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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w- I JI ii TT1Ti j IT J v c 9THERICHONDCLI1VAX I VOLUME 25 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 18 1899 NUMBER 33 li GRIGSBY 1VIUNCEYj- sjfrf1 Agents Eastern 1teIlt1- kyEquitable Life NEW YORK ttt AGENTS WANTED IN UNOCCUPIED TERRITORY OFFICEMain Street Richmond Ky d SOLICITORS WANTED EVERYACTIVE for The Story or the Philippines by Mural Halxtead commissioned ernment us Official Historian to the War Department The book was written In army camps at San Francisco on the Pacific with General Mrrritt in the hospitals at Honolulu in Hong Kong in the American trenches at Manila in the insurgent camps with AgniI jaldo on the deck of the Olympia with Dcwey and In the roar of battle at the fall of Manila Bonanza for agents Brimful of original pictures tken by covennent photographers on the spot Large book Low prices profits Freight paid Credit given Dror all trashy unofficial war books Outfit free Address F T Barber Secy Star Insurance BIdge ChicagO oct264m PROFESSIONAL CARDS ona- W MILLER ATTOUMBYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Burnam Building next door to armera National flank feb3ly JA SULLIVfN ATTOKSKVA LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Taylors Hardware store op posite Court on Main Street II B IIOGATTORXRY AT LAW RiciiMosn KBXTUCKY Office No 13 First St up stairs 3130 J 0 D M OIIENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen suits grocery PHTSIOIANS DR II It GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe Ctilin building and to Second Street over Wnite old drugitore CH AS HOOKER TETERINATiY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty BTfOmec up stairs over store rrepUr ncott pied by Richmond Harness Co East M tin St lUChmond yapr7lyJL C JASPER M D Medicine ant Surgery Odicc Collins Huililini Main Street Telephone at rciiilcnce the Curr place on roadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS M D GW PHYSICIAN ANI SUIUIKON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY jnOfflce and residence on Second Street = DENTAL UflT 1t a t t oonIE- IITIST OP TjOUISNILLE Kr- anOfTlcs next door to Government Building nichmSnd Ky Office hours9 to 121 to 4 novl7ly Four nice rooms for rent Call at Dental Office of Dr Hob son next door to postoffice Jn FRED SMITH DENTIST WOalcfl over Cnliins Grocery same office lately occupied by Dr W W Burgln jan2ly Dr Louis if Laadman No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel ZImmer Richmond Ky on Wednesday February 8 1899 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Richmond Ky feblBly KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY E UX CITE IWJctt Ltlim Kj ERARY BIBLE MEDICAL AND COM MERCIAL COLLEGES Tuition for Literary and Bible Course B a year More than twenty teachers 10000 gymnasium Thousands of sncccsstul alumni Social and moral welfare of students receive special attention to both sexes For catalogues address the President JIyZ7tf ILL1NTLShlojIr New Orleans BestLineto- ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullraan Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Louis ville aud funs through to San Francisco Ask your ticket agent for particulars or write to R Fowler Traveling Passenger Agent LoulfII1 Ky Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orleans A H HANSON WM A KELLONB a P A Chlcaao A G P A Louisville tWrlltcn or the ClIrlax1 A WONDERFUL INVENTION Edilor Climax I am in receipt of a let ter from Ijuf theodore Tompson a colored barber of Urownsvillc Temi asking for information regarding the patent laws for a preparation he has for the purpose of winning tho siirec lions of young middleneed anti old mail women anil the lrofessor en closes a sample lox of the love powders for which lit desires to obtain a pat ent liS ho Ills it Theodore says Urowiirivillo 10 till Jan 10 JSJJ Mr Bluegrass Hill Richmond Ken tucky Ky JlY DKUB Cvz I take my pen in hand to lUte to Ask you for sum information and I trust this will iind you enjoying the same I rite to knouj hefou can givo ute the ruils for obtaining a patent for a now hi fen tion which 1 have jest infented reecnt ly here of Isle It is a lov powder which will not explode but will make any middle ned woman or ole made girl have nflliction for tho donor 1 want to obtaue a patent for these powd era which are the best known to man anti will cure those afllicted with one of tho most horrililo lenses known to man which is namely los I enclose a Simple package of this great majiUal will not gripe or cause headache or leave the system politicatcd If you will give this pill to the ono you desire to warm toward you she will soon be tellin her Iiv or ritin it in portry I enclose 2 thussilonians I suppose he means test mouitUuf men who used my lot powder respectfully write soon T TOMISOX Prof Tho testimonials to which Prof Tompson refers are very logical and convincing arguments in favor of tho professors panacea for frigid affections but I am not ready to indorse the use of ibis powerful love stimulant The testimonials reads as follows Clay City Ky Jan 4 ZSUSTo Prof TompEon Powder Co Browns yule Tonn Dear Sir I have a son that was born blind he used a box of your loe powders as a liniment and now saws wood resplfully HON WM DAY Terre Haut Iml Jan 5 1S99To Prof Tompson Powder Co ttrowns yule Tenn This is to certify that I have boon afllicted with coolness of affection and kindred allectioim for soy oral years I lend your advertisement ill the Itural Intelligencer and I ordered a box of tho powdcis It com pletely restotod my affections and I am now nil smiles A friend of inino who was born with out liver or lights used your powders as a aulve and now lies a 17pound liver and electric lights SAJI S IIEY I would say to Prof Tompson that Icannot indorse his powders Vhile they no doubt contain many inarilo rions qualities anti jud iug from the strength of the testimonials would doubtless fill a long want as a headache and heartache cine there should be no free and reckless use made of them for the purpose of coaxing and luring away the gentle aUectiona ol the old maids who prefer to remain in single blessed ness I can imagine no more pathetic sight than to behold a gentle lassie of J7 summers plus a low hard winters trying to conceal shattered heart and a set of false teeth and struggling to hold a light rein on the affections which due so tenderly nourished and set up with nights for 37 or more years and then and there be unduly rob bed of those affections by some un principled cuss who would not hesitate to clinch the engagement with a win dowglass diamond set in brassiest brass Imagine dear reader your own self having held close communion with atlections had gotten to bu attached to tlwmlIke a city policeman to his beer and thou at the nge of 38 or 40 just in the heydey of your smiles have your young ami tender heart fricasseed into a blister by a kind of patent ground up dcgfennel fed to you in caramels or gobs of ice cream Nay tiny you black rascal I cannot render you the weight of my influence to sow widespread over this bctronbled world your voodoolike love distractor You must go elsewhere and nnant 7 d SM f f JfW roE tf hPJ When the children get their feet wct and take cold give them a hot foot bathza bowl of lot drink a Of Cherry Pectoral and pet them to Lcd The chances ere they will to all right in the rnomir Con tinue the Cherry Pcotcrzl a levi days until ell cough has dis appearedOld arc clso cured we mean the coughs of bron chitis vesk throats and irritable lungs Even the hard couglis of consumption are always made easy and cured by the continued use cf AiieSCc pector Every doctor knows that wild cherry bark is the best remedy known to medical science for soothing and healing inflamed throats lungs Put ono of Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plasters over xr EE IflfQS The Dost Ketftesl Advlco Fraol- Ve now baTe gamed the raoit emi sent iliTifjxi tu lira Utiitrd KtatJ Unuiiial eTj mini IageIvil dice ftnln ntiy tiicm fur innu pu bintleal idrlce Write licey lilt JW iiarUtulari 1tiTonrcn AdJrta Ilr J C tVii- 1cieuJ itatl iIo iA As J OOALSOWIELY PuRE BAKING POWDER I Makes the food more delicious and wholesome J for I cannot become partner to any such lowdown cussedness especially as you send no stamps for reply- liLUKaiiAss DIM Mr S A Farklcr Editor of till Micanopy Kin Hustler with his wife and children suffered terribly from La Grippe Quo Minute Cough Cure was the only remedy that help thorn It acted quickly Thousands of otliprc usn ihfo remedy as n specific for La Grippe and its exhausting after effects Douglas Wells BRYAN SPEAKS TIio famous Duckworth Club of Cincinnati gave its annual Jackson Uaj banquet at tho Gibson Saturday even ing About four hundred were present including ColJ Bryan who wat the guest of the hour After addresses by Mayor Tafel and Judge Jacktoii Col Bryan was intro duced amid deafening applause and miulo a ringing speech some idea ol the force and logic of which may be gathered from time following extract flue Democracy of the nation is btill defending Jeffersonian principles with Jacksonian courage anti has no thought of departing Ironi the principles enunci ated at Chicago in ISJG That platform will live in history and the hour of iii adoption will be remembered as the hour when the money changers were driven from tho Democratic temple That platform denounced govern mont by injunction and the sentiment against government by injunction is ill cleaning That platform denounced the trusts and declared them to be a menace that menace is greater toilay than ever before That platform warned the people that a conspiracy was on foot to give to tho national banks a monopoly of the issue and supply of paper money that conspiracy is now known to every urn That platform denounced international bimetalism as a delusion anti a snare and its condemnation has boon justified Other platforms have boon forgotten but that platform is as fresh in tho memory of friend and foe because it was clear and positive upon every pub tic question To those who believe inequality before the law the Chicago platform is still an inspiration it is a terror only in those who seek to use the government for personal and private endsIt has been attacked at two points but the attacks will not harm it Some who opposed the platform in 1S9G have promised to return to the party on con dition that the party will drop tho moncj question anti confine the fight to the trusts The offer will not beno copied The Trusts opposed tho Dem cratic party in 1890 because time Chicago convention took the party out of the hands ot the Wall street crowd and adopted a platform which precipitated the plutocracy which the party had hold in solution for several years The gold Democrats had a chance to crush out tho trusts during Mr Clevelands administration but they did not do it The gold Republicans are having their opportunity now but they Inc not improving it The trusts will fall when tho gold standard is overthrown and not until then Mr Cleveland was elected in 1892 upon a platform which declared for the use of gold and silver as the standard money of the country anti for tho coinage of both gold and silver without ills crimination against either metal or chargo for mintage and yet Mr Clove land found no ilHHrulty in supporting ihic single goM stamlanl Tho Demo cratic paily will unit ictnrn to tho days uncertainty and OVUMUII AYliun the opponents of 1G to a ruo upon an other ratio it will be time enough to compare the merits ot a new ratio with the merits of the old ratio Tho Chicago Uatform was good when it was adopted j it grows better with age It was strong in 1896 it IS stronger now Tho Emptiest things may exert tho greatest iiilliit iuo Do Witts Little Early Risers arc unequalled for over coming constipation and liver troubles Small pill best pill sale pill Doug las it Wells MONSTOR EMPEROR ufuxiunilu the Itoman Emperor was over 8 feet high and could wear his wifes bracelet as a thumb ring Once when serving as a barbarian soldier in tho Roman army he on a wager killed an ox with luis fist and ntcAme of the hind quarters for a single meal The Kidney Complexion TIme pale sallow sunkencheeked dislrcssl looking people you so often meet are afflicted with Kidney Com kidneys arc turning to a parsnip color So is their complexion They may also have indigestion or suiTor from sleeplessness rheumatism neuralgia brain trouble neirous ex haustion mill eoiuntimcs the heart acts badly Tho cause is weakunhoaltby kidneys Usually the sufferer from kidney dis case does not find out what the trouble is until it is aiiuast tooJate because tho first jJjLinptonw are so like mild sickness that tlaoy 4 Upt thiUik they neolll1 medicine or a doctor until they find theimelves sick in bed Dr Kilmers SwampRoot will buildup and trtn then their Weak anti ills etetI kidneys vtirify tiucir diseased kidueypoisoued blood clear their con plexion and soon they wit enjoy bet healthYou get the regular sizes at the drug store at fifty cents nud one dollar or yon may first prove for yourself tho wonderful virtues of this great discover SwampRoot by sending your ad dross to Dr Kilmer Co5 jJlngham ton N Y for a sample bottle and a book that tells nil about it both sons to you nbo1tmth1ieoby wail When writ ina kindly mention that you read this liberal tlllcr InTho Jtlchtuou CLI fAX qV FEW LIKE UNTO THESE TWO Tho llarrodsburg Democrat furnishes an interesting history of two aged wo men who reside in Mercer county In the quiet hamlet of Mayo H miles from hero live a reinaknble old couple Susan antI Amanda Monday aged JG and 08 respectively Not many years after thin founding of Harrods burg with nn only brother they came from their Virginia hoin to the Old Fort here where quietly they resided for two years The trip was made In a1 wagon drawn by two oxen From tho ild fort the removed to where May i now stands which was then a sparsely settled corner of Washington county but which lots since been annexed ti Mercer A tinall log house wan erprt ed in which although time worm they still reside A very remarkable Jut the writer is credibly informed is that neither of them ever hn1n sweetheart or a proffer of marriage Within tint many years they have lived together lamp has never been used in tbcir home the use of candles being kept up By economy they are enabled to live very comfortably Their brother long since died and they have no iclaJivcb this side of Virginia Robbed the Grave- startling incident of which Mr John Oliver of Philadelphia was tIme subject is narrated by him as follows I was in a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunk