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T1 E i I 4- FIiEYt jt i c RICHMOND CLIMAX f v I II VOLUME 25 1RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 4 1899 EPZceL Pper NUMBER 31 I iiJi++ + + + ++ Death i I Comes sto allc- I ++ +t+ + 1 FIRE iiJi CH Accidents I eto c iMany i S- + + + + t+ t+ + + 2mnyproperty in nil hour 3Thu cannot afford to Q carry these risks Let us carry themfor you in c The Manhattan Life of New Yor- kTheFreferred tAccident of New York eThe Phoenix FireCi pf Hartford e ++ + + fieBYMUNGEY e General Intuiance Affatf ie sfOmcs MAIN STdecUly iJi iITIVE SOLICITORS WANTED KVERY WHERE for The Story or the Philippines by Murat Halstcad commissioned ernment as Official Historian to the War De azivIGeneral Merritt in the hospitals at Honolulu in hong Kong in the Amcrlcan trenches at Manila in the insurgent camps with Agni uldo on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey And in the roar or battle at the fthlof Manila Bonanza for agenU Brimful of original pictures taken by tjoverinent photographers on the spot Large book Low Freight paid Credit given Dror11 trashy uDoflicial war books Outfit free Address F T Barber Secy Star Insurance Ridge Chicagd oct2fi4m WbbtEtops ouralcla Dr Miles FIn Pills PROFESSIONAL CARDS AtrOR gy RW MILLER ATrOB CBYATLW- RicuxoND KBHTCCKT Office in the Bnrnam Building next door to armers National Bank feb3Iy SULLJT ANJA ATTORKEVA LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Taylors Hnnhvare store opposite Court House n Main Street H B HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office No 13 First St up stairs 31 30 J O D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KKNTUCKV Office on Second street over Chen anils grocery f EEYSIOIANS DR H R GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON R ICIIMOND KENTUCKY Otfice In the Joe Clin building iS and so Sec ond Street over Wnue old drugstore I CHAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEONI Graduate Ontartn Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty OOlfice np stairs over store recently seen pled by Richmond Harness Co Bast Main St RUimondKy pr7ly II C JASrEK M DIMedicine ami Surgery 0hce Collins UtiililiiiKMainttrwtT- elephone nt residence the Care place ISroadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY GW EVANS 0ISURGEONI I IllVKICIAN AND RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Jidicttw and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY CJOfflce and residence on Second Street N TALOT DT ettet ttcnSOt DLTThT OP LOC1BKIILC KY fiaOfflce next door Government Building RlchmSnd Ky Office hoarsII to 121 to 4 noTl7ly Four nice rooms for rent Call at Dental Office of Dr Hob son next door to postoffice fft FRED SMITH DENTIST WOce over Collins Grocery same office lately occupied by Dr W W Bnrgin nlZly D J C MORGAN DENTIST joOffice over Madison National Bank Richmond Ky JljUy IrLonbilniiuD NoWB west Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will beat Mr J n WilUy Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JANUARY 11th 13 returning every second Wednesdiy o each month Reference every phySIcian of Rich moudtKy febUly DrR Goldstein Of No S Fourth Avenue Louisville fcy be at the Hotel Glvndon Richmond KT onI Wetaesiay Juiarj 25 IsmlhedKENTU Y t XE lry J iR 115 Pjuist Uiitglta Kj BUABV BIBLE MEDICAL AND COMMERCIAL COLLEGES Tuition for Literary aad Bible Course Sfl a year More than tweaty teachers CTmnaslum Thonsanls of auccesful alumni Social and moral welfare of studeatf receive special atUwtton Open to both asses For catalogue ali eu the President lyZ7tZ U druZtets sell ro IJIM Pa Ptl1I t THE LANCASTER RECORD A Good Clean Newspaper The Christinas edition of tie Len caster Record war ao good that the apprlciationby republishing three of the sketihes conained In hill bia Lsue ami to com mend him julilidy for hili cuiislKtent and persistent stant for Itigut in his community e hllo mug o et1 d the Ht cords pcston on imlilic morals aud endorsH it in tvery piiriictilar Th cliHraciur itIil IBIU fss r hjs writings me 0Ii u t iirr eij ome for lipbtancw II n wlat i IKJSI II fliurcli Ktatc tnd Midftv As M- rLlldiap tI Illiulot Iit t Iijilf iibtve s1I1 s 4i 801lll1io tuln II to ii liiVt to the lubi lvIs ht11ttt II is platform may bo thus BUuimed up We believe that people only sub 2rile for a county paper in order to see what is going on the neighborhood what the people nre doing end how tiling move along in their old tOWIi Consequently we steer clear of polities scandals and nil matter which would onlcmse hurt ftolinps and make trouble As to politics of course we have our private views but the readers of The Record will never be burdened with them We hope our friends will call and look through the ofllce The latchstring always hangs on the outside and your visit will be appreciated AVe ate kept pretty busy but can always find time to welcome a friend Mr Landrain succeeded the lamented John It Marijj whom we learned to love and esteem as a perfect tvpe of the courteous Christian gentleman As Chief Deputy under Collector Ithodps Mr Marrs made friends of everybody in Itichmond lie became Stipnrintcn dent of the large Sabbath school of the Christian Church in this city though a srangor he walked with God and was known of all men All honor to the memory of John It Mars Of the fifty pictures shown on the eight pages of the Records flue holiday edition we selected three The next it that of lioN IKTC1IEH OWSLEY wl o was elected CUll lit Attorney or- G rrllld by an overwl o ming majority in 1807 was born MUll h 27 1870 sod 14 s IT Just it cough youhave youhavecough It annoys you also because you remember that failingAt hemorrhageAt At last extremely difficult AllersF CherrilPeclorul quickly conquers your little aboutrbacking cough fl cure now comes a from neglect cel1turyAyers been curing colds and coughs arid preventing consumption It CCTCS Consumption also if tikenin time 1kturJr AtCJS Clterr KcMfal Pttsfcrs tvcr pv MCJS H iw ctssl 1TNekUyhaventwbMev- er lIffIt I a4v1enyouesilbtyobtatnwftS1PmYbtFiau I I C h rMakes the food more delicious andI CO tiN erOttsley Ills father was Common weiili Attorney for his jidfcial di trict for 12 y an also Circut Judge for the fame length of time mid havitig a Wind stored with legal knowledge be lutz honest mid posseted of line native ability his decisions were seldom re versed Let Jler OwsleyB mother is a grand nieceof Gov Letcher and Chief Justice lloberteoiif tho latter and Mr Owsleys grand niule fiov William Owiiley being two of the mist profound jurists in tlics history of the Stale as shown by their records while on the appellate bench So the subject of this sketch has inherited an abundance of legal talents from built sides which with proper culture and application will I make him n umnof marked distinction lie was ciliKjited at JlnrrodsLiirgaiul having a desire to belong to the Navy attendedschool nt Annapolis for two years hut tin d of the confiirement he returned homo studied law was ad mitt to the bar and it line been proved that ho id competent hold his own with tho other lawyer and cain a pod living iA family about which our affection s is the Owsley family of Laneas ter There was never but ore Will Owsley though I lately saw mention of a mine owner in tho Hockies who goes by that name but of Goose gs there is only ono He is remembered here for his big heart quick wit nnd ability to hold a job under any admin istration except iho Prohibition party Vo hope to tee him yet a candidate on that ticket And Casoy his brother inheriting from illustrious parentage many races of mind and heart is des tined to be a bright particular attn among Southern statesmen So signal was his victory in 1897 that it was said that tumor events would he spoken of a happening before or after TIIK YK1R WHKJf LETCHEU OWfJLEX IlKAT OLEtL JOHNSON VHisGuv Bradley plentv of money was used the county is Kepublicau and yet LetcherV majority was 144 Thist hoxs that the runninc qualties of his ances tors are manifested in him He has a stentorian voico being able to lOlIIlIIallll the attention of i he most turbulent State Convention this hav lug Iwen pnotlfecrul times H made speeches for Bryan in ami in other rompaigliB lIe is un able stumper amid a powerful advocate fur the county or any client having a happy vein of humor and the power tw ridicule his opponent and his cause Lastly we come to a subject that will be of particular interest to our Madi son county readers The writer IIPS always been jealous of the Record be cause tho latter could boast of the oldest printer i apt Frank J Whitebut as we have his brother Old Printer George White we gladly divide the honors CAIT UI J WIIll E of whom the uboe is a fair likeness was bora in Madison county in 1820 He went to work in a printing office in Richmond when nine years of age lIe came to Lancaster in 1817 remaIn- ed several years and moved to Somerset where he resided until close of the civil war when he came back and has since resided here lie went through the Mexicanwarm Co t Col Hum phrey Marshals command He basset type till his life and can now get up three galleys of brevier like this type a day Capt White is the best printer we ever saw He attends stricly to his business and frequently has 0 KII proofs Ho is the mainspring of Time Record oflice Everybody is Captains friend and no one all say a imnrdword about him It is a remarkable fact that these two men at the ages respectively of 78 and 63 era able everyday to set as much type ami as clean proofs as any younger printer in Kentucky Our Uncle George as he Is called rises at 430 a m picks his teeth and goes to work at 5 and bv 830 or 9 hiss a culumn of type iiu Bynoon he has another and so on Iii loves his work never soldiers and takes pride in what ho performs I once estimated that these two much and time t intimer Before tliem who wasaluprimIter hmertmimii0Oiiam- 1sit cuotmtlItypOl4i iitllhrefghttrlUu on Korans Sninuiit below Silver Creek Rut wo are digressing The Lancasr ter Record was tho subject Upon It we iircJicteithmCso rcinarlis Mr Lan dram Icred to you to Capt White J Randolph Harris Foiemau Henry Carey Mulliueu rind Toni Hammond May you all live and when the tune con ej to nfake up your forms limy the d JyiJld iSp into the hell box while jouaUgQtt glory i CE W lld Hut Item Time Gun Was thou hull tLat hit G liStcadman of Newark MlirliJt incite Civil W8JIt caused horriJlQlcerB that tiotrcatj iuent helped for 0 years Then Buck Iisns ArntcJvSaTve cured him Cules CiIs Bruises sBjirnp Boils Felons Cttli8Skfifflrtl toii s Best JexJnrc on earth 23 etlii box Ctiruyuanini teed OJ Jf crff ifciThouins Drug gi4tL a J I4IINo POWDER wholesomeI FACTS FALSEHOODS Arm FABLES II OflitDaZasEl comes but once a year So nina the old old song Thank Heaven If it came oftener Wed be broke right along lietJ love you with all my heart She Thats very nice but but He But what darling I5heU What about your arms V a vTommy Doctor are all frauds Theyallsayaffoodjaugh is healthful J know better Been experimenting Yes The governor fell downslairs laughNow Christmas Gifts And what did you lint in youratoektng at Christmas tide asked the coy young thing Christmastide murmured the young man Urnaim Hound my feet in them Situ poked him with a fan and said he was such a joker there was no use talking to him But it was no joke His feet were in Ms stockings his stockings were in his shoes and lie hall awakened with a headache Christmas morning 1 Ive found a beautiful coral cave said the mermaid enthusiastically Were going to move and you must come and see us Of course Ill como and see you But you know lear that coral caves arent what they used to be Everybody down hero who amounts te any timing has a Spanish ship to live in IIeters had boon S frozen to death in the Klondike and the body was re ceived at his homo in due course 01 time His relatives decided to have him cremated Alter the body had been in the furnace a short time otto of the attendants opened the door to see if It was done when nil present were shucked to hear these words Here close that door 1 reladraft Young man said farmer Corntos sel I must say youve done a heap o tal kin about yer family tree Any body would think you owned a whole lumberyard Come out into the lane a minute The youth with golf clothes accom panied him Pasting by a weeping willow the farmer said- I want you to take particular notice of thisWhat for Thats our famly tree Thats what has heightened our ideals nn stimmy lated our energies That has furnished switches fur four or five generations of Corntossele Washington Star Overcome evil with good Overcome your toiighr and colds with One Minute Cough Cure It Is so good children cry for it It cures croup bronchitis pneumonia grippe and all throat and lung diseases Douglas Wells u East via Washington Without Extra Cost Tickets to Philadelphia and New YOlk via Washington are on sale over Pennsylvania Short Lines at tame rate as tickets over Pennsylvania direct mile Ten days stop over privileges hilly be enjuyed at Washington full information apply to U E ForI WELL A O Aut Cincinnati O preIparesRiser the pill that makes life longer and better and wiser Douglas Veils JRVISKEstill County Mr 0F Miller spent several das in LexiiiKtou last week Christmas comes but once a year about as often as the Jrvino Items make their appearance roo true We would be more titan lad to hear from you weeklyEd Rev II B Cockrill editor of The Pentecostal Herald is spending w eral days with his brother lint Cock rill of this place Miss Judith Tudor S L Tudor and Dr T 1 Gardner arc suffering with the Grippe as well as a number of others in town