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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): February 22, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899022201_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): February 22, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. RICHMOND CLIMAX. VOLUME 25. A LOVE RICHMOND, SONG. iDEDICATZD TO "rAKSY." MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1899. NUMBER 38. GRIGSBY Seme General Agents Eastern Kentucky. i MUNCEY, Equitable Life NEW YORK ttt territory. OFFICE-Mai- n If we bare met, dear heart, before, Within some happy age of yore; If we had being back among The golden days when time wasyonng, ' In whatsoever form wert thou, I lore thee then, as I do now. If we should Hto In after time, When earth is nearer to her prime; And by some happy chance, my sweet, In that far age we two should meet, Thy soul somehow I'd know again. As I do now, I'd love thee then. If In some land from this afar, Within some other, fairer star, If in the realms beyond the skies, The visioaed walks of paradise. Our paths should touch, upon that shore I'd love thee still foreTermore The Minstrel. Baking OXAL Powder Makes tbe food more delicious and wholesome BQVAt BUCIHO POWDER iirkf. Stock Farm. IKentueVy CO., NEW YORK. J 5-- Extraordinary Clubbing Offer! The Hichmond WT BREVITIES OF FUN. . . .. . tl.rt.' imno -- eay, Dusty, aid a gum drop?" Dusty bead , . . - -Til niiuauB KIT jo; uut. JL'vo heard. a tree barky' Colorado Springs Gazetto. Armstrong "Shortson claims to bo a e man." Copklin "Il'rn, looks as if- - he ran out of material, dosen't He?" Town Topics. "Mamma, what is classical music?" "Oh! Don't you knowl It's the kind that you have to like whether you like ClimaxoAnd Ths Ohio Farmer Both one Year For Only $150. ever unocodpied Street, Agents wanted in Stock and Farm, It is estimated by the officials of the Department of Agriculture that tho hay crop of tho United States produced in 1S98 reacLid a value of about S40C.OOO,- 000. Richmond, Ky. Uautead, commissioned Dy me Official Historian to the War Department. The book was written In army tamps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with neral Merritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, trenches at in Hong Kong, in the American with Manila, in the insurgent cam"s on the deck of the Olyrapla with Dewey, and in the roar or battle at the fall of Manila. Bonanza for agents. Brimful of original pic tures taken by rovcrment photographers on the spot Large book. Low prices. Big profits. Frcicht paid. Credit given. Drop all trashy unofficial w. books. Outfit free. Address, T. Barber, Secy , Star Insurance Bldge., fcv Murat Agui-jaido. every ctive for "The Storv or the PhillnDlnes" Kentucky to take stock to Havana. A.u'HRi'.Esolicitors wanted Tho first stock dealer from Central Cuba, is R. A. Dodd, of Wilmore, who shipped a car load of inules thero Mon- Chicago. oct28-4- m 'PROFESSIONAL CARDS. crop rotation system, which must be adopted or the productiveness of the ATrOENEYS. farm will be diminished year by year. Tho rotation should bo in grains and IV. MILLER. grasses, or such forage as cow peas or Attohney-at-Lasomothinc of that class, much of which Kkhtocky. Richmond, can bo returned to the land. Building, next door to Office in tbe Burnara y J. M. Owen and John D.'Recs havo f eb3-larmer's National Bank. engaged 2,000 lambs at 5 cents per pound. Tuggle & Sharp sold to J. W. Bates 6ixty-si- x 4 feeders, weight 1,100 lbs., at 4 cents. "W. II. Robb bought of Attorney R. H. Ware twenty-eiggood feeders, KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, weight 1,150 lbs., at $4 40. Jo L Office over Taylor s Hardware store, op- Brown received Mondav"",l02 extra posite Court House, on Main Street. feeders which he bought of Simon AVeil at 4 cents. Weight, 1,150. Winches II. B. HOGG, ter Sun. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Choice, ripe beef cattle are reported .Kentucky. scarce in every market, whilo there is Richmond, a surplus ofihe half-fa- t kind. Cattle' 0 ripe for tho butcher commands the Office No. 13 First St, rip stairs. highest price of the season, whilo tho tendeucy is downward for the half-rip- e J. 0. & D. M. OlIENAUiiT,' sort. Tho moral in this is evident to ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. every man who studies the wants of Richmond, the market. Send your product whether fruit, grain or livestock to Office on Second street, over Cben-ault'- 8 market when it is in thcconditionthat grocery. Half-rip- e tho trade demands. fruit sells for little more than thebalf-rot- PHYSICIANS. day. Jessamine Journal. The heavy.snow during the past two weeks has been of incalculable benefit to the Rrowing wheat. Had it been unprotected it would have almost been ruined by the heavy freezes wo Have Had during that tiiao. The plan of raising one's own cattle 011 the farm where they are to be fed for shipment is in keeping with the J " at-La- ht Never beforoi baa there been offered so much value pi good reading at so low a price. Every one knows what The Climax is. To.those notfamlliar with Tho Ohio Farmer we will say that In quality and quantity it Is clearly the leader of tho .agricultural press of America. Its editors and writers are all practical farmers, who own and run their farms. Its market reports are carefully com piled and corrected -- each i week; no other agricultural paper furnishes its readers with as satisfactory reports from as many market centers. It is all times liberally illustrated. Complete instructions how to mako at home, implements and articles for farm ers' use, are freely given ; careful and studious attentions given to each tie- partment anu oniy uie most practical and seasonable articles are permitted . in its columns. No snide or fako advertisements are allowed in its columns at any prico. For enterprise in obtaining. every thing of value for its readers and for liberal expenditure of money to Becuie the best of everything, no other agri cultural paper equals it. A strong feature is made by tho. pub lisher of the Farmer to furnish its readers with practical articles at whole sale prices. They will send to each new,s ubscribcr and .with each sample copy their premium list. Kor "free snmnlo. conv nddrpRS Th On io Farmer, Cleveland, Ohio. But , Eioidiond send all orders to Mr. S. A. Fackler, Editor of tho Micanopy (Fla.) Hustler, with bis wife and children, sullercd terribly from LivGrippe: One Minute CookIi Cure was the only remedy that help them It acted quickly. Thoueanda of others uso .this remedy as ' a "specific' for La Grippe, and its exhausting aftereffects. Douglas & Wells. self-mad- - it or not" N. O. Times-Democr- at gerac, seems to be "This new play, 'Cyrano do Bec- a sporting produc tion." "Why?" "It has won by a nose." Philadelphia North American. Housekeeper I give you a meal vill you cut our grass?" Weary Walker -- "Lady, I'll cut it dead; I'll scoro ter notice it." Philadelphia Record. First Reformer "I suppose you are in favor of the movement for a single tax?" Second Kefor'mer "I have taken a position much in advance of that. I am in favor of lmvinc no tax at all." Boston Transcript. "The man that I marry," she said. must bo one who always thinks before ho speaks." "Then," replied the young genueman at wtiom the shaft had been aimed, "I guess ho'Il never ask you." Cleveland Leader. Professor "Too bad! One of mv pupils, to whom I have given two courses of instruction in the cultivation of the memory, has forgotten to pay mo, ana tiie worst of it is I can't remember his name." Fliegendo Blaot ter.- A company is being organized in Paris, Ky., for the purpose of buying the old Bourbon Fair Grounds and holding an Kentucky Fair this fall. Hon. Claude M. Thomas is said to bo at the head of the movement and has circulated a subscription: paper that has received a large nnm ber of signera. It has been decided by tho owners of tho historic old grounds either to cut the place up into building lots or sell it as a whole for agricult ural purposes. An Kentucky Fair means that iheir will be no racing and no, trials of speed except those once ceen in tho "bull rings" of our country agricultural society, but we trust that such will not be the case with our Bourbon friends, .and that they will try to utilize the good half- mile track they already have without the building. Bourbon is a horse- breeding and horse-raisin- g county, and the breeders should take an Interest in the new association and do all in their power not only to assist in the promo tion of the contemplated fair, but also e to revive the interest of the Bourbon county people in contest of speed by light harness horses. The Stock Farm wishes tho new association great success, and believes that revival of trotting racing, properly managed, will go a long ways to wardb securing it. old-lim- DM.K.&K. Tie Leading Statists sf Awta 20 YEARS IN OHIO. 250,000 CURED. FOR SALE. The executor ot Leo Jake 'White, deceased, uac lur saic privately aouut if ft: We Don't WE CURE EMISSIONS 23 ot which lies Immediately la Fox town, tho Nothine can bo mora dcmaralitinp tn young or nuuain-ace- u men tnan tno preo-- 1 imiuacs is ueiween lae oi wm. ucnneu enco of the? o "nightly losses." 4'hep n"? and Dudley Tribble. The latter is In bloegrass uu,i uas not ueen piougaea ior imrcjr years. of disgust and a trhole train of sjciptomR. tefe Address, They unfit a man for business, married W Ufa and social happiness. No matter I t Cole, wncmer caused uy ctii .cabin In youth, natural weakness or sexual excesses, our . .! I Box 259. f.'ciu. AlAthnl I'Mftmant Winchester, Ky. ina Want a 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. I John 6. Jant-ft- Ex., I UUUJUU. n CURE-N- O later excesses may havo weakened you. tfi nxposuro may Hare diseased you. You nro not safe till cured. Our New Method Tfiu euro you. lou run no risk. Hen.der. TOUnPAl hMn K,l.nlm,n PAY n kf nerrona, rauMinra; become Imtablo citants, lo i forBetfnl. and despondent; IS400 loans llan CURED and Vnn nm nnln f..Ul ex- IP CD morow. blotches and pimples, sunken eyes, wrinkled face, stoopinir form and downcast conntenanco roreai mo uncut oi your existence. 'No j br. ormatter ?3NV METllOl) how serious your case may f!J bow lonjr you may hare had iL nnr 'IU2ATMKNT will DRIVING, euro it. iho wormy Ttins" return to their normal condition and hence thu organs receive croner nonruh. sexuai 4 menu The oreacs becomo vitalized, all IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, unnatural drains or losses ceasa and manly powers return. No temporary you, benefit, but n permanant euro aiiured. NO COItK. NO PAY. NO OPEUA-TtO- N NKt'ESSAUY. NO DETENTION FKOM BUSINESS. STRENGTH OF GRIZZLY BEARS. Public Opinloit. "You talk about politics 1" said young Spoonamore, with a superior spile. "You don't even know what the 'single tax idea is." "I .know what it ouiiht to be." rnnlierf Mica Quickstep. 4,It ought to be that nobody but single men should be taxed." Chicago Tribune. FOR LA GRIPPE. 31-3- Thomas "Whitfield bash-a- v, corner IS THE GREATEST SUNDAY Cough .Remedy for la grippe, as It not framing pictures. NEWSPAPER IN THE WOULD. only gives a prompt and complete re-Price 5 cents a copy. Bxmall, $2.00 a year. iiei, but also counteracts any tendencv Address THE SUN. New York. ten. Shelby Sentinel. "His hoss went dead an' his mule went lame; of la grippe to result a For sale by Perry & Thomas. The Elizabethtown News Bavs: Harry He lust six cows inon poker game. day a summer's A hurricane came DR. H. It. GIBSON, Lazerous, of Horse Cave, shipped this And carried the house whar he lived away; Our line is full and complete, and in charge GREENBACKS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, THE PLATFORM WOMAN. week 1,100 head of cattle to Baltimore. Then an earthquake came when that was gone of Mr. M. 6. Brown, a graduate embalmer . Kentucky, He sold them to Lehman Bros., of that An' swallowed the land the house stood on; Government Money. Richmond, will pay you to and funeral director. come roun' city, at $1.65. They averaged about An' the tax collector, he She Has Ever Been a Biol Upon American Will sell in any quantity call on me before purchasing elsewhere. An' charged himupwiththeholelnthcgroun'!" 1,250. Bland, Highbaugh & Summers Womanhood. Office in the Joe Ccilins building, 18 and o At close of our Civil War in 186$, at a very low price. 37- DANGER IN CALCIUM CARBI0E. Street, orer Wnue eld drugstore. Horrible agony is caused by Piles, within the last three weeks shipped here appeared in the London Times For particulars call twenty car loads of fine cattle to Jer Burns and Skin Diseases. These aro The platform woman never bns been the following: on or address. CHAS. HOOKER, Rules Governing Its Sale in New York. sey City, Pittsburg, Indianapolis, and immediately relieved and quickly cured a credit to, but ever a blot upon, Amer "If that mischievous financial pol Liquefied Acetylene Gas Prohibited. icy which had its origin in the North T E TERIN A R Y SURGEON, Louisville. Thoy paid 4 and 414 cents bv De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Be ican womanhood. I make this emAmerican .Republic during the late for stockers and 4 for export cattlo. ware of worthless imitations, Doug- - phatic statement from the personal Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Superintendent Murray of the Bu Civil war in that country, should beThese cattlo were bought principally in las &. Wells'. Kiiowieage ot the homes which these come indurated down to a fixture. women leave behind when they tro to reau of Combustibles, has made regu Collins. Successor to J. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. Tennessee. The same stockmen are N0T SO VERY FAT. nn ruin, orer store rccentlv ftccn uusiiy engagea in piamnng ana arthen that government will furnish its an23-3uieir meetings," writes Edward Bok lations' governing the transportation, PHONE pied by nichmond Harness Co., East MainJ St., money without cost. It will have all ranging to have another stock sale at Hicbmonn, ny. Tho other day a farmer entered a liv in the January Ladies' Homo Journal Etorage and sale of calcium carbide. 