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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rT n r I f T11j3DRICHMOND CLIMAXIfc j t t h H VOLUME 25 r RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 15 1899 Jd GRIGSBY MUNCEY General Agents Eaatern Ii flhl1- cfJEquitable Life iNEW YORK IAGE ttt WANTED IN r TERRITORY OFFICEMain Street Richmond Ky SOLICITOUS WANTED EVERY ACTIVE for The Story or the PhlllppheJ by Murat lIalstead commlsloned by the Oov ernmentas Official Historian to the War Department The book was written in army cauis at San Francisco on the Pacific OencTal Merritt in the hospitals at Honolulu In llonr Kong in the American trenches at Manila in the insurgent camps with Agui jaldo on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey and in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila Bonanza for agents Brimful of original pictures taken by goverment photographers on the spot Large book Low Credit given Drop all trashyFrriphtf31dw books Outfit free Address F T Barber Secy Star Insurance Bldge Chicago oct25lm PROFESSIONAL CARDS ArrORNEYS RW MILLER ATTOKXRYATLIW Ricnuoxn KBSTOCKT Once in the Bnrnara Building next door to armors National hank ieb3Iy SLLrVANJA ATTOENEYA LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Taylors Hardware store opposite Court house on Main Street II B HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW BICIIHOKD KENTUCKY Office No 13 First Stup stairs 3130 J 0 DlI OIIENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on econd street over Chen aults grocery PHYSICIANS DR II K GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe Ctilini building it and ao Sec ond Street over White i old drngttore 27 CHAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Denthtry and Sterility a Specialty ffaOffice up stairs over store recently areu pled by Harness Co East Main St Richmond KyIIpr71y H C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhco Collins IJuildine MainStreet Telephone nt resilience the Carr place on Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY EY ANSI D GW PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND V KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY aaOfflco and residence on Second Street DEN 2UEI- 1r att 1t Voior DENTIST OF LOUISVILLE Ky ezOffice next door to Government Building RlchmSnd Ky Once hours 9 to 121 to 4 novl7ly Four nice rooms for rent Call at Dental Office of Dr HobI son next door to postoffice jyt FRED SMITHS DENTIST oaOfflce over Collins Grocery same office lately occupied by Dr W W Burgln janlZly Dr Louis if iandman No 803 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Zimmer Richmond Ky on Wednesday February 8 1899 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Richmond Ky febl5ly KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY R 115 UVB Pftsidejt ld=Ssa Ij- EEAEY BIBLEMEDICAL AND COM MERCIAL COLLEGES Tuition fur and Bible Course 522 a year More than twenty teachers 10000 gymnasium Thousands of successful alumni Social moral welfare of students receive special attention O n to both sexes For catalogues address tho President Jly27tf LLIEMTLsiioar S New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pnllraan Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Louis Tllle every Thursday Jght and runs through to Sin Francisco Ask your Uctet agent forj arUcnlars or write to II H Fowler TraTelbig Passenger Agent Louisville Free Sag Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orleaea k IIIIMfj A KLiOSS Q FA Cw + 1IIln C Q J jIIj For the CUMAX- WE CAN ALWAYS LIVE WELL ON Tile FARM To a shoemaker tramping by one day Said I neighbor pray whats the news Im starring said he with a sorrowful sigh Ive no work and cant feed upon shos Next came a mason crawling along A bunch of mere skin and bones Alas said I friend how happened it so Why because I cant fatten on stones Next tramped a weary carpenter by And much pinched wew his lantern When he stopped to explain the plight lie was in- Twa because ho couldnt cat saws Then tramped a blackmail smutty and grim I asked if his courage eer fails And why he a giant had gone on the road lIe replied man I cant digest nails I turned to my wife See here my dear We have both been shielded from harm Though times may be hard and prices low We can always lire well on the farm There Is plenty of butter of milk and of cream Now crowding the dairy shelf Eggs by the bushel and hens by the score Which gives us the blessing of health Our granary bins are bursting full With their corn their rye and their wheat While pork from tho sty and veal from the barn Are loading our table with meat Luscious berries from the garden and field Are always at our command Bushel of apples pears and grapes Fairly burden the fruitful lard Potatoes cabbage carrots beets Are high piled in our cellars and barns And squashes and turnips onions and hay Are proclaiming the thrift of the farm The waste of the wood lotswe gather In our sheds a bountiful store Then freearmed against hunger and cold The fierce wolf never howls at our door When the collector calls for his tax Or the grocer comes for his pay We take to the market our surplus Of vegetables meat or hay Then to men of all ceilings who Jail This nugget of solid truth learn That no matter how hard be the times No one ever starved on the farmC lonnas Forest Grove Richmond Ky Feb 5 83 DANGERS OF THE CHIP The greatest danger form La Grippe is of its resulting in pneumonia If rca sonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will bo avoided Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for la grippe we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusive ly that this remedy is a certain preven tive of that dangerous disease It will cure la grippe In less time than any other treatment It is pleasant andsafe to take For sale by Perry Thomas UTTERLY UNTENABLE POSmON OF DAVISON IN HIS MR GILBERTS CONVICTING CONTESTI MEN- TIjessamine Journal Feb 31 The Journal last week published a brief synopsis of Mr Gilberts answer to Congressman Davisons notice of contest of his vote in the Fiftysix Congress Limited space forbade us doing the subject justice at the time and in order that our readflrs may have the opportunity of reading Hr Gilberts convincing statement we publish the full tcxtof hit answer After de nying tho affirmative allegations contained in Davisons notice he con tinues Further answering herein I allege that It would not be an honest count to count any votes that were not cast either for you or for me That this election must be determined all other elections have always been determined by the votes that are actually cast and not by those who failed or refused to vote It is quite true thatyou received a very small vote in 1898 as compared with the vote In 1890 For in 1856 yon received in Anderson county 1157 votes whereas in 1898 you received in thatcounty only 872 In Boyle coun ty in 189C you received 1093 votes but you only received 1209 votes in 1898 In Garrard county 1890 you received 1001 votes whereas in 1898 you only received 1220 votes In Jessamine county 1S9G you received 1312 votes but in 1S9S you only received 886 votes In Madison county in 1690 you received 3004 votes but in 1893 you II lings OLIf only health we might let it cling But it is a cough One cold no sooner passes oil before another comes But its the same old cough all the time And its the samel old story too There is first the cold then the cough then pneu monia or consumption with the long slcfcnccs And life tremb ling in the balance AllerS ciierrgPCCIONI loosens the grasp of your cough The congestion of throat and lun Is altin flammatioh is subducd the parts arc put perfectly at rest and the away It has no diseased tissucs on which to hang vj Dr Ayers Chrry Pectoral Plaster draws 9t4t fRlidea th- 1ungs 1 FRemember we haTe ft KertlcM Dfmrt ment If you bare any cotnpUJntwhtt ever and desIre the best yea can possibly obtain write ths octor wllj reeeJTt purepIywithoutwat f ffwhi6e4 r 4fe 1 4 i RoALBSQLUTEJURE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome Fonly received 2409 votes In Mercer county in 1890 you received 1739 votes but In 1898 you only received OdE votes In 1890 you received in Hockcnstle courtly 1465 votes whorces in 1898 you only received 900 votes In Shelby county in 1890 youjreceived 2002 votes but III 1898 you only received 1412 votes InSptncencoVinty you received iu 18Jft93 votes Uut in 1898 you only received 493 votes And in Lincoln county in J80G jou received r8SS votes but in 1898 you only received 1724 votes So that in the ten counties which compose the Eighth district you received in 1S9S 4394 votes less thati you received in the same ten counties in 1880 And I alleno that it is absurd for you to claim Sod drany other num her of these votes which were not cast As to Jackson county your name was not on the ballots in tills county and you received noivote in that county Jackson county sent no delegate to the convention that nominated yotiand the people of that courityjliad ho voice either in your bo Ing sJettea as tht candidate of your partjyiiorfh determining whether you should be elected or not You made no canvass in that county You did not claim to bo seeking the votes of that couuty You attended the He publican convention which was com posed of delegates Jrom the other ten counties only and solicited a nomina tion at their hands TillS convention was held and you were nominated long after the passage of tho Act of March llth 1898 The presiding offl cerof that convention and tho Secretary issued to you certificates certify ing that you were the regular Republican nominee for Congress in the Eighth Congressional district You accepted thesQ certificates and caused them to be delivered to the Clerks of the ther ten counties only And you caused your name to ba printed upon the ballots in these ten counties only You sent no such certificates to the Clerk of Jackson county and you made no effort to jiave your mime placed upon t1ltbaIlptSbf that county You seem not to tiavb discovered that the Eighth district was not legally con stituted until you discovered that you had received a minpjity of till vote thereinIf present contention bo true you have been silent when you should have spoken and you should now be required to keep silent when you desire to spenk You are now by your sc lions estopped from denying that the Eighth district was legally constituted The peopleLof Jackson county sent delegates to the conventions that nominated candidates for Congress in the Eleventh district Xho voters of that county who lesiredto do so Voted for the candidates in that district There were four of these can didates in that district at tile November election 1898 and Jlr Tye the Democratic nominee received 14 votes Mr Boreing the regular Republican nominee received 744 votes Mr Bowman received 2 votes and Mr White the Independent received 720 votes I allege furthermore that the Eighth district in Kentucky still con tains a larger territory than tile Fifth listrict or tho Sixth district or the Seventh district in said State It is much larger than the wholo State of Delaware and more than twfco as large as the State 6f Rhode Island Tina Jbaglitli dlstrjct payaVmbre taxes than the Eleventh district or the Tenth district or tho Ninth jdistrict or tho Third district or the First district in said State It las more counties than the Sixth district or tile Fifth district or the Seventh district or the Second district in said State This district at the November election in 1898 cast more votes titan the First district orthe Second district or tho Sixth district or tiro Seventh district or the Tenth district in said State And it has a larger citizenship than any of the five districts named Indeed I allege that the Eighth district was quite as large aud as populous when I received- a majority of the votes as it was when you received a minority of the votes And if the district contained a popula tion so small that a majority of the legal voters connot select a Rotresen tative in Congress I shall insist that you explain how a minority of the vo ters in the same district have elected you You confess to have received no votoJn Jackson county naiL yet you propose to deprive Judge forcing of his scat as tho Representative of that county when her people have had no voice either in selecting you as the nominee orin voting Tor vount the final election although jjcguxuavo served no notice of contest on lU and although thu people of the counjy sent delegates to the convention that nominated him and gave him ft plurality of their votes at the November elec tion You are seeking aiso5to have yourself declared theJR presenlative cf the other ten couutifsewhenAjpu con fess to have becu honestly and fairly defeated in tiios counties bTa major ity of 628 votes Tjils majority is ex clusive of the majority I received in Anderson county arid which ycfu concede to be perfect I shall insist that tilere Li JtJgaiy cOIlStittItCLlIigbtlI- Congrcss elistrictor tlfo 1S1it HthlltF and that no vacancy can ijrred to It j1fptrlcti the istncI no I aver that it wouM be nonsense to declare the seat vacant antI order new election in the seine district For the newly elected Representative would have no better title than have already and that I must remain in my seat therefore or Congress must by law Change the boondary of this dls trict or else these len counties must remain without a Representative until changesithecbasge 114 l Bdary it will have tc 1bb5ifli5jJ eo4uity that nadyJ a At l tt1i f BAKING POWDER countiesIIthe number of Representatives theinhlabitalltsof Congress in the last apportionment made Jt necessary for other districts populatlondistrict of Kentucky And this act of apportionment by Congress made it necessary for some Congressional disi trictsin other States to have a larger population than is contained In the Eleventh district of Kentucky And this Act of apportionment by Congress made it necessary for other States to Jlave a smaller population than is contained in the Eighth district of Kentucky Indeed I aver there are msny Congressional districts in different States with a larger territory and a much larger population than are found in the Eleventh district of Kentucky and that there aro many other Congressional