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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): March 22, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899032201_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 22, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX VOLUME 25. i: RICHMOND, BEAUTIFUL ORATION DELIVERED AT CENTRAL UNIVERSITY BY MR. HERRING TON, OF ATLANTA. MADISON COUNTY, SMN. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1899. iV5 NUMBER k 42. 4 GRIGSBY MUNCEY, General Agents, Eastern Kentucky. NAHM'S CHEAT IAMMN. Equitable Life NEW YORK, ttt Agents wanted in unoccupied OFFICE-Mai- n territory. Street, OF THEM ALL 1 1 Richmond, Ky. THE BEST UPPINCOTT'S I nONTHLYTVvO AZ1NE. w Contain a complete novel In every cum-Ir,l- - nl'li' i' ton l.irse quantity of useful and entertaining reading matter. .Vo ronllnunl miarirm. .rhlrh arti ma should b In every household. Subscription, S3.00 per year. Acrnls wan tert In every town, to whom tuo most liberal Inducements will bo oOcrcd. J. B. LIPPniCOTT C05TPAHY, PaMlsnexs, PHILADELPHIA. It objectionable to tito.t rtadrrm. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTOniTSYS. W. MILLER. Attobkbt-at-La- RlCBMOXD, - KeSTOCXY. feb3-l- armer's National Bank. Office In the Bnrnara Building, next door to y J, AttoeneY at-La- KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, Office over Taylor's Hani ware Btore, opposite Court House, on Slain Street. II. B. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. Richmond, Office No. 13 First St.. tip Btaire. 31-3- 0 J. 0. & D. M. CHENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kkjjtijcky. Richmond, Office on Second street, over Chen-ault'- s grocery. bition, which is not gratified even with conquering the whole world. As he marches we see everything submitting before his unconquerable soldiere, until at last he had the world so drawn togethor, that tho waters of one ocean almost kissed tho laughing waves' ol the other. Thus preparing a way for tho spread of Christian teachings. Hislife though short wrs'ndecdag'eat to insignificance before his matchless one, but with all, his greatness, be had t, brilliucy. while I raiso my his faults, aud as Themistoclese has voice in giatitudo for the services ren- well expressed it. "Ho was greater Jn dered mankind by the men of all ages genius than in character." About fono hundred years later we and of all times, I wish to speak especially in memory of those who stand see n child ol nine years being led up like glittering suns in the works of to the altar by his father, and there, ages. Those men who have stamped with his hands upon the .sacrifice, this their names in the pillows of their age youth swears eternal haired to the by ever clinging to that implicablo Roman race. Xt is no other than Handuty, which we value as the most pre- nibal, the Carthiginian, and in afte? cious jewel in the crown of human virtue years, we see him driven on to his and make the test of human character. hardfate, not only by the restless fires We cannot pass ou to the lives of of his warlike genius, but' by thesacred these great men without first saying obligations of this now, which could n word in remembrance of the works of not be broken, lie saw the time when those,who thought less gifted in genius, the shouts of victory fell from the lips of having spent their lives for the better- h:s own men, when h's banners waved ments of this world. Some have fought triumphantly, and wben it seemed as the mountains, turned the beds of though his armies were invincible. rivers and reared bridges over roaring But thero csme a timo when mr.n and water falls. We think little about them fate opposed him and we see him s:uk and wo care less. When their work is at last in defeat. His noted passage of the alps. His done, we ride over the railway in an success at nrat followed only by over observation car, and look down thousands and thousands of feet into the whelming defeat, cannot help but pre depths they have bridged and wo hard- sent to ns a striking resemblance be tween h'i and the fortunes of Napoly give (hem a thought, Bat at eve-leon. He too, had his faults, but with step they have carried civilization before them and we must honor them all, he was the foremost man of lis race and time, perhaps tho mightest genius in 6ingiug the centuries praises. Others have found their work in the of any race and of any timo. Let us next turn to Caesar, that commurmur of some gentle brook or in the bined general and statesman who in whispering breezes of the leafy wood land trees. Have caught the mocking his time- "was virtually lord of the Roman world. Ilia career was filled glory of cloudless nights, the cold glit ter of stars, and the golden scheenof with success and his brilliant achieveof midnight mcons; caught the tones of ments will ever brighten tho pa wben restless waves as they dasli ngainst history. It has been said, "that the some rocky coast and transformed he returned from his famous conquests,s, them into verse. Have gathered the there were marching beneath his soldiers gelhered from nearly spirit of their age into their work aod every count-- y beneath the heavens; in embalmed it for the coming generation. Left an inspiration for all manner of his precession were led captive princes mankind, and a name that will out- - rom all parts of the world: and his stand tho everlasting hills. For ages riumph celebrating his many victories welook back upon the works of the far eclipsed in magnificance anything witnessed." statemen, and Are see many occasions that Roman had ever Caesar bad his marks nf greatness where vast audiences have been moved to thought and action by the words of and his many friends, but he also had peaker, when the hearts of men have some glaring faults, and the ides of i been swayed by his eloquence as rip- March has shone that Jio, had his ? s j-cstan-dsi-d- her robes of saffron hue aud SUN spark SPOTS. adorned with the of the ling diamonds virgin night,comes forth from her palace in the East and opens witlo tho gates of day, and the sun glorious in his might bursts over the Eastern mountains, laughing the lowering clouds to scorn and Jorcing those lesser lights of the night, one by one, back into tlie azure bosom of the lie.iv ens, covers this earth with his radiant beauty and we ara dazzled by his flam ing light,just so overy age and time lias been brightened by some dazzling human illuiniuary, who bursting upon the world laughed the clouds of oppor sitlou aud adversity to scorn and made Hie lesser light of the age dwindle InAs morn arrayed in PURE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROTAtBAioM 5? tVrVDER Knma eo., mw vom. spont and marches on to satisfy an am- ened grain before a gentle autumn breeze. In looking at the works of these great men we cannot forget the Ameri DR. n. R. GIBSON, can Salesmen and we point to thom PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, with pride as we join them with tho Kentucky. otheis of this world. But with all this. Richmond. the pen has not been mighter than the Office in the Joe Ccilinj bnildinr, 13 nd so Sec sword, and wo must bow our heads in aj ond Street, over wnite . oia arugsiorc reverence to the mighty deeds of our wsr' ieis. Those men who have braved CHAS. HOOKER, the 6tom:8 of tho gigantic ocean, who VETERINARY SURGEON, have given up all and stepped fearlesb- Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. ly into battle, when its raging fury TETSIOIANS. enemies- - Let us now turn to the Civil War in England. For three years it has been rsiging when there rises to prominence a man destined'to be one of the greatest characters in history. It is Oliver Cromwell, and in connection with his Ironsides, he has left a subject for all historians. A man whose talents were of the highest order, gifted in military genius and a keen insight into human affairs, he did a mighty work for Eng y ho lies sleeping "while land. tho tides of life go ebbing and flowing" seemed as awful as tho destruction of sides him. Sleep on Thou Match Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty, the cities of Sodon and Gomarrah. We nccu- up stairs, over store recently less Cromwell. Thou wast wrong in by menmona Harness uo., ms. apr7-l- y oi, are unable to pay them their honest somo th'ngs, but thou didst intend to Ichmond, Ky. due. but I will say, as some one has do right, and for thy death well may said before me "Cheers for tho living, IT. C. JASPER, M. D old England's winds mourn on more tears for the dead." Medicine and Surgery. well may the cedars bow "We must now pass on to tho lives of Office Collins Buildine, MainStrect. their dropingbeads,and the oceans waves Telephone at residence (the Unrr place) on some of those men, whose works rise bieak muro dolefully along old Broadway. above others as a towering peak above coast Thy work is done, ----Kentucky RtcriMOND, surrounding mountain range. Our 0, Cromwell, and it shall not be forgot thoughts naturally collect about the rr w. EVANS, M D., ten. No not while Anglo-Saxoblood lives of those men who have trans flows from Anglo-Saxo- n hearts. formed this earth from a vast wilde-- Vfhy wish to travel o ancient Athens? ness into a thriving world. Then let physician and subqeon, Why wonder among Ionian 'Isles in me carry you back about three hundred Richmond. - - - - Kentucky search of classic ground? Surely, years ueiore unrist. 'lo the time of though the old Greeks were the founAlexander, whom the world has that DR. T. J. TAYLOR, ders Ml all good and noblo literature, called great. In radiant youth his soul Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, they have reached their culminating was stirred by the thoughts of war, Kentucky. Richmond. point in tho English Shakespeare, and years of age. and whin only twenty-on- o the old Warwickshire lanes, decked WOfflce and residence ou Second Street. wo see him ascend his fathers thiono, simply with the hawthorn and the ready at once, for a lile of conquest, sweet briar roses, through which Mary DENTAL SUItGEET. We see him as he crosses the Helle- Arden walked leading her by the hand, are as sacred as any parts of this earth once trodden by the feet of Homor or of Plato. So let us stop for DKjfiiar, a moment at Stratford, and glance at of Louisville, Ky. next door to Government Bntldlng, that little gabled roof, low room home to a-- i k i. KIchmSnd, Ky. ulnce nours of English Lng, whom as Carlisle de y novl7-lclares 'no time or chance, Parliament or combination of Parliaments can de Four nice rooms for rent. To-daboy-ang- el Napoleon lloneparto, and the French Itovolution has at last produced its Cromwell. We see him as ho rises from somo of tho lower ranks, his power increasing all the timo, he rushes on in bis maddning career for power, until God In his almighty wisdom stopped him when men and armies could not. We cannot get p better idea of his lifo than by a glance at his warlike career, which presents a beautiful oxample of the justice of God. Then let us picture him as he gathers together his soldiers from every home in the realm. The mothers, as with aching hearts and tearstained cheeks, turn aw ay from their departingsons and the sisters giving the farewell kiss. Wa see them as they march off under the floating banners and by tbe muffled beats of drums. We cheer them on with a silent tear. They are gone, perhaps forever. On and on they march gaining victory after vicicry, nntil atlast they reach Moscow. And as they enter that city with Napoleon marching proudly at tho head of that grand nrmy. it burst into a sea of flames, and as those flames roll onward and upward uniil they almost seem to reach the stars, the whole world reads in them tho genins and power of the mighty Napoleon. But ero he left thatciiy, the sun of bis fortune had reached fls meridian, and when ho retains on his march through Russia, the almighty seiz'ng tho winds and gathering vhe snows from the Icy regions of the North, hurled them over- - hs uncon querable soldiers and scattered his armies like the withered leaves of autumn. Then gathering up his few remaining soldics, he marches on suf fering loss after loss nntil at last;that great Napoleonic sun which arose so brightly at Auster'iiz, B'nts forever on the planes of Waterloo. We must now cross the depths of tie Atlantic ocean, not only because I am an American, but because I would be unjust to the subject which I have chosen, if I failed to mention the father of that republic that has taught this world its best lessons in liberty. George Washington, "tho first in peace.the first in war, and the first in tho hearts of his countrymen." By hts fruits ye shall know him, and judging from his fruits he was indeed more than great and tho many beauties of his lifo.will be ever held as "forgetmenots in tbe garden of memory." Standing as I am on Southern soil, speaking to Southern cars, and confident of the sympathy of Southern Hearts, I realize mat x cannot say anything too flattering to tho memory of our own and Immortal Gen. RobUE. to-da- It is It was in an auction store on Maia atreet.jnst before the auctioneer mount ed the box. Goods wero being sold privately to those who desired to buy A well dressed woman was examining a bit of jewelry. "What is the price of this?" Bhe asked. madam," re "That will cost you plied the salesman. "Can't you shade that figure a bit?" "No; can't possibly take a cent less. But I'll tell you what I'll do if you will wait a few moments tbe auction sale will be started, and I'll place the article nnder the hammer. You may then bo able to buy it in for almost nothing." The woman said sho would wait. Ton WiIES A Book OF SIM YE CURE NERVOUS Our Goods AISD for Young and Old. t? uuk RECORD Esfcl 1878 Our Prices We Don't 1 BLOOD SKIN 250,000 DISEASED & Compel 3ou to trade with us PRIVATE P15EASE5 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. MEM CURED miuutes later on the auctioneer YOUNG MAN 250,00 CURED II.ito joa sinned I I I began the sale. Thero were some half dozen people in the store. Tho bit of jewelry in question was place'd on the counter and bids invited. Some one offered 50 cents, then $1 was bid. $2 followed and then $3. This last bid was made by the woman who had sought to by the bit of jewelry before the sale. A gentleman came in, looked at the article and calmly said : "I like that. I'll give you $4." The Woman quickly shouted "five dollars!" Then the bidding ceased and tho bit of jewelry was turned over to the last and best bidder. She had refused to pay$la few minutes before, but she forgot that and went home to tell hubby dear what a bargain she got at tbe auction store for a $5 bill. S3 1 when ignorant of the tcrriblo crime you wero committing. Didyoucnlycnmicler i no lascmivting allurements ot this evil hnbit? When too late to avoid tho tav nolo results, wero your eyes opened to your peril r uw yrti micron in manhood enntrs et any I'lUVATU or 111.00 1 aiseasor were you cured r .Doyounon and then f eo somo alarminz svmnLoms? Ihiro yon marry in your nrcent condition T Vou law. "LI KIJ FATHEU, LtlvK POX." If married, aro yon constantly living in dread? Is roarriaco a failure trilh you on account of anyircak- ncss cansra vy early aouto or later excesses? liavo you been drugged with mercury ? This booklet will point out to yon tho result of theso crimes and point ont how our NEW UUTIIOU TltKAT-JIEN- T wilt positively euro yon. It shows how thousands have been tared by our NKW TllRATMKNT. It proves how we can OUAHANTKK TO CUKE ANY CUHABLK CASE OH NO PAY. o treat and cure EMISSIONS, CD The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims. All we have to say is, we buy in the best markets of the world, select the latest goods, and when you buy you know you have CD CO Bed-roo- m Maple, Mahogany, Golden and Antique Oak.... Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds. Elegant Sideboards. Extension and Center Tables. x'Odd Dressers. Chiffoniers. NjfParlor Cabinet Book Cases. Ea 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. If you are a lover of beaut it will pay you to call and my line of Framed Pictures, Medallions, &c. We also make a specialty of Bird's-Ey- e K Vlltrmpvr.n cvnriir.iK m.uw STKICTUKE. ISi kss aiseares. ra CURES CilBT nilAIKS. UNNATURAL 1)IS- CtlAltuES, KIDNEY and II LADDER IMPOTBNCV. BE-- I the latest, goods. want? up-to-da- te Is that what you GUARANTEED If so, trade with In encloHng 2e stamp. CONSULTATION llrare Mm Fall. KREE. If unablo tn call, writs for Victims to stomach, liver and kidney QUESTION BLANK for HOME TREATMENT. troubles as well as women, and all feel tho results in loss of appetite, poisons n the blood, backache, nervousness. headacho and tired, listless, 3 122 VV. FOURTH STREET, feeling. But there's no need to feel Pd CINCINNATI, O. like that. Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idaville, Ind. He says: "ElcctricBit- Tcrs are just the thing for a man when he is all ran down, and don't care whether he lives or dies. It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than anything I could take. I can now eat anything and have a new lease on life." Only 50 cents, at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. Every bottle 3 guaranteed. "The Wages of Sin" sent free by WKennedys Kergan XR. White Gibson run-dow- n i News and Opinions te(OFeJ- Paint For 5 National Importance The (H Sun A,T-.Q3nS HE OBEYED ORDERS. Years ago, when Clemenccau was the mayor of Martre and at tho samo timo a deputy, he opened a dispensary in the quarter, where advice was given free, for Clcmeuceau is a specialist in skin diseases. One day ho noticed that he had just one hour in which to get his luncheon and go down to the chamber, where he had to interpellate tbe government. He called his assistant and said, "how many more patients are there waiting?" llm We have an unlimited quantity of black paint, suitable for barns, Iron Fences, Gutters, &c. Contains Both. Daily, by nail, Daily and Sunday, by nail,-$- 8 $6 a year a year ial IS THE GREATEST SUNDAY NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD. By mall, $2.00 a year. Price 5 ceats a copy. Address THE SON. New York. framing pictures. Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob- son, next door to postofflce. Depressed And IT f FRED SMITH. DENTIST. overCollinl, Grocery, same office lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. Janll-l- y is it not due to nervous Dr. Louis H. Landman west mmu oireet, uqciddhu, uuiut w!U be at the Hotel Ziramer, Richmond, Ky., on lio. &U3 Wednesday, March 8, 1899, returning every second Wednesday o each TTfrtanrM ptptt rthvalrfsn nf H.ir.h ww.ww " W " Things always exhaustion? look so much brighter when we are in good health. How can you have courage when suffering with headache, nervous prostration and great physical weakness? Would you not like to be rid of this depression of spirits? By removing the How? cause. By taking throne." As the son of a poor farmer, he was undoubtedly deprived of some of the advantages of a thorough education, but he had nature to study and bo seemed to know the flowers of every tuontii. To understand the very movements of the birds of tno air and the creeping insects at his feet. The his. soul and rolls forever and forever. tory of eld Stratford itself was indeed a L. 15. "Six," replied the man. One after the other had his case diag nosed, and Clemenccau, alter another glance at his watch, he said, "tell the other two to undress at once, as I bave only two mora minutes to wait." Ono Lee. entered, and Clemenccau wrote out a He fought as no one before or since prescription in the twinkling of an eye. has ever ought and against such odds The last man came in as naked as the as would have driven even Napoleon day when ho was born. Clemenccau to despair A'.thouth he lost, be was eyed him for a minuto and then said : nover oqt generaled in any of his cam- 'You are suffering from no skin dis from tho Rappanuock to the ease, wnat nave yon come here to y Jrmes. ho is numbered among worry me for?" tno greatest men tnat the sun ever The man lookod at him aghast for a shone upon and a man is indeed minute aud replied: "Skin disease? I when he is grand in defeat. never said I had skin disease. Your His cause is dead, his banners are man came in and told me to undress, indeed furled forever, and he himself M. le Dcput, and I did so. All I want is sleeping where tho mocking bird is cd to ask you was to use your influence siaging and the fragrant flowers are to get my sister a place in the postof- blooming beneath his own loved South fices in Algeria " ern skies, but his beauliluljl'e.glowitig Clemenccau smiled, took his name with everlasi'.ng fame, will continue to and did use bis influence. live when the stars have burned to rannio, take my advice and never ashes in their dreaming fields of bluo. The man of QaUlec. That one who marry a newspaper man." 'But your husband is a newspaper was all love, all wisdom, and all holi ness. That one in whom nineteen cent- man, and you seem to get along very uries have failed to find a single spot or well." But wo don't. Every evening he a single blimish, and the coming cent brings home n big bundle of newspa uries will but polish his glory lo a brightness unspeakable. Devine as he pers from all over the country, and It is, be stands as the light of tbe world, nearly drives me crazy." "How sol". as an unequal model, and as the savioi "I read the bargain counteradvertise- of mankind. He came to make light out of dark meiits in Chicago, Boston and other ness, to cover the faces of men with places a thousand miles off, where I smiles, as his father had wreathed this can't get to them." earth in flowers;, to fill his sorrowing A female bam Jones is stirring up people's hearts with joy, as God had fi Missouri. Recently in a sermon she led the firmament with the stars; to said: '"There is a man in this audi dispell the dark shadows of tbe once who is untrue to his wife ri am tomb and to make out of it a life ever going to throw this hymn book at him." lasting. Oh, could I speak his match Sho raised the book to throw and all less worth, and shine his glories forth. dodged but one poor man. She blissoar ana toucii me Heavenly strings 1 tered tho dodgers and lauded the one and vie with Gabriel while be slues truo man. It was afterward learned his errand, this Son of God, Devuie was that be was deaf and dumb. and we must leave the measure of his greatness into other hands than ourev A man who expects to do all his But we do know, that his life will go wife's thinking, says a corn fed philoso down through the ages as a sweet but pher, might as well marry a fool. mighty echo, which rolls Jtiai soul to pa-a- s To-daTo-da- GREENBACKS or Government Money. Will sell in any quantity at a very low price. For particulars call on or address, ....Her At close of our Civil War in 186?. there appeared in the London Times tae following : If that mischievous financial pol icy which had its origin in the North American Republic during the late Co. Civil War in that country, should beS come indurated down to a fixture, then that government will furnish its money without cost. It will have all the money that is necessary to carry on its trade and commerce. It will become prosperous beyond precedent in the history of civilized nations of lV the world. The brain and wealth of we do not handle, "because all countries will go to North America. we know nothing adout the THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE DESTROYED OR IT WILL DE drug business, but STROY EVERY MONARCHY ON THIS GLOBE." The famous Hazzard circular, to capitalists in New York, and the Buell Bank circular to United States Bank We make, sell and annlr. After more than 30 ers, both emanating from London, and years actual practical experience in the making, selling ana putting on oi paint, we icet some the fabulous corruption fund raised in what justified In claiming that we know something more about the business than those who England and Germany, estimated at have lor a short time as clerks and dealers been $1,500,000, were the agents that se selling orer the counter paints canned and keged of which they were unacquainted with cured the closing of our mints against Our line is full and complete, and in charge of Mr. M. a graduate embalmer and funeral director. It will pay you to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. Ik IMt I S, NEVILLE T MOBERLEY PHONE 23.S3. Successor to J. S. Collins. an23-3- Btu A BOON TO MANKIND! DR "Ml Paints uu TABLETS BUCKEYI en PILE CURi m -- svEwirjnpci 3j. tn tn oir-v-- a the quality of the contents. We rnarantee to silver. give to the people of this and adjoining counThe "walk into my parlor" policy ties better nalnts. that will Drodnce better re sults for less money than any concern this side ot the larger cities. Now make a list of paints of England, during and since the wanted from White Lead on. get figures from Spanish War, is the latest evidence all, then get our figures and if we are not lower and give yon better goods than aay one else. of Lnghsh Diplomacy in shaping the we won ass you to ooy, aesuny 01 tne unitca estates uovern- we promise you Remember we submit samples for your inspec ment. tion. A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. JAMES . 1 HILLS! 5 MJ W. I1H STREET. KY. lsrgest and only exclusive wholesale and retail dealer in Paints. Wall Taper. Win dow Shades. Window Glass. Oils. Varnishes.- Brushes, Artist and Painters supplies generally, stock: tne largest ana prices aiwajs me lowest. RICHMOND, 33-T-he Notwithstanding the famine price of wheat, the Spanish War, and fabu lous expenditures of money by our government during the past year, gold has increased in value eleven per cent and all other values decreased in the same proportion. tor a thorough understanding of the money question, or silver issue, the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly given evidence of its ability to teach, explain and produce all facts and truth. It is a paper that ought and can be read by all classes with pleasure and profit CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 76 cents; Bottles, so cents. . - 310 NoriS Wain Street, ST. LOUIS, F. IALLAID, Sle Praetor, & MO. For sale by PERRY THOMAS, Druggists. l"15--- Madison Monumental Works i ESTABLISHED 1863. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. H EIUU NCTON. W"" " KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. E. Ill CITE. FidiJest, Leiinjtw. Ej. ERABY, BIBLE, SttDICAL, AND COM MEECIAL COLLEGES. Ttiltlnn fir T.fterarr and Bible Coarse $32 IIO.OJO year. More than twenty teachers. .rvmn.iiTim Thnn.inds nf sneRessfal alamnl. Social and moral welfare of students receive Tvrlal attention. ODen to both sexes. For JlyS7-t- f catalogues address the President. ILK SBOET LINE TO Ml study. Then there was old T Jniiy Millions Given Away. Church with its interesting history. To the North was the great forest of Ar It is certainly gratifying to the pub Has Been Greatly Benefited by den, "wlllo here and tbe-- were those lic to know of one conce'rn in the land warm sunny slopes, gay with those who are not afraid to bo cenerons to wild flowers, that b'com forever or the tho needy and suffering. Tho proprie Congressman S. Mceklsoa of Ohio, vrrKcs tho following letter to Dr. Hartmau. world n Shakespeares verse." tors of Dr. King's New Discovery for No doubt one of the secrets of bis Consumption, Coughs and Colds, bave Dr. 5. B. Hartman, Columbus, O. useful life was his wonderful love for given away over ten millions trial bot Dxab Sm: I have used several bot home, and while he was in London tie? of this great medicine and have tles of and feel greatly bene contributing to the stores of this tbe satisfaction of knowing it has abso fited thereby. X bave bcea .afflicted world's literature, the desires and am lntoly cured thousands of hopeless bitions of this country bred Shakespeare, cases. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarse seem to return and center about the ness and all disease of the Throat, Stratford of his youth, and bis last days Chest and Lungs" are surely cared by are spent amid the scones aud associa it Call on Perry & Thomas Druggist, tions of his boyhood. Successors to W. G. White and net a It seems strange indeed that Shake trial bottle free, regular size 50c a ad $1. spearo could have, arisen so brightly Every bottle guaranteed, or price re- e, Pe-ru-n- a. Pe-ru-- na Meekisdn of Ohio W.H.Hoshal&Co, Cemmisstan Monnmeits, Tombs, Heaistenes, Statuary and Foreign and Amerlcai Marble and Granite. I Herckants.. SSiiitBBME7iil$Bl?6sSrjBiKtiiHBiH! FIRE WORK .A SPECIALTY. Those who are couteniplatincr buying Marble. Granite, or any kind of Cemetery Work, will find it to their Interest to call at the old stand in the rear of the M. . Church on Irvino Street, where they will find constantly on hand a largo stock ot llimhca work to select from, at prices to suit all clarecH of buyers, jcjbjmk. w. ij. buuutUMC, ono;ot tne best workmen in Central Kentucky, is in chareo of our establishment and this means satisfactory work- in every phase. Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs, which will be furnished on application. O. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.-!i- Cattle, logs d Iki Cincinnati, Unioit Stock Yards, -- OO TO THE- - - English Kitchen, 12 Telephone 7346. W. Short St., Lexington, Ky. elves activity to all parte that carry away useless and . polseaeas Materials from It removes the cause of your-body- New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Louis ville every Thursday night and runs through to San l'ranclsco. Ask your ticket agent for partteulirsor write to It n. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Ageat, Tjintsvillp. Kv. your suffering, because ft removes all impurities frow your blood. Send for our book .or Nervousness. r To keep in good health you must have perfect action of the bowels. Ayer's Pills cure and bIIio4Mc. Wrkm tm Terhaps 70a would Ilka to cwinH some sinteecx phjiletans aboat your condition. Taou writs oi freely all lc yonr ease. Yon will r-re a proaHt rtf If. wftfcoat coil. AMtatt. US. J. ATER. I 'UnU.hM. w Oeeters. a Free Reclining Chair Cars LoalsTllIe to Memphis and NewOrleans. A. H. HANSON. Q. P. A., Clcsjo. WM. A. K ELL WW. A. 0. f. from the darkness of such surroundings, fundod. That this .poets song, sung in the deep Sale RFrl. forest of misfortune,-could- , elver oaee Sloan's sale on Wednesday was reached the hearts of men. But the center of a la.-g-o crowd, aad every- "No song is even vain. The styes t bird, tbihgof merit brought its full value, Whose melody is sweet, is not.nnheardv. cays Auctioneer Delph. Work horses The nightengale, in lonllest woodland glen, Is ne'er beyond the charmed cars of men." in pair sold for $175 to $240; single So when Shakespeare sarigilio world horsqs nt$l01 to $110 for highest prices. heard and was amazed The usefulness Milch and dry cowsat $25to$H);Bprin of his life will continuous long as there $26; weanlings at $13. Lot is a heart for his works to .touch shoats at $2.60 per head Therefore, we will be unable to mea Young Jersoy bull at $18 will approxi uro the amount of his genius and great mate prices obtained. Commoa horses ness, until time and man shall be no h largo number at .moderate ;pric, more. We can only say that there fs Vehicles fcc-- , were In good dete&ad no height which he has not measured Jake gave tlie crowd- tut exhibkkm of no depth which he has not sounded, expert driving & fiery doable te From the dark nets and gloom of the which culminated in aeolliwoa with French Jftweiwlkm there riss another the nmUi atand, overtttraiMt that aad sun, gloiiout iu itc might, nd sbkiiag piliiajttti avetioMec Mtd eterfccal to history wmm of iU brightest Jug-heife- J. "W. XAJ7X&I, Tyeytktov. cents. Leonine 36 seats me sin Host convenient and centrally kieated hotel in the city. Fine equipped bar in cosBeotum. Ree-nla- IsSTAll information regarding live Consign REPAIRING stock cheerfully furnished. nept7-l- y your stock direct to us. JTSTVIES D. AND T1MEINQ FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. fir & Proprietor. All Wrk Gafateed.' 1 CALL Atm- - SO YEARS' EXPERIENCE pc Hon. D. Mkkkmok. with, catarrh of the head aad feel en eouraged to believe that con tinned use of will fully eradicate a dLseue of thirty yearn' standing. Yours aiaoerely. D. XXEKI90N. Th eo&tinucd roeeipi of endorsements like this for Dr. Hartman's great catarrh remedy, prove its valae beyead question. Mem of premtneiice everywhere are reotrsaiatr the Merit of and are wiliiisj i Kiw pr- ioQ to tWr tadrment itmmmm esrUltt, yaUfc alwoiata sure for etstetxfc is Pe-ru-Pe-ra-- VMM Anyone seadlng a sketch and dnserhrtlfla may utcklr aseartain oor opinion nue wamer Invention ts proonblr patentable. Coninuiileft- onsstrtcUreoRl nt free. Oldest KMiey for sesarMtrpasanis. ratents takea UiroacB Munn a Co. reeerra mtcUU fwttes, wHboat ebarce, Isyp w all . bmeatste. A aandsoiMrf Bl li DGtatfcm ot aur aetonttae Ininu ,. 9enas. .ta a SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. Copyrights Ac CltaiGHS Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be foun in tbe city are dispensed by aed accommoup-to-da- Sell Your Hides c te Scientific fttttrkat dating clerks. ScmIm Swh j iti i -- Wafer1 1 - Kaa4 m Ta. c 0 yc i Osiji(n We pay the Highest and sell ior tb Lowet Price on earth. 