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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): March 15, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899031501_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 15, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 35 ii -TraT 8a RICHMOND CLIMAX. j. r & VOLUME 25. NEW YORK FASHIONS. RICHMOND, Spring fashions present a bewildering succession of round waists. An exquisite Easter hat is of white Italian Leghorn, trimmed with pink roses nnd whito tulle. The evening gown ot whito organdie is made with the 'gored widths of the skirt joined prior to the tucking, crosswise, which is so popular. Slender ladies affect soft girdles of velvet, ribbons, satin or taffetas They are not appropriate for. women with fall proportions. A very fetching fan is of spangled chiffon mounted on gilt. It is nbout five inches long. A dainty frock shown by Best & Co. for a maiden of ten years lias gored MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1899. NUMBER 41. GRIGSBY MUNCEY, th ntral Agents, Kentucky. Royal HQVAt Baking Powder yOKK. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome BAMMl POWTUR CO.. NEW Enuitable Life NEW YORK, JSSSSSSS$ For tho Climax. $ LIU It 01 THE DM OF A PET I ttt Agents wanted in skirt three yards centre-back, wido nt fulled at the and biased with a three-inc- h hem. Tho open-frowaist reunoccupied veals a blouse of whito China silk. The dress is of finest cashmere. Two shades of the siine material apOFFICE-Mai- n Street, pear in many Spring suits. The materRichmond, Ky. ials which combine most artistically are silk and cashmere. THE BEST THEM ALL 1 1 The shirt waist will, it appears, never die ! It comes to us again this season. slightly altered shapes, some of t In which are positively dressy. It needs to strike a happy compromise between ONTHLYJAAGAZINE. the primitive garment in its generally unbecoming severity and tho dressier Contains a complete novel In every num- waist of silk, organdie or other .flutterber, in addition to a large quantity of useful ing stuff. and entertaining reading matter. JTo contlnuea mtorim, tchUH are mo There is a larger showing than ever objectionable to moat reader. ofbe'.to, and no end of appliances to It should bo In every household. Sub- dangle from them. Among tho scription, 33.00 per year. latter Agents wanted in every town, to whom a practical inclusion is always a silver the most liberal Inducements will be offered. J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMPANY. Publlalisrs, ) or other fanciful bonbonniere, which should contain a few Charcoal Tablets. PHILADELPHIA. Mr. Ditinan, of 2 Barclay street, can tell my readers about them. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Removable stock collars are quite tho vogue. They are plain.plaid and striped, ATTORNEYS. d and speckled up to the top notch of fashionable agony, and ns R. W. MILLER. plain or as fanciful as anyone could Attorn wish. There aro sorts to suit all tastes KEKTDCXT. RlCUMO.VD, and all pocket-bookSome very masculine-appearin- g Office In the Burnam Building, next door to vests feb3-l- y armer's National Bank. of plaid or corded silk, Madras, pique or cotton vesing, etc, aro seen. One of the most important bits of trimming is the silk or velvet bow-knAttorney It is put llatly upon sleeves at KENTUCKY. the top, yokes, vests, skirt fronts and RICHMOND, waists. Eveia'n Cable. Offi e over Taylor a Hardware Btore, Court House, on Main Street. territory. was a lilly a Chlnosn HHy of tho water class, That grew ou its bed of rocks, in a bowl of glass, Beautifully. An old man tended it and cherished it with gentlo care This waterlilly with a promised bloom so fair Dutifully. Tho frosty nights chilled It, but it clung to life heroically, And the cruel cold kept up the strife zero-ically. would bo just twice as great in volume are-noand in that caso would do twice as much work and accomplish twice as much good." "That cau never be," replied the Gold Coin. ' My owner will never consent for me to circulate amongcornmon people on nn equality with you. He thinks loo much of me for that. You are a poor man's money, and I am a rich man's money; and my owner will see to it that I associate only with the rich. And he will keep me as exclusive and valuable as possible, becauso that Increases his wealth and his power." As the Gold Coin ceased speaking, a hand was inserted in the cash drawer. and the Silver Dollar was fished out and sent on his way to circulate among the poor, many of whom have nover seen the Gold Coin or any of his family in all their lives. But they aro well acquainted with the Silver Dollar and his family, and they dearly love his bright face and jolly ways. as we 0 ! Our Goods DM.&K The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO, A1ND Our Prices We Don't 250,000 Cured. WECURESTRICTURE Thousands of young end EiIJ:lIo-age- l men are troubled with this discus; many unconsciously. They may havo n t martini: sensation, final I. tnistin: stream, sharp cutting rains at times, tliehtdi- cuargo, uiuicuiiy in commencing, weale I organs, emissions, nnd all tho svmntoms I of nervous debilit) they havo BTR1C--1 mum. ion t let stretching, uociors experiment on I you. by cutting, or tcarictr I you. 'ihiswillnntcureysu.ftsitwillre-- I tum. Our NEW METHOD TREAT-- 1 Jlt..M aosorot the stricture tissue; hence removes the strictnro permanent ly. nain.no It can nover return. Nobusincsj suffer ing, no dotcntion from by our . metnoa. 'lnoEcxuaiorgansarsslrengtb-cnedTho nerves aro invigoratod, und m niiss oi mannoou returns. Compel 3'ou to trade with us when you give us a trial. Want a Cent Of your money unless you get value received for it. For that reason we are always glad to have you look around the store and learn how much better you can do here than anywhere else. i I I fli3 pteaS, I1IB 838 ife, 111 CD Pretty lilly! Bravely it poised its tender form, its rocky bed rimmed with ice, And it budded and looked "awfully" green and ''nice," But 'twas chilly. Each morning from golden cup, it drank its tiny draught of sunohiae That seemed to warm it and rouse it up from its rocky bed with icy rime Cheerfully. Its slender leaves and tender buds grow and unfolded apace, While the old man nursed it and put it in the warmest and sunniest place Tearfully. For he know that iiiyler all this rich promise of fragrant flower Lurked tho germ of death that 'twould, unfold its bloom and llvo but one brief hour Knew 'twas doomed Tins lilly, white and fair as spotless drapery of summer cloud, " In wonderous beauty would be wrapped in drooping petals its own wiiite shroud When it bloomed. -- LiPPINCOTT'S . , ring-strake- "Why these tears in tho old mnn's eyes ? urn? For the dead flower In the s. What touches his loving heart and causes tender tho'ts to burn True and bright? Why does he linger from hour to hour? Why sits ho there? Is it the presence of his dead flower that keeps him sittiug in his chair U TIIKITWKVT .111 .i (AS ''Hang it, boy!" exclaimed tho ten pl lively curs yon. Ono thousand dollars H derfoot from tho east as tho bellbcv oi IKJ for a caso wo accept for treatment and 12 nX cannoteure. Terms moderate fim run EZs Texas hotel came bouncing in on him without knocking. "Haven't you got K laUAitMK I E.LU We treat and mm. TrTR5TnVS 13: any manners about you? YA!lIt!PJ?T'E syphilis, olket. I.VS STRICTURE. IMPOTHKHV RlfOHET "Didn't you ring?" asked the boy p)1 DRAINS. UNNATURAL DISCIIARll- "Of course I rang." 153. KIPNKYnnd nuAnnKUDismsrs. CONSULTATION FREE. IIOOKS Didn't you ring three times? FREE If unabU to call, write for "It may have been three, as I was in OIIESTTON BLANK for HOME TREATMENT. a hurry for ice water, but that doesn't excuse you for bursting in tho door." "Beg pardon," replied tho boy as he backed out, "but you ought to read tho 122 V. FOURTH STREET, bell card. It's one ring for the porter. CINCINNATI, O. two for the bellboy and three for a gun, and when a guest rings for a gun in this hotel the orders are to got it to him before the other follow can bpg his par Horrible agony is caused by Piles, Burns and Skin Diseases. These are r..i immediately relieved and quickly cured (a 4 'd ri by De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Be Til ware of worthless Imitations. Doug J fctf las & Wells. tA raarbotheeauo. DoB'teontnlffamllv doctors, as they have no experience in M theso special diseases don t allow OBEYED ORDERS. Quacks tr experiment on you. Consult (3 nn!i3 iirrunn nnr, mMinn nrAirtirivnf M men are harlue their sexual vimr and I vitality continually rapped by this dis--1 ease. They are frequently unconscious I of tho cauto of these symptoms. Ucncralf 1 1,1 I. 1) W l' ; M jrau-i - I vivucv uuimiuiiii ng Manhood. Nervousness, Poor Mem-- 1 ory, Irritability, at time Bmnrtingeen-- 1 ycs, iruu uarK circles. rciiun. pudkcii Weak Rark, General Depression. Lack of Ambition. Vnrirncnln. Slarnnlcra Part", tte. GLEET and STRICTURE 0 Thousands of young and WECURE GLEETS laiddlc-ageil The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy . phrases nor bombastic claims. All we have to say is, we buy-i- t-- o CD "3 the best markets of the world, select the la- Disearesof ilennnd Women. OarNEW YA. i test goods, and when you buy you know you have the latest, goods. want? up-to-da- te Bed-roo- m urL3 Is that what you If so, trade with Suiters., Maple, MahogIn Bird's-Ey- e any, Golden and Antique Oak.... g Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds. Elegant Sideboards Extension and Center Tables. 0dd Dressers. Chiffoniers. Parlor Cabinet Book Cases. Hat Racks, Etc., Etc. There is also on display in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever brought to Richmond. My selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette, Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot be excelled. A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and Corduroy, just received from the city. Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Work Baskets, Smyrna and "Wilton Rugs are also attractive additions to our business. you are a lovei4 of beauty it will pay you to If call and my line of Framed Pictures, Medallions, &c. We .also make a specialty of 1 Kennedys Kergaw White -- Gibson News and Opinions 60Fe- don!" Philadelphia Press. J. ot. at-La- to His Life Was Saved. H. B. HOGG, Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder ATTORNEY AT LAW, Kentucky. ful deliverance from a frightful death. Richmond, In telling of it he says: ''I was taken with Typhoid Fever, that ran into Office No. 13 First St, up stairs. Pneumonia. My lungs became hard ened. I was so weak I couldn't even J. C. & D. M. OHENAUL1Y sit up in bed. Nothing helped me. I ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. expected to soon die of Consumption, Richmond, when I heard of Dr. King's New Dis covery. One bottle gave great relief. street, over Chen Olfice on Second I continued to use it, and now am well anil's grocery. and strong, I can't say too much in its praise." This marvelous medicine is PHYSICIANS. the 6urest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble. DR. H. It. GIBSON, Regular size 60 cents and $1.00. Trial PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, bottle freo at Perry & Thomas' Drug KENTUCKY. Store; every bottle guaranteed. 2 Richmond. 31-3- 0 Thro' tho night7 Do tho changing forms in his grato turn back tho tide of years To a time when he watched some beloved late and alone wrenched by conflicting hopes and fears Without surcease? Has timo turned backward in its flight to somo solemn night, When a soul, as the lilly, beautiful and white, Had sought release From a form, as the lilly, frail and fair? Does the old man see. In coals that turn to ashes at his feet, hopes that evermore must bo Under the sod?? Tread lightly on sacred ground 'tis grief no man may share. He asks no sympathy, but meekly endures, and does not dare Question his God. Coughing injures and inflames sore lungs Cough Cure One Minute loosens the cold, allays coughing and heals quickly. The best euro for children. Doutrlas & Wells Paint For National Importance The Sun Contains Both a year Daily and Sunday, by mail, $8 a year Daily, by mail, $6 "As soon as a woman gets fat," say the Savage Bachelor, "her nxt move is to get a photagraph taken that looks like the front of a butcher shop." I E. A. Richmond, Ky., March 2, 1899. G. Mr. S. A. Fackler, Editor of the Micanopy (Fla ) Hustler, with his wife and children, suffered terribly from La Grippe. Ono Minute Cough Cure was the only remedy that help them I It acted quickly. Thousands of others use this remedy as a specific for La Grippe, and its exhausting after effects. Douglas Wells. limited quantity of black paint, suitable for barns, Iron Fences, Gutters, &c. Will sell SxaAas Swi-- -. IS THE GREATEST 8UNDAY NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD. By mall, $2.00 a year. Price 5 cents a copy. Address THE SUN. New York. framing pictures. t THE SILVER DOLLAR AND THE GOLD COIN. CASH A A Madison wife returning homo recently, who had been off on a visit, found all of her dresses HOOKER, CHAS. she had left in tho wardrobe missing, T ETERINARY SURGEON, mid, thinking tiiat her husband .had, pcrnaps, ueen making love to some Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. other lady during her absence, she de V. U rinarv Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. manded very abruptlv that he should Office up stairs, over store recently accugive an account of her missing gar j. by iticnmonu xiurucoa vai., p.'-lA Hi hmomi, Ky. 'J ments. 'Vell," said the innocent and 'f" Office in the Joe Street, oyer While Colins building, 18 and old drueJtore. 7- - -- spot in tho back yard, "you wrote home that if I wanted the key to the smoke house I would find it in tho dress pocket lephone nt residence (the Carr place) on of your polonaise in tho wardrobe. I Urondway. - Kentucky. didn't know a polonaise from a tennis Richmond, - - racket, and couldn't have found the W. EVANS, M D., pocket if I had searched for a week. Sol took all your dresses out in tho backyard, set fire to them and fished Physician and Surgeon, . - - Kentucky. the key out of tho ashes." Rli IIMON'D The whistle of a locomotive can bo DR. T. J. TAYLOR, heard 3 300 yards, the noise of a musket Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, and the bark of a dog 1,800 yards, the Kentucky roll ot a drum 1.G00 yards, tho croak of Richmond, a Jrog saw yards, a cncKct chirp S00 WOiEcc and residence on Second Street, yards, a dinner bell 2 miles and a call for a newly married couple to get up in DENTAL STJUQERT. the morning 3 feet 7 inches. Medicine and Surgery. Oflicc Collins Buildinc, MainStreet. TL C. JASPER, M. D ... DENTIST, next door to Government Building, o k ItichmSna, Ky. uince noura novl7-ly of Louisville, Kt. Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-sonext door to postoffice. D R. FRED SMITH. n, DENTIST. WOPice, over Collins' Grocery, same office lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. Janl2-l- y Dr. Louis H. Landman Nn. Km WhI Ninth Street. Cincinnati. Ohio, will be at the Hotel ZImmer. Richmond, Ky on Wednesday, March 8, 1899, returning every second Wednesday o. each month. Reference every physician of teblS-lKy. Rich-mon- d, y. Do not think for a single moment that consumption will ever strike you a sudden blow. It does not come that way. It creeps its way along. First, you think it is a little cold; nothing but a little hacking cough"; then a linle loss in weight: then a harder cough; then the fever and the night sweats. The suddenness comes when you have a hemorrhse. Better stop the disease while it is vet creeninE. You can do it with KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. E. US. CITE, PietiJ t, Lnimrlon, Ij. ERARY, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COMMERCIAL COLLEGES. Tuition fcT Literary and Bible Course JM a $10,000 7ear. More than twenty teachers. gymnasium. Thousand of successful alumni. Koclal and moral welfare of stndents receive SDeclal attention. Onen to both sexes. For JlyW-t- f catalogues address the President. IDI Ml! SHORT LINE TO y Cherry Pectoral first notice that you cough less. The pressure - on the chest is lifted. That feeling of suffocation is removed. A cure is hastened by placing one of You New Orleans -- Dr. Ayer's Cherry Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Louis ville every Thursday night and runs tnrougn to Sau Francisco. Ask your ticket agent for particulars or write to u ji. rowier, Traveling rcssenger Agent, Louisville. Kr. Free Eeclinin Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orleans. A. H. HANSON. Q.V.A., Chicago. WM. A. XELttMTO. Y. A., LoaWrille. A. Pectoral Plaster over the Chest. A Throat and Lungs. Writm urn Frmafy. If you hare any cowpUlwt whatever .nil ri.!vn th. btMdlcal advice vou can poatlMr receive, wrll the doctor freelr. tou wtllriceiveam:onrtreplj. It is en the DIscmm cf tbe Book FrOm J f. the following : No Right to Ugliness. on or address, " If that mischievous financial pol woman who is lovely in face, The A Silver Dollar dropped into a cash icy which had its origin in the North form and temper will always have1 drawer where there was a Gold Coin. American Kepubhc during the late friends, but one who would bo attrac Co. Civil War in that country, should beWhen his eyes became accustomed to tive must keep her health. If she is come indurated down to a fixture, tho darkness, ho discovered his companweak, sickly and all run down, she HI! then that government will furnish its ion, and cried out merrily: Jan25-3will be nervous and irritable. If she money without cost. It will have all Hello, Mr. Gold Coin, you look has constipation or kidney trouble, her the money that is necessary to carry bright and new." mpure blood will cause pimples, blot on its trade and commerce. It will And why shouldn't I look bright and ches, skin eruptions and a wretched become prosperous beyond precedent new?" replied the Gold Coin. "I have complexion. Electric Bitters is the in the history of civilized nations of to do." nothing C V best medicine in the world to regulate the world. 