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LII I I T i7T T1T TwTTTUIT rHI l RICHMOND cLIMAX I VOLUME 25 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 25 1899 LF dJ= Pp NUMBER 31 II GRI6SBY MUNCEY itneral Agente Ktxtern IIeIIU- C7Equitable Life NEW YORK ttt AGENTS WANTED IN iOFFICEMain Street Richmond Ky ACTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED EVERY for The Story or the Philippines br Murat Halstead commissioned ernmentaa Official Historian to the War Department The book was written in army camps at San Francisco on the Pacific Jineral Merritt in the hospitals at Honolulu in Hong long in the American trenches at Manila In the insurgent camps with Agui jaldo on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey anl in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila Bonanza for agents Brimful of original pictures taken by coverroent photographers on the spot Large book Low Freight paid Credit given Dror all trashy unofficial war books Outfit free Address F Dldghlcag PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATthTEr3- W MILLER ATTOBHKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Burnam Building next door to armers National Bank feb3ly a SULLtV ANJ ATTOKXEYA LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY OffiMS over Taylors Hardware store op posito Court on Maui Street II B HOGG A TTOHNR Y AT LA W RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office No 13 First St up stairs 3130 J 0 DlI 01IKNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KKNTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen aults grocery PHYSICIANS DR IT R GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe Cclins building and 20 Sec ond Street orer Wnue old dmcitore CHAS HOOKER VETERINA Y SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty office up stairs over store ivently pled by Richmond Harness Co East Main 8U lUchmond KyIpr1ly n c JASPJZR M D Medicine and Surgery Oflice Collins Building MainStreet Telephone nt resilience the Carr place on Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS M D Gw PHYSICIAN AND SOKQEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR Practilivner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY jraOfflce and residence on Second Street DENTAL STJ30EHT TT httM tt toDSOt IKNTtsT OF LoUISVILLE KY office next door to Government Building nichmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 novl7ly Four nice rooms for rent Call at Dental Office of Dr Hob son next door to postoffice DIl FRED iSTf- lSOfBce over Collins Grocery same office lately occupied by Dr W W Bargin Janl2ly Dr Louis H Landman No 603 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Zlmmcr Richmond Ky on Wednesday February 8 1899 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Richmond Ky feb6ly UNIVERSITY E US PiftiJcit tMiasloB lj ERARY BIBLE MEDICAL AND COM MERCIAL COLLEGES Tuition fur literary and Bible Course 22 a year More than twenty teachers gymnasium Thousands of successful alumni Social and moral welfare of students receive special attention Open to both sexes For catalogues address the President Jly27tf ILLOTRALSHORT New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Louis yule every and runs through to San Francisco Ask your tlcetllf ent for particulars or write to B Fowler Traveling Passenger Agent Loutsville Ky Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orleans AM HANSON W AELLiW Q P A Chicago AaPA Lo- Mvflloiiim d Nit A E Q1 1Qlli Position oi Mormon Church in Regard to Polygamy STRONG SENTIMENT AGAINST IT Correspondent who has traveled ox tonsivtjly tlirougli Uuljili iliinks the jiraufieo is practically obsolete Hie CoiigrcSSinanelort anil idleged Polyjj iiinist a man of Jirilliant nttuiDinnnlR mill finest orator among Mormons Washington PosJ Editor Post I liave watched with much intcrtst the discussions and speculations through tile pnpors as to what Congress will and should do in tho caso of H Roberts Congress isIintellsiflidgreater portion of the past two sum more in Utah on business my business taking me all over tho State irto the most remote rural districts and bringing me iu contact with nil classes of Utahs population Often I was many miles from the railroal Naturally while making these trips- I talked with the people in reference to their old prauticeof polygamy when I coud do so with propriety and without interfering wifli my own itituit s To my surprise every one talked freely anti with evHent frankness My op l ortunitius fur judging of the senti ments of tho people were very good For instance I stopped two weeks with a gentleman who had served three terms in the Utah penitentiary because he persistently refused to jive up two of his three wives spout a week at a boarding house run by a former wife of a Mormon Bishop stopped with the Bishops themselves ou several ocea sioiifi in different localities traveled seventyfive miles through the country with the son of a Mormon by a plural wife stayed for a week and n half with a former Bishop who as the Mormons expressed it has apostaled left the church and heard expressions on the subject from innumerable individuals of all classes in the church and out of it After this experience I believe I understand tho situation thoroughly even bettor than many nonMormon residents in Utah because as a rule their observations are confined to sin gle locality and then I was wholly without prejudice political or other wise The avenigo Gentile as non Mormons are calledwho resides in Utah is intensely anti Mormon they view the situation through a partisans glass There are many causes for this often it is brought about froui tho fact that tho Gontilcs want the ofllces to which tho Mormons almost invariably elect their own friends and church members I have noticed that several newspa pjrs take the ground that the disposition among the people of Utah to resume the practice of polygamy is grow ing In justice to those people I want to say that such is not the case The Mormons cannot according to their vn creed consistently encourage po Ivgamv now True from tho date of their revelation I on the subject down to the time polygamy was declared un lawful they taught it Nit part of their religion and put it into practice but after polygamy was made a crime by act of Congress and the constitution ality of that law tested in the highest court in the land the church issued a manifesto Jorhidding its future practice They were compelled to do this by their own creed One of their foun dation doctrines is that first of all they must submit themselves to the temporal power Mr Roberts occupied a very prominent place in tho church and the other leaders certainly know it if he is now in the face of the law made by the Mormons and in the see of the manifesto issued by the chinch tire ticing polygamy and if he is guilty I am surprised that ho line not long sluice beon excommunicated by the church This Is at least prima fade evidence of his innocence 01 course the old men in Utah who pl1nllI= Agers JFVIor t I1 What does it do It causes the oil glands in the skin to become more active making the hairsoft and glossy precisely as nature intended- It cleanses the scalp from dandruff and thus removes one of the great causes of baldnessIt a better circulation in the scalp and stops the hair from coming out H Prevails M II Cures Boiiaess Ayers Hair Vigor will surely make hair grow on I 1 bald heads provided only there is any life remain ing in the hair bulbs It restores color to gray or white hair It does not do this in a moment as will a hair dye j but in a short time the gray color of age gradually disap pears and the darker color of youth takes its place Would you like a copy q of our book on the Hair and Scalp It is free If you do not obtain all the tencflts you expected from 111 use ot the Vigor about It AddresS Utt J C AYER Lowell Mai o i DOALiBsoWTEIY PuRE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome 1i hut legitimated hater on and who serv d terms in the penitentiary for refusing to obey the law before it was tested in the courts are sore on the subject but even these seem now willing to accept the situation while the young people almost en masse are out spoken in their opposition to polycamv and icvolt at the mere suggestion of a possible return to it This feeling among the young people is shared by nearly all of the women young or old The women I heard express themselves were without exception not only strong antipolygamiitp but many boldly asserted that it was forced upon them in tho first place by the church This is the present situation But if Mr Roberts is found guilty if he really tins three wives and Congress fails to umcat him what will be tho result In my judgment such neglect of plain duty on the part of Congress would be let rimental not only to our common nonntrj but especially to Utah Since 1852 Congrcs has never failed when called upon to act to place its stamp of disapproval uypon this social evil end to fail now would be to admit error upon all former occasions and might 90 encourage the leaders of Mormoniem that they would seek a repeal of law now upon the statute book of Utah prescribing the penalty for those guilty of polygamy III other words they might seek to make the old custom lawful so it may be consistently restored as a part of their practice The clause in Utahs constitution would be n dead letter with no penalty prescribed Utah is a sovereign State and what could our national government do if she shoald repeal this law I do not intend to intimate that nothing could be done but do say it would present very nice legal question Possibly the mitipolyganiist laws passed by Con ross when Utah was a Territory were unnecessarily radical I am inclined to this bolief but it is too late now to recedeThe question is asked How would Congress proceed iu this mattei There is no contest Many newspa pers answer this by referring to Article Section 5of the Constitution which provides that Each house shall be ihe judge of the elections returns nun qualifications of its own members hue the authors ot this answer have evi dently not read the Constitution lately This clause simply menus that each house may judge of the fairness of the elections the regularity of the returns and of the qualifications of its members as measured by tim requirements of tho Ctnistiutiou The Constitution ays Article Section 2 second para graph No person shall be a Repre sentative who hliall have not attained to the age of twentyfive years and been seyen years a citizen of tho United Suites and who shall not when elected be an inhabitant of the State in which he shall be chosen Is Mr Roberts qualified under this provision If so ho cannot rightfully be unseated under tho clause so frequently referred to But there is anotner provision in the Constitution which seems not only to give Congress the power hut the right to expel a member even though he may be qualified and we see 110 reason why it should not be made use of in Mr Uobertb caso The seconl para graph of Article SetHun 5 rends Each house may dcmermine the rules of its proceedings punish its members for disorderly ISeliavior and with tho concurrence of twothirds expel a member I HIII a Democrat hut if tho charges agrtinst Mr Itopsm mire true in my lilY judgment js a hint ter of public policy he should be milfitted wjthmii a dissenting voice There are times when politics should be put aside and this is one of time times Imagine a proud nation that has just brought to a victorious end a war waged for human itt4 sake smith to extend her great civilization allowing a polygamist a criminal to sit III her Supreme Coin cil Of course Congress cvnld not with out usurpation heat Mr Roberts opponent To unseat Mr Roberts would simply create a vacancy to be filled in the ordinary way I hae tend a number of Mr Roberta writing and am well acquainted with his standing in Utah He is a man of unusual buihiattcy and strength lIe is the unrivaled orator of the Mormon church If nn effort is made to unseat him his speech in his own defense will be worth hearing It will be the great est advertisement tho Mormon religion has had sluice Joseph Smith discovered the plates iiiE OMIIAM lloclf Ark r ILitto THE DEADLY GRIP Is again abroad in time land Tho air you breathe may be full uf its fatal germs Dont neglect the Grip or you will open the door Pneumonia and Consumption and invite death Its sure signs are chills with fever headache dull heavy pains mucous discharges from thQn080 sore throat and neverletgo cough Dont wesie precious time treating this ronsli with troches tablets or poor olieni t yrups Cure it atroncS with Ir KinusNtw Discovery the mufall4hmz remedy for bronchial troubles It kills thli 1t5095n gcrmsihfial time lungs and prevent tIme dr adcdaftcr elTects front this malady Price 00 cents and Money hack ii not cured A trial bottle free at Perry Thomas Drug Store Tho Standard Oil Company last week raised the price of oil one cent per gallon A local dealer upon being asked what had brought about tho raise said that the company had a big law snit on hand and the raise was nindcTin order to pay the expenses of the suiL Our readers who are posted on the quantity of ol sold by the Standard Company realize what an immense amount of money one cent on a gallon to the coirero ofithat toneerm- iC0V1fl0OrCOflflQI 1- tbLi 4KIN6 POWDER TELL US TIlE HEWS I Tho Mt Sterling