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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): March 29, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899032901_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 29, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. VOLUME 25. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1899. MCDUniKC WCA NUMBER 43. Wv&'MDoyU... In Regard to Trusts, in which Ho said: '"There is nothing So Pitiless, Nothing So Dangerous As the Organized Wealth Of This Land, Ojer-atin- g Through a System of Royal r Absolutely Wre aovt n ological conditions, in March, 1894, for- Baking Powder Kor the Climax Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ammo powcc CO.. ww vosx. i i t m The lMi Life Assurance OK Society Trusts." "There is No Business in Which They Are Not Willing to Engage; There is No People They Are Not Willing to Rob; There is Nothing Sacred; Nothing That They Will Let Alone;There is Nothing Poor Enough For Them to Have Pity On. They Would Rob the Graves of the Dead if They Could Reach Their Hands Into Them." The Commonwealth pub lished a synopsis ol Ju'lue larvui's charge to the Grand Jury. The de mand for the paper soon ealiausteu the issue, and we have been requested to published full text of the charge in regard to trusts. Kd Commonwealth. II.nst week A comforting lire burns brightly-ithe grate and all surroundings seem cheerful enough. Shakespeare and George Eliot sit ht, THE UNITED STATES. GRIGSBY & MUNCEY, General Agent ESstttrn Kent u ley. unceremoniously on the table. Dickens, with alibis accustomed grace and freedom, lies on the nig. Even tho dignified Victor Hugo leans on the mantel in pleaeiug and inviting attitude a goodly company but they are all silent dead in fact, and, at times, with all their wit and wisdom, they are poor company. They are like George Kliot says plain women are, "Severe facts in life to be face. I with philosophy and investigated by science. Sometimes with stupidity tho' wo are," we have tho'ts of our own that leave no room for other's tho'ts to enter. THE CEST OF THEM ALL 11 Wi I I DDI ?V0NTH1-YJVAGAZI- MrnTT'c N We may rend Hamlet's soliloquy (with our eyes). While we ourselves soliloquize We may flip Dickens' pages with nimble fingeig As we slip thro' the throng of his heros. While our mind wanders and our vagrant thought lingers On past due paper or the Filipinos. We may scan page after page of Lea Miserable Even the hell of Napoleon's last battle While our mind dwells on some childish game of marbles Or the price of board or Short-hor- n cattle. We may be in at the death of Tito Milema, Whom George Eliot killed (not a day too soon), While our tho'ts are really with the tattered streamer That waves from the Custom House under the moon. I've turned my back on them all everyone Anil have watched the glowing coals in the grate Wondered how the figures in the carpet were spun Or the wallpaper flowers till when they'll dig the holes For those beautiful poles. (Why these midnight disturbances?) When will they string the wires? Will they ever start the fires For those little incandescencies? late-Won- dered , Contains n r?npletO novel In ovcrv nnm- b'T, in nililitt.i'i ion lnree quantify of useful culerlulning reading matter. o r)n!t nrrrtf mtnrlrm. tWi , are M i .'j.'i." kjhiWp fo mo. It should b In every household. Subscription, KJ.oo per year. ArpiiIs wanted In every town, to whom the insist liberal Inducements will be offered. J. B. UPPTHCOTT COMPANY, PHILADELPHIA. Publishers, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTOJtlTEYu. j W. MILLER. Attohxey-at-Law- , - Richmond, Office in - Kentucky. y the Burnam Building, next door to feb3-lrater! National Bank. J. at-La- or has existed, or with any of the memAttorney bers of it; see wherethese books are KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, purchased and what prices are pnid for Oil'n e over Taylor's Hardware store, opthem. The great mass of people of this posite Court House, on Main Street. country sit stroyed. not realizing that it is $4 a year Daily, by mail, "The danger of the thing is that these their money a,nd the result of their H. B. HOGG, trusts would not exist in the United labor that go to swell the revenues of AT LAW. ATTORNEY Daily and Sunday, by mail, $8 a year States were it not for the fact that these trusts and make up the aggregate Kentucky. Ri.hmond, parts of the public administration have of wealth throughout the United States unbeen corruptly diverted to stand be- that will have to be destroyed, and will St., up stairs. 31 30 Office No. 13 First hind them and protect them. If the be destroyed by the people of this counlaws of the United States were admin- try before they ever know what it is to IS THE ORE ATK8T SUNDAY J. C. fe D. M. CHENAULT, NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD. istered as they are made no trusts enjoy their Government and their inLAW, ATTORNEYS AT could exist in this country; but the stitutions as they really ought to be in By mail, $2.00 a year. Price 5 cents a copy. Kentucky. Richmond, danger is that some of the execntive this land. Addres THE SUN. New York. ' It the great masses of the people of and legislative departsmeuts have been Office on Second street, over Chencorruptiy diverted in a position favor this land would take the time and nit's grocery. able to them, and, instead of crushing trouble to investigate the matter and GREENBACKS them out of existence, are undertaking finsl out the truth there would not be PHTSIOIANS. or Government Money. to support and maintain them; and it penitentiaries enough m this country comes to the courts and the courts to hold the representatives of these Will sell in any quantity DR. H. R. GIBSON, alone for their destruction, and it must trusts w ho would be sent to theui. At close cf our Civil War in 1865, at a very low price. "I know of none of those robberies be by grand juries in the courts PHYSJCIA N AND SURGEON, there appeared in the London Times For particulars call throughout this country that trusts are worst than the school book robbery. If Diwuvrrcd hy Wuni. the following : Kentucky. FioHMoND. on or address, destroyed, it they can be des- there is anything concerning which to be " If that mischievous financial polAnother great discovery has been them. people should not be robbed it is made and that too, by a lady in this icy which had its origin in the North Otfict in the Joe Colias building, it M jo "The result of it is that a few men troyed at all. American Republic during the late on.l Street, orcr Wmte .old drucrtore. "We have these trusts in Kenton school books. Theie are thousands of country. ''Disease fastened its clutches can cuntrol prices of all articles proCivil War in that country, should becounty. There is an insurance com- families in this country doing upon her and for seven years she withduced in the United States or manuCHAS. HOOKER, come indurated down to a fixture, factured in the United States; they can bination in this county indictments without some of the necessities of life stood its severest tests, but her vital orJ ETERISARY SURGEON, then that government will furnish its were returned by the last grand jury. in order to provide their children with gans were undermined and death seemed reguNte the sale of them, they can jan25-3money without cost. It will have all It is the duty of the prand jury to ex- suitable clothing and books with which imminent For Uiree months she Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. y price one thing and make the the money that is necessary to carry amine into i his matter, ami if satisfied to attend school. There is not a burirlar coughed incessantly and could not and if one of another thing on its trade and commerce. It will illegal com- on earth mean enough to rob those sleep. She finally discovered a way to Sterility a Specialty. V. rlnary Dentlitry and you undertakes to go into business in from the evidence that an become prosperous beyond precedent i, mire up stairs, over store recently accu-- i bination exists under this statute then people. I have never, seen any crim- recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of hv K.chinond Harness Co., East Main St., coii)etitioii with them they can come in the history of civilized nations of i iihiiTkt next door to you ami sell for half what it is your duty to find indictments, ami inal dtgraded enough to attempt it. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump the world. The brain and wealth of I hope when the trial juries come to No one would do it except the trust tion, and was so much relieved on taking you sell for, until they bteak ou up we do not handle, because all countries will go to North America. M. D H. C. fur- the organized wealth of men who tirst dose, that she slept all night and and run you out of the business. '1 ln v dispose of this matter that they go we know nothing adout the THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE Medicine and Surgery. are doing this all over the country ; the ther aud inflict jail sentences as well as raise their hands in pious horror at with two bottles has been absolutely DESTROYED OR IT WILL DEOffice Collins Buildinir, Main Street. drug business, but lines. 1 hope and believe the next every lale of etty theft they hear. cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz.' STROY EVERY MONARCHY ON Triephone at resilience (the Olrr pUce) oo result is that retail business is decreasBiondway . ing, that retail stores are lieing driven Legislature of Kentucky will make the There is nothing so pitiless, nothing so 1'hns writes W. C. Hamnick A Co., of THIS GLOBE." Kentucky. out of the land, that those who are the commission of these acts a felony, in accursed, nothing so dangerous as the Shelby, K. C. Trial bottles free at Richmond, --- --The famous Hazzard circular, to of penitentiary organized wealth of this land, operating Perry A Thomas' Drug Store. Succes capitalists in New York, and the Buell masters and have their own shops aud order that the doors the W. KVANS, M 1)., men who through a system of trusts, llrnnk them snrs to W. (i. White. Regular sire 60c Bank circular to United States BankG. clerks are being driven out, and those may be opened to receive the I say down, destroy theui, or they will des- and $1.00; every tiottle guaranteed. 4 of these combinations. We make, sell and apply. After more than 30 ers, both emanating from London, and who are matters are being made ser- are guilly yesrs actual practical experience in the making it is your duty to indict these people troy yon. selling and putting on of paint, we feel some the fabulous corruption fund raised in Physician and Sprceon, vants. know somewhat justified in claiming thst Improvement Among.Shart Horn Cattle. engaged in that business, "You have read a great deal about result of it is that the lalior if they are thing more about the business than thoM who England and Germany, estimated at Kentucky. ''The Richmond. - of them were the Whisky Trust that is forming in in Frankfort eighty-fou- r Mm! in iu county, once the home of have for a short time as clerks and dealers been $1,500,000, were the agents that seand industry of the country instead of and counter of indi Kentucky. Whether it has extended the finest herd of short horns on earth, sellingofover thethey .era paints canned with cured the closing of our mints against which keged nnaoiuainted lieing presented to whom it belongs by indicted and fined; a number DR. T. J. TAYLOR, quality of the contents We guArantee to silver. were tried, aud one man its operations into this county or not I bids fair to regain some of the pres- the to give the people of this and adjoining couninheritance and by right, is being made viduals, agents, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, goThe "walk into my parlor" policy do not know ; it is for you to find out, tige lost since the death of Col. T. 8. ties bettrr paints, that will produce better reorganized wealth of the on a jury of twelve saved them from Kentucky Mta property of sults for less money than any concern this side of England, during and since the Richmond, ing to jail. In Georgetown the other and you can find out all you want Moberiey and the sale of his magnifi-cieu- t of the larger cities. Now make a list of paints United States, and I say to you that it White Lead on, get figures from wanted odd of these com- about it. Forest Grove herd. The Cm max all , thenfrom our figures and if we are not lower Spanish W.ir, is the latest evidence arOfllce and residence on Second Street. get is true in the light of the history of day they tried forty and give you better goods than nay one else, of English Diplomacy in shaping the "I have said to you all that I can say has received this letter: panies who had entered into thi6 illegal, trusts in the United States in the last we promise you that we wont ask you to buy. destiny of the United States Governrate, to 2S2TTAL SUBQEr.7. it remains for you to do the rest, Ed. Cmmax- Remember we submit samples for your few years that the O'gnnized money unjust and oppressive insurance ment. make you pay more insurance than you so far as your jurisdiction extends in I had the pleasure of visiting Mr. J. Notwithstanding the famine price ought to pay, for their benefit, in other Kenton county, Ky., and you will find V. White, the enterprising short horn M. of wheat, the Spanish War, and fabuwords, systematized robbery, and there that in manv other counties in Ken- breeder, who laid the foundation for a i riaiai.ifiai lous expenditures of money by our peittist, they were fiued by the petit jury, and tucky there will be honest and courag- bright fnture in that line, in the fall of government during the past year, gold W W. HAIR STREET. K v. or Louisville, probably will continue to be fined until eous grand juriors that will do as I 1895, by his purchases at the dispersion RICHMOND, KY. has increased in value eleven per cent, Bt Building, drOntce next door to Govern they abandon it. The purKse of it is hope and believe and expect you will sale of the reuowned Forest Grove to 4. RichmHnd, Ky. umcr noa- mlargest and only exclusive wholesale and a'l otlier values decreased in the nov!7-lthat those in certain business will fix do 4tere." herd. It is an acknowledged fact that ami The retail ealer in Psints, Wall Paper. Win same proportion. Oils. certain prices, and you cau't get it unno better material could have been ob dow Shades, Window Olass, suppliesVarnishes, For a thorough understanding of generally, Brushes, Artist snd Painters Ulsriois iws Four nice rooms torrent. less you pay that price, and that thing tained for a beginning than from cattle stock the largest and prices alwa s the lowest. the money question, or silver issue, Conies from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of tested and tried by the lamented Col. exists in Covington and Kenton county the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-so- n, just as it does at Georgetown N hashtta. I. T. He writes: "Four Moberiey. His breeds stood foremost In constant pain when on given evidence of its ability to teach, explain and produce all facts and next door to postoffice. your feet ? ,aud Frankfort, and it devolves upon bottles of Electric Bitters has cured for years in eastern and western show ... i . truth. It is a paper that ought and 13 that.tirafJtKini;, pulling' the grand jury of this county to say Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had yarns. He is gone iorever from our can be read hy ail classes with pjeas-u-e sensation with you from morn ner great sunering lor yearF. midst, but his work will bear witness that it dosn't exist any longer catiseu FRED SMITH. and profit. till night ? "They go futher than this; there is Terrible sores would break out on her for years to come. Among the many DENTIST. hy not put the medicine head and face, and the beat doctors good ones he bred is Mary Abbotts nothing on earth that the trusts won't Office, over Collins' Grocery- same office exactly on the disease ? Why do. I believe that an aggregation of could give no help;but her cure is com bum 7th now owned by Mr. Aaron lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burin. Janl2-lnot apply the cure right tOi great wealth always has a tendency to plete and her health is excellent." Barbour, of New York. This animal is "1 i 'the spot itself" is shows what thousands have admitted by