7Z the money that is necessary to carry Sonora in March on a larger scale than ery anu salo stable, says tno faanuy I havo seen tho rooms of their homes which the firemen declare to be a on its trade and commerce. It will ever attempted before. T. C. JJLSPJZR, M. D Herald, and said he wanted to sell a left in wild disorder; I have seen their aourco of danger in a burning building, become prosperous beyond precedent Medicine and Surgery. servant sitting in idleness with work on because when water reaches it acety . ''During the summer months of each cow. . ip the history of civilized nations of i gas is given oil. A number of Office Collins year tho Tobacco Trust sends out He was in hard luck. v . tevery. liana to do; I havo seen their lene the world. The brain and wealth of place) on Telephone at residence (the Cnrr children neglected and left to their own stores keep it for use in bicycle lamps. number of men to canvass the entire He wanted to soli bad. we do not handle, because all countries will go to North America. Hereafter, in transit or on storage, it "What condition is the cow in was devices;! havo heard husbands speak Kentucky. tobacco district to ascertain tho acre Richmond, - we know nothing adout the THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE age of tobacco each farmer lias, as well tho natural inquiry of the proprietor of in derision of tho motive of thoir must be inclosed in hermetically sealed DESTROYED OR IT WILL iron receptacles marked "Dangerous, drug business, but wives. JNo woman in a happy Ameri as to learn tho condition of the crop the stable, V. EVANS, M D., MONARCHY ON G. When canvass is completed this Tobac "Finest I ever saw," tho farmer re- can Jioine can ever aQord to if not kept." No package may contain THIS GLOBE." more than 100 pounds. It must bo co Trust knows within a few hundred plied. "She'3 had ; the; best; ikind of listen to these parasites of her The famous Hazzard circular, to 11 i b mn'ii Physician and Subgeon, capitalists in New York, andtheBuell pounds of how much tobacco xeacb foodand is as fat,asbutter. iSh'e's;tbo Fortunately, the platform woman's In- fored in isolated buildings that are fire proof and warterprnof. No artificial fluence Is steadily on the wane. She Bank circular to United States BankRichmond, - - - - Kentucky, county has, and, supplied with this healthiest and fattest cow I ever 6aw" We mate, sell and apply. After more than 30 "But," interrupted the liverymrn, '.'I was never a power. She was nevor lignc or neat win be permttteu in years actual practical experience in tbe making, ers, both emanating from London, and knowledge, is enabled to dictate prices eyen picturesque. Her worst iniarv tho building where it is stored. Not selling and putting on ot paint, we feel some the fabulous corruption fund raised in to the grower. When the Tobacco don't like cows that areTtoo fat." DR. T. J. TAYLOR, justified in claiming that we some- twenty "Oh, well," replied tho fanner, anx- was wrought upon certain weak women more than may pounds, in bulk or in what more aoout tne ousmess manknow who England and Germany, estimated at Trast Bends its paid agents out to asinoae Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, be kept iu any storo or turnsfor a short time as clerks and dealers been $1,500,000, were. the agents that se cartridges, havo lor Kentucky certain the" acreage and condition of ious tn make the sale at all hazzards, who with the timo sho deluded. But factory, and this must bo in a fireproof selling oyer the counter paints canned and cured the closing ot our mints against Richmond, even them sho was soon regarded keged of which they were unacquainted with the crop, about the best remedy we can "hho ain't so damned fat!" of the with wonder rather than with interest: safe or vault above the etreot grade and the quality people contents. We guarantee to silver. jWOfflce add residence: on Second Street. suggest is to kick the agent oil the ana adjoining Connto lae The smallest things may oxert the witli suspicion rather than with confi it must be kept sir inches above tbe ;ire better naints. oi tnis produce better re The "walk into my parlor" policy ies that will premises and flatly refuse to furnish in sults for less money than any concern this side of England, during and since the A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and floor. greatest influence. De Witt's Littlo donee. Less and less has she DENTAL STJEGERY. tne larger cities, mow maice a use oi paints oi been formation to any one. Ex. ngurt'S Early Itisers aro unequalled for over able to get listeners, and it is significant Tho manufacture, transportation, wsniea irom wdiu Leaa on. get arc not irom Spanish War, is the latest evidence get our figures and if we lower . EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. storage, sale or use of liquefied acety all then you better goods than any one else, of English Diplomacy in shaping the and glTe places where she has spoken prediction of a wintry Feb' coming constipation and liver troubles. that-IHick's wc promise you that w wont ask you to bay. destiny of the United States Small pill, best pill,, safe pill. Doug during tho present season she has not lene is absolutely prohibted within tbe Remember we snbmit samples for your Inspec ruary is beinj? frigidly verified. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. tion. las & Wells. been seen again. The disappearance limits of this city. New York Sun. Notwithstanding the famine price TUBES, BY MAIL, 75 CENTS! BOTTLES, 60 CENTS. of the platform woman is a case of op Louisvillb, Kr. A TRUE (?) RAT STORY. LAST ROASTING PLACE. of wheat, the Spanish War, and fabu- JAMES F. BALLARD, Safe Proprietor, - - 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO, blot being dotted ont." next door to Government Building, J lous expenditures of money by our jams-iy- . RichmSnd. Ky. Office hours 9 to 1 to 4. Mr. A. B, Ely, a carriage maker, of y For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druggists. nov!7-lgovernment during the past year, gold 2M W. HIS STREET. A local paper published a long obit SURE CURE FOR FROST BITE. Paiut Lick, who never was known to uary ot .a man wuo naa aiea in cue RICHMOND, .KY has increased m value eleven percent. stretch tho blanket of veracity, says community, closing with the statement 3J"The largest and only exclusWo wholesale and all other values decreased in the Four nic3 rooms for rent. that one of his horses appeared to be Mr. J. K. Hazolden writes to the that "a long procession of people fol ana retail aeaier in l'amts, wan raper, win- same proportion. dow Shades, Window Glass,. Oils, Varnishes, Hob-so- n, greatly nnnoyed at times lately, coutin' Danville Advocate the following: ror a thorough understanding of Call at Dental Office of Dr. lowed the remains to their last roasting 11 rushes, Artist ana ralnters supplies generau; uallv stamping and stiring about Here is an instantaneous and positive place." The family, read the notice stock the largest and prices always the' lowes the money question, or silver issue, the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly in its stall and observing large sores on euro for frost bite. It was triven to mo and discovered the supposed error and next door to postoffice. ESTABLISHED given evidence of its ability to teach, the animals logs, be decided thai it had by an old tramp years ago when I was asked the editor to make a correction explain and produce all facts and suffering from this disease andThave the scratches. in the word "roasting," but he )R. FRED SMITH. truth. "It is a paper that ought and Upon going down to the stable a few since used it successfully many times said he could not do it until the can be read by all classes with pleas ago rather quietly Mr. Ely ; ' - j . mornings DENTIST. THE REMEDY. seven years back subscription that tbe ure and pront. says that he was greatly alarmed to J? or a child? tako over Collins' Grocery, same office , a.thimblo full of deceased owod had been paid. an!2-l- y W. llurgin. lately occupied by And not less than fifty bis rats gnaw gun powder, place it in a pan and flash Mauments,. Tombs, Heatistones, Statuary and Foreign and ing on the horses legs anu hoofs.. it under the foot affected, holding the American Marble and Granite. What does your mirror say? foot two to four Inches above the pow H. What Shall we do. Docs it tell you of some little der. Use double the amount for streaks cf gray? Are you Man A A serious and dangerous dicaso ipro-- grown, person. If tho first flash doesn't pleased? Do your friends of vaus m tins country, uangurous.oe' cive relief try a second or third, leaving the same age show this loss No. 03 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, of State of Kon. W. IT. Ohloy, cause so deceptive. It comes on so iho feet bare in tho meantime. will be at the HoteiZlmmer, Bichmond, Ky., on of power also? Coniaissiea There Wcit Virginia, writes on open letter. Just remember that gray slowly yet surely that it is of ton firmly will bo a slight aching sensation for a Merchasts.. Wednesday, March 8, 1899, hair never becomes darker seated before we aro aware of it. Y. "Va,, Mar. 9, 1898. OiAHLESTOif, " few minutes and then the cure will be TTTTTTrTTTTT 1 without help, while dark hair The name of this disease which may perfect. To whom it may concern: returning every second Wednesday o. each rapidly Becomes gray wncn Those who are contemnlatlnjr buvinc Marblo. Granite, or any kind of month. Reference every physician of Richbo divided into three distinct Btages is once the change begins. Gai-.IQ- . feblt-lmond, Ky. and Sheep, Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call nt tho old stand in tho roar In Iancaster somo years ago W. O, "I most heartily recommend cat&rrn. trreat bencut in cases ox . Kidney trouble, indicated by uigney came uown street. early one as of especially beneficial wherever the First, of the M. E. Church on Irvino Street, where they will find constantly on hand It is pain in the back,rheiimatism,lumbago. a largo stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all closes of KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. morning supporting Uncle Billy Gray. sqbcous msmbronea arc affected. As a buyers, jpwiin. w. u. uuutiniiH, one;oi tue uest worKmen in uentrai frequent desiro to urinate, often with a Tho old gentleman was suffering great- toaic it cexUinly has no superior. E. LIJ. CITE, Fruiittt, Luisgtea, It. Kentaeky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work Union Stock Yards, of SUia. W. JL Ohlet, durning sensation, tho flow of urine be pain from frosted feet. I told him of in every phwe. Parties living el a distanco should write to us for designs, ERAItY, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COMing copious or scantiwitb strong odor, my remedy, but found his foet so MERCIAL COLLEGES. O. which will be furnished an application. . Cincinnati, Hallowed to advance, this reaches ureauiuny swollen aau mnamed was Tuition for Literary and Bible Coarse tzt a YOUR TATKONAGE SOLICITED."! GO TO THE-- J10.0CO year. More than twenty teachers. tho Second stage, or Bladder trouble, afraid to use it and told him so. Uncle Telephone 7346. gymnasium. Thousands of snccesiful alcmnl. with heavy pain in the abdomen low Billy; sfwd: Uocial and moral welfare of students receive special attention. Open to both sexes. For down between the navel and tho water jjflrAU Infotmatlon regarding live' "Try It, my eon, try it. Itk death iyx-- u catalogues address we rresiaem. passage, increasing desireto,, urinate, unyway.:" Consign REPAIKINQ AND TIMKING FIXK WATCHES stock cheerfully furnished. LexiBgtoa, Ky. 12 W. Short St, AH Wsfk ftiaraateed.' with a' Bcaldiug sensation'in-passing- . sept7-l- y X 8PBCIALTY. your slock direct to us. After the third trial he sprang to hk email qualities being' passed witl4iffl feet, embraced me, away rmUr mrrfs 9S cents. TjQ&mlBM i'M OCaU Quuy, spmeiuncs .neceesury w uraw u cured, tho most grateful person ever Most cosrenleat and centrally loeatwi hotel ia I orgfavel saw. the city. Fine equipped Bar in commksioh with iristrumentsIf uric acid, has formed, it will 'provo dangerous, if will bring back to your hair BO YEARS' neglected. . IN WASHW6T0M. SHORT LINE TO the color of youth. It never EXPERtENCE Tho Third stago is Bright's Disease. fails. It is Just as sure as Hbbbbbbbbbbl. that heat melts snow, or that Thero is comfort in knowing that Dr. "Why, those men arc fighting!" quenches fire. water Kilmer, tho great kidney and bladder "Oh, don't mind them I" SAL00H PARLOR It cleanses the scalp also 2nd Richmond, Ky. specialist, has discovered a Remedy "But one of them has the other by WHEX IN T0WM. and prevents the formation of Best Line to famous for its marvelous cures of the theliairl" dandruff. It feeds and Jiour-ishthe bulbs of the hair most distressing cases' and known, as "Thfs nothing." 1 HAH. mBW ARKANSAS, TEXAS, making them produce a1 luxuDCIMIW Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Boo- t. Hon. W. II. Ohijsy. Coolest and most refreshing 'iAnd the lias his opponent riant growth. It stops the COPYRHUTW Ac It is sold by all druggists. has eared thousands ot oboar between lite teeth J't. of drmksr'tnat can be lound MEXICO hair from falling outaad gives ny Anyone sending a skeh und dwrlinfcw mlct!r ursrealn onr optni&n tnyimat.an As a proof of the. wonderful virtues a Sne seft finish to tbe hair ''Oh, come along." stinate eases of catarrh, and Ls perhaps disensed in the cjty cniotiiinioi. hiTcntlon Is prorjnblypstontabia. Passttta as well. .uai. Handbook AND CALIFORNIA. of this great discovery, Swamp-Roo- t, the only efficient remedy inexiiiee "Bntwait. It may Toa murder and - You can buy more GROCERIES for less money by te est frm. (rliiett aseccy Jor9eBris)aWS4. r a boolr on the Htlr b4 We have . nmtiv tor catarrhal diseases; Vut there Paunts taken throngli Mnno asatnple bottle and book of valuablo Pulliaan Tourist SleeDinc Car leaves Louis "Will you come along?" Scalp' which jou may obutn fre datiug ville every Thursday night and runs through multitudes ot people who mn feci Mrtiw, wKhoct cJimko, in tfce y Informatiou will b 6nt abFolulely "UkS1 do'riot obtain ill the bcnef,! 'Tell ma firsUwhat they are fif kting till tfffliag with catarrh U& Med, tn flam Pnnofnm im Srwrtui Water Kaat m Tab. as a call. Ask your ticket atrenl for particulars or write' jon .Mpeetl Irom the to free by mall out application to Dr. Kil-mt- about?" to R. II. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, fceiy. To ch as Uwso th uquKftcl IssBflrr "T Ml Co., Biwhjunfcon, N. Y.. When Louisville. Kr. ';.Xby.i: wH fighMuf.", any cleiiuai joamaL. Tt )qr TrVrw-UlNll, mOtOtm ot rwxiatMridBtkm of Free Reclining Chair r C'sm l4MtisfUIc to ! ncr: lour mortbs, L SoMky wtntiaK MMtagPteiflllB tijg. nam Ohley U dirUA. jPrn-Second Phone 3. i : , ii .... ia eientific and purely nyUUi All WM. A. K8LUMB, A. H. HANSON, racns vm, ta w wi I 3 OOK. MAUI AMD CaSAPSIDli. Q. P. A., CUuo. RICHMOND, KY. lstkltoMUlV. IV A. 0. F.A- -, LokUtUU "Asicatng ovr the CoeatitaiMa.' Cu.uc Apropos of the action of the County Board of Equalization, a fellow who was "raised," so to speak, sends in the following bit of humor, says tho Falmouth I'ondlotonian: druggists, recommend Chicago's oldest and most prominent & Co.. 240 Wa- Jackson-st.- , one of Chamberlain's The strength of grizzly bears is al most boyond belief, says a hunter I have read about the powerful muscles in the arms oi African gorillas, but none compared with those in the arms and shoulders of big grizzly bears. I have seen a grizzly bear with one paw shot into usclessness pull its own 1,100 pounds of meatand bones up precipices, and perform feats of muscle that trained athletes could not do. I have seen grizzly bears carrying tho carcasses of pigs that must have weighed 70 pounds several miles across a mountain side to their lairs, and I have heard hunters tell of having seen cows knocked down as if by a thundorbolt with one blow from the forepaw of a bear. Three summers ago. I spent the season in the mountains near Hudson's bay, and one moonlight night I saw a big grizzly in the act of carrying a dead cow home to her cub. I had a position on tho mountain side where I could see every movement of the bear in the sparsely timbered Yalley below me. Tho creat ure carried the dead cow in her fore- paws lor. at least tnree miles, across jagged, shap rocks 10 feet high, over fallen logs, around the rocky mountain Bides, where even a jackass could not got a foot hold, to a narrow trail up the steep mountain. She never stopped to rest a moment, but went right along. followed, and just about half a mile from fhn hpitKt'ii lair I laid hnr low. The hoifer weighed at least 2$0 pounds and tbe bear about 430. t,r&tS.0N LOSSES, BLADDER AND KID-NHdiseases. CONSULTATION RKE. BOOKS FREE. CHARGES MODERATE. If unable to call, write and can also say extreme ly comfortablewhen you are CURES GUARANTEED" a driving in one of our easy and handsome Buggies and We treat and euro SYPHILIS, flLKET, KMISS10NS. IMPOTENOVl STKiefOKK, VARICOCELE. 6E.MlI Pbaitons. Our stock of fine NAT, 1 Bed-roo- m Us Kennedys Kergani 122 W. FOURTH rres. nk'" ST., 33E carriages is unsurpassed for beauty, stjie, durability and general superiority, and we are selling them at prices that will surprise you, quality con sidered. John Donelson. m Suites, Maple, Mahogany, Golden and Antique .Oak.... Beautiful Erass and Folding Beds. EIegant Sideboards. vlExtension and Center Tables. 0dd Dressers. Chiffoniers, v Parlor Cabinet Book Cases. 'Hat Racks, Etc., Etc. There is also on display in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever brought to Richmond. My selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette, Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot be excelled. A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and Corduroy, just received from the city. Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Work Baskets, Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attractive additions to our business. you are a lover of beauty it will pay you to If call and my line of Framed Pictures,. Medallions, &c. We also make a specialty of Bird's-Ey- e In w Paint For We have an unlimited quantity of black paint, suitable for barns, Iron Fences, Gutters, &c. News and Opinion- sPCS National Importance Sun Contains Both. Daily, by' mail, Daily and Sunday, by mail,-- 8 m $6 a year a year ' or It III! rS Lit h NEVILLE WIOBERLEY m T "-'- Huildinir.-MainStree- t. Dm ' A BOOM TO MANKIND? DR Paints TABLER'S BUCKEYE mii in n ce 12-- 1 Madison Monumental Works 1863. TURING CRAY? JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. Dr.