloltou and not Dr. Oldham, The Nicholasvillo Journal brags about Broke His Leg. Valley (Iowa) Times. For sale by as slated last wook, did the surgery on ts long distance telephone tystom, am) The Shepherd Sisals 0ns ol His Lambs. ienl-iMr. Chas. T. Jackson, lately the 'erry & Thomas. .Mr. Samuel 1 1 isle's broken note. Ile.v. Thomas Hornsby. tho "Cowboy the fact that persons can talk to citts efficient toll gato keeper 011 tho Lexing Dr. Albert Denton, who represented IJy bringing us cash Wu tain posi- Nashville, a distance of 000 miles! As Preacher," who has done lSaUist evan ton pike, near this citv, is suffering tively save you 10 to 'JO per tuiit. on Nashville is less than 200 miles from gelistic work in this aud adjoining from a broken leg, caused by stepping Henderson county in tho last Legisla Mi3 Annie Todd. Nicbolasville the fellow's voice must counties, ran oiX ture, is announced as a car.didato for your groceries. E. Deatherage & Co. laughter of Mr. I. D. Todd, of the on a pebble, his anklogivitig wny. The' make around trip to go COO miles. B. O. Lackey, a Waco merchant, Speedwell neighborhood, and as a re- injury consists of a fracture of both tl-- Soap on Their Food. kneo is quite ill with congestion of the lungs After Exposure lo the Cold sult sorrow and dUgraco havo 'jcen bones iu tho right leg, below at the home of his uncle, Win. Benton, Two gentlemen wore taking lunch brought upnu tho two families, as the (there is, of course, only one bono iu or wet take a doge of Dr. Bell's Pine- and fortify yourself against - Z. Taylor lUce ciuuhlieil last Thins 11 at a restaurant here yesterday and preacher has a wife and several chil- - the leg above the knee). Mr. Jackson was in the act of stepping from the cold. This is one of the most efficacious day as administrator of Mrs. Z. Taylor were in the act of pouring mustard on Iron, who are now on a visit to Mrs. pavemont to a crossing on Main street, remedies know to tcience for coughs, Hire, deceased, formerly Miss Bachcl their lish when Fed Evans, of Estill, Hornsby's parents in Georgia. colds, and incipient consumption. It when the accident happened. ume in and exclaimed in surpribe: Ford. l. furth On: on ths The Indian can sec nine-tont- h That id the lirst time I ever saw a Madison's Assessment Decreased More Mr. Thomas Marshall. Bed House er than the whito man. "Say, wouldn't you like tosubscribo white man east soap on his gruo." "Prosperity" Figures bought of Win. Dozier his grist mill and foi the Ci.imaxV" said oue of our stall Tu Cure a CoM in One Hay Can't Miss It. will move it to his place and continue Of course the County Assessor will to a prominent. Bepublicau down at grinding. Just look at tho sign at the entrance Silver Creek last Saturday. "No, blast not be accused of collusion wiili the Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. To prevent blood .poisoning caused between Hice & Arnold's and Armer's your old free silver paper," was the calamity howlers, so we append his fig All drmrirista refund nionev if it fuilr to cure. 25c. The genuine has L. D. Q. 011 by a thorn wound, the thumb of David Arcade and you will have no trouble in prompt reply. ''Lot too order vou the ures to show how General Prosperity eacti tablet. iioiu-tiiBrink, a farmer near Valley View, was finding Miss Tempie Oldham's milli Com then," retorted the has been cavorting around here. It takes a crocodile eighty seconds to nery store, which is up stair. Jer The total assessed taxable property nmpu ated. Cl'max niHii "No, ' Mid the Republi turn completely around. stock of millinery is very complete and can, - wait poliiii-get n the county including land, $3,401,- until prefer The Bichmoud Social Club will ohe invites an inspection. jau'J5-l80O, town lots, 1,003,450, cash, ec, a little warmer and see which tido the When yon can not sleep fnr couehini! give its first German to morrow night $735,470, personalty, $1,155010 is $8,- - take Chamberlain's Coueli Remedy. It Courier-JournA Brilliant Entertainment. fall 011." is going to at Masonic Temple. Mr. V. B. Bright 334 003, or a falling off from last year always gives prompt relief. It is most will be leader. All who attended Edward Baxter of nearly a quarter of a million dollars! excellent tor colds, too, as tt aids expec Curncd lo Death. toratiou, relieves the lungs and pre! , Joe Miller, infant sou of Mr. and Perry's piano performance at Madi - Good times, Tho alarm of lire at 5 o'clock yestcrvents any tendency toward pneumonia. son Institute 011 Saturday iii 'nl exnrtss Mrs. Will Pearson, is dangerously ill any For snlo by Perry & Thomas, drugSmall Pox at Mcholasville. the one sentiment that no hotter or lay morning was not a false one by jan 4 lm gist, at the home of his gr.imlu. oilier, Mis. destroyed and more enjoyable exhibition has beeii means, as a cottage was A well developed case of small pox John .Miller, near Waco. a man burned to death. Tho unfortu There aro four Irishmen to every Ei ;iveu here in twelve months. It was a iu tho negro settlement was reported at Pcckolbook, containing small sum rare treat and a large audience w:;s natc was Ned Walker, an aged negro, Nicho'asville Sunday, whereupon 'the glishman in the United State.". whose body was burned to a crisp. Be of money, tax and express receipts, etc., there to enjoy it. Chamberlain's t'nuii Hrmrily Alwajs Itichmond Board of Health promptly fore he conid be rescued the house had ollice. Owner can have tame at this 1'rovrs EUVelital. negroes of that Telephone to Ford and Winchester. man was pinned quarantined against the fallen in and the old by paying 25 cents for this notice, city. This is purely in tho interest ol are no better medicines on the There Tne Winchester Democrat says that down by the ruins. His arms and legs everybody, black and white, and if the market than Chamberlain's. We have William Fletcher, of Ited Ilousr articles of incorporation have been filed were bunted oil' and bis body roasted. used the Conch Bemedy when all others finished gathering the bast crop of corn restrictions are observed the disease failed, nnd in overy instance it proved there for a telephone system embrac so that the remains had to be taken out will be nnickly stamped out. There is effectual. Almost daily wo bear the in that neighborhood, about 