the oldest breeders in brutalize; I believe that the aggregalou can do it with that Electric Bitters is the America and Great Britain to be the H. tion of great wealth always hu) a ten proved dency to remove every instinct and best blood purifier known. It's the best cow living or dead. She has beeu every spirit and every feeling of human- suprenre remedy for eczema, letter, shown for five consecutive years against Commission No. 808 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, ity that men ought to have. You will salt rheum, uleers, boils and running all breeds and has neversuftered defeat. will beat the Hotel Zimmer, Richmond, Ky., oa Merchants.. sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys and 1 have no doubt but that all will come find in the hearts of the worst criminWednesday, April 12, 1899, something bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion right yet in the breeding of fine cattle als that comes into court that is good, something that is desir- builds up the strength. Only 50 cents. in Kentucky, where they are now in returning every second Wednesday o. each Cattle, Hsgs and Sheep, Reference every physician of Richmonth. able, something that is worth having, Sold by Perry x Thomas. Druggist, demand. Farmers cannot farm withfeblt-ly- . mond, Ky. 4 out cattle. They lift mortgages and but vou will find nothing on earth in Guaranteed. swell bank accounts, and for the good organizations of wealth that is good or KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. Union Stock Yards, that is worth having. There is no limit, EARTH HAT BE DESTROYED. of Madison county I hope Mr. White will some day approach the high mark If. I. Ill MR, Pim4fit there is no business in which they are Cincinnati, O. uot willing to engage; there is 110 peo- PROF. RUDOLPH FALB, OF VIENNA, WHO at which it once was. ERABY, BIBLB, MEDICAL, AND COMQO TO THE- He has a grand start a fine farm of HAS MADE MANY ACCURATE PREDICMERCIAL COLLEGES. ple that .they are not willing to rob; Telephone 7346. $ a rolling land situated on the Lancaster TIONS, FORETELLS THE PROBATuition for Literary and Bible Coarse t0,O"O there is nothing sacred; nothing that year. More than twenty teachers. pike, three miles from Richmond. The WIPING-0UBLY OP THIS they will let alone; there is nothing gymnasium. Thousands of successful alumm. WTAI. information regarding live Social and moral welfare of students receive cattle of his own breeding show the PLANET IN NOVEMBER. poor enough for them to have pity on; special attention. Open to both sexes. For Consign stock cheerfully furnished. 11 W. Short St. , Lexington, Ky. )lytv-t- f character of good blood. His stock catalogues address the President. there is nothing humble enough or sept7-l- y yoor stock direct to us. "W. KASTSBS, Proprietor. J. bull. Gondolier, is one of the best short 1899. weak enough for them to pity. They IS cents. Regular meals would rob the graves of the dead if they January and February Unprecedent- horns in America, both aa an individ- Most convenient 15 cents. Lodging hotel In and centrally locatd Immediately after the CALL AT the ctty. Fine equipped bar in iwunection. ed cold waves, cyclones and hurri- ual and by breeding. I saw there a could reach their hands into them. CENTRAL ! heifer that ia simply superb, Plaster is applied, you fech canes at sea, with great loss to "hip"For every five cents that you pay LM SO YEARS' .its warming, soothing in- -. ping, particularly on the American for which Mr. White has refused a for school books for your children yt.u EXPERIENCE fluenee. Its healing remedies' very tempting offer, stating she was not continent. pay 10 or 15 cents in addition by way of quickly penetrate down deep KIIORT LINE TO tribute to the School liook Trust-Ther- Toward End of March Earthquakes for sale, which means that he is to into the inflamed tissues. hold fast to the sort that produce the irn't a school book sold to a and destroying hailstorms. SALOON PARLOR Pain is quieted, soreness is re-Covington Tidal wave, destroying best results. school child in the city of WHEN IN TOWN. lieved and strength imparted. have no hesitation in saying Mr. I eastern coast of America. Florida that isn't unmitigated robbery. There No plaster was ever made like It. and California becoming islands from White has laid the foundation of what isn't school book or a school imp leto Trudc Marbs No plaster ever acted so quickly will become one of the greatest stock I3ESICNS a submarine earthquake. No piaster ever nient purchased by a child in the city and thorou(kly. Coolest and most refreshing ARKANSAS, TEXAS, COPVRIGHTS AC. had such complete control over all of Covington that does not involvo the November 13 Our planet to come in farms in Kentucky. I wish the vener Anyone sending a sketch and ilesertislo. assy found of drinks that can ( pais. every snccess i:i his quickly ascertain oar opinion rras whether snkinds MEXICO contact with the comet known to as- able gentleman transaction of taking two or three probably patAmtabMs, Cmoinnlcnin the city are dispensed endeavor to the fine cattle Invention ts ,he chest it is Uona Htrlrtlycim Placed over tronomers as the comet of 1886 cur times tiie price of that book from the for wciinnE. patel II:.. AND CALIFORNIA. sent free. Oldest and accommoby A P.ia,. t . a powerful aid to AVer's parents of that poor child and putting planet to be, if not absolutely, par- industry in Madison, and trut all SMCtsi notice . an Thninah M nilHi. the A, rei lve without chnniD. Tourist Sleeping Car leaves LouisPullman loyal citixens will encourage him in this dating clerks." Pectoral; relieving Cherry tially destroyed. it in the pockets of the robber trust. I ville every Thursday night and runs through to San Francisco. laudable undertaking. Kept oa Tap. congestion and drawing out Genuine Saratoga Water say (o you, go after these people, in Ask your ticket agent for particulars or write Lsnrast etr- C. G. Forbes, A handsomely Illustrated weekly, H Fowler, Traveling I'assitnger Agent, inflammation. all to R Ter.n8, alt a This is the cheerful prediction that vestigate as to these Covington schools, uUllnn of any sclentlfln tnnmiol four months 11. Sold bl lUI newsdValsr.. pox Richmond, Ky., March 21. kv Lr. nttrooisTS. 'Kree ' Reclining Chair Can Louisville to establish what connections, if any, any Professor Kudoiph Falb, of Vienna, a C. i..iiAVKB CO.. Lowell. Mam. raw York Phone ii. Memphis and New Orleans. Second St. Cov-iitgschool book concern has with the noted scientist and Seeing isn't always believing; wo Wai 'luurtou. i). u WM. A. KELLOND, A. H. HANSON, - lots of people we can't believe, School Board, as it exists uow authority on earthquakes and meterm RICHMOND, KY. Louisville A. G. P. Q. P. A., Chicago. - there is no exaggeration to say that there is no law upon the statute books of this commonwealth today of more general ami vital importance to the people of Kentucky than that statute is, and I would rather see its provisions strictly enforced and its penalties universally imposed than those of any other statute on the stutute books of Kentucky. "It is a statute intended to prevent the organization and operation of trusts in the State of Kentucky. It is a contest that involves the question of for, if you and other grand juries art; unable to exterminate and destroy these things, they will exterminate and destroy you. They are contrary to every principle of government known to us, and to every principle embodied in the lundamental law of this laud. :lt..of "Among the effects and the operalion of those concerns is to take away from you and all men like you everywhere in this country the right to engage in any business. One of the effects and resultB of these combinations aud organizations is to enable a certain number of men with an aggregation of wealth to say that a certain industry in this country lelongs to them, and that no other man shall engage in it, that the boot and shoe industry is theirs, that the china trade is theirs, and so on throughout all tiie trades and industries known in this country, until it has become so that most of the industries of this country have come under the control of a set of men a very few men having an aggregation of wealth behind to-d- 'I think To-nig- G. power of this countryj.has become a public enemy and out to bo treated as such ; I say that it ought not only to be prosecuted, but it ought to be de- to-d- warded to the Imperial Academy of at Vienna. Probably nothing more would have been heard of the prediction if the meterologtcal condition of the latter part of January and early part of February, of this year, had not corresponded with Professor Falb's prediction, and the scientific journals of Europe are in consequence, giving Professor Falb and his predictions a great ileal of atteution. While Professor Falb 18, by many scientists, considered a "crank," his predk'tious on seismic disturbances have been remarkable fulfilled. As, for instance, the great earthquake at .ante in 1803, he, several days bed re the en imj naive, ovcurreu. aeiit. wmiiiiii to the press all over Europe. Again, in March, 18!3, he was invited to lecture befoie the Tourist Club, of Vienna, on the subject of earthquakes, but, while accepting the invitation, positioned the lecture until after April 13, as an earthquake would take place about that time and he would prefer to include the results of his investigation of the earthquake in his lecture. And, as the German proverb has it, "has du tuir geschen," the earthquake did occur on April 8, and was felt all over Southern Hungary and did much damage. Many incidents like these could be quoted, where predictions have been made one to two years in advance and been fulfilled Professor Falb disclaims in the most peremptory manner that his warning should be classed as predictions or prophecies. "I am not a prophet," he said in an interview. "My theories are simply scientific investigations into mundane anatomy. The interior of the earth is filled with a matter mass, subject to ebb and flow just like the waters of the Kverv intelligent and educated ocean. man knows this. Between the surface of the earth and this molten mass, which is slowly cooling, there is only a shell of an average of eighteen miles in thickness, in some places thinner than in others, and here the confined force escapes in the form of gas Bui not finding such an outlet, through the influence of the moon, a great tidal wave sweeps round the inner crust of the earth and produces the terrible phenomena known as earthquakes. This is, in short, Professor Falb's theory, aud it has been much disputed, particularly bis reference to the influence of the moon. Professor Falb calls attention to the "fully estab lished" instances where a comet has come in contact with our planet and the results. 616. January 14, ten people killed in China by the fall of a meteor. villages 823. November 3, thiriy-flv- e destroyed in Saxony. 1511. September 4, many lives destroyed by falling meteors at Crema. 1749. November 4, a ship crossing the Atlantic was stuck, killing several sailors. 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By our treatment ulcers heal, tho hair crows sjrain. pair. disappear, tho fkin bcoomes health;. , ami marriage is )Ksibto ana rale. Compel j'ou fco trade with us when you give us a trial. 1 Want Of a Cent CD fji Fir lelH A I m "I CURES GUARANTEED I Ml ? Thonrandsof vounr and jniddle.occd men have their vigor and italily rapped by early abuses, later excesses, meutal worry, etc. No matter ibn cans, our New Method Treatment i the refuge. WE CURE IMPOTENCY newed. and one feels l iiusetf a. uiau, among men. Every case is t rente-- iudi-vidunlly no euro-al- l benco our wonder ful success. No matter what aits you. Wo can us confidentially. Icontult bonds to guarantee to uccoin- Aud restore all part to a normal condition. Ambition, lifo aud enercy uro - & Wc Irsnt ami cure: EMISSION'S. VA11ICOCEI.E. SYI'HIMS. tir.KKT. RTHICTUKK, IMI'OTEXOY. BKCHBf DRAIN, 1 XNATI RAI. DlSt'HA KtJ-ErKIDNEY and BLADDER Diicnree. CONSULTATION HIKE. HOOKS FREE. If unsbl to call, wnte for BLANK QUESTION lot HOME TREATMENT. 250,000 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 bjd your money unless you get value received for it. For that reason we arealwa's glad to have you look around the store and learn how much better vou can do here than anywhere else CURED the latest, up-to-da- te Red-roo- m W goods. Is that what you want? If so, trade with Suites... In Kennedys Kergan 122 W. Fourth St., CINCINNATI, O. Lfcj White AND Gibson News and Opinions I A Paint For OF.a National Importance I The Sun Contains Both. Wc have an limited quantity of black paint, Maple, Mahogany, Golden and Antique Oak.... 'xjr Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds. Elegant Sideboards. Ni: Extension and Center Tables. Odd Dressers. Chiffoniers. NjK Parlor Cabinet Book Cases. Hat Racks, Etc., Etc. There is also on display in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever brought to Richmond. My selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette, Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot be excelled. A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and Corduroy, just received from the city. Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Work Baskets, Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attractive additions to our business. you are a lover of beauty it will pay you to If call and my line of Framed Pictures, Medallions, &c. We also make a specialty of framing pictures. Bird's-Eye suitable for barns, Iron Fences, Gutters, &c. Our line is full and complete, and in charge of Mr. M. G. Brown, a graduate embalmer and funeral director. It will pay you to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. NEVILLE MOBERLEY, Ka to-d- ....Water I to. m ..), f vj Successor to J. S. Collins. NIGHT PHONE . 23.S i-- -- i Ap-'- y Drugs i : I i ..v ivsi fc VJ a JdSPER, A BOON TO MANKIND! Paints . D" in TABLER'S BUCKEYE 3 jniE c V PILE 1 IW ' II sf ... I'l w CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 76 cents; bottles, so Cents. JaMcS F. BALLARD, y; y r - DOCS 12-- 1 0F man Me? r Sole Proprietor, & 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, Janl5-ly- MO. For sale by PERRY THOMAS, Druggists. . Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. -- y Dr. Louis Landman W,H,Hoshal&Co Myers Cherry Pectoral Plaster FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who are contemplating buying Marble, Granite, or any kind of Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in the reai ol the M. E. Church rm Irvine Street, where Uiey will find constantly on bam! a larjre stock of finixhed work to select from, at prices to suit all clsws of W. G. UOUCHBR, one of the best workmen in Central buyers. Kentucky, is in charjje 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. fM. Leii-gt- w, -- glB YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.". T English Kitchen, T. HK7VvILTON. REPAIRING AND TIMEINO KINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. Proprietor. All Work Guaranteed. I L. E. LANE, WEHiEie 2nd cSc New OrleansBestiine July-Augu- st Street, Richmond, Opticiait, Ky. le Sell Your Hides We pay the Highest and sell for the Lowest Prices on earth. IS up-to-da- te Scientific Jtoitrican. Seed Potatoes at Thurman's, Thurman Grocery Co., RICHMOND, KY. AND BUY YOUH l tn world-renowne- d 3eiB.. A-- , Cor. Main and Cheapside, from a visit to Miss Florrio Bright In George B. Broaddus, and Miss MattfS 1 M M M N X M Kits v Richmond. Several delightful enter- McColIum, eldest daughter of Mrs. Sa- H H l A tainments wero given In her honor ran jicUollum. drove to Lexington WE HAVE PLENTY F CIAL. Aft during her stay in that hospitabio city. nnd wore married. Thoy were accom bhelby News. panied by Mr. Rrawner Hicks and And can fill orders Hon. C. B. Hill, of Clark county Miss Maggie McColIum, sister of the Wise people are also rich promptly. Otir Pine bride, Mr. Broaddus is book-keepa leauing canmuato lor Secretary ot Knot and Straight Creek hnji Tint liryirrl nf Mm inrtrivicafl wnrwa when they know a perfect State, subject to tho action-o- f tho Demo and collector for Mr. L. R. Blanton, the EVr.UY wnDNKSDAY BT nnd cratic party, was here majdog many coal merchant, nud is a well-like- d Coals can not be ex-- iremedv for all annovtina dis- " deserving young gentleman. His bride friends on Saturday. celled. We also handle UO. working men. it win be timo enough eases of the blood, kidneys, TUG UlimaX mean to any particular house, if so get a div'orqe and . The marriage of Mr. John Macklin was for several years a popular clerk in for Mr. Brvan to hear of it vhpn the r. Hay, Corn, etc. Telebuy where you can get the BEST GOODS for. the uvcr ana pcrweis, is Stevenson.gf Georgetown, and Miss Mr. E. V. Elder's store, and is highly phone 21, near R. N. I. LEAST MONEY. Come to my store and convince PRICK riSU YEAR, $1.50. crtififrfi Llnnn Holly Witherspoon, eldest esteemed. May longTfnnrt' I I n ... iir! 7 Hnv I uo a .