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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): March 8, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899030801_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 8, 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. VOLUME 25. inn WHAT IS GOOD. RICHMOND CLIMAX l 1 t RICHMOND, "What is the real good ?" I asked in musing mood. 'Order," said the law court; "Knowledge," said tho school; "Truth," said the wlso man; 'rieasure," said tho fool ; "Love," said the maiden; ''Beauty," fiaid thesape; "Freedom," said the dreamer; "Home," said the sage; "Fame," said the soldier; "Equity," 'he seer; Spake juy heart sadly; "The answer is not here." Then with my bosom Softly this I heard ; ' Each heart holds the secret; "Kindness is the word." John 15oyle O'Reilly. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1899. NUMBER 40. GRIGSBY & MUNCEY, General Agents, Eastern Kentucky. -- Royal v Absolutely Ipsjre BOYl BAKTNQ POWDER Baking Powder AND 1 NEW YORK FASHIONS, Makes the food more delicious and wholesome CO., NEW YORK. Equitable Life, ttt not quite got my camp to my notion, but am ready for tho reception ot yellow fevers patients when they pcesent themselves. Sanciti Spiritus is like all Cuban cities I have seen, tile roofr.thick walls, grated' windows, narrow streets and poverty nud filth, A young Cuban lives here and he assures me that every house in the city has had yellow fever in it (with the exception of the one now occupied by Gen. Snyder and staff) within two years. So yon see my chances of doing business here is very good, especially when those wild Tennessee "Hill JHllins" get paid off. If they would keep out of buildings and stay in camp their chances to escape the disease "would bo much better, but soldiers will be soldiers, and they mu6t tako their medicine even if it is bitter. The weather is perfectly delightful except in tho sun during tho middle of tho day. This a. in. the temperature was G5 degrees at noon 80 degress, at C p;,m. 72; this is about the average. Dclightful-breezeblow allt day long, and' in the shade I feel very comforta-hl- o in tho shade with woolen shirt and trousers. Mosquitoes would trouble me if 1 did not smoke them out of tho tent at night beforo letting down tho walls. Black gnats, red biun and fleas aro the greatest nuisances, no remedy against. them, have to grin and scratch. I have learned to cuss in Spanish. think it has better etfect on Cuban brothers and docs not seem to hurt my conscience so much as old stylo cujs words do. I have emplovcd a native as my valet and am learning to speak Spanish quite fluently for inc. 1 may bring him (my valet) back home with we as he is inexpensive (vituals I hnrn nmtfi p nnmltar nF Mill CMnfhPK J" : 7". s 1 QUESTIONS ANSWERS OF GENERAL INTEREST. Of your money unless you Louisville. Will you kindly enumerNEW YORK, ate some of tho notable cold spells in get value received for it. history? S. It. A. The first cold snap of which there For that reason we are always appears to be any authentic record ocAgents curred in the year 400, when thcEuxine in glad to have you look around Mr. S. A. Farkler, Editor of tho Sea was. frozen over for twenty days. unoccupied Micanopy (Fla) Hustler, with his wife the store and learn how much, From October, 705, to the following and children, sullered terribly from February the seas about Constantinople better you can do here than La Grippe. One Minute Cough Cure wore frozen a hundred miles from OFFIGE-Mai- n Street, was the only remedy that help them A cold wave is said to have shore. anywhere else. Richmond, Ey. lUacted quickly. Thousands of others swept over England on a midsummer FT? uso this remedy as a specific for La "t-- D day in 1035. In 1063 tho Thames wat Grippe, and its exhausting aftereffects. ANNOUNCEMENT frozen over for fourteen weeks. From DouRlns & Wells. Novemuer,107G, till the followingApril, FOR AUDITOR. England had exceptionally cold weath"We are authoriied to announce JOHN B. LETTER FROWDR. W. P. LAWRENCE. county, a candidate CHKNAULT, of Madison er. Tho Cottesat was entirely frozen in for the office of State Auditor, subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention. 1291. In 1133 tho cold was so intense Y. F. HOSPITAL, that the birds sought shelter In the 1st ltitio.. Div., 1st A. C, FOR HEFEESHNTATIVE. Sancti Spiuitus Cuba, ' towns of Germany. In 1460 the Baltic Deo. 29, 1808, "We are authorized to announce M. U. WILLJ was frozen and passengers crossed beIAMS a candidate for the Legislature, subject to My m Dear Mother: the action of the Democratic party. tween Denmark and Sweden. In 1C94 After landing at Las Tunas I took the We are authoriied to announce TV. W. tho llhine and the Scheldt and the sea COMBS a candidate to succeed himself in the yellow fever car and started out to lhitl at Venice were frozen. All the rivers and handsome and next general assembly of the State of KenWe treat ana euro SYPHILIS, I Evelyn Cable. tal buttons. tuckysubject to the will of the Democratic a cam)) site, a Cuban doctor accomj llUljUl, .! i. Ij tl V 1 . I ot Europe and tho Zuydcr-Ze- o lit'ikUIU11U were Phaetons. Our stock of fine Iarty. panied me to pilot me to a suitable spot frozen and ice was in tho Hellespont Horrible agony is caused by Piles, Ud NATj LOSSES, BLADDER AND KID--1 Maple, MahogIn Bird's-Ey- e We went 10 or 12 miles inland and stop-jie- d carriages is unsurpassed for in 1622. Birds perished in England, Burns and Skin Diseases. Theso are any, Golden and Antique Oak.... j PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. FKKE. BOOKS FREE. CHARGES at the place he had reference to. Of MODERATE. beauty, style, durability and If nnable to eall. write I the forest trees were pplit and the immediately relieved and quickly cured for a ()UKSTION BLANK for HOME all the places I ever saw this was the & Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds. Thames was covered with eleven inches by De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Bo general superiority, and' we ATr0IttT3T3. Worst oue for a camp. Low, flat and of ice in 1G84. In 1691, the cold drove ware of worthless imitations. Doug'Elegant Sideboards. are selling them at prices that with crass higher that my head and the wolves into Vienua, where they at- las & Wells. VV. MILLER. vAExtension and Center Tables. alive with mosquitoes. X explained that 8. will surprise you, quality con tacked people in the streets. The win122 W. FOURTH ST., 0dd Dressers. Chiffoniers. was not the place I was looking for and Attobxby-at-Lawas a hard one thorugh-ou- t EVERYTHING GOES WRONG AT ter of 178S-Ssidered. John Donelsok. CINCINNATI, O. we moved further on and stopped again, Parlor Cabinet Book Cases. Kestucxy. 1810 and Europe. The winters of Richmond, this place was but little better than the Racks, Etc., Etc. 1812 were serve in Russia. That ot 1812 Office in the Burnam Building, next door to y first and as night was approaching I f eb3-larmcr's National Bank. was rendered especially notablo by the Bcarwallow, although only a wide concluded I would go back and tako an There is also on display in. my store the most awful Russian campaign of Napoleon. place in the pike where wagons pass early start tho following day.the Cuban elegant display of Morris Chairs ever On January 2, 1849, tho cold was so each other, or as Dan Dougherty onco promising to got n house for me for ray- in parts of Nor.way that quick said of Middlesborough that it was a brought to Richmond. National Importance self and patient for the night, which he silver froze and persons exposed to the cackling station for migratory bird- sAttorney My selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette, did. atmosphere lost their breath. In 1855 is capable of as many misfortunes, it KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, Kext morning with my outfit consist- Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot the cold was severe in the United appears, as any city of a hundred times Office over Taylor a Hart! ware store, op ir.r. nl nun follftnr Invni- - noca on.) or states, the mercury congealing in its size It is interesting to note what be excelled. , ? posite Court House, on Main btreet. uiuers wuo uau ueen exposed to lniec- - uuuiubiihjj uiiults, among uiucrs 1 "Wnrflmrn Trwliann in .lnnnorr Tim has befallen tho villago, as portrayed by A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and have a botella (water jug) made of po- - Lld w;ls also notablo 5n januaryand our tion and were to be kept by me for 5 II. It. HOGG, correspondent, Col. Q. D. Hill. Corduroy, just received from the city. days in detention camp, lcook,3 nurses I rus clay wincii by constant oozing February, 1S5G; December 2, I860; Jan- Here follow the fracases: ATTORNEY AT LAW. through the pores keeps the surface of nary and three hospital corns men. with Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Work Baskets, 5, 1861; December, lbii, and Jan Kentucky. tents provisions, cooking utensils and the jug wet, and this by being fanned Isaac Ogg's fine work horse died fast Bichmond, Daily, by mail, uary, 1881. a year Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attractweek. hy the breeze causes rapid evaporation medicine, we started, and located a St., up stairs. 31 30 camp on the Cajanana .River about thereby cooling the surface of tho jug Office No. 13 First ive additions to our business. J. S. Ogg.cut his foot badly last week. Daily and Sunday, by mail, '$8 a year Spain's Greatfst Need. nine miles from tiancti Spiritus. Tents and consequently the contents. Irl Hick's prophecy, that rain would you are a lover of beauty it will pay you to Mr. It. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain, unJ.O. &D. M. OHENAULT, wero pitched in grass three feet high I have a bin black mule to ride and spends his winters at Alken,S.C. Weak fall so heavily as to break in housecall and my line of Framed Pictures, MeATTORNEYS AT LAW, and patienU nut in them when ninlit generally go to town every morning to nerves had caused severe pains in the tops, has been verified: Clifton dallions, &c. We also make a specialty of report to my coLiinanding officer. Kentucky. came. I slept in an empty car. back of his head. On usini? Electric Bence's kitchen fell, breaking the furni Richmond, 18 THE GREATEST SUNDAY My candle is getting low So must bid Bitters, Then came the work of cleaniiiK up framing pictures. greatest BIoodand ture badly. NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD. America's Oflice on Second street, over Cben- - the ground, six Cubans who had you nil good night, with best love to jservo nemedy, an pain soon lea mm Squire Young's chimney fell By mall, $2.00 a year. Price 5 cents a copy. machetes weroemployed to cleanup, all and yourself and papa in particular. fje ggyg tj,jg ault's grocery. medicine what Address THE SUN. New York. ' In a few days I had everything in ship Wishing you a merry Christmas and his country liHeds. All Americaisknows J. A.. Lain came very near getting his right car broken (during the PHYSICIANS. shape, my patient doing nicely and no happy New. Year, I am that it'eures livfr and kidney trouble, freeze) but escaped unhurt. 1 our anecuonaie son, other developments, I liad time to look purifies the blood, tones up tho stom Our line is full and complete, and in charge GREENBACKS We are sufferipg awfully from bad Lawrence. around. ach, strengthens the nerves, puts vim, DR. H. R. GIBSON, of Mr. M. G. Brown, a graduate embalmer roads. Our camp was situated on high roll vigor and new life into every mucle, Government Money. will pay you to PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, and funeral director. . A Narrow Escape. 8. M. Graves' son fell from a mule ing ground near the "bank of the river nerve and organ of the body. If weak, Kentucky. call on me before purchasing elsewhere. bichmond. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada tired or ailing you need it. Every bot- Tuesday with painful results. Will sell in any quantity named above, in fine view of the moun At close of our Civil War in 1865, at a very low price. tains near Sancti Sphitus. The watcroi E. Hart, of Grotfln, S. D., Was taken tle guaranteed, only 60 cents. Sold by S. M. Graves is very low. there appeared in the London Times Sec the river was clear as glass and I could with a bad cold which settled on my building, 18 and Office in the Joe Ccilins For particulars call 1 Perry & Thomas, Druggist. Mrs. J. Adams is very ill. the following : 37- ond Street, over wnite oia aruKiiorc. 6ee fish of tho perch variety in all the lungs, cough set in and finally ttermion or address, " If that mischievous financial polWe pause here for breath, hoping newspaper. nated in Consumption. Four Doctors :the deep places. The banks of the stream icy which had its origin in the North CHAS. HOOKER, that the calamities that have befallen were covered with tropical growth.palms, gave me up saying I could live but a American Republic during the late A littlo boy in a neighboring town Bcarwallow citizens sufficiently VETERINARY SURGEON, etc Strange birds, parrots and other short time. I gavo myself up to my was required to write an essny tne stayed to permit of will borecuperation, Co. Civil War in that country, should betheir Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. kind kept, the echo ringing with their Savior, determined if I could not stay come indurated down to a fixture, Successor to J. S. Collins. other day. "Tho Newspaper" was his else the little hamlet will be wiped oil weird notes; familiar sounds, tho quail's with my frionds on earth, I would meet then that government will furnish its subject and here is tho result: the map. PHONE 23.HO. Sterility a Specialty, Veterinary Dentistry and JanI5-3call and pet rack of quinea hens brought my absent ones above. My husband money without cost It will have all "I don't know how newspapers came im atn!r- - nrr ntnre recentlv accu-, was advised to get Dr. King's Sow Dismo nearer home. Ruins of old build the money that Is necessary to carry pled by Richmond Harness Co., East Main StCoughing injures nud inflames sore to be in the world. I don't think God Bichmond, ny. ings of some pretention showed that in covery for Consumption, Coughs, Colds. does, for on its trade and commerce. It will One Minute Cough Cure got nothing to say lnngs he hain't become prosperous beyond precedent former days this part of the Island had I uaveitatrial, took in all, eight bottles. zr. C. JASPER, M. V 'bout thein, and 'editor' is not in tho loosens the cold, allays coughing and m the history of civilized nations of been cultivated-- , but now, palm xx nas cured me, and thank Oou 1 am Bible. VV Medicine and Surgery. I think the editor is one of the heals quickly. The best .cure for antl novv a wel1 anJ healthy wo- the world. The brain and wealth of thatched cabins with dirty, sickly, half missing links you hear about, and children. Dout'las & Wells. Oflice Collins Buildinc, Main Street man." Trial bottles free at Perry and we do not handle,- - because all countries will go to North America. (the Cnrr place) on si.nrvvl inmntRR tnll Mia tnln of infill- residence Telephone at stayed in the brush till after the flood, llrondway. edness and warfare. Over half the peo Thomas Drug Store. Regular size 50c then came out BAD BUSINESS. we know nothing adout the THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE thing up, DESTROYED OR IT WILL DE - - - - - Kentucky. ple I saw suffering from calentura(chill and $1.00 guaranteed or price refunded, and been here and wrote thodon't think Richmond. drug business, but ever 6ince. I STROY EVERY MONARCHY ON 1 and fever) I held a levee each day and An old gravoyard digger who lived M D., he ever dies. I never saw a dead un' THIS GLOBE." ministered to their many ailments, the G. W. EVANS, and never heard of one getting licked in a village at the foot of tho Grampians The famous Hazzard circular, to O 03 greater proportion wero suffering from 2 Our papr is a mighty poor un'; tho edi was one day complaining about the capitalists in New York, and the Buell malaria and starvation. To see a grown dullness ol times. "Man, John, is and'Sukqkon, Physician tor goes 'thout underclothes all winter, Bank circular to United States Bankwoman, skin and bone only, grab a hard don't wear no socks, and pa hasn't paid trade that bad wi' ye?" said a sympa We make, sell and apply. After more than 30 ers, botn emanating from London, and Richmond. - - - - Kentucky. lack and swallow it reminded me of SUCCESSFUL ENTERPRISE BASED ON practical thizing neighbor. "Bad," returned years actualpntting onexperiencedwethe making, the fabulous corruption fund raised in his subscription in five years." feel some of paint, selline and ' "Old Joe" dog and the beefsteak bone. John, bringing his staff down with an what Justified in claiming that vrc know some- England and Germany, estimated at MERIT. awnmni'i