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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): December 20, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899122001_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): December 20, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE RICHMOND VOLUME 26l 7T" T Tiff A T" RICHMOND, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. REPAIRING. AND TIMEINQ FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FOOD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1899. NUMBER 29, j 7 J&foled. ANNOUNCEMENT FOB COCSTT CLERK. All Work Guaranteed. 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. S42 WOISTil OF to nnnounre ARflll KAVANAUQH DOTY for Connt Clerk, sucject w iuu ucuoa oi me ueniocrauc rally. We are authorized to announce C. M. a candidate for County Cleric, subject iu mo acuun oi me ueaiocraiic rany. We are authorized to announce D R. TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk -- subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce M. M. MILLER a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JESSE COBB a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. HAY-BUR- N We are authorized FOB SHERIFF. PRESENTS For Rent! office rooms over Douglas & Simmons' hardware store, Main St. m Choice of three good The important events of the week in Congressbave been the reading of the annual message of the President, and DR. CALDWELL'S the action of the House upon the crein and out of the 'CURES CONSTIPATION. dentials of Roberts, the polygainist from Utah. City taken for Collection. t lie general comments Iiearir upon Dr. R. the executive communication are'any- j;.f3Vrite. or call on me for further thing but flattering to its author. It paMiciilars. ia enormously long, containing more i 0, Moberloy Uuild-!ni The Optic Specialist, words than any previous annual mes Kii'liiiioml, Ky. of No. Ml Fourth Avenue, Louisville, will be at sage to Congress. But its language is theGlyndon Hotel, Richmond, PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. dubious, lacking in force; and upon THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, the important issue of tho day, it falls Not only cures, but keeps well. Is sold by an organized company of reGRIGGSBY & MUKCEY. sponsible business men and has endorsement of thousands of Clergymen and noted people throughout the country. We speak of that wonderful Instrument, Klectropoise, and ask your careful examination into tho cures it has wrought. Col. A. P. Kunally, of Chicago, writes: the Inter-OceaKENTUCKY REAL 'Vary three years experience with EASTERN Electropoiso only confirms the truth of ESTATE AND COLLECyour claims. I say my friends that this instilment is a most wonderful in TION AGENCY. vention, and I would not part with mine if I could get another." Send address for our book gives letters from Manager. I!. LEE DAVIS, people who have been cured by Elec Farm, Mineral and Timber tropoiso. ELECrROPOISE CO., 513 Lands bought and sold Fourth Avenue, l)visville, Ky. n, residence, with modern conveniences. eight-roo- Also very desirable For 50c worth of work. Wo are giving away watches, blcvcles, sewing machines Runs, tc. fcc to introduce our paper, PASTIME, a high-clas- s illustrated family paper of from 1C to 32 large paged; Ct to 128 columns of Chice Good Stories, Literature Art, Humor Letters of Travel in Forieun Lands, &c. &c. And all yon "have to do to get $42 worth of presents is to get 20 subscribers at 10c each. Send 10c in stamps for full particulars, long list of presents and our papflr, PASTIME, for 0 months. Address THE PASTIME Co., Louisville, Ky. A WOXDEIUUh We are authorized to announce JOHN F. WAGERS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JOHN W. BALLARD, of White Station, a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are aethSrized to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to annou nee P. B. BRO S a candidate for Sheriff 6f Madlsonconnty, subject to the act i en of the Democratic party. FOR ASSESSOR. discovery. We are authorized to announce JOE OLDHAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the actios of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JAS. L. BAKER u candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce G. W. D EATH E RAG E a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN. of the Glade District, a candidate for Assessor, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR JAILER. We are authorized to announce JAMES C. LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce PETER G. PARRISII a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, for one term only, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce F. J. PERKINS a candidate for Jailor, subiect to the action of the Democratic party. WASHINGTON LETTER. on commission. sept . 27-ly- r ,(mnts TU'K-IJoo- lYRUP PEPSI Goldstein, n. far 6hort of expectations. It leaves the Philippine question in the air; and it is apparent now that the President will R. E. ROBERTS, not venture to put himself squarely on At Lexington, Friday last, John Savago, foreman of the Cincinnati record, regard to this mat ATTORN Southern yards,niet a horrible death be ter, prior to tho national elections. KUHM)N'l), - KENTUCKY. neath the wheels of the tender of a His utterance to Congress are remark- Office in Mufeeriey Building. 1 switch engine. He was attempting to The residence of the late ably short oFhis speeches ill the West wjlk around the foot boarJ from the Stpiilipn TC. Wliit.fi nn TTip-- on hh famous around-the-circl- e g IV. MtL.L.ER. trip -i o before tho Ohio election. Ho now side to tho back of the engine, and, in Atorshy-at-LaSt. Apply to doing so, lost his footing and fell inder Kentucky. ventures nothing upon the iraperlalls- KicHnM, v,-e in the Burnam Building, next door to the wheels of the tender, two of which tlc'ssue beyond a statement, which A srun r s Aawonai uanit. KENTUCKY CROP REPORT. passed over his breast, killing him in 'J I no one uisnutes or Ins denied, f that the stantly. insurrection must be ended, and that County Court Days. Jobligations incurred in the war with CONDITION OF CROPS AND LIVE STOCK Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Spain. for establishing order in territory 'One Minute Cough Cure is the best DEC. 1, 1899. remedy I ever used for coughs and Richmond, Madison county, first Mon acquired by this country, must be ful Attokxeya colds. It is unequalled for whooping day. KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, ii .i.:i.i.n ..ii in.n I. Lexington, .Fayette county, second filled. But upon the important quesIleplics were received this month Hemarkable Rescue. wlliiam Gentrvvillo. Ini. Never tion as to how this government shall 'Office over Taylor's Hardware store, op- Monday. It is the only harmless remedy Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon- - govern the Asihtic possessions, what Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield.Ill., from 142 correspondents representing fails. posite Court House, on Main Street. that gives immediate results. Cures llitV. meausure of liberty shall be given the makes the statement that she caught 102 counties. coughs, colds, hoarseness, croup, Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon 11. 15. HOGG, Filipinos, the President is silent. His cold, which settled on herlungs:she was monla, bronchitis nnd all thioat and day. AT LAW. ATTORNEY Tho favorable weather of November luug tronbles. Its early use prevents Danville, Boyle conntv. third Monday. evasion of the issue is taken irenerallv treated for ajnonth by her family nhy- Kentucky. ilticiiMoxi), rerrv I nomas. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third to mean that he is doabtful jiow him- - sician, but. grew worse. He told her has advanced the condition of wheat consumption Office No. 13 First St., upstairs. 3130 .Monday. self about the American people's en- - she was a hopeless victim of consump- - 97 on November 1 to 101 on December Vt'va. Williams, a farmer, thirty-lou- r Winchester, Clark county, fourth dorsement of tho policy to hold per- - tioa and that no medicine could cure h. These estimates are exclusive tf years ot age, was struck: oy a ireignt Monday. O. & D. M. CIIENAULT, J Versailles, woodford county, fourth mauently all the Philippines and to her. Her druggist suggested Dr. Klug's the counties composing tho southeast' train in Daviess county, last Friday ATTOIi.XXY.S AT Oil', Monday. govern them by a colonial system sum- - UN ew Discovery tor i,oii6umption: sue em section where htUe attention is mornirg and killed. He attempted to bought a bottle and to her delight given to wheat growing. Tho average cross tho ttack when the train was not Kkktucki. lar to that of Great Britain. iKi.hmo.vii, Tho financial suggestions of Mr. Mc- - found herself benefited from first dose, condition for the western section is 105, more than twenty-fiv- e street, over Chen-a- ii feet away and office on Second " Kinley have chilled the Western Re- - She continued its uso and after taking for the central 1021 The improvement ruuning thirty-fiv- e it's grocery. miles an hour. publicans, who cherished tho hope six bottles, found herself sound and is most marked .iu those counties re- V. R. LETCHER, tbathe would, nominally at least, ad- - well, now does her own housework porting an average or below average FADELESS PUTNAM hero to the Republican plntform of 189C and is well as she every was tree condition last month. Very few of the Attomey-at-Zaw- , DYES produce the fastest and upon which he was elected, favoring trial bottles of the Groat Discover- - at counties where the condition W8B Ken-tcckRu iiMosi), larger use of silver, to be brought about I'erry & Thomas' Drugstore. Successors phenomenally high in last report show brightest colors of any known over Olli.-with T. .1. Smith, Jr., j. hear- bv international agreement. Intelli I to W. G. White Largo bottles 50 cents an increase in condition. dve StUll. bOICl DV Covington A Mitchell's. 6 The earliest wheat is generally in - jcy, Waco, Ky.: Thomas & Ad gent men have understood fully that nnd $1 00. deeb-lthis declaration was put in merely to A Dutch court martial has decided Jested with fly, the damigo in so mo in ams, Panola, Ky. propitiate certain sections like Indiana tnat it is not insubordination tor a stant es amounting to total loss. This, y Attorney-at-LaWand Illinois, where silver coinage is soldier to refuse to wash his face whon however, will have little effect on Squire West, a boy fourteen yearsold, strong, even with Republicans. Now, ordered to do so by his commanding of- - acreage, as resowing has been the rule. was instantly killed at Fordsville by Iticliond, Ky, M'b rley Building, however, the President comes out ficer ,aml Ule i,ji. lr,tUtarv court of the 11 is estimated that 13 per cent, of the the Illinois Central passenger train. acreage in the central sections is dam- squarely for the establishing more firm- - ki,1Kdom iias confirmed tho decision. : aged nynyor otuer insects, wnue in ly of the single golu standard, tne in- crease of national bankers privileges. . Mr. J. Sheer, bedaha. Mo., saved his the western section but 8 per cent, of HOLIDAY SECRETS. DUS. GIBSON, & GIBSON, 'ulYL., 1! " " i f." "Fu the acerage is affected. and authority for tho Secretary to sell , fc . I ' . nUnm I IT. . .1 ouiw;o f PIIYSICIA N A NO SUJiOEON, rila nHvwttt nf ilia nlnnf ictiarn fma uu 1 ....... m ounu croup, it's an lnlalllble cure tor colds, uuiiua iuu uuiieu Kentucky. Tell us wht you want in the lino of time. As the present Secretary oxer- - coughs, grippe, pneumonia, bronchitis, from Insect pests, is very rank, and Richmond. JEWELRY. DIAMONDS, cises his discretion to buy bonds and and throat and lung troubles. Relieves grazing is. being generally resorted to to SILVERWARE, on ttlomasOiEce ia the Joe IV, lint building, 18 and 10 Secprevent it reaching a stage where dam- turn cash into Wall street whenever al once' lerr) 17ond Street, over Wime -- old JruCJIore. NOVELTIES, the speculators are short of money, this jf u v an v means a bird attained the aP by feezing is likely to result. how much von wish to pay, and we new proposition implies a more flexiblo In summing up the prospects we feel Htrhtness of a balloon, it could not fly. will place before vou the verv obiect of CHAR. HOOK Eli, arrangement by which the Treansury U balloon drifts with every guest ;steer- - l iU8tifled in saynK that nr.thwith'stand vour desire. . . . . rI T ET1MTXA R Y SURGEON, That shows tho confldenco we have will lend itselt to tno adjustment 01 ing impossible: the wind chooses its ing the injury from insects the State Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. in ilio completeness of our stock and rates to stock speculators nt their-bcourse. The bird balloon, as light as has seldom presented, in one crop, bo correctness of our pncfls. The assort- - i,s or 8 the whim mav strike him. the wind and as strong as iron, is a many conditions which presage a large Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. iiieiib 111 ULiLit--- buuuuic iui. yield. The acreage is considerably dgineut of the Imagination. upstairs, over store recently accuabove an average, the plant is well pied by Richmond Harness Co., East Main y St apr7-lBismarck's Iron Nerve ldchmona, Ky. rooted and prepared to withstand the lie storo is a veritable is very large. Was the result ot hissplonded health. vicissitudes of tho approaching winter; Fairyland of Gold, Silver, and Precious C. JASPER, M. D. We never did; but we have Indomitable will tremendous energy the physical condition of the soil is the btonos. seen the clothing at this time K Medicine and Surgery. found where Stomach, Iiivcr, best, and this, with the long drouth, of aro not of the year so covered with m F. J. YEAGER, Kidneys and Rowels aro out of order, tho past summer, renders available Office Prathcr IluilJinu, Main Street dandruff that It looked as if it Telephone at resilience (the Carr place) on had been out in a regular snow- - m If you want these qualities and the those elements of plant food which are 11 roadway. No. 23, 2tl St. Richmond, Ky. m storm. We have three children. Before the success they bring, use Dr. King's oraina.ruy locKeu up Doyonu its reacn. sep6-l- y Kentucky. RicnsiosD, --- --No need of this snowstorm. W bfrth cf the last one my wife nscl four bot- - New Life Pills. They develop every As the summer sun would W d Only 2ocat W. EVANS, M D IV?.? The corn crop is housed In good con m melt the falling snow so will v "' ij & Thomas, drug store. Perry 6 dition so far as concerns damage since that the last one the crop has matured. The- - general I prettiest ana ACRES OF HONEY COMB. Phvsician and Surgeon5, tenor of reports is that the yield is dis finest-lookiof then: all. Kentucky Richmond. - - appointing, and we are of the opinion My wife taloks Mother's Harmon Kanatzar nnd James Hill Friend is the gTcaicsi the moderate estimate of 21.4 as felled a tree one day last week for'flre' thataverage DR. T. J. TAYLOK, and grandest yield, made October 1, is wood, little thinking of the sweet in the renedy in the I'ractilumer in Medicine and Surgery, too high. store for them, when, lo, and behold world for expect Kentucky Richmond, on Much complaint is the trunk of the tree was filled with score of quality. "Lightalso made ant nsoincrs." and chaffy," Written and residence on 8ccond Street. honey. There were sheets of comb 8 " loose on cob" and "containing an un feet long found In the hollow of the -- Law. usual amount of small corn," being the I SURQSST. DENIAL tree. Valley View Argent. terms most frequently used in speaking I H 8 Ladies For relief of women, Chef- - of quality. The quality compare! with tor Tansy Tablets, worth their weight average years is 70 per cent. The average price, is 37 cents per in gold. A safe and certain monthly DBST1ST. of the regulator. $1 melt these flakes of dandruff in prevents nine-tentOn December 1, 1808, the hnshel. a box. of Louisville, Ky. IT IS NO BURDEN the scalp. It goes further than 10 CMlil' . c . a ciiffrrinir Ineuent 28 cents. price was Mdedock Cube Co , next door to Government Building, this: Itprevents their formation. bins. Inecoainr mother's y to u-- i to . RichmSnd, Ky. umce nonrs when a PIANO or ORGAN is pur It has still 'other properties: 3QV29 Jy Atlanta, Ga LIVE STOCK. novl7-l- y disposition and temper rcmala unrutfled it will restore color to gray hair chased here. Our cystem of easy .1 . .1.. Kxz-- o nr. thlc TMhT- -j Notwithstanding tho advanced sea in Just ten times ott or every "My lover," observed the king of payments enables any one to eniinimnr wiirrM th f)ft. FRED SMITH. ten cases. ' Mwptka, "this canned missionary son pastures have revived wonderfully! joy the music of mother And it does even more: it usual distress. A einco the breaking up of the drouth. seems swoet enough I" DENTIST. chlw. hardly feeds and nourishes the roots Is pretiy sure to have a Tho effect is shown in an improved of the hair. Thin hair becomes eVOtHee, over Collins' Grocery, same office "Oh, dearl" sighed his spouse. "I The patient is kept In a strong; healthy lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Bnrgin. Janl2-l- y thick hair; and short hair be without depriving themselves of condition, which the child also Inherits WM afraid of that. The other day condition of livestock. Until at this comes lone blf. a wife through the wlieu we were getting the Are ready he time very nearly nn average condition One of these Mother's Friend takes necessary comforts. We have a book on the Hair ie presented. The average for tho var a,)0Ut INSTRUMEN J a wouiil mako n crisis 'quickly and almost painlessly. I Hemed so orko(1 H. and Scalp. It Is yours, for the ious classes is as follows: Horses. 90; assists In her rapid recovery, and ward! York Press. superb HOLIDAY PRESENT. asking. off the dangers Jiiat so often follow de cattle, 01; sheep, 05; hogs, 02. Both Tf .mi An nnt nhtita ill the benefits Why no! come in and look at these livery. ot reu expected from tli weIt. the litor, It goes to every part Murdock Ca - ! feeding and stock hogs continue scarce. Vrobably No. 603 Went Ninth Street. Cincinnati. Ohio write be doctor hootWith TOUT KCU- 1 a bottk. special bargains. r SoU by dntjitU for $ th.M I. mrmtt H4k!tlltY Urrh Cure. It cures Colda.Haj-Fevewill be at the Hotel Zimmcr, Richmond, Ky., on except in those counties containing a r k eetlly r- iTttem ,wMch erl luiuio 01 ai, ,oi tr " 11.. I mered. Asare rlii, HAXDIXG RIEEM. THE BRADFIELD REQULATOR CO mm nn on receipt vauuru. .rwee ad - , " ; b ,,,f . "u 11R.J.C.AV triailed of price. See WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13, 1899 , . ATtANTA, OA. auunuaui, is supplementing tue vertistneut. tf. G. KENT, Agent," Send for our freo illustrated book wrkU retnmins every second Wednesday o. eacb ' corn crop to suck &u extent that the Muhdock Cuke .Co .....l.fn.Hna.t.nl"innthm. -w. BAfl.M month. Reference every physician of Rich BoyDD ly A'tluU, Ga. number is on the iacreaee mtber than RICHMOND, JKY. tcoio-iDiana, &y. returning one day each month. Eyes examined and glasses scientifically adjusted. FOR RENT h ollh-ially.i- uOiin m nlOQinS mm I.. ... A for prosecuting these combinations under the so called Sherman act, although the Supreme Court can convict when cases are brought beforo it The easiest escape for such a situation is to ask for more Legislation, and this is the course ot the President. With laws enouuh to cover the principal offenders, the trust-fe- d administration asks Congress to furnish more; and then it implies thee matters will receive considera tion. When the next Bepubllcan convention meets, It will no doubt denounce vigorously, in general tormp, trusts and conbinations for the purpose of stifling competition. The Ivepubli- cans have lost none of their character istic effrontery.as is shown very well in the latest message of their chief repre sentative. No suggestion is made for lessening the burdens of the standing army, but on the contrary, between the lines can be rfed the purpose to establish- - it permanently. If the President actually believes the insurrection in the Philippines is practically ended, why is no hope extended that soon the army can be reduced, and a portion at least of the present burde"n of 120,000,000 for this army can be taken oft the shoulder of the taxpayer? In the House the message was listened to impatiently. The thousands who filled the galleries was there to witness the proceedings in the Roberts case. They were bored by the long, tedious messarre. Without party division, the House voted not to admit Rolierts on his unquestionably perfect certificate of election as a representative. The comments heard from the leaders on both sides indicates very cleary that they were not at. all satisfied with their votes upon tne question, xnoy recognize, unanimously, that a most dangerous precedent has been established in refusing to admit any man presenting regular credentials, a proceeding that may be invoked hereafter to great injury of a State, by unscrupulous major ities in the House. It can be 6tated, moreover, that there were not six men of the nearly 400 in the House who did not recognize the fact that the proper procedure in the case would have been to adopt the resolution offered by tl e Democratic " leader, Mr. Richardson, proposing to admit Roberts temporarily upon his credentials, and then refer to il.n onmrnifio. nn ilio juuawsaJ fnr alm fw vwm"Jtvw wa uw indimarv vi mediate report the charges- - of personal disqualification. Roberts would have been expelled under that method, be yond tho shadow of a doubt. purpose. The trust question Is treated with Prohibits tli Use of Arsrnic or Alnm in little short of misstatement ot law and ' nil Articles or Diet. lactfl. The day prior to the reading of this message, the Uniied states Supreme The law enacted by tho Missouri Court, in the important case of he legislature, a copy of which was reennt- Pipe Co.. decided that this trust ly published in our columns, and was in violation of Federal statues. which prohibits the manufacture or There is no Ioiigor doubt that existing sale of any article intended for food or t law is to reach the trusts. It to be used in tho preparation ot food, is for the Attorney General of tho Unit which contains alum.arsenicauiuionia, ed States, an official of McKinley's etc.. places that state in the lead in the administration, to prosecute the offen- matter of sanitary Legislation. ders. But Attorney General comes Laws restricting the use of alum in from Xew.Jersey, the great incorporat- bread have been iu force in England, ing State of all tho trusts operating in Germany and France for many years. the country, and his thoughts and con- In this country, in Minnisota, Wisconvictions are imbued naturally with pre sin, Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and judices in favor of the great capitalis several other States, direct Legislation tic concerns. Griggs can not see means in reference to the sale of alum baking pi and both sell and buy bonds for the STKIX0EXT LAW. I Ad-dyst- sufih-ien- powders has also been effected. In several of these States their sale is prohibited unless they are branded to show that they contain alum, and iu the District of Columbia, under the laws of Congress, the sale of bread con taining alum Las been made illegal. Following aro the pames of some of the brands of baking powders sold in this vicinity which are shown by re cent analysis to contain alum. Housekeepers and grocers should cut tho list out and keep it lor reference: otherwise, and are being subsisted on ' this product alone. It Is also practical-- , ly all reports of hog cholera come from j these otherwise favored sections. The very favorable season for fall plowing has been improved, and much of this work which would come next spring is being done now. Farmers generally have their work well in baud, and while crops have been below rather than above the average yield there fs still, to an unusual extent, a feeling j( satisfaction with past results and confidence iu the agricultural prosperity of the future. This issue concludes the monthly crop report of this year and of my term. I desire to thank correspondents not only for their faithfulness during the past year, but also during tho four years of our joint labors. I bespeak for my successor the same promptness and efficiency with which you have served me. Lucas Moo be, Commissioner of Agriculture. I 2 Tiis Leading Specialists of America) Iaj?3MrfMplriJ m BiMSMMMM.fM frUii FURNITURE. k 20 YEAliS 250,000 IN OHIO. COPED. m IrlJial WE CURE EMISSIONS! Nnthiue can bo iniro demoralizing to I young or middle-age- d men than the pros-- 1 ence ot tne.o nignuy loteer." 