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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r = c r r rTh r Tr r= r TilEt RICHMOND CLIMAXf IVOLUl1E25 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 11 1899 NUMBER 32 PIeascI = IMCALLI E NONE DETTER AT ANY PRICE CiT These naurrnl are mild in nearly tE rvrrv and town in the Vititcd Suitdcrdoi no keel them d iirr to uv One crnt received 2 pointE = = 13810 U6W l4IhStreetUcwyo- kBnrn omrrs 3 adE 2 2 IMSCALlS 81 IIVI LaiIE Brightest Magazine Published S 5 Contains Dcautiful Colored Plates 5S Illustrates Latest Patterns Fash Sj Ions Work 3fgefl and for thu marallne inei ery lohy Ikautilul premiums for a Iiugc work rite for terms and other partlC Swripjn onl Oe per Car Kludin a FKUK Iaurra s AlldlUla TilE JcCJLL CO = 138 to 146 W 14th St New York twmImmwwI11Jp2uwwtt- CTIVE SOLICITOUS WANTED EVERY Philippinesbyernment as Official Historian to the War De partment The book was written in army comps at San Francisco cn the Pacific with General Merritt in the hospitals at Honolulu In lions Kong in the American trenches at Manila In the Insurgent eams with Apil jalilo on the deck of Olympia with Dewey and in the roar of battle at the full of Manila vieture5profllsFreiunolllcial war books Outfit free Address fudgeChicago PROFESSIONAL CARDS AroflTE RW MILLER ATTORMETATLAW RICHMOND KKxrccrr Office In the Burnara Building next door to Armers National Bank fcb3ly JA SI7IJIJrSTATArronxEYA RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Taylors Hardware store op posite Court House on Main Street II B HOGG ATTOflNJY AT LAM RIChMOND KENTUCKY Office No 13 First St upstairs 3130 J 0 D M OHENAULT TTOKNEYK A T I111 RICHMOND KKNTUCKY Office on Seconl street over Chen aults grocery PHYSICIANS DR HIt GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe CcJTni building i8 and so Sec ond Street over WmTe old drucitore CHAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary Colltgr Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty WOfflce up stairs over store recently accu Richmond Harness Co Bast Main SU Uiehmond Ky pr7ly JL C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Oflice Collins Huildinc MainStreet Telephone nt resilience Brosidway- jRiciiMOsn the Unrr PlACe on KENTUCKY W EVANS M D G PHYSICIAN Aim SDKGEON RICHMOND KKNTUCKY DR T J TAYLOilIr- actitwner irl Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY BOfflco and residence on Second Street DENTAL STHieSIl Dr h t otSQ DEMTIST or LOCISNILLZ KY irsOfflce next door to Government BuIldInB lUchmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 novl7ly Four nice rooms for rent Call at Dental Office of Dr Hob son next door to postoffice rjR FRED SMITH DENTIST Office over Co11ln Grocery same office lately occupied by Dr W W Burfrin janHly OR JC MORGAN DENTIST airOffice over Madison national DaJ1i Ky jly61y Or Louis L links No fiE West NInth street Cincinnati Ohio will be at ilr J B Willis Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JANUARY UK IN returnIng everyl econd Wednesday o each month Of Etch znond KyfeblCly Dr R Goldstein Of No Ml FonrtU AVenue Loulwlllc Ky wIt bo at the Hotel GlTudbn RUUmoail Ky jw Wednesday January 25 1889 nclurnlnsonedayJnicBch month Eyes ex cmincd and glasses jcichtlflcally adjusted octly KENTUCKY LfilVERSTf- E III WVE ftttij tt Le1iagoB EBABY BIBLE MEDICAL AND COM MEUOIAL COLLEGES Tuition ftr and Ethic Coarse I22n year Jtnre than twentyte1cbers 10000 ltymDtUlum yhpusantlor alumni Hoolld and munti welfare f ttudtutg reJclve ipeclnl attention to boUt lf4Qtllloaues addresi UK Tioaldcnt Jly27U o fftv lSOUR IVOOCS AND VICINITY By GOT Ed BrownJ As I gave an cnuslon of tlicSlaslica m a letter to ilio CLIMAX some liuie since and I perceived it was relished Iud appreciated by the reading public I will now proceed to give an account of the section called the Sour Woods This section with its cnvironmonls is in the eastern part of the county com mencing where the Slashes end and extends to the Estill county line some five or sitidies in width aud ten or twelve in length from Noith to South It contains the villages of Doylesvillu TJniui Urookstown College Hill By bectoun WHCO Elliston and Sloberley I do uot Imo why it is dubbed by this name unless it is the sourness of the flowers grass fruit and trees The people appear to be as pleasant as any in the county so it is not on the ac count of the people I suppose some of the people lire lIS sweet as sugar or Masses especially the girls One of the principal creeks of the county is in this section Muddy Creek I do not know why it was called by this epithet unless it was on account of its muddy water This section has been very fortunate in the electing of its candidates for oflico many of them have sucked the public teats a long time and have become by this time quite a lot of tiuckur- sVOYIHSVILIIs In tho extreme Northern part near tho Kentucky river It is not as woll known as the other tuwns named as it doos not lie on the route of general public travel Tho country surrounding is somowhai tchoolIThis section is very proliefic for cedar trees We got our telephone and tele graph pole from here This is the for mur hqine of the well known Koland boyB UNION CITYIs a nice little village It has a Christain church and n Baptist church a good school house George Nomad Uonio JJruce and the Mc Ivimioy JJros are the merchants The county Infirmary is located near this place Somo of our best citizens urn From this section For instance ex County Judge John Chenault Attorney Dan Chonault Thomas Chenault Professor Jessie Harris Dr John AV Harris ex Postmaster William Powell Frank Golden better known as Bruis or who used to be quite a politician of that section- UEOOXSTOW2IS a very small viI lago It has a Christain church also a good school This section was the former home of several of our citizins French Tipton Jerry Powell Charley Powell and Caley Shearer The latter was ono of tho boys who wore the blue aud went to help put the Spaniards through that is with bullets Sam Toiid and Rufus McCord are the prin cipal farmers Air McCord is one of tho landed proprietors of the county Ho is tho lanrest freeholder of that sec thou The McCord family is one of the oldest families in the county COLIKOE IIILLI8 called hy that name on account of its bt in located onjiigh ground anti being fruin vuro n seat of learning It has two Mplhndist i hllr hrs ono North ono South i it has also a good school William lIlJer anti Alexander Miller are the merchants Pate Adams owns one of the largest nurseries Intho county Some of our lee C hm I Wc know of nothing better to tear the lining of your throat and lungs It is better than wet feet to cause bronchitis pneumonia Only keepmdI up long enough and you- wih sueccedinreducingyour weight losing your appetite trining on a slow fever and making everything exactly right lor the gcnns of con sumption IE Stop coughing end you will get well LCrc1 peeltrill 7- f cures coughs of every kind An o inlrycou h dissp i pears 10 a tnge The tI racking coughs of bronchitisI ere soon I tsred And if not too far j along the coughs of con I 5umptEOn uc completely scared I Ask your rut for one of uDr Ayrs i Cherry Pectoral i j ia5tcicI- t will cd tha action of the Ccr71COrl t iiI rrrcaaanP tsri1 eolrothv zeotl air ot UI obtla us tr4 0vlEresie- artst 11141 1M ialIw pl grtot lttWCil iS g i z LAI BAKINO POWDER 45LUTELY PURE Makes the food more delicious and wholesomeI ghd citizens are lam tbu section es Sheriff Natli l ntu mo Ivrnr lathorago and the Ad ins linithcip Near this jilncu is oc at til Cane Springs Meeting Hntisu It has been a favorite place for years for tin baptists to hold their associations Near this place lire huge sand banks from which our contractors draw their supplies Ally Adallip a noted personage of that section huns bowl one of the principal factors in supplying I lii demand Though tin people of thispfCtinn have no mpnied banks they have that which answers nearly as well larue sand bank UYBEETOWN Is in the extreme southern end not for from the Estill line It has a good school church store and a pottery VcoliJ located on the Richmond and Irvine turnpike It has a fine steam grist mill The merchants are Chas Kcarcy Roe Lackey and Dennis Taylor Mr Searcy is one of the prominent men of the cOunt havlnJ8oreli- n term in the legislature Some of our best citizens are from this section The large DouglasfamilycxMayorThomas Coviugtou Kit Covingion exCounty Clerk Thomas Thorpe Staut m Thorpe our present Circuit Clerk James Lackey our jailor oxJailor John Wagerp One of the oldest industries in the county is located lucre The Waco Pottery Works If the people of Waco have no money banks they have largo banks of potters clay and if it WaR developed it would be a source of great revenue to those people Flat woods meeting house is near this place It is a great place for revivals ELLISTOX Is near Waco a half mile west It is located on Muddy Creek It has a good school Baptist church and a good grist mill run by steam or water One of our former citizens David Chenault Jr operates it We wonder if David decusses religion anti Bjxteontoone as much its ho did in the city Sixteen to one is a good thing sixteen ounces to the one pound This was the home of Thomas Ellis and was named after him Near this place are the artesian wells sunk by n J Clay Co for oil or gas They struck neither only dirt ami rock They sunk a good deal of moiioy in the hole They hud the hag to hold and their cud to chew- 3oIIEItLEYIs one mile west of El liston It is a station on the Ii N I B railroad It is one of the largestfchip ping points on the road outside of Rich mond William Combs the efficient agent is our county Representative to the general assembly May he ever be Sic Semjitr Tyrannit This was the former home of the ancestors of Neville Moberley of this city Our efficient county school commissioner Wagers is from this section Allen and Joe Deatherage arc two of tho largest farmers of this suction- I have often heard it said that it is haul to buck up against Sourwoods candidate if ono expects to bo elected Though your name is Sourwood Your honeys Sweet and good And your maidens are as lair As tho fairest in the lard And your men they arc brave As the bravest in the land And your people are as goods the goodest any where IIIMIIVI red by a Woman Another great discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this country Disease fastened its clutches upon liar and fur seven years site with stood its severest tests but her vital or gaits were undermined antI leathfcecmed tiiiininuil 1Vr tiiitc ioIi hat she cuugliO t iiCrst IV and iviiiI lIo- tblltJI tii liiniy t Ihrci a av to recovery by inncliutii f H tattle of Dr Kings New Discovery lor Consump loll and was so much relieved on taking first dose that she slept all night and with two bOttles huts been absolutely cured 101 Dllne Is Mrs Luther Lutz Ihits writes W C Hainnick Co of Shelby Nrilll bottles free at lerry it Thomss Dnig Store Succes SOlS to W U White Regular size 50c and 100 everyhuottic guaranteed 4 The CommercialTribune intimates very pointedly that William Uosbel is ti Kepubljean degenerate and that he Ueserted the faith of his father and brothers in order to secure olllce at the hands of the Democrats on the Kentnukv aide Of the Ohio river Tatiiagraph In order to tecuro what Tip The idea of you throwing thud at a degenerate What Shall wo A seriousand dangerous diehso pre mils in this country dangerous be cause so deceptive It comes on so slowly yej surely that it ia often firmly seated before we are aware of it The name of this disease which inav he divided into three distinct stages is First Kidney trouble indicated by pain in the baekrheumatisinlumhago frequent desire to urinate often with a durningen ationtho flow of uiinobo jug copious or acant with strong odor HallowEd to ailvance this reaches the Second stage or liladdor trouble with heavy pain in the abdomen low down between tho navel and the water passage increasing dcsiru to urinate with a scalding1 sensation in pa bing small qualities hu ing pasfed with dim culty sonietiiiiiiJ InciHimry to draw with iri8ttumuuts lf nrlciuldTrgravul has formed it wiiT JiruVg lanjerous if neglected J1 Tlifrtl Kfago Is rYhtrlI tae Jhyuti comfort in knu Tiitthiit Dr giuvt jifdney fiifd bluddrJr speciuHftt hiid discovered ii llouiody fimouijf0r its marvelous cures of the most dlfetrOssUlg CU I and known as Dr K DlerSlinjlin It Ii soul by all trIWJt tsIAs a proof of the Wondorful vii tizes of this great discovery SwjimpIlootj a6aiiiplcLt ottlu fliid book of valuable inforinatiou will le hunt absohneiy free byihail on application to Dr Kil iher cCql51nghajntonj N Y WliPn writlngliiKdly nietitiou that you reud this liberal H Ccr Jit Iiie JfcUiriond L11i + flrrT l AK EVEKI3G Or HIIItiESSI Tiiesuccosiftil labors of tho Sunday scluiol conducted at Concord school house closed their years work with a Jongbefurowas packed with happy children anti friends eager aunt expectant of what old Santa would bring them At a glen signal the organ pealed forth its joyous in iiUhristmaH anthem beauti ful rendered by Mrs Preston Hub bard assisted bv Miss Tommie La peg after which the Snpt Mr Chas iValler inado a brief address appropriate to the occasion anti had a prayer after which another joyous song was rendered Then came forth Old santa in the personage of the faithful and effl cient Sec and Treas llr Preston Hubbart To say that he did justice to that Northern and much worshiped eoveiign would be doing him justIc His splendid address together with his constant flow of wIt and huniorthrough out the entire presentation of the gifts both amused and highly delighted tho audience The tree was loaded with valuable useful and beautiful presents beautifully aud artistically arranged amid waxen tapers whose twinkling sparkling light so enchanted the scone that one imagined lie was viewing some fairy land Among the many valuable presents there was one worthy of special mention It was a beautiful lamp presented to Mr Chins Waller by his Bible class At the close Old Santa presented special prizes to Misses Lure Ellison aud Eva Rainy for best lessons and most faithful attendance The tree aside from the presents put