DR. T. J. TAYLOR, more about the business than those who tn ntpJ 50 oi After staying liere until day after impatient gesture, "I have na buried thing for a short time as clerks and dealers been $1,500,000, were the agents that se LITERARY NOTES have in Medicine and Surgery, Practitioner ana 5- -1 ' counter Christmas the sick being well again, we mV a leevin' sowl this sax weeks" N. Y. sellingofover thethey were paints cannea with cured the closing of our mints against Kentucky. moved the hospital to my present loca The Importancs ol Informing The Public of unacquainted keged which Richmond. We guarantee to silver. Value ol an Article Through The Tho the quality of the contents. "Book News" for March covers the Tribune. give to the people of this and adjoining countion three miles north of Sancti Spiritus, Leading Newspapers. The "walk into my parlor" policy and residence on Second Street. ties better paints, that will produce better reliterary field both broadly and in de one-hamile from 4th Tennessee Paul Perry, of Columbus, Ga., suf sults for less money than any concern this side of England, during and since the A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and tail, and records not only the general fered agony lor tbirty years, and then of the larger cities. Now make a list of paints camp,"on a peninsula made by two figures from Spanish War, is the latest evidence DENTAL SUEGEET. lho few remedies which have at literary progress of lho year but the spe- cured his Piles by using De Witt's wanted from White Lead on, get are get EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. creeks (names unknown.) I have a tained to world wide fame, as truly cific development of the book world in Witch Hazel Salve. It heals injuries all, then you our figures and if woany not lower of English Diplomacy in shaping the one else, better goods than and give beautiful location and I think as heallhv beneficial in effect and" gives satisfac- - Im Tificf. mnntli. A fpnrnrn if nirirft anu stun diseases liKo magic. Doug- wc promise you that we wont ask you to bay. destiny of tlie United States Kcmcmoer we sunmiL samples 101: your CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. las & Weils. as can be found in the island. I have uon'fo millions nf nmnlo nmrvwlm .i f ic 1 "mJ " w" ""7 It Jtlll lllO91ifK 111 11.1 VOV AO laV J IWI'WiJIUtU Tubes, by Mail, 76 cents; bottles, so Cents. Notwithstanding the famine price are the products of tho knowledge of bv authors setting forth above their au- DBSTIST, of wheat, the Spanish War, and fabu- - JAMES F. BALLARD, Sale Proprietor, - - 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MQ. OF LOCISVILLR, KT. the most eminent physicians, and pre- - toirraphs, in some cases with amusing ous expenditures ot money by our anl5-lnext door to aorernmect Building, seuteil m tlie lorm most acceptable to frnnknesR. the aims which DromDted For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druggists. 3 to 1 to 1. government during the past year, gold RichmSnd, Ky. Office hoars 2M ff, IllS STBEET. tlie human system by the skill of the Mir rPKncctive works. Critical cor novl7-l- y Matlack. Captain Frank Matlack per cent RICHMOND, KY. has increased m value eleven world's great chemists; and one of the respondence from tho publishing cen a widely known passenger conductor on and all other values decreased in the lanrest and only exclusive wholesale successful examples is tho Syrup of inrs of the United States and likewise the Cincinnati Southern, died last Four nice rooms for rent. same proportion. retail dealer in Paints, Wall Paper, Wintigs manufactured by the California from London, illustrated reviews of the Wednesday morning in Covington and Shades, Window Glass, Oils, Varnishes, dow ror a thorough understanding ot Painters supplies generally, Fig Syrup Co. Unlike a host of imita more striking books of tlie month, and Deceased is a brother of Capt. Tom Brashes, Artist and prices ahvaj s the lowest. the money question, or silver issue, Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob- stock the largest and l tionsaiut cheap substitutes, Syrup of a list of those which are having the Matlack, a popular conductor on the the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly ESTABLISHED Pigs is permanently beneficial in its best sale in our chief cities, combine to K. C. Tlie latter is pleasantly recalled given evidence of its ability to teach, son, next door to postoffice. effects, and therefore lives and pro- - make the March ''Book Newii" very by the writer as one of the best men explain and produce all facts and motes good health, while inferior pre- - useful to every book reader. John that ever pulled a bell cord on the old truth. It is a paper that ought and )?. FRED SMITH. parations are being cast aside and for-- Wauamaker, Philadelphia and New L. C & L. Short line, between Louis can be read by all classes with pleas DENTIST. gotten. In olden times if a remedy York Monthly, 5c a month; 50o a year. vill, Lexington and Cincinnati. ure ana proht gave temporary reiiet to individuals over Collins' Grocery, same office lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Margin. jan!2-I- y "Every morning I have a Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and here and thcre.it was thought good; bad taste in my mouth; my days a laxative remedy must j but now-- a American Marble and Granite. tongue is coated; my head I give satisfaction tofall. If you havo aches and I often feel dizzy. H. I have no appetite for breakfast never used Syrup of Figs, give itatrial, the National Catarrh and what food I you will be pleased with it, and West Virginia' t chief magistrate recommends Iand recommend it to your friends or to jne. I have a heavy feeling in Remedy and Nerve Tonic. Mr. un West Ninth Street. Cincinnati, Ohio, my stomach. I am getting so Commission will be at the Hotel Zlmmer, Richmond, Ky., on any who suffers from constipation, or weak that sometimes 1 tremble Merchants.. from or from colds, head and my nerves are all unstrung. Wednesday, March 8, 1899, I am getting pale and thin. I aches, biliousness, or other ills result am as tired in the morning as returning every second Wednesday o. each I lire slow to speak for publication. This Is be Those who arc conlcmnlatlntr buyinc Marble. Granite, or any kind ol ing from im inactive condition of the at night." every physician of Rich month. Reference tho roar at cause their influence is so great, Tho endorse' Work, will find it to Hogs Sheep, Cemetery E. Church on Irvine tl'Clrinterest to callwill tho old stand in on liaiul kidneys, liver and bowels. leoio-iWhat does your doctor say? mond, Ky. Street, where they find constantly of the M. cent of Governors, Senators and Congressmen " You are suffering from improcess of manufacturing the In the a largo stock of finished work to select from, at prices to 6iiit all cla?60B of irmrantees merit. Tublie words of praise from pure blood." . pleasant family laxative made by tho KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. Olivers. MTMil. Vf.. (5. GOUOHEH, one; of the best workmen In Control suchi prominent officials must bo based on positive What is his remedy? Kentucky, is m charge of our establishment and this means sat isiactcry work California .Fig Syrup Co., knowledge. The recognition which the eatarrbjremedy Union Stock Yards, E. LIS. CAVE, Fiwifc.t, leiiugtea, Ij. In overy" phase. Parties livinc at a distance should write to us for designs, Syrup of Figs, figs are tlfi,ed; as they. are is constantly receiving by men of national ERARY, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COM will bo furnished oa application. fame Is very gratifying. Among recent letters from pleasant to .tho taste; but lho medicinal Cincinnati, O. which MERCIAL COLLEGES. uovenaor jCtP-YOpersons of eminence is tne following 'rasa PATRONAGE SOIiICITED.-- & -- GO TO THE- properties of the remedy are obtained a Tuition for Lltcrar; and m Die uonrso 510,000 i twenty AUcnson of West Virginia. Tne governor says: llnr. thfin nunil teachers. alumni. 7346. Telephone from an , excellent coinb'irialibn ol of SQCcessful m.n..inn. Tli nn iM . Charleston, West Va., March 9, 1S98. plants Known to" be' medicinally laxaSocial and moral welfare of students receive I sexes. For attention. Otien to both nr-l-t 'AH information regarding live Medicine Co Columbus O. The JlyCT-tive and to act most beneficially; As catalogues address the President. Consign KEPAIRINQ AUD TIMEING FINE WATC1IE3 stock cheerfully furnished. Gextlzmkx: "I caa recommend yow MW. Short St., Lexington, Ky. tho true and original relriedyjj'-nameAH Work Guaranteed.. sept7-l- y as a toaie. Its reputation your stock direct to us. Syrup ol Fign, is manufactured, by tho Truster- as a care for catarrh is excellent, it having California Figs Syrup Co onlj a mnU. Lddeine SS cents been used by a number of people kaowa to Most convenient and centrally located hotel In I knowledge CALL of that fact will assist in respite." the. city, fine equippea nana (tobikcikmi me with the very best : avoiding the worthless imitations manuVery truly, Gov. G. W. Atkotsox. factured by" other parties. The CouxSO YEARS' jpatiy has selected for years' past the EXPERIENCE SHORT LINE TO Catarrh is the national disease. Not ssssssssasar leading publications of the United States an American family is free from it through which to inform the publico! -Tho search for relief and ere is con-SALOON PARLOR Richmond, Ky. tho merits nf its remedy, and among 2nd stant Experiments of all kinds are You must not nave consti WHEN IN TOWN. continually made without result for them tho Climax is included, as will expect the pated bowels if you Best Line to n good. Ignorance ot the causes and be seen uy rcieronce 10 us advertising Sarsaparilla to do its best work. nature of catarrh is universal. Catarrh , columns. But Ayer's Pills cure constipaDesigns TEXAS, ARKANSAS, Coolesfc and most refreshing ,Ls elusive, persists t, penetrating 'It tion. Copyrights Ac. may exist in any orgaa of the body. saay FIRMNESS. of drinks that ean'be found Anyone sending- a sketch mtanehfOtm We have a book on Palenes3 MEXICO quickly ascertain our opinion rn wmsmt bb For this national malady there exists and Weakness which you may in the. city are dispensed Invention is prohabiy tlonsstriotlycoiuWitCirHIoisJ'aj(BU the national scientific remedy a have for the asking. and accommoJones Pear mi! Yon Bay you often by AND CALIFORNIA. rent free. Oldest aawerJor;irPeBt. Yeu can buy more GROCERIES for less money which for forty years haw been doing a Patents taken throueh 1 " lay down the law to your wifo. How WrMn to afc- - TnuiiMAN's than anywhere on Earth. dating clerks. iprclal mttes, without charge, l.ui Botar.to consiilt Louis -- 1 Give Puilraan Tourist Sleeping Car leavesthrough! ( grand work. Perhaps you would like lllle every Thursday night and runs do you go about it? a Gov. 0. "Y. ATinxstaf is the untHaehing' foe of eminent cliTtletani about your condi ,aC call. . to San Francisco. aaeK Srdfa W4r Kef M Vms : tion. WrlW us treelr all tne particulars "olWestVIreinSs. JJones Why, ail you. neen WBrm- Asl your ticket atrent for particulars or write oatarrh nnd overcomes it wherever it AhM0elyllhirtrata4jjlg. . in your cue. You win receives iirouipt toR II. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, t ness. X usually go into my study, iock msy Address, ER. J. C. AVER. exist. It Is the presort atkm of Dr. Hartman, President of.eha-rg-, Surgicala year: four months, it. BeStr VMe2l- I to Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to personal attention, w 1 th ou t nan. tiia door and do it over the tranr I Hotel, Colurabus, u., wno Second PhoTte3. Memphis and New Orleans. subject Pi catarrhal diaesMaC, Dr. all yow need k firmness in tBe tfcor! volaattootM oorreptwwle B I WM. A. KELLOND. H. HANSGff, UKHMOND, apiilieaUcn. AU dmgguts tll A. Cor. Maut ah CmUpsipsu book as Mtonrh u s O. V. A., Cbkao. A.a.F.JwLoafariU. m . ICoarier-Jonrna- l, wanted territory. A chic costume Is of drab Swedish cloth with self bands and black velvet bows as trimming. Many of tho high stock collars in The executor of Lee Jake White, deceased. Tke Luting Specialists ef Amarlca offers for sale privately about voguo have cascades of iridescent beads 20 YEARS IN OHIO, dangling from the front, almost to the 250,000 CURED. belt. 80 Earrlng3 are actually returning to WE CURE EMISSIONS favor. The daintiest ones in voguo are Nothing can be moro denioialiiicc to 23 ot which lies immediately In Foxtown, the d dropped pcarls.surmounted young or middle-agemen than the rres-- I4 .balance is between the land ot Wm. Bennett by a single diamond. enco ot thefo "nightly loeict," They W and Dudley Tribble. The latter is in bluegrass l.rodace weakness, nervoumefs, a feeling fH and has not been ploughed for thirty years. Linen laces have been shelved by of dijsnstandawholotniinofrymptom?. kgfe Address, : :uwwcv,. Auatillta WK i rri. .'.f i. mnu. xvt I point do Paris and Valenciennes for .ut; ....... .... .. IT. Uio and tocial happinen. no matter 1 i John G. Cole, Ex., trimming underclothes. whether canted by eril habits in yonth. catnra I weaknesR or tesual exceues, our Box2S9. All of tho charming Spring dresses Winchester, Ky. Trill positively ffew Method Treatment anl-2ta cure yon. shown bv Best & Co. for little girls, reveal, if possible, a greater wealth of NO CURE-N- O shoulder ruffling and general iteaacr. you need Help, taxiy abuse or am later eiccfsej may havo ncakencd yon. Vrl than ever. The sleeves, too, UiDOfure mar havo diseased too. 1 on aro not rate tin rural. Onr New Method are full enough to look pretty and will care you. You ran bo risk. comfortable. CURED Bordered silks both plain and figured, 1'ounp; Man Ton aro pale, fceblo .iro shown among Spring novelties. and haggard ; nervoos, irritablo and excitable. Yon become forgetful, morofe, Narrow shirred ribbons are as preand despondent; blotches and pimple, valent amoung trimmings as ever. ronken eyes, wrinkled face, stooping form and domcaft coantenasco royeal Theyglvea dainty finish to any gartho blight of your existence. ment, and fill in deficiencies most WECUREWttCQCElE 4 beautifully. 1 No matter how ccriona your case may Some very exclusivo designs appear be. or how long you may have had it, onr ! NEW MKT110D TUEATMENT will HI in the new lengths for ladies' shirt DRIVING. cure it. Tho "wormy veins"return to waists. roxual organs receive proper nourishBlack is always in good taste for street mentTho organs become vitalized, nil IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, VI ununmrot u rains or losses cease anu it wear, bpriug costumes ol manly powers return. No temporary M and you can also say extreme assured. blnck camel's hair serge are very desir Ml benefit. Dut a permanent care OPEItA- NO UUKK. NO PAY. NO able. ly comfortable, when you are Taffeta silk shirt waists are made m TION PUOll BUSINESS. driving in one of our easy very attractive by the addition of crys- m GURES GUARANTEED FOR SALE. ks pear-shape- ihl We Don't d Want a Cent D3 II PAYH butter-flyishne- ss asos0oo 3!S R CD ill a IigUt-weigl- Bed-roo- Buries A Suites... iTHat Kennedys KerganE 9 J at-La- r I . Paint For News and Qpinions .The Sun $ Contains Both. We have an limited quantity If y. jnd of black paint, suitable for barns, Iron Fences, Gutters, &c. m or It ...Her Lp I If S, NEVILLE MOBERLEY ") DTU A BOON TO MANKIND! " hi mum Mini Paints TABLER'S BUCKEY X PILE Wt&Bt&s w CUR! co lf I I o,; MARRIED. m, 12-- IS Til i nut ffS-T- mm s YIU1 wad ison Monumental Works 1863. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Pbopbietob. Dr. louis Landman Endorsed by .the Governor. Pe-ru-n- a, W,H.Hoshal&CD over-feedin- g, r bi EPRESENTATIVE MEN FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. . y. m m U d A and-name- h am m Pe-ru-i- UR 4 it Pe-ru-- tf English Kitchen, JKMES - D. H K7VU LTO Proprietor. d pre-script- illiis rami New Orleans- Pc-ru-- r . Mil up-to-da- te L. E. LANE, Street, ' Pe,-m-n- REMEMBER r, tr ScktiHtlc Jlmmcatt. $gfi?; a-- a ku'i Fib Pa-rua- a. Mcmiom, ky. St Thitsma Gkoceey Co,, . IO . -- - The Richmond Climax. a ii roODi--, Auoclate Editor. IPSO. friend of temperance sent CliiMAx tho following quotation: A the WEDNESDAY. MCH. 8, POULI31IK11KVFKY WKDN1CSDAT BY "Wo are traveling to tho beautiful city of the Ideal. We are aware that we shall never reach it but the suburbs are very pleasant." To the thoughtful citizen, he who has the highest moral welfare of his community at heart, the abovo is strengthening and reassuring, if practically applied. "Only, the First Step is Difficult" The first step in Spring should be to cleanse Nature's house from Winter's accumu lations. Hood's Sarsaparilla lar tho world's material wealth, nor does this 'work easily. It is a single discovery to science, nor a new Greatest Spring mechanical appliance, it PRICK PKK YEAR, $1.50. as well or better for the mightofbe just America's earth. sons It would give the spiritual an oppor- Medicine. It purifies the blood, tunity to catch up. The history of na- as millons of people say. ANNOUNCEMENT tions shows that their decline began FOB AUDITOR. ThG Climax Printing Co. If tho to next century added not a dol- William and Richard Jones. In this hour of their deepest sorrow this household should bo comforted by the knowledge that rheirlovedoneexem- ilified all the christian virtues in her ife and triumphed over death and the grave with the confident hope oi a blessed immortality. The lunerai services, at tho family rcsldcnco, were conducted by Ilev. Zernowastor of the fresbvtenan church, alter wnicn tne long procession of sorrowing friends followed the remains of their loved neighbor and friend to thoir last resting place in our beautiful City of tbo Dead. 