& B. Depot. yourself of the wonderful reduction in -- Wraps, Dress ness attend them, is tho wish of their vT Terms, 1 vviu hi iJ" a Ail a fofitcfil tn aaIa. I i "Tl ciuoni .J daughter of Mr. N. "Holly "Witherspoon, 0. PerjeCX tn ttS aCttOh. brato Jefferson's hirthdnv nt a. Kinnnpl many friends. Goodsi Underwear, "Wool Hosiery, Blankets, Comforts ANNOUNCEMENT of Winchester, is announced to tako - 71 presided over by a McKInley Demo- - so reoalates the entire SVS- - place April 18." and Notions of all kinds. FOR AUDITOR. NEFF & MILLION. . afpi Vilir ........ ..b frlf .2c mol'tnr llftYl f,v w..j linvinnuln.lI torn We are authorized to announce JOHN B. 4.n U,:n GIIENAULT. of Madison county, a candidate with those who voted iv "'"V minnn,i- - HendersonviJIe, Egg getting along fit w" "How's Gooso him In lor the office of State Auditor, subject to the was Big Show Coming. 1890. FranWin Favorite, never disappoints. Letcher Owsley N. C?"day. asked 01 1 ue uemocrauc state i;onvenion. health. action the other '.'Willie Goitre "For 42 years I had goitre, or Is doing nicely Tho Old Kentucky Pickaninnies, con and we think he isgain- The Climax gleans with pleasure swellings on my' neck, which was. dis flichmond Gun Club Organized. FOB EEPEESENTATIVE. solidatcd with tho originnl Georgia the information from the Thomasville, couraging and troublesome. Rheumatism ing ground. He wants to get back to Minstrel, mnking tho .biggest and best ".Ve are authorized to announce M. II. WILL The Madison County Gun Club is now IAMB a candidate for the Legislature, subject to Ga., specials that President McKinley also annoyed me. Kentucky, though," replied Letch Hood's Sarsaparllla me action 01 me democratic party. minstrel organization now beforo the an actuality, having been organized on completely the "ate heartily," and that ho "enjoys his cured medisappeard. and lady swelling has Lancaster Record. Wo are authorized to announce W. W entirely public,, will appear hero Thursday, Saturday with Messrs. Harvey Chen- in Michigan A COMBS a candidate to succeed himself in the drives immensely." This is In happy saw my previous testimonial and used Mrs. w. K. Denny and daughter, 30th, in a monster laughing fes- - auIltuidR. Edgar Tnrley, President and next general assembly of the State of Kcn- - contradistinction to the soldiers who Hood's and was entirely cured of the same Jliss Willie May Denny, of Upper Gar Marchan That our line of Men's Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best lucKy suDjeci to tne win 01 too Democratic me for recommend entertainment different from Vice President respectively. Nearly She thanked party. did not eat heartily of the rotten beef, trouble. Mas. Anna Sutherland, 406 Lovel rard, are witli Mrs. A. II. Severance. tival, in the city. I also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls. My-stocing It." forty members have, nhendy enrolled any other ,a program teeming with novel and who did not enjoy their rides in Street, Kalamazoo, Mich. .Mr. W..T. Richardson and wife, of' of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only a few prices and original Ideas twenty juvenile Tho recent pigeon shoots li.avo been so CALL FOR COUNTY CONVENTION. the cattle ships. Poor Health "Had poor health for J unction City, wero here Saturday on that are now making them go : years, pains in shoulders, back and hips, sable performers, twelve funny corn- - enjoyable to tho members that the pros way to Richmond to visit friends constant medians, twelve sent singers, twenty-lou- r pect of a long series of Bhoots is very The farmers of Ohio last year sold withappetite. headache, nervousness and their no Usea Hood's sarsaparllla, Stanford Journal. Blankets, 10-- for 38c. to $5.00. "Ileeeked, That a Dirtrict Convention their crops for $50,000,000 while the trained strength and can work hard all day: skilled musicians, twelve song nnd lino. There nre many very fine marks. .1 Oa 'I he new steamship M. A. Hanna dnncc artists, .forty famous performers, men in the county. n Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. shall be hold in the Third Railroad oianuiiru vn uompany sold tho pro- eat heartily and sleep well. I took It be helped my husband." Mas. was successsully launched nt the Clove- - mbu, women nnd children. District of Kontnckv on Wednesday, ducts of the oil wells of tho same state cause it J. GirrzLs, Moose Lake, Minn. Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50c. Elizabeth Next Monday will bo April County April 20, 1899, fur the purpose of nomi for more than three times that amount, Ladies' Vests, 15e. and up. Makes Weak Strong-- " I would give land ship yards Saturday. Mlra Fanny Seo the big spectacular first part, the for and yet the farmers of Ohio are satis- $5 a bottle for Hood's Sarsaparllla It I lianna, daughter of L. C. Hanna. Presi Dark Town Circus, Pickaninnies liv Court day. Call around and see us. natinir a Democratic candidate Ladies' All-woHose, 19e. A could not get It for less. It Is the best J Railroad Commissioner in said district fied they are the most properous peo- spring medicine. It makes the weak strong." ueut oi mo uiooo uorapany and niece ing pictures, t hot stuff" cakQ walk, two A Spool Cotton, le. and up. CORRESPONDENCE. of Mr. J. Stone Walker, thiscitv. chris hours of hilarity in gracious plcnti-tudSaid Convention will meet in the. city ple in tho state. Oh. how easily is the ALBERT A. JAOSOW, DOUglaStOWn, I. 1 100-Yar- d Spool Silk, 5c. tened the now vessel. of Winchester at 1 o'clock p. ni. Dele farmer gulled! Nicholasville Demo- If yon miss it, you will regret it. 12 Yards Lace, 5c. BED HOUSE. shall be chosen crat, gates psaid Convention JHiss Lottio Maydwell returned last Watch for tho big new parade, a tre Handkerchiefs, lc. and up. at County Mass Conventions, to beheld Thursday from a visit to Richmond mendous free street carnival. Two I 111 III II Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up. Refcm.ican prosperity can be stated county soats in the district Preaching at Republican Church next nt various u,uu iiauciuiiur iiiuucation here is bands of music, bannered, armored nnd and well cared for liver flood's Pills urown Cotton, per yard. at '2 o'clock, p. in., on Saturday, April thusly: Twenty manufactories com only csthsrtlccurs take Ills ; the by Profs. "Wm. Jackson. sumptuously clad, an army of Pickan Sunday by Elder Edwards. with Hood's Ssrispsrllli. to bine and form ono corporation. Thous Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. 15, 1899. James banders, J. R. Riggs and Mrs. H innies in positively tho greatest street Mr. Everett Green, who was accident- "That tho basis of representation ands of men lose their iobs thereby. 11. .turner of tho Campbollsville Overcoats, $2.50 and up. Hich display over conceived, starting from ly shot last weeklsimproviiig rapidly. from oacli county to the District Con- - The wages of tho few who have work to bctiool. Campbellsville Times-Jou- r Depot at 1:30 p. in. .Mrs. Jake S. Shearer, of this place, is for tho battlo of 1900. He Always watch for my advertisement, I can save you money. vention shall bo ono delegate for every do are raised a few cents per day each. tho ranks nal. Secure seats at Stockton & Hagan's visiting her sister, Mrs. Stafford, of corporation a trust then pro- says: two hundred votes and each fraction ine Mr. W. R Shackelford attended tho Drug Store. Louisville. "Speaking for --myself, I am a gold over ono hundred votes cast for tho ceeds to advance tho price of what it man, but I will unhesitatingly support burial of Sidney J. Johnson at little Thero will bo a Sunday School organ .has been manufacturing. erae.Yi head of the Doraocratic electoral ticket Rock, Ark., and thereby cave expres T Ii . ized at Mt. Pleasant Church on Sunday lew get wner wages, free silver, 10 to 1, should it bo made ivesuii: at the Presidential olection in 1S99." in sion not only to his own friendship for nexl at 1 o'clock. "That nil known Domocrats and otli- but many have no work nt any price. tho platform sentiment of the partyany tho deceased but In a measure showed 1900. I will give my full support to The Children's Mission Band of Mt. ors who will pledge themselves to sup- - Tho consumer pays for tho combintion. candidate whom tho convention se tho lofty esteem of many citizonsof this Pleasant Church, will on Sunday next, port tho nominee of said District Con buck is Republican Prosterity. placa for their lamented companion lects. at 3 oclock, civo an entertainment. vention shall be ontitlcd to participate A careful reading of the editorial ''The trusts form the giant evil in our and friend. Everybody invited to attend. in the Countv Conventions to select pages oi tnoso Dan Cheuault and wife.of Richmond, papers which most affairs. There is no time or room for delegates. Isaac Woolum.'hged twenty-fiv- e 3'ears, severely denounced General Miles for details here. But the monster combi wero in tha citv Saturday enrouto tn "J. M. LASSING, Chairman. died nt the home of Dave Owens, on ins remarks concernine tho armv beef nation of money, called tho trusts, visit the latter's father, Davis Reid, of "South Thimble, Secretary." Wednesday night, March 22, 1899. He Cor. Main and 1st Sts. will reveal n wonderful change of tone whose methods contemplate the bribery flu. bterlmg Mr. and Mrs..H. W Richmond, Ey. was a staunch Democrat nnd good and an evident attempt nt apology. of Congresses and Legislatures nnd McKinney went to Richmond Saturday. Pursuant to tho above call I request Genernl Miles did not christian. He leaves n host of friends assert that the even tno control ot courts, must he tie Mr. McKinney returned Monday, but the ftoinocrats of Madison county to who mourn his loss. H 7S beef had been embalmed, but asserted stroyed. To this we should have an in Mrs. McKinney remainod there to tl 7K 73k 7 meet in Mass Convention at tho Court that soldiers declaired that it tasted as come tax and an inheritance tax. We spend several days with relatives and House, in Richmond, Ky., at 2 o'clock if it had been embalmed. should have public ownership of all friends. Winchester Sun. p. m., on Saturday, April loth, 1S99, to But Miles did say tho beef was rot- - these franchises which are now in the It was a pleasure to one and all to appoint delegates to attond the District ton and tho evidence sustains his as hands of the great railroads, bridge and welcome Mr. J. Cooper Hughes, last Convention, to be held at Winchester, MAT COIIKN. Ky., April 20th, 1S99, to nominate a sertion, lie denounced JSaean s "ex electrical companies and other combi week. He is with a largo Philadelphia periment." Tho beef inquiry, despite nations nf kindred sort. Above all wo drug house, and has not visied this old Democratic candidate for IJailroad Com Theabovoisa disgracefully bad pic itself, has sustained nil of Miles' should have the initiative and referen home in noarly ton years. missioner in IheThird Railroad District Ho has not ture oi "John Wagers' son, Mat" who charges, and more. dum, and so put within the actual changed a particle, and the legion of goes to .New York next week of Kentucky. with power'of the people nt tho polls to pro friends who so regretfully THE-suiparted from thirty liigh-clat- s John 15. Chexalt, Chm'n., Kentucky saddle and for a receiver for tho Louis pose or pass a law or, if needs be, press him years ago fairly overwhelmed him hirness liorsts to bo District Com. Madison, County, Ky. ville Dispatch terminated in a complete sold publicly at ' to repeal a law in spite of any action by with demonstrations of jdIsz. March 24th, 1W. delight nt seeing the American Horso Exchange 50th victory for tho Dispatch, Judg Miller ,,. .. , ,. ,, venal or corrupt Congresses or Legisla him again. street and Broadway, on Mondy even dismissing tho petition and ordering Ask any hardware man in Richmond tures. r.. Mrs. Jas. S. Winn, who has been ill ing April 10. You tell folks that when in need of anything in the Hardware, Tinware or Stove 7W what tho Republican trusts have done that the costs of the suit be paid. by tho Mr. Cohen is certain of having great S8 plaintiffs. Ho also vacated the order of sinco last September, and often danlor his wares. line, not to stop until they get to the Old Reliable House of D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO gerously so, was out to dinner at the success, as he has tho horses and will Stenographer Walker fining Mr. Allen They are now buyingfor Reese llouse Thursday. Her appear oacK np an ins claims such a manner Uvkn Mr. Belmont must admit that R. Cnrter, President of the Dispatch ance nt the hotel, in her accustomed as to ensure confidence in thn nnimals company, to tor reiusing to answer hypocrisy finds no resting place in the Miss Helen Terrill is at homo from place, after her long illness, was a de- he will put on sale. . . questions, and fined the Stenographer Paris. mind of Win. Jennings Bryan. light to her many friends and the and the attorneys for the disgruntled And receiving ihe ; Largest and Most Complete Stock (for th& Spring trade), that ever came to Richmond. Richmond to Have a Zoo. No matter what the price of farm proMr. J. T. McClintock was in Cincin boarders of the house. Evnrvbmly stockholders $5 each for contempt of experience in the hardware business and they think they know Iheyhaye had a hfe-tim- e Mr Harvey Neff, son of our leading people's ducts, the factory products have uoiio court. Tho filing of tho proceedings natl Monday. wm do glad to know Sho is nhln In ho wants. They are prepared to sell you anything, in the hardware line for less money than youthe et the produce merchant, Mr. J. H. Neff, is up twonty-fiv- o cents at a jump. can Miss Lizzie Feeny visited her brother out and will soon ba restored to HUDscquuiu mereio nave resulted in same goods anywhere. Now when you are not trading with S. & Co., just keep your hand on your "rabbit making a selection of animals nnd week, health. Winchester Sun. MoKixlkv nifcht nlead that ho is ,nucn Boou to the Uispatch, and have In Paris this foot and your eye peeled for hoodoos. curious freaks of nature with the pur Mr. J. C. Lyter is back from a busi Mr. Clarence E. Woods, of tho Cli pose in view of opening playing usurious interest on tho Alger been disastrous to tho parties instigaf on a small scale ness trip to Memphis. M max, has been appointed by President a Zoological Garden contribution to the campaicu fund of lnK lt' for Richmond. 