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THE RICHMOND . !: ' fc V - fc tJ - ' , n......w n,,.,..- KENTUCKY, - .. ... ... f 'VOLUME 26. , RICHMOND, MADISON DEMOCRATIC TICKET. stdo. REPAIRING AND TIMEINQ FINE WATCHES A ortMJIALiSY. COUNTY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1899. nlMlii I Kr''s Wsz NUMBER 27. a H Jested Jil m ?6ea AH Work Guaranteed. 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky SJ2 WOUTii OF PRESENTS tax-chine- For Rent! office rooms over Douglas & Simmons' hard- Choice of three good ware store, Main St. Also very desirable eight-rooresidence, with modern convene iences. GRIGGSBY & MDNCEYv worth of work. Wo arts giving away wMclws, brcvcles, sewing s, Runs, Ac, &c. to introduce our paper, PASTIME. aliiarWIaBB ;iintrf cd family paperwf from 16 to 32 large pages; 61 to !28 columns of Chice Good Stories, Literature. Art. Humor Letters ot 1 ravel m Foriefen Lands, &c And all yon haYo to do to ot of presents is 'to get 20 subscribers at luc eacli. Bend 10c in BtnMps for fall particulars, lone ftt nt w.'V.t U Uill (3 " f our paper, PAStIE, for G months. A.iaress jr PASTIME Co., nl tub Louis-villo.K- A WONDKRIUL DISCOVERY. "Not only cures, but keeps well. Is Sold by an organized company of re ESYT,CKY REAL EASTERN ESTATE W.Q C0LLEC-"335- ?. AGENCY. 11 m DAVIS, - Manager. .Farm. Mineral and Timber '"Lands bought and sold on commission. business men and has enotlhousands of Clergymen people throughout the counspeak of that wonderful Instrument, Electropoiso, and ask your careful examination into tho cures It lias wrought. Col. A. P. Nunidly.of the Inter-OceaChicago, Writes; "Nearly three years experience with Electropoiso only confirms the truth of your claims. I say my friends that this instilment is a most wonderful invention, and I would not part with mine if I could get another." Send: address for our book givxss letters from people who have been cured by Elec tropoise. ELECTROl'OISE CO., 513 Fourth Aveuue, LoVfeville, Ky. Fcpt S?-ln, yr sponsible dorsement and noted try. Wo Accounts in and out of ifre? City taken for CoHeclion.j Kfte !fdr Dr. R. Goldstein, The Optic Specialist, of No. HI Fourth Avenue, Louisville, will be at the Olyndon Hotel, Richmond, Architects, by tho by, have rer AN IMPORTANT FOOD LAW. tftltily given rent to some very sublime fancies, in llit) holds and inns HEAVY PENALTIES FOR SELLING ARTICLES ANNOUNCEMENT through this wild country. AH of OF FOOD CONTAINING UNHEALTHY TOn COOJITT CLERK. them are surrounded by chnrming INGREDIENTS. TrT?.?(Lanthor,ie(1 to announce AllCll parks mill located in wavs Ui com ANfiaH. n.OTJ for CoUnt Clerk, reject mand, Ihe most extonslvo and delight im icaiocraiic rariy. The following law was passed at the 1. W ... ....II n K. IU1 views. The parks and private Inst session of BUIIN a candidate for County Clerk, subject the Missouri Legislature, to the action of the Democratic Party. grounds of ri'sidbnccti. are often gems taking effect August 20. 1899: W rt pa nnHin.l.n.1 tununuuam t IV. pnnttln of landscape eardeiiing. i u iti Via jij Section That ah tue JJaiiiinoro esta'e Is alwavs in ful for any 1.person orit shall bo unlaw corporation doing are authorized to announce M. M. teresting to the visitor, you lilay not business In this State, to manufacture, . MlT.T.PD a M .41.1..,. S n ft mind hearing oi it again and ll&lin. sell or offer to sell any article, com The palfico itself, of the French renais pound or preparation for tho purpose - -w w auuuuocv ! COOL COBB a candidate for County Clerk, subject sance style, can bo easily imagined ot being used or wiiicn is iniended to be used in tho preparation of food, in from the picture, lint it Is of tho beau- which article, compound or prepare TOR 8IIBBIFP. tiful smooth white drives that wind tion there is any arsenic, calomel, bisthrough the ten thousand acres that muth, ammonia or alum. Of. WnPTrS rvintf Mar. ir J I county aubject lo the action ol the Democratic one never wearies. All these are borbKCrioK 2. Any person or corpora r dered by such native shrubbery as tion vioiaiiiiK iuo provisions 01 una uci deemed guilty oi amisdemean- .. climbing roses and honeysuckles, and snail besnail, upon niT r.iDn f wLu. Di.ti i oranu conviction, be lined Sheriff, subject to tho action of th Democratic to bowl along over them, Under cloud not less tnan Slot), which siiall be naid nil rtv part of the road We are nLlh&rIzf1 in innnnnM XfAPTTTM less skies, the pure mountains air mak- into and become a fund of the countv in which such fine GENTRY a candidate for Shsriffof Madison ing your pulses bound, a dream-lan- d county, subject to the action of the Democratic collected. of meadows and tercets and glades is party. The operation of this law will bo JVe art authorised to announce P. B. BROAD- - and rills on every side. Well, it is . IITA A ..till il.l. fn. tj IN x. r Jl I maintained against alum baking pow subject to the acticn of the Democratic party. enough to make a poet drink. ders. But the manufacture or sale of The estate includes a jersey farm. FOR ASSBSSOB. when wngoiis from the dairy carry on any article of food or article intended We are authorltod in atinnnnr Trip nr n. HAM a candidate for AnHsor of Hiillinn a brisk trado in town. Then' there is a to be used in food Which contains any county subject to the action ot the Demopig rnnchri where tho most hideously, ol the substitutes classed by be law as cratic party. Wo are authorized to Annnnnna JAR. T.. ugly, aristocrats of the pig kind grunt unhealthy from, arsenic to alum is BAKEH a candidate for Asaeaaor of H.diann absolutely prohibited. county subject to the action of the Demo- beueath their unweildly welitlit. But cratic party. the chicken farm is a delight. Here, HORSES SHOULD DRINK FIRST. We are authorized. in unnnnni niinnnn indeed, is where blue blood tells. In KOHAND a candidate lor Assessor of Madison county; subject to the action of the Democratic one chicken settlement the green Selected for the Climax.J party. sward in ali.ve with great snowy puffs A horsM should always Uo allowed tn We are authorized In &nnnnn.n. W. DEATH ERAQE a candidate for Assessor of of down of nil sizes. In another, hunbefore the feeding, and for this Madison county, subject to the action of the dreds of jet black fellows strut about, drink reason the stomach of the horse is of Democratic party. their coatn gleaming in tho sunshine, such a conformation We are authorized to announce ntm miNN. that if ho is given y their great crimson combs tossed of the Glade District, a candid ate for Assessor) his food first, and then allowed to drink subject to the action of the Democrat Iciarty. over one eyo. afterwards, there is always a probabiliroa muss. Fr'dln bUH another, wo see splended ty of portions of the former being We are authorized In .nnnnnra JIVEH n ldg- with shoggy yellow LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison carried away by the passage of the lat county, subject to the action of the Democratic gins, swaggering around and crawing ter through tho stomach, and, as a con party. over their neighbors like October We are nnthorlzvd tn annnnnrA PRTPH n sequence, colic is not iulrequentiy PAitRISH a fcindrdate for Jiirrt- ill Mafll.nti Goobelitest brought about. Moreover, tho animal county-- , subje'ei lo the acVtoii 6f tn'e Democratic And yet there are many other beauti party-should be allowed to drink three or We are inth'orlze'd tn ahnnnnm JACIT TtORR ful varieties eacb.evldently from their four times a day, and fed quite as often a candidate tor Jaifer'ol Madison conntr. for bearing of the same One term only,, subject to ths action ot the in spite of the practlco common with uemocraiic party. blood royal. The water has a vbry many grooms. We are "authorized tn preserves" tendency to allay any feverish symp-tioa 18 Of 'candidate for Jailor, subject to the onThe Vnnderbilt "hunting eighty-fou- r action the Democratic party. Mt. Pisgah, a track of that may nrise, and considering thousand acres, we have never visited. tho nature of the work, for example, RICHMOND LADY IN THE LAND OF THE Ashevillo.. being famous as a health that a hunter has to perform, and the SKY. resort, tho sanitoriums are numerous dry food upon which he is fed, a little and attractive. One is tho "winyah" attention should bo yaid to this matter. Mrs. Mary W. Williamson Wrilet Entertain.' the Indian name for rest. Many are Southern Planter. Ingly ol Asheville, N. C. presided over by foreign physicians of CENTURY ENDS AT I II III I I '.'--n if MIDNIGHT, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, FURNITURE. pa Erg Erg rJJs I m pal ag pa Pe Efjg 1899. 5f H9JLL2L BAR i 1 "Hundreds .of persons contend that the twentieth century will begin Jnnu-nr- y 1, 1900, while other hundreds con tend with equal posilivoness that the correct dnte is January 1, 1001," writes Edward Boz in the October Ladies Homb Jourllnl. "The 1900 contingent argue that, of course, the neiV century begins with its numeral date, and go on to figuro out very deftly that with the last day of tho year 1S1W the hundred years will have run their course. They argue that if flie first year ended with " 1, the nineDecember 31 of tho teen hundredth year must, of course, end with December 31, 1899, and tho first day of January, 1900. is, therefore, tho first dav of the now century. And curiously enough, this latter figure is correct, but only in a numeral sense. These statisticians overlook one very important fact, however, that it requires one hundred years to make a century, and it calls for no expert mathematician to figure it out that the full hundred years of tho nineteenth contnry will not have run their course until 12 o'clock midnight of the 31st of December, 1900. Numerically, we en ter the twentieth century with Janu ary 1, 1900. But, nevertheless, we must completo the entire year of 1900 and go through its 365 days, before the actual nineteen hundred years shall havo run their course." yi-itt- Ths Leading: Spsciaiists cf Ansrlca 20 YEARS IN OHIO. 250,000 Cured. WE CURE STRICTURE ThoilKinfl tit vanr.rr nn 1 tnM.lTi. menarotroubleUnitlttbijtlUcasc manjr aacy way na o a rmart. I unconsciously, me ccntauon. rmau. ik.ncg stream, rharp cnttiaE Fains at times, ilishtdi-charsdifficulty in commencing, rcak orpins, emission, an.l all tho fjmMomn of nerroDS debility Ihcy hato Bl'ltlC-TUilUon't let doctor cxpcrimrritcrt you. br cattinjr. strctcbinr. or frnrlprr you. This will lioteuroTmi.nsitwill Our NEW S1K1II01 TKtiAT- Jlh.M absorb) tbo ttneturo tismo; hence removes tho strict uro permanent !y. It can never rctnni. Ko pain.no no detention from businefs by our . methoJ. Thsrexualorcansaroitrcnsth-cnedTho nerves nre invigorated, and tho bliss of manhood return;. I c. SI mm IIjlI Ml Wm - Our Prices Help You Eg III m. Pa, Sfgi li.U . WECURE GLEET Thousands of youre and rciildlc-agc- d men aro bavinff tlicir texual ignr and vitality continually rapped Ly this They a-- o unconscious of tho ciuso rf theso symptoms, t.'cncral Weakness, I'nnatural Discharges, Failing --Manhooil, Kcrvourncf , l'oor Memory, lrritlbility, nt time. Srrartinc Sensation, Sunken Kycs, wllh dark circles. Weak Ilaek. General Depression, Lack of Ambition, Varicocele,' Khrnnkcn Party, etc (iLtET an.l STOlCTl lti: may bo Iho cru-c- . Don't cmsnll family doctors, as ticy ravo m Cxpcficaco in theso Special dUcstc don't allow QfiAckH lo experiment rt 7311. Consult fcpccialistsjlf ho havo irrtdo a life study of JJise-Sj6f .Men and Women. OurNUW SlKTliOlr TltKATMKNT will positively fdro yon. Onc thonsar.il dollars for a easo wo Accept for" treatment nml V. 0N0MY1I B Make our values your standard, PE EfP you will find every day needs pEl at every day mm Eg cannoteurc. jcruMinodcratoforiiciiic. CURES GUARANTEED -- hI .. trtiTssfnvs Wo trenf 5I.I-i-VARICOTEWL KYlMlff.fst STIIICTHRR. TMPOTKXCY. SrX'Hri; IlISCHAlUi-ES- . J'K.MNS. I'rtrtATT'itAij KtHNKY and r.LA KllEM CnVSlTT.TATIOY FIIKK. HOOKS FMKE If nnabln tn call, write for QUESTION 1JLANK for HOME TREATMENT. dud-ishl- bull-cochi- - Laoies For relief of women, Ches ter Tansy Tablets, Worth their weight in gold. A safe and certnin monthly regulator. $1 a box. Mukdock Cdiie Co., Atlanta, Gn. nov29 ly ifu! mm Kennedys Kerga 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. BALDWIN pE ns C Nov. 21, 1899. Dear Mr. Woods: The iand of The Ashevili.e, N. Sky smiled a plcnetint welcome to us when we arrived here last September. All through these beautiful autumn days we have expected to see her sunny face darken and become chilly, but as winter advances, her smiles crow more radinnt, and here, November twenty-Hrst- , wo sit on our piazzas with the themometer above ninety, or don our broadest sun bats for a game of croquet. On tho streets of the cosmopolitan little city, one can see all manners of garbing from seal-ski- n coals to muslin shirt waists, but tho latter predomi nate. Asheville has become a kind of happy hunting grounds for people from all Many of Ihe wealthty quarters. Southern planters have summer homes nl tore. They came up during tho season on the cost, and enjoy tho coolness of this hiidi locality. And many Northern swfells have their winter homes here. Thestreets arejust becoming gay with the imposing turnouts Of the latter liveried, mqnogramed, etc. We Kentuckians lose a little of our conceit as we roam around. We are inclined to look with indulgent superiority on all boasters of fine scenery as much as to say : "Ah, you have never been iq out blue grass country you have n6ver wandered over our velvety slopes and majestic woodlands or you would not vaunt your shabby scenery And well, wo may be befolu us!" proud For pastoral beauty, can any laud approach oursl But for the pool "eloquence of beau ty" commend me to the mountains, where naturu lias a voice of sympathy for our every mood. Asheville, fis yon know, w at the confluence of the two picturesque mountains fitreatns, the French Broad and the Swannanoa rivers. 1ikc tne city ot Mexico, it oc cupies nn uudulating plateau encircled ma-ari- international reputation. Anditlsnlxo an educational center of no means repute. The Asheville College for young women, alone, would further Build- particulars. OFKICE-Bwymr), Jllerley ing, KirhmottA, fC5. ?WfS'dOWAL CARDS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, returning one tUy each month. Eyes examined and glasses scientifically adjusted. County Court Days. :tl... .ROBERTS, Taris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first MonAT-- L AW, ATTOItN EY-day. - KENTUCKY. Lexington, Fayette county, second IUCHMOND, Monday. in Moherley ItnildinR. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. W. MILLER Georgetown, Scott county, third MonIPWSrnky-at-Laday. Kkjctockt. Danville, Boyle county, third Mondayt HicHMdVa. Otflce tthJiurtiani Hulldlng, next door to Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third feb3-l- y armeA- - KiiR-jnHank. Monday. Winchester, Clerk county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodfonl county, fourth Monday. A ttohn e vat Law, KENTUCKY. HICIIMOND, Office over Tnvlors Hardware store, Court IIoukc, on Main Street. al -- 11. D. HOGG, ATTORXRY AT ltiHM0.vn, Oilite No. l LA. KrsVl'c'kV. Q 3 j. u. & o. n. aiiBNAM ATTOnKKm AT LAW, StlflHMONl), KVTUCKV 'iilfico on Second street, over Chen-wiut- 's grocery. "R. yL 1 LETCHER, Allomey-at-Law- , ' TRAIN TIME Kentucky. Richmond, OIBbi with T. .7. Smith, Jr., over Covington & Mitchell'H. T. G towry, Aitorney-at'Law- , rStdciTley "Building, ,Vcterinrry Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. up stairs, over store recently by Richmond Harness Co., East Main 8t accu-tpie- gorgeous autumn hills are flaunting their brilliant colors before us, while a chaia of peaks, veiled PHYSICIANS. by, the soft sheen of distance, encircles us on the Northwest, and South. All DIIS. GIBSON, & GIBSON, with Elgin and "Walton move over and around these hills are houses PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ments. These are the finest of every style of architecture. The Kentucky. made and will out last an old colonial prevails the long, brond Richmond, ordinary life. piazzas and wide halls( with deep fire Office in the Joe IV.lini bmlding, it and to Secplaces being eminently suited to a cli 27- old drugstore. ond Street, oirer While Prices run from S6 to $75. mate wliero confinement in small quar ters is tho worst of punishments. There CIUS. HOOKER, F. J. YEAGER, are Swiss. chalets, too, and pretty gabled I ETERINARY SURGEON, No. 23, 2(t St. Richmond, Ky. cottages. Hero and there, the. towers scpfi-lVraduaU Ontario Veterinary College. and turrcls of a cartlodike .hotol peep out from the forests on the mountain Ttichond, Ky. is accurately told by our WATCHES. Carry one and you can reach the railroad in time without hurry. by luountaims. We are showing a line of On the East, the COIN SILVER, GOLD FILLED, and GOLD WATCHES ... y -- o d Slttld, C. Ky. apr7-l- y B m s B 4 JASPER, M. D. nt retidence (the Corr t t t3 tr Medicine and Surgery. Oflice rrather Huildincr, Main Street. Telephone pl) on r?e? S " -- S' a. Women P3 Richmond, Kkntdcky. I)., 2a 2 5- - G. W. EVANS. V a H a Physician and Koroeon, - Kentucky Richmond. .