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WELL ON VOLUME 251 MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1899. I Print shows thh SfCTMBER 37. 1 -- t GRIGSBY MUNCEY, General Agents, Eastern Kentucky. THE To a shoemaker tramping by one day, Said I, neighbor, pray, what's' the news 1 I'm starring, said he, with a sorrowful sigh, I've no work and can't feed Upon shoss. Next came a mason crawling along, . A bunch of mere skin and bones: Alas, said I, friend, how happened it so, Why, because I can't fatten on stones. Royal V slBSOf JLJTEEV IrSilKF. ROYAL 6AHM4Q Baking Powder the peace he shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor, and on conviction shall bo fined not less than 1 nor more than S25." FOR SALE. A Book OUR RECORD I Mm Makes the food more delicious and wholesome POVCtn CO.. NSW YORK. In Mercer ties, and leave such county or counties In niSCACprtE county in 1S90 you received 1,739 votes, still without a representation. In cononllATP Address, 'f- - M b 'Twas because he couldn't cat saws. hot in I89S you only received 901 votes. clusion, I state that Congress apporMEN m msFASES EJ John G. Cole, Ex., Then tramped a blackmib, smutty and In 1890 you received in Kockcastlo tions the number of Representatives grim, CURED county 1,455 votes, whereas in 189S you among the States in proportion to the Box 2S9. Winchester, Ky. I asked if his courage e'er fails, NEW YORK, And the very Act And why he, a giant, had gone on the road-- He only received 900 votes. In Shelby Inhabitants thereof. county in 1890 yourccoived 2,062 votes of Congress in tho last apportionment replied, man I can't digest nails. but in .1898 you only received 1,412 made it necessary for other districts CURED I turned to my wife: See here, my dear, county you received Wc have both been shielded from harm. Agents wanted in Though times may be hard, and prices low, inotes. In S'ptncerbut in 1898 you only "in other States to havo a smaller populuunu lEiiiu nirainsL Tiniurc 1890,93 votes, lation than is contained m the Eighth when ignorant of tho tcrriulo criino you Wo can always live well on the farm. unoccupied received T493 votes. And in Lincoln district of Kentucky. And this" act of ui'ui uu uuiy consiucr tho f&scinatifl? allurements of thi eril There is plenty of butter, of milk, and of county in 'ISCG vyou received r,8S8 apportionment by Congress made it habit? When too lata to ft void tho tc cream, riblo result;, wcra your crcs oronol to votes, bht in '1898 you only received necessary for some CongreBsional disyour peril? litl you Iatr on in manNow crowding the dairy shelf, OFFICE-Mai- n Street, hood contract tmy I'lilYATIJ or J1L00D ,724 votes. So that in the ten counties tricts "in other States to have a larger Eggs by the bushel, and hens by the score, disease? Wcrojou cured? Doyoniw which compose the Eighth district you population than lis 'contained In the mation of character. Which gives us the blessing of health. and then fco fomo a larmier rytnptoma? Richmond, Ky. Inro yon many in your present conreceived in 1S9S, 4,394 voles less than Eleventh district of Kentucky. And Our granary bins are bursting full dition? You know, " JUICi: FATUEIt, The West Virginia statute declares LI KB SON." If married, aro you conWANTED EVERY With their corn, their rye, and their wheat. you received m the ;samo ten counties this Act of apportionment by Congress SOLICITORS ACTIVE for "The Story or the Philippicei" stantly living in dread? Js marriage a While pork from the sty, and real from the in 1890. And I allerss that it is absurd made it necessary for other States to that: "All words which, from their failure with you on nccoun t of any weakHatstead, commissioned by the Govby Murat usual construction nnd common accepness causiHl by early abuio or later exbarn ernment as Official Historian to the War Defor you to claim 500 or any other num- have a smaller population than is concesses? Havo you been drussej with Are loading our table with meat. partment. The book was written in army tation, are construed as insults and mercury? This booklet will point out to rtrmriu r ber of these votes, which were not tained in 'the Eighth district of Ken Pacific with camis at San Francisco, on the at Honolulu, yon tho result of theso crimes and point tend to violonce ,nnd breach of the Luscious berries from the garden and field in the hospitals Gent ral Merritt, cast. As to Jackson county your tucky. Indeed, I aver there are many out how our NEW M 17THOU in Hon Kong, in the American trenches at Are always at our command, peace, shall bo actionable." will positively euro you. It .Manila in the insurgent camps with name was not on the ballots in this Congressional districts in different show how thousand havo been saved by IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, Bushels of apples, pears and grapes on the deck of the Olynipia with Dewey, It is not a crime to use the "liar" in our KUW TKL'ATMKNT. It pmvcj county, and you received nojvote in States with a larger territory and a at the fall of Manila. Fairly burden the fruitful lard. and n the roar of battle ow wo can (lUAUANTKl'. TO CUKK and you can also sayextreme- Bonania for agents. Brimful of original picANY ClJKABI.ii: CASE OR NO l'AY. that count'. Jackson county sent no much larger population than are found Alabama, hut if a man assaults you in Potatoes, cabbage, carrots, beets. tures taken by governient photographers on Wo treat and the spot Large book. Low prices. Big profits. delegate to the convention that nomi- in the Eleventh district of Kentucky; consequence of your application of the y comfortable, "when you are Are high piled in our cellars and barns, VAKTCOCKI.K. SYl'HIUS. OLEKT. Freight pai- d- Credit given. Drop all trashy pithet to him ho may give evidence in STKICTUKE. niPOTKNCY. SEAnd squashes and turnips, onions and hay, nated ypu, and tho people of that and that there aro many other Con unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address, CRET DRAINS. UNNATURAL DISdriving in one of our easy Are proclaiming the thrift of the farm. F. T Barber, Sec'y , Star Insurance Bldge., county had no voice either in your be- gressional distiicts in those same justification f any abusive or oppro- CHARGES, KIDNEY anil BLADDER Chicagd. diseases. and handsome Buggies and bious language you have used to him. The waste of the wood lots we gather, ing selected as tlrts candidate of your States having a much smaller popula In our sheds a bountiful store, hajtons. Our stock of line CURES GUARANTEED partjyuor in determining whether you tion and n much smaller territory than The average jury in that State holds PROFESSIONAL CARDS. against hunger and cold, Then The Warci of Sin" irnt frpn hv should be elected or not. You made are found in tho Eighth district of that the lio is equivalent to the first carriages is unsurpassed for The fierce wolf never howls at our door. enclosing ttamn. CONSULTATION no canvass in that county. You did Kentucky. I maintain that all Con Wow. FRKE. If unablo to coll. writ for beauty, style, durability and When the collector calls for his tax, OUBKTIDK UljAaii for HOME In North Carolina tho user of the not claim to bo seeking the votes of gressional districts in all the States TREATMENT. Or the grocer comes for his pay, epithet and the man to whom it was general superiority, and we Ke- - are, and have always been, the crea that county. You attended the We take to the market our surplus W. MILLER. Of vegetables, meat or hay. publican convention which was com tures of the State Legislature and that pplicd are held equally guilty in cases are selling them at prices that Attorney-at-Laposed of delegates Jrom the other ten this is the only tribunal known to the of assault and battery. Then to men of all callings who fail will surprise you, quality con 122 W. FOURTH STREET, KEXTCCKT. This nugget of solid truth learn: ItlCHUOND, counties only, and solicited a nomina Constitution and laws which has the There is no specific law in Tennessee sidered. That no matter how hard be the times. John Donelsok. CSHCIHNATl, C tion at their hands. This convention authority to make or alter tho bounda gainst calling a man a liar, but the use OSlce in the Bnrnam Building, next door to No one ever starved on the farm. arxner's National Bank. was held and you were nominated ries of Congressional districts. I in of language calculated to provoke a C. G. Fobbes. long alter the passage of tho Act of sist that the greater power conferred breach of tho peace is punishable by a 50 YEARS' Forest Grove, Richmond, Ky., Feb. 5, '89. EXPERIENCE March 11th,. 1898. Tho presiding offi upon the Legislature to establish Con nominal fine. wTtsB.HBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHr3(K7 DANGERS OF THE GHIP. cer of that convention, and tho Sec gressional districts carries with it the It is also dangerous to call a man a retary issued to you certificates, certify- lesser power to altar the boundaries of iar in Kentucky. LAW, ATrOHKEY-The greatest danger form La Qrippo ing that you were tho regular Republi- such districts. And it is the duty of KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, is of its resulting in pneumonia. If rea- can nominee for Congress in the the Legislatures of all the States un The smallest things may exert the Office over Taylor's Hardware store, op- sonable care is used, however, and Eighth Congressional district. You der Section 4 of Article 1 of the Con- greatest influence. De itt s Little posite Court House, on Main Street. Trade Marks Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy taken, accepted thesp certificates and caused stitution of the Uuited States to change Early Risers aromtinequalIed for overDesigns Copyrights &c. all danger will bo avoided. Among the thorn to be delivered to tho Clerks of the boundaries of such districts when coming constipation and liver troubles. II. B. HOGG, Anyone sending a sketch and description may ten counties only. And you ever in the judgment of the Lcgisla-- J Small pill, best pill, safe pill. Dougtens of thousands who have used this quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an ATTORNEY AT LAW. invention Is probably patentable. Communicaremedy for la grippe wo have yet to caused your name to bo printed upon tu re such change should be made. I las & Wells. tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents Kestucky. learn of a single case having1 resulted the ballots sent free. Oldest npency for securlngpatents. Richmond, in these ten counties only. insist and avar that tho Legislature of Patents taken throunh Munn k Co. rccelvo tptcial notice, without cnargo, in tne in pneumonia which shows conclusive- You sent no such certificates to the most, if not all, of the States have reCORRESPONDENCE. Office No. 13 First St., up stairs. ly that this remedy is a certain preven Clerk of Jackson county, and you peatedly exercised this power and have unA handsomely Illustrated weekly. Lamest cirtive of that dangerous disease. It will made no effort to have 'your name repeatedly changed the boundaries of culation of any scientlno Jrvurnal. Ter.n.i, $3 a M. OHENAULT, KINGSTON. J. 0. & D. year: four months, $L Bold by all newsdealer. cure la grippe In less tnno than any placed upon the ballots of that county Congressional districts, and such Acts MUNN & New York other treatment. It is pleasant and safe You seem not to have discovered that have always been regarded as conclu The smiling face of J. H. Turpin was ATTORNEYS AT LAW,' Branch Office, S3 F SU Washington, D. C. to take. For sale by Perry & Thomas. the Eighth district was not legally con sive upon Congress. I aver that no pre- seen on our streets last Tuesday. Kentucky. Richmond, stituted until you discovered that you cedent in the historv of this Govern S. C. Rutter, ,of Winston,, was over UTTERLY UNTENABLE. had received a minority of the vote ment can be found for such a contest yesterday on a visit to his friends. Office on econd street, over Chen- as'tlns, and that no member of Con therein. anlt's grocery. J. T. Turpin filled Rev. Hornsby's POSITION OF DAVISON IN HIS CONTEST If your present contention be true, gress otherwise confessedly fairly elect appointment at Fanola last Sunday. GILBERT'S CONVICTING STATEMR you have been silent when you should ed has ever been deprived of his seat, PEYSICIANS. MENT. have spoken, and you should now be on account of a change mado by tho George Johnson has been appointed &c. required to keep silent when you desire Legislature of the State in the bounda police judge instead of Judge Frazier. DR. H. It. GIBSON, The wedding that was to have taken Will sell in any quantity f Jessamine Journal, Feb. 3.1 to speak. You aro now by your oc ry oi tho district. And that altogeth PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, The Journal last week published a Hons estopped from denying that the er your alleged contest is utterly frivo place last Thursday has been postponed at a very low price. Kentucky. brief synopsis of Mr. Gilbert's answer Eighth district was legally constituted, lousand without merit. indefinitely. Richmond, For particulars call Judge Frazier has moved from our Congressman Davison's notice of The people tof Jackson couutv sent on or address, Woman Should Kuow it. town and he can be seen at Farnville, Con delegates to the conventions thatnomi OtSce in the Joe Ccilint building, iS and ao Sec contest of his vote in the Fifty-si- x Many woman suffer untold agony and at his new home. end Street, over White old drugstore. gress. Limited space forbade us doing nated candidates for Congress in the tho subject justice at the time, and in Eleventh distriqt. The voters ,of that niisery because the nature of their dis Co. S Joe Hayslett, of Lincoln county, has CHAS. HOOKER, order that our readers inay have the county who desired'to do so, voted for ease is not correctly understood, fhey moved into the houso of J.T. Hays VETERINARY SURGEON, pportunity of reading Mr. Gilbert's tho pandidates in that district. have been led to believe that womb lett, at this place. College. convincing statement, we publish There were, four of thefco can trouble or female weakness of some James Lanter and wife, of Valley Graduate Ontario Veterinary the full text, of his answer. After de didates in that district at the Kovcm sort is responsible for tho manv ills View, have taken rooms with J. E. Sterility a Specialty nying tho affirmative allegations con ber election 1898, and Mr. Tye, tho that beset womankind. Veterinary Dentistry and stnrn reeentlv accu- tamed m Davison s notice. lie con Democratic nominee, received 14 votes, Neuralgia, nervousness, headache, Riddell for the winter. by Eichmond Harness Co., East Main St., pled M. It. Aldridge, who left some two v" Mr. Boreing tho regular Republican puily or dark circles under the eyes, tinues: Ilicnniona, Jiy. months ago an a visit to Missourri, has Further answering hereiu, I allege nominee, received 744 votes. Mr, rheumatism, a draggingpain ordullache concluded to make that State his ofAll parties holding claims acainst the estate 27. C. JASPER, M. D Jesse Newby, deceased, will present game that it would not be an honest count. Bowman received 2 votes, and Mr. in tho back, weakness or bearing-dowproperly venuea on or oeiore Aiorcn zs, i&h, Medicine and Surgery. to count any votes that were not cast "White, the Independent, received 720 sensation, profuse or scanty supply of home. GO TO THE- - or same win ue oarrca. Virgil Renton, of Kansas, who has B. B. MILLION. Office Collins Buildine.MainStreet. either for you or for mu. That this votes. I allege, furthermore,, that the urine with strong odor, frequent desire Special Com'r, Jan25-on (the Cnrr Telephone nt residence election must be determined as all other Eighth district in-- Kentucky still con to pass It with scalding or burning sen been visiting his father, Mr. R. Benton, Hroadway. satiou, sediment in it after standing iu of this place since Christmas, will rt- territory - - Kentucky elections have always been determined tains a largertho Sixth than theorFifth bottle or common glass for twenty-fou- r Richmond, return homo in a few days. district, 12 W. Short St., Lexington, Ky. by the votes that are actually cast, and district, or the not by those who fulled or refused to Seventh district in said State. It is hours, are signs of kidney and bladder 3 ASTSES, Proprietor. M D., rr W. EVANS, J. BEREA. vote. It is quite true that you received much larger than the wholo State of troubble. Itctrulir meals 25 cents. Lodeinc 25 cents persons knowing themselves indebted to All a very small vote in 1898 as compared Delaware, and more than twfco as Tho above symptoms are often attri the estate of the late Dr. J. M. Foster will come Most convenient and centrally located hotel in equipped oar in connection. Thomas Shockley is on the sick list, forward at once and settle or else accounts will the city, Surgeon, 180G. For in 1896 you large as the State of Rhode Island. buted by tho patient herself or by her with tho voto in Physician and be sued on. physician to female weakness or womb Paddock is conducting a revival J. C.CHENAULT, Kentucky received in Anderson county 1,157 This Eiglitli districtpava more, taxes trouble. Hence, so many fail to obtain Rev. College Chapel. HON. C. T. CALDWELL, an!8-t- f Atty . for Mrs. J. M. Foster, Richmond, - - at the votes, whereas in 1898 you received in than the Eleventh district, or the relief, because they are treating, not tho only 872. In lioyle coun Tenth district, or tho Ninth district, or John Richardson, alias Shakespeare, DR. T. J. TAYLOR, of Parkersburg, W, Va., Eecom ry in 189G you received 1.G98 votes, but tho Third district, or the First district diseaso itself, but reflection of tho pri Is at Silver Creek this week trading. Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, mends Wrights 'Celery more counties mary cause, which is kidney trouble. you only received votes in 1898. in said State. It II. K. Richardson, who has been Kentucky In fact, women as well as men are very ill for several davs, is improving, Richmond, In Garrard county 189G you received than the Sisth district, or the Fifth Capsules.. 1.G01 votes, whereas in 1S98 you only district, or the Seventh district, or the made miserable with kidney and blad and residence on Second Street. we do not handle, because Miss Graves, of Kansas City, Mo., is received 1.220 votes. In Jessamine Second district in said State. This dis- der trouble and both need the same here visiting friends and relatives. Paukeusbuho, WjVa., we know nothing adout the comity, 189G, you received 1,312 votes trict at the November election in 1898 remedy. DE1TT SUP.5P.V January 26, 1995. drug business, but Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t is tho Site is a cousin of W. T. King, of Rerea but in 1S98 you only received 8SG cast more voles than the First district, The Whight Med. Co., was severely burned J. P. Ricknell votes. In Madison county in 1S90 you or' the Second district, or tho Sixth dis- great discovery of tho eminent kidney Columbus, Ohio. face a low days ago by pourreceived 3,004 votes, but in 1898 you trict, or tlio Seventh district, or tho and bladder specialist, and is easy to about the oil in the stove to start a fire, Gentlemen: I havo been using Tenth district in said State. And it get at any drugstore for fifty cents or ing coal Wright's Celery Capsules since Novem DENTIST, one dollar. Bruce, of Combs, a student in Otis has a larger citizenship than any of the ber, 1S94, and find them to bo as recomOF IiOUISVILI .K, Ky. j.o prove us wonaenui merits you College, has deserted and gone home. We make, sell and apply. Aftor more than 30 mended. I first beinin taking them five districts named. Indeed, I allege next door to Government Building, years actual practical experience In the making, while at Hot Springs. Aik , under treat m Riehmsna, liy. uince uours a n come that the Eighth district was quite as may have a sample bottle and hook tel R. G. Mitchell, of Wallaceton, has also selling ana putting on oi paint,wewe ieet some- ment for Sciatic Rlieumafura, Liver and nov!7-lknow what Justified in claiming that large aud as populous when I received ling all about it, both sent absolutely quit. What's the matter, boys? thing more about the business than those who Stomach trouble. Constipation which I free by mail. Kindly mention The a short time as clerks and dealers been had been a long sufferer. Oakley, the little son of Green Byrd, have forover the counter paints canned and a majority of tho votes as it was when I found the selling Four nice rooms for rent. you received a minority of the votes. Richmond Climax aud send your ad died near Wallaceton, January 29, of keged of which they were unacquainted with Celery Capsules gave tne great relief ot the contents. We guarantee to from the beginning and have used them And if the district contained a popula- dress to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Binghamton, croup, aged about 3 years. The heart the quality people of this ana adjoining give to the Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob- N. Y. better nalnts. that will nroduce better re ever since. With pleasure, and unsoIll broken parents have the sympathy of sults for less money than any concern this side licited, I recommend them to any and tion so small that a majority of the of the larger cities, sow mace a use oi painu all mificring with like afflictions or either many friends. legal voters connot select a Represennext door to pestofiice. OUR RELICS. son, wanted from White Lerd on. itet cures from tative in Congress I shall insist that are get if Mr. J. T. Million lost his pocket all, then you our fipun a indthanweany not lower of them. Very truly yours. one else, better giodi and give Chaules T. Caldwell. you explain how a minority of the vobock and $20 one dav last week be we promise you that we wont nsk you to buy. (Platte City (Mo.) Landmark. FRED SMITH, SoldbyT.S Ilasan. Druggist. Price DR. ilememoer we sodhui samples lor your inspeconly If S mifttif it vasntfna health, we ters in the same district have elected Some cf the oldest relics we know of tween Rerea and Slate Lick. He lost it tion. 50c ents and $1.00 per box. Call at drugit E fell and You. You confess to have received no DENTIST. store and get free sanmle. in this section and to which no one the evening before the snow But it is a couch. One cold voto.in Jackson county", and. yet you over Collins' Grocery, same office no sooner passes of? before seems to appreciate or pay any atten tho enow covered it up. I Mil lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. Janl2-lanother comes. But it's the propose to deprive Judge Boreing of tion is a pair of old stono burrs, now same old cough all the time. his seat as the Representative of that m W. MUJ STREET. lyiug idle at Union Mills east of here, And it's the same; old story, county, when her people Lave had no WERY-DA- Y RICHMOND, ET having been discarded years ago for too. There is first the cold, Dr. voice either in selecting you. as tho then the cough, then pneunew ones. This set of burrs was used 5TThe largest and only exclusive wholesale , anu reiau aeaier in monia or consumption with the nominee, or in voting for vountthe in Madison county Kentucky, vivn i in 1800, Shades, Window : Qlas- - Oils, Varnishes, long sickness, and life tremb. final election, although .xaii havo v. lt. and prices always the n.nll. Ohio to grind grain for a distillery. They No. KB West Ninth Street. Cincinnati. ling in the balance. lowest. stock the largest served no notico of contest onTiira,and Commission will be at the Hotel Zlmmer, Eichmond, Ky., on were brought to Missouri just before Struggling through although the people of the county scut Merchants.. life, cursed with caMexican war by A. Woods and J, the Wednesday, February 8, 1899 delegates to tlio convention that nomi Estill, common Jr., son of old yi tarrh," is a i nated him, and gave him a plurality Madison county, Ky. General Estill, of Howreturning every second Wednesday o. each For experience. Privately i The exact data every physician of Rich month. Helerence of their votes at the November elec ever heroic tho CitOs, logs and Sheep, jeoio-iof these relics is vouched for by Uncle mond, Ky. tight catarrh gen tion. You are seeking also i.to Iiave Dave Staguer, north of town, who knew erally wins. yourself declared theJtepresentativo cf KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY I will oSer for sale privately my House and Under some ten countiest when you con the Estills well, to having been raised the other corner of North and 7th adjoining farms them in Kentucky, E. LIS. CITE, KesMat, lt::S!a, Ij. name or other Lot situated on the K. BunittDx's property. Unioit Stock Yards, streets, baclc of A. fess to have beeu honestly and fairly hnnun has seven rooms, (rood cistern, and has seen tho old hurra in opera it gets the best Th xnri other necesoarv ontDrtiiainss: me sta- ERA Y, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COM 101 defeated in those comities by a majorhia of us. Frank E, contains about 90xM feet. The price will be MERCIAL COLLEGES. tion hundreds of times bofore they Cincinnati, O. ity of G28 votes. TliiS' majority i3 Ingalls, Waco, reasonable lor earn. were brought to Missouri. Tnttlnn fur TJterarv and Bible Course $22 WILLIAM ENGLISH, T received in clusivo of the majority $10,000 Tex., and thou year. More than twenty teachers. Telephone 7346. gymnasium. Thousands ot successful alumni. Jtichroond, Ky. nov9-t- f Andersnn county, and which you eoa sands of others Mr. S. A. Fackler, d!tor of the Social and moral welfare of students receive nnri&l attention. Open to both sexes. For cede to be correct, I shall insist that Micanopy (I'la.) Hustler, with his wife have been perm anentlycured of catarrh s"AU information regarding live f catalogues address tho President. there ia tijegally constituteiLEiglith and children, suffered terribly from by Dr. Hartman's successful remedy Consign stock cheerfully furnished. Here is Mr. Ingails' letter: Cbngressipial distrlctror thoroMs not. JLa Grippe. Ono Minute Cough Cure sept7-l- y your stock direct to us. loosens the grasp of your cough. If.thenisr'1 am entitledttfthe eeafpH was.the.only remedy that help them. Dr.S. R. Hartntan, Columbus, O. a and The congestion of the throat Deak Sir: ther.noLheneiffiofHS is e'nr It acfedgjuickly. Thousands of others have cured roe of one of the worst cases National Importance CALL and lungs is removed; all intitieUSejlEesest, and thal-nd va. is subdued; the use this remedy as a specific .for Ea of fatarrh any one ever had. My case flammation compelled to are put perfectly at rest parts can be declared to exist in a -district if Grippe, and its oxhaustingafter effects was so severe that I was ' . , jflk. ' and the cough drops away. It that of condiscontinue .i ". i ,,; uouguis a wens. diseased tissues on TO SHORT LINE has no ductor on a railroad; but I am now A. T I aver that it "would be nonsense to which to hang. entirely wclL" ..j THE WORD "LIAR." the seat vacant and order a declare Ordinary treatment of catarrh is for S1L00N PARLOR new election in tho same district. For local relief. Cures are not expected. tho newly elected Representative Seme ot The Stale Laws Cvra4M Tk Dr. Hartman's method eradicates ca- Batfy, by wad, WHEN IN TOWN. $ayear Reckless Use el The UnplMMt would have no better title than have tarrh absolutely. Get his latest book Best Line to Term. a year and learn how to combat this insidious gaily u4 StwUy, If already, and that I must remain in my Medicine Co., disease. The ARKANSAS, TEXAS, Coolest and most refreshing seat, therefore, or' Congress must, by The calling a man a liar is a crime Columbus, O., will mail Dr. Hartman's b of drinlcs that can be found law, change the "boundary of this dis draws ut inlamiMttea MEXICO books free oa application. 5 .lungs. , . -T trict, or else, these lea. counties must in Virginia. The Legislature of in the city are dispensed H. A. Scott, Bart, Tenn., writes: remain without a Representative until passed this law: 13 THE GKEATS9T SUNDAY and accommoCALIFORNIA. by AND "I feel great medicine my I am - NKWSPArUt IXTHK ?jfOLp. WeAleal "li any person shall in the pres and your very thankful to that Maker Keranfcer we hire complaint whatthe Legislature of Kentucky changes dating clerks. LoulsTrnrltBlenIn? Car leavesthroughyou hire any Pullraan If ever ana desire the belt medical advice cured. I would ot he without Pe- - Price S ccate a cyjr. Br m8, UM s year. SmhrpM ' vine every Thursday night and runs the boundary of tho district And if ence or hearing of another cutfce yon can poMioir cbtaia. write ths Sraif Water Kepi ' Tj. to San Francisco is thehosse." frrely. You will receive Legislature does abuse sucli person, or use any vlotentij doctor either CofgrwiS or the A4drtc TBI SUIT ItV vnnrtleKex language to such penoa eon Htmet reply. wltUoutcpit. has been curiag eatarrh for -- 4to U. II. Fowler, Traveling rassenger Agent, change Ui4 Itteiuiary, it will hsve to abusive iik-e' Jyralsville, Ky. Lowell, XtH. ww room or sny oi hi female forty years. It plueM ceraing Louisville already ItM eownty that DM. OALDWKLL'V Free Reclining Chair Cars SeoodsBt. Phoae a. and bois MMi VB, AU at Memphis and New (Mews. WA. A. KELLOW, A. H. HA.WSO. Uy ieted to pifMu MQ excluda om '? more of itiwti 'ua ' A. Q.V.MUmimW a. P. X, CW. '" 1 Equitabfe Life ttt Next tramped a weary carpenter by, And much pinched werj his lantern Jaws, When he stopped to explain the plight he was only received li.409 votes. -- territory. To call a man a liar in Georgia is slander, for which ono may be given 1,000 fine or a year in the penitentiary, both. He has the right, however, to prove his charge and go clear. On the criminal side of the courts tho law holds that the lie constitutes the first blow and justifies violent response. The Missouri statute says that if the victim of an insult used language cal culated to provoke a breach of the peace and the assailant caa prove it there is no offense. The law does not cover tho offense of calling man a liar. In Arkansas tho use of the epithet is misdemeanor punishable by a fine. In Mississippi law it is not specifically mentioned, but all insulting words are made civilly actionable. In South Carolina it is not a crime, but may be used as a basis of civil action lor defa- for Young and Old The executor of Lee Jake White, deceased, offers for sale privately about Esti lUi" BLOOD 1370 H 250,000 e SKIN& 234 ot which lies immediately In Foitown, the balance is between the land of Wm. Bennett and Dudley Tribble. The latter is In bluegrass and has not been ploughed for thirty years. I We Don't Acres of Land, - Want a Cent Of your money unless you get value received for it. For that reason we are always, glad to have you look around the store and learn how much better you can do here than anywhere else. ffl I ant-2- m 2S0 -- 'XUKAT-MKN- T Agui-jald- o, Bed-roo- m Maple, MahogIn Bird's-Ey- e any, Golden and Antique Oak.... NiBeantiiul Brass and Folding Beds. Elegant Sideboards. .Extension and Center Tables. 0dd Dressers. Chiffoniers. SParlor Cabinet Book Cases. XHat Racks, Etc., Etc. There is also on displaj' in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever brought to Richmond. My selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette, ' Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot be excelled. A handsome line of Couches in 'Velvet and Corduroy, just received from the city. Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Work Baskets, Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attractive additions to our business. If you are a lover of beaut- - it will pay you to call and my line of Framed Pictures, Medallions, &c. We also make a specialty of . v oct2S-4- free-arm- l Kennedys Kergan ER3. ill I feb3-l- y J. A -- Paint For iiiir - - the-othc- r 31-3- 0 We have an limited quantity of black paint, suitable for 1 Co.363 7 barns, Iron Fences, Gutters, framing pictures. Our line is full and complete, and in charge of Mr. M. G. Brown, a graduate embalmer and funeral director. It will pay you to call on me before purchasing els'ewhere. 97- ....Water ' Lit S, NEVILLE MOBERLEY PHONE 23.-S- an23-3- m - Notice to Creditors Successor to J. S. Collins. 3 n -- r) English Kitchen, A BOOM TO MANKIND! Creditors Notice! BUCKEYE w QR-TABLER- '8 that-count- 1,-- 09 Drugs Paints coun-fle- A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; bottles, so cents. JAMES F. BALLARD, - Sols Proprietor, - - y For- sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druggists. 310 North Main Strest, ST. LOUIS, MQ, J151-- . ladison Monumenta ESTABLISHED Works I il 1863. 6- JAMES T. HAMILTON, Peopeietoe. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statnary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. . y Louis if. Landman WtH.HoslialS.Co, HEROISM! 1 -- A T) ui w Aprs! Cherry pectoral FINE. WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who aro contemplating buying Marblo, Granite, or r.ny kind of Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call at the old stand iu the rear o the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand a large stock of finished work to select from, ct prices to suit all cliiesos of buyers. JpflfJIn. W. G. GOUOHER, onejof the best workmen in Cential Kentucky, is in charge of ourestablishment and this means satisfactory work in every phase. Parties liyinjt at a distance should write to us for designs, which will be furnished on application. . Si's 4 1 -- JCSr YOUR r.tTRONAGE SOLICITED- .