1,000 bar ing Winchester, Ford and Richmond. on shovels. rels to 05 acres. .Who tan beat that? too much false sentiment about isola yirtues of Chamberlain's remedies ex- In the brief space of a very short while Awarded Five Thousand Dollars. ting' cases' of infectious diseases. Tho olled lv those wlio nave used mem. Berea. according to Judge E. T. oue may stand 111 Bichmoud and talk to safety of the many can only be pre This iB not an empty puff, paid foratso Fish, is taking on now life, particn every part of Madison and tho other After a five days trial, the jury in tho much a line, but is voluntarily given m case of Beckuer vs Asher awarded the served by stringent guard and intelli good faith, in the hope that suffering larly since tho College becured the greatStates in the Union. humanity maytry tlieso rememeaanu. former a verdict for $5,000. Judge gent care of those who are stricken. Pearson endowment aud other large beneflitted.-I'ro- m Mr. Williams Out for the Legislature. Beeknerued for about $30,000, claimed Don't Kill Him. Officers Should Catch like the vriter. bo ) Pathltnder. For funds. the Olenv llefW. Va Elsewhere is the announcement of to be duo him as agent for Asher in febl-lsalo by Terry & Thomas. Frank Uofton, tho Shirt Man Their Game Alive. Mr. Merritt II. Williams, candidate for tho sale of a large body of mouutain whom Whito & Gibson represent, will It wid be remembered that Officer It is stated that about one in eighteen the Legislature, subject to the action of laud in 1S90. The leading speeches be in Itichmond on tho 9th and 10th of tho Democratic party. Mr. Williams wore made by Hon. Jas. Ulnck, of Bar- H.. C. Mosloy, of Owensboro. killed of the population of Paris live on char- February with a full lino of the latest is only 24 years of ago but he is about bourville, for Asher, and lion. Chns. J Howard Clark, iu an attempt to capture ty, with a tendency toward crime. styles in shirts. the best posted man of his ago in this llroustou, of Lexington, for Beckner. him. When ho presented his claim Did You Get up Wrong? As administrator of the late Lee county. This fctateiuont is easy of ver- 'Fhis is the second trial; at the first for the reward the Auditor refused to Tnkea dose of Dr. Boll's Pinc-Ta- rallow it on the ground that the Court Jake White. Mr. J. V, Cole sold 12 to ification, lie is an ardent Democrat, held in Clark, Beckner won his suit llnnev. It will relieve the discomrort- 15 acres of land, on tho Lexington pike. has done servico for the partv, and in for tho original nniount claimed. An of Appeals had ruled that an officer imr couch or cold, and help you to feel could not claim a reward as he was good all day. It exhilarates the lungs opposite the farm of Mr. Dudley Trib- - entering thecontest for the nomination appeal will be takon. Mmply doing his duty as an officer, and ami soothes the uroncluais. n per acre. is only exercising his prerogative as a ble, at Walts Was Worsted. especially as tho man was killed and fne man. Therefore, before passing The swnllow has a larger mount, in Monev costs G per cent. For cash Jim Watts, the mulatto pugilist of not delivered to the jailer of Jefferson proportion to its size, than ai.y other .judgment upon his candidacy it would we can positively save you 10 per cent this city, hut who calls Louisville his county. Moslcv applied for a niandn bird. Why should you run an account when only be just to invsticnte his char go at mus to compel the Auditor to issue the aLi ity and fitnefs. lie is ready home, was defeated in a you can save big money by buying Sanduskv. O.. by Chas. Golf. The Iew warrant: Judge Cantrill refused to for such a test. and Eczema. Tetter, hrnlware of Douglas & Simmons? issue the mandamus and upheld the York Sun savs of the bout : Tho Intense itching and omarting-inci-'lenin his refusal to pay the Miss Pattie's Musical. Gentlemen, don't tear vourshiits, to these diseases is instantly sllayed ' The men started in to mix it up Auditor by applying Cliamborlain's Eyo nnd but wait until Frank Uofton, of Ciuiin The snow and the bleak winds did and scientific sparring was not a promi claim. Skin Ointment. Many very bad snscs n iti, comes to town, and ho will show not prevent abont 80 invited guests nont featuro. As round followed lonnd Damage Suit Compromised. have been permanently cured toy it. It Will be at from attending the musical by Miss tho battle you shirts that won't tear. into a fast and ltcmng piles anu 13 cnnally The following telegram to the Courier- - a favorite,emcicnc lorfor soro nipples; remedy "White & Gibsou's Fob. 0 and 10th. Mary Pattie's Class on Monday evening fm o is slugging; match. In the fifth way chapped hands, chilblains, frost bitcfi Journal of Jim. 20. sets fourth the What is the most noticeable fca in the higma Iu IiaB. The parents seventh and fourteenth rounds tho tho Frnzee-McCan- n laso was dispose!! and chronic soro oyes. 525 eta. per box. friends of the performers were out fighting was simply 'terrific, knock Cu and tare on the fourth page of of. It may be added with propriety exhibition, and it was well down and lioavy blows that brough Pr. CatH's Condition Powflcrs, aro max? If everybody don't agree ox to enjoy the that friends of all parties aro glad the l when in bad Biggeratah & Oldham will worth their attendance, despite the tho 1. io being numerous. GotI had unfortunate affair, through the inter just whnt a horse needs actly. then U1UUU XUU1U, UliU CUUU1UUI1. inclement weather. The program was the better of the contest all tho way Thoy are not food but bo greatly mistaken in their F fusion. of mutual friends, ended with' vermifuge. executed with credit alike to teacher through. and when in the fourtccnt! vention medicine ana the oest in tise to pne a John Cabell, little sou of Judge J. and pupil. The kindly manner, the round, with both men covered will out going to trial : Trico 25 horse- - in primo condition. ' Thednmagesuitof Dr. and Mis. J-C. Chenault, got a grain of pop c rn in modesty and worth of tho talented blood and Golf choking and Watta will ;ents per package 15. 