3ed Potatoe AND BUY YOUR at Thurman's. ' . -- PhoaeS. 3S-- Saoood 0fc HTriuj Gsoexmy Co., EX Cor, Main abo Cbeasidb. RICHMOND, , r--i i The Richmond Climax. iaffir' end Editors. C B. WOODS, Associate Editor. Herrington's difficulty in enunciation atf due to a natural defect of, speech, aud it is said that but for this trouble they would havo had difficulty in awarding tho medal over him. Lot not ds be taken as derogatory to Mr. Shropshire, for he was given tho honor ustly and will feel no mortification in being classed with tho Atlanta speaker. Thoso who wish to read an oratorical gem of purest ray, written by man of genius, should look over our first vaco and find there one of the mos; snnero speeciiea uver uuuveruu ut "WEDNESDAY, MCII. 22, 1899. BY rOllLISUHU EVERY WEDNESDAY The Glimax Printing Co. PRICK rEE YEAR, FOR AUDITOR. $1.50. ANNOUNCEMENT We arc authorized to announce JOHN B. CHENAULT, or Madison county, a candidate lor the office of State Auditor, subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention. FOR BCrBESEUTJkTIVE. .r. - . "Jess So. The Stanford Interior Journal says Of Madison,) well knbwTX "Jesse M. Alverson rounded' up" five years of faithful service in this office. Scott, tho heftyllardiiig, 'theevorlastiug Inschutzwand the bulwarlk Bennettl, Only Bigger remaiUs, a fine chip off thejj old block of grariltd, 'tis true, but tliey others have gono from us, perhaps for ever, "the finest ' trained, the most glor- -' ious learn that ever wore the cream and crimson of C. U. Mr. Cunningham has earned a great reputation in the professional world for his pitching, but lis fame: thus achieved will be eclipsed long befo'ro tbe'glorj? of the Ol.d Guard of '98 fades from the memory of man"; mrearjoiits. As tlie."wero his jupils their glory is his also. "We wish Mr. Cunningham a pleasant stay, though the "meteorological out look" is not propitious for a great amount of outdoor work for tho team. ' ' AAAAAAA PtENTY 6F COaL. ... 7f 7f 70 ) I And can fill Piae i promptly.Straightorders Greek Knot and Otar 5 Are you married? : Strictly Cash. Coals can not be excelled. We also handle Hay, Corn, etc. Telephone 21, near R. N. I. k B. Depot. -- TornM, NEFF & MILLION. 5 f MONEY. Come to my store and "convince' in reduction i7 iZ"Wraps, Dress. vourself of the wonderfuli TT : i, T. tS TT 'oV-T- r .V?. r wuui jausaury, xniiniieus vumiurts UOOaS, underwear, tit 'and Notions of all kinds. r-r if so I mean to any particular house, BESTget a divorce GOODS you can get the ami buj' where forth.o-LEAS- T Playballl Death of Sidney Johnson. Friday, during which he has never been lato to work and hasn't missed ,a Sidney Johnson is dead! " This' an- The Richmond Bicycle Club Is going week on account of sickness in all that inounccment will cause great sorrow righ't' along-wit- h the action ot the Democratic party. its work arranging for time. Thero are few better printers. here to many friends. He died at Lit- thofcreat event to be called off here iu We are authfiriied to announce "W. W. COMBS a candidate to succeed himself in the Thatxmr line of Men's Boots and Shoes are- - the most complete and best who' stands higher with any tle Rock. Ark , last Friday night, aged June, whenjilLtho .clubs iu tho State. next general assembly of the State of Kenalso carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls: My inthe.eity. tuckysubject to the will of the Democratic Alvcrso.nL"' office than-AIr- . about 33 years. Few students of C. U. will meet in annual, session to hold party. stock of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only a few prices Coming from that source tho compli havo ever attained the position In the races and elect officers. It will bo a two' making them go : .that are-noment is weightier than njerp words, and hearts of our citizens held by this days evenf.-auwe,, trust bur citizens Tnis'adininistration is guilty of many must' bo deserved to bo won. If Jess plendid type of southern manhood, wfll appreciate the importance of having sins of "commission." ; Blankets, 10-- for 38c' to $5.00. ever coes.to Congress or prevents. Davi It has been thirteen years since he so many visitors with us and that every Comforts, Large Size, 50c: arid up. son from carrying Lincoln county in the was graduated, since wo heard him de effort will be made tp uphold the repu Lbt tho horseless ago conic. Our . . .. i ? i' .1 t. 1. i Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50c. oration, tation of the community for hospitality. Uturu 1I1H UIUUHlun win uu tauniiuu liver his soldiers will then bo fed on sure enough Next to his handsomo wife ho thinks "Nhrbt Brliiirs Out Tho Stars." The Ladies' Vests, 15c. and up. beof. At tho last weekly meeting . at the more of Mr. Walton and Gov. McCreary University was scarcely oat of its swad' store of the President, Mr. H. Hose, 19c. Ladies' All-woGov. PixanEE refuses to beliovo his A than ho does himself. Wo nsked Marion dlintr clothes, friends had rison In its tbo following committees wero named: Spool Cotton, lc. and up. own argumontathat he is not a Repub... Green in 18S9 to give Jess a job in his hour of need, thousands had been con 100-Yar- d Spool Silk, 5c. Executive Committee. J. D. Clark, MAKING A GREAT RACE. lican. office and if be didn't give .satisfaction tributed to give it strength and perma A. II. Zaring, J). P. Armer, French MV 12 Yards Lace, 5c. S' From the Bitr Sandv to tho Purchase, from tho Ohio to the Tennesse line we would pay all expenses. He gradu nence. This was tho central idea of Tipton, J. C. Morgan, C. E. Woods, We suggest a new motto for the ReHandkerchiefs, lc. and up. Madison's candidate for Auditor is making a canvass of remarkablo strength, ated there in five years, and is taking a his theiye, and as a climax thereto he rTuper Hood, Cy Douglas. publican party: "In Now Jersey We Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up. Printer) degree turned and pointed to the portrait of con F. C. P. (First-Clas- s He is wisely taking no part or parcol in the Gubernatorial contest, but is Race Committee. A- - H, Zaring, Cy Trust." per yard. Brown Cotton, fining himself strictly to his own race. He has behind him the solid support of on tho Interior Journal. tho University's beloved benefactor, Douglas, Georgo Simmons. Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. only oxcusc so far offered for the his home countv and is beyond all peradventure of a doubt the leading candi The Singleton P. Walters, as the bright par Pigeon Shooting all tho Rage. Prizes. J.D. Clark, R. M. Pulley, had beef is that it was not half so bad date before the party of tho stato for Auditor. Overcoats, $2.50 and up. ticular star that burst liko the arm ot Charles Douglas. A club composed of ton members-eas it smelled! Mr. Chenault possesses every qualification for the office. Ills sixteen years gaged in pigeon shooting near the fair God lrom the sleeve of darkness, and A. II. Zaring, Press. French Tipton, Always watch for my advertisement, I can save you money. banking experience peculiarly fits him for the position, whilst his practical bus' grounds, on the four mile road, Friday 6aved the University. But tho gentle, D. R. Freeman, C. E. Woods. d Tun President is enjoying a iness sense, his collegiate training, his firmness, breadth, and general capacity afternoon- - A great deal of interest chivalrous, brainy boy is no more C. E. Woods. Fred Advertising. rest after carrying Alger nnd "Ke-vjvvjeek would give the party a standard boarer that would beget the confidence of all was manifested in this event, which The traits and talents that won the GrinsteaJ, Sharp Holmes, J.C.Morgan. &oo&s Eagan for two years. classes. His ability and his Democracy alike are on tho party's altar. Ho has was planned several weeks prior to Iovo aud admiration of Iris college, com Score Cards. D. P. Armer, John Fnou late developments it is proved done ereat servico for his party in critical contests and we commend this fine tho date set for the sliooting. Iachr nanions were ...clorifled iirhis niaturer Harris, C. L. Burns, Rufus Sims, Frank ., .. . t i. that tlio charges are unfounded against specimen of manhood to tho consideration of the State. member was entitled to shoot at ten years, aud to tno circio oi inenusmiu Kennedy. are added thousands tho army cannod beef for the reason Tickets. J. C. Morgan, E. V. Elder, live pigeons, making a total of one hun- mourn him Lore that it was canned horse. Union City after a long absence at to the "club of others, who will rejoice, as we do, Rufus Sims. dred, which 111. . Tranportation.-7-Kupe- r Hood, David by Mr. Harry S. Morgan, of Whites that he was their friend. The Attorney General of tho United ' Mr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Biccerstaff at We are indebted to President Logan Ringo, E. V. Elder, Frank Kennedy, ft-- Station. A majority of the club never States is from Sow Jersey, whero all tended tho fuueraltf the latters father, before shot at pigeons and at the begin- - of Central University for a copy of the Jlurton Farris. tho great trusts are being incorporated. Adam Bauni, at Mt. Sterling on Saturmight be Arkansas Gazetto, of March 18, and . Singular coincidence, or rather it is a day. In other months we forget ing the birds did not drop asbut toward from a column notice of Mr.- Johnson's J. Soliciting Committee. Cy Douglas, Cor. Main and 1st Sts. D. Clark, Joo Giuuchlgliani, D. R, Richmond, Ky. expected by an onlooker, been quite ill. Judge. Sullivan has coingulnr singleness. 79v having suffered, a' relapse, but is im- the harsh winds of Spring, Freeman, Charles Douglas. Geo. Sim the labt each merabor seemed to get death we extract tho following: M M M M W M M M t &f H n 'All- Little Rock orieves over tho mons, J. C. Morgan, C. L. Burns, D. P. moro steady and very few birdd left Maw: Haxna is willing to admit that proving. they have their use, as Miss Maude Fisher, of Tampa, Fla 'But " W v m 5 fS the grounds without being' wounded death of Mr. Sidney J Johnson, which Armer. 4 fl the Republican platform of 1900 will was here last wcok," to attend tho funer- , f! t t if some say, to mow out me Below is given the number of birds occurred at 10:30 m., yesterday, at his what it said in 1800 about al of her father. raitorate trusts. Tho Republican platform of Mr. R. lu Goucher. of. Junction City, bad air accumulated after killed by each ' member but Of- - ten residence, 1401 Scott Btrect The an " nouncement that tho oud had come 1S06 was silent on Ho subject of trusts. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. Goucher, Winter storms and Spring chances: i was a shock to tho city. It was known on Fifth street. Harvoy Chenault HE (? rf Admihabi.k(?) Sampson has surrender7W n W ? fK There is far more Matt S.Cohen. . . Mrs. J. D. Rawhings, wife of the R. thaws. that Mr. Johnson hnd been confined to ed at last. He bus given up hispromotion X. I. & 1$. conductor, of Versailles, is Keale Dennett 8, at which Jiis homo since February important accumulation of R. E. Turley . to a Rear Admirak-y- . in order to create visiting friends here. titno ho suffered a broken leg whilo R. R. Rurnam . a . Mr. and Mrs. T. Dykes, of Clark, Badness in the veins and arsympathy for an otherwise tenth-rat- e coasting with a party of friends on Waller Chenault Z homo, alter visiting Mr. captain, which he was before lavoritc-is- have returned Dykes. RapIey .IIill. He improved apparently teries of humanity, which T. J. Smith, Jr. . -. and Mrs. Jesso snatched him from obscurity. E. E. Mitcholl . right alpng, however, aud onlv Thurs- Mr. J. Harry llondren is located at needs Hood's Sarsaparilla. las Arbtickle . . ." Corbett, Oregon, which, by the way, is lity night his condition appeared so fa A careful reading of tho report a long ways from Foxtown. This creat Sprint Medicine clarifies J. "W. Smith . . .. vorable that his wife and his brothets nothing else'can. It cures blood as ill a do by the senate committee in tho Mrs. J. B. McGinn and daughter re- the . . 3S were happy over the thought that he Number birds killed. liver troubles, Hanna bribery case will doubtless re- turned last Thursday to Versailles af- scrofula, kidney disease, ailments, rnus "We can safely say that lnoro-tharheumatism ana kindred would soon bo well. Ten days ago tho You tell your folks that when in need of anything in the Hardware, Tinware or Stove veal the fact that linnna was vindica- ter visiting Mrs. Grant E. Lilly. it gives perfect health, strength and aplllty out of one hundred birds .Were attondintrnlivsicion expressed tho ap Gov. and-Mr- s line, not to stop until they get to the Old Reliable House of D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. Jas. 11. McCreary left petite for months to come. ho did nothing ted on the grounds that thirty-eHjli- t "counted prehension that possibly complications Mr. and Kidneys "My kidneys troubled me. killed, but only. They are now buyingfor more than many of. his colleagues and last Thursday to visit Chicago. Mrs. legmimu in lrom as the others killed did not iall inside resuitnnt heart, the injured was express Robert II. McCreary in and on advice took Hood's Sarsaparilla volve the llio hope predecessors have io:io. D'. Miller which gave prompt relief, "better appetite. and Mr. and Mrs. A of the required limit. ed, however, that such a possibility It for a My sleep Is refreshing. 3173cured my wife daughter, Elizabeth, leave Mr. Jas. W. Smith, who is considered would not bo realized. This liopo was Denny Street, also." Michael Boyle, Senator Cfandlek says he is not yet visit to relatives at narriiuau, Menu. Pittsburg, Pa. one of the best,bird shots in 'Madison strengthened by improvement from dny And receiving the Largest and Most Complete Stock (for the Spring trade), .that ever came to Richmond. willing to believe that the Republican Mr. N. V. White is back from CinDyspepsia " Complicated with liver county, failed to scoro but a single shot to day in his condition. A fatal turn experience in the hardware business and they think they know the people's They liave ha'd a life-tim- e party passed entirely into tho hands of cinnati, whore he purchased heavily and kidney trouble, I suffered tor years carmj veMerdav about 7:30 a. m and Hood's wants. They are prepared to sell you anything in the hardware line for less money than 3011 can get the ih trusts. This declaration calls to iif spring and summer goods for White with dyspepsia, with severe pains. hearty," although ha killed a majority of his Mr Johnson s death soon became Sarsaparilla made me strong and & Gibson. ; birds, but they fell dead outside the mattor of but a few hours and the fear mind n famous couplet: same goods anywhere. Now when you are not trading with S. & Co., just keep your hand on your rabbit Jl. KHF.KTOjt, Mam btreet, Auburn, Me. fifty-yar- d Miss Julia Iliggins was welcomed line and wero not 'counted oxprcssed by tho physician was sadly woman convinced against her will "A Hip Disease "Five running sores on foot and your eye peeled for hoodoos. flir. Joiinson wasconscious to home on Saturday from a Is sf the tame opinion still." my hip caused me to use crutches. Was Others fared almost tho same way realized, though sufferini: intensely the lasc. visit Were he very willing to believe, Now in Washington, Baltimore and confined to bed every winter. Hood's Sar The club will meet next Friday and IDs wife ami his two brothers wero York. saparilla saved my life, as It cured me perMr. Chandler could find plenty of eviAm strong Amos will probably admit new members and with him to the end. Mrs. A. T. Million was at Lancaster fectly. JQ XVitirtH Gf and "Pwell' fnea VU Irer 'On December 9. 