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RICHMOND, MADISbN COUNTY, Ta&accs KENTUCKY, la His Ro-li- l5 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAllY 8, 1899. nnuiu L5M- - NUMBER 36. ,,v THE ViTAL 1SSUE. HKMManMiiHMaHHSHBmn(nHMaMHMaMwHiiMai GRIGSBY & MUNCEY, General Agents, And Cigars Sacrifice!! ILouisvillc Dispatch, Jan. 31.1 Eastern Kentucky. iQuitable Life NEW YORK. m unoccupied OFFICE-Mai- n Agents wanted in Street, territory,. Richmond, Ky. WANTED EVERY ACTIVE SOLICITORS for "The Story or the Philippine" commissioned by the Govby Marat Halstead, ernment as Official Historian to the War Department. The booV was" written in array camps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with General Merritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, in Hons Kong, tn the American trenches at Manila, in the insurgent cam. is with on the deck ol the Olympia with Dewey, and in the roar ot battle at the fall ol Manila. Ilonanza for agents. Brimful of original pictures taken by govcrment photographers on the spot Large book. Low prices. Bur jr6fits. Freight paid. Credit given. Drop all trashy unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address, F. T Barber, Sec'y , Star Insurance Bldge., oct26-lr- a Chicaga. ArdI-jald- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATroaiT3T3. w. miller: Attorsisy-at-La- IlicimoND, - - KrOTircKT. Ieb3-l- armer's National Bank. Office in the Burnam Building, next door to y KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, Oflit:e over Taylor's Hardware store, opposite Court House, on Main Street. . ATroiiNEY-- A -- Law, II. B. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. RICHMOND, - - KENTUCKY. 31-3- 0 Office No. 13 First Su. up stairs. J. 0. & D. M. CHENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, Office on Second street, over Chen-anlt'- s grocery., PHYSICIANS. DR. II. R7 GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SUROE0N, Kentucky. Richmond. ond Street, over Wnue OlEce in the Joe Colini buildinc, 18 old drugstore. and so Sec37- - CIIAS. HOOKER, VETERINARY SORGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Veterinary Dentistry aucfsterility a Specialty. d up stairs, over store recently by Richmond Harness Co., lia&t illiny St., apr7-lhichmond, Ky. accu-nie- Medicine and Surgery. Ofhce Collins Ruildinc, Main Street. (the Cnrr place) on Telephone at residence Richmond, U. C. JASPER, M. D. - Kentucky. G. W. EVANS,. M D.; PHYSICIAN AND SUKOEON, Richmond, - - - - Kentucky DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, - "'Kentucky Richmond, The editor of a Kansas paper states that he picked up a "Winchester rifle recently and started down tha street to tfrOfflce and residence on Second Street. atnrt deliver the weapon to its owner. The "I looked up at the clock onnhe man delinquent subscribers, however, got it "lie ought to be good at repartee." DENTAL STXEGERY. tel. It marked five minutes after 71 into their heads that he was pn the "What makes you think so?" "Well, he's-aamateur chemists and had beenasleep live minutes and bad warpath, and everyone he met insisted lived five years." ought always be ready with a report." on paying what they owed him. One man wiped out a debt of ten years' " DESTIST, GRIP'S RAVAGES DOOMED. standing. On his return to the office of Louisville, Ky, So much misery and so many deaths he found a load of hay, fifteen bushels next door to Government Building, w w Itlchmsna, my. umce noun have been caused by the Grip, that of corn, ten bushels of potatoes, a load f! novl"-levery one should know what a wonder of wood and a barrel of turnips that ful remedy for this malady Is found in had bten brought in by delinquents. rooms for rent Four nice Dr. Diug's New Discovery. That disThe smallest thing may exort the tressing fctubborn coujih, that inflames Oifice ol Dr. Hob- Call at Dental influence.--DWitt's Little your throat, robs you of sleep, weakens greatest iflarly ltisers are unequalled for over your, system and paves the way for son, nest door to postoffice. Consumption is quickly stopped by this coming constipation aud liver tioubles. matchless euro. If you have chills and Small pill, best pill, safe pill. Doug )R. FRED SMITH. cne Iiun- fever, pain in the back of tho bond, las & Wells. Your heart beats over rlrt(t thousand tinus each dav. soreness in bones and muscles, sore DENTIST. The latest cure for rattlesnake bite is One hundred thousand supplies of throat and that cough that grips yon coal oil. When bitten upon the hand over Collins' Grocery, same office good Or D3Q Dioca VJ your uiaiu. lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Ilurgio. jan!2-lthroat like a vico. you need Dr. King's place it in a vessel titled with oil, and Which is it? New Diicovery to"eure your Grip, and the poison will come out and rise to the impure blood, then your If bad. You ere troubled titcvent Pneumonia or Consumption surface of the liquid. hrtln aches. If. Dr. rs I brain the near future a crisis approaching that unnerves wcand causes 1110 to tremble for tlie safely of my country. As a result of tlio war, corporations have been enthroned, an era of corruption in hhih places will follow, and the money power of .the country will eiidtavor to prolong iis reign by workiiur Upon the predjudices of the people until all wealth Is njigregatcd in a few hands, and the Republic is destroyed. I fenl at titls moment more anxiety for the s:ifcty of the bo tin try than ever Def ore, even in tbo midst of the war. Abraham Lincoln. . Did Henry Watterson, even in lu's most peio rations against the "Money Devil" ever utter words more skittling or njoro impressive? The enslavement of ancient'lJoinc was accomplished through the wttne Money Devil that reduced the currency more than 50 per cent, per capita. And then the Dark Ages set in. It has been soin all countries anil in all the centuries that whenever a handful of selfish, unscrupulous politicians sought to gratify their own ambition anil impoveiish the people in order to enrieli themselves they began to manipulate the money circulation by n "surreptitious" methods. Our civil war from IS01 to 1SG5 resulted in emancipation. This was ono object the original nbo'itionisis had in view -- tho European abolitionists, especially, because, as was said by o:ic of them, "Chattel slavery t arries with it the care fur tiic laborers, while the European plan, led by England, is, for capital to control labor by controlling thy wages. This can be done by controlling the money." Unless the people become soon aiOiibcd to present conditions, their enslavement is only a question offline. Hand in hand with the cucroauhmcnls of the Money Devil goes tho demand for a large standing army to entrench the party in power so firmly that it can not be dispossessed, and to gratify the goldless greed of gain winch controls its leaders. An object lesson was, a few days ago, discloscjl to a Louisville biuietalllst by a gold bug friend. 1 he latter while discussing ids pe'rsonal s-forgetting, for the moment, all about the vital issue of finance which wrecks or enriches a whole people, unwittingly remarked: "I bought this property on a credit in 1892, and exe cuted my notes for it in amounts aggre gating $30,000 twice as much as it would bring now, and 1 shall have a ery hard time getting that even, if I ever do. If I had only waited till after tho extra session of Congress met and repealed the Sherman purchasingclause in 1893, That is," interposed his friend, "you basis of bought on a double-standar- d valuation and art now obliged to pay on a single gold standard basis a grievous misfortune, which has wrecked thousands of others, and may wreck you. The money question is thegreatqnes- tion tho vital issue, the potent factor, which enlightens, elevates or dishonors aud degrades nations Which has civil-- . iz-- d or enslaved. Rut the Dispatch, gloomy as the out- oak may sometimes seem, has hopes of )iir country. It may take a long time for tho resurrection, but truth, crushed to earth, will tise again. The issue involved in the Chicago platform must prevail, fof hereby has no immortality. High teen years after his burial the ashes of Wickliffe were exhumed by tho frauds who denounced everybody that protested against the desecration, as a demagogue. WiVkliffe's ashes were cast inlo tho Avon; the Avon bore then to the Severn and the Severn to the sea, where the winds and the waves bore them to the four quarters of the globe, but the spirit of Wickliffe lives and bieathcs wherever the law of love and life prevail.". What is best for all the people alike, not for tho money-changealone? Such will be the paramount question in 1900. It is and will be the vital issue. , dark-lanterfortune- Baking Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROVl BAKIXa POWDER CMvicttons. CO.. HEW YORK. A STORY OF DREAMS. Kerf York San.J GEORCCV.'. BP.0A0nU3 Plattshnrg, Mo. Landmark.! m 1" camel's back. Before falling oil into dreamland he said ln saw a. pa-Ii- tree the only one m sight, about faix camels' lengths .away. He fell asleep and dreamed that he had gono to heaven-s- aw sights strnngo and wonderful many of them. He bad no clear conception of time, but lie lelt, rather than knew, that days and days had passed. And then lie woko up. The camel was just passing the palm thee Mohammed had been asleep about four seconds. Some one told the above story tin other night, after tho talk had changed on psycholouy, mesmerism, thought transference the occult in general And then one young fellow of twenty-flv- o or thereabouts told this tale: , 'I. had a dream tho other night that since I had it has kept menwako thinking. It was a mixture of the Faustidea and of in v own master I!ut the fact that it was over so quickly is the part that has puzzled me most. "I had gono through a pretty hard day, and before dressing to go out that evening I thought I'd lie on the couch for a minute lie full length on lny back and get a good test that way. Ah I lay there I noted that the clock on the mantel was just striking 7 o'clock. "I fell asleep and dreamed that the devil had come to me and said I could have nil the money I wanted it I would-bcontent to die on my thirtieth birthday. He told mo to think tho matter over, and he sat down in my Morris chair, and, picking up a magazine, read it for a long time. In about an hour's time I told him that I would accept. Ho rose, put a packut,of money on the mantel and'told mo that as of ten as I desired money I hnd but to look on tho mantle and the amount would be there. And then he opened tho door and went out. "I was thoroughly cognizant of the years tact that I was, only ,twenty-fiv- o old aud had live years yet. to live jot in that dream I lived them. I did not go tho pace I behaved myself but took caro of relalived sumptuously tives aud friends traveled all over the world. I even fell in lovo, but did not ask the girl to be my wife, because I had always in mind the fact that I was to dio as soon as I was thirty years passion-money-getting. How long does it take you to dream? Did you ever find out or try? Monam-ed, it is related, once fell asleep on a At his lcsidenre in l'latte City, "Wednesday, Jan. 25, 18W, Gcorgo V. IJroaddus , Tho sudden announcement of tho death of Mf.Uroaddus will be a shock to his'inony friends. .Sunday evening the 22nd inst. he had a chill lint paid little attention to it and came down town Monday. Monday night he was taken sick and never recovered from the attack, dving at 3 a. in. Wednesday morning. Ho was unconscious from "Monday night until death. His physicians say Jie had congestion of the brain ; fol lowed by rueningitiB George W.Bronddus was born in Madison county, Kentucky, April 8, J8G0. Here. he grew up and received a classical education, graduating at Central colleue, Ky. In SS4 he moved to Platte City and began teaching school, n profession he followed until he was admitted to the bar in 1893. He practiced law in the courts up to the time of liii death in the courts of this county. He was married Dec. 27, 1804,toMiss Annie L., daughter of Capt. Joseph Todd. Of this union there are no children. Mr. Brtfaddns was an educated polished gentleman. He was of a quiet reserved nature and generally shrank from eon-tawith the busy world, much preferring a good book or Ids home to the busy hurrying outside world. He was of aT gentle frank nature and loved and was a favorite with the children. He was a member of the Baptist church, his father being a member of the,samc denomination. He carried an insurance on his life of $1,000, half of this was in the Northwestern of Marshal-towIowa, and half in tho Modern Woodmen of America. After services at the house by Rev. Geo. W. Everett his remains were taken in charge by tho Modern "Woodmen, who conveyed and interred them in tho old Toddburyiug ground near Boverlv. -ct n, Died. Iluiv to Find Out. Fill a bottle or "common glass with your water and let it stand twenty-fohours: a sediment or settling indicates an unhealthy condition of the kid.ney trouble; too frequent desire to pass it or pain in tho back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order. ur What to do. On Monday night nf last week Danville witnessed ono of the niost inter-estin- g sights in her history, when W. 8. Holmes, the groceryman, bad a pubThe Leading Spseiaiis 's cf America lic burning of his large stock of clgjrs 20 VfihS i!! OHIO. and tobact 4 : 250,000 Cured. Mr. Holmes, on the 1st of. January, bought out hid partner, O. T. Mcltoli- IVECUSESin-rrURerts, because McTlobirts Would not Til iuexsu 1 r tM : ii . 1 sai I Ila tttnA I agree todiscontiniirt tliMWiIeot smoking !mcnurat.-jubv.i.ln'i, i.tscasL uiaay I ar.d chewing tobacco, retaining the reJitiiJl. '5-- t ins BcnT.lion. rci- - stt InLdictr rlmi.- ft cuttii-tiring part ler as hia cli tig and ililiictilty general right-han- d man. Mr. Holmes pfl charco, ctnissiou, In comiacacioir. weak frj cn I all tlio tymi'tonis ot;!.u, yj does not use tobacco and has for years ISS of nervouj dcbili'jr thpy have Still nn iftj TOilK. iJo'u'tljtilnctorscxporlicnli yon, by ciuins, t'rctcLriff, or toarirK talked of quitting the sale of it, as ho you. 'Jl'.'nwtllunrcnroyfiu.rsitvillic-tum- . is opposed to encouraging something Our hRW ji'.IU'JtOD tun flricttiro lisjnc; he bolieves e wrong. henco l cinovca t hcEtrictura wirannpnl v. AVlien the firm dissolved h was con ffi 1 1 can uovcr retain. No lain, 110 ruffrr- fronted with tbo problem of ridding lt niEi umcniiuH jrom uusiner i)y our nerve r.ro himself of tho cigars, pipes, chewing BJ1 I hn Iill ThT tnnlinrtil liui'soratcd, ond R.-if Mn. j and smokiui; tobacco on baud, lie had a good deal of it, and would not ThOKamlof inure ami lauldtttaectl sell or give it away, aw lm wished to 1 e men aro liiviin- - thtir r;xixl :sr anit K'--J italiljcoatin-ialIconsistent. faiird ly this di- ... . i ..Fll. He kept the block until Thursday, Weakness, tlnniturol ilircuarges. Fail when he announced through tin local Etfi ing .UBiitiOoil, ricrvou?n(S, l'oor ilem-nrntlimni finnrtln S'm. newspaper that he would burn the Ltvj Hnnfccn Uctt. Ii dark circle?, cigars and tobacco that evening at 7 rTt ion. Weak Ucnerol Lack tTB Vailcoculr. Phrnnben f fii "f Ambition. LEST cn-- l o'clock, at the same time inviting ev j& Part", etc. II STntC'lTIU: Kg family ri Don't on.-uerybody to come and witfiess. the fun. ."S maybcthocm-e- . lifivn ... lloctlir?. n The "crowd which assembled, to see ;.' tlieso rnecial diitr.rriM-doallow nS' v5 Quarks to experiment on y .n. Consult Rl such a commonplace thing as a small y rti'ecialist.t.wIiolii'atnadoalJ'orUilyof fS Vfaurn. DurWiiW . street fire was surprising. From Jive to .H JtUt'lIOt) TliEAt'JlKXf will nofi- seven liumlrcd people crowded tlie VI iivcy euro yon. Uno lliousana dollars Mi sidewalks and street Til trout of the A for t. caso wc necriit for treatment r.nd store, in the principal business portion CURES GUARANTEED of the town. So great, in fact, was the crowd and the consequent pushing and tMYA fTC.KTKI.lJ. BYlMrrMS, (1LKKT. o wrr t the hauling and excitement generally, I'UMxa UNNAnntAT. nismiAiic. -. I iDElt Diadvised Mr. Holmes to that the people Bvi Ei KinNKYnml TILA CONSULTATION FItEK. HOOKS postpouo the destruction until a later '.ft fuF.K If unablfl tn call, ifiiiu. t S!J :. iiir hour, wheu the larger portion of the AMI! KSTirN ULANK for HOME ' TREATMENT. crowd would have dispersed. About 9 o'clock the boxes of cigars, smoking tobacco, etc , were piled into !22 W. Fni!RTH fiTRFPT the street, tcveral gallons of coal oil CIHCJHMATI, O. were poured upon them and the match f$ iT?T applied. Tho flames shot up for fifteen or twenty feet, burned for three-qua- r ters of an hour, and went out. The crowd of business men, a few women, children, loungers, loafers, students, etc , watched the fire die out and then sought their homes. It was a singular scene. Mr. Holmes has received letters from all over the country, some commending, some criticising and some asking for a further elucidation of Ids theory. Mr. Holmes has been a leading, merchant for a quarter of a century, and is the owner of ono of the handsomest private residences in Danville. He talks of making some other innovations in trade in order to conform to his strict ideas of his duty as a Christian. Mr. Holmes is remembered hero in connection with the rovival ol Itev. Pickett, in the summer oi '05, and was noticeable for his deep piety, about which there is no shadow of doubt. -- GO TO THE- - to lip I if I l 1 U J Ibic.