We are living in hopes that the Urippe wont fasten her claws on u- sMeekisonof Ohio Has Been Greatly Benefited by Peruna Congreiwmaa D 3IreltlM n of Ohio writes the following letter to Dr Ilartinan Dr S 21 Jflarimatt Columbus 0 DEAR ml have used several bot ties of Peruna and feel greatly bone tiled thereby 1 have been afflicted lt III Ron fl MEFKISON Trlth catarrh of the head and feel en couraged to believe that continued use of Ieruna will fully eradicate a disease of thirty years standing YouraaincerelyDMEEKISOK orsclbeyowl question Men of prominence everywhere are reoogaiztngthe merit of 6isleri abeohttbee icr catarrh Is II paWW5 Ml i llPsniii- a u 0 J JIIII11 latU An J rubhewho are utit afraid to be generous to tile needy ami euir rinj Tlio proprie 01IlIar over ten trial but te of this groat modiciiio and have ciaiihfitonii of Lswig it iaatiHoly cud IIIUIII if liip It It A h in Bi iiitni utruevs anil an ilisrtsu ot toe Tlirvin he t awl Lungs un bttivly incJ b DrugjjistStHiesw tltiuuded a Via WUshington totht East 1lCnOB 10 1 IttiCtfpltltl tIrk via W tiift fon tn u t cot u n e OM I HIU vnm ttiun bilk cievH e i fIIS via ttti urct Jinet Fin lure iiiiorinti iiin Midifi U B ItOC WKM G iAj llHtl 01 i rm r Iii ritl- Ticiiin HI inuuli tirrni nn y roiibiun ui welt sir uuiiiuii slut nil fe the retails in toss of ajipetite Poieotl in t lit blood liackaclie norvousnes iculifie and timed lislen rnndui ftliiijr lint hires nn itefl to fe j fldilleIlIders lire jllt the thing ort milan hell lie is all nut dtiwh and dont care whether he lives or dies It did more to give mo new ttrengtli anti good ap petite than anything I could take I can now hat anything antI have a new lease on life Only CO cents at Perry Thomas ITrttj Store Every bottle Ljunran teed 3 5 GO TO TIlE English Kitchen 12 W Short St Lexington Ky J W KASTB3S Proprlctcr Regular meals 25 cents lodging 25 cents Most convenient and centrally located hotel in the city Fine equipped bar in connection HEATING STOVES MOST HEN EGGS j ++ +++++ + + 4444+ LOOK ALIIEI++ + But 0 What a flifferenceinI The Taste Some stoves slightly resemble ti- meRadiafit ionic AirBlastBut e in Then the morningI the dawningIIfit is not a Radiant Home Satisfaction has not come And icicles adorn your dwelling In the morningI =vfejJTL UNPRCCtoETcn HEAT ECONOMY OflR iR diantHomei Ij AtE1t t 1ta o l- t eSIa C t f EfI hic eri im1ti focccesonto i I hacVeHonl J iiiltpit 1iilhi11Ul 1ChJLU- n 1k c 4 i1 StoreJifi9 4 Having removed my stock of Jewelry to the Bright Building on 4 MainStreet formerly occupied by E P Palmer I am better pre pared than ever to serve the jicblic I have now the Haaascmest Jewelry Store in Richmond tho largest and best assorted stock O TuB LOWEST PItlCES This stock include CSii er and Cut lass Novelties A d E rthng Kept in a- FsstClass Jewelry Store CLOCKS 1 SILVERWARE w Special prices made on Wedding Presents u I Invite all my old friends and as many new ones as want honest values and couiteoua treatment to come and examine my stock 9 Clocks ariA Watches Repaired on short no- ticeARMERThe Jeweler t BTt Bl t Rtmo 9 T Je66m 1 t AGOt V T7hen DON3 COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed tacure you I i is tho discovery of an eminent physician No Knife I Ha Intarruption of Business Tho fin I UCutmciiu brings immediate relief It has eit thousands end vill cure yonIMil V el WILCOX prominent merchant politician l n ended t ve The use of ons bos effected a permanent reeIluntirily give jcu t rs statement hoping It wH be the i h iiif ngyonfnrondcrrul rcT Jy tj the attention of others eul- Lr i pLcs Price 100 Prepaid to any Address DON COMPANY CHATTANOOGA TENN octIyH rQUALTV9RESOH1UiGE DEPTh9 POWER r lj b re of tone ear 0c rake of Piano may have one another two another ct ropertci rell WIl M4 O Largest lowest Iill1 1illJ1 tJUVUFFER saysAit iahrnioa comKaa ca Agents in raxt all c z tahfld 25 US7 ia eInttll = aug36m SHALL Nations +We have our opinion but we dont propose to give for nothing and until we get our price well keep ourselves But we give free advise on Footwear where to get how to keep how to wear and when to wear We fit you perfectly free of youforthen we sell you for 300 and 400 good shoe you in the habit of 500 and 000 for If you will call and see we will you PreemanBros I L 5 No3 FIRST STnEETJ A YEARS fiXPERIENCEI X TRADE MARKS DESIGNS rfTvc COPYRIGHTS Anrone sending sketch and dcCritlnn nalcUr ascertain nile opinion free whether an InTcntInn Unrobabiroatentablo Commanlcx UonaatrtcUTwnoaentlal lunotiopKoniatcms patentiatntstprtlal notice without crutrcc In the Scientific HMricai A handsomely tratNt weekly Tirrist culation of scientific Joonm TeriiR 73 rear months L Bold by all newwloiiiera New York lraacnOfflce25FStWasliujitonIC 2527 ILLINmS NTRhL snORT LFmTO News Oil ansi IBst Line tp ARKANSAS pisk JJ3 J 1EIG FANI CALIFQ1N1A tfljiman ToiristSleertCar svtS Loafs elite every iii4is inarnnsjthrouB to ait Vrtnbi4l tyour thctt lt8RtfOl pitttcularj dr rrjtc IassqiejgmtleuIvihleFri 1taelmntng LhIr tc Memphis New Oreanr H HANSON m tXLLOND U p A chicago OPALoublII- u cf t 3 Stock Prices W RUGS CHEMICAL the properties whichsatisfy the musical c07w Co3BIDroadsar =u = O 2 WHAT 1WThatwhich the big g is of two arc wit ling M ++ +4++ ++ + it it to it it it it as a as are paying us convince 50 a maT o llln any a furor S r4 r 1hu Ask e aaj I s D BIYING fttfrtR IIS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE you can also say extreme Jy comfort Lble wnea you are driving in one of our easy and handsome Buggies and Ph tons Our stock of fine carriages is unsurpassed for beauty style Lliabilit3 and general sujieriority and we are selling them at prices that will surprise you quality con sidered JOHN DONE SON h tTlIYoii ctn have Hour hay til0 J I hichofThe H 1 Three is True I i MANNERS MAKES THE MAN 34 MIND MAKES THE MAN r HOME MAKES TIlE MAN 1JBb1 ia- i1a7JBiJ3 and if you decide that man let you house make home are goodsIto happy homes Our are honest handsome and handy at a less price than expected elsewhere Christmas is judgmentI Bedroom iSuitesIn BirdsEye Maple Mahog J r lmyGolden and Antique Oak Nix Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds Elegant Sideboards Tables1iLHatRacks Etc Etc p4 There is also on display in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs r brought to Richmond b My selection of Rocking Chairsand Moquette- r Tfivhprrv anti Avminsfoi Carpets cannot k be excelled A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and cityISmyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attractive additions to our business If are a lover of beauty it will pay you to rcalland my line of Framed Pictures Medallions jc We also make a specialtyof g 4 framing pictures lenar l Our line is full and complete and in charge of Mr Mi G Brown a graduate embalmer and funeral director It will pay you to callon me before purchaSing your Christ 4inns presents jS1 NEVILLE MOBERLEYIi Successor to J S Collins j9asN1GHTPHONE23iS jAdvanceJWT = fP i1t WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK Next week ESF Ladies Fleeeedlined Hose worth SOcts lot lOcts Good Machine Thread 200 yards spool Btirgainsthispanes The Maine Commission Co Dry Goods Notions and other articles Remember name when in doubt ManagerCon KYL REPAIRING GuarartcedASPECIALTY L E LANE 0EATELER OFTIOIAJSf 2ND STIIEKT RICHMOND GO TO- White Gibsons Store riDress Goods i For Jill the new aud gjpl up to date Dress Goods including new rnv r eits diagonals ere tlA pons Ettilnines etc pc come to us We please you in style and4 ri1lCeJackets CelLars Ceilaretes iesbe1latest cut and colorE p 4 logs also a r i of fur collarettes direct kiA from the manufacturer Save money by biiying from us makes the furnishings j ever the KY the the Dress TrimmingsIII The plain Dress Goods of this se soIiI 11Wenovelties nouvcautes Hercules serpe tines eto See these trim mingsi ILKS I SILKS Now ere else will you find more intvelticn than here We inIlnllllletlKta iiod plainallmire beau ties We are alse Agents for Bcenvfckvs PatterisI r II White GIbsonjit MAlJfljrfiEfITHrcllrOED rY 1- r rF 1f Ioi J Un 4a a 7 i l n L h i W 1 t rit 7TTffr The Richmond Climaxf- oflipgrIProPrletoTS and Editors C E WOODS uoclatc Editor WEDNESDAY JAN 4 1P89 PUBLISH EVCKV WEDKKSUAY BY The Climax Printing Co PRICK PElt YEAR 150 ANNOUNCEMENT FOIl AUDITOR We ire authorized to announce JOHN B CHENAULT of Madison county a candidate for the office of State Auditor subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention LnKENTUCKY Republicans must get to gether ii they expect to win next year The grumbler with a hatchet in his belt must be to tlufrear and ordered to hold his peace Pantograph Evidently there is to be a very ex cxlusive organization to do the kicking with vory limited membership TIlE Journal like a great many of the leading Democratic organs of Ken tuck did not see the necessity of the Goebcl law nor has our mind changed jut as it has beon declared legal and all right by the highest court iii the State and by men of brains and honesty wo have no complaint to make Ken tucky is Democratic and with a fair count will always be found such Jessamine Journal Tins is the first time in the history of finance that New York has been in position to dictate money rates to Lon don Berlin and Paris remarks the manager of one of the biggest of Lou dons banks The year just closed mule several llrst time records for tho United States which have opened the eyes of the people across the At lantic CourierJournal Thanks to the CJ Now let us settle the money question without the aid or oonsent of any other nation If New York cn dictate to London Berlin and Paris the US can dictate to England Germany and France Mom miles of railroad arenow under construction than at any timo within six years What does this mean More farm fences out of repair than at any time in twentynix years What does this mean Climax We think we can answer both ques tions First the props of this country are larger than ever before shipments of live stock and manufactured goods are as great if not grouter than ever before while freight nnd passenger rates remain as high as they ever wore Second it takes all the farmer makes on of his stock and props to pay taxes and freight nills and he line nothing loft with which to repair his fences If the farmer troubles were caused bv short crops then tho railroads would suller also lInt the farmers troubles urn the result of a storage in money in ntead of crops and lila business is pIlls turing his farm with mortgages wliil the railroads are thriving anti extending their lines It has been said that everything has fallen iu value except and taxes and wo might add freight rates Kicholasvillo Democrat TUB CLIMAX regretfully surrenders It huts contended that times were hard when they were good that prices wore low when they were high 1 etc oWL a la cronkerism But we see by every issue of the Pantagraph that prosperity has como auth we have just dteovored our ignorance and oversight of the facts We ask the pardon of aur deluded reader anti retract all were said The Pantagraph is right is right as right can be Prosperity has reached a large portion ot the Pantagraph and tho remainder is reaching after pros perity Its senior editor is a U S Gouger its proprietor has been given a good job at Wellington antI the junioi editor Col Tom Adams will get the postofllco NIT says Coley Wallace Now why should wo longer dispute the Pantographs semiweekly Thanksgiv ing proclamation Gentlemen of the jury tho wtivo hits readied Richmond shore nough Heroatter we will dis cuss prospwUy with some Republican org n grinder who didnt get what he was after during these hard times VOICE FROM WOLFE CAJUTOX KY Dec 19 1893 Editors Climax Allow mo space to say n low words in behalf of your townsman Hoc John B Chonnult candidate for the Democratic nomination for State Au ditor I am proud to say that the Dem ocrats up here among the towering CiFlomlCo LID INCTON KY If lID J llfB ID vIDhj IDfJ llfD mlTH the closing of the year comes the impulse to look backward over the 12 months past and con from the experiences they Ivave brought whatever may be profitable How well we have served you what the store ad vantages have been wo leave for you to my What we lmvC plan nod for the coIning twelve months wo will call to your attention Mfrom time to timer fr rt J q OT 1t11iT l AMONG THEM anew uptti date i JIAKTPL ROOM in which the largest stock and the lowest t t prices will be combined Y A Finishing Dpartinentu Wo have bought from the Mil ward Company thoir refinishing department engaged their men and an ablo to make new your oltl furniture All through this toro Improvement is the watchword IN STOCK IN STYLE IN CONSTRUCTION S IN SERVICE C1F1BroerCo1MA1NANDBR0ADWkY i IiEXlliGTON yci T V t j 00 r hills and singing mountain streams are hot for him and will hold up his hands and cheer lila heart to victory Aside from possessing nil the requbi tions of true manhood mid qualified bV birth education and experience for the discharge of the important duties of tint high omen he has earned this high re DemocrarylIsluco of his time and means for the success of the Democratic party but has never sought office at its hands Has man aged campaigns to victory under the most trying circumstances and Is constantly growing hi activity and useful ness To the Democrats of the State the county of Pike with due regard for others who may aspire for the honor serves notice that its Democracy ia en listed under the banner of John B Chenault of IRonERTBig Sandy Supple Jac- k1PERSOI4AL i Miss Katie Davis is at Danville Mr SamBales is back from Virginia Miss Birdie