SentinelDemo crat hits the following which is applicable here as well its there Well yew we have boiiiHiines in the past missed little items of that would have been of newsI some people if not tho whole world Ve sometimes miss finding out that a wedding has taken place for tho reason that tho uronni slips into the Clerks oflice after everybody has gone to bed or when no ono is there but the oflicial and he pledged to secrecy And then we have missed recording deaths simply for the reason that we do not make a habit to he around an tinder taking establishment And we some times fail to got the goings and comings uf the ttoplu for the reason that thief go or come at night or perhaps get on the train from time far side We fre queutly fail to get an account of sone wait whipping his wife for time reason that limo good woman will say nothing to us of her troubles along this line It It frequ3ully the case that people are sick lint we know nothing about it uu til they conic in and raise n kick that it paperWhilethat will not do to publish yet there mire many tilings occurring In this great big world that we can know nothing of unless some one tells of It When you go to marry if you will sand us an invitation to be present and witness the ceremony or send us some of time cake then you would be sure of more titan a passing mention When you are sick if you will let us know we shall go to see you if possible and if you should die we would certainly not fail to let the world know that a good titan or woman as the case might be has passed from this world When the merchant wants tho people to know that he lets received his now goods he comes to time newspaper office writes what he wants said and thus lets the world know what he is in favor of If you want the newspaper to chronicle your weddings deaths births your goings or comings why then let the editor know it and he will tell the world The smallest timings may exert the greatest influence Do Witts Little Early Risers are unequalled for overcoming constipation and liver troubles Small pill best pill safe pill Doug Ins Wells UPTODATE MARRIAGE CEREMONY Atlanta Journal The following marriage ceremony used by tquire Tunk Blossom of Bill Williams district shows an upto date ness that is astonishing for such a con servative community as Lilll Will iame district Young lady will you promise to take this helpless young gosling you hold by the hand and sc that lie wants fur nothing Will you guarantee to stand between him and the poorhouse fUll him when he is sick provide him with a new suit twice a year and always see that his supply of stovcwood is dry and convenient until the divorce courts shall intervene If you feel like nndortakinua little matter like that deposit 20 with me as a guarantee that lie will be well cared for anti take the gosling and light out Uearthless ofAgs Time kidneys are responsible for more sicknefs suffering and deaths than another organs of time body A majority of the ills afflicting people today is traceable to kidney trouble It prevadcs nil classes of society in all climates regardless of ago sex or con dition Time symptoms of kidney trouble are unmistakable such as rheumatism neuralgia sleeplessness pain or dull ache la the back a desire to urinate often day or ni ht profuse or scanty supplyUric acid or briukdust deposit iu urine mire sins of clogged kidneys cans ing poisoned and germfilled blood sometimes tho heart acts badly and casts wasting of the kidneys are found in the urine which if elected will result in Brights Disease the most dangerous form of kidney trouble All theoe symptoms and condition are promptly removed under the iu fluenco of Dr Dilinefa Swaml Hoot It has a world wide reputation fur its wonderful cures of the most distress jug cases No one need bo long without it cs it so easy to get at any drug store at fifty cents or one dollar You can have a sample bottle of this wonderful ditcov err SwampRoot and a book Itllirg all iihput it both ent to you absolute y free by mail Send your address to Dr Kilmer r Co Bingham N Y nnd kindly mention that you rend thin lib eral otTer iu The Richmond CLI MAX VlI Time Lexington Herald says that W W Gill ships 5000 dozen eggs every month from Lexington to eastern markets and estimates that since Mr Gill has been in the business he has shIp- ped 2 100000 dozen eggs which if placed end to end would reach from Lexington to Boston a distance of 840 mimics J MrV tAFackler Editor of tIle Mkami y Via Huuutier1 with his wife and clnltlren uttered terribly from LaGrippjs One Minute Cough Cure Was the otily reaiody that help them It acjted quickly Thousands of others uso UIH remedy as a specific for La Grippe and iu exhausting after effects Douglaa Wells It is foreshadowed the Paris Press that till Court of Cassation will render jiidttincnt in favor of Dreyfus If lie shall be liberated who tIn calculate the real damages he fchould rightfully bo able to collect liom the French go vein iheut Nt nonex tputcl ropayfj no ra stored honors could atone for too grisly horrors lie has suffered alone on that prison island to tRY nothing of time iie Jp disgrace that must have torn his h1 art I LITERL1RYQTES The event of the literary year will be undoubtedly time great novel upon laboringillceeds to tho transportation to Canada of three thousand Russian Quakois It is generally believed by his friends that this work will probably mark the conclusion of Count ToUtoyrt literary career Not merely on this account buthecansu he Iii subject treated it will attract the widest attention the world over It is a profound study of the life of man and woman and treats of the three phases of lovethat of time youth that of tho young man and that of tim milan in mature ago Time Cosmopolitan Magazine announces that it has secured tile solo right of publics tion God is good to time Irishvmis time motto inscribed over a pipe crossed on a whiskey bottle which tile witty Dion Coucicault invented for the coat of arms of the Sliaughraun Club This interpretation f the purposes of Divine Providence would teem to be borne out by an article in the January Cos mopolitan treating of the Irtish leaders of tim nations mind showing that not only has England a Lord Woteeley u Lord Roberts andn Kitchener but that Spain haa a Duke of Tetuan Rus aia a Tnafe not to mention an endless array of other Irishmen who have re fleeted honor upon their native land TilE PENNY MAGAZINE New York which is the lowestpriced magazine in America JO cents a year and which is owned by Hon Chauncey II Depow the eminent American orator wants a representative in this vicinity It h a good opportunity for one of our ambitious young men oryonng women Applications should be addressed to the Subscription Department THE JENNY MAGAZINE Temple Court New vork City jamu2- i8tCORRESPONDENCE SILVER GREEK W 11 Farris and wife spent last wreck in Lexington Wo have had rain mud and grippe for time past ton lays John W Ballard spent a portion of last week in Cincinnati Mrs JJ F Brown has been on tho sick list for time past ton days Miss Stella Adams of M F I spent from Friday until Tuesday with home folks Mr II M flinty of Kingston spent Saturday and Sunday with John Maupin Jr Born to the wife of Rev W Potter at Mt Carmel Tenn Jan 4 a son Merrill Earnest Miss Ella Powers returned home Sunday after spending a week with relatives in Richmond Mrs Nannie McUroom went to Lan caster Monday to he present at time marriage of her cousin Miss Georgic Miller to George us- kJIEREA Mr E T Fish Ivery ill with pneu tnonia at his home on Main street Our townsman J V Chancy the hustling agent for the Hurst Insurance Cowas at Ford last week adjusting the loss of G C Clark The citizens of Berea met last Sun tiny afternoon In College Chapel to give thanks for the 30000 endowment fund secured by resident Frost and his coworkers Uncle Allen Park an aged and niirch respected colored man mimo has been sexton for tho Glade Chrlstain church for mutiny years is dangeioasly ill with pneumonia DRIP ROCK rime matrimonial fever has hiokcn out in this section lor the first time this winter Tho roads in this part of the world are getting so muddy it is almost ini possible to travel- Marriedon Monday the IGth lust at the residence of the jrooma aunt Mrs M F Walker Mr J C Alcorn and Mrs Sarah A Webb and there are others who u ill probably follow ou the siino voyage soon Married on the llth inst at the reel deuce of the brides father Mr C L Fowler Mr Virgil Cox and Miss Nonia Fowler Attendants Mr O J Mur jihy Miss Etta Fowler nnd Mr Frank Uarrett and Miss Evil Fowler The roller skating craze is again be coming popular in the Kentticky towns DECUUARI ITO OUR SOIL Catarrh is an American disease 7 Mrs Grcgcr Uagby xfifS Tex says IVruna i y hastlollc so nuch good jforrac that 1 am able my own work t Mr JacobGriffin Elmer Mich writes I wasTCry ncrvpus and unable to iji work I have taken several W bottles of 1eruna end am entirely well Esther Luther Frank- S llnsville N Csays I took your Peruna for deafness can hear now as r well as I ever could Aug Tryloff Mt Clem ens Michwritcs Ihnd la grippe and it left me with B terrible cough I took Peruna and was f curedMrs E Guest Kearney Buffalo Co Neb writes e I took your Pernca for P catarrh and can that I am now entirety cured otit II Walter Brady Cas cade Ark says I hnd jl running cars It was so r offensive I excluded my lir self from all society After rpwIr I had borne it fourteen years I rend Dr Hartsaains book called I The Ills of Life X took seventeen dollars worth aiit rewcdics sad am eaitirely ctrL D KKIThe Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000 CURED It WE CURE EMISSIONS Nothing can Ito ION dcmoraliiice to prescarelrtXlaee weaknc nerronDcno It feeling symptomsThey i lifo nnd social lmppine5 No matter whether caused by evil habits in youth ourNeweuro ye- nNO CURE NO PAY Kcailer rult lieN hell JJarly nbuf o or youExposureara not safe till urcd Our Now Method will euro yuu ca run to lUk 25000 YREDYonngr JIan You nrn pate feeble nmi Iiagsanl nervous Irritable nnd ei jnndtitoollngformtho light your Ciistcncc WE CURE fiRICOCELE J moyJemilpwormy their normal condition and henro llu r sexual organs receive r nourijh meat Tho organs becniao vilnlizcJ oil iMinntu drama or lis ci ccaro in temporatyiNi tu XO PAY NO OIKltA riox Ni L4ity TJO DElEN fJS irjSVllitLth sititliNbY ditise CO NSUMATION k YKKK JiOoKfl lmm CHARGES vriteraKA a D S KEKNEDYS KERGAW 122 W FOURTH ST CJWCIKJATI O JoJ1 Je uf In GO TO THE English Kitchen 12 W Short St Lexington Ky J W MASTERS Proprietor Regular meals 25 cents Lodging 25 cents Most convenient and centrally located hotel in the city Fine equipped bar in connection == 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The executor of Lee Jake White deceased offers for sale privately about 1 km of Land thobillancoand Dudley Tribble TIme latter Is in bluegrass and has not been ploughed for thirty years G Cole Ex Box 255 Kyjanl2m For o Filvatoly M andLotpropertyTheble and other necessary outbuildings the lot contains about 90x90 price will be reasonable for cat h WILLIAM ENGLISH novOtf Richmond Ky FOR SALE I bargainIfYLOIzJanUt thinkwpluIIeltm1lIProtect your Idea thsi bring you wealth Writ JOHN WEUDEKDUnN CO Fatent Attor neys Ctor their 11800 prize oner i rbtand list inventions wanted PictureFraming Wo are now receiving all of the new things in mould ingsin 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 picture framing HolidayTrade make up and offer at our usual low prices 100 genuine Etchings 100 select yard Pictures all different subjects frames eomQle glass backing and wire to hang 8x10 25c Por trait size 10x20 1 to 150 If you want pick and choice of this select earlyPoliteand efficient service guar teed GB QlMm WILL ING ff SAIJ SIEEET N IlVn are not neglecting our Wall Taper Window Shale Taint and Giant hnsinesH time same low piices are niide to cacti and every one alike 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS- CoPYRIGHtS DESIGNS cAnyone sending a sketch and description mar ilcklr ascertain our opinion an inyentln is probably patentable Communll3 tlonistrlctlyconOden lInndbookon tentasent free Oldest nccurtnirpatents f gIPatents taken to vo tptclal notice without charge In the ciftflflc Jlm rita A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest cir culation of any vclcntuic journal Terns 93 a year four months tL Sold byall newsdealers MUNN C03slcroadwal New York Urancn Offlce CS F atWashington D U 2S27 MM Unit Railmy I In Effect December 5 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm am 2 00 0 20 Lye lllchmoud pmArllH 2 55 7 03 Winchester 42 6 16 25 5 45 Maysville 8 30 5 40 9 33 Paris 84 510 6 tl 10 23 Georgetown 7 50 4 28 7 10 20 Ar Fraukfoit Lye 7 00 340 Ask for tickets via Paris J R NEWTON O PJt Read ThisI have rented for 189S the several houses ad vertised by me last December but have now four or five other nice cottages well located andequipped for sale on easy terms Call at my over Messrs White Gibson store with Stephen D ParrishAttorneyatLaw FLORIDA II PARRISH Jan28tt Attorney and Agent REPAIRING AND A SPECIALTYAll Work Guaranteed LE LANEsJE2VEL JR2ND STREET RICHMOND KY Advance Advertisement fT = kWATCH THIS EVERY WEEKNext week iSIPLadies Fleeeedlined Hose worth 20cts lor lOcts 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c Bargifhs this week in table linen napkins and counter panes ThesMcLine Commission Qo 5t 4 I j