districts in those same States having a much smaller popula hon and n much smaller territory than are found in the Eighth district of Kentucky I maintain that all Con gressional districts in all the States are and have always been the crea lures of the State Legislature and that this is the only tribunal known to tile Constitution and laws which has the authority to make or alter tho bounda nes of Congressional districts I insist that the greater power conferred upon the Legislature to establish Con gressional districts carries with it the lesser power to altar the boundaries of suph districts And it is the duty of the Legislatures of all tho States un der Section 4 of Article 1 of the Con stitution of tire United States to change the boundaries of such districts whenever in the judgment of the Legislature such change should be made I insist and avar that tho Legislature of most if not all of the States have re peatedly exercised this power and have repeatedly changed the boundaries of Congressional districts and such Acts have always been regarded as conclusive upon Congress I aver that nopre cedont in tile history of this govern ment can be found for such a contest as this and that no member of Congress otherwise confessedly fairly elected has ever been deprived of his seat on account of a change made by the Legislature of the State in the boundary ol tho district And that aIto ether your alleged contest is utterly frivo bus and without merit Woman Should Kpow it Many woman suffer untold agonyand misery because tho nature of their dis ease is not correctly understood They have been led to believe that womb trouble or female weakness of some sort is responsible for tho many ills that beset womankind Neuralgia nervousness headache puffy or dark circles under the eyes rheumatism a dragging pain orduUache in the back weakness or beariugdown sensation profuse or scanty supply of urine with strong odor frequent desire to pass It with scalding or burning sen satiou sediment in it after standing in bottle or common glass for twentyfour hours are signs of kidney and bladder troubblc The above symptoms are often attri bated by tho patient herself or by her physician to female weakness or womb trouble Hence so many fail to obtain relief because they are treating not tho disease itself but reflection of the pri mary cause which is kidney trouble In fact women as well ns men are made miserable wiljj kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same remedyDr Kilmers SwampRoot is the great discovery of the eminent kidney and bladder specialist and is easy to getat any drugstore for fifty cents or cue dollar To prove its wonderful merits you may have a sample bottle and hook tel ling all about it both sent absolutely free by mail Kindly mention The Richmond CLIMAX and send your ad dress to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton NY III OUR RELICS IPl tte City Mo Iandmxrk1 Some of the oldest relics we know of ill this section and to which no one seems to appreciate or pay any attention is a pairofold stone burrs now lying idle at Union Mills east ot here having been discarded years ago for new ones This set of burrs was used in ifadisonr ntyKentucIy in 1800 tc Tileytrothe Mexican war by A Woods and J Estill Jr son of old General Estill of Madison county Ky The exact data of these relies ia vouched for by Uncle Dave Stiigner north of town who knew the Estills well haying been raised adjoining farms to them in Kentucky and has seen the old burrs in operation hundreds of times before they were brought to Missouri u Mr S A Fackler Editor of the Micanopy lla Hustler with his wife and children suffered terribly from La One Minute Cough Cure rnsthenlv remedy that help them it actejuIckIy Thousands of others usa this remedy as a specific for La- Grippo and its exhausting after effects D6ugl a Wells THE WORD LIAR Some of The Stats Laws wftfef TM Reckless U3e ef The Unplttswt Term The calling a man a liar is crime in Virginia The Legislature of ISOoffl passed this law If Jlnperson shall in the pres ence or hearing of another carte ot abuse such person or use tiny vtolentlj abusive language to such pewes eon jeerajaif ika elf or any ol kk fmiti- aag3aMiPe1IIi iirlJ1a eiig flFI t c C j the peace he shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor and on conviction shall bo fined not less than nor more than 25 To calla man a liar in Georgia is elandcr for which one may be given 1000 tine or a year in the penitentiary or both He has the right however to prove his charge and go clear On the criminal side of the courts the law holds that the lie constitutes the first blow and justifies violent response The Missouri statute says that ii the victim of an insult used language cal culated to provoke n breach of the peace and tile assailant caa prove it there is no offense The law does not specifically cover tile offense of calling a man a liar In Arkansas the use of the epithet is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine In Mississippi it is not specifically mentioned but all insulting words are made civilly actionable In South Carolina it is not a crime but may be used as a basis of civil action for defa mation of character The West Virginia statute declares that All words which from their usual construction and common acceptation are construed as insults and tend to violence and broach of the peace shall bo actionable It is not a crime to use the liar in Alabama but if a man assaults you in consequence of your application of tile epithet to him he may giye evidence in justification pt any abusive or oppro bious language you have used to him The average jury in that State holds that the lie is equivalent to the first Wow In North Carolina the user of the epithet and the man to whom it was applied are held equally guilty in cases of assault and battery There is no specific law in Tennessee against calling a man a liar but the use of language calculated to provoke a breach of the peace is punishable by a nominal fine It is also dangerous to call a man a liar in Kentucky The smallest things may exert the greatest influence De Witts Little Early Risers arejunequalled for overcoming constipation and liver troubles Small pill best pill safe pill Douglas Wells CORRESPONDENCE KINGSTON The smiling face of J H Turpin was teen on our streets last Tuesday- S C Butter of Winston was over yesterday on a visit to his friends J T Turpin filled Rev Hornsbys appointment at Panola last Sunday George Johnson has been appointed police judge instead of Judge Frazier The wedding that was to have taken place last Thursday has been postponed indefinitely Judge Frazier has moved from our town and he can be seen at Farnville at his new home Joe Hayslett of Lincoln county has moved into tile house of J T Hays SlettJames Lanter and wife of Valley View have taken rooms with J E Riddell for the winter SI Ii Aldridge who leftsome two months ago oil a visit to Missourri has concluded to make that State his homeVirgil Benton of Kansas wile has been visiting his father Mr R Benton of this place since Christmas will re return homo in a few days BEREA Thomas Shockley is on the sick list Rev Paddock is conducting a revival at the College Chapel John Richardson alias Shakespeare is at Silver Creek this week trading- H K Richardson who has been very 111 for several davs is improving Miss Groves of Kansas City Mo is here visiting friends and relatives She is a cousin of W T King of Berea J P Bicknell was severely burned about the face a fow days ago by pour ing coal oil in the stove to start a fire Otis Bruce of Combs a student in College has deserted and gone home R G Mitchell of Wullaceton has also quit Whats the matter boys Oakley the little son of Green Byrd died near Wallaceton January 29 of croup aged about 3 years The heartbroken parents have the sympathy of many friends Mr J T Million lost his pocket bock and 520 one dav last week be tween Berea and Slate Lick He lost it the evening before tile snow fell and tho snow covered it up ERYDAY HEROISM I Struggling through life cursed with ca tarrh Is a common k experience flow ever heroic the fight catarrh gen I erally vinsl Under some name or other Itgetsthebestama Ingalls Waco Texaadthou sands of others have been permanentlycuredof catarrh by Dr Ilartmans successful remedy Pernna Here is Mr Ingalls letter DrS n Hartntait CollnnlmsO DEAR Sm Pcmna and Maaalin have cured me ol one of the worst cases of catarrh any one ever had My case was so severe that I was co apelled to discontinue my business that of con ductor on a railroad but I sin now entirely wclL- Ordinary treatment of catarrh is for local relief Cures are not expected Dr Hartmnns method eradicates ca tarrh absolutely Jet his latest book and learn how to combat this insidious disease The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus 0 will mail Dr Hartmans books free on application H A Scott Burt Teem wriis I feel very thankful to Maker and your great medicine that I am cured I would JtGt lie withwt Pe rnna IB the OH It iPcrana has been curing ee arrk for 1tty years It ii4 tJWII- oJ rI aiJiJ1IIi P AU 0 I- c I rI I i t IWflES OF andold TINA- BookforYoung r PUR fEs I DISEASED 250000 1 CURED MEN VECUREIj 1 NERVOUS BLOOD SKIN PRIVATE DISEASES sooCURED HsroYOUr GiI you sinned f tngant nature t rbcnIgnorantof thntcrrjhlocrimo you woro committing Did you onl consider evilhbiLt I riblo results were your cyc3 ooenCtl to pool Did Iitr on in man lioodcontraetanyWUYATBorJJIOOU cliscaM Wcro you cured DoyonnMT and then Fee some alarminz tyniptoma is iiro you marry your present eon FtTIIEIILI ft afailureness cauw4 by early abufo or later ex lrupct11Tlthmercnf71you tim rciult of thcjo crimes and Point 1 MIT1LODZIIEATtshows how thnumI hilT been mvc oar NKV TKUATMRNV It proves bow wo can 1UAUANTKH TO cum ANY CUUABLK CASE OK NO lAY EMISSIONSIr STKICTUKK I3IPOTKNCY SF DllAINRdJNNALmtAIIJISeilAlmE8 diftafcj CURES GUARANTEED The Wages of Sintnt free hr cnelotine c CONSULTATION foriDRS 1 KENNEDY KERGA 1 122 W FOURTH STREET- CiHCINNATIGr R f irfl Paint F r- Sale We have an un limited quantity of black paint suitable for barns Iron Fences Gutters c Will sell in any quantity at a very low price For particulars call on or address Jato S lip Co Jan233m Notice to Creditors All parties holding claims against the estate of Jesse Newby deceased wilt present same properly verified on or before March 2S 1899 or same will be barred BB MILLION Ian23iw Special Comr Creditors Notice All persons knowing themselves indebted to the estate of pi J Mi Foster will come forward at once and settle or else accounts will besned on J 0 CIIENAULT Janl8tf Atty for Mrs L M Foster DruigsWe because we know nothing adout the drug business but Pal JfjJds We make sell and apply After more than 30 years actual practicaL experience in the making selling and putting on of paint we feel some what lustified In claiming that we know some thing more about the busIness than those who have for a short time as clerks and dealers been selling over the counter canned and keged of which they were unacquainted with the quality of the contents We guarantee to to the people of this and adjoining coungve better paints that will produce better re suIts for less money than any concern this side of the larger cities Now make a list of paints wanted from White Lefd on set figures from allt then get our fijran s end If we are not lower ana give you better gt od that anyone else we that we wont nsk you to buy inspectionOEMIWItL IIG 209 f 11U RIChMOND KY jESThe largest and excloslTe wholesale and retail in Paints W541 Win dow Shades Window Olasils Varnishes Brushes Artist and Painters supplies generally stock the largest and prices always For o Priva y MM MMMM I win oSer for sale privately House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th Streets back of A B Bumama property The house has seven rooms good cistern sta ble and other necessary the lot contains about 90x80 Tile price will be reasonable for each WILLIAM ENGLISH noratf Richmond Ky News and Opions eeo Nationxl Importance The Sutp Contains Both HBaByfcj 61 year J iv u4S11r y iaa year attIS 8 GKlATMI SUM DAY NgW PEJlncrtll w9L- pPrke5aiaa yMasaiozyear- AagNqsg IIUXlfyor1t ucjr W5vRUP ION N llIIIk FOR SALE The executor of Lee Jake White deceased offers for sale privately about 18i knot Land thobalanceand Dudley Tribble The latter Is in bluegrass and has not been ploughed for thirty years Address 6 Cole Ex 1John Winchester Ky FI nlvult DOiVING 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 Phaetons Our stock of fine carriages is unsurpassed for beauty style durability and general superiority and ware selling them at prices that will surprise you quality con sidered JOHN DONELSON r IEXPERIENCE I J TRADE MARKSI qttonst rf a sketcn and description may our opinion an Invention Is probably patentable Communications strlctlycontldeutlal Handbook on Patents secnrtncpatenuPatentstjxctal notice without charge In th- eCiii1iTic J1m rican A handsomely Illustrated weekly jrccat ely culation of any nclentlflo journal Tens W a year four months 11 Sold by all newsdealers MUNN Co361 re New York Uranca Office C5 F StWashington D C 2827 QO TO TIlE English Kitchen 12 W Short St Lexington Ky J W MASTERS Proprietor Regular meals 25 cents Lodging 25 cents Most convenient and centrally located hotel in the city Fine equipped bar in connection HON C T CALDWELL of Parkersburg W Va Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules q PAEKEESBUIIO WUYA January 2Gt1995 TUEWntGUT ManCo I Columbus Ohio usinJWrightsher 1894 and find them to be as recom mended I first began taking them while at Hot Springs Ark under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatum Liver and Stomach trouble Constipation which I had been a tong sufferer I found the Celery Capsules gave ine great relief from the beginning and have used them ever since With pleasure and unsolicited recommend them to any and all stiffening with like afflictions or either of them VOIJ truly yours CHAULES T CALDWELL Sold by T S Ilagan DruggiBt Price 60c ents and 100 per box Call at drug store and get free samnle 6 1H1HoshalCo1fiornission Merchants aItt1 BOE int hp UNION STOCK YARD3 i ClNCINNATIj Ok iTELEPHONE 7346 JirAll Information jegarJiij Hyp stock cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to