'lncy 1 I I Droduce weakness, nerroumeft. n y I oi iiKguji ana a nneie train ot symptoms. I .. r, . .. . . )Tk.v uuu. u iuau mi uu:uiu. liiiimmi II tI...,; auw life and foci.nl happiness. No matter I whether caused by evil habits in youth, I natural weakness or sexual excesfe. our I New Method Trtttmeut will positively I cure yuu. I m mm I ft 0 a fiS IsTSJ Mm ii 11 r i ii ,r. 11 NO Header. Yt.lll.cctllieln. Tjlrlrr.lm.nfirl later eicctsci may navo weakened you. II Kipo.'ure mar have diseased von. You are not safe till cured. Our Hew ilcthod I win euro you. leu rca r.o ruk. CURE' PAY SJb to lis 1 m& rH73 j It takes but a minute to overcome tickling in the throat and to stop a cough by the use of One Minute Cough Cure. This remedy quickly cures all forms ot throat and lung troubles Harmless and pleasant to take. It preA famous specific vents consumption for grippe and its after effects PerJy & Thomas. Stockings were made by machinery much earlier than is commonly supposed, .a frame for stocking weaving having been invented in England by Rev. Mr. Lee, of Cambridge, iu 15SS. Tho stocking making machines are now absolutely perfect, receiving the yarn, starting the stocking and turning the heel and too complete. Miss Annie E. Gunning, Tyre. Mich., says, "1 sintered a long time with dyspepsia; lostvtlesli and became very weak. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure completely cured Hie. It digests what you eat and cures all forms of stomach trouble. It never tails to give immedi ate relief in the worse cases. Perry & Thomas. l Yoftns Stan Ynn nrn tvili fppKln and haggard; nervous, irtitiMo and ex- citable. Yo i become forettfui, raorofc, nnd despondent; blotches and pimples. sunken eye, trrmkled face, stooping form nnd d'twnca.'-countenance reveal ino Dhgut .t y iur existence. ' N matter Ii w ferious your caso mny Ik .r h.iw lor ir y iu mny have had it, our NEW MVrru'ii) 'J KKAT.MKN'T will a5s000 CURED IWECURlMRICGCELE j baking powders containing St. Louis .Contains Alum. EDDY'S RELIABLE Manf. by Eddy & Eddy, St. Louis. " OLD DOMINION Contains Alum. Manr. by Old Dominion Mfg.Co.,Rlcbmond. CROWN Contains Alum. Manf. by J. P. Dieter Co., Chicago. DEHCATESSE Contains Alum. EVANS Contains Alum. GOOD luck Contains Alum. Manf. by Southern Mfg . Co., Richmond. BON BON t ( HOTEL Contains Alum. Manf. by Grant Chemical Co., Chicago. KENTON PEACOCK ( Contains Alnm. Co., Cincinnati. Manf. by Potter-Parli- n SUCCESS ...Contains Alum Manf. by Morehouse Mfg. Co.. Savannah, Ga. GRANT'S IMPROVED Contains Alum. Manf. by J. C. Grant & Sons Mfg. Co., alum: cure il. Tho "tronny eias" return to iui-iuuiiuiii touuihuu nnu ucuce inc-- I folu.nl organ receive proper nourith incnt. Iho organs becotao vitalized, all nmintural drams cr ljsres cease and manly retnre. Mo teninonirv out n- permanent cure abjured. NO (XUK. NO PAY. NO OPERATION Si: NO DETEJf TIU.V bj FKOil LUSIX53. trcrt and euro Iy S Si I our values your standard, p S Makeyou will find every day needs pa, at every day J fei CURES GUARANTEED h liiiiii.i, luiiMiufts. urnicrtTKK. Wo LOSSES, AND 1 NKY diresfof. CONSULTATION! no'JixX I UKE. CHABOESI to mil. irrirn MOJlERATE. If 111 STION llLAN'K for UOitE nal luruicsii, vaiucocele. semi ULAUDKl; KID-- bYPHILlS. jtirn VllEA'silEJi'i'. 2 Kennedys Kergan S 122 W. FOURTH CINCINNATI, DKS. M m S73 J m 1 Itairtu I sm&&s&m o. ST., Iu addition to these, many grocers sell what they call their own private or special brands. These powders are put up for the grocer, and his name put upon the labels by manufacturers of alum powders. These manufaturers, it is said, find their efforts to market their goods in this way gre.ttly aided by the ambition of the grocer to sell a powder with his own name ujon the label, especially as ho can make an obuormal profit upon it. Mnny grocers, do not know that the powders they are thus pushing are alum powders the sale of which would be a misdemeanor under the law referred to. It is quite impossible to give the names of all the alum baking powders. fhey are constantly appearing in all sorts of disguises, under different names and at all kinds of prices, even as low as five and ten cents a pound. They cau b avoided, however, by the housekeeper who will bear in mind that all baking powders sold nt twenty-fiv- e cents or less per pound are liable to contain alum, as pure cream of tar tar powders cannot be produced at any- thing like this price. Without engineer, fireman or any human freight, "'dinky" engine No. 623 stole from the round house of the Pennsylvania road, nt Louisville, re cently, and when it came to a standmilesstill, had traveled twenty-fivFire had been left in the engine, and the throttle had been forced open It crossed the Pennsylvania bridge and e PIT ing daily our new liue of Art "We are receiv- ATlvL AI1 rillM nil W ii iiu i 13 uii iiiai llj iH, V a S B ft M B X U Is our aim, the goods behind our promise is our living s 11 j LIE mm passed through .Teffcrsonville before the fire died out and the water cooled. It is estimated that the engine went at the rate of sixty miles an hour. Fortunately, there were no collision or accident. a Cold in line Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. 25c. E. W. Grove's sigoct'N5-Gnature is on each box. To Cure mm wiLiiess. ing, and Framing Materials,, 3 ESI in all the new- est colors and For designs in endless varieties, Furnia first-clas- s such as Mouldings, Mat Ml Boards, (40 different colors and finishes), Metal Corners, find Store, etc., that we make up in any mm conceivable style that you mm may desire your pictures mm framed. In ready made frames we carry the largest mis and best assorted line that we have ever heretofore carried, we ail at low prices, Twr are mm Sfr3J simply the only people in this city correctly lixed for the TO BIGGERSTAFF & OLDHAM. SUCCESSOR Picture Framing business, m when you call and inspect our stocK 3ou will certainly give UNDERTAKING mm us credit with not over-sta- t mg tne lacts. vve nave m LINE COMPLETE. stock Special Picture Glass. Jfn forget that we also Day Phone 76. make to order AVin- Night 136. ,1 Ol uuw oiuues. nT t; cur-i- n u wm stock a lanre line of mm IT cheap and medium quality lap in man3r shades of colors, frUlB lengths and widths.) . .11 . .r 1 .. . nr r r Wall Paper, Window Shades, lfn f rr Picture Frames, Paints, Oils ta rta rtta ftiiia rjftiJta E131TaE3EaE3ftHBrliiBimB and Glass. Stock the Largest Prices the Lowest. Picture Fram- WW anything and everything 1 kept in ture you will it at 1 w.s . OLDHAM': I m , . r- -i 1 1 - n Tl I nf 1 r . . I m 203 W. Sin STREET. RICHMOND. KY. Tie Mm Md m&m k, OF LEXINGTON, KY. 3 $198,538.22 Paid in Living Benefits. $ 80,819.16 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. PLAN e T. C. Lovvry, m The hww oi lile Insurance. 1 ? I Wo pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Companies pay to the estates of deceased. Largest profits consistent with safety and couservatism. Every precaution for the protection of tho investor. For particulars apply to ...... $eea$Row Storm 1 Pretty Children iuuuii i. ng J sfwacr? w O m m K.SMITH BOlAZ7vmN, SECRETARY. LEXINGTON. MRS. A. T. MILLION, Local Agent, Rlcbmond, Ky. KY. P3 r f liOKn iMiei mm 7R WMViAIVIi n i LIZ byaEen-tncfcyAttgrney- -at The Ultra EOK LADIES. Sow Is what you want in preference others. Reasons it and to all blr. ce Ayers hair gives more heat and uses less fuel. It is why you should get no other: It FAD mE built and like a hot air furnace. It has a large radiating surface, more substantially which - circu- . wm mm "t w Hp hs vipp Oil mill SHORT LINE TC lates the air rapidly and heats the rooms evenly. Itisadouble ?k xwy t.n..in!, ,4l New Orleans-- good-natur- ed grood-nitur- cd Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AST) CALIFORNIA. Pullraaa Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Loals- vlua CTeryfTaarsaay cigui ana runs mrouga Ak Vour ticket agent for particulars or wrlf e to K H. Fonlar, TravcllBg Passenger Agent, t.nlvl!,l.V Ch&!r Cars LoaiiriHa to Free RfcHnloir Hewphla m Hew o ians. A. H. HANSON. 7x Ni from ashes, as it is carried away by the mm hi patent ash hue. It has perfect regula tion and easy to op erate. The design ' of the stove is per-' fect. The blackiner of the outside faeinT never burns off and is bright all the year round. For sale by i "- heater. No dirt Dr. Louis landman wNaK 11 m wmm i mm, Main " Street, Richmond, Ky. TOR ,- " y, . O. P. Ai, Clicao. W.H. A. KELL0ND, A. Q. P. LoalivlUc Ts.fwTsfs 7f TfvfVfs 7v Pr'nt Shows through BewareSfof (heHtslSr' C3rHlhat" FlMPEniSHABLEiCAPITAL't poned to Jannary 4,. on accountof t CttaiO(ecHry proximity to tV.bjHolIdays and nbse&ce S1HJU0 a msv iiieaiizea io oi'Bouie niemuers; atfncrcury wfjl'surelvSestroy tho sew Alisses Marnier and Delia Johnson Ware. ui puieii iiuu jxui"i'i'iiey ijicjauno a .'...e Proprietor. rattstne uovemoruid wronc UutAcx- $9QIf&run!Ed&:ttioif J. C. CUKNAULT. and FlorolicelMliler, Messrs. El Teai wnoia system wiim 8 Manager. discs him on the eroun I that possiblv .Business X. D. MILLUR u s HiiaceJSBeJi 9 t h ro u ghe-fiuc- o itmk; ley, ueoruo Ujck aud llenrv isiack? above 98 Editor. no was overpereunded by petitioners for There is nothing more all from mrbourvllle.will bo tho guesta by hundreds statement liiw4ecii Busi- tides shuuld never be used except on C. E. WOODS. ol graduates of the as tho pardon, and that the latter are to from reputablo phj'sic-fan- s. of Llisses Aci'sah and Sennra Black. ness or the Shorthand aud Typewriting 8 pleasing. to look upon than a iiear WhitaJJnJI.Jhiscounty, durinz departments of the famous Commer- - prescriptions damage they will do is ten SO 1899. hlaiiinr WeffJsrrwlrytllLese-iirbqii- s as the "vkdnesi)ay:tec. 2o, a such exist should share the responif irddoJtliecgoM-X- n cfaH. otlego-o- fBy me iiuniiiiys. aa sibility, hut it is an assumption to say hearty, ruddy face, gained A uatarrn :ure, as that responsible parties endorsed the honest toiU They aye the . jTho douce .g'yeiULnncastfir in8t and who are occupying line positions. rive from them by wall's Olicnj' ao f UHLiaUKUSVrK J. KoratulpguerHHiUiHdrparticular8 j?eM wiisV petition to the Governor. It was his as O.J ntoiunriSeSiirj', imlljs dreoulKVMllmiiltrSniitfi. lxin-Qel( lfifi-si- e. os the nation, these' SaxtunV Orchestra Yurnislit-dlfTi- r dutv to investiirite a matter 80 eerious, saving The rtaken internally, 'airigHhTectl ton. Keiituckv. 98 for- bin c.Ieiiieney Quid itoUJiuvtsbeeu. Several v- untr ladies and centleaa sexes, strug- - nnetrafmtii H"'litntnrejwtiftgpjiyent-- the bTood and mucous FUrfnces of the man wno ytoders of both as extendmt to an nbte-io(ii4 heJesUreseRt-ta-&i4(- e as M ssrs. Rotit. ,v 'ii.vi(ir and Joe w. crjine for which gltngfor daily bread. IMfilt VKAH:; 1MCU b $1.50; Foinu!Hteilhor -- OS We have btuji ttske! bygone of jour "Cure be sure vnu get the genuine. It is Todd 'was sentenced, to life1inptison-ment- . tlie Richmond KeaiferH to name aa 'Putt blood makes ihem &Hc io keep vp' Vntts- wero" anvon taken iuteritaltyT aud made.. in Toledo,. ' the liiiiStsuStahle-'peri-.iii-ji- l " Axi exceptional opporUtintj'TTorJihtr ; as the doSy round of dtdy at home, shop ct tepjsenialiv? to prebeiit to his Ron for the Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testi OS Thk HoorH mi! whipping tlio Hiititli 'lUiftGnvcj-a'ishould haveglven store. 1VV0,. Hi Ilo.lidiiy Season. 21 atd monials free. .. yii.-ia . aa Hiss'Mutfie Ti b'le iiii'et'iMiixiiritry yi-aThe. first on the list, the blood hes s. taint or 'irn- -: . itiht If Uxitutli. The Uniifl NattM sue uliiji wme iiidinitlon that he delretl iufTirV Q v a- - nuinler ,nf .Wwnis-iah- t Vi.thout any ' Sold Tiv Dr'uegi8ts.pric'e'75c"per bott'e when Lnundoreti oN?b! -- UTchrnond bmit to uet nuniul. I'liiltnpiijiw t il'aili. lu-t- ti liiiiif to the little folks is the and case, .at leart slpnifd parity, or a run damn feeling comes1 brr, pleasant as n.apDir nlwfinhe we noiii lifiu' tvriirf'se'nt his Hall's FainilyTills are; the best. lnl her, limne on the fit'el CIS ', litiini is Muhl. bill tire tuIu ihe one remedy is Hood's SzrsaparitU,'-America- 'Friday iiuhihooo ei have- - Kiven ihtt wlio- - opniseilit m ateain Jjiuudrv, 'siinply becnuse wo is reVlsei in tin RM.iifftl. Greatest Medicine for the blood. MfiEdPu p'ke. Among those present Viy with a paid up bunfCTipuoii to the chance to be benad. Gov. Taylor 1ms Mesi-....... l.ytla' Terry, of LonisvilTe A Kensington sewer. djgger.Ia, like- findcrstan'd .our. business,' aid. dot tbe -grave 11. intake in blood tvzs so were a Just ina.ie a similar , Poor Blood "3Ty a v Hon. W 11 smith.uIo if just lionit-ft'oi- i pan oiiiiip McNamara. of Lexington, poor tfut in hottest toezther J felt cold. ands. Elizabeth- Can-- of l.eMiiiun. nnd . Ho piiijiii;iitip.li,.eitiier 'luiry, okly,. wise he'spoet. When he ' isu' laying a Me-sr(oix- HIakene and. I.iter ur luoiikiiiy, iituvit in. 11413 vj o. ui pipe jiipin'g a lay"."' rigTit tbing for'OUr ctlstduiers. " ' aa, iMscuverH llirt'f md Ills panlon is criticised more I'liiiatK"- - mys l ' Hood's SirsaparilU mzdc me wArm. It is Ierrjof IouisvIIe Orope'"0'r im Mielby Recordi Kiirope,' Arbpe,' Ifope, things tti lik"t : Cliim.i is for Itrynn ; a Miyerelv than is Gov. Uradley'a right cduruarc-witt- i Thdnevv depot at j, aiii.M Kiil'Iu tV war on the lloerV; ee elsewhero how Col. nckinridge theTaylor,thing in the right place." Hktlie Work Fine Miss Lucy Allium, a chnrjiitnc bru Stinui'i, can Carefully rend week aftar; neariug coTjipletipn,.Kuttawa is rapidly aac. .v i,; Woodstown, N. J. . C9 lurJOirus. nml iliat its ido' is Carter Hanison. nette, ol IthUiinnnd. visited the far.iilv te's after Gov. Ta' lor Such pardons J. 8 of I. C. ltu'ckei" this week havo a tendency- - to breed tho. mob Miss Eliza Week joy ine ycung. man, be wilt .rer ao Is AVorih'muc'h.'biit costs little when N ..- of Iiis kind Raiil ppjirit. OWHXS iilnl oiIii-iaa ; Rucker returned home Sunday after a ceive a course of lectures, both iu"learn: 6f ea that m done by m. We can and will give you iniiurwimtely alter the election that delightful visit to Versailles, Lexing Ine'and language, give- bfminstilittrotl us at pardon' (i.ii'bellMii was forever ile.nl. 18ii t it. iw FkahIjKS but always fair. tlie Slan-for- d Illustrating the old familiar stories of mm" IT ton" and Jticlimoml-.JHi- ss " hViVn'i'f'ir1 as Estelle etlucafloti- conlil SATISFACTION, aa trifle utiwaiiliv 011 tli" intrt of the latq, paintfGov-erno- r and l'oyntz, of Mt. bterhng. viho has been some more. Besides this, ho will iearu ' Mother Goose, Rip Van Winkle and llood'i lllli can Urn ills ; the Interior Journal thus OEto love his country aud be a patriot aa Mnj ir to make war upon :i corpse? 15. Taylor, ' wars and all." It wisely caly CAthutie to txko with Jlood'i 8arnprllUl visuinn nirs. same re exacting-yo- u deuiHKojniet" be "will be rio'uiatler-homay be. tn They are also s.iitable for J JS'ewlon, it) ()oitoii Jeral!. turned liomo this week. Pdint Lick instead ol a aim welt discriminates between linn tauslttt'ouso'tlieriKUt Of Bnffrage aa coudh pillows. Republican predecessor. Gov and his Enterprise. , .!. FoaTiiK.FiB.S.EX gently,-aii-d ay of for tho l'liiLADKU'lii v. Juiih 1!), is tlie place Uradley. who once said that Hill Tay- publican for the first time in its aa The following invitations have" been aa ?p.eal iacilities loi fine work. ami time un onuinal free silver Itepub-lii-a- lor could not .pass a Givil Service ex history. : :' -' issuedr die wllllenm JtO detect and, despise the McUiuW-y- , t will be norninateil for amination and wasn't worthy to.'dine TO KEBUKE THE GOVEnSOR, . Mr. aort Wrs. G,g. p.eatherage .hypocrite, (lie traitor, the dissembler, as ' RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY. . A "request your presence President for an original free silver at 'his table: '.(, .. From the general discussion about aim 10 upuoiu liquor auti iruiu at wirai-e've- ir at the W. S. Tavlor will-- be inaugurated Democrat to inpt and defeat nest who- wislies- bis 80a- - . cost: ""A , marriage ot their daughter, the streets, hotels, and what could be at, des- governor of Kentucky which November. In this not "manifest Pearl, bov to becoulo more manly, more in as heard during the day it seemed that .. will mark ther darkest hour in the tiny," or is it 'criminal asrgretsKioii?" e Ladies' plain white hemstitched handker-chief- s, telligent, and 11 true Vme.rigan,. cannot Mr. F. P. Sfnlfh, State's history.. Uncouth, unlettered many more men would vote against the ; ej 4c.do better than to advise lii m to" marry Republican nominee, who had intended lloopeston. 111., aa Mil. Kie Oldham, of WabliitiRton and unlearned, "with a repulsive person to voto for him, to show their disapat twevle o'clock. eariy and always read the Ladies' embroidered and hemstitched December ttrenty-sixtCity, will please airept onr gratnful ality and the manners ol a monkey, proval of Governor Taylor's action, This advitecosts $1'25 per year.cafch-fi- i Eighteen Hundred. aud Ninctj-nlne Shearer'plff-- 1 for 11 cnrefiilly prepared, type- with no idea above a narrow minded than there wero voters in Precinct B tliiinks handkerchiefs, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25c ; advance, the Climax .ijeiug dimply a at the Platwoods Church, Notice Sale-- In ti written article upon the opening of partisanship and no claim to more Waco, Ky. . premium lliro.wn m, lor goojii pleasure. - ," Delt.S Ladies' n, BltOWN MAN SAYS, BE COSIlJ embroidered and hemWHAT A Congress and tlio Roberts Polygamy thaiLA certain kind of shrewdness pean Aa one stroncr Brown Democrat said: Byvlrtnaof at Jndgment and Order ot sale- ac stitched handkerchiefs, 25c. An Exhibition Without a Parallel, Hasn't case. Unfortunately we were over- culiar to big class, he is as unfit as he court, rendered at the ot the Madison circuit h all-line- n Dai!y,.by maiX . Tasted Food .in Months. crowded at the time and could not could possibly De to occupy the exalted "It seems pretty rouuh to make a light '."ti jwr.. December Term thereof. 1893. in the above Ladies' lace edge and hemea spare the two columns of spaco neces- position 01 governor 01 a great State. for honesty m politics, win the light style cause, the undersigned will. on ( The little negro iockey wiio lastJune stitched handkerchiefs, 25c. ae sary to print his really meritorious con- ThouEh a. bitter partisan, Gov. Bradley against terrific odds, and then by the Daily and Sunday, by mail SSajear. uev. carter lieim closed a aa was born and bred a gentleman ana first fruits of the victory have Maj. YV. meeting at GeorgetownJones seyenty drank concentrated lye and destroyed withWEDNESDAY, JAN. 3, 1900, Ladies' plain all-line-n tribution. handkerchiefs, 10c. a tlie power to swallow, and who has hoeide? being vested in the ways of a C. Owens nominated for Congress by auumons. 1 afc teen subsisting for six Week's wholly Men's colored bordered .handkerchiefs, centfeiuan. is a man" of sterling sense the Brown men and Itepublicans, and Between the hours of lOo'clock.'a. m.. and 1 co Thk Currency Hill, declaring out- and'kaq tried to rondutt the affairs of Squire W. J. McNamara pardoned by a Kext Sunday morning at the First upon the milk passed directly in to-- his o'clock, p. m , on the premises- - hereinafter a 5 and l'Oc. right f ir Gold Standard, was pased bv State so as to niailitanf its Inch rentt Republican Governor. 1 had intended Presbyterian church a special co lec stomach through a rubber. nlno inserted aa described in jiladtson county, Ky. , proceed to expose to public sale, to tne nlgneslb: idder. the ar Men's white hemstitched handkerchiefs, the House Monday by a vote of 100 to taticu, but Taylor is possessed of none to vote for Owens, but I tliiuk I'll just tion will be taken up for tliq.beneflt of in his body abo ve the navel, tias'turned O follonlnc uqscribed property, viz. r 150 his mislorunc to good account. He Tho followinc were th only of the attributes of statesmanship a aeserviug charity. 5, 10 and 20c. 90 A certain tract or parcel of land lying and B.... Democrats voting for the bill: Clayton is uounu to prove an incubus on and vote for Gayle this time." trees about our streets-carrvini- r a buck Is the greatest Sunday .News-- - being in Madison county, Ky., near the waters aa the Men's - all-line- n hemstitched handkerLlder J.T. Tunin has. resign ed his et of milk, nnd for a penny will step to. LOOKS LIKE I'AYIXO POLITICAL DEBTS. ao (X. Y) Dennv. (Md,) l)riKgs, (X. Y) State and a disgrace to ot Tate's Creek, containing 60 acres, more or paper in 'the World"; the ao less, ana adjoining tne tana, sold to watts i& Kitzserald. (N. Y..) Knppert, (N. Y ,) helped to put him in power.crowd that There wero during the gubernatorial pastorate at Panola Baatist Church. ouo side, introduce the rubber tube. chiefs, 25e. v by Wm. M. Irvine, G. J. White's land It is. in cauvasB many rumors of political deals aud Elder McCracken, of Laifrel coun into tho bucket,. and by a sort of syphon Walker Scudder, IN. Y..) Thayer. (Mass.,) Wil deed, a sad day for- Kentucky, but we and the. land ot Dickerson. &c. The land is Men's Japanese silk, fancy- - bordered copy. at son. (N. 1 .) .Levv.(. 1.,) unuerliili are not without hope, in regard to this pardon; it was current- ty, wilt act as pastor for tltG eusuin process take a Quantity of the milk into--: Price 5c to satisfy the debts of Sarah F Elmore. sold since the Legls as ' "" handkerchiefs, 10c. dee'd., remainder if any, to be distributed to influences in year. (X. Y.,) MeAleer.(l'a.) that ins sioiuacu as easily as a person u lature win likely correct the great ly reportedoffered certain for Taylor and The pastor ... the heirs Pi Sarah F. Elmore. to go Lexington .. drinks from a cup. The sight is most By mail, 52 a year. and members of the old Men's Japanese silk, initial corner liand- to vrong mat nas Deen prepetrated." a TERMS l be made on a credit ot six fc Milward upon the condition that McNa- Paint Lick church have adopted the rare and it is probable that some- circus ' : ' " kerchiefs, 10c. .Ti'se Gayle, Dumocrnt, on Monday, and twelve months in equal installments. ADDRESS j ': Those rushould be aud hire . The purchaser will be reauired to eive bond. defeated Bill Owens. Urown Democrat Hie Itepublicans of the House of mara could not bepardoned. and 60 were novel plan ol having prayer meeting will come along' to travel tbo little with approved security, for of the living" skeleton verified Men's Plaid Mufflers, 25c ) mors witli its who ran under tlio Republican log Represetntives, led by a member from .th'e;.