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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): March 1, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899030101_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): March 1, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. 'VOLUME 25. RICHMOND, For the Cuu ax. THE BAR. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 1, 1899. NUMBEB 39. GRIGSBY & MUNCEY, General Agents, Eastern Kentucky. CORRESPONDENCE. IRVINE. Richmond Jias again sold lierself to the Bar! Sold her sons, sold her brothers. Sold her fathers, sold her mothers, Sold her minds, sold her beds, Sold her clothing, aold her breads. In the words of Amanda Smith, Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome HOY At SAKINO POWOCIt Estill County PERVOUS.WEAK, DISEASED MEN. FOR SALE. The executor of Lee Jake While, deceased, offers for sale privately about 23i of which lies immediately In Foxtown, tho balance Is between the land of Wm. Bennett neaday to spond-- a few days with his and Dudley Tribble, The latter is in bluegrass parents before leaving Kentucky. and has not been ploughed for thirty years. WE CURE SYPHILIS A Address, (0.46 Bds.) B Misses Louise Vaughn, Maude MilH This terrible. Ulool I'nifon. tho terror i cr and Messrs. Harry Shepheid and nfiiianktml, yicldx rcnuily to our iLW John G. Cole, Ex., Retrain of Mercury, TREATMENT. Joe Vaughn visited Miss Annie Wal'otarb, etc Thcyinny ruin your rytem. t gers at "ML Scratchum" this week. Box 259. Winchester, Ky. tortgnc. I If tou liaro Fores in tho luciul h or jarr(-2Mr. Souls closed the "Bucking Facpains in tho joint?, toro thrust, hair c r I YORK I cyehnms fulling out.pitnplcdor blotcbc. tory" during the extreme cold weather. rtomach derangement, soro cyef. head- He spent most of this week with his aehef, etc., you havo tho secondary staeo Via Folicit tho 6 of thu UImxI l'oi?.n. parents at Clay City, who are elderly The crime, the want, the woe. inoft obstinato rase?, r.nd rhillenso tho t and fast declining in'health. Learned here in these workshops, world for a care wo accept for treatment ' Agents in No hand can paint, we know." and cannot cure. Ily our treatmeuttho f Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vaughn and Mi6S nleera heal, tho hair crows njraln. patnj Louise Vaughn returned to their home unoccupied Oil! that a gentle wind would como diappcir, thofkm bccomis ncaitny. ana i at Hardwick's Creek Thursday. Thev lnircwgo is io$9iuio ana inc. y and take all who have their were accompanied by Miss Judith breaths tainted with spirits to a bright CURES GUAMHTEED Tudor, who will visit her sister, Mrs. OFFICE-Mai- n world, where all together they could I Vaughn. Street, Thourandsof yonnsr anl roMdle-acc- d men hare their visor nnl vitalily ranpeil I enjoy their glory; a world so farawny Mr. Oscar Park, of Middlesborough, Ky. Richmond, menial jy early nbufCJ, later was in Louisville last week on busiworry, etc. No mutter tho cattfe. onrl that none of the rising generation could ness. He agreeably surprised his rela.New Method Treatment is tne rctnsc. ever be influenced by them, and whero tives and friends by making a short ANNOUNCEMENT (27.81) O D a weeping wife, mother or sister could visit to the town of bis childhood be- m WE CURE IMPOTENCY... FOB AUDITOR. never more seo their shame sold to the fore returning to Middlesborough. It r . i And renororll juirts to a normal . conm-- 1 We are authorized to announce JOHN B. Bar. has been some time since Mr. Park was tion. Ambition, life and energy aro re--1 A SAD CASE. OF EDUCA-- I A DEFENSE OF STATE BOARD DRIVING CHENAULT, of Madison county, a candidate newed. ana one iccis mmceic a man i in Irvine nnd many had changed so office of State Auditor, subject to the among men. Lrery euro h treated TION. for the "A Bar to Heaven, much he hardly knew them. Many nft niMwiIl henco our wonder action of the Democratic State Convention. A door to Hell, "I will toll you how it is," said the discussions of "old times" were in ful tucccw. No matter what ails yon, I IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, Whoever named it, consult its confidentially. Wo can fur-- 1 Harrodsbukg, Ky., Feb. 10, '99. wildeyed patient to the asylum physi- dnlged in and greatly enjoyed by alii FOR BBFRESE2T7AT1VB. bonds nih bank wo to guarantee to accotn-- 1 Named it well." and you can also say extremecian. "I mot a young widow with a We are only 6or'ry Mr. Parks' stay in claim. Irtish what Ed Climax: We are authorized to announce M. H. WILLCitizen. My Dear Sir: In your issue of the grown up stepdaughter, and I married our little town was so limited. IAMS a candidate for the Legislature, subject to ly comfortable, when you are CURED The Modntaisekh. the action of the Democratic party. Horrible agony is caused by Piles. 8 inst., under the caption, '"Two Ridi- that widow. driving in one of our easy Wo treat and cure: EMISSIONS, We are auth5rired to annoince W. W. Then my father met our stepdaugh iurnnnin.v cvmm tw smttcntj iii.vut COMDS a candidate to succeed himself in the Burns and Skin Diseases. Theso are culous Questions Asked at Teacher's The Kidney Complexion. I hiDOTPVi'v' i (j.isa.aj.. Kenand handsome Buggies and next general assembly of the State of J til v 'a ter and married her. That made my UNNATURAL DISCHARG DRAINS.utiit tuckysubject to the will of the Democratic immediately relieved and quickly cured Examination," you, in yourlusually The pale, sallow, sunken-cheekeES, KIDNEY and HLADDElt Difenfej. i party. Phaitons. Our stock of fine of her father-in-law- , by De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Be- vigorous style and upon seemingly good wife the mother-in-ladistressed-lookin- g KHEK. CONSUI.TA'IION HOOKS people you so often and made my stepdaughter ray JFKKE. If unsblo lo call, writn forf ware of worthless imitations. Doug- grounds, removed great patches of carriages is unsurpassed for afflicted with "Kidney ComQUESTION 1ILANK fur HOME PROFESSIONAL OARD3. cuticlo from the State Board of Ex- stepmother, and my father became my meet are las & Wells. TREATMENT. plexion." beauty, style, durability and stepson. See ? aminers, "ono of which I ara whom." Their kidneys are turning to a pargeneral superiority, and we Then my sttpmother, the stepdaugh You cited as instances of the Board's ATrORN3T3. Prices of Caltlc, Hogs, Sheep, etc , Sixiccn incompetence twojiroblems "approved ter of my wife, had a son. That boy snip color. So is their complexion. are selling them at prices that Years Ago. Also Eleven Years Ago. They may also bavo indigestion, or was, of course, my brother, because lie by the State Board of Education." will surprise you, quality con 8. W. MILLER. A friend of the Climax has given us W. Tho first one read as follows: ''Bought was my father' s son, but he was alst) suffer from sleeplessness, rheumatism, for publication a printed report of 27.5 barrels sugar for $453.75 and sold it Attorney-at-Laueuralgia, brain trouble, nervous exCINCINNATI, O. sidered. John Donelsox. the son of my wife's stepdaughter, and Kentucky. "Market Quotations for Jan. 29, 1883," at $3 C2i a barrel ; what did it bring a therefore her grandson. haustion and sometimes the heart acts Richmond, That made badly. barrel?". and it reads as follows: door Office in the Burnam Building, next feb3-l- y to Of course, tho problem as it reads is mo grandfather of my stepmother. armer's National Bank. Cincinnati, Jan. 20, 1883. The cause is weak.unhealthy kidneys. meaningless, but it seems to me that Then my wife had a son. disDn.n Sir: Below find market quotaUsually the sufferer "My mother-in-lastepsister of the any county board of examiners ought tions for ease does not find out what tbe trouble 'SOFA- my son, is also his grandmother, beReceipts of cattle liberal; prices about easily to arrive at the intentions of tho cause ho is until it is almost too late, because is her stepson's child. Mv National Importance as last week. Best butchers $3.00 to State Board in cases where such errors fattier is the brother-in-lathe first symptoms are so like mild ATTOItNEY of my child, as this one may occur and make such S5 26, good $4.(50 to fair 425 to sickness that they do not think they KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, as in their judgment, because his stepsister is his wife. I need a medicine or a doctor until they $4.50, common $3.50 to $3.75. Best cows corrections, am the brother of my own son, who is Taylor's Hardware store, opOffice over find themselves sick in bed. $4.50 to $4.75, good $4.00 to $4.50, com- seem advisable. posite Court House, on Main Street. I can't wholly excuse this and many also tho child of my grandmother. I Dr. Kilmers Swamp-Boo- t will build mon to fair $2.50 to $3.50. Feeding am my mother's brother-iu-lamv up nnd strengthen their weak and dis cattle in good demand. $5.00 to $525, other errors that crept in last year, but wife's is II. B. HOGG, her own child's aunt, my son purify their diseased, good $4.05 to 4.85, light $4.00 to $4 25 will say, in defense of the superintend is my ATTORNEY AT LAW, father's nephew, and I am my eased dkidneys, ent and other members of the Board, blood, clear their com Kentucky. Best bulls $3.75 to $4.00, good $3 25 to that our troubles last year were "le- - own grandfather and I can't stand It." kidney-poisoneRichmond, - $6 a year S3.G0, light $3.00 to $3.25. Shipping plexion and soon they will enjoy bet Daily, by mail, Truth. cattle very dull; reports from the East ion," chief of which was, we had a ter health. Office No. 13 First St.. up stairs. Daily and Sunday, by mail,-$- 8 a year being bad. Best shippers $5.G0 to $5.85, dew printing firm that was not equipYou can get the regular sizes at the A Thousand Tonaes ped for tho business and it was with good $5.30 to $5.40, light $5.00 to $5 25. Could not express the rapture of An- drug store, at fifty cents and one dollar; unJ.C. &D. M. CHENAULT, Prospect bad for shipping cattle fortius the greatest difficulty that we were nie E. Springer, of 1125 Howard St., or you may first prove for yourself the enabled to furnish the questions at all. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, discovweek. Philadelphia, Pa., when she that wonderful virtues of this great your adKentucky. Receipts of hogs fair; prices 10 to 15 And besides, the Supt. was overworked Dr. King's New Discovery found Con- ery, Swamp-Roo- t, by sending Richmond, for IS THE GREATEST 8UNDAY report, a document , NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD. cents lower. Best butchers $0.65 to with his sumption had completely cured her of a dress to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham-ton800 pages. Office on Second street, over Chen-Bult- 's $0.80, packers $0.50 to $C.G5. light $0.30 of of nearly N. Y., for a sample bottle and a By mall, $2.00 a year. hacking cougli that for many years had Price 5 cents a copy. He also had on bis hands extra work. grocery. to $0.40, shoats $6 00 to $0.15. made life a burden. All other remedies book that tells all about it, both sent, to Address THE SUN. New York. Receipts of sheep are light, demand a suit against the city of Louisville for and doctors could give her no help, but on absolutely free by mail. When writ PHYSICIANS. also light; advices from the East not false listing, which, by the way, be she says of this Royal Cure "it soon ing kindly mention that you read this good. Best $5 25 to $5.50, good $4.50 to won, thus saving to the other schools removed the pain In my chest and I liberal offer in Tho Richmond Cli GREENBACKS (fifty-si- x $4.75, common $3.00 to $3.50, Iambs of .Kentucky, about $56,000 V DR. H. R. GIBSON, can now sleep soundly, something I can max. thousand) annunally. $4.20 to $5.50. Government Money. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, I'would also like to say a word to scarcely remember doing before. I NOTICE- Yours, etc , feel like sounding its praises throughKentucky. Will sell in any quantity Richmond, those who are unacquainted with tho KIDD & BREWER. out the Universe." Sff will every one At close of our Civil War in 1865. at a very low price. The first Edition of "The Empire of Live Stock Commission Merchants. amount and character of the work re who tries Dr. King's New Discovery there appeared in the London Times quired of the State Board. For particulars call Office in the Joe Cc'ilins building, 8 and so the South" having been exhausted, a Herewith we reprint some interest tile following : Street, orerWmte old drugstore. Wo are called upon each year to for any trouble of the Throat, Chest or Second Edition will be ready for dis on or address, " If that mischievous financial pol ing stock items from tho Georgetown Lungs. Price 50c. nnd $1.00. Trial furnish about 1800 (eighteen hundred) tribution by or about March 10, 99. icy which had its origin in the North of Feb. 10, 1883: CHAS. HOOKER, o n eleven bottle free at Perry & Thomas' Drug questions, principally It is a handsome volume of about 200 Republic during the late Clover hay, $8 per ton. 5 VETERINARY SURGEON, branches. We are supposed to ask none Store; every bottlo guaranteed. pages descriptivo ol the South and its Gc. Amencan in that country, should beCivil War Broke mules $110 to $350 a paw-- . Ontario Veterinary College. Graduate but "sensible" questions, not to repeat ast sources, beautifully illustratedind Base Ball. come indurated down to a fixture, Tobacco 17 cents. ' any, and not to ask any 'In tho exact regarded by critics asthemost complete then that government will furnish its The Kentucky Base Pair mules $250. an25-3Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty, language of the book." Also the quesmoney without cost. It will have all Eleven head work mules to Carrithers tions must bo reasonable, general. Ball Association has been organized, production of its kind that has ever nn flttr,. nv(r (ttore recently accu ' the money that is necessary to carry sed by Richmond Harness Co., East Main y St., & Beard, $1825, average of $100. and a series of games arranged to de- been published. apr7-lllichmond, Ky. (no "catches" ro) difficult enough to cide the on its trade and commerce. Persona wishing to secure this work It will championship of Kentucky. Mule quotations 14 to 14 hands, $70 meet with the heartiest approval of become prosperous beyond precedent will pleaso enclose to the undersigned The schedule is as follows: to $00; 14i to 15, $90 to $110; 15 tol5J, JASPER, M. D ir. tho "educated crank," easy enough in the history of civilized nations of April 7, C. C. vs. S. C. Lexington ; 2o cents per copy, which amount ap $110 to $125; 151 to 10, $100 to $105. Medicine and Surgery. for all applicants to get a "first-classthe world. The brain and wealth of proximates the cost of delivery. ReBuilding, MainSlrcet. April 8, K. U. vs. U. C, Georgetown; At the sale of stock of tho lato Isaac Ofiire Collins may bo made in stamps or not handle, because all countries will go to North America. on Wingate, horses sold from $10 to $135; They must not overreach the most in April 15, S. C. vs. G. we db Telephone nt residence (the Carr rUce) C, Lexington; C. mittances MUST BE competent county boards, they must otherwise. we know nothing adout the THAT GOVERNMENT WILL DE Kentucky. mules, $78 to $118; cows, $24 to $52; come up to tho standard of the most U. vs. K. U., Richmond; April 22, K, DESTROYED OR IT RICHMOND, communications on this Address all U. vs. S. C , Lexington; C. C. vs. C. U. drug business, but heifers 3 cents per pound. STROY EVERY MONARCHY ON boards. They must to W. A. Turk, Gen. Pass. Agt., W. EVANS, M D., Comparing tho above figures with tho not be the same as last year and the Richmond; April 29. C. U, vs. G. C, subject THIS GLOBE." Q D. C. Southern Ry., Washington, g prices of The famous Hazzard circular, to what year before, they must not differ too Georgetown; K. U. vs. C. C , Danville. May C, S. C. vs. C. U., Richmond; C, capitalists in New York, and the Buell ought every farmer and stockman to much from last year and the year beDream of The Hobo. FlIYSICIAN AND SURQEON, Bank circular to United States Bankdo? Simply vote for tho single stan fore. They must bo along the same O. vs. G. C, Danville: Mar 13. S. C. vs. K. U. Lexington ; 0. C. vbvC. U-- , We make, sell and anDlr. After more than 30 ers, both emanating from London, and Kentucky. dard in your mind. RiniMOND. lines as indicated by the former State experience in the makinp, the- - fabulous practical "I'd never go to sleep ag'in if I thort years actualputting on of paint, we feel some Danville; May 20, S. C. vs. C. C, Dan corruption fund raised in selling and Board, but they must not bo like the ville; G. C. vs. K. U., Lexingtonr May I'd have 'nother nightmare liko that," what justified in claiming that we know some- - Lngland and Germany, estimated at HE WAS HANDICAPPED. T. J. TAYLOR, DR. former State Board's. And last but vning more aoout me ousinesa man iuusd wuu 27.S.C. vs. G. C., Lexington ; K. U. sighed the weary hobo. hare for a short time as clerks and dealers been $1,500,000, were the agents that se Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, not least, they must be gotten out in vs. C. selling over the counter paints canned and cured the closing of our mints against "Was it horrible?"' C, Lexington. Kentucky Old :Gcutleman (dictating an indig time to send to all the counties in Ky., keged of which they were unacquainted with Richmond, "The horrihlest I ever. I dreamed I the quality of the contents. We guarantee to silver. 