1 he brain and wealth of Well, now, that sounds strange," stomach, liver and kidneys and to puri we do not handle, because all countries will go to North America. Dollar. "I have more mused the Silver fy tho blood. It gives strong nerves. MUST we know nothing adout the THAT GOVERNMENT virrv v BE than I can do, Mr. Gold Coin." nrfTnnirrn rT bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich languidly sniffed his Tho Gold Coin drug business, but STROY EVERY MONARCHY ON ent any lartuer argument. The last complexion. It will make a good-loo- k aristocratic nose and remarked : n THIS GLOBE." person I visited before coming to the ing, charming woman of a to me. I do not "That is nothing Only 50 cents at Perry & Ihe famous Hazzard circular, to have to go out among tho common peo- mine owner was a poor widow, who invalid. capitalists in New York, and the Buell 2 you do. I have sub studied a long time before shecouhl Thomas' Drug Store. ple and work, like Bank circular to United States Bank decide stitutes to do my work, and you, Mr. was where I would do tho most good. We make, sell and annlr. After more than 30 ers, both emanating from London, and SENSITIVE ON THAT HEAD. the only pieco of money she had, I years actual practical experience in the making, Silver Dollar, are ono of them." sellinzand putting on of paint, vie feel some- the fabulous corruption fund raised in so that I felt quite lonelv while I re- In claiming that we know some"Then," said the Silver Dollar, with a Encdand and fiermanv. estimated at The illustrious senntor, who still what Justified . thlnir more about tbe newness tnan inose wno - o J' merry twinkle in his bright eye, "you maineu witn ner. 1 notice that her lacked a dozen or more votes of have for a short time as clerks and dealers been $1,500,000, were the agents that Se hand trembled when she touched me, are not money you merely represent ana whS cured the closing of our mints against frequently tho would take me ud tion, was in tho barber's chair. contents. We iruarantee to I silver. of mouoy, where I am the real thing." The razorial artist ran his fingers the quality the and look at me in a way Hint made me "Humph!" muttered tho Gold Coin, The "walk into my parlor" policy very sad. On ono of these ocensions I through his customer's hair. 3 3 1 T nlta trf lua Tvnnov ttiAri nnv rrnrn thin nfiiA J ' "8 with a lofty air, "I should like to know Ulc . "Seems rather dry aud dead," he said, of the uwr cUIm: Now mike a list of paints ,. to be money a common felt a tear fall on my face, nnd I wished in n rlnffirpnllal anil fmircitttivfl rnnnnsr. how vou came "S""?, " ",c "lca.1 viucm.C 0!""s then that 1 could multiply my Bpecies lomacy in Shaping the fellow like you." bettered, "than" ! and exririmed the, illus- - I we promise you that wa wont ask youone "else, of English Dip United States to Duy. destiny of the Govern was too good na- - and fill her pockets. At last she de p 1 The Silver Dollar . x go I Kcmemner we suDmii samples ior your inspcc- uercuiy cided to exchange me for coal, but It noun BiuiCtJiiimi,... ment. .. tured to get angry at tho surly roply I. .nr. ,1,l. HOI- l,ol.,n made me hot when I saw that the Notwithstanding the famine price of his companion, but smiled pleas miiio owner gave her less in exchange locks thrown up to mo?" Chicago of wheat, the Spanish War, and fabu antly and said : J lous expenditures of money by our for me than ho did those who bouaht Tribune, Well, Mr. Gold Coin, that is easy large lots. I tried to burn his pocket government during the past year, gold w. am street. a for mo to do. While you lie here in "Was Beatrico weeping because her percent, and I think I did scorch bis conscience RICHMOND, KY. has increased in value eleven tho drawer and represent monev, as appendicitis?" and all other values decreased in the a little. I meet with many diiloront husband had only vou say. I am tho real stuff. I don't wept because he didn't get KrTlie larcest and Paints, exclusive wholesale same proportion "No, she Wall Paper, Win represent anybody or anything. I am experiences in my travels. Sometimes it until it was out of style." Chicago and retail dealer in aiass, on; varnirncs. dow shades, window For a thorough understanding of I visit places where there is a groat News. Brushes. Artist and Painters sunnlies srcnerallr. no man's slave. I am free, and I go stock the largest and prices always the lowest. the money question, or silver issue, deal of sorrow, and in others all irfioy out and circulate among the people the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly Molly Jack stole something from un and make them all happy and pros and gladness, but I notice that wher given evidence of its ability to teach, perous, while you Ho here in tho dark ever I go I am always a welcome vis der my very nose while wo were down explain and produce all facts and itor. Everybody is glad to see me at the shore looking at thoso fishing! and do nothing. You might as well truth. It is a paper that ought and not bo in existence, for your substi and none parts from mo without regret. boats. can be read by all classes with pleas- my work requires mo to keep go Dolly What was it, a little smack?! tutes, as you call them, could do their But ire and profit. ing; I never can fine time to stop and Somerville Journal. work without you as well as with you.' i lie around.likeyou do and to tell you "You are a worthless fellow," 6aid tho the Gold Coin with a snort of displeas for truth, I don't think that is urn wav respectable money to do. Our busl not foe m6 you ure. "If it were wouldn't be worth half your weight ness is to circulate, to keep moving, for and you wouldn't dare to show your Homebody is always in need of us. Only the other day I was in aslck rooui.where face in public," Commission laughed at tho father lay at the point of death The Silver Dollar merrily. Many diseases considered in. Merchants.. this unkind fling, and replied good while his little ones were crying from hunger. I tellyoulgotoutoftherein curable are catarrn liumorcdly: vpder oiAer names, 'Really. Mr. Gold Coin, I had no hurry, nnd sent back as much bread Simple catarrh in and medicine as I could exchange my and Sheep, Cattle, idea that you wore valued bo highly, the head is called self for. Of courso, Mr. Gold Coin, you Here I have beon hard at work ever Con incurable. nover did anything of that kind, and sumption is ca since I can remember, doing all the you don't know anything about it. All tarrh of the good I could, and helping all kinds ot Union Stock Yards, lungs, and its to make a living, until this kind of work falls on me. I only neoDlo regret that I liave not a large family, so la, no victim as you can seo.ll am worn quite thin Cincinnati, O. doubt, past help look ns young and we could do more good work. The while vou -- QO TO TH&-- In the more adway it is now there are bo few of us fat as ever. ' Then rolling bin Telephone 7346. vanced stages self up by the side of the Gpld Coin that everybody wants u at the same but great num : time, and this demand makes as too JfiTAll Information regarding live and looking him in the eye, ho con bers of people die of consumption beConsign stock cheerfully furnished. needlessly. It is certain that every tinued: And now tell mo, who gave .valuable. It increases our worth 12 W. Short St., Lexlngtaa, Ky. sept7-l- y your stock direct to us. you tho right to claim me as youf ser yond a fair limit, eo that the farmer phase of catarrh, including many cases J. "W. XASTXRS, vant or slave? Don't you know that nnd the laboring man have to bid lor of consumption, nrq cured by tho right Ttrcnitarmesls 9S csnis. Lodirlae V CCBts. I Dr- - Hartman's us in the open market, aud give Hp a treatment, Most conTenient and centrally Iocs ted beUl in my name is Freo Silver, and that I am prescription, attacks Ofctarrhal the city. Fine equipped Bar in connection. Money, not a representative of money great deal more of their produce and great lnbor than they would if we were more dkeases scientifically ud urea mem. like yoiu?" 60 YEARS' plentiful and easier to get. In fact, we Dr. nrtmQ orplaln it fully la his The Gold Coin edged off a little, as EXPERIENCE books which arc mailed ca application. to touch anything 60 aro so valuable that a great raany peo- Here la a letter from Mrs. Ilanaenlng, he were afraid ple would rather have us than proper Manic, Wis., who Is one of Jnany vile as tho silver picco, and remarl ty. This reduces the value of property Maw of coasumpuoc by SALOON PARLOR cared disdainfully: WHEN IN TOWN. want you to understand that lam and makes it worth so little that those She says: who own it cannot exchange it for any Medicine Ce Columbus, O. no common biock. j. neiong to a ncii f HHsssssBin and so thousands of properly Dzak Sow: "I cannot prls your Jew, who lends me to Kings and Gov thing else, Tracc Mamks owners who thought tlicy were rich remedr'ldohfehlv. Last whaler I had DESIGN Coolest and most refreshing ernments, who lock mo up and send ltrajra Copyrights Ac nrovorty. The la. crrinne as d hemorrh ace of of drinks that can be found out hired substitutes to do the work in have been reduced to Anyone sending a sketch and AtseriMioajn? amwa-slliersame conditions hurt the working peo followed. All the doctorscomHnipUOB. in the city are dispensed my- - place. 1 do not soil my hands.with told me had to die of Invention M probably patentable.!. Cmnwanlea. sndbtie oa Patents tlom strictly oonfldeni I ldeet ssencr for securuw Mtenta. and accommowork among common people, like you ple, because It does not pay tf improve Then I thous-h- t I would aak Dr. Hartby sent free. property factories, aod so there nan for advice, which I dW. He prePatents taken throuth Xnnn' jt Co. receive do." vfctiol notice, without charge, tn i dating, clerks. for me, and I took it scribed thope-whlabor.-"Then by your own confession," re- is no work for and was aocordhatr to his direction eou- - cured. now, Mr. Uolu Cc-iI advise everybody that is A kaadtcmrir Utnstrated vsoktr, plied the Sliver Dollar, "you are not to Uke Dr. Im heard troubled with luwr diseaae money yow ate aerely a servant, and tiiitjed the Silvor Dollar, year : fonr months. fL Sold by IlartaMtn's treatment. I am sore they do your work throtiglf wibatitutee. If ohm be mologk, the each drawer, "I will not reirrct it if they do. I am now SeooadSt Phone 3j atoney, en joying good health, and eaa ttiaak you would go out and work with jm a have to go. If you were BIGHMOND, "KT. M--ir .o nr . few dayc you would soon diacorvr what like me, and cireulated, m I do, we HARD STORY, BY CHAS. M'GILL. money is. and tho kind of work It ought to do. For instance, when you saw me drop in here I was just from the hands of a butcher, who exchanged mo ior leeu lor ins slock. I came to tho butcher from an honest laboring man, wno erchanced ma for mrnit tn feed ins family with. I came to the laborer from a coal mine owner, nnd thus performed tho important duty of commissioner between capital and la 1 !l wor, iieuner oi which could prosper witnout me. Jiut my experience with tho two convinced me thatlaborismore generous than capital, for the mine owner insisted that I was too heavy by to balance the day's work of the laborer, until finally the latter sold his work for less than It Tvnu worth, for the sako of peace and to pre- m Pupil "What, in your opinion, pro fessor, is the most difficult mathemati cal problem?" Poor Professor (grimly) ''Trying to make both ends meet, my dear sir." GREENBACKS or Government Money. At close of our Civil War in 1865, there appeared in the London Times at a very any quantity low price. For particulars call 111 Our line is full and complete, and in charge of Mr. M. G. Brown, a graduate embalmer and funeral director. It will pay you to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. Water ! Light i r . 1 S, NEVILLE MOBERLEY PHONE 23.-- W Successor to J. S. Colliiis. Dm A BOON TO MANKIND.' it DRTABLER! t issssaA UCSCEYE v EE3 run-dow- PmMts ""'J'0 p AJ m re-el- ec OlSrrin c m S pd in to .glr 1 "Ot A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. . uu fc CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 75 Cents; Bottles, 60 Cents. Scte Proprietor, JAMES F. BALLARD, - - 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, tf.O, jams-iy. For sale by XERRY & THOMAS, Druggists. Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863. JAMES T. HAMILTON, -- Proprietor. NCURABLE W.HtHoshal&Co Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. DISEASES FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who aro contemtilatlntr buyinc Marble, Granite, or nny kind of CemeteryAVork, will find it to their Interest to call at tho old stand in tho rear of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand a largo stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all chffws cjl buyers, gjmy il it. w. u. (juuunii, one. ot tne Deat workmen in central Kentucky, is In charge of our establishment nnd this means satisfactory work in every phnse. Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs, ' which will be furnished on application. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED, logs English Kitchen, ?rerlter. O. HK7VTCILrON. Proprietor REPAIHINa AND TIMEING PINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. All Work GiaraGteed. re-ra-n- a, a. 