on by friends was a gift to the Sunday school from that most estimable Christian lady Mrs Sam Barnes whose untiring efforts assisted by other good people of that vicinity have made the Sunday school a grand success Altogether the occasion was one long to be remem beret by many happy hearts several of whom have but recently learned to love and obey tho Savoir and were thereby made the happy recipients of that precious promise of a bright aud shinning crown The Sunday school adjourned to meet again the first Sun day in April next hilarious News Comes from Dr D B Cargile of Whashito I T He writes Four bottles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which had caused her great suffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her head and face and the best doctors could give no l lpibuther CUre is complete and he health is excellent This shows what thousands have proved that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known Its the supreme remedy for eczema tetter nJIbowels expels poisons helps digestion builKs up the strength Only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist Guaranteed 4 Col W J Wilmore chairman of the 8th Congressional district Republican committee was in Cincinnati this week when he did a good deal of talk hug with his mouth says the Stanford Journal Among other things he said that Collector Yerkes would not be a candidate for governor nor would Auditor Stone The former dont want the nomination and the latter trains with Hunter crowd who will put up Attorney General Taylor the brains of that wing of the party the event that internal Revenue Commissioner Scott is elected U S Senator from West Vir ginia Mr Stone will apply for his place The Democrats are dead sure to nominate Gocbcl and no matter whether Gilbert is seated or turned down he will never be nominated for Congress again McCreary will be the next man beyond peradventure Al though this is a good deal for one small man to Know it is not all that Col Wilmorc gave out but it mustsuf lIce until we have more space at our command Mr S A Fackler Editor of the Micanopy Flu Hustler with his wife and children suffered terribly froth La Grippe One Minute Cough Cure was tile only remedy that help them It acted quickly Thousands of other USA this remedy as a specific for La Grippe and its exhausting after effects Douglas Wells Gov MacCorkles Endorsement Ion W A aincCorklr ExGov of West Virginia adds liEs union to the lung lIt or Btattiiuiu licnetltcil l y PcrnnaIIo heartIly recommends 1crnna as a ca tarrh remedy nail tonic I tL lIon W A MAcCprtKu- EiCor cl Weil Virginia D11811SPOEETIn315xaYour Pcruna as a tonic is certainly unexcelled anti in a number of eases that have come under my observation where it has been used for catarrh or any disease which has its origin in that malady it has been of great benefit Pc runiv lisa my hearty reco3imeoaat5oar both as a tonic and catarrh rjjnicdy W A MACCORKJ Pcruna is a permanent jind sciea tiSo cure lor catarrh It is parcly yegtsUible and sorka IR har y wit atnra driagglM Mu W y r I cuJ 3jj p WHY Why isnt a wrinkle n nick of time Why Isnt a pony of brandy a fiery steed Why are beads of perspiration Ihe jewels of toil Why does the walking delegate usu ally ride ina parlor car Why does a man like to bo mistaken for more than ho really M Why does a law suit iiivurnbly wear out nt the pockets lint Why tihoiililnt a whcilliarrow come under the heiul ofyunleiv iruuii Why are the atruirs of others always so interesting to most people Why isnt it Kupen titioiii to pick np pins at the eiui of a howling alley l Why would tIm avorulgo Ulan rnther be charged with malice than with mak ing a blunder Why does the Ulan who reiterates with emphasis t lint he will never do a thing always do it if you gIve lilin tune enough The EiiullfSt things may oxert tho greatest influpuco Do Witt little Early Risers are unequalled for over coining constipation unit liver troubles Small pill best pill sure pill Doug las Wells If n man were to leap its far in pro portion to his size as a flea ho could jump seventynix mills Coughing injures and inflames sore lungs One Minute Cough Cure loosens the cold allays couching and heals quickly The best euro for children Douglas Wells It requires over 300000 a year to run the Crystal Palace in London and it barely pays itself Horrible agony is caused by Piles Burns and Skin Diseases These are immediately relieved und quickly cured by De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Be DouglasA writer in a London tailoring maga zine complains that tailors themselves are seldom well dressed Some butterflies have as many as 20 000 distinct eyes 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE Imm1WTRADE MARKS COPYRIGHTS c gtnTentfontlonsetrlctJrconfldential Ilandtxwkon Intcnts sent free Oldest opener for securtnirpatentK votpedalSaentific Jliiiericam circulationyear tour months tL Sold by all newsdmlen YorkCrouch28fl HEATING STOVES MOST HEN EGGS t + + + + LOOK ALIKE ++ + + 4 But 0 What a Difference in The Taste Some stoves slightly resemble t- heRadiant Dome Air= Blast But 0 what a difference in the morning Then comes repentance with the dawning If it is not a Radiant Home Satisfaction has not come And icicles adorn your dwelling In the morning ECOOMYj Ra int Bom- BAirBlast HQ hr JS P- ODVBIAa11 boUa 0Stae t 1c Sucecssors to ShackeUord ctt7- Rie1od Ktncky L = ilur 110 I t IwMLarest Stock I flow est Prices onMain1 btr llandsumestJevelrrcrTlihLOWEST PRICES This stock IncludesA6Silver ani Cut Glass Novelties And Everylhiiig Kept ill a C FirstClass Jewelry Store DIAMONDS WATCHES CLOCKSI I WSn lnl prices made on Wedding Presents s I Inrile all my old friends and as many new ones as want honest tt t values and courteous treatment to come Und examine my BtockljW Clocks and Watches Repaired on short not- iceARMER9==The Jeweler It Bqt Bu q Rctmo AaJicKCci J J= JLr IMY SUFFER LOONY guaranteedtoNo Knifo Ho Interruption of Business I The first treatment relief It has youMRmerchant politician chief of tho Chattanooga sire Department says IandAfter years of suTerintr DONS PILE Ol NTM EN T was rca to rne The ute of one box effected a permanent cure voluntarily give you this statement hoping it will be the means of bringing jour wonderful remedy to the attention of others suf fering with 100 Prepaid to any Address DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOGA TENN m octl7 rGthep of satsfytlOne make of Piano mavhaYG one another two another three i properties rifi I- icIiano i Ha ticni all La ianoiom conbiaaMoa Ageitsin mxt til cities ycajFt tjlC 11ang36m 2Jlo- rt CruCAJoa Jullap iului 4iaa rust sest WHAT II IIIThtrMTYWe have our opinion but we dont propose to give it for and until we get our price well keep it to But we give free advise on Footwearwhere to get it how to keep it how to wear it and when to wear it We fit you perfectly frje of charge also All we charge you for is the shoes we sell you and then we sell you for 300 and 400 as good a hoe as you are in the habit of paying 500 and 600 for If you will call and see us we will convince you Freeman BrosNo 3 FIRST STREET M 1 cfJ LJp piJR S- 9ROD TABLEII r 3iroeM t i t during ISn111 be devoted Fiction Travel tnd Sport and will be the fbest allaround boys par published ei TWO SERIAL STORIES Forward March Cy KIRK MUKKOE Iis a story eta young hero with Roose velts Rough Riders SOME SHORT STORmS SCOUTING By1lcPrALoBui ON THE PLAINS WOLVES vs DISCIPLINE ny HENRV W IriMiit A DANDY AT IllS BEST- ByJfUANIULril ITHE RESCUE 3EDWAY UlIsoin SCARES FIGHTER ALASKAN TABLE STAMPS W Co = i SHALL nothing ourselves ItinFrederick the Great AN SUIPSIHy GmNGft1 WAISII BINE- Ily CIIAHUPI lAXMIS THE KINGS TBEASUnESHIP- Hjr KtClNALD GOUKMV STORIES OF THE stories are founded fact In many cues are the actual capon r i ence of tle authors 1 OF MAnTti A By WJJlKNBtHSCW r Hamilton CRUISINGWLTH DEWE- YUyjyWSTOXK BILLYidFBATTESY qflGATbaiL A WAR CORR rPONDE lrrA lAT i tJWITllCA1 I Sir KLrtaiut C IUNSOMB r ARTICLES ONS ORT AND TRAVEt These articles will hiolustsFISHERMAN fly MCJEHOMI ART O FLYFISHINO DyE KT TREETOP CLUBKOUSEl By DAN TH EDCTOKS AND COINS to Gavin By t EXCHANGE OF THE GUNSHOT t NVAR These on und f 1 1 lIr L ARCTIC WAYFARERS i llyrc4oAsTWOFOOTED FIGCRESKATING Ily V G ysT SuVrqu BICYCLE POLO Jljr SLGoxirurr TUB CAMERA CLB PROBLHMS ANUWJZatEA Aflli1rectlcaeatioaat4m nthtn telibUIlttuiF ie tn ia cpp caIathIOi dIs HARPUR a HIOTtE tdt4tteta ev NJiWJinr 111n 1i1 1 G Wj Jf r X IeIxeIXerr2 IAI Ihf The I flTrue 2 It zrz7 i7Z7Z7z t MANNERS MAKES TIlE MAN i MIND MAICEs THE MAN HOME MAKES THE j lLfNW1 IDj mB 2- mlliiDi1 I and if you decide that Home makes the man1let us help iyou make the home Our house furnishings are helpers to happy homes Our noods l leLb4t is kf j judgmentthilt ci something that will adorn your homemaketJit brighter and more chieerftil a peep at my handsome line o- fBedroom iIs Suites jo avMahogp1 BedsrExtension and Center Tables Odd Dressers Chilfoniers Parlor Cabinet Book Cases Hat Racks Etc Etc rs There is also on display in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever wbrought to Richmond ei1My IoquetteRoxberry f Ifi V be excelled A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and t cityClothes1Smyrna andWilton Rugs are also attract ive additions to our business If are a lover of beauty it will pay you to Jcall and my line of Framed Pictures Me dallionslc We also make a specialty of framing pictures f i chargeofind funeral director Ib will pay you to hzcall on me before purchasing your Christ mas presents f SI NEVILLE MOBERLEYI ii Successor to J S Collins j zaNlGHT PHONE S3CJ Advance Advertiseniesit 2 WATCH THIS EVERY WEEKNext week forlOotsBargnsthispanes rJr The Maine Commission Co Dry Goods Notions and other articles Re member the name when in doubt ManagerCOKKY REPAIRING AND TIMEINO FINE A SPECIALTY WATCHESAll Work Guaranteed I L E LANE JE ELER OPTIOIA 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY 1ooTouWhite 6ibsons Store tdi 0 i POR f Jfl Dress Goods j aFor all the new and i I to date Dress Goods 1dj lhleludlug the I1CW COV 1eiLs liagonals crc pous Ettimines etc cant4Jackets Cellars i Wlareiks1 A new line of Ladies A taylor made Jackets1 latest cut and color jugs also a special lot directLbuyiugfrom s Dress Trimmings M p The plain Dress Goods of this seasrn require fancy braids allhhenovelties nouveautes o Hercules serpetines 1 etc SeetheiQI tru l mings f SILKS I SILKS I Kowitn else will you find more iuveltieq than here We live III the now Tnlfetaij in Plaids Hi ripw Clucks onilro j elTnvU mimi plain all tire bcu tlSjVe are alsi Agents fartBuHcnvicks Patterns U IQ ii 4Whitea1iI Gibsor 1 4MAIN S11Ei r liIClfMN1 KY 1F c I u The Richmond Climax JCH8VAULTpruprktorzanditorz C B WOODS Associate Editor WEDNESDAY JAN 11 1899 PUBLISH KD KVEBY WICDNESUAT BY The Climax Printing Co PKICK PER YEAR 150 ANNOUNCEMENT FOR AUDITOR We are authorized to announce JOHN B GHENAULT of Madison county a candidate for the office of State Auditor to the action of the Democratic State Convention Gmu LEE seems to be receiving a large supply of embalmed cold shoulder from the administration A large number of expansionist are seemingly forgetful that they are en gagod in punching holes in the protec tive tariff wall IN tho North Carolina Legislature a resolution declaring the golden rod the state flower was fubledone member say jug North Carolina wants to got from under the golden roJ and I favor tho silver slipper as our flower UBXI MILKS is the right man to prove rottenness in more departments thau tho commissary nud we hope no amount of bluffing will deter him from showing up the grounds of complaint mndo by our uninlluential private soldiers Win not appoint Shatter rs minister to Russia The czar with his disarma mont idea would doubtless be happy to receive a soldier who is capable of remaining six miles behind the firing line and reaping all the honors without drawing sword or firing a shot IN two years the money circulating in the United States has increased 150000000 or approximately 500000 has boon added curing every day for that poriodBJiys an enthusiastic Repub lican exchange that had gotton hold of a quarter of a d01larStanford- Journal AND wo are asked now to widen tho sphere of this class of statesmen by giving them a chance to rob the Fili pinos Heaven pity those poor people The Spaniard took what was in sight hut the expansionist with his bond jobber enters the of the future mill plasters his mortgage on remote generations Altgeld Omaha speech IF it were not for tho railroads the courts generally and especially the court of appeals would have very little to do More than half of the cases ap parently before the latter court affect railroads judging by the daily reports Judgp Mike Saufley used to say that there were two sorts of defendants who iifver get justice railroads and Ne groes Stanford Journal- CINfluJSSMAN DAVISOX is contest ing Mr Gilberts election to Congress through pure uuesedness Gilbert beat liiin fairly and snuarclynnd should have tlioseat without contest The Richmond Pantograph other truly good Re publican sheets that applaud Mordecai Williams decision not to trouble Mr Pugli should be consistent enough to call off the old grey goose from Lin coln Cynthiana Democrat SAM KASII the Manchester politician must be a hades of a follow Ho is hardly oft with ono charge of seduc tion before he is on with another This time his alleged victim is the 15 year old daughter of Representative liivc Voods of Clay Owsleyand Jack soil and her father has sued him for litiKi damages Tim Louisville Times calls him the mountain Billy Goat but wo suggest that it alter either tho name or till man It is a reflection on the Lilly Goat Stanford Journal TJIK Kentucky Society of St Louis gave its annual dinner Tuesday oven lug Covers wert laid for two bundled The speukess of tho evening wore into lueed by the President of the society William G lloyd Breckinridgo Jones Soeund Vice President acted as toastmaster The first orator was exGovern or William J Stone who responded to the toast Kentucky As She Was lIe was followed by exGovernor D It Francis on Kentucky As She Is The third of this series of toasts was responded to by oxGovernor Crit