Zaring is in Georgetown Miss Madge Hart spent Christmas at Cynthiana iMr E K Mitchell is up after a ten days illness I Mrs U E 1 BiggerstalTspeiit Christmas at Mt Sterling Mr and Mrs T B Hamilton visited in Jessamine last week Mr John G Coh of Winchester is in the city on business Mrs W T Tevis and children have returned from Winchester i ntFrank1fortDr Arthur Lynn of Louisville visit ed Miss Laura Lynn last week Miss Florrie and Kit Chenault visited friends in Lexington last week Miss Bethenia McCord has returned to Hamilton College Lexington Miss Mollie Fife entertained Mr anti His G W Evans last Wednesday- Mr Clifford Thompson of Mt Sterling visited friends here last week Miss Pearl Miller of Frankfort is visitiug Mr and Mrs Frank Miller Dr Chits Sweeney of Uwrenceburg visited Gov Ed Powell last week Mr J Gordon Dudley of the 4th Ky is at home on a ten days furlough MIfcsEthel Tenill is in St Louis the guest of her sister Mrs Mabel Beggs- Gov and Mrs McCreary entertained the Prandennial Club at its last meeting Mrs J M Foster and children spent Christmas with Mrs Helen of Losing tonrMrs J J Embry has returned to Xicholasville after a visit to relatives here Mr D J Daughcrty is at home from Louisville Harrods Creek and West Pont Rev F P Smith of limos was the guest of Miss Pearl Deatherage last weekMiss Florence Myers of Stanford spent the holidays at Dreaming Creek Harold and Gibson of Hamil tn College spent Christmas with Miss Emma Watts Mr T Hood Little has spent his holi days in bed with a bad cold that verged pneumoniaMr of State College spout the holidays with his parents at Whites Station Miss Jessie Shanks of Garrard was tho guest last week at Mr and Mrs T D Chenault Miss Elizabeth Rupard of Mt Ster ling spent several lays last week with Miss Lelia Harris Misses Alice and Annie Kerr have returned to Lexington after a viit to Mrs J P Tribblo Mr Wailer Chenault spent Christ mRs with his mother Mrs Judge Har bour at Newcastle Miss Mary Escott and Tom Wallace of Louisville are the guests of Miss Katherinc Blanton Misses Emily and Earle Chenanlt entertained house full of girl friends luring the holidays Mrs Chas McCord and children of Winchester ere the guests last week of Mrs J S Collins Mis W II Webb and daughter o Louisville spent the holidavswith Mr and Mrs Harvey Cobb Mr Jonah Wagers the wideawake merchant at Wagersville Estill county attendedrourt here Monday 1ftF Anderson Chenault and Miss Emily leave next week for a protract ed stay Washington City Miss Anna Frazee was callod on Thursday to Okolonn Miss by the serious illness of her mother Mr and Mrs G B Turley Jr ex peat to make their home at Lexington and will soon move thither Mr Chas T Chenault of Winches tor spent a portion of the holidays with his parents near this city The best feature of the Lecture course Underhill the Impersonator is billed for Jan 18 at court house Mr and Mrs Lee Todd have returned to Ford after n weeks visit to their father George Todds at Speedwell Mr J M Baldwin and little daughter Franklc1eft Wednesday afternoon for a visit to his mother in New York city MrsJ R Farris of Kingston left Monday tore enter Kentucky UnIver- sity after spending tho holidays at homo Miss Gertrude Kymel and brother Willie have returned home after spend ing time holidays with relatives iu Win and Mrs Adolph Underwood have returned to Corbin after spending the Holidays with relatives and friends in this city Mr A W Kchoolfield of Bellevue spent Sunday with his father at tho Glyndon Schoolie is very popular with everyone here Prof and Mrs Porter daughter Miss Daisy Moore and Prof Poitera mother were the guests during the noli days of Mr and Mrs T S Hagan Mr Robert G Gordon Champion orator of 0 U 97 was here this week on important business and was given fa hearty welcome by many friends Mrs W T Brooks and guests Mrs Jos Minary of St Louis and Mrs JJBrooks of Kicholasville left Wednes day for a visit in Panville Bourbon Nows Dr Carlos Fish of time Louisville Homeopathic College spent the holi days at Paint Lick Je is a graduate ot Georgetown College and a splendid young man Miss Mary Todd entertained Thurs dayevenmagpt hh imosue stear Speed LeeI I Todd of Ford About sixty guests were present Dancing was thQ feature of the evening Miss Susanne Griggsby of Lexing ton was the guest last week of Miss Margaret Chenault Mr Charles Clay has removed from Idaho to Lakeside Louisiana and his wife nee Miss Mollie Tribble of this place left Richmond to join her husband at their new home Misses May Taylor of Lexingtonand Bessie Hockaday of Richmondwho have been the guests of Miss Dora Mur phy have returned to their homes Nicholasvillo Democrat Mr and Mrs Nelson Prewitt Gay net Miss Lila Clieimult came over last Saturday from Winchester and were the guests of Mr and Mrs 1 D Chen ault at Cumberland View Miss Annie Forbush has returded to M F I after spending the holidays with her parents She enjoyed her vacation especially the party at Mor gan Taylors of Valley View John W Turley and Joseph Boggs of Richmond wern guests of James T- MemicfeeBorn to tIme wHe of Albert Severance on Thursday morning a sun Heath Severance Stanford Journal Mrs M T Long of Danville anti her sister Mrs Cotton of Cincinnati have gone to Chicago to see their brother Absalom Robinsoiiwhoni v have not seen for twentyfour year Danville Advocate Messrs Chins E Douglas and George D Simmons left yesterday for Louis villa to purchase hardware wherewith to stuck their store which will be opened about time 12th or 15th of this mouth iu the Mackey building Sam C Lowrey who is visiting his parents from Lagrange Texas came near meeting with a serious accident lila hors became frightened at some hogs which caused it to run away Troy cor Nicholasville Democrat Mrs G A Lackey of Lancaster was the guest last week of Col and Mrs J W Capertou Mrs Lackey is a lady of decided literary talent and writes with great facility Her tribute to Col Caperton about a year ago was as eloqueut as deserved Miss Annie McKee of Richmond arrived in this city yesterday to be the guest of Miss Annie McKenna during the Xmas hmohidryslrs E D Potts is visiting her son Mr Geortre Potts at time JJurnett House in Cincinnati Lexington Gazette Mr II Berrys friends will be glad to know that he hiss been promoted to tho position of manager of the Bitter Root Drug Co Hamilton Montana a position that carries a handsome salary His success in the west has been very rapid Uynthiana Democrat Misses Katie Wanton and Mary Es cott leave shortly on a delightful South era tour through South Carolina Geor gift and Alabama where they will visit schoolmates of time Womans College of South Carolina They will sojourn awhile with Miss Anna Pearson of Montgomery Ala Rev Lapsley McKee of New Albany is visiting ins old home in Danville He is now extensively engaged in evan gelistic work Mr Tlios P Flnig will leave Monday for San Antonio Tex where he has been otlefed a nuo position by the Bekl Jewelry Company the largest house of its kind in the South Danville Advocate James G Givens of Seattle Wash formerly of Louisville and wellknown hi this city was married last Wednes day to Mrs Esther iv Geiitryformerly of Michigan City Iud at time residence of Mrs T K Claypuol in Tacumu Washington The bride is a descendant of Jonathan Eduards time noted Presby terian theologian Tiie grouiu is en gaged in time real estate business at Seattle Among the guests present Were Mr and Mrs E 6 Mc oru formerly of Richmond ICy Mr HUt Mrs Thomas B Hunnn formerly of Harrodsburg Ky Mr and Mrs Uiuou Taylor Seattle Wash formerly of this city Mr and Mrs G A C Rochester formerly of Stanford Ky Miss Urane Alexander K jemple formerly of Louisville Charles B Moore formerly of Dam ilIe BIRTHS SEVEUAKOE On Thursday Decem her 29 to time wife of Mr Albert Sever ance lice Miss Florrie Heath at titan fold Ky a buylet its name be Albert Heath same initials as its fathers1IRITTAIxTo time wife of Lieutenant Carlo B Brittain U S N nt An anapolis Md a son Thomas Baldwin named for lila maternal grandfather of this County a progressive farmer a model citizen and a hospitable chris- tian gentleman Time little cadet will receive as warm n welcome in Madison as would Admiral Schley on whose flagship time Brooklyn Lt Brittaiu served apart of time time during the recent misunderstandiim with Spain DEATHS COOlCapt David Cook formerly of this place died at Paris this week LiPscoMB MrsSarah Lip collb died at her homo near Helena Ark last Monday She was about seventy years old and a native of this county a daughter of the late Asa Lewis Her husband Joseph Lipscomb was from Madison county and was a brother of Squire Nathan Lipscomb of this coun ty Winchester Sun True or Otherwise On last Saturday it wits currently re ported that Mr S Neville Moberley proprietor of the mammoth furniture emporium on Main street and one of time most genial and enterprising ot Richmonds younger merchants had been married in Lexington whiller he luaU supposedly gone on a business trip Of course it was a generous surprise to hia host of friends mauv were fount who had not oven etispicioned his in tentions but some knew of it nil along If congratulations are now In order just drop In to see Neville you will IIH somewhere muter the second thousand that has already done so Ask him all about it Wish hint bon voyage on lifos tempestuous sea and so on ad infinitum meanwhile you may detect a dry grin and iu all probability will ba fairly surpiised by the information that be was either not married at all or or was married by proxy Fourteen Crows in0n Nest Tho homo of Hey William Cro vth is city was a happy one on Christmas every member of bis family being around time fireside and not a vacant chair to cause theloved ones to sigh for the touch of avau lad hand or the sound of a voice that IS8 ilIFor two days fourteen members of the family counting tint ilawtgnd one baby thutof Dr Mack Cot of Vercailles were seated about tin fe liboard anti their happiness wa riMllfty k There D nZ i Il tr JJ 1 were Ray and Mrs Crow Sr their eight children Mrs Mack Crow nee Miss Lizzie Smith of Missouri and baby nnd Mrs Will I row nee Miss Pinking ton of Frankfurt and Professor Chins G Crooks of Central University The Crow nest was II happy one on Christ man 189Sa Imppy one nlwavn bui more so by reason of time memorable gathering on this occasion Arid heros hoping that one and all may live long and be in the future as useful und honorable citizens as they have over been in it time past Tampa Mourns Her Death Notice of the death of Mrs Katie Walker Uunby has appeared in ihete columns Time Tampa Fla TiuieB makes the following comment Mellville G Uibbons received a telegram from his partncr Hon E It Gunby announcing the death of Mrs Uuuby The news is a great shock to their innumerable friends herein their old home wnere both are so well known and BO generally and so highly esteemed ThD hearts of the communtity will LO out in profound Hymputhv to Mr Gunny in his wire trial for iheir inutuul devotion and haupy domestic life are familiar On this account and owing to Mrs Uunljys youth nnd general loveliness of character her death is particularly sad and especially bo in view of the fact that she leaves ato two lovely Sittle girls one eight time otiu r ten ears old between whom timid her self there existed an ideal affection Kate Stone Walker was born and reared in Iticlitnond Ky she was mar vied in Orlando while but a school girl to Mr Uuuby in May 1880 They lived for a time in Orlando but when Mr Gunby was mantle collector of the port of Tampa by President Harrison they removed to this city where they have since resided until last spring when they removed to New York Mrs Guuby had been ill for about two weeks but no serious results were anticipated and her death this morn- Ing is u most unexpected hluw to her family there as to her friends here Her body will be taken to Richmond and interred beside those of her parents She leaves one brother Dr Walker Piesident of the bank in Greenville Miss another in Maine anti two sill lers in St Louis with whom hundreds of personal friends throughout tIme cuntry will sincerely mourn tho loss of this beloved young wife and mother Lodge n Elections At the anniversary meeting of Hich mond Lodge No 25 F and A M hold Tuesday evening in their new hail the following officers wore elected for the coming year D It Tens W M JISec Allen Earing S U E D Ballard S and T After the meeting a Dutch supper was served nt Joes WHITE HALl At White Hall Lodge No 454 tIme following officers were elected for the ensuing year William Bennett W 1SRB Black S WElMtlJjIII J W C T Laufurd Treas Sanford Oldham Sec P W inyiori and IV Thomas Williams S n Madison Bur aiii J D An elegant dinner was served in the lodge rooms WACO LODCJR Waco Masonic Lodge met Tuesday and elected oflicers for time ensuing our Below is a list C L Searcy W M D Zittel S W J II Amerino J W llarvi y Ttirpin Tieas W T Fielder eec Wm JJ Rucker S D James Lykins J D 0 K Noland S and Afiurthooleo tin an elegant luncheon was spread und enjoyed by all present KINGSTON IODGR The UHW tiinVors of the Kingston Ma smile IjHlgf No 815 are us follows W M U w JJoiilware S W WT Hotter JW T J MeKeuham See II L Potts Treas A It Tndd S D W E Harris J U T C Witt S and T John A Jackson Meet iaturdny on 01 before full moon each month MII LKltS OltKKK KSTILL COUNTY Bibb Lodge No SOS at Millers creek elected time following officers for 18D9I B H Sale W M Elliot Campbell S W G D Tipton J W Wm Sample Treas Win P Hughes Sec I J Watterson S and T After the dee tion an elegant dinner was served Christmas Story Written For The Little Children of Richmond Fast fust falls the