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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e nI eIl 0 u r Lo toc j I w 11 V Tti fj ICI1 ONJ L c CI IMAX r r 1J I J Ij JIi i OLU1t 25 M fJ RICHMOND MADISbN COUNTY KENTXJCKY WED EsDAY FEUlRlJARY8 1899 rEcleJ p er J NuMBER 36 rf IAL J fiRiSBY1IONCEY General Agents I te1l Kntuc y t uitabIB Life NEWl ORK ttt AGENTS WANTED IN OFFICEMain Street Richmond Ky =SOLICITORS WANTED EVERYACTIVE for The Story or the Philippines by Marat Halttead commissioned ernmentas Official Historian to the War De partment The book was written in array camps at San Francisco on the Pacific with General Merritt in the hospitals at Honolulu In lion Kong in the American trenches at Manila in the insurgent with Agul laldo on the deck of be Olympia with Dewey and in the roar of battle at the fall ol Manila Itonanza for agents Brimful of original pic tore taken by Koverment photographers on tile spot Large book Low Freight paid Credit given Drop all trashy unofficial war rooks Outfit free Address F T Barber Sccy Star Insurance Bldge Chicago octaMm PROFESSIONAL CARDS A1OtU J RW MiiE7i ATTOafJCYATLA w UlCHMOXD KnSTVCKT Office in the Burnam Building next door to armors National Bank febSly S Jirv N JA ArroKXEYA LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Taylors Hani wore sto re op posite Court House on Main Street II B HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office No 13 FirstSt up stairjr 3130 J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS A T LA W RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen anils grocery P2YSIOIA1TS DR II 1C GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe Ccilini building iS and ao Sec ond Street over Wnue old drugstore vf CHAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry anosterillty a Specialty arsOfficc up stairs over store recently accn pied by Richmond Harness Co Cost Hun St Richmond Kyarr71y IT C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Gfhce Collins Uuildine Main Street Telephone at resilIence the Cnrr place on Ilroadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY Gw EVAXS31 D s PHYSICIAN AND SOBOEON RICHMOND KBJJTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Nedicincand Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY nOfflco and residence on Second Street DENTAL SraGE2T DT 1aeTle lt 1tOnSOt DBHTIST OF LOOISVIUE KY OTOfBce next door to Government Building RichmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 nov7ly Four nice rooms for rent It Call at Dental Olfice of Dr Hob son next door to postoffice JR FRED SMITH DENTIST JKTOfflco over Collins Grocery same office lately occupied by Dr W W Bnrgin Janl2ly Dr louis ff Landraan No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Ziinmer Richmond Ky on Wednesday February 8 1899 returning every second Wednesday o eacb month Deference every physician of Rich mond Ky eblSly KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY L til CiVE Pitsitat Inioston EIUBY BIBLE MEDICAL AND COM MERCIAL COLLEGES Tuition for Literary and Bible Coarse 22 a year More than twenty teicbcra 10000 Kymnislura Thousands of successful alumni Uoclal and moral wcllaro of rtudents receive special attention to both sexes For catalogues addreii the President jly27tt ILLlI m EBTRAL BHOttTLINETO New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA PaUmanTonrhtBlsepiiiKCar jcaves Lou Tllle erery Thursday eight nad roB tbtoa h to San Fracl e OJAsk your t1clt 8Uor particular or Writ to X Kowtef I1aveJ 1 Me 8fC Loaav11leXy jt MiK Ckt Z lMlto W A JIiJo I t 1 THE VITAL ISSUE ILoulsrillo Dispatch Jan 317 I bra in Iho iHnr future a riin 11 proacliiiiK that unnorvesTneaiid es mo to tremble for the safety of niy country As aresnllof tlip war cor nornlibns liave been enthroned an era ol corruption in liisi places willfollow ahil ilio niiincy ftower of the country will endeavor to prolong its reign by workliifrtiiHiU the preiljndired of the people until nil wealth Is n preuate In a few hands anil tlio Republic Is tit niroyti I foel at this moment more anxiety for the safely of tho tontitry than evertief ore cveii Iu the tniilst of the war Abraham Linculn Did Henry WatlvrFoht even in his most fcalhinj jKuoraiiuns against the Money Devil ever utter words more startling or moro impressive The enslavement of ancientIiomo was nccoraplishocl throiijih the fame Money Devil that reduced liecurrency more than 50 per cent per cipita And then tub Hark Ages set in It has been 50in nil countries anil in all the cen turies that whenever a handful of sel fish selfseeking unscrupulous politi cians eonsht to gratify their own am bition anil impoveiish the people in or der to enrich themselves they began toi manipulate the money circulation by darklanttrn surreptitious methods Our civil war froui ISOl to 5resuited in emancipation This was ono object the original aboliiionisis hd in view the European abolitionists es pecially because as was Enid by ole of ihem Chattel slavery carries with It the care fur the laborers while the European ihm lod by England Is for capital to control labor by controlling thy wages This can ba done by con trolling the money Unless the people become soon moused to present conditions their en slavement is only a question of time Hand in hand with the encroachments of the Money Devil goes the demand fur a large standing army to entrench the party in power so firmly that it can not be dispossessed and to gratify the goldless greed of gain which controls its leaders An object lesson was n few days ago disclosed to a Louisville uimelallistby a gold bug friend The latter while discussing his personal for tunesforgetting for the moment all about the vital issue of finance wrecks or enriches a whole pc whichI wittingly remarked Ml property on a credit in 1802 and exe cuted my notes for it in amounts aggre gating 30000 twice as much as it would bring now and shall have a very hard time getting that even iTl ever do If I had only waited till after the extra session of Congress met and repealed the Sherman purchasing clause in 1893 That Is interposed his friend you bought on a doublestandard basis of valuation and ar now obliged to pay on a single gold standard basis a griev ous misfortune which has wrecked thousands of others and may wreck you The manor question is the greatqnts tion the vital issue the potentfactor which enlightens elevates or dishonors aud degrades nations which has civil Izrtl or enslaved But theDispatch gloomy as the out look may sometimes seen has hopes of our country It may take a long time for the resurrection but truth crushed to earth will ilse again The issue in volved in the Chicago platform must prevail fur hereby has no immortality Eighteen years after his burial the ashes of Wickliffe were exhumed by the frauds who denounced everybody that protested against the desecration as a demagogue Wifkliffes ashes were cast into tho Avon the Avon bore then to the Severn and the Severn to the sea where tho winds and the waves bore thom to the four quartets of the lobe but todny the spirit of Wickliffe lives anti bieathes wherever the law of love and life prevail What is best for all the peoplo alike not for tho moneY langcrs ullltlt7 Such will be the paramount question in 1900 It is and will be the vital isane Ho ought to bo good at repartee What makes you think so Well hesan amateur chemists and ought always be ready with areport Q Good IdfYour heart beats over cne hun dred thousand times each day One hundred thousand supplies oft good or bad blood to your brain Which is it If bad impure blood then your brain aches You ere troubled with drowsiness cannot slep You are cs tired In the morning as at night You have no nerve power Your food does you but Stimulants tonics headache1 powders cannot ctne you but 4 wil It mates tbeJiyer kM eys sfcia and bowels perform their proper work It reawfe im from the odAnd it makes the fclooi hi J s We giving propcriiei To yYou will b wwreTapidly curecJ laxlltlvedoseoAyers arouse ticslmfUfc iWra cttre billousns We litT lldUlJerileea or PbIldans In u ofE T Ir 1M lP 11 f MATTER 0 oreI h Ii f j i i1i r DOALsownWlwE food more and A TOnY Or DREAMS IKeri York SanJ How Ions does it tale you to dream Did you ever find olltor try Monam ined it is related once fail nslecp on a camels back Before falling off into dreamland lie said ht saw a jinlni tree the only one in si ht nhout six cam els lenRths away He full asleep and dreanled that he had gone to heaven saw sights strango and wonderful many of them Ho had no clear con ception of time but heJeU rather limn knew that days and days had passed And thenlie woUo up The camel was just passing the palm thee Mohammed hall been asleep about four seconds Some one told the above story t lit other night after the talk had changed on psychology mesmerism thought transference the occult in general And then onn yomig fellow of twenty five or thereabouts told this tale VZliad a dream tho other ni ht that since 1 had it lias kept tnenwako think ing It WItS a inizture of jlC Fuuscidea and of inv own master paaslon money gettin But tho fact that it was over so qiifcUly is the part that has puzzled me most I hail gone through a pretty hard day anti before dressing to go out that evening I thought Id lie on the couch for a minute lie full length on my back and jet a good icst that WilY As I lay there I noted that the clock on the mantel was just striking 7 oclock I fell asleep and dreamed that the devil had come to me and saMI coykl have all the money I wanted it I would be content to die on my thirtieth birth day He told mo to think the matter over and he sat dowji in iny Morris chair and picking up a magazine read it for a longiimc In about an hours time I toM him that I would accept He rose put a packetof money on the mantel nnt told mo that as often as desired money 1 hall but to look on tho mantle aud the amount would be there And then he opened the door and wont out I WItS cognizant of the lact that I was only twentyfive years old and had flye years yqt to eetin that Jream IlheoI them I did not go tho pa eIbclmvetl mjself but lived took catO of rela tives aud friends traveled all over the world I even fell in lovo but dill not ask the girl to be my wife because I had always in mind the fuct that I was to dio as soon as I was thirty years old Year after year passed and I saw no nlore of my friend tho devil As often as I wanted money I found it anti look it with no misgivings as to my ultimate future inasmuch as I knew that the life I was leadii g was above reproach Thirty Ahiys before my thirtieth birthday 1 went to my lawyer and saw that my will was in perfect technical shape And then I concerned myself no more in respect to my death thanj would to the puichnshiK of a new collar Iho night before my thirtieth birth day I gave a stag ailair to about twenty men I was as gay as any man there aud tho quip and jest and story hall gone around Then my nearest iuti nate ot npand proposed my health n u as drunk antI I was called upon for a speech I rose glass in hand Just as I got to my feet tho dock iu the hall chimed out midnight I was thirty years old 1 tried to raise rny glass oh hhh but itiell with a crash to the ta ble The lights danced in front of me everything aud I feu mysvif fallini falliifg fulling uhLiheu 1 woko with alstnrt I looked up at the clock oinhenian tel It marked tivo jninutes after 71- hnd becitasleep live minutes and hud lived five years GFIPS RAVAGES DOOMED So much misery and so many deaths have ben caused by the Grip that every cue should know what a wonder ful remedy for this malady is foumi in Dr jugs New Discovery Thal distressing ttubborn coujih that inflames your throat robs you of sleep weakens your system and paves the way for is quickly stopped i y this matchless Ufo If you have chills and fever pain in the back of tho head soreness in bonts and muscles sore throat and that cough that grips yon throat like a vicoyou need Dr Kinga New Discovery toure your Grip and trevcnt Pneumonia Price Wets and Sl00 Money Lack if nol cured A trial bottle freo at Ierry TliomaP Drug Store Another Fair Grounds Abolished Recently the CLIMAX made an exclu sive announcement of the plan on foot tocoiivert the Fair Grounds and am phitlieatie into stock yards and atilp penr which KQUid mean tho kuelfof fairs in Madison t to follow suitlf weuiay judge by the fdllbwhig telegram from1 St Lot is in thu Evening Post of Janu ary 26 Charlea Green former president of the Fair Association leaves today for Lexington Ky via lie goes to to Bell a piililio aiic lion tlifl grnlAl siaiid clublioUBO etabV au ofher propertied oftSiQ gfdjrst andi most fal ot sTllce track in America the Led the Itftcinf on wliKilt wlUo rflic most noted races lit of tho Amercan tnri fiavo nrNH ltrsct ill be cut up Jiito Iown lkMid sold fhdrc are sixlysis acres in the tract but a finall portion of leis lii jie iatys Hrtlbt Tc i yo iii Hgo the pbsoctaUgrii became iii1 voiett nd Mr Green tanic to Its re 1tef if befog1 WtiaUIe to jfqtiidate ItInkbl t1llli mort sp nas fere clo a t5v rsaKX This ld8IUIna mfa 1 i1fb J lt I Uji Ih 4JL J W j Jf- c jtr t L j L fpOWPEai ijMaKesthe dectous wholesome 1 thoroughly sumpluously Jigbhck Consumption Consumption LcxIngtouJs Cincijinativ LfxiiVgloa 1JtlonjololIgtpcrnteJby Assocrafiotiaivd thevldjtipVy tilniUrt 1cqtthltI 2L CEOHCE w BrOJlDDU3 Plattsbnrs Mo Landmark CityUeilnesdayUroaddns The sudden announcement of Iho death of MfJlrotddus will beashocktn hia mouy friends Sunday eveningthe 22nd inst ho had n chill hut paid little attention to it mill came down town Monday Monday night he was taken sick and never recovered from the at tack dving at 3 Ii in Wednesday morn ing Ho was unconscious fronvMon day night until death His physicians say lie had congestion of the brain fol lowed by raeningitm George WDronddns was born in Mad ison county Kentucky April 8 3863 Herehegrew lip and receivid a classi cal education graduating at Central colleue Ky In ISSi he moved to Plat te City and began teaching school II profession ho followeil uulil he was ad mitted to the bar in 1893 He practiced law in the courts np to the time of hi death in Iho courts of this county He was married Dec 27 1894toMiss Annie L daughter of Capt Joseph Todd Of this union there are no children Mr BnJaddtis was an educated polishes gentleman He was of a quiet reserved nature anti generally shrank from con tact with the busy world much prefer ring n good book or his home to the busy hurrying outside world He was of ol utlc frank nature and loved nud was a favorite with the children He was a member of the Baptist church his father being a member of tho amc denomination He carried an insur ance on his life of 4000 half of this was in the Northwestern of Marshal town Iowa and half hi tho Modern Woodmen