12. Mct'ann foe his ear and Dr. Frazett was called in teacher lends a peculiar charm to her his arm around his neck, the police iu Krazee against Mrs. for trial in the The force of waves breaking1 on tho, and after a short time withdrew the entertainments, apart from the merit of terfeiod and stopped tho light, pande-- f $2.,CO0, which was set baa bees: shore x'i equal to seventeen toil8it:.the Circuit Court here grain. Herealter John pabell in tut put the !iirfrmances. She is an lnsplra nionium reigned. Both meli were dismissed without prejudice, tho de sqttai o ard. corn in his mouth. tioit to her pupils for hard and con badly punished, Watts, however, lmv fendant through her attorneys filling When Your Throat Clogs;'decidedly the worst of it. Charles Gov. Bob Taylor lectured at AVal-tou'- scienciuus Work, aud their improve intr slamleiotis retraction of or feels raw and rough, uiithiiiji giva Opera House, at; Stanford, last ment attests the fidelity and excellence It. Smith, of Toledo, who was refere3 statements and agreeing to pay ptlectual relief ;w l'r. night. This Is of interest now only as of their instructor. Tho, Sijr liall was quieted tho crowd and .gave Golf the costs. The parties to tho suit were such prompt. ami A wonderful Bell's tho Souths favorite plat- never more beautiful, the decorations decision on points. Billy Mad lcn and among; tho wealthiest and most promt rembd j fur coughg. adds, and Iiroju-lii.i- t showing that r.uhlin, were in Guff's comer, ami wSitta and gold' forming Gus aflectidnx. l'friihant to the form speaker is still aljve, and doing of black, jient people of the county " falling in reMiit. JZs at drug gbartst. Well, aud hopes everybody is doing the pretty combination uudjt tfiejnilllant 'Chappie' Rogers and Oeorge Edmunds Imagination Is tho mightiest dcjpol Take m) nibstituto. 'V It seconded Watta" lights. s.tmo. Figures don't lie, so read tho "Swep Out" pricos quoted by Bice & Aruohl. Best Standard Tomato, !ilb can, S cents each, 85 cents dozen. K. Doather-ag- e -large-hearted, Thero is no other stand that can clothes you as stylishly and as scrviceably as we can and at so little price.. Same old stand, 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 before purchasing. but much larger. Covington Mitche II. The latest things in Wash Goods of all kinds will be shown bj" us in season. You don't have to go the larger cities to bu' what you. want. We will show during the 3rear 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 a prosperous New Year and thanking 3Tou for past patronage, we are veiy respectfull, W. W. OLDHAM COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN 4lm TP I IMH.IT lira it ti m Tar-Hon- cv Courier-Journa- ii 1 r IS STILL GOING ON! . n ii fi Mil Grf y i' n raw: EEi r af. y IT nn b -- '! t- s - ,i i - - al I'll a people are Y taking advantage of the opportunity. The opportunity is to all alike. You can not afford to miss it. Everything in the way of -- WINTER GOODS MUST GO. - mi vy.w C- See our prices: frL V. iHVll o Tv.r A lo,no Ktirvoc Set ilr oil oh' pb J " -3.9o 5.00 Buell Bootees 2.95 " 4.00 A nn TTpjivv Snip. Bl'-ieand Tan. all J J C(.. 3.50 Heavy 'Sole, Black and Tan, all stj-le- s and widths 2.95 j Men's $3.00 Box Calf, Enamel, Vici, nil styles . . $2.65 1.95 2.50 Shoes, all styles 1.G5 2.00 Shoes, all styles v u 1.20 1.50 Shoes, all styles . . . . The prices of Ladies', Misses', Boy's and Children's Shoes are cut in the same proportion as Men's "3 ff P tf HATS 1H ALL STYLES AMD AT YOUR OWN PRICE! -- m We want you to calL and examine these goods and be convinced that these are prices never before known in llichmond. - Br Paul Perry, of Columbus, Ga., snf-fur- ed RICE & ARNOLD,.: VuU, Burns, HnsiiTs.I'lica- - t-- Salt-Rheu- m agony for thiity years, and then cured his I'iits by "using D Witt's matism and torcs. Price, 25 cents. Witch Hazel Salve. It heals injuries Sold by Pcrrr & Thomas, rocccssors to W. and skin diseases like magic. Doug- O. White. las & ftUoS O CUBAN CI L cures to-da- L - fi v The births in Bullalo lust year num 0,140 in river bottoms in bered 7,bS5, as compared, wiih the Tho peoplo 1807. and 8,414 inlSlXJ Western Kentccky are finding: no To iusuro a hannv new year, keep trouble iu ueltiacj all tho rabblslhoy the liver clear and the body vigorous want to eat. by using De Witt's Little Early Risers !ilie iluitetn Way the famous little pills lor cniiMmattoii The hub mill, grain elevator and ti r troubles. Doulas : Wells. bacco factory at llawesvillo pay out Commonds'itsoH to thn noil informed, and effectually what to do pleneantly and The January trrmoftbe liell county I $C0 per day in wages. was formerly d'ono iu the crudest manas well.- - Ti Circuit Court U in tcssiou at Pinevillo. TEA curea Dyspcp ner nnd diart-eab!and break up colds, cleanse the system end IndiRELIEF circs PfMAMUBIAN hear.Hebpp. ottp. ? niirMie h unit Toothache fevers without uu- and ?u5"Sv?Tft eliectH, me the delightful a vJi)Hto inian. SunrStnmoch gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. plearant af er Gold by liquid Irtxaiive remedy. Svriii of Fig. ami Eunncr Guiplaluu. I'rt.-c- 25 tfeuts. G. While. Perry & Thomas, successors to W, SoJd by Barry STUpmas Successors to W. O. Made by California Fiji Syrup Co. , Charley ISIoodworth was drowned in White. . . Wood fl w tbroufjlVthe bonea of talk ef erecting a tele- - the Cumberland liver at Rockcastle, in There is every oui children almpt ai freely phone linn between, Owittgsville and j Trim; county as through t'io veins. Sharf-sbu- : . 1 a (irippe is again epidemic, livery A told in (he Hesd nru danj:er.us limes for the itrccautioii hliouiu e taken to avoid it Tlieso cure is One .Minu'n Couuh lu mm ill ili iiuwh dtklrpcviri" and dig. hea'ili. Cniull. cob's and throat trou-hlp- rt A Cure. A. J.Shopcrd, publislKi' Airri lead iiinluivto f,,ritt i f llliilndif!. ltr.'liMi-- lots offlffp. Lf r.cniectitt. it terminates lwtlle of One Slinutti Cough Cure hw!'I etiltutral Jounial and Ailrertwlf.EIdeu, l.iif J5...,:tys: J0 mio I!I u (tisipoint' t tl-- rigliwriinp. will in tliin- ino-- t ii!iinsiinnti an lipases Minute, CrmnUiCnre tot eiitfe uniin;nt-- f i;ii'H".v. - ? Hr hpiiltli aivl ir- illront. ciMrrti if KiO In tak;eV qukk. I'.hJIV piiirt 'l'iir KKV ciirj it in Pleasntit n lae; cliiidom KkeiC'il iij 1,h, np c- r :'f Km;! (.,& Wtlle.' Well. t.lm iiiht. Ail drngsuitH,. lx Wells. well-ixfiiriiu- in" In ilhlrii TiaifS People overlooked tho importance ui permanently hem fil ial effects and we'ro natlfcfied with liansient actions; but now that it. is generally known that Syrup id Figs will permanently overcome habitual couMipatiou, people will not buy other lrtxitivtp, which act for a time, but Buv the geninjure the syxtt-m- . uine, made by the California F!g Syrup Co. O.vonton is to have a new cim f ry. Tho nropr'e ort are Samtif-- i f. Howieh and Wm. Winners, bjth if Willi unstowti. Ii-e- y CiUMA.?uc,in , . Itst-neciti- s .' - llt-il- 'I - .IF' r... i'l'-HSa- It.uv It hns been held that cotiMimntiun n hereditary, and the fact thatourpers m of a f iinily had died with cousuuiptio i was cuisideretl a sure sign that otlmis of that family could not ii. 