en tongue coated pain continually in back mind sides no appetite gradually growing weaker day hy day Three physicians liargivenine up Fortunate ly a friend advised trying Electric VH ters and to my great joy and surprise the first bottleinado a decided improve ment continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man J know they saved my life and robbed the grave of another victim No oneshould fail to try them Only 50 cents per hot tlo at Perry Thomas Drug Store Simi cessors to W G White 5 NEW YORK FASHIONS None but soft textured materials finds favor for evening wear A ruby velvet jacket gracefully fashioned and trimmed with cliinchillis is a stylish novelty Fun uptodate girl uses a writing table of mahogany with claw feet brasshandled drawers ot ample proportions in lieu of the crstfavoted small writing csk with its limited accommodations A very fetching costume shown at Lord Taylors is of navyblue chev iot trimmed with nasturtium velvet and embroidery- A special variety of velvet has been brought out for evening wear It pos sesses the requisite pliancy for develop hug artistic and clinging effects galore It is known as velours mousseline There is also a satin as soft as foiflard which comes luall colors Face patches are again worn They are useful in accentuating time beasty of some particular feature Placed near tho corner of a bright eye a dainty mouth or near the charmed circle of a dancing dimple a wee bit ot black court plaster becomes a fallfleded side decamp of Cupid Many of the picturesque school frocks shown by nest Co for girlish stu dents are enchanced by round yokes of velvet Many of these dresses havo the youthfullooking full straight skirts others thbugh full are gored The dog collar tie belongs to the tail ormade girL It is an exact copy of the strap dogcollar developed in satin EVELYN CABLE A Thousand Ton urs Could not express the rapture of An nio E Springer of 1125 Howard St Philadelphia Pa when she found that Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption had completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden All other remedies and doctors could give her no help but sho says of this Royal Cure tglt soon removed the pain in my chest and I can now sleep soundly something I can scarcely remember doing before I feel like sounding its praises through out the Universe So will every otto who tries Dr Kings New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat Chest or Lungs Price SOc mId SI 00 Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas Drug Store every bottle guaranteed 5 UNITED STATES THE RICHEST NATION Mnllhall tho English statistician has just made a calculation of the wealth of tho principal nations of the world based on values shown by real estate records buildings merchandise and railroads as well as the circulating medium of each country and places the aggregate wealth of the United States at SSI 750000000 This is t 2720000 000 larger than the aggregate of Great Britain which hold second place double that of France equil to that of llussia Italy Austria and Spain com hilled and mor than seven times greater than that of Spain In connec tion with hfa tubular statements Mr Mulliali calls attention to the fact that wuilu most of European countries have attained their growth the United States is apparently on tIme threshold- of an industrial development of an ex tout of whicli it has noyer dreamed Coughing injure and inflames sore lungs One Minute Cough Cure loosens the cold allays couching and heals quickly The best euro for children Douglas Wells The Atlanta Constitution very sensi bly says A man young or old with a pistolin his hip pocket has already advertised the fact that he is anxious to murder somebody and tho law should deal with him necordingjy How would It do to make a law prohibiting hip pockets Or better how woaliMt do to kilt thesa ieIeyed fools while they are squabs Then they could not possibly boasoin Into numrde- rrsJ ijAK R MARRIA How Members of The Society of Friends Wed Each Other Worcester Mass Gazette A young mail anti woman in this city belonging to tho Society of Friends who have certified their in tention of inarriagH at the city hall are having to undergo the regular form which the society imposes by waiting for the approval of the montaly meet ing before they can be married The first stage in tho proceedings is for them both to appear at the monthly meeting of time siciety which is the only time that any business is done and make Zuiown their Intention They both stand up before the meeting and the maui says With divine permission and Friends approbation I declare my intention to take this anti lie calls her name t be my wife mind then they sit down Hut the sanction of therso ciety for the marriage requires more thaw this lormality It is never grunted unless both parties are Friends and so if one of the young people is out of the fold they have to be married without the formal approval of the society When the approval is ecitred the couple marry themselves Time ceremony is appointed by tho society to take place at some regular meeting or else at one specially appointed In time latter case it mightbe aLa Louse where any one of the society hits the right to be present Hut the most interesting ceremony is that which takes place in a regular assembly of the society at the meetinghouse Any one who has been to a Quaker service knows tho fashion of the meeting house with its high seats in front facing the rest of the meeting The elders usually sit there but when a couplo of young people are going to occupy this conspicuous placeand Intro to stand up bravely without minister or older mind marry themselves AJI old Quaker minister who snit he had seen six couples stand up in this way before the congregation was asked why the young people had to do it alone mud ho said it was a matter that did not concern an intermediate per son but rested between themselves and God Then ho described how the young man would stand up in that high perched place in tho meeting house alone with his bride and iking her hand say In the presence of God and this assembly I take thee A it to be my wife promising to be unto tree an affectionate and loving husband un- tIl the hand of tho Lord by death shall separate us Time bride then speaks in a similar fashion At the end of this ceremony a minis ter prays or speaks and then when there is a pause anti the spirit moves no one else tile meeting is adjourned At the close of the meeting the mar riage certilicnte which is made of parch ment is brought forward and any one can sign it A special law sanctions this marriage ceremony This document which amounts to the legal sanc tion of the marriage is greatly prized among the descendents of Friends so much so that the children often hare similar marriage certificates made for themselves though they uiay have been married outside of the society Horrible agony is caused by Piles Burns aud Skin Diseases These are immediately relieved and quickly curcJ by De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Be ware of worthless imitations Doug las Wells A4IMALS THAT NEVER DRINK There are in the world several kinds of animal that have never swallowed a drop of water in all their lives these include tho llamas of Patagonia and certain gazelles of the far east A paroquet lived fiftytwo years in the London zoological gardens without drinking a drop and some naturalists think that hares take no Iqilid except the dew that sometimes forms on the grass that they eat A considerable number of reptilesserpents lizards and certain batracbians live and prosper in places where there is no water at all Funnily there are even in France in the neighborhood of tile Lozere herds of cows and goats which almost never drink and which nevertheless produce tho milk of which tho famous Roquefort cheese is made THE WAY TO DO IT Griggs Pshaw thoso Spaniards couldnt hit the side of a barn Grin kam Oh yes I know of one of them who did Grigg He didl Howd ho do itr Gtinkainrlfe stood inside of the barn and tried to fire at tome Americans through an open doorway Meekison of Ohio Has Been Greatly Benefited by Peruna Concrei raaa JI Mceklson of Ohio writes tho following letter to Dr llartrnan Dr S B Hartman Columbus O DEAR ImI have used several bottles of Peruna and feel greatly bene fited thereby 1 have been afflicted on lion D MKKKJSOK with catarrh of the head and feel cn rouraged to believe that continued use of lcruna will fully eradicate a disease of thirty years standing Yours sincerely D MEEKISON- Tho continued receipt of endorse ments like this lot Dr Ilartmans great catarrh remedy provo its value beyond incstion Men of prominence everywhere are recognizing tIme merit of Peruna and are willing to givecxpres lion totheir j dsaeat bcenuscn certain ahsoluto euro for eatarth is c puWic gG All drnsgisls sell Ieruniu u = News and Opinions= = OF National Importance TheSunContain3 + 44 Daily by mail 6 a year Daily and Sunday by mail 8 a year icSc 5t a 5 18 THE GREATEST SUNDAY NEWSPAPER IN TIlE WORLD Price 5 cents a copy Dy mall 200 a year Address TIlE SUN New York Fraiiort Uuil hilroy fIn Effect December 5 1898 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm am pm pm 2 00 6 20 Lye Klchmoncl Ar 7 20 2 Ki 7 09 Winchester U 6 16 21 5 45 Maysville 830 5 930 Paris 840 510 6 2S 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Months 150 for 6 Months 200 for Year For sample copies leave mi- snameyour or write tile- Evening Post Louisville Ky REPAIRING n AND TIMKING FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY FOR SALE The executor of Lee Jako White decease otters for sale privately about iao Aor s of Land of which lies immediately In Foztown tlbo balance is between the mutt ol Wm Bennett anti Dudley Trlbble The latter is in bluegrass and has not been ploughed for thirty years Address John G Cole Ex5 Box 250 Winchester Ky Janl2m For Sae Priv hly tctt- I WM will offer for sale privately my House and Lot situated on tho corner or Notth anti 7th propertyTheblc and other necessary outbuildings the lot contains about feet The win be reasonable for carh WILLIAM ENGLlS1I nov9tf Richmond Ky =FOR SALE lnIjanlllw Waco Ky PictureFraming We are now receiving all of the new things in mould jngsin ebony mahog ny oak and other woods Picture matswhite black and more than fiftyshades and colors in velvet felt and smooth hand tints and other 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WEUDEHBtJIlN A CO Patent Attor nays lt lIJbm x for their prIze offer and list inventions wanted Read ThisI have rented for the several houses ad nowfourand cqulppedfor Rale on easy terms Call at office over Messrs White Gibson store with Stephen D Parrish AttorneyatLaw FLORIDA II PAKRI8H Jan28tf Attorney and Agent All Work Guaranteed LELANE0 VVELER OEriciT72NR SxnEET RICHMOND Ky Advance Advertisement L Jiil weekWLadi10tjls 12 yds Torshon Lace for lii Bargains this week in table linen napkins and counter mnes hi The Maine OT1missiOIJt 1 I Dry c jds3itions and btbeuHiUttieles tf Re ipeuiber thename when in doubt iJlOIi t nOS fil1UllN fi nfgcr Con MAIN AND QuBAfSioi uttJ yi LJCIIMONI hY 0 lwI j IWeflonft Want a Cent Of your money unless you get value received for it For that reason we are always xglad to have you lookaroundI- 5v the store and learn how much better you can do here than 4anywhere else lIE =i cJCD L c L4 oc c- i1 fJ 1CD oJ0 ir r1 r Bedroom SuitesIn BirdsEye Maple Mahogany 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CIIEAPSIDE RICHMOND KY kc QUALITY RESOHAHGE BEPTIL POWER J re tQ wElchsatisfytone t the car 1 t irake or Piano may have one anothertwoanotherthrcc iIOne properties tt ct ff fifit piano eee t t z Kis them all in lurinenioss eomSiaaion Agents in most all Cues If none in yours write us Jtjt EstJb 25 years jZ jit Wayne Organ GO 9rtWayne Indo ang36ra S l LITERATUREJC S IWDiioclls i iicnry James i PudauuIaUugri it an international weekly Journalci literary criiirism It li a romuniin1v 4 new periodical which has otcn from its first number as a tolcw 01 the highest standingSCRITICAL REVIEVSSThoughtful thorough and reviews of all important paHn in the ciriliied world trench German Italian 5I niih as w ai Ecgluh and American work an treated from week to we- ekBELLESLETTRES Special articles appear weekly in the r sometimes under the title u Amonj My 500k written by such welHoown authors and critics as EDMUND QOS3H MAX MULLEU r SIR HERBERT DEAN STUDBS and from dmc time iginat pecCi ollilcrary work 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Weeks 25 Cts- JOCsliaCep SoljcrlpffinUCOa lwp IiPR t 1MtOTtEItS Isicrs Pew YW N V J i- irjJTJ iiSi8iIUi Q isr TTTT1T n T n iii I11 iJ yjl fiL The Richmond Climax i71lrWI1fk ToProprletors tad Editor C B WOODS Associate Editor WEDNESDAY JAN 18 1899 PUBLISH EVERY WKDNKSDAY BY The C max Printing Co PRICK PER YEAR 150 ANNOUNCEMENTFOR We lire authorized to announce JOHN U CIIBNAULT of Madlnon county a candidate for the office of State Auditor subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention McKiNLEY did not side step quick enough to avoid the blows of Hoar Mason Vest and Bryan TUB Stanford Journal wasone of the few papers in this section to give space to the great Chicago speech of Mr Bryan Mn FIFIEII of Vermont in refusing a Scnatorsliip probably had in wind Quay and Hanna ami concluded it was better to keep out of bad company As wo remarked last week the He publican lenders realize that imperialism moons the knocking of somejagged holes in the Chinese high tariff wall WHERE are the imperialists expan sionists or colonists Where is Mc Kinley George Davison and Tom Adams The latter two are still true to their guns but tim rest have retreated gone in out of the rain DID you ever see a wellmeaning oM lady in a zoological garden say poor pussy and attempt to stroke the wild cut in the cage When the Americans attempt totnke charge of tIm Fillipinos they will have a whole nation of wild cats on their hands Gen Forresters Free Press Republican TUB southern people would thank Prusideut Mc vinley to let tim confed orate lend alono If he desires to do something of benofIt to tim country let him count the graves of the Federal deed and cut oil the pensions of all soldiers who havo boon buried over twentyfive yenrs Cynthiana Demo cmt TUB current issue of Life New York contains a cartoon that tolls a story A Filipino man and a Hawaiian wo man are seen standing under an AmerI- can Hug guarded by a soldier A blanket Indian a liquor bottle labeled civilisation protruding from his pocket points to the pair and says I see your finish Ay exchange cogently remarks that Sampsons daughter married last week and this time