- ' Jly27-t- a. "News and Opinions' JOTES D. HAMILTON, All Proprietor: York Guaranteed. REPAIRING AND TIMEING FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. "Pe-rn-n- Man-a-li- n : r- The H Sun rn ,p-NI"- New 'Orleans Dr. Ayer's Contain Both, tAr'$ 4-v-- Cherry Pectoral Plaster Pe-ru-- 1895-'9(- Mil RE !? up-to-da- te 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. Derrt-men- u , ru-n- a i h at Thubman , Xqu can. buy more GROCERIES far Jess jnony ... . MEMBER ,thau &ny wlrd .oft Earth. UllUxJ Tf . .asa.caU. J Giyei i . ? i - I 1 ?: J ! Pe-ru-n- a II lf trt -- YRUP PEPSIil - CHUBMllf GrBOCEftY 06., if BICHMOND, KY. - The Richmond Climax. A nice little story Is joing the rounds, entitled "The President As Elevator Boy." It is not cnbellished D.CMUjAS':T' ProprtttomndBlliors. with the fact that McKinley has elevat ed moro incompetent Into office and C B. WOODS. Atsoclate Editor. they have caused greater loss to our 1890. nation, in blood and treasure, than all WEDNESDAY. FEB. 15, the swords and bullets of the Spaniards. ZVEKY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co. PRICE PKlt YEAR, $1.50. ANNOUNCEMENT FOR AUDITOR. Wa arm nnthoriied to annonnce JOHN 13 ClinNAULT, of Madison county, a candidate (or the office of State Auditor, subject to the action ol tnc Democratic ouue vjonveuuou. FOB BKFRESEXTATIVB. the action 01 tee Democratic party. We are authorized to annonnce W. W. COMBS a candidate to succeed himself in the next general - assembly of the State of Ken- . npmrro ...KG.4n 4h will ff party. We arc authoritcd to announce M. H. WILLIAMS a candidate for the Legislature, subject to Two Riant evils woro lately consoli dated iu Kentucky, when whiskey was put in the control of a trust The Stanford Journal has the beet corps of country correspondents of any pa;ierin this section, and its Lancaster lotter is about the best of the bunch. Pennsylvania is in the throes of a Republican Senatorial scandal. One reason why Ohio has no new Senatorial scandal this year is that she is still busy with an old one. The Stanford Journal arrived here on Saturday, 24 hours later than when the paper was printed on Thursday afternoon The sooner the quicker, the oftener the better with the Stanford Journal. ' Fon ordering out the 4th Kentucky, Gen. Alger has the thanks of the country. The officers didn't like to give up thoir big salaries and return to $10 to $50 positions, but the $13 privates are glad to como homo. A ihsi'atcii from Anniston, Ala., says that drunken commissioned officers of tho 4th Kentucky fired into the tents of privates and committed other disgraceful acts in Camp Shipp a ago. An investigation will be had of their conduct. few-nigh- Sbntimentalists offer large sums for tho pon with which McKinley signed the peace treaty. A dozen such used in the not worth the editorials on tho Fronchburg Agitator. That is a country newspaper with a sure onough journalist at its head. lead-penc- A man signing hinisolf George Mooro, of London ( iy), says that Congressman Davison is a great man, an ablo one, and "possessed of much integrity and enthusiasm." Qualifications, we may add, that will ornament a private citizen after the 4th of next month. The Louisville Tost a few days ago had an editorial witli this caption: "Stop the. Paris Extravagance." AVe did not read it, but presume it referred to the reckless manner in which Col. Craddock is spending his monoy. Owcnlon Hernld. tioou, but, alas! what presumption. When Charley Moore, editor of tho Blue Grass Ulndo, was sentenced at Cincinnati last weok to two years in the penitentiary, he hroko down and cried like a child. But the judge remarked that as Jlooro had repeatedly broken tho law and had gloried in it, he deserved the ponalty. Ik John 1). White accomplishes no more tlmn to show how much rottenness exists among tho Republican leaders in the lltli district, his efforts will not have been in vain. He made Chairman Harnett, (a nalivo of Madison! of the State central committee, acknowledge that the letter bearinc his name and imploring the people to vote for Boreing, the party nominee, was a forgory. He also showed that whiskey and other disreputable methods were employed against him, but of them Judge Boreing professed entire ignorance Stanford Journal. CiFiBrower&Co Lexington, Ky. Carpets! If the full line of spring patterns in all the new and novel effects are now on exhibition. See prices in so, show-windo- We have just brought down from our work floor 75 of these rugs in all si zes and colorings, that we offer at fcss Wv&u Cos Now is j'our time to se cure these bargains, for they are a superb collection and will notlast long. CrF.Brower&Co MAIN AND BROADWAT, Lexington, Ky. Versailles after a very plasant visit to M. S. Cohen. her sister-Mrs- . Miss Elizabeth Taylor, who hap been confined to her room for the past week with grip, is able to bo ont again. Mrs. Tevis Wllkerson, of Lexington, who has been the guest of Miss Sallie Taylor, returned home last week. Misses Helen and Laura Bennett en Judge Robebt J. Bbeckineidqe, of Danville, has announced Lis candi- tertained last Tuesday evening in hon dacy for tho Democratic nomination or of Miss Clay, of Paris, and Misses for Attorney General. If he is nomi Patton and Fletcher, of Huntsville, nated lib will be elected, and we will Ala. witness tho spectacle . of a Kentucky Miss Ethel Terrill returned Tburs thorongbbrcad.successor to the catfish-mout- h day from St Louts, where sho has been misfit at present holding the tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Mabel Beggs. Miss Ray Streng entertained Friday A Lexinoton man advertises a lot very novel and delightful of good Kentucky whiskey for busi evening in a About twenty couples were manlier. ness or other property." There are, says the "Winchester Democrat, a num- present and all pronounced it a thorber of people in every town exchang ough success. Hon. "Y. L. Brown, judge, ing good property for whiskey but they are not advertising the fact ex of counsel for E- K. Wilson, was down cept through tho medium of their from London to see his client. W. F. noses. And we will add, by starving French, of Madison, accompanied him Stanford Journal. wives and children. Col. Colson, of the 4th Ky., was Dr. Carl Lewis Wheeler, declares he shotby Lieut. E. D. Scott, of Lexing Dr. Wheeler is much pleased with his ton, at Anniston, Ala. Scott convinced new location in Lexington. He now the War Department that the men has an office of his own. Success to wished to be mustered out, despite him. Hustonville cor. Stanlord Jourthe reports to the contrary by some of nal. Mrs. Gov. J. P. Eaglo, who was the the superior officers. The men had an old grudge, and when they met both handsome Miss Oldham, of Madison n here, is seripulled their guns, Scott shooting his county, and antagonist but himself escaping un ously ill and under treatment in Cinhurt. Col. Colson Is not fatally cinnati. Stanford Journal. wounded. Lt. A. Stewert, son of Stewart was the guest Monday of Mr. Judge Boreing says in an interview H. H. Hargis. He was on his way that Gen. Taylor is the best man the homo from Anniston, Ala., when he Republicans have for governor. Alas hasLeen with the Kentucky volunteers. that a party should be reduced to such straits and may the devil soon get his Mr. Harrison Thompson, froraerly of Versailles, now of Cedar Town, Ga., own. Stanford Journal. There are a dozen bigger, brainier, is putting in an ico plant and steam and incomparably more decent Repub- laundry in Cedar Town and both promlicans right here in Madison. But let ise to pay him handsomely. As a stuTaylor run! His defeat would cause dent of C. U. and lately a soldier, his no more sorrow than shooting a Span friends hero will be glad to hear of his prosperity in prospect. iard. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Broadhead reThe entrance of Hon. R. J. Brecken-ridg- c turned last week after a visit to An into the race for the Democratic napolis and Philadelphia. They are nomination for Attorney General, had expecting soon Mrs.Broadhead'sfather, its birth in the suggestion of his name Rev. Dr. R. L. Breck.who is now in the a year ago by the Stanford Journal East, He has been living in California which speaks thus of him: and has not visited in Kentucky for 'There isn't an abler lawyer in Ken- many years. Dr. Breck was tho first tucky, a sounder Democrat or a more Chancellor of Central University, deserving one, and when he takes the Richmond, Ky., and lias many rela place that Bill Taylor has made a botch tives and friends in this section. Ver-sallof filling, as he will do, tho office will Sun. be conducted by a moro capable man Mrs. "W. F. Booker, entertained in than it has had during our honor of her debutante daughter, Miss Maria Lewis Booker, yesterday after noon and List night. Their home on Lt. Col. MunitAY of the 4th Kentucky has our sympathy. Also, he Ormsby avenue was profusely decora lias the information asked of us to ted in palms, ferns and bridesmaid and whom wo referred when we spoke of American BeaUty roses. A largenuinber of guests wero present, principally lowbred officers." He has reply from the officers themselves, the matrons of society in the afternoon, whose disgraceful conduct last week and the debutantes at night. Miss seems to have been a verification of all Booker was gowned in her debutante we said about the volunteer service in gown of white. She was assisted in rein general. But Col. Murray will ceiving by her mother, Mrs. "W. F. emerge from the trouble witli tho re Booker. Louisville Dispatch, Saturday. spect of everybody. No man who en Mrs. Richard W. Miller entertained listed for tho war entered with a no- at whist Fridav afternoon and at euchre bler purpose, and that ho was not per- in the evening. In the afternoon mitted to fight the Spaniards will be a about twenty married ladies were pres lasting source of regret to him and his ent. The evening was given up to the host of friends. young people. The game lasted till 12 o'clock, resulting in a victory for Miss Take heart, yo hungry editors. Margaret Chenault and Mr. T. J. Read and be comforted If not filled: Smith, Jr. Those present wero Misses Now 1 find I shall have but little Anne and Laura Bennett, Belle Mc space to talk about money making and Dowell, Salhe Shackelford, Margaretta keeping. But must say men of great Smith, Margaret and Florence Cheu-aul- t, capacity often havo little capacity to Dovey Letcher and Mrs. Field make or save money. I once read of Miller. Messrs. Clay Shackelford, Will some great man who said ho never had Hume, E. S. Booker, G. Hall, Gray time to make money. Thomas Jeffer- Strother, J. J. Grecnleaf, Caswell Tria son, the greatest political philosopher ble, James and Louis Neale and J. V. the world ever saw, had no time to make Norman. money. Webster, the great expounder of the constitution, was sued by his butcher for his beef account and he said, "sue mo as often as you please, Preaching by Rev. Ashford Reeves but don't starve me ,to death; send East End Christian church on the me some moro beef;" Byron wrote his at the nights of ev sublime poetry under a cloud of debt; second and fourth Sunday ery month.' Milton's sublime genius walked in Rov. R. J. Hunter will preach on blind but stately poverty through the coverts of Heaven and glared in horri- Sunday morning next at 11 o'clock, ble magnificence amid the lurid vaults at Silver Creek Chapel; in the evening of hell; S. S. Prentiss, one of the finest at "Wm. Cochran's residence.at 7 o'clock. orators of ancient or modern times, was never out of debt; Thomas P. Marshall, of Kentucky, was a blazing genHood. Mr. and Mrs. Kuper Hood ius clothed in rags; Stephen A. Dougd las, the "Little Giant of the "West," aro tho proud parents of a was no millionaire; tho great Franklin, son, born at Covington on Monday walked the streets of Philadelphia, had night, February 6 The child has been but three loaves, one under each arm, named for its father, Kuper Hood, Jr. and one in his mouth, when seen by Miss Reed, his future wife. He who owned the Court of Heaven was cradled in a manger, and called on the fish's Preferred Death to the Asylum. month for a small coin to pay tribute to "Jnsiah Aldrich, Rankin, Clark Caesar. Money Is no sort of test of ca county, Ky.." scrawled on a piece of pacity or qualification for office. I paper, was the means of identifying would rather be an orator like Bryan, tho man who was found dying in a like Ephraim S. Van "Winkle, or like freight car at the L&N. Depot SaturCol. Hill, than to bo a Vanberbilt or a day afternoon. His throat was cnt Rockefeller, or a John Jacob Astor, f rom ear to ear, the jugular vein being and I'd rather bo Bobbitt than all of severed. Officer Charles Dudley re them! Fountain Fox Bobbitt, in membered to have seen the man wan Stanford Journal. dering about the depot after the arrival of tho 1 o'clock train from Winchester, and commented upon his queer actions. It developed at the Coroner's inquest Mrs. Grant Lilly is'in Vers allies. thst the deceased was of unsound "Miss Florida Gibson is visiting at mind, and had been in the asylum London. His body was taken to Clark by Jailer Miss Margaret White is the guest of Boone, of WincheEter. o Fife. Good Entertainment. Miss Pearl Gentry is visiting friends Comedy Com Tho in Winchester. pany began a week's engagement at Mr. Matt S. Cohen spent several days the Opera House Monday night and in Lexington last week. showedv at the start they aro much Mies Lizzie Barrett is the guest of her above the averago of such troupes now siter, Mrs. J. Speed Smith. on the road, They travel and board in Judge J. C. Chenaulc spent several their own cars, and are clever, sociable people. They have an days in Louisville last week. Capt James T. Shackelford spent extensive roportoir and their plays are well presented with appropriate cosSunday and Monday at home. tuming and fitage settings. Their Mr. Cliff Thompson, of "Mt. Sterling, specialties are very good and enliven visited friends here last week. the time between acta. Mr. Cabell H. Chcnault has just-r- e The Log Cabin, published at Cyn- turned from a visit to Henry county. thiana, where the company filled a Dr. A. Wilkes Smith entertained at week's engagement just before coming dinner Friday evening for the Century here, says: U1UD. "Tho Comedy Com Mrs.. Jennie Grider, of Speedville, is pany has been playing to Jnrgc au visting her brother, Mr. Leo Todd, at diences all this week aud have 'given general satisfaction. This is the best Ford. Mr. Jason Walker and Miss Mar popular priced organization we have guerite returned from Mississippi last Been in tins city, and the company has been so well pleased with their recep week. tion here that the manager has can W. L. Frazier, of Toronto, Cana Mr. daiei; and da, spent several days in town last celed other longer." will remain here two nights weok. Mrs. David Chenault, of Louisville, tttrtrhtfl Tlx rrfc. CatwpWMWIH is the guest of Mrs. G. G. Prewitt on Tkrive. Third street. Wo notice that the pestiverous En Mr. N. L. Bachman attended the glish sparrows hereabouts have bees meeting of &e base ball leagiio at Lex almost exterminated by the cold. These littlo birds have found a friend and ington Saturday. Miss Jistelle Poyntz, of Point Leavell, champion in the Louisville Post.which thus to these is the gue3t of tho Misses Hart on throws out the life-lin- e caterpillars destroyers. Smith's Summit. "A very severe, winter or a storm that Mr. and Mrs. P.B. Jamn, who destroys many sparrows will Barely bo have been visiting here are sow giuate followed indeed, in receat yean. of friends in Lexington. been here lolloped by an increased Mesrs. Jobs R. Gibson ad Mr. Will BUKber of caterpillar and tbeir de-Moberley "left Saturday for Or- leaas to attend HflrdlGriw. AmI tfee destruction cf th Uim Cefata rBraf! Hearf? to or-circwell-knowes "high-salaried, resumption on tho old dreadful scale oven within tho homes of tho detesta ble scourge.; This is no mero conceit it is a statement that stands for a fully tested and demonstrated fact. "Though tho sparrows do not ear-- the worms' that tho other birds eat, it is likely that- tho sparrows consumo in our cities nlty times as many eggs. And tho sparrows aro always on hand and ever at it. Tho reproductive pow er of the insect .is' such tbaf'outfor this we would soon ngain be in the midst of a caterpillar plaguo." Now then, after this defense of acomr monly supposed nuisance We are pro- pared to extend the English sparrow assurances of our highest consideration, so long as ho does not drive away tire, song birds fields and woodlands. -of-th- Sa.ro. Lewis Tomrriio West.. Martha Clay v Jessie Haley Alleen Browning . 