of America After services at tho house by Rev Geo W Everett his remains were taken in charge by tho Modern Woodmen who conveyed antI interred them in tho old Todd fcuryiug ground near Boverlv limy tu Find Jut Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twenty four hours a sediment or settling in dicates an unhealthy condition of the kidney trouble too frequent desire to pass it or pain in tho back is also con vincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order What to do There is comfort in the knowledge BO often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampHoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheuma tismpain in the back kidney liver bladder and every j art of the urinary passages It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain iu passing it or had effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that un pleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during Iho day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwarapItoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of tile most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have tho belt At drnssists fifty Cents or one dollar Yon may liave a sample bottle and a book that tells more about ii both sent absolutely free by mall U you send your address te Dr Kilmer Co Ulnghamfon N Y When writting bo sure and mention that you read this generpus offer in the Richmond CLIMAX n HOW DOES THIS STRIKE YOU Tlitijeditor of a Kansas paper states that he picked up a Winchester rifle recently anti started down the street to deliver the weapon to its owner The delinquent subscribers however got it into their heads that he was pivthe warpath and everyone he met insisted on paying what they owed him Ono man wiped out a debt of ten years standing jOn his return to the office he found of hay fifteen bushels ofcorn ten bushels of potatoes a load of wood and a barrel of turnips that had been brought in by delinquents The smallest thingf may exert the greatest influence Da Witts Little Jiarly llisers are unequalled for over comingconstipaUon anti liver troubles Small pill best pill safe pill Doug las Wells The latest curl for rattlesnake bite is coal oil When biltsii upon the hand place it iu a vessel filled with oif and the poison will tome out and rise to tile surface of the liquid A PUNSTERS DEDUCTION ruches take unto lueinselves vlngs ald fly aniy said tlio teacher I What kind ofiriclies is uieant And t ie mart boy at the foot of tho class jJJ Jhe ruukoiieil thoy must be os tricliefi JIIE PENtfY MAGAZINE Now 3fork which is the lowestpriced uiaga zlne iu Anieiiuii 20 cents a etrandwhich h owned by lIon Ohuiincey M Uejipw the euiliieut American orator witiug a roirestnuitive in thla ykiulty It It a good qjiportuuityfor ooeof our ambitious youiiginejioryoMngwMu u iAppiiftlifos ahonld bcaiidretffjed to the tfuDBcjjiitipn Dcpartiueut TH15 PEN lewYohYAn Irishunui iu ordr to cekjbrato tliu Hdvont of now era west out on a little brk lie UiUilt jet homo till 3 oclwkju Ulo niorpingt iSild WItS bXroy hi tliu lious j buiori i iiurof ruslied uji and uncovering a buifclior syf tjjoodt showed hiUi rIJllotd llie IrMtwloukedjup Jit tho clock1 nhicli saJd fth lit thoH1ft vfA kihCli t rJO miriJ a arms anti said PiHiut it ir potntitiouf but lliaiik jtfyetss th u irI1ut It1J It hOjlllll tYt lYt t i VI 7brJ Ih1tu i ti iict1i Tubacca And Cigars Sacrificed la His Ro Ugfws Cwriclians On Monday night of last week Dan ville witnessed one of tho most inter Jilting sights in her history when AV puIJfieami tol acco Mr Hoi in en on the 1st of JAtiunry bought out hU parbier OP JIcRolv erfej bcvnime McTlobrrts Would not agree to iiscontiuu thiHiiieof suiokiu srd clicwinj tobaSiw r tnluiug the re liriug jiart ler as Mil i ooklciper and general righthnnd man Jdr IIohncH does not use tobacco and has for years talked of quitting Ihe sale oil it as ho is opposed to encouraging sametinnjj he believes lobe wrong AVliea the firm dissolved ln was cou fronted with tho probloiu IIf rMdiuif liiinsblf of tho cigars jiipes chewing and smoking tobacco on Iinnd He lind a Howl deal of it und Mould not sell or jive It tWit auha wished to Ia consistent He kept the stock until Thu Bdjiy when he announced through tho local newspaper ihat he would burn the cipars nUll tobacco that eveninjat7 oclock at the same time inviting ov erybody to como nnd witness Ibo fl1n The crowd which assembled to sep such a coiunionpluce thln ns u Ktnali street nro was surprwinK From Jive to seven hundred people cro ydert the sidewalks and street Jrout of the store in tho principal business portion of tht town So great in fact was the crowd nnd the consequent jmshinx and the hauling and excitement generally r that the people advised Mr Holmes to postpouo the ies t ruction until u latrrhour whcu the larger portion crowd would have dispersed About 0 oclock the boxes of cigars smoking tobacco etc were piled into the street reveral gallons of coal oil were poured upon thoni and the match applied The flames shut up for fifteen I or twenty feet burned for threonuar ters of an hour and went out The crowd of business men n few women children loimuers loafers students etc watched the fire die out and then sought their homes It was a singular sccnoMr Holmes has received letters from all over the country some coramendimr some criticising and some asking for n further elucidation of his theory Mr Holmes has been a leading incrchtmt for a quarter of a ceutury and is the owner of ono of the handsomest private residences in Danville He talks of making some other Innovations in trade in order to conform to iiis strict ideas of his duty es a Christian Mr Holmes is remembered here in connection with the rovlval of Uev Pickett in the summer ofiUJ and was noticeable for his deep piety about which there is no shadow of doubt The latest entertainment to find much favor is the Bellamy dance and so popular has it become that doubtless it will bo much in evidence among the for the rest of the season It ia called the Bellamy dance after tile author of Looking Backward and its namo is indicative of its character All the dancers arc dressed backward and look backward as they move All the men put on their coats and wait coatI collars and tics wronpsido to They put masks on the hacks of their heads and wear wigs with long hair hanging over their faces Through the straggling locks they can seo bUt lieir face Tire not visible TIle women drets backward as well with masks at the backs of their heads and poke bonnets with thin lace crowns over their faces While tho oldfashioned dance the Sir Roger tho minuet or monle musk Is in progress the participants are of course dancing forwaid as usual but the whole effect with thn reserved cos tumes is of tiancing backward Old and young have joined in this latest amusement and iio endof fun JIltS been the result An average man of IMpounds weight has enough phosphorus ill his body to make half a million matches and yet there are some of us of 189 pounds weight who cannot make even one match Handsome Editor Cynthiana Democrat I have a stitch in my side grum bled the patient You ought to bo very thankful for that responded the doctor cheerfully Why tfBecause a stitchin tiD1 saves nne you know THE DIFFEhENCt Begorry said Googan iL Jig the Terence is bechuxt uieau llobsuii Yis said JIcAdoo puuseHobsoufor it an 01 sink a couple of schooners an gits the dlvvul for it IIrLTHAT KiLL Coriwmptionisca lafft ff the lungs Ctriain complica ttons mate tontutnf flpniiicuratlt v Jlost caees of death from con sumption oro thodircctrcstlt S3 of Bcglcctcd ca tarrhi Pcruna frorlts liannoniotisly Tvith nature to eject the tu1J rdes from the lungs and works co successfully that if thsre fsa cure for coastiBiptioa IeruHa U tile remedy Bead thfs letter from Mrs U A Tyner of Four Oaks JT C about her daughter Jlrs L Keene She says Pertttta Medicine Co ColtnbusO- D AB SIRS My daughter had ctery symptom of conEUHiptton suppression o messes ijrl tsweat and great cma ciatlon She was so low that 1ueof oar eighbo 1i hot1lkthe eouW llv i la May Mr CK Adams of this place wh 9 ltattke 3Per B told mo if anything would tetp her Tcrufia would JjfGtil b ttlor of it arid porno rode candy ndwgaa firing It to her Durjng the 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RecomitienJed by Leading S lrcssmkcrThey Always Ftzzv JM Q ilkIb c SA2AS1SRPS i= NONernrcR AI ANT FKICO g 2 TTit p ittrm au ra nrary rciv njnws in u i I uiunl itcv 5 If r al til n n licvp thm send 5 jH ilirecl to tins nt inip rccciveil JS AdJress yudf ritamt pm u aTHE JilcCAU CJPANY J3310KCV KiS fzstKewTerk EHArcn opirr 3 J 189 Fifth Ave Ciciico enJ S 1031 iarkct St un Francisco = C gJn IfDll 1 M fBl I Ii 2I 1 r1 w31= Crlj1 lIbJZln Phi d Conat WjfuIC orll Ihoo s inrjic Latest f rtirrni tzsa Ion rcy Vork 5 Accnt wanud lor rtjipizin mertry lucilnr IluDI1 reudumlot Hill C lhe lur tniai J4il Bti i i 5t af l SulnIOpcq 2tj fu 32 lmI THE McCiLU CO j5 138 to 16 W Mtli tt New YorU r VtWrt2WInUIWltNW FOR SALE The executor of Lee Jaka White deceased offers for sale privately about Im Acres of Lad thebalanceand Dudley TribbJe The latter is In blnegrasa aud has not been ploughed for thirty years Address 4olm G Cole ExIBox 253 Winchester Ky Jan42m For Sis Privately OOM Iwill oHer for sale privately ray House and 7thStreetatablecontains about 90x90 feet The price rill be reasonable for earn WILLIAM ENGLISH norttf nichniond Ky BO YEARS EXPERIENCE II TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS 4cfl- U1 uap df gt CommunIcationsunt free Oldest agency fcreocnnngnatenu Patents taken through tptctoi notice without charsa In the Scientific American circoIetlonnewsdMilenMUNNCo3618 llraacn Office C3 F SU Woshloeton D C 2S27 BIInyIn I DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm Am pm pni 2 00 6 20 Lve Itlchmond Ar m 7 20 2 55 7 09 Winchester 11 42 6 25 8 45 Mayivllle 8 540 9 Paris 840 510 617 1028 GeorRetoivn 750 428 7 10 11 20 Ar Frankfoit LTC 7 00 3 40 AH for tickets via Paris J nNEWTONGIA Zr tij11 c Sf = uS cq I = c 00a a Q = j II= cc= cgg 1 0 = = = 1 d g11 crcrcrocrCocrcrcr f cCC 0c 1 C j a = tt qtf 010 0 g is jPtJ iJ ll I Sjl 1 Q l l 101 0 fIJ 88 gg8 BBB3B3SB ttt mI g8g aaee n U RC IHlffiftiia R i1w YI Time of Trains at Winchester iKy WEST BOOKD MUStorllnff and Lexington Accora 653 am Eastern Express or Louisville 7 30 am pmNewEAST BOUND Lexington and llarehead Accom 9 15 am New York Limited F F V l 53 am pmWashingtonAccommodation trains run dally except SQn day Other trains run dally Throcgh sleeping and dining car service to New York For information rates or Jeep rreservatlons all on or write K HOOD NByRichmond or AgmitT Lexincton VR CentravnaUiThan Erer to reach all points in Arkansas Texas Mexico Arizona and California The splendid train service with which the Illinois CentrnlMemphls and New Orleans Veatibllled Limited is equipped nuke it Easier Than Ever to take ft trip to the above mentioned territory The Central is the only line whlcbruns Free Seclinlag Chair Cars and Vestibnilcd trains from Louisville to tho South also a weekly Iullmaa Toulst earfor California 25pmArrArrNe Orleans Friday 7 pm OprnAn5pmArr20jlmAnIb is Tb Tn UiitK S fMt jiSTrnn Parties deflring to make comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to com municate B HTowler TravelinjrPatsen Ecr Agent Louisville Ky WaAtFcrDKjiixoND OP At KyIREMEMBER0 t Youcati biiymofo GROCKKIES for less money at THfiKMANs thau anjwbere on Earth Give as a call II J iqJ MANGROOERY COp t1 iCort MA N A D ClEAt SIDE 1IOHM9liD X Adv nceldvertis mend i I= Y WATGH THIS EVSHtY WEEK Kext i LadiQS1 Floeeedlified Hosq w01 th205 ej lOcts 12 Tftrslw qi Lace for 4eT iMsweelxm table JifiQjJi napljiiis Stnd count ti1u Tht1i m H d r r PriI Nntiols ftrd t lotlicl ii Re pI WIieJtiiLr tiDE tiRUCrt 1 iUt CJ4 1I iI y- i1 I lii j i 8 ij f 11 ii t 1k- jf We Dont t tr H u Want a Cent Of your money unless you get value received for it Forthatreason we are always glad to have you look around e the store and learn now much better you can do here than anywhere elsea lrfh 0 1 Suites Bedroom cCCD CCJr Ct In BirdsEye Maple Mahog uny Golden and Antique Oak NiBeautilnl Brass and Folding Beds XElegant Sideboards Nft Extension and Center Tables Odd Dressers Chiffoniers Parlor Cabinet Book Cases XHat Racks Etc Etc There is also on display in my the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever brought to Richmond My selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot be excelled A handsome line of Couehes in Velvet and cityClothesSmyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attract ive additions to our business If you are a lover of beauty it will pay you to call and my line of Framed Pictures Me dallions c We also make a specialty of framing pictures Our line is full and complete and in charge of Mr M G Brown a graduate embalmer and funeral director It will pay you to call on me before purchasing elsewhere 5 NfVILLf M08tALY Successor to J S Collins KfNlQHT PHONE J3W Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPKIETOR midI+ u ++ FINE WORK A SPECIALTY ofCemetrWorkof the Al K Church onJrvino Street where they will find constantly nn lianil u largo Ktoclc of filli lied work to elect from at prices to suit all clltjle iV Centr1KentllckytSlglIIwhich3Sr PATRONAGE SOLICITEDWiI JAMES D HKT ILTON Proprietor BEPAIBINQ AND TIMEINO FIXE WATCHES A SPECIALLY J- t s store YOUR All Work Guaranteed LELANEJE R OPTIOIAN 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY f l1lARPERSt HAGAZ INE iIIW IIlrttl1oJ1U1iallttmttlIIl tJur hrcJeQn f V ii wClconuu rt lltIO cal1J1QA rnliva lJ I l HISTORY OF TH- ESPANISHAMERICAN i WAR ito By IIii La r M sjt tl Wttie of Manila E iv II JL1fO11 EWt 5LV HWlBOiMO JOURNEY Ij WfHtoM DM Hw ft t aJ 01 nit dtrID lUt hsMr llowclu tolht naiini 1not nrl1tctsxel1a II AvVtso Qrlfe d s a1II I f r JItleJ1 I 5 i n Spanish War StOrti JOHX Knx Iii srrUJhttoijr lh Kwe 4 4arlltr = ifUSHQ3T STORIES I n JtIL or i f WBSTS orjEJUJSAtrj 11y1I Irrtuti t L t1rrh al fl T82RISri ER XOHSt a nlrtftltnII LV ItP PAItf03J Laa tMCUCKOQcncR n 1 rt Ifp Jta J u d sf I CcrtyWo WC Ih1 lit T sItt b O j I 1ihOR liihtttt ptht f rilcN 1n iJt tll1liJ t1WfQCt j JUl i taJ t t TII tlIPiIJ17y t 111RN jS d n =jzJ l f i r r cw f 7 Rzn r fi J r 7 r ry 7 tI T n r E =cii 0 f i c t D Ii i ii The Richmond Climax JCCMENAULT I nnkDMIIIEIl C WOODS Auoclate Editor WEDNESDAY FEB 8 1899 PUBLISH IO WKDNR3DAT BY Tho Climax Printing Co PRICE PER YEAR 160 ANNOUNCEMENT ran AUDITOR We kJ1 authorized to announce JOHN B CHENAULT of Madlspn county a candidate for the office of State Auditor subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention FOB BEPHE3KNTATIVB We are authorized to announce IlL B WILL IAMS a candidate forthe Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W W COMBS a