'I swim up-to-da- te L E. LANE, 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. Pe-ru-- na ie Sell Your Hides AND BUY YOUR d Pe-ru-- o "iu Scientific Htmlim l h lor rfe pay the Highest and sell theLfwt Prices on earth. . Seed Potatoes at Thurman's. - ri Thurman GbocebyCo., RICHMOND, KY. ll V r all nlllssM rw-ro--na jCoMAliJ akd f ' CHiUsiDie. , r . t c J ill' r hi v jr..,. aij i vi i "iiiYTi llasssssslBIIMIaslllslllam IIIIIBM ill III WM llllsa IssllsMliMaWtiwhlil n i .MS iuaHi 11 L . : i; int M S71 fU n tl lis il. on the (.f : W.I hj Si h 1) tl s door separated from the main entrance; but Chinn preferred the latter. Bron? stou had left his place at the counter, Bicycle Riders, Attention. rWE HAYE TtENTY OF COAL. and had coiJe out in front of hotel, ! Proprietor andBlltors. ufJllLUx':1'' Ihe annual state meeting of the Kv where he was standing with tho pistol A. his L. A. W. will be held in Richmond when Col. Chinn came sometime m June. It will bring 300 sppko as Col. Chinn back. Neither Ami can fill eriers passed riders here, who will spend two day hotel and Mr. Bronston went into the WEDNESDAY, MOIL 15, 1899. Just so evil in the blood in our midst. In order to unho d the to his promptly. Onr Pise comes out in shape of scrof- widespread reputation of our city forlts office.' afterwards ho received a mesKnot and Straight Creek V tU 0 Shortly ..a.aaa.AAAAAAA I'DBLiaUr.l) EVCSY WKDNKSDAY BY hospitality and progressiveness, all Coals can not be exula, pimples, etc., in children citizens should take an interest in th sage from Maj. Johnston, chairman of the State Central Committee, that are bicycl Go mean to any particular house, if so get a divorce and celled. We also handle The and young people. Taken in affair, especiallyJ.those who President of Chinn had told him to inform Bronston ndora. Mr. H. Strong is that hevould make no further effort to buy where you can get the BEST GOODS for the Hay, Corn, etc. Teletime it can be eradicated by tne local club anu also btate ropresen take his life fhat nignt, but he would LEAST MONEY. Come to my store and convince tative, and ho states that already there phone 21, near R. N. I. PRICK PEU Y35AR, $1.50, the using Hood's Sarsaparilla. are21 members of tho Richmond Club make no promise as tohomofuture. yourself of the wonderful reduction in Wraps, Dress ,Col Chinn left for Wednesday, & B. Depot. Terms, which 7rf night Just before Blankets, Comforts Goods, Underwear, "Wool In older people, the aftermath store. meets every Friday night In his in. a statement to a leaving Lexington, ANNOUNCEMENT Strictly Cash. correspondent, CoL and Notions of all kinds. irregular living shows itChinn said he attacked Mr. Bronston FOR AUDITOR. NEFF & MILLION. Bates, the Giant, Still Lives. " bcenuso the latter a petition We are authorized to announce JOHN B We had supposed for vears that lawsuit stated that had in Chinn hadinn in bilious conditions, a self OUENAULT, of Madison county, a candidate Mrs. by 'Baby" Bates, Kentucky Giant for the office of State Auditor, subject to the heavy head, a foul mouth, was dead, but we the by the Livingston collusion and fraud attempted fo cover see action o: me Democratic niaie convention. up certain property, namely.the stallion Colonel that Bates Lnssed through Lissak, sold at Lexington a general bad feeling. there Friday enroute to his old home in proceeds of tho sale Mr. last fall. The Neighborhood Telephone Lines For Farmers BEPKESKXTATIVB. It is the blood, the impure blood, Laurel county. At the depot Hon, tached in a bank to satibfy Bronston atTho time is undoubtedly coming very We are authorized to announce M. II. WILLa judgment IAMS a candidate for the Legislature, subject to friends, which is tho real cause. Purify Sam "Ward, who is a man of height, he had obtained against Chinn for one rapidly when the isolation of the farmup the aotKm oi ine Democratic party. and avoirdupois, that with Hood's Sarsaparilla and breautnthe giant and looked steppedsmall Of his clients, a Mrs. Sally Crawford, er will become mitigated, owing to beside like a We are authorized to announce W. W. who claimed in her suit that Chinn had "neighborhood happiness will reign in your family. CO.MI13 a candidate to succeed himself in the boy in comparison. telephone lines," by disposed next general assembly of the State of KenWe met Bates and his wife in Louis belongingof certain property in Chicago means of which they can communicate Blood Poison- -" I Hyed In a bed of Are That our line of Men's Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best to her late husband and had tuckysubject to the will of the Democratic for years owing to blood poisoning that folvillo twenty years ago. They each not made a proper accounting. party. also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls. My with each other without reference to the in the city. lowed small pox. It broke out all over my claimed to be 7 feet 11 inches tall not Broneton save that Mrs. Crawford's so will quote only a few prices stock of goods is to numerous body, Itching intensely. Tried doctors and in their stocking feet, however, as they husband was an intimate friend of condition of the roads or press of work. Tiikue arc 1,740,555 Negro voters in A local paper of an inland city in New wore high heels. now making them go : hospitals In vain. I tried Hood's Sarsapathat are Chinn. Crawford owned a'lialf interest America. It can be sefelv estimated in a Chicago gambling house and when York state describes an interesting line rilla. It helped. I kept at it and was enThings Well to Remember. that 2.000,000 of those will vote tho Ite-he died left it and nothing else to his where the subscribers constructed the tirely cured. I could go on the housetops Blankets, 10-- for 38c. to $5.00. publicnn ticket In 1000. Uinsgow i'ostmastcr Willis requests us to sav wife. Crawford and shout about It," Mas. J. T. Williams, Chinn Times. Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. MASS CONVENTION to the reading public that ignoranco of the property and trusted inmoney to sell lino, furnishing tho tools and doing the ORDERED. Carbonitale, Pa. givo the to his postal is causing people to widow. Chinn did sell Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50c' the propcrty.so work themselves, the expense for wire, Scrofula Sores "My baby at two waste regulations money Skybbal requests htive been received and inorclmn Mrs. Crawford alleges, for S4,'i00. but instruments, etc., was equally divided inetr time, At a meeting of tho Democratic State months bad scrofula sores on cheek and lists of names of from Ladies' Vests, 15c. and up. nt this otlico arm. Local applications and physicians' disc. Bear in mind that ail writte never paid her a cent. She brought among them, and the in tost was only two hundred to five hundred Demo. Jixeculive Committee1890, thccity of Lex- medicine did little or no good. Hood's Sarmatter, whether sealed or unsealed suit against him, got a judgment, but Hose, 19c. Ladies' All-woit was ordered saparilla cured him permanently. He is crats. If the senders will give their ington on March 8, about 14 per share. Tho line,of course, will cost two cents per ounce. Spool Cotton, lc. and up. could not coltect the money. AVhen reasons for wishing us to go to so that n btate Convention be held in now four, with smooth fair skin." Mas. truo Tho law has been so changed that all Chinn sold the horse Lissak, "Bronston, is freo to subscribers, but others can a.V; on Wednesday, Juno 21 S. S. Weotes, Farmington, Del. 100-Yar- d much trouble they will be given consul Louisville the purpose Spool Silk, 5c. packages of merchandise and papen on behalf of Mrs. Crawford, got out the make use of it by the payment of a 1899, for of nominating v. .: oration. Otherw ise, otlierwiso. will remain in tho office as "dead" un attachment. 12 Yards Lace, 5e. Democratic candidates for State offices small fee. At present there aro ten less required postage is paid, unles to be voted for on November 7, 1899. Handkerchiefs, lc. and up. O.vb of tho curses of war is the dis subscribers to the line. Scientific party to whom same is addressed con THAT FARM PROBLEM. Said convention shall be called to army contractor and the dishon honest Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up. sentsto send the deficiency in stamps i American. MiMn Hill lilt est officials who permit him to bleed order nt eleven o clock a. m. So don't mail packages without having Delegates to said State Convention Brpwn Cotton, per yard. The truth of the above paragraph C1IAFTBR VI I. Hood'l Mill cur, llrer lilt; tha tho govornment. It lias been found and them properly weighed and stamped. from tho Scientific American is proved Wo assuro Prof. C. W. Boll, of Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. tliat some of the shoes manufactured shall be chosen at county mass con' only othartle to take mUh llood'i Saniparlll. If it Is worth sending, thev are worth veutions to for volunteers were made of paper and county court be held at the various that tho discussion of his by what is going on in various commupaying for. Overcoats, $2.50 and up. houses in counties hav scraps of leather pressed together and ing nritli nietic problem regarding the farm nities in Kentucky. In Clark, Montbut one legislative district, of they cot wet fell to pieces. Some A Collection of Gems. has not been profitless oo unpleaswhen gomery, Madison, Woodford and other Always watch for my advertisement, I can save yon money. of the uniforms were of the shoddiest which due notice shall be given by va Richmond, will givo a musical at the A local writer, a gentleman with lit ant; Wo very positively pronounced Christian Church on tho evening of the nous county cuainneu. of the shoddy his problem "indeterminate," .and counties of Central Kcntucky.neighbor-hoo- d 17th, ior the benefit of the Woman's erary talents of a high order, lias been so in counties having more than one far have absolutely no one to telephones are being erected, and prevailed unon to contribute reculnrlv - T&e.30 legislative there shall be a con Wo in- each day brings the various Tim 'Williainbiin: Times says that vention fordistrictlegislative district, to Society of that church. Pans News. - to tho columns of tho Climax. His dispute our assertion. each fanners Messrs. George and Carroll Hamilvito attention to the Professor's latest nave been IS prominent Kepulilicnns mr. fli ll n n some convenient point to be ion. ui an. sterling, anal aiuney u. first installment appears on our first letter, on our last page, third column. nearer together and puts them now in subpoonoed in that county iiy John X) be held at by the chairman ot the legis- Clay, of this city, have gone to Florida pago. a poem that cannot lint touch th His research into the definition of the touch with the town nnd cities. Richprove that lioreing used won indicated Wlnte to lative district committee, who shall to spend several weeks in hunting and tnougntiui reader s heart, attesting the word parallel" is Exhaustive and con- mond should take advantage of the oy to tleleut linn. TIiav will trn in TTntrtmn nn n divine power behind the pen that drew vincing, but, as we requested Republican members and ex advertise in tho local papers the loca All the to building of these lines and seo that tion for said conventions nt least ten business trip before they return to Ken- - this beautiful picture of the dvinz lay no stress upon our doubt as himthe every effort is made to get the farmers inombors of the Kentucky Contrres to lilly. Read it and remember Iinreafter sional delegation have decided to in days prior to the date fixed by this mcKy. inris iews. to look thero for similar gems. Tho correctness of his position on that who have telephones to have connecMiss Delia Pigg, one of Mrs. Burgin's writer enterff-thdorse tho Hon. I'.rutusJ. Clay for the comirittee. realm ol poesy with point, we beg htm to confine himself Jo tion, constant and inexpensive connecSaid county and legislative district advanced pupils, will give a recital in the original question. Is the problem tion, with our merchants and people. l'aris commissionorsliip. conventions snail be held at 2 o'clock, tho Kimball Music Hall Thursday active feet that feel confident of the "indeterminate," hence unfit to ask of quick, inexpensive and reliable mode A of standard time, June 17. 1899: said con evening, March a, at b o'clock. A num- grouud they tread. Having been Tun State Democratic Convention ventions shall be called to order bv the to examine, some of his produc arithmetic classes? Let us Bee what connection wil! soon lead to the estabof Mrs. Burgin's pupils will assist ber lishment of new facilities for the deover which Louisville and Lexington Cor. Main and 1st Sts. tions, in prose and poetry, we pledge other educators think. Richmond, Ky livery of goods to the various country NAsuviLLivfrENN., March 8. held chairman of the respective county or her. Miss Ollie Picg will play a cornet our readers that the author treats his inauo such a warm contest, will-blegislative district committees. The solo neighborhoods and will be worth thousMrs. P. C. Karr, of East Main themes with an appreciative, masterly Editor Climax: in Louisville on the 21st day of June M M M M V fl M S Nil' Viz' SMS S S V Mf fV Problem 10, next, both the place and time having basis of representation from each county street, Is visiting relatives in Rich lervor and leeiing indeuis sentiment fs terminate one. Arithmetic, is nnPh. D.. ands of dollars annually to the trade of shall be one delegate for each 200 votes tnond. Lexington Herald. Richmond. . been settled Wednesday by the State H. Y.Benedict and his descriptiveness ad exquisite, Executive Committee. The ofllcial call and fraction consisting of 100 or more (Harvard.) Actg. Prof. Math, and Ast... It is now reasonably certain that The miraoty tho for inase conventions to bo held at the votes cast for tho head of the Demo iume. Dcaicni grand opera organization calU forpiquant, whether love, occasion vanuerout university. lightness, for or for cratic electoral ticket at the Presiden will county court houses, on June 17, Is on..,o.- - tragedy. It will always be admitted annenr tial election In 1896, provided that each ment on the in Dr.nvilln fnr nnn na published in '.lie Climax Ky., March 3. nielli nf thn "fitli Atnn. that Mr. G. has nobly succeeded in giv county shall have at least ono delegate Dear Mr. Woods: I have given the ager Veatch has sold one of the boxes mp us matter as acceptable for its vote. Ix the caine of an acrostic dedicated All known Democrats and others who anu ininy additional seats. This, how genuine sweetness and truth as for the demonstration of your contention in liv an admiring friend to the Richmond Climax careful perusal. You are unW. Bryan for President ever, is not sulhcient to fully encour- wonurous Climax, the acrosticer advises the supported whoJ.pledge themselves to age tho enterprise nnd others wishing setting. beauty ot the language of its doubtedly right, and I am surprisod and those pap'r to "Xenodochy ever to Mramrers support tho nominees of said State con iu mjiir ineae unisis snouid apply at In the eighth paragraph of the poem that my friend Bell does not "acknowlpfifonn." Sure, Tho clever Climax edge the corn." shall be entitled to participate once. on our first page wonderous should be of Examiners of I belong to the ISoard this county, and the j. 'ople woulil never do anything of that vention Bradley is reading law wondrous our errer in uie couniy or. legislative district kind to a fiiemlor neighbor, we are applicants themselves had their fun Under thn dirpV-tinnt lior fnlmr l.n conventions. certain. Lebannn Governor. Mbs Bradloy does not hope Poles Pulled up hi the Middle ol the Night. over tho question. Our Superintend P. P. Joiixsox, Ch'm 'Xenodochy " means hospitality, lienco. entand myself consulted about it and Owex Cochran, Sec'y. 'ihe legal status of the question as to hatMhem uvwiuo a ICUUU IJIill'UllUUer, UUl is tli 1'alcon is sliiruilv oil. Jtutournu qualifying herself more especially to whether tho electric light company has sides 80 work itas if it read 'pnrallel . iiiire-rGov." lid 15rown, will please and 110,' which, you know, is become of assistance to her father in the right to erect its poles anywhere i hereafter use only United fetates lan his office work. Governor Bradley will chooses.in front of private nronertv with clear enough to some students. Even You tell your folks that when in need of anything in the Hardware, Tinware or Stove if hell were right, the idea ot giving in all probability leave corisentof line, not to stop until they get to the Old Reliable House of D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. Miss Carpentor, of M. I., is visiting expiration of his term Kentucky at the out the determined the owners.will nroha. such a "chance" 'example to boys and- of ollice. He is bly be hero shortly, as a re oi tne Tins allegftUpitfs false and the alle- - menus in atamora. They are now buyingfor considering New York, Cincinnati and sult oi me action ot prominent Main giris know country ischools is absurd the question is u?ed in tho gator is a crocodile, whoever lie is. It Mrs. Florrio Heath Sevaranco is still Los Angeles, California. Col. Crad- - street resident on Sunday night. Some You examination for county jdiploina and is from 0. W. Jones, a friend in Davcn very ill at Stanford. UOCK. time after midnight two poles recently only scholars of the different schools port, Iowa, to the editor of this paper: Mrs. Neale Bennett is the guest of Mrs.' Mnrv (Veil n.nifrill nt planted in front of tho residence aro eligible to fake it. read recently that during the late "I m jut, sterling. Judge James E. Cantriil, of George property of the Mistes Walker, at the The problem is' ridiculous, and the And receiving the Largest and Most Complete Stock (for the Spring trade), that ever came to Richmond. freeze, one of the inhabitants of Rich irienus Mrs. Field Miller was hostes at town, ivy., was at the Grand yesterday intersection of Main street nnd Lancas fact that once in a. million, times one uvotid, Ivy., placed a lighted lamp un They have had a life-tim- e experience in the hardware business and 4ihey think they know the people's on her way to College Hill, O., to visit ter avenue, were dug up and plnced in may be able to hit upon a solution by ler n pan of dough to keep it from Wliist Inday afternoon. wants. They are prepared to sell you anything in the hardware line for less money than you can get the in Mr. Brown Lee Yatesof Lawrence hereon Ceeil. wlm inn Ktmlnnf t tl.. the street, 'the holes sod the pavement ngiu frecxing, and the moisturo which col gives us no right to re Ohio Military Institute. Cecil Cantriil, were refilled and the was carefully strict it to that one, when the million same goods anywhere. Now when you are not trading with S. & Co., just keep your hand on your rabbit lected on the bottom of tho pan dropped burg was in the city Monday. who is now oniy 10 years or age, but replaced. So that when passere-b- v figures that can drawn, if time al uiMDn the lamp chimney and froze." foot and your eye peeled for hoodoos. Mr. Richard Stoll, of Lexington, was a man in stature, was the came down the street on Monday morn- lowed, may each be youngest satisfy the conditions. The story originated from tho fact that in town on business 'luesday. Colonel thn world pver wltnocoi? TTta ing they saw the practical results of a I send a few figures that I made for on one oi the coldest days foreman Col. J. D. Harris has returned from father was Lieutenant Governor when decided disagreement of opinion with pastime, each of which might as well Hart of this ollice "blowed" his breath no was born, and the then Governor of the electric company. bo taken as the correct one per Bell. and it froze in a solid sheet on which a business trip to Louisville rtl riTVi rn In. Regular service will not bo held at Kentuckv. Lnki 1'. Ulnft-lit ts saiu that tno electric comnanv Yours, , Yale '70. iiu skated home to dinner! had expressly agreed not to erect noles sioned the infant hnv n fVdnnnl in liic the Catholic church to night This is from Col. C. D. Chonault spent several cradle. Once a Colonel in Kentuckv al hi certain piaceson tne walker proper Thk Republicans, especially the Ro ways a Colonel. Cincinnati Enquirer. ly out, mat. wiey secreteiy uiu so nt night, malics in the the Professor of Mnthe Campbellsvillo, Ky. publican newspapers, shouted for joy days in Louisville last week. and that while the question of their uraueu cenooi: Ex-GoP. when a certain big iron and 6teol manu- &Mr. E. V. Elder is nt homo from a Rock. Ark., James thn Eagle, of Little right to erect the poles was not In wan at TntilcvMlln fnr n Ed. Climax: facturing company raised tho wages of New lork trip to buy goods, little while on his way from Cincin volved, the owners denied the com 1110 larm saw once their employes live or ton per com. Mrs. C. D. Chenault and family are s ngiu to aig iioies where H was was incapableproblem I and at dera ot solution, so nati, wueru ins wne has been very ill. puny unnecessary and Now the same company has combined visiiiu irienus in woouioru. both obiectionable to onstrated in all its phases to one of my Bom in Tennessee, Col. Eagle wont to with several others to raise the price of tho owners. Dykes. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dykes Mr. Dudley Berry, of Kansas, when ciasseH. nave been careitilly followmanufactured st"el and iron products ing his mother, at Union City. is visit Arkansasltlillistpra boy. He has been a A largo majority of our citizens be ing the controversy, and can n. (.nlliint onl.lior iiantist o add notl aro the happy parents of a pretty from twenty to thirty per cent higher All those bavin? claims airainat thn ptatt Mibs Kit Chenault entertained tho farmer, a catton planter and for two lieve that the franchise granted to the ing to your position in the matter, unugiucr born on juonuay morning Columbus Perkins, dee'd , will please file same than they were. Who pays for this terms the Chief Executive of his State. company by the city council extended wiiicu is impregnable with the undersigned, properly verified on or M. A. A. N. Club fliarcn ia. evening high priced material? "Why, the poor tho mcontestible right to erect noles WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK. Next week uciure mc raia aay or May, iku, or same will J. ROIlEItT RlGCiS, fx-- l Mr. Mason Brown, of Frankfort, was Ho entered tli Onnfnil lrilfn nrmu no n wherever necessary. Some who thought his employer war, a McFarlano. On February 19, to the oe uurrea. u. u. mil.i,iun, Admr., whotako C. U. "Jfi, ESiTLadies' Fleeced-line- d With tha will annexed, Hose worth 20ets for philanthropist because he raised his tne guest last week ot juiss Helen Ben private and camo out a Colonel. Gov. an opposite view aro disr.osed. for thn who ot uouert aicbannnu, nee imss rach8-l- w s wno was a .Kentucky voraan, Prof. Hicgs was graduated at C. U, Nettie Hume, of Irviue, (and niece of salary a few cents a day. Tho Anieri nett. lOcts; 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c. Bargains having been one of the Oldhams of sake of promoting public improve with Hrst honors of his class. can fanner and laboring man are tho Hon. Grant L. Lilly,) a beautiful girl Dr. Dave Bennett, of Loxineton. was Mnrlicnn pniinft ments, to permit tne company to place f.o TTo this Aveek in table linen, napkins and countervuun ikj - ... imKt easily gulled people in tlio world the guest last week ol JUr. Waller Ben sick . for some . auio, jjiiic i.nn very its poles anywhere in front of their oaoy was born. NASHViijiiE. March 9. time while in Cincinnati, panes. Nieholasvillo Democrat. nett. but is now much improved. Enquirer. property. Ed. Climax: But still another, though a smaller. A girl wearing one glove may have Air. ana jure, j. moiiu waiter re course you are perfectly correct Of C'nsoRissMAX De. Aniioxn during tho turned last week from, a visit in Louis number believe that they have rights about tho problem. Rell has made a two. all right, but she may have a ring Julia A. Crandall's, Ex'r., - Plff . 1 Notice of v in the matter which oven tho city gov- ludicrous error. He has no .Against lust Mission arraigned tlio Republican ville. on ore uanii. sale asDry Goods, Notions and other articles. ReClark Crandal), Etc., - - Dfts. ) in Equity p:u I v in a fearful indictment and what ernment cannot legislate away. These sume that tho perpendicular right toono from Miss Lizettc Dickson spent several By virtue of a Judgment and order of Sale of was most conspicuous was the truth of days last member the name when in doubt. Rev. R. J. Hunter will nreach at Sil parties cite the action of Mr. AVillis Corner of the trapezoid will cut tho figure the Madison Circuit Court, rendered at the week with Miss Van Grcen- CORRESPONDENCE. hi allegations. January term thereof. 1893, In the above style ver Cieek 'Chapel. Sunday. March m. who, as custodian of the government into Any number of Icaf. mc unuersigneu win, on Its oxtravagance, its tariff robbery, at 11 a. ra., rpsi. building, threatened to arrest any man solutions is possible heilco tho nro THOS. MEIQHEN, its pandering to the trusts ami pri vilege- - Mr. Tutt Burnuian, of Frankfort. denco at 7 p. .'and at R. L. Potts' who might puncture the pavement in blein is "indeterminate." m. Friday, March 24th, 1899, SILVER CREEK. spent teunuay with ins mother at Bur grauuers, u violations oi piattoriu front of the postofiico with a view of Praty., (nov23-ly- ) One of thn lariat pledges, its contempt of tho Constitu uamwood. RICHMOND, KY. erecting a pole there. He was acting Be tween the hours of 11 o'clock a. m., and 12 Cor. Main and Cheapside. IIkishekt Gankaway, tiou. its unjust and inmlequaio schemt Mr. r W. Fred .Booker, ol. Louisville." diences in years greeted Mr. Smith purely as an omcer ot u ncie Sam, and premises in iiicnmctna, ' Maurice Burton and wife visited V .. Vanderbilt '03. i i Madison county, Kentucky, proceed to expose Inst Wednpsd.ar nin-li- t n,.,.n. us mien ins uiiniouitiuu was necuod. of tariff tnxutinii. its niliiio nn spent aunuuy wim ins orotner, Mr. a. , t" j o ' immi" dm vy v. t friends nt Lowell last week. to public sale, to the highest bidder, the fol- 81011 of his opening lecturo upon the From this action penees many of them representing not lu. isooKer. it is contended ucscnDea property, vis: A6ide from the above onimons the Miss Jennie Hyatt, of Bcwlnnd, is juvviuglots with good dwellings, etc., thereon in Confession of Faith. He will Ucture whether with good reason wo do not Two Mr. Roy Bnsli. and sister, Miss Julia. again, "foremost mathematician of Kentucky teaching a spring school at this place. Richmond, Ky. 1st. A lot of land on the and he says upon a more inter- - know, that if Uncle Sam cm stop the of Clark, visited friends at Kirksville Big Hill outers . Miss Carrie Meeks is nt home after south side of the Richmond and residence,pike, . cbiiug imriiou, mis evening at 7:yo. company, then any citizen may do like ami euitor oiunanimously declare that .i uiiiMAX is rigtit in . known as the J. B. Crandall last week. and me n Members . rtinnlnrlvJ " " invilul in wise, n he so elects.. At tin events i ino spending n month with her sisters in bounded and described as follows; Beginning m nr ,v ins allegation mat tne nrohlem is "in Ohio. Our good friend, Charles H. Breck. Jr.. attend. un lav uig uiu pixc corner to lot rio, uuint nice point lias been raised, and no ifiat determinate. 3 (shown on plot filed herewith made bv S. public Miss Mnry D. Ballard, of Sta i) orders his Climax to Walla .Walla, Wash Dr. John Rirhnnr. nf H!rminMinn, ter what hastily formed owners opinion If all this does not leave the State tion, epent a portion of lastWhiteswitli Parrish);lotthence with saidplot, thence at to the tike 68,V feet ington. No. 1 on said line of may be, right week -. in this Board of Examiners, Superintendent J. . T el n . . Aiuir has beeu called to the pastorato of the case aro the property angle and with southeast line of lot No. 1191 ; juuBsrB. T ii. ainmi una u. i v. v r abundantly able to press their uaviuson llirowu in. in a Dot of warm MIssBessio llockaday. First Presbyterian church of MaysviJIe, feet; thence at right angle ts,',' feet to the line the Y. At. 1. German at Lex to attended Lexington, - Ky. Jerry Powers and family, of Rich of lot No. 3: thence at right angle 197 feet to succeed the laie Rev. Dr. John S. contention to a finish if necessary and constimmc, men we will iiavo to pro iugton Friday night. anu paint oi ::: Hays. Dr Barbour is a son of the late establish boyond doubt exactly what mote rroi. jseu 10 an Aoinira cv in inoud, spent Saturday and Sunday vuu piae lot described oeginning. filltifttpil nn 223 2d. A us fallows: Mrs. Wm. D. Oldham and son ion. Jamra Rnrhnnr. nnil id n ..parti..,. tho rights ot citizens and corporations class all by himsolf. witn Jonn cowers ana tamiiy. the south side of nig Hill pike lying southeast Dowell, of Lexington, are tho cuests of Centre College, Uut we also asserted that this and Danville, and also of aro in cases ot this kind. Mrs Sam Hatter, who has been quite of and adjoining the former lot and fronting on T XT tho- - Clmax that the Tl ! , a i It is AiiuL-eiunof Osteopathy sent free on application. x. j.; no is nisoancpliew owners stated tocompany will probably other problems cnuallv sillv demon eick the past month, is up and able to said pike 37 feet and running back ain a wesIn terly direction i reel, diverging to width and the The first iiys si Spring Aunt Kitty Phelps has been very 111 of Rev. Dr. L. G. Barbour, of ("Wml strated the Incapacity tau rear oi iect. agree amicauiy ana mat mo poles will liiXainmers to deal withortho Board of attend to her household duties. TERMS. Sale will ba marin nn r.ilU . tjiucinnati. .Mrs. j. r. atone re University in the momentous Ed. and Lawrence Powers, J. D and 12 months equally. The purchnscr will be be erected, in front of the property, 'jut duties with which thny are entrusted ports her improved CnHED with vegetable Mnupin and I. A. Alien have sold rcquirea to give oona, win approved secun Seem somewhat dolajeJ, judging not where the present holes are dug. UavMcariHl Mr. Will Stone, 6l FarnkforL snent the purchase money, in support ot tins diarize, we renro- - about COO barrels of corn to W. S. Hume ror tne payment oreffect of a Inriopmmt. to many thous.wd from the weather, but you will bo a few days Jast week with his grand- Meanwhiletwo largo, new cedar poles duce part of a letter from a prominent have the force and wir. caiieJ hopelesH. In tea & Co. at SI. 75. ing legal interest from the day of sale, with a are lyiug iu me tiieei as a result oi Jays at least convincl thev aro hero if you take iatner. uoi. j. nil Hymptoms rcmov-ral- . educator, not a resident or inhabitant ititarns. saia Tstlinonials and TEH DATS treatment free. a walk through our store. Our Thn RfiV. Milps Rnmirlora Tl n l midnight coup de mam. Master tJuari'o mierson. who was uru rcserreu upon paia. property until all the of this county: DR. H. H. GREEK'S SOUS. Box K. Atlanta. On. jjurcuase uiuucy is Missea Slianm nriU McRoberts. of Danville, and Miss Emma T. This will be your last notice 'lnjr preuarat suns aro now bearing Stanford are the Wests of Mrs. 8. E. SCOTT, M. C. M. C. C. "liie.-ia- ct is, teachers have been struck in tlio eye at school a week ngo rachl5-2Malcolm were married at tho home of theWilroti Sensational Rencounter Between Charles frnH. YImOiow goods arc showing bride, for 189S taxes. All taxes due amusing themselves with the doings with a corn stalk by one of his schol-male- s, Brrfliston and Jack Chinn at Lexington. nil opr ".lie Tstoro. and a choicer, miner un ir rai iiiain bireei. Hebion, Wednesdaj afternoon at 2 is doing no good. His father from real estate will be adfeirer-pYlctt- d Jack Chum, of Harrodsburir. and oi inootate uoaru ot fjxammers for took him to Lexington Monday to con Miss Susan Hume entertained in o'clock, by tho Rev. W. Y. Davis. l6t of merchandise has Bronston, the welUknown llireo years, and I have heard it at the sult a specialist. Dr. Saiindera wns for cornrol .nn Charles J. iiovcr roaHiod the town. A few formally Saturday evening, in honor of vertised and sold on April meetings of tho State Assecintion, iu pteees In the various departments Miss urooke, or Louisville the pastor of the Presbyterian church at lawyer, of Lexington, came near having private of course. Tho prititintr of the Rev. H. 1J. Zernow, of Kirksville, 3rd, County Court day, all tax are mentioned. Mr. James Asbill is here for n short Springfield; and is at present engaged a fatal "encounter at the Phoenix Hotel, questions that Bell speaks of lias noth- - presented little Miss Emma Carlyle due on personalty will be Jextngton, afternoon. visit. He is delighted with Colorado ill nvnncp.IlKtin rnrlr in Mm mntmf.!nn in Chinn was Wednesday to ins 10 uu wi'u uiu relevancy 01 tne with a now testament Sunday evening in Lexington attend the questions, for FURHTFURE. of Kentucky He is father of Hon. J. levied on at any time, and all where he has speut three years. Bell defends the substance tor reciting tno biiortcr uateclilsm por Democratic committee meeting, and of this question, and the incompetent fectly. She belongs to the Sunday Mr. N. V. "White, of White & Gib JX. aaunders, of Stanford, C. U. 83. poll tax not paid at once will As .idministrntor of II. B. Corneli-soBronston was in the hotel office talking A homelike coziness follows the use deceased, I will on to a party of politicians, when Chinn ap- - primer nas noining 10 oo with that School here, conducted by Miss Merritt of properly chosen furniture. Your son, is InNew York purchasing a choice be garnisheed wherever it proucucu . nun anu as&eu it lie was And 1 nave heard them "guyed ' about Jones. taste will find a wide range ill our line oi spring goous watch their ad will be possible to do so. You the Giammarand PhvsiolocrvouestionR McGinn, of Chicatro. niu Mr. Birch ... armed. new spnug siock. .. . I! .1 elected me to collect your tax. Bronston replied that ie was not. aiso. xney seem to nave 'bit off more uiu ijuebi. ui ins .sibions, Airs, Jolin Pates and Mrs. G. E. Lilly, several 22, son of Richard Whitlock, of Fay- - Chinn then told him he had better arm than they can chaw.' " CARPETS. and that am sure to do. Master Commissioner's Sale PU daya euu, nieu in uiis city on Friday, and himself within ten minutes. He called The arithmetic problems to which I County Court, entered at its March term, 1899, Respt., Bronston a thief, and cursed Exquisitely soft and rich in color, Messrs. Thos Black and Montcomerp was uuneu in rayette. the underslimed. State Bank .t Trust Coninanv. About (he hour of 10 o'clock, a m., him. Bronston cursed Chinn In return. took exception are as follows: of Richmond, Kentucky, will as assignee of H. H. COLYER. Many patterns novor shown before, Jackson, of this .county, left Monday HATtVRY Mrs.