3, C. U. vs. G. C, Richmond; Juno nant letter) Sir: My stenographer. but they must not be gotten out in time . . i i to the people o naru cmer ana wor- a- - give better naints. or this and adjoining conn-tlThe "walk into my parlor" policy WOffice and residence on Second Street. that will nrodnce better re. being a lady, caunot take down what I for ''thieves to break through aud steal June 10, K. U. vs. C. U . Lexington : wor a Kec snlts for less money than any concern this side of England, during and since the workin'." Detroit Free Press. C. vs. C. C, Georgetown. G. think of you. I, being a gentleman. and sell " of the larger cities. Now make a list of paints wantnd from White Lead on. ret fiznres from Spanish War, is the latest evidence DENTAL STJRGSE- Ycannot think it; but you, being neither, But it is in the second problem that Last year C. U. won tho champion are get gentleman walked in all, then you our figures and It weany not lower of English Diplomacy in shaping the A one else, better goods than and give can easily guess my thoughts. Youth's you, unintentionally, do the btate ship in base ball, foot bail, and defeated we promise you ids; we worn asK you vo oaj. destiny of the United States Govern Center in joint debate all of which to a cigar store. Companion. itememoer we suouut samples lor your inspec- ment. Teads as folBoard an injustice. It "Let mo havo a good importedcigar, tion. was an emmont sutuciency lor one Notwithstanding the famine price lows: please," bo said. year, although not the fint time. DENTIST, of wheat, the Spanish War, and fabu "A field has two of its four sides op LouisvtiXK, Ky. 'We have no imported cigars," re parallel and two not parallel; distance lous expenditures of money by our Robbed the Grave. ex plied the dealer, who is a red-hnext door to Government Building, between parallel sides 75 rods; length government during the past year, gold RIchmSnd, Ky. umce aoa- n- m pansioniat; "we have some fiue Cuba m ir. aim street. sides, 80 and 110 rods A startling incident of which Mr. of novl7-l- y has increased in value eleven per cent respectively ; find area in acres." and Mnnilla brands, but no foreign RICHMOND, KY. of Philadelphia, was the and all other values decreased in the You say that you havo submitted John Oliver goods." largest and only exclusive wholesale Four nice rooms torrent. subject is narrated by him as follows: same proportion. w inwan ana retail dealer in this problem to the foremost mathemadow Shades. Window Qlass. Oils. Varnishes. For a thorough understanding of "I was in a most dreadful condition, generally, Polite Shopman (showing goods) Brushes, Artist and Painters tician in Kentucky, and lie (and oth My Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob- skin was almost yellow, eyes sunt Hero is something I would like to call siocK me largest ana prices aiwsjs mo iowcsi. the money question, or silver issue, ers) "pronounces it incapable ofsolu the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly en, tongue coated, pain continually in vour attention to, madam. It's the la tion." given evidence of its ability to teach, to postoffice. son, next door back and sides, no appetite gradually test thing out. Now, I am forced to believe that the explain and produce all facts and Mrs. Roundtree (absently) If there s persons to wtiom you submitted tne growing weaker day by day. Three truth. It is a paper that ought and physicians bad given me up. Fortunate- anythlug out later than my husband FRED SMITH. )1. Every cough makes problem passed judgment hurriedly can be read by all classes with pleas ly, a friend advised trying "Electric Bit- I'll take it, if.only as a curiosity. Illus your throat more raw and without really making an attempt ure and pxoht. DEN7ST. ters," and to my great joy and surprise trated American. Every and to solve it. Atlirst glance ltiioes apWOfflce, over Collins' Grocery, same office cough congests the lining pear impossible, liut you will see the first Ibottle made a decided improvelately occupied oy ur. v. Y.iu.s.. -ment. continued their use for three membrane of your lungs. from the diagram and solution sub Ceasetearing your throat very simple problem. weeks, and am now a well man. I know mitted that it is a H. and lungs in this way. merely involving a knowledge of the they saved my life, and robbed the richt-ancl- e the parts at rest and taught in all grave of another victim." No one should Put fail to try them. Only 50 cents per lxt- THE NATION? give them a chance to arithmetics. arw PinMnTIIlfl. Ohlfvrfi. ataf Bichmond, KyM ondiagram tle at Perry & Thomas' Drue Store. Suc heal. You will need some Commission Catarrh is our coun I hope vou can print the will be at the Hotel Zimmer, cessors to W. G. White. 5 help to do this, and you try's enemy. La grippe, and solution; if you can't please sub Merchants.. lung troubles and will find it in Wednesday, March 8, 1899, FOR THE CAT. mit it to tho parties that pronounced it other diseases of incapable of solution. each returning every second Wednesday o. Bleb- - I the mucous mem every physician of month. Beference and Sheep, The answer is 23.38 acres. Doctor, said he, I'm the victim of brane take bold mocd, Ky. """'' I am inclined to think that tho per insomnia. I can t sleep if there is the of our people sons to whom you submitted it, after a least noise such as a cat on back and fatal results KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. follow, with hurried examination took the view that fence, for instance. Union Stock Yards, E. UJ. CITE, IWiJfit, ItiimgttD, Ij. alarming frethe problem should read, "aud the parThis powder will bo effective, replied quency. All of ERABY, BIBLE. MEDICAL, AND COM80 and 110 rods." Either the physician, after compounding allel sides Cincinnati, O MERCIAL COLLEGES. these troubles seems simple and fair. Aud it docs prescription. -THE-- arc catarrh, and Course 81 Tuition for Literary and Bible not requira a knowledge of Geometry, . When do I take it doctor? Telephone 7346. year. More than twenty teachers. cannot exist jrymnaslum. Thousands of successful alumni. las some may think.., to 'solve it 'either You don't take it. Give it to the cat where the membrane are clean aatt ; Social and moral welfare of students receive .t(.niinn rnn to both sexes. ltFor way. ii'Xt 0A11 information regard inff live In a little milk. healthy. )ly37-catalogues address the President. stock cheerfully furnished. - Consign Bellevinc that you will not hesitate Davis, Fayetteviue, xenn Mrs. Loa 12 W. Short St., Lexlnijton, Ky. Coughing injures aud inflames sore tells fa her letter how Dr. Hartman'a eept7-l- y your stock direct to us. to print tho foregoing thus righting an From the first dose the J. "WXASTJIItS,- Ixejrltter. cured One Minute Cough Cure rrc&t catarrh romedv. unintended wrong (as I am forced to lungs quiet and rest begin: the Tmilr meals and centrally located cents I loosens the cold, allays coughiagnd her of la grippe and serioas lung com Most convenient 25 cents. Lndirlnn 25hotel In believe), I am most respectfully, tickling in the throat tbe city. Fine equipped bar in connection. quickly. The best cure for plication. Sho says: heals Ciias. W. Bell, ceases; the spasm weakchildren. Douplas & Wells. Member of State Board of Examiners. "I was afflicted with, a disease com cough .disapens; the 60 YEARS' monly known as la grippe two years P. S. I am unable to get any other pears. Eo not wait for EXPERIENCE PANOLA. SHORT LINE TO ago; tho doctors said I had consump-tio- a. solution to the problem. In fact, I Bmw pneumonia and conand I got one bottle, of feel saro m saying mat mere is no sumption but cut short my cough stopped. the second uiirht "Twas a famous" cold snap, SALOON PARLOR other; for that reason it is not an "in your cold without delay. I took several bottles, and I will say problem." No work has been-douWHEN IN TOWN. determinate on the farms that I believe I would be a dead woman Dr. Ayer's Cherry PecC. W. Bell. hero this winter. Best Line to bow if it had not been for toral Plaster should be Rejoinder to foregoing will be found Thermometers varied all the way Mary M. Pruitt, Palp, Mo., says: IDcatoN ARKANSAS, TEXAS, Coolest and most refreshing1 ever the lungs of every peron insido page. Ed. Climax. from 22 to 31 below, here. COP'fflKSHTa 4c Medicine Co., Columbus, O. ot armies tnat can toe iouna Anyone senatec a sketch sn& desertastea nay son troubled with a coagi. Wheat is frozen out some, but there " I had la grippe for three successive MEXICO oolcklr nscertatn onr opinion: re wlwW.ao Mr. S. A. Faekler. Editor of tho in the eitv are disoensed Invention is probably patantasifc Casssmriea. tighter hold Doctor. rwK tlom ntrtctl eonaasntUl. Bawlb-ioksWrite Micanopy (Fia) Hustler, with his wlfo is enough for a fair crop, if it should years; it seemed to get a and accommo by te sent free. Oldest amcr jor !aHuraatats. seemed I was in AND CALIFORNIA. nc me each rear. It no more. . FitimU taken tbroosh Mui111 Ob. raeelT and children, suffered terribly from suffer helped the charm. mciatnUiee. wlthoat dating clerks. the iaws of death. What had I uuman louriss oiccuius Write JrtrinE La Grippe. Ono.Mlnnte Uougii Cure - Mr. and Mrs. (who are uteyi) are me before would not do me any good. vllle every Thursday night and runs through fre.ly all tbe lrtieubrsta yoorttSfc Sswaiaca Water .Ke4 m Taa. Otaaia was tho only remedy that help them suBenajs considerably; tlie iofmecfrom f hlv an advertisement of T.H ui what JIJ9SSS' Toa agent for particulars or write Chtrry Ask your ticket teen with our prompt reply, wmw A haadsomely IllastraMd wl:l MatWI MiIOPCCr-"i'it cured me, ton H. Fowler. Traveling Passenger Age, It acted quickly. Thousands of others oieranartiMn, trie latter from.ta. jtnppe, reared two boUl-trill leeelre a cnlaMw of any attentate Jqanii Louisville, Ky. ace. rair: four months. SL Botdhl 0 - n ivn. Little Part taholton has fottoN wall I have sot felt ssn Ibis remedy as a specific for La Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to Free Second St. Phon9 3. taJ fa aajr war you iiempnia ana new j rtrtwned I Yw war Grippe, and its exhauKliug after effect. Is'111, "d Mia KatyJBeuW arseea usms, as r nu. sa I WM 1 - K Fl I QMS. ... 'mrOSMOND, KY. u limiVHl smssHBaaaMiaMNsMslBrwavaaaWBl" I DoufsUu 4 W1W- t .1. mvCAH , -' 'from rioting relatiraa in Lcsiagtoa. I , ' f.r. P. A.. r.Mra. i, rr.. IV V.'VH c A.e.F.AlMiswUie. Equitable. Life, ttt "God willing, may He give us His presence and enlighten tho minds of the people for wo are very dark on this subject and the Bars are flooding our land with this accursed fire, and men and women are being devoured by it." May God bless the efforts of tho few who were brave enough to stand up for the right. "The sin, tho shame, the sorrow. CO., HEW YORK. Fanny Wilson is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Lane. Quito a number of Estill county boys, of the Fourth Kentucky, came home Sunday on a special train. Mr. Joe Vaughn, of Kansas City Mo., went to Hardwick's Cre.ek Wed" Miss INO CURE-N- O PAY Acres We Don't i THE NEW METHOD TREATMENT, original with DrJ. K. k. K.. vill lK)li- -' tivcly euro forever any form of Ulocxl or I Sezcal disrate. It is tUt result of 30 j years' experienco in tho treatment of I tne;o mseajc. i hi m Want a Cent Of your money unless you F wanted territory. 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. CTD - ciij. 1 CTD . 150,000 a. s, Bed-roo- m . & d, 3 w 3 Suiters... In Bird's-Ey- e Golden and Antique Oak.... Maple, Mahog-an- ', Kennedys Kergam 122 Fourth St., NjfBeantifnl Brass and Folding Beds. Elegant Sideboards. Extension and Center Tables. "0dd Dressers. Chiifoniers. NjParlor Cabinet Book Cases.. THat Racks, Etc., Etc. There is also on display in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever brought to llichmond. My selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette, Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot be excelled. A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and Corduro', just received from the city. Clothes Hampers-- , Scrap and Work Baskets, Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attractive additions to our business. If you are a lover of beauty it will pay you to call and bay line of Framed Pictures, Medallions, &e. We also make a specialty of froin-kidne- J, y: Paint For News and Opinions The (H Sun Contains Both. 31-3- 0 We have an limited quantity of black paint, suitable for barns, Iron Fences, Gutters, &c. framing pictures. or Our line is full and complete, aud in charge of Mr. M. G. Brown, a graduate embalmer and funeral director. It will pay you to call on me before, purchasing elsewhere. See-en- d 7- News-Enterpri- se ...Mr S light Intor-Collegia- to Ir 2 tn -- NEVILLE T MO PHONE 23.S1X Successor to J. S. Collins. a ." Drum ' A BOON TO MANKIND.' DR' TABLET'S i heart-breakin- .... Paints f BUCKEY! 4 . 3 30 7Z hl-K3in-a! 2 33 2 zz o- my tn f i "nrrjfin ' 1 w CURI - well-dress- A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. TUBES, DY MAIL, 76 CENTS; BOTTLES, 50 CENTS. JAMES F. BALLARD, ce .1 Sole Proprietor, - - 310 Kcrih Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. c Slop For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druggists. J"15"1'- - non-parall- el Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED e 1863. i JAMES T. HAMILTON, Pkopbietoii. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. irritable. j- Dr. Louis Landman EFENDING W.H.Hoshal&Co. tri-aug- lo 1 FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who aro contomrilntinc buying Marble. Granite, or any kind of Ometprv Work, will find it to their interest to call at tho old stand in tiio rear of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand a largo stock or lltiishca work to select iroin.at prices to suit ail ciufsoh.i buvers.. sCir"Mn. W. G. UOUOHEU, one! of the best workmen In Centrali . . .i r. , KentuCKy, 18 in cnarpe oiour csmoiisumenninii una means rausiacitiy muik living at a distance should write to us for designs, in every phase. Parties which will bo furnished on application. YOUlt PATRONAGE SOLICITEDTRl a hub en flyer's Cherrg pectoral Ciltlc, logs QO-TO m .' English Kitchen, JRMES A D. HK7ytIL-TOr- M. AH Proprietor. Work Gtfaranteed. KEPAIRINQ AND TIMEING TINE WATCHES -- BrauiAuii, a, 1 Pe-ru-- New Orleans e mm. "JMM Aaj its up-to-da- 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. Pe-ru-- r tothe ect?faf;r' .: t REMEMBER You can buy more GROCERIES for less money at Thurman's than anywhere on Earth. Giye as a call." a. un. Z. ar e ad X Jo Thtjrman COB. 1 p , W Gocey Co., f IVT. AND CHKAPSIDE, tUUJIMUiNJU, fit 1! I! - - . . V ' I The Richmond Climax. a E. WOODS, Associate Editor. 1, The wealth of the multimillionaires is not equal to good health. Riches without PUBLISHKUIVERY WEDNESDAY BT The Columbia Herald proposes to DEATHS The Climax Printing Co. publish a list of girls who can cook, health are a curse, and yet the wash and iron. Better publish the rich, the middle classes and Our attention has been called bv a names of the yonng men who- - don't Mi)o51'"'teacTief of this county to some y PRICK PKIt YEAR, $1.50. chew, smoke, drink, gamble and swear. the poor alike have, in Hood's Wednesday prooiems in arithmetic last at the home of herson- - riaicuious Win. llagan,' near iCirksville. which wero recently submitted to the it wouldn't take half as much space Sarsaparilla, a valuable asJIu. Aixjrk wont resign and will nd might induce ono of the cooks to funeral ceremony bv nov. itios. is. county schools, and if the State,. Suner- . .,. .. r in getting and mainHubert, followed by interment in tho uuenueui. is uiiiy oi propounuiug anu hardly bo fired. His name '.horefore offer soma youth the protection of her sistant ' the State Board of Education is guilty Richmond Ceruetcrv. Deceased It nearly SO years of flge, and wrs all was ot approving them, then tho woodcock's shonkl be changed to Kutsoll Asbistns strong right arm. Give tho boys a taining perfect health. her Alger. disappoints. never chance. Post. - life a consistent member of the Meth- remarks are in order. Hero are two of WEDNESDAY, MCII. -- under tho mistaken idea that tbo Washington iravestigatiori is into the quality of beef furnished the soldiers. It is carried on for the purpose of ascertaining it there is any way to pun-Mil1P99. for daring to commit less mnjesto with Mr. Alger as the offended one. The country is evidently laboring "Durability is Better Than Show." BIRTHS- Ciiexatjlt, i a"Weplyjb1tme STATE iiwncri! BOARD OF EX S WE HAVE PLENTY OF COAL, ) MS Conjrratulattons are be ing showered upon Mr. and Mrs.JThoa., Our Contention Sustained by Facts V' uougias Uiienanit, Jr., nee .miss xstur.i Walker, upon the advent, Friday last, GliNTLKMAN: of a son. His father's IndusOn February S, tho Climax called try and his mother's disposition would ornament the character of the coming the Board oi Examiners and Superin man. tendent Davidson to account in the fol' lowing article: ' ' BIDIOULOtJS 'QUESTIONS. I 7rf 71f 7f 7f Tfs 7S Vi' 9s M lllus--trats'- d. And can fill orders Onr Pine promptly. Knot and Straight Creek Coals can not be excelled. We also handle Hay, Corn, etc. Tele- 3 Are you married? . 