candidate to aucceed himself in the next general assembly of the State of Ken tucky subject to the wilt of the Democratic party THANKS to the Owenton Herald for kindly comment on CLIMAX IT certainly looks strange that the enemies of the Louisville Dispatch and the onemies of Vat Hardin and W J Stono arc making the CourierJournal their mouthpiece Cynthian a Democrat HON WM P TIIORNE of Eminence Kentucky is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Lieutenant Coy ernor The Herald knows nothing of his record but suppose as we have not heard of him lIe is a quiet inoffensive sort of a fellew and suggest that he is the man for the nomination Burkes yule Herald Sorry to say so but the Herald confesses itself unknown HON C J BKOXSTON was invited to make a speech before the students of Central University at Richmond by Chancellor Dianton a prominent gold bug a supporter or Palmer and Buck ner thinking Mr Bronston would tickle the fancj of the students with a eulogy upon the yellow metal But the shrewd lawyer took advantage of th i opportunity and made a free silver speech that fairly took away Chancellor Blantons breath It is said at present no moralinvitations will be ex tended Mr Bronston to speak to the students of that noted school Nicho lasvillo Journal TilE Lexington Gazette continues with unabated zeal its fight for justice to Commodore Critteuden Watson the foremost naval oillcer of our nation in every meritorious particular Closing a lengthy and strongthy appeal to all Kentuckians to demand justice to this courteous Christian gentleman the Gazette says Where wfere Sampson and Schlev when Watson was standing on the bridge beside Faragnt as he fought his way into the harbor of Mobile Read the brave old Admirals reptri of that and other sea fights in which he was seconded and sustained by this gallant Kentuckian It makes ones blood boil to think of the injustice that has been done him by the Navy Depart ment As we do not get a letter every day from Win Jennings Bryan the Associate Editor prizes very highly tho two page autograph communication from our next President received some weeks ago Wo had sent him a letter written by an Ohio soldier a Republi can wherein he praised Mr Bryans kindly treatment of his regiment en camped in Florida at that time and contradicting the silly reports circulated that Mr Bryan wanted toqultthe army when the fact was lila regiment the Third Nebraska was being decimated by fever and was wholly unable to live in a southern camp In the course of his reply Mr Bryan says Am glad that I won the com mendation of a Republican soldier and yet I only did what every officer ought to do CJBrowerCO LEXINGTON KY Watch That Lady 1 Who goes shopping for real values She discriminates and thats half the battle in buying between the cheap shoddy stuff at soCalled low prices and the wellmade nicely fin ished article offered at a fair price Yes And her home shows the result of thisdiscrimination Shod dy material show quickly CarpetsWe Offer At 55c a Yard New shades of Blue For est Green and Brown Olives At ftll a Yard Spring Designs 9r Ax minster Carpets and Bor T ders A 16fl a Yard Royal Wilton Carpets and Borders The most durable and desirable of all Carpets +4 + I nDi mllilf m ii Jn CIFIBroiCo11 MAtE AND KY r t U 1 A hj iu- d TnEpeace treaty rwa6pM d is the Senate on Tuesday Tint Philippines attacked the Amer loans and thousands of th4i former were slain with small lose to our Jroops THE formal announcement of Hon W W Combs for re nomination for the Legislative race is elsewhere made Mr Combs made a record distinguish ed for hard effective consciendous work earning for himself the title of Honest Combs He Is warmly sup ported r renomination and saks thjt closest scrutiny of his record by all those undecided as to their preferences in this race IF nearly all the criticisms of the Louisville Dispatch did not emanate from or were inspired by the enemies of that paper we might be in a position today of fighting the leading organ of Democracy In Kentucky But the attitude of Its jealous rivals only increases our loyalty to the Dispatch and we hepe that no Democrat will lorsake this fearless champion of the peoples rights untilit forsakes the party The cause is greater than any man should be tho only reply to those designing ones who would prostitute the paper to their own personal advantage Stand by the Dispatch FKOJI far off Nashau Now Hamp shire comes the Weekly Telegraph with a column article from the pen of Mrs James Bennett of this city who has presented a memorial to Congress on the subject of Woman Suffrage On another page of the Telegraph as if to emphasize the growth and intensity of the feeling for suffrage for women is a special from Indianapolis telling of 50000 petitioners Indiana asking the Legislature to grant equal suffrage in that State In twentyfive ytare the State that does not give the ballot to women will be an exception to the rule THE CUMAX last week inadvertently emitted the credit due the Interior Journal for an editorial on Charley Bronstons speech As this explanation to its author was made by postal card upon discovery of tbo mistake It jenewed lure only to emphasize the truth of every word contained in the clippingChancellor Blanton took slight ex ception to the Interior Journals editorial because of the intimation that there is any sort of restriction on free thought or free speech in the University and we acquit the University of any such alleged intimation But that is secondary to the point in question The joke on the Chancellor is what tickled ninetynine per cent of the audience that heard Mr Bronstona speccband the laugh will go round again when it is learned that the Chancellor was not only not surprised but really expected to be led through a slaughter house to an open grave In the cqurse of a halfcolumn article in Fridays In tenor Journal the Chancellor says Mr Bronston and I talked the mat ter over together and we agreed on the subject of the address I knew he could nQt discuss the Evils of the Republic from his stand point without touching on these ques tionsSo that there was no surprise on my part on the contrary I greatly en joyed the eloquent speaker Indeed surprise is a mild term wherewith to describe tho feelings of the Chancellor He was so startled and amazed we are informed by eye witnesses that when the speech was overlie lost his hat couldnt see his overcoat and couldnt find tIme door The fact is the Chancellor would gladly have crawled through a knot hole in the floor At any rate it is safe to say that tIme next time Mr Bronston addresses the law class of C U the subject assigned him will not be the Evils of the Republic and How to Avert Them RELIGIOUS Rev McGinn of Versailles delivered an instructive lecture on Christianity as opposed to Agnosticism at the Christian church on Sunday Tho members of Mt Pleasant Chris tian church are notified that a meeting of the congregation will be held the second Sunday every month Preaching by Rev T O Martin on the 4th and 6th Sundays MARRIED LEWISPOWELL Jos Lewis and Miss Alice Powell were married on Wednes day February 1 both of thiscounty 8iiEAEEBMcGmnE Jolinlj Shearer of Silver Creek and Miss Lnkittfe McGniro were united in marriage on Thursday last the Hotel Zimmer by Rev Jasper K Smith The bride is a daughter of James McGuire of Rock as tit county BIRTHS WAixaaTo the wife of J B Walk er at Kirksville on Friday last a girl weight pounds POTTO On Saturday evening test to the wife of Robert Potts of Whites Station a gir- lPAUBISUTo the wife of EG Pars rish nee Miss Fannie Harcourt a boy on February 2 Frank Harcourt YATKS Born to the wife of Collins Yates on January 29 a 14 pound boy William Bates May he live long and prosper DEATHS DOZIEB Mrs Nannie Dozier wife of Gco O Dozier died in this city on Saturday MILLION Near Million on Monday Mrs Matilda Million wife ol W B Million aged64 Burial yesterday DEATnEKAOE Mr and Mrs Elmer Deatherage are rejoicing over tbe birth of aten pound boyon Wednesday February 1 HISLE Sidney lisle a farmer aged about 30 son of Wni Hislf of Fayette died near Doylesville on Friday of con sumption WOOD VVm Wood aged CO died at Kansas City Jan 27 lie was born iu Madison county son ofJas Wood deed and brother of Chas Wood of College HilL LEioir Mrs Mary Jones Leigh age 40 died at her homo near Paint Lick lost Thursday morning ot consump tion burial Fridayat Wallaceschapel She was a widow mind leaves five chit drenTODLoAt the residea oa Broadway this city on Meday January 30 Miss Nannie Todd aged 36 rears Funeral on Thursday wdr iog conducted by He y W B Lloyk Becead- WM daughter of the 1as Ifraak roW aad leaves two brothMM toar eia ten TJ1JVENsAtva SMV fl1JagN 08 died hero last Friday from psiralysis- ad pneumonia He ietiWM a widow KHi wren cbiWren Mit W V Kiiigo Hn Smn BKlUrd Richard wid John gtSJWM this city i Mnk Jt Mrritl uti jot tIy W SIft Wt ti ii iOri1 BrmM a Major For Gallantry at SwiiH Among the officers recommended to the President for brevets for gallantry nndepflre at Santiago and the battles thereabout we notice In the Hew York Sun the name of Capt Henry Wygant of the 24th U S Infantry who is breveted a Major The gallant Captain was stationed at Central University for three years in charge ol the cadet battalion and when called Joractlve duty carried with him the rsspecfbf everybody here His charming wife soon followed to Fort Douglas Utah with one son Philip Harry entered the regular Army whilst Benybanl entered the Navy Strange but true all three saw service in the Spanish war the Captain and his son Liens Harry Wy gant of the 6th U S1 meeting face to faceat Bloody San Juan Benyoard at the moment was on blockade duty in front of Havanna The Salt Lake City Tribune lisa this interesting narrative from the Captains lips IN THE THICKEST OF SAN JUAN PlanT DOT ESCAPED UNHURT Capt Henry Wygant rugged and strong as that bright spring day last April when bis regiment left for the war has returned to Fort Douglas from Santiago de Cuba and Montauk Point All reports which have come of thatmemorable charge up the bloody heights of San Juan hill tell of the eon spicioua gallantry of Capt AVygant During that charge he was in com mand of the Second battalion and for two hours afterwards while the Twen tyfourth wan reorganizing and taking its position in the trenches on the sum mit of the hill time Captain was in command of tho entire regiment THAT MEMORABLE OHABGE Capt Wygant was seen by a Tribune representative at the fort last evening Of the battle of San Juan be was at first very reluctant to speak It is all like a dream to me now ho said and a very black one too After the regiment had formed in that river bed and then began that long charge across the wide field where Col Liscnm and Augustin tinU Gurney fell I can scarce ly recall much of what we did We had come across that field at such a pace that when we reached the toot of the hill where we were compara tively shattered from the Spanish fire I was just about exhausted There were some barbed wire fences there and we had to clear them sway before we could move on remember seeing Dodgo and Lyon hacking at a fence and I believe I carried oft an armful myself I wanted to form the battalion in better order there but we just couldnt keep those darkey boys back They were crazy to get at the top of the hill and up wo went our regiment mixed inextricably with volunteers and others of the regulars The way those col ored boys fought was wonderful simply wonderful They needed no urg ing on by tho officers but they kept right at time front without wavering or flinching a particle UNDER SEVERE iran When we swarmed over the summit of tire hill we were greeted by a severe fire Iiom the reserveSpanish lines on a lino of hills 800 yards nearei the city than San Juan and we had to dispose our troops in the old Spanish trenches and compel them to lie down to keep out of range of the Spaniards It was while engaged in this duty that Capt Ducat who had shown wonderful courage and daring during time entire fight was wounded Wo lay there in the trenches for nearly two weeks and then on the night of July 15th we were ordered to Siboney to do duty in the hospitals there We marched to Siboney through the blackest night I oversaw The men had to hold each others hands to keep together and we were censtantly getting lost in the cane brake and thick chapparal JIEBOISH AT SIHONEY It was at Sibonev that the true heroism of our darkey boys showed it self TheySrere called out to nurse the sick and do police duty in the yel low fever hospitals and when volunteers were asked for for this dangerous work over a hundred men came forward immediately And they did good work there those fellows and too much credit cannot be given them for dutyinother at intervals and although their duties were disagreeable and arduous in the extreme they never faltered never complained and were at their posts always They were kept there at Siboney forty days until August 20th and of the men in the regiment just twelve escaped the fever or malana CAPT IVVQANTS GALLANTRY Capt Wygant was himself one of time twelve fortunates Maj Markeley was tIme only other officer who escaped without illness orwound Although Capt Wygant would say absolutely nothing about his own doings in the fight and In the lever camps others are not so reticent All unite in say lug that his gallantry was most ex ceptional While the regiment waite forming and taking its position on San Juaas deadly summit Capt Wygant moved about the hill exposed every minute to a very hail of bullets He commanded Lin battalion at the lice pital camps and was untiring in his work there among the sick and dying patients He returns to this city to rectfperate from a nervous Attack brought on by the weeks of nerve rucinnjjwork and exposure in the hoS- pitals and IB the trenches He hen been especially mentioned for bravery oa the Held of buttle and is now en4oe Captain of the regiment HIS BOK AT SANTIAGO Capt Wyganta eldest eon Hrrry WygMit participated in eJyMtleof Santiago as an enlisted BMW la the Third infantry and be xteeiYpf lila co wnl6 on M ti Second Ltentwuht the MBie repment while lit the ifefle1eeaiter the bftttte rod b Cor the faUi the city Aiethorion of Capt WtiJ1en- y41 Is a Mvl cadet and jMtrtUrffMted hi the lMekaof llrnses JA Harry Ityftt ikl with the 1IlJ Tasiiltie 1 II tW itI 1 z 1 a4 PERSONAL arlnParisMrJ P Slramcns was in Louisville last week Mr Wt Cruteher was in Danville last week Mr Sam Bennett came up Saturday from Frankfort visitingfriends ndayinMr William Garrett of Versailles was in town Monday SaturdayfromMr Matt S Cohen attended time Danville horse sale Saturday Mrs Eugenia Humn and Miss Susan spent Friday in Lexington Mr Frank Adair and Mr Hanss of Cincinnati are in the city Mies Jane Craig has