the Admiral was present Hi tim eiiggainentGreenup- izette The exchange is wrong Admiral Sampson was present at the surrender just as he was at Cerveras Time en gagement was some time before Cyn tliUua Democrat Is This Time Presidents Policy im ploringly asks the Commercial Tribune No it is not the Presidents policy it is somebody elses policy for Mc never had but two policies one a life insur alice policy the other his stroke to catch the South through the oxCon federates Ho is a President without a POlICY Else time Commercial Tribune would not bo askinc its questions at this ate Jay TIm Silver Night Watchman the grantost exponent of Democracy in America with the view of obtaining the sentiment of the party as to the choice for our standardhearer in 1800 IllS addressedletters to the members of the National Democratic Committee from each of the States and Territories The replies we almost unanimous for our great leader William J Bryan and for the Chicago platform IT irakte UB feel mighty good to see Cot Jam eg W Caportons name mon toned favorably for covernor In these days of woolpiillirg wirepulling and tilthslinging it would be a great relief to see a man nominated against whom absolutely nothing moan or disrespect ful ooukl bo saul Let the Republicans nominate Colonel Cuperton the Demo crats select an equally clean man and lets have one more race run on that high plane which granddaddies brag of having in their day Jancaslor Record CiFBrowerGo LEXINGTON KY A Ringing Message Full of Seasonable Sensa ble Hints for the home and its comforts We have beautified manx par lors during the last few weeks and havent many suits loft Here are a few of them At 1900 At 3250 A 3pIece frame covered in silk w a s 27 50 A 0pieco framesuit covered in tapestry beautiful Mwurntion on bacKthat was 1550 ID iJJ4JJJ mahogany Damaskthat mahogany A 5pieco overstuff suit in Damask tx 3 ekxs This is an annual event overy year in January we piecesYoucheap S PECIALBARG ATNS This weukdn Extension Tables U- ldt1IBroerCo1 Sideboards MAIKIANDflBROADWAY LEXINGTON Ky UpUlr 0 j JOHN THOMPSON jvhilc aJWasIiing ton last week1 cast this political horo scope of Kentucky The stars predict a Democratic vie tory next fall He says lion P WntV Hardin will thejDemocratic liomi nee for Governor The next Legisla turewill be Democratic iuboth branches according to tho horoscope drawn by the Colonel and will elect the Hon T C S Blackburn to the Senate CONQHESS has authorized the presi dent to appoint twelve commissioners to represent luVTJnHed States at the Paris International Exposition to beheld in 10004 and Uis understood that half of them swill be Democrats the rest Republicans A number of gentlemen residing in different Stales have been suggested as suitable for these places tAmong UJ nisour towns man exGov McCrcary who has been recommended by some of his former calleagues in Congress But Mr Mc Creary has not filed personal applies tion with tho president for the appoint went TouciiiMi on prohibition Gov Stan ley Kansas says time law has been in differently enforced that as a political question it has run its course and as an economic one shouldcommand earnest attention He says the law has been a settled policy in tho state for eighteen years the wisdom of it he will not discus but believes that whatever failure In enforcing tho law has existed is due mainly to the metropolitan police sys tern which ho declares a failure scan dal and disgrace Ho says time law should be equally enforced with all others and tho metropolitan police system has failed to mcotlho expectations of its friends and its abolition meets with his approval IT is a caution the way one Republi can editor with courage and conscience goes for time administration General Forrester editor of tie Louisville Free Press says V In short we can gain nothing by taking the Phillipines we are under no obligations to take theui but McKin ley thinks it will cater to time popular demand nnd make it easier for Mark Hanna to get him renominated so be is willing to abandon policies and principles of a century of national BUCCCFB and prosperity and launch the country upon a treacherous and untriedocean of expansion so that he may bo ap plauded by the thoughtless rabble And so McKinloy who was so opposed to expansion that six months ago he wrote his fool message pledging this country not to annex Cuba is now grabbing for sovereignty over worthless possessions on the opposite side of the world TIlE probable issues on which the noxt national campaign will be con tested are thus set forth by Hon J M Head momber of the National Demo cratic Committee from Tennessee In my opinion no other name than that of William Jennings Bryan will be considered by time Tennessee Democracy and its delegates to next national convention will undoubtedly be in structed to vote for him no matter what the issues of the campaign may be There will be several issues fore most among them being that of finan cial reform beginning with the free coinage of silver at a ratio of 1C to 1 and opposing banks of issue Another feature will be tho question of opposi tion to government by injunction and tho encroachments of tIme Federal judiciary Tho regulation and control of trustsand monopolies and if necessary governmental ownership of them will be tho issue Then there is the ques tion of constitutional amendment favoring nn income tax and abolishing all life tenure of office There will bo raised the question of opposition to the policy of converting a war started in the interest of humanity into a war of conquest and to the acquisition of territory not contiguous to our own and absolutely unsuited to our defense The military reputations of the socalled heroes of tho skirmish with Spain wherein less than 300 men were killed and more than 2000 allowed to die in our own camps from neglect will not survive any very great length of time to their credit I do uotthink time man on horseback has yet wade his appear alice WHY CHENAULT SHOULD WIN This section of our state has never yet had proper representation in the division of state offices and unless we are wide awake time next state govern ment is likely to be unrepresented by an official from this section The only chance we see to get in a candidate is to pin our faith to John B Chenault of Richmond for auditor amid fight for him to tho finish The office is a most important one to the tax payers of the state and in no section should the people be so deeply interested in time selection of a competant man to fill the po sition as the people of the mountains The farmers of Eastern Kentucky who have in tho past been discriminated against owe it to their own interests to see that the bust man and a man from our end of the state if possible shall be elected Mr Chenaults experience among tho financiers of the state the fact that ho is a resident of the cast end and his instinctive devotion to our interests especially commend him to the consideration of tho citizens of this section and he ought to go to the state convention with the solid vote of every county cast of Lexington to say theJeast The way to win is to got the start and keep it or as old John Harper used to say run from eend to oend Mr Chonault now has the start and if his constituents will but stick to him he is bound to win and stick we must Hazel Green hera- ldRWGLOUS Rev II B Huntsman of Lexington Bible College will preach at Jit 1lens ant church next Sunday Rev T Q atkineDEATHS TuexEitIn Mexico Missouri Jan nary 5 1809 Samuel Turner aged 30 years Deceased was born In Madison county Ky March 181818 After reaching manhood lie move to Boono county Missouri After living in Boone county for same time lie returned to Kentucky where ho Vobided until about forty years ago when he wentlo And rain settling three miles south of Mexico where helived until seven years ago when lip moved to Mexico Mr Turner had been married four times his last wife surviving him By his second wife there were born three children Curtis Turner and Mra Mattie Williams of Kansas City and Mrs Allie Cowan of fronton City Ho StUrgeonC1 i TJnbeliefpuls up the bara when truth e8juLtniRT oo PERSONAL Mrs B II Neale is suffering from an attack of grippe Mrs Richard Miller jiB visiting in HuntsvIlle AUv Hon Tyler Barnett of Louisville is hero attending court Miss Hood of Lebanon is tho guest of Mrs I S Irvine Miss Lottitf Karris has returned after a visit to Lawronceburg Mr James Davis was In Louisville several days last week Mr Jake Collins returned Saturday from a business trip south Judge Beckner of Winchester is in the city attending court Mrs Walters left yesterday for Lou isville to be gone several days Miss Birdie Zaring is at home from a delightful visit to Georgetown Miss Sue Hume will visitMiss Esther Burnam at Frankfort next week Mrs Mary Hcrndon Logan is quite ill of pneumonia at the Glyndon The Ladies Musical Club was enter tamed by Miss Lynn last Wednesday- Mr C E Smith returned Sunday from a business trip to tho mountains Mr Norris representing Uelknap Co of Louisville was in tho city Fri day Mr Lacy Moffet is spending several days with his brother Harry Moffet at C UHon C J Bronston is in tho city on legal business anti will remain several days Mr Robert Thornton a prominent Lexington lawyer was in the city last weekMr James Blanton of Winchester is spending the week hero attending court Miss Anna McKenna of Lexington was time guest last wee of Miss Annie McKce Mr and Mrs William Boone of Lou isville ore the guests of Mrs J Stone Walker Mr Spreatly a wealthy New York dealer was in town Tuesday buying horsesMisses Mary Little and Julia Higgins are tIle guests of Miss Sprinkle of Cut pepper Va Mrs C E Smith returned Saturday from a two weeks visit to friends at Nicholasville Miss Mattie Uosley of Stanford is the guest of Dr H C Jasper and wife Broadway1IUss McCormack has returned to Paint Lick after a visit to friends in South Carolina Mrs I Shelby Irvine entertained at dinner on last Wednesday in honor of her sister Miss Hood Miss Laura Lynn will leve Friday for Tenn where she will spend the remainder of the winter We are glad to see Mrs Eugenia Hume and family at their old home on Lancaster avenue again Mr J W Smith left Tuesday the lOtln for Benoit Miss to attend tho sale of James Richardson deceased Miss Kate Blanton will leave shortly for Montgomery Alabama to be the guests of Miss Annie Pearson Mrs Laura Thompson of Mt Ster ling arrived yesterday to visit her daughter Mrs Neale BennetL Mr Jess Beasley of Bourbon county was the guest of his brother Mr It N Jeasley of Paint Lick last week Dr Giles Harris and wife of Mis souri who have been visiting friends here have moved to Speedwell to live Mrs T E Baldwin who has been yislting her daughter Mrs Brittain at Annapolis Md returned home last Friday The Stanford Journal notes the pres once in that place of Rev L B Tiiuber lake who is visiting Mr and Mrs Robert S Lytle Hons James D Black and W R Hack of Barborurville are in this city James D Black is an uncle of Attorney- S R B Black of this city Miss Olivia Baldwin will leave next week for Annapolis where she will spend the remainder of thewinter with her sister Mrs C B Brittain Mr S Deatherago has sold his farm on Tales Creek and moved to town He says ho is at homo to his friends on time corner of 7th and High street Mr Green Clay of Cincinnati was welcomed home for a brief stay last week He is practicing law in time Queen City and is succeeding nicely Mrs Bcttio Chcnault nnd daughter Miss Emily left last Tuesday for Wash in ton where they will spend time re mainder of time winter and the spring monthsTho of a serIes of dances to be given by the C U Cotilion Club will take place at the Masonic Temple Friday evening Quite a number of invi tatiouH have been sent out and it prom ises to be a brilliant affair Fifty of Richmond representative men met at Mr Rhodes Slmckelfords office Thursday evening for tho pur pose of organizing a German Club Mr R W Miller was made president and the first of time series will occur early next month Mrs C D Chenault was hostess at an informal luncheon Thursdoy Those present Mr and Mrs D B Shackel ford Mrs John White Mrs J W Smith Mrs J W Caperton Mrs Thos Phelps Miss Hood and Mrs I Shelby Irvine Miss Willis of Richmond is visiting her brother Dr T N Willis and family Miss May Escott has returned from a delightful visit to Miss Blanton- at Richmond Miss Escott will leave in a few days for Greenville Miss to spend tho balance ot time winter Shel SentinelDr Bingo of New York has been extensively entertained during his visit to various friends in this city Dr lUnge is a great social favorite in both Now York and Lexington Lexington Herald Dr Ringo succeeds Dr Ed Wines as prcscriptlonist at Douglas Well drug store Dr R M Phelps who has practiced medicine here the past year and made many friends during his sojourn has decided to movo to Paducah where he will form a partnership with Dr Cicero Eubanks formerly of this cairn tyStanford Journal Mr aiid Mrs J A Walters time ar tists are now at Richmond They are first class people and the citizens of Richmond will take their work Judge J Q Ward of Bourbon will we understand soon go to the City of Max ico for tim benefit of Ills health Cya thiana Democrat Mr Fred A Miller the hustling cigar manutaeturer of Richmond was In Jhe city yesterday looking after business interests He uiakes only thim ineSt brands and they have acquired a big h o reputation for their general excellence See his announcement in this paper and give the goods a trial Winches tor Democrat Stanford has a genuine Cyrano de Bergerac In tho person of John MMc Roberts If you dont believe it look at his nose since a boil has got tho bet ter of itMrs John A Haldeman Miss Jean Buchanan and John and Burch Buchanan grand children and Miss Jean Bruce Hadenmn great grand daughter of Mrs Sallie Ann Higgins came up from Louisville to attend her burial Stanford Journal Friends of Mr James B Dcatherage and Miss Daisy Russell Campbell will bp agreeably surprised with this the first public announcement of their en gagement They will be married next Wednesday Jan 25 at 130 p in at time homo of time brides mother Mrs Harriett Campbell on Fifth street The attendants will be Miss Mary Campbell and Mr Sam Bales Rev Jasper K Smith will probably perform the ceremony after which Mr and Mrs Deatherage will leave on a bridal tour MARRIED FOIUJESBAKNES Casslus M For bes and Mrs Talitha Barnes were mar tied yesterday at 5 pm Ilt Will Barnes near Red lions Rev S A Owen officiating Time bride is an ox cellent lady widow of James Barnes The groom is a faithful citizen well liked sober and industrious They will livo on Al Williams farm near Red