-Mlii-l-t I 'jl'MiA'l-AIB.N'T FOR SALE, The executor ot Lee Jata White, deceased, oUerS for sale privately about Wi ol which Hcs Immediately tn F.lxtown. the balance is between the land ot Win. Bennett and Dudley Tribble. The latter is in bluegrass and has not been ploughed lor thirty years. Address, I ks of y, I We Don't Want a Cent Of your money unless you get value received for it. book-keep- tiplm G. Cole, Ex., Box 259. an4-2- n Winchester. Ky. to-b- For Sa'o Privately Por that reason we arealwaj--s 9) 1 i-- 2 WECURE GLEET . r. IrriL-ihilitr-. rv. I will oHer for sale privately ray House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th Streets, hack of A. It Durnam's property. The hotis; has seven rooms, Rood cistern, stable and other necessary outbuildings; the lot contains about 90x90 feet. The price will be reasonable for each. WILLIAM ENGLISH, nov9-- tf Itichniond, Ey. glad to have you look around the store and learn how much better vpu can do here than anywhere else. CD g lt ll-f- 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE C TIM n't 00 g i -j Anromj sending a sketch and description may milcklr nftcert&ln nnr ODlnlon free 1 hetber an iavention 13 probably patentable. CommDnlcn- Ilandbooxonl'atenta tlonsstrtetlrcon&dcntul. sent free. Oldest a?ener tcr sccunnz Datentx. Iatents taken throuch 2Innn & Co. receive rpcclaX notice, without charge. In the A hanilsomelr lllostrated weekly. Tersest circulation of anr scientific journal. Terms, $3 a year : four months, tL Bold bjrall newsdealers. Trade RIarks Designs Copyrights Ac izseo i room w In Bird's-Ey- iKennedys Kergam SflUNN&Co.38'8 SS-2-7 New York llrancb Office. CS F EU. Wash'iston, D. C Frankfort k Cincinnati In EDect December S, p.m. a.m. 6 20 Imip 18S3 1 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. 2 00 7 09 2 55 1 25 5 45 9 30 ' 5 40 6 17 10 28 7 10 11 29 p.m. Ar. 1 1 Lve. Richmond 11 42 Winchester.... Paris " Georgetown.." Ar. Frankfoit... Lve. Maysvillo p.m 6 7 20 16 ' 8 40 7 50 7 00 8 SO 5 10 4 23 3 40 Ask for tickets via Paris. J. R. NEWTON, G. P.A. 1 J& 3 M - -C Ol it- - O s a go & v mmmm br t s -f- m. -- ' Sg Z3 Cm 2 - g. H e Maple, Mahocr- any, Golden and Antique Oak.... Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds: XElegant Sideboards. NjExtension and Center Tables. 0dd Dressers. Chiffoniers. Parlor Cabinet Book Cases. Hat Racks, Etc., Etc. There is also on display in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever brought to Richmond. My selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette, Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot be excelled. A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and Corduroy, just received from the city. Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Worl Baskets, Smyrna and "Wilton Rugs are also attract ive additions to our business. If you are a lover of beautj- - it will pay you to call and my line of Framed Pictures, Me- dallions., &c. We also make a specialty of framing pictures. 5- There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoo- t, rheuma-tism.'pain old to-d- Year after year passed and I saw no niore of my friend, the devil. As often as I wanted monev I found it and look it. with no misgivings as to my ultimate future, inasmuch as I knew that the life I was leadii g was above reproach.' "Thirty days before my thirtieth birthday 1 went to my lawyer and saw that my will was in perfect technical shape. And then I concerned myself no more in respect to my deatii than would to the piuehnsing of a new collar. 'The night before my thirtieth birth day I gave a stag nilair to about twenty men. I was as gay as any man there aud tho quip and jest and btory had gone around. Then mv nearest inti mate got up and proposed my health. It was drunk and I was called upon for a speech. I rose, glass m hand. Just as I got to my feet tho clock in the hall, chimed out midnight I was thirty years old. 1 tried to raise my glass oh hh:h, but it fell with u crash to the table. The lights danced in front of me, away, a big, the meu's fair-- i down and blotted bluck pHt everything and I felt myself falling, falliiig, fading ami. then 1 woko with the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing in the back, kidney, liver, bladder aud every part of the urinary passages It corrects inability to hold author Of "Looking Backward," and water and scalding pain in passing it, its name is indicativo of its character. or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that un pleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and tho extraordinary effect of Swamp-Itois soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the mbtt distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have ino oesi. At drussists iitty cents or one dollar. Yon may have a sample bottle and a book that tells more about it, both sent absolutely free by mail, H you send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., llinghamton, K. Y. When writting bo sure and mention that you read this generous offer in the Eichmond ot The latest entertainment to find much favor is tho Bellamy dance, ami so popular lias it become that doubtless it 12 W. Short St., Lexington, Ky. will be much in evidonce among the J. "w". MASTSRS, Eropristcr. young poeple for the rest of the season. 'Regular meals 25 cents. Lodging 25 cent. Most convenient and centrally It is called the Bellamy dance after the the city. Fine equipped in located hotel in connection. p S English Kitchen, as z a -- fr 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 ou me before purchasing elsewhere. 1 &$ I S 3 g. Siggg8 " s a c a S.X 5" 8 ( t J -- Climax. - II HOW DOES THIS STRIKE YOU? All the dancers arc dressed backward and look backward as they move. All the men put on their coats and wai.-t- coat?, collars and tics wrongside to. National Importance They put masks on tho backs of their heads and wear wigs with long hair banging over their faces. Through the straggling locks they can see, but their face? v.re not visible. The women drets backward as well, with masks at the backs of their heads and poke bonnets with thin lace crowns over their faces. dance the While the a year Sir Boger, tho minuet, or monie musk Daily, by mail, is in progress the participants are, of Daily and Sunday; by mail,-$- 8 a year course, dancing forwaul as usual, but the whole effect with tho reserved cos tumes, is of dancing backward. Old ami young have joined in this latest amusement aud "no end" of fun has 13 TnS GKEATEST.3UNDAY been the result. NEWSPAPER IN THE AyOSLD. An average man of 151pounds weight Price S teats a copy. By mall, $2.03 a year. has enough phosphorus In his body to Address THE SUN. New York. make half a million matches, and yet there are some of us o( 180. pounds weight who cannot make even one (STYLISH, RELIABLES match. Handsome Editor Cynthiana : ARTISTIC Democrat. Jt S; Kccoranicnacd by Lcaalag . Dressmakers. They Always n:ar.-- . . "I have a stitch in lny side,'? grumbled the' patient. "You ought to bo very thankful for that," responded the doctor, cheerfully. News and Opinions cescBcce 30533500 g gt5c sssssssB cfo- era- I I I I cj El a c & NEVILLE c MOBERLEY PHONE 23. The Sora (j Contains Both. $ wg w llniih sgggssas S333S333 a Successor to J. S. Collins. aO P o 53 riihwy. 6 G5 am .. 7 30 am 3 00 pm 4 50 pm 9 11 6 9 15 am 53 am 30 pm llllll & 3333 Cheis&psake ui Ohio Mlison -- Monumental Works 1863. Time of Trains at Winchester,. Ky. WEST BOUND. MUStexlInjj and Lexington Accora ESTABLISHED Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Accora.. New Ycrk Limited F. F. V JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. EAST BOUND. Lexington, and Morehead Accom New York Limited F. F. Lcxinstfcn and lit. Sterling Accom - Konuments, "Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Blarble and Granite. . ; 23 pm Washington Expres3 Accommodation trains run dally except Sunday. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates orsleepirreservations K. HOOD. Agent L.N.Ry.. all on or write Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W. BARNEY, D A. C. & O. Ry., Lexincton , Ky. FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. - "Why?" "Because a stitch in tini9.save3 n'ne, you know." THE DlFFEt-.ENC- y NONE ITTZ2 At ANY rSICG j w e llegorry, said Googan, 'lis big the 'fereuce U bechuxt uie an' llobsun. Yis, contiuued Googan after a pause, Hobbon situs a ship and gits kissed for it, an OI sink a couple of schooners an' gits the divvul for it. Yis, said McAdoo. in :I etyt njjiwa t. Ite lr.tm:r Suit H yoirSilr thm snd direct to-- ii 3 mZ i5 ernt rcccu'cii THE McCALi. C0"PANT, rg r: 13210 KG V. I4ui Eifc:l, r.ew Yctk : rr.Avcn oh-i- ctj s z 1051 iiiarkct iSpntth Ave.. Chlcaco. end 5; St., &o Francisco. m CALKS, 8 y Louis Landman with drowsiness yet cannot slsep. You are cs tired in the morning as at night. You have no nerve No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, will be at the Hotel Ziinnier, Richmond, Ky., on Wednesday, February 8, 1889, returning every second Wednesday o. each month. Deference every physician of Rich feb!6-lmond, Ky. y. power. iour icon uocs yuu um little nocd. Stimulants, tonics, headache powders, cannot cure you; but Price 50cts. ami Sl.OO. Money back if not cured A trial bottle free at Perry & Thomas, Drug Store. Another Fair Grounds Abolished. ISEASES THAT KILL larrh of the lungs. - mmwM Crlsatcftt Mas-Jzli- A PUHSIEH'S DEDUCTION. Consumption is ca Ccriain- complica- 1 f A fa-t- KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. E. Ill CUE, I'lesMftt, Iiitcia, Ij. ERARY, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COM MERCIAL COLLEGES. Tuition fur Literary and Bible Course $22 a $10,000 year. More than twenty teachers. gymnasium. Thousands ot successful alumni. Bocial and moral welfare ot students receive special attention. Open to both sexes, for jiyn-- u catalogues aa areas me rresiaem. 1UII3 CEML! Trill. SHORT LINE TO New Orleans-- skin and bowels perform their proper work. It renwve all im; purities from the bfeod. And it makes the blood rici ia its properSes. Q life-giyi- It nt.kcs thcliver, kidneys, Best-Lin- e to To Mmmtim ' ARKANSAS, TEXAS. MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Pullman Tonrit Sleeping Car leaves Louis--' t tile every Thursday night aad run tbroagh , ' to Sin FradcJ. Ask your ticket Meat for particulars or Writ to K H. Kowkir, TraveUac PseE?cr. Aeat, LoaviUeKy. q,.;,. LotilavIUe to JfcBkds and J(ew,Or)uw.c WH. A. XELLOMD, A. . IIMON, A.O.P. ALoBivlJU. Q.r. A.CUdfC. , You will be mere rapidly cured if you will takers laxative dose of Is each nigbt. They Ayer's arouse t.ics)uush Kver and that cure bilious ns. MH(t te Mtr "We liar Am xplaiy cervices oC mw of tU MM awMeat sbyslciaaiU .la r;te freely all M Untied euo. rin tions vicke consuwp' away," said tho teacher. tlon incurable. ' What kind ofTriches is meant?" And Recently the Climax made an Jiost cases of givo announcement of the plan on foot t iejmart boy at the foot of tho class death from consaid he "reckoned they must be osto convert the Fair Grouuds and sumption aro thedircctrcsclt into stock yards and cattle triches." of cglcctcd caouid mean tho" knell of nans, which THE PENNY MAGAZINE, Now tarrh. fairs in Madison.' lowest-price- d vrorkis Jiannoniovi6ly with maga Lexington is to follow suit, if we may York, which is the (20 cents a year,) and nature to eject the tubercles from tho judge by tho following telegram from zine m Anieiica which is uwued by lion. Ohauneey M. lungs, and works so successfully that St. Louis in tho livening Post of Janu DepPW, cure, for the eminent American orator, if thore is a remedy. consumption ary 20: " is the wants a reiresiniiive in thk vicinity. Read this letter from Mrs. H. A. "Charles Green, formor president of for It la a good opportunity for one of our Tyner, of Four Oaks, N. C, abont her the Fair Association, leaves Leximiton, Ky . via Cincinnati.- - He ambitions young.inen orywng women. diughtcr, Mrs. L. Kecue. She says: should be addressed to the Medicine Co., ColHthbus,0. goes to Ls?xinglon to sell at public anc Applications PEN- Deab Sirs: "My daughter had every etabV tfuu&Ltiption Department, THE Hon the grainl siaud. om l.jlAUAMn, iouipi uoun, ixew symptom of consumption suppression ami' oilier- - properties of the- oldest ' and " ' jauL'a-a- t 1 Yolk City. o meases, night sweat and great emain America, the most' famous Tace ciation. She was so low that teone of Lexington; to-- ' long operated by the An irishman, in order to oelebrete cmraeighbors themght she could live. ltucing Association,' and on tlie'adve'nt of a now em, west out on Kentucky In May Mr. OR. Adams, of this place, wli5TdvMmo of flic most noted races in little lark. He didd't get homo till 3 who had, taV'eW, told M If the histtorvo. tho Amercan tnriiiavo o'e!';ck.in the morning, and wasbaie'y anything woulti help her been rtro. in the housj betuic a nurSc. rushed up would. I got a bottle of it and Fomo to her. 'The 'tract Will be cut up Into (own and, uncovering a bunch. or soft goOUt, rock candy and bgan giving It was so During the firstfew day she ul sold. There are sixty-ai- x lota showed hint triplets. The Irishman weak, she could cutly take a half acres in the tract, but a small portion looked.upat. tho clock, nhich said 3, It to t a llm, b I is ill tho limits Ten then at . tho thtee A a. kind hi .the nf whii-hers often asftfie.cocM txotric. in i verg Sao tue association uecauve in-- f mtic arms, and said: "Oi'm kss than avtcckr tihe could w'HU. two, v&lved and Mr, Green vanic to its rebut thank lliveus ilii u hundred yards and back without restatrotigcr, and ia lief, nd, lieing unable to liquidate its dfdu't citum home at twlvel'," ing; she keptgctU-nindebtedness, tlie mortgage was fore-elotwelve months bbe sactaed to bo a3 Avell lioriibit? agony in call?! by HceJ as she over vcaa in hiur life. Ifeel.aadsq, tW5 years ag. This determinadots every one that knew about her Mr. Uren means the ps!iirof tion fcer life. icknec, that the artttt hwtoru! e track oi tlie uw told, b. Kcb.'' Itydiirbter-- i VViu' 'jHMidrbkti be tinw'of th,l by : Hfi imiiatiwa, --.liougfor elKhty-a- c tw$$mj cowp-ite- d Ak any drttrgt: for a fr Pe-r- na cxclu- - "Uicheslako unto themselves wings fly aid ;C ConM'ni nraa-i'u- l fslorcl Phie. S; i, I 1H . ,ir?;i. tasa -- : lan-l uncy Work, S; Aeni wanttd lor rhji riol'i" wertry 12 lcal)r. Ikaotiful praiium lof .t liuL Z - work. Wtiir lur trriniidOt)ii pan c ' ;Z :j mtludinca FStKEl-aWtrn- . Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California Tlie splendid train service with which the Illinois Central' s Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned BfiPAIBINO AUD TIMEINO FIXE WATCHES territory. A SPECIALTY. Free The Central is the only line which-run- s Reclining Chair Cars and Yestibuilcd trains from Louisville to tho South, also a weekly I'allmaa Tew 1st Car for California, 9 25pm Lve Ixvaisville every Thursday 8 18am Arr MemphisFrlday 7 Vpra J Arr New Orleans Friday. . 8 :opm Lv8 NewOrleans Friday... S 45am Arr Houston Saturday .4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday 3 45pm Arr Elpaso Sunday 9 20pm Arr Loh Angeles Monday .. 5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday Those who are 'contemplating buying Mnrhle, Granite, or any kind of Cemetery Work, will Unci it to their interest to call nt tlie old stand in tlio rear of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand ii largo stock of fininhed- work to select from, at prices to suit all eludes t buyers gJMR. W. G. GOUOHE1!, one; of the best workmen in Central Kentucky, is in chnrge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work in every phase. Parlies living at n distance should write to ua for designs, which will bo furnished on application. The present schedule of Illinois CentraVRail-roain addition to shortening the time to ' Memphis and New Orleans, lias msdeif'Easier EXT YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED."l mm THAN EVER. d, D. HPl7VULTON. Proprietor. All Work Guaranteed. L. LANK, 60 .". OTicTiL.nsr7 lb is Ik Tn Water Sesft to (i!Lrn'n. 