returned to Kingston from Mobile Ala froA K McCown has returned from a business trip South Mr James Stone of Frankfort spent several days here last week Mr H G McElwalne of Lexington was in the city on Monday Mrs Bert Stockton entertained the Whist Club on Friday atternoon Mr James It Crutcher attended the sale of horses at Danville Satuiday spentl8tMiss Annie Louise Clay of Paris is the guest of Miss Sarah Shackelford Mr John F Wagers has just return ed from a business trip to Cincinnati Miss Mynne Wagers left Monday for Cincinnati to be gone several week Mr Ward Howard olLouisville was In Richmond several days last week Mr and Mrs Nelson Gay of Clark spent Sunday with Mrs T D Chen aultMr Jason Walker and Miss Marguerite are expected home early next week visitinlinmonth Dr L H landman will be at the Zimmer Hotel on Wednesday February 8 Mr Harvey Chenault will co to Paris QWardguestlastFrankfort The Misses Mershon of Stanford are the guests of Mrs Robert Harris on Second Street Mr and Mrs JoinJ Hagan1of Cor bin are visiting Mrs T S Hagan on West Main street Prof J D Clark entertained at dinner Thursday evening in honor of the Prandennlal Club Mr 0 F Clay Jr of Paris was the guest of his sister at Madison Institute several days last week Misses Fletcher and Patton of Huntsville Ala are the guests of Mrs Richard white Miller justretninedfrollWinn of Winchester Mr Charles T Chenault who has been the guest of his mother returned to Winchester Friday Mr Clifton Thompson of Mt Ster shakinghandsMisa Susan Hume is till guest of Miss Esther Burnam in Frankfort She will be gone several weeks dayslastII Severance at Stanford Mr H M Samuels has returned from Tennessee with his family to make Madison his futuje home Rev Dr McCown late pastor of the Baptist church in this city is very low with consumption in Louisville Mrs J A Boone of Pine GroveMrs O E Bush of Winchester was the guests of J L Powell last week Mrs Tevis Wilkerson who has been the guest of Miss SallieTaylor has re MisslVirginiathe guests of relatives in this city last week homeIby her sister Mrs Vernon Beggs of St LouisMr eorgo McRoberts of Danville was the guest of Mr and Mrs D B Shackelford last week He returned home Friday Mrs Jane Patterson Cobb returned last week to her home in Cyntbiana after a very pleasant visit to Miss Mollie Fife returnedfromwife in Tennessee Miss Jones also visited in Virginia The Rey J WTyler pastor of the Presbyterian clmurchlias just returned countyLawronceburg Tho German of Thursday evening was in every respect a success It was attended by quite a number of young men from neighboring towns Host W R Black of Barbonrville a law partner of Mr S R B Black of this city has gone to the former place on business for a few days Prof Gordon Paxton of C Uhasbeen confined to his room for the past geek with WjpDr Logan who has been ill also is now able to resume his duties at C U Mrs M F Arbuckle attended time Poultry Show held in Louisville recent ly Mrs Arbuckle is an authority on poultry in Madison and raises some of the finest fowls in the State Miss Esther Burnam will entertain at German on the evening of the 14th for the As You Like It Club of Frankfort She has issued quite a number of invitations to friends here and it is probable that a number of the young people will attend Mr and Mrs W K Haldeman Miss Belle Haldeman Misses Clara and An me Haldeman of Louisville and Miss Margaret Buchanan of Crab Orchard NaplesontlmeGulfFlorida Some persons from the region may tel low them Dr Blantcn Miss Dickson etcParis Kentuckian Hon J N Saunders 0 U83 was giveji the honor of introducing the leC- turer which he briefly tastefully and eloquently and his effort eo pieiised Governor Taylor that he remarked Theres gubernatorial timber in that young man which I expect to hear of yearsThenand lie felt very decidely so no when the audience applauded the suggestion enthusiasticallv Mrs Talton Embry of Cincinnati was here this week tosee Mrs A U Severance who ia convalesc lug Stanford Journal = Awarded Highest O fSWw s Fair DR IICfp CREAM BAKING p 11111MOSt PERFECT MADE iIP5Jre Grip Cream r1trbr Powder Ae oo A r By other tdiJt 40 tF sTAIApu r 1- rcpj i 5 t jI I IRYZAE fEatSU Countyl Mr C Wi Sales was in rvino Wed nesday on business Mr Hugh Riddell was in RIcnmond Wednesday oh business Misses Ida and Katherine Park have protracted their visit iuMadisOn Mr Ernest Rood a New York traveling man was iri town this week Mrs Bettie Hume visited her slter Mrs Claude Smith at Richmond last week 9 Thursday twentythree wagons were kept busy hauling ice until four oclock Misses Judith Tudor and Louise YanghnIfilt Thursday fora short visit at Waco Miss Josie Lunsford returned Wed nesday from a visit to relatives in Frankfort Irvine is overrun with drummers this week or have been in town each day Mrs Hugh RiddellB sister Miss Shelby of Lexington visited Irvine from David Bergman returned Satur IMrs a few days visit to Lexington she visited her daughter Mrs Harry Milward Mr Davison who has lately bought the McAfee property is Improving it greatly DrAining pipes are being placed in his yard the wood house enlarged and the dwelling recovered Mrs Oliver Bollz returned to her husband in Sandusky Ohio this week She had been detained in Irvine quite awhile looking after her proplJrtyand- the welfare of her brothers and sisters Wednesday afternoon Misses B and Annette Riddell entertained sieI honor of Miss Louise Vaughn oclock chocolate was served then a literary contest began which was great ly enjoyed by all Miss Vaughn was tho fortunate one in winning thebeau tiful pincushion At 4 oclock de lightful refreshments were served Later a number of young ladies were seen descending lIt Airy with beam inn countenance expressing emphatic ally that the afternoon was profitably and enjoyably spent The Rough Rider played by the College Hill dramatic club was present ed at the court house Saturday for the benefit of the college at College Hill Miss Gertrude Throopo daughter of Prof T P Throope formerly of thIs place represented a Cuban girl She lid her part nicely as all who new her were sure she would do Mr G rider spleadidinappreciated by the Irvine people They netted abouttwentyoud dollars Quite a number of young people from College Hill and Waco came on a pleasure trip with the troop and all returned to their respective homes Saturday even jug except Miss Gertrude Throope who remained here with friends until Monday noon THE MOUNTAINEER There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until time last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pro nounced it a local disease anti pro scribed local remedies and by constant ly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced incurable Science has proven catarrh to bo a constitutional requlresconslitutional manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Is the only constitutiOnal cure on the market It is taken Intern ally in doses from 10 drops to a tea spoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address- F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75 cents Halls Family Pills are the best 1m DO YOUR Shirt Woreo Out IF SO MR FRAN K GQFTON the celt ebrated Cincinnati Manufacturer will be at our store tomorrow and Fri day February 10 and we cordially invite every gentleman in the city and county to call and inspect his agreeableleave They are the talk of the town j tJi1it WJnID IDIfl10 TAXESThis for 1898 taxes All taxes due from real estate will be ad vertised and sold on March 6th County Court day all tax due on personalty will be levied on at any time and all poll tax not paid at once will be garnisheed wherever it will be possible to do so You elected me to collect your tax and that I am sure to do Bespt HHCOLYER febl4w Sheriff Drugswe do not handle because we know nothing adout the drug business but PaintsWe make selLaaS apply After more tkan S3 year actual practical cxfericncelB themekiap idling asd tmttlneoa feet ecrne whrt JulllUICd in calmlD that we know IIOmta thing more about the ba taas than those who have for a short tbae u clerks and dealers been selling over the coaster palate canned sad keged of whtck they were unacquainted with toginties better PIAWIa will produce better resuits for lew BMHMJ than say coacera this aid ofthelargircitU Nowmaaallet ofpiui4waatwJIromWkitgLwilcn get Jlgvres frxa all then get Oft ar and if we are JI9t lower 1Iac itiv bMer gonda thea saT ona else buyReseaberoov Li WILLaIlD1 at f liis mar U1I= w pfjoes aiinijt ih 3owest Paint For 0 l Salej We have an un cI limited quantity of black paint w suitablefor 1 barns Iron t FencesGuttesc lVillseliin any quantity at a very low price For particulars call on or address 1111tDr Mi Co Jan253m CTIVB SOLICITORS WANTED EVERY Philippinesbyernment u Official Historian to the Department The book war written in army camps at San Francisco on the Pacific with General Jlerritt in the hospitals at Honolulu In Hong Kong in the American trenches at Manila in the insurgent camps with Agul laid on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey and in the roar of battle at the fall f Manila Bonanza for agents Brimful of ori anal pictures taken by eoverment piiotognbhers on the spot Large book Low prices I profits Freight raid Credit given Drop traahy books Outfit t Address F T Barber Secy Star InturznceSIdRs Chlcag octk4m Notice to Creditors All parties holding claims against the estate of Jesse Newby deceased will present same properly verified on or before March 28 1899 or same will be barred B B MILLION Janl4w Special Comr Creditors Notice I- AH persons knowing tbemselres indebted to the estate of J M Foster will come forward nt once and settle or else accounts wUl be sued on J O CHENAtTL- TJsnlStf Atty for Mrs J M Foster =9jT wT Mf = Are you marriedI++ ++++ ++++ + H u+ I mean to any particular house if so get a divorce and m buy where you can get the BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY Come to my store sind convince j yourself of the wonderful reduction in Wraps Dress Goods Underwear Wool Hosiery Blankets Comforts and Notions of all kinds 1 DONT FORGETc That our line of Mens Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best 7Ft in the city I also carry a good line of Gldthinff and Qveralls My stock of goods is to numerous too mention so will qugte o a prices F that are now making them go 7 K l my I save Ky I 7 S 500 Suits i off now 37 700 Suits i off now 525 750 Suits i off now at 800 Suits 1 off now coo 1000 Suits 1 off now 70- ia 1200 Suits i off now 940 Suits i off at 1015 off nowuL3 600 1 off now 450 750 i off now 565 1000 i off now 750 1200 r off now 900 1500 i off now 1125 1800 i off 13 50 r on out i 350 Shoes 1 off now 265 500 Emerson i off now 375 95 now now f3Q 14 now now now 50 14 now iV 38 14 y 75 95 14 now 14 ZfiLadiesVests 15c up Allwool Hose 19c Ic and tJ 100Yard 5c 12 Lace 5c Ic and 7fPerfume 5c yardClothing M up watch for can money I OOWEN McKEE Main and 1st Sts Richmond 7IF 7I 7I1 7UM 1STRENGS0 Great Semiannual CLEARING SALE is now going on and great induce offered We want to close out everything that pertains to winter weal This is our inducement II Jq4 OFF FROM REGULAR PRICE IMens and Young Mens Suits 5654 1350 now 1500 Suitsk 1l25E Mens afii tag Me Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats now Onefourth Off all CELEBRATED EMERSON SHOES Emerson Shoes Overcoats Always ments iSuits i now 190 Suits iSuits i off now 500 Suits i now 600 Suits i off now Suits i Ten Cents for Button TS One Dollar fora RIp The Celebrated Dutchess Onefourth off on these justly celebrated Pants i offnow150250 i off now 190 300 1 off now 225 125 ioff now 95 CorduroyPants 150 i off now 300 450 f now 500 1 now nefDurth fillUU Ott trMaKes OF SHOES k 125 Shoes 14 oft now v S 150 14 off 9 175 Shoes 14 off 200 off i 170 250 14 off l3fOO Shoes 14 off v u TJ3STZDEK E3 AS Underwear off 7 S 100 Underwear off noiv 125 Underwear 14 off now v 150 Underwear off to 115 200 Underwear 14 off nV 250 Underwear oft SoNy 19ft 300 Underwear 14 off now 2251 y Ladies and Ladies Spool Cotton up Spool Yards jHandkerchiefs up Soap a box and up 250 and 3 advertisement you 51tD s j a Suits offnow1mOoff I off now off off now PAT = = a Pants pants Pants Pants Pants 400 Pants Pants off Pants off Shoes 115 Shoes Shoes A Jo Dk- Siaks 5s A tCor Knee Pant Suits 200 250 300 225 400 300 450 150 565 200 340 375 190 225 150 Silk 375 200 HATS HATS 100 Hats 14 off now 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 logO 300 Hats 14 off now 225 COLORED SHIRTS S 50 Colored Shirts 14 off now 38 1 00 Colored Shirts 14 oHVnow 75 I1CO Colored Shirts 11 off now 117 F GLOVESt S 50 Gloves 14 off now 38 t 100 Gloves 14 off now 75 150 Gloves 14 off now 115 + 250 Perrin Gloves 14 off now 190 I TRUNKS 00 200 Trunks 14 offnQw150 170t 350 Trunks 14 off now d 265 t 400 Trunks 14 off now 300 + 500 Trunks 14 off now c 375 + 600 Trunks 14 off now v r n 450 750 Trunks 14 off now 565 800 Trunks 14 off now 4 600 This great sale wilL not last long as tile prices we make will soon anyI onefourth ofihale 1tHJ STRENG I The Cfcthier TIle Sliotr The Furlfker The f tIXlI inr TJK ifer ifj TJpt nNE ++ E i iI LIi If l1 Jih1 1 You tell yoJ folks that when in need of Hardware Tixicvart tj Stove 4+4+ line ot to until they getto the Old ReiabIeuI1oie ln B S11ACKEiLFOLtI t CO r + J T 07JMYJ tiyingfpr y S I jl + Andreceiving the Most Contpletetock for t aprII itjtevero4t RIahimnd 5 + peopleswants IEtie anywhere oten are Jiotj in with S CQjut keep your band on your rabbitjogifijMid your ye peeled o F7DllE SHAPKEIFORD Co ++4+ f +ifiiyu + f l +S++++i ++ + + iI ij J 1 i IIf f iiH FU LIEw r it t t i THE GREAT SWEEP OUT SALE i IS STILL GOING ON I t T Tim people are taking advantage ftle opoprtimitv The opportunity is to allalike You can not afford to miss it Everything nthe way of t WINTER GOODS MUST GLO See our prices 6 Mens 500 Stacy Adams Shoes all styles 395 500 Buell Bootees 395 S9 u 400 295 + 400 Heavy Sole Black and Lan all styles and widths 295 kC a 350 Heavy Sole Black and Tan all sr styles and widths 295 265J childrensShoesHATS IN ALL STYLES MD AT YOUR OWN PRICE We want you to call and examine these goods and be con I vinced that these prices never before known in tc Itichmond 1k RICE ARNOLDr + n The Richmond Climax DNKSDAYFEK 8 SlY Dr Hobson Dentist Corn is bting delivered at Taint lick at f 25 per barrel The colored oily school is finished aul ready for orcupaiiity Butchers and meat peddlers must fork up i5 for city license r Capt Thomas Thorpe is we aro glad to state out again after a severe ilhuss J W A A UaHunl sold 80 acres lie land near Mayde lo J J Mooro for 1750 per acre Mrs J W Ballard huts been on the Kick list at her Whites Station home fort lie past week Mr Arthur Terrill son oLN 15 Terill was admitted to the practice