90 '. 11-1- 2 M 90 OOJ -- 90J 90 7-- GREENBACKS ' or Government Money. At close of our Civil War in 1865, there appeared in the London Times yM X M W 7lM ?fs Tf slJ7W 7W ii & Ma Addie Irvine... Frances "Wasson Elizabeth Embry 90. C 10 901 Splendid Rcoort of Students ol Madison stitute. In- Estimated in terms of the good conduct, regular and punctual attendance of the students and the excellent "work done by them, Madison Institute has never had, under tho present management, a more successful semester than tho one which closed on January 12th. The following flcurcs give a fair idea of the standards attained: Reports in full are given of those students who. reached a general averago of 95 per cent, and above. Annie Duncan. Junion Literature 96, Astronomy 99, TJ. STHistory 91, Political Economy 93, Deportment 100, At- tendance 99J. Emma Hondren. Junior Literature Astronomy 9S. U. S. History 95, Chemistry 90, Deportment 100, Attendance 99J Georgia Lctton. Higher Arithmetic 88, Chemistry 90, Special History 93, Political Economy 97, Deportment 100. Houskeeping 100, Attendance 100. Rosa May Moberloy. (Preparatory) Ariihmetie 92, Grammar 93, General History 98, Class Elocution 99, Reading 9S, Spelling 91, Reading 99, Deportment 9G, 100, RELIGIOUS. BIRTHS. ten-poun- L.OCAL,, PERSONAL. Miss-Molli- Lehr-Willia- Stella Templeman. Senior Latin 91, 3rd year French 90, 1st year German 95, Geometry (reviewing) 93, TJ. S. History 99, Deportment 100, Attendance 100. Lula Bishop Weaver. Senior Litera ture 89, Voice 9S, Class Elocution 98; Drawing 95, Housekeeping 100, Attend ance 99). Edith Searcy (Preparatory) Arith metic 90, Grammar 94, General History 93, Latin 90, Algebra 99, Piano 93, Class Elocution 90, Reading 97, Housekeeping 89, Deportment 100, Attendance 09. Mabel Mason. Rhetoric 93. Physics 93, Virgil 92, 1st year German 90, Class Elocution 90, Drawing 100, Deportment 100, Attendance 97. Cricket Terrell. Latin 90, Algebra 92, History of Greece 93, Class Elocu tion 92, Drawing 90, Deportment 100, Attendance 90 Annie Bales. Latin 92, Algebra 91, Elements of Rhetoric 94, Physical Geography 9S, Class Elocution 9S, Drawing 95, Deportment 100, Attendance 97 j. Frances Burroughs. Cicero 92, Rhet The Mountaineek. oric 95, Geometry 82, Shorthand 90. Thero is more Catarrh In this ecction Class Elocution 95, Drawing 95,' Houseof the country than all other diseases 100, Deportment 100. Attendkeeping put together, and until the last few ance 100. years was supposed to be incurable. 95, Rhet tor a great many years doctors proInez Burroughs.--Caesa- r oric 95, Geometry 79, History of Greece nounced it a local disease, and pre scribed local remedies, and by constant91, Piano 97, Class Elocution 96 Draw ly failing to cure with local treatment, ing 100, Housekeeping 100, Deportment pronounced incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional AttendanceJOO. disease, and therefore requires constituLila Deatherage. (Preparatory) tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, Arithmetic 9S, General History 98, Fry's manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Complete Geography 93, Grammar 93, Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional Reading 90, Writing 99, Spelling 99, cure on the market. It is taken internClass Elocution 93, Drawing 97, Deport- ally in doses from 10 drops to a It acts directly'ou the blood ment 100, Attendance 99. and mucous surfacee of the system. Jennie Dickson. Elements of Rhet- They offer one hundred dollars for any oric 93, History of Greece 97, Physical case it Mils to euro. Send for circulars Address, Geography 90, Geometry 90, Class Elo- and testimonials. F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, O. cution 9G, Piano 98, Drawing 06, HouseSold by Druggists, 75 cents. keeping 01, Deportment 100, AttendHallWamily Pills are the best, lm ance 100. Sallie Riley. (Senior Preparatory). Active solicitors wanted every for "The Story or the Philippines" Latin 96, Algebra 97, Jewis Scriptures by Murat Halstead. commissioned by tho GovOfficial Historian to the War Deernment 93, Piano 90, partment.as The book was written in army 93, Grammar 91, Elocution Pacific with Housekeeping 100, Deportment 100, At- camps at San Francisco, on the at Honolulu. General Merritt, in the hospitals In Hong Kong, in the American trenches at tendance 100, Drawing 95. camps with Nevillene Morton. Latin 93, Algebra Manila, in the insurgent on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey, and in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila. 95, Physics 92, Elements of Rhetoric 9S, Bonanza for agents. Brimful of original picClass Elocution 90, Piano 9S, Drawing tures taken by coverment photographers on the spot. Largo book. Low prices. Big profits. 95, Housekeeping 95, Deportment 100, Freight paid. Credit given. Drop all trashy unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address, Attendance 99. F. T. Barber, Scc'y , Star Insurance Bldge., oct26-4Chicago. General averages of the foregoing; Annie Duncan 97J 97 7 Stella Tomplemart Lila Deatherage - 90 8 90 2 Rosa May Moberley Lula Bishop Weaver 96 No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 8 .. 96 will be at the Hotel Zimmer, Richmond, Ky., on Edith Searcy 961 Jennie Dickson ... Wednesday, March 8, 1899, Emma Hendren 90 2 Nevillene Morton....'....'....'.....;..,. 9C1SS0 returning every second Wednesday o. each month. Reference every physician of RichSallie Riley 90 febl6-lmond, Ky. 96 Annio Bales Georgia Letton 95 Cricket Terrell 95 For Sa!e Privately! Inez Burroughs 95 Mabel Mason 95 Fannio Burroughs 95 I will offer for sale privately nir House and The following students received 100 Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th Streets, back of A. R. Burnam'a property. in attendance and punctuality for tho The house has seven rooms, good cistern, staentire semester: Frances L. Bouldiu, ble and other necessary outbuildings; the lot contains about 90x90 feet. The price will bo Inez Burroughs, Nora Rucker, Jennie reasonable for cath. WILLIAM ENGLISH, Dickson, Marion Gibbs, Jessie Haley, nov9-t- f Richmond, Ky. Willie Harber, Elizabeth Kentner, Georgia Letton, Sallio-RIleand Carey DR. CALDWELL'S 1 Rice. Tho following excellent reports con1 tain no grade below 90: Nora Ruckor. Cicero 93, Geometry 91, Rhetoric 94, Medieval History 93, Class Elocution 92, Drawing 93, House keeping 92, Deportment 100, Attend ance 100. Lizzie Bales. Latin 90, Arithmetic 90, Algebra 92, Grammar 92, Class Elo cution94, Deportment 100, Attendance Agui-jaldo, m 3-83-8- Attendance 99. the following : " If that mischievous financial polTho Pennsylvania road's new $100,000 icy which had its origin in the North station in Jersey City has been opened American Republic during the late Civil, War in that country, should beV" Lfor U!e 5 .. t come indurated down to a fixture, CORRESPONDENCE. then that government will furnish its 'mbney'without cost. It vill nave all "' the money that is necessary to carry IRVINE. on its trade and commerce. It will Estill Conntyl become prosperous beyond precedent in the history of civilized nations' of Mr. Dave Bergman was in Lexinglon the world. The brain and wealth of Sunday. all countries will go to North America. Mr. Robert M. Bergman is making.a THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE DESTROYED OR IT WILL DE.short visit to Lexington. STROY EVERY MONARCHY ON .Old men in Irvine, say Thursday THIS GLOBE," .was the coldest day they ever felt. The famous Hazzard circular, to Mr. Montio Powell has a largo boil on capitalists in New York, and the Buell the back of his neck which is quite pain Bank circular to United States Bankers, both emanating from London, and ful. Mrs. Monlie Powell has been suffer the fabubus corruption fund raised inJ ing terribly with a rising on ono of her England and Germany, estimated at fingers. It is, some better now since $1,500,000, were the agents that secured the closing of our mints against she has had it lanced. silver. The ink on the Mountaineers pen has The "walk into my parlor" policy frozen which prevents his writingother of England, during and since the exciting things that have transpired in Spanish War, is the latest evidence tho city of Irvine, during tho past week. of" English Diplomacy in shaping the Mrs. Sam Vaughn has beeo offered destiny fif the United States Governfive dollars for her dog, she calls ment. Notwithstanding the famine price "Dewey." She refused the offer saying 6be would not take any thing for of wheat, the Spanish War, and fabulous expenditures of money by out her pet. government during the past year, gold Powell for pickols, ho has has Go to Bert increased in value eleven per cent .a new supply of mixed pickols, which and all other values decreased in the per bottle and same proportion. sell for only ten cents .are the best on the market. Your corFor a thorough understanding of respondent sampled and they provo to the money question, or silver issue, be splendid. the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly A young inau traveling for a Louis- given evidence of its ability to teach, ville firm went, Thursday, to some explain and produce all facts and country stores in the interest of his em- truth. It is a paper that ought and ployes, when ho returned to Irvino he can be read by all classes with pleaswas speechless from cold, but was car- ure and profit ried to the hotel where he soon re covered. Mr. V. P. Smith, one of Somerset's best lawyers, is in Irvine on business. Little Grace came with her fathor and AH persons knowing- themselves indebted to late Dr. J. 41. Foster will is enjoying immensely her visit to Mr. the estate of the and settle or else accountscome forward at once will W. T. B. Williams, whom she be sued on. and Mrs J. O. CHENAULT: an!8-t- f agreeably surprised by the visit to her ATty. for Mrs. J. M. Foster. old home. About seven o'clock Saturday evening Mrs W. T. B. Williams started from her room across the back porch into the kitchen. The light from tho hall cast a deceiving shadow on the porch and before Mrs. Williams knew it, she had taken one step too many, causing her to fall off the ond of the porch, which is five feet high. Dr. Embry was at once summoned and proSemi-annu- al nounced Mrs. Williams considerably shaken with a collar bone broken and a dislocated shoulder. The invalid is improving and 3he has our best wishes for a rapid recovery. 90 25-7- 2 1 Are you married? to any particular house, if so get a divrorce 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, WcK)llIosiery53IanUej"Comf6rts 7. and Notions of all kinds. 7 I mean T DON' T FORGET . 4, J? tttt That our line of Men's Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best in the city. I also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls. My stock of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only a few prices hat are now making them go: Blankets, 10-- for 38c. to $5.0p. ' Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. Ladies' "Wool Skirts, 50c. Ladies' Vests, 15c. and up. Ladies' Hose, 19c. Spool Cotton, lc. and up. ..; : All-wool 100-Yar- V- - V Handkerchiefs, lc. and up. Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up. fcsrown Cotton, 6c. per yard: Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. Overcoats, $2.50 and up. d Spool Silk, 5c. 12 Yards Lace, 5c. Always watch for my advertisement, I can save you money. Creditors JTotice! I 0WEN Cor. Main and 1st Sts. McKE Richmond, Ky. CLEAKING SALE is now going on and great inducements offered. We want to close out everything that pertains to winter wear. This is our inducement: Great lSTRENG'So Knee Pant Suits. 2.50 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.50 o ". 4 ? OFF FROM REGULAR o.0 5.2o 5.65 6.00 "$2.00 H Men's and Young Men's Suits. $ o.uu 7.00 7.50 8.00 10.00 12.00 13.50 15.00 Suits 1 off, Suits i off, Suits 1 off, Suits off, Suits 1 off, Kuits i.oir, now Suits i off, now Suits off, now i now now now now now 7.50. 9.(KT 10.15 11.25 Suits i off. Suits i off, Suits toll, Suits i off, Suits i off, Suits i off, Suits off, I .$1.50 . 1.90 . 2.25 . 3.00 . 3.75 . 4.50 . i now. now. now. now. now. now. now. 5. 05 ' $ 6.00 7.50 10.00 12.00 15.00 18.00 One-fourth and Young Mi kimi i Overcoats I off, now.$ 4.50 Overcoats off, now. 5.65 Overcoats i off, now. 7.5Q Overcoats 1 off, now. 9.00 Overcoats off, now. 11.25 Overcoats i off, now. 13.50 0i! on all onr EMERSON off, now i A TVTnC! Ten Cents V AJN ii W."0ne Dollar for aaButton, for Bip. HATS! $1.00 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.50 3.00 HATS! now now now now now off, now off, now off, off, off, off, off, $ 75 95 m IB B9f CELE$2.05 3.75 BRATED SHOES. $3.50 Emerson Shoes 5.00 Emerson Shoes oil, now $2.00 Pants off, now $1.50 2.50 Pants off, now 1.90 3.00 Pants I off, now 2.25 1.25 Pants off, now 95 2.00 Tiger Brand, Corduroy 1.50 Pants off, jiow 4.00 Pants off, now 3.00 4.50 Pants off, now 3.40 5.00 Pants off, now-- . . . . 3.75 The Celebrated Dutchess ants. h off on these justly celebrated pants. One-fourt- i i i i i i i Hats Hats Hats Hats Hats Hats Hats 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1.15 1.30 1.50 1.90 2.25 COLORED SHIRTS. S 50 Colored Shirts 1 00 Colored Shirts 1.50 Colored Shirts 4 4 1- -4 oil. now. off, now off, now $ 38 75 1.17 Dr. Louis II. Landman U9-7- One-fourth 01 1-- o& all Our Other Mke $ 1. f 50 Gloves 4 off, now .00 Gloves 4 off, now .50 Gloves 14 off, now .50 Perrin Gloves 4 off, now 1-- 53-5- .: $ 38 75 OF SHOES. $1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.50 3.00 1-- y. 3-- Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes 4 4 1-- off, now off, now 1-- 1.15 1.90 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 off, off, off, off, now now now now off, now off, now off, now off. now off, now off, now off, now . ' 1. 1. : 1.! 2. 50 5YRUP PEPSlRI 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 $ 1. '. i . 1., 1: 2.! .00 .25 .50 .00 .50 .00 .00 .00 .50 .00 Trunks Trunks Trunks Trunks Trunks Trunks Trunks Trunks Trunks Trunks TRUNKS. 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 1-- off, now off, now 4 1-- 4 1-- 4 l-- 4 1-- 41-- 4 1-- 4 off, off, off, off, off, off, now off, now off, now . .: now. . ' now . now now now : . .;. . :. ...: .. $1.50 1.70 1.90 2.25 2.65 3.00 3.75 4,50 5.65 0.00 The World - 97J. well-behav- Lehr-WilHa- The following averages aro 90 or above, and below 95: Bessie Tribble (Preparatory) 94 43 44 ., Frances L. Bouldin 94 9 Geneva Moberley Jennie Goodloe (Preparatory).., 94 &13 94 9 Nora Rucker Bettie Breck 94J 93 Lizzie Bales Russell Wasson 93J ) ;. Mary Lee Colyer 93 Woodson Browning 92 5 : 92 Ruth Parrish 7-39-6- 4 2-9-3-- 10 4-47-0- 4 7-- Almanac and Encyclopedia d for 1899 . This great sale will not last long as the prices wre make- - will soon reduce our stock. JSow is the time for all those1 that need anything for immediate use or for later use to buy. This is strictly a one-fourt- h off sale. : Illustrated History of the Spanish-American H. J. STRENG, "The Clothier," "The Shoer," "The Firnisher," "The Hatter," US War j Jig J Jk J Neale Stella Adams Lula Coyington (Preparatory)... Bessie , 92 92 92 33-6- 4 t 5 ready for sale EVERYWHERE JANUARY 1st, W9. jfi & Jt, Jt Jt j5 jfi jfi Jt 3 J jf jf Together xrith. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, CSSP1 mjBj The Battle Calendar of the Republic, Compiled by ' "BBwjpppB jjyi You tell your folks that when in need of anything in. the Hardware, Tinware or Stove EDGAR STANTON MACLAY Hsstctiaa of Use U.S. Navy. They are no buyingfor CREAM BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. A . THE STANDARD AMERICAN ANNUAL. PRICE 25 CENTS, & m h, vA apt the Largest anl Most Complete Stock (for the Spring trdVthfc ever came to Richmond. e expetrience in the hardware business and they think they know tho people's wants. They are prepared to sell you any thing m tlie hardware line for less money than you can cet tihe goods anywhere. NoirvW you are not trading with S.. & Co., just keep your hand on your rabbit foot and your eye peeled for bjjodoos. m?d life-tim- giving Ihey have had a Ny pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fr fcois Artwicfik, Akiffl or ar.y pther adulterant D, B. a Shackelford & Ca 49 "WAX tm rutkman. if .WW A. v I? I? THE GREAT SWEEP OUT SUE IS STILL GOING ON! The people are taking advantage of the opoprtunity. The opportunity is to all alike. You can not afford to miss it. EveiTthinff1hwtlie way of 7 ; WINTER GOODS JMUST GO. See.our prices: , . DM White a Gust ef Tk Jail. Win. Hanim, the old Union soldier who boasted of the number of Confederates bo had killed during the Civil AVar, died in tho county jail last week, having been admitted to the placo by Jailer Lackey, Hamm not having money to pnt up at a boarding house. He viis too ill to be removed and died, despite the beet of medical aid. Tho remains were buried in the Poosey neighborhood. 