-W- I! Dr. Louis Landman Public Statement From Public WHiHoshal&.COi FIRE" WORK A SPBGIABTY. si y. Wyers! Malr 1 es T" lop 11 - -- glT English Kitchen, JKMES D. HAMILTON, Proprietor. si ILLII5 BUI Vigor and'-walke- d New Orleans- rJMM i mmmw up-to-iia- Strejst, . s a are' ewks. REM EMBER . f & . y.' St "Tktjamak Gbocsby Co., i va M show on Canal street a thousand citi?f tcre6ted in tho reply and ex- diners was a littlo beyond anything we ever before seen hiumttempt. One of Will's planation otProf. C. W. Bell, of had zens witnessed the novelty W a member of the State Board. article u pons the. splendid bill of fare skating up and down the Mississippi Plentj il Coal. river from Moibile to the Gulf of Mexico. His reply is a courteous one, and de- was uiackerel'lroni Spain I When this -t- euton. tCmu!atT' i AiModate Editor. B. WOODS, Mr. W. G. .Carson and Miss Booker fends the Superintendent and Board, was announced tho, t jolly company C liberty and havean abiding 'faith in Duncan were married at Bloqmfleld but it is too 'lengthy for insertion this became 'Bloodthirsty at thought, of 'our And can Jill However, we will restate the nation's foes, felnfoul "of the fish antl 1899. their own government and itT their last week. The bride has visited Miss week. WEDNESDAY. FEB. 22, - Oer P&e promptly. objected to by us, and will loft not its bones to mark the platter. own institutions." Mary Logan, of this city, and two questions .Knot ana Straight Creek EVERY WEDNESDAY BT James (deceased) and Tate give the Climax ono year free to first Poor mackerel, poor Spaiii,happy host! rUBLXailKB brothers, NO IMPERIAL DESIGNS. or pupil who will solve these French peas, nurtured in the soil of the mean to any particular house, if so get a divorce and iiuaia tfdu bui kre c&- ''No imperial designs lurk in the Duncan, attended Central University. the'teacher Go, ally of Spain: these, too, were quickly buj' where you can get the BEST GOODS for the Carson will live in problems: celled. We also handle Z American mind. They aro alien to Mr. and Mrs. 'Bought 27.5 barrels sugar for $453.75 dispatched.. jTlieyr English LEAST MONEY. Come to my store and convince" Hav. Corn. etc. Tele Americau sentiment, thought and pur- Columbia, Mo., where tne iormer is arid solcl ltar&.62i What and TapaneSe4'napyourself of the wonderful reduction in "Wraps, Dress PRICE PER YEAR, $1.50. pose. Our pricolcss principles undergo a prominent merchant. phone 21, near R. N. I. kins wore given moro kindly consider fdid it bring a barrel?" Goods, Underwear, "WoolHosieuy,31ankets,,jCsmforts a tropical sun. no change-unde- r -. BejHrt. the friendlyattwo' of its- four "Bides atioirout'of-regartl-fo"A"f arm-h-ad we can benefit these remote peo and Notions of all kinds. "If ANNOUNCEMENT paralleLand two not, parallel ; .distance titudo of thoso countries punng our NEFF MILLION. ples, who will object? If in tho years FOn AUDITOR. sides 15 rods; "recent misunderstanding" with the between.the Barnes. Elisha. Barnes, aged 50, leiigtV of the future tbey are established in We re anthorlxcd to announce .JOHN B. rods Donned Spaniards. Through tho whole of OUBNAULT. of Madison connty, a candidate government under law and liberty, died at Arkansas City, Kansas, on Feb and 110 rods respectively: find ', tho. repast Mr. Mitchell presided with char lor the office of State Auditor, subject to the who will regret our perils and sacri- ruary 9, and was buried at his home at action of the Democratic State Convention. ' ' area." , t acteristic grace, his vis a vis being Col. fices? Who will not rejoice in our hero- Aicfherson, Kansas. Deceased was a Solve tho above problems and get FA Lyon, of Beattyvillo, tho guest of ;' son of Elias Barnes, Sr., deceased, and FOB BEPKESENTATITE. ism and humanity? Climax free. Answers should corned honor, who represented Mr. John B. nr.. -- n,,Tinrta Ia BtinnnnM M. TT.WTT.Tv. "I have no light or knowledge not leaves three brothers and one sister, all theon or before February 2S, addressed Clicnault, Treasurer of the Board, that in JAMS a candidate for the Legislature, subject to common to my countrymen. I do not of this county, viz: Wm. T., Milton, me action ox lqd ucuutiiii pa... G03, Richmond, Ky. gentleman being absent from the city Cyrus, and Mrs. Edwin (Sallie Barnes) to C. E. W., box We are authorized to announce W. W. prophesy. The present is Sheriff Colyer is determined The Board of Trustees, the editors of That our line of Men's Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best bound my vision Hester. DEATH OF MISS KATIE FOX. next general assembly of the State of Ken- to me, but I cannot the city papers, and a few others ex- to do.;his duty. . Levying and also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls. My in the city. will of the Democratic by the blood-staine- d tucky subject to the trenches around Ward. J. C. Ward, husband of The sad death of Miss Katie Fox last pressed their appreciation of the even selling will be an every day party. prices stock of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only Manila, where every red drop, whether Mrs. Sallie J. Ward, of this city, died Friday was a Bhock to her many friends. ing's entertainment, and hope that Mr. that are now making them go : from the veins of an American soldier at Lexington, Sunday afternoon. Mr. Her intellectuality and sweet disposi- Mitchell's example may be followed business until all 1898 taxes The McEnery resolution declaring or a misguided uuipino, is anguisn to Ward are paid. Look out for your be Miss Elthat it was against the policy of the my heart; but by the broad range of years. has been an Invalid for many tion, 60 feelingly portrayed appended ar- by' all thoso who gain similar promo pigs, calves, old clothes and Blankets, 10-- for. 38c. to $5.00. His remains were taken to vira Syduor Miller (in the tions in the city's service. United States to annex the Hiilippine future years, when that group of islands Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. Fortify yourselves dishes. Iron ton, Ohio, for interment. Mr. ticle) endeared her to those who knew Islands, nassed the Senate by a vote of CHENAULT-SPEAR- S. Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50c. under tho impulse of the year just past Ward was the only son of Mr. Shad. her best. Her parents and relatives and be ready. The death 20 to 22.'Deboo voted yes Lindsay, shall have become the gems and glories rock Ward, a large real estate owner have the sympathy of a host of friends. Ladies' Vestsf 15c. and up. The community was treated to a de blow may strike any day, and no Carlisle Mercury. of those tropical seas, a land of plenty of Iron ton and Ashland, Ky. Miss Miller, in the Louisville Times, lightful surprise last Thursday when a don't forget that death and Hose, 19c. Ladies' All-woa people thus writes, and jier words will Sudan telegram from Loxington announced taxes are a certainty. Spool Cotton, lc. and up. resigned yesterday and of increasing possibilities, a Judge Baku e.:.v redeemed from savage indolence and 100-Yar- d echo in many aching hearts: the marriage in that city of Miss Bes Spool Silk, 5c. . from the Fedoral Bench. He has the peace, in "The announcement of the sudden and sie Spears and Mr. Joo Chenault. To 12 Yards Lace, 5c. who ever had habit, devoted to the arts ot respect of every lawyer V:touch with the commerce and trade of MANY FINE PORTRAITS. sad death of Miss Kate Fox, of Rich- only a very few intimate mends was a case before him. Among those sur- - all nations, enjoying the blessings of Handkerchiefs, lb. and up. The celebrated artists, Prof, and Mrs. mond, Ky., waj received with sorrow by any previous notice given, so that to are Hoes. A. E trested as his successor Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up. freedom, of civil and religious liberty, Mis3 Fox had the greater portion of tho community Wilson. Walter Evans, St. John Boyle, of education and of homes, and whose Wattcrs, since their arrival here have her friends in that city. Brown Cotton, per yard. P1K, well tho announcement produced a big sur T. Lamb, Admr. of Ann Kecne, turned out about tho finest work ever visited here several times and was n.ivl.l Fnirloich. Jno. W.Yorkes, Darr Arainst Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. children and children's children shall executed in Richmond. It speaks for known. At her home in Madison coun- prise. And yet it was not a surprise, John TV. Keene, Etc Drts. Lindsey, Judge Holt and Congressman Overcoats, $2.50 and up. Nntir or Haie in Knoitv. for ages hence bless tho American re- itself. Several of tho portraits aro on ty she was a deliehtful hostess, enter- lor the eternal fitness of the union Bv virtuo ot a Judgment and order ot Slo ot Pugh. public because it emancipated and re- exhibition in Moberley's windows, taining constantly, and herguests were sanctified and blessed it. They have tne uircuu ixrari.In renaerea at me Term thereof, Always watch for my advertisement, I can save you money. fatherland and set thein among them being pastels of the late people from all over the country. Her been sweethearts ever sinco they met Januarytne undersigned 1S99, onthe above style cause, win, A ghatikyinq illustration of the deemed their McKinley's in the pathway of tho world'sbest civili Miss Amy Smith, Neale Bennett, Jr., father, Mr. R. P. Fox, Sr., is ono of the while children six years ago, when Miss nower of public opinion is Monday, March 6th, 1899, T&e the late Mrs. Z. T. Rico, and crayons of best known horsemen in the State, hav- Bessie was the youngest pupil of Mad eje.v appointment of a commission to investi- zation." Keep i up, Mack, and you will yet the late Dr. C. C. Smith, full length ing bred and raised a number of swift ison Institute and Joo a good student Between the honrs ot 11 o'clock a. m.. and 12 of poisoning gate Goneral Miles charges o'clock m.. at the Court House door in Rich J.ne aid Bryan to save the honor of the portrait of Jack Asher's child, and of trotters, one of them being the crack and athlete at Central University, wliile' mond, Madison connty, Kentucky, (being soldiors with "cmbalmeU ueei. March County Court day,) proceed to expose public sense of nation. tho late Wm. M. Irvine. They are Dr. Hooker. Miss Fox was noted for in vacation spending his time indus 10 rnDiic sale, to tne mgesi Diuaer, me ioiiow-lnPresident affronted the tiroDcrtv. viz: e productions and her quick wit and readiness of retort. triously on the farm. In fact neither A describedtract ot land, lying In Madison maenificent, decency and justice by rewarding Egan certain easily understand what a loss had ever loved before; have loved no county. Ky.,e on the waters ot Otter Creek, confull pay. have established the reputation here of One can with six yoar's vacation on (35) acres, and adloinine the taining fiftv-firthe family and friends of this bright other since. Their long courtship has lands ot Sol Smith, E. It. McCreary and It. II. the Watters artists. Now, having saved the agent of tho same land conveyed to and Mr. S. E. Booker was in Lexington woman have sustained. been marked "by a, 'singleness of pur Tudor, Keenebeing theWarner, uciooer is, ises. to and attractive n syndicate, he seeks Annie dv wm. Osteopathy The New Science o! Healin- gHer many .social qualities made her pose that surprised no one when it TERMS. Sale will be made on a credit of 6 public sentiment by ordering Monday. placate and 12 months equally. The purchaser will be Wonderful Cures Wrought a welcome guest wherever she went, eventuated, as It should have, la3t required to give bond, with good security, for Mr. G. G. Corzolius was at Ashland an inquiry into very specific and sub the navmcnt of the nurchase monev. to hare The Climax directs attention to the and her tenderness and love for chil- Thursday. Saturday. Cor. Main and 1st Sts. Richmond, Iv3T. stantiated charges of General Miles. sale, with lien card of Drs. Grinstead & Murphey, dren niade her a host of friends among The ceremony took place at the homo legal Interest from the day otnntil all the a pur- - , Mr. Kuner Hood spont bunuay in reserved unon SEND YOUR ANSWERS IN. practitioners of Osteopathy, the new the little ones. She constantly had of the brido's aunt, Mrs. Saraii Land, chase money is said Droriertv S. E. SCOTT, ' paid. Covington. u. piaster commissioner a. method of healing that has in recent them to sDend the day with her and and Jho former beloved preceptor of Ieb22-2Is the guest Miss Spencer, of Carlisle, . Nlehotesvilte Democrat. ' years attracted so much attention arid never tired of devising plans for their Mies Spears, Rev. B. C. Hagerman, pro here. met with unparalleled success. Its entertainment. And now this big-besubmit a list of ton ques of friends Below wo nounced tho words that made them Mr. Dick McKee, of Anderson, spent chief feature ia the absence of drugs of ed, brilliant woman is uo more, and we defy any goldbug or twain one flesh. lions, which Sunday at home. all kinds, and yet is not "christian the days will, indeed, go by like a shadow They returned home at 7 o'clock and Kepublican to answer, without evasion, Mr. Ben M. Bohannon, of Versailles, science" nor "jaitn cure." nopeiess on the heart in the old Kentucky home were conveyed to the haudsorao rcsi according to the facts as they can be is visiting in the city. cases have been cured by this method, from which she has departed. To the dence of the groom's grandparents, Mr proven and not convict hlmsolf of beW. G. White's frionds will regret which is fully explained and defended parents who mourn her and whose idol and Mrs. HenryTJ. Dillingham, where Dr. by Drs Murphey & Grinstead in their sjie was comes the sympathy of all who tho warmest welcome awaited them. ing in the wrong. to hear of his illness. Is not the purchasing power First. Wallace Muir spent several days in magazine, tho Blue Grass Osteopath, enjoyed her friendship and enlivening Few couples have bee then recipients of copies of which will be mailed free on society in early days. In tho little more kindly remark, for both have of the dollar greater now than it was Lexington last week. application to 223 East High St., Lex-into- cemetery at Richmond, where the pine host of admiring friends. Both are too from 18S0 to 1S92? of Irvine, MiEses Katie and Ida Park, Semi-annu- al rl Ky. See ad. Second. If its purchasing power Is trees are at homo for the winds and well and favorably known to need ex visiting friends here. boughs cast a twilight on the tenaeu comment, Uiie bmle, who wa3 greater, does it not take moro labor, are their MR. BRYAN HAS RELATIVES IN Hon. G. E. Lilly is at home from a grassy slopes below, no lovelier or graduated from Madison Institute in produec or merchandise to get a dollar? MADISON. Third. If so, doos it not mean that professional visit to Estill. "William Jennings Bryan is a grand sweeter sleeper will be laid to rest than 1898, is a datighter.of Mr. and Mrs. R; Mr. John Barnes, of Mt. Sterling, is son of Benjamin Brown, of California, Katherine Fox." Miss Miller has F. Spears, of Jessamine. She is a sis- i n proportion to the amount of business, labor, produce, etc., there are fewer the guest of friends in town. of Dr. Charles frequently visited Richmond and was tea of Mrs. Ben F. Boggs, Mrs. T. T. and a dollars in circulation? Covington and Mrs. R. E. Turley, of this Miss Sweeny, of Lancaster, is the Brown, of Virginia, who fried so faith some years ago a guest of Miss Fox. Fourth. Is tho debt or tax paying guest of Miss Van Greenleaf. 1-city. Her lovable disposition, ctihaneed fully to obtain the Jennings fortune for From by Miss TerriH's Wonderfal Escape power of the dollar any greater now a sweet unconsciousness of her Mr. J. Stone Walker BDent several the rightful heirs. Dr. Brown made Death in a Railway than it was from 1SS0 to 1892? beauty and attractiveness, compels the days last week in Louisviile. lour trips to England in the interests Fifth. Does it not take more labor only lady passenger on a' train admiration of all. Of her young hus Mr. S. Neville Moberloy visited of these heirs after he was eighty years or farm produce to pay a dobtof$100 of age. Mr. Bryan has many relatives from St. Louis one night last Meek band we can speak in only the kindliest friends iii Woodford Saturday. now than it did in said poriod? was Miss Ethel Terrill, of this city. terms.. Our friend from his boyhood, Miss Olive Fant, of Flemingsburg, is n Madison county, among them Br. She occupied lower berth No. C ill the we found him Sixth. If it does, will not a creditor faithful without boasting Oldhnmj of Speedwell, Mrs. Ira Brown who holds a note or mortgage drawn be- the guest of Mrs. H. B. Hanger. off, now . v j i Oji $2.00 ? 