-- D2 2tJ"3tJ oggooooo o'o'2'cro'crcrp oooooooo CCCCBCCB a d a. Pi Pi DR, T. J. TAYLOH)-Richmond. Practitioner in ifetlicine and Surgery, and residence on Second Street. ... DK.TTIST. - t .'A Kentucky. rf25i I E N o 5 o i There are few women as beautiful as they might be. Fowder and. paint and cosmetics don't make cood looks. Beauty is simply an impossibility without health. Beautiful women are few because healthy women are few. Tho way 'to have a "fair figure face and. a well-round- 2 J i J j i 3 to tako Miielfs Fentase Thi3 is medicine time-trie- ! tako up Many columns if I did Justice to the work, the president and his splended wife the excellent faculty, of whom Prof. Martin and Miss Lizzie n to Madison, the Ford are handsome buildings and grounds, and the fine lot of young women tbere.raany of .whom are from Kentucky. liirigliam Heights, the scat-- of the Military school where Major Henry Wygant, lately of Richmond, formerly held sway, is too widely and'favorably known to require more than passing comment. There are also several large and flourishing industrial schools such as are doing noble work for so many young men aim women in the boutu. But I did not mean to make my let ters an advertisement a weakness Asheyillians are said to be prone to. However golden, the sunshine, bal my, the air. romantic the drives, and inchanting the scenery, our hearts will With tho LoukbsI Hairl" always be most closoly tied to "our "Colleges, nowadays, think more of old Kentucky home." the champion foot ball player than they do of tttb valedictorian. More caro is Discovered liy a Woman. exercised in the selection ot a "coach" Another great discovery liaa been for the team than is given to the elecmadti and that too, by a lady in this tion of a Professor of any language or country. ''Disease fastened its clutches. science, There is only one way to cor upon her and for seven years she with rect this evil, aLd that is for the public stood its severest tests, but hor vital or- to demand more learning and less gans Were undermined and death seemed bruising. The colleges1 make it a point imminent For three months she to furnish that which is demanded," coughed incessantly and could not To Care a Cold IB One Day sleep. She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump All druggists refund the money If it fails to 25c E. tion, and was so much relieved oh .taking nature cure. each box. W. Grove's sigoctZo-ois on first dose, that sbo slept all night and with two bottles has been absolutely "THE LdlT CAUSE. " cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz.' Thus writes AY. C. Hamnick & Co:, of 'The Lost Cause," which ia a fre Shelby, C. Trial bottles free at quent visitor to our office, is a most inPerry & Thomas' Drugstore. Succes teresting journal, edited by Mrs. Basil sors to W. G. White. .Regular size BOc W. Duke and Miss Florence Barlow, of and $1.00; every bottle'guarunteed. 4 Louisville, Ky. It ia published under the auspices of the Daughters of the CHRISTMAS ADVERTISING. Confederacy of Louisville, numbering two hundred and twenty-Biwhich is WoistOQ.DIxer In Prlntera' Ink. a mighty power behind the throne. It Don t be atraid or oecinuing' vour is made up largely of Confederate Christmas advertising too early; be scenes, incidents, and historical remin among the first in your town to hold iscences ot the period of '61 to '63, out a welcome to gift buyers, and make with spicy editorials and in it a point to invite poopla who ''only teresting literature of the present. want to look," with the assurance that The December number will contain they will not be pressed to buy. Dress the splendid address delivered by Mrs. your store in holiday attire soon after A. M. Harrison at tiie meeting of the Thanksgiving, and let your windows Kentucky Stato Division of U. D. 0. at and vour advertising TOinind people Richmond ; also other interesting mat that Christmas is close at hand. ter in connection with that meeting. Don't give your advertisingand store This i a journal that ought to be display to nicknncks and fancy, expen- supported not only by all Confederates, sive goods, unless you deal exclusively but all lovers of Confederate literature in such things, but devote a fair share and who caro for the brave men of the of both to low and medium priced arti sixties. cles of every day U6e, which haTe a Every dollar made by "Tho Lost ready sale at this season, and which Cause" is used to help Confederate somebody else will sell if you don't. veterans, their families, widows and orphans. The subscription price is 75 "One Minute Couch Cure is tbo best cents a year, and we wish for Mrs. rumedy 1 ever used forcouchs and Miss Barlow a large list from colds. It is unequalled for whooping Duke and cough. Children all liko it," writes II. Madison county. N. Williams, (ieiltrrville, Ini. Never fails. It is tho only harmless remedy It takes but a minute to overcome that elves immediate results. Cures tickling in the throat and to stop a coughs, colds, hoarseness, croup, pneu cough by ihe use of One Minute Cough monia, uroticniiiR auu an mroat and Cure. 1 ins remedy quickly cures all lUng troubles, lis earlr use prevents forms ot throat and lung troubles Harmless and pleasant to take. It pre erry x i nomas. consumption. vents consumption A lamous specific for grippe and its alter effects i'erjy & WORTH A TRIAL. Thomas. m well-knowed , x, FADELESS livered. PUTNAM DYES produce the fas test and Mr. Hayes Blocker, of Nicholasville, brightest colors of any known accompanied by his wife, spent a few rtye stuff. Sold by C. L. Sear- days with friends and relatives' here cy, "Waco, Ky. : Thomas & Ad the past week. Mrs. Wlil. Reynolds left Friday for dec6-lams, Panola, Ky. Mrs. Elizabeth Young lias returned from a three months stay with the Now being over family of Nathan Fain, at Fainville. ELECTION all should settle The members of Bethel church are in quest of a pastor for next year. The down to business churqh was without a pastor last year. and forget our few political Corn is about all gathered at this "We do not times: yield not so good as last year, differences. a paternal govern in and is selling at 40 cents per bushel, debe-lie- pill mm mm Erp ATISFACTI 11 Is our aim, the goods behind li ' 1 vo ment and ask no special priv ileges or favors except that you favvol' us with an oportun-it- y to show you our well se lected large stock of New Marine, Illineis, where she will join liL'r Goods and demonstrate that AN Old FOGroN Foot Ball husband. TJiey expect to make that we can give you much better their future borne. for your money It is not an easy matter for a person Through the efforts of our enterpris not a resident of a college town, to ing merchant and postmaster, Mr. J. G. RETURN S than any other grow enthusiastic over foot ball or any Baxter, we have dally mail at Baldwin house in the state. Here instead of only three times a week, as of the purely college pastimes. Wall Paper from 4e on up to "old we formely had. the view of a tony," the editor of the Anderson "Kit" Shifllet, of McLean county, the finest goods made. WinNews.yet thero is. more sense than sen- Illinois, paid ids old home here a short dow Shades 10c on up. Pictiment in what he Says: visit the past week returning huine up. We "It is a little difficult for an old fogy Saturday. He lids thrCo S0118 living ture Frames 20c on make a Mixed Paint for $1.10 to see the good of all this noise and there at present. slugging. It seems that the boys might gallon in white, black and There has been several crops of to per spend their hours more profitably in bacco sold in this section, at prices all shades of colors, the best construing latin sentences, digging out 1 cents per pound. on market at any price. Stock greek roots or solving geometrical ranging from 5 to problems, instead of going about yel- Tho farmers aro about through strip of Window Glass the largest IiUrt). ling at the top of their voices: "Hip. ping tho weed down Call on W. J. Harvey lias sold His farm of and prices right. Lair; Ski, Itair; Tho Toughest Set acres to Andrew Clark, of Judson, Ky., for $2250. Mr. Harvey has removed with his family to Jciforsnn-tow- n, Ky. AVc wish Mr Harvey suc cess in his nuV home, and welcome Mr. Clark in our midst. 1C0 11 For anything and everything mm IPEI in in ftiJ&d first-clas- our promise is our living fpE mm witness. m m ll EfP EfP Eg pE s Furni- - sip kept in a ure Store, you will nnaifi U it at IP lw pa mm H . OLDHAM'S, SUCCESSOR pE Eg pE El TO BIGGERSTAFF & OLDHAM. rPil T"V Efp UNDERTAKING LINE COMPLETE. E - Til ilE ipEl Lwy i- Jione 1. 1 235 WILLI., gJs STREET. iTP iv. n Night 136. ff. J11J RICHMOND, KY. m pE Murdock Ca tarrh Cure. It cures Colds, Hay Fever and all forms of Catarrh. Prlco SI. mniled on receipt of price. See ad- vertisment. Mukdock Cuke Co.. nov29 ly Atlanta. Ga. It cocs to every part inpEgJiiE EfpElpElpElErpElpElpE Efp The most interesting personality in the new State Senate will be Hon, Curtis F. Burnam, from tho district com posed of the fountieadl Madison, Es till, Leo and powell, Born in 1820 and graduated at Yale in tno class of 1S40, ho was elected a member of the Legislature in 1851; in 1852 ho Was" a Presidential elector for Scott and Graham ; seved two more terms in the Legisla ture; in 1863 was tho Republican nomi nee for United States Senator and was defeated by James Guthriejln 1801 was the Lincoln and Johnson elector for the and in 1875 Was appoint ed by President Grant assistant secretary .of treasury. Mr. Burnam has been for nearly forty years President of a bank at Richmond; has tho degree oi State-at-large, 1 r!i?55i OS? The Southern Mutual Investment k OF LEXINGTON, KY. $186,000 PAID IN LIVING BENEFITS $ 72, 75 4.60 RESER YE AND S URPL US. -I- ks Reverse ol Lite Insurance. V- CD LL, D. from Centre College; ono of his sons is a member of the Court of Ap peals and another one has served in the lower House of the Legislature. In all the States there is.no finer specimen of the gentlemen of tbe old school, and his presence will add to his dignity, culture and courtesy of a body sadly in need of those graces. Louisville Times. O CO S3 Ytk. Wo pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Companies pay to the estates of deceased. Largest .proflts consistent with safety and conservatism. Every precaution for the protection of the investor. For particulars apply to TZ. S7VHTH B05A7Vf?f N, Local Agent, Richmond, Ky. SECRETARY. LEXINGTON. KY. MltS. A. T. MILLION, child's life Mr. J. Sheer. Sedalia. Mo., saved his by One Minute Cough Cure. Doctors had given her up to die with croup. It's an infallible cure forcolds, coughs, grippe, pneumonia, bronchitis, and throat and lung troubles. Relieves at onco. Perry & Thomas. The Ultra, $3.50 FOE LADIES. 7K ?!r l 3! ?Jr' I'S WWB HEMES Is what you want preference to in DENTAL CTJaOJSSY. nof Locisvilij:, Kr. next door to Government Building, RIchmSnd, Ky, Office hours 9 lo 1 to 4. ee 12-- Repttiiri j ! , d that old and that cures all female p p3 B3B332HB USS2 pwna BBSS novI7-l- y o Mm;. m 20 J)ft. PREO SMITH. DEN 1IST. over Collins' Grocery, same ofBce lately occupied by r. w. w. uurgin. aniz-i- y bJm p.m. a.m 6 8 20 7 03 I Ciacinniti Dr. Louis H. Landman No. 03 West Ninth Street. Cincinnati. Ohio. a 00 will be at the Hotel Z! miner, Richmond, Ky., on 2 SS 125 5o In EKect December C, 1S33 1 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. p.m. . Lve. Richmond .. Ar. 1 IX) 11 42 ' Winchester Mayaville 8 40 ' Paris " Frankfort ve. 7 60 aeorleown... 7 00 Ar. IS troubles and weaknesses and drains. It makes no difference what, the doctors call the trou- ble, if there 13 anything the matter in the distinctly feminine organs, Bradfield's Fe male Regulator will help and cure it. It is good for irregular or painful menstruation; forleucorrboea, for falling of the womb, for nervousness, headache, backa;ha and dizziness. Take it and get well. Then your oldtimo girlish features and figure will be restored. SoM by 4ruggMs for Jl bottle. THE BRAdFTELS REGULATOR CO. ATT-Mrr- A, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13, 189?, e 30 8 17 1C.28 11 20 7 10 8 SO 6 10 4 23 3 40 returning every second Wednesday o. each, month. Beference svery physician ot .Rich- fohlA.1v. mnnfl.W- - Ask for tickets via Pari. J. B. NEWTON, Q. P. A, SA. Mr. Wash Huggins, of CaveCityrKy., who probably knows as much about fruit trees as any body In Barren coun ty, eays now is the time to protect them against the gnawing of rabbits by rubbing their trunks with soft soap, says tbo Glasgow Times. Mr. Huggins eays, that a liberal application of soap to the trunk is not only an absolute preventive to the gnawing of the rab The CiiiifAX and the Ohio Farmor bits, but it also brings the trees out in (weoklv) for $1.60 till January 1. 1901. springtime with a beautiful, smooth, The best bargains ever offered in good readme. Tbe Ohio tarmer is clearly green, healthy bark. the leader of the agricultural press of America, it is tue larniers paper.practi-ca- l, Ths Appetite of a Goat reliable and entertaining. Twenty Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whoso pages weekly, with liberal Illustrations stomach and Liver are out of order. and compla market reports from all the market All such should know that Dr. King's leading completecenters. JNo farmers home is without it. Now Life Pills, tho wonderful Stomach You ought to know moro about this Liver. Itcmedy, gives a splendid great Agricultural paper. It will pay and appetite, sound digestion and a regu you in dollars and cents to read it a get tbe Subscribe lar lxxlily habit that insures perfect vear.benefit of thisat once and Sample great offer. full eltaMKl gfet energy. Oaly ppers fm. Dea't wait. cofia of both earts" IiyDrggStore. U Write tu y. to-da- Taxpayers of Lawrence county are rejoicing: over the termination of their rni road bond suit, which has just been decided in favor of the county by the Supreme court of the United Stntes. Toe principal an inteiest due on bonds up to this dato amounted to over fCO,-000, it being about 4 per cent, of tax values. Before Suit was brought and the bonds declared void the county had paid over $40,000" in interest and one bontl ot ? 1,000. Jho termination of this suit puts .Lawrence county out 'Go ye into all the world and preach of debt. Farmers' Homo Journal. tbe gospel to every creature, beginning Miss Annie E. Gunning, Tyre. Mich., nt Jerusalem.'.' is translated by the snys, "1 sintered a long time with present administration as "Go ye into uyspepsia; lost llesu ana became very Uyspepsia Cure com all the world and shoot tho gospel into Weak, Kodbl tue." It diuresis what pletely curod every creature, beginning at tho Philip you eat and cures .ill. forma of stomach pines " Ky. v indicator. trouble, it never mils to Rive immedi ate relief in tho worse caecs. Perry & Extraordinary Wsr. 'i nomas. They Bay that U. S. Judge Walter Evans, who is etill contesting Oscar Torner'c seat in Congress from the Louisville district, is not doing so with tbo bopo ot getting it, but the $2,000 aud more that the body allows contestants. Thero aro others, notably the one in this district, an eve to the main chance, and who without office, could not make $2,000 in 130 yoars. Stanford Journal. Mm m 111 others. Reasons why you should get it and no other: It gives more heat and uses less fuel. It is all : ' built and like a hot air furnace. It has a large radiatingsur-face- , lates the air rapidly and heats the rooms evenly. It is a double heater. No dirt from ashes, as it is carried away by the patent ash flue. It has perfect regula4 op-.erat- more substantially which circu- A Rubber Tire Factory Here. Mr. S. L-- Midkiff has installed tho first and onlv plant in the county for tho cnnstnwtsou and repair of rubber tires for vehicles, and is turning out factory work, at less than factory prices. We examined his woik and found it who-hav- e equal to any in service. He will be pleased to exhibit his own factory work and quote prices. He puts robber tires on old wheels and the life of tho We need a sew word, ptactiology; vehicle is prolonged so that twice their m easing, the knowledge wKleh eem cost is saved, not to mention the com oc!25-t- f from practicing of doing what we know, fort derived. tion and easy to The design of the stove is perfect. The blacking V Of the outside facing never burns off and is TSN. br igbt all the year round. For sale'by e. ' i mmm i mm, Main Street, Richmond, Ky. 7f Tfs 7 7N 7f 7fs 7f ir The Richmond Climax. principles ot a republic, it dared to express iis sympathy with struggling Proprietor. mankind everywhere. When Greece J. O. CIIENAULT. Business Manager. wns BtnuiKHng for her liberty, Daniel A. D. MILLBK Experience teaches thai Editor. Webxter thundered out the sympathy oi C. E. WOODS and when the good clothes 'wear longest, the American people, gives best nutrition, 1899. Cubans were fiehtinir to be free Con WEDNESDAY, DEC. 0, - gress heard thuir rries aud promised good food far and a good medicine that in Mirror and relief; but nway Africa, in the Dutch republic, the cures disease is naturally the HUIIMSHKU EVERY WCJJNK3DAY BY U era are oHering up their right to Co. Kovern themselves, and this preat nat best and cheapest. Hood's Tha ion KtHtuls with its hands tid and it? Sarsaparilla is the best medi tnon'h trnt'fred and clnre not offer one of HVinpiitliv. I'ltlOK I'KIt YKAtt, $1.50. wordgreatest republic In hat n fpectacle, cine money con buy, because all timed a train it cures when all others fail thrt to ray a word, and win? Hecnuse. if poor Poor Heath-"- Hd lr Bill Kf.kinri.lKO cin't swallow we oxpre(ed nyrawtliy with the Eng yexrs, pains in shoulders. Back hetlth for and hips. Owens, wlut.caii? land would cable bark: 'What is the matter with the Filipino?'" Bryan Ktidh constant headache, nervousness snd for no appetite. Used Hood's Sars&parfila, Junk Gayt.k na tiouiiiinti-M a job A. T. Wood, of Mr. Sterling. niirriMi ill tii Seventh to gained strength and can work hard all tlic Unlimited Settle. one .f the moxt prominent Republi- day; eat heartily and sleep wcu. J took his party nom it because it helped my husband io whom cans in Kentucky, once Bili.Owk.ss was nominated by the inee Tor Governor and appointed by llnnvii Democracy and endorsed by Gov Bradley, U. S. Sonator lor a few it gave strength." Mrs. E. J. Giffels, and will make the brief hours, does not look upon the Moose Lake, Minn. tbo Itepulilii-HUH- . race against Oaylo for the vacant seat Democratic Election Lommlcsioners as of Settle. do others of his paitj . Me says: 'Two ol the commissioners, l'ryor The fitly bixth Congress assembled and 1'oyntz, L know, personally. :ney David IJ. Ilondorson, oi aro good lawyers and know their duty. on Monday ana Heod't Mill cr UTr lilt : tha Iowa, whs elected Speaker of the House And I have no reason to doubt that take with llood i Snaprtlla. nlr cathartic by tlieUopiibllcnns receiving 17" votes. they will perform it. Hichardsoii, Tennessee, Democrat, 153; As lor J mice rryor, I have practiced law liefore him from 1S73 until he left othors 0. the bench, He is regarded as the Nes- of commissioners of the Kentucky Deaf at Dauville, in Tiik new Congrefa is expected to tor of the Kentucky bar. asHis record as School for the M. McRoberts resigned. a star, and nlace of Hon. P. measures, the a judge is as stainless pam two Stanford Journal. Mr. McRoberts is gold stiimliirit national uaiiK out ami no man can make me believe tnatin of Mrs. M. M. Miller, l'jvne-IIann- a Milwiilr bill, both iui