of law last Friday 1otts Duereon of Whites Station hoUKht of J W Adams tOO barrels of mm delivered at 136 Wager Cohen bought of Col Jno D Harris 33 head of extra nice 1000lb heifers at 3jc also a load of hoguatjy c A most desirable resilience on Broadway for rent See notice and call on Mrs Thompson Ramsey Mrs Harriet L Campbell has given up housekeeping and taken a room with Mr and Mrs C li Woods The CMMAX did an uuusally good business on Monday We still have by wveral hundreds the largest list of sub crihiersExIostiiiaster Hwtthmnaii of Newby slipped and fell during the heavy sleet last Sunday and broke his leg below the knee Some one telegraphed the Times that Madisons assessment was increased so U0 whon the fact is it is only about Si800- horace Dozier bought if T K Marshall his house and lot known as the Urias Daathorago place at Hed House for 25 The following wills were olTored for prjbateon Monday Jos Heathman Oilumbus Perkins Naunie Todd B S Hunting II S Clark Alva Stevens See the Big steel Range in Douglas Simmons show window Tho great est invention of the age Weighs over- j pounds and at a price which will induce you to buy Expansion wits the subject dis cussed at the meeting of lie 1randen niul Club last Thursday When oat ing time came all were on tho affirmai tix side of the question You should by nil means seo Dug ks bimmous Syracuse plows they Rte guaranteoil to be the best built and ugliest running plow on theiuarket j at a very reasonable price The suit of John U Oilison admin isTator of tho late K II Palmer to recover 5000 on the life of the latter in the New Yoik Mutual was contin ned to the April term of Circuit Court Jude Scot ovei ruled the motion fur a IHW trial in thiS case of Louise Nnvby v City of Kichmond for S500 damages for buniing household effects during the fcinallpox scare here last year Joe Bales of Richmond and win llobb of this county luvo contracted with D K Hampton for 1000 lamb to weigh 05 pounds and upwards in good condition July antI August delivery at 505 per cwt Winchester Demo crat The ground hog failing to observe his shadow because there was no shadow begs to notify the public through the columns of the CUJIAX 5125 per year in advance now is the time to subscribe that winter la over and that spring will begin art hereto fore ou the first day of AprllI Big Tobacco Sale Paint Licks tobacco Mr B N Beaslcy king sold 100 hogsheads of tobac- last week to N KFoster of Win chester Mr While Will Announce Mr Jim F White asks the qilMAX to state that atiho proper time lie will announce lilt candidacy to succeed himself as County Clerk notwithstand ing reports to the contrary Indian Sklolelons Found Win Peal dug into an Indian mound on his farm two miles east of Paint Lick and unearthed JwoIndian skele tons The bones were all Well preserved and HI enow on exhibition at Mr Peals home Cola Bennett II Young please takolnotico Lost Package On last Saturday Jun 28 A package was lost from thp express wagon be tween L N depot and office Pack ago was addressed to G G Corzelius and contained Insurance policy Lib oral reward will be paid Jor tho return to Adams Express Ca ebS2t FOR SALE Nice Cottage on Main street in Irvine with four rooms and hall and all nec ossary outbuildings For sale cheap For Particulars call at this office or write Miss JASE DANIEL Irvine Ky East End Christian Church Entertainment Prof IL C Abams will deliver an in terofiting lecture on Music at the East Knd Christian church on next Friday night A good jnartette will be On hand Post Office at Cruichcr M r F C Shrewsbuiy says a petition ii in circulation fur a post office at Crntchor voting place At present Cal east three miles distant is the nearest office Mt Puce Williams is circulat ing the petition Cant MiSJ It Just look at the sign at the entrance between llice Arnolds and Armer Arl lIe and you will have no trouble in finding Mivs Temple Oldhams millinery store which is up stairs Her stock of millinery is very complete and sho invites an inspection jan25lm Supervisors Complete Their Work Tim Board of Supervisors composed ofX IL Deatherago II C Broaddns Sanford Ohdmm Squire lluguoly Win Benion G W Ballew and T J Curtis completed their work on Mon day There is a decrease in everything except farming land which is in creased 34630 The total assomessed valuation of the county as corrected and reported to tIll court is 8657210 an increase of 5710 over the assessed valuation of 1S93 Good Horses Beginning to Pay Matt S Cohen bought of J T Hugu ley of Danville an extra nice 3year old gelding by Winks 220Mhc by C P Clay let dam by Wiekiiffe by Geo Wilkes 2nd dam by Dictator dam of Mattie 11 2UJt and 3 others in the lizt3rd darn by Edwin Forest Price paid 5300 This fellow is considered by all to be ono of the very highest types of an Eastern horse and judging from his age and price it plainly shows that it pays to raise good horses Mr Schafhausen Died He Was a Highly Respected Citizen The announcement of the death of Gerhard Scliafliauson the welt known tniloron Friday last was received with expi essions of profound regret in many portions of the community His long residence here his honesty industry and courtesy attachod to him many iricnds who mourn his death He was 71 years old was born III Germany and came to America 40 years ago lie leaves a wioand son Mr Joe chaf Imusen the pharmacist at 1J L MMdel tons Wise Words on Work Hcuss beenjheardworkhouse Jor her petty criminals more than she does a public library for the aUto find they are not far wrong at that The average m gro considers a jail sentence as merely an invitation to spend a few months in a winter resort where ho can be fed and housed at the taxpayers expense Tho need of a workhouse for the black and white tiffins young and old who infest Paiis is only too apparent and their labor would bring the city a revenue Paris Kcutuckiaii Court Items Auctioneer Prowitt reports having sold twentyone head of horses and mules ranging in price from 050 to 40 V S Jones sold a bunch of heifers to Matt Gibson at 3 Joe McCVrmick sold 53 head of stnckejs to J B Adams of Lincoln 1750 With a luurinch snow and low ther nibmeter Mondiys court day was fairly well attended 800 cattle In sight at 3 to 5 cents 00 mules on market A car load wont to Carrithera A Beard at to 83 a head Mr Combs Formal Announcement MoncitLEV Kv Feb 6 1890 To the Democrat of Maditun County Ky Having been urged by my matfy friends to announce myself for roelec the next General Assembly of Iliollto I take this opportunity announcing to my friends my Inten tion of again making the race I shall he subject to tho will and action of the Dcmocrntic party I fee that my ex perience in the last Goner Assembly will enable lite to accomplish more good and to be more useful to my peo pIe in the next General Assembly thfen I was in my llrst or present term Democrats of Madison county I ask you to examine my record while acting- as your llepresetitativc antI If you find that 1 was honest and ttiio to tile trust rejxwel In nio IlJeltfltt you will again liotior mpas you liave once before doue und I promise you thai T will exert my every energy for thin gOd of my constituents and the welfare of my country Thanking you for wliat you have doYle for me iii the past tind earnestlyiSoHcUing your votes opqe atdntaitn resrtfuht olfts yt w C xt Mens 300 Box Calf Enamel Yieiull styles gnf Shoes all styles 200 Shoes all styles H 150 Shoes all styles 12i The are Proctor Knott Cigar Time Daughters of the Confederacy will meet with Mrs J M Poynlz Friday morning at 10 oclcck Shol Through the Leg Wm Smith of Whites Stntion while sitting in the waiting room of the L N depot at that place last Wednesday accideutly discharged a SS revolver the ball passing through the calf of his leg and lodgitig in the floor Tin wound was dressed by Dr Wm Martin of Kingston and he is now recov ering rapidly Says it Works Like a Charm t The pations of E Dcatherage Co agree that their cash system is bent ficial to all parties Cash gets a much larger quantilY of groceries now and and that renders the ciiango instantly satisfactory In the course a month many dollars are saved in the course of a year perhaps one whole months 1 expenses have been saved tf Let Daniel Rest TIm Register calls the attention of the local D A R to the proprelty of entering the contest with Missouri overthe hones of Daniel l oone whose tombstone at Frankfurt is fast crumbling away To bury the dust of the great pioneer at Boonesboro this cecil ty while sufficiently sentimental would bo truly to bury them for the site of the old fort is twelve miles from a railroadon the river bank and is in undated in times of high wnrer Let Booties remains rest where they are whero thousands can view them in the capital city of our State overlook lug the river on whose batiks in this county be made the first settlement in Kentucky Everyone Present Favored Expansion Re markable Change ol Sentiment Prof Clark Responsible Despite the fact that several warm speeches were made against the colo quesIwas the Prandennial Club at its last meet ing with Prof Clark when the time came to sit down for supper everybody took the ailirmaiive side and such ex pansion has not been witnessed here since the last picnic One member expanded until the responsibility was too great for his vest buttons and they gave way to the universal sentiment in favor of sudden and abnormal growth Hereafter the sulject ffill be debated with stiict regard to the acquisition of outlying territory and not the con sumption and assimilation of such deli btlul spreads as Prof Clarks Two Ridiculous Questions Asked at Teach ers Examination aI Our attention luis been called by school toucher if this county lo sue ridiculous iroblunm in arithmetic which were recently Mibmitted lo the county teachers and if the Suite Su perintendent is guilty of propounding and the State Board of Elucatiou is guilty of approving them then the woodcocks remarks are in order Here ali two of the silly questions Bou ht275barr lsof sugar for 535 and soul hat 362 a barrel j what did it briuga barrel A farm liadtwOof its four sides parallel and two not parallel i distance between parallel sides 75 rods length of nonparallel sides SO rods and 110 rolls respectively find area in acres41 This last oxajnple was submitted to the furemobt mathematician In Ken tucky and he and others pronounces it incapable of solution The first ex ample answers Its own question 3G2 ti barrel although the purchaser was a fool tor selling sugar so cheap But the examination paper lies be foro us Approved by the State Board of Education who are guilty of bay ins supplied more such silly questions that have been appioved and used at our teachersexaminations A Blue Grass Farm For A Present About eight years ago Mr Thomas A Rice a native of mis place and Miss Shanks a popular andattractive young lady daughter of Mr S H Shanks of Stanford wero married and the unanimous opinion of friends of the groom was as complimentary to him if possible as was that of the brides host of friends concerning her Wo were of those who had known Mr Rice lor many years and who hind found him to be u gentleman of spot less honor and beloved and respected everywhere he was known So that his marriage to a most worthy and ex cellentyoung lady aroused our deep est concern and foudest hopes for their happiness through life Mr Iticere tnaiiicd steadily at his desk as operator agent and finally train dispatcher for the L N R 11 the inost responsi be position in time telegraph depart inent He made and retained friends among the highest officials as well as amOmig the plratlves Citizens too nt every station where he labored hotH ored nnd rtspocted Tom Rico as a true man and friend Il is no wonder there fore that his fatherinlaw one of the leading citizens of the county of Lin cola hs6 joiued m the universal opinion otMfRfcoH dglYe3 expression thereto bt sot in law a- sQm JI3d I imlMNririu estimated t iVI Q ri =c ct Successors to Wallace Rice IIG world give any our at and have the set and SUITS 800 the care as the and is is no as can at so 215 worth 10000 This is a graceful net but with memories of other days when onr friend was foremost in esteem who knew him we can not repress the thought that there is nothing too good for Thomas A Rice The Bullgine Busted And The Hoss Ran Away Time editor been confined to his several days with nsevere attack of grip which accounts for the thinness of our news columns this week Time above innocent in last issue ol our steemed neighbor the Register and we beg thus to extend our heartfelt Being aware of Davis trials and tribulations of the recent past we are in a slate of wonder how he succeeds in issuing a paper at all ills office was lately moved from the commodious quarters in the Moberley building to the tobacco barn in the rear of Schlc gels art gallery and as fast as one blunder another lioVe in sight The big press slipped an ec centric In right hand sand box then the low ceiling prevented feeder from opening his mouth without crushing his skull and then the editorial room had to be expanded which kept Davis on street for a weejj in the cold Lastly engine froze up and busted and Mr Pickela said 0 thunder The is that lie and the rest did not like the engine up too lImit you cant keep Davis down Come fellows and get warm When spring arrives you can return to your birdcage Did any ol These Bills Strike Billy Pallerson Lick is a little village 12 miles directly on the Madison and Garrard line with population so small that it is hardly noticed on map yet to say that there is about forty peo vie inits limits by the name of Bill would cause one unai uainted with the place to think that the inhabitants went into thousands Bills can be there at alt times by twos fours half ozens and scores in any direction you may look They are of all ages sizes sorts conditions and genders trout time literati to this Ig norauli time wenlthl to time eri0n one not at a Paint Lick timers was oue pow in time house filled with Bills A largo crowd was standing outside in trout of tho door just before preaching began anti one boy mthe house turned to his chum antI said coiiie on Hill when every Bill pres cut thought the call personal and fol lowed Funny to say they all took seats together and there sixteen Bills on ono bench To for Bill1 iu Paint Lick a dozen voices can be heard answering at once to get time Bill desired it always neceissajy to call his name in lull theu oftentimes you name When a Paint Lick Democrat gets in pollute the first effort he makes is to get this support of all the Bills and if he succeeds in doing thl ho iamore than likely to pull througl for out of the whole number strange to fay not more than n hclftlozen are Republ cans x F A law day sInce n CMUAJC m s i clerk Bill Galloway over