1892, Mr. Johnson dence to HipMrt the charge that the last week and secured considerable Pne.i. .won., O perfect arrangements for another shoot V was married to Miss James wnson ' trusts hold the Republican party in businesa for tho Southern Mutual Ining. t, Norfleet, daughter of Hon. F. M. vestment Co. th hollow of their baud. A Remarkablo a Parallel. ono of tho leading citizens of Miss Ella Parkes has the position of Memphis, Tenu. No children wero Over on tho east side of tho ceme born to tlio couple. Mrs. Johnson is stenographer in tho olllce of Attorney 1 It. S. Latshaw, New York Life tery, in this city, in tho strip allotted social favorite, as was her husband, and Letter, the Wheat King, Here, Building, Kansas City, Mo. Hood'a Pill enre liTcrlllg.thanon-lrrltatlnganto tho graves of colored people, stands tho tears of manv saddened friends will od)7 cathartic to take with llood'a Sriftprill. Jlrs. Joe Carr, of Paris, was hero great be Mr. F. Corzelius, proprietor of the Richmond was yisitedlast Friday by a plain, modest slab, which bears the bo mintrled with hers in tho liifet week. Vendome, at Ashland, tho finest hostelreavement." Jospph Leiter, the famous young Nafollowing'inscripliou:' Alias Laura Lynn has returned from ry in eastern Kentncky, is the guest of poleon of tho Chicago grain pit, and All those having claims against the estate of Tennessee. . his son, George, at the Hotel Glydon. Leonard W. Doolan a well remembered "To the Memory of VALLEY VIEW Perkins, dee'd , will please file same while nothing positive is known re Columbus undersigned, MARIA FENWICK: Mr. Vernon L- - Vaughn, of Irvine, Dr. J. W. Poyntz leaves to day for a student of C. U. died last Wed properly verified on or with the aud Friend WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK. Next week garding the object of his coming, it is before the 25th day of May, 1893, or same will was horo last week. much needed visit in tho east. While nesday in Shelby county. Ho was for My Devoted Nurse B. B. MILLION, Admr., Manager G. A. Roy was in Nicholas believed that he came to inspect the be barred. ibis is .Erected by ESgHLadies' Fleeeed-line- d Mrs. Wm. Crow is visiting her sister, absent he will look in on some of the years President ot tlio bhelby r air, Hose worth 20ets for mchS-t- w With the will annexed. G. G. Vest.". villo Monday. leading hospitals and seo how the sick and the foremost school teacher of that Mrs. Lucy Welch, at Danville. R N. I. & B. road, with a view of bid lOcts; 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c. Bargains The slab is leanning and beginnin; county. Dr. Elmer Northcutt was iu Irviue ding for at the next sale. Mr. Leiter Mrs II. C. Jasper spent several days aro treated in those institutions. it this week in table linen, napkins and counterAesociato editor Mclntyro, of the Garrett. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gar to be covered with lichens, whilo the ouo day last week. witli Cincinnati lrieiuls last week. Wilmore, is visit and a party of six or seven capitalists W. B. Rhorer, of panes. Mrs. Curtis F. ISurnam nnd Miss Harrodsburg Democrat; was a visitor rett ot Livingston, are mourning the grave at the head of which it is planted spent Friday night at the Glyndon, and here last wcefcj. Several of the best deatli of their babe. is sunken, but it tells (he story of a ing his sister, Mrs. A. E. Goosoy. Lucia wero in Cincinnati last week. C. U. aro from Mercer, which died last-weestudents at The mother was Joe Wharton, a"ent at leene, visited there must have been some big scheme Julia A. Crandall's, Ex'r., - Pllf. ) Notice of Mr. Newton Dunn is visiting his liggor, tho Chathams, and others. gentleman, who, having his uncle, M. formerly Miss Nellie Fish, sisterof Mr. k. Wharton triday. on liana, lor ttiey remained up an Against brother, Mr. Win Dunn, in Kaycite. aaie Dry Goods, Notions and other articles. ReHave you seen Tom Moberley? He Carlos Fish, of Paint Lick, who was won fame aud fortune in his western Mrs. Mary Smith, of Irive, is visiting night and received telegrams through Clark Crandall, Etc., - - Dfts. ) In Equity Mr. Anderson Chenault and Miss ie just home from Hot Springs, and is for a while an efficient deputy unde home, did not forget tho devotion of By virtue of a Judgment and order of Sale of member the name when in doubt. her son, Hamilton 11. btnith and wile. out their stay. Tho operator was at his the Madison Circuit Court, rendered at the Kmily are at home from Washington, the best possible advertisement of the County Clerk White, of Madison. . that faithful old heart which overflowed E; L Hadou was in Cincinnati last tablo until day light, and the pnrty Inlt January term thereof. IS99, in the above style 1). V. Harvey. Mrs. Nannie E. Harvey, curative waters of that famous resort. cause, the undersigned will, on THOS. MEIGHEN, Mr. A. T. Rice, of Paris, was tbo guest He looks fine and after his deserved wife of W.J. Harvey, Lsq., died on with sympathy when his childish sor week where he purchased a largo line on the morning train. They visited of his brother, Mr. Z. T. Rico, last rest is ready for a long siego of iiard March 9. at her homo, near Baldwin rows were poure"d into hor willing enrs, of spring aud suuimer goods. Irvine and returned to Chicago Satur Friday, March 24th, 1899, Cor. Dr. Thomas AVeleh, of Nicholasville, (nov23-ly- ) week. work. RICHMOND, KY. Main and Ciieapside. after a two week's illness of typhoid and when the hand which cuided the Between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m.. and 12 day. Miss Marcaret Howell visited Miss Mr. Frank Walker, or more properly fever. Deceased was 40 years of age tottering steps of his infancy was still was called Saturday to see a Jittle child o'clock m.t at the premises in llichmdnd, Don't leavo a door open after you, Madison county. Kentucky, nroceed Jennie Pnrkes, near Paint Lick, last "Dr" Walker, was compelled on ac- and leaves a husband and lour cnn ed in deatli ho paid this small tribute of G. A. Roy's that was very sick. to public sale, to the highest bidder, the folftf) Born Thero arrived at the homo oi when you find it closed. week. eft count of serious trouble with his eyes, dren. Burial at the family burying lowing described property, viz: to her memory. The man who did this E. B. Scrivener last Wednesday night Two lots with good dwellings, etc., thereon in Mr. Charles Waldeil has returned to to give up Im .medical studies in Richmond, Ky. 1st. A lot of land on the in Louisville for a' weok or so, and Kanatzer. Air. Harvey lias the sym lias few equals iu a rough and tumble tho latest edition of humanity, of which south side of the Richmond and Big Hill pike, the lias been tho guest of his parents, pathy of many inends. debate or as an eloquent orator, and evcrv counlo think they possess boy. known as the J. B. Crandall residence, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Wade Walker. bounded and described as follows: Beginning Fisher. The death of Mr. Thos. M who recently said of the lato Justin S finest copy iu the form of a baby FREIGHT at a point on the Big Hill Dike corner to lot No. filled with suction and testing appara brlelly mentioned m PREPAID. 3 (shown on plot filed herewith made by 8. Dr.D. L. Ringo. who for the past Fisher was only He tus for milk, and automatic alarm la Tuesday Morrill, of Vermont: piKe rarnsnj; ieet to me three months has been employed as our last issue. cancerdied early stomach For this style line of lotinence witn saia was kind, courteous, ccnial. and regulate supply and demand. "He No. 1 on said thence at rieht of tlio precriptionist by Douclas & Wells, re- - mormnc oi new higli anele and with sontheast tilot. of lot No. 1 191); away from the poor and line he never turned arm semnp singned to accept a position with Bob- - liunal m Millersburg, Bourbon county. distressed. If all those to whom ho WAKPJ3P AND WOVEN FOB thence at right angle 68f feet to the line Deceased machine with leet; ko.3; inence at right angle ivrieet to Drug Co., or ltaleigli, Ix dren, Mrs.leaves a wifeofand five clul did acts of kindness could whisper READERS AND COLORED TO all nttach-znent- s of lot ana point o: beginning. 223 B. H. B. Hogg, ::: tno puce this city, Mr Lexington, C. Mr. Ringo's efficiency as a drug war rnbaii.rmii)iD itisi Zd. A lot described as follows: Situated on grave, it would make an across SUIT THE TIMES. Fisher, ranted loyears. If the south side of Bier Hill nlke lvine southeast gists and menial dlsoopition have made J. H. county: of Ruddles Mills, Bour anthem his sweeter and more sonorous Miss Maud l'lsher, of machine isnot sat. of and adjoining tbe former lot and fronting on The Kentucky river is out of tho film a number u! menus wnorecret his bon Isfactoiy In 33 day sam pice 37 leet ana running Dacic in a westhan any that ever pealed througl p Journal of Osteopathy sent free on application. departure and wish hi nr. succees in his Tampa Florida; and Misses Edna and cathedral aisle. Sir, ho sleeps, aud banks aud rising slowly. money will be terly direction 197 diverging to a width in Delia a isher. ot .Laredo, Texas. Send cash the rear ot 33 feet. feet, Lyons is erecting .a room to be G. M. new home. Mr. E.C. Wines will suc v sleeps well, in tho granite mountains of used as a store room with, order. Deot Spring TERMS. Sale will be made on a crSditofS and postolhco. ceed him. Th Baum. In tho death of Adam Baum ins native scriptive circular anu until those moun The- purchaser will be CUSEDwith vcgetabln a prominent, influential, iiiciuy cs tains are stale, by. fervid heat his A. D. Goosey has rented Hotel Burtent ca applica- and 12 months equally. with approved security, required to give bond, Itinediw. Have enrvd melted Miss Laura Lynn pleasantly enter teemed citizen of Montgomery county tion. many thousand cacs for the payment ot the purchase money, to memory will be loved and cherished ton. Mine Host Goosev will take Seem somewhat delajed, judging tained five couples at Crokinole on caIIm! honeles. In ten IVl'K'Q CO., beareffect of judgement, have the WHAYNE LOUISVILL. KY. ing legal force andfrom the aday of sale, with a lias ueen reinuvcu iruui unit cummunidays atlrast loved and possession at onco. orall symptoms mov-ml.. Interest from tho weather, but you will be Mondav night Delightful refreshments tv. His wealth is estimated atsJOO.000 not only bv tho peopld-whLsBO FOURTH AVK.. TratimnninUnnd TETI DATS ruatmi-n- t f upon said property until all the lien reserved The grandest event of the season in mch22-6convinced they aro hero if you take were served. Miss Marry Collins and but the affectionate esteem in which he trusted him, but by thoso of tho entire purchase money is paid. this nock of woods culminated in This will be your last notice OR. H. H. GREEK'S SOUS, Box K.Atlanta. Qu. n walk through our store. Our Dr. Dunn came off victorious. It was was held bv the people of hi3 town and union." S. E. SCOTT, M. C M. C. C. mchlS-2at long preparations are now bearing a jolly party and Miss Lynn could not county, In. honoring the memory of his old urand social hop W. tho residence- of for 189S taxes. All taxes- - due a ncu legacy to tne Beck last Thurs Mr. and .Mrs. G. fruit. Tho now goods aro showing u.ivtr muimuu uu uiueruiuiuiuuk uiuru bereaved win be H. lamlly. .wire from real estate will be adlie leaves a E. L, black mammy George Graham Vest, day nlaht. Amonc those from a dis all over tho storo. and a choicer, to 'the taste of theconcrcnial nartv. Mr, hnd four children, Mrs. Robert U. S. Senator from Missouri born and tance who craced tho happy ovent by fairer-price- d lot of merchandise has Jim Keale is President and appointed vertised and sold on April Biggerstaff. of this city, and . William reared in this city but honored him their presence wore: Miss Emma never reached tho town. A few tne next meeting witn iuiss Laura uen-uetf- Edgar and Rudolph Baum. 3rd, County Court day, all tax Cincinnati, Ohio, West. Jessamine: Henry Moore, Spears: ?o.fi03 West Ninth Street, nt any titno agreeable to her. Mr. self. I'rank fort Roundabout. 'pioccsiulho various departments due on personalty will be 0. L. Dorman, Beattyville: J. R. Dor-- will be at the Hotel Zimmer, Richmond, Ky., on Joel Tribblo rtnd Mr. Louis Nealo will . are mentioned. Mershon. Mrs. Catherine Mershon A Professional .Ball Player Here. man, High Bridge: Henry P. Reid be heavily fined for levied on at any time, and all a relative of Mr. John Mershon, of this Wednesday, April 12, 1899, FURNITURE. Tho famous pitcher, Bert Cunning Charlie Miller and Ciydo Hart, Rich v Hon. Brutus J. Clay, of Richmond, city, died last week at (Jorbin, aged 72 poll tax not p'aid at once will As iidirihiistrator of R. B. Cornell-soham, of tho Louisvilles, arrived last moud, and others whose names I hav returning every second Wednesday o. each deceased, I will pn ts crcuilod with having tlio indorse aiie was tne granamoiner oi Airs, jou be garnislieed - whe'rever notsnace to mention. A hqiriplike cozlness follows the use ment of the Republican members arid J. Hagnn. month. Eeference every physician ot Rich" week and is coaching the Central Uni febl6-lTo justly describe the most brilliant mond, Ky, Tho Stanford Journal says: of properly chosen furniture. Your be possible to do so. You will Kentucky Congress of 'taste will find a wide range in our ional delegation.the tlie rang .Expos! Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mershon, Mis vorsity team, as ho did last year, when of all brilliant events, Rite's pen should lor elected me to collect your tax, , . . Forsvthe and Holman btewart accom .. t new spring stock. i it won the college championship, do be dipped in liquid cold nnd rainbow iiuu coinioisKinuersiiiu. out mat sort oi tints. Tho brightly lit parlors, the soft and that am sure-t- o do. remains of indorbement dosn't seem to be having panied thofrom Corbin Mrs. Catharine feating Center 11-- 0 vin ono . of their strains of music lrom Owen Walker's Master Commissioiiop Mershon to this place games. CARPETS. term, 1839, County Court, entered at its March Respt.,- much influence at tho White House Mr. Cunningham is a most kaleidoscopi string, the undersigned, StsteBank & Trust Company, nowadays when it conies to deciding Wednesday morning. Mrs. Mershon gentlemanly player, aud, wo believe, fumed, in" stlk,.- band tho About ilie hour ot 10 o'clock, n. iu , H. H. COLYER, of Richmond, Kentucky, will as assignee ot colors satin and gauze, the Exquisitely soft nnd rich in color. wfiat snail be uono with vacant office; died of a complication of troubles and from premises, John Powers, sell publicly upon the premises mch8-4PHOs. Notice ot Many patterns never shown before, outside the State. Kentucky has lan had been 111 five weeks. very proper person to have train th bhtzo of jewels, tho fairy Hitting forms Edna Tillet, Etc., Sheriff. on tlioon Cig Hill ono milo in Madison county, Ky., on Pike, offer for salt Sale Against that whirled through the dance, now Elizabeth Turner, and at prices that will make tlicni guished in Republican arms for Awhile, young men. Jle encourages tliem b; last, now slow, to lydean strains wafted Deft.) in Equity. publicly, tho following described propPond Pond onrly movers. Only tho most butsho Is tired of company and tho PerryviIIe Rev. John G. aged 8odied erly: Ono years saying at this time last year ot a Judirni! ent and order ot frame residence By virtue through tho ball room made a scene the Madison ot Circuit Court, rendered Saletho skilled and oxpciienccd labor em L resident is not uolug any worrying as For over a last at with about fpur (4) acres land. Tho quarter of a century he was of that now famous club was inferior like unto the night whon "Bolgiums' .Tnnnnrv term therof. 1839. in the above style ployed; all work guaranteed. house is in excellent repair, contains to,tiow ie may oblige a btate tfiat will pastor oi the Alt. Uiicad iinpttst church cause, the undersigned will, cn go against him in the next presidential .this, county, iour children surviv to what ho has this year to work upon capital had gathered there her beauty seven rooms, all necessary aud her chivalry." The hours roiled Friday, But we construo such praiso tobo mere on, vet tlio torpsichoreau muse nresid good orchard niid cistern. Tho rece. Ait. Vernon .signal. March 24Ui, 1899, him. Miss Nettle Pond, Mrs. 