Jry Goods Notions and 6ther articles Re Ilep1elthenam when in douM i M 1IIOS MEIGBEN Manager Con iNAKDC CnEtL21DH no ally ItlOHMONJ KY c a II Ir XJ XI JIl J 2cOf your money unless you get value received for it areniwaysiyyou around the store and learn how much better you can do here than anywhere else i CDLJ- c CD Co Bedroonn I SuitesBirdsEye Maple Mahog banyGolden and Antique Oak Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds t Elegant Sideboards and Center Tables r1Odd Dressers Chiffoniers Parlor Cabinet Book Cases oHatRacks Etc Etc There is also on display in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever rbrought to Richmond My MoquetteRoxberry be excelled A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and Corduroy just received from the city 1 Clothes Scrap and Work Baskets Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attract ive additions to our business If you a lover of beauty it will pay you to call and my line of Framed Pictures Me 4dallions c We also male a of Jframing pictures rETkaOur line is full and and in charge of Mr M G Brown a graduate embalmer and funeral director It will pay you to callon me before purchasing elsewhere I 51NfVILL MOBERLEY Successor to J R Collins ffNIGHT PHONE 2- 3gsREMEMBER tatas a call TIITTRMAN GROCERY COIt Con MAIN AND RICHMOND KY QUALITY RES0HEGE- EPTH POWER I I I which satisfy IirCrc make I tano may have another r two another three these o to Ikr p 0M fijY G M4 jlfi1f nno IIiIIIc n IOu writis Established 25 years isi t Wayne Organ Ft Wayne aug36m InclIJI l1 1 1l l1 1H I f t ItJj i t 1rrnfID Itl wmrnLY h I tL rVCUI V Cbiers Ir4 Icpac WBiuty I Will continne to give by week Sw by means of tflumtrations 0 an4 text aU the important news wotid lu a clear and concise nnu POLITICS Independent of pirtie doted to good wilt not hesitate to approve or disapprove whatever the situation nay be I Cuba and the Philippines Srecial artcei silt apptat on these two countries bJ Men Phil RobInson and F D Millet both of whom made tpedil iouneys to the VHS WITH AND TUB I C are r re the of tone the k of one s tcu none O week during Ci the ART The leading mists of the country will contribute to the pages of the WEEKLY at nuking It the foremost illustrated weekly Hawaii and Porto Rico These will be similarly treated study of the places W THE BEST OF THE YEAR ishat HARPERS WEEKLY hue been in be siidwilt be in the IuIre The gul oth accomrUhed In the tate S4nlsbAmer ws Is thincteriiticofthB WEEKLYS lire and trgetie l SERIAL STORIES SLEEPER WAXES SWOXO CRUCIFiX CONSPIRATORS ltef heretofore By II Q Wellk r By IS Van fly tW Chambers Some Co WENorrU Owen Hall F McCarthy H S Merrlman 2Eo F Benson H S Williams John Corbin MSBrlscca WESTI Franklin White In JQL properties musicalcar properties JOEIi fDlnwIdJIe PICTORIAL HISTORY olicrDWt1EN mI5FZ Extension Hampers specialty complete CHEAPSIDE Ie ShortStory trlblltorsti ALASKA U end its rtiontKJ PtbJ the btof a sUitS ol penbrEIIJ I SpurtTisflusy TtoriJ br E S Miinin itltest to j amUSe and taiitcci ha owlts + AMATEUR ATHLCriCS Vititi be con nueJweey h1 its welthown editor fltr CEJpar Wrt 10 cu SarJlQWtI OQi t Ii i puhthstiOv4Attretb MARIE DR07JIIR5 1 5 tZ 1f tfWJ 1f ijti tlZa IIallU P4 The Richmond Climax CCflAULTPtvprIctorz and Editors C E WOODS Associate Editor WEDNESDAY JAN 25 1899 PUBLUilfKDXVKKY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co PRICK PElt YEAR 150 ANNOUNCEMENT FOR AUDITOIK- Wo authorized to announce JOHN B CIIKNAULT of Madison county a candidate for the office of State Auditor subject to the action of tho Democratic State Convention COL CHAS II JONES late of the St Louis PostDispatch has purchased the Louisville Ky Dispatch We predict right now that Gel Jones will make it interesting for Col llonrl Vatterson of tho CourierJournal whoso bichlo ride ol gold views stuck in the crop of the Democratic party in the last na tional campaign The abovo paragraph is clipped from tuv Columbia Mo Statesman of Janu nry 20 and is tho first intimation we have hail of such a transaction It means if true nothing more nor less than the enlargement and improvement of the Dispatch without changing its policy With such a team as Col Jones and Mr Enloc and with united Democracy at its back the future of the paper and the party would be an assured success There is not a better chance in the United fur tire building up of a great newspaper than in Louis yule The Dispatch is the nucleus It has in ox Congressman limbo one of the most forceful fearless and able editors in the country and by the addition of capital to bettor equip it it will leap to the front in American journalism The Dispatch may have inado some mistakes in its short but brilliant career but we are glad to be of those who are To Ls faults a little bllaH To iU virtues very kind loving it for the grand auso it fights for hardly more than for some of the envmies it has made With a deep in terest in its establishment and a stead fast trust in the integrity and loy alty of its management wo earnestly ask nil those who want to see the tri uiuph of the principles for thd furtherance of which it was founded to STAND BY TUB DISPATCH It is the im par of the people It is nut owned by a corporation is not backed by limitless capital and is perhaps yet unable to make the show of its older anti wealthier rivals hut it is our champion fearless and faithful and deserves the hearty support of tho whole Suite It conies to us daily freighted with the let and most relia talc news if not tho greatest quantity its fditoriali evidence the sleepless vigil it keeps over the welfare of our party and fills us with prido in the pos session of a champion able to cope with opponents no matter who they arc L t no Democrat be weakened in his loyalty to or support of this his partys only hope in Louisville listen not to de tractions or ridicule of the paper These are the last resorts to weaken or de stroy italld when gone it would leave 22VW Democrats without a voice as they were throe years ago THOSE who have faithfully contended against the alluring policy of Philippine annexation Itvtoly welcomed many ii lustrious penitents to tho mourners opponents of annexation will p int with some degreoof undo to the form of Fire Alarm Foraker seated within the temple of genuine Amen ranism They arc all coming out of tin storm There are confessions yet to be made penitents yet to outer the hid erring ouyset to be redeemed The opponents of imperialism have placed upon tho outer wall of the tem ple wherein the doctrines of the fath ers are fosteredthe sign Vbilo the lamp holds out to burn the vilest imperialist may return CJIBroWBrCo LEXINGTON KY A Ringing Message Full of Seasonable Sensa ble Hints for the home and its comfortsWe have beautified many par lors during the last few weeks andhavent many suits left Here are a few of thorn At 1900 At 3250 IDQmTI A Spiece mahogany frame covered in Damask that was 27 50 mallOganyjlramesuitcovcred daeocrntion on back that was 15 ro1 overstufflsuit = 0 e3sx eaT5 This is an annual event every year in January we sell off the odd pieces You can buy them very cheap- S LECIALBARGAINS This week in Extension Tables and Sideboards CIF1 BrorCo11MATN- NDBR0ADWAY LEXINGTON ICY- epti1 S7 SWhentalk about what they can dOj whcntliey are calm they talk about what l ought to oW J Drant TilE expose of Keeloys motor secret by a Philadelphia newspaper which had lila workshop ransacked after his death Indicates the reason why all confidence men are down on the press HBBBJS the record of the glorious war department at Washington that is trying to castasperslons on Gen Miles Gen Rusell Ai Alger Secretary of War was courttnartialod for cowardice in the face of the enOl Y cnW G Ciirbln Adjutant General ofjhe United States Army wits court martialcd for wardicefin the face of the enemy Gen Chas P Began Commissary General was courtmartialed for failing to pay his gambling debts AMONG the announced applicants for a commissionership to the Paris Exposition is our distinguished fellow citizen Hon Brutis J Clay who would fill the position with credit alike to the titate and Nation His failure to land the Swiss mission after a close contest did not cause him to sulk in his tent but ho continued to work for his party with unabated zeal We would like to see Mr Clay have this place if it is to bo given to a gentleman of his political persuasion He is a man all over and would mako an official of whom we would all be proud TIIEUE aro no bimetallists who have not enlisted for tho war They will stay with this fight until it is won There is not a break nora crack in their structure Reports from tho east and the west show a resolve to go straight on with the work of proselyt jug as American citizens should vote Eastern journals may grow hysterical They may threaten the country with rain as they threatened it in 1S9G They may call upon the bulldozed em ployes of outrageously protected factories to march to the polls and surrender their manhood yet another time All of that is to be expected Their pur chased patriotism is known for what it is The friends of silver voted more strongly the past November than in November 1890 They will vote more strpngly in November 1900 They knw that they are right They will go ahead It has been about two months since the November elections and we repro duce the above from Branns Icono clast issued this month in order to indelibly stamp on the brow of the feeble individual who asserted or thought that silver was dead The man who argues that the silver issue is dead is either incapacitated to grasp any ques tion of moment or he is hypocritical in his avowals CONGRESSMAN DAVISOK voted against Civil Service Reform and comes under the lash ot two of the greatest Republican journals in America for so doing The Chicago Record says Lot the classified list alone But the New York Suu goes to the marrow in this characteristic style and we commend its language and its consistency to those Uepublicans who voted for Civil Ser vice but are now dead agiu it The Sun says The Democratic platform of 1890 opposed life tenure in the public ser CongresshavepPosc the Civil Service law The ne publican platform of 1890 declared that Civil Service law was placed on the statute book by the Republican party which has always sustained it and we renew our repeated declarations that it honestlyeuforcticabla Hero is a distinct pledgoand it can Uepublicaltsrefuse an appropriation for the Civil Service broke that pledge Their performance was not onlv dishonorable but it was miserably cheap They knew perfectly well that the senate would not concur in any such business They know perfectly well that the House after it had had- its cheap kickat the Republican Civil Service law would turn around and vote for the appropriations as it did yesterday This show has been given botoro nut the temptation to impress upon their ofllccseeking constituents that they would help them get a Federal job if it wore not for this law is too great for such weak minds to resist So certain Republican Congressmen make a merit of spitting at a law of which their national platform boasted and which they one honor to sus Lain Wo have never admired Chinese Civil Service Reform but we admire a good deal less the politicians who try to break a solemn promise of their party PERSONAL- Mr John Th Chenault was in Paris last week citylastMiss Laura Lynn left Monday for a trip south Mr C R Smith has returned to Jackson county Mrs Frazee has for her guest Mrs Pigg of St Louis Mrs Norris of St Louis is tho guest of her sister Mrs L J Frazee We are glad to see Mr Tom Arnold out again after his long illness Miss Katherine Blanton left Monday morning for Montgomery Alabama Miss AValdoan is in New York select- Ing spring millinery for Mr B W Turner Mr rom Martin a prominent Lexington lawyer is in the city attending court Miss Van Qroenleaf has just returned from a visit to Miss Lizette Dickson at Paris MissXannio Heath is visiting with her aunt Mrs Embry of Nicholasville in TexasMiss Belle Bennett made an address to the mission band at Stanford last TuesdayMr Prewitt of Mt Sterling- spent seventh days friends in town last week Mrs Matt S Cohen will have for lien guests this week the Misses Cohen of VersaillesMr Mrs C J Bronstou are the guests of Mm George Prewitt on Third street Dr Dave Bennett of Lexington spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs James Bennett Mr Matt S Cohen will attend the Faulconer sale of fine horses at Dan yUle noxt week Miss Mildred Golden formerly of this city is taking depositions in the BocknerAshcr case Mr Richard Bush of Stanford is the guests of Mrs Thomas Pholjis at Dreaning Creek hcighs Miss Bessie McGuin of Versailles is visiting her sisters Mrs John Pates and Mrs Grant E Lilly Dr M C Heath is in Stanfordat tending his daughter Mrs A H Sever ance who is critically ill Mieses Allio and Lucy and Lizzie Victor of Middlesboro visiting Mrs J W Rawlins Mr and Mrs W D Oldham and little suns Masters Ronald and liar thisIMiss Ethel Tenill is expected home in February She acOrn paned by her sister Mrs Vernon i BeggaMessrs Dttvo Fox Jolia 1MaeialI i rr i Charley Edwards of Mt Sterling at tended the C U 0 C dances Friday night Miss Ollio Baldwin left Monday for Annapolis Md She wis joined at Winchester by Mrs Beckncrand her J J Greenleaf nnd Morri weather Smith went to Lexington last Monday and attended Jack and tho Beanstalk Monday