'Where shall we find another like to her Whose crentle snirit has been called a war. Or how fill up the vacant places left. now tiua the oroicen. nearu oi inia saa uay i 'The stricken husband finds that his beloved Is allent for the first time irhen be calls: t A him The voice of mourning In echoes through the silent empty nans., WE HAVE PLENTY OF COAL, g Uotice to Creditors All those havine claims acatnst the estate ot Colurubss Perkins, dee'd . will please file same with tho undersigned, properly verified on or belorothe25tnday or May, issa, or same wm be barred. B. B. MILLION, Admr., in;bS-4With the will annexed. w i M Jf M Ntf NJ And can fill orders Our Pine promptly. Knot and Straight Creek Coals can not be excelled. We also handle Hay, Corn, etc. Telephone 21, near R. N. I. & B. Depot. Terms, Strictly Cash. NEFF & MILLION. Notice to Creditors All those havlnir claims tealnst the estate ot Joseph Itcathman, dee'd will please file same properly verified at once to mch8-lWith the will annexed. I ink Are you marrie d? if so I mean to any particular house, BESTget a divorce GOODS get the buy where you can LEAST MONEY. Come to my store and convince yourself of the wonderful reduction in Wraps, Dress Goods, Underwear, Wool Hosiery, Blankets Comforts, and Notions of all kinds. for the and action ot the Democratic State Convention. FOB BErBESBXTATIVE. We are authorized to announce JOHN H. CIIEXAULT. of Madison county, a candidate lor the office ot State Auditor, subject to the the action ot the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. W. COMBS a candidate to succeed himself In the next general assembly of the State of Kentucky subject to the will of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce M. II. WILLIAMS a candidate for the Legislature, subject to stamp must bo licked and seemingly licked forevor. tion has beon discovered. Tub evidences are that perpetual mo- It makes the weak strong, as nervous when their prosperity was at its height; and when they felt most secure then men and women gladly testily, it It was tnat tnetr lounuations crumDieu. cures all blood diseases, as thousands 'Her friends, her church will miss her wel come race. Now that much of what Congress of cured voluntarily write. It is just the And those who know her best will sorrow most. failed to do is iustly chargeable to the medicine for you, as you will gladly say Bat all her pain is past. The sweet voice now Sneaker, we are clad to note that Dem after you have given it a fair trial. WIU swell the antnems or tnc heavenly nost." ocratic opinion of Speaker Reed is be C.E.W. Bad Blood- -" Although past 70 years of ing shared by our Republican fiiend. age I .am thorougniy wen. it was wree lone as Democrats and Fopulists bottles ot Hood's Sarsaparilla that made As wero the victims of his tyranny the In me so after Republicans hailed and applauded attendance. (pending over JG0 raw medical sore on My trouble was a Joo AVilson, of Louisville, has Keed as a great and good man. But my ankle." Alas. Louisa JIaeox, Court when his tyranny operated upon Repub- Street, Lowell, Mass. accepted a position at the It. N. I. & B. licans they began to haul. It does Running Sores- -" After worryinK four depot.. make a dillerenco whose ox is gored. We r.rint the following without com ment, except that "there nro others" besides Woodford : ' The Countv Assessor's report shows of Woodford coun that the ty had on deposit in bank Sept. 1st, 1S98.S113.1S8 The statements of tho flvo banks in Woodford county Janu ary 1st, 1S09. showed aggregate of about 5550.00 an increase in lour months of nearly four hundred percent. This is prosperity in great chunks, or somebody lied to the as sessor. tax-paye- rs al Our Goods bis person a pistol aud a bowia knlf, lie soon manifested a desiro to take charge of tho train. Aflor Capt. Mar tin had relieved him of his Are arms, he drew his knife and announced his intention of carving up the urbane conductor. In disarming liira Capt, Martin received a slight cut on the finger. Capt. Martin telegraphed tho authorities at Winchester, and whon the train reached that point, Mr. Bice was introduced to a gentleman dressed in blue, who gave him a pressing invi tation to stop over and spend the night. Ho was tried on tho following day at Winchester and is now a guest of that gentleman in charge of the county board ing houso located back of the court house, whero he will remain for fifty days at the public expense. They Don'fKnow When They Arc Killed AND Our Prices 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 38c. to $5.00. Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. . Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50c. Ladies' Vests, 15c. and up. A A Hose, 19c. Ladies' a mo 1! Spool Cotton, lc. and up. x 4, The revenue months 1 gave my children Hood's Sarsaparilla and it cured them of running sores. Hood's Pills cured mo of dyspepsia and constipation." Mas. Kate K. Thomas, 31 Governor St., Annapolis, Md. One reason why the n"m 011 our rcv cnue stamps tastes so badly is that you lick to pay Kgan a salary of 5.500 per Year "for conduct unbecoming a gon tlernan," etc If romoving tho tariff duty on wood pulp will smash tho print paper trUBt, why will tho placing of other tliincs on the freo list not smash other trusts? The Democratic Stato Executive and to-d- Consumptive Cough -- "Five years ago I had a consumptive cougn wmcn reduced me to a skeleton. Was advised to take Hood's Sarsaparilla which I did and recovered normal health. I have been well ever since." Matilda Beidqewateb, Cor. Pearl and Chestnut Sts., Jencrsoaville. Ind. Do you see Rico & Arnold's warn ing that thoir "Sweep Out Sale" will last but a short time longer? y New Clerk. Compel 3ou to trade with us when you give us a trial. 13 13 mm fl 338 Pr 17?.. n SMS Jlr. Bichard L. Gentry, Jr., lately editor of the job department of the Climax, has accepted the position of clerk with Stockton & Hngan. Richard likes tho place and can already tell dis tilled aqua from H2 S04. Kit and Mitch. All-wo- ol 100-Yar- d m The The circulars scattered broadcast last and llood'i I11U core lUcr llli. the Those entirely capable and eminently Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. by catchy phrases nor State Central Committees have been Friday morning before the break of day only cathartic to take with llood'a Sarttparilla. was 27 years The Interior-Journsatisfactory merchant tailors and cloth Overcoats, $2.50 and up. to old last Friday. Having read it ever called to meet at Lexington oxcoriating the editor of this paper for bombastic claims. All iers, Covington & Mitchell, aro ready fix time aud place for holding the Stato since ISO with more regularity ana his alleged false statements made in convention. we have to say is, we buy Always watch for my advertisement, I can save yon money. creater interest and profit than any been quite sick, is better. Jessamine to supply tho trade with tho latest this paper recently regarding tho squab other paper published in America, styles in gents wearing apparel, to orin the best markets of Mr. Algek asserts that tho continued Eurone. Arone. Irono. Orone or btir Journal. over the election of Mr. MofTet at der or read v made. Their store is the ble rumors of his resignation causo him run. wo celebrate its recurring anniver Mrs. Walker McKenney, nee Miss C. U., created a great sensation in tho the world, select the la much annoyance. The constant lack saries with a pndn almost or owner Hallie Bors. of Winchester, caino over largest in tho Bluo Grass and their printing ofllce whence they came. test goods, and when you of truth in tho rumors causes tho pub- ship. May it continue the foremost on Saturday to visit her parents, mr. stock unsurpassed. Otherwise they only amused those who lic much more annoyance. country paper of the state, wielding an and Mrs. It. C. Boetrs. at Red House, buy you know you have Court Day. gavo the time to their perusal. As the niluence lor good that win enuure She was accompanied by her littio te Ko one criticisos American soldiers long after the hand that guides it has niece, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben the latest, Bad weather kept tho largest part of authors aro unknown we supply the for fighting the Filipinos. We are laid down tho pen that has been so Hoggs, oi this city. deficiency by addressing this to tho tho court day crowd around tho"store goods. Is that what you proud of tho way our men fought. But lone the envv and admiration of the Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hargis delight stoves- - Anyhow thcro .was some busi Chief Kickers of the Knockers: who is proud of the policy that made it press and public of this and otberStates fully entertained friends on Jbriday in want? If so, trade with necessary for tho Amorican soldiers to Your circular to hand. I have sub honor of the seventh anniversary of tho ness done. About 1,000 cattle at the two guns against the Filipinos? turn thoir Kentucky's highest naval officer is marriage of Dr. and airs. A. 11. biowart yards, bringing 31 to 6Jc. the latter paid mitted ray former article to equally rewo are It was also the spectable students and they prnnoum-Bryan would be such an easy thing John Crittenden Watson, and Senate The affair was birthday of Mr. Hargis by tho head without weighing. notably handsome, the Cor. Main and 1st Sts. Richmond, Ky. Good steers brought 4) to 5c; heifers it correct in all essential particulars, to beat in 1000 that the Republican or- rejoiced that the failure of the promo- dinner and decorations being in har gans hail with joy any rumor to the to confirm the nominations for of this mony witli the occasion. 4 to 4; mules, few only, and brought This does not raise the question of ve effect that plans are being laid to pre- tions results in the advancement racity between you and them. It sim Mr. Green Clay, of Cincinnati, is hero $50 to 75. vent Mr. Bryan from receiving tho gallant Kentuckian to the position of ply develops tho fact that you aro a set Admiral, ranking both bchiey on a visit to his mother, Airs. Alary is, Seeks a Divorce. Democratic nomination for President. HearSampson, as he retains his former Clay. Green is delighted with Cincin and of sore heads, and don't yet know that Ben Way, of Louisville, who married relative rank, and all the Commanders In a recent suit from Laurel county co up toeetner. toenator J.mcisay is nati and is making satisfactory progress Miss Grace Taylor last June, seeks a you havo beon run oyer and crushed by in which Judge Beckner was a leading credited wlui championing the cause in his law practice. A rather pleasant tho Faculty's juggernaut of common 2JL1 vsf nttornov. the Court ot Appeals decided of the Kentuckian, but back of him surprise occurred to him last week. In divorcer The brido is a daughter oH sense. a competitive examination in German, John Taylor, of this tiiat tlio Countv Superintendent of stood the Lexington Gazette which open to s h tho United States, Mr. Clay city, and it is said sho never lived with Boys, you are dead wronc: the un Schools has the right to remove a mem-hor- first called his attention to tho injustice tho Board of Exaininors at any that had already been done to Critten won a prize, Being the only American her husband since the wedding cere- dcrsigued entertained no such feelings toward the defeated side as you ascribe to succeed agaiiist the German scholars. time and without muse den Watson by tho Secretary of the to him. the other hand iio had Mr. and Mrs. Mat Cohen entertained mony was performed. Tho husband's counseled Oncompiomise in the interest Navy in advancing both Schlev and a Friday eveninir at G o'clock dinner in petition for divorce alleges fraud, force of peace h fact that Considering the Sampson over him. The Climax made among the student body. mouth Tavlor was thought to have a an humble appeal for justice to the honor of Mr. and Mrs. Joo Chenault. and duress. Way also declares he was you ui(i not Know. Ana lurtherThis he as Judge distinguished Kentuckian, but the Ga There were twelve guests present: intoxicated and wholly irresponsible published the article only after repeated cinch on tho appointment Misses Manraret Chonault. Elizabeth Burr's successor, we are prepared to en zettc deserves all honor. requests tor the "news of the college." Taylor, Mayme Hart, Minnio Wagers, at tho time. Mrs. Way is visiting a Tho errors derso unequivocally tho selection of unintentionally made in Pittsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chenault. AValter Evans, so great is the contrast The editor of the Climax is in receipt Jentha Chenault Cass Tribble.Messrs. sister therein, ir corrected would not have Nat in tho iloeencv and brains of the two of a letter from Major ueuernl JNelson you in a more enviable position. placed Some Elegant Work In Art. You tell your folks that when in need of anything in the .Hardware, Tinware or Stove men. A: Miles acknowledging witli thanks a liachman, joo revts. jas xseaie. jigin i learn tnatuu per cent, oi thestu AVe have written considerable of the dents havo repudiated your circular. line, not to stop until they get to the Old Reliable House of D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. suggestion that he examine the files of courses were served. The decorations Tobney Gixwtui. Taylor did not the .New lork bun ot last summer and were red carnations. The allair was fine portraits made by tho Watters' Therefore, if "you two soreheads who They are now buyingfor . , Inst nnv loncer in tho race for the United find therein the most unreserved con recherche. party artists, who have been stopping fancied you were grossly wronged will SUttes'Dtetrict Judgefahip than ho will demnation of the food provided for our Prof. W. K. Argo, who has just been drop down and square your bill at this when Watt Hardin gets a whack at him soldiers in Cuba Tho particular case elected Superintendent ot the Colorado at the Hotel Glyndon, in this city, for ofllce we will call off our dogs of war. on the stump. He wont to Washing which then aroused the ire of that School for the ileal and liiind is a son the past two months, but all we have liembhugiv, And receiving the Largest and Most Complete Stock (for the Spring trade), that ever came to Richmond. 3KKIton, the President took a good look at great lournal, but which is now un of Judge Wm. Chenault, of this said could not in the least, convey etfen C. E W. - know the people's life-tim- e him. felt tho humps on his head and friendly to General Miles' attitude on city. He was chosen to succeed l'rot. experience in the hardware business and they think thejThey have had a slight conception of the elegance and The Myslerious D?.rkness o! Friday The told him he did not need his services. the beet question, wa3 tho awiui Ueath 1). U. JJuuiey, who was lorceti to resign a wants. They are prepared to sell you anything in the hardware line for less mone' than jrou can get the of private soldier Tiffany, who in the on account of failing health. Prof. genuineness of their work. We have Glasgow Times. Phenomenon Explained. Sun's own language, was "Starved To Argo has been connected with this in never known an artist that could make same goods an y where. Now when you are not trading with S. & Co., just keep your hand on your rabbit At 4 o'clock Friday afternoon last Death." The young man, stricken stitution for somo years as a member of a portrait so natural. Every detail of ATTOltNIJY-KNKItAL VY. S. TAY foot and your eye peeled for hoodoos. with alarming suddenness and depth lok. whose knowledge of law could ho witli fever in Cuba, was sent homo on a the faculty and his hundreds of Ken- - leature and dress is supplied with a the darkness of night settled over the bafely stowed away in agnat's heel, is a transport, but tho food was so wretched tuck friends will bo gratified to learn definiteness and correctness that is re- face of the earth. It was as dark as night candidate to succeed Jndire Barr on the that his vitality was hopelessly under of his merited promotion, though they a while, and when the sable curtain U. S. district court bench. The pre- mined. He reached homo and friends, still regret that the Kentucky climate markable. There Is nothing mechani for began lift sumption of littio accidents in oillco is aud nil that countless wealth could do is unfavorable to ins return to the cal in their work but every tiling is free memoryto fell the hardest hall storm in Sf N NM N MS NM NM MS M ii NM S V NSfttVM' N Ml S for five minutes, pelting is was employed to vitalize the emaciated Bluogrnss. astounding. The Attornev-Generby a gift or man and beast with relentless fury. hand movement directed creature, but in vain. . He i 7W 7W 7? 