$un,';" uuriiiR ine winter mourns at I no Homes purchase money, to have tho force and effect ar Ladies"' Suspenders with cabin fur Omurer.s for tho seat ren Indiana whose name is Crumpacfcer, not printed. Whether the action of of different members. .Paint Link En side show. of a Judgment, bearing legal interest from the buckets, aa l'rom June until October he wjisNEW YORK, JI. Y iay ot ;aie, wun a ucd reserved upon said dered vacant by the death of Evan propose to cut down the Kepresentation Governor Taylor within tho first week terprise. a ; .10 and 25c property until all the purchase money is paid. aa... kept alive. by various expedients, but au Fettle, in the Seventh DMrict. . Gayle of thosefcitatea that have discriminated of his administration is due to such Rev. T. Q. Martin will deliver his finally the passage to the stomach be- dec20-28. E. SCOTT, M. C M C. C. promises or to the fact that the conLadies' Pompadour Combs, o.aud 15e.'. won by about 4.C00. only aliout 100 less against tho negro lis Mississippi has . or farewell than GoelM-l'r-i muj ritv in November in done witli her "understanding" clause. gressional race comes off tomorrow, he theMt. serinart in Madison county at caine'Strictured. the throat havina.bcen ao , .. Fancy Towels, 15, 20, 25 and-35e- . Pleasant church Tlio public. burned up already by Sc to the influence of those in whom the same clitrii t Kvery tnuntvt went and as Louisiana lias done under her Quiltted Red Satin Slippers, Hired and confidence in Ixsxingtou and a real ami especially tne memberst)! the con nad swallowed by mistakeand nu oper has fnr Gayle. except. Fayntta Which gaYe -- so urauiiratlior clause. The honorable seuse of justice based on the reasons iriegation. are mvlteil to attend. Rev Goal For Site or Rest! ation to save htm from certain starva fur top, $1.50. Oweos LT majority. aa T. Ecton,t)f Winchester, will preach at tion was decided nnou, as "could li'o Insure your dwellings, barns ami other propV fouiuiation forliis raid bv reouIrinK the4 ':.T J"7.. " V, oas.. I a.!?', Red House Friday evening at early longer swallow food of any he Plain Brown Felt Slipper, lined and fur I erty itrthe BLUE CRASS INSURANCE . ...j , be, ... .... description. director of the census to report the vot- don, candle-ligh- t. S"kstou Hkhok was piven the aa Lexington., Ky., a home Institution. Rev. James Barley has Accordingly an incision was niadfriust Having decided to quit business on account topi $1.00. aa Gives protection against of the committee on Indian ing poptilaltitii of the several States in oped later. ueeu cuiieu some pastorate ot tne alt. below the sternum or breast bone ike of my ill health. I will sell or rent mv Coal 93 Carpet Fringe, 9c a yd. depredations, which supplies him with a separate table. They then propose to Yard, situated on Orchard Street and running Pleasant Christian chuch for the com stomach, nil shriveled up from inac- FIRE,i,IGIlTNING AND TOBNABO. gvnd cleikship for one of hid friends. act unaer tne terms ot tlie tourteeuth particulars ap uacKioi a: :, rauroao. a :9 nig year. Small Table Covers, 40c. - iivny, was lilted out and an opening No assessment. calls on members when losses ply at residence or' coal yard. . . amendment, which savs the basis ol Pantaprnpli. ' decn-4luto-tu" occur to otber" members and no Initiation fee 1 ue Jsoutnern Evangelist is a ticw. inane 10 aumic a ruDoer tune, representation shall be- reduced if the. There ii evidently more satisfaction an Is at homo from I'resbytenau paper, published at Lex tubo- fresh milk was poured and the charged to become aroeaiberotcotupany. for Th Hol tin.-company to the I'atitaurapb in the last line than voto at any election be in any way Cliicao.W.B. Smith ington by two C. U. boys,. Rev. W. O poor boy. instantly ezperieccd.11 seuse. cheapest and most reliable operating In- the people ot out ccurrty, now aa the If 3'ou want to give a handsome Xioas auruiucii. the first of the above announcement p aca of relief. At first ouly a State, and gets cheaper every year, falling to Shewmaker, and Rev. The particular targets of tho .Republint (). what h fall is this? When inn Miss Katio Blanton is visiting. In Logan. Rev. editor, Thompson Clias. A was poured in, but after a few" days a a9 Oa.. presen t. and one very acceptable, come after the first year. T. C. e lican sharpshooters will be Mississippi Harrodsburg. Is'an as a For further information, call on their agent antLpurchase one of our figured satin sociate eouor add (j. Morton Craft, quart of milk was thus given three and collector, 3.K. B. Black, nttorney-at-lamid Louisiana. aa In Mississippi the thus houorel? Indian depredations!") aa a coins: down his Richmond; Ky., 00306 00 Main Street, opposite Miss Florence Chennult was in "Iex- - Managing Editor, It- - costs oplv 75 times n voice must tie ante to understand a damasks table linen and napkins to ja cents per year, less than half the price throat! When tins novel" .method, of Court House, neit dwr to"State Bank & Trust public that she will not tolerate hunters on her Cause of the State constitution when it iugtpn Saturday. ea Company, upstairs. matclf, $S.00 per set. farm. Any person caught on the premises with 01 oiuer religious journals, although it feeding him first began the boy was to Mlhs Mary Bennett Pres a gun will prosecuted to the full extent of the Tiierb may be iiibbHiiir over the iread to hlmhis. amount of underaa standing be decided by the election a visit to Lexington. is at home from contains 10 handsomo pages. - The literally skip and bones. His limbs maK?I-l- y C. C BOSWOBXH. Bec'jr. law. ea Demo sriitk contest liefore the legisla-- 1 olllcers. As a result of the cause usual omplalut- 'can't take a church beiilg no larger than his wrist, the eyes the as lire if it is fought on --the. grounds, of numberof voters dwindled in the Con Mr. Tli os. Ballard, of Lexington, is paper because it is to .high." cannot be Bunnell line a corpse and tiis rinsAs 9a The above are Special Holiday aa o mil! Iwmi, ImllntP. but flinm gressional a skeletons. He weighed then aO given as an excuse now, by Presbyteri- plain-a18US to 30,000, out of visiting tu Hicbmoud vote of Leaders and should interest every ....Cti would be no doubt . of the outcome if a poesible vote of 271.000 according to ans, as this is the cheapest and one of possibly 65 or GO pounds. Ho now ,.,. .. i as ,.: iiin census of 18'J0. In. Louisiana tT. .1. Misses Helen and Laura Bennett t weiirfis about 05 "and fs as 's6rv' asla purchaser. We can please you. -ine ieniociaiH iu'cmhi muir t voters have returned home. wholly upon the use of the military by iitist read and write, but all who kitten. Asa freitk this is prbbably-thoa Barred Plymouth Respectfully, were ae the Republicans. Ir don't matter "a voters iu IMj and tltelrsonsaiidjrraud-'onsma- y greatest ever in Judge Turpiu is visiting friends at 4 rout whether the Hii.lwrs iliil aiiytliTng Cumberland Oap, J eun. as vote whether they are Mammoth Pr'ocram aao... And no ate or. nor. This enables all illiteror not- - 'I bev were 0 The "TRUE BLUE" Strain. whites ! Mr Joe Joplin, of Lexington, is visit Wm.p.Mont-goinerNearly" iw'o hundred people attended MoxtoomerV-Eads- . true Democrat will nticmpt to ile,enil. o vote. In the Congressional election -y ing .Misses Dora Kussell. aud of Jessaiiiiue, aud Miss Walda' mis. j. fi. tsiiearers school entertain their tle nt e.ei"ioiJ itf tin land of th" f 18!3 only X5. 125 persons voted, out Cockerels for sal&SLOO, Trios 1 free and hosne of tlio 1iruvV- - Hint j Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith and daughter, J'.ads, daughter ot JOUn Eads, of Paint ment last Pridny noar Red- House, ti 2oO,5U3 possible Voters ountt-- in $5.00. This completes 1113'' 21st Lick, were. married, December 10, at anu,.at icn cents. ,au mission .each, the ...oiS is btiniiVlo uitu" , Miss Evelyn, are veiling in Ljuisvillo. IS!i. v t? year of breeding1 the one vasum raised will go toward buying a .Nicholas viile. As the basis of representation in on-- i . ."1... . Mr. Will Wulker, of Lancaster was ..i...... t.l 3 iiumij. ivi aiv ccnuui. Luirianis were WtLSON-PiiATini- K. TltV Danville A'lvocale 'ji liailiisom-trui- te zi'efcs is now 14,UX and will be Inciter, riety exclusively. Miss Ida" Pref mQ Klilion ivic iiiiemories of the this .would on tho face of the bltuatloii in Richmond last week un "busiuess." daughter of Edward Prather" and uung across tne prattoini wiiicii" gave Imm)iii times of 'tyi ''.11 uin-newspapers reduce tho two States to one member Mr. ami Mrs. C. T. Fox are delMited Edwin Wilson, son of Please Wilson, tne ecnooi ouiKiing a tiicatncal .p- MRS. M. F.ARBUCKLE, ..t. utrovu tnniio each Miner uith duwu ou the an 01- - aco, were married Thursday pearance aiutjuued to. the Interest in each, but it will do nothm of the with their uow Bilvc'r Creel, Madison Co , Ky. each, recitation or Bong. Tho follon- m mid M'ttetis ot their respect- kind, because all of the Suites, or near farm." last am0e O 9om oiiiiiiiimmmmii noV23--ji- n " eccaessvaeseasosessessaeaesacsoeseooeagoa o ive inr nrocram. neatlv tied with' a ninti It hs bJ-i- i years since any. ly all, have-nom- e restiictions that onerfamily are 111 Mr. V: R. ribbon',' fells what happened at Green lil the Slate sent out il lliatell to ate to abridge the richt to vote. If a Xicholasvillo Lelchor and visiting Mrs Huthcrfurd 1(5 UaK on tins memorable occasion . biit I).iti.vjUev i)Oginnln bo lnado In Mis ssinni ami Douglas, the Ailvoi-Hte'- " .1 . .. Lord's Prayer.- is a rtiiiMiuiivftil pl.uf-- , ami the Advo-cLouisiana, it is bearcely probably that a-Mrs; N. G. Todd, daughter Put Ofirofr--- a; Todd. attending rr'jicrthajTuniec Miss Sadie Haughmqn who is e cores know no such word as oe canwi uutn of our good friend, Rev. E. P. Benton, To sMAJ . .AJis Xon ' full," hence 4 lie micccni of this veil-uir- naii. win JIassachusetts tlie represeittaschool at Paris Is home for the tions of and Pennsyluieu at. .urassueid on tlie nth iust. iooouy s uniiu . . .. susan Shearer and coinpletcucfS. has, never been vania aro rfdnced. In Massachusetts holidays. leaving a husband, three children, ro Sir . surw-etone by u countrv journal here or tlie voter must be able to read and Mrs Robert McKee, of Lawrenre- - parents aud . two sisters to mourn her S'UriCIIalcflaCari' A uiiinber of extracts ot write, and in Pennsylvania hereabouts he mtist huru, is visiting her mother, Mrs. ead death. Though onljr' 27" years"' ol The Iast Ifyiiin 8 Wedding -- 3 .Tableau loin local inieruNt appear in ihio and Have paid a tax within two veare. Edna Yates. age she was a consistent, tsiirlstlan; r ewsThumb ... Boys . . Song of the Climax. both provisions reduce the numberof mcetiug the resnonsiblliti Afltfn n ith cjettiers fctory . Anna liucuely Miss Annie Frazee is attending a voters, and if Mississippi and Louisiana a fortitude that is rarely displayed by- fccholars Convention . . Dialonm- Tub first pardon granted by Gov. nre treated to a dose of the Fourteenth bouse party given by Mrs. At. A. Ken-ne- OT1A an J T?oVa ..... T'. lv Vfiiim'r . ... f. " .Hill ueu, v line apu .nine . ...unii at Danville. Taylor, Hint to McK mara, of Lexing- amendment, Massachusetts and Penn v. is. 1,10yd conducted tile luneral lilack8miih's'Story . . . Lucy Scu"dd9r' ton. Iia roueil the bitterest resent-mrf-- jt sylvauia niuxt take some of the none .Messrs. Wm. Bennett and Evan S, services after which air that "was mor My way is uiouiiy . . . . i j- - . fcong of iicople of all parties In hnedicine. This McCord left on Sunda3 for Armstrong, tal of this dutiful wifc illother; daught Grandma's Visit Dialogue Favette. Kveu Hi ly UreckinridgaV tlOi Mo , on business. er and sister were laid 10 rest id Ifed lag Cabin In. Tho Lane tiolo As in. Hie case QL'Goebel canlesting which wnrmly supportetlTaylor, jutper. ' faithrtlope- - and Lcr-- e ; V . Tableau Mr C. Widney Cobb is quite sick at Hill Cemetery. can illy conceal its wrath. .It is strong- Tayfor's election, if"inatfenT"consider-alif- e' Rights-.- - i .. -- Amoa Ellison Millek. A death that caused sur Hoy's ly hiutod that Taylor was pavini; a poinic"publi(ans"hose: 'ox is Ihe home of his father, Mr. Harvey prise . and regret was. that of .Professor Krisivjiukle , Cobb, at Red House. litic d debt by releasing McNamara, gored." Trials Ofa Canvasser . . . '. Dialogue but it may act like a boomerang on the ..... Mrs. David Russell Tevis informally Rice Miller,, who. died,, in Jessamine. ..... itnc STATE POLITICAL.IWATTERS. inachine-tiiRd- e last Tuesdav of typhoid fever. De . ". rswoor iianrrv Iw11. utiio up executive aml sbuvy entertained Mrs. Evan S. McCord, at v Jvatie'Hnguoly t ceased was educated at Central Uniof the unrighteous ways a'liil fiome wntst, i?nuay aiternoon. : Jilay Powell versity, graduated with the class of 03, 1110 uatesAjar uieauR by which Fayette county was Feels and Figures, . Mr. and Mrs. John B. Chennult are with Uuerraut, Lackey, Lotrrey, Jones, Autumn Leayes , , colo nearly put in tlie Republican column 1 . Anna llaxfe'r visiting the hitter's parents, Mr. and and other Times. J students Trusts at the late election. ElsevhcroN we ' : : Dialogue The burial took place in tjifs city on' 8veet Bck'itiet . .' ', ', - If any man believes- that the euber. Mrs. Burgess, at Maysville. print Col. IfrerkiiiridgeV opllduu -. Mabel bloward ' mipardonante p inlon. rroi Miner was oncerpnn-cina- l TheSkdptfc y natorial fh'ht wasn't a cracknr.lncL- - lm Our immense store is now filled to overMr. Robt. S. Taylor left to iiiursuay. the CmnnhnllsvtltA ; An no, if ugueley of H;l. Dixie. . . sbpulil j?et rid ofhaajjdea as fast as spend tne holidays witli relatives in flowing with the newest, most attractive and cschool and Iaterr probably. n'rL'to ihe The Guardian Angel. Tableau Our assortmentof. Ladies' jackets, Furs, puioiMia. ji us tue iuosi. neariDreaK. iayette and Clark counties. useful-articletime yf li(sdeatli,was at the head of the Show Him Your Hands . SuBati Shearer s ing-rnfor ever run for governor, and. Capes, Children'.s. Wraps, of all. descrip-'tions- rMiss Annie Neale Bcnnctte has re Hardin Collegiate Institute of Central How Ruby Played ". . Marfan No land -. wiiii exceptional tne Dresidential con turned to Richmond after a pleasaut university, at jlzabetlitown. . . . . . . David Marshal Speech -- We hrfve not. the time to describe, It was testOfUG, the most Uesnerate ofnuv . LizzieiCaylcr at this place he .yvooed and wotOIfss Speech. . and alljthe political battles ever fought visit so l'ranKtort and .Lexington. etich article, but can safely say. that, we ' Elizabeth layne, a moat esti triable Two-Fortttacuei At ine vyeii, . . . Tableaux ;' 6ir tlie tiark vantl bloody bunting After a pleasant visit to Mrs. Sam young y have a ' Train . .. ."' . .' Dialogue lady, w4ioraa Jhe bridejofonjy Bennett, at Frankfort, where they Sruunu a year, mourns this untimely death. Laska'. .".'.". : ".".."Kfttie'lltlL'UBlv Lexington .Ky. Four years ago the ,vote in the famous the Goveror's Inauguration, To her and to tho relatives of . Cake Walk . . Little Gitls consistingrofLadies'Desks.Chif-foniers- , iirad!iv-iiardm.iathe stood: Jiisset neien nun Xiaura iietinett re ceased we tender our sympathy de a Marshal 0! Irvine Killed In a Bfiody fight. llradloy :.... -. ..-172,438 turned ou Qhina Cabinets, Book sympathy that has its birth in fondness -- 103,5: iiariiin Mrs. .Mary Neale Thompson loft ior tne lnonir whose death we loo are Tropbl'e that lias been browing for Cases," Rockers, Hall and Libranioritli8 at' IrviniJ reathed'a crisis last called upou to. ninuiu. Mr. a prolracted JJMdieys inai ,nt v s nt' Mrs. (ieorue Jones, of visit to City. aud Tuesday when town marshal, Capt. ry Chairs," Morris Chairs, Jart Kansas On tho face of the official returns, the OiovAxxoLi. Editor Harry Giovari- Park, was.killed, andPxedAsb-crflf- t : .... f . ... f .. ; , 1. t . . Judge French Tiplon and wife havo noil, 01 tlie Danville Advocate, and Edgar diniere Stands" and Screens. 10; uica lur uturuur in "Wallace were badly to Suit every-oneN:in- d bur PRICES" are Taylor1..- ........ s 193,714 rented "tlio Green property on Main wifeare nuisiug the WoundatJiatiTeath Pari; died in twenty ufiu- wounded. ... ..the LOWEST .on.higK;grade , opposi to the Goverumcut build- inflicted when He called their little utesaiidwils buried here m Rfchniond Goebol lJl,33t street, and boy baby to itsyiome beyon'd tha;stafs. on Wednesday. ing; Ashcraft' vas badlyno other firm in the.. City. j. ins poem .01 me lamented I'nyJor:? niawity-.....-.- -. , ;ugene snot, iiiaintesunes bemg.pinidtueu 2,383 D.r, It, Goldstein, the " 1 ,.w1th,:.us. .rW;e '"ai:6.;ffering.?it.Qlect line 9 Goebet'siotalvote in Wis 2707 over tician, win uo at tue Louisville Op Field will fitid-a- ti echo in-- many hearts manynl.apes, but will lecover, owing In a iiotei uiyndon fiirff i.n.. .!,,. tllH auguisu skillful surge,ry. Wallace" was iibt so llHllllll ill UO. of Jackets,-- . following-priees- i. mill to morrow, December 21, lor one day ......V iiin.u:iijMujl that Is noiv the portion of 31r- - and dangprou'sly woUh'tled. - ' The total number of Republican and only. Mrs. Giovannoli; LjsJtnocruucvQtes polled in the iroveni The' terrible affatrV as narrated' by or race of '9a was i33.9fi0. Tim inti Rev. W. F. Smith, of Versailles, Tho little toy dog Is coTereff wKEljusf, tlie citizens, of Irvine, js abuntas foi- Itepubllcan and Democratic voie cast visited friends here this week. He Bat sturdy and staunch ie.stanii; the town marshal, lowe: waPt, was the. former pastor of the Christian AniftheT15Ho tosoldierUredrwith raiit; 1.. w io.wmw, uiio.uno-i- n being, a niaii oC iron, nqrve and un' Domocxatlc-- . and, Republican . totals chureh. And bismuskctmonldslis'his hand.. j daunted "f6uragov sought lb break-u- a : " From 1895 to 1899 the Itepublican guberTune was when the little toy dog was now. "J habit among theyoungmen of creating The many friends of Mr. Alex. natorial .vote increased 2.178 .votes; Denuyr of H Is And the soldier ww passing fair; L publjcrdistnrDau.ees, during tiro same period the Democratic glad to hear of Paint Lick, will be And that was the time vrheaoarLittlo Boy Blue tols and guns on. the. snchis . firing pis! his rapid improvement .street TJis sJtipotHlous iffsja'STiaVp, Vvtr, vote "increased 270T, despite the fact in health. )f their liberties diil'not seeui Kissed them and rAt them there. atteinilleU. ,Our .immense, sforo that 14,0o0 Democrats boiled to" Brown. tD meet "with their approbation "and :' The total vote he s5Id,r Miss Estill Walker, who is teaching "Nor, doa'tyou-go'tll- l they in turn. decided to annoy "1 tp the Uuiit? with, tho publican, Populist and ProhibitionistTin. in a Female Seminary at Holly ijprings, "And don't you make 'ahJnose!,, .is with a view of eitjier testingiiis t So toddling o'H toils'trondlebea;:- ? in.l8i)o; was 38o,0Io. The total vote cast Miss , will probably return .home for 'cl)olce8tvbfkifls; courage or p bringing oti trouble. . At He dreamt ot the pretty toys. 2. the holidays. un least it was confidently 'predicted fwo And, as he va,t dreaming, an anel song ,-- 6 not, uru u, i roiu unionist ana LJlDOr ino'nflis ago that there" wOUIdbo big ' '2j Dr. Moss Gibson returned from Awakened oar Littla Bay Blae- is 405,094, an increase of 20.049 trouble soon nt Irvine and somebody Space prevents us giving a full list of the New York has WHAT TO- GIVE.A' MAN. These figures aie astounding.but they taking a Suuday night-- He in' been Ohl the years a. re many, the year are longa would get hurt, i;v.L coarse medi.; ju tne little, toy Irlesdsl'are true! beautiful things we have this season and inare the 90M facta of the two greatest cine and surgery. ; and. danger, seemed .to... pervade ho : . You fcuo.w- Jhat's( a hard one, battles ever fought in Kentucky. 'fci3' . j. ..1:.... j,...: , .. Ave.r fflfthfnl in TJIITaTIav Tltn. ll,B..i..j vite you .. w And us an early- - call and avoid place. On the evening ot tij'pXragedy; v.uw - butypuiULfinjl btuidreds of things uiey conclusively show that, had it Messrs. W. R. Xeiciier. 'nnd Leslie .., .Xou svilLfindiiu.this lot u complete;. assortment iiaca.lnta8.same old clace ahout Uus'k," Capt. Pa'rk.'as BGludiliTr the rush. You can make your 'purchases not Deen-ior- Democrats knifinc each Evans left Sunday for Montgomery, Awaiting the touch of aiittie hand. inl front of Pert PbwelU store vlleu I crts. ot colors, mpdled. after patterns, of recent T'lr .., at-yo- ur now from a full and complete-stocDemocracy marother. would The smile of alttUe. face:' have Ala., where the former twosbots frQutheoher,flideofthe8treet v . V.' r. ries Miss Annie Pearson. uti'and madeof materials- - thafcwe-care-- : (nuiiipiiedAnd they wonder, as waiting the long years itl.. firiKiug near leisure, delivered any day during the. month u jjjcu, me uuiieis,. tnrongh, eommend-- ' for-- durable weaiM-iPark and eauslnir Powell frt ratnint fur Hon. H.. Ambrose, jmd. family, ol faet such you desire, v COlT. anthedastorthatllttje.chalr,".' BRECKINRIDGE GETS AFTER HIS Windsor, III., will spend Christmas WORTH CONSIDERING. ' safety.' Park, evidently belie'fng he ft .Jfff3s as jwill please and ttfR'acC-tHey6 as was uio tjirgel of the. tissalhuits, .did NEW. GOVERNOR WITH A STICK. with the former's father-in-laMr What ha; become q'tour I.ittleioy"Iue 3 TJie. iiewnpstj, Jbe; variety, tho . well as rrivn rnf,irf sntrfsfnnf.inn in nvi'oo Sinceht'lsed them and pufcthiifcHhltrel t Jesse P. Hall, at Kingston.. not Svait for a raided .his shotgun and emptied bb't'ti .Tfjarels T : Z- - comfort of sh'nppi'pg. tlio qnick before you-- have made ltexington Herald, December lg-- J . Miss Helen B. Terrill returned last a'ttyvo figures just visible In'thejtfrilfght Resolutions of' Respect. -' Saturday from a three weeks visit tn fca purchase, a wrip. " " MlP yout'-mn) service, attention. ihe pardon which was granted across tne street." ss Wheiicas. deatb lias r'p.iiiavaa rinm and two men fell. Ashcraft nierceiLbv Squire V. J. McNamara on Satuidav Mis. S. B. While, in Danville, and the "' Caldwell High Sclrorjl.a valaedna.be- - several, tialls. and Wallace badlv afternoon Dy uov. Taylor was a topic Misses Waide, of Nlcholasville; of general interest on vesterdav. The "We loam that Dr. Patks, late VroFes-6- ioved teacner, Miss Alice- Arnold.there- - AvouudedIt Is said that Park" imtne- ts ssecour -. ior jcaaies ijyou 2 .DON'T -- WAIT concensus of opinion seemed tube that of Chemistry attentral Universi- fore diatcly approached a crowd "on 'ho' think-o- f buying, governor Taylor bad made a grave ty, is now at the head of a flourishing ' Jtetolced, that while we humMv inw corner, and whon- - as close , wja have Butr to until the liig rn'sli ls on. I uiibiane 111 grunting u so quickly and Seuilnaryat Water Valley, Miss He to the wiil; ;pt .God,rj-et3hetn Pob. Wallace-seizeliiin and lo.oiJi'swsVinnl apparently with so little eonsiderat'on. was one of the most papular professor tsinod an lrxetralle-.Iosill.tlie ficullle t'ot the marshal's eun anil COME NOW.MD.SEE.." aud community! TbOKe who were onnased to it H. Uibn .Jlie, latjtir .wa"silfobysooVe.'on'e ever at C. U. LADIES , GENT S AND CHltDfiEM'S BOSIERT lUioiced, tnat vp hereby testify tit ieel tliat hefehbuld have given some Tii the crowd ' Death en'SUe'd in twbhtv Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Phelps and appreciation of her faithfulness and oar minutes. TBI Tames fitindication that 'he desired information this Deptriatexf ' about tho case, should at least have Miss Miuerva Park Puelps are at ness as ,mi instructor of her soble tires of theucnuDlecaiuLeyents.lend-in- c TRT US. OUR 25 China Table. . home from a pleasant visit to Mis. christian JIfe as m example toy the given tnose who opposed it a chance up to it that, would nro Ions this Phelps' Olilt to be hoard A member of Tho Cobb, of parents, Mr. and Mrs Richard young. notice needlessly. Thq above facts. "are Stanford. ilaoiced,. that the sympathies ofubis in harnlony witli the best obtainable re cone to Frankfort tn Herald stall OUIt 50c,"7Gc and $1 Silver securo copieslias the petitions filed GEMT'S FnRWTSHTafr.S 1 ot ports, and we caujJtiLy await trial of Mr. T. H. LUtle. of Richmond, visit Board are extended to the family nf Mm 11. and -. ... . Novyllies. . . tlie signatures to them, and will pub ed last, week, Mr. Archie Beil.ii...Mrs. deceased; thata ebny, o'tbese. ,rsolu- - tieicase ior, tne imi particulars. -- . A XADIES'-DRESS GOODS,..,.;. Hsli them as soon ,as they can. be ob uettie u Jicuowell, of TClchlilbird, is biuua un Duteaii uuuii our iiiiiinrMi.v nnd Marshal Park Vns a Uhioti holdieT, a OUR ladles' nehks, Hook tained. visiting her daughter. Mrs David M. that the. same be published.' Infthe Democrat; antra captafn-o- f a-- voltlnleer "Cusux and a copy cf, the 5aiJereHtto ebbj pany A hat vas xrganieJ iltirl ng tlie Cases, : Cmii s ud aweets. totieiby Keeord. WAS.tT DONE. TO ll.KLT OWj;X8? tho family of the deceased. ' lata Finnish jv.ai;, bjit us, It was tho almost universal 'opinion Rockerd. Mr Tlidmn? Phelps, wife nnd dauirh Mrxoiiixt, CbalruSin, . lieraiiso. of Gov. Uradiey'a appbiiit-rneu'that if the pardon was itranted to aid ter, Miss blmva Park Phelps, of Rich. j yoU maney... , Z. T IlicB, Seoretary'. fe of a LleiitefiaYit 'Uis"lflsWfttl-tMaj. Owens In the race that 1t moua, came Clown tatuiday In"'tbeefvif-w- ar the wholo'corripany1.' ws, a mistake, aim would lose him Kichard Cobb, who had an to see Mr. cWIienftTnan can borrow attack of anmVrel!a PCfipt. Park-jrasoldier,-- . ivid more votes, than it would gain for llim. vertigo urntay. Stanford Journal. Jt's" pretty good evidence th'atihe iilion- iC was irrantw! th. lam Tlie flict .raone.oi tiiesma t,nqud.ied by Capt. divyptilnch it coald be before the. ow. Misses Emily and EarlChennnlt. r TIph. .' . ... . cJ ay ? n ita.i uii UiTs co'niltv). who joiin Turiey, Jen, iiATo luney. election, and the facfthal "Squire McTOsa wold like his wife k peov Hag- xta Look6Ut Moarrii(- - a larine- uiwwiki Chenault. Al en Zarine 220-22- 2 was, one of Maior Ovnn' ana ..