- TJnn uouglit zib barrels of sugar for Edna Tillet, Etc, - - Plilfs.) Notice of John Powers, sell publicly upon the premises mch8-4- v i premise", .i and at prices that will mnke them t nne, wregon, to miiKe meir luture Tllllrfinnv isRf nnnr T.arhoT orwl U1,U and called him a bluffer. lor it Sheriff. on tlioon JJifr Hillone milo from sale in juaaison couniy, uy., on Againac rna 1.x Lieut. Gov. M. C. Alford grabbed S14o3.7o andsoldit at $302 a barrel; what Elizabeth Turner, - - Deft.) Sale f (U3 wa..va. pike, offer for early movers. Only the most home. In Equity buried on Saturday in the Perkins iironston, and it publicly, tho followitij: described prup-ertUoebol and am A bring a barrel." skilled and experienced labor em Br virtue of a Jndcment and order of Rain nf Mrs. Emraett Dickson.. of Paris, who hnrvinfr frrrtiitifl larm. had two of Its four sides the Madison Ono Pat Lanphear trrab'bed Chinn, and they frame residence tha ployed; all work guaranteed. parallel arid two not parallel, distance janua: term Circuit Court, rendered atstyle lias ueen cue guesi oi Mrs. ix. xi. lilan- thcrof, 1899, In the above with about four (1) acres land. Th took the men in opposite directions. toti lor several days, returned home ten days ago of ncute pneumonia, at his botween parallel sides, 75 rods: length cause , the undersigned will, on id in oxcellont repair, contnirs house Bronston went to n pawnshop, got a Monday. Bides, 80 rods and 110 of seven rooms, nil necessary w klJlQ large pistol, ana returned with it m his Friday, March 24th, 1899, unaf rods, respectively; find area in acres." Miss Elizabeth Barrett and Miss city, was a native of NicholasHVUi good orchard and Tho county, nana. v as ho was entering the hotel an All those havine we pronounced tlie Hrst problem Between tho hours of 1 o'clock n. m.. and a Beginning at 10 o'clock a. ru., to the highest josepn ueatnman, claims mralnitt thn Att.nln nf laud is highly improved cistern. four Craig, who have been with Mrs. Cur- - mm luaveo n wne anu inreg children. officer .placed him under arrest, and Also aec a., win please nle same id best bidder followine nronertv. rii.; ran binith, lelt lor Winchester on Haqax After a long and si uy anu tne seeonu inuetermi nato.' o ciocic p. iu.. ai ine i;ourt nouse aocr, in A certain tract the land properly verified at once to acres, unimproved land on south sido of violent took him before a Magistrate. Bronston a "catch question." and entirely iuap Richmond, Madison county, Kentucky, prolocated on the waters lhursday il.U M1L.L.1UN, Admr., illllpss tlm illfnnk of pike. At the same time and plnce pleaded his case and was released. He of Silver Creek, and on tho Silver Creek and nIXI. to expose to public sale, mch8-4With the will annexed. proprito as a question to students of ceed the following described to the highest McnelansTurnpike, containing 433 acres, more bidder, t will soil 1 rockawav, 1 biiR-gMr. and Mrs. Joseph Jonlin left on Mrs. J. Saut Hagan died on Saturday returned to the hotel, nnd stood for half property, viz: horse, A tract of land, with the appurtenances or less. arithmetic. Friday for their future home at Omaha. last, ino miie creaturo has suifcred an hour at tho counter. 1 set of harnpss, 1 milch row, 1 piano, Said farm Is One of the most desirably located , on the waters of Talcs Creek, In Madithereon Hundreds of new, novel designs In closing wo assure Trot. Boil of our son county, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: farms In Madison count r. belnirona Tiirnnlira , followed by the best wislua of untold- nranv far nwlis and a lot of plows, &c. Tturiol nn , In the meantime. Mr. Goebel nnd n- every color combination. If you Neb friends. v.. esteem TERMS All sums under $10 cash Warden Eph. Lilian! took Col. Chinn personal entere'd- -am perfect good feeling. On the south by the lands of Wm. Burgis, on and 1; miles from Silver Creek Station on the Saturday. haven't freshened up," take the many But wo this controversy with the east by the lands of J. w. Stafford, on the i.sfl.a.&,ii nas a gooa dwelling house and in hand; over that amount i cash, i in to his room, where ho was afterward Miss Fattie Stevenson, the fashion. KdHIVENEn T"lnri.n by matter up now; come and see the on the all necessary the belief, that the administration of the north ay Other lands of defendant, and to con repair. The land is fertile andthereon In imivl productive, and six months aud balance in twelve weu able dressmaker, has taken rooms on fnnt flnitMitpr if Mr nml !rc TTarlm l arrested by Sheriff! Bos north ona peace duties connected supposed new lino. ts well watered, and in moat excellent condi with the Board' of tain four Mates creec, andless. a& (4) acres, more or Smith-Ballar- d warrant- - Ho was taken before a Magismonths with interest at C per cent. street with Mr. and Mrs Education of Kentuoky was not such TRM8 Sale wilt be made on a credit of tion. Possession given immediately. liailard Million. died at the . home of Stant Thorpe on trate, nnd gave bond in tho sum of as we had a right to expect,nnd tho re six montns. Tne nurcnaaer will b rMnlrwd tn At the same time and place the following per. " . . mi- v...t. i r. oona, f ci. -- it Tir.,i,ii. tua pay. soaal property will also be sold: A lot ot farm. iiurui sireet oaiuruny ana was buried 55,000. lias, I think. kith oi mowim approve", security, rorthe force lnif Implements, tools and machinery; three sult ot tins controversy. ... purcnase money, to nave Bosworth went bacfe fo raeui hotel J. B. CORNELISQN, a well' remembered visitor to several on .Sunday. Tho sympathy of many with hini and wanted him theenter a f.n supporieu , my contention. mam mniA n ana enect OI a replevin bond, bearing legal la area mmes: one iuny to yuarung norse mine; seven head of horses; commencements of C. U., is the gneet feb22-5icrcsi irom ine aav ox aaie. with a iin r itespectruilv, Administrator. servea upon saia property until all the pur 15 cows; heifers and calves: two vearlinrlmlla: ents in this hour of their sorrow. of Miss Fiorrie F. Bright. C.E. Woods. chate money Is railu. three yearling steers; seven hogs; and a lot of ROWI.AKII. Mr. PIlJUJ. Tfr.vlon.l l.r.c .Miss Mnry Little was meoeied home Awarded a. is SCOTT, M. C. M. C. C. curn in tne crio. Latest arrivals aro decidedly at mchl3-2TiOKMS The personal property will bo sold $100 netvanh $100. tractive, new weaves, new ideas in on Friday from Washlneton.SBaltimore tho sympathy of many warm .friends in Highest Honors World's Fair, upon a credit of sixty days for all sums of and New York, whore she spent two his bereavement, duo to the death of $15.90 aud over, the purchaser will be required h ptttorns; goods in Silks, Tile readers of this naner will be to1 give his only sister, Miss Lena Rowland, of security, bearing months very delightfully. Madras and Muslins.' andWhlikex Trtlts juLcrari. note with approvednu sums lest man pleased to learn that there is at least M.a ox sale, Aium 13111 3 cured at 1inm with. Mrs. Mary W. Williamson loaves tc. Charlestown. Mo., on Mnmli n iu. to be paid for In cash. out pain Book ot par ono dreaded disease that science has LAND The land will be sold unon a rrrdlt day for New York to take a fine posi miLnr1 venn n ljnrrhfor if Hia Ia lieulAN arnt been able to cure in all itn statres nnd who was a cousin c v rff twelve inn ft M wnnt i mra? oi six anaOf sale, montns to bear interest from . We have recently engaged an tion in the book department of John Thos. Rowland,ana Jack freeman, of tb)3 dar As executor of Lee Jako White, I win and thft that is Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Cure is luessrs.-.iJunicc. 101 Korth Tryor St. qnlred to give it. of Wanninakers great store bond with approved security for will offer for sale, on the premises, tho only positive cure now known to this city, and Mr. H. V. Rowland of IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, thn purchase money, with t. lien retained, to expert tl caper and offer Mr. Duncan Goodloe. of Danville, re uanvnie. near Foxtown, at 2:0Q p. in., on the medical fraternity. Catnrrh 7,mn. u,i o uib torce ana enect oi a judgment. turned homo last Friday, having spent a constitutional disease, requires a con, and you can also say extreme Ifieiint Mr-. - ti.,.;.i . aoiiu. , 1CUi .......... his services at reasonable ten days with his nephew, Mr. Parker ii . v. stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh alidllt ilTk vnnrn Hip1 vpcinr.lfi, i.,rn;i,. mi rogory, wno is ill oi lever. Curo is taken internally, acting direct CouRty Court entered at Its March term, ISO), ly comfortable, whea you are at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. prices. , J till! Btate Bank & Trust ConuiaBr ly ilpon tho blood and mucous surfaces R. Leo Davis, of Richmond, was in , asigee on ii. J.J. Powers will at the same lime and place of driving in .one of our easy town last week attending the Commis willjo. -xiogg-- ...... ...ionn street. Jiunal of the system, theieby destroying the tnlrn tlinrc at M tllnrcltMn. n...nM . -w ..... tho foreeoinir sale sell Dubliclr to tka hkhwt Two lots immediately in Foxlown, ...i.. will sioner's Couit as a witness in tho case row. whither the corpse h.ij be ehipfoundation of the disease, and and best bidder the following real estate of and handsome Buggies and containing about 2 acres, one farm of of the U. S. against R. D. Lakes. Liv- nrt nn f ho mnrninrr train TlaAior.,1.J. Powers. acres laad the patient streuKth bv btilldlnc ud the Xighty-tbre- a of located os the PhaBtons. Our stock of fine 144 0 seres, lying a few hundred ingston Colonel. constitution nnd assisting nature indo- was some time ago engaged in the liv1b Hialtsamailv. v. 'fttrs of Silver Creek yards south ot Toxtown on the d ngitsworK. I'lie proprietors havn ro Brahma adjoiBUig the foregoing land. Said K&efety-tfcr- carriages is n .. Miu Vlrm'nla fl, n a ..1 1 ery business here. He leaves a wife, unsurpassed for and Lexington turnpike. Tho ockerela that acres of land la well much faith in its curative powers, that I bouzht Eggs at tl fora fertile, town, is the truest of relatives liera ..... three dautrliforR find rtnrt enn urtin lin.i a lew weeks fM the pa tha ami om of the beet pieces of improved,Madieoa land will Jand in beauty, style, durability and in twelve bo sold ono half cneh, balance they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for tool: first prize at New iT Mrs. R. E. Li. Biggerstaff, of Rich- the sympathy of the community in months, bearing; 0 por cent, PoaHrr Shows last ta turn! onDuckLouisville county, Ky; of sale are the Mine as required in general any case that It fails to curo. Send for Thorouchbred Mam: Xa tnns mond, la at tho bedside of her tlielr bereavement. Kggs at th 'a sale ot tho tyrosftrtv at Jnlin VV.w.ro u. tWWB superiority, and we interest, with negotiable notes. All MOST PERFECT MADE. list of Testimonials. father. Hon. Ackm "Roum. V. Rtor. H for 10. Drfcke weiofeft. Hlba, ablw MAIN AND BROADWAY, purchasers should .come st forth. Address, IV J. Cheney & Co.. To OtHttra ilMt l order as ruifNat. dacka Ubk Sentinel Ieocrat. are selling- - them at prices tS& intended qbmply M'ith the above terms. to :rHd Tle retiirsed A pure Grape Cream Ky. MksesLouiee ud Marie PvrUb. rJ &Hm Bth county oaly iarykeisg for wm AnwwHMa, Alumof Tartar Ponder. m ledo, Ohio.DrtiKjjwt, 75 cents. Lexington, cr any othoraduifaant indictHWavts, Harry S. will surprise you, quality coo Kold by ' . tkk sitr, mmMti hfMm fiMWar, o 40 YEARS THE STAN0AKU COLE, IJLMtjfrm ol iok Vmwm imi J. j. Poww. HU' family Pill w th best, lm The Richmond Climax. Climax Printing governmental necessities, but 'private jobs and political debts to corporations' anu maividuais are passed in roview y Air. ue. Armonu and branded witn scathing and denunciatory criticism. )lo points out how the party of McKmley and Ilanna, since Its accession to power, has studiously avoided every species of taxation that would touch the pockets of wealth, because it owes its success to this class, and has imposed the burden of sustaining the expense of government upon the small property owners, the people of moderate means and tho wage earners, who are the least auio to pay taxes. The incomes of the rich have been allowed to pay nothing to government tor tno protection tiiey leceive, wniie tribute n as been levied upon tne lood raiment and shelter of the poor. The Republican policy is to rob those who have little to help those who have much; to empty the treasury; to pile up the unequal ' burden of taxation; to debauch the instrumentalities of free government; to fill the offices with the tools of organized greed and to supplant a government by manhood with a gov ernment uy money. There will bo no cessation of political onganuage, oi omciai auuse oi power and corruption, rife suico Hannaism and Algorism got into the saddle, until they and their contingent of slush- funuers and horde of camp followers are repudiated at tho polls by the American people, - "Evil Dispositions LOCAL. Are Early Shown." 1 Are you married? I 7f Hosier, of DON'T FORGET I too-mentio4, ol fr Utt V g, Soo&s week a. 7W e priv-ijedg- 0WEN wTHM McKEE e t h sift gge. PERSONAL,. n CASH, D, B. Shackelford & Co. v. BIRTHS. ITotice to Creditor) Advance Advertisemen l RELJCHOUS. The Maine Commission Co. rlght-triangle- a. Manager, CiFiBrower&Co .... ft. Ml0iil!Qite 1 . E. High Street, Lexington, Ky. a B"Journal MARRIED. TAXES. DROPSY ca-e- Public pole Public Sale Saturday, March 25, Rii-li-mo- I T.' n, DEATHS . I d y"A V n y: I -- non-parall- el Hiid.;j;r.l2,'9! Uotice to Creditors w two-stor- y . Paper, as n..-w. fans. t . w JER; Af PUBLIC SALE! -- ) lasinn r. -- i CREAM SlfOM&Co 'I Kich-mon- F ee pre-pwf- tjl mttijufcttwsrci, sidsred. John Donelsok. j. awTq-s- a KXaC'JTOH. 3 ST A PEW DATS -- LONGER of- - 1 1891 The Busy Bee Cash Store Sends Greetings to And our GREAT SWEEP OUT SALE will be crowded out by our immense stock Our CUT PRICE SALE has been a grand success. The public has been treated to a feast of bargains. Our only aim was to clean out our stock of Winter Goods, and make read- - for our immense Spring Line. We have a variety of bargains still left which are being taken very fast. If you havn't taken advantage of this sale you want to do so at once as the invitation is - extended to all. Remember this CUT PRICE SALE includes everything in the way of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Underwear and Neckwear. Do not fail to call and see the great cut in prices we are making on Hats. Yours for good goods at low prices. IN. SPRING GOODS WHICH WILL SOON BE St their many Friends and Patrons, wishing them "a happy and prosperous Hew Year for 1899. p- - 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 UNDERBUY, UNDERSELL, -- (SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE & RICE.) CASH ! TBI i - : r , prirs for Syracuse plows. - Irvine Azbill sold $200 worth, of mlar to New York parties. Thoroughbred eegs for sale by Harry s. Morgan, Whites Station. See nd. P. Ware, of Clark county, and Miss Pattie Wilson,. of Red House, were granted marriage license yesterday. WEDNESDAY. MCH. The Watters Party, popular artists at Hotel Glyndon, arc displaying: new Dr. llobson. Dentist. pictures in the show windows at Mrs. Willlarasou'a cottage is for arcade. rent. Come and see what we aro offering The beet smoker, the Proctor Knott youin a new spring suit. Every one a ciar. beauty and of splendid value at a very Douglas & Simmons keep all re- low price. Covington & Mitchell. Mol-erley- The Richmond Climax. r 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. Depot. Terms. Strictly Cash. NEFF & BULLION. rm nail r-- mra Look out for our announcements in the local papers and circulars. They will always contain something to interest you, and our "LOW CASH PRICES" will save you money. Our first oirerings for the New Year will be nice Bleached Cotton, no dressing. 4c yard; Hopo IJlcached Cotton, Londsdale finish, 5c yard; Green Ticket Londsdale Bleached Cotton, Gc yard; fruit of tho loom Bleached Cotton, Gc yard; Mnsonvillo Bleached Cotton, Gcyard; best 10-- 4 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting, 15c yard; good 10-- 4 Unbleached Sheeting, 12c yard; good yard-wid- e Brown Cotton, 3Jc yard; nice Sea Island yard-wid- e Brown Cotton, 4c yard ; AAA Trion Mills Brown Cotton, 4Jc yard. yard-wide - THE EAELY EIED GETS THE PICK OP Customers aro not limited as to tho quantity of their purchase. "We have our ware rooms full of nil kinds of domestic goods and as long as these special pri ces are named on them customers can buy what they want. "We will offer good calicoes at 3Jc; Ameiican indigo blue calico, 4c; new red calicoes, best brands, 4c; American shirtings, new styles, 3Jc; Simpson's black and mourning prints, 4c. 