44 4 phone 21, near R.N.I. & B. Depot, Terms, in-la- Strictly Cash. NEFF & MILLION, . 1 g to any particular house, if so get a divorce and buy where you can get the BEST GOODS fqrid' LEAST MONEY. Come to my store and convince" yourself of the wonderful reductf6nwinHV"raps, Goods, Underwear, "Wool Hosiery, Blankets, Comforts and Notions of all kinds. I mean Di-'est- s a friend in the land of flowers Aside from its politics, which are as tho Climax learns that Jack Frost rank as high weeds in warm weather, befailed in his oflorts to hit Florida the Lonisvillo Commercial is printirg low the orange belt. some mighty interesting and at the Seven hundred Philippino warriors same time wise and patriotic editorials fighting for iudependened wero slain anent tile municipal rottenness of its by the- - American troops one day last home town. It is to bo regretted that week. At that rate "benevolent as- those utterances have a general appli similation" will begin where total ex- cation, so widespread is the evil of mis governed cities. A volume Is contermination leaves off. Fiiom Scrofula "Three years ago our son, odist church. She leaves three chilnow eleven, had a serious case of scrofula dren, Mrs. Wm. Hagau and Mr. Harry Parkes,ol this county, and John Parkcs, and erysipelas with dreadful sores, discharging and itching constantly. He could not of Kansas City, Mo. walk. Several physicians did not help tor Mahtix. The death of anothor sixteen months. Three months' treatment aged saint occurred last Wednesday with Hood's Sarsaparilla made him per- when Mrs. Isancy Martin passed to her fectly well. We are glad to tell others o it." reward alter tsi long years of lire. For Mas. David Laird, Ottawa, Kansas. Nausea " Vomiting spells, dizziness nearly a quarter of a century she had and prostration troubled me for years. beeir a faithful member of the Gilead Had neuralgia, grew weak and could not church, and besides mnny friends she sleep. My age was against me. but Hood's leaves lour children: Mrs. hllzabeth My Ileathman; Mrs. Isabel Tudor and Mrs. Sarsaparilla cured me thoroughly. weight Increased from 125 to 143 pounds. I Lucy A. Long, all of Madison, and one densed into this one paragraph from am the mother of nine children. Never felt m. Martin, of I'ayetto county. so well and strong since I was married as I son, the Commercial : O.VB year ago lost Saturday wheat M. Boacs. One of the oldest and wealth OTi par bushel. "Louisville is wonderfully endowed do now." Mas. C. A. Watees, 1529 33d St., SaturLast brought $1 Washington, D. lest citizens, ol Madison, passed away day it brought only S2J cents. But by nature. It is pitifully handicapped Eczema-- " We had to tie the hands of on Wednesday last, when Joseph S. by man. When shall its people our two year old son on account of eczema Hoggs was called up higher. Mr. Boegs year, which there was an election Inst relief from burdens imposed upon on face and limbs. No medicine even had not been a well man since lost necessitated a false show of prosperity them by their own servants? When helped until we used Hood's Sarsaparilla, which ovon wheat producers did not will they rise up and overwhelm the which soon cured." Mas. A. Vax Wyck, 123 Fall beingofconfined to his bed with an affection Montgomery Street, Paterson, K. J. the heart. Deceased would enjoy, for they had sold long before forces that are shutting out its chance have reached his 80th birthday ou July to grow?" do-ma- the rise came. CoMMRXTiXft upon the resignation of Judge Barr, the Franklin Favorite says that nearly every Itopublican in Ken tucky who can road and write is hop ing to succeed him. And here's fearing the place will bo awarded to tho man with the biggest political pull instead of tho biggest ju dicial mind. There is nn almost universal belief that private individuals have no rights that corporations are bound to respect. As these organizations obtain their privileges from goverpment and as Itood'i P1IU care liver lilt; tha only catliirttc to take with llood' and Suraiparlllt. a just government is based upon the consent of the individuals composing it, bly locate near Indianapolis. Mrs. W. T. Lafferty and Mrs corporations are first and last creatures Lebus, of Cynthiana, are and not creators, are subjects and not Clarence Mrs. M. M. Harber. guests of rulers. In view of the lamentable igMrs. C. F. Burnam entertained at norance of The Franklin Favorite thus jests serting themhis rights or fearful of as dinner Friday evening in honor of Miss when opposed by corpora Susan Hume and Her guests. wilh George: Miss Maydwell. of Carapbellsyille, is "Yesterdav was tho birthday of tions, every citizen should know bis ex 'Fatlior George.' He was born 1G7 years act relation to these organizations and visiting Mrs. G. M. Willging ou West ago and according to all reports was maintain his rights. Upon this subject Mam street and Mrs. A. M. White. Misses Marcaretta. Smith and Floria one of the most popular old gentlemen Mr. Bryan, in an address before the will go to Louisville his neighborhood. Ho was first in Minnesota Legislature last week, admi Chenault the guests of Miss Booker. in to be rablv states the case: most things war, peace, etc., but not Misses Helen and Laura Bennett en As a legislator myself for a very short in marriage, hnviag married a win time, I felt often the need of some rule tertained at Cinque Monday evening, dow." ("Two Thick." that word win in honor oi Misses iiurnam and uveraii, dow "spiles" your paragraph. Ed. or measuro or standard by which to Miss Julia Higgins will probably re judge questions, becauso if we were Cl.I3I.UC.) stop next obliged to judge each question by its turn over week from Washington, a snort while at Huntington ping Commksd us to the Kentucky editor, merits, we would have no time to enter Miss Maria Lewis Booker, of Louis who, lika H. J. Newlon, spurus tho im into an exhaustive study of the new ville, wlio was the guest last week of putation that whiskv has givon great questions which arise from time, and Mrs. J. Louis BOoker, returned home Saturday. lies to our Cor.iinomvenlth. In a witty there is such a rule. It is one you can On Tuesday evening, March the speech in Congress lately accept, no matter what party you be seventh. The Richmond Social Clul and wonderful long to, and that is this: That in will give its next Champ Clark used this language: derman. Mr. . XI. Whether the inquiring cause is the dealing with the fictitious person, Shackelford will lead. climate, the soil, the water, the lime called a corporation, you can not afford Mrs. Kate Adams Milward and son stone, or the whiskey (of Kentucky) I to give that fictitious person any higher Mr. Geo. Milward, and her nephew do not know, but the fact remains. and niece, ArtRur and Mary Joplin, of Commenting upon tho above Mr. right or privilege than we give to the xvuxuigiuu, are iuks ouuiu jiuS' natural person. sell. Newlon says: 4 "The created big man.is not entitled Miss Florence Overall, the charming "This is but another way of putting thnt old gag about "pretty women, fast to greater consideration at the hands of guest, ot Miss busan Mume, returned to St. Louis yesterday. She made many horses and HKd whisko.V. wlucli is a man than is the individual created bj mends hero who will warmly welcome Almighty God and placed here to carry downright insult to women and horses. her return. Mr. Clark knows well enough that no out the divine will. In other words, Mr. Spencer Smith, of Harrodsburjr, when wo come to deal with the corpo- was the guest or ins brother, Mr. Mer Kentuckinn, or Missourian either, as to that, can contrihuto his greatness to ration we hayo got to sco to it that it nweather bmitn, or U. v., last ruesday, He attended the dance given by tho C. whiskv. Some of our greatest men does not exact from tho Legislature u. uotiiuon tjiun. The Wallers Parly. any groator privilege than we are will havo. however, roached wonderful Mr. B. W. Turner, who returned on ing to afford to tho individual." The following article concerninc the heights in spite of whisky. Had they Saturday from a visit to Missouri, went Walters Pattv Portrait Company, who kept from under its influence there is no ontoXsew xorklor ins spring coo us have on exhibition at Moberley's arwhich he promises will be as handsome cade some of the finest portraits over tolling what they might havo achieved, as any ever Brought to tins city. shown in Richmond, was taken from Mr. Harry B. Hanger tells us that the Mt. Sterling Gazette: Tjik Louisville Commercial is tho Mr. II. B. Hanger spent Sunday at he has rather enjoyed thebalmy.weath x pese popular artists, in only paper in Kentucky that has had Arlington. er of the recent past in Michigan previous issues, and .whomentioned Mt, came to Col. C. D. Chennult- was in Cincin where the thermometer was no higher oiening so nigniy recommeiideU, are the temerity to attack the Whisky Com as low as 40 degrees below already making themselves famous m tuan bine. And it is daily exposing the in- - nati Sunday. this city. It is not probable that our wnrdnessjof that schomo which it says Miss Sallie Lain has gone to Lexing hello. We are in receipt ol a delightful let people will ever have another sucl will eventuate in a groat "scoop" of the ton lor a protracted visit. ter from Rev Edmund II. Burnam, of chanco to secure work of distillors, whereby they will simply J. J. Greenleaf spent Saturday with Xjuray, va., enclosing cash for the Cia graue, so artistically and tho highest beautitully buy their own properties and pay Mr, lrienus in isicnoinsvine. max ior next vear. His communica liniBhed. In tho snow windows at Stnll a handsome commission on tho The Whist Club met with Mrs. G tion is of such general interest that we Samuel & King s, three pieces are on regret he imposes silence upou us. exhibition this week, portraits of Judge tianaction. This is one of many eye W. Evans Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Smith. Jr.. will si. j. rotors, jus. Ada uruton uottaud openers of the Commercial, and we " Major Matt Adams, of Winchester, shortly begin housekeeping in tbo Sim tho twin daughters of Bruce Duty. All commend it to our local distillers for is visiting xurs. u. w. miner. mons property on J.aucaster .avenue agree that better work could not be their contemplation: Col. John D. Harris spent several next to Mr. J. E. Greenleaf. The produced, and there is universal praise house will be overhauled and when for tho artists. Mr. Wattera and his "Again wo feel constrained to remark days in Louisville last week. assistants have tho faculty of catching ... . on behalf of the distillers of.tliis State Miss Flora Samuels, of Lexington, is complete the interior will be one of the .mo imiuiusi, utuaus wuu penect uuei-it-i r. l most attractive in our city of beautiful who have given Mr. Soli options on visiung juiss nne .ueunoit. to tho originals. The'y havo also homes. their properties, that they would like Col. J. Stone Walker spent several W. D. Weatherford, of West Lincoln completed for Mrs. J. M. Pickrell a por tmif nf lior fntlinr tl.u lnla It Ti..1, to see the color of his money. We uays in i.auisviiie last. week. was in Danville Monday. Mr. Weath of Sharpsburg; portraits of the late H Khould be glad to see somo millions of Mrs. B. L. Middelton entertained erford recently returned from a sojourn J. Baird and wife for Mayor Paird; a in Philadelphia, where ho went for portrait of Mrs. XI A. Mitchell. cold cash unloaded in Kentucky in ex the Cccilian Club on the 22nd. Ono of the benefit of his health, and is now change for a choice assortment of ou Mr. Lncey Moffett spent Sunday with looking and feeling better than he has the most difficult pieces of work was , ,. t n. .1 the making of a potrait of the late Ellis taugle-foo- t factories, but there will be ins urouicr, ivir. n. .w. Aioueit. for a long time. Danville Advocate. uean. it was made from tin no profit for anybody in swapping real Miss Mary Evans charmingly enter- Dr. Hugh R. Gibson left on Sunday typo taken when ho was 85an old old years mo .cast to no gone several weeks. .nr. t auers auucu auout L'U years' age and valuable machinery for taineu ner lrienus last Saturday. ior estate handsomely engraved stock certificates Mr. R. E. Turley will entertain the In his absence his practice will be 10 it anu succeeded m making a portrai looked after by his brother, Dr. W. that is a perfect likenebs and highly ulght. in a Now .Ifrsey corporation that nl rranuenutai uiub Moss Gibson. Dr. Gib3on will visit satisfactory to tho family. Other par- ready smacks uioio of water than of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wntters left ves Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York, tics men to maKc a satisiactory por terday for a business trip to Pinevilie. in tlu latter place taking a post gradu- trait of Mr. Dcau without success. Dr. whiskey." Dean was so hiirhlv nlpasod tli.it. In. Mr. A. It. Todd, of Kingston, has ate course in Medicine and Surgeiy. At a meeting in Washington City, placed an order for a" duplicate picture Miss Lucritia Ciav was unanimously Miss Lucy Adams Crooko. of Louis elected State ltegent for Kentucky. oi ins intiier. ville, is the guest of Miss Marie Har- - Miss Clay is the only daughter of James The Faculty Firm. B. Clay and a grand daughter of the i! ber. An Interesting controversy amon great Commoner. Her election is a Mr. Richard Stoll, of Lexington, was source her many the students of C. U. was settled by tue guest :ast. weeK ot jur. v. w. Trib friends ol satisfaction to that it was tho Faculty on Monday. Some wcek3 Lexington, Ivy. who feel however ble. no more tnan a merited honor, Lex- ago tho societies empowered the six contestants for tho honor of represent Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smith loft Sat. ington Gazette. University at the urday for Cincinnati to be gone several Miss Susnn Hume was hostess at a ing the nays. most enjoyable euchre party Thursday ate Oratorical, to select their chairman for tho preliminary contest. Accord Miss Katherine Cohen, of Versnillns evening. About thirty couples wero ingly the speakers unanimously elected is visiting her brother. Mat, on Second invited to meet Misses Burnman and Mr. Harry Moffctt, a popular student Overall. The game lasted till twelve sireec. o'clock, after which delightful refresh- and ono eminently worthy of the Mrs. Cnrpenter. of Stanford, is tho ments wero served. Then beautiful honor. A disgruntled crowd set about guest of her daughter at Madison In prizes were awarded, and all present to deprive him of the honor, and they stitute. pronounced it one of tho most delight- instigated au uprising- that threatened tho success of the contest as they supMiss Mary Clay Lilly, of Cynthiana ful functions of the season. posed. It did arouse some needless Is the gue6t of her sister, Mrs. Thos. hard feelings and drew to their support $100 to-dof-th- -- what did it bring a barrel'', "A farm had two of Its four sides parallel and two not parallel: distance between parallel sides, 75 rods: length of sides, 80 rods and 110 rods, rcsiectivcly; find area in acres." This last example was submitted to the foremost mathmatician in 'Ken tucky and he (nnd others) pronouuees it incapable of soluiiin. Tho first ex ample answers its own question $3.C2i a oarrci, although tue purchaser was a fool for selling sugar so cheap. But the examination pnner lies before us. "Approved by the Siate Board of Uducation," who are guilty of having supplied more such silly questions that have been "approved" and used at our common schools examinations. On our first page y we print, a re ply to the above, from a member of 10, next All his mature life ho had been a successful agriculturist and stock your Board, Prof. Chas. W. Boll, of rniser.and leaves n fortune worth SoO.