widen Kentucky As She Will Do n CJ8rower Co11 LEXINGTON KY IfB 1iIIDill 1Bj llillBO- OID WIDID rafB nIDrD viijITH the closing of tho year eomcs the impulse to look backward ovor the 12 months past and con from the experiences they have brought whatever may be profitable How well we have served you what the store advantages have been we leave for you to My What we have plan ned for the coming twelve months we will call to your attention from time to time Dc ica Pttte r1Xttt roo tt1S Sot k ve NeD Y av- ATiTOKGTHEM anew upto date MANTEL ROOM in which the largest stock and the lowest prices will be combined A Finishing Department Wo havo bought from the Mil ward Company thoir refinishing department engaged their men and arc nkoto make new your old furniture All through this store Improvement is the watch word IN STOCK IN STYLE IN CONSTRUCTION IN SERVICE CFiBrowerCo MAINJANDflBROADWAY LEXIN T N KyC- pU17 WATTERSON GIVEN GOOD AS BE SENT BonnorEbfit of CotaJo k raerei Ito UrJoimal DECLARES ADVICE IS CHEAP New Man in the West Says Last Campaign Issues Are Alive Special to the CLIMAX Denver Col January 7Tho annual celebration of Jackson Day was held by tho Jacksoniau Club at Weirs hall tonight several hundred members of the club and their guests being present The principal event of the evening was an address by Governorelect Chas S Thomas of Colorado who in the onrse of his address replied to there cent editorial of Henry Watterson in the Louisville CourierJournal in which the latter suggested that Admi ral Dewey and General Ftzhugh Lee be made the Democratic nominees for 1900 with tho platform The Stars and Stripes God Bless Them Governor Thomas said in part Bourbon density is said to be proverbial It polarizes in the political atmosphere of gold Democracy which boldly assumes that time national organization is ready to toss tho reins from the drivers box to those whom tho vehicle but yes day ran over Old horse sense sitting in the seeker is dilapidated when it asserts either that the economic issues of the last cam paign are obsolete or that the leadership of that time is not the leadership of 1899 It may be that in 1000 Democ racy will find inspiration in the name of tho great Admiral it may be that the events of the ensuing period will point to him as to its logical candidates it may be that General Lee or some other conspicuous fighter will stand as his as- sOciate but these conditions must come if at all not that the bolters of 1890 may be persuaded to return not that their views or opinions must be accepted but that through such leader ship time principles of the Chicago plat form may be enduring But if it bo true that the political platforms are formulated by political hypocrites and predestined to abandonment and that Democracys sole pledge for 1900 should be Tho Stars and Stripes God DIes Them what assurance can wo give that any pledge involved even in such a catchpraise will not be disre garded 1 If we have lost all the devotion to our party principles and our political duty is performed by resorting to any device which promises victory it were better to adopt Colonel Sellers plat form and go In for tho old flag and an appropriationThis some political meaning and in sentiment it is fully equal to its moro graceful but not less attractive Wattersonian imitation Weare warned that tho Republican leaders are not going to handicap themselves with any ancient party rubbish Hence it is argued that wo should not only imitate but surpass thorn in our desertion of party princIples We are told that at the opportune moment McKInley and Wheeler will march down to the foot lights to the tune of The Laud We Love or words to that effect If national politics have descend ed to the song and Inline level of negro minstrelsy one set of end men will serve as well as another We are not concerned what are the names of tho performers if the song and jig be satisfactory Indeed if an attitude is to bo as sumed by the Republican party in 1000 wo should scorn the suggeStion that we imitate Lot us stand by our colors well knowing that if we are right defeat shall be turned into victory and if we are wrong possibly they will give us the credit for time sincerity of our conviction Wo arc not to be diyerted from the real issue of the enemy in the open or the enemyin disguise The Issue of free silver may be relegated to the limbo ol business shades but it will not bo consigned there bv time wishes or the asser tions of those who fear or who condemn it The men to whose keeping the for tunes of our party were committed by its last convention bcllove that its declarations mean something They do not estimate its principles by the changing currents of public sentiment or the shifting standards of expediency They are building not for a day or a generation but for all time To them the defeat in 1900 means delay but not defeatWe welcome to our ranks all who believe with us without regard to past affiliations To such the right hand of fellowship Shall be extended We also invite the return of those who led us astray in other days and abandoned us when we essayed to return but those should come in sack cloth and servo their day of probation Time purple of authority and feast of time fatted calf are not for the prodigal sons of Democ racy When works meetfor repentance hayo been performed and duo atonement in tho ranks have been made time deserters of 96 mayagain aspire to the seats of the proplict aud the lawgiver Until then the faithful only shouldbo rewarded with authority THE Free Press Is welcomed to our table and Gen Forrester ought to have the support of every citizen in Louis yule inhis surgical operations on tho diseased body politic of the Beargrass CapitaL The second issue has reached us and it was up to the standard set by this model writer and daring Icono clast Success to you General and- mityvourgood uwottl uever typ drawn in a IOM holy war The monopolist and time speculator prosper but the masses wither Men of moderate fortunes and of fair in come who were time bulwark of the republic are slowly but surely being wiped out We are being reduced to two classes in tIre first stage these will bo known as flie very rich and the moderately poor and in the second stage as the masters and the slaves Wo have established a moneyed aristo cracy and are now fastening a yoke on posterity A standing army is to be enthroned and bayonet argument is to govern Altgelds Omaha speech TIll Cincinnati CommercialTrib une in a fit over President McKInley exclaimsHe a marvelous man and one of the grandest gifts to the human race since the birth of time lowly Nazarene at Bethlehem 2000 years ago Mack is indeed a great gift The human race had a hard old time getting alone until he was given And to think the presentation might never had been made liad it not been for Mark Hannah Still candor compels the admission there were a few others between Mark and the lowly Nazarene The Presi dent however has the power of per forming wonderful miracles He has opened the eyes of the blind Even Henry Watterson can see a little bit Cynthiana Democrat MANY mistakes have been made butnoonecan honestly say thattlie Sun has ever published a line thatJjrought an unnecessary pang to those in trouble or distress or that tended to degrade or injure a solitary reader Possibly it has not exercised that vigorous censorship which is expected from a modern newspaper and has very likely allowed many guilty to go nnwliipned of justice so far as being pilloried in print was concerned No doubt too it has some times given greater praise than was perimapsthepretentionsjournals No more truthful tribute could be paid tIme Woodford Sun none more to be desired than the above The Sun has just passed its thirtieth birthday and we rejoice with tho Messrs Bow mar upon their clean courageous con duct of their excellent paper Two lieutenants of time Fourth Kentucky have asked us to whom we referred in our recent stricturcrs upon highsalaried lowbred civilian ofll cers who are holding on to their army jobs Had we Intended the criticism for that regiment particularly we might say the shoe is for those whose toes it pinches But the evil practice is too widespread to apply to any one regiment mores the pity To the in quirers we will say that time charges made by the Private of tile Fourth against some of his officers if true should dnmil them in the eyes of honest folks and we doubt not they will be marked men when they take otf their straps Theres nothing we might say if we wore disposed to make a por sonal matter of it that could compare with the indictment of brutal bump tionsness brought by our soldier cor respondent- COMMENTING upon time oftrepented assertion that the United States Senate is hopelessly lost to Democracy until 1006 an exchange says Time story is now going the rounds that the Republicans are sure to hold the Senate till 1900 The truth is that in 1900 the Legislatures will be elected that in turn elect in 1901 thirty Sena tors seventeen Republicans eleven Democrats one Populist and ono silver Republican Among the gold Repub licans who will go out will bo Wolcott of Colorado linker of Kansas Carter of Montana Elk us oi West Virginia McBride of Oregon Thurston of Ne braska and Cnllom of Illinois If the Democrats carry the necessary number of States to elect a President in 1900 they will have a decided majority in the United States Senate It should bo remembered that among the recent gains made by time Republicans gold Republican Senators were substituted for gold Democratic Senators and in this way there was no loss Democratic triumph in 1900 cirrying with it the Presidency both houses of Congress and a majority of time popular vote will bo a victory worth celebrating And we will celebrate AMONG the candidates nowbefore the people for State olllce there Is none more deserving than John n Chonault of Richmond who aspires to the position of State Auditor nor is there ono so likely to capture time vote of Eastern Kentucky in tho State convention Mr Chenault has always been a Democrat and a wheel horse when it became necessary to pull for the party Ho has never before asked for an office but for years has had an eye on the one he now seeks To that end and that ho might be thoroughly qualified for the duties pertaining to time position he has made a study of State finance and 5u alt tho prerequisites necessary has endeavored to fit himself to fill the po sition with honor to himself and credit to the State That he has done so goes without saying in his home and financial circles and The Herald believing him to be better qualified for that important office titan any man in the State irrespective of party to day an flounces its determination to stand by him uutill the State convention Too many men seek and secure office in this State through sentimental stir roundings What time State needs and what her citizens deiinnd is that hence forth tho qualities shal be the rule Looking over tho political field wo have failed to find any man so well qualified as Mr Chenault anti in the hope that we shall be able to convince the citizens of this commonwealth of time met as well The Herald will from time to tune introduce evidence of his fitness and invites time close attention of its readers to tho statements it shall makeHazel Green IIert- ldRELIGIOUS Dr C K Marshall formerly the pastor of the Christian church hero lias ac cepted a call to tho Bowling Green Christian church Rev Boatman preached a most ex cellent sermon last Sunday on the text It Is good for a man to bear the yoke in his youth Ho said everyone old and young is bearing a yoke either oi righteousness or unrighteous ness and if parents saw to it that the yoke mentioned in time text was borne by their children during their minority they would bear the yoke of righteous service daring their career in life Pinevillo Courier DEATHS ENRiarnv White crepe on the door of Mr and Mrs Mike Enright donated the loss of their infant and it calls to mind the ead fact that death has now claimed three dear children of this couple Intlieireorrow Mr and Mrs En light havii tho sympathy of many frieada t jfS- y PERSONAL Mr Robert Bergman of Irvine w in this city Friday Miss May Escott of Shelby vllio Is visiting Miss Kate Blanton Mr Thomas Gentry ofEstillcqunty is visting relatives in this city Miss Sue Parsons of Berea visited her cousins time Mtssea Taylor Messrs Bijou White and Robert Little attended the Winchester hop Dr L H Landman wIll beat the Zimmer Hotel this Wednesday Jan llth Mr and Mrs J Tevis Wilkerson of Lexington attended the funeral of Mrs Russell Mr B N Beasley of Paint Lick made a business trip to Cincinnati last week Miss Bessie Turley of Richmond is time guest of Julia MacGaines Lan caster Record Mr Web Evans and sister Miss Sallie havo been visiting friends and relatives in Madison Mrs Mary Parish is nt home Irom a visit to her daughter Mrs Lula Davis at Cauipbcllsville Mr Morton Alexander a student at C U last yearwas married yesterday at Glasgow to Miss Vida Warder Hon John D White ot Manchester was in Richmond last week attending the burial of his cousin Mrs Sallie RussellMrs Matt Cohcnof Riclimond pcnt several days hero last week with Mr and Mrs Joe Cohen Vcrs cor Mid way Clipper Mr W R Lctcher of Cincinnati spent Sunday with relatives in Rich mond lIe attended the burial of his aunt Mrs Sallie Russell Mr and Mrs Harvey Chenault and Mr John n Chenault spent Wednes day and Thursday with thoir sister Mrs Nelson P Gay near Winchester Judge Sullivan and family and Miss Mary Sullivan will shortly tako up their abode at the Hotel Glyndou Judge Sullivan has about recovered from his recent severe illness Mrs If Stuart Jones and two littlo sons Masters Edward and Charlie have returned home after a weeks visit to Mrs Jas T Jones of Lexington They report a delightful visit Mr W D Old hum and wife of Rich mond Ky and Charles K Oldham and wife of Mt Sterling Ky promin ent business men in their respective communities sire at the GIbsonCin cinnati Enquirer Miss Jnnie B Evans one of Madison countys very begt teachers lias gone to visit friends in Lexington and attend the State Association at Louisville during time holidays having posponed her contemplated visit to Virginia sea coast until