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. g 13S to 146 W. 14th AJUn THE McCALL CO.. St., New Yuri; Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to communicate with R. H?Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville. Ky. Wm.Alfokd Kbixond, A O.P. An Louisville, Ky. A. H. IUkso.i. O P. A., Chicago, 111. dec29-l- y J"' Pe-ru-- REMEK asnealir , t!1'i1 ;C'-- y on. mnrvhin in? HISTORY iHj 1 nf irtic! on l vf" 'A OF THE oy Pe-ru-- at Thorman's than anjwbere You.can buy more GROCERIES for less money Earth. Give SPANISH - AMFPICAN' WAP ' " 'lENRV CABOT LODGE. V. S. SESUOR 1 a finti lor ifct !. not tom becjim of K bUi'v wti:ti cf .3l jri;a hiimrr.ljst (ot the positbn he hji ht'.i in oar gave taae et. . c ', Thtjkhak Ghoceiiy Cor. Main and CSeaPside. Co., fi si Pe-ru-- club-hous- e, RICHMOND, KY. Admiral Sumpsm's Fleet lly I Jeut A. R. 5TAv;rVox, L'.S.N", I" " IHrXltuu J, M. F.i.tiroTT, itttlc . of Manila JOURXEY E?? - TMEtK 5LVf-H-WlOtMM- ls' "'ii.T : , Advance Advertisement! n . . A MrUt store to ippf jr toouinln wdimfd Mr llowclu II. 1; WjtHM Dm !1 Tie princess iXeala Hs-l- a, Pc-ru;- A jerUl itoh' Ke ext week WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK. Hose worth 2Qi5ts,fprf tSLadieV Fleeced-lirie- d lOcts; 12 yds Torshoril lace for 4e. Bargaiii' vats we&iz m utuie jinqp, nwpivtii! unu cuuut-ur.p-t itltnj f!l M.tso ol slveat'Jre j;I4J ulhe reaiini; public Spanish War Star? IIt.'OII- tlui Mms chirjeerft!c tlurm ihit h.:i 1 H. A tttUl tonr th Ktne ? ii;rss TSS t j.SI5G3T STORIES WBfTS OT ah at xil jwr ItrntinjtrMaseic HOHSS JERIJSAtn - Hti:-poittitiui:- ?, n fill ByOtartThwt LOVli Bf lA40? way LMI v the cnon' 11 i THI OJCK00 Kileo The rVlWirwiCorri mision Co, Re2 VM 1S5- - CEltrSJtT'S mSRBSS Jit CLOCK 4 - - ,f Jrj, Goodn, mtter OB. Mais ash 614; P-c- -a tick le mm ad tm .came IMS. Jfotioit'a raid at ie articles. when kt dtikiht. irwte Manuka. r fkpel ' at Saih Acu'.; . , Cav.'i. "i4 3 ir . - i u cht year. - 5ioAJ k) . KtCHMOND, KY.l The Richmond Climax. J. C CHENAULT. ...Proprietor and Editors. A. D. MILLEft. C E. WOODS, Associate Editor. The peace treaty Senate on Tuesday. x as ri4el is the " " -- PERSONAL,. Mr. J. L. Powell spent Monday in Paris Mr, J. P. Simmons was in Louisville last week. Mr. W. Jj. Crutcher was in Danville lafet week. Mr. Sam Bennett came up Saturday from Frankfort. Mra. Bernie S. McCormick is visiting friends in MaysvilK Col. O. H. Chenault spent Monday in town buying cattle. Mr. William Garrett, of Versailles, was in town Monday. Mrs. Cornie Clay returned Saturday from a visit to Cincinnati. Mr. Matt S. Cohen attended the Dan ville horse sale Saturday. Mrs. Eugenia Humo and Miss- Susan spent Friday in Lexington. Mr. Frank Adair and Mr. Ifanss, of Cincinnati, arc in tho city. Mies Jano Craig has returned to Kingston from Mobile, Ala. Mr. A. K. McCown has returned from a business trip South. Mr. James Stone, of Frankfort, spent several days here, last week. Mr. H. G. McElwaine. of Lexington, was In tho city on Monday. Mrs. Bert Stockton entertained the "Whist Club on Friday atternoou. Mr. James S. Crutclier attended the sale of horses at Danville, Saturday. Mr. J. C. Escott, of Louisville, spent last week here examining the banks. Mi6S Annie Louise Clay, of Paris, is the guest oi Miss Sarah Miaekelford. Mr. John F. Wagers has just return ed from a business trip to Cincinnati Miss Mynuo Wagers left Monday for Cincinnati, to he gone several week. Mr. "Ward Howard. olLouisville, was In Iticbmond several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Gay, of Clark spent Sunday with Mrs. T. D. Chen - Estill County! The rhtlipplnoa attekeil tho Amer icans aud thousands el th former were slain, with small loss to our Iroops. The formal announcement of Hon. WEDNESDAY. FEB. 8, PUBLISH KUXVCBY WKDNItSDAT 1899. BY V. W. Combs for re jnomination lor the Legislative race, is elsewhere made. Mr. Combs made a record distinguish Co. ed for hard, effective, consciencious Tho work, earning for himself the title of PRICE PKR YEAR, $1.50. Honest Combs." He is warmly sup and sales tins ported for closest scrutiny of his record by all ANNOUNCEMENT those undecided as to their preferences FOE AUDITOR. announce JOHN B. in this race. 1Ye are authorized to CHENAULT. of Madispn county, a candidate (or the office of State Auditor, subject to the If nearly all the criticisms of tho action of the Democratic State Convention. Louisville Dispatch did not emanate from or were inspired by the enemies FOB BEPIUUEJfTATIVB. we might be in a position We are authorized to announce M. II. WILL- of that paper, IAMS a candidate for the Legislature, subject to of fighting the leading organ of the action of the Democratic party. Democracy In Kentucky. But tho atWe are antnSriied to announce W. W. COMBS a candidate to succeed himself in the titude of its jealous rivals only in next general assembly of the State ot Ken- creases our loyalty to the Dispatch, and tucky subject to the villi of the Democratic party. we hepe that no Democrat will lorsako this fearless champion of the people's Thanks to the Owenton Herald for rights until it forsakes tho party. "The kindly comment on Climax. cause is greater than any man," should only reply to those designing certainly looks strange that the bo tho would prostituto tho paper to ones who enemies ot tho Louisville Dispatch and their own personal advantage. the enemies of Wat Hardin and AV. J. Stand by tho Dispatch! Courier-JournStone are making the their mouthpiece. Cynthiana Fkom far off Nashau, Now Hamp shire, comes the Weekly Telegraph with a column article from the pen of Hon. Wm. P. Tiiokne, of Eminence, Mrs. James Bennett, of this city, who Kentucky, is a candidate for the Dem- has presented a memorial to Congress ocratic nomination for Lieutenant Gov on the subject of Woman Suffrage. On ernor. The Herald knows nothing of another page of tho Telegraph, as if to his record but suppose as we have not emphasize the growth and intensity of heard of him he is a quiet inoffensive the feeling for sutlrage for women, is a sort oi a fellew and suggest Mat tie is special from Indianapolis tolling of the man for the nomination. Burkes- - 50,000 petitioners In Indiana asking the villo Herald.J Legislature to grant equal suffrage In Sorry to say so. but the Herald con that State. Iu twenty-fiv- e ytare tho fesses itself unknown. State that does not give the ballot to women will be an exception to the rule. Hon. C. J. Beonston was invited to The Climax, last week, inadvertently make a speech before the students of emitted tho credit due the Interior Contral University, at Richmond, by Charley Chancellor Blanton, a prominent gold- - Journal for an editorial on Bronston's Bpeech. As this explana buir, a supporter of Palmer and Buck- ner, thinking Mr. Bronston would tion to its author was made by postal discovery of tho mistake, it tickle the lancj ot ttic students witli a card unon eulogy upon the yellow metal. But is jenowed hare only to emphasize the the shrewd lawyer took advantage of truth of every word contained in tho tlw opportunity and made a free silver clipping. Chancellor Blanlon took slight ex speech that fairly took away Chancelsaid at ception to the Interler Journal's edi lor Blanton's breath. It is present no more'jnvitations will bo ex- torial because of the "intimation that tended Mr. Bronston to speak to the there is any 6ort of restriction on free students of that noted school. Nicho- - thought or free speech in the Univer sity," and we acquit the University of lasville Journal. any such alleged intimation. But that question, The Lexington Gazette continues is secondary to (the point in with unabated zeal its fight for justice The ioke on the Chancellor la what per cent, of the to Commodore Crittenden Watson, the tickled ninety-nin- o foremost naval officer of our nation in audience that heard Mr. Bronston's every meritorious particular. Closing speecb.and the laugh will go 'round again a lengthy and strongthy appeal to all when it is learned that the. Chancellor really Kentuckians to demand justice to this was not only not surprised, but courteous, christian trenllomaii, the expected to be led through a slaughter house to an open grave. In the co.urse Gazette says: article in Friday's In "Whore were Sampson and Schlev of a terior Journal, the Chancellorsays: when Watson was standing on the "Mr. Bronston and I talked the mat bridce besido Faragnt as he fought his ter over together and we agreed on the way into the harbor of Mdbile? Read subiect of the address. the bravo old Admiral's repcrl of that "1 Knew lie couiu not discuss me and other sea fights in which he was Evils of the Bepubhc from his stand seconded and sustained by this gallant point without touching on tliese ques tions. Kentuckian. It makes one's blood So that there was no surprise on injustice that has mv part: on the contrary greatly en boil to think of the joyed the eloquent speaker." been done him by the Navy Indeed, "surprise" is a mild term wherewith to describe tho feelings of As we do not get a letter every day the Chancellor. He was so startled from Wm. Jennings Bryan, the Asso and amazed, we aro informed by eye ciate Editor prizes voiy highly tho witnesses, that when tno speech was communication over he "lost his hat, couldn't see his two page autograph from our next President, received some overcoat, and couldn't find the door. weeks ago. Wo had sent him a letter The fact is tho Chancellor would written bv an Ohio soldier, a Republi gladly have crawled through a knot can, wherein lie praised Mr. Brynn's hole in the floor. At any rate it is safe kindly treatment of his regiment en to say, that the next time Mr. Bronston camped in Florida at that timo, and addresses the law class of C. U., the contradicting the silly reports circulated subject assigned him will not be the that Mr. Bryan wanted to quit the army, Evils of the Republic and How to when tho fact was his regiment, the Avert Them." Third Nebraska, was being decimated bv fever and was wholly unable to live iu a southern camp. Rev. McGinn, of Versailles, delivered In the course of his reply, Mr. Bryan says: ''Am glad that I won the conv an instructive lecture on unristianity meiulation of a Republican soldier, as opposed to Agnosticism, at' the and yet I onlv did what every officer Christian church on Sunday. Tho members of Mt. Pleasant Chris ought to do" tian church are notified that a meeting of the congregation will be held the second Sunday every month. Preach ing by Rev. T. O. Martin on the 4th I and Gth Sundays. Climax Printing SrmM a Majer For Gallantry at SaatiH - to-d- Among the officers recommended to the President for brevets for gallantry under Are at Santiago and the battles thereabout, we notice In the New York un the name of Capt. Henry 'Wygant. tno 24th u. a. Infantry, who is breveted a Major. The gallant Captain was stationed at Central University for three' years, in charge ol the cadet bat talion, and when called Joractive duty carried with him the rsspecT of every body here. His charming wife soon followed, to Fort Douglas, Utah, with one son. Philip. Harrv entered the egular Army, whilst Benyoard entered the Navy. Strange, but true, all three saw service in the Spanish war, the Captain and his son Lieu. Harry Wy- gant, of tho 6th U. S., meeting face to face'at Bloody San Juan. Benyoard at the moment was on blockade duty in front of llavanna. The Salt Lake City Tribuno Tias this interesting narrative from the Captain's Mr. C. W. Sales was in Irvino Wed nesday on badness. Mr. Hugh Riddoli was in Ricnmond Wednesday on business. Misses Ida and Katherinc Park have protracted their visit inMadison. Mr. Ernest Reed, a New York traveling man, was in own this week. Mrs. Bettie Hume visited her sister, Mrs. Claude Smith, at Iticbmond, last week. wagons were .. TliHrsday twenty-thre- e kept busy hauling ice until four o'clock. Misses Judith Tudor aud Louise Vaughn lelt Thursday for.a short visit at Waco. Miss Josie Lunsford returned Wednesday from a visit to relatives in Paint For ,3Ve .have an ' un-- - 1 V Are you married? " limited quantity si of black paint, house, if so get a divorce and buy where you can get the BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY. Come to my store and convince yourself of the wonderful reduction in Wraps, Dress Goods, Underwear, Wool Hosiery, Blankets, Comforts and Notions of all kinds. I mean to any particular Frankfort. Irvine is overrun with drummers this week. Two or threo have been In suitable for .barns, Iron "Fences, Gutters, &c. sell iu any quantity a- veiy low price. For particulars call on or address, S It lips: IN THE THICKEST FIQIIT, HOT OF SAN JUAN escaped uniiuht. Capt Henry Wygant, rugged and strong as that bright spring day last April when his regiment left for the war, has relumed to Fort Douglas from Santiago do Cuba and Montauk Point. All reports which have come of that memorable charge up the bloody heights of San Juan hill tell of thecon- spicious gallantry of Capt. Wygant During that charge he was in com mand of the Second battalion and for two hours afterwards, while the Twenty-fowan urth and taking its position in the trenches on the sum mit of the hill, the Captain was in command of tho entire regiment THAT MEMORABLE CHARGE. ault. Mr. Jason Walker and Miss Margue rite are expected home earlv next week. ruary Miss Mary Little, who is now visiting in the iast. is expected home tins month. Dr. Ii. H. Landman will bo at the Zimmer Hotel on Wednesday, Feb- 8. Mr. Harvey Chenault will co to Paris Monday to.be the guest of Mr. J. Q. Ward, Jr. Mrs. Curtis Burnatn had as her guest last week, Miss Esther Burnam, ot half-colum- n Capt. Wygant was seen by a Tribune representative at the fort last evening, Of the battle of San Juan ho was at first very reluctant to speak. "It is all liko a dream to me now," ho said, and a very black one, too. After the regiment had formed in that river bed and then began that long charge across the wide field where Col. Liscnm and Augustinnnd Gurney fell, I can scarce ly recall much of what we did. We had come across that field at such a pace that when wo reached the foot of the hill, where we wero compara tively shattered from tho Spanish fire, was just about exhausted. There wero somo barbed wire lences there, and we had to clear them away before wo could move on. I remember seeing Dodgo and Lyon hacking at a fence, and I believe I carried oil" an armful myself. l "I wanted to form tho battalion in better order there, but we just couldn't keep those darkey boys back. They wore crazy to got at the lop of the hill, and up wo went, our regiment mixed inextricably with volunteers and others of the regulars. The way those col- -- CF.Bfower&Co Lexington, Ky. Watch Who goes p shopping: for That Lady real values. She discrimi nates (and that's half the battle in buying) between the cheap, shoddy stuff at "low prices" and nicely fin the ished article offered at a fair price. Yesl And her home shows the result of this discrimination. Shod dy material show quickly so-call- well-mad- e, m Carpets. ored boys fought was wonderful, sim ply wonderful. They needed no urging on by tho officers, but ttiey kept right at the front without wavering or flinching a particlo. UNDEK SEVERE FIltE. "When wo swarmed over the summit of tho hill we were greeted by a severe fire from the reserve Spanish lines on a lino of hills 800 yards nearei the city than Sau Juan, and we had to dispose our troops in the old Spanish trenches and compel them to lie down to keep out of range of the Spaniards. It was while engaged in this duty that Capt. Ducat, who had shown wonderful cour age and daring during tho entire fight was wounded. Wo lay there in the trenches for nearly two weeks and then on the night of July 15th we were ordered to Siboney to do duty in the hospitals "We marched to Siboney there. through tho blackest night I ever saw The men had to hold each other's Lewis-Powe- ll. Jnai Lewis and Miss hands to keep together and we were Alice Powell were married on Wednes censtantly getting lost in the cane- day, February 1; loth of this county. brake and thick chapparal. BiiEAftEU-McGuirJohnli. Shearer, HEROISM AT SIBONEY. of