- - Harrodsbnrg.wbo says he and the other uuu to his wire and rour children, Mrs, member. Prof. Clarke, of lliudman, are W m. L. Arnold. Mr. James T. Bocm nnu iur. joo t. iioggs, or this city, and responsible lor the questions to which Mrs. James F. Shisher, of Middles- - the CliiMAX took exception. uorougn. no lunerai eeremonv was itemying to the gentleman s com conducted by his old friend, Elder L. munication, the Climax sees no reason H. Iteynolds, followed bv interment whatever for receding from its position, in the ltichmond Cemetery on Fridav taken with perhaps more positivity auernoon than politness, and consequently we (Joplin-Hum- e stand pat on our original proposition ! Nuptials. Mrs. Rella Harber Hume and Mr. Tho questions are silly, and, dismissing Joseph Joplin will be married at tho first one with Prof. Bell's charac lzvu p. m., at the residence of the terization of it as "meaningless," wo bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. turn to ihe "catch" problem about the Harbor, on High street. There will be no attendants, no decorations, and but farm. We pronounced it incapable of few witnesses, immediate relatives of solution, in other words that there is tho contracting parties. In fact the no one proper answer to it, but an inceremony, performed bv Rev. T. K Hubert, will bo wholly devoid of osten finite number. Therefore, it is an 'in tatious accompaniments, owing to rc determinate" proposition, and wo are cent bereavements in the brido's'family surprized that jthe State Board of Ex The bride, who is the young widow of aminers should propound to school chil the Into Curtis Burnam'Hume. was dren such a question, which Prof. Bell the Miss Rella Harber, one e most beautuui and uistir popular society alleges is incapable of but ono correct belles of Richmond. Mr. Joplin is not solution. a stranger hero having visited his rela We aver that it is susceptible of tives here someyears ag- o- the Wliites. not only one, answer, but a million, a Millers, Russells and Letchers. He is an admirable young man, who, for billion In fact there is no limit to the eleven years, held a very responsible-- ! nuinler. To prove first that the pro clerical position with the Union fossor's solution is not the only one Pacific Kailroad, at Omaha, Neb. At the outbreak of the Spanish war he enlisted and since last May has been stationed at Manila wirii a Nobraska regiment of which he va3 secretary to' tno uuarterinastur. lie obtained an nonorable discharge and returned to America on Fob. 1G, and upon the, re I N? turn ot Air. and Mrs. Joplin to Omaha ho will resume his lutirativo railroad M position. Howevor, bofore departing for the west the couple will return to Richmond after a short visit to rolati ves fe of the groom among them Mrs. Kato Milward, at Lexingtoii. non-parallto-da- Bought 27.5 barrels f sugar for $153.75 and sold It at $3,021 a barrel : the silly questions: Taxes or War! Sli'erilT Colyer is determined to do his duty. Levying- and selling will be an every dav business until all 1898 taxes are paid. .Look out for your pigs, calves, old clothes and Fortify yourselves dishes. and be ready. The death blow may strike any day, and don't forget that death and taxes are a certainty. - DON'T FORGET That our line of Men's Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best in the city. I also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls. My stock of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only a few prices that are now making them go : Blankets, 10-- for 3Sc. to $5.00. Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50c. Ladies' Vests, 15c. and up. a o Hose, 19c. Ladies' ?? Spool Cotton, 1c. and up. ::! 4, All-wo- ol V.V:. '..0 100-Yar- d II T. Lamb, Admr. ot Ann Kecne, Airalnst John W. Keene, Etc. Dfts Notice of Sals in Enuitr. By virtue of a Judgment and ord er of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court, rendered at the January Term thereof, 1839. In the above style ise, me undersigned win, on Yards Lace, 5c. Handkerchiefs, le. and up. Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up. Brown Cotton, 3c. per yard. 12 Spool Silk, 5e. Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. Overcoats, $2.50 and up. Always watch for my advertisement, I can save you money. Monday, March 6th, 1899, the hours of 11 o'clock a. m., and 12 o'clock mi, at the Court Houso door in Itich- mcnu, Madison county, Kentucky, (being March County Court day,) proceed to expose to Public Sale, to the hiirest bidder, the follow ing described property, viz: a certain tract, oi lana, tyine in juaaison county, Ky., on the waters ot Otter Creek, con (S3) acres, and adjoining tne taining nity-nv- e lands of Sol Smith, E. II. McCreary and II. II. Tudor, and being the same land conveyed to Annie Keene uy wm. Warner, October is, 1865. TERMS. Sale will he made on a credit ot 6 aud 12 months equally. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with good security, for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a judgment, bearing legal interest from the day ot sale, with alien reserved noon said nronertv until all the cur ettage money is paid. S. E. SCOTT, Master commissioner ju. u. v. Between feb22-2- X0WEN tr-- f McKEE Richmond. Kv. Cor. Main and 1st Sts. M K jilc jj i jjtr bIt 31 it jfar jnlx jc ale six U ! M 6J M N 9k R H R rtin itTiri i wm Mi am jw V You tell your folks that when in need of anything in the Hardware, Tinware or Stove line, not to stop until they get to the Old Reliable House of D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. The3r are now buyingfor PERSONAL,. - we present this diagram, which speaks for itself; It maintains every given dimension specified in tho original question, and yet is absolutely as correct as tho one on our first page, to which Prof. Bell claimsa patent light. this problem and compare Just it with our diagram : "A field has 2 of its 4 sides parallel and 2 not parallel; distance between parallel sides 75 rods; length of noil parallel sides 110 and SO rods respective find area in acres-- " Now haying refuted his claim that there is no other solution except his we proceed to demonstrate, by the fol lowing diagram, tho limitless number of possible solutions. re-re- And receiving the Largest and Most Complete Stock (for the Spring trade), that ever came to Richmond. e experience in the hardware business and they think they know the people's They have had a wants. They xive prepared to sell you anything in the hardware line for less monejT than you can get the same goods anywhere. Now when you are not trading with S. & Co., just keep your hand on your rabbit foot and your eye peeled lor noodoos. life-tim- D, B. "Ouk Rood church people pereist in sending missionaries to China. India and other places to enlighten the heathen. There is urgent need for these dlciples at home, if we are to judge according to the numher of unprovoked murders taking place daily." Shackelford & Co. Our Goods AND Pantograph. !. 1.1-- 1 . y ' Sl. Good argument you thus make against expansion nlso. To civillzo with the sword and christiauizo with the cannon, is not written in the Constitution of Our Prices the United States. Call Compel j'ou to trade with us i. Monday will bo Court Day. in and renew your subscription. when you give us a trial. " .i Public Sale son, deceased, As CiFiBrower&Co AAA.. . administrator of B. B. I will on Cornell- - Saturday, Marc Intcr-Collo- ci Morris ilrs, - No one has succeeded yet in designing An Easy Chair that for all around service ' gives more solid comfort and contentment than the Morris Chair. 11. iiart. Mrs. Georgia P. Duncan, of Danville, is visiting tho family of Mrs. John W. urooKe. Mr. Joe Vaughn, of Kansas City, fliossoun, is visiting air. and Mrs. W, YV. Pig. h its users k, At. Any Ms. Mrs. C. D.'Chenault and family spent several ciays last wecic with friends in Versailles. .Messrs. N. L. Bach man and Owen Sfrother visited friends in Lexington last week. Mrs. Leeds, of Paris, is the guest of ner sons, Messrs. wni. and Leeds, i on t. left Sunday for Chicago to visit We do not agree with tha tion,parents. ner sarcastic Frenchman who Mr. Madison B. Bosworth, of Holli called American home life daysburg. Pa., arrived yesterday to t:.ii. i rum fciieei. Mrs. II. S. Morgan, of Whites Sta "A mat'ter merely of easy chair, house coat and slip pers. JHut uiere is no doubt that in trinity is found one of the outward and visible forms of do mestic happiness. 2gryou cannot invest money in a cuair tuat win give you Try as much satisfaction. visu lrienus. lleward. 5100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least ono dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all its stages and that is Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Cure is tho only positive- - cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken iuternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system, thereby destroying the foundation of tho disease, and giving tho patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in Its curative powers, that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of Testimonials. Address, F.J. Ciienev & Co. ,To- ledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggist, 75 cents. Hall's Family Pills are tho best, lm one. You will like it. We have put six on special sale this week At $'6.75 Oak or Mahogany frames, any color of cushion. CiFiBrower&Co i MAIN AND BROADWAY, LEXINGTON, KY. septMjr ourg Just weeK. Aucxander-Caixaha- n. Near Red Miss Mary Little will return homo late noxt week. At present sho is at Houso last Thursday, Mr. Win. Alexuammore. ander and Miss Mondy Collins wero marriage by Rev. T. Q. MarMr. Jeff Morgan, of Whites Station united in was In Lexington last week on a court tin.. CiiniSTiAK-TiioMrsoMr. Robert ing expediuon. Christian, of Walnut Mr. Will Stone, of Frankfort, spent county, and Miss Lena Hills, Fayette Thompson, of aunuay wuu nis granuparents, mr. and this county, wero married in Louisjoud u. xiurriM. ville last Thursday. Miss Mynne "Wagers returned SaturFhask-LccaRev. Graham Frank day night from a month's visit to rela and Miss Emma Lucas will be married tives in uinctnnatu at the home of the bride's father, Rev. MissTempio Oldham left yesterday C. S. Lucas, at Allegheny, Pa., on ior Cincinnati to purennse new styles March 9. The groom, who is pastor of tho Christian church at Nicholasville, oi spring millinery. Is well known and highly' thought of Mr. Henry White was admitted as a in this county. Ho was a schoolmate momber of the German. Club at its nt Ky. University of Rov J. Robort last business meeting. Boatman, now of Pineville. Mrs C. J. Myers and Miss M. Larkin, Goodi.et-Keiti- i. On Thursday afof Lexington, visited Mr. and Mrs. ternoon last at 2 o'clock, at tho resiWill Myers last week. dence of the bride's parents. Capt. and Mrs. R. E Turley entertained at din- Mrs. John Keith, thu city, Mnudo ner Thursday evening in honor of Mr. Keith and Mr. F. L. Goodlet wero united in marriage. Roy. Jasper it. Smith and Mrs. Joo Cheuault. performed tho ceremony, after which Mr. W. D. Oldham was called to Mr. and Mrs. Goodlet left for a visit to Sjnday by the illness'of his friends in Fayette. Tho bride was for lather, who is critically ill. sometime organist at tho Second PresMr. William Hocker, of Kansas City, byterian church and possesses a voice is visiting Mrs. Thos. Phelps, at that has added much to private and public entertainments. Her Jiasba-H- l "Dreaming Creek Heights." hi a member of the firm of Good let, A; Albert Bos e, of Brasfteld, kit Satur- IJolton, ;wd is a most estimable yotmg day ior MiUdletown, O., bat will pjoba awn, x. s. g has been tho guest of Mrs. Hanger, returned to Flemings- Miss Fant, who MARRIED. Tbo length of the parellol sides not being given we l'sjve a rigbt to assume them to ba any lebgth we wish. There fore, we can extend tbo parallel siJe to AG, to AT, and so on to metnberof either literary society.' As ABtoAE, there is no law prescribing tho qualifi- infinity. The other parallel DC, can cations of the chairman, and as there likewise indefinitely extended, to DF, are several precedents to sustain Mr. to DH, or to DJ, etc., without in the Mdffett's election, tho boys wpro dead slightest violating any of the specifica- -. wrong and had to act ugly without a spark of reason Committees appeared tions, but retaining always tho same before the faculty nnd stated their distance between the parallels, 75 rods, cases, nnd that august tribnnal upheld arid tho length of the' Mr. Moffet's election and hence, that 80 and 110 rods respectively. deservedly popular gentleman will lines, grace the occasion as chairman on Kri Hence, every time we lengthen the day night. Be it said to tho credit of parallel lines wo increase the area; and the Insubordinatcs that they have, it is everytfmo wo shorten the parallel reported, decided to acquJcsce.. and lines we diminish the area. As we are saying nothing, which is alike creditable to them and to the boy tho can lengthen or shorten, tho parallel lines at will an infinite number of can ran over a long time ago. times, itis plain that we can get an lnfiuito number of answers, and one of Awarded which will be correct as another. Highest Honors World's Fair, Summing up, we reiterate, the question belongs the class of "indeterminate problems," and henco admits oi more than one answer, no ono of which can bo called THE correct one! While we appreciate bis skill in his diagram, Prof. Bellileceivcs himself by drawing. two right-angle- s' whoso bases are not geometrically par. allel, and arbitrarily assuming that there i3 ho other way to .solve it. One of the' questions Is "meaning- loss", while tbo other is "indetermi-- l nate", a "catch", involves a knowledge of geometry, and is not a fit question to testa'cTiilb'Ukaowledgo of arithmetic. MOST PERFECT MADE. Prof Bell ijannot yet wrest from tbo A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. venerable scnolw hero tho title of the from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,- ''Tore ta Oft Mathoraaticiatr In KenBesp., C. K. "VVooDg. 40 YJ?AS TH STAXDAJU).- tucky." non-parall- el otherwise fair minded students who had at first acquiesced in the action of the speakers, an nction which they were empowered to take. Lines wero drawn nnd tho voting strength of the opposing sides was so close that on a test Mr. Moffett was sustained by but one voto. This did not appease tho 'Knockers" and they persuaded themselves into belieyjng that a chairman of their choice .should be recognized. Here the speakers protested and four of thdtn declared that their first choice for chairman," made by due authority, with the assent of the "Knockers." should stand or they would not speak. This left a miuority of tho membors backing two speakers, without any grounds for a contention, except one. This was that Mr. Moffett was not a About the hour of 10 o'clock, a m., on the premises, one milo from Rich-m- o ml on Big Hill pike, offer for sale publicly, tho following described propy framo residence erty: One with about four (4) acres land. The houso is in excellent repair, contains seven rooms, all necessary good orchard and cistern. The Also four land is highly improved acres, unimproved land on south side of pike. At the same time and place I will sell 1 rockawav, 1 buggy horec, 1 piano, 1 set of harness, 1 milch cow, and a lot of plows, &c TERMS All sums under $10 cash In band; over that amount J cash, J in Observe that wo present above, in sue months and balance in twelve black lines, tho only solution the pro- months with interest at C per cent. fessor Is able to give. In solving his Possession given immediately. question ho forms two right-angl- e J. B. C0RNELIS0N, triangles which, is not essential atall feb22-5Administrator. Since tho length of the parallel sides is not given, right there the problem becomes "indeterminate," and any answer whatever is as correct as another so loner as the given dimensions are y '.- The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor wm 5 I m W .im n m H m - two-stor- bombastic claims. All we have to say is, we buy in the best markets of the world, select the latest goods, and when you buy you know you have fesS wmmmmiMi iimiii do 'V x the latest, up-to-da- te goods. Is that what 3rou want? If so, trade with White preserved. m sp m One-Four- th Off Clearing Sale will last. T&$$ l mm LOWING TIME Is right at hand so is the S mm Vulcan Chilled Plow, 1p! P BeH Center-C- ut is JMj ' fjjl By tlie forelock if you want the h Hi benefit of the One-Fourt- tM as m Disc Harrows. 