us sept7ly +CALL ATi ++ lflSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN eoQlesiand most refreshing oflrinks that can be foWHt arEdispensedby Idi Srs4 a Walor Kept T d1iT ltc1if1jI no Pboe3OOiaI914 QtQIJ 11 1 elli o c II l I PrintS ha ws tlnoJh L 3We Dont a Of your money unless you get value received for it For that reason we are always glad to have yOu look around- the store and learn how much better YOU can do here than9 anywhere else Bedroom Suites L f II LrL 6 In BirdsEye rI 9any Golden and V Beautiful Brass and Elegant Sideboards VExtension and Center BUCKEYENUMBER t Odd Dressers Parlor Cabinet Book Hat Racks Etc Etc 9 There is also on display in my elegant display of 414 brought to Richmond My selection of Rocking rl l Roxberry and Axminster be excelled A handsome line of Couches Corduroy just received Clothes Hampers Scrap and Smyrna and Wilton Rugs ive additions to our If you are a lover of beauty it call and my line of Framed j dallions c We also framing pictures Our line is full and of Mr M G Brown a and funeral director It call on me before w- r S NEVILLE rSuccessor to STNIQHT J S iSOON RTA3LE5 TO I Pll I IIrA New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL f EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 7S CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BAllARD Sole Proprietor aID North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists Janl51y ladison Monumentai Works ESTABLISHED 1863 TAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR Monmnents Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and t American Marble and Granite FIREWORK A SPECIALTY IV +++tThose who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or miy kind of Cemetery Work will it to their to call at the old stand In the rear of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand t a large stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all classes of CentlnlKentuckydesignsWhichffYOUR PATBOKAGE SOLICITED I J TVtBS D HHTVULTON ProprietorL REPAIKINQ AND TIMEINO FINB WLrcBEzMlWork6araateeA 8PBCIALTY L E LANE JEWELEE OPTIOIAN 2ND STRE12T RICHMOND Ky REMEMBERpti ci buy more GROCEBIES Qrl3f mPnQy t TUBL thaii 1NyWl 1d Earth Give i sachll ts j v I1iUtMAN GIIOC1Y Co lI afMOND1KY c IIf o i 10 The Richmond Climax iDAIIUEK To1Pr Prfto and- c ElJors B WOODS Associate Editor WEDNESDAY FEB 15 1890 PUBLISUXl XYEKY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co PRICE PER YEAR 150 ANNOUNCEMENT FOR AUDITOR We are authorized to announce JOHN B C1IBVAULT ot Madison county a candidate for the office of State Auditor subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention Pan REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce M H WILL lAMS a candidate forthe Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W W COMBS a candidate to succeed himself in the next general assembly of the State of Een tneky subject to the will of the Democratic party Two giant evils wore lately consolidated iu Kentucky when whiskey was put in the control of a trust TJIK Stanford Journal has the best corps of country correspondents any paper in this section and its Lancaster letter is about the best of the bunch PENNSYLVANIA is in the throes of a Republican Senatorial scandal One reason why Ohio has no new Senator ial scandal this year is that she is still busy with an old one THK Stanford Journal arrived here on Saturday 24 hours later than when the paper was printed on Thursday afternoon The sooner the quicker the oftener the better with the Stanford Journal I Fort ordering out the 4th Kentucky Gen Alger has the thanks of the coun try The officers didnt like to give up their big salaries and return to tO to O positions but the 13 privates are glad to come home A DISPATCH from Anniston Ala says that drunken commissioned officers of the 4th Kentucky fired into the tents of privates and committed other disgraceful acts in Camp Shipp a few nights ago An investigation will be had of their conduct- SEsTIiInNTALIwrs offer large sums for the pen with which McKinley signed the peace treaty A dozen such pens are not worth the leadpencil used in the editorials on tho Fronchburg Agitator That is a country newspaper with a sure enough journalist at its head A MAN signing himself George Mooro of London iy says that Congressman Dftvison is a great man an ablo one and possessed of much in tegrity and enthusiasm Qualifica tions we may add that will ornament a private citizen after the 4th of nest month THE Louisville lost a few days ago had an editorial with this caption Stop the Paris Extravagance We did not road it but presume it referred to the reckless manner in which Col Craddock is spending his money Owenton Herald iood but alab what presumption WirEs Charley Moore editor of the Blue Grass Blade was sentenced at Cincinnati last week to two years in the penitentiary he broko down and cried like a child But the judge re marked that as Moore had repeatedly broken the law and had gloried in itJie deserved the penalty IF John D White accomplishes no more than to show how muchrotten ness exists among tho Republican leaders in the 11th district his efforts will not have been in vain He made Chairman Barnett a native of Madi son of the State central committee acknowledge that the letter bearing his name and imploring the people to vote for Boreing the party nominee was a forgery He also showed that whiskey anti other disreputable methods were employed against him but of them Judge Boreing professed entire ignorance Stanford Journal CJBrower COil LEXINGTON KY Carpetsj O Ol a 1t 1 arQ i + + + + i irIfso the full line of spring patterns in ail the new and novel effects are now on exhibition See prices in showwindow 10 l r 1r a 1a We have just brought down from our work floor 75 of these rugs in allsi zes and colourings tat we offer at s3p011a llNow is jour time to se euro these bargains for they are a superb collection and will notlast long Lrr Brower LOll MAIN AP BKOADWXT LXIIGTON E-Ywt r A NIOB little story Is i oing the rounds entitled The President AST Elevator Boy It is not enbellishecl with the fact that McKialey has elevafe cd more incOmpetents into ofllceand they have caused ijreater loss to our nation in blood and treasure than all the swords and bullets of the Spaniards JUDGE ROBERT J BBKCKINKIDQE of Danville lisa announced 15s candi dacy for the Democratic nomination for Attorney General If he is nomi nated lie will be elected And We will witness the sncctacle of a Kentucky U oronsubrcadsnccessorto the catfish mouth misfit at present holding time of lice AlEXiNOTON nan advertises a lot of good Kentucky whiskey for business or other property There are says the Winchester Democrat a number of peoplo in every town exchanging good property for whiskey but they aro not advertising the fact except through the medium of their noses And we will add by starving wives and children COL COLSON of the 4th Ky was shot by Lieut E D Scott of Lexington at Anniston Ala Scott convinced the War Department that the men wished to be mustered out despite the reports to the contrary by some of the superior officers The men had an old grudge and when they met both pulled their Runs Scott shooting his antagonist but himself escaping un hurt Col Colson is not fatally wounded JUDGE DOnnING says in an interview that Gen Taylor is the best man the Republicans have for governor Alas that a party should be reduced to such straits and may the devil soon get his ownStanford Journal There are a dozen bigger brainier and incomparably more decent Republicans right here in Madison But let Taylor run His defeat would cause no more sorrow than shooting a Span iard Breckenlridgenomination for Attorney General had its birth in the suggestion of his name a year ago by the Stanford Journal which fipeaks thus of him There isnt an abler lawyer in Ken tucky a sounder Democrat or a more deserving one and when lIe takes the place that Bill Taylor has made a botch of filling as he will do the office will be conducted by a more capable man than it has had during our recollection LT COL MURRAY of the 4th Kentucky has our sympathy Also he has the information asked of us to whom we referred when wu spoke of highsalaried lowbred officers He has reply from time officers themselves whose disgraceful conduct last week seems to have been a verification of all we said about the volunteer service in in general But Col Murray will emerge from the trouble with the respect of everybody No man who en listed for the war entered with a nobler purpose and that he was not per mitted to fight the Spaniards will be a lasting source of regret to him and his host of friends TAKE heart ye hungry editors Read and be comfortedif not filled Now 1 find I shall have but little space to talk about money making and keeping But must say men of great capacity often have little capacity to make or save money I once read of some great man who said ho never had time to make money Thomas Jeffer son the greatest political philosopher the world ever saw had no time to make money Webster time great expounder of the constitution was sued by his butcher for his beef account and he said sue mo as often as you please but dont starve me to death send me some moro beef Byron wrote his sublime poetry under a cloud of debt Miltons sublime genius walked in blind but stately poverty through the coverts of Heaven and glared in horrible magnificence amid the lurid vaulta of hell S S Frentlss one of the finest orators of ancient or modern times was never out of debt Thomas F Mar shall of Kentucky was a blazing genius clothed in rags Stephen A Doug las the Little Giant of the West was no millionaire tbo great Franklin walked the streets Philadelphia had but three loaves one under harmand one in his mouth when seen by Miss Reed his future wife He who owned the Court of Heaven was cradled in a manger and called on the fishs month for a small coin to pay tribute to Caesar Money is no sort of test of ca pacity or qualification for office I would rather be an orator like Bryan like Ephraim S Van Winkle or like Col Hill than to be a Vanberbilt or a Rockefeller or a John Jacob Astor and Id rather be Bobbitt than all of them I FOUNTAIN Fox BOBBITT in Stanford Journal PERSONAL Mrs Grant Lilly isin Verc allies Jliss Florida Gibson is visiting at Margaret White is the guest of lfMolile Fife 1 Miss Pearl Gentry is visiting friends in Winchester Mr Matt S Cohen spent several days iH Lexington last week Miss Lizzie Barrett is the guest of her sitar Mrs J Speed Smith Jmtge J C Cbenaulc spent several days in Louisville last week Capt James T Sbackelford spent Sunday and Monday at homeIMr Cliff Thompson of Mt Sterling visited friends here last week Mr Cabell H Chenault has justre turned from a visit to Henry county Dr A Wilkes Smith entertained at dinner Friday evening for the Century Club Mrs Jennie Grider of Spccdville is visting her brother Mr Leo Todd at Ford Mr Jason Walker and Miss Marguerite returned from Mississippi last Week y r Mr WL Frazier of Toronto Cana da spent several days in town last weekMra David Cbenaultof Louisville is the guest of Mrs G G Prewitt on Third street Mr N L Bacbman atteHdod the meeting of fiie base bal league at Lox fogton Saturday Miss stelle Poyntz of Point Leavell is the guest of the Misses Hart on Smiths Summit Mr and Mrs PB lAn who have boon visiting here are BOK gw te of friends In Lexington Mesrs Jobs B Gibson ad Mr Will Mobertey ft Saturday for NewP- rItu to attend Mardl GrM II rr Y 11ta f Versailles afcer avery pIesMflt visit to her sister Mrs MS Coh a Miss Elizabeth Taylor tho hap been confined to her room lor the past week with grip is able to fie out again Mrs Tevis Wilkerson of Lexington who has been the guest of Miss Sallie Taylor returned home last week Misses Helen nud Laura Bennett en tertained last Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Clay of Paris and Misses Patton and Fletcher Of Huntsville AlaMiss Ethel Terrlll returned Tburs day from St Louis where sho has been the guest of her sister Mrs Mabel Beggs Miss Ray Streng entertained Friday evening in a very novel and delightful manner About twenty couples were present andIU pronounced it a thor ough success lIon W L Brown orolrcult judge of counsel for E K Wilson was down from London to see his client W P French of Madison accompanied him Stanford Journal Dr Carl Lewis Wheeler declares he Dr Wheeler is much pleased with his new location in Lexington He now bas an office of his own Success to him Hustonville cor Stanford Jour nal Mrs Coy J P Eaglo who was the handsome Miss Oldham of Madison county and wellknown here is seriously ill and under treatment in Cin clnnatlStanford Journal Lt A Stewert son of exSenator Stewart was the guest Monday of Mr H IL ITargis He was on his way homo from Anniston Ala when he has been with the Kentucky volunteers Mr Harrison Thompson fromerly of Versailles now of Cedar Town Ga is putting in an ice plant and steam laundry in Cedar Town and both promise to pay him handsomely As a stu dent of O U and lately a soldier his friends hero will be glad to hear of his prosperity in prospect Mr and Mrs Lucas Broadhead returned last week after a visit to An napolis and Philadelphia They are expecting soon Mrs Broadheadsfather Rev Dr RL Breckwho is how in the East He has been living in California and has not visited in Kentucky for many years Dr Breck was the first Chancellor of Central University Richmond Ky and has many rela tives and friends in this sectionVer salles Sun Mrs W F Booker entertained in honor of her debutante daughter Miss Maria Lewis Booker yesterday after noon and last night Their home on Ormsby avenue was profusely decora ted in palms ferns and bridesmaid and American BeaUty roses A largenuin ber of guests were present principally the matrons of society ip the afternoon and the debutantes at night Miss Booker was gowned in her debutante gown of white She was assisted in receiving by her mother Mrs W F Booker Louisville Dispatch Saturday Mrs Richard W Miller entertained at whist Friday afternoon and at euchre in the evening In the afternoon about twenty married ladies were present The evening ivan given up to the young people The game lasted till 12 oclock resulting in a victory for Miss Margaret Chenault and Mr T J Smith Jr Those present were Misses Anne and Laura Bennett Belle Mc Dowell Sallie Shackelford Margaretta Smith Margaret and Florence Cheu ault Dovey Letcher and Mrs Field Miller Messrs Clay Shackelford Will Hume E S Booker U Hall Gray Strother J J Greenleaf Caswell Trib ble James and Louis Neale and J V Norman RELIGIOUS Preaching by Rev Ashford Reeves at the East End Christian church on the second and fourth Sunday nights of cv ery month Rev R J Hunter will preach on Sunday morning next at 1L oclock at Silver Creek Chapel in the evening at Wm Cochrans residenceat 7 oclock BIRTHS HOOD Mr and Mrs Kuper Hood are the proud parents of a tenpound son born at Covington on Monday night February 6 The child has been named for its father Kuper Hood Jr LOCAL Preferred Death to the Asylum Josiah Aldrich Rankin Clark county Ky scrawled on a piece of paper was the means of identifying the man who was found dying in a freight car at the L N Depot Satur day afternoon His throat was cut from ear to ear the jugular vein being severed Officer Charles Dudley remembered to have seen the man wandering about the depot after the arrival of tho 1 oclock tram from Winchester and commented upon his queer actions It developed at the Coroners inquest thet the deceased was of unsound mind and hind been in the asylum His body was taken to Clark by Jailer Boone of WincheEter Good Entertainment Tho LehrWilliams Comedy Company began n weeks engagement at the Opera Houte Monday night and showed at the start they are much above the average of such tro pesnow on the road They travel and board in their own cars and are clever sociable wellbehaved people They have an extensive roportoir and their plays are well presented with appropriate costuming and stage settings Their specialties are very good and enliven the time between acts Tbe Log Cabin published at Cyn thiana where the company filled A weeks engagement just before coming here says The LehrWUHams Comedy Company has been playing to Jarge ati diencos nfl thus week and have glven general satisfaction This is the best popular priced organization we have seen in this city and the company haa been so woll pleased with their recep tion here that tile manager has can celed other dates and will remain here two nights longer BMktybHl Tlw Krtfs catswlwfli- riye We notice that the pestiveroas En gUsh sparrows hereabouts have beea almost exterminated by the cold These little birds have found a friend and champion in the Louisville Postarhich throws out the Jifeline thus to theso caterpillars destroyers uAVeryllC everewiater or storm that destroys many sparrows will rarely bo yearsbeenvambec of cat pillam and their do- pieE1 Awl UH dwtriwUoa o- fttFs tU p w h r r r i1rlllt rIlJia 4 li resumption on the old dreadful eClle oven within the homes of thti detesta blo scourge This is no mere coucoit it is a statement that stands for a fully test lhnd demonstrated fact Though the sparrows do not earths worms that the other birds eat it Is likely that tuG sparrows consume in our cities fifty times as many eggs And tbosparrows are always on hand and ever at it The reprpductlcpow- or of the insect is1 such that font for this we would soon again be in the midst of a caterpillar plague1 Now then after this defense of acont nionly supposed nuisance earo pro pared to extend the English sparrow assurances Of our hiJhest consideration so long as he does not drive away tii song birds of the fields and woodlands Splendid Report of Students of Madison In stitute Estimated Iu terms of the good con duct regular and punctual attendance of the students and the excellent work done by them Madison Institute has never hind under tho present management a more successful semester than the one which closed on January 12th The following figures giro a fair idea of the standards attained Reports In full are given of those students who reached a general average of 05 per cent and above Aniiie Duncan Junion Literature 96 Astronomy 99 U STHislory 91 Political Economy 93 Deportment 100 At tendance 99J Emma Hendren Junior Literature 96 Astronomy 98 U S History 95 Chemistry 00 Deportment 100 Attend anco 99J- Georgia Lctton Higher Arithmetic 88 Chemistry 90 Special History 93 Political Economy 97 Deportment 100 Houskeeping 100 Attendance 100 Rosa May Moberloy Preparatory Arithmetic 92 Grammar 93 General History 98 Class Elocution 99 Reading 98 Spelling 94 Reading 99 Deportment 100 Attendance99 Stella Tenipleman Senior Latin 91 3rd year French 96 1st year German 95 Geometry reviewing 98 U S History 99 Deportment 100 Attendance 100 Lula Bishop Weaver Senior Literature 89 Voice 98 Clues Elocution 98 Drawing 95 Housekeeping 100 Attend ance 00- 3Edith Scarcy Preparatory Arith metic 00 Grammar 94 General History 93 Latin 96 Algebra 99 Piano 93 Class Elocution 96 Reading 97 Housekeeping 89 Deportment 100 Attendance 99g Mabel MasonRhetoric 93 Physics 93 Virgil 92 1st year German 00 Class Elocution 96 Drawing 100 Deportment 100 Attendance 97 Cricket Terrell Latin 96 Algebra 92 History of Greece 93 Class Elocu tion 92 Drawing t6 Deportment 100 Attendance 09J Annie Bales Latin 92 Algebra 94 Elements of Rhetoric 94 Physlca Geo graphy 93 Class Elocution 98 Drawing 95 Deportment 100 Attendance 971 Frances Burroughs Cicero 92 Rhetoric 95 Geometry 82 Shorthand 96 Class Elocution 95 Drawing 95r Housekeeping 100 Deportment 100 Attend ance 100 Inez Burroughs Caesar 95 Rhetoric 95 Geometry 79 History 61 Greece 91 Piano 97 Class Elocution OprDraw lug 100 Housekeeping 100 Deportment AttendanceJOO Lila Deatherage Preparatory Arithmetic 98 General History 98 Frys Complete Geography 93 Grammar 93 Reading 90 Writing 99 Spelling 99J Class Elocution Q3 Drawing 97 Deportment 100 Attendance 99J Jennie Dickson Elements of Rhet oric 98 History of Greece 97 Physical Geography 00 Geometry Otf Class Elocution 90 Piano 98 Drawing 06 House keeping 94 Deportment 100 Attend once 100- Sallie Riley Senior Preparatory Latin 00 Algebra 97 Jewis Scriptures 93 Grammar 91 Elocution 93 Piano 80 Housekeeping 100 Deportment 100 Attendance 100 Drawing 95 Nevillene Morton Latin 93 Algebra 95 Physics 92 Elements of Rhetoric 98 Class Elocntion 96 Piano 98 Drawing 95 Housekeeping 95 Deportment 100 Attendance 99 General averages of the foregoing Annie Duncan 97i Stella Templeinan 97 37 Lila Deatimerage06 8388 Rosa May Ikloberley 96 13972 Lula Bishop Weaver ooJf Edith Searcy 96 5358 Jennie Dickson 961 Emma Hendren 96 512 Nevillene Mort n 9613 80 Sallie Riley iT Off 110 Annie Bales 96 116 Georgia Lctton 95 Cricket Terrell 95J Inez Burroughs 95 310 Mabel Mason951Fan-nie Burroughs 95 The following students received 100 in attendance and punctuality for tho entire semester Frances L Bouldiu Inez Burroughs Nora Rocker Jennie Dickson Marion Gibbs Jessie Haley Willie Harber Elizabeth Kentner Georgia Letton SalIo RlIey and Carey Rice The following excellent reports con tain no grade below 90 Nora Rucker Cicero 93 Geometry 03Iance 100- LizZie Bales Latin 90 Arithmetic 90 Algebra 92 Grammar 92 Class Elocution 94 Deportment 100 Attendance 97k The following Averages are 90 or above and below 95 Bessie Tribble Preparatory94 43 44 Frances L Bouldiu 94 79 Geneva Moberley494 39 64 Jennie Goodloe Preparatory 918 18 Nora Rucker V 9129 Bettie Breck tl LizzieBales 93914 Russell Wnssoa 93 Mary Lee Colyef v 93316 Woodson Browning 0245 Ruth Parrish I 92 47 i4 Bessie Neale 92710 Stella Adams 92 8364 Lnla Coyingtpn Preparatory 92213 j Awarded Highest ffonorsWorklialr DREi i BAKING P0818MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Crape iain oCfxiu Pewtkir Fre- eAI4moryLktht4MAtA cf tYIiSTMII r = a t2iI t i t n Sam1ewls Opll12 Torn Ii1o West 00J Martha cfayt v OOi OOtAlIetAddie Irvine txti 10 Frances Wasson OOj Elizabeth Ewbry002572T- he Pennsylvania roads new 100000 station In Jersey City has been opened op d Ef I 4 1 rr CORRESPONDENCE jRvnr Estlll County II Dave Bergman was in Lexington Mr Robert M Bergsaau is making shprtisittoLCxnjtton Old men in irvinej say Thursday iwos tha coldest day they ever elt Mr Montio Powell has a large boil on the back of his neck which Is quite pain fulMrs Monlie Powell has been suffer tog terribly witli a rising on one of her fingers It I some better now since she has had it lanced The ink on the Mountalneerspen has frozen which prevents his writing other exciting things that have transpired in the city of Irvine during tho past week Mrs Sam Vaughn has been offered five dollars for her dog she calls Dewey She refused time offer say tog she would not take any thing for her pet Go to Bert Powell for pickols ho has a new supply of mired pickels which sell for only ten cents per bottle and are the best on the market Your correspondent sampled and they prove to be splendid A young man traveling for a Louis yule tim wOnt Thursday to some country stores in the interest of his em ployes when ho returned to Irvine lie was speechless Iroin cold but was carried to the hotel where ho soon recovered Mr V P Smith one of Somersets best lawyers is in Irvine on business Little Grace came with her father and is enjoying Immensely her visit to Mr and Mrs W T B Williams whom she agreeably surprised by the visit to her old home About seven oclock Saturday evening Mrs W T B Williams started from her room across the back porch Into the kitchen The light from tho hall cast a deceiving shadow on the porch and before Mrs Williams knew it she had taken one step too many causing her to fall off the end of the porch which Is five feet high Dr Embry was at once summoned and pro liouuced Mrs Williams considerably shaken with a collar bone broken and a dislocated shoulder The invalid is improving and she has our best wishes forn rapid recovery THE MOUNTAINEER Thero is more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be Incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constant ly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced Incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitu tional treatinnt Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on themarkot It is taken intern ally in doses from 10 to a tea spoonful It acts direcUfon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They oiler cue hundred dollars for any ease it Mils to euro Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J CiiENFA Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists cents HaHB4tamily Pills are the best 1m CTIVI SOLICITORS WATED EVERY Philippinesbyernment as Official Historian to the War Department The book was written in army camps at San Francisco on the Pacific with General Merritt iirthe hospitals at Honolulu In Hong Kong in the American trenches nt Manila In the Insurgent camps with Agui aaldo on the with Dewey and in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila plctaxesprofitsFreIlhtunofficial war books Outfit free Address F T Barber Sccy Star Insurance Bldge ChlcagB oct264m Dr Louis fl Landman No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Zlmmer Richmond Kyf on Wednesday March 8 1899 returning every second Wednesday each month Reference every physician of Rich mond Ky febl6ly For Sas Privaldf I OOM I will offer forsaleprivately my House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th propertyTlmcbouscble and other necessary ouurafldlnicsj the lot contains about 80s90 feet The price will be reasonable for cub WILLIAM ENGLISH 110T9tf Richmond Ky SQR CALDWCLUS CONSTIPATION PEPSI N The World 6 Almanac and eEncyclope4ia J for 1899 ArID Illustrated History of the Spahish American Wart zi 0 t t1 READYFORAL EVERYWHERE J t JANUARY 1st J 99oJ r t 1 TpgetEeir with The Battle Calendar of the Republic CompiW n EDGAR STANTONMACLAYH- Jriodaa of tfceU S Navy 4 THESTAM A1W- AMERICANANNUAL ICJ4Jf 1 1S TS IepaN taay aMt rfttr I i n nc d Iiotijcj jf GREENBACKS i 6r Government Money r At close of our Civil War in 1865 there appeared in the London Times the following policyAmerican Republic during the late Civi1War in that country should be come indurated down to a fixture then that government will furnish its moneywtthout cost It will have all the money that is necessary to carry on its trade and commerce It will precedentinthe world The brain and wealth of all countries will go to North America THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE DESTROYED OR IT WILL DE STROY EVERY MONARCHY ON THIS GLOBE The famous Hazzard circular to capitalists in New York and the Bucll DankcirculSr to United States Bank ers both emanating from London and the fabulous corruption fund raised in England and Germany estimated at 1500000 were the agents that se cured the closing of our mints against silver The walk into my parlor policy of England during and since the Spanish War is the latest evidence of English Diplomacy in shaping the destinypf the United States Govern ment Notwithstanding the famine price ofwheat the Spanish War and fabulous expenditures of money by our goldhasand all other values decreased in the proportionFor understanding of the money question or silver issue the has uniformly given evidence of its ability to teach explain and produce all facts and truth It is a paper that ought and can be read by all classes with pleasure and pro- fitCroditor JTotica totheforward at once and settle or else accounts willbe Rued on CHENAULTjJaalStf s yf N7 SB Are you married uuuU9++++++++++++++ I mean to any particular house if so get a divorce ndti1buy where you can get the BEST GOODS for LEAST MONEY Come to my store and convince yourself of the wonderful reduction in Wraps Dress = Goods Underwear Oo1Eosiel Comforts ft 4a 7and Notions of all kinds J3ONT FORGETr That our line of Mens Bootsand Shoes are the most complete and best tf in the CIty I also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls My if Iistock of goods is to numeroustoo mention so will quote only a few prices ihat are now making go and and i ii for my I can save yon Main 1st Sts ij I 7 4 is to to is our loff now S g 700 Suits t off now i 750 Suits i 565 t off now 190 800 Suits 1 off now i 600 300 S now 225 400 Suits offi nowSuits i off now 32 1200 Suits i off now t off now 9 1350 Suits t off now i off now 450 1 Suits i off now 551500 Suits i off now1 f MeD = an Y enl nr S J off now 450 750 i off now 565 ItA 1000 i off now 75Q iV 1200 i off now 900 1500 i off now 1125i 1800 i off now 1350 Off on all our q 350 Emerson Shoes J off