'Ely. Mr All thoso having against the Salem-Ross- , Also four and a son, John Pond ly a good method of encouragement to ed until fair luna had hid herself be Between the hours ot 1 o'clock p. m and 2 Beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., to the highest Joseph Heathman. claims will please estate of land is highly improved dee'd., file same following property, best bidder properly verified at onco to acres, unimproved land on south sido Funeral' services were conducted on our boys this year. Every member o'f hind the wcstnrn lulls, and. tho crolde o'clock p. m., at the Court House door, in and certain tract the land located On the viz. : ot waters A B.B MILLION, Admr., proof pike. At the same time and placo Sundav last at Mt. Gilead. followed by of Silver Creek, and on tbe Silver Creekand mch8-iorb of day kissed the earth with liquid Richmond, Madison county, Kentncky, With the will annexed. expose to public sale, I will sell 1 rockawav, 1 buggy horse, interment in the cemetery there beside this year's team, with ono exception llcht, and after each and all had ceed to the following described to the highest Menelaus Turnpike, containing i33 scree, more property, vit or less bidder, Bigger, is a now man True there are 1 set of harness, 1 milch cow, 1 piano, A WCOUlng Ot Un- - his wife who died two years ago. M the appurtenancen A tract thanked that courtly cavalier,. V. E thereon, onof land, withTatcs Creek, in MadiSaid farm is One of tbe most desirably located usual beauty was that of Miss Pattie Pond v3 a familiarfiguro to the citi somo promising ones, notably Tadlock, ChaSe. by whoso kindness thoy were and a lot of plows, Ac. ' the waters of county , being on a Turnpike son county. Kentucky, and bounded as follows : farms In Madison ' TERMS All sums under $10 cash Hundreds of now, novel designs' Wilson and Rev. D. P. Ware, which zens of Madison. Ho was a man the Thomspom, Hall, Chatham, Howe, Jjo- - allowed tho exquisite pleasure of par On the south by the lands of Wm. Bnrgis,on and IK miles from Silver Creek Station on and ovory color combination. If you took place j)n Wednesday nfternoon great strength ot character and deep a good dwelling house L. & N. B, B.,it in hand; over,that amount cash. J in the east by the lands of J. W. Stafford, on tho all necessary has ticipating in the brining deiiguts oi ' freshened up," take the last at tho Methodist church at College piety. He was z valiant Union soldier, gan, Adams and others, but with thereon in good haven't by on tho six months and balance in twelve present north by atherlands of defendant, and to con repair. The land is fertile nnd productive, and hop. where each west Creek, and supposed mattor up now; come and see the Hill. The church edifice was prettily, a Colonel ot a colored regiment 11 never-dyin- g memory of that splendid social a queen of love's Vonus months witli interest at 0 per cent. is well watered, and in most excellent condidomain, who tain four Tates (k Acres, more or lfcss. was now lino. uecoratqu anu crowueu witn mends death will cause widespread regret. Possession given immediately. team of Jasfypar," Wq cannot, bufhsk could chase cupids bow, that pierced TERMS. Sale will be made on a credit of tion. th; same time and place the following per At and relatives. Tho ceremony was said The purchaser win be required wbere'is tho mighty; Martin, the superb the the Reid, while the six months.with approved security, for the pay-to sonal property win aiso oe ioiq: a. lot oi larm- ttive bond, by kov. w.i'. wyati, tue music be lng Speed, tho victorious "Vinegar Bill,' Miller ground his affections in the hop ment ot the purchase money, to have the lorco ageaImplements, tools and machinery; three msre ing furnished by Mis3 Sallie Powellan males; one per of bashfuInesB, alter .winch they and effect of a replevin bond, bearing legal In - yearling- - horse male; seven head mule; ore feb22-5of horses; Administrator. organist of ability. Tho attendants the redoubtable Denny, the splendi terest from the day of sale, with a Ilea re- IS cows: heifers and calves: two vearlinrbnlls; nil vamoosed tbo. ranch. upon Coken'd llurfs in a New York Sale. mi property wero Miss Madcre Wilson, tho bride's ' yearling steers; seven hogs; and a lot .of nat. rhdcft JavEilEs8. serveamnn.v saia a. SCOTT,unui C. Mtoe pai- three is im crio. corn sister, and Mr. Quincy Covington, Mies M. tS. E. Messrs. Wagers & Cohen (na Mat say CO. Awarded TERMS The personal property will b sold mcht5-2Wilson Litest arrivals ,nro decidedly at Alico Urinston ana rroi. Jas. anu ac "Mr. Wagers and his son, Mat") will Highest Honors a ejedlt of sixty days for all sums of $100 Bewanl. $100. World's Fair, Slo.lMJ anSAVer. the Durchaner will co reauired weaves, now ideas m llio bride, wno was a popular tractive now to give note with approved security, bearing compllshed teacher, is the oldest shortly ship to New York about two paper will be h goods in6i!ksV pattonus; Tho readers of this Aid Whiskey EaMto interest irom a&.e oi sale, an sums lest than daughter of Pleasant Wilson. The dozen saddle and roadster horses, cured at fcoste wttht tl5.no to be paid for in cash. nleasod to learn that Uiere is at least Madras and Muslins. groom Is pastor .of. tho. Methodist which they will dispose of at the Hook of pari lias one dreaded disease, that science MIYING tlcutars sent CMC otLAND The land will be eold opon a credit six- and twelve months to bear inurest from church at Clay City, Powell county. stages and DR B.H W00LLET been able FocnreJn all its As executor of Leo Jako "White, I American Horso Exchango sale- - to be day ot sale, and the purchaser will be re1M North I'ryor at. the llajl's Catarrh Cure is ouice. that is Catarrli will oiler for sale, ou the premises, quired to give bond with approved security fov We have recently engaged an held in New York, April 10. MTM HEALTttmANI PLEASURABLE, near Foxtown, the. prche mcney. with a lien retained, to the only positive cure now known to at 2:00 p. m., on hare, tbe force and effect ot a Judgment. Tho Climax has seen tho- list of and, offer expor.t-drape- cthe rmulical fraternity. Catarrh being and you can also say, extremely-comforthorses and if somebody don't go over a constitutional disease, rponires a con Cole.-- To Cole. J. Ftitntion'al treatment Hall's Catarrh mi his services at reasonable gir), named tho'wifeof for AV. beloved the list and pick out. a few of the S3, able, wh'en you are T Ada Mae, County Court entered at its March term. 1893. a (Juro is taken futernally, acting direct 1 tho State Bank & Trust Company as assignee driving in one of our easy sister of 'Mrs. Cole,-MiHAda William choicest then this State will lose a score prices. ly upon the blood .and mucous surfaces 3. J. Powers will at the samn time and place of sou, of Indianapolis. of the best bred and best trained aniTwo lots immediately in Foxtown, tho foregoing sale sell publicly to the highest of the system, thereby destroying the and containing about 23 acres one farm of and best bidder tbe following real estate ot and handsome Buggies mals seen hero iu a long while. foundation of tlfo disease, and giving J. J. Fawers. the patient strength ,by building np the Our" stock, of fine IU 0 ncre3, dying" a fow hundred 2:lghty three acres of land located oa tho Phaetons. Hew a Split Up Cams Hw ' Leslng (Is yards south oi Foxtown on tho Richwaters ot Stiver Creek iaHsHon county, Sr., constitution and assisting nature in doto I am Said. Owner The Prize. ing' its work. Tho proprietors have so Drahma ready at $1fnrnUh Thoroughbred Uzki adjoining the foregoing lmii craved. fcigMy-thr- carriages is unsurpassed for mond and Lexington turnpike.. The IS. The cockerels that Eggs for acres of land ie well ti'Uk. Gaines. Mrs. Margaret Gaines, aged much faith in its enrative powers, that I bought a few weeks aro are from the ceo that and ose of the best pieces of ta ia Maiisoa; beauty, style," durability and land will he sold one half cash, balance tend But for (he fact that Mr. Lewis Her70 years, Uteu on riuay night alter took first in twelve months, bearing G per cent. they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for Poultry prize at Hew Albany and Loulsvllki county, y. ri Shows last year. Ca also fare Mi Tke terms of sale are the same sa required short illness, at tho residence of hor ri ngton was suffering from a sore lip, any case that it fails to euro. Send for TnorouKBorea. Aiammotn general superiority; and we rnjeref.tr, with negotiable notes. All u, the of the property of John Powers m mia jner "mm daughter, Mrs. J. H. Keif. Burial on ho would probably have been at least purchasers should come listoi Testimonials. MOST PERFECT MADE. it for 10. Drake weighs 3 lbs., docks t Kxi Sunday afterBOO, the funeral services are selling tbemat prices that intended comply 'with the above terms. to Address, P.J. CHENEY & CO., To- - Orders filled la order as received. . 2dAIN AND BROADWAY, Ued'wltlt Kr. Shropshire la tho orator-le- l A pare Grape Cream of Tartar Fret liido. Ohio. being cdmkfeted by Rev. Jasper X rtf"r. ci eon-tea- t will surprise quality e6n last week t .Central Uni- - ftorn Ammonia, Alum or any ether aduKcnmt. BBBlth. Harry S. Sold by Druggist, 75 cent. ' A Q. COLE, ' DootAX, T. J. SmIm, fattier U TMiir, ' Tlw fm&fm Mtpfcml Mr. 'HkUV7nUy Villa ar tbe b& lw 40 YEAftf TiS fTAMMAB. MUf-axacvTOK. We are authorized to announce M. II. WILLIAMS a candidate for the Legislature! subject to and'-non- Perfecting Arrangemenienls For The Bicycle Meeting Here. State DON'T FORGET I 4, ol - - 1 1 ttxt as 3c. n well-oarne- efcT . Le-ro- y, were-supplie- d Out of Mnd. 0WEN f 7rtXW McKEE f - - -- . ' ... ... .- -. f af 7 1 m .- HsiS 2iKl .... biI" n to-d- CASH, two-mont- D, B. Nor-lleo- & Co. Shackelfordwww PERSONAL. 850-S5- Notice to Creditors Advance Advertisemen '91-'9- 2. " tiiree-montli-o- lu true-heart- The Maine Commission Co. Manager, CitiBfower&Coii Kt. $18. . Nf (PI mtt-Wyn- High Street, Lexington, Ky. FifsUifl - TAXES. -- two-third- s n-e- Dr. Louis Landman Public pule OFtUIUtnUTT! Public Sale . u, y. it . I Saturday, March Itii'!-intln- w uu Notice to Creditors w two-stor- y MARRIED. WARE-WILSO- Dimes. LOCAL,. Hart-aud'bun- d j:b. cornelison, w tip-o- PUBLIC SALE! OPIUM out-pai- BIRTHS. CREAM MCI IE DEATHS 80-10- GiF.Brower&Co mm ee pre-par- ed tkt mil ra.TMsr yo, JUST A FEW DAYS -- it LONGER " And our GREAT SWEEP OUT. SALE will e crowded out bv our immense stock of- - IN. Our CUT PRICE SALE has been a grand success. The public has leen treated to a feast of bargains. Our only aim was to clean out our stock of Winter Goods, and make ready for our immense Spring Line. We have a variety of bargains still left which are ucmg umcii verj iasi. 11 you navn uuiuen aa vantage or tins 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 gcxxl goods at low prices. -- SPRING GOODS WHICH WILL SOON BE mi Tobacco Canvas Tobacco canvas, best grade i 1 - mm Bargains 5, . RICE & ARNOLD, (SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE & RICE.) THE Busy Bee Cash Store's Shrivel up Competiton. Their SPRING ANNOUNCEMENTS meet the coolest, shrewdest buvers. Evervone is warmed with enthusiasm. HOT BARGAINS keep our delivery wagons smoking. THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE'S BARGAINS never disappoint. They are always better than expectation. See the tempting list below: lc yard yard n .. 2c ! '... to i The Richmond Climax. A Proctor Knott Cigar. LOST! heavy plain gold ring. Return to this office and get liberal reward. WE HAVE PLENTY OF COAL. WEDNESDAY. MCH. 22, 1 )'.. "Wanted Situation, Dr. Hubson, Dentist. By an old gardner and milker. Small The best smoker, the Proctor Knott wages to right man. Address care A. D. cigar. Miller, at this office. mat 15-The Searcy tiling factory at Waco To Represent I. 0. 0. F. will be enlarged this spring. Mr. Henry J. Streng, oneot the most Mrs. L P. Todd will oen a milli-i- prominent Odd Fellows in the State, will represent the Boone Lodge at the this city thin week. nerv store J, W Cole now-hahis Singer Sowing Encampment on May 10. For Rent, Machine offiea in the Schlegel building. Col. J. W. Caperton bought the 125 acres of extra good grass land, locatotter Creek toll house last week for ed about one mile east of Richmond, on four-mil- e road. Well watered and fenced. Joe Chenault, Itich-mon- d The Winchester, Ford and raarl5-3- t Richmond, Ky. telephone line is progressing For Assessor. nicelv. "At the proper time," said Mr. Joe Calloway Taylor's leg was broken C. Oldham to the Climax yesterday. by the kick of a horse, near Million. "I will announce myself a candidate hist week. for Assessor of Madison county, subject Miss Tempie Oldham's expert to the action of the Democratic party." trimmer, Miss Cramer, has arrived Surplus Stock. from Cincinnati. Apple trees at your own price, rePhoto Buttonf, the raging fad, 25c ceived at our Nurseries, for the next or ;? for 50c, at the new gallery, over i days, and other stock at reduced Moberley's store. bMSaft P, F. Ahams & Son, rates.. Mr. Ed Wines has resumed his poWaco, Ky. maiX4t sition as preseriptionist at Douglas & Victim of Appendicitis Improving. Wi lls drug store. Mr. T B. Taylor, a well knowi1 citiR N. Beazley, of Paint Lick, it is zen, of Waco, who went to Louisville reported, will run a general merchanrecently for treatment for appendicitis, dise store at Caleast. was operated upon and is rapidly imA letter from lied House, full of proving. new s, was omitted because the writer's Schubert Symphony Club Coming. name was not signed. The Schubert Symphony Club and Win Powell will Lady Quartette, of Chicago, will give remove this week to the Creen property, one of their superb musical entertain-mert- a here April U, for the benefit opposite the postoflice. of the Infirmary. Mrs. David Chenault, Jr., an accomplished teacher, opened a private Busy Bee's New Cashier. school at Waco last week. Miss Nettie Turley having resigned McCauu & Deathersge will this her position of cashiei at the Busy Bee week open their fine china store. This Cash Store has been accepted by Miss Aunie Kennedy, the accomplished will be a regular city feature for daughter of City Assessor J. H. Kennedy. Squire N. B. Turpin has been ofDrooped Dead. ficiating as county judge during the illness of Judge Sullivan, w ho is now Miss Mary Foster, aged about 08, dropped dead at her home near the better. Be sure and get your picture taken mouth of Stony Fork on tie Kentucky at the new photograph gallery over River, near Baldwin, dropped dead last Moberley's furniture store. I'hotes (1 for Monday, a week ago. She was highly respected lady. feb22-5- t 25 cents. tf u s And can fill orders Bleached Cotton Good yard-wid- e 10 4 Unbleached Sheeting Good Bed Ticking Best grade Bed Tickinir CottonRde for boy's pants Best New York mills Camlet Jeans .Extra heavy Cotton Cassimers Best grade Apron Gingham 4c yard 12c 7J 14c yard 8Jc yard 10c 4Ac 6c yard yard yard vard "J M "y ( -.- - 12Jc yard promptly. Oar Pine Knot and Straight Creek Coals can not be excelled. We also handle I 2 2 S m GETS THE PIPE DAY! l1P m ) and 7Jc yard , to 21c yard Dress Goods, 36 inch wide, stylish, ar.d 19c yard, worth 35c pretty Cheviot effects Nice Bleached Towels 6c Our Clover Leaf Damask Towels are now only 10 cents Men's and Boy's Percalle Shirts 25c each Baby Shoes, all colors and white 2"c Ladies' kid, button and lace Shoes, pat tip . . . only 7"c Men's "Sunday Shoes," good quality only t8c Men's Cassimere Pants, black and blue . . . 75c per pair Our Boy's Knee Suits are all Double Knee and Seat. Nice Dress Ginghams Fine French and Silk Ginghams H1 All-wo- nay, uviu, cii. phone 21, near & B. icic- R. N. L Depot. u u iv 11 J j noil. KEFF Terms. i MILLION. lift Tudor's Sentence Commuted. Upon the petition of many influential persons, acting Gov. Worthington commuted the sentence of James Tudor for complicity in the murder of Mason Sebastian, some time ago, in Carrard ii m fejjjj S8HHH M. Np.w Snrinor OF THE Suits P r C( II RKj county, from 21 years to 5 years from the date of his eoufiuinent. A H NOW ON SALE, Men's J .f. Youth's and Children b IF 'JFV iCT In this "Hot Bargain Sale" we are naming Special Prices on Table Linens, Uapkins and Doilies. They will go very fast at prices named. We are showing the handsomest and prettiest line of Crepons. Tailor-mad- e Suitings, Silk Waists and Dress Patterns ever shown in this city. As these goods are the Cullings of the largest dry goods importing houses in the East, it will pay you to look at them. iglMfcC 5 In our "Ready to Wear" Department we are showing a beautiful line of Ladies' Silk and Woolen Skirts, Shirt Waists, Muslin Underwear, Bonnets, etc. Our "Hot Bargain" prices prevail in this Department. Musical Treat. l'rof. H. C Adams who, for the past two weeks, ' has been conducting a singing school at the East End Christian Church, will .give a. concert there Music next Tuesday evening at I:'-')-. of a high order will be rendered. Let everybody go and enjoy the evening. Admission to all, 15c, Has Nol Left The County. 11 iME AND SEE THEM, THEY WILL PLEASE YOU, PRICES ARE RIGHT. 1 Jgi INOiNE BETTER. INOINE CHEAPER. - See Our Line of Lace Curtains. Dot Swiss Curtains, Oil Shades, Carpets, Mattings, Oilcloths, Curtain Poles, Trunks, Valises, etc. We are showing the largest assortment of these goods to be seen this side of the large cities. Our "Hot Bargain" prices are a guarantee for their cheapness. We Have J ust Received And put on sale a fresh lot of Cassino Buttermilk Toilet Soap, price 8c a cake, the best Toilet Soap used. We are selling nice Toilet Soap at lc a cake. We are showing all the new things in Ribbons, New Dress Trimmings, New Laces and new Ham bergs. Tr y a pair of our "Topsy" brand Hosiery, they the best in the market. rx It is not true that Dr. James Hurlev, whose wife died rather suddenly out beyond Berea recently, which gave rise to suspicions of foul work somewhere, has fit the county. The stomach of the deceased lady was sent to Louisville ior analysis far pois'm, but the result of the investigation has not been an nounced. 