t6Ueutiiniw store to get dollar llfMr Jennings told liim that timers twertf seven Hills present but sorry to ey of time dollar bills wewS intowi tIt- k a fj et tUat then oi1 Mm n u A dandidate Gov Bob Taylor who has been ono times out of number and ought to know thus def crihca a candidate Every honest wfio thus for olBcn is a candidate for trouble for the fruits of political victory turn to ashes on the lips To me there is nothing nthR so pathetic as a candidate He In like a mariner without a compass drifting on tempesttossed waves of between the smiling cliffs of hope and the frowning crags of fear He is a walking petition anti a living prayer he is the pack horse of public is the dromedary of poll tics And if he reaches the goal of his ambition he will soon feel the beak of the vulture in his heart and the fangof the serpent in his soul For A onefourth onethird or onehalf interest in the best paying Daily and Weekly newspaper and Job office in the Sonth and Weft TIme plant is a firstclass oneconPistlng of fast Cot- trell press four jobbery paper cutter gas engine 1500 pounds new body type an abundance ono job and display type anti everything necessary or desirable for a firstclass office and what is better than all it is waking good money and will pay 40 per cent annually on the investment To the right man I will a good thing but he must be able to do his part either in an editorial business or capacity It is not for lease but for sale to this right party ami the right man can get a bargain and on good terms Address JNO B GAINES cigar The best smoker time Proctor Knott To have our Clothing the best thatcan be made That is why you get here more lor your money than elsewhere I Our Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats are Wear Take of SUIT8and OVEKGOATS 1250 thy style of Merchant Tailors work Our Hud OVERCOATS received same and thought in tailoring higher grades Every thread of warp woof of pure wool There other stand that can clothes you as stylishly andas serviceably we and little price Same old stand but much larger Covington Mitchell WHITE FRONT the everybody has bed explanationjip peareil the commiseration disappeared tire the the the wonder freeze over IPaint tbo seen puu occasion lomigango church exclusively starting wore call and juniorlror Pish4thag were man time uncertainty sentimenthe even Sale mechanical Kyfebl2w WE AIM value Ready to persons in the store and every one of them was named Bill We asked why it was that they did not call tome of them William or Will so they could be more easily distinguished and besides said he William is morn pro perHardly in nil cases answered Bill Howe forI would think1 he continued a duck would make rather a poor out shoveling up dough with a William Full Particulars of Rev Hornsbys Esca pade The CLIMAX is indebted to tIme editors of the Winchester Sun for this full ac- coUnt of the recent sensation created by the elopement of Rev rues Horns by time wtll known Baptist Cow Boy Evangelist and Miss Annie Todd daughter of I D Todd this county On her proposed visit to Clark county Miss Todd was accompnnle by a friend Miss Power At Winchester Miss Todd informed her companion ntItendmuch surprised and tried to dissuado Miss Todd from her purpose but with out avail Being questioned as to whom she knew in Paris Miss Todd would only say that Brother llornsby was there and that they were expects to be present at the wedding She continued on her journey leaving her friend behind Next day Miss Todd wrotefroui Cincinnati to her mother informing her that she was timers with a wedding party that they were going to Mt Sterling and that she would re turn home in a few days Two or three days later another let ter came to Mrs Todd It was post marked on a Cincinnati and Chatta nooga railway mail ear and was from tier daughter The absence of any at dress oh the inside showed that the erring girl was anxious to conceal her whereabouts Sims wrote in substance that she was with Brother Hornsby j that they loved each other that th Lord was their shepherd j that it was better for them to be together nod happy than to be separated end heart broken j that they had been to Canada and were going west She quoted co piously from the Bible to justify their action and seemed to think they had done nothing wrong About this time brushy lobe graphed from Atlanta Ua to a gentleman in this city who had befriended him that his wife was improving and 1Imo natnral inference In that both llornsby and Miss Todd mire there time latter without the knowledge of Horns byswifeVA day or two before time scandal was uufdo public an appeal from Hornsby who was then at Atlanta os tensibly in distress on account of the hInds of his wife was answered with a liberal remittance by a prominent citizen of Winchester Itis also stated iu time dispatches that llorusby obtained money from parties at Shelbyvifle in the same manner Miss Todd Is a splendid organist aud hind frequently assisted lioftisby on his evangelizing tours by conducting the musical exercises Horueby has held meetings In AVmchetiter unit HI various parts thrunuhoja county and was held in high esteoiiby those who met him atidjieard his powerful sermonsVII Todd father of the girit lievea thin couple wenj iiianieJ at Cin cinnati MIll has Bwora out a wifrralil for Uornsbytt arrest cbamiim finn with ilfifny TM Chfeftrf ioHtf wt At U tbM him HtXifiad IH Pfl iiouX cj4 I 0 t Y 1899The Busy Bee Cash Store 2 + TZF 2F Sends Greetings to their many Friends and Patrons wishing them a happy and prosperous Now Year for 18S9 The great Mercantile Corporation THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CO have made special arrangements with the manufacturers with whom they do business to make special prices for them during the year 1899 and they can promise their customers many rare bargains in all lines carried by them during the year ia UR Ia1Q I I UHDEEBUY UimSESELL5CASH 444444Look out for our announcements in the local papers and circulars They will always contain something to interest you and our LOW CASH PRICES will save you money Our first offerings for time New Year will be nice yard wide bleached Cotton no dressing 4c yard Hope Jlleached Cotton Londsdale finish 6c yard Green Ticket Iondsdnla Bleached Cotton 6u yard fruit of the loom Bleached Cotton Cc yard Maeonville Bleached Cotton Gc yard best 104 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting 15c yard j good 104 Unbleached Sheeting 12c yard good yardwide Brown Cotton 31c yard nice Sea Island yardwido Brown Cotton 4c yard i AAA Trion Mills Brown Cotton r4Jc yard 4 We are Showing Some Beautiful Percalles at 5 Cents We have just placed onslle the largest lino of 2Iamburg Laces and Embroidery ever showr in the city This linn contains all time new timings in Kansook Embroideries Jaconet Embroideries Swiss Embroideries match sets of all kinds hand and machine made Laces of all kinds Our buyers have made a specialty of this line and nothiucr has been left undone to make this depart meet one of the most important factors in our immense business 4 We wish to call your attention to tie fact that all prices named on Bleached Cottons and mill domestic are 4 subject to change without notice to take advantage of this opportunity Buy your spring cottons while you can get extremely Idw prices on them 4 We are showing some special good things in Table LineiM mid quoting special prices on them for a short time interested ask to see this line whenyoa come in fs m Agents tie Topsf Irani ol Eosieij Ask see them when you is winter goods have felt the keen edge of our cold steel and prices been Boots and Shoes Overcoats and Clothing Blankets Comforts Flan W 1it Wnthth Q The latest Wash Goods of all kinds will be shown us in season You dont have go the to buy you want will show during the year 1899 a stock surpassed nor equaled in any of the cities Give us a call Satisfy yourselves before going elsewhere And again wishing you a prosperous New Year and thanking past patronage are respectfully D RICHMOND MT STERLING AND the gay preacher will soon be appre hended Rumors are current that this Is not the HeL Hornsbys first escapade It is said that in 1S92 he was driven from Iowa Park Texas at the point oU pis toiu time hands of an irate husband whose domestic relations he had inter fered with also that he created a scan dal while in charge of a church In Rowan county this State some years ago and received peremptory notice from his congregation to leave The Irvine Sewing Society meets every Tuesday Time ladies are trying lo make money to add books to the Sunday school librar- yVALLEY VIEW W P Sowers of Baldwin Was in rio cinnati last week with tobacco Tibia Million an need step mother of George Million died near Million last Sunday nightT- Ime young people of this place en jOyetl themselves hugely at a Tie party at tho of Mr H C Ethottltst Saturday night The Parker Cedar Co is receiving more logs on time rise in tho river this time than they received before Time river is on a atandstilk Time Southern Lumber Co received a great many lora on time present rise The niarigraph shows forty feet anti the people in the lowlands hope it will not register any higher A Hayseed from the country walked into the CLMAX office a few days ago and f nind tie Reid slinking the Hart- panling amid the Miller vllll na nit mug turn all ready to bounce 011 thiS HajfrPd whose whiskers the winter winds hall blown through for lo these many years WliAi to and behold the Gentry of the told the Hayseed that the commotion in the tjlllcelorce was the result of the aforesaid Hay seeds forgetfulness in not mentioning that well they proceeded to lfull the I l yseed over time tin ill U mien stepped in and theft the Hid blushed the Hart ceased its pantinir and tho Miller done his tUrn as tho Gentry brushed his glossy ockp and told them In trying todo nil a Hay seed they had somewhere trade a dry Hall of time whole business i JAviKu iLia For ftenti On corner of Broadway arid IJMreel commodious two story Iran m dwelling house of seytm rooms with vjeianda and bay window on front Jialla above and below running Ihroujh ihocentyv in iimttt below a place for stove which can be used for heating lhowloleh- ouse besides nice grates 1I0tmanttes in each room double wardrobes china closet pantrj and cellai under kitchen also buick pdjreh House newly papeud and will be rjpwlv palnN ed naBixni iiihe weatlier permit Good bile Ito it and back yjliril several fruit rutS gcapu vines nQcistefll and flower pits rfefr Vnfalou well fentud1mzt OR Iromt udlltlfe or1 lot StU4ied OrtX Sa JBtJli dIralhi mmelImbonImooi 1eoiivcmiemmt- tomimu city schio Fti 1apply to Mrs Themmmroti sai at ti1ac tebsst I jlrL o Z eX a- Oass icx QYC n Q k mI larger not we W GEORGETOWN For Sale I will sell my lesideuco on fie Summit at a bargainifI can sell time month of February Will rent house from purchaser feMlw JD CLAnK NoticeVTime Studio over National Bank will discontinue busi ness after Feb 19 Parties desiring photographs from this firm should se cure sittings at once Prices will re insin low and work firstclass No such work will ho turned out at my prices after I my business j nll4w J1I KISQ Rudynrd Kipling arrived In New York from Liverpool 1CUEJArI cures r Toothache in live mlnuln Ponr Stomach cod Summer Complaliits mice 25 Cents Sold by Pert a Thomas Successors to W Q White The Tin Plato Trust is said to control of the tin bar mills nre times for the health Croup etude and throat trou lead rapidly to Consumption A bottle of Ono tinnte Cough Cure used at time right time will preserve life health a n large amount of money to take children like it Douglas Wbl A suow slide caused a railroad wreck in Colorado The Mortem Way Commends itself to time well informed to do pleasantly And effectually what was done in tho crudest manner and disagreeably as well To cleanse the Bystem and break up headaches and fevers without un pleasant after effects use the delightful liquid laxative remedy Syrup of Figs Mado by California FIgSyrup Co The Russian Ambassador at Berlin was stricken by parMysis and is in a critical condition Most All Druggists sell you what you ask for Some few win agkynu thing which they rlaim is just as good A littlo more profit induces Ihoni to do this Dr Hells IjneTaibpney is time best cough cold anti grip cure After you try it once you ttihlhikeit too well to accept any substitute It Tho Cruiser Buffalo reached Manilla arwjprdbreaking from New York La ib epidemic Every- precautiunalmottid betaken to avoid It- Ltsapeclfin cure is One Minute Cough Cure jJ Shepenl publisher Ajiri culturalJournal anSI AxlvertlwrEldeu LItys No one will be disappolnt eil iii iisingjOno Minnie Cougii Cure for- La tiript e Ploiisant lo make quiet to apt DqUglasAVellrf appearmcftIn An Ifiiportaal Ad4iteh if tIme worlds jnbRt valuable totheliitj Dr Brlls Pine TflrHoiiee i its nature Jet almost in JH action it tin4imlHf IIf the n0wt tfficniiniw anus kwiwu 16 eutimm unighms col4tm droLdimmealies sddtTrNij II4iItM- mIz1pftra1te ri o t ltU iIh U f Customers arc not limited as to the purchase We have our ware rooms quantitlof kinds of domestic goods and as long as these special pri 1 tes are named on them customers can buy what they want indigobluecan shirtinsrp new styles 3c Simpsons black and I mourning prints 4c Ladien Our line of Embroideries will certainly en S terrain you for an hour or two Call mind see them o Our great line of Carpets Mattings Linoleums Oilcloths Rugs Lace Curtrins and Oil Shades was nevermore J complete We have no carried over goods in these lines They are all fresh and new new styles new pat terns new prices We are naming prices on these lines J that is a death blow to nil competition Call and inspect o this line before you purchase LadySble fitting corsets shown to the trade Try one We have some special good things In Ladies Jack eta and Capes left that we are closing outat justone half the original price If interested call and see them for lo com All have made on winter winter and goodsbeforeSoa8b1as1 things iu by to cities what We larger you very OLDIIAM COMPANY now lady home occasion thofait coals lingo liWl oct diring Eclipse Madison close rELIEF have acquired These dangerous tiles Pleasant colds after their for Paul Perry of Columbus Ga suf fered agony for thirty years and then cured his Piles by using De Wilts Witch Hazel Salve It heals injuries lJonglasThe steamer Rhynland is still aground Frank Sherwood was down town to day the first time since he had his tus ale with cholora morbus lIe says he drove thirty miles after he was taken and never came so near dying in his life After this when he goes out in the country he will take a bottle of Chamberlains ohio Cholera ami Diar rhoea Remedy with him Missouri byPerryCompanyhasTo insure a happy new year keep