'DR; . Our store is heavily stocked with every article found in a first-clas- s Hardware Store, such mm as Collars, Hames, Traces, Backhands, etc., mm Nails, "Wire, Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery, etc. m liOFFfi II Pi ll :; ig If CREAM "Mr. Wm. Buckley, our experienced tinner, is constantly in demand for guttering, roofing and repairing. will Mt be - na eVvy Goods such as Suits, Overcoat Shoes, Un- derwear, Hats, &c. J Jfe? MKSNG mm ... .;jr- ills. MfrD (I i. Taylor Bros. UMrsltf Ip it 111 T Ctoihter, Tfce 3hKr, The ftatier, 'JLe Ftiraisier. afftJapl i At. I 13 , Vmmtfct . F ... - , ,i!i.; , JSk t..:As., ' r TniTHnfiTn "i"rT JUST A FEW DATS -s LONGER JO QQ of- - The Busy Bee Cash Store , And our GREAT SWEEP OUT SALE will be crowded put by our immense stock 0 Sends Greetings to SALE has been a grand success. Th6 public-haIN. Our CUT-PRIC- E been treated to a feast of bargains. Our only aim was to clean out our stock of Winter Goods, and make ready for our immense Spring Line. We have a variety of bargains still left which are being taken very fast. If you havn't taken advantage of this sale you want to do so at once as the Invitation is extended to all. Remember this CUT PRICE SALE includes everything in the way of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Underwear and Neckwear. Do not fail to call and see the great cut in prices we are making on Hats. Yours for good goods at low prices. SPRING GOODS WHICH WILL SOON BE their many Friends and Patrons, wishing them a happy and prosperous Hew Year for 1899. RIC The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. AR NOLD, (SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE & RICE.) A The great Mercantile Corporation, THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CO., have made special arrangements with the manufacturers with whom they do business to make special prices for them during the year 1899, and they can promise their customers many rare bargains in all lines carried by them during the year. "''' tertain you - n , our MQTTO ENDEHBTJY, TODEESELL, wwww yw we'wwww.'wwwvww CASH v! w www xy 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. LOST! heavy plain gold ring'. Return to this ofllec and get liberal reward. A Three Card Monte Club. WE IIAYE PLENTY OF COAL. Substantiated Claims. MCH. 1, - - 1899. Paralyzed. Mrs. Henry R. Pickels was sumDr. Hobson, Dentist. moned last week to tho bedside of her The best smokor, the Proctor Knott venerable father, Mr. C. C. Burton, of Wilniore, Jessainino county, he having suffered a stroko of paralysis. Dr. Vnughtbas been elected PresiLost Umbrella. dent of the Board of Health. At some place of business about two GO cents a dozen. But Eggs brinjr weeks ago I left an umbrella with a very few are to be had nt any price. Celluloid handle, (broken!. Finder re The Vulcan plow is guaranteed. turn to J. H. Watters at Hotel Glyndon Two days trial allowed by Taylor Bros., and receive liberal reward. feb22-- ft him out in the agents. Uo and hear Dr. Great Gilt To Kentucky Tho latest fad wo have heard of is a order at Kirksville called the Three Card Monto Club, which is supposed to bo designed as a promoter to matrimony in that section. The club, which is composed "of three or four couples of Kirksville's most prominent society people, make it convenient to meet at an appointed night in each eek at some neighbor's house, and while away the time In social converse It is a source of regret to a particular handsome Caleast bachelor, who com plains that all the goodlooking girls have selected their partners, leaving new-fangl- And can fill orders promptly. Onr Pine Knot and Straight Creek Coals can not be excelled. We also handle Hay, Corn, etc. Telephone 21, near R. N.I. & B. Depot. All claims for Dr. Bell's Pino Tar Honey are substantiated by the reports from those who have used it. Coughs, colds, incipient consumption, and all bronchial affections are the diseases for which it is guaranteed to cure 25c at all good druggists. It Messrs. Noaks and John R. Owens are making a newspaper out of the Corbiu News. first-class yard-wid- e Our first offerings for the New Year will be nice Blenched Cotton, no dressing. 4c yard; Hope Bleached Cotton, Londsdale finish, 5c yard; Green Ticket Londsdale Bleached Cotton, 6c yard; fruit of the loom Bleached Cotton. Ge 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. e Customers are not limited as to the quantity of their purchase. We havo our ware rooms full of all kinds of domestic goods and as long as these special prices are named on them customers can buy what they want. We will offer good calicoes at 3c; American indigo blue calico, 4c; new red calicoes, best brands, 4c; American shirtings, new styles, 31c; Simpson's black and mourning prints, 4c Ninety Per Cent. Terms. Strictly Cash. NEFF & MILLION. cold.- - An Evening in Palestine. llenson at Court On Saturday last Robert "Breckin House next Tuesday night, March 7, on An illusttated lecture witii appropri ridge Halligan, a formet dupil of Pres. "Fools." ate songs, by Prof, J. W. McGarvey, J. W. McGarvey, presented K. TJ. with Seo the ad. of Vulcau chilled plow. 500,000. Halligan is a wealthy copper- - Jr. Large and splendid views of Bethlehem, .Nazareth, Jacob's cut Disc Harrow for sale by mine owner, of Chicago. Woll, Sea of Galilee, where Jesus Taylor Bros. BARKED PLYMOUTH KUUKS. walked on tho wattr, River Jordan. Ballard Bro., of Whites Station, Twenty years a breeder of this one Dead Sea, and many others, 6hown bought 33 Iioks from Dr. Win. Hocka- ilh a storeopticon that burns the before. variety, stock better than-evJeru-oaleiBell-cente- University. the people are afflicted with some lorm ot numor. and tins causes a varie ty of diseases. The reason whvHorid's Sarsaparilla cures when all others fail is lound in the lact that it effectually expels the humor. Scrofula, salt rheum, boils and all eruptions aro per manently cured Dy tins great meui- Of We are Stowing Some Beautiful Percalles at 5 Cents, Ladies, Our line of Embroideries will certainly for an hour or two, Call and see them. en- We have just placed on sale tho largest line of Hamburgs, Laces, and Embroidery, ever shown in the cene. Proctor Knott Oigar. a Candidate. We aro authorized to announce that at the proper time Mr. George Noland, ot Union City, will bo a Candida to for Assessor, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Will Be r er d.iy,at$3I5. A turnpike is much desired from York. Kingston to Red House, says our Bear-wallo- letter Photo Buttons, or 3 for 50c, at the Moborloy's storo. Mr. 5 cents; children 10 cents. At Court ltiuhmoud'ts Cycle Club ineots with Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Tcvis. has decided to movo to Law- Gazette tho following account of his All druggists refund money if it failr t o H. J. Streng Friday night. Im- renceburg, where on March 5, he will House, Friday night. work last week at the Shannon Sale : cure. 25e. The genuine has L. B. Q. on portant business. All winter goods have felt the keen edge of our cold steel and prices have been made nov9-6Mat Black Cut in The Back. open a goneral merchandise store. He Dairy cows brought from $35 to $50. each tablet. Wagers & Cohen bought of Zenie has confidence in the future of the-- Just how a man could gel angry At Sam Bean Sale Milch cows at $30 to on winter Boots and Shoes, winter Overcoats and Clothing, Blankets and Comforts, FlanThe Journal says the small pox scare Co'jb SO head of 8001b. heifers to ship capital of Anderson and will cast his enough to cut Mat Black we caiinoU $17.50, work mules from $C0 to $74. at Nicholasville has nels, etc., that is bound to move the entire lot. Get our prices on all lines of winter goods abated. The dan this week, at S5.G0. lot among her good people with a ndorstand. Mat is a jolly, greasy, Stock hogs at about3 cents. At Mrs. ger lino lias been passed. before purchasing. ... -.- ,,1, by determination to add to her commercial harmless, thoroughbred son of Ham, Mary Vance Sale, Milch cows at $30 An "Evening In Palestine" I have been afflicted with rheumatism named "Happy" because he is always Heifers $15 to $22, Mules at $50 to $65, for fourteen years and nothing seemed storeopticon supremacy. Prof. McGarvey, with in a good humor and ready to wait on Brood sows $8 to $10, work horses corn- - to give any relief. I was aulo to be views, Friday night. Winchester Court Unloaded We you. But Tuesday afternoon Mat mon 25 to S30. agricultural imolements around all the time, but constantly snf- J. A. Ramsey, auctioneer, reports 500 was a little last Coal is coal and costs money to buy. . termer, i naa tnea everytuing-couiu i. oi ,in,o.i di linker than usual, proba I hao stF otirl nf lact r rifi fn rrtr 11mm. Hereafter Coalmen Xefl & Million will cattle on the market. 20 good steers, bly, and must have provoked trouble Much naln and uneasiness is caused berlain's Pain ualm, which 1 Uiu, and weTtht 725 pounds, at 43a: 25 steers, sell only for cash. See ad. with David Henry, a white man from by piles, sparing neither age nor sex. was immediately relieved and in a short weight 750 pounds, $32.50; 14 plain -- The American and Spanish Navy Kirksville, and when an inventory of Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment cures time cured. I am happy to say that it The latest things in "Wash Goods of all kinds will be shown by us in season. You 10 fair 25; yearlings, $26; will be pictured on canvass at the 19 500-lb- . the gross proceeds of their "scrap rue mosL ousiiunio case, jrrice. oucis. in i hub iiui siuuu ictumcu. uuau. by don't have to go the larger cities to buy what you want. We will show during the year heifers, $19; 10 375-l- heifers, Perry bottles, tubes 75 cents. Sold by Perry Germantown, Cal. For sale was taken it was discovered that Mat & Court House, Friday night. & Thomas. marl-lGO ewes with marl-l1899 a stock not surpassed nor equaled in any of the larger cities. Give us a call. Satisfy Thomas. 4c; common cows, 2jc; was cut in three places and Henry was Chas. Whitlock was brought to the 50 lambs, $5 each for owes and lambs yourselves before going elsewhere. And again wishing you a prosperous New Year and Many chickens perished during the . For Bank Examiner. through the bars of Castle Infirmary Monday from Valley View to thrown in: 800 lambs for hrst hall of blinking thanking 3011 for past patronage, we are very respectfully, Lackey. Mat is so fat and slick that Mr. It. R. Burnam's name appears cold weather. The loss to numerous bo treated for bronchial trouble. June and July delivery, 5c One-thir- d hiB wounds did not penetrate deep, so among others that are applicants for poultry yards in Madison was great. Mr. W111. Ballard bought of C. D. of cattle. left unsold. that besides a short vacation in bed he Bank Examiner for Kentucky. There With a Catarrhal Affection Wheal Not Much Hurt Chenault Saturday fourteen head of will be none the worse off. Henry was is no mistake about it that Madison of the throat or head, or any pulmonary Short-hor- n heifers Prico over $400. It is curious and surprising to see how shortly after being incarcerated re wants a great many things, but we are ailment, a slight .cold or a hacking S3 Wagers & Cohen bought of John well the growing wheat looks now after leased on $300 bond. The fracas created proud of the fact that we have so many cough is a serious thing to have it is so serious yon can cot auoru iu nave h. in,) ti,c gray mare by Black the recent extremely cold weather, 6ays quite a furor in the neighborhood of ,oi.i - ,.;.;, Powell a I nnlnvH arft rinncnrrms. Dr. Rfill'n Pini Even that First street. havo held high ofTices did themselves Tar Honov w5U care a cough or cold jn RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Squirrel, dam by Peavinc. Price $80.50. the Lexington Gazette. 60wn late looks fresh and vigorous in Honor anu tiiose wno seeK preiermeni onoiiiiKht. It will remove the catarrhal Lieutenant Scott Goes Free, Wagers Cohen shipped to Cincin the little fnrrows left by the drill affoction or pulmonary ailment, and nm inst ns nhle and wortbv. Lt. E. D. Scott, n nephew of Gov, nati Tuesday a load ot cattlo and hogs And the crops which were put in earlier M P..,,o T.. c, o ha l.ac, nnl UU11U 11 II l"U liaSUUK BUIIIIUI UUK UIU lt and report a bad market, owing to and covered the ground show but little Bradley,ibut for whom the former en filed application for the place, but may lungs. tertains no love, was set free at his possibly do so. Lent. The rain falls on the just and the un of the blades frosted just; but the latter nearly always have The snow has protected the plants trial at Annistou, Ala., for shootihg Be sure and get your picture taken Rev. E. Edwards, pastor of the En the former's umbrellas. Col. David G. Colson sometime ago. now photograph gallery over and they are all right. at ttie Minersville. When the trial was called only ono glish Badtist church at rheumatism, Moberley's furniture store. Pholcs 0 for Pa., when suffering with Hood's Sarsaparilla never disap- Dangerous Illness, il- witness for the prosecution, Lt. was advised to try Ohnmborlain'a Pain noinls. It mav he taken lor linnure feb22-5- t 25 cents. of Silve.r Creek hoit. appeared. Col. Colson being un ualm. He savs Mrs. Wm. B. Jones, A lew applications nu impoverished blootl with perlect Geo. D. Simmon. Hanaing 011 tins telephone post in was taken suddenly 111 last luestiny able to attend by reason of his wound. of this liniment proved of great ser confidence that it will euro. Charles E. Douglas. lt front of Nell & MuSwainV store is the nieht and at this hour is still in a dan The court dismissed Scott, which will vice to me. It subdued tho inflamma Mr. Kipling's "White Man's Burden" tion and relieved the pain. Should any skin of a blnok opossum killed recent gerous condition. be approved by a great majority of the sufferer profit by giving Pain Balm a is one of the most sublime poems Mr. ly in Garrard. She died at noon yesterday private soldiers of the 4th Ky..iu whoso trial it will please me." I'or sale Dy McClure has ever copyrighted. marl-lThe fctreels of our city ovorhcad and will be buried here at 1 o'clock p behalf Scott had made a successful Perry & Thomas. C U BAN OI L. cures She had menengitis, fight to have Ihem mustered out of tho WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK. Next week telephone, tele m., New Stock Yards a Go. are a network of wires Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu About the same time Mr. Wm service. JS early all the oiucers, being Hose worth 20ets for IjggTLadies' Pleeced-line- d graph and soon the electric light wires that the news of the formation of a matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. o Simins, tho excellent blacksmith of well paid, desired to remain in tho 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c. Bargains lOcts; APPEARANCES ARE will be added. new stock yards company, printed Sold bv Perry & Thomas, successors to W. Mr. Jno. Donelbon, was taken violently and Scott's action angered them, Q. White. this week in table linen, napkins and In proof of the-- superiority of the ill and is threatened with pneumonia, the strife ending in a personal atter- - weeks ago in the Climax, was true to OFTEN DECEITFUL Tiiewets carried the whiskey elec letter, is attested by the fact that Vulcan chilled plow, Taylor Bros, al Colson and Scott, the Telephone Lino From Ford via Red House. cation between Col. tion in New Roe precinct of Allen articles of incorporation have been low a two days trial, and if not sat fac and things that ave showy many tirnes prove to be worthless. resulting in the wounding of tho for As before announced, articles of in mer. Now that tho soldier boys are filed at Frankfoit setting forth ilio ob county by a vote of 132 to 57. The tory roiurn them. was a quiet one. An article that is in daily use, as a Cooking Range is, must corporation have been filed in Win out we trust tho affair will be dropped. jects of tho company and capitalizing it election Dry Goods, Notions and other articles. Ree views of. battleships, Heal at $9,50C. The incorporators are N. B Chester for tho erection of a telephone member the name when in doubt. Loose clothes and downy cushions be Substantial and Reliable; It should be the lest to be had. Soanish and Auidiicaii, will be shown and S. A. Dcatheragc and J. J. Euibry, brine only a negative sort of comlort to to Richmond by Madison County Tobacco Brings Twenty-fiv- e Friday nijdit. Ad line from Winchester at the Court House. Cents a Ponnd. of this city. They will convert the the woman who is suffering with somu way of Ford and Red House. The line THOS. MEIGSiEN, mission only 25 cents. will cross Hie farm of Mr. J. "W. Smith John Mocks,- of Madison county, fair grounds amphitheater into stock disenso or derangement of the organs (nov23-ly- ) RICHMOND, KY. 3 ST." Con. Main and CiiEArsmiC. f,V"' : acres nens and will buy and sell stock, with J W Zaring&Co. have istablished on stonv Bun. and ho will havo nd cultivated last year twenty-liv- e ,.. - i . . : ' r.. 1., t.: r iua flour supply lious-- e at tho foot of Big I trouble and only trifling expense to of land belonging to Senator John D. aumiiiiuiu Binyimij; luumuca, i.l seem less, remaps tne nerves uuiun comi0rt Hill, lor the accommodation of their nnt un a box at Ins house near tlic Harris, and raised 2d,C00 pounds of to cated right at the junction of tho two are most affected and this m turn dis turbs tho digestion. Nothing will ever Jackson county trade. river. If lie takes the initiativo oilier bacco, wiiich was sold at 25 cents per railways. completely relievo but a radical cure. follow suit. pound. The land was cultivated on Good Old Granny Metcalfe, lemaio com- Mr. Uuderhill, thy ''Impersonator,' farmers wfll doubtless The stait oi