7S 7?K 7W TWZTIKTIKTWZTFZTTW:! X7 7JR 7X 7W said to he backed by Doboe and Hun- starvod talent of the artists, such as is found Tho hail stones were not unusually ter, two other sweet things. Cyntlii died, and there arose a storm of indig larce, but they rained down in such care lie had received only in rare instances. A talent, tho nation at the cruel ana Democrat. that the streets from tho country in whoso service he gift of nature, which is ablo to impart quantity icy pebbles. This were white witli tho interesting Begining this evening at 7:30 and con into every production election law has been had enlisted. o The Goehel feature. explanation oi the wonuerlul phenome Remembering the Sun's unsparing tinuiug probably four weeks, on prayer rtfeged upon bv the highest court in tho of Work! Forget Us When in that makes tho picturo appear almost non and its relation to tornadoes ap State and declared constitutional. It is criticism ot the commissary depart meeting evenings, new Jasper peared in Saturday's Louisville Dis knowing: its ment, at the time, and Taylor-Snyder. Win. Taylor and l hero should be nothwin deliver snort lectures on to breathe, and rolieves tho bare and patch : bmitn in operation and front ing more said nhout it. The Demo chanue ofMiles tonow, we telegraphed the Presbyterian Confession! of Faith strait monotony the characteristic the manner in whlcu hall is formed Miss I'carl Snyder wero married on produce the article omitting those portions held in com up as a General cratic pnrtv should not take it is accountable for ils rapid fall and tho Thursday last at tho residence of the compel tho paper to eat its owu mon with other evangelical churches. so many pictures. tKirtv measure, anv more than it should and Geo. D. Simmons. Charles E. Douglas. short duration of the storm. The at bride's uncle. C. P. Snyder, on Broad words, with bono also, it tnke tii) any ono of the other bills that might aid him the establish tho that of The telks will bo brief but interesting That Farm Problem The Stale Board's mospheric conditions for a hail storm way, Rev. Jasper K. Smith ofllciatinp;. As administrator of R. B. Corneli-son- , to truth instructive. and wero passed bv tho last legislature. Reply. decoased, I will on arc identical with those of a tornado his claims that our soldiers had been Tho price of eggs went beyound all Cyiithiana Democrat. Wo renroduco part of a sermon de fed on rotten meat. Another letter from Prof. C. W. Bell, travelling some distance abovo tho cacklcations. earth. It is always local in character, While in Atlanta last July we met a livercd by au old darkey down South TUB Augustn Chronicle accuses us soldier who had been wounded at San innmr ttod fa n rrr Inr li a Ivnn f nnil member of the State Board of Examin and in this respect bears out tho asserof saying mean things about Senator Juan Hill. He was a "regular" ot good sense in It: My breden, God bress ers, has been received, but it is too tion that hail is produced by a tornado Uoebel. We deny the alligation and eight years service, fc'uid he: "We your souls: 'llgion am like tie A I bam lejigthy for insertion this week, and passing high in tho air. defv tho nlhgHtor. wo hiiye nover can fight Spaniards twenty four hours river, in tie spring comes ireshet and our response would consumo additional When hail inns thero are two clouds said a menu thing about Senator every day, that's our profession; but bring all de ole logs, slabs and sticks dat of ono cold, the APPEARANCES ARE About the hour of 10 o'clock, a m., space, which wo cannot spare. Tho or strata air; the upperof Goobel.We feel at liberty to discuss the u lowor warm. A current air rotates u it we can light starvation !' had been lyln on do banK, auu carry on tho premises, one milo from Rioh-mon- d Senatoris public record, as hois offering Questioned closely, ho said his expori dem down in de current. Byemby de The Professor claims that his figure is around a horizontal axis, and a flako of OFTEN DECEITFUL on Big Hill pike, offer icr sale fur the highest position in the giftof the once with tho food supply of tho army water go down, den a log catch hero on a positive solution. We reply that snow falling from tho cold upper strata "White, I As people of Kentucky. If his record isn't in Cuba made him doubt tho honor of dis island, den a slab get cotched on de from his diagram wo could make a becomes moist wiien it reaches the will executor of Lee Jake premises, publicly, tho following described propy erty: Ono offer for sale, on the frame resfdonco and things that are showy many times prove to he worthless. good that is certainly not our fault. upholding the flag of a nation that shore and do sticks in de bushes, and lower cloud; berg it is caught by tho with about four (4) acres land. Tho Wo do not like machine methods in would permit its men to starve in sicht dar dey lay withrin till long como an million positive solutions, and each whirling current and carried back to near Foxtown, at 2:00 p. m., on houso is in excellent repair, contains An article that is in daily use, as a Cooking Range is, must politics, and wo are coing to smash oi plenty, liut this was only one m odder fresh. Jus' so dar como a 'vival would contain no more assumption tho cold strata This is repented dozseven rooms, all necessary every machine we can. That's all there stance. ens of times and can readily bo under TE2RSDAY, of 'ligiou, and dis ole sinner is stuck on than his own 11, good orchard and cistern. The be Substantial and Reliable; It should be the best to be had. is to it. let's sing the doxology. Cyn General Miles is entracred in a diffi his ole sin, den dat olo black-glide-r Tho Professor will bear in mind that stood by oxamining a hail stone. It is land is highly improved Also four one of snow and anthiaua Democrat. was afore, on jus' such wo of layers, cult task. While he has truth on his cotch where he comprehend the point he is endcav formedof ice. Tho ice is tho vapor or Two lots immediately in Foxtown, acres, unimproved land on south side other side the whole machinery of the gov a rock; den one arter anodder what of pike. At the same time and place ernment seems to bo against him. Wo has got 'ligiou lays along do shore, and onng to make, viz : That his solution water which was caught in tho lower containing about 23J acres, one farm of I will sell 1 rockawav, 1 buggy horse, acres, lying; a few hundred 1 set of harness, 1 0 of tho problem is tho only one that can strata and almost instantaneously 144 are for General Miles, and trust ho will dar dey lay till anodder 'vival. Belovid milch cow, 1 piano, kick over the whitewash bucRet pre bredren, God bress your souls; keep in be made, all others being indetermi frozen when enrried up. The coat is of yards south ot Foxtown on the Rich- and a lot of plows, &c. an infinitesimal thickness When this mond and Lexington turnpike. Tho pared for packing houses, and ex de current. TERMS All sums under $10 cash nate, inasmuch as they assumo tho is congealed, snow gathers on i) pose the the mercenary murderers of tho it and it land will bo sold one half caeh, balance lengths of tin. parallels, whilst ho is carried downward for more mois in twelve months, bearing C per cent, in hand; over that amount J cash, i in flower of the Army who escaped Span GumAll six months and balance C in twelve gives a positive solution. We propose ture. This continues until gravitation interest, with negotiable notes. ish bullets only to die from rotten per cent. Ky. purchasers should como pre- months with interest at Lexington, poisonous beef. to prove now that his problem is inde- overcomes the influence of tho vortex, intended Possession given immediately. until centrifugal forco pared to comply with tho abovo terms. Wilmobe. Tho death of Dr. C. terminate both from our standpoint, as orAll tiiis takes but a fewhurls itout. seconds and Wilmoro at Kirksville last Saturday demonstated last week, and also from J. B. C0RNELIS0N, w. COLE, when the stone is released from the resulting from paralysis, was a great rotating feb22-5tnchS-JEXECUTOR. Administrator. shock to this community, where his his own diagram, which wo will illus current it dashes down. Tins motiou In the air does not continue Airs, xseale liennett and son are visi virtues as a good citizen and his talents trate next weelc with drawings. more 'than a few minutes, at most. ting relatives in Montgomory.. as a hne physician were well known. which explains why hail never falls Beautiful Portraits. Mrs. Hutchison was called to Russell He leaves two daughters, Misses Mag (to moro than a few minutes. Tornadoes Cave on Saturday by the Berious illness git and Lizzie Wilmore, and a wife What is more beautiful and dear to paps quickly, and . a hailstorm must wiio is a sister of Mrs. W. B. Smith and the living of her niece. than a portrait of tho be necessarily end as rapidly. Miss Florrie Chenault is at home Mr. S. & Parks, of this city. Tho in loved who have departed and are now terinent took place on Monday at from Louisvillo, where she was the on the other sida of the great divide o'clock in the Richmond Cemetery. CORRESPONDENCE. guest of Miss Booker. 3 5S$h? mm Mi. The following resolutions, expressive Mrs. Richard Ileber and children, of of the esteem in which the deceased that separates our world from tho to come? This visiting, Mr. Woodford, illustrated by VALLEY VIEW one has succeeded yet in Jas. Grimes,are Red Houso. aud Mrs, was held by the medical profession worldknots of people is ever at gathered have been sent the Climax for pub tho designing An Easy Chair Mr. W. Tandy Chennult. of Nash lication: around Moberley's show window to No damage, so far, has been done at ville, is visiting his brothers, Messrs. At a meeting 'Of the physicians of view' tho portraits of prominent people that for all around service J. u. and u. in. (jiienauit-this place by the tide. Madison county held this dav, a com placed ::: there by tho Watters Party Manager G. A. Boy returned from a 223 jrives more solid comfort U. S. Marshal Short, of Paint Lick mitteo was appointed to draft suitable business trip to Cincinnati last Saturday, family to Mt, Vernon resolution to the memory of Dr. C. S, during tho last two months. and contentment than the has moved his ins nome. Wilmore who departed this life Satur Mrs. Susan MaGuire returned from Their portraits have in every instance, to maso mat piace ESFMournal of Osteopathy sent free on application. March 4, 18U9, in tiie 70th year of beeiLgrcatly admired, not only a3 per- Lexington last week, where sho visited Hon. J. Davis Itoid, of Mt. Sterling, day, age. Morris Chair. no uau been actively en fect likenesses, but as the most beauti friends. spent from Saturday to Monday with his Raced in the practice of medicine for On account of high water. Miss Lela ins daughter, Mrs. D. M. Chonault. 51 years. Ho was a man of sterling fully finished pictures ever presented Harris suspended her school until the Mr Wm. Dowoll Oldham, of Lexing- worth; Tonust physically he was ready here. Its Say, tide recedes. ton, came over on Saturday and was to answer cans oi suiienng Humanity Life like they aro to such an extent W. 0. Biggcrstaff, who has been con the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Prewitt. at all hours; tender and cheerful in the Mrs. Roso Wagers has returned to sickroom; dignthed and honorable in that one feols almost like saluting fined to his room with grippe, is able Estill fitter a pleasant stay with his association with professional breth them and. the softness and beautiful to be out again. Any Georgo W. Hutchison, manager Bar W. W. Pigg aud Claude Smith. ren; reliable and prompt in his prom finish of tho work calls forth univer ker Cedar Co., was in KicholasviIIe one Mrs. Wm. Devore and Mrs. Lilly lses. lie was a man among men. sal praise. day last wceK. Retolred, That we tender our sympa Buckley, left yesterday for Louisvillo Tho back ground and shading gives "We do not agree with that whero they will purchase their Spring thies to his widow and daughters in W.J. Roberts, of London, loft for that gentle relief which but few artists homo Friday, after a stay of saveral this time of their affliction. 1 stock of goods. right at hand so is the sarcastic Frenchman who Hon. Thos. G.Stuart, of "Winchester, lUedvcd, That tho profession lias lost know how to produce. This fine' dis days here on business. one of its most honorable members, ono play of portraits will continue on ex At this writing the Kentucky river in of called American home life the most progressive citizen y the old time gentlomen whose dignity IS THE BEST in Construction, tho Most Economical in tho use of fuel, and tho i:J 5 feet 3 inches and rising at tho rate the Blue Grass, was the matter merely of easy French Tipton on Sunday.guest of Mrs. was his shield, his honor his sword o"f hibition three weeks. "A Most J'erfect and Satisfactory in Operation that has yot been produced. of 3 inches an hour. Residents in tho defence. An Esiill County Soldier's Troubles. We have secured tho exclusive agency for this lino of Ranges and will bo lowlands aro preparing to vacate. Miss Mnme Wilson Carpenter re chair, house coat and slip J. M. FOYJtTZ, "I pleased to show them to you. Sizes, Styles ana Prices to suit everybody. with Mrs. Turner It M. C. Heath, SCom. The Jackson Hustlorthus elaborates tess" is rumored here thatl'Mino Hos pers." xiut tuere is no turned Wednesday to spend from Richmond Fred Burton, proprietor of Hotel a few days C. J. Bales, J the .misfortunes that befell an Estill Burton, has rented his ulace to A. D. doubt that in trinity is at homo. Stanford Journal. Goosey. Mr. Burton will move to Cot- Jones. The death of Mrs. Wm. B. County soldier last week: Messrs. B. Leo Davis and J. W. Cole found one of the outward spent Saturday at Mt. Vernon. Mr. Jones, which occurred on Tuesday, Dan Bice, a member of tho lato 4th tonburg. February noted Davis tenant Davis, his farm aud visible forms of do friendsenjoyedcapital stay among old last issue. 28. was briefly ill but ain our iventucKy, who nails irom JSstiu coun 61 Conrad Taylor, a shipped on the hogs She had been week eight in the John of Rockcastle. and her death was a Bhock to all, be- ty boarded fhe afternoon, train Monday heads of tobacco to Cincinnati last DOUGLAS & SIMMONS, mestic happiness. Mr. Marshal Davla.a prominent young loved as Stanton, with tho avowed purpose Friday. Tho highest average price re- was a circle ol tarmer of Nicholasville, was tho guest friends. sho doathbybed large the scene at was Her cannot invest money oi miss .Bessie nocKcuay, the pretty of a remarkable exhibition of christian of going to Lexington. Having upon auzeu ior tobacco irom tins section was Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Plows and Plow Gears, Harrealized in tho Cincinnati market. in-- a chair that will give j'ou daughtor of Dr. Win. Hockaday, last fortitude and trust. Conscious of her rows, Cultivators, Everything in the Farmings Line. Jay Eix Ess. week. approaching end the dying woman Awarded as much satisfaction. Mr. Cbas: Jacobs, one of our foremost called about her couch, all her loved Our store is heavily-stockewith every article mehiLy' Blacksmith Supplies. $100 Reward. ?100. Highest Honors World's Fair, week, ONE. YOU WILL LIKE IT. We tailors, was in Lexington last agency ones and delivered, to each a message found in a first-claS- s Hardware Store, such was profoundly touching, her where he went to accept the Tiio readers of thi3 paper will be that as Collars, Hames, Traces, Backhands, etc., have put six on special sale for the Singer Sewing Machine for this words seeming almost to have boon Inpleased to learn that there is atlcast county. spired. Tho scene will never bo forono dreaded disease that science has Nails, Wire, Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery, etc. fief this week been ablo to cure in all its stages and Mr. D. G. Borry, of Coffee county, gotten. Decoased, who was tho beloved that is Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Cure is ivnnsas, Jormeriy ot this county, was wife of Cnpt. W. P. Jones, was formvilli erly Miss Mary Butb Allen, of Green tho only rfositivo euro now known to summoned to the bodsidu of his sick county, Tenn., whero she was born mother, Mrs. Zerelda Berry, at Union the medical fraternity. Catarrh being Mr.' "Wm. our experienced tinApril 25, 1815. She was united in maru constitutional disease, requires a conCity last week. WATCH THIS EVERY "WEEK. Next week ner, is constantly in; demand for guttering, home, riage stitutional treatment, Hull's Catarrh Oak gr Mahogany frames, any Mr. Joseph Joplin and brido, nee lumbia,atS. her father's 12, 1803, near Coon July and for roofing and repairing. C, Curo is taken internally, acting directISFLadies' Fleeeed-line- d Hose worth 20cts for Mrs. Bella ifarber Hume, will return C01or of cushion. ly .upon tho blood aud mucous surfaces from Lexington today preparatory for twelve years thereafter resided with Wt will lie lOcts? 