night Miss Minerva Park Phelps enter tamed ver delightfully at five oclock guestMissMiss Mary Logan left last week to spend the remainder of the winter with her sister Mrs Lillio Keene who Is studying music in New York Mrs Mary Nealo Thompson and Mrs C D Chensult spent Friday in Lexington attended the reception given by the ladies of the two chapters of D A It daujhterMi611mine county returned homo Monday after a pleasant visit to relatives and friends here Mr I D Timberlake former pastor of the Baptist church was in the city several days last week Ho is now in charge of the First Baptist church of New Albany While attending U S Court at Frankfort Messrs W 0 Chenault W H Harber C L Searcy and Matt byAuditorMr and Mrs D L Cobb of Cynthi ann are visiting Miss Mollie Fife Mrs Cobb who was Miss Jane Patter son was one of the six graduates at Madison Female Institute in 18SG Hon C J Bronston made an address before the C U law class Monday Might Tho house was well filled and Mr Bronston was greeted with warm applause Extended notice elsewhere Miss Mary Campbell will leave today for Lexington to be the guest of Mrs Philip Wade irinstead After wards ehe will visit Shelbyville and Louisville and then resume her work with the Viavl Company- Mr and Mrs Hugh McElwaine left last week for Lexington to reside j their departure is regretted Their little daughter who was the light of the Bales household will be greatly missed by its doting grandparents byliethe prettiest and most enjoyable ever given in town The ball room was brilliantlylightedglory and played as only he can Tho chaperones were Mr and Mrs D B Shackelford Beatty Middelton Burt ShelbyIrvineLacy Lee Bright At intermission- was served a delightful luncheon alter which all returned to the scene of elrlyhourToday at 130 p m at the residence of the brides mother Mrs Harriet DaisyRusselllew Deatherage will be united In marriage by Roy Jasper K Smith of the First lresbyterian church Ihe attendants will l e Miss Mary Campbell sister of the bride and Mr Sam Bales pigeoiiblueher sister will wear a turquoise in visi blo plaid After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Deathcrage will leave on a bridal tour The brideelect is a lovable and attractive young whose gentle arid unselfish disposition should ever inspire her husband to the loftiest endeavors to make their married life supremely happy Mr Deatherage is the onlv child of Mr and Mrs Dock- Deather e is an industrious farmer with many friends who join in con gratulating him upon the winning of such an excellent wife The CiisrAX can express no better wish than that they may always bo as hippy as they are today RELIGIOUS Preaching at the Baptist churchon Sunday next by the pastor It Is Bight This is the text from preachedlasthe is defined by the written will of God or is written in our hearts and consciences according to the original constitutions of our nature olfilialojey your parents in tho Lord Not obey from a sense of propriety nor from gratitude but because It Is right Mr Smith then launched into a discussion of tho prevalent false no wrongforerroneous idea by tho common belief that a private church member may do many things which his pastor i cannot In other words that the rule for Jnemberno place in life neither in tho social religiousWhateverywhere and we should adjust our conduct according to Right and not vice wrongthereplainlystated rightThecircumstance what is once right or Therightthe reach of our faculties to discern desire1earn the1lledian offertheRightpreferred the lions den to a cowardly compromise with duty Another la standardconduct of corporations that will do those things from which individuals would shrink This should not be The eternal rule of right was formulated before man was created It is a platform upon which all mankind must stand the free man and the slave minIstere pew communities staLer nations all all must conform to the inflexible rule of right The lesson to bo learned from the sermon whoso forcefulness our feeble efforts cannot portray Is that as chris- tians we must desire to do that which is right not only in the sight ofman whatRightit popes cannot promulgate Itpresbyteries cannot prescribe it associations cannot arbitrate it conferences cannot control itj it antedates all these and all these must conform to and be measured by the eternal and unchangeable law created by the sever eign Arbiter of the world DEATHS PERKINS Columbus Perkins on Monday January 23 of pneumonia near this county LoWERYJas Lowery of the Million locality died Saturday last of fistu la aged about 38 years Deceased leaves a wife and four children Mr Underhill Scores a Great Succs If the next and last lecture of the Winter Lecture Courseby Dr P S Henson March 3 subject Backbone is as entertaining as that of last Thursday evening the patrons of the series will be thoroughly satisfied lrof Underhill entertainment does not consist of a lecture but may be de scribed as the complete rendition ola drama by one performer who person ates all time characters In this in SheridansJJderbills personations of the several characters of this drama from the progeny of learning and large words Mrs Malaprop to bravo Fighting DObiero masterly indeed The audience was keenly apprecIa- tive and seldom did a better satisfied gathering disperse from the Court Houa 5 Is This Not a SIgn1 That the gulf between the north and south has disappeared and old wounds healed would seem to be indicated by ThursdayTheto be celebrated in the evening and hand bills announcing Brilliant Ad CampFireUnion soldier who fought under Grant His name is Jas Reeves he isan invalid pensioner a highly respected citizen and member of the G A R but he wont round with the bills for Lees celebration with the grace of one who has buried fraternal strife beyond the power of resurrection A Pleasant Affair in The Country On Tuesday last Miss Mary Ballard the handsome laughter of Mr John receptionday evening Although the evening was very inclement about one hundred guests were present from Paint Lick Point Leavell hite Hall Waco Richmond and Kirksville Music for the occasion was supplied by Owen younghostesscomfort of the guests in other ways besides spreading a bountiful supper at a seasonable hour The affair was in everything and everyway except the weather a brilliant success Dr Kennedy Removes to Louisville Yielding to the solicitation of old friends and relatives at Crescent Hill Jefferson county a suburb of Louis yule Dr Orville Anderson Kennedy of this place has removed to his old home ant will there continue the prac tice of his profession of which he was a prominent member here This will be unpleasant news to the large circle of friends of Dr Kennedy in Madison county because it will remove from us a skilled and conscientious practi tiontr a cultivated refined gentleman and good citizen Not only that but it means tho departure later of his family consisting of wife and little daughter Katherine Mrs Kennedy is without superior in popularity among tho ma trons of our community Her lovely disposition has attached all hearts to onlybydeparture will be as distinct a Joss to social circles as that of her husband to the medical profession Dr Kennedy was graduated at C U in 1883 with high houois He finished the medical course at time Hospital Col lege in Louisville and studied in Eu rope Upon his return he was elected to the Chair of Chemistry in Central University which he filled with distinguished success such as hail marked collegeHoHon to adorn time profession and is a bright ornament thereof for whom the best wishes of this community are extended now that he is determined to bid us adieu Captured by Madisons Sheriff Deputy Sheriff P it Broaddus made a very important arrest last Saturday a full account of which appears in Mondays Enquirer in this special from KyHon K Wilson late candidate for county judge who is accused of causing a criminal operation of which Miss Entry Cloydlhe cook of a London hotel was the victim was arrested through a telegram at Richmond Ky Saturday night and brought to london by Deputy Sheriff Richard Colyer of Madison county Tire warrant was changed to murder and in the absence of Judge Stanberry Sheriff Leo Mc Hargue placed him in time county jail with an extra guard When the officer and prisoner arrived Saturday night Ii crowd was at time dedot and to avoid trouble the train was stopped below tIme depot and they got off unobserved When seen today Wilson stated that lie would be defended by tIme best legal talent and that he had the money to secure it He was very sorry that Miss Cloyd had died and said he was en route to London from Williamstown when ho was arrested His father arrived Sunday night Miss Mary Cloyd died this morning and an inquest was held by Drs Pen nington Cold well and Ramsey who found that she came to death through the attempted operation which caused blood poisoning In her deathbed statement she left word to tell Wilson slur forgave him The remains were taken to tier parents home about nine miles from London and were buried to JudgeStanberryEugene K Wilson is the son of Dr J M Wilson the oldest practitioner in Williamstown Ky and one of its best citizens His arrest has almost prostrated his aged parents and his sisters all of whom live here A Moblo Causi Last Friday evening under tho auspicious of the Daughters of tile Confed eracy the birthday of General 11 E Lee was duly celebrated at the court house It was a soul stirring occasion worthy of tho purpose for which it was called Time proceeds arc to be devoted to needy families of exConfederates How worthy the cauee we may learn by reading this beautiful article from time Winchester Democrat of one year ago written before time celebration of Leos birthday there A generation ago tho best blood of the North and South were arrayed arrayBothput forth efforts that excited the admiration of the world Especially was this true of the people A generation has passed since then and time and disease has dimmed the eyes that gazed without faltering upon the theIthe cannons roar are how seamed and furrowed ana tIme steps that followed the flag to victory or defeat are now telldinjtMany of those who made the very best soldiers have not had the sagacity to forge ahead in the sharp competition of business and the winter of old age whilh is rapidly npnroaehinir finds them unprepared For those who fought on the winning side a grateful government has made ample provision in tho way of pensions or those who fiuallytheynot in disgrace there is no such provision Most 01 them are old many of them aro poor very poor In our coun Itbullywill give this entertainment and all who have a kindly feeling for those who are no longer able to fight the bat primedidare invited to attend and help make this event a matter of prIde to our people and of help to the aged veterans who so severely need It A Great Address A largo crowd attended tho lecture of Hon C J Bronston at time courthouse Monday night before the law class of C U It was one of the most interesting ever heard here and was listcno to with close attention and un largenudience j both races Tile address created a profound 5m little short of a senaliou aud- IS the talk of tire city As was so elo quenth predicted by Mr R W Miller who introduced Mr Bronston his speech was a marvelously logical pre Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair illR CIsJ BAllNfi WDIDMOST PERFECT M DEI Freckcin40 YEARS TiIESTANiMtD1 t Ih ii lIEFF MILLmN I Sole agents for the Cel ebrated Pine Knot Coal None genuine but ours slack no clinkers it and be convinced iTry R N 21 I B depot sentation of tho chief dangers of our Republic that have always threatened- it and that increased securityFrom of our government he showed how two great war ring ideas had prevailed among the peo ple the supremacy of concentrated power and wealth on one hand and time Government of by and for time people on the other Hamilton was the patron saint of tho aristocracy while Jef peopleHowgreat speech above all who heard it will testify and we freely confess our inability and regret our lack of space Junitmgitsattention there was riot there could not have been a dissenting auditor un ill time inevitable culmination of his logical argument which was the cure for the evils of the daytho triumph of greattribuneBryanFrom opening paragraph to closing sentence the speaker led his hearers along by a narrative of our known ills serpentthowas his purpose not only to state the evils that beset us but to offer a logical waythatas tire pleased and surprised portions of his audience shall live NOTES Chancellor Blanton deserves tile thanks of the communityfor inviting sugestingA wellknown Republican remarked Charley should have spoken through a megaphone to the Nation I could have listened all night Say what you will ho told tho truth The law students sat at tire feet of a Gamaliel and heard the ospel of true government in a way anu from a man they will certainly never forget lion C J Bronston should be en gaged to speak to law students the rest ofthis year It was not a political speech but 0Doctor how grateful we are to you for the opportunity of hearing it The introductory by Hon Richard W Miller was more ornate even than when he led Mr Lindsay out in on tIre same spot But 0 what a difference in time morning He is tho most logical roasoner at championfraud the matchless champion of fre- edomR W Miller