now 2G5 500 Emerson Shoes I ofT now 375 on i off i off i off i i off ff on ur OF 14 off 95 14 off now Shoes Shoes 14 Shoes 14 now Shoes 14 off ESPJ 50 14 off now 38 14 off 75 p off off 14 now 14 J 1fiLadiesLadies Vests 15c and up s Ladies Allwool 19c p Spool Cotton Ic and up 100Yard Spool 5ec I12 Yards Lace 5c Handkerchiefs Ic and up Perfume Soap 5c a up JrClothingup I Always watch advertisement money I IiaT7 I OOWEN McKEE 0Cor and Richmond F 7I 7I 7I7I7I7I oz1STRENGSGreat Semiannual CLEARING SALE now going on and great induce ments offered We want close out everything that pertains winter wear This inducement H OFF FROM REGULAR PRICE PthI Mens and Young Mans Suits Knee Pant Suits Suits 525Suits off now150off now ts1off 2 1000 000Suits 11257oO Dung 600 Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Onefourth CELEBRATED EMERSON SHOES ButtonlThe DutchessPants- Onefourth off these justly iantsS200250 Pants now 190 300 Pants off now 225 Pants 3 now 95 200 CorduroyPants 150 400 Pants now 300 450 Pants off now 340 Pants now 375 Qnaforth 0 ill O11r Mi SHOES 125 Shoes now 150 Shoes 115 175 14 off now 130 off now 170 250 off ioo 300 now 225 utfDER RUnderwear 100 Underwear now 125 Underwear 14 now 95 150 Underwear 14 now 115 1jt 200 Underwear off 150 250 Underwear off now 300 Underwear 14 off now 225 Hose Silk box Overcoats 250 + Ky 500 Celebrated 150 125 500 200 ioo HATS SATS I S1QO 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 190 300 Hats 14 off now 225 COLORED SHIRTS S 50 Colored Shirts 14 oil now 38 100 Colored Shirts 14 elF now 75 150 Colored Shirts 14 ofT now 117 4 t GLOVESts 50 Gloves 14 off now 38 100 Gloves 14 off now 75 150 Gloves 14 off now 115 + 250 Perrin Gloves 14 off now 1 190 I TRUNKS200 Trunks 14 offnow150 170ft 350 Trunks 14 off now 265 + 400 Trunks 14 off now t 300 375tt 800 Trunks 14 off now 600 This great sale will not last long as the prices yemakewillsoon H anyThingonefourth off sale r HJ STRENG I The Clothier TIle Sheer The Firnisher Tht Hatter eI XX jleX ti ittc u VI t 7J1 m i J ij itL fA ovt 4 6 v i SI S2Yoi+444 hne not to sfct p until get to the Old Rcliabl Bouse of D B SHAGKELFORD CO +TJieyarenowbuyingfor C jfw OASH1 And receiving the Largest a1r Moe Complete Stock for the Spring tradefr that ever cam el to Richmond They have had a lifetime expcjrience in the hardware business and they hinJcthfY know the peoples 0 wants They are prepared to Sell you anytkwg in the hardware line for money You can get thesame goods anywhere NOW et u reJ1 timling withS Co just keep your Band on your labb1ti+ root and your eje peeled for tyjcdoos DlR SHACKELFQRD CO QQ ii ilI l 4Ii Vrt i IF it I lii n I 0 I I J THE GREAT SWEEP OUT SALE IS STILL GOING ON 1 I t Iseway WINTER GOODSllUST GO SeeouipiieesV 395eW 40d 2 295 allJ295 allcsr295 Jti are ta r k Av FEll 15 1SDO Dr Hobson Deutist Coldest weather since 1774 Coldest weather in fifty years The fruit crop is A C Wells law office with JA Sullivan Who says are for the worse See the regular report of the Madi son National Bank The winter of 18089 will go down in history as a marker New bill for each at Opera House this week The features of the last ten days have been Cold und Coal Jas D Tudors for in crease of pension was rejected A will be built from to Bearwallow Admission 10 20 and 30 cents at Opera House every night this week Frank Adair says the electric lights will be turned OH within thirty days at Opera House every night this week With the at zero on snow fell for several hours E Co are giving their cash customers a nice Potts Duerson bought of J W Jams 300 barrels of corn delivered at ln Austin Stone has rented and will operate the livery stable of Lyman Parrish Heresfer Levi I5cnrta of will draw a pension of 12 per Two now boys ut to the wives of Arthur Long anti John Bronddus The fowls of the air and the beasts of the field buffered terribly from the late blizzard The new coaches on the K C are more lighted than any palace car we ever raw Barred Hock eggs 10 to 1 setting only SlOO Mrs M F Ar buckle Silver Creek With four inches of snow already on the ground uthe beautiful fell steadily all day W T Adams and family of Win Chester of left last week for to live Messrs Rice Harris were given the contract for the power house for the electric light factory Walter C U 89 de feated Judge Kinkead at by 618 for City Solicitor Salary 2000 The colder the wcither the more liability of So guard extra well against fires this weather Rev G D has been ex tended a call to succeed himself as pastor of the Baptist church Mrs M F Arbucklo has Barreil nocks for twenty years and offers a setting of 1G eggs for S100 Jeflbreon Mitchell of the Board of gave a lunch last night at Joes The Slate went through with a whoop in every candidate being elected by ma jorities Tho electric lights will put Rich mond on an with Valley View and Ford both of which have had this luxury for a lone while The Bank reports 372 47211 on deposit 31 NII is and H L Stevens one of tho directors While out fox bunting last Friday Bob Baldwin the clerk at the Rees House fell into Strodes Creek horse Sun A bill has been to increase tho pension of the widow of General Dennis this county from 8 to 30 Mrs Dennis is 72 years old Colored men who wish to join the army should apply to LtWT John son Main street The Cay airy will be sent to Arizona the In fantry to Fort Utah Dressed hogs are always salable says the live Btpcfc column of a in this city It occurs to us that the point to the tale is in the the moral to lm man bipeds The United Stales Pircult Conrt of Appeals has order of Judge Barr seLling wi saef ibe Irvln Sa railroad A Uf Mother eale VVS The soup house is a great thing for the poor The snow the snow the beauti who rowed dat brick degrees below zero Monday morning at Silver Creek Half the orange crop is estimated to have been hy the freeze Cold Wave and Coal Famine came to town last week and are still our The coal did a big busi ness last week They were our angels County Judge Sullivan the poor with coal as did also the city The roads of Madison county in many places have reached a point where it is to travel Many lambs by the cdld Jako Shearer lost 30 Put Black 28 and G W Dozier 15 besides many others Srgt John F Taylor of 4th Ky mustered out Sunday at Anniston Ala returned home rues day Win II Brockinan the painter was found dead in bed in lie was Co years of age and leaves two young children degrees morning by the This will be a mark to shoot at for years For the first time in history the remained for in at or below zero in the month of or any other month The Comedy Company should continue to do a good business This is the best priced we have seen in this city At Red House the to 22 to 30 below and no coal on hand so our ent Win Dozier will have a load of coal this week 0 II Chenault has sold to J E Madden the brown filly sister to and Frohsinn by Spend thrift out of Imp by The Arrow Price private Ga zette Burnaui Itichmond Ky enrolled as a student of Missouri in 1S44 says the Columbia Statesman He was a brother of Hon C F Burnam and Mrs Eugenia Hume of this city Jas Perry son of G W ot Red House escaped death by on Friday A kettle of bolt lug water on the child burning one leg You cart buy a organ from IX M Ulieuault fpr cost and freight He fhas ouly throe of the former antI two of the totter left You can save 100 by buying a piano from him as bo is anxious to close out tlio Dewey Music Cos business Below are quoted prices at Gus Mar golens for this week only j 18 pounds Bulle roasted coffee 10 Best full cream cheese 121 Pure leaf lard 7 Large pickles per dozen C S tar soap 3 Bananas 10 Oranges 20 peaches per 10 Rev Lecture Postponed The lecture to have been delivered by RevJ W on Friday next has been Angels in Disgnlsc The coal man in winter and the iceman in summer are the poor mans angola of mercy if they do come often with their bills rpa SALS Nl on Main utrcetin Irvine writb four rooms and hall arid all nec essary For sale cheap For call at this office or write Miss JAXE DAKJIU Irvine Ivy Cant MIss It Just look at the sign at the entrance between Rice Arnolds and Miner Arcade nrid you will have no trouble in finding SIIss Temple Oldhains store which is up stairs liar tock of is very and she invites an Lest Package On last Jan 28 was lost Siom the express wagon between Ii 4k N depot and ofiice Pack ago was toG G Gorzelius atilt policy Liberal reward will be paid for the return to Adams Co feb82t rwtii A hustler to sell offerIng good proit A for which there 185 steady and de foand oNe Good fee Tight party Ory those lutiV d apply A J- 4xIs 1 ietIft 3 iT 300 Box Calf Vic I 250 Shoes all 195 200 Shoes all 165 150 Shoes all i 120V A The AShoI PMOEcc vinced that these prices naver before known Itichmond ii F LRICEARNOLDSuccessors I The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY probably destroyed theseasoiis changing performance application turnpike probably Kingston LehrWilliains Comedy Company thermometer Saturday Deatherage thermome terV White- Hall iuoiithV Newbyborn brilliantly Plymouth Saturday formerly Richmond Indianapolis building liroiiston Lexington conflagrations Hcndiiclcson Wallnceton cultivated Plymouth Chairman Excelsior Education handsome Lexington overwhelming equality Winchester December Withersppon president popular andallWinchester introduced Lexington Douglas neighboring newspapernot applicatlooot iimfjfft Richmond Sttyvili nowdMi1 tJQ suffering Thirtyfive destroyed guestsV merchants ofmercy supplied deserving authorities dangerous perished Volunteers Chicago Twentyfour bolowMonday registered University government thermometer thermometer eightdaya succession February LehrAVilliatns popular organization thermometer dropped reported correspond yearling Boanerges Llandrino Lexington Thompson University Dcatherage 4yearold Deatherage narrowly scalding overturned newpiariJlor sartooBe-st Evaporated McGarveys McGarvey evening postponed Cottage ontbujldings Particulars millinery millinery complete inspection jan25lm Saturday packago addressed cpateined insurance Express arrarticle specialty increasIng samples Required 3ttBtiftii C1evtQw MbVVVV Mens Enamel iall1tYles 265Jstyles styles styles Proctor Knott Cigar ScUIIng With Pike Owners The Fiscal Court settled with Otter Creek Pikq Company at f per mile for 5 miles 6000 was paid for 5 miles of tho Tares Creek pike tobo measured For Sale I will sell my residence on the Sum mit ata bargain if I can sell during the month of February Will rent house from purchaser fob Mw 5 J D GIAUK Will Announce at The Proper Time Wo are requested to say that at tho proper time Mr PleaF Bl Broad3t8 will announce his candidacy for Sher- Iff subject to the action of tho demo cratic party The Roads Are in Ruts The question of electing a super visor of roads for tho county has not been settled yet Anything it seems would be an improvement over the present system judging by the con 1i tion of our roads i I5AIJUEH PLYMOUTH tuCKS A Twenty years a breeder of this one j variety stock bettor than ever before Roosters from E B Thompson New York Eggs 1C to 1 setting 100 MRS M F ABUUOKLE Silver Crook Madison Co Ky febi53rnV Jerked by Justice For driving Devoros tranfer wagon over Sam Thornton Andy Jones was fined 25 to be paid by lodgement in the county jail As tho weather is so cold and money scarce Andy takes to the warm jail like a duck to daugh pile Located In Richmond lIon H D Poynter brother ot Ap pellate Judge Paynterhas located in Richmond Mr Paynter Is counsel for the CtimberlandTalley division of the L N R R Mr Paynter and family are located at the Henderson House Disease Breeders Tho order to fill up stagnant pools and ponds in the city comes at a time when nature is covering such sins with her charitable mantel of snow But dont let that freeze up your memory but abate these nuisances befor warm weather Report of Treasurer oi The City The report of City Treasurer R B Turley for the year 1893 shows that the city has lived withinits income and has balance on hand This does not however mean that the iiv is out of debt for that is underStod to be in the neighborhood of 10000 A Question of Endurance After several days experience with tho temperature below zero one gets BO accustomed to it that when the mercury rises to the freezing point he thinks it time to put on summer underwear In which event the undertakers will supplya wooden overcoat Hello Ford Tim Winchester Ford and Rich mond Telephone Cooxpauy filed articles incorporation with tho Secretary of State af Frankfort Monday The capi taUs SCO David Prewitt Is the prin cipal incorporator aud the main office of the company is to be located at pine Grove Wibchester Sun jrDr Dunn Appointed TJio City Council conferred upon Dr Morrison Dunn a position upon the Board of Health a vacancy existing by reason of the withdrawal Dr O A Kennedy lately removed to Louisvil1cDr Dniirt recently came hero from Burkesville and Is earning the respect and confidence which his high character and ability in wit Small Pox Scare Subsiding The Nicholasvillo Journal says There are two new cases at tho pest bourn Sarah Baker and the wifo of George Favors both cases of a light term The scare in Nicholasville is passed there being no indications whatever of any cases in town And as the pest house is over two miles away there is no danger to persons coming to town of being exposed The Cily s Provision For The Poof The ipacioua ItyhialI has been tem porarily converted into a rendezvous tot the unfortunates of our city who have no place to keep warm t Mr S S Parkes and Judge 0 H Breck cooperated with tho Mayor and estab lished n free soup house in the rear of the City Hall where iionrlshLng food will be frelydsponse4V Four And Twfcnly IJack girds Frozen cm a Limb The licgister of Friday prints are inarkablo story about thousands of blackbirds having frozen to death in our cemetery where these birds have a habit of roosting in great numbers In seine instances the frozen birds ivore hanging head downward from the limbs of the treed whilst the ground must have bee a covered with thou r nads of th as As blackbird pioVwai ilaiifty eMotih to sot before a King rfey itt MtlA black partrksa ocf7 c 1VC t to Ricet e I It DM whUea Guest r The Ml Wm Hamm the old Union soldier who boasted of the number of Coated erates he had killed