1 g Covington Yts m Get Our Hot Bargain Prices on All Kinds of Hosiery. Wholesale and Retail Fruit Store. KJch-uion- d. Somewhat ol a departure from the ordinary business bouses has been started by the Richmond Fruit Co, with Mr. A. D. Smith, mauager. They are located in the Greenleaf storeroom, below the State Bank and Trust Co., where they will deal exclusively in fruits, vegetables, fowls, eggs, etc. Cash paid for country produce. A InrtFn I II A mmmwmwmmmmmmA We have placed on sale the "lied Hottest" line of Clothing ever show n in this city. We carry everything in favor this season in this department. Get oar Hot Bargain Prices on this line before purchasing elsewhere. Respectfully, Lamentable Accident. - W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN - While duck hunting last Saturday-nea- r Red House a terrible accident happened to Messrs. Jacob Hnckett That Anonymous Circular. and Everett (jreen. iney were riuing Go up and see Cunningham, the Since the Faculty unanimously con- along when Mr. Haekett's gun was C. U. professional pitcher, train the accidentally discharged the load passing boys at base ball these beautiful I?) af- demned the anonymous ami abusive circular issued by the "Knockers" at through (ireen's leg and killing his ternoons. C. U., the latter are in a position to un- horse under him. Dr. Bosley attended Mr. W. H. Williams, Democratic derstand how the little boy felt after the wounded man, who is a son of candi. late for the legislature, denounces Martin tireen. the calf ran over him. as false the rumor that he is or hits been Kind Words For Prof. Clark. Schubert Coming. an inridel. l'rof. J. D. Clark, of Richmond, a Under the auspices of the Infirmary Kev. T. S Hubert delivered his native of this county, is being urged Symbeautiful lecture on Home, Sweet Dome, Association, the famous Schubert Lady Quartette, of by his friends to make the race on the at Berea ist Tuesday night to a large phony Club and Chicago, will give one of their match- Democratic ticket for Representative. and appreciative audience. less entertainments in Richmond, The good people of Madison would do Officer Chas. Dudley captured April 3, at the Masonic Temple, themselves proud to send such a man three little negro l)oys who were lie is leff ('lark to the Legislature, Barred Plymouth Hock. charged with robbing the chicken coop able in the best sense and is a gentleTwenty years a breeder of this one man of the highest Christian character. of M. Da)ton, tlie East End grocer. vaiiety, stock better than ever before. Owentou Herald. Office The Singer Sewing Machine Roosters from E. B. Thompson, New has removed to Schlegel photagraph York. Eggs No More Doubting Thomases. '16 to 1" setting. $100. gallery on Main street. Mhh. M. Foster. This week the Walters Patty popular MiarS! 4. J. W. Coi,k, Supervisor. Silver Creek. Madison Co., Ky. mS-oartists at Hotel (ilendon, will piece Music lovers will be glad to hear some outlines on commencemduts of New Millinery Store. that the famous Schuliert Symphony their portraits in Moberley's Mrs. Myrtice Todd will this week Club ami Lady Quartette will appear to convince any and all that in this city, at Masonic Temple, Apul open a millinery store, her father, Mr. their portraits are free band drawW. C. French, having purchased the ings, a class of work that you dou't 3. slock of millinery from the assignee of get once in a thousand times. We A Waco Republican, through the L P.Todd. Mis. Todd will have the make no cheap botchery of photo, enI'antagraph calls on E Tint Burnam apartments in the rear of her husband's larging with which the country is floodaail E zie Million to make the race for store. ed and passed for genuine portraits. Senator and Representative respectively. For Sale d Gentry Captured. The A good dry goods ami ladies furnishMr. A. D. Smith U mauager of the d Two gentry, Pussley Richmond Fruit Co., a new departure ing business in one of the best towns in and Rader, have been arrested at Irin business circles here. He has the Kentucky. Good reasons for selling, vine for robbing Jouali Wagers' store store formerly occupied by Miss Tempie will reduce stock to suit purchaser. recently st Wagersville. .After securFor particulars, Address ieo. W. ing their booty the two men got a man Oldham. Lyne, Real Estate Agt., Nicholasville, name. PlowiiHii, to help them hide the Romulus Milliou, the negro who Kent nek v. mar22-2- t stolen property. Plowman gave the attacked Mr. Samuel Todd and was snap away, when caught, and on condiWanted. shot by the lat'er, ha recovered from A bustler to sell an article offering tion that he tell the location of the his wounds sufficiently to be able to good profit. A specialty for which stolen property was given his liberty. leive the infirmary. there is a steady and increasing de- The guilty parties are languishing beCol. D. W. Tribble will tegin a real mand. No samples required. Ciood hind the bars of Irvine's castle on the estate aud auction business here. He situation for right partv. Only thoae I Kentucxj is so well liked and so competent, aud mcauiug business need apply. Ad- Remember This When Looking far Enteras an auctioneer, of long experience, dress Manufacturer, Cleveland, Ohio. tainers. that he will make a success. fobl5-0- t We cordially commend to our local Itr. Robert Taylor, one of the test Rememdcr The Dale. locture bureaus the following froyi the bred young men in Kentucky, is agent The Peerless Schubert Symphony Henderson Cleaner We know Col. for the New York tailors, Klee & Co., and Lady Quartette, of Chicago, will fowell to he the very man with whom with headquarters in T. J. Smith, Jr's., be at Masonic Temple, Monday night, to arrange such entertainments. If not offloe, where he is displaying Spring April 3d. This splendid musical ag- needed now, cut this out and keep him suiting to fare you well. gregation seldom visits as small a city iu mind : Tiie Richmond Fruit Co , A. I as Richmond and should have a packed "Hon J. H. Powell, of this city, has Smith, proprietor, has opened in the house. become identified with the Alkahest store two doors below the State Bank Lyceum Hurra of Atlanta, Ua. The The Palace Hotel. and Trust Co., and will handle fruits, o'lject and purposes of this bureau are The Palace Hotel at Cincinnati is vegetables, chickens, cgg. etc., paying a field for the gifted lectur- always head)uarterN for Kentuckians to furn'sh cash for country produce. era and entainers of the South, aa Under the management of Mr. Mas tvell as to invite t the Sunny Shores fined the Army. well the Palace is justly popuiar. Loof this God favored land, talent from l ew is Davis, lately with Para cated in tlu- center of the city, titb aud The graph, has joined the regular army. Vine, it is convenient to all business other sections of our country. plan of this lecture system wss origiLouie learned the printing trade here, houses and places of a museuient. The Prof. Andrew M. McConneli, the writer procuring him the first po- fare is unexcelled. Both American ami nated by of Atlanta, arl is the very beat ever sition he ever held. May his shadow Eimeau plans. American. $2 and $2.50. devised for the smaller towns and cities. never grow- less. a day; Kuropean, rooms $1. Stop there Prof. McConneirand l'rof. O. C. Hu next time von are in Cincinnati. A Good Individual For Madison. vey r re the managers of this bureau. Difficult Problem. Both have held educational positions J. W. Bales has bought of W. A. Dickinson, Trenton, Ky., the great Here is a problem for the school boys of highest trust. They are gentlemen combined saddle and harness stallion, Hndxirls: A lady g es into a grocery of uaquestionel purity and eminent Lj un Boyd, No. 44, for service in store and buys a quarter of a pound of ability. They have had iarge experiLynn Boyd as a tolve-cen- t coffee and asks the grocer ence and; are splendidly equipped for Madison county. show horse and producer of high-clas- s their work, Mr. Powell will devote coi to deliver it. It takes a dllar-a-!a- y horses, has no superior in Kentucky. clerk ten minutes to package and de- biderable time to the organization of He has been to Southern Kentucky liver it in a local lyceum associations in Kentncky w hat Black Squirrel has been to Censack, and the colTee costs ID and the South. He hopes to receive of his friends, tral Kentucky. His coming to Madi- cents per pound. How much profit, if the aid and son county should be appreciated by any, des the grocer make? Thea'ove and ali others who are devoted to 'The those interested in breeding the best actually occurred in one of our (rrocery Laud we Love," who delight iu the of worthy Southern institutions." horses. eetabliabinenta this week. Exchange. 1 show-window-s Nimble-Fingerelight-fingere-- L Is Much pain and uneasiness is caused sparing neither age nor sex. from Mer- by piles, Buckeye Pile Ointment cur-- s JackCbinn, the Tabler's cer, who threatened to exterminate the most obstinate cate. Price, ofVts. in Charlie Bronston at xin:foH some Ixittles, tubes 75 ceuis. Sold by Terry marl-lweeks go, was last week imiictod for & Thomas. nuisance' and a !ench warrant has been is hard to convince the father of It served on him, with bail at ':'.m. The twins that two heads are better than case is set for March 21, in the Fayette one. Circuit Court. To Car a CeM Oae Day Chinn Indicted a Nuisance. in The result of ac drink are promptly rectified, without pain or discomfort, by taking a few doses of Herhine. Price B0 cents. marl-lSold by Perry & Thomas. Some people seldom lend a helping hand unless ft is to help themselves. food or I A Good Dccis on. hin.'- - Horn. CUDAN rSELIEF X read about Hood's Sarsapni illa and decided to try it, and after I hail taken half a dozen lmitla my appetite returned and I hail greatly iii4nvi d in health." Miss Florence llughee, Riddle street, Covington, Ky. T--i "Four years ago I was feeling bail, had no appetite ami was nervous. I in mm m HI One-Four- th Off Clearing Sale will last. !! pp. fake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. 1'rice. 25 V.Tadlock won the debate at All druggists refnnd money il it failf o and Summer CompuUiiu. Sucresaors to fenu. W. G Sold on White. by Perry & Thomas C. U. last Friday night. The subject cure. ilic. Hie genuine lias Ij. J. nov'.Mim was Expansion. Tadlock. of Bourbon, each tablet. The only place where a chronic and W. C. llanna, of Shelby, were on When a man offers you something for kicker may be useful is iu a football the alfirmative. and it was a close run, nothing don't accept it unless you can game. L. A. W. Bulletin. so we learn, between them for winner. afford to pay at least double its value. I have been afflicted with rheumatism Mr. Cash Crook, of this county and Mr. For Babies and Children for fourteen years ami nothing seemed Conner, of Cynlhiana, had the worst treat- to give nnv relief 1 was able to be so good in is side ol the question, from a Democratic there of nothingand colds as the Belle around all the time, but constantly sufDr. coughs ment point of view, but they put up a fine It cures croup, whoop- fering. I had tried everything I could ing cough, cold in the head, and gives hear of aud at last was told to try Chamdebate sweet, refreshing sleep. Children love berlain's Pain Balm, which I did. and Are Kinsmen of "Fighting Bob' it, old peoide like it. Good druggists was immediately relieved and in a short time cured. I am happy to say that it It Boyle county folks (.an claim kinship sell it. has not since returned Josh. ErxtAB, with Capt. Robley D. Evans, "Fighting There is a divinity within us who Germautown, Cal. For sale by Perry Bob," of the Brooklyn. Capt. Evans breathes that divine fire by which we & Thomas. marl-lcomes of the family ol Capt. Peter Ev- are animated. If you take a cat to bed do not comans, of Prince William county, Virplain of its claws. Spanish Proverb. Have you a cough? A dose of Cons ginia, who served six years iu the war Mr. K. . A Fine Debate on Expansion. Colie. curate: Planters in Are minute. a and Toothache SonrMnmoeh cures That distress after eat in.' is prevented by one or two of Hood's Pills. They don't gripe. Gen. Brooke will propose the formation of a collonial r.iilitia in Cuba under direction of American officers. The Mortality Record would be greatlv reducf d if every homo were supplied with a bottle of lr. Bell's strengthener and exterminator of druggists sell it at 2Tc. No cure no pay. John OltttoH has been arrested at Enterprise, Kan , charged wiih the murder of his wife and four children. Best id All The great hag i n By the forelock if you want the benefit of the One-Fourt- h On all Heavy Goods such as Suits, Overcoats. Shoes, Un- OFF It IP derwear, Hats, &c. Revolution with great credit ; came to Kentucky and is buried in Clark county. Capt. Peter Evans was the grandfather of the grandmother of Judge Charles E. Kincaid. She was Mrs. James C. Banford, I torn Fannv L. Evans, of Fayette county, Keutucky. Consequently Capt Peter Evans was of Judge C. E. the and Dr. Howard Kiucaid and their sis ters. Dr. Silas Evans, of Lexington, and Dr. George W. Evans, of Hich-- ! mond. are of the same family Danville Advocate. n Dr. (i. W. Evans is a of Capt. Peter Evans, who served under Washington and v::s with him during the dreadiul winter at Valley Forge and also at the surrender of The musket used in this company by Capt. Evans is now in possession of the family. It is ajtiint lock and the Doctor aays he has squirrel-hunte- d with it often in his boyhood days. of the great-grandfathgreat-grandsoCorn-walli- sen's Honey of Tar will relieve it Price, 26 cents and 50 cents. Nld by marl-lPerry & Thomas. Men will do almost anything iiioncv some will even work. for Thn best medicine money can buy for impure blood, nervousness, and all stomach and kidley troubles is Hood's Sarsaparilla. Cold weather contracts ice bills and expands coal bills. You can be cheerful and happy only when you are well. If you feel '"out of sorts" take Herbine. it will brace you up. Price, 60 cents. Sold by Per-r- v marl-l& Thomas. President McKinley will seek a much needed rest in the pine woods of Georgia. m Totter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Many very bad ?ases Skin Ointment. jave bi-c- permanently enred by it. It is equal'y efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples ; chapped hands, chilblains, frost i and chronic soro eyes. '.25 cts. per boj. Sale-Rheu- To cleanse the system in a gentle and truly beneficial manner, when the Springtime comes, use the true and perfect remedy, Syrup of Kigs. Buy the genuine Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, and for sale by all druggists, at o0 cents per bottle. Great Britain and Ireland have 22(i -- 059 acres of land devoted to the cultiva tion of fruit. just what a horse needs when in bad Dr. Caily's Condition Powders, are condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the best in use to pnt a Price 25 horse in prime condition. Tents per package. A play is never satisfactory if there is a man or woman left over when the pairing off occurs in the last act. s. In ii Stimulate the stomic t rouse the liver, rnre biliousour atoTmieh, to. Price 75 The only nils Hood's , The Clothier, The Shoer, The Batter, TLe Furnisher. Love is never found by seeking and it never stays for pleading. When laziness tut at Appropriations by the Fiftv-fift- h He who sows thorns must not coal falls inio the cellar ' Congress agiri crate f 1, barefoot. Spanish Prverb. To allay pains, subdue If your child is cross or peevish, it is Dir;stos OytBcpiis Tablets cion, heal i"ul eoiee and ulcers, the no doubt troubled with worms. White's t are obtained bv Cream Vermifuge will remove the area gnanuitoed cure for all foi jiniment. Price, worms, and its tonic effdot restore hs Dyepeftua, ludjgeetiun, Heart nut oral cheerfulness. Price, 'i'o cent. iSour stomach and ail diseeeee t loir.g 25 cents and 6C cents. bold by Perry & mart-- tii 3.5c a box. Thomas, marl-- in ' frwm poor digestion. Bold by Perry & Thomas. 