House About The Electric Lights Superintendent Frank H Adair informs time CLIMAX that ho will run the dynamos day and night supplying not only light at all times but power for running machinery of all kinds Time incandescent lights each of which will bo of ICcandle power will cost one cent each per hour during use one light being abundant for each pri vate apartment It is understood that it will cost practically little or nothing to wire a house so that the now light may be cheaply and quickly introduced anywhere The work of erecting poles has begun and we understand for time present two hundred and twenty will be put up- Time novelty of arc lights will also be witnessed as soon as time plant can be erected in about ninety days The Council has ordered two of these 1200 candle power arc lights to bo suspended on Main street in front of court square one at First street the other at SecondMr says he has every assurance of success and that lie will not only have abuudatit light mid power for all who may apply but that he expects the dentists to operate their lathes seamstresses their machines printing offices their papers etc etc by the electric power which he will furnish as cheap as it is supplied in Cincinnati that being one of the express condi tions upon which the Council granted the company its rights Killed in Far Off Oregon We mire requested by Mrs Curran C Smithof this city end Mrs G A Lackey of Lancaster to note the death of J W Williams in Astoria Oregon Deceased is a descendant of Archibald Woods a pioneer of Madison county and thereby related to time Smiths Ca pertons Goodloes and others of this city and county Mr Williams was a man of great intelligence and personal popularity The county of which Astoria is time county seat is one of the strongest Re publican counties in the State Mr Williams was a Democrat but his per sonal popularity carried him through to success in a race for the office of Register of Deeis three years ago At the last election ho was chosen Sheriff A lew days ago Sheriff Williams was called upon to make the arrest of a man by the name of Willard who had the reputation of being one of tho most jlcsporate characters in the State The residence of State Senator Ful ton at Astoria had been robbed and circumstances pointed to Willard as the guilty party Sheriff Williams accom panied by two deputies and Senator Fulton proceeded to the house of Wil lard to make the arrest They met a warm reception As they entered time house Willard opened fire on the posse killing Williams aud one of tho depu ties and ounding the other Senator Fulton who is said to be a man of iron nerve win in time thickest of the affray Time three men were shot down at his side but a bullet from his revolver killed the desperado Deceased leaves a mother and four brothers all of whom reside at St Joseph Mo His mother resides at 2735 Penn street that city to whom is ox tended time sympathy of many Ken tucky friends Death of The Pioneer ol Dallas County Texas Mr W Watts just homo from Texas gave THE CijiMAxa copy of the Dallas Texas News Jan 5 con taining a large picture of William B DalJasUountytogether Inasmuch as time deceased was closelv- reiated to the Millersof this Coul1tand- was born here the following extracts will be of Interest hIr William B Miller one of the yesterdayOak Cliff He was one of time ancient landmarks of Dallas county was known daysbeforoof slaves and a large tract of land In fact was a large land owner at tho time of his death Undo Billy Miller James M Patterson and Judge Hord of Oak Cliff have been regarded of late years as the three surviving pioneers of time north Texas of other days Time triumvirate was shattered yesterday when Mr Miller passed away Tho following facts are cleaned from publishedWilliam B Miller a pioneer of Dal Ins county was bord in Madison county Kentucky in 1807 tIm second of seven children born to John and Mary KentuckyTimeAlabama in 1818 arid opened up a farm and his death oecured in that state in 1864 His Wife survived him until nf ter time war William B Miller was reared to farm lifo nnd educated in the public schools of Madison county and Aardsd Highest lioner3Worlds Fair DJPo i rtR W- BJUONfi NWDIR MOST PERFECT MADE Frefroom40 TEARS TlIB STAWDAKD also at the Academy atoJJuntsviHp Ala Ho subsequently rented land ariden gaged in farming but in time vc rI831 began merchandising at Newmarket Ala which ho followed two years when on account of tho Henry Clay bankrupt law he failed in business He then moved to Tennessee and again engaged in farming for ten years after which in 1847 or fiftytwo years ago lie came to Dallas county settling in precinct No4 In 1836 he bought COS acres ot land but later sold seventy acres for 30 an nero and afterward bought two microS back giving therefore 12500 He was married in Madi Elizbethwhoso ancestry on one side is traceable back to the Cherokee Indians noblest specimen of their race By this mar riago there was one child Charilns who married and settled in the Cherokee nation in time Indian Territory He was a gallant colonel in the confederate army from Texas and was known as Crill Miller His mother died in Alabama in IS35 and in 1837 the subject of this sketch married Minerva Barnes She died in 1856 after having five children viz AIoiizo who died in 1855 Martha who married W C Leonard of Kaufman county Mary who became tho wife of Mr Guess Elizabeth who married John Edmpuson and Luson who married Dr Ewing of this city In I860 Mr Miller chose for his third wife Mrs Madison M Miller of Dallas Three children were the result of this marriage Charles J Hand Minnie Miller the latter tho wile of StateSena tor Phil Barry Miller of this city For more than fortyfive years da ceased was engaged in farming in Dal las county and wtre recognized one of the leading and progressive citizens of the community Of late years owing to advanced age and feeble health he led a quiet life leaving the manage mont of his farm to his children In politics ho was an uncompromising Democrat and had begun voting the ticket upward of seventy years ago He was a southerner of the old regime and the hospitality of antebellum days was a feature of life at the old homestead which is located five miles south of Dallas Ho lived to the ripe old age of 91 years and died respected by nil who knew him Deafness Cannot He Cured by local applications as they cannot reach tho of the our There is only oao way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of tho mucous lining of time Eustachian 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 bo ta ken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be de strayed forever nine cases out of ten mothingbutcous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deatness caused by catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY fcco Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists The Halls Family Pills are tho best 1m CORJJ3SPONDENCEfDelayed IRVINE Estlll Coontyl Master Burton Smith returned from Paris Wednesday- Mr Bowman of Canada who has rented the Conroy house in East Irvine arrived Friday with his wife and two childrenMr D Miller spent several days in Irvine last week We were delighted to see him He is known as one of our best young men Thursday we were rejoicing because a boat load of coal had lien but that night it sprung a leak and sank before morning Irvine is very quiet this week All who were visiting here during time holi respectivehomesturned to duty The public school closed Saturday afternoon Mr Edward will begin a subscription school February 6 All his pupils like hum very much and we predict a large attendance Mr George Vaughn left Irvine Mon day afternoon As he is now nttending- tho exington Business Collego we suppose his visits to Irvine will not boas frequent as they have beon Mr Jon Wagers entertained a num ber of friends one day this week and immmnmenselyJoe very much He has returned toK WC Rev W B Ragan held his quarterly meetings at Irvine Saturday and Sun day but a severe attack of grippe pre- entoll his going to his next appolnt- mrnt which was filled by Rev Edward AllenWillie Miller left Friday for Tennessee where be has the pleasure of being with his sister Mrs J J Newport and will also take advantage of five years of college life He has our best wishes Mr Grayam rented the property of hayingitreturned from Canada 1riday with his family and is now occupying his now hoUle- Messrs R M Bergman and W P Williams have returned from a visit to Frankfort and Lexington From the way the faces ol these young men are beaming with smiles and from the strict way are attending to busi lIes we would judge things are getting serious A number of our young ladios spent time day last week with Miss Maude Miller TIme industrious ones hud their fancy work while the others plavect crokinolt TIme yoummg ladles partyLetnot say so much- Saturday morning Mrs Will Park received a telegram stating that her mother Mrs Poynter had bid her loved ones and friends farewell and had gone to meet her other loved ones eerlastiugjoyamllrnlPiness at the internment time last token of love and duty wo can show those near amid dear to us Our sincere sympathy is with tho family- Correspondent will please sign their name to items each weak Same will be withheld from pubiicationIE- DVALLEF VIEW Mrs Jack Houp is very Jow with fever Mrs John Brock is on the sick list W J Roberts ot London was in tho city Monday The Kentucky river was on tho ram page a few days last week E F Masters bought from S Liza Baker a house and lot in Valley View The Darker Cedar Co received a good number of logs tho past week and will begin sawing today Miss Lela Harris who successfully placolastiot Monday The Southern Lumber Co received about thirty thousand logs on time recent rise in Kentucky river They began operation Monday giving employment to a great many men getdrierriver gets higher and falls lower than any other river Wo have ugliernnd meaner mon than any town in the country We have better looking men and better people than any other mans town Our women heaven bless thorn are sweeter have bigger hearts wear shoes three sizes too small fortheminake more fussabout what they dontgct than any women anywhere Albert Dozier of this place is in re brotherRobertTeniu in whci the former scuds a note tImeTennesee followsthe 2d Missouri soldiers on the way to DridgerortAlaffPuNC YoLnotice It vas found by MrI DVier durhl a rise in the river and While heiivas assisting in removing some falsework at Danville Tenn iHott far did it float If youwant to see pretty girls fast boys thailatter known as smart Alecks and bo treated to time best time country affords in the wnj of mud and water visit us while the last two named ne cessities last JAY ELL Baa Tho man who lives for self is not missed when ho dies oe N LLION 7 li0 Sole agents for the ebrated Pine Knot Coal None genuine but ours II clinkersiNear R NI B depot iTelephone 2- 1Creditors O CP O 8 Hotice AH persons knowing themselves indebted to the estate of the late Dr J M Foster will come forward at once and settle or else accounts will be sued on J C CHENAULT Janl8tf Atty for Mrs J M Foster ACTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED EVEItY for The Story or the Philippines by Murat Halstead commissioned ernment as Official Historian to the War De partment The book was written In army camps at San Francisco on the Pacific with General Merritt in the hospitals at Honolulu In Hong Kong in the American trenches at Manila In the insurgent camps with Acnl jaldo on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey and in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila plcturesprofit1rclghtunofficial war books Outfit free Address nmdgeChicagO Estray Cows I have two stay cows in my possession which I will dlver to owner upon proper proof ownership and payment of expenses I desire to give legal notice of the above fact- sNonnis BROS Stock Pens anJl2w 17F F I 71 71 F 71 71 h m I7ih Are YOU married +++++HH++++++++++ ++ +++++ I mean to any particular house if so get a divorce and + buy where you can get the BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY Come to my store and convince yourself of the wonderful reduction in Wraps Dress Goods Underwear Wool Hosiery Blankets Comforts and Notionsof all kinds L DONTtII A That our line of Mens Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best m in the cIty I also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls My 7 Istock of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only a few prices ithat are now making them so Blankets Allwool 100Yard Handkerchiefs Perfume Overcoats Always advertisement I money ill I1eDy OOWEN McKEE O Cor Main Richmond Ky L 71 7 u I STRENGS1oGreat Semiannual CLEARING SALE going great induce inents offered want close everything that pertains winter This our inducement H OFF FM REGULAR PRICE Mens and Young Mens Suits 500 Suits 1 off now 375 700 Suits i off 525 750 Suits 1 off now 565 800 Suits i off now GOO 1000 Suits i off now 1200 Suits i off now noo 1350 Suits i off now 1015 1500 Suits t off now 1125 Mens ani Young Mens Overcoats fi 600 Overcoats 1 off now 450 750 Overcoats off tlow 5 05 1000 Overcoats off now 750 ciy 1200 Overcoats i off now 900 1500 Overcoats i off now 1125 cy 1800 Overcoats off now 1350 Onefourth Off on all BRATED EMERSON SHOES I 350 Emerson Slices off now 2G5 500 Emerson J off now 375 PANTS = off now 190 now 125 now now now 300 now 340 500 now 375 1 125 14 now 14 off now 115 14 now 1304 14 off now 170 14 now 190 M off now 225 50 14 off now 38 100 14 off 125 14 off now 14 now 115 200 14 off now 150 14 off now 190 300 14 off ft Q L 104 38c to 500 21 +Ladies 15c and up Ladies Hose lOc Spool Ic and up Spool Silk 5c 412 Lace 5c Ic and up 5c box and up 3ic per and up and up watch for my can save you I h and 1st Sts is on and i We to to is S now 750- i 1 i i our Shoes 200 now 150 now 7ii for t Suits i off Suits i off now 190 300 Suits J now 400 Suits t offnow 300 Suits i now 375 600 Suits t now 450 h 750 Suits i off now Ten Cents for One Dollar for The Celebrated Dutchess Onefourth on these justly pantsItoff 300 i off 225 i off 95 Tiger Brand Corduroy Pants i off 150 400 i off 450 i off i off bL1 tiI ur tDer Makes 1- P OF SHOES off 95 150 Shoes 175 off Shoes 250 Shoes off 300 Shoes uJDER2TE RS Underwear Underwear Underwear 751 Underwear off 4 Underwear Underwear Underwear 225 I 4 i1 upLadies + Vests Cotton Yards Soap a Brown Cotton yard Clothing 200 a suit 250 h 71 h 7 h now out wear CELE Knee Pant Suits 200 250 off 225 off off 505i4 a a Pants 150 250 Pants Pants Pants 200 Pants Pants Pants Shoes Shoes 250 500 RipHATS HATS 100 Hats 14 off now 0 75 125 Hats 14 off now 