next May One of time most charming entertain meats of the holidays was the elegant dinner party given to II number of friends Mr John G Cole at his eomfortablo home about a mile and aI half South of Winchester one day last week Winchester Democrat Mr and Mrs J B Hoggin tho Mes srs Platt and Stewart Hunter returned to New York Monday They were ac companied by Mrs E S Hunter who goes to visit her daughter Mrs E C Platt Miss Jean Amsdeu goes as far as Philadelphia where she attends school Woodford Sun Richmond friends have received the following invitations Mrs John Felix Do Moville requests the honor of your presence at the marriage of her daugh ter William Phillips to Mr Joseph Hamilton Thompson on Wednesday evening January 11 1899 at halfpast 6 oclock Church and Vine street Nash ville Teams Mrs Jno B Embry left Tuesday for Coatzccoalcos Mexico to join hor his band who has been there for some weeks and where they will remain until April Mrs Embry was accompa nied by her fatherinlaw Talton Em bry two children Tail aud Dot aud her niece Miss Nanette Heath of Rich mond Jessamine Journal Mr and Mrs W F Schooler and little daughter Lillian took their departure Monday Mr Schooler goes to Washington where he lana a position in time government printing office and Mrs Schooler and Miss Lillian will re main a while at Richmond They made many friends during their short stay here who regret to see them leave Paris Reporter Tho Madison Junior Social Club gave a swell hop nt the Masonic Hall lost Friday night Saxtons bandan ideal floor and tho most gracious hosts rendered the occasion memorable Among the visitors were Messrs Dave Fox and Roger Gatewood of Mt Sterling James Menefee Georgetown Bob Yaddell and Capt Morrow Somerset Ed Prowitt Mt Sterling Ides srs and Mesdames W Neale Bennett T J Smith Jr B L Middolton and G W Evans Jr chaperoned the af fair and the following ladies and gentlemen were present Miss Anne Ben nett Mr Jas Crutcher Miss May Es cott of Shelby ville Mr Robert Little Miss Elizabeth Taylor Mr Thomas Pickels Miss Florence Chenault Mr Neville Moberioy Miss Mayrne Hart Mr Henry White Miss Ohio Baldwin Mr Allen Zaring MtesMargaretChen null Mr Clay Shackelford Miss Gib son of Texas Mr Caswoll Tribble Miss Sue Iluine Mr James Ncale Miss Emily Cheuatilt Mr Will Letchpr Misses Ella Parkes Margaret Harr ll Helen and Laura Bennett Messrs L P Evans Wallace Yates John Turley MARRIED PiiEMsHAniTiEU Mr Rufus Phelps anti Miss Claudia Hartfield were married on Wednesday last at the resi byElderY9UNQMcQuiENSquire N n Turpin united In marriage at hij red deuce in this city on last Thursday Mr Jas Young and Miss Nannie Mc Awarded Highest HOnorsWorlds FaIr DIRi J CREAM MAKING POQIA PERFEeT MADE FretkernimmmuIto YEARS ifili STAMrOUJi 5 Queen of tho Clays Ferry locality JAKMAXTOKNEK Mr Palestine B Jarman and Miss Grace Turner were married at Chillkothc Ohio on January 3 The groom is a grandson of Capt Ballard of this city and resides at Trenton MoA Emporiu- is unnecessary to buy from visiting agents or outside firms so long as right at our doors we have a piano and organ lyareroom filled with choice instru meats Wo refer to the stock now on exhibitat Lanes jewelry store on Second street where Mr II G Kent tho special salesman will gladly show the instruments on hand or order others to suit any prospective purchaser Fire Record of the City There were eighteen fires in Rich mond during 1S9S to extinguish which it cQst the city S25C or an average 1422 Whoa we consider time fact that these fires represented 18 chances probably to destroy hundreds of thou sands of dollars worth of property we may hotter appreciate time services of our gallant firemen and the great protection afforded by our water works system A Fine Report The State Dank and Trust Co makes a great statement in this issue of the CLIMAX One of time principal items of interest evidencing its growth is time large deposit 27557320 Its total resources are little below half a million dollars The Institution has achieved in tho short time since its organization more than its most sanguine promoter had hoped It has declared its first an nual divident of 7 percent nud placed 2000 to surplus A Fine Piece of Color Work An experienced art critic gives it as his opinion that there will be no hand somer piece of color work issued this year than Hoods Sarsanarilla Calendar for 1899 It is not only useful but ar tistic and beautiful aud upto date The charming American Girl whoso beautiful fare appears with a delicately painted flag in the background makes a pleasing feature with anyone will be pleased to have before him tho whole of 1899 Vo suppose druggists will have this Calendar or a copy may be obtained by sending cents to C 1 Hood A Co Lowell Mass A Cook Book Free Table and Kitchen is the title of a new cook book published by time Price Baking Powder Company Chicago Just at this time it will be sent freo if you write a postal mentioning the Richmond CLIMAX This book has been tried by ourselves and is one of the very best of its kind Besides contain ing over 400 receipts for all kinds of pastry and home cookery there are many hints for tho table and kitchen showing how to seta table how to en tor a dining room etc a hnndrd and one hints in every branch of the culi nary art Cookerj of the very finest and richest as well as of the most eec nomical and hume like is provided for Remember Table and Kitchen will be sent postage prepaid to any lady sending her address name town and State plainly given A copy in Ger man or Scandinavian will be sent if desired Postal card isasgood as letter Aildress Price Raking Powder Co Chicago Ill Dr McMillan Heard From Wo havo a nice letter from our good friend Rev Dr James P McMillan lately of this place which tells us that lie has accepted a call to time pastorate of the Presbyterian Church at St Pauls North Carolina Since ho left hero in September traveliniiover 5000 miles he has had six calls from seven congregations visited a high compliment but onewo all know him to de serve at the hands of people capable of appreciating this grand man Dr Mc Millans scholarly attainments minis terial abilities and Godlike Christian character will always be remembered hero with affectionate regard Fortu nately Dr McMillans great powers and positive influence for good were not to be measured by the visible re stilts in hi3 own immediate little con gregation here else tho eight or ten other eminent pastors of the Second church would also have suffered in reputation lint sulllce to say ho and his distinguished predecessors justly lost none of their prestige whilst adding to their list of lifelong friends in Rich mond Our heartfelt solicitude over goes out to this large hearted cultiva ted Christian Mrs Russells Death It Is with peculiar sorrow that wo re cord the death of Mrs Sallie Russoll the aged mother of many children well known in this city and elsewhere Mrs Russell hand not been in bad health although 84 years of age and hence her death following iunuedatuly after a stroke of paralysis shocked time com munity with surprise and sorrow The burial occured Saturdary afternoon and was attended by a large concourse of relatives and friends many of whom came from a distance Mrs Russell was n sister of Mat Susan White late ly deceased who was ton years her senior The latter was left a widow 33 years ago whilst Mrs Russell Lad been a widow alniost as long They were sisters of lion John D White Congressman from this district over fifty years ago They were also cousins of late Congressman Addison White of Alabama and exCongressman John D White of Manchester Mrs Russells children are Mrs Mary Tens of this city Mrs Thomas Hogue of Washington Ga Mrs I Tevis Wilkerson of Lexington and Misses Sudio and Dora Russell of this city all of whom were devoted to their mother ntul rendered her long widowhood as hajipr as dutiful and affection ate children should do In Memory of Joseph Healhman In the course of the vear 1SU8 the icy hand of death claimed many victims and in reviewing as best we can those we know personally and In whose mer its we were full versed we cannot refer to any one that we could in our humble way give a more fitting tribute of respect to their memory than wo could to time subject of this sketch In conversation with him he told of his struggles and battles of life which cons menced among the fhthnmrsof our forest laud Also ho was not unacquainted with the warwhoops of the Indian In early life ho marrieda most estimable lady After nine years of married life his helpmate was taken by tho band of Providence A few years litter ho married another of rare worth who only preceded him to tho grave about six months Ho was called in as a referee in more vexed questions than any one else in the scope of country inwVifh he lived standing as security for many friends often loslngjjy them but was never vindictive against any The poor that came in his reach he never failed to assist if InJiia power and ho wits oflmeu Ngpr MLLIQL o Sole agents for tile Gel ebrated Pine Knot Coal None genuine but ours No slack no clinkers Try It andbeconvinced Near R NI B depot Telephone 21 tions antI few were time obstacles that came in his way which he did not surmount and seemed to think every pass practicable that lay across his path By his untiring energy fair and lenient dealings he was respected and beloved by time populace Few men ever lived who left a brighter example for the youth to follow than lie For many years he was a consistent member of the Christian church and there ho was one of the main pillars and one of its brightest ornaments Full of years and honors he died leaving to his sor rowing daughter and grandchildren ono of time grandest consolations vouch safed to anyhis great assurance of a blessed immortality A TRUE FRIEND This Caps The Climax Ether Climax In the last Issue of your paper Prof B F Evans gave some queer names of pupils whom ho had taught during the past few years I want you to publish the enclosed story which will give you some idea of time queer names of officers and teachers here at present or who were here a year or two ago The names in italic are real The story was composed by Mr C P Fosdick our deaf mute gardner Rept M T LONG Danville Ky Once upon a time near tho town of Ynrbrough in England a Miller was walking through the Fields where lie couldsee the wheat Grow It was Aday in May and the Chestnut was in Bloom but a lato Frost hall injured the Mul lens Coming to some Hoggs he avoid cd them by passing along the Banks of two Lakes whcio a Wheeler was flsh hug with a Reed and a Strand of hemp under a Birch tree in whoso branches sat a Martin while a Drake swam in time water bolow Reaching a road ho walked for several Miles crossing a stream where a Mason was building a Calvert of Stone and passing a Jostle where lived a King with Ills Queen at tended by a Marshall a Bowman and many Squires Next he came to the shop of the Smith where a Wagoner was having a horse shod and timer he stopped to see the Sparks fly and to listen to a Canary that sang a Medley of airs in a cage The Smith was careless and dropped the hot iron on tire Drawn of his arm the Miller wrapped his Burns in a Webb of Cotton Aguti tloman soon after rode up and ordered a Groom to Tyo his horse to a Link of Steel and then to Curry him and give him some Hay while his master ate a lunch of Curd and Rico Toe This re winded our hero that ho was huncry and a glance at time Dials of the Jasper clock on a Brackett showed it was Long past noon so ho went to a Baker and ordered a slice of Ham and a Gill of Beer the Price of which was sixpence He first smoothed his Beard with Combs tied Bibbs over his breast with n Band of silk and then ate his lunch seated on a Moss covered Root while he watched some boys at play iu the SchoolS eld Resuming his journey he soon came to a Hall where lived a Carter who needing a Board to repair his Barnes asked him to go to a Carpenter and in quire how much is Wood worth The carpenter was out and while waiting his return he Hurt his linger by squeezing it in the Vice He now decided to return home for the Day had become inclement not a Hay of sun light could Pierce the clouds and the Green branches of the trees Shook in the wind A storm was coming and ho knew ho would Rue it if he did not soon find shelter Being a fast Walker he qui kly reached a Poor cottage where a Bro wu dog stood jn the doorway But it was Young and Meek and did not Snapp at him Nearby he could see a church yard where a Sexton had been digging Graves which led him to Muse on time shortness of life Tho storm soon pas sed and ho was a Freeman but seeing a Turner coming to whom he was in debt and fearing lie would Dun him ho hurried on home passing on tho road two Parsons anti a Nuun who gave him their Blessing Deafness Causal tie Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the oar There is only oao way to euro deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of time mucous lining of the Bus tachinn Tube When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflamation can be taken out and this tube restored toils normal condition hearing will be de stroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing butan ineamed condition of the mu cons surfaces- We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh thrt cannot be cured by Halts Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Halts Family Pills are tho Jest 1m EstrayCows I have two stay cows in my possession which I will deliver to owner upon proper proof of ownership and of expenses I desire to the legal notice of the above fact- NOBHI8 BROS Stock Pens anll2w FOR SALE I bargainUIX Z T 3 TAYLOR anllw Waco h- yLLIQENTflAI SHORT LINE TO New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Car leave tout throughtoAsk your ticket tRent for particulars or write AgentLoulFree Recllnlngs Chslr Cars Louisville to Memphis d NcwrOrleans A H HANSON WMAKELLO- NiUlA CWcage iLOPAtoaIviUo a m m 73rp f rp r rj r v + Are you married +++ + +++++4+ I mean to any particular house if so get a divorce and ffibuywhere you can get the BEST GOODS for the MONEY Come to my store and convince yourself of time wonderful reduction in Wraps Dress iGoods Underwear Wool Hosiery