before the lecture CORRESPONDENCE IRVINE fEstill Countyl Miss Mary Jacobs is suffering agonies with a felon on her thumb latelymovedMain street timehousestore Mr Birch Benton and family have moved into one of the cottages at the Eslill Springs Mr Hugh Biddell who has been attending tire courts in our adjoining counties returned homo Saturday Mr and Mrs Hugh Riddcll are en joying a few days with relatives at Lox ington They will return Saturday Miss Stella Ashcraft went to Wilt more Saturday where she will at once be enrolled as a inli il of Asbury Col lege Miss Louise Vaughn Is visiting Miss Judith Tudor Vo are delighted to have this lovely young lady in our town again Mr Joe Vaughn spent the last two llessrdVanto this city The high water detained Miss Anna Wagers in Irvine Item Saturday until Tuesday The water was in the road from Horseshoe Bend to the end of time pike VALLEY VIEW M B Farran of Cincinnati was here last week on business connected with his large lumber interest here A B Achier of Big Creek is here this week on business pertaining to lila timber iaLarct- Judge W R Day of Jackson is here for a few days Dr Elmer Northcut was in Cincinnati last week on business H C Fuller of Michigan is here as sistiug the Southern Lumber Co in measuring lops in their booms spentaHoup lust week Ap Robinson anti family of Chicago are visiting the family of Fred Bnrlon Mr Robinson hasnt been in Ken tncky for twenty years W H Harvey sent to Prof Morris Long Oauville II pair of steel knucks sixtytwothem with his collection of relics Mrs Nannie P Long of Danville Is visiting relatives here the laniily of Fred Burton Alvan Newby accidently cut his leg with an ax last Saturday Mack Masters employed bv C F Armstrong at the southern Lumber dangerouslySaturday morning He was taken to the Infirmary at Richmond This end of Madison county wants time next Legislature candidate nnd will put forward Squire I N Douglas a capableoffulfillingJAY EM Ess Deafniss Cannot lie Cured b local applications as they cannot reach the of the jar There is only oao way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of time mucous lining of the Eus getsiuflamedor imperfect hearing end when it is entirely closed deafness is the result tnIkentJ1l1are mnIcons Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CIIESEY co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Hulls Family Pills are tho best Ire Public Sale undersJgnedMonday February 6th 1899 Between the hours of 12 m and 2 p nu In nichmondKy adloiningtlngham tnIlequiedtoD JL OAKMAULT TriuUe Iff BIRTHS 5 iiaocxProf C F Brock and wife neo Miss Parkcs of New are rejoicing over tho birth of a daughter Notice to Creditors All parties holding claims against the estate of Jesse Nowby deceased will present same properly verified on or before March 23 1899 or same will be barred BJ1JIILIJONJ- an254w Special Comr Paint ForjV Saiea We have an un limited quantity of black paint suitable for barns Iron Fences Gutters t c Will sell in any quantity atC3 very low price For particulars call on or address 1111Vh1r ALit Go an253m CTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED EVERY Philippinesbyernment as Official Historian to the War De partment The book was written In army camps at San Francisco on the Pacific General Merrill in the hospitals at Honolulu In Hong Kong in the American trenches at Manila in the insurgent camps with Agni jaldo on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey Lint in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila pIcturesProfltslFreiht i iI 7f 75 1 7I J I I 71f 7f i tj r Are you married I I mean to any particular house if so get t divorce and flI1 buy where you can get the BEST GOODS for the LH1AST MONEY Come to my store and convince yourself of the wonderful reduction in Wraps Dress L 71 Goods Underwear Wool Hosiery Blankets Comforts and Notions of all kinds DOTFORGETl That our line of Mens Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best in the city I also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls My 7ff Istock of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only ajfew prices that are now making them goI z I i off j i off 1 off i off k i off O 1 off now i off F off ui i off i off i off i i off i off J off on SHOES 350 I ofT now 2G5 500 I off now 375 on ur OF JJ 95 4 ur p 50 off 38 l eo 14 K 14 14 off 14 off Blankets 38c to Large 50c up Ladies Skirts 50c +Ladies 15c and up Ladies Allwool Jj Spool Cotton Ic up 100 Spool 12 Yards 5c up Brown Cotton per yard up fJup illAlways watch my advertisement can save you money II OOWEN McKEE O ICor Main and Sts Richmond 7J = 7c F 7r 7If 1I Great Semiannual CLEARING SALE is now going on and great induce ineiits offered Ve want to close out everything that pertains to winter if year This our inducement L i4 OFf FROM REGULAR PRICE Mens and Young Mens Suits 500 Suits now 375 700 Suits now 525 750 Suits now 565 800 Suits now 600 1000 Suits now 75 1200 Suits ROO 1350 Suits now 1015 1500 Suits now 112 Mens Young Mess OVQKOII 600 Overcoats now 450 750 Overcoats now 565 1000 Overcoats now 750 1200 Overcoats now 900 1500 Overcoats now 1125 1800 Overcoats now 1350 Onefourth Off all CELE BRATED EMERSON Emerson Shoes Emerson PAJTTS i i on justly pants i i now i now i now 95 i i i now Qnfourth C tner Makes1 SHOES 14 now 115fcp14 190jgcDERQTEJ8R 14 now 14 now 75 now 95 14 now 115 lp now now c4 now SLij 104 for 500zComforts and ++ + + Wool + + Hose 19c and Yard 5cfiLace upPerfume3aC 200 a suit and Overcoats 250 and for 1st Ky is our Shoes 500 Suits off now GOO Suits off now 450 Ten Cents for a Button One Dollar a Rip Dutchess Pants off these celebrated 200 Pants off now 150 250 Pants off 190 300 Pants off 225 125 Pants off 200 150 400 Pants off now 300 450 Pants off now 340 500 Pants off 375 Il 125 Shoes off Shoes off now 170 Underwear 100 Underwear off 125 Underwear off 150 Underwear off 200 Underwear off 150 250 Underwear 190 300 Underwear 225 Size Vests Silk Clothing for IN STRENGSN Knee Pant Suits now150p 225c375 4FThe Celebrated Onefourth CorduroyPants yyyyy1 HATS HATS 100 Hats 14 off nowS 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 38I150 Colored Shirts 14 off now 117 GLOVESS 50 Gloves 14 off now 38 100 Gloves 14 off now 75 150 Gloves 14 off now 115 250 Perrin Gloves 14 off now 190 j- F TRUNKSt 200 Trunks 14 offnow150225 Trunks 14 off now 170 250 Trunks 14 off now 190 300 Trunks 14 off novt350 Trunks 14 off now 265 400 Trunks 14 off now 300 500 Trunks 14 off now 375600 Trunks 14 off now 450 750 Trunks 14 off now t j3j 600IThis great sale will not last long as the prices we make will soon H anything onefourth off sale Ji i H J STRENG J The Clothier The Shoer The Furnisher The Hatter j 71 1fF 7 I n 171 r II7J7r 7f fi Jtr 1f rif ni HI V Ji r trit11t t Stoictttz I lare now buylngfor CAiII JI t I And receiving the largest and Most Complete Stock for the Spring trade that ever came to Richmond 71 peopleswantsc same goods anywhere Now when are not trading with S Go foot and your eye peeled for hoodoos uu4utD WWWWWW r wvMi1 T IS if 1 1 IIc c D c iKi t d r r I m LF dec pL TOO BUSY ri But SPECIAL SALES every day until after New Year Our m = A MERRY every one I 207 KY JAN 23 1S9L Dr Hobson Dentist Jas So Crutclier u now a notary public The case will prob ably come up tomorrow John Doty had two ewes and Joy White three goats killed by doge For one week only test Granulat ed Sugar 18 IbSl K Co Tho mills on the river were well with lo8 by tho recent big tle Rest Standard Tomato albcan 8 cents each 85 cents dozen E feather agetc Co Mack Masters right hand was alA A 30 glass in Hagan was broken lust by careless boys non Terrill will move into the house on recently occupied by Judge The H II none bet ter 25 cents a cnn for this week only E Co moved to the Pickels cottage on Third street a cozy little homo By us cash we Kin posi tively save you 10 to 20 per cent on your groceries E Co Dr A 11 Stewart will be assistant of the new State Rer form School to be located at Wagers Cohen shipped 110 200 Ib hogs to Monday for which they paid 283 and 3 per cwt Matt Cohen will take loss than 1000 for the pair of which he bought hut week for Uonj 8 years old of Million was ordered Friday soot to tho Institute fur Feeble Minded at Frank fjrt New for Madison will be Sherman Cotton IIPowell Ret House A Haley Joeb Lick Ueo Soitle of His Hill is now a member of the liar the oath having been to him last Last Monday and every Monday thereafter will be a holiday at Caldwell High School but wll be school days instead A few such days as lat tuiufay and our frozen hearts will be llmwctl out and a few frozen feet may assume normal The cigars made in thio city by Fred A Miller art having a flue sale That is right Patronize homo industry I or you ought to starve Have you Sien the Parlor Barber Sliopiu the Hotel handsom est this side of Two white bath tubs and best of alLen tion Have you seen the Parlor Barber Stint in the Hotel this side of Two white porcelain bath tus and best of atten tion Electric light pohs continue to go up On 5th st the are so narrow that Mr Greeu Turley could hardly walk between the fence and the poles Jndgo Sullivan Deputy Sheriff Terrill and Jailor Lackey to arrest Eph anti Mat Bowles on writs for into the barn of Mr Taylor Rice White have dis solved in the harness busi ness Mr White will open his old shop at Azhllls btablii Mr will continue the business J H Ccssady aged 33 was found dead near Berea depot last Tuesday and is to have been killed by a train lie was a member of Co K 4th Ky at name on a furlough 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 hznhrare of Doughs Simmons Thos H Grubbc ofMt Sterling sold his 329acre farm for 70 per acre to F M Ewing Some cattle and hoes on the place swelled tho sale to 23000 Mr Grubba is related in Madison Sunday was a glorious day The sun shone in all his splendor The air was as balmy as in the spring lime Alt nature was bright end the hoarfs of the people pulsed with Miss Bello Bennett Is the pur chaser and 10500 is the price paid for theA Wilkes Smith Block on Main ftreat Dr Smith will continue his offlco nji stairs and Mr Lo low c AND HAPPY1 T T T T w A T IN b vv ic you need Shoes and Gents Furnishins111giVE See Donelass line of Anchor cooking stoves None equal it in the country for price and quality For Sale A fine Jersey milch cow and calf For call at this otllce jml82t near Estill county by U S Marshal Short on iho charge of and sent to jail rot SALE Nire College on Maui street in Irvine with four rooms and hall and all lice essary For sale cheap For call at this oflice or write Miss JANE DAXIEL Irvine Ky Just look at the sign at the entrance etweeim Rice Arnolds and Armors rcade nnd you will have no trouble in Miss Temple Oldhams milli ery store which is up stairs Her s tock of is very and she invites an Notice The Eclipse Studio over Madison National Bank will busi from this iirnr should so cure sittings at once Prices will reo main low und work firstclass No ich work will bo turned out at my rices after I close my business janll4w J 11 Say it Works Like a Charm The patrons of E Co agree that their cash system is beneficial to all parties Cash gets a much la rger of grocers now and that tho change sntisfac ort In the course of a month many dollars are saved in a course of a year perhaps one whole months ex P eimses have been Gone to th ticc and rule to pick up tho yard stick in the big Busy Bee Cash Store at Joe is a good boy indus trious polite and obliging and we regret to see him give up the printing business of which his steady habits made him an For The Mr Merritt II Williams son of Mr Dm Williams will next week announce for the lIe labors under the being q young man ai some may think but he has done yemau service for and on count of himself He is one of ilu best posted young mon in the county Mr Neale Owned Three U The Stock Farm 215 They are the trotting uae Belle Yarn 2OS and the pacers Vassar 207 211J and Susie T 218 Mr B H Kealo of this city owned Nell and Dred hello Vara mid Garrard Circuit Court For the of friends we publish below the dates whereon the Uarrard Circuit Courts convene as printed on the letter heads of County Attorney Letcher Owsley of Lancaster Second Monday in March three weeks Tiiinl Monday in AUgUbt three weeks Fourth Monday in three weeks Cut Prices The goods willbo sold athi prices named until Feb 18 All package Best leaf lard per pound 7tBest can tomatoes S Best can corn 7 Best can peaches 12 Best cnn peas 10 tolled oat S Gus Will be a Candidate Many of my friends hav lug a desire to vote for me and having solicited mo to make the race for tounty Clerk I desire to say at the proper time I will bo a candidate for said office I beg pardon for this hut as tha boys have forted in order I am ready to do and receive my part JESSE Conn Waco Ky A Car Load Very often you desire to know what a car load Veil paste this in your hat and you will find an answer lianily It is 70 barrels of salt ro of Hour CO of whiskey 200 sicks of flour tO curds of wood 18 to 20 head cf cattle 50 to CO head of hogs 90 to 100 head of sheep 6000 feat of boards 17000 fret of siding 13000 feet of flooring 42000 shingles onehilf less of jnsls scant thugs and timbers SCO bush tile of corn of wheat OO of oats l5Got flax seol 200 of apple t50- ut It MI potatuib and UCOJ of bran U A CALL t+ ++ + +++++ B iWEST STREET RICHMOND iI X X Ix xr X IX l