5.00 Suits "William H Miller and Mrs. John Doty; sleeper, which left ,St. Louis In tho industrious, and thoroughly capable of Suits off. now. .$1.50 Miss Bright, of Fayette.was the guest their mother who was Miss Kate evening. The train was nearly two making-nfore 1892, get relatively more for such a 7.00 Suits off, now . independent livelihood, and 2.50 Suits off, now. . 1.90 note or u'ortgago than the debtor con- of Mrs. J. W. Bales on Saturday. hours behind time, and the tspeetl at of providing a home meet for such a 5.05' 7.50 Suits off, now . . Brown, of Virginia, being a first cousin 3.00 Suits off, now. . 2.25 tracted to pay? Miss Bessic Turlcy is at home from a of Mr. Bryan's. Mrs. Gov. J. P. Eagle, imes was frightful. Miss Terrill tells treasure as ho haswon. ,We voice, the. G.00 8.00 Suits off, now . . 'l Seventh. Would there be any in- visit to Miss Gaines, at Lancaster. . 3.00 of all their friends in ask of Arkansas, who is a sister of Mrs. of her awful'experioncc thus: 7.50, 4.00 Suits off, now. off, now . . 10.00 Suits justice to tho creditor In restoring the 5.00 Suits off, now. "It was just at dawn that I was sud ing God's. blessing ,on their .marriage. 5). 00 .to Miss Ann Bennett has as her guest W. H. Miller, Mrs. John Doty, antl 12.00 Suits 4 off, now. same ability to jmy that tho debtor had Miss Flora Samuels, of Mr, Sterling. 6.00 Suits off, now: . 4.50 Dr. Oldham, is also, of course, related acnly awakened by a crasu. tliat, m 10.15 13.50 Suits off, now when he contracted the dobt? condition, sounded like my 7.50 Suits off, now. VALLEY VIEW . 5.65 Miss Bessie Baughman was the guest to the Grand Young Man. H.25 15.00 Suits off, now Eighth. Is it not robbing tho debtor, explosion of a thousand cannons the Pans, BIG THING FOR RICHMOND. purchasing power of tho Friday of Capt. John Feeny, Jr., to increase the such as Capt. Wygant used to firo when Willie Salhe, of Kansas, is visiting Miss Mnria Lewis Booker, of Louis- Ten to1 for a Button-- i The convention to nominate a Repub my sister Mabel was a Sponsor for tho dollar between tlio time of his contract"P A "NTT relatives and friends near here. Young Men's payment? villo, is visiting Mrs, J Lewis Booker, lican candidate for Railway Commis Central University Battalion. ing a debtuid its W."0ne Dollar for a flip. Ninth. Is not the lowering of the Miss McChesncy, of Staunton, Va., is sioner from this district, will meet in "Just thiiik of It. My lieau was M. F. Wharton sold a building lot to The Celebrated Dutchess Pants. $1.00 Hats 1-- 4 off, now. .$ 75 price of labor and produce many per visiting Mrs- - II. B. Hanger, at Arling this city on April 12. It will be re jammed into tho remotest recesses of Mrs. Sally Aim Cox, for fifty dollars, off, now.$ 4.50 $ 6.00 Overcoats One-fourt- h off on these justly 1.25 Hats 1-- 4 off, now . . 95 cent, equal to increasing tlebt3 and ton. Born To tho wifo of Frank L, Clark membered that the convention that theberth and then ot a sudden I.was cai- 7.50 Overcoats off, now. 5.65 celebrated pants. 1.50. Hats 1-- 4 off, now . . 1.15 taxes an equal, per cent? Chicago, spent nominated the incumbent, Mr. John C. ried as if on wings sidewise until the Friday February 17, a ten pound girl off, now. 7.50 Mr. Birch McGinn, of 10.00 Overcoats $1.50 $2.00 Pants off, now 1.75 Hats 1-- 4 off, now . Tenth. Would the free coin ago of several davs last week with his sister, Wood, of ML Sterling, met in this city car settled on its side, thirty feot from, C. E. Gibbens, of Ford, spent a pleas . 1.30 12.00 Overooats off, now. 9.00 or 2.50 Pants off, now 1.90 silver, at the present ratio, increase four years ago. It is a compliment to the track down an embankment. I was ant time with friends here one day last 2.00 Hats 1-- 4 off, now. . 1.50 Mrs. Pates. 15.00 Overcoats 1 off, now. 11.25 decrease the purchasing power of the Richmond and we feel sure to Mr. C. C, imprisoned! The floor of the car, week. 2.25 3.00 Pants off, now 2.50 Hats 1-- 4 off, now. . 1.90 Mr. Chas. T. Chenault, of Winches off, now. 13.50 1S.00 Overcoats dollar? Wallace's efforts largely is due the every section, the root, all, all was 95 1.25 Pants 4 off, now 3.00 Hats 1-- 4 off, now. . 2.25 William Lowery says ho killed a coon ter, was the guest of his mother several credit of bringing it here again. The an shattered mass. Alone ot nil the berths that measured five feet from tip of tail ,5.00 Tiger Brand, Corduroy days this week. nounced candidates are J. C. "Wood, mine was unbroken, but there I lay Tiik rrosident is backtracking in his One-fourOff on all onr CELE1.50' Pants off, now Mr. and Mrs. R E. Douglas are visit John D. White, of Clay, iW. H. Huff, with tho heavy beams above mo so to end of nose. Imperialistic ideas, if we are the judge COLORED SHIRTS. 4.00 Pants off, now 3.00 BRATED EMERSON SHOES. Geo. Sexton has accepted a position as Mrs. W. R. Letcher at Avondale of Harrison, AVm. .Dingus, ot Floyd, hie by his late speech at Boston. 50 Colored that I could not move. I was too salcmnn witli H. C. Carpenter, tho gen now $ 38 4.50 Pants off, now 3.40 S 1 00 Colored Shirts 14 oil. now $2.65 7.' "That the inhabitants of tho rhillip-pine- s Cincinnati. off, $3.50 Emerson Shoes oil, now Shirts and W. H. Culton, of Jackson. The frightened to utter a cry. Presently 5.00 Pants off, now. . . . . . 3.75 eral merchandise dealer. 3.75 off, now 4 off, now 1.50 Colored Shirts 5.00 Emerson.SIioes 1.17 will be benefited by this republic Mr. J. J. Greenleaf was in Lexington convention will bring several hundred the train men, having been notified, I is my unshaken belief. Jhnt they will Monday and attended the Sol Smith delegates to Richmond, and we trust suppose,' that I was in the ruins, began Capt. F.M.Bryan and Col.E.L.Hadcn Russell performance. their second visit will be as pleasant as to cut and carry away the timber about of this place, saw the "whito olophent' mo. At last I was lifted out and m Richmond last Friday night, Miss Susan Hume rcurried Satur that of '93. Dne-Ha "Wm. Talbott was called to Cyn ii strange as it may seem, I was perfectly visit to Miss day night from a two week A Big Land Deal. 50 Gloves 4 off, now $ 3S thiana, Saturday, to bo present at the safe, absolutely uninjured." Bur nam. at Frankfort. Concerning one of the largest land 1.00 Gloves 1-- 4 off, now 75 esaged uncle, James Talbott. demisa olan Mr. W. R. Letcher and Mr. L. P. doals made in Eastern Kentucky, the Miss Terrill described further the . 1.50 Gloves 1-- 4 off, now 1.15 capeejof other passengers, one of whom, Evans attended Miss Esther Burnam's Lexington Leader of Friday says: Therp is more Catarrh in this section 2.50 Perrin Gloves 1-- 4 off, now 1.90 $ 95 when he awoke, was lying in his berth $1.25 Shoes 1-- 4 off, now Lexington, Ky. german last Tuesday evening. Mr. C. E. Smith, of Richmond, Ky., of the country than all other diseases 1-- 4 1 15 on the track with tho car wheels six put together, now off, 1.50 Shoes and until thb last few Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wagera and Mrs, the largest promoter of real estate deals inches from his head. There were sev years was supposed to be incurable, 1 .30 1,75 Shoes 4 off, now Joe Wagers returned Monday from Mr. in Kentucky, is here injured but liono fatally. The tor a great many years doctors pro 1 ,70 1 s 2.00 Shoes 1-- 4 off, now visit to Cincinnati. Smith has just closed ono of the largest eral wreck occurred on a sharp curve just at nounced it a local disease, and pre 1, 90 . 2.50 Shoes 4 off, now Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McElwaine, of deals made in recent years in Eastern the end of a bridge. A.very car was scribed local remedies, and by constant ly failing to cure witli local treatment 251 $2.00 Trunks 1-- 4 off, now Fayette, spent Sunday with Mr. and Kentucky, the purchasers being an 3.00 Shoes 1-- 4 off, now $1.50 being hurled sixty pronounced incurable. Science has English syndicate. The developments overturned, some Mrs. Joe Bales. 2.25 Trunks 1-- 4 off, now 1.70 from the track. 'Miss TerriH's proven catarrh to bo a constitutional feet ': . The C. U. Cotillion Club gave another in Eastern Kentucky during the next car stopped in its mad career just safe disease, and. therefore requires constitu2.50 Trunks 1-- 4 off, now 1.90 tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure of their matchless balls at the Masonic few years, it is claimed, will make mill- on laud the river few feet away, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co. $ 38 X 3.00 Trunks 1-- 4 off, now.". . : 2.25 i' $ 50 Underwear 1-- 4 off, now ionaires out of those investing at this Temple last night. said, was an escape after all Toledo, Ohio; is the only constitutional 3.50 Trunks 1-- 4 off, now . . 2.65 1.00 Underwear 1-- 4 off, now. time. The construction of the Black which, sho cure on tne market, it is tauen intern C. Davenport,, of Lawrence- Mr. H. from death "by the flood. 1-- 4 95 1 4.00 Trunks 1-- 4 off, now. 3.00 off, now 1.25 Underwear Diamond railroad into that section from 10 drops to teaburg, a former student of C. U., visited As If to test her endurance, after sho allv in doses acts directly on the a 5.00 Trunks 1-- 4 off, now; . . 1 .15 3.75 spoonful. It blood will open up the finest coal and timber 1.50 Underwear 1-- 4 off. now Miss anil mucous surlaces ot tho pysteirr. friends here Friday. 1. ,50$ 6.00 Trunks 1-- 4 off, now . '. lands in the world, and the "output will reached this city, at midnight, 4.50 2.00 Underwear 1-- 4 off, now Mr. Sterling Green after a ten years prove profitable to the ones who are Terrill was gifen another fright. The They offer one hundred dollars for any 1 .90$ 7.50 Trunks 1-- 4 off, now 5.65 2.50 Underwear 1-- 4 off, now case it fails to cure. Send for circulars absence in tho West, is visiting his now purchasing land in thatsection. Mr. driver of the omnibus fell from his seat and testimonials. : . . . 2. 25 1 8.00 Trunks 1-- 4 off, now". . .': 6.00 Address. 3.00 Underwear 1-- 4 off, now father, Mr. Congrave Green. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. will leave for Chicago and zhe driverless horses pulled the bus Smith Sold by Druggists, 75 cents. Mr. Jas. T. Shackelford, Jr., left on a business trip and ho expects to down the hill nearly to Zaring's Mill Hall's Family Pills are the best, lni for Montgomery, Ala., whero he close a sale of 123,000 acres of land in before being checked. Eastern Kentucky. If so, the full line of accepted a fine railroad position. Jeff Mitchell Gives a Fine Feed to a Few anyall the Miss Van Greenleaf entertained spring patterns in JUDGE GOODLOE'S ESCAPE. Friends. very delightfully Saturday evening in On that cold Sunday of last week, new and novel effects are honor of her guest, Miss Sweeney. Mr. Jeff Mitchell showed ins appre Judgo John D. Goodloe, having some ciation of the honor of being elected one-fourt- h now on exhibition. See Mr. Brutus Ham, of Lake City, 111 "ox in the ditch" task to perform to chairman of the Board of School Trus attended tho funeral of his father, "Wm save his stock from perishing by the prices in show window. tees, by the members, by giving a pci Ham, in tho Ruthton neighborhood. cold, rode out on his place about a inilo fectly dolightful supper at Joo's on Miss Burnam, oi Frankfort and Miss from the house. The road was rough Tuesday night of last week. A fortu Overall, of St. Louis, aro the guests of and frozen hard and nato few, unfortunate, so 6ome said, in Miss Sue Hume on Lancaster avenue, - "Stumbling in the rugged dell being 13 in number, sat down to-- the His gallant steed exhausted fell." sumptuous spread. The motive whicl Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Covington aro to The Judge's right leg was caught beinspires some deeds of kindness goes Compel you to trade with us give a handsome dinner neath the animal and pinned him to very far frequently toward ebmpensat-in- g honor of Mr. Joo Chenault and bride when you give us a trial. The Clothier," "The Shoer," "The Farnisher," "The Hatter." the hard earth. With excruciating for little attendant disappointments, Mr. Coley Wallace attended the Re pain and prone to the ground ho quickly We have just brought publican Railroad Commission com reflected that he must by all means but when to good, intention is added down from our work floor mittfio meeting at Lexington Saturday catch his horee before it could rise and the substance of things hoped for,then;' indeed, is the host a beneficent being 75 of these rugs in all si Messrs Gordon and Herndon Dud escape or else he would bo left in dan- and his efforts to administer to tho in been at cer of death by freezing as he was far home. They zes and colorings, that we ley are atAla-- , with the have Ky. vol from home, the ground rough, aud his ner man most successful. --The lattcn 4th Anniston, condition confronted tho guests of Col. limb possibly broken. These gloomy Mitchell on this' occasion. Joe, offer at unteers. the (R Miss Jeanie Foland left Monday to thoughts passed ill quick review before matchless catejerj liad Yecoled carlta resume her large school at Reynolds-- his mind, aud as tho twrse strucgled blancho and 'his provfsionli fon "the2 7W ' ville. Bath county. She is. spending to his feet the Judge seized the bridle &ss v3ltv and thus secured aim. By dint of great few days first at Lexington. otTorthe remounted and slowly rode A'.varded Mr. Alex. Denny, of Garrard, a popu The .ladies eannotfbe deceived home. The Judge is able to be out but Highest of C. IL, who made Honors World's Fair, lar by catchy phrases, nor is very lame. Remembering the intrreat record at base ball as well as in tense cold of that memorable Sunday, bombastic claims. T All Mmaammm the class room last year, is visitln it ia not too much to say that had the $Pow is your time to se friends here. is, we buy we haveto sajr Judge, not caught his horse ho would You tell your folks that when in need of anything in the Hardware, Tinware or Stove cure their bargains, for Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Chenault spent have lrozen before he could have in the best . markets of 7S line, not to stop until they get to the Old Reliable House of D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. guests of Judy crawled home. last ' the world, select the lathey are a superb collec and week inJ.Bourbon, They are now buyingfor ;.f :"'- 4 Q. Ward. Mr. Quincy Mrs. test goods, and when you tion and wilL not last long. Ward came over on Monday to spend Reelte te r Criticisms I Stele Bsrd el Examiners. A Prize Offered. buy you know you have week with Mr. and Mrs. Chenault te C. X. Bomllng, of Jackson, visit Doubtless some of the county teach And receiving the Larges; and Most Complete Stock (for the Spring trade), that ever came to Richmond. Mr. the latest, ed Attorney S. R. B. Black Monday, on (its (a very small per cent, of whom in experience in the hardware business and they think they know the people's They have had a life-tim- e goods, that what you his return homo from Anniston, Ala, any county In Kentucky subecribo for wans. They are prepared to sell you any thing in the hardware line for less money than you can get the want? If so, trade with where has been an officer in the 4th Ky, their home papers, we aro sorry to say,) same goods anywhere. Nbw when you are not trading with S. & Co., just keep your hand on your rabbit r in the remember the sharp criticism the CliMr. Bomllng was a class-mat- e 1 voodoos. c foot and your eye peeled Chicago Taw School yith Attorney max passed in its issuo of February S Black. upon two of the arithmetic questions mOST PERFECT MADE. Attorney W. S.JMabecky k back from sent oat lately by the State SuperinMAIN AND BROADWAY, Mardl-GraAND tendent of Education, "Approved by A pure Grape Cream of Tartar PowSr. Fm While, I New Orle em Ammonia, Alum or any other aihrtUfmt, LEXINGTON, Ky. the ice on the lakes od rivers was tlte State Bo&rd of ExMiiii." Ifao, 40 YEARS THE STAJiOAXfJ. theee tchew, and other, will b la- tbiee iebM thick. Jtwto ofeet U etptltly ' t... . t.