40QQ The Busy Bee Cash Store it 3 Fourth Kentucky Boys Come Heme. A number of Estill and Mndlson county members of tho Fourth Ken- Men's $5.00 Stacy Adams Shoes, all styles " 5.00 Buell Bootees If " " " 4.0Q " 4.00 Heavy Sole, Black and Tan, all 3.50 Heavy Sole, Black and Tan, all $3.95 3.95 2.95 2.95 2.95 styles and widths stj'les and widths Men's $3,00 Box Calf, Enamel, Vicr,all " 2.50 Shoes, all stj'les 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 stj-les,.$2.65 tucky Regiment 'returned homo on Sunday and Monday from Anniston, Ala., having been regularly mustered out, honorably discharged. The Fourth did hot get into active service; neither did the Second. The Third is now in Cuba, and the First, which was in Porto Rico before the war closed, will goon be mustered out in Louisville. - Sends Greetings to. their many Friends and Patrons, wishing them a happy and prosperous Hew Year for 1899 The great Mercantile Corporation, THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CO., have made special arrangements with the manufacturers with whom they do business to make special prices for them durfng'the year 1899, and they can promise their customers many rare bargains in all lines carried by them during the year. MOTTO - HATS m ALL STYLES AND AT YOUE OWN PRICE! " We want you to call and examine these goods and.be convinced that these are prices never before known in . Richmond. 4& RICE & ARNOLD,: The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY, FEI1. 15, Dr. Hobson, Dentist. Coldest woather since 1774. "Coldest weather in firty years." Tho fruit A. C. 1S90. remarks of the members of the Fouith Kentucky. They are so disgusted wifh army life in general that one man declared in our office yesterday that he would not respond to another call if the Cubans wept an ocean of tears and Washington City were afloat therein. Said he, uTaiking about volunteer?, wh'y you couldn't pet one of our boys to eat a potato if it was of tho "Volunteer variety." The following is an original song of Commodore J. Gordon-Dudley's- It Thls Is a Good Ono On The Army. is a positive treat to listen to tl e UULEJtBTJY, UNDSESELL, 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. : "Soupy, soupy, soupy, without a single bean. Coffee, coffee, coffee, the worst youv'e ever seen. Meaty, meaty, meaty, without a streak ot lear. Bready, bready, bready, and it not clean. Tho best smoker, tho Proctor Knott cigar. The soup house is a great thing for the suffering poor. Our first offerings for the New Year will be nice Bleached Cotton, no dressing. 4c yard; Hope Bleached Cotton, Londsdale finish, 6c yard ; Green Ticket Londsdnle Bleached Cotton. 0c yard ; fruit of tho loom Bleached Cotton, Co yard; Masouvillo Bleached Cotton, 6c yard; best 10-- 4 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting, 15c yard; good 10-- 4 Unbleached Sheeting, 12c yard; good yard-wid- e Brown Cotton, 3Jc yard; nice Sea Island yard-widBrown Cotton, 4c yard; AAA Trion Mills Brown Cotton, 4jc yard. yard-wid- e e Customers aro not limited as to the quantity of their purchase. We havo our ware rooms full of all kinds of domestic poods and as long as these special prices are named on them customers can buy what they want. We will ofTer good calicoes at 3c; Ameiican indigo blue calico, 4c; new red calicoes, best brands, 4c; American shirtintrs, new styles, 3Jc; Simpson's black and mourning prints, 4c Proctor Knott Cigar. Settling With Pike Owners. The snow, the snow, the beauti Tho Fiscal Court settled with Otter "who frowed' dat brick?" Creek Pike Company, at $G00 per mile, Thirty-fiv- e degrees below zero for 5 miles. $0,000 was paid for 5 miles of the Tates Creek pike, to bo measured. Monday morning at Silver Creek. residence on tho Sum bargain, if I can sell during the Wave and Coal Famine came mit Cold of February. Will rent house to town last week and are still month from purchaser. our guests. feb 14 vr J. D. Clauk. The coal merchants did a big busiWill Announce at The Proper Time. ness last week. They wero our angels We are requested to say that, at tho ofmercj-- . proper time, Mr. . Pleas B. Broaddts County Judge Sullivan supplied will announce his candidac3' for Slier the desorving poor with coal as did iff, subject to the action of tho Demo also the city authorities. cratic party. The roads of Madison county, in The Roads Are in Ruls. many places, liave readied a point Tho question of electing a super where it is dangerous to travel. visor of road j for tho county has not Many Iambs perished by the cold. been settled yet. Anything, it seems, Jake Shearer lost 30, Put Black 28, and would bo an improvement over the W. Dozier 15, besides many others. present system, judging by the condi -- Srgt. John F. Taylor, of 4th Ky. tion of our roads. Volunteers,' mustered out Sunday at l!Ai;iIKi l'LYJlOUUl HOCKS. Anniston, Ala., returned home Tues Twenty years a 'breeder of this one day. arioty, stock bettor $han ever before. Wm. II. Urockman, the paiuter, Boosters from E. B. Thompson, New brk. Eggs 1G to 1" setting, $1.00. was found dead in bed in "Chicago." Mks. M. F. Abbuoklk, He was 03 years of age, and leaves two Silver Creok, Madison Co., Ky. oung children. will sell my at-a . -- WE AIM To have our Clothing the best that can be made Tliat is why you get here more value lor your money than elsevrhere. We are Showing Some Beautiful tertain you Percalles.at 5 Cents, en- Half the orange crop is estimated to have been destroyed by the freeze. Tor Sale. I crop is probably office Wells' law with J. A, Our Fall and "Winter Suits and Overcoats are Embroideries, Jaconet Embroideries, Swiss Embroideries, match seta of nil kinds, hand and machine made Laces of all kinds. Our buyers have made a specialty of this line and nothing has been left undone to make this department one of the most important factors in our immense business. We wish to call your attention to the fact that all prices named on Bleached Cottons and all domestic aro subject to change without notice, to take advantage of this opportunity. Buy your spring cottons while you can got extremely low prices on them. Yo have just placed on sale the largest line of Hamburgs, Laces, and Embroidery, ever shown in tho city. This line contains alf the new things in Nansook Ladies, 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 have no carried over goods in these lines. They are all fresh and new, now styles, new patterns, new prices. Wo aro naming prices on these lines that is a death blow to all competition. Call and inspect this lino before you purchase. "We have just received a new lot of Amorican Lady and Featherbone Corsets. These are the most comfortable fitting corsetasbown to the trade. Try ono. Sullivan. Who says the seasons for the worse? are changing . GENERAL MILES. ReadytoWear See the regular report of tho Madison National Bank. The winter of 1S0S-- will go down in history as a marker. 9 Take any of our SUITS and OVERCOATS at $12.50 and they havejbhe set and, st3Tle of Merchant Tai- or.Js We are showing some special good things in Tablo Linenri and quoting special prices on them for a short time. If interested ask to see this line when you come in, We have some special good things in Ladies Jackets and Capes left that we aro closing out at juBtono half the original price. If interested call and see them. Ask lo see ihem when you coae ia. New bill for each performance at Opera House this week. The features of tho last ten days have been Cold and Coal. Jas. D. Tudor's application crease of pension was rejected. for in- work. Our SUITS and O YER COATS at 38.00 received the same care and thought in tailoring as the higher grades. Every thread of warp and woof is of pure wool. We are Agents for lie "Topsy" hi ol Hosiery. '' A turnpike will probably bo from Kingston to Bcarwallow. built -- Admission 10, 20 and 30 cents at Opera House every night this week. ' Frank Adair eays the electric lights will be turned on within thirty days. Twenty-fou- r degrees bolow.Monday Comedy Company morning registered by tho University 11ns will at Opera House every night this week. government thermometer. be a mark to shoot at for years. With the thermometer at zero, on For the first time in history the Saturday, snow fell for several hours. thermomotei remained for eight days in E. Dealherago & Co. are giving succession at or Delow zero in tuo their cash customers a nice thermome- month of February- - or any other Lehr-Wilha- feblo-3- There is no other stand that can clothes jroti as stylishly and as servieeably as we can and at so little price. Same old stand, but much larger. All winter goods have felt the keen edge of our cold steel and prices have-bee- n made on winter Boots and Shoes, winter Overcoats and Clothing, Blankets and Comforts, Flannels, etc., that is bound to move the entire lot. Get our prices on all lines of winter goods before purchasing. Jgi We MM Unloaded Jerked by Justice. For driving Devoro's tranfer wagon ovor Sam Thornton, Andy Joues was fined $25, to be paid by lodgement in the county jail. As tho weather is so cold, and money scarce Andy takes to the warm jail like a duck to daugh pile. Lovmgion w Mitchell. 215 WHITE FRONT. -- n The latest things in "Wash Goods of all kinds will be shown by us in season. You have to go the larger cities to buy what yon want. We will show during the 3Tear don't 1899 a stock not surpassed nor equaled in any of the larger cities. Give us a call. Satisfy And again wishing you a prosperous New Year and 3rourselves before going elsewhere. thanking you for past patronage, we are very respectfully, ter. Money Paid For Pikes. Wrote His Own Epilaph. Potts & Duerson bought of J. W. Localcd in Richmond. Comedy Com The corn, delivered at Sheriff Colyer, Treasurer of the Turn Let no man write my epitaph. RobAJams 300 barrels of Hon. H. D. Poynter, brother ot Ap pany snouiu continue to .oo a goou business. This is the best popular pellate Judge Paynter, has located iu pike Bond Fund, on Saturday paid for ert Emmctt. Un'.ike the immortal Irish patriot Austin Stone has rented and will priced organization we have seen in Richmond. Mr. Paynter is counsel the following pikes: Richmond and for the CumberlaniTValley division of Big Hill, $12,133.78; Richmond nnd Jas. V. Garrison, who passed to his re operate tho livery stable of Lyman this city. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN the L. & N. R. It. Mr. Paynter and Lexington $13,814.93; Richmond and ward last Tuesday will rest beneath a Parrish. At Red House the thermometer family aro located at tho Henderson Irvino pike, owned by W. V. Pigp, monument on which he inscribed these Heret-LcLevi Henna, ot "White dropped to 22 to 30 below, and no coal Esq., $9,399.90. The other pikes are words: He earned his bread by the House. Hall, will draw a pension of $12 per on hand, so reported our correspondyet to bo paid for. sweat of his brow." Disease Breeders. ent. Wm. Dozier will have a load of month. Several months ago the deceased, Colored Recruits. coal this week. Tho oidor to All up stagnant pools who was in declining health, gave or Two now boys, at Newby born to Tho AVar Department has wired ders to a local firm for a headstone on O. II. Chenault has sold to J. E. and ponds in the city comes "at a time the wivos of Arthur Long and John Madden the brown yearling filly (sister when nature is covoring such sins with Lieut. W. T. Johnson, recruiting offi which the aboye line, together with the ISroaddus. by Spend- her oharitable mantel of snow. But cer at Lexington, Ky., to enlist colored image of a man driving a team of horto Boanerges and -- The fowls of tho air and the beasts applicants, for Cavalry and Infantry ses was carved. Mr. Garrison was thrift out of Imp. Llandrino, by The don't let that freeze up your memory of (lie field buffered, terribly from the private. Lexington Oa- - but abate these nuisances befor warm service, sending the former to Ft. about CO years of age, a brother-in-laArrow. Price Frank Sherwood was down town toTo Cure a Cold in One Hay lat lilizzard. weather. Grant, Arizona, and tho latter to Fort of Mr. G. D. Portwood, this county, at Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. day, the first time since he had his tuszetle. sle with cholora morbus. He says he whose home he died. The new coaches on the K. C. are Douglas, Salt Lake City. Rcporl of Treasurer ol The City. All druggists refund money if it failft o drove thirty miles after ho was taken, "Thompson Burnam, Kichmond, - brilliantly lighted than any palace Ky.," enrolled as a student of Missouri nionThis is an excellent opportunity for cure. 25c. The genuine has L. B. Q. on and never camo so near dying iu his The report of City Treasurer R. E. Chenault is Sanguine of Success. novO-Ceach tablet. car we ever raw. life. After this when ho goes out in University in 1S44, says tho Columbia Turley for the year 180S shows that tho the young colored men to get into the The Hon. John B. Chenault, who is will regular army. Recruits for white intelephono linCB the country he Colic, take a bottle of Fordsvillo has three WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK. Next week Barrod Plymouth Kock eggs 1G to 1 Statesman. He was a brother of Hon, city has lived within its income and Cholera and DiarChamberlain's a candidato for Auditor of Kentucky. SSpPLadies' Fleeced-line- d Mr& M. F. F. Burnam and Mrs. Eugenia Hume, has a balance on hand. This does not, fantry and cavalry regiments are also ubject to the action of tlio State Dem and more coming when spring weather rhoea Remedy with him. Missouri setting, only $1.00. Hose worth 20cts for wanted. Apply to Lieut. V. T. Valley (Iowa) Time3. For sale by strikes the little city. of this city. Silver Creek. lOcts; 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c. Bargains lowovcr, mean that the citvisout of ocratic Convention, was in Louisville febl-lPerry & Thomas. debt, for that is understood to be in the Johnson, Main st., Lexington, Ky. Coughed 25 Years. this week in table linen, napkins and counteryesterday and spent the day at Eeel- Jas. Porry Deatherage, 4year-olWith four inches of snow already twelve-year-olson of neighborhood of $10,000. panes. bach's, sayB. Monday's Dispatch. Mr, When Will The Authorities Act? on the ground, "tho beautiful" fell son of G. W. Deatherage, ot Ited I suffered for 25 years with a cough. A.Manley, the well dknown iarmer T. of Duke, the of dollars with and Bnent House, narrowly escaped death by of- Endurance. A Question steadily all day Saturday. In some places on our free turnpikes Chenault has just finished a tour of the doctors aud hundreds for medicine to no avail un Trenton, was drowned in a pond while First and Second Congressional disscalding on Friday. A kettle- - of bojl W. T. Adams and family, of Win ing water overturned on tho child,' After Bcveral days experience with the' traveler on horseback liitlo sus- tricts, and 8 ays that he is confident he til I used Dr. Bell's skating. Dry Goods, Notions and other articles. ReThis remedy makes weak lungs strong. tho temperature below zero one gets bo pects that beneath the smooth surface chester, formerly t'f Hiehmond, left last burning one leg severely. will be nominated for Auditor. Said It has saved my lite. J. JJ. iioson, CUDAN RELIEF enrcs member the name when in doubt. accustomed to it that when the mercury lies danger and death to both horse week for Indianapolis to live. Colin, Neimilsfa ncl Toothache party will Grantsburg. III. -- You can buy a new pianojor organ rises to the freezing point he thinks it and rider, until tho horse steps on tho he: "The Democratic In Ave minutes. Sour Stomach 3T achieve a big victory in Kentucky this Messrs. KiceA Harris were given Last month's collections at the Clover- - and Summer Complaints. lTicc, 25 Cents. from D. M- - Chenault for(cost and time to put on summer underwear mud, sinks to the ground with a broken MEIGHEN, oyen tiie most Ean- - port nostofllce were tho largest In the for building the power tail, the contract Sold by Terry & Thomai Successors to W. G. froiaht. He has only three of the (In which 'event the undertakers will leg and throws the rider into some gmne i oetieve '' White. house for the electric Unlit factory Republican leaders admit this. town's history.the amout being ?299.51. (nov23-lv- ) Coa. Main and Ciieapsidk. RICHMOND, KY. fence corner. But, after all, this may former and two of tho latter left. You sopplyja wooden overcoat.) The Southern has secured control of C- - U. '80, de for the best. Somebody may hap Everywhere I have been I have ob be Walter Hronston, can save $100 by huyiDg a piano from It You Are Rcsllcss Hello, Ford. tho Northern Alabama, thus securlnga pen to an accident that will result in a served a confidence on tho part of our BANK REPORTS. feated Judge Kinkoad at Lexington To insure n happy new year, keep him. as ho is anxious to close out tho Tho "Winchester, Ford and Rich heavy damage suit against the county, party workers which betokens success. and can not sleep at night, a doso of direct lint between Birmgham nnd the hver clear and the body vigorous for City Solicitor. Salary $2,000. Dewey Music Co.'s business. will give you Memphis. Dr. Bell's inond Telephone Company, filed articles aud the tax payers will bo callod upon The. party is In pretty good shape in by using De Witt's Little Early Rieers OEPORT OF TIIE CONDITION OF TIIE natural rest and refreshing sleep. It A'.ndlsan National at Tho colder the wcither the more Below are quoted prices at Gus Mar- - of incorporation with tho Secretary of to foot tho First and Second districts." Speak checks a cough at onco and cures a These aro dangerous times for the tile fajious little pills for constipation Richmond, in the State Hank. No. 1750. the the bill. Then, perhaps the ol Kentucky, at & liability of conflagrations. So guard golen's for this week only: ; close ot business, February 4, 1839. State at Frankfort Monday. The capi people will take up the question aud ng of the time and plnce for holding cold in ofie night. It heals the throat, health. Croup, colds and throat trou- and liver troubles. Douglas Wells. 