12 yds TorshonLace for 4c.r Bargains husband, in Green county, Tenn., oi thct system, thereby aestroyliic the their departure for the groom's homo at her this week in table linen, napkins and counter-- . thence moving to Madison county, Ky. UwitrsHL foundation of tho disease, aud giving Omaha, stopping in Chicago enroute. was n consistent member of tho She too patient strengtn ov Duuatng npthe panes. Mr Harry Moffett, who was chosen Presbyterian church, of Kirksvillo, in constitution and assisting nnturo in do chairman in tho oratorical contest held which hor christian activity increased ing its woric. t ho proprietors havo so at Bichraond University, is a great hor usefulness and widened her circle uiuclfaith in its curative powers, that friond of Mr. Ed Gaines, and has visit- of devoted friends, drawn from all they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for Dry Goods, Notions and other articles. ReUUI) ed the latter in this city. Lancaster classes and conditions, for sho was a any case that it fails to curo. Send for Record. member the name when in. doubt. favorite everywhere. Asido from these list of Testimonials. MOST PERFECT MADE. Mrs. Bulhrferd Douglas, who has mourning friends remain a devoted M'AIN AND BROADWAY, Address, a F. J. CHENEY & Co., been visiting but perents.in Cincinnati, husband and four children, Dr. M. Er- A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frtx Ohio. iliiirnUHrrBntiJaiTtiiB I Lexington, Ky. Is expected borae provided nest Jones, of Lawreheebure. Mrs. W. from Ammonia, Alum or any oiher adulterant, I Mt.a l Sold by Druggist, 75 cents. her little dttghUr, Drucill, who tuu K. Potter, of Mt. Crina2, Toon., and YEARS TUB STANDARD. 40 HJ1' Fmily Pills are the hoL ltu Cob. JiAix and CmumxDa. GWTiS-SRICHMOND, KY. up-to-da- ladies cannot be deceived Yards Lace, 5c. Hand kerchief S7 le. and up. Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up. Brown Cotton, 3c. per yard. 12 Spool Silk, 5c. sk X0WEN McKEE Whlte- Gibson. 7 i cat-fis- JBijj! 153lL im '21 in-la- w G D, B. Shackelford & Co. 7 7 al RELIGIOUS. 1 7i 7f 7f 7 life-Iik- MARRIED. Public Sale k'l Saturday, March 25, hi Jol 1 s good as it looks UBLIC SALE! two-stor- 1 MM M 86-10- CiF.Browef&Co DEATHS m - PERSONAL. J. Morris C. w w I jo tmMni E. Higli Street, Lexington, Ky. u ill Hi Mes-daui- PLOWING TIME lifi Is mm UUIII1 to-da- Vulcan Chilled Plow, d 0 LLL IIHI1UL ' The Cash Hardware House, And Bell Center.Cnt Disc Harrows. EriTou Try At $6.75 Advance Advertisement! IrJI Buckliy, let Mrowert BAKING Taylqr Bros.l i I The Maine Commission Co. THOS. lElfiHEN, y) To-hid- o, llppJajla Manner. 4M pfc 4; AAAaAsVsVilSaw TAPEW DAYS -- LONGER w ""--M- if 4QQQ The Busy Bee Cash Store And our GREAT SWEEP OUT SALE will be crowded out by our immense stock of- - IN. Our CUT PRICE SALE has been a grand success. The public. has-bee-n treated to a feast of bargains. Our only aim was to clean out our stock of Winter Goods, j and m:ikp . . .vuuv. jjmc. ii o utvvc U VilUBliV Ul uwint U5 Still ItSib WllIUIl are j "Jc; Wmi;-r7A-- i saie j'ou , , cu T- . ..V mciuaes everyttnng m tne way of want to ao so at once as the invitation is extended to all. Re- x meuiuer mib aaiiBi Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Underwear and Neckwear, Do not fail to call and see the great cut m prices we are malting on Hats. Yours for good goods at low prices. -- SPRING GOODS WHICH WILL SOON BE jrxu, - Sends Greetings to their many Friends and Patrons, wishing them a happy and prosperous Hew Year for 1899.-- - RICE The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. ARNOLD, (SUCCESSORS TO "WALLACE & RICE.) PLENTY OF COAL. The great Mercantile Corporation, THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CO., have made special arrangements with the manufacturers with whom they do business to make special prices for them during the year 1899, and they can promise their customers many rare bargains in all lines carried by them during the year. MOTTO 1 UNDERBUY, UIDEHSELL-CAS- H! Look out for our announcements in the local papers and circulars. They will always contain something to interest you, and our "LOW CASH PRICES" will save you money. Proctor Knott Cigar. Partridges and other birds were frozen to death by the wholesale during the heavy freeze. After the enow melted they were found dead in flocks and coveys. '$S'S&'2SSSS,i) WE HAVE MCU. 8, - 1899. Dr. Hobson, Dentist. The best smoker, the Proctor Knott LOST! heavy plain gold ring. Return to this oflico and get liberal rownrd. A tigar. Many farmors are not yet done Frozen to Death. gatheriug their com. A white man, name unknown, was Wheat is looking well considering found frozen to death near Million the time it was sown. yesterday morning-Sell your hides nnd buy your seed Fire Near Kingston. patotocs at Thurmnn's. The new frame residence with all its The total assessed valuation on the contents, belonging to Georgo Young, 71 miles of railway in Mndison is $564, near Kingston, was burned on Sunday OtSO. night. Loss $1,000; no insurance. Dr. L. H. Landman will bo at Ho Richmond Ladies telZiuiraer, this city, on Wednesday, Are delighted with the beautiful upMarch 8. holstering materials and artistic uphol- The w ills of the late Joe S, Boggs stering done by J. II. McCarty, in the and Thos Harris were probated on old Stouffer room, onnosite Court House. Monday. , Lot Umbrella. "We pay the highest and sell for At some placo of bubiness about two the lowest prices on earth. Tliurman weeks ago I left an umbrella with a Grocery Co, Celluloid haudle, (broken). Finder reLane, of Big turn to J. H. Watters at Hotel Glyndon Hill, were married on Monday by and receive liberal reward. feb22-f- t Squire Turpin. Surplus Stock. Apple trees at your own price, re Photo Buttons, tho raging fad, 25c or : for 50c, at the new gallery, ovor ceived at our Nurseries, for the next feb22-5- t 15 days, and other stock at reduced Muljorleys store. P. F. Adams & Son, -- Souire Nath Turpin declines to rates. Waco, Ivy. maiS4t make the race for tho Democratic LegFor Assessor. islative nomination. G. IV. Deatherage tells the Climax Daughters of the Confederacy will M. l'oyulz at 10 that at tho proper time ho will an meet with Mrs. J. nounce for Assessor, subject to tho aco'clock Faiday morning. tion of tho Democratic party. He R. L. Polls has opened a general would make a good man for the place. merchandise slow at Scacytown with Fair Notice. Elbridge Harris in charge. AH persons indebted to the under Bud Dunn, ot Whites Station, was signed will please settle their accounts in Palauka last week and bought 20 head before tho 20th of March, 1899, or will yearlin cattle nt 1 ccntf. of have to use means of force in their Y. C. Fielder, of Lexington, is collection. W. II. Mansfield. nursinc a broken arm at tho home of inar8-2- u his father, D. Fielder, at Waco. . --- And can fill orders promptly. Our Pine Knot and Straight Creek Coals can not be excelled. We also handle Hay, Corn, etc. Telephone 21, near R. N. I. & B. Denot. GETS THE PICK OF Our first offerings for tho Now Year will be nice Bleached Cotton, no dressing. 4c yard;Hopo Bleached Cotton, Londsdale finish, 5c yard; Green Ticket Londsdale Bleached Cotton, 6c yard ; fruit of tho loom Bleached Cotton, Gc yard; Mnsonville Bleached Cotton, Pepperell Bleached Sheeting, 15c yard ; Cc yard : best 10-good 10-- 4 Unbleached Sheeting, 12c yard; good yard-wid- e Brown Cotton, 3Jc yard; nice Sea Island yard-widDrown Cotton, 4c yard ; AAA 'Prion Mills Brown Cotton, yard-wide 4 e Customers aro not limited as to tho quantity of their purchase. Wo havo onr 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. 41c yard. We will offer good calicoes at 3Jc; American indigo blue calico, 4c; new red calicoes, best brands, 4c; American shirtintrs, new styles, 3c; Simpson's black nnd mourning prints, 4c. Strictly Cash. HEFf Terms. TEEI)AY ! We are Showing Some Beautiful Percalles tertain you at 5 Cents, en- & MILLION. Shropshire Won. Central University will be renresent- ed at Lexington by Mr. N. L. Shrop Oratorical shire, at tho Contest, having been declared the winner of the preliminary last Friday night. Mr. O. C. Crooks, of this county, was awarded second honos Inter-collegiate IP New Spring Suits NOW ON SALE, Men's Youth's and Children COME AND SEE THEM, THEY WILL PLEASE YOU, Embroideries, Jaconet Embroideries, Swiss Embroideries, hand and machine made Laces of match sets of all kinds. Our buyers have made a specialty of this line and nothing 1ms been left undono to mako this department ono of tho most important factors in our immense business. We wish to call your attention to tho fact that all prices named on Bleached Cottons and all domestic aro subject to change without notice, to tako advantage of this opportunity. Buy your spring cottons while you can get extremely low prices on them. Wo have just placed on sale the largest lino of Hamburgs, Laces, and Embroidery, ever shown in tho city. This line contains all tho new things in Nansook Ladies, Our line of Embroideries will certainly for an hour or two, Call and see them. Our great line of Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums, Oilcloths, Bugs, Lace Curtrins and Oil Shades was never moro complete. Wo have no carried over goods in these lines. They are all fresh and new, new styles, new patterns, new prices. We are naming prices on these lines that is a death blow to all competition. Call and inspect this lino before you purchase. We have just received a new lot of American Lady and Featherbone Coreeta. These nra tho most comfortable fitting corsets shown to the trade. Try one. 'he contest was presided over by Mr. Harry Moflett, of Lebanon. - Grindstone Out ol Whack. PRICES ARE RIGHT. Nearly cvory day we receive marked conies of papers urging Honorable So and So for some ofllce at the Jail elec tion. It goes to show one of two things: There is either a world of money in holding oflico or there is a powerful chance of men out of a job who ran find nothing olso to do. Any of these as pirants can havo tho customary card userted in this paper at space rates. ish in advance, but the handle to our grindstone is lost nnd no axes can be ground at this ofllce. lincaster Record. Brilliant Concert in Prospect. A number of our citizens arc seeking . INOINE BETTER. INOINE CHEAPER. o Wejire showing somo special good things in Tablo Linens and quoting special prices on them for a short time. If interested ask to seo this line when yoj como in. Wg We have some special good things in Ladies Jackets and Capes left that wo aro closing out at just one half the original price. If interested call and sec them. Ask m Agents lor the "Topy" Brand ol Hosiery. to soo ta whsa yon come in. mm J Mitchell Uu on winter Boots and Shoes, winter Overcoats and Clothing, Blankets and Comforts, Flan- All winter goods have felt the keen edge of our cold steel and prices have been made Get our prices on all lines of winter goods nels, etc., that is bound to move the entire lot. before purchasing. Jaj 51 C&y Soado-"Style- s "Sva)ew 1&&$s &xv& Another Death From Meningitis. -- Rev.T.S. Hubert will deliver his lecture on "Home Sweet Home,' at Uerea, Tuesday evening, March 14. Siiuiro Turpin acted in place of Judge Sullivan at County Court Mon day, the Judge being too ill to preside. Mrs. Samuel Boulwaro, of Kingston, died of spinal meningitis on Sunday, aged 44 years. This is tho second death from meningitis in Madison in a week, the first being Mrs. W. D. Jones, near Kirksville. to oniracc Mr. Powois, the brilliant New York vocalist, under whom Mrs. Lillio Logan Kean, of this city, has been studying during tho past winter. in a concert to bo given here in tho near future in compliment to Mrs, Kean. Mrs. Kcan's voice has met with unusual recognition from thiS distinguished teacher and also from tho Now York musical world, and it is much to be hoped that wo shall have the nrtvilesre ot enioying so sure a pleasure. A Card ol The latest things in "Wash Goods of all kinds will be shown by us in season. You don't have to go the larger cities to buy what you want. We will show during the year Give us a call. Satisfy 1899 a stock not surpassed nor equaled in any of the larger cities. j'ourselves before going elsewhere. And again wishing you a prosperous New Year and thanking jrou for past patronage, we are very respectfully, If D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Estill County Loses, sure and get your picture taken at the now photograph gallery ovor The decision of tho Estill Circuit Moberley's furniture store. Pholes C for rjoUrt awarding tho countv $8,000 dam- fob22-T- t 25 cents. fl(TeH ..srninst tho It. N. 1 & . road, for y over some If you are thinking of purchasing constructing its Npiing suit you should read Coving county highways, was on Wednesday a ton & Mitchell's advertisement and last reversed by the Court of Appeals, profit by it. "Wants!. A hustler to sell an article offering The Watters Party, popular artit-ta1 Hotel Glyndon, are displaying new good profit. A specialty for which pictures in the show windows at Mob there is a steady aud increasing ue- erley's arcade. maud. No samples required. Good for right party. Only those Tho Wattors Party, popular artists situation Addisplaying new meaning business need apply.. at Hotel Glyndon, aro dress Manufacturer, Cleveland, Ohio, pictures in the show windows at Mob feblo-G- t erley's arcale. 15o right-of-was Thanks. The students of Madison Institute wish to express to tho people of this community their cordial appreciation of and hearty thanks for the generous aid received by them iu their undertak ing on February 2S. The donations were most generous and the patronage most liberal. Owing to the kindly in terest and assistance of our friends in the. town ard county the "Week's So cial" was a great success. We thank you. UHOROIA 1.ETTON, MAltQARKT HaKRELL, 2mm. .La Grippe is acain epidemic Every Scrofula, salt rheum and all diseases Serious Position caused by impure blood are cuied by is that of a person who through neglect Hood's Sarsaparilla, which is America's precaution should isbe taken to avoid it. Its (specific cure One Minute Cough of a seemingly trivial cough or cold is Greatest Medicine. It Cure. A. J. Sheperd, publisher Agrthreatened by that dread destroyer of icultural Journal and AdvertiRer.Eldcu, mankind consumption. Do not negPolicemen were callid in to prevent says: ono will be disappoint Cure sick headache, bad lect a cough or cold, however trifling fist fighting on the floor of the Colorado bio., using "JNo Minute Cough Cure for ed in One tasto lu the mouth, C'ja.cd It is a menace .of consumption. Dr. Hou&o. tongue, gas in the stcruich, Ja Unppe." Pleasant to tako, quick will euro a Bell's distress and indigestion. Do to act. Douglas & Wells. 15 cents. cough or a cold in one night and exnot weaken, but hare tonic effect. cure CUOAN RELIEF The only fills to take with Hood's aaropanua. hilarate the lungs azaiust the inception The Senate passed the Evans Outago Toothache Colic. It five mtnuif. FonrStomacb Bill and Mr. Evans is expected to rush Hobson and Shatter might organize a of danger. end Summer Complaint, l'ricc, 25 Cents. kissing trust. through the House. that the hens wero form Is it Sold by Perry & Thomas Successors to W. Q. it caused ing an egs trust? Whit- eMuch pain and uneasiness is Best of All by piles, sparing neither age nor sex. A project is on foot m Paducah to Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment cures I havebeen afflicted with rheumatism build a largo infirmary to cost 25,000. To cleanse the system in a centlc ami the most obstinato case. Price. 