the shares, and each received $100 per Dlaints" may bo a very slight thing in Mr Clay's Chances Brightening. said: "Dr. Jleiisou is alt right and years old. living at Paducah, Ky. deed. 88 It may be that in the beginning acre." says that Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is will irive vou a lino lecture." At Court measures would Information o an encouraging na above is literally true, except as the best grip cure, cougn, lung, and some small hygienic Certainly The Court House, Tuesday, March 7. at this ture to the success of Mr. 15. J. Clay regards the date which was 1887! The bronchial remedy that has been sold ston tho trouble; rigui menicine little Dr. Hensoii is pastor of the First in his application for appointment as it time, a ston it. uitoitue the trouble be 13 copied from the Georgetown during her uie. When item would 4 Baptist church in Chicago and the commissioner to the Paris Exposition, News Enterprise of. February 10, 18SS, comes worse, it is harder to cure, hut Shooting Near Town. received hero,"and we reiter still it can be cured. Dr. Pierco's Fa wittiest clorsrvmaii in the city. At ha.i been that ami illustrates the contention Sam Todd, son of Capt. Wm. H. vorite Prescription will positively cure ate our cordial well wishes for his sue there are forces at work besides 'sup::: Court House next Tuesday night. Todd, shot Homulers MillionSoolored, anv trouble of this character. It may 223 so narrowly missed tho cess. Having aro knocking at Thomas Gibson's sale last Thurs be'absolutely relied upon, lt affords ply and demand" which W. A. Arbuckle has invested $1000 Swiss mission and taking his defeat in a bull and four heifers, all thorogh- like a man, Mr. Clay deserves recogni farmers sky high in H1L3 glorious Re day, near this city. The report Is that Iastinii relief to a women whose natural modesty has kept her from consulting SSIf Journal of Osteopathy sent free on application. bred Hereford, the first ever brought tion, and in turn would reflect credit publican j ear of 18'J!) k negro was and shoved a a phvaiciaii. the A number of stock reports for 1888, door in Todds lace. Ilie latter re hither. We wish him great success. siamps 10 Send zi cents in one-cen- t upon the President's judgment in his lirst nf All To insure a hanov new year, keep from tho same paper, aro printed in to monstrated with Iiira and the uegro World's Dispensary Medical Associa- -- The meeting of the Ladies Mission selection. and the body vigorous To cleanse tho system in a gentle and . I. 1, day's Climax on its first page. It : nn.l l.n n,,llarl UOn, ttUll.UO. N. Y., and receive Dr. the liver clear T.l.l .... vvu. , Society of the Christian church will be lierpo,s 008 pace "Common Sense by using De Witt's Little Early itisers wnen me A Beautiful Ornament will make your mouth water and your ins pistol anu snot tne necro in ine Medical Adviser," prolusely illustrated. the famous little puis ior consiipauoii truly honellcial manner, true and pei- Springtime comes, use the held next Sunday. It was postponed Douglas & wells. Thanks to the Danvillo Planing Mill heart burn to read them. and liver troubles. howels. Mr. Todd comes to town and tect remedy, syrup 01 tigs, uuy me on account of sickness of tome of the Co. are due for one of their artistic It is expected plans for the new court Tho Kentucky newspapers are al genuine. Manufactured by the Calisurrendered, but was released on ball Century Club Meeting members. sale calendars on which an autumnal farm ' by Jol. Uaperton, to wait ex house at Covington will bo accepted ready campaigning in favor of stronger fornia Fig Syrup Co. only, and for One of the most delightful of the al given Dy ail tlruggijjts, at o cenrs per ootue. Saturday. Million this week. of sceno is beautifully and faithfully amining trial next The "Baptist and Beflector," laws against "pistol foters." The title is from Jas. Whit ways enjoyable meetings of tho Cen- was Drought to the Infirmary andisre- Mt. Steriing has a skating rink. Nashville, Tenn., compliments Dr. portrayed. in The result of ac tury Club took place on Friday night TEA cures Dyspcp-- 1 poem. ' Tho frost is on food ot drink are promptly rectified. PlaHfAVNUBIAN Honsou as follows: "Dr. Hcmon's lect comb lttloy'u as host. The ported out of danger. IHRJvI 8ia, Conrtipatioti and Indiand the fodder's in the with Mr. C. D. Chenault without pain or discomfort, by taking a rolie No'irci'sianorf Toothache ure wae tho principal event of the the punkin' .George If your child is cross or peevish, it Is lew doses or liernine. i'neo 00 cents. gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price; 25 cts. L. Walaen i brilliant setting of his spacious draw shock." Mr. in five m nutrs. SonrStomneh week. Fortunate all tho thcologuea no doubt troubled with worms. White's Sold ly Perry & Thomas, marl-lSold by Perry Si Thomas, successors to W. and Snaracr Complaints. lrlcc, 25 Cents. tno nrm anu to nis ing room was made more brilliant by Q, White. who can hear him and study his won junior inemuer oi friend, nee Miss the subject under discussion, Electric Uream Vermifuge will remove the Sold by Pcny is Thomas Successors to W. G. wife, our esteemed Circuit Courtis in session at Howling worms, and its tonic effect restore its So derful power over an audience. It is said another brokerage estab- - White. our thanks are ity. Prof. Parks, the distinguished natural cheerfulness. Price, 25 cents. Green with an average docket. One manly and strong is ho, so flexible and Mary M. Smith, marl-lishinent is to bo opened in JLexington It is believed the Fair Grounds at professor of chemistry and physicsof Sold by Perry & Thomas, tho kind hundred new cases were docketed for easy, so full of good humor and cheer- - specially directed. Through Columbia will bo put in condition and this wcok. Mober- Central University, read a paper that Mrs. Robert Hampton met with quite trial of earnestness ness of Mr. Milward Brown, of fulnes, and yet so full pains, subdue inflamma a big exhibition held this year. and entertaining, a painlul accident a lew uays ago, sayB To allay house, tho picture has was both learned and high moral pnrpose." At Court ley's furniture us. tion, heal foul sores ami ulcers, tho Major Ham's characterized the profes tho - ivranKim l'avorue. one leu ana What Are They? Digestos been framed for and ISczcma Tetter, most satisfactory result areoDiameu uv House March 7. sor s paper as "bewildering as well as broko her hip bone: The intense itching and smarten sr inci using Ballard's Snow Liniment. Price, remedy in tablet form forjhecure A Crystal Wedding. , . ..... 1.1. n CI o .... f dent to those diseases i3 instantly allayed 0 nur,t, and RO tntn. Sold bv Perrv & r interesting," inasmuch, no doubt, Tl ot Dyspepsia,ftnd all slomacli, trouble. IS THE BEST in Construction, tho Most Economical in the use of fuel, and tho Short Wheat Crop. 1..: . M.M.V.n1alr.a 7.- - -- ...it Thomas. marl-lMr. and Mrs. William H Miller cele as Trof. Parks traversed the- - vasty fered aeonv for thirty years, and then I 25c a box at all druggists. lt Most J'erfect and Satisfactory in Operation that has yet been producod. Madison farmers, from all source?, Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases brated their chryetnl wedding on Mon depths of unchartered space in a way We have secured the exclusive agency for this lino of Ranges and will bo Geo. Stuart, Sam Joues' side partner. Salve. It heals injuries have been permanently cured by it. It claim that owing to the hard freezes day, at their homo on the Irvine pike. tliat was alternately A good road movement in Meade unu Witch Hazel pleased to show them to you. Sizes, Styles ami Prices to suit everybody. itching Tho iutorest of the and skin diseases like magic. Doug- - Is equally efficient forfor sora piles and is in Bowling Green assisting; in the re county promises to hear It uit, as tne the wheat crop will be almost an entire About sixteen guests sat down to as nipples a favorite remedy failure; only that sown very early will bounteous a collation as was ever audience was keyed to the highest pitch las & Wells. agitation is interesting farmers and chapped hands, chilblains, frostbite) vival In progress there. when suddenly the host pressed a but Lexington's streets and nlleyo aro be-- and chronic sore eyes. 35 cts, per bos. business men. hi worth harvesting. MARCH AND THK LION. spread under their hospitable roof. ton and shocked the Iistenera with the a tiiorougn cleaning ay tne formerly Miss Ola- - announcement of supper. Here elec Ing given Mrs. Miller was You can bo cheerful and happy only New Faces. m. Cmmua Fewwrfl, are given a practical demon- city brigade. tricity feel : ; ham, and is a lady of the finest sensi strationwas the toothsome viands were just what a norse needs wucn in d.ou SewethiBg Better TIhw Tk& 814 Saw. when, you aro well. If you will "'out for The Waters Party, artists, are very brace CfcamberlaiH s Coagh llemedy. take HerbinOj DOUGLAS & SIMMONS, Tonic, blood purifier and condition. The savincr about the IIcih and the of sorte" .Trice, to cenis. it Gtyn 1,bilities, i highly educated, and beloved "dispatched" with marvelous avidity, busy in their studio at the Hotel eoiu ny They aro not food but lamb in March often prove) false, but you up. i. .i ." Tlfis remedy is intended especially for vermifuge. Prof. Parks, this time, flot being chief j " nian-iry b TllOinas. a Inn. lnakfiicr fine portraits of nromi- - UJ " wluc the Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Plows and Plow Gears, Harnnother ana operator." The evening, the discus contrhs. colds, croon, whoooiiiir coukth medicine prima best in we to put 25 there is literally true. a better one I christisn vlitues and womanly traitF. Price When' March ,..! J in nrliinli is .., . JlCUl. W r sion, tho supper, wero all that could ami infliinriM. U tins lie.ronif fiimnna hor9e per package. condiuoa. Hundreds of rabbits havo been fotnd ef IV. rows, Cultivators, Everything in the Farmiug Eiue. comes in and finds you taking Hood's W. Mintr, ...ill ol,- - c..r.,l ,,ow fnrPa in a f for Its cures of theeo diseases, over a 3ents have btcn desired", rocke skillful cleiks in theseiviceof theGoV-ommen- t, with the dignity aurrVdemands of tho lartre nart of the civilized world. Tho aarsapariiia 10 puruy, euncji mm vital !n hollow trees and underneath taken" mchl-l- y days in Moberloy's windows. Blacksmith Supplies. The organization of the Second Ken- - ize vour uloou. you may expect, wnen in tho mountains fiozen. They most Muttering testimonials have been in tho office of Collector Club. received, iriving aiconnts of Its good tuckr regiment isprogreseing satisfnc- - it goes out, that it will leaf o you free refuge from tho cold. v many Wanted. Yerkes, nt Danville, was for from that tired feeling flnd! with none works: of the ainrravatinc and persistent ,nJtur La Grippetib again epidemic Every A hustler to sellan article offering years tho model clerk of the Madison of the boils, piuiples anty eruptions raiuirhs it has cured : of severe calds that I These are dangerous times for the which manifest themselve: because of precaution should betaken lo avoid it. "aavo yielded promptly to it soothing good profit. A specialty for which Circuit Court. Their crystal wedding imnnro blood in tho suriiin. If yon Its specific enre Ss Ono Minute Cough cllectSf.and of the dangerous attacks of health. Croup, oolds and a happy occasion, and we trust there Is a steady and increasingit has cured, often savintr tho life bles lead ranidlV to Consumption. A have not already begun taking Howl's Cure. A. Jj3heperd, publisher Agrmaiid. Uo samples required. Good their lives may be as harmonious, their Are mticu In little; always of tho child. The extensive use of itl bottle of One Minute Cough Cure used SamiDarilla for your pprin r medicine, icultural Jeirnal and AdvertiserElden, We as- Mo., mvc "No one will be 'disappointsituation for right party. Only those purposes .as well blended, and their last ready, efficient, satisfactfor whooninir cough has sluwn that it i at the risrht time will preserve life wo advise you to begin bolter eHin win ')ne Minuto Cough Cure for meaning" business need apply. Ad-- ! days as pleafcnnt as they have been since ory; prevents cold or fever, rob3 that disease of all dangerous con health and a luree amount of mnriey. sure you it 'will make yofe ulclt tead cure im unppe. ' rieasani. .10 sequences. Bold by Perry & Thomas, FieWtsut to take; chiWren like jt. Doilg- - all thiotigh the comwrmBr. Cleveland, Ohio, the day they joined hands and hearts aclie- -Rll liver Ills, dross Manufacturer, liumllee, conrtlpiUon, etc. Trfee 3C ccnK..' , to act. Douglas & Well. marl-lkss A Wells. mchwm Zbe only H!l to U&o with Unoi'i Sart&pulU. fcbl5-6- t and de&tinies fifteen years ago. Roosters from E. U. Thompson, New acetylene gas. To Cure a Cold in One Night In connection with these will be Eggs "1G to 1" setting, $1.00. War take Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It rerry ec Tiiomas. shown some verv fine views of The marl-IMr.s. M. F. AitmjOKi,E, the bruncb-tal- s Silver Creek, Madison Co., Ky. Ships and Torpedo Boats, both American clears tho throat, sootheslungs. 25c at A company of barnstormers adver and exhilarates the febl5-3iand Spanish; the leading men on both all good druggists No cure no pay. tised to present ' Dr. Jekyll's Lightning tho raging fad, 25c sides. The big guns, Cuban scenes, etc, It Moves to Lawrcncsburg. Change ' in a county town last week. new gallery, ovnr all fully, described and explained. You feb'J2-5- t Sale Tteoorls. Mr. F. C. Tcvis, of Kirksville, having To Cure a Cold in One Day cannot afford to miss it. Admission Mr. W. W. sold his store to his brother, Auct. Delph gives the Lexington m -n Hood's Pills aro tho best family cathartic and liver tonic Gentle, re name, sure. it A very interesting revival is in pro gress at the Broadway Methodist church in Paducah. Have you a cough? A dose of Cous sen's Honey of Tar will relieve it. Price, 25 cents and 50 cents. Sold by citv. This line contains all the new things in Naneook Embroideries, Jaconet Embroideries, Swiss Embroideries, match sets of all kinds, hand and machine made Laces of all kinds. Our buyers have made a specialty of this line and nothing has been left undone to make this department one of the most important factors in our immense business. We wish to call your attention to the fact that all prices named on Bleached Cottons and all domestic are subject to change without notice, so take advantage of this opportunity. Buy your spring cottons while you can get extremely low prices on them. 'Our great line of Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums, Oilcloths, Rugs, Lace Curtrins and Oil Shades was nevor more complete. Wo have no carried over goods in these lines. They are all fresh and new, new styles, new patterns, new prices. Wo are namine prices on these lines that is a death blow to all competition. Call and inspect this line before you purchase. We have just received a new lot of American Lady and Featherbone Corsets. These aro the most comfortable fitting corsets shown to the trade. Try ono. Linens and quotum special prices on them for a short time. If interested ask to see this line when you come in. "We are showing some special good things in Tablo We havo some special good things in Ladies Jackets and Capes left that we aro closing outat justone half the original price. If interested call and see them. Ask m Agents lo? the "Topsf Brand oi Hosiery. to see ta when yon come in. ,. ., ,,it Im kt vav s 1 I Avsa m m U OLDHAM & COMPANY ! t mm Advance Advertisemen m Planters s good as it looks sor-vic- (The Maine Commission Co. life-lik- Manager, 1 E. High Street, Lexington, Ky. half-drun- rfl 1 . Unitiy m m Salt-Rhcu- ra 1 m awe-inspiri-ng mirth-provokin- Ca-jy- 's The Cash Hardware Ho ,,, tw - ...,. m'.uu id m de-jw- as OOu S 1 j$dScTake advantage of the cut rate throat-trou-wm- ii Pills on CLIMAX and numerous other papers to-rti- w iseuic uitd magazines J'or Court lay Who can think tamo simple UUsg to patent Protect your tint: thrtniiy bring jca vreth. Write JOHN WKDDE1U117KN & CO, Patent Attar. ror tneir i.tuu pnto oner mrt, Wosnlagtdn. B. uulUst ot two hundred Invention wanted, t Wanted-- An Idea c-- Here's Ttir Ckuce. Offers by The Climax. County Court Days. c Sens Extraordinary R. N. I. & B. R. R. TimeTabloNo. 33, Taking Effect Monday, May 2, 1898. EAST BOCXD. 2d Class. 1st Class. Ko. 1 No. 3 No. a Ex Hun Ex San Ex Bun A. M. 10 22 11 01 11 26 11 41 11 B3 The Climax wants five hunred new Bubscribers by the first of thenewyear. In order to reach this end, some extraordinary inducements will be made.' Until further notice the following will be offered to subscribers. The Climax and The "Week- DOCTOR! Ask Vrnalllcs. Nicholasville... Valley View. Million Richmond. . P.M. 6 7 8 8 52 35 00 13 A.M. 5 8 8 8 9 30 48 20 50 IS Union Moberley. nrassfield Panola.