Blankets Comforts of all kinds a DONT FORGETThat our line of Mens Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best ffi in the city I also carry a good line of Clothing My W Istock of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only a few prices that are now making them go Overcoats 0Always watch for my advertisement I save you money y SJ 1 s 1 1 tc I I adatsi 5 4 o OWEN McKEE Cor Main and Rhmond Ky 7F71 71 7F7 REPORT OF THE StateQUARTERLY Co Richmond Ky at the close of business on the Slat day of Decem ber 1898 RESOURCES Loans and discounts less loans to Officers 293638 83 Loans to Officers 3600 00 Overdrafts 41657 83 Due from National Banks 31881 40 Banking House and Lot 20000 00 Loans secured by MortgagedS680 00 Stocks and Bonds 2925 00 HAND Specie ml15St 72 Currency 10363 00 Exchanges lor Clearings 6529 10 2347S 82 Other Items carried as Cashmm 537 59 Furniture and Fixtures m 4467 98 Expenses Last Quarter 1960 30 Totai 43390345 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 150000 09 Surplus Fund 2000 Undivided Profitsu 380 95 Individual Depositsd 275573 20 Due National Banks8 5937 00 Dae State Banks Bankers 1781 12 7718 12 Trust Funds on hand 3251 18 Total 138903 45 KENTUCKYlssCOUNTY R E TURLEY Cashier of the State Bank and Trust Co a Banklocated and doing bust ness at No 108110 West Main street City of Richmond Ky said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report Is in all respecta a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 31st day of Dec 1898 to the best of his knowl edge and belief and further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secre tary of State designating the 31st day of Dec as the day on which a ich report shall be made R E TURLEY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by R E Turley Cashier the 7th day of January C II CUBMAOLT Notary Public CosancT Attest J A SULLIVAN IL D BALLARD DIRECTORS J II POWELL STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND of Richmond Come tery Company for 1893 RECEIPTS Cash from sale of tots 862 50 Cash keep of Grounds 153 35 Cash Intermentsm ins 25 Interest on Note and Bonds 100 00 Notes pald 0- 0Totaii37s1oDISBURSEMENTS Sexton36000ExtraSundry Expenses 108 9J July 98 Overdraft in Bank 219 10 002 55 Total 47655- I ROUT R BDBKW solemnly swear that the above is correct to the best of my knowledge anti belief ROUT R DURNA- MConaECTAttest Secretary Co J V CROOKE Treas GRIGSBY JUJNCBY General Agents Eastern Kentucky Epultable Life NEW YORK ttt AGENTS WANTED IN OFFICEMain Street Richmond Ky YY1H1HoshaICo1Commission Merchants Qattla flfllJiyS nee UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O TELEPHONE 7346 JCSjrAll information regarding livestock cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to us sept7ly Public Notice Notice Is hereby served upon the public that withthof Milwaukee WIS Iii any capacity Said companyaRd the undersigned will not bo refor any of Ids transacttese K n elBSCoLouisville LOST COW A rcdmuky cow giving milk 8 or Oycrs LNr a o Blankets 104 for 38c to 500 Comforts Large Size 50c and up Ladies Wool Skirts 50c 4Ladies Vests 15c and up Ladies Allwool Hose 19c Spool Cotton le and up 100Yard Spool Silk 5c Jf12 Yards Lace 5c Handkerchiefs le and up Perfume Soap 5c a box and up yardClothing 250 and up can 1st Sts 71 7f e aaeec eoe SG SS OS SSO S OS eSO OOSO OQeaeSSSSS S s es aao S S 0 o e se s s g g 0 1i11ess 100m s 0C On and after January 1st 1899 our a0 S terms will b- eSPOT UQ 5 ee 5s0 5 GASH I 8 a e We have attempted to run our business by col g lecting our accounts the first of each month- S but have been unable to collect tlium all promptly We are therefore compelled to soil for CASH that we may paycash for our goods and will endeavor to make it to tho interest of the trade to do business with us We have a nice line of Staple and Fancy Groceries Qucenswaro and Glassware c Give us a ee call examine our stock and got prices j SFGoods exchanged for country produce p eec eOSS LUIlm IJ LI U MW r1lhIuIP I ri i e eo LLLUQo t WEST MAIN ST RICHMOND KY 0 80 a s vo 0 e MASTER COMMISSIONERS Notice to Creditors Madison Circuit Court J S Admz Pitt AltllnstFrank etc Deft All persons having claims against the estate of J a Galloway are hereby notified to file the same legally verified with the undersigned on or before the 15th day of January 1809 or same wilt be barred S E SCOTT CJanyl2w GmnlllissionAfg Sala1 jagainst Notice of SaleElizabeth Turner Deft 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 Jan 13 1899 Between the hours of oclock pm and 2 oclock p mi at the Court House door in Richmond Madison county Ky proceed to expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following described property viz A TRACT OP LAND with the appurtenances thereon on the waters of Tales Creek in Madison county Ky and bounded as follows On the south by the lands of Wm Bnrgis on the east by the lauds of J W Stafford on the north by other lands of de fendant and on the wesfby Tales Creek and Supposed to contain four I acres more or teasTERMSSale will be made on a credit ot 6 months The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the pay meat of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a replevin bond tearing legal in crest from the day of sale with a lien re served upon salt property until alt the purchase money Is paid S II SCOTT Master Commissioner MC C janyl2w STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS FOR SALE I will sell publicly to the highest bidder at my home place near Duncannon promptly at oclock a m on teiaj Jam 1 18 heifcrabejresh2 No 1 work mutes 2 turning ploughs 2 double shovel cultivator No twohorse wagon rakeIstretchers plough gear bridles and collarswagon gea- raTerms cash doc203wN M MILLER News and Opinions National Importance Thee SunTjO Contains Both bily fcy Mil ayer Mljr ad Swrfay fey naif 8a year Mff IL 18 TIlE GREATEST SUNDAY KEWSPAlKRIHTHEWOULD Price 5 ce4 a cy By m 9i s a yuA- iMrtM THB SUN Nsw Y kV r i U FOR SALE The executor of Lee Jake White deceased offers for sale privately about 180 kss of Land 23U of which lies immediately In Foxtown Un balance Is between the land of Wm Bennett and Dudley Tribble The latter is in bluegrass and has not been ploughed for thirty years Address John 6 Cole Ex Box 259 Winchester Ky janl2m For Sire Priratdy tiMwc I wilt offer for sale privately my House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7lh propertyTheble antI other necessary outbuildings the lot contains about 90x90 feet The price will Lo reasonable for cash WILLIAM ExaLts nov9tf Richmond Ky Picture Framing We ape now receiving ill of the now things in mould ingsin ebony uiahog ny oak and other woods Picture matswhite black and more than fiftyshados and colors in velvet felt and smooth hand tints and other picture framing materials for tile Holiday Trade which we will make up and offer at our usual low prices 100 genuine Etchings 00 se lect yard Pictures all different subjects 3asfl-s glass backing and wire to hang 8x10 25c Por trait size 16x20 1 to 150 If you want pick and choice of this select earjyPoliteand efficient service guar teed i M4 ff ourWai1PaperGl m budlMft time saInts low prices r tawte U Q5i4 nd erwy one alike a I T1Tr UV1 y I a TOO BUSY29SBut SPECIAL SALES every day until after New Year Our theI111 MERRY CHRISTMAS0 9tY 207 KY u JAN 1I isoo Your Sonic OflVrs by The Climax The CLIMAX wants live hunrcd new by time first of thenew year In order to roach this end some ex will be made Vntil further notice the will lieoirered to The and The 125 The and the Home and Farm 130 The and either the Tho or 200 The and the Louis yule daily post 3The and nal both for one year 160 The and 150 rue and SUllI The can also any paper in the States or at rates Dr Hobson Dentist The citv is full of itmud Wheat is in gtfod shape they any Heaviest sleet in yean mat Friday The weather since Sunday has boon beast v Watch for Douglas Simmons ad nest week cost Madibuii county SO 0X in 5 years Douglas Simmons will carry a full line hardware Sheriff Colyor is on hay lug un ankle recently Madison Circuit Court convenes next Mondiy with a Unlit docket Douglas Simmons will be open to their friends and customers in a few days Everyone should call ntilr Goo M and gut a tif calondar Free to all- Will Simmon has gone to Lexing tOil in enter W Jl Smiths Commer cial College II SI Morgan bought iii 10DOH cows and W 160 lb hogs from J 31 lladen at1 cents The grippe is with 1180 wear your wraps and umhrell An ounce of may nave a funond The stock of of D z1 T Taylor at Waco in ottered at a bargain if suM at once Sej ad Rev Ii U SIosS of his first finnon at the Chrs tian Church at Kirksville on Sunday J W and L A Ballard of Whites Station sold 160 aorta of their farm to Marry Murmur and broihor at 15 per acre The Kinnairl farm nnar Paint Lick advertised fur salo was not Fold The price offered not being great enough The of ho will hold their regular meeting Friday morning at 10 oclock at the residence of Mrs J M 1oynlz Douglas Simmons ak its to an flounce that two carloads of hardware to stock their new storo will arrive tliis week and they will be ready to wait on the publiu on or before Sat u rd ay Corn is selling utSI per barrel in this Garrara county letter in JjxncHSter Accord And yet the good people of Stone who voted for did so Douglas Simmons Cash Store will he for hard ware1 Stoves Tin ware Cutlery nition and in the line We buy for cash and will save you money Irvine Properly For Sale Nice fourroom cottage with lilt nec essary out sale in Itvine For call at this ofllcc He Will Go Up Bill Bradloy colored is live ju rest of his Urn He is said to of horse stealing and alo of robbing allegro woman of some dishes and 5 Each For Quail A hunter who didnt know tho quail law had expired brought thirty to town lie Was caught and fined 150 5 for each bird he bad in his p6sieg ion P AND When you need anything in Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishings w WEST MAIN STREET RICHMOND The Richmond Climax WKPNIvSDAY Heres Chance Extraordinary subscribers traordinary inducements following subscribers CLIMAX Weekly Louisville Dispatch CLIMAX CLIMAX Cosmopolitan Munseys McClures Magazise CLIMAX evening Richmond CLIMAX Twiceaweek CourierJour CLIMAX Weekly Cincinnati Enquire CLIMAX OhioFarm CLIMAX furnish published United Europe reduced Turnpikes iootngam sprained Willgings prevention nmrclianilitc Lexington preached Daughters Confederacy probably viciuhyStone McKinley expecting prosperity headquarters UunsAimnu Blacksmith Supplies everything Farming Implement building8Jor particulars hikelyto Fraiikfortthe beguilty silverware Xicbolasville partridges Proctor Knott Cigar Supervisors in Session Tho County lloord of Supervisors are in session the board is composed of Messrs N Deateernge H 0 Broad dusT J Cuttis G W Uallaw Sanford Oldhatu S L Htigueley and Win Benton Big Steamboats in Madiscn is said that the government engi IIt have reached Valley View and a lock and dam will probably be placed there If this be true it will bring slack water navigation to the borders of this county Cemetery Report Persuant to legal requirement the Richmond Cemetery Co secretary Mr It It Burnam issues its annual report elsewhere in the CLIMAX There appears to be a balance of 170 55 above all expenses cf the year A Good Cure far La Grippe Time associate editor begs to inform a grippe afllicted community that ho has discovered a good cure for the grippe Uso Klectropoiec and wear a newspaper over the ohost whont of doors Eloped to Jellfco Mr Tom Casey and Miss Lizzie Voulunif5 of Ford eloped and were mnried at Jcllico The groom is industrious young man and tho bride a popular young lady They will reside at Valley View Kirksville By Telephone Telephonic communication tins bdcn established with Kirksville time ollice there loing located in the drug store of Ors Middlcton Fry Tho line was erected through the enterprise of Mr E T Fish of Berea Was a Partner cf General Clay David Kinniaid once a partner of General C M Clay diodat Wallaccton lust week aged 80 years Deceased once owned a part of the present siteof erea and was very wealthy in other days Burial at Silver Creek last Satur day Bank Dividends The Madison National Bank usually declares its dividends in April tIme others in January Accordingly the Farmers and Richmond National have declared semiannual dividends of 3 ner cent whilst the State Bank and Trust company dodared a 7 per cent dividend A Lawyer Is the Professor Prof J H Chandler who lately re signed time lrillciplLlship of the Prepar atory Department of C 1L hasopened a law office iu the Collins Building and will be glad to prosecute or itifend criminals of high or low degree guaranteeing satisfaction Handsomest Desk in Town Mr J Tevis Cobb has placed in his oUicoa tremendous desk that is the en vyofalt who see it ILls 52 inches broad hv Ut ircifs long flat top Vis smooth as a piano and made outirely of highfinished antique oak It ia one of several handsome pieces of furniture in Mr Cobbs delightful suite of offices Notice Tho Kclisa Studio over Madiscn Nitioual think will discontinue business niter Feb 10 Parties desiring photographs from this firm should FC cure sittings at once Prices will remain low and work firstclass No such work will be turned out at my prices niter I close my business jamili 4w J II KINO Will Remain rolmainhaving decided not to remove to upper Maui for 18U9 Tho Messrs Freeman and Mr Chits Rowland are unsurpassed as polite and obliging salesmen and as their specialty is fu twear fOlladiCH- elltslllld children they areable to give all their time to their customers Tha First Negro Jury The first Negro Jury over summoned to try a case in Bath county was that which lid duty in Magistrate Charles Wilsons nit in Bethel district Hath county last Wednesday Mr Wilson hail tried several eases all of which he thought to be so plain that trIO average juror ought to have no dilficulty in ar riving at a verdict but in all of which juries of white mcu had failed to agree Whereupon he dismissed tho white ju rors anti had summoned u jury composed of colored men of the vicinage and pro ceeded to again try the cases which had caused so much aggravation in the way of Jhuug