'I his i partly true and partly untrue. A man wltli wcaK lungs Is likely to transmit that weakness to his ehiU'nm. ISut there is no icnson in the world w ! v tho wt'n'.iifss should bo allow. il t i develop the lungs full of ririi, red. wholesome hlcod, and the will l;KiiiH.-ir- . liwies will he thrown ntf. and new iiiHttrhtl ll wi'l l e add'-- ntril the lungs aro and perfectly smrmt nrnm. Tms w the thine that Dr. PiercoVUold n M Discovery does-- This is what niki k It cure OS per cent, of all cai-eol w'leio it is taken n.rnni ii to direclious It searches out dii-Kcritis wherever tltey inay be in this thCin out of IhesyKleili. body lilld If Riipplieslhe blood with ti h, iff. -i:lviiip.orperiiei. It makes tl e ani tllgettion perfect Seid ;7l tj'apwd, one-ren- t, stamps to Worb- h cmitK.'i UisiieiSiry Vedical Association. HHtr-lo- . N, Y . anil Pierre' HfS Medicn Adi p:ig "t'tmjnioiii-Sei.t- e r." profily IOimii tfd. K-oIei-aiiidi-c- al un e fur-ces - T HON. G. T. CALDWELL, Here's Yoar Chaice. Some Extraordinary Offers Tiy of Parkersburg, V. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. PARKEKSDOKa, W. The Climax. Advice to Ya., , January 20t1995. ; Tun Wuiairr Me. Co., : Goluinbus, Ohio. t Gentlemen: I liavo been usinR Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1S94, ami lind them to be as I first besan taking them while at Hot Springs. Aik , under treatment for Sciatic Rhetunatum, Liver ami Stomach trouble. Constipation which I Jiadbecna long sufferer. I fouud the Celery Ctipsules gave me great relief roin the bceinnintr and have used them evor since. With pleasure, and unso licited, I recommend them to any ami all pufferiug with like afllictious or either of them. Very truly yours, recom-monded. M TATcn LV The Climax and The Week f ly Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. The Climax and the Home t stages ; and many of those The Climax wants five lmnretl new subscribers by tho first of thenow year. In order to reach this ond, souio inducements will be made. Until further jiotice the following will bo oilered to subscribers- - iConsumptives) I dies that every person with wcalclungs.orwith consump- tion itself, should understand. These remedies will cure about every case in its first the notable ovents, from first to last, with the promptness of a daily. The victory of Dewoy at Manila, tho death of Ensign Bagley, the movements of troops and fleets, tiro destruction of Cervera's fleet, tho operations in Porto Rico, the treaty and the unfurling of the stars and stripes over Morro Castle, Havana, wore all given in tho Weekly on Monday, on the very day the news first appeared in the daily. Tho Weekly Constitution make's a special feature of its agricultural page, which is presided over by Colonel R. J. Bedding, director of tho Georcia experiment farm, and a man who is as an expert on all agricultural topics. He gives a full page every week on agricultural matters. A page is devoted to tho women and a page to g the children, thso two departments presided over by Mrs. William be-in- ALL WOMEN Should know that the "Old Time" Uemedy, There are three great reme- - i t THE EXCELENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS is due not only to the originality and simplicity of tho combination, but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fio Svnur Co. only, and we wish to impress upon' all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the T. Caldwell. Charles genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured Sold by T. S Uagan, Druggist. Trice by the California. Fia Syrup Co. dccnts-andSl.Operbox. Callatdrug-Bior- e only, a knowledge of that fact will 6- and get frpe samole. assist one in avoiding the worMilcss imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the .California Fio Sritur Co. with the medical profession, and tho satisfaction which the genuine Syrop of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is Commission far in advance of all other laxatives, Merchants.. as it acts on tho kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it docs not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial Hop and effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Uniox Stock Yauds, 1 more advanced. It is only and Farm, $1.30 the most advanced that are The Climax and either t hopeless. Even these are the Cosmopolitan, Munsey's wonderfully relieved and life prolonged. or McClure's Magazine, $2.00. itself greatlythese remedies ? What are The Climax and the Louis- 2 Fresh air, proper food and ville daily evening post, $3. The Richmond Climax and i t of " Oil aith Be afraid of both for one year $1.C0 draughts but not of fresh air. The" Climax and Weekly Eat nutritious food and drink (Sinciniiati Enquirer, $1.50. plenty of milk. Do not forget that Scott's Emulsion is the The Climax and Ohio Farm, seers tmmim Cod-Liver Hypo-phosphite- Is tho best for Female Troubles. Corrects all Irregularities In Femalo Organs. Should bo taken fo 'Ctaoie of Life nnd before Planters "Old Time" Renisdles havo stood the test for twenty years. Made cnlj by New Spencer Medicine Co., ChatChild-Blrt- tanooga, Tennessee. Twice-a-wee- k Courier-Journal,- King. s. 1.90. h The Climax can also an paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates. fur-aiLs- t " oldest, the most thoroughly tested and the highest en- dorsed of all remedies for weak throats, weak lungs and consumption in all its stages. 50c. aid Si 03; all druggist. SCOTT tt DOWNE, Chemists, New York. ill!;, FACTS, FALSEHOODS AND FABLES. IBY "OBUDEBSEB."