Silver Creek, and Miss Lukittie It was at Sibonev that the true McGuiro were united in marriage on Thursday last the Hotel Zimmerby heroism of our darkey boys showed it Rev. Jasper K. Smith. The brido is a self. Theyere called out to nurse daughter of James McGuire, ofRockcas the sick and do police duty in the yel low fever hospitals and when volun tie county. teers wero asked for for this dangerous work over a hundred men came forward immediately. And they did To the wife of J. B. "Walk good work there, those fellows, and too Walker. or, at KIrksville, on Friday last, a. girl much credit cannot be. given them for It All of tho regiment was. on duty weight 7 pounds. Potts. -- On Saturday evening last, to in the hospitals, squads relieving each the wlfo of Robert Potts, of Whites other at intervals, and although thei duties were disagreeable and arduous Station, a girl. Pakkisii To the wife of E. G. l'ar--i in tho extreme, they never faltered risli, nee Miss Fannie Harcoutt, a boy never complained, and were at their posts always. Thoy were kept there on February 2, Frank Harcourt. Yates. Born to tho wife of Collins at Siboney forty days until August Yates on January 29 a 14 pound boy 20tb, and of the 500 men in tho regi William Bates. May he live long and ment just twelve escaped the fever or malaria." prosper. RELJGIOUS. bin, are visiting Mrs. T. S. Hagan, on west Main street. Prof. J. D. Clark entertained at din ner Thursday evening in honor of the rrandenniai (Jiub. Mr. C. F. Clay, Jr., of Paris, was tho guest of his sister at Madison Institute several days last week. Misses Fletcher and Patton. of Huutsviile, Ala., are the guests of Mrs. Kichard white Miller. Miss Bessie Miller has iust returned from the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Winn, of Winchester. Mr. Charles T Chenault, who has been the guest of his mother, returned to Winchester rriday. Mr. Clifton Thompson, of Mt. Ster ling, spent Friday in town shaking hands with old friends. Miss Susan Hume is tho cucst of Miss Esther Burnam, in Frankfort. She will be gone several weeks. Dr. M. C. Heath spent several davs last week with his daughter Mrs. A. II. Severance, at Stanford. Mr. U. M. Samuels has returned from Tennessee with his family to make Madison his future home. Rev. Dr. McCown, lato pastor of the Baptist church in this city, is very low with consumption in Louisville. Mrs. J. A. Boone, of Pine Grovo.Mrs. O. E. Bush, of WInchoster, was the guests of J. L. Powell last week. Mis. Tevis Wilkerson who has been the guest of Miss SallieTaylor has re turned to her home in Lexington. Mrs. H. R. Prewitt and sister. Miss Virginia Grubbs, of Mt Sterling, were the guests of relatives in this city last week Miss Ethel Terrill is expected homo this week. She will bo accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Vernon Beiare. of Frankfort. The Misses Mershon, of Stanford, are the guests rl Mrs. Robert Harris on Second Street Mr. and Mrs. Jo'm.J. Hagan, of dor- - town each day. Mrs. Hugh Riddell'a sister. Miss Shelby, of Lexington, visited Irvine from Tuesdsy until Thursday. Mrs. David Bergman returned Saturday from a few days visit to Lexington where she visited her daughter, Mrs Harry Milward. Mr. Davison, who has lately bought tho McAfee property, is improving it Draining pipes are being greatly. placed in his vard, tho wood house en larged and the dwelling Mrs. Oliver Bollz returned to her hUBband in Sandusky, Ohio, this week. She had been detained in Irvine quito awhile looking after her property and the welfare of hor brothers and sisters. Wednesday afternoon Misses Bessie and Annette Riddcll entertained in honor of Miss Louise Vaughn. At 2 o'clock chocolate was served then a literary contest began, which was greatly enjoyed by all. Miss Vaughn was tho fortunate ono in winning the"beau-tifu- l pincushion." At 4 o'clock delightful refreshments: were served Later a number of young ladies were seen descending "Mt Airy" with beaming countonanco expressing emphatically that the afternoon was profitably and enjoyably spent. The Rough Eider played' by the Colloge Hill dramatic club was presented at the court house Saturday evening for the benefit of the college at College Hill. Miss Gortrudo Throopo, daughter of Prof. T. P. Throope, formerly of this place, represented a Cuban girl She did her part nicely, as all who new her were sure sue wouui oo. ur. uriuer and Miss Wilson were also spleadid, in fact the wholo play was enjoyed and appreciated by the Irvine people. They dollars. Quite netted about twenty-on- e a number of young poople from College Hill ami Waco came on a pleasure trip with tho troop and all returned to their respective homes Saturday even ing except Miss dertrude ihroopo. who remained here with menus until Monday noon. -- "Will at s s s f e DON'T FORGET "That our line of Men's Boots and Shoes are the,,most complete and best in the city. I also cany a good line of .Cldthing and Overalls. My stock of goods is to "numerous too mention so will quote only a few prices that-arnow making them go: , - III U 1 an25-3m Mk ?fs aa ' WANTED EVERY ACTIVE SOLICITORS for "The Story or the Philippines" by Murat Halstead, commissioned by the Government as Offlcial Historian to the War Department. The book was" wiltten in army camps at San Francisco, on the Faciflc with neneral Merritt. in the hosnitals at Honolulu. In Hong Kong, in tho American trenches at .Manila, in tne insurgent camps wun on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey, and in the roar of battle at the fall Manila. Bonanza for agents. Brimful of ori silnal pic tures taken by eovermeni pnoiogn-pnerIs profits. the snot urge dock, ixjw prices treizuc nam. Credit riven. Drop .11 trashy .aureus, war cooks. umni ir- anolhcial V. T. Barber, Sec'y , mar InsmrCTCC isiage ocf.-6-lChicagd. Agui-jaldo, Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50c. Ladies' Vests, 15c. and up. Hose, 19c. Ladies' Spool Cotton, lc. and up. All-wool Blankets, 10-- for 3Sc. to $5.00. Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. 4, 100-Yar- d a Yards Lace, 5c. Handkerchiefs, lc. and up. Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and Up. Brown Cotton, 3ic. per yard. 12 . Spool Silk, 5c. i 7n Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. Overcoats, $2.50 and up. Always watch for my advertisement, I can save you money. SM Notice to Creditors All nartles holdinir claims against the est at o ot Jesse Newby, deceased, will present same properly vertHcd on or Deiore aiarcn zs, je or same will be barred. II. 11. ailLLilUJN. Special Com'r, Jan25-Iw ?fs s' ?jfs Creditors Hotice! All persons knowinc themselves indebted .to the estate of the late Dr. J. H. Foster will come forward nt once and settle or else accounts will be sued on. J. O. CHENAULT, Atty . tor Mrs. J. M. Foster. JanlS-t- f K0WEN Cor. Main and 1st Sts. - McKEE Richmond, Ky. 4S Ths Tfls 19s s - i!s "J- "- "- - - The Mountaineer. There Is more Catarrh in this section than all other diseases put together, and until tho last few years was supposed to be incurable. tor a great many years doctors pro nounced it a local disease, and pro scribed local remedies, and by constant ly failing to cure with local treatment, Science has pronounced incurable. nroven catarrh to bo a constitutional disease, and therefore requiresconstitu- tional treatment. Hall's catarrh cure, manufactured byF. J. Cheney &Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken Intern ally in doses from ID drops to a It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to euro. Send for circulars Address, and testimonials. F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75 cents. Hall's Family Pills aro the best, lm of the country Great ments offered. Semi-annual wear. CLEARING SALE is now going on and induceWe want to close out everything that pertains to winter This is our inducement: X1STRE NGSDx OFF FROM 1 - I 1 4 5 Men's and Young Men's Suits. Suits i off, Suits i off, Suits i off, Suits 1 off, Suits i off, 12.00 Suits i off,' now 13.50 Suits off, now 15.00 Suits i off, now.. 5.00 7.00 7.50 8.00 10.00 now now now now now 0 Shirt Worec TIF1 : $ 3.751 5.25' $2.00 2.50 5.65 3.00 G.00 . 4.00 7.50 5.00 Suits 9.fKT 6.00 Suits . 10.15? k 7.50 Suits 11.25 ' Knee Pant Suits, Suits i off. now. . . , n Suits i off, now Suits i off, now Suits off, now i off, now i i off, now off, now i : ; ..." $1.50 1.90 2.25 3.00 3.75 4.50 5.65 Men's and Young Men's $ hwtii PANTS.5.65 7.50 9.00 11.25 13.50 One-fourt- - Tea Cents for a Button. One Dollar for a Kip. HATS! $1.00 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.50 3.00 HATS? off, now off, now off, now SO, w bt .Louis. Mr. Frank Gofton, the cel ebrated Cincinnati Manufacturer, will be at our store and 6.00 7.50 10.00 12.00 15.00 18.00 th Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats i i i now. now. i off, now. i oft, now. off, off, off, off, now.$ 4.50 now The Celebrated Dutchess Pants. h off on these justly celebrated pants. $2.00 2.50 3.00 1.25 2.00 One-four- MARRIED. tE. Mr. George McRoberts, of Danville, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D, B. Shackelford last week. He returned home Friday. Mrs. Jane Patterson Cobb returned last week to her homo in Cynthiana after a very pleasant visit to Miss Mollie BRATED Off on all our CELEEMERSON SHOES. $3.50 Emerson Shoes 5.00 Emerson Shoes i off, now off, now $2.65 .... 3.75 Pants i Pants i Pants i Tiger Brand, Corduroy Pants 1 off, now 4.00 Pants i off, now 4.50 Pants i off, now 5.00 Pants J off, now Pants i off, now off now off, now off, now $1.50 1.90 2.25 95 Hats Hats Hats Hats Hats Hats Hats 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 $ 75 95 off, now off, now off, now off, now 1.15 1.30 1.50 if 1.90 2.25 1.50 3.00 COLORED SHIRTS. S 50 Colored Shirts 1 00 Colored Shirts 1.50 Colored Shirts 1- -4 3.40 3.75 oil, now -1 1- ofr. now off, now $ 38 75 1.17 February MIO, and we cordially invite every gentleman m the city and county to call and inspect his samples, and, if agreeable, leave orders for new shirts. They are the talk of the town, Fife. Miss Merritt Jones has returned from a visit to" Rev. W. R. Potter and wifo in Tennessee. Miss Jones also visited in Virginia. The... Rev. J. W..Tyler. pastor of the I T t '. rresDyieriim ciiurcii, nas just returned KirkBVille, from Madison county I f One-fourth OS on off, now off, now off, now off, off, all Our Other Makes! J v , OF SHOES. $1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.50 3,00 BIRTHS. We Offer Doziek. DEATHS Geo. O. Dozier, died in this CAPT. WVQANT'S gallantry. Capt "Wygant was himself one of the twelve fortunatcs. Maj. Markeley was the only other oflicor who escaped Although without illness Capt Wygant would say absolute! nothing about his own doings in tho fight and In the lever camps, others are not so reticent. All unite in say ing that lus gallantry was most cx ceptional. While tho regiment was re forming and taking its position on San Juaa's deadly summit, Capt. Wygant moved about the hill, exposed every minute to a very hail of bullets. He commanded his battalion at the hos pital camps and was untiring in his work tliere among the sick aud dying patients. He returns to this city recuperate from a nervous attack brought on by the weeks of aerve- rackiug'work and exposure in the hos pitals aud in the trenches. He has bee Mrs. Nannie Dozler, wife of city on At 55c. a Yard, New shades of Blue, For est Green and Brown Ol ives. Saturday. At $1.88 ders. a Yard, Spring Designs of Ax minster Carpets and Bor A $1.88 a Yard, Million. Near Million, on Monday Mrs. Matilda Million, wife ot W. B Million, aged 04. Burial yesterday. DEATnEKAOE. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Deatherago are rejoicing over tho birth of a ten pound boy,on Wednesday, February 1. Hisle. Sidney Hisle, a farmer, aged about 30, son of Wm. Hisle, of Fayette, died near Doylesvillo on Friday of con sumption. Wood. Wm. Wood, aged GO, died at Kansas City Jan. 27. He was born in Madison county, son of Jas. Wood 'deed., and brother of CImw Wood, of Collego Lawronceburg News. iho Uerraan ol Thursday evening was in every respect a success. Jit was attended by quite a number of young men irom neighboring towns. tion. W. K. liiacR, ol liaruourville. a law partner of Mr S R. B. Black, of this city, has gone to the former place on legal business lor a lew days. Prof. Gordon PaxtOn, of C U.: hns been confined to his room for the past geek with grip. Dr. Logan who has been ill also, Is now ablo to resume Ins duties at C. U. Mrs. M. F. Arbuckle attended the Poultry Show held in Louisville recent ly, Mrs. Arbuckle is an authority on poultry in Madison, and raises Eomo of the finest towls in the State. This will be your last notice Miss Esther Burnam will entertain All taxes due nf flormfln nn tlin AVnllinff nf tliA 1 lUi for 1893 taxes. for tho "As You Like it" ciab ooirom real estate win oe aa- Frankfort. She has issued quite vertised and sold on March number of invitations to friends here, and it is probable that a number of 6th, County Court day, all tax the young people will attend. due on personalty will be "Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Haldeman.Miss levied on at any time, and all Belle Haldeman, Misses Clara and An poll tax not paid at once will me Haldeman, of Louisville, .and Miss Margaret Buchanan, of Crab Orchard be garnisheed wherever left Louisville for will be possible to do so. You florida. to spend the rest ot the winter elected me to collect your tax, Some persons from the region may fol low them, Dr. ijlantcn, Miss Dickson trad that am sure to do. lite 1 Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes 1-- 4 .$ 95 J 1.15 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- J l3Q$ 1.70t 50 Gloves 4 off, now 1.00 Gloves 4 off, now 1.50 Gloves 4 off, now 2.50 Perrin Gloves 4 off, now 1-1-1-1-- GLOVES ! $ S8 75 1.15 1.90 4 now.. now - . 1.901 1-- 4 off, now off, now off, now, off, now off. now. off, n,v..T: oft, now. . . . off, novv -- lifeau TAXES. $ 50 1.00 1.25 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 Underwear Underwear Underwear Underwear Underwear Underwear Underwear 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 . .' Trunks Trunks Trunks Trunks : Trunks f Trunks v Trunks 1.50t G.00 Trunks 1.90$ 7.50 Trunks 8.00 Trunks '. . 2.25 , 2.25 1 $2.00 2.25 2.50 .$ 38 X 3.00 3.50 75 4.00 95 5.00 1.15 TRUNKS. 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- now now now now off,.now . . off, now off, off, off, off, . ; 4 4 off, now. . off, now offi now: . .. .: ;; . '..-. . .. t $1.50 1.70 1.90 2.25 2.65 3.00 3.75 4.50 5.