50cts. in for fourteen years and nothing seemed truly benoficial manner, when tho bottles, tubes 75 cents. Sold by Perry to give nnv relief. I was able to be To insure a happy new year, keep Springtime comes, use tho true nnd por- marl-l& Thomas. around all the time, but constantly suf- the liver clear and the body vicorous lectrcmeuy, syrup oi figs. i;ny tlio fering. I had tried everything I could-hea- by using De Witt's Littlo Early Kicers genuine Manufactured liy tho Caliover the State report that Farmers all of and at last was told to try Cham the famous little pills for constipation fornia Fig Syrup Co. only, and for sale numerous lambs were irozen to ueatb berlain's Pain Balm, which I did, and and liver troubles. Douglas & Wells. hy all druggists, at m cents per bottle. was immediately relieved and in a snort during the Klondike weather. Houso nud Senate conferres reached time cured. I am happy to say that it Natural gas contiuues to bo a burr in lias not since returned Josir. Edgar, ing issus in the Indiana explosive belt. an agreement on tho Eiver and Harbor TlmrABiilt of nn food or drink are promptly rectified. Germnutown, Cal. For sale by Perry Bill. marl-lwithout pain or discomfort, oy msing a & Thomas. and Kczcma. Tetter, few rinses of Herbine. Price 50 cents. Lung Irritation marl-iTho intenso itchinir and smarting Inci Take cartof tho pennios. and some Qold by Perry & Thomas, body else will take care of the dollar dent to these diseases is instantly allayed is the forerunner to consumption. Dr. One-Four- th wiil euro it. by applying Chamberlain's Eye nnd Bell's The telephone exchange is being fit for you. Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases nnd give such strength to the lungs that ted up in the third floor of tho Barker Rev. E. Edwards, pastor of the En have been permanently cured by it. It a cough or a cold will not ssttle there. building in Carrollton glish Badtist church nt Minersville, is equally cmcient; tor itcmng piic3 and 25 cents nt all good druggists. It favorite remedy tor sore nipples; Have you a cough? A do30 of Cous Pa., when sutlering witn meumatism, chapped bands, chilblains, frost It comes from New York that tho bita sen's Honey 01 tar will relievo it. was advised to try Chamberlain's Pain Price, 25 cents nnu CO cents, sold by li.ilm. Hn wivr: "'A few anolications and chronic soro eyes. 25 cts. per box. Southern has secured control of tho p marl-lof this Hnlme'nt proved of great ser Air Line. Percy s Thomas. Br. Caurs Condition Powders, aro vice to me. It suuuueu tlie iiittnmma-tio- n Two whito prisoners escaped from and relieved the pain. Should any just what a horse needs when in bad A foul breath is ono of the createst Tonic, blood purifier and afflictions that a man or woman ran Eddvville prisonTuesday night, accord sufferer profit by giving Pain Balm a condition. Tboy are not food bnt have. An nllllction not only to them or saio uy vermifuge. ing to a telegram sent the officers at trial it& will pieaso inc." marl-lmedicino and the best in use to put a selves, but to those with whom they Perry Thomas. Paducah. horso in prime condition. Price 25 como in contact. A foul breath is :t Gratitude lasts only as long as the :ent3 per package. ureat discourager of affection. It To Cure a Cold in One Uay butterfly, while malico has moro lives would probably be moro so if people Qninino Tablets. Tako Laxative Bromo Threo moro deaths from meningitis only Teal:zed just what bad breath All HmcrrristH TPltind HlOneV II ll 1U1KT u than a cat. means. Had breath is ono of tr.o symp-Uiaro reported from Henderson county. cure. 25C. The genuine has Ii- - B. Q. on You can bo cheerful and happy only of constipation. Some ot tlie nuvvum A Neglected Cold each tablet. when you aro well. If you feel "out other symptoms are sour stomach, loss brace of take Herbino, One-Fourt- h "Joe Bailey who declined to wear a yousorts" Price, 50 cents. it willby Per- - is an all embrocins cause of diseaso. It oi appetite, sick and unions lieaiincnc, Sold up. clogs the lungs with mucus. It strains dizziness, heartburn nnd distress att:r to got his sblrt ... r. riU....o marl-ldress suit, Is now about and breaks down the lung tissues. Pr. eating. Thebo things mean indiges off. tion. I hey lead to dyppepsin and is Five men and n women wero burled JJelrs couehs and colds. an uniauing worse things. Thev all stnrt with con It rebuilds a4aNUBiAN TEA cures Byspep-- under an avalanche in Colorado. A cure for tho tissues nnd gives strength to the stipation, ond constipation is inoxcus- EUniVi 9 8ia, Conotipation and Indi- boarding-hous- e was crushed. 11 bines by supplying the blood with fat auie because it can do cured cured ince, o cis. gestion. Kcgulatestncuver. forming oxygen. :toc at alt good drug ea3ilv, quickly and permanently, by For Children Thomas, succetaors to w. 8oiabyPenr& the use of Pierce's Pleasant Pollets. gists, it They give Dr. nature just the littlo help a. wnnc. to m tho best couch and cold remedy ever r A strike of coal miners in East Ten mat iie needs, llieie is no case ol bilA lnrrrn linnrilft factory will Droba discovered In Dr. Bell's indigestion, bly be located at new rroviaeuce. ev. It is pleasant to take and perfectly ncssee will be ordered next week, uu iousness, constipation, "heartburn," or any of tlie rest of the Harmless, une tiose at ueuuuiu Biupa less wages aro raised. nicht-mnr- e breeding brood, that these To nllav rains, subdue inflamma tho cough nil niaht. It is Kuarantced Unulcere, times for the These heal foul Mm tlon, satisfactory eoros and obtained tlio to cure croup nnd whooping cough health. are dangerousand throat trou- little Pellets" will not cure. stamps to Send 21 cents in one-ceby 23c at all druggists. result are Croup, colds It most &c. noinor Ballard's Snow imminent, rice, bles lead rapidly to Consumption. A World's Dispensary Medical Associa Mayor Bader,of Jefrorsonvillo.vetoed bottle of One Minute Cough Cure used tion, Buffalo, M. Y., and receive Dr. 25 cents and 60 centa. tSokl by Perry & lOOS raarx-iThomas. the ordinance permitting limited bos at the right time will preserve ale, Pierce's Adviser, page Common fcense illustrated. It health and a largo amount of money, Medical ing contests. Pleasant to take; children likejt. Doug Mrs. Jessie Workman was burned to CUBAN OIL cures las & Wells. death at her home, near Louisa. Cut?, Burns, Erul8, Rhcu Tho Japanese Government is said to MARCH AND TDK MUX Price, 25 cents. havejsolzod aO.000 steads of arms and raatiam and Sores. Sold by Perry Jt Thomas, successors to W ammunition intended for Aguinaldo. tf? This wiil be your last notice O. White. SenetbiHg Setter TsaH The Ull Saw. for 1S9S taxes. All taxes due William, IVeid, aged tea years, was CkaafcrUta's Ctngli Kewedjr. Hon and the The from real estate will be ad crushed lo death by a falling tree near Tbfe remedy m intended efpecinlly for lamb insaying abont the March of ton proves false, but Tie Cloikfcr, Tfce Sitter, Tie Matter, Tk Fwiiskr. coughs, colds, croup, whooping cougli there is another and a better ono vertised and sold on A pyx Greenville. and influenza. It has become famous which is literally true. When March 3rd, County Court day, all tax Kinds Vrti Svmii for its cures of these diseased, over a comes in and finds you taking Hood's due on personalty vill be "Wheninv bor" was seven years old largo part of the civilized world., The Sarsaparilla to purify, enrich and vitalwhich effected his most flattering testimonials, havebeen ize your blood, you may expect, when levied on any time,! and al be had scrofula discharges its good from his eivine ineavt head that it will leave you free' dnce wil cars. anil caused several kinds of medi- received, the ajrgrawjjgjpjgsiofpersistant it goes out,tired feeling and with none poll tax not paid' works; o( We ased from that h( fm.rnisb.eed wherever it cine without much benefit until wo be-- coughs it htm curwl ; WBShmMs that of the boils, pimples nnd eruptions A private of tho First infantry comArticles incorporating tho Sewer Pipe "Save vfchied which manifest themselves because of will be possible to doljso. Yon iran siviMf him Hood's barsaparilia effect, and of the trust were filed at Trenton, N. J. mitted suicide at Pinar del Itlo, Cuba. proved of the spring. If yon your tax. This medicine entirely effective and the croup it httg cured,dauiuiWickh life impure blood iu begHU taking Hcnd's elected me to collect C. often MTioff the well." II. boy is now have not already If your child is cross or peevish, it is Igestas Tak4i of it Sarsaparilla for your pring anediciue. of (He eli i Id. 'Bm MteMiver and that am sure toido Davis, Bjg Hill, Ky.-no doubt troubled with worms. Whito's y Wo as(or wtMoptntt oottgft luw thopn that; it we dve you to Respt., i, Cream Vermifuge will remove tho strengthen tho stomach Mid create," a anil tho rota that dan e dangerous con sure, you it will sake you feel better Mt4't KM fire JEL-Bworms, and its tonic effect restore its hearty appetite by insuring perfect diCOEiyER, Thorn, ell though the MKMtg summer. only c,t!trtic lo tak wlth Hood'n Sr- - jeqweseo. 8oU byftrry natural cheerfulness. Price, 25 cents. gestion. All druggists sell Utn for meh8-4.Sheriff, Baprus& marl-l, & Thomas. in&rl-l- n 25 cents a box. It Sold A ey Frances Maso.v, Committee. Killed by the Electric Light Current. Slock Barn Burned. Former Jailer J. L. Juett died at Jako Shearer, of Red House, Ono night last week, about midnight, Cvnthiaua from the effects of a severe whilo crossing Otter Creek, on his way of Mr. James D. Paikes electric shock. An electric light wiro to Richmond, Monday, caught nn eight- the stock barn was destroyed by fire. No cause came in contact with nn iron column pound red horse. known. Tho bam was worth 400; in the new Hamilton Hotel and charged Valley View boasts of another fanning implements $300; also a car the entire building. Mr. Juett was general merchandises store, and It is load of cotton-seemeal. Mr. Ren caving the hotel and stepped upon a o corres Bowcu is our informant. conducted by our , zinc plate, anu was knocKeu to tne pondent, J. L. Sowers. floor by the shock. He was taken to Stono is For Johnson. his residence, where ho died in about For twenty hours the creek at Red SI one is back from State Auditor House was past fording on Saturday. Washington City, where he wont In fifteen minutes. Several other persons were shocked and the hotel was set on Moro water than for years, says G. W. the interest of Frank H. Johnson, of tiro by tho current, but no material Deatherage. of that place. Louisville, candidate for National damage was done to the building. The new lock on tho Kentucky Bank Examiner. The Louisville Times The company that operates the elecriver will bo located at Valley View, claims that Johnson is one of the best tric light plant at Cynthiana is the below the railroad bridge Work on it indorsed candidates for the place. samd which has secured tho franchise will commence about June 1. Drowned in Taylor's Fork. in this city. Mr. - Planters: pot-sibl- e d wide-awak- m r m Salt-Rheu- m Off Clearing Sale On his way home from this city Sat several newsy correspondents' letters urday night Win. Abshiro, a well were omitted from our last Climax. known farmer, was drowned while They appear on fourth pago this issue. crossing Taylor's Fork. The stream In the absence of Judge Sullivan, was swollen by the late rains nud the on accont of illness Hon. It. Harris enrrent carried the corpse sovcral bun Crooko was elected special judge dur dred yards below where Mr. Abshire ing tho session of quarterly court last attempted to cross. week. Railway Assessment in Madison. Lightning struck tho flagpole on Tho Auditor reports about 42 miles the Sue Bennett Memorial at of track of the L & N. B It. iu Madi London on Monday while the school son with a total assessed valuation of was in session. George Jnckson, the $412,710. janitor, was knocked down by the Twcnly-uin- e miles of track in the shock. county, belonging to the Ji. f. I & D A. M. Scrivner, of Estill road is assessed at $152,250 a total county, called nt this office Monday railway valuation ol $3(54,960. nnd renewed Ins subscription for an Singing School Organized. other year. Mr. Scrivner has been a Prof. B. C: Adams organized on Sun subscriber over since tho foundation of day night at tlis East End Christian this paper. church a singing class of about thirty & Cohen Bold to Dan Wagers pupils. Wo wisli him success in the Mitchell, of Carlislo, 5 year old chestnut work he has undertaken-anwith1 the maro by C. H. Pursell. 2:19 dam by assistance of his class a great deal of Rooster by Marabrino Patcbin for $500. good can be accomplished, and all in J. W. Bales sold to same a nice brown terested wiil be benefited thereby. 4 year old gelding for $200. Es-Shord On account of rush in advertising, Local Option Election Annulled. will last. The Madison County Election Commissioners have decided that the local option election held last No vein lir in t.lin 7iii1imnnri. TTnion nnd ElUston precincts is null nnd void. Tho election was won bv the temrjer-- 1 ance people. Now tho County Board puts tho whisky people on top again. Livingston Colonel. Granville C. Clark, who lost his dwelling by firo iu January last, re ceived February 21, through Mr. J. V,'. Chaney, county agont, a check for $1,000 from tho Hurst Home Insurance Co., of Millersburg, Ky. Mr. Clark sava that tho claim was adjusted bv Mr. Chaney and Dan. S. Harber, which was satisfactory in every respect, in ov- ory particular, nnd recommends said comnauv to all who desire flret-clcprotection against firo, lightning and wind, at less than one-hathe cost charged by old lino companies. ss lf The local option election, held last Novoraber, whereat a majority of tho voters of three districts, Richmond, Elliston," nnd Union, do cl a rod for no license, has been declared null and void by the County Hoard of Election Commissioners, John B Chen- ault and B. .1. Clay sitting, W. A. Lang. ford absent. Tho constitutionality of the vote, was questioned, it being claimed by the friends of license that an election would not be binding, hold as this was in threo precincts at once, the majority to control. In other words that tho voters of ono section ought not say what the voters ot an other shall have. Accordingly tho at torneys on both sides agreed to submit a statement of the case to the Board which made a ruling in accordance with the above statement. However, they grant an appeal to the Circuit Court, when a very pretty point in tho new election law will bo tested. The friends of no license, or local option, claim that tlio powers of the Board are not such as tu permit it to exercise Fire Insurance Money Paid. Granville Clark has recleved from tho functions of the judiciary, which in tbe Hurst Home Insurance Co., of Mil- - this instance, it is claimed, it did. lersburg, the full amount of his policy, It is stated that the Board's jurisdic tion ceases with a statement of the act on h ,,ouse haTad Iaa.1 was adjusted by Di- - ual facts, that is that tho election re rJ' The claim rectorDanS. HarberandSupt. Chaney, sulted as shown on the face of the and Mr. Clark expressed the utmost returns, and from this opinion appeal may bo taken. However, as the attor satisfaction with the company's acts. neys agreed to submit tho entire quesHighest Price at The Best House. tion to the Dourd, tho latter probably Harry S. Morgan sold his crop of meant no usurpation but simply com tobacco at tho Peoples Houso in Louis- - plied with tho request for their opinion, vllle recently. His crop sold for uiore nnd allowed appeal therefrom. money than any other tobacco that was Buruam, Moberley and Crooko were ottered that day and there were 1,000 attorneys for the saloons; R. V. Mil hhds. changed hands. He thinks this ler for the advocate's of no license. The good price was greatly due to tho energy latter also will claims I hat tho Board and special attention given his crop In was not legally organized and did not tho warehouse by Messrs. Head and meet, as per law, on the fourth Monday Mr. Morgan says ho advises after notice of contest was filed. Reeso. everybody to ship to. tho Peoples House Walter Grimes id charged with hav if tboy want to get the highest market ing knocked Ed Grace on the head, mor I priccj. tally wounding Jnm at I'jkiuc&u. ' m m M By the forelock if you want the benefit of the em On all Heavy Goods such as Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, derwear, Hats, OFF I m m I'ine-lar-iion- .v - n-- Pjne-Tar-Ho- n- nt f m Ja 111. J. STRENG, p i TAXES. at at Planters prwnptrf-WMffBothin- I non-kritati- tl bln to-da- w o if if "" Wanted-flnl- dea wvA hrinr ou wealth. CO- - Patent Attor Write J0I1N ney Wablngtdn, D. C. for tbetr JXO prUft oner list oz two iiunurea iBTcawm nwwm and vnnii thv inT WEDDEWJUBN 3 Mon8 , r Here's loir Ckxace. ' t Courtly Coilri Days. n : : : I Soma Extraordinary offera by The Climax. R, N.i, & 1st Class. B.O. 2d Class. 3 Time Tablo No. 33, Taking Effect day, May 2, 1893.. AST UOUND. Ex San Ex Sun Ex San NO. 1 No. 6 7 8 8 8 No. The Clistax wants live hunrod new subscribers 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 subferibers. The Cllmax and The "Week- Nature . Versailles Nicholasville .. Valley View Million Richmond.. A. M. 10 21 11 02 11 23 11 41 11 SS P.M. 52 35 00 13 30 A. SI. 5 30 6 48 8 20 8 53 9 15 fffVe Mli II it Union P. M. . Moberley..... Brassfield Panola Irvine. 13 IS 30 12 35 1 05 12 12 12 10 00 10 05 10 25 10 40 11 35 trne and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured. Brassfield by the Califoknia Fio Strop Co. 241 Moberley only, a knowledge of that fact will 2 47 Union J 15 3 15 6 05 RIehmond... .. assist one in avoiding the worthless. 