during the Civil War died in the county jail last week having been admitted to the placo by Jailer Lackey Hamm not having money to put up at a boarding house He was too III to be removed and died despite the best of medical aid The remains were buried In the Poosey neighborhood Fourth Kentucky keys Cemo Home A number of Estill and MadIson county members of the Fourth Ken tucky Regiment returned home on Sunday and Monday from Anniston Ala having been regularly mustered out honorably discharged The Fourth did hot get Into active service neither did the Second The Third is now in Cuba and the First which was in Porto Rico before the war closed will soon be mustered out in Louisville This Is a Good One On The Army It is a positive treat to listen to tl e remarks of the mombers of the Fonitb Kentucky They are so disgusted with army life in general that one man de clared in our office yesterday that be would not respond to another call if the Cubans wept an ocean of tears and Washington City were afloat therein Said he Talking about volunteerp wIly you couldnt get one of our boys to eat a potato if it was of the Volun teer variety The following is on original song of Commodore J Gordon soupy without single bean Coffee coffee coffee the wont yonve ever seen Meaty meaty meaty without a streak ot sear B ready bready bready and Itnotclean The best smoker the Proctor Knott cigar WE AIM To have our Clothing the best that can bemade forIII Our Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats ar- eReady = to= Wear VEKOOATS at 1250 le of Merchant Tai 2COATSat8QQ received the It in tailoring as the higher 1 of warp and woof is of pure id that can clothes nd as serviceably as D little price Same ich larger Mitchell FRONT Wrole His Own Epilaph Let no man write my epitaph Rob ert Emmett Unlike the immortal Irish patriot Jas W Garrison who passed to his re ward last Tuesday will rest beneath a monument on which be inscribed these words He earned his bread by the sweat of his brow Several months ago the deceased who was in declining health gave or ders to a local firm for a headstone on which the aboye line together with the image of a man driving a team of horses was carved Mr Garrison was about CO years of age brotherinlaw of Mr G D Portwood this county at whose home he died Chenaull is Sanguine of Success The lIon John B Chenault who Is a candidate for Auditor of Kentucky subject to the action of the State Democratic Convention was in Louisville yesterday and spent the day at SeeN bachs says Mondays Dispatch Mr Chenault has just finished a tour of the First and Second Congressional districts and says that be is confident he will ba nominated for Auditor Said he TIme Democratic party will achieve a big victory in Kentucky this fall I believe oyen the most sanguine Republican leaders admit this Everywhere I have been I have ob served a confidence on tho part of our party workers whIch betokens success The party is In pretty good shape in the First and Second districts Speak- Ing of the time and place for holding the State Convention Mr Chenault said be had absolutely no preTerencp as to these matters The Stale Central Committee would settle them and its action would bo satisfactory to him no mutter what it mightbe Mr Chen null said the Dispatch was grealy Admired by the country people through out the State and that ho wished it that high degree of success which it deserves Paul Perry of Columbus Ga sot fered agony for thiity years and then cured his Piles using De Wilts Witch Hazel Salve It heals injuries DouglasEdwin Hogan has assumed the duties of General Headmaster of the Lake Erie J Western New and Valmbfe medicinal agencies are combined in Dr Bells PineTar Haney It advances a new theory in the treatment of coughs colds lung and bronchial troubles It giV4S immediattvreliof to toD uraptive E E Anderson lisa been appointed General Freight and Passetigcr Agent of the Georgia Alabama succeeding A Pope Dont irltate yourlung8witha stub jborn cough a pleamwt anti effec tive remedy may b4 md Coeeeeus HoneyMof Tar Price 25e sad 60c For BRleliy PerryThc3RiV fifell 2t T dtch people tliitik Mceotivlctsj from Eddyville are ranking that city their headquarters Are you restless at flight and barns sed by a bad UM CoujweVs honey of Tar it will secure fOil eoand sleep and offect a JJtmdcure Price 25 cents aU llMlteall wle by Perry Thoasas 5 Executive officiate of the c5 Mgo Omaba lines will Nethiweek to clip cuSs the advisabIlityet taking oCthe faat trahinnow ruui tsaha UllAlTlli rURWI itlti IH J Jrhurcf 11C I 0 i I I jY 18s9 Busy Store gQ Sends Greetings to their many Friends and Patrons wishing them a happy and prosperous New Year for 1899 The great Mercantile Corporation THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CO have made specialarrangements with the manufacturers with whom they do business to make prices for them ng the year 1899 and they can promise their customers many rareibargains in all lines carried by them during the year UNDERSELLjCASHut Look out for our announcements in the local papers and circulars They will always 1 contain something to interest you and our LOW CASH PRICES will save you money Our first offerings for the New Year will be nice t yard wide Bleached Cotton no dressing 4c yard Hope Bleached Cotton Londsdale finish EC yard Green Ticket Jondll ale Bleached Cotton 6c yard fruit of the loom Bleached Cotton Gc yard Maouvillo Bleached Cotton 6c yard best 104 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting 15c yard good 104 Unbleached Sheeting 12eyanl good yardwide Cotton 3c yard nice Sea Island yardwide Brown Cotton 4c yard j AAA Trion Mills Brown Cotton 4jc yard We are Showing Some Beautiful Percalles at 5 Cents We have just placed on sale the largest line of Hamburgs Laces and Embroidery ever shown in the citv This line contains all time new timings in Nansook Embroideries Jaconet Embroideries Swiss Embroideries match sets of all kinds hand and machine made Laces of all kinds Our buyers liars made a specialty of this line antI nothing has been left undone make this depart ment one of the most important factors in our immense business We wish to call your attention to the fact that nIl prices named on Bleached Cottons and all domestic are Iithiscan got extremely low prices on them fj We are showing some special good timings in Table Linens and quoting special prices on them for a short time If interested ask to see this line when you come in fj We re for tie Topsf U of Hosiery Ask to see nem when you in All winter goods have felt the keen edge of our steel and prices havebeen madeIwinter Boots and Shoes Overcoats and Clothing Blankets and Comforts Flan wI Have Jt Unloaa Q The latest things Wash Goods of all will be by season You dont to go the larger cities to buy what you want will year 1899 stock not surpassed nor equaled in any the larger cities Give us call Satisfy going elsewhere And again wishing you prosperous New and thanking for past patronage are very STERLING GEORGETOWN VTO Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets druggists refund money if it failrt o cure 26c The genuine has L B Q on each tablet nov9Cm Fordsvillo has three telephone lines and more corning when spring weather strikes the little city Coughed 25 Years I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hundreds of dollars witi doctors aud for medicine to no avail until I used Dr Bells PineTarHoney This remedy makes weak lungs stronp It has saved my ifeJ B III Last months collections at the Clover postofllce were the largest In towns historythe amout being 29951 If You Are Restless and can not sleep at night a dose of Dr Bells PjneTnrHonoy will give you natural and refreshing sleep It checks a cough at oncti and cures a cold In night It beftls the throat chest and lungs cure la grippe permanently does stupefy is harm less Children love Old people like It Good druggists sell it Price 25 centsV It All the early wheat in the toms in Breckinridge county is well but time grain sowed late in the fall is in bad condition Faults of digestion cause disorders of the liver and the whole system be comes deranged Herbine perfects the process of and assimilation and thus makes pure blood Price 50 cents For sale by Perry Thomas eb52t Everything is ready for the of the State Y1 C A convention at Henderson the 16th to19th Frequently accidents Occur in the household cause burns cuts and bruise For use in such cases Ballards Snow Liulment has many years been the coniltant favorite family remedy Price 25tv For sale Perry Thomas iebloSt Capt Baker of Palestine Hancock k county has purchased a farm in Ballard county Whoa any part of the body Isnt doing the work that nature intended ft to do it puts the whole iiystein of tune out of Sickness in one part of the body Is to run into all parts of the bedy elf II dren stand a row of fcrfcfcji Oft end they knock the whole row IWfl by upset ting one brick That is exactly what happens to health wIle time teifptoper function i1Jthebad for tho kidneysbail tho atom ach It holds in th Iftftdy poisonous matter and b caM eanaot go any placed else it geto M bls blood Time blood carries it ot Ute avitem- Tbat makes sluggWM sithk had breath anti foul tss Jk mouths tills with allal ettoo- cdwibdyllelehll1gd hithes- toml causes MM T bJieart burn stud headache Ybu MW avoid all such trouble4ot J rj Hweea PJeaa ant Pellets cure coMtiMttoa and its at tenl83LAriiIlli21 cets M seI fe DrJt v pleroe usjethtsiI drilitfl Is s pnh I 011 The w Bee Cash t d to 01 r t1 act- Oa s2s VA 9c D ne 91 c m show Year Frank Sherwood was down toWn to day the first time since he had his tussle wi h cholera morbus He says he drove thirty miles after ho was taken and never came so near flying in his life After this when he goes out in the country he will take a bottlo of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy with him Missouri byPerryManley the twelveyearold son ofT A Duke the well known farmer of Trenton was drowned in a pond while PI and oainc Complaints ITiee 25 Cental Sold by Perry kThomas Successors to W G White The Southern hiss secured control of the Northern Alabama thus securlnga direct tine between Birmgham and Memphis These are dangerous times the health Croup throat troll bits lead rapidlyto Consumption AT bottle of Cough Cure used at the right time will preserve life health and n large of money Pleasant to take children like it Doug last Wells Somerset wants a brass band and new department In a recent letter from Washington D C to an old friend Major G A Studer for twenty years United States Consul Singapore says While at Des Moines I became acquainted with a liniment known ns Chamberlains Pain Balm which I found excellent against rhQnmatism as well against soreness of tIme throat and chest driv lug me much easier breathing 1 had a touch of pneumonia early this week and two applications freely applied to throat and chest relieved mo of It at onco I would not be Avithout it for anythingV For sale l y lerry Thomas febllm Paducahs long distance telephone Hues are o be extended well into Sontn ern Illinoise Tabbsrsuckeye Pile Ointment is no panacea but is recommended for Piles IIiesoIt will cure Price 50 cents 10 Imttles Tuba5VFor mUlo by Perry JThomas feJlpf An old convict nanied Smith was killed at the EJdyville prison by a fall on tbe ico TIme 3T8i r Wav- Commeniis itself toitJia well informed to what was rnan nor and disagreeably aa well To cleanse tile systtfin amid break up colds headaches fevers Without uu pheasant after effects UFO delightful liquid laxative remedy Syrup of Figs Made by ICalirprpla Fig Syrup The plant to connect Stfchtnoud and Leslngloii by an olectnc roail Ts again lgin2 Every itkCare AKJSlHJterdr pubhistmsr igri cultural Ioriiat amiil Act verliorEklen Mo 1fQ oao will be dieiipoist eel in u4iic Ow Minus Cs Cars iLa 11 to klk- to lr Customers are not limited as to the quantity of alltwant a We will offer good calicoes at 3c American indigo IJS DJatIies Our line of Embroideries will certainly en I tertain you for an hour or two Call antI see them t VpIt Our great line of Carpets Mattings Licolemns Oilcloths Rugs Lace Curtrins and Oil Shades was never more complete We have no carried over goods in these It patternsthat is a death blow to all competition Call and inspect this line before you purchase 4 We have just received a new lot of American Lady and Featherbone Corsets These are the most comforta Ible fitting corsetashown to the trade Try one We have some special good timings in Ladies Jack eta and left that we aro closing out at justone half the original price If Interested call and see them Agenh come cold on winter goodsbefore5Loa aVvct Tas in kinds shown us in have We during the a of a yourselves before a you we respectfully WeD OLDIIAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT AND All Grantsbun port the rest one not it sowed bot looking digestion meeting ior by large out harmony When for Stomach HjrrrliwKIi t0 skatingVnELfEFcurtSath for lire su dOple MhtlYliiltletrectunly the Co agilptedV LaGrijfjxtiSagatttppfueinic yE fCt f- orjjVVV Advance Advertisement J m i T WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK Next week BSFXadies Fleecedlined Hose worth 20cts for Bargainsthispanes The Maine Commission Co Dry Goods Notions and other articles ReV A member the name when Iii doubt t THose MBIfiHEN Manager fICon MAIN AND CIIEAPSIDE nov23ly RICHMOND KY To insure a happy new year keep the liver clear and the body vigorous by using De Wilts Little Early Risers the ftunous little pills for constipation and liver troubles Douglas Wells Dvortner Wolley who tiled in Trim blo county was formerly of Lexington Children who ere troubled with Worms are palo in the face fretful by spells restless in sleep have blue around their eyes bad dreams variable appetite and pick tIm nose Whites Cream Vermifuge will kill and expel these parasites Price 25c For sale by Perry Thomas feb52t Mrs Emma F Tyler formerly of Pa- ducah died at at Jonesboro Ark PIHlftfC U BAN 0 L cures II 54II5b t Cuts Burns Bruises Rheumatism end Sores Price 25 cents Sold by Perry Thorns rucccssora to W Q White The Colorado Southern has had soy onty one consecutive days of snow and storm between COQIO and Iadvile Chambcrluias Cough Krmrdy Alirajs Prcvrs Flfrctual Tharciaro no better medicines