snow this Christ niHS Eve of 1893 A dry crisps snow sparkling in the sunshine liken myriad of diamonds A very merry ChriBimus it teemed to those clad iu heavy robes anti costly hire but a very sad one to little Gracie ROES as she trudged along with her little red tots crushing the snow beneath them the relontlets xviml tossed the bright curls hanging oor her pallid IJrow into her eyes hiding from passersby tIle tears that it was imposfiblo fur her to restrain On her arm Site earned u baket ingu few dulls anti wnue coutaillII of handicraft made by an ter anti which she had been endear oring to sell all day Night wits draw lug nigh and tier heart was very heavy indeed to think that the must return to that dear bistur her only friend with the little worn pocket lJok so empty Behind her sue nears the merry jingleb of eleighbells tho sleigh full of merry happy children but their voices grate Inrshly on liar ears Bringing only bitterness to tlie heart that hits learned so early iu life so much of Its sorrows so few of its joys Quickly she turns the corner as if to hide herself from their view In her haSte she lirusliea against a stranger cnisli and down giea the basket to time grgnnd and the toys are scattered hither AntI thither bringing dismay to the already aching heart hVmy little girl I beg your pardon and stooping down he gathers her wares together placed thorn in a has ket draws her thin wraps closely around her Let me see you home it is gutting late loo lato for such a child to be away from home Old sir we live so poor you would not carp to come and I must Mop and get some bread Sister Lila will ho very hun 4tHighest Horn Vcrtj faJr 10 RJ 1lIttsJ BAliNfi POWDDi MOST PERFECT MADE Fretkern49TrKARS TJK STAKfMRB c u 7I7J7171H Are you married +++ + 4 +++4++++ +++ + +++ +++++ iIImean to any particular house if so get a divorcajand buy where you can get the BEST GQQPS heFLEAST MONEY Come to my store and Iyourself of the wonderful reduction In sJressGoods Underwear Wool Hosiery Blankets and Notions of all kinds DONT FORGETI F That our line of Mens Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best 7l in the city I also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls My Wsthck of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only a few prices 7fj that are now making them go F ly Always watch for my advertisement I can save you money Ir O O 1 Cor Main and 1st Sts Richmond Ky s ili7I gry as site has hind nothing to eat since morning and looking up into time kind face of the stranger she felt encouraged to tell her sad story Motherless fatherless an invalid sister a cheerless home Well my little girl I too am homeless I have just re turned from n foreign land to find all those who were near and dear either dead or as it seems lost to me forever as I can find no traces of them aud I Jiihn Ross feel indeed like a stranger in a stranpo land Oh It is pitiful near a whole cityfailIHome I have none At time mention of his name Grade looked up with startled look Why stranger that is my name Gracio Uoss Suddenly little Grade was hitjed from the ground time strong arms of the strauger were holding her tight the bearded lips were pressing her own and time basket hall a ain tnlleii to the ground unheeded An in tense fetmg III joy ant safety had stolen cpr her as she listened ItS it in a dream to tIme words of John Hoss as he told bur he WitS time brother of that dear father and that it was for these poor orphan children he was searching A kind providence had brought them to gether They to cheer Ids lonely life and he to bring comiurt protection anti sunshine to them aunt fervently did they prav that night as they knelt to gether that the Savior of men might bring piMte timid joy to many others tomorrow as he hall to them Blessed blessed Christmas morn When the Prince of Peace was born Angels seemed to sing again Peace on earth goodwill t6 men K PANOLA Miss Kitty Benton is visiting rela tis in Lexington Our Postmaster Wick Harris is put ting up a dwelling anti poatoflice com bined Rev J W Harding began his years work with the Speedwell Christian church yesterday The tangle lantern exhibition at time Baptist church during Xmas for the benefit of Ilev Honsby the pastor netted about SIC VALLEY VIEW Several social dances occurred in this vicinity last week Mr Klartl L llailen spent Xmas with friends at Lawrenceburg Kobt Mnhan and wife of Troy speut a few days with the hitters parents Schuyltr Taylor last week Fred Burton has decided to reside ut this place mid will be found ready to wait npod all in his iminetitblo way Mi s Nancy Hall whose loveliness of dispition captivated many hearts in our midst last week was tho guest of Misses Mona and Lucy rather She returned to Jtlciiinond Saturday accompanied by the Misses irmttlmer Cav Jfewby and Mis Jlullnda Masters were imrriod at the homo of time bride last Wednesday Squire J A Young officiating JAV ELL Baa SILVER CREEK inond to stay with Mrs Will Irvine Mr James Mills who has been sic for the past two weeks is some better j W B Jones sold to G J White and Spa COO barrels of corn to be fed to cat tIe M r John Fox of Danville visited W Jones and family during the Holidays Mrs W B Jones left Thursday to visit hOt daughter Mrs Potter ofJlt Ciirmel Tenii f lfj Will F Powers nnct fainilyliaVet moved to Richtnoud and taken roouilf ut Mrs Mary Colcyfl Mr Jess antI Ben4 Coucbman of Fayettw spent Xmas with iibbert Oourchman and family Mr and Mrs line Duereon are visit leg limo lattors parents Mr and Mrs flay Arncld at Hyattsville se1sIJcoudJtnd willtitavospreail hikistilfi J iV i J- I n ZLadlesLadies Vests loc and up Ladies Allwool Hose 19c Spool Cotton Ic and up 100 Yard Spool Silk 5c F12 Yards Lace 5c FPerfumeBrown Cotton 3c per yardmClothing 200 a suit up Overcoats 250 and upINe 3 OOS ee taf act Saks 5 OWEN McKEE H7IFH7I7FH 1H7IHIH CORRI3SPONDbNCE spentI IRVINE rEsUlt County Mr C W Miller spent several days in Lexington last week Christmas comes hut once a year about as often as time Irvine items make their appearance Too true We would bo more than glad to hear from you weekly Ed Mrs Mahafley and daughter Edith were in Richmond Wednesday and Thursday buying Christmas goods Mr and Mrs Sam Vaughn V L Vaughn anti Jeorge Vaughn were in town during the Holidays Master Burton Smith went to Paris Ky Fiiday to spond the holidays with Robert R Friend formerly of this placeRev II IJ Cockrill editor of The Pentecostal Herald is spending sev eral days with his brother Hal Cock rill of this place Ilhe Misses Cockrill gave Miss Grace Ffargris a new surrey and harness It came Friday unit is a beauty We hope Miss Grace will remember her friends eujoy driving immensely Miss Judith Tudor S L Tudor nnd Dr T P Gardner are suffering with the Grippe as well as a number of others in town We are living in hopes that the Grippe wont fasten her claws on us Every way you look time blue coats aro visible Many soldier boys are at home on furloughs during the Holidays Chas Park and a young soldier friend are visiting Judge Park and family at Parkland near Irvine Time Christmas tree Saturday even lug was iu the new Christian Church Dr T P Gardner made an interesting talk to time children then time presents were distributed Time children came and left with joyful hearts in fact every one enjoyed tho Christmas exercise Miss Bessie Riddell returned home Saturday from Colorado where she has been since June coating the dry climate to restore her health We are rejoiced to say sue is convalescent Messrs Harvey Labe antI Elliott Riddell came home Saturday also Judge and Mrs Riddell are enjoying this Christmas immensely as all their children are at home together once again Thin protracted services held at time M 15 Church South are progressing nicely Mr Allen the pastor in charge conducts the singing and Mr Trafien a Wilmoro student is preaching some interesting sermons No members have been added to tim church but the at tendance ia splendid and time good sis ters and Brethren are happy in their expectations of much good being done 1rafiips Cannot He tired by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of time ear There is only oae way to euro deafness and that is constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Kua gtttlInllatllelli r imperfect hearing anti when it is entirely closed deafness is the result the Ih1Jatll11tiou can be ta ken out mid tills tubo restored to Its normal conditi n hearing will be de stroyed forever nine cases out of ten art caused by catarrh which is nothing hut an incamed condition of tho mu cbiw surfaces Ve will give One Hundred Dollars blIatarthCatarrh Cure Send for circulars freo F J CitfcsBY co luledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Hals Family Pills arc the best 1m The proud step is slow and meas ured the toes are conspicuously turned out the logs straightened ILu11o EHTRAL SHOUT LINE TO New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CAIMRNIA PullmanFourlstSieepinx Car leaves Lo4ville very Thursday nlgh and rum thressk to San Francisco lAsk3OU ticket agent tor ptitlcftlfrn ttrVrHe to Fowler Traveling Pasaeer AcLouisville LiMMKIoHcMemphis j fe AK HANSON yiiJiiaujm io P ciicao AO l ALe tiit EVERYWHEnEby Murat Halstead commissioned by the Gov ernment as Official Historian to the War De armycampsGeneral Merritt in the hospitals at Honolulu atManilajaldo on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey lItanila1Donanza BldgeChlcag MASTEtt COMMISSIONERS Notice to Creditors Madison Circuit Court J S Galloways Admz Pltf AgainstFrank etc Deft All persons having claims against the estate of J 8 Galloway are hereby notified to file tresame legally verified with the undersigned en or before the 15th day of January 1899 or same will be barred S E SCOTT Cjanyl2w GOllnnissionArS 1O Plffs1againstNotice of Sale In Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the December Term thereof 1898 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Friday Jon 13 1899 Between the hours of oclock p m and 2 oclock p m at the Cour House door in Richmond Madison county Ky proceed to expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following described property viz A TRACT OF LAND with the appurtenances thereon on the waters ofTates Creek in Madison countyKy and boundS as follows On the south by the lands of Wm Durgls on the east by the lands ol Jw Stafford on the north by other lands of de fendant and on the west by Tates Creek and supposed to contain four 4 acres more or lessTERMSSale will be made on a credit of 6 months The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase mony to hare the force Ipllnterestserved upon salt property until all the purchase money1 is paid 8 E SCOTT Cjanyl2w NEW STORE BUBBlE EROS CO Surrlilnj members ol the former firm of Duhme a Co Eitabllibed rcr lisif ratai HAVE OPBNED THEIR NEW STORE At Nos 37 and 39 LTnrih Street Where may be found a Splendid Assortment of WftTGflES DlflMONDS JEWELRY SILVERWflRE FINE STflTIONERy ETG Wedding Invitations Calling Cards and Dies for Embossed Stationery Engraved by Expert Workmen in the most approved styles sentforDUHME BROS it CO 57 and 30 East Fourth Ot CINCINNATI O decH4w STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS FOR SALE I will sell publicly to the highest bidder at my home place near Duncannon promptly at 10 oclock a m on TnurQJLUuary 12 19J The following 4 head milch cows S heifers be fresh in spring 3 head horses all work well 2 No 1 work mules 2 turning ploughs 2 double shovels cultivator No twohorse wagon torn planter lUndoll harrow hay rake 1 cutting box com sheller double trees etretchers plough gear bridles and collars wagon gea- rATerms cash dewM M MILLER Public Notice Notice is hereby served upon the public that withthoof MltwaukeeWls In any Said company and tno undersigned will not be re for any of transactions VHB HODMAN General WMUfejnsCoLoul3yille ST9WL yearao14P19XIutih1 hdip- euisIrm ll tltey provide for3V pIept lKe e asanal awith Me- yc oxnc JKL 4w JIlt MerIffttX an 0 WARO ON CLOTHING I l1 a i out 0s a I eee Se SS S Ii o I 0e 1 our0 e IS r 0 IS 8Se S We to run our by eel our the first of to all a o are to sell a s for we may and will to it to time p time to do us We a nice line of d I Bc us a S r S rail our and get So for S 0 11 0 LI I ST KY 5O of things in mould niahog fly woods than colors smooth which we at prices se iect yard tO t J9 f an dwire of select i I JMI i r JolJi4I a 0 Worth ClothingV must be sold compelled to my new store Main Street next door to Jno G Taylors concluded reino as few goods possible and sell same we will close out our Oat en few of the prices ilid Ma d Mils For ll Childrens Suits at 50p and up Stetsons 500 Hats at350 Underwear at any price to close Gloves of all too cheap to mention Ms EtookhImaoi Tie IJ5 iCa11and see us you buy qS we will guarantee to save you at JASOBE First Richmond Ky 000ecesss000oosoesessss00ss 0ft CASH STORE On and after 1st 1899 terms will b- eSPOTCASHhave attempted business accounts each month Ilecting been unable collect them promptly compelled that pay cash forourgoods endeavor make interestof trade business with have Staple on ancY Groceries Quconswaro and Glassware Give examine stock prices asgGomls exchanged country produce HIGGINS iiXu-S M WEST RICHMOND S5SSoSSSSSoSeSSS SSeSeSe Picture FramingVj We are now all the new ebony oak and other Piqture black and more fiftyshades and in velvet felt and hand tints and other picture framing materials for the Holiday Trade will make up and offer our usual low 100 genuine Etchings 100 Pictures all subjects hi glass backing porIIand choice this earlyPoliteand efficient service guar VtCC1 IM4nmIOJ Jl4ItectllitWGloshimsmbM asmojiosS- te beSbd0YeOy 15DDU of b- yJNURY1STI being to remove house on hsive to ve as in order to stock at Cost aiMssslliaa Here fe nil Boys Suits at your own kinds ofILatest Styles before money STOUFFERS January therefore CASH ELLIS MAIN receiving ingsin matswhite differenfc actsV price Street FORSALE The ex utoi of Lee Jake Whiter deceased otters for tale privately about lkss of Lad thebalanceThelatteiIslaljuegiassand Address VJohn G Cole Ex Box 23V KyJant2m 1AflMV Liacate FOflA Situation iOGRAPHY AthirrnGE4ERAL 7LEilTH LEXINGTON ICY For circular cf his fataooi aji rupoaaM- GWHERCUL COLLEGE OF KY HWHSITY wsirled SZcdal gottiutollion Cooks cad Hoard in fIt about 0 K9 tIe Kentnctr Cclnnlty DMrioM wdir MIL swsrdei 5rsdnsts GrsdutnfaI8EKKKAL WH BR 8 S JCTH Tll nlnTrj asAaanovi64w headache bud Get Dr MHwrmJ lltto Fo i NviIp1 I andLotPspeityTheMo 1 cer jj gV oteIs t rsittb stk I VBU4AK sW 0 L jiiii r I dec p perT = ii n n XeI Tr le TOO BUSr Ourbusinpublic and take this of wishing each and every one A MERRY CHRISTMAS I I r The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JAN 4 ISro Heres Your Chance Some Extraordinary Offers by The Climax The CLIMAX wants five hunred new subscribers by the first of the new Tear In order to reach this end some extraordinary inducements will be made ruth further notice the following will ibe offered to subscribers The CLIMAX and The Week ly Louisville Dispatch 125 The CLIMAX and the Home and Farm S130 The CLIMAX and either the The Cosmopolitan Munseys or McClures Magazise 200 The CLIMAX and the Louisville daily evening post 3The Richmond CLIMAX and Twiceaweek CourierJour nal both for one year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquire 150 The CLIMAX and OhioFarm 190 CLIMAX can also fur paper published in IThe rates States or Europe Dr Hobson DentistIImf B F Evans will probably teach at Paint Lick He Is a good in Btructor Childrens Knee Pants at less than cost at Stouflera removal sale 2 F Rice bought of G J White Sou 25 900 ib feeders at 4 cenlsIOut of u ninemomhsold hog weighing 400 pounds Mrs Jno fccud der male 120 pounds lard The Chrliwnas number of thoI llirhmond climax isone of the prettiest of the State exchanges Louisville Post Dec 24 After nearly It quarter of century we WoVe from First street Dollars worth for GOe at StoulTers 2 Mr VT Flub has bought out his partners interest in the drugstore at Paint Lick Fount Tankewiey of the 4lh Kentucky Ilf at home at ilver Creek on a short furlonxti Vci move into our newbtpre oh January lhtatgitL are giving clothing away at Stouffer 2 The Ladies Exchange for tins present will be conducted by Mrs W F Fnincw at her home 407 E Main St 15000 worth of Clothing lists Underwear etc to be closed out by January Jlst nt Stoufrers on First Street 2 Roxersvjlle society was treated to an enjoyable evening one day laslweok when a big L4U13 was given at vie Guire s hull ifi honur of Jim Adams Stetsons 500 Hilts t4350 1800 Suits at 1000 Everything same way to keep from moving them at Stouf ferV I ti Sidney Dozier aged TJ in renew lug his subscription says he is enjoying good health anti whiles everybody a happy New Year The Daughters of Confederacy are requested to meet at the residence of Mrs JMPoyutz Friday afternoon at 2 oclock Important business to be attended toT L P Mil wurds hardware store in which Mr It t Gentry of thiit city Vis employed was destroetfby fire at Lexington last week Loss SllCOO Insuraoce lOOO- OCaptTolfl Ferril Madhona up todate auctloueer presented the CM MAX force on Monday a box of the most delicious persimmons of the sea son Many thanks Capt and luck to you To Build Mr and Mrs Albert McCown will shortly erect a rsidcDlcontllc iatlera farm on the Red House pike near Mr Thos Plielps StatlWRt at FewL Near Foxtown JaaL Wednesday afternoon Reveuna Harris and Zna Cobb which the latter washad a difUcnltj In stabbed by Harris Both arc well known farmers Farm 5i4 Mr Willis Hislepaid 3010 per acre for tho IStPacrelann ot the late Mir Klttie Hiflle qn Mtiddy cictk uuar Waco an l Mr HWe Inll Willium will reside there thin year MMHt a Cut Fawhw Saturday caught three V jive coal without a bnsh l ofyards in this city the baok diamonds whhlat theCMts of this other two yards we kept Rein a Jl til far into the cold cHrrSIIitOW1 W t l Proctor Knott Cigar 0116 Cattle For Sale I lao 46 nice young dehorned steer contract now anti deliver first of Fob ruary Correspondence solicited Eo C MoWiiOKTKK McWhorter kentucky dec4lm Firm Spreading Coalman Neff has taken unto himself a partner not another wife bui a business burden bearer in the peroon of Mr Elzie Million who will add to the business of the firm which Is already News January court tiny was nut cOIISIICIuous for anything much besides sized crowd Business among th merI Beautiful Quarters Miss Tempiu Oldhum has rented the hfuidhoiie apartments over Armors new jewelry store and will lie glad 10 haVrt her friends call Aa a practical and artistic milliner she has no superior in the city Mew Face There Mr Button Karris of Kirksville sun of lute Dr Fame will be glad to see his friends at I ovinglon Mitchells where he is clerking lie is an excel Local Option Enforced of ihe company delected entering a hli loon will leliKchnrielal agiirnishee of any employes wages y a salimidst will result in his tlilmi sal Tin order went into effect Jan I Gone to Housekeeping Mr and MIP Matt So Cohou have gone to housekeeping on Second street north of Mr and Mrs S D Parrish Mr and Mrs Oeo W Evans Jr will go to housekeeping in oho of the dwellings next to tim Episcopal clitirch Mrs Evans is one of iho best young housekeepers in Madison county and her howe will be as bright as tint sun light thatbeauns into her panor window The Question of Pikes i At the meeting of the Fiscal Court last week it was ordered that all un fulfilled contracts fur work on diit rpads be cancelled and rolet to the next lowest bidder The presbHt system of working roads WitS abolished and in stead thieold militia system was inaugurated A general supervisor of pikes will probably nwt ter discussed next May Until than the pikes will be uudtrth suii erviMi n of the magiMiTites in whose district they are located Raised The Pastors Salary After the services lust Sunday morn lug u congregational meeting an held nt the FiBt Intiinteiinii Ojirch whereat it was unanimously otcd to raise the pastors cuaipenf ntion to SlCOO per linnuni an increase of 200 The pasior Rev J RlIIlth huts thoroughly iueniilioi ninisclf with Ihubet iutur ets of huts diuich and lts unpaired himself to all out citizens who will regardless of denominational connec tions be gratified wnh this epontaiK1 ous but deserved tribuie of the clturili to its beloved pastor House Burns at twilight Granyillo Clarke reaidence on thee liwnenboro pUtt wusltur let down on Sunday evening between Hive and six oclock The loss H about 1250 but fortunately the policy in tle Hurst Home Insuinuio Company will tbout cover it The ironipt assistance of neighbors caused a saving uf eome of tile contents of the housWnu damaged condition The house was known as the Ircs Smith home aid was n landmark in that section New Operator JrJ T 1errill of Versailles is manajjer ol the W U Telegraph office here now succeeding the late Albert McCormack It would meet with public Approval if tht company would per mit Mrs McUonnuck to take tile place as soon as she becomes wore thorough ly fitted fur the work As good sutia faction as was over given hero was the work of a laity operator whose fidelity to duty wrecked her health tte Me Corniack initially umitretauds tho worn and could noon qualify jor the duties of the Uthice A Fine OKUer Millard West deputy collector of Lancaster was hero a snort while Mon day returniu from Jnukson mid lock cstle counties where with n posse lie dehtroyed four illicit dktilleiies and ai rostcd the owner of oic of ttuCiila wall named Wolfe who 16111 jail m iJtVeriiou Mr West idlhor6tnhJ1I or lift years oldhe looks fur former buS- tsea mau of tound seml wiirflge lar itIiand all that gtfa to make op II MKKkl deputy ho jwsrt6s JflI noWpiT 114t4 at id aMiouIgcr hlllrt W TO QUOTE I opportunity I AND A HAPPY unu NEW YEAR B3otsr VE Z A aALL I++++ + +++++++ t+++ ++++++ IDOUGLAS BRIGHT COMPANY fIir averIage lroPcritCourt 1000I eX1lerliellee IholChelapeake beappointedorjbe Iex IXjI Central Unversily The second term of this Institution opened yesterday Students will be received for the sec ond and third terms and charged for the half year only namely 2250 to the prep and 30 to the college proper Ureuaratory students will have the benefit of the gymnasium without morningIses3tollI1I training by the director Paid The Bet S M Wells anti B F Piersall of White Sulphur agreed thatif Ingh was eluifted lIeu was to baptize Sam and vice versa Saturday the ice wajj cnieked and they went down into the water end Beh raising his hand aloft said Friend Wells in iho name of1 Samuel J 1ugh I baptize you into the Urpublican party suit bound money Auien Fiecichburg Agitator Sign oi The Millenniumi When saloonkeepers themselves refuse to go to the polls and vote fur whisky as slid one at lIuullcello at thoI renmt election little room fur bit ahout the ultimate victory for the drys in all smaller towns Fred Willis is the name of the Monticello saloonist who got cnotmh of the business in less than eight months When asked why he did nut vote he said 1 would have voted agaiiibt saloons if I lund voted at all which would have placed me in a most inconsistent altitude Stanford Journal All Parties Known Here The lands of tile lute Col U G Sto tier have been divided His widow gets 650 acres including the home place and part uf the l an Hihler plate for life Mrs Sidney G Clay gets in fee simple the Howies place of 293 acres the Cane Ridge place of 48 i acres and 120 acres or the Ilibler place Warren Stoner who married Mitts Jennie Fox of Mt Sterling gets the Missouri farm ot 2800 acres The personal property has not been diyideii Event of The Season On Friday evening f this week in the Ballroom of the Masonic Temple the Madigon Junior Social Club will uivo in honor of its friends its annual New Year Ball The floor of the ball room hiss beet much improved during the last week and the members will use every effurt to equal their former brilliant success Henry baxton stud Ins farfamel or chestra will furnish the music The chaperones will be Mrs I Shelby Irvine Mis C D Chenault Mrs D U Shnckelford Mrs llmvoy Chenault Mr T J Smlili Jr Mrs G W Kvans lrm1 Mr Niae licntittt IPllltiOl In Bankruptcy IIt A1iwbl HIhe well known filed a petitiuii in bankruptcy this week placing hits liabilities at 41 597 and nasetH fIt It was no surprise to the friends of Mr Podd that he hail resorted to the bankrupt law as he lund never been relieved from the old Ilavj kins Co debt and there was no other alternatiVH At the tiino of the shore Grins iissigninent Mr Dudd turned over to their creditors tint tnly what ho possessed legally hut UtMi thoU which IIIWhome1slclld one believes that if he were able every all of his creditors would receive their money with interct JffBainine JonmnlI A Big Item to Madison County lion J levis Gobi hiss just returned fjnm Lonisviflo where he and Judge Sullivan delivered 5112000 of bonds be jag lefunding bonds which are to take place of the old R N I B heath is i Bind sveral years ago to aid in the con struction of the Richmond Kicbolas vile Irvine and Jieattyville lallroad By this exchango Madison county gets a premium of 3tO rash and saves S1120 ever year for twenty years Ihd old bonds hearing o per cent and tile new bonds 4 per cent In other words we still own the 112000 hut by the new arrangement we have S3SCO paid to us and instead f pnyint 5 per cent on the old bonds we will hereafter pay billy 4 per cent Uudgc Sullivan will rjturn today Without a Parallel lrof C Kv Evans the nell known school teacher tells ths CLIMAX of some remaikable occurrences in his years career as a teacher thirtyI take the rag off the bush IIschoolsault clu Ql children of the fpljoxving nlltiCmuand Molloys Dawes and lloss Calicos and Oottons Whites and Blacks Sweets Jand Sewers Tlielast named 10 laSnwarsIN our esteemed Valley truthIhlll1im IIthlHourtonjtaglvn this new hTUryiiVCi onr atHrinvit with a yiafs pubf iptipn fro iOt ta not trUi Nothiilflext a DENEIIALMILESI I 56 MEN 1200 i Dont buy a Suit Overcoat Pair of 1atils lint Shirt or Suit of Under wear until you see our line and save fifty cents on the dollar at Stouliersj removal sale We will make you a S1500 Suit to measure and guarantee a fit for SU75 at Stonffers removal sale 2 Enlarged this Mouth a Foot or So Spencer Burton a well known man who bears a good chn coloredI into trouble Saturday night and cut his way out in the most approved fashion Spencer says ho was engaged in conversation with a friend when a half drunken man approached him con coaling one hand so as to Indicate that he was armed He threatened stat made a pass that looked Durtolll meant biz whereupon the headwaiter of the Zimuitr Hotel IleftyI hued his barlow knife and when latter hall ceased its evolutions and revolutions the loft cheek of lid Henry Collins was opened from the west corner of the hitters mouth to where he operates his hearing uppar sills Not content with this he resisted arrest and had to subjugated by the buttend of a policemans pistol When Spencer Burton was interviewed ICIer a short imprisonment he said his assailant cursed him ttiuck him and re pncetturned the tables on his deceiver 9 25 buys 1900 worth of clothing hats anti underwear at Stouffers re moval sale 2 HUfseljGreclup and robbed of f40 The best smoker the