The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FrazecMcCann Doathornie supplied fiValleyStocktons pharmacy Wednesday SullivannApparatus Deathorage stlleiiry bringing DeatheraRe superintendent IexingUiiit Cincinnati something yearold- mares 4iOsWhittaker Postmasters Cotlouburj lUchmoiid administered Wednesday Saturdays thoui temperature Glyndon Cincinnati porcelian Glynthonhiamidsoin- Cst Cincinnati pavements deputized Guthridge breaking McClintock partnership McClintock supposed positively gratitude Middelton A y 1dkl When MAIN Broadway Simmons particulars 7AbWagersville moonshining Winchester outbuildings Particulars teCant millinery complete inspectionfo discontinue spessphotographs KIN0Ja Deatherago quantity instantly savedoGeorgetown inMrineGeorgetown ornamentpLegislature Legislature misfortuneVof stheThemMLexington sayIo ijisperformers Ambidexter Vassarr information inquiring November Margolens following poumidsaugar100h cotileet MAKGOLEN Democratic expressed premature announcement handshaking Kespeclftilly constitutes otLorlaige 4Wbushels TOQUOTEPRICES thevCHRISTMAS IOOUGlAS9 BRIGHT COMPANy IiiI0 Neff Million a Sole agents for the eel ebrated Pine Knot Coal None genuine but ours We also handle Baled Hay Corn etc Give us a call Office nearo R N I B depot Telephone 21Qe i5Yi Gi MoveITIme city telegraph oflice has been moved again this limo to its old quar blymlonin town Time clink of the knockerde insulator makes a merry sound through tho rotunda and balcony of the big hotel Big Cas- eTheBeckucrAshor suit in which tho rmer sues the latter for 18000 inter est in a land sale in Eastern Kentucky has occupied tho Circuit Court for a week The evidence is all in and eaking began yesterday A score of witnesses and lawyers from a distance aro here Several local attorneys are employed in the case The House That Jack Built The old and reliable shoo store of cz Freeman has just been repapered and otherwise improved and is more inviting than over Courteous atten tion low prices anti good goods have always been the feature of this firm and the added charm of a refurnished house will draw a better trade tItan ever for the year 1890 Mr fclcElwaine Moves to Lexington Mr Hugh McElwainc who for soy ral years has been associated with Mr J W Bales in the trotting horse dustry has moved his family to Lex gton where he will continuo to hcndle highclara roadsters While hero Mr MeKhvninc earned a hiuh reputation as a born horseman and upright citizen and his departure is aloss to tIme county Madison National Change Mr S P Deatherago has given up his osition at tho Madison National Bank where he has so faithfully labored for many years as a competent obliging clerk It is reported that other positions were at once tendered by other concerns but as to his plans we do not know Suffice to sty ho will be missed from his accustomed place at tho MatH on Tumbled over a Bridge Waiter Runnelc of fnleast while on uav hiiUiu rWlI1llm party glen by sMury liullnrd List Tucfdnv rode ver the edjjo f he lrillcrUAA the ramicim near Jaw Adams lUll landed i a hole of ice water up to lila waist about tun feet below with horse on tol It was indeed a severe shock says Walter and with much difficulty that ho finally kicked tho animal off of him and Hfioted to time top wet Its a drowned at biu still ii tlm rifle A Victim of The Paul loms Disaster Known Here TIme illfated yacht Paul Jones which was recently blown up in the Gulf of Mexico with all on board had for one of its passengoisa young lady Miss Florence Yocum of St louis who was known in this city having been time guest of Dr and Mrs L J Frazee on Second street in time summer of 0TtMiss YtJCU1 antI her father Col Yo cum were guests of Mrs E 11 Norris Mrs Frazdes sister in St Louis and nt inyitedthe latter and her niece Loila Martin also well known ere to join time party steam down ime Mississippi smith take a pleasure rip iu the Gulf to Cuba JIM not Mrs Norris and Miss Martin had a business engagement that detained them they might have Accepted thus swelling the list of victims of the disaster that hns created almost a natipnal senso lion owing to iu terrible nature and the prominence of time parties who weie lost Among those OR board all of whom donhtllFIno lioat tho bottom of tho Gulf were Miss Yocum her father and Miss Florence Tnggart daughter of Mayor Taggart of Indianapolis Tho Paul Jones was a naphtha launch owned in LouUvill saul was consid ered wholly unfit for BUch a journey audits desttuciion was no surprise to those who knew tIme teal condition of the vessel Tii Now york Sun of Saturday in a apodal from New Orleans says The fait of the yacht Paul Jones nnd her passengers for whom a dozen parties have been searching for more than n week is now known The yachts machinery exploded on or about January 0 near Bird Island 30 miles from tho mouth of time Mississ ippi lend eery ono on hoard was killed at onw or drowned soon after Tho boat was operated by a gasoline en glue Site urdeye rat accidents from fire oa her way dovn the river Tlc explosion 1100011 Wow till tbo pilot house but jtplil tlio yajjut jii twoI N J I IOEXERAL MILES defycompetition Baldwin Jfaggio Accompanied Baldwin grooms Announcement Boot FnrnishingStoro that with AIM Clothing Overcoats to Wear our and OVERCOATS they Merchant rs workOur SUITS OVER ATS received the thought tailoring higher grades Every thread of warp woof wool There other stand that can clothes stylishly and as serviceably can and little price Same oldstand but much larger Covington Mitchell 215 WHITE FRONT 5Oo OoUeo3co oQoooooQeOoflo woee1IS0G1ao01IDOterms00 Cc 00 SPOTCASHe- e 3n coWe have attempted our business by IfglecUng 00 allg00for CASH we pay cash for ofCo 08 have 00line soss500 prices0s oeOsHIGGINS ElliS 00 ST RICHMOND 08slo00S00Os00s aaeoeeaaeeeaaceaaoaeaoaeaQaaaaaooaeoeecaacse Sam Hislc Behind The Bars This time heat to describe thin location of the handsome features Mr Samuel he has half aI dozen strips of adhesive plaster tretchuethacres his face from his left his right ear to hold his bro ken nose in position until heals young man was riding home last Satur day night anti when going down Ime Moberlpys gate the isis horso stumbled and fell throwing Mr Hisle over head landing on the bridge of his nose The fall crushed his smelling apparatus out of all semblance of nose nod blood unshed from the wound until the pike was crimson ho lay stunned and bleeding managed home and brush up but not until the next did he real izj tho seriousness his injury Then Dr Oldham was in press ed time proboscis into shape hold in position until was beniedwas above compelled to till behind time Suddent Attack of crou in time small hours darkness wiry annoying to the parent sleep Dr Uells TineTariinn ey will cure childs croupy and damigoinAll mother who have ready for an emeruuncy It exported that the battleship Kentucky will be ready to go into com mission about July To 1111 Hay Take Laxativo Bromo Qninino Tnhlels All druggists refund mone failr cure 25c genuine hits L Qleach nov9Um Sultan has placed an outer in Irho for 102 Kriipp juns anti 3V IIAiJ1Ieipectrttionpuits army tendency pncunjonln 11101J1IIdruglHSk s Enjoying Good Beginning thepulichardware of Douglas kSimmons They have received nearly all and Everything firstclass at time lowest cash price Married The Metropolis Mr Samuel well todo young farmer and Miss Nol and daughter of Mr Elbridgo Noland nil of Union City were married in Louisville last Tuesday They by Miss Green antI Mr Robert the broth bride was time popular teacher of Union Grove school last fall and sister Mr John Noland lately thq obliging assistant in the Richmond postoffico After pleasant nnd profitable exis tence of nine years the firm of Wallace Rice has been dissolved by mutual consent Mr Wallace retiring The latter succeeded by Mr John Arnold for the past six years with Messrs Cov ington t Mitchell The undersigned new firm will con to conduct the largest exclusive Shoe and Gents in Madison county adding from time time such new features will sure the maintenance the high reputation of time earned by long years of upright dealings We earnest ly invite the pnblic to rail and inspect our stock which selected with time view of pleasing nIl with time assurance our prices will be in harmony the class of goods handled Rica Ansoul See our elsewhere KumoltIgnr WE I To have our the best that can be made Is why you get here more value tor JThat money than elsehere Our Fall and Winter Suits and are Ready Take any of SUITS 0 1250 and have the set and style of Tai and CO ih 800 same care and in as the and is of pure is no you as as we at so 0 e 8 a acec sooe8 oooo8oo ae aOsooO s oeQoose 0 S 0 S S S S 0 S S SS ooe a s B e 0 0e be 0G 0u- eo o0 run co our accounts the first each month 3 that may our goods Q us We of Co 011 aoe e00 I II ot4 Osa WEST MAIN KY ii e e C S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 0 5 5 5 5 S 0 5 S S S S 0 0 0 5 S S S v 4 o 0 is way of Hislc cheek it Time week pike near on Waco pike his him a where Sam to re mount and reach day of I U called anti to It it as stated put bars A rit is who needs n cough doctor u ol it keep a bottle is Cnn n in One if it Time JJ tablet shelis toward l a linn their stock at a weie Katie er The is a of a is tlnuo to as en of house is ad Q to of to a Os- eC II 03 ts to =A Kcfllcccd Ccld raspinrackingeoughm sPinewill cure it whether of short or long nyAtThe Iipe Line Oil Company has be gun tho erection of an immense oil tank iu Somerset Tho big hearty heathy man Is neon frlopdConstipationof the sickness of men and of a large wonionItquicklv Nature is continually working rs hard as she can to throw oil im purities and to force out poisonous re fuses matter When there is an im pediment Ir Pierces Pleasant Pellets set the wheels working again without any trouble They nsswt nntnrn in a gentle healthful efficient way There is nothing violent about their acioiyet it is just as certain as if it were twice as violent Yon do not beeamo a slave to their usel They are differ ent and better than any other pill for the cure of constipation headaches and Mildred derangements Almott nil druggists understand this antI arc roll Retentions enough to tell you so Tim drngiiist who tries to nell you a subst tutu is nut a safo man from whom to buy mfdlrene Send 21 cents in ont cent stamps to Worlds PIppeiiBnry Ai elvDrModical Adviser profusely illustrated j Money is being raised to build a branch railroad from Dixon I= v to Sturgis on the Illinois Central Line j Tetter SaltIlUouni amt Korcina The IlwedbySkin Ointment Many very bad tEes tisa fflvorjfci remedy for soro nipples chapped band chilblains bit j and chronic sore oyes 25 cts JtJrbot r roejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are sot fpofl but medicine the best in ase to a once ia printo condition Price 35 388 pet packages J I tf F 1CL The Bee i7if + C7i7 Sends greetings to their many Friends and Patrons wishing them a happy and prosperous ITew Year for 18SS The great Mercantile Corporation THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CO have made specialPriceS d ibargains in all lines carried by them during the year UR M TTijUN ERBYY UDERLIGASH+ + 1i alwayscontainmoney Our first offerings for the New Year will bo niceI Jlrown Cotton 3Jc vnntnice Sea Island yardwide Two are Snowing Some Beautiful Percalles at 5 Cents iinalcli sets of all kinds hand and machine made Laces of nil kinds Our buyers have made a specialty of this line We wish to call your attention to tho fact that all prices unmated on Bleached Cottons arid all domestic aro isubjcct to change without notice to take ad vantage of Ibis opportunity Buy your ppi ing cottons while you ian get extremely low prices on them time If interested ask to eee this line when YCht come in Cnrtriim new good IB for of Hsk to S tnem 9n in All winter goods have the keen our steel and prices have been made winter Blankets Comforts Flan l Un1odcd onop Agents fopsy Irani Hosiery Overcoats Clothing IWe Hvo Jut Cav oa a1e as Oc t a stock not surpassed nor equaled in any of the larger cities Give a call Satisfy year W D RICHMOND STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Q r fj J lu S shall introduce ourselves to the public by offering1 u f ir G GTJT ZP ICZEi SALE I ORDER TO OUR STOCK OP flts nd f to make roomfor our Spring we have the knife to the of ill store in the of winter We the SaT o 5oes 0 ttouse e1O W Prices cut cheaper goods in proportion are entitled to your share or these bargains DONT THE OPPORTUNITY c 1Successors to WALLACE RICESil U I I J 4i Mr Elisha Berry of this placet says ho never hail itnything do him so tnnch and give him such relief until he asetFthisr liniment wliich af forils prompt relief noJ UAKEH lIyPerryA sufficient number of snbscrSbers have beet secured to justify the tele phone company to establish an ex change la IivTntoum- Paul Perry of Columbus Oft suf Iered for thirty years amid then cured life Piles by De Witts Witch Hazel Salve ItHeals injuries and ekiii diseases like iamiigi Jung I asVclIs Miss Gertrude Howard of Black Oak has a positions teacher at the Hivorsids guilty sismi nary 6 a druggist fells you ho has something just an rime fur lUth ijnnlntIIl n if voiir wilfaie mnmliira1it yea w uit ym luk fur It f Busy Cask Store Zi77 zr HopeIticarhiedloomlileachmeti yardgoodCotton1cyard ofjlIamburgsNansookiEiribroideries tlepartunclltiimsineasC TabloLinond of ChamberlainI 1 01 