1.00 tals SCO) David Prewitt is the prin 18 pounds bugar. extra well against fires this weather. chest, and lungs, cure la grippe per- - bles lead rapidly to Consumption. A Dvcrtner "Wolley, who died in Trim reconstruct our loblollies and deadfalls the Stato Convention, Mr. Chenault inauentlv, does not slupely, is nnnu-les- bottle of One Minute Cough Cure used RESOURCES. 10 cipal incorporator, aud the main oillce Best Bulle roasted coffee said he had absolutely no preference Rev. G. D. Hcndiickson has been ex Children love it. Old people like at tho right time will preserve life, ble county, was formerly of Lexington. Loans and discounts that we call "public roads," for want of $235,903 55 12 of the company is to be located at pine another name Tiy which to designate as to these matters. The Stale Central it. Good druggists sell it. Prico, 23 health and a large amount of money. Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. . 10,uuu U0 tended a call to succeed himself as pas Best full cream cheese Children who are troubled willi U. S. Bonds to secure 00 7 Grove .. Pure leaf lard Committee would settle them and its cents. It Pleasant to take; children like it. Doug Worms are nalo in tlio face, fretful by Stocks, securities, etccirculation.. . 400,000 00 Winchester Sun. tor of the Wallnceton Baptist church. ihem. 2,310 las & Wtdls. 5 Larce pickles, per dozen, action would bo satisfactory to him no spells, restless in sleep, have blue rings Other real estate and mortirasrcs Dr. Dunn Appointed. When will tho authorities act? All the early sowed wheat in the bot 8.601 60 owned. Mrs. M. F. Arbiickle has cultivated C. S. tar soap .. 3 matter what it might be Mr. Chen- toms in Breckinridge county is looking Somerset wants a brass band and a around tneir eyes, oauureams, vanaoic Due from National Banks (not Barred Plymouth Kocks for twenty Bananas. appetite, and pick tlm noso. White's The City Council conlerred upon Tiiere is danger in delay. agents) 13,697 8S 10 ault said the Dispatch was grealy ad- well, but tho grain 60wed late in the now fire department. .V) 3.1 Cream Vermifuge will kill and expel Duo from State Banks and Bankers years, and olTers a setting of 1G eggs for Oranges 20 Dr. Morrison Dnnri a position upon mired by the country people through- fall is in bad condition To Tho Democrats o! Madison County. these parasites. Prico 25c. For eale Due from approved reserve agents .... 39,679 9 Checks and other cash items 2,661 68 tho Board of Health, a vacancy exist $1.00. a recent letter from "Washington. bv Perry & Thomas. In febl5-2- t 10 Evaporated peaches, per lb- out tho State and that ho wished that J2S Si internal Revenue Stan.ns Major ing by reason of the withdrawal of Dr, It is being told that I am cauvassing high degree of biiccess which it de Faults of digestion cau$e disorders of D. C, to an old Iriend, United G. A. Fractional paper currency, nickels Chairman Jeflbreon Excelsior it twenty years Rev. McGarvey's Lecture Postponed. Stales Mrs. Emma F. Tyler, formerly of Pa- and cents for lis 71 O. A. Kennedy, lately removedto the county asking the Democrats to serves. the liver, and the whole system be- Studer, at Singapore says: "While at Mitchell, of the Board of Education Lawful money reserve in bank, viz: ducah, died at at Joncshoro, Ark. comes deranged. Herbine perfects the Consul Specie 00 recently came pledge themselves to me for County $ 8,070 The lecture to have been delivered Louisville. Dr. Duuil trave a handsome lunch last night at notes 2.6C0 00 10,670 CO Drocessof digestion and, assimilation. Des Moines I became acquainted with by Rev. J. W. McGarvey, on Friday here from Burkesville and is earning Clerk; Notwithstanding the election Paul Perry, of Columbus, Ga,, suf and thus makes pure blood. Prico 50 a liniment known as Chamberlain's Joo'a. 3iHte5 9 CUBAN OIL cures Redemption fund with O. 8. Treas'r l,5(W oo per cent, or circulation) .. respect and confidence which his is nearly three years off, this I posi- fered acony for thitty years, and then cents, For sale by Perry &lliomas. Pain Balm, which I found excellent fiWK SV3 evening next, has been postponed. the Cub, Barns, Bruises, Rheu Witt's "The Slate" went through with a asrainst rheumatism as well as against matism end Sores. Price, high character nnd ability merit. tively deny. Iam. and have been for cured his Piles by using De injuries febl5-2- t Total..... $128,321 C3 25 centsl Angels in Disgnlse. Witch Hazel Salve. It heals of tho throat and ciiest (uiv- soreness whoop in Lexington, every candidate thirteen years, canvassing the county in and skin diseases like rnugic. Doug LIABILITIES. Everything is ready for tbo meeting Ing me much easier breathing ) "I had a.Sold by Perry & Thomas', mcccssora to W. Subsiding. " Small Pox Scare The coal man in winter and the Ice being elected by overwhelming White. " Capital stock paid ia . 100,000 CO the interest of the Madison Monumental las & wens. of the State Y. M. C. A. convention at a touch of pneumonia early ttiis week. ' 40,000 00 The Nicholasvillo Journal says: man in summer, are the poor man s jorities. The Colorado Southern has had sev Surplus fund applied to Works. When the proper time comes and two applications Irely Undivided profits, lesi expenses and Henderson the lGth "There are two new cases at tho pest I'll bo a candidate for County Clerk, Edwin Hogan has assumed thedutirs tases paid .. 6,705 46 throat ana cnest relieved mo oi it as enty one consecutive days of snow and Tho electric lights will put Kich an go! 6 of mercy if they do come often 83,933 CO National Bank notes outstanding Freauently accideiits occur in tho onco. I would not Do wiuiout it ior storm botween Couio and Tadville. houso, Sarah Baker and the wifo of and can do as much handshaking and of General Roadmaster of the LakoErie mond on an equality with Valley View With their bills. 423 JS Due to other National Banks burns, cuts, anything" salo by Perry .& Por household, which cause George Favors, both cases of a light babe kissing as any man on the track-- & Western. 310 18 Due to State Banks and Bankers febl-lt- n and Ford, both of which have had this Chamlierlul.i's Cough leifily Always Individual deposits subject to check. 188,157 23 roa sprains and bruise, ior use In such Thomas. lorm. The scare in NIcholasville is But I think our first duty, as true 4,403-0New and ValmMa Capital stock reduction luxury for a lone while Troves P.tfrclual. cases Jiaiiara s onow .uiuiiiieiu jjus ior Nice Cottage on Main streetin Irvine, passed, there being uo indications Paducah's long distance telephone many years been the coniltant favorite 4 .4128,321 03 Total Thoro are no better medicines on the The Winchester Bank reports $372,' with four rooms and hall, and all nee whatever of any cases in town. And as Democrats, is to look after our present medicinal agencies are combined in Dr. family remedy. Price, 25V-- . For salo lilies are to be extended well into Soutn. Haney. It advances a county and future State and National Bell's Pine-TWo have STATE OF KENTUCKY, j S3: market than Chamberlain's. ioblo-2- t. 31. N-- H For sale cheap, the pest house is oyer two miles away essary 472.11 on deposit December VOOXTT OP ilADISOX, era Illinome. new theory in tue treatment or coughs by Perry & Thomas. used the Cough Remedy when all others I. C D. Cuexault. Cashier of the WithersDOon is uresideut. and H. L For Particulars call at this office or there is uo danger to persons coming ticket, and then wo will have plenty of colds, lung and bronchial troubles'. It failed, and in every instance it proved bank, do solemnly swear that the aboved stateCapt. Baker, of Patesville, Hancock Ointment TaWer'sBuckeye Pita time to tussle with each other for the gtV4S immediaterelief to consumptive. write Mi63 Jaxe Dakibl, Irvino, Ky. Stevens one of tho directors. effectual. Almost daily wo hear the ment is true to tho best of my knowledge .and to town of ieing exposed." county, has purchased a large farm in is no panacea, but duterenl county offices. O. D. CHENAULT. Cashier. for irtues of Chamberlain's remedies, ex- - belief. E. E. Anderson has been appointed Ballard county. Can't Miss It. While out fox hunting last Friday, Subscribed and sworn me this Respectfully, riles onlv. These it will cure. Price tollort by those who havo used them. day 6f February, 1393. to before Bdbsau ,ilth The City's Provision For The Poor. . B. B. General Freight and Passenger Axent 50 cents m buttles; Tubes, 73. For sale This is not an empty puff, paid foratso Bob Baldwin, the popular clerk at the Hamilton. look at the Eigu at the entrance Jas.T. .Notary I'uDllc Just Whon any part of the body isn't do has been tern feb!5-2- t Tho ppadouB pity-ha- ll Cobhect Attest: much a line, but is voluntarily given in of the Georgia & Alabama, succeeding ing the work that nature, intended it to bv Perry ife Thomas. House, fell into Strodes Creek between Itice & Arnold's and Aimer Uees WALLER BENNETT, ) porarily converted into a rendezvous good faith, ia tho hope that suffering A. Pope. For Rent. do, it puts the whole iiystem out of horse and all. Winchester Sun. An old convict named Smith wits humanity may N. U. DEATHERAGE, DIRECTORS Arcade and you will have no trouble in fof the unfortunates of our city who. and, J.S.COLLINS, tune -- out of harmony., sicKness in killed at the Eddyville prison by a fall like the writer,try tnese remediesProm bo beneflitted. Don't irilate your lungs with a stub one nart ol the Doav isiixeivio run to in finding Miss Tempio Oldham's milli have, no plnce- - to keep warm. , Sir., of Broadway and B street On corner A bill has been introduced plecwaat couch the (ilcnvillefW. Va ) Pathfinder. For tlm nension of the widow of nery store, which is up stairs. He S. f. Parkes and Judge O. H. Breck commodious two story frame dwelling born remedy when a fonud in and effec into all parts of tha body When chil on the ico. febl-lmay be Cooeeen's dren stand a row of bricks on end, they sale by Perry & Thomas. .1 ej"i rooms with veranda and tive county, from $8 to stock of millinery is very complete and t, The MoiIera.Way General Dennis, this with tho Mayor and estab- house ofEeven i:.. sir:.. aUUUj I Jl 'i' 1.1, llL7AAimJ& X'lll knock the whole row tkiwn by upset jan25-lCentral has jiwt ordered The Mexican fafelB-2- t sho Invites an inspection. $30. Mrs. Dennis is 72 years old. lished a. free soup house in the rear of bay window on front, large halls above 8le by Perry tThoie. ting one brick. That is; exactly what Commends itself to:Uia well informed. nearly S00 freight cars from the United haurjens to health when the bowels to do pleasahtly ami effectually what tho City Hall, where nourishing food aud below running through the center, Lest Package. people think Padocah Colored men who wish to join the in halt below a place for etovo which from Eddyville are making' that city fail to perform their proper function was formerly done in thocrudest man- States. This will beyour last notice On last Saturday, Jan. 28, .packago will be freely dispensed. armv should anDlv to LLW.T. John trouble atl along ner and disnerpeably as well. To Constl nation iiiak crtu be used for heating the whole for 1898 taxes. All taxes due tlm linn nuts the liver but of order, is cleanse the system and break up colds, son. Main street. Lexington. The Cav. was lost from the express wagon be-- Four And Twtflty Black Birds Frozen r a house, besides nice grates and mantles their headquarters. ami, Ecsea. Tetter, adtuo Kiuneys wk ior mo sioui- - headache!), "and fevers without un- bad nlrv will be sent to Arizona, the In iirpfflL cfc N. depot and office. PackLimb. The intense itching and smartin;? iocl-de- from real estate will be Are you restless at eight, and haras acll, lor 1101(18 IB wn ouy posaououo nleftHant aftereffects, uso the delishtful in each room, double parlors, ward-role- s, allayed vertised and sold on Mareli to these cUmmos k fantry to Fort Douglas, Utah. aire was addressed to G. G. Corzelius, sed by a had cough? Use Couiweu s matter, and becaM it eannot so any liquid laxstlvo remedy, Syrup of Figs. china closet, pantry and cellar Tho Register of Friday prints a by applying Chamber lafa 8 Eye acd Qth, County Court day, till tax. IIouevofTar.it will secure you goand contained insurance policy. Lib story about thousands of under kitchen also, back porch. House aleD. and effect a prompt nd radical olaced else, it k4 into m Mood. The Made by California Jlg syrup Dressed hogs are always salable and Skin Okitnaent. Many rery bad cases reward will be paid lor the return blackbirds having frozen to death in newly papered and will b newly paint cure. Price, 25 cents 60 cent. For rh'at makes sluggwwi- - uuntnae, Dad says the live stock column of n neigh- eral The plant to connect Sfchmoud and have bean permanently cinwd by it. It due on pecsonalty will be fcbS-2- t Express Co. aad ia equally efficient for He&iifc pil felI&--- t boring newspaper not in this city. It to Adams our cemetery, where these birds have a ed aa coon ae the weather will permit. sale by Perry & Thomas. breath nnd foul tMt I.r Mm mouths Lexlngtnii by an electric road Is again a favorite remedy for ro nipples; levied on at anv time, and all fills this stomach with it and cHuaea b'jng agijated. to the talo is of roosting in great numbers. In Good size front aud back yard, several habit occurs to us that the point Executive officials of tho ChieK chapped hands, cbttblaiB. frostbites poll tax not paid at once will wind v belch me. stowi U ntioa in the per box. be garnislieed wherever its' in tho anDlicatloii ot the moral to hu sell an article offering Eoroo instances tho frozen birds were fruit trees, grape vines, large cistern Oaiaha lines will isoet thw week to die- - stomach, causae mmit si ouuteb. heart A hustler to .LaGrijIpaisagalu --epidemic Every and chronic son eM. S6 downwards from the and Howcr pits, rich gardea, well cuss tlve advisability ot taking off the Will be possible to do so. Yon man bipeds. rood nroit. A specialty for which hanging head burn.aua iieaaacn. x cm ecui avoid Precaution should bo token to avoid it. are At Qutyi cure ieOne Minute Conh increasing de-- limbs of the trees whilst the ground fenced, pavement on front and tide ot fast traha now runaiwr, t all such troubl.-to- r Dr. Ktree'i Pteaa elected me to collect your tax, fa bd --The United Stales. Circuit Conrt of ibere is a steadv and - hut whs&a hotm ant Pellet cure comtiwritm and iU at Our. AJ.Shcrwrd, 1publkher EAari- , ctMtditfcxa. Ng samples required. Good must have beea covered with thous lot. Situated en a boauliful t., in Teste, Hani tintfiir aad and that am sure to do. and A 1 r er t fee r. Men Appeals lias affiraed th ciiHural ordr of u tendawt-fviia- . desirable neighborhood, ni eoventt of thai., As blackbird pio w Hwr mt,im food bwt one will be disappoint- wuftitn. Reapt., to Mo., my: mem Send 21 Judge Barr, setting B&fc'ike sale ai the aitBe for right party. Only thoso ands iiiimH ilia hb4 'tor tin fe;pt a to Set before a King, to the city acfoooU. For twHin apply dainty iwjed apply V Pieroo, Hofafi i,Jf,Y.,farhl ed la u4iu One Minute Cetfjrh Care for Dr. It H. H. COLYER, t Richmond. Irvine" aM Kwrttyvilte fa prfaa mm m r fck at La Ofipp." MUX tiiN black pmtrid mi im i, to W Mwfcetrr, CUyM, Okie. why- !wki ftftlliW'itM RHMllMiy,": b t Mm. 