(35 1-- off, now., 6.00 not last long as the prices we make will soon This great sale reduce our stock. ' JSow- is the time for all those that need anything for immediate use or for later use to buy. This is strictly a h off sale. one-fourt- it Naples-on-the-Gul- f, etc' Pans Kentuckian. Hon. J. N. Saunders, (C. U. '83) was giveji the honor of Introducing the lec turer, which no uiu oneny, uistoiuiiy and eloquently and his effort so pleased Uovernor Taylor tnat he remarked "There's gubernatorial timber in that young man which I expect to hear of Kentuckians using before many years. Then it was Saunders' time feel pleased auu ne ieit very ueciueiy so too, when the audience applauded the suggestion enthusiastically... ..Mrs. Talton Embry, of Cincinnati, was here this week tosee Mrs. A. H Severance, who is convalescing Stanford Journal. Respt., I n H. H. COLYER, -- H. J. STRENG, "The Clothier," "The Sheer," "The febl-4w "Sheriff. Finisher," "The Hatter." Drugs we do not handle, because we know nothing adout the drug- business, but Royal Wilton Carpets and Le tan. Mrs. Mary Jones Leigh, age Awarded Borders. The most dur 40. died at her homo near Paint Lick especially mentioned for bravery on HHrbest Honors World's Fair, able and desirable of all last Thursday morning of consump the ileld of battle and k now senior ' tion ;. burial Friday at Wallace's chapel Captain of the regiment. Carpets. She was a widow and leaves five chil Hill. DR; dren. Todd. HIS SON AT SANTIAGO. fin 35i U Hi.... CiF.BroweL&Co mais' and broadway, aaptl-ijC o Lbxjngtojt, Ky. , way, this city, on Mo&day, January Santiago as an enlisted mnbttk in the 30, Miss Nannie Todd, aged 36 years Third infantry; and m xeeeivjvl h Funeral ou Thursday noring, con commiBMon as a Second Lkntecunt in ducted by He v. W. R. Lloyd. Deceased tho same regiment, while in the was a. daughter of th 15 Frank Todd treselies, after the battle and More Um ww war ex fall of the city. ana leaves two broth tern. Another son of Capt Wjopwtt, J Stevens. Alva Stevens, aged 08, yornni, is saval cadet and participated dfed iiere last Friday, from psJyi In the blockade: of iuwi.' a wklow U. Harry Wyjraut ailed wilfc the 7aad pneumonia. He moi seven children, Mi. W. M. Bingo, ML BefBkra tor:ilatta la Vrttfty. Mm. SmEUrd, Riebard ad John pfc.ve, this city; Mr. Jm. Merritt Todd 8km, be grant joefcey, It n- Wjd.fer, and Mia. Hiram Taylor 3ftcd. bare! cleaned np sbumai jWatlMHMi. aud Wm. Stevens, Waoo. : Wygsmt, participated in rive At the resideaee on Broad; Capt Wy gant's eldest wm.. Hrrry of Mm BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE A'pure Grape Oeam of Tartar Powder. Vm a Ammoiiu'Alum or any other tduftcnat 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. We make, sell and apply. After more than 33 yean actual practical experience la the mekingv elllns and patting on or paint, we feel ecoe whst juatlHctt In c.almtafc that we know something more about the bMtnsas than those who haro for a short time aa clerics and dealers been scIUqk over the coaster palate canned incl Vetted of which they were unacquainted vritb the quality thecoWts. We guarantee to glre to the people cl this and Mljoiainfr counties better paints. uiu produce- better for leas mosey than any concern thie sM of the larger elite. Now mate a list ot. wanted from Whits Lead on, get figures trea all i then get onr flgare and if we are mot kwer anfi give you better goods than any ono etoe, we promise you that wont ask jro to buy. Remember we submit aasaplea for your iusaec-tio- Paints it - amasTBjaMI aBaaLaasssssssssisssW LZj'aLssaan' aatflaflaaBBLJaV aaaBsa3assss HBWaP You tell youf folks that when iiu need of anytbingTa'"th$ Hardware, TinjyarQ or Stove line, not to tl'ton until they geto the Old Reliable House of 1). B. SHACKELFORD & CO. J. .. . They are buyingfor. : p!U n. I r . -- And receiving the Largest aip. Most Cote pteie Sioc k (for thiTSprhigitrade), that ever canw; to Richmond. They have had,a life-tim- e ewwfenee in the hardware business and they think they Ismyw the people's wants. They are prtjpaw&dpjSbB ell you any tiling- in the hardware line for leas money than you can get the Same goods anywhere. Hoirljwhea you are not,, trading with S. & Co., just keep your hand on your rabbit - CASH; lwi n,ii mm. rt WCHMOSD, KY, tVfcabngSft aa twty wastaafare wholesale 4mW FaiaU, WU Panar, "Winand dow 3ba4as. Wkotaw Alatav OH, vanishes. ! Brubea, Artist and Painter mpplie? genera'ay . stock the larguat and prices always tbe.Jowest. 7R, ! D. 33. SW . ' Shackelford & Co. ST f JN A (Jandldale. tw ST. dta IIL nr GREAT SWE I SALE If A IS STILL GOING ON! Men's $3.00 Box Calf, Enamel, Vici.all styles. .$2.65 2.50 Shoes, all styles 1.95 " ' 2.00 Shoes, all styles 1.65 " 1.50 Shoes, all styles 1.20 The prices of Ladies', Misses', Boy's and Children's Shoes are cut in the same proportion as Men's 2 The people are taking advantage of the opoprtunity. The opportunity is to all alike. You can not afford to miss it. Everything in the way of WINTER GOODS MUST Qp. See our prices: Gov. Bob Taylor, who has been olio times out of number, and ought to know, thus describes a candidate: "Every honest man wlio runs for office is a candidate far trouble; for the fruits of political victory turn to ashes on the Hps. To me there is nothing In thH world so pathetic as n candidate. Ho is like a mariner without a compass, drifting on the tempest-tossewaves of uncertainty, between the smiling cliifa of hope and the frowning crags of fear. He is a walking petition aud a living prayer; he is the pack horse of public scntiiuent;-his the dromedary of poll tics. And even if he reaches the goal of his ambition lie will soon feel the beak of the vulture in his heart aud the fang-o- f the sorpent in lfis soul." d e The Busy Bee Cash Store Sends Greetings to their many Friends and Patrons, wishing them a happy and prosperous Hew Year for p1899. For Sale. one-thirA or one-hainterest in the best paying Daily and Weekly newspaper and Job ofllco In the Sonth and West. The plant is a first-claone,. consisting of fast Cot-tre- ll press, four jobber?, paper cutter, gas engine, 1,500 pounds new body type, an abundance otnew job and display type, and everything necessary nr oflice, and, desirable for a flret-clnwhat is better than all, it is waking good money and will pay 40 per cent, annually on the investment. To the right man I will give a good thing, but he must be able to do his part, either m an editorial, business or mechanical capacity. It is not for lease, but for sale to the right party, and the right man can get a bargain, and on good terms. Address one-fourt- h, d lf ss ss - I? Men's " " " " $3.95 $5.00 Stacy Adams Shoes, all styles 3.95 5.00 Buell Bootees 2.95 " " 4.00 Sole, Black and Tan, all 4.00 Heavy 2.95 st3Tles and widths 3.50 Heavy Sole, Black and Tan, all 2.95 styles and widths 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 lor them during the year 1899, and they can promise their customers many rare bargains in all lines carried by them during the year. E MOTTO ft HATS IU ALL STYLES AND AT YOUR OWE" PRICE! We want you to call and examine these goods and be convinced that these are prices never before known in Richmond. UNDERBUY, UNDERSELL, CASH ! Look out for our announcements in the local papers and circulars. They will always contain something to interest you, and our "LOW CASH PRICES" will save you money. Our first offerings for the New Year will be nice bleached Cotton, no dressing. 4c yard; Hope Bleached Cotton, Londsdale finish, 5c yard; Green Ticket Londsdnle Bleached Cotton, 6c yard ; fruit of the loom Bleached Cotton, Gc yard; Mnsonville Bleached Cotton, Cc yard ; best 10-- 4 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting, 15c yard ; .good 10-- Unbleached Sheeting, 12c yard; good yard-wid- e Jlrown Cotton, 3Je yard; nice Sea Island yard-wid- e Brown Cotton, 4c yard; AAA Trion Mills Brown Cotton, 4Jc yard. yard-wide 4 0 The Richmond Climax. RICE & ARNOLD,wsRi: -- Jno B. Gaines, Daily Times, Bowling Green, Ky. febl-2w Customers aro not limited as to the quantity of their purchase. We have our ware rooms full of all kinds of domestic goods and as long as these special prices are named on them customers can buy what they want. cigar. The best smoker, the Proctor Knott We will offer good calicoes at 3Jc; Ameiican indigo blue calico, 4c; new red calicoes, best brands, 4c; American shirtings, new styles, 3tc; Simpson's black and mourning prints, 4c Proctor Knott Cigar. FOE, SALE. Nice Cottage on Main street in Irvine, The Daughters of tho Confederacy with fourrooins and hall, and all nec- will meet with Mrs. J. M. Poynlz, Fri For sale cheap. day morning at 10 o'clock. essary ISM. S, For Particulars call at this office or Shot Through the Leg. write Miss Jank Damm Irvine, Ky. Win. Smith, of Whites Station, while l)r. Hobson, Dentist. East End Christian Church Entertainment. sitting in the waiting room of the L. & t orn is biing delivered at Taint Prof. R. C. Abanis will deliver an in N. depot at that place last Wednesday, I.i. k at $1 25 per hnirel. teresting lecture on Music-a- t the .Last accideutly discharged a 3S revolver, - The colored oity (school is fitiishod End Christian chinch on next Friday the ball passing through the calf of his ghl. A good quartette wijl be on leg and lodging; in the floor. The a ut ready for occupaniy. hand. wound was dressed by Dr. Win. MarButchers ami meat peddlers imiiit tin, of Kingston, and he is now recovTost Office at Cruichcr. f,.rk up $35 for city license. -- WE AIM To have our Clothing the best that can be made That is why you get here more value lor your money than elsewhere. We are Showing Some Beautiful Percalles tertain you at 5 Cents. en- Our Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats are We have just placed on sale the largest lino of Hamburg?, Laces, and Embroidery, ever shown in the city. This lino contains all the new things in Nansook Embroideries, Jaconet Embroideries, Swiss Embroideries match sets of all kinds, hand and machine made Laces of .all kimls. Our buyers have made a specialty of this lino and nothing-- has been left undone to make this department ono of the most important factors iu our immense business. We wish to call your attention to the fact that all prices named on Bleached CoUons and all domestic are subject to change without notice, to take advantage of this opportunity. Buy your spring cottons while you can get extremely low prices on them. LadieH, Our line of Embroideries will certainly for an hour or two, Call and see them. Our great line of Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums, Oilcloths. Rugs, Lace Curtrins and Oil Shades was never more complete. We liave no carried over goods in these lines. They are all fresh and new, new styles, new patterns, new pricos. We are naming prices on these lines that is a death blow to all competition. Call and inspect this line before you purchase. We have just received a new lot of American Lady and Featherbone Corsets. These are the most comfortable fitting corsets shown to the trade. Try one. Says it Works Like a Charm. in circulation ( GENERAL MILES. Crtitcher voting place. At present Cal- The pations of E. Deatherago & Co. illlH'Sn. We have some special good things in Ladies Jackmiles distant, is the nearest agree that their cash svsiem is bene- Take any of our SUITS and OVERCOATS at $12.50 east. three We are showing some special good things in Table -- J. V. A - A- - l'tord Mild 60 acres office. Mi. Piico Williams is circulat- - ficial ets and Capes left that we are closing outat justone half to all parties Cash gets a much and quoting special prices on them for a short Linens the original price. If Interested call and see them. of laud, near Maydiv-l-o J.J. Mooio for ug the petition. timo. If interested uskto see this line wlienyoa come in. larger quantity of grocories now and and they have the set and stj'le of Merchant Tai- per acre. il7."i0 and that renders the etiange instantly or's work. Can't Mis. It. Mi. J. W. Ballard has been on the Juht look at tho 6ign at the entrance satisfactory. In the couroo a month Ask lo see them Ws are Agents lo? lie "Tops?" Brand ol Hosiery. Our SUITS and O YER OOATS at $8.00 received the hii-many dollars, are saved, in the course, you come ia, list at her Whites Station home for betwoen Bice & Arnold's and Armer of a year perhaps one whole month's the past week. same care and thought in tailoring as the higher Arcade and you will have no trouble in tf B. finding Mit-- s Temple Oldham's milli oxpenses have been saved. Terrill, son of-- N. Mr. Arthur grades. Every thread of warp and woof is of pure Let Daniel Rest. Terill, was admitted to the practice of nery store, winch is up stairs, uer All winter goods have felt the keen edge of our cold steel and prices have been made wool. Friday. law last stock of millinery is very completo and Tho Begistor calls the attention of on winter Boots and Shoes, winter Overcoats aud Clothing, Blankets and Comforts, Flanjan2o-lthe local D. A. II to the proprelty of l'utts .v. Duureon, o( Whites Station, sho invites an inspection. nels, etc., that is bound to move the entire iot. Get our prices on all lines of winter goods euteiiug tLo contest with Missouri bought of J. W. Adams, S00 barrels o Supervisors Complete Their Work. before purchasing. overthe bones of Daniel Boone, whose corn delivered at $1.35. Tho Board of Supervisors, composed .tombstone at Frankfort is fast crumb3rou Wager & Cohen bought of Col. Jno. f X. 15. Deatherago, 11. C. Broaddus, ling away. To bury the dust of the Squire lluguoly, Sanford Oldham, I). Harris 3:1 hoad of extra nico 1000-lb- . great pioneer at Boonesboro, this counUnloaded heifers at 3?4'c. also a load of hogsatSJr. Win Bemon. G. W. Ballew. and T. J. ty, while sulllciently sentimental, Curtis, complotod their work on Mon- would bo truly to "bury" them, for the A most desirable residence on day. There is a decrease in everything site of the old fort is twelve miles from a Broadway for rent. .See notice and call xcept farming land, which is railroad, on the river bank, and is in on Mrs. Thompson Ramsey. 4,GuO. The total asbossessed The latest things in Wash Goods of all kinds will be shown by us iu season. You undated in times of high warer. Let Mrs Harriet L. Campbell has given aluation of the county, as corrected Boone s don't have to go the larger cities to buy what you want. We will show during the year rest where they are, remains up housekeeping and taken a room and reported to the court, is $S,557,210, 1899 a stock not surpassed nor equaled in any of the larger cities. Give us a call. Satisfy where thousands can view them, in Increase of $5,710 over the assessed with Mr. and Mrs. C IS. Woods. in capital city of our State, overlook' the yourselves before going elsewhere. And again wishing you a prosperous New Year and of 1S0S. The Climax did an unusally good aluation lug tho river on wliobe banks in this thanking you for past patronage, we are very respectfully, 215 WHITE FRONT. liiminera on Mondav. We still have by Good Horses Beginning lo Pay. county be made- - tho first settlement in several hundreds the largest list of sub Matt S. Cohen bought of J. T. Hugu- - Kentucky. worth' $10,000. "This is a graceful act, persons in the store and every one ol " wriliers. ley, of Danville, an extra nico Rc- EverYOne Presenl Favored Expansion, but with momories of other days When them was named Bill. We asked Heathman, of Nowby, old gelding, by Winks, 2:20. he by malleable Change of Sentiment. Prof. by it was that they did not call some Our friend was foremost in the esteem slipped and fell during the heavy sleet C. F. Clay, 1st dam by Wickliffe by Clark Responsible. of everybody who knew him, we can f them William or Will so thev could last Sunday and broke Ins leg below Geo. Wilkes. 2nd dam by Dictator, (lam Despite the fact that several "warm not repress the thought that there is be more easily distinguished, and be f .Mattie II . 2:1.1$, and 3 others in tho the Knee. speeches were made against the colo nothing too good for Thomas A. Rice. sides said he, "William is mom pro RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN lit. nial, imperialistic, or expaiisjtm vques- - 'The Bullgine Busted And Tho lloss Ran per." Some one telegraphed the Times 3rd dam by Edwin Forest. Price tion when that subject was debated by 'Hardly, in all cases," answered that Madison's assessment was increased Away." paid, 5300. This fellow is considered the Prandeunial Club, at its la.it meetBill Howe," for I would think,"' he $7n.o00, when the fact is it is only "The editor has been confined to lm bv all to be ono of the very highest ing with Prof Clark, when the time about $5500. bed several days with a severe attack of continued, "a duck would make rather types of au Eastern horse, and judging came to sit down for supper everybody grip, which accounts for the thinness of poor out shoveling up dough with a Horace Dmier bought if T, K. from his age and price, It plainly shows William." took the affirmative side and such "ex our news columns this week." Marshall his house aud lot known as that it pays to raise good horses. The above innocent explanation ap pansion" has not been witnessed here Full Particulars ol Rev. Hornsby's Esca the Urins Daathonigo place, at Itod He Was Ill hly since the last picnic." One member peared in the last issue ol our 'steemed Mr. Scliafhausen Died. pade. House, for $275. expanded until tho lesponsibility was neighbor, the Register, and wo beg Respected Citizen. The Climax is indebted to the editors The following wills were offered for and they thus to extend our heartfelt commiserT Tare a Cold in One Day Paul Perry, of CohiiubUB, Ga., sufFor Sale. Tho announcement of tho death of too great for his v?6t butious the gay preacher will soon be appre fered agony for thirty years, and then Take Laxative unhateon Monday: Jos Heathman, Gerhard Schafhauson, the well known ;ave way to the universal sentiment in ation. Being aware of Davis' trials and of the Winchester Sun for this full ac- - hended. I will F.ell my resideuco o' 1'ie Sum- cured Ids Piles by using I)e Witt's AU druggists Bromo Quinine Tablets. lihimbus Perkins, Naunie Todd, B. S tailor.on Friday last, was received with favor of sudden and abnormal growth tribulations of the recent past, we are couut of the recent sensation created if to "Rumors aro current that this is not mit at a bargain, if I can sell during the Witch Hazel Salve. It heals injuries cure. 2oc. Therefund money L. it failp on n a slate of wonder how he succeeds by the elopement of Iiev. Tlios. Horns- Hunting, II .S. Clark, Alva Stevens. genuine lias It. Q. expiessions of profound regret in many Hereafter tho sul ject will bo debated tho ltev Hornsby's first escapade. It month of February. "Will rent house and skin diseases like magic l)oug-la- s each tablet. Hoy novtMim & Wells. ith stiict legard to the acquisition of in issuing a paper at all. His oflice by. the wtll known Uaptist "Cow See tho Big steel Bange iti Douglas portions of tho community. His long and Miss Annie Todd, is said that in 1S5K he was driven from from purchaser. Silver lias been found on the farm of great residence here, his honesty, industry, outlying territory and not the con was lately moved from the commodious Evangelist," & Simmons' show window. Tho sv J.D. Clakk. feb The steamer Bhynland is still Iowa Park, Texas, at the point oU pisaughter of I. D. Todd, this county: Louis Powell, near Harrodsburg. elghs over and courtesy, attached to him many sumption aud assimilation of suchde- - quarters in tho Moberley building to aground. est invention of the age. On her proposed visit to Clark tol 'in the hands of an irate husband Schlr-gel- 's Notice. the tobacco bam in the rear of ii nniimk and at a price which will iriends who mourn his death. lie was lightlul spreads as Prof. Clark's. II Can Not t9 Proven whose domestic relations he had interFrank Sherwood was down town toart gallery, and as fast as one county, Miss Todd vasaceompanled by fered with ; also that he created a scanThe Eclipse Studio over Madison day, 71 years old, was born in Germany, and Two Ridiculous Questions Asked at Teach induce you to buy. the first time since he had his tus- that Dr. Bell's Miss Power. At Winchester Is the busiblunder disappeared another hove in friend, sle with cholora morbus. He says he best cough and lung remedy uu earth charge of a church in National Bank, will discontinue er's Examination. 