-Namara. W. Main .. 1 .. 6ketly wlit be thinks of hiniaelf: lit ri strongest supporters In botli-uii aehiveeit. .that. ira4r..ib.tlM.U4tlaJ bis dancejveo mctJOTu. mtenued tne ewwl given .!k Lancaster last Tuesday a ; lUstoncxepuwjMij- - Teciel previous ce,.roa;Io incline to night. Triajklow who doesn't blow4'owa .Pca: jwp of, Mr. John . Prks, and WM; MAIN tllOPMi6 Ht.lt,We-fur?:sOil- i MB N,9HT WI&NE S3. Infln. r RICMOWD, KI. leaves a UxauY 'arftf number of ' proid!fti thtrWeT Om E. The inetiM of thePiaixte tibial ntufa Lex>on, Ky. publican ori yegfertaV bt'tb Tre- - tohuve Ketm h&d with Mr. R. K,n.,j, TJie young fatbar with brotliws iind'ttn tisW. 'Atkcwift a the lbv ear- - k04t of Jaeieir' Ashcraft. deeoMeJ. ? All cmct "B," famous oW B, would ro lia- - ley, ettll ersoiag, im been pot- - nage muaei to get in the push; the Wallaee'6 are nsroes. c The Richmond Climax. nor firad?ey'a action in pardoning Bill Todd of this couniv, is ruadtf in 'proper spirit but it is not satisfactory. It ad The Pantncraph's defensecfGover- - "Hones0LaB6r Bears ITnwfv m CHIEFS- veTma-kv-4JRi5niityJ ': OlimPrjntmg.00. of oaaligl.(ftlvenf: e . ' oi i. - r S' t tf s ,t -- y -- , -- a i- launiry GALORE! r'b mm:: Handkerchiefs, Cin--derrej- ' - la. K, U tc-d- ay National Importance; ti n, e - ; - to-da- .to " d-'ifA- h, c, Contains Both. Mai? Anatt' all-line- REL.IGIOUS. .- - THE SUNDAY SUN a - Saler-wil- - ...... ;;: et. fane' w the-stron- lye-he- - y ot cliair-inmii-li- ip PERSONAL . c Ut.'U.-E&aBER- - a. 3a. 8t" Sa.. .) - ..at half-teacu- one-ha- lf w, - a. 1 e MARRIED. tne-con- ty-.-- Ik kl Sa. ! , y, ite - r.-- rv Oa. ea. Oa. ! illtm-trati'i- ..8 per DEATHS iiiii aiiiaa a the-rork-- d ... buc-ceeil- iu y, .... V. ..... f LADIES'.. 5 -- ... . 1 1 1 - .- ... ... 1 XMAS! 1 Is, on-th- e - . to-da- ::: .:.::::::": '' ::.r" Rs3 ce CiF.Bfower&Co -- .- ij . ". .- .- r. R r es : Ma'am alMfcre-tho'crfcatt'St-i- rloKt " Mon-dayi- or 1 s .- 'oods - ctui"-je6mpet- 1 .;. . ... - at . . $200 3 p :v;;.v::::i:;f.t;-:- ;,. 2 24 . 4 00 49 5 post-gradua- te " ' f L 74 f:.:.: to-ma- .:... - ; -- - n Ftf.... second-attaek.bu- ..jL. am-wag- ood ' d WATCH or - auor-maae'Cjuj- nt tie-w- as.it.willavyou. -- d s ' y Tliereare-mnnylitifcliar'fe- a .'resist!:, ii eai oit U 25e,i50i-;,$i.I;icturef- ? 1 4T . .OrCUALl Vnrnniwir ,. I. wbich-disbande- -' f- ' .we-can-sav- innantofLa ." a CiFlfower&Co tllt .tliut. 1 'i es. -- , ryy of .... I Sr l VlLE MOBERLEY, Street eo - - it n - -- an-ir - i j For "ptamg IT'SNW TOE Mi SUPPLEMENT VOLUME 2(5. 7iuItemat kvrr COUNvTy.-.TIBNTUOKY, 1CE YOU si c PAY 5? You..Ge.t, For. Your Money! m 1 1 j rv CANTAPI.AUS yj WI'IHMtM W AT THE BEE Print sh i -- T rr t t tt riTTHfMTrN TUf A V VI . SUPPLEMENT NUMBER 29. RICHMOND, MADiSON DECEMBER 20, 1899. season of the year everybody, is Jntorested in HOLIDAY (OJDS. You all want a present of some kind for some- " "' V ' Be Fair to A gVVWafe ' c It. .: -- . J Iditiori to our immehsa stock of Staple; and ave added .a complete assortment of aucy Diy Goods and Notions, e Holiday OoMs of all kinds for children and PictunjjFrames for Ladies. - Toys - Lsome'DressiHg Cases, Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, .Work" Boxes, Ladies' Work YOURSELF, And call sit our store for FRESH Don't fail to call and examine the. largest and best and cheapest assortment of Christmas goods ever brought to Rkhmondi rinelud-ingDiaClocks, nu&,A atehes, Jeweleiv and t Fancy Baskets, Music Boxes, Albums, - Chiiiawore Sets, Handsome Vases, m 5 -- (iKOCBRlKS. Everything needed to make n perfect Christmas Dinner can be found here. Call and ive us vour order before thu rush begins. 3 CHRISTMAS TURKEYS, CANDIES AND NUTS, TOYS FOR TOTS, FRUITS FOR CAKES, AND GIFTS FOR FRIENDS. CALL AND SEE QiLD: SANTA . CLATJ.S AT1THE BUSY BEE. rlces oii these Holiday Goods will be much cheaper Shan tfiey are to be found :se,as it is a side line with us and we only carVyHhe line for LCustome'Vs1. J 3p V in iilioji. (Ln '.'t- - .Vf.L I V a onie anu IJUl . s.et5 lor voiiLseit, UU1U 1UI1 '','.,'. closed.. a eloak deal, with ,on$ of ive just . . . th'd 8 tHIU 1I1HV SflCClilUll ' AENOLD BUOS. vrr whereVy we purchased every Garment iii 4he entire factory, amounting to g We divided this lot between our three stores, 'housand Dollars-worthand Georgetown. We bought these cloaks, very low and at closing out t'ESH NEW GOODS.' If you need anything in Ladies', Misses' or Children's Colldrdtts or Collars, you can save half the price by buying from this stock. . Rich-Iterlin- 't.afgst r- - Cloak Factories in the . SEE THEM. SANTA CLAUS will be 11 Sa? ,V ..t....4--t4"t- -- more loaded than past years with everything to make a happy Christmas. Respt. Yours, x- arid every OVERCOAT and SUIT of CLOTHING in our great store will be U3NORMOUS SACRIFICE PRICE for the next 15. days, we wish to close GIVE US.. "Vi . t before the Holidaj-s- . . prstaupant. V - len's, Boys' and Youths Boots and pi.,.:, j . N .THEM". Dlpsing-- " . - JOE GIDNCHIGLIANI. Can- - f? , Headquarters for 'resh dies. Fruits. Xuis J) ...l.- - prt.. don't want the trouble of taking any 'We take stock during tlie Holidays-anf- l ;han we can possibly help. If rou need Ladies' Fine or Coarse Shoes, Chil-- ;, Baby Shoes; oranything in that line get our LOW. CLOSING OUT CUT Shoes-- ' will be sold regardless of cost for 7 Candles, und Fresh OvttTN Ji9 works. and Celery in season. f( fyS Leave vour rder at onfor Christmas-- , r h ds. 1 - v vine St.. next door to - inre Cnukers, Human ther Fi it- Ah -- Mm 'I N. e endeavoi to Meats. handle only the best. We refuse all kinds of Meat t.lmt. is lint ct.rir.t.lir J) ,1 i ciass. Tf 3'ou are equally vj as particular we can count on 3'ou as a regular ctisto- mer. T uon l iorgen us. o v tii-t.- 1 11 out stock taking- prices will be made on every article in the ! J r ;y Bee Cash Olilhum"). Fiiriiit.lli'i ' -S1iff ' " ' V " " 4 7 CULTON IRVINE SOIN, (I j STREET. & Store before the Holidays, so now is the time to load up. ete stock in everv department and some of the more important departments ing with good things. GIVE US A CALL. A 1 it 5 5V 1 ET IN THE BAND WaOoN, FOLLOW THE CROWD AND GET YOUR SHARE OP THE GOOD THINGS AT THE BUSY BEE". ' VERY RESPT., hi 7. OLDHAM & COMPANY. . - RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN WE ARE READY W r NO is PERRY -- &- THOMAS, DRUQQISTS ANO PHARMACIST. uit1 Uii lu '.irest ami n est iriei1 nsort- l. j. jh, mrTiM tiiions. UiK'k1- - a'xl all k nK of IVritMi-cr- . ' i i ( i us a u nln nxrtiv We have a complete line of NEW HOOKS, of the STANDARD WORKS pit- b.e tor Holiday gifts. See oar line before' pur chasing elsewhere as we can save yoxi njotjey. I'KKSCRIITIOX lKT (.(iJKTH. 9 Please The MIS IB s Mill. eor-iial- lv 3T 45 CO New PIrm llsving porchased the stocV of groceries from ITurst & Fowler, I cordially solicit your trade. I handle the Freshieat Groceries, Candies, Vegetables. Feed. etc. . Give me your order by 'Phone, Goodsdeliv-ere- d to any part of the city. I! ' f.n s atj nr i..tf. AW have a tliiu-a- s mill .... nl everything tut' tlx- i tin- - hulii'-- i pnrcliUBetl the Produce IlHviiiH: hiiMiinM of (irinstead & Co., 1 In il.i- littlf l. inicst Him of ever brouiilit to Jive uf h u out. we have invito my old friends and oHftoiiieis to lall on 1110 at the old V stand, h iiere 1 will pay the highest jrmrket jirii-e- for all kinds of Pio-ilui- 0 dent to these diseaeeei3 instantly alhiyed by .appgifhamberlain'j. Eye. and Skin. .Ointmijnt. Many yery bad oases oaTe Jbeen permanently cured, by it. It i3 equally efficient for itching piles and-a- . fayonta. remedy .for boto nipples chapad. frost bites "T)e battleship' Iowa and the cruiser and chronic soraeyes. 25ct3, per box. Philadelphia sailed.froni San Francisco tailj'fcTcondiUon PcwdcrR, are Thursday .for the South coast. just T7hatrff"horse needs "when in bad ' "A Hear! condition.r Tonic, blood purifier and as Sturdy as an Oak." They . In not- blood with the rerraifngp. the best-- are use" food but But whatabout the medicine and to put a inns pump at the rate of 70 times horse in prime condition. heart Price 25 If the heart is to be sturdy lenta per package. a minute? nerves strong this blood must and the btfrich and. pure. Hood's Sarsaparilla Jfrg. Flora Mitchellof Greenville, makes sturdy hearts because it makes was Stricken blind whiles doing some good blood." It gives to men" aiiit family sewing. v" Women strength, confidence; courage Have you a cold? A doso of Cous-sen- 's endurance. and Honey of Tar at bed time will reand the move it. Price 25 and GO" cents. Perry llocd's Pills are decC lm only cathartic to take with Hood's Sar- &rhomas. . saparilla. y The. Farmers Intitule for is meeting- - at Greenville A'twlii son and daughter were bam to the wife of- - John Singleton, of May-flel11 uis-orde- rs m 3iaiias,--'chilbiBin- ' in bluggish liver, Ilerhine, by its heneficial action upon the biliary tracts, readers the bile more fluid, mid brines the. liver into, a sound, hearlhy condi- ifa ltmrnl.it Kn n t cl it "pi tlin notion i( IJ.. til.I. II fr ...V. UX..1UV V ilUllf drowsiness- - letharcy,- and - the general , . . .11,. i .i leeimgoir apamy wuicii aribti I mini 60c. .Perry uf the liver. I'rico decG-Ifc,Thomas. Tetter, and Uczcma, Theintensp itckingand smarting lncl. Salt-Ilheum ,)r." your friends for holiday sifts. Hero is a suggestion: "Good morning, Jennie, I have brought you a nico present," said Gertrude, as she handed her friend a neatly wrapped package Trip pale, weary looking girl, who woxslowly recovering from severe i nessi opened the bundle and held up a large bottle of clear, rich medicine "Hood's Sarsaparilla!" she exclaimed. "I have been reading about it y and wished I had a bottle." On New Year's- Day Jennie was able to bo out on the streets, and to her friends who remarked how well she was looking she simply said: "Hood's Sarsaparilla," and every one of them knew it was this great medicine that lm had given back her health. Kt't 1 - It A (iift to Give. often difficult to decide is what to No, Maude dear, you could scarcely refer to the cornet player as a homy handed son of toil. "My son has been troubled for years with chronic diarrhoea. Sometime ago I persuaded him to lake some of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kerned y. After using two bottles of the 25 cent size he was cured. I pivo this testimonial, hoping some one similarly afflicted may read it and be benefited " Thomas C. Bower, Glenco 0. For sale by Perry & Thomas, lm Muhlfn-bergy.ounT- d. to-da- Mitlin-c- i , ifi I DUVORG ('or Main .Vll'&t. & BUCKLEY, ! 8 to I J. H. Neff. ) J B. B. BOEN, DEALERS IN ) ,v rtRANfiE STREET RICHMOTiD, KV. fc'Tfiomas. In biliousness, lierbine, by expelling Kcalds, bruised shins, sore thronttand from. the body the excesses, purities the sores of every kind, apply Ballard's bloodi and. tones up. and strengthents SnowrLIniment. It will give Imtned-int- e relief and heal any wound. Price the. entire svstem. Price GOcts. Perry For broken limbs, chilblains, burns, ' decO-111- 1 2o and EOc Perry & Thomas." decClui , v Coal, Feed, Lime, Cement and Sand, Fine Vehicles AS2 and Farm Wagons. i A Storage Specialty. Warehouse Inlne St., Near Methodist Church. RICIKMOKD KV. from our ( .elect clock A little money goe a ereat way when buvinB ow.v Everything jmaeinaoie is iuui.u-ku- u. i.f OKOCKniRS. , - jTcnoncT iiv i runuLi uu I JOHN tW. TUBLEY. 'Phonb 110. Turkeys, .Chickens, Cranberries,, IJelerA", jyswjrs. xv;ua;iio, Currents, . Citron' Layer $ Cooking" Figs,-- (indies. JNuts, anes, Bananas .fx S?SnS DEATHERAGE E. ofjhe nicest display in'thA way of OhristmaesenU wo havetonechmoud. We cannot, ever hrouzht t?B and Lentous. MEW FIRM. While pondering over Avhat to buy for We have a Christmas Present. many things in our store that would make handsome and ' viceable present c from colds and damp feet .preventative Theoiily carr la pair of the J J 1 M BJANSs lljW & CO. Livery, Feed fe ?ale Stable. ,Head(marierV for horse-mei- u Nice Horses and Higgs at rensonablejirates and polite attention.to all. Fox'h old stand. White & Gibson lalies, Appoinlrneat Confirmed: thd'Gri'?-cnimeilt furniture houses sonth of Cincinnati. fashionable as nppendicitis which Is fully described lupur suppleinent today we give herewith. a. remody that is bo simple, o eliective, sp, cKfeap, it to civilization to keep it that wo a secret no longer. Tho worst .case of small pox pan be cured in three days simply by the use of cream of tartar, one ounce, dissolved in a pint of water and when cold drank at intervals. It has cured thousands, never .leaves a murk nor causes blindness, ao'd ayoidB tedious .lingering, JV'e are indbbtod for thisTfeoip fe Airs';v-Josiih.B Willia, ; v f: M. tU'o4nty. o-e Although he assumed the dutieRlof, postmaster, and custodian-o- f building last August,.Mf,jCC, Wallace's appointment was nntafiirmed Until last week, duo to the fact that ho was appointed during a recess 'of Congress. Little Giri'J Letter to Chriskrlnkle. Small Pox Cured In. Three Days.?;. As 'small pdx is becoming almost' as x inea s Co iXmaa goods books, etc, ' Toys and millinery, Devoro & Buck-lev- . Medicines, books. Perry & Thomas. Prod nee bought by J. H.-- NelT. Frenhest GrDcerlos, B. B. Boen. U.Z.P. F., Uso Znring's Patent Flour. CoaU feed, etc, Hicalns & Luxon. Fine dry gooda and novelties, White Gibson. All delicaclcs of season, E. Dealliw"- Wf,V Restaurant; Everything at Joe's. . .Christinas meats, Cnlton ASon. Jewelrv. D..P.rArmcr. Fresh groceries, Higgins & Ellis. Christmas turkeys, Arnold Bros. - . ; . mo t dear santa: I want you to brim: a big doll and to books and a doll Fct of furniture and a swing and book case and a doll foldiue bed and a little clock und a washstand and a pair of gloves A slioe.and n sieu. Frazee I "221 2ad8t.i Richin'Jadk'y'.' ' Sltiglis, baggles. eto., j3ibo.a V1. k Tdr- - "or U'tlryan Bros., dealers m dry gootlsr notious clothing and gents' famishing goods. Theso young men came to Panyille in March, Xb'Ji. uiey set up in uusiness in a room on East main with a slock of goods worth, all4 told, gl.bw they are in a much larger room, further up town, and have a $15,000 stock. Their business has grown from a trade which two persons could wait on to one which rerjnires; tho full time of six people. and D. The firinsjBomposod of T. C. O'Bryan, natives of Meade county, X.v. T. C. O'Brvan wak hi the mer cantile business at liichmond forsome time before! the 13 rm bMn business in DanviUo. Both yon- - uusineaa are pleadidbu8lae tnii l,re destined to become imporUut factori ia the ecaaa:rctl lift of thw iMmmuaity. To-da- y C (Botanic Blood Balm.) Skin Eruptions, Pimples, Bed, Itching Eczema, Scales, Blisters, Red orBrown Patches, Blotches, Catarrh. Rheumatism, etc, are all due to bad blood, and hence easily cured by B. B. i$, Bypiiiutic uioou roieon literally driven from tho system by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), in one to five months, B. B. B. does not contain vegetable or 'mineral poison. One. hot tie will test it in any case. For sale b druggists everywhere. Large bottles $1, six: for $5. Seed for a free sample DotfleTwliich will be eetit by return Snofula, that resist other menu, are quickly cured by u. treat- is. is. We are; .the authorized agents for these TWO BOOTEES backed by the Manufactory, any other lig)nts are fraudulent and backed by nothing. -- l'JJ li mall. ite, describe and petwmal freo inedlcal advice willbe given, Ad irii (Blood Balm Co , 438 Mrtctwu are(, Atuutu, Ga. "WheE yott-w- f Bymp-tom- s, . I . DOUGLAS . BRIGHT & CO., I JulylS-ly- r ' - J 3 The Richmond Climax. J. C. CHBNAULT. WOODS. Todil of this county, is niadejin'- proper The Fnntagraph's defenseofGover-no- r Brad?ey's action in pardoning Bill - !V- - 4 X. D. MILLKK 0. E. Proprietor. Business Manager. Editor. spirit hut it is not satisfactory. It ad raits the Governor dill wrong, buex-ense- s him on the gruuii I that possiblv he was overpereunded by petitioners for thn pardon, and that the latter are to hl,unn WtrdQ3ec'lo,dlLee-j.rfcoi8-- r it such exist Fhouiti share t lie responsibility, but it is an assumption to say parties endorced the that resnom-iblpetition to thn Governor. It was Irs iltitv to investigitc a matter so ferious. e WEDNESDAY. DEC. 20, PUHLiaHKU KVWEDKKSUAY BT The l'lClf. 5IimPriimgJo. K IMCi: YKA'It',. $r.50l TuvT" im-nt- his extendi! to an ur cIeuieuuy-.uoul- d sme-bodip- o fonyiiltirti-ll- man who rfitne-f- or wldeh notjiave.been. jR3 of Borne membefsl ', ay IhTOstinentTfOf SoSJTOr S.r- t IniriieTaiid Delia Johnson anil FlofTiceJlMlller, .Messrs. Ed m'd&l thrdughjlieiicousfaceprfar. lev. ueorgo mock, nun nenry niae.kf!TiTraliSvKtatemeiit n ,.l,,.,,fl .1 nv.winl ..n .... jiusi-iucienothing more all Irom liarlmtirvitle.wiii.. .ba inn guesta .by hundreds ot graduates oir mo. Ik... u auumu u a ,m l. V. v There is Typewriting prescriptions from teputablo phyaic- of Jlisses Ac' salt and Senora lllack, ncs3 or the Shorthand and pleasing to look upon than a near WlutBjIall.lltisoiintjr during departments of the famous Comiuer- - tans, as the damage iney win no is ten .. OTtaoHnotlCwiTuk hearty, ruddy face, gamed by the liolIUavs. " - v hiff fine misitioiiR. rive irom them iians uatarrn tire,, and ii,.i.. Tho di - They are : the J. wieru' oo culars honest toil. .weejc' was Q (atit;iiKiiiiui,rvf uu uriiislit'u I11U Mill' i.,,TnTiiCv i tircucsira saving of the nation, these' i ihax.1 on. I iiiiicouaRurfacesif theL sic. S Both sexes, strug-- prierF'iTi toilers 'Honest LaBor Bears L'' i nnned to "Mi-ip- Jannarr 4. on accoun tfof prostmity to tnuioiiaays ana aoseace 1 1 I B AMfiMPERliM Realized UioisBV 1 aZovetyFaceJl ... wvi M . aJ 7 ,tc-.,- l m oaoaa T.9 haient 2 I nCHIEFS- - ..OS s o o ' ,..'f r---- drculMb"cDfciitfe, - ,! lxl.-lre05gnUin- Dy. glingfor daily bread. of GALORE1 m "83 O o ..9 O -- 0 OS rixKi'ymS sentenced . tontninpiisoii- - to.iti.itli. The United Mate aie whip some htdiinfiiin thnt he deolreil iuftirV fpiea't-aninir the INiilititiiuiM li death, liuti f nbourtlie case, at Ieat sljnuld - given flivt cus1, li'siii id Milil. buttire.n.Ligt . havethM wlu. oppnsedil ;?ijs.ii i revelled in tin KeeoiM. chancr lo ho heaad. Gov. Taylor lus were. M u similar grave n. intake In lust nia ie anfl'i'ji fr Hon. W B sjirrii.wl ic jtistlionu-fvm- i Aicramnra, ot L.exingiou, iiiei-Hil'liii2t;i. mys 1 lisiKverni ihref iiid hLs pardon is criticised more se- Terryv) : Chicago is fur liryau; more-everetilings hi than in Gov. Bradley's . iwiiti'M Eiit'la- d' war on the BoerV; Miss ee elsewhere how Col. Breckinridge n3tte,.j ami t lint its iilo' is drier llanison. vo's after Gov. Ta lor Such pardons of i: CI havn a tendency-- to breed tho inob Rucke Owhns iiinl inln-i- s of liis kind saUl spirit. , dellgh! immediately alter tint elect ion that ton at UHMUl IIHh i I'oebelisui wai forever ile.itl. Isn't it rti EkakIjESS hut always fairthe Stan Povntj llood l Mill r.rm Tr llli ; the oon4rrHaUDK tnlle miwaidiv tin lh p;tl t of the late.) ford interior Journal thus paints Gov Mai ir to make war upon :i corpse? B. ernor Taylor. 'scars and all." It wisely lonly ctthrtie to ut with Jlood'i 8triprill. turned J Newlon, in Ovvotitmi Herald. and well discriminates between him Enteri and his Republican predecessor. Gov for the first time in its publican ay I'iiilaucumiia, Jiiiih ID, is the place Kradlev. who once said that lie., mill tiiito an original free silver Itentib- - lor conld riot pass a Civil Service ex uiEiory. issued McKiuley, will he nominated for amination and wasn t worlhy to dine TO REBUKE THE GOVERNOR, . .. President fur an original free silver at ' "his tame: From the general discussion about inaugurated W. S. Tavlor willbe Democrat to meet ami defeat next hotels, and what could be which the streets, November. Is this not "manifest des governor of Kentucky heard during the day It 6eetned that will niarK tlie.- darkest Hour in the tiny," or is it "criminal aagresMonl men would voto against the State's history.