3 00 3 30 20 Million imitations manufactured by other par 3 25 31 3 45 Valley View... 4 30 4 10 6 53 ties. The high standing of the Cali Nicholasville 6 10 5 00 7 S3 Versailles fornia Fio Sritup Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction A. si" Km'.' P. M. V. M. All trains connect with Louisville Southern which the genuine Syrup of Figs has TjUttcVllIe. given to millions of families, makes ...In. Ia anil frfim All trains connect with C. N. O. &T. P. trains the name of the Company a guaranty to and from Cincinnati. ROCK. Train Dispatcher. of the excellence of its remedy. It is J W. Superintendent. W. II. ADASIS, far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and Who can think bowels without irritating weakenWanted-f- in Idea tit some simple ing them, and it does notorgripe nor tMDglornirnw wealth. - nnr 1W: they may iwvwpatent At trip. nauseate. In order to get its beneficial Tttt Write prro ouo V. C for tneir effects, please remember the name of SudTlit or two hundred InrenUons wanted. the Company Irvine Panola. 2 00 2 25 2 30 11 55 1 05 1 20 1 45 C C y brlnf-yo- u XoTT No. 4 No. o No. 10 WEST BODKU. Ex Sun Ex San Ex flan Ex San A. M. P. SI. P. M. A. M. ly Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. I The Climax and the Home riiw and Farm, $1.30 j The Climax and either t THE EXCEIKCE OF SYfiDP OF FKS ! is duo not only to the originality and. the Cosmopolitan, Munsey's I wron. They need a little simplicity of tbo combination, but also. or MeClure's Magazine, $2.00. to the care and skill with which it is. The Climax and the Louis I help to get their digestive f manufactured by scientific processes, ? machinery working properly, f known to the California Fio Srnup ville daily evening post, $3. Co. only, and we wish to impress upon l The Richmond Climax and all the importance of purchasing the ID i ii m i- J Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county,-firs- t Mon day. m m Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon day. Georgetown, Scott county,thIrd'"Mon- day. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamino county, third children need Babies and Monday. proper food, rarely ever medi- - j Winchester, Clark county, fourth ' cine, if they do not thrive Monday. Itiniw frS A CfTnolV ?rl ff 1 C i. Versailles, woodfordt county, fourth An Monday. j " ALL WOMEN Should Snow thit the "Old ilmo" Itemedy, Twice-a-wee- k Courier-Jou- r nal, both for one year $1.60 The Climax and "Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. The Climax andOhioFarm, $1.90. I WfTHHYPOPUOSPtilTESorllMESSODA COD LIVER OI L cinrnHv OF Teat Til robbing Headache tost for twenty years. .Whould quickly leave you, if you M.vl: only by Tew?nenerr JteJIdneCo., Tronewee. used Dr. King's Now LifePills. Thous ands of sufferers linvo proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Perry & Thomas, druggists successors to W. dec8-IQ. White. Headaches. They made pure blood and strong nerves aud build up your health. All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nervo rlasters. 25 cents. Easy to take. Try them.-On- ly Money back if not cured. Sold by 1 Perry & Thomas, Druggist. Chst-lanoyr Tarhn twist fnrPniliTmUfi. Corrects nil Should be trregularUlcslnFernaleOrgans. fnl; an f,v eh,,.. m( I If. nnrt lw.fnmTUU.Mt14. Tloe" Remedies havo stood tile PIsaiers "O-- LD1 ,,n,i n,ii.iaipniimmM""'" The Climax can also fur I I nish any paper published in difficulty. If you will put from one- the United States or Europe f fourth to half a teaspoonful f at reduced rates. CORRESPONDENCE. TALLET VIEW Miss Splcio . xun mrrpci fhis I BUSINESS AND PRAYERS. Chicago Inter Ocean. i$ I? DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey iijjr go is a grocer who, i in I j CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. H 13 n S3 a G Louisville, et. SAN FRANCISCO, CaL sew o BJ CO :::3:::3 g a " tore. x.y-- Jan5-l- y -- 135ECONOMIST RANGES - Haden, of Lexington, is s visiting relatives ard friendrhere. Mrs. Dr. Elmer Xorthcutt returned Friday from Jackson, where she vis- - j rited her sister, the wife of Hon. 1. T. Cope. iiinriis. AVill Kelley and Henry Jordan are the proud fathers of girls, that arrived at their homes February 22 and 23 I f ? mK I I MI C. A. Uarker, of Chicago, is here on business connected witn his lumber interest at this place, being a member : vn o of the firm of the Barker Cedar Co., which lifts a large plant at this point. Mrs. Nancy Jano Fatliergill, the mother of G. AV. Fatliergill of this cr c'c'crccrc county, and John and Milwnrd Father-gil- l, ooOooooo of Jessamine county, died at the C 3333333 home of her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Sou-do- r, 2 in Scott county, and was brought r1 here for burial last Wednesday. The deceased was 70 years old and had been blind for a period of 40 years. Government engineers, who have been here for several weeks looking for a location to place a iock ana inin in m the river at this place, left last Saturday. No one here knows just the point where w IT. the lock will be located, but it is believed that it will be placed below the railroad bridge. It is probable that the Roofing, Guttering work will begin some time in June. and General of the saw mills The steam-buzzeasss here, call long and loud during the Job "Work. early hours of the morning and call the 5H3H laboring lads from the trod of sleep and of dreams, to perform honest toil during DR. CALDWELL'S i tne uny. iuav tne sound oi tne steam buzzer continue in our midst, for with CURES INDIGESTION. out the saw mills our town would be devoid ot business activity. Managers A. Hoy, oi tne boutliern .Lumber Railway. Frankfort & Co., and G. W. Hutchison, of the Barker , DR. CALDWELL'S Cedar Co., are the proprietors that supIn KBect December 5, 18S3 I port our town and bellow peace and DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. plenty among the sturdy sons of labor here. Pjm- - n.m p.m. a.m. 7 20 One night last week we lost two of G 20 Lve. Richmond ...Ar. 1 Ifl S oi) Winchester . ' 11 42 6 16 2 53 7 08 our boys that belong to the upper crust, Maysville I 25 5 IS nnu found them among the missing. f. 4 9 30 .." 8 I't Paris 1 7 50 Wo learned they had absquatulated in G 17 10 28 Cleorxetown 7 10 11 S Ar. Franlifoit Lvo. 7 00 tno direction oi liiciimond alono by to attend a Ciceronian for tickets via Paris. Ak entertainment. Thoy heard not the J. R. NEWTON, O. P. A. eloquence of the demosthenian contest, but they did probably hear the mellow tones of a parting "good night" that "ioTtvaflo "51x6, Ohio Railway. cheered them along their homeward journey in company together, vf.hi. Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. Uhase and a, u. iiaden attended the declamatory contest at Richmond one Slx of the best Fire Insurance ComWEST BOUND. Jay .bss night last wliek. panies in the United States. Losses paid 6 55 am Sit. Sterling and Lexington Accom a IS f i baby's bottle three or four i times a day you will soon see I a marked improvement. For larger children, from hair to T I !: r t.i a leaspooniui, accurumij i ui age, dissolved in their milk, if you so desire, will very soon show its great nourish- .t .a ing power. It the mother s ? milk does not nourish the baby, she needs the emul sion. It will show an effect at once both upon mother i and child. 1 In one of the suhurbs.west of Chica although a devout churchgoer and a faithful citizen, has the reputation of figuring closer in his business dealing thnn any other man in tho village. His enemies say that he once bit a coileo bean in two to make weight, and that he etons his clock at night to save wear and tear on the wheels. The grocer lives above his store, and his home is connected with his place of business by a pair of stairs indoors. The grocer's son takes the late watch in tho store, and every Bg URKSTORE nightat nine o'clock tho good man of the steps opens the door at the-toand the following conversation takes place: "John liavo you posted tho books?" a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Care for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces science to Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by "Yesfather." srOTT 50c. jndji.co, all druggists. & nOWKE. Chemists. New York. "Have you set the scales light?" "Yes, father." "Well, come up to prayer." or Age. The kidneys aro responsible for more sickness, suffering, and deaths than any other organs of the body. A majority of tho ills afflicting people is traceablo to kidnoy trouble. It prevades all classes of society, in all climates, regardless of age, sex or s to-da- y of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS i n r vr-- rr- I Hill UU lUMnOWLUL""""'"" a o o o o rs iVRUP PEPSI ieissali UE II1 t : YRUP PEPSI "cures constipation. Mountain Sentinel, the largest paper Estill has ever possessed. This youth soon became one of the editors, who bought out the Sentinel, made many improvements and the paper flourished. About four years ago this young man realized that in a larger town there aro greater things to achieve, so he went to Kichmond whore he has continued in the newspaper business. There, as well as here, ho was eoually as success ful, soon won tho respect of the eleerly. made friends amonc the vounc people. and won the1 .love .of a popular ' 1 T l. t uiiuuDouu iauy, wuuui no hub bince Like the majority of great men wed. lie was raided in a small town, began business early in tne. and by persever ance has succeeded and will contiuue to g man is no other succeed. man tne worthy editor ot me ulimax, and the paper lias never before in all its careerbeen as popular and as great a success as it is now. Estill county still claims, and is quite proud of the young Editor A. D. Miller, who made his old homo town a short visit last week. tVe hope his futuro visits will be more frequent and less brief. 1 1 This-ycun- BettlssOnly. 25c, 60o. and $1.00 Slzw BE SURE YOU GET f I If OURTEEN TO PeducaaKy. For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. O. White. any remedy equal to Ir. It elves quick and In grip na well aa coughs and weak 1 nnea strong. Ura. Bell's permanent relief eclda. It makes L A. Metcalfe, Bf. Bill's PlM-Tar-Mon- ty The Mountaineer. . . 1 S. F. Rode, for: BICE STATION. Miss Mollio ltieo, who lias been visi ting her sister, Mrs. Thomas Kerby, for tho past tlireo weeks, returned to her home at Irvine Friday. Mrs. Kerby Ihiph ni 2.6 Kastern Express for Louisville Siorehead and Lexington Accom- New York Limited FT P. V BAST BOUND. 7 30 am 3 00 pra 4 60 pra promptly. Jll IBVIXE. 9 15 am Leiincton and Morehead Accom.. 58 New York Limited F. P. V Jl 30 am C pm Sterling Accom Lexington and Jit. pro . Washington Kxpress Aceommodation trains run daily except Otlinr trains run dailv. Through sleeping and dining car service to Nfw York. For Information, rates or slecperreservations tall on or write iv. jiuuu. Agcni L,.xn.xiy., Richmona, Ky. or OEOROE W. BARNEY. D. D. A. C. & O. By.. Lexington, Ky. a Sun-dft- In the Prudental, you are offered the best Lite Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance wc again give the best. We will not transact business with irrespon sible companies. mh secoca direct, UpStalrs. Je2-l- jl fEstill County t- Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williams, Jr, Mr. Herbert Ashcraft returned home Fer Sal. Privately I EASIER lfliUl JjIJjI The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made if'Easler Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas. Mexico, Arizona and California. The splendid train service with which the Illinois Central' s Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled "Limitea." is equippca ma ices it "jsasier man Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned territory. The Central is the only line which runs Free Ileclinlng Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Pullman Tourist car lor cautomia, 9 25pm Lve Louisville every Thursday & 18am Arr Memphis Friday 7 45pra Arr New Orleans Friday Lve NewOrlcans Friday lunm S 45am Arr Ilousten Saturday .4 45pra Arr San Antonio Saturday 2 45pm Arr tiipaso ounuay 9 20pm Arr Los Angeles Monday 5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday . I will offer for sale privately my House and Lot situated on the corner ot North and 7th Streets, back of A. It. Burnam's Dronertv. The house has seven rooms, good cistern, stable and other necessary outbuildings; the lot contains about 90x90 feet. The price will be reasonaoie lorcatn. WILLIAM ENGLISH, nort-t- f BIchmond, Ky. i tftMim BLISS ere EM ERO ?F? Restore. Mikes tbe Weak Tka it Tie Trie Witter Eoib U Ciliferiii. ineierniorymenuonea will ao wen Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to 10 com- - ger Agent, ixmisriiie, ivy. Wm. Alford Kkixokd, A O. P. A. A. II. IIansox, a P. A., Lonlsvilic, Ky. dec29-l- y Chicago, III. , OUTHERN RfllLWflY. (IN KENTUCKY Schedule lu ellcci IKc- - 18, 1808. EASTiionND. Na 1. I No. 5." Na3. Lv Ixulsvllle Ar Shelbyvllle Ar La'renccb'g. Ar Vorsallles. Ar Lexington 5.55pm 9.50pm lttlOam 6.17pm 10.00pm 10.45am 6.45pm ia35pm 7.40am 3.3c)pm 7.45pm aiwam 5.ajpm 9.07pm 9.55am No. 6. Na2. Na4. WEOTiiouKU "T.SOam 4.25pm 5.15am Lv Lexinston 7.55am 5.37am Ar Veraaillos. 8.20am 5.15pm 5.55am Ar La'rencob'g 9.12am G.05pm 6.32am Ar Shelbyvllle. 10.40am T.Sipm 7.55am Ar Loubn-lllTrains Nos. 1. 2,5 and 6 carry Frco Observation Chair Cars Uetwven Louisville and Lex ington e Na I3.Na 11. "3.pm statipks. INa 12. Na 14. 7.40am I.v IxmiUvII Ar 7.35pm 10.40am 5..V)pm O.SSam Ar 5.10iim aiOam 6.4JPU1 ia43am Ar IlarodsbiiAr 4.Spm 7.20am 7.00pm 10.55am Ar Hurgtiu.Lv 4.15pm 7.10am WESTBOUKa STATIONS. EASTUOUSD. No. 15. TNaC7. aaoidn 7.40am Lv 5.CCiim SLOlMm Ar &17pm laifiam Ar u.4upm; 11.10am1 Ar 7.1lpmil2.05pm Ar Uoorctn Versllos Midway Shelbvll IulsviTAr 16, tNaOR. ia40am 7.2.ipia Ar 9.12am 6.05pm Ar 7.M)atn 4.15pm Arl 7.30am 3.38pm Lv 7.00a in 3.00pm Na INa 1. tNo. 5. stations. 7.4oam 3.3upm Lv Louisvll Ar 6.20pm Lv Vcrfclles Ar m 11.02am 7.05pm Ar Nlchlvlll Ar llJpm 8.05pm Ar Illehmnd Lv 1.05pm .. Ar Irvine Lv tNo. C,tNa ia40am 7.35pm 7JOam 4.45pm 6.56am 6.05am 3.55pm 3.00pm L3Cpm Lv Louisville. Ar Lexington Ar Knoxvllle Ar Asbovillo Ar Savannah w Ar JaikMinvlllo ...t , Ar Chattanooga Ar. Atlanta Ar Maeon Ar Jacksonville iM ChattanoogaAr Illrmlugham Ar Meridian Jr New Orleans btatioss. Na 1. 1045am lOKpta 7.00pm 7.45ai3 5.10am 1.15pm 5.10am 9.00am 5.55pm 6.45am 10.30am 11.50am 1.00am 2.25pm 8,55am 9.55pm 6.10pm 6,65ata 10.05pm 11.30313 2.30am 9.55pm. 7.40? m Nal 7.45pm 8.30am asoam Timilcd carries Throuifh Drawm- - Itnom lnll man Sleeping carHictween IauIsv111c, Atlanta. juacoa.una Jacksonville; connects at Lexington or Chattanooga with Pullman Sleeping car forNcwOrleans; Free Chair cars between Louisville and Lexington : Observation Chair cars between Lexington and ltomc; Cafe cars, tlegant coaches, Train No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeping ear between Louisville Chattanooga and Birmingham. nlo Through Sleeping cars from Lexington to Jacksonville via Asbovllle and Savannah: also via Chattanooga r.nd Atlanta. No change. Free Chair cars Lexington to Cbatta-noor""brou-- h MceituV cars ' Lexington to ' ' Nt-Orleans. tDailiexceptSunday. A. WllEDON. P.&T.A., S.T,giYJrT.1TA., . - ,ixingKn, jAiuiBv jii.-- . ivy. Cuu-.T-. F.S.G sstN.M M 'ryasningion. u.g; TrV.A.TunK,o.jifeWH. U.Tj.TtOE.A.a.PA. o. '' tit Miss Curtis McKinney began her school at Union Monday. Mr. John Noland visited his mother on Muddy Creek last week. . nnw ntthln pa'V rrar:i or erry Amrrlran 1!. y trrainirnt la ioliivcly gaaninlrcd to cure Tho pike is in very bad condition c tnoj.t mmpllcatea ciimj or Nervous DculUtr. or owing to tho previous freezes. 'otitic; DImsw. It nctM powerfully and uulcLIy. . v "ilan. Ihy!rnlly IVrfrrt. I Hie rrull Miss Gertrude Todd is visiting Til- l'if tC".'JKi:itO. Young men will n Iriends and. relatives at iSewby. Itirdr loit m.itilioo.1, nil Old Men will recoTet A Singing school was conducted by !r yout1 fnl lijr. ' It ln '.borates and restores to II .ic. xltfor, nil Seminal Weak. Prof. Edwards at the Baptist church I.rnotvnrr. Varleocelo. Sicrniattorhca. Sunday afternoon. 