Proctor Knott clear WE AIM To have our Clothing the best that can bema e rEiiis wiiy von get here more value for I your money than eIRevhereI IOur Fall and Winter and Overcoats areIReady= to=Wear Take any of our SUITS and 0 VEKCOA7S at 1250 and they have the set and style of Merchant Tai lors work Our SUITS and 0 VERCOATS at 800 received the same care and thought in tailoring as the higher grades Every thread of warp and woof is of pure wo- olThereis no other stand that can clothes you as stylishly and as serviceably as we can and at so little price Same Iold stand but much larger Covington Mitchell 215 WHITE FRONT e s sse e ee se eosoeseS eS S S S S S SSS S SS SSS S 0o s oe Everybody Knows o 80 e I Tiru SEE OUR FLYERSThe wonderfully winning premier fashionsIof the season 00Freiss 5 50Mensj flMensnn Covert Overcoat Mens Suits and Covert Overcoats and Ulsters 12 00 S SUITSrrSoOO 008700 S 0051000 be it YOUNG MENS QUITS 400 S50D 0 C9 750 900 10001200 jj CHILDRENS KNEE PANTS SUITS I 125 150 200 250 55300 R j MENS PANTS 100 150 200 300 350 400 MENS HATS 100 125 S150 175 200 MENS SHOES S125 150 175 200 250 MENS OVERCOATS 1 5OOS600 750 S800tOO 12001 1i MENS UNDERWEAR 50c I VCr 100 1 9yBOYS UNDERWEAR 50c ci i Cfi Everything in our store is fesliiiIa iiev no old goodsUJld evorvthi r the lowest pricti that cash can h5j them forT cH J STRENiTile CMfer Tfe ftMerMfSliter The HilUr isSit IL It1 fJ LTTTiIT Tnt DIE IS CAST THYfl Off I THE GREAT PALLa CAMPAIGN OF THE Busy Bee Cash Store Is Now On TillS WILL BE A CAMPAIGN THAT WILL LONG BE REMEM BERED BY TilE PATRONS OF THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CORPORATION FOR IT WILL BE A CAMPAIGN AGAI- NSTHigh Prices For The People NEVER DID THE HIGHCLASS RACE HORSES OF THE CELEBRATED KENTUCKY STABLES CHAFF AT THE BIT MORE EAGER TO STARTIN THE RACE THAN liTHE BUSY BEE CASH STORE DOES THIS ONE competitorscrowd our shelves and counters this season Wo are showing the greatest variety of Dress Goods seiii ouUide of the large cities this season All the now things in Crepons Epinltns Figured Jaqnards Covet louts Serges Fortugus Cords Cheviots Cloths Fancy Mixtures etc will be found in our EleI gant Dryss Goods Department We have culled the Eastern Markets for the latest novelties in all kinds of Dress Trimmings and Dress Findings and when you get yuurDreSS from any of the Great Busy Bpo Cash Stores yon can feel assured that nothing of a liner Design or Pattern will be shown you Our buyers for the Three Large of the Bee Cash Store Corporations searched the Clothing Market Tenacity of Blood Hounds and they have hued this department with one Endless Chain of Bargains Boys Cassimere Knee Pants 15c a pair Mens Cassimere Pants nicely made French waist for 98Q Mens Cassimere Suits well made 248 worth 500 Our line of Mens and Boys Fine Suits and Mens and Boys Overcoats are the largest and best in the One Room given to this department Wo are selling 104 White and Grey Blankets beautiful borders large enough lor nov bed 3e u pair = Our Blankets are plied Mountain Hfch on our ledges anil you rail buy cautifiil allwool lilankets from us at the price of cotton tuff elsewhere lIed Comforts at I4 Inc each We are selling good Brown Cotton at 4c Good illuach Cotton no dressing at 4Jc Green Ticket Londsdalo Fruit of theLoom anti Masoiy yule Bleach Cotton at Oc a yd Get our prices on Alpine Rose Cotton and wide Sheetings We tell 104 Un =blenched Sheeting at 121c Bust Apron 4c a yd Canton Flannel good quality 5c a yd Best Canton Flannel from Oc to Sic usually sold at 10 and 12Jc Ve are selling all Fancy Calicoes Best Brands and Indigo Blues at 3c a yd Remennnls almost given favor this Collarettes Stores Busy the shown Entire yardwide yardwide Gingham away more will side of entire storeroom devoted to our BOOT and SHOE PARTMENT We carry celebrated Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoes Our prices named on this line is a marvel cheapness can up entire the of a few pair elsewhere carry no shoddy shoes and boots are good honest bought below the cost manufacture afford to our Shoe Department Again extending yt invitation to visit this take look our Store where bright polite ard salesladies cieet make visit a pleasure Ve Very Hespt WeD OLDIIAM COMPANL RICHMOND MT STERLING GEORGETOWN I I 6 RELIGIOUS linv Frank Hideout hns resigned hi charge of the Episcopal church at UKhmnnd stud will nil his tine to Cyulhiana flee Martin D Haidln Iho brilliant young son of Jan I W Hardin huts been tendered r church in Minneapo u salary of StWO per year IJev G W Youngs temperance lec ture at the Christian church Sumlny night was one of the finest efforts of the kind ilmt rynthwna has hoard TLIIIITI huge congregation tilled the church Ctiitliianii Deiuociat A man wlu htid l een converted li thin SalvMlim Army speakiuK from a idat declared that all pride and self conreit bad been t1ell out of his heart To prove it ho paid he would go nuiOig tho audicnco and kits an old ctiluird wiurn As he wet tI dnnii the aisle the old colorml woman arose nod saul Look ahyar brud der jn iiwyha no pride but 1 hns yo rant kiss me Twentyone couples have been Rita I neil in Urceuup since last Fii iLtMiilsay people aro keeping the drug uists busy filling urip prescriptions r rrhkt riiEa itw In Effect December 5 1893 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm nm pm nm 2 6 20 Lye nichraond Ar I HI 7 20 255 TOO 1142 616 125 Si Stavsvillo 30 5 0 933 Paris s tJ 510 17 10 28 Qeorcetown 750 4 23 7 10 23 FranUeit Lve 7 W 3 40 Ask for ticketi Vbpals i f = News and Opinions= = eat3OF e National Importance Thetj pri LLONE ContnBoth+ +4 BaHy bj fflsilr t5 ls afear ant Sunday by riiilJSa year ilDaily +tt+ 1HTH 5 1 k1 mATS UriDi NI3iPfnIK Ul WVllr i rlice S teats 4 copy By m Iii S103 a year TUlJaMKewToJIvi IJft xvzTTrN n i iresIifltm tt i I iti 2ITo1wrcf f iii Th se Who Future Ilie pains of rheiiinatisiu sliouM he re nimled that a euro fr this disease snparillarhApxprn llriids Sarsaparilla fur rheumatism iinl have hoen tinuiiletelj Hiillv cuied provu tho power of thU iiiedicnc to rOut and i iiqucr this dis AliBI IJoodfi u the nelltrliztlllthepains o rhcumntisin nlisolutfly cures liniments ItI nppliratiotis fail to pHiinnneiit relief lu sure to get 110018 flccHllll A masquerade skating be given at the in Paris Jan C j A man unity tress a weak an own good and the tosistnma of uii artistic tailor may elect lltt may take his tubs lint it his digestive nr pmsnre out of order his will have an CIIIIjpcilJutjij cflIt appetite or rus iv his breath iilxniiinablt He is ono lug nnniixtakablc simi of constipation Tho qiiioksf sure easiest way 10 MiTe troniilo is to take Dr IeIHIICdNothing in tile least imniifnl enters into heir composiiiou They liunt down all impurities and make them move on They sue the product ot many years Btuilv nnd practice Dr 1ierte camlOt allortl vto put forth a worthless article Address with cents in tocover cost jjiiaillnir only Diituusar1 lion btilFaloX Ynllllieta free clOof the Medical Adviser H NUBiANTEAcuicaflyspep ifliS sia Con ti1Kltio and Indi gestion Begiilates the Liver Price 25 els Sold by Pcriyk Thomas successors to W G White iihe Odd Fellows entertainment at Lexington List week netted nbopt 550 Tetter SAttIlheum and Kczcma- ThointansiaUchingpnilEinartinginci ento alulIvobei1lJlOtmunentJy a11tl it Jt cjiialhy mement rOl itching ptlea DUll I ftlovorlro rinvdy fer sore nipples d hatiis chilblains frort lIitCir porbaIDri C Conc lIII Pnwiler are iwst what a home neoda wijen fci bad odditioa Trfnio bb 5 yiiriSer and et l ihuey rn not food but nedloina and tha bret ih arc to put a lrso in condition jPrico 25 ents per puclius A fhrisinilt tree h i7iiik Ifs jcit anil suit lymt Uuuerui Kuiitntky j ulmirer f G U 91lIUTlIII I J3IJr UiIIIIl rHit25L = t 50rlftoWItt4TggIr preI nevr UJIHtIIt 11I toAis jl ie thti Jir f li ruJf l 1ft tl I ilt tIy iir J i iiii iVi J Itit tuuuflrrs rioah Atj t 2 c c c H having purchased the entire line of AllWool Dress Goods in Fancy Mixtures from one of the leading New York Houses we will offer them as long their last for 23t per yd They make beautiful Dresses and Skirts Wo have Riven one cmiro room of our Great Store to Ladies Misses Childrens Wraps Vo are showing everything new and in season in this department Our line of Fur are the tall of the town Dont fail to see this hue with for city outward jrimo Our Notion Department and out heats antI Jetties Furnishintr Goods Department was never complete We have strained every nerve to maker the e doiart the most attractive in our great store Your every want has been anticipated mid our Low Prices mured on these articles inako these departments very interesting tb customers fnilItery Departments Many beautiful ami attractive things will be seoul here We are naming prices Carpets and Lace Curtains so low and the patterns are so pretty that you want to carpet your back yard and hang lace- curtains in your kitchens We have just recieved and put on u Manu facturers sample line of Mens Hoys CVips Our windows are full of them and our price lit just onehalf OturIWe have one our DE many lines of for You shoe your family here for cost We stuff our all goods to You cant miss to an us fall and a thiotiah salesmen will and your are AND devote Iiwith ttuig Font diiwp county Winchester Ar Lt ViA ami jiurinau Korsapaiillu One when other carnival will rink his this Pierces 21 onecent stamp of Worlds Ir jiiiavjtii Will utUsm and Jackets and ments Cash on salo aud faced you REMEMBERYou at THURMANS than anywhere on Earth Givo as a call TlIUUMAN GllOCEUY Jo COR MAIN AND GHEAPSIDE RICHMOND KY The sooner a cough or cold is ruicd without Inirm to thesutt rer the butter Lingering colds are dangerous Hack ing cough is distreFsinx Ono Minute Cough Cute quickly cures ItTliystiller when such a cough cure is with in reach It iz pleasant to the taste Douglas it WellsfJames Armitiigo shunt tumid fatuity t wounded J nines lensoii ti un tug 1 quart Ill in Bath countv That Dreadful Cold that fuaiful cough u danger signal Itt is supping the vitality from your lungs lr1Hotlevbo too late This remedy will speedily lure a deepseated cr a horiuiis cough and give stiength to till tunas All soot drugaist sell it H cllilcernjJnoRms Constipation provtuits tho loily nun ridding itself of w to matter He- Witt Little Exrly ItisnrH will remove the trouble and euro fcic lleadtic e Biliousness Inactive LIter suit char hue Complexion Small sugai coated dont grip or cause niti ea lJou Wells IJUiI All of thai turnpikes in lolo county are now free Baties and Children IFor so good In tho treat ment of couuhs unit oilts us 1r Belts ctiresesuwhucopisweety lefresliing Hlevp OliiltlnUl litvo it old jieoplu iuk it GoiKi druggists sell it it hikatunr rinks tire leifoll lgtlUiJt popular a il li society In Ctntral Ken lucky towns lId cilitri Cough and Colds HJ themselves aro nut juimis ad itS Ilie muni trivial cough jr fold if nej itctel may lead to a thma hronchit s tolleltt1111ltullt id ivxiuilr cure a turf cure cufo It Jall1ff thilI ilttrtli qnr mliut- In tlitjiinlciy AUe iif ill lieh frsi ti county tt Ii its nitail hunting tThe Mortality nscoid vnild be cathy rdnced if ivery humo wnns HiippUel itit a 141 tie of Mr Mis iino Tarllnncv liiri mtttlimr IIlllIttijrifIlUlnr t itlffi trimili lfcUjlIfc nil ri Cfi IHc 19tr AJI tmtiIIts e at jiioe No ttfTi L31uiaiiimiii It Iiii tcikium + J z mmmIiuiilmCrMsmlto- zf i II f filtf49ilIII tirl r IIU a c When you ask for IH Wills Witch linel Salve dont accept a counterfeit j or imitation There aro mo e cases of Piles being cured by tithe than all 1 others combined Douglas Wells The threayesrolieiiikh of Sun Stout retMing near Howling ircen was fa tally hiirned In lure a Culd in tine ay Take LaxUiv iiroino Quinire Tablets All druggists icfniid money if it fails cure 2k The genuine bus L B Qt each tablet i ov9t m John 1 Coihran former liovernor of Uolewnre is dund A e ugh is not Iiki a fevo It dots nut Ifevo iii I tiLt a curtain course Cure it quirk tutu cHeuiually with One Minute Cough Curt the bIt remedy for nil ages and fur thin niDst severe cases AVt rrcomniHiiil ifbecause its good DotiKlas Wells Civil wnr in ISolivia seetm luevita hle Whutnuyou tafi not sleep f r coughing tak UhainOrtiiins Coiiyh Uumwiyr It m08tIvent any teiidfiuy inward pleuinonia For sac by IVry ThoiMfls druggist jan4 1m A little daughter of Willin i Galloway in Lewis county was burned to deatb 3Ir Klisha Uorry of this place says he never hail anytliiiii do hiui so much good and give him sneli qUiCk relief from ilieuinatisui an Cluunberlalns Pain Jtahn He was bothered greatly with shooting pains front lii to kuce until hu nsetf this UuisiunN which af fords prompt relief IV F UAKBB tufiibytcrrySix convicts escaped mum Lo Michi gatt State Ilousw of Correct u f When You Have a 1Ii Cold Yon want the best mctilciue that can be mined and tliiajtChnnibsr laiuV I tnh Remedy You want a remedy tlua will ntorhglve iulukrolii but elred permanent CllllJ voIllhpneumoniaYtmai JIIO lu nvf 8lholIIfotIt pr in i tubs of badrf cold bi1ltillloitIIJII1tX Li 4IlcUiiteus ttjthoiit n fI IisjilmoiFii 8aNteveu 1tIIV t tiiiirtl IIItllIh r t lit my r I1hI1 fit Iit jiuaiiiu r r I I tf T JiF1deJ fper HONC T CALDWELL oMarkersburg W Va Recom mends Wrights Celery Gapsules FAKKKRSBURO V VA January 26 1095 THE WRIGHT MEn Co- CqIWJ1bul Ohio Gentleman I have been using Wrights Celery Capsules since November JS91 and find them to be as recom mended I first Can taking them while IH Uot Springs ill under treatment for Sr u tVc Rhenmatum Liver and Stomach trouble Constipation which I IiaiMwwi long sufferer I found the- CflWY CIPSUlO8 gave me great relief irom beginning and havo used them