! Because she speaks when spoken to; a good wife is not like an echo. Why? 94t BAN ntANCISCO, CoL OlNCINjSvWFfy O. Louisville. Kt. Jan5-l- y new voitu. n.t. Telephone 7346. CS5TAU information regarding live Consign slock' cheerfully furnished. sept7-l- y your slock direct to us. i -- I35ECONOMIST RANGES The roan who's always wishing That this or that might be, But never tries his mettle, Is the man that's bound to see. Ills plans all come to failure, Ills hopes end in dcleat. For that's what comes when wishing And working fail to meet. "Why is a human mind like a garden? because you can sou- - what seeds yon please in ic Because she does not tell all she hears. Ex. !YRUPINDIGESTION. PEPSI I CURES Wfieelef & Wilson Sewing Machine. DR. CALDWELL'S H Wedded lifo says a happy husband is ti perpetual fountain of domestic sweets- - . Drinking water neither makes a man sick, nor runs him' in debt, nor makes his wife a widow; can as much be said of ardent spirits? Rotary Motion and Ball Bearings For sale by Dewey Music Co., JUch lnontl, Ky. ABE YOU A DEMOCRAT? An old adage reads: "There is a place for everything," and for everything to be In Its place, the LOUISVILLE DISPATCH sLould find a place in the home of every . DEMOCRAT In the SUNNY SOUTH. The Dispatch Is the people's paper, owned by . the people, and Is always ready to light for the cause of ths people. IT STANDS SQUARELY ON THE CHICAGO 'PLATFORM, without the aid or consent of the Cold Dug Monopolies, and a fair comparison of its news service (now being furnished over leased wires by the New York aim. me unicago inter ocean and the Northern Press Association) with that of any other paper, will fully verify its Mouo. "If you see It in the Dispatch It's to, and if it's so it is always ia the DIs-ratc- The Dispatch also has a staff of over 300 active correspondents in the South, and will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS of any other Louisville paper. Get the Dispatch; it gives the news and tells the truth about It. Dally, 8 pages; Sunday, 24 pages; Weekly. S pages. We club with the "Weekly Dispatch at the remarkably low price of $1.25 A YEAR4 Mill SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. CALL AT When a girl likes a man she amuses herself by wondering how lie would Horrible agony is caused by Piles. look if she should suddenly put her hands on his shoulders and say Burns and Skin Diseases. These aro "Now I am going to kiss you," in a immediately relieved and quickly cured by De W:tt's Witch Hazel Salve. Becool, authoritative tone. ware of worthless imitations. DougThere aro a creat many fools in the las & Wells. world; lie who would avoid seeing Tiieue Is no occasion for Democrats one, must lock himself up alone, and to get unduly Roofing1, Guttering excited over the race for break his looking glass. Lincoln. the nomination for Govenor between and General General Hardin and Senator Goebol. earth Job Work." Truthiscrushed totold; willrise once more, They are both good Democrats; loyal to So the story But lies when crushed get up and Boar their party; honest and capable, and A hundred thousand fold. either would make an admirablo Govenor, but thoy are only two cf manv JJyran says, of Jack IJunting. "He good Democrats who would make good knew not what to do, and so he swore:" ruiere; and they should be so regarded. So we may say of many a onee's preThere is no necessity for the fnonds of posterous use of books He knew not . DR. CALDWELL'S either gentleman to decry the merits what to do, and so ho read. of the man they aro not for. It will 'CURES CONSTIPATION. take a united party to elect either, and The rolling planets, and the glorious there is no opportunity offered for any sun, still keep that order, which they foolishness in Democratic ranks. The If first beeun; but wretched man, alone, largest number of Democrats should H has gone astray, swerved from his God, oxprcss their preference and that and walks another way. should be the end, but it will not if heated 4 A jury which was directed by the sion andpassions should inject dissen4. bitterness in the contest for tiie judge, says an exchange, to bring in a FORI nomination. There are Democrats the certain prisoner guilty, on his confes- Courier would prefer above other Dem sion ;and plea, returned a verdict of au&. 3.ccAct. Sus.. X "not guilty," and offered, as a reason ocrats, but it will be its pleasure to heartily support any Democrat nomi that they know the fellow to be so great nated by his party whose platform he a liar, they did not believe him. fc Sis of the best Fire Insurance Com- candidly indorses, whether that '1iomi- 4- - panics in the United States. Losses paid nee bo its first or last choice. lisnouso promptly. lie who knowingly defends the your favorite's cause with warmth, but X X wrong side of a question, pays very a y In the Prndental, you are offered the don't let your zeal run away with your best Life Insurance attainable, and on bad compliment to his hearers: As common sense, and put you in the the most approved plans. In Accident f much as to say; falsehood, supported Insurance we again give the best, We ridiculous attitude of contemptuous dis will not transact business with irrespon- by my talent, is stranger thau truth, sible companies. regard of tho opinions of others whose 4. supported by yarns. Lut has any one Second Street, 26J UpStalrs. actually sinned, till lie violates the opinions rank as hixh in the world as yours. Kentucky Democrals have the y Je2-lknown will of God, and wilfully sins opportunity to carry the State by its against his own conscience? Lincoln. legitimate majority, and nothinc but a Socrates of old was one day seen by spirit of dogged determination to offena friend on the Street with a burning sively rule or ruin with the friends of lantern who asked him his reason for opposing candidates can prevent a COMPETE carrying the light around in the day splendid victory, let tile nominee be time. "Why," replyed Socrates, "I whom ho may. Warren County Cou BLISS ' rier. am hunting for an honest man." An honest man is still an unmoved rock; Coughing injures and iullitmes sore Washed whiter, but not shaken with the shock; lungs One Minute Cough Curo Whose heart conceives ro sincstcr device; Fearless be lays with flames, and treads on ice, loosens the cold, allays coughing and 7fcc Creat The best- curo for Always form your own opinion of a heals quickly. person, and never allow another, even children. Douglas & Wells. 