his declining years he would do anything a brother-in-la(luitoim measures, and both bearing which would mar his good name before of this city, and is one of the leading . .1 i rl i.. .i Close reunion 10 me hihsu mining iuuu. the people of Kentucky. Tho people citizens ot Lincoln county. should wait until tho commissioners' Mr. John II Chandler, of the law these questions nnd Stand nt. 5oebel, for yonr rights, decide confidence in tho have a little firm of Chandler & Xvorman, or auis integrity of ville.is here this week and was warmly Wuiterson trulv sa.vs that Republicans more mankind." welcomed by his lanre circle of friends. think Democrats haro but two rights Though he is as fond as ever of Rich theright to be hanged and the rigid OWENS. BRECKINRIDGE AGAINST mond, he is satisiied thai, irom a to lie dainnnd. protessional standpoint at least, his re Thev don't aci or.l us evpn the right Lexington Herald, Decembers. to be defeated. They want the ofllces, moval to UHiisviue was a wise step. Let tho count Of course. The Herald will not sup- His firm enjoys a nice practice, far ex elected or not elected. go on. port Hon. V. C. Owens for Congress; ceeding their expectations. The Climax will next week publish and this was known before bin nomina Gov. lJnni.ETs administration will the brilliant address made here last When we w ere called upon to week by Mrs. A. M. Harrison before hit memorable for the projection and tion. fulfillment of the onterpriwj to take the know whether The Herald would sup the The Third Annual Meeting of the or the nnrortunato Irom port Mr. Owens, wo frankly answered Kentucky Division of the Daughters of their old haunts and bring them under that the manager of The Herald only tho Confederacy. The demand for the the influence of indiifetrv and of educaaddress in printed form has become so tion, aiiiiine to make of those possible could answer that question; that he great that the Climax has been asked men and women whose alone controlled The Herald; but that to publish it, which it will gladly do. criminals, characters are n rmed by sett Knnwt we would not support him not because Extra copies of the paper may e Ige, self reverence and of his opposition in tho former contest, be had. mailed free to any address by this oflice, at 6 cents a copy. ReducKpfohts wero made by tbo friends nor for any utterance made by him in tions for large quantities. of Editor It. J. rveulnn, ot tho owenton that contest but because of the means The Century Club met on Friday Herald, to have hun announce for Con used by him and with his knnwleJge Rev. cross. He would do the State honor in by which both his nomination and elec- evening withhome Jasper K. Smith, at University his pretty t ic National Legislature, if his people tion were secured. We have not united campus. An eight on the dinner was course were to send him there and they would 7 p. m., a repast w hich for do so if they were all jis well awaro of with the Brown Democracy, we are not served at and service has rarely his ability aud uprightnefas bs are his Republican, have not joined the Hon HUinptuonsness nevorexrelled hy thai been equaled and urothors ot the qulli.buuuord Jour- est Election League, and have not par club. The topics discussed was "Our nal. ticipated in the conventions which New Possessions," lead by the SecreAmen and amen. Gordon Paxton, followed by made this nomination; nuJ have re- tary, Prof. and Messrs. Crooks, Miller, Dr. Logan mained free to take such coutso as Shackelford, Harris, Smith, and others. The Slate Election Commissioners met Monday at 1'Vaiikfort.and inspect Leeemed best after action was taken The guests were Messrs. W R. Letchod the the returns from 50 of 1 IS coun Our judgment was that the nomination er, Sr., R. E. Turley and C. 3v Woods. ties. Five counties. Green, Harlan. of Republican was a the most expedient Of the manv elegant dinners served Harrison, Christian and Fleming were last week, passed for argument by attorneys later. LXitf2 leaders of both the Republican on Thanksgiving in Madit-onThe result of the count is mere con and Drown parties disagreed with this none surpassed that of Mr. and Mrs. T. About jecture. . It is likely i thero willbea cou- - judgment, and their action is now sub C. Willis. heavily-ladene- thirty persons sat - .. . . ... i d board and around the me i tebt oeiore .1. igiiiHuru, wuurc memmined to the voters of tho district enj jyed the sumptuous repast. Turkey bers will go on record for or against The very foolish and extreme action aud cranberry sauce, oyster soup and military interference at election in the free commonwealth of Kentucky. of the Frankfort convention ought to celery, chicken salad and oyster croquettes, beaten biscuits and wafers, jeldefeat Mr. Gayle. We cannot under cream listening to his speech nt the stand how sensible and up right gentle lies, catsups, etc., cotlee, ice among and After the cakes without number, were of the Houses ot Reform dedication host of relatives Tuesday, tajs the Interior Journal, an men liko Mr. Rogers Clay and Capt delicacies served. The merry party, but and friends composed a old man wont up to Gov. Itradlev and John 11. Carter could bring themselves form and jolly countentluuk hands witii him, saying, "I am a to sign the resolutions reported by the the rotund against you, but! committee of which thev were mem ance of Grandpap Josia Baker Willis Democrat and voted was Biilllcieut sauce for the occasion, am sorrv now I did. Why didn't you again?" "The Constitution forbids bers, nor how such a man as Col. Allen which was one of the most enjoyable it rnu that," replied the Governor, when the could under any circumstances consent has been our pleasure to attend. The Cecilian Club met with Mrs. J. old man said with w..rmth, 'D n the to accopt a nomination upon such a Constitution, I wanton to be Gover- platform. Aud the nomination by the T. Akers on Wednesday, November 22. with eight members present. The nor us long as y.m live." Drown Democrats and Republicans of subject for theafternoon;was ''Vocalis's The Kentucky llousos of Roforni an objectionable candidate, upon whom and fcong ritersol the fast nnd Prewere foiuibiiy di dieati-i- l at Lexington all elements of opiosition would unite sent" Miss Helen Bennett read a well . do-.- r I'luare now pen to might have been followed hv the defeat prepared article on the ''History or lirt Origin of Song." Mrs. W. S- - Oldham It the wrong !km k aiiK-nt- : the youm Ie i to be a very e"ii ot hope to thobe of Mr. Gayle, which the Humiliation .iml Mrs. Pickels sang a duet, "1 Heard Hie uliiulon of evil of Mr. Owens makes certain. on vvikk- - poll a Voice," by Glover, aud Mrs. Oldham deeds. Ilc.ethe.v Meiohe t night to l(Kk lie who writes this has im attack to read a paper on 'Song Writers." Thes on wiiaiw-ve- r thii;i- - n eti lie. on make upon Mr. OwenF; he makes i.o members discussed vocalists andmtiMc-iauin general, each one having some thiiitrs Tr ImmjM, just and of criiism upon the action of the two con hing interesting to suv, which made it g hm! reciri, ai.d taught to holievo that i ventions which namiuatcd him. II very instructive and pleasant. The no paili is lo aujo le who, vi I ways, would live the lifo of simply announces that he cannot ac musicians of our town Were quite fortuinoii and cept that nomination as in the interest nate in having Mrs. W. G. White as t. origuator of the club. She is untiring won. en. of pure party government or honest in her efforts to make it a success and Tuts Silver Utpullican National elections; not can he ask his friends to made a most cllirient President last year. Mrs. White's time expiring. Convention p'olwli y will lo held in support it. W. C. P. BiiF.cKixntbOE. .Mrs Pickels was unanimouslv elected tlieHiuio city as ill Democratic On President and has already proven her ventioii, aliil dniiiiL' the same wenk ability as leader for the'eoming year. nixl.iuilem present signs fail, the fusion The UUMAX will have, a weekly reof 1S1W will he ifKjato.l. and every Western State that went for Dryan in Dr. Jasper's condition is not improv port of the proceedings of tho Cecilian 1806 will repeat it in IDOO.not withstandClub from a different contributor each ing. week. The following notices are taken ing the Republican cry to the contrary. B. Shackelford is rapidly ro from musical journals of the past week At the meetiui! in Chicago last week of Mrs. D. 'Cecilian Chaminade, who is the Executive Committee of the Silver covering. Republicans the determination of the by her fine songs nnd graceful Mr. T. Hood Little is visiting friends piano pieces, will make a tour of this Silveritcs to keep the Democrats in l.outsville.- siraitfht on the money question was ountry in early spring. She is a sisler-in-laMiss Elizdieth Barrett is visiting of Motzkowsky, Madame Mosz- shown hy ox Congressman Towne, kowsky, being her sister." Chairman of the Coiumittco, who re menus in Winchester. Patti, it naked : Mr. aud Mrs. Leo Todd, of Ford, vis is said, contemplate a "positively last" tour in the country next season. What "The mission of the Silver Republi-cm- s ited relatives here Sunday last. is to bring the Democrats and ever may be the state of her voice, she Mr. T. J. Moberlej', of Strong's Big is certainly the best known and best mid, acting as a Populists n;.-tlie- r club, to keep them true to the princl-cle- s .store, Jjouisville, was here Thanksgn' advertised singer of the age. Her ing. of 1893 " recent marriage has brought her before Mrs. Elizabeth Miller aud Miss Bes the public aud there will no doubt be a lively curiosity to see nnd hear this sie are at homo from Winchester. operatic Cleopatra whose infinite variety Mr. J. A. Elliott and family, of Lex age does not seem to wither or custom ington, are tho guests of Mr. J. M state "Music, in the opinion of ikJeii, at Kingston. many, ranks second only to faith and Mrs. Lou. Elgin, of Georgetown, is religion; and apart from its power, its visiting her dang liter, Mrs. H. G Tur effect and Its many advantages, we may justly regard it as belonging to Lexington, Ky. ner, on lulth street. heaven rather than to earth, awakening Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Shipp. of George and stimulating, as it does, in our town, spent MiianKsgiviug wmi Mrs. hearts a desire to praiso tho Almighty w. u. UKinam, on Uroadway. with palms and thanksgivings." O. Mrs. David G. Martin, of Corhin. ar rived on Saturday nnd is the guest of tmm doctrine of ' WiiiIjE this nation held aloft tbo nt and the "The testis ' MISS FANNIE WATTS. MES. C.D, CBENAULT. f the Cheapest .''Another year elapsod, another le'ttor cuxne; mi units a ijviu wicui,,ui,u the debf, so far as money cduld ;.pay,wns cawelled! But hotter news accomThe nanled tbe letter of .thanks: a.nroirrao theibalanco soon. I!!!;!tli ae-n.-.. .. y, Climax Printing stranded insurance man, the was now a prosperous physician, still blessed with tho lovo of his devoted wile, with friends and patrons by thousands nnd prosperity Biniling benignlj-- upon nun nn ins. This lofty exhibition, ol one of the rarest graced of tho human .heart gratitude ia worthy of record; no less worthv is the unselfish deed of the stranger's benefactor. For obvious reasons tlio latter's name iswithold. The forme.- - neod never be ashamed of his Dr. G. W. Rush, 23 East Liberty c. x w. Ga. street, Savn-nnah- , ei... .. o. . GOOD 7 19 " Fil " 11 . The Biggest, Brightest and Best Displayff Don't fail to stop in and see what we have. Wash Fabrics, Outing Flannels, light and dark ground, solid colors, stripes and checks, extra heavy fine quality, at 10c per yd. Good values also at 5 and 8Jc. Eiderdown Cloaking Flannels, good quality, solid white, pink and olive, at 35 and 49c. ..Of) a "99 a d nui-ce- Patrw SECRETARY. Home land OUT I W!SL. - .8 "OS so OQ ) . SO. "3 "0 Of ). SO s . . ..09 o 0 3 9 Richmond Chapter Unrted Daughters the price of tbo Verdict alone is $1. Mr. Belmont, tho owner of The Ver-- i f lona-pronils- ... -- evil-mind- diet, is said to be very close to Mr. Bryan, and is slated for Ambassador to England or n Cabinet position in case Bryan is elected. These rumors are wafted along by the political wUeacies, bnt those who aro close to Mr. Belmont claim that ho is wholly unselfish in this movement. It is an omen worthy of thedeepest thought that a very wealthy man, one of the members of the sacred inner circle, comes out definitely as an enthusiastic adherent of the Chicago platform. While its political program will attract many readerg, thero are other good points in Tho Veidict that are sure to draw readers. The stories of Wolfville and the far West by Lewis, the clever illustrations, straight from the shoulder editorials, inside sporting and theatrical cossin Democrats will find Tho Verdict worthy ol special aU tenlion hereafter. Remember, Verdict nnd Climax ono Insnro yonr lwellinirs, barns and all other roperty in me uvar. ukass inscbakck i;o., oi PROSPERITY AI.D home Institution, eiinpton, Ky. aires protection strain St Fire, Lightning and Torna- CLEAN LINEN do. No assessment calls made and no initiaPRESIDENT. The chcaret and most tion fees charee-dare closely aJlied. I'erhsps you are not reliable company for the people ot our county aware of it. Let us gets cheaper operating li hot year as long l i the State, and in said com of Confederacy. a-- you continue ever pany, ror iuria.tr lniormauon can on meir Lauader Ymi Lisea, agent and collect or. 8. II. li Black. Attorney-at-Lawill not set opposite Richmond, Ky., orSco on Main Street, whisky, and the Court next door to State Bank Court ladles sad gentlemen. No one can please & Trust Co., secon d floor aside thrt will of tho majonty. you in the get-u- p of your goods better J.il.UAKTKB. Pres. The attomov argued that the election y mayM-lC. C. BOSWORTH. Secy. than me .can. Come and inspect our had been declared null and void on tho facilities for doing fine work. district? Jiad jointly voted upon it. (Union and Ellii- RJC1I7S0ND STEAM LAUNDRY. ton against license, jticiiiuouu iur.7 tlm , ! n I V v.ipntfnn Commission held ilo-us- e 1 Helps very greatly- an. entrance Into so ciety or the business world, and nothing assists moro to mako success. (. ).. Sjle,.. .. . 0 . " .. 4) "08 o "00 "6-C- I S 93 9 as 3 a. . .. . . 0 6 year, $3.75. 01 Interest to Old Cilixcns County. cl Madison , w-k- - !. Journal. Among Mrs. Mary J. Murphy's papeis, Mr. J. S. Hughes found copies of the Louisville Journal of August S, 1853, of the Frankfort Yeoman Juno 2, 1849, and of the Lexington Observer aud Reporter August 23, 1854. Tho Journal' published by Prentice & n is a folio and three of its pages are full of advertisements, including notices of negroes for sale and runaway negroes. The leading editorial is a discussion of the recent election, in congressional which Elliott, Democrat, defeated Dr. Pierce in the Madison county district, which was considered the Gibraltar of the Whigs, their usual majority being 3,000. It was a misfortune to the Whigs, says Mr. Prentice, but it was just what Dr. Pierce deserved for thrusti.ig himself in the canvass aud declining all proposals of the adjustment of his claims. "That's one way of disposing of a troublesome customer, and sometines perhaps the bst, if not the only way," the article ends. At the same election, 51 whlgs and 30 Democrats were elected to the Legislature. In that day the Louisville and Gait, judging by the arrivals published, were as now the leading hotels, the former being kept by M. Kean and the latter by Bishop &Faulrls. The other hotels mentioned are the Exchange and Owens Hotel. The postmaster general seems to have just decided that a stamp could not be cut from an envelope and use on another one, even if it had not been cancelled, and the question is made the subject of an article to the effect that a government is not honest which would make such a rulling. The typography of the and Jurnal Is fully up to tbatot y the paper would be a credit evon to these latter and more progressive times. We will make extracts from the other papers Friday. Stanford Hen-detso- n, nine-columto-da- voted for license, It legally could be; and should be governed accordingly, and that license should be granted there. Responding, Judge Million used this language: "The Court holds that Union distric, liko others, is divided into two precincts for the convenience of the FROM.nennln Who elect one magistrate, and are join tly and mutnally affected by his acts, etc. I will not thwart the expressed will of the neonlo there or elsewhere, upon a technicality. 1 over rule the motion lor license to ecu liquor in the Union district." This first dicision of the new Judge, singularly enough, was upon a ques - AT tion which more man any otner enof the people dur tered into the minds ing the recent canvass for the office. Mr. Million, bv some, was supposed to have pledged himself to grant these tavern licenses In event of bis election, and hence great interest Centered in T. Putnam, an expert refractionist, from our Ontica his dicision. It is needless to say that his position as aboved defined will Department, isafc Hotel Glyndon this week with a complete meet with the approval not only of the JJL JUOUl U3CU . 1U UCICCUIIK people of Union but witii a majority of CUU1 . 1 n TIT " w e especially solicit a can irom those tho citizens of the countv. In a subse detects or vision, Judge Million said having1 obscure visual defects and "who have never yet had quent interview, that wherever the people by a majority glasses which gave entire satisfaction. have expressed their wishes he would Furtheraccordingly. be governed ESIT'Examination free and satisfaction guaranteed on more, that before he would grant lieveiy fitting. cense elsewhere it would require a preponderance of evidence showing that such license will be acceptable to the people. It is understood that Geo. E. Edwards had a similar petition ready for filing (FOUNDED 18S2.) for license in the same precinct, but decided it was useless to present it. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. JEWELEBS AND OPTICIANS, . The Judge will be given another test upon this stibiect when George lient- Iey applies for license to Bell liquor at or near Booncsboro, which, wo believe, is in a precinct that has not voted on license. Miss Margaret Parrish, the .accom plished private stenographer and secre.Ins Barred Plymouth Rocks tary to Judge Turpin, will be retained until her successor, Mr. 1'arKer Adams, learns the ropes of his position as secThe "TRUE BLUE" Strain. retary to the new County Judge. was that tho election for three districts Ap UpiI tlmr the Court of peals having decided that a whole r .licrrirf. fan nnt. override OllC precinct; iu other words, that eacl " precinct, as a unit ot tno county, irovern itself. Therefore, as the Mc Creary precinct at said election had -- FOR RENT John A, Higgins. 9 s nn,. The residence of the late Stephen B. White on High St. Apply to TO i SKIRTS co SJ9. Mrs. Ellen "V. Dibson hereby notides the public that sho will not tolerate hunters on her larra. Any parson caugnt on tno premises with a gun will prosecuted to the full extent of the law. a- Ladies' Outing Underskirts, 39 inches long, 2 yds wide, 25c. Net Fleeced Lined Skirts at same price. Black Net Skirts 50c. KNIT UNDERYEAR. a a "m o ' e 90s. 0O e - ) 9 ft "Expert Optician -- . o. 90.. AOs.. Good warm garments, vests 19, 25 aud 50c. Union Suits 25, 50 and 99c. BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. 3 0 . o& 90s. 90s.. OS. e Just a ! Keodricks of Louisville 20.. Co.. BO.. come and inspect them. See the bargains in these winter coverings. Prices extremely moderate. A nice good size blanket, 49e and up. SILK WAIST PATTERNS. ..09 O0 r"3 Hotel Glyndon ...... o.. 90.. 90 "4a a MICA 0O. ... 90. 90 0 Plain and fancy, a variety of color and styles, every piece new, the very 1)est at the price. Splendid values. RIBBONS. i 90.. ... O0 w ,.. 90. 90.. 90 90. 90. 90 90. SO. 0 e)9 Fine all silk ribbons, in the new color effects, for neck and belt, 25e per yd. .9 9 0 .. O 9Ga Wm. Kendricks Sons, ONE WEEK ONLY. 90.. ... 00.. " 90 0 ... ... .. . . Fancy figured ere ton per yd. 8i, 10 and 15c Eloor Oilcloth in different widths and patterns. Clark's Thread, 3 spools for lOcts. od ..9 a 3C0 0 0 90.. 90.. o e o.. SO" ... li 0 e. .. .. EDon't fail to call. e0 0 0 0 Yours Respectful!-- , wliat-siK-v- er Rich Mineral Deposits of Madison. By lion. C. L. 8earcr.l for-Kxki- PERSONAL well-kno- w C.FiBrower&Co Now Xm Every For For For For Thing for You the Mother, . her sister, Mrs. J. U. (Jhenault. Mr. A. D. Flora leaves with the "Kentucky Colonels" for a tour of the est, returning in three weeks. Mr. Harry B. Beck, Circuit Clork, of Owen county, visited his daughter, Miss ithel Clark, at Madison Institute, Mrs. Mary W. Williamson's article on the "Land of the Sky" Asheville and vicinity is printed on our first to-da- y RELIGIOUS. page. Rev Kylo baptised fourteen persons in J. M. Hendren's pond, as a result of two weeks preaching by Elder Wills. Rev. T. S. Hubert, lately of Richmond, is winning golden opinions at Ijiwronceburg, is shown by the Anderson News: ''There will be preaching at tho Baptist church morning at 11 o'clock by the Rev. T. S Hu- MrfcUrutis "W. Turner and children spontThanksgiving witii Mayor and Mrs. John jii. uarner. at Winchester the Fatter! Sister, Brother, Baby, Or Sweetheart, aud there are no ethics that we know that preclude 3Tou getting your gifts at :i bargain:' Sensible selecting means picking what will give pleasure and be useful a day,jmeahs spending one's Christmas money so as. to;. be-3'o- . brighten the day for the greatest r . number. Our aid is at your service and the savings here on a few things will pay for others you thought you must omit.. , Come and see us. It's easier thinking in the store. 1 J! fcepU F,Brower&Co , Lexington, ly . main and broadway, Ky. last week. Mrs. J.- J. McUoherts, of Stanford mother of Miss Dollie McRoberts. who is a treqnent and welcome visitor here is the guest ot tier 6tster, Mrs. M. M Minor. Tho Prandonnial Club meets row, Thursday, eveninsr. with the Presi dent, Gov. McCreary, at his resicence, Dinner at p. m. Mrs. Bettie Denny, sister of the late Col. Jno. K. inulkuer. is ill of nneu monia at the residence of her niece Mrs George D. White, at Whites "Sta tion. Mr. and Mrs. W. R Letcher nnd Misses Mary. Dove v. nnd II at tie have returned to Richmond and will reside in the Wilson house on tho Campus next to Airs, vv alters. Mr and Mrs. Charles Arnold, of iieorgotown, are guests ot Mrs. a.. G. Tomer. Since their arrival here their little daughter, Elouise, has been very in witn tonaiittis. Miss Mary Spencer Smith spent a few days lost week with her sister. Mrs. James Benton, at Winchester, en route home from the luneral oi nor uncle, th late Can. A. H. Goodloe. The latter' death Is described on an oatside page ot ummax. Mr. William Jones, ot Madison conn ty, who has just returned from a busi ness trip to Florida, was with his brother. Dr. M. E. Jones, hero,' Satur day and Sunday. He says that fruit- crowera nnd ganlners are very despond ent over the outlook for their crops. Anderson .Mews. Mrs. J. W. Alcorn attended the State meeting of the Dauirhtors of tho Con federacy at .Richmond and tolls us that tho vasitors were royally entertained and give a splendid reception at the Madison Female Institute. Slio speaks in highest terms of her visit and of the noble cmisoln which the Daughters of tho Confederacy nro engaged. Stanford Journal. John J. McRoberts, caehier of the First National Batik, of Stanford, Jmus been appointed a member of tb board to-m- bert, pastor of the Methodist church-Mr- . Hubert came here a few weeks ago. an entire stranger to our people, but he is rapidly growing m favor, and he will, dobllees, have a. good hearing. Both by his eloquent and impressive sermons aud the elegant lecture which he delivered here a short time ago, he is acquiring a reputation as an orator. There will be no other preaching in town all congregations uniting in one Thanksgiving service." The Union Thanksgiving service nt the First Presbyterian church last Thursday was very largely attended. Rev. H. G. Turner, of the Methodist church, preached nu unusually strong sermon wuicn wns the subject oi much complimentary comment aud hearty indorsejnent by many who heard it. The singing wns by a clioir composed of Mrs. W. S. Oldham, Mrs. J V. Logan, Mr. J. V. Logan and Mr. D Flora. The latter and Mrs. Oldham sang solos, Mr. Flora singing in his old- tnnugood voico, when as a "Kentucky Colonel" he charmed audiences with his superb bass "at Chautauquos tnrougncut the south ana west. Mrs. Oldham's voice seemed never so sweet, and those who know her best and lovo her most, aro never more pleased than when she sings, as she always does. with her voice, hor heart, her soul. upou the mineral resources of Madison county. It is worth reading and pre serving, for it is a valuable contribution to the county's statistical literature to which nono is better ablo to contribute than the distinguished citizen of Waco: "while tnere aro no present indica tions of finding any of the precious metals in the county, there is certainly an immeueo deposit of very valuable product if developed. Excellent building stone in numer ous places in large quantities. Near Clay's Ferry owing to tho excellent qua.ity it is locally termed Kentucky Marble. Un Drowning creek there is a large deposit of buildlngstoue that has been extensively used for years throughout the county, and stands the hottest fire without crumb ling. Coal is found near Big Hill but not sufficient shipping facilities to mine profitably. In tho eastern portion of the county, near Waco, there is an inexhaustible deposit of valuable clays. very rich in aluminum, and an deposit of white sand. The white clay or Kaolin is onlo two or three feet under the surface and veins are Irom two to seven feet thick. It has been repeatedly tested by experts and manufacturers, and received medals for excellency from U. S. Government. If developed it will make queensware and works of art, while from the other clays pottery nnd good brick, and innumerable articles ot profit can be made. There is a largo local demand from builders for the sand. It has the the reputation of being sharp nnd clear of dirt. Will make good glass and could be used extensively in the cities by concrete manufacturers, lithographers and hundreds oi other industiies. Salt wns manufactured in this part of tho country at an early date. Every indications shows there is oil and gns in this section. Oil runs out of the ground in hundreds of places, the sur face rock is full of black oil andjlooks Iikc asphalt rock. A local company struck black oil, in sinking wells, from 20 to 35 feet in a number of places. Tno black oil is a natural printers ink of the best quality just as it comes from the ground. Considerable gas escaped from a broken down well for several weeks until drowned out by water. There are a number of excellent mineral springs in tho county. All the sulphnr springs on Muddv Creek, tons . ... I l- l t: oif Btiipnaiu oiiron,ur ioois goin is imbedded in the rocks on the surface. On ly the presence of capital and grit is needed to convert these silent vaults of nnturo into beehives of Industry giving employment to idle capital and still more idle labor. fire-proval-uab- lo " C L. Searcy, by request of missioner of Agriculture of Below is tho paper prepared by Hon. tho Com the State, Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange tho whole system when entering it through the mucous surface. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from roputablo physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can po? s bly de rive from them Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheny&Co, Toledo O.. contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directlv upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the svstem. In buying Hall's Catarrh Curo be sure vou get the genuine. It is taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testi monials f reo Sold by Druggists.prico 75c por bottle-Hall'- s Family Pills are the best. Im Few Equals, Has This Case ol Gratitude. Cockerels for sale $1.00, Trios 90a. 90 :$5.00. This completes my 21st CO.. o.. year of breeding the one va 90.. 90. riety exclusively. 00. MRS. M. F. ARBUCKLE, Silrer Creek, Madison Co , Ky. nov23-3m e ... Z ........... .( i ..0Ct .3 . ee eQ o 90 9 o MIStSMIISttlOOKSSailtOSaiKt 0000000009000e909000099909909eOeOOO9OSOOO e ...!.' ; ABIES'.... just come under our observation illus An instance of rare occurrence has trating the beauties oi benevolence and the graces of true gratitude. About three vears ago. an insmnnce agent and his wife arrived in this qity, put up at a private boarding house. The and remained for several weeks. Mr. Elzie Million. A Million Becomes Judge Elizle His First Diclslen ol Great Importance. BIRTHS. Todd. To the wife of N. G. Todd, of lirassueJd, a daughter. Ravbuhx. To tho wlfo of Henry uayuurn, oi bpeeuwen, a tine son. Tha Climax's Pressnt to Each Subscriber. OlitTpr TT P Ttnlmnnt'o !lt,ofm led journal, The Verdict, is creeping iuiu xavor in a suosianuai anu encouraging way that must please its millionaire backer. While The Verdict is similar in some respects toPuck and Judge, yet it differs In Vital points For examp'o, Judgo and Puck seem to be flonmltring in th political whirlpool while The Verdict comes out squarely for the Democracy, Chicago A nutnnla nnn,. Piflffnrm nml HrvB.m of this great Democratic journal will ue bum eaca rewuer oi me ulimax soon. The price of the "Verdict and Climax for one year will be only $3.75;whe.re8 noticeable. There was no disturbance. certainly tho Democrats did not break Into vociferous applause, ior wbijo the uepuuucans were silently exulting over the realization of their long cherished ambition, thq lew Democrats present got what little comfort they could out of contemplating the classic features of their idol, William Jennings . . ....... UUV1. .. .UD'lUIIUMI, II, J oil from tba wall.over the, new Judge's head, thanks to tho skillful artist, Mrs. C;'W. Cobb. The tlrbt motion made before tho Court a petition of one Yancey Merritt, for tavern license in tho McCreary precinct of Union district. No sooner had the attorney made the motion for his client than Judge Mil-lio- u said amid profound silenco for his position ia such matters 'Was of wtdwereftd interest: "Tho Court holds that Union district, by a majority voted agaliMrU the niln of llcs-nsin- moderate sized crowd gathered in the lower court room on Monday to witness the arst Republican county judge elected pince the civil war, take his seat on the bench of the Madison County Court. A shivering crowd stood around the stove, a few lawyers and spectators were inside the bar, and representatives oi the Climax1 and Pantograph were present. The new Judge walked in, shook hands with several friends, marched up on the rostrum, hung his black hat on a peg nnd took his seat as naturally as if lie had been warming it for the last several years. His was broad-brimmed conple were of highly respectable ap- pcarancn and deported themselves becomingly. But times were hard. and the insurance field had more laborers than it could well support. Hence the strangersbon felt poverty'b pinching hand upon' his purse and he and his voting wife wero confronted with a board bill without the where with to settle it. What was to be done? They were strangers in a strange land, with only thoirgentility to recommend themtothe indulgence of a pitiless landlord, who had grown gray in the service of unworthy pensioners upou his bounty. Providence pointed out the way, which though rugged, lead at lost to succor and success. It seems tho gentleman, before embarking in the insurance business, had been an experienced salesman of drugs and medicines. Ho received a letter just when his spirit had touched the lowest ebb of hone, 'offering him a fine position with the celebrated Cod Liyer Oil manutacture's, bcott & uowne. lie was asked to come to Nashville im mediately and meet an agent of that firm to arrange for his employment at a good salary. He told his wife, and that detected but trusting little woman bade him confide tho secret of their embarrassment to a member of his pro fession, to some druggist, hoping that professional courtesy would impel him to extend a helping hand t; n brother-druggi.Wise in distress.woman that. Her Judgment swayed him and her advice was followed. The stranger told the story of his needs and of the lucrative position almost in his grasp to one of tho most prominent druggists of our city. The latter, like the landlord, was inured to tho hard- luck stories of unfortunates, unworthy nud deserving, but thero was a sincerity in the man's manner that betrayed the honest purpose which his pride forbade him to disclose and the story of his mis fortune touched the heart ot the merchant and lie gave the stranger $15. sufficient to defray the expenses of his trip to Nashville. But disappoint ment was yet stored up in plenty. Delnv had lost all. The position had been given another, and hero he was ouu miles from nis penniless wile, hope vanished, nnd only memory of other and happier days with which to crown his so r raw. ,He telegraphed his wile ot his defeat, add soon tier trunk was attached and she turned out upon the street, homeless and unknown The news of her dtrefs reached the earor. the druggist Tsrjio had befriended her husband, and to her relief. pledging nmseli to pay tho lady's board until her husband's return. borne little time-waitthis, the litis band returned to Richmond and - re joined his wife. He brought nothing but the sad story of l;is disappointment. But he was still true, still man ly nnd untouched by harm, when his own liana might have stilled ntsachiug heart or his sensibilities been dulled and his sorrows drowned by drink. The merchant who had twice bridged over their difficulties, came forward in this' supreme moment ofLtheir trouble, and presented them with a woll filled purse to carry them from the hiited scene of their undoing la their Void home in the snnny south. With overflowing heartffthey accepted tho kind ly oner, ana departed. A year of silence ensued. The incident had beerf forgotten by the merchant, or if remembered was reverted to perhaps as only another instance of plty aad benevolence rewarded by in gratitude. But one day in June a let ter eatse. It was short but it yimstvl quent a check and many tbaakc, and st ho-,anie er Our assortment of Ladies' Jaekets, Furs, (Japes, Children's Wraps of all descriptions. We have not thd time to describe each article, but can safely say that vve have a " useful articles for Our immense store is now filled to overflowing with the newest, most attractive and ! I I . Stock of Wraps to suit every one and our PRICES are the LOWEST on high grade goods and no other, firm in the City can compete with us.- We are offering a select line of Jackets, at following prices: - consisting of Ladies' Desks.Chif-fonier- s, China Cabinets, Book Cases, Rockers, Hall and Library Chairs, Morris Chairs, Jardiniere Stands and Screens. Vf : " $2 00 2 24 3 00 4 49 8 00 if Space prevents us giving a full list of the beautiful things we have this season and invite you to make us an early call and avoid the rush. You can make your purchases now from a full and complete .stock at your leisure, delivered any day during the month 3rou desire. S74 You will find in this lofca complete assortment jSjp. of colors, modled after patterns of recent cut and made of materials that we can re-wmuiCUU IUI UUliVUlC YVCill ill aciuu suuu goods as will pleasearid attract the eye as well as give entire satisfaction in price. You must see these,' before you have made up j'our mind to purchase a wrap. See.ourTailor-mad- e Suits for Ladies ifyou think of buying, as it will pay you. " WATCH Our GENT'S W' LADIES', Tames in AMD? CIILMEM-tms Tiis resisted. IOSIEIY. ifcjwrtiitit cax xst A TRY US. u4 35r GENT'S FURttlScIMGS AMD LADIES' DRESS GOODS CBCfUITV A JUIAM I. If in want of MILLINERY call and see us, we can save you maney. j S, .2yJ Mi 9HT hm m NEVILLE 220-22- 2 Wis g BeHjwtffclJif Submitted to Cask Trade, MOBERLEY, RICHMOND, KY. E. V. EIDER. AGENT FO W. Main Street, MeAU PATTSKKS. rHONK S3 ft" We A &jt vH tffl rfl A sjr vxr vw TT A. A. , For Your Living Every Day, But You may pay the biggest price; but that reallv "cuts no ice" For it's WHAT YOU GET-FOYOUR 'MONEY! You may be a millionaire; you may own a palace fair, In a land that ever "flows with milk and linnAv?" rs ir vvutiaifcGvik si A -- yr a 4 . 4 vi HHfflMarrrn to To "Tu THB . . 