juries The colored jurors were very proud of tho unexpected honor shun them and bore themselves with conspicuyns dignity and in each case relumed a verdict and from what has ween learned the verdicts aro satis factory to all parties concerned Bethel l jall aristocratic neighbor hood and nearly every citizen in it was atluve owner before the war Magis trate Wilsou in a lifelong Democrat and both he and his ancestor owned Negro slaves Coininentupoji Hie Magistrates fIll IlftIK nnivereal juiWisbpth favoir abu and unfavorable n A HAPPY NEW YEARU 11++++++++++++ ++++ +++++ 4GLAS COMPANYw 0iIiNeff Million Q Sole agents for the Cel ebrated Hue Knot Coal x None genuine but ours c We also handle Baled Hay Corn etc Give 1a call Office near depotTeIephne 0 e Birthday ol Gen Robert E Lee At tho court house January 19 at 730 tho birthday ot Geuoral Leo will he appropriately celebrated by time Richmond Chapter No 35 Daughters of the Confederacy Addresses music charades and refreshments will consti tute the program for the evening An ahuissiou of 25 cents will be charged the receipts to be devoted to charity Whose Hog is This Jailer Lackey is tired of boarding a certainold sow that persists in put ting up at his nursery and1Ir Lackey threatens to publicly execute the old critter if bet owner does not soul take her away Shejs a Poland China sow about eightoon months old weighs about 200 and is black with some white Fpots In the absence of an owner by Tuesday next the CLIMAX proposes to go half hog with the jailer to pay for board and expense of adver tising The Electric Light Now Seems a Certainty After considerable delay Supt Adair has putchased a site for time electric light factory and within 90 days by time watch promised to turn on the incandemtnt lights in this city Time plant will be located on a lotpurchased from Judge John C Chenault on Laurel street near Hoss l Taylors to bacco factciy one square from the It N I 0 depot It looks like Richmond will have some of the luxuries of life of 1870tO before the close of the nine teenth century Private Corporations Affected Judge Bailey of Lincoln decided that the Crab Orchard Kceloy Company was liable fur hack franchise taxes on tho sum of 30000 for five years and on 35000 for one year making something like 1352 that will bo col lected in the State and county taxes rhen the ease is finally dicposcd of It will be taken to the Court oi Appeals This decision is important inasmuch as it places the Keoley Company and similar private corporations on the same plane rs railroad telegraph compantH eu Dmvilu Advocate All Shcad Hear Kim heavyweight iettmres mire not as drawing hcicas they thuuld beheuce time managers of the lecture course have a lighter and therefore more in teiceting attraction for the next num bor on the card Chas F Underhill Impersonator will act or interpret whoe plays such ns The Delightful Play Rip Van Winkle Shakespeares The Merchant of Venice A Midsnm aierNightaUream Merry Wives of Windsor Sheridans Great Comedy The Rivals Four tfull Evenings From Dickens David Copperfield MarigoldsIrescriptlon And an entirely now PartyAtIs This Right Chancellor Blanton has purchased a printing outfit mill will aIM a journal istic department to Central Univoisity The outfit is large enough to print the printlugto pursue those lines Mr JJDougim- tyuf Texas will have charge ot the new deparmentlantagraplm We suppose our neighbor published the above on good authority It has the ring of truth for we had heard the same thing rumored wotks ago but refused to boltvo that It was founded on fact Ve protest against it for two or more reasons The University can hardly ndbrd Jo antagonize any of its friends in these days of competition among colleges Secondly the claim that journalism is to be taught is onlya guise whereunder the jiewsps pers of the city Which have ever beeiv made liberal toward time college will bo deprived of the patronage of the in stitution It is not a friendly move nor is it of sufficient merit to warrant time claim that journalism will be taught The latter is all farce similar to the announcement years ago tliitt instruction in Tel rapliy It ull Commercial Science would le given All a mete catch for boys with ntnbiciovs along those lines which if purchased here at nil resulted in no known success Weknow full well that one who gave a hundred columns free per year to the Institution without a cent in return will be outlawed for venturing n criticI ism of this last movement but t c zens of Madison comity who fully npol preciate the University should under stand the motive which inspires this small piece of economy C E WOODS 1 u si so j er IIGENERAL MILES MENS 900 t 1200 r Made to Burn IIPeople buy conito burn Not to grate and turn lo clinkers without omitting heat When you build a fire evidently you want to be warmed Then you want coal that bums flames up roasting hot That is the kind of coalwo sell and that only It is the talk of time town Satisfaction guaranteed Largest supply In the country NEFP MILLION Telephone 21 The Old Reliable With characteristic enterprise the Busy Bee Cash Store opens the New Year with a flourish and invites atten tion to their unsurpassed array ot goods ready for the trade at the opening of this good year of 1899 This firm does things on a hroadguagn plan adver Uses its business and stands by every claim made in the prints They lowe a motto that means everything to a customer See their nay anti real their motto Mr Langford Talked Of It is rather early to talk of members of time next Legislature Inasmuch as it does not assemble for a year Nevertheless there is some speculation as to candidates and already the namo of Mr W A Langford hRS been prominently mentioned in connection with the position Time gentleman in one of time best known Democrats iu the county one of its staunchest and ablest exponents and if he should accept the honor of a nomination at the hands of his party ho will riot only bear its lon net to victory but will discharge its itua slon with fidelity and ability 3 Us at titude as regards making the race is not known The best smoker the Proctor An ott algarTWE AIM To have our Clothing Vie best that can be made I That is why you get here more value L7r money than elsewhere 1mJ Our Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats are Ready = to=Wear Take any of our SUITS and OVERCOATS at 1250 and they have the set and style of Merchant Tailors work N Our SUITS and OVERCOATS at 800 received the same care and thought in tailoring as the higher grades Every thread of warp and woof is of pure wool There is no other stand that can clothes you as stylishly tuidas serviceably as we can and at so little price Same old stand but much largerI Covington Mitchell 215 WHITE FRONT 0 seesqessos e e 0 ee 0 el 0 I Everybody Kriow4-S S S- j IT I J eg SEEOUR FLYERSThe wonderfully winning premier fashions I of the season IrishI IIIIm Mens Suits of Rich Native and Foreign Goods I Mens Superb Fashion and Finish Ulsters and Covert Overcoat Mens Snits and Covert Overcoats and Ulsters I SUITSS500 000 700 1000 500 I I 1m oIo II ru 12 00 YOUNG MENS SUITS I400 500 600 750 0 900 1000 1200 CHILDRENS KNEE PANTS SUITS 125 150 200 250 300 g MENS PANTS 100150 200 300 350 400 MENS HATS 100 125 150 175 200 I MENS SHOES 125 150 175 200 250 ItfENS OVERCOATS 500rGOO 750 800 900 1200 MENS UNDERWEAR 50c 75c100 125 BOYS UNDERWEAR 50e o V Everything in our store is fresh and new no old goods and everything at the lowest price that cash can buy j them for jH J STRENG Tie CtetEfef Tie F rMef Tie Ser TllebtW mayply 0clu- c I = fiIu1tI i 8991 1lThe Busy Bee Cash Store- I + Sends Greetings to their many Friends and Patrons wishing them a happy and prosperous New Year for 1899 The great Mercantile Corporation THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CO have made specialpricesbargains in all lines carried by them during the year UR MOU CashIA 4 alwayscontainOur first offerings for time New Year will be nice yardwide Bleached Cotton no dressing 4c yard Hopo Jllcadied Cotton Lnndsdale finish Cc yard Green Ticket loomleachedCcyard best 104 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting IScyard yarlwhleJirowmm Cotton4ieyard We are 5 We have just placed on sale time largest line of Ilamburgs Laces and Embroidery ever shown in the icity This line contains all the new timings in Nansook Emimbroidem ics Jaconet Embroideries Swiss Embroideries S f4allmd nothing has been left undone to make this depart meiitoircof the most important factors in our immense IusmnsoWe wish to call your attention to the fact that all named on Bleached Cottons and all domestic are subject in change without notice bo take advantage of this opportunity Buy your spring cottons while you can g t extremely low prices on them 5 We are showing some special good timings in Table Linciw and quoting special prices on them a short time If interested ask to see this line when yoa come in 4 are for thc Topsy Drui or M fa vAn in All winter goods have felt the keen edge of our cold steel and prices have been made winter Boots Shoes winter Overcoats and Clothing Blankets and Comforts w c iut you past we MT AND Lecturer In Our Midst Rev S Hubert copastor of the lIeUodlst chunht his city to win upon his everv sermon or address We have hearth time house tohouse comments upon his regular sermons for somd time and promised extravagantly uttered 15ut Mr Hu berts address at the Temperance Rally at time court house was our first oppor tunity to hear the muchtalked of pul pit orator and we cannot summon time language properly to describe time high character of his address It was a clas sic say those capable of judging To others it seemed a well of undefiled English and they sat amazed at time of speech displayed by Mr Hubert We learn with pleasure that he is to make a public appearance here at the court house Jan 13 730 p m td lecture on the subject A Home of the Standard of the Song Home Sweet Home The proceeds of time lecluie is for the benefit of the Y M C A of Central University Admission 25 edits Here is one testimonial of many I do not believe that a better lecture than Mr Huberts was overdelivered or over will lie I cannot tell which did the most of crying or laughinir but I was willing to do whatever he wanted and felt the better for every emotional ro fcidt he secured Douglas Simmons wilt sell for cash Give tin m a call it will save you money Crow Shooting Second The Third Annual Tournament of time Hill Top Gun Club held Wednes tiny and yesterday at Alfred Claysinh way between Paris and was attended by a large shots from Bourbon and from neighbor lug cities Time target events Wednes day were postponed on accountof wind In the first jive crows John Williams Kidney Clay and T IL Clay Jr divided fist money on clean scores Second event 10 crows J Q Ward and H B Clay got first money on nine crows each Time event 15 Cows won by TII Clay with 13 crowt The match for time Crow championship began at noon with eleveu entries at twentyfive birds George Williams and Thomas Clay Jr tied with a clean score In time shoot offal tea birds thn former won killing nine the latter killing eight Time trophy of fered hv thw mill forr this event was a handsome ii Harvey hbnault of j Iticliinoudi flmimlmeIseconiI1 only tniss iug ono bird Time imueeesmoI time tour iiiimctit isdueto thccirurtH italnina njjomont of G W T 11 Jr and Alfred Clay flu New YeaiV reception at the Vtiti louse was a brilliant r a S+ S ai777i7 zi zi for s3 on Soa 01 1as a bO 1 1 ne 9 ot em thanking patronage RICHMOND STERLING Wlllchesterl Tho Court of Appeals decided that time habitual criminal law is tional Paul Perry of Columbus Ga suf fered agony for thirty years mill then mired hiM Piles by usinp De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It heals injuries JougInHTime condition of Congressman Ding ley has taken an alarming change for time worse never go Away rom homo without a bottle of Dr Hulls PineTarHoney ChanjiH of climate of apartments or exjiosutc may bring on a cold which nothing but this famous remedy will cure Druggists sell it It Charles A Brewer former postmas ter at Palding Q shot and Killed his wife and then commited suicide wait to hear any long drawout story of time cause of his ailment He care two straws about a fine spun theory of Dow he should treat He may be predisposed to scrofula or con becnre1send in your bill So heres the first part of the proposition Dr Pierces Golden Discovery is mirciobe hunter and killer Manyper sons oC scrofulous blood enconrago the out of unsightly sores to Tire vent the dtscatii JOm1to time lungs There is no need state of diead and discomfort Purify the blood It cams he done Golden Medical Dis coVery will cure flS per cent of all consumptive cases also of all other lungdiseacesA great strike in the Pennsylvania jiltiininous coal region is expected April For Children Who Taka CoU easily and arc subiect to croup no remedy is so helnful as Dr Bells Pine TarHoney It will relieve the croup mmighmtitan emergency You can buy a bottle for 25o at anv firstclass store lt One hundred mineis narrowly escaped death in a burning mine at Car linville III La Grippe ilt again ipideinic Every precaution 4li iiilil btrtakcn In avoid it Its mpecifie euro hOne V iiuh Cure A J Sheporl publisher Agri cultural journal awl AclvertiserElden tIimmy No oni with he disappoint elln Ono Minute Cough Cure for La Wrippfc Plwisant to take quiet to tiN Douglas Wells Chiff J i1ft lo LQWIS retired froi t flit Court of Appeals bench Hon J I1 Hobson was Hvvorn in nCLIEF cnrc anDT x ttnrSt1114CI ant Ctizuncrf CoapUIuu ItLv 25 cuts Sold yPerfy t Thomas Succesiors to Wfl waite 1ldit1nLl ortttjl tplt tIIplt M kJf d rur11 lIt iiliif llmlt U Customers are not limited as to the quantity of their purchase We have our ware rooms full 0 all kinds of domestic goods and as long as these special pri timeyS2Ve will offer good calicoes at SIc Ameiican indigo Ic new red calicoes best hrands Ic Ameri can simirtinirs new styles mc Simpsons black anti mourning prints 4c Showing Some Beautiful Percalles at Cents Ladies Our line of Embroideries will certainly en tertain you for an hour or two Call and see them Our great line of Carpets Mattings Linoleums Oilcloths Rugs Lace