1 1 CuamberlaiB'H t'oudi liemcdy. This remedy is intended especially for in themselves are not serious maladies. coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough TEA cures Dycpep-- I The uioet trivial cough or cold if neg- and inlluenza. It has lt come famous may JM 9 ia, ConMipatioii and Indi- - lected, cold islead to asthuma, bronchi-ti- - ior its cures of these diseases, over a right awav. Delay means iart pari o the civilized worl 1. The n gestion. Regulate the Liver. Price, 25 cts. danger. is ti must UatteKflfl: testimonials have been Dr. Bell's gold by Perry A Thomaii, successors to W. quick cure, a sure cure, mm a sarfceure received, arcouuis of i; good Q. White. oik-- ; of the atKravaiing and persistent Don't tip back in your chair and ; of severe colds flies the window has Coughs and Colds WM 8 8 I BUB cnnntlpmUoi., O cent. S 4 hT all drninri.tt. to tak wttli Uood't Sat, pari la. I .. Kev. E. Edwards, pastor of the English Badtist church at Miuersville, Pa., when suffering with rheumatism, was adviaed to try Chamberlain's Pais Balm. He says: 'A few application-o- f ibis liniment proved of great service to me. It enbdued the inthimmn-tioand relieved the pain, should any sufferer profit by giving Pain Balm a trial it will pleas9 me." For sale by marl-lPerry & Thomas. political orator who The avrire hAwls about the independent life of the farmer ''oiii't know an ox yoke from a horse collar. n Atchison Globe. That Dreadful Cold that fearful ccngh a danger signal. It is sapping the vitality from your y a bottle of Dr. Bell's lmn. will cure it, Pine- it may be too late. This remedy will cold or a speedily cure a deep-seate- d serious congh, and give strength to the lungs. All good druggists eell it. It To-dav Near Celina, Ind., Miss Mnry Lloyd is dying of spinal meningitis, contracted by kissing the lips of a dead friend. There is no joy in this world equal to the happiness ol motherhood. A woman's health is hor dearest possession. Good looks, gootl times. Lappinc, love and its continuance. deiend on her health. Almost all of the sick MM of women is traceable directly to somo derangement of the organs distinctly feminine. Troubles of this kind are often neglected because a very natural and proper modesty keeps wotnen away from physicians, whose insistence upon examination and local trentiuent is generally as useless as it is common. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will do more for them than i) doctors in 100. It will do more than the hundredth doctor can unless he prescribes it. It is a prescription of Dr. R. V. Pierce, who for M years has heea of the chief consulting physician World's Dispensary and luva'.i is' Hotel, at Buffalo N. Y. stamps to cover cop t Send 21 one-ceof mailing onlv, anil jjet his great book. The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, absolutely krek. A large tobacco company in WiMtaOa N. C, is substituting white for colored labor. I Mitel rOTHdhins Betfi--r AND I UK LIUS. Tit? Thau hid S.mv. PJaNU8IAN cross your whenever a leisure moment preseuU itself. CUBAN OIL cures Cuts, Burn', Broines, Ithen- raatiun and Sores. Price, 25 cents. legH Planters cold by a. wtiiv. Perry ,k Thomas successors to W. cured coughs it that isve yielded promptly to it soothing effects, and of the dangerous attackfc of cronp it has cured, often saving 'ho life of the child. The extensive use of it for whooping cough ha shown that it robs that d use of all dangerous eon-Iby Petry & Thomas. sequences, uiarl-lin- . The saying about the lion and the lamb in March often proves false, hut there is another nnd n better one which is literally true. When Man It comes in and finds you taking Hood's Sarsaparilla to purify, enrich and vital-ix- a vour blood, you may expect, when it goes out, that it will leave you free from that tired feeling and vithnone of the boils, pimples and eruptions which manifest themselves ueeyase of If you impure blood in the spring. have not already begun taking llei-f- s Ssreaparilla for your spring medicine, y We aswe advise you to begin sure you it will make yon feel better II through the coming summer, to-da- niohl-lu- i An Protect roar Ideu: tbey mtj bring you wnlth. Write JOHN WEUDEKB&RN & CO- - Patent Attorney!, V7ublnetdn, D. c for their si.Sio prtto oSer andllst ot two hundred lnTentlona wanted. Wanted-- Idea IHS1 Here's Ttir Cbuce. Offers by The Climax. AASAftASAft3lftSA3i3AasSA Cwinty Court Days. Seae Extraordinary B, N. I. & B. R. Time Table No. 33, Taking Effect day, May 2, 1893. EAST BODSD. R.H Mon- 1st Clasj. No. 1 I No. 3 Ex Sun Ex Snn 2d Class. TheCiutAX "wants fivo hun ted new subscribers by the first of the now year. In order to reach this end, sorao ex traordinary inducements will be made. Until further notice the foHowrjng will be offered to subscribers. The Climax and Th&Week- - Its Easy! 1 y Louisville Versailles Nlcholasvllle . Valley View.. Milliuu Richmond.... Union Moberley.. Drasafleld. A.M. 10 22 11 02 11 26 11 41 P.M. A.M. 30 8 7 8 8 8 C2 P. M. 12 13 12 16 12 SO 12 33 1 05 1L58 35 00 13 50 S 8 48 8 20 8 SO 15 10 00 10 05 10 25 10 40 11 35 Panola Irvine. WEST EOOHU. IfoTT "No. 4 I No. 8 No7T6 Ex Snn Ex Sun Ex Snn Ex Sun A.M. P.M. 2 00 S 25 2 33 them'in the form most refreshing to the taStft aud acccptablc to the system. It Panola' is. the7 ofifr perfecfr strengthening laxatBrassfield ive," cleansing tTixs" system effectually, 241 Moberley 2 47 Union dispelling colds, headaches and fevers 3 15 6 OS niehmond gently yet promtJUjf and enabling one 6 20 330 Million.. to overcome habitual constipation per3 45 6 31 Valley View... 4 10 6 S3 manently. Its perfect freedom from Nicholasvllle 5 00 7 SO Veriallles every objectionable qualify and subA.M.' Km. r. m. I p. m. stance, and its acting on the? kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening All trains connect with Louisville Southern or irritating them, make it the ideal to and from Louisville. trains Alt trains connect with C. N. C. & T. P. trains laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs to and Irom Cincinnati. J. V. HOCK. Train Dispatcher. are used, as they arc pleasant to tho W. n. ADAMS, Superintendent. taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and fill IflPr? ofbsoSlsS.lpto other aromatic plants, by a method tjn to patent! known to the California Fio Syrup Hli Ideas; ther may brine you wealtn. Co. only. In order to get its beneficial Tonr Writ? JOHN WEUDElUlUUN & CO, Patent Attor-SejWatblngton. D. C for their l.KO prlto oiler effects and to avoid imitations, please midlist ot too hundred Inventions wanted. remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package. Irrine P. M. A.M. 11 55" 1 OS 1 20 1 45 . l, Thin. nal A and Farm, $1.30 The Climax and either need a fatty Excellent Combination. he Cosmopolitan, Munsey's to tlietr Wood, The tilcasant method and beneficial or McClure's Magazine, $2.00. f their cheeks and restore their I dilccts ot the well known remedy, Syrup of Fiosv manufactured by the The Climax and the Louis $ health and strength. It is OAtiroRHi'A' Fitf Steup Co., illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa- ville daily evening post, $3. a safe to say that they nearly w tive principles of plants known to be The Richmond Climax and g all reject fat with their food, g medicinally' laxative and presenting Dispatch,. $1.25. The Climax and the Home To Takci in Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon day, Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. anapmir tfirU o m Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. food to enrich Versailles, woodford county, fourth to w Monday. give color i ALL WOMEN Should know that the "Old Time" Eomedy, 1 Is the best for Fouls TmUc. Corrects all Irreirulnrltles In Female Ortmns. Should be taken for Ckur ot Lilt and before Plutcrs "Oil Tine" Kemwiet cave sioou wo tert Tor twenty years. Madoosly by New 8pcnr Medicine Co., Trnneuee. PLEASE I TRY CANDY CATHARTIC 10c 25c 50c ALL WANTED SOMETHING QUICKER. Twice-a-wee- k Courier-Jou- r g nal, both for one Tear $1.60 The Climax and "Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. The Climax andOhioFarm, $1.90. WITHIlYPOPHOSPHITESoFLIHESiSODA COD LIVER OIL The Climax can also fur nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates. CORRESPONDENCE. . .o -- RICE STATION- - CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. BAH FRANCISCO. CAI a a o. O o B p .. -- For sale by all Druggists. Jan5-l- XVOTJ1BVILLB. KY. NEW Price YORK. K. T. 50c. per bottle. y - - n o. 5 5? a -- I35GONQMiST RANGES a KB g s :s : n a ' :::3::: 8Sa0233o oB M w a C 6! O tra'Ertr?' ?5 oc fc ec .3 cccBS 3a B3 13 CO" ooooo CO. -- P sfs sss-sssg - H3233323 --- f HUMM KgSS Roofing, Guttering and General 3333 Job Work, SDR. Frankfort & CALDWELL'S I Pi DIGESTION. PEPSI Rdtay. iss 1 Mmt 5, . m Tim t In Effect December DAILY EXCBPT SUNDAY. iYRUP PEPSI 'CURES CONSTIPATION. p.m 7 6 8 S 4 20 16 DR. CALDWELL'S 13S 6 44 6 17 10 p.m. n.m. a.m. Ar. 1 CO 2M 6 Je Lve. Uiohmond 11 42 Winchester 85 7 88 2 Ar. Frankfoit Lve. Ask for tickets via Paris. J. It. NEWTON, Q. 9 38 M 2S 11 S8 5 4C " " Maysville Paris 7 OeorRetown " ,.' .... 8 40 7 50 7 00 30 10 28 3 40 I S. F. Rock, FOR. llWra. Baugh, who has beon sawing for Kerby Bros, here, moved his family to Irvine Saturday. Mi6S Cordie Amerino returned to her home Monday after a very pleasant weeks visit to relatives in Irvine. "Unsle" Robert Kerby returned home Wednesday from Frankfort, where he lnado his winter quarters. "Uncle" Bob is a jolly good fellow. Sinco the hen strike adjourned. Wagers & Rico have been shipping 180 dozen eggs daily. Fifty cases were shipped to market from this point Sat urday. T. J. Rice has spent a good deal of his time the past week in killing or trying to kill cats. Tom thinks he is quite a marksman, but tho saying that a cat has nino lives is a source of satis faction to him. Tiie weather prevented our agent, Joe S. Gardner, from making his usual Saturday evening trip home, but Sunday morning from speeding over the rails on his couched beloved velocipede and ho spent tho day and night in the county seat. Tiio thieves that broke into Jonah Wagers store at Wngereville several nights ago are being caught one by one and placed in jail at Irvine. It is said one of the gang was green enough to inquire whether it was better for him to confess or deny the charge. Dr. T. P. Gardner, the skilled and very successful young dentist of Irvine, visited his brother, Joe S. Gardner, who is railroad and express agent here, Thursday and Friday. His many friends in this community wore glad to see him, and several had dental work done. W. L. Rice's fine bay horse wanted to he in it too, so had one of his teeth extracted. A, COLLEGE HILL Born, to the wife of Jas. Conelcton, . a girl. Gould visited his parents Mr. Frank Saturday and Sunday. The society meeting met at Ayres Academy Friday night. Miss Emma Grinstead, was the guest of Miss Arzila Burton Friday night. Mrs. Geo. Webber is still on the sick list, but her many friends wishes her a speedy recover. Mr. Elbert Collins, of Wagersville, who is attending school hero visited his parents Saturday and Sunday. TWO VALID Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom Morebead and Lexington Accom.. New York Limited F. F. V EAST BOUND. Lexington and Moreliead Accom New York Limited F. F. V. Lextaeten and Mt. Sterling Accom 6 7 3 4 55 am 30 am 00 pm SO Eastern Express for Louisville. Six of the best Fire Insurance Com- panies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. In the Prudental.you 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, UpStalrs. Je2-l- jl . pin -.- Washington Express Accommodation trains run daily except SQn lav. Other trains run dailv. Through Bleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates orsleeperreservatlons ji. uuuu, Agent i.&iM.uy., call on or write Kicnmona, ny. W. BARNEY, or OEOUaE D. D. A. C. & O. Ry.. Lexington, Ky. 9 15 am 11 58 am 6 30 pm pm a a For Sale Privately I EASIER thai Ever EXCUSES The present sohodnle of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California. The splendid train service with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and NewOrleans Vestibuled "Limited." is equipped makes It Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned territory. The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly I'uumaa lourm uarior uaniornia, 9 25pm Lve Louisville every Thursday Arr Memphis Friday S 18am 7 45pra Arr New Orleans Friday Lve NewOrleausFriday. 8 .Opra Arr Houston Saturday ... .. A 45am 4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday .. Arr Elpaso Sunday 3 45pm 9 20pm Arr Los Angeles Monday ... 5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday . Tbi u Tie Trie Wijttr Bute to (Worth. Last week, late in tho afternoon, a I will offer for sale Drivatelv my House and Lot situated on the corner ot North and ?th case was called by Judge Sutherland in Streets, back of A. R. DurnatVs crODertv. The house has seven rooms, good cistern, sta the County Court. tue and otner necessary ouiDuuaings; tne lot contains about 90x90 feet. The price will be "1 would like lo ask, your Honor, reasonaoie lor earn. that this case go over until "WILLIAM ENGLISH, . nov9-t- f Richmond, Ky. said one of tho attorneys. p: COMPLETE jgaf Bcstores Mikci tie Weak "On what ground ?" said the Judge, "Too tired?" 'Yes; your Honor, I have been ar guing a case all day in Fart II., and I am really too fatigued to go on witli this trial." "Very well, let the case go over. Call the next case." The next case was called and another Stres. now uiihln U attorney arose: "May it please, your Honor, I would like to ask that this case go over." Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to com municate with R. II. Fowler, Traveling Paasen gcr Agent, Louisville, Ky. Wm. Alford Kellosd, A Q. P. A., A. H. lUsso.f , Q P. A., Lonisville, Ky, Chicago, III. decZMy 5 m EASTDOUWn. .auuintKN RfliLWfiy. Nal tniitinrtit Ih iMixi.ivrly ciwninUTil to cure rtost cnmplUAtitl case of Nervous Debility, ot "! divulic. it art powerfully and ijnUtlr i;an. I'nvulrallv 1'rr.irt. la tlie rriull !" :!! :ti?!;EMKO. V011112 men will re. mnniionil, ami OU Men will recover intV Ir .c!r youthful vigor. HlnUontes ami restores to ii ..iv ..iul ;or, all sunerera from Seminal eak. Varjcocel.-"- . Spermattorhca, "1. Kmlsyton. Lnt lin'.n nnI llanlar Power, 'iilr i'k weiimrv. Wakef .ilness, Kvll Drraras, Dospon- k nf ( i'.iSi nee, nivl nil effects of self. ..: . or l:.illrrciIon, wliU-l- i unfits m.v rrnrli of every Amrrlcan, ft "For what reason?" "I am too tired." 'You, too? What makes you tired?" "I have beon listening all day to my learned friend in Part IL" Rochester Herald. (IN ICENTUCKY ) Schedule in effect Ore 18, 1808. No. L No.5. I 7.40am lamm 7.45pm 9. 03 am 5.a.pm 9.07pm Ar Shelbyville.., 9.&6am 9.50pm Ar La'ronccb'g. . Ar Versailles.... laiGam 6.17pm lO.OBpm 10. 45am 6.45pm ia35pm Ar Lexington ... WBSTHOCKD. No. 6. Na! No. 4. 7.30am 4.25pm 5.15am Lv Loxlncton.... 7.Sbam 4.52pm! 5.37am Ar Versailles..... 8.20am 5.15pm 5.55am Ar La'roncob'ff. ., 9.12am (VOSpml 6.32am Ar Shelbyvnie., 10. Warn 7.35pm 7.55am Ar Louisville .... Trains Nos. 1, 2. S and 6 carry Free Observa tion coair Cars between Loulsvlllo and LexLv Louisville . . . lpgion. EASTUODNU. STATIONS. WESTIiOUNU. "Bo not worry about the peril of your son. The war's over now, and he's in Mnilyo- IS nci!.ERO t ijhlo.. 01 root f tIIeaso that Is wlir no danger." -!: U !"( irrale ?,"erp Tonlr In the world "Oh, isn's he? Well, you didn't ir.. w'i- - It IU rrej Vienrnnd rtIon. restores know, I suppose, that his regiment's . '"r f toiilti. It l a in r clous Illood Tie I'inU ;low romrs hack lo gone back on 1... liM,t having IIECJCXERO. mustered out and he's r: : .n L ixkWe lly mall gl.00 per his foot ball team." Ne York Jour.! rlirrrfutly rrfund r PS.OI. .. .,. .. tK., . ij iinxrs tlo not effect a cure. nal. -.t f. .1 :i-- As Capt W. J Stone, candidate for Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Governor, nearcd Cyntliiana the other day he pointed out on the hill half mile this side of town the point where he Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive foil when shot in the battle of 18C4. Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces Capt. Stone never has heard from the of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Federal soldier who befriended hiin as We have, known Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n he lay wounded. A drunken Federal to mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g said to Stone us he lay suffering: "I'll cause of that tickling is removed, and the Inflamed day while end the Rebel's misery," and raised bis membranes are healed and soothed so that then and Ji.oo, all druggists. d 50c Fedgun to shoot him, when another Is no inclination to cough. SCOTT & BOWNE, ChemUts, Kew York. eral said: ''You shoot that wounded SOLD BY ALL. GOOD DRUGGISTS 6 man and I will kill you, "and dismountBattles Only. 25o., 60c. and $1.00 SIzM ing tho kind Federal brought the CapJOSEPH JEFFERSON. SE SURE YOU GET I AM 83 and tain some water. If his benefactor is aoy remedyYEARStoOLD.Bell's never used equal Dr. quick relict Dr. Deli's Hni-Tar-KwJoseph Jefferson was playing a one yet alivo Capt. Stone would like to hear fa grip aa It elvescoughs and permanentmakes well afl and eoUa. It night engagement in a small town, ap- from him, at Kattauwa, Ky. Paris treac I nncs stronc jits. u. a. ueuaue, Pedncah.Ky. pearing in tho part Rip Van "Winkle, Kentuckiau Citizen. For sale by Ferry & Thomas, successors to W. O. White. which he has so often and ably imper "Say," exclaimed little Willie, sudsonated. At the hotel where he staid denly breaking long silence and turna Geo. D. Simmons. there was an Irishman who acted'aa ing to his mother, "is there such a Charles E. Douglas. general assistant. Judge by the great thing as a photographic heart?" interest he manifested in tho hotel, ho "Why, what do you mean, Willie?" might have been taken to bo the pro asked his mother in surprise. prietor. At about a quarter to G in the 'Well, I heard that man who was morning Mr. Jefferson was startled, not here last night tell sister Sue that her to say alarmed, by a violent thumping features were photographed on his on his door. When he recollected that APPEARANCES ARE heart," explained the boy, "and, judgto be called so ing be had left no orders way he has holding her, from OFTEN DECEITFUL early, he was naturally indignant. His I sheuld the think they ought to have sleep was banish for that morning, beon." Chicago Post. and things that are showy many times prove to be worthless. however, so he arose and soon made his appearance before the clerk. "Your money or your life I" cried the An article that is in daily use, as a Cooking Range is, must "Look here, say," he demanded of robber. should be the best to be had. this functionary, "why was I called at "Hat ha!" laughed the artist, and be Substantial and Reliable; this unearthly hour?" drew a p'stol. The artist had no money, "I don't know, sir," replied the clerk, and, according to tho critics, not much "but I'll ask Pat." Pat was summoned. life, Dut that was not why he laughed. Said the clerk: "Pat, there was no He laughed because he belonged to the Range call for this "gentleman. "Why did you school which draws rapidly and boldly waken him?" rather than tho school which draws laPat led the clerk to one side and said boriously, with great attention to detail. in a mysterious whisper: '"Ho wor Detroit Journal. snorin loike a horse, sor, an Oi'd heerd teed. "If Wiggins called you a liar you tho bhoys eayin somothin about how he wor vranst afther Bhlapin for twinty ought to make him prove it." "What years, so Oi saysto mo silf , 'it's a comin' good would that do?" Tommy Paw, what is the difference unto 'img'in, an it's yer juty to git the crayther out o' yer house at wanst.' " between a liar and prevaricator? Mr. Figg It Is a difference in weight. Ledger. Monthly. She (indignantly) Now, husband, you know I never can get in a word. How to Find Out. He No, but you get plenty of them Fill a bottle or common glass with out. your water and let it stand twenty- four hours: a sediment or settling in ''Thcro is one question I want to ask dicates an unhealthy condition of the ycu dearest," said the beautiful girl as kidney trouble; too frequent desire to edo toyed with the diamond ring on pass it or pain in the back is also con- Ler tb fd finger. "When we are vincing proof that the kidneys and married, will you expect mo tobako bladder are out of order. my own bread What to do. "You cendo es you like about it, 2" There Is comfort In tho knowledge so dcriing," ho replied, "but I certainly often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's shall insist upon your not baking Swamp-Koo- t, the great kidney remedy mine." Chicago News. fulfills every wish in curing rheumaAn Indiana girl sent 25 cents to a tism, pain in the back, kidnoy, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary New York firm for a cure for freckles passages. It corrects inability to hold and received the following: "Remove water and scalding pain in passing it. the frckles carefully with a putty knife, or had effects following use of liquor, soak them in salt water over night, wine or beer, and overcomes that un- thon hang them up in the smoke pleasant necessity of being compelled house in a good strong smoke made of to go often during the day, and to get saw dust and slippery elm bark, for up many times during the night. Tho about a week. Freckles thus treated IS THE BEST In Construction, tho Most Economical in the ueo of fuel, and tho mild and tho extraordinary effect of never fail to bo thoroughly cured." Swamp-BoMost J "erfect and Satisfactory in Operation that has yet boon produced. is 60on realized. It Even nature is working against tho stands the highest for its wonderful Prohibitionists in Kcutucky, says an Wo have secured the exclusive agency for this lino of Ranges and will be pleased to show them to you. Sizes, Styles and Prices to Buit everybody. cures of the most distressing cases. If exchange. The other day, in different you need a medicino you should have parts ot tho State, two fellows tried to the best. At drussists fifty cents or dig wells. Ono struck snakos and the one dollar. other struck ink. No wonder people You may have a samplo bottle and a in Kentucky drink whisky. book that tells more about it, both sent A coroner's jury returned the follcw Vt. ; ; t absolutely free by mail, If you send DOUGLAS & SIMMONS, ing verdict recently: "That the deyour address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writting be ceased came to his doath by trying to Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Plows and Plow Gears, Harsure and mention that you read this light his pipe with an electric light, rows, "Cultivators, Everything in the Farming Line. generous offer in the Richmond which caut be done successfully." mchl-l- y Climax. II Blacksmith Supplies. don't see why they can't let She exactly what they require; it not only gives them the im- r oil) pojiant element in a palatable and easily di- - jv gestcd form, but also the hypo- phosphites which are so valua- bie in nervous disorders that usually accompany anaemia. g SCOTTS EMULSION isa$ fatty food that is more easily digested than any other form of fat. A certain amount off flesh is necessary for health. You can get it in this way. g is (cod-live- Somo few years ago I Issued a policy on the life of a man who was far" from being-model husband. I called for Perry & Thomas. druEcIats. successor to W. decS-ly- r the premium every week and rarely cot G. White. it without agmmblo from the wife. All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nerve Plasters. The last time I called she said: "I ain't going to pay you any more. There's Mrs. Smith only had her old man in M's society three months, and he's dead and she's cot the money. I'm going to put my old man in that, so you needn't call again." Liverpool DRUGGISTS. Mercury. Hed Hot 1'rom The Gun 9 v DR. BELL'S Ilk, It st Was the ball that hit G. B.Steadman of Newark, Mich., in tho Civil War. It caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment helped for 20 years. Thon Buck-len- 's t Am ion Salvo cured him. Cures, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boils, Felons Corns, Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth. 25 cts. a box. Cure guaran teed. Sold by Perry & Thomas, Druggists. 3 Ring la the new Sing out tho false Sing in the true " Wp Jg to you the new and true from tho plney forests of Norway 'Ring out tho old sons gain a pound a taking it per' Re 666 e6fc ft wy I I I IS 11 URHITURE ROM K I $ E OURTEEN TO 1FTY-FIV- s good as it looks It l OR $90 PER SET. I I I Rockers, Chiffoniers Side Boards, Lamp Sta.nds9 J? taaa- - Frames, Kacks, 1 1 Etc., Etc., Etc. i NEW STVt-t- -, Cheap, Attractive, WE ARE i$ H S ij n,E 0LD AND REL,ABLE FIRM, 1 rafiWppTp.ucE UUIIM BIGGERSTAFF DAY TELEPHONE 78. OLD! NIGHT TELEFII 01 LLL llnnUL m A0 V. ot The Cash Hardware .. UA5H-House, . .. . 9 ........... .......... ................. 9 ee$68ceeecescaeeeeeeaae8aeces -- Sa... Cat.. 0 URt 1899, "Of. -- aa a "ai i --- . . terms will be On and after January 1st, . our ..aa ( a a a so -a os ..co -- aa -a ao o BG RAISING HIS FARE. . 5 : XI American ORlceot pfl 823 CoiumbuJ A a For in Richmond bv PcrrvA Thomas uruggisis. septzi-ly- . Bale No. 14. 3.30pm L7.40am Lv Loutsvil Ar 7.35pm ia40am rBJuam Ar ItrncbrgAr 5.10pm 8.10am 6.45pm la43am AruaroasbgAr 4.25pm 7.20am 7.00pm! laSSom! Ar Bnrgln. . Lvl 4.15pm! 7.10am 12. Na Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. howls doors sands who to do tarva tion at of thouof men The wolf of the by rounded 111. the lads. nlpntv "Right," responded tho teacher. health, is the majority or At tliis moment his eyo fell cases, is . are well and stir. A certain board school teacher is responsible for the following littlo story, poem An Ohio man wrote a which is not without its pathetic side. entitled 'Come Back to Mo," and ev He was endeavoring to explain the ory time he sends it to an editor it does. term "booking" as applied to our rail way system. "Now," ho was saying, "can any of you tell me the nanio of tho office at which railway tickets are sold. 'The booking office," replied ono of 300-lin- e the women vote" Ho "Because, my dear, they are trying to keep it a secret ballot." "I .. . ... . .. - 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 V o are thereforo promptly. compelled to sell for CASH that we may pay cash forourgoods, and will endeavor to mako it to the interest of the trade to do business with us. Wo have a nice line of Staple an& Fancy Groceries, Qucenswaro and Glassw&ro, &c. Give ns a call, examine our stock and got prices. iFGoods exchanged for country produce....... "Hi oa -- . M Forget Us When ii hi of M Work! e.. o PLOWING TIME mm . .. . .Oa. SO... . . .. a a a .oo ao -- Na WESTBOONa STATIONS. Na 10. tNa68. 3.30pm 7.40am Lv IX)Uisvil Ar ia40am 7.35pm (12pm O.C.tam Ar SholbvilAr 9.12am 6.05pm 6 17pm. laiOam! Ar Verslles Ar 7.50am 4.15pm Ill.lOatn Ar Midway Ar! 7.30am 3.33pm 7.10pmll2.0Spm Ar Georgtn Lv! 7.00am! 3.00pm CiSTUOOND. WESTBOUND. rNa l.ltNa 5. STATIONS. tNa 8.1tNa 2. 7.40am1 3.30pm Lv Ixulsvll A Ta40am 7.35pm lOJSIaml 6.20pm Lv Verslles Ar 7.50am 4.45pm 11.02am 7.05pm Ar Ntchlvlll Ar 6.58am 35pm 11.58pm 8.05pm! Ar Rlchmnd Lv 6.06am 3.00pm 1.05pm! Ar Irvine Lvl i.3Upm 8TATI0SS. Na 1. No. 3. 7.40am 7.45pm Lv Loulsvflla. 10.45am 1035pm Ar Lexington . 15. EASTBOUfD. on a starva. small boy at tho end of tho class, who Hon, pure and was evidently paying very little atten- Is right at hand . so is the tNa67. JiT Ar KuoxvlUc Ar Ashevlllo...!.. Ar Savannah Ar Jacksonville.. Ar Chattanooga . Ar Atlanta Ar Vacon Ar Birmingham 1 Lv Chattanooga . . Ar Meridian New Orleans. Ar Trslc Na Cincinnati. Florida ti Havana Lunliod enrrirs Throuch Drawimr Room Pull man Slceplog car between Louisville. Atlanta, lift con and Jacksonville: connects at Lcxlnc- ton or Chattanotpi with Pullman Sleeping car for Now Orleans; Free Cbalr cars between Loulsvlllo and Lexington; Observation Chair cars between Lexington and Rome; Cafe cars, elegant cooencs. Train No. 3 carries Fullm an' Sleeping car be tween Lomsviue, cnattanooga ana iiirming nam. aiso J nroucn Sleeping cars irom Lexington to JackKonville via Asbcville and Savan nah: also via Chattanooga And Atlanta. No cbange. Free Chair cars Lexington to Chattanooga, ""h rough Sleeping cars Lexington to iew uncans.f Dailv except Sundav. .. A. WniDOS.I'.&T.A., Loulsvlllo. Ky. Lexington, Ky: V.P.tO.M., J. M. CUL.P.T. M Washington, D. C Washington. D.O. W.A.TCUX.Q.P.A-- - WM.n.TATU,A.G.PA. LmiarlUe. Ky. WashinctorD. & kT.SWH-r.P.&T.A- Jatsonvllle . 7.00pm 7.45am o.ioam 1.15pm 5.10am 9.00am s.S5pm 6.45am lasoami 11.50am 1.00am 225pm a 55am 0.55pm 6.10pm 6.55am ia05pm 11.30am 9.55pm 8.30am e.3uam Rotary Motiot Ball BearinfS ud awBcwHucm For sale by Dtwey Mml moaa, Ky, ?q., Sih tlcalleo in a doctor said I was billons but I keo iretting worse : I toot a cough so that I could not sleep, only by being propped up in bed, Stylangs kart me, aad I got so poor that I was iuatskln IbOBC "wght I was going to die. I used two bottles jaeaacw UMeevery sum X sawed mx JMe." rfcv twMjjpwijiHi m -- JS", and sinew are manded. luyiupcuy or ""Wot, sir, 2" asked that youth inno insufficiently nourished. Improper, insufficient nourishment is starvation. cently. When a man's head aches it is because "As I thought, you were not listen the tissues of the brain do not receive sufficient nourishment from the blood, or re- ing. We will suppose that your father ceive impure and unhealthy nourishment. decided to have a day's holiday and gets nervous and sleepless, it When means that the blood is not properly ncur- - visit the seaside. What would he have to do before he could tako his seat In oat with blotcues and pimples and erun- . . uiuiua wk 111c Diu ,3, ocizjg XCU tho train?" upon the Impurities of the blood. Almost "Without a moment's thought tho every known disease is primarily due to improper nourishment through the blood, youngster electrified his teacher by re VhVh i till Tw Ti." ll plying, "Pawn his "tools." London Golden Medical Discovery is the greatest Stan&ard,' . 1 - t. , .11 r wi mi uiuuu.roaKcrs ana purifiers, gres it edfre to the appetite, corrects all disorders . Wwkiar Night Ah Day aM.va 1.11c UUJimtUtllUU 01 the elements of the food perbusiest and mightiest littlo thing The fect, invigorates the liver, promotes secretion and excretion, and vitalises the whole that every ,was made in Dr. King's New body. It makes firm, mucul flesh, but aoes not make corpulent people more, cor- JDif.Pills. Every pill is a sugar-coate- d pulent It cures o3 per cewt of all cases 'globule of health, that changes weakof ltnfrennfr coughs, bronchial, throat and ness into strength, Ilstlcssness into en tinarca Bisections, which, if neglected, lead up to consumption. It is Use best of ergy, brain-fa- g into mental power all nerve tonics and restoratives. Kept by They're wonderful in. building up the "I- was taken ill In February, i&jj. With head- - health. Only 25c per box. Sold by urn. wthcs ri. uaaats Perry & Thomas. 3 Wasn, jii soiua T . .&i-M- V life-pvt- simple. 11 means that tion to what was said. body, brain, "Did you hear that, Dowser?" he de nr rvp hnni lives.a happy wife. She writes: " I fiave ied Mother's Friend before two confinements. The last time I had twins, and was in labor only a few min utes, ounerea very mue." ine reason why rjui, is in i ansas . Vulcan i it v l vll ill j H Plow, 1 Ml rar3J l. -- ELLIS, WEST ST., ........................ KY. f... MAIN RICHMOND, CC HIGGIN S .... aa aa ..ao -- aa -- ao ao oo s ae aa ao f-- tf A And Bell Cftnfer.Cfff W A WVU Vll. WA. fr ip stora a Mother's Friend Pi! Our found is heavily stocked with every article Hardware Store, such in first-clas- NDisc Harrows. s i rill Why Suffer Agony ? When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to euro yon. It is tho discovery an eminent physician. Ko good is because it is an external liniment, to be applied upon the outside, where much of the strain comes. It helps because the pores of the skin readily absorb it,Nmd it comes into direct contact with and Is absorbed by the part3 involved. Morning sickness is qu'ckly-- banished, and nervousness is kcoHlomDletelv awav. The sense of dread and foreboding is not does expectant mothers so much as Collars, Hames, Traces, Backhands, etc., Knife! Iff Interruption of Business I ,:. Nails, Wire, Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery, etc. Mr. "Wm. Buckley, our experienced tinner, is constantly in demand for guttering, mm roofing and repairing. We will not to) UMtersoM Tho first treatment bring3 immediate relief. It .lias, cured thousands, and Tvill euro you. MR. T. rf. AVILCOX, prominent merchant, politician and chief o tho Oiattanoopa Tire Dapyrtmeiit, suys if ' After vcars of suffering, DON'S 1MLE OINTMRN to me. The use of one bos effected a permanent cure. I voluntarily jjlvc you this staterncnt, hoping it will be the means of bringing your vrondcrful remedy to the attention of others suffering with files." licoraa, j IvnM. nnA!re. raoomra 1m?7 Wo respectfully request that when Winchester has Richmond people as her guests hereafter, that they furnish them with a different grade of liquor. s Handsome girls nd whisky ie & combiwktlOH th&t will work., the ZUciiaoed by time. iir&t-clae- experienced, even during labor itself. Confinement is short and almost without pain. Recovery is quick and sure. Best of all, Mother's Friend benefits the unborn just as much as the expects: mother, and when the little one comes i. will be strong, lusty antThealthy. DratcMf mH M$Mf 'i Friend fer $1 bMfe. Seai feroarfre book o tt sabject, Untlr illaitrated. THE BRADFIELB REGULATOR CO, ATLANTA, 9A. PrkeJH.OC, Prepaid to CHATTANOOGA, any Address. TENN. mm Taylor Bros. i DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, ftt-i-jr