ever since With pleasure anti unso licited I rficommend them to any and all Ruuerin with like aillictious or either of them Very truly yours CHAHLBS T CmnvELL Sold by T S Hagan Drnceist Price 5c eats and SlOO per box can at drng sore and gel free samole 6 All drngjUta sell Dr Miles Kervo Plasters ALL WOMEN S ouM tnov taat the O1J Time Kemedjr TI the best for Fmtle Troubles Corrects nfl Jrr rttle8lnl ma1o organs Should be- tlai f r fere of Lite and before CbtUBIrtb I uie 04 Ttaie tlntScs have stood the iseyyeaN ev Ppetimr Medicine Co Chat e Peril k Thomas druggists successors to W 0 White decSlyr Wheer Wilson Sewing Machine Rotary Motion and Ball Bearings EVER BALL Fur saie by Dewey Music Co Rich inond Ky ASE YOU A DEMOCRAT An old adage readi Tbere is a place fer everything and for everything to be IB iU place the LOUISVILLE DISPATCH Lanld find a place la the home of every DEMOCRAT in the SUNNY SOUTH The Dispatch is the peoples paper owned by the people antI Is always ready to fight for tbui of the ptople IT STANDS SdUAUBLY ON THE CHICAGO PLAT FORM without the aid or consent of the Gold Bug Monopolies and a fair compar ion of Us news service now being fur niched over leased wires by the New York Sun ton Chicago Inter Ocean end the Northern Press Association with that of rny other paper will fully verify Its i Moo If you Me it in the Dispatch its so and If its to it is always in the Die 1patchThe Dispatch also has a staff of over 300 active correspondents in the South and will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS of any other Louisville paper Get the Dlipatcb it gives the news and tells the truth about It Dally 8 pages Sunday 24 pages Week lv 8 nag We club with the Weekly Dispatch at the remarkably low prlco of 125 A YEAR +++ CALL AT + + M lffl SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St BJCIIMOND KY GRANO fARM bP160 ACRES Within threequarters of a KyEvery as cream It lies on the best pike iu the county the land is rolling to level 00 acres LIp ill grass excellent water springBuildings a half story new of 10 rooms the finest farm res idence in the county immense burns ii tenement houses one of which is a good frame of 5 rooms and complete set of bujldings which really makes it a separate farm We will sell this place at an un figure14000lerzns ill one two three four and iive crs Send for our list of farmiol sale- WILLIAMS Ie LITTLE nnglfn 2IlSt Owensboro Ky ttantedtn Idea Who QI1 think ot acme tdmpla tblaztoirdgenI rrnuC1O roor satzt Iby may bring rca wealth ttetneya4 ef tite bocdtvtt taTMt4aM lI 0- liii t 1 r IT 1II1 IIJ Sf ffiJUPOF nf1 k IMITATED Or TIE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS is due not only to tho originality simplicity of the combination but nndI to the care and skill with which manufactured by scientific known to the CALIFORNIA processesI Co only and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing theItrue and original remedy As genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Co only a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding tho worthless imitations manuiactured by other par ties The high standing of the CArl FOBNIA FIG SYIHJP Co with the medi cal profession and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy It is far in advance of all other laxatives as it acts on tho kidneys liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them and it does not gripe nor nauseate In order to get its beneficial effects please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO HAN FRAN CISCO CaL LOUISVILLE KT NEW YORK N Jany Read ThisI have rented for 1898 the several houses ad vertised by me last December but have now tour or five other nice cottages well located and equipped for sale on easy terms Call at office over Messrs White Gibsons store with Stephen D Iarrish AttomeyatLaw FLORIDA H PAPKISH jan26tf Attorney and Agent 131 ECONOMIST RANGES ren rfciru H IjJ tr1 UJt1 Roofing Guttering and GeneralJobVork LAE MITB i SDR CALDWELLS CONSTIPATION PEPSI N DrMILES+ + ++++++ + 4 + +++++++++ ++++ + i i tS++ +++ +++++ + +++++++ FOR 5VTB SMr oTTaao ar ttt IS+ + +0 Six of the best Fire Insurance Com ++ panics in the United States Losses + promptlyt++ In the Prudental you are offered the + best Life Insurance attainable and on 4 + the most approved plans In Accident ++ Insurance we again ive the best We 4+ wilt not transact business with irrespon +4 slble companies ++ 261 Second Street + UpStairs t3e2i7 t ++ ++ ++ + TT ++ T + T4f +4f444vt lED W RIIKY Ot Shelbyville Ky Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules ToWrijhtofWrights forSourpation and found that they cave rao im mediate relief every time 1 think it an excellent remedy Yours very truly 9 Geo W Riley The World of Almanac and e Encyclopedia for 1899 AND Illustrated History of the Spanish American War I1JJ READY FOR SALE EVERYWHERE J 2 JANUARY Jst 1899 JIJJTogether with The Battle Calendar of RepublicCompUed EDGAR STANIONMACLAY Historian of Iks U S Navy jtjtjt THE STANDARD AMERICAN ANNUAL jtjtj PRICE 25 CENTS ilej Postpaid to any iiirmt THE WORLD PM e BuMfe NEW YORK r SDR CADWELLSN 1- r- j 4 Ri1iiioii PrO UGO Madut byEFancy Groceries Kicbmoud Ky EGGS SOc cash 18c in trade BUTTER Choice country JOl c- HEW AX 2 025c VOOTClear grease wool J8lfc hurry lOj1 c tub washed 25t JHEESE Country lOc TIMOTHY SEEh Sl35l II CLOVER SEKI S4 5USTi00 BLUE GRASS SEED trlppet 50g Ooc extra prean C075r fancy iHai pure seld S11S5 IRISH POTATOES 405fiOc BACON lO- cHAMSlOc LARD78Jt UUUIIARD GU S1oJSI 8V KEU TO5Oo- SEED RYEOOc CAMPLIFE At ANNISTON ANNJSTOX Alit Dec 17 lSUl1 Editor CJIMAX Doubtless some of onr friends of Madison would like to know how we are faring in the Volunteer Army lifo I can Ray a great deal better than hun dreds of other but at the best service in the Volunteer Army is not so propitious as a bed of rosts but slur risb and differs only from the peniten tiary in that wedo havofreeJi air and see the blue skies My profession has saved me hardships because over since I tutored at Lexington lust Juno until a tow days ago I have been Stenogra pher and cop ist in our Colonels aud Adjutants offices My rapidity as a Stenographer leaking out somoway I was soon employed in the different general Courts Martial to take the proceedings and make up the records when now I am transferred from my Compa ny Regiment and Camp to Division headquarters in the city as St nogrR pher in the different Courts Martial that sit hero While there is little cx tra pay in it yet I like tho work am kept in practice in the line I must full back on when mustered out and the constancy of it will make me a betfer writer than ever before And then I will command influential recommenda tions that will be valuable to me in enjoyling upIlndparade battalion parade nor 9 p in roll call nor any passes to go anywhere but sleep in a nice room and once more put my feet under a table in a nice restaurant to eat hams and eggs and coffee like our mothers made instead of standing up ton long table like cattle eating three times a lay sow belly beans alum coffee and nigccr heel bakers bread IMie im provement amply recompenses mo for the dextrous work I do and besides I dont like a gun nohow My Company hated to see me leave them and bade mo God speed and all of them like hundreds of others in the Regiment are my fast friends because of my bold defense of them in publicly contradict ing vile misrepresentations that have been from time to time made of then und us all I however visit tho boys at Camp and I am always cordially received Thero are some circumstances that may make it probable for this Regi mont to see the Philippines yet if it does all I ask is to be returned in time next year for me to do my little parts towards electing a Democratic Governor of old Kentucky In this connection I hope the Democrats will see to it that they make a wise nomination for this office and for the rest of the State ticket and it behooves them to do it For the nomination I am of course for Hon W B Smith because he is a good man for the place and can reconcile all faculties I hope he will be nominated but no matter who Is nominated Demo crate of Kentucky should put their shoulders to the wheel and elect him I am for Lt Col David R Murray tlf our Regiment for Lieut Governor and I can say of Moo no better man can bo found on Gods foot stool He lire at Cloverport Ky and is a half brother of ex Gov Crittenden of Mo Mini a thorough lawyer tine business man neil popular with any one who knovs him He and Mr Smith would make a good team Col Murray is President of one of the Courts Martial I work in and Commander of our Regiment during Col Colsons absence at Washington Congress and ho makes a flue presid las officer and a good Commande- rIt is generally believed we all will got out towards spring taking the para graph in the Presidents message in its literal meaning whether then or when as soon as I do I want to make one more visit to Richmond to the sour woods and slashes and as an ex Cuban soldier talks with friends of the halcyon days of yore and deserve tne scones of the days of boyhood iujjo cenctMy love to all friends of Madison and best wishes for the success of the CLIMAX and free silver 16 to W PHESTON NORRIS A great plant for the manufacture of steelshells and armor plate will be es tablished at South Chicago The bud Is more easi ily blighted than the Hi fullblown rose A f young girl is more susceptible to weakness and disease that will wreck her in a woman- lyf way than she is after she has attained to healthy womanhood Thousands of women have their lives wrecked by troubles of this delicate description be cause of own ignpr ance and the prudery of their mothers I Whenever the wander l ins demon of ill health finds a ship adrift upon the sea ignorance he I i steps on board talcea J the helm and steers straight for the mad Strom of death The young woman who has not been taught the necessity of taking care of her health in a worn ofignoranceure happiness will soon assume command Young women who suffer from weakness end disease peculiar to their sex live under a terrible nervous tension and if they witinsanityby the constant drag and drain organsDrone perfect and unfailing specific for every descriptionmotherhood It is the best of all known nerve tonics It is the discovery of one of specialistsinI was troubled three yearswith femilc weak CityDcdford illtmJnslutime for my monthly periods thought J would die with pains in roy back and stornnrh aim fainliugFjIaliy And Mcdlcdam In better health now than I ever was ia my life- How to preserve health and beauty are Jold in Dr Pierces lltdical A diMrIt is 2ljenecentM4meEsDrIr ci ir u J Are You s Easily Tired irust remember that all your imust como from your ifood Did you ovor think of thatj Perhaps your muscles need more strength or your t or parhapa your stomach isIt weak anti cannot digest what you oat tIf you need more strength t then take t SCOTTS I EMULONS0 of CodIiiver Oil with Hypo i phliia Pho4 jJ ho most easily changed of nl fools Into 2 ctrength ad iia hypoplios phiteo at0 the best J 4 A Hy toiiics fjr tile nerves 2 SCOTTS EMUL S b 1 SION is the easiest 2 quickest euro for J jand overyldnd throats for tnn for all cases of de J S Ii weak nerves Js anti loss of flesh 2 fSOC and Jioo all drugglsti SCOTT sc BOWNE Chemists New York t + 4 e54 FACTS ABOUT TAMPA For TUB CuuAr It is a cosmopolitan city It has a Hitiulatloii of 20000 It has steamer connection with hay anal Porto Jlico Jamaica Iensncoln Mobile Now Orleans and all the coast townsIt time terminus of three railway and has direct communication with all points north It is situated on the liJl1shurcll1h- buS an arm of Tmnpa bay RIll almost surruuiied bysait Wilier it is tookihiy till maritime feezes wliiih doe lies petually giving vigor and health to life Itt monthly receijua from internal revenue are 26000 Its monthly tmiiou s receipt an 590 000The poslolllco monihly receipts ate 2750It 9000000 cigars 2250 keip of beer lCSO tons of ice and 1700000 pounds of fresh fish every month Time weekly pay roll of its cigar factories is 7000- Shipped in October lS97i5O0 boxes of oranges and 10000 tons phosphate Its average monthly receipts of to bacco are seventylive tons valued at 125000 Ninety vessels arrived and clearodjn May The assessed valuation of its real es tate is 5343480 It has thirty miles of electric street railway Its annual trade exceeds 29000000- Us average temperature for the past thirtythree years was 74 degrees The highest temperature reached during this year was 91 the lowest 29 Its mortality averages twelve in 1000 It has water works supplied from a spring flowing 3000 000 gallons daily It hits an efficient paid tire depart ment with telegraph alarm It lies gas anti electric lights It has an extensive lumber business steam saw mills and novelty works It has one hundred and fifty cigar factories large and small employing about 5000 people It has the most magnificent hotel in the worldthe Tampa Bay It is the largest fish market in the stateThe waters of the Tampa bay the homo of the celebrajed pompano and Spanish mackerel It has two national five state and private banks eifjlit privit and sonpublic schools and twenty churche Florida will produce moro saleable products fruits grapes and vngeitdjles of all kinds than any oilitr country in tin United Stales Florida liSts a great stmpjlof fuut fish and its fisheries are in their infan- cv With built a country tributary to Tanu a its uruwth in till past is ftnly ncfriuntiMl fur mid futurn growths ho yond question It is most favorably Mtuatcl for risli ovfcter and Sardine oxiining and IIIIK mi alUndanct of mw hides W l liAiron Soothing