- - Uncouth, unlettered many ruoro nominee, wno nau inienueu Republican Mm. Kje Oldham, of Washington and unlearned, 'with a repulsive person to voto for him, to show their disap ami the manners of a Citv. will nlenso incept our grateful alily no idea above a narrow uionkey. proval of Governor Taylors action, minded with thanks for a carefully prepared, type- partisanship ami no claim to more than there wore voters in i written article upon the opening of WHAT A BROWN MAN SAYS, BE GOSltl Roberts Polygamy than.a certain kind of shrewdness pe Congress and the As one strong Brown Democrat said to bis class, case. Unfortunately we were over culiar possibly be tohe is as unfit as he occupy the exalted "It seems pretty rough to make a light could not could crowded at the time and me for honesty in pontics, position snare the two columns of .spaco neces Though ot governor of a great ctate. nrainst terrific odds, and win by ugui the partisan. Uov. uradlev a ,.then f .. .. . .. sary to print his really meritorious eon was born bitter bred and a gentleman and nrst iruitsoi me victory navo oiu. to tribution. Congress by bosides being vested in thewavsofa C. Owens nominated for gentleman, is a man of sterling sense the Brown men and Kepublicans, and Currency Hill, declaring out and has tried to conduct the affairs of Konim W. J. McNamara pardoned by Tiir . y :. right f Jr Gold Standard, was pased by State so as to inailitaiif its high repu KoDUblican Governor, i. nau nuenueu, the House Monday by a vote of 100 to taticu, but Taylor is possessed of none to vote for Owens, but 1 think I'll just: 150 The following were the only ot the attributes ot statesmanship and vote for Gaylo this time." Democrats voting for the bill: Clayton is bound to prove an tncuutis on the LOOKS LIKE I'AVIXO POLITICAL DEBTS. (X. Y..) Dennv, (Md.,) Driggs, (N. Y.,) State and a disgrace to the crowd thnt There were during tlie gubernatorial FitzL'urnld. iN. Y..) Kttnpert, (N. Y ,) helped to put htm in power. It is, Scudder, (N. Y..) Thayer, (Maes.,) Wil deed, a sad day for- Kentucky, but in cauvaEB many rumors of political deals we UnUerhill are not without hope, since the Legis in regard to this pardon; itwas currentson. (N. Y ,) Levv.liN. l that certain Influences Jn (N. Y.,) McAleer.fl'a.) lature will likely correct the great ly reportedotierea to go ior inyior auu Lexington vrong that lias been prepetrated." Milward upon the condition that McNa June Gavi.e. Dotnoernt, on Monday, Those rushould bo defeated Bill Owens, lirown Democrat The Republicans of the House of niara could not bepardoned. and so were verified who ran under Hie Republican log Represetatives, led by a member from morsprinted. Whether the action of not for the peat ren Indiana whose name is Crtimpacfcer, cabin for first week dered vacant lv the death of Evan propow lo cut down the Representation Governor Taylor withinisthe due to such Settle in the Seventh District. . Gayle of those fctates that have discriminated of bis administration promises or to the fact that the con won by about 4.000. only aliotit 100 less against the negro as Mississippi has tomorrow, or than GoelieiV mtij rilv in November in doue witli her "understanding" clause, gressional race comes olf in whom he of those the same dirttrii t Every county: went and as Louisiana has done under her to the influence in Iexington and a real confidence grandfather fnr Gayle. except. Kayotto Winch gave clause. The honorable has based on tho reasons Owens 2t majority. member from Indi'ia proposes lo lay a sense of justice endorsement on mo parlie gives foundation forlns raid by requiring the don, will in hi in all probability, develbe, Sex tok IImjok was given., the chair director ot the ceiihtis to report the vot oped later. on Indian ing popiitalton of the several States in manship of the tabic. They then propose lo depredations, whloh suppiie him with a act under the terms oi tlie bourteeutl .1 goon cieiKSinp tor one u ins iriunus amendment, which savs the basis oi l'nntagrnph. representation shall be reduced if the Thero is evidently more Ho n W.li. Smith is at homo from to the I'autauniph in the last line than vote at any election be in any way Chicago. abridged. I he first of the al.ove aiuiouiicement The particular targets of the Itepub Miss Katio Blanton is visiting In Hut O. what h fall is this? When in a Hatrodsburg. century has a Saitnr of Kentucky been 4 limit sharpshooters will he iUisstsaipp and Joiiisiaiia. In Mississippi the tints honored? indiai. ieprciations voter Miss Florence Chenault was"" in"Ii;x- -' must he able to understand Morrjiiito bites!! . I Cause of the State constitution when it iugton Saturday. of isTead to hlniliis ainouut of under Mlns Mary Reiiuett is at home from Tiiehk umr b iinibbltng over the standing to be decided by the election a visit to Ijxington. lxgi5la-lur- e Deiii'i'.rntie cHttest before the ofllcers. As a result of the cause the on --the. grounds, of number of. voters dwindled in the Con if Mr.'Thos. Ballard, of Lexington, is fraud and tissue hallotp, but there gressional vote of 1SD8 to S0,000. out of visiting m Hichmoud. would be no dnuht of the outcome if a pocsible vote of 271,000 according to Misses Helen ami Laura Bennett,! their fight census of 18'JO. In Louisiana voters tlie Denioera'is: pitched wholly upon the u of the military by iiiist read and write, but all who were have returned home. Judge Turpiu is visiting friends af the Kepuhlnnns. It don't matter grand voters in sous i anvlhing miiis may lSGt and tneirthey and illiter Cumberland (jap, Teuu. whether tlie Hildu-rvote whether are And nji ate or not. This . enables all whites or n4. 'Ihev u.-rof Lexington, hrvisit- Mr Joe true DHinoerat iU jitiempt to lnl'Mnl .o vote. In the Congressional election ing MissesJouliti, aud Dora Russell. udie - ill Dim'IhimI of tb" .1 lb.i3 only 3.1.12.) persons voted, out tiieir ue xt e.wi"iiMrs. A. Wilkes Smith and daughter, free and botnt of Mm hruve, Hint ue i 200,503 possible voters c muted in , in.' .Miss Uvelyu.are vijiimg in Ljuisvillo. ih b iiind'lo . ISSKI. as mo nasts oi representation in i 'on Mr. Will Walker, 'if Lancaster .was handsotuv TlIK Umivi le less is now 174.U0O and will be higher in Richuiuud last week on business. ot Hie this .would on the face of the biluatiou trade edition Mr . and Mrs. C. T. Fox are delighted newxpapers reduce the two States to one member Ihmiiii limes of 'b '!i i ii'-ou'the tuer with Rirnvu t4 oiitCo en'll each, but it will do nothing of the with their now 'home ol their respectand writ-o- s kind, because all of.tho Slates, or near farm." ive loAii. It has Ikm-i- i yeaissince any ly all, have-som- e resttictions that oper Mr. W It. Lelcher and family arelli'i tiiHT in the Suite sent out u inatith to ate to anrnige the right to vote. Ha Nicholasville visiting Mrs Huthcrford:j 1(5 P.iUyjUe" iiUgllinlug bo.liiadu in Mississippi and Douglas. Advoi-ate'- ajer, but tlie t is it itWhotiuvf-i- l pl.n-e- , and the Atlvo-cLouisiana, it is bcarcelv nrobab v that a4 Missadie Ratighman who is .attend- - i , e eftrt-- know no such word as nait win be called nutil the representa .r .: . . .noma ' fail," hence the hitcceNt ot this ven- tions oi Jdassachuset(s and I'enusyl ing school at rans is ior..tnox( nonuays. ) lias never beoit autiiaro rednced. In Sliissachiisetts ture, and oimiillciii-tor ilio voter must be able to read and journal suriMsoeil iy a Mrs Bobert McKee. of LawrenceifP, Imrealmiits A liiiinlfvr of extracts ot write, and in Pennsylvania he must tiurg, is visiting Her mother, Airs. r I in ibis and nave paid a lax within two years. Edna Yates. internet ;iiit-riluimw nt the Climax. Iloih provisions reduce the number of Miss Anuie Frazee is attending a voters, and if Mississippi and Louisiana Ken-nefirst Nnlon grautod by Gov. are treated to a dnso ot the l'ourteenth house party given - by Mrs. M. A. Tub nt Danville. intendment, and Penn of LexingTaylor, Hint lo Mi-inara, ton, hn Tone.l the bitterest reseiit-ne- sylvania niUht take some of the same Messrs. Wm. Bennett and Evan S: of people of all parties in. medicine. This theyAvilluotragreeto McCord left on Suitdaj for Armstrong; -Fayette. Even Hi ly UreckinridgeV ilo. Mo , gn business. As in the case a L'Goebel can testing jmper. which warmly supported Taylor, Mr C. "Widney Cobb is quite sick at can illy conceal its wrath. It is strong- Taylor's election, ifTmattenrconsider- ly hinted that Taylor Was paving a po- aoie wiin itepuuucans "vvuose, ox is the home of his father, Mr. -Harvey Cobb, at Red House. , . litic d debt by releasing McNaniara, gored." on the but it may act like a Mrs. David Russell Tevis informally STATE POLITICAL MATTERS. utachine-piad- e executive and shtivv up entertained Mrs. Evan S. McCord, at Mine of the unrighteous ways aiHT whist, Friday afternoon. mefliiR by which Knyctto county was Facts and Figures. r Mr. and Mrs. John B. Chenault are nearly put in the Republican column visiting tiie lattur's parents, Mr. and IQlasgow Times. ' '' at the late election. ElsoVt'herj? we print Col. KieckinridgeV tipililtfu on" - lf any imrn beherves that the guber- Mrs. Burgess, at Maysville. natorial tight wasn't a cracker-jacthe impardonatile mloii. Mr. Robt. S. Taylor left ho should get" rid oflhaTidea as fast as spend the holidays with relatives in iiuvuoje. xi was itie most, nean ureaK tayeite and Clark counties. mgTTtce "ever ruu for governor, and Miss has re with exception of the .presidential con lumed Annie Neale Bcnnctte pleasaut to Richmond after a test of "JO, the most desperate ofanv aud alljthe political battles tjver fought visit so Frankfort and Lexington. dir the dark anil bloody hunting After a pleasant visit to Mrs. Sam I ground Bennett, at Frankfort, where they at-- 'l Four years ago the .vote in the famous ended tlie Uoveror s inauguration, Lexington Ky. Hradlwv-ilardi- u Missei Helen and Laura Bennett re,iace stood: Bradley -- .... -. 172,436 turned on Friday. -- 163,62 tlardin Mrs. .Mary Neale Thompson loft Mon-dayia protracted visit to Mr. aud JJradley's maj nty 8,912 Mrs. George Jones, of Kansas City. On tho face of the official returns, the Judge French Tipton and wife havo iiica iur uveruur 211 mi is; Taylor1.: 103.714 rented "the Green property on .Muin Goebol ........ .. 101,331 street, opposite- the Government building. Taylors" nidlpnty-....-.2.3S3 JD.r. R, Goldstein, the Louisville Opywuci o luuii vutu 111 vv is.f jOUi over tician, will bo at the Hotel Glynduu tiariiin in 'Jo. to morrow, December 21, lor one day The total number of Rgpublican and only. ueiuocraitc votes polled in the govern Rev. W. F. Smith, of Versailles, or7 race of "JO was 335.9G0. The total "Republican and Democratic vote cast visited friends here this week. ' He iit 'ao is. ZSojKS, a .garnLJ0.0Sa in was (be. former pastor o'f the Christian j Doniocxaut, aun .Keppbhcaa. totals. church. i From 1805 to 1800 the Republican gubef many friends of Mr. Alex. The uatorial vote It is a1lvh'ere tho grcattstr nlost during tiro increaseil 21.278 votes Denny,- of" Paint Lick,, will bej same period the Democratic glad to hear of his rapid improvement! "Bjnpopdou8"iIJs'Ia'wTiaVft evjr, voje increased 27 SX)T, despite tho fact in health. attjginttaJ. Our immense, store that 14,050 Democrats boIl5d to lirowh. Miss Estill Walker, who is teaching! Th'eiotal voto cast Democratic. Re is rirotvdcsl to the limit' with-- r tho publican, Populist and Prohibitionist in a Female Seminary. at Hollytijbrlng8,i j io.lBii&-waiJ8o.01o. The total vote cast Miss, will probably return ilidme fori 'ch'oicestpf gifts, ",. ' the holidays. tin auu JaDor iisi, uraivn, Dr. Moss Gibson returned from! is 405,094. an increase of 20,049. una uccu t.un WHAT: TO- - GIVE A MAN. These figures aie astounding.but they takingii'ia uuuudj iiiuh course" in mcdl a are the old facta of the two greatest cine and surgery. :. t' S - Y.ou kuqw jhat st. a hard one, battles ever ought in Kentucky. And : bUt.vpttlU.ial btUJdreds of tilings iney conclusively snow that, Jiad it Messrs. W. R. Letcher npd. Lesliil not been for- Democrats knifing each Evans left Sunday for Moulgouieryj i ciTo. .. .. marnnv Ala., where the former uiuei, ieuiocracy wouia ries Miss Annie Pearson. triumphed. Hon. IL. Ambrase.and- - family, ol COL'. BRECKINRIDGE GETS AFTER MIS Windsor, III., will speud - Christmas WORTH CONSIDERIKG. with the former's father-iu-laHEW GOVERNOR WITH A STICK! Mr TJie iewnfis, jhe; vnrietj', the Jesse P. Hall, at Kingston..' ear-miin- g 1 lv l ltill-Tavtc-:llit-al- i, to-dn. pep-inti- Tub Boors am whipping tho Ihitir-- haOuvcrn'ir should have irlven to keep up the daffy round of ftrfy at home, shop of taint or 1m- store. Jf the blood has parity, or a run down feeling comes on, the one remedy is Hood's SarsapariUai-America'- s Greatest Medicine for the blood. Poor Blood "SWy blood tuaszo poor that in hottest weather J felt cold. Hooa s SarsapariUa made me 'warm, it is the right thing in the right place. . tiatUe J. Taylor, Woodstorwn, N.J. 1urt blood makes ihem able M Rsrs." "Watts-- repress- - (Continued from last week.) HISTORY Of APPENDICITIS. LATEST OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS ON l H m--9 y W m tt 7ITs 7I 7I 7I 8 IS ........... sS viz S vfts sm x sm. sm sv sm y M THE HUMAN APPENDIX. Ney York San.) PERSONAL sati-facti- on - itis-fong- 1 e n illus-ti'ati-- . a s hi-r- e Iim-h- y, ut k, o CF.BfowefiCo -- R or 'V, es, -- Ma am ." acute appendicitis was advanced more than by all previous knowledge combined, by McBurney when, in 1889, he discovered and established the value of 'McBuruey's point.' The introduction and elaboration, in 1894, by Edebohis, of the palpation of the vermiform ap-pendix finally placed us in a position to diagnose clearly and positively every case of chronic, and nearly every case of acute appendicitis." Although there has been a belief that men were more subject to the disease than women, in a succession of 18,000 autopsies appendicitis was found in 57 per cent, of the females and 55 per cent of tho males, and in 128 autopsies reported by another man evidences of past appendicitis were found in CO per cent, of tne women aud 5G per cent, of the men. In 300 autopsies 190 uorinal appendices were found, all the others showing evidences of 1 ease. Edebohis finds, clinically. Hint 4 per cent, of all women have ap- lienuiems. ine appendix averages a half inch longer in women than in men. hundred autopsies have shown as high a proportion of cases as ! above 21 per cent, where the appendix is obliterated. There is only one well authenticated caseoi congenial absence of the appendix. Odd reason for the happiness of the ancients seem to ap- pear in me statement that the very existence of the appendix does not seem to have been recognized prior to the sixteenth century. There is one ine record of d appendicitis.but it was the case of a soldier whose body v ii showed other transposition The first operation for appendicitis, so far as the records show, was in 1759. Thnt was for the purpose of draining an abcess, not for the removal of the appendix. The inauguration of the modern surgical treatmeut of append- -' cular abcesses did not come until 1867, Dr. Edebohis says, and that led to the surgery of the appendix itself as it is! now practised. Tlie doctor centinue-- : ' The first recorded operation on the appendix itself was planned by Dr. Ma- homed aud executed on August 24,1883, by Symonds. Mahomed diagnosticat-- 1 ed a stone in the appendix Symon If. s removed the stone, M b. one hilt inch lu size, and cIosh! the opening of the appendix. The patient V racovered and was cured of all his Xa sympions. In connection with this case Symnnds becomes prophetic in relation to the future removal of the appendix in cases. I have found but thiee other instances of o . eration upon "the appendix stopping short of its removal. Kroenlieu on February 14, 1834. performed the first - removal of the appendix for acute ap peiidicitis." Other doctors followed. Dr. Edebohis remarks that these early appendi cectomies had in common one ''dis-- , couraglng' feature." All of them were ' fatal. The first, successful removal of the appendix was performed on May 8, 1886, and '! hereafter," Dr Edebohis says, "removal of the appendix in acute appendicitis rapidly became a recognized and procedure. As early as 1889, McBurney reported .r.seven appendjeectomies of his own, ' f y'11' six recoveries and one dea-.. Since that time scores of operators - number their appendicectomies for acute appendicitis by the hundred, bmce 1S90 the large majorities of stir geons with a name advocate removal of the appendix in acute appendicitis as tho routine procedure, always lo be at tempted save under most exceptional conditions. In direct opposition to the ) modern tendency to remove the whenever feasible, and vainly attempting to stem the tide, we find Dr. ' J. M Barton, of Philadelphia, as late as 1894, and a few others even more re- cently, preaching he doctrine of leaving the appendix in operation for acute appendicitis, claiming better results from this practice. That this claim does not hold good in tlie work of better operators goes without saying." j j j ' IMPORTANT CLOTHING ne time nas come tnat our business must be wound up. si w'sr!isi!ist!inH'A'i M w (T: , have an immense line of We I Clothina, Furnishina Goods, Shoes. Hats v 7 left-Fide- a department. ANTI I A 1 w ' All Ihe latest styles and serviceable goods. Theyuist be disposed of. Ve call your attention to the splendid values to .be found m every I - CAPS, i Don't think of buying a i SUIT IJR OVERCOAT Befoi e giving our stock a look, AVE a three-fourth- 9 WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. ALL GOOD AND SPLENDID VALUES. MEN'S OVERCOATS, AT PRICES TO PLEASE YOU. BOYS' COATS, GOOD ASSORTMENT AND W-IL-L BE SOLD CHEAP. j ix j BOYS' SUITS, JUST THE THING AT THE EIGHT PRICE. j MEN'S UNDERWEAR, ' ... s post-gradua- te Miss Helen 15. Terrill retiirne"d las Saturday from a three weeks visit ti The pardon which was granted Sduire W. J. McNamarn nn Kntnr,)iv Mis. S. B. "White.in Danville, an1 tin '" afLernoon by Gov. Taylor was a topic Misses Waide, of NIcholaKvilU. of general interest on yesterday. The "We learn that Dr. Parks, late" Profes DON'T-WAIconcensus of opinion seemed to be that 6irof Chemisiry attoiitral Unfveia'i T Governor Taylor had made a grnv ty, is now at the head of a flourishing until Uie big rush is on: mistake in granting it so quickly and seminary 7it waujr vauey, .jwiss.- - M apparently with so little eonsiderat-owas one of the most papular profeasS COME NOW AND SEE.. Thosw wlio were opposed to it .seemed ever at U. U. : i lo ieet mat no 6tiouiu jiave given some Mr. and Mrs. Thomas "Phelps anl Indication that he desired information 1'arK about the case, should at least hav aitss iMiuerva pleasaut l'nelps are n OUR 25c Chiua Table. visit to Mrs given those who opposed it a elianco home from a Mr. and Mrs. RichardTymingr Phel' A member of Tho uonu, ot parents, OUR 25o,.50c,Sl I'ictures. tobolteard 'the.fivrapathles ofjtbia aianiord. Herald stair has gone V Frankfort to OUU00c,7rcand 1 Silver secure copies of the petitions filed am Mr. T. II. Little, of Richmond, visit Boanl arcextehded t'i.the family of tho ' the signatures to them, and will pub ed lasi.w'eoK, air. Archie XJeil..f...M.r8. deceased ; that a.copy p'tbese ' Novelties. . spread iipiirt Our minutcsjwind lish them as soon .as they can be ob oeiue aicuovveii, oi iueiiiiioiiu, is OUR Udlca' Dchki". Rook tained. same, he visiting her daughter. Mrs David M that the,ami a.copy published 1q the Climax to bribe paper-sen- t Sweets. Shelby Record.. Cukcb, Cimi s ud W AH IT DONE- TO II.EL1 OWKXS ? tho family bf.'thu deceased. 5J It wnii the almost universal "opinion Mr Thomas i'helns". wife and datitrh- Rockers. J,D. MiToiikLt, Chairman, that if tho pardon was granted to aid tor, Miss Miura l'arl: flielpa, of RichZ. T lU'cpi Secretary, j, In the race MJ. Owens that 1t mond, came down Saturday to Bee Mr. Wits, a mistake, and would lose .htm Richard Cobb, who had an attack of Wh'eoi'A man can borrow an'umbrellfi more votes, t4ian it would gain for Kim. vertigo It's pretty good evidence that he kilion-e- t. Journal. Tlie fact thBt it' was granted the last r dayou which jt coald be before the. sieMisses Emily and Earl Chenault, BesTurley. Messrs. John Turley.Jep. elpctlon, and the fact "that Squire 'McmaB would Ilk his wife lo now Naniara was one of Mnior Owens' and Charlie Chenault, AUn faring wnat s strongest supporters In both ot his and "Red" McCord attended tho swell exactly ... l thinks of hiniaelfj$ races, made, raany Incline to danco given in Lancaster last Tuesday JE&J?Cjho ,:vrr- blowihkowa previous doosri't night. MAII7ADJBROAJ).WAY,7 5si theoninlon UAit,WiaiorYsoaie infln- enca promUGd!id" ReOm The of Lexington, Ky. publican on yesterday bet that Pre- tobavomeetingheld tbPiadehialE,Club, The voung father with the habv eaio been with Mr. K. Tnr-lecinct "B," iamooa old B, would go IJe- witll; evauimf, baa been pott- - riage manaeg to get in the push. Z- K " ' - obmfort of shopping, tho quick sbrvicc, attention I Lexington Herald, December IS Aftkk reading Bob Breckinridge'B statement- upon the decision of the Commissioners, we are prouder than ever that we supported this Grand Old Man. "Judge Breckinridge in epeakii g aboutithe recent finding of the Election Commission, said that he was not surprised at the result. Iiut, on the other hand, had expected it for several lavs before it came. He said that the Com missioners had no power to do other than give the certificates to the Repub iicaus, iiiougn tney were convinced that gross fraud had been practiced at the polls. When asked if contests would be made he said that depended on the evidence to be secured, and if it should be strong enough to warrant a contest one would certainly be made. Judge Breckinridge paid the Commissioners a high compliment for the fearless discharge of their duty, saying that they wen) honorable men and discharged their duty as they saw It." We Sell Many Bargains In This Line. Mi COVINGTON MITCHELL MilM VyVli WS v it ms x L,,.. .Al MMHyH ... .. lil 1 . o . ................. . -- , , reblu-tiousl- je - - to-da- Friday.-tStanf- ord - in harmony with the bi?strobtaiha ports, and we" can.Oiil.y await trial of . tjie;case for.the.fuH parliculirB. Marshal FarkVas a 'UiiroirwjiareT, a Democrat; and "a cuptain-o-f hVv&hinleer :cbmpannhat asprgap.izodiltirlngUie lata Spniflh w.ar., b.ut.wbidi dspanded of Gov. Uradlcy'tj" appqitit-th'eiof a lileUtehapt (listhstafurto the whole c'rimpatry'. ' Itf'tliafVit"War Capt. Park was ld wa&ofi-e.othe sujalfsquml ied.tiy.C'apr. UiTg conitty), wh6 planted tfie'TJn1oB darkigMasr'oa 'Lookbat; Mountain-i-a(liiveieBt. .that. gave. io'tWiUtUkJ-pa-ru- "Ti "Y'lTITT'IM uauiJuO . GENT'ST'nRKISHIWU'S Kuu Per nnnnp . ." UftliiJO UUUJJk)....... TD A'JlAdAUJVla r tuurna ,v If iftvwantofjf tMILiNJKRY cjiltand see us, - 3 . ! CiflroweilCo,, - John Wilson, (father of In'Wilitnnlof Jitspectfully.Suhnntm . tlitr'; y, was. a son of Mr. Jobili "PirJuk. and a family 'and wrtrtlwr of brother? and on fsler. - AhcAft a ao ftf Jkwe Ahcrfti decked. -- AW tua Wallace's are negroes. Ifcaves a.niaiorio,reputation..jjQcgatica jf WENT FOR MeCALL - t(i Caih Trfde, e: v. l HTamS.J elder. ' I iituliliy, 1 jl Sr 220-22- 2 W. Main Street, ' Mn Pot ucifuiuuouiure; you jjiay own aipiuuye qiiiij,, In aland that ever "Hows with" inilk andHidirey;'-- ' You may pay the .Ingest price; but that really "cuts no ;c.e" v or its w o.a:i: ruti' FOR YOUR MONEYS Aim uuiy -- "SToii . Get , For Your Money! - majf be a Son-o- f Toil,- amid the world's turmoil, V?(Have to hustle every day'aud" that's not funny! Still, asj through this life you go, all joys here below OLD QANTA CLAUS AT THE . Depend on,WHAT YOU "(JET FOR YOUR MONEY! vayr'-'JLTIG- Never before has the public been' treated, to" sucli a feast iii ttlitr GRADE BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, MEN'S EUENISHINGS, aUucii extreme we are offering this fall. We guarantee you money on each purchase. Call and see us, and be theifljCU&t cirmplete line of Boots, ahd Shoes found in Richmond and at convinced that we carry prices that will please you. to-sav- e k cL-A- Duo! t I V". :: c ' this seoson of the year everybody. Is interested in HOLIDAY GOODS. - -- . You all want, a present of some kind for some- - RICE & ARNOLD. The Richmond Climax. WI.DN'ESDAY, DF.C. 20, . body.(SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE & RICE.) In addition to our immensastock of Staple! and Fancy 'Dry Goods "and Notions, 'we have added .a complete assortment of Fresh fingers, cakes, pies, rolls, bread, oyster patties, etc., at Zimmer Hotel Bakery. IjanOO - - 1899. Bronze Turkeys For Sals. Dr. Hobson, Dentist. Toy folding beds, at Collins. Full blooded bronze Turkey gobblers and liens for sale, by Mrs- '.Thomas dec20-4- t Baldwin. " New .Wall Paper 'House 'InKichmond. The drug firm of Ferry '& Thomas lias installed a perfectly beautiful linn Queenswaro at cost, at Collins.' lot wall papers and have Jlr. W. Jj. , Leeds, a .skilled artist, to hang ana uumoa r.Ti....B.,uiynB,M decorate ro(Jlns ,,, Euit all and jxo trouble to snow goods. Toy pistols and fire works, at Col- - pun-os- . at Collins,' Sevoud street. 1 jm . - .au23-t- f Christmas candies, nuts, fruits, Ibos neighboring village of Kirksville, "to lied House mills are now" running practice his piofessiou of medicine. We commend the doctor to the people vfiy day. that community as a man of sterling worth and a practitioner of experience Toy bureaus, diessers, safes, and ability. Paint Lick Enterprise. at Collins.' - Stockton & llngan are agents for Ill 'inker's flowers. 