1 ovu I ! Q, Tirr TTnlfl hjiAico la jayiii lliurtl Miss Julia lliggins is visiting Miss ttooifolk.of the Kentucky Press As Young Mr. Neff has already several uuiicu sociation one of six alternate delegates curiosities wy y i that would entertain and de Philipines than it has ever Susan McRoberts at Danville. y Vfi V ft NM VM H Vfcl isvH a NB'TTNBI' VM to but has always been a private club for thought necessary to expend in dollars Miss Mary Belle Miller was the guest al the meeting of the National Editor- - light thnso who have not already in A Association which convenes in July spected them for hours. grab. It knifod Bryan in '90 and should and cents for any new territory ceded of Mrs. Elizabeth Miller last week. Last week he received from Red Mr. Stanton B. Hume is in Chicago, nt Portland, Oregon. Free passes on repent boforo coming to the commun- - to this country by treaty or conquest, specinl trains are given to the delegates, Lick mountains ono of the largest cata Lexington depot, met us and wanted to appreciation of ion tnblo, think niiiny men who beleive In view of the fact that the Philippine but will probably return his many good qualities who will also bo privileged to visit mounts ever on exhibition islands are distant five weeks by water with 3ryan. in Kichmond. Mr. nrd Mrs. Richard J. McKeo Yellowstone Park, Seattle, and Alaskn. It is a fierce and dangerous looking rent to Mr. Bailor, but was too late. by honoring him as no other young from San Francisco and tho considera- spent Saturday and Sunday in Lexing Mr. Bailey was gratified to read in man was ever honored in this State.' Last year when the Association met A ui.x.vei: will he given in New York, tion that nil the land hitherto pur ton animal. Those of our citizens, Mr. Tom Moberley, who returned in Denver, Mr. AVoods was one of the would like to see this cat had who morning paper that the Texas Legisla April 3, to sixty-fou- r bank Presidents, chased by treaty lias been adjacent to better ture had endorsed his course in object home from Hot Springs last MissEthol Heacox, of Lexington, is Kentucky delegates. aonointod hvProsi call who will represent tho largest agurega or vory near this country, week, says at once.from tho fact that in a short it Is the nat visiting her sister, Mrs. Elmer Deather-- dent Loving W. Gaines, of tiou of wealth that has ever been seen ural conclusion Elkton, Ky. time it will cost some thimt to look at ing to Congressmen also acting as mili- that on the day he started for Arkansas WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK. Next week that tho farther we go age. tary officers. Mr. Bailoy left for Buf- Mr. Johnson's injury occurred, Febru msa Willie Iv. llocker, of Arkansas, It. Harvey lias also ono around tho bntiqiiot tnblo in the United from home the more dollars we ESTXadies' Fleeced-line- d of tho oldest falo to make nn address last night. He ary 8, should Hose worth 20cts for and that his burial took placo on Miss Florence Myers has returned to is vlsttincr her cousins. Mrs. AVill IT. horses known. In wealth this pay for territory to annex to tho union. Mr. Goins, its tormer telegraphed them to please excuse lOcts; 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c. Bargains hira, tho day he started for Kentucky. Had is equal to that of the Kentucky Press Rut dollars and cents should be no Stanford after a visit to Miss Minva Miller and Mrs. John Doty. Sho is owner says Bob (that is tho horso' but they would not. this week in table linen, napkins aud counterhe not been misinformed as to tho the talented and accomplished tlaught name) was Association. Jossnmino Journal. obstnelo to the expansion business. Phelps. foaled in 1SG5. panes. Mr. Bailey for funeral Mr. Moberley would have stop or or Capt. W. K. Hooker, formerly, Mr. ami Airs. Hugh liarker and son 1 ho best wishes of The Chmax Is The Commissioner of Agriculture, Never haul tho flag down Mr. Ward to keep his stallion, Electric ped over at Little Rock. visited Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Shifllet, most popular and influential citizen of extended to our interesting young Hon. Lucas Mooro, giyos the price of Bell, and about 25 mares. Electric Bell f this county. Sho has been sinco the lx a letter on the subject o trusts Sunday. Great Start For Madison. friend in bis new venture and may he is by Electioneer and out of Beautiful whont on March 1st for tho past three Attorney General Griggs says Dry Goods, Notions and other articles. Refirst of January assisting Gov. Eagl become that com as great a curio collector as Belles, dam of Chimes, siro'of Fantasy, W. C. Griggs, left last week for years ns follows: In 1897, 81cts., In binations organizing to secure a monopo member the name when in doubt. in ins vigils at tho bedside of Mrs, Barnuui. Bloomington, 111., where he will en 1S3, 90ou?., In 1899, GScts. And yet the ly of different branccs of dam of eight in the 2:30 list." .fcagie, who has been seriously ill in manufacture gage in farming. ht Republican press and Republican poli- are not within the jurisdiction of tho Down The Mississippi in a Skiff. THOS. illEIGHEN, Cincinnati. Mrs Eaglo is much im lohn Morgan's Champion Foraqer. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Richardson, of proved and JUiss Hocker will ticians will try topcrsuade farmers that Federal Courts, nnd tliat If amenable Mr. J. C. Lyter is at home from a visit rela (nov23-ly- ) Cor. Main and Ciieapside. Mr. Dauial Mitchell's roturnto Mad they arc the most prosperous lot of to any laws it is to those of the respec Junction City, spent Sunday with par lives and friends in this county anil southern trip in tho interest of Dr. W. RICHMOND, KY. ison county has revived in tho minds in the whole country. Nichc- - tive States. The Attorney General ents in this city. Lincoln before returning to her home G. White's patent medicines, which lasvillo Democrat. CUBED with vegettil.to Mr. James T. Shackelford, of Col in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Miss Hocker have a large sale in this nnd other of tiie confederates that followed Mor says the danger from theso large com Harp car 1 manr thousand owe binations now forming, jn his opinion, lector Yerkes' office, spent Sunday will bo most cordially welcomed back southern states. Mr. Lytor tells of his gan through what is known as his Ohio raid, rather an interesting inci canm nopeii-ss-. in ten e is not so much to the community at with his family here. to her childhood home by many devot journey down tho booming days at loast of nil nmptomi ren.ov-S- i dent of tliat memorable journey. fro.-- . TjU"onlas nndTEB DATS large ns It Is to tha persons who are in Mr. George Brewcr.ex-prlnter.o- f this ed friends of the charming fatally that Mississippi last week in an 02. H. R. GREER'S S0ES. Box ireatrnrnt (la. K. Atlanta. It was tho duty of Mr. Mitchell, with duced to put their money into tho pur city, has returned homo after another 8,,e represents skiii. i Here was ono other passenger others detailed from the various com' chase of the stock. trip around the world. in the frail craft, besides the oarsman, panics in Morgan's command, to forage The rivor is miles wide in places and his is poor consolation at best to a l I am ready to furnish Thoronehhrpd T.IitM A very welcome visitor is Miss Mary and bring provisions for the rapidly Brahma Eggs at $1 for IS. The cockerels that LEXINGTON, Ky. n swift from the high waters. They stopMathews, of Ashland, the guest of Mr. I bonebt a feir weeks airo nre from the npn thnt moving army. It was noticcablo that ed "community." The pastor will continue the cadins: ped at every Innding where thero was took first prlie at New Albany and Louisville and Mrs. G. C. Corzelius. Poultry Shows last vear. ("fin in All those liaTinK claims apalnst the of "What Would Jesus Do," nt th a sttre nnd spent tho nights on shore. Mr. Mitchell brought in moro provis Thoroughbred Mammoth Pekin Duck Eggs at Columbus Terklns, dee'd , will please estate of file same Mr. "Bat" Galvin has returned from nt Ho.v. Jas D. BtACK?of Barbourville, , ions than any of tho other foragers, and f a .1 iur n uraie weigns a ids., alleles 8 JDs. with the undersigned, properly verified on or In tho daytime all through the rainy Orders filled in order as received. before the 23th day of Mar, 1839, or same will will positively not be a caudidate for a visIt Paris and Lexington, looking ouribium cuurcu (lilrinc tliu comin! the reason for his good luck in gather week on 1 uesday and Friday evenings weather, the mon sat in the open boat be barred. B. B. MILLION. Admr.. tho Democratic nomination for Govern much improved by his vacation. mch8-l- w With the will annexed. Harry S. Morgan, nt i o clock p. m. All are cordially in only protected by gum coats or um ing tho provisions naturally created or. IIo is thus Quoted: favorable comment, and inquiry was e The above cut Is a Miss Alice Patton and Mamie Fletch picture of mchlS tf brellas. In order to appreciate tho full vited. Harrodsburg Democrat White Station, Ky. "In the first placo, thero nro a fow er after a visit to Mrs. R. W. Miller. made of him howhe happened to gather Lynn Boyd 44, which our wide awake Kev. J. lv. Smith will resumo his meaning attached to such a perilous Insomuch. gentlemen nnd good Democrats in tills returned on Friday to Huntavillo, Ala. and energetic townsman. J. W. Bales. and Whiskey Fablti voyago ono has only to remember that lectures on tho Presbyterian Confess cured at Itojtie withimmediato end of the State who are, Mr. Mitchell explained his good for-- is bringing to Madison county. Mr. Louis McDonald, of Lexington, ion of Faith out pain Itoot of par at 7:30 Wednesday even the mad waters of tho Missippi are at tune as follows: We opened 200 pairs of me and have been, for sometime candidates and Miss Nell Snrcy, tlculars sent TREE Lynn Boyd, No. 44. was sired bv Tom of Chilesbutir. nig. places so wide that land is invisible in DR. B.M W0QLLEV CO. storm of last This will be your last notice diuni priced Lace Curtains for places on our next Stato ticket, and visited Miss Mattie Shifllcd last week. causedThesmall attendance, Wednesday many plauces, whilst the current was "When my horso broke down I was Boyd 90, ho by Cabell's Lexington ouice. 101 North l'ryor St a for 1898 taxes. All taxes due but fortu looking at tho matter from what I think compelled to get another horse orsbe (Foundation Stock) he by Gist's Black and put them on sale at prices fs a fair and reasonable Miss Annie Frazeo returned homo nately tho lecture had been postponed swift and tho winds were hich, so that from real estate will be adcaptured by tho Yankees, bo, as a mat-- 1 Hawk, he by Rlood's Black Hawk, he standpoint, it Is, Saturday the littlo boat bounced liko a cork cn after a delightful visit of anyhow. that are certainly within ev I think,- fafe to say, the convention will tor of vertised and sold on April I was forced to by Vermont Black Hawk, he by Slier every wave- - In answer to a question ilev. J. It. .Boatman, the new pastor not feel disposed to give to this section three months to relatives in Natchez. press into service tho only animal I man's Morgan ba bv Justice 5fnnnn erybod3T's reach. 3rd, County Court day, ail tax of the Christian church, preached Sun Mr. Lyter responded that although ho cold find which was a maro with a Lynn Boyd's 1st dam by John Waxy any more than .its proportion of the Miss. due on personalty will be Mrs.Oven McKee left Saturday for day morning and evening to a good was 10 days making tho journey of 220 yearling colt. I desired to get rid of the 100, ho by Van Meter's Waxy (F. S.) NOT AN 0L,D PATTE&N. up our ticket. I candidates levied on at any time, and all miles, including tho stops, he enjoyed end the bedside of her congregation. Mr. Boatman has been NOT A SHOPWORN PIECE fear tLat mV candidacy might result in L'11'011 colt and traded it in good faith for he by Berthuno (thor.) 2d dam by Imp poll tax not paid at once will brother, Mr. Harry Owens, who is dan encaged to preach regularly hero every the adveuture. Mr. Lyter is rather provisions. But the colt bounded out! Leviathan (thor.) etc. See cards. injury to tlioprospects of my neigh jmj A SOIIED.PAIR. late in takinjf water in snch largo doses. be garnisheed wherever it gerously ill. Lynn Boyd will make the present other Sunday. Mr. Boatman, Is of all his new enclosures, as often as I bors. will be possible to do so. You bcasuii in to insure. young man of unusual ability, and tho $100 Itewanl. 100. Miss Teinpio Oldham's millinery traded him and I then learned AT $1.00 Six or eight styles Mn. lt is unnecessary to statu flint TUr. DFU1DMD elected me to collect j'our tax, xi. jt. woolfolk, of tho Dan- - oponlmj occurs Friday nnd members are well pleased with him. could almost jump tho Bales. Who is a iu'dtro of bis lnwinres Tho readers of this paper will bn that he tull length, dainty de vine Auvocato, President of tho Ken- - Saturday. It will be tho event of the Middlesboro Record. pleased to learn that there is at least moon and had become attached to the anu woo Knows the demands oi Madi am sure to do. In pursuance of an order of the Marifsnn and that signs, good servicea tucKy Press Association, has appointed season in that line. Respt., Rev? Dr. Fred Hale, tho Baptist mln. ono dreaded disease that science has army, as well as to its dam. Since my son county nerfectlv. as wnll as thn County Court. entered at its March tjrm. iw the undersigned . State Bank &Trust Company, been able to cure in all its stacresand kind ot horses tho Eastern markets ble Curtains. tno lollowitlc six cenllemp.n nf Hip ajtsltrnpn nf of Richmond. Kentucky, H. H. COLYER, Mr. JooA. Myers, formerly of this lsler of Owonsboro, according to the that is Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Cure is first swap I traded the colt for at mand, is8tnvlng to kuep Madison de John Powers, sell publicly will n the premises upon In Kentucky Press delegates to tho next city, now mchS-4-w Messenger, visited sevornl saloons in tho only positive cure now known to least a thosand dollars worth of provis- - the front rank, believing that her neo- . Sheriff, with tho Busy Bee Cash , AT 61.50 Ten styles white annual Convention of tho National the uuiiik I ions aim mere no biuihis roauy tuiu in 1 uuinana anu are wormy oi the best. of Georgetown, spent Monday that city and handed around cards an a medical and Ecrue 3 yards Editorial Association, which will this Store, his parents disease, requires a con- good shape for moro service." constitutional We copy from a stock journal tho fol nouncing his Eermons for tho next few stitutional treatment. Hull's with here. lowing: year bo held at Portland, Oregon, early long extra width. .WoticG Sundays. Dr. Halo's wife is an own Cure is taken internally, actingCatarrh direct Miss Mattio Griggs visited friends in "There never was a time in history in.Illlv- - Pltnrto XT Arkansas Mourned Tha Death o( Sidney I.C ly upon too uioou anu when the combined horse was morn in Kichmond Sunday Miss Marv B. cousin of tho McCord bovs at Central of tho system, thereby mucous surfaces AT$2.oO tiuel, Wielbyville; Harry Tandy.of tho Johnson. destroying the demand or scarcer. Saddlers University. She was All those having The Choicest, most de- - News, Paducah; W.Q.Adams, of the Miller visited relatives in Richmond marriage tho beautilulbefore her.flrst foundation of tho disease, and giving Tho Climax is indebted to Rev. Dr. more money m showings andhave won Bceinnlne at 10 o'clock: a. m.. to the biehest Joseph Heathman. claims against the estate of sold for Miss Minnie tho patient strength bv buildine m the dee'd., will please file same Saturday. Winchester Democrat. higher prices on tho market In the post and best bidder the following property, vii.: inquirer, Owensboro; Louis Landram, properly verified at once to Sirauie lOtOI UUl'tains ever Phillips, of Lebanon, whose father. Mr, constitution and assisting nature in do Neauder M. Woods, of Memphis, for a two years certain tract than ever before during their orASilver Creek, cf land located on the waters mch8-lB.B MILLION, Admr., Mrs. S. E. Scott and two daughters, i "e Record, Lancaster: M. 1 Con- and on the Shown m the City. a. Phillips, Itf now ono of tho ing its wotk. The proprietors have so copy of tho Memphis With the will annexed. history, viz: Lou Chief selliiii' for S3.. Menelaus Turnpike, containingSilver Creek and 133 acres, more of Richmond, arrived in London Mon rrw T t less wealthiest citizens of Owonsboro. Mr. much faith in its curative Dowers, that from which wo clip this notice of the ow;. reiusing Art lor JSmily, and '0 orSaid farm is Sne of the most desirably located 50 pieces new Mull and Sllka- - Collier, of the Favorite, Franklin. day evening to attend tho marriage of Hale is a leading they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for remarkable for Dorothy, all mares. Rox Mc- farms in Madison county, being on a demonstration nt Sidney minister of the Bap any case that it fails to cure. Send for Turnpike Donald, s, and Alternates: ' J. M. Allen, of the Demo- - her brother, Mr, Tiiford Jones London tist cliurcl iiuc iium 13 uj the Johnson's burial nt Littlo Rock, on for $3,009, and Chester stallion, selling L. &1H miles from 8Ilver Creek Station on and list ot Testimonials N. R. R., it has a good dwelling house Daro 10.S3.100 Echo. all necessarythereon in fennri Address. F.J. Cheney & Co., To-- Sunday, March 19: efatnthSan? ClarenCe E- - Woods. of Mr. and Mrs. at public auction; Cupid, three-vea- r10 ni ftP.AR repair. The land Is fertile and productive, and ledo, Ohio. Silas Tudor spent last i "v. vwuttA, Miuuuiuuu, j. j, are, oi "riie remains of Sidney J. Johnson old, at $1,600; Copeland, o," is well watered, and In most excellent bold by Druggist. 75 cents. the News, Glasgow; J. J. Glenn, of the Thursday and Friday in Jessamine wprn htlrl In rnr In Uin hnnntifiil Mnnnt S1.C00. find refusing' for Goodwin. Vfiar. 