4li!lr Iwt Drain nnl Muxrnlar Power, tk V'l'orr, Waki f tlness, Kvll Dreams, Dcspon Mr. and Mrs. Will Jett entertained a k or (i:i.iw. nn'i nil ccccm or tir irv. number of their friends last "Wcdnes or CM.ilcxresinnil which unfits day night. AH seemed ' to have a Ue .irlirhliieM.ttuilyormnrrtmc, HE(iKEHO to Uij rout of Vio iHaeae that Is why icnal o Jightful time. isre. It U i'.io rwttrat Nrrrt" Tonlrln the world Mr. Travice Noland left Mondav for rllonnnil restores ihwli '.tylves ie . ire of otil.i. It ! a ui irvctous Blood Purl his Western home in Illinois. Travice tho Plr.it ;iow romra Imrk to is a lively fellow and will be greatly - :!crl!i-r,iH- . lnMluon liavlng KECENEUO. missed by 111s union brothers. hi -Iin vrt iitk.t. IS? mall gl.OO per . i tit I'T Al.'V). mchl-2- t '.c rheerrullv Yrfund Union City has lost a number of her s v v. :uto tlx Imxcs do not effect n cure. male, citizens. Among them aro m .irs frv. ilio American Omen of Messrs. Charlie Waldon, Dudley Berry '. Pf) 823Columbuj Ar. ' NEW YORK. lom Wilts and Jerry JJro.tddus. For sale in BIchmond br Perrv & Thomas 'Preaching at tho Baptist .church Druggists. Sunday by Rev. Ejton. Large congresepm-lgation and a cood sermon, notwith When death standing the inclemency of the weather. In Egypt the custom is for Princesse to mae tneir beauty by covering has laid its A Frightful Uliimlrr ;V cold and re. the lower part of the face with a veiL wand lentless "Will often cause a horrible Bum In America the beauty of many of S Upon a kind and loving Scald,. Cut or Bruise, liucklcn's Arnica our women is hidden because ot the weakness and hnsoand, tne wife cannot be Salve, tho best in the world, will kii sickness pecu blamed for ask. the pain and promptly heal it. Cures liar to the sex. ing herself if all Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Bolls If the Egypt her vears of de votion and work Felons, Corns, nil Skin Eruptions, ian custom pre and helpfulness Best Pile euro on earth. Only 25 cts. vailed in this were ivortn tne country, many while, when it box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Per comes so soon to this tragic end. sufferers would 1 ry &. Thomas, Druggist. If men wonld only take the mott com be el ad to mon sense nrecantions acainst Hir rn. Secretary of the navy, Gage, has cover thei croachtnenta of there would" be fewer houses of mourning, and fewer been boasting of the extraordinary prematu r e women lelt alone almost .helpless before iwrinkles, their the battle of life la half over. A man's prosperity of tho government finance sunkencheeks, liver and stomach are twin machines that A man who holds the heavy pocket their unnealthy work together, either to make or unmake. book of another 'at his command may :crnplexion, from the eyes of the If they work wronjr, they deplete and poison his blood. Impure and inrpover. boast with tire eamo piolperfty after he world with the veil of the Orient ished blood mean sickness and death. If has looted it for, his own use." The they work right, they purify and enrich the blood. A man whose blood is rich and whole wealth of the country is at the pure, and whose liver is active cannot well command of Congress and that respec dc uoneaimy. Headaches, biliousness, In digestion and costiveness. which men gen tablo bodyjias foe years, b5en looting II "ally disregard, are Nature's warnings 11, bu lis iu .euneu uiu treasury 01 tne that the twin mechanism, stomach unci it Rotary Motiot United States for the benefit of tho sure ssr a liver, is working against, instead of for brings out a woman's trne beautv. increasing army of public dependent ivi. iTicrvc. s vjoiucn jticaicai Discov ery is me ocst medicine to use under these strongrantl well circumstances, it creates appetite, cor- on it When, It pverf ho secretary or It makes her wiucn ner whole in those organs upon rects all disorders of the digestion, inviunr. any other person or persons-cageneral firov ates the liver and fills the arteries with me pieinoric treasury way en health depends. It corrects all men rich, red, healthy blood. As an invigorating, restorative tonic it is far suoenor to riches tho body of the pnoplo from strual disorders. It stops the drains all the malt extracts. It is the great blood-mak- which its contents are drawn, are bene- ot Leucorrha'a. It restores the womb to its proper place. It removes the and It does not build sickly, flabby fat as cod liver oil does, but fited the'roby, then recent boasting may causes of headache, backache and the film, muscular tissaes of health. nervousness. It takes the poor, de ''For the last nine years," writes William be in;g6od taste. Miller, Esq, or 651 Mulberry Street. Reading. bilitated, vreai, haggard, fading Pa ' I have been very poor Tho Bmsllest things may exert the woman nnn puts her on her fe I with n running sore leg, I tried many greatest influence. De Witt's Little again, making her face beautiful toy kinds of 'different medicines, and doctors without rclieC Then I used three bottles of 'Colden Early .Risers are unequalled forover-co&iti- g maicing ner boay well. Medical Discovery and can say that I ra en. tlrcly cured. I an sow do a good a day's worlc constipation aud liver trpubies OmSttoU sell It far Si hxtfe. as the next man." for our fro illustrated book for For sale by Dsweyllusic Co.( Kieh TJnEsiiable Br. Fkfec's Plesstat PUU SinU pill, best pill, fte. pill. 2oue- UK ftrsjftfieU acfulator Co., A&uttrv 1m tnond,Ky. WU. uu-eml- lv top-mo- st suHcn-isfropen-wiper 'i . -- '( left Wednesday for Cincinnati and Louisville, where they will make short visits. Mr. Geo. Vaughn passed through Ir vine this weeK on ins way irom jut, Scratchum to .Lexington, where he at tending business college. Mrs. Wm Heather has bought the Harve Powell property, opposite P. L Hume's (residence, and will immedi ately myve to her new home. Mr. Townsman, owner or the saw mill at West Irvine, was on tho boom last week while the ice was running and got badly nurt. lie is now able to walk with the assistance oi a cane. At five o'clock Thursday morning Miss Ivzura Uixon, daughter of .brank Dixon, passed from this to the other world,. For three months bIio has been very 'low with consumption. Friday her remains were removed to Waco and buried by the side of her mother. wtio many years since bade larewell to this world and its many cares. Wednesday Miss Mary Miller cave a 22nd oi February party to lier young menus. At nine o'clock the memora ble cheery tree was cut down. The treo was painted on a sheet with the gash in its trunk drawn to represent the gasli made in the lavoritecborry tree by Geo. Washington's little hatchet. The hatchets were made of gilt paper, with a pin through them anil each one tried to pin his hatchet in the gash. Miss Julia Cockrill cut oil tbe branch of the tree, which made her hatchet the farthest from the gash and won for her the booby prize. Burton Smith carried off the first prize, which mnde by was n real cute Miss Mary herself. Later, refreshments were served and about 11:30 the young folks took their departure while th "man in the moon was looking, love.' Several years ago an Irvine boy his business career In the office of the Instill Jungle. By diligence lie rose rapidly, step by step. lrom the Jiagl ollico he went to the office of the accompanied her for a few days visit. Mr. T. T. Covincton. of .Richmond, was here Wednesday. Simp Wagers, tho accommodating and popular clerk of Wagers & ltieo, seems quite happy since the water has gotten low enough for him to tako his usual trips on Saturday afternoons to r. Station Camp. Salesmen Edmunds, Cole. Banks, and Powers have visited Wagers & Rico during the past week, and they never have to leave without soiling nice bill of goods. John Rice and John Coxhavo rented the old White farm at West Irvine for this vear. The rent paid was $351, Mr. ltice will move his family there about March 1, and ho and Cox will cultivate the" farm. Miss Fannie Wilson is visiting Mrs E. K. Lauo at Irvine. Mr. Leo AVilson has gono to Indiana, where ho expects to make his future home. The people of Rice Station, as else where, have had a coal famine durini: the late cold spell of weather. Chas. Wiliounhby-bouch- t a fine sad die horse from Charles ltice "Wednes day. Ho also bought several cattle in the community. Mr. Chas Rice drove to Richmond Thursday aud returned that night MissCordie Amerine is visiting her The symptoms of kidney trouble are unmistakable, such as rheumatism, neuralgia, sleoplessness, pain or dull ache in the back, a desire to urinate often day or nighT profuso or scanty supply. deposit in Uric acid, or brick-dus- t urine are signs of clogged kidneys, caus ing poisoned and germ-fille- d blood Sometimes the heart acts badly, and' casts (wasting of the kidnoys) are found in the' urine, which if elected will result in Bright's Disease, the most dangorous form of kidney trouble, AH these symptoms and conditions are promptly removed under the in fluence of Dr. Dilmer's Swamp-RoIt has a world wido reputation for its wonderful cures of tho moet'distress- mg cases. No one need bo long without it as it so easy to get at any drug storo at fifty cents or ,ono dollar. You can have a sample bottle of this wonderful discov and a book telling ery, Swamp-Roo- t, all about it, both sent to you absolutely freo by mail. Send your address to Dr. ot W.ro Of Mutual kslmt Company Lexington, Kentucky. Rockers, Side Boards5 Lamp Stands 9 Life Insurance Reversed. We Pay While You Live. "Old Line" Companies Pay When You Die. Which do You Prefer? STATEMENT FEBRUARY, Name. 1899. 1899. Paid. 31 31 31 31 17 17 17 17 LIVING BENEFITS PAID FEBRUARY, Address. $ Kilmer & Co.,Binghamton,N.Y.,and kindly meuUon that you read this lib eral offer In Tho Richmond Cli VI max. . Judge Lynch tried, sentenced and executed 121 pris oners. Full returns nave not yet come in from some parts of the Klondike, but as far as Is known the record is as follows: Alaska 5, Arkansas 17, Mississippi 12, South Carolina 15, Indian Territory 3, Illinois 1, Kansas 1, Geor gia 0, Now Mexico 1, Missouri?, Ala bama 11, Kontncky 5, North Carolina During tho year 189S 4, Louisiana 8, Tennessee C, Texas 3 Virginia 4, Maryland 2, "West Virginia 1, Washington 1, Wyoming 3, Oklahoma 1 and Florida 1. aunt, Mrs. 11. U. ltice, 111 Irvine. mnoir city at her Mrs. Zerolda Eerry is sick home on Muddy Creek. inir Co.. announces tho closing of en tries on March 15th to its Expectation Purse, fifth in its series of purses inaugurated in 189(5. Successful from the start, its Purse for foals of 1805 having over 500 nomi d the nations, notwithstanding donressioil in the interest that year, it has been patronized by the best class or horsemen m tne unueu piaies and Canada. The subscribers fo these purses realize that on the opportunity oilered their youngsters to win money depends to a large extent the future of the business, anu so realizing nvu natronlzcd thorn in the past and will no doubt so contlnuo to do in the futuro. The increased interest shown in the business during tho past year and much emnhnsized by the successiul sales just closed, Bhould induce owners to enter liberally. What huyors most wnnt nrp moo hortfcs. ones that are welt entered andllavo good prospects should IIirv rlfivplon H.ieed. Nothinc discusts a horseman more than to find that he has nurchascd a colt that develops ex tremo sneed but cannot profit by it. Ynnnrrsters should bo nrenared for th market by being liberally entered in stakes and nurses. The Stock Farm Publishing Company will be glad to send you an entry blank Address them at .Lexington, Ky. wide-snrnfl- The Kentucky Stock Farm Publish Aih'.-vs- y. idieii Beauty Wheeler & WilsoB Sewing Machine. A 1 Ball Bearing afi Bradfieid's Female Simulator Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Howard Shepherd, Lexington Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Lucy Brandenburg, Richmond, Daniel Swope, Lexington, . . . , V M Drake, Grand Itapids, Mich J E S Taylor, Newport News, Va Mrs Mary Golden, Lexington J W Davis, Carrolton J C Thompson, Lancaster Daniel Boone Club, Richmond . Daniel Boone Club, Richmond C D'Nowell, Maysville, Milton Johnson, Maysville : DrFB Powers, Lawreacoburg Thomas C Bell, Harrodsburg, D G Falconer, Lexington, . . . . Q A "Taylor, Lexington, . . . .r-Val Schmidt, Louisville, Robert Meuzies, Chicago, 111 . . : Cumberland Club, Somerset, ... Morning Herald, Lexington Mrs B W Bronston, Loxington Roosevelt Club Lexington II T Logan, Lancastor Enoch Grehnn, Levington, R M Fennell. Georgetown, ". . . Mrs II J Twigg, Whites Station, John McGurk, Lexington B B Breedcn, Paducah, John C Payne, Georgetown, John C Payne, Georgetown, .. Mary "W Bowman Danville, Mary W Bowman, Danville, AM Rpottswood, Lexington A M Spottswood, Lexington, Catherine Cass, Loxington Jacob Straub, Louisvillo, V C Beard, Catlettsburg, W A Hart, Lexington, . John "W McGinety, Falmouth, P O'DonnolI, Maysvillo1, F . Adolph Greiblc, Lexington, . TELinnoy, Dauvillo, . Nelson Hamon, Fennell, W W Storcs.Xouiaville, .' D C Yates, Georgetown, Miss Mary Gormloy, Lexington, . ... . ". . . .... John Lavery, Lexington, . J FMcKenney, Shelby ville .' . . J W Sayre, Lexington Lewis O Ewald, Lexington, ' ... Fitch & Hodgkin, Winchester, 1604, 1. 0. O. F.-- Richmond Now Taue Lodge. Miss Florida Gibson, Richmond . . W F White estate, Lexington 0 R Marschall, Lexington. . . '. . W D Finch, Danville . Marschall, Lexington AL John L Fisher, Loufsville F X Haydon, Owonsboro D B Good estate, Lexington D B Good estate, Lexington 0 R Marschall, Lexington . . . . D B Good estate, Lexington R Eason, Lexington : . . i., . . H H Collins, Donerail Dr S II Stevenson, Chicago, III Dr A P Taylor, Lexington . . . Dr S A Donaldson, Lexington . Good & Co., Lexington J T Meyor, Danville John P Koch, Louisvillo . Mrs J D Armstrong, Lexington . r. Metcalf & Armstrong, Lexington V Biloy, Versailles J u it oiarsciiaii, .uexiugiou . . . . William Deitsch, Louisville . . G B Newton, Lexington . . . . F. T Justic, Lexington E E Shekeil, Lexington Catherine Hoeferle, Louisville . M Schoenbachler, Louisville . R F Kirk, Junction City . . . Catherine Rousch, Louibville . Sarah Taylor. loxington . . . . Cost. 14 50 . 14 50. 14 50 Umbrella. IzE'tOa 14 50. 13 50 11 12 12 12 12 12 50, . 12 50 50 50 50 50 12 50 10 50 11 50 50, . . . . . . 29 24 26 26 26 26 20 26 26 22 24 02 47 69 69 69 69 69 69 Frames, "t" s 9 E)tc9 IEi1tOe 1150. 11 50 . 10 50 . . 69 25 47 24 47 24 47 oo o5 20 06 17 44 22 25 20 06 20 06 17 44 17 44 T Vr r, Attractive. WE ARE HIE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM, 9 50. . . . S 50 . 10 50 . 9 50. 9 50 . S ft. . . . . . 50. 8 50. 9 50 . 7 50 7 50 . S . . , 8 7 7 G ....... ........ 3 3 3 3 00 . 2 50. 3 00. 3 00. 3 00. 3 00. G 00 . 50. 50. 50. 00. 00. 50. 50. 00. 20 00 15 00 15 00 17 44 17 44 15 00 14 11 12 07 I FilV BIGGERSTAF DAY TELEPHONE 78 NIOlIT TELEPHONE C7. 1 A9 A 7 05 7 05 fx 05 6 04 5 02 6 01 G G G 04 04 - Mm. im mm nvn M mm. mm 04 12 07 G 3.00. G 04 as... CASH-STterms will be ec .ao ..oo a ..eo a "MtB . OO ..oO 00 . ........... .......... ....... ............ ........... 6 00. 3 50. 2 50. 5 00. 2 60. 5 00. 2 50. 2 50. 2 50. 5 00. 2 50. 56 50. 52 50. 55 50. 18 50. 54 50. 53 50. 53 50. 53 50. 52 50. 51 12 12 5 5 10 5 10 5 5 5 10 5 162 150 159 13S 156 153 153 153 07 07 02 02 05 02 05 02 02 02 05 02 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 CO "O oo ..o ..09 'OO OO OO OO ..oo OO OO OO On and after January 1st, 1899, our . . a SPOT CASH!" -have attempted to rtm our business by collecting our accounts the first of each month, but have been unablo to collect them all promptly. W o are therefore compelled to sell for CASH that we may pay cash for our goods, and will endeavor to mako it to the interest of the trade to do business with ns. We havo a nico line of .Staple and Fancy Groceries, Quccnswaro and Glassware, Sec. Give us a call, examine our stock and got prices. J3PGoods exchnnged for country produce We oo a . oe oo ..oo OO ..OO OO OO . oo ..ao 'OS ee oo oo oe as CO 50. 50 50 50 . .... 48 50 50 49 40 . . 50. 50. . 47 50 48 50. 40 50, 47 50. 47 50 . 46 50. 42 60. 29 50. 43 60. 44 50. AA-- .... 150 00 147 00 133 00 144 00 141 00 141 00 132 00 15C 00 13S 00 132 00 135 00 135 00 132 00 120 00 39 05 103 12 105 74 103 97 72 87 89 69 84 97 72 82 79 97 95 105 81 81 HIGGINS v.. IH VXill ELLS. KY, ..08 oo ets oo 9 OO oo 09 oo 00 ao WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, f eeotaooocoaooooocs J t... Rev Jos Courtney. Lexington . W II Shears. Danville G D Robertson, Lexington . . G D Robortson, loxington . . L U Mllward estate, Lexington Talitha Ueathman, Lexington . G M Asher, Lexington ED Sapre, Lexington H Baker & Co., Lexington . ". 50. 50. 41 50. .41 50. 3750 . 88 50. 30 50. 42 43 So' 35 12 75 10 10 Why Suffer M& hmm ? - When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is gurirfihteed to cure you. it ist th6 discovery- of an eruiucnt-physician.- 50 . 41 41 . 35 31 50 . 41 50 . 40 50. .'$2,210.50 . $3,303.27 50. 50. 50. 80 30 58 75 10 Knifs I Ho fnteriupiion of Business 00 43 75 OS Tho first treatment bring3 immediate relief.. It.haa curcd tlipitaiids, and will euro you. MR. T. rf. WILCOX, prominent inerchant, politician and chief cf tho Chattanooga Iiro Department, says : I voluntarily give you thU statement, hoping it will tc. of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attcaiinri o5 oilier? piles." Price S1.00, Prepaid to any Address. CHATTANOOGA, Z "After years of suffering, DON'S PIL13 OlTME-Vt- r ws to me. The use- of one box effected a permanent cure. er Total Profit Over Cost. 5,009.77 flesh-builde- r. FOR FULL INFORMATIONLADDRESS DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, TENN. 1 I eul-fer- A. SMITH BOWMAN, j - MBS. A. T. MILU0B, Ml Afeat, Riekmtad, ly. , Secretary. ol r 11 I ! 1 "i HI! I d (Nl-l- jr