1 now ul:h!n cnay rrnr'i of ppry Amrrlr.in iUih tru.!ni-i:- t U isl:n. V: KturuiiUxd to cure your most intimate friend, to judge for !tn imp "iiijllcotcil c:iso t.f .Vrvous lVWlltr. or you; as ho may not have half the power Ta-ill.wvc. it ,,rt and iulctj-- . I NVw Man. IVrfprt. U Hip rrmilt of discriminating character, that you fill- - ::v at ""iiSV"!'). Vram; men will possess. Is ever allow your ln aril Old Ilea lll recover yourself you!' ifnl ljor. IUnvi;onilCi awl restores to self to be talked out of anything against Something About The Greatest ..11 me .1:1.1 sunvrvn rro.n Seminal Weak. v?r, iecs. IropotK-y- , Varcorplp, Rierniaitorlieat your better judgment; nor talked Pnirp Weekly Newspaper in The into anything; unless you see clearly, , Wl l.l.i;iH4MICP, CTltl IUI CIIOCU Ol bt'lT. that the reasons advanced are more State. l::dUTPtlo3. which nnllu i"r iniMDPm. situiy or rir.rrl.nr". ILK(; li UltO powerful thnn your own. Darwin. pf f:; i.iva.so tluit Is why !wssato.Kf i.ji'i t By thino own soul's law, learn to live; 1 urc. 1 It It I'm prt- - Tcnlr In the world REDUCED If the "wisdom of our ancestors" had not taught them to recognize new ly discowcrcd truths, and- - to discard those errors, to which ignorance had given birth, we should not have been indebted to them for the improve ments, which, however well they may have served their purpose for a time, are destined to be superseded by still- more important discoveries. In the year JC15 Gallileo had tho presumption and audacity to assert contrary to the prevailing opinions of the learned, "the great, the good, and tho wise among men," and contrary to tho conclusious of all preceding ages, "that the earth revolved around the sun," and although he was threatened with death for his heresy, Gallileo was right CLK8IIIHII! kYRUP dec8-ly- r Among the regular staff members of Q. White. If.-..r- .. -the Constitution are Joel Chandler All druggists soil Dr. Miles' Kervo Plasters. rTll,TTt,Iri..r-,1- , Harris, Frank L. Stanton and others well known throughout the country; while among ils special contributors are such men as Wallace P. Iteed, Bill Arp, Sarge. I'lunkett, JJotsy Hamilton, Dr. Talmao ami others of national reputation. Tho Constitution has Just completed the thirtieth year of its existence, Clark Howell being the editor and Colonel W. A. Hemphill its business manager. Its n;i mo is a household word in everj southern State, from Virginia to Texas. It has always been in especially close touch with the agricultural masses of the South, and in having reached a sirculatioiiwhich carries it into 150,000 homes it has won a unique distinction which ranks it among the greatest ol American weekly newspapers. Tho Constitution will send a sample Pine-Tar-Hon- ey copy of its greatly Weekly free to any one sending his own name and the names of six neighbors, on a postal Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by card. science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Every man should take his county Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. newspaper before anything elso, and The sore, weary cough-woLungs are exhilanext to this ho should take a good genrated ; the microbe-bearin- g mucus is cut out ; the eral newspaper, such as the Constitucause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed tion. His county paper gives him the membranes arc healed and soothed so that there local home news, which is not supplied is no inclination to cough. by a newspaper furnishing the general SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS parts of the country and news from all Bottles Only. 25c, SOc. and $1.00 Sizes from all over the world. Before a man BE SURE YOU GET I AM seeks information from outside, he any 8S YEARS OLD. and nevernaed renieilj equal to Ur. Ben's should first feel sure that he is being Itrfveaqairtcandpenaanentrvllef Of. Bill's Pini-Tar-KoItnu&ra kept posted on what is going on at Ingripaaireilasconghsacdcolda. A. iietome, mnr Bcrong. iira. ii. mt home. That is why lift should take Pedacah. Ky. For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W Q. White. his county paper first. When, how ever, the opportunity is offered to get the best weekly newspaper in this country with vour home paper, the inducement is such as to elicit prompt re sponse from our readers. We will be glad to receive clubbing ESTABLISHED subscriptions with this paper and the Constitution, and if thero are any who aro now subscribers to this paper, who wish to take the Constitution also, we. will bo glad to receive subscriptions to the latter and forward them, having au Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and thority from that paper to do so. American Marble and Granite. Tho Constitution should be in every southern home! Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. o imonrom nn mrnn vjs nit DR. BELL'S OURTEEN TO IFTY-FIV- E OR , $90 PER SET. jg? 9- - Mad ison Monumental Works 1863. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Pbopbietoe. Rockers, Oh Iff omens Umbrella 5 !La.mp PEPS! . County Court Days. I f P fh .................. Paris, IJourbon.county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Mon day. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon day. ; Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon day. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday, Kicholasville, Jessamine ennnty, third Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. -- Stands, Those who are contemplating buying Marble, Granite, or any kind of Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call nt tho old stand in the reai of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand a large stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all classes of buyers. ,&ET Mr. W. G. GOUCHER, one; of the best workmen in Central Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work in every phuse. Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs, which will be furnished on application. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. JKMES Of D. HK7VniTN, Investment Proprietor. NEW outhem Mutual Company Sntvr, WE ARE fllE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRAl, Kentucky. REGENERO -,- 6 dSP and wife should know about the preparation" that for half a century has t been mothers bring little ones into the world without danger and the hundred and one GftfSi discomforts and distractions 11 luumcui 10 cniiu-oinis applied externally, which is the only way to get relief. Medicines taken internallv will not help and "may result in harm. helping-expectann. Plan, Lite Insurance Reversed. We Pay While You Live, They Pay WhenYon Die. OVER kap, Attractive. aERSTAFF OL NIQIIT TELEPHONE 67. 8133,000.00 PAID IN MATURITIES. OVER 550,000.00 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. STATEMENT Numeral Coupon Eund: Balance from Noveraborj. Fines and Trausfors DECEMBER, 1898. : ! " M S : 40 DAY TELEPHONE 76. - 'S iu I'liv-lrnl- ly Total Coupon Fund fits and prepares every Coupons Itedoemqd .Friend child-birth Installments. 88 40 30 30 5,010 CO 5,174-3- $5,0S0 05 $fM 31 mm 1111 organ, muscle and pait of the body foi the critical hour. It robs of its tortures and pains. Baby's coming is made quick and easy. Its action is doubly bene- Vficial if used during the whole period of pregnancy. SI per bottle at all drug stores, 01 sent by mail on receipt of price. BOOKS Bnlanco seeeseecsseaii8)C9aeaeaasaa8ac :r:::r:s::::::rij:sir"i;;!rf?!!?!?!i ....;;" CASH-STOBEil : Reserve Fund Installments : . $1 090 00 Interest Total Reserve Fund lor December Total Paid Qertificate-Holder- s Total Passed to Reserve Fund . . , 301 45 $2,054 45 . $133,244 55 . 49,200 75 S9M .. e. . 1 -- 1 .mil Anion ami restores it is a mirvelous Illooii Purl- 1'iatliMlijr I'-- i'l-- 'i liw hark to - ilpplipplin. fcjivlmr lICCKNKItd !rrte.l m vpm, inxket. l!y mall SI. OH per ui nt i hi v . ircoi loan, -- it ;li c i .r ec... Coo.. i'c-- nnn ., . k Coolest and most refreshing of, drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by and accommodating clerks. up-to-da- te ircu lira irre. An c.,..y. i.c niprriiiuy rriiina icre It Inxrs do not cdect a cure. pse me American OIBce of And it men hate thee, take no heed; And If men shun thee, have no care. Live thine own life, and do thy deed; Hope thine own hope, and pray thy prayer; And ask no crown they will not give. RATE FOR TWO PAPERS. ea. tlllu a 1899, Take Your Home Paper And The Conslitu- - Oil and after January 1st, terms will be our e a as a a a a a a a Hon And be Happy. For sale in Richmond by Terry & Druggists. sept21-l- Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. The World t2S2SiWSfSSSSSS55SSSSS Phone 3. Second St. .BICiniOND, KY. -- GRAND FIRM- - Almanac and Encyclopedia for 1899 ANB A good wife is like a snail. "Why? Because she keep in her own house; a Thomas, good wife is not like a snail. Why? Because she does not carry her all on her back; a good wife is like a town clock. Vhy? Because she keops good time; a good wife is not like a town clock. Why? Because she does not speak so loud, that the town can hear her, a good wife is like an echo. Why? OF 160 ACRES, three-quarter- s Within of a mile of Owensboro, Ky. War Every inch of it is as rich as cream. It lies on the best & jt j. jijtjtjidt pike in the county: the land J READY FOR SALE is rolling to level; 90 acres EVERYWHERE are i:r grass; excellent water 5 JANUARY Jsl Avell, cistern and spring. jt & J J J J j6 jt Buildings: An elegant two and a half story new brick of Together with 10 rooms, the finest farm residence in the county; immense The Battle Calendar barns; 3 tenement houses, one of which is a good frame of the Republic of 5 rooms and complete set Compiled by of buildings which really makes it a separate farm. We EDGAR STANTON MACLAY will sell this place at an unHutorha of the U. S. Navy. usually low figure $14,000. Terras, one-hacash, balance in one, two. three, four and THE STANDARD ilve years. Send for our list AMERICAN ANNUAL.' of farm for sale. Illustrated Histoiy of the Spanish-American jjt lf WILLIAMS & LITTLE, angtl-Gt- n ill!,' ad St., Owensboro, Ky. PRICE 25 CENTS. Postf y to any tdijm. . Ha: WORLD, PaliUef tiMMm ' NEW YOWC W.r ran f I r V Wanfed-- Jn cf some simple to ey may trim: vou vnlih. "r.Vi &?P:KX'T WKII EkHITDU IVI taioe. .intentr l" 411 LA Idea V. T KiAUtlot two taadrsd loTMttoaa waa&J r We call special attention to our club bing arrangements with the AVcekly Constitution, pubhsned at Atlanta. Ga. The clubbing price of tho two naiiers being only $L75 per year, subscriptions to De sont through this office nnd tho tnrms to bo cash. It is a fact perhaps not irenerallv known that the Weekly Constitution has the largest circulation of anv news Every woman should know paper on tho western hemisphere. mat there is a great home medical book that tells Only a few months ago a largo newsall about the repropaper directory questioned the circula ductive physiology of women, and al! tion mnde by the Constitution and put about the home- - up a forfeit of S100 that it could be dis treatment of proved that it had uioro ,thnn 100,000. diseases pecu- l liar to the ser. Tho Constitution promptly accepted iThis book cou-- I the oner and submitted its books to tains looS pages and over 700 il tho representative of tho firm. Mr. -lustrations, it George P. Rowoll, publisher of tho is called Dr. Pierce's Com. newspaper directory, acknowledged his mon Sense error publicly and paid tho forfeit. Medical Tiie Constitution, while boinir a It nsfrt to cost $1.50. Over seven hundred thouDemocratic newspaper, is first and sand people purchased it at that price and over 1,200,000 people now own copies of it. above all things a newspaper. It is a For a limited time copies will be given twelve-pac- e seven-colum- n week! v. mak away; free. columns each week Iks This great book contains the names, ad- ing eighty-fou- r dresses, photographs and experiences of subscription. price is $1 a year, but if hundreds of women who were once hopeless invalids, but who have been restored taken under the arranRemont with this to robust womanly health by the use of Dr. paper we can give them both at the Pierce's Favorite Prescription. This mar- price above named velous medicine acts directly on the deliThe Constitution has a special corre cate organs distinctly feminine. It makes them strong, healthy, vigorous, virile and