'fbowfMOa 1m , tUW for railroad. A no w date M to art. ; .,. , a. Mhrtmm wwttr it Mifr Mother eale. f 1 i Lehr-Williau- is month. - W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. r w l- Advance Advertisement! le. d y. The Maine Commission Co TltOS. Planters Manager, by-CI- lie-ser- ve Legal-tend- . . . sals. ar above-name- m TAXES. S!t-Kheui- H . a! i. i6)tly at n. f)Iu 0piir bI A'd-dfM oh - fmit.tO w ceu ottap fonl I jffuwanw.. .:.. i fijl'"' J.-iKiiiwM8l,- ll Wanied-- An OmUp( mhf Mmii triAT lirfnff TOU TCftlth. Writ JOHN WEUOGUBUKN & CO- - Patent Attorfor their elW prtxo offer neys. Washington D. And list or fo liuaarea laTcawm wawu hr Idea Who can think of come simple l&isgiortuenir I I i Sere's Twir Choc. I Sewo Kxlraortlinary Hfeys Vy T3te Climax. R. N. !. & B7 R. R. Time Table No. 83, Taking Effect Mon day, May EAST BOCHD. The Climax wonts five lranrodnow subscribers by the fist of then.w year. In order to reach tk ono', some ex traordinary inilucemeats will be made. Until f urtlier aiotico 4fca following will bo offered to sabscribws- - 1MC0 Hangs UN j 1 I 2d Class. 1st Class. No. 1 No. 3 No. 9 ExSun Ex Sun Ex San A. M. 10 22 Versailles.. Nicholasville ... 11 02 Valley View... 1120 11 41 Million 11 63 Richmond P. M. 12 13 Union 12 IS Mobcrley- 12 30 Ilrassfleld. 12 35. Panola.. 1 05' . Irvino P.M. 8 52 7 35 8 03 A. M. 5 30 8 48 8 830 II 820 8 50 9 15 10 00 10 05 10 25 10 40 11 35 4 west BOCNU. Ex San Ex San Ex San N33" No. A.M. No. 8 Ei Sun II 1 1 1 NO. 10 Irrine Panola BrawSeld MobSrley ... Union . P.M. 200 2 25 230 2 44 2 47 3 15 3 30 3 45 4 10 5 00 P.M. A.M. 65 05 20 45 The Climax a3 T he Week j You have used all j ly Louisville Dispatch, 1.25. I sorts of cough rcme- - i The Climax and the Home idles but it does not J and Farm, 31.30 The Climax and either I yield j it is too deep TIE EXCELLENCE W SYIDP f HS the Cosmopolitan, Munsey's is dne not only to the originality and seated. It may wear f simplicity of tho combination, but also or McCIure's Magazine, $2.00. and skill with which it is to the care itself out in time, but J The Climax and the Louis manufactured by scientific processes known to the California. Fig Svbup ville daily evening post, $3. is more liable to! Co. only, and we wish' to Impress upon The Richmond Climax and Jit all tho importance of purchasing tho true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California Fio Sranp Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. Tho high standing- of the California Fio Strop Co. with the medi- Twiee-a-wee- l: Courier-Jou- r Richmond- Million . Vallsy View... Versailles. Nicholasrlllo... .. ... 6 05 C 23 6 31 C 53 7 50 2 15 3 00 3 2S 4 30 6 10 nal, both for one year $1.60 The Climax and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. The Climax and Ohio Farm, I You $1.90. , grippe,! I pneumonia or a seri- - j J ous throat affection. I I produce la cow, by James M. HarfV" Tlieecond plate is of California Poppies.' There is" an exceedingly interesting article Should know that the 01(1 T Inn." Komedy, Iwith illustrations) on the work of theKltKnt Club. The practical articles aro on Japmiesd Carving, Drawing ior I'rocess iingraving, Landscape Painting, Animal Painting, Flowed Painting, Plaster Casting, Wood Carving and Embroidery. For the Ceramic Decorator there are a number of charming designs and articles on The Art'of Mineral Painting How to Obtain a High Glazo, Kussian Enamels, and Bonbonniere Decorations. For.the Interior Decorator there aro two very effective arrangements for bed rooms l3the best and for a children's playroom, and an Irregularities forFeauIeTroeUes. .Corrects alt In Female Orrar-s- Should no taken for riuare of Lite and before C article on tho use of carpets and rugs. Plasters "O'd Tir-j- Renrtles havo stood tbO The J?ote Book and tho Collector give test f rr twenty years. Majj Caly by Zltw Pptneur Medicine Co.. as usual all the latest news and hapTcnnessco. penings in the world of Art, Price 35 cents. J. W. Van Oost, Publisher, 23 Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. dec8-ly- r O. Vhite. Union Square, New York. 2-- PLEASE TRY - 10c 25c. 50c ALL DRUGGISTS. County Court Days. All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nerve Plasters. . to and from Cincinnati. J. Y. ROCK. Train DUpa.cher. W. II. ADAMS, Superintendent. A.M. I"M." P. All .trains connect with Louisville Southern ! nntl tmm TsMifaville. All trains connsct with C. K. O.&T. P. trains W p'.'ii'. I As papers oiten appropriate to them selves names which often designate 8 Jt. f aw. sornetbidg of which the public is not HAN FRANCISCO, Cat. ST new tore. n. t-- very well acquainted. The word CliLouisville, kj. else fails. There is no doubt 1 y in Greek n scale or ladder, j about it. max means Jan5-lIt nourishes, T in Latin to step, stride, to leap, or to strengthens, builds up and I climb. Our Climax ia designated by makes the body strong and j $ fi i g the appellation Iiichmond Climax. It 52 , and climbing to the Srtealthy, not only to throws lias been steppingI5 g SoP $ top ever since its founding. I give I off this hard cough, but to ! 4 .H. ? cr1 S .2 .b now an acrostic ou the name in poeti- f fortify the system against ro & as B 5. cal lines: 2W a I further attacks. If you arc I Richmond Climaxbo true to the mean j run down or emaciated you H ing of the name, should certainly take this s Be unflinching for the right, increase 2 a. nourishing food medicine. your fame. c SiSS28g a andfi.no, ill druggists. In every just cause bo true in this life, T SCOTTSof. BOWNE, Chemists, Ntw Vork. X d if Never engage in vicious strife. Vj, m m h 3 OOOoOOOO f3 Count home friends aud country dear, Be true to God and sell' and never resent tho farmer, I will only in my t fear; feeble way, try to show this side. aIt What is tho law that caused all this Hold to tho teachings and precepts of 0 a its good, mischief? It is tho infamous Bank El Trust in God andhnman brotherhood; tVct, which, remarkable to say, pre Ed Mold public sentiment liy your power scribes tho only industry to tho farmer. Then what has it done? It has built and might. H ba Strive to teach men to live and do up all monopolies, combines, and all to E 9 kind of trusts throughout our land, right to ta2 era ata-HB323B33 Onward, farward march, boyour battle and has made millionaires in this land. cry, Is this all ?" No, not one-halIt has ffftr Roofing, Guttering 0? corrupted the morals of our people, and Never waver, or falter, always try; ggss It has Never quail or waver in lifes great made more men avaricious. and General 5555 caused more suicides of both men and battle, Job Work. Teach men to live not liko dumb, women. DR. CALDWELL'S Is thi3 all ? No, tho whole machinery driven cattle; Dare to do right ever dare to be true, of the government lias gotten wrong 1IMDIGESTION. CURES the cart has gotten before tho horse. Patience will carry you through. Wall Street is now running the governClimax as thejnamo means upward ment, and this lias been clearly ex Fr&nkfort It Railway. climb, panic we emplified by every In Eilect December 3, 1SV8 Seek the noble just right and havo had to go through for tho last DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. "9 thirty years. Live upright anil noble strive to do Who eats cheap bread and all tha n ra. n.tn. tl.m. p.m , 1 10 7 20 Ar. right, 2 00 6 70 I.ve. Richmond 11 42 0 16 products of the earth'? The million7 69 Winchester.. 2U Help to make earth beautiful and aire 30 8 Maysville ..." 1 25 S 48 who can and docs control tho " 8 40 5 10 .10 mm " l'aria bright. ' Georgetown " 7 50 4 5S 6 17 10 28 prices 'of nearly"every product of the 7 10 11 29 Ar. Frankfoit . Lve. 7 00 3 40 n deeds of kindness try to excell. and can any day reduce prices FORI Thy to scatter sunshine, darkness farm, Alt: for tickets via Paris. to suit these "kid glovo" usurpers 5Vrc, 2ve 5oTtvato R. NEWTON. G. P. A. J. expoll. our law makers. nccvaexd bus.. Make your name a blessing in the Brother farmers, just stop where you land, Cliio are, and look at matters as they are. Deeds of darkness 6ver withstand; Six of the best Fire Insurance ComSet aside party, and let us, as a panies in the United States. Losses paid And never fail to be a light and guide, unit go for n Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky, who is not for re promptly. For good news for the public to proform, and that man we know cannot be WEST BOUND. vide. 8 65 am In the Prudental, yon are offered the bought by any ring or corporation. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom Xenodocby ever to strangers perform, best Lite Insurance attainable, and on 7 30 am Bstrn Express tor Louisville Just here, let me, tell you, that good the most approved plans. In Accident 3 00 pm Morehead and Lexington Accom Strive public morals to reform. Insurance we again give the best. We 4 60 pm New York Limltod P. F. V men do not often seek office, and will will not transact business with irresponcompanies. sible EAST BOUND. Horrible agony is caused by Piles, not have ono unless forced upon them. 6 Second Street, 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom..... Burns and Skin Diseases. Tlieso are The way to get them is to get together Up Stairs. 11 M am New York Limited I'. F. V. 8 30 pm T immediately relieved and quickly cured your best men, and let them select tho LexUwton and Mt. Sterling Accom. Je2-.. 9 23 pm T Washington Express by De "Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Be man "whom you can trust but bo sure r. Accommodation trains ran daily except ware oi wortiues3 imitations. .Doug to keep out the wary1 politician, Other trains run dailv. Through sleeping and dining car service to who is at all times on the lookout las & "Wells. New York. and ready to throw a bomb into your For information, rates or sleeper reservations For the Climax. tan on or write Jv. livuu. Agent i&n.uy., plans. Thoy aro all over this country uicnmona, h.y. WHAT THE FAftMERS WANT, I NEED. or QEORGE W. BARNEY, and are on tho alert. They are COMPLETE D. . A. C. & O. Ry.. Lexington. Ky. or aro employed by corporations Editor Climax : 3LISS to do their dirty work and. to keep you Allow me to inform you that I am enslaved. nothing but a farmer, was bom on a Wo hold the power'of State if wo farm, was brought up a farmer, and nm will only use it. The great question is, still a farmer. I state the above facts to The present schedule of Illinois Central Railshall we. as farmers, submit any lon he Great v'gP,rSfro. show you that I have been through the road, in addition to shortening the time to ger, or consent to be hewers of wood Memphis and New Orleans, has madeifEasier "Political Mill," now represented by and drawers of water for these non- Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Mexico, Ariiona and California. Texas, The the McKinley Republican party and workers ? Be free men nnd have laws ' now wl!!i'n r.ny rrarh of every Amrrlran. Fplendld train service with which the Illinois cuamntcol touire the iU.x tn.uinnit U Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vcstibnled Cleveland Democracy. to most c.tso of Nervous DebMlly, or "Limited," is equipped makes it "Easier Than that aro fair nnd equal to all. Can this It actH powerfully and ijuULly. Therefore, I have learned at the school Bver" to take a trip to the above mentioned '.tinc Man. S.'W Phjilcaily IVrfrrt. U the rrnull of experience which is always lasting be done? Yes. Now there is tho territory. in- men wilt renf :;K!C.K:i3. The Central Is the only line which runs Free question for each one to answer. JuBt in ttu Ir lo.t manlioo'l, a:.d Old Icn u 111 rccovei and true. Kecllnlnir Chair Cars and Vestibniled trains lr from, Louisville to tho South, also a weekly It Invigorates anl restores tc visor. go for men who are in dead earnest for .1 ...... .ml vl ;f;r, all suffrrers froai Seminal Weak. uamorma, We have now lived over half a. cen I'uumaa i curia Jmpotency. Siwrmattorhca, 9 25pm i.s, K.ulssiocK. Vorlex.tlc. Moxcular Power, tury under this awful misrule, until reform. Lve Louisville every Thursday stilly Drain and 8 IBain We should havo inscribed upon our Arr Memphis Friday ak Wakrfulness Hll Dreann. Dcspon-:h- t. now the farmer is beginning fast to 7 45pm Arr New Orleans Friday . banner "Down with tho King, tho i.vx of CoiifWence, ar.d all etlecU of telf. 8 10pm Lve NewOrleans Friday there is nothing in store for whtfli unfits learn that x:1, er vxtial excess and 45am Arr Houston Saturday t National Banking Law." Just for a ic ior lirfa". marrin:?". It CUUXCKO 4 45pm Arr Ban Antonio Saturday 3 45pm ioato:wtoili. root nf iln ilUcase tliat Is why him from these miserable representa moment, noue of theso'great million Arr Elpaso Sunday Srrvp Tonic la the world tives of the principles left us as a sacred rurrs. li U tito 9 20pm Los Anglcs Monday Arr ! aires, trusts, monopolies, or combines 5 15pm rtlocn!idntorcs tut Is whr It elves Visor marvelous Arr San Francisco Tuesday inheritance of every true man, who has e Mrc of Voulti. It I, a Elooi ever heard of before this law went l - IInU (.'low rflwm ImrU to Tlu is'iht Trie Winter Rottt to Cilifon'u. wero tracked was descended from those who UEUHNEItO. into effect. in b curried In iri iKh.k'.'L 11" mail gl.QO ter through the snows of the Revolution, Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to Brothor farmers, what we want at r. .! six Tit ?30. We rrfimil the territory mentioned will do well to comtinxes do not ctTctt a cure. and are now beginning to look about 3 sl r tn municate with B. H. Fowler, Traveling Passen Washington now is a General Jackson. miinslTcc Al ess t:io American Oaicoct ger Agent, jjouisvine, ity. to see if anything can be done to over Columbus iinrU':' riSP.'PM Pfl 025HEW YORK. A. throw these usurpers of tho true prin In conclusion, allow me to say" to Wit. Alfobd Kellond, A G. P. A., .V "U.'lflLUUi you that lam no politician, and have A. II. Haksox. O P. A., Lonlsvllle, Ky. of American independence, For sale in Eicbmond bv Perrv& Thomas. ciples dec29-l- y Chicago, 111. my feeble way, I uruggisis. ot these experienced what, in known as the Constitution sepra-iy- . have tried to bring before your minds United States. Tho true issue is, "Shall Money or the "Will you allow roe to ask, what is the People Eule?" matter? And may I be allowed to an swer the question ? FINE NEEDLE WORK. (IN KENTUCICY. The laws as enacted by those kid In effect Dec 18, 1808. Schedule glove usurpers at Washington havo all . HABTU0Wi-nPlease write to mo if you wibh for IWal. IKaS. No.3. been against the great industry, farm any line of fine needlework. Iam a Lv Louisville 7.40am 3.30pm 7.45pm O.QOam 5.03pm 9.07pm Ar Shelbyvlllc ing, and is the most effectual bankrupt cripple from cliildhoou and have be 9.55am 5.55pm 9.&0pm Ar La'renceb'g. Ar Versailles. iai6am 8.17pm 10.09pm law that could havo been passed, to come very proficient, and my aged Lexington 10. 15am 6.45pm lft35pm Ar say nothing of others. Now, as I rep- - mother and mvself are dependent on WEST11QDKU N'o. C No. 2. No.4. Lv Lexington 7J!uam 4.25pm 5.15am this, tho only thing I can do. As a 7.55am 43pm 5.37am Ar Vcrseflloa. A vivacious woman's 8.30am 5.15pm 5Aam Ar La'renceb'g fan can freqnently sample I will send any of the following 9,13am 6.05pm 6.32am Ar Shclbyvllle. speak in more elo- articles on receipt of one-thithe price Ar LouiNVllle IttiOam 7J5pm 7.65am quent language than Large center piece or six Trains Nos. 1. 2. 6 and 0 carry Frco Observa any known to named: tion Chair Cars botwocn Louisville and Lex- V i, U&r ?h Jg the tongue of doilies in drawn, embroidered or the man. it can KASTUOUNO. WESTDOUKIX ' invite or repel, very fashionable rennaisancelaco for STATIONS. Na 12.1 Na 14. sigh or smile, $1X0. Ladies' handkerchief or collar, V' V fill 3.30pm 7 40atn l.v Ij)Ulvll Ar 7.3Spmj ia40am be meek or very flno rennaisancd, 75 conts, or int5i5pci 9.5raai Ar LarncbrAr 5.10pm fUOam haughty, tear C.45pin latSam ArliarodsbgAr 4.25pm 7.20am a passion to rants' christening robe, all white, em7.0upmiia55am Ar uurpin. . uv 4.15pml 7.10am tattets or hum- broidered, $.1. Miss A. Clarko, 10012 EASTUOHMD. WESTDOCNa bly sect for111. Ewing avenue, Chit-ago- , tNoTcTT giveness. Na tt STATIONS. iNa 16. it No. 68. can also tell the 3.S0pra, 7.40am l.v Ixlulsyll Ar ia 40am 7.35pm It Mttim, P.Wam Ar ShelhTil Ar! 9.12am 605pm story of health. A 7So can think nf some stmDls tWnir to ratentt you J"-WrltProtect Tour Mean: thir may DnngPatent Attor-neVsJOHN WtDDEUBtJRN & CO. Washlrton. B. C. for their 8I. Mlio otter and list ot Ifc J nunuruu wtcuhvi., Wanted-- An idea cal profession, and' the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs ha3 given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives. as it acts on the kidneys, liver "and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. The Climax can also fur- nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates. RICHMOND CLIMAX. need something j that will give you j and build j strength I jup the I body. I .