'Expansion" was tho subject dis came to America 4U years ago. liebig press slipped an ec Miss Todd informed her companion dal while in sight. The s after Feb. 10. Parties desiring drove thirty miles after he was taken, unless you will try it If you do this son, Mr. Joe S'chafBowan county, this State, some years ness cussed at the meeting of tho Prauden- - leaves a wife. .and Our attention has been called by a centric in tho right hand sand box, that she was going on tq Paris to at this firm should se- - and never came so near ding in his and don't agree with us, you get your pharmacist at B I.. and received peremptory notice photographs from when ho goes out in Whon oat hausen, the Miss Power was ago, After nial Club last Tliutfi-ilayahoy! teacher f this county lo some then the low ceiling prevented- - the tend a wedding. Jciire sittings at once. Prices will re- - life. country this will take a bottle of 25c back quick, right whore vou buy it. his congregation to leave." he ing time came all wero on tho affinna' ridiculous problems in anttiiiietic feeder from opening his mouth without much surprised and tried to dissuade from mpin low and work No the The dipththeria score at Morganfleld Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DiarWise Words on Work House. five side of the question. hieh were recently mbinitted to the crushing Ids skull, and then the edito Miss Todd from her purpose, but with The Irvine Sewing Society meets such work will bo turned out at my rhoea Bemedy with him. Missouri Is over, there being no new cases re. Valley (Iowa) Times. For wile by ported. Soino cynical Parisians have been county teachers, and if the iitato Su rial room had to be expanded which out avail. Being questioned as to every Tuesday. The ladies are trying prices after I close my business. Yon should bv all means beo Doug' febl-lPerry & Thomas. whom she knew in Paris, Miss Todd to make mouey to add now books to jinll-4w- . 3. II Kino. A. bimmons' Syracuse plows; they heard to remark that Paiis needs a perintendent is guilty of propounding kept Davis on the street for a week in las library. Healthy, happy children make bet Paper Company for her petty criminals and the State Board of Llucatlon is the cold. Lastly the engine froze up would only say that Brother Hornsby tho Sunday school The International ate guaranteed to be the best built and workhouse Kudyard Kipling arrived iu New ter men and women of na all. A little was there and that they were especte I has acquired more plants. on the market ; more than she does a public library ctiiltv of approviug them, then the and "busted," aud 3Ir. Pickels said "O, York from Liverpool. hgliest running plow VALLEY VIEW care and a little planning before birth remarks are in order. thunder." The wonder is that lie and to bo present at the wedding. She for the olito. And tl.ov are not far woodcock's new year, keep To insure a at a very reasonable price. anything CUBAN RELIEF enres the liver clear happythe body vigorous is often more important than the'inoih-er'- a continued on her journey, leaving her the rest did not, like the engine, freeze wrong, at that. The average mgro Here are two of the silly questions: and that can be done niter. On Sowers, ol Baldwin, was in CinW. P. The suit of John K. Gibson, BMlHVl V. health and strength depend dm Bough 1 27.5 barrels of sugar for $153.75 up too. But you can't keep Davis down friend behind. Next day Miss Todd .milltM SinrKtnmiirh by using De Witt's Little Early Bisers considers a jail sentence as merely np tobacco. the famous little pills for constipation and the future of the children. A wiak of tho late E. U. P. Palmer, to invitation to spend a low months in a and sold it at $3.02$ a barrel; what did Come over, follows, and get warm wrolcfrom Cincinnati to her mother. cinnati last week with aged lady, step- end Summer Cotnplalau. l'rlce. 25 Cents. and liver troubles. Douglas & Wells. Tilda Million, an and sicklv woman rniinut lipnr slrmir- re. over S5.000 on the life of tho latter Sold When spring arrivesyou can return to informing her that she was there with a mother of George Million, died near White. by Perry & Thomas Successors to W. O. winter resort where ho can be fed and it bring a barrel?" and healthy children. J Inst of the wek- wedding party ; that they were going Million, last Sunday night. in the New Yoik Mutual was contin William Miller, colored, was hungat nets oi women ic utterly inexciisab e. expense Tho A farm had. two of its four sides your bird cage. housed at the The Tin Plate Trust is said to have Lagrange to Mt. Sterling, and that she would re ued to the April term of Ciicult Court, need of a workhouse for tho black and parallel aud two not parallel; distance Fridny morning for crimi- Proper care and proptr medicine will The young people of this place en- - acquired control of the tin bar mills. Did any of Thcso Bills Strike Billy Patterson? euro almost any disorder of tlm femiturn home in a few days. ioyed themselves Hugely at a no pnny nally assaulting Mrs. Leet. J mice Scot ovei ruled tho motion white thugs, young and ohl, who infest between parallel sides, 75 rods; Iengtl nine organism. Dr. Pierce's Kiivorbtt Paint Lick is a little village 12 miles "Two or three days later another let at tho home of Mr. H. C. lil'.iott, Usi These are dangerous times for the Loui.-- e bides, SO rods and 110 for a iuw trial, iu the case of Paiis, is only too apparent, ana their of Oae Good Dose Piescriptinii has been tested in thirty health. Croup, colds and throat troufrom here, directly on the Madison and ter came to Mrs Todd, it was post Saturday night v. City of "Itichniond, for $5C0 labor would bring the city a revenue. rods, respectively; flud area iu acres,' Garrard line, Willi population so small marked on a Cincinnati aud Chatta' The Barker Cedar Co. is receiving bles lead rapidly to Consumption. A of Dr. Bell's on retir- years of piaclico. It is healing. strengthening It is This labt example was submitted to damages for burning household effects Paris Keiiitickian. more logs on tho rise in tho river this bottle of One Minute Cough Cure used ing, 6tops a cough, relieves croup, or in its operation and isy binall-po- x the foremobt mathematician in Ken that it is hardly noticed on tho map, nooga railway mail car, and was from time than they received before. The at the right time will preserve life, cures a cold, and insures quiet rest and natural thousands of w eak effect,Iihvh scare here last during the Court Items. woiihmi health and a. large amount of money. refreshing sleep, it is harmless. Babies its use, others) pronounces yet to say that there is about forty p0' her daughter. J he absence of anyac- - river is on a ''dtandstill." ucky and he (and year. been made strong and health- y- hav Douglimits by the name of Bill dress on 'the inside showed that the Tim Rmnhnrn Lumber Co. received Pleasantlo take; children like it. love it- - All mothers who have used it been made the mothers Auctioneer Prowitt reports having it incapable of solution. 'Hie first ex pie s . las & Welh recommend it. Try a 25c bottle from healthy children. Taken of stromr Joe Bales, of Richmond, and Win sold tweiitv-ou- e head of horses and ample answers its own question. $3.G2 would cause oue, unacquainted witli erring girl was anxious to conceal her a great many lorsonthe present Use. during gestadruggist. forty feet and it tion, at makes chrildbirth easy mid Bobb, of this county, luvo contracted mules, ranging in price from $G 50 to A snow slide caused a railroad wreck your he wrote in substance The marigraph shows i a barrel, although tho purchaser was a the place, to think that the inhabitants whereabouts. tlie lowianas nuiio it people painless and insures the well I o in Colorado. with 1). B. Hamilton for 1.000 lamb, to $10. Quay is dictating special legislatii n went into thousands. that she was with Brother Hornsby; the register in any higher. fool tor selling sugar so cheap. not ing of both mother and child, s n in Pennsylvania, weigh 05 pounds and upwards, in good till times that they loved each other; that thf Bills can be seen there at The Modern Way W. S. Jones sold a bunch of heifers But the examination paper lies be 21 cents in one-ceA Hayseed from the country waUod stnmps to WorloSi c condition, July and August delivery. to Matt Gibson at aud scores Lord was their sfiepherd; that it was into the Clmax cilice a rew uays ago, Commends itself to thn well informed, PIat4j0t CUBAN OIL cures Dispensary Medical Association. Itutlu-lfore us, "Approved by the State Board by twos, fours, Y-- , and at $5.05 per cwt. Winchester Domo They better for them to be .together and andfmnd tl e Keid shaking, the Hart to do pleasantly and effectually what N. Dr. PiercesV l'lXVt lOSIlvi d Cut, Baron, Bruises, Joe McCo'rniick sold 53 head of of Education," who are guilty of liav in any direction you may look. waa wait-- r was formerly done in the crudest manthe Miller crat. are of all ages, sizes, sorts, conditions happy than to be separated end heart paining, and nil readv to who and Sores. Price, 25 cents. page "Common Sense Medical Adviser," stnckejs lo J. B. Adams, of Lincoln, ing supplied more euch silly questions bounce on tlm ner and disagrfeably as well. To i,i inm.. ... . profusely illustrated. winter cleanse the system and break up colds, Sold by Perry Si Thomas, unccessors to W. The ground hog, failing to obeerv $17.50. whose vwiSKere that have been "appioved" and used at and genders, lroiii the literati to theig- broken; that they had been to Canada Hajs-P- d, norauti, the wealth! to the pauperi..On and were going west. She quoted co winds had blown through for lo these headaches, and fevers without un- Q. White. J. W. Walker, of Morgatifleld, will his shadow, because there was no snow and low ther- our teacher's'cxaiiiinations. With a four-incThe Danville Court house is to be one occasion, not longago, at a Paint piously from the Bible to justify their many v earn. WhtfulOaiui oenniu ine pleasant after effects, use the delightful open at hotel in Corydon. shadow, begs to notify tho public mometer Mond.ty's court day was fairly .f thn vrasioii told the Hayseed liquid laxative remedy. Syrup of lugs. improveand some badly needed A Blue Grass Farm For A Presenl. Lick church, there waa oue pew in the action and seemed to think they had through the columns of the Cuhax well attended. 800 cattle in sight, at that the commotion in tho ofllcelorce Made by California Fig Syrup Co. ments made in. the temple of justice. PMamiNUDIAN TEA cures Dyspep. done nothing wrong. About eight years ago Mr. Thomas House filled exclusively witn Bill's. of the aloresaiu nay($1.25 por year, in advance; now is the was tho result a KlUiVl $ gia, Constipation and Ind.i--. 3to5ceuts 00 mules on. market About this time Hornsby tele seed's forgetfulnesa in not mentioning The Russian Ambzswdor at Berlin ( kamliprlaln's L'o!;h Krim-il- Ahvajs time to subscribo!) that winter is eve carload went to Carrillieis & Beard at A. Bice, a native of this place, and Iargt; crowd was standing outside gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 ctr. -- well ttley proeeeueu 10 was stricken by paralysis and is iu a Miss rihanks, a popular and attractive front of tho door, just before preachiug graphed from Atlanta, Ua., to a gentle- tho fact that I'nives KBrclual. and that spring will begin, as lieroto $C0 to $83 a hcaih Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. ilnyseeil over me coais.umii critical condition. young lady, daughter of Mr. S. H began, and one boy starting in the man in this city, who had befriended Hall n the stepped fore, ou the first day of April. Thai e are no better medicines on the Q. White. anu men me nem Had-ein Announcement. Mr. Combs' Formal Shanks, of Stanford, wero married, and house, turned to his chum, and said him, that his wife was improving, aud blushed, the Hart ceased ita panting, The Providence telephone line now' market than Chamberlain's. Wo have Most All Druggists Big Tobacco Sale. tiBd the Cough Kemcdy when all others has connection with llemlresun athl' Mobckley, Ky , Feb. C 1890 the unanimous opinion of friends of tho "come on, Bill," when every Bill pros the natnral inference is that both and tho Miller douo his turn as the and sell you what you ask for. Some few failed, and in every instance it proved glossy Mr. II. N. Beaslcy, Paint Lick's to To the Democrat! of 3ladwm Coutity, Ky. groom was as complimentary to hiin out thought the call personal and fol Hornsby aud Miss Todd are there, tho Gentry brushed his to "do lockr Hay- win ask vou tiling- - which tney riaim is effectual Almost dally we hear the Morganfieid. .. a Funny to say they all look latter without the knowledge oi Horns told them In trying ol tobac-c- j was that of thebnde lowed. bacco king, sold 100 hogsheads Having been urged by my matty if possible, as somewhere made a dry just as good." A little more profit yirtues of Chamberlain's remedies exseed they had Mr S. A. Faikler, tho ' TW 11 Dr. Jiave used them. host of friends concerning her. V seats together, and there were sixteeu by's wife. last week to X. K. Foster, of Win- friends to announce myself for tolled nan oit uu ...l.nln lntcinnGd XJAt J'.SS. induces llioin to do this. cough,Boll's Thia isby thoso who puff, paid fnratso Micanopy (Kla) Hustler,Editorhisf wife viuiu uuaiiic-'a- . cold is tho best with day or two before the scandal AY. not an empty bench. To call for "Bill A J chester. ion- to the noxt General Assembly of were of thoso who had known Mr Billa on ono and grip cure. After you try it once much a line, but ia voluntarily given in and children, suffered terribly Kentucky, I take this opportunity Rice lor many yens, and who had, iu Paiut Lick, a dozen voices can be was made public t an appeal irom you will like it too well to accept any good faith, in the hope that fullering ' Mr. White Will Announc?. For Rent. once, and to get tho Horusby, who was lieu at Atlanta os it humanity may try tliese remedies ami. waa tho onlyOne Minute Congli Cure, substitute. of aunouncing to my friends my inten found liini to be a gentleman of spot- heard answering at remedy that help them Mr. Jno. F. White asks the Climax tion "f again making the race. I shall less honor, and beloved and respected Bill desired it always necessary to call tensibly iu distress on uccountof the On corner of Broadway and BMreet like the writer, be beneflitted. Frorn Tho Cruiser Buffalo reachwl Manilla the ilenville(W. Ya Pathfinder. For It acted quickly. Thousands of othr a commodious two story frame dwelling to stato that at the proper time he will subject lo the will and action of the everywhere he was known. So that