'Hall's Family Pills aro tho best, lm Mine same "ug, ji,uA). Also u eooatra for 2.000; sonal property time ana place tne following perwuo..ci, J.uuisuuvilltt, --IUIin,l. JJOSley, vuui,jr r.uiiB luoiunu.rs JUlUer, Hir. TBn will also be sold: A lot ot farm, "- ,2 N fi - ' Miller Ward To Keep Tho alirvn itol.t:.- - In.ei .nursuay ing implements, tools and machinery: three We Wish to Ro&firm V. K. Tudor, who I in cIp..lJnTnr, . of tho RenortPr. PnrU- - nn.l Wll ..... -- vW.l.u,..-Uu Horses of Hon n timber of others it $600 to $1,000. asred mules: one man mnTA n.. lus, son of Mr. McKay, of the Tiger, Shepherdsvilie. health. yearling horse mule; seven head pf horses; Bailey, ol Texas. grades and walks of life. The funeral 15 cows; heifers and culves; two yearling bulls; Information Col. jCraddock says in his Saturday wnsrtbo largest witnessed in Littlo Sm?.d Proll will be recehred t this three yearling steers; seven hogs; and a lot of The Principles of can be had by concerning the mectlnc Hon. J. B. McCreary is at home from Awarded w bnildinir until 2 nVlnrt n. m unn. applying to J. M. Page, a pleasant visit to his son, Mr. R. Ji. Highest issue: Hon. Joo Bailey, the notcdTexas Kock lor twenty years. The First i Apni 10. law, lor furnishing tuel, lights, water, corn in the crib.personal propertr will bo sold TERMS The Honors World's Fair. Tins store. tno becretary, Jerseyville, III., or G. S, McCreary, of Chicago. Tho Governor'? Congressman, was a visitor to Lexing Presbyterian church, where, the er- - l?,oirLBe?2 5ZlX?' w"hV '""'"I upon a credit of sixty days tor all sums of $13.00 and over, the purchaser will be required i ton during-- tho meeting of tho Demo vices were conducted by Rev. Samuel, b"Hg during the fiscal year endlnf June 30! to give note with approved security, bearing Satisfaction in every in- - Roasor, National Committeeman from wife will remain in Chicago for a long its- ii interest from date of sale, all sums lest than Kentucky, Maysvillo. The delegates er visit. cratic State Committees and dined with G. Miller, the pastor, could not J15.U) to be paid for in cash. stmce. from the South will rendezvous at Chi ah uius tho committees. In the evening ho date half of the crowd. It is estimated meat. '1. rS5Sr,Led bZ tSe Treasury Uepart- - of LAND The land will be sold upon a credit Miss DRIVING six and twelve months to, bear interest from Your jnoney back if goods cago, and go from there to Portland in irom a Jvathenno Blantion returning J. B. WILLIS. Custodian. came down on our train stopped over that 5,000 people failed to gain entrance the day of sale, and the purchaser will be re Yislt to the South, stopped on are not as represented. quired to give bond with approved security for special trains. Arrangomonts will be her way homo, Wednesday, night at the Windsor, and next morn to the church. Floral offerings of the and is tho the Dlirchase money, with a lien retained, to IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, have the force and effect of a Judgment. Polite, careful attention made for thoso who wish to tako side guest of Mrs. J.Hal Grimes. Harrods ing drove out to Miller Ward's and most magnificent designs literally covv ii . and you can also say extremetrips to IttHT Doug Thomas' and returned to Lexing- ereu me puipu anu grave, utio pro wneiner you are iouying or Alaska, tho Yellowstono Park, Seattle. burg Sayings pokpaid. In parsnance of an order of the Madisou ly comfortable, and other points of interest. lookinpr. ton on train leaving at 11:03 a. m. As cession to tho grave waafiftoen blocks when you are County Court entered at its March term, 1S33, 'lo President Woolfolk is hereby ex upMr. Vernon Witherspoon has c'ven rcrttisrtyle the State Bank. & Trust Company as assignee driving wo rodo witli him to Lexington he en long. Among the Memphis relatives ma position as assistant librarian nt in one"' of our easy high lev tended our grateful thanks for the nmm joyed looking at tho historical spots and who attended tho funeral wero Mr. the foregoing sale sell publicly to the highest tho Polytechnic nnd Is with theFMelity IMcJlIcsnitfi and best bidder the following real estate of and handsome Buggies honor bestowed. It was wholly unex and tho fine country generally. Ho said: and Mrs. V. M. Norfleot. father and all tittach-nent- s J. J. Powers lrust Company. His place is filled by pected, hence Iho more plcasunr. Eighty-thre- e acres of laad located on tho P.hajtons. war. Our stock of fine I have two children, both sons, and mother of Mrs. Sidney Johnson: Mr. Mr. Skinner. Louisville Post. Creek 1b ncted 13 jcars. If waters of Silverforegoing Madison countr.JCr.. adjoining tho tho youngest has such disposition to be and Mrs. J. C. Norflcet, Mr. nd Mri. land. Said Eighty-thre- e I macuicc ii not sat-- ;l BELMONT CALLS F0 HARMONY. Rev. Dr. Robort L. Breck, acres of land la well (improved, fertile, carriages is unsurpassed for IjfsctoryiK joday horse racer I prefer to have my horses Howell Jordan. Gov. Jones nnd all other aad one of the best pieces ot land In Madieoa beauty, incncy wii i pit aent ot Central University and brother style, durability and Ktndcask county, Ky. taken caro of here in Kentucky. I State, county and city officers, tho latNew Yobk, March 25, 1899. Lof Hon. Cha. H. Breck. was here from with order. Tho terras of sale are tle sae as rsq aired Is MOST PERFECT MADE general superiority, and we MAIN AND BROADWAY, ei radar wn sale of the property of Mta. Pewcn a made proppsition at Lexington to have ter in a body, followed the remains to ..Oliver H. p. Belmont.in a published San Luis Obispo, Cal., the guestof Dr A purs sent on ipoiica-Uo- alove st forth. Crane Cream nf Tartar Pn.iM.M- " ray. horses taken care of near there, and Mount Holly, cemetery. Mr. Jobao'a selling them prices that It iLexington, Ky. letter, calls on the Domocrats to bar-- and Mxs. C. S. Holton, last weok. ffm Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, "W1H.VHIBS JlCTT'O CO., state Cfc, itls not accepted I shall Jjring them dtfe is eoaftldered by all a public low, Still!;!; moaiie dlffereace mk! cko an I Hisa Eliz?botli iimin will surprises-cm- , quality eon Miewfii J" 40 YEARS THE STAWARO. LOUnVH.it. KY. Assiinse of John Milkr Ward's." Henry Red, at awl. Little Sock citlwos allowed will be remembered thai "Hasan declared that Miles lied in hie throat, ueu in his neau, nou m nta nean, out i Proprhtor .ad Editor,. Eagan will please note that Miles does A. C B. WOODS, Attociate Editor. not lio nwako at night because of the beef inquiry. WEDNESDAY, MCII. 29, 1P99. The McKinleyites say Mr. Brvan The Richmond Climax. It ('RpHpr WfSP W S.JSr' Than Rich. er I I MAfW71i7 Are you married? I rrmtmg I " fit lt .?3Mn37s. n -- 1 It S L.OCAL,. DON'T FORGET 4, ol fig . ttn o. dc. a 5oota voeek K0WEN McKEE 7 7F: gr H mmmmwmmt t , ,.,,, My ur . in PERSONAL. y y CASH, s IJ"" s us us D. B. aJaaXXaKaJsaJ aKaK aKaKaKK Shackelford & Co. WM Advance Advertisement! Statos-$l,7o0,000- ,000. 1 . The Maine Commission Co, Manager, e DROPSY: two-thln- 220-mil- CihBfower&Co., 18-fo- R13MGIOUS. tax-ridde- n, trust-ladene- tariff-burde- Notice to Creditors IT ... life-lik- mm TAXES. Public pe III!! I !b Wednesdayipr.1293 to Creditors 5-2- o t. Appeal-Avalanc- w 51,-50- four-year-o- ld rsinfltn - MARRIED. -.. -- d. -- mm CREASi t-- accomo-dSSLUSi,VJJ- A - is. JP.Pn uii luiunuiuiuuijj IHWDIR k. a. th-ei- their mi t imi '51 ' at Och23-&- u menw-f- w sidereU. John jJonelson. r'J At... 1 u I ill Ik I. ik ii i t 3 GENT'S WE ARE NOW READY TO SHOW -- , H5frfrV5fr Ift 2 , ! J ? cJv.fll, ray. Affl;. i, J 4 11 YOU TTIE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF O Sft SPRING SHOES,! HATS AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS to be found in Richmond. All the new and styles. They cannot fail to please. Come early and get choice. Our prices are lower than ever before known in Richmond. up-to-da- te ur 11 0 U Mr . ""j l!: 1 rH i La !f S Up-to-D- ate I .. RICE . Successors to WALLACE & RICE. ? III ARNOLD. wjr IJILI.IJII1I1I H Busy Bee Cash Store's Bargains 2c yard 3 jc yard 12c Shrivel up Competiton. Their SPRING ANNOUNCEMENTS meet the coolest, shrewdest buyers. Everyone 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: Tobacco Canvas Tobacco canvas, best grade urown uotton uoou yam-wid- e Good yard-wid- e Bleached Cotton 10 4 Unbleached Sheeting Good Bed Ticking Best grade Bed Ticking Cottonacle for hoy's pants Best Now York mills Camlet Jeans Extra heavy Cotton Cassimers Best grade Apron Gingham fefc ' h II lc yard The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. MCH. 29, Dr. Hobson, Dentist. 1899. "." ( Nice Dress Ginghams All-wo- Fine French and Silk Ginchams 5, C I . lllllllllll ill HI LI Proctor Knott Cigar. Those wishing portraits inado by the Watters Paity will do well to place their orders this week, as the following week may be too late. 8v'N8$SV'g) WE HAVE PLENTY OF COAL. ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE BOY'S BLACK CAT LEATHER STOCKINGS. AND MISSES' 71 5e yard to He yard 8Jc yard ( And can fill orders Knot and Straight Creek heavy plain gold ring. Return to The best smoker, the Proctor Knott cigar. this office and get liberal reward. Coals can not be exT. B. Taylor lias returned to Waco celled. We also handle "Wanted. Situation, about recovered from an operation for By-nHay, Corn, etc. Teleold gardner and milker. Small To our many customers of the past season we lW appendicitis. wages to right man. Address care A. D. phone 21, sear R. N. I. extend our thanks for their valuable patronage. r" Miller, at this office. inarl5-t- f -- Dr. J, W. Harris on Friday ampu- & B. Depot. to Terms. To attest our appreciation in a more substana tatrd Wyatt Hill's foot, which was For Rent, Strictly Cash. tial way a way that is certain to interest all who 3adly frozen some lime ago. 125 acres of extra good grass land, locatHEFF & MILLION. want to save money we offer for SPRING AND to Acting Judge Turpin appointed J. ed about one mile east of Richmond, on SUMMER, The Most Dependable (A P Hubbard Constable in the EI I U ton four-mil- e road. Well watered and and Fashionable Line op MEN'S AND BOY'S distiict, vico It. H. Jones, deceased. fenced. Jok Cuknauxt, O CLOTHING that has ever been seen in this city, marlo-S- t Richmond, Ky. g. Tho old Kentucky Pickaninnies at Those wishing portraits made by and at much lower prices than elsewhere. x You do the Opera House Thurpday night. the Watters Party will do well to place Surplus Stock. not have to be an expert to trade at this store. Don't miss the street parade at 1:30 p. Annie trees at vour own nrice. re their orders this week, as the following Because you have our experience and judgment in. ceived at our Nurseries, for the next Uwcek luay be toolate back of your selection. Morgan, of Whites Station, 15 days, and other stock at reduced Easter Service. Another great feature that makes cheesing P. F. Adams & Son, lias ;i pen of scored Black Langshnufi, he rates. There will bo special service at the easy is our large and exclusive assortment. mar8-- lt Waco, Ky. will sell a few settings of eggs at $1 for Catholic church, this city, Easter SunOur statements are not mere say so, we stand fifteen. day, beginning at 10:30 a.m. Father Odd Fellows' Celebration. to substantiate them with the solid merit of C. C. Burton, of Jessamine, hits Members of the Madison Lodge of Ryan will be celobrant. The music, our clothing, which is the 011I3- - true basis on which had a second stroke of paralysis. He Odd Fellows in Richmond will give an under the direction of W. A. Thomas, to do business. o is Mrs. II. It. 1'ickcls' mother and is annual celebration April 20. Col. the organist, will be a special featuio That we are entitled to your patronage, we can to program will be carried quite old Goshell ol Loitchfield, and tho Rev. T. The following. easily prove, if you will pay our store a visit. An out in full: Mis. L. P. Todd's Millinery Open- S. Htibort will deliver the addresses. inspection is all we ask. Our high-grad- e qualities Gounod Marche Pontificate o ing, Thursday and Friday. You will Uarred I'lymoath Rock. and low prices do the convincing Beethoven Kyrtc Eleison see' some beautiful things in spring Millard Twenty years a breeder of this one Gloria in Ezcelcis Dcv hats if you attend. Millard to vat iety, stock, better than ever before. Credo Mercadante to Offertory, 8aKe Maria Those wishing portraits made by Roosters from E. B. Thompson, New Solo by Miss Ellie Murray. Moxart the Watters Party will do well to plaeo York. Eggs 1'10 to 1" setting, $100. Sanctus... Millard Bencdictus.. Mrs. M. F. Akhuckle, their orders this week, as tho following Gounod Agnus Dei Silver Creek, Madison Co., Ky. luS-SO week may be too late. The following will tako part: Caught The Culprit. Little Charlie Duerson, of near to Kirksville, is suffering with an injured John Williams, (col.) of near Ver- ?5iss Ellie J!urray (j Sopranos. Murray, J eye caused by n blow from a cornstalk sailles, who, on January court, stole a Mrs. William Irvine, Mrs. Eugene Buchignani, J Allosin the hands of a playmate. horso belonging to Charles H. Todd, Mr. W. A Thomas IVO '3NI200IS Tenor Basso DVia 3HJ. SH?3A iYHi DNIS30&S ON SI 3H3HI. The Schubert Symphony Club and (col.) of Richmond, was caught in Lex- Mr. T. D. Murray. Organist .. SignorD'Anna. Lady Quartette will give their musical ington on last Thursday bv Constable V. A. Thomas, director.' Bert Dozier, of Madison, and landed in entertainment at Masonic Temple, inMiss Ellie Murray, whoso voice deA black oyo indicates a revengeful Bitter words often result Irom biting jail. stead of the Court House, April 3. Richmond peo- - nature on the part of the other follow. lighted so many r a persimmon before it is ripe. M'l, 1. , l... ,niiot ..! The Singer Sewing Machine Office! ". the Democratic party. I bdlev J Sweet, refreshing sleep is given by Have you a cough? Adoso ofCous l cordially invited and there has removed to Schlegel photagrapli harmonizing political differences, A sen's Honey of Tar will relieve it Hdbd's Snrsaparilla, which feeds the Wl11 be Plentyo Eeats" gallery on Main street. Price, 25 cents and GO cents. Sold by nerves, tones the stomach and cures in my opinion no party advantage is? inar22-4t- . marl-- 1 in all dyspeptic symptoms. ferry ss Thomas. J. W. CoijK, Supervisor. It That "Wise Old Cily," be derived Irom political communioi betweem Jelferson Democrats whijrontKomcry, Ala., was delighted with B. Cornelison, administrator of J. stand upon the Chicago platform anc.i performance of the Schubert Sym- -' It. L' Cornelison, deceased, sold Jas. the Republican allies who masqueradi,i,ony (jiu0 alui Lady Quartette on Sturdovant (he house and 4 acres of cmocrats between campaigns 10t ebruary 10, '97, and from the collec- laud on the Dig Hill piko. near town, A LOST! promptly. Our Pine OUR SPRING GREETING, H 5 to Co Nice Bleached Towels 5c Our Clover Leaf Damask Towels are now onlv 10 cents Men's and Boy's Percalle Shirts ".25c each Baby Shoes, all colors and white 25c 10c yard Ladies' kid, button and laco Shoes, pat tip . . . only 75c 121c yard J Men's "Sunday Shoes," good quality only OSc 4c yard (Q Men's Cassimero Pants, black and blue . . . 75c per pair Our Boy's Knee Suits are all Double Knee and Seat. lc yard yard f v pretty Cheviot Dress Goods, 3C eHects inch wide, stylish, and 10c yard, worth 35c 8 and 7Jc yard to '2lo yard y In this "Hot Bargain Salo" 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. Strongest, I T I 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. I read' 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 Just Received And put on sale a fresh lot of Cassino Buttermilk Toilet Soap, price 8e 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 Hambergs. Try a pair of our "Topsy" brand Hosieiy, they the best in the market. CQVINGTON & MITCHELL, H-H- Get Our Hot Bargain Prices on All Kinds of Hosiery. 3n iVai of-ou- We have placed on sale the "Red Hottest" line of Clothing ever shown in this city. We carry everything in favor this seaGet our Hot Bargain Prices on this son in this department. line before purchasing elsewhere. Respectfully, 1 for 51,800. Circuit Court: ?! Circuit Court begins next Monday, cellent of people we clip .thee following A nico addition to tho residence with the following dockot: 7ordinary, from that sterling gentleman and of Mr. Willis HUle. on tho Big Hill Dudley Powers, pike, near Col Capet ton's is being con- - 32 equity. 