the liver clear and the body vicorous by using De Witts Little Early Risers the fa nous little pills for conciliation and liver troubles Douglas Wells William Miller colored was hungnt Lagrange Friday morning for crimI- nally assaulting Mrs feet One Good Dose of Dr Bells PineTarHoney on retir ing stops a coughs relieves croup or cures a coM end insures quiet rest and refreshing sleep It is harmless Babies love it All mothers who have used it recommend it Try a 25c bottle from your druggist It Quay is dictating special legislate n in Pennsylvania CUBAN OIL cures Plant rs Cut Dom Bnriftrs Rhea matism antI Sores Price 25 cents Sold br Perry I Thomas mccessors to W Q White The Danville Court house is to be n paired and some badly neeled improve meats made it the temple of justice bnpibrrlainH Ceutt Hrmnly Always rruTm KBrelaal There are no better medicines on the market than Chamberlains Vo have ulId tIme Cough Remedy when all others tolled anti in every instance it proved effectual Almost dally we hear the Virtues of Chamberlains remedies ex tolled by those who Jiave used them This Is not an empty puff paid for at 50 much a line but in voluntarily given in good faith in the hop that stiffening humanity try these remedies and like the writer beneflitti L Frohi the lenvilleWVa Pathfinder For sale by Perry Thomas fobllm The new Methpdist parsonage at Flit ton hiasbees completed and is a very handsome abode Tetter SaKJMtewm and Kcaeraa The Intense Itekiag and smrsrtin lent to tmcso diseases is instantly aILmyed Jy applying Chambcrlil1Il Eye fond 5ki Oiutntent Haiiy vciy had imi javs uses permanently cured by it It ia cluaihycftlclcsit fc Itching piles anti- S for tore ipplcs oLappud barak chilblains frdetbjtca aad ckroMe son ejrw 25 cts per box IJr1 Ca rV CanilHiit PnMcru are jitat what a horse asetla wiiBK tat bed- ceudibiom CbiOe imMn tod veniiftu Tbe- 7te 1oMWi iii4 bs bs to pat a o1s fra 0 PrIc C 1I 1 141ITorake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund if it failr to cure 25c Time genuine has L H Q on each tablet nov9tim Silvnr has been found on the farm of Louis Powell neat Harrodsburg It Can Not bs Proven fVthat Dr Bells ineTarHonf Is time best cough and lung remedy on earth unless you will try it If you do this and dont agree with us you jet your 25c back quick right whore you buy it The clipththeria score at Mnreanfleld lis over there being no new cases re ported i Healthy happy children make betVter men anti women of m all A little care and a little planning before birtn aiiythilmigthaters health and strength depend time mile and the future of time children A wink and sickly woman cannot bear strong anti healthy children Most of tin wexk JPropreuro almost any disorder of thn femi nine oruanism Dr Pfercea 1imvtirisVIlefcriptlon has been tested in thirty venreof psactico It is healing Hmh i Ing strengthening It IK natural in its operation anti IIIrlttIIYiits use thousands of wcik Jheengestationmost painless anti insures thp well 0 big of both mother anI child s IV 21 cents in OlH cent stamps to World1 Dispensary Medical Association HuHti l ipngeprofusely illustrated iJ W Walker or MorgaufleM win I JijfIgestion Regula tea the Liver Price 25 cte WGWhlteWQThe ProvMence telephone line now I has connection with Hendreson nbl Morgan field Mr 8 A Fackler Editor ut tho Micanopy Wilt Hustler with his wIle and children suffered terribly frmtv La Grippe One Minute Cough Cure was tho IrellJetly that help them It acted quickly Thousands ofnthr iliii remedy as a specific fr La Grippe Iud its exhausting after elfectt Douglas Wells Ihe tOys won time local option eke tion at Providence Webster county Saturshay III a recent letter from WatliinjUnn D q to Itnlt friend MlljI G A Snider for twenty years United Milled ConMil lit Sinpiiifra fays W hills Ht Ics Sloinwi 1 btcJime ncqnalnt d wrl It Ihiiintnt known as Cbatulf himms Pain JVilin whit 1 founil rscellfjit 4 aealuet rleninntlm s well ilK Wtllld FortinefiB of tIme throat anal ch Ujri fmigaie mnchfHkfer Kic thinp l h I A tfiacli Of pnettHvoala o rly hilt xv tk and tuo ip1ktwi freely hPlhtl im ihrott arf r fd ninuiitHC MMto 1WWDU4ekwhlIf ikrJtn 1M pl art k- VIbiliL llaiJt c 0 01 u II iJI jr JrjF w- TT lliliI JII Jc 4 Jllilllfl1rr r III IIIIP Do0 00 KAI 4 i L HON C T CALDWELL of Parkergburg Ii Ya Jlecom miids9Vrig1ttsCe1ery Capsules PABKERSnUBQ W VAI J fl9F99tTine WEIGHT MED Co Columbus Ohio Genllemen I have been using Wrights since November 1804 anSI find them to be as recommended T first beaaa taking them while at Hot Springs Aik under treat ment for Sciatic Rhenmatum Liver and Stomach trouble Constipation whi hIh- ad been a long sufferer I found the Celery Capsules gave me great relief rom the beginning and have used them ever since With pleasure and unso licited recommend them to any and all suffering with like afflictions oreither of them Very truly yours- CiiAiaBsT CALDWELL Sold by T S Hagan Dnieeist Price GIll ants and 100 per box Cull at drugstore and get free Minnie 6 WHHosnalGo CommissionMerchants ogti3 SkiQ UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O TELEPHONES 7346 OtSTAll information regarding live stock cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to us sept7ly SDR CALDWELLSIii s INDIGESTION Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine G notary Motion and Ball Bearings EW3POK 1MPLEST BEARINGS1 For sale by Dewey Music Co Rich mond Ky ARE YOU A DEMOCEAT An old adage reads There Is a place for ivirythlng and for everything to be in its pUce the LOUISVILLE DISPATCH should find a place In the home of every DEMOCRAT in the SUNNY SOUTH The Di latch is the peoples paper owned by the people and is alwaya ready to fight for ho cause of the people IT STANDS SQtIAHELY ON THE CHICAGO PLAT FORM without the aid or consent of the Gold Dug Monopolies and a fair compar ison of Its news service now being fur nished over learned wire by the New York Sun the Ctlcago Inter Ocean utfd the NVrthfrn Prrw Association with that of any other paper will fully verify Its Mco if you tee it in the Dispatch its and if its it is always in the Dls Iateh The Dispatch alto has a staff of over 300 active correspondents in the South and will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS of any other Louisville paper Get the Dispatch it gives the news and tells the truh about It Daily S pages Sunday 24 pages Week 8 PJB We club with the Weekly Dispatch at the remarkably low price of 125 A YEAR +++ + CALL AT+ + + ltlSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY GRAND FARM OF 160 ACRES tj Within threequarters ofa KyEvery as cream It lies on the best pike in the county the land is rolling to level 90 acres are in grass excellent water spriugBuildings and a half story new brick of 10 rooms the finest farm res idence in the county immense birrfs 3 tenement houses one of which is a good frame of 5 rooms and complete set of buildings which really wilkes it a separate farm We will sell this place at an un usually low figure 14000 Terms onehalf cash balance in one twu three four and five years Send for our list of furnisfor sale WILLIAMS LITTLE ang2l ra 2IOJ 3d st Ovreniboro Ky octitk1aneutour Ide th y way bring oa wnlttu lent4uor1IeWb8Irtdn1IoCtwe IoMtIrM wsg SRYPOFfI 4 c Naftk MITiiYTi THE HCEIENCE OF SYRUP OF FlfiS is due not only to tho originality and simplicity of tho combination but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the CALIFORNIA Fio SVBUP uponalltrue and original remedy As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Co only a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless patticsFORIA FIG Sriicr 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 ipg them and it docs not gripe nor nauseate In order toget its beneficial effects please remember the name of the CompanytCALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FJCAKCISCO CL LOUISVILLE KT NEW YOKKHT JanSly L35E- COJ1OMIST RANGES P f CQItQ r tItI Ct Roofing Guttering and GeneralJob Work LAUE MZTH1 sDR CALDWELLSN ++4 SoI F Rock I 4 + + + + + HffMfM + Mf tFOR+ OTtlQt it tt et t5 + +++ iV Six of the best Fire Insurance Com f+ panles in the United States Losses paid 4+ promptly + t + 4best+ 4Insurance+ will not transact business with 4 sible t 4 t companiesi REGENERO COMPLETE BLISS f The Grsat Restarts Lost f VhtSty Makes Jf the Wca SINe FRENcn RE DYnow lIhIflCOV TCI or every mlrlon curehequietlytrthtivnf tt2SKlO Youn rice will re recoveritetlIl1r1 all wtfcrcra from Seuiloal Weak Spcrmattorhcaiilitly DesponlimyIii rr wsiint e ctM rnJ ludl icrrllon which neSts lor lxi 4ncwt eludyur nurrlny Hn INI ItO whtteurrSthat wh It elves Vfmrainl setlon and restores 10 lrr of Vonti It li a marvclocs lllooil lurlrlhiittowliy lo tri Cow comes heck ton ilocheets Insist oponhrvnsltECEXIJItO an bccnrrinl vS txxikrt Uf mall glOO per n i u f r MOO te clircrfully rrfund euroUxnirOI rlIlPRI Zi2SCctumbus h t4o t li fiEWYOPX ThomasDruggistsseptUly The World e Almanac and- Encyclopediaof d for 1899 AND Illustrated History of the Spanish American War 0 1 tfREADY FOR SALE- EVERYWHERE iI JANUARY Jst J899 J Together with The Battle Calendar of the Republic Compiled by EDGAR STANTON MACLAY HtothiiofthcUSNavyTHE AMERICAN ANNUAL JA HUGE 25 CENTS qe ioiaY Tlffi 1TORLD Pbttsxclilli NYTO DJ1 t un Heres Ttnr Ckuce LSonic Exiraonftnary Offers by The Climax The CLIMAX wants five hunred new subscribers by the first of thenow year In prder to reach this ond some ex traordinary inducements will be made Until further notice the following will be offered to subscribers The CrJi1IAX and The Weekly Louisville Dispatch 125 The CLIMAX and the Home and Farm 130 The CLIMAX and either the Cosmopolitan Mimseys or McClures Magazine 200 The CLIMAX and the Louisville daily evening post 3The Richmond CLIMAX and Twiceaweek CourierJour nal both for one year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 150 The CLIMAX and Ohio Farm 190 The CLIMAX can also fur nish any paper published in the UnitedStates or Europe at reduced rates AN EXPERT TURNED DOWN BY NEW YORK LAD- Yrflarrodsbnrg DemocratJ Mat S Cohen is a small restless blackeyed handler and dealer in busi ness horses at Kicbmoud He has the reputation of being a keen buyer and a good judge of a horse I asked him the other day why he bandIed so mnny walktrot horses and so fow gaited saddlers It should be explained to the unitiated that a walktrot horse isa saddler for the Eastern market that can only walk trot and lope while the gaited horse or Kentucky saddler also goes the rack or single foot and a good comfortable slow gait Mr Cohen replied I like tho walktrot horse because he makes me more money Ian train six walktrot horsEs while I am fitting one gaited horse for the market and when I am done the walktrot horse will bring as much as theotherDo dock many of your horses Mr Cohen Well if liP tail is not perfect I always dock him but I do not follow the practice of docking as soorts dealers do To show how unsafe a practice it is I took a little cobbybuilt black mare to New York last yearwith a nice long tail A lady customer said dhe would buy her if I would cut her tail off So by paying a tuna ton dollars to risk the infringement of the New York law against docking I had her tail cut off and took her roundto the lad 3he bad changed her mindTvas cold as a wedge and I could not persuade her to take her and a dozen people after wards said they would buy ber if she had a nice long tail Coughing injures aud inflames sore lungs One Minute Cough Cure loosens the cold allays couching aud heals quickly The best cure for children Douglas Wel- lsCORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE HILL Prof CF Brock visited his parents SundayTho players of this place went to Irvine Saturday night to play the RouLh Riders Miss Eva Taylor and brother near Providence visited their aunt Mrs Frank Edwards Prof Throopo has quite a large school an1 it continues to increase Ho has organized the literary society and the first meeting will be held on Thursday nightQuarterly meeting was held at the Southern Methodist church Saturday and Sunday which was conducted by Rev F S Pollit the now presiding elder who is an excellent minister The Western Horseman published at Indianapolis Indiana nt2OO a year and issued every Friday stands at the head of Turf and Trotting and handsomelyillustrated and gives all the horse news from CalI- 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 the price of a years subscription It goes free to nIl sub copyIslieiers we are enabled to send the Western Horseman 200 per year and yearbothGive us your order nov23tf FATHER CARROLL WANTS MORE MAR RIAGES New York Sun The Rev Lawrence C M Carroll rector of St Patricks church Jersey City after complimenting the congra gation at tho masses on Sunday for their liberality during the pat year made some remarks about the falling oil In the number of marriages The contributions he said amounted to S2021010 which is considerably In excess of the contributions in any other parish in the diocese The number of The descent is certain from lungslingering coughs throat troubles or bronchialaffections through bleeding lungs to- consumption the firststages arc neg lected Thou sands of peo pIe who are now in their graves would be alive and well todalif they had heeded the first troubles which lead to consumption and death The hacking cough spitting of blood weak lungs and all troubles of the organs of breathing will surely lead to consumption if they are not already the signs of it Then there are the other indications of the of consumption such as nightsweats emaciation or wast whichifNinetyeight per cent of all the cases of weak lungs bleeding lungs lingering and obstinate coughs aj d other bronchial and throat diseaseswhich have been treated with Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery have been cured by it Do not wait until your throat trouble becomes serious All bronchial and throat troubles are seri ous The time to take the Golden Medi cal Discovery is right at the start Even if your throat trouble has been neglected until it has been pronounced pulmonary disease or consumption do not hesitate to use the Discovery for thousands of letters from the sufferers themselves who are bear evidence t4at the 4Golden Medical phyicianshavemouse consumption I had been troubled with bronchitis for rev 114Fergusplace I bad sore throat I doctored with differ eat physicians and tookvartais medicines hut got BO I raised from my throat a sticky substance like the white of an Could not sleet and had trade up mind that I would not live through Jhe winter I took Dr Pietcea Golden Medical iDixorery and FavoritePre dtysbegaatohare at kit cs welt in since usiag thelCl UwLorleMutJfor 1 i1 h 1 ti Your DoctorKnows i yourdoctor knows all about i foods and medicines The next time ou see him