l a a Qc n m our goods are uttf1fImatism and Jores Price1 25 cents Sold by Perry Thomas racceuori to W Q White The Millersbuig Christ church lias Eider Armstrong of time IHI Colletro ktepIhobv using Ho Whtillillio Htrh Risers thu CHTIOUS little cniiKliivition and troubles Oou las t Wells Tho jury in thu caso of Samson Kol ton marshal of Jellico with killing James Qiiihn leturnednYcr ict of not guilty P cwa TooihsciaSIral1tb anti Cnamer irlcc 25 leuts WUWhiteJinrny Uyaii will irobnWyberyffrei ed as of the Ily Iurnsi To tare a Cpu Pr Bells PJiitiTnrHrtmy ciifs fhf ni Ih11etI a i uhtil lwliln nbiit t iltlrI1OI itt lIt tl1it lI tilt r Jlll t 41iliuiiti Ii ii tiL l ttilE C n o F Customers are not limited ns to the quantity of allitheyCc indigobluex I andCciitortaiii r i Our great line of Mattings Linoleums Rugs Lace and Oil was never more complete Wejiave no carried over goods in these lines They are all fresh and new styles new pat lilliSthatthus lino before you purchase Jadyanll G ble lilting corsets shown to the trade Try We have some special things in Ladies Jack halftheare Ike w you come felt edge cold on Boots and Shoes winter and and goodsbeforexW cok cxt Youdont1899 us andthankingOLDHAM COMUPANYo MT 7ACUI DU REAr Y IN REDUCE WINTER Boots9Shes9 Uents9Fwnishhizg Goods9 large line put price every article way carry sk StacyAdams295 on You MISS RICE ARNOLD 4J 4W if t good quick agony using accepted lawrencc JutasCood Whenever willjHell fur liver charged IAiiXAU CUQAfi HELIEF Cosijilaliiu captnjn QpliiiiiH bJl1ol quickly Carpets Oilcloths Shades o HD called pills III IIIdt1I TEuiir People overlooked the importance uf permanently heiieflcial utfocts nnd WfU sallslied with liansient nctiuiii but now that it 1t generally known that syrup of Figs vIhl paruianently overcome hnliitual toiielipation well infnrnied will not buy other laxativts which net for n fliiin hut Ii zanIly injure the system Bin tIt gen nine mado by the California Fig Kyi up Co Uohinson nul AIcGraxv mire anxious to shine as magnatop and are collecting minds to lJ11Y tho Baltimore OInb R NU2IAH TEA emos flycpep iWS3JvBflja ConstipatipT rril Indi gestion Regulates the Liver P1ce25 cts Soldby Perry Thomas cuccesson to W 0 Lowis l lohiiip Of Cirter iynrOh- mmildiiig st tuTeptiuiiQ niiofoiti iui- tri1eetQVatueebwg r ryIlr11CureeIlIHAI JOUIIJIlIIJ1 Aderlifr Lhtim I ii mns i oflii InItl t lituttlrst1 Wolkl r I 7 These are dangerous times fur the hiili Croup colds and throat tniii ides lead to Consumption A bottlo of Otto Minute Cough Cnrp uwd at the right time preserve life liPiihli and a ltui1 amount of nnnity lmmglaTle Masons of Iriuceton have pur cinspd R lot and will at once erect a handsome hall When Yon have a ttaduM Von vant tho best medicine that ClmaipbrIniutS uotorJyglQquiukcure y1t vant a r mcdy hat will relievo III ItlatltIJfXIJlC1lJjlIlIIIICUOYYUIl If Out iilt nItlw t nrtltJIltIIU vIIIU Yuii wiir a Hmody that In Iitaut- nlei siff o tjiRe rhntnb rl nH roinrh Kfjmdy inihn iilty ult H ill use that tllJC all ut JllItlv1ofllilloIhltllIhu1 ie United SlHtH md 11 1IIIIVtcut cuhvof bad coliff tnncts nitlnn at IlrIIIIl n IJlIIIIHd1I1llit N 11 IaI11 IS 7 d WimI H r I i y HON C T CALDWELL of Parkersburg W Va Jlecom men s Wrights Celery Oapsules PAUSEESBUKO W VA January 2C 1995 TUG WEIGHT MED Co- Coumbus Ohi- oGontlomonI have been using Wrights Celery Capsules since November 1894 and find them to be as recom mended I first becan taking them while at Hot Springs Ark under treat ment for Sciatic IlhenmatLini Liver and Stomach troube Constipation which I unit been a song sufferer I found tim Celery Capsules gave mo great relief jrom the beginning and have used them ever sinee With pleasure and unsolicited I recommend them to any and alt flittering with like afflictions or either of them Very truly yours CHARLES T CALD WELL PoldbyT S Hagan Druggist Price 600 ents and 100 IOL Call at drugstore and get fri o samule 0 mfHiHosia8Co Commission Merchants attle Hgnd hcep UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O TELEPHONE 7346 DAll information regarding live stock choerfully furnished Consign your sto k direct to us septily SOR CALDWELLSN Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine Rotary Motion and in Bearings ilfsSPLEST it BEST BALLBE- EARCiSSjr For StIle by Dewey Music Co Rich mend Ky ARE YOU A DEMOCRAT 1 Aa a4d adace reds There is a place for everything and for everything to be In its place the LOUISVILLE DISPATHH sLould lad a place in the home of every DEMOCRAT in the SUNNY SOUTH The Dispatch is the peoples paper owned by the people and is always ready to fight for the cause of the people IT STANDS SQUARELY ON THE CHICAGO PLAT FORM without the aid or consent of the Gold DUI Monopolies and II fair compar Ion of Its news senrice now being fur nUued over leased wires by the New York Sun the Chicago Inter Ocean and the Northern Press Association with that of any other paper will fully verify its MoUo If you ste it in the Dispatch Its and If Ita so it is always in the Dis Dispatch also has a staff of over 300 active correspondents the South and Will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE THAN DOUBLE TIlE SOUTHERN NEWS of any other Louisville paper Oct the Dispatch it gives the news and tells the truth about It Dally S pages Sunday 24 pages Week ly 8 pages We club with the Weekly Dispatch at the remarkably low price of 125 A YEAR ++ CALL AT + + ++ dJlfll1SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tsp sSSs Phone 3 Second St RICIIMOND KY J GRANO fARM OF 16Q ACRES Within threequarters of a KyEvery as cream It lies on the best pike in the county the land is rolling to level 90 acres are in grass excellent water springBuildings and a half story new brick of 10 rooms the finest farm res idence in the county immense birns 3 tenement houses one of which is a good frame of 5 rooms and complete set of buildings whichreally makes it a separate farm We v ill sell this place at an un usually low figure 14000 Terms onehalf cash balance ill one two three four and five years Send for our list of farm for sale- WILLIAMS LITTLEa- ug2t6m Ijf 3d St OwensLoro Ky lVantedAn Idea a tun to drill r Im U MP th7 m brllllr weallb 01aulWrtte JOliN W DEJWURl It ParlIt AUa ygiJPor j C fMiiiiLIT TUB EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FillS is duo not only to 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 FIG Srnup Co only and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the CALIFORNIA FIG STBCP 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 FIG Sruur Co with the medical profession and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy It is far in advance of all other laxatives as it acts on the kidneys liver and bowels without irritating or weaken ing them and it docs not gripe nor nauseate In order to get its beneficial effects please remember the name of the Company CAUFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO BAX FKAJVCISCO Cat LOUISVILLE KT NEW YOUIC NY lan5Iy 131 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roailiiirp nwl nil rirectn of ulf nr xial ttLerrLtoI wllkII mOt wfwlHuOurt uiilyormurrlT IUHiCRO connlourr infu ftt T 1lMaie that U why IruroR It Irrs Tonic In llieworhl cwt IwlItvei Virni ml rtlonnmlrcstorc clrr VOTIIJ a in rrclona flood Purl Itt I why r cln ernei Inrk In iie eII9N IihL pqi tatxIg I EXIUtO aalrtnrrll IIt ftkt ly Mall glOO per n i IT R5O Vo rlirrrfnlly refund curel1Cttrtlt2ZSCoIemtusLyJ For sale in Richmond by Perry Thomas Druggists scpt21ly The World e Almanac and- Encyclopediaof for 1899 AND- TIIustrated History of the Spanish American War Ift JIj READY FOR SALE t AITTTl6 It 4f1 11 1 Together with The Battle Calendar of the Republic Compiled by EDGAR STANTON MACLAY Historian of tic U S Navy jXjtjt THE STANDARD AMERICAN ANNUAL MS PRICE 25 GENTS o jt- Pcttpald to any Hta THEWORLD p sMe Bciy Nn t = r Heres Your Chance Some Extraordinary Offers by Tim Climax The CLIMAX wants five Imured new subscribers by the first of thenew year In order to reach this end some ex traordinary inducements will bo made Until further notice tho following will be offered to subscribers The CLIMAX and The Weekly Louisville Dispatch 125 The CLIMAX and the Home and Farm 130 The CLIMAX and either the The Cosmopolitan Munseys or McClures Magazise 200 The CLIMAX and the Louisville daily evening post 3 The Richmond CLIMAX and Twiceaweek CourierJour nal both for one year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquire 150 The CLIMAX and Ohio Farm 190 The CLIMAX can also furnish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates A GREAT LAWYERS FIRST SPEECH Daniel Vebster was born in Sails burg New Hampshire Jan 8 1782 He was one of the greatest among American valors a statesman and reckoned OHO of the noblest of Amen can patriots Ho was very famous as a lawyer and his first eloquent speech was made when ho was but a lad of twelve or fourteen years and was in behalf of a dum animal Daniel had one brother whose name was Ezekiel These boys began their education together in a little log school house and while boths were bright boys Daniel had the better memory His teacher claimed that he could learn more in five minutes than other boys in five hours Tho boys attended school a part of the year and worked on their fathers farm tho other part It so happened one summer that a woodchuck or ground squirrel came down and dug out a home for itself in the side of the lull quite near the farm house where Daniel and Ezekiel lived just as sure as night carne out would conic Mister Woodchuck run quickly down into the Wcbster garden and nib ble away at the young and growing leaves of the vegetables We ought to catch that wood chuck said Ezekiel- I opose we had said Daniel but how can we do it We can set a trap and Ezekiel at onco went to work making one so al luring that the little creature would be sure to walk into it at once The trap was set that night down among the cabbages and next morning suro enough there was the wood chuck caught close and fast Now Mr Woodchuck exclaimed Ezekiel I am going to kill you so you will not do any moro mischief in our gardenDaniel stood by looking very sober I would not kill him Zeke said he we can carry him over the hill to tile woods and let him go Poor fellow Well I guess notafter all tho harm he has done aud Ezekiel laughed at the idea Let us ask father said Danel and see what he says about it Come if jou want to muttered Ezekiel So they took the trap and the poor trembling woodchuck to the house told the story of its capture to their father and asked his advice as to what should be done as their was a difference of opinion in matter between the now said Mr Ebenezer Webster well settle the question this way We will hold a court I will act as judge and you may be the lawyers Wo will try tho case Who is for tho prisoner Which one would spare his life I plead for the prisoner said DanielAnd I am against him Ezekiel spake up loudly Very well said tho dignified judge you may open tho caseEzekiel made out a very good case and showed that tho prisoner in the cage had dome great harm by stealing cabbage leaves and other green things aud that he was a thief by nature as were all his kindred Nobody could trust a woodchuck and much time and labor has been spent trying to get this one into custody The pelt of tho ani mal was the only thing about him of value but even that would not pay for tho young cabbages ho had ruined If he is set free it would not euro him of stealing lie would be likely to get so sly that no one would be able to catch him again and as his skin was worth a few coppers it was plain that he was of more value dead than alive therefore he should speedily ho put out of ex was such a good argument that tho judge did not believe anyone could over throw it It was all true and it was withsome concern that ho waited for what Daniel had to say in tho matter The boy arose and with an earnest expression in his dark eyes began his placewhere asforGolden Medical Discovery It Is not a cureall but it is a medicine that goes to the fountain head of a number of serious and fatal diseases When a man gets seriously sick be can generally be treatmentThegoodfoodremedy that will strengthen use weak digestioninviltomte oftheery accomplishes all these things uponwlutof thelungsIiver complaint kidney trouble and graveTheneighbors said he cannot live Oh I would leavingmywllhthreepatent inedidnes butt after the doctors had everYhopeI am going can be no harm now in taking that medicine I will begin Its use at once He did begin to use it and at first he chanltSlowlyman Is ron and healthy and he Owes his life to that medicine What was the medicine It was Dr PIerces Golden JleUlcil Discovery and DrpierceThefovvinga dJioCLU Wocl Co W Ia 1 Il A Fleshy Consumptive 2 Did you ever see one Did you ever hear of one Most certainly not Con sumption is a disease that invariably causes loss of fleshIf you are light in weight i even if your cough is only a slight one you should certainly tak- eScotts imusta of cod liver oil with hypo phosphiles No remedy is such a perfect preventive to consumption Just the moment your throat youfindyou should begin to take it remedyhasof consumption1Unless i you are far advanced with this disease Scotts Emul sion will hold every in ducement to you for a perfect cure All Druggists andr C SCOTT HOWNK Chemists N Y f plea I plead for tIm life of the woodchuck said he Ho