31 old ordinary. 200 old scholar, Rev. Dr. W. equity, 35 divorce, and 4 forfeitures. Hector of St. John's Chapel: 'Your striicted by Douglas & Turpin, cou- The trial of Alex Pence for killing Jas. entertainment was very satisfactory to tractors and builders. Smith is one of the most important to all who saw it, and has received warm Mr. J. W. Brtles bought of .Mrs. come up at this term. compliments from all to whom I have Ktmua Fife, her house and loton Aspin spoken. I regard it as a refiued, ai- Millinery Opening. Avenue prico $1,500. Mrs. Fife gives tistic and pleasant entertainment. To possession April 15, 1S99, by which timo I wish to call the attention of thepuli- - mo your company gave exceptional hhe expects to have contract let for n llc to my Millinery Opening which will pleasuro, and 1 shall always be glad to nice cottage on her farir. on Barnes take place on Thursday, Friday and give anv wortis 01 coramenuaiiou mar. Mill pike. Saturday, March 30, 31, April 1st. Miss may bo of service to you." The best "Good price for wheat," says the Cramer, the accompllshad Trimmer, is people are always the best pleated with the Scubert'8. Your last chnnco to Republican Louisville Commercial: with us ngain this season. Miss Temhe Oldham. hear them here is at the 5Iasonic TemJerry C. Caldwell, of Louisville, has ple, Monday evening, April 3. Rehold to Anderson & Spillraan, the DanWinchester Court. served seats, 7oc; neutral admission, ville millers, liM growing crop of 700 J. A. Ramsey, auctioneer, reports 50e; students and children, Soc. Tickets l. acres of wheat at GO cents a about 400 cattle on the market: Good on sale at Perry & Thomas' drug store. This is probablj tho largest Individual 700-lsteers brought 5 cents; several crop in tho State, mid .its sale the first Handsome Offices. lots of heifors brought 4 cents; important transaction of the year. The State Hank and Trust Co.'s bui'd- 0110 lot of steer calves 5 cents; 1 lot of The esteemed Lebanon Fa'con con- 6teer calves $20; twenty 450-lheifers ing Is luxurious throughout. Up stairs sumes twocolmmisin a masterly defense fi; one 1,100-lbull $10. These are are three ollice suites, occupied by Or of the City Pound. Incidoutally it gels considered tho best prices realized here J. "W? Ilarri., J)r. V. W. Uurgiu and olT some good advice and sound sense, fur several years. About all offerings Attorney J- - A. Sullivan. Tho hitter has tho double olllco at thehead of the stairs can read with pro- .sold. which Itis finished, like, all the othere.'m oak, fit, viz: , Demand For Saddle Horses. carpeted with Axininster, papered a "The duty of a paper to advocato Gay Bros, at Pisgah, this county, sofd terra cotta. Dr. Burgin's offices adjoin, correct principles is paramount to any eight head of yearling horses, all sad in front, and are papered in blue and debt of gratitudo it may owe." "It is wrong for anv individual, or dle bred, at $250 each to Virginia par brown respectively, and handsomely and especially for a newspaper, to ties. These yearlings were just picked carpeted ami furnished, in the rear create local or class prejudice, oven out of tho field, ami the sale shows a the two offices of Dr. Harris are most very healthy condition of the saddle beautifully apcred in old roso and when grounds for it may exist." industry.' Tho fact is strawberry volvet, and carpeted in 'The people of the town and county horse breeding more demand for high Moquet. The stairway and halls are are one people, bound together by the that there is fir closest ties of (mutual interest, and of class saddle horses of size and finish done in orange, and oak, with splendid dependence 0119 upon the other. The than the supplv can meet. Blue Crass skylights. An elegant toilet is attached to the hall. The offices have citizens of l.ebanoii are proud of the Clipper. been greatly aJmired. We found Dr. on yeomanry of the couuty.are anxious Some Droll Moments. Harris in and enjoyed his luxurious all occassions to show their respect and America's brightest wits have con apartment!', radiant in southern sun good feeling toward the farming class, trimiteii their (ironeiics to tho success and acknowledge their dependence of the Schubert Lady Quartette Co., of and soft tints from walls and carpets. Tho Dr. is natmdly unable to suppress upon theso sturdy producers. At tho Chicago, which appears at the Masonic his prfdo over his attractive surroundsame time the people of the country Temple, on Monday, April 3, and our ings and wo participate in tho vcrdiet should and do have a laudable pride in readers will have many a hearty laugh that he has probably as handsome their county seat, the handsomest, most betwten tho musical numbers of their apartments as any physician In the progressive little city in this portion of program. Reservod seat, 75c; general State. the State, thoir metropolis, their mar admission, 50c; students and children, May Save His Friead's Life. ket, their seat of justice, in whose ad' 35c. Tickets on salo at Perry & vancemcnt they have the liveliest in Saturday, Mr. Clarence E. Woods On drug store. was notified tiiat a college friend of his terest. City and country aro mutually Thomas' was in prison in Gautemala and sentdepondent; he who would incite strife Will Wear Unifor-ns- . enced to be shot, tor a political crime, between tliom is certainly a friend of An exchange says it is reported that neither, or of any thing except his own Postmasters of ibe United States will probably for engaging in a flllibuster selfish ends." be required by the department to wear ing expedition. HoriTW. Godfrey HunThus from a discussion of the roving a uniform hereafter, consisting of light ter, U.S. Minister to Honduras and r.izorbnck hog and the blue trousers with red braid down tho Gautemala, happens to be in Kentucky cow, aro evolved mottoes that should legs, a white blouso with gold shoulder onn visit, and Mr. Woods at once adorn the walls pf every homo and straps and nskull cap with asllverstar went to Louisville, to interest, him In sanctum in the land. In the presence in front. tho case. He earriod strong letters 15. McCreary, Jas. W. of such wisdom tho hated hog and the Willis will from Hons. Jas. II this be true, Josia cussed cow descend to the sublimity of look as cnte as a mule when ho gets Caperton and" Curtis T. liurnam, and insignificance. Minister Hunter at once cabled the rigged out in his now.uniform. Consul to request the President of the "Wastes. A Numismatist In Our Midst. Ucpubliifto stay the execution of the A hustler to sell an article offering Mr. T. M. Bigger has in his possess- young American pending investigation. good profit. A specialty for which ion several coins that are quite old. Mr. Woods says that .Mr. Hunter was there Is a steady and increasing dc In his collection he has three half dol- extremely kind and that overything maud. No samples required. Good lars; two bearing the dato of 1811, possible will bo done" to save the young was situation for right party. Only thoso which seem to be genuine; tho third man's life. The gunboat moaning business need apply. Ad- - 1S25, which seems to be counterfeit. dispatched to Livingston, Gautemala, dross Manufacturer, Cleveland, Ohio, There are threo ten cent pieces hearing to investigate hi3 detention, and on febl5-G- t the dates 1820, 1S21, 1S29 respectively Sunday next Dr. Hunter expects to Grocery Closed. On the opposite side to the date is in vUit tho prisonor In tho stockades. The young man Is Churchill H closed scribed "10c." Gus Margoleu's grocery was Gathrey. a St. Louis lawyer, a native pieces, There are also two one-ceSaturday by the Sheriff on an attach 3Io., and belongs to the ment sworn out by his mother, Mrs which ore as InrgQ as a modern half of Marshall, Fiaternicy, of which Mr. Margolon, of Paris. The store dollar, and have tho dates 1831, 1850 SiL'ma Nu Fannie halt-dim1841, a Woods Is an ofScor. has been conducted, it is supposed, at In the collection Is a Dr. Hunter sent to Gov, McCreary, a loss on account of extremely low oflo cent pieco, 1808, on which is au CoJ. Caperton, and Mr. Burnam ex prices. Gus was a cloyer fellow and eagle instead of an Hunan's head, a pressinns of his friendshw and estoem, seemed anxious to give satisfaction re- very old Spanish coin, whose dato can ana to tnem, aiso Air. hwu i uiucu gardless of profit or Ios3, and while ho not be distinguished and many other indobled for their instant responses to appeared to have a good trado his ex colas of various dtes. Central Uni hiB appeal for their influential assist anco la saving the life of higfrioRd. penses were about consuming his profits. yorsity 2fews. blii-heb. GOO-lb. ts g w. HAM & COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN en 4 Should bs In every family medicine chest and every traveller's grip. They are Inrala&bta when the stomach la ont ot order; cere tiei&tehe, bllloasneu, ma til liter trcnblet. Mild and efficient. S3 cents. life Take Digestose fl 1 pHwGii3r 1 ill Pleasing the people is a trado with the Schubert Symphony Club and Idy Quartette, and their program contains lots of fun ot a refined nature ns well ns Mrs. Keati Will Sing. a wealth of fine music. Hear them A letter from New York from Mrs. onAprilS, at Masonic Temple. Lillie Iiogan Kean expresses lier thanks seats, 75c; general admission, to the local committee of distinguisbed 50c; students and children, 85c. Tick gentlemen who so cordially expressed ets on sale, nt Perry & Thomas' drug their interest in her careor and a desire store. to hear her sing. It will afford her Re-serv- Hood's Pills Much pain and uneasiness is caused by piles, sparing neither age nor sex. they cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Tablei's Buckeye Pile Ointment cures the many diseases that urh-- from poor most obstinate case. Price. 50cts. in digestion. 25c a box at all druggists. the bottles, tubes 75 cents. Sold by Perry marl-ti- n & Thomas. Many a Laugh. Col. W. J. Bryan is being entertained by the freo silver Democrats of Birm- ingham. For Lung Soreness, deep-seate- d I hnvebecn nfflictrd with rheumatism for fourteen venrs and nothimr sncnic-I was able Jo lio around all the time, but constantly snf- rerlng. 1 naa trieu everything 1 couiil bear of and at last was told to try Chamberlain's Pnin ISalm, Vt'hich I did. ami was Immediately relieved and in a snort time cured. I am happy to say that it has not pinre returned Josir. Edciak, Gennantown, Cal. Kor salo by Perry mnrl-lit Thomas. l to give nnv relief. m 1 'StiESSm 1 if f m One-Four- th Off Clearing Sale will last. ll M pleasure to fiivo a concert rtt Masonic Temple, on Tuesday, April 11. Nowhere, she adds, does she sin; with more enthusiasm than among theso, her own people, whom she has kno-v- n so long and loved so well. It is confidently asserted that Mis. Kean will he more than delighted with her rereplkm here, where she is held in affectionate esteem, and too, the lact has attracted that her soulful widespread comment in New York will render her concert an auspicious time to pay the homage of onr hearts to this lovely, talented lndy. Mn--lnCon-tipati- For Children Who Take Cold easily and are subject. to cronp. no rnmr-dis so holnful as Dr. Dell's Pine- It will relievo the croup at once and cure a cold 111 one ntgiic. It should be in every houso ready for an emergency. You" can buy a bottle drug store. for 23c at any first-clav Tar-Hotie.- y. ss His Administratrix Qualifies. By the forelock if you Avant the h benefit of the HI One-Fourt- pj ). JOFFU , III g On all Heavy Goods such as Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Un- - M j g s derwear, Hats, &c. e i Ii Ji STIEllif? 11 Tho will of tho late Robert II. Jones designated his wife, Mrs. Fannie Jones, as administratrix of his estate. on "Wednesday last before Ha vlnflvomlnuli. Four stomach Host of All County Judgcpro tern. N. I). Turpin, and Summer Complaint-- , l'rlcc, 25 Cents. Sold by Perry & Thorns Successors to W. O. To cleanse the system in Mrs. Jones qualified with Wilson, Daand White. vid and Richard Tate as sureties. truly hcnellcial manner, uiieti iii A New York man was mysteriously Spri'ngtiuiQ comes, use tho true and pei-fecures "fsW?-- I To Cure a CoM in One Hay remedy,. Syrup of Figs. Buy the murdered at San F rancisco. PfaHf A9CNUBIAH liUllVl 4? 8ia, and Indi- Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. gruuino Manufactured by tho California Kig Syrup Co. only, "and for tale gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. All druggistn refund money if it fails1 o and Eczema. Tetter, at CO cents per botih'. by all drugj-ihts- , Sold by Ferry & Thomas, successors to W. cure. 25c. The genuine has L. It. Q. on Tho intense itching and smarting inciQ. White. nov9-(ieach tablet. . Two moro deaths resulted from mendent to theso diseases is instantly allayed Mr MeSwain in a Railway Wreck. Over 2.0CO men and boys aro idle on by applying Chamberlain's Eye and ingitis in Christian county. Skin Ointment. Many very bad lascF On Wednesday night last while en- - account of strikes in two manufactur- aa-7Almost every man In America has been permanently cured by it. It S B. ing plants at Pittsburg. route home from Ner York, Mr. is cqnally efficient for itching piles and some digestive trouble. When men MeSwain had a thrilling experience in You can bo cheerful and happy onlv a favorite remedy for soro nipples; meet, tho gteeting usually is, "well, develops' health a railroad wreck! near Akron, O. The ,when you aro well. It you frel '"out chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites how are yon?" That has no bowel or talk. The man Jieromo, it win Draco and chronic soro eyes. 25 cts. per bos. stomach trouble who entire train left the rails and tumbled ot sorta" rntco 50 curiosity. is almost up. Price, cents. Sold bv PerAll- Mr. MeSwain you Thomas, down a ten-foBr. Caili's Condition riwde. are Trouble is men tako no care f themmarl-lry & jnst what a horso needs when in bad selves They eat as though they hail found himself piuned down by Ja very , fat, influential male companion, More bones were recovered from tho conutnonk Tonic, blood purifier and copper stomachs and bowels f brass. larj-overmifuge. They ate not food but By anil by, overworked nature rebels. ulr. Windsor Hotel ruins. who snt down on him kerchunk, medicine and the best in use to nut a Then ei.mes headaches, nnrvou.ur.e, MeSwain is a small man but ho was horse in prime condition. Price. 