95 150 Hats 14 off now 115 175 Hats 14 off now 130 200 Hats 14 off now 150 250 Hats 14 off now 190 300 Hats 14 off now 225 COLORED SHIRTS S 50 Colored Shirts 14 oil now 800 Colored Shirts 14 olf now 75 150 Colored Shirts 14 off now 117 GLOVESS 50 Gloves off 38 100 Gloves 14 off now 75 150 Gloves 14 off 250 Perrin Gloves 14 off now 190 j 200 Trunks 14 off 225 Trunks 14 off now 170 250 Trunks 14 off now 190 300 Trunks 14 off now 225 350 Trunks 14 off now 265 400 Trunks 14 off now 300 500 Trunks 14 off now 375 600 Trunks 14 off 750 Trunks 14 off now 565 7 800 Trunks 14 off now ooo This great sale will not last long as the prices we make will soon anything onefourth off sale H STRENGThe Clothier me Shoer The Furnisher The Hatter YYY F7Jgrjq 1 1I now150 14 nowSnow115 TRUNKS now150 nw450 J1o j h 71 I 71 h ij v i r r H if You tell your folks that when in need of anything in tliQ Hardware Tinware or Stove+++ + + + + COThey++ CASII B+ I And receiving the Largest and Iost omplet StOCk for thc Spring trade j that ever caine to Richmond bhf They have had t lifetime experience m hardware business tind they think they know the I1eoPleS V7R thesamefoot mid your eye peeled for hpddoos DB SHACKELFORD Co 7 yi2laIu d Jh Ic IIj 1 i TOO BUSY we are to of l J 207 KY 18 icno Dr Hobson Dentist TIe last of the scries at coutt bone For one week only Best Granulat ed Sugar 18 IbSl Co The recent high waters did consid erable damage to farms around Red House Best Standard Tomato 3Ibcan 8 cents each 85 cents dozen E Deather age light Poles are being erected about the city There will be 220 put up The It II none but ter iJo cents a cnn for this week only E Co Ballard Bros of Wbitos Station a car load of cattle ovci the R X 1JM The business of D Z and T 15 Taylor at Waco is for sale It is n line stand See ad See Simmons line of Anchor cooking stoves None equal it in the country for price and quIlity Uy us cash we ran posi tively save you 10 to tM tier cent on your E Co There will be two electric arc lamps one at the corner of Maui and First the other at Main and Sec ond Ed Carson has been a to take charge of the estate of hid mother Mrs Arthusa Carson The lIre at Mr home last week was by that with but little loss and a few burns on his hands Robert ELees birthday wlli be duty observed at the couit house tomorrow evening 25 cents uio pro ceeds to go to charity Time creeks of the county wore out of banks last week the mail from Un ion City for the first time in thirty year failing to como in The rains came and tho winds blew lost week with long and the grippo was borne along in its chariot May Powell son of J D Powell of White Hall who is school at stood u exam nation last week an average of Mr and Mrs Ed K Rowland of have rented from Joy Ed Powell a cottage on the Tate Creek pike near Main street and wilt shortly reiurn to this city to live Money costs 0 per cent For cash we can save you 10 per cent Why should you run an account when you can save big money by buying hardware of Douglas Mr S U Duunof Marshall Miun orders time CLIMAX sent to his address Mr Dunn was a resident of Madison until a few years ago nail has many friends and relatives in this county FOR SALE Nice Cottage on Main strcctin Irvine with four rooms mid hall and nil nec essary For sale cheap For cull at this office or write Miss JANE DANIEL Irvine Ky Mr Chosen Mr Iw L Gentry chairman of the Hoard of of re signed and his place was filled by the electicn of Mr T T Mr J D Mitchell was elected of the board New Health Board The City Hoard of Health is now of Dr O A Presi dent Dr A Wilkes Smith and Health Officer the other members are Drs II C Jasper and C H t Cut Prices The goods will be sold at prices named until Feb 18 pounds cum eo 10 Best leaf lard per pound 7 Best can tomatoes 4 8 Best can corn 7 Best cau peaches 121 Best can peas 10 Itolled oats 8 GUS Government Building Flooded Time basement of the was flooded to the depth of six inches by the heavy rainfall last week It appears that an oc curred in not an outlet from tho trench that was miule mound time of the anti when this trench filled up tho contents into the The janitor spent the water out which wits almost to the fireboxes of the boilers t Proctor Knott Cigar For Sale A fine Jersey milch cow and calf For call at this office Landslide Delays Train The It X I B noon train of Fri day was by a heavy landslide at lladcns near Million The load was blocked for hours Chas J Bronston Hon C J Bronston will address the Law Class of Central Mon day Jan 25 780 p in Suljed Dangers of tho Itcwnblic mid How to Avert Them Public is invited to at tend free The Last and Best The leading feature and the last of time winter Lecture Course will occur this evening at time court house where Charles Underhill time from Now York will hold tho boards Enjoying a Good Beginning Wo are to thank tho pub lie for its cordial of time new hard ware firm of They have received nearly all their stock and defy firstclass at tho lowest CASH price A Message Tell to como out this evening and hoar time famous Mrs G W Pickels to the CLIMAX and wo accord ingly urge all wlo would enjoy to the utmost this rare style of to conic early and secure good seats Dont Pay Does It EDITORS have sold tho 40 steers in the CLIMAX to K E Tiptoii of Mt Sterling at 140 to be up last of this month E B It always pays ti advertise your stock iu time CLIMAX The Old Reliable With an unrivaled of lo cal needs in tho hardware business based upon the of over a quarter of a century time old reliable house of D it Co address the public a very SAY in this issue Iteau and digest For Jailrr With to Jim Allen of Cyn thiana Madison county has teen for Jailor The election is in 1101 giving each ample time to get in jail if he is very anxious Our friend will be more than glad to put the whole be hind time bars for four years Leg May Have to bs Mr Robert of Whites Station who had his leg broken about a month ago in two places below the knee by a mule over him with a slide is dolne no good and amputa tion is now talked of Time fractured bono it itt claimed was not set and blood poison is tak jug place Two Important Suits Circuit Court began on only civil cases being tried time most impor taut of which is the 25000 damage suit of Mrs L J Frazee against Mrs E E McCann which is set for next Monday Anothor case is that of R 11 P Palmers executor to recover 10000 life insurance money Notice Time Eclipse Studio over Madison National Bank will busi nets alter Feb 10 Parties from this firm should se cure sittings at once Prices will re main low mid work firstclass No such work will bo turned out at my prices after I close my business J U Kiso Says it Works Like a Charm The patrons of E Cu agree that their cash system is bencH cial to nil parties Cash gets a much larger of grocers now and that renders the change satisfac tory In the course of month many dollars are saved in a course of a year one whole mouths ex penses have been saved New Barber Shop Mr Hugh R Tevis tho man ager of the Tevis Barber Shop and Bath Rooms the hand some outfit lately installed in tie Hotel storeroom amid has oooned thieve one of the shops in Central The shop is Iu charge of white barbers and every tiling is firs tclaes Held Over Was Clark William B Clark colored Is in the toils for having taken a horse from Mr Goo Ve Ballew without that gentle mans consent As JuJgi Sullivan re garded that as a Very error on the part of tho latter was held over to the Grall Jury inW hood About one cent of the thieves confined in time would now be freedom lied they only the consent of limo owners to part with the taken without their ot c I IButSPECIAL SALES every day until after Now Year Our has been phenomenal and very thankful the U1UbliC and take this opportunity wishing each and A MERRY CHRISTMAS I AND14 I SootsI 4 + + + + + + + 4 +++++ + + +++ + ++ WEST v1AIN STREET The Richmond Undorhill Underbill tonight Doaihcmgo Co- Electric Asparagus Dcathorage shipped Saturday mercantile Douglas bringing groceries Deatherage suspended Constable appointed committee Greeulcafs extinguished gentleman Admission continued severity deathdealing attending Winchester splendid receiving Xicbolasyillc positively Simmons outbuildings Particulars Covlnglon Education Richmond Covington chairman composed Kennedy Secretary Vatight Margolens following MARGOLEN Government Building oversight constiuctmg foundation building overflowed bseinent Salurday pUinping Underbill tonight particulars jan82t delayed University incomparable Impersonator requested reception Douglas Simmons conipition Everything everybody Underbill Impersonator telephoned intcrlaiiimeiit CLUlAXI advertised weighed McWuomrrau knowledge experience Shackelford pertinent apologies candidates candidate Lackey compoodleuui Amputated Cuuchman running perfectly Monday important discontinue desiring photographs jnull4w JJeiitherage quantity instantly perhaps popular purchased Glyndon handtomest Kentucky oversight iumndredper penitentiary enjoying obtained property knowledge permission TO PRICES everyone A HAPPY- NEW ij YEARJ I DOOG1AS BifiGHT COMPANY 14 RICHMOND ClimaxV- EINESDYJAN sugar100Ahipa- ckage seriousI iIiIiiiiIi0Neffe Sole agents for the Gel 00 ebrated Fine Knot Coal None genuine but oursIJ We also handle Hay Corn etc nearIus a call Office 0 R N I B depot eTelephone 21- Removals 6 9 QiNIi Mr W E Muncey has moved his family into tho Jack Freeman property lately vacated by Rev Mr Lloyd Mrs R L Gentry has rented the house on Fifth street lately occupied by Mr Muncey and has moved into it Mr A D Miller and family will board with thorn First Time In Thirty Years The mail from Union City failed t6 reach this city last Thursday tho first failure ofthe kind in thirty years during which it las been in charge of Mr Cottman the faitlffnl mail carrier Time excessive high water was the cause He remained at home and sang went to the river but I couldnt get across I jumped on a nigger for I thought he was a boss Call For Mr Combs Inasmuch as he performed every duty with absolute fidelity and second because Democratic practice entitles a Jail hfnt public servant to endorsement by n second term wo earnestly call upon lion Win Combs to offer for reelection as Hoprosentative of Madison county in the Kentucky Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party UNION CITY VOTERS The Boys Will Come Marching Home Orders have been issued from the War Department for the mustering out of the Fourth Kentucky a regiment organized muter the war was over and which has done nothing but cause the private soldieis to kick ngainst the treatment of the officers who appeared anxious to huh onto their stipends Several Uichmond boys Bishop Gordon Dudley among them will soon come marching home Stock Yards For RichmondLast of The Fair Grounds The 1ichmond Fair Amphitheatre will be converted into stock pens the ring used fur showing cattle mind the booths for housing them A chute will ho built at the railroad junction in ono corner of the grounds and shippers ran load and nntonit stork right on the grounds This menus tho last of fairs for Rich nioinl but we hope it will bo even moro beneficial to the farmers and stock dealers We get our information from exSecretary S A Deatheroge A Forger A man who gave his name as Robert Smith went into W h Oldhams late yesterday with a check for 925 on N B Coy and offered it in exchange for goods Mr Oldhams suspicions were aroused and lie hurried to the State Bank on which the check was drawn There it was pronounced a forgery and Mr Ol ham called in Jailer Lackey and deputy sheriffs Wagers and Hun ley After a short confab the young man seized time check and tried to tear it np but Mr Oldhain sicked the olficers on him and in a jilfy Mr Smith was lauded in jailILargest in Richmond Messrs Rice Arnold have smooth ly and noislessly joined their interests in the boot shoe and gents furnishing business lately conducted by Wallace Rice mind are delighted with the reception accorded them by the public Mr Rico has been for nine years In the old firm and is too well known for buginreai integrity and sagacity to need comment Mr Arnoldwasforsix years the popular salesman of Covin toll Mitchell and brings to time now firm a broad knowledge his business and a strong following of friends This firm lays claim to tho largest exclusive boot shoe and furnishing house in time county Scarlet Fever Warning to Physicians The city was alarmed last week by the announcement that liaruett little son of Mr Dun M Cheuault was down with scarlet fever Not in connection at all with the above case but simply as a wise pro vlsiii for public protection wo reprint this Warning To Physicians pub liahed by tIme City Health Officers The law icauirts nil physicians to report to the City Health ORicer Dr A Wilkes Smith any and all caSes of acute contagious diseases within 24 hound after tneir davclopement Fail tire to comply itli the law is punish able with a line and it Is the intention of tho Board to rigidly enforce this law which applies itot only to diphtheria and xbut scarlet foer- meaSlesljl9IlingWll h awl nil other acute contagious and Infectious tile leasts I GENERAL I1LESIII desiro O at they have the and lors and rt 800 the same care and as the and woof pure wool no we at 215 Novel al College Hill Tho talent of College will on January 21 the dramatic performance Rough Ri Ayers The follow ing is of James W Grider H Wilson Ramon Maruna C M Tribble Luuis JIarana T J Dennis ItmihfertyC Combs K Alma Crawford Miss Thorp A Reliable Firm For the year Jlessis White it Gibson contract for advertis big space iu CLIMAX This thin made a practice of buyinggoods in the east particularly New York and thereby no other house had the advan tages iu the latest styles Mr White is an and tasteful buyer and his always conform to the latest requirements a all their winter dress goods jackets collars and will bo sold at prices at cost A beautiful line of white goods embroideries and laces just received Give them a call and watch their ad in TILE CLIMAX Beautiful Lecture on a Beautiful Subject Tis said that Home is where the heart is in palace great or small but then fullest enjoymentof such a cannot bo attained out an of time du ties aud beauties of a well ordered And beauties and duties may be learned by study as as by harder task master experi ence And as the master mnscian charms the senses with las skillful touch upon mid awa in Isis student an to conquer sound so were we en chanted by one Who spate so sweetly and so sweetly sung That on each word the enraptured audience hung Where for years our local musical talent has to enchant lislen ing of sympathetic friends or where troupes have on cold critics there spoke Friday night ono