1 ' at Located at Kirksvillc. Dr. I. B. Oldham has located at our To Move To Lancaster. Mr. It. Ziinmer, for a year or mora ptoprietor of tlio old Ganiett House, aud has decided to move to Jjun-astopen a bakery anu confectionery. He" in (he State elsewhere of is one of the See advortibuinont and liis wife is aft industrio.us, oblig str.it ed or btolen mare. ing- lady, and we .wish them well iii" Pure Gas given. Teeth, extracted. their new home. decC-t- f !.. ait pain by I)K. Hodsos. i.r Christmas tree night. le&tivnl at New-('hris'tni- er best-'baker- Kev. T. T. Shnis, an'EStilt county preacher, is mourning the loss of over mattress was fctolen uiiilay will bo ChristniHs. The 5000 whichdesposited hisfrom a earnings wliero lie scant ii je have with ynu always.1 t" from two yeais work. He should not Law will apply at this have placed his trust in a tick which If break ii of interest to her will be bugs corrupt' and' thieves through and steal; .II1H-- Two rooms full of toys, Poorer ry. A-n- 'is 1. The number of census' enumerators Tuy rooking ttove6, batiks, t'rurOR, for Kentucky .is .placed. 'IU 1,308, of .8th dull buggies, rocking horsos, which. the John-Brig- District will have 87. 'before the Holidays, so now is the time to load up. , will have-hisSupervisor in-.Collins.' " haudgfu.ll, if ho, has. to appoint theiu, Teeth but tbtriight will be fakeu from liltu. Lno doubt. tjtauiord Journal. I. ; meted, 35 cents. '....'... Complete stock in every department and some of the more important departments J it lioiisox, Richmond, Ky. are overflowing with good things. GIVE US A CALL. A Suggestion to Estill Citizens. MiHiikuivinir pastries in abutid-- , ''After so many sad departures by oji sclent Ziuimor's llptol Bakery. the knife and pistol route," says a cor a IjanOO respondent of tho Climax, "let the of Estill county end these e Mis Jeume Poland's school near View closed with ull enjoyable casualties by voting out whisky." This should not be cousidetcd as gratuiiiiiition Inst Friday. tous advice from an outsider, for it GET IN THE BAND WAGON, FOLLOW THE CROWD AND GET YOUR SHARE I. L and G.E Black have couios .frotn.a.reputable citizen of that OF THE GOOD THINGS AT THE BUSY BEE. " VERY RESPT., -- d killing turkeys for this boason. county. ,v paid f ami (i rents. CS1IEAHER, tJlIMSTOl'H-EJim and Joe Go After Them. Married In Estill. RuthtOii.'Rj'. It Cattle in lower part of the county TMessni. Jim Crntchcr and Joe Che-nau- lt A remedy for u n iiil' of black-leLast Tuesday witnessed tlieconsummp- And youll be all right In the morn Ins. left Sunday at midnight for Circuit Court. tiou of a long and happy lovealfatr, tiiis (liease is printed olsewhere irt hunt partridges. When they was 1n Session about when Mr. Kobert Winn led to the altar Circuit Court t day's Climax. A move is on foot to establish a high- were last heard from they they had not fired a shot ! The birds simply inquir aine days, completing its labors last Miss Millie Hamilton. The wedding grade school at Kuttawa. Bingliam, the famous. Wednesday. Thexnost inrrrortant rase which was a quiet homo affair, took Kalih ed, like the squirrel did of Davy RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN As a cure for rheumatism C'hambor- malor bud a good crow.d last'night Crockett. "Is that you Jiui?" "Is that was that of Asher vs. iiouf hern Lumber place at the homo of the bride's parents i lie court Iioum-- , .but we wq'nt to Balm is gaining a wide at you Jxe?" VltiO don't shuQt. we'll juat Co.. described in our last issue, in in Estill, and only the Immediate fami- lain's Pain ir.-- ,s io early to make further notice. come right down favor of ly was present-- The bride, who is a reputation. D. B- - Johnson, of Richwhich Judge Scott In 11 the defendant, ordering a discharge of handsome brunette, is a daughter of mond, Ind , has been troubled with - 1' you have any oak, ash, poplar or Didn't Know it Was Loaded. the attachment by which Asher had Mr Sim Hamilton, of Wisemantown, that ailment since 1862. In speaking of '.vjlnut logs or trees, and wish to sell and is a niece of Mr. It. L. Gentry, of it ho says: "I never found anything .of closed tho lumber company's plant. John lihodus, of Cottonburg, 6on ine case ot the Uommonwealtli vs. this city. She is a true Kentucky girl, that would relieve me until I used I'iuMi lor write or call on accidentally Wm. Uhodiis, deceased, in tno the Chamberlain's Pain Ralm. It acts like ltov & Soi'EK Co., shot hinibolf while fooling with a loaded Anso Harris,"forJw)otiug police officer anu -we can say lucky towords of girl magic with me. My foot was swollen eeney, was put oil to the April term. song, "Robert is marry a en- - i pistol on Saturday night. "The ball nov: i Gin Ntcholasvillc, Ky. and paining mo very much, but one Commoirweakih vs. Alton King,whi(e, like Millie." terod the chest but was deflected irom The groom is a Ison oi Mr. John good application of Pain Ralui relieved liundrud choice, pure bred its course by striking a rib, ranging for disturbing public worship,, fined Winn, one of Estill's most prominent me. Jbor sale by Perry fc Thomas, im cockeiels aud pnllots iround near the spine where it was cut 20. I'l.wiioiith Itook A h'ift to (live. in sluggish river, Ilerbiue, by its A SUUE CUUE FOU C110UP. Commonwealth vs. Sid BIytho. col- - and influential farmers. The happy (or sale at oU centsjinch or$T per dozen. Tctiter, ut bv.a physician. It hodus' wound is and Kczcma, beneficial action upon the biliary tracts, g The man wiio mounts the pinnacle of m It is often difficult to decide what to will cost you Si each after Dee. oulte serious hut the chances are that ored, for receiving stolen property, couple have gone to mid-wa- y I'hev The intense itchiotrand smarting incit TiventydTve Years. Constant Use Will oul renders the bile more fluid, and brings Jjuug-)urya cosy little homo between fame leads a lonely existence. 15 for W nts lie AVJil recover-.- .. tlip liver into, a sound, hearihy condi dent to these diseasea is instantly allayed geta your friends for holiday gifts. Here Wisemantown and Blue Ranks, which a FaUare..,, !SIils..H.' II. Cowua, . ac J)anville's Oldest Firm. What splendid iype tion, thereby banishing the sense Of hy .appjtying...fambcrl3in'js. Eye and is suggestion: the groom had already prepared. May tivity is athe sun as the of tireless de Protest Against in Kirksvillc.' "Good morning, Jennie, I iiavo Richmond, Ky. psalmist Many very had cases The first indication ot cro.u pjs hoarse- -. drowsiness- letharcy, and the general .r. speaks thus of the richest flowers be strewn in their path, scribes Tiie have .been permanently cured, by it. It brought you a nice present," said Gerits issuing like "a bridegroom ness. aud in a em u supiectiu iuih feelhigof apathy which arise from Squire John Long presented a peti oldest Advocate se rnishing-hour.M)0 IIk. Fresh Mixid Nuts at 10c handed in - Danville; and happiness and prosperity attend from chamber and rejoicing like a disease it may be taheh 'as a -sure sigtt of the liver. Price 50c. Perry is equally efficient for itching piles and. trude, as she package her friend a neat.Judge .Million, sjgped wiiicli fa tion a lb as long us they.Mbtv.' '": ..; bv crandehildren them all the days of their lives is the stronghis wrapped decG-Iman to run a race " Jvery of theapprOachTDf an atturic. Follow &rh.mas. a .favorite remedy for sore nipples; ly liip pale, weary looking girl, who , bv 00 citizens, ahcStlvt' members of xii BMdisOn county, bc-- to spealf, the wish of the Climax. , H (XKI lbNIco; Candy at 5c a lb. chnppsd. man ought to rise in tne morning re ing tins hoarseness is-- peculiar rougu. frost bitca lleaa cliiircn. near uououunrg, - auu Hiottored founder of 'the firm, Mr, Sidl IU,IKX) lbs. Pure Stick CalidVat 7ic freshed by slumber and renewed by coughs If ChainberlWin-'nCougliRemtwo churches at Kirksville". protesting The hattleship' Iowa and the cruiser and chronic sore oyes. 25 cts, per box. wftsilowly recovering from severeup a . Rowland, 4iavlng-been-bor-u Married a Madison Lady opened the bundle and hold a in icy V-becomes Philadelphia sailed from San Francisco rest, eacer for the strumrle of the dav. dy is given as soon as the child gainst tbeiasueof liquor license lu tile lO tHKi lbs Our Daisy Mixed Candy cis countv. Dr. Catlj's Condition Pcwiiers, are large bottle of clear, rich medicine- - The history of the Kentucky School But how rarolv this is so. Most people hoarse, or oyen alter the croup congrn Thur8jaVlfor goutj, coast -Kirksville iJiutnut. ltns lormai.pro Tlio Elioe, cent's furnishing, hat and forthe Deaf, at Danville, contains the rise still unrcfreshed, and dreading the nnnearn. it will prevent Hie nttark. It at Tie. a hi , of coius-- only aUlie "Hood's Sarsnparilla!" she exclaimed. just whatTrhorse needs when in bad test, we undprHtaltd, was lodged With y 1 l..v, I ;lck C5 kasm (i hoceky Co . It.-- '.. I.. ,r' . . house of Rowland Coiiinany condition- - Tonic," blood purifier and "I have been reading about it ui mmiB m "A Iteart as Sturdy as an Oak." Judge Million in anticipation of appli cCthingouiesi cstablialnpent& ot its kind name of W. K. Argo. oue of Its fauper-- strain of the day a labors. Ine cause is used in many wious;muw disappoints Itichniond Ky. It I had tue 'never vcrmifnge Tbiy.. are not food bnt and wished Year's; a bottle." was able cation for license by certaiu parties in i Danville. Tho house was formed in iutendents, who married a daughter of of this is deficient vitality and behind this broad land-anc Day Jennie On New But what about tho blood with the medicine and the best-- In use to put n Judgo Wm. Chenanlt. Dean of the Law this lies a deficient snpply of pure, rich theAmtiousmothers. JVe liaveyet to Bronze Turkeys For Sale. that lucalitv. VSiS by tho venerable S. V. Kowland rate the streets, ami to her School oi central University. Ul rrol. blood, and an inadequate nourishment Ipnrn of a fdnale instance in which it heart inns! pilmp at the is to of 70 times horse in prime condition. Price 25 to be out onremarked how wull she ' A Tribute To Our Jailer. besturdy seats per package. who dropped out of the firm in 18S2, Argo, the Danville Advocate gays; If theheart friends who Full biooded bmnzo turkey gobbleis of tho body. There is nothing that has' not' h'rbvbd effectual. No oilier a minute?nerves strong this blood-mus- t S, now and the was looking she simply said: "Hood's a record a id h.'iis for sale by Mrs Thomas Jacobs died and was will cive a man strength and energy, as preparation can show-sucTo the Honorable Judge. T. J. Scott. and it is P. conducted by William "in 1873 Mr.Mr. V. S. Row succeeded by Mrs, Flora Mjtchellof Greenville, Sarsaparilla," and evory ono of them L ild win. s' dec0 4t Jbdge of the Madison County Circuit nud David Rowland. .eontitaiit .u'ce with- be rich and pure. Hood's Sarsaparill.a David C. Dudley, of will Dr. Pierce s Uolden Medical Dis with if he feouse since 18Gp land makes sturdy Fur sals by Perry & good blood." hearts because it makes wns Stricken blind while'doTiig some knew it was this great mcdicino that We. the uraud Jury. Decem and hssmow beeniu 'business on Main North Carolina. Jle was compelled to covery, It dies this by increasing the out a failure. CVurt: Holiday Kates. Im It gives to men' and family sewing. had given back her health. 101 resign In WiU on account of ill health quantity and quality of the blood sup Thoinns. ber Term, lS'Ji), have been m session Danvillo w'omon strength, confidence; courage Duriir' the Christmas holidays tho even davs. bavimr completed our strcetan witii'one lonper than anyman and now occupies a position with the pry. J his nourishes tne nerves, ieeas Have you a cold? A dose of Cous-sen'- 6 csception." No, Maude dear, you could scarcely Uoiorado tichoui ior the ueat. Air the brain, builds up enfeebled organs, The' (Jress m'aljer can help a woman and endurance. la'Uisvilit; it Atlantic railroad will sell work to the best of our knowledge. We in town, Honey of Tar at lied time will re- refer to tho cornet player as a homy Dudley's successor waa Mr. W- - K and gives that sense of strength and . wfth'a wedding gowhbut not with eer.s'Mi tickets to'.all points at rutes examined the jail and found it iji. first- - . . Total Etlipffl of the Moon. and the move it. Price 25 and 50"cents. Perry hauded son of toil. Hood's Pills aro Argo, a voung teacher in the Institu powpr which makes the struggle ot me out ' mo prisoners state Tlio oi one aud one third fare for the round class condition, only cathartic to take with Ilood's'Sar-saparill- a. &"Thbmas. . decC lm they are well fed and cared for.-- We urday total eclipse of ihe moo.ri on Sat tion, .who had Tendered valuablo assist a joy. Tlio "good reeling ' which fol- a devorco Buit. evciiTnjr was , a perfect Miccess, ance to the retiring Superintendent lows the use of "Golden Medical Dis"My son has been troubled for years have no complaint to make of our .moat . . 1 1 The. Farmers' Intitule for Mublfn- Wt the Modern' H'otDr Wedding To day Near Red House. covery" is not duo to stimulation as it irom a meteorological poiui oi view-.- . IP during a long period of worthy Jailer, James w.uickey.. A'twiason and daughter wero burn bnrgjcounty is meeting- - at Greenville with chronic diarrhoea. Sometimeago was visiixe to an, tno sty being perfect strating ins eminent lituess lor the contains no. alcohol, whisky .or other Has found that .her little ones are imI persuaded him to take some of Chamu. iv. uallew, .Foreman. A correspondent informs us that the wifeof John Singleton, of May-flel- to:daV. to ly clear. At a lew-- imnutes. alter six position. But in 16U4 be. too. was coin intoxicant. It does not brace up the proved" more by the pleasant .Syrh'p of- the . .:...' berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Doc. 13, 1899 marriage of Mr. Clarence Moore aud face, round and radiant, began polled to resign on account of Luna's body, but builds it up into a condition Figs, when irr need or tue laxative eiTFor broken limbs, chilblains, burns, Remedy. After using two bottles of Miss Maggie Park will take place at Child Fatally Burned in Estill. to crow dim on Its Northern hemi and seek another climate.- - He is now of sound health. fectofa gentle rome;lv, than by any In biliousness, Horbine, by expelling K'cilds. bruised shins, sore throattand the 25 cent size he was cured. I give high noon Miss Park is hoping some one enjoy it; and it bene from. the body the excesses, purifies the sores of every Alsin. infant son of Mr. and Mrs sphere, due to .the. earth's shadow then Superintendent of the Colorado School of Shipton Paik. nrettv hard .to tell what some other.. Children.true remedy, byrup oi blood, and. toneis up. and strengthents SnowrLlniment. kind, apply Ballard'se this testimonial, may rend it and be It's At eigut oclocte the i or iiiB ueni, auu uib iveuiucKy iriemie nfllicted It will give imined-intH. Johnson, of near Kings Station, approacuing. fits them. The iZt moon looked like aTjrown batter-cakwid rejoice to hear that lie nas about guiiers are ui i vimk i. relief anil heal any wound. Price benefited " Thomas C. Bower, Ulenco. Another WedJing Figs, fs manufactured by the Lalltornia the entire svstciu. Price Wets. Perry listill county, was on Tliunjuoy tar " e decG-lvigor." 25 anil 60c. Perry & Thomas." inplliers the shadow being densost and the recovered his m X'Thomas. decOlui O. For salo by Perry & Thomas, lm There are few ailments so uncomfor Yi'j Syrup- Co., only Itev. O. s. Ilrown. of Clark county, burned at badly during its eclipse total. At 0:30 she emerged that ueall and Mis Phoelm Shearer wilt be mar- - absence the the or rattier 1 lie This Grocer will Not sen Tobacco, Lard or table as piles, but they can easily be following day. The." littln irom beiitml ttie earth cnreiT by using Tahlrr's Buckeye Pile ii d this morning at 1O.30. Miss ensued was plaving about the lire .atul latter jiassed irom betwixt sun:, and Pork r Ointment. Relief follows its use, and is a daughter of James Shearer, fellow when unattended for a few moments moon, wnen lair Jnna oecame as one of Madiaou'd most prosperous. far caught lire to its garments, and tliougl brigbtaud beautiful as over. A great About ayear ago the Climax told oi any one suiiering irom piles can not at Price lire of jllielB. the the cigars ford to neglect to give it everything possible was done to. save many of our citizens watched the slow and .destruction by Danvilleallgrocer, Mr. 50 cents in botues, tubes atrial.. Ferry 75cts. it. the bums were so severe thattUl transit of the earth's shadow across the W. B.tobacco ot a He made a bonfire on & Thomas. Baonssbaro Farm Sold. decO-lmoon, but others who missed the enec Holmes. eltorts proved ot no avail, tacle have been kicking themselves Main btieet in front of his store and Only inferior people make the mis (i. It. Carpenter has sold his farm of dying in Its mother's arms. destroyed a largo quantity of ''the take of assuming superior airs. over" since for not reading theXJLiMAX 15u acres near IJoonesboro to Mr. flic weed, be'ievlng it a sin to sell it. Mr Kinney for S4 100. Mr. Carpenter and F0LL0"vT TEE" 0R0"WD'. Mallei ani Planer. . .7 Holmes.has created another mild sen "Never nnit certainty for hone." family contemplate moving to Oklaho To our Great Holiday Salo this week ma and will shortly start for that pine J and vou will he rewarded with Hie Mr. Milo Shanks, of Washington City. sation by discontinuing the Bale of lard Never take a medicine of doubtful value or pork in any form, having made up instead of Hbod's'Sarsanarilia which is Valley View Anient. our ereatest ... j. vour motey everl .. ti rU r- ? hasanq thaiiK.s lor comes oi the "Mal his mind that theuseof the flesh, of sore to do values - .. r i i i uoat jur juuia let rianer,"a lournaLissuct! by the the swine is contrary, to Jsible Cliaseil III UiiU luui For Sate. and gent's. Our line of Silk andIJuen Columbia Typographical union Ho, Coal dealers ought to give fire insur MADE BY and health. IJBBWMgHJ Eighteen and one Quarter acres of Handkerclnels are complete in' siyie, 101. which stands in the ranks of the teachings says miurlous tospite of Tho ance policy wltn each load. .wear-l-a that "iu Advocate the cnod laud, two miles east of llichmoud quality anu colors: Jjou t lau tosee foremost labor organizations of tho fact that his stock does not contain The disposition of children larralv an the Irvine pike. For particulars our lino of llaranl Mufllers before worfd. The journal is designed prima these important items of commerce, oi a call on or address. buviuc elsewhere. Our line or Aeck- rily to record the events juntlsl"grand latr Mr. Holmes continues to maintain hit- - depends upoahealth If they am trnn- to finish place among with Rev. A. J. TnianLE, wear is me inosr. compieie in ine. ciiv gotten up to procure the leading grocers ofcen oieu cross, worms, tney win be irrita - Uichmonti, Ky. ana feverish; and perhaps ser ble. IjanOO wuere tno large sign. directs paying lor-- 9. temple begun Jus. tral Kentucky." and sick.- "Waste a Urenra Vermiyoi m uaujzivsi isngpt i;o.,.vi west opened is edited by The """Mulletgentle If we are not mistaken, Mr. Holmes iously, a worm expelter and tonic to a lady and a Planer' fuge is Tobe Hackett's Doff BltesiHIra. niajltirjejuciiiuoHJjxvy. man, Misf Catharine A. Fleming and .is a Sanctiflcationist, bavins spent a make them, healthy and cheerful. ' week here some yearn ano when Rev. Tobe Hackett. who. for a week, has ' Stocking. MtVJTH. BabcpQk, who .evince talent rr-r- . o Pickett hold a Sahctifl cation meeting Price 25 ce,nt.v Perry Thomas. Im been up in Laurel county bird limits. many that would-adorsaw In a black on the tripod of the of the editors in tins cuv. lie is a devout man. an Here-- , bi what-wtinir. was bitten by oue olliuuogs widowmay'not wear weeds The crass largest metro , i. i i stocking In Xiexingtou tho other day oplitari patiera. A very freqpent.con upright citizen, and is respected, by all iout -sue: is uimu in ciuvtr. whieh went mad. Motidav. wuo icnow mm. The dog was chased into the Catching: a. large iron ueuieau. a laruuuer, tnontor is one lorn uynum, who morris chair, a sofa, a settee, a rocker. worKBWrono of (Jol. W. r. fechoolers Hotel and killed. R43Ico Impure Frw. Richmond Boys Succeeding at' Danville an easy chair, a cenfer table,' two small original' JIoreKead Advance stories that .hating sores, 'rumors. Ulcers. Can (or. Virginia. OR decanter. The is Jgoou enougu ior me ui.iJLA.A.jnexi chairs and a cut-glaThe Danvillo Advocate's beaut ifill cer oMhe' Kostf, Eye, JLIp. Ear, Neck Mr. J. II. Berry, of Union City, left wnole ouint was an auvenisemen& ior week. illustrated edition of last Friday, said Breast, Stomach, bees, or Arms, are the famous furniture firm of C. Cincinnati,-fo- r Jones V, nil curable by B. ii. B.iBotanio Blood on Motidav. via this ot a iormer cierK oi Mr. Here They Are. Brower Balm), which is made especially to ville. Viv. where ho is managing the Leximiton, Co., Main isand Broadway Elder always whose ad. Call on any of these merchants for "The great things that push and hue cure all terriblo. Blood Diseases. Per timber business of A. J. Kanfhold, of Cusiax.' bottom first column, secqnd ' a. Mr. Berry is a hustler and Christinas necessities and tell them the tlo can accomplish aro fully illustra sistent Sores. Blood and Skin Blcm Cincinnati. give them nairoted In- - the success of O'Uryan Bros. ishes, Sciofula, that resist other treatiias given evidence or ina adaptability. a - -- Wlion in Islington most pniauai Climax supplement told you so. call. it. 15 one oi ine -Jewelry, D. P.'Armer. dealers in dry goods, notions clothing ments, areouicklv cured bv B. B. R furniture houses soutli of Cincinnati Appointment Confirmed. Fresh groceries, Higgins & Ellis. and gents' furnishing goods. These (Botanic Blood Balm.) Skin Eruptions, Christmas turkeys, Arnold Bros. young men came to Dsnville m March Pimples, Red, Itching Eczema, Scales Small Pox Cured In Three Days. . Although he assumed the dulie of Restaurant, fruits, etc., A. Dinelli. 1SU7. They set up in uusiness in i Ulisters. Kei orurown I'atclies, motclies. Tost master, and rtiHtodian of tho Oov Pqs is becoming almost as As small Everything at Joe's. room on East main with a slock of goods Catarrh, Rheumatism, etc, are All due crnment building last August. .Mr. C,C, fashionable as appendicitis which is Christinas meats, Culton & Son. wcrth, all'told, 51.800 To day they are to bad blood, and hence easily cured Wallace's appointment whs not affirmed fullv described in our supplement: to Xmaa goods. books, etc, Wines & Co in a mnch larger room, larthcr u by B. B. B, syphilitic Blood Poison Until last week', nuo to ttie I act tnat no day wc give herewith, a remody. tliat Toys aud millinery, Devore & Buck- town, and have a $15,000 stock. Their literally driven from the system by B, was appointed during a recess of Con is so eiuipie, bu eueciive, cneap, ley. business has grown from a trade which B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), in one to gress. owe it to civilization to Keep Medicines, books, Perry & Thamas. two persons could wait on to ono which five months, B. B. B. does not contain that we a secret no. longer. Tho worst case Produce bought by J. Ih NoiT. requires' the full limn of sir people. vegetable or mineral poison. Ono bot A Little Giri'J Letter lo Chriskrtnkle. ik)X can he cured in thruo day; small KreohPst Groceries. R. B. Boen. Ten firm is .composed or T. t;. and l), lie will test it in any case. For sale b U-simply by the use of cream of tartar. P. P., Ueo Zaring's Patent Flour- - O. O'Brvan. natives of Meade county druggists everywhere. Large bottles dear Kanta: T want von to bring mo a bitr doll aud to books and a doll one 6u'uce, dissolved in a pint of water Coal, feed, etc, Higgins & Jjtixon. C. O'Rryau was in SI, six for 5. Send for a free eampl btisihesfi at Richmond for ftoaie Botflor"wlllch will be sent by return fct of furniture and a awing aud book and when cold drank 'at intervals". It Fine dry goods and novelties, White i case and n doll foldiug bed and a little lias cured thousands, never J eaves a & Gibson. time before the firm began? bnemes in mail. When you Write, describe symp SOrWE&TfitAW STREET. All deii'c'acles of .season. E. Dealher- - Danvillo. Both young busI&Mfi are toms, and personal tree mrtiU wince chock and a wnshstand and a pair of mark nor causes blindness, and'avoids Co, tedious .lingering. We are indbbtedtag-gloves a shoe and a sled. gpldid. business mn and.are will be given, AaufeM.j! Sleighs, bagk-Iea- , etc qibson & Tar to beeome ImporUnt factors ia ttie 438 Mitchell street, Atuut., ua. Hettlo bell Frazee-22li;ijicv.u .iais.Vv verm , t XJf W.iHis. f; f 'u loy. of Jalv3-ly- r 2nd8t.,TtIchtnona,; Ky. eowrarcul m of thi oonimuuty. 