oil the haveIfailed and in every instance it proved effectual Almost dally we hear the yirtuesof Chamberlains remedies ex emIIgood faith ia the hope that sufTerlng humanity aaay try these remedies and like the writer beneflitted Prom the ilcnvjlkWVa Pathfinder For sue by Perry fc Tlwmas febilm The Mexican Central has just ordered nearly 500 freight cars froin the 1u ted State fetterVSMVtRbeisM mtJEce Tho intense lIcking aad BoarUn Jaci allayedbySIdJ1Qin eDt Tery bad sases have bean permanently cunja It It ia cqioaHy dBctoat for rk jitM sad fiiTonte remedy for IItQ nipples hnppcdtaud CbIIb1aiIif frost bitcg eon ejw skprbo4 hl aM hstah IMKt aai To wrI Mi MtIT BANK REPORTS IDEPOUT OF TIlE CONDITION OF TUE atRIchmondclose of business February t 189- 9RESOURCES 53Overdrafts 00Stocks tOther rent esta and s SQDue ft 1IcgDue35 fti 81 Checks and other cash items 2661 31Fract1onnLawfulSpecie 5807050V1067000Redemption5 per cent of circulation 4503 00 TOtaLVVV 128321 LMnIUTIESV 1000000Surplusexpenses andVtaxes paid VVVVVVVV 670545 National Bank notes outstanding 83935 Due to other National Banks 423 JO Due to State Banks and Bankers 340 18V4CapUa1Total283Z103STATE OP KENTUCKY dlIbank do solemnly swear that the above stateV tment is true to tho best of my knowledge And isubscribed l dayS f February 1S99 B B UCESAM PublictoKBECT A fNJ S COLLINS 4V TAXES 1 This will bayour last noticeV for 1893 taxes All taxes due from real estate will be ad 9- 1tigileviedpoll tax not paid at once will be garnisheed wherever it t ilwill be possible to do soV j4V r 0 dant1 I H Rp4VBIfC9LYEt jjjVTV Do cUI i V1V U w LWwr ticr 0j 0 Prints haws tJwo h cJ a at nrpflS4ht WantedAn Idea Wbocitththk r=Protect tdeaa tby bring wealth Writ JOHN WEDOKKBDKK CO Patent JWtor Myg WMhlntWa B Co for their offer and un ot to huadreJ taTtntton wanted HII BH nl Time Table No 83 Taking Effect Mon day May 2 1S93 1st Class 2d Clasa BUT BOCSD No1 No 3 No 9 EzSanExSaoEzSan AM PM AM Versailles 10 22 861 6 30 Nicholasvllle 1101 735 48 Valley View 6 8 03 a 20 Million U 8 13 8 60 lUchmond 11 63 8 30 9 15 P M Union 1113 1000 Moberler 12 16 10 05 Bmssfield 12 30 10 25 Panola 121S 10 40 Irrine 105 asm No r i1 o io WIST isonsu lErSan ExSnn ExSan ErBun AM PM PM AM IrHne 2 tO 1165 Panola 2 25 i 05 rsfie1d 230 20 Mobirley 2 U 145 Union 247 Klonmona 05 3 15 2 15 Million 20 3 30 3 00 Valle View 8 31 3 45 325 1choIav111e 58 4 10 4 30 Versailles 760 5 Q BID A C PM p p All trains connect with LonUrllle Southern trains to and from Louisville Alt trains onniCt with C N O tT P traIns to and from CincInnati J W ROCK Train Dltpacher W n ADAMS Superintendent WantedAn idea S =Protect your Idesi thel Tn1 you wesltb- WrUe W1DDE1tnUR CO Pten Attor C for their 1O offer toys Ret orht10b Inycatioul 6iDR CALDWELLSIU B CURES INDIGESTION rr nKfor iiti Ri1w YI In Effect December 5 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm nm pm pm 2 00 6 It Lye Uiohmond Ar lllO 721 2M 7 W Winchester 11 42 6 IK 45 Maysvllle 830 40 9M Parta S 40 l6 17 18 Georgetown 7 50 4 7 10 28 Ar Frankfoit Lye 7 00 34 Ask for tIckets via ParisJNEWTON G PA h niBb aai Dliio Kailmj Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WESTBOUND Jit Steeling and Lexington Accom 8 65 am BMtorn Express Our Louisville 7 am Morchead and Lexington Accomnon 3 00pm New York Llmltod F F Vp n 4 50 pta EAST BOUND Iilajtton and Jlorehead Accom 9 15 am New York Limited F F VitM am and lit Sterling Accom 30 pm WaehJngton EXtlresp 23 pn Accommodation trains run daily except Sun day Other trains run daily Through sleeping and dining car service to New York- lvr information rates or sleeper reservation tall on or write K HOOD Agent LNBy Richmond Ky or QBOBGE W BAKNEY D A C O Ry Lexington Ky EASIER THAN EVER The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans has made it Easier Than Ever to reach all points In Arkansas Texas Mexico Arizona and California The nlendid train service with which the Illinois Centrals Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled Limited is equipped makes it Easier Than flyer to take a trip to the above mentioned is the only line which runs Free Beclinlng Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South also a weekly Pullman Tourist Cat for California Lve Louisville every ThursdayP 25pm Arr tlempblsFrldIlYS ISain- AIT New Orleans FrIday7 45pm Lye NewOrleanIFrIdayS I0pm Arr Houston SlIturday8 45am Arr San Antonio Saturday4 45pm Arr Elpaso Sunday J 45pm Arr Los Angeles onday9 20pm- Arr San Francisco Tuesday5 15pm Tlu iffte Titltr Rest Cilifonia Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to com municate with B II Fowler Traveling Passen ger Agent Louisville Ky Wit ALFOBD KELLOXD A Q P tA II HAKSOS O P A Louisville Ky Chicago III dec29ly i SOUTHERN RftllWfty IN KENTUCKY Schedule in effect Dec 18 1808 rruouKix No LNo 5 1L- v Louisville 74lam 330pm 745pm hr Ar 907pmlarencebgitT VwaIllec laifiam 617pm 1009pm Ar Lwtlnltton IIamG4 pm 10Z3pm WBBTUonKn 2 Na 4 Lv Loxinton7iam 425pm 515am Ar Versailles1xim 4i2pm r37 Ar Larenccbgfazn 515pm U5am Ar t4helbyvilie0lam 005pm Caiam Ar Louisville laiOam 7J5pm 765am Trains Nos 126 and 0 carry Free Observa tion Chair Cars between Louuvlllo and Lex ington EASTBOUND WMTUOUKD- NoTjlS iNoTllTi BTATIONS No71aNa 33ipmi 41sflIlv Ixmlnvll Ar 735pmia40am AVipci 1IIr6mAr LarncbreAr 51Cpm 810am oIID 1042am ArllarodttbgAr 4 2lpmI 720am 700pmllorIam Ar DurRliL Lv 415pm 710am uwn oiiNDWEST Omu No 15tNoCT BTATIOS8 No l0NoGf 7ESpmrpmpm14OpmIItOamIAr EASTUOUND WESTBOUND tNo fHNa 51 STATIONS HNo Ito 2 740um 330pm Lv LouUvil Ar ia 0om 735101 C4SpmlLII2am3OOpm10EiImIAr No L NO 3 iv STATIONSI 740am 743pm Ar iai5am lo3Ipm Ar 70Cpm am 115pArAr jacichunvillO9OOam-Ar Chattanooga W pm 6JSam looamlIt5OamAr Ar New Orleans i 8SOaml Sflam Train No Clnwnnca Florida t Havana 1uUmaaUoeou nod Jacksonville connects at Lexlng ton or Cluittanotca with Pullman Sleeping Qr AUIRmf jttrccn Lsxfngton nod Rome cto curs cle gant roacbeti Train Np 3 carries Pullman Sleeping car be Iltrmnghamton JackRonvllln via Asheville and Saran nah ulEO via Ctntlanooca and Atlanta No clinnjfo Free Chair can Lexington to Chatta toNewIlyesceptSundayIt PTA JFs1AONldVlOU lCWArviaOPAw 1t1n1u j tt L RYf lf 1r TIE EIQEUBCB W SHOP OF HSS is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the CALIFORNIA FIG Srsup Co only and we wish to hupress upon all the importance of purchasing tho true and original remedy As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the CALIFOJOTA FIG Smut Co only a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other par- tIes Tho high standing of the CALI roBXiA FIG Sritur Co with the medi cal profession and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy It is far in advance of all other laxatives as it acts on the kidneys liver and bowels without irritating or weaken ing them and it does not gripe nor nauseate In order to get its beneficial effects please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO 8 AX FBANCI800 OL LOUISVILLE KJ NEW YORK x T JanSly 135E- CONOMISTRANGES Roofing Guttering and General Job Work LAU MZTH i H + + + + + I S F Rock I FOR t omao i5t+ tt tt tS Six of the beat Fire Insurance Com 4 panics in the United State losses paid promptly lnthe Prudent l are offered the f bestlilfe Insurance attainable and on ithe most approved plans In Accident Insurance we riye the best will not transact business with irreapon f aible companies ei261 Second Street t UpStaIrs JJ- e2lj t f+ + Mf ++++++ M ++++++ + + + + + REGROaCOMPLETE 3LISS Xi r he Credoi VUrm lbkcs r Sfrocr FRENCI1 ZOZgiIEDY now TtlMn cfly fran or rtcry Ainrrlcnn la a fnulmnit U po4Ltvrir tnnrantreil to cure io nioxt rmnpllcatrrt citso of Nervous UeUllly or aslBS ItitnC It neb powerfully and iiutctly- SW JIaa PhynlralJy IVrfrrt b the rull- 11Irr iVitD Y nn men will re- In tlilr liwt nuinboot ail 011 lIon will record Ir yontiful vigor tnvoniles anil restores to it n4 yir all sufferers from Seminal Weak ell Jnipoleocy Varlexxlc SiicrmattotJica iliily Knl sturK Lost Drain and Jla cular Tower ak Umorr VakrOilnsM Hvil nrcsnw Desjxjn Lark of CoiifWencc arl nil elTccti of tell fir srsrial rsreat ami lr llcrttlon wlilch nnCU le inr ljtwlats stuily or sunni It EU IE itO e1 t010 io tli j root of disease tliat Is why cures ItIQ yr ilwt Srrrc Tonic In the worM 1 t wlir It etvei Visor rpil Artlocnnilrutorcs o Hre of Youih It Ii a marvelous mood lirlrljattewhy t PlnU Glow rotors Lack to r nIo rrrlui InrUl ui on ha vine Eli HNE ItO la becuiTlnl In tcX iwctU By mall B1PO per t six fiT 3Oi We cliiccfully rrTund cm flJ six hostS tIn not erect a euro rcuon free AMresslho American OEco c- C15rM V inpirin C25 Columbus Lv i NEW YORK For nle In RIchmond by Perry r Thomas Druggists septll- lyWheeler Wilson Sewing Machine Rotary Mottofi at Ball Bearings For sale by Dewey Music Co Ejch mood Ky UEO W RILBY Of Shelbyville Ky Recomraemda Wrights Celery Capsules Shelbyville Kr JMay 26 96 To Wright Medical OCOL 0 Gente I have purchased fc box of Wriehta Celery Cipsulea framGNMiddeltop druggist and them for Sqtr acl1rorJ d Liver and Coa- iatl1rd found that they gave se ire inedtnte relief very time 1 tliiikitan- txc1kat reaaedy Youni vay try Jr Df Btrts Ttiir Gfcncft Seee Extraordinary Hen Iff Tie Climax The Cusrtx wonta five lrinre4 new subscribers by thefust of tken w year In order to roach tiua eno1 some ex traordinary inducern t8 will be made Until further uotice the JlowiJtgi t be offered to sabscribws The CLIMAX aadThe Weekly Loiiisville Dispatch 125 The CLIMAX and the Rome and Farm 130 The CLIMAX and either the Cosmopolitan Munseys or McClures Magazine 200 The CLIMAX and the Louisville daily evening post 3The Richmond CLIMAX and Twiceaweelc CourierJour nal both for one year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 150 The CLIMAX anl OhioFarm 100The CLIMAX can also furnish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates RICHMOND CLIMAX Coy Ed Briton As papers often appropriate to themselves names which often designate something of which the public is not very well acquainted The word Cli max meting in Greek n scale or ladder in Latin to step stride to leap or to climb Our Climax ia designated by the appellation Richmond Climax It has been stepping and climbing to the top ever since its founding I give now an acrostic on the name in poetical lines Richmond Climax bo true to the meaning of the name Be unflinching for the right increase your fame In every just cause be true in this life Never engage in vicious strife Count home friends and country dear Be true to God and self and never fear Hold to the teachings and precepts of its goo- dTrustin God and bu mau brotherhood Mold public sentiment by your power and might Strive to teach men to live and do- right- Onward farward march boyour battle cry- Never waver or falters always try Never quail or waver in lifes great battle Teach men to live not like dumb driven cattle Dare to do right ever dare to be true Patience will carry you through Climax as the name means upward climb Seek the nobl just right and sub lime Live upright and noble strive to do right Help to make earth beautiful and bright In deeds of kindness try to excel Thy to scatter sunshine darkness expoll Make your name a blessing in the darkness ever withstand landi fail to be a light and guide news for the public to pro Xenodocby ever to strangers perform Strive public morals to reform Horrible agony is caused by Piles Burns and Skin Diseases These are immediately relieved and quickly cured by De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Beware of worthless Imitations Doug las Wells r ir ur WHAT THE FARMERS WANT I NEED Editor Climax Allow me to inform you that I am nothing but a farmer was bom on a farm was brought up a farmer and am still a farmer I state the above facts to show you that I have been through the Political Mill now represented by the McKinley Republican party and the socalled Cleveland Democracy Therefore I have learned at the school of experience which is always lasting trueWe now lived over half a century under this awful misrule until now the farmer is beginning fast to learn that there is nothing in store for him from these miserable representa lives of the principles left us as a sacred inheritance of every true man who has descended from those who were tracked through the snows of the Revolution anti are now beginning to look about to see if anything can be done to overthrow these usurpers of the true prin ciples of American independence known as the Constitution ot these United States Will you allow me to ask what is the matter And may I be allowed to an swer the question The laws as enacted by those kid glove usurpers at Washington have all been against the great industry farm ing and is the most effectual bankrupt law that could have been passed to say nothing of others Now as I rep A vivacious woman fun can frequently speak in more elo quent language than any known tot ithe tongue I man Jt can- etti invite of repel sigh or smile be meek or Ihaughty tear a passion to humrIt can also tell the story of health A woman who suiTere from weakness and disease in a woma- nJyqyllits in sorrowv and dejection while her healthy sisters She naturallyattractiveabd witty but the demon of HLhealth is gnawing at the very vitals of her womanly nature and she soon becomes withered wall flower in comparison with her brighter and more ballh sisters Dr Piercea Favorite Prescription is a wonderful medicine for women who suffer in this way It importantcirgauhood It tows and builds ap UK shattered nerves It restore the glow of health to i the pallid cheek It gives spriifwew and trip to the carriage It make the eyes sparkle withrtuniIngvivaeity It impart tmi to mien and gestures The fan that 1ou lay lisjlcss and idle in the lap eloqaenlanguageThousands of Women have testifed to the marvelous Merits of this wonderful edlcine For xrenl jrtar suffered wfti mrabpciw of the uterus writes Miss A Lee Scimtar of Box Rodney Jdfcrxon Co SHOJtrfamofly physician truted me for kidney troupe Hd bt the I grew worK fUld WOIteXy bOdy m emdtedh- ands cad dumey aad col stomach with great psldtotioa of the heart I woeki ofSrr with natoe all night I began taking jraar Favorite ITMcripUon and I began to im prove rigM awy taken three bottle sykpytis4thaIi petITIIItfJIIII efwI3n r fc nFi i rmmfll IThalcougD