--. The Richmond Climax. have a kindlier government under our guidance, and that they will fco aided in every possible way to be people is as and true as that tho American jpeople love f si vi vi vi si i s Har-rotlsbur- , g Ik 4 7 triers Are you married? I Ths Climax Printing ls DEATHS - - &-'B- non-parall- el "';,; Taxes or War! DON'T FORGET I 4, ol a-fe- L.OCAL. 3c. t- 5oo&s eek PERSONAL. life-lik- Alger-Corbi- K0WEN McK . . n, (rrent oSTRENG' OFF FROM REGULA . men ts offered. wear. This is our inducement: 4 CLEABZNG SALE is now iroinir on and srreat in line We want to close out everything that pertains to winter 11 f grand-nephe- w . Men's and Young Men's Suits, i i Knee Pant Suits, well-wish- i i i i i i i half-dazo- i i i i Mi ni 1 HATS! HATS! i i i i i i i i th i i i i 1- -4 CiF.BraweACoij 01 os all Our Other Makes OF SHOES. t 1-- t: J 1-- f y. two-week- .1-- Carpets! TRUNKS. .- UlTDBBWEiLB: t .2 ....... .'.'. Oar Goods This great sale will not last long as the prices we make will soon reduce our stock. !Now is the time for all those that need thing for immediate use or for later use to buy. This is strictly a off sale. AND Our Prices to-d- ay m ? i H. J. STRENG, HI 7 mm os -- nt JZ Ik !k 1. s& e-- mtfs CREAM m' IIIMIIIIMWIIMIMIMMB - v .up-to-da- CiF.Brower&Co BAKING POWDER Is 7 fir Gibson. D, B.Shackelford & Co. FrM Net; ail XMtod. If THE GREAT SWEEP OUT SALE H. P. Hillcnmyer 6ays that peach buds have been killed, bat he 'relieves that apples, pears, cherrie?, plums, etc., are etill safe. Whirled In Ilia Death. isstill'goingoni The people are taking advantage of .the. opoprUmity to all alike. You can not aflord tb miss Charles Mitchell, colored, nged 25, was caught in the belt of tho main shaft of, Itucker's Mill, at Paint Jiki, yesterday morning, and was whirled to his death. Ice Gorge Broke. 1899 The Busy Bee Cash Store Sends 'Greetings to WINTER GOODSMUST GO. 5.00 Buell Bootees 4.00- See four piieps: The opportunity is wav of v If7' 4$ J$ Lumber Company's boom at Ford this morning. A special train bringing men from Ford to stop the boom there arrived this morning. The gorge was from the headwaters of the A Valley View special to tho Louisville Post of Saturday says: b "An ice gorge torb away the Burt-Brab- their many Friends and Patrons, wishing them a happy and prosperous Hew Year for ! i I? Men's $5.00 Stacy Adams Shoes, all styles " $3.95 ".. 3.95 " " " -" 2.95 4.00 Heavy Sole, Black and Tan, all . 2.95 styles and widths 3.50 Heavy Sole, Black and Tan, all styles and widths 2.95 -- Menls$3.00 Box Calf , Enamel, Vici, all styles.. $2.65 " 2.50 Shoes; 'all styles ; ..." 1.95 " 2.00 Shoes, all stj-le- s , . .. . .... 1.G5 41 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 if river." Beware of The Poisonous Pin. EATS II I2T ALL STYLES AND AT YOUR OWN" PRICE! Sinclair Hill, son of James Hill, of Lancaster, opened n blister on his lip with a pin. Tho place soon began to swell and become painful. A physician was finally summoned, but blood poisoning had set in, and now the boy's entire face is nearly twice its right size and red as blood. The result may provo fatal. A Song ol The Fourth Kentucky. "The great Mercantile Corporation, THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CO., have made special arrangements with the manufacturers with whom they do business to malce special prices for them during'the year 1899, and they can promise their customers many rare bargains in all lines carried by them during the year. MOTTO UUTDEEBUY, UHDEHSELL5-CA5- H ! We want you to call and examine these goods and be convinced that these are prices never before known in llichmond. Dear Dad: The rose is red, The violet blue, If yon lovo me 83 1 lovo you. Send me fifty I O TJ. Look out for our announcements in the local papers and circulars. They will always contain something to interest you, and our "LOW CASH PRICES" will save you money. Our first offerings for the Now Year will be nice Blenched Cotton.no dressing. 4c yard; Hope Bleached Cotton , Londsdale finish, 5c yard ; Green Ticket Londsdale Bleached Cotton, Co yard ; fruit of the loom Bleached Cotton, 6c yard; Masonville 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-wide e .1; tL RICE & AR N OLD,waST The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. FEB. 22, Dr. Hobson, Dentist. Timothy Seed, Clover Seed, Blue-graSeed and Seed Oat6 at E. Deatherage & Oo.'s. Mr. ss Papa's answer: Rioe: Tho sky is blue, The pink is pink, I'll send you fifty, their purchase. "Wo havo our ware rooms full of all kinds of domestic goods and as long as these special prices aro named on them customers can buy what they want. Customers aro not limited as to ttjo quantity cf I don't think. cigar. JJ Madison furnished about 20 soldiers to the Spanish War. Mr. -- The best smoker, the Proctor Knott We will offer good calicoes at 3Jc; American indigo blue calico, 4c; new red calicoes, best'hrands, 4c; American shirtinirs, new styles, 3Jc; Simpson's black aud mourning prints, 4c. Proctor Knott Cigar. Mr. Oldham Will Announce. 1S99. All members of the Richmond, Bicycle Club are requested to meet at A terrible,; death was that of Mrs. We wish to call your attention to tho fact that all Xnt Cotton lost 18 head of cattle by H. J Strengs store on Friday eveu'mi; Garland Kindred, of Berea, last week. prices named on Bleached Cottons and all domestic aro AVo have just received a new lot of Amorican Lady 7:30. Important business on hand. While seated in achairneartlieflro her the cold. it subject to change without notice, fco take advantage of and Featherbone Corset. These aro tho ni06t coiulorta-bl- e clothing became ignited, and as sho you this opportunity. Buy your spring cottons while Clover Seed in abundance at E. J. L. Sowers, our va!ued,Vally fitting corsets shown to the trade. Try ono. can get extremely low prices on them. GENERAL MILES. Deatherage & Co. View correspondent, has organized a was a paralytic nnd helpless sho was fatally burned. Two children, too Later on We have some special good things In Ladies JackIt is feared the cold weather has class in penuinnnship. composition, he small to render effective, aid, wero tho Take any of our SUITS and OVERCOATS at $12.50 We are showing some special good things in Table should give lessons in in ets and Capes left that wo nro closing out at just one half tho partridges. exterminated Linens and quoting special prices on them for a short horrified witnesses of tho holocaust. tho original price. If interested call and see tlicm. and they have the set and st)rle of Merchant Tai which he is very adept. time. If interested ask to eeo this line when yoj come in. "Uncle" Harry Dykes is very ill, Particularly Fatal To, Lambs. Charles Ballard caught a snake lor's work. at his home near Booncsboro. Mr. T. S Burnam and Mr. Waller, crawling on top of the snow in Capt. Our SUITS and O YER COATS at $8.00 received the Ask lo see Wm We 'Squire Cotton, of Ruthton, lost 20 Shackelford's yard last ucek. Milward Bonnott, of Richmond, were at the Agents for Ike "Topsy" Brand ol Hosiery. you cosie in, ! head of cattle by cold weather. Brown embalmed the reptile at the Gait House last night. Both gentle, same care and thought in tailoring as the higher men are prominent tobacco planters Caldwell High School had to sus request of tho owner, Ballard. grades. Every thread of warp and woof is of pure and fine stock farmers of Madison pend last week on account of tho cold.J Tiie terrific cold weather of last county. All winter goods have felt the keen edge of our cold steel and prices have been made "The recent cold spell," said wool. . Bud Dunn, of Whites Station, sold week reached its greatest severity on Mr. Burnam, ''was particularly fatal to on winter Boots and Shoes, winter Overcoats and Clothing, Blankets and Comforts, Flanto Mr. Stngner, of Illinois, one stallion Monday when tho thermometer was 35 lambs. I lost a great many which nels, etc., that is bound to move the entire lot. Get our prices on all lines of wintei goods at Silver Creek, 20 at Central Univerr, "were frozen to death, although they for 575. before purchasing. sity, witb variations elsewhere in the were under shelter. I don't bolieve Timothy Seed at E. Deatherage & county. wo ever experienced such weather be Oo. Br. Henson, if not the handsomest, fore in our part of the State." C-- J. "dv&M&Vna Mrs. Minerva Moody sold 100 acres is at least tho wittiest clergyman in MVS of timber land to Tim Roberts, of Chicago. He always strikes from the IN DEFENSE OF THE ESTILL SOLDIERS. Upon the written authority of Clabe for $000. shoulder, for he is as weighty as he is witty. N. Y. Herald. At Court F. Tharp, of Winstbn, the Climax is II. L. Sleveus bought a tract of land, near Boonesboro, from John House, March 8. Last lecture of series. authorized to say that not ono of'tho The latest things in "Wash Goods of all kinds will be shown by us in season. You forty Estill county members of the 4th Green, for ?300. Altera week's successful engage Ky. was guilty of misbehavior on tho don't have to go the larger cities to buy what j'ou want. We will show during the year Photo Buttons, tho raging fad, 25c ment in this city, the 1899 a stock not surpassed nor equaled in any of the larger cities. Give us a call. Satisfy trains at Lexington last week, when or 3 for 60c, at the new gallery, over Comedy Company left Sunday for Cor-bi- some of the hilarious boys shot out the And again wishing you a prosperous New Year and youi'selves before going elsewhere. This company was greeted each lights in the coaches and so terrified fel22-o- t Moborley's storo. 215 WHITE FRONT. thanking you for past patronage, we are very respectfully, night with a well filled house, and ev- tho passengers that ono conch load of S J. Roberts sold his Ruthton eryone present seemed to get their rowdy soldiers was backed up to the farm to Mr. Van Hook, who took pos- money's worth. Gold is Scarco When You Want It. FOWLS WANTED! station house and arrested. Mr. Tharp session February 10. A gentleman applied to tho four says none of his companions was LOST! Last lecture of the course, by Dr. banks of this city on Monday for two I will pay 0c per pound for hens, 3c A heavy plain gold ring. Return to drunk or drinking. Henson, of Chicago, on "Fools," Tueshundred dollars in, gold. In every in for roosters, and 0c for ducks, feathered, this ollie and get liberal reward. Declamatory Contest. stance he was told that it was "too delivered at my coal yard this week. day night next, March 7. Lot Umbrella. J. W. CHRISTIAN. It There will be an interesting declam scarce." IIo succeeded in getting tho RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Nothing that has struck Richmond At some placo of business about two atory contest in the University chapel gold coin finally by taking it in part For Sale. in a long timo was so welcome as tho mild weather and sunlight of Monday. weeks ago I left an umbrella with a this evening at 7:80. Following are from each bank. Funny, ain't it? I will sell my residence on tho Sum Celluloid handle, (broken). Finder re- tiie- - contestants: Two Handsomo New Hearses. mit at a bargain, if I can sell during the The National Bank of Cyhthiana turn to J. H. Watters at Hotel Glyndon W. N. Howe, "Individualism," Mo. Hearses, alias funeral cars, are dis month of February. Will rent house reports assets at $G!)9,00G, nnd Indvid-ua- l and receive liberal reward. feb22-f- t P. F. Adams, "The Dawn of Preman- - mal topics for public comment, but from purchaser. deposits $110,000. How's that for ent Peace," Ky. KIRKSVILLE'S NEW SCHOOL. febl-i- w when you see the two superb coffin J.D.Clark. liigh? N. L. Shropshire, "The Nobility of carriers just bought by BiggerstatT-Prof. Milton Elliott, Jr., of Crab Or I1AUUEU PLYMOUTH HOCKS. Bo sure and get your picture taken chard, and Miss Lottie Farris have Labor." Ky. Oldham, you will not hesitate to won Twenty years a breeder of this one O. 3. Crooke, "The Triumph of at tho new photograph gallery over opened a school at Elliott Institute, der and comment upon their grandeur variety, stock better than ever before. Moborley's furniture store. Pholes G for Kirksvillo. Both arc popular educators Truth," Ky. Frank Sherwood, was down town Children who are troubled with and inassiveness. Tho larger one is fob22-5- t had his tusL. B. Herrington, ' Sun Spots," Ga. the first timo since 25 cents. and will, we feel sure, give the utmost the first of its kind ever manufactured, Roosters from E. B. Thompson, New Worms are nale in tho face, fretful by sle with cholora morbus.he He says he spells, restless in sleep, have bluo rings York. Eggs "16 to 1" setting, 1.00. R. W. Keenon, "The Anglo Saxon satisfaction. Gcorgo Huilen, of Million, has been and is a thing of beauty. around their eyes, bad dreams, variable drove thirty miles after ho was taken, Mrs. M. F. Arbuokle, Inking tho Weekly Enquirer for fifteen Photographs in Reach ol Everybody. New Predominance," Ky. and pick tlm nose. White's and never came so nenr dying in his Call on Mr. John W. Ballard. Silver Creek, Madison Co., Ky. appetite, vermnuge win kui nun ciej life. After this when ho goes nut in i;rcam Gallery Work. years and orders it and tho Climax Kentucky Press Meeting. febl5-3Knowing your private and political these parasites. Prlcn 25c. For sale the country lie will take a bottle of WATCH THIS EVERY "WEEK. Next week this week. Photos on buttons, and on small At a meeting of tho Executive Com record to be unblemished, that you feblS-S- t t'hamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarby Perry & Thomas. "Wanted. Hose worth 20ets for StSLaclies' Fleeced-line- d rhoea Remedy with him. Missouri as true to life as a $4 cabi- mittee of tho Kentucky press Associa- have worked for our party in aud out E. Deatherage & Co. have fino line cards, just Eggs have sold in some towns In Ken Valley (Iowa) Times. For sale by lOuts; 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c. Bargains net, may be had, lor a short while, at tion, held at the Gait House, in Louis- - of sonson, that you hnvo never asked A hustler to sell an article offering of Bluegras8 Seod. fehl-lPerry & Thomas. the new gallery, over Moberley's store; ville, it was decided to hold the annual for ofllce, nover held office, and are not good profit, A specialty for which tucky at 33 and 40 cents a dozen this this week in table linen, napkins and counterSupt. Adair, of the Electric Light the buttons, 3 for 50 cents, or 25 cents week. Aguinaldo reminds Senator Hoar of panes. outing sometime late in Juno or early now seeking office, wo petition you to there is a stendv aud increasing de by sick for ono; Co., is detained at Cyuthiaua George Washington, probably becnuso To Cure a Cold in One Day tho card photos 6 for 25 cents. in July. Tho place of meeting has not announce yourself for Sheriff, subject mand. No samples required. Good ness. Meanwhile he has ordered work All the rage. been decided upon. Messrs. Wool folk, to the action of the Democratic party. situation for right party. Only those Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. they nro so different. to proceed here. meaning business need appl3. Ad- All druggists refund money if it fails to McCarty aud Brown were appointed a Dry Goods, Notions and other articles. ReWaxy Voters of Biciiomoxd. A Bargain Combination. CUDAEJ RELIEF enrcs on Collrc. NenrnlRla and Toothache dress Manufacturer, Cleveland, Ohio. cure. 26c Uhe genuine lias u. ii. eight-inc- h committee to look iuto railroad rates. Mr. Wm. Arnold put up member the name when in doubt. nov9-CWo desiro to call special attention to Figures in Fayette, In five minutes. Sour Stomach each tablet. fcb!5-6- t Those at tho meeting were : Messrs. izc, and many others would have done our very low combination oiler wuu and Sassier CompIaJuts. rrlce. 25 Cents. At the Mrs- - Newman salo on the Joseph H. Iianna was elected County Sold by Perry & Thomas Successors to W. a. so had not their houses been stocked the Ohio Fnamer, of Cleveland. Ohio. Harry Sonimers. of Eltzabothtown, Lord Salisbury praises the Czar's idea THOS. MEIGHEN, Chairman; Joseph Williams, of Fal lGth about 300 barrels com sold at $1.80 of universal peace, and then advises Recorder in Carroll connty by tho White. earlier in the season. We have never before been able to Don't boro others just because others Con. Main and CiiKAVsinn. County Commissioners. (nov23-ly- ) mouth; Harry McCarty, of Nicholas- - and about 150 bushels of oats at 25 JUCHMOND, kY. The free ijoup house was a blessing make so low a combination prico and yille; Clias. C. Howard, of Hodgena- - cents. Fat hops at estimate of 4 cents; the country to prepare for war. bore you. Faults of digestion cause disorders of poor during tho cold spell never may again. Think of two papers to the Paul Perry, of Columbus. Gn,. suf ville; Henry AVoolfork, of Danville; J all nnmed were for cash. Brood 60W system beThese are tlanccrous times for the fered neony for thirty years, and then the liver, and the whole Other towns provided similarly for their ot tho standing of these, for only $1.50, H. Wcstover, of Williaiostown; R. W. $11. ateer calves lo. Breeding owes cured his Piles by using De Witt's comes deranged. Herbine perfects the health. Croup, colds and throat trouboth sent a year. It is remarkable and unfortunate citizens. Brown, of Louisville, and D. E. "Wal $3. Bull $30. Work horses at $25 to Witch Hazel Salve. It heals injuries procefsof digestion nnd assimilation, bles lead rapid! v to Consumption. A no one should fail to take advantage of $G0 will closely approximate prices. and stun diseases JiKe magic. JJoug and thus makes pnro blood. Price 50 bottle of One Winnte Cough Cure used lace, of Warsaw. State JJanK & J rust Lo. was cents. For sale by Perry & Thomas. at the right timo will preserve life, it. Sec notice on outside page this Farming implements were also in good las & Wells. paid $1,500 damages incurred by its late feblB-2- t health and a large amount of money. issue. Coming to Richmond. demand. fire. A steel ceiling nnd other changes General Miles will now have an op An old farmer with a small load of Pleasant to take; children like it. DougAiden Benedict's "Fabio Romani," Fino For Using Sleigh Bells. will be made iu the building. portunity to lecture to an official au- wood sold the fuel in Brackettetown las & Wolls. Biggest Deed on Record. on the sub which will be presented at tho Opera dience on the beef question. Saturday for $2 60. John Shearer nnd Lula Francis, of Replying to an inquiry Don't bo above apologizing to yonr In consideration of $01,500 paid to Hooso on Saturday, February 25, is a Duncannon, anit James Kelley and ject, the Versailles Suu says: , children. Don't iritnte your lunirs with a stub Mr. Chas. E. Smith, of this city,. by an a on tho order of Children Catch Cold There is an old law on the Statuto romantic born cough when a pleasant nnd effecNannie Alexandor. of Bearwallow, ''Monte Cristo," but differing ontir6ly Jingiisn syndicate, a deed will be re tive remedy may bo found in Coussen's more easily. than grown folks, ana ::: a recent letter from Washington. 223 books prohibiting tho placing of "bells wero licensed to marry last week. corded in the counties of Knott and Honey of Tar. Price, 25c and 50c. For their constitutions will not permit of D.In to an old Iriend, Major G. A. C, on any animal drawing any vehicle, from that famous play, and it is said to febl5-2- t Breathitt. The revenue stamps at sale by Perry & Thomas. quinine or other radical treatment. Studer, for twenty years United States It is told on ood authority that and providing a fine of from $2 to $5 surpass it in interest aud dramatic eff tached to tho deed cost $01.50. (And JJr. Bell s is not only Consul at Singapore says: "While at ects. The scenery and elfccts are real: JSP Journal of Osteopathy sent free on application. General Shatter will notice with mln absolutely Harmless, nut is pleasant 10 i)cs dloines 1 uccnme iicquniutea wun Col. 'Wilmore is booked for a fat posi- against either driver or employer, for especially tho earthquake scene still the Spanish War goes on.) This gled feelings that General Otishasdone the taste, aud is a certain euro for all liniment known ns (Jtiamuerlain's tion under Internal Revenue Commis every day orpart of a day that tho of istie, net, which is pronounced by is the result of Mr. Smith's salo of a it all without the aid of a hammock. Pain llalm. which I found excellent coughs and colds. To Be Haopy sioner Wilson who lately succeded fense is committed. Tho writer has in the last part of his standing timber and timber airainst rheumatism as well as against never heard of a prosecution Under tho press 'where tho play has been laud. aro of soreness of tho throat and chest (giv or cheerful or useful is next to an imCommissioner Scott in office. Nicho Don't think men nnd pins There Is a Diflerenco produced to bo one of tho finest stage this act. lasville Democrat ing me much easier breathing.) I had possibility when one is suffering from a real difference, a vast difference be much use after losing their heads. pictures over presented to tho pabllc, THE COUNCIL AND THE LApiES. a touch of pnoumonia early this week, a discomforting cold or a nasty little WON BY BAKER. tween Dr. lie Irs aud Rabbits are in abundance in these CUBAN OIL cures and two applications freely applied to mtif'li. If vnn .nm 'Mnivii In tlm mniltli' Mr. Benedict has a company isolected Richmond housewives should not any other couch, cold or Inner remedy Tho big hat, Sy size, offered free by Cute, Btirm , Bruises, Rheu throat auu ciiest reiieveu me out at from the effects of a rough or a cold, parts of the country. A man is said to for the characters assigned thorn, and complain when mud is tracked into Besides cuttiner tho phlecm nnd curing uo wimont itior you will And your delight iu themuse ... .T n- 1 . IU have pulled three out ot one bole last Douglas, Jirigut & (Jo., to any man 4hey aro highly spoken of by all who the cough or cold at once, it soothes the matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. onco. 1 would not As administrator of It. 13. Corneli- their houses. Just as soon as the sun oi ur. iwus nr For sale by ' Perry & or a Wednesday and "would have gotten whom it would fit," was just a lectio have witnessed their performances. irritation heals the bronciunis, nnd Q.Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. anything." Honoy. Druggists sell it. It Eon, deceased, I will on teni-iWhite. turns tho mud to jdust the wind will exhilarates the luncs. 2oo at all good Jnomas. more If his arm had been a little long small for Linsoy Baker, of tho West Miss Graco Hunter, who Introduces blow it Into tho house anyway. Tho druggists. Don't think a man takes every fool's Mr. S. S. Moore, tho Georgetown it Most Kentucky towns are making er. Spears cor. Kicholasvillo Demo End. His head is &, the largest in her celebrated lire, sorpentine, stereop-tica- it Councilman wiio would either be yours. have ttiroe States, as the merchant, who was stricken with par- tramps move on promptly because of And now It is suspected that Mr. advices because ho asked crat aud Spauish dances between acts elected or embalmed iu the grateful ofierod .tho same hat in a dozen., towns alysis In his store last week, is improv tho small pox in Louisville, (earing the is pronounced without an equal In her memory of our people should make a Thomas B. Bced is not guilty of all the Chamberlain's CeRgb Itf meily Alwajs A nico stock of seed oats at E, in that many States. Mr. "Baker is particular line. hoboes have been iu this city. ing materially. alleged epigrams attributed to him. Proves Effectual. About tho hour of 10 o'clock, a m specialty of harping on "clean- - 6trcets" Deatherage & Co. about 40 years old, and only four feet nn tho premises, one milo from RichConsumption Is Prevented Tablcr's Buckeye Pile Ointment Are you restless at night, and haras wo' get. clean streets, kept clean. There are no better medicines on the until 2G incites CAPABLE ARTISTS. Hill pike, oiler for salo Nashville R. R three inches till. His head ia The Louisville sed by a bad cough? Use Coussen's market than Chamberlain's. Wo have cold, is no panaeea, but is recommended for mond on Big following described proppublicly, the J. H. Watters and party, tho popular FELL OFF THE BOS AND BADLY HURT. Honoy of Tar, it will secure you sound used theCongli Remedy when nil others by giving early attention to a Co., has notified its agents at all points in circumference. y Piles only. These it will enro. Price erty: Ono Irame residonco urtists, who have, been Jn this city for FillyTwo Years Aao. While driving tho big omnibus from sleep, nnd effect a prompt and radical failed, and in everylustnnco it proveu quickly disappears when Dr. lloll'sf 50 cents m bottles: Tubes, 75. For salo with about four (4) acres land. Tho that if any coal dealers or consumers cure. Price, zo cents and 60 cents, ior eHectual. Almost daily we hear the J"lne- y febl5-2- t tho past six months, decided to change the midnight train last week, Dick ts tancn. mis remedy by Perry U in excellent repair, eontai can purchase coal in Cincinnati, that housn febl5-2- t & In tho list of students of the Mis virtues of Chamberlain's remedies ex- makes weak lutiM stronc. Soc'afc all During their stay hero Shanks' foot slippedoff tho brake as salo by Perry Thomas. seven rooms, all necessary it will transport it free of charge in souri State University during tho year their location tolled bv those who have used them. druggists. Senator Mason voted under compul . r good orchard and cistern. Ti.e Considerable progress is reported iu This is not an empty pull, paid forntso limited quanitltcs Jduring present Bear ending Novclnber 1817, we find the they have met with marvelous suc- the vehicle was going down tho hill at Is he not a free 'Mason? He land is highly improved Aln fmir imbroglio. much a line, but is voluntarily siven in cess, JuvingTuiacIo que hundred, por ther cemetery aud ho fell headlong to tho Fitzsimmons-Suarke- y It is, staled by dealers over the Slate sion. bo an odd lellow. city. acres, unimproved land ou south sMo name of E. II. Barnaul, brother of Hoc. good faith, in tho hopo that suffering that fewer valentines wero sold this must Filz has oneaged another typewriter. traits, all of whjch have given entire, the frozen ground. of pike. At the same time and place The .passengers C. F. Burnam and Mrs. Eugenia Hume, bumnntty may try tnesei remedies ana, Aiden Benedict's "Fnhio Romani" satisfaction without exception. Their, knew1 nothing of the accident as the m Seems as if all the .thing!) we like dis I will sell 1 rockawav, I huggv horse the writer, of this city. Tho total enrollment that jPyAMNUllAN TEA cures Dyspep-- like (JlenvillefW. be beneflitted.'-Fro- m For year than ever before. agree witn us, aau an tuo uungs we 1 set of harness, 1 milch row, 1 piano, which will bo presented at the Opera of the highest order, and horses continued their journey for Ya ) Pathfinder. iwRivl iia, Constipation and Indi- the ,500. work has been Tins Jidera Way don't like, agree with us. Dvsnepsia and n lot ol plows, &c. toDl-iHouse iu this city Saturday night year was onlv 95. Now It over has recommended irsof to our citizens. some distance. Shanks' injuriss con gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. salo by r.orry & Thomas. we eat, All sums under $10 lurks in most of February 25, is an adaption ttf Marie Another brother, Thompson Burnam Many of Cynthiana's. best and wealth sist of a broken jawand legand painful Hold by Verry & Thomas, successors to W. Don't spend your monoy in trjing to to do uloa&iutly and effectually what and Indigestion. the good thingsgratifica- InTERMSover that amount J rash. cash follows the hand; I in of Ihn University the Q. White. Corrilli's fnmous novel, entitled "The was a student citizens have had portraits made, bruises. tion of appetite. Of course, it isn't eix months and balance in twelvewas lurmtiny mouu hi inucruuusi-.iiuui- get something for nothing. year before. Tho roll Is being- - publish lest lidQfrrnDahlv na 'Uroll. 'Pa Natur'e fault. Nature, docs the best months with interest at 0 per cent. nnv ami Vendetta" and 1s one of the best melo and have almost Invariably left orders Don't expose your Ignorance by talkcleanse the system and break np coldsr she can. aud if a man will only help Possession given immediately. dramas ovor written, absorbing inter ed every week by the Colmnbia, Mo. for tiie second portrait, so well pleased E. E. McCann And S. P. Deafteraw Form ing about thing3 yoa don't understand. ISciema. ad Tetter, neacacnes, nnu ievers whiioui. un her a little bit at tho right lime, he a Partnership. est dealing with Italian love and ven Statesman. were they with tho first one. Seldom J. B. C0RNELIS0N. Frequently accidents occur in the Tho intense itchiaefwd smarting inci pleasant after ellects, use the delightful may eat what he likes and ns much as MB, BUCHANAN'S DEATH. geancc. The scenic effects and costum has Cynthiana been favored with Tho above named gentlemen will household, which cause bnrns, cuts, dentjo thoso diseases is lastaatly allayed liquid laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs. he likts, Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets feb22-5Administrator. Eyo and are for people who aro troubled Vlth ing are prouounced by the press where- In the death of Mr. A. C. Buchanan visit from such high grade artists, and shortly the 6tore of E. E. Mc Fpifiins and bruise. For use in such by applying Qjanabedain's bad jases Made by California Fig Syrup Co. Indicxation. Particularly for those in ACTIVK SOLICITORS WANTED EVEJiY Snow Liniment has lor Skin Ointment. Many1 "very ever the Company have appeared to be a familiar figure is removed from our to say that their work is greatly appre cann, opposite tho Hotel Glyndon, and cases Ballard's for "The Story or the Philippines ' In order to bo on tho safe side Gen whom it raanifets itself iu tjioformof have been permanently caved by it. It the best extant, and the Company have midst. He was one bf our best known ciated is bht .mildly expressing it, will handle an exclusive stock of China inany years been the constant favorite is equally efficient lor itching piles and eral Miles might provide himself with a coustiption. The "PelletB" are quick by Murat ItalFlcnd, rommisslouci! bf the family remedy. Price, 3Sfc For sale Official Hhtorian to the War Ue- unosten-tiou- s. Wo can freely nnd unhesitatingly rec by tho citizens, although rpiiet and beou highly complimented and easy in their action. They are in parimtnt. The book was written In army a favorito remedy fost; sore nipples; book of synonyms. glass, wooden and willow ware, and ar by Perry & Thomas. tublo-St- . chapped hands, cfallbltttafl. frost bitci perfect harmony with Nature. They camps at Sail Francisco, on the raciSo with public. Messrs. Benedict and Faust IIo amassed a Jgood estate and oinmeim tnem wnorover tiiey co as ticles of that nature. The gentlemen Honolulu, cure Yon uecd General ilrrdtt, In tbe boapitalsat trenches at a La Grippe is again pldemic Every Kong, ia the American and Miss Martha Beauford, receiving leaves a widow net Miss Ilattio artists capable of the finest wprk,and unvo tne capnai to oacK tnem, aro Legislative candidates aro making and chronic sore eyes. 95 cte. per box. precaution should le taken lo avoid it. effectthem permanent only a littio while. la Hong In the insurgent camps vrith regukrly Uk Manila, appoiHiffiOHta and beginning special praise. Miss Graco Hunter's March) and one child. Funeral on worthy a large and liberal patronage. highly esteemed, and will.givo to Rich speaking on the deck ot the Olymnia with 'Dewey, we Its specific cure is One Minute Coech Alter that, wrtfem occasionally when r. CMv'fl Cmmisii Fire, Serpentine, and other dances are Saturday tollowod by interment in tho Wo will not further recommend their mond a specialty store not surpassed an active canvate. jost wbt bora Metis what in bd Cure. A. J. Sheperd, publisher yen need them wheti you havu eten and in the roar ot battle at thoorfall of Manila. original picBonanza for agent. Brimful Took, bkiod pwritier ud Jourtmi and AdvcrtMer.Etdett, anything dittftreefl with roll. They ture taken by soreraien photographers on also highly spoken of and sho is mil Richujod Cemetery. Mr. Buchanan work, for It speaks for itself. To insure a h)py mw year, keep condition. Sliould' outside tho large cities. They propose They art net food wit Mo., Myst 'No owe vjilt be difpon-m- i mkf be Ukn tut m freely us you Ht) sboc ir-r- dook. low prieea. ma pioma. mm tbeibody vigorous Terrauuge. the liver clsr vcreally conedered by all to be th was r atiye of Wolfe county, where they ever came to Cynthiaoa again thy to display quoeusware nnd Am Chin tratcy teat j) mn to p tieces- - rrewcl bmu. yreaK tiren. tiro; an .HiUcr, HrJmtOne MIbu CoWT:w ttn; woM ttk WftWNr or tty rly Kwen awliebM and Da Wttt' Tittto wr fMMM, octetJKHTMK0 l!lC!