his uamo in full then oftentimes you illness of his wife, was answend with he g run from New sale by Perry & Thomas. teui-iusn thH remedy as a specific announce his candidacy to succeed Democratic party. I feel that my ex his marriage to a most worthy and ex have to add the word senior or Junior, liberal remittance by a prominent citizen house of seytm rooms with v,eiamla aud after a Ia l is also stated in tiie bay window on front, laige India above York. Clerk, notwithstandhimself as County The new Methpdist parsonage at Ful Grippe, an its exhausting after eifeots. General Assembly cellent young, lady aroused our deep for on many occasions there are four or of Winchester. It periencein the last that Hornsby obtained anil I'clow mining through the center. dispatches ing reports to the contrary. La Grippe is again epidemic. Every ton has- been completed and ia a very Douglas k Wells. will enable me to accomplish moro est concern and fondest hopes for their five Bills of the same name present. When a Pain; Lick Democrat gets i money from parlies at Shelbyville in in hall below, a place for elovo which precaution should he taken to avoid it. handsome abode. The diys won the local option elecmore useful to my peo happl'.csfl through life. Mr. Bice re good and to be . Indian Sklelelons Foand. .1 specific cure ia One Minute Cough 1.1L same manner. mi lm usetl lor iicaiuiK uio mime its tion at Providence, Webster county, pie in the next Genoral Assembly than inaiiicd steadily at his desk as operator, politics the first effort he makes is to the Cure. A. J. Sheper.l, publisher AgricuWin. Peal dug into an Indian mound aatl Eaema, "Miss Todd is a splendid organist and house, besides nice gratea aod mantles ltural-Journal Tetter, Saturday. agent, and finally train dispatcher for get the support of all the , Bills, and i and Ajdvertiser.Eldeo, my ilrst or present term on his farm two miles east of Paint I was in The intense itchiag and Bmarting inci one will be disappoint most responsi he succeeds iu doing tins-- lie is more had frequently assisted,, Hornsby on in each room, double parjors, ward Mo., says: Democrats of Madison county, I ask the L. & N. B. It., the Ill a recent letter from Wailiington. Lick, and unearthod Jwo- - Indian skele evangelizing tours by conducting robes, china closet, pantry and cellai ed in using One Minute Cough Cure for lent to thcso diseases is instantly allayed examine my record while actin ble position in the telegraph depart- than likely to pull througl , for outo his Chamberlain's Eye tnd D. (J , to an old friend, Maj'.r G. A. J applying quick Grippe.' Pleasant tons. Tho bones were all Well pre vou to friends the whole number, strange to say, not tho musical exercises., Horusby has under kitchen also, back pqlreh House La act. Douglas & Wells.lo take, jltia Oiuti&ent. Many vciy bad snsc Snider, for twenty yearn United Mates your Bepresentative, anil if you find ment. He made and retained to served and aic now on exhibition at as n are Republi held meetings in Winchester aud at newly papeud and will.be i?,ewl.v paintiave bsea permanently cmjed by it. it CotiMii jit Singapore" says: "While at that 1 was honest and true to the trust among the highest officials as well as more than a - Bennett II. Mr. Peal's home. Col.Scarlet fever has made it appearance is cmally e8ctont fcitchmg piles and Dp rloiniH 1 became n"cqtiaintd with various parta 'throughout tho county ed aasixm ti the weather vfill permit. repose I In mo. I feel that you will ainoag theoperatives. Citizens, too, all cans x t nvone remedy for tore Apples x liniintnf known as Cham! et loin's in Daviess county Young, please take notice. labored, honA few dayi slnco a Ui.iMAX nv. and was held in high esteem by those Good size fio n and back yiiird, several mappta! feaads, cliilbjalaa. frostbites Pain Balm, which 1 founilrxcellriit again junior mo as you nave untc re- - every station where he Hill Kish, tWKlfci- - who met him atidjieard his powerfu An Important Ai&ihen fruit trees, gcape vines, liirgo" cistern 5 cts. per box. agaiuet rhemuatb'm a well a iigaiit. Lost Package. .uul chroate son eM. ored and rtspectcd Tom Bice as a true was present when fore done, and I promise jou thai) ...... t . .1 5 . t.t. sermons. ami flower pits, rich ghlon, well to the list of the world most valuable soninesa of tho throat and cht(ri-ingm- e On last Siturday, Jan. 28, a package will exert my every energy for tho good man aud friend. It is no wonder, there ling rami jack uruggi4i,yt;t:iH-- ' nut . . jsnd Hide of r are Irt, CastyS Caadttt mneb'twder breathing ) 1 h- 1 I. I). Todd, father of the girl, bt lenceo, pavemuiii on iiu-i.ono of the clerk, Bill Galloway over medicines U Dr. Brll's Pine express wagon be- or my constituents and the welfare of fore, that his father-in-lawas lost from the inet what a bono seeds whe in bad early store lo get a dollar bill. Mr lieveathe coupje were manied at, Cin- lot.' Sifted on a konti Hi fit., iu a HaruiltfM m its nature jet almost in couOi&m. Tonic, blood parittar toil a touch or pneumonia freely this tveeki Pack-ag- o leading citizens of the, county of Linmy country. Thanking you for what tween L & N. depot and office. applied tn and applied coMvenent fallible in tin action. itU Undoubtedly venmroa. opinion Jennings told liiui that thre were cinnati aed has sworn out a warrant for doirable. neighbprlwod. Tney are mt loo t'giC.ici'ins nstww kmiwti to- throat aad rhmA Mkvrd ue of It at was addressed to G. G. Corzelius, you have dope for me hi the past, and coln, has jolued m tho universal the apply tUv nwt t a fMK'V. I WQttfci M)4 b Wilh'llrt it fi'T rM soy llornsby'a arrest, charging Him with to the city sciioww. if citrinur"1 cnugliN. cold, anl km taeOiofaSn the beat fa wlto and contained insurance policy. Lib- earnestly soliciting your votes once of Mr, Rice, and gives expression t horeto- eoven Hills present, but sorry lo at anniC dred diteaieM. Good drmMiwt elt lint tore fa prime oooUttan. 'Prlca to Mrs ThomiKftM! a Itaail- all of the dollar bills were atieetit.. It biprimy. Tin Chksf-o- f Polit at by settliBjc upon his will be paid lor tho return again, I am respectfully yours, ' eral reward Matt par pefcafa. fcbl-lj 29c ou ITirttuw. guarantee. r doubt placr. ebS-2f- c Mm Hftu Gmw Unix, estimated to h k a fact that then were only Men !its hw btaii notified, ard to Adams Express Co. Capt. Thomas Thorpe is, we nro -- lad to slate, out again aftor a 6evore Mr. F. C. Shrewsbuiy 6ays a petition for a post office at ering rapidly. ReadytoWear rak -- There is no other stand that can clothes as stylishly and as serviceably as we can and at so little price, Same old stand, but much larger. IIP? lm hi S vaT w5 wjvaxA Covington Mitchell. -- W. D. MM & COMPANY. - ' 1- -1 lirst-clas- s. tax-pave- non-parall- el V-wb- y, in-it- n-- 3. nt half-doze- r o, Bhea-matis- m ie h u" t rc-el- fnnn-LaGtipp- record-breakin- m fr 1 Satt-lHtei- m -- hclf-tlozo- j Tar-Hon- e. ?&?. h m to Bon-in-la- m HON. G. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, W. V"a., Here's Ycnr Ckuce. Surae Extraordinary Offers by Tho Climax. Gapsules.f PAHKEKsnnna, W. Va., January 26t1995K' ?; j Tiie Wmairr Med. Co., r Coluinbfis, Ohio: " Tho Climax wants five liunred new subscribers by tho first of tliencw year. In order to reach this end, some extraordinary inducements will bo made. Until further notice the following will bo offered to subscribers. Your Doctoi of the notable events, from first to last, with the promptness of a daily. The victory of Dewoy at Manila, the death of Ensign Bagjey, tho movements, of troops and fleets, the destruction of Cervera's fleet, the operations In Porto Rico, the treaty and the unfurling of the stars, and stripes over Morro Castle, Havana, were all given in tho Weekly on Monday, on tho very day the nows first appeared in the daily. The Weekly Constitution makes a special feature of its agricultural page, which is presided over by colonel It. J. Itedding, director of the Georgia experiment farm, and a man who ia as an expert on all agricultural topics. He gives a full page every week on agricultural matters. A page is devoted to the wsmen and .a page to the children, th.so two departments being presided over by Mrs. William ALL WOMEN Should know that the "Olil Time" Eernedy, The Climax and Tho Weekly Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. been using Gentlemen: I haveBince NovemWright's Celery'Capsnlea The Climax and the Home ber, 1S04, and find them to be as and Farm, $1.30 I first bessra taking, them while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treat- THE EXCEIENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS The Climax and either ment for Sciatic Itheumatum. Liver and Stomach trouble. Constiition which I is due not only to tho originality and the .Cosmopolitan, Mimsey's hail been a long sufferer. I found the simplicity of the combination, but also or MeClure's Magazine, $2.00. Celery Capsules gave mo great relief to the caro and skill with which it is The Climax and the Louisirom the beginning and have used them manufactured by scientific processes ever since. With pleasure, and unsoknown to the California Fio Svrup ville daily evening post, $3. licited, I recommend them to any and Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all suffering with like afllictious or either The Richmond Climax and all the importance of purchasing the Very truly yours. recom-monded- Tour doctor knows all abouJf' foods and medicines. The next timo you see- him. just ask him what ho thinks - Knows .- scon's Emulsion Oil with Hypo- of phesphitas. Wo ara willing to trust in his answer. years doc- For twenty-fiv- e tors have proscribed bur Emulsion for paleness, weak ness, nervous exhaustion, and for all diseases tuat ccause loss in flesh. color .and its i Its creamy pleasant tasto make it es pecially useful for thin and delicate cnlldren. No other preparation of cod- livor oil is like it Don't loso timo and risk your health by takinn; something unknown and untried. Keep in mind v. Cod-Liver ed l3tho best forPeasIeTrooM. Corrects all Irregularities In Female Organs. Should be taken for Chaste ol Lite and before Plia.'crs "OM Tine" Rcnrftcs Uavo stood the test lor twenty years. Chat- Madooulrby KcwFpencvrtledlciaoCo., Perry & Thomas-druggist- of them. T. CaLBWSIA. Sold by T. S Hagan, Druggist Price per box. 5c oats and $1.00 samDle. Call atdrug-stor- e 6- and get fre ClIAKLKS WttshallCiL Commission Merchants.. Battls, ip and Sheep, Courier-Journa- l, true and original ' remedy. As the Twice-a-wee- k genuine Syrup of Pigs is manufactured both for one year $1.60 by the California Fio Srnop Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will The Climax and "Weekly assist one in avoiding the worthless Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the CaliThe Climax and Ohio Farm, fornia Fio Srncp Co. with the medi- $1.90. cal profession, and the satisfaction which the 'genuine Syrup of Figs has The Climax can 'also fur- V murrrr'OTnw given to millions of families, makes has stood tho test for a the name of the Company a guaranty ' nish any paper published in quarter of a century. of the excellence of its remedy. It is the United-State- s or Europe 50c and $i 00; all druggists. far in advance of all other laxatives, SCOTT & BOWNE, Chtmlils, New York. as it acts on the kidneys, liver and at reduced rates. bowels without irritating or weaken-ip- g AN EXPERT TURNED DOWN BY A NEW them, and it docs not gripe nor deaths was 250, baptisms 260 and nauseate. In order to get its beneficial YORK LADY. only 53. effects, please remember the name of "I can not account for the small numthe Company Uarrodsburg Democrat.) ' King. s, mar-risijx- es " Union Stock Yards, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Cincinnati, Telephone 7346. O. Louisville, kj. SAN ntAKCISCO, y sew yoick, n.v. Cat Jan5-l- 06TAH information regarding live slock cheerfully furnished: ' Consign sept"-l- y your stock direct to us. ' 'i -- 135 - ECONOMIST RANGES v. I i vYRUPINDIGESTION. PEPSI CURES DR. CALDWELL'S 'iii M Wfieeler & Wilson hi i us ll. ,m) 1 I' 1 i ' Roofing, Guttering and General r Ik Job Work. Rotary Motion and all Bearings Ul SB i SYRUP PEPSlW 'CURES CONSTIPATION.B f-- f OR. CALDWELL'S Mat S. Cohen is ft small, lcstless, blackeyed hnudler and dealer in business horses at Richmond. He has the reputation of being a keen buyer and a sood judge or a horse. I asked him the other day why he handled so many walk-trhorses and so few gaited saddlers. It should be explained to horse is a the unitiated that a walk-trsaddler for the Eastern market that can only walk, trot and lope, while tho gaited horse, or Kentucky saddler also goes the rack, or single foot, and a good, comfortable, slow gait. Mr. Cohen horse replied: "I like tho walk-trbecause he makes me more money. I horses while I oan train six walk-tram fitting one gaited horse for the market, and when I am done, the walk-trhorse will bring as much as the other. "Do you dock many of your horses, .Mr. Cohen?" ""Well, if ihs tail is not perfect I always dock him, but I do not follow the practice of docking as 6omc dealers do. To show how unsafe a practice it is, I took a little cobby-buiblack maro toKew York last year, with a nice., long tail. A lady customer said dhe would buy her, if I would cut her tail off. So, by paying a man ton dollars to risk the infringement of the New York law against docking I had her tail cut off, and took her arounttlotholad. ihe had changed her mindrwas cold as a wedge, and I could not persuade her to take her, and a dozen people afterwards said they would buy her if she had a r.ice long tail. ot ot ot ot ot lt ber of marriages," said Father Carroll, oxcept by the fact that the war took away from us many of our young men. I am afraid that our young women are altogether too stylish and oxpect too much. They want a house and lot aud the house furnished beforo thoy will consent to marry. Their parents did not have all these things. I have been told that somo of iho young, men and young woinon in this parish have been keeping company front six to ten years. That is altogether top long. I hopo Iho young men will take more courage on this question of marriage, and I also hopo that 1 oung people will uot try to be too well off before making up their minds to pet married " KENTUCKY Y. M. C. A. CONVENTION. The Eighteenth Annul State Convention of the Young Men's Christian Associations of Kentucky will be hold at 1899. Hendorson, Ky., February 1G-1- 9, B Coughing injures aud inflames sore lungs One Minute Cough Cure loosens tho cold, allays coughing and heals quickly. The best euro for 4 children. Douglas & Wells. S. F. Roc 1 X CORRESPONDENCE. COLLEGE HILL. Prof. C. F. Brock visited his parents Sunday. Tho Dramatic plaj'ers, of this place, went to Irvine Saturday night to play the RouL'h Riders. Miss Eva Taylor and brother, near Providence, visited their aunt, Mrs. Frank Edwards. Prof. Throopo has quite a large school and it continues lo increase. Ho has organized the literary society, and the first meeting will be hold on Thursday For sale by Dewey Music Co nioiid, Ky. , Rich FORI "Sure, SAe "icmva&o " AEE YOU A DEMOCRAT? cll adage reads: "There is a place for i vt ry thins," and for everything to be in He pl.ee, the LOUISVILLE DISPATfiH sl.ould find a place In the home of every DEMOCRAT in the SUNNY SOUTH. The Iiiiitch is the people's paper, owned by the people, and is always ready to fight for tho cause of the people. IT STANDS SQl'AKELY ON THE CHICAGO TLAT-I'UKwithout the aid or consent of the Cold Bug Monopolies, and a fair comparison of lis news service (now being furnished over leased wires by the New York Sun, the Chicago Inter Ocean urfd the NVnhrra Prrss Association) with that of any oiher paper, will fully verify its .i'.:o. "if you see it in the Dispatch it's mi, and if it's so it is always in the An ." t . 44- Six of the best Fire Insurance Com- panies In the United States. Losses paid promptly. 4 f In the Prndental, you are olfcred the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again Rive the best. We will not transact business with irrespon- sible companies. 