healing cleaning lea us ing De Witts Which Iluzol Salve is the implacable enemy of sores burns and wounds It never fails to cure Piles You may rely upon it Douglas Wells Working Xighl An lay The busiest and mightiest little thing that every was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pills a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weak ness into strength listlessness into en ergy lirainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by Perry Thomas 8 The Western Horeeiniii published at Indianapolis Indiana at 200 a year and issued every Friday stands at the hewl of Turf and Trotting and Pacing horse journals is handsomely illustrated with pictures of noted horses and gives all time horse news from Cali fornia to Maine If at all interested in trotters or pacers subscribe for it The great annualSbuvenir number will be Issued February 10 antI will be worth more than tho price of a years subscription It goes freo to nil sub scribers to others 25 ctnts per copy Lv special arrangements with tho pub liE Jers we are enabled to send the Western Horseman 200 per year and the Weekly CLIMAX 180 per year both for 225 during the year 1S99 Give us your order nov23tf Many a household is saddened by death because of the fatluruto keep on hand a safoand absolutely ifprbtin cure for croup such as OuoAMinutUoiigh Cure See that ypum ttgarj protected against cmgrgeli Dbug- ins Wells r CountyCourt Diys Paris Bourbon county tiret Monday Richmond Madison county first Jlon day Lexington TFayette county second Monday lStanford Lincoln county second Mon day fGeorgetown Scow third Mon da vil v Danville Boylerountttkmi Mi lnv Nilhllht iii Jeuitljcisi rIfi Irr Muililay t MEMORIZINlTSCIWPTUREr If more attention were given in our Sunnayschools to lois God honored ex e oise it wouM lead parent to take a deeper interest in the work of the school A writer informs us that the most profitable hours he remembered were those in which his mother heard him recite his Sunday school lessons Look alto at the great gain to a minis tni or teacher who tiLlS given much at MIL tthl x fite lie is never at a II e r thiebtI i its t1 PIrprlnl tilts 515 u tr siicrrtnhil pastors ft ijtS 1C union liolned b iltmOlsihiIi IIitlf ill nili IJy Jtll rv i f ni tiisjH in time txiis- 0 111- t r nvv Vt- a z tiiU HltJ WitlCst Vl i ill CilMl III tilt jluarliili ii n iiir vusrr Of IIUrhi JHH is ilxni ti use meli i uitt wiii A rtiiniiii in Oltiiwa n mni ti in tirt uapiislC- lllUUli Illf Illlfl ttlMi rllt nttelllllrtl tilt nindu MI ui ovir ixventy tents tijj uiil III 1tW tii14 ciiiimitted to in mon alit iiciicU ii litrr teacher till hubsit the Paims ol David time bOokut Irovtrtis tIe four Gospels ond flit epistle to tilt Ephesians and added that she hail unit dots now enjoy much spiritual benefit from such a rich store of Divine truth while engaged in her household duties Would that thou sands of time rising generation could give the tame teetiuiotiy Yes ill all lawful tphei ts ul life in the commer cial profettoional agricultural political tuiiiiiiry unit ttpeciallv tint ministerial ulatee IIOA useful hW profitable la Lmt liitnarysloied and fiiuciifie by aui Omit jiabssines oi Holy Writ1 Kvkr t iriruan Kvtrychmui iiieiutier- Idullr tiajiti t liurili Illtrlll UI Miuuli hiiv inoif ot the tiook Uucl on their iifiiris an i inuinAry iiiu all tuier IKXK or b ohu tinnbin Vi 7 l ec Uv Him is oUl o creed iur book of catechism our cull frssion of Faith our hook of Dis cipline and of every Baptist Sunday school scholar It should be recorded as of Timothy From a child thou hast known the holy Scriptures which are able to make thee wise until salva tion through faitli wiiiuh is in Christ Jesus And as for tilt names and or der of the books of the Bible every child attending time Sundayschool should be as thoroughly drilled in them as day school scholars are in the mul tiplication table Canadian Baptist Woman Should Kunv it Many woman stiffer untold agony and misery because tho nature of their dis ease is not correctly understood They have been led to believe that womb trouble or female weakness of some sort is responsible for the many ills that beset womankind Neuralgia snervonsuess headache putTy or dark circles under tho eyes rheumatism a drapgingpain ordull ache in time back weakness or bearingdown sensation profuse or scanty supply of urine with strong odor frequent desire to puss it with scaldIng or burning sensation sediment in it after standing in bottle or common glass for twentyfour hours are signs of kidney and bladder troubbie The above symptoms are often attn buted by the patient herself or byher physician to female weakness or womb cubic Hence so many fail to obtain relief because they are treating not the disease itself but reflection of time pri mary ause which is kidney trouble In fact women as well as men are timile miserable with kidney cud bladder trouble and both need the same remedyDr Kilmers SwampRoot is the great discovery of the eininonl kidney and hhulder specialist and is easy to got m any urugstotp for fifty cents or OxH IllltU- to piuve ItS wonderful merits you tiihy liavo u sample bottle mid hook tel ling nil clout it doth sent absolutely ftve by mail Kindly mention Time ICictiiiKind UMAX mid send your ad drttfS tn Dr Kihucrto Kinghamton N Y III VALUABLE ALMANAC Til I UMAX hu just received u copy of 1iauieib AlmaiibC for 800 thiu is Jilhllcatiol1dudmade this year to make it unusually valuable mId interesting It is a book 01 thirty two pages hill of interesting nod vuitiithe infonnatioit und is the insist iomplete book tf the kind thin we have seen this year Mi examina tion uf the book shows that it has been compiled and edited with flue greatest care and judgment The weather forecasts which proceed each mouth aro u special feature and were prepared by an astronomer of one of tIm must timed Universities The Garden Pointers which appear under each month are of special value to boulherii farmers null gardeners as they were prepaied by Prof Massey who has charge of tIme Government Experiment Station in North Carolina The historical events of each day of the year are indicated and are of spe cial interest as the lutes of all tho important events of the SpanishAmeri can war ate accurately given eryjmperiorThe Almanac is published each year PlantersOhlIlegimhatordealers In medicines anti all of our readers will doubtlofs bo able to secure copyREGENRON COMPLETE BLISS If Os rue Great RCI teat wu SQ FRftNC z r yIi wwbln cny r ii Sfr llt IhlilOKfo irmtUHrt It tv Int1 lacuremeet vijillcalt two ul wiifn Skl4iy issIIyAoru1 niuf t2la va 1 mm win n- eiln tHrfr Jwt iiwiiljoo1 sl niil Utn will tttnrt tatrl1launrllctIlUr t DopondatKmorkmatcfHTinnnil ld tintoi wblcii nnflw oils Ji tutnosc etuiy or WU h l CU IXC rofoes ntone toUts root ff uv scsthn is wty It TualeIntlsewnrmlthatIre ef Ymiii Mt a ci scions Uloml Purl ttlwttsy ro Ih tow tmt init to iA ttt i j lstioQnl tUrS2IlOi-IJ snZIavia Iokt Rtwm lXr rrfumtdlbCtrciiars flviubJtesS t lie American Office 825CotwiinnJ1ra tiA fa UHtJ twr chmond biPnr Thomas itept21If o o t OOMEIJIIN HS- AlShieriHosira LIVE STOCK SALESMEN 1 A WiSToeK YAK us- CINCINNATI OI Al Our Commission charges are 300 per car for hogs per head for cattle Reference Western German Bank Cincin nati Ohio septTly WantedAn IdeaWho can think aim pie to ratentl Protect nag you wealth Writs JOHN WEDDEltnbRNft CO Patent Atto Washlnnton D IV for theIr 1AO prIze offer andllst ol two hundred luTcnilous Wanted opn oooooitlr4rItir4s4sG4sobosirt 4 1 J PLEASe I LFTRY t 1l I- J CVLL II J I CANDY CATHARTIC I IlOc25c 50c I a ru cu p 5 p eE kML Ring out too old Ring la the new Ring out tlio false Ring ia the true U W 3g to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norwaya DR BELLS PineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy improved by science to a Plcasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTSIBottles Only 25c SOc PlneTarIOIIJInGETIweak tnnn strons Mrs 21 A Uetcalfe PcdncahCr For sale by Perry Thomas successors to W G White oulhern Mutu l Investment C ompuy Of Lexington Kentucky Plan Life Insurance Reversed We Pay While You Live They Pay WhenYou Die OVER S12800000 PAID IN MATURITIES OVER 5000000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS COUPONS MATURED NOVEMBER 1898 Name Address Cost Paid Kate SJrown Lexington Ky 16 50 S 35 74 0 16 50 35 74 E B Warren 14 31 17 Mrs Mary B Hunter t 13 60 29 09 A E Mnyzeck Louisville JO 50 22 25 William D Close Bucknor 1550 83 45 tkookum Gulch Pool Lexington 15 50 33 s5 u K Iri 15 50 3345- It d II 0 15 50 33 4i IIj 15 50 33 45 Geo W Nuckols 15 50 33J Milton Johnson Maysyille 15 50 31 45 Jeff Burns Lexington 12 50 26 69 John It Allu 1250 26 69 J P Moore 12 50 26 69 S V Fry I 13 S 29 02 Dr T O Meredith Burgin I860 eq 02 Gee Yv Fitzgerald Georgetown 13 50 29 02 Mary Hall Lexington 1250 26 G9 J II Bakerf u 1350 2J 02 a u u IS 50 29 02 ITewport News SinportNews Va 13 50 29 re- h i 13 50 2902 u U h 1350 2 02 Snllio Bishop Lecsburg 1250 26 6n J M Alboiz llpU Mont 11 50 21 47 R B hradloyi MacUsmuvhiLe 12 2rG6 B II Hagau Oensboro 1250 F II Norton JLexingtonv 1250 26 Mary haile u 1250 26 69 W ThrelkelU L 11 50 214i Harry ijest NMddetown 1150 24 47- Mtmr1olIs Jingtommj 850 J7I4- Jacut1Khn t Caniden Ark 10 50 22 25 J H linker oxington j i 11 50 24 47 George liohoii llarroJsburg 1050 22 25 Howard Shepherd Loxington 1150 24 17 tt i 11 50 24 47 U it 11 50 24 47- y 1to 11 50 J J Abbihl i Cincinnati Oliio 1150 2147 Bernice Kggleston Lexington 10 50 2 25 F B Mnnn II 10 51 22 25 JollI qlfglJr6 VerahIIes elO 006- C NewpotNetvs Vs 9 50 2006 Jolly It Allen i LOXiicgtbtm 850 1741 J F Jett arruhon 9 50 20 06 J J Council LexingtonIe 8 50 17 ii Q A LitnleU liutte4Mont4 0 50 20 06 Daniel Bbone Club Richmond 9 50 20 06 H i i irti e 950 2O1G E L Kleiderer v Henderson 8 so 17 41 Daniel Swope Lexington 8 50 17 ii FE Johns It 7 5O1500 W AandIAlI helyno h 050 1257 B Fiouvers4 I1atrdncebrg 8 174 Thomas O Bell i J iiarrodsburg 8 50 liH D Gray Falconer Lexington 7 5t 16 00 7 T Brovles Louisvilles 75Q 15 00 Mrs G R Allen Ohicagb m 750 1600 Ed Kuiio Lexingioni J 6 50 J2 57 Mark Stevens a50 1257 Cumberland Club Somerset 50 125 Miss Anna Knoble u oc6 O 125 PWKesbitt Madisonvilie1 6c5O 1217 F J Eichenberger t Chicago ill 0 50 12 57 Good Co Lexington 53 50i 15300 W F White Estato 15350 153 00 M Finch P 51 50 147 00 WD Finch Danville 1 52 50 J50 00 L N 1 Grief Louisville 1 j 52 50 15000 L U Mi ward Loxington j tr 52 15050 Jean MeIver LoUi8lII ific 51 50 14710 FHXirtbn Lexitmgtiimm lIN t 6050 h4 00 B A Good 505I 14400 IiDBGoodV 4950 14100 RFJQhniol 1laltimoreitIuI 4t5O 123 00 J I Lexington1 bji 4f5t Ito DrAPraylor W 4650 j35 00 W Aiidersofl arid wiftvi t 4750 135 00 John L Fislier Louisvillb i7 5ti 13500 UrS IjfStovtnson QlncuJtoI1k 47so 135 c- xDrtDialdasn lctxhimgton 1irni W12fi Ot- A 11 N tiOu iiYi 46 fl lU2 Ilf84s Adailis t 6 60IlE211U J M Ketn6 JuiuethsiiCjy j1rro 12u W- J TilIJer DuniI1 4 ojI 00- Aiimmtrommglr Ltixhufiui H 5i JU IJ- MASliutotm t1Ic I 1511 10I WJ 1kijiomi r fi 41Qtl r lU tK- 1W1 Olaerfllutl i r 4 riJO LI Jl i J n Total gf v v 1i tL Jp hi45e4iiJ5lU Profit Over Cost J i ort 3uIi Urij T n lfg FULL INFOR51AiONADDlESS tSA MbltTJ j OWMi I iir f SU1iV54- =mi L T MiljIQX iII i rM U1 LtJi J iJ j111 jj h O f ltl I l I HOliDAY r SH ING S u r c i IF Y U ARB UN B IDBD Ts1 MAD1 EASY as to what to for Christmas 11tpleaseshow you many things that willcsurprise you Come and be coil viiKedand do not take our woitl t for anything We quote no fbouslr low iyprices but OUI mm IS to please our customers t both in PRICE AND QUALITY i5 +++++ +++ +++++ t+ H t++++ + +++ i Rockers icI+ OO Desks wt I Porlor Cabinet- stDressneTobIes If And many other nice and attractive rticles such found in irteIasas are oniy a Furniture Store A1I e e aTe c T MOOW wro cheat a customer is to kill business Permanent profit can only come from At wsatIsfied repaireverypossiblemistakcyoulsasA1ltfJ We will thank any customer to tell usc i 4how to improve our service e Tall talk and small performance may go ait for awhile but they bring ultimate disaster tIfyou can tell us how to serve you better we shall obey the hint There is no demand a customer can make fit of this store that we will not grant n 61A We alvays try to be polite and attentive t WE ARE THE OLD AND RELIABLE HUM 1t BIGGfRSTArF OLOHAM ir DAY TELEPHONE 76 NIGHT TELEPHONE 87 ladison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMKS T HAMILTON PKOPRIETOOR Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite r Mfff +44fM + FINE WORK R SPECIALTY ++++ ++++t+++ Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at thp old staiHlJH the rear of time M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on band a large stock of finished work to select from at prices to feuit all classes of CeIltralKentnckyin every phase Parties livinc at a distance should write to us for designs which will be furnished on application K YOUR PATIIONAGH SOLIOITED Jz7ltES D f 7VtL0N proprietor RichmondMarKet Its poor logic to agree that all meats a re alike Our meats are the best We kill first class cattjetis w We iSve aIwaysjoyedag olsmreT 1 Richmonds patronage Those that have not favorer pastIus tTal prdthoir3Elw MUTTON PORK and t1ith MKATS ure not excelled by any market PresH Ftsli KecievedDailyH H 4 + +4 tt3f4 + 44 +4444 fO l LettuceRadiiii Isoifcjts coelksuaucot Mmfl f t fi1 i 1W 1 wQn85 1tVW Mackey eLMi1 Xn St i iIIro R ripJ 1rVJR0lQLf 5Iimu ItltuiuiutiitE ilMtiwtmukl Pftf ted wtt1 theItestlremsuhSiti ntsrtltPti aiirpnnpVvirj jiithoiil ritm Madison M1iHMJ esla t4t f44lb 45Ss 1 lit id4i istoiimty T itllI 1 HI ila ztkl Ii PYftftt ht4etLt ijI t i a 1 Z1 a aa c