's THE DAY! We are Showing 6 Some Beautiful Percalles tertain you at 5 Cents. en- in LOST! heavy plain gold ring. Return to this oflico and get liberal reward. A Wasted Situation, IJy an old gardner and milker. Small wages to right man. Address care A. D. I vgSSvgg.'S J. W. Ballard Will be a Candidate. Wo have just placed on sale tho largest line of Ilamburgs, Laces, and Embroidery, ever shown in tho Friday's Danville Advocate- contained a column obituary of a dog Miner, at tins otnee. named Drake. George Young's burned residence at Kingston will be rebuilt at once bV A. M. enable. Piioto Buttons, the raging fad, 2oc rr:ifr50c, at the new gallery, over fel22-5- t Moliorley's store. The lumber mills at Valley View have resumed operations, after the suspension from tho high tide. -- Mr. and Mrs Malt Hackur,of Irvine, formerly of this city, are the happy parents of a boy born March 7. -- New Spring Suits NOW ON SALE, Men's Youth's and Children COME AND SEE THEM, THEY WILL PLEASE YOU, lnario-t- t w0 aro authorized to announce that Suits for overy day tho suit that at hc proper time Mr. John W. Bnl- n. mnll vdm In lin mmfnrln i n in r 1. OI tn lilies Station. Will DO a CHU- be busv in made of fiue tweed home- - Mi 'afo for sheriff, subject to tho action .nnn. Spi nr wnraioii ....,1 nH.or of the Democratic nartv. Mr. Ballard choice clothes at ten and twelve dollars, is in every respect worthy of tho honor. His business capacity and success in Covington & Mitchell. life, his integrity and high standing Good Sale cl Tobacco. make him a most eligible candidate for Mr. Thomas Prather representing tho public favor. Picket Warehouse. Louisville sold the Frozen ,to Death. crop of Mr. Chas Nichols, of Fayette, at The man found frozen to death last a avorage $S.75, Tuesday, near Million, and whose uauie For Reat, was not obtainable in time to add to 125 acres of exlra.good grass land, locat our notice last week, proved to he Nathan The Anna Kean farm of "60 acres, ed about one mile east of Richmond, on Hiram Kelly, 19 road. Well watered and Kelley. At inquest held before Squire near Concord jchool house, was sold to four-mil- o fenced. Joe Ciiekaui.t. Young it developed that the unfortuW. W. Pigg, at $7.15 per acre. marl5-3- t Richmond, Ivy. nate was too drunk on court day booze Liirht Brahma oges 15 for 1. Mam to tight off the fatal sleep that follows Surplus Slock. moth Pekin duck fugs, 10 for SI. Har bitter cold, and death laid him in a Morgan, White Station. See ad ry S. ipple trees at your own price, re- shroud of spotless snow with none to our .nurseries, lor me next -i- wsmis .iHsirint? to rent the nrettv cciveu at succor or to save. , days. an1 l,,or tck t reduced Mary Williamson should cottage of Mrs. v- Falling Brick Cause a Big Noise. Adams & Son, call on Hon. Grant K. Lilly for terms. rates marb-- it waco, ivy. The brick coping on the front of the Re sure and get your picture taken Tom Smith building on Main street, oc At The Proper Time. at the now photograph gallery over cupied by McClintock's harness shop, Mr John S. Long, a well known and fell with a tremendous crash Mobcrley's furniture store. Pholes 0 for last Thursfeb22-.rhighly respectable farmer of the Kirks- day morning. The ton of 25 cents. brick and villo neighborhood, requests us to state mortar fell to tiie sidewalk along which Herndon Dudley has been held -- proper time he will an- nn linil Irt tllo i.M.nri .inrv inr that at the .several persons lia'd just passed, and sse6Sor; subJect to the H thenvwere two narrow escapes, bat no shooting at Wright Hamilton on Fri- - "ouncfe "'v-- " ininriPQ 'Pho fruero nnnonfl Hln trnnhlft. "uu " iiijr. day last. near it is thought. There i3 n Highwater. Mr. J. E. Wilburn, a master potter We hear thatrthe water at Clay's by which looks threattning now and of Zanesvillo, Ohio, is superintendent this is printed as a kindly if gratuitous of the D. Zittle & Co. pottery factory Ferry is up over the piko and in Mr. A. Gum's store. Thero must be a rise of admonition to tho owners to have it of Waco. over 50 feet from low water. Reports speedily examined. Ed. liovunan will move to Madi from Iteattyvillo state that much of that A Lawful Sabbath. 6on county with Ids lamily where ho town is under water Lexington.Ga- The Reporter has always contended has rented for this year. Nicholasville zettc. that most of the saloon men preferred Democrat. to close their places on Sunday, and Kirksville Candy Pull. The Watters Party, popular artists We aro reauested bv Miss Simmons hvould do 80 Hairedf that every place .1 at Hotd Glyndon, are displaying new It .1 tn Rtatfi that the Ladies Aid Society, of m lon n woula closo- - eiinuay me cios- pictures in the show windows at Mob- mg ordinance was ooserveu again, aim iih1Ir Kirksville. will civo a caodv el ley's arcade. iags n. i,in, of ATro Toinnc Ki.onror we heard of no sa'oon-kcepe-on tho town. The owe it to Dr. Ilenson's lecture was about the hiVid.iv ni"ht. March 27th. from C until uost claES of 1. t feature of the Winter Lecture 10 o'clock. Proceeds for charitible tl'omsclves and to the community to assist m the absolute observance of the t otn se. although tho "Impersonation purposes. law. If there arc infractions, business w ah truly lino. "Wanted. sense demands that thev call the atten Mothers, comi' and see tho beautiful A hustler to sell an article offering tion of the police to it. Keep the law hue of vest suits lor tlio little men, good profit. A specialty for which and see that others keep it. years old. Coving' thero is a 6teadv and increasing de .'s lliivo to t l'rcaniiors, women and editors are to-- i & Miiclioil. mand. No samples required. Good not tho only people interested in hav- "Sawuy" Rums and "Hutch" Dnn- - situation for right party. Only those jug a moral and community Paris Reporter. can arc now fighting tho Filippiuos, meaning business need apply. Ad- their roglment, tho 22 U. S., having dress Manufacturer, Cleveland, Ohio. Alleged Wile Poisoning febl5-G- t lauded at Manilla. Red Lick, bevond Kinsrston. is in the uut on can. throes of excitement over a case of al Commissioner Scott sold the Lester Bur- K Wilson, charged with the mur- - loged wife poisoning. The victim, E. Planing Mill at Berea to Joshuadctte for S1.4V). He will improve and ler of Miss Cloyd, of Loudon, was Mrs. James Hurley, died lafct week allowed S3 500 bail by Judge Sautley at after a short illness, and her rather operate the plant. on the ground "that'the crimi- - hurried burial aroused the suspicion of 'Shortcniucbrcad" Henry Black. Stauford Mtnilliur olinnv lltiofl nal operation was committed to save her friends, who preferred charges ctA mAi cli.tt nt ,ho putation of the girl Hurnof Ham last Thnrs lay and was put tho malice aforethought and not villi against tho husband, Dr. James before constituting ley, who was arrested and tried in hoc headforemost. murder in the first degree." 'Squire Sandlin. The dead woman's Don't go and pay a hili price for a nvlniinr'l mriKfl wno w.. ......... mill tlin ctnintipl 1 Cnnc Will Nnl ha Ptinn JB suit that wa will cut, make and trim in '" sent to Louisville for examination to the best way for only twenty dollars. Jim Smith says that eggs will not be poison .if such was the cause of cneap so long as tno roaus are so rough j,er death. Covington & Mitchell. . . a man or woman cannot unng a Dr ihirleycame from Clay county Mr. J. W. Smith has received from mat uisKctoiiuem 10 town wnuoui oreaK- dead-gam- e War-hormnm intnrwna Smiivip.! a Mississippi friend a two lions, valued at ing three out of five. lie and Bud by the jiadisorv Circuit .Court for prac rooster and onearer navo nail a dozen poultry yaros t,.a medicine without license. $25. Their eggs sell at J5 per dozen, on his Stony Run farm and last year Superb Portraits Prepared Hero, Montgomery Jackson and Thomas raised five hundred chickens. H. Black, of Speedwell, . have gone to I wish to say to the citizens "of Rich The Third Kentucky Mustered Out, Oregon to locate. Plenty of room out mond mat wo nave a reputation 111 West without "expanding" in the Tho Third Kentucky Regiment will Central Kentucky that no other artist bo mustered out at Savannah, Ga.,onor Ins for making free hand Crayons nud orient. about tho first of April. They will bo portraifs, We have already The best merchant tailored twenty allowed milage home and 0110 day extra fln Tstel (lone BUfflcj0t WOrk hero to convince dollar suit on oaith cut by Mitchell, payforevory 20 miles, in the Third .,. most .Veriticd that thero is 1.0 trimmed right, made right. Come to us are a uun.uer 01 men Known KcmacKv c,Ai!i work ,,ono anvwi.cr0. Now, we srivc vou the best Covincton & here, among them being 2d Lt.E. Travis our WOrk is done right here in your Mitchell. own-tow- n uuu,uivu.u.,Uiu,ftiU,iv. in our Studio at tho Hotel Thore is an epidomic of bheep-Glyndon. wS do your work under Talmane Rcsiqns. killitig dogs in tho Union .neighbor Rot. T. DoWitt Talmao has resinned yur oyia supervision and if not satis. hood, and shotguns are in demand as ..neinrntn nf l.is Mmmii in w.iE,in. factory when completed it don't cost a protection from the dreaded flock 0,1 11 " ton. and will devote his time to literary J'ou n CL'nl- " destroyers. 'iu navo to can eariy as wo work and tho lecture field. This calls wont Sallio Broaddur, 13-- y e a o 1 d to minli the fact that to tho tiino of the wil1 ,,ot ,arfy a(,or our rU!i1' of work is r of Jolm Rroaddus. colored. i,riof illnoKi. nrfnr fn his ilwiilil Mr. Si. over tliat wo now navo on nanus. Respectifully, was burned to death Sunday morning jasT. Green, aged 81, read Talmage's J. H. Watters. by her clothes catching fire from the Uermons with the same regularity that .New faces can be seen at Mobeiley's I cooking stove. he attended his churcTi, tho Oiiristian, of which there was no more devoted show windows at all times. Mr. T. B. Taylor, of. Waco, under member. Assignment of L. P Todd. went a successful operation for "appen-- 1 On Friday Mr. Ijwis P. Todd, the A Popular Appointment. dieitisat Louisville on Monday, lie dry goods merchant, assigned to friend, Mr. was accompanied by bis Mr. Dan H. Breck has been appointed Agent of the Massachusetts lcr Greonleaf, of tho Richmond Nation- Chas. M. Euibry. Mutual Lifo Insurance Company, with aiuanic families anu assets unKnown. A telephone has been placed in the control of Madison, Lincoln, Jessamttio, creuiior, tue nmoen t;ry "Western Union Telegraph Offica at the o Cincinnati, theatened to. EsUll, Garrard and Clark countiei. Goods c Ulyndoit. If you aro incapacitated is known to everybody in the county "ug suit, whereupon Mr. Todd der just telaboy to telephone to telegraph Ho has sr. many friends that his work termlned to take the step above ipdl- and office and teleoperator to tele-otm creu.wiB aime. for this excelleut company ought to Le caieu w pro.eci uu s. Mr. G. Wy. Rcicheuberg, the ine eiock is now using mvoiceu ana For the very hondsoraest meinor- will be shortly soldnt auction. andum-calendain morocco aud cold, popular State agent;,: s hero and is Tho assfgnment.Jias caused many ex Life Assurance Society meeting with succesirln his work, the Equitable pressions of sympathy for Mr. Todd, of the U. S. has our thanks. Muncey rfNew patcs on For8qn postage. who is conceded to be one of the most & Grigsby aro agents here for this raatmaster will8 hauUs ustliefol. straightforward, industrious and deserv " 1 lowing to be published for the beneht ing merchant in our city. In tho an- i lion. N.D. Miles lias sold fifty acres of tho public the following postage ratea guage of Mr. II. 13. Dillingham, who heamed with deep regret-othe assign of his Hunter's ferry tract of land on for foreign countries: tho Madison side containing the store I " rostage rate for lettcrs for foreign rnent, "1 have known Louis Todd for bouse, to Mr. Cassady, who will, it Is countries Is five cenU for each half years and lie is ju honorable and eaid. erect ware house and other con- - ounce or fraction of lialf ouce,ndiwortljy. gentleman." "His wifa was dtfiifrBierly Miss Myrt ice" French, the' veniences for tho benefit of the farmers that if postago upon letters i and traders and make it a shipping paid is full at that rate, doMWajkttliUaudsornq (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freaeh. Mr. Todd's futuro plane point when Blpck water reaches tho for - deficiency must be paid by til; ry. Kicbotaville Democrat mm, or ths Iwttors axe mi stfT.ot kiutws ycar-old-son)t m city. This line contains all the new things in Nansook Kmbroideries, Jaconet Embroideries, Swiss Embroideries, match sets of all kinds, hand and machine made Laces of all kinds. Our buyers have made a specialty of this line and nothing has been left undone to make this department one of the most important factors in our immense business. We wish to call your attention to tho fact that all prices named on Bleached Cottons and all domestic are subject to change without notice, so take advantage of this opportunity. Buy your spring cottons while you can get extremely low prices on them. We are Bhowing some special good things in Tablo Linens and quoting special prices on them for a short timo. If interested ask to see this line when you como in. Ladies, Our line of Embroideries will certainly for an hour or two, Call and see them. Onr great line of Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums, Oilcloths, Bugs, Lace Curtrins and Oil Shades was never more complete. We have no carried over goods in these lines. They are all fresh and new, now styles, new patterns, new prices. We are naminc prices on these lines that is a death blow to all competition. Call and inspect this line "before you purchase Wo have just received a new lot of American Lady and Featherbone Corsets. These are the most comfortable fitting corsets shown to the trade. Try one. "We have Eome special good things in Ladies Jackets and Capes left that we are closing out at justone half PRICES ARE RIGHT. NONE BETTER. INOINE .0 1 tho originarprice. If interested call and seo them. CHEAPER.- P- We w Agents lor the iopsy" Brand ot Hosiery. Ask to see them when you come in, wiloih Mitchell 1 All winter goods have felt the keen edge of our cold steel and prices have been made on winter Boots and Shoes, winter Overcoats and Clothing, Blankets and Comforts, Flannels, etc., that is bound to move the entire lot. Get our prices on all lines of winter goods before purchasing. We Im Just Unloaded .?T"4 COMPANY. i 2 fr 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 3rou want. We will show during the j'ear Give us a call. Satisfy 1899 a stock not surpassed nor equaled in any of the larger cities. yourselves before going elsewhere. And again wishing you a prosperous New Year and thanking you for past patronage, we are very respectfully, fire-wa- ll -- W. D. OLDHAM - RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN I 1 rs fudge Scott Declares Local Oolion lavalid. Law ei-li- - se ,..,.. J" r-- dau-'iite- Cash-Distri- ct iar1 c. first-clas- r, 1 mfmtdi Thero is ro lack of con fid once in tho by the timely umj of Dr. Bell's Black Diamond among those who When a cold creeps upon know what & Thomas. they are talking about. you, or a cough racks your lunus, no Amber is cure for sore throats and remedy is so prompt or effectual. Why is it that one man is old and glandular swellings. and The last snowfall at Terre Hanto was decrepidat at 15. and another hale care hearty bl) l it depends on tho in 11 inches in depth. The result of an he takes of himself. Often a man's food ot drink are promptly rectified, To insure a happy new year, keep without pain or discomfort, by taking a the hvor clear and the body visorous rbody gets out of repair tho trouble grows until it lays him out in lied. few doses of Herbine. Price 50 cents. by using De Witt's Little Early Itifcrs henevor a man feels that ho is not as Sold by Perry & Thomas. marl-Ii- n poti-tlotho famous little pills for constipation well as he ought to be, when he is list- lehs. without cneriry and without vi Discontent is tho want of self reliance: and liver troubles. Douglas ct ells. tality, whenever ho finds ho is losing it is infirmity of will. A license to retail intoxicants at Cen- - weight and thnt his ordinary work on Hoarseness Leads tervillo has been denied. gives him undue fatigue, he needs Dr. riereo s dokieu Medical Discovery. to serious irritation of tho throat, and and Kczcmo. Tetter, If keeps on working with his liver in may end in a racking, rasping cough. will quickly Tho Intense itching and smarting inci active and his blood impure he keeps Dr. Bell's instantly allayed his nerves and his bodv under a con dent to theso - clear the throat and leave tho voice by applying diseases is This decision renders invalid local oi- clear and smooth. It is an infallible Chamberlain's Eye and stant nervous strain. He will not ho One-Four- th tion law ill all precincts in the county, rrnedy for coughs and colds and all dis Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;ases heartv when he is old. The "Golden Medical Discovery" as the samo sjnte of facts exists in alt orders of tho throat and lungs. Good havo been permanently cured by it. It called diseases becausecures manv bo- nearly all ill is equally emcient tor itcning piles and It Scott's decision is in druggists'sell it. 25 cents. precincts. Judge a iavonto remeay tor soro nipples; ness springs from the same thing bad accord witli the decision of tho Court of Diamonds produce somnambulism chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites digestion and consequent impure and enronic sore oyes. a5 cts. per dojc. blood. Tho "Discoverj" makes tho Appeals in a similar caso that was ta- and spiritual ecstasy. appetite good, tho dicestion strong, as- countv. you a cough? A dore of Coas ken up f rom-Le- e Have Dr. Cadv's Condition rowdcrs. are Minilatfon easy, and the blood rich and "This decision, which is a just o?e sen's .Honey or lar win relieve it just what a horse needs when in bad pure. according to law, is, nevertheless, a very Price, 25 cents and CO ceuts. Nitu by condition. Tonic, blood purifier and marl-lseyere blow to those persons