- IrTine. P. M. 12 12 12 12 13 IS 30 35 1 05 830 THE 10 00 10 05 10 25 10 40 11 35 i WEST BODSUi No. 8 NoTI6 No. 2 Ei Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex San A.M. P.M. 2 00 2 25 2 30 P. M. A.M. 11 1 1 Irlne Panola .:. nrassfield . Moberley 2 6 05 C 20 5 31 6 53 7 50 41 Union Blehmond.. ... Million Valley View... Nicholasville Versailles 2 47 3 IS 3 30 3 45 4 10 5 00 I 3 55 05 20 45 "i is oo 3 21 4 30 8 10 " P. M. v.'ii'. All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from All trains connect with C. N. O. & T. P. trains a.m.' p"m." to and irom Cincinnati. J W. KOCK. Train Dispatcher, W. n. ADAMS, Superintendent. simple Idea of some patent? Wanted-- An tbinz to tan; ttirr may& o"8 Patent.":". JOlllf D. C for their ti!0 prlto offer InTcntlons wantea. Who crn think J" and list of two nnnirod HCaiENCE OF SYIUP OF HIS; is duo not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill with which it is. manufactured by scientific, processes. known to the California Fiq Strop and we wish to impress upon all' the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuinoSyrup of Figs is manufactured by the CixiroitNiA Fio Srnup Co. only, a' knowledge of that fact will assist one iff avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high- standing of the California Fio SrucB- Co. with the medical profession, and. the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs to millions of families, makes, the name of the Company a'guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is. far in advance of all other laxatives,, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weaken ing them, and it tlocs not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name "of the Company Cd.-onlhas-give- ; answer the same way. Yet when persons have consumption they loathe all fatty foods, yet fat is neces- i sary for their recovery and ville daily evening post, $3. cod- The Richmond Climax and j they cannot take plain dis- oil s liver oil. The plain Twice-a-wee- k Courier-Journa- l, j turbs the stomach and takes both for one year $1.60 The r?tc xu!nr lrir artntftf The Climax and Weekly fishy odor and agreeable Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. taste make it almost unen- The Climax and OhioFarm, durable. What is to be dene? This question was ans- $1.90. wcrcd when wc first made furThe Climax can also ly Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. The Climax and the Home and Farm, $1.30 The Climax and either the Cosmopolitan, Munseyrs or McClure's Magazine, $2.00. The Climax and the Louis- your physician this question, "What is the one great remedy for consumption?" He will answer, "Cod-live- r oil." Nine out of ten will Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison connty, first Mon day. Lexington, .Fayette county, second Mondays Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon day. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon day. Danville, Boylo county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth '' Monday. I A ALL . tj j PLEASE Frightful islander Will often causo a horrible Burn, ! HaJj ml;-bNew Ppenprr Mertldne Co., CSuit- ArniScald, Cut or I ca Salve, tho Bruiso,in Bucklen's will tho world, best kill the pain and promptly heal it. Perryfe Thomas, druggists, successors W. j Cures Old Sores, Fever Soros, Ulcere, r? Boils, Felon, Corns, all skin eruptions. All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nerro PiasteI Best Pile cure on earth. Only 25 cents a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Per ry & Thomas. Druggist. 5 y Is tho tcst rnrfcaiieTiwiMtt. Corrects all IrroRUinrltleslnreiualeOrKans. Bhouldbo takeTfnr Chairs of Life ana before rUcttrs "Q:& Tlxt" Bmcilts liavo stood the CMM-Blr- h ' I J Bfev CANDY iiHBiQrSs. KKtf CATHARTIC sKHfiMTsV - gr ATT t .n 25c. ' SOc. '-- "! "SSSif v G WS jLP8"BslS c ,Biii'BStff?SjKSsBi m rBftfMLlVB Vs.fcJ' i '' rrr"r,r" 'jjaSjj .n-r-mr- T. DRUGGISTS. i f j i j 5 nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates. FORT .ESTILL C0LYER SPEEDWELL CR00KSVILLE. T" EMVBJSiQM Oil with of tin I pnospmtes. Aitnougn mat I was nearly twenty-fiv- e years I a 30, yet it stands alone to- 2 day the one great remedy I for ail affections or the throat and lungs. Cod-Liver SETT'S Client How many lawsuits do you think will be necessary to straighten out this property? Lawyer I don't know. How la'go is tho property? The smallest things may exert tho greatest iniuienco. Do Witt's Little Early Risers are unequalled for over coming constipation and liver troubles. Small pill, best pill, safe pill: Douglas & Wells. A MISUNDERSTANDING. Hypo- it i 7 i T Cfor. Ed . -o -- CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FKANCI5CO, CaL Colycr, Speedwell Brown miles up Fort Etlill, and Croohville. W Louisville. : Kj. an5-l- y NEWTeKK,x.x- - i : :3 5 - n W As I hare in a former issue of The Climax given an account of the Soar proceed to give an effusion in regards to the places named in the heading of this article. As Port Estill comes first in the list will proceed to depict it for the perusal of the public. This place is about three miles South East of Eich-raon- d and is located in a beautiful The country which surrounds it is exceedingly fertile and yields abundant crops of all kinds. It is one of the most elevated localities in the county. It is located on the Eighill turnpike and on the Louisville & Nashville railroad. It is a considerable shipping point. It 1ms a good school house, blacksmith shop and public scales. Some of the principal farmers of tuis neighborhood are Watt Gibson, Ed Ilice, Willis Hisle, Joe Boggs, Bud Cornelison Mrs. Dick White, Mrs. Gregory, John Mason and Col. J. W. Caperton, who are the largest landed proprietors of this section. Col. Caper- ton owns the old homestead of the woll remembered and popular Col. William Rhodes who was one of the finest old men in the county. Mrs. Geogory resides in one ot the oldest brick resi dences in the county. Near this place was the former home of our popular Stato Auditor, Samuel Stone. This place was named in honor of Capt. Es till from Virginia, who emigrated to this county in the pioneer day's and located here ind built the fort which has ever retained liis.name. lie was one of .Madison s noble and gallant sons. From him has decended the largo and influential Estill family of the state, known for their hospitality, influence and refinement. The Capt was killed in the battle between his followers and a body of Wyandott Indians at Little Mountain, threo miles from the present city of Mt. Sterling. It has always gone by the name of Es till's defeat, yet the Indains were killed almost to a man. The whites would have gained an easyivictory if a man by the name of Miller had not deserted his companions in the hour of need he was sent with a party of six men to flank the foe. He and Ids men de camped adtl were never heard of again. The foe seeing tiiis weakness of the whites made a wild rush at thegallan lit' tie band and were recoived with a bIio wer of bullets which laid many of them low. The Captain's arms had been broken in a former encounter with the red men in the previous year and when lie was attacked by a powerful chief who was too much for him, considering his weak arm lie was felled to the eartli and dispatched with the savage's dag ger. Tlio Captain's negro servant by the name of Menk acted witii much heroism in the engagement by running out from the lines and bringing the wounded in on his back. The Cap tain's deceudants have remembered his name and have erected too his mem ory a iiandsotne monument in our beautiful cemetery as a token of their love. Menk has e plain shaft erected to Ids memory and dedicated by Col, Jonathan Estill, one of Captain's grandsons. Woods, situ-ntion. I will now 3S S3 w f S M PI ! -- I35ECOfiOM 1ST RANGES "5 C.3. H. B2H3t33 o22oOoo c m sac 2 sr tr. 3 3k - i C jS o - p ! J ocoooooo B3333B3 cs.o.s.s.a.p.3. SfSf-.-g o" ft o Jtm&ii o The bad taste and odor have been I taken away, the oil itself has been I partly digested, and the most sen- - j x sitivc. stomach objects to it rcrely. Not one in ten can tahc and digest s the plain oil. Nine out of ten can 2 J take SCOTTS EMULSION and di- tjest it. Thai's why it cures so many cases of early consumption. Brings s Evenr in advancedi?..cases I it ... T i i l:r. . iir.u rcauy ruiuiij me I tumicn druggists. all '"J i i I She I would liko to get somo silk plaid hoso. Havo yoii any? Salemau (abstractedly) Let me see i Sho (indignantly) sir? GfiEAT MISSING How dare you, WORD CONTEST j The Climax Oners a New Plan lo lis Subscrib ers Who Take.The Constitution in Combination Oiler. OPPORTUNITY OF THE SEASON. uhKH'siiUiIL Jw'sWW'sBSI tffuliB'sWKo ftfe , xzfUs iP jfiPiMll WflfMrnS. Lungs are exhila- The sore? weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; tho rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Y Jhp TP jlj MM MM iC 0 T 8T P all IT O i Mil IllBll UUllILtball I U 11 . vrn Lltl SCOTT4 BOWNU, Chemists, New York. Ml I"' W II ' III S IMaJ 3 Baldwin is one of the largest landed proprietors in this district. Ho is an Elder in the Christian church, of Rich mond, is a good citizen and hospitable christian Gentleman. The writer on several occasions has enjoyed the hos pitality of his family. .Muddy Creek one of the principal creeks of the coun ty, flows through part of this section. Flow on, glide on, rush on little stream 22352253 8SSS 5533 k Roofing, Guttering and General Job "Work. ,,YRUPINDIGESTION. PEPSI CURCS In Ellsct December 5, 1S98 1 DAILT EXCEPT SUNDAY. p.m. a.m. 2 09 6 20 7 69 DR. CALDWELL'S r.-j, i mm. r FOR! Mingle your water with the, old Kentucky Flow on noble Kentucky td the great Ohio Bush on broad Ohio to the Mississippi father of waters Mississippi, dow on to the briny deep of the Mexic gulf. SPKEDWKLL. jYRUP PEPSIMl "cures constipation.! p.m 7 e 8 5 4 20 16 DR. CALDWELL'S Lve. Richmond .. Ar. p.m. 1 11 2 1 &5 35 5 40' 6 17 18 28 71 II 20 ,5 9) 15 " " " ' Winchester Maysville .. .. Pari Qeorpetown . . ." ." (O 42 30 10 3 40 Ar. Frankfoit Lvc. Ask for tickets Tia Paris. J. R. NEWTON, Q. P. A. 8 40 7 50 7 00 28 I S. F. Rock, Tub, ki".: Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. d Illiio Railway. 2fa onvaio WEST BOUND. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom Eastern Express for Louisville Morebead and Lexington Accom.. New York Limited F. F. V 8 7 3 4 55 30 00 60 am am pm pm Six ot the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. Speedwell is located in a beautiful country ten miles from the city. It has a good school house, blacksmith shop, two or three stores, two churches, Christain and Baptist. Viney Pork meeting house is one of oldest in the county. Some of our best citizens are from this locality, for instauco Henry Dillingham, Clay Broaddus, Pleas Broaddus and J. Speed Smith. Near this1 place was the homo of the later's father who was a noted man in the county in his day and time. Dr. Brownlee Oldham is located in this village, fc'fjuiro Hendren and William "West are the principal farmers of this section aro Budd Todd, George Todd, Mr. Gilbortand Sam Deatherage well known as Big Sam. Near this place was the former home of our most popular coal merchant Mcrritt Harber. CKOOKSVILLE. EAST HOUND. 9 15 am Lexington and Morehcad Accom.- 68 am Jl 30 pm Note York Limited F. F. V. 6 Leiinpton and Mt. Sterling Accom Washington lsxpress i"" Accommodation trains run daily except Sun' day. Other trams run uany. Through sleeping and dining car aervlco to Now York. For information, rates orsleeperreservations K. liuuu. Agent isnuiy., rallonorwrtte Richmond, ny. or G ROUGE W. BARNEY, D. D. A. C. & O. By.. Lexington, Ky. In the Prudental, you are offered the best Lite Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again give the best. We will not transact business with irresponsible companies. 26 Second Street, UpStalrs. Je2-lj For Sals Privately ! EASIER THAI EM The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California. The splendid train cerrice with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than' Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned territory. The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestlbuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Pullman I curl si urior uamornia, ...9 25pm COMPLETE Lve Louisville every Thursday ...8 18am Ait Memphis Friday .7 45pm BLISS Arr New Orleans Friday .8 :0pm Lvo NcwOrleans Friday . 8 45am Arr Houston Saturday f4 ...4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday ...3 45pm Arr illpaso Sunday ...9 20pm Arr Los Angeles Monday . ...5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday ( Ttu it Tie Trne I will offer for sale privately my House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th Streets, back of A. R. Ilurnam's property, The house has seven rooms, good cistern, sta ble ana otner necessary outouiiaings: me lot contains about 90x90 feet. The price will be reasonaoie ior cacn. WILLIAM ENGLISH, nov9-t- f Richmond, Ky, EWERO. Sll? Yitalllr. Makes Crooksvillc is located upon the upper waters of Muddy Creek. It is quite a small place. It has a school house, store and blacksmith shop. This was the home of the once large Crook fam ily most of whom have gone to other climes and States to seek theirfortunes Near this place is tho home of Benjasurveyor. He min Crook, was in his younger days ono of the best school teachers in the ' county and was an excellent surveyor. Attorney Harris Crook, of this city, was from this region, Ono of our oldest, and beet known mer chants, John Crooke, late lather of Bud and John Crooke, assistant cashier In tho Richmond National Bank, was from this section. This place received name from the Crooke family. Some of tho principal farmers of this section aro Seth Todd and Ben Crooke. ty Wc take pleasure in announcing a missing word problem to our subscrib ers in connection witli llie Weekly Constitution of Atlanta, Ga. This is the sentence: ''I was immediately conscious of tho effect which his produced on his companions." It is taken from a charming, living southern author and is offered to tett the knowledge of our people of their own writers, ino missing word is a plain every-da- y English word, not a compound word, not a proper name, and is used in its ordinary acceptation. The prize to bo given will be 10 per cent of all tho subscriptions received from contestants by The Constitution, Atlanta, Ga. It will bo paid by Tho Atlanta Constitution. That paper has paid on missing word contests alone nearly $10,000 in cash prizes. To one party, Mr. M. L. Brittain, was givon a chock for $1,033 50 for one successful guess; others have received large sums ranging from $585 to over $300 on simi lar propositions. This contest is to run until April 1,1890, at which time the results will bo promptly and properly announced. Every subscriber who takes advan tage of our clubbing offer witli The Constitution may enter his own word to fill the blank in the sentence. It must be given to us at the time of the subscription so we may forward it to gether with his order for The Con stitution. It is a plain, fair plan and wo feel sure that many will be interest ed and will hunt up the word or take a 8hotatit. The subscription orders un der this combination offer must be sent directly to this office and not to The Constitution. Wo will forward overything ourselves. Climax Pto. Co. Mrs. Brown I was in tho new drug store to day. It's just lovely. Mrs. Jones Yes? "Yes, they have six different shades of pills !" Detroit Journal. an4 Mwww any retncily equal to Dr. Ben's It gives quick and permanent relief In itId as well as conzhs and colds. It makes weak I nors stronc. Un. U. A. Metcalfe. Pcducah, Kt. For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. O. White. I mmmMn oaurHtic ,11 Al "od.dii'Ss.iSsi " Pini-Tar-Nuny ill Kl IFTY FIMF OH BUS ua Vfa? Br. Is!lv$ mwm a Usra Hit! :::::;;, J Of Lexington, Kentucky. Investment STATEMENT- - -- JANTJARY, 1899. Rockers, $ji Life Insurance Reversed. We Pay While You Live. "Old Line" Companies Fay When You Die. Which do You Prefer? Chiffoniers. LIVING BENEFITS PAID JANUARY, Namo. 1899. Paid. 103 12 Lamp Sta.nd39 Umbrella. 97 74 40 100 87 07 97 05 89 05 87 75 35 72 Address. ' Cost. Walter Tully, Burgin, Ky Jos Kamber, Louisvillo, Ky Amelia Borgel, Louisville, Kr Kev E D Gray, Georgetown, Ky Dr S II Stevenson, Chicago, III . . . $ 43 50. 41 50. Catherine Lang, Louisville, Ky Joseph Peters, Louisville, Ky DrimVelch.Harrodsburg, Ky Ella Jones, Lexington, Ky . . . Eliza Castle, Versailles, Ky Emery Hikes, Louisville, Ky Geo P Robertson, Lexington, Ky Mrs Allie J Taylor, Lexington, Ky Geo D Robertson, Lexington, Ky A CSeadler, Louisville, Ky Geo D Eobertson, Lexington, Ky . . L A M Grief, Louisville, Ky 42 CO. 38 50. 42 60. 37 50. 41 50. 43 19 .. 41 50. 75 75 OS . . The Kentucky Stock Farm Publish ing Co., announces the closing of en tries on March 15th to its .Expectation Bcitcre. IVnUr Rente It (Worth. Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to mo territory mentioned win do wen to com' municate with R. II. Fowler, Traveling Passen gcr Agent, iouisviue, Ky. Wm. Alford Kellond, A. O. P. A., A. II. Hanson, O P. A., Louisville, Ky. Chicago, 111. dcc29-l- y SafilU. SOUTHERN (IN KENTUCKY ) Schedule lu titled Drc- - 18, 1808. No. 1. Na 5. No. 3. EASTiiormR I,v Louisville 7.40am 3.30pm 7.45pm Sholbyvllle Ar 9.0am 5.02pm .07pm Captain Estill, rest thee brave and gallant one, less merits for Sick and Nervous Head' tte In thy narrow, dark and lonely celL Wcai aches. They make pure blood and w Stroar. There is no nobler or more honored grave Tit Great strong nerves and build up your health, our own grand state's nobler clime. In Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents COLYER. Money back if not cured. Sold by Per now vtlililn cny reach of every American I days tnnlmrnt II poslt'.txly guaranteed to curt Col y or is quite a small place located ry & Thomas, Druggists. 5 'o ;mof-- enmpneaten case ot crvoas ucumtr, ot on Muddy Creek. IHvwse. It has"a store, black It nets Hiwcrfully and (jaliMr. lo (lie rriiil JIan. HER IDEA. I'errcct. Sra Tt!p nr f ItE(iUEUn. Yoimg men will re. smith shop and a school house. It nlntlielr lirtt iiian'aon.1, and OM Men will recorct was named in honor of our popular He you say you like a manly man. tielr ytrat'if'il ljor. Itlniratcs and restores tc !I life. i nd 1'or, r.U sufTercr from Seminal cnk sheriff. Hugh Colyer. Some of the prinof your t IViv-lcnl- ly Tint Tlirouiiix Headache. Would quickly loavo you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of su&erers havo proved their match m ML-my-. Ar La'rcnreb'g. Ar VcTKClllOB. Ar Loxlngton WE3T110PK& laieam 9.55am . i"" A'li! cs t;.o American Office cf Lv LoxinKton ' ' ' ' riV SI Pfl ES Cohimbui A. 4.Kpm 5.37am Ar Versailles. 5.15pm 5.55am Ar I.a'rcneeb'B 0.05pm 6.32am Ar Shelbyvnie. Forsalo in Richmond by Perry & Thomas 7.35pm 75am jjrugKims. Ar Louisville sept21-lTrains Nos. 1, . 5 and Free Observa tlon Chair Cars between Louisville and Lex . i y. 1045am No. 6. 7.30am 7.86am 8.20am 9.12am 10.40am 6 carrv 5.55pm 9.50pm 6.17pm 10.09pm 145pm 10.35pm Na Z No. 4. 4.25pm 5.15am cipal farmers of this section are Taylor Rice, Col. Jonathan Estill, grandson of the Indian fighter. Tho Yates boys tie ltblilCMJItO there are scions of one of tho oldest ncsatn:n-- j to I'.n rwt ef t'u tlleasc tiiat Is why fire--. It U :'io erenteit Nerve onle In the world families of the county, Thomas Smith, U Action and i't!rc wof' 1 ltulves V'tBrnii'l:rve;eaa Bloodrestores William Bates, John Todd, Mr. Cox, e: Purl onl.i. I U a tn r lint b why fio Zlrlt Clow cnnies linclt to George Parks, William O. Chenault, Insist i::onl-- n in KECENEIIO. ,ii Inwi imk't. liy mall 1.0:) ne Silas Tudor, Sid Noland, John and t. i l.t -t iM.'V). .e rfiecrfully refund f 'jne lx lioses do not effect n cure. Boyle Doty and Thomas Baldwin. Mr. Impotcncr, Varicocele. Stwrmattorhca, litty V'lulSKlons Lnt Rralu nntl Muscular Power, eak '.lemorr. alcrulncss, I.vll Urranis. Despoil' f I "on" lencr. arA n'l cdccti of elf. 'iiy. or seTiml cxei'vi.in I whk'li unfits What is Sho a manly man? idea Well, for instance, one who doesn't stay and Btay and stay just because ho knows-thgirl isn't strong enough to throw him out. Illustrated American. SEND YOUR ANSWERS IN. Purse, fifth in its series of purses inaug urated m ibuu. Successful from the start, its Purse for foals of 1S93 having over 500 nomi nations, notwithstanding the wide spread depression in the interest that year, it lias been patronized by the best class of horsemen in the United States and Canada. Tho subscribers to these purses realize that on the opportunity offered their youngsters to win money dop'ends to a large extent the future of the business, and so realizing have lib erally patronized them in the past and will no doubt so continue to do in tho future. The increased interest shown in the business during the past vear and much emphasized bv the successful sales just closed, should induce owners to enter liberally. What buyers most want are race horses, ones that aro well entered and havo good prospects should they dovelop,speed. Nothing disgusts a horseman more than to find that he has. purchased colt that develops ex treme speed but cannot prollt by it. Youngsters should bo prepared for the market by being liberally entered in stakes and purses. The Stock Farm Publishing- Company will be glad to send you an entry blank Address them at Lexington, Ky. mchl-2- t Nicholasville Democrat. lstton Nb. EASTUOUNU. 13. IN 11. 3.30nm 7.40ro .66pni 0.5iiam &4Hn 10.43am 7.00pm l(L55am EASTBODKU. STATIONS. Lv Ar Ar Ar WESTlJOCtm. No. 12. Na 11. Loulnvil Ar 7.35pm 1040am LarncbrtfAr 5.10pm a 10am HarodsbgAr 4.23pm! 7.20am 4.15pm 7.10am uurgin. . Wheeler a Wilson Oh Prom beMel" At some 'time in her life Cuoid pleads in every woman's esr. I II I U and when that time comes it ts a woman's duty to think twice before she answers. She should think once for herself. and once for the man whn na3 chosen her for his life companion. g It she is suffering from a torturing, weakness or disease so prevalent with sex, sue a as no right to answer "Yes cer until her health is restored. If she does she will be wretched and ill herself and her home will be an nnhaonvooe. T)r Pif ree' Favorite Prescription is a scientific remedy that cures all weakness, disease, disorder and derangement of the delicate and important feminine organs. It is not a " cure-allbut a medicine devised to correct this oss class of disorders and bo other. It Has accomplished its tmroose in tens of thousands of cases, a & shown by tens of thousands of testimonials of the grateful patients themselves. It imparts vigor and virility to the entire wotnanlv oinnism. and is the best of all nerve tonics and restoratives. It 5ts for wifehood and motherhood. It transforms weak, netvous, despondent invalids into healthy, happy lv fifing iMiaviiniv, WESTBonsa Nq'l5.rtNo767 STATIONS. Na 16. tNo. OS. 3.30pm 7.40am Lv I.outsvll Ar lai'Jam 7.35pm 5.02pm 9.09am Ar Shelbvil Ar 9.12am 6.05pm 6.17pm laieam Ar V'crslle.4 Ar 7.50am 4.15pm 6.40pm 11.10am Ar Midway Ar 7.30am 3.38pm 7.16pm 12.05pm! Ar ucorstn Lv 7.00am 3.00pm KASTBOUXD. WESTBOUND. tNa l. tNa 5. STATIONS. tNa 6,tNa 7.40am 3.30pm Lr Louisvil Ar ia40am 7.35pm 102tm 6.20pm Lv Vcrslles Ar 7.50am 4.45pm lLCCam 7.05pm1 Ar Nlchlvlll Ar 6.58am 3.55pm II.Mpm' &05pm Ar Klchmnd Lv 6.05am X.00nm I 1.30pm 1.03pm Ar Irvine Lvl No. 1. Na 3. 7.40am 7.45pm Lv Louisville. 10.45am 1035pm Ar Lexington 7.00pm 7.45am Ar Knoxvllie m M mr drapr-Kin- stations. ," Ar Asbevillo Ar Savannah Ar Jacksonville Ar Chattanooga Ar Atlanta. Ar Macon..., Ar Jacksonville Lv Chattanooga Ar Illrmingham Ar Meridian Ar New Orleans 10.30am LOOam 8.55am 6.10pm lOCSpm 5.10am L15pm 5.10am 9.00am 5.55pm 6.45am 11.50am 2.25pm ILSQam 9.55pm o55am 2.3am 9.55pm 8.30am 8.30am Rotary Motion and gant coaches. Limited carries Throuirh Drnwinsr Room Pull. man Sleeping car between Louisville. AUanta, Macon nnd Jacksonville; connects at Lexington or tihattanocpi with Pullman Sleeping car forNewOrleans; Free Chalrears between Louisville and Lexington : Observation Chair cars between Lexington and Rome; Cite cars, eleTrain No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeping ear between Louisville, Chattanooga and Birmingham, also Throuch Sleeping cars from Lexington to Jacksonville via Abbeville and Savannah: also via Chattanooits. and Atlantic" No change. Free Chair cars Lexington to Chattanooga. Through bleeping cars Lexington to New Orleans. A. Whedon. P.&T.a.. iiT.SwirT. P.&T.A., Louisville. Ky. Lexington, Ky. r.s.OANNojt.sdi'.pa.M., J. m. culp.t. u W.A.TCKK.G.P.A.. Bearings, tDallv exccptSunday. . Washington, X). C Washington. D.a For sale by Dewey Music Co., WK.H.TATIOE.A.G.PA. Washington, P. C. mood, Ky. . LealgylUe, Ky. Rich " I was so weak I could scarcely walk about the house," writes airs. Mattie Scrum, of Allen' Creek. Amherst Co., Va. Was reduced to a mere skeleton. I was never free from pain in the back and head and could not sleep at night. I bought three bottles of Dr. Pierce's . Favorite Prescription and 'Golden Medical twovialsof 'Pleasant Pellets.' After taking these six week I felt like a new person ; sleet well and trained in flesh. I am rfointr 'l my own housework and we have nine In the family." A man or woman who neslects suffers from slow Dr. .Pierce's Pleasant cure oonaUnotion. One "Pellet" is a gentle and two a miM cathartic. medicine (UalcM acU them. other pUi arc "jwt a good." n Below wo submit a list of ton questions, which we defy any goldbug or Republican to answer, without evasion, according to tho facts as "they can bo proven and not convict himself of be ing in tho wrong. First. Is not tho purchasing power of tiie dollar greater now than it was from 18S0 to 1802? Second. If its purchasing power fs greater, does it not tako moro labor, produce gr merchandise to get a dollai? Third. If so, does it not mean that in proportion to tho amount of business, labor, produce, etc., there aro fewer dollars in circulation? Fourth. Is tho debt or tax paying power of tho dollar any greater npw than it was from 1880 to 1892? Fifth. Does it not take more labor or farm produce to pay a debtof$l(X) now than it did in said period? Sixth. If it does, will not a creditor who holds a noto or mortgage drawn he fore 1802, get relatively more for 6uch a note or mortgage than the debtor con' traded to pay? Seventh. Would there be any in justice to the creditor In restoring the samo ability to pay that tho debtor had when he contracted tho debt? Eighth. Is it not robbing the debtor, to increase the purchasing power of tho dollar between the time of his contract ing a debt, and its payment? Ninth. Is not the lowering of the prico of labor and prodnco many per cent, equal to increasing debts and taxes an equal per cent? Tenth. Would the free coinage of silver, at the present ratio, increase or decrease the purchasing power of the dollar? n The Japanese are, as a race, so small that It is necessary to build specially low bicycles for them. THE FIRST BABY. Its Coming is Looked Forward to With Both' Joy and Fear and it3 Safe Arrival is Hailed With Pride and Delight by AIL Tho arrival of tho first bnbv in tho household is the hnppiest nnd most important event of married life. Tho young wife who is to become a mothe delights to thinkof the happiness in store for her when the little ono shall nestle upon her breast and latterly sho shall hear it lisp tho sweet and holy name, "mother. ' But her happy anticipation quickly van ishes wnen sno realizes the terrible pain and suffering through which she must pass while bringing the little one into the world. An indescribable fear of the danger attendant upon tho ordeal soon dissipates her Joyf ulncss. Thousands of women havo learned by experienco that there Is absolutely no necessity, for the sufferings which attend child-birtthey know that by th( use of "Mother's Friend" a scientific liniment for a few weeks before tho trying hcur, expectant mothers can so prepare ihcmselveu for the final hour that tho pain and suffering of tho dreaded event are entirely obviated and it is safely passed through with comparatively little discomfort. All woman aro interested, and especially expectant mothers who for the rirst time have to undergo this trial, in such a remedy ; for they know tho pain and suffering, to say nothing of the danger, which is in store for them. "Mother's Friend" is woman's greatest blessing, for it takes her safely through the severest ordeal of her life. Every woman should bo glad to read the little book "Before Baby is Born," which contains information of great value to all. It will be sent free to any one who sendg their address to The Bradfield Hgti-lto- r Co., AUaoU, G. h; It Arnspiger, Lexington, Ky Capt H A Welsh. Nicholasville, Ky J D Turcell, Lexington, Ky J H Baker, Lexington, It Arnspiger, Lexington, Lou Kanatzer, Lexington, Dr G W Bcolor, Louisville, A W Kratzer, Lexington W T Baker, Louisville, LU Milward estate, Lexington,. . . . Mrs J I Bright, Lexington A C Goode, Lexington, Jenny Murphy, Lexington, A E T&ylor, Oakdalo. Tenn Perry Crosthwaite, Lexington J B Qnisonberry, Danville Dr H P Cox, Harrodsburg, R F Johnson, Baltimore, Md Ross & Harrington, Falmouth, . . . William Long, Lexington Lillio Gngle, Louisville, Eli Strider, Lexington, Lou Spalding, Louisville C A Culver, Lexington J W Appleton, Lexington, Jos II Power, Flomingsburg, J M & John Skain, Lexington, Ernest Hudson, Lexington Anderson Butler, N Middletown, Susan Brown, Lexington Mrs Emma Haum, Lexington, . . . Miss Annie B Ford, Lexington, . . . W II Ford, Lexington, Lexington, W H Ford, Lexington, William Holmes, Lexington, J S Ciirisman, Danville, Clara B Stan wood, San Francisco, Cal . . .' Margaret G Hutchison, Lexington J D Purcell, Lexlugton, Mrs Maggie Burke, Junction City, Kate StrrTwder, N Middletown, Miss Lizzie Keating, Macon, Ga John M Rees, Louisville, Dr R B Cassady, La Grange, O S "Williams, Burgin, W J Poteet, Harrodsburg, Kate S Brown, Lexington, . . . . 40 CO. 38 50. 40 50. 37 50. CO CO. 34 50. 40 CO. 34 50. 39 50. 39 50. 35 50. 39 CO. 25 50. 38 50 . 3S 80 08 Etc., Etc., Etc 19 84 58 38 37 33 37 50 . 3G 50. 50. 50. 50. 50. 50. 50. 79 05 79 92 92 82 92 50 89 89 G5 43 OS 4G 44 44 00 44 97 80 80 45 Cheap, Attractive. WE ARE THE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM, 87 19 78 06 87 19 84 58 30 3G 84.58 84 82 82 79 79 61 77 74 35 CO. 35 50. 34 50. 34 CO. 27 50 . S3 50. .. 32 CO. 32 CO . "30 CO. 25 50 . 28 50 . 27 50. 28 50. 26 50. 28 50. 27 50. 24 50. 23 50. 19 50. 23 50. 23 50. 22 CO. 22 50 . 22 CO. 21 50 . 21 50. 20 50. 19 50 . 17 50. 18 50. 18 60. 17 74 48 56 64 61 64 59 64 61 54 52 42 62 52 49 49 49 47 47 45 42 3S 58 00 00 43 43 85 06 32 32 80 97 32 85 32 41 GERSTAFF DAY TELEPHONE 73. OLDHAM NIUnT TELEPHONE 67. v. jm. o. OS... CASH terms will be cc 32 85 55 04 47 04 04 70 76 .. SlUKt! V sh itm rat, em cu -- eo o a a e a On and after January 1st, 1899, our .. .. ..ao ao as SPOT CASH!" -have attempted to run our business by collecting our accounts the first of each month, bat have been unable to collect them nil promptly. Wo are thereforo compelled to sell for CASH that we may pay cash forotirgoods, and will endeavor to make it to the interest of the trado to do business with us. Wo have a nice line of staplo and. Fancy Grecorles, Quecaswaro vaad Clas377arc, &c. Give us a call, examine our stock and get prices. SFGoods exchanged for country produce We 40 40 3S 3S 3S 17 -- . . . . Hnrry McCarty, Nicholasvillo Skookura 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, 'i, ,. Nicholasville, W W Quinn, . Col RC Morgan, Lexington, Georgetown,-- . . . G W Fitzgerald, J V Coffey, Yosemite, . J II Baker, Lexington, Newport News Syndicate, Newport News, Va . Newport News Syndicate, Newport News, Va . . . . . Newport News Syndicate, Newport News.-Va"- , W L Richmond, Lexington, F II Norton, Lexington, . . !! E L Dcnhard, Louisville M E Patton, Nicholasville, 1 II .Norton, Lioxington, . . . Alice P Arnold, Richmond, . , Abram Stowers, Covington. . S R Warren, Lexington, . . . Henrv Bruenning, Loaisville, -. Mr!, Richmond, . . J , Fred Close, Jr Cincinnati, O Savogo Bros, Rlack Mountain, NC ...... 17 18 17 ..... 16 17 17 CO. 50. 50. 50. 50. 50. 50. 50. 40 38 35 38 3S 3S ...... ...... ...... .... v. 17 CO. 17 50 . 17 50. 17 50. -- 14 CO. 15 CO. 15 60. 14 50. 15 CO. 14 CO. 15 38 38 3S 31 17 76 38 38 02 47 03 34 34 03 03 03 34 03 74 03 03 03 03 03 03 SO." ...3 ..ao ..ao ao ..ao oo (S -- oo ..oo ao ao ao c... e... o... .. e... ... as... e... .. ao ..ao ao ao ao ao ao ao ao as eo ao ao ao oo ao ao ao ao Mia ao HIGGINS .... ELLIS, KY. E5 ..ao O e'l"1 :s:::::s:::s:::::::::::::::. WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, 'Jiiitaitiaiiiciiiiitiiiiiiaii(((iM(i(atitf ooooooocoooooooooooaoBoaoaoooooooooooooo :'ii.0o wja 'H 33 45 33 45 31 17 33 33 33 33 33 32 31 29 31 22 24 20 29 15 31 17 .... 50. 50. 15 50. 15 CO. 15 45 45 45 45 17 1 Why Suffer Agony ? When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed lo euro you. It is tho discovery of an eminent physician. Ks Knife ! , 14 50. 14 CO. 14 ,50. 10 CO. 11 50. 14 50 f 14 CO. 13 32. 02 17 Kq Interruption cf DusiiiGSS I . 31 17 31 17 .- elms - a Total Profit Over Cost . ........ 12 50. 13 CO. .50 ,72 25 47 69 02 Tho first treatment brings immediate relief. Itlm cured thousands, and wilLcuro you. MIL T. WILCOX, prominent inercls.i;ifs poiifician and chief of tho Chattanooga Fire Department, srys : " After years of tulTcrhvj, DON'S PILE OINTMBN T -s . w- $5,438,22 to mc. The use of ono boxcflecttJ a permanent cure. I voluntarily give you th& hoping it will be the means of bringing your wonderful remedy to the sttt-nt- i n of olhcrj suffering with piles." sta-r:xn- !sl i.' Price 31.00, Prepaid io any Address. FOR FULL INFORMATION ADDRESS DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, CHA1TANOOGA, TENN. A. ., SMITH BOWMAN, ji Secretary. Ky. MRS. A. T. MILLION, Lnl nt, KicfctttB.