4. . . a. . . aa i IVI AT TUT PRICE YOU PAY It's What You Get For Your Money! You may be a Son of Toil, amid the world's turmoil, Have to hustle every day and that's not funny! Still, as through this life you go, all joys here below Depend on WHAT YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY as :MFNTmilSllN .iiis.ii i v bii i iinuii vi iimi i AT THE. in ! 11 Never before lias the public been treated to such a feast in the way of HIGH GRADE BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS, at such extreme LOW PRICES as we are offering this lall. We guarantee to save you money on each purchase. Call and see us, and be convinced that we carry the most complete line of Boots and Shoes found in Richmond and at prices that will please you. Busy Bee Cash Store, RICE & ARNOLD. The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. DEC. ti, 1890. (SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE & RICE.) The appended items are intended only to show how reasonable are our prices and how great are the inducements offered to early fall purchasers; also as a drawing card for the purpose of giving you some idea of the magnitude of our fall stock. The beauty of our Dress Fabrics, which show the inspirations of the Loom Artists of France, England, Germany, Switzerland and America. Frosh fingers, cakes, "pies, rolls, bread, oyster patties, etc., at Ziramer Hotel Bakery. ljanOO Good Cattle Sales-Col. SUITS Oealb Claims a Prominent Citizen Dr. Ilobsoti, Dentist. - New --Tejs council met last night. Toy folding beds, at Collins'. at Collins,' Second street, -- xjiicensware at cost, at Collins.' Robert Duerson weighed up 100 big cattlo to S. Wiehl last week, at $5.oJJ per hundred. This was one of the best bunch of cattle shipped from Madison this year. J. - C. Adams bought 20 yearling steers from Jake Collins, at $3.75 per nuuarcu. New Wall Paper House in Richmond. Collins." Everything in toy line, at Collins The drug firm of Perry & Thomas has installed a perfectly beautiful linn Toy pistols mill Ore works, at Col- - ot wall papers and have Mr. W. L, Leeds, a skilled artist, to hang and tastes Christmas candies, nuts, fruils, at decorate rooms to suit all goods. aud puocs. lo trouble to show aUR23-t- f Brown Democrats who heard with de-light the Honorable llnlibut Corbett, of Corbcttsville, speak here during the Ciroct-ry- . campaign, will be as much pained as some other Democrats are. to learn that Toy bureaus diessors, safes, he has publicly nnnounred his inten at Collins.' tion ot speaking for and supporting Court day crowd small, Cattlo sold me straight Democracy Hereafter. Military rule aud Republican hosgisbness at three and four cunts. generally turn a man's stomach if noth Ralph Bingham, at Court House, ing else can. Tuwdny night, Nov. 19. "Inlimldators." -- Pure Gas Riven. Toetb extracted As Sam Embry, Jr., and Jesso Alver- decC-t- f l)it. IIou-son-. Mithiiut pain by son were going to the deKt together ('apt. N. 1). Hurrus ami wife, of to take tho tram for Jit. Vernon to give H.ddaiii, are now residents of this bond to appear before the U. S. court .at Louisville to answer an indictment for v. election intimidating, a man icmarked The Three Musketeers at opera Here go the mtimidators." Those 'miiM- - Saturday night. See notice olse- - who do not know tho two can appre rtliel'e. ciate the remark when they are told that both together are not as bin as a - Iast week was ono of almost three cent loaf of bread after a hearty and balmy meal has been taken from it Stanford bed-btiail- - Monday was a regular pneumonia bree.ier. Two rooms full of toys, at Collins1 Returned to His First Love. Covington & Mitchell. Capl. Goodloe's Will. Tho will ol the late Cnpt. Archibald H. Goodloe, who died last week in Lexington, was probated in the Fayette county court on Wednesday. He leaves his entire estate to his wife. Fannie Edgar Goodloe, making her ex ecutrix of the instrument. It bears the date of July 3, 1895, and was written in this city, tho witnesses beiup R. H. King and J. M. Graves. Ou an outside page of Climax appears a lenghty notice of Capt, Good ioe s aeaiu and a Dnet sketcli ot tils life. It names a number of citizens of this county, relatives of the deceased. to-da- Journal. - The children of Madison conntv ought to see the wonderful toy just re ceived at loin Collins Alainmotli gro cery on Second street. It is a wonderful bucking; donkey driven by a funny clown dressed in yellow. The donkey In the Garrard Circuit Court, Gillis jumps aud runs forward and suddenly Piather not 21 years for killing Robt. balks rnl begins to kick up and back Burton at Paint l.ick, last July. the chariot, tho clown whipping and Auctioneer Prenett reports the jumping all the time. This is only one 01 tweiit)-uiii- e hra-- court day at ot Hundreds ot tnvs at Santa Ulaus h headquarters in Tom Collins' prices ranging from $7 to $10 GO. ifvvat Collins.' Thanksgiving day was a glorious di max to a week already radiant with sunshine and balmy air. s lfft?!, doll buggies, rocking horsos, "cooking ttoves, banks, drums, The Bucking Mule Caught the Children. View closed last Saturday nieht with dialogues and recitations by the pupils of her school. Owen Walker's string band, of Richmond, dispensed music for the occasion. The church was granted Miss Clark and one of the largest crowd that ever assembled within its walls wns on hand. Miss Clark de serves great credit for the way she managed the lengthy program she had previously mapped out Jtier success as a teacher has been gratifying to her many friends, she having successfully taught one of tho best schools at this place. Argent. C. U. Gels Compliments For a Teacher. Miss Addle Clark's Bchool at Vallev lnain-niot- grocery. it in the Neck. Teeth Bounht A Planing Mill. Kxtraeted,,25 cents. Jilt. llonso.N, Richmond, Ky. Dr. Elmer Northcutt and C. C, Burgin have bought a planing located at Thanksgiving pastries in abund- Nicliolasville, says the mill esteemed Val- ance mi sale at Ziuiinor'e Hotel Bakery. ey View Argent. The gentlemen in quostiou are hustlers from away back ljanOO and will undoubtedly succeed in their D. P. Armer has received new venture. JUr. 'Squire (J. Kuigin, 01 a car loud of Christmas goods. Call Nicholesville, will Cprobably bo in bti'ji-- ruoh and select your presents. charge of tho business at that place. I he property pnrchased Messrs. White & Rush guarantees Nooo. They was probably of James the thf "l'lireo Musketeers" to be one of future put in willcircular sawin mill near a and the finest plays that ever visited run it in connection with their planing mill. TI10 snow of fc'unday night and OH lor Frankfort. MoiiiIhv, while not p'erliaps deep enough, augurs well for the protection Mr. R. Lee Davis went to Frankfort of the wheal. yesterday morning, having been sum moned as If you have any cnk,nnh, poplar or Stntes court a witness in the United against Messrs. House and walnut logs or trees, and wish to sell takes, who will be tried this term for IJw.ui Air cash, write or call on alleged fraudulent use of the mails. Tho case was jiostponed from the May HoY & Sol'KK Co., term Mr. Davis will also keep ins eye iov2!)0in NiclioluMvillo, Ky. on the Election Commissioners and telegraph the Cuuax if Bradley calls It is dark now ii in tho Taylor by that country people hnvo 10 leave out liis tin soldiers to seatwager gin a town by two o'clock or be caught 011 force, in which event we'll the road hv the Inmieiiiiig ilnrkness. ger cake that II. Lee will take his de in town tho olectric lights and gus dis- parture by first balloon. pel llie gloom early. Coaches Loaded With Armed Men. aftcr-li-Mi- Central University's football eleven was given a sound heath)" bv Center College's team at Danville last Thurs- day the score being Centre, 34, 35 or 3G to somettiing like lu lor C u. Our boys take their defeat without kicking, but do say that if Centre's coach had not played, as he ought really not to have been allowed to do on any technicality, tho result would have been different, as rauvro. tlie Centre trainer, made four of the five touch downs, and was sim ply invincible. Ho has played on Yale, we believe, and was matriculated as a studont to come within the rules. However, Centre is champion for '99 in football, and we are not. Let it go at ttiat. -- Circuit Court. Four hundred choice, pure bred Plymouth Rock eockeiels and pullets for khI at 50 or?5 perdozen. Tliey ill you SI each after Dec 1. 15 for 50 cuts Mas. II. II Coi.veu. sept20-t- f Richmond, Ky. c-- Eg, A lady suitclie-- t into our office the oilier day, slammed down a dollar and said: "You may scratch me off!" She turned on her heel and .was gone before wo could ask the whys' or whore fires, or whether she w.tnled the job done with a curry comb or a Lancaster Uecord Mr. A. A. McKinuey ha been given a deputy collectornhip by Collector John W. Yorker, the same now held by W. II. Miller, of Richmond, sniil to he a Democrat, and he lias tendered his resignation as asbist-sicashier of the First National hank, of this place, to take effect January 1. Stanford Journal. Ken-lrick- n' iieen in this city. This oilers a good opportunity for those needing glasses to iiavc their eyes by an export, indorsed bv a house whose name is a 'synonym for integrity and bast quality. No charge is made for a careful examination and the reputation of the house is such that all who purchase glasses will be sure of getting goods of the best quality and accurately fitted by an tet-te- I. Putnam, rnpresontlng Win. s Sons, the Wfll.kuown jewelers of Louisville, is at Hotel Glyndon this week with the most complete equipment of eye testing instruments ever What Monday. Was. Monday was a cold, cloudy, windy, muddy, damp, disagreeable, winter day. Ralph Binghaa. This renowned impersonator will appear at the Court House, Tuesday night' December 19. lie is too good to miss. Moved lo Kirksville. Dr. Ira Rrown Oldham, one of the best known among our coan.ty physicians, has moved to Kirksville and with bis family is occupying tho property. "Wil-mo- re Sulcldo at Paint Uck. - Win. Tudor, a prominent Mason, hung himself at Paint Lick Saturday night, siys a Lancaster dispatch to Monday's Times, adding that the community Is greatly shocked Tax Supervisors. Judge Turpin appointed the following, the board of tax supervisors for 1900: N. B. Dtatherage. E. H. By bee, Richard Igo, James Noland, Charles Jenkins and George White. Thoy meet and orgatifeo January 1. For Sale. Circuit Court began Monday. Judsre Scott delivering as ono man truly said "mighty powerful" instructions to the urand Jury, especially upon election frauds and violations of the same law. Yesterday ,for concealed weapons, Andy liritton was fined $25 and ten days in jiil. Virgil Weaver for shooting J. AV. Grieg's horse $10 and cost The case of Commonwealth vs. Haues & Adair comes up today when a motion for change of venue will probably be made. iourt is up wim docket wmcti contains 273 old equity, 27 equity appear ances, and 48 ordinary cases. Three Four extra coaches loaded with cases 6et for day of one armed men, attached lo Monday's term, and when they arefor 7th disposed early morning train enroute to Frank-fu- criminal cases on docket will have of all been passed through this city. The settled, unless indictments arejreturced d men were from the mountains, uy uranu Jury. to see that the Hogjaw of Kentucky politics gets Goebel's seat as Horse Sense. Covernor. Frankfort is full of these Tho man who gives his voune horses armed Republicans, but the man who can defeat John Young Rrown, tho L a little extra attention at this time is & N. R. R., the National administracertain to save by it. The fall has tion and the Republican party of Ken made a great record for glorious weath tucky can not bo blulfed by bull dozers er, witn tbo exception of that early 'snap" that it gave us the last week of drawing f 1.G0 per day for their September, and all colts should have been pusued along into nlco condition Cut An Attorney's Throat. for the winter when a Koodly portion of George Hill, a young man from Bear- - their feed need not be taken for warmwallow, engaged in a trifling dispute ing purposes. Winter we will have in with Attorney Sam M. Tudor on Mon abundance and it may break at any day at G p. in., anil it resulted in the tiirlo, and when it comes farmers will knock-dow- n of Hill who cut Tudor be obliged to feed against the cold as badly. The knife wounds extended well as against the growth of the colt from the hack of the ueck to the chin, Uy getting stock well started toward the large tendons of the left side of the good winter condition in the pleasant A fall months a caving of feed is clearly neck being severed by two gashes. third thrust split Tudor's nose wide effected. Breeders' Gazette. open for two inches. He bled a gallon before obtaining surgical aid, but was A Flour Mill Gives a Reception. sewed up' without flinching His as Tho CMmax received a handsome sailant skipped out of town before of invitation to tho "Itecoption given by ficers could get hun. tho Winchester Roller Mills," Smith P. John Griffith. Jierr, I'ropnetor, which occurreu'Ko-veniber2- 8 The invitation sets forth Among; the many pleasant theatrical us annually none is thcte facts: friends that visit completed tho remodel Having more welcome than John Griffith. He ing; of our iust milling plant to is not only a great actor and student, most modern and completely one of the equipped he Is also one that keeps abreast of the Flour Mills in the South, wo take pleastimes; that is in presenting the public ure in inviting all our friends and the what they want lit tho romantic and public in to come and inspect intellectual drama. His lirst success our mill. generalfeel confident vcu will Wo in this city was the presentation of appreciate and enjoy seeing the mill in "Faustj" followed by the "Enemy to lull operation, also tue new process of the King" and last season "The making flour which you will seldom Avenger." In all those plays every at tention was paid to the stage appoint unvo an opportunity of seeing.. lours iseepectiuily, ments and scenic equipments, each Smith P. Kkkk, Proprietor. representation more lavish than the P. S. Lunch served from 7 to 11 former, in this respect we did not think o'clock. Ladies are especially invited. they could be excelled, but they are to bo in every particular in his last sucDeclamatory Contest Here. cess Dumas' "Threo Musketeers,'" which will bo presented Saturday. The As December 9th, at White & Bush's sociation, composed of DeclamatorUniKentucky opera house, Richmond. ' versity, Kentucky State Colleee, Kentucky Wesloyan and Central University, will hold its regular annual contest this year, on Friday night. December 8th, in the chapel of Central University at Richmond. The epeakees have been reported as follows: Kentucky University, Paul D. Por ter, Tupelo, Miss.; State College. H. Hundley, Iiomn, Ky.; Kentucky Wes- le.van, w. u. iayior. I'ine Urove. Kv.: Central University, A. H. Rowel I, Pine liiuti. Ark. Every effort is being put forth by the Association to make this meeting a success. The colleges have each chosen their strongest man, thrs assuring an interesting contest. Music has been provided, and tho Judges selected as to-dan, pre-paieInter-Collecia- The death of Mr. E. E. Mitchell came as a great shock to everybody. It is so recent that he was seen at his accustomed place, and the news of his serious illness had not been circulated largely, that his death, which occurred on Saturday night, has been almost the only topic of conversation since. ihe funeral services were conducted at the Christian church yesterday at 2 p. m , by Rev. Bartley Campbell nagcrman, a iormer pastor, ana mend of the deceased, but now President of Hamilton female College. Leximrton The funeral of ono bo widely and favor ably known could not but bo largely auenucu, lor everybody knew and greatety respected-thichristian gentle man, true iriend, and upright citizen Deceased had not enjoyed good 11 en in ior some time, out pneumonia. the immediate cause of his death, it is understood resulted from a hunting expedition in me ram some time ago, when he was chilled through. & Mr. Mitchell was born in Pennsylva nia but camo to Richmond from Paris about 18 years ago. Ho was a merA Chapter at Stanford. chant tailor by profession, and as biicIi A chanter of United Daughters of Mir was a model for all journeymen, being addicted to no bad habits, whileattaln-In- g lometeracy Has been organized at a perfect knowledge of his busi Stanford. The charter members of the ness, bo true is this thnt from the chapter are Mesdaraes J. W. Alcorn, time he came to this city to the day of Kato Miller, M. C. Saufley, Mary his death he held his patrons; and Burch. Steele Bailey and G. L. Penny orders for nearly a thousand dollars and Misses Mary and Kate Alcorn. The worth of suits were awaiting his re iniation lee will like v be fixed at SI covery to be fitted by him, his abilities and the dues at 20 cents a year. It is as a cutter and titter placing him m the hoped that every one entitled to membership will join and perpetuate the first rank in the State. Mr Mitchell' was an unmarried man. gallant deeds of the living and dead. aged about 39. About ten years ago who fought for the Lost Cause, eays the he formed a partnership with Mr. R. Interior Journal. See notice of "Lost Cause," magazine C. U. Covington, succeeding Mr.,J. C. Lytcr in the clothinir. tailorlmr nnd of tho Kentucky Daughters, on outside gents' furnishing business. The firm page. took front rank at once and has always Gov. Rradlev pardoned Frank been among our most substantial business houses. Individually popular, in Scenrce, sent up from Lexington for ten dustrious, nnd fair in their dealings. years for forgery. Messrs. Covington A .Mitchell maintained an enviable position in business circles. The newspapers of Richmond have cause for grntitude to this firm Do not gripe nor Irritate the alimentary canal. They act gently yet who were probably the niost liberal promptly, cleanse effectually and advertisers in the county. Althouch their success was practically assured the day they launched their craft unon tho mercantile waters, they began at Sold by all druggists. 