25 bad blood, liver and kidney troubles. Your Turn Naxl. ' Dr- Pierce's Pleasant Pollnts ftirnis't :ents per package. not long in releasing himsolf from his Everybody has a cold sometime help for constipation and torpiiPlhcr, beefy obstruction and hurriedly crawled your turn will come. Keopa bottloof Themovement to consolidate "Western sick and bilious headache, dizzhuss, at hand anil and Southern rolling mills is making sour stomach, loss of appetite, indices-tio- n, out through a window. The engineer Dr. Bell's This an' or dyspepsia, wiiidybrlchfi'jr-- . and several pnsneer lost their lives ho prepared for will emergency. before headway. remedy cure a cold "heartburn," pain and distress uftvr the road suffered heavily by the famous fairly started or after it and set it gets Never ge Away . eat inc. aud 'kindred derangements of damage to its track and rolling stock. tied, but tho sooner you take it the the liver, stomach and bowels Accept sooner you got wqII. 25c at your drug from homo without n, bottle ot Dr. no substitute. To allay "pahw, subdue inflamma gists, Bell's Chance of it tion, heal foul sores and ulcers, the climate, changf'of apartments, or ei- - It is estimated that the combine will . boy, pueura tuny 1. -- ' uu n ijuim ... . : .1 . uuui- Albert Lukens.a fifteen-year-ol- d most satisfactory result, are obtained bv mt.'uk nuiui million dollars yearly for using ISallard's Snow Liniment. Price. was held over without bond at Cmciil- - Ing but this famous remedy will cure. derive a m 2.) cents and 50 cents;, .jiold by Perry & Druggists sell it. It storage. r nati for tho mtirdf-- ol a women. marl-Im- . Thomas. MUCH AND T1IK l.!oS. Young Griffo, tho pubilist, waslo-clare- d Rev. E. Edwards. pSstorof the EnAnoHwr ttanji-faHglish Batltist church nt Mitiersville, insane m Chicago. SamelhiHg Cettcr Than The Old Saw. Richmond is to have another Homeo- Pa., wlwn suffering with rheumatism, The saying abont the lion andjhe pathic physician 1V. Chss. Smoot, a was advised to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. He says: "A fow applications This remedy is intended especially for Iamb in March often proves false, but graduate' of 'the Chicago Collese of of this liniment proveu of great sercoughs,, colds, croup, whooping rough there is another and n 1m' tier .one Homeopathy, who wHI shortly locate vice to ma It nubdued tho inflamma- and influenza. It has become famous which is literally true. When Marrh yr. Smoot is a (ativo of Msson tion and relieved tho pain. Should anv for its ruret" of three s. here- over a comes in mid finds you taking Hood's a county, attended. .CeBtral University, sufferer profit by giving Pain Balmny largo part of the civilised world. The Sarsararilla to purify, enrich and vital- J;or sale will pieaso me.' most flattering testimonials have been ho your blood, you mav expert, when Airs. C. D Pattle, trial it& boarded with Dr. iuarl-ln- i Perry Thomas. of its good it goes out, that it wilfleave you freo received. stviiiK' and is n most eellc,t young gentleworks; of. the aggravating and persistent from that tired feellntr and with no'no The big Globe Furniture Company.of couchs it b en red : of severe colds that man. Heisacoiii at Dr. O. S. llol-tothe boils, pimples and eruption Korthvillo.. Mich., sold out to the Wvo vkjlded "prowptly to it soothing (of mantfest theirtecivrfi hecsrtfis xif of this i ity. effects ami of the tkHRfKius attacks of impure blood in the eprtug. If you (ir peevish, ft Is Sclioel J'urniture Trnt. 1 5s err If vour child It hm eu red, often svinsr the life have not bwran takinz HomI'k CUBAN OIL cwwa ctoob elilW. The xteive e of It for" ytwr ffring mcdirlne. no doubt troubled wfUi worms. WhiteV of the U - tetfa y wl Cream Vermifeln stowa Wo hs-it f we nlviee yw to hrf--l immve the - far wtMKHSMj .. worms, and it tolt! j flaet rtore its aMUeuftitd Sort', ' .Price, 28 centf. ratatfMt AimLol mil ure yoa t wm, mwmm; yon fen hettr Sold by Pbrf r A Thorn. all thtfmgk the cowing summer. natural cher(tils. T. ' ' . mrl-lm- . mehl-li Sold by Perry & ThalDii uuu:i-ii in.wwt-- 1 ct Salt-Rheum m m ey s v. 1 i. di.-ean, coughs, throat disorders, The extensive factories at Nowcoin- and nil bronchial troubles Dr. Bell's erston, O., are unable to secure a sufIs an efficacious remedy. Tho first does cives relief. It ficient number of workmen. will euro a backbit: grip cough or a Is my Blood Pure? cold in one night. All druggists soil it It nt 25c on a guarantee. This is a nnestion-o- t vast importance to all who wish to be well. If your A Pennsylvania woman used kero blood Is impure you cannot expect trood sene in kindling a lire, and she and her health, iinlei-- s yon begin taking Hood's Snrsaparilla nt once. This great medi two children were fatally burned. cino makes tho blood pure and puts in the system in good health, cures spring Tho result of an food or drink are promptly rectified, humors and that tired feeling. without pain or discomfort, by taking a fow doses of Herbine. Price 50 cents. Hood's Pills cure nnusrn sick linnl- marl-lSold by Perry & Thomas, ache, biliousness and nlf liver il'.s. Price 2o cents. The battleship Iowa will bo sent to A Pittsburg manufacturing firm will tho Philippines to rcleave the Oregon. raise the wages ot 5,000 employee April CUDAN FtELIEF enrcs 1, and will build new mills. h JuHiKl fSColicXwimlR'a Mil Toothache m -- 1 . , fMM -- bf ilu-jpe- rn tkt iSrpriIl m al-8- dv to-da- m ;? ' ' Ik SHH sBHillB "jI Who can tMnk ot tome clmplo thlmctoMtentr may bring you wealth. the Writ John WEDDEiiutJliN & CO- - Patent Attor ror their tl3X prlzs otter ncyt, Waablnitutn. D. and llit ot two hundred InTcaUona wanted. Wanied-J- ln Idea Here's Yeir Cluaice. Sene Extraordinary Offes bjr The Climax. The Cuuax wants five liunred new subscribers by the first ofthonowyear. In order to reach tbis end, some ex traordinary inducements Tvill be made. Until farther notice the Jollowing will be offered to subscribers. taffetas much trimmed and ruffled, and tunic overskirt. ALL WOMEN Should know that tho "Old Time" Komedr, IS Baft I j A lovely costumo is of lavender taffetas silk, with overskirt of satin striped grendine. This opens a little to the B. N, L & B, R, R. Time Table No. 33, Taking Effect Monday, May 2, 1893. EAST EOOXD. TWlllll;! left, showing a three-ruffl- e underskirt edged with wee baby ribbon in' darker lavender Lady golfers will find the Fegllgce just the thing for a game, as well as for lounging. It permits free use of every muscle, ret is just as shapelv as though boned to tho top notch. Its trim, simple construction is a boon, too, to sensitive women who find much wbalebono burdensome to delicate spine or stomach. Is the best for Feaale TrwUei. Comets all Toques are extrernoly light, and may Irregularities In KomaleOrKans. should bo taken for Cbiore el Life and bolore ho trimmed with the brightest flowers Planters "Old Tier:" Remedies have stood the tost for twenty years. imaginable. Muslin muffs aro a features of some Mado enly by Kew Spencer Medidne Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. swell afternoon receptions. Small Persian pin trayB vlo with Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. decS-ly- r a. White. d porcelain in those in P.. & G. corset com-fortab- lo CUM-Birthand-painte- PLEA TRY 2d Class. 1st Class. No. 1 No. 3 No. 9 Ex San Ex San Ex San A. SI. 10 22 11 C2 11 25 11 41 11 53 11 12 12 Versailles Nicholasville.. Richmond Union.. Panola Irvine. Moborley BrassQeld. Valley View... Million P.M. A. M. 8 7 8 8 M 35 00 13 P. M. 13 15 30 12 35 1 05 830 6 6 8 8 9 30 48 20 15 SO 10 00 10 05 10 25 10 40 11 35 An Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy, Srnur of Fios, manufactured by the "NoTTI NoTTI No. 8 "NoTTS WEST BOCJUJ. Ex Sun Ex San Ex San Ex San Irvine Panola A.M. P.M. 2 CO 2 25 2 30 P. M. A.M. 11 1 1 Union Richmond. Minion Valley Vhw. Klohotasville.. Versailles BrassSeld. Moberley 2 6 6 6 6 7 05 20 31 58 50 41 145 2 3 3 4 5 15 55 05 20 2 47 3 15 3 30 3 45 4 10 5 00 " 00 21 30 10 A.M. p"m".' P. M. P. M. All train connect with Louisville Southern trains to and Irom Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. & T. P. trains to and Irom Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK. Train Dispatcher. V. II. ADAMS, Superintendent. Wbo can think or some simple Wanied-- An thimrtoDatent you wealth. 1.1 Protect your WEDDEHUtJKN tW may bring Patent Attpr-neViCO, WrltpJOHN Washington. D. Cfor their JUOO prtre offer adllst of two liundred Inventions wanted. Co., illustrate the value, of obtaining the liquid laxative principles of plants known to bc medicinally laxative and presenting them in the form most refreshing to the taste and acceptable to the system. It is the one perfect strengthening laxative, cleansing the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation permanently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and sub stance, and its acting. on the kidneys, , 1; l J i liver anu luoweis, wiinoub weauemnK $1.90. or irritating them, make it the ideal California Fio Syrup I If so, there must be some I Dispatch, $1.25. with its food. Well The Climax and the Home ? trouble are plump; only the I I babies and Farm, $1.30 ? sick are thin. Are you sure f The Climax and either I the food is all right? Chil- the Cosmopolitan, Munsey's dren can't help but firow ; i I or McClure's Magazine, $2.00. they must irow if their food The Climax and the Louis nourishes them. Perhaps a ville daily evening post, $3. f mistake was made in the f The Richmond Climax and I past and as- - a result the di- - ! Twice-a-wee- k that Courier-Jou- r I gestion j so, is weakened. IfDaby f is don t give tne I nal, "both for one year $1.60 I a lot ot medicine ; just use j The Climax and Weekly s your every-aa- y common Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. ! sense and help nature a-The Clijtax and Ohio Farm, f little, and the way to do The Climax and TheWeek- - y Louisville aVKUi CANDY CATHARTIC ALL DRUGGISTS. aS4 I All draggl3t3 sell Dr. Miles' Nerve Plasters. A lovely evening gown is of lace ap I . w. Idea ...... :3 o E 8 o 5" : : ...... J K -- 2 In the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleasant to the nish, any paper published in taste, but the medicinal qualities of the the United States or Europe remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants, by a method at reduced rates. known to the California Fio Syrup Co. only. In order to get its beneficial TRUSTS. effects and to avoid imitations, please remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package. Columbus Record.! CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Wendell Phillips was not only a SAN PRAN CISCO. CAT XOUTSVXLLE. KY. NSW YORK. 27. T. statesman and patriot, but as time For sale by all Druggists. Price 50c per bottle. passes on it must be admitted that he was a prophet. It is not yet 20 years since his death, and these words of his are now being fulfilled: The great question oftho future is an5-l- y laxative. The Climax can also fur it is to add half a teaspoon- I ful of I I j 1 i SCOTT'S EMULSION plication made in princcsse shapo. It with jet over a four-rea- u is of white Liberty satin. Ono new sleeve is made of rolled plaits running round from end to cud. Skirt plnitings are no longer stitched below the knee. Evelyn Cable. I -- 135- aP 5. 55 f 2. ECONOMIST RANGES S G 35 i C"v " you give it It seems to correct the digestion and gets the baby started right again. If the baby is nurs--1 money against legislation. My friends, ing but does not thrive, then you and I shall bo in our graves lone i the mother should take the before the battle is ended; and unless f emulsion. It will have a our children have more patience and r good effect both upon the courage than saved this country from Twenty-- 1 slavery, Eepublican institutions will I mother and child. go down before moneyed corporations. s five years proves this fact Rich men die but banks are immortal, and railroad corporations never have any diseases. In the long run they arc sure to rule legislatures and legisla I to the baby's food three or j I four times a dav. The gain j will begin the very first day TIieSarRP0ii. All doctors told Kenick Hamilton, ot Wesl Jefferson, O., after suffering 18 months from Rectal Pistula, he would die unless a costly operation was perI formed; but ho cured himself with Ave boxes of Cucklen's Arnica Salve, the j surest Pile cure on Earth, and the best Salve in the World. 25 cents a box. j Sold by Perry & Thomas, Druggist. 4 AT POSSUM RUN STRANGE THINGS ARE FALLING THERE. He Fouled Pine-Tar-Hon- ey 1 T oogooooo o 7 50c and $t.oo, all druggists. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York. -' 2 0000000 aeaaaasa nr. I 4t -- m ih- -J Possvm Itux, March 17. Editor Climax z As it is now time to" introduce tho spring style of sensational heavenly symptoms by telegraph, I will send you the following dispatches in order to bo ahead of other newspapers and also for the purpose of getting it oil our mind. SHOWERS a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces science to Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-Searin- g cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS T t:: a tion." This great soul, who had fought the accursed institution of human slavery foresaw the coining of an eviler day. He felt that it would be a conflict between right and wrong in a different form than southern slavery, but far more dangerous. He lived long enough NARROW ESCAPE OF LT. DUFF. OP HARDWARE. I AM Bottles Only. 88 YEARS OLD. and never nsal any remedy equal to Ur. Bell's It elves quiet and permanent rellel Cuba Letter In Glasgow Times. Following story concerns a well known -- t tc e u B53H5323 8S88 a pt;3 B333 Roofing, Guttering and General Job "Work. jYRUPINDIGESTION. FPSI CURES k DR. CALDWELL'S 7 LADUE i I i am. n. wmm Ml 1 I R I mm W t- In EQect December 5, 1S93 1 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. p.m. a.m. 2 90 6M 7 88 S 48 9 3) 10 23 11 20 iYRUP PEPSII1 'CURES CONSTIPATION. I p.m 7 20 6 16 DR. CALDWELL'S Lve. Itichmond 2 ft to 6 17 7 10 1 40 " 8 80 4 28 Paris Georgetown "7 FranWoit .. Lve. 7 00 3 40 Ask for tickets via Paris. J. It. NEWTON, Q. P. A. " " " " Ar. p.m. ..Ar. 1 CO Winchester ..." 11 42 Maysville " 8 30 5 10 . F. Rock, FOR. ii Time of Trains Ohio Railway. Six ot the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. at Winchester, Ky. 6 55 am 7 30 am 3 00 pm 4 50 pm 0 15 am 5S am 6 30 Jim 9 23 pn New York Limited F. F. V WEST BOUND. Sit. Sterling and Lexington Accom Kxpress for Louisville Eastern Morel) ead and Lexington Accom. BAST BOUND. Lexington and Morehead Accom.. New York Limited F. F. V Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom. .11 Washington Express Accommodation trains run daily except San- .1 . 1. nthjiptralnsnin Hiiilr. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates orslecperreservations fc.. uuuu. Agent lcn.uy., call on or write menmona, Ky. or GEORGE W. BARNEY. Lexington, Ky. D. D. A. C. & O. Ry.. - best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again give the best. We not transact business with irrespon- companies. iO becona street, Up Stairs. In the Prudental, you are offered the . Je2-- lj too see the growing dower of organized banks, and of railroad combinations, but he died before the deadly trust had begun to strangle the energies and threaten welfare of the people. Long since his death have sprung up the fol lowing- conspiracies in violation of law and in total disregard of courts, viz: S1CO.000.000 The Flour Trust United States Leather Co . 125,000,000 Continental Tobacco Co . . 75,000,000 National Biscuit Co . . . 55,000,000 Corn6talk Trust 50,000,000 American Harvester Trust 50,000,000 Western Lumber Pool . . . 45,000,000 S. Rubber Co 40,000,000 Dressed Beef Combination. 40,000,000 40,000,000 Sheet Copper Pool International Paper Co . . 45,000,000 Acid and Chemical Trust . 50.000,000 American Malting Co . . . 30.000,000 National Silverware Co . . 80,000.000 30,000,000 National Lead Co . 30,000,000 The Knit Goods Co Sash and Door Trust . . . 20,000,000 National Wall Paper Co . . 30,000,000 25,000.000 Cigarette Trust Union Typewriter Co . . . 18,000,000 15,000,000 Burial Casket Trust Crockery Trust . . . . . . 15,000,000 . 18,000,000 Ribbon Trust Smelters Combination . . 25,000,000 . . 15,000,000 Axe Trust Bolt and Nut Trust 15,000,000 Lithograph Trust 12.000,000 - student of Central University last year: Lieutenant Duff, who.sinco we came to Union, has been acting the gallant and playing the rolo of a gay Lothario, had an experience the other night that will most likely causo his temporary, it not permanent, retirement from Cuban society. At a masquarado ball, which was opened with a cock fight on the ballroom floor, he had met a certain Senorita, with whom he had become very much smitten. To assist him in the unknown language, so that all the conversation would not be carried on in the sign manual, he had,with much deliberation, purchased for fiftycents ("Americano monies") a little translator giving tho most common English words and their meaning in Spanish. After dressing with unusual care, with white collar and cuffs and his new uniform, ho proceeded to call on his charmer, and with his new acquisition in the shape of his little trans lator, began to mako love the best he could. Tho mother's preseuco did not altogether accord with his American idea ot love making, and he managed to inform the young lady that her mater familias' society could bo spared and not missed. The Senorita conveyed the Lieutenant's wishes to the old lady. who withdrew with bows and signs of approval. Travis found in his little book the word "amor," meaning "love." The Senorita pointed to tho word "juntar," meaning "join," the Lieutenant smiled and nodded. She then found the word "Parroco," meanblack-eye- d Possum Run, March 18. Special to the Climax. A heavy shower ot ten- penny nails and door hinges fell here this morning. There were no clouds in the sky at tho time, but thunder lightning and Roman candles were among the celestial symptoms. A man named Bill Somebody, who was playing croquet near tho Barrel house, was struck on tho head by a. falling door hinge and knocked down. He is vet insonsible, but ho never was verv sen sible. It is hoped here that more hinges will come if they get a Barrel house "bum" every time. Latkr. Two noure later a black cloud was seen direct over the town and it contained chewing tobacco, cigar ettes and whisky. Soon afterwards a shower of matches aud pipes fell and tne Tobacco Uompany lias, gone into bankruptcy. It is supposed that a train running from to Mars loaded with theso articles was wrecked, butj this theory is scoffed at by many of our leading men. If we get any more xf this kmu of weather or any more signs of an early spring, 1 will immediately wire-yo"Ulcegiuss Hill. about it. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 SIzm BE SURE YOU GET 1 IFURT-- 1 lncTipasvreUascoashsandcalds. Itrnakm weak I noes stroae. lira. 21. A. MetsaUe, Peducaa, JCr. For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to Vf. G. White. Dr. Bill's Pini-Tar-Hm- cy Charles E. Douglas. Geo. D. Simmons. 1 EJ good as it looks APPEARANCES ARE OFTEN DECEITFUL . and things that are showy many times prove to be worthless. An article that is in daily use, as a Cooking Range is, must be Substantial and Reliable; It should be the best to be had. Rockers, Chiffoniers, La.mp Umbrella. IRVINE. Estill County 1 Frames, Advance -- Rack:s9 ... .... ...... .... .... ... ... 4 Tissue Paper Trust 10,000,000 EUR 153,000,000 The Oil Trust The Steel and Iron Trust . 348,000,000 102,000,000 Coal Combines 'or Sals Privately! 443,000,000 Gas Trusts Cigars and Tobacco 109,000,000 Telephone Trust 57,000,000 ". 67,000.000 I will offer tor sale privately my Ilonse and Alcohol Trust Lot situated on the corner ot North and 7th Electrical Combinations . 140,000,000 Streets, back of A. II. Burnam'a Dronertv. inn mail, in addition to shortening the time to The house has seven rooms, good cistern, sta While the aggregate capital of all Memphis and New Orleans, has roadcit "Easier ble and other necessary oulbunuinirs: tbe Jot Than Ever" to reach all points In Arkansas, contains about 90x90 feet. The" price will be these illegal combinations is almost Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California. The reasonaDie lor earn. three billions of dollars, they do not in splendid train service with which the Illinois WILLIAM ENGLISH, Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled nov9-t- f Itichmond, Ky. clude the railroad combinations and 'Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than pools, and scores ot other conspiracies Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned territory. ;aiust the law and general welfare. The Central Is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and VcstibuIIed trains The time is near at hand when indi from Louisville to the South, also a weekly vltlual enterprise will be crushed out, rjllman loarisi uirior uamornia, 9 25pm JOftlLLl C. Lve Louisville every Thursday and the class who has made our courts 18am Arr Memphis Friday try what it is will become the clerks 7 4Spm 3L1SS Arr New Orleans Friday 8 lOp-. Lve New Orleans Friday and servants of these combinations and 8 45am Arr Ilonsten Saturday .4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday live in tenant houses instead of homes. 2 45pm Arr Elpaso Sunday .. . 9 20pm Capital in a country when honestly Arr Los Angeles Monday 5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday . employed is an estimable benefit, but Thu it Tie Tne Viitcr Koats to CiETonn. ie Crest sto:. when employed to degrade the people anu ensiavo tnem it is tne most pow Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to tne territory mentioned win ao wen 10 influence in the . now ullliln cay rrn-- !i of rvrry Anirrlcnn erful and satanlc with It. II. Fowler, Traveling Passen. 14.1VN triatmrr.t in lMLiif! tuirnnttil tatun world. It is an old saying that "money ger Agent, Louisville, Ky. ic niot iipllctrt case cif Ncrvnns UeUUlty. oi Wit. Alpoed Kblloxd, A. G. P. A., makes the mare go," but in' tho last ntinc Intense. It nMK powrrtally ami Nt-A. II. Haxso.i, a P. A., Lonlsville, Ky. .Man. Physically IVr'frt. i Ihr rrull fl!-.- r y of :t.::.'li";i!tO. Vmins men will re- - generation it makes everything bend dec29-liic Chicago, 111. ilntlitlr l(t nuiiaa.kl.ar.il Old Men will record or break before it. Statesmen and 'iclr yont'.iftil vlrr. It Invigorate anil restores ti ill uiu.kuI lor, nil su.Tcrer, froni Sriulnal Wrak moralists foresee the day when the Ynrlciicrli, SiorniAltorhca. cs. ImiKitw. people will again, if they are to pre . I'htly I.m1ssHns, Iit Iimin nrul 31 lscnur cak Miiiory, n al '.ilness, r.vil lirraiiis. Despoil serve their liberties and perpetuate the . 'x at 'o:irU':c, self. RAILWAY. trasp, nrwtn.ilesiTba.iul nt'd nil cITccts ofnnSts government established by Jefferson n!iU-lno ,'nr 1kisdv(, tuily or ivnrr!a". It Cil C E It O (IN KENTUCKY uesato.ii 'v root f I'll i"i:a.sc that U why Franklin and Madison, bo compelled Schedulo In eOeot U.c 18. 1808. : crr5. It U t'm rmtcst ?;crr Tonic la the world to put a check to tho wild, swift reign -- !vcs No. 1. I Kg 5. No. 3. KASTBOUND. Hmt It It VlanrniMl rtIonnml restores 7.40am 130pm 7.45pm Lv Louisville Dlood Iurl of the speculators whohavo usurped lire of Vouri. 1 l a in 9.00am 5.02pm 9.07pm v.liy ihn TIiili Clow rnntrs hark to Ar Snelbyvllle tho seats of power, and by greed and 9.55am 5.56pm 0.50pm Ar La'renccb'g. KECRNKRO, In.lln;mnllnz laiCam 0.17pm 10.09pm Ar Versailles. iitIctI In vrt MKk t. liy mall gl.00 per bribery rule the civil and industrial in ia45am 8.45pm ia35pm Ar Lexington f..r fiSVt. V'o rlircrfnlly rrftind ic t. v No. 6. Nag. li"c fcU Imxes do not effect a cure. world. Na4- WESTiionMD. n- I ho American Oiuce of A:. 7.3Uam 4.25pm 5.15am Lv Laxington Thousands of t" :j:njps pn jascoiumbui a. 7.56am 4.52pm 5.37am Ar Versailles. sick and sufferfvUam 5.15pm 5.55am Ar La'renccb'K 9.12um 0.05pm S.32am ing people ore Ar Sholbyvillc- For sale In Itichmond by Perry & Thomas 10,40am 7.35pm 7.55am Ar LoulsTille like the poor uruggisis. scpta-ly- . Trains Nos. 1. 2, 5 and 6 carry Free Observa cnppie in tne Bible, who had tion caalr Cars between Louisville and Lex. ington. no one to help EASTBOUHU WESTCOCNB. him down to the No. 13. Na II. STATIONS. Na 12. No. 11 pool Deiore 7.40am: Lv Louisvil Ar 7.35pm lawam THAN EYER. .... Ase. NERO. n 'C71' mik-fcl- w ing "priest." This kinder stumped him, but he bowed and smiled some more times. She then kissed her hand to him and mado signs for him to wait while she went into another room. Returning in a few minutes, she be came quite affectionate and the well- pleased Lieutenant began to think things were coming his way, when, like all disagreeable happenings, the door opened and the mother entered, followed by severaP Senoras and a priest. Thunderstruck, the Lieutenant could, not understand their presence. but, after much sign making and more apanisn jaoDenng, lie became aware that ho was expected to act as groom in a contemplated marriage ceremony, The nearest window had iron bars, so Duff made a rush and darted through tho door, and when ho reached camp was out of breath and dripping with perspiration. He asked for, and got permission from the Major the next morning to visit some old mines about eight miles distant from camp, and Ieit word that if anyone caino and called for him during the day to say ho had returned to America to the bosom of his family and would mako the race for Sheriff of Barren county the next term. Our Toch Sandldge, has made quite a mash on one of the Spanish nymphs prettiest of hlack-oye- d and she been coming to camp almost daily to see him. but sinco ho heard of Lieutenant DulFa experience he has y had a hunted look and I noticed that when sho came out our heretofore most attentive Sergeant remained his tont very busy making out muster rolls. He is away from camp again toGlasgow. day. Fop-Sergea- SOUTHERN Pon-er- -u i I V. L. Vaughn was in Lexington lasLj week on business. Hueh Riddel! was in Lexington sev eral days last week. Durbin & Co. have their now sprioi; goods ready for sale. Mr. G. E. Lilly, of Riohmontl, was in Irvine Monday and Tuesday. Miss Grace Harris spent tho past week with Mrs. D.ivid Bergman. and W. P. Will Robert M. Berc-maiams were in Frankfort last week. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard West, March C, a girl, name Alverta. Mrs. Ernest Barker began a private school Monday with 21 pupils enrolled. Mrs. Andrew Wallaco is visiting' her daughter, Mrs. Estello Payne, nt Nicho lasville. last week. David Bergman 1ms iust returned from Louisville and will soon have his new goods opened. Win. Snowden has returned from a short visit to Nicholasville. Ho was in Lexington Monday. Mary Ashcraft, pupil of Asbury Col lege, Wilinore, was in Irvine from Sat urday until Monday. Mr. Carty, book keeper for the Ir 1 vine Lumber Co. is spending a part of week with his family at Newport this Messrs. Evemiount MeKinnev. of IS THE BEST In Construction, tho Most Economical in tho use of fuel, and the Clark county, and John II isle1, of MadMost J erfect and Satisfactoryin Operation that has yet beon produced. ison county, are visiting relatives in We have secured tho exclusive agency for this lino of Ranges and will he Irvine. pleased to show them to you. Sizes, Styles and Prices to suit everybody. Frank Davison has a new dry goods Lilly building, on fubiic store m tho Square. He lias a large stock and E. (j. i'arK is salesman. Mr". John Horn has recently moved into Mrs. Tom "Williams' house" on Chestnut avenue. His wife has been SIMMONS, DOUGLAS, an invalid for four years. to Ir Mrs. Oliver Boltz has returned vine. Slio is now residing in her old Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Plows and Plow Gears, Harhome, on Main street. Ohio was not rows, Cultivators, Everything in the Farming Line. liked by Mrs. Boltz, so a hasty return to that Stato is not contemplated. mchl-l- y Blacksmith Supplies. Tho Sundav School of tho M. E. church South has received twenty dol lars from the "little socke" the Sunday School dudiIs sent to their mends of Forget Us With the amount above named some Don't relittle debts will be canceled and tho mainder will be invested in new books for the Sunday School library. The Moutainekk. Wo., Etc. Advert 2k h Ch eap, Attractive. WE ARE THE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM, iMhctccTpiucc UUIIIi GGERSTAFF DAY TELEPHONE T6. NIGHT TELEPHONE - DLDH 1 67 . 0 LLL IIHI1UL 9 . a. .. ... o o o ...oae co 1899, The Cash Hardware House, CASH . On and after January 1st, terms will be our o ..na ..eo ...a otlS ..eeo .31 )e... o. SPOT - CASH!" have attempted to run our business by collecting our accounts the first of each month, but have been unable to collect them all promptly. We are therefore compelled to soil for CASH that we may paycash for our goods, and will endeavor to make it to tho interest of the trade to do business with us. Jre have a nice line of Staple and Fancy Grceerlcs, Quconsvraro and Glassware, &c. Give us a call, examine our stock and got prices. yGoods exchanged for country produce We Hll( eo ..eo SO Wb is M Jo. 'Work! 'O ...a 00 co oa SB a a e 'r . 'x-- flin!llg Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Macfiine. The Appetite of a Goat g 5J6pm 9A5atn Ar LarncbrgAr U4puuia43am Ar UurodsbgAr r.ttlpmi 10L55an! lAr liurgin. . uv 15. 5.10pm 10am 4.25pm 7.20am 4.15pm! 7.10am a some one else Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomach and Liver are out of order. All such should know that Dr. King's JSew Life Pills, tho wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy, gives a splendid No. 3.39pm &.Q2pm Lv Ar 6.17pm Ar &40pm Ar 7.19pm lg.05pmiAr EASTDOTJaU tNaCT-- i 7.40am; 9.00am 10.16am 11.10am stations. No. lfl. tNaCS. tlSpm Midway Ar 7.30am 3.28pm Gconrtn Lv 7.00am 3.00pm WESTUODSD. Shclbvll Ar Verslles Ar Ixjulsvtl Ar 10140am 7.35pm S.lm 7.50am & 6.03pm ahead of htm. So many suf ferers feel that if they could only get a little help to over come their ex. treme weak. wnwlrl then tw able to regain their coveted health and slipped in Bess they appetite, souutl digestion and a regu tar bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy, Only 25 cents at any Drug Store. NEW YORK FASHIONS. vNa las-a- 1. tNo. a. 7.40am 3.30pm Lv Loulsvll Ar (UJOpm Lv Verslles Ar ILOfam 7.05pm Ar Nlchlvlll Ar 11.58pm aOTpm Ar Rlchmnd Lv 1.05pm Ar Irvine Lv STATiotTs. btatioks. tNo. Lr 10.45am,10.35pin Ar Lexington 7.00pm 7.45am Ar Knoiville 5.10am 1.15pm Ar Asheville 5.10am Ar Savannah .. 9.00am Ar Jacksonville 5.55pm 6.45am Ar Chattanooxa 10.30am 11.50am Ar Atlanta 1.00am 2.25pm Ar Macon.... 8.55am 8.55pm Ar Jacltsonvllle Chattanooga 6.10pm 6.55am Lv 10.05pm 11.30am Ar Hlrmlngham 9.55pm Ar Meridian 8.30am 8.30am Ar New Orleans Train No. 1 Cincinnati. Florida & Havana Limited carries Through Drawins Room Pullman Sleeping car between LouUvll'.c. Atlanta, Macon and Jacksonville; connects at Lexington or Chattanooga with Pullman Sleeping ear forNcwOrleans; Free Chaircars between Louisville and Lexington; Observation Chair cant cars, dobetween Lexington and Homo; pant roaches Train No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeping car between Louisville. Chattanooga and Dinning-haalo Through Sleeping earn Irom Lexington to Jacksonville via Ashcvllls and Savannah: also Tin Chattanooga and Atlanta. No change. Free Chair cars Lexington to Chattanooga. Through Weeping cars Lexington to New Orleans. 4Dall v except Sunday. A.Wm:DOff.r.&T.A., S.T.SwirT.P.&TJV., Lexington, Ky. Louisville, Ky. F.S.OANWQN.Sd V.P.fca.M:, J. ALCtJt.P.T. M .Washington, B. C Washington. D.C TV.A.Trax.a.I',A-- . WM.H. TjITI2 '. CI. PA. fe Louisvillo. tNo. 2. 10.40am 7.35pm ".50am 4.45pm 6.58am 3.55pm 0.05am 3.00pta L30pm No. 1. 1 No. 3. 7.40am 7.45pm strength. It is just these people that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is designed to aid. It is the strong, helping hand for those who are in the extreme of bodily weakness ana nervous exnaustton. It promptly tones, nourishes' and builds np tne enure system. It gives keen appe- Rotary Motioi Ball Bearings sif tite, good digestion, pure blood, muscular ana renewed activity. sircngin, nerve-iorc- e when Lent wrote you I was completely discouraged." says Mrs. W. M. Satterly, living at tiuinu. liuga io., . . ir, Uj'BOxfiOJ, in a letter to Dr. Pierce. "XwuinpataalUhcUme. could not lie in bed oc accouut of severe, sharp catting pains In my back and right hip. Had pain an mrougninc lower part oi ray body and my elbows hart me so much I could scarcely lift my baby. My skin was dry, harsh and scaly and hung like Hacks on my arms. My .uu.uu nc iiiuur, anu J1C saiu 11 was weakness, and my age. Hi medidne did me nogooa. j tept getting- worse and weaker. It seemed I should go crazy. One day I wrote jyw uuu jtuivcu nance. I fiAVC lascen Dr. Pierce's Cokicn Medical Discovery, his Favorite Prescription and Pleasant reUtts.' ww on iic in oca witn sose cotsUort Bad and can go u gooa aays wort." The most valuable book for both men and women is Dr. Pierce's Com mon bense Medical Adviser. with cHgraviagB and colored" plates a. copy, will, b Mt to anyone seMtag twisj cents ia ont-cet-it rti ACm pay the coss or i ism mil. t ur. . sr. ifctw, m I , K. y. paper-covere- pt Golf shoes of horsehidc are durable and pliant for the great gamo. The chignon, or Eng lish bun, is very much in style. The newest garter has a heart shajied buckle for clasp. Very soft materials hold the right cf way for spring costumes. A dainty dinner gown at Lord & Tay-lor'- 4 is of white mousselino do soio over white satiu. It has high bodice, and skirt tight Jiali-wa- y down, to terminate in a very flaring flounce. Most of the new sleeves look dreadfully tight, but are really more com- fortabble than they appear to be. Very beautiful lamps of porcelain havefilargreoxork, and lovely color ings, the favorite combination being e and green. dark, Odd skirts aro always a prudent addifcloo to a lady's wardrobe, especially so opulent witn separate ib thi-g- e old-ros- there are thousands of women who nearly suffer death from irregular menses. Sometimes the " period " comes too often sometimes not often enough sometimes the flow is too scant, and again it is too profuse. Each symptom shows that Nature needs help, and that there is trouble in the organs concerned. Be careful when in any of the above conditions. Don't take any and every nostrum advertised to cure female troubles. Every Month )... ) .ao -- oe PLOWING TIME Is right at hand so is the THJE3 aa- 0.. . - "HI act... HIGGINS ., .11 11 Vulcan . 'A. WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, KY. 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