was made to live in the pure air and enjoy the bright sunlight sir Even if ho is only a woodchuck he has just as much right to live as any other living creature Where do we get our food sir Does not nature yield it to us And shall we not spare a little dumb creature that has as much right to natures gifts as wo have to ours Yes and more tho woodchuck has never broken the laws of his nature sir or the moral aws as man often does Nor is he a fierce animal like the panther the wolf or the fox He lives quietly harms no one All he asks is a hole in the side of n hill or down by a wall and a little food to satisfy his natural wants What hurt him ho done sir Merely nibbled a few leaves of some cabbages and that not want only to destroy but simple to keep himself alive lie has a right sir to life to food to liberty to happi ness and we sir have no right to say that ho shall not have thorn Look at the prisoner sir Iook at the soft pleading tender eyes He cannot speak for himself sir and this is the only way by which hu can plead for that life which is as sweet to him as ours is to us Shall we then be so cruol and so selfish as take life from him All this was spoken with such feel ing and eloquence that the tears stood iu tho eyes of the judge whilo the woodchuck weak and trembling was winking and blinking through the wires of his prison as if he undorstood the eloquent plea of the young orator in his defence The good old judge did not wait for Daniel to say more His heart was beating quietly and his emotion was apparent as he sprang to his feet Dashing away the tears he exclaimed Ezekiel let tho woodchuckjO Oiiu DEE SEE Horrible agony is caused by Piles Burns and Skin Diseases These are immediately relieved and quickly cured by Dc Witts Witch Hazel Salve Be ware of worthless imitations Doug las Wolls NEW YORK FASHIONS Stockings are as lavisjily spangled as gowns or millinery- It requires n hand with the true ar tistic touch to place feathers gracefully on an uptodate hat Some of tho dainty silk and fur col lars seed are as rufllylooking as the oldtime capes on our grandmothers layettes shown by Best Co are highly sensiDlo and strictly hygienic and if babies apparelled by this firm arc not fine and comfortable it is their own fault Send four cents for the cat alogue picturing and describing them A handsome rogue capo is of seal skin covering the form from throat to feet where it displays a flounce of heautifulEussian sable lined with er mineA well made black silk gown of good quality is still essential to a well plen ished wardrobe It should always have a second bodice of dinner or even ing cut The newest nightgown is a dainty Greek affair exquisitely simple A pretty bit of neckwear for u plain gown is a yoke of tnousseline do sois which has slightly moro body than chiffontrimmed with honiton braid run up at each ekeining Both the edge and tho fichu are finished with oval honiton Many ladles got the crcdit of being much more beautifully formed than they really are because they wear a well fitting R G corset and combi nation underwear There is a little diminution in tIm size of the long fashionable umbrella drawers EVEEVN CAnE Coughing injures and inflames sore lungs One Minute Cough Cure loosens the cold allays couching and heals quickly The best cure for children Douglas Wells DIMENSIONS OF HEAVEi Did you ever read tho sixteenth verse of the twentyfirst diaper of Revelations No Well read it and you will get some inteicsting figures about the world above the skies It gives the dimensions of heaven and reads this way And he measured tho city with a reed 12000 furlongs The length and tho breadth and tho height of it were equal Have you over mado the calcula tions Yes here it is now and he handed the reporter tire following Twelve thousand furlongs equal 9 020000 feet which being cubed is 400 793038000000000000 cubic feet Ko serving onehalf of this space for the throne and court of heaven and halt the balance for streets ard have the re mainder 114193372000000000000 cubic feet Divide this by 4006 the cubic feet in a room sixteen feet square and there will be 20321843700000000 rooms Now suppose the world always did and always will hold 9000000 inhabi tauts and that a generation lusts thirtythreo and onethird years rank ing in all 208000000000 inhabitants every century and that the world will stand 190000000 years or 100 centuries making in all 2070000000000 inhabi tants Then suppose there were 100 worlds equal to this in number of In habitants and duration of years making a total of 2879OSO000000000000 per sons and tb re would be more than a hundred rooms sixteen feet square breach person County CourtDays Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county first Mon day Lexington Fayctto county second Monday Stanford Lincoln county sccond Monday Georgetown Scott county third Mon dayDanville Boyle county third Monday Nicholasville Jessamine county third MondayWinchester Clark county fourth MondayVersailles woodford county fourth Monday LARGEST IN THE WORLD A California Wheat Field Which is Forly Miles Squarei Danville Advocatcl What Is said to be the largest single wheat field in California is now being planted to the grain that makes the stall of lIfe It covers over 25000 acres or torty square miles- Thisenorinous Hold of grain is located 011 the banks of the San Juan river near time town of Clovis While it is true that larger acreages of wheat have been planted by certain ranchers in this State there seems to be no record of an exact parallel to the present case On the Miller Lux ranch in Kern county 50000 were planted one year but the fields were scattered about in different places They were really a series of fields lo cated wherever there was a fertile spot Few of tho fields were 2000 acres and in many instances there was half a mile of bare land between them The acreage planted could not be called a wheat field of 60000 acres any more than all the wheat fields in the State could be classed under one head Immense labor is required to culti vate this field Suppose tho field was one mile long and the one man had a double gang plow cutting a furrow twentyfour inches wide lie would start at a corner of tho field in Ian Francisco and plough south toward San Jose a distance of forty miles Then he would come hark and cut an other furrow to San Francisco making eighty miles for the round trip This amount of work would only be a tiny scratch four feet wide along one side of the fortymile field and the pro cess would have to be repeated at least 1300 times making a total distance of about 105000 Suppose that the plowman worked at the rate of twenty miles a day To get over the 105 miles would take 2250 days To plant would take about the same time making a total of 10500 days or nearly thirty years It would be like spending a lifetime and the distance traveled would be equivalent to going around the world four times And all in one California wheat field To accomplish the necessary amount of work within the tune at his disposal tho owner of the Clovis wheat field lips to employ 200 men over 1000 horses and several tons of big machinery The Western Horseman published at Indianapolis Indiana at 200 a year and issued every Friday stands at the head of Turf and Trotting and Pacing horse journals is handsomely illustrated with pictures of noted horses and gives all the horao news from Call fornia to Maine If at all interested In trotters or pacers subscribe for it The great annual Souvenir number will be issued February 10 and will be worth more than tho price of a years subscription It goes frco to all subscribers to others 25 cents per copy Lv special arrangements with tho pub lUjers we are enabled to send the Western Horseman 200 per year and the Weekly CLIMAX 150 per year both for 225 during the year 1899 Give us your order nov23tf Johnnie Jones called out the teacher in the Geography class give the boundaries of the United States It Time United States rattled off the prize pupil is bounded on tho cast by Mark Hanna Pierpont Morgan Tom Platt and the Pennsylvania Kailroad on the west by Collis P Huntington and tho Southern Pacific Railroad on the north by the Astors and Vander bilts on the south by the Sugar Trust the Cigarette Trust and Flaglor who owns the Florida hotel ontheoverand under by the Standard Oil Trust Correct said the teacher Go to the head of the classN Y Journal Experimental runs were made last week on some of the railroads going west out of Chicago in order to estab lish a fastmile schedule The Burling ton made tiO miles an hour on some spurts and tho Northwestern 130 They both averaged over 50 miles on thoir long runs All railroad records were broken The average person would need some practice to breathe properly on such a run Creditors Notice totheforward at once and settle or else accounts trill be sued on CHENAULTJanlStf lEa W HIIEX Of Shelbyville Ky Recommends CapsulesShelbyville To Wright Medical Co Col 0 Gents I have purchased a box of Wrights Celery Capsules from G N Middelton druJlisttami used them for Sour er and Consti pation and found that they gave me im mediate relief every time 1 think it an excellent remedyYours very truly 0 Geo W Rilev SVviiif DRIVING S BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE and you can also say 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 for beauty style durability and general superiority and we are selling them atprice that will surprise yqu quality lon sidered JOHNThNELSON r A LL WOMEN J Shoul1 know that thO- oitl Ttmo Rcmedr I Is tho best for Sco TrotlJs Corrects nil Irrefjularttloatn KcmalOfBans Should be tak n nrCliriie ot Life and before ChiliBirth PlMir OC TIc kngdlt liavo stood the test for tvanty years ltis4 only IT tcv penr Uertldne Co Coat toS e tPerry Thomas druggists successors to W G White dec8lyr Ml druggists soil Dr Miles Norvo Plasters fill i iiuiiiu fir iAM DB YEARS OLD dneverU3eIJ any mldy equal to iir Sells Pinelcr Honfy It gIves quick and permanent In grip us veilas conjn and colds It makes went lane ttrons Mis M A MctcaUe PeOucaim Rr co eo oc e JlO 11104 Iffa II PlEASE ITRY i i I I t1cgCANDYL I t I I JO- c25cSOc OOIl sa Ring out tho old J Ring out tho false oD IRingvff f 3g to you the new and true from tho piney forests of Norway DR BELL- SPineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Brcnchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila thexmembranes are healed and soothed so that there is no indination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTSIBottles Only 25c 60o BE SURE YOU GET 8r Balls PineTarKoniy For sale by Ierry t Thomas successors to W Q White Iadison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PiiorniEToii Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite FINE WORK A SPECIALTY tThose who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work will to interest to call at tho old stand in the rem of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a largo sleek of finished work to select from at prices to suit all classes of buyers Sf MK AV U UOUOHEK one of the best workmen in Central Kentucky is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work in every phuse Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs which will be furnished on application gjg YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITEDv1 JKTVSES D HK7VULTON Proprietor thi1thrn fIt1 Investment Dm ny Of Lexington Kentucky Plan Life Insurance Reversed We Pay While You Live They Pay WhenYou Die OVER 513300000 PAID IN MATURITIES OVER 55000000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS STATEMENT DECEMBER 1898 Ezmertl40Coup-on Fund Balance froth November S ss 41 Fines and Transfers SO SC Installments 5CH9 CC Total Coupon Fund I 5174 80 Coupons Redeemed S50SO 05 Balance fDt 31 Reserve 1und Installment SI 00 Interest SCI 45 Total Reserve Fund tor December 2054 45 Toh111 aid CcrtiKcaleIlQlders 13324455 Total Passed to Reserve Fund 49250 75 LIVING BENEFITS PAID DECEMBER 1898 SPECIAL REDEMPTION Address Cost PaidNameD Good Esl1lcr Lexington Ky S 1 50 S15GOO i U ii Ii U 54 150 00 B F Johnson ta Co Baltimore Mil 51 50 15000 O R Marshall Lexington Ky 4750 135 00 Dn Jones It 47 50 135 00 Jl F Johnson Co Baltimore Md 54 50 ISO 00 K F Johnson Co 54 50 v 15G 00 R F Johnson Co 5450V 150 00 W F White Estate Lexington Ky 5100lli6t II 51ho 156 00 Ii Ii i 54 150 00 54 50 156 00 LAM Grief Louisville 53 50 153 00 Dr S 11 Stevenson Ol1ilJgul1t 51 50 147 00 G E Clark u rt 25ili 73 ro- W F White Estato Lexington Ky 54 50 150 00 i i R 51 50 156 00 A Good It 3 50 15J 00 B 1 Johnson t Co Baltimore Mil 54 O 15G 00 It 1i Ii 54 50 15000 II 54 5Q 150 00 II 54 50 156 00 ii 51 50 150 00 i h 545015600 545Q 156 00 a i i 5450 156 00 ID IJ Jones i Lexington Ky 53 50 isi 00 1 Johnson Co Baltimore Md 45 50 129 00 l 147 00 ii V ft9J P 40 132 00 1 tf l 153 00 REGULAR REDEMPTION lName Address OiPJd G S Iaytlon i Owenshord Ky11 50 12G 00 Dr A i Taylor Lexington 0e 1 42 50 120 Joliu Tllisclier Io 1Lilcii 43 Q i03 12 L A M Grief it I t 42 t 100 43 HO Total 50S005 Profit Over Cot T FMiitO17 f t PQRFULL INFORMATION ADDRESS A SMITH BOWMANt SCCPhtt77 EH3 iT laiLUOM LiuI Aut Rths4 ly- p c a 0Cc 1 B A a F = = r = jfr t4 v IF Y UlmE mED iiDRUGGISTS 4AU1p urr iUI- E MADE ASY1J- 1 Qas to making an attractive home remember us and we will b show you many things that will surprise you Come and be con 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