25 cents. once to invest in printers' ink, and the years paid to the two papers first two Several ships were wrecked during a then in Richmond, the Climax and heavy storm along tho New Zealand Kegister, over J600. To this day the coast. Ffirm has never indulged the fancy tl at age and success have placed them "Seeing Is believing." You can see beyond the aid or need of advertising, what Hood's Snrsaparilla has done for and readers of all the Richmond others, nnd must believe it will do the papers are familiar with tht attractive same for yon. advertisements of this progressive Arm. Au official report of the Panama The firm of "Kit & Mitch." in life cemented by ties of friendship and canal shows that 3,000 men are now mutual interest, has been dissolved employed on the works. only by death. To tho memory of the As a cure for rheumatism Chamber deceased wo would pay a tribute of our lain's Pain Balm is gaining a nide lasting gratitude. 'lUe choir of the Christian Church reputation. D. B. Johnson, of Rich and the Masonic fraternity will eadly mond, lnd , lias been troubled with miss this faithful member. In the that ailment since 1SC2. In speaking of former he served always with punc- it lie says: "I never found anything tuality and efficiency, his tenor voice that would relievo me until I used rarely being missed from church, fun- Chamberlain's Pain Ralm. It acts like My foot was swollen erals or musical entertainments. The magic with me. Masons lose one of their iewels. one and paining me very much, but one of the brightest in the State, who had good application of Pain Balm relieyed been honored with everv office, a model me. or sale by I'erry & Thomas, lm in each. His burial by that order was Robert Fish, former State Mine In an impressive scene. XJeceased leaves three sisters and spector, of Indiana, was found dead on two Pennsylvania. a railroad track at urazil, lnd. brothers in another brother in Seattle. Mr. There are few ailments so uncomfor C. Mitchell, an older brother, and a table be sister, Mrs. M. A. McLean, of Pitts cured as piles, but they can easilyPile by using Tabler's Buckeye burg, reached here shortly before their Ointment. Relief follows its use, nnd brother died. The outpouring of neonle at tho fun any one suffering from piles can not af eral yesterday evidenced the high ford to neglect to give it a trial. Trice place the deceased held in the respect 50 cents in bottles, tubes 75ct.s. Perry decC-lof our citizens. Although ho had no &, Thomas. kindred hpre it wns proper his remains At Grnntsburg, lnd.. Dr. . P. Goss should rest among those who knew bim d bv Miss Laura Rit-te- r, best, ior 110 was as much a true and was who accused hun of circulating loyal citizen of tlie county as those to the manner born. Hence, his grave scanderous stories about her. will be a sacred snot in our beautiful Women Who Wear Well: city of the dead, where friends will for is astonishing how great a chance years assemble to speak of tho modest It a few years of married life will make worth of ono of Nature's noblemen. in tlie appearance ana disposition of many women. Tlie iresuness. the SILVER GREEK charm, the brilliance vanish like tho Mrs. Robert Couchmnn has been bloom from a peach which is rudely handled. The matron is only a dim quite III for the past ten days. Miss Ella Powers and brother. Law shadow, a faint echo of the charming maiden. There are two reasons for rence, spent Sunday in. Richmond. this change, ignorance and neglect. Mr. J. G. Dunn spent a few davs Few voung women appreciate the last week, with friends in Fayette. shock to the system through the change ... . ' t. r i Robert Couchmati was called to which comes wiiu marriage. Aiany Fayette Thursday, by the serious ill neglect to deal with tho unpleasant ness of his brother. drains which are often consequent on Rev. H. Z. Zernow. of Kirksvlllo. marriage nnd motherhood, not under will preach at Silver Creek school- - standing that this secret drah is rob bing tlie cheek of its freshness and the house Sunday evening. form of W. B. Jones. Jr. returned home last general its fairness. As surely asis the health suffers when there deweek after a pleasant visit to relatives rangement of the health of the delicate In Florida and Georgia. womauly organs, so surely when these John W. Ballard has been confined organs aro established in health the to his room for tho past two weeks with face aud form at once witness to the a severe case of rheumatism". fact in renewed comeliness. Half a million women and more have found health, and happiness in the use of Dr. HALF FARE Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It make weak women strong and sick women well. To Richmond and return. Buy Railroad Ticket to RichSeventeen buyers were selected for mond and take the Railroad the Inspection Committee of the To Agents Receipt give that re bacco Exchange. 1 SUITS Never before have the good people of Madison and adjoining counties had such an enormous stock of goods to select their fall purchases from as we are now showing Shelves, counters, Ledges and even the very floors, upstairs and downstairs, are creaniif"-angraining under the weight of the enormous stacks of goods that are piled upon them. Not a single item in this great store, in this enormous stock of goods, nor in this great syndicate of three the largest stores in Central Kentucky will be shown to a customers this fall, that is not in itself a GENUINE BARGAIN. DRESS GOODS. fastidious about our Dress Materials; they must be of the most exclusive kinds in the costly weaves while the lower priced labrics reflect true elegance, which is the harmony of srood taste. , We are offering a line ol beautiful all- wool mixtures, double width and pretty and stylish for 19o per yd., worth 39. We are showing the handsomest line of Crepons in the market this season Prices from 29c per yd. up: the fine im ported weaves that go out freely at $2.48 per yd. Wo aro showing a complete lino of Venetians, Broadcloths and all weaves suitings. Our adapted to tailor-mad- e prices quoted on these lines will be much lower than you can expect them to be. Cur extraordinary line of plaids will enable you to make a quick selection and get tlie latest bargains out. Wo are very d Western Cities have been culled by our buyers and not a stone has beon left uuturned to make this the Banner De partment of our store. AU the new Jackets, Golf Capes, Children's Jackets, &c, that are in favor this season we are showing and our prices suit every body. You can buy a handsome Silk Lined Jacket or Capo from us at the same price a cheap ono would cost you elsewhere. Don't fail to visit our Cloak Department, look through it, see many new things whether you want to buv or not Polite salesmen aud salesladies will wait on you. All Domestic Goods, are being wrapped up with the margin of nrollt entirely lost sight of. You can save money on each and every item pur chased In this Department- - Good Calicoes that make nice comforts and dresses are only 3Jc per yd. All best iirancis indigocs and feimpson prints at lower prices than anybody else sells them. Good Canton Flannel 5c. Good Quality Outing Cloth in lieht and dark shades 5c. An elegant assortment of best grade Flannelettes for wrappers and home dresses 8Jc per yd. uood Percales 5c: better l'ercales 71c per yd. Red .blannel, heavy twilled, 15c per OUR CLOTHING Covington Mitchell. Department is tho talk of tho entiro county. We are selling good suits for men at S2.48; Men's good heavy Cassi-mer- e Pants 75c a pair. Our lino of Children's Knee Pant Suits is very "We aro showing all the complete. new things in favor this season Our Men's. Boy's and Youths Overcoats are piled mountain high ou our counters and every garment is a bargain. You can't ask "for anything in the clothing line that we don't handle from tho cheapest to the finest. Get our prices beforo buying elsewhere. We are showing an Elegant Lino of Carpets. Linoleums, Oilcloths, Rugs, &c, in onr Carpet Department. Those goods are new fall importations, no old carried over goods. Our prices in this department knock out all competition. While in tho Carpet Department ask to see our Oilshades and Lace Curtains, we have a choice selection for this fall season. BOOTS AND SHOES. The enormous stock of Boots and Shoes that crowd our shelves and ledges has forced us to use our knife in this department and we have cut to the heart in every line. We never had a more complete stock of Children School Shoes. Ladips' Fine Shoes. Ladies' Work Shoes, Men's Fine Shoes, Men's and Boy's Boots anil everything to be s shoe store, and found in a prices we aro naming ou them are moving them out in Bags, Carts and Wagons. Don't wait to get your shoes, come now. We are agents for the "Regina" Shoo, it is inade on all the new style lasts and it is tho best $3 00 shoe for ladies in the market. Ask to see a pair of our Regina Shoes. first-clas- Give OomfQri Wo havo the best selected line of Ladies' Children's and Men's Underwear that will bo shown you this sea son. Uur Union Suits at 2.ic each are worth 50c. Children's Vests heavy winter weight from 10c up. We are sclline splendid Mottled Ladies' Ribbed Vests and Pants 15c. Flannels in gray, red and blue at 81c Men's Extra Heavy Ribbed Vests and per yd. Pants 25c each. Uood Jeans 10c per yd. Good Bed Ticking 5c per yd: Best We aro agents for The American Bed Ticking 10 and 12c per yd. lscst Lancaster and Amoskeag Anron lady Corset. The best feeling and most stylish corsot used. Every Cor Gingham 5c por yd. set warranted. JMco uress (jinuiiam 5c per yd: Hot ter grades 7J and 8Jc per yd. are uur isieach and urown Get our prices on Trunks, Valises, CLOAKS AN WRAPS . being wrapped up at very low prices Hats and Caps, Umbrellas, Ladies' room in our great in order to make room. Bring your Undersklrls, Ladies Dress Skirts, &c. We have ono entire store devoted to our Cloak and Wrap wagons and load them up, they wont be we will savo you money and show you All the Eastern and as low again this season. Department. the best line in the city. y. "We extend to one and all a cordial invitation to visit this Great Bargain Mart. The best the market both east and west affords to be had here at prices within the reach of everyone. Bring your wagons as you will buy so many goods when j'ou leave the low prices we are naming that your buggy wont hold them. - W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN - t m horse-whippe- In sluggish liver, Herbine, by its beneficial action upon the biliary tracts, renders the bilo more fluid, nnd brings a Failure. the liver into a sound, hearthy condiThe first indication of croup is hoarse tion, thereby banishing the sense of drowsiness, lethargy, aud the general ness, aud in a child sntjectto that feeling of apathy which arise from disdisease it may be t alien as a sure sign of tho approach of an attack. Follow orders of tho liver. Price 50c. Perry decC-ling tins hoarseness is a peculiar rougn & Thomas. cough. If Chamberlain's Cough Remeis said to have resumed Gen. Motliuen dy is given as soon as the child becomes his march toward Kimberley. At last hoarse, or even alter tne croup cougn accounts the Boers were shelling Lady-smitappears, it will prevent the attack. It is used in many thousands oi nomes in this broad land and never disappoints "He Mistakes tho Effect for the Cause." Wo have yet to the anxious mothers. That is what the person does who learn ol a single instance in which it tries to cure rheumatism or any other has not proved effectual. Ko oilier disease by relieving the symptoms. preparation can show such a record Hood's Sarsaparilla attacks the cause of twenty-fiv- e years' constant use with- these diseases. It neutralizes the acid out a failure. For sale by Perry & in the blood and thus permanently lm cures rheumatism. Thomas. It tones and strengthens tho stomach, restores its DV. A. C. Miller, charged with carry natural digistiog fluids and permanently ing a concealed weapon on election cures dyspepsia. day, waa pardoned before trial by Hood's Pills enres constipation. Gov. Bradley. Price 25 cents. The Modtra Mother Two workmen were burned to death Has found that her little ones are im- at Middlesboro. They were Monroe proved more by the pleasant Syrup of Smiler and Washburn Bunks. Figs, when in need of the laxntive effect of a gentle remedy, than by any In biliousness, Herbine, by expelling other. Children enjoy it nnd it bene from the body the excesses, purities the fits them. The true remedy, Svrup of blood, and tones up nnd strengtlients Figs, is manufactured by tlie California the entire system. Price GOcts. Perry decC-l& Thomas. Fig Syrup Co., only A SUKB CURE FOB CliOLT. e Tivenlj-Dy- Years Constant Use Without Tetter, Salt-Rheu- m and Eczema, A Gift to Give. m The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It i3 equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for soro nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per bos. h. just what a horse needs when in bad Dr. Caily's Condition Powders, are condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the best ia use to pnt a horso in prime condition. Price 25 ?ents per package. Austin A. Wheeler filed a petition in bankruptcy. He owesS21,233. often difficult to decide what to get your friends for holiday gifts. Here is a suggestion: "Good morning, Jennie, I hnvo brought you a nice present," said Gertrude, as she handed her friend a neatly wrapped package. Tho pale, weary looking girl, who was slowly recovering from sovero illness, opened the bundle and held up a large bottle of clear, ricli medicine. "Hood's Sarsaparilla!" she exclaimed. "I have been readiug about it y and wished I had a bottle." On New Year's Day Jennie was able to bo out on tho streets, and. to her friends who remarked how well sho was looking she simply said: "Hood'rt Sarsaparilla," and every one of them knew it was this great medicine that had given back her health. to-da- It is m Have you a cold? A doso of Cous-sen- 's Tlio United States Supremo Court deHoney of Tar at bed time will remove it. Price 25 and 50 cents. Perry cided against tho trust in tho Addy-Hton- e Pipe combination case. & Thomas. decO lm "My 6on has been troubled for years There was a fatal collision on the Denver and Rio Grande railroad in Col- with chrojiic diarrhoea. Sometime ago I persuaded him to take some of Chamorado, Monday. berlain's Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea For broken limbs, chilblains, burns, Remedy. After using two bottles of I give scalds, bruised shins, soro throat, and the 25 cent size he wns cured. sores of every kind, apply Ballard's this testimonial, hoping some one simSnow Liniment. It will givo immed- ilarly afflicted may read it nnd bo iate relief and heal any wound. Price benefited " Thomas C. Bower, Ulenco, 25 and 50c Perry & Thomns. decGlm O. For sale by Perry & Thomas, lm TO l- - BE HAPPY -i ceipt with this card to DR. HOJ3SON and have $5 worth of Dentistry done and you get J? ree .Hotel Accommodations and Free Railroad Ticket Home. EST Write to make -- The disposition of children larcelv depends upon health If they are trou bled witn worms, tney will be irritable, cross, feverish, and perhaps ser .in fl t to ue nee r cuius anu uuinp icul. jlluill is mi jliiuuiiiv 1 preventative is wear a-p- air qt the Q q iously 61CK. Whites Ureatn Vermifuge is a worm oxpeller and tonic to make them healthy and cheerful. Price 25 cents. Perry & Thomas, lm 'aw m enga-men- ts and for special prices. Reference: Any Bank in Richmond, the Postmaster or County Judge. 25 per cent reduction from regular prices dec6-t- f for cash. City Buysr Weaver refused to award a contract to the lowest bidder for a pieca of city printing because under an ordinance only union offices can do city work. BueM or Mocker Sad 31m1 0ur OyEECOATS OVERCOATS Eating Sores, Tumors, Ulcers. Can cer of the Nose, Eyo, Lip, Far, Neck, Breast, atomnch. Legs, or Arms, are all curable by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm;, which Is made especially to cure all terrible Blocd Diseases. Persistent Sores. Blood and Skin Blemishes. Sciofula. that resist other treKt- (Botanic Blood Balm.) Skin Eruptions, Pimples, Red. Itching Eczema, Scales, Blisters, Red or Brown Patches, Blotches, Catarrh, Rheumatism, etc, are all due to bad blood, and henco .easily, cured by B. B. B. Syjlhllltlc firoad Poison literally driven Iro'iii Uib svstein bv R. B. B. (Botanic Bipod Balm), in one to five months. B. B. B. does not contain vegolable or mineral poison. Ono bot tie will test it in any case. Forsaleby druesrists everywhere. Lane bottles $1, six for $5. Send for a free sample bottle, which will bo sent by return mail. When you write, describe symptoms, and personal free medical advice willbogivon. Add Blood Balm Co , 438 Mitrhell street, Atlanta, Ga. jttly20-ly-r rr9. I oot 1 I SoiOOOOOO Havo Them i i k DM tt 1 j We are the authorized agents for these TWO BOOTEES backed by the Manufactory, any other igents are fraudulent and backed by nothing. faigiitccil and one quarter acres of pood land, two miles east of luehmond, an the Irvine pike. For particulars call on or address. Ittv. A. J. TbibdLe, ljanOO Richmond, Ky. Covington $ Mitchell. Roy. II. B. Clark, MI. Sterling, Ky.; Prof. O. M. Best, Millersburg, Ky.; Hon. John S. Smith. Paris. Ky. It is hoped that tho friends of theeo Institutions- - will remember this con teat, and Kive the young men a Itrca audience. follow: DOUGLAS,BqjgJjJCO Covington & lit&lL CALL AT-H- - WASHINGTON LETTER. SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. Coolest and most, refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by up-t- o .late and accommodating clerks. (knnin; Sara(o;a Water Kept There was much genuine regret in Washington on Tuesday when intelligence or the death of Hobart at his homo in Pulurson, N. J. was received. Although nn nncom promising Uepublican at nit times, the liad no cause to Democratic complain of his parliamentary rulings, and his urbanity and courtesy were Vice-Preside- nt unfailing. PresidentMcKinley.thronsh Secretary of State, Hay, upon whom the succession to the now devolves by law. issued a prochi- mation directing that on the day of the funeral the executive oflicers of the United States, the navy stations and the army posts be closed, and that onr diplomatic representatives abroad pay the appropriate tribute at the respective legations for periodof thirty days. Sena tor Frye, of Maine, will succeed to Hobart's plnco as preaid ing officer of the Senate