1 ht " . first-clas-good-peopl- Win. Arnold Mild 01" head of 1423 Who Will They p irid to J. W Bales at - ("price )m: Mated.") Be-ah- d How Many Will Get? Madi-So- n y rvl Store lor Rent. All the Ladies Believe This. HALF FARE Room suitable for grocery or other Ladies need Hot go farther than Richmercantile Hues on Second street, for mond to find on esclusive china More rent Sor 1300. Dit. L J. Fbazek, Where everything is on sale that fancy tf Itichniond, Ky. could suggest at Messrs. McCaon & To Richmond and return. Deathernge's. The house is full of such Buy Railroad Ticket to Rich-mou- d Tlcsedy for Black-le- g in Cattle. things as Royal Saxe Vases, T.imoges and take the Railroad Cattle of this section are dying in china. Wedgwood, Dresden, Bolleek, Agents Receipt give that renumbers from "fhrs" "disease, and' with Jlavarian, Austrian, Carlsbad, Royal , , in sets or single ceipt with this card to DR. !esre. to prevent tlieJoss aa far us a eft 3osfble we publisii a receipt, hauded pieces Vases, bisque figures, HOBSON and have $5 worth candelabra, medallions, hall Or pailor us by Mr. J. AVado Walker who fl from "Mr. Wm. Arbuckle, of lamps;, also dolls, and dishes, and a of Dentistry done and you get it Ivirf-svillCut this out and save it: - thousand pretty things to be found no Free Hotel Accommodations" "iJqual parts of sulphur charcoal where else'in town. and Free Railroad TickeM Halt peter aud powered ginger. Dose: TabScspoohfull twice daily in half a Madison County Fox Hunters Associilianf Home. ESST'Write "to make enjraIf the case is Vint of warm water. The third severe, give oftener. As a preventive ison County annual meeting of the Mad- ments ami for special prices.; Fox Hunters Association irive sulphur iusalt." will ho held on Tuesday next at thej Reference: Any Bank in! residence of Mr. Will llisle, near Co!-- ! Shooting Near College Hill. lege Hill atS o'clock, a. m , to make all' RichmondT the Postmaster or; A shooting airray took place on Sat- arrangements for the hunt that day. County Judge. 25 per. centj urday about amile or so from College Among the members are Messrs. Joe Hill, in which shots wero exchanged Deatherage, J.E. Greenleaf, Walker and reduction from regular prices!J decG-t- f between Ade Howard andjsim Hezarn. Will Hisle, Xath Ramsey, of Clark. for cash. Both-cam- e from Claycounty, are rejated Will Powell, Chas Combs. Amos I On The Roal Again. by marriage. 'and Howard, who is a son Younger Norris, Tom Martin., of Louis Howard, is closely- - related to Wallace Brothers, of Irvine, and about; love'df change and the fondness The the Howard faction of" Clay county. forty others. The program will em-- j of tratfpl .to a 'drjmraer" like Dqzarn is said to be, when, sober, a brace, first day, sweepstake, small en- printers' inking sticks to the lingers of an clever good" fellow, a true friend and trance fee, about $1, divided between editor. Thev are habits difficult to staunch Democrat, unit as ganio as a first, second and third:; a nice prize will "shake off. This is prefatory to tho au-- l lion. Mr. Howard belongs to a family be given to to the best lady rider the that after a year's associathat know not what fear means. first day. If weather and sport permit tion with D. B Shackelford & Co., Mr4 the meeting will continue two or three P. M. Pope will again, on January 1 (Christmas Service. days. .The present ofllcers ar Presi- take the road forthe n hard- Atit'bt) Catholic church, this place,. dent, Anios 'McKlnncy; Vice Presi- ware firm of Johnson Bros., Cincinnati, tber will be special service Sunday- - afcj dent, Harvey Chenault, Sr.; Secretary for whom he traveled eight years, It. midnight in commemoration ot tbe.birtli Will M. Hisle; Treasurer, Ghas Combs. is with unfeigned regret that wc chroniof otirSavior. Rey Father Ryan will F.vcrybydy invited. cle Mr. I'ope's intention to again take be celebrant. The following "musical up the "white man's burden," but a programme will he carried out in full: . ...Echoes ol the .Danville Game. handsome salary is attached and he is . MarclieRcliKiosl ...Gounod deserving of all the good r. "Wiegaudl Kyrlo Eletson. Tho editor of the Centre College mav come liis way. We things that wish our uionn )n cxceipiB ueo t iLtmez Notes in the Louisville Post proposes friend every success in his change, and Credo Firmer Sauctus farmer this problem: trust he will: ''make" Richmond fre Wiegand JJenedictus 'Richmond claims that her defeat is quently on his route through Central Wiec-an.irtras Dei due to the presence on our team of one Kenfhcky, which territory has been as- Offertory Adeste Fidelia Novello The choir consisting of Mrs. w. S. Oldham, light weight physical director, whoi rgneu bun by Johnson Bros. beat eleven C. U. athletes playing Some weeks airo we overheard a inomas, lenor. jur. joe uuincniguani, tiftsso.i loot ban. Here is a problem lor Kid conversation of some ladies who wero mond: If one Centre College rinW iecussing the popular salesmen of tho ST0LE1T Mr. Pope was considered by caii. beat eleven C 17. men, ow many citv. it take ro boat From Itohert Elkin'fi place on (Dece- CgR. men will Richmond "should eleven them as having few equals and no Centre men? liave superiors here, lor all those qualities mbers. J890, near'TlutfitoU Posto'fllce," Madison county. Ky., OXB KRCWIV worked this promblem 'before the grme that enter into the composition of a s courteous, oblg- MAKE, seven years old, 'about 14 and strengthened Iher team accordng, efficient cleric. He may wear this bands high, her mane coached last ingly." When both colleges live strictly up boquet until he returns to the place iprinir, and alwut sue inches long now. that will ever welcome him as a pertliin. long tail, lelt lore loot wliite to to the rules ,o'I ',,pura athletics," eto., we will considtr manent citizen. ankle. fi"adlle knolon her "backu. heavy lose built mare, natural pacer and it worthy o'f public concern which side doe not trot. The State .pays $50 wins and which side loses. Centre reward for the capture and conviction- won the championship, we presume, as .Just before retiring, it your liver is of the thief. Any itrformation leading; fairly as it would have been had C. U. slucglsh, out ot tune and you feel dull, to her iecove.iv will he gratefully re-- . captured, the banner, and there's no . . billons, constipated, take a dose ot i i use Kicking now. :eiveu uy uirrtmuer. "Won-estercut-glapro-rtiroe. y. well-knowT". Fine Holiday Goods Handsome'DrGsshin; Cases, Toilet Sets,. Manicure -- Toys Boxes, Ladies' Work r Sets,-.tork- " Baskets and Fancy Baskets, Music Boxes, Albums, Chrpaware Sets," Handsome Vases, " Dolls, Toys of all kinds for children and Picture;1?rames for Indies. . visit; old - sahta ' clatjs. ;at:the btjsy bee. . prices on these Holiday Goods' will be. much cheaper 'tlian they are to be found anvwheYe else, as it is a side line with us and we only carryHlie line forVYur - ..."oS otic many. CustomeVs1.' 'Offilfes Lafgst Cloak Factories in the WxS hilVe just closed a cloak deal with .on 'ueenpityXvherehy we purchased every Garment iii 4he entire factory,, amounting to about ien Thousand Dollars worth. We divided this lot between our three stores, Richlow and at closing out mond, Tlfc 'Sterling and Georgetown. "We bought these cloaks-ver- y priee ior FRESH NEW GOODS." If you need anything in Ladies', Misses' or Children's ''Cloaks, Fur Collsire'tts or Colkvrs, 3ou can save half the price by buying from this stock. 'CALL AND SEE THEM. .. Each and every OVERCOAT and SUIT of CLOTHING in our, great store will be daj-swe wish to closo- offered at. an, JEN OR M OU S SAC RIFICE PRICE for the next-1before the Holidays. ..the entire lot 5 .PRICES ON THEM. ' of cost for Our Men's, Boj's' xind Youths Boots and Shoes will be sold don't want the trouble of taking any fifteen days. We take stock during the Holidays-anmore stock than we can possiblyiielp. If you need Ladies' Fine or Coarse Shoes, Children's Shoes, Baby Shoes, orauything in that line get our LO.W CLOSING OUT CUT d : Closing- out stock taking prices will be made on every article in the Busy Bee Cash u Store Vt llUvws Soup Sefc ow lioxxA." g. Cor-bin-- to . d OLDHAM & COMPANY. - doci-dedj- 1 ith, Suit-Kheu- m house-Keepin- 1 - dis-ohle- rs m , a biuffls,--'chilblains- ,. e to-da- , h twenty-five-year- has-bee- . X d. lau-hi- er bini-ilar- ly 1 e. old-tim- .... m lieu-lious- e. Mu-are- tiie-xmt- - TO BE HAPPY preventative is m - t- you-goo- is! Is lobe frec from colds and damp fee tt The only ?SSt pair of the I a in-18- mi k2x . - ri - m Moot ees.ooooooo. r. j ss -- -- in-th- e We im .the authorized agents for these TWO BOOTEES hacked by the Manufactory, any other agents jare fraudulent and backed by nothing. 'y..T. DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO., I f J!iuo P rntS hows through CALL AT BY WHICH GRAIN TRUST. FIVE MEN HOLD UP THE FARM NUTMEGGERS' SOME OF QUEER LAWS. ,NEW 70E3CF.ASI0WS. Tho most fashionable eveuirj wnfpa . are long paletots. The prevalent idea-ohaying peltl- coats and corset cover, in one'pieca. is good,, and it reduces the size of the waist in effect, antl ir iparts great trim- ncss and flexibility 30 the figure. The Jong Caracul j.icktit is simple, in outHn'6, but very siy ish mid useful. The passion for elvet gowui. finds ants.tic wnbodii.ieu , in an exquisito cor lection nUort. 1 W Lord & Taylor. It in of Jlie lovely 3iew bhadc of "fleur iioiin," and is maoe m'th tiained Mhito lapels em t.itl' waistcoat hav'.-broidered with yHrlauds 311 many coloji-- . , , Under th jlian.i.fngV'rfuncsssgowns Hit j'nuch in vogue,- nu int re fitting corset. In bo worn than the 11. & G be ioutid. It is the perfection, of grace 'and'cojnfort, aud has, everywlivrj the countenance of careful ann artistic dressers. ' - -- REeiOIOUJS. n? jvell-know- ERS L'.KK HIGHWAYMEN. f New York Journal. other: THEM SOUND STRANGE, BUT ARE '.PERFECTLY REASONABLE AND RIGHT.".- - n Richinontj friends of this mister will ;feafi the :foll6wing'ith interest, from Sunday's Courier Jour? SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by up-t- o 'ate and aecomnio-datin- clerks. Oeculae Saratoga Water Kept cn Tap. Phone 3. Second St. KY. RWlMOXn, Is Ttr.cUof cvcrv Am rican. It nets powerfully r.nd quhky. A tlan Mrn. rtmlcally Perfect. Is ths r?sultct30 6m use ct rXGlKERu. Ypuneinca regain tlirirlit r ..i' U' ml, and Old Men will recover their yoct M':l visor. It fits ono . 1 chc-rtu- FOR WEAK MEN Tho nrat French Remedy within easy REGENER3 for business, rtndv r r.i rrl.T-ethe oreatett Ucnino nrr roll ta this eccntrf. Can bo carried In vet ixtclct. By mail S1.C0 refold perl r, or fix forCj.CO. no Ins ron!7 where Mt IxiTcsdonot effect a cere. Lirculars free. Address tho American oflico of BS8B5M Q2HEL CO.? For sale by Terry & Thomas. afft5tz sept!3-ly -- I35ECOflOMIST 1 l"r-r- RAPES AND v - 10.- - .rrynvrrm j . Connecticut is noted for her queer One of tho most important tasks thnt freshest tinnch of wiil confront Congress at its coming sosthem,, from UioNew York "World. nion will bo the passage of some meas on the 1st of ure calculated to carry out tlieintentof They;went into g.lfcct !.!-.- .. the Interstate Commerce Law, which , II RtmongnW'I'ajH insurance, m.co has practically become a dead letter. to tin - and At the recent tcssion of the sub-co- n to him, nn-lritiimuy thall of the Industrial Commission at ier mortgagrf mittee niurtgagd d 3bt. Chicago evidence was Riven tht become jv pai t tho may be exempto. i from Wind perj-uuthrough dieciimlnatlng rebates givn ' S3 000 to a combination of cnpitalisis Afr. Phil taxation to Ihc a itount governor must jUiulaiui urbor The D. Armour and four associates weie in absolute control of the jjrain markets of and bin! Parent.- i.re icspoii6iblo i r their the Weet truant children. In tho absence of competition,' these The 'United .States flagina-i- t not e men can pay the Tanners starvation disfigured with inscriptions',, prices for their gram. Or, if necessary You will bo fined for uiggiog moie. to crush competition, the (liscrimina than one peck of clams on the Fair tion in their favor by tiie railroads en ables them to nay two or three rents field bench. Rabbits aro protected in the close more per buthul than MANSES THE $YSTEM can prolitahly niford. any competitor seaeon.. . If you wisli to collect birds' eggs you EFFECTUALLY In other woid, tho railroads are the must have a licence from ttie game com foundation btones upon uliicii is built ' , a most unjust system ot trust povereign missioners. Typewritten deeds, itllls and con ty. Their system of rebates in favor of ' overcomes big combinations is nothim: less' than tracts are binding, and standard rib . kISTIPAHUN highway robbery. The fact, that Ar bons are prescrihbd. ITIIAI L,Uf- Trout hatched from the egg by grow " mour owns IS.OCO cars enables him to nrnii nurimv mako vast sums 011 the uiileago of his ers may 00 sold, uetwceu 1 ui t ui. 1, rLii and October 1. cars alone. You must kill wild ducks, geese and ICIAL EfFECTS Chas. Counselman, one of the Ei raised O By Five, testified before tho committee brant with a gun that must be THE GENUINE-MAr- lT at arm's length and discharged from that lie and his four fellow conspirators met daily and fixed the price of grain the shoulder. All children in the schools must have lor tue loilowinp day. Tiiey are un rot au er mi enssrs rou He tu ecmc. to do this through their eyes tested. doubtedly enabled bicycles must Dealers in second-han- d y JanS-lrato discrimination on tho part of the . railroads. This discriminations in 6ome keep records. Lodging house keepers must keep instances is as high as nine cents ahun tired pounds in favor of grain as against their books in Englieb. Bread must not bo baked in a dark flour for export. cellar. This discrimination lias shut down or Yon must not kill more than 75 raits put upon half time most of tho large in one day. llourmills throughout the country, or English Mongolian. Chinese Every day the railroads are strengthen pheasants must not be killed before ing their position as unprincipled and r extortionate dealers in the country's 190G. Workmen must not btj forced to join merchandise. Nothing short of government owner a labor uuion. - wf .L prolei-tpropert- - f da. - Acts gently on dneys, Liver and Bowels Lrfj the 1 .rC. 1 gUAFTGPSYRVP(S Ruoy 'velvet, lightly embroidered with' rnliV. colored llfnilli intermiTMl witlrgold, makes a superb costume. The more delicate the baby, the more scrupulously it should he clad in the finest wool, from the stomach hand to the sacque. And, speaking of ihc latter reminds me of those !est & Co.,are shfiwing, which are marvels ot dainty needle-worcomfort nnd-n- li around beauty and utility. Mourning veils are now put 011 the hat so that they may be thrown back from the face instead of covering it. k, . d For evening wear, and spangled gauzes are more fashionable than silks, satins or brocades. hand-painte- Enelyn Caulk. Our Goods "I was nearly dead with dyspepsia, triod doctors, visited mineral springe, and grew worse, I used Kodol's Dyspepsia Cure. That cured me." It digests what you eat. Cures indigesall forms of dyspepsia. Perry & Thomas. TO JUDGE MILLION. tion, sour stomach, heart burns and Our prices " ' r' ' ington, V(a. Hero the pastor of the Broadway Baptist church studies three or four hours each morning in preparation .for that magnetic extemporaneous speaking which .draws to the church some of the largest congregations iu the city. Hero arejdrawn the inspiration and courage wqich enables this pastor to announce "hi? catholicity of idensand feoling. Not a word of any disconrse is written, rare ly arranged in his mind. The charm of Mr. Jones' speaking Is its spontaneity. For the winter the evening discourses have taken the popular form of 'Echoes From Sodom,' and to tho preparation of these much time and earnest con sideration is now given, as they are to portray this city's evils so that they may be righted. The eloquence of Mr. Jones' addresses causes him to be much sought after as a speaker at commencements, also for literary lecturer in colleges.etc. In this small room these addresses are thought out and molded., so that later the strength of tiie speaker can be given to the play of the imagination and force fill delivery which aro the characteris tics of his sermons and nddresses." -- '. llal: . "The study, really the 'thinking place,' of the Rev. Carter Helm Jones, (s. for. greater quiet" and privacy, in home, near the the third story corner of First street and Ormsby avenue. This place Is entirely given up to the denominational "work in which tho young pastor is making- - so great a d reputation It is a cozy room, and cheerful. On the walls aro many photographs associated with Mr. Jones' student days, his class of 'S5 in the Southern Baptist Seminary, the original 'Shakespenre Seven,' of which he was a member, and the Irving Literary Club of Knoxville, Tenn. At tho door hang some hcantiful photographs of the Robert E. Leo Memorial at Lexof-hi- s .J PLEASE TRY book-line- I0c. 25c. 50c ALL DRUGGISTS. A BOON r--i TO MANKIND! DRTABU JlJ EG V UCKEYE 'I I t. mzZ c rn u mti "Tl in 4 1 IWMMI A Rubber A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. -- Tire Factory Here Compel vou to trade with us ship of railroads will abolish the evil every day is becoming more when you give us a trial It t lie corporations evidentno more re have that MS gjili gard for tiie laws of the country than for the Ihousmds of email dealers whom thev ruin annually. The Queen & Crescent only through 20dec4t car line to Ashevillo. WHERE WOMEN VOTE. (Lexington Ilcrald.l 11 Roofing, Guttering and Gene tl KM B ADVICE The ladies cannot be deceh Qd by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims. Al Job Work. we have to say is, we buy in the best markets o the world, select the la . test goods, and when you buy 3'ou know j'ou have DESIGNS The election reports from the equal sutfrage States show it to be still true as Judge Kingman, of Wyoming, wrote years ago, that "in keeping order the presence of a few ladies is worth whole fquad of police." A cartoon published in the Denvt Daily Kens the day after the election hown two street scenes. One is label ed Election Days Years Ago." It represents voters rolling on the ground, locked together in a free fight while a policeman is bearing down on them with a club in one baud and a re volver in the other. The second pic ture shows a young lady bring bowed into the iHilling place by polite election ol'.lcord, an old lady aud gentleman peacefully following arm in arm, whil a small boy with juvenile chivalry offers his hand to a little girl to help her up to the curbstone. Underneath written, ' Effects of the Australian B.d lot and Woman's SuiTeraee." An of ficer of thclaw is represented fast asleep in a corner, with the legend. "iSpecia Police a Useless Luxury Nowadays The election reports from many dif ferent parts of the country abound headlines like the followiui;: "Ligli Vote in Pennsylvania," Little Interest and a Light Vole in Kansas," ''Light Vote in Virginia," Small "Vote in Mis sissippi," etc., etc But no one holds this up as a proof of the unfitness of men for suffrage, or argues that the rai- noiity of men who were public spirited e lough to wish to vote bliould be prevented because of the ind:flercnce of And those who did not care to do so. yet the sninll vote of women at school elections is held as a reason why they should not be given full suffrage It is reported that the unsuccessful candidate for Mnyor of Woonsocket, K. I., fainted away when he learned of his defeat. If lie had been a woman candidate for Mayor of a town in Wyoming vt Colorado, how the comic papers from the Atlantic and Pacific would h.ivo come out with pictures of the scene! Last, but not least, nearly 4, OOO ballots cast in highly intellectual Boston had to be thrown out because they were not properly marked. All this is no proof of tho unfitness of men to vote; hut it does not show that men and women are made of tho same kind of clay, and that tho brethoren are in position to throw stones at theirslsters. Story of a Slave. hand and foot for years by the chnins of disease in tiie worst form of slavery. George D. Williams, of Manchester, Mich., tells how sueh a slave was made free. He says: "My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone. After using two bottles of Elec tric Bitters, she is wonderfully Im proved and able to do her own work." This supreme remedy for femalo dis eases quickly cures nervousness, sleep lessness, melancholy, headache, faint ing and dizzy spells. This miracle working medicine is a godsend to weak, 6ickly run down people. Every bottle guaranteed. Only 50 cents. Sold by G Perry & Thomas, Druggists. To bo bound . . Judge elect, Elzle Million, was formally installed as County Judge last. Monday. Tho people, regardless of political preference, and especia'ly th's end of Madison county arc proud of Mr. Million, and recognize in him a man with an untarnished character, and worthy to wear the honors of his high position in which the people have placed him, and the pooplo believo he will hear courteously, answer wisely consider soberly, and decide impartially. The rankest partizan does not doubt otherwise. The Argent is proud of Judge Million, because ho bails from DOUBLE DAILY FAST TRAINS this magisterial district, and, when you VIA get an officer out of this district, he's a good 'tin it lie does Happen to bo "ugm THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY. politically. Well wishes aud right For the present Winter Season TIIE SOUTtl-Kllhand of patriotic friendship of Million RAILWAY, with connections, presents r superior scneauies, tnrougn magisterial district is hereby extended ine most thansnortation arranzccentseenerai. vice and ly, every offered to the trarel to Southern ReJudge Million. Valley View Argent. Mr. S. L. Midkiff has installed the Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; bottles, so cents. first and only plant in the county for the construction and repair of rubber JAH?S F. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor, - - 3!0 No'lh Main Siresl, ST. LOUIS, tires for vehicles, and is turning out " For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druffffists. factory work at less than factory prices. Wo examined his woik aud found it equal to any in service. He will be pleased to exhibit his own factory work and quote prices. He puts rubber tire on old wheels and the life of the The Queen & Crescent only 24 hours vehicle is prolonged so that twice their to New Orlears. cost is saved, not to mention the com20dec4t oct25-t- f fort derived. Hon. "W. It. Ramscv, of London, late Republican candidate for the nomina tsegs--- s&m&zm mmszGssta lion for Attorney General at the Lex ington convention, was here this week. He is considered onb of the best law yers in the mountains and one of the (IN KENTUCKY ) most popular citizens of that section. Schedule In effect June 11. 