(r.. fra. best in that Mm now before th his fwbr ami nuuwou relflvci will he rlsU with a hearty welceg&e. teh MhaY twver b& brMurttt to bv tort tby turn lwy Pilot N Ia flPjH." J?lMMt ( Ukw, kwm ta psMM toMtllWi) Uifc f t- MC'TtTKH Um Hvm ttttta' fills to ooaalitNrtkm public, ously ill. J. S. Boggs has been danger- L. Sowers enters an em Wo are requested to stato that at the phatic denial of tho Courier-Journproper time Mr. Sanford Oldham will report that the river was frozen over at announces his candidacy for County Valloy View. Clerk subject to the action of the Dem Mr. J. W. Smith walked on the ice ocratic pary, and it goes without say- ng Hint he will make a .good, strong from his Stony Run farm, on tho Ken tucky river, to Ford, a distance of race. nearly two miles. Helpless From Paralysis, She Was Burned al J. WE AIM To have our Clothing the best that can be made That is whyyoJgetT!ere"moreTSuior We are Showing Some Beautiful Percalles at 5 Cents, To Death. Our Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats are city. This line contains all tho new things in Nansook Embroideries, Jaconet Embroideries, Swiss Embroideries, match sets of all kinds, hand and mnchino made Laces of all kinds. Our buyers have made a specialty of this line and nothing has been left undone to make this department ono of the most important factors iu our immense business. Wo have just placed on sale the largest line of Hamburgs, Laces, and Embroidery, ever shown in the Ladies, Our line of Embroideries will certainly you for an hour or two, Call and see them. Our great line of Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums, Oilcloths, Rugs, Lace Curtrins and Oil Shades was nover moro complete. Wo havo no carried over goods in these lines. They are all fresh and new, new styles, new new prices. Wo are naminc prices on these lines that is a death blow to all competition. Call and inspect tbisline before you purchase. pat-tern- Sj ReadytoWear m ien a 1 Bob-tow- n, There is no other stand that can clothes you as stylishly and as serviceably as we can and at so little price. Same old stand, but much larger. Wf W, HllWeJ aiovMtvVs Tbas awi XAVtes. OTovovvvcesmVVWoutW. eav Lehr-Willia- n. Covington Mitchell. - W. D. OLDHAM COMPANY. V v. Advance Advertisement! m The Maine Commission Co, m Manager, o fi,iffliisiai E. High Street, nielo-drain- Lexington, Ky. I'me-Tar-lion- I'me-Tar-Hon- Planters PnW ic ball m hat-make- rs Saturday, March 25, -- t two-stor- J.nr-lione- . B m Salt-ItbeK- ia w rwnn. Agul-aaUI- o. Agri-cultttr- ttl &t . ik 0m ahr UJantDri-- Rn Protect your Ilea: they Writo JOHN 'WKUBCKbtmN sera. WasUngtdn, 1). Cfor nd lilt ot too bundretl Inrenuons wanted. nUIUUU 411 1 Irion I I Here's IUUU may ttlngtopatfbt? brlngyon weatm. & CO- - Patent Attor. their tl.S0u prize os Ttir Cka&ce. by The Climax. PRACTICAL HINTS ON ADVERTISING. " 3JLL lVO'McV t I Suae Extraordinary Offers R. N. !. & B. R. R. Time Table No. S3. Taking Effect day. May 2, 1803. BAST BOCSD. Mon- 2d Class. 1st Class. No. 1 No. S No. 9 Ex Bun Ex San Ex Sun 10 22 11 02 11 23 11 41 11 SS Tho Climax wants fiv hunrednew subscribers by the first of the new year. In order to reach this end, some ex traordinary inducements will be made. Until further notice tho iollovring will bo offered to subscribers. The Climax and.The"Week- - Havevou Heard The science of advertising is in its infancy, says an exchange. It is grow ing in importance and efficiency every day. It used to be a speculative vent ure now it is a scientific certainty. No man has ever reached the acme of business succoss. Heights that we do hot dream of will be attained by : floul i know that the u, N'c-rr , I .mmtmtnnxmnimMmtiii Versailles Niobolasvllle . Valley View- .Million Richmond- A.M. P.M. 6 7 8 8 8 52 85 00 13 3Q A. M. 5 30 6 18 8 20 - 850 9 15 10 10 10 10 Union Moberley... DrassQcld. Panola I 12 12 12 13 M. TIE EXCELLENCE 0F SY1UP F FKS Irrlue 13 16 30 35 1 05 00 05 25 40 11 35 WEST EOUSU. HoTi TfoHf No. 10 Ex San Ex San Ex San Ex San A. II. Irvine Fanola P.M. 2 2 Union .. Richmond Versailleo Brassflelcl Moberley 2 2 .. e 05 6 20 C 31 6 S3 7 50 ' . Million Valloy View NicholasTille 2 3 3 3 4 10 5 00 00 25 30 41 47 15 30 45 P.M. A.M. 11 1 1 1 55 05 20 45 2 15" 3 00 3 25 4 30 6 10 is tine not only to the originality aad simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fiq Sxbvp Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance ot purchasing- the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the Califohxia Fia Srnup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other par-tic- s. The high standing of the CAU-fork- y Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. The Climax and the Home and Farm, $1.30 The Climax and either he Cosmopolitan, Munsey's or McClure's Magazine, $2.00. The Climax and the Louis ville daily evening post, $3. The Richmond Climax and Twiee-a-wee- k OIK? You may have heard er Courier-Jou- r ia a."m'J P.M. P. M. Pi 57 All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. & T. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. UOCK. Train Dispatcher. W. 11. ADAMS, Superintendent. Wanted-- An ldea: they Protect your SVEDUEBBtlt-N may bring you wealth. & CO, Write JOHN nev. Wanblnitton. D. Cfor their tiXO priio offer ot two hundred Inventions wanted. and llit Idea v, Sgr-- a ...... .0 M o B 1 1 Z A I & $2 ..J.. I . fcJi - Fio Sriiui Co. with the medi- $1.90. cal profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has The Climax' can also fur given to millions of families, makes. . the name of the Company a guaranty nish any paper published in of the excellence of its remedy. It is the United States, or Europe far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and at reduced rates. bowels without irritating or weakenCounty Court Days. ing them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. effects, please remember the name of Richmond, Madison county, first Mon the Company day. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Xexington, Fayette county, second BAN nal, both, for one year $1.60 The Climax and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. The Climax and Ohio Farm, about SCOTT'S EMULSION and have a vague notion oil with that it is cod-livbad taste and smell and its all its other repulsive feaoil, the tures. It is cod-livpurest and the best- - in the world, but made so palatable that almost everybody Nearly all can take it. children like It and ask for more. " er twentieth century merchants. I am one of those who believe that there is no limitlo tho possibilities of human achievements. No man has ever yet made a success of business without advertising of somo sort. May be he don't call it adl3the best forJVnale Troctslr. Corrects all vertising, but it was advertising just Irrofrularltlosirir'eaialaOrirans. Bhouldbe taken the same. Advertising primarily con- ' Ksrw for taint of Life and bsforestood the "31 "las" Cenriits havo sists in. letting people know you are in test frrtwu-.t- y rears. Uecllrtoe Co., Chat- AT.l. exietanco and what excuse you have (.ul-ji.IciRcwce. for it. Takespore" Papers Than He PeriA Thomas, druggists, luccesaorso W. CblU-ElrtT fiP J 7 M, .'m"''"'l'','M"e PLEASE-- mi - I ft I f UC . ..C tfftaf V WA?mfteb Kj J IOT jfll o mm ANDY CATHARTIC MK Can Read. An oxchango thus comments on the man "who takes more papers than he can read: ' Most editors aro familiar with the atnan wlirr takes more papers than he can read." consequently has no uso for his local paper. He takea a paper at Augusta, Maine, which contains nil the news of "i?iniiKgle,r's Last Cruise, the Bandit King," ttc.. and while storing his mitid with information his wito is reading last year's almanac- - But let them get into trouble, he rushes to a local newspaper to get him out nnd wants it had. If his wife or baby dies he wants a column obituary. Yet ho is 'taking so many papers" that he can not help his local papor by subscribing. This is tho same man who wants a fifteen line lacal puff in your paper just to fill up, you know." GREAT MISSING WORD WMMB AU druggists sell DrTMIlcVNorvo Plasters. 25C. 50c . ma oo NyjfJg tjf 4 H tf ifcH c jxiiMittrttffv !Bwff B WK. viWWBRjp-JJ. .. . 3 .,rr.r Ik mMo AjtfM3 - flBflF atfffK &GmKr ATT 1 i ' X 6 r DRUGGISTS. o j 3 jj j q. u 000m .. p oD.ttJ EMUL&ffiRg. looks like cream; it nour ishes the wasted body of! the baby, child or adult Louisville, kt. Fit AX CISCO, CaL JanS-l- jjew yoke, n. y-- go y . -- 135ECONOMIST RANGES AS o u Ed a Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon day. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon day. s Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Jficholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodfonl county, fourth Monday. WHY THE POOR GET POORER. better than cream or any other food in existence. It bears about the same rela tion to other emulsions that cream does to milk. If you have had any experience with other "just as good" preparations, you will find that this is a fact. so-call- CONTEST B c--O hs hypophosphitcs that arc oil combined with the give additional value to it because they tone up the nervous system and impart strength to the whole body. I cod-liv- The Climax Offers a New Plan to Us Subscrib ers Who Take The. Constitution in Combination Offer. OPPORTUNITY OF THE SEASON. BmSfffifef Pwf sore Wear cough-wor- n Lungs areexhila- - Kg ffl 1 1 fl ''1 ' IT IT fli "IT flj vr and on. all dnifrcitts. SCOTT & DOWVE, Chemists, Ntw York. o gr5r 5 - The song is a charming story of tho parting of a bravo American soldier, E who fell at Santiago de Cuba, from his I D a sweetheart. He appeared to her in a ! dream, the instant of his death, and in E 1 -- 1 tho parting, asked her to wear for him a mm S G a rose in her hair, that ho might surely Sff3 a B3H33BB3 know her when she came to meet him. Roofing, Guttering Tho song contains a beautiful senti05 ment that makes ono wish to tako it and General words and music him. Job "Work. The value of our mineral products in home withwritten Theour fellow cralts- S3 H are both by 1890 was $623,717,28S. mnn, Halbcrt Is. Hoard, of Fort Atkin, DR. CALDWELL'S The value of our sheep in 1897 was son, "Wis., a son, by the way, of ex- fn?f p. fln Governor V. D. Hoard, of Wisconsin. only $G7,020,942. , m. ' CURES INDIGESTION. Tho value of our much cows in 189 Tho song (25c net) may be orderod of 63 fS WWI him. was $309,239,993. Frankfort l Railway The value ot BUgar consumed in this Coughing injures aud inflames sore DR. CALDWELL'S country Js now about $220,000,000 a lungs In Effect December 5, 1898 One Minute Cough Cure year. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. 'CURES CONSTIPATION. H 1 The total of wages paid In the Eugar loosens the cold,' allays couching and heals quickly. The best cure for p.m. p.m p.m. a.m. refining industry is about $2,000,000 7 children. Douglas & Wells. t 9U 6 30 Lve. ltichmond Ar. 111 10 6 20 16 of the trust less than one ' Winchester 55 7 m 8 1 Mavavtlle 6 46 " 40 5 30 ttowman & Terhune bought 23,000 capital of 189S. 10 ' Paris 8 5 40 9 30 4 6 17 10 8 " Oeorgetown " 7 50 3 28 And yet there are people who .either pounds of tobacco of Mr. Will Irving, 40 T 10 11 90 Ar. FranVfoit Lve. 7 00 can not, or will not, understand why at an average of $8.40 per hundred Ask for tickets via Paris. the rich get richer and the poor get Andy Peacli shipped 10,000 pounds of P NEWTON, G. P. A. J. tobacco to Louisville last week. It poorer. FORI brought an avorage of SS per hundred. AT THE RIGHT AGE. HOW HE ARRIVED . Owing to the bad weather and the bad luck many "farmers are having The lady in the witness box was re with their lambs, tho Democrat has Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky, luctant to disclose her ag, and the pre asked different farmers for their way WEST BOUND. Six of the best Fire Insurance Comsiding magistrate was astute enough of preventing them from chilling to panies in the United States. Losses paid 6 55 am Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom not to press the question. promptly. am i - 3 00 pm JUscern KX press lor iXHiisTiiie death. Mr. Georco Nichols says when Morehead and Lexington Accom. 'What is your age, madam ?" ho had he finds a lamb chilled he bathes it in 5C pra 4 New York Limited P. F. V In the Prndental, you are offered the inquired, and, "Whatever you choose, milk-warwater, and places it near best Life Insurance attainable, and on EAST BOUND sir," she had made answer. She wt a stove he has for the most approved plans. In Accident 15 am 9 Lexington and Morehead Accom.- that purpose. Mr, wo again give the best. We Insurance .11 58 am New York Limited K. F. V under undor oath. will not transact business with irrespon John C. Davis has also used Mr. Nich 6 30 pm Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom 4sible companies. 'You may be put down forty-fiv- e 9 23 pm Washington Express. little lOh becona sircei, f years, then," said the magistral to the ols remedy with success, and a is. ex. Accommodation trains run daily except UpStairs. whiskey properly administered Other trains run dailv. clerk. "What is your occupation, cellent, but great care must bo exer Je2-Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. madam?" cised for it does not requiro a great For information, rates or sleeper reservations "Sir," Baid tho witness, "you have deal to strangle tall on or write li. uuuu, Agem LkSn.uy., the 5 oungliug to death Kicnmona, ny. my ac;o." made a mistake of ten years in or GEORGE W. BARNEY, Harrodsburg Democrat. D. . A. C. & O. Ry., Lexington. Ky. years," directed 'Tut'down fifty-fiv- e For Eale Privately ! NOT T0.BE.CAUGHT. the magistrate: "Your residence" "Sir," exclaimed th lady, angrily, years, not fifty-- Tho aged attorney looked' keenly at "myjvgo is thirty-fiv- e tlio youug lawyer. I will offer for sale privately my House and five." Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th "Do you love my daughter?" he "Thank you, madam," said tho mag he rre Streets, back of A. 1- Burnaib'a property. road. In addition to shortening the time to The house has seven rooms, good cistern, sta- istrate, blandly, and the entire bench asked. Memphis and New Orleans, has madeit"Easier ble and other necessary outbuildings; the lot The youngster hesitated. Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, contains about 90x90 leet. The price will be joined in the smile that went round the Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California The reasonable ior earn. "iiejore 1 givo you a direct answer, court. splendid train service with which the Illinois WILLIAM ENGLISH, Central's Memphis and NewOrleans Vestibnled Judge," he said, with much earnest nov9-t- f Richmond, Ky, A COON DOG CASE. "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than ness. "I want you to pledge mo your Brer" to take a trip to the above mentioned territory. word, Unprofessionally, that tho infor The Central Is the only line which runs Free A novol case was tried in the Quar Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibulled trains terly Court Wednesday, says the' Stan- mation will not be uged against me!" from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Huumaa i curat car jor uamorma. ford Interior-Journa- l. Ed Adams, of "BEFORE BABY IS BORN." 9 25pm Lve Louisville every Thursday Restores 8 18am Jessamine county, sought to recover a Arr MemphisFriday .7 45pm 10,1 Arr New Orleans Friday dog from Elijah Cheatam, which the A Valuable Little Book oi Interest la Ui 8 10pm bliss Lve. NewOrleans Friday Vitalltr. J8 45am Arr Houston Satnrday Women Sent Free. latter detained on his promises for 4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday 3 45pm thirtv days. A number of witnesses Arr Blpaso Sunday . 9 20pm Arr Los Angeles Monday were introduced, a large crowd was in J"vy woman looks forward with JS 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday . attendance. Letcher Owsley was faelings of indscribablo joy to the one The Great Tl;i is Tie Tree tfiitcr Eeate U CiHcnii. special Judge and six lawyers were momentous event in her life, compared Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to ICEJjVIEJdy employed in the case and two Baptist with which all others pale into insigthe territory mentioned will do well to com now itlthln caiy rrar!i of every American preachers were on the jury. Tho trial nificance. How proud and happy she municate with R. H. Fowler, Traveling Passen ) flays Ij i)lilvclr guarantcetl to cure ger Agent, Liouisviue, Ky. e owl rompnmira cahe ot crT01 ucbiuir, ot consumed the entiro day. The lawyers will be when her precious babe nestles Wm. Alfobd KELLONt), A. G. P. A., .o.tiu: it aits pciwcrrullj and ijulcklr. A. II. Hanson", G P. A., Lonisville, Ky. i !!'