by virtureof his position as President protenipore of that body. The funeral at Pntersou on Saturday was attended by the Presi dent and his Cabinet, by practically the entire Senate, a large nuinuer of the House and the Justice of the Supreme Court of ihe.Uiiitod States. How quickly even so popular a man as Admiral Dewey was a mouth ago can destroy" liis MKipuiurity, and if not lose the at least forfeit a large part of bii regard which his fellow countrymen had voluntarily given him, has been demonstrated by the a' most unqualified disapproval that has been expressed biuce Monday, when it be came known that ho had transferred his home to Mrs. Dowev. This mag uiflcieut testimonial of a Nation's grat itude, which cost with its furnishings the suug sum of $50,000, the Admiral tiansfcrred first to his private secretary and he in turn to Mrs. Dewey for the consideration of $10. To show how greatly the popularity of tho Admiral has wanted it need only be said that in ono of the Washington theatres Mon day night, when tho portrait of the Ad miral was reached iu. the series which comprises a part of tho programme the reception accorded the appearance of the Admiral's faco was decidedly cool and it is said that hisses were heard. This, in connection with the unbounded applauso that had hereto fore greeted the appearance of the por trait, is an excellent evidence of the feeling in Washington relativo to what 6omn are pleased to call the Admiral's ungrateful act. On "Wednesday came the announcement that the Admiral had made the transfer to Airs. Dewey in order that all the necessary legal requirements might bo met piior to a transfer to the Admiral's sou, George, since it was hold that in order to make tile transfer valid the procedure adopted by the Admiral was necessary. It was also stated that this had been tho intention of Admiral and Mrs. Dewey, a it had been the desire of both that Mrs. Dewey should have a part in the bestowal upon tho Admiral's son of the liorae which the American people had presented the gallant sailor. It would seem from tho latest appear nines that the Administration and its supporters in Senate nnd House are about to the abandon their hypocritical policy and pretensions relating to the war in the I'hilipines and admit what the Democrats of the country have been contending all along, that the etruggle against the- Filipinos is a war of con quest. In a recent speecli Senator Frye, of Maine, chairman of the committee on commerce, a prominent member of the Committee on Foicign Relations, and who will by virturo of his office as President protenipore of the Senate, Micceed to Hobart's place as presiding offlcer, made some hnpottaut admissions. During his re marks lie said: 'I regard the Philip pine archipelago as worth a dozen Cuhas. In every way itissuperior.aud we want to reap the benefits of thnt superiority. Look at Manilla, only two days from Hongkong, with our flag planted there in the heart of the Orient. Shall we haul it down and get out? We will not allow the doors to bo shut to our coiuuierco in the East, and we are not afraid to say so." If tiiis means anything at all, it means that Senator Frye lias dropped his mask and is now boldly glorying in a war of conquest and extermination. Fiom the announcement of Senator Cullon, of Illinois, a day or two ago it would seem as though Republican ex- iravagance knows no limit. The Illi nois Senator lias declared his intention o( introducing early iu the next session a bill providing for nn extensive remod eling of the White House and some say thnt the historic mansion will be abandoned entirely as a place of residence for the Presidential family, since the building is already unfit for habitation because of unsanitary conditions and the constant encroachments of official business into that portion of the man sion which would be kept for the Pres ident and his family. The plan, it is said, is to tecure nn appropriation of $1,000,000, with which to build rt now building for the President's home, and thus to leave tho p rosea historic struc ture free for use as an office for the transaction of strictly executive business, The plan is no doubt admirable, but an appropriation of $1,000,000, is extravagant and a wide departure from those standards which Jefferson sought Vice-Preside- nt t, Vice-Preside- nt on Tap. to inculcato as essential elements to our national life. It is exDected that the contest for tho minority leadership iu the House of Representatives will be transferred to Washlneton in a few days. Hon. wm. Sulzer la expected soon to open up headquarters here, having uono some cood work before tho Democratic con ference at Chicago when he Is said to have received the pledges ot a number of Southern and "Western members, so that at present ho lacks only about a dozen of the requisite number of votes to make himself the successor of Hon. Joseph Bailey, of Texas. Reptesenta-tiv- o Richardson, of Tennessee, and Judge De Armond of Missouri, aro also in the race to stay nud have dovoted followers. -- Pho-i- e 3. Second St. Acts gently on RICHMOND, KY. the DNEYS, LlVER .Nsy urr Uvl UMLH CLEANSES and Bowels THE 5YSTEM n HabitualCoNST-pat'oJs 'within easy Tho rescS. of every Am- Tlr in. It nets powcrf ally nnd quirk' j A Lew t". n. Fhnicallt PrifecL i j tha result ci SO dap u5- - cf r CZl r.'EFO. Ynnnir men will rr pain tin ir list n.i U oil, and Old Men u-irecover their yoi.tbij vlror. It fits ono FOR WEAK rreat French Remedy PERMANENTLY .VIE ITS ton- -. BUT ntnCIAL EFFECTS. M THE GENVINt AN'F'D By RCGEKERO for business, ftii'lv c r r; rrin-- p. is Iho greatest Nervine oer ro'd In this coimtrf. Can bo carried in vr- - pocLct, By mail S1.C0 per li r, or sis for S3.C3. Wo chcrfalh; rrfund Ihi rconcy trhcro tlx Imixci donot effect a cr.ro. Circulars free Address tho American oQco of (aui?rn!a1TgpSyrvf. roa &au e itB)sajri rou Jan5-l- y c n ecmc herself a noble love but only alter a grim fight with fate. Before tho Jefferson county Election The Southern Farm Magazine.whlch Board last Friday, Judge Thos.F. Har-gi- s Is of great value- and Interest to town and Col. Bennett H. Youug'coanse) and country people alike, covering as it for the Democratic candidates, filed does every phase and futuroof general tho following notico: Sonthorn interests, makes the remark"For the Democratic candidates we able offer that during December it now give notico that at the close of will receive subscriptions at 25 cents a court and beforo nny certificates, be is year, the regular price being Si. The sued we will move tho Board and all Magazine covers a field not touched by Other authorities that may consider any other Southern publication. It is this election to declare null aud void .not a regular farm paper, telling about the election held In the city of Louis- tho crops and prices of farm products, ville on the 7th day of November 1890. lilt a general magazine, dealing with ' First Because of tho usurpation of nhe best foatures of agricultural life, Wm O. Bradley in calling out and il crops 'diversification and Southern capalegally using the militia and overaw bilities. The merchant, tho banker, the ing and intimidating the voters and of L professional man as well as the intelli- ficers of and at said election, and inter t ,gent reading farmer and his family, all JOc fering with the progress of said, elec- l Alike find tho Southern Farm Magazine Glorious News tion 'and .with the duties of the officers of vduo and Interest. In view of this 25c. 50c Conies from Dr. JT. B. Cargilo, of otsaid election. unprecedented offer of 25 cents for a Whashita. I. T. He writes: "Four "Second Because Judge S. B. Toney Tear's subscription, we feel sure that bottles of Electric Bitters has cured usurped power in requesting said Wm. every subscriber at this price will find ilrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had O. Bradley to call out nnd use said it asost profitable investment You caused her great suffering for years. militia for said purpose, when said call can send currency or postage stamps Terrible sores would break out on her was entirely unnecessary and the civil to thi extent of 25 cents to Southern best doctors head and face, and the authorities were able and willing to Farm Magazine. Baltimore, Md. could give no help ;but her cure is com execute any order made by en id court. DOUBLE DAILY FAST TRAINS plete nnd hor health is excellent. "Third Because said militia was VIA This shows what thousands have used lor the unlawful purpose aforeBitters is the proved, that Electric THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY. said. best blood purifier known. H'b the "Fourth Because said election was For the present Winter SeasonTHESOUTH-T.UBAfLWAY. with connections, presents supreme remedy for eczema, letter, not a civil election, but a. military electhe most superior schedules, through 6tilt rheum, ulcers, boils nnd running and tbansportatlon arranger? ents generaltion. ly, every offered to the travel to Southern Resores. It stimulates liver, kidneys and sorts. "Fifth Because the said use of said TRAINS from Cincinnati bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion militia was unlawful in every, respect and Louisville, in connection with the Queen & builds up tho strength. Only 50 cents. and a criminal .usurpation of power by crescent itoute. via unauancoga, jesup ana The Plant Svstem. Sold by Perry & Thomas, Druggist, said named persons" and thereby the from CincinTHROUGH SLEEPING-CAnati to Jacksonville, with convenient connec Guaranteed. civil power was subordinated to. the tions from Louisville, via KnOzville, Asbeville is the Scenic military power nnd an overt act of a DEATH OF CAPT. G00DL0E. Many persons have their good nnd Savannah This of Western North Route Carothrough the Mountains treasonable nature against the Constiday and their bad day. Others lina "The Land ot the Sltv." Also through Sleeping-car- s from St. tution of the Shit; of Kentucky was are about half sick ell the time. Jacksonville, In connection with the Louis to Had Many Relatives In Madison. L. E. & Challesge Iho Entire Vote Louisville. of the City ot - PLEASE TRY . -- TO FLORIDA A BOON TO PJIANMNDI DR TABLET'S BU WfTfei I mu "1" . if S Mweii SjWoube") 1 DOUBLE-DAIL- Y 01 rnUj 23. w Mil R A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. and B3RBEM r'CBiC-I- CO. S&t&t septlS-ly committed. - I'or sale by Perry & Thomas. -- I35ECOflOMIST RANGES Our Goods AND In tho Inst Climax was a brief notice of the death of Capt. A. H Goodloe, of Lexington, on Monday, "Counsel November 27. The Ixington Herald of that date contains this notico: "Capt. Archibald Henry Goodloe died this morning at his homo on Ashland avenue. His death was the result of long invalidism from a case of Bright's dlsotwo. "Capt. Goodloe was a native of Lex ington, being the son of Judge William Goodloe. ono of the former most prom inent citizens of this city. Ho entered West Point in 1861, graduating in 1SG5. Soon after ho was married to'Mis3 Fannie Edgar, of Detroit, Mich., who went with him to the fai West to all of his poets of duty. Ho leaves an only Tims. F. Hakgis, BesxettH. Young, for . Democratic candidates. Our prices 3Tou Compel you to trade with us when give us a trial Tendered, Nov. 17, 1899." The presence of the militia in Louis ville and other cities in Kentucky and action of Judge Toney the and tho frauds developing iu Louisville aud olscwhoro are attracting' the deepest attention aad amusing the public mind all over tho State. If military rule is to be the law in the State, then a long farewell to all individual liberty. high-hande- d They have headache, backache, and -- re restless and nervous. Food does not taste good, and the digestion is poor; the skin is dry and sallow and disfigured with pimples or eruptions; sleep brings no rest and work Is a burden. What is.thc cause of all this? Impure Mood. And the remedy? ai.L, Jiaiiroaa ( Air i.ne), via ixmtsvme; ana through Hleeping-car- s from Kansas City to CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Jacksonville, via the K C.F. S. M. Railroad, TUBES, BY MAIL, 76 CENTS; BOTTLES, 50 CENTS. in connection with THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY, via Birmingham, Atlanta, Jesup and " Tho Plant System. The fast Kansas - -310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, JAMES F. BALLARD, Sols Proprietor, Limited, only thirty-eighours from Kansas City to Jacksonville. iJ"' & THOMAS, sale by All Agents of connecting lines sell throngh Winter Excursion tickets via THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY to the Resorts ot Florida and the South. Maps, schedules, booklets and information mailed free to any address, by J. C. Beah. Jn , N. W. P. A., SO Adams St . Chicago, 111. ht M3. ' For PERRY Druprists. Trav. Passr Aengt, Louisville, Ky. W. A. Turk, Gen. Jassr. Agent, Washington. D. C. Wm. II. Tatlok. Asst. Gen. Passr. Agt., Louisville, Ky. C. A. Baird, "TimitiMiTMi'TnrTTirTHiT ffT-- r t v Mrs. K. Worn Hoofing, Guttering and Gene A life) -- Kttflto. g ID oil The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims. All Job "Work. we have to say is, we buy in the best markets of the world, select the latest goods, and when 3'ou buy you know j'ou have 1TEMT! AGViCE AS TO I DESIGNS TRADE. MARKS AND COPYRIGHTS OBTAINED the latest, up-to-da- te Notice in "Inventive Age " S3 ifZ t3 E3 Rook "How to obtain Patents" J uScaEb Charge moderate. No fee till patent is secured. T.pttar Rtrintlv fVinfiflpntiAl ArlrirMS E. G. SIGGERS. Patent Lawyer. Washington, 0. C. 1 PATENTABILITY Kf?3Bf goods. Is that what 3ou want? If so, trade with lite , AND Gibson kYRUPINDIGESTION. PEPSI ' CURES DR. CALDWELL'S Dyspepsia EQUAL TO AHY EMERGENCY i Cure nt Tim mnn v!m Iihr a giKtd, sound, nrrMye mill' r Mm. He chp l secure in il.e tli .t when he Ii i atnt of .mr v.vil made, reliable ttiriinanK, rniinlHiiits, v!i!c- jilia"'..iiK, pi'.liT8, r r.nl imtIk, tliat come an, liis vaon nevi r Ariwt iiny n 'In il1 one of tilt vhv. W- finest stiH'ljs nf ronil iiponH rocka-wv- ri l Ihil'ch'a unit nililwt'ir. !. in JOfIN DONELSON, Prop'r., Keiilm-UCiiriiiiuc Works r4 iiv' lSicli-iiiimii- Itartlficlallydlpeststhefoodandaida Mature In strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive organs. It Is the latest discovered digest-aand tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency. It instantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, SickHeadachc,Gastralgia,Cramps,and all otherrcsultsof imperfectdigestion. Prepared by E.C. DWltt A Co, Cglcago. For oale by Perry & Thomas. Digests what you eat. brother, Rev. Owsley Goodloe, of and several sisters, who are: ns'w Tons PAsnioiTS. Mrs. W. L. Ncalo, of this city, Mrs. Curran Smith, of Richmond ; Mrs. John Both in coloring and design, hats are Craig, of Danville; Mrs. James Edgar, Detroit, Mich , and Mrs. R. L. John- growing more and more complex. The new shade of petunia purple is son, Danville, III. Mrs. Edgar and her husband, Capt. Edgar, and Mrs. Neale warm, bright nnd rich, yet . too rewere with him at the time of his fined to be obstrusivo. Fringes aro very fashionable, yet death. "No man has done more noblo and both require high modistic art in their .faithful duty to his country ns an army application to the garments they are officer than Capt. Goodloe. After the expected to adorn. Artificial flowers aro worn as coiffure time of the famous Custer massacre in the West he was Bent to the scenes of ornaments with ball gowns. Happily for the health of the comaction at tho head of bis company to fight the Indians. During that sum- munity, trailing skirts for outdoor mer he traversed l.OOO miles and it wear havo been declared "bad form" was while making forced marches of by fashion. many miles a day after Sitting Bull, Tho streamer has again nnd assisting his exhausted men by It is somewhat picturesque it is true, carrying their muskets, etc., that he but lends an inaneness to hats. A graceful capo coat is shown by was seized with a sunstroke that affect for boys from four to six ed his health so seriously that in a few Best years he was put aipon tho retired years. It fits well for warmth, yet does not in any sense hamper movement. list. "Captain and Mrs. Goodloe then It is made with triple cape,'double-breastc- d front, in plain melton, kersey, went to Detroit nud made their home until about six or seven years ago tlioy cheviot and all such materials. Bex coats, 'tis said, will be the rage. came to Lexington and purchased a pretty residence in the suburbs, on They are ugly enough to make any Ashland avenue, making it one of the woman rage. A jaunty wrap Ehown by Xord & most attractive homes about the city Married when quite young, and with Taylor is of red cloth with white velno children, their devotion to each vet facing. Marquise rings are all the fashion. other has been beautiful to seo and the Tho newest bracelet is made of old deepest sympathy is felt for the widow Roman coin's. in her sorrow. "Capt Goodloe was from ono of the Velvet takes precedence of all other most distinguished families of the materials witli those who can afford to fctate, with fine physique and gentle buy it. The most conspicuous fad on fashioncharacter, Mid warmly loved by his able promenades is the black velvet family and friends. "The funeral services will take place ribbon stock and bow with long ends. The popular R. & G. corset is usually at the residence on Ashland avenue, Tuesday at 2 o'cluck, burial in the Lex- closed with silk lacings in back. They ington cemetery. The casket will be are the most desirable kind. All rings snye the engagement or draped with a silken flag ot tho stars and stripes and the noble dead be laid wedding ring aro now worn on tho litaway with the honors duo a faithful tle linger of the left hand. Enkia-- x Cable. soldier and splendid citizen." . "Our baby was covered with running sores. DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cured her." A specific for piles nnd skin diseases. Beware of worthless counterfeits. Perry & Thomas. Churchill, Berlin, Vt, savs, L. & A. H. H, Time Table No. 1, Taking Effect Sun day, November 19, 1S99. 1st Class EAST BOUND rr ne&kis-- i mm&LM, ssstraseefc! Gissssawi vzrw- t - - . 