spondent in every important city in the elastic It 6ts for wifehood and motherhood. It banishes the usual suflerinjr of United btaie3 and a representative in the expectant months, and makes baby's all of tho leading centers of tho world. advent easy and almost painless. It robs During the war with Snain. whifi motherhood of its perils. It insures the robust health of the little and a has just bpn brought to a close, tho bountiful supply of nature's nourishment reports of no newspaper in the South Jt transforms weak, sickly, nervous invalids into healthy, happy wives and mothers. could compare with its news nresenfn. For a copy of Dr, Pierce's tion from Its special staff Common Sense Medical Adviser, send i one-cestamps, to cover cost pf mailing representative sailed with the army only, to World's Dispensary Medical Asso- when it first embarked from Tamna. ciation, lluffalo, N. Y. For elegantFrench and of the 120 correspondents who went cloth binding, 31 stamps. Miss dltb Cain, or Clinton. Allegheny Co" to uiba, he was one ol only seven who Fn., writes; "Aller two yeirs of I remained to sco began taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription tho line hoisted over and am nowentlrely cured I had been troubled with female weakness for some time and also the public buildings in Santiago. Its with a troublesome drain on the system, but special representative also accompanow I am happy and well." In cases of constipation and torpid liver, nied the fleet in the Caribbean sea, and no remedy is equal to Dr. Pierce's Pleasant its Washington special service covered Pellets. They regulate and invigorate the stomach, liver and bowels. They never fail. every detail of the Ilnporfant war re-- ; One little " Pellet." i4 a frentle laxative aad ports originating at the Capitol. , two a Hiua cathartic. They never gripe, The Weekly Constitution diirinc th mm mm neater ww ft urge a I "Spanish war jwrved the news of all pottyoet. f mm WW Wright's Celerv Capsules. Shelbyville, Ky., May 20, '1)0. To Wright Medical Co., CoI.,-0.- : Gents I have purchased a box of Wrieht's Celerv (;.msn!p (mm f! LAM Grief. . . . MiddeltO" druggist, and used them fdr Dr S II Stevonlon . Sour Stpiuach, Torpid Liver and Consti . pation ami iounu mat tliey cavo me im- GECJark. . 1 mediate relief evervlimo Hnntit nn AV F White Estate excelled, remedy. R A Gnod Yours very truly, 9- containing valuable information to all women, will be sent to an; Name. D IJ Good Estate . address upon application by I. it ii C F Johnson & Co . The Bradfield Regulator Co. , OR Marshall. . . Atlanta, Ga. D H Jones . . . . . It F Johnson & Co UK0. W. RILEY R F Johnson & Co It F Johnson & Co . Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends V F Whito Estate . Free, LIVING BENEFITS iAID DECEMBER, SPECIAL REDEMPTION. Address. ... 1398 Cost. .Lexington, Baltimore, Lexington, Ky... Md ... Ky Baltimore, Md .. '. . S 54 54 . 51 . 47 . 47 . 54 . 54 . 54 . 54 50 . 50--. 50 50 50. 50. .. .. Lexington, Ky i tl . " " u " v f . . . . .. 50. 51 50 .. .. 50 . 50 54 50 . . . Louisville, . . .Chicago, .. III . i . . . r. - Geo. W.Jtilcv. It F Johnson .... fc Lexington, Ky - Md . . Co . . . . -- it ti i . .i -- " .'JJ.vVir....- . . . - 54 50 . 53 50 . 51 50 25 75 . 54-- 50 . 51 50 . 53 50 . 54 50 . 54 50 . 54 50. 54,50 . .i Dl$ Jones . . R F Johnson Vfe.Cdv. it , , Lexington, Ky . . . Daltinioro? "MdT. 'i 1 it-- . . ... 54 50 54 50 . 54 '50 . 54 50 53 50 . 45,50 . 51 .. .. ii ii i' '50. '' - . '40 50 . ." 50 . -- a BEGTJLAR REDJEMPTIONV Address. . Owonsboro, . . 0 V 44 42 43 42 Paid. . S15G 00 . 150 00 150 00 135 00 . 135 00 . 150 00 . 150 00 150 00 ..150 00 150 00 . 150 00 . 150 00 . 153 00 147 00 . 73 50 . 150 00 . 150 00 . 163 00 . 150 00 . 15G 00 . 15G 00 . 150 00 150 00 . 150 00 . 150 00 356 00 . 153 00 . v120 00 . 1 00 . 132 00 . S&3 00 $ , o. ec. teim 9'- SPOT-CASH- !" have attempted to run our business by our accounts the first of each mouth, but have been unablo to collect them all We 00. . a... a... . o... 4DOO... promptly. Wo aro thcreforo compelled to sell for CASH that we may pay cash foroiirgoods, and will endeavor to mako it to the interctt of the trade to do business with us. We havo a nice line of Staplo and Fancy Groceries, Qaecnswaro anl Glassware, See. Give us a call, examine our stock and get prices. F"Goods exchanged for country produce . ..oa 08 oo mi a a a OB a a a a "CO 9 s ..as ..oo ... e D ..oa o OS o ... . BIGGINS .. .11 e-- ELLIS, KY. 11 I::::::::::::::::::;::;;;::;..........a .. a. ..a. .a. aaaaaeasaaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaasaSlaaaaaaa -- "" ill. WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, to m w .1111. I in, 111 III III! ! Why Suffer Agony ? men DON'S COMPLETE tocurcjo". I b is Ho Knifo new-com- DRYING S S0TH PJLE CURE is guaranteed the diocovcf y of an eminent physician;,, I Na .abruption ef Business ! Name. HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, paper-covere- d the-fron- Jt and 3rou can also say extremely comfortable, when you are driving in one of our easv and handsome Eug'gies and Phaitons. Our stock of fine carriages is unsurpassed for beaut', style, durability and general sueriority, and we are seLjmg them at prices that will surprise you, quallty'con sidered. Joanr Donelsok-. G S Haydon Dr A PiTaylor. . . . John L Fischer . . . . LAM Grief .. ' Cost. Ky , Lexington, Louisville) ' , " . . . Pild. . . . . Total.,..' ;. . ProlitO yen Cost 1, '.it .j . 50 50 50 60 . 120 00 . 120 00. 12 Tlio first LcaCmetit lirings immediato roligf. It !ias oured fhoyanda, and Vill curo yon; Mil. T. o. WJJ.OOX, prominent rnorchan.iJoJitician-anchitt' tt' tho Chattanooga Tiro Department, says: Y of Eufferin, DO.N'S PILTJ T v. ajicucu oi one oos cuerlu.ua permanent car i.i i i iiw.jit'j jj noptnir it av 11 l!c I itKsirs otbrii3sngyouroailcf'j. remedy the sttini ol oiHers $Ut- ', , icnn3,Wi;ii pi cs.'. -rui-TOiu . .' 100"43 "' ' 50S0.05 " fr.r years j i .SI, 702.75 .$$,287.30 lj . . :"-3'e--. Pr:co $1.00, Prepaid to any Addrssd. CHATTANOOGrV, i jh uuXjU- - liNt'OKMXlON ADDRESS DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, TENN. A. SMITO BOWMAN,, Rftjamnui, Ky. 11. Secretary. u& A. f. mihuos, ical Agent, ImkLLWnmWmmWmWNmmmLWLWnknmmtm H ir Ml J III Mf II Tl Til '"''"f Hsrsj sMtM