. r:v!rn!lv 5'rrrrrt. Ii the rcnul for the plaintiff claimed that he was a on her breast how sweet tho name of p ul U:::;i:r:ilO. Voun? men will n good coon dog, and that the hides of "Mother!" And yet her happy anticifthf r dec23-l- y Chicago, 111. tlictr lost manhool, anl Old 3Ien will recover yout'iful jot. !tlnlsaralrs and restores to the coons that ho would have caught if pation of this event is clouded with U lire, ml vior. all siinerci-- from Seminal cak L&&cs. l.i. potency, VarKNKcle. Spcrmaltorhea, he hadn't been detained would have misgivings of the pain and danger of ;l'tly Kinlwlans, Last "rain mill Muscular Power, been worth $10. They claimed this tho ordeal, so that it is impossible to icraorr. wnUrrilncM, Lvll Dreams. Despon' tii 1a , or the dog. After a few nry, the feeling of self. nnd nil effects RAILWAY. davc, nr lof (csccw ami IndlscreUon. likhofuuQW amount deliberation tho jury gave mo avoid creeps over her. constant dread The danger and the which ne iir iwsii:. MuJvot 1CLUKEI10 ments (IN KENTUCKY 1 ncsatoaceiollio root i"t tlrt.ilisease tliat is why dog to tho plaintiff. suffering attendant upon being a Schedule In effect Drc 18, 1898. arcs. It h th creoWtNerre Tonic In the world EASTiiouyp. No. l. Na5. No. 3. mother can be entirely prevented, so l"t:'t Is w' - It t'ves VliorMiil Action and restores She It requires monoytoget in so 7.40am 3.30pm 7.45pm he "Ire or l oufi. It li a m.i'vetous Blood Purl' Lv ioulsville that the comiug of the little 6tranger 9.09am 5.03pm 9.07pm iSe l!;ik (."low comes ImrU to ciety nowadays. Ar Shelbyville 9.55am 5.55pm 9.50pm Ar La'rencob'g. IICGENEIIO. nlst uiKin ffle chectn. vcit ixxkct.havlnsmall 81.00 per Ho Yes; and it requires brains to need not bo looked lorward to with By laiCam 6. 17pm 10.09pm aa be trrSo! lu Ar Versailles. fear and trembling, as is so often tho ia45am 6.45pm 10.35pm Ar Loxlngton 5?3)'., Uo rhrcrfutly rrfund keep out of it. .i ix , ;Kte Imvccs do not effect n cure. ti. r, WE.STHOUN1). No. 6. "No. 2, No. 4." case. Every woman who reads this 'res .ir fr- . A klnsts tlio American Office o Lv Lexington.., 7.30am 4.25pm 5.15am paper can obtain absolutely freo a valu7.55am 4.52pm 5.37am Ar Versailles. Carried Down , v.v.,!raLbU. NEW YORK. 8.20am 5.15pm 6.55am Ar La'renceb'c able and attractive little book entitled Stream. 9.12am 6.05pm 6.32am Ar Shelbyrllla For sale in Richmond by Perry & Thomas when a man her j 10.40am 7.35pm 7.55am uruggisis. Ar LoulsTlllo crossing some "Bsfore Baby is Born," by sendingRegsept21-lTrains Nos. 1. 2. 5 and 6 carry Freo Observa difficult place in name and address tp the Bradfieldj tion Chair Cars between Louisville nnd Lex his working ulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. This' book ington career ; spurring EASTllOUND. WESTEODKP. an ms energies to contains priceless information to all 14. Noll No. U.l stations. (Na 12 No. accomplish some women, and 110 one should fail to send SJupm 7.40am Lv Loulsvl) Ar 7.35pm ia40am critical passage in for it. 5.55pm 9.S5amAr LarncbrgAr 5.1Cpm 8.10am ms uu5incssjoux R4Spui ia43am ArliurodsbaAri 4.25pm 7.20am ney, suddenly 7.00pra lafuamlAr Burgln. . Lvl 4.15pm! 7.10am The Breckinridge News presents this finds bis health iP 'IT EASTllOUND. giving: way ami list of pricc3 paid back in tho CO's, Na 15. ItNa C7. st atioks. feels himself swept out of the for the consideration of those who long 3.30pm 7.40am Lv Loulxvil Ar &J8?li0Z B.02nm B.00am!Ar ShelbvilArl 9.12am U8nrn S saddle bv the for the good old times: swift-runninC.l.'pmiiai6amAr Verslles Ari 7.50am Grocery bills of 18C8 aro a variation C40iimllI.10am Ar Midway Ar current of dis 7.nmmn:.U5pmiAr uoorgtn l.v ease then is the from those of 1899. In this city in 18C8, EASTDOCNU time when the INo. l.ltNo. 57 marvelous rejuvenating properties of Dr. bacon retailed at 20 cents a pound; STATIONS. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery will brown sugar 18 cents; white sugar 0 7.40am 3.30pm Lv IX)Uisvil Ar ia40am 7.35pm tSyfeVjVMsK3 prove an unfailing means of rescue and ia22am 6.20pm Ly Verslles Ar 7.50am 4.45pm cents; tea $1.75 to $2; flour, perewt., lL02am 7.03pra Ar Nlchlvill Ar 6.58am 3.55pm restoration. 11.58pm 8.05pm Ar RlchmndLvl It is a very simple plough eminently $7 10 $8.50; salt, per bbl., $5; syrup, per Ar Irvine Lv l.oupm Bcienuuc meaicine. it is not a mere stun, gallon, $IG0; coal oil, per gallon, 70 KTATIOXS. ulant like so many salt extracts. It re cents; coal, per bushel, 15 to 20 cents. stores healthy power by reviving the Lv Loulsvll'p. Ar Lexington nermost sources of vitality in the nutritive The grocer of '09 can get on with a system. It enables the digestive and Ar Knoxrllle smaller cash drawer than the grocer of g Ar Ashevllle organism to manufacture Ar Savannah good blood abundantly and rapidly, so 'OS, unless he has a much larger numAr Jacksonville . . that the immense waste of tissue and nerve Ar Chattanooga . fiber entailed by hard labor is offset by ber of customers. Ar Atlanta a speedy upbuilding of fresh esergy and Ar Macon During the year 189S ninety-tw'trusts" or "conbines" were formed by wealthy and protected manufacturers of the United States, with a capital, all PARTED IN A DREAM. o o o o told, of 51,500,000,000. A few comparisons will enable us to grasp the meaning of this great capital, says the Silver Nlpht "Watchman. The total value of our wheat crop for 1898 is placed at $310,002,537 less than d of tho capital of the 189S trusts. The value of all horses in the United States in J1897 was estimated at one-thir- $452,-649,29- 0. iVRUP PEPSI 1 I CLIII k Mo&ti . 1 in jYRUP PEPSI m S. F. Rock, ni - Siin-lftv- We take pleasure in announcing a missing word problem to our subscrib ers in connection witli llio Weekly Constitution of Atlanta, Ga. This is the sentence: ''I was immediately conscious of the effect which his ; . j produced on his companions." It is taken from a charming, living southern author and is offered to test the knowledge of our people of their own writers. The 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 be given will be 10 per cent of all tho subscriptions received from contestants by The Constitution, Atlanta, Ga. It will be paid by The Atlanta Constitution. That paper has paid on. missing word contests- alone nearly $10,000 in cash prizes. To one part yv Mr. M. L. Brit tain, was given a. check for $1,033 50 for one successful guess; pthers have received large sums ranging from $585 to over $300 on simi; lnr propositions. This contest is to run until April 1, 1899, at which time the results will be promptly and properly . announced. . Every! subscriber who - takes advan- tast of our clubbings offer with Tho Constitution ma3' enter his own word to fill the blank in the sentence. It must be given to us at tho timo of the subscription 60" we " may forward it to gether with lib order for The .Con stitution. It is a plain, fair plan and we feel sure that many will be interest ed nnd will hunt up tho word or take a shot at it. Tlio subscription orders under this combination offer must be sent directly to this office and not to The Constitution. Wo will forward everything ourselves. - llWl'wU KPFt&tulfTT 1 SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Mm do equal any reraeay itMnauuuiw5; to Dr. Bell's It dvcsqnlck and permanent rrlltf Or. In crl nos well as concha and colds. It male m weak Innra strong. Mrs. IL A. Metcalla, Feducab.Kr. For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W lilt's PiM-Tar-M- M mm Company, mm IMual tastml g m pf-- K KM . s& Of Lexington, Kentucky. Life Insurance Reversed. We Pay While You Live. "Old Line" Companies Fay When You Die. Which do You Prefer? S Chiffonier ' WOT WW g STATEMENT1 ' 'Address; JANUARY, 1S99. 1899. Paid. 103 12 07 75 74 35 LIVING BENEFITS PAID JANUARY, Name. Cost. $ 43 50 . 41 Walter Tully, Burgin, Ky . . r Jos Kamber, Louisvil!or Ky Amelia Borgel, Louisville, Kr Rev E D Gray, Georgetown, Ky ur 11 bievenson, umcaRO, 111 50. ... '. . -- lj Cmmax Ptcj. Co, EASIER THAI EM From reports nearly fifty per cent, ol the drop of lambs thus far in this locality have been lost by freezing as they drop. Some have resorted to the plan of securing the ewes in a house warmed by a stove aud vet nursing tho lamb's as oon es dropped witli good results Lexington Gazette. You gee more in the Courier-Journ-al Twice-a-Wee- k 1- IMERO. 4gg$hWm than in any other paper' published both in quality and quantity. 104 papers' ono year for 50 cents. The is tho equal of many dailies, and the superior of all other papers. It prints more real news, more good class mat ter, more good stories, than any other, Issued Wednesday aud Saturday. A good commission to agents. Sample Twice-a-Wec- k Courier-Journal FRENCH: rc-.l- r copies free on application. Write to Courier-JoUrnCo., Louisville, Ky. By a special arrangoraent you can k get tho The Climax and the Courier-Journa- l both one year for only $1.25. This is for cash subscriptions only. All subscriptions under this combination offer must bo sent through The al Twice-a-Wee- OUTHERN Climax office. Sc V.iWi-ncc- MT-in- A HUS BAND -- 1 SAY u Baforo my wife began using - Mother's Friend she could hardly get around. I do .could Wteeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. not, think get along without she i.A g She has used it for two months and it is a great hejp to her. She does her housework without trouble. " it now. TSSSWmmF i7JBP SSL Mother's Friend . blood-makin- Ar Jacksonville . Lv Chattanooga 10.(.pm i.soam Ar Birmingham- 2.S0US1 9.55pm Ar Meridian &30aml &30am Ar New Orleans "Train No. I Cincinnati. Florida tc Havana Limited carries Through Dramnz Room Pullman Sleeping car between Louisville, Atlanta, Macon nnd Jacksonville; connects at Lexington or Chattanooga with Pullman Sleeping car for NewOrleans; Freo Chair car between and Lexlnirton: Observation Chair cars between Lexington and Koroo; Cafo cars, elegant coarheH- Traln No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeping car between Louisville. Chattanooga and Birmingham, Sleeping cars from Lezlug-to- u to Jacksonville yla AHbovlUe and Savannah: also yls. Chattanooga and Atlanta. No Jbanctr Free Chair cars Lexington to Chattanooga. Tbroush 'Sleeping cars Lexington to New Orleans. f Dally except Sunday. I Loa-lsvil- le Rotary Motkm and Ball Bearings is an external liniment for expectant mothers to use. It gives them Strength to attend to their household duties almost to the hour of confine ment. It is the one and only prepara tion that overcomes morning sickness and nervousness. It is the only Temedy that relaxes and. relieves the FINE NEEBLE WORK. strengto. strain. It is the only remedy that Aproralnent and veaerabte niinois physician, makes labor short and delivery easy, D. W. Vowles, M. D of Fowler, Adams Co., writing to Dr. Pierce, says: " I send herewith Pleaso write to. mo if you wish for It is the only remedy that puts the (31) cents in stamps for The People's Common Sense Medical Adruer' in doth bind. any line of fine needle work. I aui a breasts in condition so that swelling ing. With this pittance- for so valuable a work cripple from childhood and have be- or rising is impossible. Don't take (truly a gift to the public), I must express my mga Bppmuuon 01 me vhsi amount 01 good come very '"proficient, and my aged medicines internally. They endanger that you have rendered the public. A correct iuc uvea ot oom u omcr ana cniw, measure of your usefulness never has been, and mother aud .myself aro dependent on Mother' Friend U oU by drusxlsUforSt. never will be estimated by the public; no, not even by the multitude of afflicted humanity that this, the only tiling I can do. As a Send lot oar free illustrated book.. has been relieved and cured by your lncdi- - tample I will send any of tho Tollowing wncrwer x go or nave oeen in me ciucs. Tns Braifkll Regulator Co.. Atlanta. Ga. d United States. I find oersoas who have usrd. and articles on receipt of the price arc using Dr. Piercers medicines with satisfac named: Large center piece or six tion, iot mi conoiuons ior wnicn iney arc recommended. Never has one spoken disparagingly of their action, and from having seen so often doilies in drawn, embroidered or the very fashionable rennaisance lace for their good effects. I am also enthused with in their action in cases and conditions for which they are recymeetidcd. It" Is not $1.50. Lilies'" handkerchief or collar, -- thirty-on- e - Catherine.Ijang, Louisville, Ky . Joseph Peters, Louisville, Ky . '. Dr I II Welch, Harrodsburg, Ky Ella Jones, Lexington, Ky . Khza Castle, Versailles, Ky Emery Hikes, Louisville, Ky Geo D Robertson, Lexington, Ky . MrsAllie J Taylor, Lexington, Ky. . . Geo D Robertson, Lexington, Ky . A C Seadler, Louisville, Ky Geo D Robertson, Lexington, Ky L A M Grief, Louisville, Ky It Arnspiger, Lexington, Ky Capt H A Welsh. 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W II Ford, Lexington William Holmes, Lexington, J S Chrisman, Danville, Clara B Stanwood, Ban Francisco, Cal , Margaret G Hutchison, Lexington.. . . ..t J D Purcell, Lexington, Mrs Maggie Burke, Junction City, . .. . Kate Strawder, N Middletown, . . . . : Miss Lizzie Keating, Macon, Ga John M Rees, Louisville, i. DrR B Cassady, La Grange, O S "Williams, Burgin W J Poteet,fHarrodsburg, Kato S Brown, Lexington, Fred Close, Jr Cincinnati, O Savage Bros, Black Mountain, N C V Harry SlcCarty, NicholasVillo, . . . .". Skookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, . . . Skookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, . . . Skookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, . . . Skookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, . . . Geo W Nuckols, Lexington, . Milton Johnson, Maysville, . John R Allen, Lexington J Alex Chiles, Lexington, W W Quinn, Nicholasville, v . . ... .. .. .v . . Col R O Morgan, Lexington, . .r G W Fitzgerald, Georgetown, . .J V Coffey, Yosemite J H Baker, Lexington Newport News Syndicate, Newport News, iVa,. 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I PJ NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. m - 9 m 9 mm mm 0. 09. 9... o... .. ... iH We x 1899, KM our ..oo a c O On and after January 1st, terms will be o 1(0 o oo too 9 OO OO OO .... .. se 09 OO SPOT - CASH!" have attempted to run our llecting our accounts the first of each month, but have been unablo to collect them nil business by copromptly. W o are therefore compelled to soil for CASH that we may pay cash for our goods, and will endeavor to make it to the Interest of tho trade to do business with ns. We havo a nice line of Staple aad Fanc7 Groceries, Queoas,waroaal Glassxraro, &c. Give 113 a call, examine our stock and got prices. XGoods exchanged for country produce 06 OO OO ecj OS CO... io OO OS o e... .. .. oo OO 09 08 so.. ea... a... as oe s oo oo oo OO oo oo CO OO HGGNS WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, KY. oo 08 oo oo oo "OO oo OO ao V 15 15 .. 15 15 U 50. 14 14 50 ; 14 50 . 13 32 . 33 33 33 33 82 31 29 45 45 45 45 17 1 When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CORE is guaranteed to euro you. IS is tho discovery of un eminent physician. Ho Knife ! Ho . 02 Interruption of Business ! 14 10-50- . 50. 50. 31 17 31 17 31 7 The first treatment brings immediate relief. cured thouands, and will euro you. SIR. T. It La3 - 13 50 . r$2,MG!).50. 11 50 1. 12 50. 22 25 24 47 26 GO 29 02 ?5,433.22 . .Cftt6sC. Total Profit QverC6st. V - 4' .$2,903.72;' to mo.'' Tho use of one box effected a permanent cure-- I voluntarily, give ycu th's stsicrr.c.t, hoping it will be thcs??ins of bringing your wonderful remedy to the o! olhcTs.fuf-fcrir- . cttt-!!.;- a and chief t.f the Chnttanoojrt Firo Lcpcrtmont, savs: "After years of tuncrin, 1)0,'S I'll.TS OIMTM'KN L'.ws Avi'.U i. VILCOX,prorain-n- l; snot'chntif.OJrtjpin plies." one-thir- Price 51.00, Prepaid to any Adrtzc. -- '! Creditors Notice! FOR'PULL INFORMATION4iDBRESS DON CHEMICAL COMPANY," CKA'ITANOOQA, TENN. A. WnsriON. P.&T.A-- , S.T.SnrT, P.4T.A, Louisville. Ky. Lexlngton.Xy. r.S.GANNON.3d V.P.G.M., J. L CptX.T. St Wusbington, V. C. WashlsguiB, D.C W.A.TUUK.Q.P.A., WX.ILTATIX)K,a.(l.PA. WashlagteBi P. C Ky, LtiU, For sale by Dewey Miulc Co., Bicii awfid, Ky, common for regular phytseaas to endorse and recommend proprietary awdkiBes. bat in this case I have so quivoetlo or fecNtaacyia so steing." The qvick cot!parjoi Doctor s HiMsit nam. cr nnt tap. very fine rSHnaisanee,75 cents, or.In-fant- e' .All prOBS VBOvHiKr themselves indebted to cbrieUsMfr .robe, ail . white, em- tas tate of the late Dr. J. SI. Foster will come t ttmoi & eev M.d acttle or elM acceeat wH A. Clarke, broidered, $3. J. C. CHETIAtJliT," Ewinjr avenue, Chicago, 111. JmU-Mij.IotXn.J.U.ramUi. A. SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary. MRS. A. T. ItlLLIOK,