J IIIIyield it is too deep I seated It may wear j iif I pneumonia or a seri I- ous throat affection- i 1 You needsomethin I jIjup the body r I SCOTTS I I EMULSiON j cvcrythingI 1 I about it It no strengthens builds up and 1 makes the body strong and healthy not only to throws off this hard cough but to J againstI f run down or emaciatedyoul i should I nourishing food medicine j- S and fzoo IJraKElsJ X SCOTT d OWNE Chemists New Y- orkIvIftHftftli41 T Im resent tIme farmer I will only in my feeble way try to show this side What is the law that caused nfl this mischief It is tile infamous Bank Act which remarkable tp say prescribes the only industry tOtlio farmer Then what has it done 1 It has built ip all monopolies combines and all kind of trusts throughout our land ind has made millionaires in this land Js this all f No not onehalf It has corrupted the morals of our people and made more men avaricious It has caused more suicides of both men and zwomen Is this all No the whole machinery of the government has gotten wrong the cart has gotten before the horse Wall Street is now running the government and this has been clearly tX mplifledby cvjcry socalled panic we have hail to go through for the last thirty years t Who eats cheap bread andall the products of the earth The millionaire who can anti doescontrol tim prIces lJf nearlyevery product of the Farm and can any day reduce prices to suit these kid glove usurpers our law makers- Brother farmers just stop where you are awl look at matters as they are Set aside party and Iet us as a unit go for 1I0 man who is not forrc form and that man we know cannot be bought by any ring or corporation Just herelet rag tell you that good men do not often seek office and will not have one unless forced upon them The way to get them is to get together your best men and let them select the man wbom you can trusLbutbo sure to keep out the warY politician who is at nil times on the lojpkdut and ready to throw a bomb into your plans Thoy are all over this country and are on tIme alert They are self seekers or are employed by corporations to do their dirty worktindto keep you enslaved Wo hold the powerof State if we will only use It The great question is shall we as farincrsj sit1lmlt any longer or consent to be hewers of wood and drawers of water for these non workers Be free men and have laws that are fair and equal to all Can thts be done Yes Now there is the question for each one to answer Just go for men who are in dead earnest for reform We should hayo inscribed upon our banner tI Down with the King the National Banking Law Just for a moment none of theso great million aires trusts monopolies or combines woe ever heard of before this law went into effect Brother farmers yhat we want at Washington now is a General Jackson In conclusion allow me to say It you that lam no politician and have experienced what In my feeble way have tried to bring before yoUr minds The true issue faShnll Money or tin People Rule 1 FINE NEEDLE WORK Please write to mc if you wish fo any line offine needle work I am s cripple from childhood and have be coma very proficient and my eged mother and mysejf are dependent on this the only thing I can do AB i sample I will send any of the followirii articles on receipt ofoncthird the prip named Large center piece or six dollies In drawn embroidered or thE Very fashionable rennnisancelaco for 1X0 Ladies handkerchief or collar very fine rennasanceV75 cents orin fants christening robe all white em broidered 3 Jlus A Clarke lOliL Ewing aventie Cbiiago Ill ir LITER AII r NOTES The question of handling Uie wire and gas water and drainage pipes ill great cities and even In towns is be doming with each year one ol greate importance A prize was offered te the engineers of the United States bJ The Cosmopolitan Magazine for thE ablest article suggesting a scientific economical solution of tbfroblem The paper of Henry F Bryant lisa beer selected by the committee as the on most ably meeting the conditions Iappears in the February OoeniODoiitan aonie Ploys and Their Actore Without Prejudice ia now depart inentln The Cosmopolitan The name of the contributors are not given bu in the staff are embraced the majorit of the loadfngjCrltics1 of the country jn cladinp David Belasco Itis interest ing to note that in theee days oi compc tition in the magazine Seld the edition of The Cosmoppjitan have gone froh three h11ndre4 thouodt Fehrnary 1898 to three hundred asd fifty tlioaE and in February oUfife ymr The rtl=k a w w- 1i1fol-i i jrJ li Yi f0j row by James M Hart TiieyBTCond plate is of California Poppies TJitjre Igan exceedingly interesting article with 21 illustrations on the work at he Kit Lit Club The practical arti cles are on JaptieQ Carving Drawing for Process Engraving Landscape tainting Animal Painting Plow r Painting Plaster Casting Wood Cari ng and Embroidery For the Ceramic Decorator there are number of charming designs and articles on The Art ot Mineral 1amtJng How to Obtain ft High Glaze Russian Enamels and Bonbon niere Decorations For thc Iri tenor Decorator there are two very effective arrangements for bedrooms rind for ii childrens playroom and an trtiple on the use of carpeta and rugs Che ioie Book and the Collector give as usual all the latest news and hap lenihgs inthe world of Art 35 cents J W Van Oost Publisher 23 Union Square New York Y County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday Hiulimond Madison county first Monday Lexington Fayette county second Monday Stanford Lincoln county second Monday QeorgotowntScptt county third Mon day Danville Bpylb countythird Monday Kichblasville Jessamine county third ilonday Winchester Clark countv fourth Monday Versailles woodford county fourth Monday Coughing injures and Inflames sore lungs One Minute Cough Cure loosens the cold allays coughing and heals quickly The best euro for children Douglas Wells GREAT MlSSINf t ORD CONTEST A yi r 1i The Climax pile a HewlPlaln to IIs Subscrib ers Who take The ConstmiHonMri bination Offer OPPORTUNITY OF TIlE SEASON We takepleasure in announcing a missing word problem to our subscribers in connection with The Weekly Constitution of Atlanta Ga This is the sentence I was immediately conscious of Ijn efl iitii his produced oi his w4ccom mions It is taken from a charming living southern author and is offered to test the knowledge of our people of their own writers Tho missing word is a plain everyday English word not a compound word not a proper name and is used in its ordinary acceptation The prize to be given will be 10 per cent of all the subscriptions received froni contestants by The Constitution Atlanta Ga It will be paid by The Atlanta Constitution That paper has paid on missing word contents alone nearly lOlO in cash prizes To one party Mri M L Btittain was given a1 check for 1033 CO for one successful guess otEere have recdfvjed large sums ranging from 585 to over 300 on simi lar propositions This contest is to ruri until April 1 1S99 at which time the results will be promptly and properly announced Evers Jsri fwlib feakes advan tage oT oUrclubbiiig offec with The Constitution macnter fils own word to fill the Hank in the sentence It mustbegient usaLthe thnq of tie subscription eo we may forward it together with hIS order for The Con stitution It is a plain fair plan and wo feel sure that many will be interest ed and will hunt up the word or take a shot at it Tho subscription orders un der this combination offer must be sent directly to this office and not to The Constitution We will forward everything ourselves CLIMAX Pro Co HAIARIA HOLLOW Dec 1808 DEAR DOKTlm This is the first chanct i her lied since 1 got spliced to martha spring house tu rite tu you Wail bein married is aunts so fur but Im powerful fPaid martha es agoin to be kinder gelous not thet i hov givin her any cause but you noitheta whul lot itv doktors hev gelous wives an n doktor with a golous wire is u gud deal like a feller that es settin on a hot stove and tannin his selfe tn keep hum gettin burnt his feal t3aydoegets married sunhin aliens happens since i got Spliced times fiev got awf hard Say doe im haligin nroungmy office powerful klose now yu no this es the time ol the ear that the ngunts kum an have samples uv drugs and wurkin the agunt fur them es a durn sit cheaper than buyin them say doc i luck ed agin me n fu days after me an martha got spliced hur ole dad fel down an broke hex Jeg uv korse i kant charge him any thing now fur settin it kauso lies marthas dad i dont see why lie kud not fall down an brake it a fu days suner doe im much- obligetu yu fur the sln er sent me uv Mis Venus Milo fur nxveddiupres unto The darn express man what brung it must hey the arms orE an tliruii th mnway fur they wur broke orf in i kudent find them in the box say doc who is this Miss Venus Milo does she live in ynr town say but she must ben great rid 1Iartl1 made imubbardanputonliurfur korso marthn dont no nuthia bout art wal doc I wish you a merry krlsmas an a happ nu ear Your estcerain friend DR M T HEAD M D GETTING READY Every expectant mother lisa a trying ordeal to fate If she does not l get ready for it there is no tolling what may happen Childbirth is lull- Qflcerlamttes il Naturss not givea proper aaastance Mothers Friend la the best help yoa can xwu at this time It is a nitncnfaudwbea regularly zp piled several inoiJtiis before baby comes it makes tho ad tent easy and ntorly pain less It relieves said prevents morning sickness rcJaxea the bve tnuned tsiis cbs reliqyea tho disteiided feeling shorten labor makes recovery rapid and cer tain nithputany d gen us aftereffects Watbers fH n4 is gOOd fo only one purpose vizi to icikrc jootbwhood of danger imtLjAb Ont dollar pec battle at all fcnis stores II lent bS express On receipt W Fans BOOKS i Ts ItMk lalonn UOB for wemop wiU bs M lmsag IIIIfappJt1ItL Mc 0 ii It fillp1 1 i tti lsLit i UiHiliI1W II AM 88 YEARS OLD d never raea any remedy equal to OK Eell1 PlneTar Honey It gives quick and pertnaxmentrslief In grip aa wen as congns and colds It makm weak Icon Btronj Mis It A UetcaUe Fednab XZ 4 Ring out tho old Ring in the asw Sing cat tho ialM 2inglnthetr- ueWegtoyouthenewandtrnefrorsthe piney forests qf Norway DR BELLS PineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Battles Only 25c 50o and 100 SIzM BE SURE YOU GET Dr liiis FiRiTarNtMy For sale by Perry Thomas successors to W G White u1hrn Mutud Inv stm nt Dm 1 ny Of exingtonj Kentucky Life Insurance Reversed We Pay While You LivetOId Line Companies Pay When You Die Which do You Prefer STATEMENTJANUARY 1899i LIVING BENEFITS PAID JANUARY 1899 Namc Address Cost Paid Walter Tally Burgin Ky 43 roo 103 12 J6sKnierLohIiIlolCy 41 50 97 75 Amelia Borgel Lonisyille Kr I J 4260 74 35 Rev E D Gray Georgetown Ky 38 50 40 72 DrSH Stevenson Chicago 111 42 50 10043 Cat b erulo Y ang riisvihie Ky I 37 50 87 19 Joseph PeteislouisslileKy 41 50 9775v Dr I H Welch Harrodsburg Ky 4150 Oi 75 Ella Jones Lexington Ky 40 50 95 03 Eliza Castle Versailles Ky 38 50 89 SO Emery Hikes Louisville Ky 40 50 95 08 Geo D Robertson Lexington Ky 37 50 87 19 Mrs AlIieJ Taylor Lexington Ky 30 50 84 58 Geo D Robertson Lexington Ky y 3450 79 43 A 0 Sendler Louisville Ky 4050 9508 Geo D Robertson Lexington Ky o 3450 79 46 L A M Grief Louisville Ky 39 O 9241 It ArnspiRer Lexington Ky 39 50 92 44 Capt H A Welsh Nicholasville Ky 35 50 82 00 J D Purcell LexinRton Ky 39 50 92 44 J H Baker Lexington 25 50 55 97 R ArnspiRCr Lexington t 33 60 89 80 Lou Kanatzer Lexington 38 50 89 80 Dr G W7 Beelor Louisville 38 50 Go 45 A W Kratzer Lexington 3750 87 19 W T Baker Louisville 33 50 78 00- L U Milward estate Lexington 37 50 87 19 Mrs J I Bright Lexington i 30 50 81 58 A C Goode Lexington 60 8i 58- if 30 Jenny Murphy Lexington i 36 50 84 58 A E Taylor Oakdalo Term 35 60 8200 Perry Crosthwaite Lexington SV 35 60 82 00 J B Qnisenberry Danville v V jM 50J 79 43 Dr II P Cox Harrodsburg 34 60 7943 RF Johnson Baltimore Md 2750 61 85 Ross Harrington Falmouth 33 50 77 06 William Long Lexington 32 74 32 Lillie Gngle Louisville 32 50 7432 Eli Strider Lexington 30 50 48 80 Lou Spalding Louisville 25 50 60 97 C A Culver Lexington s 28 60 0132 j J V Appleton Lexington 27 50 61 85 Jos H Power 32nj J M John Skain Lexington V 2650 59 41 j Ernest Hudson Lexington 2850 64 32 Anderson Butler N Middletown 27 50 61 85 Susan Brown Lexington 24 50 54 55 Mrs Emma Haum Lexington 23 50 52 04 Miss Annie B Ford Lexington J i 1950 42 47I W H Ford Lexington Lexington j tr 23 60 52 1 W H Ford Lexington 23 52 04 William Holmes Lexington 22 50 49 76I J S Chrisnian Danville 22 50 49 76 Clara B Btanwood San Francisco Cal 2250 4976 Margaret G Hutchison Lexington 21 50 47 38 J D Purcell Lexington t 21 50 47 33 Mrs Maggie Burke Junction City 1 V 20 50 45 02 Kate Strawder N Middletown v 1950 42 47I Miss Lfzzle KeatinK Macon Ga r I 17 50 33 03 John M Rees Louisville 0 V 18 60 40 34 DrRUCassadyLaGrange H18W 4034 OS Williams Bnrgin T i 17 50 38 03 WJPotept Harrodsburg j 17 3803 Kate S Brown Lexington 0X 1750 3803 Fred Close Jr Cincinnati O r J8 50 40 MI Savage Bros Black Mountain N O V VGO 38 3 Harry McCarty Nicbolasville V 1650 35 74 Skooknm Gulch Pool Lexington if 17 50 3803- vSkookum Gulch Pool Lexington iiU i 17 so 3803 Skooknm Gulch Pool Lexington 1750 3803- iVtySkookum Gulch Pool Lexington i 17 60 3333- Geo W Nuckols Lexington i i 1750 3803 Milton Johnson Mayaville VSv 17 50 38 03 John R Allen Lexington vjVVi i i 1150 31 17 J Alex Chiles Lexington r 1ti V 15 50 V 33 45 W W Quinn Nicholasvllle rv iryv 15 50 83 45 Col R C Morgan Lexington fR 1450 8I 17 G W Fitzgeraia Georgetown S 4h 15 50 3345 JVCpSeyYosemite f 140 3117 J II Baker Lexington 4iJ 15 50 13 45 Newport News Syndicate Newport News Va 550 33 45 ew Syndicate Newport New Va STBOV 33 45 ewprtown8yndicatelawportNewsV 1550 3345 v 1450 fWPemoedLexlngton t b 3217 F jtonjxingtOn 14 oo 3117- ELDenharti onisviHo I i 1332 2902 MEPattqBNIcliolasvHle h 14 60 3117 P II Norton Jtton 1400 3117 Alice P Arnold Richmond it H50 3t17 Abram Stowers Covlngton f r jgi 2225 SR Warren Lexington H t tW fj 11 60 2447 IJrnennine Louln lle + Ii 12 50 26 69 JSV1iitcRIIhmolld f 13 60 v 29 02 Total v v jl I t 2409 0 1543822 ProfitOver Cost ill I2J873 Class b b FFOB PULL INFORMATION ABDEESS A SMITH BOiVMAL 1 f ld8jrJI m5tiu1ze LeIkiuIsI1 r wt L t 1t h Q