who needs not the charity of local sympathy nor fears the critical it was a lecture by Rev Thomas S Hubert who came among us as of tIme church and a superb enter tainment it was more than an hours ceaseless of the niceties and time beauties Of and compo sition which mark the genius and tnl entof tho mali U Home Sweet Homo as by lhin of that Immortal song was portrayed in as beatiful and as it were should 1tCaU from time lips of sweetest singer and all went away de lighted beyond measure Mr Huberts of stash his ability to marshall words at will that thrive home ho wishes to upon Isis hearers him to tit wuk among we have hearth mi matter they were inasmuch ItS hU talents have conse crated to time service of tho Lord a jiuifr w freely feast Upon tileI lip preaches from pulpit nl lila church U J r I Underhill the Impersonator Will Be a Candidate Many of my Democratic friends hay ing expressed a to vote for me and having solicited me to make the race for County Clerk I desire to say at tho proper time I will be a for said office I pardon for this announcement but as the boys have forced handshaking in order I am ready to do ansi receive my part Respectfully JESSE COM Waco Ky Celebrallon of Lees Birthday Remember time delightful exercises last year commemorating time birthday of Gen Robert Eo Lee it should not be difficult to secure a crowded court house tomorrow evouim when time natal of the Great Commander is again There will he music charades refresh ments all for 25 cents time to be devoted to needy soldiers Follow ing is the program Eulogy on General Lee InstrumentallllusicAddressTho Soldier and his Commander Solo ReadiugIt is after death we meas ure men Music Dixie will be followed by a Social and Cniup fire lunch Confederate style Au athmnission 1cc of 23 cents will bo charged The to aid destitute Confederate Veterans and their fami lies The best smoker the Proctor Knott jigar V WE To have our Clothing the best that can be made I That is why you get here more value for I your money than elsewhere I Our Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats are = to=Wear Take any of our SUITS and VEKCOATS S1250Iand set style of Merchant work Our SUITS OVER COATS received thought in tailoring higher grades Every thread of warp is of There is other stand that can clothes you as stylishly and as serviceably as can and so little price Same old stand but much larger Covington Mitchell WHITE FRONT Performance liistriouic Hill Saturday produce tlergat Acadamy time caste characters CrnwfordJno Hobt lJamlltonJlls Tribble Sam JacksunJas Co- mbsPedroV Combs Marguerite Vil- sonIimezGertrude fifth successive TIm early securing experienced selections theirIwhereat collarettes markeddown right oven tho habitation with intelligent conception household such well that his instrument kens ambition thus gathered audiences traveling ruptured last literateure lately copastur Methodist flow eleganciei thought measured standard language captivating possible time wonderful communed language tho thought Impress entitle speakers who And great been iry ddmKV beautiful truths candidate beg premature day celebrated addresses procteds This proceeds AIM Ready New Bank Directors Last Tuesday was election day at tho four banks of this city Tho Farmers National returned its old Board without change Time Statammk and Trust Company made one change Mr Joe Collins tak lug the Directors place held by Cashier R E Turley Mr J S Collins succeeds Mr Win O Chenaultas a Director of the MmH son National 1link- AL the Richmond National Director W C French having sold his stock his place was filled bv Mr 3JIJ White of Manchester an old friend and heavy depositor of the bank At time meeting of the Board of Directors of the Richmond National Mr John W Crooke was formally elected Assistant Cashier Death Statistics of The Civil War Larger Deaths Rates in Federal Prisons Time Scientific American of Jan 14 gives space to time report of Surgean General C M Tebault of the United Confederate Veterans made at the Atlanta reunion last July which was attended by a number of old soldiers and others from this county antI State Of time 270000 Federal prisoners cup tured by Confederates and lied in southern prisons from first to last during tho war only 22570 died while of the 220000 Confederates held in Federal prisons 26436 died From these reports taken from the report of Secretary Stanton on the 19th of July 1866 it appears that with 50 000 more prisoners in Southern stock ades or otber modes of confinement the deaths were 4000 less According to these figures continues Mr Tebault the percenlutn of Febcral deaths in Southern prisons was under nine while the percentum of Confederate deaths in Northern prisons was over twelve The mortuary statistics are of no small weight in determining on which side there was the most neglect cruel ty and inhumanity proclaiming as they do a loss by death of more thaii three per cent of Confederates over Federals in prisomswhmile lime Feder als had an unstinted command of everything A Sad Commentary on Our Roads On iVcdncsday last while peacefully pursuing his journey along the county road between Menelaus and Farris town near Whites Station Humphrey Martins saddle horse became stalled in time middle of the road and try rs Martin did by whip and spur time mini mal could not extricate himself tcv oral neighbors came to tho rescue and with the assistance of Jack Twiggs four mules and slide unit a dozen larm hands superintended by Mr Twipg and any number of Farrfstowit negroes the taggedit horse after tw i hours was prized out of tho mush hole more dead than alive Ropes hickory poles mules and negroes pulled aud hauled strained and grunted until the poor beast was finally landed but the tussle was too great nod his horseship gave up the ghost next day A ppBtgradu ate examination tovcaled Ihe fact that tho animals ribs had been broken amid his shoes actually pulled off in the mud luring herculean efforts to lift him upon tim slide which served as a fiat boat in the miry sink hole The above picture is not fancy but a cold hard fact and while it will not be regarded seriously as a letsoil ou bad toads m Madison an It shotjul be it will go down in unwritten i1sorjf us example of a horsogttIdrtflelUI1 time middle of n public fhmocotmhimf4re it tha proud county ofMaiHiou C C c 11 JTl J7c J7 Idt f7 1299 The Busy Bee Cash Store rJ O7O S So P 2S t 2 Sends Greetings to their many Friends and Patrons wishing them a happy and prosperous Now Year for 1899 The great Mercantile Corporation THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CO have made special arrangements with the manufacturers with whom they do business to make special prices for them during the year 1899 and they can promise their customers many rare bargains in all lines carried by them during the year QF MOTTO Look out for our announcements in the local papers and circulars They will always contain something to interest you and our LOW CASH PRICES will save you money Our first for the New Year will be nice fI yardwide Blenched Cotton no dressing 4c yard Hope lllcarhed Cotton Londsdale finish fie yard Green Ticket Uondslale Bleached Cotton Oc yard fruit of tho loom Kleauhwl Cotton Gc yard Mnsouvillo Bleached Cotton iGcyard best 104 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting locyard rooil 104 Unbleached Sheeting 12c ynnml good yardwide Brown Cotton 3Jc yard nice Sea Island yardwide Brown Cotton 4c yard AAA Trion Mills Brown Cotton 4jc yard We are Some at 5 Cents Wo have just placed on sale the largest line of jHnmburgs Laces and Embroidery ever showr in tho city This line contains all tIme new things in Nansook Embroideries Jaconet Embroideries Swiss Embroideries ininluh sets of all kinds hand and machine made Laces of iall kinds Our buyers have made a specialty of this line and nothinir has been left undone to make this department one of the most important factors in our immense business a- We wish to call your attention to time fact that all prices named on Blenched Cottons and all domestic are subject to change without notice to take advantage of rthis opportunity Buy your spring cottons while you can get extremely low prices on them C We are showing some special good timings in Table Linens and quoting special prices on them for a short time If Interested ask to see this line when yoa como in naming closing Ie are Agents for fopsf Braui of Hosiery Ask to see fa when come inl All winter goods have felt the edge our cold steel and have been made 011 winter and Shoes winter Overcoats and Clothing Blankets and Comforts Flan VI H v Simpsons Featherbone prices eat rcus The things Wash of all kinds will be by us season You have to go the larger cities to buy you want We will show during the year 1899 stock not surpassed equaled any the larger cities Give us a call D RICHMOND MT STERLING AND Dudley Tells a Good One Sure Col J Gordon Dudley of this city a member of time Fourth Ken tuck tells how the boys invented ex discs for getting furloughs Here is mi incidentAn came to tIme colonels tent and with distress in isis face and his voice asked to be mustered out Ive a letter from me wife colonel he said She wiitei that iho childer need clothes that she is sick and that there is nothing at all at Ill to eat in the house She says I must come home Ive had n loiter from your wife said the colonel She says she is get ging along very well and doesnt need you She asked me not to let you come house arid bother her Colonel asked the soldier did my wife write that She slid The soldier looked at the colonel steadily for a quarter of a minute sa luted and said- Colonel there are two big liar in this tent Im one of em i hmavoitt Jot any wife And then ho turned anti executed a double quick for his company street Soreness ol the Lungs Is a of serious trouble Dr Bells PinoTarHoiiev will banish that soreness It will allay time infUmnia tiou and picvent further progress of time disease It is time most efficient means of curing coughs colds and bionchhu affections found in time an minis of medicine All druggists sell it A church race may be just as ungod ly as any horse race Thejo are dangerous times for limo health Croup colds ansi throat troll bled lead rapidly to Consumption A lioitlo of Otto Ilinnto nugh Cure used at tIme right time will preserve life health and a large amount of mnll 1leasnnt to take children like it Doug las Wells There is no slave so sadly hourd fa tho one who thinks ho is free to servo his own lusts That Hacking Cough is undermining yourconstitudonnp ping your strength r Tar Honey will cure it This is one of tho most valuable remedies of modern times for coughs colds and hroiichiul troubles Druggists tell it Price 2Cc No cure pay It The man who does his own thinking becomes a focus for all thin reflectors tjfAtj CUBAN OIL cures Rllenlmatism0 Whit The who preaiiher louks for mimost I trouble wljcro he fluids inosttairy Dr DellSMTat 4iariey will check tho woftt coushrtr cure n colt In oue jit ht It cuta the mistiouis without exertion oritraiuiiHfUud stulJ till eciugim nt 05150 iiu ill flameit parts It imivirauuprH res piralory organ aiul lunX tiismmtim with renewed vitality It UNDERBUY UNDERSELLjCASH Showing Beautiful Percalles Tit1il11QtI Soa cTKS aA Bas a- Oas ii Satisfy W GEORGETOWN tlUBAU TEA cures Dyspep Plant 5 V sia Constipation rml Indigestion Regulates the Liver Price25cts Sold by Perry Thomas nucccwors to W O White Time Christian runs ahead of the com mandments To insure a happy new yeir keep the liver clear suit time body vigorous using Do Witts Little Early Risers time fnnous little pills for constipation and liver troubles Douglas Wells What Is the use of praying for the merchant when yon snake no effort to pay what you owe him La Grippe ibagdu epidemic Every precaution should he taken to avoid it Its peclfic cure is Omie Mini1to Cough Cure J Shepeni publisher Agri cultural Journal and AdvcrtiserElden MIa1 No ono will be disappoint ed iu using One Minute Coughs Cure for LSI Grippe Pleasant to take quick to act Douglas Wells Dont build the gingerbread house of cheap reputation on time ten cent foundation of inexperience Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and inci lent to these diseases is instantly allayed ty lllfllyillG Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad ases u ive been permanently cured it It ia efficient for itching piles and nIpplesc1mppedind chronic sore oyes 25 cts per box Dr Cailjs Csndlllon Powders are just what u homo needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and 7crmifuge Thoy are food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 ents per package We pray time Lords prayer aud then ask for things that would lead us into temptation and deliver to us the evil one Deranged Functions often result from the use of quinine hot baths and hot drinks as remiiidies for a old They open the pores and make the system susceptible to more cold Dr Itella Pine TnrHoney goes to the seat of time trouble and cheeks a cough at once or cures n cold iu one night ft exhilarates the lungs It It is time opinion in Washington that no official action by Gen Miles will follow lien Engans outbreak CUBAN RELIEF cures I4nIr ColIaXciirftlCanu l Toothache Pj fire In miens sonmemmach and Sosuacr Complaints 1rlce 25 Cents Sold by Perry Thomas Successors to W Q White Two negro murderers sentenced to hang and about ready to go tho scar fold at AJrdmoro I T today were granteda May ofexccutlon hi llhlru rh mars overlooked lime Importance of permanently beneficial elfeclH and were snth u Hh transient actions hUt now jliiit it 13 generally known hat lyr of Figs will permanently ove01 habitual coustipatiou well informed jjMiOpjO trill not hiLly other 1jI1Fnct fur a Hnlclmt fi unity SVMIIIII Rime the gcil SyrupCO 5 J0 ic are not limited as to tim quantity of their purchase We have our ware rooms full of nil fI pnifID want D indigobluecan shirtintrc new styles 3Jc black and mourning prints 4c certainlyeuIj Liroienmims5OilelotlmsJ more complete Ve have no carried over goods in these lines They are all fresh and new new styles new pat terns new prices We are prices on those Hues that is n death blow to nil competition Call and inspect this line before you purchase Wo have just received a new lot of American Lady J and Corsets These are time most comforta ble fitting corsets shown to the trade Try one tVehave some special good timings in Ladies Jack ets and Capes left that We are outat justone halftime F original price If interested cull and seo them the you keen of Boots goodslxfore01 r n o latest in Goods shown in dont what a nor in of andtlmnkiugLDHAM COMPANY forerunner A smarting by not Customers Q eeS 3SSeQ OSSSSOSSGOO Qooo S e0 = e J CASH s TREI JPJ h ft IJ WV gu a January 1st 1899 our 0 0 eob 0 e 0- ssSPOTCASHI o0 10o 0 1 0s S e s We have attempted to run our business by col 110 0 0s heeLing our accounts the first of each month 8 s but have been unable to collect them all Ii promptlv Ve are therefore compelled to sell w 6 0 for CASH that we may pay cash for our goods 5e0- 4i 00 and will endeavor to make it to the Interest of c o- S the trade to da business with us We have a 0line of Staple and Fancy Groceries 0S Q Queenswaro and Glassware etc Give us a O eel scall examine our stock and get prices eoGoods exchanged for country produce e wv e ii 1 HIGGINSELLIS I 1 1 WEST MAIN ST RICHMOND KY e C sSsllllseessosseeos 0C 0 Paul Perry of Columbus Go suf fered agony for thiity years and then cured his Piles by using Ii Witts Witch Hazel Salve It heals injuries DouglasTime cry of the needy is the echo of the call of God When on ran not sleep for coughing take Chamberlains Cough Hemely It always gives prompt relief It is most excellent for colds too as it aids expec toration relieves time lungs and pro pmietmmouiaFor gist jsn4 1m Cultivate the field of life clear up to the corners MMISekeefmiRl If a woman is in good health theiols no more healthful employment than housework Generally speaking there is no happier woman in the world Mut how different when every ireae is UtImeaiihfrom perallgenieuts of the delirufa feminine organs of genernti n The family doctor inquires ItMt rouceriiiujr tiiestt He most ttsnnlly litshets UIHII an cxsmltlll ion ihjs modest woman naturally shrinks Sltt Is niszltt Kxcrpt in every UUUSUH caSH offeuwltvweakttess nxHinlnatloiiii nn iiu neccosary Dr Pierces I avwito Pro IYrutBiitjy Send 21 emma cent stumps to rover t t OJIIi11cIthmantWurId4 rM IuclttlllUHnlMo 8 Y JitIfr e c J 1 To lure a Edit in One lIke Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists icfiind money 1111 11 cure 25c Time genuine Jias L It 4iouch tablet novSi lin True religion boils up from time hut torn Mr Kllxha Iterrr of this plnre RI he never hud anything do o much good uil give him gncli quirk nfl f from theumatisn1 as Cliamlimaintt Pain Halm He was bothered ureutiy with shooting pains from hip tn hint uinil he used this liniment wliiriiin fords prompt relief B F HAKKK IoyPerryFloods are causing severe losses to- frnmersIu South Texas AVlic n You Have a Rail Cuhl You wnnt tIme best medicine that can be oUained smith that is Chamber lain Cough ltemc ly i You wnnt a remedythat will nntII ly quick Ircct a permanent cur Yin want a rrinrdy that will re lit vo yVouteract any ttIIlt1I1 toftrd p iiwiiiur You vnnt n remedy that In lrj nntiiul tllfu in Ul- ktChllnIIIIIIIon1h Remedy ilt only med ft ino in use that mi t tththo Kjuirnneiitfl This HI ciiy If- fumiiat fr ilItulcs or liid otll thlgjighont lliu United iStntn and us- mli fonlpa countries It Lus Ii1miv ivjils hl1l for Ui iIitCd1nimd iwrsiiati emit tumlii nf bail jUtiiif peefHiKlIlBtipleiidUlqurijitirntu l rliiru mlmiltJit l lid l 11 Nt 50 by P rry it Thomsw Jrttt tclIlHl lie I w r TJ1Fit i T1L j jI HONC T CALDWELL of rarkerb rgt vTa Recom mends Wrights Celery Capsules PAEKEBSBDBO W VA January 26 1095 THE Wnimrr MET Co- Columbus Ohio bentlernen I bavo been using Wrights Celery Capsules since Novera ber1I amI find them to be as recommended I first beran taking them while at Hot Springs Aik treat mont for Sciatic liheumatum Liver ant Stomach trouble Constipation which IirniL been t long sufferer I font d the Colery Cnpsulcs gave me great relief irom the beginning and have used them ever since With pleasure and unso licited I recommend them to any and all suffering with like afflictions or either of Very truly our- sCIImxs T CALDWELL Sold by T S Hagan Druggist Price lie cuts and 100 per box Call at drug store anti get free samnle 6 AU druggists soil Dr Miles Norvo Plasters ALL WOMEN Should knotv that the old TIme Iteraody HUM twct forF eTn iHM Corrects all- rrigusr1tIes In Kemale Organs should be- tsI l for rnm Uh and before ChlUBlrth ksc 0 l Ttte l have stood tho tas fM tvceiy r ars- JM 00 tv P encerSIwll ueOa Chat i incmw Perry k Thomas drUggists successors to W a WhIte dec8lyr Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine 118 notary Motion and Ball Bearings For sale by Dewey Music Co Rich mol Ky ABE YOU A DEMOCRAT t AH old adage reeds There Is a place for everything and for everything to be In Its place the LOUISVILLE DISPATCH Lould find a place In the home of every DEMOCRAT In ths SUNNY SOUTH The Dispatch Is the peoples papcr owned by the people and Is always ready to fight for the cause of the people IT STANDS SQUARELY ON TUB CHICAGO PLAT VHM without the aid or consent of the Cold Dug Monopolies and a fair compar ison of its news service now being lur nhhod over leased wires by the New York Sun tho Chicago Inter Ocean and the Northern Press Association with that of any other paper will fully verify its Moto If you see It in the Dispatch its so and If its so it la always in the Dis patch The Dispatch also has a staff of over 3M active correcpondenta in the South and will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS of any other Louisville paper Get the Dispatch it gives the news and tells the truth about itDaily 8 pages Sunday 24 pages Weekly 8 pages We club with the Weekly Dispatch at the remarkably low price of 125 A YEAR ++ + + CALL AT + + + d lSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY GRAND fARM OF 160 ACRES Within threequarters ofa 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 residence in the county immense barns 3 tenement houses one of which is a good frame of 5 rooms and complete set reallymakeswill sell this place at an un figureS14000luiins in one two three four and five years Send for our list of farm for sale- WILLIAMS J LITTLE g2l8m 2H 3d St Owentboro Ky = 7 WhocanthIaanteunrnict jour Idea tbr may brluz you waiu 4110ft27Ia4 UsI bl mo UuuOreU lureaUoua waiitcO ticM RUPOF ffG NU1 rMfTAhlUkrt TIlE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS is due noton1y1Q the originality and simplicity of the combination but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the CALIFORNIA Fio SYRUP Co only and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy As the genuine Syrup ofFigs is manufactured by the CALIFORNIA FIG 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 CALIFORNIA Fro Smut Co with the medi cal profession and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy It is far in advance of all other laxatives as it acts on the kidneys liver and bowels without irritating or weaken ing 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 SAN FKANCISCO CL LOUISVILLE Kr NEW YOIK K T jan5ly 131 ECONOMIST RANGES P J 1 f rI1 0 tiltIl Roofing Gutteringand Job Work LAU SMITH SCURES DR CALDWELLSN ISFRock i ++++ + + ++++ ++++++ FOR t3n Nse iOTTVaO t it vtttt ts i+++ t+ Six of the best Fire Insurance Com + + panics In the United States Losses paid + promptly + + In the Prudental you are ottered the + + best Life Insurance attainable and on = + the most approved plans In Accident + 4 Insurance we again give the best We +4 will not transact business with irrespon + + sible companies + + 261 Second Street + Up Stairs 0 ie2ly + t REGEROCOMPLETEBUSS The Great Restores Lost Vitality Alakesr FRENCH RE iirr terlcanattlte not cniupltcatnl cnw of Xervnns Delilllly ot ijutcklyAofllir trw or ttrjcj EKo Young men will re rein their lnt mnilool VI Oil lieu will recover toCullnesec Impotence ViHracrlR Spcrmattorhca NiKMly KnibtJon Lost Drain niul Mutcular Power DepondeneynlMworMxnalcxrraiiiml Indiscretion Which uunt onernrtflulnrKiuutlyormarrkicr lEiICMiltO whyitrtostOIClIrtbatlswhy tlio r C2ov rcmr hnek to fvilcrlirrlK Ii l9tixii having IEIlItoan Iwmrrtwl In vrt Jot Mil SlOO per ie IIx frr eaT Ue rrrr fully refund curetrtGJ225CoumbusAJiliJttt ThomuDruSlstBseptllly The World Almanac and- Encyclopediaa d for 1899 AND Illustrated History of the Spanish American War f t ot t J cJt 0- t READY FOR SALE- EVERYWHERE Jo t JANUARY Jst JS99 ast f ot 0 oJo Together with The Battle Calendar of the Republic Compiled by- EDGARSTANTO MAC Y Historian of the U S Navy jijfijt THE STANDARD AMERICAN ANNUAL itJS PRICE 25 CENTS l t Itoany aeJttofc THE WORLD Pulitzer Est gfe 4EW YORK lJ iii i U AFTERFIVETEARSr Durango Col DemocratJ After Laving possession of the ballot for five years in Colorado it has been conclusively proved during the year 1893 that the women of the State are not tired of its exercise Their InlerestI in the campaign lost fall wi reaching effects was very noticeable It was remarked both by the voters and by the judges and clerks of election that tho women voted all election day more largely than tho men It is grati fying to sufferajnsts everywhere that another suffrage governors is elected Throughout tho history of the cause the sulfrnge governor who Lave now SlatcsLIhavetative women o that Thomas who ably championed their cause in 1893 will occupy the govern ors chair for the next two years The great meeting arranged by womenof three silver parties at the Broadway was one of the mostsigniflcant features of the campaign Circumstances were reversed at that meeting in a manner interesting to one who wont through the sufierage campaign Near the close of the campaign five years ago tho Colorado Equal Suffrage association planned great meeting at the Broadway At its solicitation Jlr Thomas consented to appear and there de livered one of his finest and most polished addresses an address which did much to sway the sentiments of the voters In favor of equal suffrage Near the close of the campaign of 189Sin the same theater another great meeting was arranged by women It was are ception to Mr Thomas the candidate of the silver fusion forces for governor Ho spoke again from the sameplatform anti every woman before him was a vo ter and later paid her old debt by cast ing her ballot for the wan who had bef- rIended the cause in its time of need Each year more and more subjects con nected with questions of public interest and good government are studied by the women in their clubs Each year more serious sense of the responsibility of citizenship is felt among the women voters of the State The Colorado Equal Suffrage association maintains its organization still Its work in this State to be sure is accomplished but it continues in order to help the cause in other States and to act as a bureau ot information for the countless queries sent into Colorado annually in regard to the States peculiar institution Those interested in the history of the equal suffrage movement in this State would find The History of Equal Suf fragein Colorado by Joseph C Brown an entertaining little volume This has been issed under the auspices and with the approval of tho suffrage associa tion and is a valuable little pamphlet to send to inquiring friends in other above editorial clipped from the Denver News is sensible in every sense of tho word lion C S Thomas gov ernor elect is a brainy man a sound Democrat one of silvers able champ ions and truly an American statesmen and has shown his sound judgment in behalf of the cause of woman suf frage And the article of tho Rocky Mountain News calls to our mind the opinion of women written years ago by Lamartine the distinguished French writer Woman with weaker passions than man is superior to him in the soul The Gauls attribute to her an additional sensethe divine sense They wore right Nature has given woman two painful but heavenly gifts which distinguish them and often raise them above human nature compassion and enthusiasm By compassion they devote themselves by enthusiasm they exalt themselves what more docs heroism require They have more heart and more imagination than men Enthusiasm springs from the imagina tion and selfsacrifice from the heart Women are therefore naturally more heroic than men When all is desperate in a great causowe need not despair while there remains a spark of resistance in womans heart We are there fore absolutely in favor of women par ticipating in the governmental affairs of title nation and with their actual and active participation we believe we would have better and a purer admin istration both of State and national governments TOBACCO SALES IN 0ATH Probably never before has there been so much tobacco sold in Bath county at this time a year The several local buyers have been actively canvassing the country for ten days past and large quanitics are being delivered at ware houses in Owingsville Bethel and Sharpsburg every day The price ranges from four centi to nine cents a pound The quality of the tobacco is said to be better than for several years Mt Sterling Democrat A colored debating society in Shelby county had this weighty subject under discussion tho other night Which is time most useful the sun or the moon After considerable wrangling on both sides during which they waxed warm and eloquent the judge an old negro promptly decided that the moon was the most useful as it shined at night when people needed light while the sun only shined in the daytime when they could do without it II The artist who is in search of attitudes descriptive of torture and poses depicting suffering need not go to the v Christian martyrs of r old If he could only M see through the walls J thousandsSover land he would see utidergoinglwithout whtchthebrief pale into nothingness JJo pne but a s i woman can tell I 7F the of the == suffering the thedespoudency painbet1usethe delicate and important organs that are distinctly feminine One of the worst effects of troubles of this kind is upon the nervous system The tortures so bravely endured completely and effectually shatter Precriptionorganismallays inflammation heals ulceration and soothes pain It checks exhausting drains ItfitsnothIngjustyearsagowrites Mrs Paul Drrraine of Jelllco Campbell andtookmonthIIwasobligedtokeepinbedfcar a corpse I lost twentysix pounds in four mouths I was coughing so much I was con scerelyfromtakingfourbottles sixbottlesperiods became regular end were passed with out pain Now I am more so than ever before My neighbors are surprised to exme in such good health after vine seen rae solow yseriausDc tQea 11euUt Pellets 7 iP r r JL 77rrrrrr I Tested and Tried I- Iior 1 25 Years I1- t Would you feel perfectly J it safe to put all your money K in a new bank T Ono you w Jf have just heard of9 ft J But how about an old X K bank 9 Ono that has dono J business for over a quarter t of n century One that has S always kept its promisos 9 v V Ono that never failed never V misled you in any way 9 X t You could trust such abank V couldnt you 9 c X W3TTSJ EMULSION f t of CODLIVER OIL WITH Jr A HYPOPHOSFHITES is just like suoh a bank It has