Curtrins and Oil Shades was never more complete We have no carried over goods in these putIIinspectthisIt 1lyitble fitting corsets shown to the trade Try one IDVe have sonic special good timings In Ladies Jack ets and Capes left that we aro closing outat jnstoue halt the original price If interested call and see them VIc igenl Sosisiy to you come and Flan goodsbeforeBvo Continues plaudits U1odQeav s a1e 9CeS xk YoudontSatisfyyourselvesfor are very respectfully W D OLDHAM COMPANY GEORGETOWN Thomas oneI mastery TournamentHarveyC- henaull high third Clay Henry Clay Cluy constitu change patlllItdoesnt youIIUS breaking Mimlto usinu P1CUtIHJ incbr II- L REMEMBER l A You can buy more GROCERIES for less money at THURMANS than anywhere on Earth Give as a call TIITTRMAN GROCERY Co t Con MAIN AND CHEAPSIDE RICHMOND KY For Lungs Soreness deepsealed coughp throat disorders anti all bronchial troubles Dr tolls IinoTarlioney is an efficacious rem oily The first dose gives relief It clliellinc on a Bryans old regiment time Third Ne braska reached Havana These are dangerous times for the health Croup colds and throat trou bles lead rapidlv to Consumption A bottle of One Minute Cough Cure used at time right time will preserve life health and a large amount of motley DouglasIt developed that a body of armed Cubans participated in time ceremony ut Havana in spite of prohibitive orders M4AMNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep I UIl3I Vgia Constipation and Indi gestion Regulates the Liver Price 25 cts Sold by Perry Thomas successors to WIIQ White The steamer Calauia has reached port with her smokestack gone boats car rEed away and decks swept by waves Tettcr Sal tKhcu in anti Eczema The intense itching anti smarting inch allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad Tascs hare been permanently cured by it Itis equally efficient for itching pilcn and remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites md chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Ccmlilion Powders art just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and bJtmedicinehorse in prime condition Price 25 JOntaperpackaga Time eightyearold daughter of John Butler of Christian county was burned to death ifp CUBAN OIL cures flI4i Cut Bnrnf Brniucs Rhea niatism and fcorca Price 25 vents WeGkeepthebtf using Je Wis Little Iiirly IJisers thi fAIIOUS little plllH for cpnstipntion an Her troubles IotigTe Well A wiad8tid ruin fctunii illd nmcli dsnPiittln tIrqli1cAaIIlIiIJ JliFsia I PI1 l1rrlt Wj jlJ 1ike Imirtit lro+no Qllnlna Nlml- etg4tiiilet rcfmiul p4inI ii Vmtr- 4IeIi fM tila4 IItqIr4i1 LB Qs l i 1108 On c u J IIIIOlden Times the lioportance of permanently beneficial effects and were satisfied with transient acting but now that it is generally kimot It Iiij that Syrup of Figs will pormnKiiily wJlinforumedlaxatives which pct for a tini lIInally injure time system Buy the nine made by the California Fig yru IIrelimlnaryform a enamel and tinware trust o Your Turn NextiEverybody has a your turn will mono Keep a hmtle Ur Hells iimmoTir honey at haniljiiiil bo propared for nn emergency iIm4 famous remedy will curt a cold IHIOIO it treU fairly started or after it bus It- UI but tho somer ymi lake it th sooner you get well ocat yptirdriiK gist U A separate coach bill was intiodiictd in the North Carolina Legislature ciigFmimtakeaha gives prompt relief It a must excellent for colds too as it aids expno toration relieves time lungs und pre IIIIluulllllilJorgist jan4 lii Theodore Itoosovelt was formidly lu auguratal iovernorof New Yoik plII1hegood mind give him such quirk redet from rheumatism as Chamberlain Pain Itahii He was bothered greatly with shouting pains from hip to k iimo until he used this liniment which af fords prompt relief 1J F HAKKK hyPerrOov Leeily of Kansas chargetl with Roliriiinji bribes demanded legisla Lire investigation When You Have a Had Cuhl You vint time best medicine flint ClmittmmlmumsYou want a remedy that will iotuily give quick relict butcirwt a peruiaiicut cure f rlJlitotlltllInso t want a remtHly that will oiuit pimumiummummlaYou an FaCe Chtmmmimhmrlnhtms tjiKo rol1lZh is tInt only jneiiicitie In Use that tuinIl dtluVo itquircmviifs limit nueitv famuiw fr jut Haes fit Jwd i1t14 ihruiiulioUl 1jiiii cit Siaij iiinl IIKJOV ff hfeii t uhVriA 3t limis ihai v nvalis lint ftirHu i tvlyKImti jirrtnrtM cut ciir of had ciihKtiwKl t uitltint A tmr lillllftllIilIIh1 qu4l1lflin ii whict Jiirml MIIiriisi 1t11 Nil hy EVrff A TlH M4M urHFtMtt jjn4lui ir l7 r VL IF orr iiiiiTT HON C T CALDWELL Phrlcersburg W Va Kecom niends Wrights Celery Gapsules i PinKERSBURa January YAM 20 1955 TUB WRIGHT MEn Co- Columhus Ohi- oGentlomenI have been using Wrights Celery Capsules since Novem ber 1894 antI find them to be as recom mended I first bciran taking them while at Hot Springs Ark under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism Liver and Stomach trouble Constipation which I had been a long sufferer I found the Celery Capsules gave me peat relief rom the beginning and have used them ever since With pleasure and unsc liritCtI I recommend them to any and all MifTerinir with like afflictions or either of them Very truly yours CHARLES T CALDWELL Sold by T S Ilagan Druggist Price BOc ents and SI 00 per box Call at drugstore and pet frfin saraole 6 All druggists ecll Dr Miles Norvo Plasters XI LL WOMEN Should know that the OU Time Remedy If the Iwtt for Fiie TroIolel Corrects all ri1arttIos In Female Should bo I i fnrk rMLileanilbeforoChlUDIrtlil it nc P nnlcs liavo stood the c SI t rTa tJu w SrrtKw Medicine Co Chat tjOO t Perry Thomas druggist successors to W Q White decSlyr Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine Rotary Motion an- dBall Bearings KEVTrlOOrC SIMPLEST INVENTED For sale by Dewey Music Co Richmond Ky ARE YOU A DEMOCRAT t An old adage reads There Is a place for everything and for everything to bet It place the LOUISVILLE DISPATCH should tied a place In the home of every DEMOCRAT in the SUNNY SOUTH The Uitpateh Is the peoples paper owned by the people and is always ready to light for the cause of the people IT STANDS SQUARELY ON THE CHICAGO PLAT FORM without the aid or consent of the Gold Dug Monopolies and a fair compar lien of Its news service now being fur nished over leased wires by the New York Sun the Chicago Inter Ocean and the Northern Frets Association with that of any other paper will fully verify its Motto 1f you set it in the Dispatch its so and if Its so it is always in the Dis Dispatch she has a staff of over 300 active correspondents in the South and will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE THAN DOUBLE TIlE SOUTHERN NEWS of any other Louisville paper Get the Diipatch it gives the news and tells the truth about II Dally 8 pages Sunday 24 pages Week lr 8 pages We club with the Weekly Dispatch at the remarkably low price of 125 A YEAR + M + CALL AT+ + + + 11111i SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap iSSSSSSSPSSSSSSSSSSSSSS Phone 3 Second St BICIIMOND KY GRANO fARM OF 16O ACRES Within threequarters of a KyEvery as cream It lies on the best pike in the county the land is rolling to level 90 acres are in grass excellent water springBuildings and a half story new brick of 10 rooms the finest farm res idence in the county immense barns 3 tenement houses one of which is a good frame of 5 rooms and complete set of buildings which makes it a separate farm1V9- will sell this place at an un usually low figure 14000 Torms onehalf cash balance in one two three four and five years Send for our list of farm for sale- WILLIAMS It LITTLE eofr216m 911 3d fit Otreniboro Ky J Wb can think t2tegLopnlnt7Prntectwme juiin wjujuiaiuuus A COlaent4t10r0teji rxc for tlwlr au t rta otter Md lilt o two niuidroa laYemtou vratcd i jRUPOFm tIy1 1MiTLIT u II TIlE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF HGS is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination but also to tho care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Co only and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy As the genuIne Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the CAUFOIUOA Pie SYRUP Co only a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties The high standing of the CALl FORNIA Fio Sritup Co with the medical 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 the 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 BAN FKAN CISCO CaL LOUISVILLE KJ NEW TOnIC XY- janSly frankbrl Huciuiati Eailmj jIll Effect December 5 1898 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm am pm pm 2 620 Lve Illchmond Ar I 7 W 2 K 7 09 Winchester 42 6 IS 25 5 45 Maysvllle 8 30 r 40 9 30 Paris 8 40 5 6 10 28II Georgetown 7 no 4 28 7 10 11 20 Ar Frankfort Lye 7 00 3 40 Ask for tickets via Paris 131E- CONOMIST RANGES entiI CQ- i1 JI tI1 rzrI1 UJ Roofing Guttering and General Job Work LPE MITH i SDR CALDWELLSN I SFRock I 4 ++++ + + ++ ++++ t TTvve FORttauA 3VccAsx bus 4 ++ +++ + Six of the best Fire Insurance Com 44 panics in the United States Losses paid + + promptly 4+ ++++ 4 In the Prndental you are offered the + best Life Insurance attainable and on 4+ the mot approved plans In Accident ++ Insurance we again elve the heaL We 4 will not transact business with 4 sible companies Irrepont 4 261 f Upstairs f4 Je2ly 4 +4 lEO W RILEY 01 Blielbyvillo Ky Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules ToVriglit ofWrMiddelton druggist1and used them for Sour and Consti patios and found that they gave me im mediate relief every time 1 think it an excellent remedy Yours very truly 9 Geo W Riley The World eg Almanac and- Encyclopediae 4 for 1899 AND- TIIustrated History of the Spanish American War fREADY FOR SALE- EVERYWHEREf l JANUARY Jst J899 f1 iiii ot i iTogether with The Battle Calendar of the Republic Compiled by EDGAR STANTONMACLAY Historiafl of the U S Navy jJJ THE STANDARD AMERICAN ANNUAL1 jjtjt PRICE 25 GENTS otjtj Postpaid to anyaddml THE WORLD Pulitzer BaMag NEW YORK SOR CALDWELLSN I WHAT HEARD AirUNCASTER Vhilo sitting in a Lnncaster hotel a low nights ago I observed several men busily engaged in conversation appar ently trying to see who could tell the biggest lie and thinking it an oportun Ity to learn a few that were fresh as I heard one of them start oil on some thing about his export gunnery in the west of course I moved my chair a little nearer the crowd then listened at tentively to hear his story Why gentlemen said the gifted liar I have actually taken my Winchester rifle and killed two swallows at one shot flying as they would cross each other in the air I claim the championship of the world with a gun he continued and as better proof of this Ill tell you a little something that took place only a few weeks ago Up on Panthebum creek near where I lived are lots of rattlesnakes There Pre also a bountiful ftipply of deer In the woods One night I was hunting with a fire lamp In some thick brush my light was extinguished At the same mo mentl heard tho rasping rattle of u snake 1 did not dare move I stood still until I caught the sound again and located the roptic Then with one barrel of my gun 1 fired and before the lliish of the powder had vanished 1 had got a bead on the rattlers head aud bad killed him with the second load The crowd attempted to sniilc Tlip hotel clerk who had caught on the story left the office the clock struck thirteen and some one shouted out that story was a lie But the western gentleman sat un moved and undisturbed Little things like that didnt bother him for he wore the air of a man whose superior as a story teller could not bo found in all the southlandfrom where the PoLo mact washes the hillsides of northen Virginia to the shining sands of the ilexic sea A man who had killed more snakes than St Patrick hadslain more panthers bear and deer than Daniel Loon ever saw could see ns far as au eagle could shoot as straight us a transit needle could hear with the dis tinctness of an audiphono could speak with the softness of a lovers song and then on the other hand could swear with more telling effect than Abe Blupsky ever dared What dill you follow in the west Mr James presently one of the crowd was heard to ask who doubtless was growing anxious for better acquaintance with the gentleman Why said James I was an ex surveyorWill tell us sometltingyon have done in that line that entitles you to the name of exert Certainly replied Mr James Some years ago I was employed to survey a tract of land embracing many thousands of acres This was in Texas Tile time consumed was 19 weeks So accurate was my work and so positive were my figures on the land corner which I was hunting for and which was to be know by a grindstone that had been burled some years before that when I put my Jacob staff down it went through the eyehole Another short pause prevailed then the professional liar began again Gentlemen speaking of my marksmanship in killing that rattlesnake reminds me ot a little snake story in which I was connected that may be Interesting through rather surprising to you for it demonstrates the charac ter of a make in quite a different manner to the vicious and treacherous rep tile all snakes are supposed to be Some years ago ho began immediately after the stars fell in Virginia I found a little rattler that had almost been frozen by the frost I took him home put him before thin fire and let him thaw In time lie came to himself and as he looked about the room I could tell from the ycry expres sion on his face that he was grateful And youre mighty right he was Well I fed him with milk from day to day till he got strong Then I caught him rats and rabbits He grew to the biggest snake I ever saw He was tht pot of the children and I think my wife regarded him as affectionately as she did any other member of the family Time went on and the war broke out Tho day I started I bunted for Bill Bill was the name he went by but he wasnt to be found I went off down the roadand tho first thing I knew Bill was coiled about my legs I just couldnt shake him off lie seemed to know where I was going and my purpose Well to make a long story short I bundled him up in my knapsackand took him along It wasnt long after I joined the army that fighting commenced Now you may nut believe