1890. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. MP. SOUTHERN RfllLWflY. No.1. 7.40amj I &sxifmmi mssi EASTBOUSD. Pittsburg Central Stock Yards EAST LIBERTY, PA. OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO No.5. 4.C0pm I No.3. TO FLOEIDA Lv Louisville... Ar Shelbyvllle... Ar La'rcnceb'g.. Ar Versailles.... WESTBOUND. ArLexlngton.... Lexington... VersaUles.... La'renceh'g,. Shelbyvllle... Louisville .... Lv Ar Ar Ar Ar 7.45pn 9.07pn 6.25pm 9.5opn 10.16am &4?pm lO.Wpn 10.45am 7. 15pm 10.35pn No. 6. No. No. 4. 7.30am 4.25pm 5.l5aa 0.00am 5.33pm SHIPPERS. 7.55am 4.52pm 5. Stan 8.20am 5.15pm 5.55an 9.12am 6.05pm 6. Kan 10.40am 7.iopm 7.55an WESTBOUND. Yards have been enlarged and rearranged. It is the nearest point to the Eastern market. Best Distribdting Point East more, "Washington, N car-se- VERY SORE to K.U. &say J A U a 4' tin nnnvoiniTC OBTAINED S the latest, up-to-da- te AS TO Ka E5 a Notice in "Inventive Age" Book "How to obtain Patents" Q Charge moderate. No fee till patent is secured. Letters strictlv confidential. Address. r E. C. SICGERS, Patent Lawjer. Washington, D.C. PATENTABILITY EFRSEfll? BbSkri goods. Is that what you want? If so, trade with BOYS URGE THAT THEIK KEl'KE-SENTATIV- E OUTCLASSED ALL IN DECLAMATORY CONTEST. J. B. Clark, Peoria, 111., says, "Sur geons wanted to operate on Die for piles, but I cured them with Dewitt's Witch Hazel Salve." It is infallible for piles and skin diseases. Beware of counter feits. Perry & Thomas. NINETEENTH CENTURY ENDS DECEMBER 31, Lexington Herald. 1 1S00. lite 1 AND Gibson it r-- r r v n.' y' PEPSI iYRUPINDIGESTION. f CURES DR. CALDWELL'S ut 1 lis; , - Kodo spepsia a Cure nt EQUAL TO ANY EiY.ERGENCY Tin i who lias a ;ooil, sound, mature in strengtnening ana recon caniHe midi-- iiiin. Ho chu structinc the exhausted dicestlve or in the tnmiulit that when gans. It is the latest discovered digest-anwnr! Ik li is one of our well niH!n, reliable and tonic No other preparation i can approach it in efficiency. It in- )liiiiiig, carriage?, ru lou tn, that enmo staniiy relieves ana permanently cures steIrR, or r.nd what may on the r.wi, hi trajpiii never .Dyspepsia, jinaigestion, iieartourn, will give way. 'i have one of the Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, finest ftocks of ro.nl wagons, SickHeadache,Gastralgia,Cramps,and antl rublinrlirf Imies in allotherresultsof imperfectdigestion. JOHN DONELSON, Prop'r., prepare a oy t ueuuc a to, Chicago. inHii It artl Ccially digests the food and aids Digests what you eat Many contests have been lostand won e since organization of the declamatory contest, but never was there a crowd of boys so downcast and woebegone as the K. U. delegation, which arrived via the C. & 0..Saturday morning from Richmond. "To lose is bad enough," said one, "but to win and then have thedecision taken from you is tough luck." The boys say that the majority of the audience, all of the S. C. and most of the W. C. delegations, a number of C U. boys and even some of the S. A. E.s Mr. Rowell's own fraternity brothers say that Mr. Porter, tiie K. U. man, bliould have had the decision. They say that all the speakers did well, but thnt iu getting behind his piece in inter-collegiat- rt r 11:1 whalu-vkm- rocka-wnj'- H t JUtll-mon- d. Keniiii kv Carriacc Works For sale by .Perry & Thomas. Ex Sun Ex SunjEx Sun naturalness, in dramatic ability and in expression and magnetism, Mr. Porter A.M. P.M. A.M. S 20 10 22 5 15 Versailles outclassed his opponents and that the 6 30 7 00 Nicholasville .. 11 02 7 55 7 35 Valley View. .. 11 20 winner recited a sample story and did 11 41 9 00 7 Million not do that well. Hon. John S.Smith 9 11 58 8 05 Richmond- P. M. failed to come and so the decision was 12 13 10 00 Union 10 0 .Moberlcy- 12 16 rendered by two judges, Prof. C. M. 10 25 12 30 Brassfield. Best and Elder 11. 11. Glark. The boys 10 40 12 35 Panola 1 05 11 35 Irvine. sav tliat tiiey are not alone in their Hyler's Dyepepscia Tablets, pleasant, soreness and that a number of t NoTi2 No.. 4 NoTS No. 10 easy to take, and give permanent repersons from the audience took lief. SO days treatment, $1. Mailed westbound ExSun Ex Sun Ex Sun ExSun the position that they had been unfair- on receipt of price, A M. P.M. P.M. A. M. 1 45 11 55 Irvine ly treated. 1 05 2 10 MUIiDOCK CtntE Co , Panola 1 20 2 15 nrasstield. nov29 ly Atlanta, Ga. 2 29 Moberley 1 45 Volcanic Eruptions 2 32 Union 6 05 Richmond 2 45 2 35 Aro grand, hut Skin Eruptions rob TOOK HIM AT HIS WORD. 8 20 3 15 Million 3 15 life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, 3 30 Valley View..... f 31 3 40 3 53 f 4 30 Nicholasville... 6 58 cures thein, also Old, Running and 7 50 4 45 6 10 Tho faculty of terse and forceful Versailles Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, speech is ordinarily aud advantage, but '"" p7m." v.iil' p.m." Corns, "Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, occasionally a man gets hoisted by his All trains connect with Louisville Southern Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. own epigram. A hustling young New trains to and from Louisville. P. O. All trains connect with Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Yorker who was recently established to and from Cincinnati. C. N. &T. trains Pains and Aches. Only 25 cents a box. iu a branch of the oil business had set W. ROCIC. Train Dispatcher. J. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Perry & out to get the patronage of acettain W. II. ADAMS, Superintendent IPO The Nineteenth century ends with the last moment of tho year 1900. All time begins with 1 and not with an 0. Hence the century begins with 1 and ends on the last day of the year. The years counts by name and its beginning but the century docs not end until the year is ended. If A. D. hegan at Christ's birtli then he was horn A. D. 1 (Anno Domini), the year of our Lord, ono If he was born January 1, then it was not January 0, but January 1. When he was six months old, what year was it? Plainly the year 1. "When he was twelve months old it was January 1. 2; tliat is, time was then beginning on the second year. The first week in tho month is not the 0 week; the second week of the month is not counted at the end offourtecn days, but at the end of eeven days. Time begins al the first second of the first minuto of the first hour of the first day of the first month of the first year. The centuries n therefote, begin 1, 101, 201, 1901. Citizen. Ken-tuckia- DOUBLE-DAILTRAINS from Cincinnati and Louisville, in connection with the Queen &. Crescent Koule. via (Jiiauanooga, Jesup and The Plant System. from CincinTIIROUGU SLEEPING-CAnati to Jacksonville, with convenient connections from Louisville, via Kn&jcville, Asheville This is the Scenic Route and Savanuah through the Mountains of Western North Carolina "The Land of the Sky." Also through Sleeping-car- s from Sr. Louis to Jacksonville, in connection with the L. E. & tit.L. Railroad (Air Line), via Louisville: and from Kansas City to through sleeping-car- s Jacksonville, via ine n L. r. s. .v. Kailroad, in connection with THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY, via Birmingham, Atlanta, Jesup and Tho Plant System. The fast Kansas Limited, only thirtv-eighours ironi r.ansas uuy 10 jacssonviiie. All Agents of connecting lines sell through TViuter Excursion tickets via TIIE SOUTHERN RAILWAY to the Resorts of Florida and the South. Maps, schcdnles, booklets and info;mation mailed tree to any address, by J. C. Beam, Jiu. N. W. P. A., SO Adams St . Chicago, 111. C. A. IIaird, Trav. Passr Aengt. Louisville, Ky. W. A. Turk, Gen. Passr, Agent, Washington, D. C. Wsi. II. Taylok, Asst. Gen. Passr. Agt., Louisville, Ky. Y R ht sort a. EASTBOUKD, to- - IX No. 11. 4.00pm 7.40am 0.30pm 10.00am 7.1&pm ia43am XASTBOCN-P-. op Indianapolis for li,u' Philadelphia, New York and . Ly Loulsvil Ar 7.33pm ioloan Lv LarncbrgAr MOpm MOan ArllarodsbgLv 4.25pm 7.20an 7.30pm iaS5am Ar Unrgln. . Lv 4.15pm 7.10an WESTBOUNrZ" stations. Na 12. No. 14 Good buyers always in attendance for export eattiV and PHIVAT3 HORSE SAL3S Eastern markets. other kinds of stock. Consignments for Commission firms given grompt attcniiE73RT VESS2AT. No. 15.'tNo.6. 4.00pmj 7.40am 9.09am .50pmiia25am 7.10pm 11. 10am 7.4pmH2.05pm EASTBOUKD. Lv Loulsvil Ar Lv Shelbvil Ar Lv Vtrtsllcs Ar Ar Midway Lv Ar Gcorgtn Lv stations. Na 16. 10.40am 9.12am 7.50am 7.30am 7.00am tNo.C8 7.35pn 6.06pii 4.1Spn 3.38pn Simon O'Donnell, General IVIanajjer. aoppn WESTBOUND. tNo. tNp. 5. STATIONS. "tNn." & tNo. 2, 7.40am 4.lVpm Lv Loulsvil Ar ia40am 7.3Spit cVAOpm Lv Verslles Ar 7.50am 4.45prr H.ICatn 7.35pm Ar Nichlvill Ar 6.58am 3.&5pn: 11.58pm 8.30pm Ar Rlchmnd Lv 6.05am 3.00pn: 1. 10.22am Madi son monume nta! Works, ESTABLISHED 1.05pm Ar Irvine Lv 1.45pic L. 8u A. No. 1 .El. H, Time Table No. 1. Taking Effect Sun. day, November 19, 1899. east bouxd No. 3 No. 9 CO . Lv Louisville. 7.4iiam 7.45pm Ar Lexington taam ia35pn: ArKnaxville 7.(Opm 7.45am ArARhevlUe .lOam l.lOprr Ar Savannah 5.00am Ar Jacksonville 9.00am Ar Chattanooga 6.10pm 6.25am Ar Atlanta 10.45am 11.50am Ar Macon LlOam 225pm Ar Jacksonvlllo 9.10am 9.10am Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, ami Foreign sod Lv Chattanooga 6L30pm 6.45am Ar ntrmingham 10.05pm 11.30am Ar Meridian American Marble and Granite. 2.30am fl.50pm Ar New Orleans 8.25am ..... Trains Nos. 1, 2, 5 and 6, between Louisville and Lexington, carry Free Observation Chair Cars No. 1 connects at Lexington daily with through s'eeping cars to Chattanooga. Birmingham and Kew Orleans, and through sleeper from Chattanooga to Atlanta, Macon and Jacksonville. Those wlio arc contoniplatinfr liiiyinj: Jlnrlilc, Granite, or any Trains Nos. 3 and 4. through' slecplngcars between LouWvllle and Birmingham, connecting Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call at tho old .stand in tin at Lexington with throuirh Pullman sleepers of the JI. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly 01: I, via narrlnun letween Knoxville. AshcvUle. a large stock of finished work to select from, at prices to pttit all cImfv. s Columbia. Savannah' and Jacksonville. buyers. F"JIr. W. G. GOUOHER. ono of the best workmen in (Vim The only line with three dally trains be- Keutucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means Kttisfaetciy w tween Louisville, Shelbyvllle and Lexington. in every plnse. Parties livini: at a distance should write to us for d tDally except Sunday. Other trains daily. which will be furnished on application. A. Wiiedojt. P.&T.A., S.T.Swirr. P.&T.A. Louisville. Ky. ' K T" C. A. Haibd. T. P. A.. ruUville "ty! PATH ON AGE SOLICITED.- F.S.GAKNON. 3d V.P.ikG.M.. J. M. CULP.T. M ashlngton, D. Washington. D.C. W.A.TcnK.a.P.A.. W1UH.TATLOE.A.G.PA1 W ashlngton, D. C Louisville. Ky. stations. No.1. No.3. 1863. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Piiopihetok. Statuary ?m WORK A SPECIALTY. . a JKMES T. HAMILTON. Propriety iudig-nan- I EASIER THAN EVER The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it " Easier Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California. The splendid train service with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled "Limited." Is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever1' to take a trip to the above mentioned territory. The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vcstibuiled' trains from LouisTille to the South, also a weekly Pullman Tourist Cartor California, Lve Louisville every Thursday 9 25pm Arr Memphis Friday .8 ISatu 7 45pm Arr New Orleans Friday. .. Lve NewOrleansFriday. .... 8 20pm Arr Houston Saturday 8 45am 4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday Arr Elpaso Sunday 3 45pm 9 2ipm Arr Los Angeles Monday .. S 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday Tut is Tie Trie Witter Route , aI-m-.' 0 A Thomas, Druggests. 0 Crescent onlv through 20dec4t Pullman line to Florida. & The Queen A WITTY LAWYER'S ESCAPE-- . .stfip P ill TBS to ascertain its condition, you may find that a new one is necessary. Pave the way to home happiness by getting one of our A dispatch from Franklin says: Chas. Cavett has been pronounced in sane by the County Court of Inquest. He shot and killed Flanius Elliott and in John Dick at a house of October, and was indicted by a grand jury in November on a charge of willful murder. He brooded over his troubles until he lost his mind. Childless people often drift apart. The wife seeks to satisfy her heart "Always roaming with a hungry heart." The husband finds the home dull and goes to Uie club. The happiest phonies are those which echo to the love and laughter of childish voices. The conditions which preclude motherhood ore often remediable. Thev trrow out of a diseased or enfeebled condition of the delicate female organs. When these conditions are removed, and vitality and elasticity given to the organs of motherhood, it frequently follows that the home is gladdened by the coming of a healthy, happy infant. There is no other medicine that will do as much for women as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It dries tip disagreeable drains, allays Inflammation, heals ulceration, cures female weakness, and establishes the delicate womanly organs in a state of perfect health and vigor. There is no alcohol, opium or other narcotic in " Favorite Prescription." Any sick woman may consult Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., by letter, free. Every letter is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential. "I had been a sufferer from uterine trouble lot about three years, having two miscarriages iu that time, and the doctors that I consulted said I would have to co through an operation before I cou'dgive birth to living children." writes Mrs. Blanche E. Evans, of Parsons, Luzerne Co., I'a. "When about to give up in despair I saw the. advertisement of Dr. Pierre's medidne and thought I woidd give it a trial as a last resort. I bought a. bottle or Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription,, and aftef taking it ielt better than I had for years. Atter taking four and a half bottles I gave birth to a bright baby girl who is now four mouths old and has not had a day of sickness. I unuot say too much in praise of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription." cravincr, III., STOVES OR RANGES. For heating or cooking, we can please you. For parlor, dining room, or kitchen we have mm r' the latest. ' HE APPARATUS. .Quo of the Acoun Radiator at our price is certainly bargain talk that will make you walk toward our store. ' by society. G Era. 1H 7HJ TAYLOR BROS. G3 im ?Hi a irtiJ m si an s irUi g) ii &mmmmmm iorllidlljll BE CURED. CATARRH CAN MURDfl ICI'S CATARRH CURE. IT GOES TO EVERY PART. SORE, SAFE AND PLEASANT. For yeara has tho medical fraternity nought a reliable and sure cure for Catarrh. In this endeavor many hundreds ot Doitrnins hare been offered to a suffering public, and the health of thousands hao been completely ruined by taking them, theBC various compounds causing the worst forms of Dyspepsia. Sprays and ointments are also worthless, as it Is impossible to reach me anecieu pans in imt manner. JilUrdoClt's Oata.fr ll CurO is a nctr and scientific areparatlon and Is to be smoked in a pipe, thereby the fumes and vnioke goint orer the entire system affected by the disease. It relieves instautly the worst forms of Asthm, Bronchitis, llay F,evr Colds in the Head and all fornis of Catarrh, no matter what shape, and enre-- where treatment is continued for reasonable time. No matter bow little yon are aifecteU, don't dolay treatment. Catarrh comes often from simple colds. Like all new and valuable preparations you will find others saying theirs are Just t WE ONLY ASK A TRIAL TO CONVINCE. Mailed to any address, on receipt of price. Put tip in tin boxes, $1.00 per -- Vox;, . for Ut) - flan.. nov29 - ly Murdoch: Cure Co., ' " Atlanta, Ga, i-- Dr. Pjerce'a Pellets are a boon to 'Tfoaiea of coastiptd habit. Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to tho territory mentioned will do to comone time engaged in the trial of an immunicate with R. II. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. portant will case in Kendall county beWm. Alpohd Khixond, A. G. P. A., fore the late Judge Leland and a jury. 9 15 am A. H. IIaxsox, G P. Louisville, Ky. A., 58 am Jl 30 During tho course of an eloquent, conChicago, 111. , dec29-l- y 6 pm vincing argument he told the jury they . ... pm express a wasnington would find in tho Bible the following: H3 Accommodation trains run daily except Sunday. Other trains run dallr. "The Lord tempers tho wind to the m Through sleeping and dining car service to yh H iOMMeoiiaH j New York. shorn lamb." r-For information, rates or sleeperreservations m Judge Leland, who was noted as a K. liuuu. Agent L..tN.Uy., call on or write Richmond, Ky. dry joker, there upon Intorrupled the or GEORGE W. BARNEY, . A. C. & O. Ry.. "Lexington, Ky. D speaker by asking hiin to give the chapter and book wh ere tho words -s -. Y0TJ ARB A DEKOOBAT quoted could bo found Judge Parks, who was as quick at re-partee as he was forciblo as an advocate -and, of course.want a Democratic news 1 o Z and who realized he must have "com- paper. The Chicago Dipnfch is the nitteu a oiunoer wineii must bo over Greatest Democratic Weokly Newspaper s " 2?.. come, promptly retorted: of tho Country. It advocates the "No, your honor, I am addressing an Lreadoption of the platform and the re- rr. ' iu elligeut jury of farmers who read the nominatlon of William Jennings Bryan. Bible. If I were speaking to the court, There has never been a political camI would be careful to refer particularly paign that will equal in importance to tho chapter, book and verso from DeWitts Little Early Hitters, purify that of the one to bo fought next year. 55 f3 which I quote." Chicago Times-He- r i tiie blood, clean the liver, invigorate The Republican party, backed by the y. . ald. system. Famous little pills for money power of this country and tho o a constipation and liver troubles. Perry Europe, is alert and aggressive. HOLIDAY EXCURSION RATES VIA SOUTH& Thomas. 2. 55 Flushed with the victory of three years y. V o ERN RAILWAY. . - -3 . o In finlh county, as the result of a ago.it will seek by every means in its J W a , c It?; ! The Southern Railway has arranged family quarrel, J. A. Henderson shot power to maintain its supremacy. !MIr tu Democrats must be up and doing. LL rates of fare and one third for the aud iatally wOunded his brother, ChaS. They must wage an unceasing war up 55 3; to round trip for tho Christmas and New M. Henderson. w O on their enemies. Iu no better and 2 s "TJ a"a 3 Year Holidays. Tickets will ho sold Mrs. R. Churchill, Berlin, Vt., 6ayp, 1 --U BB3322S3 by all agents December 22, 23, 24 and "uur naoy whs covered Willi running more effective way can this be done 1 than by the circulation of good, round 2., also Pecomber 31, and January 1st, sores. Hewitt's Witch Hazel Salve cured her." A specific for piles and Democratic newspapers. ThcpuLlislier with return limit January; 4, 1900: 823S Boware "of worthless of The Chicago Dispatch, will 6end n a rro For Schools and Colleges .Holiday skin diseases. Perry Si Thomas. counterfeits. 2233 a copy of Tho Chicago Dispatch from rates will bo effective December 15 to now uptill January J, 1901, for 21, inclUBlve,final limit Jariaary 4,1900. At .Hopkinsville, Mrs' K. A Jones CO cents. If you aro not alrendy tak The special arrangement Tor students is fell dead in a hack Jutt as slid left the effective upon cerliflcatea from tho station after arriving from "Windsor, ing this great political weekly, send iu ten cents at once. You bhould not only principals of schools and. colleges. Ontario, to,Tisit her son. In ESect December 5, 188 1 ". do this yourself, but yon should induce --1 For further Information, ?ates, etc., HOLIDAY HATES. . all vuur friends to join with yon. By a DAILY EXCEPl! SUNDAY. npplv to nearest agent of the Southern little effect you can easily raise a club Railway or connecting lines. ' OneAiid ohc-lhifare via the Queen of ten or tweuty subscribers. p.m. a.m. p.ra. yj.tii VV. A. Turk, Gen. Pass. Agt,;.. 00 20 ...Ar. 1 08 7 20 The Chicago Dispatch is indorsed by 2 55 6 09 Lve. ltlchrnordtec... " 1143 Washington, D".:C. 1 &.Cescont. Route December 22 to 25. 2 7 Wlnchei S J6 Maysvil!b... I'M' 8 45 830 Wit. H. Taylok, Asst. Gen. Pass. nnd.Decnniber 30 to January 2. Tickets William Jennings Bryan and 'other 5 40 9 30 " Paris. ., 40 10 " 8 58 5 28. are good to.return January 4 To points Democratic leaders 6 17 10 28 '! GcorgetHWH -- ." 7 4 Agt, ; Louisville, Ky 7 10 11 20 Ar. Franktoit... Lve. 7 80 3 north of Ohio liver return limit is Jan- Address THE CHICAGO DISPATCH, ' Tbe Qumh &, Orescent u the glof taat uary 2. W.'C. Eincarson, G. P. A., 120 and 122 Fifth Avian Aek tei ticket j vi. Pari. ' 30d:4t Cincinnati, O. line "South. oct4-t- f Ohio), illiwx. J, W. NBWTOW, Q, F.A. . & Judge B. F. Parks, late of Aurora, .who was not so well acquainted with the Bible as most lawyers, was at The head of the concern was reto make a change, oil wo havo been getting hss not been unsatisfactory," said he, "and I fail to Eee why we should make a change. Are there uuy extra inducements you can offer? How do you propose to improve on the old quality?" "In this way," was the prompt answer. "I propose to give the business my personal attention. I intend to put some of my brains into every barrel of oil we send out." The rejoinder pleased the old gentleman, and he became a customer. A few months latter the hustling yonug man was obliged to make a jouruey, and in his absence, through some oversight, the quality of oil was allowed to deteriorate. It was quickly noted, and a letter on filo in the office records one of the protest. It reads: "Gentlemen When we were induced to nse your product, wo were assured that Mr Blank put some of his brains into every barrel of oil. We deeply regret to ob serve that Mr. Blank is threatened with paresis " Washington Star. firm. luctant "Tha fap and Ohio Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. .. 8 65 am 7 30 am 3 00 pni 4 50 pm WEST BOUND. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom. Eastern Express for Louisville. Morehead and Lexington Accom N'ew York Limited F. F. V EAST BOUND. Lexington and Morehead Accom New York Limited F. F. V. Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom te CiEforiia. r::.:::? i 22. i I flJ - i i Hot Blast Peninsular. Dosble Heater with Tea Kettle AttacSmcnt. SMOKE CONSUMING PARLOR FURNACE if fa ' rc-ft-- I Air passes through refristers In heavily guarded feed door into perforated mtier ring around top or heavy Are pot. then into Bre. Mixing the air with cases. In this way produces perfect combustion and a great savins of fuel. Mixer ring also protects bottom of radiator from direct action ol fire and Insures its durability. TOWERFUL FLOOR HEATER Deflector ring between heavy ribbed fire pot and radiator extends to outer casing, forcing tho intense heat from lower section of Stove down to the fioor where most required. WILL HEAT ROOM Dy attaching pipe tt Doublo Heater Collar and extending to register in floor above. If not used in that way, heat is distribnted to all parts of room and opening can be utilized as a tea kettle attachment In addition to griddle hole top. FIRE CONTROLLED TO A DEOREE Circular Draft Regulators on Feed and Ash Pit Doors aro valve seated, fitted until absolucly air tight and Warranted to remain so. Tbey are mounted on heavy, quick acting screws, working in a detachablo yoke, and when opening screw In, cot out, preventing breakage in use. Call at the CASH HARDWARE HOUSE of rd Who will be glad to show yon this stove as well as a full lino of other ers and cookstoves. crates, etc mehl-l- y if :