never 5 disappointed you never will 0 if It has never deceived you ft K never will Look out that aoroeone X doos not try to make you st invest your health in a now J tonic mo new modicino j K Imo nothing of isac anj too all druggists V SCOTT BOWNE Chemists New York X jc t C 4 q CORRESPONDENCECOLLEGE Mr Win Brock has returned from NewbyRev Wyott preached an interesting sermon hero Sunday morning Mr Archio Sexton aud wife of Lexington visited friends here last week Mr Simpson Norris has moved to his farm which he purchased from Chins F Wood a few weeks ago Rev Kelloy has moved to time proper ty which ho bought This making four ministers of the jospelwo have living in our village Prof Troope opened his school last Monday and is expecting to have quite an interesting school this year He is an excellent instructor Miss Bessie Lewis antI her friend Miss Maud Snodcn of Wades Mill who spent the Xmas holidays with Mrs A K Lewis has returned home LITERARY NOTES To write an article from maids find mothers and then to make it so inter esting that it will rivet the attention of the fathers of maids iud husbands of wives is a guarantee of very wide reading Professor Thurston Peck of Co lumbia University has succeeded in doing this in the paper which he devotes to women in tho January Cosmopoli tan Professor Peek has a keenly analytical mind and ho weighs the pros and cons very arofully His conclusions are tender and compassionate but nevertheless very emphatic It is a valuable contribution to New Woman literature A Frightful Blunder Will often causo a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklenu Arni ca Salvo the best in the world will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers hells Felon Corns all skin eruptions Best Pile cure on earth Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 5 HOW TO USE A TELEPHONE The Electrical Trade A telephone girl who knows accord lug to a daily paper suggests these rules for people who use the telephone- If you have a telephone in your of fice or store ring up Central and then go wait on a customer Always speaks in ai undertone in order to make Central ask you over what you want If she does not hear you tell her to wake up or take time cotton out ot her oars Take your time iu answering your bell or what is bettor do not answer it at all but in about half an houf ring up and ask who called you and get mad if Central has forgotton who it was She has nothing else to do but remem berAllow everybody who wants to to use your telephone Hang the receiver big end up as in this way it gets full of dust which makes another cause for complaint Bang on tho transmitter with a lead pencil as though you intended to knock it through the wall This invariably makes it talk better Refuse to pay toll messages and if you are on a lino with some one always listen to their conversation and be sure to want the nso of time lino while they are using it Whenever you see the manager toll him that if he cannot give you a better telephone or get that one fixed you will throw tho wholo thing out of time window When the inspec tor comes deny that you have ever complained of the telephone and say that it works like a charm Paste this in your telephone for future reference That Throbing Headache Would quickly leave you If you used Dr ICings New Life Pills Thousands of sunerers have proved their match less merits for Sick and Nervous Head aches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try thorn Only 25 cents Money back if not cured Sold by Per ry Thomas Druggists 5 A correspoudent says Six good brood sows are enough for the average farmer to keep and they should be kept as long as they will raise six good pigs Manage them so they will raise two litters a year making in all 72 hogs a year One man can raise that many hogs and corn enough to feed them to 300pound weight These at average prices would bring 00 or about 50 per month the year round on hogs alone besides revenue from his poultry cattle horses and sheep which he ought to keep to use up nil the rough feed on the farm Time Western Horseman published at Indianapolis Indiana at 200 a year and issued every Friday stands at tile head of Turf and Trotting and Pacing horse journals Is handsomely illustrated with pictures of rioted horses and gives all time horse news from Cali fornia to Maine If at nil interested in trotters or racers subscribe for it Tho great annual Souvenir number will bo issued February 10 and will be worth more than tho prlcg of a years subscription It goon free To nil sub scribersto others 25 cents per copy Dv special ftrrangemcuta with time pub liEvsra ta are enabled to send the Western Horseman 200 per year and the Weekly CMMAX 150 per year both for 225 during tile your 1SD9 Give Us your Order nov23tf 1110 County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county first Monday Lexington Fayette county second Lincoln countysecond Mon day Georgetown Scott county third Mon daydDanville Boyl county tliird Monday Nicholasville CS1mill county third MondayWinchester Clark county fourth Monday Versailles woodford county fourth Monday OUT OF THE MOUTrlS OF BABES How many zones have we Willie asked the teacher of a pupil in the jun ior class Four was the reply Yell then name time four said the teacher Tho frigerated tim horrid time temperance and time intemperance answered the little fellow Freddie aged 6 had been watching his mother prepare the Thanksgiving turkey for thinner utah finally said Mamma Id rather bo a wild turkey than a tamo one Why so dear she asked Because was the 1I a wild one can run around on the retllllBessie said a north side mother to her four yearold daughter heres three cents run down to the drugstore on the corner and got mo a stamped envelope A few minutes later Bessie entered time store and the proprietor asked Well little girl what can II do for you If you please sir replied my mamma wants free cents worf of stamped antelopeIHarry aJetl4 while engaged in pick ing time drumstick of a Thanksgiving turkey partly swallowed ond of the tendons which aro so numerous in time 1e8oa fowl and was nearly choked The tendon was finally extracted with great difliculy from the little fellows throat when ho exclaimed Well I dont blame time old turkey its time cooks fault for not taking oil its garters Small Johnny had on his lest clothes one Sunday and his mamma told him not to play in time dirt with them on Dont they have any dirt in heaven to play in No of course not replied his mother Then what do little boys do up there queried Johnny Oh they play harps and sing and sit under the beautiful trees was time reply Then said the little fellow I dont see how they can have trees if there aint no dirtS- LATES BARRED OUT OF SCHOOL Tho use of slates has been forbidden in time schools of Zurich Switzerland and pOll ink and paper have been substituted even in the lowest forms Time reason given aro that the light gray marks of time pencil on the slate cannot be followed without straining the eyes that the pressure which it is necessary to exert upon the pencil lessens the fa cility of the humid aud renders an easy flowing handwriting more difficult to attain and that the use of the slate is not conducive to cleanly work CAROLINAS PENSIONERS North Carolina which pays a JonI sion to confederate army veterans that are in need finds that but one in fifteen of the known survivors in the State is on the pension list Applicants for aid are fewer each year instead of increase ing constantly as in the case with fed oral pensioners Texas will vote on a constitutional amendment permitting tho State to pay a similar pension to confederate veterans at a special elec tion next month Western packers have disposed of G1500C hogs the past week compared with 005000 time preceding weok intel 7COOSO two weeks ago For corresponding timo last year the number was 483 000 From November 1 the total is 571000X1 against 4540 000 a year ago an increase of 1170000 or nearly 26 per cent The quality appears to be well maintained although the receipts at time large centers embrace a larger proportion of unfinished stock The average of prices at the closeis about 5c per 100 Ibs higher than a week ago During most of the week tho prevail ing tendency of the provision markets has been to higher values but toward andIChicago arc at about the same position as a week ago while lard is 20c per 100 Ibs higher Cincinnati Price Current Says a rural editor Brother dont stop your paper just because you dont agree with the editor Time last cabbage you sent us didnt agree with us either but we didnt drop you from our subscription list on that account Time friends of Dreyfus in Paris say yesterdays debate in the Chamber of Deputies was favorable to the revision ists Wabash railraod asks judgment against Deroit Lima road for 22 000 anti possession of tracks into Detroit lIEU V RILEY Of Shelhyville Ky Recommends Vrigtmts Celery Capsules ToWriglmtofWrights lorSo1pation and found that they cave me im mediate relief every time 1 think itan excellen remedy Yours very truly 9 Goo W Rile 5TtMER DHWNG lis BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE and you can also gay extreme ly comfortable when you are driving in one of our easy and handsome Buggies and Ph tons Our stock of fine carriages is unsurpassed lor beauty style durability and general superiority andwe are selling them pt prices that will surprise you quality con sidered JOHN DONEtsoN t WHHosnalCo Commission Merchants Oat1o Hogs and nee UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI 0 TELEPHONE 7346 AljU information regarding live stock cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to us sept7ly SDR CALDWELLSN rill 1LlffiJljlU II I AM 88 YEARS OLD andneverUged any remedy equal to lit Bell Plnelnr Honey It gives quick and permanent IlngriPlISweUMCOUh8IU1dCOld8 It makes MetcaUc t ao4S S pU 4 S S 4A PL EASE CANDY CATHARTIC Ii 25cSOc JOe A 3DDo e r c cso I Ring out tho old Ring in the new Ring cut tho false Ring in the true W 3g to you the new and true from tho piney forests of Norway DR BELLS Pine Tar Honey Natures most natural remedy Improved by 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 BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 25c 50c and 100 Sizes BE SURE YOU GET Dr Bells PineTarHoney For sale by Perry s Thomas successors to W O White Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR Blonumeuts Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite +FIREWORK A SPECIALTY +Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to cull at time old stand in the rent of time M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a largo stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all classes of buyers filJu W G GOUCH33U one of the best workmen in Central Kentucky is in charge of our establishment arid this means satisfactory work in every phased Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs which will be furnished on application orYOUR PATRONAGE SOLICIrED03 JAMES D HH7VULTON Proprietor Duthern Mutual Investment Dm a n J Of Jexington Kentucky Plan Life Insurance Reversed We Pay While You Live They Pay WhenYo Die OVER 813300000 PAID IN MATURITIES OVER 85000000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS STATE1ENTDECEM13ER 1- 808iVtmcial40Coupon Fund Balance froin November S 8840 Fines anti Transfers 8530 Installments 5049 CO Total Coupon Fund 5174 Coupons Redeemed 5080 05 Balance 194 31 Reserve Fund Installments SI 090 00 Interest 364 45 S Total Reserve Fund lor December 52054 45 Total Palti CertificateHolders f133244 55 Total Passed to llesorve Fund 4l2GG 75 +LIVING BENEFITS PAID DECEMBER 189S SPECIAL REDEMPTION Name Address Cost Paid D B GoodEstato Lexington Ky 54 CO sisr 00 i it li Itj 15GGO V Johnson Co Baltimore Md 54 50 150 00 ORTHarsllalU Lexington KV 47 50 133 00 D B Jones u 41CiOlU5oo- R EMohnson Co Baltimore Mi 54 50 iso oo R F Johnson Go 54 so 155 00 B F Jolinsoh Co 54 50 15000 W F Whlta Estate Lexington Ky 6450 156 00 ii II i l 51 50 15G 00 C 6450 ISO 00- 5460 150 00 rJ LAMlGriuf Louisville 53 50 153 00 IrS Stevenson Chitago III 61 50 14700 G E Clark ii 25 75 73 ro- W F White Estate Lexington Ky 54 50 153 00 i il 515015600 RAGoodit 53 50 153 00 B IJoI son it Co Baltimore Jld 54 50 166 00 Ii fJOlOO00 54 50 160 00 ii 5450 15000 i 51 5U iro 00 I 54 50 15000 i t 54 50 150 00 151100DB F JolirjspV iiCo Mtlt 45 50 12900 t 51 50 147 00 j il 4G50 18300 5350 1K5 00 REGUL ARrREDEMETJON Namei Aildrcas cost raw WjDr19j12LAMGriefI itittatProfitOverCost S2b730 2ri rj QR iR9n AT Q ADDRESS A1SMITIT BOWMAN c Secretary MOil MILLION LIcal leat RicUBOi Ky c C i EM n r 4t 04 zC v IF Y QU 4 Ul1 B Lt- DRUGGISTS A rnrn m ThpAJIkJ1DW tf 1if 41HH J MAD fASYI ARB IDED as to making an attractive please remember us and show you many things that wordIsurprise you Come and be vinced and do not take out for aflytililigLYe quote no fabulously low c priccst but out aim is to please out customers A both iu PRICE AND QUALITY c 3 i i Rockers 5t icI4 0lsks9 wus i Parlor Cobil1Bts t + Dressing TbestJ- s + And other nice and attractive articles 3- el 5such as are only found in a first class Furniture Store c eee afe 4C GXT 1ttO050 To cheat a customer is to kill business Permanent profit can only come from Wsatisfied buyers tI titC repair every possible mistake yours as 6twell as our own We will thank any customer to tell us 4how to improve our service b Tall talk and small performance may go V for awhile but they bring ultimate disaster If you can tell us how to serve you betterIb Vwe shall obey the hint sciThere is no demand a customer can makes of this store that we will not grant t We alvays try to be polite and attentive WE ARE filE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM BIGGERSTAIHOLOHAM 4DAY TELEPHONE 76 NIGHT TELEPHONE 67 YYYYfY We have our opinion but we dont propose to give it for nothing and until we get our price well keep it to ourselves 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 free of youforthen we sell you for 300 and 400 as good a shoe as you are in the habit of paying 500 and 600 for If you will call and see us we will convince you r== 0 WHAT SHALL lwe do with Philippines That Is the question with which the big guns of two Nations are wrestlingk tltlli4++++ + + r JRreemanBros II L = = No 3 FIRST j II mWHY SUFFER AOOT IN- I When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed lI to cure you I i is tho discovery of an eminent physician 0flQ Knits Ho Intsmiption cf Business F hasilMR T S WILCOXprouiiicifcmorehant politwian cpartmcntsaysI rec mcttllrfeting wIth piles iJPrice 100 Prepaid to army Address iJ DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHA1TANOOQA TENN I J3 LiiocISty- ci