who voted Perry & Thomas. Next Monday will bo Countv Court vermifuge. They aro not food but to oust whisky tn tnetr respective prea day nt Carlisle and Owincsville. cincts Whisky can now be sold in . Onals aro fatal to love and bring dis medicine and tho best in use to put 25 horso in primo condition. Price any precinct in the .county just as it card to .giver and receiver. lir.st of All sents per package Av uttio was before the act or J8i4. and happy only Youc'an bo cheerful want of cnuformilv to law has rendered topaz is said to bo h preventive To cleansa the system in a gentle and The invalid the wishes and decision of tha Vhenyou. are. weK If you feel "out to lung troubles and imparts strength. trul v beneficial manner, when the it win onice Springtime comes, use tho true and per people- - in every precinct in the county yotlMtp. Price, 50 cents. Sold by Per Snrinir tireness is due to an impover fect remedy. Syrup or I' igs. i:uy tho save one. mnrt-ir- a ry l nomas. ished condition of the blood and is enuiuo Manufactured iv inn Cali Hood's Fig Syrup Co. It Iff a felony to run a crap game in cured bythe blood. Sarsaparilla, which fornia druggists, at 50 only, and for sale One-Fourt- h by all cents per bottleenriches Tennessee. under a new law. Tho onvx is apt to causo terror to the The spring term of tho Bourbon Cir Have You Been Coughing wearer as well as ugly dreams. cuit Court convened nt Paris Monday. month, a year? Dr. a day, a week, a Cure all liver ills, bilious-g The Spring Months These aro dangerous times for tho will cure' that ness, headache, sour atom- - BZjF I I i indigestion, constlpa- - M ach, couch. There can be no doubt of It. health. Croup, colds and throat trou Aro most, likelv to find your blood im 111 tkm. They net etilr. with- manv others equally se bles lead raptdlv to Consumption. A pure and lacking in the red corpusch-cents. It has cured out pain or grips- - Sold by all drngrUts, bottle of One Minute Cough Cure used enablo it Tbe only Mil Co Uko with Uoo4's Earupvllla. vere. Druggists sen it. scents, ixo It nt tho right time will preserve life, which nerves and to carry nourishment euro no pay. other organs. There large amount of money. to the "I hope your hired girl knows her You can't tell about a boy's salary health and atake: children like it. Don fore you feel weak, tired and listless to Pleasant place." "Y es, and runs it." and are troubled with spring humors. by the engagement ring be buys for las & Wells. Belief is given by Hood's Sarsaparilla pain and uneasiness is caused his girl. Much Cat's oye fs a charm agiinst witch' which purines, enriches and vitalizes Unbv niles. Bnarinir neither ago nor sex. Rov. "E F.dwnrd3, pastor of the En- the blood. Tsblcr'fl Buckeyo ,Il! Ointment cures clish Uadtlst church at Minersville, craft. oucts. in the most obstinate Mfc. rrice, suuersng witn rneuuiatisra, A Little Sniffle, Head's Pills euro bilionsncss. Mailed when bottles, tubes 75 cats. Sod by Perry Pa., advised to trr Chamberlain's Pain was for- 25 cents by .C. I. Hood & Co., marl-l& Thomas. cold, or a deep-seate- d Balm. Hosavs: A few applications or a stubborncured for good with Dr. Lowell, Mass. It pugilists should of this linime'ut proved of great ser- eonffheaubo Some of the anis lamous Mr. Joseph Choate, tho new Ambas vice to me. It subdued tho inflamma Bells try a scrap iron tonic will tion aniLinlieved tho nain. Should any romedy, taken in time, ana stop the sador to Great Britain, reached Lonurine tno don March 1st. snlferer profit by giving Pain Balm a prepress of consumption at'sM in (MS fifty. To Care will pteasd me." JL'or eaiq uy color or neaitn to tne paim ciieris trial MAKC1I AND TltK M.ilN. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Perry it& Thomas. Druggists sell it. It marl-lAll drnmiistfl refund money u it iaile Garnets preserve health and joy. cure. Uoc. The genuine hai L. li. Q. on Whenever some people are able to Somi-thii- i llcller Than The MJ Saw. npvO-Oeach tablet. raise the wind they can't resist blowing CkMiberlMH's I'ftBgh Kemeriy. The saying about the lion and jho themselves. Doubt comes in at tho vpindow when This rewedy is intended especially for lamb in March often proves false, but The Clothier, TIk Star, Tfee llaUef, TLe Fxriiskr. C U BAN OI L cures coughs, colds, croup, whooping cqugh there is another and a better olio inquiry is denied at tho dor. Cut?) Burn, Bruises, Khcn and influenza. It 1ms become fatuous which is literally true. When March carts Dyspcp- IMMtAMNUMAN-TEcomes in and finds you taking Hood's matism ami Sorea. Price,. 25 cents. for Its cures ot tlieso disease, over gia Constipation and Indi 1 HlHtV! Sold by Pony & Thomas, uecessors to VT largo part of the civilized world. The Sarsaparilla to purify, enrich and vitaligestion. Kcgulates tho Livery Price, 25 eta. a. White. most nattering testimonials havo been ze1 your blood, you may expect, when of Itsbood it goes out, that it will leave yon frco Sold by Perry & Thomas, uectora t W. "Papa,1 said Benny IJloobumpor, icceived. divine wane. feeling H. "why are days of grace allowed on a works; of the aggravating and perdptent from that tiredpimples and with nona ; of severe cold& tl.at of the boils, and eruptions Coral is a talisman against thu&jler not??'' "To avoid weeks of disgrace," coughs it has cared Thesmall courtesies aweoUsa life; tho The Clark county grand Jury indict' viehled nrotnrrtlv to it sool.liinir which jnanifest themselves iiecaufo of" replied tbe Dloobomper. eu a number oi insurance companies and evils by flood ad twin. greater, enoblQ it. otfecte and of the datt8eroatf;Uftck; of impure blood in the spring. If yott lor conspiringto inise rates. Pwm of Columbus. Ga., sef- - crop it 1im8 cured, often svfr'Ha life hfcvi Hot already begun taking flood's To allaY pains, subtle IriftjinHia- If your child is crots or peevisb itii Th TrnM PuMie SaMHMrilla foe your spring medicine. . Hon. heal foul MKes iitl Hkers, the feteal'mray for thirty years, and th&t of Ue chiil. The exte)r no doubt troubled wiih worms. Wkite-'-s y Wo as- -. it we dvfee voa to hM Piles by using De Witt's foir wbeopimi eonirh hmn nliwu Cream Vermifuge will remove- - tha findj'igestoe Dyspegat Ui..T sAtUte just the moat satisfactory result wj obtained by sake It heals injuries retotbsU nieMe of all deiiUerous con wire yoafe willcecntag you'feel better, t . went. Price, I Wldi Hasel Salve. wkiag.' Can lining worms, and Hh tonic effect restore its,! rfssicOy. they have lo n m vu" " rammer. natural cheerfulness. Price, 25 cent&. be carrlid in tbjmt'fiMfca i&cat 25 cents m SO cento. Se d iy Perry A lend sktfi die! ltke vmk. iyoitg- -. HM)eiRM. Sold by Porry k Th&mM. idl through the aurl-iiu- . nal-lt- t mrt-lI! jBari-ifcoiu by rrry oc xuvmas. i It y. The NIchola8Ville Democrat prints this important contribution to local option literature. Judge Scott's decision is not criticised, for our learned and impartial Judge is sustained by tho law and facts. The Democrat says: - "Local Option Law Declared Invalid. On Monday afternoon Judge Scott rendered a decision that is of vital interest to every man, woman and child in the county. Iik tho caso agidust J. K. Abraham for selling whisky in a local option precinct it was decided that the local option law in civil district No. 5 n is invalid on the ground that the was filed and the order made for the election at the same term of court. The local option laws were voted for under tho act of 1874, and elections were held in the various precincts during the summer and fall of that year. I havebeen afllicted with rheumatism for fourteen years and nothing seemed to give any relief. I was able to be around all the time, but constantly suffering. I had tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which I did. and was immediately relieved and in a short time cured. I am happy to say that it has not since relumed Josh. E do a it. jcrmautown, Cal. For salo by Terry marl-lm La Grippe is again epidemic. Every precaution should betaken to avoid it. Itsspecitic cure is One Minute Couch Cure. A. J. Shepord, publisher Agricultural Journal and Advcrtiser.Eldeu, White. mo., says: "iso ono will be disappointIn lloilo there is not a hotel ora pub- ed .in using One Minute Cough Cnre for lic conveyance. Hut trtvelersaro few. La Gripne." Pleasant to take, nuick to act. Douglas & Wells. Many Lives Are Saved CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic. Ncnrnlglonnd Toothache in five minutes. fonrStomach and Summer Complaints. lricc, 25 Cents. Sold by Perry & Thomas Successors to W. G. V Salt-Rheu- m ey Off Clearing Sale will last. m 3 ake-Jierume. By the forelock if you want the benefit of the On all Heavy Goods such as Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, der wear, Hats, &c. OFF Hood's J m - 1) - y. SIDE lb, m Planters yat w ef(l M;it tst lgln to-da- m JWII. 1 i3 ii m fK i j .Jurmr p i 1 FacscL Pzpe--r Wanted-f- ProUct your Mmu; they may bring you wealth. Write JOHN WEUDEMIUUN & CO- - Patent Attorney Washlngtdn, I. C (or tbetr ti3I prize offer nnd list of two hundred IutccUom wanted- - ln Idea S R. Mon- Here's Tear HMaice. Soffle Extraordinary Offers by The Climax. Ceunly Court Days. R. N. i. " & 6. R. Timo Tablo No. 33. Taking Effect day, May 2, 1S93. bast bound. " ThoCuitAX wants fivo hunredncw eubflcribers by tho first oi tbo now year. In order to reach tbis end, Bomo ex traordinary inducements 'will ba made. Until further notice tho following will bo offered to subscribers. mm Signals! every change In the weather? feel raw? pains dart Do Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second ALL WOMEN Should know that the "Old Tune" Remedy, aljnday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott countv, third Monday. Danville, Boylo county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamino county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark countv, fourth 4 PLEASE TRY CANDY CATHARTIC -- 2d Class. 1st Class. No. 1 No. 3 No. 9 KiSun Ex Sun Ex Sun A. M. 10 11 Versailles . NleholasTillo... ValUy View-- .. .. Million Richmond... 1102 K P.M. 6 7 8 8 8 81 35 00 13 A.M. 5 6 8 8 9 30 48 SO SO 15 , 23 Union 1H1 11 5S P. M. 12 13 12 15 33 10 00 Moberley.. Ilrassfield. Panola Irvine 12 30 12 35 1 05 .. 10 05 10 25 10 40 11 35 west bound. Irvine. Panola Ilrassfield. Union Richmond. Million. Valtay View... Niehelasvllle. . Versailles Moberley N6T3 No. 4 I No. 8 No. l6 Ex Sun Ex Sun ExSnn Ex San A. M. M. 2 2 2 2 2 01) P. M. A. M. 1155 1 1 OS 25 30 41 120 4J ... . ... 2 15 3 00 3 25 4 30 6 10 6 6 6 6 7 06 20 31 58 50 47 3 IS 3 30 3 45 4 10 5 03 The Climax and The "Weekly Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. The Climax and the Home and Farm, $1.30 The Climax and either An Excellent Combination. ;ihe Cosmopolitan,, Munsey's The pleasant method and beneficial eitects oi ie wen Known remeay. or McClure's Magnzine, $2.00. Sritup or Figs, manufactured by the The Climax and the Louis- Califorxix Fio Srncp Co., illustrateit aanv evt5iiiiiLr puss, (tO the value of obtaining' the liquid laxa oo. tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting i The Richmond CLIMAX and tnem in trie lorm most reircsning to uie Courier-Journasystem, it taste and aeeeptable to the is the one perfect strengthening laxa' both for one year $1.00 tive, cleansicg the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers The Climax and "Weekly gently yet promptly and enabling ono to overcome habitual constipation per- Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. manently. Its "perfect freedom from, The Climax andOhioFarm, every objectionable quality and sub. je "I you take cold with Does your throat And do sharp .Monday. Versailles, Monday. woodford county, fourth through your 1 1 K Twice-a-wee- k l, pI'm." "pTm. pTm." AH trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. & T. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. KOCK, Train Dispatcher. V, 11. ADAMS. Superintendent. a."m." Wantefl-- An Protect yonr WEUDEllUtJKN & bring Patent !Jet: tbrr may CO. you wealth. Write JOHN for their UH prlxe offer Wuhtngton. D. fc&allJt of two hundred lavenUons waaxvl. Idea SSSI t--i C X W. K -3 tZ ...... cp & stance, and its acting on tho kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening' or irritating therrp, make it the ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs arc used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of tho remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plant, by a method known to the Califokjia. Fio Syhup Co. only. In order to its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, please remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of crtry package. $1.90. The Climax can also furnish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates. THE FARM PROBLEM. CUAITFR VI. Don't you know these are danger signals which point to pneumonia, bronchitis, or consumption itself? If you are ailing and have lost flesh lately, they arc certainly danger signals. The question for you to decide Is, "Have I the vitality to throw olf these diseases ? ' ' Don't wait to try SCOTT'S EMULSION "as a last resort." There Is no remedy equal to It for fortifying the system. Prevention Is easy. chest? l.isniarck'8 Iron Nervo Was tho result of his splendid Ma4o only hy New Spencer Uedldne Co Tennessee. health. Indomitable will and tremendous energy are not found whore Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels aro Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. decS-lQ. White. out of order. If you want these qualities and tho success they bring, use AU druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nervo Plasterj. Dr. King's Now Life Pills. They develop eyery power of brain and body. Only 2oc at Perry & Thomas' Drug a, yr h .....t. nit t.iv. iwstl iurrcraiio m , u 13 inn ironies. Irresularttles In Female Organs. Should be taKen inr uuste 01 luc anu ueioro uwBini, Pliotcra "OU Time" Rraiedlei have Stood Use test for twenty years. 1 ,0. 25c. 50c rfiM if MM ALL DRUGGISTS. Store. . 2 CORRESPONDENCE. IRVINE. I I; Estill County 1 gt -- 55 o CALIFORNIA FIG. SYRUP CO. BAN FRANCISCO. CAL. ZJOmSVtLLS. KY. NEWTOHK. N.T. For sale by all Druggists. Price Oc per bottle. Jan5-T- Harrodsdurg, Ky., March 2, 1S99. y Zl 2?- O m, c a - co g j rt o 3 :::::::E is u p s y B -- I35ECOPMIST RANGES M W i C 55 & I TO o O 9o O oo O o' S.S BCC O iififor Climax'. My Dear Sir: As you Lave eo kindly offered mo space In your next issue toVeply to what you had to say, in The (JLIMAX of the 1st inst,, re garding my solution of tho "Farm Problem," I will make a brief reply, although I would much prefer to let the matter drop if I could do so in jus tice to myself and the State Board. When you wrote and asked me If my problem was not susceptible of many solutions and waa therefore "indeter minate," I unhesitatingly answered that it was only capable of one solution, which solution I claim is absolutely correct, because it meets every requirement of the problem without having to assumo anything whatever. And I al so maintain that the diagram I drew is "geometrically correct," (a fact that you deny and quote Webster's International Dictionary ,to prove your posi tion) that is that tho upper and lower bases of my diagram "are parallel" according to all geometricians, and that even Webster, althouch he made no pretentions to mathematics, when fully quoted, bears me out. He says among other things, that "parallel lines are line3 having the same direction or ten dency," "direction conformable to that of another line." AVentworth, on page 25 of his "New Piano and Solid Geometry," says: ''Parallel lines are straight lines which lie in the same plane and have the same direction or opposite directions; when they are on the same sido of a straight line joining their origins they lie in the same direction and when they are on opposito sides of a straight line joining their origins they are said to lie in opposite directions." Edward Olnev, pago 56, New Geometry, says: "Parallel lines are lines which have the same or oppo site directions." Emerson White, in his Geometry published in 1895, says: Parallel ilines aro such as lie in the same plane, but cannot meet however for produced in either direction." G. E. Woods, in his issue of The Cli max of March the 2nd, 1S99, admits that the lines, used in the diagram submitted by me, are parallel lines, when he utilizes the same to prove my problem susceptible of one more millions of solutions by extending said lines indefinitely and all the while calling prevents consumption and hosts of other diseases which attack the weak and those with poor blood. SCOTT'S EMULSION Is the one standard remedy for Inflamed throats and lungs, for colds, bronchitis and consumption. It is a food medicine of remarkable power. A food, because It nourishes the body; and a medicine, because It corrects diseased conditions. 50c. nd $1.00, all druggists. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York Scott's Emulsion "W. M. SnowJon was in Nicholasvillo Ring out tho old Ring out tho false and Richmond last week. Mrs. Roso .Wagers is visiting Mrs. Clande Smith at Richmond. Mr. David Bergman was in Rich-- u o id Monday and Tuesday on business--. AHCY King in the true " Wo - Jg to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway Elaglnthenew 1 ' SBS a El o Roofing, Guttering and General wo all need slinking up occasionally, and while I'm not willing to admit that I'm altogether in error, still I can and will profit by his friendly Most Respectfull, Ciias. W. Bcnr., Member State Board of Examinors. P. S: I meant to say before closing, that in my experience of about ten years as county examiner that I have always given teachers full credit for whatever knowledge they may display regarding questions that aro in any way ambiguous. I think it is the duty of all examining boards to givo the widest latitude consistent with the work in hand. In that way they can get at the independent ideas of tho teachers and can form a better conception of their actual knowledge. C. W. B. criticism. The smpllest tilings may oxort tho greatest influence. Do Witt's Little Early Bisers aro unequalled for over coming constipation aud liver troubles. Small pill, best pill, safe pill. Douglas & Wells. HIS MONGOOSE EXPERIENCE. o o o 05 d 53 333523 Job "Work. PEPSlR sYRUPINDIGESTION. CURES k DR. CALDWELL'S M Q Fmikfori & Umli Railway- 1 , In Effect December 5, 1838 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. p.m. a.m. G jYRUP PEPS.Ri 'CURES CONSTIPATION.il p.m 7 20 6 16 8 30 DR. CALDWELL'S B iw 6 7 Winchester Maysrille 5 10 Pari 4 23 17 It 28 Georcetown " Prankfoit " 3 40 10 11 M Ar. Ak for tlokets via Paris. J. U. NEWTON, Q. P. A. i iS 30 30 7W Lvc. Hichmontl ... Ar. p.m. 1 11 " ' ' . 10 42 . . .. 8 40 7 50 Lve. 7 00 t . F. Rock, FOR, knph m Ohio Time ol Trains at Winchester. Ky. aa iVcritaxA bxvs.. WEST DOUND. ML Sterling and Lexington Accom Itaatera Express lor Louisville Morehead and Lexington Accom. New York Limited l. F. V EAST HOUND. exf Dgton and Morehead Accom.. New York Limited F. F. V Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom .... 6 55 am 7 30 am 3 00 pm 4 60 pra 9 15 am 58 am 6 30 pm 9 23 pm Six of the best Fire Insurance Com- panies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. In the Prtxdental, yon are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again give the best. We will not transact business with irresponsible companies. 26 Second Street, Up Stairs. Je2-l- y 11 Washington Express Accommodation train run daily except Sunday. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. Por information, rates or sleeper reservations K. HOOD. Agent LtN.Hy., call on or write Richmond, Ky. or Q ROUGE W. BAItNEY, A. C. & O. Ily., Lexington, Ky. D. For Sale Privately ! EASIER THAI EVER The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has madoit"Eas!er Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Ariiona and California- - The splendid train service with which the Illinois Central's Memnhls and New Orleans Vestibuled , "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than liver" to taiee a trip to ino aoove mcnuoneu territory. The Central Is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly I'uiimaa lounti cjrior uauiornia, 9 25pm Lve Louisville every Thursday .8 18am Arr Aieropuisf rmay 7 45pm New Orleans Friday Arr Lve New Orleans Friday . .8 lOpm S 45am Arr Houston Saturday 4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday 2 45pm Arr Kipaso nnnuay 9 20pm Arr Los Angeles Monday . 5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday . I trill offer for sale privately my House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th Streets, back of A. R. Barnaul's property. The house has seven rooms, good cistern, stable and other necessary outbuildings; the lot contains about 90x90 feet. The price will be reasonable for each. WILLIAM ENGLISH, ' nov9-t- f Richmond, Ky. REGENERO. JOMPLETE 3LISS jfggfc. taSens u,st Iha u Tie Trot Wuttr Route tt (Worm. nnw nttiiin p.ny most cnra;iHcatnl irvtttnM'iit U rr.n-'- i of rtery Amrrlrnn. iKuvcly jruaranlrcd to cure Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to me territory raennonea win uo wen to communicate with II. II. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. Wii. Alpord Kbllono, A G. P. A., A. n. Hanson-- , G P..A., Lonisville, Ky, Chicago, 111. dcc29-l- y fl.i m" EA8TDOUNR LSOUTflERN RAILWAY. N'q 1. No. 5. 7.40am 3.30pm 9.00am 9.55am 10.1 Gam No-- of Xervoun Debility, or It nrto powerfully and qakkly. tins e. Mil. ;PSydrnlly IVrfprf. 1 the rrmilt !- 4- t f 4,f iitJCVKUO. Vonns men will rein i!nlr kvt iikhiUikkI, ami Old Men will recorei .1 yont .1 il vfcior. Itlntlcorntes and restore! tc .. .v .. .a 1?ur, idl suCfrrcra from Seminal Weak, -- cs, luppx-nry- . Yarlrotvl?. Stiennattorlica, :lnlv F. vhc4ens llrr.ln and Muscular Power, tk ."v-- r ilncst, Tvll Dreanw, Despon-n- -. l n!l cOVcts of K-l-f of tu' . cao I"t (IN KENTUCKY ) Echedulo In effect D.c- - 18, 1898. 7.45pm 5.02pm 9.07pm 5.55pm 9.50pm 6.17pm 10.09pm &4.pm 10.35pm No. Na 4. 4.25pm 5.15am 4.5Spm 5.37am 5.15pm 5.55am .&05pm 6.32am e st ' r Lv IxmlsviUe Ar Shelbyville Ar La'renreb'g. Ar Versailles. Ar Lexlntton WCBT1IQUND. I. v LcxinKton . Nrrvr Tonic In the work It ..Ires Vl- -r nuil rllon ami restores e u Vorith. !. U a in .rvelous illood Pari P!n!i (."lorv ronir hack to i!itlwhy .il:is. uncyxttofniarru. IlEt.EACRO i, rmt i,o Ciscasc that Is why !i :! r;ce'iatil il Irdn-rcllon- whlt-l- i uuflUl u i - i : I0.4am 'No7& 7.30am tlx - rtrt li r ii ace 'It inm laltnMnliatln: vt tMkt. I!y mall fll.00 per r '?.--. :c ,:,rrrrully refund UKCHM-KO- ty , 7.56am Ar Versailles. LLUi BEVY0EK. 8.80am Ar La'renecb'g 9.1tam Ar Shelbyville For sale in Richmond by Perry & Thomas, iq0am Ar Louisville 7.55am Druggists. scpt21-lTrains Noti. 1. 2, 5 and 0 carry Frco Observation Chair Cars between Louisville and .hletiio do not effect a cure American Olnceof "'. y. Lex-lngt- Nft EASTBOUNU 13. No. 1L 3.30pm 7.40am S.5fipri 9.65am 0. 45pm ia43am 7.0uiim 10.55am UASTBOUNU. 3.30pm 5.02pm WESTBOCKU. HTATIOK3. I.v Ar Ar Ar No712. NoT'll Umisrli Ar 7.35pm ia40am iArorbrgAr 5.10pm .10am HaradxbgAr 4.25pm 7.20am Ilurgln.. Lv 4.15pm 7.10am - Wheeler & Wilson SewiQg Machine - "V. Now I wish to say that I have the most profound respect for the Ed. of Tho Climax and the "venerable gentleman" whom the Ed. styles the"fore- most mathematician iu Kv." I think I know to whom he refers, and know that he has few if any equals, and I would certainly be guilty of the rankest sort of egotism should I attempt to set myself up as being iu any degree comparable to him. But.it is said that "frtnla niali . wli v. . v. .Alinlnc ...... in .w.u . linn In . . nra . . . . vJ fonr . r tread." Now, as I've already "rushed in," and in the language of the most original character over Kentucky pro duced, "don't know whether to pene trate or retreat," I'll just do neither, but will maintain my position so long as I have authority to back me. I contend that my problem is not an 'indeterminate" because I have fin ished a solution that I have proven to bo "Geometrically correct," and that to get any other solution it is necessary to make unnecessary assumptions. If I say that a farmer expended $1000 for sheep and hogs, the sheep costing $2 per head and the hogs $3 per head and want to know the number of each Volcanic Eruptions purchased, then, according to Bay, Are grand, but Skin Eruption rob lifo Olney, Robinson and others, I have an "indetorminato problem" becau60 it is of joy. Bucklon's Arnica Salvo, cures capable of many solutions no ono of them; also Old, Running and Fever which can be considered any more defi Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, nite than another. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Best Pilo Before closing I desire to say that I have not the least ill feeling toward the cure on earth. Drives out Pains and Ed. of Tho Climax or anyone else Aches. Only 25 cents a box. Cure connected with this discussion. Bat, guaranteed. Sold by Perry & Thomas, 2 on the other hand, I must rather ac Druggist. knowledge myself indebted to him, for Up iu South Dakota a boy ha3 been The Amen t borp with two tongues and no brains. of maniage is' always a baby.' If ho had been born twenty years ago .. iir i . i .. 11, and lived in Colorado what n happy tVllUUUl wedlock is a member of the legislature he would summer field that never make. Tollurido Journal. blooms, a never buds, a night without stars, a sermon witnout a ben ediction, a prayer without an Amen. There never was a husband worthy of the name, who did not aspire to be the father and the grandfather of healthy, capable children to hand down his name and the fortune accumulated bv the sweat of his brow, from generation to generation. TBere never was a wife fit to bear that noble title, who did not wish to wear womanhood's most glorious crown, the sceptre of motherhood. Thousands of wedded couples, otherwise happy, fall short Of wedlock's greatest happiness because: they arc childless. In the majority of cases, this is because the wife, through ignorance or neglect, suffers from weakness and disease of the organs distinctly feminine. For women who suffer In this way there is one great medicine that does not Tail to accomplish Us purpose. It is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It acts directly on the delicate organs concerned and makes them strong, healthy, vigorous, virile and elastic It allays inflammation, heals ulceration, soothes pain and tones the shattered nerves. It fits for wifehood and motherhood. It quickens and vitalizes the distinctly feminine organism. It banishes the maladies of the expectant months and makes baby's introduction to the world easy and almost painless. It insures the health and nourishment little in plenty It is the best supportive tonic for nursing mothers. Mrs. Jennie Parks, of Marshall, Spokane Co., Wash,, writes: "I am glad to tell of the good results of your great medicine. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. I was benefited by your medidne in confinement. It gives mestrength. I have no tired feeling and my baby is the picture of health. I feel better than 1, have in ten years." Iu cases of constipation Dr. Pierce Pleasant Pellets should be used ,as an 's them "parallel lines." "Although I sold tickets in a red cir cus wagon for years," continued the dime museum man, VI was badly fooled once in an animal deal. I moan by this that I fooled myself. - I got a letter from a collector, who wanted to know if I would buy a mongoose, I wroto back to have it shipped at once, and it was to be in the museum ready for ex hibition ono Monday morning. I had a rather hazy idea of what the beast looked like, but I was sure that it was something big, with tusks, and I told our artist to go ahead on that idea and spread himself. "Ho did. Tho picture ho evolved would catch any ono's eye at any range. He tookXwhole frame of canvas and painted for a background a tropical is land, with tho mongoose chewing up sailors on the shore. "The picturo was finished Sunday, and I couldn't help but rub my hands when I looked at it. Tho moment it was hung out people flocked around it, and tho early morning attendance Monday was "remarkable. The doors were opened before I got down, and as I went up stairs I could hear a subdued growl. " 'That's tho mongooes,' I said to myself. 'The idiots haven't; fed it.' "It was the mongoose. It was tho crowd growling like a Roman mob be hind the scenes. They had been lured by the picture, and when they got to tho cage labeled 'Mongoose' (hey could not see the beast at all. It had buried itself in the straw." Chicago Tribune. Miss Amerine, from near Bice.Sta-tiois visiting Miss Rico at this place. Mrs. S. F. Rock, of Richmond, is visiting Mrs. S. L. Tudor at tho hotel. Miss Judith Tudor is at home from a visit to Miss Louise Vaughn at Hard-wick- 's Creek. Georgo Williarr&JFllts bceii in Clay county buying cattlo. He came homo Thursday evening delighted with his w trip. Burton Smith and his gun had some trouble "Wednesday and Burton got the worst of it. He is now carrying his left arm in a sling. Mary Jacobs gave a birthday dinner to some of her young fricndsrSaturday. Tho whole neighborhood was shaken May all of with their merriment. Mary's future days be as lively and charming as that Saturday. The death of Mrs. Grayham's father caused Mrs. Graham and family to leave Irviuo Sunday evening. They would have started Saturday, but Mr. Grayhatu was iu Jackson buying logs and "did not return home until Sunday evening. Friday, when Willie and George Williams went to tho dinner tablo tboy were agreeably surprised to find under their plates a beautiful gold watch for each of them. The handsome presents were given them by their father, W. T. B. Williams. Several weeks ago Hadio Wagers went to Arizona to try farming in tho West. He was greatly disappointed in the Arizonian country; thinks it is entirely too rough. Thursday ho returned to Irvine saying, "Mt. Scratchum' is good enough for me." March the - second, .Burton Sniitlf celebrated his sixteenth birthday by giving a "donkey party" to his manj; friends.' Tlio occasion was quite jolly. Charles Flynn came nearest the donkey and was rewarded with a lovely basket of fruit. Earl Soul took the booby. Then some palatable ices wore broucht forth whioh so refreshed the young people that they found it difficult to tear themselves away, even when the clock was ncaring a dozon. We wish Burton manyjiappy returns. u, DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey $5 ROM Fi Nature's most natural remedy, improved by sdence to a Pleasant, Permanent, Posltiro Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; tho rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS AM 88 YEARS finy remedy equal to iJr. Bell's It rfres qulcfc and permanent relief In grip as well as consbs and colds. It makes weak Ivor etronc Mrs. 21. A. Metcslle, I OURTEE IFTY-FIV- r Bottles Only. 25c., 6O0. and $1.00 Sizss BE SURE YOU GET OLD. and never nspd E Br. Bell's Pine-Tar-Nsf- tiy Fedncab.Kr. For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. Q. White. Charles E. Douglas. Geo. D. Simmons. 9 s good as .4- It looks APPEARANCES ARE OFTEN DECEITFUL and things that are showy many times prove to be worthless. An article that is in daily use, as a Cooking Range is, must be Substantial and Reliable; It should be the best to be had. $ Lamp Stands Umbrella. '9 Racks Etc, Htc. Etc. 9 The Mountaineer. NEWBT. Wheat looks well at present considering tho cold snap. J. S. Stapp, this place, is building an addition to his store house. Alford Williams, a Mexican Veteran and a Confederate soldier, is very sick at his homo near Buthton. The farmers have not gathered all of their last years crop of corn. - Cheap, Attractive. WE ARE HIE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM, Kisser Hobson should hear 'the following little story by Col. 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Waterloo and the conqueror of Kapo-leaMc-Ca- liii Ui Forget , Us GERSTAFF OLDHAM NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. vTEH Q1UCE 0 LLL IIHI1UL DAY TELEPHONE 76. :.t ce aaeeae889Bssseasecaoaoaeeas( OO eo oo OO The Cash Hardware House, rows, Cultivators, Everything in the Farming Line. mchl-l- y Blacksmith Supplies. 9et. a a ee a On and after January 1st, 1899, our terms will be o OB eo n. "With aglanco that showed intense disguest, the venerable hero he was the genuine article replied: 'Young man, don't make a d n fool of yout-sel" This, with tho profanity omitted, is what llobeon might say to the oscillatory dames and maids that he encounter. tuiH Don't te. . SPOT CASH!" -We have attempted to run our business by collecting; our accounts the first of each month, but have been unable to collect them all promptly. Wo nre therefore compelled to sell for CASH that we may pay cash for our goods, nnd will endeavor to make it to the interest of the trade to do business with us. We havo a nice lino of Staple aai Taney Groceries, Qucons-warSec. Give us a and Glass-rare- , call, examine our stock andjot prices. Goods exchanged for country produce as oo c a oo oo 00 08 oo f.' Wk in hi of Jcb Work! 'oo vt3 OO OO "IB oo OB OB oe OO OO .. .. .. 08 oo OO y OB oo pit No woman can be too careful of her condition during the period before her little ones are born. Neglect or improper treatment then endangers her life and that of the child. It lies with her whether she shall suffer unnecessarily, or whether the ordeal shall be made comparatively easy. She had better do nothing than do something wrong. cs OO OO OO flower that PLOWING TIME Is right at hand so is the OO oo 1'arsnlp Complexion. . - ip life srSJ 0.. v. ... HIGGINS ELLS. KY, WESTPOPWP. 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