just ask him what ho thinks of v SCOIlsEmulslon of CodLiver Oil with Hypo phosphitas Wo aro willing to trust in his answer For twentyfive years doc- tOrs have proscribed bur Emulsion for paleness weak moss nervous exhaustion and nuselossIts creamy color and its j pleasant taste make it es f pecially useful for thin and delicate children No other preparation of cod liver oil is like it Dont loso l byLmindIthathas stood tho test for a quarter of a century druggstsSCOTT York deaths was 250 baptisms 260 and mar ChIlIes only 53 I cnn not account for the small number of marriages saId Fattier Carroll except by the fact that the war took away from us sunny of our young men I am afraid that our young women arc altogether too stylish and expect too much They want a house anti lot and the house furnished before they will consent to marry Their parents did not have all these things I have been told that some of the young men and young women in this parish have been keeping company front six to ton years That is altogether top long I hope the young men will take more courage on this question of marriage and I also hope that j oung people will not try to be too well off before making up their minds td get married KENTUCKY Y M C CONVENTION The Eighteenth Annul State Couven tion of the Young Mens Christian As sociations of Kentucky will be held at Henderson Ky February 1G10 1899 The State Committee has arranged very strong and attractive program Among the speakers are Right Rev T U Dudley i D Bishop of Kentucky Rev Carter Helm Jones D D Mr John L Wheat and Mr W I McNair of Louisville Mr Jas A Curry of Lexington Mr C li Boucher of Owensboro Rev F W Harrop of Maysville Mr E C Brownell of Evansville Ind Mr C K Ober Secre tary International Committee New York Mr E W Peck of State Secretary Indiana Mr John Lake South Carolina and Mr F H Burt State Sec retary Illinois The singing will be led by the Indiana Male Quartette A special rate of one and onethird fare for the round trip has been se cured and the Hendersqn Association will entertain all delegates Large delegations from the thirty Associations of the State aro expected and young men from cities towns colleges and railroad centres of the State having no Associations will be welcomed as honorary delegates if they obtain credentials from the States Secretary Further particulars credentials pro gramsetc may be obtained of any Association Secretary in the State or from Henry E Rosevear Stale Secretary Fourth and Broadway Louisville Ky EXTIlAOnUlXAIlY CASK OF MATERNAL IMPRESSION A Chinese cook trying to catch a barndoor fowl for tho pot pursued her to tho henhouse where having escaped from her pursuer she was prematurely delivered of an egg When the egg was hatched tl e chicken proved to bea Cochin ChinaNoW York Medical Journal Who can think of some simple patentProtectwrite JOHN WEDDERUURN a CO Patent ACtor ntis AJlblngton D cfor their PrIze ODe- rend list of two hundred 1Aentionsirazited The colored city school is finished and ready occupancy TUB ATLANTA mt TITijTmNI Sometliipg About The Greatest WeeklyNewspaper inThe State REDUCED RATE FOR TWO PAPERS Take Your Home Paper And The Constitu Hon And be Happy We call special attention to our club bing arrangements with the Weekly Constitution published at Atlanta Ga The clubbing price of the two papers being only 17per year subscriptions to be sent through tlls office and the tnrms to bo cash It is a fact perhaps not generally known that the Weekly Constitution has the largest circulation ofany news paper on the Vesterh hemisphere Only a few months ago a largo news circulaIproved that it bad more Jhan 100000 The Constitution promptly accepted the offer and submitted its books to the representative of the firm Mr George P Rowell publisher of the newspaper directory acknowledged his error publlcly and paid the forfeit Tho Constitution while being a Democratic newspaper is first and above all things anewspaper It is a twelvepage sevencolumn weekly mak hug eighty four columns each week Its subscription price is a year but if taken under the arrangement with this paper we can give them both nt the price abovenamed J The Constitution tins a special COrr- espondent in every important city in the United States nnd a representative in all of the leading centers of the world During the war with Spain which has just been brought to a close the reports of no newspaper tIt the South could compare with Us newapresentu tion from tIe front Its special staff representative sailed with the army when it first embarked from Tampa and of the 120 correspondents who wont to Cuba he was one ot only seven who remained to seo the flag hoisted over the public buildings in Santiago Its special representative also accompa nied thofleet in the Caribbean sea ind Its Washington special service covered every detail of the Important war re ports orlginntiag at the Capitol Too Weekly Constitution during the lW pUtal Wai5erviI the e1stIlaJt TIj j F the notable events item first to last with the promptness of a daily The victory of Dewoy at Manila the death of Ensign Bagjey tho movements of troops and feels the destruction of Cerveras fleet tho operations fn Porto Rico the treaty and the unfurling of the stars and stripes over MoVro Castle havana were all giyen In the Weekly on Monday on the very Ilay the nows first appeared in the daily The Weekly Constitution makes a special feature of its agricultural page which is presided over by colonel li J Redding director of the Georgia ex pertinent farm andaman who is eec cognized as an expert on all agricult ural topics He gives a full page every week on agricultural matters A page is devoted to the women and a page to the children thse two departments be ing presided over by Mrs William King Among the regular staff members of the Constitution tire Joel Chandler Harris Frank 1 Stanton and others well known throughout the country while among its special contributors are such men as Wallace 1 Reed Bit Arp Sarge Plunketr Betsy Hamilton Dr Talmaje and others of national reputation Tho Constitution has just completed the thirtieth year of its existence Clark Howell being the editor and Colonel W A llemphill its business manager Its name is a household word in everj southern State from Virginia to Texas It has always been in especially close touch with the agricultural musses of the South and jn having reached a circulation which carries if Into 150000 homes it has won a unique distinction which ranks it among tho greatest ol American weekly newspapers The Constitution will send a sample copy of its greatly Weekly free to any one sending his own name and the names of six neighbors on a postal card Every man should take his county newspaper before aiiythina else and next to this ho shoaltTtako a good gen oral newspaper such us the Constitu tion His county paper gives him the local home news which is not supplied by anowepaper furnishing the general news froth all parts of tho country and from all over the world Before a man seeks information from outside he should first feel sure that he is being kept posted on what is going on at home That is why hn should take his county paper first When however tho opportunity is offered to get the best weekly newspaper in this country with your home paper the in ducement is such as to elicit prompt re pone fromour readers We wit be glad to receive clubbing subscriptions with this paper and the Constitution and if there are any who are now subscribers to this paper who wish to take the Constitution also we will be glad to receive subscriptions to the latter and forward them having au thority from that paper to do so The Constitution should bein every southern home County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county first Mon day Lexington Fayette county second Monday Stanford Lincoln county second Mon day Georgetown Scott county third Mon dayDanville Boyle county third Monday Nicholasville Jessamine county third Monday Winchester Clark county fourth MondayVersailles woodford county fourth Monday 8thy Cmmi jmeans pain danger and = O possible death for some wives For others it ranns practically no 1somro atc all There is no reason why child Il birth should be aperiod- ofpainanddread Ser It ia a ctal months before a liniment woman becomes a to bo np mother she should plied ox ternrllytheThere is a pre urn the mu ustion made which is elm and re intended for this lieves the purpose alone iistension The name of gives elastic this wonderful ty to every preparation is organ con em i cernod in andHiUUiOli I II andliijing results follow if tho remedy ia used during the whole period of preg nancy It the only remedy of the W kind in tho world Af that is endorsed by VL I physiciansSiperbottleat all Adrug stores or sent J by mail on receipt 7 of price f FREE BOOKS con I taming invaluable in formation for all women will be sent to ad dress uponnpplicntion to Th Crctfliid Rerulttar Co Atlsnta Ca UEO W RILEY Of Shelbyville Ky Recommends rights telery Capsules ToWrightMedical ofWrightsMjddelton druj1isttand used them for Sour Stowl and Consti pation and wand that they gave me im mediate elief every time 1 think it an excellent remedy Yours very truly 9 Geo W Riley IS 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 Phcetons Qur stock of fine carriages is unsurpassed for beauty style durability and general superiority and we are selling them at prices that will surprise youj quality con sid re L oinf BONELSCJSV ii J tiLrj fi0 ii011 ALL WOMEN Should know that the Oltl Time RemedrI Is the best for me Troal COrrects nfl Irregularities tn Female organs Should betaken rnrChure Life and before ChildBIrth Plaaers OlI Rtmedes have stood the test for twenty years Made otily by New Speneir Sfedlcino Co Chat tuoo iiinessee Perry 8i Thoxnasdruggist ats successors to W G White decSlyr All drugglstsseU Dr Miles Nerve Plasters rIIIaLtiIfIHIAMGBYEARSOLO fura never nacd PlnCafRoneyIn grIpaScellasconisandrnIdL It maitre IetcaloFOOucAh1lJ C 4i un t 1lPPLEASE tIIg CANbY CATHARTO JOe IC Ring out tho old Ring cat tho false Ring in the new w rIRing in the true W ig to you the new and true from the pIney forests of Norway DR BELL- SPneBTarHoney Natures most natural remedy improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Curo for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes arc healed and soothed so that there Is no inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 25c SOc arid 100 Slzei BE SURE YOU GET Bra Halls PinTarHoiijr For sale by Perry iThomas successors to w O White Duthern Mutual Inv stinent Dm ny Of Lexington Kentucky Life Insurance Reversed We Pay While You Live Old Line Companies Pay When You Die Which do You Prefer STATEMENT JAISrUARY 1899 I t LIVING BENEFITS PAID JANUARY 1809 Name Address Cost Paid Walter Tully Burgin Ky 48 50 s 101 ll Joa Kamber Louisville Ky 41 O 97 75 Amelia Borgel Louisville Kr 4250 74 35 KevED Gray Georgetown Ky 38 50 40 72 Dr S II Stevenson Chicago Ill 42 50 100 43 Catherine Lang Louisville Ky 37 50 87 19 Joseph Peters Louisville Ky 41 50 9i 75 Dr I II Welch Harrodsburg Ky r 41 50 07 7i Ella Jones Lexington Ky 40 50 95 OS Eliza Castle Versailles Ky 3850 SO SO Emery Hikes Louisville Ky 40 50 95 OS Geo D Robertson Lexington Ky 37 50 87 lMrs Allie J Taylor Lexington Ky 3050 si ss Geo D RobertsofT Lexington Ky T 3450 79 43 A C Seadler Louisville Ky 4050 9508 Geo D Robertson Lexington Kv 34 50 79 46 L A M Grief Louisville Ky 30 5k 92 It R Arnspiser Lexington Ky iij O 92 41 Capt H A Welsh Nicholaaville Ky T 3u O 82 00 J q Purcell Lexington Ky to V2 H J II linker Lexington 2 50 5G 9i R Arnspiscr Lexingtonj to 89 SO Lou Kanatzor LexmgtQt 3S to 89 SO Dr G W feeler Louisville 88 JO G 45 A W Kratzer Lexington A 3 O 87 39 WT Baker Louisville m 50 78 06 L U Milivard estate Loxiiiulon 37 50 87 lMrs J I Bright Lexington 36 so si ss A C Goode Lexington 36 iO 84 58 Jenny Murphy Lexington r tJ6 O si 5s A E ThylorOakdale Tenu 35 O 5200 Perry Crosthwaite Lexington 3 56 82 00 J B Qnisenberry Danville T 3450 7943 Dr II P Cox HarrodsburgS 34 to 79 43 Ii F Johnson Baltimore Mtt 7 50 61 85 Ross t Harrington Falmouth 33 50 77 06 William Long Lexington 32 O i432 Lillie Gugle Louisville 32 O 74 32 Eli Strider Lexington 30 so 4s so Lou Spalding Louisville 25 50 fiG 97 C A Culver Lexington 28 O 61 32 J W Appleton Lexington 2750 6185 JOB II Power Flominssburg iU 2s O 64 82 J JI John Skain Lexington 26 50 59 41 Ernest Hudson Lexington 28 O M 32 85SMrs Emma Haum Lexington zi so 52 01 Miss Annie B Ford Lexington 1950 4247 W H Ford Lexington Lexington 23 50 52 01 V II Ford Lexington 23 O 52 01 William Holmes Lexington 22 O 49 76 J S ChrismanytDanvillo 22 50 4V 76 Clara B Stanwood San Francisco Cal 22 O 49 76 Margaret G Hutchison Lexington 2150 4738 J D Purcell Lexington 21 50 47 38 Mrs Maggie Burke Junction City J 20 l0 45 62 Kate Strawder N Middletown 1950 4247 Miss Lizzie Keating MaconGa 17 O 8s 3John M Rees Louisville f 18 60 40 34 DrK B Cassady LaGrange 18 O 4034 O S Williams begin V 1750 3503 WJPoteot Harrodsburg 17 50 38 03 Kate S Brown Lexington 17 50 38 C3 Fred Close Jr Cincinnati O 1860 40 H Savage Ilros Black Mountain No r7 1750 3S 13 Harry McCarty Nicholasvillo 1r 16 so 3374 Skookum GullIool Lexington V v h 17 60 38 oa Skookuin Gulch Pool Lexington 17 50 38 01 Skoolcum Gnlch Pool Lexington 17 35 03 Skookum Gulch Pool Lexington t ir so 38 03 Geo W Kuckols IcxinJtonv f jiLi Ii 59 38 Ol Milton Johnson Maysville f J Ir ii 50 3S o3 John R Allen Lexington 4L V r S 1450 3117 J Alex Chilies Lexington i 15 O 3J 45 W W Quinn Nieliolasvillo i i 15il j4 Col RC Morgan Lexington Kj1 1150 31li G W Fitzgerald Georgetown s i 1560 3345 J V Coffey Yoseniite V B5O Si17 J H Baker I xington IIi 50 33 45 Newport News Syndicate owport NewsWHJ C 15 50 am 45 Newport News Syndicate NewportNeW8lya i 5 O 40 Newport Nftws Syndicate KewportNcwsf Va iili 15 O 3345 V L Richmond Lexingtone c j4 50 82 17 r3UiEIDenliiirM E Pfttton Nlcholasville V 14 O 3117 17Alice 23SlIDJ Jt fTotal 216950 438 lrotit Over Cost ji t 2JGtJi c ClassQ I p Ii iIb c 1OR I tmr 1lrorwA1I0ii ADDflLla AsMiTH W1ctMu1c h J Sccr tfrlry ilLf A ft 11111101rI11XJ ly 0 0 ILo I rte 11 il1I2 p 4- L 45k NW 6JfjY ALL I DRUGGISTS 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SSS SSS e 5555 S SSSOSSSSSSSOsiSs r JL ftCS Wgav ftrfL Ga PHti tJ1Ii v F Wlicti DO3 COMEXSTE E PILE lJItgis guaranteed J tottJio you I is thadieccvdryof eminent C1 nn HjjKnifi I 1j jn3rfO5tion CT Ou Iiess V Tho fiTiA IVoatnacn jbringa imieLiaterdicf 7 Ifc has 1 curcrTfiumantl and will euroytrft IJi4nndclutArtvrycir sfjircrin l ONS PILK t J rMBN fjccrmucjdqp Ji rrc Tljense of or6 boxcI tclrtreR lInrent cure 11 rSyW6 B e ths statement hoping It 1v U be f e means ij Clj pnirOndr remedy to fttllIIof others uif j fcrlis J0N L h CHATTAKOQQA TINN t I sicbPyt 0 hI rit