it but Bill made the best soldier in the whole Confederacy Hed slip through time lines during the engagement nail bite the Yankees right and left You see he could do this for soldiers never look at the ground during a tight They aint got time Why sir at Malvern Hill I counted 45 bluecoats that were as dead as mackeral with no more signs of bullet marks than there are on my big toe Bill had done the woik And niggers My my how ho did like to get at em lIe jes seemed to know that they wore the cause of the whole shooting match So Bill served in the army for four years and was honorably discharged Jgold and cheerfulto riches un the trap The Hlser Many a man with his inbusinessting is like the miser whose spring door shut to and locked him in forever Men work and slave and worry and get sick and broken down- forgettIng all the time that health is worth more than happyhome en than great til they hear door of disease thebrightA sick man cannot be happy he cannot accomplish the work he has to do in this strivingman who discovers that his strength and unfailingmeansstamina in the simple yet lpotent restorative power of that wonderful Golden byDrJtVPiercespecialist in diseases of the nutritive organism himbythefollowinghealthbeganmedidues and the more I took theworse the dis busTwllhbreathbeeameoftentimes would spit blood I was unable to vicinitybutworse My father received a book from Dr mineanllmended me to take his Golden Medical Discov ely After taking six bottles of this I can recommend it as one of the best medicines enjoyinggood surelymdPellets They never gripe They regulate tone and invigorate the liver stomach and bowels No substitute BTged by iuer eeeary dealcn to as good s p Si n iIHeiFOR THE DELICATE GIRL i t You have tried iron and t other tonics But she keeps fpale and thin Her sallow I complexion worries you Per fhaps she has a little hacking f z cough also Her headaches and she cannot study Give her i i scons Emulsion I l iiV cough hypophos 9 phites will give new power and 9 visor to her nerves and brain 1iNever say youII cannot 5 take codliver oiluntil you 0 fa 5 have tried Scotts Emulsion fl 6 You will be obliged to change o Qoci it and infants dOnot know V when it is added to their food f i Soc and too all druggists X X SCOTT A DOWKE Chemists New York o49oQoeooce Ooeo oa0it4 with Dick Walker regiment at Citro nelle On the way home wo became separated somehow and I lost him I never grieved so in all my life When I got home the first thing my children asked about was Bill and then when I told em you ou hter seen em cry Ten years went along and I had moved 1to Clarksville Miss some distance from my former home One day a ne pro woman who hind been sent to the spring to do the days washing came running to tho house and by the times e had finished telling me that she had been struck by a rattler she lay dead at my feet I picked up my gun anti started for the wash pots I saw a snake coiled up near the wood pile and drew head to fire when all of a sudden I recognized Bill and about the same time Bill commenced to rattle off Dixie As soon ns he did this about four hundred other rattlers joined him and I never heard Dixie playedso beautifully in all my days Them other fellows was nil Billjs progeny and made them travel along with him in his effort to find me And Bill and all his kin are now on my plantation just as happy as a bride and Id fight for em just as quick as theyd fight for me Onn DEE SEE lie Fouled The urpolI All doctors told buick hamilton ol West Jefferson 0 after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistula he would die unless a costly operation was per formed i but he cured himself with five boxes of Bucklons Arnica Salve the surest Pile cure on Earth and the best Salve in the World 25 cents a box Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 4 I see the Tribune has been scoring me for my views on expansion Whatever may be the views of the Tribune on this question I do not hesitate to state that this expansion business will ruin the American people and that the extravagance of the Administration will ruin the Republican party Just think of itt The debt of the country has been increased within the last few months 200000000 I had hoped to live to see the entire Civil War debt ot 000000000 wiped out I have no hope of that nowJolmn Sherman ex Secretary of State under McKinley Pantagraph what does that mean The Appetite of a Goat Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomach and Liver are out of order All such should know that Dr Kings New Life Pills time wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy gives a splendid appetite sound digestion and a regu lar bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy Only 25 cents at any Drugstore 4 Over one hundred persons disappear in London every year without leaving the slightest traco behind The Western Horseman published at Indianapolis Indiana at 200 a year and issued every Friday stands at the head of Turf and Trotting and Pacing horse journals is handsomely illustrated with pictures of noted horses and gives all time horse news from Call forum to Maine If at all interested in trotters or pacers subscribe for it Time great annual Souvenir number will be Issued February 10 and will be worth more than the price of a years subscription It goes freo to all sub scribers to others 25 clnls per copy Ev special arrangements with the pub Htjers wo are enabled to send the Western Horseman 200 per year and the Weekly CLIMAX 150 per year both for 225 during time year 1899 Give us your order nov23tf Many insects hear and breathe with the same apparatus Time Salvation Army was thirtythree years old the other day The London Mail calls time Philip pines the jewels of the far east In South America Ibero is a race of cats which does not know how to mew Some one has exported a ton of Irish turf for nn Irish fair at San Francisco Ncarlj all skin diseases are supposed to be caused by microscropic insects The pantries at Winder Castle contain gold and silver plate valued at 7500000 Tho American Bible Society has sent 2500 Spanish New Testaments to Santiago Cuba BITTER TASTE It Aids in the Detection of Unwholesome Food Daniel Webster in the famous While trial in Eticw Mass years ago de clared that murder WillotmtThis maxim has been found applicable to many other timings besides murder Housewives know it lobe true tthieii there is alum in baking powder A bitterness in the bread at once betrays the alumtt presence It cant conceal its trne nature Time alum bitterness will out and because it will physi clans who understand the harmful effect of alum oil the system are at a loss to know why people continue to buy baking powders soul for twenty five cents a pound and less contain alum There is surely no economy III using these cheap powders A pure cream of tartar powder such as Dr Price s wts shown to bo at time Worlds Fair goes so much further and gives so much better results there is no doubt of its being more ecouumiixil in the longrujj r i County Court Days Pais Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county first Monday Lexington Fayette county second Monday Stanford Lincoln county second Mon dayGeorgetown Scott county third Monday Danville Boyle county third Monday Nicliolasville Jessamine county third Monday Winchester Clark county fourth MondayVersailles woodforJ county fourth Monday SOUTHERN FARM MAGAZINE Published upon the principal tin t farmers aro interested in more subjects than any other class of men the South era Farm Magazine in its January issue enters upon a wider range of improve ment than ever before Determined to aid as far as possible the healthy move mpiit toward diversification of crops as- a solution of the cotton problem it con tains several practical articles notably two by CuI J Killebrew and MrM V Richards dealing with the progress already made in the cultivation of fruit vegetables grasses and the cereals and valuable liiuts for additional achieve ments These two writers by virtue of their lifo work are thoroughly equip ped with facts and are in close dully touch with events that are placing the South upon a higher industrial and agricultural plane every year and their contributions are consequently especially valuable Side by side with greater variety of crops Southern manufactures are multiplying and becoming more timid more diversified To help this development- Cllpital will be needed timely therefore is an PtrticulurlyI Governor MacCorklo of whiclrhe sets forth succinctly cleary andconvincingly the benefits securing to farmers from a wise cooperation with capital in tho upbuilding of in dustries small and great tim extension of railroads and the opening of new fields of endeavor Other articles discuss markets for hay time value of good roads pea canning diseases among stock the manufacture of starch from potatoes cornraising experimental farms and other topics appealing to the intelligence of tho feaIturesest The contain reading lor the family circle bits of Southern humor selected and original matter for the children comment upon manifestations in the literary world with careful estimates of leading now books suggestive hints about special crops of time South and the record of the movement ofa sturdy population to time South from other regions of the country less inviting Reflecting as it hoes the life of the South the magazine meets tiLe needs of a constantlyincreasing number of thoughtful readers The Southern Farm Magazine is published monthly by the Manufact urers Record Publishing Co Baltimore Md Price SI a year A NEW CURE FOR THE GRIP Persons afflicted with grippe will be glad to know that a free use of hot lemonade will relieve them The Board of Health of London England during tho influenza epidemic of 1889 advised time public sifllicted with the disease to use hot lemonade The perspiration affords the patient except in the so verest cases where medical aid is rei quired It is a well known fat that lemon juice will kill cholera and other bacilli There are three newsy little American papers in Manila The wlieat crop in Madison county was damaged by sleet The cornerstone for the Gordon Me snoral College was laid at Khartoum Lao Life Policies Will purchase them if they provide for paidup insurance nnd three annual paidnAddress R MITCHELL CO dec2s4w lit Sterling Ky W thInkanwealthWrltJOiiNnay Washington o cfor their 1AO prtea oSer and list ot two hundred lurenUona wonted REGENERO COMPLETE BLISS It fF1e The Great 4 Restores Lost Vitality Makes the W siro FRENcn LIM3DY tmerIeanatho most coMiiillcaliil qtaj of Xervon DcUtltV or tukkIAofllis nO or ltK n Kll anwf men wilt reo din Uirtr Kt inniilion1 atil dil lei will rcoorci tornesses Iinpounry Varliocil Siicrniiittorhca NlBlitlr EinUsIons Tnt nraln an1 Moncnlar Ppnrcr pOndrllrnlnw or xenial cirrtualKl kilcxn lion which untiL one far bwJneO study urmarriar fl UUKim brItrrp4nrotthe110tavslochCanba arrkiH i 111 iy mali RlOO itr reitinttheCfrljsAra free AldI American Ofnco c f fCunrJFox sale In Richmond by Perry Thomas Druggists sept21ly L 1ifrtEJ DRIVING IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE and you can also say extreme ly comfortable when you ar6 driving in one of our easy and handsome Buggies and Phaetons Our stock of fine carriages vis unsurpassed for 1 tyst511eC9ur hilitymng general superiority anti we are seliing hem at prices that will surprlsVyou quality con sideredi JOHN DoNELSONite 0c ILLINm ENTRAL SHORT LINE TO New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Louis throughtoAsk your ticket agent far particulars or write AgentLoulsvllteFree Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orleans KELLONDAO irentlnelitt and Ncural jia cured Dr MILES PAIN PILLS Ono cent a dose I 94 fill 2 LLLhJmIO I LV AM 88 YEARS OLD andxievercaetl Pineluhoney r In grip as well us coufhs and colds It makes weak ones etrong Mrs M A Metcalle Peducali iCy S S e S S S S S S S S S S S 55 5 S SaS e a s s a 0 O4O4I t fPLEASE i A i I CANDY CATHARTIIO iO- c25cSOc IS S a a a s a F iVtI IO csi Ring out tho old Ring in the new Ring out tho false Ring in the true We 3g to you the new and true from the pIney forests of Norway DR BELLS PineTarHoneyNatures science to a Pleasant 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 DY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottle Only 25c SOc and 100 Slzei BE SURE YOU GET Dr sells PinilTarHonty For sale by Perry Thomas successors to W Q White outnern Mutual nv1mn1 Compny Of Lexington Kentucky Plan Life Insurance Reversed We Pay While You Live They Pay WhenYou Die OVER 13300000 PAID IN MATURITIES OVER 5000000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS STATEMENT DECEMBER 1898 Numeral 46 Coupon Fund Balance from November S 88 40 Fines and Transfers 30 30 Installments 5040 Total Coupon lund 5174 30 Coupons nellecin ed 5080 05 Balance 94 81 Reserve Fun l Installments SI 00 Interest o 304 45 Total UcEorvo Fund lor December 2054 45 Total Paid CertificatoHolders 13324455- TolalPassed to Reserve Fund 19200 75 LIVING BENEFITS PAID DECEMBER 1898 SPECIAL REDEMPTION Address Cost PaidNameD Good Estate Lexington Ky 54 50 150 00 ll II U ii 54 50 15000 B V Johnson Co Baltimore Mil 51 50 15000 OR Marshall Lexington Ky 47 50 133 00 D B Jones ii it 47 50 13500 RFJohnsonCo Baltimore Md 54 50 156 00 KF Johnson Co II 54 50 156 00 II F Johnson Co It 54 50 15600 W F White Estate Lexington Ky 51 50 15600 ii Ii Ii i 54 50 156 00 ii t ti ii i 54 50 156 00 ii It 54 50 150 00 LAM Grief Louisville 53 50 153 00 Dr S II Stevonson Chicago III 51 50 14700 G E Clark 25 75 73 ro- W F White Estate Lexington Ky 54 50 iso 00 i II i I 54 50 156 00 R A Good 5350 15300 It F Johnson ft Co Baltimore Md 5450 15600 II it Ii 54 50 156 00 ii ii 5450 156 00 i it 51 50 156 00 ii 54 50 l6 00 II 54 50 156 00 5450 156 00 00riDR Johnson Co Baltimore Md 15 50 129 00 i i ii 51 50 147 00 U ii 4C 50 13200 Iiii I 53 50 15300 R GULARt REDEMPTION Name Address Cost Paid G S Haydon Ovvensboro Ky 44 50 12600 Dr A r ray lor Lexington I 42 50 120 00 John Ii Fischer Xiouiaville 4350 103 12 14AM Grief 4260 10043 Total 179275 508005 Profit Over Cost 328730 FOR FULL INFORMATION ADDRESS A SMITH BOWMAN Secjokary 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