26J Secoad Street, Up'Stalrs. ie2-i- y f The Stale Committee has arranged a very strong and attractive program. Among the speakers are- - Right Itev. T. U. Dudley, D. D., Bishop of Kentucky; Rev. Carter Helm Jones, D. D., Mr. lohn L. AVheat aud Mr. W. I. McNair, of Louisville; Mr. Jas. A. Curry, of Lexington; Mr. C. K. Boucher, of Owensboro; Rev. F. W. Harrop, of Maysville; Mr. E. C. Brownell, of Evansvilie, Ind.; Mr. C. K. Ober, Secretary International Committee, New York; Mr. E. W. Peck, of State Secretary, Indiana; Mr. John Lake, Soutli Carolina and Mr. F. H. Burt, State Secretary, Illinois. The singing will be led by the Indiana Male Quartette. A special rato of one and one-thifare for the round trip has been secured, and the Iiendersqn Association will entertain all delegates. Large delegations from the thirty Associations of the State aro expected, and young men from cities, towns, colleges, and railroad centres of the State having no Associations will be welcomed as honorary delegates if thoy obtain credentials from the States Secretary. Further particulars, credentials, may be obtained of any Association Secretary in tho State, or from Henry E. Bosevear, State Secretary, Fourth and Broadway, Louisville, Ky. rd dccS-ly- r Among tho regular staff members of Q. White. the Constitution aro Joel Chandler All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nervo Plasters. Harris, Frank L. Stanton and others well known throughout the country; while among iis special contributors are such men as Wallnco P. Iteed, Bill Arp, Sarge Plnnketr, Uotsy Hamilton. Dr. Talmru,o and others of national reputation. Tho Constitution has Just completed the thirtieth year of its existence, Clark Howell boing the editor and Colonel W. A. Hemphill its business manager. Its name is a household word in overj southern State, from Virginia to Texas, ft has always been in especially cio.se touch with the agricultural musses of i the South, and In having reached a circulation which carries it into 150,000 homes it has won a unique distinction which" ranks it among tho greatest ol American weekly newspapors. The Constitution will send a Eamplo ine-Tar-Honey copy of its greatly Weekly free to anyone 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, Posltivo Every man should take his conniy Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. newspaper beforo anything elso, and Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wornext to this ho shonlrTtake 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 homo news, which is not supplied Is no inclination to cough. by a nowspaper furnishing the general SOLD QY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS news front all parts of the country and Bottlec Only. 25c, 60c. and $1.00 SIzci from all over the world. Before a man BE SU3E YOU GET seeks information from outsido, he I AM 88 YEA and never naed any remedy equal toOLD,BeU'a ir. should first feel sure that ho is being Honey. Jt gives qnlcte and permanent relief iy Br3 to grip Itmolces kept posted on what is goiug on at weak I as vrell&scoaslis and colds. HctcUlD, nnirs etrons. Mrs. 1. A. home. That is why ho should take Ptdacah, Kr. For sale by Terry & Thomas, successors to W. O. White. hb county paper first. When, however, tho opportunity is offered to get tho best weekly newspaper iu this country with vour home paper, the inducement is such as to elicit prompt response from cur readers. We will be glad to receivo clubbing subscriptions with this paper and the Constitution, and if there are any who aro now subscribers to this paper, who Life Insurance Reversed. We Pay While You Live. "Old wish to take the Constitution also, we Line" Companies Pay When You Die. Which do will be glad to receivo subscriptions to You Prefer? the latter and forward them, having authority from that paper to do so. STATEMENT JANUARY, 1899. The Constitution should bo iu every southern home! successors to W. 25c. 50c DRUGGISTS, t IS BELL'S 0 isy Sis Plnc-'lni- n leH's Pine-Tar-Hon- Southern Of IU Kentucky. Lexington, Investment Company, LIVING BENEFITS PAID JANUARY, Address. 1S99. Lamp StaLndLs I? 1$ NEW J9 County Court Days. Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington,Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. - Name. Cost. Paid. S 103 12 97 75 74 35 40 72 100 43 87 19 Waltor Tully, Gurgin, Ky Jos Knmber, Louisvillo, Ky Amolia Borgel, Louisville, Kr Itev E D Grav, Georgetown, Ky . . . . Dr S II Stevenson, Chicago, 111 . . . . Catherine Lang, Louisville, Ky .... EXrUAOIIDIXAUY CASK OF 3IATERNAL IJIPUKSSIOX. t I night. Quarterly meeting was held at the Southern Methodist church, Saturday and Sunday, which was conducted by Rev. F. S. Pollit, the new presiding elder, who is an excellent minister. 3 COMPLETE BLISS IERO. trying to catch a fowl for tho pot, pursued her to tho henhouse, where, having escaped from hor pursuer, she was prematurely delivered of an egg. When the egg was hatched the chicken proved to be a "Cochin China." New" York Medital A Chinese cook, r barn-doo- The Dispatch also has a staff of over active correspondents in the South, and will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEY.'S of any other Louisville paper. Get the Dispatch; it gives the news nnd tells the tru;h about it. Daily, S pages; Sunday. 24 pages; Weekly. 8 pqges. We club with the Weekly Dispatch at the remarkably low price of 300 f$1.25 A YEAR. CALL ATW The Western Horseman, published Indiana, at. $2.00 a year, and issued every Friday, stands Makes at the head of Turf and Trotting and tte Pacing horse journals, is handsomely Weak illustrated with picturesof noted horses Stroiif. and gives all the horse news from California to Maine. If at all interested nnw rrarti of rery American. in trotters or pacers subscribe for it :i!iliraiv tKwItnoljr guaranteed Minis innt;wnt i to cure The great annual Souvenir number he rompllcalnt citso of Nervous Debility, or will be issued February 10, and will be .VbmI.ij It actK pnwcrJully anil qukUy. worth moro than the price of a year's V N.-Man. Plivtleally frrfert. in Hie renull iflli.' "M- Youn? men will re- subscription. It goes free to all subnml OM Jlen will recover scribers nin lnt to others 23 cents per copy. .lietr rooCifulvleor. It Invigorates nml restores to the ..II lifv ..11.I Scuilaal Weak. Bv special Itt. all sulTrrvn fromSpermattorlica, lis'iers we arrangements with send pub . are enabled to ycK, Varicocele, the .'lulitly Rmllo!w. ISraln nml Jloscnlar Power, Western Horseman $2.00 per year, and Veak Miinorr. V."a'.Iit fulness, Kvll Dreams, tho Weekly Climax $1.50 per year, Lick of ( cii:.'l.len-e- . ar.4l all effects of MUrellon. wlikli unfits both for $2.25 during tho year 1809. ie i.ir iMwineM. rtudyor nu.rria'r. Ki:;;i:i:itO Give us your order. nov23-t- f t 1.1 ;Ii at Indianapolis, means pain, danger and possible death for somo wives. For others it practically no discomfort at all. TJiero 13 no reason why childbirth should be a period Journal. of pain and dread. Scr. era! months beforo a woman becomes a Wanted-f- ln Idea mother Ehe thould Protect your Ideas: tby may bring you wealth. prepare herself for Write JOHN WKDDERliURN ft CO, Patent Attorney!, Washington, D. C for their 41.89) prize oiler tho critical ordeal. and lbt oC two hundred Larentlona wanted. There is a prejiara-tio-n made The colored city school is finished intended which ia for this and ready occupancy. purpose alone. Tha name of litis wonderful preparation ia SSS liniment to bo applied relaxes the muscles and relieves tho It ia a It ilH-l- r luinott-nL-r- Something About The Greatest Friend. Despon-lene- y, ilc.fi-jtsr.n.- Weekly .Newspaper in The State. SALOON PARLOR WHEff IN TOVN. Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the cit' are dispensed and accommoby dating clerks. up-to-da- te rt.-of t'l llieao that la why foesnto.irf t cures. It U I '10 -- i c.!:e-- t Xerve Tonle Id Urn world BATE FOR TWO PAPERS. REDUCED that Is w!i It clvoj V'Tornnd Action awl restorer FATHER CARROLL WANTS MORE 'io I'lrpfif Vout:i. It It a lOiirvcloas III001I I'urt-- r thutbnliy t 'o I!nU C!ow coraes lineli lo -nlorhee'ti. lalsluiionhr.!:i; ItKUBNCUO. Take Your Home Paper And The ConstituIn vi iKlit- - Uy mall gl.00 per New Y6rk Snn. (. i lx fir (tS.oa. V.e cheer fully refund tion And be Happy. ' "i""-jv -U . t imtces do r.ot effect a cure The Rev. Lawrence C. M. Carroll, A a iho American Office of Inn .m --bcca-Hc-i vt (!. '. LUUi fJWT0PX City, after For sale in Richmond by Perry & Thomas, gation at Druggists. sept21-ly. C25 Ccbmbus A. rector of St. Patrick's church. Jersey . Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. The World Almanac and ef Encyclopedia wte for 1899 Illustrated Historv of the Spanish-- American War Phone 3. Second St, RICHMOND, KY. 1 three-quarter- M OF 160 ACRES, i . i ! )' !; i, 1 I ple who are now in their graves would be s Within of a alive and well if they had heeded the first warnings of those troubles which mile of Owensboro, Ky. lead to consumption and death. Even inch of it is as rich as The hacking cough, spitting of blood, $. and all troubles Jl jft jt, 5 Jt Jt, o& weak lungs,breathing,similar surely of the cream. It lies on the best J-organs of will lead to pike in the county; the land J READY FOR SALE consumption. If they are not already the signs of it. Then there are the other is rolling to level; 90 acres EVERYWHERE of the approach of consumption, are in grass; excellent water 2 JANUARY tzt, J899. such as emaciation, or wasting away of flesh from bad nutrition, which, well, cistern and spring. if neglected, lead to certain death. per cent, of all the cases of t Buildings: An elegant two weak lungs, bkeding lungs, lingering and Together with and a half story new brick of obstinate coughs, ajjd other bronchial and throat diseases; which have been treated 10 rooms, the hnest farm res with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovidence in the county; immense The Battle Calendar ery, have beeit cured by it Do not wait until your throat trouble becomes serious. turn's; 6 tenement houses, All bronchial and throat troubles are seriof the Republic ous. The time to take the " Golden Medione of which is a good frame cal Discovery " is right at the start. rooms and complete set of o Even if your throat trouble has been Cotnplbd by neglected until it has been pronounced of buildings which really pulmonary disease or consumption, do not makes it a separate farm. We EDGAR STANTON MACLAY hesitate to use the "Golden Medical Discovery," for thousands of letters from the wilt soil this place at an un Hiitoriaa of tie U. S. Navy. sufferers thcmfelves, who are now well, bear evidence that the "Golden Medical usually low figure $14,000. Discovery " will cure, even a'fter good phyone-hacash, balance sicians have pronounced the disease pulmonary consumption. THE STANDARD in one, two. three, four and " I had been troubled with bronchitis for sevfive years. Send for our list eral years," writes Mrs. Orlin O'llara, Bor 114.' AMERICAN ANNUAL.' Fergus Falls, Ottertail Co.. Minn. " In t he first .of furnufor sale. place, I had ore; throat. I doctored with differy indi-catio- complimenting the congrethe masses on Sunday for their liberality during the past year, made some remarks about the falling oil in the number of marriages. Tho contributions, he said, amounted to $20,210.10, which is considera'STy in ex- terms to bo cash. cess of the contributions in atiy other It is a fact perhaps not generally parish in the diocese. The number of known that the Weekly Constitution has the largest circulation The descent on tho western hemisphere. is certain from weak lungs, Only a few months ago a largo newslin throat paper directory questioned the circulation made by the Constitution and put troubles or bronchial up a forfeit of $100 that it could be disaffections proved that it had moro Jhan 100,000. through bleeding lungs, to The Constitution promptly accepted consumption, if the first the offer and submitted its books to stages are neg- the representative of the. firm. Mr. lected. Thousands of neo- - George P. Howell, publisher of the of-an- We call special attention to our clubbing arrangements with the "Weekly Constitution, published at Atlanta, Ga. The clubbing price of tho two papers being only $1.75 per year, subscriptions to be sent through this office and the 4 nearlv all suffering. Be: t results follow if tho remedy is used during tho whole period of pregnancy. It is the only remedy of the kind .in tho world that is endorsed by physicians. $1 per bottle at all drug Etores, or sent by mail on receipt of price. Free Books con taining invaluable information for all women, will bo sent to any address upon application lo Th danger and childbirth, and takes away all organ concerned in ty to every gives elastici- distension trUtl'M RertiliUr Mlsnta. Ca. Cc nows-pap- UE0. W. RILEY Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends Wright's Gelerv Capsules. Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '96. To Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: Geuts I have purchased 'a box of Wricht's Celery Capsules from G. N. er Bering-coughs- J night-sweat- Ninety-eigh- Tt-rms- , lf WILLIAMS fc LITTLE, ang2-4m 214 Y, 3d St., Owensboro. Ky. Who caa think" ot tome tuopje tblog to patent? T bring too wraith. for tfceW-- jljm prl esW HUGE 25 CENTS. Postpaid to Wanied-- In (a,X!T JSn'' Idea iay THE 'WORLD, FuStote ' nun. WMbiagbln, 1. C NEW YOWC ent physicianj aad took various medicines, bat got no relief. I raised from my throat a itlclcy substance like the white of an esg. Could not sleep, and had ltAde up my mind that I would not live through t.he winter. I took Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical; Discovery and 'Favorite 'Prescription' alternate! v. and ia a few days began to see that I was better. I took eight bottles. I hare aet fcR cs.- well la years as since tula? theie mwrlcijKUufoiUMe Ir. Fierce' rieacwrt cUU foe oont.iptiot aad biliowta sm. Mhldelto" druggist, and used them for Sour Storuach, Torpid Liver and Constipation and foand that they eavo me every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Yours very truly, newspaper directory, acknowledged his 9Geo. W. Rilev. error publicly and paid the forfeit. The Constitution, while being a Democratic newspaper, is first and above all things a newspaper. It is a weekly, making eighty-fou- r columns each week Its subscription price is $1 a year, but if taken under the arrangement with this paper we can give them both at the prico above named. The Constitution has a special correspondent in every Important city in the United States and a representative in all of tho leading centers of the world. During the war With Spain, which cvSnniviM fjuiimrui. has just been brought to a close, tho reports of no newspaper in the South BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, could compare with its news presenta- IS tion from tho front. 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' 82 00 82 00 79 43 79 43 Gl 85 77 00 74 32 74 32 48 80 50 97 CI 32 01 8o G4 32 59 41 04 32 CI $5 54 55 52 04 42 47 52 04 52 04 49 70 49 7G 49 70 47 38 47 3S 45 02 42 47 38 03 40 34 40 34 3S 03 33 03 33 03 40 34 3S 03 35 74 38 03 3S 03 38 03 38 03 3S 03 38 03 31 17 i ssaocosesecsassaeQsaaBesoeoeResesasass 9 os 00 9 a O Ml On and after January. 1st, terms will be cc 1899, our os OS OS OS SPOT r CASH!" have attempted to run our business by collecting our accounts the first of each month, but have beon unablo to collect them all Wo os OO eo .os OS OS OO es OO 03 OO OS OS promptly. o are therefore compelled to soil for CASH that we may pay cash for our goods, and will endeavor to mako it to iho interest of the trade to do business with us. Wo havo a nico lino of Staple and. Fancy Groceries, Qucoasware ana Glassvarc, &c. Give us a call, examine our stock and got prices. SGoods exchanged for country produce V OO os 0 00 OS 00 eo e ..00 os OS 03 oo OO s HIGGiiS "WEST MAIN ELL ST., RICHMOND, KY. OS os oO 00 os 00 oO V.: e - .. 33 45 33 45 W 33 45 ' : 31 17 , 15 50 . 15 50, 15 50 . 14 50 . ' .... ' 31.17 33 45 33 45 33 45 33 45 82 17 29:02 31 17 31 17 31 17 -- - h 32'I 14 50. 11 14' 50.: 14 50 . 14 50". 10 50., ..... .... ' 3 . 12 50 50. : 13 GO. - Class 0; Total Profit Over Cost . ..... .... -- ,5302 22 25 24 47 0 09 When DON'S COMPLETE PILE (JURE is guaranteed iocuijo 3'ou. I is the tliecovory of au eminent physician. Hp Knifa ! Ifa iniirfupiion cf Business ! Tho ihvt t'.catmci: bring3 imiae-liatrelief. It has curerFfhwandij, and cnroywi. nan e v.-iu $2,4G9.5r $2,908.72 .'$5,438,22 -: ; ti rm'oondt J i vSjuiiwH.j i, t.i i .ur.. i. was ice- The ue of or.6 box cltectvi tt p cure. juh m:s staiemeiu, tionjj-- ' n w u in: t' e means-cwonderful remedy to ihe fctfeu:!.. of others pHnjnyour "wfjh ii:cs." n-tuf-fcri.i- jr ...i f Price 5!.00, Prepaid to any Address. CHATTANOOGA, , fOR'FUUL INFORMATION ADDRESS DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, TENN. at A. HtS. SMITH BOWMAN, J Secretary. A. T. MILLI0K, Local Atesi!; Itehmtnd, Ky.