(WFQ IGov. Ed.BrQwn.l Paris,. Bourbon county, first Monday. Iiichmond, Madison county, first Mon day. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. . Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon day. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon day. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Jlonday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. Coughing injures and inflames sore lungs One Minute Cough Cure loosens the cold, allays couching and heals quickly. The best euro for children. DoutrlusX Wells. GREAT HISSING n m . Sing in the nsw Sing out the old Sing cut tho false Sing in the true " Wp- - 3g to you the new and true from tho pfaiey forests of Norway " go DR, BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey -t, -- 135- ECOfiOMISTRAfiGES JOfiD CONTEST The Climax Offer a New Plain lo Its.Subscrib- crs Who Take The Constitution -- In Combination Offer. OPPORTUNITY OF THE SEASON. . of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS I AM 88 YEARS any remedy equal to Jjk DeU'B It gives qulctc end permanent relief In grip as well as coohs and colds. Itmalcrs weak ltracs stronj. Mrs. H. A. Metcalfe. a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Care tor coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces science to Nature's most natural remedy, improved by B--rfl 'tlJ d Mt1&?S l o o u o f. k kYRUP PEPSI snb-lim- e; S. F. Rock, tti. We in announcing n missing word problem to our subscribers in connection with The Weekly Constitution of Atlanta, Ga. This is tho sentence: "I was immediately conscious. of tho effect wbichf'his ; producedon his companions." It is taken from a charming, living southern author and is offered to tcbt tho knowledge-oour people of their own writers. Tho missing word is a English word, not a plain every-da- y compound word, not a proper name, and is used in its ordinary acceptation. The prize to bo given will be 10 per cent of all tho subscriptions received froni contestants by The Constitution, Atlanta, Ga. It will bo paid by Tho Atlanta Constitution. That paper has paid on 'missing .word contests alone nearly $10,000 in cash prizes. To one party, Mr. M. L.Bnttain, was given a check for $1,033 50 for one successful guess; others have received large Kims ranging from $585 to over $200 on similar propositions. This contest is to run until April 1, 1699, at which lime the results will be promptly and properly w announced. take-pleasure 1 f ft Battles Only. 25c, 60c. and $1.00 SIzh BE SURE YOU GET OLD. and never used Di'a TY Iili's FiRt-Tar-X- I'cdnc&h.Kr. . For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. G. White. Southern MuU Investment Company, WW WW Of L,exingtorij, Kentucky. Life Insurance Reversed. We Pay While You Live. "Old Line" .Companies Pay When You Die. Which do You Prefer? I ; Chiffoniers. ..STATEMENT Address. JANUARY, 1899. 1899. ! i LIVING BENEFITS PAID JANUARY, Lamp Stand9 Umbrella. Etc.- - Etc, Side Boar Name, llmplt ii limy. I no-ma- r lj SQn-rini- Every subscriber w fib flakes advan- ofqur clubbing ' offer with The Constitution may'enter Ills own word to fill the blank in tho sentence. It must be given to us at the time, of the' subscription bo we may forward it together with his" order for The Con stitution. It is a plain, fair plan and Wo feel sure that many will bo interested nnd will hunt up the word or take a shot nt it. Tho (subscription orders un der this combination offer must be sent directly to this ofllcc and not to The Constitution. Wo will forward everything ourselves. tns;e 1MERO. Climax Pro. Co. self-seeke- rs Malaria Hollow, Dear Doktor : Dec. 1, 189S. EASIER THAI ETER. ! Yo-.- n? I It . . "ft SOUTHERN RfllLMy. Wfisefer & Wilson Sewing Machine. This is the first chanct i hov hed since I.gpt spliced to martha spring- house tu rite tu you. Wat bein married is allrite so fur but im powerful fraid martha es agoin to be kinder gelous not tliet i hov givin her any cause, but you no.thetawhul lot uv doktors hev gelous wives au a doktor with a gelous wifeisagud deal like a feller that es settin ou a hot stove and fannin his selfe tu keep fium geltin burnt, hisfeal- ins ur not all way komlortable. Say doc aint itfunnv that when a feller gets married sutthin allera happens7 since i got spliced times fieV got awful hard. Say doc itn hancin' nrouncrinv office powerful klose now yu no this ea tiio time ot tiio car that tbe ngunts kum an have samples uv drugs and wurkin tho agunt fur them es a durn slto cheaner than buvin them, tsnv line i think luck eS agin me a fu days after me an martna got spliced hur ole dau fel down an broke hez leg, uv korse i kant charge him any thing now fur settin it kauso he's martba's dad. 1 dontsee why he kud not fall down an brake it a fu days suner. doc im much oblige tu yu fur the stnuher vu sent me nv Miss Venus Milo fur a weddinpres-unt- . "The darn express man what brung it must hev broken the arras orf an thrun them away fur they wur broke prf in i kudent find them in the box. say doc who is this Miss Veuus MHO does she live in yur town, say but sho must be a great girl. Martha made a blue silk inuthor hubbnrd an put on nur iur sho sea it wus scanutilus. uv korso martha dont no nuthin bout art wal doc i wish you a merry krismas an a nappy nu ear, Your estcerain friend, Dr. M. T. Head, M. D. GETTING rd Every expectant mother has a trying ordeal to face. If she does not REM I Migi-VMSi- li ClTpmliatOam Ar Versllcs Ar ".Mara 4.15pm 0.40pm 11.10am! Ar Midway Ar 7.30am, 3 38pm v.i'jp'jin-ippmiucoratn l.vi 7.00am! 3.00pm KASTUOUND. WESTBOUND. 5. Kotary Motion aad Ar Jackwnvlllo..... Ar Chattanooga.... Ar Atlanta Ar Macon Ar Jacksonville Lv Chattanooga .. Ar Ulrroinssam .. Ar Mcrtdiai, "Sralu No. 1 STATions. ItNa 6. 7.40am 3.30pm Lv LouUvil Ar ia4n&m lactam 650pm Lv Verslles Ar 7.50am lLtRam 7.05pm ArNlchlrlll Ar 658am llpra1 8.05pm Ar Itlchmnd Lv 605am 1.03pm Ar Irvine L' STATIONS. No. L Lv Loiilsvillo. 7.40am 10. loam Ar Lexington 7.00pm Ar Knoxvlllo Ar Ashevlllo. 5.10am , Ar Savannah 6.55pm tNo. HTtNa tNa 7.35pm 4.45pm 3.55pm 3.00pm Ball Bearings. 130pm Na 3. 7.45pm ia35pm 7.45am 1.15pm lasoam1 1 1.50am 1.00am 2.25pm 8.55am 9.55pm 6.10pm 655am iaC6pm 11.30am 9.55pm 5.10am 9.00am 645am 8.30am uiniica rtrrics TUrcuiu Drawing Room man Sleeping car between Louisville, Atlanta. Ueon nnd Jacksonville: Connects at LexingLou-Isvi- Cinclnnarst. Florida h. llnranA For sale by Dewey Music inond, Ky. Co., Bi,ch s 35 5T UE0. W. HIIiUY ton or Chntuinoca with Pullman Sleeping car for NewOrleans: Free Cbalrcars between Of Shelbyville, Ky., Uecommenda end Lexington: Observation Chair cars Wright's Celery Capsules. between Lexington and Home; Cafo cars, elegant coachcu Shelbyville, Ky., Mav 26, '96. To Train Np. 3 carrier Pnllman Sleeping car between Louisville Chattanooca and Birming- Wright Medical Co.,jCo1., 0.: ham, also Through Sleeping cars from LexingGente I have purchased L box of ton to Jacksonville via Ashevlllo and Savannah: also via Cbattanooca and Atlanta. No Wnehts Celery Capeulea from G. N. change. Free Chair cars Lexington to Chatta-noog- a. "'hrouch bleeping cars Lexington to Scwrfctouiaoh, Torpid Liver and Const! New Orleans. twHiwira-niount tuat tuey eave me im tDallyexccptSundny. A. Wnxooji. l'.&T. A., mediate, relief averyUnw. 1 thiaic it an IjuIsvll!e.Ky. Lexington, Ky. excitfti neHaeay. J".S.qAKXO!r,3d V.r.O.M., J. M. CuiJT. M Yoan vry trly, wh.m.Tjltmje.a.G.PA- - UcA u S.XSivri-r,p.&T-- woman who suffers from weakness and disease in a in sorrow and defection while her healthy sisters Sh may be naturally beautiful, naturally attractive, naturally interest intr and animated ated witty, but the demon of is gnawing at the, very vitals of her womanly nature, and she soon becomes a withered wall Bower in comparison with her brighter and more healthv sisters. Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription is a wondetfal medi cine tor women .who sutler in this way. It acts directly oa the delicate and imnortant organs concerned in wifehood and mother hood. It touts and builds up the shattered serves. It restores the srlow of Health to .. the pallid cheek. It gives springiness and trip lo the carnage. It makes tbe eyes sparkle with returning vivacity; It imparts animation 10 vnc mien ana gestnres. roe fan that long lav listless and idle in the-Irof an invalid again speaks the eloqacnt language ot a neaith7, nappy wotaaa. Thousands of "women have tcstifed to the marvelous stents of this wonderful aacdf cine. " For several years I suffered with Beets psus of the uterus," writes Miss A. Lee Schuster, of Box u, Rodney, Jefferson Co., Miss. "Our family physician treated me for kidney troa&tc. and everything else but the right thins- - I grew worst ana wane. My body was emaciated, with great palfdtattoa of the heart. J wouki sciffcr with sums alt night. I begaa taking yoar ' Favorite Prescription and I begaa to ia. prove rifa awajr. I have taken three bottles and sow I am very nearly well and an vary hippy sad thankful to you.' IkeeS Voar hmd ur and Tour bowels norm. Tto " Qoiaa Medical Diacoverv " will woman-lywaysits LITERARY NOTES .Tho question of handling the wires and gas, water and drainage pipes in great cities, and even in towns, is becoming with each year ono oi greater Importance. A prizo was offered to the engineers of the United States by The Cosmopolitan Magazino for the ablest article suggesting a scientific, economical solution of this problem. Tho paper of Henry F. Bryant hai bean selected by the committeo as the one most ably meeting the conditions. It appears in the February Cosmopolitan, "Some Plays and Their Actors Without Prejudice," is a now department in The Cosmopolitan. The names of tho contributors .are not given, but in the staff aro embraced tho mnjority of the Icadlngr.crltics of the country, including David Belasca It is interesting to note that in these days of competition in the magazine field the editions of The Cosmopolitan have gone from three hundred thoueand;fof February, 1898, to three hundred and fifty. thousand in February of this get ready for It, there is no tolling what may happen. Child-birt- h is full of sncertaintiea if Nature is not given proper assistance. la Friend Mother's uso help the best you can at-thi- s time. It is a liniment, and when regularly ap plied several sont!i3 before baby comes, it makes the ad rent easy and nearly pain less. It relieve and prevents " morning sickness," relaxes the overstrained mus cles, relieves tho distended feeling, short ens labor, makes recovery rapid and cer tain without any dangerous 'after-effectMothers FrtenaJ is good for only one purpo32, viz.; to Te&eve .motherhood of danger and p&ia. Onei dollar per teettlo at all aru; stores, er sent oy express tin rccets s jsiaa. . s. Walter Tully, Burgin, Ky Jos Kamber, Loulsvillo, Ky Amelia Borgel, Louisyille, Kr Rev E D Gray, Georgetown, Ky Dr S H Stevenson, Chicago, 111 . . . Cathefino.Lang, Louisville, Ky.'. . 5 Joseph Peters, Louisville, Ky . . . Dr I H "Welch, Harrodsburg, Ky . .". Ella. Jones, Lexington, Ky Eliza Castle, Versailles, Ky Emery Hikes, Louisville, Ky . . . Geo D Robertson, Lexington, Ky Mrs AUie J Taylor, Lexington, Ky .. Geo D Robertson, Lexington, Ky . A C Seadler, Louisville, Ky Geo D Robertson, Lexington, Ky . . . LAM Grief, Louisville, Ky .. U Arnspiger, Lexington, Ky 1.. Capt H A Welsh. Nicholasville, Ky J D Purcell, Lexington, Ky J H Baker, Lexington R Arnspiger, Lexington, Lou Kauatzer, Lexington, Dr G W Beelor, Louisville, A W Kratzer, Lexington, W T Baker, Louisville, .. LTJ Mil ward estate, Lexington, Mrs J I Bright, Lexington, . A C Goode, Lexington, . . '. . Jenny Murphy, Lexington A E Tnylor, Oakdale, Tenn Perry Crosthwaite, Lexington ... J B Qnisenberry, Danville, . . Dr II P Cox, Harrodsburg, . . . ; R F Johnson, Baltimore, Md Ross & Harrington, Falmouth, William Long, Lexington, Lilllo Gngle, Louisville Eli Strider, Lexington, Lou Spalding, Louisville, C A Culver, Lexington, . . : J W Appleton, Lexington, . Power, Flemingsburg, Jos H ... J M & John Skain, Lexington, Ernest Hudson, Lexington, . . .. Anderson Butler, N Middletown, Susan Brown, Lexington Mrs Emma Haum, Lexington, Miss Annie B Ford, Lexington, . . W H Ford, Lexington, Lexington, V. ; W H Ford, Lexington '. William Holmes, Lexington, J S Chrisman, Danville Clara B Stanwood, San Francisco, Cal . -. . . Margaret G Hutchison, Lexington D Purcell, Lexington, J Mrs Maggie Burke, Junction City, Kate Strawder, N Middletown, v. . . Miss Lfzzie Keating, Macon, Ga . John M Rees, Louisville, . .Dr R B Cassady, La Grange, Burgin, O S Williams, :.. .,.. W J Poteot, Harrodsburg, .. Kate S Brown ..Lexington, . Fred Close, Jr Cincinnati, O ' .. Savage Bros, Black Mountain, NO., . Harry McCarty, Nicholasville, ... Skookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, i! ". . Skookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, .' . . Skooknm Gulch Pool, Lexington, r. . Skookum. Gulch Pool, Lexington, -- . . '. Geo W Nuckols, Lexington Milton Johnson, Maysville, '. .... John R Allen, Lexington, . .1 Chiles, Lexington, ? J Alex . ;: W W Quinn, Nicholasville Co! R C Morgan, Lexington, . G W Fitzgerald, Georgetown .. J V Coffey, Ycsemite, ;. J II Baker, LexiDgton, Newport News Syndicate, Newport News, Va. . . Newport NewB Syndicate, Newport News, . Va .'--If. Newport Nowb Syndicate, Newport News,-VaJfW L Richmond, Lexington, . . . . Fllorton, Lexington, E L Denhard. Louisvillo, ME Pa tto n, Nicholasville, ... P II Norton, Lexingtoi Alice P Arnold, Richmond, Abratu Stowers, Covington. . , . . . S R Warren, Lexington, Henrv Brnenning, Louisville, . . . J S White, Richmond, v ...... 'active. WE ARE THE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM, STAFF DAY TELEPHONE 76. OLDHAM NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. V iwfsaasasjfitatttltllllltci a... a... 9- -, ....sa ... ... ...aae Mt9 ...aeo ...aae ...ao .. ...se to ...as ...cos ...coO 99... a.. .- terms will be On and after January 1st, 1899, our - ...... a. SPOT CASH!" -have attempted to run our business by collecting our accounts the first of each month, but have be.en Unable to collect them all promptly. We are therefore compelled to sell for CASH that we may pay cash for our goods, and will endeavor to make it to tho Interest of the trade to do business with us. We have a nice lino of Stajle and Taney Grocories, Quecnswaro and Glassy aro, &c. Give us a call, examine our stocjt nnd .get prices. We ..so ...tee .so ...coo ...aeo ...ea3 aae ....OO OC3 ao .- - Ca..- - ...aad .as .aee v.aea ........... ........... ....... .....,.,. a.. ass... S... as... es.... so... ajee... as.. ca... a... ea... aa... SO, SO... . ...aae ...aao a OSS a... .. o... .aS .aae ao ...ae .cos ...aao .aSO .a30 ...DCS .aoS OS eOS) OO aoO .aoO jS?Good8 exchanged for country produco ...... ........ as... as... as... INS ?? I ELLIS. ...aso OO .ae0 .aao .CO aaV., WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, KY. i. ..i.l.iilii;;;;;; '.....SS.S..I.......u...n........ ...... ' r ! Why Suffer Mm ? ; .'. 1 "When DOK'S COMPLETE PILE CURE L) guarantoad, io euro you. Ii is tha.discovcry o an ataincnt.phy sician-v- v v "ir Ho KnSfs ! " Ks IntmiigtlGd 'of'DasSness !: Tho finL treatment brings immediate relief. It has cured tiio;tana?,-- end vrill euro you. 'Class C' Total . . . . Profit Over Cost, $5,438,22 $2,933.72 The use of one box effeetc i a permanent cure. ommended ts I voluntarily give you this stateracntIoptng H will be Uie'rnsunaf of bringing younvondcrfal remedy Jo th attyntiy of others suf- fcring with ,. . Price $l.oo, Prepaid ia any Acitlrs&s. tr-- . FOR FULL INFORMATION ADDRESS DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, CHATTANOOOA TENiS. yr. 41ok W The, Art AiasjWttr iar FWuWy contain aa ftiieeitaat pieten ia casaor, of a yw FnE2 Books, suaaafalaat v'.ttba informssstt Us any adsjaas for wm9, wU SpfSTCKiWl A. SMITH BOWMAN, si T. O : V' ' - TIM MtMWBLi AMULATMl . Secretary. Ky. MBS. ULLI0M, ( Itesl linti ajjWittlBd,