2d Class No. 1 I No. 3 No. 9 Ex Sun Ex Sun ExSnn A. M. 10 22 11 02 11 25 11 41 11 63 Pittsburg Centra I Stock Yards EAST LIBERTY, PA. OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS. Versailles Nicbolasville P.M. S Million Richmond..... Union. Valley View.. P. M. 12 12 12 12 1 13 16 30 33 05 7 7 7 8 20 00 35 00 05 A.M. 5 15 6 7 9 9 30 55 00 00 It cleats oat the channels through which poisons are carried from the body. When all impurities are removed from the blood nature takes right hold :ftnd completes the cure. If there is constipation, take Ayer's Pills. They awaken the drowsy action of the liver; they cure biliousness. We have the exclusive services of some of Hie most eminent physicians in the United Mates. Write frely all tbo particulars in your case. You will io a prompt reply, without cost. Address, DR. J. U. AYER. Jxmell, Mass. Moberley... ... Brassfiefd Panola Irvine. 10 00 10 0 10 25 10 40 11 35 Yards have been enlarged and rearranged. It is the nearest point to the Eastern market. Best Distributing Point East op Indianai'oi.is for NoTiO P. "NoT2" WEST EOOND Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun A M. 1 45 2 10 2 15 2 29 2 32 -- 2 45 3 15 3 30 3 55 4 45 NoT8 Irvine Panola P.M. P. M. Drassfield. Moberley 11 1 1 1 ! I Yrlto to our Doctor Million Valley View.. Union Richmond. 05 29 45 Eastern markets. Good buyers alwa3's in attendance for export cattle ami other kinds of stock. Consignments for Commission firms given groin pt attent more, "Washington, Philadelphia, ISTew York ami Nicbolasville Versailles t si 6 58 7 60 6 05 6 20 '235 3 15 3 40 4 30 6 10 Simon O'Donnell, General IVlanag er. PHITATS 20E3B SALES EVES? VEESDAT. X'si"." "pI'm." P M. P". 'BL 43 AH trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. & T. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK. Train Dispatcher. W. B. ADAMS, Superintendent maaisoii Monumenta I Woriis, ESTABLISHED if, 1863. EASIER THAI EVER. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Pjioprietois. HARMONY COMES nil mm " j .pa 'Sfia jji J 4 Pave the way to home happiness by getting one of our new one is necessary. Ait: HI il&CCI..i..:.. JUS CUUU111UI1, Uilil JUU LUitJ' UIIU bllitb fSJE3 U I' i; l; A WORD l OF CAUTION. STOVES Ot RANGES. For heatinsror cooking. Ave can nlease vou. G For parlor, dining room, or kitchen we have' mm LH" the latest. mm m APPARATUS. Jfjip One of the Acorn Radiator at our price HEAT-MAKIN- G " " liMS 'i . -- 1 vou walk toward our store. -.-.- Willi 1 Ul.l4Wll IV UUUU V 111 1AXC41 Mb t TAVT OR RRD.c; Mm f! sirHJarmisfTtii sfSiTSisrSJ'THJ CATARRH CAN p Withj b mm mm fSis BE CURED. MDRDOCrS CATARRH CURE. IT GOES TO EVERY PART. SURE, SAFE AND PLEASANT. For yoars has the medical fraternity scnght a reliable and Rare cr.re for Catarrh. In this endeavor many hundreds of nostrums have been offered to a sutferlnc public, and the health of thousands hao been completely rulucil by tikinrthein. these various compounds causing tho wont lurm pi Dyspepsia. Boruys &uu omimems arc uiso wunmcu, as it is luipossiuic to rcacn iu this manner. the atlected'-ij.ir-t is is a Mnrlocl'a C2tS.tr h. Curt) Rolnjnew and scientific arcDaratlon andby to be smoked In the disease. It over the entire system affected n pipe, thercbr the fumes and smoke relieves Instantly the worst furmj of Asthm. Bronchitis, HayFevr. Colds in the Head and all forms of Catarrh, no matter what (shape, and cares where treatment is continued for reasonable tlmj. fto matter how liule yon are affected, don't delay treatment. Catarrh comes often from simple colds. Like all new and valnable preparations you will find others saying theirs are just as good, neware or imitations, as tney arc wonniess. WE ONLY ASK A.TKIAL TO CONVINCE Mailed to any address, pre paid, on receipT oi price. The old saying that " a man, who is naked can't give away his'shirt," is only anoUier way of saying that you can't give what you haven't got. The man can't give "free medical advice," or any other kind of medical advice who hasn't got a medical education and a certificate to the fact, in the form of a diploma. And in this particular a woman has no more privilege than a man. She can't give medical advice without medical education and medical knowledge. The olfer of free medical advice made by Dr. Pierce, chief consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., has been imitated by so many, who without any medical qualifications claim to give "medical advice that a word of caution is- necessary. Don't write for medical advice to any one, man or woman, who is not a physician. If they are physicians they will take the title of physicians or doctors so Uiat you may recognize them. If they. uon't claim uiat title it is because tney dare not, lor lear ot tne law. Do not forget that there is just as much difference in doctors as in artists. Every little town has its artist who draws and paints. But these ".Srtists " generally paint copies of the works otgreat artists like Millet, There- - was only one There is only one Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Inttitute, such as Dr. Pierce presides over. Thqusands of women come or write to Dr. Pierce who have found no help at the hands of doctors of lesser skill and narrower experience. Any sick or ailing woman, suffering from the distressing forms of disease peculiar to women, is invited to consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. Such consultations are absolutely private. Each letter is treated as a sacred confidence, and each answer is sent in a plain envelope, hearing no printing upon, it ari'd, In this way offensive 'questse-arepulsive examinations may be avoided; Address Dr. X. V. Pierce, Bu&lo, N. Y. s I)oWitts Little Early Uisors purify J. B. Clnrk, Peoria, III., says, "Surthe blood, clean the liver, invigorate geons wanted to operate on me for piles, tho svbteirf. Famous little pills for but I cured them with'Dewitt's Witch constipation and liver troubles. Perry Hazel Salve " It is infallible for piles & Thomas. and skin diseases. Beware of counter feits. Perry & Thomas. Tho annual report of the commissioner of internal revenue shows KenA'tlispatch from Middlesboro sayn: tucky ranks fourth in the aggregate "Mr. Harry Yates, of Bell county ,living collections of internal revenue for the in Powell's valley, has raised on his fiscal year ending Juno 30, with $22,215.- - farm this year about of an acre 23 to her credit, being exceeded by Illi of what proved to be a coblees corn, a nois, New York and Pennsylvania. soft substance, resembling a pith, tak The number of registered tobacco fac- ing its place. The grains are of good tories in Kentucky was 139. Internal size and well developed and matured. revenue receipts from all sources ag- Mr. Yates got the seed from Dr. Frank gregated $273,484,673, an increaso over Lindsay, of Virginia, who has been ex the preceding year of $102,017,000. perimenting along this line for some Hyler's Dyspepscia Tablets, pleasant, timo. easy to take, nnd give permanent reHenderson Newberger, a Louisville lief. 30 days treatment. $1. Mailed Jew, attempted to kill himself when on receipt of price. his invoice showed he had lost money Muedock Conn Co , in business. Atlanta, Ga. nov29 ly The liar needs a better memory than Richard Croker, the Tammany chief, to a reporter as follows: "I want ho or she usually has. Moral : Don't talked to say before my departure for Europe lie. that William J. Bryan will be the standard bearer of the Democratic party in the next National campaign. The fight will bo made against trusts and imperialism; Bryan is the only man" to lead such a fight. Tammany Hall will CRESCENT give him her heartiest support; you may rest assured of that." one-half to a family purchasing a PIANO. charfro establishment this In every phase. Tarties livine at a distance should write to us fur Ttu it Tl Tni fnter Route to (Worau. It is a promoter of happiness and joy which will be furnished on application. Constructed on modern principles by Parties desirinc to make a comfortable trin to the territory mentioned will do well to com EST YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITKD.-- C skilled workmen and offered at a mod-ora- municate with R. H. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. figure, it is by. far the cheapest Wit Altord Keixond, A G. P. A., and bent I'lAN'O sold at the price. A. H. Hansox, G P. A., Lonisville, Ky. dec23-l- y Chicago, 111. Other Pianos, acquired in trade, and which have been thoroughly over hauled, at very low prices. and Ohio to The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made It "Easier and Foreign and Than Ever" to reach all points In Arkansas, Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, ieias, .iiexico, Arizona ana uauiornia Tne splendid train service with which the Illinois American Marble and Granite. Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled "Limited." Is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take trip to the above mentioned territory. The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly I'uuman iourm unoruainornia, Lve Louisville every Thursday 9 25pm .8 18am Arr Memphis Friday Those who' aro contemtilatlnp: buying Mnrhle, Granite, or any fcn Arr New Orleans Friday 7 45pm Lve NewOrleansFriday . 8 20pm Cemetery Work, will line! it. to their interest to cnll nt the olil staml iu iIm 8 45am Arr Houston Saturday ;: ' .... 4 45pm of the M. E. Church on Irvino Street, where they will find constantly Arr San Antonio Saturday 3 45pm a largo stock of finished work to pelrct from, at pricos to suit all fln Arr Eloaso Sunday .... 9 20om buyers. Arr Los Angeles Monday 5"Ma. AV. U. UOUCIIER, one. of the best workmen i in ' Arr San Francisco Tuesday 5 15pm Kentucky, is in of our and means pntwr:x-!- Statuary FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. i . -- JKMES T. HAMILTON, rn Propridcr. Railway. HARDING & RIEHM. Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. ML. QliEEHft Surgf on. All doctors told Benick Hamilton, oi West Jefferson, O., after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistula, he would die unless a costly operation was performed; but he cured himself with five boxes of Bucklen's Aruica Salve, the surest Pile curon Earth, and the beet Salve in the "World. 25 cent's a box. Sold by Perry. & Thomas, Druggist. 4 He Fooled Tbo M. E. Church, Birmingham, (Pratt City,) 1699. Ala., December fFrom poiuts in Tennessee only... Annual Meotiug Southern Surgical and Gynecological Association, New Orleans, La., December 1899. 2, 5-- ROUTE Annual Conference Alabama Millet Mr. John F. Ladd, oue of Trigg's most substantial farmers, had tho misfortune to lose niuo heads of One beef cattle last week, says the Cadiz Record. He turned 45 head in a fresh stalk field and about a week later the nine, five of them among his best cattle, were found dead iu the field. Several others were sick when discovered,but all were removed from the stalk field and no more liavo died.' Mr. Ladd thinks death wag caused by tho cattle eatinc too heartily of the dry stalkq and fodder, aud estimates his loss at about $200, Jeff Prowl t, a Caldwell county farmer. lost eevernl head from the same cause several days ago. Annual Conference O. M. E Church, Memphis, Tennessee. December 1899. (From points in Tennessee.) 1, paign that will equal" in importance that of the ono to "be fought next year. Tho Republican party, backed by the money power of this country nnd Europe, is alert and aggressive. Flushed with the victory of three years ago it will seek by every means in its power to maintain its supremacy. Democrats must bo up and doing. They must wage an unceasing war upon their enemies. In no better nnd moro effective way caii this be done than by the circulation .of good, sound Democratic newspapers. The publisher of Tho Chicago Dispatch, will send a a copy of Tho Chicago Dispatch from now untlll January lt 1901, for 50 cents. If you are not already tak ing this great political weekly, send In ten cents at once. You should not only do this yourself, but yon should induce all vour friends to join with you. By a little effect yon can easily raise a club of ten or twenty subscribers. The Chicago Dispatch is indorsed by William Jennings. Bryan and other Ddinocratift leaders Address THE CHICAGO DISPATCH. 120 and 122 Fifth Avenuo " - Chicago, ortl-t- f Illinos. WEST BOUND. Sterling and Lexington Accom. .. 6 55 am 7 30 am Eastern Express for Louisville RICHMOND, KY. Morehead and Lexington Accom. 3 00 pm New York Limited F. F. V 4 50 pin "STOTJ AltE A DEM0CEAT EAST BOUND. Lexington and Morehead Accom 9 15 am New York Limited F. F. V J1 58 am S 30 pm Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom and,of conrse.want a Democratic news- Washington Express 9 23 pm paper. The Chicago SDispatch is the Accommodation trains run dallv cxeeot SQn- day. Other trains run daily. Greatest Democratic Weekly Newspaper 'inrougnsieepmgana aimng car service to of tho Country. advocates the New York. For information, rates or slecner reservations readoptlon of the platform and the call on or write K. HOOD, Agent L.&N Jty., Richmond. Ky. of William Jennincs Bryan. or GEORGE Vf. BARNEY, There has never been a political cam u. ". A. c. Si u. By., Lexington, Ky. . H. G. KENT, Agent, W ri h 1 11 '. 4 X It SOUTHERN RfllLWAY. (IN KENTUCKY ) Schedule la effect Jnne 11, 1800. No. 1. No.5. No.3. . EASTBOCKP. Lv Louisville 7.40am 4.tffpm 7.45pn Ar Shelbyvillo 9.09am 5i33pm 0.07pn Ar La'rcneeb'g. 9.55am 6.25pm fi.50pn Ar VersaUles. 10.18am 6.17pm ICOWpn Ar Lexington 10.45am 7.15pm ia35pn WXSTBOPHD. Lv Ar Ar Ar Lexington.. Versailles..., La'renceb'g Shelbyrllle. Loufavllle No. 11. No. 6. No. 2. 7.30am 4.25pm 7.65om 4.Kpm 8.20am 5.15pm 9.12am 6.05pm 10.40am No. 4. 6.37an 5.55an 6.32an 7.55an No. 11 4.00pm 6.30pm 7.15pm 7.30pm 7.40nm 10.00am 1 a 43am 10.55am EASTEQPKD. Lv LouisvU Ar Lv LarnebrgAr ArHarodsbgLv Ar DurEin..Lv Lv Lr Lv Ar Ar btatiosb. 7.35pm WKSTBOnSD. NqTii. No." 11 7.35pm S.lCpm 4.25pm 4.15pm I0.40an 8.10an 7.20an 7.10aa WESTBOUND. No. 15.ttNo.67. 4.00pm 7.40am 6.33pm 9.09am 6.50pm t0.2Sam 7.10pm 11.10am 7.40pm 12.05pm EASTBOUWn. stations. No. ia.tNo.68 Leulsvll Ar1 10.40am 7.35pn Shelbvll Ar 9.12am 6.06pn Verslles Ar 7.50am 4.1Spn Midway Lv 7.30am 3.38pn Georgtn Lv 7.00am 3.00pg WESTBOUND. tNO. l.ltNo. 6.1 STATIONS. 7.40am 4.00pm Lv Loulsvll 10.21am 6.50pm Lv Verslles 11.02am 7.35pm Ar Nlchlvlll 11.58pm 8.30pm Ar Richmnd 1.05pm Ar Irvine LITERARY NOTES To know that the "Star of Bethlehem" was an actual celestial phonome- ion makes twice precious tho old Story the Bible. This Mrs. Julia Mac- - DR. CALDWELL'S Affl'l ArAtheviilo YRUF PEPSIN Ar Jacksonville . , COKSTIPA.TION.fil Ar Savannah CURES ... Lv Louisville. Ar Lexington stations. Ar toSam iS5pn Lv 6.03am aoOpn: Lv L45pa I NorLTNcTs.' tNoT 6.tNo. Z Ar 10.40am 7.35pa Ar 7.60am 4.45pir Hot Blast Peninsula Double Heater with Tea K'ctlle Attachmeni. SMOKE CONSUMINa PARLOH FURNACE Air passes through registers in heavily gnarded feed door into perforated mixer ring around top of heavy fire pot. then Into fire. Mixing the air witu gases, in this way produces perfect combustion and a great saving of fnel. Mixer Ting also protects bottom of radiator from direct action of Sra and insures its durability. rOWEEFUL FLOOR HEATER Deflector ring between heavy ribbed Are pot and radiator extends to outer casing, forcing the intense heat from lower section ot Stove down to tho floor where most required, WILL II EAT ROOM By attaching pipe-tDonble Heater Collar and extending to register in floor above. If not used in, that way, heat is distributed to nil parts ot room and opening can be utiliied as a tea kettle attachment in addition to griddle uoie Hip. FIRB CONTROLLED TO A DEGREE Circular Draft Regulators on Feed and Ash Pit Doors are valve seated, fitted until absolnely air tight and Warranted to remain so. They are mounted on heavy, quick acting screws, worklngnn a detachable yoke, and when opening screw in, not out, preventing breakage in use. Call at the OASII HARDWARE HOUSE of ft 5$ 6 7.40am 7.45pm 10.45am ltt35pm 7.copm 7.45am 5.10am LlOprc 6.00am 0.00am 6.10pm 6.25am 10.45am iLSOam 1.10am 225pm C.lOam 9.10am 10.05pm lLSOam illus Nair Wright points out in her Chris-ma- s rati! Ar Ar Ar Ar Chattanooga. Jacksonville Atlanta.. Macon..... 0.30pm 6.45am paper in the "New Lippincott." Mnrkham has had no theme since "The Man with the Hoe" so fitted to his gifts as "Tho Eud of the Country." He siugE a manly strain of prophecy and retrospection under this bold title In the Christmas "New Lippiricott." Tho "Complete Novel" of tho Cnrist- mas "New Lippincott" is by Ernest Rhys, tho iamoti3 romancer of old Welsh 'legends. His story is about n great dash for victory made by! .the "Whistling Maid," who gives k title. She saves her lather's cattle Md wine SHORT LINE TO New Orleans- Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Pnllman Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Louisville every Thursday night and runs through to San Francisco. . Ask your lick;t atreat for particulars or write toK II. Fowler, Traveling Psseeaer Agent, Louisville, ICy. Free neclfning Chair Cars LoeisviUe to -- , Memphis anil New Orleans. A. H.MANSN. WM. K. KNUOMrW A.a.r.'A.,I-oatavii- i. Q. P. A., Chicago. Ar Meridian 2.30am 9.50pm Ar Nev Orleans.... &25am ...... Train - hM.1 9, KnnM v.n i -- ii . w, (Aitnnu T XUUIBVIUO . ana I PT n r.fin ? . . T7ww. riK.. h Cars I r- If 5$ through sleeping cars to Chattanooga, Birmingham and New Orleans, and through sleeper o from CbfittflnAnM tn Al.n. i sonvllle. . . 1 Trr.ln. Tv'n. t n .1. tween IkiuUvIIIo und lllrmlntrbam, connecting unman sleepers via Harrimnn between KnoxvUle, Ashcvll'e. TL .v.w w Putvpin tin bareS; $1.QQ per box; treatment for 80 flays. " nov29ly y Murdoch Cure.Co., Ga. - dyfpepala, tried doctors, visited mineral springs, and grew worse, I used Kodol's Dyspepsia Cure. That cured.me." It digests what you et..s Cures' indiges Dtirns ann tion,, soar 6to&aciit-.'ier- t all fofmsofdyipepela. Terry' iC'Sh&am. "I was nearly dead with F.S.GAKS05-SdV.P.jk'6.- The only line with three dally-- trains between Louisville, Shelbyrllle and Lexington Tuaur except sundav. Other train dniw A. Whidon. P T. A.. S.T.Swirr. P.& T. A., Lexington, iij. . tculsHlle, Ky. J. M. CTJifp.T.K , . r.iiiuKijii, Washington. D.O. Waefclactoa, D.C. LwUswIIIb, Ky. ' uuu . UbKSUaVUlC Who will be glad to show you thjs stove as well as a full line of other ers and cookstoves, grates, etc heat- mehl-l- y I